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MONDAY MORNING, APBIL 32, 1867.
To Cor ressoude at s.
Wo are continually receiving communications on
olitical and other matters fcjor poisons who do
r.ot attach their proper names to ti i articles sen*;
and we take this occasion of repeating that nothing
can be published in Tue Daily News without
being indorsed by sume responsible individual.
CLARK'S INDE1.IULF. PENCIL, a very convenient
article tor marking linen, can be had at B. Dosu
r.n's News Emporium in Hasel street, near the
New Iulsu Potatoes.?We bail the pleasure, a
few days :igo, of tasting some choice specimens of
these tnborous esculents, as prepared in the well
appointed cuisine of Messrs. \\ hite &, Mixer. The
potatoes were from the form of Mr. K.nox, in Christ
Personal.?Among the distinguished arrivals at
the Mills House, yesto.day, are the Hon. T. B.
Pettie. Mayor of Newark, N. J.
Generals Porteb and Babcock, of Gen. Grant's
staff; also, Judge J. L. Wabdlaw, of South Caro
Acknowledgment. ?We aro indebted to Mr.
Wm. DeLacey, of the Mills House News Stand, for
copies of the Doston Flagg, New York Scienlyic
American, aud the New York Times. Mr. DeLa
cet has copies of tho latest periodicals alway? on
hand, among which aro Be'Cs Life, a celebrated
English sporting journal.
The Court of General Sessions and Common
Pleas begins its sossion for the District
of Charleston, at 10 o'clock this day, his
Honor, Judge Monro, presid;og. We loam
that the Judge, during his stay in the city, will bo
the guo.-t of Col. John E. Cabew, Sheriff ot the
Trial.?A trial of tho Youug America steam fire
engine took pl ico on Saturday afternoon, with the
following gratifying result : From a Bection of
hose fifty feet in length, a stream of water was
sent to the distance of 210 feet 7 inches. Tho noz
zle used was 1 \ inoh bore, and the Young America
Company are confident that they will hold their
own at the approaching contest.
*f The Savannah papers announce tho execution
in that city of Jack Dortch and Moses Bayfteld,
who were convicted of the murder of a pedlar
named Secctnger. The doable execution took
place at 5 Ai M. Saturday morning, and was wit
nessed by numbers who wcro attracted by
curiosity. Ouo of tho prisoners was instantly
killed, but the rope catching, Bayfield was
thrown to the ground. Tho Savannah papers men
tion tho execution in its fullest details, but asserts
that it was the first double execution that had
ever occurred in Georgia. As the oditor of tbo
Republican has his sanctum at tho jail, hu had an
excellent opportunity to make a sensational item.
G ra ntt evil le Factobi.?At tho annual mooting
of tho Stocldiolders of the GranitoviUe Manufac
turing Company, held on the 18th, the following
gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing
Directors?X?. L. Trenholm, Charleston; Ja.s. P.
Bovce, Greenville; Wm. Gregg, Jr., Aikeu; A. B.
Davidson, Charlotte; H. H. Hickman, Augusta;
H. R. Banks, Sr., Charleston; Ephiaim Tweedy,
The moeting- was quite large, and the report of
the President and Treasurer very satisfactory to
Mayor's Conn r, April 19.?A man with an Ital
h ian or Spanish name-, who stabbed another in tho
back by way of celebrating Good Friday, was
handed over to a magistrate to be properly dealt
A white boy was fined $2 for throwing bricks in
the btrect, and another was locked up for a day for
saluting the eais of genteel people with profane
April 20.?A person, who punched a colored
woman with an umbrella, was fined $5 for hurting
A very dirty black boy, who helped himself to a
money drawer, was directed to pay a visit to a
A Noble and Delicate Act.?The Edgefield Ad
Tho New York Mutual Insurance Company, after
incurring expenses of $500 on a marble bust of
Mrs. Pickens, bave sont it to cx-Governor Pickens,
free of all charges whatever. This bust, which,
with one of the Governor himself, was executed in
Borne, by an American artist of great d.sti notion,
reached New York soon after the breaking out of
the war; and was received by tho officers of the
said Insurance Company, and kept privately in
their rooms, No. Cl Williain street, throughout
the course of the struggle.
This act proves that there are high-tonod and
true gentlemen in every section of our country,
- notwithstanding tho general illiberohty and nar
row feehng engendered by tho late barbarous war;
and vre oio much pleased to chronicle it.
Nor can we refrain from t -mmenting upon tho
rare beauty and artistic value of the bust in ques
tion. Tho original, lovely "as that first woman
whose beauty mado Eden glad," is here delineated
in tho purest "Parian statue-stone." It is a work
of art of which sofluess and loveliucss aro the
striking characteristics. Tho figure is exceeding
ly delicate and graceful ; the outline is finely
varied in the different views ; while the softness
of the form, tho character of the face, and the ad
justment of tho hair, aro classically beautiful.
The Battery.?The visitors to this fashionable
promenade were favored on Saturday afternoon by
a concert from tho Gtli Band, and it was currently
reported that this was but tho prelude to simil ir
performances during the season. The music stand
has been moved to tho left side of the Meeting
street entrance, and has been considerably im
proved by the workmen until it has become almost
an ornament, and when occupied by tho Band will
be the centre of attraction. Tho work on tbo Bat
tery is still progressing, although it can hardly bo
completed before summer, but tho improvements
already effected have restored a great portion of
tho ante bellum look, and when the walkp aro
/ mended and tho seats and fences repaired the
promenade will bo in a finished condition. The
Street Railway Company have laid the foundation
of their office to tho right of the music stand, and
from tho oncrgy always displayed by their con
tractors wo may expect to see it completed in a
short time. It will bo a small but tasty building,
and will bo mi ornament to the grounds. With tho
two additional attractions?music and tho cars?
the Battery will be more popular than it was during
last summer, and tho accommodations offered
to visitors will induce many to patronize it who
wcro formerly prevented by the distance and the
heat of the weather.
The Palmetto Steam Etre Engine.?The Pal
motto Firo Company received b> the Moneka on
last Saturday, their new steam engine, which had
been ordered from the North some time since.
