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fotton clesed in New York at 26a?6} for
Middling Uplands. Gold eic sed at S8f
In Liverpool Cotton closed weak; Uplands,
lOJall; sales 7000 bales.
The poor of New York, from the note-book
of a reporter, is abont to be published. A re?
portar, a detective, or a thief, are the only men
to do sveh a subject justice.
WBBBLBB & WiLsos have been awarded the
nighest premium-a gjjfe medal-at the Paris
Exposition, for perfection of the sewing ma.
chine. This was the only gold medal awarded
for this class of articles. There were eighty
two competitors for the prise.
Parsons who use copying presses will be in?
terested to know that the GOODTBAB India Rub?
ber Glove Manufacturing Company, No. 205
Broadway, have made a new India rubber
copying sheet, which is sitid to much more
durable, useful and perfect th LU any other.
A coiBispoNDSNt'of the Courrier dst Etat*
Unie assarts that the Emperor ALBXABDBB was
pr?sent, incognito, at th? arrival of the King of <
\Prussia in Paris. The Emperor had on a plain
street dress, and stood on the sidewalk of the
4 boulevard of Sevastopol.
The hull of the famous iron clad Nev? Iron
tides, which was burned at Philadelphia, has
V Jtoen purchased from the Government by a Mr.
/ THOMPSON, of New York, who will soon, with
- a force of submarine workmen, have it raised
from its present submerged position.
Large masses of cast iron ara easily broken
by taking advantage of the nonoompressibility
of water. A hole is drilled one-third through
J the mass to be broken, and filled with water ; a
/ steel plug is then inserted, and the ram of a
S pile-driver is let fall on tba plug, separating
the mass ir to two pieces with one blow,
j Provid. nee, R. I., will celebrate the Fourth
in the Mi-fashioned way with salutes, bell
ringing, military parade, exhibition of the
Fire Depa rtment, muslo, reading of the Decla?
ration, and a regatta. One feature of the last
Will be a race with wash tubs propelled by
meat. " of shingles. No oue can compete for
the prise who is not a good swimmer.
Ten /ears ago aman in Missouri bequeathed
$600 euch to ten of his slaves, on condition
thai they should emigrate to Liberia or some
country set apart for free persons. The slaves
remained in Missouri, and the St. Louis County
Court in tbat State has decided that it is "a
place set apart for free persona of color," and
the executor baa been ordered to pay over the
The canker-worm is committing great ravages
in the Massachusetts orchards. In the neigh?
borhood of Boston, thousands of apple trees are
blighted as if a fire had swept over them.
Every leaf is destroyed, and the crop in many
places is rained. The farmers grieve over the
loss of apples, to say nothing of cider-a bev?
erage which is not prohibited under the Mas?
sachusetts license law.
A St. Petersburg correspondent says that the
dar took with him to Western Europe, gold
snuff-boxes, diamond brooches, bracelets, Ac.,
to the value of 800,000 roubles, or somewhat !
more than $226,000, besides 1600 orders, , of j
which twelve are the St. Andrew. They were
to be given away to persons who manifested
courtesies to his Majesty, or who,performed
services that could not well Jbe repiiid with
Tbe> Phjbiilsjtfhia, Wilmington and Baltimore
is now building, at their shops in
Wilmington, Delaware, fifty freight cars, with
ventilators, for the purpose of carrying the ex?
tensive peach crop tb market from Philadel?
phia and Maryland. These ventilators will
have the effect of keeping the fruit from spoil
- ing in the hot weather. This is probably a j
larger number of ears than has aver been or- ;
dared nt one time.
A Taxaa paper gives a curious description of |
the honey ant. In sise it is about half way be?
tween the large and. small red ants. Its color
Is a kind of reddish brown. The boney bag or
seek is attacked to the posterior part of the ab?
domen. It is overlaid with thin dark layers
abdnt half as large aa a grain of rice, and con?
tains a "pure clear honey of a most delicious
inter." Whether these ants have a common
storehouse, like the bee, our Texas authority
dees not know.
' The Boston Journal learns from the Amax on
that three Peruvian steamers had successfully
ascended'the Ucayali, Pachitea and Paleara to
Malo, in Peru, 1227 miles from the embouchure
of the Uoayall in the Amax on, thus demon?
strating the practicability of direct commerce
between the Atlantic and the interior of Peru,
6600 miles off. The cannibal Indians of the
river banks were, however, troublesome, and
in na engagement with them twenty-five were
The newspaper and street reports that the
Bunderberg had "sprang n leak" were wholly
unfounded. Seams exposed to the sun had
been affeetod, and to render it certain before
her departure that all was right, she was placed
opon the dry dock. Instead of springing a
leak? compartments (hat would have been first
to feel a Isak were not even damp. She was
feud perfectly reliable and sea-worthy, and is
BOW taking in coals for her voyage to Cher?
bourg. Sha. is in her berth adjoining Ho?
boken. Ferry slip, where she remains until
placed in the stream ready for sea. Mr. WIBB
takes her to France himself, and will probably
steam away on the morning of the 4th of July.
Tho United Service Gazette says: .?Captain
H. F. McKiuor, B, N., has gone to the United
" . States, on three months' leave, to get some
Rn valuable patents in operation connected with
smythe use of mineral oil as fuel for steamers.
HW Th's unlimited supply of this oil in America,
and the scarcity of coal, render the subject one
i'y of great importance in that country. The
steamers trading between San Francisco and
Japan and China will save 76 percent, for their
fuel, taking into consideration the immense
caving in space which the oil gives over the
' coaL For long voyages, for ships of war, and
for steam yachts, the oil fuel will very soon
supersede the dirty, smoky, black diamond.
a?- WIJLMAM WASHINGTON, Esq., died at his
residence near Brentsviile, Prince William
County, Va., on the 21stinstant, aged 74years.
