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CHARLESTON DAILY SEWS,
a. B. CATHCART, EDITOB
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
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Gold closed at 35} in New York. Cotton easier.
Middling Uplands 27Ja2&
The Liverpool cotton market dosed with an im?
provement of fd. Middling Uplands Hid.
HENEY 8. FOOTE, in a recent speech in St. Louis,
styled himself "a poor unpardoned rebel."
Daring the month of April there were 2012 white
ind 8687 colored men registered as voters in New
There is a gentleman living in Tippecanoe coun?
ty with the pleasing name of PLEASANT LAUGH. If
there ia anything in a name he would be a desira?
ble acquisition to an evening daily newspaper.
The Jesuits got ahead of any body else in Colo?
rado, and Bishop RANDALL says that the next gen?
eration bids fair to be educated with an intense
hatred of reformed religion and free institutions.
They have a St. Cecelia Society in New Orleans,
which gives soirees musicales at the opera house.
Our Creole friends somehow manage to keep up
this sort of thing muoh later in the season than we
Some of the Boston hotel proprietors have been
told to close their bars on and after the loth inst.,
and the' owner of one of the most central and
; popular hotels, threatens to close his house if the
. ceder ia enforced by the State Constabulary.
The Jardin des Plantes has lately received se ve?
xai ne w animall from South America, including a
young stag of great elegance. It has also re?
cel vod a gigantic crab from Japan, the fore-legs of
which are four feet one inoh in length.
JH80O The Bchiem in the Presbyterian Church is in the
way of being healed. Commissioners of both the
. ,'pld and New Schools, after a week of conference
in New York, have agreed, with remarkable una?
nimity, opon a plan of union, which will be sub?
mitted to the nexttfeneral Assemblies.
., The official organ of the Mexican republic at San
. . ' Lois Potosi, on the 19th of April, says that MAXI
,. , JULIAN'S forces made a sortie about the 14th at two
..> pointa, and were repulsed. The capture of a com?
missioner from MAX to MASQUEZ, warning him that
' Qnef etaro could not hold out, is confirmed..
The intelligence from Mexico that the vanquish?
ed Emperor could not be found after the battle of
Qaeretaro, has caused a suspicion that he was
captured and murdered,' as such a proceeding
would only be characteristic of Mexican ven?
The London Court Journal says that it is the
intention of the Prince of Wales to return to Co?
penhagen with the Queen of Denmark,it being the
opinion of har medical attendants that the change
v. to her native air will have a moat beneficial effect,
c : and tend to a speedier recovery of their royal, pa?
.: voa A Ne w York paper suggests that consumers may
find ail. explanation of-their long gas bills in thu
fact that air can be successfuIlY introduced into
the mains, and that when one-tenth of common
air is introduced the meter will register ten per
cent, or more against the consumer, and no visible
. ' effect be produced upon the light.
. The wonderful French cannon, the construction
of which ia supposed to be a profound secret, can
be fired, it is said, forty or fifty times a minute.
It carries with accuracy 2000 yards, and a single
discharge would destroy the whole front of a bat?
talion. It is so light that two men can easily
Two women have been elected parish overseers
" In England. That shows the "woman's rights*
movement is marching on, although women phy?
sicians find but little encouragement at the hands
mt the medicos, and women oratora are subjected
lo lusse* and insults when they appear on the pla t
Groat numbers of refugees are arriving in New
'York from Ireland. They give very discouraging
mcoounts of tho state of that country and say the
, Fenian movement there is entirely abandoned. It
v - ' issaid that CpL Bianca has made a special call
''upon' the Fenian Brotherhood for aid for the fami?
lia* of Irish State prisoners:
The annual examination of- the Naval School at
Annapolis will commence May 16th, and continue
about three weeks. All the cadets who pass this
examination will then go off on the regular sum?
mer cruise, which, this year, will probably be to
the coast of Europe, and consume nearly three
The operation performed on the poor little Prince
;. Imperial mu?t have been a terrible one. Hui leg
?j .:?*. disarticulated at the knee joint-which means
that tho lower joint was removed from its socket
JW a* to enable the surgeon to directly reach the
* cause of th e malady from winch , hs was suffering
~ gs ao much.
Z. . Xord A vwTtaurr, the, eldest son of Earl RUSSELL,
- littered his maiden speech-in the House of Com?
mons a few days ago. A correspondent says he
' does not personally resemble his father, except in
being short; but he has the same Weak voice and!
something, of the same formal cadence, though
. . not. the same h?sitation of manner. His debut In
tho reform debate made a very favorable impres
bnj mon, his speech being shrewd, terse and flowing.
. The special fund provided for by a joint resolu
? ; lion of the late Congress, for the relief of Southern
destitution, is to be applied in aid of none but th6
very destitute, who will receive one bushel of corn
. and eight pounds of meat per month for each adult
person, andona half the above amount of corn and
meat for each 'child between one and fourteen
. jean of age; and this issue of food will be discon?
tinued as soon as early vegetables and fruits shall
be grown. So directs the Secretary of War, in a
The statistics of the Vermont Conference show
11,415 in full membership, 1860 members on trial,
making a total membership, including 78 local
preachers, of 13,853. There are 148 churches, val?
ued at $383,100, and 93 parsonages valued at $104,
175. They report 191 Sunday schools, 2024 officers
and teachers, 13,758 Sunday schcol scholars, and
45,709 volumes in libraries. For missions during
the last year they raised $7,920.69, and reported as
paid and subscribed for centenary imxpoeea the
/gum of $55,065.10.
