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SATURDAY MOBMTOG, MAY 4, 1S67. "
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-.'*. To Correspondants.
Wo aro continually receiving communications on
political "and. other. mattera from persona who do
not attaefo-tteir propernam?s to the articles sen4;;
sud we take .this occasion of repeating that nothing
can bo published in- THE DAILY NEWS without
hoing indorsed by some responsible individual.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBTOS sold this day, at
auction, 100 shares City Railway stock at $32 50
Music ON THE BATTKBY,-By direction of tho
Poet Commander, the Band of the 6th Infantry
will perforai at the Battery at 5 P. M.. this after?
noon. The programme will be as follows :
1. Quickstep Medley.
3. Waltz from Lurline '
4. Overture-Dichter und Bauer. .
6. Aria--Stabat Mater. j
THE following gentlemen -wore elected Wardens,
Vestrymen and Delegates to Convention, at the
St. Mark's (Episcopal) Church, Chester, S. C., for
for the yoar 1867 .: - . .
T. DEGBAEFENRETD. | WAL T. ROBINSON.
c - vEsrsncEV.
MAJOR J. PAGAN. I MAJOR S. P. HAMILTON.
MAJOR T. 8. MILLS. | W. T. ROBINSON.
SECRETARY AND TREASURY.
WM. T. ROBINSON.
DELEGATES To CONVENTION.
MAJOS JAS. PAGAN. I T. BEGBAFFENRETD.
MAJOB T. 8. MILLS. . | W. T. ROBINSON.
FIRE.-At 9J A. M., yesterday, the alarm of fire
was sounded, and the smoke proceeding from thc
roof of COTES' old cotton press in Chalmers stree)
soon attracted attention. Although the hour wai
an unusual one, the firemen were promptly on th?
ground, an 3 the fire was soon extinguished. Th?
cotton presa had been in disuse for some time, anc
was unoccupied by any one at the time. Thc
origin of the fire is doubtful, but aa the roof wai
shingled, it was supposed to have been commuai
cated to it by ashes thrown from the neighboring
house. But little damage was done to tho build
ing as the streams of water thrown on it soon pu
the flames to rout. Tho firemen were the princi
pal sufferers, as their fine clothes and polisher
boots were literally bespattered.
EARLY CLOSING.-We call the attention, of al
persons, not only of employers and employees, bu
of the public generally, to the notice that appear
in to-day's issue, regarding the early closing o
certain stores on King street to-day, and ever;
subsequent Saturday until October 1st. The rc
creation thus afforded will be appreciated by th
clerks, and the time thus spent will be of more prc
fit to the employers than if they had kept thei
establishments open, for tho public will note thoe
Who do not observe this custom, and though tbei
gaina may bo more on those days, their selfishnef
will be remembered and their profits diminish, . ]
has been a time-honored custom to close not on!
the King street stores, but those on Meeting an
East Bay streets, on the Saturday afternoons, :b<
tween May and October. That season has no
commenced, and we are glad to see that so large
number of the King street establishments Eave st
the bright example in this respect, and it now on!
remains for the other stores to follow them in thi
movement, .and give their clerks Some recreation,
YODN& MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-By re
erence to a notice in another column our reade:
wfll observe that the Ber, P. J?. STEVENS will deli VI
the next sermon in the Waree before the Your
Hen's Christian Association, in St. Luke's Episc
pol Church, located on the comer't/f Charlotte ai
Elizabet n Str?e^toVmorrow evening. Services
Commenc?at$tfc4ockv,v ' ? '.
The revere od; igentlemen is'well known and b
loved in this ?mmm?ty. He was for many year
and at the commencement of. the war, the ab
Principal of the Citadel Military Academy, 'ai
afterwards the brave commander of the HOLCOSE
Legion, a South Carolina regiment, in the'la
Confederate army. Having, prior to the war, pi
parel himself for the position of a clergyman, j
left the army after passing through a severe cat
poi gu with great honor, and -laying:asjaer ti
sword has ever since battled in;tij8 more noble a
glorious position of a ''Scurfier bf Chrisp" Wwbj
he has devoted; his life. We aro sure that all ?j
former pupils, the members of ibis old regime
and those ' of the old 24th, - commanded. by i
lamented brother, Gen. CLEM STEVENS, as well
the community at large, and especially the you
men of Charleston, will deem it' a-'great privfl?
to listen to this eloquent soldier-ibvine.
MATES' SHKEB-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.-The fail;
of last year's cre? should admonish the plantea
neglect nothing that would advance his in tore
?nd tenet to.lmprove both his land and his ere
Curing the past' few years many now fertiliz
have been introduced, but several have fallen
below the expectations of those who have u
them. Under these circumstances it becomes
cessary for the plantar to use only those that
fcnown to be capable of recuperating the exhat
ed land. Those fertilizers that are compos?e
lime have been generally found superior to ct
mon manures, and they have been gradually
creasing in public favor. - The ground and the cr
both require subsistence, and lime enters larg
tito the system of growing plants.
MASKS' Nitrogenized Phosphate of Lime is
of the most superior fertilizers known, and
been used by many with great -meccas. It mai
rued for top dressing, and both before and a
planting the crop, aa it cannot be lost by evap
tion, none of its constituents being violatile.
bas been found invaluable, both to the farmer
the horticulturist, as it can be applied at all
sons of the year. Messrs. KVwy?^ AVHowi
Ko. 153 East Bay, are the sole agents for Sc
Carolina, and are prepared to fill all 'orders i
OPENING OF THE CITY RAILROAD CABS TO
COLORED PEOPLE-Tho Directors of the Cha;
ton City Railroad heid a meeting yesterday,
resolved that all persons, "irrespective or co
shall ride in the city cars. This will doab
seem curious to our readers, b-t they wfll ! ui
stand the reason for such a course from the ;
joined correspondence. The Directors did not
more than their duty. Such a course was im]
live, and they could not resist- it. -Many tl
and with good reason, that if tba President of
load had pursued a wiser, and more pr&t
Course, this action of the Directors would
been unnecessary. In Bichmond there has
no trouble whatever in settling .the difficult:
g similar kin d.
There the ladies have their cars, and, bj
tom, as on all railway trains, only those ara tv
ted w%o are entitled to be by respectability
good manners. However, we trust that ail,
white and colored, will see the necessity, hes
conforming to the rules of common sense j .ai
sincerely hope that the colored people w:
guided by reason and prudence in whatevex
The following ia the correspondence referre
CHARLESTON CITY BALLWAY COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., May 3,1867.
Major-General Daniel ?. Mickies:
GENERAL : I have the ho.ior to transmit- tc
the following resolution, which has been poss
the Board of Directors of this Company thu
Resolved. ThPt the cars be thrown open b
public, had that instructions be given to th
eral Conductors to recognize the right of al
sons to ride therein.
