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?.ULY-THREE MONTHS.. 9.50
To NEWS DEALERS.3 cent?
Gold closed in New York yesterday at 138 j, and
Cotton at 27c. for Middling Uplands.
Cotton closed at Liverpool yesterday at lld. for
Broom and her troupe sailed for Europe on
Saturday, in.tho Vide de Fans.
A lightning conductor, on the lighthouse at Fa
camp, proved useless against a thunder-stroke, in
cons?quence of being terminated in a cistern of
Water lined with Portland cement.
Professor PILTON- says the following simple
method affords a sure test of the purity or impu?
rity of milk: Drop a little milk on the thumb nail,
if pure, it wiU remain; if not, it will flow away.
Rev. JAMES 0. ANDREW, D. D., Senior Bishop of j
the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, we seo
try the Louisville (Ky.) papers, preached in that
?sty on Sunday last.
The number of war books sold by the publish
lng houses of H irtfbrd, is about 1,225,000, and
their value $4,432,500. A publisher invested at the
cutset in one of his books $3000, and in the first
year the sales amounted to $200,000.
A farmer in Saratoga County, New York, has
. lifted a barrel containing one hundred and forty
?lve pounds of sugar, with his teeth, after which
Ste offered to bet $23 that he could lift it with twen
? ty-eight more pormda on it.
. M. QsLLoe, Director of the Observatory at Bres
lao, baa. determined the indentity of the orbit of j
* one of the' swarms of shooting stars of April, of j
. which -Ute radiant point is well defined, with that
cf the comet of 1861.
Water in sinaH-quantities may be frozen in a
red-hot croriblo by mixing it with a Bm?ll quan?
tity of sulphurous acid. In the same way water
may be carried in a metal sei ve provided it is
heat ed to redness.
The colored men of Aasumptian Parish, Louisi?
ana, recently held a meeting, at which speeches
were made advocating the policy of standing byj
??&?dttC^^ .g?hjgcaUy affihatijg^th
'those whom they had known so long.
The Broadway Bank, New York, was the victim
.- a.forgoxy: Abouta month ago, to the amount of !
tVLfiOO. ThVforgery only came to light yester- |
J ~f. - jay.' " The check purported to hare been drawn by
~., the board ofEducation, in favor of bearer. .
."??V. A lat? Boston notion is to gonorato steam with
tte aid of waste-ooal-dust, very fine, injected by a
i ix '. flaer wh( .... it barna with an intensely hot flame,
???j and greatly increases the produotion of Btoam.
; :\J? The Bambridge, Ga.,' Argus of the 18th bas the
:'.'. . .f<41owing.:...Mr. JACOB HABBEIX, of this county,
? Pw adribJtedtotu, on the loth instant, a stalk of cot
B specimen for tho season. He has a good crop,
?Jil andaoiaaevary. one in Decatur. .
Mr. JErraasoif DAVIS, says tho New York Herald,
on Friday removed from the New York Hotel to
foe private residence of Mr. CHARLES 0'Coxon, at
Fort Washington. His family and suite remained
at the HpteL. He was to haye left New York for
r , - ;.Montreal on Monday last.
A company of negroes, eighteen in number,
have left Groensboro,1 -H. C., and uuder tho diroc
r^jbika^:isflg^>' barbar ftoiaCfreensfrKo', now
,.\ on their way to Illinoifl, in which Stat? they pro
t J. pose.to aottTe, Want of employment, and inability
.?-'.to subsist themselves and fam?t?s, they assigned
aa ? reason of their ?migration,
vt y...The Metropolitan Pobo? force of London number
? ; ' 75?, against 5811 in 1856. It is divided into 26
battalions or divisions, averaging 800 each. DuT
:'J . ing ll years only 585 have been charged with of
"' fences, and one-fifth of these were from their own
officers. Only 168 in all were convicted on these
warge*. ^ULu ? ' ' "
. . We are sorry to ' learn, through the London
I . J&enap**, that Lord BUOCGUAM is very ?1 at Nice
-it is feared past hope. The venerable old gen?
tleman, who Ja said to bo atm in full possession of
. his mental faculties, has for many years borne up
.?. ^wonderfully against the physical infirmities of age.
; But even the stoutest heart must yield to fate. .
? J - The first chime of bells in America was present?
ed to Christ Church, Salem street, Boston, one
hundred and twenty-three years ago. The bolls
fe - exiatin-a good state of preservation. The inser? p
u ia t??85 v?xm ?ip third tenor reads : "We ar? the first
zing of betis cast' for the British;&npiro m North
%: H **? Theflcndon Athenoum contains the frightful
I ?nrtoUrr??ment "that j Mr. M. F. T. has written s
third seriee of his "Proverbial Ph?osophyr" which
-viii be published during the present month. Mr.
TUPFKB deserves credit for a certain kind of cour?
age. Few writers would voluntarily face such
.tarma of ridicule aa those that greet the appear?
ance of every new volume from his pen.
Harvard College has yielded at last to the im?
perative demand of the nineteenth century and
% the American public. In pursuance of a recent
fhange in its course bf studies, Latin and Greek,
after the* Freshman year, will be only optional
-v studies, the student having' his choice between
them and mathematics, philosophy, physics, the
modern languages, cte. ~ ~* j
Tun latent mare's neat goes round the Radical
papers ia the shape of the following paragraph:!
' '-'Ithas been discovered that a party of Southern I
OT rebeurwho Were in Washington after the surren- j
Sc 4^r pf .loat, negotiating_;for their pardons, were at I
. : -the.eame-time engag? in an effort to induce the I
: v ?Eniperor"NAPoiJKMT to aid them, promising to re- I
'Ciiim Sie rebellion with vigor, ? , . ?
