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FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 18G7.
JOB WORK.-Wo havo now completed onr oluco
so as to execute, in tho shortest possible time
ATT, KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wo most re?
spectfully ask tho patrouage or our friends.
Post Office Notier.
TOST OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON. S. C., May ti. 1S<>7. )
Hereafter, until furthoi notico, thc Northeastern
Mail? will close at 1.15 P. M., and arriving at thc
Depot at 9.45 A. M. will bo rcadv for dolivory at ll
o'clock. On Sundays tho Post Ollie o will open at
12.30 P. M. for ouo hour.
Tho Mails for South Carolina Railroad will con?
tinuo to cloao daily at C o'clock A. M., and for tho
Savannah and Charleston Railroad at 0 A. M. on
Mondavs, Wednesdays and Fridays.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
INSURANCE.-We invite attontion to tho adver?
tisement of tho World Mutual Insurance Company
of New York. Captain J. ALFRED CAY in tho agent
for this city, and is prepared to substantiate all
said in the letter.
CORONER'S INQUEST.-Coroner WHITINO held an
inquest yesterday over tho body of Mr. JAMES
ROURKE, whose unfortunate death was mentioned
in yesterday's issue. Tho facts wore tho samo as
then stated, and the jury returned a vordict of
death from the accidental oxplosion of a shell at
AUCTION SALES.-Wo invito attontion to tho auc?
tion sales of Messrs. WM. MOCAY and JOHN CAMP
HELL, which w?l take place to-day, at their sales
rooms, No. 136 Meeting street, opposite to the
Pavilion Hotel. Thoy comprise a fino assortmant
of whiskios and rum, furniture, horses, ic. These
sales offer rare inducements to tho purchaser, and
we advise a large attendauco.
MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.-We learn from a letter
received in thiB city of a melancholy accident that
occurred in the town of Anderson, S. C. On Fri?
day last, Miss SARAH RUTLEDOE, a dauarhtoi- nf
lato JOHN Rm-"?-> "?ii nor home iii Ander
non to tako a walk, purposing to join her mothor
and sister, who had proceded her. Not returning
at tho customary hour her friends became alarmed
and went in search of her, hut without success,
and it was not until tho uoxtday that lier body was
discovered in Rocky river. It was supposed that
having takon the wrong path sho had lost her foot
? iag and fallen in thc river, and no ono hoing near to
rescue bor bad perished.
RoBRERY.-Robberies havo boon so frequent
lately, that scarcely a night pasaos without some
attempt beir.g made to break into a etore or bouse.
On Wednesday night tbs store of .Mr. \V. B. BURKE
iii Chalmers street, was entered by some evil de?
posed persons, and robbed of a fine coat, two
canaries aud cages and some smaller articles.
The robbers gained access to tho building by lift?
ing one of tho shutters from its fastenings, and
taking out the sash. Mr. BURKE bad just opened
bis establishment as a produce store, and thc
thieves anticipated a heavy haul, but were fortu?
nately mistaken. Tho case is now in thc bands of
tho detectives, who will soon bring the miscreants
THE CONCERT LAST NIGHT_Tara's Hall was once
again filled last night with a large and very
recherche audience, brought together by tho twin
motive of charity and the laudablo desire to en?
gage in the highly reined enjoyment of listening
to good vocal and instrumental music. Marion
Lodge, No. 2, of L O. O. F., before tho war, was
one of tho most prosperous and efficient benevo?
lent organizations in this city; but losses during
the war, and tho very large number of claimants
upon their bounty, have necessitated an extraordi?
nary effort to replenish tho treasury; and tho ener?
getic committee of arrangements, assisted by the
entire lodge, succeeded in bringing together a
large audience, and we hope,'also, a large amount
The concer t has been long on the tapis, and,
thanks to the unwearied efforts of Professors
BERKHAM and O'NEALE, and their ablo corps of
volunteer assistants, everything passed off re?
The orelie o tm, oHhangh represented by six in?
struments only, was excellent-every man being
master of bis instrument. There were two violins,
ene basa violin, flute, clarionet and piano. They
? <gave thc overtures "MasaniUo" and "La Panie
j^&Blanche,'' with admirable effect. The cborusses,
lra|]ao, showed care and industry, though there
akseemod to be a lack of voices, particularly in the
?Bfees. The Duett, sung by Miss G. P.. and Mrs.
Hn&<-MENDELSOHN'S "Ich wolli meine Zicb' erg?sse
HsnpA"-waa interpreted with much taste and great
Inartistic execution. Miss S. did herself brilliant
credit in ber Piano Solo, and, being loudly encored,
obliged the audience with a second piece.
The solo "Merry Birds," by GUMBERT ("Ich bill
Such, liebe Voegelein"), a very pretty song, was
admirably executed by Mrs. CARROL, and earned
ample plaudits. Prof. O'NEALE saug the Tenor
Solo (No. i on tho programme), and always a favor?
ite with tho public, was encored, and gratified bia
admirers with a repetition cf tho song. The duett
"Quel Mara, Quel Terra," sung by Mrs. C. and Mr.
F., wss conscientiously rendered, and followed by
the concluding chorus, tho popular "Away, Away!"
DISREPUTABLE CHARACTERS.-Our city bas been
infested, for a long time, with a set of lazy, worth?
less colored idlers, wbo have no apparent moans
of support, but are to be seen dressed in fine
clothes and lounging around the street corners.
These characters, who represent only a very small
portion of the colored class, aro well known to the
police authorities, and havo been frequently de?
tected in gambling and in cheating the honest
country negroes out of their hard earned money.
Within the past few weeks a number of robberies
nave occurred, but in every instance the perpetra?
tors have been discovered and committed to jail.
They have all been recognized as belonging to the
crowd of loafing vagrants mentioned above; and,
deeming it a wise precaution, several more of the
same gang were arrested on a suspicion of .being
I implicated in the late robberies.
! If this charge should be unfounded, they can bo
committed for vagrancy, which will have the effect
of ridding the city of their presence for a time,
*.' and of putting a curb on their propensity for ac?
quiring property unlawfully. The military au
if needed, aid the ponceT^rJUliiip way, but will,
securing auspicious persons. Since the incarce- '
ration of the eleven or twelve captured on Wed?
nesday, the city has been comparatively quiet, and
though robberies will still continue, the certainty
, that the thieves will be punished will nave a whole
i some effect in preventing the rapid increase of
;. j crime.
