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SATURDAY MORNING, MAY ll, 1807.
LOCAL MA TEHS.
.1 ii Wons.-Wo bavo now coni|ilotc>l our oRlco I
Bo au to oxcouto, in tho shortest possible timo J
AS, KINDS OF JOD WORK, Mid wo moll ro
epretfuUy auk tho patronage of our friends.
Foal Oilier Notice.
CUARLKST X, H. C., May 0,18C7. (
Koreaner, until furthoi notice, tho NortlionBtcrn
Maila will closo nt 1.15 P. M., niul arriving nt tho
Dopot nt 0.45 A. M. will ho ready for dolivery nt ll
o'clock. On Sundays the Post Office will open ot
P. M. for ono hour.
Tho Maila for South Carolina Railroad will con
tinuo to closo dally at 0 o'clock A. M., mid for tho
Savannah and Charleston Ilnilroati at tl A. M. on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
STANLEY O. TROTT, P. M.
ACK.IOwi.Loor.MF.Nr.- Our thanks aro duo Mr.
DXLACEY, of tho Mills HOUBO books stand, for j
copies of lato New York papers.
Music ON Tim DATTEUT_Tho band ot tho Cth
Infantry, under tho leadership or THOM AH WELDON,
will perform on tho Battery this afternoon. Thcf
following is tho projrramme muifrafs:
1. Overturo from Lo Caid.
2. Polka. Robecos,
i). Cavatina from Eniaui.
.1. Last Greeting, Seronado by Sobubort.
6 Duett and Fiualo from Los Montenegrins.
0. Waltz, Songs of tho Thames.
7. Qulokstep, Medley.
THE ATTENTION of onr roadors is called to tho 1
Advettlsomonta, In aunther column, of Mossra.
BERGER, Boinrrrs& Co., CliomiBta, Troy, N. Y.
They aro manufacturers of, and agent for, eomo
of tho most valuable toilet preparations in uso.
By their uso all may possess a cloar, Bmooth kin,
or a healthy and luxuriant growth of hair upon
tho bead or face. Tlioso of our readers having
uso for anything of tho kind would do well to pa
PERSONAL.-Wo unintentionally omitted yoste
day to ohronioto tho evont of tho season; tho arri-j
val in our sanctum of our genial" friend JULIAN A.
SEI.RV, of tho Columbia Plmnix. Ilia shadow does I
ot grow loss, and a glance at bis six feet propor
tions reminds us .that they wore giants in those
days. Mr. SELBY is tho propriotor of tho most flou
rishing journal iu tho intcriorlof this H tate audits
largo circulation and influence commends it to our
merchant" as an advertising medium.
ROUND TUX CORKER.-Under ibis titlo Gronos
W. POND A Co. havo, al tho south corner of East
Say and Adgor's Wharf, ono of tho coziest restau
rants thal can bo found in our city, whero tho best
wines and liquors, as well BB a muet agrcoablo
lonoli, can alwr~a bo found, an I where tho prices
aro considerably loner than in other nntabliab
menta. Situatoi as he Is, in tho business part of |
tho town, wc fool satlsflcd that this Slight hint
Will bo sufficient to insure them custom from thoao
who aro burn e donn by thc lient of tho sun, or who
aro too much employed to take their dinner at
ROBBERIES.- On tho 80th ult. tho atore of Messrs.
Cl KO nor. LITTLE & Co., in King etroet, waa broken
into by going through Princess stroot uud prying
Off tho bar nt tho back window. Tho thfoves lit
tho gas, and helped thomsclvos, carrying off bo
tween 00 and IG00 worth or clothing. Lieut en
nut HENDRICKS put tho caso in tho banda of officer
MEYER, who soon trncod tho partios, and had them
arrostod. A greater portiou of tho goods were re
covered, ulthough Chev were scattered in different
Louses. Lieutenant HENDBICKS also succeeded in
rocovoring a Uno gold watch that lind becu stolon
from Mr. HENRY HunitouoBs by a negro, who sub
sequently Bold it to u wkito man uamod JA si EH
MAURICE for three dollars. Both parties bavo
LUON" FOUNDRY AND MACHINE suor.-The Bound
of tho hammer and tho anvil lias always boon con
sidered tho most cheering sign of prosperity, and
few cities are destitute of thin melody. Tuero ie
perhaps no placo whore business and music aro
combine 1 to a greater extent than in a machino
imp, and the ring cf metal at once tells a lalo bf
lifo and activity. Charleston can boast of many
gt theso establishments, hut wo wish to refer par
ticularly to tho Foundry of Messrs. JOHN F. TAY
XOB & Co., in Pritchard street. These gentlemen
have mada oxtensive preparations to conduct tho
business on a largo seale, sud can turn out any
machinery that may bo required. They have now
in course of oreetion an additional machine ahop,
With all tho latest improvements, which will cn
ablo thom to tura out any work demanded. Tho
shops being noor tho water, any kind ol marine
work can bo porforutod with great facility. Wc
commend Mesure. TATLOBA Co. to tho good graces
of tho public, being assured that tboy will novor
Tax HEBEUNICON.-The crowds that attended
tho Hibernian Hall last night testified that their
appreciation of tho performance was not woaken
o 1, and tho different Heines, and the jokes of I
BARNEY wera received with repeated oncoros. It
is impossible to do Justice to this performance, os
. (be variations aro so pleating that tboy at once at
tract tho attention which is kept enchained
throughout. Tho acting is oxtromoly good, and
the lifo-like appearance of tho difforont chame tors
ran hardly be surpassed.
