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THURSDAY MOltNIKO, JULY 25, 1867.
Jon YVOIIK.-Wo IMYO now completed our oiBco
HO na to ox?enlo, in tlio Kimi teal possible limo
ALL KINDS QV JOH W?HR, nml we most ro
upoctrully auk tho patronage of our Mend*
I'oat UHlcr Notice.
l'OMT OmCB, I
CIIAUI.I-MT.IN, 8. 0., July li, 1807. I
After today tho mails for Northeastern ii.iiini.nl
will close nt 8 o'clock A.M., nml lo-iln.v and nftcr
wards they aro expected to roa-.-h the Railroad
".Station" nt 2:30 o'clock P.M., ntul to IHJ ready for
delivery nt thin oftico at 'J:'V> o'elocl; P.M., oxeepl
on Sunday, wlacii tho hour will bo from 0 P.M. to 7
P.M., until further notice.
STANLFY 0. TROTT, P. M.
POSTOFKICI: NOTICE.- An evening mail for Angus- '
ia and Savannah, and for distribution buyond thoso I 1
?nices, will el IBU daily At tho Post?nico at lialf-paat
SALE OF TUC STEAMEB VOLUNTEER-Tho atonal?
er J ro!u ii ?CW, hor tackle nnd apparel was sold yos
tlay by Mesara STENHOUSE & Co., for tho sum or
ON THE WINO.- Tho Bteanior from Georgetown
brought among lier paasougors li vo goiitlcmaii of
color, who arc on their way to tho Penitentiary,
whero they propone to pans a short Hmo for their
country's good. They were convicted of various
olui'ices, from cattlo Bleating lo general Inrcony;
but wcro Unaly convinced of their own intiocunco
nml disponed to murmur at their lot. During
their stay in this city they wcro caged nt tho De-1 J
tcctivo oilier, but loavo to-day. m I S
Roban?-Ou Tuesday night about io o'elock, a
l'nited States Boldicr lodged information nt tho
oflico of the detective polieo that hu was robbed ot
ft watch mid nomo greenbacks in j:ilioll street, hy
a woman liamuil KMJIA IIAIIII.TON. Tho Chief of
the Detectives, act ?np on (ho information, nrrcslcil
Mrs. Lu H A, who returned tho watch mid lifloci.
(lollara of tho stolon money. Tho matter has boen
turned over to Captain Sm WALU, Chief o? IHiliue,
for tm thur oxamlnntlon.
Tan 11 M I i.K OF COL. I. HI ASH' (JOUI SNUFF ROX. I B
-Tho Halt ?more (faielle ears that for mun u tinto a
valuahlo gold uuulTbox, ytmldod with tirty-six illn
moiids, ono of tho relics of tho days of tho Revo?
lution, has hoon nt tho jewelry establishment of
Menura. WILLIAMS, li now S ,V SON, at tho corner of
Hull ?inure mid Charleo atroots, lo ho rallied for tho
benefit of Mr.". IJAUUEXS, tho owner, a widow lady I C
of 8outb Carolina, who lost all her means hy tho I A
lato war. It was presentad by Louis XVI of 1 hi
Franco to Colonel Jons LAURENS, ol South Caro?
lina, an aido to Uotioral WASHINGTON. It remit hu d
in tho family until necessity compelled ils dispo?
sal. Ou Friday lad tho drawing for tho historical
relie took placo, mid it was awarded tu ticket No.
210, bolonging to Mrs. IIILL, of New York.
COTTON TIES.-Thoso interealetl in Cotton Ties pi
nrj roqueslcd to call nt tho Ship's Colton V" 's, D
corner of Anson and 1 lavin: atreets, anti cxai a tc
balo of colton compressed with tho LEWIS Clot ton
Tic. Tiiis Tic differs from nil others, of tho name hi
class of Tics, called Holf-fastoiiiiig Tics, in ila tl
having an outside adj us 1 mont, without which tbo l<
inventor conlonda no band can ho properly ni- ex?
peditiously secured tn n bato of cotton. Mr. LEWIS
ie n citizou of Charleston. Tho Tics on tho halo ol
wcro mado for him in 18G0, whon ho waa prepared "
to placo thom in tho market. Tho war hau loft
him without tho means to introduce them, mid he D'
ie nnxi?na that BOUIO capitalist who can seo monoy | D
in tho invention should take an interest in tho
patont. Tho patent broadly covers the outside ail
- md n lent in thia class of Tics. Tho patent wns
(.-ranted in 1859, nt which limo ho also received a
patent for another Cotton Tio, which likowieo ia
front -adjusting and solf-fastcning, which has yal- I R
uablo ont uren. I D
Onr-AT REDUCTION IN CLOTHIKO AT TILE KINO
STREET. DEPOT.-Mr. WAT. C. MATTOTESBBN, tho
prince of clothiers, advortisca -in to-day'a in imo I M
that ho haa reduced tho price on bia ontiro Block I hi
fully twenty per cont, and can now offer induce?
ments Hi nt aro irresistible to any ono who believes hi
that tho human form divino looks diviner when ar- I tv
rayed in good clothes. Mr. NATTH?ESSEN baa had
a long experience in tho clothing business, ami Iii?
slock hos always contained ovory article needed by
the ti boru er BOX. Ho still continues thia practico,
and though tho price ia considerably lower than it
was, tho variety ia tho saino end (ho material OB P
Mr. MATTnrESSEN is ably assisted hy Capt. Mc- ft
TUHEOUR, who has long boon uugaged in thia huai
ness, and ia a thorough export. Tho hot won titer J
n?cessit?tes A full wardrobe, and Ibero aro few h
places wli?ro it oan bo replenished with moro tl
*plcasuro to thu wearer than at Mr. MATTMESSEX'S. h
Wo commend oar roadors to his establishment,
knowing that thoy will bc both fitted and ??ni ted.
TUE OHE AT BEABOAUD AND INLAND Am LINE_
A grand consolidation of tho different railroads be?
tween thia city mid pointa further North has nt
last been effected, and a route is now oponed that
offers to merchants and ehippors unparalleled ad?
vantages. Every effort has boon mado hy tho
Agonts and Managers of this ronlo to inauro a
quick transmission of goode, and all IOBBOS aro
promptly adjualod. Tho tariff eburged on tho
freights has boen reduced to tho lowest point, and
gooda can bo sont hy this routo as safely and aa
cheaply aa by a steamer.
