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CHARLESTON DAM NEUS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
??ALLY-SLX MONTHS. 5.00
JUJXI-THREE MONTHS. S.50
WHOLE COPIES.... s.Q cents
?0 NEWS DEALERS.3 ce nts
Cotton closed hi New York Armer at 28 for Mid?
dling Uplands. Gold dosed at 187}.
Cotton closed in Liverpool at lillis1 d. for Mid
New Hampshire has $3,000,000 invested in
horses, $4,500,000 in cattle, $2,500,000 in milch
?OWB, $2,000,000 in Bheep, and $671,000 in swine.
Eighteen Italian Roman Catholic priosts have
recently contracted marriage under the new civil
code of that country.
There are 400 journeymen printers and press?
men in Chicago,, earning on an average $21 per
. week, or ?3 50 per day.
? Th oro are now thirteen cotton factories in opera
.?on in Tenne iee, worth -nearly a million ot dol?
?an, and- employing over nine hundred opera
- . Indianapolis ia just now threatened with fam?
ine. Dunng the past week nearly twenty butcher
r * shops have been compelled to close, owing to the
: ?rest scarcity of beef.
The colored boys near Corinth, Mississippi, are
guttering bullets from the battle fields in the
ri.".'; vicinity, and exchanging the lead for spelling
M "booka, s
.TAaancient castle of Pfeffigen, known to Swiss
- travellers as ono of the most picturesque ruins in
Switserland, baa lost its principle tower, which
- i suddenly fell to the ground on the 22d ultimo.
: " Tho highest return of income made in Chicago
j* br Crans H. ii o Conni CK, of reaping machine
celebrity, who pays tax on $169,760. Next to him
comes Psrma SCUTTLES, whose return is $111,625.
These are the only two incomes in the city that
. oxooed $100,000. PKTEK PALMES, who two years
ago headed the Chicago list with $330,000, has
j- . gone to live in New York.
[ The Boston Post says: "Senator WILSON talks
. to the South like a 'schoolmarm' to an orchin. 'If
jon are a good boy, and mind me, yon shall have
' ?cake; but if you are disobedient, you shall be
abut np in tho closet.' "
! It ia said that HENRY WARD BEECHER bas finally
concluded to visit the Holy Land this summer, as
projected alterations in Plymouth Church will pre
; ? rent the holding of religious services there for
h um months.
. A Oap tain ROBERTS has in presa in England a
volume entitled "Never Caught; Personal Adven?
tures Dining Twelve Successful Trips in Blockade
jhmning.'' The period embraced in bia books is
An Ohio exchange says : "It is affirmed that
thieves have, in New Tork city, a regular school
v. inhere burglary is taught as a science. They hare
had jost such a sohcol aa that on the most mag?
nificent scale at Washington erer since the Lincoln
- ~ party came into power."
Two men and a hoy have agreed to the foolhardy
.itempt of crossing the Atlantic in a small achoon
er-riggod vosa ol of 2$ tons measurement, about
., tho -20th of this month. If successful, the craft
fa i ? wiH bepresented to the son of the Emperor of
.' '. ' France.'
On the 10th of May, 18G5, JEFFERSON Dans was
captured at Irwin ton, Ga., on the 10th of May,
1866, he was indicted for treason by the Grand
Jury of Norfolk, and on tho 10th of May, 1867, he
.was released from Fortress Monroe upon Habeas
" .The complete works of .Mr. HERBERT SPENCER
-. are in course of translation into French and into
liusaian. The "Principles of Biology," Volume
?IL, tho third of his philosophical series, is now in
? the press of D. APPLETON & Co,, and will be short?
. ...?'- The Ironton (0.) Register saya: "Our oldest
Armera say they never hare seen such prospects
? for all kinds of fruits- aa are visible now on every
-<.? hand, t They declare also the same concerning
??? - - wheat. In aomo localities it ia a foot and a half
high, and very thick."
? Tho Savings Banks of New York are said to be
?uftertog from the disturbances among the labor?
ing classes'in that city. Smaller amounts bf money
were deposited in them during April than previous
1j, and in some cases mechanics out of work were
y~.';.. ? obliged to draw money from tho savings banks.
,: - Tho oldost English newspaper that has been dia
eovered, is a quarto pamphlet of a few leaves, en
? titled "Tho Diurnal Occurreecu ; or Daily Pro
ceeding of both Houses, in thia great and happy
Chamenr, from the 3d November, 1640, to the 3d
November, 1641. London: printed for 'WILLIAM
Cooxx, and. are to be sold at his shop at Purni val's
. Inn Gate, in Holborn, 1641."
- It is said that ex-Confederate General JOE JOHH
- mow waa a heavy loser by the PARKMAN defalca
. Cousin the Selma (Ala.) National Bank.' We do
" - ' siot attach any credit to the rumor, as it is a well
* ascertained fact that the war, and more especially
its sudden and disastrous close, pnt every Con?
federate General beyond the chances of loss by any
accident that could befall a National Bank.
- The committee bf arrangements for the1 inaugu?
ration of Govorner ENOLISH, of Connecticut, pro
'"; : ; vided for the crowd in attendance 1500 pounds of
bee? and ham, 5000 biscuits, 5000 doughnuts, 10
barrels of crackers, SOO pounds of cheese, 8000
pickles, SO00 oranges, 200 pounds of butter, 2500 j
plates, 3500 mugs, 200 pitchers, 280 pails, tuba,
. . The Mordana Pott, published at Virginia City,
assarts that Montana is the richest mineral coun?
try in the world. In 1866 the population was less
than 40,060, and the yield of gold was $18,000,000.
In the esme year Idaho produced $17,000,000, Col?
orado, $17,000,000; Nevada,' $16,000,000; Oregon,
$8,000,000. California, with a population more
than ten times as great, produced $25,000,000.
