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SATURDAY MOBNINO. MAY ll, M
.1 m WORE_Wo linvo now completed our ofllco
Bo as to execute, in tho shortest possible timo
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, ml wo moat ro
spr eMaily auk tho patronage ot our friends.
Fost Oilier Notice,
I'OHT I >n li i:. I
CHARLESTON, H. C., Muy (I, 18C7. ( .
Koreaner, until furthei notice, (ho Northeastern
Maila will oloso nt 1.15 I'. M., and arriving nt tho
Do|K>t nt 0.45 A. M. will ho readv for delivery nt ll
o'clock. On Sundays thu Tuai Oflloo will open ol
J2.">0 P. M. for ono hour.
Tho Mnilo for South Carolina Railroad will con
tinuo to cloaa daily at G o'clock A. M., nud for llio
Savannah mid Charloulon Railroad nt I! A. M. ou
Mondays, Wednesdays and 1'ridnvn.
STANLEY O." TROTT, P. M.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.-Our timuka aro duo Mr.
DELAOEY, of tho Milla Houso booka stand, for
copies of lato Now York papor*.
Muaio ON ran BATTERY.-Tho band of tho Gth
Infantry, under tim leadership of THOMA-, WIADON,
will perform un tho Battery ibis afternoon. Tho
following io tho programme musicale:
1. Overture from Le Cs it].
2. Polka, lieberen.
J). Cavatina from Ernaiii.
4. LflBt Greeting, Serenado by Schubert.
fi. Duett and Finnie from Les Mont n grine.
0. Waltz, ouge of tho Timmen.
7. Qulokatop, Medley.
Tut: ATTENTION of onr road o rs is called to tho
tdveitiaemoute, in another column, of Mesera.
licrto R, BorrrjTTB& Co., Chemist , Troy, N. Y,
They oro lr.anufc.c Uirern of, and agents for, soma
of tho most valuable toilet preparations in uso.
By their oso all may posBoaa a cloar, smooth akin,
or a hoalthy and luxuriant growth of hair upon
tho head or face. Thoao of our readers having
uso for anything of tho kind would do well lo pa
PERSONAL.- Wo unintentionally omitted yobte
day to ohroniolc tho ovont of tho season; tho arri
val in our sanctum of our gonlaffriond JULIAN A.
HEI.IIv, of tho Columbia Fhcenir. His shadow docs
ot trow lesa, and a glanoo at bin six feet propor
tions rominda us ;that they wore' giants in thoao
days. Mr. SELBY is tho proprietor of tho most flou
rishing Journal lu tho intoriorjof this State and ita
largo circulation and influence commends it to our
rncrchants ns an advertising medium.
ROUND TUX CORNER.-Under this tillo OEOBOE
W. POND & Co. havo, at tho south cornor of East
Bay and Adgor's Wharf, ono of tho coziest restau
rants that can bo foaud in onr city, whora tho liest
winos nnd liqnors, an wall ns n most ngrcoablo
lunch, can al ayn bo found, an I where tho prices
oro considerably lowor than lu other oot&blish
rneuts. Bituatoiaaheis, in tho business port of
tho town, wo fcol satisfied that this Blight hint
Will bo sufficient to insnro thom custom from those
who aro homo down by tho heat of tho sun, or who
aro too much employed to take their dinner at
ROBBERIES_Ontho30Lh ult. tho store of Messrs.
OEOBOE LITTLE A CO., in King street, was broken
into by going through Princess street uud prying
off tho bar nt tho back window. Thu thieve lit
tho gas, and holped thcmeclvcj, carrying off be
tween f 00 nud $G00 worth of clothing. LicntOll
Sllt HENDRICKS put IllC CttSO ill tito band Of OdiCOr
MEATH, who soon truced tho partios, mid bad tl i ni
tu-rosted. A grouter portion of tho goods were re
covered, although they nero nail tm ed in different
Looses. Lieutenant HENDRICKS nlsu succeeded in
recovering a imo gold watch that lind been slolon
from Mr. HENRY BuRnouoas by a negro, who sub
Bonuontly enid it to a whito man named J AMES
MAURICE for throe dollars. Both parties havo
ISON FOUNDRY AND MACHINE s noe.-The sound
of tho hammer nnd tho anvil has always been con
sidered tho most cheering aign of prosperity, and
few cities aro destituto of this melody. Tuero is
perhaps no placo whoro business und music nro
combined to rt greater extent than in a machine
Rh n, and ibo ring of metal nt oiico tell a lalo of
lifo and activity. Charleston can boast of ninny
of th ceo establishments, but wo wiBh to refer par
ticularly to tho Foundry of Messrs. Joan I'. TAY
LOR A Co., in Pritchard stroot. Theso gentlemen
havo mude extensivo preparations to conduct tho
business on a Inrgo eenie, and can turu out any
machinery that may bo required. They havo now
in course of orootion an additional maohino ehop,
With all tho latest improvements, which will cn
anio thom to tarn out any work demanded. Tho
euopa being near tho water, any kind ot marine
wei* can bo porformod with great facility. Wc
commend Messrs. TAYLOR A Co. to tho good graces
of tho public, hoing assured that thoy will uovor
TBS 11TBERNICON.-Tho crowds that attended
the Hibernian Hall last night testiticd that their
npprociation of tho performance waa not weaken
ol, and tho difiere nt scones, and the jokes of
BARNEY were received with repealed oncores. It
is imposBiblo to do justico to thia performance, as
. tho variations aro so pleasing that thoy at onco at
tract tho -attention which ia kept enchained
throughout. Tho acting ia cxtromely good, and
the lifo-liko appearance of tho different characters
can hardly be aurpassod.
To-day, it will be remembered, is tho last, but
Ly no means tho least, sa th oro will bo a grand
ruallnco in tho afternoon, which hae boen arranged
for tho especial accommodation of families and
schools, at reduced prices. In tho evening there
will bo a farewell benefit of tho popular (luido,
BARNEY, in which all of tho wondors of tho enter
tainment will bo exhibited. BARNEY bas so endear
id himself to bio audloncos by his rich jokes that
we predict an astonishingly fol] houso, and advise.
I IOHO to stay away who can make tho trip.
Tax LADIES' MEMQBTAT. ASSOCIATION.-Tho an
nual ceremony"f dn<iiarajjfl^th iri-^oa of tfrpjon,
foderoto dead wa^^Daervoo^ sToraajT not only at:
Magnolia Cemetery but at tho private grave yards
in the city. Whon the Association was first formed
tho 16th of Jane, tho anniversary of tho bat tie of
Becossionville, waa choson ss 'hoir anniversary, bnt
it was thought bast to ohango this to tho 10th of
May, tho anniversary of Qen. HTOMEWAT.T. JACKSON'S
death, as thia day was observed by tho associations
in sister cities. After due deliberation smong tho
members, it waa deoldod to m ak o no ostentatious
display of sorrow, but simply to dross tho tomba of
the fallon heroes with their floral offerings. In
consequence ot this roUconcoon their part few out
siders wore swore that tho day liad been changed '
or that any preparations had' booh' mado to cele
brate the oocaaion.