It was instantly taken in chnrge by tho commit too
appointed and carried to the oaginc house in Anson
street, where it was visited by numbers of enthusi
astic firemen, who were anxious to inspect tho ucw
comer. From the criticism;' of the knowing, we
can confidently say that the Palmetto Company
havo obtained a superior machine, and ono that
in their hands will be made to confer credit on the
The engine was built at the Amoskoag Manufac
turing Works, Manchester, New Bampjhiro, and is
of the same pattern as those now in the Depart
ment, but is far mon; elaborately ornamented, and
has several improvements that will add to its effi
cacy. The boilers are covered with princes metal
nml brass bands, and with the exception of the
platform of the air chamber, the entire engine is
covered with brass work. There arc four lanterns
on different parts of the machine, and one large
globe lamp surmounting the air chamber, bearing
on its side the name of the company and its motto
" Noli me tanyre." The engine is compl?te in
even* detail, and has fifty feet of Strong india rub
ber suction hose ; the pumps are double, font
inches in diameter ; tho cylinder six and seven
eight inches, and it has an eight inch stroke.
The entire weight of the engine for tire duly is
about 5800 pounds, which is extremely light when
the quantity of metal Ufod in the construction is
considered. By an addition to tho front the engine
can be moved either by l and or horso power, a
great improvement on those now in use. The cost
of the engine was $1050, and the manufacturers
have guaranteed that she will be all that the Com
pany expect Tuesday has been appointed ns th^
time to test her spouting qualities, and see what
chance the Company will have at the approaching
School at St. Stphexs' Chapel.?Wo direct al
. .teutiou.to au advertisement under the ' Education
al" head, of the school to bo oponcd next week at
St. Stephens' Chanel, Alison street. The princi
pals. Rev. Mr. Phillips and Mr. .T. P. Klkxck,
arc both experienced teachers, and offer a raro
opportunity to parents desirous of giving their
children a thorough business education. Special
attention will be paid to modern language, arith
metic and hook keeping. A lady associated with
them, will tako charge of the young lady pupils.
We hope the seh 1 will meet with the success its
proprietors so eminently merit.
Aid for hie South.?The Monumental City has
not tired, in her devotion to the suffering aud
starving South. The Baltimore Sun, of Friday
montions contributions that have been received
consist ing of corn, bacon, Hour and money, and
also states that the Steamer Fulcou, will lake 3000
bushels of corn, and 10,000 pounds of bacon to
Charleston, and the Schooner Fannie A. Bailey,
will sail tor this city with 10.000 bushels of corn
and oU.?oo pounds of bacn. The United States
ship Bvu'cJ, has been placed at the disposal of the
Commissioners aud will soon leave with a cargo
for Mobilo, Ala.
The New Columbia Hose Carriage ?A speciul
meeting of the New York Firemen's Association,
was held last evening, says the New York Herald
of the 18th, at their headquarters. Sixth Ave nue,
Yice-President Lewis J. Parker in the chair. The
Committee on the New Hos'j Carriage for the fire
men of Columbia, South Carolina, reported that
they had built a carriage similar in stylo to that
lost on the steamship Andaiusia. and that it was
now in the hands of the painters. They contem
plated baring the same finished by the lstof June,
when it will bo forwarded to Columbia by f tcamer.
The Committee also reported that by the destruc
tion of the former carriage by fire at sea they lost
nearly $1500, which amount will bo raised by sub
scription by the mcmbors.
The Uxit.uu.vx Church.?A largo audience as
sembled at the Unitarian Church last night to hoar
X memorial sermon on those members of tho con
gregation who died* during the late war. Tho Sub
ject was tho Immortality of the Soul. The pastor
of the church, Rev. T. Fiust Smith, took his text
trom Lukevi: 24. "He is not hero but risen,'* and
?^welt upon the immortality of the soul, and re
ferred to the naturo of death, ne alluded to the
bravo soldiers who were interred in tho church
yiord, and compared the struggle in which they
lost their lives to tho warfare of the Christian.
The discourse showed a scholarly mind and a deep
thinker, with not unfroqucntly considerable origi
nality both ot thought and expression. The stylo
was chaste and of a lii^h literary finish, and do
livery pleasant. The audience listened with breath
less attention and increasing interest to tho entire
of this eloquent sermon.
The chancel and pulpit were tastcfuby decorated
with roses, immortelles and evergreens. Tho ser
vices wore altogether highly impressive.
The Holidays.?Tho Church at Easter presents
herself to the devout worshipper in her most at
tractive garb. Not only is tho event celebrated,
the resurrection of tho Saviour, in itsolf cause
of gladness, but the joy is keightoi cd by the fact
that Easter is the close of Lent, a long season of
mourning. The festival moreover coincides with
the approach of Spring, and thus all naturo joins
in the joyous burst of the Easter Anthem. All
the representatives of the Christian Church, that
reverence anything of traditional form, observe
Easter as a day specially set apart to holy joy. The
Churches arc finely adorned, and the service, par
ticularly the music, is characterized by a pervad
ing tone of gladness. Tbo Catholic, the Episco
pal, and ovou the Lutheran Church, all obaorvo
tho Easter holidays.
It was our piivilego yesterday to attend service
at Gnce Church, and not wishing to bo charged
with partiality, wo shall only say that tho decora
tions of evergreens and natural and artificial
flowers were beautiful, a::d arranged with taste,
and gave full proof of tho long and unwearied labor
of love that planted them thero. The service was
very impressive, and the music, both instrumental
and vocal, remarkably good. Wo were specially
pleased with the Easter Anthom.
St. Luke's., located in a loss fashionable quarter,
and, therefore, not uinch visited by any but the
regular members of the congregation, wa9 very
Tho music at St. John's Chapel, (Catholic) Queen
otceet, yesterday was unwontcdly grand, and per
haps beyond anything of the kind ever witnessed
in Charleston ; the United States Gth Infantry
Band having abbiatcd in the pcrft>iuuuiue. "
On Christmas we have tho holy day and the holi
day combined; the latter, in England and this
country at least largely predominating. Easter
Sunday is always hold sacred, but aj some secular
merri.nont seems to bo demanded at such a joyous
season, Iho Church has centuries ago appointed a
second day, Easter Monday, for the enjoyment of
her children. In many parts of Cal holic Europe,
tho vernal festival is celebrated on this day : and
rural games and pastimes of every descript ion arc
joined in with zest by young and old. Throughout
Germany, Eastor Monday is celebrated as a holi
day ; and its observance is ouo of the institutions
of Fatherland, transplanted by tho emigrant to
every part of tho globe.
