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SATURDAY MOHNINQ, JULY 20, 1867.
Job Wobx.?We have now completed our office
bo u to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS Of TOB WORK, and wo most re
spectfully ask thd patronage of our friends.
Post Office Notice.
Post Office, I
ChxABLSSTON, 8. C, July 6,18C7. \
After to-day the mails for Northeastern Railroad
will close at 8 o'clock A.M., and to-;] ay and after
wards they are expected to reach the Railroad
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
deliver}-at this office at 3:30 o'clock P.M., except
on Sunday, when the hour will bo from 6 P.M. to 7
P.M., until further notice.
STANLEY Q. TROTT, P. M.
Postofficx Notice.- An evening mail for An frus
ta and Savannah, and for distribution beyond those
offices, will close daily at the Postoffico at half-past
Nones.?Shippers by steamship Champion, for
New York, are notified that bills of lading should
be sent to the office of Coubtbnay & Texnholm,
Agents, No. 4 East Bay, by 12 o'clock M. to-day.
Nrw 81KAOOOUF in Savannah?From the
Savannah New: and Herald of the 17th wo learn that
the corner-stone was laid on Tuesday last of a
new Jewish Synagogue, to be built on tho corner
of Montgomery and State streets, in that city.
The Rev. Raphael D'C. Lewis, of the Jffnai ??rith
Jacob congregation, ministered on the occasion.
The corner-stone was laid with the usual cere'
monies, witnessed by a large assemblage of per
sons of all d?nominations. 1 ho officiating Minis
ter, Mr. Lewin, delivered an address, in which he
elucidated the three fundamental principles of
Judaism. L The belief in tho existence of a God,
who is the sole Creator and Ruler of the universe,
and that this great Being is a Unity, incorporeal,
Most High, and indivisible. 2. The belief that the
law of Moses, which we now possess, emanated
from God, and that it can never be altered or
changed. 3. The bilief that God sees all our
actions, knows all oar thoughts, and will assured
ly reward or punish every man, according to his
The Academy of otts Ladt or Mebot, at Sum
tes,?The examination of this institution took
place on the 10th inst., at Sum ter, and the Watcl*-.
man gives an elaborate account of the proceed
ings, from which we make a few extracts. The
Academy is one of tho best conducted seminaries
in the State, and has been deservedly popular
with parents and guardians. Among the pupils
we recognise a number of names from Charles
ton, some of whom not only gained the highest
premiums in the different branches, bat received
honorable mention for"exemplary conduct. Tho.
exercises consisted - of an examination on the dif
f?r?e t branches taught in the Academy, and the
proficiency shown by the pupils was a gratifying
proof of the success of the teachers. The vener
able Mother Theresa, of Charleston, was present,
also Dr. Corcoran, of Wilmington, and tho Rev.
Mr. McNeal, of Sumtar, Dr. Cobcoban presenting
the prises. In addition to the usual branches
taught in a Seminary, the pupils were instructed
in drawing, painting and music, and some of the
specimen painiingg exhibited the traces of decided
accomplishment. We regret our inability to give
s full report of the examination, bnt will revert to
the subject at seme future time.
T? SoumsKj Medical and Stjbqical Jour
nal, edi ted by Dr. L. A. D uqas and others, and pub
lished in Augusta, G a., is still flourishing. We
have received the July number, and find several
original papers in it of considerable scientific and
practical merit.- The first is on the Treatment of
Fractur?e of the Femur, by Wat. J. Holt, MJD.,
of Montgomery, Als; The second on Persistent
Eclampsia, by Dr. Wat. P. Holt, Macon, Ga. Third,
Obligations of the Public.to the Medical Profession,.
by Dr. B. C Wood, of Atlanta, Ga. Fourth, A
Case of Femoral Aneurism treated by hgation, by
Dr. DxS. Fobd, of Augusta, Ga. There is besides
much miscellaneous and editorial matter of great
Interest. The argument of the second articlo
named above is summed up thus : "1. There arc
reciprocal obligations between the public and the
members of the medical profession. 2. The medi
cal men are nobly discharging their duties, but
the people are unmindful of their obligations,
which inquires them, both as a matter of principal
and of policy to support the true men of the pro
fession. 3. Medioal men are not paid. They are
forced to adopt the old credit system, which is
little better than starvation, as tho result of which
many good men are leaving the profession. 4.
Medical men are benefactors to the public, for
which neither the Legislature nor the masses of
lbs people have,any Jost appreciation. "
Feiahe Acbobatish.?It has been said by some
one learned in Natural History, that "care would
kill a cejf" but we believe this statement to "be
erroneous. It is true, the individuals of the
grimalkin species are bat little petted by male
humanity, and eats have been generally considered
"uncanny beasts;" but it is on record that they
Lave, ta a number of instances, shown a sagacity
that should spare them the stigma that now at
taches to the tribe. From the remotest ages, prob
ably ever since soon after the fall of Adam, the
cat has bean an object of dislike, and the epithets,
spiteful, cross, deceitful, Ac., have been freely ap
plied to the unfortunate beasts. The increase of
- civilization bas lessened the torments that were
before inflicted on these furry animals, and some
Cars has been taken to educate them and tram
them Up in the way they should go. As musicians,
no quadruped can compare with the felines, and
there are few persons who are not familiar with
th6lr nightly serenades (vulgarly called catorwaul
II gives as pleasure, in this connection, to state
that the long neglected cat is now being brought
before the publio, and, by a little judicious train
ing, can be nude to do any feat heretofore per
formed by his whilom competitor and antagonist,
tho canine tribe. As an instance that tho cat is
not devoid of natural sense, there is now at the
office of the Southern Express Company in this
city, a email black specimen that was brought op
by band, which, as a leapist, will compare favora
bly with the Hanlons. This stray feline, though
"black as Erebus," is evidently a gifted animal,
and obeys the voice of its master unhesitatingly.