He waa a son of BAI LIT WAIHINGTC N, of Staf?
ford County, Va., and brother of Colonel WIL?
LIAM WASHINGTON, deceased, of the revolution,
and third cousin of General GBOHOS WASHING?
TON, the Father of his Country. His brother,
Colonel HKNBY WASHINGTON, of the District of j
Columbia, survives. was noted in early
lifo for versatility of talents, at which time he
studied medicine; afterwards entering the
regular army as an officer of the war of 1812,
in which he served with honor and distinction,
and, at the close of the war, was honorably
discharged. After the war he. engaged in
private pursuits. He was remarkable for the
simplicity of his life, sincerity and truth being
the streng traits of his character.
A strangely foolish piece of petty tyranny
is officially reported to have been perpetrated
in the latter part of last month at Marianna,
Florida. Two young ladies, one of whom was
of a thoroughly Union family, who had ad?
hered to the Federal cause without flinching
throughout thc entire war, were summoned
before a Military Court, for the alleged crime
of scattering the flowers placed on a Union
soldier's grave. Threatened with military ar?
rest in ease they did not respond to the sum?
mons, they appeared before the Court, which
eonsisted solely of one Captain C. M. HAM IL
TOB, in whom was vested the entire dignity of |
Judge, Associate, Advocate, and all the other
officials of a Military Court. When the sus?
pected girls had been put to this mortification
and pain, it appeared that the only witnesses
?srainet them were two n^gjii*- wh0 could not
swear to anything positively, ana ^ Broving
gf ?n alibi was an easy matter.
aa m ii rn Uli- Ii i
AT EPERNEY, not far east of Paris, writes a
correspondent, we ere at the entrepot of the
Champagnes made in France. The town has a
foundation of limestone, in which immense
Tanita are excavated for the storage of wines.
Some of these are so large that a regiment of
cavalry hare ridden through. Five hundred
j years ago these wines were cheap, but to such
perfection had culture brought them that for
more than two hundred years they have been
most valuable, and every thing which it takes
art to produce, must always be dear. And
when one takes into account that many of the
choicest wines are raised on one single small
vineyard, and the choicest products drank in
France, the immense sale of what goes under
valuable names in our country, reminds one of
the sale of relics by the Romish priests, pro?
voking a computation as to the number of
original fingers and toes a saint naturally pos?
sessed. The immense amount of labor and
care bestowed in the process of champagne
making is hardly conceivable; every pos?
sible circumstance, even to the shape
and siie, and quality.- of glass of the
bottles is the last process, affecting its quality.
It is sometimes passed nearly two hundred
times through the laborer's hands before it is
ready for market. Taking not only this fact
into account, but that of- loss by breakage of
the bottles during the process of the last fer?
mentation, and their value is more accounta?
ble. Ordinarily the mahers lose from six to
eight per cent., but it is possible sometimes
that they may lose even more than thirty per
cent. And so capricious is the change that is
constantly taking place in these wines from
beginning, to end that no skill can avert them.
Sometimes it must be forced to effervesce while
it is possible that it may defy all efforts to that
purpose. It is possible of two stacks of bottles
in the same cellar, side by side, nearly all of j
one may burst while the other remains undis?
turbed. At such times the workmen who at
? tend must enter with wire masks over their
faces to prevent injury from the bursting bot?
tles. Some of these champagne cellars contain
constantly from 600,000 to 600,000 bottles; and
those of one wine-grower at Chulons-sur
Marnt contains usually 4,000,000 bottles. The
excavations in the chalk rock through which
wagona pass are said to be six miles in length.
The London Daily New? thinks all the na?
tions of the world are in lore with France, and
says : France is a great enchar.tresa. Her
charms and her seductions make her the Cleo?
patra of nations. Her language, her wit, her
taste, her intellect, her sentiment, her cyni?
cism, her self-assertion-all that ia ao exqui?
sitely symmetrical, luminous, and penetrating
in her finely tempered genius, make all civil?
ized society her lover and her Blare. But
like the favorite type of her literature, she is
loved as the mistress, not as the wife. There
hare been moments in her history when all
the world rushed with an irresistible ardor of |
admiration to her feet-when to be a Erench
citiaen was to be a lawgiver to humanity.
But these were moments when she waa not thc '
Cleopatra, but the Sybil. At the lestertwhat
long and dreary periods o^^emunde, and self
abandonment, and lojia-Tjf dignity and self-re?
spect, has she jrilen to the rapture of these
moments of freedom ! and during these interj
Tala, renowned it is true for gigantic feats of j
arms, and a prodigious splendor of luxury,
tad monumental constructions, who among
tjhe admirers of France would willingly have
exchanged the immunities of a guest for the
honors of a citizen or a subj ec t. Imperialism
maybe a delightful regime for foreign resi?
dents in France to live under ; but when they
ere asked to become naturalised subjects of the
Second Empire, they may remember the reply
of the gallant old batchelor, who was asked
why he did not marry a ?harming person at
whose house he passed the leisure hours of
every day-" But where am I to pass my
THEES WEEK four hundred and fifty Catholic
Archbishops and Bishops, and about thirty
thousand priests in Borne on Thursday. The
Pope held a public consistory, at which he de?
livered an allocution on the situation of the
Church and warned its "enemies" of its im?
mense earthly power. The American prelates
were treated with marked attention by the Holy
Father, who granted them an audience, at
which he referred publicly to the great progress,
religious and civil, of the United States. The
American Bishops presented the Pope with two
hundred thousand dollars in gold, and an ele?