' -TWspitchcS from %he 'seat of Indian war state
that large numbers of hostile warriors are aesem- I
Liing in the neighborhood of Forte Sedgwick, Phil I
' Kearny and Saunders, in Nebraska. A general
?war is considered inevitable in Arizona. The In
diana are raiding through the valleys, destroying j
' th e property and carrying away stock. The citizens j
have determined to shoot any Indian caught wan- I
dering among white men. ^
A new style of railroad ticket has been adopted I
cn a Maine railroad which deserves notice. Slips I
are.sold at the several stations good for five hun-j
, dred mileB of tra vel. ' As often as thirty miles have
Loon passed over, the. conductor cane?is that por- I
?an of the ticket, and this process is continued I
Until all the milee have-'been consumed in jour?
neying. Tho mileage tickets, as they are called, 11
ir!. are sold cheaper than others, and are good for any :
' day, so that the public gains both ways. L
.'.ii A correspondent at Jacksonville, Florida, wri- h
ting to the Brockport Republic, on April 8, gives j j
ibo location of Mrs. STOWE'S purchase of a home I _
iu Florida. It is at Mandarin, on St. John's Hiver, 1j
about fifteen ' miles south of Jacksonville, and j '
comprises a good dwelling house and four hun- j '
sired acres of land, with half a mile river front,
and a sweet orange grove of one hundred bearing I
trees, with an annual produotion of sixty thousand
oranges, also numerous young trees. The annual j
crop of oranges is worth $1800, and the price paid I '
for the whole place was $10,OOO, or $25 an acre. 11
The Paris correspondent of tho Cincinnati I c
Gazeile tells some queer things about young BEN- j r
jnart recent visit to Paris. He says that on a j
^recent visit to Count SUSA'B "our son" got tightly *
alight and gave mortal offence to a noble Spaniard 11
present by stroking his goatee, whereat the en- [c
Taged Don. persuaded two of bis friends to chai- 11
lange the unceremonious young Yankee. The day I v
was fixed for the fight, which, however, did not i
- come off, as Dr. CAST and LAWEEN CE JEROME per-1,
cuaded the Spaniards that BENNETT could peel an
i apple with a bullet, and so they slunk out of the T
encounter. . - 0
The Paris correspondent of the London Times, I
nf the 6th inst says : "?t is no doubt with the 1
? >TMW of completely tranquilizing the public mind I
that fixe Constitutionnel announces that most of the I t
crowned heads of Europe v< iii soon visit Paris. Eua j
Hellenic Majesty is already here; so are the Prince
Oscar of Sweden and the Duke of Leuchtenberg.
In a few dara the King and Queen of the Belgians, 1
\J ihe-QneencJ Portugal the Prince of Wales and 1
ibo Prince and Princess Royal of Prussia, will ar- I '
rive. Baris is also to have the Emperor of Russia 11
and two of his sons, the Emperor and Empress of I \
Austria, and perhaps the King of Prussia. Tho j,
Queen and King of Spain and the Viceroy of Egypt j
Will also honor this capital with th9ir presence. I
?Never,' says the Constitutionnel, with just pride, E
*nevex since fifty y oars will Paris have seen within I *
jts wahfl snob an assemblage of princes.' " J ?
LARGEST CIRCULATION - The DAILY
NKWS publishes the Official Litt of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at thc end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
neiospaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTION 6. And be it farther enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Pos to fflce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
tS~ A? 'communications intended for publication tn
thisioui-nal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daua News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Baity
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 38, 1867.
JOB WOBK.-We have now completed our
office BO aa to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
THE BN6UIH REFORM BILL.
Our brethren beyond the sea, it seems, have
their political inoubus somewhat analogous to
the complicated difficulties connected with the
Reconstruction question in this country; at
least in so far os they have both been on the
tapis for a considerable period, and are the
source of violent and perpetual agitation. Be?
yond this, we do not desire to push the parallel.
The Reform Bill is the rock on which Earl
RUSSELL'S government foundered. By it, the
present ministry has already encountered, sev?
eral defeats, but as this was doubtless expected
at the time of the accession of the Earl of Derby,
he and his coadj uta tora have not. followed the
custom usual- upon such a contretemps, of re?
signing their office. Mr. DISRAELI, who is
the ministerial pilot of the Reform Bill in the
House of Commons, on the beginning of the pre?
sent month, suffered a defeat at the hands of
his opponents, whigs and liberals combined.
The particular question that brought the differ?
ence to a focus, was Mr. ATRTON'S 3??&?*
ment. Mr. DISRAELI. .pf?pTjg??T^two yearB'
residence, ifi boroughs asa qualification forr
-roting. The amendment proposed one year,
and was carried by a majority of eighty
one. The Premier, however, had pro?
vided for the contingency by stating that
it was entirely for the House to decide whether
the term of residence required in boroughs
should be a year, or a year and a half, or two
years. Then why, it may be asked, did thc
Government not give way at once, and (hus
save the contest, which one would think can?
not but weaken their position. "Because it
had a duty to perform," saya the Saturday Re?
view, "to the ghost of conservatism, and that
duty was to seem to' fight and be beaten, and
then accept-defeat, courageously and cheer?
fully, of course, but still as a serious and
1 solemn! Hiing. -'. The leaders of a party must
often go through performances of this sort,
which are not .Very pleasant to the'performers,
but Which'keep the party together. The Con?
serva (ives, now that they are beaten, do not
mind discovering that they never oared about
the duration of residence, but they could not
endure to confess beforehand that they were
indifferent to any of the restrictions they had
invented." "But thia debate," continues tho
Review, "had, in one respect, more importance.
It united the Liberal party, for the first time
this session, in defence of one of tl ie great
doctrines of thc party. The speakers against
the Government, and especially the most emi?
nent of them, Sir Ro rx DELL PALMER, rested
their case mainly on the necessity of not treat?
ing the poor'Toter in a different way from that
in which the rich voter is treated."