I am, General, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
JNO. S. BIOGS, Presid?
Official: J. W. CLODS, Act. Adt. Gen. and A.
HEADQTJAETZRB 2D MUTTABY DXSTBXO
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 3,1867.
DEAS SIB: I have great pleasure m acknoi
ing the receipt of your communication c
date, transmitting a resolution of the Bot
Directors of the Charleston City Ballway Corr
by which it is declared that the cars of the
pony axe open to the public, and that the ri
all persona to ride therein is recognized, j
this action of your Company will be apprecdi
- the right sense. You have removed an oe
for collision and disorder. Yon have adde
th er and emphatic testimony of the .dispoeii
the people of tho South to accept in good fa
legitimate consequences of tue en?ranchisen
?be colored race.., In the concession of a cc
Tight tb share the privilege conferred for thc
flt of all . citizens, you. novo discharged t
duty itt a maniiw most conducive to the pul
?erecta. ; -W <->. , -. .
ii m mars gratifying to sea the ^mrm
serves toke the initiative in measves tem
promoto tranquillity, concord and peace: 1
Sod mysaff oona train od to exercise anthe
secure those ends. Hence, I have not via
the impatiencabf 'those who desired to pr?
question upon tho attention of the rnilit
tuoritiss, feeling osnfldnnt that in. thia, aa i
similar matters^ a more satisfactory a?a per
solution would be found in tho voluntary a
thoao most interested in doing equal jostle
treed people, '.ii.sssf"* s ''
I ?m air, very res^tfclly A 'f_ ?
(S^obd) V: ?. ?S1UK.L?2
. ,, Msjor-GenoralCommai
JKO. 8. Brews, Esq:, President of th? Cl
THE HIBERNIOON.-It is rare that ari entertain?
ment Uko tho' Hibernioon is oxhibitod in thia city;
and it ls a curious- coincidonco that the Hfboraian"
Hall should bo used for thia purpose. MAO Evora
Hibernioon is a combination of the p*uO?asi? ???
the drama, and has. been playing with (rreat suc?
cess in different Southern cities. Tho first per?
formance will take place to-night, and from, the
programme published, we oan promise our read?
ers a rare treat, and would advise au to attend if
they wish to spend a pleasant evening.
INS CHANCE.-The Equitable Lifo Insurance Com?
pany of Now York, whose advertisement appears
in another column, is in every respect a J superior
company, and presents advantages that cannot bo
equalled hy any other similar corporation. At tho
the present time, whon each individual is anxious
to insure bis life, it becomes the community to
know which is the host and most profitable institu?
tion to invest in. By reference to the tabular
statement, furnished hy the advertisement, it will
be seen thal few companies are better prepared
to insure lives than tho Equitable. Mr. O. A.
BOWEN, 143 Meot:ng street, opposite Hayne, is the
agent of the company, and will toke pleasure in
giving information to all who apply.
BY THE following Order, taken from the Augusta
Press, it will be soen that the military have abol?
ished the chain gang system in that State:
HEADQUARTERS, POST OF AUGUSTA, 1
AUGUSTA, GA., May 2,1867. I
The following order hos been received at this
Post, and is published for the information and
guidance of all concerned:
HEADQUARTERS, DISTRICT OF GEORGIA, J
MACON, Ga., May 1st, 1867. )
[GENERAI* ORDERS NO. 6. J
L The use of the "ohain gang" as a mode of
legal punishment in this State, having been abused
bv the authorities empowered to inflict such pun?
ishment, is hereby discontinued, except in oases
connected with prisoners sentenced to the peni?
All Post Commanders within the limits of this
State ore hereby directed to enforce this Order,
and report any action on the part of the civil au?
thorities who refuse to obey the same.
By command of Col. CALEB C. SIBLEY. U. S. A.
JOHN E. HOSMEB,
1st Lieut. 16th U. 8. Infantry, and A. A. G,
Official : T. W. SWEENEY, Major 16th Infantry,
BrTvet Colonel U. S. A., Commanding.
THE CATTLE TRADE.-One of the unfortunate
results of the late war was the wholesale draft
-mode upon the cattle in the State in order to feed
the army. The stock -raisers have never recov?
ered from this demand upon them, and the Charles?
ton market hos been supplied only by the few
cattle that had escaped the clutches of the Com?
missary, or had been hidden in the swamps at the
time. At the close of tho war every one became
anxious to push their stock to market in order to
raise money for supplies, and the cattle were col?
lected from various ports of the country, ' and
shipped to Charleston. This tended to lower the
price of beef at the time, hut the temporary sup
ply was soon exhausted, and the butchers were
thrown upon their own resources to furnish the
market. The railroads were not completed, anc
there was no means of bringing Tennessee etoci
into Charleston hut hy driving them, which wat
laborious and expensive.
Formerly cattle were brought in large drove!
from the "West and Florida, but the war hos pro
baoly drained both of theso sections of their re
sources, as the supply has been extreme.;
meagre. The meat market of Charleston has boci
Gradually deteriorating and advancing in price
until at present the quality and quantity are fa:
behind the palmy days of yore. The high prict
charged, twenty and thirty cents per pound,. maj
be owing to the want of ?officient stock, hut wi tl
the facilities for transportation now presented thia
is inexcusable, and the condition of the market i
a great tax upon persons of every class, but par
ticularly upon the poor, who are often debarrei
from tile uso of meat by the exorbitant prices de
Ten and fifteen cents was formerly considered i
fair price, but with the same advantages for trans
portation, twenty-five and thirty cents is no'
charged, and the moat, of all kinds, is decidedly ii
ferior. It is singular that the caterers of the mai
ket do not endeavor to procure an abundance c
meit, for certainly at the present time the qualit
and .the price ore such as only necessity would at
MAYOR'S COURT, April 8.-A little colored bo;
who said he had no father or mother, was sent i
the?Freedmen's Orphan Asylum. .. *
, A female, who is regarded as an old custome:
.was fined $5 for being drunk and noisy in tl
An Englishman, with his face full of blossom
who was picked up from the pavement glorious
drunk, paid $5 for making free with the sidewalk
COURT or GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMI
PLEAS-HON. R. MUNRO, Presiding.-The ca
of Wit P. BOSE, MARY E. BOLLOUOH, and MA
BOLLOUOH-Arson. B. W- SEYMOUR, Esq., for tl
. This was a case of a family feud,, and the perso
were arraigned for having set fire to the hon
or J. SMITH HANLEY, about ono. .mile from t
premises of the . d?fendante. <'?
, It appeared, hy the evidence, that HANLEY h
come into Christ Church Parish: after the war, ai
had bought a small piece of land and had coi
menced planting.'' He had induced the dan ghi
of the defendant to marry him, and had, since t
marriage, lived at variance with his mother-i
law's family. . 'Warrants and cross warrante we
frequent, but it was only unt? this charge of t
son that the case was brought before a Court.
