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TUE8DAY M0RNL?GT7MAY 14,1867.
JOB WORK.-We have now completed our office
so as to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OP JOB WORK, and wo most re
epactfolly ask the patronage of our friends.
Poat Office Notice.
POST OFFICE, )
CH?BUSTOX, S. C., May 6,1867. (
Hereafter, until further notice, the Northeastern
Mads will close at 1.15 P. M.. and arriving at tho
Depot at 9.45 A. M. will be readv for delivery at ll
o'clock. On Sundays the Post Office will open at
12.30 P. M. for one hour.
The Mails for South Carolina Railroad will con?
tinue to close daily at 6 o'clock A. M., and for the
Savannah and Charleston Railroad at 6 A. M. on
Mondara, Wednesdays and Fridays.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
PEBSONAL.-Chancellor LESESNE loft this city in
tho Saturday steamer for New York. This trip
has been taken under medical advice, his health
. having stifferod-from tho unusual amount of busi?
ness tint has required his attention of late. Tho
Chancellor, weare informed, expects to attend his
Circuit next month. This will allow him a very
?hort time within which to recruit his strength for
the laborious duties before him.
INSURANCE ON THE LATE FIRE.-We leant that
Mr, H. (..LARK, whoso store was set on fire Sunday
night, had his stock insured for $8500 in HEBBIOT
? LANE'S Insurance Agencies. The building, which
waa the property of Mr. A. VON GLAHN, was in
Bured for $6000 in TUPPER & LANE'S Agencies.
Neither the building nor the stock were materially
injured by the fire, but Buffered principally from
the water, which deluged everything.
Ono.-We have been called upon by a gentleman
who received a letter dated and post-marked Oro,
8. O., to inform him where the said Oro was loca?
ted, bnt were unable to ascertain. Several letters
directed to that place have been sent to tho Dead
Letter Office, the Postoffice Department not
knowing such a postoffice. It is supposed to be in
a mining section as the letter in question referred j
to the Challenge Mining Company of that place.
As Oro is now a terra incognita, ve await an
answer from some enterprising explorer who is
willing to penetrate the wilds of South Carolina,
particularly the mining districts.
THE MAX NUMBER OF THE SOUTHERN MEDICAL,
AND SUBGIOAL JOURNAL, edited by lire. L. A. DU?
DAS, W. H. DOUGHTY, and DESAUSSUBB FOBD, and
published in Augusta, Ga., has reached us. This
humber of tho Journal opens with a learned and
very able paper by our late townsman Dr. EDWARD
GEDDING?, now Professor of Physiology in the
Medical College at Augusta: "On the true Homo?
logies of some Structures, usually accounted Epi?
thelial.'' "Protocide of Nitrogen" is the subject cf |
the second arricio, by Dr. J. P. H. BROWN, Den?
tist. Next we havo ?"Ligation of the Axillary Ar?
tery," by Dr. J. B. BAXLET. There is besides a
large amount of interesting selected matter. Ap?
pended is also a copy of "The True Physician: an
address delivered before the graduating class of ?
the Medical College of Georgia, at its Amma1
Commencement March 1, 1867, by Rev. HENRY H.
TUCKER, DJ)., President of Mercer University."
YKSTKBDAV.-Although Summer has suddenly
come upon us, and brought that lassitude that is
Usually induced by its first appearance, we must
compliment the beautiful weather with which we
were yesterday blessed. The clearness of the sky
a? -tho lightness of the atmosphere-the balmy,
breezes that were flowing through the streets and
into the houses, exhibited such a timo as only the
?Tweet month of May om give us. That blissful j
period of the year which ralli?e the sick, gives hope'
to the unfortunate, and happiness to the sod, has
. again returned-in ito vigor, and is spreading its
' kindnesses around. There is no month like it, and
we feel confident that no day in the month can sur?
pass yesterday in the beautiful feeling of elasticity,
and the wholesome breathing of pure air, which we
all enjoyed. Toward evening the streets were
flied by ladies, who no doubt appreciated during
the day the soothing softness of the air, and the
Battery and King and other Btreets, were filled
.with the beautiful and joyous countenances oj
those whose pleasure is to revel in the lovely close
? Of a beautiful May-day.
HARDWARE.-There are few persons who have
Bot noticed the sign of the mammoth padlock over
BUSSELL ? Co's Hardware Store, in Hazel Street.
A first glance at the lock attracts the attention,
and excites the wonder and curiosity, which is not
Satisfied until the interior of the establishment has
been explored, Messrs. BUSHELL & Co., are old
hardware merchants and their stock is in every
respect thorough. They have, in addition to the
a . usual goods of American manufacture, a large and
extensive assortment recently imported from Eng
' land, and which comprises waiters, bread tray's,
- tinned and ornameD*?d ware, and a number of ar?
ticles useful to the housekeeper, mechanic or
? farmer. It would be an endless task to describe
the stock of a hardware store, and particularly of j
?. the one in question, as the assortment comprises
every article in the hue, and the prices are like the
goods, warranted to give satisfaction. We refer
. ail persons who may either doubt the truth of this
assertion, or.who may wish to make investments,
to the sign of the mammoth padlock and they will
find under it the Hardware Bazaar of B ISSELL & Co.
- FAIR AT FLORENCE.- Tho little village of Flor?
ence, which has hardly been in existence over a
doz an years, has already outstripped many of its
ii older sisters, and bids fair to become a thriving
and prosperous town. It was among the few places
that were not ruined by the war, but those who
knew it during the last ninety days of the struggle
would hardly recognize, in tho trim and flourish?
ing village, the muddy hole through which the
cannon of the retreating army were wearily
Y^ dragged. With the rebuilding of the Northeastern
Railroad sew life.waa infused into the place ; a tores |
and houses were-built; workshops and factories es?
tablished, and Florence is now one of the most im?
portant railroad stations on that line.
