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MONDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1867.
JOB WOKS.-We have now completed our office
so as to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORE, and we most re?
spectfully ask the patronage of our friends.
Post Office Notice.
POST OFFICE, i
CHARLESTON, 8. C., July 6,1867. |
After to-day tho mails for Northeastern Railroad
will close at 8 o'clock A.M., and to-day and after?
wards they are expected to reach the Railroad
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
delivery at this office at 3:30 o'clock P.M., except
on Bundar, when tho hour .will be from 6 P.M. to 7
P.M., until further notice.
STANLEY O. TROTT, P. M.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.-The steamer Emilie, as
will be seen by advertisement, has been unavoid?
ably delayed, and will not sail at ber usual time.
Due notice of the day of leaving will bo given by
ber agents, Messrs. SHACEELFORD ? KELLT.
DROWNED.-The Columbia Phoenix, ct tho 6th,
gives the following:
"Tho body of Sidney Beckman (son of W, H.
Beckman, Esq., of Helena, formerly a resident of
Charleston), was brought through this city yester?
day on its way to Charleston for interment. Young
Beckman was drowned on the 4th while bathing in
Manion LODOS, No. 1.LO.O. F.-At a meeting
of this Lodge, held on Friday evening, 5th July,
the foll J wing officers were duly installed to serve
abe ensuing term:
Brother M. H. MURRAY, K. O. .
Brother E. JNO. WHITE. V. ?
Brother C. F. D. PETIT, Bec Secretary.
Brother J. G. MARTIN, Per. Secretary and Treas.
Brother W, H. BURRELL, 0. G.
PATENT MOSQUITO BAB.-We have recently in?
spected a patent bar, invented and manufactured
by Mr. J. L. OWEN, NO. 98 Beaufain street. This
bar is intended to be placed in an open window,
and will at onoe admit the air and keep out winged
Intruders. Tho invention promises to be a grea?
convenience to f smilies who are now tormented
by mosquitoes, and we advise those parties to give
Mr. OWEN a call.
INFORMATION WARTED.-Amy Su m mei all, a col?
ored woman, living near Blounteville, Ala., desiree
information of her only daughter, Rpdah Ann.
Jost before the war, abe was carried from South
Carolina (between Abbeville and Augusta) and
sold to man m Yallah aa h a county, Miss., since
which timo her mother has never heard from ber.
She asks all so disposed .to extend this notice,
that Mother and daughter may be again united in
Tax COLUMBIA STATE PENITENTLYY-We have
seen two photographs of this building by Mr. W.
S. LEE, Artist, Columbia, & C. They show first
the full front of 500 feet, and next ? section as it
will appear when completed. These pictures as?
sure us that the good woxk is progressing, and
the time is not far distant when convicts will not
only have a homo, but. their labor will pay for their
imprisonment, and the country bo saved tho ex?
pense of supporting criminals.
THE MEDICAL COLL?GE or SOUTH CABOLTN A. - We
have received the annual circular of the Trustees
and Faculty of the College, from the press of Mr.
JOSEPH WALKES. It embraces the session of 1866
to 1867, and eoahtiM not only the names of the
trustees and faculty, but a catalogue of the stu?
dents, with the announcement of the session of
'67 and '68, with the regulations and resolutions
appended. The pamphlet ii got up in a neat
style and can be obtained by any member of the
profession or others interested at Mr. W.'JJUSE'S
stand, No. 8, Broad street.
gp ABETING ALE.-Mosers. RISLEY & CREIGHTON
have nude tu thou-debtors by supplying us with
?capias of WM. EDMONDS & Co.'a famous cham?
pagne ale. This did not become old stock, but was
quickly tapped, and the load report of the cork j
convinced the anxious spectators that the name ,
waa not a misnomer. Seeing is said to be not be- 1
hering, bot if tasting constitutes the naked truth,
we are prepared to state that the champagne ale
of Messrs. RZELST ? CBEIOHTON is all that its pro?
prietors claim for it, and more also. We cordially
recommend our friends who maybe affected by
Order 88 to call on Messrs. RXSLSX & CREIGHTON,
and they will bare their doubts removed and their
REPAIE 8 OR THE BATTERY.-In our last issue we
ortmtentionauy neglected to notice the report of
oar euergetio townsman, Alderman WILLIS, on the
condition of abe Battery. As many of oar citizens
are interested in the appearance of this prome?
nade, wa pabhah the report in ron :
The Committee examined the South, East and
Wert faces of the Battery; Had it requires founda?
tion tia f mall part of the Weet end, and the walls
mette Booth needs the crevices all filled with
brick hud in cement and saud; the East Battery
needs but httle repairing, bot would recommend
that the atones on all tho faces be thrown closer to
the basti of wall, to strengthen and act aa protec?
tion against the tides and storms. And would
further recommend it be repaired by day work,
only requiring the constant attention of throe or
loar experienced men and as many laborers to
complete it in thirty days, which will make the'
payment fall UghUy on the city. The work to be
dene under the direction of the Engineer, and
suggest it be commenced at once.
JAMES P. EARLE.
HOHOB TO WHOM HONOR rs DUE.-Tho Richmond
Whiff, in an editorial, notices the elevation of Dr,
E. S. GATLLAED to tho chair of General Pathology
and Pathological Anatomy in the Medical College
of Virginia. The Whig adds that Dr. Gm,T,*an is
? native of Sooth Carolina, and belongs to a family
that has produced several gentlemen eminent in
the profession of medicine. After practising some
time in Florida he removed to New York, and was
residing there on the outbreak of hostilities. Com?
ing Sooth, be at onoe tendered his services to tho
Confederate authorities and received an appoint?
ment in the medical department of the army. His
seal cost him an arm at Seven Pines; and his abili?
ties and attainments secured for bim promotion to
almost the highest .rank in his branch of service.
As editor of the Virginia Medical Journal, and as
a general contributor to medical literature and
science, he has taken high rank among the most | ;
learned of his profession, and his name is, per
haps, as widely known as that of any physician of j
his age in the Sooth.