Tho indies of tho Association bad boon busily on
gaged for several days in/ collecting tb o ir tributo
nf flowers, and forming thom into tho different
ornaments to bo employed in docking tho soldiery
Rravea. Every gardon in tba city was taxed, but
the largor portion were furnished from the garden
of Mr. H morn, tho keeper of tho Cemetery.
Tho day was bright, oloar, arid. beaut i ful; lt
Boomed os if nature bad smiled upon tho scene and
had aided tho holy causo, by tho diann of a balmy
air laden with tho breath of tl o ivers,
By oix o'clock in tho morning many wero on tho
ground arranging tho wreaths of flowers and im
mortelles on tho sororal graves, but it was not
until 4 P. M. that the crowd bogan to ooacmblo,
, and in a short time tho cemetery was covered with
fair maidens bonding over tho last resting places
of the gallant dead, and tenderly arranging tho
immortel]os upon tho monnds. Nearly four hun
dred puroona woro prcaoot, and, with very fow ex
ception , theso wore all ladles- mombora of the
Association and othors, who bad Bomo friend or
relativo buried in this Sacred spot. No ceremonies
of any description were observed, nd beyond
placing tho floral tribute upon tl io graves, no
demonstration was mado; no hymn s wore sung, or
prayom offered, except those that carno from tho
heart of hoarts, and which woro board only by tho
Great Being to whom they wero addressed.
Tho doooraUotxs of tho graves wero very similar
to those of last year, and aoino care was observed
that nono should esospo attention. Tho soldier's
burying ground shows at onco the oslo that has
boen bestowed upon it. Tim hoad atones liavo
been placed at fifty graves, and others will bo eup
. pliod soon. Tito grounds havo bcon luid out nnd
are surrounded by & wild orango fcouge^aod the
whole appearance a great Improi'ouicnt on tho
li arron and des ol a to loolt it presented . lout year.
Each grave waa tastefully o ni tim tinted with gar
lands and wreaths; and1 though tri]isom instances
t bo mourus covered unknown dead, y ot all received
,i ' the iameldnd attention.
In other parte of the oomotory tho gallant soldier
yr o not forgotten; and the numerous wreaths1 that
. were to bo seen In every direction proved that
their memory was still groen. Among others tho
grave of Captain Jos Mirerai, (the gallant son
pf th* duitlngnUhod Irish vtilo) was very Uoud
.. :. ' ,."'V.V;j:.' -V'?-li ...*:..'' <*t'i\t* ' '?''???'?'r ?? J i\y.
uomcly decorated. Capt. M., v. bu it M 111 bc ionian
bored, foll vfhlle in command at Fort Sumter, lies
buriod in a triangular ot near tho Uecolvlng
Tomb, 'f bo lot lias been recently shaped to ropro
?enl tito honiton of a fm dom, neatly oncloned with
brickw&rk, and planted with aiionmouo.i. Tho
narnu affection and friendship that has superin
tended tbeso arrangements, wo learn, contem
plate* adding furthor Improvements to thia grave.
In tho nbeenco of tho Prasidontof tho Associa
Hon, Mrs. SNOWDEN, ino arduous dutios of arrang
ing tho programme U'id of seeing Hist it wan car
ried ott!, devolved upon tho Vice-Prosidont, Miss
M*nr C. UcBBOUons, and tho thorough innnnor in
which tho Humorous graves wcro decorated was
principally duo to her untiring exertions. Tho
hulks of tho Association desired to mako no dis
play that would attract attention and causo them
t bo tho objects of ill natured remarks, and feel
ing that their motiven wero puro and holy, tin? v
know that no ono who had anyrcHpcot for tho
brnvo dead would interfere willi thom. Ynt it was
thought tobo tho best plan to perform their sad du
tton without any ostentation. Tho cemetery has bcou
placed in thorough order, and a gatc-koopor ap
pointed who refuses outrauoo to all persons with
out tickets. This coure o has booti adoptod to pro
vent tho mutilation and destruction of tho shrub
bery sud ornamenta in tho grounds.
Thu different church-yards in tho city wore also
visited during tho day, and tho graves of tho dead
soldiers received tho same kind attoution as that
CODEX OF COMMON PLEAS-lion. II. M ON no
presiding.-Tho Civil Enquiry Dockot was
called and a number of rasos referred to tho
Hurl:, and a nnmb:r of judgments ronderod, but j
of no public in teros t.
Tho oaso of tho Executor of VAUKH OS. tho South
j Carolina Railroad Company was taken up. 8AM
DEL LOUD, Esq., appearing for tho plaintiff, and
General JAB. CONNOB OS Solicitor for tho Company.
Tho points in tho case wero, that somo timo in
! November, 1800, sovoral bolos of cotton woro eont
j from Georges' Station to Charleston, consigned to
Mr. VAOI.II. Tho conslgnoo was notified by tho
company tho day after tho arrival; on tho day fol
lowing tho drayman of tho plaintiQ called for Ibo
cotton and was informed that a balo had boon sto
lon tho night previous. Tho action wns brought
to recover tho valuo of tho lost cotton, as tho com
pany refused to indomify tho consignee, alloglug
Hint thoy wore not rosponsiblo aftor tho notifica
tion. This occasioned a considerable discussion,
j mid tho caso was argued ably on both Bidos, but
Iho Judgo rot tu hod a verdict of $400 for tho plain
UNITED STATE DIBTEICT COUBT-Hon. O BO. S.
SnvAN, presiding. -Attachments wcro issued in
tho following cases, and monitions returnable in
two wooka from this date.
Tho United States vs. nineteen barrels of dis
tilled spirits, and sixty-nino < mpty barrels, found
al tho storo of AS'. H. KIDD, in Charleston. For
forfeiture for violation of tho Internal Rovonuo
Lows of the United States.
Tho United .Staion va. nine toon barrels'of dis
tilled spirits, found at tho storo of MAN io ur. & Co. j
Tho United Statos VB. twenty-four barrels nf dis
tilled-spirits, fonud ot tho store of - J. W,'<BAaoETT
4 Co. . ... - "
Tho Unitfd Slaieji.TBA'Uiroe barrela^of, distilled'
I spf rita,'found atltbo Biorc oro'. W.POHD & Oo.
Tho Un i bod Stales rs. two stills and ' all tho.ap- .
pu rt cn au CUM' l lu: rc titi to' belonging, round ou tho'
I promises of Vi. E. PBOTUBO, in Barnwell District.
