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WEDNESDAY MOllNl.NO, ~?Vlilf 2i7l8CT.~
Wo nro continually receiving communications on
p.--'itical ami othur matten) front portions who do
? t attach li.'jir prefer nainou to tl o articles hcu';
nn I wu tako thin ocsasion of repenting (hnl nothing
c.;t lie published in Tin: Daily Nkwh without
lit ing indorsed by Homo ichponsiblo individual.
'?ALVAnv Cnuncn_By a mistake wo loft'out (ho
imam or Samuel YYALKKti, who wa?i elected n voslry-1
man of this church at iho KaHtt r clot lion.
Aid fok Sou in Gsbolwa.?Tho Hchoonor '-'an
Wo A. Jiaitey cleared Bum BaHimoro on Iho 22d
lor Charleston, with a cargo or 10,000 bushels of
corn ami 30,000 pottndil or bacon. . .
Sale op Kalmia Mills,?Kalmia Mills wcro Bold |
yesterday llrOCUinR bj Mods . \Vaiu)law A Cahcw,
Btiliject to morlRngo, for (210,000, which was I
$20,000 moro than the niorlgago called for. Tho
properly was purchased by Mr. II. Couswell ond
others, anil tho Mille will bo worked by a now com
Tudlio Mektinu in Piokess.?On Monday, Iho ]
Vd h but?, a lu gi' meeting was held at Pickens C.
H.t Colonel b. A. Tiiomtbon, odiior of Iho Keoxccc I
Courier, in the Chair. Tho object of Iho meeting
was Iho consideration of (ho condition of tho coun
try. YVo may perhaps revert to thu subject again
at a futum day.
Ice, Ice.?Messrs. Ai.va Gaoe A Co., Iho popu
lar Ico merchants of this city, havo turned a cold
shoulder ou tho community. Out wo nro gratified
to stnto that nn olTunco will lio talton, and tho citi
zens of tho Upper Wnrds appreciate their endeav
ors to koep down tho perspiration, By roforoinio
lo (heir advertisement it will bo seen that not only
tho Neck leo House bnt thoaoon Market and Meet
ing streets nro in full operation and ready lo givo
a cooling lo all comers.
Tite South Carolina Soctt.tt.?This nnoiont and
honorable society celebrated yesterday, its 130th
anniversary, in a splendid dinner, prepared by
Tt'i.LY, at their hull on Meeting street. Tho fol
lowing ofticors wcro olectod for tho ensuing yonr :
Bon. WILLIAM 1?. POUTEIt, Hloward.
Hou. CHAULES MACIIETII, Senior Wordon.
Hon. P. O. OA1LLAHD, Junior Warden.
FRANCIS LANCE, Clerk.
EVAN EDWARDS. Treasurer.
JOHN D. mili.HU, Hill Keeper.
LEE UOWAUD and JAMES A JEBVEY. Constables.
Commlller. on Charity.?Richard Ycadon, A. F.. Miller,
0. H. IoRrahain, Hon., Oeorgo Etnlooh, Jacob Y. Hchlr
xner, Rov. W. IS. Yaten, James Copes.
Etiboopal Elections in Chebaw.?Tho follow
ing waro tho Easter Episcopal olootiona of St.
David's Church, Choraw :
3. QIXLE8PIK. I T. E> POWE.
TV. OODFBEY. I E. ). WADDI1.L.
C. KOLLOOK. J. ^Y. UAUHINOTON.
Q. W. DDVALL.
DELXOATES TO COXVEKTION.
1. E. POWE. I E. J. waudi ll.
TV. OODFUEY. | W. \. DENTON.
At an Heul inn held (his day nt Mount Pleasant,
for Vostrymcu and YYordcus of St. Androw'a
Obureh, Christ Church Parish, tho following
crtnlliMii"" ?? Ailu olj.iio.1
Dr. J. E. DAWflON. I Dr. P. P. DONNEAD.
Dr. E. M. ROYAL. I P. E, PORCHhR.
TXIA8 VENNINO. | U. 8. VENNINO.
l. a. McOAKTS.
F.I>WARD O. 11 all. IFEiiDINAND OREOOIUE.
DELtOATEB TO C0KVEST1ON.
Dr. .I.E. DAYTBON. I Dr. P. P. DON H EAU.
et, james' lioo-.r. cheek csd roil. .
p. O. STONE. * v| I b. u. BAYNABD.
JOHN E. cabbw.' I J. A. TENNENT.
P. J. P01tCitl.lt. W. TENNENT.
U. J. WllAL1.v.
TnrAL op the Palmetto,?Tho now stoain flre j
cngiuo of tlia Piibnetto Company received Us
christening yesterday aftonyxm from tho hands of
tho Company, anil prorod in overy respect, worthy
of their confidence. At her first trial tho spectators
were astonished to sco tho stream of water sent.
distance of 210 feet, and tho Palmetto, boys bave
already visions of a silver cup floating before their
eyes. Under tho mauagomonl of. Mr. Evrlono,
tbo ouglnoer of tho Company, tho now' machine
v ill provo a bold compellter for the prize, as he
reports thai although shu is just from the hands
of her makers sho worked smoothly and easily.
Tnx Charity op Mabelaxd and Virginia_Tim
Bloamship Falcon, Captam Reed, of Messrs. Mob
secai & Co., sjid Coubtenat & Tucnroui'n Ua.iti
moro steamship line, which arrived hero at: a late
hour on Monday night, brought as a part of her
cargo thrco thousand bushels of com and ten thon
sand pounds ofbacon,. Iho larger portion beings,
contribution from the nolilo Ptato of Maryland,
and a part from Jcflorsou county, Virginia, sont to
the destitnto in tho State of South Carolina. This
largo item ot freight waB, with noblo generosity,
brought without chargo for freight, Captain Beeo I
and tho agents cf tho Falcon assisting in every way |
in its transportation.
The Cmr OBtrnnoATEs or Indebtedness.?At
the last Meeting of Council, his Honor .Mayor
Gaillard stated that tho munlitr of city bills in'
circulation was not us large as was currently rt
porlod on the street, and ho furnished tho follow- I
ing calculation to provo this, assertion. As our I
citizens, and especially tax payers, art) interested
lu Uic ouLjottt. ten irivn tho alAlnmant in full
i rrr dills nrcxrvro er cm nuAJtrmra ynou nos.
p. o. smtAMl matjs, bimcc 1st apiux, 1607.
ISsTM of 10 cent bills.. ?225.00 -
Issue of 2? cent hills,-....,.. k.'. 160.00.'\ h :
Issue of eo cent VOa?t-r.^?.. 6Ts.?oi?l,3J0.00
Disuo or SI bills. 0.0O0.0O
Issue of ?2 bills.'.......18.8C0.eO
Tssne of t3 bills.0,000.00
Amount City I)Ills In the .office this day, ?1,
?2, and ?3..'..?201.00
3'racUonal Currency. 62i.CH
Dortlficstcs of lndobtrdneai Issued.?27,018,AD |
CorUflcatcs received for taxes sad redeemed
by City Hills. 10.80AU I
OcrtLOestes out. le.2ufl.t2
?mr.vua's Becobos?Wo linvo had tbo ploasuro
of examining a Parchment Scroll of tho Hope Piro
Company, which has just ornrrged from tho bands
otflilr. Chss. Hioxey, and is now ou exhibition' at
hia storo in tho bend of King stroct. Tho print
ing 1b on vellum and bears tho names of tho first |
ibnnders of tho IIopo Company *. Sauoel TJ. Cau
I xbon, Joseph A. Tiioubon, William L. Doval,
1 Hi;ma J. Bloue, John J. Boiden, 1ieteh C. Moi
Lpkau, Chbistopheb C. Tbdmbo, Henuv M. Nobjus,
|7auxsW. Laaiotte, DavdjH.TOEiiijiux.' The figure
of Hopo leaning on the anoheroccupies tho centre
rof the picou, wbilo over it On either side aro tho
nhiolds, ono bearing tho dale of tho organization
of tho company, October 10, 1S12, and tho other its
in :orporalion in December 10, 1B13. Tho motto
or tbo company, "ne cede malis," and their name
complete (ho picture; hut Uio nt ton I ion is soon I
drawn to tho framo whore Uio gliding of a msstor
hand is rocognized. Tho top of tho framo has
lino representation of a hand, engine, ; whllo I
tho lowor part boars (he n'oao rool,"" and In
tho corners aro Bremen's ball and crossed axes, tho
wholo being boauufiuly glib This Pirchnicnt'.Is
ono of i bo most cherished archives of -tho Hopo
Company, arid they haddploriuhitd that, in preserv
ing it, thoy would also mak6 it ornamontal. A !
glance at Mr, 11 iokev'h window will at orico tts'?
fy that thoir attempt bos boon snccesBfal, and !