'ike ladies of Florence, seeing the onward pro?
gress of their town, determined to be' up to the re?
quirements of the age, and will to-morrow open a
lair at the Masonic Hall. It will be cou tm jed for
three days, and will be varied by tableaux, char?
ades, and a concert. The ladies have taken great
pains to make their fair not only worthy of Flor?
ence, ont equal to those given in other places, and
have offered attractions that will not only induce
a large attendance from their own town, but from
the citizens of Charleston. The Florence Gazette
states that efforts were being made to secure one
fare tickets on the Northeastern Railroad for the
accommodation ot thoso citizens of Charleston
who may desire to attend the fair. Wo havo been
assured that the Florence Fair will amply repay a
visit; and an excursion party might be oasily
made to visit that place, and return before its
close. For particulars of price, object, Ac, we
refer to the advertisement.
REGATTAS.-The pleasant spring weather has
tempted many persons to renew their acquaint?
ance with on'-door sports, and the dullness always
prevailing in mercantile circles during the summer
gives them ample time for these recreations. Be?
fore the war the Regatta Club of Charleston was
an established institution, whose popularity in?
creased with its age, and whose demise was only
occasioned by the impoverished state of tho coun?
try. Then the planters from different places along
the coast were members; the boats were built
under their own supervision, inannod by their own
trained hands, and the greatest interest was mani?
fested in the different contests.
At the North the same lovo for aquatic sports is
observed, and the recent yacht race across tho
Atlantic shows what efficiency their clubs havo ob?
tained. Although the Charleston Club is now de?
funct there are many in the city who still havo a
fondness for "a Ufe ou tho ocean wave." and an
amateur club has been formed, which occasionally
indulges in the excitement of-a race.
The boats entered for the races are not all of
them Henriettas, but aro simply pleasure boats,
owned by different parties, and made from no par?
ticular model. They are, however, ablo to hold
their own, and would leave many finer and more
elaborately built craft behind them in a race.
Next to the game of base ball, there is not a moro
popular amusement for a Bummer evening than a
row or a sail. Our harbor is admirably adaptod
fer this sport, and though tho scenery is some?
what flat, yet the different points to be visited have
historical associatious that will always ronder
There Will be a boat raco to-day at 3i P. M.,
given by the Amateur Regatta Club of Charleston,
the boats leaving Southern Wharf precisely at tho
hour indicated. This club ia not an organized
body, but meet merely for the purpose of testing
the speed of different boats. They are, howovcr,
the nucleus from which will spring an organiza
[ Hon tb at iu time will rival the Old Regattt, Club,
and will ultimately give to Charleston a Yacht
Squadron in no respect inferior to that of other
MATOB'S COURT, May 13.-An individual who had
gone into tho junk-shop business without triking
tho trouble of providing himself with a license,
was brought up, bnt was discharged, as ho was
already nnder indictment for receiving stolen
Roods, and as his Honor did not feel disposed to
shower too many blessings on his head at one
A man who got drunk and sat on the door step
of a honse. waiting quietly for something to turn
up. was highly gratifiod by the appearance of a po?
liceman, who took him under his wing and deposi?
ted him at the Guard Honso. where ho passed a
delightful timo until brought before his Honor,
who discharged him as lie had been locked up for
Two other persons, who were not only drunk but
excessively noisy, were mado to pay $5 for waking
up the sleeping friends of law and order.
COURT OP COMMON PLEAS.-There waa no Court
hold yostenlay, on account of the sickness of his
Honor Judge Munno. Tho petit and pleas jurors
answered to the names, but were not organized,
and the Court waa adjourned.
U. S. DISTSICT COOBT-Hon. GEOBOE 8. BRYAN
presiding.-The Grand Jurors answered to their
names and were discharged until to-day, at which
time I he District Attorney will present cases for
The case of the United States vs. ELIZABETH
HONNOHUE, for issuing counterfeit fractional cur?
rency, was withdrawn, a Not Pros, being entered.
The application of L. L. HOWABD for a writ of
habeas cjrpus in the case of LEE VS. HOWABD, was
heard. THEO. G. BABKEB, Esq., and F. D. RICH?
ARDSON, Esq., appeared for the petitioner. A. G.
MAGRATH contra. Messrs. BARKER and RICHARD?
SON- argued the case ably in reply to the argument
of Gov. MAORATH'S, delivered some time since.
The arguments involved many intricate points,
and the decision of tho Court waa reserved to a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.-In the case of EEHOE k
DELOIN VS. POND k DUNCAN, on motion of MAGRATH
and LOWNDES, plaintiffs' Attorneys, it was ordered
that the plaintiffs in this case have leave to dis?
continue all farther proceedings in the case on the
payment of the coats a'ready incurred.
A new and important remedy for married ladies.
Circulars can be obtained and the article supplied
upon application to the wholesale agents.
DO WIE & MOISE,
Southern Drug House, No. 151 Meeting street.
April ll thstuSmos
If yon want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap'jStationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, &c; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If yon want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, NO. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
NEWS OFFICE. - ~
. Auction Salea Thia Day.
LAVRKT ft ALEXAHDEn will sell thia day, at 10 o'clock,
before their store, No. 137 East Bar. butter, bacon,
cheese, potatoes, kc. ; also, lemons and apples.
HENRY COBIA & Co. will sell thia day, at 10 o'clock, In
front of their store, hams, shoulder*. An.
