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- . WEDNESDAY MORNING,. MAY 15..1SG7.
JOB WOES.-We bavo now comploted our offloo
tf'T aa. to execute, in tlie shortest possible time
.^ JuiL Kn?DSOF JCB "WORK, and we most rc
' speotfully ask tho patronage of our friends.
Post Oiii.cc Xbt icc.
TOST Om. K. J
CHAT.LESTOX. S. C.. Muy 6. 1&V7. f
Hereafter, until furthoi notire. the Nortl te astern
?-r.iils will close at LlS P. M.. ind arriving nt tho
Depot at 9.45 A. M. will be ready for uolivcry at ll
o'clock. On Sundays tho Tost Office will open at
12.30 P. M. for one hour.
The Mails for South Carolina Railroad trill con?
tinuo to clos-" daily at C o'clock A. M., and for ibo
Sxvannah anti Clurleston Railroad at 0 A. M. ou
Mondays, Wcdnesdav* and Friday?.
STANLEY G." TROTT, P. M.
MESSBB. RAVENKL &' Co., ?pents of the steam?
ship Grenada, received information that sh
reached Now York from this port at an early hour
on Tuesday mouing.
THE ATTENTIOX of doolera's invited to the sale
by auction this day, at H o' lock, of molasses and
sugars, by Messrs. J. A. EXSLOW & Co., at their
store, No. 141 East Bay.
At a meetin? of tho Ephrath Society, held at tho
usual place, Mtv 11th. 1867, the following officers
were elected to serve for the ensuing year :
H. MTTRLT. President.
ISAAC TAY OK, Vic* President.
J. H. BDTTEV. Treasurer.
3. M. DUNOAX, Secretary.
W. J. BRODIE, Clerk.
DAS MATTEST des deutschen Freundschaft sb un dos
? wird heute anf dem Sohutzenplatze gefeiert wer?
den, nach guter, alten,deutsch on ,londl ich sn Weise.
Wie bekannt, ist der Zutritt zu den Unterhaltung?
en dieser Gesellschaft nur Mitgliedern, und von
Mitgliedern eingef?hrten, dentsch-redenden hier
nicht-wohnenden, gostattot. Kraft eines Beschlus?
ses jedoch, wie uns berichtet wordon, wird dies
nv? eine Ausnahme gemacht, und ist jedes Mit?
glied berechtigt, einen Freund zum Feste einzula?
den. Wir w?nschen unseren verehrten Freunde i
scheenea Wetter eu ihrer Landpartbie, und viel
MAYOR'S OO?KT, May 14.-Two ir?en, white and
colored, hack-drivers, having refreshed themselves
with a set-to at the Railroad Drpot, paid each $5
tor ibis extreme pleasuro an i enjoyment.
A woman, au old visiter, who was paradine the
Btroots in the uniform of a United States soldier,
but who waa halted by a polioemau who knew her,
' and carried her to the Quard House, was brought
before bis H jnor lu female garb, and after a lec?
ture and a fine of $5, was dismissed.
Some eleven cases of having shop ooen on Sun?
day were examined into, and one was unod, and
COURT or COMMON PL?AS- Hon. R. MUNRO
presiding.-The Jurors answering to their names
tie following Jorie were formed:
Jury 2fo. 1.-B. McCall, Foreman; P. MoCleary,
Henry Willis, Henry Bruns, J. F. Apeler, P. Cleary.
Wm. H. Graver, J. W. Hem tn doz. John L. Fi tl-,
Jno. Worth, Jno. F. Buse, Jno. Sheridan.
Jury No. 2-Jno. G. Miloor, Foreman; J. B.
Stoutamire, J. B. Morillo. A. G. Barton, Joseph
Whilden, C. A DeSaussure, Saia'i D. Stoney, Wm.
M. Fitta, F. Ansel, Louiu Fora, J. F. Mathews,
Peter Evers. .
? Supernumeraries.-Jno. F. Aurons. M. M. Quinn,
J. Lozerman, Nathaniel Fields, C. G. Brani'ord,
Jno. E. Bowers, P. Murphy.
The Court was notified that the Town I?iuo
Docket will be called to-day, and the Inquiry Pro?
cess and Contmge nt Dockets on Saturday,
The rights of citizenship wero bestowed upon
WK. BTJKWKTSTEB, CHAS. 3. WIIACKFEB , and JACOB
BILDERBANT, and the Court adjourned to 10 A.M.,
UHTTED STATES DISTRICT COURT-Hon. GEO. S
BB?AN presiding.--Ia Admiralty-Jas. E. LA ROCHE
vs. steamer General HooJcer. On motion of W.
E. MTITBT.TI, it was ordered that the petitioner have
leave to file a petition, and that he be referred to
the Commissioner to report on the truth of the
matter, and also what amount is due.
Ax IMPORTANT MEETING.-Yesterday a wost nu?
merous and influential meeting took place at
STEELE'S Hat Hall (sign of the Big Hat) No. SIS
Sing Ht., to inspect, examine, and survey this world
renowned bat establishment ; an unanimous vote
was given to " STEELE." He received the recorded
vote with a modest diffidence. Senator H-, de?
lighted with the stock of hats, sighed that he bad
already purchased elsewhere pre viona to this meet?
ing. General W-, reported the bivouac in offi
' cia! language, incomparably superior. Comman
'? der 8-, United States Navy, wrote a dispatch
, -, considering thia port a safe anchorage. A gentle
? Hat Hall " eclipsed all others.
'.; ; Forthwith a general rush of orders was given
**tBth? viotoriburufliEEii,''instead of silver tea?
pot, tray and filings.
-Messrs. GOUOSUXTH & SONS, some
a quantity of old iron from
This consisted principally of
w ^warlike n^rferiaJ, such as old guns,
?heLtaj|?c. "It Attrught from tho Arsenal to
P^wn^r^rY^s^whero it was being shipped to
BostoB^?^q?aa^^'.fff" tiiia material had been col?
lected cm\th? wharf, -and it was*8upposed to bu
thoroughly ^ffiEocoj??s, but while the s chu on tr
Marian Gage^vn? being lo ided yesterday morn
j . ing, a shell in the hold suddenly exploded. Fort u
: nately no person was in the vicinity, and although
' the fragments were sent as nigh as the mast-head,
. no damage was done to life, limb or property. The
'noise of the 'explosion created a considerable ex
. ci tem en t among the negroes on tho neighboring
wharves, and they scattered in avery direction,
- some of them scrambling away on all-fours. The
- frequency of these accidents should warn every
one to handle these old shells with the greatest
I care, as often a slight jar will cause an explosion.
WOODYS SEL? RAKE REAPER.- The cut at the
head ot the column at once explains the manipu
. lati?os of the reaping machine, and the farmer
can see that it is no humbug. This machine has
been successfully tried both in this country and in
'.Europe, and in every case the verdict has been in
its favor. To the farmer it is invaluable, as it per?
forms the work of several men and is managed
?With the greatest ease by the operator. By the
use of this machino the labor of reaping with a
acythe is entirely obviated, and the grass is reaped
and mown while the engineer does litt Io besides
keeping his seat and guiding tho horses.
Mr? A. B. COLTON and Mr. W. B. LOWRANCE, of
. Columbia, S. C., are respectively tho proprietor
and manager of this machine, but thoy are also
the State agents for a number of agricultural im?
plements and lab jr saving machinos which have
all ' received impartial trials at the hands of
old sud experienced farmers, who have added
their testimon?ala in favor of their general use.
? Their stock embraces every .agricultural imple-1 \
ment to be found on a well conducted farm or
plantation from a cotton gin to a plow, and they | j
are all warranted to give thorough satisfaction.
