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Jou WORK.-Wo barn now completed our offlco
i (i us (o oxoculo, in tho shortest possible timo
.'.LI. KINDS Ol*' JOH WOltK, ami ?TO most ro
I poolfully ask Dm patronage of our friends.
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POST OKFICK, I
ClIAniJaroN, H. a, 3lay li, 1H07. (
Hereafter, uiyj^ furl hoi notice. Die Nnrlliouslcrn
Maila will clono at LI3 i". M., ami arriving at (ho
D'ipol at 9.15 A. M. will ho ro.idv lor delivery at ll
o'olock. On Sundays thu Tout OllL-u will open at
12.30 P. M. Tor ouo hour.
Tho Maila for South Carolina Railroad will con?
tinuo to cloaa tinily ut ti o'clock A. M., und Tor tho
Savannah and Charleston ltnilroul at O' A. M. on
Hondura, \Yediit<>J ay ? and 1'riday*.
STANLEY O. Tit OTT, P. M.
r.oport of tho Chief of Hiv Piro Department of tho City of
dmr,es tun, 8. C., ending Ap. ll 'ti, 1807.
Wo bara roc aired a copy of tho foregoing pamph
1 J', which ws will not ico at length in our noxt
A MOVE IN TIIG UIOIIT IHitncTios.-Several
young mon of lilia city entered iipnu tho diitioa of
cotton markov* ami menders yesterday. Thoy
liavo ilutorminuJ to put thoir diouldors lo tho
whool, and tim proaont uiovcmonl ia only tho ini?
tiative. Thin business lin? long boen confined to
paraotin who, th utah nltcntivo mid eiiicicnt, could
novorriso, :ui:l vimy can cattily find omployincn*. in
cornu other vocation. Tl ?o io ara at present a imin?
bar of young nim In tilla oily who nro out ol' em?
ployment, and hy duv.itiiii; thoiuaclvea to thia bu
pincsa they will not only ho making aonio ninney,
but will bu nc puring a knowledge of (ho tottoti
Intuition >. which may ultimately prove of great ad?
vantage to thom.
MAYOJI'S CoDttr, Juno \.-An individual whoso
dog attempted to carry oft (ho calf nf a colorad
man's lot;, waa fined $10. und tho mau ndviacd tu
prosecute (hu owner of tho vicious animal.
A countryman, who waa found lying down dr uni;
in tho a'.root. in company with n pair of ahoua and
two shirts, waa Unod SS.
Two black boya, who woro rcfroabitig (hcuiBulvca
by (browing bricka nt each oilier, willi au Intotil
tn hurt, if possible, wera compelled lo throw $3
each into tho City Treasury.
Two youths, one while ?nd otto colored, who nn
dorlouk to exhibit timi ability in tho grand MOiooOO
of self-defence, without any ohargQ to tho dolight
cl crowd, woro Unod .Vi euj) for the show.
Tho member of tho liarle;, u. um Artillery, of i tm
spokuii ol bolero, waa fined (> for getting drunk
and going to a bouso whero nobody liv. d, and ex?
pressing a vory Hlroug tlesiro to li.rht Ibo ?ornatos.
A young man, who was llgbling annie ono in tho
Street who couldn't bo designated, paid fi.
Tho drntikisls were out in large force, and oneh
Eitbiutttod to a fluo of $~> with as much grace os if
ho bad bcon askod to tako something.
UNITED STATES Cotmr, lion. C nor ar. S. BUTAN
proeiding.-Thc tcatiuiony in tho caso of tho Uni?
ted Statoa vt. TM barrels of molasses, waa rend,
nnd tho further hearing poatponod to Juno, 25th
Conoxon'slNQOEST.-Tiio inquest hold by Coro
nor Win i iso ou the body of Jio colored child,
Corn >ila Yordicr, found in tho water off tho Hal?
ton-, waa concluded yesterday. It excited consid?
erable internet among tho colored population, mid
tho Coronor'a offico waa au crowded timi lio was
compelled to adjourn to tho court house, tv li o re
tho spectator! could ho nccoiumotlatcd. Tho
r.ogroea suspected Mr. and Min. IRWIN, thc land?
lord of ChiKoIm, mid werb anxious to havo a clear
statement made. It. B. Elliott, a colored lawyer,
nnd O. C. HOWES wero present during the hive: li?
gation, and expressed iliouiticlvos folly satisfied of
tho correct noss of thu verdict.
A largo number of wltucssos woro examined,
and thoir testimony waa very clear and succinct ;
bnt owing to tho lnlciioas of tho hour tvhou it noa
obtained, wo oro compelled to give only a synopsis
of their ovidenco. SMAUT CUIBOLM, tho step?
father of tho child, hired a room l'roiu Mr. IBWIN,
on South Day, opposite Legat o Biroo!, early laat
week. After rn us"..in,; four day a ho waa notiGcd
by Mr. IBWIN (O liane, and, uftur aoarobing for a
placo, moa od aoroiM tho atmet. Thiiraday night
Chiaolm and his wifo moved every arlielo oxcopt
the bcd on vrhich tho child, Cornelia Vordior, waa
They wore absent about 15 minutes, and un tboir
return found the child miasiug. A search wan im?
mediately inetituted, but tho child could not bc
found; huton Friday, Oeorgo JcamugB and John
White, two colored fishermen, found (ho body
Hosting oft tho Battery. It waa brought to tho
i city, and Coroner WIUTTNO notified. Ho inme?
diately ornpanDOlIcd a jury, and thc following tes?
timony waa olicitod :
Mr. IBWIN depusod that Chianina rcntod a room
from him, but llud.ng that ho waa a bad character
nnd boro a falso nomo, ho told him to leavo, and
ho moved acraBa tho street. Mra. IUWIN end that
the partios commenced moving on Thursday eve?
ning, and had ucarty complotod tho task when
Ohisolm came lo tho shop from Dougherty's wharf,
and naked if bia wifo waa thcro; she eaid no; but
his wifo soon carno across tho strcot and joined
him; thoy went out together, and hearing aloud
talking, oho neut to ace what was Ibo matter, whuu
sha was told that thu child was missing.
Tho other wituoaaua woro principally colored por?
tions, who testified thai. Chisuhu and his wifu had
neted lu a a'.rango and indifferent manner about
tho loss of (ho child. Chisolut avering that ho
had gouo (o a fortune teller, who told bim that tho
child waa drownod. Chi a olin endeavored lo put
thu losa of. tho child upon In? IN, but bis ovidenco
could tint implicaba him and ho waa clcarod of all
Aftor a careful investigation, which was con?
tinued for aovoral days, tho Jury anived at a con
olualon which mot with tho approbation not only
of tho Iorgo number of colored persons present,
but also of their representatives, KLbiurr aud
Tho verdict waa that Cornelia Vordior carno to
her doath on tho nig at of Thursday, May 30tb, by
drowning at tho hands of Smart Chisohu, colored.
lt Eon UH MEETTMO or ClTT COUNCIL.-Council
mot at tho City Hall.
Present-His Honor tho Mayer ; Aldormon
DAVEN EL, WnAoo, OEUDTS, O'NEILL, STEINUEYEB,
OE.NE?, UoKoun, JlAUSUALE, ENSTON, Wuru>EN,.
PIMNOLE, SHALL, EMILE, lie II.LU. WILLIS.
Tho minnie J of Ibo laal meeting wero read and
Tho position of severn! liquor dealers, praying
for a rcducl inn of tho inxandof the pi ice of liconao,
which was signod by two or tlirco hundred citi?
zens, was relcrrcd to tho Committee on Liccnaos.
Tho potitionof .TAIU.S MOVEX for A junk-shop li
eonao was referred to tho Cominittoo on Licousos.
Tho application of JAS. T. ANDEBSON, for tho re?
newal of oily six por cont, stock, was granted on
hie ahowingthat tho regulations bad boon obeyed.
T.,o pelitiou was grouted.
Tho communication if Mr. J. L. JonNsoN, in
reference lo a woodou building now lunn,; crootod
on Tradd ?tr. ol, botvvoon Logan and Now streets,
was referred to tho Commit too on Brick nnd
The Board of C jiumissiouors of tho Orphan
Houao invited tho .Mayor and Aldurmon to visit
that institution al thoir school oxnmiiution ou tl.o
Gili ins . Tho invit?t on was accepted.
Tho return of tho City Sheriff for May, 1867, and
of suudry bills against tho oily, wero referred to
tho Com nu ti n on Accounts.
A memorial fron tho Bluo Kid g o Railroad was
road hy tho Mayor, and roforrod tv thu Committee
Tho petitiou of Mesara. SIMONA & SIMONS, rela?
tive to a communication from Mr. O. Far/.NA N S KI,
concerning ids titloa to land on tho Citadel Sq tiaro
waa referred to tho Cominittoo of Ways and Means.
