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SATURDAY MORNING, MAY~?8, 1867:
JOB WOBE-We havo now completed our office
60 as to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOBK, aud wo most re?
spectfully ask the patronage of our friends.
Post Office Notice.
POST OFFICE, j
CHARLESTON, S. C., May ti, 1867. J
Hereafter, until furthei notice, the Northeastern
Maila will close at 1.15 P. M., and arriving at thc
Depot at 9.45 A. M. will bc roadv for delivery at ll
o'clock. On Sundays tho Post Office will open at
12.30 P. M. for one hour.
The ?Jails for South Carolina Bailroad will con?
tinue to cl033 daily at C o'clock A. M., and for the
Savannah and Charleston Bailroad at G A. M. on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
STANLEY G." TROTT, P. M.
MUBIO ON THE BATTERY.-The sploudid Band of |
the 6th R?giment, Mr. THOS. WELDON, leader, will,
in accordance with their usual custom, perform on
the Battery this afc cr noon, when the following
pieces will be played:
L March, Albion.
2. Overture, Fra Diavolo.
3. Neujabrsgrusa Polonais.
4- Overture, Preis.
5, Gallop, Trab, Trab.
0. Arie, Roberto.
T. Quickstep, Medley.
SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES,
edited hy Dre. D. WARREN BEIOKELL, C. BEARD,
W. J. MITCHELL, and JOSEPE HCLT, New Orleans,
This is the first number of this very interesting
scientific journal, sent us by the publishers, and
we have perused it with great satisfaction. It is
in all respects equal to tho best of tho Northern
publications in this line. The first article by our
late^townsman Dr. J. DICKSON BRUNS, on "Vivisec?
tion,'* exhibits the versatility of that writer, with
fte easy (j^ce-and brilliant diction, so character
ietio of all .his productions. Hi? is the touch of |
MIDAS. There are thirteen other original articles
In this number of the journal, besides Foreigp
Correspondence, Translations, Chronicle of Medi?
cal Science, Editorials, and Reviews of Books and
DEATH TO CORNS.-Those persons who have
ever suffered from too large a crop of corns will be
pleased to learn that Dr. OEOBQE B. WILSON, the
celebrated chiropodist, is now in the city, and
prepared, to make extracts from tho afflicted pe?
dals. Dr. WILSON has been travelling through the
South, and has won golden opinions from those
whom he has visited and operated upon. His cer?
tificates ar? of the lEost satisfactory nature, and
his treatment has always proved successful. The
Doctor ia stopping at the Pavilion Hotel, where
fee, will he happy to receive patients, or if desired,
fchoy can be waited on at their residence As Dr.
WILSON'a stay is limited, all persons who desire to
obtain relief from tro ubi esomc feet should call at
A THOROUGH commercial education is, perhaps,
more needed at the present time than it ever was,
and the dullness always prevailing during the
summer months, offers admlrablo inducements to
young men to commence the study of book-keep?
ing and mathematics. By engaging in these
studies at the present time, a knowledge of the
tontine of business will be obtained that will bo of
.. infinite value during life, and which alone onsuros
. promotion. A few months given to the study of
accounts, in their various phases, will bo time
well spent, and, in after years, tho knowledgo ob
? tftjnad. will be of infinite val?o.
?Q obtain this knowledge, it is necessary to have
the services of an experienced instructor or it mil
be time misspent. As many persons anticipate
renewing their acquaintance with figures, we tako
pleasure in referring thom to tho card of Mr. J.
BREVE GIBBES; accountant, at tho Charleston Li?
brary Budding. Mr. GIBBES is prepared t i give
instruction both morning and evening, and por
BOUS wishing to acquaint themselves with the
study, should form classes and attend at stated
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES are rapidly
reverting to that puerility and worthlessness which
characterized them during last winter, before tho
. many remonstrances were made, which almost
culminated in the formation of a Southern Asso
.5.. ? *
? ?-oration. Almost daily we receive dispatches un
' important in character, of no public interest, re?
cording facts we should nevor think of publishing
from our exchanges. ? mordor in Wisconsin, a
divorce in Iowa, or the burning of a small lavern in
the north, of Minnesota. Such, and others still
nore worthless, are the events we are called upon
Rightly to report; while events of real magnitude,
Important news, is not unfrequently entirely ig?
nored. Thus we have had scarcely any dispatches
of the p&i tic ulara of the recout European Peace
Conference, and its effect in tho several great com?
mercial centres of Europe.
The recent riot in Mobile is an instance of this
" blundering. We were tedd that th oro was a riot,
"Md that men, black and white, were killed; bat of
the cause, aud the nature of the disturbance, we
beard nothing, neither in the first, nor the second
dispatch on the subject.
Another grievance we havo to complain of, in
connection with this matter, is that our Mobile
and New Orleans dispatches usually do not reach
va till next day.
AB OUT readers may be unable to understand
V?by dispatches from Constantinople and from
fian Francisco should reach us in a few hours, and
those from Mobile not until next day-and as we
- ourselves are unable to furnish tho necessary ex?
planation, we hope- some of the telegraphers will
Lelp us to solve this mystery.
REMOVAL.-Although "variety is the spice of
Ufe,'* it requires considerable courage to abolish
old established roles, and land marks, and the
mind reverts to past associations with an uncon?
trollable longing. It was this feeling that caused
io many of our merchants at the close of the war
to reopen in their old stands, and these aro now
occupied in nearly every instance by the same ten?
ants. It is true that the war caused many
changes, but it was found that old associations
could not be changed, and the samo landmarks
are in existence now as before that eventful' era.
Broad Street suffered probably loss than any
other as it was ocupied chiefly by Brokers and
Lawyers, but some of the buddings have seen al?
most a score of occupants.
The old establishment of Messrs. WALKER &
EVANS was first used as a commissary storo house,
and subsequently as an Express Office, but tho
former reputation of the stand induced Mr. JO?