Ihoy are now In tho possession of an ornament lo |
thoir hall that would rejolco any firoman'a heart.
Tho Scroll was lately presented lo tho Hojio Com
pany by Mr. Joseph A. 'Tuoubon, ono of tho fonnd
ors, in whoso possession it had boon fur a nurnhor
or yoars and was sarod among soiuo old papers.
St. AIaukh Chdbch' Fajo.?St. Marks Church, ]
corner of Chapel and Elizabeth streets, was origl
Dally bellt for tho congregation 'now worshipjiing I
nt SU Lukes, but upsn the completion of (hoir |
church odillce oorner of Cliarlotfe and EiiaRboih
streoto, tbo former building was ?arieformod Ut a
nowly formed oorigregation of colored pboplo, who
cloeted llev. Mr. Seabbook as thob Bector. I Tboro
is also a select sehool conncelcd with tho parish.
Tonds bolng wanlod for church and school,' not an
nnnanal eontlngcnoy now a days In this poTtof
tho world, tho Bowing Clrclo, composed of mem
bers of tho congregation; idraek npon tho happy
idoa of instituting a Fair. Thby Workod indrutrl
ously for many weeks, and proenrod Horlon's
building in Mooting^ street, oast sido, tiotwoeu
Tincknoy oatl, Hasol,street, for tho purpooo, and
oponcdf \Uc\f ; siaitaa<...gri, Monday evening. Wo
Visited tho Soeno that night, but owing to a press I
pf matter our notice could not bo printed in yes
tcrday's New?. Tho ball, althoughlargo, is not
olhorwieo well adapted for tuch n display; but Uh
contra l e it ml inn, pel haps, nioro than counterbal
ances Hllob disnd vaut i ges,
Tbo ball ia handsomely decorated will? Honors
and ovcigrcoiis, atul Uio tables uro very lastofiilly
arranged, covered with a profusionof arUo'cs, both
useful and oraamonUL' Wo saw n largo number of
persons iu ntlendtuico, composed of tbo mo*t re
spectable olass of our colored citizens, and also n
number of whito gentlemen. Tbo Posloluco ap
peared to <lo n lino business, ami tbo N?da water
fountain bad its sbnro ol ciisiom. Ici? cream ami
strawberries wora in great demand. Lively lilllo
girls flitted about, vory im|H>rtunn(cly inlorroga
tlng all tboy met : "Woul you talio n grub I"
There was piomonniling, flirting, etc.. in short wo
round lbi? colored fair in all respect rcBciublo Iho
many white countoipnrto wo havo seen in our city.
Wo hopo tho members of Iho Sewing Circle will bo
successful in their leudablo efforts, ami rcalizo u
Hum not altogether .li?prtipurlionato io tho pains
they were nt to get up Iho I'nir. Among tho nU
ti actions wo must not forgot u colored baud of
nur ?- , which performed vigorously during tho en
tire of tho o veiling.
Mayoh's Uoubt, April aa.?Henry Taylor, u
youth conticclcd with tho club mentioned ycator
day, who indulge iti tho "grab game," was ar
raigned and convicted, on tho testimony of n lady,
who stated that she was going up King street on
Monday afternoon, mid that seeing thin boy ap
proaching her she mado way for him, so that ho
might take tho inside, and, as he camo nbrenst of
her, bo snntcbed her purso from her band, con
taining sixteen dollars, and ran off with it. After
a long chase, with asHistauco, bhu caught tho buy
and got back tho purse and ?2. Sbo not wishing
to proHocuto, Iho Maj or ordorod Hcnrv to be im
prisoned two weeks.
Samuel Groghnn and Robert WleklcB, two color
ed men, who had carried a vsliso and contents lo
tho bouao of an acquaintance, so as to create some
suspicion on his nrud/and to cause him to notify
tho polico of tbo occurrence, were brought up,
and not boing nblo to account for having il in
possession, they aud tho property wcro turned
over to Lieutenant ncMDluoRS, Chiof of Detectivo,
to search out tbo matter.
Jtuncu Honry, a colorod boy beautifully covered
with tho itch, who bad stolen a piece of gooda
from tho front door or a merchant's, storo, which
tub however recovered, was locked up for 10
A woman, who was dressed in so many frocks
nnd shawls, as to mako 0110 think slio was just
going to omigrate to Mr. Sewaud'b lato purchase
from Russia, was fined tID for being drtiuk, and
misbehaving in Elliott Stroot.
A shaky chimney in the burnt district was re
ported, and ordered to bo attended to.
If. 8. CiaouiT Court, Hon. Qco. 8. Buy a s Pre
siding. Tho petitions of Messrs. B. P. WntTNEU
and Jos. T. Walsh, to bo admitted to praetico in
tho U. 8. Courts of 8outh Carolina, wcro presented
nnd tho petitioners admitted.
Tho Court rcsumod the trial of parties charged
with violating tbo Internal Ilcvcnuo I-v.vn and the
oaso of the V. 8. vs Jxo McSweenet, for tho un
lawful distillation of spirits, was tried, aud a ver
dict of " not guilty " rendered.
Tho U. 8. es DiEumcK W. Hengsen, for tho somo
oflenco, tho prieonor pload guilty and was boii
tenced lo pay $100 fmo, also, tho tax of $10 und
tho costs of tho proeocution.
Tho District Attornoy, Major D. T. Connnt, pre
sontcd 'ho potition of Mr. CnAtiixs P. Leslie, a
praetico in tho United States Courts of South
Carolina, and on his motion Mr. Leslie was nd
District Coubt?Judgo Loo an presiding_The
Court was opened nt tho usual hour, but on ac
count of Uio nbsenco of important witnesses only
ouo ca80 was tried, tbo remainder being contlnuod.
Tho .State vs. John Jenkins?Larceny of a horso. I
Tbo priBonor pload guilty to tho charge.
A no/ pros, was entered hi oach of tho three fol- I
lowing cases. '
Tho Stato e?. Mark Reynolds?Assault and bat
tery. Not Pros.
' Tbo Stato es. C sar, Jimmy and Dclpby?Lar
ceny. Not Pros.
The State vs. Caisar, Peter and Pompoy. JVbf
Tho remainder woro continued over to the July
I Tho State M. John Moron?Receiving stolon
Tho Stato rs. Wm. Nowbcrt?Assault with intent
to kill. ; '
Tho Stato t?. Mary E. Smalls? Assault and Bat
Tho State rs. Samuel Pox and Gcorgo M. Mar
tin?Assault aud battery.
Tho Court was adjourned until 10 A. M. to-day.
Court or General Sessions and Cosmos
Plkas?Jusos Muxboe, ProBiding.?Tho Court
was openod at 10 A. M., and tbo Jurors answering
to their names, tbo following Juries woro organ
'' .Grand Jury?J. M. Harlcston, Foreman. E.
Morkcr, Chns. Pointol. Phinoas Picrce,Wm. Uffor
bardt, nonry Proyuol, John H. T. Wrsggo, H.
Kahrs, Uco. A. Bowman, C. Plongo, J. E. Hemke, ;
Jos. Mscbeth, John Durns, Jas. E. Spoar, C. Lovo,
1'. M. Doucin, J. H. Colburn, F. Murphr.
Jury No. 1.?T. L. Hutchinson, Foreman, J. C.
H. Clausson, J. Goudkop. E. F. Benedict, R. Hun
ter, J. A. Yarn, Jus. Reagier, J. J. Martin, ?. G. Bur
ton, H. Pauls, Patrick McGarey, Jno. G. Chalk.
Jury No. 2?W. H. DaggoU, Foreman, D.Buhro,
It. Gannon, Wm. J. Cubatood, John Hnrkamp,
T, B. Sloan. Jno. McCants, Hngb Fan-oily. Jas. F.
G?rdon, Jour. Doj lo, B. BoUman, Henry 8. Greer.