Thu first quarter's transactions of tho Boper
Hospital, was received aa information.
Alderman WOILDIH, of tho Committee from
Words G aud 8, reported unfavorably on tho
lighting of tho city in that quarter, bul rocbin
wended Council to havo tito pavements, sidewalks,
Ac,, fixed and repaired as anon aa tho finances
would warrant. Adopted, jj ri
Tho Mayor read a communication from tho own
era of Cblaolm's Mill, referring to tho condition of
. tho Tradd street causo way, 'und it quos ti ii g Coun
i ell to havo tho ?amo altu?detr to. Tho "Mayor
oUted that tho Mosars. OniHOLH had not al tended
to tho contract bolwcon tho city and themselves,
and tho city waa not bound to niako thoao repairs.1
Deferred lo tho Committco on atrooU. '<
Tho coiumuaicaliou irom tho Truatocs of ?tho
Boper Hospital, calling attoution to tho said itoa
pltal and Ita nao a gcnoral city hospita), wruirrc
.<)ferrodtotheBoardof Hoalth. ,.- , (,
w N . Report . o? tho Board of Piro Maaten fer tho
year ending in 1867, waa received a? information.
Tho Hill to. aanjnd ..and alter .tho lioeuso law,
oJ'^.P'^P0^ ' * '.' ' , ... j
Tho potllion o? Mr. Jfo. O. BUIICKUETEII to ho
refund? (1 certain taxe? pahl during tho past fow
J ears, ?n after maturo deliberation lost.
Alih'i uinu HONOUU mado a motion that when tho I
avon mid noca bo called for it bo determined by tho j
rising of tlireo uimnbora, which wau 'accepted.
Alderman UEADTS offered a roBolution that tho
tax-payers bo empowered to have tho sidewalks in
front of tin >ir stores repaired at thou- own oxpouso,
the ni ii ' KUI t to bo deducted from tho taxoa paid to
tho Treasury. Tho ayos eud noes wcro called and
thc motion waa lost.
No further business appearing, tho Council ad?
VEO ET AJILE CBATXS.-Mesara. SALTZHS ic. Hocus I
notify tho public that they oro prepared for a fruit |
m uslin. nud havo on baud crates of a uniform size,
iidaptod expressly for shipping inorchanls. Or- j
dort) 1 "ft at tho factory, corner of Rutledge aud
ilcAufain stroots, will moot with prompt attention.
SELLING Orri SELLING Orr I-We invito tho at- |
(dillon of tho shopping cummnnity to this au
uuunccnient that appears in another column.
Messrs. I. L. KALK A Co. desigu making a chango
iu their business, and to effect thia tboy will dis?
puso of their largo stock of ready-made clothing
nt and below coat. All persona in nood of those
articles, would oct wisely in giving Messrs. FALK
.V Co. a call, whero thoy will be ablo to mako a
capital investment, and will bo easily suited.
TnE CHARLESTON BOARD OF TBADK_Tho rog- I
ular monthly mcoltng of tho Board waa hoid at
thc Charleston ilotol Clob Boom, at 8} o'clock P. [
Tho following roport was read and adopted :
GENTLEMEN :-Tho committee appointed undor a
resolution unanimously adopted nt tho lost regu?
la i meeting of tb i association, for tho pur ioso of
distributing tho amount collected from mombers
of thia Hoard, for tho poor of this city, respectfully
beg leavo to mako tho following roport :
It mu-1 bo acknowledged thal the ditty assigned
us was ono of great responsibility, and in this in?
st anco wo have endeavored to carry out tho maxim
ttiat "charity begins nt homo" by rolioviug, as far
ns it was iu our power to ascertain thom, tho
waubs of tho m whoso association? woro formerly
with tho mercantile interests af our community.
An our Board ie not a charitable association, and
much roliof is extended from associations of thal
kind in our city to different persons, wo doomed it
j nat and proper that our donatione should bo con?
fined to this class of people as far au practicable.
Tho fund donated, (910, togetu ir with $100
Sonorously contributed by a Boston firm t brough
Monars. E. B. Stoddard ic Co., making a sum total
of $1010. has beau distributed to eighty (80) In?
dividuals, in sums varying from five (fi) to fifty
(50) dollars, in each instance tho rooipiont receiv?
ing pro raia as their wants sreinod to require
That euch individual who has bcon rolievod
from tho proceeds of this fu d thoro can ho no j
doubt was a just and worthy roeipient, having
been recommended to tho committoo by tho clergy
end difTerout merchants, of our city, and in almost |
e vi ry instance have been vim led in person hy dif?
ferent mombers ot tho committee.
Accompanying tho report is rt list oontaining
tho names aud residences of thoso who have par?
ticipated in chis roliof, which will bo filed by tho
Secretary of tho Board, subjeot to inspection!
All of which U respectfully submitted.
J. N. R0U80N, Chairman.
A. H. HAYDEN, 1
F. FLEMING, I ^
HENRY COB?A, ??m
JNO. F. O'NEILL, J
Joint D. BTKELK, Secretary.
On motion of W. S. HASTIE, it was rosolvod
That tho record of the recipients of the "Board
of Trade Fund" bo destroyed by tho Committeo
without hoing read to this Boord.
Tho resolution which waa offorod ot tho last
meeting by Air. STBAUSS, to alter and amend tho
aocond and fourth soctions of Rulo 5th, waa taken
up for consideration and passed. | Tho aniond
moots incroaao tho initiation fco from $5 to $10,
and fixes Ibo annual contribution at $10, without
Tho following Preamblo and Resolution was of?
fene! by Mr. W. 8. HASTTK, and unanimosly
Whoreaa. tho bonne of John Fraser & Co., of
Ibis city, of whiob ho uno several partnors aro effi?
cient nicmbot s of this Board, havo hy ibo forco of
circumstances been compelled to Buspond pay
incut, and viewing tuo suspension of said houao
by reason of ita groat enterprise, a public calami?
ty, bo it
Resolved, That wo deeply Bympathiso with the I
partners ur this hooao in their misfortunes, and |
sinccroly hopo that thoir troubles will bc morely
temporary, and that they may bo enabled shortly
lo start upon a fi cab career of usefulness.
Mr. ll. H. DKLBON offorod tho following pre- I
.imbi" aud roajlution, which was unanimously j
KVioviis, In limes of commercial proBanro, ru?
in rs of tho suspension or failure of businoas mon
uro tao otton propagated, and aproad through tho
community to tho groat detriment of individ?ala
nud to commercial injury, and whereas, tho com?
mercial integrity of a meroantile community is
of tho greatest mom-nt, aud any injnrv to an in?
dividual may bu rogiu-dcd aa a publie evil and
calamity, and as it cannot he denied that ruuob
trade iii ay bo diverted from Charleston by the'
moro intimation of failures circulated through tho
country, aud as produce will not bo consigned 'to
places whore mcrohanta aro report od in a fulling
Inert/ore, Resolved, That tho Board of Tradeof
Charleston deprecates tho tendency to circulate
report*, of suspension or failures of commercial
houses based on rumors, and ouruostly ' locom
uiond to tho community ut largo great caution in
circulating or cr< diting reports atfecting the well?
being of commercial houses.
Geu. J. W. Harrison, President of tho Bluo
Bulgo Railroad Company, waa introduced to this
meeting, and addressed it at length in tho interest
of bia mid.
'.'ho following resolution, offered by GOD.
C oBNET, was adopted :
Jicso'ced, 1 hat a Committee of Five, with tho
Preaidont, bo appointed from thia Board to wait
on the Com m mi ding General of the Second Mili?
tary District, and coufoi- with him in r-huton to
bis recent or dora, which, in our judgment and ex?
perience, aro likoiy to tend to obstruct tho colloo
tiou of just dobts, theroby destroying mutual con?
fidence at home,'aud creating distiust of Charles
Ion merchants abroad, increasing, whon capital is
mo t noeded, tho disinclination of capitalists to
Dudor thia resolution, tho following gentlemen
were appointed a Committee : Messrs. QUDJTKT,
HASTIE. BATES, CODIA, TATT, and MUMIIIM.
Tho mooting thon adjourned.
PECTOIIAX BALM is a mark known to all, from
tho coast of Labrador to the ext rom o South, ase
rem edy for all diseases of tho lungs. It stands
without an equal, an is daily provod hy tho unlimit?
ed demand. For salo by all druggists.
DOWIE A MOIMI'., Agouts.
GOODRICH, WINE MAN <k CO., Agents.
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If you want Books bound in any a ty lo, or Account
Books mado to order, with any desired pattorn ot
ruling, go to Hnuu H AURIA, No. 6? Broad stroot.