P CLEANING BRICKS.-The Burnt District was orna
H men ted during the greater pori ion of last year by
?jj crowds of busy freedmon wbo could be seen seated
<|| in the shadow of an old wall industriously engaged
lg in cleaning the burnt bricks and p?ing them neat?
ly ly in rowB ready for uso. This employment was at
% one time so common, and the number of freedmen
so numerous, that many persons imagined that
'M the day of reconstruction had indeed arrived, and
||J tbs raids made upon the old walls was only the be
kkf ginning of fae new era. Unfortunately then? opin
Irai ions were erroneous, and their dreams of "cloud
B '?? capped towers and gorgoous palaces" nave faded
1 '.i.-and left only the rack behind. The industrious
BL ^freedmen dropped off oue by ene, and, before tho
resolta of their work could bo seen and appr?cia?
is ;ted, there was scarcely a laborer left, though the
jgfcJliarvest was still abundant.
mf The reason for this wholesale desertion is un?
it known, the stringency of tho times and tho
V Bcarcity of labor may have been the cause, but it
is more than probable that the political agitations
produced by the Radicals of Congress bas slopped
the work and caused the apathy that has apparent?
ly affected both the laborer and his employer. A
vigorous onslaught on the rains would have soon
levelled them to the ground, and if no other good
result hid followed, it 'would have opened tho city
to the seabreeze, and by removing the unsightly
piles, have afforded a better pasture to tho cows
than they now possess. At present the burnt dis?
trict is an eye sore to tho community, Bat it is not
yet too late to improve it, and we are pleased to
notice that some persons have the energy to keep
np the work of restoration.
. During the post few days a solitary freedman
might'have been discerned in the vicinity of the
old Apprentices' Library sitting on a pilo Of bricks
like MARIUS at tho ruins of Carthago, but, unlike
bim, the African of our day was not meditating,
but industriously hammering away at tue obsti?
nate roortar. "One swallow does not make a sum
'. mer," but that solitary freedman' is, we hope,
the advacco guard of a mighty host, - who armed
with pick and trowel, will make a havoc among the
ruins that will soon number them among the
things that were. So moto it be. I
Tax BIBERNIOON, after a temporary suspension,
in consequence of the Odd Fellow's con?oit last
night, will resume operations this evening. . The
Professor, and BARNET, tho widow MACHREE, and
tho "glrril Judy," will all re-appcar with recupera?
ted powers. Tho tour will ho varied to-night and
parts of the island visitod, hitherto unknown to
tr ivellcrs. An attractive feat'.re will be "tho
Haunted Guido," or BAHNET and tho Ghost. Thoro
will also bo new comic and sentimental songs.
There is to bo a matinoo to-morrow afternoon,
and a last exhibition to-morrow night. Schools
and families will havo a fine opportunity to BCO
this splendid panorama to-morrow aftornoon.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY.-In reforrring to tho
blackberry vendors, wo bad no idea that wo had
made them tho bead contros of attraction, but this
has proved to be the case. Yesterday afternoon
ono Edward Gasnoy'a colored youth of a few sum
more, instigated by the devil and his lovo of the
fruit, made a rapid charge at a baskot full in the
charge of Eugene Ford, an African merchant, and
upsetting it, was soon revelling in tho spoils. His
joy was quickly turned to mourning, when pounced
upon by thc police and carriod to tho G uard House,
but being of a musical temperament he consoled
himself by singing, " In the prison coll Tm sleep?
ing &c," and snapped Iiis fingors at fate. His
natural ancestor applying for him, he was trans?
ferred to ber care, as she promised she would boat
the ton commandments into hun.
BISHOP "WIGHTMAN.-Tho Rov. WM. M. WIGHT?
MAN, D. D., L.L. D., ono of the Bishops of the
M. E. Church, South, is on a visit to this bis na?
tive city, tho guost of his kinsman, Mr. PEMBER?
TON, in Wentworth street. We announced, somc=
time since, that Bishop W. bad selected Charleston
as tho place of his future rosidence, and that be
would remove to this city in April. We nov, learn
that ho will not be able to accomplish it before
next autumn, as circumstances require his further
continuance at Greonsboro. Ala., whero he bolds
tho very responsible position of Chancellor of the
Southorn University, until his successor, who, wo
bcliovo, bas already been appointed, Bhall relievo
The Bishop, we learn, will remain with us seve?
ral days, and wo hope will favor his many friends
and admirers wibh one or more sonnons on Sunday
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-Hon. R. MUNRO pre?
siding.-The County Docket was continued, and
tho first case takou up was Dr. JAMES WHALES VS.
ELLIS YENNING. B. J. WHALEY, Esq., appoaredfor
the plaintiff. THEO. G. BARKER, Esq.. for the de?
fendant. This case was an action brought by Dr.
WHALES for loss sustained from wortliloss cotton
need purchased from Mr. YENNING. He claimed
that tho seed was sold without a guarantee as to
its character. Ho bad planted the seed and bad
watched it from its carly growth to maturity, and
was satisfied of its worthlessness. Mr. YENNTNG
had beon purchasing seed from every quarter in
order to soil it again, and could say nothing about
its origin or purity.
Mr. YESNTNG'S statement was that the plaintiff
bad planted the soed and did not inform bim that
there wai any defect until six weeks or two mouths
after planting, and then only through bis attorney.
The plaintiff had moroovor purchased seed from
other partios, which was planted the same timo,
and without any notification. A number of wit?
nesses wore examined and the case was argued on
both sides with great ability. Tho jury retired,
and after a long absence, brought in a scaled ver- j
dist .. . .
Besides this case, no general business of impor?
tance was done.
Decrees were rendered in certain civil suits and
executions renewed, when the Court adjourned.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-Hon. GEORGE
S. BBXAN presiding.-The United States ns. WIL?
SON E. PHOTHRO, of Aiken, S. C., for violation of j
tho Internal Kevenuo laws as a distiller, was taken
up. Major D. T. CORBIN, District Attorney, for
the prosecution, and C. H. SEHONTON, Esq., for the
defence. A number of witnesses were examined
for both prosecution and defence, and the defend?
ant being placed on the stand, denied his guilt in
The case was a peciliar one, and the testimony
very conflicting. The principle witness for tho
prosecution being a Mr. ROBERT H. LOFTON, who
was indicted for the samo offence, but who turned
State's evidence. His allegations were not sup?
ported by facts, and were frequently cou'radicted
by other witnesses. His statement was that Mr.
Pouxmao owned tho still and grounds, and that be
paid a nominal rent of $75 per mon? ii for the use
of them. Mr. P. was in copartnership in the dis?
tillery, receiving three-fourths of the profits, and
bad frequently run tho still in his absence.
MR. PRCTHRO acknowledged having sold whiskey
but denied being connected with the still. Able
arguments were delived both by the prosecution
and the defence, but the character of the prose?
cuting witness bad evidently weakened his testi
timony, and a verdict of Not Guilty was ren?
In the Circuit Court the cases of PETER PUBNES
rs. GABRIEL DAVIS, administrator of AT.TCV. ASH?