Tho District Attorney boa wi th drown all of the
cases for violation of tho Internal Iloveiiuo laws
from tho docket, doob'ning to prosecute under the
present circumstances, and has roportod to higher
authorities the inability to secure conviction bo
foro tho juries. If tho test oath ls ovor applied
there aro but few who could conscientiously take
it, and lt is moro than probabto that all of their
sympathies and prejudices should bo in favor of
tho government, and a correct verdict bo equally
hard to obtain. In all cases an intelligent jury
gives tho prisoners tho henoflt of any doubt. Tho
cosos for violation of tho Internal Rovonuo woro
based on tho testimony of detectives and States
evidence, which was, in many cases, weak and ap
parently given in malice. Under theso circum
I stances, tho verdict hos generally been in favor of
tho accused, but it is a hard matter to charge
theso juries with antagonism lo the United Statos,
os thoy havo boon usually composed of uar bost
citizens, and tho eamo verdict would probably
have boon ronderod in a Northern Court.
Co TOT OP APPEALS_In the Court of Appeals, on
I Thursday, opinions woro announced in tho fallow
I iug causes:
Samuel D. Hodgo ada. tho H tate. Prisoner sen
tenced, by Wardlaw, J., to bo hanged on Frill iv,
7th Juno next,
G. B. Lamar el ux et ni. va. executor of Peoy.
Opinion by Wardlaw, J. Dooroo reformed and
special orders modo.
Abigail Dority va. Elford and [Sherman, oxocu
tors; Thomas Dunham or. the some. Opinion by
Inglis, J. Dooroo reversed.
Tho State ex rdattone James Bruoo er. 8. A.
Hodges, tax oolleclor. Wardlaw, J. Motion dis-,
mused. Opinion to be filed.
Margarot 8. Kirkland, Powell Kirkland and Mo
Rio Kirkland ads. tho State. Dunkin, 0. J. Now
trial gran tod.
Nnjaon (person of color) ada, tho State. Opinion
by.Inglls, J. --Now triol granted.
W. G. McKnight vt. Jahn A Gordon. Postponed
for consideration. : . k Jr a ? >
EU Thomas aij*. ihn State. Wardlaw, J., deliv
ered opinion. Motion in arrcet of judgmont
granted, j ' ' Sjjji1 (fi*.
--aloses Levy os. O. A. Hugglna, administrator.
Opinion by Dunkin, O. J. Motion tlismlssed.
IL 8. Izard ada. tho State.'. Opinion by Ward
law, J.- -Now trial ordered.. ". ' j* "
All business of tho term hoing disposed of, the
Court, at half-past 2 P. M., adjourned aino die.
MABSDEN'S PECTORAL BALK cures Whooping
Cough. j . ,
DOWDS A MOISE, Agonts.
GOODRICH, WISEMAN k CO., Agents.
A new and important remedy for marr od ladies.
I Circulars con bo obtained and tho art telo supplied
I upon application to tho wholoealo agents. ?
. DOWD3 * MOISE,
(iouth rn Drag House, No. 151 Mooting street.
April ll thstuSmos
ta. H. r
faT yon want cheap Blank Books;
If you wont oheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
per, fa.; or, MII.I.BBS'Almanac;
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If yon want Books bound in any stylo,' or Account
Books modo to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HlBAlf HABEIS, No. 69 Broad street.
ALL KIND80F JOD WORK DOME AT TUB DAILY
Many persona hove within this summer experienced
I tho beuefiu to bo derived from the use of PAHEMIM'S
UETATIO Bursas. We would recommend them to all
who stand lu need of a tonie.
For sals' by all Druggists. October C
Who regards ibo lifo and health of her eh d, should
possess MUR. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING STB UP. It ta
sn old anti well-tried remedy. It rc ll ov ts tba child from
polo, oofUns the gums, rcjur.es nflaroruttlon, cures
wind colic, regulates tb stomach and bowels, and, by
giving rest and hool th to the child, comforts the mother.
Olfico. No. JIB Pulton eire*!, ,New York, and No. 306
High llolbe.ro, London, Eoglond.- . .- . ,.
Be sure and coll for
"MBS. WINSLOW'S BO OTHINU HY HDP,' i:
I Having toe foe eimile of "CUBTIS A l'tuorsa"' on tho
I outside wrapper. All others are base ImltoUons.
For Mle by DO WIK at MOISE, No, 181 Meeting street,
opposite the Charleston Hotel.
The Tim* tO Ad vert Isa la th Conn try.
TOE FnoivxE bis a larga clrcuUUon throughout the
mlddU and upper Districts of ilia Btol*.'. Advertising
rates as reasonable as tho stringency of Ibo money mar
ket win warrant. Merchants and o thc ro withing lo use
j tbs eolun.ua Of lbs paper will SOdreSI V .
JULIAN A. HELDY, Proprietor,
February 9S Col amblo, 8. a
Uciidqiuirtc-r* sunni Military Uulrlot, j
t'iiA itXKTOK, IS. C., Way , 1S07. f
[GENX-IAI. OnuKim No. iB-1
I. Ou tho third Monday of July uoxt, lu obedience to
tm requirements of tho Act of C'oii)|rciM, tossed March
33d, 1807, thc Commanding Ocncnit will proceed and
canoe to bo in-.,lo a Registration of tho malo cltUciw ot
the United Htatee. twenty-ono year. of ago ami tipwonu-,
residents of North ami South Carolina, uot dlsu-aitcliiacd
fer participation In tho rcbclllou, ur for felony at com
IL One or moro Hoardi of lteglstratlou, conslellug of
Ibrcoillgcreot and quallOcd persona, to be appointed by
tho Commanding flonrral, will bo organized lu oach
County or City, lo make and completo tho Registration,
superintend Uio election to bc held Iborcnlter for Dele
gate* to a CouvcnUon to frame a CoustltuUon, and mako
rel m o i to him of Ibo fates hal "r voti-ri>, aud of thc
porsoiiH elected a Delegates by n plurality of Ibo votes
em t at such election.
III. Thc Counties lu North Carolina, and lue Gcograph
b-nl Districts In South Carolina, will, for tho purposes of
registration, bo lUvldod luto convenient Registration
Precincts. In each HcglelraUou Precinct a Board of
Registers will, If practicable, bo orgaulzcd. Several
p'-xes will bc designated in csoti Registration Precinct,
where tho lloanl will meet, and rlllzona eligible to lteg
lstratlou may go and ba registered. Tho Heard of Rcg
mi tullun will remain In ten-Ion two days, from sunrlsoto
sunset, at each placo of meeting. On the adjournment
of tho Hoard a copy ol tho list of perseus registered will
bo drposltcel In a suitable place within tho precinct seven
day. for public Information. And thcrcancr Ibo Hoard
will again visit every precinct, ami reviso Ibo Hst of
votera, hear obJccUous from citizen*, as lo any adjudica
tion made, and register any porson who may have boon
unable, by reason of Illness or other gol and sufficient
cause to attend the first eosslon of tho Board. ?