gant model of the yacht Henrietta, made of
silver, which contained fifty thousand dollars in
geld coin stowed away below. The Pope lifted
the model from the case saying, "Non e'vapore,"
( "it is not a steamer I"), which was translated
by some as "it is not all vapor" which comes
from America. His Holiness had only "pleas?
ant words," he said, for all Americans. Arch?
bishop PURCELL, of Cincinnati, has been as?
signed a place on the Pope's right hand at the
St. Peter's Day celebration. The Pope ex?
pressed his wish to call a Council of the
THE NSW YORK Herald confesses that there
is much anxiety among the monoy-dealers of |
the gold-reom touching the action of Congress
on impeachment, reconstruction, and the finan?
ces. That paper essays to dismiss the fears of j
these persons, but awkwardly mixes up with
its arguments to show that there will be no dis?
turbance by the action of Congress, the re?
mark that "the property of this country is sub?
jected to a forced levy of five, hundred millions
of dollars exclusive of State and municipal
taxes. Twenty yean of such taxation would
be equal to the whole of the property of the
country at the present time." This is not cal?
culated very much to allay the excitement of |
the bulls and bears. It ia with reference to
this enormous taxation that the Democratic
party in Maine demands that a third of the
property of the country-the national bonds
now exempt from taxation, shall bear a part of |
the burthen on account of the public debt.
Whether the Congress about to assemble meets
this issue or not, sooner or later it must be
met and settled.
THC NSW YORX Herald is guilty of a gToss
breach of gallantry, as will be seen by the fol?
lowing editorial notioe: "The advocates of
woman's rights have met in full force at Al?
bany. Time that might be better employed
has been wasted listening to the platitudes of
Mrs. E. CADY STANTON and other members of
the muscular sisterhood. Surely we have had
enough of this. The members of the Conven?
tion could not well refuse the fair orators a
hearing. In doing so they have done enough ;
and the public will be glad to see that the Suf?
frage Committee have dismissed the petitioners
with as much grace as possible. Let the mem?
bers of the Convention give themselves to their
proper work. It is reform we want-an im?
proved judiciary, and the concentration of
power and responsibility in the executive
branches of our State and municipal govern?
ments. The call for reform is loud and im?
perious." The Herald wants reforming. Mrs.
CADY should take him in hand and teach him
DB. HOLMKS, in The Guardian Angel, gives
us a specimen of the powers of the "Bard of j
Oxbow Village" thus:
Another's I O the pang, the smart I
Vate owes no love a deathless grudge
The barbed fang has rent a heart
Judge-judge-no, not judge. Budge, drudge,
fudge-What a disgusting languge English is I
Nothing fit to couple with such a word as
grudge ! And the gush of an impassioned
moment arrested in full flow, stopped short,
corked up, for want of a paltry rhyme ! Judge
LARG i ST OIRO?LATTON.-7^ DAILY
NEWS publishes the.Official L?t of let?
ters remaining in the Poitoffice ai the end
bf tack veehf agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
Bxonc-N 5. And be it farther enacted, That bate of let.
tere remaining uncalled for in any Poetofflce in any atty,
town or Tillage, where a newspaper shall be printed,
i shall hereafter be published once only In the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
j largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
ter Ai communications intended for publication in
(his journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Baily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1867.
JOB WORK.-We have now completed our
office so as to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
MEXICO AND MAXIMILIAN.
A telegraphic dispatch printed in our
issue of yesterday, announces, in what ap?
pears to be a reliable, if not official form,
the death of MAXIMILIAN. He was tried
by court martial, condemned, and execut?
ed on the 19th ult.; and, by a refinement of
cruelty, his body was refused both to the
American and Austrian naval command?
ers, who asked for it. And so ends the
empire of Mexico ! But this is only the
beginning of the end. The judicial mur?
der of MAXIMILIAN is the first act of what
will prove a bloody tragedy, the denoue?
ment of which will consist in the entire an?
nihilation of Mexico, as a separate and in?
dependent country, people or nationality.
Ten years ago England, Spain and
France combined were on the point of mak?
ing war on Mexico, in order to enforce the
payment of moneys due their respective
subjects. These claims are still unsettled,
and to them have been added quantities of
Imperial Mexican scrip, now in the hands
of mournful French capitalists. The Mexi?
cans, intoxicated with victory, are now
more insolent than ever, and boldly boast
that no power can hereafter compel them
to pay their debts; openly disavowing,
all sense of^moral obligation. This
is -oct independence-this is outlaw?
ry or brigandage; and in fact- their
.entire conduct during the last few
years, to go no further back, and
especially in the war which has just term?
inated, has been that of brigands and outlaws
rather than of a civilized people, recogniz?
ing the sanctity of laws, oaths and obliga?
tions. They are hostes humani generis,
and the storm and indignation of an in?
censed world will ere long break over
them, and, in the emphatic language of
tho New Orleans Picayune, the very name
of Mexico will be obliterated from the roll
of nations, and its Indians like Camanches
and Seminoles must be driven to their
holes in the mountains, there to perish
out of the earth, if we do not mistake the
feeling of the American, as well as all
To her old enemies, Spain, France and
England, the Republic of Mexico by her
heinous conduct has added Austria and
Belgium, and in fact every civilized nation
on earth. Even the United States, unless
we are greatly mistaken, is beginning to
blush for her protege, adopted because of
circumstances and the Monroe Doctrine.
Mr. SEWARD will not want for grievances,
if he is desirous to terminate the amicable
relations now subsisting with the Republic
of Mexico, and assume a hostile attitude.
The SANTA ANNA difficulty is a most fla?
grant violation of the law of nations, worse
than the Trent affair, to which Mr.