The cresent ia undoubtedly the time for ?he peo?
ple to endeavor to develop the resources of the
country, and this cannot bo done moro effectually
than by improving tho waste land?. To do this,
labor saving machines ore necessary, and we ad?
vise all planters and farmers to apply to Mr. LOW?
RANCE at Columbia, examino his stock, and invest.
DEATH OP MB. JOHN MCCOLLUM.-Tho many
friends ot this gentleman will bo paine t to isarn of
his death, which occurred on Saturday ct his resi?
dence in Bennsttsvillc, S. C. Mr. McCou.cn wa?
born ii? North Carolina, if we mistake not, but
came to Marlboro' in early manhood, and was en?
gaged there as a merchant and a planter tor nearly
half a century. Few men, perhaps, haye over
lived who had fewer cnemios than ibo deceased.
He was the very soul of kindness. For ninny
years, in the "dari: ages of slavery," bis name was
held np conspicuously by negroes, far and nour, as
that of a "good waster."
But it is needless to particularize his virtues.
He waa geubio, amiable and kind., honored and be?
loved by all ; tho very model of a gentleman and a
christian. He w s for many yeats a promiuent
member of tho Methodist Church, and his house,
was the favorite home of thc preachers. Mr, McC.
was in this city only t; few days ago, tho guest ol'
his brothe.-in-law, CJ1. D. L. MCKAY. He h?A tor
some time been threatened with dropsy of thc
heart, and the disease appeared to make rapid
progress in tho last few days, lie left Charleston
on Friday, in company with his daughter, und stay?
ed all night at Society Hill with Maj. B. D. TOWN?
SEND ; reached his home in Bennettsville, Satur?
day about 12, and died about sunset, while sit?
ting in his piazza, and surrounded by his family.
Hs was over -70 years old-a ripe old agc, and a
|Hs well-spent. .
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK for June bas come to ban
freighted with tbe last fashions. Mr. F. C . Va
LEB, of the Central fcews Depot, No. 108 Mark,
street, is the happy man who dispenses this repe
tory bf splendid patterns, respectable pictures, ac
PDXJIONIOEUXU: SPECIFIC-It affords us gre?
pleasure in referring to ihie valuable medicino t
neto that unlike bo.ue recipes, it has a reputatio
which is constantly spreading. Tho Specitic, it i
.well known is prepared by Mrs. RODBIOUES, a
cstocmcd citizon of Charloston, under her spee?
supervision. It has been proved to be no hun
bus, for loiters aro daily received speaking of it
efficacy in pulmonary complaints, and asser in;
Huit a number of cures have been mad?. Th
Sumter NeWS speaks of it in glowing1 terms, an?
says that it is all that is represented. We tak
f,rcat pleasure in endorsing this statement, am
recommend all thc afflicted to try a bottle am
t!iey ?nil find relief.
NEW YOEE STEAMERS.-The steamship Alanhat
Urn, Captain WOODH?LL, of Messrs. STEEET BROTH
i:r.s cv Co's., linc ol sido-wheel steamers, arriv?e
herc from Kew York, at about 5 o'clock on Tues
lay morning, mnkirtg a most excellent passai?)
md promising Btill bettor in future under her abli
commander. Her passengers speak in hierh termi
if Captain WOODHULL, and tho arrangements 01
The stoamship Entity B. Souder, Captain H. S
LEBBY, of tho LEAST Lino, arrived here yesterday
?rom No.v York, having a largo carpo for the sea
?on. She is consigned to Messrs. RAVENEL & CO.
iud is under the command of our fellow-townsmarj
Captain H. S. LEBBY, who has left tho Moneka tc
;ake charge of this steamer. We wish Captain
LEBBY prosperous voyages in his new command.
AT THE Twenty-eighth Anniversary Meeting cl
be Marion Steam Fire Entine Company, held ir
heir Hal), Cannon street, on the evonlng of thc
15th instant, the following officers were oleoted tc
lorve for the ensuing year :
Captain JNO. H. STEIN MEYER, President
THOS. 8. 8IGWALD. vice-President
GEO. A. CALDER. Socretarv.
WM. G. HAWKINS, treasurer.
JOS. T. WILLIAMS, First Director.
M. MAXCEY, Second Director.
J \S. P. CAHILr, Third Director.
THOS. B. KEEGAN, Fourth Dlrcotor.
WM. H. SIGWALD, Chief Engineer.
H. L. C\LDER, Assistant Engineer,
M. PETSCH, First Axeman.
W. BLASE, Second Axeman.
C. S EIFER TH. Tul d Axeman.
P. PATAT, Fourth Axeman.
T. E. ALDRICH. Surgeon.
Hon. W. D. POKIER, solicitor.
ABLINOTON INSTOANOE COMPANY.-The ArUngton
tfutual Life Insurance Company of Virginia was
ncorporated in 1837. It is essentially a Southern
:ompany, born on the Old Dominion, and prepared
0 make its investments at home where surplus
lapital is needed. The rates are fully as low as
)ther companies, either from the North or South,
ind it has many advantages not possessed by oth?
ers. The policies of the company have a "sur?
render value" after the annual payments ; it com?
prehends all the phases, forms and advantages of
Life Insurance known to the Bystem, and tho con
litio na of the polioies grant a greater breadth of
latitude than ia usual. The advantages of Life
Insurance are so well known that it is useless to
repeat them, and wo wi 1 only assert that few com?
panies can equal the Arlington in the inducements
offered. Mr. J. L. HONOUR, NO. 8 Broad street, is
tho agent for this company, and will take risks on
A DELIGHTFUL SHOWER.- Yesterday betwoen
the hours of one and two o'clock, when the atmos?
phere was peculiarly close, black clouds sprang np
from tho North and West, and with old Boreas'
assistance a dust was raisod in our city, the like of
which we havo never seen ; this was followed im?
mediately by one of those showers that belong en?
tirely to Summer, when every drop is as big as a
minnie ball, and almost as effective where it strikes,
especially when accompanied by hail as was the
;ase in yesterday's shower.
The thunder and lightning were nothing extra,
leeming merely as intended to show us that it waa
:ho first effort of the season, than for any other
purpose. ' Bat we notice thia rain of yesterday,
tvhiob was no donot beneficial to farmers, garden ors
ind others of that ilk, not for their sake, but for the
advantage of thoso opon whom a sudden shower is
disastrous, and who make a display in the shape
ot goods pnt ont for show or other reasons, aud
ero think it nothing but right, that when we have
1 perfect knowledge of an approaching stor n, by a
jertain and unmistakeable sign, one which has
never fa.led yet, and in the opinion of many, can
never miscarry, it is oar duty as men whose devo?
tion is to nothing bat the public weal, to ventilate
it, whbh we do in the following short sentence,
vfter tho style of onr worthy friend Mr. MILLES, of
the semi-centennial a.m a nae, " when ever you see
the water carts sprinkling tho streets look out
REGATTA.-Tho amateur regatta, advertised in
tho papors, carno off yesterday afternoon. Four
boats wore entered, but one of them, tho Stone?
wall, was withdrawn as abo was not up to time.
Fhe Maggie Mwlietl was entered byJBLAOK & STOD?
DARD, the Rose by THOS. YOUNO, and the Kate by
7. P. HALL. In cons?quence of the superiority of
the Maggie Mitcfie?, she allowed the other boats
ave minutes start, but soon caught up with them,
ind it was a tight race to the Wehawken light
ship and back. Tho Kale became disabled by
breaking her radder :.nd was withdrawn, and the
race was continued by tho two remaining boats.