SEPH WALKER to remove from thc corner of Mar?
ket and Meeting, and open his stationery and book
department on the lower floor. Tho reputation
already established by the firms of WALKER &
EVANS and EVANS & COQSWELL, are a sufficient
guarantee to Mr. WALKER that the momories of
the past will aid in making an equally prosperous
future, and the Broad street stand bo what it was
in the palmy days of yoro. At present merely tho
stationery and furnishing department has been
removed to Broad street, thu printing office remain?
ing at the old stand, but this arrangement is, wo
pres?me, merely temporary, as thc Broad street
building is so admirably adapted for the purposes
intended that it would bo difficult to Uud a moro
suitable location. We congrat?late Mr. WALKER
on his move, and wish that with his improve.i fa?
cilities his business may become what it was in
the prosperous past.
PRESS-PBANDIAL.-Our brethren of the Richmond
Press on Monday night last treated themselves
and their numerous guests to a grand banquet?t
the Exchange Hotel. Truu to their "irregular
habits," these editors did not sit down to their
supper till ll o'clock, P. M.. au hour when all good
Christians are fast asleep in their beds. Ocr
brethren had a jolly time of it, it wo may judge
by the reports brought us in our Richmond ox
The Hon. HORACE [GREELEY, editor of the New
York Tribune, presided at tho head of tho table,
whde on his right and left sat representatives of
the ZYmesand Examiner newspapers of Richmond
There were present at ?tho entertainment the fol?
lowing named gentlemen :
Horace Greeley, Now York Tribune; Ben. Porlcy
Poore, Boston Journal; J. M. Fitch, Boston Post;
?. p. Brooks, New Orleans Republican; L. A. Go
bright, Washington Agent Associated Proas; Mr.
McConnell, New York Tribune; dr, O'Connell, New
York Herald; Mr. McFarland, W ellington Chron?
icle; W. H. Carrington, Philadelphia Inquirer;
George Alfred Townsend, New York Tribune; Ed?
ward Crapsey, New York Times; L. Q. Washing?
ton, correspondent Loudon Spectator; George
Shea, counsel for Mr. Davis during the late trial.
There were also representatives of tho several
Richmond newspaper offices.
Mr. GREELEY replied to the first sentiment: "Tho
reunited North and South," in a, speech doing foll
pr?dit to the goodness of his heart, and his hon?
esty of purpose. Mr. GREELEY, by-the-by, has
fong since abjured the vegetarian creed; has
learned to enjoy the good things of this world,
and, it ie whispered, no longer indulges in suet
copious aqueous imbibitions. In short, he hat
become a real good fellow, full of bonhommie.
Thoro were many speeches made, songs sung,
good Btories told. In one word, there waa a rare
dow cf fine spirits, such as is seldom witnessed
round a banquet board. Such reunions cannot but
contribute largely to the good work of reconstruc?
MAYOR'S COURT, May 17.-A female, who was
peaceubly tight, but only tumbung abont to the
damage of her hoop and other parts of her ap?
parel, was discharged, with a particular request to
let this be her last appearance this season.
Three white boys, who were found asleep in a
water cart, and whose clothes and skin would havo
derived considerable moro benefit if they had laid
down on the bed of a Btream, waa discharged with
Two little black boys, who had grabbed apiece
of iron from the steps of a residence, with the in?
tention of selling it, were locked up five days
COURT OF COMMON PJPEAS-HON. B. MUNRO pre?
siding.-The Court resumed the consideration of
the case of J. H. PLATE ns. the Carolina Mutual
Insurance Company. T. Y. SIMONS, E.sq., for the
plaintiflf, and Messrs. SIMONS & SIMONS for the de?
fendants. A number of witnesses were examined,
and the testimony elicited showed that, in October,
1858, Mr. PLATE kept a grocery store in Anson
street, and had his stock insured at $1000. In tho
same month he moved to Bokard street, and wished
to continuo the samo insurance. This was agreed
to by tho Company on condition that he would
keep the same amount of stock on hand. It was
found, subsequently, that he had not done this,
and a short time after the discovery his store and
house were burnt. The Insurance Company, be?
lieving that the fire was the work of an incendiary,
refused to pay the amount, and a suit was brought
by Mr. PLATE to compel them to fulfil their agree?
ments. The suit had been pending since 1858, and
had beeq continued to the present session. Able
arguments were delivered by the counsel, and
after a charge from the Judge, the jury returned
a verdict of
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT-HOD. GEO. S.
BRYAN presiding.-In the case set for trial the de?
fendant plead guilty, and the Jury were discharged
to Tuesday next, when the trial of B. MCBRIDE
for passing counterfeit fractional currency will be
On motion of C. H. SIMONTON, Esq., JNO. W.
CARLISLE, EDWIN H. BOBO, and SIMPSON BOBO, of
Spartanburg; JAMES F. IZLAB, of Orangeburg; T.
W. Aaa and C. P. TOWNSEND, of Marlboro', were
admitted to practice in the Courts of the United
States in South Carolina.
Facts aro stubborn things, and cannot be gain
sayed. Suoh is tbs case with MABSDEN'S PECTORAL
BALM. It is a fact that it has never failed to re?
lieve and cure every case of Asthma, Influenza and
Bronchial disease. To prove this statement to bo
a fact, he has requested his agents to refund the
amount in any instance where it fails to cure.
For sale by ali druggist i.
DO WIE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO., Agents.
THOSE of our readers who lack a growth of hair
upon the face, or those whose hair is falling out,
or have become bald, would do well to try "Dr.
SEVIGNE'S RESTAURATEUR CAPILLAIRE."
This preparation has been used by thousands in
this country and Europe with the most gratifying
results. Testimonials of the most flattering char?
acter havo been received from the most wealthy
und influential citizens of the country, and will be
sont freo to any ono, on application, by Messrs.
BEROER, SHUTTS & Co., Chemists, of Troy, New
York tho only agents in America for tho sale of
the samo. Read their advertisement in this pa?
A new and important remedy for married ladies.
Circulars can be obtained and tho article supplied
upon application to tho wholesale agents.