Supernumeraries?Potor Carney, B. H. McDow
all, A. Blachoff, A. Dufort, J. 8. Jeffords, Joseph
Walker, J. Cu innings, 8. J. Finkler. L. A. Framp
ton, Samnol Hart, Sr., W. U. Chnfoe, F. Cbrist
mon, O. H. Johnson, Jts. It. rringle, W. J. Axon,
W. 8hoppard, Patrick Doogsn, W. Hume.
Judgo Mtjnboe charged Uio Grand Jury on their
duties, and directed them to oxamino cafeliUly tbo
morits of tho cases presented for their considera
tion b.'fnro they returned their finding, also to re
port upon tho condition of tho public buildings,
After an absence of a fow hours, tho Grand Jury
returned tho following bills :
Tho State vs. Francesco Perez?Assault with in
tout to Kill and Assault and Battery. True Bill.
The State vs. John Brown alias John Jack?Bur
glary and Larceny. Truo Bill.
Tho fjtnto os. H. T. Peters?Keeping a Lottery
o?lco. True Bill.
i Tho Stato us. Wm. Boso, Hary E. Bollinglo and
Mary Bollinglo?Arson. Truo Bill.
I The 81 a to vs. August riling?Assault and Battery.
Tho Criminal Docket was subsequently sounded,
and days assigned for tho trial of tho different
cases. M Q II !'|jjjl.'gg / ;. 1
Dibttuct Cor bt Ron Berkley District, held at
Mount Pleasant, Hun. F. D. iliouAnnsoNpresiding,
Adoottin? T. SkiTnc, Esq., acting Attornoy
Genera).?Tho casos tried woro mostly for assault
and battery, larcony, Ac., and Uio proceedings
woro not of any gonoral interest.
'Xho Stato os. Dick Uaywabd and Isaac White,
Mmw, aUa s Caleb, Assault and Battery end
Cautlp Waiters, two indictments for Larceny.
Baton Bean, Heuoolks ConDEB, And Pbince
.Mausii, Muliuiouu Trospass and Larcony. Guilty
Moses Gadsdun, two indiotmente for Larceny.
Henry WniooT, two Indiotmonts for Mai icious
MuRPrri Phelau, Assault and Battery. Gailty.
1 Jennie Coor-r.n, Larceny. Guilty,
July G cm)Larceny and Receiving Stolon
Goods. Guilty of last.
TnoiiiAS Dakoebvield and Feed. Bboad, Lar
CoonT or Appeals in Columiiia.?Tho [Phoenix
furnishes tho following report of tho proceedings
oii tbo 33d. '
Lioiu?In tho Court of Appoals, on tho 22d,
opinions woro announced in Uio following casea :
' John Jonkins, convicted of murder at Charleston,
ads. tho State. ' Opinion delivered by ! LvoLifl,
Jndgp. Now trial refused. Scntcnoed by Iaqlis,
Judgo, to bo langod Juno 14.- .
Joipi 8. Bioos, ads, LawbenoiIJ, Witotll. 'Opln
ion 'delivered by Wabblaw, Judgo. Now t,rUl
Tho NorUioaatem Railroad Company, ads. 0?20
line Pououbb. Opiniori by tho Ohiof JnaUce. ilo
tlon for new trial dinmlssod.
', Tho Oliarl?ston docket boing 'disposed of, the
Northern Circuit, next in order, wan called, i
Tho brio rin tho caso of G. B. Lam ah, etui, vs.
tho Kicoutore of N. A. Prat, was read by Mes Bra.
R1?N& MoOants, Solicitors for tho exoontors, ap
peuAiits, until the hour of adjoummont.
Htot.l, Wr.nu k Co., No, SSj Klng^lroot, rospoot
fnUy Inform thoir frionds and tho publia that they
will recoivo nt par, fat tjio noxt ten days, hl IU ris>'
oolvableo/ the State of South Carolina, in oxchango
St. Patuich's Bekevolknt Booiirn's Ball.? In
eonecqucnco of tho pressuro of othor matter, wo
woro forced to omit tho notice of this ball,
although it wnH already in typo. Tho Hibomiau
Hall won put to a logltiut ito uso on Monday night,
and tho votaries u?'tho mazy danco woro soon
on gag cd in that cxhilisratiiig amusement. Fow
perso..? can enjoy tltciuHclvcs witli moro /.cat than
our adopted citizens, and llio natives of tho Clroon
IhIo are ronowncd for their fondness for amuse
ment. The festivities at tlio Hibernian Hall woro
prolonged lu a lato hour, aud when tho laut
HtroRnlors woro departing it was unanimously re
solved (hat Easter Monday could be spout in no
hotter way llian hy dancing it out.
Tub St. Gf.oiioes Hocifmr, hold their 184?I an
niversary at Ttii.i-?'H. King Blroot, yesterday. Tho
following ofltoora were olootod to sorvo fur tho
? suing yoar:
ii. I?. WAI.KEIl. President
COW LAM UHAVKI.Y. Vice PrcsidcnL
A. E. mii.lkk. Treasurer.
?' E. WALKKIt. Hovrclsry.
Committee on Charity.?fames Weinman, A. E Miller,
Committee vn Accounts.?E. j. Purcbnr, il n. Gour
din, Jos. S. Cllbbcs, T. P. Wagner, Itobcrt Mure.
The Society passed tho following resolutions :
Whereas, Since our last anniversary oun>much
beloved colaboror Enw.Mii> Montr,' has bcon
laiton from us by stiddou death, thoreforo,
HrssfrtsL That we cuter upon tbo minute?, of the I
Society, this deep but inadequate expression of our 1
i;i lef for Ids lauieulablo decoasu.
lid. av.. (..,..(. That a copy of these resolutions bo for
warded by the President to tho widow, with appropriate
expressions of sympathy with her In her boroaventont.
M. NsSsfrssf, That a copy of tbeso rcsoluUona bo fur
nished to Ibo pr?s?, lor publication.
V. E. WALKER, Hccrolary.
IlruuLAn Meeting or Cm Council.?Council
mot at tho Council Chamber, at C P. M. yoatorday.
Prcsont, His Honor tho Mayor, Alderiuon RAY?
Mxi) Wbaoo, Gfjvots, Shall, STElNMEYEn, O'Neil,
Olnkt, Oakes, HoNoun, Maiisuall, Enbton, Cos
onovE, L.Mtl.L, Pill KG lb.
The minutes or the last mooting woro road and
'iho following putillone wcro road. Tim applica
tion of J. J. Ansul & Co., for a transfer of liconso
referred to tbo Comniitloo of Licenses.
Tho application of Itov. A. Toomer Pouter, for 1
renewal of cnrtillcato of City Stock was granted, tho
usual conditions having boon complied with.
The petition of J.so. V. Taylor & Co., to erect a j
three story woodou building on Pin:knrd Street,
tho rouf to bo covered with tin, was reforrod to !
CotnmiKco on Tliick nnd Wooden Buildings.
Tho p-.'tition of cortain real estate owners bo
tween Quocn nnd Markot Strcots, was reforrod to
tho Committee of Ways and Means.
The annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Greenville and Columbia It. II. Co., was announc
ed and tho prononce of somo ono to rcprosout tho
City interest requested. On motion of Alderman
Ravenkl, Aldcrmnti Marshall was appointed to
net- an tho proxy for tho City interest.
Tho monthly Dilla of tho Alms House, and Bills
agauiBt that institution wero reforrod to tho
Committee on account...
Tho report of tbo City Sheriff allowing tho
amount of unpaid taxes, was referred to tbo Co in
mitten of Ways ami Means.
A communication from tho Board of Firomas
tora was road, inviting tho Mayor and Aldermen
to join thorn at 10 A. M., at tho Citadel Green, and
review thom boforo tbo Guard Uouso. Tho invi
tation was accepted.
Another commttuicat ion was rend from tho Board
of FirouiAHtors, requesting tho day of tho annual
parado to bo changed from tho 27th to tho 30th.