The different witnesses, both for the defeni
and; the prosecution were examined, .and thi
combined evidence tended to show that the pro:
cuting parties had been plainly at fault, and wt
in short perjured, .
. Neither the counsel for the defense or prose?
tion essayed any argument, and with a shi
charge from the Judge, the cas? was left to t
Jury, who, without leaving their seats, returned
verdict of not guilty. . ?
- When the verdict was rendered .the Attornt
General made a motion that a warrant of perjt
be issued against HAMLEY, which waa concurred
by the court, and .H SULKY waa arrested for i
misdemeanor. ^ .. . "_
The evidence elicited in thia cas? plainly ..pro'
that the charge was brought by malice, as ll
BOLLOUOH and her immediate family were pro'
to be honest and hard working, and their cond
waa guaranteed by many of the most respecta
I witnesses in the neighborhood.,
I HANLEY and hie wife were not only indioted
perjury, but strong suspicions were raised t
they had poisoned the late Mr. BOLLOUOH, I
had intended perpetrating a similar crime u;
the romainder of the family. .
After a recess of half aa hour, the case of Gat
Gains, Merritt Moore and Wm, Greene, colo:
waa taken up.
The prisoners wera charged with having st<
two barrels of superfine sugar from Messrs. G.
WILLI VB & Co.'s store,- on tho isth ApriL
theft was done through the connivance of Bom
the colored employees of the store.
R. W. SEYMOUR appeared for the . defence,,
the Attorney-General repHed. The judge chai
the Jory who returned a verdict of guilty. I
? HATS YOU ever considered ' this risk you roi
neglecting what is apparently slight Colds ? If
think before the seed of disease germinates in
system. MABSDEN'S PECTORAL BALK- has 1
found successful in the treatment of all cases,
sale by all druggists.
DO WIE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WTNEMAN & CO., Agent
To TBS LADIES.-Messrs. STOLL, WEBB &
beg to inform the ladies that they are again i
coipt of another lot of best quality calicoes (sii*
damaged,) which they will sell at 12} cents'on?
retail, for cash. They are also offering many c
styles of goods at low prices. Prepare your ni
randoms, and buy the best calico dress for $L
Apia 80 tuthi
. A new and important remedy for married la
' Circulars can be obtained and the article sap;
upon application to the wholesale agents.
DOWIE A MOTSE,
Southim Drug House, No. 151 Meeting sire
April ll , ' thstuSn
H.'.H. ? N
If,you., want cheap Blank Books; '
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
per, Sec.; - or, MILLERS' Almanac; .~?
If yon want Printing executed .neatly ;. .
If you wiint Books bound in any style,'br Ao
Booka made to order, with any desired patt
ruling, go to HIRAJI HARRIS, No. 69 Broad a
f~S PUBLISHED WEEKLY ?T NEWBERBY C. 1
A 'S3 per annum, and. bivina a- large- ciro
Uirot!(?h nil the upper ard lower restricts of tue
IaSw?? t?tam adva?iaaeai io awreiiiaias... ,?,?..('
Katoa tor advoi ?xtaft ?ery ro**rrnab?&-for whici
to our Agent, Mr. T. P- SLIDER, at tho MiSs Hou
.xi 1 TH OS. V. k S. H. 8BENEKI
november la Kai tors an* iiojpne
: - Auction Sale? TW? Day.
HJCNBT Conn, se Co. will noll this dav. at 10 o'clock, bo
[*foro their store. 9 bbl?, new potatoes.
J. J. BXASLET, ballin*, will sell this da/, at 10 o'clock, at
Ko. 330, Meeting street, opposite tho Pavilion Hotel,
bacon, bama, tobacco, butter, brooms, &o.
Maxy persons have. within this summer experienced
the benefits to be derived from the use of PAXKNTH'S
HEPATIC BITTERS. Wo would vocommond thom to all
who stand In need of a tonic .
For salo by-all Druggists. a October 0
Thc Mother's Treasure.
MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING 8YBUP ls the pre?
scription of ono of tho best female physicians and nurses
in the DU ted States, and has been used for thirty years
with never-falling safety and success, by millions of
mothers for their children. It cures wind collo, regu?
lates the howols, corrects acidity, and gives rest and
health to tho child .
Be sure and call for
"MES. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP."
Having the fae simile of "CCTITIB tc PXBxms" on the out
aide wrapper. All others are base '-vOf H?"?
For salo by BOWIE Sc MOISE, No. 101 Meeting street,
opposite the Charleston Hu tel. tutbs3 April SO
The Time to Advertise tn the Country.
THE PHOENIX has a largo circulation throughout the
middle and upr?- Districts of the State. Advertising
trates as reasonable as the stringency of the money mar?
ket will.w .ant Merchants and others wishing to uso
the columns of tho paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C. '
Free to Everybody.
A Largo G pp. Circular, giving information of tho:
greatest Importance to the young of both sexes. .
It teaches how tho homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and the forsaken lov ed.
No young lady or gontteman should fail to send their j
address, and recorra a copy-post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
THE . INFAMOUS PRACTICE OF ADULTERATING
BRANDIES having become so common, that a genuine
article is the oxccpHon, it is of vital importance to these
requiring lt for Family Uso and Invalids, that it should
be of undoubted purity and efficacy.
Wc are pleased to notice that the old and popular Wine j
importers, BTNTNGEB & CO., No. 15 Beaver street, -Now 'j
York, are very opportune in calling the attention of fami?
lies to their .
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they say, that, "With a view to mating the
popular demand for a reliable Brandy in its natural state,
free from alcoholic flavor and impurities, and fully appro
dating the feet ?hat it is often recommended by thu Medi?
cal Faculty as a sustaining stimulant, when all other re?
medies fail, we are now bottling and Belling at reasona?
ble rates a Brandy of our own importation from ono of
the most responsible Houses in France,' and known as
"BININGKB'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This Standard Article is sold by all of the prominent
Druggists._sCrao_ Feornary 2
CONVINCING. " I
FOXTON, Oswxoo COUNTS, July 1886.
Mesara. HOSTETTEK A SMITH :
Gentlemen:-I have been severely afflicted with
paralysis of the stomach, and even given up by several
eminent ?fcysidaTiB. I havo tried several remedies of a.
tonic and stimulating nature, but without any good re?
sult. Some three or four months ago I was Induced to
try your STOMACH BITTERS, and have used about seven
or eight bottles with a decided benefit My health ia
greatly improved ; and I consider your BITTERS tho
only efficacious, remedy of their kind in the market. "If
used as directed they will always provs a sovereign
remedy to those afflicted with dyspepsia or other dis I
casca of a like nature. Respectfully yours, . ... j
LYMAN MUDGE. '
HASTINGS, DAKOTA CO., Mum., August, 1866. !
