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VOLUME IV.NO. 539.
?Scoy^ffLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1867.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
rnxvjofai.. 1 WioDcr Mac vos trad futtfly,
rtftor brief but meat successful bcmoq at Hiber
nian Hall, left in tiro sioaruor Falcon, yesterday
aftorooon, for Now York Dm Balttmoro.
Tile Thin it Csi ltcn Bab bath Boh oui Pto-bic
cimo off yoatrrday at Mount ricanant. Tboro
was quito a largo attondanco, all enj "ylng thom
bolvca. In to-morrow's News wo shall giro full
particulars of this interesting festival.
We invite the attonlion of formera and Ibippors
of vcRotables to tho advertisement of Messrs.
Kinsman & ltowEi.i. in another column. Thenn
gentlemen aro proparod to furnish crates for ship
pers, and to offor every facility for tho transp ra
tion of prodnoo. |
Ala Ville db Pabib. Tho "Grand Exposition"
of elegant yot amazingly cheap dress goods opons
tbio day at tho above-named placo. From Honio
m| uu to Grenadines, [Tho printer will plcaso not
print Grenadiers,] from calicos and longeloths to
Mozamblques and crapo d' Eepango, every style of
dry goods la offorod at this Exhibition at greatly
reduced prices. Also white and rod chock matting
on tho eamo accommodating terms. Tho Exposi
tion is worth a visit. .
Matoii's Coubt, May 15. A vrbito youth, who
had assaultod a ' colored man without causo, was
Ella Bnydor and Isabella Dolmont, two colored
dames, who bod had a difilaulty about tho fash
ions, cr somo othor matter that oxoitos tho fomalo
character, woro brought up for fighting in tho
slroot, and amuslnrr an audlonco without license,
and wore fined 1"> each.
John Singleton and William Gibbon, two little
colored boys, who had quarreled oxtremoly about
an India rubbor ball, and had determined "to do
or die" by a resort to brickbats, woro arrcatod,
just as thoy woto loading their arms in preparation
or tho conflict, and fined each $5, which had such
an effect upon thorn as to bring an apology from
both, and It Ib bopod will mako them friends for
Six back drivers, wbo bad not tho rates of ehargo
hanging in their carriages, as directed by Ordi
uanco, wcro fined 91 oaob, and ordered to conform
to the law, which will bo very pleasing to tho
riding publie, who havo for somo time past boon
dissatisfied with the trilling charges made.
Cotbt or CoMifON Pleas Hon. It. Mukbo, pro
siding. The Town Issuo dookot Was callod, and
though no cases woro tried a largo nombor of ver
dicts wero taken by c onsout. By far tho majority
of tho casos wero onjolnnd undor Order No. 10 of
General Bitki es and tho vordiota rondered woro of
no public internet.
United States Dibtbiot Ooobt. Tho Qrand
I Jury, who wero obargod with j the case of tho
United States vs. Babkbt MoBbide, of Columbia,
for passing counterfoil United Btatos ourronoy,
returned the indlctmont with-tho finding of true
Tho potition of B. I'auley Babbon, Esq., to be
ndmittod to praotico in tho Circuit Court of tho
United States in South Carolina, was road by Hot
nv Seahbook, Esq., and on his motion tho petition
er was admitted and commissioned.
It. 8. Dubtea, Esq., presented tho petition of
Jons N. KoBHA&nEHB for citizenship, and the pe
titioner admitted to all tho rights and privil ges.
Maooxio Jewels. Tho Maeonlo fraternity woro
nm.mg tho num ro as Bufferors by tho late war. and
in many instances their regalia and Jowols were
captured or dostroyod by tbo enemy. Daring tbo
, aiogo of Charleston tbo property of many of tho
cily Lodges wao romovod to Columbia, for groator
security, bnt it cither fell a proy to SxTEnatAH's
Dumtnors or was destroyed at tho burning of thai
1 city. Landmark Lodgo, No. 7C, was a sufferer
from these cause , losing their rega ia, Jowols and
tools. At the oloso of tho war tho fow surviving
members endeavored to collect thoir companions
and to rebuild the Lodge. This has boon done, but
tho reg lia, jowcls and other implements of the
craft had to bo replaced, and it was decided to
havo them m ado in Charleston. It was ascertained
that tbo work could bo performed as well and as
cheap hero as in the Northern cities.