TBS SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. -There are
few corporations in any country that have won for
themselves a more enviable notoriety than the
Southern Express Company. As public carriers
they have used every effort to shorten the dis?
tances between the different points, and to lessen
the expense. This and moro than this has been
accomplished ander the gavdianship of the Com?
pany, and their officers are now actively engaged
in correcting all abuses and in arranging the
transportation. Mr. L C. COURTENAY, formerly of
North Carolina, has now been appointed the Su
perintendent of this State. Mr. T. D. GILLESPIE,
the Agent, and Mr. H. P. ADAMS, the Assistant Su?
perintendent, are well known in this community;
and for fear that we might raise a blush, we will
not enumerate their good qualities, but simply
quote from the Montgomery Mad, which pays a
handsome compliment to the enterprise, skill and
untiring energy of the officers of the Southern Ex?
press Company. It says:
We are told that the Southern Express Company
transport from New York to Montgomery all
kinds of freight, and deliver it to consignees in?
side of three days. We are not astonished at this,
as we have had fr?quent occasion to remark the
enterprise of oar courteous neighbors, which no
circumstance of weather or time seems able to
abate. They are emphatically the people of all
work. In wind or rain, or in fair weather, day and
night alike, they display that same iron energy
which is bound to result in success. If our peo?
ple in every department of business evinced but
half the seal and energy which have established
the Southern Express Company as a permanent
institution of the country, there would be such a
prospect of golden prosperity as has never been
pfti^Ueled. we say it is an established institution,
?ad if a system of business, reduced almost to
vjerfeotion, managed by courtesy ancT efficiency,
responsible to the fullest extent of its business
operations, and linking the hues of railway all over
tbs country in a grand cluain of communication,
xrururing speed and safety, can establish an in?
stitution, then is our assertion true.
We must be pardoned for the utterances of our
admiration of (his mammoth business, for we are
not unmindful of the fact that, during tho wai-,
when the Government, for many reasons, encoun?
tered almost insuperable obstacles in the trans
portation of cormiussaty supplies to the armiea in
the field, tbis company came to the rescue of the
sood Samaritans, and used its limited transporta?
tion in carrying,/** of charge, millions of pounds
to the hospitals throughout the Confederacy.
This, we believe, is the first publio recognition ot
these kind offices, bot hundreds of sick and
wounded remember with what eager thankfulness
ihev received the donations from patriotic women,
who aceoniphsbed their charities through the
Southam Express Company.
COTJBT OT GENERAL 8ES8IONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-Hon. F. J. MOSES presiding.-The caso
> of THOS. HATTON, for stealing two bales of cotton
from the British bark Begone some time in last
April, was taken np.' M. P. O'CONNOR, Esq., ap?
peared for the defence. After a long and careful
trial, tho jury returned a verdict of guilty. HAY
TON was the same party implicated in the jail
robbery of SIMPSON, and his present verdict will
t- nd to keep him in durance viit for a few months
FAZE.-A Fair wid be held at the Hibernian Hall
to-morrow night, for the benefit of St. Stephen's
I Church. This is the brief notice of the advertise?
ment, but there are several powerful motives that
should induce au attendance-first, the entrance
fee is small; second, the cause is charity; and third,
tho last but not the least, the ladies who have the
matter in charge have determined to make this
fair equal to all that have preceded it. We forbear
any comment at present, but await the opening of
tho fair, feeling assured that the attendance will
bo satisfactory to the projectors.
Tm: FOURTH IN COLUMBIA.-The Fourth was
celebrated in Columbia in the old fashioned stylo,
by Sunday School celebrations, a tournament, a
trotting match, and scrub races. At 8 o'clock the
Union Republican party held a meeting at tho
vacant square near NICKERSON'S hotel. Aftor tho
preliminaries had been arranged, Col. B. B. CAB
PENTER, the Register in Bankruptcy for this city,
as orator of the day, addressed the audience. It
was estimated that fully 2000 people were present
and Mr. CARPENTER was listened to with great
attention. Col. CARPENTER'S speech was exactly
tnited to the times, and we would reprint it entire
if the crowded state of our columns did not forbid
FROM GREENLAND'S ICY X MOUNTAINS.-In the
present btress of weather, it becomes the bounden
duty of every good citizen to use all lawful man?
ners and means to cool himself. Before the days
of order No. 32, cobblers and juleps were the favor?
ite beverages of this heated class; but the military
fiat has caused a gush of temperance over the
whole land, and tho demand for strong drinks
luis-ceased. In this emergency it becomes us as
men to find a substituto for the unlawful bever?
age, and fortunately the task is not difficult. Wo
are not friendless, and there aro yet philanthropists
in the country. Mr. W. J. Tam, of Market street
whose stand is almost an ermnum gatherum, has
addod to the popularity of his establishment by
erecting a fountain. It is not such as
the old Spanish explorers desired, but
nono can doubt that it is a fountain of
life, and those who have once tasted the
health-giving, invigorating draughts that Mr.
TRIM manufactures, will at once bohevo in the
military policy, and become staunch temperance
men. Mr. TRIM has endeavored to obtain the
finest and most perfect style of fountain, and in
this, li ko other projects, bo has been successful
He can not only furnish the different syrups in
cool and pleasant state, but has an apparatus at?
tached to the fount that chipe up the ice, and
makes it like snow. When this is added to the
soda water it produces an intense coldness, and
causes a glow of satisfaction to fill the breast of
the fortunato drinkist. By the use of this inven
tion, Mr. TRIM has become the most popular re
frigorateur in the city, and we advise all who wish
to koep cool, and enjoy life, to pay him a visit
drink ono glass of his patent soda, and they will
feel like they had been regenerated, and that SIW?
ARD was not to be langhed at for his recent pur?
Wo have received the following communication
which will probably represent the speaker's views
moro fully than tho brief synopsis given in the
CHARLESTON, July Ctli, 1867.
Editors Daily News :
GENTLEMEN :-I observe in your issue of this
date, a statement referring to remarks made by
ns on the 4th instant, which wo desire to correct.
By giving thia a place, therefore, in your usually
interesting columns, yon will greatly oblige the
Ton state that the audience waa addressed by
us, " who eschewed politics, but showed to the
negroes bow they could advance themselves in
society, and advise them to study their true inter?
ests, and not bs made the tools of designing
How, while we desired to eschew polities, and
we are gi ad to know that in this we had succeeded,
and whii'j it is a fact that we addressed "negroes"
almost exclusively (there was, it is true, one or
(too whit*) persons present) (?) yet we did not ad?
dress them as such; wo did not show them, as
negroes, how they could sdvanoo themselves in
society: we did not advise them, as negroes, to
study their true interest. Nor did we make one
single reference to designing men, though we do
know that there are many.