LACKEY ft ALEXANDER will sell this day, at ll o'clock,
belore their store. No. 319 East Bay, horse, wagon,
lt A A. P. CALDWELL will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
before .their st?re, No. 90 East Bay. 300 bags white
corn; also, 3*) b?rrela white beans, kc.
Will be sold thia day, under the direction of JAKES W.
GRAY, Master in Equity, at ll o'clock, in front of the old
Custom House, a plantation or tract of land on Edlsto
Island, called Vinegar HUI ; also, a plantation known as
Lewiafleld, on the western branch of Cooper river.
WARD LAW ft CASBW will sell this day, at ll o 'clock, in
front of the Exchange, a bouse and lot at the corner of J
Spring and Coming streeta; also, a double-framed tene?
ment house adjoining the above, '
JEFFORDS ft Co will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, in front
of their store, No. 30 Vendue Bange, sides, shoulders,
T. M. CATER will sell this day, at \ past 9 o'clock,
on Brown's wharf, butter, bama, should ors, strips, ftc
MILKS DRAKE will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at bia
store, corner of King and Liberty streets, dry gooda,
For restoring strength and appetite, use . the great
Southern Tonio, r AN ct EN'S HEP AH C BITTERS and you
will not be disappointed. For sale by all druggist*. tn
TIM Time to Ad-rertaaa In trie Conn try.
Tax PHOENIX has a large circulation throughout the
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
ratee as reasonable aa the stringency of the money mar?
ket wiQ warrant Merchants and others wishing to nae
the columna of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C.
Headquarters Second Military District, )
CHARLXSTOS, & C., May 9,1867. J
[GENERAL ORDERS No. 19.]
All persona in this Department employed or concerned
at any time in seizing, holding or disposing of real or
personal property, goods, chattels, shares hi any bank,
railroad, or other corporation, bonds, mortgages, notes,
bills or assets of any kind sequestrated by the late so
called Confederate Government, are required without de?
lay to report in writing to these Headquarters their ac?
tion, specifying the kind and amount of property seques?
trated, the time and place of sequestration, and the
names of the original owners, and of the parties by
whom property ls now held.
By .command of Major-General D. E. SICKLES.
, ; I ?\\ Iii] vi . W.'CKKJfl,
Captain sa th u. S. Infantry,
A. D. CL and Act. Assist Aflj't Gen.
OFFICIAL. : .ALEIAXEK? MOORE, Captain 34th Infantry,
Aid-de-Camp. tu3 May 14
AU the World Over!
There aro but few spots on our globe where H08TET
TEB'S STOMACH BITTERS are not known; and, when
m the United States and British America it has become
a household word. Aa a -protective against malaria, epi
domic,fevers, fever and ague, and other diseases pro?
duce Jby miasmatic influences, ft stands far ahead of all
other prepara tiona, and is BO considered by the most
eminent physicians of .thc day.
In South and Central; America, Mexico and the West
Indies lt has obtained a firm hold Upon the minds of the
people, and ls implicitly relied upon as a certain preven?
tive and cure for the many malarious diseases incident
to those tropical regions.
la Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and adjacent
Islands, its progress has been marvelous. Merchants,
Miners, Farmers, Manufacturers and Squatters all en?
dorse it Thousands already has lt saved from the per?
nicious effects of miasma arising from the low, swampy
pro un da so prevalent In those countries.
In China and tho East Indies it its working its way
with rapid strides, and is extensively used In the hos?
DJ conservative Europe, even, Its lnflueuco is being
felt; and the day is not far distant when
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
will become in tho old world what it is now in the new
a never faning Joy to the afflicted. 6 May 13
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THORNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest Importance
to the single or married of either sex. While ic a stain
of trance, she delineates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and by tho aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, knowu aa the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a lifo-liko picture of tho future husband or wifo
ot thc applicant, together with date of marriage, position
in ufo, lending traits of character, ftc. This is no hum
brig, as thousand of testimonials csa assort. She will
scud, when desired, a certified certificate, or wriUon
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to bo. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and Ung place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, an<l enclosing afty conni
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mall,
All communications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,
Hudson, N. Y. ly March 30
Free to Everybody.
A Large G pp. Circular, giving information of tho
?'featest importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches how the homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and tho forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to Bend their
address, and roceive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
Mar<:h 30 lyr Tro/, N. Y.
p PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H, AT
ii ?J i l*r.,aumun. "??I. having a largo circulation
through ail the upper and lower Districts of th e ?Ute
affords great advantages to advertisers.
November* ~ *^aJJ^g^
P. BON FORT,
HUDSON, near KING STREET, rear of CITADEL.
FABM HANDS, COOKS, WASHERS, HOUSE SER?
VA -TS, kc, wanted immediately.
March 2G tuths2m
ICE O ]R E .A. 3VE 1
SODA WATE] !!
CONFECTIONERY AND Ci KES ! ! !
WE HAVE THE PLEASURE AN?
NOUNCING to tie Ladies and Gc emen of
Charleston, that we, tho undersigned, have "d up a
FIBST CLASS ESTABLISMENT. attie corn fMeet
ing and Hasel streets, where wc will guarantee at yow
will find a superior quality of ICE CREAM. SO. ' WA?
TER, CONFECTIONERY and CAKES. Hoping U. re?
ceive a share of the patronage, of the community, wo are
Respectfully, JOHN OGREN.
W. A. WITHINGTON.
April 13 Imo
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS?
PENSE this agreeable and healthful beverage, at
their well-known stands, No. 86 HASEL STREET, be
twocn King and Meeting streets, No. 428}? KING STREET
(Old Piquet G . ard House), and at the bead of CENTER
MARKET, northwest corner.