Judge FORCE, of the Cincinnati Common Pleas,
Las decided in a case involving inheritance, that
a marriage in Ohio without the statuary ceremony
is legal and binding. Tho parties had lived to?
gether fifteen years, seven children being the fruit
of their marriage; but, holding that marriage was
not a sacred thing, and that the "ceremony of
jumping over a broomstick was as good as any/
the parties had never been formally married. The
decision of Judge FORCE entitles the widow to
dower and the children to inheritance.
The New York Rome Journal says: "We know
cf a wedding to come off in this city in tho early
part of June, which promises to bo the largest and
most brilliant which has occurred in New York for
many years. We understand that twenty-five hun?
dred invitations will be issued to the church, and
fifteen hundred to the house. The lc dy is called
very beautiful, and the groom is a major-general
in the army. The dresses, as usual, have been
*imported from Paris,' and tho trousseau is of the
most elegant description."
A Washington correspondent tells a story which
curiously illustrates the fame of ANDREW JACKSON.
A citizen of Alabama, some thirty years ?.go, had
issued to him a land title, which many years after?
wards was proved to have been irregularly granted.
The Commissioner of the Land Office wroto to the
holder of the title to demand its return. The re?
ply from an illiterate man, probably a farmer in
moderate circumstances, did not attempt any le?
gal arguments; the writer was content to notify
the Government of the United States that tho
name of ANDREW JACKSON was signed to the war?
rant. "Now tech it ef you dar 1 " he added.
The season for sugar grinding has now about
come to a close in Cuba. It has been in every re?
spect a good one, and the quality of the sugar is
said to be excellent. Of the 401,135 boxes of sugar
exported from Havana this year, 81,297 cleared for
the United States ; 178,719 for Great Britain and a
market; 14,617 for Norway, 8weden and Denmark;
3397 for Hamburg and Bremen; 10,381 for Belgium;
89,843. for France; 66,757 for Spain; 3421 for the
Mediterranean ports; 4303 for South America.
Neither Russia nor Holland take any Cuban sugars,
except BU eh as they get through English markets.
Advices from Arizona report that a war of exter.
mination has commenced against the (ndians, who
have been unusually active and hostile in all parts
of the interior. General GREGG hod inaugurated
a vigorous campaign, and waa to issue an order
declaring the Indians oatsido the reservation, ex?
cept Mojavea and Cliemahuenf, hostile. An expe?
dition to tho Black Mountains had met sevornl
bands and killed fifty-four Indians and wounded
many more; also destroyed a large amount of pro?
vidions and stores. Detachments of troops have
bee? sent out in all directions, and the slaughter
hud commenced in earnest. Reinforcements of
soldiers were needed.
LAROEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes (he Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Posto?ce. at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Post-office Laxo, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston :
SECTIO* 5. And bc it further enacted, That hats of lot?
tere remaining uncalled for in any Postomce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
shaU hereafter he published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tho
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
?y Ad communications Mended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of tho
Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daiiy
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY U, 1867.
JOB WOBK.-We have now completed our
office so as to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
I OUR AGRICULTURAL FUTURE.
Disastrous as has been thc result of the late
I civil war in this State, there can be no doubt
I that other countries have passed through politi
I cal convulsions equally severe. Indeed, in the
I last two centuries there are portions of Europe
I now covered with fruitful fields and thriving
j cities, which have been over and over again the
I battle fields of contending nations, the camping
ground of large and devastating armies.
I We have seen it stated on apparently trust
I worthy authority, that upon the Restoration of
! CHARLES II. in England, the real estate of that
I kingdom had largely increased in value in
spite of civil war, of sequestration and confis
I It is worth while to inquire ?uto (he cause
I why South Carolina, two years after the close
of the war, otters so little evidence of returning
Of course there are t wo prominent causes,
t hc effect of which is evident, and upon which
j no action of ours can have any wholesome in
I One is, that most of the surplus capital made
I and accumulated by thc industry of the State
I was invested, not as in other countries, in vari
! ous modes of industrial employment, but in the
I purchase of labor. When that labor, there
! fore, was destroyed, the whole surplus capital,
I which in other countries was by confiscation,
I consequent upon civil war, simply oonvcrted
I from one possessor to another, was with us ab
I sol ut ely destroyed. It was just as if so much
I accumulated wealth had been sunk into the
1 Thc other reason Ls that thc compensating
I benefit consequent upon emancipation, which
I ought naturally to have been a sudden supply
I of cheap labor to thc agriculture of the couu
I try, was prevented by the political agitation
j over this very labor. The ordinary laws of
I supply and demand, the natural relation be
! tween capital and labor have, in this State,
I been violently interfered with, and nothing but
I the extraordinary prices of the great staples of
I rice and cotton has given even a chance to the
I exercise of agricultural energy.
Now these prices, it is very evident, will not
I be maintained, and the question of the agricul
I t ural future of the State is fast becoming a very
I grave one.
j The firBt cause to which we have referred,
I that is, the absolute destruction of all of our
I accumulated capital, can never be corrected.