This crcatod considorablo discussion; but a reso
lution of Alderman HrF.iNSir.vmi, that the parado
1.1,? sd.'flj. nil Haturilny. > '>" > " ? , "? > UuuUy
Alderman S if.inmf.yeu, from the Committee on
Licenses, reported favorably on tho following appli
cations for Liconaca No. 2 : Jab. Watson, No. 39
Broad street; Henuy Sfekeen, Shepherd and King
alrcota; M. O'Nkill, Lino atroct; W. Heibsendot
tle, 8t. Philip's street; Andbew Williams, No. 23
Tho Special Committee on tho Firo Department
reported adversely on tho potition of tho United
Firo Company to bo received into tbo Department,
aa tbero woro already a aufflciont number of on
gincs employed -7 steam and 11 band, boing 1A
moro than in tho Oity of Baltimoro, which bad a
Tho petition of tho Stonewall Fire Company, to
bo allowed to purchaso tho City Engine, waa grant
ed end tho parties referred to tho Mayor, who
wotdd slato tho torma and all other particulars. '
Tim petition of the Board of Underwriter was
nnsworod by bill.
The 0 minittee on Accounts recommended that
tho monthly bill of the Oaa Company, amounting
to ?2227 29-100. Iks jiatd. <
Tim Mayor road a communication from tho Col
lector relative to tbc proposed Btraigbtoning of
East Bay street, near tbo Now Custom Honao, and
his ntiswer to,tbo sardo, showing that a lino bud
been tgrood upon by which tho aUgnmont could
A bill to amend au ordinance to raise supplie*
for tho year 18G7, and for othor purposos, camo up
for its second reading, which woe dono ; and it
passed its third reading, and its title changed to
an ordinance, and
A bill to rogulato tbo cleaning of privies and
vaults in the corporate limits of tho city, passed
tt.i third reading and was ordorod to bo engrossed
aa an ordinance.
Alderman Oakes, from tbo Spcoial Committco
on tho Fire Department, introduced a;bill to regu
lato tho storing of Petroleum Oil in tho oity, and
asked that it bo considered its first reading.
No further business appearing, Council ad
It has become proverbial that those laboring un
der Bronchial Affections aro moro Bunguino of
euro, moro buoyant with hope, than sufferers from
othor diseases. It is a wise provision of nature in
assisting I? overthrow the complaint which Is slow
ly, gradually undermining tho system. Pectobat.
liAUt m.k gamed a most favorabio notonoiy m tlio
tri at ni cut of all disoases of the Lungs, and ia now
proscribed by our most eminent Physicians. . For
sale by all druggists.
DOWIE & MO?SE, Agonts.
GOODRICH, WINE MAN & CO., Agonts.
Business Notice.?We refer to John Commlvs,
No. 187 Moeting etreot, up-stairs, neatly opposite
Hayno streot, whoro bo offers Unitod States Govorn
ment Harness and Saddles, Uttlo OBed, at onc
qunrter thoir original cost. wal April 17
I il. ii.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envolopos, Pa
per, Ac; or, Millehs' Almanac;
If yon want Printing oxecuted neatly; \
If you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Books mado to ordor, with any doairod.pattern ot
ruling, go to Hiram Harms, No. 69 Broad streot.
Auction Haftes Tails Hoy.
II. M. Mausiull & Bito.wiU sell this day .at 10 ,S' o'clock,
at No. S3 Broad streot, ling ish Melton cloth and lead pipe;
also, st 11 o'clock, pony, mules, Ac. >
Mi u.m mi h 8on will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, on
i Eraser's wharf, 2 flats.
Larron 8: Harms will sell ibis day, at 10 o'clock, at
northeast corner of Lsnrens and Wall streets, household
furniture, ladles' pony, Ac.
Bowuis ii 8ILOOX will sell this day, In their store. No.
78 Broad street, under Carolina Hotel, at 10}i o'clock,
furniture, gold watuhea, Ac.
McKay ? OAMrnstx w?! sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
st their cash auction house, Ho. 55 Ussel street, oppo
site pbatofHoo, dry goods, boots and shoes, Ac,, to closo
Of.i Vrond k Mattuewzs will sell this day, st 11 o'clock
In front of their store, Mo. M Broad itroet, mules,
wagoDs and harness.
h h mi si MoaixxjvnAV will soli this day, at 10}',
o'clock. In front of their store. No. 27 Broad street, fur
niture, sundries, spring cart, hone, fco.
Thirty Years' Experience'of sm Old Horse.
MRS. WINSLOW'B BOOTHINO BYRUP is tho prcscri o
UOii of ono of thn best female physicians snd 'nurses in.
Uro Dpi tod Elates, and has been used for thirty years with
nuve.rvfalling safsty and success, by millions cf mothers
for their children. It relievos the child from pain*,
cures dysentery and diarrheas, griping la the bowels,
arid wind coke By siring bsslfa to tho child, it rests
lie rare and call for
, "MRS. WINHLOW'B BOCTHINQ 8YBCP,"
Having the fat rimtle ot 'Conns It rr.nxina," on the
oublia.', wrapper. AB othtrs are base Imitations.
'For aale by BOWIE k MOIRE, NO. 161 Meeting s tree i, ,
orrpoattothe Charleston Hotel,
April 23 I <.-.' '.. ;i..G-?iutni:.'
p. ii. n.
! Aro synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor.
Tb'e secret will bo rovaalod ' by Investing In a bottle of
PANKNP*'8 HSTATIO BITTERS. For sals by aU
IVniggtits. . w
Tllll Jifin TO ADV HI IT IS13 IN THE
Tho Daily Smil>. Carolinian at Columb'a, Is now sent
to every PostofDeo In tho Stabs. Being tho ofQetnl paper
of tho Bist?, It wiU be ionnd at tho present time ?sp?r
risllyjvTd.iabto in merchants and 'et?ers dosirinj fo avaU
\nom4elvca of h Vory largo circulation.
* ' ' '
v^.':.''. ' .' '' .! .' '. 1 '' ^Vi.s'-Vjv
Know thy Destiny.
Mai?nr. E. P. TuuuxTUM, Uin great IliiRiis'i AMrvlo
glst, Clalrvoywat aud Psyoboinclrlcian, who K.s aplou
Isbed Iba scientific BlaWtS of tho Old World, bu now lo
cated borw-lf at Hud.on. N. Y. Mnilaiiio Tiior.N?o? vn*
m"ih i such wonderful p.Iim-m of second sight ni lo nia
ble her to luil>ar( knowledge uf tbc greulcit iiii|KjrtaiK'c
to tho sluglo or married of i llhcr soi. Whllo ill i tu.
:>f trance, bIio ileUnuaU's Ibo very' feature? of :U? person
you aru lo marry, and by tbo aid of an Instrument of In
tense power, known as Ibc Psychoiuoli-vpe, guarantees to
produce r llfe-Uko plcturo of tbu ftituro bWabaotl or wife
of Ibo applicant, together with date of marriage, ihmoUou
In life, leading trails of character, A:s. T his la no hum
bug, as tbousaud of testimonials ran assert, she will
semi, when desired, n certified ccrtlllcale, or ?rillen
guarauU-e, Hint Ihr picture Is whst It purports to bo. By
enclosing n small lock of hair, nud stating place of birth,
age, disposition nud complcxlou,and i ndoling fifty ceuls
sud stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will n?
celTO the ph'lurn aud deslrsd Information by return mail,
All commuolrations sacredly couflilrullal. Address, lu
confldcuco, Madame 11 P. THORNTON, P. t). Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y. ly March 30
iiivo Nut uni n Lift.
PEOPLE EXPECT T?ll MUCH OK NATURE TUKY
trlflo with their hvallh sud their roiislltiitloiin, and then
are surprised that '.toy fall sick.
Tbo pmwuro of constant mental or bodily tabor, U]Kin
the animal powers. Is tremendous. Very fow h.rstrrns
snd consflttiUuus can licar up against Ibis pressure tiu
sssislcd. Add lo this the uuhealtliv InQiiences which
lurk unseen in tho air wo breallic. tbo water wo b ink.
tbo la.sltudo produced st this season by Ibo change from
tho rigor ol Winter to the warmth of Spring, aud It would
seem to require almost superhuman viyor lo beep lu per
fect health without reinforcing tbo physical energies.
But how reiitlorm Ibein ? Certainly not with mlnlu-ro- I
ted stlmulnna-i. There is uo jsiinon In tlm outer air, or I
In the ntioo?|Ju'i,e of luruaec-bealod rooms, or work
shops, or factories, so pernicious as those deadly-burning
Why use Hioni, vh n
nOOTIvTTEHS STOMACH HITTERS,
a vegetable tonic without alloy, nro cvcrywlturo obtain
able} Nolbluc has ever boou offered to the feeblo aud I
dobtUlatod so harmless in Its nature, so powerful In Its |
Invigorating sucikfl, as this celebrated
STOMACHIC AND ALTERATIVE,
j In tho army and tbo navy. In now settlements, snd In |
I crowded cities, by old sud young, rich sud poor, It Is
uted as a
PROTECTIVE A?fD RESTORATIVE MEDICINE,
with meet gratifying results. 0 April 22
Fpoo lo Evorybody.