At the word of command it stretches itself out
and again leaps over the outstretched arm. It is
evJ-2ently a cat of cats, a bright specimen, not
withstanding its black skin, and wo advise those
who are firm believers in cat depravity to pay it a
fiait, and they will see that care has developed its
mind and made it an educated and highly iccom
The Mantjfacturing Interests of the .-State.?
This subject has commended itself to the minds
of the leading men in *rery section, ai d they
bare given it an impetus that, has already resulted
in practical good; several factories have been
started, and steps are now being tak?n to utilize
the water power in the different districts by ap
plying its force to machinery. At this time when
the manufacturing interests of the State are excit
ing such attention, a new agent looms up that bids
fair to revolutionize the whole system of weaving,
aa we bare always known and seen it heretofore.
Ws refer to the introduction of the Mbndenhall
Hand Power Loom. The simplicity, completeness,
and power of this machine will at once commend
it to every sensible and practical mind, and it will
be seen that by its adoption, not only a vast out
lay of time, strength, money, and patience will bo
saved, bot a source of wealth has been opened to
the people that will eventually prove more remu
nerative than a gold mine. Those who have ex
amined this loom, now on exhibition in our city,
trfll concor with as io the belief that it is not only
what is represented, but is by far the best adapted
for the purpose intended that has ever been pro
duced, combining neatness and compactness with
The agent, Dr. McCLnrrocx, bas visited this city
for the purpose of disposing of the right of this
State and North Carolina, and thinking that
Charleston and her merchants would at once take
an active interest in tho matter, he deferred a visit
to the Tar Heels until he saw what could be done
in the City by the sea. His terms aro extremely
moderate, and our capitalists and business men
should at once examine the Loom, and judge for
themselves if any misrepresentations have been
made. The party buying the right for tho two
States oou resell either to North Carolina or in
County and District rights, and in this way alone
realize a handsome profit on his original invest
ment. In the Northern States it is impossiblo to
obtain thia privilege, as the owners have estab
lished an extensive business by its sale. We earn
estly call the attention of those who have the
means, to think of the future, for by studying the
welfare of the country they will improve their own
condition, and few opportunities are offered to any
community that would redound more to the profit
of the parties interested than the introduction of
the Mjetdsnhall Loom.
Music on the Battery.?Through the courtesy
of the Poet Commander, the Band will perform on
the Battery at 6 P.M. to-day. The programme
will consist of selections from the various operas.
Gebkaubx'? Gartenlaube is an excellant re
pertory of cotemporary German romance litera
ture. All the best novels are published in this
magazino as they appear in the old country. Iho
subscribers moreover receive a large and very
handsome engraving entitled 3K,Der ersten Lube
qotdene Zeil" representing a charming group,
which would adorn any drawing room. Mr. A. P.
Mexohess, of the Central News Depot, No. 108
Market street, is the agent for the Gartenlaube.
Raising the Steamer Nashville.?Wo notice
in the Savannah Republican that a contract has
been awarded by the Navy Department to Captain
Burnell for raising the steamer Nashvi?e. The
Nashville will be remembered as one of the old
Charleston and New York line of steamers. She
was tho only one of that line retained by the South,
and while endeavoring to run the blockade near
Savannah was shelled and sunk in the Ogee
chee River, in 1863. A board of survey and a diver
have left Savannah to examine into her condition
prior to commencing operations.
Meeting of Frerdmen at Mayesvtlle, Somter
District.?On the 13th a large number of freed
m?n from Salem and tho vicinity, assembled a. the
Mayesville Depot, and were addressed by several
speakers. The meeting was entirely devoid of any
Radical sentiment, bnt was conducted in a conser
vative spirit. The speakers were well received, and
their remarks were sound, practical, and full of
good advice. One of them, Mr. Abraham Rdtttn,
stated that he thought frequent meetings of the
fieedmen at the present time, with a multiplicity
of speakers could effect no good purpose, as it but
tended to confuse and distract the minds of his peo
ple. They needed good wholesome teaching, im
parted by those competent to teach them in regard
to their rights and duties. And especially were these
meetings unfortunate at this vitally important
period to the crops. Every hour lost from the
field at this time was a loss to the individual and a
misfortune to tho country.
Beaud's Patent Cotton Tie.?Since the appli
cation of iion as a substitute for rope in baling
cotton, a number of ties have been tin vented
which unite the onds of the hook and bind the
bale firmly. While each inventor claims some pe
culiar advantages resulting from tho use of his
tic, they are all improvements on the discarded
ropo. Tho ''Beard Tie" has been strongly recom
mended to the public for several reasons, princi
pally because it is the most convenient and the
easiest to use of any iron tie, and equal to any
other in strength and security. This iron tie is in
one piece, and is secured upon tho cotton bale in
an instant, and with one motion. An examination
of this tic proves that it is in every respect what
the inventors state, and is an invaluable auxiUiary
to the planter, enabling him to secure bis cotton
bales without difficulty, and by a few moments
work. Messr;. Geo. W. Williams A Co. are the
agents for this tie, and will be pleased to take or
ders either from the trade or from planters.