IV. AU ucrsons appointed to mnko Ibo said. Ito is tra
llon of voters and lo conduct said election wi 1. be requir
ed, beforo onlortug upon tholr doti en, lo talland sub
scribe thc oaUi prescribed by tbo Act appro/cd July 2d,
IBM, entitled "An Art lo prescribo on oath of office."
And If any porsou sholl Matty toko and subscribe such
oath or affirmation, such parson co offending and bo bag
duly convicted tboroo r, sbaU be subject to the pains, pen
alties and dlsabllitca which, by law, aro provided for tho
punishment of tho crime nf wilful and corrnpt perju
ry. The form nf Hie oath 1H horowltll published, OS fol
1 s :
--I, A. li., do solemnly swear (or ailinn) that I lu.ro
nc or voluntarily homo arms against tho United Staten
silica I hsro been a clltr.on th rcof; thal I havo volunta
rily given no aid, countenance, counsel or encourage
ment to persons cngsgod In armed hostility thereto; that
I have neither sought, nor accepted, nor attempted to
oxorclso Ibo functions of any omeo whatever under any
authority, or pretended authority. In hosb'Uy to the
Onlted Slates; that I boro not yielded a vol-itt'ory any
part to any pretended government, authority, power or
constitution within tho United Platen, hostile or lnlmlosl
! thereto. And I do further swear (or affirm) that, to tho
I best of tn v knowledge and ability, I will support and de
fend tho ConstttnUon of tho United staion, against all
oncmlos, fore Urn or domcsUo; that I will bear truo faith
and allegiance lo thc samo; that I tako thia obligation
freely, without any montai reservation or purposo of
evasion; and that I will well and foi thirdly discharge tho
duties of tho oOlco on which I sm about to enter. So
help mo God.
V. Mombcrs of tho Boards of BeglstraUonwiU bo al
lowed as compensation four dollars a day for each day
actually and necesita lily employed In tho performance
of their duties, and ton conta a mUo fur each rails travel
led on duty. 0 Dace rs of tho army detailed for such duty,
will bo paid Ibo per diem and mlloago allowed for at
tendance ou Courts Martial.
vi. Any citizen desiring to servo as a member of. a
Board of Registration may forward bia appllcaUrn to
Ihcso Headquarter", addressed lo Captiln AixxAKncn
Meonc, A. E. C. No application will bo considered un-,
less accompanied by ft written recommendation signad
by either by tho Provisional Governor of Uio fltato, a
Judgo of tho Circuit or District Court of tho United
States, a Collect ir or other principal officer of Customs
or of Internal ltovonuo, tho Assistant Commissioner of
tho Freedmen's Bureau, or tho Commanding Ofllcor of
tho Military Pott within which the applicant resides,
certifying tho applicant to bo a flt and proper person lo
receive tho nppolatmcnl.
VII. lt bi essential that every Board of Registration
should bo composed nf persona of recognized conslJore
Uon and worth, fairly representing tho population, and
In whoso lmparUsllty and capacity tho body of voters In
tho vicinage may havo Just reliance.
VIII. Tho bonndrlcs of precincts for Registration, tho
i-e vc ral places within each precinct whore tho Board of
ReglstraUon will meet, tho day or days on which tho
Board wlU meet In each precinct, and, also, such regula
tions as may be necessary* for tho government of Begist
ors and of Inspectors of Election in tho dlachargcof their
dalles and to ansiire Ibo accuracy and completeness ot
tho Registration, will lie duly published for general In
IX. Post Commandera will report without delay upon
tho most expedient division of tho territory 'Ukin their
commanda Into Registration Proclnal , having reference,
tt'j li i atiu*U*, tu eakiUiig um- ...iel emmu 1:1 CKXaDI i nil
ing tho usual voting places, and keeping in view tho im
portance of affording ampio facilities for registration
with tho least Interruption of ibo ordinary avocations of
By command of Major General D. E. Si COLE .
J. W. OLOU8,
Captain luth Infantry;
A. 1). C. and Act, AaalsL AdJ'b Gen.
OmcioL : A Lcxisniui Moo HE, Ald-do-Carap.
VU io is Rosjionsiblo.
Victim of debility, who Isrespoelblo for your fe obie*
ness? Not yourself, ton will say, for you've done all
you could to euro IL That's a mistake on your psi t.
You haven't trio 1 IIOSTETTKIl'S BI1TKBB.
Gloomy dyspeptic, with an uneasy stomach and a
world-weary taco, of course you don't think yourself re
sponsible for your own tormente. But you are. It ls
eaay lo see from your condition (hst
. You haven't tried HOSTETTEB'B II ITT F. Its.
billions sufferer, It ls not your fault, you think, that
your symptoms grow worso day by day. Blue pill
doesn't do you any good. Very likely. But you can bo
brought round for all that
Why havon't jou triad UOSTETTEB'8 BITTERS ?
Friend, on whom Fever and Ague alternately blows
hot and cold, and whoso brain scorns to bo bursting with
tho effects of somo powerful drug, do y on assume tho
roi po uni ti! ll ty ? O, no I You'vo tak on piles of qui it li.i,
and all the regulation midlclr.es. What could you do
moro? Ono tiling moro-tho very tiling that would
have exempted you from all the pongs that now rack
You have cover tried HOSTETTF.B'8 BI TKB8.
Nervous invalid, what have you to say? . You plead
that you have token aU tho nervines of the pharm aco
pa) lo. If they have done you no good, lt is sot your
fault You are not roapontJblo. Wrong, all wrong. Yon
have, tn reality, nobody to biomo bnt yourself.
Why haven't you tried HOST KITER'S DOTERS? '
For all tho above-named complain ta, the Bluers are
absolnto -rocciflea._May 8
Know thy Destiny.
Manana E. F. TUOBWXOH, tho groat English Astrolo
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychomotrlclon, who hos aston
lah od tho seien tina cluses of Ibo Old World, bas now lo
cated herself at Hudson, M. Y. Madtmo TUOIUITOH poo
sesses such wonderful powers of second eight aa to ana
bio her to import knowledge of the greatest Importance
lo tho aingto pr married of cithor sex. While tn a slatn
of trance, sha delineates tho very features of the pertoii
yon aro to morry, and by tho aid of an Instrument of in
tense power, known as tho I'sychomotrope, guororttc a tc
produce a Uro-Uko plorare of tho future husbaxtd or wife
of the applicant, together with dole of marriage, position
In lifo, leading teal ts of character, o. This la no hum
bug, aa thousand of testimonials can assert. She will
.end, when desired, a certified ocrtiflcote, or w ri Uer
guarantee, that the picture ls what lt purports to bo. By
enclonlng a small lock of bair, and stating place of birth,
ago, disposition and complexion, and enclosing nifty cea ti
and stamped envelope oddrosood to yourself, you will re
coh o the picture and desired Inform tico by return moll
All communications sacredly confidential. Address, li
confidence, Msdarne E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 233
Hudson, N. Y._ly_March 80
THE INFAMOUS PBAOTIOE OF ADUr.TEHATINC
BRANDIES Having bocomo so common, that agenuini
article ls the exception, lt ls of vita! importance to thaw
requiring lt for Family Use and Invalids, that lt ah cult
bo of undoubted purity omi efficacy. j
We are pleased to notice that the old and popular Win.