I The second cause, the .political interference
j with labor, will gradually disappear, but it is
J very doubtful whether il will not before its dis
I appearance have too seriously affected thc
I character of our native labor to allow us to rely
I upon it for the future. For even if the present
I generation of laborers are found to be tolerably
I efficient as field hands, we think that every
I planter of practical experience is disposed to
I admit the very great improbability of the fit
I ness of the ?rising generation" of freedmen for
field work. No one, we think, familiar with
I the old habits and discipline of plantation life,
I and who has observed the present condition of
I things carefully, can have much doubt.upon the
I subject. If it is so, t he old plantation system
I will die out, and although cotton will be made
I in large, not impossibly in larger quantities, it
I will be as the surplus crop of a hundred farm
I ers instead of tho main orop of one large
I 1 Owning the labor and finding in the increase
j of that labor a source of wealth, the planter
I might safely perhaps disregard the small farm
I ing economy which has made elsewhere the
I agricultural wealth of the country; but with the
j greatly increased rate of wages, with the
sources of wealth from the ownership of labor
I dried up, with the uncertainty of the character
I of the labor, and with the foreign competition
I in cotton, which is now an established fact, it
J is very questionable whether very large invest
I ments will be profitable. The result of this
I year's work will aid us in reaching a better
It, is also, we think, certain that white labor
J will never bc successfully employed in large
I force upon cotton, as the sole crop. It would
lake u? too much time al present to give thc
grounds for this opinion, but we think it equal?
ly certain that both white labor, and even the
j black labor in its present condition, can be
successfully employed upon mixed crops, a fair
proportion of land being devoted to cotton as a
j We believe that this is thc only plan hy
which while immigration can be attracted to
I our cotton lauds at all, and thc only way in
I which it can at once bc made profitable.
J We shall endeavor before long to lay before
I our readers a fuller investigation of this in
I teresting subject, hut in the meantime com
I meud it to the earnest attention of our large
and practical landholders.
THE NEW YORK si ADA Y NEW*.
Our old friend, the New York Daily AW?,
has assumed the proportions of a large and re
I spectnblc hebdomadal under the above name.
Its columns give evidence of talent, care und
enterprise, and present as fine a repast of
reading matter-literary, political and miscel?
laneous-as any weekly journal issued in the
country. Mr. BKN.IAMIN WOOD, the Editor and
Proprietor, has had the rare good fortune of
engaging two of the greatest living writers of
Kurope to contribute to his columns, as will be
seen from the following paragraph, which we
clip from the last issue, (for May 5th.)
"Wo have not deemed it necessary to speak much
about the progress and popularity of the Sunday
News. That was a matter of town talk, and our
success was best exhibited in the fact that the
Sunday News is found everywhere. But we can?
not refrain from sympathising with our blower
cotempor&rios, who worry themselves in the effort
to understand why it is that the Sunday News
takes as it does, when we refer our readers to the
announcement in our columns to-day that CHARLES
DICKENS is among our contributors, and that VICTOR
HUGO will soon place himself next to his distin?
guished fellow-author in the same category.
CHARLES DICKENS and VICTOR HUGO ore enough
for ono day 1 A common sense community will
not fail to appreciate the true enterprise that has
secured, against all competition, such mon as these
to add, with their brilliant intellect, to the attrac?
tions of the Sunday News."
TirANTED, A COLORED MALE COOK,
V> well recommended. Apply at No. 51 WENT?
WORTH STREET. _ 1* __MayJH_
WANTED, A COMPETENT CHILD'S
NURSE. None need apply unless they como well
recommended. Apply at No. B LIBERTY STREET.
Y ?TANTEO, A COMPETENT WASH BR
V? AND IKON FR, at No. 45 CANNON STREET,
ihird door o Bt of Smith. May 14
WANTED, A T. A DIEs- MAID AND SEAM.
TRESS. Munt come well recommended. Apply
at thia office. May 14
WISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A hADY
that can cut and make men and hoy's clotho!*,
Indica' uud children's dresses, can keep house, and make
berself generally useful in th? house, kitchen and
Barden. Low terms. Good reletvuces giveu if required.
An}* ono writing please state terms. Address
"C. VT." BOX 31.
April 7 Vance's Ferry, S. C.
ANY INFORMATION OF WILLIAM AU?
GUSTUS CUBBIE-Will be thatifully received by
his brother, SAMUEL M. CURRIE, at St. George's, S. C.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK BY
au activo citizen of middle age, who writes a
good hand aud la quick at ligures; is capable of taking
charge of a set of booka, aud can produce the highest
recommendations for ability and character. But a mod?
erate compensation asked for services. Address
April 23_At this Offlco.
(wap T iE GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
W??t)? 1NG MACHINE, $25.-Wanted-Agents, $100
per month und all expenses paid, to sell tho Genuine
Bartlett Sewing Machine. This Machine will do all thc
work that can be done on any high-priced machino, aud
is fully patented, licensed and warranted for five years.
We pay the above wages, or a commission, from which
twice that amount can bb made. For Circulars and
terms address H. HALL k CO.. No. 724 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia. Pa._36_April 10
WANTED, AN ELDERLY WOMAN AS
Cook for quito a small family. One who is will?
ing to makeherselt generally useful, is civil and agree?
able in manners, can apply at No. 56 Calhoun street
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS OF
House No. 66 Anson street, with kitchen, one door
from the corner of S ocie ty street 3 May 14
TO RENT, A HOUSE WITH EVERY CON?
VENIENCE, furnished or unfurnished; uleasantly
and centrally located. Apply at No. 178 MEETING
STREET, 3d door above George._2_May 14
TO RENT.-A HOUSE CONTAINING SIX
Rooms, with cistern; also, grape arbor and ever?
greens on the lot Tho house No. 180 Queen street,
nearly opposite Trapman. Rent $360 per annum. Apply
at No. 24 BURNS LANE._May 14
TO RENT, A HOUSE IN MOUNT PL KA S A.NT
Village,containing 6 rooms, with a well of water,
aud all necessary outbuildings in good order. Situated
in Church street, opposite to Mr. Rivers. Apply to WM.