SEWARD had to back down, much against
his will. If the facts of the case have
been correctly reported, and we have no
reason to doubt it, they arc of a remarka?
bly aggravating character. SANTA ANNA
was a prisoner on board an American ship,
the Virginia, and was forcibly removed
therefrom by a Mexican gunboat at Si?
sal, against his own protest and that of the
American commander. "The Captain,"
the dispatch says, "spread the American
ensign on the gangway. The Mexicans
trod on the "flag." Here is one of the
greatest insults ever offered to the national
When Commodore INGRAM AM gave his
protection to the Hungarian exile KOSZTA,
who had not a whit more claims to it than
SANTA ANNA, (indeed not as much), the
people of the United States applauded the
act, and were prepared to support it at all
hazards. It cannot be that a few years of
internal feud and party strife should have
so deadened our chivalry, and the jealousy
with which we have always guarded our na?
tional honor, that we can pass an affront
like this unavenged.
That the so-called Liberals in Mexico,
of whom the half-breed JUAREZ is tho
head, could not have succeeded without
the support of the United States, to us
and to the rest of the world is a self-evident
proposition. But Mexican pride, or igno?
rant conceit will not permit them to see
this or acknowledge it. Their own prow?
ess, they flatter themselves, has expelled
the foreign invader. This is their boast
in the " Liberal " newspapers, and they
feel far from friendly toward Los Ameri?
canos del Korie. A quarrel is inevitable,
and the sooner il comes, the better, we be?
lieve for the interests both of this country
and of Mexico. Such a war of course can
only end in the conquest of the entire
country, and annexation to the United
States. Such a war we believe, would
heal up and cicatrize wounds and sores of
long standing. Engaged against a com?
mon enemy abroad, there would be every
motive, nay an imperious necessity, for union
and harmony at home. Here we have
the enemy and the quarrel ready made to
hand. All that is necessary is simply to
go ahead and " pitch in." We are waiting
impatiently on Mr. SEWARD.
ABTXMTJB WARD onoe remarked to Mr. Carleton,
that he waa going to get him to write his next
book-referring " sarco* licumly" to the BO vero
editorial revision of his publisher. His new book,
entitled ARTEMUS W ABD LN LONDON, which will bo
issued thia week, besides being full of the authors
funniest conceits, exhibits, in its illustrations,
altogether the best conception of Artemus Ward,
the great showman of " wax Aggers and moral
Kangaroos," ever drawn.
WANTED, A GIRL. ABOUT 14 YEARS
of ?ge, to attend in a House. Recommendation s
acquired. Inquire BUTLEDGEJAVENUE, cast side, six
doors above Spring street ws2 July 3
WANTED. V GOOD COOK, WASHER AND
Ironer, also, to make herself generally useful in a
?mall family. Balorence required. Apply at No. 374
King street 1* july 3
WANTED.- DISCHARGED SAILORS AND
Soldiers, and all others out of employment, to act
as Agents for the sale of the Gold on Stationery Package,
from $6 to $10 per day can be made. Apply to
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale and Retail Agent
No. 637 King-street (opposite Ann-street)
June 26 wfm
UfJ fT TO 310 PER DAY.-A GK VI'S WANTED
M?t> to sell the GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE
Tho above amount can be ??ade.
Apply to M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale and Retail Agent
No. 627 King street opposite Ann street.
June 26 wfm
WANTED, A CAPABLE WOMAN, TO
make herself generally useful in a small nimby.
Apply at No. 86 BEA UFA IN STREET, next to corner
Rutledge street July 1
TlfANTED-A CHILD'S NURSE AND
TT Chambermaid. Also a good cook. Recommenda
Sons required. Apply at No 71 Broad street
rRBNT, A SHALL HOUSE WITH FIVE
BOOHS, within a few minutes walk ol the Post
office. Apply at No. 46 WENTWORTH STREET.
rpo RENT. FOR ONE OR A TERM OF
X years, the two-and-a-half story WOODEN DWEL?
LING, No. 16 Rutledge Avenue, opposite Doughty atrect.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. wfm_June 26_
rRBNT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, Ho. ll KING STREET, with all the neces?
sary outbuildings, cistern, kc. Inquire at No. S, SOUTH
SIDE OF THE ABOVE._wfm_June 4
rRENT, A FINE RESIDENCE ON NORTH
side Bull, near Butledge street. The House has
six rooms, is in complete order, end has a very largo
yard. Apply to T. A WHITNEY,
No 7 Franklin,
July 1 8 Or No. 2 Chalmers street
GRAND LODGE OF A. F. M, OF SOUTH
CARO LENA.-Proposals will be received until
Monday, 1st July, at the office of the Grand Secretary,
26 Broad street for renting the STORE formerly occu?
pied by Messrs. Epstln et Zemansky, corner of King
and Wentworth streets. B. S. BRUNS,
june 29 Grand Secretary.
rRBNT, PART OF A HOUSE AND
Kitchen, pleasantly situated, in tbe western por?
tion of the city. A family without children preferred.
Address S. H. J., News office. June 28
FOR SALE, A GOOD WORK MULE.
Can be seen at B. MCINNES', No. 82 Chalmers
street _wfl*_July 3
OR SALE, ONE PAIR FINE WORK?
ING MULES, warranted sound, and works welt
Inquire st N o. 62 STATE STREET. 2? July 2
FOR SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Seats, pole and shaft Also, a set of double and
single HARNESS, all In good order. Can be seen and
bargained for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
21 Lynch street. May 17
FH ND, ON THE MORNING OF THE 3d
inst, a POCKET BOOK, which the owner can have
by proving property and paying for advertisement
GREEN, TRAPMANN A CO. HAVE BKJOVED
their office so SOOTH ATLANTfe WHARr. v
June 4. s- ? ' " _ wfnT
TVi?MOVAL-THE OFFICE OF THE
Xi SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has
been removed from over the old Bank of Charleston to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
JN. ROBSON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
a his old stand. Noa 1 and 2 ATLANTIC WHARF.