Wo learn that a numbor of our prominent mer?
chants have embraced tho offers made hy tho
agonts of this lino, and aro now ordering gooda by it,
Other parties who havo bocomo interested in the
aubject aro only awaiting tho ciroulara which will
soon bo inned. Mr. W. T. J. O. WOODWAUD, an
old resident of this city, is tho Geuoral Agent for
this lino, and will bo pleased to givo any informa?
tion regarding tho roads mid thc facilities offered
by thom for froiglits.
Tire DESTITUTION IN rnx Cou NT nv.-Tl io failuro
of tho laat year's crop brought an unparalleled
amount of Buffering upon tho country, and affect?
ed all alike. Tho poor woro oomplotoly destitute,
while llioso in hotter circumstances had their
banda tied, mid both wcro compelled tn appeal to
tho Duroau for aasiatnuco. Tho Floronco (/tuttle,
in referring lo this subject, says wo learn that tho
cry lor tho primo nccossarieu of lifo -corn anti
bacon-still prevail to an alarming extant.. To
shaw tho groat waut to which people had hoon
driven, wo learn that ono hundred thousand
pounds of bacon and flvo thousand husltold ot corn
woro givon out al Darlington for liana on tho
crops, on Monday, 15th instant. Besides th-s,
two thousand huehols of corn havo huon given
away exclusively to tho destitute. In our own im?
mediate aection oidy about two thousand bushels
have been taken, socurod loins, Ac., making in all
niuo thousand bushels of corn received in our Dis?
trict ainco January last. Truly wo ought lo fool
grateful, if our wanta aro no great, und that cur
demands can and aro hoing supplied.
Di FFICULTY HETWEEN TUE CIVIL AND TUE MILI
TABV AuTUOniTIEH AT MAIIION COUIIT HOUSE.-TllO
Marion Slar contains tho following account of a
conflict bel noon tho civil authorities and tho mili?
tary stationed at that post:
There occurred at this placo on Saturday last a
mont unfurliinnto and mischievous collision of tho
military authority with tho rogular administration
of justice. A freedman, named Den. Pinkies, lind
been arrested and imprisoned, under duo process
of law, for an assault and battery, with Intent to
kill, upon tho person of William Mcdouall,
CapUiu Filigree mid Mr. J. ll. Le,vis re
presenting tho Freedman's lluroatt, called upon
Mr. Moody, Clork of our Court, and required him
to diechargo tho priaonor upon bis own recogniz?
ance. Thia ho rol'usod to do, declaring that both
tho Slato law and Order No. 10, of Oenoral Hickies,
required in criminal casos that thu nanal recog?
nizances should bo givon and that tin re must bo
hail, that in this caso tho physician attending tbo
assaulted party had informed him that ho waa in a
critical condition, and Hint his recovery was vory
il., nhl fol; that to re I oas o tho prisoner iimlor thono
circumstances would violate his sworn duty to tho
HUto laws, and tho express provisions of para
giaph olovon, of Ordo.- No. 10, to willoi
ho especially called tho oltoutioti of th?
officers of tho Dnroau. Thoy roplied that they lind
nothing to do with Oenoral Hickies' orders; that
thoy aclod under General Scott, who was tho ruling I
power In thia State, and would sustain Uicir notion I \
la this caso; that thoy had orders from him ?lo?
ci arin g that fr, edmon should nat ho ioquirod to
-give bail, and that thoy locognizcd him univ, and
that this negro should not givo bail; that Congroes
would sustain Honorai Scott In what ho did. Mr.
Moody still' declining to dischargo tho prisoner
upon his own recognizance, thcv called a freed?
man standing hy, Coleman Alford, and in
Blrnotod him to go to tho jail nnd order
tho Jailor to tum out tho prisbner. Al?
ford started oft* in hot liasto, ami on tho verbal order
delivered by tho nogro, tho jailor turned tho pris?
oner out and ho is now at tarp e. Wo bavo no wish
to lnoroaso Uio excitement which thia affair has
occasioned, and wul not assail tho motives of tho
officers of tho Jluioan. In a conversation with
Capt. Pingroo afterward, lb which wo endeavored
to convince bim of his error, ho aesnrod us that ho
wu acting in accordanco with Ooncral Scott's do.,
otston in a frimUar CASO, and that whatever might
bo Ooo. SlckW eudora, Qom Scott would sustain
HALE ?? A FLAT.-Wo direct attention to thu salo
oin lino Hat, ?liich wilt (ako placo lo-day, by Slr.
J. A. TaWUAOX. Thin Uat is largo, stroug and per?
fect, ami would bu n rnhmblo acquisition to a lum?
U.sivrJtsiT? or TUE Sou m.-On our in nt pago
will bu Annul nu Interesting account of'tho origin,
ho.[.arv, and pro-cut condition of this Institution.
Thu Hov, J NO. ll. Cou:;mu liaubccnappolntcd.agcut
to solicit contributions ami subscriptions in thia
Stnto. Mr. C. ia noir in Cliarloatou on Ibis mis
'?mi, nuil we hopo lio ?ill nicol with such encour
i"oiuont as bis cause merila.
MATOH'S Counr.-Tao persons, who look tho
unrkot for a meei in ; IIOUHO and commenced hnr
-iinguoing each oilier in loud and nngry tones,
vero interrupted In their discourso by thoir nuill
.iice, mid wcro fined ?2 for their wnsto of words.
Au individual, who thought tho ills of this lifo
vere linnl to bear, concluded ho would lighten tho
mi den by lying down, and choosing a soft Hag
dono, was soon in tho laud of forgetfulness. Ho
omul (hat tho rccipo was not n good ono, mid that
io was not a freo ngont; for his snoring disturbed
ho ncif-huorM, and he was toted off to a lucidity
.lier bo could imlulgo In his fondness for rosi?
ng his head upon n lap of earth without iucora
noiliiig those ?ho wera of n di li?rent opinion. A
Ino of $3 brought him np standing, and ho will
tiulc to tho perpendicular Ul future.
Two darkies, who had taking proclivities, en
.caver e<l to cult?valo an acquaintance with ham
ntl eggs, hut thoy mimed their mark, and caught
(arlar. Tho egg thief was confined to tho dun?
oon fur ten days, whllo bis enlightened confrere,
ho walked away with tho bacon, was cured of his
rojiensity hy a similar soutence.
THE DISTMOT COUUT OF BEUKELET Disrnicr cou
oncil yesterday al tho usual hour, his Honor
migo lticiiaiinsoM presiding, and AUOUSTISE T.