JOHNSON, No. 2 Wharf street _ thstu3 May 9 _
TO RENT. TWO FINE STORES IN THE
Adger Building. Possession of one given immedi?
ately; the other from the first June next Apply to
April 30_tuth_RAOUL ii L?NAH.
TO KENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 9?
KING STREET, with use of a fine cistern. For
further particulars, apply ou the premises.
TO RENT, A SMALL STORE ANO DWEL?
LING, No. 418 King street. Apply at Nu. 190 KING
TO RENT, THE HALF OF A FURNISHED
HOUSE on Rutledge Avenue For particular)* ap?
ply at RAVEN KL & BARN WELL'S,
No. 177 East Bay,
May 13 2 Opposite Accommodation Wharf.
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STAiti,E. with accommodaUoDs
for horses and vehicles, eau bc lured, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises. No. 69 CHUUCH
STREET, west side, near Tradd. April ll
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORK
formerly occupied by Mr. A. N. Cohen as a Clothing
Store, two doors above Ueorge streut ou tho northeast
side: ai se, the upper port of thc house muy bo had with
thc store. Possession given on the first duy of May. To
a good aud responsible party tho rent will bo moderato.
For further particulars, apply to P. EPSX?N'S, corner
King and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Halt
BOARD OF THE BEST KIND, WITH OR
without rooms, eau now bo secured, at very reason?
able rates, it Boon applied to No. 2 ST. PHILIP STREET,
corner Boaufain street April 30
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWS PAPE BS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. (W7 KING STREET
(Opporilo Ann street,.
Charleston, O. S.
The LATEST ISSUES ot Ute Press always on liand.
Subscriptions received aud Goods delivered or tor
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February 28 ly
WILLIS & GH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
8 HDP MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports} ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, C hurles ton. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHJSOLM
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
No 127 READE-HTREET, CORNER HUDSON,
?-Agency tor ELTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. AU orders sent will bo promptly ationded
to. fimo? Diwmbfr li?
H avail a Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
rBE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
Suth of each month. Scheme, 92,000 tlokets 627
prizes. Whole tickets,-$12; halves, *C; quarters, $3;
eighths, $1 50.
lPrize of.$50,000 2 Prize J of.$5,000
1 Prize of.$20,000 29 Prizes of.$1,000
1 Prize of.$8,000 63 Prized of.$400
1 Prize of.$7,000 155 Prizes of. $200
220 Prizes of $12'>.
64 Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,900.
Combination Lottery drawe every day. Tickets from
$1 to $10.
Cireulsrs sent lrec. Drawings maded ae soon aa tho
Lottery itt drawn.
Andres* H. T. PK?KRS, Culled it nos Lic?n*od Agent
No. .il Basel street, Ch-rleston.S. C., c. Key Box 52 t U
February 2U _? _ 3roo
SOUTHERN EXPRESS r : ITl.W.
Office No. 147 Meeting ir U
Every attention given to the sale
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
II. B. PLANT, President,
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Tho astonishing success which has attended thia in?
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ry, contusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in?
sanity. Sic. It will restore the appetite, retn-w the health
of those who have destroyed_it by sensual excoss or evil
Young Men, be humbugged uo moro by "Qbock Doc?
tors" and ignorant practitioners, but send without delay
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piness. A perfect Cure i.- Guaranteed hi every instance.
Price $1, or four bottles to ono addres $3,
One bottle ls sumciont to effect a cure in all ordinary
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speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Uro
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the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
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that are harmless on the syBtem, and never nauseate the
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of die
ia necessary while using them, nor does their action in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Price $1
Either of the above-mentioned articles will bo sent to
any address, closely sealed, aud post-paid, by mall o
express ou receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHUTTS ii CO., Chemists.
March 30 ly No. 205 River street. Troy, N. Y.
Tho Greenville Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. AT $1 60 PER
year, in advance. Advertisements inserted at usual
rates. G. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor and Proprietor.
TENTH ANNUAL MAROON, CHARLESTOF
FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
THE MEMBERS WILL ASSEMBLE IN UNIFORM,
(Fatigue Caps) at Markot Wharf, This [Tues?
day) Morning, llth instant, at 7 o'clock. BP punctual, as
the boat will leave precisely at 7 M o'clock.
By ordor of tho President GEORGE McLEAN.
May 14_ 2 Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY.
~\ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS DAY,
Ll 14th instant, the Arrear List will be road the
third time, and the rule excluding all members whose
arrears aro not thon paid, will be enforced.
EVAN EDWARDS, Treasurer.
May 14 mtu2 Corner Broad and East Bay streets.
YOUNO AMERICA ^TEAM FIRE ENGINE
ATTEND EXTRA MEETING, THIS EVENING, Urn
inst., at Market Hall, at eight o'clock precisely.
A full attendance of membors is desired, as final ar?
rangements ta relation to approaching Anniversary will
By order of President. W. W. HART.
May 14_1_Sec'y. Y. A. S. F. E. Co.
CAROLINA C? .iPTER NO. 1, R. A. M.
4 REGULAR MONTHLY CONVOCATION OF CARO?
DA. LINA Chapter No. 1. R. A. M.. will be held at
Masonic Hall Thit Evening, 14th inst, at 7X o'clock.
Companions will please be punctual ta their attendance.
By order M. E. H. Priest.
L B. LOVEGREEN,
Secretary Carolina Chapter No. 1, R. A. M.
.?ETNA. FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will be held at Market Hall This Evening,
llth. rt 8>J o'clock. By order J. McLEISH,
Ma3L14 _ 1 Secretary.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE SOCIETY WILL
be held This Evening, at the Hall at 8 o'clock. A
tall attendance ls desired. The matter of the extension
of thc Hall will be considered. THOS. O'BRIEN,
May 14_1 _Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
AREGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS SO?