Wo had tho pleasuro yesterday of oxaminlng tho
now regalia and thoir appurtenances, andean aafe
I ly Bay that thoy are in every respoot equal to those
modo elsewhere. Tbo Jewels wore ma le by Mr.
Joseph Book, and the engraving and decorating
by Mr. Wat. Fiscnxn. They are of pure ailvor,
and aro elaborately worked and ornamented. The
other artioles aro in keeping with the Jewels, and
the regalia and tools are worthy of tbo Lodge,
, winch though young, has an abnndanco of lifo and
I energy among its mombots, [jjj
Tho work on tbo jewels and tools is oxtremoly
noat and ornamental, and reflects great credit
upon both Mr,, Book and Mr. Fisonxh. Wo un
: der land that tho articles will be "soon placed on
exhibition at Mossrs. Wbtldeh Sc. Co.'a Jewelry
storo, whore tho curious in these matters will bo
I ablo to inspect them more cloeoly.
Mabook or the Ciiabxjsstow Fine Co tant.
On Tuesday lost tbo Charleston Fire Company'
knowing that " Morrio May " was the month for
out door sports and communinga with nature,
took the Mount Pleasant Ferry Boat by storm, and
accompanied by a band of musia, woro carried to
that village, whore preparations had been made to
I spend tho day. Ttrnckcn'u TJafi at the bead of the
j long wharf, was impressed for tho occasion and
tho gallant firemen with their invited guests and
a number of ladles, wore soon engaged in the
pleasures of tho merry dance. The morning horns
I passed quickly away, aa the amusomenta wen
I varied and the whole party wero evidently deter
mined to enjoy themselves.
A luncheon served to divide tho morning pleas
antly, and when tho Caterer . announood din
ner, it waa unanimously conceded that Mount
Pleasant should no longer bo callod Hungry Neck,
and the name was rated obsclete. Tho rain storm
which came up at this tlmo, though it kept the
potty in doors, cooled th atmosph re and laid the
dust, and when tho ,skies had resumed their
serenity, Tishossn's was lik a banqttot ball do
sorted, for tbo guests gladly availed themselves ol
the opportunity to stroll in the woods along the
bluff, and in the village, while some of the ladies
wore invited to tako seats in the largo swings on
the ground, and wore sent to dizzy heights by the
strong arms of their firemen boanx.
The Company had ohoaen Mount Pleasant foi
thoir company ground, knowing, from oxperionoe,
that there would bo no look of enjoyment, and the
result proved the correctness of their oholoo; foi
tho party did not return to the oltj until the las I
boat, and then with tbc firm oonvictlon that the]
hod epont aploaaint day.
A now and Important remedy for married ladles.
Circulars oan be obtained and tho artiolo supplied
upon application to tho wholesale agents.
IUI WIE A MOIBE,
Southern Drug Uonao, Mo. 151 Mooting streot.
April 11 thstnSmoB
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
per, &c; or, Milleim' Almanac;
If you want Printing oxocnted neatly;
If you want Books bound in any stylo, or Aooouni
Books mado to ordsr, with any deairod pattern o
ruling, go to Hryuu IIahuis. No. 60 Broad street
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOBK DOKB AT TBK DAIL1
NEWS OFFICE. . ,
Anetlon Batlea Tbl Day.
X, M. Oateb will sell this day at J, past 9 o'clock,
Brown's wharf, butter, shoulders. Ao.
John o. Mii.nob It Co. will seU this day, at 10o'clock
at their auction salesroom, No. 183 Meeting street, largi
took of summer clothing, Ac
JsxTonni <t Co, will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, it
front of ibeir store. No. 80 Vi nd'uu Hinge, sldst
shoulders and butter.