Bot if the Liberals are so much a unit, we
do not see how they can throw the ministry on
any questions connected with the Reform Bill,
seeing that those old and astute managers pre?
fer to yield their prejudices rather than their
portfolios. They first tried " resolutions" and
failed. They next brought in a Bill, against
which there was to be nothing said, on the first
or the second reading. Thus. far they carried
their point. But now comes the tug of war.
The Bill is now being submitted to be Toted for
by sections. A majority of 81 against it was
the first reply from the House. The Saturday
Reviewer says : "The Government now knows
about what sized majority it has to face, and if
it was honest in its repeated assertions at the I i
beginning of the session,-that all it wished for [
was to be'guided by the House, it ought to be
Tery glad to be guided in such an unmistake?
- - In the further . debate on this amend?
ment, about the "compound householder," on
the evening of the 6th, Mr. BRIGHT said: "The
right honorable gentleman [Mr. DISRAELI] is
evidently making a little progress, and perhaps
if we postpone the matter for a day or two, -we
might come to some agreement." And again :
"I want to suggest that we should not go into
these points to-night, for, after all, they are
the great points of the Bill, and the committee
should go into them, thoroughly comprehend-;
ing the changes the Government now propose,
so that we might, if possible, come to some, it
might be even unanimous, vote. [Laughter.]
I don't despair at all." Mr. BRIGHT then con?
It ia quite olear the Chancellor of the Exche?
quer is moro disposed to toke the House into bis
counsel than he . was a few weeks ago, and it is
olear, as. his friends perceive, that they might as
well swim over the river as BW?D. back again. One
is at least aa safe as the'other if wo. are really
coming to an agreement. . I don't despair that wo
may get over thia difficulty of the compound house?
holder altogether, and treat bim, as he is, as goo-I
as bis neighbor. The right honorable gentleman
Baid: ''Why should we have a man differently
treated from his next door neighbor ?" using the
language of the right honorable gentleman, the -i
member for South Lancashire, and others uttered
in this debate'. I have a sort of fooling that if G
honorable gentlemen opposite would be a little
more bold-the least in the world-(laughter)
after-what they have done they need but one more
Dffort;I will undertake to say that "tho Chancellor J?
>f tho Exchequer, though T know nothing but |
ivhat I have gathered from sitting opposite to him
n this session, will be more pleased if you give
lim power to do-and he knows ns weil as I know
-what is right than he w?l by any effort you may
nake to keep bim from making this bill a great
Dill, memorable for this session and for all time a
rreat advantage to the conn try. (Cheers.)
SOLDIERS AND POLITICS.
That officers connected with the United ^
states Army should studiously keep aloof from m
he appearance even of either taking part in, a
>r interfering with, politics in the South du- 1'
.ing the present probationary and formative
teriod, we deem eminently proper; but we did
tot know before that there were any "orders"
ait to that effect. Indeed there appears to be
>o such order, but only "a nice hint," t. e. if
re are to believe Major DELANEY; and further
nore, if the said Major has been correctly re?
torted. In the New York Herald, of the 19th,
ve find a letter from Charleston, giving an ac- J
ount of the proceedings of the so-called Re- it
.ublican State Convention, recently held in J;'
his city. As part of these proceedings we ^
lave an abstract of a speech by "the celebra- tl
ed colored Major DELANEY," OS follows: "The ?
Major said he was prohibited from partici?
pating ia the organization of the Republican
party for the simple reason that not more than
t year ago an advisory letter was sent forth by
he Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the
United States, not peremptorily prohibiting,
)ut giving that nice hint which none but a
nilitary commander knows how to give, that
ie would advise all persons holding a commis- IJ?;
(ion in the United States Army to keep aloof | *
rom all party political gatherings and political
SUirb eilt X i en fl indien, ?ai ?rof?on une (iigtltt tann.
Ha?tufragen bei 5lo. 48 3lnfon=?trtet.
ARESPECTABLE WHITE GIRL. WISH?
ES a Bitnation to travel witta a family, or go in the
?untry. ..Can do chamber work, can sew or mind chil?
lon and i&ako herself useful in any way. None need
ipply unless going out of the city. Can come well re
:omn?ended. Apply at No. 23 BEAUFALN STREET.
May 23 _1?
WANTED. A WOMAN TO MIND A CHU.?
and do Sewing work. Apply at No. SI WENT?
WORTH STREET, next to Military H itt.
Msy 22 1?
Ul} Ci Pi TuE GENUINE BARTLETT SEW?
INO MACHINE, $25. ^Wanted-Agents, $150
per month and all expenses paid, to sell the Genuino
Bartlett Sewing Machine. This Machine will do all the
work that can be done on any high-priced machine, and
is fully patented, licensed and warranted for dre years.
(Ve pay the above wages, or a commission, from which
:wice that amount can bo made. For Circulars and
terms address H. HALL A CO.. No. 724 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 36 _ April 10
WANTED, A SITUATION AS RECEIVING
and Delivering Clerk, by one who is competent,
md can lurnlsh the best of references Address
May 17 At This Office.
WANTED, AN ELDERLY WOMAN AS
Cook for quite a small family. One who is will?
ing to make herself generally useful, is civil and agree?
able in manners, can apply at Mo. 56 Calhoun street
WANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK IN
SOME GOOD BUSINESS HOUSE. Can keep a
set of books, collect, and moke himself generally useful.
The first city recommendations will be given. Address
PERSEVERANCE, Daily News Office. May 17
TU RENT, A MANSION OF TWELVE
rooms, delightfully situated on South Bay. Apply at
No. 235 KINO STREET, opposite Hasel, or St No. 10
SOUTH BAT. thsmw4 May 23
TO RENT, THAT TWO STORY HOUSE,
No. 110 CALHOUN 8TREET, containing six rooms,
with kitchen and a schoolhouse. Enquire on the premi?
rRENT. TWO FINE STORES IN THE
Adger Building. Possession of one given immedi?
ately; the other from the first June next. Apply to
April 30 tuth RAOUL A LYN AH.
ri RENT.-THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. 68 Cannon street, near Rutledge Av?
enue, containing six upright and two attic rooms, with
gas throughout, cistern, well, and ample kitchen accom?
modations. To an approved tenant, terms moderate ;
possession given immediately. Enquire at WILKINSON
ft GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE, No. 48 Broad street.