A Large 0. pp. Circular, giving Information of tin
prostest Importance lo tbo young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become bcautllul, the
[ dcsplsod rxispcciod, snd tlio torsi.kt ii loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fall lo send tbeir
[ address, aud n eelvo a copy post-paid, by return mall.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March .10 lyr Tro/, N. Y.
COOL ! CNL! COOL!
THE IlETAIL ICE HOUSE AT TflE NECK MAI1KET
la opou lor tbe seas-jn. Also, Ion at Wholesalo snd
He tail at tbo CHARLESTON ICE HOUSE, corner of
Church aud Markot streets; snd tho Arctic Refrigerator I
In full operation.
A. GAGE & CO.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
MRS. C. C PETERS
IS NOW PREPARED TO STAMP OVElt 1TVE THOU
SAND NEW PATTERNS for
KMJmoiDnniNo and nnuDiNO
Ou every material, at her private residence. No. 4. flforge
A8 I HAVE THE AO EN OY OF ORF.EN8 DURHAM
TOBACCO I am able to offer tbe same to the trade
st manniacturor'a prices. Freight stldcd, Ji quantities.
April 22_3_No. 392 ling street.
POCKET HEPEATINO IIOHT
EINO APPOINTED SOLE AOENT FOR CHARLES
TON for tho same, can furnish tho trade bvr.
April 22 3 . Agent for tho He peal 11i? Light Co.
I daily I expected pick KCIIOONBItS
ni All V K. llONfl AND !HA.\AJ!TIOA, FHOH
OPirk TONS W. A. STEAMBOAT AN I) FOUNDRY
250 tons It. A. Egg Size, for grates
200 tons R. A. stove Coal, for ranges.
For sale while landing, at reduced prices, by
H. F. RAKER k CO,
Coal Yard, No, 20 Cumberland street
April 23 ' 3
Tire Reports of South Carolina
THE STATUTES AT LARGE,
T HALF PRICE, AT
Anatomical Chu'ts, French and
ABE QOiNO OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
Bookstore. April 32
ONE OF LOCmVOOD k JOHNSON'S CITY MAKE
8 Inch oyllndor and 20 Inch stroke, in complote or
I dor, for sale low, ax Stato, corner Cumberland street, by
Aprils_. aw F. W. CLAUSSEN.
I ? E G IR, JB A. Is/L 1
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES I !
WE HAVE TUR PLEASURE OP AA
NOUNCINQ to tie, Ladles and Gentlemen of
Charleston, that we, - tho undersigned, havo fitted up a
FIRST CLASS ESTADUHMENT, nt'tho' cornerrof Meel
oorl Hasel streets, where we will guarantee 1?rV.u.u
will ftn.i o,.,?,ha^ a_o' t^-t t!REAK;^ODA WA
TER, CONFECTIONERY and CAKiW. noplng to're
ceive a shore of tbe putronago of tho community, wo are
Respectfully, , : ? JOHN OOREN.
W. A. W1THTNOTON.
April 13 Imo
fTlHE UNTJFJcSIGKED WILL CONTINUE TO DI3
X PENSE this agreeable and hcalthf.il boverage, at
their. woU-known stands. No, 80 HASEL STREET, be
tween King and Meeting streets. No. 128>S KTNOaTREET
(Old Piquet (i nr.! Houao), and at tho head f OENTER
MARKET, northwest comer.
DiQggiats and others wishing to bo supplied with
Fountains or Syrups,' and dealers desiring Fountains
charged, will be accommodated upon reasonable
1 terms- t
8 team era. Hole's. Restaurante and private families,
furnished with a superior artl clo of bottled Soda, In quan
tities to ault purchasers. -....' . -gt
Wo are agents tor tbs sale of A. J. Morse k Bon's justly
celebrated Soda Water Apparatus. consisting of Genera
tors, Fountain-. Marble Draught, Biauda, Silver Plated
ltefrigorating .Draught elands, Tumbler Holders, and all
apparu tun necessary, for tbs maumactur.-' of Koda Water,
at tbs manufacturers' prices, with freight added,,
j Dcsicr* In Soda Water throughout tho-Slato, desiring
an apparatus, will do' well to cxamluu tho- merits of
Morse s Apparatus, before purchasing eleeewhero.1
Description catalogue and price list sent to sny address
upon application to JOHN 11UOK. A CO., Charleston.
While appreciating tbe i cry liberal patronage extended
tous during tho post soe-ion, we ?hall strlvo to merit its
conliniujooo. , .
E. H. GARDNER.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books. Teri ml icals and Stationery.
JUST lTEOEriTED? Ti :
A tar o *npply of STATIONER'?
i-HonrooRAPUs, PuoToonApn alhumh ? '
POCKET ROOKS, DIAItlKS for 1807, Etc
(lno and large snlectlon of NOVEIJi, by tho raovt
cot irated authors. ' HOMO BOOK", ROOKS for nom?
Am' sentants, ko.
Al. tho MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS,
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re
ceived tor the asms.
Orders from thOWOOiry ?i^ ?car^ i
TFllMS T.IBKHA V, . . " , November 8
soi?iiE im .s3 uwm,
Omeo No. 147 McMlng strcc-C* '
. CONNECTtONS ;
j HI I'll ALL I ; -
EVory attention r/ivoh to tho safe
Ti^nsmission of Freight Money,,
Wltii call FOll AND DELIVER Fii^llT
; j TO ANY POINT IN the city '
j FitEB op onxnoE.
II. B. PL ART, PftMtdaiatr ?
IlV U.M. M/IUHHAM.?:|IIIU.,
Ilrokrni anil Vnctionrrrs, No. 33 llruad Ht.,
THIS KAY. at 11 o'clock, will bo sold.
909 yard! ENOMMl MELTON (In suite of! yards)
-frol of Lead Pipe (7S0 lb. weight) A|>rll 2i
UY It. U. M a it su ai.I, & UHU,
llMilK m iiml Auctioneers. No. 33 IIronil.nl.,
THIS DAY, at lu ', o'clock, wilt bo .old,
1 PONY, '-' Millen, 1 Homo, 1 ltockaway
Ait asuirtuicnt of Furniture, MstlroiBcs, Crockery,
Cooking Stove, Ac. April M
Auction Batet to dote Oipnrtnerstup?Dry Goods,
Hoots aiul Shoes. Oothmn, J'ancu Goods, d"c.
.Meli \ V A ( A M SMI] I,t.,
Ca.lt Auction Hotisr, No. 50 lln.cl .trrcl,
Will .""11 THIS DAY, ntlDoMock,
-eie I 1 4-t M'Ni M I. ) I'll. LAWNS. Munllini
Pant SIuITh, Linens, Drill?. Csssliucru, Ac.
su i it i s, CLOTHING, hoots and SHOES.
-couch Trimmed Ladles' ami Men'h HATS.
FANCY 000D9, CUTLERY, NOTIONS, kc.
CoudlUous nah. April '-'I
ItlVM.I I Nt'llttlt.
a h et I.. ii< i i mill t'niiimUilen Merchant, nt
No. HO Iv In? klli i't In Ion Hi.mil ?Ii I i t.
Owen* hisset'(cc* for tlit Rnlu ol MERCHANDISE it
day and night ut bis titore. also for the nalo of Slo-'R,
Bonds, Real l->tate, VifM'tn, Horse* ami Producu. i.csl
city references will be ?dvon. Consignments holiei...
Terms moderato and guarantees satisfaction.
Autcion* /in' Horses. Vehicles and Furniture,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and EIHDAY, at a quarter paat
10 o'clock, an originally established by Iho mib irrlbcrs.
Fiirulturo m ?les at Private Residences promptly attend
ed to at low charges.
SMITH k McOILLIVUAY.
Auctioneers, No. 27 llroatl alreet,
April 11 Gmo South Sldo near State.
DRY GOODS, ETC.
? CARPETS! CARPETS!
At Reduced 1'iiccs,
TO CLOSE OUT BALANCE WINTER STOCK.