ALL KIN DH OF JOB W?BS DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction gales This Day.
It. M. MABSUALL et Doo. will sall thu day, st 10X
I o'clook, at No. 33 Dread s troc t, 1 plow bono, 3 mules,
top baggy, Ac
u. HALAS will a?tl this day, at ll o'clock, on Acoonuno- |
I dation Wharf, muscovado augur and molasses.
CIMPOXLL A KNOX will scU this day, at IO o'clock, at
j their aateiroom, No. S3. Hasel street, straw gooda, mill
I nary, dry goods, Ac
. H m TH A MOOILXJVBAT will sell thlf day, st 10,'i
o'clock, at No. 37 Broad street, Iron tafo, crockery, Ao.
P. II. B.
Are synonymous with Health, Binngih and Vigor.
I The a oe rot will bo ru vealed by Investing in a bottle of
PAN KN IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by aU 1
The Time to Advertise Ita tn* Country.
TUE I'musn has a largo circulation throughout'til?
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rates as reisonablo as the s Url og on cy of tbs money mar?
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lbs columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. KEMIY, Proprietor,
February'35 . Columbia, 8.'
Know thy Destiny.
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you are to marry, and by tba aid of an Instrumsnt of In?
tense power, known ss the Pi yeh o mo trope, guaran toes to
produce a Ufo-Uke picture of the future husband or wife
or tba applicant, together with dato of marriage, position
tn Ufo, leading trait? of character, Ao. Thia ls no hum.
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guarantee, that tbs picture ls what lt purports to be. By
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ago, disposition sod complexion, and enclosing fry cent i
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All conmianieauass sacredly coo Aden tish Address, in
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?olson,I?V' .I I?7 ' s . . taaaaskfo
That Picaneas st tho Klonisch, Palo between th? Should?
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Costiveness, Drowsiness aol Languor, Dimness ot Sight,
Collo, Palpitation of tho ll cart, L ry Cough, Low Foyer, and
other Symptoms which Ind?calo tho various phasos of
Acoto and Chronic Liver Complolnt, sro, ono and all.
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nOSTETTEll'3 BTOSIA.CII B1TTEBS,
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most genial ofaperlcuts.au InfslUsblo rrgulitor, and a
poworful restorative. Persons of bilious habit, who use,
tho bitters es a protective medicino, will uovcr suffer tho
pains sud pen lilies of Ll ?or dlscaso or bilious Itomlltont
Koror. Mo words eau do Jusllca to Hs.
It stands pre-eminent among thc health restoring pre?
parations of tho ago, and ovcry yeer adds lo Its I min, not
only lu thia country, but throughout tho civilized world.
Juno 3 0
Ilentlq'rs. frlUltrtry Post of Charleston,)
CaauLZSToN, S. C., May ititb, 13CT. I
UsNznix ORDKIS, .NO. IB.
I. The following aro announced ss Registration Pre?
cincts of tho Military Post of Chsrleston, comprising tho
geographical Districts of Charleston, Dcrkeloy, and Col
leton, viz. :
PARI8D.ES OE ST. PHILIP AMD ST. MICHAEL
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
Fi HST Pace rn OT_Wsrd Wo. 1-Olly Hall. Ward No.
SXCOMD PlicotnOT.-Ward No. 8-1st Poll, Market;
3d Poll, Palmetto Engine Houso, Anson street.
TninD PazcntOT.-Ward No. 4-1st Poll, F rr gin o
Houso, Archdale atroot; 3d Poll, Engt no House corner
George and Coll ego s troc ts.
Forum PnioiKOT_Wsrd No S-Eaglo Englno House,
Wsrd No. 0-Washington Engine Houso, Vandcrborst
Ward No. 7-Engine Houso In Columbus etrcoL
Ward No. 8-Wir-az's Wagon Yard, King strooL
li I : ll li l i,ic -j DISTHICT.
PARISHRS OF CHRIST CHOROH, AND RT. THOMAS
AND ST. DENNIS. .
F curr PRECINCT.-ML Flcaaaxtt Poll, Fiftoon Milo
House roll, and St. Thomas' Muster House Poll.
PARISH OF ST. ANDREW'S.
H ECO:; ii PnxorMOT_Club Houso Foti, uu tho Mein, and
Behool House Poll, Jame?' Island.
PARISH OF 8T. JOHN'S, COU.ETON.
Turan PazatNcr.-Club Houso Poll, Ed is to Island;
Rockville, Wsdmalaw Island, sud Legare villa, John's
Island. ! .
PARISH OF ST. JOHN'S, BERKELEY.
For/BTn PazorHCT_"?limns Pond Poll; Fulls'? Old
Field PoU, and Discs. Oak PolL
FITTIJ Para riv OT.-Biggin Church Poll and Strawberry
PARISH OF 8T. JAMES', GOOSE OREEK.
SIXTH PnxcnxoT.-Oooso Crook Poll, Tar Kiln PoU and
SK VE NT 11 PazcoNcrr-Cross Roads Poll and Hickory
PARISH OF ST. STEPHENS'.
Eiorrrn PUECINUT.-PinerLUo PoU and BL Stephen's
PARISH OF ST. JAMBS', SANTE E.
Nnrrn PBXOISOT.-Muster Hoose PoU and Dutart's
CObLK I O N DISTRICT.
BT. BARTHOLOMEW'S PARIBH.
FrasT Pszorrtor.-Smoke's Cross Hoads PoU and
Bell's Cross Roads PolL
Sxoonn Pazcnvcrr.-Yam's Boz PoU; Fork Box PoU;
Horso Pen Box PoU.
THUD Prizer* err.-Walterboro' PoU; Blue House PoU,
and Round O. PolL
Forjara PaaontcT.-Ash o poo PoU; Msplo Can? PoU,
and Jseksanboro Poll.
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH.
FIFTH PnrciHCT.-Cattle Creek PoU: Indian Field
Muster House PoU; Hiddle PoU and Summerville
ST. PAUL'S PARISH.
BlXTH Patentor. -Pariah House PoU; Beach House
PoU sod Rsntowlo's PoU.
II. ADV cttixon deal ring to serve as a member of one
of tho Board? of IlcgUtraUon for tho Military Post af
Charleston, msy forward bis application to these Head?
quarters, addressed to Lieutenant J. F. Messes. Otb
Infantry, Post Adjutant. Certificate*must accompany the
appUcaUon, showing tito applicant to bo a flt end proper
person to re?oive tho appointment.
HI. 1 he attenUon of applicants la called to tho follow?
ing paragraphs of Deners! Orders No. 18, lrom the Head?
quarters, Second Military District :
IV. AU persons appointed to make tho said Rc<rUtra?
llon of voters and to conduct said olcctinn wUl bo re?
quired, beforJ entering upon their duties, to toko and
subscribe the oath prescribed by tho Act approved July
3d, 1863, entitled "Au Act to prescribe an oath of office."
And If soy pc roo u abell falsely take and snbscribo such
oath or affirmation, such person so offending and being
duly convicted thareof, ?hall be subject to tho pains,
penalties and dhu bili ti e?_.willett, by law, are provided for
tho ouniRhmeal of too crime ot wilful ?nd corrupt per?
jury. Tbs form ot the oas)? ls herewith published, us
-_"L A. H., do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I have
ncVer voluntarily borne arms agatDstthe United Bia tea
alcoa I have been a cUlzcn thereof; tint I have volunta?
rily giren ho aid, co untenan co, counsel. or 'encourage?
ment to persons ongagod In armed hostility i h ero bo; that
I have neither sought, nor accepted, nar aUcmpted to
eicTclao'tho functions of any 'office whatever under any
authority, or pretended sut-ority. In bostUlty to tho
United 8tatce; that I h?vo no t yielded a voluntary sup?
port to any pretended government, author ty, power or
conttttutlou within the United States, hostile or Inimical
thereto. And I do fart er swear (or affirm) that, to the
best of my knowledge and ?bulty, I win support and de?
fend Ibo Constitution of the United fitstes against sdi
enemies, foreign or domestic; that I wUl bear true faith
and allegiance to the same; that I take thia obi!, allon
freely, without any mental roaervaUon or purpose of
evasion ; and that I will well and raith nilly discharge tho
duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So
help mn God. '<
V. Members of the Doards of Registration win be al
lowod ss compensation, four dollar- s day for os:h day
actually and nocoB.srUy employed In the performance of
their duties, ?nd ten coots a mlle for each nillo travelled
oa duty. Officers of tho army detailed for such duty,
wlU oe paid tho per diem end mileage allowed for attend?
ance on Court Marti ?I?,
VII. It ls essential that every Board ot RegistraUcm
should be composed ol persons of recognised considera?
tion and worth, fairly representing the population, and
in whose Impartiality and capacity the body of voters lo
the vlnclnage may have just reliance,
By order of Bro vt Brig. Oen'l H. B. Ours.