July 1 3
BOARDING_THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOABD can be had on immediate appli?
cation to No No. 69 CHURCH STREET, west side, near
Tradd street Terms reasonable._June 12
EXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
rates, in the most central business pert of the city,
without lodging, in a private house, can now be had.
For particulars address "X. L," Postofflce. May 16
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE.
ARRANGEMENTS ARE IN PROGRESS TO ACCOM?
MODATE Ons Hundred additional Cadets in this
Institution. Its weil established character for Its sys?
tem of discipline, sud course of Instruction, commends
it to the support of those who desire a practical educa?
tion. Information will be supplied by application to the
undersigned. FRANOIS H. SMITH,
May 20_m4aow6_ Superintendent
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MBS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
nut during the past fifteen j esra s resident in
Europe, is desirous of giving instruction in tho French
Language, cit nor at her own residence or st the houses
of her pupils.
Inquire st Mrs. FINNE Y'S, No. 190 King street
rE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
with him in the FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS, his Son, GEORGE H. INGRAHAM, Jr., un
der the name and style of GEORGE H. INGRAHAM A
SON. GEORGE H. INGRAHAM.
July 1st 1867._mwf3_July 1
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rrVHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
X between us under the name and firm of BRUNS &
BEE ia this dsy dissolved by mutual consent. Either
party 1. authorised to uso the name of the concern m
liquidation. HENRY L. BRUNS.
July 1st, 1867. THOMAS S. 8K
TT7TLL CONTINUE THE AUCTION AND COMMIS
VV SION BUSINESS st the old stand, No. 78 EAST
BAY, on his own account
July lat 1867. THOMAS 8. BEE.
PtOM THE FIRM 0/ BBUNS A BEE I RESPECT?
FULLY solicit for my hus co-partner, Mr. THOMAS
h. REE, tho esme liberal patronage which has always
been extended to me. For the present I can be found at
tho store of Mr. Thomas S. Bee, where I will be happy to
soe my friends and custom en.
HENRY L. BRUNS.
July 1st 1867._8_July 1
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP,
rp HE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE
JL style of BODDLN A CAMPBELL waa dissolved on
the 1 st day of December, 1806. B. ROLLIN.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of B. ARNOLD k CO., waa disolved
by its own limitation, on the lat of April last The busi?
ness will be continued by the subscriber st the Old
Stand, No. 219 Meeting street, where Mr. A. E. GADS?
DEN can be found ready to atteud to the customers of
the eatabllament B. ABNOLD.
July 1st 1867. No. 219 Meeting street
July 1 Imo
REDUCTION OF DENTAL PRICES TO SUIT
DR. J.E. DAPBAY, DENTIST. IS NOW PREPARED
to complete the insertion of wholo upper or lower
sets of ARTLFICAL TEETH, upon the most approved
method, and with the best materials, at $20 per sot Par
rial sets in proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
perfect flt, and neatness of finish, guaranteed.
All other operations upon the Teeth performed In a
skillful and warrantable manner.
Office at his residence NO. 6 LIBERTY STREET,
mwf Charleston. S. C.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WELL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON. RI CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. C.
E. WILLI8.AB. CHISOLM
October 25 _
TO BZOtJLATE THE ST o BA? s OF PETROLEUM, ITS PRO?
DUCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OHS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council assembled, That from and after, the 16th day
of June next, lt shah not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for aale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line street in a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels ot tin or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by bind
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any building in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time lt
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section.
SEO. 3. Any person or persons violating any part of
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com?
petent j u risdic tiou.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Conned. June 6
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE,)
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 4,1367. I
rpHE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
X inclosures, vaults, kc, will commence on Monday
next, Gt inst Owners and occupants are hereby required
to see that their premise, are in good condition and that
nil filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspection* will follow.
By ord or of Mayor GAILLARD.
C. B. PIG WALD.
_Chief ef Police.
OFFICE OP THE CAPTAIN OF POLICE, 1
CHARLESTON, 8. C., May 23,18C3. J
PABAGBAPH II. O/ ORDINANCE TO REGULATE
the "Cleansing of Privies and Vaults," forbids the
use of torr?is in open carts and wagons, and parties ap?
plying i'or license are required to provide closed cart?
suitable for the purpose. AU persons, therefore, who
purpose taking jobs of the kind, are hereby required to
bring their carts to main guard house for inspection be?
fore applying for license. 0. B. SIG WALD,
May 24 2mo Captain of Police.
GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
rE MEMBERS ARE NOTIFIED THAT THE THIRD
Reading and final action of tho proposed new Role
on Life Membership, will take place Thu Evening.
JOHN A. BLUM,
?SPECIAL MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY WILL
be held This Evening at "TULLY'S," No. 124 King
The Society will moet Tc-Morrow, the 4th inst, at the
same place at 4 o'clock P. M., and will dine together at
5 o'clock P. M. JAMES SIMONS, Jr.,
PALMETTO BASE BALL CLUB.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEE TING WILL BE
held This (Wednesday) Evening, at 8 o'clock, at
Pavilion Hotel. Matters of interest will be presented for
consideration, and a foll attendance la requested by
July 3_1_ THE PRESIDENT.
I LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A. F.M.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION OF
thia LODGE will be hold Thu Evening, (Wednesday
I 3d inst,) at 8 o'clock. By or 1er W. M.
M. M. Degree. THEOT E. NEWTON,
Joly 8_1_ Secretary.
COMMISSIONERS OF .MARKETS.
AREGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE COM?
MISSIONERS of Marketa will be held This After?
noon, at Market Hall, at 0 o'clock.