Our advertising columns to-dr>.y, show that the
Germans of Charleston, in this respect, are not
behind their compatriots in the unified mother
co ontry beyond the sea. The Sunday School of tho
German Evangelical Lutheran Church, numbering
about 350 childron, will have a picnic to-day at
tho Schutzenplatz, under the direction of the
Superintendent, Mr. A. J. Hoffmas. Trams will
leave tho Northeastern depot at a few minutes
past 7 A. M., and at 1$ P. M., aud will bring the
picnicers back again about dark.
The Turnverein have an entertainment at their
hall this evening, which, wo feel assured, will bo
numerously attcuded, and be kept up till early
The S?ngerbund also will give a similar enter
tainment this evening at their hall, cornor King
and Liberty streets, aud represent Lcnore, a tine
drama in three acts, by A. vox Holtei.
There will bo two German balls, ono at Schro
der's, comer King and Line streets, and the other
at the Gorman Engine Hcusc in Chalmers street.
Our Irish friends also have a ball on hand, to be
given this evening at the Hibernian Hall, under
the auspices of tho St. Patrick s Beuovolent Socic
ty, whore wo havo no doubt they will have a jolly
To the Editor of ?ie Charleston Baity News:
Sin: I noticed in your paper of the 13th
instant, two persons were brought beforo the
United States District Court for selling lottery
tickets without an United States license, and not
stamping the tickets as required by the revenue
laws. 1 wish, through the columns of your valua
ble paper, to inform my friends aud the public that
I am in no way connected with tho business upon
which tho abovo persons were arrested. The only
legalized lotteries in the Unilcd State? arc the
Kentucky and Missouri Stato Lotteries, under the
management of Murray, Eddy & Co. and Franck,
Monnis & Co., and the Georgia Stato Lottery for
the benefit of the widows and orphans and to erect
and endow an institution to be called the "Masonic
Orphans' Home,-' to be free to tho orphan children
of Masons tliroughout the United States. I have
been appointed agent for this lottery by tho prin
cipal managor, Col. W. W. Boyd, of Atlanta, Gn..
Deputy Grand Master of tho Grand Lodge of
Georgia. I am also agent for the Kentucky State
Lotten-, under an United Slateo License, aud have
paid my ducs. I made application at the last ses
sion of the State Legislature for license law,
aud had framed a Bill, which, under the pressure
of o:her business, lies over for further action ai
the next session. I am also paring monthly dues
to the city.
By publishing the above you will much oblige,
yours respectfully, II. T. PETERS.
No. 00 Hasel street.
Marsuen's Pectoral Baiji for Asthma and < "ii
DOWIF. A: MOlSE. Agents.
GOODRICH, WLNEMAN & CO.. Agents.
Opening of Spring Styles at titk Emporium
of Fashion, No. 371 Kuno Street.?Mrs. S. .1.
CoTCUETT invites tho intention of tho (?die? of
Charleston and vicinity to her stock of Millincn .
Fancy Goods, Dross Trimmings, Patterns, A.c.,
opening ihis day, which comprises all the lalcsl
styles aud at the most reasonable prices.
If von want cheap Blank Books;
If yon want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, i'n
per, Sc.; e. Millers' Almanac.;
If you ant Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, orAccOiUit
Books made to ordor, with any desired pattern cl
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, No. 59 Bread street.
Auction Sales This Day.
.1. & \V. Kxox will sell this day, at their sales room,
No. 138 Meeting etrrcot, opposite Pavilion Hotel, utlO
o'clock, ilry goods, Ht raw goods, &c.
AV. Y. Lkitch & It, S. Biirrss, will soil this day, at 12
o'clock, on Kerb's Wharf, for Risley & Cbeighton,
!i classes and sugar; also, damaged peas ou account of
underwriters and all concerned.
A. H. Ana vhams k *os? will sell thiH day, at their sales
room. No. 35 Hnyue street, at 10 o'clock, lot clothing,
mosquito nettiug, dry goods, ic.
Thin j Yenrs'Experience of an Ohl Nurse.
Mils. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP is tho prescrip
tion of one of the best female physicians aud uurscs in
the Cuited States, and lias been used for thirty years with
nevcr-failin;; safety aud success, by millious of mothers
lor their children. It relieves the child from pain,
cures dysentery and diarrkrea, griping in the bowels,
and wind colic. By giving health to tho child, it rests
Be sure and call for
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having tht; fac $imik of "Curtis j: Perkins," or the
outside wrapper. All oth rs are bnso imitations.
bor sale by DOWIE k MOISE. NO. 151 Meeting street,
opposite the Charlesloti TIo?ol.
April 22 stuth3
The best Dyspeptic. Bitters now in use aro Panknin's
Hepatic Bitter*. They never fail to give relief. Try a
bottle, and be convinced. For sale by aU Druggists.
Give Nature a Lift.
PEOPLE EXrECT TOO MUCH OF NATURE. THEY
trifle with their health and their constitutions, and then
arc surprised that they fall sick,
The pr?3.iure of constant mental or bodily labor, upon
the animal powers, is tromendous. Vory few systems
and constitutions can bear up against this pressure uu
assisted. Add te this the unhealthy influences which
lurk unseen in the air wo breathe, the water wo drink,
the lassitude produced at this seasou by the change from
the rigor oi Winter to tho warmth of Spring, and it would
seem to require almost suporhuman vigor to keep iu per
fect health without reinforcing the physical en orgies.
But how reinforce them ? Certainly not with adultera
ted stimulants. There is no poison in tho outer air, or
iu tho atmosphere of furnace-heated rooms, or work
shop?, or factories, so pernicious as those deadly-burning
Why use them, when
HOSTET I ERS STOMACH BETTERS,
a vegetable tonic without ulloy, are everywhere ob'ain
ahleV Nothins has ever been offered to tho feeble and
debilitated ho harmless in its uaturc, so powerful in its
invigorating effects, as this celebrated
STOMACHIC AND ALTERATIVE.
In the army and the uavy, in new settlements, and in
crowded cities, by old and young, rich and poor, it is
used as a
PROTECTIVE AND RESTORATIVE MEDICINE,
with most gratifying results. 6 April 22
Free to F very body.