MIi ii, Esq., acting ns Attornoy-Ocncral, nnd dis?
used of the following business :
Tho Slato rs. Jerry O. Williams-Larceny, con
iiucil from ycHlenla.v. Guilty.
Tho Slato cs. (troy Gaillard-Larceny nnd rc
..iving stolen goods. ATof Pins, by Stato, nnd
Kiognizmico ordered to he esl rented.
Tho Btuto os. Absalom Grooms and Hubert Don
ul'y-Larceny. Con tinned. ltccognizanco of dc
indanls ordered ..> ho estreat .d and a bench w?r?
mt lo issue for t til' appearance nt next Court.
Thc Slalo es. \\ . -nm H. Ilatiimn-Assault and
at tory, fl nitty. Defended by JAMES SIMONS, Jr.,
Thc Stato n.v. Janies Alqui - Aaa milt nnd BaHory.
Tho Stato vt. Paul F'. Mnlthows-Assault and
iltcry. X.'!. Pros, by Stato, nnd recognizances
dor.al lo ho estreated.
Tho Slato vs. Edward Christopher and Princo
lirislophcr-Larceny and Malicious Trespass,
bf. Pros, hy Stnto, mid recognizances ordorcd lo
Tho Court thou proceeded to pass ROU ton co ns
illowa upon tho pallies convicted nt this tomi :
Thc Stnto l's. Elie Fnidke-ASHBUII and Battery
ul Assault with intent to Kill: Sentenced to bo
iipriBoncd twelvo months.
Tho Slnto vs. Harry Miller, Derry Alston and
ctor Wabhinglon-Lnicony anil Malicious Tres
isa. Harry Miller lo ho imprisoned six months:
crry Alston to bo imprisoned eight mouths. Pa?
ir Washington to be imprisoned four months.
Tho .Stale cs. Thunum Williams-Larceny. To
3 imprisoned in (ho Charleston Jail, snbjcct to
io requisition of (he Goromor lo work on 1'em?
mi ?arv for l\\ elvo months.
Tho ?tato rs. David Adams-Larcony. To bo
uprisonod in Charleston Jail, subject to tho order
! tho Governor to work on tho Penitentiary, for
io term of six munt hu.
Tho 8(a(o os. Thomas Dangerfield and Frederick
road-Malicious Trespass amt Larceny. Tom
angcrfield to bo imprisoned thrco months, six
oekH to bo remitiert on payment of twenty dui
rs; Frederick Dread to ho imprisoned four
lOnths, two mont lin (o bo remit t ml on payment of
'i Im Statu ua. John W. Doniphan-Assault and
at I erv, and As:nult with intent lo kill. John W.
onlphan (o bo imprisoned ono month.
Tho Stato os. Frank Cutler-Aaanult and Hai?
ry. Frank Duller, un orphan child, eight or
ino years of ago, to lia discharged, hin employer,
ajor O'BIIIEN, having promised to correct him for
Tho Stuto vs. Jorry a. Williams-Larceny. To
) imprisoned turco months and pay a duo ol
vent y dollars.
Tho Stato vs. Francis Cherry-Assault and Bat
try. To bo iuiprisonod in Charleston Jail two
toulba and pay a Uno of twouty-flvo dollars
Cou UT OF GBNEDAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
LEAS-Hon. F. J. MOSES presiding.-Tho suit of
ors. CONLON (tho widow of tho etccploraan who
ill through tho trap door somo months sinco)
gainst tho City Council, was taken up yesterday,
, D. CAMPBELL and JOHN PHILLIPS, Eiiqs., appoar
ig for tho defendant., and W. D. 1'OUTF.H, Esq., for
io city. A number of witnoaacs woro examined
ut tho Court adjourned before tho testimony wad
included, and tho caso will bo continued to-day.
bo sues tor $10,000 damages.
UNITED STATES CO?OT.-Hon. GEO. 8. BOTAN
residing-In Admiralty.-E. A. LE PIUNOE, maa
rr of thc steamer Idea, in re P. LAWLESS el af. ti
io Volunteer and owners-a libel for wages. AL
XANDF.II H. BnowN, Esq., proctor for libellante, on
lotion of W. E. MIXELL, Esq., ?twas ordered that
v. PniNCE, tho mailer of tho sloamor Idea, haYO
a\o (o Ula an intervening petition for salvogo
In tho United Staten District Court it was or
orcd, on motion of W. E. HIXELL, Esq., that W. H,
i i iii*, tho claimant in tho casoof tho Unitod States
8. sundry barrels of distilled spirits, ?tc, found
j tho uluru of tho claimant, that in this caso W.
1. KIDD bnvo leavo nntil to-day to fllo bis grounds
f appeal and mako his motion for a now trial. Mr,
IIKELL stated lhat in this caso bo lOpresontod Mr
'.AMPHELL, who was detained in tho Htato Court.
IF IT IS THBOWN IN Yoon TEETH that you do not
cop your dental apparatus in proper trim, it is
our own fault, for all tho world knows that you
light do so by using that matchless vegetable
ontriflco, Sozodont. tutbeS July 23
A now nuil important remedy fur married ladies
irculars can bo obtained mid tba article supplied
l>on application to tho who! salo agents.
DOWIE St MOISE,
Southern Drug I louse, No. 151 Mooting ut rod.
April ll OioluOmo i
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
cr, Ac; or, MILI,RUH' Almanac;
if you want Printing executed unruly ;
If you want Books bound in any Htylo, or Acconnt
looks mado to order, with any desired pattern ot
?.lime, Ro tn IliUAU lUnins, No. f/J Broad atrcol
Verdict of tho Facility.
Tl 111 LA Vi S I N 1)1 rt 1?l? V H A 111.E AS MEDI
Tho most distinguished physicians in Ibo United States
avo recently been placed on tho witness stand, and
avo, willi ono voice, declared that puro stimulants aro
iluable medicinal mienta. This decision of the acuity
ilnrs especially to medicated stimulants, of wbleb tb
urcst sud tho best st pr?sent known ls IIOfiTETTER'
1 Oil AtUl SITTERS. Its basis ls tho alcoholic prln
?plo of tho finest rye gros n In the Uulted States, and Hs
crbal Ingredients comprise the extracts of a largo num
er of plants, barks and roots produced In various parla
I Uio world, and all noted in Ibo countries to wbleb
icy arc Indigenous for Uutr powerful sanativo proper?
es. As an Invigoranl and tonic, tho valuo of tho Hit
irs can scarcoly bo overrated. Ilonco Ita extraordinary
fleet in fever and agno and Intermittents and remit
ants of every typo. Its antl-billous properties aro mar
ariana. Persons of billons habit, by laking a small
[nantiby once or 'wicca dsy, msy completely chango
heir cooetitntlonal iondency to liver disease, and escapo
.11 tho unpleasant consequences whlob nrlao oltber from
he undoo sensltlvcners or Ibo unnatural torpidity of the
illiary organ. Chronic constipation ls erodlostod
horOugbly and ba a very short space of time by smsll
loses of thia wholesome regular, taken night and
norning ; and for all the disorders whlcb aro suporta
lilted by exhalations from decomposing vendable, and
inlmal matter In tho streets of cities, or the m burna of
iwampy districts; ll ls, when buken ss a protective and
preventivo medicino, tho most rollsblo of all safeguards.