Your statement, above qouted, suggests to our
mind the remark said to have been mado by Curvier
to the academicians, who had defined the crab to
bo "A red fish, that walks backwards. ' "Your
definition," said Cuvier, "is excellent, gentlemen,
but for some mistakes, the crab is not a fish, it is
not red, nor does it walk backwards. "
We did advise that if we, white and colored, re?
cognize the hand of God m the events of the past
six years, and do our duty to ourselves, our coun?
try, and .our God, aa He gives us to understand
them, an abiding faith in the providence of God
satisfies us that this great revolution in the insti?
tutions and habits of thinking of our people will
eventually work out a glorious future for our com?
A. J. RANSIES.
Messrs. Editors: In your issue of Tuesday, July
2d, you place before the public the testimony of
MICHAEL Lom S in the late jail robbery. JAMES
KENNEDY, the accused, has been favorably known
to this community for many years. Of his alleged
complicity tn the late robbery, his friends would
be slow to believe, unless proved by a more re?
spectable standard of witnesses. JAKES KENNEDY
has ever borne a high character for honesty and
integrity, ?nd yet this character, it seems, is ai
the tender mercy of Loma and his confreres.
We consider this investigation as a one-sided
affair, and why it should now be placed before tho
public, we are at a loss to account for, unless it is
intended to operate to the prejudice of the ac?
We are no.mvorer of crime in any shape, nor
would we wish to withhold its exposure, but what
we depreca to is, that JAKES KENNEDY is to be tried
lound guilty and sentenced, at least before the
bar of public opinion, on the testimony of such
mon as MIOHAET. Loms.
: We might ask the question who is this Lotus,
and who is JAKES KENNEDY ? The former is con
finad for crime, the latter occupied tho response
ble position of jailor. We all know that tho office
of jailor is not the most [pleasant, nor tho most
popular among (hoso over whom ho is placed to
execute tho law-the prisoners ' curso is hurled at
everybody and everything connected with that
peculiar institution, tho very bars are crusted with
the breath of their profanity.
We know too that the prison ors' fato is hard, for
such tho ends of justice demand, and yet no man
could tend moro to mitigate their hard fate than
tho jailor now in custody, JAKES KENNEDY. This
tact is shown beyond any question in his treat?
ment of the prisoner SIMPSON, up to the time of
his premeditated escape.
What we simply ask, is that public opinion will
suspend its judgment until a jury of twelve dis
interegted men shall have found him guilty of tho
charges prefercd against Mr. KENNEDY, and no1
base their judgment on the testimony of men
accused of crimes which shock our best sensi?
II you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, Ac; or, MTT.T.nrtfl' Almanac;
il you want Printiug executed neatly;
U you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books mado to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HAB?IS, NO. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction Sales Tbls Day.
KILROY k Co. will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, No. 138 Meeting street, the contents
sf a lamp and oil atoro.
LAUSET k ALEXANDER will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
before their'store. No. 107 East Bay, 97 bags corn.
The beat Dyspeptic Bitters now in use ore PANINTN'S
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to givo relief. Pry a
bottle, and be convinced. For sale by aU Druggists, m
The Time to Advertise In the Country.
THE PHCESIX has a largu circulation throughout th*,
middle and upper Districts ot tho State. Advertisinc
rates aa reasonable as tho stringoncy of tho money mar
*-it will warrant Merchant* and others wishing to use
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C.
THE SUMTEIi WATCHMAN
18 i PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT SUM
TER, S. C., by GILBERT k FLOWERS, Proprietors
at FOUR DOLLARS per anuuin, invariably in advance.
Ad vert? ?em eu te inserted at usual rates.
Every style ol Job Printing executed in the neates:
style and greatest dispatch, SeptemDei ?ft
When Dr. Sangrado found bia patiente weak he Rare
then water gruel. When they got weaker he bled them
and dosed them with calomel and jalap. GU Blas tells
ns they almost invariably died; A good many people are
killed that way yet The World in general, however, has
found out that, in cases of debility and premature de?
cay, HOsTKTTEK'S STOMACH BITTERS is the true
lifo sustaining cordial. This tonic is a powerful and
perfectly harmless restorative. But lt does more than
invigorate. It regulates and purifies. While it builds
up the strength sud infuses vitality into the blood, it
brings all the secretions into harmony with the laws of j
health. The feebler sex find it invaluable hi the various
physical difficulties to which then: organization renders
thom subject In all hysterical and hypochondriac*!
cases its effect is magical, The infirmities of age are al?
leviated by its ase; and where the circulation is torpid,
and there is a tendency to paralysis, HOST .KITER'S BIT?
TERS are recommended as a means of re-invigorating
the system and prolonging life.
' At this season of the year, particularly, when midsum?
mer's scorching heat does so much toward reducing
the vital energies ol the body, this inestimable tonic and
stomachic produces a wonderful effect By it tho
strength is increased, the appetite) preserved, and firm?
ness and elasticity given to the system.
July 6 G
Know thy Destiny.
Manam E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychomeeeician, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the O li World, hss now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. M?dame THORNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers ofm; ond sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the single or married of either ser. While in a s tato
of trance, she delineates the very features of the person
yon are to marry, and by the sid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of tho future husband or wife
of the applicant together with date of marriage, position
in life, loading traits of character, Ac. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert She will
send, when desired, s certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is wbst it purports to be. By
enclosing a email lock of hair, and lng place of birth,
sge, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fty conti
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mail,
AB coi nmunications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence, Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 323,
Hodson, N. Y ly March 30
Free to Everybody.
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It teaches h trw the homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fall to aend their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
Hcadq'rs. Second Military District,)
C'HAI ILES TON, S. C., May 20th, 1867. J
[GENT, HAL On DEUS NO. 25.)