LEY, and FRED. A. FoBD.escheator. A Billin Equity
JAS. CONNOR, Esq., for complainant, W. D. POR?
TER, Esq., f jr respondents. The Master made a
report on the bond and mortgage, and on motion
of complainants soliciter, a decree of foreclosure
was made by the Judge, and the premises
mortgaged ordered to be sold to satisfy tho
amount of principle and interest due, as reported
by tho Master, D. HORLDECK, Esq.-$26,009.20.
THE UNION STATE CONVENTION AGAIN.-The dele?
gates to this Convention met again yesterday
morning at the African Methodist Cnurch in Cal?
houn street, and were at once engaged in trying
to rescind the work done the day before. A State
Central Committee bad been appointed, but it was
found that some were distasteful on account of
their obnoxious white color, and though perfectly
.villing to affiliato as a man and a brother, it was
sot considered the correct thing, and a motion
was made to reconsider. This created a windy
discussion among the members, in which their
knowledge of parliamentary tactics was conspicu?
ous, the chair ruling that a motion to lay on the
table was out of order. Nothing of any interest to
the community was transacted, beyond a resolu?
tion to adjourn, to meet in Columbia in July.
The Convention has so far been an evident
fizzle, as the State at large is entirely unrepre?
sented, and the few now in session are principally
from one section of the country. This would tend
to cause one-sided legislation, and the proposed
adjournment was at once agreed to. This Conven- j
rion is sustained and supported by money advanced
ano" it?E&oBfiEubbcan Congressional Committee,
gates, and to try if possible "tb ftfriBfeV .thadete
party in South Carolina. These dodges show to
the world that they ore not so sure of the South
as was exultingly stated in Congress, and the
stamp speakers, who have been sent out to ven?
tilate their noisome doctrines in the unreconstruct?
ed States, are the forlorn hope of the party, who
think, to use the words of one of their own
orators, "that they can slime ovor the South, and
then swallow it." Time will show them their mis?
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap 'Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, &c; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, SO. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOES DONE AT THE DAILY |
Auction Sales Tnt* Day.
J. A W. KNOX wal sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at their j
auction salesrooms, No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pa?
vilion Hotel, hird cages, furniture, carpets, Ac
Wit MCCAY A Jo UN CAMPBELL will sen this day, at 10 ?
o'clock, at their auction salesrooms, No. 186 Meeting i
Btreet, opposite Pavilion Hotel, new and seocnd-cind
furniture, Ac; also, stock of a wholesale liquor ?tore ; j
also, horse, two seated buggy, Ac.
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at his !
Store, corner King and Liberty streets, 78 cases boots and |
A. H. ABRAHAMS & Sons will sen thia day, at lo>? i
o'clock, at their salesroom Ko. 35 Hayne street, prints,
hoopsldrta, hosiery, Ac; also, soap, wine, &c; also, un- I
der direction of 3. P. M. Erasa, TJ. 8. Marshal, coats,
pants, vests, blankets, tte.
WILBUR St SON win sett this day at^lOJi o'clock, at
their sales rooms, corner State and Chalmers streets, ale,
older, tables, Ac.
A Fact Worth Knowing.
Thc best investment for an invalid, who Buffers from
debility or leas of appetite, ia a bottle of PAHKNTH'S He?
patic Bitters, os it wfll be sure to give relict For sale by
all Druggists. f"
Headquarters StTna Military District, ?
CBABLXSXOW, 8. C., May 8,1867. J
[OEwauiL OBJOKBSNO. 18-1
I. On thc third Monday of July next, in obcalonco to
ibo rcquiremeute of tho Act of Congress, passed March
23d, 1807. tho Commanding General Trill proceed and
cause to ho mode ? Registration of tho mole citizens of
tho United Stales, twenty-ono years of ago and upwards,
residents of North und South Carolina, not disfranchised
for participation in thc rebellion, or for fc'ony at com?
IT. Ono or moro Boards of Registration, consisting of
throe dlBcroo". and qunliflod persons, to bo appointed by
the Commanding General, will bo organized in each
County or City, to make an? complete the Registration,
superintend Um election to bc hold thereafter for Dolo
gatos to a Convention to frame a Constitution, and moko
returns to him of tho vote?, hst of voters, and of thc
persons elected as Delegates by a plurality of tho votes
cast nt such election.
III. Thc Counties in North Carolina, and the Geograph?
ical Districts lil South Carolina, will, for tho purposes of
registration, bo divided iuto convenient Registration
Precincts. Ia each Registration Precinct a Board of
Registers will, If practicable, be organized, several
places will bo designated in each Registration Precinct,
whore tho Bonni will moot, and citizens eligible to Reg?
istration may go and be registered. Tho Board of Reg?
istration will remain lu session two days, from Bunriso to
sunset, at each placo of meeting. On thc adjournment
of tho Board a copy ot the list of pcrsor..- rc giste rod will
bo deposited inn suitable place within tho precinct seven
days, for public information. And thereafter tho Boord
will again visit every precinct, and revise the list of
voters, hear objections from citizens as to any adjudica?
tion mode, and register any person who may have been
unable, by reason of illness or other good and sufficient
causo to attend the first session of the Board.
rv. All Dorsons appointed to moko the said Registra?
tion of voters and to' conduct said election will be requir?
ed, before entering upon their duties, to take and sub?
scribo the oath prescribed by tho Act approved July 2d,
1862. entitled "Au Act .to pr^B?ribo an oath, of office."
And if anvporsoa shall falsely take and subscribe such
oath'or affirmation, such person so offending and being
duly convicted thereof, shall be subject to the pains, pen?
alties and dlsabllitcs which; by law, are provided ibr the
punishment of the orime of wilful and corrupt perju?
ry. The form of the oath ia herewith published, aa fol?
lows': -' .. .. '."'
"I, A. B., do solemnly swear (or. affirm) that I have
never voluntarily borne arma against the -United States
since I have beon a citizen thereof; that I have volunta?
rily givsn no, aid, countenance, counsel or encnurncs
mont to TWO.-?_ft-n-,<Hi un- armed hooutiiy thereto: thot
i have neither sought.' nor accepted, nor attempted to
oxercAsi the functions of any office, whatever.under any
authority, or pretended authority, in hostility to the
.United States; that I have not yioldod a voluntary sup?
port to ?ny pretended government, authority, power or
eon s t i tu ti on within the United States, hostile or inimical
thereto. And I do furtherswoar (or affirm! that, to tho
best of mv knowlodgo and ability,.I will support and de?
fend the Constitution of tho United ? States, against all
enemies, foreign or domestic; that I will bear true faith
and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation
Treely, without any mental reservation or purpose of
evasion; and that I will weU and faithlully discharge tho
duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So
help me God. .