July 31 0
Free to Every body. . .
A Large 0 pp. areolar, j (lying Information ot the
greatest Importance lo the youn j oMioth" aexSa." T" ,*J
It leaches how tho homely may become beautiful, thu
ilesplrid respected, ami tho forsaken loved.
No yoong bdy or gentleman should foll lo . en l their
?darers, and rocelvo a copy postpaid, by return mau.
Address P. O. Drawer, 31,
March 30 ll*",' ' ' ' ..Tro/, N. Y.
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
18 PUBLISHED a BVBBY '.WEDNESDAY, AT BUM
TER, B. O., by GILBERT A FLOWFJIS, Proprtctori
at FOUR DOLLA UH per annum, Invariably In advance.
Advertisements Inserted at usual rates, .
livery style of Job Matta*; executed In thr neaicsl
style and greatest dispatch. bf member 'A
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT TUE DAILY
Auction Nair. This Day.
J. A. TuouitoN witt soil Ibis J?t, mt ll o'clock.' al Ike
liked street Wharf, tho Flat Rota Warina
W. Y. LKITCII A lt. 8. Daune will sell this day, at 10
o'clock, at Nu. IUI Enal Dey, thc catire stock rf Messrs.
Howi:, CHAIN k Co., ?hip chandlers omi grocer*.
Will bn sold this day, al 10 oMoek, by order of Major
II.?iieiul ll. O. Tn. MI. Chief Quartermaster, at tho United
Hiatos Quartermaster's Depot, Ronlbcm Wharf, a lui of
Quartermaster's stores; also, at ll o'clock, a lut of cloth
lug and equipage.
MUXIOAN A RON ai 111 ;scll this day, nt !. o'clock,
lt No. 'JQ Vendue Range, dry goods, clothing, ahoes. ?al?
Jtrvonn* A Co will sell thia dar, at half-past 9
relock, la front of their storu, No. 30 Veuduo IUuge,
lams, shoulders, striiw, Ac,
IL k A. P. c.u.o-.vr.M. will sell this day. at half-past 0
)'clo:k, beforo their store, strips, shoulders, butter, Ac.
T. M. CATKU will Bell thin day. at three-quarters past V
I'eloek, ou llrown'a Wharf, sides aud shoulders; abm,
mtier and cheese.
L A e u i Y A A ne. i A SDK n will soil lida day, ai'10 o'ctock,
icfore their store, No. 137 East Uoy, strips, horus, Ac.;
iso, 25,000 segara.
Tho latest and most effectual remedy fur Ibo euro of
lubtUty, loss of appetite, hoadnchc. torpor of tho liver,
le., le PANKNIN'S UEPATIO UITTE118. For salo by
ll Drugglala. th
The lie.t and Surest Remedy In (tao
VorM for ail dlsoasce wllb which children are aflilcted
uring thc process of teething, ia MRS. WINiLO'd'S
OOTUINO SYRUP. It not only relict es tho child from
ain, but Invigorates Ibo stomach aud bowels, cures wind
die, and by giving quiet sleep to Uta child, gives rest to
io motlier. Perfectly safo in ali eases. 35 cents a bottle.
Do ?uro nud call tor
"MRS. WINSLOW'S 800THING SYRUP,"
laving tho/ar limite of "Cunna A PanaiNs" on thc ?ut?
ido iv rapper. AU others aro baso imitations.
DOWIK ? RIO 1 SK,
o. 151 Meeting street, opposite tho Charleston Uolc).
July M slulh3
Tile Time to AiiTcrtlac In tile Country.
THE PIM.NIX baa a Urge circulation throughout tin
tlddlo nud upper Districts or tba Shit?. Advertising
iles as reasonable as Hie stringency of tho moa?' ?<
et will warrant, Mrm-I.-??sUlag lo uoe
." commua or Ibo paper vi ill address
.IUI.IAN A. SKI.uv, Propriotor,
February 2o Columbia, S. c.
Know thy Destiny.
M AL AMI: F- F. TuoitxroK, tho great Engllsll Aslrolo
'.<!, Clairvoyant aud Psycbumotraclan, who baa aston,
lied Ibo scientific classes of Ibo Old World, baa now lo?
lled herself at liudsou, N. Y. Ma i ame TuonKToN poa
ssca such wonderful powers or second sight aa to ol?a?
lo lier lo impart kuowlodgo or tho greatest Importance
i tho singlo or married ol either nox. Whilo m a ulam
r trance, sho dcllnoatcs Ilia vary features of thc- person
au are to marry, aud by tho aid of an Instrument of In?
na' power, known aa tho Psychomotropo, guarantees to
rodilco a lifo-llko ptuluro of tho futuro husband or wiro
I tho applicant, together with date nt marriage, position
> Hie, leading traits of character, Ac. This la no limn,
ug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. Sho will
nil, when desired, a rertlflrd certificate, or written
uarnntco, Ibat the picture ls wbat it purports to be. Ry
aeloslag n small lock or hslr, and giving place ot birth,
jo, illsposlliou and complexion, and enclosing fifty rent?
ad ?tamped envctopo adilreascd lo yourself, you wlil re?
live the ph i ure and desired information by rellim mall,
II corauitiulcalluna sacredly confidential, Addres?. iu
mflJcucc. Miidauit I:. F. THORNTON, P. O. Doz Vii,
[nilson. N. Y ly March 30
UIHItTERLY ST ATM TAXEH.
(luNxnit. TAX Omca, Fina Puoor Rutr-niNO.
rK RETURN OF BALES OF OOODS, WARES AND
MERCHANDISE mid SPIRITOUS LIQUOR*, ror
uartcr ending30th June, ls now belog made up ror tho
Lalo T reamircr
Opportunity will bo afforded To-Dny and lo-Jforroio
ir those who bavo tailed to make returns and pay thc
imo, to do un. ead avoids dimble bu execution.