ALEXANDER CUMMINGS has resigned tho position
of Governor of Colorado, and baa accepted that of
assessor of the Fourth District of Pennsylvania.
There are already a number of applicants for the
vacant Governorship. It ia pretty certain that the
position will bo offered to Mr. HOST, the D?mo?
cratie candidate for delegate from the Territory.
He is at present contesting' the seat of CHTLLI
COTT, the Bitting delegate from the Territory.
After theist of July pay mas tera' registered secu?
rities will bo made at the following places: New
Jork, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinna?
ti, Chicago, New Orleans, Charleston, St Louie,
J?an Francisco, Buffalo and Pittsburg. The last
.. three cities hare been recently selected. Parties
- -who desire to have their interest paid at tho above
.. places aro requested to gi ve notice at the depart?
The celebrated borax lake of California is located
in Lake county. Tho borax is found in almost a
pure state at the bottom of the lake in white crys?
tals. The mud is lifted up, the borax ia taken from
it then and then sent to the works on shore to be
refined. There are now some seventy hands, most?
ly Chinamen, employed there, and when the roads
improve a ht tie, the number of hands will be great?
The New York Commercial says : Mrs. HARRIET
Tt^HK" STOWE is in Brooklyn on a brief visit. She
Intends to make Florida her permanent home, har?
ing bought property in that State. She has become
a member of the Episcopal Church. It is scarcely
?violating the sanctity of private affairs to state that
. the. latter years of Mrs. STOWE'S life are clouded
hy a deep sorrow for tho tragic death of her sons,
but abe sustains her afflictions by a genuine piety
that finds rent in rene and prose.
The inness or the Princess of WALES in England
has caused both the Prince and Princess and their
medical advisers to be overwhelmed with letters of
adrice and recommendation. All kinda of embro?
cations and medicines have been sent; the most
varied specimens of leather, felt and splint for the
limbe affected with rheumatism, and about one
thousand medical prescriptions. One good soul,
It is said, recommends "that a potato bo worn,"
and a lady sends a large piece of ordinary oil silk,
which sho ia sure, from her own experience, will
effect a cure.
A now religious house has been opened in New?
ark under the care of the Sisters of the Poor. The
special object ol this institut? is tho care of thc
?lok, poor and destitute. To relieve their neces?
sities and to provide for their wants, they go from
house to house asking alms in any shape, whether
. .ia broken victuals, old clothing, the crumbs that
tall from the- table, money, or anything that cati
be turned to good account for thc benefit
of the poor, and what they collect they
-distribute, first to thc sick who are ia their houses,
sud then to thc poor whom they visit at their
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffi.ce al the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTIONS. And be it farther enacted, That list? of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Po3to(nce in any city,
town or village, whero a nownpaper ?hall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newspapor
which, being published weekly or ofteuor, shall have the
largest circulation within range of dolivery of the said
JOS* .1<? communications intended fer publication m
this journal nuisl bc addressed to Hiv Mitor of the
Daily Seas, No. 18 Hayne-street, (Jiarieston,C.
Business Communications lo Publisher of Daiiy
Ncvs. . . .
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communwa
Adoertitements outside of the etty must be accompa?
nied uith the cash.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, ?8G7.
Jon WORK.-Wo have now completed our
office so as to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wc
most respectfully ask tho patronage of our
Whatever might be the legislation of Con?
gress, however ready the obedience rendered
to that legislation by the Southern States, the
public mind of the South could scarcely have
looked forward with confidence to the work of
reconstruction while JEFFERSON DAVIS was
held a prisoner of war in Fortress Monroe.
For as long as that imprisonment continued'
there was not one man who had participated in
the late civil contest who was not at any mo?
ment liable to a similar arrest. It is true that,
practically, he might bo permitted to go freely
about his business, and might safely calculate
upon a public policy of forbearance in his indi?
vidual case. It is true that one after another
of the eminent men who had been imprisoned
were released, but only so much the more dis?
tinctly did Mr. DAVIS become the representa-,
tive of the South-a whole people were fettered
in his chains and confined in his dungeon.
When, therefore, on last Monday, he was de?
livered by the military authorities into tho cus?
tody of the civil Courts, when he stood as a
freeman before a jury of his countrymen to de?
fend his life, his fortune, and his sacred honor
from an open charge, protected and aided by
the principles of that common law which in all
the history of our race has been a sure refuge
against the pursuers of blood, then indeed we
might rejoice that for us the first sad chapter
in all civil revolutions had closed. Now indeed
the day of vengeance has passed, and whatever
justice may require it will be justice openly
and fairly administered, without fear and with?
We think it, however, scarcely probable that
Mr. DAVIS will be put upon his trial for trea?
son. It is now fully two years since the word
of peace went forth to all this "tortured
land"-two years, since the victors in this
long and bloody strife, amid tho triumphant
exultation of a saved and grateful people,
marched proudly back through crowded high?
ways and illuminated cities, to replace, in the
National Capital, the banner which victory
had glorified-and tho vanquished returned
Badly and wearily by desolated fields and
burning ruins to homes in which tho conqueror
had left nothing sacred but sorrow. Rut in
these years victory and defeat have both been
teaching the lessons they always teach. Not
completely yet, but surely and slowly is the
American mind learning that in their great
civil contest they have only been repeating the
experience of other and older nations. That it
seems to be one of the laws of national life that
no peoplo arrive at maturity without civil war,
that this war was inevitable, and that
earnest and patriotic men might well hold con?
victions as honest as they were different, and
be constrained to the discharge of duties as
strong as they were conflicting.
Until tho people of the North reach this con?
viction they will not fully have appreciated tho
magnitude of their own achievement. The
historian who should to-day talk of CROMWELL
or BONAPARTE as traitors, would bc considered
by thc world, and justly, as a very affected
fool. That the royalists, at the Restoration,
treated with ignominy the remains of tho great
Protector-that tho legitimists should have
executed Marshal NET-is natural enough, be?
cause human passion, which executes God's
will, very seldom understands God's purpose.