CIETY wfil be held This Evening, the 14th instant
at No. 310 Meeting street at 8 o'clock precisely. The
officers and members ara requested to be punctual in
By order of the President. FRIED. HI8CH,
May 14 !. Treasurer.
THE AMATEUR REGATTA CLUB
XT/ILL 8ALL A RACE THIS DAY. THE 14TH INST.,
TV leaving Southern Wharf at 3:30 P. M. All penang
desirous of participating in tho race, must enter their
boats on or before Monday, 16th inst
May 14_ALBERT O. 8TON12.
DAS MAI PE ST
YT7TBD STATTFINDEN AM MITTWOCH DIS TEN
T V Mai, 1867, auf dem Sc hu tzenplatze,
Uie'S. C. B. R. wird um 9 Uhr morgens, und 1 Uhr
Mittags vom Ann street Depot, und des Abends um 7 Uhr
vom Schntzenplatza abgehen.
2_May 14_2 DAS COMMITTEE.
THE FLORENCE FAIR.
re LADIES OF FLORENCE RESPECTFULLY IN?
VITE tho public to a FAIR which will be held in
the Masonic Lodge, on tho 16th, 10th and 17th ot May,
tho proceeds of which will be devoted to benevolent ob?
jects. Tfie Fair will open on the morning of tho loth, at
10 o'clock. On the night of tho 10th there will bo u ueries
of TABLEAUX and CHARADES; on the night of tho 17th,
a CONCERT. No ono need stay sway for fear ot being
imposed un. There- will bo no EXTORTION. No article
will be sold for more than you can purchase else? here.
Torms of Admission to thc Fair, 26 cents. Admission
to thc Tableaux, 60 cents. Admission to thu Concert 5U
cent*. A E. BROWN,
Secretary of Ladl-a' Fair.
April M 22'
_ FOR SALE.
FOR SALE, A GOOD FOUR YEAR OLD
MARE heavy with foal, warranted sound and gentle.
Apply at tho Northwest corner of Queen and State
streets. 1* May 14
FOR SALE.- MOLASSES BARRELS. AP?
PLY at No. 7t) AN:.ON STREET, near Laurens
street_ tu3* May 14
HOUSE IN SUMMERVILLE.-A COTTAGE
with flvo rooms, good kitchen, gardon, etc., on ono
of the prettiest lots in imminarville, ls offered for salo at
a reasonablo prlco. Any one wanting a healthy and
pleasant residence in tuc country, from where one can
go to tho city and teluro the same day, will apply for
further particulars at 1 HIS OFFICE
May 14_ tuth2*
FOR SALE. A BAR-ROOM AND FIX?
TURES, ut the comer of Klug aud Line streets,
No. 026. Any person wishing to purchase, will ploaio
inquire of thc proprietors on tho premises.
May 7_ tutbs3
FO R S A L E.-A B A lt-R O O M WITH
every! I lng necessary to carry on tho business, ta
a good locality, and uow dom ; a fair business., or tho
placo will bo routed without tLO contents, wfilch ls suita?
ble for a grocery, fruit or other business, and is central?
ly located. Apply at this office 3 May 13
LOST-A BULL TERfUEH.YEL.LOW AND
white, a number of scars on taco, answering to tho
name ot Jack. A toward ol $10 will bo paid to the per?
son returning this do- to Maj. Gen. V. E. SICKLES.
8t6m?*?BCTri(ficrnrwn, Wtcr??8crfor8unfltn, et., in
einer ber Beflen ?nftaltcn be? ?anbei (ber Aniderbotfer,)
?eld)e auf 8 e g e n f c i t i ? c n SRufeen feegrUnbet ift,
befOTBt ?it ben m?flisiien pr?miert.
Crammirenber ?rjt, Bhn. Ufferfiarbt,
2>r. C. ?efier?. Qde ffing unb SDlocfct?ra?c
January 16 tufOmo
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - - No. ?75 KING STREET,
NEABLT OPPOSITE HASEL.
fTlHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH TS
J. SERTED at moderate prices,
ay TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March 6 tutus 6mo
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LABOE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable tor Gentlemen. La
dio* and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before the season advances too lar, we would espe?
cially draw the attention of tho public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made In our prices for the next two
or three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 20 No. 17 Chalmers street
G. F. VOSLER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar c supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALUUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
tine and largo selection of NOVELS, by the most
eel irated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am ?entonta, Ac
AL. the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on haud, and subscriptions re?
ceived 'or tho same.
Order* from the country are respectfully solicited.
T (?T? M* I .IBER A r" November 8
ELDER & BE0WK,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND BABY TENDER, Pro?
pelling Horses, and all kinds of Rook?
ing Horse J, Invalid Ohairs, with double
- and single sheels, from f 25 "to li s ;
Children'? .arrlages, Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sui rs, Invalid Carriages, made to ordor. Fancy
Propeller .nd Baby Rockers, Ac, Ac., life-size Horses,
made toe er.
Depot, o. C38 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
460, 461 a d 462 WEST STREET, New ?ork.
The Universal Verdict of all the Moat Ex?
perte nerti Pastry Cooks and 1 lo ti sc kn-j)
er.s is that the
IS THE MOST RELIABLE OF ALL BAKING POW?
DERS, being bcauUfully white, and free from all In?
jurious ingredients, besides requiring only two-thirds of
the quantity to have tho samo effect as other Yeast
Powders. If you want delightful Pie Crust Biscuit and
Corn Bread, give it a trial
For sale by GRUBKR & MARTIN,
No. 236 King street.
