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"TU?ttSD?Y M?llNIN?; JUNE 13,"1807.
LO CAI J MATTKltS.
Jon WORK.-Wo havo now completed our oflico
Kl a? to oxocutu, in tho bluntest iwaaiuio tiuiu
A ftli KINDS Ot' JOU WOKE, and wo mott re?
spectfully ask tko patronage of our friends.
Post Ofllce Notice.
I'OST OrricK, I
CHARLESTON, 8. C., May ti, 18*7. f
Hereafter, until further notico, tlio Northeastern
M lils will clono at 1.15 P. M., and arriving at tho ,
Djpot at 9.15 A. M. will ko ready for delivery at ll
o'clock. On Sundays tko l'oat Ollie o will opon at
12.30 P. M. for ono kcur.
Tho Maila for South Carolina Railroad will con
linuo to CIOBO dally al C o'clock A. M., and for tko
Bivannak and Charleston Railroad at CA. M. on
Mondays, Wednesday* and 1'ridays.
STANLEY O. TROTT, P. M.
EnoLian METALLIC ROO FINO PAINT.-Tkoso who
wiall their tin roofs ropaircd and painted in a sub?
stantial manner aro roforrcd to Mosers. JOHNSON .V
FOYLES, who eau bo found at tko Pavilion Hotol.
Tboir work in ?on mu d for six years.
HR. NOTT, of Now Orleans, aftor n lingering ill?
ness of several days, diod at the Exchange Hotol,
Montgomery, Ala., on tho lilli inst. This Dr.
NOTT was a brother of Dr. JOSIAH C. NOTT, of Mo?
bile, and a eon of tho lalo Judge NOTT, of this
RESPITE.-Wo loarn that bis Excolloncy (?ov?
io nor ORR hau respited tb o prisoner John Jenkins
(colored) until July 12th. Jonkins was found
guilty of tho murder of Mr. DRANDFOUD nt tko
January sossion of tho Civil Court. Iiis counsel
appealed, from thia decision, but tho sentence of
tho Court was sustained, and Jonkins waa con?
demned to bo hung on tho 14th of Juno. There j
was liltlo doubt of tho guilt of Jenkins, and wo
trust that there will bo no mistaken clemency dis?
played in ilia caso.
H u u i OLD K.-A difQoulty having occurred some
days ago on John's Island, at Jonkin's plantation,
between two colored mon named Seipio Fraser and
John (inion, tho latter attacked tho former willi a
largo kudo and stabbed him in tho sido, tho knifo
brooking and leaving tho bindo in the wound.
Frasor died aftor muck Buffering, and United
States Dotoetivo MICHEL waa sont ovor to nrrcst
Green on Tuesday last, which ko did, and lias
lodged kim in jail. When tko dotectivo reached
tho island ho found Gi con working in tho Hold,
'and on approaching bim ko niado a demon si ration
witk bia hoe, which Mr. MICHEL soon aottlod by
exhibiting a rovolvcr, and bo afterwards was
brought along unresistingly. Grcon was formerly
attached to tho Twenty-third Rogiment Massachu?
WHEATI WHEAT I-Wo rofer our roadors toan
advertisement from Messrs. SEENHOUSE ?C. Co., No.
110 East Day, io which thoy apply for 10,000
buehola of wheat-red and white. Sinco tko war
Ula South has taken far moro interest In caroola
than ovor before, mid wo aro plcosod to soo that |
efforts aro hoing mado by tho Charleston mer?
chants to secure tho salo and transportation ot
those articles. Tho planters throughout tho Stalo
anticipate largo yields from their wheat crops, and
thoy could do no better than to consign them to
Cbarloston. As tho metropolis of tho State this
City is folly propared to transact all bus mons with
the interior, and her mord?ante kavo long boon
known for their prokily and fair dealing. , Mesare.
STENHOUSE & Co. offer tko highest market prices
for thia wheat, and both skippers and planters will
find it to their advantage lo Bond thom consign?
CURIOUS On ITU AB T Noncm.- Tho friends of tko
deported aro too ant, in rofcrring to them, to laud
their virtues and makO their characters somewhat
belter than was really tko casa. This is Bowell
known that tombstone epitaphs and obituary
notices are generally read cum gi ano salts, tho
public being aware that charity covers a multitude
of sins. In some eooUone of tko country, tko in?
land districts havo not yet become enlightened on
uomo subjects, and tba pooplo.still preserve tboir
primitive babita. Thia is particularly noticeable
in their funeral noUccs, for, liko stern Puritana
they speak the truth and nothing also. An instance
of this appeared lu an obituary lately published by
an oxebango. With the nemo strict regard for
veracity, tho friends of tko deceased represented
him as dying "insolvont and happy." As tho Aral
is not an unusual ocourreuce of tho prosont time;
we presumo that it is correct, but cannot roeouollo
tho happy elate of tho individual with kia bank?
In tko same connection wo would state that a
jovial friend hos rcconUy read kia own obituary ;
but notwithstanding tho complimentary remarks
paid kim, ke insists that it ia a mistake, and'de?
clines passing "in kis okips" at prcsont. Few per?
sons kavo tho happy privilege of knowing what
their hienda think of them when ?lead and gono,
but wo trust this posthumous sketch will not bo
considered a gravo subjoot, and that our friend
will not, on' this account, become a Millorito.
' Otra WATEEXKO PLACES.-Tho visitor to Broad.
iitroot will at ' onco perceive that he koa loft tko1
sandy waste, and is in a woU-walorod rogion. A,
number of the artesian pumps kavo been con-,
utructed along Ulis streut, wbilo nth er? kave boen
forrnod by running pipes into tho Uro wells in that
vicinity. Tho result of tin so explorations in tko
bosom of the earth bas boen a rush of many
waters, and tho dust is now effectually laid by tho.
numerous streams that are played upon it at all
hmT of tke day.
Broad street seems to bo tho favored locality for
those aquatic sports, and tho number of thoso
waler spouts is continually increasing. ' Tho mer?
chants along thu thoroughfare kavo olnbbed to?
gether, and own the pumps in common, By this
arrangement tho public good ia consulted, and
the entire street receives tke sprinkling. On
Tuesday night a grand movement was made which '
has eclipsed any previously attempted. A pipe
was placed in tho fire woll near tko corner of -
Church and Broad streets, and another laid across '
Broad, with outlets at each corner, a forco pump
in tho Library yard, worked by stalwart Ethiopians,
furnishes the necessary water power, and by at?
taching tko bose to tho different pipes, both Broad
and Church streets can bo sprinkled for a consid?
As it is ia vain dream to oxpoct Uiat water will '
over be introduced into Uio city, wo ball these in?
novations with deligkt, and commend tho action
of the Broad street merchants, who havo taken
tko matter in their own hands, and kave achieved I
a success that will canse their names to bo grato-1
fully remembered by tho dusty public. It requires
but a small outlay to placo thoso pipes in position,
and the good results to be soon from their use in
Broad street should encourage tho rcsidonta in
other sections to try the experiment.
i THE Ono PS ALOMO THE COAST.-Tho information
received through our different exchanges, indi
oslou that the crops will bo far larger and bettor
than Ail many yrnrn. Thia Is not common tu ono
locality, but Uio good nows comos from North,
South, East and Wost. Tho planters and farmors
have learnt wisdom by sad oxperieoce, and tko
crop of coroals in tho Sou them Slates is unusually1
promising-corn and wkoat having boen modo
moro of specialities tkan over before. Tko wkoat
prop, In particular, is very forward, and shipment*
havo already been mado from different points;
Thoso campion aro entirely froo from any defects,
'and readily command the best market pri?es.