But what Englishman or Frenchman, rejoioing
in the glory and power of his country, would
refer to either act of cruel injustice as making
treason odious. In this country as in those,
two great parties, holding different views of
the character of their Governments, reached,
as all such parties will do, after years of con?
troversy, a point of final issue. With equal
heroism and endurance they fought over that
issue, and. one was conquered; and however
the personal bitterness, which every such con?
test engenders, may, for the moment, distort
the truth, yet history will find that friend and
foe have only been working to one common
We believe that the release of Mr. DAVIS is
the first, recognition of this truth, and that
sooner of later the Northern people will recog?
nize the great fact, that the result of this war
has settled the character of their Government,
has solved questions which have been in doubt
from the beginning of its existence, and has
made of these United States a Government to
which in the future the loyal obedience of a
whole people will render treason odious.
While for the country we hope that the re?
lease of Mr. DAVIS is the dawn of a brighter
and better day, for him we rejoice with a joy
unfeigned. With his release from Fortress
Monroe, his great career has ended. Hence?
forth he belongs to history. He must expect
that as time passes by, men will ask why in his
hands a great cause failed ? Whether to him
or to its inherent weakness it was owing, that
great armies in vain achieved heroic victories,
that the blood and treasure of what might well
be called a great nation was poured out use?
lessly, that a self-sacrificing enthusiasm which
has never been surpassed died away in despair?
History will ask these questions-let history
To us, ho is sacred from censuro. He was
our chosen chiof. In our hour of proudest
hope we felt that he was worthy of the place
we gave him, and in our hour of darkest gloom
his worn and handcuffed figure was thc symbol
of our endurance. During all thc weary
months since tho close of tito war, while we
have been trying to rebuild our fortunes, he
has paced his narrow dungeou; the memories of
the past have been with him in the stillness of
midnight, and thc burden of the great respon?
sibility we put upon him has weighed upon his
spirit. Whatever may have been the errors of
his judgment, we believe that he was sustained
by thc conviction that he had been true to the
cause he loved and to tho people who loved
And to-day, wherever his docliningyears may
be spent; he can feel assured that throughout
this suffering land-in its cities scarred with
fire-in its vallies where the grass is growing
green over a thousand graves-on thc hill side
where the old Confederate soldier stops his
plough as he hears the news of his freedom
in the homes where mothers mourn their first
born who followed him to the grave, every?
where aud from all has the prayer gone up to
that God in whom we trusted, that his blessing
will rest upon thc hoad of him who was thc
General of our hosts, although they were scat?
tered, ami the Chief cf our counsel, although it
Thc Baltimore Gazette is iudignant at
journals, both Northern ana" Southern, that
counsel submission to tho reconstruction acts
of Congress, lt can sec no reason why the
Southern States should submit. And by way
of fortifying its position, it goes to work to
show that Congress lind not. thc shadow of
right or authority in the premises. This may
or may not be the eade, but, under existing cir?
cumstances, is scarcely to thc purpose. From
thc linc of argument, usually followed by our
Northern Democratic exchanges, we can hard?
ly consider them fair.judgcs in the case. We
will not say that in their situation we might
not argue as they do, but then they must par?
don us for inclining strongly to thc belief, that
in our place they might possibly look at thc
situation very much as wc do. We fought this
fight without their help, and it would seem,
therefore, that wc should now be allowed to
settle the difficulty according lo the best dic?
tates of our own judgment.
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
cook and wash for a tamil y-also, an elderly man
for houso work. Apply at thia office.
WANTED, A COOK AND WASHER,
Whilo or colored, needed fora ge a tlc mon and
wac. Apply at No. 8 Broad street, between 0 and 2
TTTAiVTED.- A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
YV and Waua. Apply at No. 78 America Street, socoud
house above Hampstead Moll.
TO TEACHERS.-KEQ,UIRED, THE SER?
VICES of an experienced and qualified XE iCHER,
to assist in the duties of a private Academy. Must be a
thorough classical scholar, and If proficient in French
would be preferred, io one posse .sing the required
ability a fair salary will be paid. ! Applicants so qualified
may address "EDUCATION," P. O. Bor 251, ?tating rall
particulars of qualifications, references and amount of
salary required. fmw3_Moy 10_
ALAD i OF EXPERIENCE IN TEACH?
ING, desire? o situation either in o schcol or fam?
ily. References given if required. Address "B. T. A"
BeanetUvllle, 8. 0._wfm8* Moy 1
(inilf T-7E GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
ND?D? INO MACHINE, $25.-Wauted-Agents, $150
per mouth and all expenses poid, to soil the Ocnuino
Bartlett Sewing Machine This Machino will do oil the
work that con be done on any high-priced machine, and
is fully patented, Ucensed and warranted for five years.
We pay tho above wages, or o commission, from which
twice that amount con bb modo. For Circulo? and
terms address H. HALL * CO.. No. 734 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, Po._38_April 10
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK BY
an active citizen of middle age, who writes o
good bond and la quick ot figures; is capable of toking
charge of a ?et of books, and can produce th : highest
recommendations for ability and character. But o mod?
erate compensation asked for services. Ad dross
April 33_At this Office.
ANT INFORMATION OF WILLIAM AU?
GUSTUS CUBBIE will be thankfully received by
his brother, SAMUkL M. CUBBIE, ot St George's, 8. C.
April 16 Imo
WISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
that con cut ond moko mon and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's drosses, can keep house, and moke
herself generally useful in the house, kitchen and
garden. Low terms. Good references given if required.
Any one writing please Btate terms. Address
"C. W." BOX 31,
April 7 _Voooe's Ferry, 8. C.
WANTED. A LADIES' MAID AND SE ASL.