To-day, it will be remembered, ia tho lost, but
Ly no means tho toast, as thorn will bo a grand
matinee in the afternoon, which bea boon arranged
for tho especial accommodation of families and
schools, at reduced prices. In tho evening there
viii bo a farewell benefit of tho popular Guido,
BARNEY, in which all of tko wonders of tho enter
tainment will be exhibited. BAU EY bas BO endoar
( d himself to his audiencea by hin rich jokes that
we predict an astonishingly full house, and advise
nono to stay away who can maka tho trip.
Tux LADIES' MEMORIAL, ASSOCIATION.-Tho an
nual ceremony of dncnralinjLttio graves of atMsfiBta*
federate dead wax'obBoryody TeruxyT not only at
Magnolia Cemetery but at tho private grave yards
in the city. When tho Association wan first formed
tho 16th of June, tho anniversary of tho battle of
SecossionvUlo, waa chosen as their anniversary, bat
it waa thought beat to ohacgo this to tho 10th of
May, tho anniversary of Oon, STONEWALL- JACKSON'S
death, aa this day was observed by tho associations
in Histor cition. After due deliberation among tho
mein hors, it was decided to make no ostentatious
display of sorrow, but simply to dress tho tomba of
tho fallon heroes with their floral offerings. In
consequence of this reticence on their part few out
siders were swore that tho day bad boon changed
cr that any preparations had boon' modo to cele
brate tho oecoelon.
Tho Indios of tho Association bod boon busily on
gaged for several days in collecting their tribute
of flowers, and forming thom into tho different
ornaments to bo employed in decking tho soldiers
graves. Every gardon In tho olty was taxed, but
the larger portion were furnished from tho garden
of Mr. STBOUB, tho koopcr of tho (bine tory.
The day was bright, clear, and beautiful; lt
Boomed as if na turo bod smiled upon, tho Bcenoand
had aided tho holy causo, by tho charm of a balmy
air laden with tho breath of flowers.
By six o'clock In tho morning many woro on tho
ground arranging tho wreaths of flowers and Im
mortelles on tho several graves, but it was not
until 1 P. M. that tho crowd bogan lo assemble,
, ond in a short timo tho cemetery won coveted with
fair maidens bonding oror the last resting placea
Of tho gallant dead, sud tenderly nrranging tho
immortelles upon the mounds. Nearly four hun
dred persons woro present, and, with very few ex
ceptions, theso were all lidies-membors of tho
Association and others, who hid nome friend or
rotativo burled in thia sacred spot. No ceremonies
of any description wcro observed, and beyond
placing tho floral tribute upon tho graven, no
d monstration was m ado; no hymns woro snug, or
prayers offered, oxeept those that carno from tho
heart of hoarts, and whioh wcro board only by ibo
Great Tv>!ng to whom tboy were addrossod.
Tho decorations of tho graves wcro very similar
to Hinno of last yoar, and som o cara, was observed
that nono should escape attention. Tho soldier's
burying ground shows nt unco the caro that has
been bestowed upon it. Tho booti stones havo
been placed at fifty graves, nd others will bo enp
.. plied soon. Tho groimdi bavo boon laid out and
oro surrounded hy a wild orango bcd go,-an il tho
whole appeararifeo ^ groat irrrprnT ?iont on tho
barron and deso! to leo!; it pT ut lani yr r.
Each grave, waa tastefully ornamented with gar
lands and wreaths'; and though inj some in 3 toncos
the morinda ooverod unknown dead, yot all roccivod
! tho eomo kind attention.
In other parta of tho cemetery tho gallant soldier
.was not forgotten; and the numorons wreaths that
were to be /icon in every direction proved , that
their memory was still, green. Among others tho
snave of obtain JOH* fegg; (tho gallant son
. pf th dlstmgniahod Ir>,h exile) WM very Laud
aonioly decorolod. Copt. M., who It Trill bc remem
bered, foti willie in command at Fort (sumter, lies
buried in a triangular lot hear tho Receiving
Tomi i. Tho lot has boon recently shaped to repre
sent tho bastion of n fortress, neatly onclosed with
brickw rk, and plaided with auenmonos. Tho
Kamo affection and fnontlship that has siipnrlii
tondod thoso arrangements, wo loam, conten -
I il.itc i ml.hui; rnrthcr iiuprovcmouts to this grave.
lu tho nbsenco of tho President of tho Associa
Hun, Mrs. KNOW DUN, tho nrduoiiH duties of arm ng -
iug tho programme nnd of seeing that it was car
ried OUt, devolved llpou tho V CO-Pr08 doilt, M B3
M.uiT O, BoRHOuons, mid tho thorough mnnncr in
which tho iiumi'rouB graves were decorated was
principally duo to her untiring oxcrtious. Tho
ladies of tho Association desired to make no dis
play that would attract attention and causo thom
II bo tho objocts of ill natured remarks, and fccl
in;; Hint their inotivoii ero puro and holy, they
know that no ono who had any respect for tho
Li uve dead would iutorfcro with thom. Yoi it was
thought tobo tho best plan to perform their sad du
ties without any ostentation. Tho cemetery has boon
pined in thorough order, and a gale-koopcr ap
pointed who rcfuseo out muco to all persous with
out ticket*. This coureo Ins bcon ndoptod to pro
vent tho mutilation and destruction of tho shrub
bery and ornamonts iu Ibo grounds.