Tho sea Island and coast plantations near tko
oity havo boon worked with an onergy tba', will re?
pay the proprietors by an abundant harvest. At
Edisto and tho adjacent islands, largo tracts have
been planted with tko long stn plo cotton, and both
the (juantl ty and tko quality will oxceed tho expec?
tations of the planters. Tho present cool wet
spoil has retarded the growth of tko cotton in a
moasure, aa it waa partly in tko grass, and tko
damp weatkor caused this to grow luxuriantly.
Notwithstanding theno sUght drawbacks, the plant
baa grown and prospered, tho yoong bolla havo
boon formed, and tho farmor ia ckoerod hy a pro-,
mise of a good aland. . ?. i' ?> :
There ia a ehronio disease arnon? somo planters
tkat causes them to underra to (heir crops, and to
predict all manner of coming evil that trill destroy!
what baa boon planted. Thoso croakers would
havo tho world bellovo that all tho plagaos of
Egypt were about to visit them, and say, with a
fl ptriti ?rr?sig nation, tb at they would ho Satisfied
witk ono-tkird of a crop. Fortunately this class
ia in tho minority, and tho nocessity for portonal
oxortloo has caused tho miss to put moro conti
il once in their own prowess, and to toko a cheerful
view of tho futuro. Manures havo boen used, tho
ground oar o I ul ly tilled, and though a smaller por-i
Uon bas been planted, tho crops will be Marbi
equal lo tho good old timos tkat aro past, when
tho s tallia we're covered with bo lin, arin 'tko yield
Waa nearly a bale to tho aero.
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oin..?wi )T ' -r.il j
B. Ms HAB*HALL eV P-B?TTSTEB, Auctioneers,-vrfll
Boll thia (lay,'nt No. 3C> Drond tdre/e't, by order of
tho BhoriiT, tho entire stock and content? of a tail?
oring establishment, constating of ulotbs, oasal
mores, linens, nullor clothing, dc. Boo ndrortiso
tnoiii. ' ' ; ?
THE HARMONIOUS_Our roadora ?111 not forgot
thut thin Troupo perform. to-night at tho Hiber?
nian Hall. Thoy havo choaou an entirely how pro?
gramme, and wo eau safely promiao an abundance
of fun to hil who may attend. Tho' Harmonious
aro deserving of patrouogo hom their nativity, hut
especially from tho gonuino talent which thoy ox
MAYOR'S COURT, Juno 13.-A drayman who waa
driving improperly In tho atroot, Bnd ran Into a
cart to ita injury, wan lined $5.
A young romalo who: had oQViotionatoly thrown
her arma around tho neck of a hottlo andkieaod ita
mouth too often, and who was exhibiting her Iovo
for il in language not often found in Cupid's voca?
bulary, was mado to pay $6 for ber powerful ox
An individual who wan quietly drunk, hut who
couldn't Uko caro of hlmaolf, was only tined fy for
MILITARY M OVE VENTS-Tita following officers I
and troops arrived in this city yesterday hy the |
/.'mi/y IS. Souder : Mejor BIBSELL, Captain O. V.
WEIR, Captain W, ll. BECK, Major HEAD, T.iout E.
lt. HILLS, Liout. ORAUAM, Dr. Wiuuirr, and 80S |
United States troops. Tbeso troops carno from
Fortress Mooroo eta Now York, and aro a portion
of tho command of Gen, IJURTON.
li IO vet Drigadior-Gonoral H. 8. Him TON, I oloncl
of tho 5th U. H. Heavy Artillery, who has been In
command ut Fortress Monroe for somo timo post,
arrived in thin city, hy tho land routo, and in stop?
ping at tho Mills House. Conara! BOSTON is
tuv.? nbly known to tho Mouth as a gentleman and
a soldier. Ho brings with him tho good wishes ol
tho Virginians ; and bia gonorous ti raiment of a
Slalo prisoner will nut Boon bo forgotten. We
trust that tho chango in his command will not
alter tho friendly feelings now entertain cd for him
hy tho South.
Fins.-Botweon two and throe o'clock yesterday
morning, tho alarm of Uro waa Hounded, and
smoko was soon issuing from tho premises
ocoupiod by Mr. 8. WOOLF, in King atroot,
botweon Liberty nud Wontworth. Tho flames pro?
ceeded from a kitchen in tho roar of tho' houso,
but tho firemen woro soon ou tho ground, and suc?
ceeded in confining tho deniego to that building.
Mr. WOOLF ownod the property, and tho houso
was insured in sovoral Northern agonolea,
but there waa no insurance on bia stock. Tho
kitchen had boon ocoupiod by Bomo colorod par?
ties, who had boon notified to leave by Mr. WOOLF,
and it waa soppoBcd that tho building was fired by |
thom for revenge. Aa the gate of tho yard was j
ucvor close J, tho aoccaa to tho promises waa oasy,
and it was thought that tho lato inmates had en?
terad tho kitchen and Bot tire to tho second story.
Tho promptness of tho firomon provontod the |
Hames from spreading, and tho damage will hardly
exceed a fow hundred dol?ais. Lient, HnriDHh KB |
and his force woro present with their tarpaulins, i
hut tho exertions of tho Aromen provontod thoir j
TUE ST. HETJENA.-Thia fins steamer has boen
recently renovated and placed on tho Mount Pleas?
ant Ferr? lino. Tho St. Helena will bo bettor |
known, poihaps, under bur old name, tho Ediito,
and many persons lemomhcr .tho time when flho
was tho favorito packet botweon this city find-tho
Sos Islands. Sho is admirably arranged for thia
purpose, being supplied with berths and accom?
modations for freight and a number of passengers.
It ia tho intention of her owner, Capt. H. L, K:Mo- I
Conanen, to resumo tho coast tripa later in'tho I
season, when tho pinn tors aro prepared to sond |
jtbcir'crops to markot. Tho ]x>palarity ot tho' old
.EUisto with tho island planters will not bo lost an- 1
'dora chango of nomo, for tho old prov ri ti bolds
good in ber cas?, and wo predict for her owner
'BUCcoBaful trips and largo freights. . _
Tho Ste amor Rockland, of tho Mount ' Pleasant
Ferry, ia now undor|rcing repairs, and .?rill soon
Uko ber old placo on tho Uno, when tho St. Helena
will bo fi en to outer on new aud' more promising
<? ii gORomonta.* - Th ? Island planton! li ave invariably
c.jnsignbd their cotton to. Cbaxleuton,'(bid 'thu pres
I nco bf au old friend will ?.bo another inducement
foi them to continuo this good prac i ice. I
Tm ii, OE KrKAii KN o m Ea. -A novel trial pf the
power and capacity of tho. stoam engine* look
placo lost night at tho corner of Pincknoy and
Anson atroots. Tho Pheonix waa supplied by tho
Palin tito, tho laitor Yorcihg tho water tlirongh SOO
foot of boao inUi tile suction pipos of the Phujiin,
j which played off throughJfty font of ^ow'and Jv
one.anti bno-oigh'th ihc^oitilo. ,"A' tall stream of
i water waa Bent to a di H taiibo of. 240* foot, an d' Um
j experiment wau dopotigtjated to^'o ? perfect suc
oss. . The greatest harmony prevailedduring tho
playing; and "tho.: entente cvrdlato whian, exists in
tho Vire Deportment was .BtrongUioiuvl. hy Um
friondly mooting botwooTrlwO rival engines'.", j
The I'l II rn ii h ovo considornhly improved their
hoso rcol by tho addition of two cog wheels, which
en ables tho mon lo reel tho boob with moro ?.itu
than cfidor'th'o old plan. lieforo it wu c. lalicir for
eight, mon to reel the hose, ,but, by tho addition of
the cog whoqlB, it can bo'doue by two men, one at
each brxko,. Thu, .cogs were mado at BIRTH'S
Fnundery, ot tho foot of. Hasel street, und thuir
ns? pr?vea that Ciiorlojiton mechanics aro capable
of inventing and pexfeoting improvemonU on tho
work of Uioir Northern , brethren. Thoso whoota
havo provod to ho such labor-saving improve-1
nients that wo advise'.their' adaption hythe Firo'
Deportmeni, os much timo that is now wanted in
reeling hoso would bo provontod. '' "
LOOK AT THE IloTNa I Aye, look at tho ruins o
what wcro once magnificent sots of teeth, to be
soon everywhere iii society. Look at thom, and
ask yo ii rt; elf it. H ls not marvelous ? th %.t; uucb, de
alraoUon in ' f)erinittod/-\vhen by simply oking
SOZODONT, . any Ueifij liowevcr Jragile, may bo^ro
Borved from, decay or blemish ss long tu lite, lasts ?