Druggists and others wishing to be supplied with
Fountains or Syrups, and dealers desiring Fountains
charged, will bo accommodated upon reasonable
Steamers, Hotels, Restaurants and private families,
furnished with a superior article of bottled Soda, in quan?
tities to suit purchasers.
We are agents for the salo of A. J. Morse & Son's justly
celebrated Soda Water Apparatus, consisting of Genera?
tors, Fountains, Marble Draught Stands, Silver Plated
Refrigerating Draught Stands, Tumbler Holders, and all
apparatus necessary for the manufacturo of Soda Water,
at the manufacturers' prices, with trolght added.
Dealers in Soda Water throughout the State, desiring
an apparatus, will do woll to examino tho meritB of
Morse's Apparatus, before purchasing eloBcwbere.
Description catalogue and price hst sent to any address
npon application to JOHN BUCK & CO., Charleston.
While appreciating tho very liberal patronage extended
tons during the past season, we shall strive to merit ita
E. H. GARDNER.
April II 2mo
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE I
ff AA MORAL AND RELIGIOUS BOOKS, Meente
t)UU Methodist Hymn Books, 25 cents
Baptist Hymn Books, 26 to 75 cents
500 Moral and Religious Books, 26 cents
100 Southern Harmony, 75 cents
Catholic French and Spanish Prayers, 60 cents
Episcopal Prayers, 50 cents to $1.50
100 The Charleston Book, 50 cents
Testaments, in French or English, 6 cents to $1
Pocket Bibles, 60 cento to tl
Wooster's Spelling Books, 10 cents.
CaB at HART'S "BOOK STORE."
Anatomical Charts, French and
ABE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
Bookstore. April 22
CLOSING UP AT A GREAT SAC?
BOHN'S LIBRARY AT FIFTY CENTS <v VOLUME.
Engineering and Architectural Works.
Agricultural and Gardening Works.
Cooking and Sporting Works.
AU tho above works at half price, at
MayO_8. HART'S, Book Store.
The Reports of South Carolina
THE STATUTES AT LARGE,
AT HALF PRICE, AT HART'S
April 22 _Book Store.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
Crrr Hat?? May 1,1867. |
?VrOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONOEBNED
i_l that the Mon ta ly Returns for the month of April
past, In compliance with the Tax Ordinance ratified on
the 28th day of December, 1866, must be made on or be?
fore the 16th but D. C. GIBSON,
May 1 13 City Assessor.
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
TOYS. CHINA, SLATES AND SLATE
STRASBURGER & NUHN, FORCED BY THE RAPID
increase of their business and their present inade?
quate accommodations, have made arrangements to re?
move from No. 65 Maiden Lane to tho extensive lofts of
No. SH BROADWAY, near Canal street, Now York, on
the 15th of March; offering there to buyers better in?
ducements than ever before. tbstu3mos February 28
^aw TTTHISKERS and MUS- ^ffw
?f^^k VV TACHE? forced to r^^k
W _ mt grow upon tho smoothest i-?
face in from three to five ^"'w
l?sf weckt* by using Dr. 8EYIG- Btb?f
Dft N E ' 9 RESTAURATEUR S??
CAPILLAIRE, the most J|
^?JM^^ wonderful discovery in mo- ^??pr^^
dorn science, acting apon
the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It
has been used by the elite of Parla and London with tho
most flattering success. Names of all purchasers wUl
be registered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in
every instance, the money w?l bo cheerfully refunded.
Price by mail sealed and postpaid, (1. Descriptive cir?
culare au d testimonials mailed free Address BERGER,
8 HU TTS & CO., Chemists, No. 286 River street .Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for the United States
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a moat, extensive and
Supplied with a great variety of PLAIN AND
FANCY TiLPE, of the latest and most approved
styles ; and we have every facility for executing
all kinda of .JOB WORK in
Bill and Letter Heads
&c, &c, &c.
11H0SE OV OUR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOB WORK, will please
le?ve their orders with us. We
will guarantee as good work, and
at as CHEAP RATES, as can he
had in Charles rton.
CATHCART, OMAN & MORIOS.
WITH OR W
OVEK SEVENTY THOUS
rriHE REPUTATION ACQUIRED BY TELLS MACHINE, W
X IN USE. We are also General State Agenta for thc eal? i
keep constantly on hand at Manufacturer's prices :
H. L. EMERY'S UNIVERSAL COI
The numerous testimonials and recommendations recoivod
bles us to claim for them superiority over any and all compoti
ii, simplicity, durability, efficiency of Gins, and as a fair and
challenge a practical test of its claims for superiority.
Cotton and Hay Presses,
Horse Powers and Threshers,
Saw MUls, Premium Fat
Fan Mills, Stafford ?
Fodder and Cori
A. H. CO]
W. B. LO
NO. 92 BROAD WI
Dividend February 1,
AU the most desirable ?nd popular
Policies issued, and every advantage a
TUE CHARTER OF THE SOCIETY REQUIRES T
Dividends Declared Annually
AND APPLIED AS CASH TO THE REDUCTION OF FUTI
year's premium may be applied to re .ucing tho second year
Just and liberal dealing with tho assured, promptness ir
forod to the assured by this Society, have secured to it a sue
time in this or any other country.