HENRY BISCHOFF A CO.,
No. IUi East Bay.
W. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 269 King street
DOWTE & MOTS E. Druggists,
No. 161 MEE11NG STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 24 _thstuGmo
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, ?
Cm HALI., November 9,1B66. ?
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TBE
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of the City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charleston to procee.l in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that tho form of appli
cation for loans can be obtained at the office of the Clerk
of Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AB applications must be filed in the above mentioned
office, as tho Committee will meet every Monday to con?
sider the same.
By ordor of the Mayor; W. B. SMITH,
November 19 Olerk of Council,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON P.. R. COUPONS.
CH Y SAVANNAH COUPONS.
S. C. U. P.. COUPONS.
PEOPT E'S NATIONAL BANK STOCK.
MEMPHIS AND CH AHLESTON B. R. STOCK.
SO. CA. P. R. BONDS.
RAILROAD AND BANK STOCK.
Appiv io H. H. DELEON.
May 14 2 No. 24 Broad street.
GOLD! GOLD! GOLD!
GOLD, SILVER AND BANK BELLS
BONDS. STOCKS AND COUPONS
CITY Ol? SAVANNAH COUPONS
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
CITY OP COLUMBIA BONDS
STATE UK SOUTH 0 jiOLINA BONDS
. . RAILROAD BONDS AND
High ; ' .or thc above by
ANDREW IL MORELAND.
May 13 :. Broker, No. 8 Broad street.
Tl HE FIRM OF FINLEY k CAMPBELL, LATELY
engaged In the Tinning and Plumbing business, is
hereby dissolved by mutual consent All debts due by
thu late Finn will be paid by Mr. Campbell, to whom all
persons indebted to said Finn will please make payment.
Charleston, May 11th, 1867. 3 May 13
MADAME F. LUDECUS,
1LLLIR, Al FM GOODS,
NO. 252 K?NG-ST, Up-Stairs.
riKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that she has
recently opeuod a large assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad if La?
dies would caB and examine them.
Mrs. Ludccus promises to seU at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WOBK
Done at the shortest notice.
She bas tho agency also of Madame Demoreet for the
cale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the sid of which
every Lady can be ber own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April 6 B truth
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALXB IN
CLOTHS, MERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS? FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 Cmoa CHARLESTON. 8. C.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
ATTENTION PARENTS !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR STOCK OF
YOUTH'S, BOYS', AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of fine and medium qualities, to which wo invite
your attention. Call and examine. We will tako pleasure
to show and sell them.
REMEMBER THE STORE.
GEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 213 King street,
MIDLLE OF THE BLOCK.
April Td Imo Known aa Victoria Hotel Range.
Ill RH I Iii. WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. GS. ST. 69
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CABHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGEN EN.
December 10 6mo_. T. HAMILTON. _
SPRING Sc SUMMER CLOTHING.
PIERSON ft CO.,
No. 26 HAYNE STREET,
OFFER THE BALANCE OS THEIR STOCK OF
READY-MADE CLOTHING at Wliol, sale or Retail,
at very low prices, to City and Country Trade, compris?
ing every variety of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
April 27 Imo
A. S. HULL, Ag't.,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will be glad to see his old friends and custom?
ers, ani?as In store a fuU assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSI MERES and VESTINGS of every va?
riety, which he will mako up to order at as low prices as
any similar establishment
A FUL t. ASSOU1MENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. Ti FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr k Co.,)
will superintend thc Tailoring Department as usual, ana
will glvo his especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making and Trimming.
May ll _ 5mo*
WILLIAM H, GILLILAND 4 SON,
Beal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Paner,
OF VABIOUS KINDS,
NO. 1X7 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, Now York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
every description for its manufacture.
December 18 6uio
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 1.18?7. J
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have not executed their bonds and takeu out the proper
cards to show that they have license to seU, will be re?
ported as not complying with the law, alter Monday, 0th
Those who have cards are hereby notified io have tho
same placod in a conspicuous place in Ute window. All
falling lo observe Uiis notice will also bc reported, after
the above-mentioned timo. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk of Council.
?KNken CURLS produced by ^^^fc
Lion warranted to cur? t,1L'4?0lMHb
most straight and stubborn T\*^xr^
hair of either sex into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
curls. Bas been used by the fashionables of Paris and
London, with tbe most gratifying results. Does no In?
jury to the hair. Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, $1.
Descriptive circulars mailed freo. Address BERGER,
SHUTTS k CO., Chemists. No. 285 River street. Troy, N.
Y" Sole Agents for the United States.
March 30 Iv
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
TO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends Itself as being an almost in
dlspeniible article to female beauty, is easily applied,
does not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on the
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous bair from
low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving thc
akin soft, smooth and natural Thin ls thc only article
used by the French, and is tbe only real effectual depila?
tory in existence. Price 76 cents per package, sent post?
paid to any address, ou receipt of an order, by
BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., Chemists,
March 30 lyr No. 386 River st., Troy, N. Y.
CHILLS & FEVER
WE HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S PILLS, AND
find they will do all tbat is claimud for tliem, and
cheerfully recommend them to public favor.
T. H. W ATI'S, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANFORD. Att'y Gou'1 of Alabama.
BOBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court, Ala.
From THOMAS J. JUDOE, Jude? Suprcn)c Court
I have used GALLIOHAN'S PILLS on my plantation,
for Fever and Ague, and And them nil that ia claimed
for them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala.. September 29, 1B5R.