V. Members of thc Boards of Registrauonwill bo al?
lowed as compensation four dollars a day for each day
actually and necessarily employed in the performance
of their duties, and ten cents a mile for each mile travel?
led on duty. Officers or the army detailed for such duty,
will bo paid tho per diem and mileage allowed for at?
tendance on Courts Martial.
VT. Anv citizen desiring to serve as a member of a
Board of Registration may forward his applica?m to
these Headquarters, addressed to Captain ALEXANDER
MOOBE. A. r. 0. No application will be considored un?
less accompanied by a written rocommendatiou Bi'trned
by oithor by tho Provisional Governor of the Stato, a
Judge of tho Circuit or District Court of the United
States, a Collector or othor pr'nolpal officer of Customs
or of Internal Itevonue, the Assistant Commissioner of
the Freedmen's I^reau, or the Commanding Officer of
thc Military Post within which the opplic .nt resides,
certifying the applicant to bo a fit and proper person to
receive thc appol traent,
VII. It is e.iscntinl that every Board of Registration
should bo composed of persons of recognized considera?
tion and worth, fairly representing the population, and
in whose impartiality and capacity tho body of voters in
the vicinage moy have just reliance.
Vi Li. The boundrics of p ecincts for Registration, the
several places within each precinct whore tho Boord of
Registration will meet, the doy or days on which tho
Boord will meet in each precinct, and. also, such regula?
tions as may bo necessary for thc government of Regist?
ers and of Inspectors of Election in tho discharge of their
duties and to ensuro the accuracy and completeness of
the Registration, will bo duly published for general in?
TX. Post Commanders will report without delay upon
the most expedient division of the territory ? ithin their
commands in o Registration Precinct\ having reference,
when practicable, to existing laws a..d customs establish?
ing the usual voting places, and seeping in view thc im?
portance of affording ample facilities for registration
with the least iiner.-uption of tho ordinary avocation? of
By command of Major. General D. E. SICKLES.
J. W. CLOUS.
Captain 38th Infantry;
. A. D. C. and Act. Assist. Adj't Gen.
OFFICIAI, : ALEXAOTEB MOORE, Aid-de-Camp.
Office of thc World llutual Life Insurance
Company, No. 1X7 Broadway.
NEW TOBE, May 1,1867.
Dear Sir :-After a careful and thorough examination
iuto the merits of the various Life Insurance Companies
doing business in this city, I have selected tho WORLD
MUTUAL as the ono for which, and with which, I can
work with the beat assurance of giving present and last
lng satisfaction to my friends who shall desire to avon
themselves of the privilege of securing an absolute in?
heritance tn their families, or a sure support of their own
The reasons for this selection are:
L The World ls a Mutual Company, and therefore in?
sures its policy holders at cost-each policy holder shar?
ing its surplus income.
2. It has an unusually large guarantee Capital-$200,
000-paid in and invented, far the additional security ol
policy holders; Urns giving the insured all the advanta?
ges of a Stock Company, with none of its disadvantages.
3. It- Mutual Premiums ore lower than those charged
by the average of-Companies, and are such as experience
has proven to be safest and most economical to the poli?
i. It? Non-participating rates are actually lower than
aro charged by any other Company in the world.
5. Its business is transacted upon a cash basis, thus
securing its patrons beyond contingency. Its assets ore
prudently and safely invested, and do not consist of irre?
deemable promises-to pay. .
6. Its dividends ure payable annually after the second
year, thus givinit every policy holder the benefit of thc
surplus income received during the year-not delaying
him three or fire years-not appropriating the profits on
his money for three or four years to others in case he
ceases topaypnniiums,.or in case of death.
7. Its dividends aro made upon business principles.
Each policy holder receives tba benefit of each payment,
and of the time hie capital has been in the Company,
precisely as every well conducted business house divides
its profits among its. partn?rs.
8. Thirty days' grace are allowed in the payment oi
9. Losses are paid thirty days after notice and proof ol
10. All policies are nonforfeitable after two annual pay?
ments. ? - . -
C0nii52ie_restrIetioaa upon trav?l are lesa than' in most
quire. ..; - ?.- '~~"?*-MB,Justice and safety re
12. Policies are not rendered void - because or
-this Company taiing the rational position Of. attribu
ting suicide to insanity. ".'
Lastly. Its management is absolutely unsurpassed
and commends lt in the highest ternis. A glance ot tat
names of Officer? and Directors will indicate the posi
tlon and character of the Company. - No better men cai
be found in any country--ho names indicating bette:
business talent-higher 'financial position and integrity ot
character, or grater exeontive ability. Pallare here ii
Altogether, I know no. Company presenting so many ad?
vantages to the assured -, and a- careful investigation hst
not indicated a single de fee t, nor a point for unfavorable
Soliciting your favorable consideration, I remain, -
. Very respectfully yours, . . , .L
A. P. MEYLEBT,
General Agent for Sou thorn portion State of N. T.
Our friend J. ALFORD OAT is the General Agent foi
the State of South Carolina, office in rear of Elmore In?
surance Company, LAW BANGE/BROAD STREET. '
May 10 v.'"....*..... .j j'..
Who is Besponsible?%
Victim of debility, who is rasposiolo for your feeble?
ness ? Not yourself, iou wTfl'/say, for you've done el
yon could to cure lt, .That's a mistake on .your part.'.
Yon haven't tried HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. .?. ; .j;'";!
Gloomy .dyspeptic, with an uneasy stomach and i
world-weary face, of course you don't think'youra?lf re?
sponsible for your ora torments., But you sr*.. Ii. ii
oosy to seo'from your condition that . : - ' .
Yon haven't trial HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. 1
BIBiaus.Bufferer, it lernet your fault, yon think, that
your' symptoms grow-naree doy hy day. : Blue'.'pil
doesn't db yon any;good'. . Very likely. ! .tpai'yfo.ciii?it
brought round for ?littst. . ; -<- .U:u'.:
Why haven't you niel HOSTETTER'S'BITTERS ? .
Friend, on whom. Fever, and. Ague oltoraately blowi
hot and cold, and whose brain seems to be bursting wlti
the effects of some-; powerful' drrij,' do yarr assume tai
responsibility? 0,jiol' You've iaion.piles,of quinine
and all tho r?gulation mould cos. ? What could you di
more? .One thing .raororr-tao-.- very 1hiafV:.thi*: 'vrouK
have exempted, jjm.?f^in 'tt?. the pang?, that now aol
you.: .?'..;.',.'.'.. ,;.:,'.:.:.;....';..'.';....:,;...".:.'.''-.': B.I?C
You have .noter trled/HoSTETFER'?r iui'l'tiRH.