July 8_1_WILLIAM KIRKWOOD.
I. O. O. P.-lt. W. GRAND LODGE OF THE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OP THIS B.W.
GRAND LODGE, are requested to meet the M. W.
Grand Master, for the installation of the Officers of the
Subordinate Lodges, on the evenings of the 2d, 3d, 4th,
5th, and 7th lusts., at 8)? o'clock.
By order of tho M. W. G. M.
JOHN L. HONOUR, J*., M. D.,
Joly 2 4 Grand Secretary.
Music on the 4th at the Up Town
"ICE CREAM GARDEN."
"KifRS. DUNNEMAN TAKES PLEASURE IN AN?
IM. NOUNCLNG to the public that she will give a CON
. CERT on the 4th at her ICE CREAM GARDEN, No. 44
Nassau street The Music will commence at 7 P. M.,
and continue to 10 P. M. Selections, Arias, Ac, will be
played. 9* July 3
CELEBRATION OF THE 91 ST ANNIVER?
SARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, ON TBE
4TB OF JULY, 1867.
APROCESSION WILL BE FORMED AT THE
CITADEL GREEN, at 7 o'clock A. M., where the
various Societies and Companies will assemble punctual?
ly; they will then be formed, and the column will move
at 9 o'clock precisely in the following order : Down King
street to the Battery; thence up Meeting street to the
Citadel Green, where the Declaration of Independence
will be read and an oration delivered.
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
Chief Marshal and Assis tan's.
Officers of the Army and Navy.
The Fire Department
The Reverend the Clergy of all Denominations,
Mayor and Aldermen.
Judges of the Courts.
Union League of America.
St John's Evangelist Society.
Mutual Aid Society.
Draymen's Benevolent Society.
Union Wide Awake
Free Tempor?neo Union Association,
and other Civic Societies and citizens generally are re?
spectfully invited to Join in the procession,
The following gentlemen are appointed em Marshals of
E. W EASTON, Chief, W. H. M [SHAW,
J. KANSON, H. L. BENFORD,
JAMES D. PRICE, BENJAMIN PROS j,
OLIVER H. WILLIAMS, HENRY LEE,
The Procession will enter the Citadel Green in invert?
ed order. L. B MORGAN,
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
July 4 _,_a?
?Der $ic>9nc tiefe? Oertin? tttrb ftsttfinben am Xcn
nerftag ben 4ten Juip auf bern <Sd)Ubenhia(je. Sit Car?
ber @. C. 9i. 9?. merrett be? STOorgen? um 9 U&r unb bes
SNittag? um 1 Ubr oom S!nn??rr. Xecot, unb bet ?benb?
um 7 Ubr bom ?djUbeithlafte abfabren. Die $affage (in
uub triebet jurild f?r jtbe Herfen i ft 25 cent?. Den 9Rit*
Sliebem ber ?a}U6engefellfa)aft fonsie be? Seretn? i fl freiet
Committee : Sj. SBlnbb>im, C. ttidet?, SD. 2BetI6rocf,
SB. @d)eper, ?. gUtjat, $. ?arm?, unb SD. ?d)rober.
July 1 mwthS
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKER & CHILD,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
June 14 No. 103 EAST BAY.
A. S HULL, Ag*!,
HA8 REMOVED TO No. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will be glad to koo his sid friends and custom?
ers, an J baa in store a foll assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSI MERKS and VESTTNOS of every va?
riety, which ho will make up to or 1er at as low pt leos aa
any similar establiahment
A FUL ? ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR,
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr A Cb.,)
will superintend the Tailoring Department aa usual, and
will givo hi? especial attention to Cutting and Making of
ARMY AND NAVY UNIFORMS.
If ay ll 2mo*
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR STATE
Carolina BONDS, old and now.
State South Carolina Stock, old and new.
Northeastern Railroad Bonds.
South Carolina Railroad Interest Certificates.
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Coupons State South Carolina.
Coupons State Georgia.
Coupons City Savannah, Ga.
Coupons Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
Memphis and Charleston Ralroad Stock.
Apply to S AML. C. BLACK,
July 1 mw2_Broker, No. 28 Broad street
STATE BONDS WANTED.
STA1E OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS
Stat - of booth Carolina Coupons
Northeastern Railroad Bonds and Coupons
City of Savannah Coupons
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons
The highest price will be paid for the above securities
by ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
Jnly 2_5_No. 8 Broad street.
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
M. T. HEWITT, President.
J. W. ALVORD, First Vlce-Preeident
LEWIS CLEPHANE, Second vice-President.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HARRIS, General Inspector.
Banking Bouse, Pennsylvania Avenue, oorner of 19th
street, Washington, D. C.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NO. 9 STATE STREET.
Opens every day, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
from 10 A. M., to 2 P. M., and from 8 to 4 P. M.
DEPOSIT 8 OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payable tn January and July, in each y sar.
AU deposits will be repaid with interest due when re?
All the profits bolong to the depositors.
Branches have boen established in the principal cities
from New York to New Orleans, and accounts can be
transferred from one Branch to another, without charge
or interrupting the interest
Investments are only made insecurities of the United
States. RICHARD H. CAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS L. CARDOZO,
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. 9 State street Money deposited on or before the
16th day of July will be entitled to interest aa from July
1st NATHAN RITTER,
June 27 15 Caahier.
THE AIKEN PRESS.
IT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, 8. C., a Weekly paper under tho above title,
to be devoted to General Intelligence-Political, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Religious-with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, including the Field, the Orchard,
the Vineyard, and the Garden. A News Summary, to
contain a digest of the important events of the week,
will occupy ap)/ ti on of the paper, and particular atten?
tion will be given to the unsettled question of Labor, af
best adapted to our new condition, and the development
of the resources of the country m Manufactures, Agri?
culture, Fruit-ralslng, and Vine-growing.