Mayor's Court.?An unusual stillness has pre
vailed in tho Court for the past few days; the de
linquents have been few and far between, and tho
revenues of ths Court have suffered accordingly.
A few negro boys who had evidently been
reading sacred history, and thought themselves
young Davids commenced slinging bricks against
some imaginary Goliath. This performance was
n it considered to bo in the code of. oiviltzed war
fare, and the belligerents were.promptryjugged.
They murmured somewhat at this treatment, but
the Radamanthus was inexorable, and they have
received a lesson that will bo b?n?ficiai to them
selves and to the public
One of the colored chivalry who evidently
thought that ho was the right man in the right
place, persisted in keeping his iposition on tho
gangway of a wharf to the discomfiture of several
parties who wished to visit the premises. Re
monstrance proving futile, he was hurried away
and enriched the City exchequer by a donation
District Court?Hon. Gboboe W. Loo an, pre
siding_The Court convened at 10 A. M., and tho
following cases were tried :
The State vs. Thomas Richardson. Larceny and
Receiving Stolen Goods. Guilty.
The State vs. Jas Henry alias Bull Head. Lar
The State vs. Toby Anderson. Larceny. Guilty,
but recommended to mercy.
The State vs. Benjamin McKind. Assault and
Battery. Guilty of assault.
Tho State as. Hannah Washington and Mary
Chisolm. Assault and Battery. Nul. pros, en
The State vs. Jao. Slatterly, Richard Murphy
and Bridget Murphy. Assault and Battery. Con
' The State vs. Diedrich Kiencke. Assault and
Tho State vs. Jas. Fraser. Assault and Battery
with intent to kill. B. W. Seymour, Esq., for the
The State vs. Cnffy Fishburne. Assault and
Battery. Not Guilty.
The State vs. James Francis. Larceny. Guilty.
Court of General Sessions and Common
Pleas.?Hon. F. J. Moses, presiding. The Court
continued the trial of civil cases. To-day has
been appointed as sentence day, after which the
contingent docket will be called.
?. S. Court.?Hon. 'Gxo. S. Bryan, presiding.
In the ca:e of Burbank A Bros. vs. Epstin A*
Zemanskt, Bankruptcy. On motion of Messrs.
Simons A Simons, the previous order for the seiz
ure of the premises in King street was rescinded.
Tho U. 8. vs. seven barrels and one kog of dis
tilled spirits found on the premises of Joseph
Pearson. The District Attorney moved, and it
was ordered, that a warrant of arrest and a moni
tion be issued, returnable at Greenville on the 5lh
Mass Meeting op Fbxkdmzn "at Edgeiteld
Court House.?On last Saturday the froedmen of
the District held a large meeting at the Court
House. The Advertiser says that at dawn of day
troops of freedmen might have been seen de
filing' along the [roads loading to our town ; and
by eleven o'clock there was assembled, at the ap
pointed rendezvous a largo audience of these peo
ple, both male au d female ; not less, it seemed to
us, than one thousand.
Tho meeting was to lie addressed by Major
Stone, TJ. S. A., representative of the Froedmen's
Bureau at this place, Andrew Ramsay, Esq.,
Henry Boss, (colored) and Prince Rivers (colored.)
The speakers, together with Rev. David Harris,
(colored) and Lawrence Cain, (colored) ascended
the platform about 12 M.
The meeting was opened by Rev. David Har
ris, of our village, in a fervent and feeling prayer,
invoking the bkssing of Providence upon the
occasion, and supplicating for union, peace and
harmony. We trast that the audience will profit
by his word j.
After the prayer, Major Joseph Abney] was
invited to a sent upon the stand, which was
The different t pcakers united in presenting to
their audienco the stato of the country, and their
duties in tho proscnt emergency. Although they
were from the different grades 'of society, tho
same sentiments were expressed in every speech,
and nothing occurred to mar the dignity of tho
Important to the Shoe Trade.?Tho caso
recently tried in the Court of Common Ploas,
before Judge Moses, in which $1200 was
awarded Jno. C. Wilson, of Sumter, in an action
brought by him against Messrs. D. F. Fleming &
Co., of this city, was briefly mentioned in our
issue of yesterday. Tho shoe trade in this city
has generally been conducted by men of known
probity and experience, and none rank higher than
the defendants in this 'case. It would be useless
to state that all shoes are constructed of leather,
and those in question had probably a stiffening or
filling in the sole formed of wood. The price
asked for tho shoes is a proof that this fact was
known, and any person who has ever purchased
shoes is aware that tho choapor qualities aie not
made of tho best material.
From the testimony elicited on the stand, it ap
peared that the wholcsalo shoo dealers of this city
have long been accustomed to sell shoes of the
character in question, and they wore considered
by the trade a fair merchantable article; and it
has not been tho practice among first-class mer
chants to warrant their wares to be better than
The suit brought against Messrs. D. F. Fleming
? Co., was instituted in November, '59; but no ac
tive steps were taken since that dato until the ro
cent trial. In tho meantime the defendants con
sidered the matter dropped, and were taken by
surprise when the suit was recommenced. The
verdict is opposed to the general principles by
which business is conducted, and Messrs. D. F.
Fleming and Co. have appealed for a new trial.
Clothing fob the Mnxio?.?We direct atten
tion to the advertisement of Messrs. E. 0. & A. S.
Johnson, who offer their large stock of clothing at
and below coat. The goods were all manufactured
under the supervision of the ?ioBsrs. Johnson,
and are warranted to bo sound and perfect.