DOWIE & MOISE,
Southern DrugHouso, No. 151 Meeting street.
April ll thstu3mos
If you want cheap Blank Booka;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, ftc; or, MTLLKRS' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books mado to order, with any deairod pattern oi
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIE, NO. R9 Broad Btreet.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction Salea Tali Day.
HENEY COBLA A- Co. will sell this day, at 10K o'clock,
at Atlantic Wharf, 1000 sacks white and mixed corn.
J. A. ENSLOW k Co. wul seU this day, at 9K o'clock,
before their store. No. 141 East Bay, 616 Backs white
Many persons have within this slimmer experienced
the benefits to bo derived from the use of PANKNXN'B
HEPATIC BITTERS. We would recommend them to all
who stand In need of a tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. s October 6
The Poor Little Sufferer -will be Immedi?
ately re.ieved by using MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP for children teething. It softens the gums, re?
duces Inflammation, cures wind cohn, allays all pain, and
gives the child quiet, natural sleep, from which lt
awakes invigorated and refreshed. Perfectly safe in all
cases, os millions of mothers can testify.
Be sure and call for
?MRS. WLNSLOW'8 SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having the fae simile of " Cunna k PEBxnta" on the
outside wrapper. AR others are base imitations.
For sale by .
' DOWIES ?C BlOISE,
No. 161 Meeting street, opposite the Charleston Hotel
May 16 thstuS
The Time to Advertise lu the Country.
THE PHOXNIX has a large circulation throughout the
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as the stringency of the money mar?
ket will warrant Merchants aud others wishing to use
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 26 Columbia, S. C.
AU the World Over!
Th?re Bre but few spots on our globo where HOSTET
TEB'S STOMACH BITTERS aro not known: and, when
In the United States and British America it has become
a household word. As a protective against malaria, epi?
demic fevers, fever and ague, and other dis.ases pro?
duced by miasmatic influences, it stands far ahead of all
other preparations, and is so considered by the most
eminent physicians of the day.
In South and Central Amorica, Mexico and tho West
Indies it has obtained a firm hold upon the minds of the
people, and is implicitly rellod upon as a certain preven?
tive and cure for the many malarious diseases incident
to thoso tropical regions.
In Australia, Tasmania, New Zooland, and adjacent
Islands, Hs progress has boon marvolous. Merchant?,
Miners, Farmers, Manufacturers and Squatters all on
dorse it Thousands already has it savod from the per?
nicious effects of miasma arising from the low, swampy
grounds so prevalent in those countries.
In China and tho East Indies it its working its wsy
with rapid strides, and is extensively used in tho hos?
In conservative Europe, even, its influence is being
felt; and the day is not far distant when
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
will becomo in thc old world what it is now in the new
a never failing joy to the afflicted. 0 May 13
THE INFAMOUS PRACTICE OF ADULTERATING
BRANDIES having become ao common, that a genuine
article is tho oxecption, it is of vital importance to those
requiring it for Family U6e and Invalids, that it should
bc of undoubted purity and efficacy.
Wo ore pleased to notice that tho old and popular Wint
importers, BLNLNGER& CO., No. 15 Beaver street New
York, are very opportune in calling the attention of fami?
lies to their
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they say, that, "With a vinw to mating the
popular demand for a reliable Brandy iu its natural state,
free from alcoholic flavor and impuritios, and fully apprc
dating thc fact that it is often recommended by the Mcdi
cal Faculty aa a sustaining stimulant when all other re?
medies fail, wo are now bottling and selling at reasons
bio rates a Brandy of our own importation from one o:
the most responsible Houses in France, and known as
"BININGER'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This Standard Article is sold by all of the prominenl
Druggists. ?Cmo_ Feoruary 2
Free to Everybody.
A Large (> pp. Circular, giving information of th?
rrcatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches how thc homely may become beautiful, thc
despised respected, and me forsaken loved.'
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send theil
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Payohometrician, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THOBNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of tho greatest importance
to Ute single or married of either sex. While In a state
of trance, she delineates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psycbomotrope, guarantees to
produce a lifo-liko picture of the future husband or wife
of the appbeant, together with date of marriage, position
in life, loading traits of character, &c. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials caa assert. She will
send, when dosired, a certified certificate, or writteu
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
en closing a small lock of hair, and ing place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yoiuvellj you will re?
ceive tie picture and dosired information by return mail,
AU communications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence, Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 223,
Hudson, N. Y. ly March 3U
Headq'rs. Military Pout of Charleston,)
CHARLESTON, S. C., May ism, 1867. j
G EN EB Ai ORDENS, NO. 18.
L The following aro announced aa Registration Pre?
cincts of the Military Post of Charleston, comprising the
geographical Districts of Charleston, Berkeley, and Col
loton, viz. :
PARISHES OF ST. PHILIP AND ST. MICHAEL.
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
FIRST PRECINCT.-Ward No. 1-City Hall. Ward No.
SECOND PRECINCT.-Ward No. 3-1st Poll, Market;
2d Poll, Palmetto Engine House, AnBon street.
THIRD PRECINCT.-Ward No. 4-ist Poll, Engine
House, Archdale street; 2d Poll, Engine House corner
George and College streets.
FOURTH PRECINCT.-Ward No 5-Hagle Engine House,
Ward No. 6-Washington Engine House, Vandorhorst
Ward No. 7-Engine House in Columbus street?
ward No. 8-WELBY'S Wagon Yard. King street.
PARTS HES OF CHRIST OHURCH, AND ST. THOMAS
AND ST. DENNIS.
FIRST PRECINCT.-Mt. Pleasant Poll, Fifteen Mlle
House Poll, and St Thomas' Muster House Poll.
PARISH OF 8T. ANDREW'S.
SECOND PRECINCT.-Club House Poll, on the Main, and
School House Poll, James' Island.
PARISH OF 8T. JOHN'S, OOLLETON.
TUTED PRECINCT.-Club House Poll, Ed is to Island;
Rockville aud Legare villa, John's Island.