Terms-$3 a year, m advance
H. W. RAVENED, Editor
W. D. KIRKLAND. Publisher. January 21
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG C. H.
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THF.
middle portion of th? State, and offers the best
(acuities for advertiser?. February 26.
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
J. K. REED & CO.,
EE8PECTFTJLLY ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS
?nd Patrons, that they have to-day opened
i LARGE CONSIGNMENT
CHOICE AND DESIRABLE
Which, together with the balance of their SUMMER
DRESS GOODS STOCK, has been arranged, marked
down, and is to-day opened and will be sold with cut re?
Prices suited to the Times.
Among our new and cheap GOODS, we quote as fol?
Fine Printed Jaconets at 25 cts.,
French Organdies, 25 and 30 cts.,
worth 35 and 45.
Printed Lawns, 16, 20 and 25 cts.,
worth 25 lo 40.
Mozambique* and Bareges
25 cents per yard,
FORMERLY SELLING AT SS, 40 AND 60 CENTS.
Particular attenlloi ls respectfully invited to these
GOODS, which will be sold, without reserve, at above
quoted prices, to close out the lots.
In connection with the above, we have received an as?
sortment of other desirable articles, which, together with
our previous large Stock of SUMMER GOODS, have
in prices, and will be sold, during the remainder ol the
season, at prices warranted to give satisfaction to pur?
J. B. REED & CO.,
No. 263 King, opposite Easel St.
July 1 _ mw2
AT 12 J CENTS.
AT 12, CENTS.
English Baragos, at 12 1-2 Cents.
JAMES B. BETTS,
NO. 252 KING STREET.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CASES OF SELECTED BOOTS AND SHOES,
which are offered AT RETAIL.
No. 137 ME.?TTNG 81 BEET,
July 1 3 Up Stairs.
B00K8, STATIONERY, ETC.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF BLANE BOOKS, FOB
Counting House use, with a fun stock of STATIONERY
and articles used by tho mercantile community.
For sale at the Old Stand, No. 9 BROAD STREET.
S. G. COURTENAY.
SCHOOL BOOHS AT HALF
ENGLISH. FRENCH, LATIN AND GREEK, ITALIAN,
GERMAN AND SPANISH SCHOOL BOOKS are be?
ing sold st half price. Teachers and parents, if they de?
sire to save, should avail themselves of tho opportunity.
Call soon, or you may be too late.
SAM. HART. Sr.,
June 17 Bookseller, King street.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 537 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mall or Express.
AU CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
CHEAP Iii PRICE-UNSURPASSED IS
rjTHE GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE ! IMMENSE
JL sale of $600,000 worth of Fine Stationery, Rich Fan?
cy Goods, Jewelry, etc., etc. The manufacturers re?
spectfully announce that they have in Stock a lar ,? o as?
sortment of the above mentioned goods, and in view of
the great r?ductions which are daily taking place in all
kinds of S tock,have determined to adopt the novel method
of disposing of their immense stock In packages at
Fi i ty cents each 1 Fifty cents each. look what you get
for 60 cents, 10 sheets extra thick Note Paper, 10 sheets
extra thick Willett Paper, 10 extra thick Buff Letter En?
velopes, 10 extra thick White Epistolary Envelopes, 6 ex?
tra fine No. 303 Steel Pens, and Holder, 1 extra fine No.
3 Lead Pencil with Rubber Head, and a handsome girt of
Ivory, Pearl, Gold Plsted or Vulcanite Jewelry. Price
for the whole only Fifty cents.
,83-Sold by Booksellers, Stationers, Agents and Deal?
M. M. QUINN, Wholesale Agent,
June 36_No. 6'17 King street, Charleston, 8. C.
C. F, VOUER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A Ur e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
cek'nated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am isements, kc _
AL the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the same.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERA7*. November 8
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DR. JOINVTLLE'S KT.rvTR you
can be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost
The astonishing success which has attended this in
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness
General Debility and Prostration, Loss of Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youihfu.
lnulscre'.ion, renders it the most valuable preparation
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, Incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of In?
sanity, Ste It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed_it by sensual excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tors" and ignorant p. actitiouers, but ?end without delay
for the Elixir, and be at once restored io health and hap?
piness. A perfect Curo is Guaranteed in every instance.
Price $1, or four bottles to one address 43.
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Strictur.-, and aU affections ci
tho Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the
stomach or Impregnate the breath. No change of diet
ls necessary while using them, nor does their action in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Pri?e Si
Either of the above-mentioned articles will be rent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mall or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHUTTS St CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 286 River street. Troy, N. Y
OFFICE CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARMENT, 1
June 20, 1867. J
rE ATTENTION OF ALL PARTIES ARE HEREBY
directed to tbs following Ordinance, ratified June
Df BELATIOK TO PUBLIC WILLS,
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in City
Council assembled. That lt shall and may be lawful for
the Board of Fire Masters, from time to time, to restrain
or to prohibit entirely, the use of any of the Public Wells
in any part of the city, whenever, in their Judgment, the
public good shall require such restraint or prohibition ;
and any person who shell violate any order of the said
Board of Fire Masters in relation to the Public Wells, In
pursuance of this Ordinance, after notice given per?
sonally in writing, or duly published in one of the city
ne wspapexs, shall be subject ed to a penalty of ten dollars
for every such offence. M. H. NATHAN,
June ai Ino Chief Fire Department
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
"VTEW FULTOK MARKET BEEF
J.1 New Corned Pork
New Pig Hams and Strips
New Head Cheese
New Bologna Saosaage
New Cream Cheese
Teas, Coffee, Chocolate, Sagan, Raisins, A?-ronds,
Citron, Pioneer Yeast Power, Washing Brae, English
M ns tard, kc.