Tho lax Collector la required to nay Into the Stale |
tea su ry Hie amonnt recd roil from said quartet ly tax
ithlu ihirl, days aller tho expiration of each Quarter.
FLEETWOOD I.ANN KAU.
July '.'6 1 T. C. BL Philip and Ht. Michael.
No. 1 I.ICKMCKS.
OFFI0E CLERK OF COUNCTL, I
July li. 1807. j
CHOSE PERSONS WHO MADE APPLICATIONS FOR I
No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE ai o hereby notified lo io- j
ort at thia omeo with their applications Immediately.
W. II. SMITH, .
July iii_Clark of Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, i
July at. 1807. j
FUNK-SHOP KEEPERS AND PEDDLERS W'HO
haxo mado oppUcallon for LICENSES are hereby
elided to report al thia ofllco Immediate.}-.
? W. H. SMITH.
July aa_ Clerk of Council.
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES of the celebrated OOM Ul NATION
CRADLE AND DARY TENDER. Pro?
pelling Horses, and aU kinds of Rock?
ing llorar?, Invalid Chair?, willi double
and single wheels, from SIS "tn fia;
Jarrlages, Fatioy and Varnished Wagons,
let. Invalid CarrUgea, made to order. Fancy
-tad Raby Rockers, Ac, kc, life-size Horace,
o. SUS BROADWAY. Manufactory, Not. 449,
d isa WEST STREET, New York.
60, 4SI ?
^.f AMILY MED ic IN E S t
CTTHY HAVE THAT Mt ST DISTRESSING DISEASE
W DYSPEPSIA, when Dr. C. O. OATtRIBON warrama
I cure. >| . ,
Pr u e Ills per bottle.
For salo, wholesale and retail, at my atore. No. 31k |
louth Eighth street, Phlladolpbia, and by .
now ii; & Molsi:.
SOUTHERN DRUO HOUSE.
No. 1S1 Meeting street, oppoalto Charleston Hotel.
July IS rulhaO
A RE NOW TN USE WITH MANY FAMILIES OF
rV thia eily, and have given enlim aauaraction to all
rho have tried thean.
Wo warrant thomto boil, l ake, broil, try,boat arnooth
ng Irons, Ac, without smoking. Thoy can bo manag od
y any lady, without tho aid of a servant, and can do all
Ito cooking of a 1 amity with Icu trouble and at lesa ci
enao I lian the ordinary coal or wood stoves.
Fresh supplies of these rueful and economical
TOVES ate constantly arriving, and wo aro prepared to |
arnish them at manufacturer's prices, wholesale and
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
IO LB A HUNTS FOR CHARLESTON, H. C.,
Ms. oil KIWI STREET,
Ono Door north of Ll hort y street.
J?/ID PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
NO. 'JA JOHN STREBT, NEW YORK.
ALL8TYT.E3 AND 0HADES OF LEAD PENOII*
of superior quality aro manufactured and offered
at fair terms to Ibo Trado. Tho public aro In -r"<sd
i to give tho AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL th.' ^re
THF 1TN0IL8 ARE TO DB HAD AT ALL THH
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N.llIOl.
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
EitoraaxniKo DCPARTMSHT, J
TATJC Cor-LKOX, November 10, 1608. I
I have alwaya recommended the Faber Polygrml*
'.cad Ponclla aa tho only pencils filled for both ornarnen
al and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
rial of tho American Poly grado Lead PencUs, man.
llaclured by the American Load renell Company, New
?ork, I lind them superior lo any pondi in uso, ovon to
ho Faber or tho old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
3dng a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
iioohanical drawing, and all the ordinary uzea of a lead
^Tbcao penrlll aro very flnoly graded and have a very
?mooth lead; oven tho softest pondla hold tho point weil;
?icy ara all that can bo desired In a pencil. It gives me
ireat pleaaiiro lo bo able to aasare'Americana that thoy
will no loDger be compelled to depend upon Germany or
my other foreign market for pend?a WJOTg B/aL>
Profcaao r of Drawing, Atc
AI.i. p anetta aaa murun:
akv- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCftX OO. N. Y."
Nono genuine without Vie exact name of the Brm
pelt lo lt. _Poco tn ber 13
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DARR & OBTEEN, . Propriotora.
"1)11 BLI R urti) EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER 8. C.
A Subscription M.0O per annum. To Ciaba of foul
93.00 per annum,
?aTcrine.eei.n Inter ioa oullbaril terms?
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
PUOIiIklUBD AT ORA NU BI I URO tl, II
mina PAPER cmcuiJtTBfl .nrROOonoBT TKJ.
X middle porUou of Hie Utate, and offers the beat
fae Ol He? fox ad vc rll ?cr?, F ab roary ?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
O 40? O
Great Attraction I
lilMEiXSK REDUCTION R PRICES.
A SPLENDID STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
For Men, Women and Children,
OFFERED TO CUSTOMERS AT A
Reduction of 20 per cent.
FROH LAST MONTH'S PRICES I
MY MANNER OF DOING BUSINESS (HAVING,
it all times, but ono prico), la a MI flic inn I g nu mil?
oo that all who"favor uio with their patronngo will
io fairly dealt willi.
MY STOCK, being lirgo ami of excellent variety,
rill ba sold at prices which will defy competition.
'. would annex a Huhcdulo of prices, bul ?paco will
ml permit. Sufuco it to say, Hint all who favor
no with their custom will not depart dissatisfied.
JOHN tt 11,1, V! ll
No. 2(1(1, Until of Kin- St rici
Juno 30 . ct utli l?
A G R?C U LT U R AL.
WillK.il/HIML WARMSE i
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 110 Booting Stree!,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
Dealers In nil kinda of
5 A AV AND ROLLER Gl%
HEN ERE VS McOARTHY OIN.
IL L. EMERY & SON 8 SAW OIN AND CON?
DENSER, for Rand or Horao Power.
SOUTHERN DUTTON CO. 8 OIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S OIN.
BROWN? DOUBLE CYLINDER OIN.
BROWN'S HAND OIN.