In tho short space of seven yoars it has accumulated i fi
secured an annual income of Over Two Million*. Di
Over Thirty Millions of Dollars, increased ils i nco
than Fourteen Hundred Thousand Dollars
It ls thoroughly established on a solid basis, conducts it
pendife/e" to "Total Cash Income" ls UM than that, of ami nth
ITS POLICIES AVERAGE LARGER THAN THOSE OF
for investments persons select this Society in preference to i
The Assured have tho option annually of applying tlicii
the rules of thc Society:
FIBST-To thc permanent increase of the sum assured.
SECOND-To tho increase of tho sum assured for one ye
THIRD-TO f e pcrmacnut reduction of tho premiums.
FOUBTH-To thc reduction of tho prcmiu s for ono or
FIFTH-To the reduction of tho number of yean iii wh;
WM. C. RAVENEL, M. D" MEDICAL EXAUISKH.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
direct from England, a full
BREAD TRAYS, 4C.
Also, a general assortment of
OP AT ll E N S,
THIS FIRST-CLASS SOUTHERN COMPANY. ESTA UL I
8URANCE against loss by Arc of stocks ol' Murchandi:
THIS BEING A MDT'JAL COMPANY, YEARLY POLICY
come Stockholders. WITHOUT ANY LIABILITY WHATEV
A dividend of forty per cent, out of the prouts of thu C
tberoby reducing tho premium to insurers nearly one-half.
Dividend Scrip of tho Company taken in payment of pro
Losses promptly adjusted ond paid hore.
May 7 Inti
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES i
Attended to with promptness and dispatch, and at
MODEP.ATE CHARGES, BY
SMITH & McGILLIVRA V, j
April ll Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street. ?
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES,
MAV, 10, UTA J
RECOVERED AND AT THIS OFFICE, A bOUBLE- j
CASE GOLD WATCH, Patent Lever, anil Chain. I
Auy party making complaint ol'thc same, come lorward, I
provo property, pay expenses and take it away. I
H. W. HENO HICKS,
First Lieutenant and Chief of Dectcetives.
May ll _ K I
HOTELS 1NNEW YORK.
DE LANE AU HOUSE.
BETWEEN 5th nnd Gt ii AVEM ES,
rnoKTiso RESEnvom pana.
LARGE AND ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOn
families desiring accommodations !n Now York,
transiently or permanently. This is one ot thc most
airy and dcllghttul locations in tho city. Table d'hote or
private. A. M. i-?LEVALe?TE.
4id AND titi AVENUE.
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORK, WILL FINO AT
thiB now and desirable House, thc most airy and
comfortable accommodations for families localing per?
manently or tranBiontly, at liberal rates. Meals served
a la European or tablo d'hote. J. A, ROBINSON.
May 3 Imo Proprietor.
P. Y. BRANDT, Proprietor.
SUMMERVILLE IS RECOMMENDED TO INVALIDS,
and others seeking a salubrious and delightful
climate. Distance from Charleston -2-? miles on thc South
Trains leave Charleston at 8 A. M. and 1:13 P. 31.. and
returning leave Summerville 7:10 A. M. and 2:30 P. M.
Mav 4 etutli?
UPPER WARDS GUARD HOUSE. 1
CHARLESTON, May nth isii". J
STOPPED FROM TWO COLOKEIJ MEN A COW,
who stated having found her lou mili? up Main
Thc owner is requested to call, pay expenses and take
her away. E. J. KLNOMAN,
May 0 1st Lieut. U. W. G. H.
AND NOW IN USE IN
ABBANTS D3 IN SAYING IT IS THE BEST NOW
si thc following Agricultural Implements, which we
TON GIN AND CONDENSER.
from parties who have purchased these GINS, ena?
mors, in quantity and quality of hnts turned out, and
just tost ol its superiority over all other Gins, wo do
-ni Grist Mills,
iud Buck Eye Cultivators,
ii Stalk Cutter.-, Grain Drills,
rs, Georgia Cotton Planter,
R.vpauding Cultivator, Pumps,
ls, Sse? &c.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
859-8 YEARS !
LY, NEW YORK.
- - - $3,077,788
1867, over $600,000.
kinds of LIFE and ENDOWMENT
ppertaining to the business granted
HAT ALL PROFITS GO TO TUE ASSURED.
on the First of February,
ORE PREMIUMS. DIVIDENDS UPON THE FIRST
's premium, and so on annually thereafter,
i tho payment of losses, and thc greater advantages of
ccss such as has not been equalled in thc same space of
ind of Over Three Millions of Dollars, and has
iring tho year ma alone it assured, by now policies,
mo Over One Million, and added to its fund moro
fl busincsB on tho Cash Plan, and xl* ratio nf "Total Ex
er Company prcninnslu oripiniznl,
' AN? OTUEIl COMPANY IN AMERICA, showing that
. dividends in nny of tho FIVE following ways, under
ar, or a tomi of yoars.
ich premiums arc to bo paid.
A. BOWEN. Agent,
No. 143 MEETING STREET,
stnthlmo May 4
TINNED AND ENAMELLED
Tea Kettles, &c., &e.
All of which we offer low for
rsiIED IN 1M7, IS STILL LSSUING POLICIES OF IN
so. Houses, Furniture, Cotton, Vessels in Port, kc ?c.
HOLDEliS PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS, and bo
louipany for thc past twclvo mouths bus beou declared,
J. L. HONOUR, Agent,
ishim No. 8 BROAD STREET.
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
BOAT DETACHING APPARAIS.
BLOWS i Wim PATEM
VPPROVED BY TUE UNITED STATES GOVERN
MEX I and Supervising Inspectors ol'Steamers, al
tin' late triol of rile difieren! PATENTS in New Yorli har
bur. With all ti stu res complete. Price, $40 cash.
The best mut most economical of oil the Patente now
1000 yards ..< OZ. COTTON RAVENS for Awnings
ami float Sails.