PARISH OF BT. JOHN'S, BERKELEY.
FOURTH PRECINCT.-Calamus Pond Poll ; Fultz's Old
Field Poll, and Black Oak Pod.
Fora PRECINCT.-Biggin Church Poll and Strawberry
PARISH OF 3T. JAMES', GOOSE CREEK.
SIXTH PRECINCT.-Goose Creek Poll, Tar Kiln Poll and
SEVENTH PRECINCT-Cross Roads Poll and Hickory
PARISH OF ST. STEPHENS'.
EIGHTH PRECINCT.-Pineville Poll and St Stephen's
PARISH OF ST. JAMES', SANTEE.
NINTH PRECINCT.-Muster House Poll and Datartf s
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S PARISH.
FIRST PRECINCT.-Smoko'a Cross Roads Poll ?ind
Ball's Cross Roads Poll.
SECOND PRECINCT.-Varn's Box Poll; Fork Box Poll;
Horse Pen Box PoU.
THIRD PRECINCT.-Wal tarbor O' Poll; Blas House Poll,
and Round 0. PolL
FOURTH PRECINCT.-Ashopoo Poll; Maplo Cano Poll,
and Jacksonboro Poll.
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH.
FIFTH PRECINCT.-Cattle Creek Poll: Indian Field
Muster House Poll; MlddQo Poll and Summerville
8T. PAUL'S PARISH.
SIXTH PRECINCT.-Parish House Poll; Beech House
Poll and Rantowle's PolL
II. ARV citizon desiring to serve as a member of one
Of the Boards of Registration for tho Military Post or
Charleston, may forward his application to these Head?
quarters, addressed to Lieutenant J. F. MUNSON, Glh
Infantry, Post Adjutant Certificates must accompany the
application, showing tho applicant to be a fit and proper
person to receive the appointment.
HI. The attention of applicants is called lo the follow?
ing paragraphs of General Ordor No. 18, from the Head?
quarters, Second Military District :
IV. AU persona appointed to make the said Registra?
tion of voters and to conduct said election will bc re?
quired, before entering upon then: duties, to take and
subscribe Ole oath prescribed by tho Act approved July
2d, 1862, entitled "An Act to prescribo an oath of office."
And If any person shall fais ol y take and subscribe such
oath or affirmation, auch person eo offending and being
duly convicted thereof, shall bo subject to the pains,
penalties and disabilities which, by law, aro provided for
Oie onnishmont of the crime of wilful and corrupt per
I jury. The form of the oath is herewith published, as
"I, A. B., do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I have
never voluntarily boroo arms against the United States
since I have boen a citizen thereof; that I have volunta?
rily given no aid, countenance, counsel or encourage?
ment to persons engaged In armed hostility thereto; that
I have neither sought, nor accepted, nor attempted to
exercise the functions of any office whatever under any
authority, or pretended authority, in hostility to the
United States; that I have notyielded a voluntary sup?
port to any pretended government authority, power or
constitution within tho United States, hostile or Inimical
thereto. And I do fart .er swear (or affirm) that, to tho
best of my knowledge and abiUty, I will support and da
fend the Constitution of tho United States against aU
euemies, foreign or domestic; that I will beartruo faith
and aUegiance to the same; that I take this obligation
freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of
evasion; and that I w?l well and faithfully discharge the
duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So
help me God. -
V. Members of tiie Boards of Registration will beal
lowed as compensation, four dollar- a day for each day
actually and necessarily employed in the performance of |
their duties, and ten cents a mile for etch mile travelled
on duty. Officers of the army detailed for such duty,
w?l be paid the per diem and mileage aUowed for attend?
ance on Court Martiala.
VU. It 1B essential that every Board of Registration
should be composed of persons of recognized considera?
tion and worth, fairly representing the population, and
In whose impartiality and capacity the body of voters ia
the vincinage may have just rebanee,
By order of Brevt Brig. Gen'l H. B. CLITZ.
J. F. MUNSON,
lat Lieut 6th Inlantry, Post Adjutant
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVD?G ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE Ci OT HING, suitable for Gcntlcmeu, La?
dies and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before the season advances too far, wu would espe?
cially draw Uie attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made in our prices lor the next two
or three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29 No. 17 Chalmers street.
M EXPRESS ?IM,
Office No. 147 Meeting liv t,
Every attention given to tho sale
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOE AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
II. B. PLANT, President,
April Kl Aumista. Ga.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
March 1. ly UT. )
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, wbo
have not executed their bouda and takou out the proper
cards to show that they have license to sell, wiU be re?
ported as uot complying with thc law, alter Monday, 5tb
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed m a couspieuous placo in tho window. All
tailing to observe this uotice will also bc reported, alter
the abovemuutioued time. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk of Council.
FI UK LUAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
CITY HALL, November 9, latiii. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TSE
Burnt Districts and Waste "'laces of the City, un?
der "An Act the (Jouerai Assembly, giving authority
to the City Coi 'il of Charleston to Dratted in the mat?
ter of a Fire L u, with a view to aid in buildi'? j up the
City nr.cw." arc ireby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans < ' be obtained at tho office nf the Clerk
of Council, botwe- ino hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU application- ist bc tiled in the above mentioned
office, as the Con !ttee wlU meet every Monday to con?
sider the same,
By order of the A ir. W. S. SMITH,
November 10 Olera ot Council
UPPER WARDS GUARD HOUSE, I
CHARLESTON, May 9th 18?>7. j
STOPPED FROM TWO COLORED MEN A COW,
who stated having found ber teu miles up Main
The owner is requested to call, pay expensos and take
her away. E. J. KIN G MAN,
May 9 1st Lieut. U. W. G. H. |
ESTABLISHED 1859-8 YEARS !
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
NO. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Diyidend February 1, 1867, over $600,000.