Messrs. HOSTETTEB A SMITH, Pittsburg, Pa.:
Gentlemen .--Have sold your BITTERS ever slnco ]
they were brought out. and consider them the best j
among the roany before the public Tb ose brought out
since the tax has been imposed on elicits are trash. .1
never recommend them. .......
Respectfully and truly yours,
. R. J. MARVIN.
COLON, Sx. JOSEPH Co., Wim., July 31.186C.
Messrs. HOSTETTEB tc Baas :
Gentlemen :-I cons'der your. BITTERS a so vere! yn ?
balm for a thousand alla. Yours, truly, . . . i
D. C. REYNOLDS, M. D.
April 29 6
Know thy Destiny.
M>n?UB E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometric! an, 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 stata
of trance, she. delineates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and' by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psyebomotropo, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
in Ufo, leading traits of character, &c. This ia no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimon?ala caa assert. She will
send, -when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture ls what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock, of hair, and stating place of hirth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mail,
Xii communications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON. P. O- Box 223,
Hudson,N.Y. ly : March 30
SINGING BIBBS ! !
?LL THOSE WHO WISH STN GINO BIRDS, SUCH
species as GERMAN CANARIES, Learned Bull
also, an assortment of FANCY CAGES, will be pleased to
learn that they can have an opportunity. of Supplying
themselves, by calling on . *.>'*
Mr. W. SHAW,
AGENT FOR MESSRS. BEIOHE Sc BROTHER,
;.' I. OT HEW TOBE. ' . _??
who has opened at No. 95 MARKET STREET, a place
where he intends to remain for a short time only.
Maya_" -. S
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
FTTHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING" PERFECTED AB
J_ RANGEMENTS with some of the largest Produce
Dealers in Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York and Bos?
ton, are prepared tb forward VEGETAR AND FRUIT
to tba aforenamed marketa. Farmers wishing to have
. the products of their farms shtopecTto Northern markets
for sale, can arrange to do so by calling at our office.
KINSMAN fe HOWELL,
Maya_ stnin3: No. 153East'Bay.
Commission and Shipping
No. 48 EAST BAT, : : ' Up Stairs^
April 23 ' - ? rnthaS"
'ISO. 66 UTJI/TO?? STREUET, STEW YORK,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
FDELIBLE INK, BRUBHES, ZTNO FRAMES, BRASS
AND GERMAN SILVER CHECKS. KEY TAGS,
I STEEL RINGS, STENCIL DIES, &C-, Ac -
fUT Send for Circulars. -ffiSL
April 18_ -v. ' *8
????ELS lipW YORK.
BE LANEAU HOUSE.
BETWEEN Stn t?=5 Sit AYEXUSS,
NEW YOKE. V
FKOHTIH? UEK?BVOrS PABX. .
LARGE AND ELEGANT SUITS OF BOOMS FOR
families desiring accommodations in New York,
I transiently or permanently. - Tins ls one of the' most
airv and delightful locations in the etty. ''Table d'hote or
private. . .. A. M. DKLEVALETTE.
4M AND 4ih AVES?E. _
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORK. WILL FIND AT
this new and desirable House, the most airy and
coxntetahla ?wif>imr?"^at|"n* *i*r fflatnuies1 looting, per
manently or transiontly, ai liberal rates.-: Meals served
a la European or tabla d'hote. JV A. ROBINSON,
.??ya _ Imo Proprietor.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, ?
" March 1.1867. J
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSON H RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have cot executed their bonds and taken ont the proper
cards to show that they havo license to soil, -will be re?
ported as not complying with the law, altar Monday, 6th
Those who havo cards sro hereby notified to have the
same placed m a conspicuous placo in the window. All
failing to observe this notice-will also be reported, attar
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH, .
Marcha .... .- ,'L '.:<? .. .Clea* of Council.
Beal EstateAgents, Auctioneers
?y]0. ' OFFICE NO. .8? HAINE STREET. . ^ : _ _
: September 8 : >..i. .Lx.k\i. ? CKVII*:^
hS .? ' KTHE AIHENlPBESa'; V ,
?X I8 PROPOSEDTO PUBLISH IN/THE TOWN OF
Aiken, & CL, ? Weekly paper under the ahorattUe,
tobe devoted. ?? ?encrai Intelligences-Political. Com?
mercial, Social. lAterary. and P.oUgious-with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, including the Field, the Orchard,
tte Vineyard, and tte ' Godart A New? Summery, to
contain ? a digsst of tlw.unpartaht ev?nt? of .the week,
wm occupy ap ?onaf tte paper, ?nd particular atten?
tion willi? given to the unssttied^ues^ ci.lAbor. as
best adaptad to rrar nsw <*^l$^*?A .^'jgg'UiliggMHt
or tho reaources of tho country in Manufactures, Agrl
c*uture,Frmt-raiaIi^.s^^^ . .
Terras-?3 a year, in .advance. -'-vi
t?j?l i. ..ri.-.. H. .tr,' BAVENEL.KffltoT. ,i
W. & KIBKXAKD,Publlahsr. - Jaauaryal
ESTABLISHED 1859-8 YEARS I
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
NO. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Income, - -. - - - . - - 2,069,070
DiTidend February 1, 1867, oyer $600,000.
All the most desirable and popular kinds of LIFE and ENDOWMENT
Policies issued, and every advantage appertaining to the business granted
THIS CHARTER OF THE SOCIETY REQUIRES THAT ALL PROFITS GO TO THE ASSURED.
Dividends Declared Annually on the First of February,
AND APPLIED AS CASS TO THE REDUCTION OF FUTURE PREMIUMS. DIVIDENDS UPON THE FIRST
year's premium may bo applied to re oioing tho second year's premium, and so on annually thereafter.
Just and liberal dealing with tho assured, promptness in the payment of losses, and the greater advantages of?
fered to the assured by this Society, have secured to it a SUCCORS such as has not been equalled in the same space of
timo in thia or any other country.
" In the short space of seven years it has accumulated a fund of Over Titree Millions of Dollars, and has
secured an annual Income of Over Two millions. During the year 1806 alone it assured, by new policies.
Over 'I'lilrty Millions of Dollars, increased its income Over One Million, and added to its fund more
than Fourteen Hundred Thousand Dollar?.
It is thoroughly established on a Bolid baals, conducts its business on tho Cath Plan, and tts ratio of "Total Ex?
penditure" to "Total Cash Income" is less than that of any other company previously organised,
ITS POLICIES AVERAGE LABOUR THAN THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY, IN AMERICA, Bhowing that
for investments persons select this Society in preference to any other.
Tho Assured have the option annually o? applying their dividends in any of the FIVE following ways, under
the rules of the Society:
FXBS?-To the permanent increase of the sum assured.