Ibero was a controversy about the winning, bat
ia this will not be settled until the decision of the
re.oreo, wo forbear making any further com?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.-Messrs. LEITCH &
BRUNS sold yesterday, in front of the old Custom
Bouse, on account of JADES W. GRAY, Esq., Mas?
ter in Equity, all that valuable plantation or tract
af land, situate on the western branch of Cooper
river, in St. John's Parian, Charleston District,
md known as Lewisfield, containing nine hundred
md forty-one (941) acres, moro or less ; bound?
ing northwardly on land now or lately of JOHN
WHITE ; southwardly on land lately of JOHN L.
NOWELL; east ward! y on the western branch of
dooper river, and westward!y on the public road
rom Charleston to Monk's Corner.
All that tract of land, situate on tbe waters of
Biggin Swamp, Charleston District, bounding east
in lands now or late of* JOHN WHITE ; southwest on
ands now or lato of GRAVES ; northwest on lauds
inknown, and lands lately of KEATING SIMONS, de
'eased. Prico $4000.
Terms-One-third cash : the balance payable in
me, two and three years, with interest thereon,
payable annually from the day of sale until the
vhole debt be paid, said balance to be secured by
he bond or bonds of the purchaser, with a mort?
gage of the premises sold. The dwelling-houje to
>o insured, and the policy assigned to the Master.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
At the same time Messrs. WAEDLAW & CAREW
told a house and lot at tLe corner of Spring and
Doming streets. The houso contained four rooms
vith fire places and double piazzas in the rear.
The lot measured foi ty-six feet two inches front on
Doming street by forty-five feot in depth, more or
ess. Prbe $2450.
Also a double-framed tenement boase, adjoining
ihe fbeve on Coming streot, with four rooms in
mch tenement. The lot measured thirty-three
.'eot ton inches front on Coming street, by forty
jiqht feet six inches, more or less, and had on it a
veli of water. Price $1523.
Terms-One-third cash; balauce in one, two and
three years, with bonds seemed by mortgage of
property. Insurance aud policies assigned.
INCENDIARISM.-Tho frequency of large fires and
tho certainty that, m the majority of cases, they
itave beeu tho result of inoendiarism should de?
mand tho attention, not only of tho Fire Depart?
ment and tho Board of Underwriters, but of every
citizen who has the welfare of Charleston at heart,
statistics show that in every large town there are
I larger number of fires during the dull season of
tho year than when business is brisk and the pros?
pects bright. Thia fact can only be accounted for
by supposing that the fires have boon caused from
& desire to obtain tho insurance; indeed il has been
generally noticed that ou these occasions tho
amount of insurance is largely in excess of the
stock on hand.
Charleston has, for its sizo and population, per?
haps fewer fires than most large cities, as the Fire
Department is perfect hi all of its details, and a
fire cannot make much headway before it is sub?
dued. When a fire occurs, the engines arc prompt,
and tho men energetic, but there is still another
element wanting to make the management suc?
cessful. As matters stand at present the insurance
companicj aro to a greater or less degree the
lose? at every fire, for what the flames spare,
the water ruins. To obviate this loss, and securo
thu goods from damage, it is proposeo to fora a
protection corps, whose duty it will bo to guuid
the premises endangered, to keep out all intru?
ders, and to preservo tho goods from damage
either by removal or by covering them with water?
In former days a protective company was attach?
ed to the Department, bat it has never been re
snecitatod sinco the war, a; iL ou eh it is of moro
importance now than ever. lu other- citied when
ovor a ?ro occura it ia thoroughly investigated by
a Firo Marshall, who has full power to arrest any
partios suspect JU of arson. With us this duty is
as8igucd to the Dotectivos, and though admirably
performed th jjr are not regularly employed and
gel no remuneration for their services. By estab?
lishing a regular system of surveillance at a fire
the Board of Underwriters would find that their
expenses would bo greatly diminished, and the pay
of the officers employed would bo far loss than
tho sums now lost through neglect or theft.
This question has alroady Deon considered by
thc Board, and they have taken cboini'i itivo steps
by purchasing tarpaulins fourteen by sixteon feet,
which will bo used at fires to protect tho Btocks
from water. This duty will prubably be assigned
to the detective force, as they have heretofore per?
formed it. A protection or safety company
should be furnished with a wagon containing the
tarpaulins and canvass bags to carry off thc goods
if necessary and they should also havo control of
the fines in connection with thc police. At pres?
ent, notwithstanding the able management of the
department, thefts aro not unusual, and it is ex?
tremely difficult to keep outsiders from thc ropes,
but under the proposed arrangement this could be
effected, aud the city and insurance companies he
both saved from immense losses. The Doard of
Underwriters have the matter under earnest con?
sideration, and thero is little doubt that they will
clodly aid in the f rmation of such a company, for
thoir own interests aro at Btake, and an efficient
protective forco would soon repay the small amount
necessary to snpport them.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
Ii yon want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, Ac; or, luJLUiBS' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to ord;-r. with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to H in A M HABBIS. KO. 69 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction Salt's This Day.
J. b W. Ktox will sell this day, at 10 o':'j:k, at their
autloa silos rooms, No.1 .8 Meeting street, opposite Pa
villion Hotel, hoosibold mitore, paintings, Ac.
N. HUNT & Sos will st this day, at 10 o'clock, at,
tholrsilesrjon. No. 112 A i in; strest, boots, shoes
brogans, gaiters, Ac.
ile EAT b CAMPBELL will i this day, at 10 o'clock, at
their auction aalosroom, No '8 Meeting street, oppo*
site Pavilion Hotel bylined oi -ot jil dry goods store;
also, molasses, beef, ko.; also, o. ?oods, notions, boots,
R. M. M vus ii A LL k Bao., will sell this day, at 10 K
o'clook, at No. SS Broad street, flue horses, mule?, gro?
eery wagon, Ac.
J. A. ENSLOW k Co., will sell this day, at ll tfoloak,
at their store, hogsheads, Heroes and barr?la m Liasses j
also, hogsheads and barrels choloi grocery sugar.
Sierra: & MCOILUVBAT will sell thia day, at lox
o'clock, in front of their office. No. 37 Broad street, 3
prim J young mules.
Will be sold this day, by the Sharif, J. E. CABXW, st
ll o'clock, at No. 60 Waishlngton street, tho oontenta of
a grocery store and bar room.
P. H. B.
Aro synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor.
The secret will be revealed by investing in a bottle of
PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
The Time to Advertise tn the Country.
THE PH CB sn has a large circulation throughout the
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates aa reasonable as the stringency of the money mar?
ket will warrant Merchants and others wishing to nae
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, 8. C.
AU the World Over!
Thiro ar 2 but few spots on o jr globe where HOSTET
TEK'S STOMACH BITTERS are not known; and, when
In the United States and British America lt has become
a household word. As a protective against malaria, epi?
demic fevers, fever and ague, and other dis asea pro?
duced by miasmatic influences, lt stands far ahead of all
other preparations, and is so considered by tao most
eminent physicians of tho day.
In South and Central America, Mexico and the West
Indies it has obtained a firm hold upon the minds of the
people, and is implicitly relied upon as a certain preven?
tive and euro for the many malarious diseases incident
to 1 hose tropical regions.
In Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and adjacent
Islands, 1 s progress bas been marvelous. Merchants,
Miners, Farmers, Manufacturers and Squatters all en?
dorse lt Thousands already has lt saved from the per?
nicious euoots of miasma arising from the low, swampy
grounds so prevalent in those countries.
In China and tho Last Indios it its working its way
with rapid alndes, and is extensively used in the hos?