J. P. MUNROS.
1st Lient, Otb Inion try. Post Adjutant.
May 17 8 w
II ea do.'rs. lecond Military District,)
euiaLtvrm, 6. C., May 30th, 1887. |
[G rmiiii. O an zas No. 38.]
It appears from gundry petitions and official repre?
sentations that the present scanty supply of food tn the
Carolinas ia scrionsly diminished by tho large omantlty
of grain consumed In numerous dis UU erie?, put np and
worked ba defiance of tho revenan laws of the United
Hiatos ; lt ts rcprcs oted that few or nono of the require?
ments of law are observed m any of these estabUshmeuts;
that tbs officers Of Die, internal revenue service, while
endeavoring to a ss oas and oofioet the whiskey tax, are
frequently treated with dhxvcapect,-?nd sometime*
menaced with violence ; and that when offenders are
prosecuted la the civil co arts, and vioUUonn of the In*
? toma! revenue laws io disputably proved, indes fail to
! convict the partie* ; lt ls further shown that this un?
lawful trafilo makes food dearer in places where .Urge
numbers sro dopondlng upon publie and private bo an ty;
that the Government ts, Oeldes, defrauded of a largs
?mount of revenae ; thst tbs authority of lu civil officers
U brought loto contempt ; and furthermore, that the
mischief complained of tends to lacrosse poverty, dis?
order and crime ; therefore, in the exorcizo of the au?
thority vested in Ute Commanding a anora), lt ls ordered
L The dtstUUtlon or manufacture of whiskey or other
I ?pirlta from grain, U prohib? tod m this Military District.
Any persou so engaged OJ employed will be deemed gou?
ty of a misdemeanor. Tho po scanlon of a ?till, or other
sp para'.us for this purpose, wUl be considered pre sump
Uve ovid tin oe of s violation of the ft ,v cpu o Laws, sad the
patty or parties cuing tbs same, or on whoso premia s,
or in whoso poueszJoh the same may be found, wlU be
arrested and brought to trial before a military tribunal
composed of the Commanding- O dear-of tba Post and
two officers of the army, nezt In rank on doty within the
terr.torta) limits pf the Post, U the oxig?nelos of the
service do not permit tho detail of other officers, that
fact will be daly cartoned and lbs Pott Commander wlU
hear and determine the case.
IL The ponaUiOS. punishments and forfeit ere* pre?
scribed by the eevsref aoU of congress for distilling or
manufacturing whiskey or other spirit* la violation of
th? revenuo Uns wlU bo imposed and executed by the
military tribanaU hereby authorized.
UL No sentence eztcndlng to.lmprtaonmtct, forfeiture
of stills, liquor or other property, or the i m po s ttl on of a
fine or other penalty wUl be carried Into effect no ttl re?
ported to these Headquarters and approved by t' e Com?
manding Gene rob . ., .
TY. AU troopa of the United S Ufa, Mit?atrates, Bbariffz,
Constable?, Police and other* lu authority, are required,
and all citizen? aro noUolted, to be vigilant In detesting
sad prompt Sn giving information ot the violation of
those orders. Command! ig o tn cars WlU bo held re?
sponsible for their enforcement
By rora, rn ?nd of Major-General D. E. Siozits
" ' .. J. W. CLOUS,
Captain 88 lb Infantry,
A. D. U. lt A. A. A. O.
Official : Aixzajfusn Mooan, Captain 88th Infantry.
Alide^ssac.. W8 May M
The Greenville Mountaineer
IB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT tl M PEU
year, la ad vano*. AdyertiaornanU InacTted at usual
ratas. 1 r t '? o. E. ELFORD, :
May M EdHov and PttseJUtor j
Froo to Fvoiyuody.
A Larne C. ll'- Clrvulsr, ?Iviiig Information of (ho
greatest Importance to Ibo youiiy ot botb sexo?.
It loaches bow the homely may hocouio beautiful, Ute
dosplicd rospocted, awi tim fonialiou to .cd.
No young lady or fc-etiUonia-i diould fall to MD<1 thoil
address, and rooolvo a copy |H)Hl-|>aid. by raturu mall.
Address 1'. O. Drawer, 31,
Mawk SO ly? Tro?, N. Y.
A FINE LUNCH
Sor ved Every Day,
Fnoru ii TO ia 1-9 O'CLOCK.
30 CENTS EACH.
VEGETABLE AND FRUIT CRATES.
"TJfTE ARK MANUFACTURING GRATES, OF UNI?
TY FORM size, [co bu-hel euch,) expressly for ship,
ping VEGETAD!.EH ami FRUIT, andean supply any
quantity at abort notice.
Orders loft at our Factory corner Rutledge and Beau
falu stree la, will receive prompt allen: lou.
SALTUS ft MOCHE,
KINO STREET MERCHANTS AND OTU Id 1R WHO
wisb tbclr Hooks written up sud balsncod, or July
Dill's mado out. ran bM o tito ?imo douo wi tb neatness
snd dlsps'.eb, by an experience.! Aceouiitsut whoa? CY.>
A RARE CHANCE FOR CAPITALISTS.
Flouring and Saw Mill
fTVJIE FI HUT-CLASS FLOURING AND BAW MIL..
JL known ss tho "CHESTER MILLS," locslod In tho
town of Chester, 3. C., ls ufl red for salo by the sub?
Thia Mill ls situated bx ono of the best wheat produc?
ing it lae us in Ute .State, and ss ibo wheat crop Is an unu?
sually largo ono thia year, lt would los Ano chsnco fur
capitalists to nuke a rentable luvest uonU
Tho Mill ls a flrst-clsss one, capablo or turning out 100
barrels of fleur dally, ami is within DO yards of tbs rail
mad, wblcb glees Itali Ibo fauilitics for shipping.
Attached to tho same W a Quo SAW MILL, of Pago'o
For particulars, terms. Atc. apply to
J1HS HAMPS FIN A CO.,
No. i Matkci, oppoalts Stat? street,
Msy 30 wfmlmo_Ohar.cntoti, H. O.
ICE V ICE I ICE !
FFTY FOUNDS OF IfJE, AND TOWARD, DELIV?
ERED lu any part or tao ct y at 1 cont por pound.
A. G\GE & CO.,
Juno S_CHARLESTON ICE HOUSE,
OORNBRBROADWAY A MJ 17 1 li STREET,
M AV YORK.
THE UNDER KIN KD WILL DE PLEASED TO BEE
bis Southern friends. Tho choicest HAVANA si -
OARS, of sil the leading brands, with a general assort
mont of Smokers' Ardelo, alwaja on hind.
Juno?_D. U1TOLKNQUI, Agent.
EMIGRATION TO VENEZUELA.
fTUJE DNDERSIQ VED, G CN E H A I, AOENT FOR THE
J. VENEZUELA. COMPANY t'Oil THE STAPES OK
OEORGiAsud SOUr.I CAROLINA, ts uow in this atty
far Iho purposs of luuln^ grau.-* nf Und to Emigrants,
and dla pa tc ld lui the schooner, DEN WILLIS, for Orinoco
rind Caroni River., Venom its. on tho nth of Juno.
For passage or further iuformaUon, apply to
A. F. lt I'li LE It,
May St_0_Charleston UotcL
Methodist Episcopal Church South.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE THE AGENTS OF THE
Publishing House st NsaltvUie. ?
E. J. DAWSON & CO..
No. 155 M EL 11 Nil 8TREET.
SOME BARE AND VALUABLE DOOKS ARE YET
to ba bad at Ht Ul 'a HOOK STORE, at half pnoe,
but for a brief j ea tod, aa Uta Store will shortly doss.
Among tbs stock aro :
HALBHOOE'S ll I. HPK IA LOO Y, 6 vols., quarto
Quad ru peda of America, by Or. Ilaohman
Huonaparlo'a Ornithology, 6 vols., quarto
Cuvier's Animal Klng.lvni, coiored piatse
Rlccer'a Concho,o^y, colored plates
Dojdoll's .UtutTutlou- ol Sbahai^vue'sFlsys, folio
The Pyramids of c.Inez, I vol., loila
'ibo Cathedrals of Glasgow, 1 vol., folio
Tbs Public Buildings of London. 3 vols., folio
Tbs Ll erar y World. . 0 vols., milo
Thu American Alni anne, hum Ita beginning, 1800
Bryan's Dletlo ny of Painters, 3 vols., quarto
'1 h .. Engineora snd Machinist Assistant, 3 vols., folio
A sot of tho Library ot tho Fathers, couplets, 41 vols
A set of Daxlsr's rr. cu cal Works, i vols
Nonlbeimer's Hob.cw sud English Grammar, 3 vols
With many other valuable works on Art and Architek?