SECOND_To the increase of tho sum assured for one year, or a term or years.
Tnnu> -To the pormaennt reduction of tho premiums.
FOURTH_To tho r?duction of the premiaos for ono or more years.
FIFTH-To tho reduction, of. tho number, of y cars.In which premiums are to be paid.
O. A. BOWEN, Agent,
No. 1? MEETING STREET.
WM. C. RAVENED, M. D., MEDICAL EXAXXHKB. stuthlmo May i
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C.. May 4.1S67. )
rpHE BEGUE AB INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
I inclosuree, Tanita, &c, wfll commence on Monday
next. Ct Inst Owners and occupante are hereby required
to seo that their premises are in good condition and that
all filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other Inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor QATT.T.AHP.
JL C. B. SIGWALD.
May*_0 _Chief ef Police.
P. V. BRANDT, Proprietor.
SUMMERVILLE IS RECOMMENDED TO INVALIDS. I
and others seeking a .salubrious and delightful
climate. Distance from Charleston 32 miles on the South '
Trains leave Charleston at 8 A. M. and 4:15 P. M., and
3 turning leave Summerville 7:10 A- M. and 2:30 P. M.
May 4 . atuthS
ICE G IR -E -A. IM! 1
SODA WATER 1!
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES ! ?
WE HAVE, THE PI.GASIHK OF AN?
NOUNCING to .t ie Dadles and Gentlemen of
Charleston, that we,. tte undersign od. have fitted upa
.STftgT.fTT.Ags F.RTA Ttr.TaM-RTTT, at tho corner of Meet?
ing and Hasel streets, where we will guarantee that yow
wUl finds superior quality of ICE CREAM 80DA WA?
TER, CONFECTION EBV and CASES. Hoping to re?
ceive a Rhare of the patronage of the.community, wo are
Respectfully, . JOHN OGREN.
Ww ii WUHINGTON.
April 13_: .. . Imo
TUL li Y'S,
NO. 124 KING STREET.
May2 : thstti
riTHE TJNDEBSIGNED WILD CONTINUE TO DIS
A PENSE this agreeable and healthful beverage, at
their well-known stands, No. 86 HASEL STREET, be?
tween King and Meeting streets. No. 42834 KING STREET
(Old Piquet G ard House), and at the head of CENTER
MARKET, northwest corner.
Druggists and others wishing to be supplied with
Fountains or Syrups, and dealers desiring Fountains
charged, will be accommodated upon reasonable
Steamers, Hotels, Restaurants and private families,
furnished with a superior article of bottled Soda, in quan
uaca to suit purchasers.
We are agents for the sale of A. J. Morse A Son's justly
celebrated Soda Water Apparatus, consisting of Genera?
tors, Fountains, Marble Draught Stands, Silver Plated
Refrigerating Draught Staads, Tumbler Holders, and all
apparatus necessary for the manufactura of soda Water,
at the manufacturers' prices, with freight added.
Dealers In Soda Water throughout tho State, desiring
an apparatus, will do well to examine the morita of
MjT^ Apparatus, before purchasing eloaewhere.'
Description catalogue and prico list sent to any address
apon application to JOHN BUCK et CO., Charleston.
While appreciating the very liberal patronage extended
tons during the post season, wo shall strfvo to merit ita
E. H. GARDNER.
Aprfl U , ? : : : ; . ano
' AND -
Anatomical Charts, French and
ARE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S I
JX. Bookstore. April 22
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE ! I
~ AA MORAL AND RELIGIOUS BOOKS; 10 cents
t J V/Vy Methodist Hymn Booka, 25 cents
Baptist Hymn Books, 25 to 75 cents - .
50U Moral and Religious Booie. 25 cents -
100 Southern Harmony, 75 cents
Catholic French and Spanish Prayers, 50 cento -
Episcopal Prayers. 50 cents to SLBO
100 The Charleston Book, 50 cents
Testaments, in French or English, 5 cents to SI
Pocket Bibles, 50 cents to il
Webster's Spelling Books, 10 cents.'
.SS1 f? .HART'S "BOOK STORE."
April IS '? : .'. ;. ? .? . -
TJie Reports of Sonth Carolina
- -V* AND . * ' . .*
TEM STATUTES AT LARGE,
T HALF PRICE, AT HART'S .
L April aa ? "?-.;>?:; ? -.y:. Bookstore.
;; ; ;\;cL0siNG''iJp
"' AT A GREAT SACHIFICK. .
BOOKS, ?APi?i: ENVELOPES, BLANKS, BLANK
halfpr^^'Kct0T^?'Sn?*?ln8?: ?nd Instruments, at
The subscriber having determined to retire from busi?
ness, pr?sent? to the public the opportunity or purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Fancy Goods, at hali
price. Bibles, Prayers, Testaments, in Tariety and size.
Hymn Becka of all denominations. Novels, Travels. Bi?
ograph^'History, .Tloology; - Scientific, Agricultural,
Gardening, Cooking and Sporting. WOKS, 'Note Paper Si
tota 50 ream, Detter and Cap Paper, at S2 SO to S3 ream.
Envelopes at S2 and S? 60 per thousand. Come and
avail yourselves of the'preseht opportunity.
'""*. ' ' SAUD. HART, SB.
April 8_ Imo ., - No. 332 King street
FRUIT ? FRUIT ! FRUIT !
TT n ARRIVED BY THE AZELDA & LAURA, FROM
el moog- '
1,300-bunches BANANAS -
30 dozen Pinewjifls'
! . Barrels of Green Ginger
Barr?la of Tamarinds,
ALSO ON HAJTO TS BTOttE:
ORANGES, LEMONS, Potatoes, Raisins and Figs
Assorted Nota, of all kinda.
For sale st: reasonable prices by .'? -'"I-.'
BART et WTHTH,
? Ho. 57 Market street, and
? ? ... . - B. PATTANI,.... I
?*ra_4_ No. 35 Market street
BEAUT x*?- Auburn,
Golden,. Flaxen, .and
b?ken CURLS produced by
tihe uso of Professor DE
BBEUX'S FRISER LE
CHEVEUX. One" applica
. non warranted to curl-tho?
most straight and stubborn ",-,."_
hair of either sex .nto wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
curls. Has been used by the fashionables ol Pails and
london, wlih the most graurying- ?esults: Does no In?
jury to tho hair. Price by mall, sealed ?nd postpaid, BL
n-'-"am circulars rna?ed rree. Address BERGER,
et CO., Chemists. No. 386 River street. Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for tho United States.
Maren,80:y-' ,', ,".._:. ? ly
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
; Merchants and business men try it for a fsw months.
"No risk no gala." Send on your cards end increase
your trade this fall. There's nothing to equal Prmtsr'a
Ink-lt has made i.nany a fortune.