In conservative Europe, oven, Ita influence ls being
felt; and tho day ls not far di - taut when
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
will become in the old world what it is now in the new
a never fail ng joy to tho afflicted. 6 May 13
Know thy Destiny.
iLuaam E. F. THORNTON, the ?root English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psyohometrician, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
ca tod herself at Hudson, N. Y. M adamo THOBNTOM pos?
teases such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impar, knowledge of the greatest Importance
to the single or married of either sex. While m a ?UUi
of trance, she delineates the very features ol' the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of an Instrument of in?
tense power, known aa the Psychomotropo, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wile
ot the applicant, together with date ot marriage, position
in life, leading traits of character, Ac. This ia no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert She wiU
send, when desired, a certified certifica to, or writ iou
guarantee, that the picture is what lt Lttrporta to be. By
enclosing a small lock ol' hair, and lng place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, ana unclo.mi; atty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
oelve the picture and desired information by return mail,
AR 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 6 pp. Circular, giving Information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches bow the bomoly may become beantliul, tho
despised respected, and the forsaken Io - ed.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send theil
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 31,
March 30 Tyr Tro/, N. Y.
Ornes CLERK or COUNCIL, I
May 1807. J
The following Section of " An Ordinance lo abolish the
office of Superintendent of Str. eta ; to provide for Keep?
ing the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, and open couria in tb?
City of Charleston Clean, and for omer purposes," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For the due prutectiou of the auld coo.ractor or con?
tractors, ti it further ordained, Tuat overy owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any rremises irouting in any
s?eet, laue, alley, or open court, shall oj overy day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in front of Ula or her lot, in a burrel, box or
heap, and in reediness for the contractor, by tho hour ol
sm on o'clock, A. al., irom the hist day of May to the
first day of November In every year ; and by the hour oi
nine o'clock, A. M., frc m the first day of Noveinbor to
tho first day of May following. And any uersou offend?
ing herein, or placing; any dirt filth, garbage, or other
ottal, lu any street, lane, or alley, or opeu court, artur thc
hours above named, snail be subject to a fine not lese
than two nor moro tbau five dollars, for each und ever,
offence, to be imposed by the Mayor.
by order W. H. SMITH,
May 16 Clerk et council.
GENERAL TAX AO TUE.
IWILL BE IN CHARLESTON ON MONDAY, 20TH
instant, for one week, ending Saturday, at Cour?
House, to r. volvo RETURNS FOR TAXES FOR 1866,
alter winch time my books will Do closed. Persons in?
terested will please' bc punctual ai my health will not
admit of my seeking tuera out Planers cmployii
ireedmen ere required, by Act ot tue Legislature, to glvo
m the names of all niales boiw on 21 and 60 years old,
ior eapi' allon tax. They are requested also to e,i ve the
number ot dogs, and by whom owned. All other per?ons
and iroadmen must make return for cupiutiuu uix, oi
be double taxed. J. P. CLEMENTS,
Tax Colloclor, St Andrew's PariBh.
STEAM GAS FITTER AMD PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 0,?S FIXTURES, OAS
FITTING AND PLUM DING PROMPTLY AT
lEM'I'i. IO. No. 110 KINGMTllKe/l.
.AUeust SI Mrtwwii i,niau ti'? mi- ...ivH*.
Havana Plan Kentucky Statt, Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
3'Jtii or each month. Scheme, S.'.OUO tickets tat
prizes. Who.e tickets, 812; naives, ifl; quarters, SW;
eighths, $1 6?.
1 Prize Of.S50.000 2 Prize of. .. .$5,000
1 Prize ol.:20,000 29 Prizes oi. si.uut
1 Prise of.SS.OU? ?3 Priz:sot.;4Uu
I Prize of.3-7.UUU 155 Pn/es ot . &900
'.?2U Prize? ot Si2 ..
64 Approximation Prizes atuuuutiug to ?9,000.
Combtnutiuu Lottery draws ever.' dav. Ticket? from
II to sli'.
Cirralrr? ?ent?rce, Drawings tuplrd ns soon .-.s the
Lottery is dru wu.
(?.dro* n. l. Pi-! Itt, Culled :t UM Liceuic ? V"*-nt
N... .'L Hos? sever, <. h .nenio i.s.... c.-E?. It?x.vj i u
WITH OK WITHOUT
OVER SEVENTY THOUSAND NOW IN USE IN
THIS COUNTRY AND EUROPE.
rTTHE REPUTATION ACQUIRED BY THU MACHINE, WYRIUNT3 U3 IM 9VYIMG IT H THE BEST NOW
_ IN USE. We are also General State Agent, Tor ttij aile of the fjllowiai Agrijultnral Implements, wui.cn we
keep ?jon.-itaatly oa hand at Manufacturer's prices :
H. L. EMERY'S (JXIVE&UL C >TT3N GIN' AND CWDEX3E&.
The numerous tMti-n mills anl wm maUtbn rioiivjl fr ju pirtiii w'io hwo puro'tnel rh;seGIN3, ena?
bles us to oi lim for the a sa>>rl -ri y o?v ny ul ill 8>_?i(li3r4 ia qn i:i:/ aal qa di y ot tuts turned jut, and
1 slnpllcitr, durabUty, c ll ; iea J . of Jin, aa lui trie a J 2 jiu', test 01 lu superiority ovar au other Oin?, we do
challenge a practical teat of iu alalina tor superiority.
Cotton and Hay Presses,
Horse Powers anti Threshers,
Saw Sills, Premium Farm Grist Jlills,
Fan Mills. Stafford and Buck Eye Cultivators,
Fodder and Corn Stalk Cutter , Grain Drills,
Corn Sheller*, Georgia COUJU Planier,
. Plo?YS, Expinlin? Calttrjtor, Pumps,
Bells, "c.. &c.
A. K. COLTON, Proprietor.
W. B. LOWRANCE, Manager.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ESTABLISH bl ) 1845H22 YEAKS!
ASSETS OVER $7.000,000!
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
- rt. _____
THC POLICY HO I, Di; ft s RECEIVE THE _ Vt'IRE PROFITS, AM) AUB THU9
INSURED AT THE ACTUAL COST OP TU!', COMPA.VY. DEDCCTISG ONLY KT.
FE.VSES OP HANAGBrtE.YT.
ANNUAL DI VID KN D Fi FIT PFR CENT.
(FOR THEEE YEARS PA T. AND LIKELY TO CONTINUE.)
AGE, AS6ETS and DIVIDEND, or RETLT.N PREMIUM, (reducing the same to aotual cost,) are the RULING
CONSIDERATIONS in deciding tho rolaovo SECURITY and SKILLFUL MANAGEMENT ol Life Insurance
THOMAS FROST, A^ent for South Carolina,
No. W BROAD STllEET.
JNO. L. DAWSON. M. D., I
FR\NCIS L. PARKER, M. D., 1
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to w.th prom^tuoos ana dispatch, itt
MODERATE CU.VHiiii?:, bY
S'iliTH IS? UeGIL LIVRA V,
April ll Auctioneers, No. 27 Uro id slroet.
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETFXT'lTE?. I
MAY, 10, \H6tl. \
RECOVERED AND AT THIS 0:11'Jt, A I OUllLC
CASE GOLD WATCH, TUU-Ui L'.vur, and Chan.
Any party malting compli-inr <>:". o sam .-, e _c oraani,
provo property, pay ejr:..".:<>an'l tsUc it.iwav.
il. V.. UENDUICE-?,
Firat Lloutonant and Chiel ot UootccUrcs.
HOTELS 1NNEW YORK.
DE LANEAU HOUSE.
BETWEEN 5 th sj nd Otu AVEME?,
rBoirmo BSSEBVOXB PASS.