Tho different church-yards in tho city woro also
visited during tho day, and tho graves of tho dead
soldiers received tho name kind attoation as that
COURT OP COMMON PLEAS-Hon. R. MUNRO
presiding.-Tho Civil Enquiry Docket was
called and a number of rasos referred to tho
Clerk, and a number of judgments rendered, hut
or no public interest.
Tho caso of tho Executor of YAOEB 05. tho South
Carolina Railroad Company was taken up. SAM
UEL LORD, Esq., appearing for tho plaintiff, and
General JAS. CoKNon os .Solicitor for tho Company.
The points in tho caso woro, that somo timo in
November, 18C6, sovoral bales of cotton woro sont
from Georges' Station to Charleston, consigned to
Mr. YAOEB. Tho consignee waa notified by tho
company tho day niter tho arrival; on tho day fol
lowing tho drayman of tho plaintif! called for tho
cotton and was informed that a halo had boon sto
lon tho night previous. Tho action was brought
to recover tho value of tho lost cotton, as tho com
pany refused to indoruify tho consfgnco, alleging
(hat they were not responsible aRor tho notifica
tion. This occasioned a considorablo discussion,
mid tho caso was argued ably on both sidos, but
tho Judge re tm ned a verdict of MOO for tho plain
UNITED STATES DIBTHICT COOM-Hon. GEO. 8.
lh.VAN. presiding.-Attachments wcro issued in
tho following casca, and monitions rcturnablo in
two wooks from this date.
Tho United States cs. nineteen bnrrols of dis
tilled spirits, and sixty-nino empty barrels, found
al tho storo of W, H. KIDD, tu Charleston. For
forfoituro for violation of tho Internal Revenue
Laxvs of thc United States.
Tho United.,Stales vs. nineteen barrels of dis
tilled, spirits, found at tho storo of MAUTOUE k Co.
Tho United States vs. twenty-four barrels of dis
tilled-spirits, found at tho storo of J. W. DAC.UETT
i Co .
Tho United State* Ys.v'tbroo Wrols^of. distilled
spirits, found nt.tho Bloru^ fyQf \V.".P Nb k Do.
Tho United Stales os. two stills and all tho . ap
purtenance thuruu^itu-bolong found Ou thb
promises of W. E. PBOTIIBO, in Barnwell District
Tho District Attorney hos withdrawn all of tho
cases for violation of tho Internal Bovenuo laws
from tho docket, ti dining to j i inoculo under the
present circumstances, and has reported to higher
authorities tho inability to socoro conviction be
fore Um juries. If tho test oath is over applied
tharo aro hut fow who could conscientiously take
it, and it is moro than probable, that all of their
sympathies and prejudices should bo In favor of
tho government, and a correct verdict bo equally
hard to obtain. In oil coses an Intelligent jury
gives thoprisonors tho benefit of any doubt. Tho
CABOS for violation of the Internal Rovonuo woro
based on tho testimony of detectives and States
evidence, which was, in many casos, weak and ap
parently given in malice. Under these eire um
stances, the verdict hos generally been in favor of
tho accused, but it ls a hard matter to charge
theso juries with antagonism to the United States,
os thoy have boen usually composed of our best
citizens, and tho same verdict would probably
hovo boen ronderod in a Northern Court.
Co BT or Arra AT.-In tho Court of Appeals, on
Thursday, opinions woro announced in tho follow
Samuel D. Hodge ads. tho State. Prisoner son
! ten ced, by Wordlaw, J., to bo hanged on Fr id iv,
I 7th Juno noxs,
G. B. Lamar el tuc el al. es. executor of Peay,
Opinion by Wardlaw, J. Dooreo reformed and
special orders mado.
Abigail Dori ty os. Elford and ; Sherman, execu
tors-, Thomas Dunham es. the simo. Opinion by
Inglis, J. Dooreo reversed.
Tho State ex retattone James Bruce vs. S. A.
Hodges, tax collector. Wardlaw, J. Motion dia
I missed. Opinion to bo Hied.
Margaret 8. Kirkland, Powell Kirkland and Mo
Rio Kirkland aili. Uio State. Dunkin, 0. J. Now
trial granted. ,
Nelson (person of color) ads. tho State. Opinion
bv Inglis, J. - Now trial granted.
W. G. McKnight ru. John A Gordon, Postponed
I for consideration. -. . . /
ER Thomas ad*, the State. Wardlaw, J., deliv
ered opinion. Motion in fin-cet of judgment
.Moses Levy cs. O. A. Huggins, r.ilnnnistrator.