April 29_m th
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMBIO
DIOU8 BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
for horses and vehicles; can be hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 69 CHURCH"
STREET, west side, near Trodd. April ll
STOKE TO RENT-A THREE STORY
STORE on Market street, in rear of No. 23
Hayne street Apply soon, at No. 23 HAYNE STREET.
rRENT, A HOUSE CONTAINING 7
square Booms, Dressing Boom, and Pantry, on
East Bay, No. 259, one door north of Society str???, J_
ply to MARSHALL'S WHARF. -, - *
May 22 _--' 8*
a*y"?KNT, A HOUSE IN ISLINGTON
I COURT, Cannonaboro. This House has foursquare
rooms,Jdrcsaing and pantry, double piazzas, a cistern and
kitchen with tour fire-places, on a large lot Apply at
No. 32 WASHINGTON STREET. mth2_May 20
rRENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 02)
KING STREET, with use or a Ano cistern. For
further particulars, apply on the premises.
FOR SALE, A CART WITH "LICENSE."
Enq're at No. 129 ST. PHILIP STREET.
OR SALE, A NEAT BAR ROOM, STOCK
and FIXTURES, in a good stand on East Bay, near
thc old Post office. Apply st THIS OFFICE.
May 23 1*
SUMMERVILLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
O A substantial built HOUSE of seven rooms, with
piazzas; also a tine KITCHEN, conveniently attached by
roofed platform leading to pantry room and dining
room, together with all necessary outbuildings, aa ser?
vant's house and coach house, stables, family store
house, wash house, poultry house, Ac, with swell of the
best water; also a well-cultivated kitchen garden, and a
beautiful flower garden. Attached to tho premises ls a
Store 20 by 60 (twenty by fifty) feet, a good business
stand, being near the South Carolina Railroad Depot
For further particulars apply on the premises to
May 18 sths L. E. STOPPELBEIN.
FOR SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Seats, polo and shaft Also, a sot of double anil
single HARNESS, all in good order. Can be seen and
bargained for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
U Lynch street Msy 17
LOST-A BULL TERRIER,YELLOW AND
white, a number of scars on face, answering to the
name ot Jack. A reward ot $10 will be paid to the per
son returning this dog to Maj. Gen. D. E. SICKLES.
KEY FOUND.-THE LOSER OF A HER?
RING A CO. SAFE KEY can obtain the same by
applying at the DAILY NEWS OFFICE, and paying for
the advertisement May 20
BOARDING.-MRS. ROBINSON HEREBY
Informs her friends that she i h now ready to re?oive
a limited number of BO AR DE KS, which she will endea?
vor to do on the most liberal and accommodating terms,
ind will be thankful to any who may dcairo to favor her.
apply at No. 39 WENTWORTH STREET. May 21
1EXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
j rates, in the most central business part of tho city,
irithout lodging, in a private house, can now be had.
Por particulars address "X L," Postoffice. May 15
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
TITES JOHN LAUBEN?, ASSISTED BY THE BEY.
lU. W. B. W. HOWE, at Ne. 13 Coming street.
term commencing October 1st, and ending July ist.
For particulars apply aa above,
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
IVfRS. NIOHOLS, A NAT [TE OF CHARLESTON",
Lu. out during the past alleen jean a resident in
luxopo, is desirous of giving instruction in the French
Language, either at her own residence or at the bouses
)f her pupils. _V
Inquire at Mrs. FINNE Y'S, No. 190 King street
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
>FFICE, ... No. 875 KING STREET,
?J . ... ?EARLS OPPOSITE BABEL.
rE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN?
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SJ- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
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March 5 tu the 6m 0
JOHN IZAK!) MIDDLETON,
?HIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
NO. 7 SOUTH STREET,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO SALE OE COTTON,
Rico and Southern Produce, and Purchase of Grain
uano and Plantation supplies. Liberal advances made
REFEBENCES-Messrs. Lambert outings A Co., Balti
tore; Porcher & Henry, Charleston; Cohen, Hanckol A
0., Charleston; J. D. Aiken A Co., Charleston; Cour?
in, Matthiessen A Co., Savannah; Duvunt A Waplcs, Sa
wnah; Stovall A Edmonston, Augusta; Fisher & Low
tnce, Columbia, S. C. ; Mayes A Martin, Newberry, 8.
,; James Pagan, Esq., Chester, S. C.
February 25 mthSmo
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' TOYS, CHINA, SLATES AND SLATE
JTRASBURGER A NUHN, FORCED BY THE RAPID
j increase of their business and their present inade
uate accommodations, have made arrangements to re
love from No. G6 Maldon Lane to the extensive lofts of
o. 394 BROADWAY, near Canal street, New York, on
LC 15th of March; offering there to buyers better in
acements than ever before. thstu3moB February 28
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ie kind ever offered to the Ami. rican public. The
ri aper Coma will be aeut to any address, sealed and
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Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists.
No. 3 Weat Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATE?T
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
HH0QB?^ORADL? AND RABY TENDER, Pro
^OMp?jPfeUlng Bornea, and all kinda of Rock
nBfe? ?Ip '"g Bornes, Invalid Chairs, with doable
immwmw. x and single wheels, from $26 'to $46;
tiildren'p Carriages, Facey and Varnished Wagons,
ancy Bul es, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
rop?tter .nd Baby Rockers, ic., Ac, life-size Horses,
ade toe 1er.