Tertna for the paper-S3 per annum, in advance,
AdvertUemcnta inserted at tho rate of $1 per square ol
i werra linea or lees for oacn insertion. . .
_Cndsof ten lines os leas, st the rate of do for three
; Contracts by the yeer or for aix rnoflis; attVwriiff
llega of changing, on more favorable tana?. Address ? ?
"","; , . EDWARD A. BBOHtfON^ ..
- WovL-mbrr lv Vni.n*a*i -.ny ? tc???<cr.r.
THE ORANGEBUBG NEWS.
BZHLipSZD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
H>.?Bgf*urg, S. C. Terms S3 per unura.in ad
ivano?v r^-w..'. Jv,
During thc imrisg and fiffl aesaohs extra copies of the
rQ=a?2S5SS S=^^ bo crrculatcd.ior tho henaat o?
oar advert?ala, t patrons,
t .iContaact Advertisements inserted on the mort juara!
- tanas. Address . . . SAMUEL DIBBLE, ' .
<J_' . * . . - ' '. Wllwt.01 nneUiii?Kw
&?L?yP**lty.K J i -;-v ;; .:;^ : 'OrMig?*wrsi;ri ,;v
MIS CEI L A NE PUS.
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to with promptness and dispatch, and at
MODERATE CHARGES, BY
SMITH oe MCGILLIVRAY.
April ll_Auctioneers. No. 27 Broad street.
P. BON FORT,
HUDSON; near KINO STREET, rear of CITADEL.
FARM HANDS, COOES, WASHERS, HOUSE SER?
VA 'TS, Ac, wanted immediately.
Marchas .. .. tutha?m
TTTHY HAVE THAT MOST DISTRESSING DISEASE,
VT DYSPEPSIA, when Dr. C. G. GARRISON war?
rants a cure. T. ?
Price SL2S per bottle. . ,
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 211
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
BOWIE .? MOISE, "
? SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE, ' '
No. 151 Mooting street, opposite Charleston HoteL
April 29 mthsO
ELDER & BROWN,
? MANUFACTURERS AND PATB5T
! - **r EES of the celebrated COMB IN AITON
faMQIOnii. E AM? i; . I'.T TENDER. Vzc
*K|aiM|W ?Wicelling Horses, and all kinds of Rock
j^TB69^p^ing Bones, Invalid Obalrs, with double
r m*iWTf^T\. ?nd single' wheels,, from $25 "to $46;
Children'?. Carriages. Fancy, and. Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Invalid Carriages, made to order.. Fancy
Propellers and Baby Bockers, Ac. Ac, life-size Horse?,
made to order.
Depot, No 638 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. ?9,
450, 451 and (53 WEST STREET, New York:
October V. thstnlyr
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
TOYS, CHINA. SLATES AND SLATE
STRASBURGER A NUHN, FORCED BY THE RAPID
increase of their business and their present inade?
quate accommodations, have made arrangements to re?
move fro rn No. 65 Malden Lane to the extensive lofts of
No. 394 BROADWAY, near Canal street. Now York, on
tho 15th of March; offering there to buyers better In?
ducements than ever before. thstnBmos. February 28
tTTrmsKEBS and MUS- ^av'
TV TACHES forced to
grow upon the smoothest H.-JW
nico in from three to ATC
weeks by using Dr. SEVTG- Xfbtm
NE'S RESTAURATEUR RH
CAPILLAIRE, tho mont jjdtfflBWbw
wonderful discovery in mo- ^MBI18^
dem science, acting upon <ge
the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It.
has been used by the elite of Parla and London with the
most flattering success. Names of all purchaacnj will
bo registered, and if entire satisfaction ls uot given in
every Instance, the money will be cheermBT refunded.
Price by mau, sealed and postpaid, $L Descriptive cir?
culars and testimonials malled free Address BERGER,
SHOTTS A CO., Chemists, No. 285 River street Troy, N.
Y., Solo Agents for the United States
March 30 _? ..y
TP BEST TONIC NW i USE !
, November 27
LEAD PENCIL ?0IPANI,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
ISO. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCILS
of superior quality are manufactured and offered
at fair terms to the Trade. The public are invited !
ito give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre?
ference. . -
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO J. ION
' " DEALERS.
ASE FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
TEBMMOHIAI. J ?."
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
YALE COLLEGE, November 16, 1866. )
I have always- recommended the Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathsmatical drawing; but, after.a thorough
trial bf- the ? ?morir?n Polygrado. Lead Pencils, man- j
ufactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find them superior to any pencil in use, even to
the Fiber or the old English . Cumberland Lead Pencil,
belug a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
Those pendis are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold the point well;
they are all that can be desired in apencu, lt gires me
great pleasure to beattie to assure Americana .that-th ey
will no longer bc compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other loreign markst for penp'-ls
- :.. LOUIS BAIL,
I'-'." *' ? ' - Professor or Drawing, iee
. V.'ALL PEKCTLB ABE STAMPED:
??~ "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t ie exact name of the firm':'
jook to lt.. ' " 6mo :', ' December 13
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOTJNCEIO . ? EXTRACT ^
j BY 'W?' ' <* a letter from a
CONNOISSEURS il MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
':.;.',.. ? "?ff "- at Madras, to into
TO EE THE OKX.T jdf?7t\. Brother at
? , CN f??pMlI? WORCE3TEE, May.
Good Sanee iSSss^ia?:
" iFSStV? pe highly esteemed in In
P*WRV xriTTTimv ^S^?l01*most palatable, aa
EVERY VARIETY t?~%dw<Jl as the most wholc
rvo WTorr KgaSWjaomc SAUCE that ur
OP DISH. *?0^r?ade>
The success of this' moat delicious and unrivalled, eon.
dunant having caused many unprincptod . der jars to
apply the name to Spurienu Compounds, the P-JBLIO ii
respectfully and earnestly requested to see that tue nama
o' LJASC Pzmgxs aro upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE. -vV ?'. ?
Jd K BEI ST Bj VeiteiUr.
. JOHN DUNCirJ^ %'
x 3STJ=} W -srp?aa:, ? "
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED BTATE& '
: October 19 . '" '?'?'? .*';'' -xtorW?'''":<?
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS isa 13
JG* paSHshea st Marion, 8; a? in th? central portion
?Tthe country, and oner? a favorabla msdram teMer
chanta, Drnggiats. Machinists, and ag p?aseos who deane
to extend their bualneealn the Pee Doo country.
. For tao benofit of our advertising patrons, we aha?L in
S ^^^^?ri.U"^? Nantir tr?,
i creasing, publieh and dtetriuute gratmtously 8000 extra
... ^rta?*^A?^Hali|B?in?M^, n i'J r .Vf,*
wm bo ?old THTR r*.VY. it o'clock, st No. 136 Mooting
street, opposite th Pavilion Hotel, consisting of
BACON, HAMS, TOBACCO, Butter, Brooms, Tes. Soda,
Scales mut Weights, and the usual articles of a Grocery
?torc, levied on for rent due by . to-.