Opinion by Dunkin, 0. J. Motion dismissed.
lt. 8. IV.-.rd ads. tho BUtta. .'Opinion by Word
law, J.- -Now trial ordered.. *
All business of tho term hoing disposed of, tho
Court, at half-past 2 P.' M., adjourn od sin dir.
MAO&DEH'S PECTORAL BALM earea Whooping
DO WIE A MOISE, Agon bi.
GOODRICH, WLNEMAN k CO., Agents.
- ' - KLY8IU8.
A now and Important remedy'for married ladles.
[ Circulara can bo obtalnod and tho art icio supplied
upon application to tho wholesale agon tu.
DOWDS k MOISE,
Southern Drug House, No. 151 Meeting street.
April ll UutuSmos
H. Hil .? j
ir you wont cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
per, Ac; OT, Mn.T.iM' Almenan;
If yon want Printlog executed neatly;
If you want Booka bound in any style,' or Account
Books modo to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to HIRAM HABR A, No. 69 Brood streot.
ALL RINDS OF JOB WOBK DONE AT TUE DAILY
. Try .Them.
Many persons have within this eummrr experienced
tho boned ts to be derived from the use of FAHEHTH'S
RrriTio IliTTsiw. We would recommend them to all
who stand In need of a tonic.
For sale by r U Druggists, ' s October 0
Wb.i regards tho life and health of her chRl, shonld
possess Mita WINSLOW'S BOOTH IN O SYRUP. It la
sn old and well-tried remedy. It relieras tbs child from
pain, softens the gums, reduces inflammation, cures
wind colic, regulates the stomach and bowels, and, by
(riving rest and health to the child, comforts the mother.
Office, Hi 315 Fulton sire*!. Haw York, ind No. 908
High Holborn, I.oodou, England.
De sura and can for .-'.!' , ^
"URS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHTHO SYRUP-,",
Raving tho fae fisifle of "Cimm ft Panam * ' on tho
ou laide wrapper. All others are baas imitations.
for aale by DO WIE A MOISE, Nc, Itt Vesting street,
oppoai'o tho Charleston Rota.
Ttl Tiena t Adren lae ttl th* Country.
tun rnairrx baa a largo circulation throughout the
middle and upper DJ tri cte of tba state: Ad ve rilling
rates aa reasonable as the s brinete ey M 'the money mar
ket will warrant Merchants and oliera wish Ir . to use
the columns of Uta paper will addrett . > ' I
JULIAN A. HEXirr, Tfoprtetc-f,
February 25 Columbia, H. a
UciuliiuiiiTt-ra Si-toml Military District,!
CUAnuarros, 8. C., May . 1807. J
JOKNEnai. Onni.tui No. 18. |
L Ou (he third Monday of July unit, lu obedience to
Iho ropitrouicutHOf tito Act of Congress, passed March
33d, 1SG7, Mic Commanding (louerai will proceed and
cause to br mado a Registration nf tho male citizens cf
thc United Mates. Iwruty-ouo year.; of ago and upwards,
residents of North and Houth Carolina, not disfranchised
for participation lu (ho rcbolliou, or for felony st com
II. One or moro Boards of lUr.;j!*traliou, constating of
three dlecrcol and quaUllcd persona, lo bc appointed by
tho Commautllng (louerai, will bo organized In eacb
County or City, In make and rompi lo Ibo Registration,
superintend tho election to bc held llioreailor for Dele
gates lo a convention tu frame a Constitution, and make
returns to bim of thc votes Hst of voter., and of thc
persons elected OK Del gales by n plurality of tba voles
coc at such election.
III. 'ilia Counties in North Carolina, and the Geograph
ical Districts lu South Carolina, will, for tho purposes of
registration, bo illvldod luto convenient Registration
I'iccJncta. In each RcglstrnUoii Precinct a Hoard of
Registers will, if practicable, bo organized. Several
places will bc designated in each Registration Precinct,
ivlicro tho Hoard will inc l, und citizens cllglblo to Reg
istration may go aud bo registered. Tho Hoard of Rog.
islrntion wlU r. main In session two days, from sunrlsoto
sunset, at each place of mooting. On Iho adjournment
of tho Board u copy ol tho Hat ol persons registered will
bo deposited In a suitable place within tho precinct seven
lays, for public inform Klon. And thereafter tho Boord
111 ogaiu visit every pr. duct, and reviso tho list of
voters, bear objections from citizens as to any adjudies
llon made, and register any person who may havo been
unable, by reason of iUucss or other good and sufficient
sause to attend tho first BoiuUon of the Board.
IV. AU oenone appointed to moko ibo said Roglatre
iou of voters and to conduct said election will bo rcquir
t&j beforo ontering upon their duties, to lake and aub
.cribo thc oath prescribed by tho Act opproved July 2d,
IRCS, entitled "An Act to prescribe an oath of ofOco."