TtHKi yards Druid Mills Cotton Duck, NOB. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5,
fi and 7 at New York prices.
MOO coils Kentucky Ruling Kopo for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cordage.
For tain hy
Aprirr. Imo No. 18 EAS.- BAY.
Oh! slie was beautiful and lair.
With starry nyes, and radiant hair,
Whose curling tendrils, sou entwined.
Enchained the very heart and mind.
For Curling thc Hair of cither Sex into Wavy
and Glossv Ringlets, or Hean- Mafwivo
BY rjSTN? THIS ARTICLE LADIE - AND GENTLE
MEN can tieautily themselves a thousand-told,
li is the only artich- in the world that will curl straighl
hair, and at. I he sain? time give it u beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. Tile Crisper Coma not onlyriirls the hair, bul
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; ia bigliiy and de?
lightfully perlumed, and ia the mos! complete article ol
the kind ever ottered to the Ann rican public. Thc
Crisper Cotna will bc sent to auy uddress, sealed aud
postpaid for SI.
Address all orders tn
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
No. H West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 Of ali "Ordinance to liaise Sup
plies tor thcye ii 1867," is published for the intbrmatioi
oi perseus si-liin-; l.uod;- by sample or otherwise, who ari
not residents ot this city. AU such persons are herebj
notified to report .ii Ibis office.
" I ince dollars on every hundred dollars ol'all good!
sold in tliis city hy r?ou* not re*ddculs, liy sample ol
otherwise." tt". H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk ol Council
Hams and Shoulders.
BY HENRY COBIA ?Sf CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in front of our store, will bc
COO UNBAGGED HAMS
IP ticrrcn Hagged Hanm
25 tubs Lard.
Conditio" e cash. May 14
3Y R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
rHIS DAY, (Tuesday.) tlio 14lh inst., will bc ?old be?
fore our store, Ko. 90 East Boy, at 10 o'clock, on ac
count of all concerned,
OOO flags WHITE CORN.
Conditions cash. May 14
RY K. ? A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 14tb inpt.. will be sold before our store,
at 10 o'clock,
?10 bbls. WHITE BEANS.
300 Choico New York SHOULDERS
200 .Second Quality Western Sjoulders
250 Unbanned Hams
20 tubs Butter
30 kegs Lani.
Conditions cash. May 14
Sides, Shoulders. Ull ina nnd Hams.
JEFFORDS ?Si CO.
Will pell THIS DAY. In front nf their store, No. 30 Von
clue Rance, at in o'clock,
4 hhds. C. R. SIDES
n hhds. Shoulders
20 barrels Strips
15 tierces Sugar Cured Hams.
Butler, finnis Shoulder*. Siripi*, tte.
BY T. M. CATER.
THIS DAY, will be sold on Brown's Whari, at Jg past 9
250 Arians and tubs choice State BUI TEE
10 tierces Hams
Conditions cash May 14
BY R. M. BARSHAM. ?Si BRO.
Broker?, Auctioneers, Ko 33 Broad Street.
On Wednesday at 10J? o'clock will be sold,
Four fine HORSES. 1 Mule, 1 Grocery Wagon. 1 Cart,
1 Sewing Machine. An assortment of Household and Of?
fice Furniture, Engravings and Sundries.
Auctions for Horses, Vehicles and Furniture.
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
10 o'clock, as originally established by the subscribers.
Furniture sales at Private Residences promptly attend?
ed to at low charges.
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street,
April ll 3mo South Side near State.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, at
No. 89 Ki nj; street, below Broad street.
Offers his services for the sale of MERCHANDISE 'it
day and night at his store, also for thc sale of Slock,
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce. ne* I
city references will be given. Consignments sollen..?..
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
April 22 imo
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST Al FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills. Corn Mills, Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Mills, Cotton
Seed ^rushers, McCarthy Cotton Gins, and aU kinds of
Iron and Brass Castings, to order.
April 25 thstufimo
JOHN F. TAYLOR.
-1% IRON Wo
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
HIGH and LOW PRESSURE PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RICE
THRASHERS (from new pat terna, with all the modern
improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS, ic, ic.
CASTINGS IN IRON IND BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine and other Work,
Shall receive special attention.
FOR SALE-One 12-borse power STEAM ENGINE,
nearly now; several now and second-hand BOILERS, t?
to 10-borso power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10,12 and 20 Horse Power Steam
All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall re?
ceive our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS TN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Machiner)' of Every Description .
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVER SHEARS
Vu. SO Courtland-st., corner of Greenwich,
N TC "W YORK.
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolt?,
Iron Forgings of various kindn, ic, ic.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Hras& aud Silver Trimmings,
Helling ol' all kinds, Haggagc Checks, ic, ic.
Also, Agents for the manufacturers ol CAR BEAD
A LB e Hi BRIDGES. fCJELC LINE,
"VOUS ATTENTION LS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
J. RAIES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
4-4 FLOORING, at S25 per M.
5-4 FLOORING, at S25 per BL
3-1 LETING, at $25 per M.
7-8 LINING, at 825 per M.
We also bare various other sizes of dressed and rough
LUMHr.lt. AH ol which will bc disposed of at lowest
EBA UGH & M ALLON EE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD,
HORLBECK'S WHARF, NEAR N. E. RAILROAD.
May 1 _1tuo_
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
IUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILDING
j M.nSIMU, and P I NTS, OILS, GLASSES, fcc.,
constantly on hand at the low?pt umr.'et unc?*.-s
NEW YORK STEM Elli CO.