Nervous invalid,- IwbfV.PAve yon .to,; assy ?..ion pla?
thityou hove totoxi all - the-hervinos of tho phirma?c
finit. Ton ora sot rc.s^n.idbhk'.':Wrong, all .wic^. Yoi
absolute apeoiflc?, 0 . litro
ESTABLISHED 18451-22 Y RAES!
ASSETS OVER $7,000,000!
THE POLICY HOLDERS RECEIVE THE ENTIRE PROFITS, AtVD ARE THUS
INSURED AT THE ACTUAL COST OF THE COMPANY. DEDUCTING ONLY EX?
PENSES OF MANAGEMENT.
?a- A roLicY OF
LIFE INSURANCE is
always an evidence of
and no ru&u with a de?
pendent family is free
from reproach, if his
life is not insured_
7he late Lord Lynd?
hurst, Chancellor oj
US' THERE IS
-f / nothinii in tho COM
w h i n h approaches
oven remotely, to tho
SECURITY o? a well
ostablishcd and pru
dontlv managed LIFE
ANNUAL DIVIDEND FIFTY PER CENT.
(FOB TEHEE YEARS PA*T. AND LIKELY TO CONTINUE.)
AGE, ASSETS and DIVIDEND, or RETURN* PREMIUM, (reducing tlie same to actual cost,) are tho RULING
CONSIDERATIONS in deciding the relativo SECURITY and SKILLFUL MANAGEMENT ol Life Insurance
THOMAS FROST, Agent for South. Carolina,
No. 06 BROAD STREET.
JNO. L. DAWSON. M. D., I PllvaicianB
FRANCLB L. PARKER, M. D., } rayacians.
. April 27 mwilmo
GENERAI. TAX KOTIJE.
IWILL BE El CHARLESTON ON MONDAY. 20TH !
Instant, for ono week. ending Saturday, ot Court
House, to r.rotvo RETURNS FOR TAXES FOR 1800,
after which tim? ray books wi II t>o c\o??:i. Persona in?
terested will piesse bo punctual as my henna? -ui ...?
admit ?r u>7 ooL'iciiiK thom out. Plantera employing
lreedmen are required, by Act of the Legislature, to give
m tho names of all males bctw.'on 21 and 50 years old,
.or capitation tax. They are requested also to give tho
number ot dogs, and by whom owned. All other persons
and freodmon must maleo return for enpitation tax, or
bo double taxed. J. V. CLEMENTS.
Tax Collector, St. Andrew's Parish.
May 10 sw2*
The Greenville Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 50 PER
year, in advance Advertisement? inserted at usual
rates. G. E. ELFORD,
May ll)_Editor and Proprietor.
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to with promptness and dispatch, am1, -.t
MODERATE CHARGES, BY
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
April ll Auctionocrs, No. 27 Broad Btreet.
f| ULE UNDERSIGNED ABE ASSOCIATED AS PART
i_ NEBS, and propose to practice in tho STATE
COURTS OF LAW AND liQUITY for the District? Ol
Barnwell, Beaufort and Colletou, under the name and
style of "DAVANT."
Omeo, for the present, at GILLISONVTLLE, South
Carolina. lt. J. DAV ANT.
November?" fin J. f. HAVANT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
"?T7TLL FBACTTCE IN THE COURTS IN EAST
Brferenca-MOCBADY & Sos, AHAUS A FBORT. WM. MO
BUB?OY, Esq. f 6mo" December 21
BETWEEN 5tH and Gtb AVENUES,
FBOSratQ RESERVOIR PARK.
LARGE AND ELEGANT SUITS OF BOOMS FOB
families desiring accommodations in New York,
transiently or permanently. This is one ol the most
oirv and delightful locations ha the city. Table d'hote or
private. A. M. PELEVALKTTE.
Moy S ? Imo
42d AND 4in AVENUE. .
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORK, WILL FIND AT
?ils new and desirable House, the most ?try and
comfortable accommodations for tanulics locating per?
manently or transiently, at liberal rates. Meals served
a la European or table d'hote. J. A. ROBIN SON.
May 3 Imo Proprietor.
General Commission Merchant,
Ma_xfacturer of Pnoer,
OP VARIOUS KINDS.
KO. 13 7 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
TPyEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
J./ evervdescrlption tor its manuihrture.
Decemuei IS '''i-o
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
I EN Df Li TO. . -No. UC KING si'ttEtT.
August 31'_nctwceh,;r;rji6 tMifo?jttfljfc
S. A. LAMH?BT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN OBDEBS FILLED ON
. : COMMISSION.
Office of John P. Newkirk,
Sb 127. BEADE-STBEET, C0BNEB HUESOS,
t&- Agency tor EXTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS'. All orders sent will .bo promptly at ende?!
'to. ?mo? TVf-#iml''^1r ift
rrans SOAP REQUIRES ONLY ra BE USED TO
I prove its: superior quality. Use iras you would
any common Soap; Try it and yon will be convinced
that it is superior to any other article in ? market.' For
sale by Grocers genei ally. ? .
Monnihotnred by TAYLOR ft YOUNG, No. 186 Front
street. New York.- For salo by .
GRUBER ft MARTIN,
No. 230 King street
. H. BISCHOFF ft CO.,
? Oom er Church onTraayne streets.
. DOWTE ft MOISE, Druggists,
No. 161 Meeting street,
? Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 23 _wire6mo
^VILLIS & CHISOLMf"
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
: 'lc 1 AND.
S HIP PING- AGENT S.
TTJTLL A?TENB- TO THE PURCHASE, ' SALE AND ]
II "SHIPMENT '(to foreign and Domestic Ports)'ot !
COTTON. S? CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOBES. j
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. 8. C. ..
E. WILLIS._A. E. OHISOLM
October 2B ? ? V:
- Free to Eveiybody.
A Largo 6 pp. Circular.. giving information of the
greatest importance to tho-young of both sexos.
It teaches how the homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and tho forsaken loved. --
' No young lady or gentleman: should fail to ' send their
address, and receive a copy pontpai?, by return mau. '
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 ' - ljr . ' ' 'Tro/, N. Y. '
MADA- E. F.. TSOUNTOS, tho great English Astrolo.
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who boa aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, bas now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N'Y. .'Madame TUOBSTOK pos?
sesses snob wonderful powers of- second sight as to ena-,
.hie, ber to Impart knowledge of the'greatest importance
to the tingle or married of .either. sex. While In a state
of trance, abo delineates the rory features of the person
you aro io marry, and by'tho aid of on'lnstrumoht of in?
tenso power, 'known as the j^yohonjotropo, guarantees to
produce a life-Hke picture of tho furore husband or wife'
,ot the applicant, togother with data, of marriage, position
in life, leading traits of ohoracto, Ac. IWa?ia no hum?
bug, aa thousand 'offesttmoiilals caa assert. -She will
?end, when dialled, a berftflcd certificate,or wi tton
enclosing a amaU lock of hair, and stating place pf birth, [
age, disposition and bbm^Iexibri, and enclosing fifty cents
,aiid stomped envelope ?r?rfiraefl tojooraelf, yr^ willre-:
Ooivo tho-picturo and disired Information by T?_ jnail;
All MmmanicaOona ?Icttttty ;??f#en'li?L ;^ot^..u>
Hudson, N,Y. : ir ?;. March30
SHIP GHANDURY, ETC.