Importers, D1NIN0EK k CO., No. 18 Beaver street, No
York, are very opportune In calling the attention of find
Des to their . ;
"GOLD MEDAL COONAO,"
of which tboy say, thal, "With a vim to trawling thi
popular denian d for a reliable Brandy In IU natural state
free from alcoholic flavor and impurities, and fully apprt
dating tb faut that lt ii often recommended by thu Med I
col Faculty a a s tu lathing stimulant, when all other re
m edi ea fall, we or now bottling and selling at reasons
bte rete a Brandy of our own Importation from ono e
the most responsible nouses in France, 'and known al
! "BINIKOEIl'S QOLD MEDAL COONAO." ' :
Thia Standard Artlclo is told by all of the prom In en
Froo to Everybody.
A Large 0 pp. Circular, giving information of thi
greatest Importance to the young of both sexes. t
It loaches how the homely may besom o beautiful, thi
despised roe-petxcd, and tho forsaken loved.
Ko young lady or gentleman should nul to send Dael
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mall.
A dd rena P. o. Drawer, 21,
March 80. lyr , Tro/, N. Y.
CK R^W ADVERTISER
DEVOTED MO IJT'EJiATTiBIV HC IF'.. OF, AM
AU 1'ICU LT URE, ind MlBOIMXAJNEOCo VEWH
Chcraw, H. C. Published weekly, by W. L. T. t'BJA'Ol
-r-outt cur ruosxn-tmiov i
Ono copy one year...M,0
Ono copy six months.......30
Ono copy three months. ..10
Five copi ot ont year...iso
niTis or iDvin-nertci :
Ono Square, tin linea QT leta, flrtt inw rtlon,,... . .51 fi
For each subsequent insertion.. ..10
AU Advert teni esta to be distinctly -narked, or tb
Trdl bo published onUl ordered out, and oborged oocoTtl
, Morobonu-' and' others'odvertlalng by til year, s li h
ntl fl eviction on th abort tates lt! bt mode. -' !
TUS E Q,T
NO. 92 BROADW,
Dividend February J,
AU tlio most desirable md "opiilni
Policies issued, and every advantage
Dividends Declared Aiumullj
AND APPLIED AH CASH TO TUE REDUCTION OK FUI
year's premium mir bo applies! to roMetal tbo second yea
Jual sud liberal dealing with Ibu assured, pruinptncxM I
fcrcd to tbo assured by this Society, havo secured to lt a mi
timo In this or soy other courcy.
In tho short erice ol nov on year il has accumulated a I
secured sn annual Incomo of tiver Two Million . D
Ivi 1 l tili ty millions ot I>nllars, Increased lt luci
than Fourteen Ilnmlrril Tlionsnnit Dollars.
ll is thoroughly established on a solid baals, conducts 1
penditure" to "Total Gath Income" Ci len Min thal nf a v et
ira POLIOIEfl AVEnAOE LAROER THAN THOSE Ol
for lnvostiuonts persons sulcct this Hocloty In preference to
Tho Assured hava the option annually of npplylntj thel
tlio mles of tho Hcclcly:
FrasT-To tho pormanont lncrcoso ot the sum sssured.
SECOND-To Iho increase af tho sum assured for ano yi
Tninn-To tbs parmaennt reduction or tho premiums.
Founrru-To tho reduction of tho prciuiu na for ono or
FIFTH-To the rcducUou of tho"number nf years tu wi
V7M. 0. HAVEN EL, M. D., MEDICAL LIA 11 is nu.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
direct from England, a full
BREAD TRAYS, %
AIRO, a general aoBortmout of
rxiHis Fiiiar-orSas SOOTUEIIN COMPANY, IMTARL
1 HURANOi: against lon by Oro of too. J nf M irchiinll
THIS UEINO A MUTUAL COMPANV. YEARLY POLIO!
como Stockholders, WITHOUT ANY LIABILITY WHATEV
A di vi lend of forty por cont, out of tlio pronta of the l
thoreby reducing tho premium to Insurers noarly onc*half.
Dlrldo'.id Scrip of tho Company taken In payment or pre
Losses promptly adjusted nd paid hero.
May 7 lull
OFFICIS OHOS BT OV DETECTIVES,!
MAY, 10, IN.-.. I
T> ECOVEUED AND AT THIS OFFICE, A DOUllLl-..
.LL CABE GOLD WATCH. Fatcnt burr, and Chain,
Any party malting complaint of tho aame, conic lorward,
prove property, psy expenses and talia ll away.
. U. yt. HKKDIUOKM.
First Lieutenant and Chief of Dcctcctivcs.
WniRGEH SOLDIERS !
33D, St rn. SSrn, 'HST, mu. 102D, 103n. lOlrn. 105TH,
U. S. 0. T., sud 61 tb and Sith Mass. Yoi , can bear
of something to their advantage by application to
Ho. 180Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Advance mosto gt claims. tn thal . May 7
AT PIIIVATE RESIDENCES
Altondod to with promptness and dispatch, and at
MODERATE CUA1UJES, BY
SMITH it Mo ej I I.I.I VU At ,
April ll _Angjgggi, Ho. 27 Broad streeL
HOTELS IMEW YORK.
DE LANEAU HOUSE.
DETWBGR Oth and Otb AVENUES,
rnoiniMn ntsenvota nen.
LABOE AND ELKO ANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR
farolillos desiring accommodaUons In Now York,
transiently or permanently. This ls ona of the most
airy and delightful locations In the city. Table d'hote or
pnvstai. . A M. DELEYALITTK.
MayS . . . Ima
4M AND tilt AVICMIIE.
PARTIES YisrrrNo NEW vor.K, WILL FIND AT
thia new and doslrablo Bouse, tho most airy and
00 miar tabla accommodations for families locating per
manently or traauur-nUy, at liberal rates. Meals served
a la European or ta'ilo d'hote. ' J. A. ROBINSON.
. MayS- > -- .*.... Imo_Proprietor.
CLOSING UP AT A GREAT SAC-|
BOHN'S LIBRARY AT FIFTY OENT8 . VOLOME.
Engineering and Architectural Warks.
'. Agricultural sud Gardening Works.