LOWNDES COUNTY, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND ACUE PILLS will do.
They are decidedly the best medicine for Chills and Fe
ver I evpr gave. I would not be without them for Ave
times the prico. j. A. GRAHAM.
AMEBICOS, April 17, 1867.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
of Chills and Fever. They are the best medicine for
Chins and Fever I ever saw. A. G. RONALDSON,
Cleric Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MONTGOMERY, ALA., July 9, 1866.
Mewsrs. BLUNT 4 HALE-GENTS: I have used your
GALLIGHAN'S PELLS on two occasions for Chills and
Fever, and find that they effoot all that they are intend?
ed to do. They aro the best rr-mody for tho disease that
I have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE.
Grand Soc. Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBANY, GA., March ll, 1867.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS In forty cases of
Chills and Fever, with poncet success. Thev are the
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
No. 163 Meeting street
And by all Druggists.
BLOTJNT & HALB,
May 14 Gmo Montgomery, Ala.
GEO. W. POND & GO.,
No. 26 East Bay.
SOMETHING NEW! S OMET 3 IN G NEW I
BILLIA RDS, SHUFFLE BOVRD
FREE BILLIARD ROOM, FREE BILLIARD ROOM
ALES at New York Prices-6 cents per glass
RUM, BRANDIES, GENS, 4c, l? cents,
FREE LUNCH from ll o'clock to 2 o'clock: A. M., and
from 9 o'clock to 12 P. M. Open Day and Night.
A One assortiront of LIQUORS, WINES, and SEGARS,
at Wholesale at
No. 26 EAST BAY,
Cor. South Adger's Wharf.
May ll st uti 16
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON, RTCE
ANO NAVAL STORES.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES WILL BK MADE ON
shipments of UPLAND AND SEA I>LAND COT?
TON, RICE, ROSIN, and TURPENTINE, consigned to
our friendB lu LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK, or any of tho
Northern Cities. J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
May 13_m tuf_No. Ill East Bay.
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master tho groat art of Ven?
triloquism by a fow hours' practice, making a world of
fun, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a source of income. Full in?
structions sent by mail for 50 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. 0. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal Church South.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE THE AGENTS OF THE
Publishing House at Nashville,
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
No. 165 MEETING STREET.
A WORD TO THE WISE.
-\TTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING SECURED THE
V> AGENCY for the State? of South Carolina, Geor?
gia, Alabama and Florida, for the sale of the celebrated
English Metallic Roofing Paint,
take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Charles?
ton, that wo are prepared to REPAIR AND PAINT new
or old COPPER. TEN, ZINC OR EBON ROOFS, in a sub?
This Paint will protect Metallic Roofs from corrosion,
and we WARANT OUR WORK FO U SIX YEARS.
Aa we win remain lu this city but a short time, we
would urge those desiring to avail the benefit of our
work to send In their orders as early as possible.
Our Mr. JOHNS JN will canvass the city for the pur?
pose of soliciting orders and effecting contracts.
Orders left With GEORGE W. WILLIAMS k Co., to
whom we refer for particulars respecting the merits of
our Paint, or at the Pavilion HoteC will receive prompt
JOHNSON & FOYLES.
FOR THE MILLION ! !
IWILL 8END. POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the most celebrated Actors for 60 cents; 50 Actresses
for 50 cents; 60 Union Generals for 50cents; 50 Rebel
Generals for 60 con te; 60 Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 beau?
tiful young Ladles for 60 cents; 50 line-looking young
Gentlemen for 50 cents; 6 large Photographs of French
Dancing Girls, in costume, beautifully colored, exactly as
they appear, for 60 cents; or for 60 cents, 6 of the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
appear in the play of tho Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 lyr
The subscribers have just received
a flue and complete assortment of
the celebrated .? PERISCOPIC
LENS* in Gold, Silver, Steel, and
Shell Frames, which they are pre
I pared to adapt to all who may suffer
I from Defective Vision.
Prices reasonable and to suit the
ALLAN & SIDDONS
No. 307 KING STREET,
Sign of the "Gold Spectacles."
N. B.-The PERISCOPIC LENS
fitted to old frames at thc shortest
April 16 tuthslmo
OF! ICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES, j
CHARLESTON, Mav '.?th, ltk!7. j
TAKEN FROM A COLORED BOY, ON THE 14TH
April las?, by some of thc Officer*, a VIOLIN AND
CASE, known to be stolen. Any one losing the nanto
will come forward, prove property, and take it away.
H. W. HENDRICKS.
May *J 1st Lieut, and Chief of Detectives.
STEAM GAS FITTER ARID PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
TENDED TO. No. 116 KINO STREET,
August 31 Retwfipn Hroan and <JUI;-P rtrout*.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C.. May 4. 1867. )
rE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosures, vaults, ?ic, will commence ou Monday
next, 6t inst. Owners and occupants are hereby required
to soo that their premises aro in good condition and that
all filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor GAILLARD.
C. B. BIG WALD.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
BACON, HAMS, &c.
?3/\ MIDS. PRIME CLEAR SIDES
<j\J HO hhds. primo C. R. Sides
10 hhds. Prime Shoulders,
100 tierces best quality, kc,
Earns, various brands.
CO bbls. low priced SUGAR
20 hhds. j Choice Molasses and
100 bbls. 1 Syrup.
For sale by HENRY COBLA k CO..
A ff HHDS. PRIME C. R. SIDES
4:fJ 33 hhds. prime Ribbed Sides
24 hhds. prime Western Shoulders
15 bbls. New York Pip; Hams
30 bbls. prime Mess Pork
20 tes. pure Leaf Lard
'20 bbls. No. 1 Mackerel ?