Vnd if any poraon shall talsoly toko and subscribe suoh
nth or affirmation, such person so offending and hoing
inly convicted thereof, shall be subject to the poins, pen
diles and dleabllitca which, by law, sro provided for ibo
lunlshmont of tho crime of wilful and corrupt perju
ry. Tho form of tho oath ls herewith published, as fol
"I, A. U., do solemnly swear (or nRlrm) that I hare
lever voluntarily bo ruo arms against tho United fi tatos
lines I boro been u citizen th-n of ; that I havo volunta
rily given tuvalu, countenance, counsel or encourage
aient to persona engaged In armed hostility thereto ; that
1 havo noltber sought, nor accepted, nor attempted to
ixerriss tho functions of any olDro whatever nndor any
lulhorlty, or protended authority, in hostility to the
Untied states; that I havo not yielded a voluntary sup
port to any protended government, authority, power or
?onslltuUon within tho Unttod Htatos, hoslllo or Inimical
hereto. And I do furthor swear (or alunan that, to tho
jest of my knowlcdgo and abiUty, I will support and do
'end tho Constitution of tho United States, agalnat aU
mernie*, forclgu or domestic ; that I will bear true faith
ind allcgtanco to the name; that I tako Ibis obligation
rrocly, without any mental reservation or purposo of
aralon-, and that I will wall anil foi tinnily dis ch or no tho
luttes of tho ofUco ou which 1 am about to enter. Bo
ielp mo Ood.
V. Mombcrs of tho Boards of RegistrstlonwiU bo al
lowed as compensation four dollars a doy for each day
actually and necessarily rmptoyed in tho perform anco
nf their dalles, aud ten cents a milo for each milo travel
led on duty. Officers of tho army dotrdlcd for such duty,
tvill bo poid the per diem and mileage allowed for at
tendance on Courts Martial.
VI. Any citizen desiring to serve as a member ot. a
Hoard of Registration may forward hts apptlcattrn to
these Headquarters, a dd reined to Capt kin ALEXANDER
Moiinc, A. C. C. No application wu! bo considered un.
IRKS accompanied by a written recommendation signed
>y either by tho Provisional Governor of tho St atc, a
I e dim of ibo Circuit or District Court of the United
states, a Collector or other principal officer of Customs
ar of Internal lt. venue, tho Assistant Commissioner of
tba Freedmen's Run au, or thc Commanding Officer < i
Iho Military Post within which the applicant resides,
certifying the applicant to bo o flt and proper person to
receive tho appolatmcnl.
VII. It ls essential that every Board of Registration
should bo composed nf persons af recognized considera
tion and worth, fairly representing tho population, and
In whoso Impartiality and capacity tho body of voters In
ibo vicinage may havo just reliance.
\TII. Tho bouudrica of precincts for Registration, thc
several places within each precinct where tho Boord al
Registration will meei, tho day or days on which.the
Board wlU meet In oacb precinct, and, also, snell regula
tions as may bo necessary for tho government of Regist
ers and of Inspectors of Election in tho discharge of theil
dulles and lo nsv.re the occuracy and completeness ol
tbo Registration, will bo duly published for general in
TE. Post Commanders will report without delay upon
the most expedient divlslou or tho territory "Rhin theil
commands into Registration Precinct , having reference,
u*jm i - -oti~u.i.., w t t,.-Q fo-wf* mt -trnxtmireUKvamisn.
lng the usual roting places, and keeping in view thc un
portanco of affording ampio facilities for rcglatratioc
with tho loost interruption of tho ordinary avocations ol
By command of Major ( eneral D. E SICKLES.
J. W. CLOUS,
Captain 38th Infantry;
A. D. C. and AcL AaalaL Adj'L Gen.
OFFICIAL : ALEXANDER MOORE, Aid-do-Camp.
Who is Responsible I
Victim of debility, who ls res pasible for your feeble
ness? Not yourself, j ou will say, for you've dono al
you could lo euro IL That's a mistake on your patt.
You hsve i't triol nOSTETTKR'B BITTERS.
Gloomy dyspeptic, with an uneasy stomach and i
world-wo ry foco, of course you don't think yourself re
sponsible for your owu torments. But you aro. It li
easy to ooo from your condition that
' You haven't tried HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
BUHoos sufferer, it ls not your fault, you think, tba
your symptoms grow worso day by day. Bins pd
doesn't do yon any good. Very likely. Rut you can bi
brought round for all that ' \ .
Why haven't you triol HOSTETTER'S BITTERS?
Friend, on whom Fever and Agna alternately blow!
hot and cold, and whoso brain scorns to be bursting wit!
tho effects of soma powerful drng, do you oas ame th
responsibility ? O, no I You've token pUes of quinine
and all tho regulation medicines. What could you d<
morel Ono thing moro-tho very thing that wooli
havo exempted you from all tho pongs that now rae)
You have never tried HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
Nervous invalid, what have you to say? Yon plea,
that you have taken ell tho nervines nf the phone, .ac
pasta, ll they have dons you no good, lt la not yon
fault. You aro not responsible. Wrong, all wrong. Yoi
have, in reality, nobody to biomo but yourself.