Depot, o. 688 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
O, 461 a d 462 WEST STREET, New York.
Octobei 26 thu tul yr
Ot TH CAROLINA MASONIC BENEVO?
rHE MONTHLY MEETTNO WILL BE HELD IN
Masonic Hall, TM; Boeninj, the 33d instant, st 8
Members and Candidates elect win attend punctually.
By order of the President
May 23 I*_W. A. WTLSON, Sec'ry.
GERMANIA CHAPTER NO. 19, A. F. BI.
rHE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS CHAP?
TER will be held Thu (Thursday) Evening, at 8
'clock, at the Masonic Hall.
By order of M. E. H. P. ROBT. BERGMAN,
May 23 1* Secretary.
IO Ks TE AO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO?
rHE CAPITAL STOCK HAVING BEEN SUBSCRIB?
ED for, and the Charter t f Incorporation having
cen obtained, Stockholders are requested to pay their
Qa tal m en ; s of One Dollar a Share at tho office of W. G.
SHELDEN A CO., No. 265 King street, on or before Sa
\trday, the 26th of May.
A meeting of the Stockholders will be held at Masonio
lall, at 8 o'clock on Saturday Evening, for the purpose
f organizing the Association.
WILLIAM G. WHTLDEN, )
C. P. AI MAR, I Commissioners.
H. B. OLNEY, J
?egefcen eon ber S6atIeflon fofl S3ant>, auf bern
5a)udcnbia(j, ?onnerflag, ben 23flcn SWat, 1867, ttoju
fie ge tb nen 5 vt un bc ergibenjl eingelaben finb.
OmntOuffe m ct bett alie 15 Minutes bon ?inc. Street
ad) bern ?dj?benplaue abgeben.
May 22 2* C o ra m 1111 e.
$20. AGENTS WANTED, $20.
75 to $200 per month-males and females-to sell the
ONLY GENUINE COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SE rad MACHINE
-lim u fae hired. It will hem, fell, stitch, tack, bind,
i raid, quilt and embroider beautifully. Price, only $20,
aclu ding Barnum's self-so wer and self-turning hem
ner. Fully warranted for five years.
CAUTION.-Beware of those selling worthlei. cast
ton machines, under the same name as oars. For clr
ulars and to: ma, address C. BOWERS A CO., No. 205 S.
ilftb Street, Philadelphia Pa. lm May 20
NEWS! mw. mw.
rHE HON. JEFFERSON DAYIS
RELIEVED AND AT HIS LIBERTY,
IN CONSEQUENCE OF WHICH WE TAKE THE
pleasrire-try^mnouncfi to-?ai_cuatomare Bnd friend.
r-TWe-REDUCETfrom this date, o?T?Tr?TC STOCK OF
?TNE PRINTED LAWNS, fast colors, 18c. only
ironadlnes and Mozambiques, from 20 to 25c., and all
the rest of Dress Gooda at itnd below oort
' or making more room for Calicoes, we seU 100 pieces
it 10c. per yard, selected colors
Homespun and Long cloths, trom 10c. to 25c, the best
ju ali ty ever produced in this market for those prices
White Muslins, Nainsooks, Linens, Ac, Ac, at cor
Linen Russia Crash, from 10c. to 26o.
Linen Huckaback Towels, from 15c. to 60c.
104 Heavy Cotton Sheeting, from 65c. toll, and all
he rest of the stock in proportion.
The earliest call will have the first choice
BLOCK & LOYNS,
AT A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
No. iidl King, corner Wentworth street
May 21 3
rHE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
?LOBE PIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ap ital.$16,000,000, Gold.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSON AL Y RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HEBE.
C. T. LOWNDES, Agent
May 16 th7mo No. 10 Broad street
IF THE TOTAL RISKS AND ASSETS
WM TOBI LIFE INSURANCE
"ROM THE ANNUAL REKORT OF THE SUPERIN?
TENDENT OF THE LN3?RANCE DEPARTMENT,
(WM, BARNES,) FOR THE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 1866.
49* NO EXTRA PREMIUM FOB CLIMATE.-**
?stabliahed. Total Risks. Total Assets.
842. Mutual.$84,667,000 $14,338,000
.849. N. YORK LIFE.45,494,000 0,018,000
850. Manhattan.$27.253,000 0,618.000
850. United Stats?. 12.306,000 1,609,000
853. Knickerbocker. 11,123,000 853,000
858. Equitable. 27,619,000 1,686,000
859. Guardian. 10,268,000 613,000
860. Germania.. 14,676,000 809,000
860. Home. 13,087,000 890,000
860. Washington. 6,920,000 630,000
862. Security. 7,869,000 425,000
861 North America. 10,887,000 706,000
864. Globe. 8,615,000 462,000
864. Nat Life and Trav.. 6,066,000 182,000
864. Widows and Orphans.... 3,222,000 $06.000
864. Brooklyn. 2,198,000 918,000
865. Universal. 2,000,000 243,000
AGENT FOR S. C., NO. 66 BROAD STREET,
May 17 tuthslmo NEW YORK LIFE.
There cometh glad tiding, cf joy to all.
To yoong and to old, to gt eat and to small;
The botu ty which once waa so precious and rare,
Di free for Ul, and all may bs fair.
ty Use ns? of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect preparation in ase, for
I vina the akin a beautiful pearl-like tint that is only
tuna in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim
les, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruptions,
od ai! impurities of the akin, kindly healing the samo
taring the skin white and clear as alabaster, tts use
innot bo detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
DgoUble preparation Is perfectly harmless. It ls the
sly article of the kind used by the French, and ls con
drred by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
diet Upwards of 30,000 bottles were .old during tho
ut year, a sufficient guarantee of ita efficacy. Price
ily 75 cents. Sent by mal', post-paid, on receipt ot an
BERGER, SHOTTS A CO., Chemists,
285 River St, Troy, N. Y.
'he Universal Verdict of aU the Most Ex?
perienced Pastry Cooks and Housekeep?
ers ls that tko
S THE MOST RELIABLE OF ALL BAKING POW?