All the most desirable and popular kinds of LIFE aud ENDOWMENT
Policies issued, and every advantage appertaining to the business granted
THE CHARTER OF THE SOCIETY REQUIRES THAT ALL PROFITS CO TO THE ASSURED,
Dividends Declared Annually on the First of February,
AND APPLIED AS CASH TO THE REDUCTION OF FUTURE PREMIUMS. DIVIDENDS UPON THE FIRST
rear's premium may be applied to re.iuciug tbe second year's premium, and so on annually thereafter.
Just and liberal dealiug with thc assured, promptness in thc payment of losses, and the greater advantages of?
fered to the assured by this Society, have secured to it a success such as has not been equalled in the same space of
time in Ods or any other country.
Io the short space of seven years it has accumulated a fund of Over Three millions of Dollars, and has
secured an annual income of Over Two Millions During the year 18(16 alone lt assured, by new policies,
Over Thirty millions of Dollars, increased its income Over One million, and added to its fund more
than Fourteen Hundred Thousand Dollars
It is thoroughly established on a solid basis, conducts its business on the Cash Plan, and Us ratio of "Total Ex?
penditure" to "Total Cash Income" is less limn thar, of any oilier company previously organized.
ITS P?LICHS AVERAGE LARGER THAN" THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY IN AMERICA, showing that
for Investments persons select this Society In preference to any other.
The Assured havo tho option annually of applying their dividends in any of the FIVE following ways, under
the rulos af the Society:
FnisT-To the permanent increase of the sum assured.
SECOSTD-To the increase of thc sum assured for ono year, or a term ol years.
THIED-To t::o permaennt roduction of tho premiums.
Fonnx'H-To tho reduction of the prcmiu s for one or moro years.
FIFTH--To tne reduction of tho numbur of y uara iu which premiums are to bo paid.
WM. C. RAVEN EL, M. D., MEDIC ?vi. EXAMINES.
O. A. BOWEN, Agent,
No. 143 MEETING STREET,
stutlilmo May 4
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
OF ATHENS, GEORGIA.
THTS FIR9T-CLA9S SOUTHERN COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN 1847, IS STILL ISSUING POLICIES OF IN?
SURANCE against l03S by AM of stoc is ol' M iwlnndise, HOISO?, Furiiture. Cotton. Vessels in Port, &c, kc.
THIS UEING A MU COAL CDvtPANY, 7B.VBLV POLICY HOLDERS PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS, and be?
come Stockholders, WITHOUT AN/ LIABILITY WHATEVER.
A dividend of forty por cont, ou of thc profits of tho Compauy for tho past twelve months has boon declared,
thereby reducing thc premium to insurers nearly one-half.
Divide-id Scrip of tho Comp my talma lu payment of premiums.
Losses promptly adjusted and paid hero.
J. L. HONOUR, Agent,
May 7 tulhslmo No. 8 BROAD STREET.
WITH OR WITHOUT
OVER/SE VENTY THOUSAND NOW IN USE IN
THIS COUNTRY AND EUROPE.
rriHE REPUTATION ACQUIRED BY THIS MACHINE. WARRANTS US IN SAYING IT IS THE REST NOW
J. IN USE. Wo are also General Stdo Agents for tho sale ol' tho following Agricultural Implements, whloh wo
keep constantly on haud at Manufacturer's prices :
H. I, EMERY'S UNIVERSAL COTTON GIN AND CONDENSER.
The numerous testimmials and recommendations rocolvod from pirtios who have purchased these GINS, ena?
bles us to olalm for thc n supsri irby over any and all competitors, iu quantity and quality of huts turned out, and
ic simplicity, durability, otflcleucy of Oius, and ai a fair and just test ot Its superiority over all other GinB, we do
challenge a practical test of its claims tor superiority.
Cotton and Hay Presses,
Horse Powers and Threshers,
Saw Mills, Premium Farm Grist Mills,
Fan Mills, Stafford and Buck Eye Cultivators,
Fodder and Corn Stalk Cutter?, Grain Drills,
Corn Shellers, Georgia Cotton Planter,
Plows, Expanding Cultivator, Pum ps,
Bells, &c? &c.
A. R. COLTON, Proprietor.
W. B. LOWRANCE, Manager.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to with, promptness aud dispatch, and at
MODERATE CHARGES, BY
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
April ll_ Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad fitreot
DE LANE AU HOUSE.
BETWEEN ctn ana 6th AVENUES,
VUONTTKO UESEnVOin PA UK.
LARGE AND ELEGANT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR
familios desiring accommodations lu Kew York,
transiently or permanently. This i? one ol the most
airy and delightful locations in thc city. Tcblc d'hote or
private. A. M. 1'ELEVALHTTE.
May 3 Imo
42d AND lib AVENUE.
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORK, WILL FIND AT
this new aud desirable House, thc most airy and
eomfortablc accommodations for families locating per?
manently or transiently, at liberal rates. Meuls served
a la European or table d'hote. J. A. ROBINSON.
May 3 Imo Proprietor.
WE HAVE U?ED OALLIGUAN'S PILLS, AND
lind they will do all that is claimed I'ot them, aud
cheerfully recommend them to pub ic favor.
T. H. WAITS, Ex-Govi-roor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANFORD. Alfy deh'l of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supremo Court. Ala.
From THOMAS J. JuDftK. Judge Supr?me Court.
I have used OALLIGUAN'S PILLS on my pisr.ntion,
lor Fever and A?uc, and find them all tli.it ls claimed
for them. TUGS. I, JUDO ti
Montgomery, Ala., September 2!\ lw~>s.
LOWNUES COUNTY, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They are decidedly the best medicine for Chills ami Fe?
ver 1 ever Rave. I would not be without them fer thc
times the price. J. A. GUAHAM.
Aaaaucua, April 17, ls;;7.
One bor. of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured tue perfectly
of Chilla and Fever. They ure the best im (heine for
Chills und Fever I ever saw. A. G. KONAI.D.SUN.
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter Cornily, tia.
MoNToiiMEitv, ALA., July?. is<?c.