Why bavon't you tried HOSTETTER'S BITTERS J
For ell tho above-named complaints, tho Bitters ar
abaolnto spoelflcs. May 6
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THORN ros, tho great English Aa trole
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychomotriolan, who baa astor
tah od the scientific classes of Iho Old World, has now lc
caled herself at Hndaon, N. Y. M adamo TnoRKTOa pm
sesees suoh wonderful powers of second sight aa to em
ble her to Impart knowledge of the greatest importanc
lo tho al n gio or married of eithor sex. While in a Ul.
of trance, she delineates lbs very features of the porto
you aro lo morry, ond by tho old of an instrument cf ir
tenso power, known as tho Psychomotropo, guarantees ,t
produce a Hfe-Uko picture of tho future husband or wi!
of tho applicant, together with dote of marriage, poaitio
tn Ute, leading traita of character. Ac. Thia ls no him
hug, as thousand of testimonials coo assert. She wi
rend, when desired, a certified certificate, or wrtlte
guarantee, that the picture la what it purports to be. B
enclosing a srmoU lock of hair, and a fi Un g place of birt!
ago, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cen1
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will r.
eelve the picture snd desired information by rc mm mal
AR communications sacredly confidential. Address, I
confidence, Madame E F. THORNTON, F. O. Box 32
HiWaiun, H. Y._ly March 30
THE INFAMOUS PRACTICE OF ADUI.lERATIN
BRANDIES having become so common, that agonulr
article is the excopUon, lt ls of vltsl Importance totbei
requiring il for Family Use And Invalids, that lt ahoul
bo of undoubted purity and officaoy.
We are pleased to notice that tho old and popular Wit
importers, BININGER A CO., No. IS Beaver street. No
York, are very opportune in calling the attention of fun
lies to their
. "GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they say, that, "With a vlnvr to raooUng tl
popular dumaad for a roJloblo Brandy In its natural, stat
free from alcoholic flavor and Impurities, and folly pru
dating the fud that Ris often recommended by tho Meei
cal Faculty as a sustaining stimulant, when ali other r
medics fall, we are now bottling and selling at reason
bbs rates a Brandy of our owu importation from one i
the most responsible Houses in France, And known i
"BININOER'R GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This s land ard Article is sold by all of the promlnai
Druggists. _sumo_For,roary 2
Free to Everybody. .
A Largo 6 pp. Circular, giving information of tl
grtztxl izpsrixsca ts tho young of both sexes.
It teaches how tha homely may K-omo beautiful, ti
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No yoong lady or gentleman should fail to send the
sddrcsa, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mau.
Address P. O. Drawer, 91,
Marsh 30_ yr, ._Troy, N. Y.
OH R W ADVERTISES
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE SCIENCE, AR'
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEW)
Ch craw, a O. Pnbilohod weekly, by W. L T. PRING
roam or rjTjnsorarr O :
Ons copy one year...,.i.ti <
Ono copy six rv,cr. tim..31
One copy three months..,.J I
Five copies one year.18 l
v -'i narcs or AITTMXtXZS : - ..-j
One Bqoore, ten Unas or leas, first I i^ertta.,... .. ll
rca? each subs quent tnaortlon....ll
AU Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or thi
will be published unlU ordered oof, and charged eecdr
j <n ,U und tnerr t rsrUaiag Dy the yeur, s llb
ral 6*r>actlcm on tho above rotes will bo mad*/'7
NO. 92 BROAD Wi
Dividend February 1,
AU tho most desirable stud popula
Policies issnod, and every advantage
THE CHARTER Ol' THU SOCIKTY REQUIRES
Dividends Dechired Auhiiaii]
AND APPLIED AH OAHU TO TUE REDUCTION OK Fir
year' premium may ho applied lo re .ticing tho second yeo
Jud omi liberal dooling with Ula asaurcd, prompliicux :
fe rc d to tho adnu nv I by this Society, have Recured lo it a uti
thoo tn tills or soy other country.
In tho short space of seven year lt has accumulated a
secured an annual bicomo of Over Two Million*. 1
Over Tli Irl y Militons of I> llur , Increased lt lue
than Fourteen li mult cd Thousand Dollar .
It ls thoroughly established on a solid bonis, o md ucl 11
prndffure" fo "Total duh Income" ti lem than thal of WIM 01
? ' TTS POLICIES AV Lit AUK LARGER TUAN THOSE O
for investments persona select thin Society in preference I
Tho Assured have the opUou annually ot applying thc
tl i o rulos of thc Society :
Fnurr-To tho permanent 1nervoso of the euiu assured
HICOMD-To Ibo lncroaso of tho sum assured for ono y
" mm)-To tb pornuenut rcducUon of Ibo promtumn.
FounTu-To the r daction of tho prcmlu lip for ono or
FIFTH-To Ute r duction of the number of years hi wi
WM. C. RAV NEL. II. D" Manion. EXAMI*EU.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ^gef^^
direct from England, a full .?f^Hr"^^
assortment of r tSr
BREAD TRAYS, && I
Also, a gonoral aosorlmoul of \
OP A T JI EN8
Tins FIRST-CT I SS SOUTHERN COMPANY, ESTAI
HURAN0E a alust Ian by Aro of sloe af March illili
THIS REIKO A MUTUAL COMPANY. YEARLY POItlUl
como Stockholders, WITHOUT ANY LIAUILITY WU ATE1
A dividend of forty por cont. Mt Of Uio prout* of tho I
thereby reducing Ibo preniluni lo Insurers nearly uno-bnlf.