TRESS. Must como well recommended. Apply
ot this office._May jj
WANTED, A COMPETENT WASHER
AND IRONER, ot No. 45 CANNON STBEET,
third door e .st of 8mith._Moy 14
WANTED, AN ELDERLY WOMAN AM
Cook for quite a small family. One who i? win?
ing to moke herself generally use tul, is civil ond agree?
able in manners, con apply at No. 56 Calhoun street
HANDSOME RESIDENCE TO RENT.
That elegant and desirably located RESIDENCE
In Hampstead on Bay street between Bioko and Colum?
bus streets, containing 10 square rooms with dressing
rooms, bath rooms, and all mod ern conveniences. Large
lot and gorden, with out-buhdingB incomplete order;
commands a fine view of tho harbor, and is ono of the
most pleasant residences in the city. Apply to
CLIFFORD & M A ITH EWES,
Beal Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street
TO RENT, THREE ELIGIBLE ROOMS
fronting South, in Legare street with kitchon ac?
commodations. Apply at No. 33 Legare street
mo RENT, THAT THREE STORY HOUGH
_L cost HOUSE, No. 31 Sock ty street, containing eight
rooms, a Iorgo yard, and commodious out-buildings.
Possession given on 30th inst.
Also, two small HOUSES, Nos. 9 and ll Smith's Lane.
For terms app-y to GEO. H. INGRAHAM, No. 1? Von
derhorst'K What f, wha3 . Moy 15
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT, IN THE
lower part of tho city, from 1st July for tbrou
months, on account of iii health. Address "A. B. C.,"
P.O._ws2_j May 15
EOOMtH TO RENT, IN A PLEASANT LO?
CATION, with uso ol cistern and kitchen. En?
quire at this ofilco. w tm a . Moy 15
TO RENT, A NEW AND WELL FIN?
ISHED two and a half story BRICK HOUSE, sit?
uated in Trurubo Placo, near the corner of Broad and
Rutledge streets, containing 4 square rooms, two large
well finished attics, two dressing rooms, pantry, ciBtern,
and oU the necessary outbuildings. Inquire next door,
to C. a TB?MBO._mwf_March 25
r) KENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
formerly occupied by Mr. A N. Cohen os o Clothing
Store, two doors abovo George stroot on tho northeast
?ide: also, tho upper port of tho house may bo bad with
the store. Possession given on the first day of Moy. To
o good and responsible party tho rent will bo moderato.
For further particulars, apply to P. EPSTIS'S, corner
King and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Halt
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
for horses ond venidos, con bc hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars opply on premises, No. 69 CHUltCU
bTREET, wost side, near Trodd. April ll
rRENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 08
KING STREET, with uso ol a fine cistern. For
further particulars, apply on tho promises.
rRENT, T WO OR THREE ROOMS OF
House No. 66 Anson street with kitchen, one door
from the corner of Society street 3 Moy 14
TO RENT, A HOUSE WITH EVERY CON?
VENIENCE, furnished or unfurnished; oleasontly
and centrally located. Apply at No. 178 MEETING
STBEET. 3d door abovo George._3_Moy 14
mo RENT.-A HOUSE CONTAINING SIX
JL Booms, with cistern; also, grope arbor ond ever?
greens on the lot The house No. 180 Queen street,
nearly opposite Trapmon. Bent $360 per annum. Apply
Ot No. 24 BUBNS LANE. May 14
IEXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
Li rates, In the most central business part of the city,
without lodging, In o private, house, can now be bod.
For particulars address ?JL L," Postofflco. Moy 16
THE LATEST STYLES OF
Boots and Shoes?
And ore offered ot the lowest m . rket prices by
D. O'NEILL ?SC SONS,
No. 376 KING STREET, near George.
March 29 fmw2mos
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPEES, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 5!?7 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street).
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will bc promptly attended to.
JFobruory 28_ _ Jy _
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, (HI? MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Dornende Ports) ot
COTTON. RI CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. [tUHlSOLM
October 25_ _
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
ATol27 READES TliEET, CORNER
4?- Agency tor EXXON'S PREMIUM TUES TON
OK AC EEKS. All orders ?ont will bo promptly uti ended
to. Gmo* IkWDbv W
~? CHITTE?DE?T "
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Paner,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
NO. 1 a 7 R E ADE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, Now York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIAU OF
every description for ila manufacture.
December 18 Cujo
GERMAN FRIE VD Li Y SOCIETY.
THE MEMBERS ABE NOTIFIED THAT THE
Second Reading of the Hulea as Revised will tako
place This Evening.
By order. JNO. A. BLUM,
SOLOMON LODGE NO. 1, A. F. M.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION WILL BE HELD TN
Masonic Hall, Th is Evening, tho 16th inst., at 8
Members and Candidates for Degroos will attend punc?
By order of W. M.
May 15_1* R. H. WERNER, Secretary.
BOARD OF FIRE MASTERS.
AREGULAR MEETING OF THIS BOARD WILL BE
held This Evening nt the Market Hall at 8 o'clock.
May 15_1_R. M. STROBLE, C. k S.
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
THE REGULAR MONTH LT MEETING OF THIS
/.saociation will tc held This Evening, at Masonic
Hall, at 8 o'clock. Arrears received during the day at
No, 135 Meeting street and at thc Hall previous to hour
of mooting. WM. B. STEEDMAN,
May 15 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
TI/TRD STATTFINDEN AM MITTWOOH DEN 15TEN
YT Mai, 1857, auf dem Schutzenplatze.
Die 'S. C. R. H. wird um 9 Uhr morgens, uud 1 Uhr
Mittags vom Ann street Depot, und des Abends um 7 Uhr
vom Scbulzenplr.tze abgeben.
May IA_2_DAS COMMUTEE.