20 half bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
200 boxes Smoked Herrings
In store and for salo low by
JEFFORDS 4 CO.,
May 7_ No. 30 Vendue Bange.
CORN ! HAY ! OATS!
7000 CORN218 PRIUE WHITE MILLINO
1000 bushels prime Yellow Corn.
1000 BALES PRIME EASTERN AND N. R. HAY.
1000 bushels prime Oats.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO..
No. 14 Maiket street, opposite State street
May 13 j
SHOULDERS, HAMS AND C. MID
I Q HHDS. SHOULDERS
J. O 17 boxes Shoulders
7 tic ces Hams
8 boxes Cumberland Middles.
Landing per Falcon and Patapsco.
For sale low by LAUREY 4 ALEXANDER.
May 13_ 2
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY^
( rN C O ll POE ATE D NOVEMBEB 1, 1866.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent
NO. 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
HOOK, SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Port, Wine Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne (in quarts), Sonoma Cham?
pagne (in pints, 21 in a case)-in wood and glass.
GEORGE t WILLIAMS & CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW TOBE.
May 7 tuthaSmo
MTROGENIZED SUPER PHOSPHATE
XJ X ZLVT IE .
rE SUBSOBIBERS ABE NOW PREPARED TO FUR?
NISH a limited quantity ol this popular STANDARD
FERTILIZER for top dressing. It ir ay be used before or
after the planting of the crop, for oven when applied as a
top dressing, lt cannot ho lost by evaporation, aa none of
Ita constituents aro volatile. It may bo applied at' each
boeing of Cotton, and in the hills during the cultivation
of Corn, Potatoes and other crops. When crops have
boon previously manured in the usual way, and found
to be of sluggish growtb, lt may be augmented by the tia?
of this ma-JU re. To the Horticulturist it ls invaluable,
as it may bo applied to fruit trees at any season of the
year. Sold by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
80LE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
May 4 H tu th Imo No. isa Bast Bay.
TO TAX PAYERS;
npHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
JL for the information of all persons concerned:
AN ORDINANCE TO ASCEND AN ORD CN ANCE TO RAISE SUP?
PLIES EOE THE TEAR 1867, AND JOB OTHES PURPOSES.
I. Bo it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council aase m bled. That all. taxes payable under the Or?
dinance to raise supplies for the year 1867, and for other
purposes, be paid on or before the 29th day of Juno next:
and that persons who shall make default of pajnnent of
their taxes on that day, shall pay, in addition to the
amount of their taxes, one and a half per cent per
month until the 31st day of July, when, if not paid, an
amount of two perl cent per month upon the amount
of taxes shall be paid; and alter the 81st day of August
three par cent per month on the amount of taxes due
shall be paid until payment of the whole amount is made.
IL That all persons who neglect or fall to pay their
monthly taxes on or before the fifteenth day of each
month, shall respectively pay on the amounts thereof,
two per cent per month from such fifteenth day, until
payment la made.
Ratified in City Council this seventh day of May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L. s.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SICTH, Clerk of Connell. 3mo May ll
(TUTE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
JL for tho Information of all concerned :
AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE TBS CLEANSING O? PBTVTES
AND VAULTS n* THE CORPORATE LO?IT8 OE THE COT.
I. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, i hat
from and after the ratification of thia Ordinance, lt shall
not be lawful for any person to cleanse or remove the
contents of Vaults or Privies within thu limita of the
city, without having previously obtained a license for the
same; all euch licensee to expire on the 31st December
of every year, and bo subject to all, requirements impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating the granting of Licenses for
Drays and Carts.
LL That the use of Barrels in open Carts and Wagons
is prohibited, and parties applying for License will be re?
quired to provide closed Carts suitable for the purpose.
ILL AU persons having such License shall repot t at
one of the Guard Houses, during the day, his or their in?
tention todo such work during the ensuing night; In the
Lower Wards such report to be made to the Main Guard
House, m the Upper Wards to Upper Guard House.
IV. The place or places for the deposit of such offal
shall be designated from time to time by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or 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
the same, or auy of them, shall forfeit and pay for each
offence a fine uot to exceed twenty-five donara, to be en?
forced by the Mayor in his Court, or recovered In any
other Court of competent jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this seventh day of May, In the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six?
II. S.) P. C. GAILLARD,
W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Council 3mo_May 10 *t
OFFICE OF CITY TREASUBY, )
January 3, 1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
for delivery from this OfBce. 8. THOMAS,
SEC. L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council auembled, That from [and after the first day
of January, licenses sholl be taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, In
the same manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven U'or hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cort, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining thu uumbcr thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereafter bc the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, kc,
including tho horses or mules used thereof, which shall
he tree from other taxariou:
I'CBLIC CARTS, DRATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED Djt ANT
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOR HIRE DrREOT OB INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagou, drawn Dy two horses ot
mules, $30. ? .
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, ?20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except linc omnibus),
with two horses, $60.
For every stage or omnibus (except Uno omnibus),
drawn by tour horses, $C0.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more boree?
or mules, ?60.
DREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wugon, $6. .
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do"
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed in the trans?
porting ot goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum of
$5, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified lu City Council, this 16th day of January,
[L. s.) in thc year of our Lord ouo thousand eight huni
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
Bv the Mayor.
January S _W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CounciL
THE BBST TONIC NOW IN USE !
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFIOE FROM CHALMERS
street to Nc. 83 CHURCH STREET, one door
uorth ol Broad street. August 81