MruJOaJi k Bob will soli this day, at 10 o'clock
ca'lco.ginghams, obooks, homeepOn, Ac
E'lLX* DaaXX will seU this day, at 10 o'clock, it hi
store, comer of King and Liberty streets, English etrt"
good), dry goods, Luslory, ko., ' j * , . ..
7'he Poor I, Wtlo H alTcrer will fie Iiumedl
at ly relie red by using MHS. WIN BLOW'S hOOTIILVC
BTHDP for children teething, f It soften* the gums, rt
dU'jev tnflsmmstloa, curaa wind oatto, aBays *U pain, am
give* ' the Child quiet, natural sleep, from which I
awakas Invigorated and rofreshou Ferfecdy safe In j
cases, as mBlloni of mother* can testify.
Be rare tna call fur .' .'!
"MUS. winslow'S BOOTH1NQ &TBUP,"
Having the fan ffafj* of " Conrn k Panxntr' on th
outside wrapper. All others arc base Imitations. 'f/J_, 1
Forsaleby, , , "."
Dowa; . moi os.
No. 151 Mating street, oppodto In* Chia-Leston Hotel
**P A KoT.ity. i V
Th* latest and most effectnal mbl, for the tire c
debility. Ices of appetite, headache, torpor of th* live
etc, U Panik in-a HEFATIO nrTTsna. For sal* b
VOLUME IV.NO. 539.
?Scoy^ffLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1867.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
VOLUME IV.NO. 539.
?Scoy^ffLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1867.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
_A UCT ION SA L E S y>
/.-cryc SocU Summn Civ'.hU'. from a New York j
Hanse, on n ft eiht,
IIY .h)ii\ <J. MILM'U Ac CO.
THIS l'A Y. tlio Ifitli lunt.. at 111 o'clock, will Ixt sold
st our Auction Ka.oaroom. No. I 0 Meeting street.
A LARGE BTOCX or HUMUI K Ol.UTill 'O. FllOM
a new YoiiK house,
coNBiiTiiio, im l A KT. or :
SPANISH LINEN, Stay. Plantet* ami French Prill
sacks. Cottonsde Sack . Check Marnci'lcs -tots. Kancy
Tweed and Itlaack Italian Cloth Sack-, Cottouadr, Cainbict
and Tweed Pants, Plain l liteii, Check and Kaucy Cast),
incro Pauls, MiiruoUltM Vests.
An Involco FINE FELT AND WOOL HATS, Straw and
CoudlUouH Under 100 cub : over 100 approved clly
acco inner n at two inouthn, wit] Vsjtk In en- u ridded
English Straw Goods, l>nj Goods, Hosiery. Clolh
i '/, etc.
ii v "ii i.i' 1)11 Mtl..
THIS MORNING, nt lOo'ctock, I Mill aol) at my Store,
comer of King and Liberty Hlrcrt*.
rt m MusQtnro . etino. douimnbt lack,
Brilliant, (irennillno, Hcrcgc, Mozambique, Popiluot,
Umwn und While Linen, Dciil'is, I'np r t'aaiurlc, Check
Nsln*ook auil KwInh Muslins, Cottonnilc, J -a", A'c.
Dozens GnuznShirt'and Draw. rs.ScU CiifT and i olinrs,
Ladles'and -it-nt's assorted Hosiery, 1 In TiiimmI, low.
ein. .clla. I.laen Ciinbricami Hom-Stltch Handkerchief',
Spool Tlireitd, I'uttr.us, Ac, Linen nud Alpaca Huidnrss j
Coil?. Fsnta aud Vesta.
On account of all concerned,
MS WHIT . BLACK and FANCY ENGLISn STRAW
BONN E I S, taust style.
On FRIDAY, tho 17(b. I wIP seU AO ensos Hoot* and
Shoes. Partlculiis on day of sale.
T e nu m raah. May 10
Auctions for Horses, Vchf.tcs and Furniture.