Serenade.?In the wee small hours ayont the
twal we woro cheered at our labors by sweet
sounds that floated on the air, making the pen
move swifter, and banishing sleep from drowsy
eyelids. The Evening Star Qlee Club was the
name of.the musical band, and their melody was
gratefully appreciated by the writists, who had
not yet finished their appointed labors.
We abe in the Midst of a Revolution.?No
moro premature decay of the teeth. Sozodont
renders them indestructible. Nay, more, it makes
the enamel as white as Parian marble, and the
breath as odoriferous as "tho Sweet South breath
ing o'er banks of violets." Neither the teeth nor
the gums can become diseased, if it is used daily.
A new and important remedy for married ladies
Circulars can be obtained and the article supplied
upon application to the wholesale agents.
DOWLE & MOISE,
Southern Drug House, No. 151 Meeting street.
April 11 thstuSmot
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
per, Ac.; or, Millers' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bour"1. in any stylo, or Account
Books mado to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to Hxrau Harkis, No. 59 Broad street.
all kinds op job wobk done at the daily
Many persons have within this experienced
the b<metit8 to be derived from the use of Pankntn's
Hepatic Bittkbs. We would recommend teem to all
who stand in need of a tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. s October G
A Faet Worth Knowing.
The best Investment for an invalid, who suffers from
debility or loss of appetite, is a bottle- of Panknin'h He
patic Bitters, as it will be rare to give relief. For sale by
all Druggists. f
The Time to Advertise In the Country.
The Phoenix has a large circulation throughout tor
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as tee stringency of tee money mar
ket will warrant Merchants and others wishing to use
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SEL BY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C.
THE INFAMOOS PBACTICE OF ADULTERATING
BRANDIES having become so common, that a genuine
article is tee exception, it is of vital importance to these
requiring it for Family Use and Invalids, that it should
be of undoubted purity and efficacy.
We are pleased to notice that tee old and popular Wine
importers, BINTNOEB A CO., No. 15 Beaver street New
York, are very opportune in caUing tee attention of fami
lies to teeir
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they say, that "With a view to meeting tee
popular domand for a reliable Brandy in its natural state,
free from alcoholic flavor and impurities, and telly appro
dating the ntct that it is often recommended by the Medi
cal Faculty as s sustaining stimulant, when all other re
medies Jail, wo are now bottling and soiling at reasona
ble rates a Brandy of our own importation from ono of
the most responsible. Houses in France, and known as
"BININGE?'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This Standard Article is sold by all of the prominent
Druggists. sfimo Fo&ruary 2
Know thy Destiny.
Madame E. F. Thobnton, tee great English Astrolo
gist Clairvoyant and Psychomesstclan, who has aston
ished the scientific classes of tho Old World, has now lo
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thobnton pos
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight ss to ena
ble her to impart knowledge of tho greatest importance
to tee single or married of either sex While in a stain
of trance, she delineates the very festeres of the person
yon are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in
tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant together with date of marriage, position
in life, leading traits of character, Ac This ia no hum
bug, is thousand of testimonials can assert She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that tee picture ia what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion,and enclosing fifty cent)
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will re
ceive the picture and desired information by return mail,
AH communications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence. Madame E F. THOBNTON, p. 0. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y ly March 9U
I HE DISEASE OF AMERICA.
D spepsia is said to be the disease of America. Its
victims may be found in all stations of lifo. The poor as
well as tee rich are sufferers from its life-destroying in
fluen?a Tho symptoms of this disease vary greatly in
the different stages of the complaint It generally com
mences with a sensation of fulness after eating, and a
changeable, diminished, or lost appetite. In some in
stances tee appetite is voracious, and when?In obedi
ence to its promptings?a' largo portion of food is token
into the stomach, pain follows in that region, with gene
ral distress, nervousness and nausea. Flatulency and
heart-burn invariably attend this disease. For all these
HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH BITTEBS
will be found an invaluable household remedy, as its al
terative, corrective and restorative properties are derived
exclusively from roots and plants, the virtues of which
are acknowledged by pharmaceutics and physicians.
Separately they have often been prescribed by the pro
fession, bnt were never combined until Dr. Eostetteb
gave to the world his
which have proved a sovereign remedy for dyspepsia and
its attendant evils. G July 16
Free to Everybody.
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest Importance to the young of bote sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become beautiful, tee
despised respected, and tho forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return inaJL
Address P. O. Drawer, -1,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
THE SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will for tho pr. Kent be carried ou as usual by tho
undersigned at No. 18 EoHt Bay, over the store formerly
occupied by CBAIO, TUOMEY & CO.
All persons having individual claims mnst present the
same, and those indebted Individually will make pay
ment to JOHN TUOMEY.
KOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NOBTHWEST COR
NER of Meeting and Society Streets.
June 10 wsGmo
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND B\BY TENDER, Pro
Ipelling Horses, and all kinds of Bock
tog Horses, Invalid Chairs, with double
and single wheels, from $25 "to $45;
Children's Jarriages, Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sn) les, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propeller ni Baby Bookers, Ac., Ac, life-size Horses,
mads toe -1er.
Depot o. 688 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nop. 449,
460, 451 s d 462 WEST STREET, New York.
October 26_ thstnlyr
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTION'S BY WHICH ANY PEBSON,
male or female, cau master the great art of Ven
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world ol
fun, and after becoming expert* themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a source of income. Full in
structions sent by mail tor 50 cents. .Satisfaction guar
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
Charleston, S. C, May 4,13G7. J
TBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosurcs, vaults, Ac, will commence on Monday
next, 6t inst Owners and occupants are hereby required
(o sec that their premises aro lu good condition and thut
nil filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi
nance. Other inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor QAiiXAan.