BOAT DETACHING APPARATUS.
BROWN* 4'LOVE'S PATENT.
A PPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERN
J\. MEN T and Supervising Inspector? of Steamers, at
tho late trial of the dureront PATENTS in Now York har?
bor, with all fixtures complete Prico, i-40 cash.
. Thc best and most economical of all tho Patents now
1000 yards 8 oz. COTTON KAYENS for Awnings
and Boat Sails.
7000 yards Druid Mills Cotton Duck, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5,
G and 7 at Now York prices.
300 coils Kentucky Baling Rope for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cordage.
For salo by
April 25 Imo No. 48 EAS ? BAY.
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS
I TAPER ESTABLISHMENT a mdBt extensive and
Supplied with a great variety of PLAIN AND
FANCY TYPE, of tho latest and most approved
styles ; and we have evory facility for executing
all kinds of JOB WORK in
Bill and Letter Heads
&C.j &c, &c.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE
SIRING JOB WORK, will please
! leave their orders with . tis. We
will guarantee as good work, and
at as CHEAP RATES, as can be
had in Charleston.
C4THC?RT. WMILLA?? os MORTOK.
i CLOSING UP AT A GREAT SAC?
BOHN'S LIBRARY AT FIFTY CENT8 A VOLUME.
Engineering and Architectural Works.
Agricultural and Gardening Works.
Coolong and Sporting Works.
All the above works st half price, at - -
May6 . S. HART'S, Book Store.
Anatomical Charts, French and
ABE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
Bookstore. . April 23
I GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE !
ST rv A MORAL AND RELIGIOUS BOOKS, 10 cents
OUU Methodist Hymn Books, 25 cents- -
Baptist Hymn Books, 25 to 75 cents
600 Moral and Religious Booka, 25 cents
100 Southern Harmony, 75 cents
Catholic .French, and Spanish Prayers, CO cents
Episcopal Prayers, 60 cents to CLEO ?.
' 100 Tho Charleston Book, 60 cents
Testaments, in French or English, 5 cents io SI
Pocket Bibles, 50 cents to SI
Wooster's Spelling Booka, 10 cents.
CaU at HART'S "BOOK STORE."
' April 16 .
The Keports of South Carolina
. ? AND
THE STATUTES AT LARGE,
A T HALF PRICE. AT . . HART'S
f\ April aa ? Bookstore.
?CITY TAIES-SIOSTHLY RET?RBIS.
OFFICE OP THE'CTTY ASSESSOB,'!
Orrr H": May L J
"TVTOTTOE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
JV i that the Mont-ly Betuwur for thr month ^f, Apr?
past, in compliance with tto Tto, Ordtoai^^raiiaed <m
Se "dayowSwsmbar, 186?; inuattieniaaet^bo.
forethe 16thmat- - ; r, r ' . a GJB80S,
? ? . ?- 13 ?" City A??6a*or.:
X?Pt ? - - OFFICE CHIEP'OF Bifi'EOTlVES, )
. ' CHanucsTON, Mavtta.1887. J
I April last, by some of the OtUcera, P VIOLIN- AND 1
CASE? Vemtoboatolen. ^^1?^^??
May 9 1st Lieut ?adouciof DeiocttTos.
Bird Caner. Furniture. Carpet?, <tc.
BY J. & W. KNOX.
THIS DAY. ot in o'clock A. M.. at their nm-Hon sales?
rooms. No. 138 Mo. Ung etrcot. oppos to Pavilion Hotel.
will be Hohl.
MAHOGANY FOnit-PORT AND FRENCH BED?
STEADS. TU-ck Wnlnut <lo.. Cot'age Set?, Chair?. K?ck?
ern. Bureau?. Sideboard, Table?. Mattresses, Washstands,
leo noui>o, Meat tfnfce, Carpet?, kc
24 On. PAINTINGS.
30 Bird Cage?.
Condition? cash. May 10
Spcenlv-t'wr rases Pools o n't Shoes.
BY MILES ORA KV..
THIS MORLING, at 10 o'clock. I will ?ell at my Blore,
..ovnor of Kin? and T ibertv streets,
76 CAS^^nOOTS AND SHOTJS. the bc?t aBsorlnient
ofTered ti^at-asnn. compris'nc the following Btvles:
CASERIB^'S FTNE CALF P. S. HOOTS
CascB MoB fino Calf Prince Albert?
Cases Me^B fine Calf Mount Vernon
Cuses MenBcnlf-nd Bufr Brogans and Balmorals
Cases BoysJCalf Bort?. 1 to !i
Cape? BovtSnd Youths' Balmoral?
Cases Lanley Morocco and Kid R. R. Balmoral?
Cases Ladles' Lasting Conere??.
A fine assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND CHIL?
DREN'S BALMORALS, Slippers andGaitors. in enrtonns.
Term? cash. May 10
XTni'eil Waten Marshal, Sate. Smith Carotina /)?V
frftrf. under erernlion Itu consent nf parlies.
BY A. H.AB RAH A MS & SONS. Awe?! oiioer?,
fVo. 35 Havnc ??root.
By virtue of a writ of execution directed to me by the
Honorable the Jud"e of tho District nforcsaid. I will
expose for ?ale nt Public Auction. THIS DAY. tho Kitti
inst., at 10'< o'clock, nt No. 38 Havue street.
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES :
COATS I Pairs BLANKETS
Pairs Pants Piece? Flannel
Vests I Dozen Hat?.
J. P. M. EPPING.
Conditions cash. U. S. Marshal.
Sale to clone C-ansianments.
BY A. II. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAV. tho 10th Inst., at 10 '-i o'clock, wo will sell at
our salesroom. No. 35 Havno Rtreet.
CASFS PRINTS. I - DOZEN H SIERY.
- dozen Hoopskirts. I - dozon Neckties, Ste. kc
BOXES FAMILY SOAP. I BOXES WINE.
Boxes Claret, Caso MuBkets, kc, kc
Attelions for Horses. Vehicles andi FurnUitre,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
10 o'clock, as originally established by the subscribers.
Furniture sales at Private Residences promptly attend?
ed to at low charges.
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street,
April ll 3mo South Side near State.
Auctioneer and Commission Mercliant, at
J1". SO) 'Kine Btrcct, hcloiv Broad st rc?.