THE FLORENCE FAIR,
THE LADIES OF FLORENCE RESPECTFULLY IN
VTXE the public to a FAIR which will be held hi
the Mas?me Lodge, on the 15th, loth and 17th ol May,
tho proceeds of which will be do va tai to bouevolent ob
I jects. The Fair will open on thc morning of the 15th, at
10 o'clock. On the night of tho Iii th thoro will bo a sortes
of TABLEAUX and CHARADES; on the night of the 17th,
a CONCERT. No ono nocd stay away for fear of bel?g
imposed om There will be no EXTORTION. Mo article
will be sold for more than you eau purchase oise iv bore.
Terms of Admission to the Fair, 25 coots. Admission
to the Tableaux, 50 cents. Admission to the Concert, CO
cont*. A E. BBOWN,
Secretary of Ladles' Fair.
April 22 22?
LOST - A GOLD BROOCH, CIRCULAR,
with a bar across, was dropped on Kong or Went?
worth street A reward will he paid for its recovery, if
returned to No. 2 i YENDDE RANGE 1 May 16
LOST, ON SABBATH MORNING LAST IN
Archdale street, a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES
ia dark purple cue. A liberal reward will be paid for
its recovery. Apply at this office. wfJ* ofay 15
LOST-A BILL TERRIER, YELLOW AND
white, a number of soars on lace, answering to the
name ol Jack. A roward ot 910 will be paid to tho par?
son returning this dog to Maj. Gen. D. E. SICKLES.
FIR SALE, A FOUR-HORSE PORTABLE
ENGINE and BOILER. Can be seen at the Work?
shops of Mesan. Taylor k Co., foot of Hasel street For
terms apply to GEO. H. INGRAHAM, No. 19 Vander
dcrhorat'a Wharf._wfm3 May 16
FOR SALE, A GOOD DRAFT AND BUGGY
HOR.-E. warranted sound and gent?o. Apply at
ho. 67 CALHOUN STREET, corner of Wah street
FOR SALK.-A BAR-ROOM WITH
every:i,mg necessary to carry on the business, in
a good loa.ti. ty, and now doin ; a fair businosa, or the
place will be rented without t_e contents, which hi sui La?
bio for ? grocery fruit or other business, and la central,
ly located. Apply at this ornee, 3 May 13
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY
COMPANY. CORNER BROAD AND EAST BAY
CHABLSSTOX, B. 0., May IS, 1867.
ON AND AFTER THIS DAY THE CARS WILL RUN
to tho Battery anni 10 o'clock P. M., until further
notice. By order. E. H. JACKSON,
May 15 1 Superintendent.
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
Is Faller & Barnum's
TUCK-CREASER AND SELF-SEWER
THIS ATTACHMENT IS AUTOMATIC, AND MEAS?
URES, oreases, and sticbes tucks at one opora?on,
without guiding with the honda. Also for salo, SEWING
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, at low prices;
SCISSORS SHARPENERS, NEEDLE THREADERS,
NEEDLES (all kinds); OIL, TOOLS AND FITTINGS.
REPAIRING AND IMPROVING ATTENDED TO AS
USUAL. ORDERS BY MALL PROMPTLY FILLED.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 331 Klug streut, comer Liberty.
April 1 mwfSmos
THOMS E. D1LW1II,
NO. 571 KING STREET.
CABINET MAKER, IDERTAKER,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS
friends and tho public generally, that he keeps on
baud FURNITURE AND BUDDING of all descriptions.
Furnishes Funerals with Mahogauy, Walnut, Cedar and
Metallic Coffins. Also, with Uno if caraos and First-class
Carriages. Will attend to disinterring bodies and trans?
porting the same. Personal attendance will be given at
CARRIAGES for Railroad and Steamboat accommoda?
tion, and FURNITURE CARTS, will bo furnished at any
hmo, by applying at my LIVLRY STABLE, No. 6 Can?
non street, near King.
Thankful for past favors, and hope, by strict attention
to business, to merit a continuance of the samo.
March 26 mwfimo.
HARRISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pina, Tassels, Gimps, Loops, Cords, Ac. ; White
and Bun* Hollands; No. 126 WILLIAM STREET, oe tween
Fulton and John streets, New York.
Store and Office Shades modo to order.
December 24 mwf 6mo
' THE LADIES'
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, auitablo for Gentlemen, La?
dle? and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before tho season advances too for, wo would espe?
cially draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made lu our pnces for tho next two
or three week, from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29 No. 17 Chalmers streot
C. F. V03LER7
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery?
JUST REC HIVED
A hw e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1807, Bte
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by tho most
ceh'irated author*. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am sement?, kr.
AL the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived 'or the same.
Orders ir om the country are respectfully solicited.
TgRM!? T.?BWRA'?_November 8
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
CITY HALL, November 9,18GC. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN THE
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 proceed in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City acow," ure hereby DO ti tied that the form of appli?
cation for loans cuu bc obtained at tho oftico of thc Clurk
of Council, between the hom's of ll A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bc hied in the above monitored j
ellice, as the Committee will meet every Monday to con- j
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor, W. H. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk Ol Council
SOUTHERN EXPRESS \WM,
Office No. U7 Meeting; ??. 1.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Honey,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIQI??
TO ANY POINT IN THE CI'IT
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 August.. Ga.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-TUE FOLLOWING
clause of Sectiou 1 of tm "Ordinance lo Raise Sup?
plies lor the voir 18U7," ls published for tho informatiou
?.1 perseus Boiliup Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ol' this city. All such perseus uro hereby
uotincd to report?t thin office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by r-oun not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March H Clerk ?f Council
rrUTE COPARTNERSHIP IN COTTON PLANTING
JL and Stor-ken-iDR hot ctoforo existing under the narao
of WHALEY, KINGSBURY A- CO., having been dissolved,
all accounts or claims of any kind or description already
existing must be banded in at once to JAMES w. GRAY,
Esq., Master in Equity. JAMES E. WHALEY.
May 15 W64 For Whalcy, K'ngsbury k Co.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH US MR.