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK.
WHITE AND Cl.'KOK MATTINGS.
Corna suit Manilla Mattings.
Floor Oil Cloths.
Table ?II Cloths.
Door Mats, Feather Dusters and Druslics.
Superior tpuallly Broouis.
Now opening at
? Hasel shr.et.
OHAS. D. CARR & CO.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
THF . ?UBSCR1BERS RESPECTFULLY INFORM
JL Ui. |r frionds nnd customnn that they are now re
ceiving their STOCK *V H?RING GOODS. afl of which
2S^j5g? "elected r ,.., cam and a* Iho lowest prices,
am ; which wo DM offer at a very small advance obov?
cost. Our inolto being. Quick Sains and Small Prollls.
wo would respectfully solicit our Monds and customers
to crill anil cxamlnn our Slock before purchasing. Pai
Ucular pains taken In showing Goods. Our Block con
sists in part of
3-1 LONO ?LOTIt. 121' r?nl?
?-s Long cloth, 16, 17, IB cents by Iho piece
l-t Long Cloth. 20, 23, 30,33 cents
It, to end 11-4 Sheetings
11, 10 nnd ll-l Linen Hirelings?cheap
Pillow Linens?all pricos
Bird Eye Diapers?all prices
IltiSRia Dlnpcrs?all prices
Scotch Diapers?all prices
Uuol. Dlapum?all prices
Crash, lift, 20 and 23 cants
Bleached Damask Clotlis
8-1 Bleached Table Damask
<j~i ami k-i Brown Table Damask
Colored Tablo Damask
Worsted Tabto and Piano Covers.
OHENADINEH AND LENOS
Euuliah Bareges? plain and figured
Melanges on.i Poplins, for Travelling Dresses
Colored trench Printed Organdies
Colored Printed Jaconet and Lawns
Per?ois nnd chanibraya
Solid Colored F reo.h Cambrics and Lawns
Block Bcrege and Crape Marctz
B-l Black Borage, for Shawls
B-4 Black Orcnadina
Black Bombasine.*, all qualities
lltack Alineas '
Black Tamise Ololh
Black ano Colored Mlka.
With a variety ofothcr Goods, which will bo offorod at
low prices, at
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 Kiug Street,
ijl . ' BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
_March 20 . ^ . lmo
JACONETS, COTTON CAMBRICS
Nalntook and Mull Muslins
Bishop ?ed Victoria Lawns
Plaid aud Stripe Swiss
Plaid and ! tripe Cambrics
Plaid and 8tripe Nainsooks
Muslin Edgings and Inserting* .
Csmhrio Edgings and Inserting*
Thread Edgings and Inserting*
Valentino l.dgings and Inserting*
Linen Edgbi^a and Insertinss
Maltcso Iju-43 collars, In variety
Swiss and Cam- ric Collars. In variety
Linen Collars and Cuffs
Infanta' Bodies and Robes.
Wit i a compl?ta assortment of all other Goods tin the
SUM., Wim & Co.,
March. NO. ?STKlngSta^
HOSIERY ? HOSIERY I
WE WOOL.D CALL PARTICULAR A PTENTION TO
our.stock or HOSIERY, which We'would offer at
much lowi r prloes than formerlyt
LADIES' WHITE COTTON HOSE
Ladies' Open Work Boso
Ladleo' Black and bUto Hoeo
Oents' Half Hose in Brown and White
M isacs' Whlto Cotton Hose In variety
Boy's Half-Hose In r-rioty,
LA DIE t' TIL A CE, WHITE AND COLORED EID
Ladle.'Lisle and 811k Oloves
Oonta* Ltslo and SJL? Glove*
Laea Mitts? In variety "
Ludloa' Buck Gauntlet*
Gents' Buck Glove*
Misses' Llslo and Silk Glove*
Misse?' Lace Milts
Willi a foil assortment of an Goods ai our Urio' *l low
prices, p -
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BEST S?X-CORD CABLED
JOHN & HUGDT A?CHINCXOSS,
SOLK AGENTS IN NBW YORK,
alarcho " '. - ' [' wftnae
UIsKERd and Mtifl
TAOBEH foroed to
grow upon Uio smoothest
face In from . throe to flve
weckn by using Dr. HEVIO
CAPILLAIRE, the . moat
wonderful discovery In mo- 1
? ? j . dern - science, acting upon - mr \ -
Uio Beard; And Hair in an almost miraculous m?r??rV Ii
has been; ur?d by the elite of Pari* and LondoiTwltathi
moat flattering- sutfocia. Names of all purchasers* vrfl
be riigUtcrcd, and If entire nails fiction is ubt given ?
overjy lnaiAnce, the money wuT bo cheorfbVy refunded
Price by mall, sealryl *nr| postpaid, 81. Da. -rlptivo cl?
cuUm and testimonials mailed free. Addn.1* BEBOEB
H H OTTS k CO., ChrmiiiB, No. 236 River street .Troy. N
Y.,?>ole Agent* for[OtS United States
.March 30 . .; iy '
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, ?
. ' .v.'. sISMbl,lB3T.)'
..* LL TAVERN-KEKPETtfl, AND PERSONS RETAIL
ft^j INO Splrltocu* Uouors, within the city U ml ta, whe
liava not oxoouUid their bondsandtakeu out thoprop*!
carthi to show that thoy have Ueenso to cr!l, wiU bo r?
iiorCcd tu not complying vri'Ji th'i law, alter Monday, Gtt
' 'loose who havocurj? are h ere uy notified to hsvo tht
same placed m a conspicuous place tn the window,.: AH
failing to observa lAjnotloo will also be reported, aflo
the kbove-iiiehUoned time. , W. Hi SMCTB;.
Mirch9 - Clerk of Council. .
Oi- -;. ".'! NO-TICK.
FV?CE CLI-UIK OP COUNCIL?TUE FOLLOWINO
: cUoaa of Boction 1 of ?a "Ordinance to liaise Sup
piles for theye ir 13C7,", Is published for the Informalloi
oIWir?irf>*aeiUo(j Goods by sample or otherwise, who an
notrcsidtntsof this city. All such Mtsauji are borolr
noliOod to ronort at this oflieo. .
v ' "Three douar* oa every hundred dcBare of all good;
aoiain thl; cltyby : j raonsnb, yesklenla, by saror.loo
MII.LIUAN & s(i\.
Will sell TII1B DAY, iho 74th lost., at Frasor's Wharf,
at 11 o'clock,
1 FLAT, with calilu, CO rcot lonu, 10 feet wide, feet
1 Open Kiel, 65 feet Ioiik. 13 foot wide, 3>i feet deep.
Furniture. Cohi Wntchrs. Ac Ac.
.,.?V IltlWKItH ?V MLtOX.
Will bo Hold THIS DAY, hi (Ho More, No. 7H Broad street,
under tliu Carolina llnu-1, nt Uli: o'clock.
Sots PARLOUR FURNITURE, Bureaus with 01??..
Fldoboanls, rWrvlary Hultahlu for an oOlco, licks. Ta
bles, Sban Cane, Washstands. Tow el Horte, Ch-lnof
dllTcrciit ?lud?. Horn?, Bedsteads. Mattresses, Cot?, Ill
lows, Candle Mauds, Itockln? Chai?, Hold Waleljea, Ac.
Unlimited artlek'H will :>o received nr to tho hour ot
sale._ April -it
At Audio)'?Mules. Wagons mut Ihirncm.
DY < I.Il I oui) ?\t I a I il I \\ i
Auctioneers, No. no llroail Street.
TUI9 DAY, at 11 o'clock, in front of our olucc,
4 well broke. Bound young MULES
1 sols HarneflB.
Tenus cash. April VI
SEED RICE, OF THBBB QUALITIES.
For talc low.
April 24 a North AllantlcWharf.
EA I9LAN'? COTTON, PURE AND GOOD REVVEH
For salo low.
AprU 21 9 North Atlantic Whirf.
SEA ISLAM) COTTON SEED.
S) A A BUSHELS OWEN HEED, THE YIELD LAST
?\t\J yonr wan IM pound* per acre, lint cotton. For
sale by C. m .v.,
April 21_wa2? No. 353 KlnK-slrtol.
P11 NIX GUANO.