Terme cash. Gooda to bo removed immediately after
the sale. J. J. BEASLEY,
May 4_ Bailiff.
Comfortable Residence in King street, near South
BY ALONZO J. WHITE St SON,
Bro leers, Auctioneer?, and Real Scutate
Wm be sold on TUESDAY; the 7th of May, at tho north
of tho Exchango, at 11 o'clock.
That com1 ortable two Btory WOODEN RESIDENCE
situate on tho east sido of Klug street, ono door south of
Weems Court, known as No. 28. The House contains
six rooms with an additional building to the south,
which could bo converted into a store, with kitchen and all
necessary out-buildings on tho promises. Lot measures
TO by 180, bo tho samo more or less.
Conditions-one-half cash: balanco payable in one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of property
sold, interest payablo semi-annually. Building? to be
insured and policy assigned. Purcbasor to pay A. J. W.
it Son for necessary papers and stamps. May *
BY R. M. MARSHALL de BRO.,
Broken. Auctioneers Ss Real Estate Agents.
On TUESDAY, 7th May, at ll o'clock, will bs sold, at the
Exchange, Broad street,
1500 ACRES OF LAND In St James', Goose Creek, be?
ing near Pigeon Bay, and about 24 miles from Charles?
ton, on Stato Boad.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance in one and two
vears. scoured by bond and mortgage. Purcbasor to pay
for papers. _May 3
Auctions for Horses, Vehicles and Furniture,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
10 o'clock, as originally established by the RUOBCribers.
Furniture sales at Private Residences promptly attend?
ed to at low charges.
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street,
April ll Smo South Side near State.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, at
No. 88 Kins street, below Broad street.
Offers his services for the Bale of MERCHANDISE it
day and night at his store, also for the salo of Stock.
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce, r.est
city references will be given. Consignments Boucl:cd.
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
April 23 Imo
'FOUND BT I
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast
Inge in Iron and Brass of
Send orders to
J. M. EASON & BRO-,
i Nassau and Columbus sta.,
Charleston, 3. C.
BRIDGES & LAIN E,
, MANUFACTUREES AND HEALERS TN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Machinery ot* Every Description.
' AMO, .
TAITS. PATENT TtOTT.TWfi. LEVEE SHEARS
Wo. SO Conrtland-st*. corner Of Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
- Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolte,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, tc, tc
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS; Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Tri Turnings,
Belting of all kinds. Baggage Checks, ic. tte
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of CAR HEAD
ALBfhl BRIDGES..ICEL C. LANE
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER.
No. 314b Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills, Corn Milla, Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Milla, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gins, and all kinds of
Iron and Brass Castings, to order.
April 25 thstnfimo
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
BATES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
4-4 FLOORING, at ?35 per M.
5-4 FLOORING, at $25 per M.
3-1 LINING, at ?25 per M.
7-8 LINING, at ?25 per M.
We also have various other alzce of dressed and rough
LUMBrVR. Allot which wld be disposed of at lowest
EBAUGH & MALL0N?E,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD.
HORLBECK'S WHARF, NEAR N. E. RAILROAD.
' May l i; ..._.Imo
NEW YORK STEAM MINE C?.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR "WHEEL BOXES. '
BOLT CUTTERS, .
' ' AND
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREBOOM, No. 223 PEARL ST.,
: ' - SEW YORK.
December 1? 8mo
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
BROWN & MEL'S PATENT.
A PPBOVED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERN
J\_ MENf and Supervising Inspectors of Steamers,, at
the late trial cf the different PATENTS in Now York har?
bor, wita.ali fixtures complete. Price, $40 cash.
Thebeat and most economical of all tho Patente now
1000 yards 8 oz. COTTON RAVENS for Awnings
and Boat Sails.
7000 yards Druid Milla Cotton Duck, Nos. 1. 2. 3, 5,
6 and 7 at New York prices.
- SOO ooila Kentucky Baling Rope for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cordage
For sal? by
. JOHN TUOHEY,
April 35_hap_No. 48 EAS! BAY.
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
foll Iron frame anti Ovarstrung Barn.
KANU?AOTOEX AND WAR3HOU8S
Ba,aO Wes?Hoic3ton-str?et. *?. lt
HEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORE.
T!3E UBTDEBBIGNZD, MEMBERS OP THE FIRM Di
j X KBACSBAAS & OO., are practical Piano masen
and as s ooh have bsd a larra exporter.oe ta ooaneotSei
?Rh acas ol the bart Esiahrisbrnsnrs mthlaoonntri
aaa Europe- Their t ixaoa are made not merely fti
Utero, bat ty then, ?ld nader their lnirnedlstojsarsoiu)
s4p?rvisvm, anti they allow no instrument, to leave thei,
fictory sad into the hands of their ps&ooa. misti
they have a power, evenness, firmness and roundness o
Una, an elaaodty of touch-without watch mt: matre,
asst ought to bo ontWactory to th? public-aa weU ?
last durability tn eonsrwtctloa, which establea ?to r?
Min in su ?and te^tbitsnd sudden ehanoes of tot
They will at all times 1? happy teses the nrofsssiea
aod the pnbue at their Warepa, and torul^iarp??l
jw between th^evn,Pt?uoa ind ?bow *r any otho
? April M . yy .v.s. J'..,. : ??:
TB PUBECSSED EVERY WEDNESDAY, ' AT : SITH, j
; Jb 'Xt^tVK-t?tWBBSt^ !
-?Vete . Potatoes.
BY HES UV vOBIAoiCO.
THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock, before our ?toro, -will be sold,
9 Bli LS. NEW POTATOES._ May*
S'ocfr of a Country Store.
BY JOHN Ci- AI IL. NO K dc CO.
On TUESDAY. 7tb inst, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold, ct our
Auction Salee Boom. No. 133 Meeting street.
The remaining STOCK OF A COUNTBY STOKE. .
coNstTTKO ri* PART or:
1 Chest TEA. BLACK PEPPEB. Ginger. Soda, CIOTOS
Soap, Blacking. Nutmegs, Ground Popper and?8pices
Pickles, Smoking Tobacco, Tinware
Crockery, consisting of Dlshns, Pitchers, Bowls
Men's and Women's Shoos and Boots
Mon's Felt and Wool Hats
Lawn?, Ginghams. Organdies. Mozambique
Dress and Voil Ilareges, Irish Ll ii en. Linen Drill
Swiss, Jaconet and Mull Muslins
Black Silk aud Grenadine Veils, Linen C. Hdkfs.