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
rnE ?EST. MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST |
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing thia new Power Into tho uiatkct, wo [
rould ststo Ibst tlio following aro lonni of tba advan
age? possessed bv thc '-LITTLE GIANT" over all other
lorne powers :
1. I ts groat strength on scennnt of being doublc-graml,
rblcb uot only doubles tho strength by dividing Ibu
.tmlu on twko Ibo number of teeth, but by geariug ou
?viii sides of tho wheels lt equalizes tho waar ou tlio
ilisfts, and msterlslly lessens tlio friction, enabling the
ionics to do much moro work than with any other
X Ita compactness and ox tremo portability, lt weighing
ibout on o-hal f aa much as utin r Ilorso Vowers. and oe. u
jylig but one-third tbe spaco, lt can bo packod lu small
Mies, thus Baring ranch expenso. It la so .simple Ibst
bo most ignorant ponton would have no dlflloully In
miling lt toaethur.
3. Tba faciltty with which lt eau bo adjusted to any
kind of machimo" at any angip, either on tho ground or
ivor bead, without moving lt from its foumlstlnn, will
De appreciate J by f.rmcrs sud planters OH upc? - i tilly odapt
vl for driving Cotton Cl ins.
HORACE L. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
NISH \\ I I V.'S
MOWING AND REAPING MACHINES.
?lows pf all descriptions, Cast Iron
PLOW OA8TTNUS, in every varloly ? Cultivators ;
Herrn Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Fielt! and Cardan liol*
lera; Fan Mills; Corn Mills; Corn Shasta*! Cornand Cob
Crushers ; Hay, Straw and Com Stalk Cultora ; Plan ta?
j?n Carts and Wagons : Canal and (lardon DarrowB ;
rugar Milln; ?rintistonos ; Road Scraper.. ; Chums:
. hovels ; Spades ; Rakes ; Forks ; limn, fcc., tte, a ar?
len Hoods, of all Kinds, warranted puro ami Fresh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?Tone 18_tn th s
A DMTPTED TO BE THE MOST CONVENIENT
A. and Ibo oaatost to UKO of any Iron Tio, and
"'VS?'. IQ any other in strength and security. ","
This IltLM TIE lu In tun!??-..? r-> ,'-r-~',ml
upon tim culi?* i>.,i.. in an matant and with ono
Tlioso who have tried tho various kinds of Tic,
TO BE TnE BEST NOW IN USE.
Tho Subscribers aro Agents for
tliis State, and will supply them to
Sub-AgonLs ut tito WHOLESALE
PLANTERS furnished direct o
?l-l W. WILLUNS & CO.,
Juno 27 _thato
TATENT SELF-FASTENING WROUOHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
?T 18 AB CHEAP A TIE, AND TUE BEST ONE VET
Invented. It ls tho > trongost Tie, standing by (cst a
lin OfMOn two thousand pounds. Tho moat easily
adjusted ne, aa lt la scir-fastonlng. The mott simplo,
rcqnlriog only to slip tbo band Into tbo bnckfo. ami tho
e'aaticlty of tbe cotton fastens Itself, and lt cannot bo?
co rn o un (as ton od.
For sale. In largo or email q usn li tl oe, by
ROSS, BO DERI'S ft CO.,
Commission Mcrchr.nl? aud Ornerai Agents,
No. BO Front street. Now York City.
STREET URO. ft CO., Agoot.,
Joly IS Hmo Charleston, H. U.
THE ORANGERURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATUBDAY MORN INO, AT
Orangeburg, B. O. Terms tl per annum, in ad
' During tho aprlng and (Ul saisons exln copio, of the
OninaKDUno Nswe will bo circulated fof the benefit ol
nor advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements in sorted on Ibo most liberal
lenna. Address SAMUEL DIDDLE,
, . < Editor Orongoburg Nowa,
February IS_Orangebnrg. B
THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
PUBLISHED O? WINN8DORO' H. 0., AFFORDS A
profitable medium for tbs advertlalng public ot
Charleston.' ' . 1
Wa respectfully solicit their patronage for our mutua)
beaeoL , .Vf, f, :
' (1A1LLARD, OEAFOBTES ft WILLIAMS.
I NOT rn .her 16
? IIB LIVERPOOL AN?) LONiK'S
NI.OIIK VlUK IKSVRAATCK CO.MIWX'..
STOCKHOLDERS PBR80MALY RESPONSIIILr..
LOSSES ADJUSTED 1IEHE.
O. I. LOWNDES, AI: ..il.
May IO IhTnao No. lu Broad suv ...
MM INSURANOE IWir.liW
N 12 XV Y O II K .
A. A. LOW.
ui,i vi.ii IL ammos.
8. ll. CHITTENDK.N.
l'KI'KII O. CORNELL.
Don. WU. KELLY.
Wit. R. TISDAI.E.
(UL. I.. M I CK M AN.
JOS. A. SPHAUUE.
RUFUS lt. GRAVES.
ALEX. V. DLA KM.
JAMES H. NOYES.
WM. C. FOWLER.
SAM'L ll. CALDWELL.
M. s. HUNTLEY,
WM. I*. PIUtMl ICE.
I. ll. FHOT11IKOUAK.
hou. S. TAUEIt.
I. IL FltOTIIINOnAM.
(IEO. L. WILL.UID.
II. E. PlEKHEPjtT.
UEO. F. TU UMAX.
TITOS. T. UWCKLEY.
HENRY A. SWOT.
JAS. U. PRENTICE.
UEO. L. NICHOLS.
J. W. FIIOTHINOIIAM.
WM. C. .'Ill KI.HUN.
OLIVER S. CARTER.
LEWIS ll. LODER.
J. T. U. MAXWELL.
EZRA T. PRENTICE
OEOROE L. WILLARD. President.
O. U. GORDON. Vice Prcslilcnt.
C. ?. Pl.YEIt, Secretary and Actuary.
THE PLANS FOR ROSINESS FOR THIS INSTITU?
TION ?ru very- liberal and nttracllvo to tiloso who ariah
o ?usuro their liven in a FIRST CI. \KS COMPANY. It?
maines* In very large aud rapidly ie.crea.lnc, Ali tho
rariuns kimi* of policies aro iiuurcd ou ns favorahlo
mus os are nlTcrcd in any other good Company m tho
MOMItY. DIVIDENDS IllerooT with the ago or tho
.'otley. Koii-partlclpalhm: role? oro lower than those or
my Company in tho world. Losses iiaid In thirty days
incr duo notice and proof of death. Liberal arrangu
ucnls made in regnrtl to tra vol. Onc-thinlofthcatiiou'ut
il premium ?Tl! be loan' il tim potiry-holilcr If desired.
J. AUrUIEli CAV. General Afjcnt.
Onleo In roar of FJuioro lusurancc.