A Large G pp. Circular, giving information of tho
irroatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may bocome beautilnl, the
despised nr.pcetcd. and the forsaken lo\ ed.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
address, and roceivo a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
Know thy Destiny.
Madame E. F. Thornton, the ercat English Asrrolo
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has aston
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo
cated herself at Hudson. N. Y. Madame Thornton pos
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the single or married of either sex. While in a state
of trance, she delineates the very features of tho person
yon are to n> :: y, and by the aid of au instrument of in
tense powei, aiiowu as the Psychomotropc, guarantees to
produce a '.ic-Uko picture of the future husband or wile
of the ur;:Mcant, together with date of marriage, position
in life, leading trails of character, kc. This is no hum
bug, us thousand of testimonials can assert. She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and stating place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
aud stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture and desired information by return mail.
Ail eominiiuicatioim sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence, Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 223,
Hudson, N. Y. ly March 30
Ilcudquurlprs, Second Military District, \
Chablestok, S. C April 18th, 1867. )
[Special Obdeiis, No. 21.]
I. It havinc become apparent that justice to frccdmen
cannot b> obtained iu the civil courts within the military
post of Aiken, S. C, consisting of EdgcQcld and Barn
well Districts, a Provost Court is hereby established at
the post of Aiken, S. C, to consist of 1st Lieu tenant Wil
liam Stone, 45th U. S. Infantry, presiding, together with
jm u~ v. r..,tifcn.?. sni h. Cavalry, and a.
RAMMT, Fiq.. of Edgefield District. S. C.. associates.
IL The court >hall have jurisdiction of any case to
which a person of color is a parly, except murder, arson
and rapt?. Sentences imposing fines exceeding one hun
dred (*100) dollars, or imprisonment exceeding two
mouths, will not bo executed until approved at these
Headquarters. Tho court will carefully obsorve the re
quireiuouls of G. O. 10, current scries, from these Head
III. The provost court may upon application of any
person of cold", sued or prosecuted in any civil court iu
Edgefield or Harn well District, order the transfer of such
case to tho provost court.
IV. The proceedings of tho court iu oach case, will be
forwarded to tho post commander for rovisiou and appro
val; appeals to these Headquarters f?om Ihe decision of
the post commander will not be considered unless ac
companied by pnutcd arguments of thr paities or their
V. The compensation of the civilian Judge or Judges
will be four dollars a day; 1 2 court may employ a clerk
at n compensai ion, not exceeding three dollars a day and
purchase stationary. AH the expense of the court must
be paid out of the funds accruing from tines and costs
paid by parlies tried before it.
VI. At the end of euch mouth a relurn of all fines and
expenditures, with vouchers, will ho made by the court
to the post commander, and by him forwarded to these
VII. So much of General Orders No. 102, Department
of Ihe South, 24. 30, ;W, 49, 55, 5'.?, and 08. Department of
South Carolina, series of 18C5; Gcnoral Orders Noh. 7
and 37, Department of South Carolina, and Circular No.
2, Department of the South, scries of 1SCU, as docs not
conflict with this order, is still in force.
By command of Major-General D. E. Sickles.
J. W. CLOUS,
Cnplain 3?th U. S. Infantry,
A. D. Cm & A. A. A. O.
Official : Alexander Mooi:e, Aid-do-Camp.
April Iii 3
FIRE MD MARLI
MAtBETH & RAM
Corner Fast Kay and Exchange St.,
NEXT OLD POSTOFFICE.
RISKa TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING RELIABLE
CAPITA L AN D ASSETS,
SIX MILLION DOLLARS!
LOSSES VI?0MPTL1 ADJUSTED
Paid in Charleston.
MARYLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, or Baltimore,
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Kaltimorc, Maryland.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
of Baltimore, Maryland.
HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore,
NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of l altimore.
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
YON K EUS AND NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANY.
INSURANCE COMPANY VALLEY OK VIRGINIA,
GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Tallahassee,
ORIENT MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New I'.or':.
.!. llAYE.VE?.aiAt'n ?.TII..D. Ii AY E.\ El,. .Ir.
April l<> wfm2mo
m irnum ?am,
tAMFMVmh AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.$U>,UUO,000 IX GOLD.
(.?15BF.S & CO., Agents,
NO. io AUGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
Deei mbcr T luwflyr
rpUK UNDF.RSIG N KD ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART
1 SEES, and |>n>]?*m to prseticn in the STATIC
COURT* OF LAW AND l.gCITY tor tho Districts oi
liaruv.vll, IVr.uiort and Collel"!i, under the name and
Btyll! of "PAVANT;"
yfjice, lor the present, ai Oll.LISONVIl.LK, South
Caroliua. K. J. DAVANT.
November 23 I'm J.C. DAVANT.
DYER AM SCOUREI?.
No. 8 Orange street.
Gi EN TS* COATS, VESTS AND PANTS, OF AMY
T stuff, dyed, cleaned anil pressed.
A CARD TO THE LABIES.
MKS. C. C PETERS
IS NOW PREPARED TO STAMP OVER FIVE THOU
SAND NEW PATTERNS lor
ESIBBOTDERINO AND BRAIDING
On oven- material, at lier private residence. No. 4 Grorgo
street. * _ _ _April 22
AS I TIAVE THE AGENCY OF GREEN'S DURHAM
TOBACCO 1 am able to offer tin: Home to the trade
at manufacturer's prices. Freight added, in quantities.
April 22 3 _Nu. 302 King street.
POCKET REPEATING LIGHT
BEING APPOINTED SOLE AGENT FOR CHARLES
TON for lb"1 same, can furnish the trade low.
April 22 3 Agent for the Repeal tog Light Co.
ra?l???WES AT LAUGE
A T HALF PRICE. AT HART'S
j\, April 22 BookSloro.
Anatomical Charts, French and
ARE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
Book Store. April 22
P. J. ESNABD,
Commission and Shipping
No. 48 EAST HAY, : : Up Stairs.
April 22 mths3
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to with promptness and dispatch, and at
MODERATE CHARGES, BY
SMITH & McGILLIVRAY,
April 11 Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street.
NO. 108 MAKKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar epupply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM.-.
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1807, Etc.
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
ce> >rated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS lor Home
Am scmcuts, &c.