OTTO F. WTETERS. The business will hereafter
be carried on under the name of MULLER, NIMITZ k
CO. WERNER MULLER.
Charleston, S. C., April 20,18G7.
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED THEIR
X Wholesale Grocery, Rice and Commission Business
lrorn No. 30 Vendue Range to No. 181 EAST II VY.
MULLER, NIMITZ k CO.
Charlcoton, April 29,18C7. inwfG May 8
THE FIRM OF FINLEY k CAMPBELL, LATELY
enanged in the Tinning and Plumbing business, is
hereby dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due by
the late Firm will be paid by Mr. Campbell, to whom all
persons indebted to said Firm will please make payment.
Charleston, May llth, 18G7. 5 Mav 13
BONDS, STOCK, &c.
BONDS, STOCK AND SECURITIES OF ALL KINDS.
BANK BILLS bought at highest prico, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
April 17 wfm2mo No. 8 Broad street
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R. R. COUPONS.
CH Y SAVANNAH COUPONS.
S.C. lt. R. COUPONS.
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK STOCK.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R. B. STOOK.
80. CA. R. R. BOND H.
RAILROAD AND BANK STOCK.
Apply to H. H. DELEON,
May U_ 2_No. 24 Broad street
GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
GOLD, SILVER AND BANK BILLS
BONDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS
CITY OF SAVANNAH COUPONS
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
CITY OF COLUMBIA BONDS
STAT bl OF SOUTH C . ROLLNA BONDS
......i. RAILROAD BONDS AND
Higke > : .or the abo vo by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
May 13 ? Broker, No. 8 Broad street
WHOLESALE ?KS SST AIL D KALEB TH
CLOTHS, MERES AND VESTINGS.
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 85 BROAD STREET
January 28 Cmos CHARLESTON. S. C.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
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 we invite
your attention. Call and examine. Wo will tako pleasure
to show and fell them.
REMEMBER THE STORE.
GEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 213 King street,
MLDLLE OF THE BLOCK,
April 20 Imo Known as Victoria Hotel Range.
IANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65, 67, 50
and 61, Hudson street, near Dnauc, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
Docemhor 10 6rno_. T. HAMILTON.
SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING.
PIERSON & CO.,
No. 26 HAYNE STREET,
OFFER THE BALANCE OF THEIR STOCK OF
READY-MADE CLOTHING at Whol- 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 OHURCB.
whore he will bo ?Iud to seo his old friends and custom?
ers, an i has In ?toro a full assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASHMERES and VESTINGS of every va?
riety, which he will maro up to order at as low pikes as
any similar establishment
A FULo ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr fr Co..)
will superintend thc Tailoring Department as usual, and
will give his especial attention to Cutting Garments, aud
Making and Trimming.
May ll imo*
WILLIAM fl. GILL1LA1 & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
TAVERN-KEEPER SWOT ICE.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have not oxecuted their bonds aud taken out the proper
cards to show that they have license to sell, will be re?
ported as not complying with thc law, alter Monday, 5th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All
tailing to observe this notice will also bc reported, after
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMI TH,
March 2 Clerk ot* Council.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H._A. PERRIGO.
SHE REVALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those who, from doleful
cvonts, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations aud
friends, loss of money, Ac, have become despondent
Sbo brings together those long separated, gives intonna
Uon concerning ubsont friends or lovent, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you thc business you are best
qualified to pursue and in what you will he most success?
ful, causes speedy marriages, und tells you thc very day
you will marry, gives yeu tho naines, likeness aud char?
acteristics of the pcrsou. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, unvails thc dark
and hidden mysteries oi the future. Prom the stars wo
see m thu firmament-tho malefic stars that overcome or
predominate in the configuration-lrom the aspects and
positions of thc plnnets aud the Uxed stars in the heavens
at the time ot birth, she deduces the future destiny of
man. Fail not to consult thu ijruatci-t Astrologist on
earth. It costs you but a trifle, and you may never again
have so favorable au opportunity, C^iiMUltation fee, with
likeness and alt desired iuiormation, ?1. Parties living
ot a distance can cousult the Madame by mail with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, us if lu person. A
tull and explicit chart, written out, with aU inquiries an?
swered and Ukeuess enclosed, sont by niall on receipt of
prico above mentioned. Thc strictest secrcsy will be
maintained, aud all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. Reicreueesot thc nighest order furnished those de
siring them. Write phiu)y tin, day of thc month and
year in which you were horn, enclosing a small lock of
Address, MADAME H. A. PERRIGO,
P. o. DRAWEK 2M, BUFFALO, N. Y.
_ CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, )
CITY HALL, May 1,18C7. J
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
,\ that the Montuly Returns for tho month of April
past, in couipliauco with the Tax Ordinance ratified on
the 28th day of December, 1800, must be mado on or be?
t?re tho 15th inst. D. O. GIBSON,
May 1 18 City Assessor.
MUTUAL LIFE . INSURANCE COMPANY
J. E. EDWARD8, President
W. B. ISAACS, vice-President.
D. J. HARBSOOK, Secretary.
CHAS. N. SMITH, Med. Examiner.
A Reliable Southern Company.
EATES AS LOW AS ANY OTHER COMPANY, AND,
when des'red, premiums made pavable monthly,
quarterly or semi-annually, or half of tho annual pre?
mium iii cash, and the remainder by nate at twelve
mouths, thereby bringing it wit .in tho reach of all.
S i. VEN-EIGHTHS OF ALL THE SURPLUS FUNDS,
artur paying expenses, divided every year among policy
holders enUtled to profit
Coll and get a circular and read the advantages to bc
derived from insuring in tho "ARLINGTON."
J. JJ. HONOUR, Agent,
May 15 wfmlmo NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.$10,000,000 UV GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 mwflyr
THE EUFALA HOME
OF EUFALA, ALA.