LARGE AND ELEGANT RUITS OF BOOMS pOR
lamiliea dea>rlng accommodation* in New Yo.-:.,
transiently or permanently. This i? one ot tho most
airy and delight!- locations in the city. 1 ble d'hotu or
private. A. M. i sLEV.kLcTTE.
May 3 _Imo
4M AND 4 h AVENUE.
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORE, WILL FIND AT
this new and deilruble House, tho most airy aud
comfortable aocommodatioua lor maudes locating per
manomi . or transient}-, at libera] r-te*. Meals nerved
i la European or tahiu d'hoto. J. A. uOBlNSON.
May 3_Imo Proprietor.
LEA & P?iRR?NS'
PRONOUNCED ,-, EXTRACT
BY fe'/ of a ?otter from a
H I MEDICAL G EN!LEjL_
CONNOISSEURS II ,,^t0^
to BS TH? os LT irW'^K Brother at
Good Sance ?
flH ?Tell LEA ? PEU
-m APPLICABLE >yl-i.T: J KINS ibui their SAUCJ
tiiYgSr ?is highly esteemed Ul lt.
to 2t~^r lola, and is, iu my opiu'ui.
jtji,. most palatable, ts
EVERY VARIETY sa_^arWn as thc most WJTO I
S*_*i? ?ou?e SAUCE that if
OP DISH. m.?le."
Tho tuccess of this most daliciO'iB aurt unnvalle. con?
diment having caused many unprino.plcU dev .era to
apply tho namo to .Spunous Compounds, tho PVIILIO
respectfully and earnestly requested to sec that 'nt name
of LEA & PEiuu.sa aro upon the WRAPPER, LASEL
STOPPER and BOTTLE,
LEA & PERRINS, IV or vaster,
JOHN* DUNCAN'S SONS,
INT KW YOr?F.,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES, j
October 19 riuwiyr
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL. ]
TUIH SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO DE USED TO j
provo its superior quality. Use it as you would :
ouy common Soup. Try it uud you will bu convinced
i hat nts superior to any otlior anice m market. For
tale by Grocers gcucinlly.
Manufactured by TA VLuR & YOUNG, No. ISO Front
.i.ieet, New York. 1'orsaleby
GRURER .V MARTIN, ?
Nu. SIG Klug street ?
H. DIS^HOKK CU, j
No. lu; East Lay. -
GEO. W. WILLIAM.. *: CO.. j
Corner Church and ? ny tic s twa.
CiOWIr. t? .M016?-, ln-utyisis.
No. 101 Meeting atic.'t, |
Opposite Cliartcsioii Rutel, j
Janu_y" _wueiSnio :
E. M. WHJ.??JNT Gr,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE, j
HAS REMOVED DIS OFFICE FROM CHALMER* i
slr?cr to No. si) Cril.'iaH ti'?UHc'l. on: neil
uortii oi urowi ?ire?-:, Aurrusi $1
FOR THE MILLION ! !
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID. 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tue mist celebrated AO.OIB for 5u co it?; GO Actresses
f.<r 50 coti.s; 50 [Jmou Genera!? lor 50 cetus; 50 Rebel
Genends tor 6:) cants; 50 S-a teamen for 60 cents; 50 beau
: jiu! young Ladles lor 50 couta; 50 Hue-looking you ;;
Gentlemen lot St? eenie; (5 luryu Photographs ot Fre.tcb
D.tnciuu Girls, lu cos?ame, beau Lfully colored, exactly us
they i| pear, tor CO couts; or ?or 60 couN, 6 ol thc most
b^mUl'ul Lad cs Ol'the Paris! .ta li.iHot troupe, a.- they
a 'po r m tin: play ot toe black Crook, at Niblo'a Garden,
Send aU orders to P. O. Box 177, Troy, N. Y.
1 WORD TO THE WISE.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING SECURED THE
AGENCY 1 r thc States ol South Carobna, G or?
gia, Alabama und Florida, for tho sa.o of tile celebrated
English Metallic Hoofing Paint,
take pleasure m announcing to the citizens o' Charles,
toa, -hat we aro prepared to REPAIR AN J PAIN I' new
or old COPP..R TIN, ZINC OR IiiON ROOFo, in a aub
siau lal maimer.
Ti ii Pidut wit. protect Metallic Hoofs Irom corrosion,
and .vc SV iltAi i' -."JR NVj.tK FO SiX YEARS.
As we will remaia ia this city bu. a short ?ims wo
wold i urge those virsirin? to av.il the benefit ot our
won; to soud ia lucir orJc s as early us possible.
Cur air. JoHNs N wi.l cuuvvss the city fer UK pur
nose of SOUCI Ling orders uud efle. tino; co traen..
" Orders left wtth tiEOttGci W. W LLIAVIS) a Co., lo
whotu we refer for purdcal-rs retiioci; ; th tnenM.it
our Paiut, or at the ^avd.oa Hotc, will rccti re prompt
J?HNS0N Ss FOYLE*.
T<? TAX PAYER9<
rE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for ho iu.orma iou o? all peraotii concerned:
A3 OHDISdNC : .O AlIrX>T) AN OnDIXiSCE TO SAISE SUP?
PLIED TOB THE Y EAU i3i)7, ?SD FOR o XL: Li: rtTErOSES.
L be !t ordamo^ oy th; Mayor aud Aldermen in city
. ouncit ame bled, ilia, eli u-x-.s payable noe; the Or
ditdiuce toraiic ..upi lita lor ti.e yea: lao/, and tor other
purposes, bc poa i ,<:. or Uitorc ute St'th J y ol Juno next:
iud lust pereous who shad iwke ue'uuit ot payim-a: o:
.heir ta:;es 6u that ay, .-.had pay, tu addition to the
: noun: of their taxes, cue and u nell pur cent, per
moma uutii tue 31 tua.-of July, when, i. u.t iNUS.au
j.'uouut o; LIV o i cr ccuL po.-monto u. on thc amount
.-itut*.--shah DC paid, aadu.ta? tue Hist day of Aligns:
?brea per cont, pur Biotttn ou tho a ..ouu. ot tax s due
suitil ooiMuo uk.iipuyutuai of tba wholo uuiouut ie tuan .
!.. iliac ali i^r-jut w o altearos ?ai. ta pay ute.r
Utoatuljr tax?e oa or eco c -...c thteent'i J.a\ o. con
.nuuth,'Sit-;, rc ;JC .trr-al.. ?>s: m th. umoaus thereat,
two (tor oo.il p:r iflouoa f.o.nsaou thtcvaith day, v.adi
paymoi t is made.
itatiUcd in c:ty Ccunc? liais seventh diy ot May, lu
.'te year -,- car Lard oaa tnousani CL,.a*, naadrod and
II. S.J T. C. G vILLARD, Mavor.
Vf. il. .-iMnn. Clerk of Council. Laug :'..iy ll
TIHE FOLLO'A'INO ORDINANCE XS PUBLlSHEri
ior the iuioriuation o' a.l coacerued :
AS onrtSA^c: TO ??OCLA?E TUE CL?.-.NS?NG or PRIVIES j
tait VACLTSIS m.. canpoitiif LOUIS OP THE erv.
I. Rei. OrJiinod hy ; ie Mayor und .Cdei mon, .hat |
?.om und Biter the rauttcatiou of this Urdiuauce, it shun
LO. oe ?aw?ul lOrvuy pcr.-ou to ctcauac or remove tue
con.e.ii'it v':ntit-i or Privies Wltliiu thc limits ol tin
eu?y, wj |,OJ'. having previously obtained it hcause .or ftc
same; ell Such J.cens:? io e::p rc ou the 21st L'ecetr.bcr I
: every year, sud ho subject io all requirement* impos- 1
cd by uruiuaucca regulating the grautiug Of Licenses for 1
Drays and C ri-.