C. B. SIGWALD.
Chief ef Mice.
OFFICE CLEBK OF COUNCIL.?THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of un "Ordinance to Raise Sup
plies tor theyeir 1807," is published for the information
ol persons selling Oood.? by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of this city. All such persons arc hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by rsons not residents, by sample ot
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March H_Clerk of Council
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
FAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMRBfl
MrtH-r-to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near 81.
Michael's Alley. August al
LITTLE & MA?SHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE rAVLLION HOTEL,) .
Dealers in all kinds of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS.
HENEREY'S MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY & SON'S SAW GIN AND CON
DENSER, for Hand or Horso Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S DOURLE CYLINDER GLN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GUKT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST, MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Tower into the maiket, we
would state that the following ore some of the advan
tages possessed bv tho "LITTLE GIANT" over all other |
Horse powers :
I. Its great strength on account of being donble-gcarcd,
which not only doubles tho strength by dividing the
strain on twice tho number of teeth, but by gearing on
both sides of the wheels it equalizes the weav on Hie
shafts, and materially lessens the friction, enabling-the
horses to do much more work than with any other
2. Its compactness and extreme portability, it weighing
nbont one-half as much an othor Horse i'owors. and occu
py 1 : g but one-third the space, it can be packed in small
boxes, thus saving much expense. It is so simple that
the most ignorant person would have uo difficulty in
putting it together.
3. The facility with which it eau be adjusted to any
kind of machinery at any bi ;lo, cither on tho ground or
over head, without moving it from its foundation, will
bo appreciated by fermera and planters as specially adapt
ed for driving Cotton Gins.
HORACE L. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWING AMI REAPING MAGIUM
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Iron
PLOW CASTINGS, in every variety ; Cultivators ;
Horse Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Field snd Garden Rol
lers ; Fsn M ill s ; Corn Mills ; Corn Shelters ; Corn and Cob
Crushers ; Hay, Straw and Corn Stulk Cutters ; Planta
tion Carts sud Wagons ; Canal and Garden Barrows ;
Sugar Mills ; Grindstones ; Road Scrapers ; Churns :
Shovels ; Spades ; Rakes ; Forks ; Hoes, &c, &c. Gar
den Seeds, of all Kinds, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Tone 18_'_ tuths
ADMITTED TO BE THE MOST CONVENIENT
and the easiest to uso of any Iron Tie, and
equal to any othor in strength anil security.
This IRON TIE is in one PIKCB, and in secured
upon the Cotton bale in an instant and with one
Those who have tried tho various kinds of Tie,
BEARDS' PATENT "
TO BE THE BEST NOW IN USE.
The Subscribers are Agents for
this State, and will supply them to
Sub-Agents at the WHOLESALE
PLANTERS fnrnished direct on
W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
F A G T O R S .
June 27 llistulmo
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS A8 CHEAP A TIE, AND THE REST ONE YET
invented. It is the strongest Tie, slauding by test a
strain of (2000) two thousand pounds. Tho most ea-dly
adjusted Tie, as it is self-fastening. The most simple,
requiring only to -lip the bind iuto ihn buckle, and tho
elasticity of the cotton fastens itself, and it cannot be
For sale, in large ur small quantities, by
ROSS, ROBERTS ft CO..
Commission Men-hunts and General Agents,
No. 80 Front street, Now York City.
STREET RRO. k CO., Agents,
July 16 3mo Charleston, H. C.
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND OR.*. jFS OF LEA1 ? PENCIL
superior quality an auufsctured ami ottered
. lair terms lo the T. ntc. The public are invited
> give Um AMERICAN idLVD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO RE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N ) i ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
Enuinkkui.no Dkiaktmknt, J
Yai.k Collkok, November io, Ihuc. )
I havo always recommended the Kaber l'olygrade
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted lor both ornamen
tal and mathematical drawing; but, a tier a thorough
trial of the American l'olygrade Lead Pencils, man
ufactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find them superior lo any pencil in use, even lo
the Faber or the old English Cumberland l/-ad Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, aud all the ordinary uses of u lead
These pencils are very finely graded aud have a very
smooth lead; even the sottest pencils hold the. point well,
they ore all that can bo desired in a pencil. It gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
will no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
uny other lorcigu market for peueMs.
Professor of Drawing, Ac.
all pkk&l8 Alii; stamped:
?3- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t ic exact name of the firm
jook to it Cmo December 13
LEA & PERKINS'
PRONOUNCED m EXTRACT
B? of a letter from a
at Madras, to Ida
to be the only a?W!W Brother at
I ??.JWORCESTER, May,
tiood Sauce GSKgwsi:
'Tell LEA A PER
and applicable [gjg^g; IMNs that their SAUCE
is highly esteemed in In
dia, ami is, in my opinion,
the must palatable, is
EVERY VARIETihsSr^v.vit as the most who>
j^i s"""! SAUCE that is
OF DISH. **mJaB*aau}c."
The success of this most delicious and uurivallel con
dhnent having caused many uiiprim .pled dctiera lo
opply tho name to Spurious Ovmimsnds, the P'jdlic If
respectfully aud taruaUy requested to see that lue name
of Lea k Pratau are. D?na the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA oV PERKINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATUS.
October ltf Imwiyr
ALL KAIL PASSENGER ItO?Ti
ATLANTA A\D ^EW ?BLEAVS
Chatanooga and Grand Junction,
THROUGH IN FORTY-NINE HOURS.