"'" ; '" ' . r-kJla ' trithns
KI.Y.HII'K. " ' 1 ' '
A now and important remedy Vor married ladies.
Circulars can he obtained and tho article supplied
upon application to tho wholesale agents.
. . ... ,,.".-DOWIE & MPIBE,
?Boufhirn thing House, No. lloXMo^tjpg'irt?eel.
Atff?ll?- - ' llttlftWlTlfi
lt yon want choop Hl&nk Books; Ll j
Hyatt wont cheap Stationery, : Envelopes, Pa?
per, ?co.; <>r, MILLERS' Almanac;
If yob want Printing executed neatly;
If yon want Booka bound in any stylo, or Account
Dooks modo to order, with any desired patton of
niling, go to HrjLvaf HABHU, No. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKE DONS AT THU DAILY
li AuctloD 8?lea lin? Davy.
M rt .rs Duxxr will aell toll day, at half-paat 10 o'clock,
at his elora, oorner of King and Liberty streets, a
general aaeortment of dry gooda, j
T. M. OITKB will aell thia day, at tbree-qtxartora peet 9
I o'clock, qnllrown'e Wharf, butter and shoulders.
MCKAY AI OAVFnKLL will aell this day, at lu o'clock, the
otock of a retail grocery, oorner of Archdale and Prince?
street*. '. ll? j il I
IL af. Mismiri. k Bao. will aell thia day, at Io
j o'clock, at No. 88 Drona street, tho entire stock of a
I tailoring catabUahmenl.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup U .Ute
preecrlptlou of one of the beat female physicians and
nurses in Ibo United Bis tee, and hoe been used for thirty
years with nover-falHng safety and anooeai by ml Ul ona of
mo thcT for tuolr children. It relieve? the child frodf
pal i, corr?ete acidity of tho stomach, relieves wind ooh c.
and, by ?tvlag rest and healih to'the child,'comforts the
Bo raro and call for
.' "kfllS. WINSLOW'S 800THIRO 8TBUP,"
Having tba fae rtmiu of "Coom at Faaxrak'' on the
outeldo wrapper. All others are base incitations,
1)1) WI M A. MUI SIS,
Ho. 161 Heeling street, opposite the Charleston Hotel
Jure IS ? thatuS
. ' V'.-^~
'' ?.y AHowelty.: ' ? />.
Tho lateat and most effeclu?! remedy for Ula Cure of
dobHIty, loes of appetite, faeadache, torpor of the liver,
eba.', ia PANKNTN'S HEPATIC IUTTKB8. For ?ala by
all Druggiata. * th
The Time to Advertise In tile Country.
Tm Pncurrx has a large circulation throogboat th*
middle and upper Districts of the State. 'Advertlalr?
rates aa raaaouablesa the ?telngescy of the^onny miz
Lo >will rsmtnl' Morc.hsnti sr_il otherJ ?riahLd? to nie
the oolam na of the PMper will adAraai j
JULIAN. A. 8ELBT, Pronrlelor, ,
' FetoiiaryM Oolumtia, 8.
,>iito? v/ux " ;
M] '.'A Nntiouol Medicino. . - .
? Ono can hardly pick op a newspaper or torn a street
corner now-e-days that ho ?loos not find, staring him ba
the hoe, the announcement that Prof. Bo-and-So lias
timi discovered : ruvJUln,. which ta s panacea for all tho
lili that tirai? li, fr may bo heil U>. Theso "woudorful"
dlscoverlc* uWally have" an existence of s fow mouths,
then disappear from pul>Uc notice. Tho reason of their
suddcu cxUiurutabraont ls apparent. They were bum
bugs. At tho odtsot all medicinal preparations have an
equal chanco for success, as all aro equally unknown;
but tho ob su* ls soon winnowed from tho grain by tho
practical test which en unprejudiced public applies lo
oil Ulinga. Thero aro but tew preparations of medicino
winch havo witJjstood tho Impartial ludgniont of tho
pcoplo for any length of time. Ono of tho few which wo
havo now In mlud, and which bas boon a long Uuio fa?
miliar to noarly every household In tho land. Is thc cele?
brated HOSTETTER'ti STOMACH BITTERS. Their
almost universal salo and usc, aud their emphatic en?
dorsement from all portions of thu country, compel tho
admission that thov must bo a spoclflo for the alimente
for which tboy aro recommended. Letters before us
eitcsi their otBoao> lu diseases of tho throat, bowels und
liver. lu that truly terrible complaint, dyspopsls, they
aro regarded as a suro euro. In Pittsburgh, whore theso ,
Milora aro mauufsctbrod, their salo for homo uso il Im?
mense This fscl ni. mu speaks volumes in thotr favor.
Extract* /rom thc ilutcattnt Courier, Iowa, Ftb. 7, 18G7.
Juno lt 0
Know thy Destiny.
M A ern MU E. F. THORNTON, tho groat Englleb Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Paychumotriclsn, who baa aston
I nb cd Ibo scientific c?aseos of tho Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Moderno TnonirroN pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight sa to ena?
uta her to Impart knowledgo of tho greatest Importance
to tho single or married of either sex. Whilo In 311040
of tranco, sho delineates tho very features of thc poison
you aro lo marry, and by tho aid of an instrument of In?
tense power, known as Ibo Psyohomotropo, guaran toes lo
produce a lifo-liko picture of tho future husband or wife
or tho applicant, togolhor with dato of marriage, posltiou
In lifo, loading traits of character, Ac. This ls no hum?
bug, es thousand of testimonials coo assort Sho will
scud, wbon desired, a certified corliOcoto, or written
giiar?nlco, that the pichir? is what lt purport* lo bo. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, aud lng place of birth,
age,' disposition and complexion, and enclosing fly rent?
and stamped envelope addressedlo yourself, you will re?
ceive tho picture aud doslrcd information by rotura moll.
All communications sacredly einl?dentl?l. Addresa. In
confidence. Madame H. F. THORNTON. P. O. Box 323,
Rudson, N. Y .?J*:.\ MorchOO
Free to Evoj?ytiody.
A Large C pp. Circular, - giving information ol tho
Kr?ntest Importance lo tho yoong of both'?exes.