CAPITAL (all paid In).9350,000,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTEE
Agents for above Company are prepared to tata
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS, at reasonable rates.
X VE k 00., Insurance Agents.
April 2? walu ._No. 1 Broad street.
SAFE Al CHEAP III?RAlEl
THBEE-F0URTH3 OF THE PROFITS OF THE
COMPANY RETURNED TO THE INSURED.
THE GEORGIA HOME
CAPITAL (all paid ln.).$350.000 Ol
CASH ASSETS, January lat 1807. 373,195 ii
r? ABOVE RELIABLE SOUTHERN COMPANY
now offers to the citizens of Charleston, the follow
lng advantages :
INSURANCE AT HOME, LIBERAL SETTLEMENTS
RETURN OF THREE-QUARTERS OF ITS PROFUS
This Mutual Principle, which promises to refund ti
our Patrons (regulated by the profits made,) from one
third to one-half the amount of Premium paid, shoult
co J mend Una Company to those desiring to Insure.
PoUcles li sued at fair rates on Dwellings, Stocks, Cot
ton and Merchandise, by
LEE & CO,
April 24 wslO No. 1 Broad stroet.
Corner East Bay and Exchange St.
NEXT OLD POSTOFFICB.
RISKS TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING RELIABL1
FIRT-CLAS8 COMPANIES :
CAPITAL AND ASSETS
SIX MILLION DOLLARS!
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTEI
Paid in Charleston.
MARYLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS* INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Baltimore, Maryland.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S IN8URANCE COMPAN!
of Ballimore., Maryland.
HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore.
NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of E altimore.
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Now York.
YONKERS AND NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANY
INSURANCE COMPANY VALLEY OF VIRGINIA
GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, or Tallahassee
ORIENT MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of Now Zork.
J. K.VVE.VELMACH VTH..D. KAVENEL, Jl
April 10 wfm2mo
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTION i BY WHICH ANY PERSON
malo or female, can master the ?rest art of Ven
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world o
fun, and efter becoming experts themselves, can teacl
others, thereby making it a source of income. Full ls
structions aent by mail for 50 cents. Satisfaction guai
Address P. O. Drawer 91, Troy, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal Church South
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE THE AGENTS OF TH1
Publishing House at Nashville,
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
No. 156 MEETING STREET.
May 13 Imo
SUFFER NO MORE !
When by tho use of DR. JOINVELLE'S ELIXIR yoi
mn be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost.
The astonishing success which has attended this in
valuable medicino for Physical and Nervous Weakness
General Debility and Prostration, Loss ot Muscular En
erg)', Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthra
Indiscre.ioD, lenders it tho most valuable preparaaoi
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex
citement, incapacity to study or business. LBS of memo
ry, contusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of iu
sanity. Lc. It will restore the appetite, renew the heal tl
of those who have destroyed lt by sensual excess or o vi
Young Men, bo humbugged no moro by "Quack Doc
tors" and ignorant u. actitiouers, but send without dela;
for the Elixir, and oe at once restored io health and hap
pi nesa. A perfect Cure i : Guaranteed in every instance
Prico $1, or four bottles to one addre-H $3.
Ono bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOrNVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for Un
speedy and permanent euro of Gonorrh??, Gleet, Ure
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections o
thu Kidney? and Bladder. Cures effected in from ne tx
live days. They are prepared from vegetable extract!
that arc harmless on thc svdtem, and never nauseate th?
stomach or impregnate thu breath. No change of die
is necessary while ?sitig them, nor does their action ii
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Prho 21
Either of the above-mentioned articles will be sent t<
any address, closely Bcalcd, and pout-paid, by mail o
express ou receipt of price. Address all orders to
BEUGER, SHUTTS ii CO., Chemists,
March 'JO ly No. '?85 Uiver direct. Troy, N. Y.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To youug and to old, to gt eat and to small;
The bovin y which once wa? so procious and rare,
ls freo tor all, and all may be fuir.
By the uso of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
Thc most valuable aud perfect prepatation in UM, fot
giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles. Pim?
ples, Blotches. Moth 1'Ucbcs, Sal.owness. Eruptions,
and all impurities of thc skin, kindly healing the samt
leaving the skin white ?nd clear as alabaster. Its usc
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and boiug a
vegetable preparation Li perfectly harmless. It is the
utily arti.'lu ol tho kind used by the French, and is con
Ridensd by thc Purisian as indispensable to a perteel
toilut. Upwards of 30.00U bettles were sold during the
past year, a eulhcient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 75 cents. Sent by mall, post-paid, on receipt ol au
BERGER, SHUTTS k CO., Chemists.
2b3 River St., Troy, N. Y.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
? CHARLESTON, S. C.. May 4, 1367. J
npHK REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS ANE
J_ incloaures, vaults, ?ic, will commence on Mondai,
next, 6t Inst. Owners and occupants are hereby requirer
to see that their premises are in good condition and fha
all filth and garbage ls removed as required by Ord!
uance. Other inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor GAILLAIID.
C. B. 8IGWALD.
GROCERY A N O fV?Ts C ? LL A MO l?S.
O A AA BUSHELS? PRIME WHITE CORN.
Cyjyjyj For sale by SCHEVEN 4: NISBET.
May 15 Accommodation Wbart
CORN ! CORN ! !
KA AA BUSHELS VERY CHOICE WHITE PRO
OUvU VISION CORN in bulk or bags from the
Claussen Elevator. For sale on liberal terms by
STENHOUSE k CO.,
May 15 1 No. no East Bay.
~C?RN! HAY! OATS!
HA AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MILLING
1000 bushels prime Yellow Com.
IMO BALES PRIME EASTERN AND N. R. HAY.
1000 bushels prime Oats.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO..
No. ll Market street, opposite State street
BACON, FLOUR AND CORN MEAL.
JTST RECEIVED PER STEAMER MAN?