It appears from sundry petitions and official repro
sen ta dons that the present scanty supply of food in the
Carolinas is seriously diminishel by the large quantity
of grain consumed in numerous distilleries, put up and
worked in defiance of the revenue laws of the United
litotes ; it is represi nted that few or none of the require?
ments of law are observed in any of these establishments ;
that the officers of the internal revenue service, while
endeavoring to assess and collect the whiskey tax, are
frequently treated with disrespect, and sometimes
menaced with violence ; and that when offenders are
prosecuted in the civil courts, and violations of the in?
ternal revenue laws indisputably proved, juries fail to
convict the parties ; it is further shown that Ods un?
lawful traffic makes food dearer In places where largo
numbers sro depending upon public and private bounty;
that the Government is, I cades, defrauded of a large
amount of revenue ; that tho authority of ita civil officers
is brought into contempt ; and furthermore, that the
mischief complained of tends to increase poverty, dis?
order and crime ; therefore, in the exercise of tho au?
thor! ty vested In the Commanding General, it is ordered
L The dietiUstion or manufacture of whiskey or other
spirits from grain, ls prohibited in this Military District
Any person so engaged or employed wuT be deemed guil?
ty of a misdemeanor. The possession of a still, or other
apparatus for this purpose, will be considered presump?
tive evidence of s violation of the Revenue Laws, and the
party or parties using the samo, or on whose promises,
or In whose possession the same may be found, wUl be
arrested and brought to trial before a military tribunal
composed of the Commanding Officer of tho Post and
two officers of the army, next in rank on duty within the
territorial Umita of the Post If the exigencies of the
service do not permit the detail of other officers, that
fact will be duly certified and the Post Commander will
hear and determine tho case.
IL The penalties, punishments and forfeitures pre?
scribed by tho several acta of Congress for distilling or
manufacturing whiskey or other spirits in violation of
the revenue laws will be imposed and executed by the
military tribunals hereby authorized.
UL No sentence extending to imprisonment, forfeiture
of stills, liquor or other property, or tho imposition of s
fine or other penalty will bo carried into effect until re?
ported to those Headquarters and approved by Ute Com*
IT. AU troops of the United States, Magistrates, Sheriffs,
Constables, Police and other ii in authority, are required,
and all citizens are solicited, to be vigilant in detecting
and prompt in giving information of the violation of
these orders. Commanding officers will be held re?
sponsible for their enforcement
By oom m a nd of Maj or-Ge noral D. E. Sums.
J. W. CLOUS,
Captain 38th Infantry,
A. D. C. k A. A A 0.
Offidal : ALEXANDER MOOBI, Captain 38th Infantry,
Aid-de-Camp. w8 May 23
The Bennettsville "JoiirnaP
18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
Bennettscille, & C., in the eastern portion of the
State, by STUBBS st LITTLE, Proprietors, and offers
superior inducements to Merchants and all others who
wish to extend their business in this section of the Peo
Dee country. We respectfully solidt tho patronage of J
DOT Charleston friends.
Terms-$3 per annum, invariably in advance. Adver?
tisements inserted at very reasonable rates. July 8
nDHE RUB SCRIBER TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY
X to inform the public that he is prepared to clean
ont STNKS on reasons le terms, and with dispatch. Ap
ply to JACOB ROYAL, No. 176 King street 3? July 1
ICE FOB EVERYBODY.
FIR THE INFORMATION OF ALL WHO DESIRE
to obtain that great luxury, ICE, lt is announced
that Branches ofthat long established loe House, situa?
ted in MEETING STREET, near the Market have been
LOCATED IN TUREE DIFFERENT LOCALITIES in
the cit], viz :
BRANCH NO. 1.
CORNER ST. PHILLIP AND BOG ARD 8TREETS.
BRA Nc H NO. ?.
CALHOUN STREET, near Elizabeth street
BRANCH NO. 3.
PITT STREET, near Montague street
At either of these places arrangements can be mad o for
the sale of Ice, on tho most reasonable terms.
June 29 smwf-10
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CITY HALL, July 1, HGT. J
"VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
JLi that tho Monthly Returns for the month of June
past in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on
the 28th day of December, 1866, must be made on or be?
fore the 16th mst D. C. U1BSON,
July 1 15 City Assessor.
AGAIN IN OPERATION!
THE STEAM GRIST AND MEAL MILL
JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No; ll Market st., opposite State st.
THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT, HAVING
?been disabled during the late unfortunate war, have
lately completed their Mill after tho latest modern im?
provements, and arc now prepared to furnish tho public
with frosh ground GRIST and MEAL at all times, and
trill grind either ou toll or for cash, at lowest rates.
JOHN CA MP .i EN k CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State street
May 23 thm2mos
A Full Assortment at Low Figures.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HART & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF HARDWIRE,
KING AND MARKET STREETS.
Juno 92 smwlmo
ELDEB & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND BABY TENDER, Pro?
pelling Horses, and all klndB of Rock?
ing Horses, Invalid Chairs, wlth.double
and single wheels, from $26 to $46;
Ohildron's Oarriages. Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Paney Sui us, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propeller vid Baby Bookers, kc, ko., life-size Horses,
made toe -1er.
Depot, -No. 638 BROADWAY. Manufactory, NOP. 449,
160, 461 a d 462 WEST STREIKT, New Kork.
Octnlwi If- _Ihstnlyr
Thc Greenville Mountaineer
XS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 60 TER
X yoar, in advance. Advertisement- inserted nt usual
rates. G. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor and Proprietor ,
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY !
FOE THE BENEFIT OF THE
MASO IT I C
W. W, BOYD & CO., Managers.
JAMES KEMI, Monagor's Agent for Charleston.
rjTHE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
I at Its last session in December, 18GG, granted a
Lottery Privilege to Deputy Grand Master W. W, BOYD,
of Atlanta, Gs., (and other grantees,) tor tho benefit of
the widows and orphans to the state, and to eroct and
endow an institution to bo called Ute ,
MASONIC OBPHANS' HOME,
who has associated with himself in thc dischargo of this
duty as Managers, several of tho most eminent, wealthy
and influential men in Georgia, who have accepted the
The high and honorable ch' meter of these gentlemen,
tho unwearied zeal in indefatigable labor and heartfelt
devotion of Deputy Grand Master HOV I), tho principal
manager in Ibis causo, is a mif?ciont guarantee that the
Lottery will be conducted to a fair, open and just man?
ner. Tho proceeds of the Lottery, less the current ex?
penses, have to be applied to the building and endowing
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
and being devoted exclusively to such a charitable pur?
pose, permission has boen granted by tho Commissioners
of Internal Revenue of the Treasury Department at Wash?
ington, to draw said Lotteries exempt from all charge,
whether from special tax or other duty.
Hundreds of thousands of friends of tho Masonic Fra?
ternity to the United States, and all good citizens, will be
rejoiced to see tho
"MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME"
erected and endowed, and bo tho pride and glory of thc
Grand Fraternity, for the great institution of
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONRY
hovers, like God's Angel of Morey, ovor the widows and
orphans. It ministers its loving chanties to th oso to
want, and its principles of liberality, brotherly love and
charity will endure for ages, and their binding force be
strong as links of stool.