ENGINE LATHES. PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR WHEEL LOXES.
BOL L CUTTERS,
MACH1MSTS* TOOLS ?F.ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAliEROOM, No. J22 PEARL ST.,
December la Ow o
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Grntf. Mna'tr in Envihi. vs. Edings.
rm? DAT. tho 14th of May instant at il o'clock,
?will be ?ol?! io front of the Old Custom House, under
thc dlrocHon of the Vas'er,
AT,L THAT PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, on
"disto Islsnd. called ..Vinegar Hill," containing ono bnu
Ired an1 sixty-seven acres, more or less; bounded ot: the
lorth by lands formerly belonging to the late Bon.ism.'n
Hialcv." on the west by lands formerly belonging to the
ite James Clark, on the south bylands of-Murray,
nd on the east bv lands of tho estate of Balley and
he estate of Mikell. .
On the Plantation is a convenient residence and suiti
ile outbnJIdinoa. " . ,
Torras of Salo-One-third cash, and the balance on a
redit of ono and two years, secured by bond of pur
hasor and mortgage of the premises. Thc purchaser to
or for papers. J
May 14 th2tul_Master in Equity.
UNDERI??CR?E IN EQUITY.
Simons rs. Situons, el oL
'HIS DAY. the 14th of Mav instant, at lloclock,wiU
be sold, a? the old Cti?tom House, under the direction
of the understood. _ _
All that valuable PLANTATION or TRACT OF LAND,
itnate on thc wostorn side of the western branch of
oopor River. H *t. John's Parish. Charleston District
url known as Lcwisfteld. containing nine hundred and
r?rty-oue (041) acrrs. more or less: boundine northward
r on land now or latelv of John White; southwardly on
ind lately of John L. Nowell: castwardlyon the western
iranch of Cooper River, anl wesrwordlv on the public
osd from Charleston to Mork's Comer, and having such
linpc. form and marks anare expressed on a plat made
iv Robert Q. Pinckney. Surveyor, on the 13th of Janu
All thnt TRACT OF LAND, situate on the waters of
ligm'n Swamp. Charleston District; bounding easton
ands now or late o: John White; southwest on lands
low or late of Graves; no'thwest on Linds unknown, and
ands lamely of Keating Simons, deceased.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance payable in one,
wo and three years, witto interest thereon, payable an
mallv from tho dav of sale until the whole debt bepaid,
mid balance to be se ured by the bond or bonds of the
mrehascr, with a mortgage of the premises sold. The
Iwclltng-houso to be insured, and the policy assigned
ethe Master. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY,
May 14 th2tul _Master In Equity.
Estate Saie, by order of Executors-Bouses and
BY WARDLAW & CAREW.
Will be sold at ll o'clock A. M.. THIS DAY, the 14th
May in front of Exchange,
A HOUSE AND LOT at the corner of Spring and Coming
streets. Thc Ho se contains four rooms with Uro places,
.ind double piazzas io the rear. The front room below,
directly on the corner, is well adapted for a Store with
ill the necessary fixtures, and ls an excellent stand for
business. There is attached to this lot a good kitchen,
with servant's room above, Ac, kc. The Lot is 46 feet 2
Inches 'ront on Coming street by 45 feet in depth, more
A DOUBLE FRAMED TENEMENT HOUSE, adjoining
the above on Coming street, with four rooms in each
tenement The lot is 33 feet 10 inches front on Coming
street, by 48 feet 8 iuches, moro or less, and baa on it a
well of water. Tho buildings on both thesa lots are
nearly new and of excellent, materials. This property
was in possession of the Testator before the war, and
bas never since changed hands.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and three
years, with bonds secured by mortgage of property. In?
surance and policies assigned.
Purchasers to pay W. & C. lor papers.
May 14_ may4,7,ll,13,14
Dru Goods. Clothing. &c.
BV MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, ot 10 o'clock, I wiU sell at my store,
corner King and Liberty streets, _r^
A general assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
PIECES WHITE BLUE and PINK MUSQUITO NET?
TING and Robinet Lace. Plain and Figured Swiss, Plain
and Crossbar Cambric, Jaconet. MuU and Nainsook Mus
Un. Printed Lawn, B"rege, Crane Marotte, Mozambique,
Prints. Cottonades, Brilliant, Summer Cassimere, Tweeds,
A-e. Dozens Ladles* and Gents' Assorted Hosiery, White
Tucked Skirts, Belts, Buckles, Hair Nets, Gauze 8hirta
and Drawers, L C Handkerchiefs, Spool Cotton, No?
CLOTHING-Gents' Cassimere, Satinet, Alpaca and
Linen Business and Dress Coats, Cassimere, Drill and
Jean Pants, 4c, Ac. Leghorn and Felt Hats, 4c. .
Terms cash._ May 14
Lemons and Annies, on account of ali concerned.
BY LAUREY ?fe ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 14th inst, will be sold before our Store, No.
137 fast Bay, at 10 o'clock on account of all con?
10 boxes LEMONS
6 barrels Apples.
Conditions cash._ May 14
Butter, Bacon. Cheese. Potatoes, Ac.
BY LAUREY ?fe ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 14tn inst, will be sold before our store, No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
30 kegs and tubs BUTTER
275 narrow New York Stripe
7 tes. Hams
15 boxes Cheese
10 boxes Shoulders
6 bbls. Pork Trimmings
10 bbls. Pork Heads
15 bbls. Potatoes
15 half bbls. Pigs Feet.
Conditions cash. May 14
Horse, Wagon, Carl. <fcc.