4 CAROO OF THE ADOVE OUANO IIAYTNO JUST
1V arrived from McKoan'a Island, I am prepared to
luroltih It to Plantera, cither for caah nt too per ion nf
2000 |K>umla, or tOS, payable Ural November, with Inter
est m 7 per cent., approved city acceptance Pamphlets,
with full dlrcctlonB as to Ita application, and ccrtlricntca
of Plsntors who bavo used It, also aualyals of Professor
hhepard and others, can bo had at my nflice.
J. N. ROBSON.
Mardi 29 fmwluio No. G2 Eaut Hay.
PUATES STANDARD i l. Il i I I.I / 1: 11.
1 A A TONS FOR BALE BY
JlUU WH. OURNEY,
April 23_?_No._102 East Bay.
WOOLST ON' S
AMMOMATKD DONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
llALTmoRE, April 11, 1807.
Of Analysis of WOOLSTON'B BONE PHOSPHATE,
manufactured by W. W HIT BLOCK Ik CO.,
from a sample drawn by myself
I at their Warchouso :
Moisture (dot. at^O per crv.L).4.180
Organic combmUblo matter,.20.700
Capablo of producing Ammonia.3.212
Inorganic earthy raatlcr.76.120
Contilning or Phosphoric Acid.27.810
Containing of I .lino.24.111
Containing Magnesia, &c.33.200
?Sor tho Phosphoric Acid 1.023 per cent. Is solublo In
water, and leprviinta 2.233 of ooluablo Bono Phosphate
of Unie; tho whole, amounting to 27.810 per conl., '
equal t ? G0.712 por conL of Bono Phospliato of Lime.
O. a. LIEBIO.
Thit Phosphato is prt pared by oursolves with tho
great/ jit care. Is strictly uniform in quality, and nothing
entera tmo Ils manufactura which U not a valuablo
Tho very flattering accounts wo aro dally receiving of i
thcresnlt of its application last season, uud lln exceed. '
log richness as shown by tho abovo analysis. Justify us In
rccommcnJIuB it In the very highest tcrnm.
All wo ask is trial of it hy tho sldo of Poruvlau
Quauo, or any other manure which can bo produced.
W. WIUTELOUK Si CO.,
No. 44 South street. Ralllinorc.
LANDING THIS DAY?
EX STEAMSHIP ALLIANCE), FROM
A AA RARKELS ALLEN A NEEDLES! OELEDRA
4tUU TED AMMONIATKD FERTILIZER, prOba
bly tho hut shipment of tho season. AU unfilled ordora
supplied direct from tb'i vousel.
UACBETU b RAVEN EL,
April 17_iiM Hole Agents.
ENGINE LATHES; "LANEItS.
: IMPROVED CAIl WHEEL IiOXES.
MACHIMSTS* TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
( OFFICE AND WAIIEROOM. No. 223 PEARL ST.,
UNfiv.t? r 1? ' r,XL>
ALWAYS BIJ Y THE BEST.
THE BEST SINGLE THREAD.
FAMILY WING MJCniNE
CAN now UK HAH-for EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
HIGH PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES.
mix stitch, nem, bind, andgather.
J. ?; ADGER & CO.,
62 east BAY, CHARLESTON. B. C. .
Aptll 3 wfmlmo.Solo Agents for Iba. Etato.
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
Is Fuller & Bornum's
TUCK-CREASER AND SELF-SEWER
rpiua attachment ?b' Automatic, and ?ieab.
jL TJBES, creaaos, and otichua tucks at one operation,
without guiding with tho hands. Also for sale, SEWING
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, at law prices;
BCI8SOH8 SUAKPENEuS, NEEDLE THREADERS.
NEEDLES (all kinds); oil, tools and FITTINGS.
REPAIRING .AND IMPEOVTNG ATTENDED to Ab
USUAL ORDERS BY mail PROM1TLY FILLED.
T? n .ir?BB?^f???i
j No. aal Elng streat, o >rnor Liberty,
April 1' mwQmoa
I UNITED STATES GOVERliyENT HARNESS
; SAP D LE S:
1 A A A SET" PRIME WAGON HARNESS
JLV/UU 600Bots Ambnlanco Herneao '
! . , 30oj MtClclbvn eaddlcs, .
Tho abovo havo boon little used, and will be sold at
or.o-q aar to r thi lr original cost by .
. : ? .. No. 137 Meeting street, UpHtuUra,
April 17 . wga Nearly oppoalta Hayno atreeL
WILLIAM ?; GiLLIL?ND & SON,
Real Estate Agents. Auctioneers
j'-a. . ' ArTP " :-' '
- OFFICE NO. ? HAHNE BTTtEET.
WIlIIS & CHIS?LM,
FACTORS,. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SH?PP I N ? AGE N T S.
TTTILLA?TEND TO THE POROUAHK, 8ALB ANT:
W BUK'MENT (to Foroiga sxdDomeall? Ports) o
COTTON. ?ICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLAlvnO WHARF, Clmritilon, H. C. .
8. ITILL1B.A. H. CHI.SOLU
DYER ; AND SCOURER..
No. 8 Orange street.
GENT8' COATS, VESTS AND PANTS, OF AH1
? itutr, dyed, cleanup and proucd, .
Aprilaa ._? . -. _3
j 6. ?mTTENDEN,
. ' : AKD '. , y
I^rinui^turei? of PtxTjer,
OF; .VARIOUS KOTOS,
BO. t?7 II B A D H BTHBBT,
! Corner riudion Ht root , Now York.
T\S41VEn IN FAPER AND IN MATERIALS OI
JJ"dTerydescriptiou tor Us-manufacture
,. -VIHCE LOAN.
; , , ... MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, \
Cm Hau, November 9,186A. j
LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF TIEDUILDINO IN THI
/-? ' Bum! Districts- and Wstto yiacea of the Cityy no
dex "An Act of tho General Aasembly, rS?ln? aulhorll]
to too Olty Council cf Charleston to r-rooocl In tho mat
1er of a Fire Loan, irlUi ? Tlow to aid In building up thi
Citri ane w. " an hereby noUflsd thai the - form of appll
cation for loans c*A be obtained a t the office of the Cirri
ofrSancO, between tho hon rs Of 9 A, M. and a r. M.
AO (ppUcatlona must be filed In tho abovo ratcUone/
office, is th? Conmlttca will meet every itm&iy to con
jrsdof the same, .
Bt order of the Mayor , , < u. SsiTTH,'
NoTcmbtrlO . -.( .! -' OaM of fieancn.
"iTKE ORANGEBUIM* NEWS.
T?HDt.IBHKD .EVEEY .BATUnDAy, M,ORNniO, AI
Jl IOroie*burg;lB. C. Ttrnvi ?^| yet wnTu?,fn ?a
V *Dtri na tho itprloa and fail sesjons extra ooples Of Uw
Oii???k?,?pa N?ir? will bo circulated rrr the benefit a
Addrc*? ' :' ' SAMUEL pIBBLV ,
Ftirniture. Sundries, one S/triny (.'art, one Sorrci
Horse ate., nl Auction.
Il V 8MITII ?V Hr<;l 1,1,1 \ ' U A Y,
No. :7 Hi. 11 i.l Hlrret.
TIJI8 DAY, al in'; uVtock. lu front of their ofllco,
TALLE*. MA ITIIKKSKS, BEDSTEADS, Ac.
Olio superior Singer's HEWINU MACHINE.
April 21 _
A House and Isd on e tail side, of Anson strict,
otwosito the VulhoNe Church, nl Auction.
IIY SMITH * McfJII.l.lVItAY.
On TUESDAY, the :?lth of April, ut 11 o'clock, on tlin
north h(o|i? of Um Esrhaiige.
All that f.OT OP LAND, with the buildings thereon,
known as No. *.ii An.-ui Htrrot-. bounded on tho north by
(auditor Msrgsret Pencil; Miutb bytntnlo of Nathaniel
Cooper, ami cant by tend* lain of Christopher Oartalen;
tui-amiring Ihlrlv-lw.i (bot, fix Inchon, by ono hundred
and slily-two r.i l In depth; back Unulwciity-nvo feot six
Inehi'h. iiaoru or lop*.
Temas?One Iblnl ca?h; balance in dsm, two anil threo
years. Purrhssrr In pay uh for psiwrs. Pni|>orty In
sured ami lMittry unsigned, wntntl APrl'Ji._
A Jjol on the liati Side of Anson street, sceerol
door* heiom the uUorv, nt Auction.