Cooking and Sporting Work a.
All the above works at half price, at
May 6 H. HART'8, Book Store.
Anatomical Charts French and
ABB OOTHa OFF AT HALF PBIOE AT Il ART R
Book Blore. April 22
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE t
KfsA MORAL AND RELIOIO 8 BOOKS, 10cents
OUU - Methodist Urina Booka, 20 couts
fi Baptist Hymn Books, 35 to 78 canta ...
1. COU Moral and Religious Hook , 28 cont .
. ?. -100 Southern Harmony; 75 cents ... e. . .
- - ? . Catholic French and spanish Prayers, 80 canis
Episcopal Prayers, 60 couta to SL60 ...
i. : 100 Tba Charleston Book, BO cento
. . TeatamrmU, hi French or Kngllab, 5 cent to tl . .
. ?'. Pocket Bibles, 60 cents to 1 . ...
Webster's Spelling Books, 10 conto. -.
Calla* J HART'S ..BOOH STORE."-.
April 18 ? ;_.._
The Bopotif of South Carolina
THE STATUTES At LARGE,
AT HALF TRICK. AT-" V-MAWP'a -
April 22 ,i . . , Bookstore. ,
INTELLHIH.VCI' DTl'K E.
P. RON PORT,
S HODSON, near KIKO STREBT, roared CITADEL,
FARM HANDS, COOKS, WASHERS, HOUSE SER
VANTS, io., wonted lnimodiotely. i i
March 90 tntbsiro
,. <, I -VOTK IC. .
OFFICE .OVtSali OP. COUNCIL.-THE FOLLO WIHO
clause of Seollon I of an "Onllntnco to Bolso Sap
plles for thoyoir 1M7," ls published for tho Information
of persona selling Goods by samplo br otherwise, who are
not rcaldonta ol this city. AU such persons aro hereby
notlfiod to reportai thia office. -
"Thrro dollars 0-j every hundred dollars or sll goods
sold in this city by ons not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. IL SMITH,
' Mardi R .... Clerk or Connell
TA Vim N;~KJ3 IC I' KIIS'/V Ol TH' . |
..... 0FFI0ECJLEBK OF COUNCIL,1
. i i - . Marah 1,1807.
A LL TAVEBH.KEEPETiB, AHD PEB80NS RETA
xl. INO spirituous linuonx, within the city limito, v_
hava.not executed their bonds and token ont the proper
cards to show, that thsy boro Ucenso to sell, will be re
ported as not complying with tho law, n-'lor Monday, 5th
Those who have cards sire hereby notified to have the
same placed in a eor.spl ruous placo in the window. All
foiling lo observe this notloe will also ho reported, after
the ibove-menUenert time, W. H. H M ITU,
Marcha ? , - '. . Clerk of Gotu-efl.
ALL PEBHO.fR DESI ROUS OF BFTiUILI'ino) iii 1 LIB
. Dumt Dlialets and Waste Place or Ibo City, un
der "An Actof tbs Dineral Assembly, girtna authority
lc the Olly OOS-JIOU. of CoarUston to proceed In tho nut
tor o." Fi rr Loon, with n view to aid tn building up th9
City onsw." aro brreby collncd thal the form of april
cation n.r loans can ne obtained. at the offlce et the Clerk
of Council, between tua boura nf 9 A. M. and 3 P. M. il
AU applications must be filed In the above jnenUonei
MIBBJ aa The Conunlltca will meet every Mandi* to eon
sider the same.-1 '/?..-.- ;. \ ."?"" V .
^iBi'eWrfry tfcs Msyot t. s > | .-W B48M1YIL
Nave-^berlO ' (Tfsrk of CounrlL
fi A vt '.FA NM MD' VVA
, - UPP&S WARDD OOABD HOUSE,! '
tziitixttaw, Uar Wi 1881. ' /
STOPPED raou Tro .COLORED MEN A COW,
: who slr.led having found berWq miles np Main
Boad. ,..-.,' , . i .?. '
I Mayi . ' latLltut.17. W,0.iL
? .. ;',^; -r-'.1'- .:' '
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
IOIIN T. TAYLOR.
Charles !^. 0.
JOHN V. TAYLOR & CO.
A RE PREPARED TC EXECUTE ALL ORDER!) i ou
IW RR1H ouil LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE ami
iTATION Ell Y HTEAM ENGINES and HOI LEUS, BICK
I HHASIIEHS (from new patterns, with nil Hie modem
uiprovcnirutHj, STEAM KAW MILLS, fcc, fcc.
WrfGS IN IRON ANO lill I
Promptly aid ml.'.I tn willi iicatiica-i ami iltarpa tell.
[.epnirs to Marino Rmi other Work,
Shall receive .pedal nltcutlon.
FOR SALE-Ono M-horse power STEAM ENGINE,
learly new; Hoveral nowoiul nt-cotiiMisud IIUILEIU, li
n lOboruo power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTIIUCTION,
IO, 12 ami 20 Horse Power Stouin
UtT All Order for REPAIRS or NEW WOHK aliallrc
:ctvo oar prompt and careful attention.
JOHN P. TAYLOR & CO.
May lt Imo
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND rill MIHI!.
No. 814 Meeting street,
(NE A it LINE,)
CHARLESTON, S. O
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS,
and MACHINERY, Saw Mill.. Com MUK llorac
Powern, Ycrtlcal and Horizontal Sugar Milla, Colton
Rood Cruflbeni, .McCarthy Cotton ainu, and all kind, of J
Iron and llr.ua Castings, to order.
April SS UiHtuGinn
December 15 _ Hiullilyr
"VOUR ATTENTION LS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
J. RATES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
1-4 FLOORING, at $25 per M.
6-4 FLOORING, at OS per M.
3-1 LINING, at fis per M.
7-8 LIN1NJ. at $25 per M.
We also liavo various other sizes of dre*oed end rough
LUM IS Ult. All of which will bo disposed of ut lowest
ran ti prices,
EBAUGH Sc M ALLON EE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMUKU YARD,
HORLDKCK'S WHARF, NEAR N. E. RAILROAD.
BRIDGES & LANK,
MANUF ACT UDERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Machiner)'Of Every Derri |itloii.
TAFTS PATENT ROLLING! LEVER 8HEARS
No. 50 Court la ml-at.. corner of Grcenirleli,
N JR "W YORK.
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS. CHAIRS, SPIKES.
Bolts, Nats, Wash rx . Car, Ship and Bridge Dolts,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, fco., fcc.
STEEL AND RUDDER 8PR1NGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable. Forges tod Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Cover , Braaa and Silver Trimmings,
Bolting of all kind , Daggugo Chock*, ta, fcc
Also, Agents for Uio manufacturera of CAR HEAD
ALBE Ul BRIDGES.. ......ICELC. UNE.