WILLIS & (J111S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL Al TEND TO TOE PURCHASE, RALE AND
Siif i MENT (to Foreign and DomoaUe. Putta) ol
COTTON. 1SKE. LUMBER AND NAVAL HTORE8.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Ci ar I r sto ia. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. UHISOLM
General Commission Merchant.
Manufacturer of Paner,
OF VARIOUS KTND8,
KO. 1?7 It K A ll IC STREBT,
Corner Hudson Stront, New York,
TTY KALEB IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OT
Jf 'vervdca<T'pt'on lor Hs manufacture.
I ie. ?tu 111 18 Arno
WILLI Ail KKOOKBANHS,
8 TH AM GAB PITTER AND PLUMB KI
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL Q'S FUTURES, OAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
UM'ti TO. - Na lit' Kl.iasi'REt.1.
August 81_icrwfr?. ? a ? n.. ..mi-i' HHH
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED ? r-. EXTRACT
DY % \? i of a tetter from a
I MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
I at Madras, to bis
TO ax mx owLr X9f fv Brother at
A,*-.j WORCESTER, May,
Good Sanco ;SS?7.V?i=
'?J W~ "Tell LEA A PER
XHD APFiJCAiuj -K-JC- ' BINS th st their RAUCi
'.t5!!'" ls highly esteemed m In
TO v-jLjr.: ula, and ls, lu my opinion
tba most palatable, as
EVERY VARIETV ?vjjr-'y well ac the most wiu/e
$Wf$ noms SAUCE that ts
OF DISH. HEBE, made."
Tbs success of this most delicious and unri valle I oort,
dim ant having caused many uuprin^plod do? .ors lo
apply tba name to Spurioxu Compound), the Pauo II
ruptxtfuPy and tan.utiy roques toil to tea that lae name
Of LIA II PataVBTXl ara upon tho WRAPPER, LABEL
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA ti PERRINS, Woroeiltr.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB TUB UNITED STATES.
October 19_fm wi yr
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
CITY MAU? Novumber 9, lSiHV, J
ALL PERSON. DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TOE
Burnt Dlstrtols snd Watta Piscan of Hie City,' an?
der "An Act of tbe General Assembly, giving authority
to lbs Otty Council of charleston lo procee I In the mat
tar of s Fire Loan, ?dib a view lo aid In building up the
Olly anew," aro hareby notified that the form, of appU- i
?cation for loans can be obtained at the office el the Olerk
of Council, botwoeu the bows of 9 A. M. and 3 P. Sf.
Ail applicatiooa must be tn d In the above mentioned
office, ss tbs Commutes will meet every Aie*clay lo con?
sider tbs same.
By order or the Mayor W. tl. SMITH,
November IO_ Clerk of Courte)!.
IB AN EXCELLENT ADVE.UTIS1KG MEDIUM.' LET
Merchants and buaineaa men try lt fcrafsw mon lbs.
?'Norlak no gain." bend on your carda and inervase
your trade this faU. There's not bing to equal Pnntor'a
ink-lt has mads many a loraine.
Tarma for tho paper-?B per annum, In ad varna.
Advertisements Inserted si the rate of ?I per square ol
twslvs lines or leas for each Insertion. i
- cards of un Uoas Ar leas, at tba rat* of 110 fat three |
."iDoo?-acts by the year or for si? rtvmths, alio wing priT
Usee of ^."ifhig. on mott favorable tarms. Addrasat
^ , . EDWARD A. DROH80N.!
Hov ?mixt Iv f nojj^a .nicrcuriitof j
? uti: AM? ilium.
nMCuETll & IM Vii Mil/
Corner East Hay and Exchange ?SI.,
M .\T OLD I'OHTOfrTI^E.
RISKS TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING RELIABLE
FlRT-CLASS COMPANIES :
CAPITAL AND ASSETS
SIX MILLION DOLLARS!
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED
Paid in Charleston.
MARYLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, of Ballimore,
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS' IKSUHAnOE COM
PANT, or Baltimore, Maryland.
ASSOCIATED KlitEMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
of UalUmoro, Maryland.
HOWARD INSUIIANCE COMPANY, of Ballimore
NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of baltimore.
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Now York.
YONKERS AND NEW YOIIK INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE COMPANY VALLEY OF VIHOINIA, .
GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Tallahassee,
ORIENT MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of New Zork.
J.RAVEXELMACU VTII..D. RAVENEL, Jr.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPAM
J. E. EDWARDS. Pnnlileut.
W. B. ISAACS, Vlco-Proalr* >nt.
D. J. HARBSOOK, Boer olary.
CHAS. N. Hill ni. Med. Examlnor.
A Reliable Southern Company.
BATES AS LOW AS ANY OTHER COMPANY, AND,
when des'red, premiums ruado pavablo monthly,
quarterly or semi-annually, or half nf tho annual pre?
mium lu cash, and tho remalndor by note et twelve
months, Ihoioby bringing lt wit .In tho roach of all.
8. VEN-ElOUrUS OF ALL TUE SURPLUS FUNDS,
after paying expenses, divldod every year among policy
holders entitled to proUL
Call ead gol a circular and road tho advantages to be
derived tram insuring lu tho 1 'ARLINOTON."
J. li. HONOUR, Agent,
May to wfmlmo NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
FIRE MME COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.?10,000,000 IN OOH?.
GIBBES &, CO., Agents
NO. lb ADDER'S SOUTH WHARF.
Docember 7 mwflyr
JOHN F. TAYLOR. Ja MES BARFTJ?Y.
-IX IRON fy
Charloston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR I
HIOH sad LOW PRESSURE, POltTABLE ?nd
STATIONERY HTEAM EN01NES ?nd BOILERS. RICE
THRASHERS (from now patterns, wllh all tho m odom
Improvemontai, STEAM SAW MILLS, Ac, Ac.
?'GS IN IRON IND BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marino and other Work,
Shall receive ?nodal ?ttontlon.
FOB BALE-Ono 13-boree power .".ISAM ENGINE,
nearly now; several now and socond-b nd BOILER 1,1
to io homo power,
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION.
10, 12 and 20 Horse Power Steam
MSkT All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shaU re?
ceive our prompt and careful attenUon.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE no.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR WHEEL R?XES.
MACQINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTION
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREnOOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
NEW V MUK.
December IP imo
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
rpi LU BO AP REQUIRES ONLY TO BB USED TO
JL prove Its superior quality. Use lt ss you would
any common Beep. Try It and yon will bo convinced
that itu superior to any other article In market, .For
tale by Orocere eenaisliy.
Manufactured by TAYLOR at YOUNO, No. 180 Front
oreel, Now York. For sale by
OBUBER h MARTIN,
No. 338 King street
H. BISCHOFF At CO.,
No. 197 East Bay.
OHO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
Corner Church and Hayos streets.
DOWIE k MOISE, Druggists.
No. 161 Heeling ?treat.
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January v3 wtinflmo
TO TAX PAYERS)
rrUTE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
?. for tho in i omi? J ou of all poisons concerned:
AIT OBEIMAKOK TO AltEXD AS OaDWABCX TO BAITS ?i-f.
purl ron TUE TXAS 1867, AXD roa oruxn ruarosxa.
L Be lt ordained by tho Mayor and Aldermen lu City
Council ease . bled, Tint all tazos payablo oder tho Or?
dluance to ra lao supplies for the year 1867, and for othsr
purposes, be pall on or belora tho 39th day of Jone next:
and that persons who shall make default of y
their taxes on that day, ahsll pay, In addi tl
amount of their taxes, one sod a half per. cent, per
month until Ibo 81?t day of July, when, ll not paul, an
amount of two per cent, per month upon the amount
or taxes aksel be paid; and alter the ??lat day of August
throe per cent, per month on the amount of taxes due
shaU be paid until payment of tho whola amount ls made.
If. That all persons who nogloct or fall to pay their
monthly taxes on or before the fUtceoth day of each
month, shall respectively pey on the amounts thereof,
two percent per mouth from snob fifteenth day, until
payment ls made. *
llaUOed io City Connell this seventh day of May, in
tho year of our Lord ons thousand eight hundred end
ll? g.] i . . P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Surra. Clerk of Council. arno May ll
OFFICE OF THE CAPT AIN OF POLICE, 1
< . ; CnAxojcsTOw, a a. May 33, 1868. |
PARAGRAPH D. O ORDINANCE TO REGULATE
tbs "Cleansing of Privies and Vaults," forbids the
use of barrel? in oj en carts and wagons, and partios ap?
plying for Ueenso are required to pr?vido closed carte
soluble for the purpose. AU persons, thorelore, who
pnrpose taking Jobs of the kind, are hereby required to
bring their carts to Mani guard house for lopcction be
foro applying for lloease. - CU. BIUWALD,
May lt_'.mo_C?ptalo of Police.