EVERY WEDNESDAY ind nil KAY, at n quarter past
10 o'clock, at oritrluaHr oitnhllshod by iho un.eribcru.
Furnlturo sale* at Prirato ltcsldeucos prumptly attend
od to st low charges.
SMITH f McOlLLTVHAY.
Anotionoers, No. 37 Broad siroet,
April 11 3rno_ South Side near Stole.
l ANNKTT HCIICII.
Auctioneer and Commission itlerrlin.n1, ul
No. H'J ICInp; street, licloir Iliontl sticet,
OOera his servloe for the sslo ot MERCHANDISE l
lay aud night at bis store, also forllic aalnof Sloe!..
Bonds, Hi il Estate, Vessels. Homos und Produce, eal
eity reforencca will bn given. Contgnmeato boUcL m .
Tonna moderato and guarantor* lallaiactinu.
April 33 Irao
"Ifl SCTu NE iJS '
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to with promptuoss aud dispatch, aud at
MODERATE obabob8, BY
SMITH ifc nicQILLTVRAY,
April 11_ Auctioneers, No. 37 Broad sbrect.
P. BON FORT.
HUDSON, near KINO STItHET, rear of CITAVKL.
I7UBM HANDS, COOKS, WASHERS, HOUSE 8ER
. va TS, 4c, wanted Immediately.
SUM MER VIL LE, S.C.
P. V. BRANDT, Pr >prictor.
SUMMERVfLLE 19 REG i.UMENDED TO INVALIDS,
aud other* seeking a salii-rlous and dvU^li'tul
I c linsto. lilKtnuco 11 um Cbarhsto;, 31 mill's ou tho ouu h
I Carolina Rallro d.
I rains leave Charleston st 8 A. m. and 1:10 P. m., and
reluming leavo buunuurvllle 7:10 a. m. and 3:30 P. i.
May t _atulhO
HOTELS 1N_NEW YORK.
DE LANEAU HOUSE.
BETWEEN mil and Oth AVENUES,
rnoirxiHO nESEavom pauk.
AROE and ELEGANT SUITS OF BOOMS FOB
I i fnrallloa des ring accommodations In New York,
transiently or permanently. This i- one ot the most
airy aod delightful loiauunn In tko city. T-tble d'holo or
pnvale. A. M. i eLEVALeTTE.
iM AND 4 h AVENUE.
PARTIES VISnTHO NEW YORE, WILL SIND AT
Una new and dodrablo Hauae, the mosi airy aud
cumfortublu aoconimodaLouM tor num.let loc-ittog per
maneutl. or transiently, at liberal r ites. Meals i-crvcd
i la European or bVilo d'hote. J. a. nODlNSON.
May 3 lmo Proprietor.
FOR THE MILLION ! !
IWILL SEND. POST-PAID. 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tho most celebrated Actor*, for 60 co'.its; 60 Actresses
for 60 cents; 60 Union Oonurata for So cents; CO Rebel
Generals for 60 cents; 60 Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 beau
tiful young Ladles lor 60 cents; 60 fine-looking you.ig
Gentlemen for 6u cents; 0 lacgo Photogr.iphn ot Frouch
Dancing Girls, In costume, beautiful!} colored, exactly aa
tbey appear, lor 60 cents; or for 60 cents, 6 ol tho most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballot Troupe, ai they
anpeir m tho play of the Blaok Crook, at NIblo'a Garden,
Scud all ordere to P. O. Box 177, Troy, N. Y.
a word to toe wise.
"f TfE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING SECURED THE
V V AGENCY f.r the State* ol South Carolina, Of or
g Li, Alabama and Florida, for tho sale of tho celebrated
English Metallic Booting Point,
; toko pleasure la announcing to the citizens or Charles
ton, that wa are proparcd to REPAIR AND PAHI new
or old COPPER TIN, ZINC OR 11:0:, ROOFS, in a sub
This Paint will protect McUlllc Itoofs (r. m corrosion,
and we WAUA.ST g B WORK PO.. SIX YEARS.