TO BE DRAWN
IN OPEN PUBLIC
m ATLANTA, GA.,
Wednesday, July 17th, 18tt7-Class D.
SCHEME THE SAME FOR EACH MONTH.
1 Prize of.$60,000 is.$60,000
1 Prize of. 20,000 ls. 20,000
1 Priio rf. 10,000 is. 10,000
1 Prize ot. 6,000 is. S.OOo
lPrizoof. 2,5001 "M cfu...
1 i rise of. %600] m. *>m
21 Prizes of. 800 are.13,iW0
65 Prizes of. 260 are. 13,7lX>
120 Prizes of. 200 are. 25,000 i
160 Prizes of. 100 aro. 16,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $500 each for tho
niue remaining units of tho same ten ot the
No. drawing the $50,000 P. ixe are. 4,600
9 Approximating Prizes o? $250 each for tho
nine icmatotog units of tho name ten of the
No. drawing the $20,000 Prize are. 2,250
9 Approximation Prizes of $200 each for tho
niue remaining units of tho esme ten of the
No. drawing the $lu,(>00 Prize aro. 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of $100 each for tho
niue remaining units DI tho same tun of the
Bo. drawing the $6,000 Prize are. 900
18 Approximation Prizes or $100 c.v.h for tho
nine remaining units of thc samo ten of the
Nos. drawing the $2,500 Prizes are. 1,800
424 Prizes amounting to.$168,000
Wholo Ticket, $12 ; Halve*, $6; Quarters, $3; Eighths,
$9~ All fie Prizes above stated arc drawn at every
d rawing, ?fis;
OF THESE GREAT LOTTE KI ES AM)
EXPLANATION OF DRAWINGS.
The numbers from 1 to 39,000 corresponding with the
numbers on the Tickets, sre printed on separate slips of
paper, and encircled with small tubes, and placed to a
glass wheel-all tho prizes in accordance with the
Scheme, are similarly printed and encircled, and placed
to another glass wheel. The wheels are then revolved,
and two boya, blindfolded, draw the numbers and
prizes. One of the boys draws ono number from the
wheel of numbers, and at the same time the other boy
draws ont ono prize from thu wheel of prises. Tho num?
ber and prize drawn ont are exhibited to the audience,
and whatever prise comes out is registered and placed to
the credit of that number-aud this operation ls repeat?
ed until all tho p rfc os arc drawn out.
The Tickets aro printed to the following style: They
are divided toto Eighths, printed on tho face of the Ticket
8 Eighths bearing tho Hamo number oonsttota a Whole
Ticket Prizes payable without discount
W. W. BOYD & CO., Managers
Corresponden ts may roly on prompt attention to or?
ders by simply enclosing mouoy with full address. All
orders for Tickets and Schemes and Information to bc
JAMES KEMI, Agent,
OFFICE NO. 20 BBOAD STRfcET,
Key Box No. 584, Charleston, a C.
Jurs 14 Imo
FOR THE MILLION !.!
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the most celebrated Actors for 60 cents; 60 Actresses
lor 60 cents; 60 Union Generals for 60 cents; 50 Rebel
Generals for 50 cents; 50 Statesmon for 60 cents; 50 beau?
tiful young Ladies for 60 cents; 50 fl nc-looking young
Gentlemen for 60 cents; 6 large Photographs of French
Dancing Girls, In costume, beautifully colored, exactly as
they appear, for 60 cents; or for 60 couts, 6 of the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballot Troupe, as they
appear in the play of tho Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177, V >, N. Y.
May 13 lyr
FUN FOR ALL!
I/UJLL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
JC malo or female, can master the great ort of Ven?
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world ol
fun, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a source of income. Full to.
structions sent by mail for 60 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
MUTUAL AID ASSOC ?ATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE 8UPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitablo for OcnUomen, La?
dies and Children, and hoing desirous of diminishing our
Stock before tho season advances too far, vo would espe?
cially draw the attention of thu public towards the reduc?
tion which will bc mado in our prices for the next two
or three weeks from dato.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29 ? No. 17 Chalmers street
OFFICE CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARMENT, ?
June 20, 1867. f
rE ATTENTION OF ALL PARTIES ARE HEREBY
directed to thc following Ordinance, ratified June
IN RELATION TO roatu WELLS.
Be it ordained by the. Mayor and Aldermen, in City
Council assembled, That il shill and may bo lawful for
the Board of Fire Masters, from time to timo, to restrain
or to prohibit entirely, the usc of any of the Publie Wells
in any part of tho city, whenever, to their judgment the
public good shall require such restraint or prohibition;
and any person who shall violate auy order of thc said
Boord of Fire Masters in relation to tho Public Wells, in
pursuance of this Ordinance, after notice given per?
sonally in writing, or duly published in ono of the elly
newspapers, sbaU bo subjected to a penalty of ten dollars
for every euch offence. M. H. NATHAN,
June 21 Imo (Met Pire Deportment
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLES A L?SA LES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, IVEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL
of superior quality are manufactured and offered
at fair terms lo the Trade. Tho public arc invited
to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO i ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ENGINEERING DEI-AHTMENT, [
YALE COLLEGE, November 16, 1866. )
I have alwayB recommended thc Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils as thc. ouly pencils Mud for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but ofter a thorough
trial of tho American Polygrade Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by tho American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I nnd them superior to auy pencil in uso, even to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all tho ordinary uses of a load
These pencils aro very finely graded and have a vory
smooth lead; even tho softest pencils hold the point well;
they are all that can bo desired in a pencil. It gives me
great pleasure to bo able to tissure Aniericans that they
wiU no longT be compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pencils.
Professor of Drawing, ?tc.
ALL PEMCXU AUK tTAUTED:
aar "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
Nono genuine without fie exact name of thc firm
jiok to it Cuio December 13
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
$3 per annum, and, having a large circulation
through all the upjx-r and lower Districts of the Stale,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rat tj for advertising very rc-isouablu-for which auplj
to OU - Agent, Mc 1'. 1'. SLIDIK, M the Mills Bouse.
?110?, t" -lt li. li. li U KN riv Kl;,
N* v.- TU Uer sKMtsf* and Propriety*,
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABXBTOH, 6. C., July 6, 1867, |
OX AND AFTER SUNDAY, THE 7TH INST., THE
following Schedule will be run by the Mail and
Passenger Tr jina on this Road :
Leave Charleston at.0:00 A.M.