OFFICE OF TUE CHIEF OF POLICE,)
C ri A ni XJTOM, 8. 0., Msy 4, 1867. : I
rrVBB REGULAR lNSl'EOTION-OF TILE LOTS AND
X mclosure?, vaults, Ac., wUl commence on Monday
nerf, et last Owners and oocupanls are hereby rMob-ed
to eoe that their premises ere In good con di lion and.that
idl filth end garbage ls removed as required by Ordl
nanoo. Other inspection? wlU folio*.
Br order of Mayor OArxxaan.
7 3 0. D. BIG WALD.
,-eSBxe. TJ K A ? T Y.- Anburn.
?Jt?W Vt JJ Uotden, Flaxes, and
4sTe> gm b?ken CURLS produced by
H .BT tho uso or Profe-aor Di
Jm\\LrBk. DREUX'? K R 1 B K R LE
?Sy*^HaoiIr.Yt:UX. Ono ?ppUea
JfSr Vms*- don w?rr?nted to curl tbs,
7T-*W1 mOststraigM And stubborn - -
ha>- of ed thar sex Dto Wavy ringlet*, or heavy ?asfl vs
et- . 1 Has been used hy the raahlonables ol Pails and
London, -with tb? meet gratifying results. Does no In?
jury to the bair. Price by mah. sealed sod poa*pald,i IL
besertpUvs circulars mal lad free. Address BERGER,
8H?TTS i CO., Chstaisi*. No. 3*8 River street, Troy, N.
Y., Koi-5 Aroota for th* Uni tod Stales,
UV lt. M. -M A lt Hil A I.I. Al II MOTH Kit ,
nrokcrs and Aurttonerrs, Ko tia Broad St.
THIS D\Y. ?I I?H o'clock, will ho sold.
1 PLOUGH H O ICS K, 3 Muli?, 1 Top Buggy, Harnes?.
Sadd ea. Platform hc?lc?, Houast.old cud OQIce Kunu
turo, Cutlory. Ac. Juuo 6
Sumirte? al Auction.
UV Sill I'll .'. MiclI.I.IVItAY,
; *7 Uro??< aixeet, nrar State aticct.
TUI.i DAY. at a imartvr |HUI lu o'clock, will bo eold, lu
frost of our ?Oleo.
1 IRON SAFE- medium alie
1 lol or Crockery-nj li ixl
I Shop Counter
1 (lue limn Uou d Writing Deak
??'?.?. .>'... Calved Mahogany Cr.d Table?
BEDSTEADS. Bofa-Cotl*. chain Ac. ?te
DOUSES, VEHICLES. Ac. recel vial" up lo hour of I
Cargo of thc Schooner Ate/da amt Luttra from \
UV J. A. I.NM,ow Al Ct>,
Ou FlllDAY ucit. 7th it.i t . will ho mlil ion at KerrV
Wharf alougaldo tho rJcbuoucr A zelda und Laura at ll
37 llhdt. 1
7 Tierces, 1 Superior Clayed Molasses.
30 Darrel'. )
61 bhde. Superior Muscovado Molaatca.
87 h!iil?. v?iy 8u|wrior Caibarleo Molasse., reprn- J
?anted to bo equal to Porto Illoo.
Condition? at salo. June fi
Will bo sold at publ'c auction on MONDAY, Juno 10,
1807, at ll o'clock, A. M., at Southern wharf. Charles- I
ton. 8. C.,
300 BALKS, 70,108 I,I'.tf., DAMAGED HAY.
Terms cash. Government funds. Tho nay to ho re?
moved the day following the salo. J. D. STUtlilH.
Brevet LL Col. and A. Q. M.
OrncB Dcror Q UAnTKHaf ARTER, Charloatoo, S. C.
Juno 1. 1807. 1 June 3
BT CLIFFORD Ai ftlATIIEWEB,
Ho. SO Brood .tract?
Al Private Salo
A sur Kin in (. HAND PIANO, of Gorman tnauufac
turo, In complete order.
A VERY HANDSOME DINNER AND CHAMBER SET,
130 pieces of Anet French Chins, green sud gold.
Bond* and Stock?.
BY I. H. K. SENNETT.
At Private Salo
?3600 WILMINGTON AND MANCHESTER RAIL?
ROAD IT HST MORTGAGE THIRD PREFERENCE
BONDS, paying 7 per conL Inlorost In Now York tn
Auguat and February of each year.
FORTY-^OUR SHARES OF CITY IL R. STOCK.
Apply aa above, st
Juno S mir] No. ?0 BROAD STREET (up .Ulm.)
NEW SCHEDULE ON SPARTAN BUHO AND
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, ril -1 30Tn MAY IN* T.
Ibo Psaaenger Train will run on MONDAYS. WED?
NESDAYS sud SATUitDAYS. Down Tralu? leaving
Splrtanburg C. H. at 6 A.M., arrive at Alston at 1
A.M. Un Ti alna leave. Alston et 13:30 P.M.; arrive at
Hparlaubarg C. .. .. st 7:00 P.M.
THOS. B. JETER,
President 8. and U. Railroad.
Unlouvillo, H. C., May 16,1807.
Maj 33 Imo
WHIT!] SULPHUR SPRINliS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
TUE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED I
WATERING PLACE, having gone to great czponso |
tinco tho last eeaaou. in changing tho position of and re?
pairing tba COTTAGES, grading the Walks and creeling
now building?, together with many other Improvement!,
Will open THESPElNGb for thc reception Ol vlsi torn on
Saturday, June 1st, 1867.
Hoing situated tn tho northwestern part of tho B?lte,
bi a country remarkable for lt? boautty and healthful?
ness. Ul ceo, together wi th Ibo virtue. 01 tho Waters, maka
lt ono of tho moil deairablo WATERING FLAOfcS tn tho
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS aro tho Wblto and Bluo Sulphur, ?nd
Chalybeate, and thoy poa.es? ntl fl* finest qualities of
th cae waters, ?nd are ?overelcn remedes for tul diseases
of tho LITES. BOWELS. STOMACH ?nd KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINOs am occesMblo by any of the road, lead?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., ?nd at that paint tho Western
North Carolina llaliroad will convoy visitors to Hickory
Station, at which placo conveyances ar* alway, in attend?
ance to take them to TUE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, Ol tho Mulle .1 Colloge Of Virginia, will be
.t TUE bPRlNGS tho cutlro Season, and lnval.de may
rely upon good attention.
Having ??rain ??cured thu ?ervtc*. 01? Mr*. WRENN,
.nd made ample arrangement* for keeping a GOOD
TABLE, ?nd the beet Wine*, Liquor, and Segen, end
havini: onuagod Smith's Baud tor bo Season, wa salely
promlao to ail every convenience for pleasure, comfort
a d amusement that may be desired.
BOARD I>ER MONTH.SOO 00
BOARD PER WEEK. 18 00
BOARD PER DAV. 3 00
Children under 7 years of sg. ?ad Ber?
?ants Hair Pries.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, ?
January 3, 1607. J
PUBLIC NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDKK
tho following Ordinance Urente* havo boen pronan,
lor delivery from thia O Ul co. S. THOMAS,
Rsa. 1. He it Ordained by Vie Mayer and Aideraient -
Oily Council aetembted. That from'and after the iimt d..\
of January, ll ce use* sb th bo taken out for all carl?, dr-j
and wagou?, used for pr?valo and dom eulie purpoeoa, it,
the ?sime manner, and according to the samo provision
now of force in relation to cart*, dray? ?nd wagons, lelo,
driven lor hire, oacupt giving bond?, And each mci
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with * badge con
(sining the number thereof, and marked iVt.au, to
placed on the outaldo of tho .haft.
Bax. 3. No person .hall be taken by tho Treasurer .?
surety to any bond under lbs O rd ll ian 00 conorrulng i<
cense* for carts, dray., wagons and other carnages, un?
te** he or tao bo a freeholder.
UKO. 3. The tollow'ug ?hail hereafter be the rate? foi
licensee for public and private carts, dray*, wasons, Ac.
including tho horse? or mules used thereof, which sari
ne tree from other taxation:
ruDuo can Ta, nu.vu, arro., OB TU ME EKPLOVEO nf AM
nusiNE** WHAT-uv ru, roa Ulna Din ?err OB IHIUUEOT.
\ For every cart, drey or w?gon, draws by one bone u
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horsesor
For every hack and carrlago with two wboelt, tm.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, MO.
For every outgo or omnibus <except line omnibus*
with two horses, ?60.
For avery stage or omnibus (except Una omnlboa.
drawn by four honet, $60.