Ax wo wlU remain lu thla city but a snort tlmr-, wo
would urge those desiring to avili the benefit of our
work to send In their orders as early as possible.
Our Mr. JuHNS >N will csiivses tho city for the pur
pose of so lia ling orders and effecting contracts.
Orders left with GEORGE W. WILLIAMS At Co., to
whom wo refer for pejdculars respecting the merits ol
our Paint, or at tho Pavilion Hotel, wlU receive prompt
JOHNSON & F0YLES.
May 18 13*
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS
PENSE this agreeable and health fol baveragu, al
Iholr well-known atanda, No. 80 BASEL STREET, be
tween King arid Meobng streota, No. 4.38)4 KING til REET
'Old Piquet G ard House), and st tho boad of OENTER
MARKET, northwest corner.
DioggisU and others wishing to be supplied vith
Fountains or Syrupa, and deelurs desiring Fountolui
charged, will be accommodated upon reasonable
steamers, Hotela, Restaurants and privato families,
furnished with a superior article of bottled Boda, in qmn
[ titles to suit purchaser*.
Wo aro agents tor the aale of A J. Mane A 8on'7}nstlv
celebrated Boda Water Apparatus, consisting ol Genera
tor , Founiaaxus, Alsrblo Draught Stande, Silver FLito.1
Refrigerating Draught Meads, Tumbler Holdere, and all
apparatus necessary for the manniaulur - ol .--ode Water,
at the manufacturera' prices, with ireight added.
Dealer* In Soda Water throughont tho State, desiring
an apparato>, will do woU to examina tho merits ol
Morse's Apparatus, before purchasing olesewhere.
DeacripUon ataioguo sud prlcodst sent to sny address
upon application to JOHN UUCK at CO,, Charleston.
While appreolstiug the vory liberal patronage extended
to us during tho past season, wo. hall strive to merit Ils
E. H. GARDNER.
Aprfl 11 2mo
(CHILLS & FEVER
WE HAVE U. ED GALUGUAN'd PILLS, ANC
Und thoy will do all Hut Is claimed for ihcm, and
cheerfully rcer mmeod Ihem to pub lo Uvor.
T. H. WATIU Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANFQHD. AU';.- nen'1 of Alabama.
BOUT. DOUOHEHTY, Jit ^e Supreme Court, Ala.
From Thomas J. Jonox, Judse supreme Court.
I havo uaod O A LLLtll AN "d VUJtM on mypla titloo,
or Fever and Ague, aud find Ihem all that is datmod
for them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montg.mery, Ala., Septembe) 1868.
Lowm nCotnmr, .'.labaras.
OALLIGHAH'S FEVER AND >'.uU PILLS will do.
rhey a o dectdoJiy the best racdMno for chills end Fe
ver I ever gave. 1 would not be without them for five
runes tho price. J. A. GRAHAM.
Amaico*. April 17, 1807.
One box of GALLIGHAN'B PILLS oared rue perfectly
of Chilis and Fever. Tbey aro the best m diclne for
Chills and Fever I ever saw. A. O. BONA LD30N,
Clerk Superior Court, Sum t- r County, Go^
Moxtoomxbv, Au., July 0.1800.
Messrs. BLUNT At HALt-. Gcnt*: I bavo used >our
OALLlOUAN'S PELLS on two oocasions for Chill* and
Fever, and find that they effect all that they are intend
ed to do. Tbey aro tho best remedy for the disease thai
I have ever tried. I consider them perrocily reliable.
Besp*vta*ully, DAN'L SAY HE,
Grand 8eo. Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. of Alabama.
AUAirr, Gl., March 11, 1807.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S FILLS in forty case* ol
Chills and Fever, with perfect success. Tbey are the
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A & FAUT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WINEM aN & CO.,
No. 183 Me: ting street.
And by all Druggist*.
BLOUNT V HALE,
May U_top _Montgomery, Ala.
IB AN EX LLKNT ADVKBTIblNQ MEDIUM. LET
Merelisnto and bualneM mm try It for a fair monllia.