It loaches how tho homely may bocomo tmaulilnl, tho
dospUod respected, and tho forsaken loved. '
No young lady cir gaulle man should fail to .send tholr
address, and rooelvo a copy poet-paid, by return mall.
\M j Address r. o. Drawer, 31,
March JB ' ; ! ITT Tro/,'t?. V.
^TAX NOTICE. i? ?'<
MOUNT PLEASANT, 8. a; Juna 13th, 1M7.
THE BUB80RIBEU WILL REC HIV K RETURNS OF
Taxable Pro porty In tho town of Mount Pleasant on
every ! Tuesday and A'oiurcfay Afternoon, from ? 4 to 0
o'clock, until lftlh Jilly next, at the residence of Mrs.
.Simona, Mount Pleasant. Persons can psy their Taxes
st tho samo timo if Choy wish. - ~ ?
T: . " ' .... : , E. O, HALL,
Juno 13 ? tbs_Town Treasurer.
- KEEP COOL!
TJIOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THOSE REBID INO
1} In tho eoulhwostern part of tho city, a BRANCH
IIOE HOUSE will bo opened nn Meeting, near Trodd
street, ou and a flor Wcdnosday next from 0.30 A. AI. to
A. GAGE & CO.
^MAKER AND UNDERTAKER,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS
friands end tho I publlo ? generally, that be haa
: moved from No. 603 Klug street to Na 633 King street,
' opposite Ann street, .personal attendance will be given I
ot all hours. Thankful for put favors, bo hopes by strict
I attention to business to mont s contin?an co of the san nv.
Jone 8' I et;, . stulbS
AGAIN IN 0PERAT?1?
THE KT?: Arti wnw AND MK AI. MILL
;' OF ' - ' .
JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No-. 14 Market st., opposite State st.
TUS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT, HAYING
beena disabled during tho late unfortunate war, hore
i lately completed their Mill after tho latest modem Im?
provements, and are now prepared to furnish tho publie
with fresh, ground GRIST end MEAL ot all times, end
will grind tither on toll or for cash, ot lowest rotes.
.".,.. ... JOHN CAMPSEN & CO,
. ' J '1 ' Ko. ll Markot street, opposite SUto street.
Moy 33 ? i_._Ihm3mus
nriHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
JL his fenner eustomsrs, and the pubUc generally,
that bo bas reopened, for the season, los SALOON, No.
85'OALHOUN STREET, opposite Elisabeth, where be
wlU be happy to serve thom. I Having attentive attend?
ants, tus effort* will be to please, i Tho quality of his
Croom ls too well known for comment
Families supplied aa usual In quantities to suit, at all
Plc Nica, Maroons, etc., supplied at the abortes I no?
In all cases. Cream, quality and quantity warranted.
No charge If the Cream don't proveo* recommended.
4X3- Tho IOE CREAM Wagon w ill be out every day,
Sundays excepted. _Imo_May aa
.... ' LAW NOTICE.
WASHING-TON, D. O.
THE UNDERSIGNED II AH RESUMED THE PRAC
. TTOK OF HIB PROFESSION IN WASHINGTON
Juna ft _ _' Imo
TRUNKS ! TRUNKS I
AFINE ASSORTMENT OF TRAVELLING TRUNKS
' are to bo found st '
-i- . JOHN COMMINS,
?i Na 137 Meeting atreet, Up-etairs,
June 13 Nearly opposite Hoyne street
TAX NOTICE. ,
rrUIE TAX COLLECTOR OF ST. JOHN'S COLLETON
X will be in Charleston on the 13tb, and remain until
the 30th June, to receive Taxes for sold Fartfh. Land?
holders and others who have not yet handed In their
returns sre Informed that the Books will bo cloted after
the 30th Juno, 180T. J. J. R. WESCOAT.
Tax Collector St John's Oohs ton.
June 13 ... 8
C OH NE 11 BROADWAY Alf D17TH STREIKT,
N KW YOI? tl.
fTlHB UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
X his Bonthcm friends. The choicest HAVANA BE-.
OARS, of all the leading oronda, with s general assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on band.
June 4 D. OTTOLESQUI, Agent '
SOME RARE AND VALUABLE BOOKS ARK YET
to be bad at HART'S BOOK STORE, ot half prloe,
but for a brief period, as the Store will shortly dote..
Among the stock are i
HALRROOK'H HERPETALOQY, 0 vols., quarto
Quadrupeds of America, hy Dr. luehman
Buonaparte's Ornithology, 6 vols., quarto ,
Cuvier's Anima] Kingdom, colored pUtes
Kilmer's Concbology, colored plates
Hoyden's lil ni tra tiona of Bhakspoaro's PUyt, folio
The Pyramid* of Oiaex, 1 voL, folio
Tho Cathedral? of Glasgow, 1 voL, folio
Til? Public Buildings of London. 3 vola., folio
The Uierery World, JO vols., folio
The American Almanac, from its beginning, 1830
Bryan's Dictionary of Pointers, 3 vols., quarto
The Erujtuoura and Machinist A suintant, 3 vols., folio
A set ortho Library of tho Fathers, complete, 41 vols
A sst of Baxter's Practical Works, 1 vols
Nordheim er's Hebrew and English Grammar, 3 vols
Wi th many other valuable works on Art sud Architec?
FUN FOR ALL !
TTVULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
Jj male or female, can master tho groat art of Ven?
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world of
fun, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making lt a BOOTOO of income. Full tn
a true tiona tent by mall far SO cents. Bsuafoctlon guar
Addreas P. O. Drawer ai. Troy, N. Y.
May 13 _ lyr
Methodist Episcopal Church Sooth.
miTK UNDERSIGN ED ARE THE AGENTS OF THE
X Publishing House at Nashville,
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
No. US MEETING STREET.
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
TOT!, CHINA, SLATES AUD H LATE
STRAflBURGER k NUHN, FORCED BY THE RAPID
lnTsase of thdr business and their present Inade?
quate aocornmodatlnns, hove made srrsuflr men ts to re?
move from Na 08 Maiden Lane lo the ex tensivo lofts of
No. SM BROADWAY, nour Oana! street Now York, on
the Uth of March; offering there to buyers better th-"
dootraecU than ?var before. thatuSmos February 38 ;
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
or I-I ri-, ... NO. ma ICING HT UK KT,
NEARLY OrrOeTTE HASEL.
rrUIE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETU IN
JL SEIITKT) ot m?denlo prlcfs. -
MW TEETH EXTRACTED w lihou t pain by mean* of |
O ll I. ? ll O V O It M
Or by DB. RICHARDSON'S oppaxetus for produslug
I.()( Al. A IN .Ti HT 11 KS IA .
Bl.rcb 0 tullis Orno
JAM KS MCCORMICK,
WHOLESALE AMD KITA IL DCALXB IN
CLOTHS, CASSIMEItES AND VESTINGS,1
OEKTH' FHIMSIUSU HOODS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January as ?mu. CHARLESTON. 8. 0.
A. S HULL, Ag'l,
HAH REMOVED TO No. 70 limul) STICKET, Nilli 1 ll
HIDE. IlKTWICr-N MKKTINU AM) CUlll.UU.
WIILTU bo will bo clad to ??MI Iii? JM friomlfl aud custom
cr., an I ban tn Hl.ir.i a full nssorunoiil at OI.OT11H,
COATING. UASSIMKHKH Brut VESTIN?H of every va?
riety, which he will mnku up to or Kr al au low pi lue? HM
any similar establishment.