Arrive at Florence at.2:30 P. M.
Leave Florence at.8:45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.2:30 P. M.
_JulyJ5_6_Bj S. 80LOMONS. Bnp'fc.
CUERAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
CH En AW AMD DABLTNOTON RATLBOAD.
CHIBAw, July 0, 1867,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 8TH INST., THE
Mail and Passenger Trains on this Road will run as
Leave Che raw at.6:00 A. M.
Arrive at Florence at.8:30 A. M,
Lcavo Florence at.3:00 P. M.
Arrive atCheraw at.6:00 P. M.
These trains make closo connection with thctiainsto
and/rom Charleston, and to and from Kingsvillo.
S. S. SOLOMONS. Sup't,
?g-Benncttsville, S. C., and Wadesboro', N. C.. papers
copy for ono month. 6 July G
M AG HI NE SHOPS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR.
&fXl IRON tt^
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOE
II I (j II and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RICE
THRASHERS (from new patterns, with all the modern
improvement?:, STEAM SAW MILLS, kc, kc.
CASTINGS IN IRON li BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine ana other Work,
Shall receive special attention.
FOR SALE-One 12-borso power .".I EA M ENGINE,
nearly new; several new and seco nd-h. nd BOILER j, 6
to 10-horse power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10,12 and 20 Horse Power Steam
?F All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall re?
ceive our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll 3mo
slut h lyr
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES 8TEAM ENGINES, BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills, Corn Mills, Horse
P?IHTB, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Mills, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gina, and all kinds of
Iron and Brass Castings, to order.
C. J. SCi?RBlL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILDING
MATERIAL, and PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, kc,
constantly on hand at the lowest market pnces,
lune ?9 ftulvr
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE (0.
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR WHEEL BOXES.
DACHS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
"Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December D? ?mo
ORION* ?R SOAP;
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
riTHLS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USED TO
I prove its superior quality. Uso it os you would
any common Soap. Try it and you will be convinced
that lt ts superior to any other article in markst For
sale by Grocers generally.
Manufactured by TAYLOR k YOUNG, No. 180 Front
sirect, New York. For sale by
GRUBER k MARTIN.
No. 23(> King street.
H. BISCHOFF Ar CO.,
No. 197 East Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS 4: CO.,
Comer Church aud Hayue streets.
BOWIE k MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 Meeting street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 23 wtmCuiu
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED mrm EXTRACT
BV ?-/ of a letter from a
* I I MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS J J ^to his
TO BE Tint OSLY jflt\ BnjQyjr at
/?Rj," I WORCESTER, May,
Good Sauce ??K?19S1;
?^Wr: ?Tell LEA k PEB
AKD AITLICADLE RINS that their SAUCE
i|t.fKii" is highly esteemed in In
TO Saggs dia, and is, in my opinion,
..itSSp? thc most palatable, as
EVERY VARIETY Wflff well aa tho most whole
flr?M?t sonic SAUCE that is
OF DISH. *?*9S5*made."
Thc suecs.? of this most delicious and unrivallol con
dimonf. having caused many unprincipled deniers to
apply tho name to Spurious Compounds, tho PJBLIC ls
respectfully and earnestly requested to eec that tho nomo
of LEA k PERRINS aro upou tho WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcestoi.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
Octobor 19 luiwlyr
^tmrf. T) BEAUTY .- Auburn, rfjftk
jpy^fflPiion warranbri to curl tho^^TC^^^
^T~~"nio.it straight and stubborn ^^W^^^
ha! "of either sex into wavy ringlets, or heavy masaivo
cu. . Hos been used by thc fashionables of Paris and
London, with the most gratifying rostdts. l>oea no in?
jury to the hair. Price by mail, waled and postpaid, SI.
Descriptive circulars mailed free. Address BERGER,
SHU ITS k CO., Chemist a. No. 280Bi vex street, Troy, N.
Y., sole agenta for the United, States.
March 30 ' . . ly
Corn! Corni Corn?
HY LAI KEY & ALEXANDER.
THIS SAT, 8th inst, will be sold before our store, No.
187 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
_Vt BAGS COEN._July 8
?kde of Muscovado Sugars, Clarad Sugars, Cuba
Molasses, ?rigJU Molasses and Wine.
BY R. SALAS, Auctioneer.
On FRIDAY next, 12th inst, at ll o'clock A. M., wiU be
sold on Accommodation Wharf, alongside British brig
"Rothsay," from Cardenas,
23 H HD.-!. PRIME MUSCOVADO SUGAR
26 hods. Clarified Sugar (equal to Louisiana)
03 linda. )
60 tierces > Sweet Cuba Molasses.
36 ubis. J
And immediately after, at Bonafont A Salas' store, No.
118 East Bay,
-jj ?j??^ j BRIGHT MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
40 cases Superior Claret Wino
6 cases Genuine Sherry Wine.
Con dino DB-Under $600, cash; over that amount 30
days for approved endorsed note. July 8
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
RICE'S MANUAL OF BANK?
RUPTCY AND PRINTED FORMS,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY,
E. J. DAWSON A CO.,
No. 165 Meeting street
July 8 _ l
SCHOOL BOOKS AT HALF
ENGLISH, FRENCH. LATIN AND GREEK, ITALIAN,
GERMAN AND SPANISH SCHOOL DOOKS are be?
ing ?old at kau* price. Teachers and parents, if they de?
sire to save, should avail themselves of thc opportunity.
Call soon, or you may bc too late.
SAM. HART. Sr.,
Juno 17 Bookseller, King street.
G. F. VOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
eel'-rated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am : semen ts, Ac
AL the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived 'or tho sams.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TKHMs LIBERA r* Novembers
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 5?7 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of tho Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to. '
February _ ly
CHEAP IN PRICE-UNSURPASSED IN
THE GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE I IMMENSE
sale ot 8600,000 worth of Fine Stationery, Bich Fan?
cy Goods, Jewelry, etc., etc. The manufacturera re?
spectfully announce that they have in Stock alarie as?
sortment of the above montioned goods, and in view of
i the great reductions which are daily taking place io all
kind? of S tock, lia ve determined to adopt the novel method
of disposing of their immense stock in packages at
Fi .ty cents each I Fifty cents each. look what you get
for 60 cents, 10 sheets extra thick Noto Paper, 10 sheets
extra thick inlicit Paper, 10 extra thick Buff Letter En?
velopes, 10 extra thick White Epistolary Envelopes, 5 ex?
tra Ano No. 303 Steel Pons and Holder, 1 extra One No.