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:45 A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., making close connections at all points.
Arriving it New Orleans at 8 P.M. and 11:401A.M.
XS^Passcngers by trains of (he Georgia Railroad make
close commotions with this route at Atlanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OR uMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE.
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW AS
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
Can be obtained at General Ticket Office, Atlanta, O.a.,
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, Ga.; South Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, S. C. ; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
vS. C. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation,
July 13 3/ro Western and Atlantic Railroad.
0 U N D R Y
MACHINIST 11 FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills, Corn Mills, Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal sugar Mills, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gius, and all kinds of
I run and Brass Coalings, to order.
April 25 thstuGino
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMES BARKLEY.
Charleston. S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
HIGH and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RICE
THRASHERS (from new patterns, with all the modern
improvement*), STEAM SAW MILLS, Ac, Ac.
(IMS IN IRON Ai BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marino and other Work,
Shall receive spools! attention.
FOR KALE?One 12-horqo power 3 IEAM ENGINE,
nearly new; several new and second-h ud BOILER(i
to lO-nOTM power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, 12 and 20 Horse Tower Steam
IftT All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall re
ceive our prompt aud careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & <30.
May 11 3mo
BOOKS, STATi0nERY, ETC.
G. F. VOILER,
no. 108 market st.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 18(17, Etc.
flue and large sclcctiou of NOVELS, by the most
cet >rated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am '?cnienls, kc
Al Uie MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re
ceived 'or the same.
Orders irom the couulry are respectfully solicited.
T h'HMS U H ICR A'.._NovemlHir 8
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
HEW S PAPE R S, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 527 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
C h a r 1 e s t o n, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES o( the Press always ou hand.
Subscriptions received aud Goods delivered or for
warded by Mud or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended lo.
February 28 ly
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR yon
can be cured isTiuauently, aud at a trilling cost.
'1 In astonishing success which has attended this in
valuublc medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness
Geuerul Debility aud Prostration, Loss ol Muscular Ki:
orgy, Impoteiiey, or any of the consequences of youthfu.
iudiscre:ion, renders it the most valuable preparation
It Mill removo all nervous affections, depression, ex
citement. Incapacity to study or business, l>ss of memo
ry, contusion, thoughts ol sell' destruction, fears of in
sanity, Ac. 11 will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil
k'onng Men, be humbugged uo moro by "Quack Doc
tors" ami ignorant p. ac tit i oners, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and be at once restored io health and hap
piness. A perfect Cure i.- Guaranteed in every instance.
Price $1, or Cour bottles to one address *3.
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy uud permanent euro of Couorrlnea, Gleet, Ure
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, aud all uffectious cl
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from me lo
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of diet
is necessary while using Uiem, nor does their action, in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Pri>o$I
Either of the above-mentioned articles will bo rent to
any address, closely scaled, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BEROER. Sil?TTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 2K> River streut. Troy, N. Y.
Oilicc No. U7 Meeting :? t.
Rail roads Throughout
Every attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY rOINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
il. U. PLANT, President,
April 10 Augusta, Go,
Will be sold, at Put lie Auction, on THURSDAY, July
25th, 1867, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at the United States
Quartcrniaater*? TMpot, Southern Wharf, Charleston,
A LOT OF UNSllBVIOEABLE CLOTHING AND EQUIP
consists o or:
COATS, JACKETS, TROWSERS, BLANKETS
Drams, Tents, Ac, Ac
Tenus each, in Government funds. The property pur
chased to be removed within two days after the Sale
By order of Brevet Major-General B. 0. Truta, Chief
Quartermaster Second Military District
Captain and Military Storekeeper U. S. Army.
Ji y 1C_
Will bo soldat Public Auction, on THURSDAY, July
25th, 1867, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., at the United
States Quartermaster's Depot Southern Wharf,
Charleston, S. G,
A LOI" OF SERVICEABLE AND UNSERVICEABLE
consisting of i
WHITE PINE LUMBER, SHINGLES
Panel Doom, Window Sash, Sash Weights
Axlo Pulleys, Enameled Wash Basins, Urinals and
Plasterer's Hair, parts of two Saw Mills
Old Harness, Saddles, Curry Combs and Horse
HORSES, MULES, Ac. Ac, Ac.
Tenu? cash in Government funds. The property pur
chised to be removed within five days after the sale.
By order It O. TYLER, Bvt Major-General and Chief
Quartermaster Second Military District
J. D. 8T?BBS,
Bvt Lieut-Col. and Assistant Quartermaster.
MB. L. LORENTZ, OF THE CHEAP SEGAR STORE,
in thanking the public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on him, informs his numerous friends that Mr.
C. NORDHAT SEN will in future have charge of the BE
TAIL DEPARTMENT, under the management of Mr.
The rear of Um Store and a building in the yard has
for the present boon arranged for JOBBING, and is well
supplied with a full stook of every article in the Hue.
Having the agency of different celebrated Brands of TO
BACCO, and having connections with the most celebrated
manufacturers, he is prepared to offer liberal inducements
to the trado everywhere. Orders solicited.
CORNER BROADWAY AND17TII STREET,
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
his Southern friends. The choicest HAVANA SE
GABS, of all the leading brands, with a general assort
ment of Smokers' Articles always on hand.
June 1 D. OTTOLENGUI, Agent
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN Iii !
" Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
J\_ the French Medical Faculty, as tho only safe and
intallible antidote against infection from Special Diseases.