DERS, being beautifully while, and fros from all in?
ri oua ingredients, besides requiring only two-thirds of
e quantity to have the samo effect as other Yeast
>wders. li you want delightful Pie Crust, Biscuit and
>rn Bread, give it a trial
For sale by GRUBER & MARTIN,
No. 236 King a trout
HENEY BISCHOFF A CO.,
No. 19i East Bay,
W. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 259 King street
DOWIE A MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
January 24 thstu6mo
UPPER WARDS GUARD HOUSE, J
CHARLESTON, May 9th 1867. j
HOPPED FROM TWO COLORED MEN A COW,
) who stated having found her ton miles np Malu
The owner ls requested to call, pay expenses and take
r away. E. J. KINO M AN,
May 9_lat Lieut U. W. G. H.
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Par>er,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
NO. 1?7 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
REALER TN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
J every descript ion for its manufacture.
December 18 6mo
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CHABLEBIOK, S. C., May 4,1867. )
TBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
. inclosures, vaults, Ac, will commence on Monday
rt. Ct inst Owner, and occupants are hereby required
BOO that their premise, are in good condition and that
I filth and garbage is removed as required by Ord!
nee. Other Inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor GAILLABO.
C. B. SIG WALD.
_Chief sf Police.
VFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
/ clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
les for theyair 1867," is published for the information
persona selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
it residents of this city. All such persons ore hereby
i tined to report at this office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
ld in this city by raona not residents, by sample or
her wise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Council
rpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
X between WM. MoKAY and JAMES T. CAMPBELL,
under the name and style of McKAY A CAMPBELL, at
No. 65 Hasel street, being dissolved, WM. McKAY hos
this day associated with him Mr. JOHN CAMPBELL,
under tho name and style of McKAY A CAMPBELL, os
AUCTIONEERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS in aU
its branches, at No. 136 MEE1TNG STREET, opposite
Thankful for post favors, we hope, by strict attention
to business, to merit a share of tho public patronage.
Late of the Aim of McKay t-Campbell.
McKAY A CAMPBELL, Auctioneers,
No. 136 Meeting street,
May 23 thm3 Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING UNDER THE
name and style of J. b W. KNOX will be dissolved
by mutual consent on the let proximo.
JOHN KNOX. ;
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rrUTE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
I Copartnership under the nome and style of CAMP?
BELL, KNOX A Co., for the purpose of carrying on Ute
GENERAL AUCTION and COMMISSION BU3LNES8, at
the premises No. 65 HAS ELL STREET, formerly occu?
pied by the late firm of McKay A Campbell, said Copart?
nership to take effect on June 1st next ensuing.
JAMES T. CAMPBELL,
(of the late firm of McKay A Campbell),
Charleston, 8. C., May 17, 1867.
May 20 m th i
NEW SCHEDULE ON SPARTAN BUR G AND
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 20TH MAY INST,
the Passenger Train wiU run on MONDAYS, WED?
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS. Down Trains leaving
Spartubarg c. H., at 5 A.M., arrive at Alston at 11:30
A.M. Up Ti oins leaves Alston at 12:30 P.M.; arrive at
Spartanburg C. H., at 7:00 P.M. _
THOS, B. JETER,
President S. and U. Railroad.
UnionvUle, 8. C., May 16,1867.
Maj 23 _Imo
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
SAVANNAH St CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
OFFICE B7A O. RAILROAD CO., I )
Mux STOKE? DEPOT, ' >
CHARLESTON, May 20, 1867. )
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, 28TH INSTANT, THE
following change will be made In running the Pas
senger and Freight Cars ovor this Road, via the Passen?
ger Steamer ; WlU leave the Company's Wharf, at the
Mill street Depot, on Tuttday, Thursday and Saturday of
each week, at quarter before 6 o'clock, A. M. The Traut
will leave the Depot st St. Andrew's at 6 precisely, and
arrive at Saltketcher (the present head of the rood), at 9
o'clock, A. M. Returning same day, will leave Saltketch?
er at ?-e'clock, P. M, and arrive at Charleston at 7
o'clock, P. M., "stopping fit-aU th? regular stations oo the
Rood going and returning.
Thia chango ia made to facilitate planters and all others
having butta caa over the Road, by giving ample time to
visit their places, and return to the city, without tbs ox
posuro to night air in the country.
JOHN S. BYAN,
May 21 7 General Superintendent
SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING.
PIERSON & CO.,
No. QC HAYNE STREET,
OFFER THE BALANCE OF THEIR STOCK OF
READY-MADE CLOTHING at Wholesale or Retail,
at very low prices, to City and Country Trade, comprlr
lng ovary variety of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
GREAT ATTRACTION !
WE HAYE JUST RECEIVED OUR STOCK OF
YOUTH'S, BOYS', AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of fine and medium qualities, to which wa Invite
your attention. Call and examine. We will take pleasure
to show and sall them.
REMEMBER THE STORE.
GEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 213 King street,
MTDLLE OF THE BLOCK,
April 26 Imo Known sa Victoria Hotel Range.
CARHART, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN1 EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 67, 69
and 61, Hudson street near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGEN EN.
December 10 6mo . T. HAMILTON.
A. S HULL, Ag*.,
HAS REMOVED TO No. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SEDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will be glad to bee his aid friends and custom?
ers, an i has in s toro a full assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSIMEBES and VESTINGS of every va?
riety, which he will make up to orior at aa low prices as
any similar establishment
A FULL ASSOMMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FL?NN (formerly of C. D. Csrr A. Ob.,)
will raperluteud tho Tailoring Department as usual, and
wUl give bia especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making and Trimming.