2 Lead Poncil with Rubber Head, and a handsome girt of
Ivory, Pearl, Gold Plated or Vulcanite Jewelry. Price
for the whole only Fifty cents.
49**Sold by Booksellers, Stationers, Agents and Deal?
M. M. QUINN, Wholesale Agent
June 96 No. 627 King street Charleston, S. C.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, |
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
Still MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. Ri CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, thurl< sion. 8. C.
E. WILLIS'..A. R.OH1SOLM
WILLIAM H. GILLILAND rt SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 136 Meeting Street,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL, LATE OF NO. 66
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
of MERCHANDISE, and aro prepared to make
liberal advances on same. Special attention given to
WILLIAM McKAY. JOHN CAMPBELL:
June 20 tbsmlmo
Gin, as a Remedial Agent.
GIN, AS A REMEDIAL AGENT, HAS BEEN TN FA?
VOR with tho profession for a very long period, but
owing to the difficulty of obtaining a pure article, it has
fallen into disuse in many sections of the country, much
to the regret of medical men, who consider lt almost a
specific in very many diseases. For all cases of Gravel,
pure Gin, If administered under professional guidance,
will certainly work a cure; and if taken as a preventive,
acting, as it does, on tho sensitivo membranes, it cleanses
tho parts so as to remove all possible sediment Admin?
istered in the same way, it will prevent the formation of
Calculi, and do away with those terrible operations,
therefore, so necessary for their permanent removal.
Gin is of incalculable benefit to females in those diseases
so peculiar to tho sex, and from its tonic, as well as its
anodyne properties, it is frequently superior to iron,
bark, or even the electrical remedies. In cases of a posi?
tive tendency to Phlhiru, or Consumption, Gin, in proper
quantities, by supplying or niling up tho constant dying
out of the natural fire of the system, will often entirely
ward off that awful disease, which carries off ono-eighth
of the population of the United States annually. Pure
Gin has this peculiar advantage over other duTusiblo
stimuli, that it exhilarates without creating any thirst of
an unhealthy character, it Boothes while it also excites,
and is a powerful nervine as well as an active tonic.
"BININ GER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN
posasses all the qualities that can be desired for the high?
est and noblest use of all wines or liquors. Its ingre?
dients ace Che distilled jniees of carefully selected grains,
made delicately pungent and tiavoroue with the aromatic
tincture of the Jumper Berry. Ago bas mellowed all
these mingled aromas, and given an exquisite mildness
a smooth, oily body-and an almost floral odor to tho
liquor, which renders it delicious to tho senses, of smell
sud taste alike, while its sparkling liqnd purity leaves
nothing for the eye to desire.
"The writer must remark that Messrs. A M. BIMvn rn
A Co. merit the gratitude of the entire medical profes?
sion, ss well as the world at largo, for having introduced
a stimulant ! f BUCU unexceptionable purity and uncquivo
?11 po ww, both as a preventive and curative agent, and a
?ur.ml ess exhilarative beverage."-Chemical Journal and
Mcdi'-al QatiUt. tul in (j ni OH January 20
KRAUSHAAR &. CO.
TUN MOST naroovxD
?BAND AND SQUABS
Full Iron Frame and Overstrung Baal,
M AN CF ACTO RY AND WAREHOUSE
? 19 Weet Hemstoii-street. No. D
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
THE UN DER8IGNED, MSMBKBS OF THF FIRM 0?
Kl .AL'8 HAAS A OO., are practical Plano make ri
and as such have had a large experience in oonnec?oi
-.Ith aonie m thc best Establishments m this county
sad Eure pe. Their i lance are made not merely fci
them, hui ty them, at dunder their immediate personal
?apervlalo n, am they allow no instruments to leave theil
factory anni pass into the banda of their patrons, un lew
t Dey have i . power, evenness, firm ne* s and roundness o
t jae, an ela ?Uolty of touch-wimont which no Instrn
neut ought to be satisfactory to the public-aa well a
that durability in construction, which enables lt to ra
?nam in tc i and to withstand sudden changes of tem
pera ture and exposure to extreme neat and cold, wbicl
are sometimes unavoidable,
They will at tall times be happy to see the profesaiot
and the public at their Warerooms, and invite cora pail
son between their own Pianos and those ol any o the
ANTON KRAUSHAAS.TOBIAS HAM?
CHARLES J. 8CH0NEMANN.
April 3? _
PUItl .IC NOTICE.
COTICE CI.LKK OF COUNCIL, i
City of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes," h
hereby published foi the information of all concerned :
For the due protection of thc said contractor or cou
tractors, it it further urtlainrd. That every owner, lessee
occupant and tenant ol' any premises fronting in an*
street, laue, alley, or open court shall on every da*
(Sundays excepted) have thc dirt, filth, garbage, or othei
offal, placed in front of his or her lot in a barrel, box o
heap, and in readiness for tho contractor, by the hour o
seven o'clock, A. M., ironi thc Hist day of May to tb
llret day of November in every year ; aud by the hour o
nino o'clock, A. M., frcm the first day of November ti
the first day uf May following./ And any person offend
iug herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or olhe
otlat in any street, laue, or alley, or open court, alter th
hours above named, shall be subject to a fine not les
than two nor more than five dollars, for each ami ever,
offence, Co be Imposed by thc Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH.
May 16 Clerk of Council,
Contents, of a Lamp and OQ Blore.
KILROY & CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at their Salesroom*,
Ko. 13s Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF A LAMP AND OIL
A1 rge assortment of OIL CANS, all sizes; Oil Lamps,
all descriptions; Wicks, Lamp Fixtures, Ac., Ac
10 rolls CHECKED 4-4 MATTING, a superior article.
2 STOVES, and Sundry Articles of Furniture.
1 GARDEN ENGINE, in good order, with Hose
Lot of Tinner's Tools and Machinery
100 feet one inch Leather Hose, copper riveted.
Stoop for Sale.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
CASH A I C TH) V E EI?S.
No. 136 Meeting .street, opposite
W1U sell TO-MORROW, Otb inst., at UK o'clock, at wharf
foot of Hasel street,
A SLOOP, of twenty tons register, lately overhauled,
and in good sea-going order.