July 13 stulh3uu> Low Range, Uroad strccL
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND I ni MM u.
:?14 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
|\XANUFA0T11HE.S STEAM ENGINES. 1I0ILF.RS
1VL and MACHINERY, Haw Mills. Cont Mills. Horso
'nwers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugur Mills, Cullan
lead crushers, McCarthy cul?n Oins, and all kinds ol
ron and Urass Casliugs, to unter.
April '20 thaluGuin
IIOILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Hollers,
Saw and Grist Milts. CnAt
Inuf lu Iron and Urass of
Send orders lo
J. M. EASON A BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus sb).,
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMES BARKLEY.
m % i;
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
A RE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOn
A UIU1I and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS. RICE
rilRASIIERS (from now patterns, with all tho uiodcru
mprovcnivnU), STEAM SAW MILLS, Ac Ac.
WINGS IN IRON AND BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Nepalis to ularino mid other Work,
KhaU rcccivo special attention.
FOR HALE-Ono 12-horso power .11EAM ENGINE,
nearly new; several now and sccoud-h nd BOILER j, 0
to Uiiaorao power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, 12 nuil 20 Horse Power Steam
/OT All Order? for REPAIRS ar NEW WORK Miall ro?
ad vo our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll * 3mo
ALL HAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AND KEW ORLEANS
Clintanooga natl Grand Jonction, ] ,?
TH not <;i i IA! FORTY-NINE HOURS.
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DATLT At 8:15 A,M. AND
7:00 P.M., making close connections al all pol ula.
t^S?S. tSZ ??^jii. ' it???road moke
. .?Zz counactlims with this ronlo at Atlanta,
NO STEAMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS nor
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL N10HT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW AS
. HY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
Can bo obtained nt (lenrral Ticket Olli, e. Atlanta, (la..
Georg In Railroad, Augusto, Go.; South Carob na Railroad,
Charleston, H. 0.1 South Carolina Railroad, Columbi?.
B.C. JOHN li. PECK, Msalcr Transportation,
July 13 3n o Western and Atlantic Railroad.
Omeo No. 147 Meeting iii*, t.
C0NNE C TIONS
rn nt ALL
Every attention gi von to tho sate
Transmission of Freight, Honey,
WILL ('ALT. FOIt ANT) DELlVEn FnEtCini
TO ANY POINT IN OTE CITY
FllEE OP OUAItaE. \
ll. ll. PLANT. President,
April IQ _Anguila. Gs,
TnE AIKEN PRESS.
IT IB PROPOSED '?0 PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OF
AikcTj, 8. C., a Weekly paper nuder tho itovo title,
to be devoted to Oenoral Iutcltigence-Political, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Religious- with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, Including tho Fiold, tho Orclnuv
Ute Vineyard, and tho Garden. A Nows Summary, to
contain a digest of the Important evenbj of the woek,
wlU occupy apo Uon of Oro paper, and particular allen
Hon wUl be given to the rinso ttl ed question of Labor, a>
best adapted to oar now conoTlion, and tho davolupmen'
of tho resources of the country in Manufacture*, Agrl
culturo, Frnlt-ralalng, and Vino-growing.
Terina-I'd a year, in advance.
. II. W. RA VEN EL, Editor
W. D. KnraxawD. Publisher._ January 51
Tho Greonvlllo Mountaineer
18 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT tl BO PER
year, m a I vance. Advertisements Inserted at turua!
raits. O. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor and Proprietor
New J-Int llosa Waring.
UV J. A. TIIOUHO.V.
riIIR MORNING. July 25. 1867. at ll A. M., at Hazel
street Wlinrf. I will nell for canil, without auy reserve.
Tho FLAT 110SA WARING-capacity. 35 corda Wood;
ly uara old, uow lu good order, with Mainsail, Jib,
Murk*, Ac, Ac. rapers al cipcuso of Purchaser.
*uS "? &"l> Vhaniltery amt (traceries, Ittmatntna
.VocA-?II lynde of Messrs. ?loire, Crain ti Co.,
Aa. l?iT tutti t ai/.
UV W. v. IJHIT?III it R, ?. mu \ s
VI ho sold TUm DAY, HUi lusbuit, ?t io o'clock,
Ibo eiitlro stock o? Messrs. llowcTcrnlu .V To., cwt'
Blstln? In part ?if: '
I'.MNl-K. OII? HARDWARE. TINWARE. Tultew
letsd. Lamps, 'iullow, Auw, Mast Hoops. Lourcels
lullsoyes, Wooden Wan-, lie. "uri tis,
Manilla and Tor Hope, Soaps, randles. Molasses llbls
Ice! and Pork, Can Meats mid Fruits.
DESKS. COUNTERS, Scales, Show Case, Oil Stnnils
huivn.'i:, Ac. '
Terms cull. Articles will bu delivered on day ol sale
July 96 _
J1V MILI.IU AN .V HON. ~
No. 'A'? Vendue limine.
THIS DAY, 25th instant, at IO o'clock, wu will sell
RUY GOODS. CLOTHING. Shoos, Ouitcrs, Straw
loud*. Fancy Ooods, Soaps, Ac., Ac.
Suudry articles FURNITURE, Tinware. Cooking
.ci'slls. _ July ir,
Pot Wee Sate-tilde* ami Shoulders,
UT T. M. CATE ll.
illbo sold TUIS DAY, nu Uro wu's Wharf, nt ?X past
G lihds qilOICE SIDES, now lauding
1 hhd Shoulder*.
Conilltluus cash. july <?-,
Huller and Cheese.
nv T. nt. i vi KU,
Til be sotd TRIS DAY*, on Brown's Wharf, at ft past
Ol Orklns STATE BUTTER, lauding Irom stcomer
16 boxes Goshen Cheese, land lug Irom steamer Mon
Condi lions cash. July 23
UNITED STATES MI A KS 11 A I.' s SALK.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
Nathan Zcmansk;/ ca. JCpsltn it Zcmansky.
BY McKAY & CAMPBELL,
( null Auctioneer*.
r virtue of a writ of FL Fn. lo mo directed, from tho
Honorable tho JUIIRO of tho Dialrlct Court of South
Carolina, in tho obovo case, I will cxpo.o for salo nt
public aucllun, at thu well known sloru southeast cor?
ner of Klug and Wentworth streets, lit tho City ol
Charleston. cumni?iicuig oil MONDAY, July a-Jlh lust..
at 10 o'clock A. M.,
HE EN Till E CONTENTS OF SAID DRY OOODS
?je*. .aud'cctorcd Alpacas, Empress Cloths, Delaines,
Calicos, Ac., kc. ....
unorted Whllo Hoods, vii: Linens and Linen Lawns,
-r?l<l<> linen. Pillow Canoing, Sbeolmg, Towelling
Crash, Ate., kc.