A FUL i. AUHOH'I MKNT OF FUltNISUINO GOODS
FOR aF.NTLEMEN'.S WEAH.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (fnnnurly of C. D. Carr k Co.,)
will euporliitoiid thu Tailoring Dcpartraoui as usual, aud
will gtvo bis ospoeinl altuiitlun to ( 'ntl[nu Garment*, and
Making and trimming
ofay II 2mo'
Ililli i KT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WUOLESALE DEALERS |
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOR. M. 57. 09
and SI, Und.on street, near Dunlin, Now York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. U. WHITFORD.
J. U. VAN WAOENEN.
Doccraber 10 Gmo . T. HAMILTON.
WILLIS & CII1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (lo l'otebiti sud Domestic Ports) ol
I COTTON, a I CE. Lil M UER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, tn uric .tor.. 8. C.
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer ol' IParjer,
OV VAHIOUB KINDS,
NO. 1X7 lt EADE HTRtCBT,
Cornor Hudson Btreot, Now York.
DEALER IN PA PEU AND IN MATLRIAL8 OF
every dcacrlpliou for Ita manufacture.
I ? E A U T Y_Auburn, ^eksw '
?BB*?BWt a ' Goldon, Flaxen, and aVr^LV
j-Tc Mk bllken CURLS produecd by ?,18?
aw WT tho nsc of ProfBssor DE- B^^BB
UREUX'S F R I H E It LP. Vak B
?I^V^KkCHr.VI'.lIX. Our npptloA- J^^fLz
Har HSN tll,n warranted to curl the ??]tDm\Mma*.
m^T~-**\r' most atralght and stubborn mBym^s**gkw
hal "of cither sax Into .wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
cu . . Has boan tisod hy ibo fashionables of Paila and
Loudon, with tho moat gratifying reeulta. Does no In?
jury to the hair. Prlcoby niall, sealed and postpaid, $L
Descriptivo circulara m ailed frno. Address BERGER,
SHOTTS A- GO., Chemist*. No. 285 River street, Troy, N.
Y., Bolo Agents for tho Uulted States.
WILLIAM ll* CILLlLAiND * SON,
Beal Estate A ^en Ls, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNK STREET,
ST KV xi rv M HOUSE, Nos. ?i. as, as AND ?7
Broadway, N. V.. opposite Bowling Oreen-Cn the
European Plan.-THE KTl'.VENH HOUSE la weU and
widely known to the travelling pohltc. Tho location la es?
pecially suitable to merchante and business mon; ills tn
close proximity to Ibo business pert of tito city-ta on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all Ul? principal Railroad and Bloom boat dspots.
The STEVtiNH HOUBb: baa Uboxal accommodation for
over SOO guests-lt ls well furnished, and poseeeeee every
modern Improvomeut for tho tomfort and entertainment
of Its Inmute*. The rooms ara specious and well venti?
lated-pro vi de?! with gas and water-tho attendance ia
prompt and respectful-and thetablo la generously,pro?
vided with every delicacy of tho season at moderate rates.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, wo
are enabled to offer oxlra faculties for the comfort atad,
pleasure of our guests. - , ? UEO. K. CHASE 4 CO*
May 38_? too _ "J:Prppripyjei.
FOR THE "ivil?Lii^? ! ! |
IWILL BEND, POST-PAID, .50 PHOTQORAJ?HS OF
tho most celebrated Actors for 50 cunts; M Adresses
for 50 conta; 50 Union Generals for 50 cania; 60 Rebel
Qener?is (or (0 cents; 50 Statesmen far 50 cents'; 60 beau?
tiful young ladlee fox 50 cunts; 50 nne-lookt?g young
Gentlemen for 50 cents;.0. largo rtiCtogrspbs of French
Dancing Girls, in costuma, beautifully colored, exactly aa
they appear, for 60 cents;' or for 50 cents, fl of tho moet
beautiful Ladies of Um Parisian Hallet Troupe, as they
appear In tho play of tho Black Crook, at Nlblo's Garden,
lie* York. . . ?', .
Bond ail orders to P. O. Box 177, Tr \. K. T.
May 13 ._lyr
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
.'.<.> . March 1,1X37, |
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquor?, within tho. city limits, who
have .not executed their bonds and taken out the propoc,
oards to show that they hateUramo to sell, will bare
ported as not complying with tba law, alter Monday, Stn
Th ow> wno have canis oro hereby notified to have thu
0AI119 placod in a conspicuous place lo tho window. All
tailing lo .gbaarve this notice will also be reported, after
the above>menUonod time. W. H. HM I rn,
Marcha_ ? ? Clerk- of Council.
AN ORDINANCE! \V ?
I TO SUEOTrLATK TUE BTOttAOE nv rrriOLirrif, ITS rno?
ll urns, ANO OT ll ru IXTJ.110?AHLX ODA.
Sao. 1. Beit ordained by tte Mayor and .llderBtm, tn
City Council attmbled, That. from and after tho I5th day
of Juno next, it nba.ll not be lawful lo keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Bonzole, or any other In?
flammable oil or oils on atorag? or fdr aalo tn any ocUar,
atora ar building sonlh of Uno street. In a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on ' any ono lot or premiaos, ami
any snob quantity so kept or stored ehalt be contained In
vessels of tin or other mi tal. ' 1
Ben. 2. That Potr?loum, Its products, or any other In?
flammable oil or olia, when brought luto tho city by land
or waler, may bo kept on any lot or In any building In
which cotton ls not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon tho expiration of which time lt
shall be removed, and kept in tho manner aa required by
the foregoing section.
SEO. 8. Any person or'persona violating any part ol
this Ordinance shall 1? subject to a fino of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable In any Court of com?
ltalittod lo City Go oneil thia twenty-first day of May, in
tba year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
nirry-SOT mi. .ii ul n
(LU] ll ' ' li P. O. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Hurra, Clerk of Council. _Juno fl
fTTHB FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
I ? for tba Information of all concerned i
AH ouiiutoi TO nxooLiTE THE oxSAMBTHo or mmu
AJTD VAULTS EM TUB OOBPOBATXt Uli ITS OF TBTB CTTT.
I. Be lt Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen. That
from and after tbe ratlflcation or this OrUlnance, lt shall
not be lawful for any person to eleanso or remove th?
contenu of Vaults or Privies within tho limita of the
atty, without having previously obtained a license for the
aaxne; all such licenses to expira on tho Slat December
of ovary year, and bo ?ubjoct lo all requirements Impos?
ed by Ordinance* regulating tho granting of License, for
Drays and Caris.
'. IL Thal the use of Barrels In open Carts and Wagon?
la prohibited, and parties applying for License will be ro
quired to pr?vido closed Carin suitable for the purpose, i
UL AU perrons having such Ll cen*) ahalT report st
one nf th (tnard 1'T?. Anting tho day, hi? or their in?
tention t- lo snob work during th? ensuing night; In the
Lower Wards such report to bo made to the Main Gnarl
House in tho Upper Wards to llppir Guard House.
IV. The place or places for Uis deposit of such offal
a*j? bo designated from time to time by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of ?sch Ll cen Sod Cart or
any otbax parson who shall violate any .of Ute provisions
of this Ordinance, or sliall nog loci or refuto to observe
the same, or any of thom, ehaU forfeit and pay tur eec h
offence ? noe not to exceed twenty-fi'e dol?ais, lo be en,
forced by the Mayor in his Court, or roeorered In any
other Court of competent JuriadlcUon..
lUtifled lo City Cocoon Ulis ?Tend dav of Mar, In the
rear of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and six?
uTs., ?. GAILLARD,
V?. H. BMITU, Mayor.