Conditions at sale. July 8
Contents of Blacksmith Sfiop at Auction.
BY H. BL MARSHALL & UHO.,'Anct*n.
On TUESDAY, at ll o'clock, will be sold, at No.
Pinckney street, opposite Church street,
3 BELLOWS, 3 ANVILS, 4 Vices, Sledge Hammers,
and Blacksmith Tools of all kinds; Spokes, Wheels,
Horse Shoes, Bar Iron, kc July 8
IS A V V K I T SCHUR.
Auctioneer and Commission Mercnaat, at
\ ). 89 Kin- street, below Brood street.
Offers his services for the site of MERCHANDISE at
day an 1 night at his store, also for the sale of Stock,
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Ht raes and Produce. Best
city refere ices will be given. Consignments solicited.
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
July i Imo
fTTHE UNDERSIGNED ABE ASSOCIATED AS PART*
X NERS, and propose to practice in the STATE
COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY for the Districts of
Barnwell, Beaufort and CoUeton, under the name and
atyle of "DAVANT."
Office, for the present, at GILLISONVTLLE, Sooth
Carolina. B. J. DA VANT.
November 23 fm J. C. DA VANT.
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FUTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED Ta No. 116 KING STREET,
August 31_Between Broad and Queen greet*.
CORNER BROADWAY AND ITT H STREET ,
rTTHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
X hia Southern friends. The choicest HAVANA SE
GARS, of all the leading brands, with a general assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on hand. -
June 4_D. OITOLENQUI, Agent
feg -' - i
s FAMILY MEDICINES.'
FOR ALL DISEASES THAT REQUIRE A PURGA?
TIVE uso Dr. C. G. GARRISON'S ANTI-DYSPEP?
Price 25 cents per box.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my atore, No. 211
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
BOWIE St MOISE. *
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 Mooting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
July 1_ _- ? . _mthsC
NOTICE TO SAILORS OR IMMIGRANTS.
HOTEL OR BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS. tS
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 13, 1867. j
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
the Legislature, passed the 20th day of December,
1866, all persona concerned are hereby notified to call at
this Office and take out the required license immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
? Clerk of Council
AN ACT ron TUX BETTEJ? PBOTEcrroir or BXAWKT AND
ru MI o UANTS nv THE POST Aim HAHBOB or CHABLXS
I. Hr it enacted, bp the Senate and House of Repr?senta
tivfs, nott met and sitting in General Assembly, and bf the
authority of the same, That it snail not be lawful for.any
person, ex ?pt a pilot or public .officer, to board cc at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving: in the port or harbor of
Charleston, before such vessel shall have been made. Oast
to the wharf, without first obtaining 1 eave from (he mas?
ter or person having charge of such vessel, er from her
owner or agents.
II. It shall not be lawful for any owner, agent, roas**,
or other person having charge of any vessel arming or
being in the port of Charleston, io permit ar . authorize
any sailors, hotel or boarding house keeper, not licensed
as hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em?
ployee of any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding
house, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
in, or lying, or t elng in the harbor or port ot Charl es ton,
before *uch vessel shall have boen made fut to the wharf,
or anchored, with intent io invite, ask or eoUcat tho
boarding of any of the crew employed, on such veeeeL -
III. lt shall not be lawful for any sailor's or immi?
grant's hotel or boarding house keeper, or the employee
of any Bailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding bouse
keeper, having boarded any vessel made fast to any wharf
in the port of Charleston, to neglect or refuse- to leavo
said vessel, after having boen ordered so to do by the
master or person having charge of such vessel
TV. It shall hot be lawful ior any person to keep, con?
duct or carry on, either as owner, proprietor, agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or Immigrant's boarding house,
or sailor's or immigrant's hotel, in the city ot Charleston,
without having a license from the City Council thereof,
V. It shall not bo lawful for any person, not having tho
license in this Act provided, or not being the regular
agent, runner or employee of a person having such li?
cense, to m vi te, ask or solicit m the city or harbor of
Charleston, the boarding or lodging of any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant arriving rn
tile said city of Charleston.
VL The City Council snail take the application of any
person applying for a license to keep a Bailors' or immi?
grant's boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel,
in tho city ot Charleston, and upon satis lac tory evidence
to them of the respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, and of the suitableness of his accommodations,
shaU issue to him a license, which shall be good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
keep a sailor's or immigrant's boarding bouse in tho city
of Charleston, and to invite and solicit boarders for the
VIL The City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
of the disorderly character of any sallara' or immigrants/
hotel or boarding house, licensed as hereinbefore pro?
vided, or ef the keeper or proprietor of any auch house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, in in?
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
on tho part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of his
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per?
suade or entice any of tho crew to desert lrom any vessel
in the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper or proprie?
tor, or any of his agents, runners or employees, revoke
the license for keeping such house. - ,.
VEIL Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
provided for shall pay to tho City Council aforesaid the
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. The said City Council shall furniah to each sailor's
or immigrant's hotel or boarding house keeper, licensed
by them os aforesaid, one or more badges or shields, on
which shall be printed or engraved the name of such
hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number and
street of his hotel or boarding house; and which said
badges or shields shall be surrendered to said City Coun?
cil upon tho revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, as hereto provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding?
house keeper, and every agent, runner or employee of
such hotel or boarding-house keeper, when boarding any
vessel in the harbor ol' Charleston, or when Inviting or
soliciting the boarding or lodging of any seaman, sallar
or person employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant,
shall wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred to in the foregoing section.
XI. It shall not be lawful for any person, except those
named in the preceding section, to nave, wear, exhibitor
display any such shield or badge to any of the crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving ni
the city of Charleston, with tho intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such irnmigrant or ol
any of tho crew employed oa any vessel being in the
harbor of Charleston.
XII. Whoever shall offend against any or cither of tho
provisions contained in section 1, 2,3,4, 5,10 and ll, in
this Act, shall be r.ecined guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by Imprison?
ment for a tenn not exceeding ono year, and not lers
than thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and fifty dollar.--, and not less than one hundred dollars,
or by both such fine and imprisonment
XIII. The word "vessel," as used in this Act, shall in?
clude vessels propelled by steam.
bi the Senate House, tho twentieth day of Decembt r, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-six. W. D. PORTER,
President ot the Senate.
CHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker House of Representatives.
Approved December 2U, 1866 :
JAMES L. OER, Governor.
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