IIV sunn e? it, ?.i ill vit \ v.
On TUESDAY, Iba Mill of April, nt 11 o'clock. In front
of Um ?tchmiftc,
Af.l. THAT tJOtT OP LAND In A nsnn clreol, bounded
on Ihn north by lands of I. II. Kiep, south by lands cf
M irrjurct Pencil, msl by i.m.i- ol -Dan-y; mo'auriog
:i2fi ol ? In. Iii-h mini by ici feet In depth, more or less,
Ini-k Una 2S feet II Inches.
Term"? Do. third cask) balance- In ono, two snd threo
years. Purchaser In pay us for papers. Property In
wiroil and policy assigned. wmhIiii April 2?
h'tti niliire Sale.
IIY \V. Y. I.K1TC1I Ht 1?. s. ?ini'Ns,
llrtil&rrtf uml Aurtlorirrrit.
litis DAY, Ilm '211b April, at (lie unrlhcast corner of
Laurent? mid Wall sln-eis, will be sold nt Auction, coni
iii. m m:: nt 10 o'clock, A. \X?
A VARIETY OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITUIIE,
BEDSTEADS. Wardroho. .Marble-top Tohlo, Dining
Table, Msrhlo-tup Ilurcnu mid SVoahstandh, What-Nols,
IXattrSaSBS, Copper Ucltle, Book Case, Ac, tic.
A LADY'S PONY, UUUOY AND HAIINE8S.
April 21 _
I iv pcnnlaalon of tho Ordinary of Collcton District, I will
sell at ItidgevUlo, on THURSDAY, the Oth day of May
Toe PERSONAL PIIOPERTY of tho estate of L. 11.
M it mi, consisting of IllKlillory uml Fixtures, tho saroo
being incat. .1 nl or nrsr 20th Milo Station, South Carolina
Conditions?Cash sa to ono-thlrd part; the bolsnco on
a credit uulil lHtlt January, 1808, secured by bond aud
approved personal Kccurlty. U. STOKES.
Commissioner'sOfflcc, April l.'lli, 1807.
April 17 v, ii hi
NO. 48 EAST BAY.
BETWEEN NOYCE'S NORTH AND SOUTH
SHIP CHANDLER, AND COMMIS
SION MERCHANT, Denier and Im
porter in RUSSIA HOLT ROPE,
Mini ilia mid Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Duel: and Twines.
Blocks, Mi Kits, &c., &c.
Personal and particular attention
given to purchase aud sale of MER
CHANDISE AND PHODUCE con
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Lovel's Pntcut Life Sav
ing Tackle aud Boat Detaching Ap
paratus, for steamers, nlwuys on
hand, and for sale nt New York
OFFICE OP CAPTAIN OP POLICE, i
CHARLESTON, 8. C, April 12. 18G7. J
rriHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
1 lor tho benefit of all whom It may conrern.
C. B. S1QWALP,
Captain of Police.
Be it Ortnined, That from mid after the first day of
January next, every parson keeping a shop or store, or
engaged in men until., business In tho Clly of Cuorios
tou. shall post up, aod keep posted up, in somo oonsxd
cuous place, at hi* or her business stand or stand?, a
comrpicuoui- Slgu Board or Plate, containing bit or her
glvon naino and surnsme, and, lu caso of a psrtna.-ship,
tho given namo snd mrnamo of each member of tbo tum;
snd 07crv person so offending, or making default heroin,
I shall forfeit and pay to the City a penally of tiny dollars
for each and every offence or default, and In addition 1
thereto a further sum of fifty dollars for each aqd u very
I month during which tbo provisions of this Ordinance
shall Toiraln not complied with: Provided, Sowcvsr,
That nothing.bureln -lontaiucd shsdl apply to tho special
partners of a limited partnership.
Handed December 2, IBM.
Extract from Ordinance Ratified ffovanber 1\U\, 1800. g
Seo, ft. No cloth awning shall bo put up In suchs mao
i ner as to obstruct foot rrissrmgors; and no sign-board
shall bo erected otherwise than thirteen foot from the aru>
, laeo of tbo ground or foot pavement . .* . .* . >
under a penalty of Twenty Dollars for each and every
day, v?hilo any such awning or aigu-board, nxod or form- .
ed otherwise than as bertin directed, shall so remain.
* I * . * -?i a>
Sec 0. No. person or persona whosoever shall, for tho
purpose of exposing any goods, commodities, or other
articles for eslc, place, or eau. ed to bo ptsced, any such
goods, commodities, or other articles whatsoever, or any
ible, bench, stall-board, box. or other oppendage,"" in
any street, lane, alley, or public thoroughfare, or any
root-puvciiient within the City, undor a actually of
Twenty Dollars for each and awry auch offeuco, ana for
each and every night or day, a> tho caso may bo, on
which any such Olfeoce is committed: Provided, how
ever, That Ycnduo Masters shall bo permitted to oxposo
before their storcH auch good, aud commodities as thsy
sell at public auction, but not to toko up moro room than
toe front or their respective venous stores, and to ' tho -
dlstancoof six feot boyoud the ssma. .. Lo t
H ko. G. No porson or persona : whosoever, shall suffer
any are wood, oasis, goods, wares, merchandise, car
riages of any description, or any other matter or thing,
to ill m. her, or them belonging or consumed, to lay or
atand for a longor space than four hours. In any streit,.
Lane, alley, or publie thoroughfare within the City, un
der a penalty of Two Dollors, with coats, for orery hour
that any .neb article or thing shall so lay or stand be
yond tho abovo mentioned time : excepting materials for !
building, in regard to which tho fojowlng regulations
shall bo observed, namely, : When any person or persons
shall erect or repair any houso or other buttding, j.
upon any street, laue, alloy, or open court,
within th? city, bo, ' Bhe, or they shall make
application for the uso of so much of tho street
or public wsy as .hall not exceed tho front of toe'
lot on which such ' building Is to bo cr?e ted, nor extend
moro than sLx feet into tho street; which space suoh per
son or persons shall forthwith enclose with a sufficient
fenco, at'least six.feet high, lu order to deposit within the
samu.thd requisite materials for building and repairing;
sud such fence, together with tho romalniog material, be,
oho or thoy shall rcmovo ?s soon ob the work bo finished,
or whenovor tho Major shall require It, oapamot for-'
felling Two Dollars for every hour that such fence or ouch
materials shall afterward remain unromoredi and on
pain, elso, of having the suao removed at his, her, or
April 13 . _ i . 16
LEA & PERKINS'
PlTDNODialCED :. tygr K XT II ACT'
DY H of a letter from a .
Kl . MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
oomioisaEiTBa .H. ^Sjg ^^^
to de thk osxt j??&li Droth'or at
Good Sauco ^Ss,^-.
"Tell LEA & PEK
swd ap?uoakm \aS?=7 RINS that their SAUCE .
jjftfKii;; is highly esteemed In In
ro sSEei?" l,la' sndls.tnmy opluiou.
Tfews^ the most ' palatable, as
EVERY VARIETY mjSns well as the most whole-'
somo tlAUCE that Is
OP DI8H. s*?*?S!mada." j '
Thosuoceasof this uost delicious snd unrivalled oor>.
j diment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
I apply tho name to Spurious OmpentntU, the Public Is I
j rttpectfully and earncsUr requested to seo that the name
of LKA A PsBnna are upon tho WRAPPER, LABEL,
, STOPPER and BOTTLE;
Manufactured by .
LISA & PHRRINB, Wor.tlt.r.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK, A-OTCTXTTS.
October 10.: ' fmwlyr
THE BEST TONIC NOW M M!
NovembevaT'i -. '^lyr^'1:'
GoldeaOr ITaxon, aha '
Hllkes CURLS pi-cdcccd fc?
tho uso of Professer De
BREUX'S P R18 BB, LB.
kOUKVEUX. Ono appUctv
'lion warranted to curl tha<
most straight and stubborn ..
hair,of dtbbfsefcinto wsvy rlngleU, or heaar,
onxlK. Has been used by the fashionables -oi
! London, with tba most graUryleg results. 'Does no In
jury to the hair. Price by mall, scaled and poatvisid. |L
Descriptive circular j mailed free. Address BERGER,
BHTJTT8 A CO., Chemists. No, 285River Ireet, Troy, N.:
i Y., Sole Agents for ths United Btates. .. jj ;
March 30 ' _ it'.
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