Al the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS
DAILIES constantly on hand, cud subscriptions re
ceived lor the same.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TEHMH LIBERA'?_Novcmhnr 8
I G E ? BEAM I
SODA WATER ! !
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES!!!
WE HAVE THE PLEASURE OP AJf
NOUNCINO to tie Ladies? nucl GentlcmcD of
Charleston, that we, the uudcrsigncd, have fitted up a
FIRST CLASS ESTABL1SMENT, nt the corner or Meet
ing and Hasel streets, where we will guarantco that you
will lind a superior ipialitv ol ICE CREAM. SODA WA
TER, CONFECTIONERY and CAKES. Hopiug to re
ceive a share of the patronage ot the community, wo arc
Respectfully JOHN OGREN.
W. A. WITUINGTON.
. April 13 lmo
?HE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS
PENSE this agreeable and healthful beverage, at
their wcll-kuown stands. No. 8f. H ASEL STREET, be
tween King and Meeting streets, No. 428 u KING STREET
(Old Piquet G< anl House), and at the head of CENTER
MARKET, northwest corner.
. Druggists and others wishing fo be supplied with
Fi>n?Uins or Syrups, and dealers desiring Fountains
charged, will be accommodai ed upon reasonable
' Steamers, Hotels, Restaurants and private families,
furnished with a superior article of bottled Soda, m quan
tities to suit purchasers.
We are agents for the sale of A. J. Morse k Sou's justly
celebrated Sofia Waler Apparatus, consisting of Genera
tors, rouuiuuia, /ii?.i,iv j^i;iu^iii ntnuux, oni'? immuO
Refngorating Drnuglit. Stands, 'J'uinblcr Holders, and all
apparatus necessary for the manufacture of Soda Water,
at the manufacturers' prices, with freight added.
Dealers in Soda Waler throughout the State, desiring
an apparatus, will do well to e'xamino the merits of
Morse's Apparatus, before purchasing elesewhere.
Description catalogue and price list scut to any address
upou application to JOHN BUCK & CO.. Charleston,
i While appreciating the vory liberal patronage extended
lo us during the past, season, we i-hall strive to merit its
E. H. GARDNER.
April 11 2mo
FOR ALL DISEAS-. TUAT ItEQUIBE A PURGATIVE
use Dr. C. G. GARRISON'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC
Price 25 cents per box.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 211
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and bv
DOW IE <fc MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRUG UOU.SE.
No. 151 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
; April IT) ' inthsC
7 vtFKNDS FURS AND WOOLLENS FROM MOTHS
:_L/ and Millers. Made by HARRIS & CHAPMAN,
Boston. Sold by Druggists verywhero 2 April 111
STEAM GAS PITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUM HING PUOMPTLY AT
l?K?KlJ TO. No. HC KING S.l'uEET,
AUUUst 31 tU twrcii i:r.i:in nn<i jiuvm opoer*.
COMMISS10N_ ME RCH A NT.
SOUTHERN AKT? NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Oflico ol' .John P. Newkirk,
Arol27 REABE-inTJiEET, CORKER IltJIfSOX.
?STAponcy tor ESTONS PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. All Orders sent will bo promptly at . oiled
to. liltlirt- 1 '.-r.'ipl^.r Ik
Gin, ns a Remedial Agent.
f i IN. AS A REMEDIAL ACENT. HAS BEEN IN FA
\X VOR with tho profession for a very long period, but
owiny to the difficulty of obtaiuiug a pure article, it has
fallen into disuse in Ihait) sections of the coiititry, much
to the regret of medical men, who consider it utmost a
specific in very many diseases. For all eases ot Grant,
pure Gin, ht administered under profcMtaua] guidance,
will certainly work h eure: and if lasen as a preventive,
acting, as it does, on the sensitive membranes, il clean* s
the parts so as to remove nil possible sediment. Admin
istcred in the same way, ii will prevent Um formal ion ot
Calculi, and du away with those terrible operation*,
therefore, so nceessary for their permanent removal.
Gin is of incalculable belied! lo telltales in those diseases
so peculiar to the sex, and from its tonic, as well as ils
anodyne properties, it. is frequently superior to iron,
bark, or even the electrical remedies. In eases of a posh
tive tendency to l1ttUtif,ot consumption. Gin. in proper
quantities, by Bujiplyiug or filling up the constant dying
out of the natural dre w the system, will often eniimly
ward oil that awful disease, which carries oif one-eighth
of the populationof iin> United States oniiirallv. Pure
Gin haH this peeuliai advantage over oilier dill'u-ible
sliiuuli. that it exhilarates without ereatitig any thirst ol
an unhealthy eliaraeter, il soothes while it also excites,
aud is a powerful nervine as well as an active Ionic.
"IIININUF.K'S OLD I.ONDO.X DOCK tllS
posseses all the qualities that can be desired for the high,
est and noblest use of all ?ines or liquors. Its ingrv
diontsan lue di-ti!led .ir.iecs r>r .arei'iilly selected v,ra:ns.
made delicately pungent ami tlavwnNM with the aromatic
tun-lure ol the Juurper [lorry. Age has mellowed all
these mingled aromas, ami given an exquisite mildin-s-?
a smooth, oily body?and an almost ilnral odor to the
liquor, which ft nders il di-lirions to the senses, ,,| ?u,eU
and laste alike, while its sparkling llfpl'd purity leaves'
nothing for the eye tu desire.
"The writer must remark Ilia I Messrs, A. .M. Uixinoi a
k Co. merit the gratitude oi l he entire medical proli x
sion, as well as the world al large, Utv haviut! introduced
a stimulant rancliiuiescciMionsblcpurrlj ami iiucqitlvu
?l power, both as a preventive and euralive agcul, and n
harmless exhilarativc beverage/'-^rCAeaiiail Jvinmt ami
tfa'iaif (fasntli. tu I nu-nios January 2P
TA VEI? >-?v!5 KP B!< S'X<m( !5.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL (
March 1. isr- j
4 LL T A VE I ! N - K E BP ! '. 1 :S, A N D PEi?<ONS I.I.IAIL
_/\_ IN?! spirititous liquors, within the city llmils. wlfn
have not executed llteir^^IwtHlsanrtiiikeu ont lh<:pro|K-r
car,is to show thai lliey Iwve tieen*; lo sell, will n-.
ported as not coiu|>l>ing wltlt lli?s law, ain-r Monday, ."nli
Those who havtrvanl* an- hereby nolin?d lo haw the
sanioldacod m u ctiuspieumis |tlace in the window. Ali
tailing to obsn ve this iiotice will also be n-porii.-?l, alter
the aborevuK'UlioLtOil tune. \V. IL s.ul'l U,
March 2 Clerk uf CotUlcil.