For every truck drawn ny two or more hone, or mal??,
For every express wagon drawn by two ox moro borst?
jr mule*. ?60.
DURAH curra w parr ATS CASTS, DRATS, sra
For ?very bread cart or wagon, *6.
For over y cart, dray or w sg on, use d for private or do?
rn catie purposes, and not to be employee! tn tho tran?
porting ol good?, ware?, merchandise, lumber, or any
omer commodity, for compensation, etthnr directly 01
Indirectly lor thu ?ame, ahab pay for . 1 icm mo the sum el
te, exclusive 01 tim hone or mule.
It?ufl ed In City Council, thia 16th day of January,
(us.) In the y*ar of our Lord ono Uiousand sight hun?
dred and ?ixty-slx.
P. a GAILLARD, Mayor.
By the M.jar.
January 3 ._W. H. SMITH. Clark of Council.
KKA?WHAAK & C<?>.
XMB atoar Davao van
?HAND AMD BQDABB
fall Iron Prams and Overstrung Baa?
MANUFACTORY AND WABXHOUSE
lo. IS West ll 00. lon-.tr. ?I. fte. ?
8 BAR BROADWAY, BBW TORE.
rn? UNDERSIGNED, MEMDEBB OF Tit F FIRM In
ERaUBUAAR AI CO., ar* p root leal Piano maker.
?ad ts snob have had a large experience lu oounccUt
.llb ?orne o th- beat EatabuaUmeuta in thUoSutiD
?ad Europe 'Ii.Mr' lao us are m ?de not merely ft 1
la*m, bot ty tiiEtu, ?1 d nuder their tm in od lal* person..
? e. Y er vision, ?J., .hey allow no Instrumenta to leave the.
factory and r**? bato tue band* of their patron?, uokti
lu?y have a power, ?Venne**, Anuna** ?nd mantinea,, c
t ;nt, an elasticity ol lou eil - without which DO lotui
neut ought to be ea!l?ta*tory to tho nubile--as woli .
Inst durability tn oouclructloii, which ?liable? lt IO f
nain In tu ? and to withstand ?ndden ehaiitie* of ten
enter? and exposure to extrame neat and cold, with
?re sometimes unavoidable.
They will at all tune* be nappy te tee the profeAMU
and the public st their Ware rooms, and in vit - oompai
; ?on between their ?vu Plano* and tho?* ol any otb?
sum uiactc ry.
ANTON KRAUSHAAR..TOBIAH HAU?
CHARLES J. HUH OA' ".MANN.
OriTOB ('mm or Council, I
May 1B67. J
Th. following Section of" An Ordinance lo abolish the
office of Boperlnlandent of stn ots ; to provide for Keep?
ing the Street*. Lanes, Ailey., and open Courts In the
City of charleston cluan, and for other purposes," is
hareby publish od for the Information of ail concerned :
For the duo protection of tho ??ld con tractor or con?
tractors', tl ie further ordained. That every owner, lease*,
occupant and tenant of soy premise, fron ting tn any
. Hoot, lane, alley, or open court, ?hall ou every day
(Hundcy. excepted) have th* dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed In trout of bl? or her lot, tu a barrel, box or
heap, and tn roadie ea? for th. contractor, by the hour of
seven o'clock, A. M., trom the Aid day ot May to lbs
fink day of November In every year ; and by tb. hour of
nine o'clock. A. M., frc m tbs int day vt November to
the first dey of Moy following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dut, ruth, traxMuj*, or other
i offal. In any street, lane, or allay, or open court, after the
bonn above named, ?hali be subject to a Uno not les.
than two nor mure than five dollars, for each, sud ?vary
offence, to be Imposed by the M ?yu..
by order ... W.n. SMITH,
May 16_Clark of Council.
MUTUAL Ali) ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OP READY.
MADE Cl OTHTNO, ?unable tor C?ntlam?n, La?
dle? and Children, and bflng desirou* ul diminishing our
Stock bel care th* season ?dran ce* tco tar, we would espe?
cially draw tbs attention of the pr. bl le toward? the reduc?
tion which ?Ul be made In our price* for Ibo csit two
or lura* week? from dal*. _"_:
Apply at Ul* D EPOS IT 0 RY,
January M Kc, 17 Chalmers meei.
Curro Sale oj choice Musco oado Sugar and choice
Ifu; oieado Molasses. ?ur Schooner '. NolUe Tur
box," from Atala mn*. Cuba.
I'Y ll. -A I.AS.
Til?n DAV, Gili hitdiuit, nt tl o'clock A. M., will bo mold
mi Aies ?.?niHlat'Di" wharf, ?longtide tt.o Schooner
'?Neilin Tsrbox," from Matac?a*,
SO hliJ?. chuleo Miucovedo HUOAB, v*ry Mrnilar to
tl.5! -if I, m M ir,B
80 bbl?, early crop clayed Motaste*
23 hhj;. Muasovado Molasses.
AND latatKDIATKLT orrimviRM,
At Mcwirt. HON A ION r k HALAS, No. lie East Day
17 Illida. I chob o and bright Muscovado MC-LAASES,
88 bbl?. J camal to Porto I?lr...
Cominform-Bunin iiiidur S6O0. csah ; ow tba! amount
90 ?laya for approved endorsed noie?.
Siraio Ooo-is, Millinery. French Fioieert, Dry
Goods, lloa's and Shoes, White Goods, Em?
broideries, birney Gouda, etc.. ?fe.
< A ail'Hf:l,i., KNOX d* <i> ,
Cast? Auction House,
.\o. BO Hind ?irret, opposite PostotTJce,
LATH McKAY A CAMPBELL.
Will null TIIIS DAV. commencing at 10 o'clock,
PANAMA. SENNET. Drown and White Genta' Hats,
Issues'. Hiato*' mid Children'* Uorby*. ann otbor style*
in Lc'ithoru, Si nw. Atc, Doy a' Morton Fancy Straw, Leg?
horn Capt, fcc, fcc.
French FIOWOIM, Ululions. Emurodloriee, CkomUo.
Spencer*, sud a variety or Sowed Ladle?' Good*.
I.ONOCI.OTUS. Pant Bluff?, Kentucky Joan*, 0-4 Cord?
Summer .weed?. Suspender?, Cambric Damasks, Chock*.
Coating, Ac, ka.
- caso? PATENT LUMUKU SHOES, &o.
Invoice? of PE11FUMEHY, Notion?, Faucy Ooods,
Dutton?, Iloilory, Ac, kc. '
FULL ASSORTME.NT OS SHOP OOODa
Condition* cash. JUae e
BA Ml NETT St'll DH,
Au I lour rr ami Commission M trcbn.nl. at
N . SU lt I nK street, bi low Broad street.
Offert bl? tarricos for tho lils of MKKCUANDISE at
day ?ii I night st bl* atoro, tino for tho ute of Stock.
Dond?, ll al Estai... Vete?la, ll ruc, tud Produce. Beat
city refero cc? will bo given. Conilgnmonts solicited.
Terra? modorato and guarautoo* satisfaction.
riTHE UNDERSIGNED WILT, CONTINUE TO DI8
X PENbEthla agreeable and hosllhrul bevor? r, tt
thetr well-known aland*. No. 80 HABEL STREET ??
tween King ?nd MooUng atrcotn, No. IWK KIND Kl >'.. X
(Old Piquet O ard ll on ar), iud et the ho?d of etil Ht
MARK El', north wont comer.
DiuaglaU ?nd others wishing to bo ?uppllel with
Fountain* or Syrup*, ?nd dealers doalrlug Fou o M S
charged, will bo accommoda led upon reuormbio
Ste'amera, Holal*. Restaurant* ?nd private famille?,
lu m I nb r, I with s nu pe rio r article of bottled Sod?? tn quatj -
title* to ault purchasers.
Wc aro age ul? for the ?alo of A. J. Moree k Son'a lastly
celebrated Seal? Water Apparatus, conalitiog of Gen era
tort, Fountain*. Marble Draught Blanda, surer Plated
Refrigerating Draught Elanda, Tumbler Holders, and ?ll
apptratua neceaaary for tho mtnufactur . of Hod* Water,
*t tho manufacturera' price*, with freight added.
Dosier* iu Soda Water throughout tho Bute, deelrlng
an ?)ip*rotu', will do well to evamino tho morita ot
Moree a Apparatu*. beforo purchaeing eloeewbore.
Description catalogue end price hat ?eut lo ?ny address
opon appUcaUon to JOHN BUCK k CO., Charleston.
Whllo appreciating the very U boral pa tro naga oxtended
ton* during tho put ?canon, we thal! ttrivo to merit lu)
E. H. GARDNER.
rK UNDERSIGNED RE PECTFDLLY INFORMS
bl* former cuatomur*. sud the public generally,
Uiat ho baa reopened, for tho season, hi* SALOON, No.