Novcnuar I -' mtnarniO'i
NEW VORK STEAM ENGINE IO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED OAR WHEEL BOXES.
BOLT CUTTERS, '
ijis . ?? . AND
MACUIMSTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WABER0 M, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December lt1 eaio
MTROQEMZED SUPER PHOSPHATE
ILi I Is/L IEL!
fTTHE BUBSCRITJER8 ARF ' JW PREPARED TO FUR
J_ ' NISH a limited cj nan tit, ol Ulis popular STANDARD
FERTILIZER for top dressing'. It may be need before or
after tho planting of Uro crop, for oren when applied as a
tcp drc.nng, it cannot be lost by evaporation, aa nono of
Ita constituents are volatile It may be apnliod at each
hoeing of Coll n, and in the hula daring tho culllraliou
of Corn, Potatoes and other crops. When crops bare
been previously manured In tbs usual way, and found
to bo of aluggiah growth, lt may be'auguiinlcd by tho usn
of this manure, To the Horticulturist it U invalnablo,
os lt may be applied to fruit trees at any season of tho
year. Sold by I '
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
BOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
'Miy4-.o i.,, atnthlmo No. 1S3 East Bay.
Tiffi- BEST TONIC NOW IN USE !
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
TuTfB SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BB USED TO
X . pro ri its s perb quality.' Uso lt as yon would
trey common Soap. Try li. and you will be convinced
Jut iti. superior to ant- other article tn nuirait.' For
uUf> by Groote, generally.
Min oriel cr ed by TAYLOR A YOUNG, No. 180 Frost
>lr t. Hew Teri. Foi salo by fi
? GRUB KR A MARTIN,
... No. S3Xing street
IL BISCHOFF A 00., i
_NO. 187 East Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS * CO.,
? , Oornor Church aal liayno Ptroc .
IX)WIE * UOIKE. Drogglrts,
No, 151 Meeting trist, i*
.. .'. ' V ????? ? .".'<- OppositeCharlcstoa H fel, I
jr atury23 wfmcmo
I . ...'.. : ' . . , . .'. ..'.>. Jv.. - 'i.vJ/i
t'lnliTirrilcrit Sate -I'ltn-ktri, ami f'htMIMIY.
HY ll. ,fc A. Pa . AI.DW I ll.I..
On MONDAY. Mi.- lath, will ba auld In Iii More, No. -
Kimi trrat, nrxt tai tlo> comer of Wentworth alrtet.
un n.-ciuit ol i l rniip.Tm-1. ut Ul o'dook,
Tba Imlan.if lin- stock PtCROCKERY GLASSWARE.
STONEWARE. CHINA, Ac, ko., nav 1 from the lalo fire.
Comilitona wah. Mar ll
Contrats nn'l 1'irturrs tif n liar Room.
UV Wt V. LEITCH ,11 ll. H. DUOS,
Will ba HOM on MONDAY, Rilli inat-, nt No. 5 llcrrcaford
THE CONTENTS ANIl FIXTURES OF THE FIAR
ROOM known UM tho Oem.
Frtalf Stitt; tn/ order oj Executors -Houses anti
liv AVA ni, Vf ti U ARK Wt
Will varutdal ll o'clock A. M., on TUESDAY, tho Hill
Ma* next, lu front of Exchange,
A HOUSE A NU LOT al thornrr.orof Springand Coming
air ete Theil HO coiilalnn four nmms with firo placen,
ami double pin/ran lil Um rear. Tho front roora holow,
dlr. elly mi Hie rumor. In well ailnplnl fur a Store with'
nil Hie necessary Oxton c. ami ta an excellent aland for
bunin' *". There IH nltneheil In Hil lot a unod kitchen,
willi mrvaat'M room above, lie,, ho. Tim lait IH to feel 9
lachea'ront on Contint] trect by 45 feet lu deplli, moro
A DOUBLE FIIAMF.I) TKNKMKNT HOUSE, adjoining
Hie iii...- on Oonttna Hired, with four mimi In each
tenement. The lot in tn feet lniuelii'H front on Coming
sired, by in feet ii (nolie*, moro OT IPHS. ami ban on lt a
?.?ll of wahT. 'Hie Imllilliig. nu bolh DICHO loin aro
sear!* new nnd of oircllcnl materials. lida proporty
was in IIOH-J'HHIOU or Um Testator tetan tho var. IBM
hail never luco chnngril banda.
TerniH-One-lhlnl caa hi balatice In one, two and thrco
year , with liomin Hcciiml by mnrtgago of property. In
riitrariee ami pulirle* rv lalgiicd.
Pun'hnHctH to pay W. k C. for papers.
April 19 n",y<,70_1,l:Lli_
Auctions for Horses, Vehicles ami Furniture,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
in o'clesk, aa originally ratabltnhtxl by tho tibscrlbers.
I'm mi m -? nales at Pr vale Residences promptly attend
ed to at luw charges.
SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY,
Vuctloncers, No. 97 Urned street,
April ll 3m >_South Sido near Bute.
?\ ii i-i I a m-IT nml Commission Miirthant, flt
No. 80 li I ii M street, below Droad tn ci.
OITcmblH'ervlreH for tho Salo of MERCHANDISE ll
day and ni.-lit at bin store, al-o for Ibo sale of Block.
BomK Real Estate. Vessels, Homos and Produce. Heal
elly reforeiircH will bu given. Conilgnraouts solidi. <j.
Tennn nm I rat.- and guarantees satisfaction.
April '19_ Imo
ROUND HIE IR!
GEO. W. POND ft CO.,
No. 26 East Bay.
SOMETHING NEW I SOMETHING NEW!
BILLIARDS, SRUFFLK DO Alli)
FREE HILLIARD ROOM, FREE nil,LIMIT) ROOM
ALES at New Ynrk Prices-A cents por glass
RUM. BRANDIES. GINS, kc, IS conte,
FREE MINO!! from ll o'clock to 9 o'clock A. M., and
from 0 o'clock lu 19 P. M. Open Day anil Night.
A Uno niworlincnt of LIQUOR--*, WINES, and 8EOAR3,
at Wholesale nt
No. 26 EAST BAY,
Cor, Soul h Adgev-s Wharf.
May 11 stutb
A. J. BURKE'S
111 ll. Ul ill JU 8
V ! VT TU MILLS HOUSE, UP STAIRS.
?jPjVKRT DESCRIPTION OF JOD PniNTINO, 8TJ0II
PAUVHLKTH. DILL HEADS,
CARDS, Ac. An., Aa.
Erect!ted with dispatch and on rcai-onablo lunn .