II. Tb tl tito usc of Barrels m opon Carts and Wagons
is prolublt>?l, aud p::r.;^s spplj ii g tor License will bc re
?pured :< > proviitu cioscd Ca: i : siltUtu e tor thu purp ?c.
Hi. All perseus having .suco Licence shall r.-poit a*
one of tbeO.iard Houses, duriurj tao day, h:s ot tucir m
Ictitiou to do such v.ori. duriug tho i-ufcuniy turin; in thc
Low. r Warns such r. port to be m ule to thj Maia Guard
House, lu thc Upper ^ard.-, lo Upper Gua d liotisc.
IV. Tuc place ur place for die d.-podtot sucu offal
?b d. be desiguated lrom t.ma to tune uy the Mayor.
\". Ever? o .vitor or ariveroi aucu Li eus JU cart or
any other person wi.u shall v olate any o? th.- provisions
ot "dna '.iraniaui o, or snail neg!, ct o refuse to observe
Mic same, or any of th^m, shan fotieitauii iay for each
Oduueu a line i.o. i xceutl tweuty-iive dol?ate, io bo eu
forccd by t.ic Muyorin his iou t. or recovered tu uny
Oilier i otirt ot coin!-.. :et;t juris. iili<>n.
Rutuiod ni city Co.iitcil this svveutu day of May. in the j
ye ir oi'oitr Lorn ooo thousand eiynt umidrcU i'ud si:;
* iL. s.i r. c. GALLLARD,
IV. il. sMiTtl, M vor.
c-l-ik ot c'oiuic-il Smo May 10
OFFICIC cul. i-- OF DETECTIVES, I
CHAKI Lsr.iN, M?v lilli, 1BU7. f
rjTAKEN FROM A coL. itKL) UOY, UN TI E MTU
X. April last, by sonte ?d' the officers, a VIOLIN VND
CA*sE, Luowi, to be sto en. Any cue losing the same
wni ionic l?rwcid, prove property, ami take it away.
U. W. iiCNDRlCKS,
May 0 Isl Lieut. i>uu OUlel of DolucUVCB.
BY B. M. BARSHAM. & BR".
Brokers, Auctioneers. No 33 Broad Street?
THIS DAY, at 10 "? o'clock will bc tola.
Four Une HORSES. 1 Mule, 1 Grocory Wagon. 1 Cart,
1 Sewing Machine. An aasortment of Household and Ot
flee Furn!euro, Engravings and ?undrics.
Unreserved ?'ate of Sugar and Molasses to -close
BY J. *. KJ?SLOW4CO.
THIS DAY, 16th inst., will be sold at our ?tore, at ll
60 HHDS. )
20TIERCES ? CUBA CLAYED MO'ASSES.
20 BARBELS )
Which will bc posttlTely sold to close consignment
S BARRELS I CHOICE GROCERYSUOAR,
Just received per schooner Alert, from Matanzas.
JTouseli?l'l Funy-tiirp. Pn n'ivgs, ?c.
PY ,T, Ai XV, KX?X.
THIS DAY. at 10 o'cWk A. M.. nt ibp;r mic'loi aale?
ro^ms. No. 138 Meet! gt street, o-positc Pavilion Ho
t"\ W'll \y cold.
Four P'">ST AND FRF.VOH RHV?TADS. <"rib. fot,
MntfrpcRpa, Fr>nthpr Bed. LOIITTP. Thnirs. Tn'O'??. M?*
h?ards. Bureau?. Was'-s'-n^". Of?"p T>PSV a^d Cbp'r. Tee
HOII--P. Me/it cnfes. 1 set Dis'' rnvnrs. I.nmns. ns,?*?",
r'-'rncts, Looking Glasses, Oil Paintings. Stove and sun?
_Conditions cash. _ _ _May 15
Eonts. S^nos. Pr-ii""S Ct'ifiTS, ?C.
T*\ v. xwjrXT At s#v.
THI*. TtAT. t?"> 'vh ^B*.. nt if. oVlnc'c.:" onr Sales
Pnom, No. "M? Mpptin" ?trW. WP TW ?ell.
KO pnaoo i\r\A ret-rnois assorted BOOTS, SHOES,
BROGANS, GAITER", fcc.
20 cartoons SHOP GOOD4!, as9ort?d. May 18
BY 8I>TT'TM A ?V?JT.,I,IVIIAT,'
ftn. 9.1 "?niH "'roe*.
TTP" DAY, nt 10J? o'clock, in front of their office.
Large S'ock BtPWlpr (Vn'hin^ frim a Nnc Torie
wv jort* ?. arvT,*^?? At rn,
TO-M^RRnw. th* lfith Inst., nt Hin?**. wflh-aoM
st ?np An"+tin "a wyw, Vn. 1"3 VPPHIP ?rrepf.
A LARGE 8T0H? rt* ?Tnv-T-T? T^THI^G, FROM
A VFW YORK HOTT^F.
rnvtjiofrrvo. nr PATT, OP ?
Bp^i^rqiT f.TSJIS. -Rl-v. Pln-tP-? P-rl Fwch TMH
?ark,>. rortntind" "SPTTB. fl^p-lc Wtv?i>1'1?fl c?c1f?. ^""PV
Twppd sid "hpV rta'^n n~rh Pp-k". Po^nipd". r-mblPt
und TweM P"it?. PHITI T Hen, Chock and Fancy Cassl
mpre Pants, Marseilles Ves's.
An Invoke FINF. FELT AND WOOL HATS, Straw and
Crmdltio-'fl-rf'idpr ?100 ir?**" : nv<vr ?"100 approved oity
acpfl -tatipps at two months, with Bank In erest added.
/?iMffort* TT-yran^ Po'ij'.'/i? nvH Piir">l'"r<'.
RTF/? Y WmV?'^ \Y wi 'ITO VT. a* a n'ii"?- Tia-f
10 o'clock, ft? OpWni"v /y??nb,'V.i>l bv fhp ?nV.T!b'",<'.
Fnrnltiipf) wiles at Private Residences promptly attend?
ed to at low chars es.
SMTTH Jv VotTT.TVR\Y.
Auctioneers, Ni. TT n->n s*-***.
April 1\ 8mo f.outh Side near State.
Anrtloimr and ronun'??lnn Wp-rrh ant, n?
No. Sil TTin? ?tropf, below F~na?? ?t?-ppt.
Offers his services for the Mle n? MF.RriTTVNrfPR 1
dav and nii^t nt his ntoro. al?o for tb? ?al* of S*Oi!?
Bonds. Real E9tate. Ves'els, Horw atH Pro-lnc?. w
cltv refp-pnees will he. irlven. no-isl-rnnTints solici ?
Term<< mod -rate and guarantees satisfaction.
April ?2 Irnc
JOHN F. TAYLOR JAMES BARKLEY
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. T1YL0E & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
BTOH and LOW PRESSURE, POUT.^BLE sud
ST .TIONLRY STEAM ENGIN'Ka and BOIL URS. RI E
THEAHHERH (from new pat.crns. with all t ;o nioUcrn
lmprovemeutsi, STEAM SAW MILLS, 4c, ?rc.
dimis IN IRON iii muss
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine aud other Work,
Shall receive special atte lion.
FOR SALE-One 12-borsc po ver : JEAM ENGE?E.
nearly new; several new aud secoud-h nd BOILER j, fl
W 10-horse 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.
May ll _ loo
YOUR ATTEN HON I? 0?A.? ED TO OUR RP.DUCED
RAiE? for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
i l FLOORING, at S23 per M.