Messrs. BLUNT k HALE-GENTS: I have used vour
GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two occasions f>r chills and
Fever, aud hud that they effect all that they are intend?
ed to do. They are the best remedy 1er the disease that
I have ever tried. I consider them perfectlv reliable.
Grand Soc. Grand Lodge of F. und A. M. of Ala burna.
ALBANY, GA., March ll, WT.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty . asesof
Chills aud Fever, with permet success. They ure the
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN' CHARLESTON. BY
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN & CO.,
No. 1153 Meeting street.
And by all Druggists.
BLOUNT <!fc HALE,
May 14 (imo Montgomery, Ala.
Anatomical Charts, French and
ARE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
Rook Store. April 22
The Reports of South Carolina
TUE STATUES AT LARGE,
I HALF TRICE, AT II ART'S
April 22 Rook Store.
CLOSING UP AT A GU KAT SAC?
BOHNS LIBRARY AT FIFTY CENTS \ VOLUME.
Engineering ami Architectural Works.
Agricultural and Gardening Works.
Cooking and Sporting Works.
All thc above works ut bali price, ut
! May 6 _s. HART'S, Book Slorc._
i GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE !
?A? MORAL AND RELIGIOUS ROOKS, lOccnts
: r)v*v/ Methodist Hymn Kooks, 23 cunts
! Baptist H vitin Hooks, 25 to 75 CelitH
i Pod Mom] and ItcliglouE ItmiUn, 'J5 cents
Inn southern Harmony, 75 cunts
Catholic . renell ain't SpauisK Prayers, Kl cents
? Episcopal J'rayurs. 50 c<;nis lo ? 1.50
bm Th? Clmrlestou Uui>k, .Ul cvn I*
Tcsiniiiciilri, in french or Kuidisli, 5 couts lo SI
; rocket Hi liles, 5U o ubi lu s-1
WuDsicr's spelling books, li) cents,
fallal HART'S) "BOOK STORE."
April 15 _
Methodist Episcopal CUnrch South.
THE U2 DERSIGNED ARK TUE AGENTS OF THE
Publishing Hons- at Nashville,
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
No. 155 MEETING STREET.
May Ri Imo
\ WORD TO Tl ll
"IT TE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING SECURED THE
I V? AGENCY for thu bfcitus ol South Carolina, Geor
' gia, Al?banla und Florida, for thc pale ol'thu celebrated
j English Metallic Hoofing Paint,
1 take pica au ru in annonnciug to the ciii/cns of Charles
j to?, that wu arc prepared to REPAIR AND PAlNl new
I or oki COPPER TIN, ZINC OR IROS ROOFS, tn a sub?
TM* Paint will protect Metallic Roots ima corrosion,
and rte WA RANT OUR WORK IO-. SIX YEARS.
As wc will remain lu this city but a slmr: time, wu
would urge those drsirin? lo av.iil ibu bein fit of our
. work to scud in their uniera un early as possible.
unr Mr. JuIINS 'N wiH'cunvass the city for thc par?
pose nf soliciting order- and ulfc>'tiiit! i:niitracts.
: Orders lett with GEORGE \V. WILLIAMS .v Cu., to
! whom wu ruler for particulars respecting thc merits ut
I our Paint, or nt I hu Pavilion Hotel, will receive prompt
JOHNSON A: FOYLES.
I May ia 12*
BY J. A. EKSLCW&CO.
THIS DAY, 18th May, will be sold before our ?tore, No.
141 East liay, at bab? past <J o'clock,
C1G sacks WHITE COIIN, containing two hush el s
each. May 18
Lott m Moultrie street at auction.
BY LOWNDES & Git 1 Ml JA I.Iv.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 21s' instant, at the old Post
office, Broad si rent, at ll o'clock,
TWO LOTS OF LAND, south side of Moultrie street,
near Ring, and East of land* of heirs of Captain North,
each 30 feet front by loo feet deep.
Conditions-One-half cash; balance by bond, payable
in one pear, secured by mortgage of property. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers and stomps. May 1*
Lo! in West street al auction.
BY LOiWDES & GBl MBA LL.
Will be sold on Tuesday, 21st inst., at ll o'clock, at thc
old Po.-toffice, Broad street,
LOT No. ll WEST STREET, 35 feet front, 3D feet back
line, 103 feet deep, bounded north by West strci t, south
by lauds oi'tn tat o Mo: eli cad, cast by lands of Harrison
and estate Henry, wost by lands of Reynolds.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps and papers.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIERI FAC?AS TO ME
directed and delivered, and with the consent of all
parties concerned will be sold on TUESDAY, Maj
21st, 1807, at H o'clock A. M., on ihc premises situa?
ted at the corner of Anson and Laurens streets.
All the right, title and interest of thc defendant in the
entire CONTENTS OF A GROCERY STORE AND BAR?
ROOM, together with the fixtures. Levied on and to be
sold as the property of John Semke at the suit of Henry
Bischoff i: Co. Terms cash. JNO. E. CAF.LW,
May 18_3__ S. C. D.
Special Sale-Horses, Wagons, Carts, Groceries
WM. MCK AY & JOHN CAMPBELL,
McKay ?Sf Campbell
Will sell on MONDAY, 20th, at ten (10) o'clock, at thelr
9slcsrooms, No. 136 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion
lIorcL Par,kulara in Mondav's advertisement
Sale on account of underwriters and all concerned.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS ?St SONS.
MONDAY, the 20th inst, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at
our sales rooms, No. 35 Hayne street,
A well assortca STOCK OF GOODS, damaged by the
late fire ia King street.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS I HOSIERY
Clothing Hats, Ac, ic.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
TUESDAY, tho 21st instant, at half past 10 o'clock, we
will sell at our sales mom. No. 35 Hayne Street.
ONE DIAMOND RING, sold ss the property of H. H.
Sicks, and pledged to Nae h m an k Co., to secure a
Terms cash May 13
Auctions (or Horses, Vehicles and Furniture,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
IO o'clock, as originally established by the subscribers.