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE AT TILE "DILL
FARM," F.llulo Uland, on Wednesday and Ilium
day, IGUi and ICtb May, 1807, aud ot Rockville 18lh. 20tb
and 9!nt May, 1807. to rocclvo Returns of sll Lands In
tho Parish of St. .lulu I'M o diet. m. and of all olhor proporty
In tho Pariah anacsRibln under Act of December, 185C.:
To mil-- . KiippUiui tor tho year, commencing October 1st
18IU1. Land holders sro oxpectcd lo band in au ncr urn lu
account of tim different dencripUons ot Land, end tho
number of acree of each kind upon tholr respectivo pinn
talloiiH, as tho Limb arc required tn bo assessed accord
ing to i in-ir actual vnliiiitinu on Kt January, 1887.
No Rellim received by mall unless sworn to accord
lug to law. JABEZ J lt. WESCOAT.
Assessor for Si. John's Colli ton.
Slay ll _1 _.
THE AMATEUR REGATTA CLUB
TTTTLL SAIL A RACE O X TUESDAY. THE 14TH IN8T.,
V loavio Hon tlic m Wharf at 3:30 P. M. All persona
desirous of participating Ju tho nco, must enter their
boats nn or before Mooday, 15th lnat
Har M_ ALPERT 0. STONE.
TO TAX PAYERS!
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for tho information of all persons concerned:
L Bo lt onlainod by thc Mayor and Aldermen In City
Connell osso-rblcd, That all taxes payabto J nder tho Or
dinance to raise supplies for the year 1867, and for other
pu rpo ea, bo pal 1 on or before t io 99th day of Juno next:
and that persons who ahall mako default of nasment of
tholr taxes on that day, shall pay. In additioW to tho
amount of their tax os, ons and a half per cent, per
month unUl tho Slat day of July, when, if not paid, an
amount of two perl cent, per month upon tho amount
nf taxes shalt bo paid ; and alter tho Slit day of August
three per rent per month on the amount of taxes dne
?hall be pal d until payment of Ibo whole amount la made.
II. That all persona who neglect or fall io pay tholr
monthly taxes on or before the fifteenth day of each
month, shall reapoctlvoly pay on tho amounts thereof,
two per cont nor month from such fifteenth day, until
payment ia made.
Ratified in City Ooundl this seventh day of Hay, tn
tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
(I. 6.| P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Strrrn, Clerk of Connell. Brno. May ll
fTUIE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
1 for tho Information of all cor. otra ed :
ax onniNAXOE TO monuens THE CLXAXSIHH or rrtrvrxa
am> van.T IN rax conponi-rr. .rurra or TBS cm.
I. Be lt Ordained by tho Mayor and AW erm cn. That
from and alter the ratification of this Ordinance, it shall
bot bo lawful for any person to cloanao or remoro tho
contents of Vaults or Privies within the limits of the
city, vrltbout having previously obtain od a license for Urn
eamo; all andi ll cen BOS to orplro on tho Slat December
of every year, and bo subject lo all requirements impos
ed by Ordinance* regulating tbs granting of I .leer, nc* for
Dray and Cirta. ., . ,
n. That tho uso of B rrela in open Carts and Wagons
la prohibited, and parties applying for License will be re
quired to provide closed Carts tuitsblo for Um purpose.
IH. All persons having snoh Liocnso nhill repa t at
one of Ibo Guard Houses, during the day, his or their In
tention to do snch work during tho ensuing night j in the
Lower Wards such report to be m ado to the Main Guard
Ilona.-, ni tho Upper Warda' to Upper Guard House,
IV. Tba place or places for tho deposit of such offal
shall bo doslguatod from time to time by tba Mayor.
V. Every owner ox driver of such Licensed Cart or
any other person who shall violate any of the provisions .
of this Ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to observe
tho same, or any of them, ahall forfeit and pay for each
offener a fins not to exceed twenty-five dollars, to be en
forced by tho Mayor in bis Court, or recovered in any
other Court of competent jurisdiction. ;
Ratified in City Council thia aevonth dav of May, In tho
voir of our Lord ono thousand eight bunflrcd and six
[I- a.] P. C. GAILLARD,
W. IL SMITH, Mayor.
_Clerk of Connell tao_May 10
P. V. BRANDT, Proprietor.
SUMMERVILLE IS RECOMMENDED TO INVALIDS,
and others seeking a salubrious and delightful
climate. Distance'from Charleston 99 miles on tho South
Trains leave Charleston at B A. H. and 4:15 P. M., and
returning loavo Summerville 7:10 A. M. and 9:30 P. M.
May 4 luth
fTUIK UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS
X' PENbEUila agreeable and healthful boverags, al
their well-known utanda. No. 88 H A3 KL STREET, be
twoon King and MooUng ?Irrels, No. 4 8K KINO STREET
(Old Piquet Denni Rouse), and at tho head of O EN TER
MARKET, northwest corner.
Druggists and others wishing to be supplied with
Fountain or Syinps, and dealora desiring Fountains
charged, will bc accommodated upon reasonable
Steamers, Rotels, Restauran ts and private families,
furnished with a superior crud o of bottled Soda, in quan
tities to suit purchaser*.
Wo aro agents for tho sals of A. J. M orso A Bon's justly
celebrated Soda Water Apparatus, consisting of Genera
tora, Fountains, Marble Draught Stands, Silver Plated
Refrigerating Draught Stands, Tumbler Holders, and all
apparatus necessary for the manufacture of Soda Water,
at lbs manufacturers' prices, with freight added.
Dealers - tn Soda Water throughout the State, desiring
an apparatus, will do well lo examine tho merits of
Morse a Arm ratun,.bc.'oro purchasing oloaowhere.
Description catalogue and price li t sent to any address
upon appllcaUon to JOHN BII0K & CO., Charles toa.
While appreciating tho very liberal patronage extended
to tu during the past season, we ahall drive to merit Its
E. H. GARDNER,'
. Anni it_arno
IO B C B A M 1
S DA WATERII ,
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES l l!
lS/E HAVE THE PLKASIRE OE AIV
VV NOUNOiNQ td tie Ladle ' and Oeiitlemcn of
Charleston, chat wc. tho Undersigned, have fi*tod tm I
FIRST' CLASS E8TADLI8MENT, at the corn Of Meet.
IOJT and Ha , 1 streets, where wo will guarantee that you
till fl nd a superior quality, of ICI CREAM, SODA WA
TER, CONFEOIIONEUY and CAKES. Hoping to re
oelve a Alcaro of the patronage of tbs community, wo ar
.'Respectfully, ! JOHN OG RAH.
. 'Vii ? W. A. WTTHINaTtN.
April 18. . , . ,rl o
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"XrOTICE 13 HEREBY OIVT J T r LEWW KNED
1*1 that lbs Monthly Retorna tar the cwntb of April
past. In compliance with tba Tax Ordinance ratified ora
thu Mtb dar of December, 1*5 , mutt be made on or Wi
tara the lttth inst. . D. a Jil 380??,
. Kay; 13. afy Aj*e wor,
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