BY LAUREY ?V ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, tho 14th inst, will be sold at No. 219
East Bay, near Market street, at ll o'clock,
1 A No. 1 HORSE, young, sound and gentle
1 Butcher's Spring Wagon
1 Baker or Grocer's Covered Spring Cart
1 Spring Dray
1 Ex ra strong Iron axletree and new Wheels,
suitable for Dray Wheels
1 Chickering Piano in fair order
l Stove and Cookmg Utensils.
Sundry articles of Furniture, Writing Desks, Mea?
sures, Ac, Ac.
7000 Feet Boards, suitable for flooring.
Conditions cash._May 14
Unreserved Sale of Sugar and Molasses to close
BY J. A. ENSLOW dc CO.
TO-MORROW, 15th inst, will be sold at our store, at ll
60 BHDS. )
20 TIERCES J CUBA CLAYED MOLASSES.
20 BARRELS J
Which will bo positively sold to close consignment
80 BARRELS } CHOICE GROCERY SUGAR. *
Just received per schooner Alert, from Matanzas.
Whiskey, Sugar, Molasses, Beef, Cheese, Potatoes
and Soap-Contents of a Wholesale Grocery
WM. MeKAY & JOHN CAMPBELL,
McKay ?fe Campbell
Will sell TO MORROW, (Wednesday,) at ten (10) o'clock,
at their Auction Soles Rooms, No. 136 Meeting street,
opposite Pavilion Hotel,
- barrels MAGNOLIA AND BOURBON WHISKEY.
- barrels New Orleans Sugar.
- barrels New Orleans Molasses.
- half barrels choice Beef.
- boxes Goshen Cheese.
- barrels Potatoes.
- boxes Soap.
Terms cash. May 14
Dry Goode, Notions, Boots, Slwes and Fell Hals,
WM. McKAY & JOHN CAMPBELL,
McKay <fe Campbell
Will sell TO-MORROW, (Wednesday,) the 15th, Immedi?
ately after their sale of Groceries,
COATS, PANTS ANu VESTS (superior quality.)
PANT STUFFS, SATINETS, Checks, Tabling Damask,
White Linen Shirts, Hickory and Fancy Shirts, Buckles,
L neu C. Hdkfa., Dress Plaids, and Colored Madras
General assortment CUTLERY, Hosiery, Notions, Ac,
Assortment superior TRUNK8.
Two cases BROGANS.
On account of all concerned: 1500 BAGS.
Terms cash. May 14
Large Slock Summer Clothing from a New Torie
House, on a Credit.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
On THURSDAY, the lCth inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
at our Auction Sa.? broom. No. 133 Meeting street
A LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER CLOTHING, FROM
A NEW YORK HOUSE.
CO NS I .TING. Di PART, OF :
SPANISH LINEN, Blay, Plauters and French Drill
Sacks, Cottouado Sacks, Check Marseilles Sacks, Fancy
Tweed and Black Italian Cloth Sacks, Cottonade, Camblet
and Tweed Punts, Plain Linen, Check and Fancy Cassi?
mere Pants, Marseilles Vests.
An invoice FINE FELT AND WOOL HATS, Straw and
CoudiUo us-Under $100 cesh ; ovor $100 approved city
acccntaucos at two months, with Bank interest added.
THE WORLD I??0MHED
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H._A. PERRIGO.
SHE REVA LS S tC RETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW,
she restores to happiness those who, rrom doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations aud
friend!:, loss of money, .vc, have become despondent
She brings together those long separated, gives intoraia
tiou couc?ruing absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
stoieu property, tells you the business you are best
qualified to pursue and in what you will oe most success
lul, causes ?peedy marriages, and tells you the very day
you will marry, gives y. u the names, fiKeness and char?
acteristics ol the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, un va ils the dark
and hidden mysteries ot the turure. From tho stars we
see tu the Armament-- the malefic stars that overcome or
pr nominate in the contJgurutiou-ironi the aspects and
positions ot the planets and the fixed stars in the heavens
at the time ol bir;h, sh.' deduces the future destiny of
mun. 1'ail not to consult the greate.-t Astrologist on
earth, lt costs you but a tritio, and you may never again
have so tuvornbleon opportunity, Consultation fee, with
likeness ?ind all desired iulormatiou, si. Parties firing
at a distance can consult tho Madame by mail with equal
smety and satisfaction to themselves, as ii in persou. A
tull ami explicit cuan, ?Titten out, with all iuquiries an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on recotpt of
price above mentioned. The strictest secrcsy will bo
maintained, aud all correspondence returned or destroy,
ed. Reiereuce!. ot the nighest order furnished those de?
siring them. Write plainly tho dav ol the month and
year in which you were born, enclosing a small lock ot
Address. MADAME H. A. PERRIGO,
P. O. UrtAWtit J:i3, BCFFALO, N. Y.
March 30 ly
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, Id
published at Manon. S. C., iu the central portion
oi thc country, and oilers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Dru^jists, Machinists, and all classes who desiro
to extend then" business in the l'ee lice country.
For the bunin ?.! our advertising patrons, we shall, in
addition to our .-nbscnpiioti hst, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute gratuitously :iuuo extra
copies ol the STAR, during the business season this
Rates ol' Advertising liberal.
W. J. McKERALL.
November 20 _Editor an J Proprietor.
~THE ORAXiEBUBG NEWS.
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(jraugeburg. S. C. Terms 92 per auuum, in ad
inuring the >.pr?ng and fall seasons extra copies of the
jKA.xuEUCRii NEWS' ?'iii be circulated for thc bcuciit ol
mir adv? rlising i<atmns.
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terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Oraugeburg News,
February 05 Orangeburg, S