68 CALHOUN ST RE KT, opposite) EUzabeth, whore he
will bo happy to aorvo them. Having attentive attend?
ant?, lila effort* wUl be to please Tho quality or his
Cream ls loo writ known for commont.
Families auppUodsensual in quantitloa to mit, st sU
Pin Nie*, Maroona, otc, suppllod at the ahortest no?
In all oases. Cream, quality and quantity warranted.
No charge, If thc Cream do .'I prov? as recommended.
.TaT* Tho ICE CREAM Wagon will bo out avery day,
8nnd?ys excepted. _Imo_Mar 28
FUN FOR ALL!
F?LL INSTRUCTION-! BY WHIOH ANY PERSON,
malo or romalo, can master tho groat ?rt of Yen
triloqulitu n> a few hours' practice, making a world of
fun, und titer becoming experts themselves, can leach
o lhere, thereby making lt a aooxco of Income Fall uv
.trucUoni ?vnt by mali for 80 oenta. Satiafactlon guar?
Addron* P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
Th ero cometh glad tiding* of joy to all, .',
To yoong ?nd to old, to pi eat and to amah;
Tba betuty which oueo waa so precious ?nd rare,
1* free for ?ll, ?nd ?li may be fair.
By Ute use or
For Improving and Deautifylng the ComplaxjoD.
Tho mott valuable and perfect prepaiaUon lu use, tor
giving tho ?kin a beautiful pearl liku ont, that 1* only
lound in youth. It quickly remove* Tan, Freckles, Pim?
plet, lil etches. Molli Pitches, Sai'ownos?. Emptions,
?Dd sU Impurities of the skin, kindly heading the tams
leaving tho akin white ?nd clear ?? ?lsbaitor. Ita use
cannot be detected by tho closest se ra tiny, and being a
vegetable reparation ls perfectly barnabas. It 1? Ibo
only article Ol the kind used by the French, ?nd ls con?
ti tiered by the Pari edan as ladltptnttble to a perfeot
toilet. Cpwtnl* of 30,000 battles were ?old during th?
past year, a tufSclout guarantee of lt* efficacy. Price
only 78 cents. Seat by mail, post-paid, on rsoelpt et 'an
order, by _
BEROER, SUU'1'18 k CO., Chemttt?,
988 River BL, Troy, N. Y.
STEVENS ?OUSE, Nos. Ul. S3, 8? AND Sst
Broadway, S. Y.. oppotLe Bowling Oreen- n the
European Pun_THE ST fc. VENH Ho URE 1? well ?nd
widely known to the travelling public. The locath u ls es?
pecially anlLablo to merchants and butine** men; it ta tn
close proximity to tho business pert of tho city-I* on
the highway of Southern and Western travel ?nd adja?
cent to ?ll the principal Railroad ?nd B.oambqat de po ta.
Tho KT..Vi Ns HOUSE hts liberal ?ooommcUaUon rot
over 300 gu BU-it ls weil furnished, and po saetees every
modem Improvement tor the comfort sud entertainment
of Its inmate*. The rooms ?re tpaclcns ?nd weR venti?
lated-provided with gas ?nd water-th? attendance ls
prompt ?nd respectful-and the labio lt generously pro?
vided with evrry delicacy of lbs season ?1 moderate rate*.
Tho room* having been refurnished and remodeled, wei
aro enabled to offer ex ra facilities for the comfort and
pita-uro of our guests. GEO. E. CHASE k CO.,
May 28_Brno_' Prottrtatnvs.
** Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celebrated Pr?ventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
tue French Medical Fae ul y, ts the only safe and
bualllble antidota ?gt lott Infliction from hpecial Platt at?
dhu Invaluable preparation ls and ted for either ?ex, ?nd
has proved, from ampi, sxperisaoo, the mott ?tn rient
and re lit bl? Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
detidtramin long ?ought for m the Medical World. If
Used according to directions every possibility of danger
may be evo.deo; a ringle application trill radically neu?
tral ixe tb* venereal vitus, expel til trapurti-ea from las
absorbent vessels, ?nd render contamination lapotslble.
Re trias m tune, and at a very email entity, ?av? sours of
unto d o. dd] y and mental torments.
This mott reliable specific, so undvsrttlly adopted in
the Old World, lt now offered for sale for the Arti time in
America by F. A. DUPOuiT k CO., only authorized
Agents for the United butes.
Price td per bottle. Large bottle, double atas, SS.
Tba usu.il ?tsoount to tho Inda Seat, ?ecorel/
packed, oo receipt ot price, to any ad drat*, with nlr**
tloua ?nd pamphlet, by tai dressing to
V. A. BTJPOBT A CO
Bole Ag en lt for Dr. Hloord'tP. I*.
Msy 33 lyr No. 12 Gold Hertel, Nsw Igfc
FOR THE MILLION ! I
IWILL BEND, POST-PAID, DO 1-iIOTOORAPHfl OF
the moat oeltbrsted Actors for SO ceuu; 60 Aetrssses
for 80 oentt; SO Union G?nerait tor 60 cent*: 80 Rebel
G cn arti? for 60 cents; 80 Statesmen for 80 tents; 60 beau?
tiful yoong Ladle* tor 60 cents; 80 flne-looklcg young
Gintlenion for SO cents; o burgs Photnertpht sf Frenan
Dancing Uirlt, lo oostnmo, beautifuily colored, exactly a*
they appear, lor BO cents; or tor SO cent?, s ot th* most
bea uti! ul Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, ?a they
appear tn the play of the Black Crook, U NibloU Garden.
New York. i
Send ?ii order* to P. O. Box 177, V J. N. Y.
Oil DI ?V A IV CM.
fTTHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
X fer th* InlenustloD ol sU ooLoerned :
AM OBDIBAKOB TO BSOULATX TBE CUIMIliq Of PaUTTrg
Aaro VAULTS nf Tar. co aro SA TB Liurrt or Tira err?.
I. Be lt Ordtined by tho Mayor and Aldermen, that
from and arter the ratification of this Ordinance, lt ahaU
not be lawful tor ?ny person to eSoanso or remove th?
contents of Vault* or Dr; MC? within the limits of tbs
city, without having prev??v ly obtAlntd a boonjie tor the
urns; sll sur.ii lloenaot to exp.-i ou the Slat.December
of every year, ?nd be aubjoct to v requirement* impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating the gSwHng nf Tiinttiiitaior
Drayt and C rta. V. '
li. That the ute of Barrels In open OaBU and Wagons
la prohibited, ?nd parues applying for LioerM- wui be ro
quired to provide closed Uart? tm labia for til ?Vj rpo??.
UL All pertout having tu cb License ihalf repoii At
ona of th tiutrd Houses, during toe day, his or ihtdr lu?
te ntl on u lo suck work during the en ?ul cg Bight; In lbs
Lower Ward? such report to bo made to th? Main Ouarl
Hon so, in tho Upper Wards to Upper Guard House.
IV. Th? place or places for the deposit of roch offal
saab bo de?Ignited from tims to tun? by tbs Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of such Ll exulted oarl or
any other perte ii who shaU violate any of the provisions
of this Ordinance, or ahaU oogleat or refus? lo observo
th? sams, or say of them, .bau forfeit ?nd pay for eaoh
offenes a ene not lo exceed twenty-five dollar?, to bc en?
forced by lb? Msy or In hi* Court, or recover td in ?ny
other Court or competent Jurisdiction. .< . a
Ratified tn City Council thia seventh day of slay, In tb?
year or our Lord ono thouaand ?Urb I hu o dred and stz
IL. a] P. 0. GAILLARD,,'
W. H. BM!Til, . Mayor.
Clark of Conn eil_8ma . j May 10
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFI0X OF THE CI 1Y ASeKSSOBt, 1
Cm HALL, Jons lat, 1SC7.1 i
-VfOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONOEBKBD
i.> tbs! the Monthly Return? for the month Bi May
patt. In compliance with the Fax ordinance, ratified on
th? .Sub day of December, 1S6S, must be mtv . on OT be?
fore the 16th Int tan ti D. (J. OIBtfON.
Jun? 1_13_City Unttjiirii
THE HERALD. ?
rPOBUSHED WEEKLY AT NEWDXRRYQ. Hi, AT
SS per annum, and, bavin- a taigt eticutatkm
uirotah sll the upper and IcewtT DUtrloto of tai But ?.
.florda gmt advantages to advt^rttssra.
Rai?? for sprouting vary iretscsaabuv-tbr wnioi rnply
to our Agent, Sir. T. A BEIDER, at Ina Mills Hotu*.
THC?. F. k B, H. SRENKKE?,
Novtruber 10 aoitort anoil^?^ic*?,