1 A HHDS. BACON SIDES. PrilMK
JLU 10 bhda. Bacon Shoulders, primo
2 hhds. Ba-on, plantation uso
100 bbls. Extra Flour
100 bbls. Super Flour
100 bbls. Fine Flour
50 bbls. Family Flour
25 bbls. Corn Meal
And for sale, at prices to auit the times, by
May 16 3 No. 112 East Bay.
SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS/
A fT HHDS. PRIME C. R. SIDES
??0 33 hhds. pri-re Ribbed Sides
24 hhds. prime Western Shoulders
16 bbls. Now York Pig Hams
30 bbls. prime Mess Pork
20 tes. pure Leaf Lard
20 bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
20 bali bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
200 boxes Smoked Herrings
In slore and for sale low by
JEFFORDS * CO.,
May 7 No. 30 Vendue Bange.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPPLY OF SUPER.
EXTRA AND FAMILY FLOURS, freshly ground,
received per steamer weekly direct from the mills.
RA VENEL * CO.,
East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
April 17 wfmlmo
JU8T OPENED A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
of SILK and LACE COVERINGS of latest atv les and
of recen, importation, very reasonable at f
No. 848 KING STREET.
In this line will be fr und the latest Novel tie* In Cold,
and Black SILKS. GRENADINES!, POPLINS, LEN08
CHALLIES. POUT DEOHEVRE8, Plain ?nd Figured
BAREGES and MALANGE8 for traveling.
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES.
A rall assortment in Shades and Numbers of the
GENUINE ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES, together with
many other popular makes, very reasonable, ALEXAN?
DER'S BEST KID FINISHED SILK GLOVES and Liais
Thread for Ladies, Gents and Children, also an exten?
sivo assortment of LACE MITTS.
JACONETS, COTTON CAMBRICS, MULL, NAIN*
BOOKS, French and 8wise MUSLINS, in plain, striped
and plaided, together with a splendid assortment of
finest Cambric and Swiss Edging and Lusertinga, Thread
Valencien, Guipure Linen and Cluny Laces tn Edging
1,000 dozen L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS, good quality at
las cents and upwards, foll lines of the most popular
makes of IRISH LINENS, in fronting, Pillow Casing 8-4,
0-4,10-4 and 11-4 Sheetings, and an excellant assortment
ol White and Cold TABLE DAMASK, ito., &o,
MEN'S WEAR. ,
In this line will be found a full supply of beat French
and English CLOTHS, CASSI ll Eil ES, DOESKINS,
MELTON CLOTHS, TWE.?DS, JEANS, VESTINGS, and
In the Domestic Department will be found a complete
stock of Prints, Longdoths, Shirtings, Sheetings and
Pillow Casing, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams, Brown
Shirting, Corset Jeans a d Drills, all of which will be
sold at prices that will defy competition.
?S- An early call is respectfully solicited.
No 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
April 1 mwf 2mo
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
JOHN & HUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORK.
March 0 wfm26
HALLINAN'S P| US
CHILLS & FEVER
> (^.CERTAIN G?*fK
WE HAVE USED GALLIGHAN-8 ' PILLS, AND
find they will do all that ia claimed for them, and
cheerfully recommend them to pub ic favor.
T. H. WATTS. Ex-Govcrnor of Alabama.
J. W. A SANFORD. Att'y Gen'l of Alabama,
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court, Ala.
From THOMAS J. JUDGE, Judge Supreme Court
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my pian tatton,
lor Fever and Ague, and find them all that is claimed
for them. TH03. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 29,1858.
LOWNDES COUNTY, AUham*
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They are decidedly the best medicine for Chills and Fe?
ver I ever gave. I would not be without them for five
tunes the price. J. A GRAHAM.
A ME RI ces, April 17, 1887.
One box of GALLIGHAN'8 PILLS cured me perfectly
of Chilla and Fever. They are the best medicine for
Chills and Fever I ever saw. A. G. RONALD80N,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MONTGOMERY, ALA., July 9,1866.
Messrs. BLUNT k HALE-GENTS: I have used your
GALLIGHAN'S PELLS on two occasions for Chilla and
Fever, and find that they effect all that they are intend?
ed to do. They are the best remedy for the diseoi><?that
I have ever tried. I oonsider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
Grand Sec Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBANY, GA., March ll, 1867.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty oasesof
Chills and Fever, with perfect success. They are the
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, U IV EM AN ?Sf CO.,
No. 153 Meeting street
And by all Druggists.
BLOC NT & HALE,
May 14 (Imo Montgomery, Ala.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, )
January 3,1867. )
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDEB
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
for delivery from this Olfice. S. THOMAS,
SEO. 1. Bc it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled. That from 'and after the first day
of January, licenses sholl bo taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and domeebc purposes, In
the same manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let ox
driven for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to ba
placed on the outside of tho shaft.
SEC. 2. No person shall be token by tho Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carriages, un?
less he or oho be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The iollow'ug ?hail hereafter be the rates for
license* tor public and private carts, drays, wagons, tc,
including thu horse-* or mules used thereof, which shall
be tree from other taxation : ^
rUBLIC CAMS, ll KA YB, ETC., OE THOSE EMPLOYED IN AKT
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOU HIRE DIRECT OR INDIRECT.
For every cbrt, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses OT
For every back aud carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibUB (except lino omnibus),
willi two horses, SB0.
For every stago or omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn oy two or more horses or mules
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, SCO.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRATS, ETC.
For e\ery broad cart or waaon, ?5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed tn tho trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise,"lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, cl ihcr directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum of
*6, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this ICth day of January,
[It, s. ; In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun'
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
January 3 W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council
UPPER WARDS GUARD HOUSE, 1
CHARLESTOS, May 9th 1867. j
STOPPED FROM TWO COLORED MEN A C&
who stated having found her ton miles
The owner ia requested to oall, pay
her away. I
May 9 ls*