' No nak no gain." band on your tarda and to crease
rour trada this fail. Tbars'a nothing to equal l'xizuar'j
Ink It ha* mad* many a forum*, i
Terms tor the pape. ~ W per annum, lo advanco.
Advertisements tnaerted st the rats of 81 per scronre ol
twelve lines or leas Tor each insertion.
Cards of ten line* or lc*a,*tUui rate of 10 for three
months. \ 1
' Centn <to by the year or for tri t month*, allowing prlr
liege of changing, cu MOM tavomtio tenna. Addrtaal '
w_ t & KDwARn A. BR0N8ON, "
NoYiTObcrl , PuUisa ; anacrcprtuiwt
fintier HktmUer , to.
H Y T. M CVrKU.
WIM bo "old, oil Brown's Wharl.TUM DAY, at threo
quarters 11 >t u o'clock,
200 firkins nud tubs llUlTClt. In (lore sud landing
l'.OO Bacon Shoulders
I -1 I fid I loads.
Conditions cash. May 111
St'tcs S'mnt-lrrs nm| Hu'ter.
JEFF'HtO.I & CO.
Will sell, T1118 DAY. lu fron' of l'i drs-oro, Ho. 0 Veu
duo liane st 10 o'clock,
Ohhd . CLKAlt SIIll.->
I hi. . t"o r Hiblicd M les
H bhds. Sboiild- rs
60 tubs ond kegs Choice flutter._May 10
~~ MilaisiOAN V RON
Will sell Till > DAY. ictb ln 'aut, at in o'clock,
M ces OAMCO. OlMM tt, Chicks, Homespun, Psnt
S ulT. Ticking*, Unou Pants end Costs, Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery. N lions, tc.
Sundry articles Furm'. rc. _May 10
UatDBII DKCUES IK EO.UITV.
Omtpfon us. / ' "tc'i if- Force.
OnTUl'-SUAY. I he Vint Ma mi*, st 11 o'clock, will be
soM st Iba oVl Cuttofn Uuu*u, under the direction of
liie tindordqnr 1.
AM. THAI ;.l)T O " I ':,D. With tho BRICK GTOIIK
Insu.eiluote on lira "Mill .lilt of Hv no street, csllsd
III the I'urtil'.o.i a- on.- the late uroprl >rs, members of
the City laiul company, >.>. I : dctlimsird In Tayne's
1stofsaid t'ii.ii. .. VwmI N . ai, ui-a urlu-i. acoord
lug la said pial 'Hi fuel, more or loss, on Uayno sireet,
the anno on the SOQth line, aud 1-idoplh III feel 2 Inebas;
bon 'lo north ms Hayna street, south ou lots No . Bi
sud M), c.e t on a parly wall s para'iruf It trotu 1 it No. S ,
anil nest ou a p-nyvvall s"paratluu It from lot No. 33;
which said Son o is now known by tho No. IV.
Tenus ' ur-foiirth eaalil bnlmee od s credit of one,
two .mil tbreo years, wltli Interest from the Cay of sals,
paysble scmi-annually, secured by the bond of tho pur
chaser slid morlragoof tho premises; tho building to na
insured snd kept Insured, nud the policy ssaKnod. Pur
chaser lo pay for papers. J. W. ORAY,
May 1 lbll tul _Mauler In Equity.
t'\T Kil UKf'HEE IN euc1ty.
.S'nolii.'js II. nml Association, at. Ewtght.
Will be sold, under tho dlrectlou ot the underpinned, at
tho obi Custom Hou o on THUR'-DAY. tho 33d day of
Mav 1807. at 11 o'clock A. M.,
ATX i HAT LOT Of I.\ND. with tho house and out
btl Idinits thereon, being Hie second homo from the oor
unr of Line stn-ot, and on Mm west side of St. PblUp
street continued, mea 'irieg and contdnlng on tho east
lino on -I. 1'hlllp slro-t. ond els ion tho weit Uuo thlr
ly.flre 351 fc'. and In do-ith on tho outil and north
lines olghty-flv f 6| feet eicb. Ilutlina and bounding
ensl ou HI. Pbl'lp ntrecL aoalli nu laud ol Dent. Hoi.
lines, uorlh on lands of Ilcuben Oeorgo, and west on
lauds ol John Chs'.lon.