. Clerk o? Council frno May 10
if A rv: f itt :: tt>,\ . .,.-. . . - . '. > . ;'i 1 > . V .;.:
MACHINE SHOPS. -
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
mnniiiNivT AND MINDER.
No. 314 .Meeting street,
(NUAR UMBI,) ' .
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES 8TEAM ENOINE?. IIOILKRH
?ml MACUINERY, Baw Mill*. Corn Mills, Uorso
Powora, Vertical ?nd lloriionld Sugar Mill?, Cotton
4cod crusher*, McCarthy Colton Oin?, ?nd all kinds o?
Iron and Hmm Castings, to ordor.
April 28 _ _ thstuemo_
JOHN F. TAYXOIt. .IA.MKS BARKLEY.
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED" TO EXECUTE AI.I. ORDER*) FOR
Illili! sud LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE sud ?
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RICE i
THRASUERS (from now patterns, with ?ll tho modorn j I
nipruvomouts), STEAM SAW MILLS, ftc. ftc
CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatnoss ?nd dispatch.
Repairs to Marloo and other Work,
Shall rn , Ivo apodal attention.
FOR BALE-Ono 13-borso poser '.: TEAM ENGINE,
?carly now; several new ami ueeoud-b nd UOILKIH, C
lo lOhorso power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
IO, 12 and 20 Horse Tower Steam
?9- All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall re?
salvo our prompt and careful attention.
JO UN F. TAYLOR St CO.
May ll 3mo
Deco ru ber 18_Broth ITT
BRIDGES & LA IN E,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
SI nc lil in ry of Ev r ry Description.
TAFTS r-ATENT HOLLINO IJ3VER SlxEAHS
No. 50 ConrUamu>?t.i corner or Greenwich,, |
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIRES,
Bolla, Nuts, Waihora, Car, Ship ?nd Bridge Bolts,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, Ac, Ac
STEEL AND ROBBER 81'RINGH, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forgos ?nd Jack Hero wi,
Cotton Dock for Car Covers, Brass ?nd Sliver Trimmings,
Belling of all kinds, Baggsgo Checks, ftc, Ac.
Also, Agents for tho manufacturers of OAR HEAD
ALU FI ii BRIDGES.. .ICELO. LANE.
IWTORl STEAM ENGINE CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED OAR WHEEL BOXES,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAH ERO Oil, No. 233 PEARL ST., j
LEID PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN BTRBBVT. ft KW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PEN CI LO
of superior quality aro manufactured and offered
at Dur tenn? to tho Trade Tba public ?re Invited
. to give tho AMERICAN LEAD PEN (JIL the pro
TUB PENCILS ABE TO BE HAD AT ALL TUB
PRINCIPAL BTATIONERS AND NO HON
DEALERS. . , .
ABB FOB THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
aVomniKi Drpmncnirr, J
Yauc Coi.i.tor, Novembor 10, I860, j
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrade I
Lead Pen ol bi ss the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of the American l'oljgrsde Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by tho American Lead Powell Company', Nsw
York, I Und thom superior to any pondi In uso, oven to
tho Faber or tho old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being s superior ;>oneil for sketching, ornamental and
raochanlcal drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lsad
pend I. ;
Theae pencils aro very finely graded and Uavo a very
smooth lead; oven tho sottest pondis bold tho point walli
they sr? all that can bo desired In a pondi, lt gives ma
great pleasure to be anio to assura Americana that they
?Ul no longer be compel? ed to depend opon Germany or
any other foreign market for peupla.
Professor of Drawing, Ac
au raicita aaa STAMTZD:
Kg- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
Nono genuine without the exact naroo of the firm :
look to lt,_Hmo_December 1?
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, )
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance llcensss bavo boen prepared
for dsllvsry from this Offloa, B. THOMAS,
Bsc. 1. B* it Ordained by Us Mayor and Aldermen, r\
City Council cuitmbUd, That from land after the Ant day
of Jauuary, licenses shall be taken ont for all carts, drat.
?nd wagons, used for private and domestic purposes. In
th? samo manner, ?nd according to tho same provision?
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, leioi
driven [for hire, except giving bonds, And ?sch such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge oom
talnlng th? number thereof, ?nd marked PriraU, io be
placed on the outside of tho shalt.
Bao. 3. No parson shall be takon by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance oonoorning ll
eco ns tor carts, drays, wagons and o th or carnages, un
Uss he or mw* ba a freeholder.
BBC. 8. Tho following shall hereafter be the tates foi
lice nana for publia and privato carts, drays, ?agons, kc.
including the horses orin?les nsed thereof, which abai]
be fra* from other taxation: ."
lUDuo CASTS, nat TS, ?rc, OB TOOSB nmoras rs ASS
nvaufue WOAXBVSB, ron HUB DIKBOT on IMDIBBOT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by ons hors? or
For everr cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two hones or
For ?Vary hack and carri,ge with two ?beda, 130.
For every hack and ?arriase with four wheels, WO.
For every stags or omnibus (except Lin? oumlboM
with two horses, tao. . '
Tor every stage or omnibus (sioept lin? omnibus,
drawn by four horus, SSC.
For every track drawn by two or more horses or moise,
For every express wagon drawn by two or naore hors? a
or mules, $80.
BBBAD OASTS AKD ITU Vii? CABTa, DRATS, BTC
For svf ry bread cart or wagon, M.
For avery cart, dray or wsgon, used tor private or do.
m estie purpose*, and not to be employed in th? Iran?,
porting of goods, wares, merell and Iso, tomber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, ol thar directly ot
Indirectly for tho same, shall pay for a license tbs ?nm ol
ts, exclus ive of tho hons or mule.
? Rauflod tn City Council, thia M th day of January,
(ht,) In the year of our Lord ons thousand eight har*,
dred and sixty-six. - I
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
Bj tb? Mayor. :
January I W. H, SMITH, 01<?k of *xu?a
nv H. rn. ni A ll H11A L?T? At DUO.
Hr virtue < ? novnrel writ? or /Wi /u ct'oi to mn directed
?oil delivered (?ml willi eousculut til parlle? cou
i-criiotll will bo sold lill? HAY. tho 13th InsUnt.
?I ll o'clock A. M., ou tb? prcintues sit?alo Mo. 35
All tho right. Utluaml Interest ol tho defendant In Ibo
ENTIRE CONTENTS Or* TA1I.ORINO ESTA1II.IHH
MKNT. coiial.llu.. or a valuable stock i?f ClothK, Cassi
mere?. YoaUngs, Llueca, Trliuiuliu.-*, Shirt?, Nccktioi,
iHove?, and a completo aaaortmont or Underclothing.
Usndsomo COUNTEHS, Shelving, aaa Fixtures, OH
Cloths, kc, ko.
Lovledonsnd to bo sold aa lim property ol JAMES
MCCORMICK, at tho suits ur COX k SMITH, tl. al
Torin rasb. JOHN E. CAREW, t?. C. D.
Fine Felt /Tuf? and i.'tothint/.
UV .Toil N <i. Mil,Mill ?ti 0O.
TO 110 It [tow. nth inst, st 10 o'clock, wtil bo ?ubi st
our nm-1 ion salesroom. No. 133 Mooting atrout,
31 doxen Mon's Nutria, French Drown aud lllack Fine
Doxens llora' Fluo Folt Usbi.