Furniture sales at Private Residences promptly attend?
ed to at low charges.
SMITH ft MCGILLIVRAY.
Auctioneers, Ka 27 Broad street,
April ll 3mo South Side near State.
HANNETT S HUI*.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, nt
No. Hi) Iv in? Rt reef, below Broad Ktreet,
Offers his services for the sale of MERCHANDISE il
iay and nhebt at his store, aleo for the sale of Slock,
Sonde, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce.
:1ty references will be given. Consignments solidi <.u.
forms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
April 22 Imo
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST Al FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
1YL and MACHINERY, Saw Mills. Corn MiLb, Horse
bowers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Mills, Cotton
feed ' -rushers, McCarthy Cotton Oins, and all kinds ot
ron and Brass Castings, to order.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
RATES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
-4 FLOORING, at $25 per If.
6-4 FLOORING, at S2? per M.
3-4 LINING, ot S25 per M.
7-8 LININ.r. at $26 per M.
Wo also liavo various other sizes or dressed and rough
vUMBER. All of which will be disposed ot ut lowest
EBAUGH & MALLONEE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD.
?ORLBECK'S WHARF, NEAR N. E. RAILROAD.
May 1 Imo
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE GO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
DIPROVED CAR WHEEL BOXES.
.MACUI.MSTS* TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December If "TO
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMES BARKLEY
?a 'RON ,
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
i RE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
XX. HI?H and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RICE
THRASHERS (from now patterns, with nil the modem
improvomeutsi, STEAM SAW MILLS, ftc, ii.
CASTINGS IN IRON MD BRASS
Prurujjtl-- attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs lo Marine ami other Work,
shall receive special attcution.
FOR SALE-Cue 12-borse po<vcr .' 1EAM ENGINE,
ucarly now; several new kuti su-ond-h nd dOILEllj, 6
to lo-uorse power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, 12 and *JO Horse Power Steam
tfff- All Orders tor REPAIRS ur NEW WORK shril: ra
ceivc mir prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR A: GO.
_Alay ll_ _ _ IBW
B R I D GES & L A NE~
MANUFACTUREES AND DEALERS TN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS.
Machinery of Every Description.
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVF.1! SHEARS
AND PUNCH KS.
No. 50 Conrtlunrt-st., corner of Wiwenvrleh,
JV vK W V O li Iv .
RAILROAD AXLEs. WHEELS. CHAIRS, Si'.iiES,
Bolts. Nuts. Wuchers, rar. >hip am! Bridge B<?lt-,
iron Foutues of various kinds, .vc
STEEL AND RUDDER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, portable Forges aud Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck tor car Cow r,-. Brass uud Silver Trimmings,
I telling ol all kinds. Baggage Checks, Sc., Acc.
Also, Agents tor tbr ruanuiacturen ol CAB HEAD
ALBERT BRIDGES.:,. IOEL C. 1.\SL.
November d ru?nenme
Corn on Account of aU Concerned.
, BY HENRY CORIA & CO. .
TJ?IS DAY, nt 10 o'clock, alongside steamer Patapaco, at]
Atlantic Wharf, will be sold, f
1000 SACKS Win PB AND MIXED COHN, very slight-1
ly damaged. Sold per account of all concerned.
Conditions cash. May 18
Wreck of Steamer Kale.
HY W. Y. LEITCH AM) R. s. BRUNS,
Will bc sold at auclion, on MO SD AY, 20-h May, in front |
of the Old Custom Hou?e, at ll o'clock,
THE WRECK OF THE STEAMER KAIE, as she now
lies oa Rowley's Hats, together with her Engine, Boilers,
Copper Bottom, Donkey Pump, Capstain, Galley Stove,
Water Tanks, Ac, Ac
The Wre. k is dry at low tide.
'Jtie Engine and Boiler were put in complete order just |
previous to her burning.
T? rms cash. May 18
Furniture of a Family Leaving Ute Oily.
BY SETH SPENCER.
On MONDAY, Sufi Inst., at No. * State Street (up stairs,]
at 10 li o'clock, will bc sold,
PARLOR F?RNITCRE, SOFAS
Mahogany Hsir Seal Chairs
Spring Seat Rocking Chairs
Marble Top ('entre Table
Writing Desk and What-Not attached
Card Tables, fine Steel Eugravings
One large Brussels Carpet. A-c
R D ROOM FURNITURE,
One COTI' \CtV. SET, (complete)
Ono Mahogany Bedstead
Spring \'c?. Wash friands, fee.
Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture, Cooking Stove,
Tm tn ed ia tel v after sale of above,
The UNEXPIRED LEASE OF THE PREMISES will bo
sold. May 18
Furniture oj Family Declining Housekeeping,
Slock, fixtures, ami Good Wi?of Grocery Store
By R. Itt. MARSHALL & BRO.
ON MONDAY, at 10 J? o'clock, will bo sold, at No. 3J?
Ring street, near the Battery,
CONTENTS OF SAID STORE, comprising a retail
Grocer}* Stock-also, Fixtures of said Store and (he en?
tire Furniture of thc honse. Piano, French Mirrors,
Mahogaay and Marblo Top Furniture, Crockery, Gas
Fixtures . Counters, Shot Gun, Ac_May 17
Elegant Mansion on Bay street, Two Residences
on Drake street-Estate Sate by order of the Ex?
BY R. 91. MARSHALL & BRO.,
Brokeri and. Real Estate Agent?.
On TUESDAY, 28th May, at ll o'clock, wul be sold at Ute
Old Exchange, Broad street,
All tbat L<~T OJb LAND, on Bay street, next
north of Amherst, measuring 100 feet front and
rear by ICO feet, more or less, together with the
buildings thereon, all of which are of brick, and
were erected about ten years since, consisting
of a very large and elegant three story mansion with
piazzas to the South, and commanding one of the finest
views of thc harbor. It cootaius 12 upright rooms, be?
sides pa try and bath-rooms, and is supplied with gas fix?
tures and water works and cistern. Tnere is a kitchen
ol six rooms a carriage house and stable.