Hotels supplied to order, by
WM. B BO WEB, Grocer,
Joly 3 3 No. 31 Spring street
ff f\ BBLS. MESS PORK AND PORK HEADS. .
OVJ For sale by WM. GURNEY,
July 3_No. 102 Esst Bay.
NORTH R1TER HAT.
mBALES N. R. HAY, LANDING THIS DAY
per . steamer Saragossa, at Atlantic North
Wharf. For sale by KING k GIBBON,
July 3 1 No. 10 Gillon street
OATS, HAY, RYE FLOUR.
OAs' lA BUSHELS PRIME OATS
?UUU 300 bales Prime N. R. Hay
35 bbls New Bye Flour.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
No. ll Market street opposite State street
July 3 3
COW PEAS, &c.
JUST RECEIVED A SMALL LOT OF COW PEAS.
EASTERN HAY, Corn, Oats, Shorts and Rice Floor,
and 3000 lbs. Linseed Cake (good cow or horse feed), which
will be sold low. K. ARNOLD,
No. 319 Meeting street northwest corner of John.
Joly 1 mw2
BACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
O A HEEDS. 0LEAR SIDES
?? U 25 hhds. C. R. Sides
25 hhds. Ribbed Sides
40 hhds. Choice Shoulders
20 hhds Plantation Shoulders.
In store and for sale low, by JEFFORDS k CO.,
July 2 S No. 80 Vendue Range.
TO 8AVE YOUR COTTON OBOP AND INCREASE
the yield, use CROASDALE'S SUPERPHOS?
PHATE, the Standard Fertiliser, richer In ammonia and
phosphoric acid than any other fertilizer in the market.
For sale by WM. GURNEY, Sole Agent,
June 28_fmw*_No. 102 East Bay.
HMD POWER MON PRK
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saying Machine that can be
pnt on a Plantation.
OPIN IONS OF THE PEOPLE s
ALLMDALT, BARNWELL DISTRICT, H. C., >
March 1,1867. j
Meurt. Little d- MartAaU :
GENTLEMEN : I used, during the psst season, one of
"Ingersoll's Portable Cotton Presses," purchased of you
last September. I have always been prejudiced in favor
of the "Screw Press," sud nothing but dire necessity in?
duced me to try any other. I take pleasure, however, m
adding my testimony in favor of its entire adaptation to
the wants ot a cotton plantation. It has surpassed my
most sanguine expectations. I hsve packed with but
two hauds, yet I prefer four-two at each lever. My
bales aU weighed over 600 lbs. The first lot I sent to
market averaged 562 l's. My Impression la that 600 lbs,
ls about the capacity of the Press, and a greater number
of pounds subject the foilow-block to too much risk, un?
less the sides of the cotton box was Increased. It would
add greatly to the value of the Press if the cotton box
was ten inches longer. In baste, I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, kc, B. w. LAWTON.
P. S. I took my Press down and carried it some four
miles to pack the crop of a neighbor, who failed t > have
"Screw" built; he wai so much pleased that be has
determined to abandon the "Screw" and purchaae "In?
gersoll's Press." E. W. L.
OFFICE or KING'S MOUNTAIN RAILROAD CO?TANT, 1
YoarvxLLX, S. C., April 16,1867. J
GENTLEMEN : I have just received your letter of Feb?
ruary 14th-upon my return to this place, after sn ab?
sence of two months-and this reply may be too late for
your "Descriptive Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
The Press I used in packing my cotton last year
worked admirably, packing, with ease from 600 to 625
lbs. With good active hands to work lt I am satisfied
that from eighteen to twenty balee might readily be
packed in a day.
This Press combines the advantages of lightness, and
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged bj any one of ordinary intelligence). Great com?
pressing force, with little motive, power, and "last but
not least" it is worked entirely by hand, thus saving for
the farm horses the hard labor imposed upon them by
the use of the ordinary "Screw."
Respectfully, kc, yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE k MARSHALL. Charleston, b. 0.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
No. 140 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
m wi Charleston, 8. C.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have boen prepared
for delivery from this Office. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen! n
City Council atuitxbted, That from (and after the first day
of January, licenses shall be taken ont for all carts, dray,
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven |for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shaft
Ssc. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer ts
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for cuts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un*
less he or she be a freeholder.
Ssc. 8. Tho following shall hereafter be the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, icc,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be free from other taxation:
PUBLIC CASTS, DRATS, KTO., OB TH OBX EMT LO VED ER AMT
BUSINESS WKAXEVEB, FOB HIRE DIRECT OB INDIRECT.
For every cart dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every back and carriage with two wheels, $90.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus,
with two horses, $60. -
For every stage or omnibus (except Tine omnibus;,
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, $60.
BREAD CASTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in the trans,
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum ot
$6, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of January,
[L. a] in tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. 0. PAILLARD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
Januarys_W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Conncfl.
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4 PPBOVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
A. the French Medical Faculty, aa the only safe and
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This invaluable preparation ls suited for either sex, and
has proved, from ample experience, the most efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long sought for m the Medical World Ii
used according to directions every possibility of danger
msy be avoided; a single application will radically nea*
trahze the venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Be wise in time, and at a very small outlay, save hours of
untold bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted In
the Old World, is new offered for sale for the first time in
America by F. A. DUPORT k CO., only authorised
Agents for the United States.
Price $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $5.
The usual discount to the trade. Sent securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT 4 CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ricord'a P. L.,
Msy 23 lyr No. 12 Gold Street New York.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
TT AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
JX street to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near 8t
Michael's Alley. August &J