Terms. On-'-thrld ca h; balince In ono and two
vcars. s civ cd h>" bond and raort ta of the purchaser,
with Interest irora day of salo, psyabt wm.'.-*nnuany.
Purchaser lo pay for papers.
May 2 tht Msster ba Equity.
A3 R! CULTU R AL.
MTRO&EN ZED SUPER PHOSPHATE
rpUE KtmSCrllDERS A RE NOW PREPARED TO FDR
_l NM a limit'd q nantit- ol tills popnI -r STAN D ARD
f nPI.lZ.lt or up drcsriug. I>. ny l o u;cd before or
f<er t"io i IviIutj of the cr i,\ ,nr "7 "ma ' a| piled as a
lop Jro eta r. Il camio; ;o ; t>" ut n-i.-iiio-i. us no ool
Its e tuSj il nus ara vils lia, ' I may Im applied at l*-h
hoet .g oi c'o lou, cud la dial II'. mrrng IMcultiT.tlou
ol Corn. 1 olato s au.l oth r c o;i>. Who i crops have
boon pr t lou-ly mauurn 1 In the usual way, snd found
ta b j of slu.'gish growth. It may be augmented by the usa
of tuls mauun-. To the Hortkultur.st ills invaluable,
as It ma; bo applied to fruit trees at say season of tho
year, bold by
KINSMAN & H0WELL,
SOLE AO EN I fl FOS SOUTH CAROLINA,
May 1 stu.hltno _No. 163 East Day.
THE STANDARD FERTILIZED.
THIS ARTICLE HAS r EEN THOROUGHLY; THIRD
bi tho South, for the last nino years.
It permanently enriches tho land, snd still pay three
hundred per cent, profil u;on luvo.tmeuui ths first
This Fertilizer will do as well If placed on lop of the
grouud after tnc crop Is up.
an offo-iu.l preventive to mat In Cotton. Hato used
It nine years.
Dooi.t Comm. Otoneu, I
January'.', IBeT. J
To J. H. Zeictn A Co. Maoon, Ga.:
I havo been conversing w.th several of my acqnatnt
sn cs on the sn ije :t of S per Phosphates aa a fcrduzer;
taoy are anxious to gel eomtt. ing tust will prevent rust
tu Cotton, i h it is h quality i can vouch for In Cross
data's bupcr Fbosphst.; that It effoueaall pravouted rust
hi my Cotton thr.ughtho c.iolo Cui I - aveu ad It,
wh cia has bco niuuyea.a I Ihlhk uow I shall use
about alz tons myself t ut of tho twlvc or-ired.
Very rea^cutiuby yours.
JAOOB F UDOS.
No. 102 EAST DAY. CHARLESTOV.
Sole Agent for the Statu of South
SH'P CH ..IDIERV, ETC.
BOAT DETAGULNG 1PP1MTIIS.
BROWN 4 Wm PATENT.
APPROVED DY THE UNITED STATES QOVEBN
MENi' und Supervising Inspectors of Steamers, at
the late trial of lue ulnereut PATENTS lu New York har
bor, with all nxtures complets. Pries, 840 rath.
Tho best and most ooonomical of all tho Patents now
1000 yard.1 8 oa. COTTON RAYENS for Awnings
and Coat sails.
7000 yards Druid Mills Cotton Duck, Nos. 1. 2, 8, a, 6,
Can i 7 at New York prices.
300 cobs Kentucky Baling Dope for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cardaga.
For sale by
April 28 Inn No. 48 FAS BAY.
The Kepoits of South Carolina
THE STATUTES AT LARGE,
AT HALF PRICE AT IIAHT'S
April 22_' Book B tore.