O?erw nisRcrvrcCn -v" ""," of MERCHANDISE 11
day and night at his st?r?, also i... _," *r slo,.]?
Bonds, Real Estate. Vessel?. Horses and Produce."' ;
city references will be given. Consignments BoliciieO.
Term? moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
April 22 Imo
C. J. SCmiPEuRBLL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KLNG AND ST. PHILLP.
TUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND B0TLDING
J MATERTAT, and PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, &c,
constantly on hand st the lowest marsot pnow.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
RATES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
4-t FLOORING, at ?25 per M.
5-4 FLOORING, at $25 per IL
S-4 LINING, at $28 per M.
7-8 LLN1N?. st $25 por M.
We also have various other sizes of dressed and rough
LUMBER. All of which will be disposed of at lowest
EBAUGH & MALL0NEE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD,
HORLBECK'S WHARF, NEAP. N. E. RATLBOAD.
May 1 Imo
MW YORK STEM! ENGINE CO."
ENGINE LATHES. PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR WHEEL BOXES.
*. BOLT CUTTERS,
MACHIMSTS5 TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 Axo
UPPER WARDS GUARD HOUSE, 1
CHABLESTOK, May 9th 1867. )
STOPPED FROM TWO COLORED MEN A COW,
who stated having found her ten miles up Main
The owner is requested to call, pay expenses and take
her away. E. J. KXNGMAN,
May 9_1st Lieut, U. W. G. H.
ICE CREAM 1
SODA WATER ! !
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES ! ! !
WK HAVE THE PLEASURE OF AN?
NOUNCING to t ie Ladies and Gentlemen of
Charleston, that we, the undersigned, have fitted np o
FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT, at the corner of Meet
lng and Hasel streets, where we wUl guarantee that yoi>
will find a superior quality of ICE CREAM, SODA WA?
TER. CONFECTIONERY and CAEES. Hoping to re?
ceive a share of the patronage of the community, we are
Respectfully, JOHN OGREN.
W. A WITHINGTON.
April 13 . Imo
THE BEST TONIC PW IN USE!
November 27 lyr -s?-.
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED _ EXTRACT
-BY . " ' . .' KV of a letter from a
"?wr.T/.vrr?^T?, B'S MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS Jj at Madras, to his
TO HE THE OXLT /awBuox?L Brother at
Good Sauce ?Sl|3lf^ii LEA & PEB
-*OA?XS SsS?SrjRLNS that their SAUCE
itrfjSSi" lis highly esteemed in In?
fo (oia, and ie, in my opinion,
.., _j ? . s?Mjg?lthe most palatable, ?.a
EVERY VARIETY t?jJ^SSlwell as the most ^ho":e
iB^sSrJsome SAUCE that ls
OF DISH. *TgP^**made."
The success of this most delicious and unrivalla : con?
diment having caused many 'unprincipled denara to
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the Pj&uc la
respectfully and earnestly requested to ree that tao name
of LEA k PSBsnts are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 , .'. _fmwlyr
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
SHARD AND SQUABS
ipi Q-F O na? is s
Foll Iron Frame and Overstrung Baw,
MAHUFAOTOBY ABS WAREHOUSE
?.,?9 : - Weat Hovaton-atrsat. lo. v
HEAR BROADWAY, NSW VOES.
npHE UNDERSIGNED, M KWH aug OF THF FIRM O
X IBAUSHAAB et CO., are practical Piano maker?
tod a? SUCH have cadi larga experience tn oonneotiei
with ?orno OJ the best ?r^>?MT?hmi'nri in this cou?tr;
tod. Faro pe. Their .> lasos are made not merely lei
them, but ty them, qi d tinder their imm?diate person? )
?aparvtidon, ALU they allow no instrumenta to leave the?
r?oSory and pass into tho hands of their petrous, unten
tbsy have a power, evenness, firmness ano roundnsuo
tja?, an elasticity of touch-without which no Instit
nent ought to b? satisfactory to tho onbtic-as wella
that durability in ccnitrncoan, which .nahlea lt to i*
stain in tu ,*andto withstand, suddei. changeso? tem
Kratare arid .xpottrre co arrtrarae neat and cold, whlc!
arocom?-t?mea unavoidable. >77i; v.*.
: They, wtn at all time* bo happy to see the prof easies
and tbepoblio at their Warerooms, and invite compail
toa between thclf ova Pianos and those ol any elbas
ASTON EltAUSHAAR..TORUS HAHN
2> CHAEJJs i. fXJaOKEMANH.
norup. 7\ro-Srated Bungil and Cart.
WM McKAY & JOH?; CAMPBKLL,
Will ?ell TTIIS DAY, 10l!i; nt their AnPtlon Salo Rooms.
No. 130 Meetingstreet opposite Pavilion Hotol. st 10
? Ono*'* AY TIO RSI", draws in singlo or doublo harness
On<- Two-Seatc 1 Buggy, with Polo and Shafts
Terms cash._May 10
Sew rind Second-hand Furniture. Targe Mir?
WJt. Melt * Y ?t .TOWN CAMPBELL
Will R.-ll nt tl<olr Anellon Salprooms. No. 130 Mooting
"rr^tonnoMtc Pallion Hotel. THIS DAY. 10th inst.
POTTAGE ?ETS Dnrt-aiiB. Sideboards. Bedsteadn.
M?Hn.~? Pill"?-?. Cnn- ?nd Wood Pest Rockers, Office
Stools. Cane and Wood Scat Chairs. Meat Safes, Ac.
AI.SO. . _
Om- Large MIRROR. French Plate, fi feet C inches by 0
fl-,.' " tura?? in
Terms rash. May.10..
Wool-of a Wholesale Liquor Store-removed for
cnnrniirneroffafp-hu order of assitmee.
WM. MrCAV ? JOHN CAMPBEM..
Will Hell nt tlioir An -Hon Salerooms. No. 13G Meeting
stropt. opposite Pavilion Hotel, THIS DAY. 10th inst,
at 10 o'elopV.
- I.H-. PTrOTOE TinrTRTtON WHISKEY
- hVs. OM Itv,. Wliiskcv
_ W<?. OM MminnRahol '. Whiskey
- Iihls. Ht. Croix Rum
- litilj, .Tamaica Rum.
lSOlinres C.Ol.n \TF.'S TOILET SOAP-consisting ol
Rath, Pp~i:m. Myrtle, Diamond. Barber's Shaving and
Tnrnis-Ttnflnr ono hundred dollar?, cash ; over that
amount. t'.trtv days approved endorsed noto, bank In
te-est added. " May 10
WP. Ciflsr. yrarhlp Ton Iron Frame Tallies-suita
?).'<' tor o !?/'?'/?J/>-<7TI'-<r/io7r faur. Mirrors, &c.
ny TVTLBUR ?fe SON.