Damaged Peas lo be sold for account of l
writers and aU concerned.
BY K ISLE Y & CREIGHTON.
Will bo sold THIS DAY, 22dinst, at Kcrr's Wharf,
01 bas** containing 182 (measured) bushel B. E. and
? bags containing ? (measured) bushels Com.
Damaged on board schooner " S. H. Travors," on her
late voyage from Norfolk to this port.
Terms cosh. W. Y. LEITCH 4 R. S. BRUNS,
April 22 Auctioneers.
Superior Ready Made Clothing.
BY JOHN G. ?HJLIVOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, 23d iust., at 10 o'clock, will bo sold at our
Auction Salosroom, No. l:!3 Meeting street,
AN INVOICE OF SUPERIOR READY MADE
CONSISTING OF :
BLACK CLOTH FROCK, Black Tricot Frock Coats,
Gent's Fancy Cassimcre Coats and Sacks, Cottonadc
Coats, Linen Sacks, Fancy Cassimcre and Oottouadc
Pants, Flannel Sacks, Cassimcre, Tweed and Drill Vests,
Tweed Sacks, Black Farmer's Satin Vests, Blue Jean
Pants, Children's Cassimore Suits, with an invoice of Lry
Conditions cash. April 22
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, ai
No. 80 Kins street, below Broad street.
Offers his services for the sale of MERCHANDISE "?I
luv and night at his store, also for the sole of Stock,
Bouds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce, liest
city references will be given. Consignments aolici cii.
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
Anlcions for Horses, Vehicles and Furniture,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
10 o'clock, as originally established by the subscribers.
Furniture soles at Private Residences promptly attend
ed to at low charges.
SMITH & McGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street,
April 11 3mo South Side near State.
Mules. Waoons and Harness, at Private Side,
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWKS,
No. ">ii Broad Street.
1 WELL-BROKE SOUND YOUNG MULES
2 Fonr-horsi- Wagons
2 sein Harnes?. 2 April 22
DRY GOODS, ETC.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY INFORM
th. i r friends and customers that they are now re
ceiving ?hoir STOCK OF SPRING GOODS, all of which
have been selected with caro and at the lowest prices,
and which we now offer at a very small advance above
cost. Our motto brine, Quick Sales and Small Profits,
wc would respectfully solicit our friouds and customers
tn call aud examine our Slock beforo purchasing. Par
ticular pains' taken in showing Goods. Our Stock con
sists in part of
3- 4 LONG CLOTH, 12>? conts
7- 8 Long Cloth. 1G, 17. 18 cents by the piece
4- 4 Long Cloth. 20, 25, 30, 35 cents
0,10 and 11-4 Sheetings
ii, 10 und 11-4 Linon shoetlngs?cheap
Tillow Linons?all prices
Bird Eye Diapers?all prices
Russia Diapers?r.U prices
Scotch Diapers?all prices
Huei. Diapers?all prices
Crash, IJtjf, 20 and 25 cents
Bleached Damask Cloths
8- 4 Bleached Tablo Damask
C-4 and 8-4 llrown Table Damask
Colored Table Damask
Worsted Table and Piano Covers.
GRENADINES AND LENOS
English Bareges?plain and figured
Melanges and Poplins, for Travelling Dresses
Colored French Priuted Organdies
Colored Priuted Jaconet and Lawns
Pr-rcols and Chamhrays
Solid Colored French Cambrics and Lawns
Black Bcrege and Cnipc Maretz
8-1 Clock Borage, for shawls
6-1 Black Grenadine
I Hack Bombazines, all qualities
Black Xan.is" Cloth
Black ami Colored Silks.
With a variety of other Goods, which will be offered at
low prices, at
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street,
TIANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
JACONET'S. COTTON CAMBRICS
Naimook nnd Mull Muslins
Bishop at.d Victoria Lawns
Pluid and Stripe Swiss
ITaid and sUnpc Cambrics
Plaid and stripe Nainsooks
Muslin Edgings and Insertings
Cambric Edgiugs and Iusertings
Thread Edgings aud Inserlings
Valeucine Edgings and Insertings
Linen Edgings aud Insertings
Maltose Lace Collars, in variety
Swiss aud Cam- rie Collars, in variety
Linen Collars aud Cuffs
lutants' Bodies aud Robes.
Wit I a complete assortment of all other Goods [in the
STOLL, WEBB & CO,
No. 287 King Street.
"?T/EWOUi.D CALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
Tt our slock of HOSIERY, winch we would offer at
much lowi r prices than formerly:
LADIES' WHITE COTTON HOSE
Ladies' Open Work Hoso
Ladies' Black und Slate Hoso
Gents' Half Hoso in Brown and Whito
Missus' White Cotton Hoac in variety
Boy's Half-Hosu in variety.
LAD IE V BLACK, WHITE AND COLORED KID
Ladies' Lislo and Silk Gloves
(tents' Lisle and Silk Gloves
Larc Ibitti?in variety
Ladies' thick Gauntlets
Gents' Burk Gloves
Misses' Lisle and Silk Gloves
Misses' Lace Mitts
With a full assortment of all Goods in our line at low
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 Fing Street.
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
JOHN & IIUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORK.
March r. wlm'26
HAVING TAKEN TBE DRUG STORE No. .10 COM
ING STREET (opposite Bull), would respectfully
invite the attention of the i ommuniiy to his NEW AND
WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT UF DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, CHEMICALS AND PERFUMERY.
Prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded,
April 10 _ _wfm0_
WILLIS & (JHIS0LM,
is, mmm\ umim
SILL P V I N G A G E N T 3.
YT TILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
VV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) oi
COTTON, UICE, LUMBER A NU NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WH ARF, Charleston. S. C,
E. WILLIS.A. R. liUISOLM
General Commission Merchant,
Muiiuljicturcr of Paner,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
M O. 13 7 HE A DE STREET,
Corner Hudson .Street, Now York.
TVEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
1 / ?vcrviliwri] l'un '.or ils tnniiiiiacture.
hco-iblx : l:: ?aso
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.?THE FOLLOWING
cbtnsc of section 1 of-un "Ordiuancc to Raise Sup
plies liir llif ven 18117," is published for the information
l |.(-rsi-iis i-Pinj <.in?1> by sample or otherwise, who are
not rvsiilvblsol this city. All such persons are hereby
notified tu report at ibis office.
"Tint* dollars o.i every huuilrcil dollars of all goods
wild in this city by r?ons uoi rcaiilcnls, by Htunple or
ui leru Mc" " ' W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Counj.il
By authority o.
sitting of this C.
Ridgev?lc, on i
o'clock, M., on T6.
ALL THAT PIECE, 1
buildings thereon, situ?t
the town or Ridgevillo, col
an aero, be the same mo.
northward by the S. G. R. j
and John >'. Cummings' lots,
Thomas W. Stutts'lots, and c.
Conditions?Cash sufficient to pa.
ceodinga, the balance on a credit oi
by bond and personal security, ant,
promises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
Commissioners Office, Colleton District, i
April 15 _
James M. Shell vs. Benjamin Stokes, A.
trator ae bonis non of John Clarke et i
BELL FOB FORECLOSURE AND SALE
By authority of a decretal order in this cause, made
his Honor Chancellor Johnson, at the last I ?bnu.
sitting of this Court, for Colleton District, before th
Court House in Walterboro', on MONDAY, the 6th day
of May next ensuing, at 12 o'clock M.,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND situate
in the District of Colleton, containing six hundred and
twenty-eight acres, more or less; bounded to the north
ward on lands of-Walker, Paul H., and Charles H.
Fripp; to the eastward on lands of-Godfrey and Dr.
Benjamin Phett ; south on lands of the said Dr. Benjamin
Rhoti and Wi'?iam C. Heyward, and to the westward by
lands of said W. C. Heyward and said. Paul H. and
Charles E. Fripp.
Conditions?One-third cash; the balance on a credit of
twolvo months ; titles delivered when the credit portion
of purchase monc shall havo been paid. Purchaser to
pay for papers. B. STOKES,
O. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Colleton District, April 9,1867.
April 16 mth8
?MMOM?T?D BilE PHOSPHATE OF LIME
MANUFACTURED BY W. WBTTELOCK & CO.,
ASUPPLY OF THIS TRULY VALUABLE FERTI
LIZER, just lecolved, and from the wcU estab
lished refutation of the manufacturers, we can confident,
ly recommend it to our friends.
T. J. KERR & CO.,
April 10_wfm6_KERB'S WHARF.
PH NIX GUANO.
ACARGO OF THE ABOVE GUANO HAYING JUST
arrived from McKean's Island, I am prepared to
furnish it to Planters, either for cash at $66 per ton of
2U0O pounds, or $66, payable first November, with inter
est at 7 per cent, approved city acceptance. Pamphlets,
with full directions as to its application, and certificates
of Planters who havo used it, also analysis of Professor
bhepard and others, can be had at my office.
J. N. BOBSON,
March 29 fmwlmo No. 62 East Bay.
AFETLLIZER CONTAINING ALL THE ELEMENTS
of vegetation, and equal to any FERTILIZER ex
PamphletB describing its qualities will be furnished by
21 barrels of the above to close consignment
For sale, at low rates, by
ISAAC E. HEaTZ 4 CO.,
April 18___3_No. 201 East Bay.
LANDING THIS DAY.
ex steamship alliance, from
A A A BARKELS ALLEN k NEEDLES' CELEB RA
t-?\J\J TED AMMONIATED FERTILIZER, proba
bly the last shipment of the season. All unfilled orders
supplied direct from the vessel.
MACBETH 4 BAVENEL,
April 17 Sole Agents.
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAB WHEEL BOXES,
MACBIMSTS* TOOLS (IF ALL HESfiRIPTIOXS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 6mo
office of captain of police, l
CHARLESTON, S. C, April 12, 1867. J
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
tor the benefit of all whom it may concern.
C. B. 8IGWALP,
Captain of Police.
Be il Ordained, That from and after the first day of
January next every person keeping a shop or store, or
engaged la mercantile business in the City of Charles
ton, shall post up, and keep posted up, in some conspi
cuous place, at lus or her business stand or stand--, a
conspicuous Sign Board or Plate, containing hie or her
given name and surname, and, in case of a partnership,
the given name and m mam e of each member of the firm ;
aud every person so offending, or making default herein,
shall forfeit and pay to the City a penalty of fifty dollars
for each and every offence or default, and in addition
thereto a further sum of fifty doUars for each and every
month during which the provisions of this Ordinance
shall retrain not complied with: Provided, however,
That nothing herein contained shall apply to the special
partners of a limited partnership.
Ratified December 2,1851.
Extrr?:t from Ordinance Ratified November 20M, 1806. -
Sec. 6. No cloth awn.ng shall be put up in such a man
ner as to obstruct foot passengers; and no sign-board
shall bo erected otherwise than thirteen fei: from the sur
face of the ground or foot pavement * * *
under a penalty of Twenty Dollars for each and every
day, while any such awning or sign-board, fixed or form
ed otherwise than as herein directed, shall so remain.
* * * * * * .* ' *
Sec. 6. No person or persons whosoever shall, for the
purpose of exposing any goods, commodities, or other
articles for sale, place, or caused to be placed, any such
goods, commodities, or other articles whatsoever, or any
table, bench, stall-board, box, or other appendage, in
any street, lane, alley, or public thoroughlaro, or any
foot.pave.ment within the City, uudcr a penalty ot
Twenty Dollars for each and every such offence, anu for
each and ever}' night or day, as the case may be, on
which,any such offence is committed: Provided, how
cvor. That Vendue Masters shah bo permitted to expose
before their stores such goods and commodities as they
soil at public auction, but not to take up more room than
too front of their respective vendue stores, and to the
distance of six feet beyond tho same.