May ll 3mo*
WHOLESALE ?3XD BETAIL DSALEB IK
CLOTHS, CASSLUERES AMI VESTINGS.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 Cmos CHARLESTON. 3. C.
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. 3.
NO. 34 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL
of superior quality are manufactured and offered
at fair terms to the Trade. The public are invited
to give tho AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N.).iION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD 8CEENTLFIC SCHOOL, )
EN?I?EEIUNO DEPARTMENT, [
YALE COLLEGE, November 16, 1866. )
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrode
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but after a thorough
trial of the American Polygrode Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by tho American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find thom superior to any pencil in use, even to
tho Faber or tho old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
These pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold tho point well;
they ara all that can he desired in a pencil, lt gives mo
great pleasure to bo able to assure Americans that they
will no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pono*ls.
Professor ol Drawing, Ac.
ALL PENCILS AHE STAMPED:
JO- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t te exact name of the firm :
took to it Gmo December 13
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
$3 per ?nimm, and, having ? huge circulation
through all the v pper and lower Districts of the State,
affords great a vantages to advertisers.
Bates for a*' /ertlaing very reasonable-for which apply
to our Agent Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the Mills House.
TH08. F. A R. H. 9RENE KER.
November 16 butors ana Proprietor*.
NO. 371 KING STREET.
GREAT BARGAINS I GREAT INDUCE.
BIENTS TO THE LADIES.
ELEGANT CRAPE, SILK, TULLE AND EMPRESS
CHIP BONNETS, AT GREATLY
R ELUDED PRICES.
MRS. S. J. COTCHETT INVITES THE ATTENTION
of the ladles to a variety of tho above Bonnets
she has just received from Kew York, end which she is
prepared to sell at very low prices. Also a variety of new
DRESS PATTERNS, TRIMMINGS, etc. 8 May ?23
MADAME Fi LUDECUS,
DEAL iii ?
UHRY IND FM GOODS
NO. 252 KIN6-ST, Up-Stoirs.
rfUKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OP ANFORMEND THE
X LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that she has
recently opened'a large assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad If La?
dles would call and examine them.
Mrs. Ludecus promises to sell at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with BmsU profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WOBK
Dono at the shortest notice.
She bas the agency also of Madame Dem crest for the
eale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of which
every Lady can be nor own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April G s tu th
JOHN P. TAYLOR JAMES BARKLEY.
?* IRON fr
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ABE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOB
HIGH and LOW PRESSURE, POSTARLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, BICE
THRASHERS (from new patterns, with ah the modern
improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS, Ac, Ac.
CASTINGS i\ IRON !\B BRASS
' -Promptly attended to with neatness sud dispatch.
Repairs to Marine and other Work,
Stall receive special attention.
FOB SALE-One 12-horse power CIEAM ENGINE,
nearly new; several new and second-h nd BOILERS, 6
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OP CONSTRUCTION.
10,12 and 20 Horse Power Steam
49" All Orders for REP .AIRS or NEW WORK shall re?
ceive our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN P. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll Imo
December 15_ stnthlyr
WILLIAM S. HE?IREY,
MACHINIST ll FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills. Corn Mills, Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Milla, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gins, and all kinds < '
Iron and Brass Castings, to order.
YOUR ATTENTION LS GALLED TO OUR SEDUCED
RATES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
1-4 FLOORING, st ?29 per M.
64 FLOORING, at $25 per M.
84 LINING, at $25 per M.
7-8 LINING, at $26 per M.
We also have various other sizes of dree ged and rough
LUMBKR, AU of which will be disposed of at lowest
EBA UGH & X ALLON EE,
PLANING MELL AND LUMBER YARD, i
HOBLBECK'S WHABF, NEAR N. E. BALLBOAD.
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Machinery of Every Description.
TAITS PATENT BOLLING LEVEE SHEARS
No. 50 Courtl?n<l-st., Corner of Greenwich,
KT JE "W YORK.
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, Ac, A ..
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable .Forges and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Trimmings,
Belting ot all kinds, Beginge Checks, Ac., Ac.
Also, Agents for tho manufacturers of CAR HEAD
ALBiiUl BRIDGES.ICELO. LANE.
NEW KORE STEM ENGINE CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANEES,
IMPROVED CAB WHEEL BOXES
MACBIMSTS' TOOLS OFALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December IP too
TO TAX PAYERS;
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the information ol' all persons concerned:
AK ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE TO RAISE ST7P
rilES FOB THE YEAR 1867, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen In City
Council asse.ubled. That all taxes payable under the Or?
dinance to raise supplies for the year 1367, and for other
purposes, be paid on or before tho 29th day of June next:
und that persons who shall make default of payment of
their taxes on that day, shall pay, in addition to the
Amount of their taxes, one and a half per cent per
month until the 31st day of July, when, it not paid, an
unount of two per] cent per month upon the amount
jftaxos shall be paid; and atter the 31st day of August
three per cent per month on the amount ot' taxes duo
jkatl be paid until payment of tho whole amount is made.
II. That all persons who neglect or fail to pay their
monthly taxos on or before the fifteenth day of each
month, shall respectively pay on tho amounts thorcof,
:wo per cent per month from such fifteenth day, until
payment is made.
Ratified In City Council this seventh day of May, In
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L a.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H SMTH. Clerk of Council 3mo May ll
THE CAROLINA TIMESj"
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG C. H.
I^HIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THE
X middle portion of tbs Stat?, and offers the best
hrtilitiss f*r sdTSrtiasr*. Fearuaty 3$
GROCERY AND MISCELLAKFOUS?
1GMIN OPERATION! "
THE STEAM GRIST A SD MEAL MILL
JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No; 14 Market st., opposite State st
mara -WELL; KNOWN - ESTABLISHMENT,- HAVING:
J. been disabled during the late unfortunate war, hare
lately completed their Mill after the latest modere im?
provements, and are now prepared to furniah the publie
with fresh ground GRIST and MEAL at all times, and
will grind either on toll or for cash, at lowest rates.
JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. U Market street, opposite State street
May 23 _thm2moe
"I f\ HHDS. PRIME GROCERY SUGAR.
A.\J 60 bola, primo Grocery Sugar.
For sale by J. A. ENSLOW * CO.,
May 33_a_No. Ul East Bay.
RICE, FLOUR, &c.
r A TIERCES PRIME CAROLINA RICE
O\J 100 ?orcea?prime East India-Rice
100 barrels cheap East India Rice
60 barrels Superior and Fine Flour.
For sale low by j, g. SCHIEMER,
May 23_thetas_No. 198 Best Bey.
n AKD.VER'S AMD PLASTER'S POTA.
VjT TOES and other vegetables, purchashed in eur
quantity at highest Cash market ratee, by
HOPKIN8, MCPHERSON" St .CO.,
May 9 thmlmo North Atlantic Wharf.
O A A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN.
ftUUU For sale by SC REVEN k NISBET,
May 16_Accommodation Wharf.
HAT AND CORN.
A AA BALES PRIME HAY.
WU 1000 Bushels White Corn.
Per Steamer J. W. Everman. For sale by
" HF. BAHES It CO.,
May 90 _Ko. 00 CumberrUnd gt
BACON AN? FLOUR.
ftP HHDS, BACON
?? soo bbl*. Flour. For sale at prices to snit the
times, by * WM. GURNEY,
Mayal_3_ Ko. 103 East Bay.
PRIME DRY CYPRESS SHINGLES
20.000 &^ SCHEVEN 4 NESBIT,
M?y31 8 Accommodation Wharf.
'AA BOXES SOAP VARIOUS QUALITIES AND
fJUU prices at GEO. W. CLARK b CO'S.,
May 20 6 Corner East Bay and Cumberland atar?ete.
FLOUR! FLOUR ! !
. JUST RECEIVED.
1 AA BARBELS STRONG BAKERS' FLO Li H
1UU 100 barrels Family Floor
I0O barrels Extra and Family do. in sacke.
For sale cheap for cash at
GEO. W. CLARK er'CO'S.,
May 30 0 Comer Root Bay and Cumberland streets.
fT AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, IN TWO
0\J\JVJ and three bushel sacks.
For sale by T. J. KERR.
GEORGE W. WttLUMS & IO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHUECH STREET, CEABEE8TON, 8. 0.
WILLIAMS, T?YL0R & CO.,
NO. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(INOOBPOBATED HOVWHXa 1,
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. He CHAFES, Agent
NO. 307 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, ? ?.
HOOK, SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Portwine Bitten. Claret, Sooomo Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne (in quarts), Sonoma Cham?
pagne (in pints, Hin?, ease)-in woodand ?lasa.
April 30 tn tb eft m oe
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the nae of DB. JOINVTLLE'g EL?XIR yon
can ba cured permanently, and at a trifling cost
The astonishing success which has attended this in?
valuable medicine for Physical and Nemma Weakness,
General Debility and Prostration, Loee of Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthful
Indiscretion, renders it the most valuable preparation
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement incapacity to study or business, lois of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, tears of in?
sanity, kc. It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed.it by sensual excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Qoack Doc
tors" and ignorant ptactinoners, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and bo at once restored lo health and hap.
pin ess. A perfect Cure is Guaranteed in every inetinoe
Prioe tl, or four bottles to one address ?3,
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOLNVILLE'S SPECIFIC PELLS, for the
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure
taral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and ?ll affections 0
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cores effected in from one to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracta
that ass hanni eos on the system, and never nauseate Uta
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of die
is necessary while using them, nor does then* action in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Price $1
Either of the above-mentioned articles will be sent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mall o
express on receipt of price. Address od orders to
BERGER. SHUTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 288 River street Troy, N. Y.
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
So 127 READE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON,
40-Agency tor E?TON'3 PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. All orders sent will be promptly attended
to._6mos _,p?cembpr 1?
THE BEST TOIC JOWI OSE !
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 537 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on band.
Subscriptions received and Gooda delivered or for?
warded by Mall or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will bo promptly attended to.
rpHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
JL for the information of all concerned :
AN OED IK ANCE TO HEGHLATE TEX CUS A* SINO OT FRITZES
AMS VAULTS TS TRI CORPORATE LI?OT8 OT TUX CITT.
I. Be lt Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, That
from and after the ratification of this Ordinance, it shall
not be lawful for any person to cleanse or remove the
contents of Vaults or Privies within the limita of the
city, without having previously obtained a license for the
same; all such licenses to expire on the 31st December
of every year, and be subject to all requirements impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating the granting of Licenses for
Drays ?nd Carts.
LL That the use of Barrels in open Carts and Wagons
is prohibited, and parties applying for License will be re?
quired to provide closed Carts suitable for the purpose.
UL All persons having such License shall report at
one of the Guard Houses, during the day, his or their in?
tention to do such work daring the ensuing night; in the
Lower Wards such report to be made to the Main Guard
House, in the Upper Warda to Upper Guard House.
IV. The place or pisces for th\ deposit of each offal
shalt be designated from time to time by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of auch Licensed Cart or
any other person who shall violate any of the provisions
of this Ordinance, or sholl neglect or refuse to observe
the same, or any of them, shall forfeit and pay for each
offence a fine not to exceed twenty-five dollars, to bo en?
forced by the Mayor In his Court, or recovered ia any
other Court of competent jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this seventh day of May, in tho
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six?
[L. al P. C. GAILLARD,
W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Council 3mo May io
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED EOS OFFICE FROM CHALMRBti
. street to No. 83 CHURCH STREET, ono door
north ol Broad street. Angus* 8}