(JLOSINU UP at a great Sac
"doun's lidrary at fifty cents \ voltjalh.
J > Engineering and Architectural Works.
Agricultural und Oardsntog Works.
Cooking and Sporting Works.
All tho a'oove works at half prtoe,at
Maya_B. HARTS, Book State.
going OFF at HALF prick!
S f\f\ MORAL AND R..LIOI0i:S BOOKS, lOcsnta
fJv/V/ Mo^.ouui :iyiu . ..aa^s, ii coats
1... t'h. UVLl- t-OJU, '.S to 70 C-'UtS
60 < .MoniI sud i,cli|,louk Uv-iVf, .6 cents
100 southern Uuriuo.iy, 7. .tu-i
Catholio . rench aud Spanish l'r.vycro. 60 oents
Epl. copal Prayirs, 60 ceuia lo tl.CO
100 t he Charloslou Hook, 60 cents
'ieataincnts, lu f reach or English, 6 oents to 81
Pocket Uibles, CO cunts to 81
Weosicr's bpeUing Books, 10cents.
Call at HARTS "BOOK BTORH."
Anatomical Chart , French and
ABE GOING off at half pbi0b at HARTfl
EookBtore._ - April M
ft Ui.lt: MUTICE.
OFFICE OF CITY TBE18UBY, l
PBDUO NOTICE 19 HEREBY OlY^s^' ^BB
U.6 followma Ordlnauoo licenses have boon nrenannl
lor delivery irou lids OUloe. b. TUuMaJT^
Sao. I. Re it Onlanud 6, lAs Mayor arm A^uSm I m
,iti Council attf 0l*l. Ins: from aud after me first day
of January, Uceuses shall bs taken out for all carts draro
and wagons, used lor private aud donics c ptiruoeea. in
ths same manner, and accord lug to the aamo provisions
now oi rorco lu relation to rar is, drays ana wagons, 1st or
iriveo lor Idro, exe pt glsiug bonds, And oaoh such
curt, dray or wagon, auaU bo provided with s badse con
Uaining tho number lhereof, said marked iWoaU. to be
placed on the outside of tbo shaft.
Sec. 2. No person shall be taken by ths Treasurer as
surely to any bond under tho Ordinance concerning 11
uensos for carts, drays, wsgous and other oar name,nn.
less he or she tie a f-edholder.
SCO. 8. Tho follow'ng shall briroaflrr bs ths raias for
licenses for publia and private cal ta, dt ys, wagons, to,
lodudlng tbo horsss or mules used thereof, rtmoh shall
be free from other taxation I
roBUo oAsra, dsats, srra, oa thojb xia-Lora n i
E tiMrxs wuATXVcn, rois iota dlAxot on reoiJaavor
For every cart, dray or wagtu, drawn by one hersa'es
mole, s20, . . TTTTt
*,or T iT oatt d1*' or " 00. <Wwn by two horsca
mules, V30. t.vt "^ =s
For every hack and carrlags with Ivo wbaala. tan
For ovary back and carriage wlii /our wheels US.
drTwn nTse"^'01^ tMC^ X*
For every trutk .Irawu o. - two or tore herses or mules,
Bajun oasti *in> vsxvAxa oijrrs, mats, era
For every brc*d cart or sfagon, X
For erary cart, <lray or wston, used for private or tV>
me Ua prarrooss, sj,a not. to* bo fanialoyedm^ an
reruns of goods, Wiaus, moi-clurioja . Itimosr. or anr
ot :er couiiuodlly, fo.- ctitamau^sltoa. rtlhar darawtl*
Indirectly for the .era*, ab^jipay foTl dcons th. * a of
i , exdusivs oi the U-ane or ttvola. , ^
Hallfiod lu CJijr Council, uJj I81b day of Jsnuary
(us.] la tho year of ourL^c^ iousand alght holA
dro-i an d a 1 x ty. slat. ' | , e / 1 ^
Jaauxry W, Ii, iflCTH, CSstJj of Owa B,