Sec. 6. No person or persons whosoever, shall suffer
any lire wood, coals, goods, wares, merchandise, car
riages of any description, or any other matter or thing,
to him, her, or them belonging or consigned, to lay or
stand for a longer spaco than four hours, in any street,
lane, alley, or public thoroughfare within tho City, un
der a penalty or Two Dollors, with costs, for eviry hour
that any such article or thing shall so lay or stand be
yond tho abovo mentioned time : excepting materials for
building, iu regard to which tho foJowing regulations
sbaU be observed, namely : When any person or persons
shall erect or repair any house or other building,
upon any street, lane, alley, or open court,
within the city, he, she, or they shall make
application for the use of so much of tho street
or public way as shall not exceed tho front of tho
lot on which such building is to be erected, nor extend
more than six foct into the street ; which space such per
son or persons shall forthwith onclosc with a. sufficient
fence, at least six feet high, iu order to deposit, within the
same the requisite materials for buildiug aud repairing;
aud such fence, together with the remaining material, he,
sbo or they shall rcmovo as soon as the work bo finished,
or whenever the Mayor sbaU rcquiro it, on pain of for
feiting y wo Dollars for every hour that 6uch fence or such
materials shall afterward remain unremoved; and on
pain, also, of having the same removed at his, her, or
their expense, by the City authorities. *. *
commissioners op markets.
ESTIMATES WELL BE RECEIVED FOR BUILDING
a CISTERN Ht tho Upper Wards Market
Proposals to be handed iu on or before the "?0th inst.
E M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
rtreet to No. CHURCH ST HEBT, one door
norm W i'.roao *lr*?'-:. Aueu^i SI
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Eqnity
office No. 9W u5<oad stkekt.
DEVOTED '10 LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, aud MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Cheraw, S. C. Published weekly, by W. L. T. PRINCE
TEiiMs of subscwttion :
One copy one year.t4 00
One copy six mouths. 2 00
One copy three mouths. 1 On
Five copies one year.15 00
HATES of ADVKrtYISINU :
Ouo Square, ten Unes or less, first insertion.$1 59
For each subsequent insertion. 1 no
All Advertisements to Ik* distinctly marked, or they
wiR be published uutii ordered out, and charged accord
Merchants and others advertising by the year, - libe
ral deduction ou the above rate*- will Dc wade,
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DARR & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER. S. C.
Subscription M.00 per annum. To clubs of four
-:i.00 per annum.
Advertisements Inseruyj on liberal terms.
|"S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRV C. H., AT
X S3 per annum, ami, having a large circulation
throvgh all the upper au;l lower Districts of tho State
affords great advantage* to advertisers.
Rates lor advertisiu:; ver? reasonable?for which applv
to our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the Mills House '
THOS. F. R. H. 8BENEKKR. "
November 15 fcaitors ami Mopmcis,
j., at the north
v rtopertysnd appur
lelsting of the several
situate, lying and being in
t. .outh Carolina, amounting In
all jd two hundred and flfty-mno
(425-. less, conveyed to the said Ealmia
Mills ..lover and by Gusts vus Volger, all of
Which i rid tracts of Land are now in possession
of, and c pied by the said Kalmia Mills as the site of
the?* factory, now in course of erection. Together with
all and singular the waters, water privileges, rights,
members, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said
premises, belonging, or in any wise Incident or apper
All the BUILDINGS, MACHINERY, Tools, Implements.
Carts, Bricks. Lumber and Materials, now belonging to
the said Kalmia Mills, on the lands and elsewhere.
: This property is situate immediately on the South
Carolina Railroad, extending from near the Grradtovflle
Depot to within one mile'of the Bath Paper Mill, and
eight miles of the City of Augusta, Georgia, on the
waters of Big Horse Creek. The Cotton Factory (within
one hundred feet of the railroad) is a two story Brick
Building, one hundred and four (104) feet wide by two
hundred and twenty-seven (227) feet long, designed to
contain ten thousand spindles and three hundred and
twenty looms, and is four-nfths completed. There afa
on the land seventy-e?rht neat and conuno^ous cottages
for operative?, completed and in course oi erection; a
first-class Steam Saw Mill in complete working order; a
good Grist Mill; a Carpenter. Shop, with Steam Engine
and Boiler; Planing Machine, Tools, fco.; Blacksmith.
Shop, with c mplotA set of Tools; Machine Shop, with.
Steam Engine and Boiler, Lathe, DriU Press, &c
The mochinory for the Cotton Mid is of the most
modern and improved character, manufactured in Eng
land, embracing ten thousand Spindles, Shafting ana
other appurtenances; also two Turbine Wheels of one'
hundred and sixty horse po .vor each.; also the machinery .>
for a complete Paper Mill, capable of producing ten.
thousand pounds or paper per day.
(A portion of the machinery is .01 the land, a .portion ..
in this city and a portion in England.)
The Pap^rMiU is in process of construction and a con
siderable part completed.
The Water Power for running the Factory, derived
from Big Horse Creek, is ample, extensive and never,
failing, and the dam and other appurtenances are lonx
i There is on the land Sawed Lumber BUfflctexttto com
plete all the buildings.
GLASS, TIN AND HARDWARE for all the' bufidinga
except the Paper Mill The Water Power and all the ac
cessories of this property are suih as to adapt it for ? rat
class Cotton and Paper Factories, - and capitalists are
afforded a rare opportunity for a good investment.
: Terms.?One-third cash; balance payable in six, nine,
and twelve months, ?weured by mortgage of the prem
ises, buildings, &u, o be Insured and policies assigned.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
Further particulars may bo obtained on application to
B. F. EVANS, Esq., at the Mill, or to
WARDLAW b CAREW, Auctioneers,
Corner Brood and State streets, Charleston, S. C.
SS~ Edgefield Advertiser wfll give two insertions and
send account to this office.
April 22 mwflG tul
SHIP CHANDLERY. ETC
HOWE, CEANE & CO,
' No. 151 EAST BAY,
SHIP CHA N D L ERS
AND DEALERS m
RUSSIA BOLT EOPE
MANILLA and TABRED CORDAGE
HEMP and COTTON SAIL DUCK . ^_.
COPPER and YELLOW METAL SHEA THING
LEAD ZINC . '; -
LEAD and ZINC PAINTS -.
OILS, TAB, TALLOW
ANCHORS, CHAINS and BLOCKS of aU descriptions.
also, . i ;
WESTERVELT'S COPPER PAINT.
. AU of which we will aeU at New York Cost Price. - - -
1 April 18 _ s
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
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