0-4 i- LOOR1NG, at $23 per M,
3-4 LINING, at $25 per M.
7-8 LINISJ, at $25 per M.
Wo also have various other sizes of drossed and rou^h
LUM!) R. All of which wi 1 be disposed Ot at lowest
EBAUGH & MALLONFE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD,
HORLBECK'S WHABF, NEAB N. E. RAILROAD.
May 1 Imo
N?f ?ORKST?IM EiiSlD..
ENGINE LATHli? PLANEl?
niPhOVED CAR WHEEL BOXES.
SACOLMSTS* TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, .??-ss.
OFFICE AND WARBROOK, No. "?22 PEARL ST.,
Oeepniber 1H 'tro
t\T7HI^KERS ana MUS
VT TACHES, torced to ^F^?
grow upon me siuootlKst iL^JH
taco In from three to fiv* T?Tjr
weulis by ushi^ Itv. rEVlG- f0Z&R
CAPLLLAIltl^, the most dttSS?^
wo u uer mi discovery in mo- ^S?Bar^^
dcru science, a-;ij" upon
thu Beard aad Hair in au almost miraculous manner. It
ha., been used by the cllto oi Puris auu Louuou with the
most thittcrini; success. Nam-sot ult purchasers will
bo registered, an J if entire salmiaclion is ..ot given iu
every instance, the money will oe cheerfully refunded.
Price by mail, seule i aucl iiosipai-I, ?L Deicriutivt- ck
culara u d tcE'imonials mailed freo Address B. It G Lit,
SHOTTS A: CO.. Cn. mi ts, >:o. 2S5 Rivoi- s?ept Trov. N
?., .-ole Agunis tor the United itaxi?
March 30 ,y
T> E A U T YAuburn,
mg }? o olden, Fiasen, mid
HA G fgb killten CUhjjrt produced by sL tf?TP&
^kjVL URLUX'S F lt IS KR LE
if?l^WBR^ Vt-L^ Oui appLca- Jj^fa
*' most attaint.; sud uiubum v^pj?,
hair of ci her set utu w vy nu;;...-, or heavy ;!u ?ive
^urls. Ha? uwu u^edLy the .asii'ounbks Pei's-u l
LOadou, wiLu lb? BI?'-t uratwyli . ; to ;u
jury .0 thu hair. Puce by tiiai., ni-i.c* :md ^o?*p.M.j, . L
Descriptive cJrcuLm UULCU ile?, A.:-.ir JJ 'nLhiKU,
illZ ITs 4: CU., Chemists. ..u. ?o? t.i.?r s.itct, ?iv , ??.
Y., : o.c Aucnw '-or ?he Ol*?' o -%ta-C?.
Muxeh 30 j
mH1; UNDKESIG -ED WU.L CONTINUE TO DI
X PENILE Uis ag/eeiiblc aud hea!L;iui OCVeragO, at
'jicir weii-knowu stands, No. dC UAaLL SI ll ttl, bc
tween Kl-;.,'and Mceungstree.s, :>i>. iaij>i KING>1REE'1
'Ol.: 1'lquet'J ur-1 ilucsc), uudattLe hesd of CEMEU
MAH?fc?, northwest corucr.
Uiu^gists una o?iui'!. wishing to he bi.pnlle I ?-itli
fotUiUiuB or Syrups, and dealers de>iru|j Fouutniou
rjarged, wid be accvwmoJuieti U;JO:I reasouable
Ltcainera, fiotols, Restaurants and private families,
furnished with a superior article ol ?otLed Sovin, iu oiuu
tiiii.-s ;?.- :uit purcbasern.
We are ay^uts tor the ?ale c:'A. J. Morse x Son's justly
..olebr?cd soda W'a'er Apt-aratus, coiuiisiltii; ot GeutXv
.o.'s, l'ounio'ua, .Marble Liran<tiiS buuel*, Silver PL Ced
Itefri^cratuuj Lirsugbt Mauds, Tamblor iluhtcrs, and a>i
BpparaUla iie:ess:iry for the uiauu:actur ut -OJU Water,
at the laauiiiaciurt-rb' prux-s, wit.. irctgLt added.
Deaier.i in soda Water threu^houc ,he b;ate, desning
an apparatui*, will do well io examine tho mut lu ot
Morse's Apparatus, before purchasing uicsewuere.
lieMirip.iuii c.itilo^ue uud pri?e .isl seui io any address
upon up,iUeuiiou to JLHIN lit CK A: cu., Charleston.
Vv'hne .ippreeuti.ig tae very doers! patrouugt; esuiuded
to us tluiiu? tue pa.t season, we hail sttivo to m^iii Us
E. ii. (UKDNER.
TS AN EXCELLENT AL'Vi;r.TIalNo MEDIUM ? KT
A .Mercuanls aud business meu u-y i: ;ur a lew moiltlio.
"NO risk uo ttaui." heua eu >our* e.ird- amt uiet-ase
your trade this lalL 'there's uoihlug to equal PnnicrV
Ink-it has made many u lor.une.
Teim^ mr tue paper- ?a p?- auuum. In advanre
Advurtisenivuu lustrted ai the rale ol cl uvr square ol
twelve lints or less for each iusertiuu.
liareis ol teu hues ur lesa, at thy rate ol' rid fur three
Contracts by the year or for six ?ne-uihs, allowing priv?
ilege oi changing, ou more tavorauk tenn?. Address
.. EDWARD A. liUU.NsUN.
QCTeinbOt 1* f .?j.. i^l
Whiskey. Suqar, Molasses. Beef. Cheese, Potato**
and Soap-Contents of a Wioteaale Grocery
WU. MrTT AT * JOH* C \?fPBELZ?,
McKay At Comphcli
Will se'l THTS DAY. (Wodnoidav,) st ten (IO) o'cJoclr,
at <h' lr An ti m s-el??. Rooms, No. 13? Meeting street,
oppoMlo Pavilion Ho el
- birmls MVGNOLM AND BOTTE BO WHISKEY.
- barrels New Orleans Sutar.
- birre'fl N>w orleans Molasses.
- half barrels cJioIc- Beet
- boxes Goshen Cheese.
- barre's Potatoes.
- Loxes Soap.
Torrn? cash._May 18
BTV Goods, Ko ions. Boots, Sliaes and Feit Eats
WM. S'rl?" A V &' ?TC OT CP F PF El L,
WrKay St rarnpbrll
Will sell TM is DAY. (Wodncfday.) the I6th, lmmed
arel'- after their sale of rrocories,
READY-MAI E TEOTHIKG,
COATS, PANTS AN VF'STS (fuperior quality.)
PANT STUFFS, SATINETS Cheela TahUng Damask
White Linen '.hirts. Hiekory a-d F ney H ?HF. F?ik*?\
L non C. ndkls., Dross Plnids, tLd Co!oitd ML dies
General assortment CUTLERY, Hosiery, Notions, ?o.
Assortment superior TRUNK S.
Two oses BROGANS.
On account of all concerned: 1530 BAGS.
Terms cash._May lo
Bruxner nf a ReM Br-i Goods Stare.
WM. McK*T * -?0?1TV < ?MPBE1.L
l?'eKav Si ?ampb'lt
WIUBP'.I THIS D\Y, 15th hr t.. at their Auction Sate,
rooms, No. 13r- Meefn-f 6tree\ opposlfo Pavilion HoteL
SI K LLT.nsiON, TRIMMINGS. Ribbon?. White and
Black Ruches. Dress Bu>t ns, Knitting Needles, Silk
Gloves, Towelling, Table Dimask. Ac.