This invaluable preparation is suited for cither sex, and
has proved, from ample experience, i he most efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
d?cidera turn long sought for in the Medical World. Ii
used according to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a single application will radically neu
tralize the venereal vims, expel ail Impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Be wise m Uni'*, and at a very small outlay, save hours of
uutold bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted in
tho Old World, is new offered for salo for the first time in
America by F. A. DUPONT & CO., only authorized
Agents for the United States.
Price 83 per bottle. Large bottle, donble size, $5.
Tho usual discount to tho trade. Rent, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc
tions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPOBT k CO.,
Solo Agents for Dr. Bieo?d's P. L.,
May 22 lyr _No. 12 Gold Street Sew York.
to provide for TUE liquidation of TOE r>TETlEKT on
the debt of the citt which accrued 30TH DAT of
lie it ordained by Vie Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council assembled. That for the purpose of liquidating
tho interest on the public debt of tho city, which accrued
on the 30th day ol June last. Six Per Cent Stock, obliga
tory on tho Corporation of the city of Charleston, shall
bo issued, under the direction of the Mayor, to tho per
sons holding Stocks or Six Per Cent Bonds of the city,
and entitled to receive the interest accrued thereon at
the time above stated, the said Stock to bear interest
after the rute of six percent per annum, payable quar
te rls, redeemable in thirty years from date: Provided,
that no part of said Stock shall be issued lor
any sum less than twenty dollats, or for auy
fractional part of a dollar, Provided, al$o,
that all sums for less than twenty dollars and tor fr :c
tlonul parts of a dollar shall be paid in city bills. And,
provided further, that any person bona fide holding
Stocks or Six Per Coot Bonds on said not h day of Juno,
upon which interest has accrued, shall have tliu privilege
until tho 1st day of September next of disconntii g such
interest or any part t honor, against tans duo by him to
the city on said UOth of June, and may receive any bal
i once iu bis favor in city bills or new h to. k, according to
I the amount thereof, in manlier aforesaid.
ShcnoN 2. That the form of cortificates and mode of
trausfcr of said stock shall bo subject to the same
regulations as now exist in relation to other Six Per
I ent Stocks of tho city.
Itatitled in City Council this tenth day of July, In the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L. 8.1 P. C. GAILLABD, Mayor.
W. H. Smith, Clerk of Council.
July 16 lmo
TO regulate the storaoe of petroleum, its ppo
ducts, and other inflammable oils.
Seo. 1. Be it onlained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council cutembled. That from and after the 15th day
of Juno next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Bock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other iu
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Lino street, in a larger quan
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any snch quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels of tin or other metal. .
Sxc. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in
flammable oil or oils, when brought Into the city by land
or water, may be kept on auy lot or in any building in
which cotton is not stored, for a ]>eriod not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time it
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section.
Sec. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ?>t
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable iu any Court of com
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Smith, Clerk of Council. June 6
TO TAX PAYERS:
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the informa;ion of all persons concerned:
an ordinance to AMEND AN ordinance to raise sup
plies for tile XEAtt 1H07, and for other purposes.
I. Bo it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen iu City
Council assembled, That all taxes payable undor the Or
dinance to raise supplies for the year 18C7, and for other
purposes, bo paid on or before the 29th day of June next:
and that persons who shall make default of payment of
their taxes on that day, shall pay, in addition to the
amount of their taxes, one aud a half pur cent per
month until tho Hist day of July, when, il uot paid, an
amoui t of two per; cent per month upon the amount
of taxes shall be paid; and alter the ?1st day of August
three per cent per month on the amount of taxes duo
shall be paid until payment of the whole amount is made.
II. That all persons who neglect or fail to pay their
monthly taxes ou or before the fifteenth day of each
month, shall respectively pay on the amounts thereof,
two per cent per mouth from such fifteenth day, until
payment is made.
Ratified iu City Council this seventh day of May, iu
the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hundred and
Lb a] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMiTn. Clerk of Council. llnio May 11
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 1807. j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UKDEB
the following Ordinance Ueenses have been prepartd
lor delivery from this Ollice. S. THOMAS,
SEC. L ne it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen it.
City Council assembled, That from hmd after the first dry
of Jauuary, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, dray*
and wagons, used for pnvuto and domestic purposes, in
the sumo manner, and according to the same provision:
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, letoi
driven tfor hire, except giving lxmds, And each such
cart, dray or wagou, shall bu provided with a bodge ecu
tabling (he number thereof, aud marked Private, to cr
placed on the outside of the shaft.
Sec 2. No person shall bo taken by the Treasurer rr
surety to any bond under tho Ordiuanco concerning It
censes for carts, druys, wagous and other carnages, uu
less ho or she be a freeholder.
Sec. 8. The following shall hereafter bo tho rates foi
licenses for public and private curls, drays, wagon*, Ac,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shnil
be : rue from other taxation :
public carts, prays, etc., or Tno?e employed in AM
business wiiatevee, Foil UTAS direct or indirect,
For every cart, dray or wayon, drawn by one hor.-e (.1
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horse?or '
For every back nnd carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $10.
For every stage or omnibus (except liuc oiuulbup
with two horses, $50.
For every elage or omnibus (except line omnibus .
Irawu by four horses, $00.
For every truck drawn Dy two or more horses or mules
For every express wagon drawn b, two or more ho. xi
Si mules, $00.
dread carts and private carts, drais, etc.
For every breiui cart or wagou, $0.
For every cart dray or wagon, used for private or do
mestic purposes, aud not to be employed in the trans
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or an?
other commodity, for compensation, either directly oi
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a Uceuse the sum cl
$ j, exclusive ol the horse or mule.