Ribbons. Trimmings, Gloves
Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Black Silk Ties
Hosiery. Men's Linen Sacks, Pants, Silk Vos ts
Linon Shirts, with a variety of other articles.
Conditions cash. May 4
Samuel D. Humph., el al, vs. William S. Minus,
Adm'r. of.Min Hell, et al.-BihJor Partition.
By authority of a decretal order in this cause, made by
his Honor. Chancellor Johnson, at tho last February
sitting of this Court for Colinton District I will soil at
Rldgeville. on the South Carolina Railroad, on THURS?
DAY, the 9th day of May. at 12 o'clock M.
AU that PARCEL OR PIECE OF LAND, with BUILD?
INGS thereon, situated in the District of CoUeton, in tho
Ti wn of Ridgeville, containing about three fourths of an
acre, more or loss; bounding north by the South Caro?
lina Railroad ; south by Luko Doherty and John N. Cum?
mings' lots; west by W. Y. Layton and Thomas W.
Stutt's lots; and east by the South Carolina Railroad
Conditions.-Cash sufficient to pay cost of proceed?
ings; the balance on a credit of six months, secured by
bond and security, and a mortgage of the premises. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers B. STOKES,
May :l_C. E C. D.
Will be Bold, al PubUc Auction, on the premises, at tho
old Wood Yard on tho Pee Deo River, near Marion, S.
C. at 10 o'clock A.M., WEDNESDAY, tho 8th day of
A WOODEN BUILDING, formerly tho property of the
so-called Confederate States. The house is about GO by BO
feet of one and a half stories, with piazza ou two sides,
built of selected cypress lumber.
Terms cash, in Government funds.
In compliance with instructions from the Commis?
sioner of the Bureau R F. and A. L.
JAMES P. LOW,
May 1 Bt Lt Cob and A. V. M.
BY R. M. MARSHALL dc BRO,
Brokers and Auetioacrs, No. 33 Brand street.
At Private Sate
HOUSE AND LOT, No. 9 Atlantic street The Lot
measures twenty-five feet front by forty deep, and the
lieuse contains four rooms. 3 May S
NOTICE TO SAILORS OR IMMIGRANTS.
TrrvrrrT o? DOXTOUWUWO? n r.nr II.IV.T.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 13, 1867. J
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
the Legislature, passed the 20th day of December,
1B?0, all persons concerned are hereby notified to can at
this Office and take out the required license immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
derk of Councfl.
AS ACT FOB THE BETTER PROTECTION OF SEAMEN AKT?
ZMMIORAHTS Di TBS POST AND HARBOR OT CHARLES?
I. Bc it enacted, by the Senate and Some of Representa?
tives, nov> met and titling in General Assembly, and by the
authority of the same. That it shall not he lawful for any
person, exoept a pOot or public officer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving in the port or barber of
Charleston, beforo such vessel sholl have been made fast
to the wharf, without first obtaining 1 eave from the mas?
ter or person having charge of such vessel, or from her
owner or agents.
H. It shaU not be lawful for any owner, agent master,
or other person having charge of any vessel arriving ar
being in the port of Charleston, io permit or authorize
any sonora, hotel or boarding house Keeper, not licensed
os hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em?
ployee ot any sailor's or Immigrant's hotel or boarding
house, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
in, or lying, or . eing in tho harbor or port ot Charleston,
bet?re buen vessel snail have been made rast to the wharf,
or anchored, with intent to invite, ask or solicit tho
boarding of any of tho crew employed on such vessel.
TIT lt shall not be lawful for any sailor's or Immi?
grant's hotel or boarding house keeper, or the employee
of any sailor's or im i igrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded any vessel made fast to airy wharf
in the port ol Charleston, to neglect or refuse to leave
said vessel, after having been ordered so to do by the
master or person having charge of such veeseL
17. It sholl not be lawful for any person to keep, con?
duct or carry on, either as owner, proprietor, agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or immigrant's boarding house,_
or sailor's or immigrant's hotel, in the city ot Cnarursuh.
without having a license from the City Council thereof,
V. It shall not be lawful for any person, not having the
license m this Act provided, or not being the regular
agent runner or employee of a person having such li?
cense, to invite, ask or solicit in the city or harbor of
Charleston, the boarding or lodging of any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant arriving m
the said city of Charleston.
VL The City Council shall take the application of any
person applying for a license to keep a sailors' or immi?
grant's boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel,
In the city ot Charleston, and upon satisfactory evidence
to them of the respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant and of the suitableness of bia accommodations,
shaU issue to him a license, which shall be good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
keep a sailor's or immigrant's boarding house in the city
of charleston, and to invite and solicit boarders for the
VXL The City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
of thc disorderly cnaracter of any sailors' or Immigrant?*
hotel or boarding house, licensed as hereinbefore pro?
vided, or ot the keeper or proprietor of any such house,
ar of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, In in?
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
on the part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of his
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per?
suade or entice any of the crew to desert irom any vessel
in the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper or propne- '
tor, or any of rds agents, runners ar employees, revoke
the license for keeping such house.
VTTT Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
provided lor shall pay to the city Council aforesaid the
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. Tho said dry council shall furnish to each Bailar/a
or immigrant's hotel or boarding house keeper, licensed
I by them aa aforesaid, one or mare badgee or shields, en
! which shall be printed or engraved the name of such.
i hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number and
street of his ho'el or boarding house: and which ?sid
badges or shields shall be surrendered to said City Coun
I eil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, as herein provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding?
house keeper, and every ?gent runner or employee of
such hotel or boarding-house keeper, when boarding any
vessel in the harbor of rrjarlfftim, or when inviting ar
soliciting the boarding or lodging of any BfnTnnn. sailor
or person employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant,
shall wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred to in the foregoing section.
XL lt shaU not be lawful for any person, except those
named in the preceding section, to LAVO, wear; exhibit or
display any such shield or badge to any of the crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant ao arriving in
the city of Charleston, with the intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such Immigrant or ot
any of the crew employed oa any vessel being tn the
harbor of Charleston. .
vu. Whoever shall offend against any or either of the
I provisions contained in section X, % 3,4, 5, IO and IL ht
this Act shall be r.eemed guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
! shaU, upon conviction thereof, be punished by lmpriaon
I ment for a term not exceeding one year, and not.leas
than thirty days, ar by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and fifty donare, and not less than one hundred dollars,
oxby both auch fine and imprisonment
XLTL The word "vessel," as used in this Act, shall ia
! elude vessels propelled by steam.
I In the Senate House, the twentieth day of Decembtr, in.
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-six. - W. D. PORTER
I . Preeidem cf the Senate.
CHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker House of RepresentaUvee.
Approved December 20.1836 :
JAKES L. ORS, Governor.
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BEWARE OP ^UI^BPEITS.
ASE TOR PHALOS*S-TAKE SO OTHER.
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BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
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