Dividivi J Scrip of the Company taken In payment ur pn
Loxes promptly adjusted nd paid hero.
MAY, 10, 1800.
T) ECOVERED AMD AT THIS OFFICE. A DOUTILK
ii OA8K GOLD WATCH. Patent Lovor, and Chain,
Any party making complaint of tho same, come lonvurd,
provo property, pay expense and Uko ll away.
H. W. ll KN unie: KM.
First lieutenant and Chief of Dectcctivcs.
MSMRGID SOLDII RS !
33n, 3lTii. .15TH, 'Jtrr. 4TTU. 103D, lo.m. 101m. 105TH,
U. B. O. T., and Mill and (Wth Mass. Vols, can hoar
of something to their advantage by ippUostion to
No. J dd MeeUng street, Charleston, H. C.
Advances matty ITTI cubais. tntlne! . May 7
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attendod lo with promptness and dispatch, and at
MODERATE CHARGES, DY
KMITIl i Slr fl 11. I.I \ lt V "i ,
April ll Auctioneers, No. 37 Brood stn ct.
HOTELS INjpW Y01U .
DE LAN EAU HOUSE.
DETWgER OtH and Otb AVENVEK,
ruo Kima ino. r.uvni u panic.
LABOE AND KI.KU ANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR I
families desiring accommodations in Now York, j
transiently or permanently. This I ono of the moat i
airy and delightful locations In the city. Table d'boto or
private. ... A. M. PELEVALETTK.
May 3 ... Imo
iah . 4Sa jiifO 4ib AVBNDE,
PARTIES viarrrNo NEW YORK, WILL FIND AT
this now and d oil rabia House, the most airy and
oorafor tabba accommodations for flin, lil Ga locsllug por
manently or trtnslftpUy, at liberal rates. Meale served
a la European or table d'hote. ' J. A, RODIN80N.
May 3_Imo _Proprio tor.
CLOSING UP AT A GREAT SAC
BOHN'8 LIBRARY AT FIFTY CENTS A VOLUME.
Engineering and Architectural Warka.
Agricultural and Gardening Works.
Cooking and Sporting Works.
Ail tho above works at bair price, at
May8 _8. HART'S, Book Store.
Anatomical Charts, French and
ARE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S I
Bookstore. April 23
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE ! |
rAA MORAL AND RELIGIOUS BOOKS, 10 cents
OUU " Motnodlst Hynld Books, 35 ceuta
' Baptist Hymn Books, 96 to 70 cents .
SOU Moral and Religion Booka, 36 cont
fi rt J loo Southern Harmony; IS conti
- CathoUo Ifrench and Spanish Prayers, 60 cont
Episcopal Prayer . 80 cent to 11.60
II. 100 Tba Charleston Book, 60 cents
TaatamenU, tn French or English. 6 couta lo ll
Socket Bible , 60 conto to tl .
I Webster's Spelling Booka, 10 cents. >.
Callat HARTS "BOOK STORE.".
April 15 ? - ?___;__^]_
The Bepojla of South Carolina
:-.j-..i aji) . ? ..? . .? AND
THE STATUTES AT LAUGE,
AT ll ALF PRICK. AT \ - .HAIVT'S -
INTELLItlK.MI", Ol' 1THL
P. BON FORT,
' HUDSON, near KINO STREET, rear of CITADEL.
FARM HANDS, COOKS, WASHERS, HOUSE SER
VANTS, A-o., winced Immediately.
March 36 ;.lg! _ ' ,- loth 3m
... ., ?', MITHK.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance, to Rai sa Sup
plie for thoyoir 1B67," ls published for tho lnfomilUoii
of person selling Goods by esroplo or otherwise, who are
not resident ol tills city. All auch poraoni aro horeb;
noUOod to report at -Hue office.
"Three dollars on' every hundred dollars of U goods
told In this city by r ni not resident , by sample cr
olherwlio." W. IL SMITH,
MaTeh; B , , , , , . tTlerk of Connell
TA VEH -K P. I CPRI1 S'SOTK IL
. . OFFICE CLERK OF COU NOIL, 1
. , .... . ifaroh 1,1807. i
ALL TAVl'.nN-KEEPERM, AND PERSONS HETAIL
INO. spirituous liquors, within the elly limits, who
have.not executed, thdr boc ls nd taken out Utepropcr
cards to bow, that they Lavo license to sell, wiU be ra
pried aa not tempi ylnj with.tba law, alter Monday, e th
Those who have carol aro hereby notlfled to bato tba
Hmt pltcod lu a coruroltuoui place in tho window. All
falling to observa thia noUoo will aUo bo unorUyl, after
the abovo-mentioned time. .?. w. U. SMITH,
?Marcha .? -- ? Clarie of Connell.
i 1, C : " -, -' ^HBl IA)AH.
i . ItV i '. l -'.YOTLAL'f Y 0F.CrilAIU,E8TOll,l
t'"11 ? " ^CITTHJCIX; Novomb r e,I860, j
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILD Tito IN TSE
Born Dist riet and Witta Places of the Oliy, un
der "An Act of Ibo General Anombly, giving authority
to tho City Council f rrnrW/wt to proceed In the mat
ter nf a 171 re Law, with a lew to aid in building up the
City antro,'-sro hereby noUflod tbit tba form of fcppll
rn tl ori ,/br loan can be obtained at the o mee ef tim Clerk
of Council, between tba hours ol U A. M. nd 3 P. M.