With Involco CLOTUINU, Linen Coats, Pauls. Ar.
Comilit?n* cash._ _Juno 13
DMll?ll HKt'rtEE IN Hilt'lTV.
fieyieard vs. Hiv, Trustee.
IVUl bosold, under Ibo dlrccU-o ol tho uudoralgued, at |
tho old Custom Hoitso, lu this city, ou TUESDAY,
tho Sib day or July, 1807, et ll o'clock A. KI..
That raluablo anti well known MANSION and the
grounds appurtenant tboreto, bounding on ihren streets,
viz. : East Day, Hooloty and Woolworth streets, aud con -
?tuting ono ol tho most attractive rcaldcucos in Charlos
ton, to wit :
1. All Hint LOT OF LAND, with tho Mansion and
Dulldlngs thereon, ou tho southwest comor of K&*t flsy
iud Society streets, measuring In front on Rest Day
street 107 feat 8 Inches, on tho back Uno 103 foot 11nchon,
ind in depth on tho north Uno 310 feet 4 Inches, and oil
tito ?onHi linn 180 foci i inches, moro or less.
a. All toot LOT OF LAND, with tho buildings thereon,
idjolnlug tho abovo to tho wost and ou tho south aldo of
?oclely street, measuring lu front OD said street 40 feet 6
Oches, sud In dopth 103 foot 3 lochos, moro or less.
8. All that LOT OF LAND on tho northwest comer ol
East Hay and Wentworth stmots, mrasurlii-r In froid on
Wentworth street 40 feet 3 luches, end ill dopth 101 fool 8
Inches, more or leas.
4. All that LOT OF LAND, adjoining tho next abovo to
lin weal, and measuring lu front UN fool, ami lu depth
104 fret H in- luv..
li. All that LOT OF LAND, with tho bnllrtin?? thereon,
uljolning tho uext atuvo lo Ibo west, mid of tho snmo
0. AU that I/) r OF LAND, with the tmllduii-x tln rooti.
icxt weat of tho above, mo-Muring In front M feet, on
ho back lino 44 feet 0 luelle.?, and hi depth 101 fret S
A plan oftho abovo propui ly can bo noon at tho ollie
if tho undondgued.
Also, to bo sold. PEW Nc.-in SL Paul'? (Thunda.
Terme - tiiie.f.mrth canil ; Ixilauco in one. two and
ihre? year?, tn bo suciirocl by a mortgage nf tho property.
IT10 bouaoa to tn. ?isurod ami pollclv* ajwlgncd. fur
-luton) to pay for papers.
Juno 13 thttul Master In Equity
NEW HI ll KIM Li; UN HPAIWV MU'Hd ANU
ON AND AFl'EUMONOAT, TUB OOril MAY INST,
tho Paasongor Train will mu OD MONDAYS, WED?
NESDAYS aud SATURDAYS. Dow? Trains leaving
SparUnburg C. H., at S A.M., arrive at Alston ot 11:30
A.M. Up Ti ahm leave? Alston st 13:30 P.M.; arrivoat
ripartanburu C. lt., at 7:00 P.M.
THOS, D. JETER,
Presidents, and U. Railroad.
Ilnloovllle, 8. 0., Mey 10, 1857.
Ma] 33 Imo
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by tho uso of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
caa bo coxed permanently, and at a trilling coat.
The astonishing success which baa attended tills in
valuable medicino fur Phyalcal and Norvous Woaknoie
General Debility and Prostration, Loss ol Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of tho oonsoquoncoa of you thru.
Indlscrellon, rendors it tho moat raluablo preparaUon
lt will removn all norvous affections, depression, ex?
citement, incapacity to atuilyorbuatnoss, loss of memo?
ry, confuslou, thoughts of sou* destrucUon, fears nf In.
ea atty, lo. It will ros to re tho appcUta, ronow tho hoelUi
of th0*0 who have destroyed, lt by sensual excess or ovil
Young Men, ba humbugged no moro by "Quack Doc?
tora" and Ignorant pi acUtiouor?, but sand without delay
for tho Elixir, and bo at once restored lo health end hap?
piness. A perfect Oura I? U naran toed In every instance.
Frico tl, or four bottle? to ono eddxo-e Kl.
Ono bottle la a um cl ont to effect a euro tn all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPEC UTO FILLS, for the
spoody and pormanonl cure of Qonorrhiea, (Heel, Uro
lh ral tit. charges, O ravel. Stricture, and all a ff oe ?tous o
tho Kidneys and bladder. Cure? effected in from uno to
five days. They aro prepared from vegetable ok trac bi
that are harmless on tho system, and novar nauaoato the
stomach or Impregnate the breath. No chango or die
la necessary whtlo suing them, nor doe? their acUon In
any manner Interioro with business pursuit*-. Prk o tl
Kl thar of tho abovo-monUonod articles will bo sent to
auy address, closely scaled, and postpaid, by maU u
express on receipt of price. Address ali order? to
BERGER. Mitti TB k CO., Chemist*.
March 30 ly No. Mt River streot. Troy, N. Y.
For the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQU1BTTE, DELICATE, AMD FRA
(1UANT PEUFDME, DIatlllod from tho Karo and
Beautiful Flower from whieb it taken itu naroo.
MAinTFAOTTJBED ONLY BY PHALON Sc, SON,
... . NTsW YOUS.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ans von FHAixm'B-un KO onren.
Bold by Druggist* generally, and
Bold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, TOBIN & CO.,
pian nary 31 , , - ? mthlyr_
OLD fflBUSDED DRUG STORK
E. 0. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATES PUIN tb IHiitN;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LA ROE ADDITIONS IO
their usual ?tock of pure and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
FINE BO APS
Comprising Invoices from tho moat roputablo manu?
facturers. On hand, all the principal
Indudlng PreparaUons of AYER, JAYNE, BALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WEIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ac Uso. a
Urge assortment ot
TRUSS ES . -
' MEDICINE CHESTS
METAL AND GUTTA FERCHA GOODS
.GLASSWABB OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention ti paid to tb? ImporUUon and eoloo
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and non?, othor are allowed to go out or tho Establish
with accuracy, and tho public can
depend on tho utmost reliability in
the execution of orders.
E. H, KELLERS, H.D,.li DAER, M.I).
UPPER WABDB GUARD HOUSE, I
CnASXXTTO i?, Kay 9th 1807. j
STOPPED FROM TWO COLORED MEN A COW,
who stated baring found ber tau mllee np Malu
The owner la requested to call, pay ?xpeM?? ?nd Uk*
h PT a ira 7 '-ii K. J. h I Nt* ia AH,
jiu, j ut u?ii u. w? o. n.
Ml ll.KM DllAKlt
W1U ?oil TilIH M?]IN1N0. ?t Luvir-psit IO o'clock. ?t bl?
Klon', corner . r King ?ml ninety tu. ri..
A (IKNKUAI. ASSORTMENT Ol' DIXY UOODH.
I'ONHIHTIMO or :
Ml'HMNM, CAMlilUc's. DRESS HOODS. MN KN,
ilciilun, Aline?, Jenn. (?????nter?. Hstinet, Hoop HklrU,
I lil ru. i ral Skirt*, Iji'lli?'. tioulH* ?lid N IMIMHI'Hosiery,
Towri?, T?blo trlulim, fcc.
TO-MORROW I will ?ell CO rem? IIOOTH ?nd SHOKS.
/hiller amt Sliouldvrs.