Gent'? Lo/jhorn HATS. Von'Uh tors, Cllrper, Canton
and Pable Summer Hats. Gen.'a Linen Dusters. * c.
Teran cash._May 16
SHERIFF'* 8 ALI.
By virtue of a wr!t nt fieri facia* to me directed and de?
livered, 8'id with the co isen- of ?ll par.ies concerned,
will bo sold THUS DAY. the 16th Mav. at ll < 'c'.o :k A.
M.. on thepnm pe? S'lua'e No. 60 W shingtOT ?'reet,
THE ESTIRE CONTENTS OF A GROCERY 81 ORB
AND B \R ROOM, to tether with the FU tur t, levied on
and to b? sold as >he property of C. H. LUh rs, at tho snit
of J. H. L. schuchert
Terns cash. JOHN E. CAREW. 8. G. D.
James M. Rhett vi. Benjamn S'o'<es, Admlnis
tro'rr Of horns nov <~) John Clarie el ai
BILL *"OR FORECLOSURE A WD 3 ALE.
By sufficrity of a decretal order In this cause, mid? by
his Rotor Ctmci br J?'ias9H. at tte las: Fs'i roary
si'ting of thii Court, for C nie on DiiMst btfin tho
Court House m Wilterboro', ou MONDAY, ihe 31 ii/
ot Ju">e n xt enduing, at 2 o'clock M.,
All that PLANTA'TON OR TRACT OF LVNO situ/ite
in the Dist-i t of Col eton. ci VtlMa ? si? h lid . jd anl
twent-el't'i'oc-o?. ino-e or eis; hoailel to Pw nor.h
ward on lands of-W liker. Paul li.. vilOi i?1ei H.
Fripp : tn he eut vard on Hnd? of - Goitre-/ and itt.
Bud: min Rbett;south on hods of the sail Dr. Benjamin
Rhett and Willi iwi C. TJeywa d, end to the w stwird "?y
lands of enid W. C. llcyward and said Paul H. and
Charle* E Fripp.
Convido ls-O ie-'hlrd ca?.h; the ba-'ance on a credit of
twe ve months: dtlej d .lvcred wh?u tai ??d?t portion
ol Mathase moa JV shall have tuen paid. Purchaser to
pay f. r papers. B. 8TOKE ,
0 E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Coll eton District, Ap rd 9,18 7.
May 8 wmS
_PR IVATE SA LES._
Two Acres of land on East Bay Sreei-in (h*
Mu Ot Charleston.
BY ALONZO J. WHITE & SOU.
Will be sold at private f la
LO rs of UANii, oc;u-iiu: one entire squire, fronr'at;
last Bay nuvet a:A torc a (1| o:'.t?r sVrcca, a ii contain?
ing two i2> acre?. Ou K?i lo? tra SXfetwfve BrisU Budd.
In^s. This iqturo is ad rmrajly adapted for s.on&cpur?
po*os or o"-ur entorp.isc For pu-ticulars. ap ly aa
above at office No. 68 East Bay street 1 h.ay !6
_A SR ICU ITUBAl. "
THE STANDARD FERTILIZE!!,
THIS ARTICLE LT AS "'EEN THOROUGHLY TRIED
In th9 South, for the last nine years.
It permanently enriches the land, and will pay three
l'uu?rcd per cent profit u,on investment* the first
This Fertilizer will do os well if placed on top of Ihe
ground after tuc crop ls up.
AU effoetu 1 preventive to rust in Cotton. Have used
it niuo yours.
DOOLY Cocirrr, GZOBOIA, I
January 2, 1867. j
To J. H. ZELEf & Co. Macon, Ga.:
I have been conversing w th several of my acquaint*
an cs ou th. su jct of > per PiioBpaates as a fardlizer;
t .ey are anxious to ger something tnat wi J prevent rust
in Cotton. I hat s u quality 1 eau vouch for in Croas*
d le's super Phosphat. ; that ic effoottLdl prevented lust
in :ny Cotton tar ugh ; ho wuele t ino I SVuUed lt,
wh ch has b e niue yea-s I thiuk now I shall Uao
about six ions myself . ut of the tw-ive ordered.
Very rcs,cct.uLy yours,
No. 103 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON.
Sole Agent for the bUte of South
SHIP CHAMDURV, ETC. "
B31T DETJtllliW JPPAlUm
E?OWX 4 LO??L'S PATEE
APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERN.
ME.? . and aupcrvi?iu ; inspectors of Mteamars, at
tiM late trial of ihe uidereut l'.i'iE.Cl'a in New Yorli har*
bor, with all uxlu es coiupteto. Price, ?40 cash.
The bi*, ana most economical of ail the Patents now
1000 yards 8 oz. COtTJ.-' RAVENS for Awnings
ard ..oat oana.
7000 yards Dr-id ?Ills Cotton Duck, Nos. 1,2,3,1 B,
Cana 7 a: New YorS prices.
300 coils Kentucky lUims Bops for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cordage.
1 or sa. u by
Imo Na 48 EAS BAY.
The Reports ot isouta Caro.ini
TOE STATUTES AT LARGE,
AT HALF PRICE. AI
(JJLOSLNlx UP AT A OitiiAT SAO
BOHN'3 LIBRARY AT FIF CY CENTS ^ VOLUMS.
Eo?i lecnug uni A re .ii toe.ural Works.
A^r.oa.tar.d ml GArdenlug Works.
Cooking and Spora a.- Woras.
All thj atuve works at aalt price, at
May 6 b. ri ART'S, Book Store.
GOLM* OFF AT HALF FKICD!
'AA MORAL AND R. LIGIOCS BOOKS, 10 cants
0\J\J Met.todist Hyini "oo?S, .'5 cents
Baptist HTUIII oooits, 'J5 to !?? c.nu
CO J Morai and itchgious Books, -'5 cents
Jad f-outiiera Hanno iy. 75 tenta
C -.thouc reuch -u-M .?sp-uish i'raycrs, 5D cents
E;J? co^-iiPrayers, ?oc.-jta to.l.flJ
li. ) i'_e C.titt'.cs.o? Hook, 5d ce" U
'lesta-- -? J. ia .'retiaj o.- En^li-a, 5 cents to $1
Poce J:.."-- Eu c.'Jki to il
Wj.s.e:-'. ;r-j;Ii^j ^.-jl-'j, 10 cont?.
Ollut HVui'o "uOOK STORE."
Anatomical Charts, French and
A EE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
?X xiock j.ore. Ap?l ?\
For nomovjng Supcrilaoa? Hair.
TO THF. LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALU AELE
ib nilutory recoLUincnds I'.seh as o;u;,' au aauosi ia?
?i^p.'ii?iu.o article io ten?ale ?;.?.u.v, ii easily apt hod,
d'.cs not burn or injure tue skin, bur acts directly ou the
i'y -ts. i. is warranted to remove gupertrjoua hair from
low lorehcada, or ,ioui iuy paito' ih> ixjdy, lOiiipietely,
to,all] gull radiraliy extirpating the s ??iv, leaving ihe
skin soft, tmooth and usturuL ibis is th oclyartiulo
uscj by the Eteuc'u, aud ts tbe ouiy i,?, en* -tual depila?
tory in existence. Prive .'? cent? i?>-r p.:i.-..0e, oeut post?
paid to uuy address, on r^eeiut ot .in order, o>
BE'MLit, MI fl lb ?: t o., Chemists,
March 30 I"- No. ?-.?.> Uiver st., iroj, S. Y.
Thc Ure en vi lie Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT slid PER
year, m aivanco. Advcru5eiueu.> inseited at usual
G. E. LLi UKI ',
May 10 Editor and Proynctor,