All ipvilc-dioni mutt be flied In the abor* mentioned
efflco, a tba Conimliteo will meei every Uanda* lo con
sider tho arne. . rr'ir I "jv.;* .
.:W Trdrfof}Ui> Maror ,. \M tM tr^mmiL,,
November IO Clerk of Oounelh
fi IA 'VA 'iHt iy 'PA
. UTPKTt WARDS OUATtD HOUSE, 1
Ouaisarov, May 9th 18C7. /
QTOPPP.D FROM TWO COLORED MEN A COW, I
V^^who statod hering found ber,ten miles np Aloin |
htfswftr. .. ^ ? } ' rZij^lSaRna^ < v.
Hay , l l Lieu t. V, W, O. IX - '
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
M A C H I NI T^H P S
JOHN 1\ TAYLOR. MMES MARKLBa"
v* IRON W0
Charleston; S. C.
JOHN Fi TAYLOR k CO.
PROPR1 T RS,
AUK PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALI. ORDERS TOR
HIGH nuil i .ow PRESSURE, PORTARLE HIKI
STATIONERY STEAM ENCUNES ami BOILERS, KICK
1 ll HASH EUS (from new pit I o nu. willi all HIL- modern
Improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS. Ac, fcc.
IM IMA IN IRON IND BRASS
Promptly attended to willi neatness ami dispnbh.
Itcntiiis to Murine siild other Worli,
Rhall receive special attention.
IOU SALE-Ono IJ Uomo power STEAM ENGINE,
nearly new ; overol new mel Hecoml-liauil HUI LEIH, (I
lo 10-borao power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, li and 20 Horse Power Steam
tny All Onlora for REPAIRS or NEW WORK aliall ro
retvo our prompt and careful attention.
.JOHN P. TAYLOR & CO.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNIII R.
No. 314 Meeting street,
(NE Alt LIM:,)
CHARLESTON, S. O
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. U01LKRS
and MACHINERY, Saw Ml '.a. Com Mill \ Home
Powern, Yortlral and Horizontal Sugar Milla, Cotton
Hood Crunhcrs, McCarthy Cotton (HUP, and all kinda of
Iron and I!roan Coatings, to order.
April IS HiHtiiCmn
December 16 slutlilyr
"VOOBATTENTION LS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
JL RA TES far TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMRER.
M FLOORING, at 25 per M.
6-4 FLOORING, at 23 per M.
3-1 LIKING, at 26 per M.
7-8 LIN1N J. at $26 per M.
We also havo various other sizes of dressed and rough
LUMBER. All of which will bo disposed of nt lowest
EH A Uti II & M ALLON EE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD.
HORLBECK'S WHARF, NEAR N. E. RAILROAD.
B R D GTr&TA C
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
. Machinery ot Hvcry Description.
TAFTS PATENT nOLLINO LEVER 8HEAR8
So. KU Coortlantl-at., corner 01* Grceuirleu,
RAILROAD AXLES. WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES.
Bolla, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, ko., kc.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portabio Forges and Jack Ben,wi.
Cotton Duck for Car Coven, Brass and Silver Trimmings,
Belting ox all kinda, Baggage Checks, Ac, fco. .,.
Also, Agents for tho manufacturers of CAR READ
AI.BKHl BRIDGES...IC LC LANE.
Noccnhrt f- ' . . _tnl-M^'r c
WW YORK STEAM MB (0.,
ENGINE LAT ILES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED OAR WHEEL BOXER.
. . AND
MACDIMSTS* TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREBOOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December If a 0
NITROGENIZED SOPER PHOSPHATE
rrare SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO FUR
FERTILIZER for lon dressing. It cray bo used before or
after tho planting of the crop, for even when ap plied as a
top drosAing, lt cannot be lost by evaporation, as nono of
tts constituents aro volatile. It may bo applied at each
hoeing of Cotton, and In the bills during the cultlvallnn
of Corn. Potatoes and other crops, hen crops have
been previously manured In the usual way, and found
to be of alugglsh growth, lt may Waugmented by tho use
of this manare. To the Horticulturist lt is Invaluable,
as lt may be applied to fruit trees at - auy season of the
year. Bold by ' '
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ROUTH CAROLINA, .
MAy 4 atuthlmo No. 163 East Bay.
GIVE IT A FA Ht TRIAL.
rTUIIS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY 70 IIB USED TO
X provo Ita superior quality. Coo it aa yon would
any "common Soap. Try it ard you wiU be convinced
that itu savorier io any other article In market. For
tale by Grocers genii ally.
Manufactured by TAYLOR ii YOUNO,. No." 180 Front
street. New York. For asia by __?
. G RUB En A MARTIN,
No. 230 Kin streit,
i. .1 " . . IL BIMGHOFF A GO.,
No. 197 East Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
i , Oomor Church and Rayna atrev a.
.' DOWfE Al MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 Meeting street,
Ovpoaitc harlestonHotet. >
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*