Tins li \v, loth I"i?t. at our salpsrooms, corner State
and Ctnlmi-rs ?Iront'), nt lot; o'clock, will bo sold,
without nnv rpsp?*vp.
Tho AunvT", \nTICT,F.S. to"etlior with a general as
oor+mppt nf Mprphamlisc, Clothing, Shoes, Cigars, Mats,
Clotho* Linos, .'cc.
Con-litinns pnsh. May 10
WU S CEIL A NEO US."
TTTF. AMATEUR REGATTA CLUB
WIT.L SAIL A RACEO^ TUESDAY. THE 14THINST.,
loaring SnnthPro Wharf at 2:00 P. M. All persons
.Vairons of ntr'ieipatine in tho raoo. must enter their
lin'i on or before Mondav, 15th inst
May in ALBERT O. STONE.
TO TAX ??/vrTC?.S:
THE FOLLOWTNO ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for Ibo information of all pnrsons concerned:
AN onnrNAVCF. TO AMEND AJ? ORDINANCE TO BAISE SUP
PI.TFS ron TUE TEAR 1807, AND ron OTHEB PURPOSES.
L Bo it ordained hv tho Tvtavor and Aldermen in City
Oorindi aa^p'ohlod. Thnt all taxes navahlc - nder the Or
npp to roisp supplies for tho year 1807, nnd for other
?."T,.TT:3,iAnT1 nrbefore tho 20th doy of Tunenext:
amount of their taxes, ono and a naif per cent per
month until tho 31?t dav of .Tilly, whon, if not paid, an
amount, of two ^er" cunt y>or month upon tho amount
of taxes shall be paid: and after the 21st day of August
three per pent, per month on tho amount of taxes due
shall bp paid until payment of the whole amount is made.
n. That all persons who noitoot or fall to pay their
monthly taxes on or before tho fifteenth dav of each
month, shall respectively pay on the amounts thereof,
two ppr cent per month from such fifteenth day, until
oavmont is made.
Ratified in City Connell this seventh day of May. fa
tho year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
[I- 8.1 P. C. GATLLABD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CouncU. Smo May ll
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the information of all concerned :
AN OCOISAHCE TO REOUI.ATE THE CT.EANKTNO OF PRIVIES
AND VAULTS Cf THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CUT.
I. Bo it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, That
from and after tho ratiQcation of this Ordinance, it shall
not be lawful for any person to cleanse or remove the
contents of Vanita or Privies within tho limits of tho
city, without having previously obtained a license for the
same; all such licenses tn expire on thc 31st December
of every year, and be subject to aU requirements impos?
ed by Ordinancps regulating the granting of Licenses for
Drays and Cnrt?.
H. That thense of Barrels in open Carts and Wagons
is prohibited, and parties applying for License will be re?
quired to pr?vido closed Carts suitable for tho purpose.
ni. AU persons having such Llconso shall repoit at
one of tlie Guard Houses, during tho day, his or their in?
tention todo such work during the ensuing night: in the
I Lower Words such report to bo mode to the Main Guard
I House, m tho Upper Words to Upper Guard House.
IV. Thc place or piscos for the deposit of snob offal
shall bo designated from timo to time by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of such Licensed Cart or
any other person who shall viol?te any of tho provisions
of this Ordinance, or shall noglect or refuse to observe
the same, or any of them, shall forfeit and pay fr each
offenco a fine not to exceod t ..*enty-flvo dollars, t u Li'3 en
I forced by the Mayor in his Court, or recovered -1 any
other Court of competent jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Connell this seventh day of May. in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six
[L. s.] P. C. GATLLABD,
W. H. SMITH, M-yor.
Clerk of Council 3mo Moy 10
P. V. BRANDT, Proprietor.
SUMMERVILLE IS RECOMMENDED TO INVALIDS,
and others seeking a salubrious and delightful
I climate. Distance from Charleston 22 miles on the South
Trains leave Charleston at 8 A. M. and 1:15 P. M., and
I returning leave Summerville 7:10 A. M. and 2:30 P. M.
May i stuth9
EXTRA BOron, EXTRA BOUNTY.
$100, $100, $10O, $100,
TO SOLDIERS" FATHERS. MOTHERS, WIVES AND
Orphan Children of deceased soldiers. CaU at U. S.
Claim Office, No. IBO MEETING STREET. Charleston,
I S. C., and secure it
Advances modo ou claims. wfm3 May 8
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS?
PENSE this agreeable and healthful beverage, at
their well-known stands. No. 86 HASEL STREET, be?
tween King and Meeting streets, No. KING STREET
(Old Piquet G . ord House), and at the head of CENTER
MARK KT, 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,
furnia h ed with a superior article of bottled Soda, in quan?
tities to suit purchasers.
We ore agents for the sale of A. J. Morse ti Son's justly
celebrated Soda Water Apparatus, consisting of Genera?
tors, Fountains, Marble Draught Stands, Silver Plated
Refrigerating Draught Stands, Tumbler Holders, and all
apparatus necessary for the manufacturo of Soda Water,
at the manufacturers' prices, with freight added.
Dealers in Soda Water throughout the State, desiring
an apparatus, will do well to examine the merita of
Morse's Apparatus, before purchasing elesewhere.
Descripaon catalogue and price list sent to any address
upon application to JOHN BUCK sc CO., Charleston.
While appreciating the very liberal patronage extended
to us during the past season, we thaU strive to merit Its
E. H. GARDNER.
April ll imo
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of on "Ordinance to Baise Sup?
plies ior theyair 1807," is published for the information
of persons selling G ooo? by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of this city. AR such persons are hereby
notified to report ai this office.
"Three dollars on every, hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by '?ohs not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Council
For the Handkerchief
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FBA
GEANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Bax? and
Beautiful Flower from which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
BEWARE OF Cr?UNTERFETTS.
ASK TOB rHALON'S-TA?tS NO OTHER,
. Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WMN & CO.,
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, 18
published at Marlon, 8. C.. In the centre! portion
ol the country, and offers a favorable medium to Me?- j
chants. Druggists, Machinists, and all classes ?ho desire
to extend their business fa the Pee Deo country..
For tho benefit of oar advertising patron?, we aha]], in ?'
addition to our subeertpuon list, which ia constantly in?
creasing, publish and citBLributo gratuitously 3000 ?xtr?
copies of th? STAB, during th? bmriaeu soasen MM? -
Pan. .. - . .-- , V
Bates of Advertising liberaL .,_
W. X McKKRALL, ...
November ao _ Editor and Prcpirletor. ,
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
PUBLISHED ATP ORAN?KBURG C. B.
rrars PAP SK OSCULATES THROUGHOUT TBS
JL middle portion of the Stat?, and offers the beat
facilities for advertiiicr?, . , February sa