Ratified iu City Council, Ulis lCth day of January
|l. 8>] in the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hull
dred aud sixty-six.
P. C. OAILLABD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
Jauuary 3 W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
Gunny Sagging, on account of UnderwUsTtand
all concerned. ' * *
BY JOHN G. MHVNOR & CO.
On TUESDAY, 23d inst, at 11 o'clock, win be sold, at
the Storehouse of Mr. Wm. Bosen, Adgsr's Borth
25 BALES GUNNY CLOTH, of superior quality, In
lots of five bales?damaged on board schooner Cslists, on
ber voyage from Boston to this port .
Conditions cash._Juif 00
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.?IN ADMIRALTY.
Peler Lautest et ai, vs. Sleamer Volunteer.?Li
bel for Wages.
STENHOUSE & CO., Auctioneers.
By virtue of an Order of Sale, to me directed, from the
Honorable the Judge of the District Court of South Ca
rol ii a, in Admiralty for the District aforesaid, in the
above cose, I will expose for sale st public auction,
at the old Exchange, cast end of Brood street. In the
portTof Charleston, on WEDNESDAY next, tbe~24th
mutant at 12 o'clock M ,
The STEAMER VOLUNTEER, her Tackle and Apparel,
is she now Bes at the Oos Company's Wharf. ?
At the same time and plsco, the HULL AND PODLER,
ind tuater.ols of tbo Steamer CHARLESTON, as she now
les at the Gas Company's Wharf.
Terms cosh. Purchasers to psy for necessary paper?.
J. P. M. EPPING.
U. S. Marshal, So. OY. District
i\u lionVTi""1 ?ominliisioii Merchant, nt
N :. SU K tfrtc street, below Hroo.t street.
Oilers his 'eep/lcea for the site of MERCHANDISE at
lay an! night at his store, *Iso for the sshj 0?* Jitock,
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Herses and Proddce. Best
:ity r?f?re ces will be g?en. Consignments solicited.
I'erms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
July 1 lmo
A Fall Assortment at Low Figures.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HART & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF HARDWIRE,
KING AND MARKET STREETS.
June 22 _smwlmo
AT PRIVATE SALE.
FR PURIFYING DRINKING* WATER, SICK
ROOMS, BILGE WATER, CESSPOOLS, DRAINS,
Ac, and for use lu all eases where a deodorizer or disln
fectarit la required. Approved by the Surgeon-General,
U. S. A., Washington, D C. and for sale in quantities to
suit the public at No. 13? MEETING STREET.' '
McKAY A CAMPBELL,
Auction and Commission Merchants.
July 16 ruths
~ k. FAMILY MEDICINES'
WHY HAVE THAT M ST DISTRESSING DISEASE
DYSPEPSIA, when Dr. C. G. GARRISON warrants
Price $125 per bottle.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 211
South Eighth street Philadelphia, sod by
DOWIE Cfc MOISIS.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. ICI Meeting street opposite Charleston Hotel.
July 15 luths?
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD!
I-, i t (/:(' ) .????4
THE PRICE REDUCED AGAIN !
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL, FROM THIS DAY,, FUR
NISH A NO. 1 article of well baked DREAD at the
TO FAMILIES PURCHASING TICKETS, SEVENTEEN
LOAVES FOB ONE DOLLAR.
TO STORES, HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND IK>\RDLNG
HOUSES THAT TAKE TWENTY OR MORE
LOAVES PER DAY, TWENTY LOAVES i
FOR ONE DOLLAR. ,
Delivered at any part of the city.
J. O. MARSHALL,' >u
July 10__No. CO Tradd street
STEAM GAS FITTER AND. PLUMBfelK,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES, GAB
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
1ENDKD TO. Ma US KINO STREET;'
Angus! :U Between H rood and onwi? Greets,
The Universal Verdict of all the Most Ex
perienced Pastrycooks and Housekeep
ers is that the . .
IS THE MOST RELIABLE OP ALL BAKING POW
DERS, being beautifully white, and free from sU in
jurious ingredients, besides requiring only two-thirds of
tho quantity to have the same effect as other Yeast
Fowdcrs. If you want delightful Fie Crust, Biscuit and
( im Bread, give" it a trial
"or sale by OBUBEB k MARTIN, I
No. 236 King street
HENRY BISCHOFF k CO.,
' No. l'j'? East Bay.
W. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 259 King street
DOWIE A MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 24 thstu6mo
OLD ESTABLISHED DR?; STARE
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIN & DORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST^
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Thii'd door above Market
AVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS 10
their usual stock of pure and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
TOILET POWDER J
Comprising invoices from Uic most reputable manu
facturera. On hand, all the principal
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV
I ALD2R, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ac. ilso, *
large assortment of
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Groat attention is paid to the importation and selec
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other are allowed to go out of the Establish
with accuracy, and the public can
depend on the utmost reliability in
the execution of orders.
E. MEILERS, lift. II BIER, I ft
DEVOT! D TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Chcraw, s. C. PubUsbcd weekly, by W. L. T. PRINCE
terms or sunscBtrnoN :
One copy one year.$4 00
Oue copy six months.2 00
One copy three months.] 00
Elve copies one year.15 00
bates of advertising :
One Square, ten Unes or less, first insertion.$1 69
Eor each subsequent insertion......1 00
AU Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or they
will be pubUshed until ordered out and charged accord
Merchants and others advertising by the year, 1 hoc.
ral deduction on the above rates wiU be made,