All fiat LOT OF LAND adjoining the above in the
rear, and fronting on Drake street, measuring 69 feet 8
i. ches on said street by 124 feet more or less, contain?
ing a Wooden Dwelling of four rooms.
All that LOT OF LAND adjoining the above lots and
being to thc south of the last mentioned, measuring 40
feet 6 inches on Drake street by 124 feet, more or lesa,
and containing a wooden dwelling of six rooms.
Conditions-One-fifth cr ah; balance by bond, payable
in one, two, three end tour years, with interest semi-an?
nually, secured by mortgage of property. Buildings to
be insured and policies assigned. Purchasers to pay for
papers. fstuthsmtu7 ? May 17
NITROGENIZED SUPER PHOSPHATE
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO FUR?
NISH a limited quantity ot this popular STANDARD
FERTILIZER for top dressing. It *i ay be used before or
after the planting of thc crop, for even when applied aa a
top drosaing, it cannot bc lost by evaporation, as none of
ita constituents arc vela ile. It may be applied at each
boeing of Cotton, and in thc hill? during the cultivation
of Corn. Po..:toes and other crops. When crops have
been previously mauured in the usual way, and found
to he of s'uggish growth, it may be augmented by thjfljw
of this manure. To the Horticulturist it is iQTfMHk
as it may bo applied to fruit trees at any Bea^canHa
year. Sold by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
HOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
May > rtu'.hlrao No. 133 East Bay.
THE STANDARD FERTILIZER.
THIS ARTICLE HAS PEEN THOROUGHLY TRIED
in the South, for the last sine years.
It permanently enriches the land, and will pay three
hundred per e.-ut. proOt upon Investments tho first
This Fertilizer will do as well if placed on top of tho
grjuud after the crop Is up.
AU effectual preveutlve to rust in Cotton. Have used
it niuo years.
DOOLY COUNTY, GEOBOTA, I
January 2, 1867. J
To J. H. Zeiss k Co., Macon, Go.:
I hare been conversing with several of my acquaint
au.-es on the subject of S.ipcr Phosphates as a fertilizer;
they aro anxious to get something that will prevent rast
in Cotton. That ls a quality 1 can vouch for In Cross
dale'H super Phosphate; that it effectually prevented rust
m my Cotton through the whole time I have used lt,
which has bee i mue yeirs. I think now I shall use
about six tous myself out of thu twelve ordered.
Very rosjiocttully yours,
No. 102 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON.
Sole Agent for the State of South
SHIP CHANDIERY, ETC.
BOAT DETJCH1G APPARATUS.
BROWN & LOVEL" PATENT.,
APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVKEN
MEN1' and Supervising Inspectors of Steamers, at
the late trial of the different PATENTS in New York har?
bor, with all fixtures complete. Price, $40 cash.
The best and most economical of all the Patents now
1000 yards 8 oz. COTTON RAVENS for Awnings
and Boat Sails.
7000 yards Druid Mills Cotton Duck, Noe. 1, 2, 3,4, 6,
6 and 7 at New York prices.
300 coils Kentucky Baling Rope for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cordage.
For sale by
April 26 Imo No. 48 EAS : BAY.
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES, )
CHARLESTON, Mav 9th, 1887. j
TAKEN FROM A COLORED BOY, ON TLE 14TH
April lasr, by some of the Officers, a VIOLLN AND
CASE, known to be eto cn. Any one losing the same
will come lorward, prove property, and take it away.
tl. W. HENDRICKS,
May9 1st Lieut, and Chief of Detectives.
GENERAL TaX NOT1JE.
IWILL BE IN CHARLESTON ON MONDAY, 20TH
instant, for one week, ending Saturday, at Court
House, to r..eivc RETURNS FOR TAXES FOR 1866,
alter which time my books will be closed. Persons in?
terested will please be punctual as my health will not
admit of my decking them out Planters employing
freedmen ar- required, by Act of the Legislature, to give
lu the names of ail mules betw.-en 21 and 60 years old,
mr capitation tax. ibey are requested also to give the
number ot dogs, and by whom owned. AU other persons
and iroedmcu must make return for capitation tax, or
be double tuxed. J. p. CLEMENTS,
Tax Collector, St. Andrew's Parish.
May lu sw2*
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS
_L PENSE this agreeable aud hecRhfol beverage, at
liieir well-known oL-.nds, No, 86 EASEL STREET, be?
tween King aud Meeline streets, Nc. 128 S KINO sTitEET
'Old Pi.if.et G s-il House), audat tlia head of CENTER
MARKET, northwest corner.
Druggists and -nuera wishing to be supplied with
Fountains or Syrups, end dealeis riesiriuj Fount-tins
charged, tul' be accommodated upon reasonable
Steamers, Ilctels, Restaurants ana pri> do families,
furnisher. wi,h a superior artice oi bottled Soda, in qua?
lities to suit pure hoc ors.
We ere agciM fur til? salo ol A. J. M?iae .? Sou's justly
celebrated sods Water Apparatas, contlsoug ol Gerera
lors, Fountains, Marble Draught St'.nd-. Silver Plated
Refrigerating I.-ranght i-tsnds, Tumbler Holders, r.^d all
a_ nanni* necv*rtry tor rho uiauu:.., tur- oi .?ona Water,
at the:auunnii.turen' price*, wftli freight idded.
Dealers in 5oita ?Vater throughout tue -?tate, desiring
an apparatu-. will do well to examine the merita of
Mor- V Apparatus iK'1'ore purchasing elescwaerc
Oescripi nUCdalogU' a:.J i ri. e list sent to any addreea
upon application t ' JOilS RUCK ,v CO., CLarleston.
White appreciating thc vcr;, liberal patroua?;,? extended
to ?i* dnriug the psst st iw-Q, v.o ttaJl -trive to merit Its
E. J?. ??.?DXFit,
April ll 2mo
HU BEST M KOW IS ESE!