UV T. M. OATH lt?
WUI bo sold THIS DAY, on Ilrown'? Wbsrf, Ji paattf
137 Firkins ?ud Tub? Choleo I1UTTKK
400 Choice Hliouldors
30 TubB lard. .
Condition, cub. _Juu0 13
.S?ucfc of IMalt (Irocery corner of Archdale and
Princes* slreel?; also Good Wat and fixtures.
WM. MCKAY. JOHN OAMMMBMI.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
Will nell TU IS DAY. Thursday, 13tb lust., al 10 o'clock'
Tin: K.s inti: CONTENTS OK HAID STORK,
CONHIKTINII or :
TKA. COFFEE. CANDLES. Calmed M nat?, Ac, Ac:
ulfo, !.. ..f, M.?. I. ? I. Sa)in.iii, Soap. Tickled Fig's Fool,
Ttaa?tKM, IIC.UIH, Heilen, and Kiindry arlktcfl too uumer
oua lu mention.
BALANCE OF LEASK OF FOUR YKAU8 UNEXPIRED,
lottothcr willi I'K turen. Iiiuuudlato pOMaatM given.
Term? canli. Juno 13
Regular Sale of I'rauisitms, tlroerries, Lv/uors,
wm. MCKAY. .IOIIN CAMPIIKLI..
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
Cuati Anet lon limine,
No. 130 Meeting Btroot.
OpiKinltr Pavilion lietel.
Will nell TO-MltKHOW, Friday, lllb Inst.
Particulars In morning papur. _Juno li
MIT.MOAN Ov HON
Will ?oil on WEDNI'SDA Y. loth Inst, lu rear or Custom
House, nt 11 o'clock,
1 LOT ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
June ll_ _to th arawa
nANNF,'i1' S( illili.
An iloiieer nml Commission Merehanl, nt
Nu. NI) King ntrort. Iii low Ilrorul ?tree?.
OITnrH bin Hcrrlron for til? ail.i of MKIll'HANDIHK el
<1?y nn l night ?I lil? Htnrv, ?Ino for tint mle of Mock.
Honda, lt- al lillie. Vo.inoln, ll< I-MOH and Produce. U?et
elly refer?? ICH will Ito triton. Consignment* aollclted.
Tenus miKlerate and guarantees Katlflfactluu.
May Ti lino
PRIVATE SALES. T
UV lt. M. niAltsilii.l, .V nilli.,
m..u. i? anil Aactloiiei-n, No. Xl Urunda).
At Private halo
2 HKTS DOUBLE HARNESS
I IUK'k?way and llamona
1 |ial< Fine nor-, rf. 2 Juno 13
PROPRIETOR CF THE
<: it i : I \ il.I.ic, H. C.
WILLIAM. ..KOOK HAN KS,
STEAM OAS ITTliGll AND PLUMDKIt
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES, Cl AU
FITTINO AND FLUMBINO PROMPTLY AT.
TENDED TO. No. 110 KINO STREET,
AUKUII 31 Itetween Union ?ml uinvn streut?.
A FINK LUNCH
Served Evoi'y Day,
FROM ll TO 1? 1-3 O'CLOCK.
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES of tba eelobrated COMBINATION
OllADLE AND BABY TKNDK.lt. Pro?
pelling Hone?, ?nd all kinda ' of Kook.
Log llorara. Invalid Obalra, willi doubla
and aiuglo whoeli, from 115 "to SIS;
Children's Jarrlagei. Fanoy ?nd Varnlibod Wagon?,
Fancy Uni e?. Invalid Carri ag ea, made to order. Fancy
Propeller nd Baby Bookers, Ac, ka., Ilfa-alsa Horace,
mada toe 1er.
Depot, . o. 8S8 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
450, 4M a d 4SI WEST STREET, New York.
October it thatnlyr
Tito Universal Verdict ot* all the Most Ex?
perienced Paltry Cooba and Housekeep
oro ls t Hat tba
IS TUF. M0BT RKI.I Ail l.r. OF ALL B AKIN Ci POW?
DERS, bolug lien uti fi illy whit?, and freo from all ln
I jurions Ingredients, besidoa roqu iring only two third, of
tho quantity to bavo tho earoo effect aa other Yiest
Powder?. If yon want delightful Ito Crail, Biscuit and
'.urn Broad, give lt a trial
' ur .Min by O RU UER A' MARTIN,
No. 236 Elna street.
HENRY DISCUOFF A CO.,
Na 10*1 Eut Bay.
W. 9. CORWIN it CO.,
No. 259 King ?treat.
DOWLS Ai MOISE, Drug trista.
No. 151 MEETINO STRF.ET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 24 thataflrno
WHAT ra A couau ? IT is BOMETHTNO THAT
needs Dr. C. O. a AH RI SON'S EXPECTORANT at
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
For aale, wholesale and retail, at my store. No. 211
Routh KLghth street, Philadelphia, and by
DOWIK rt MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
No. 151 Mooting street, opposite Charleston HoteL
Juno 4 mthaO
OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OP POLIOS, I
CiiAELVjrroM, 8. C., May 23. 166*. f
TjARAORAPn IT. O/ ORDINANOB TO REGULATH
.L the "Cleansing of Privloe and Vaults," forbids the
iiso of barrel* tn open carls and wagons, and parties ap?
plying for license are required lo provide oloaod caria
sultablo for tho purpose. All persons, therefore, whu
Iitirpoee laklngjobs of Ihek'ntLaro hereby required bi
iring their carts to main gua: 1 bon so for Inspection be?
fore applying for Uoenso. C. B. H io WALD,
May 24 gmo_Captain of Polloo.
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
m Moer XatrBOTZD
ti ll A N D ARD SQUABS
Fall Iron Frame and Ovirstrung Bast,
MANOTA OTO BY AND WAREHOUSE
ie 19 Wast Houston-slr??t. \ Bm. ts
?AB BROAD WAT. H HW YOUR.
X-Iia UNDKBanQNKD, MEMBERS OF THF ?IBMO*
1 EBAUBHAAR h 0O" are pnusttoal Plano mik ara,
and as snob have bad a larga expo ri sn oe in eonneoHoa
arith soma ot the best Establishments In tala oenntry
sad Karapa. Their ) lanoa arc mad? not manly 1st
I? em, but ty Hiern, ai d nader their Imm?diat?paraonil
oop ervl?1on, ?MI Oiey allow no InatrontsnW to Isars IBM
rtotory and HUS Into the nanda of their patrons, saleas
losy bara a power, evenness, firmness and roundness ol
j Iras, aa elasticity af tench-wimont which no Inure
?eat ought to bs ?ali?faelory to th? pobUo-eo wall a
thal durability tn oem ai ruction, which ?nab lea ti to rv
Buln In tn ? and to withstand sudden ohaugaa of tam.
j tratara and exposure to extreme nest and oold, which
ara scssUmss unavoidable. _._.
Tony will at all tlmee be nappy toase th? pro! saetea
-od tba poblio si their Warerooms, and La vi la com pail.
soo between th sir awn Fiance and those of any othes
?^TCNEIU rjan AAR..TOBIAS HABS ?J
^ ^OHABLEB J. PO Ii ON KM ANS.
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proaiablo medium for the sdvertlilng public of
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Wa reapootfully solicit their patronage fdr cor mutual
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Novsn- bet 15 , _
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flMIDi PAPER CIRCULATES THROU0H0UT TH?
_L middle portion of Ino Stale, and offers the best
tac i nu e. for advertisers. February 39