JACONE18, Bishop Lawns. Organdies, Ac, Ac.
Ladles, Misses and Gents' ROSE and HALF ROSE.
Kid, Lisio Thread. Cloth null other OLOVES, of Hug?
ill, French and German manufacture.
CLOTH-, Cassimcros, Tweeds, Satin?is, Jeans, Ac.
French Brocho, Merino aud Woollen BRAWLS, ladles'
oaks, comprising Basques and Sacks, in Mik, Black and
lucy Cloths, Flannels, wiitin and colored.
DOMESTICS, eonipriaiug Ilnr.ni Homespun, Long
Dths, Shccilug, Striped Ginsburg*, Denims, Limeys,
READY-MADE OLOTIIINti, Gents' Felt sud Wool
A largo and choleo assortment of YANKEE NOTIONS
ibbotts. Embroideries, Hoods, St arrs, Nubian, Neckties,
d'fs . Drusi Trlmmirgs, Ac, A-c.
Catalogues un Saturoay, 27lli lust., eau bo brui of Mc
ay A Campbell, Auctioneers, No. I'M Meeting streol,
ul at store ou muming of salu.
Terms cash. J. P. M. F.PPINO.
U. S. Marshal,
ob- Augusta Constitutionalist, Savannah Republican,
? lumbla Phoenix, copy oil Friday, 2Gth insL, omi solid
ll lu NRWH. July 21
WILLIAM 0. GILLILAM1 ? SDN,
Ko.il Estufo Agents, AuctioitciM-s
WILLIS & OIUSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MBIICHAMS,
IT ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
i'V SHH MUNT (lo Foreign aud Domcslic Purl.) ol
DTTON, III CK, LUMUKU AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC YVTI,\IU\ Clinrlcston. H. C.
. WILLIS.A. B. CHiaOMI
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
ML A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
,'. F. COREERY.Ol BpotUwood Hotel, Richmond.
'olcfrrnph and Railroad UfHcea in Kn lumia of Hotel.
Juno 17 Cmo
PROPRIETOR CF THE
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
J ripe 8_
A FINE LUNCH
Served. Everv Day,
FROM ll TO 13 l-vi O'CLOCK.
?TEVENS HOUSE, No*. ?1. ?3, ?.1 AND %7
j Broadway, N. Y.. opposilo Bowling Oreen-I n tho
atroncan Plan.-TRK STEVENS HOUSE I* well sud
rldoly known to tho travelliug public. Tho location Is cs
ecliuMy suitable lo merchants and business men; it ia In
loso proximity to Ibo business part of tho city-ts on
ho highway of Southern and Wcatcrn travel-and adja
ctit tu all thu principal Railroad aud St calal boat depute.
The STEVr.NS HOUSE baa liberal occoiumodatior. for
vcr 300 gu. ni*-lt i* well furnished, and poa senses every
aodurn improvement for tho comfort and outertainment
f ita Inmates. The rooms aro spacious and weil vontl
itcd-provided with goa and water-the attendance Ls
rompt and respectful-?od tho table Is generously pro
hied with every delicacy of tho sc aeon nt moderato rates.
Tho rooms having boon refurnished and remodeled, wa
ro onal'' ld to offer extra facilities for tho comfort and
leafcn.ru . f our guests. UKO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May 28 Cmo Proprietors.
FOR THE MILLION ! 1
LWTLL REND, POST-PAID, 60 PHOTOORArnS OF
tho moat cclobralod Actors for 60 coota; 60 Actresses
sr 60 couta; 60 Union Generals for 60 cenia-, 60 Hebel
ichera!., for 60 cents; 60 H la tra ni on for 60 oentn; 60 boau
Lful young Ladles lor 60 eenie; 60 flue-looking young
leuUcmcn for kl cenia; 0 large Photographs of French
lancing Girls, In rostumo, beautifully colored, exactly as
hey appear, for 60 cents; or for 60 cunts, 0 ol the mutt
?cant Ifni Ladies of tho Part alan Ballet Troupe, aa they
?ipear kl Ibo play Of tho Black Crook, at Nlblo'a Gordon,
Bend all orders lo P. O. Box 177, "f ? . N. Y.
FB FOLLO WINO ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for Hie Information nf all mi.corned :
LM onDIKANClE TO nEOOLAIETB? OLBAMSINO OF Pat VI IS
AMP VAULT* DI rna coaronATB LIMITS or rm cm.
1. Re lt Ordained by tho Mayor and Aldermen. That
rom and alter tho rallUcatlon of thin Ordinance, lt shall
lot bo lawful for any person to cloanae or remoro the
?ntcuU of Vaults or Privies within tho limita of tho
illy, without having previouslyobtained a license for Ibo
ia ino; all such lloeiiaoa lo expiro on tho Mat December
if ovory roar, and bo subject to all requirements i ra pos
kl by Ordinance* regulating the granting of Licenses for
Dray* ind Cart*. . . - ' - * ;? '
IL That tba nao of Barrels in open Cart* and Wagons
j prohibited, and parties applying for License will bo rc
pured to pr?vido closed Carts auitabto for tho purpose.
III. All person* having such License ?halfrepoi t rt
me of th Ouard 1 Ion ses, daring tho day, hi* cr their In?
lentlon u lo inch work during the ensuing night; In the
Lower Ward* such report to bo made to the Malu Guar 1
hTou*?, In the Upper Ward* lo Upper Guard House.
IV. Tho place or places for the deposit of auch offal
shall be designated from time to time by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of auch Licensed Cart or
iny other person who aimil violate any of tbs provisions
af this Ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to observe
tho same, or any of them, abai! forfeit and pay for each
3?Tenco a Ano not to exceed twenty-five dollar*, to be eu
torced by tho Mayorin his Court, or recovered In any
other Court of competent Jurisdiction.
llallflod In City Council thia seventh dav of Mar, In thc
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred .nd ?ix
ii. a* P. 0. QALLLARD,
' V; W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Council_3mo_May 10
Tho Bennettsvillo "Journal"
IB PU BLURTED EVERY FRIDAY MORNTNO AT
Hon ri ol tavlll r, B. 0., In tho. eastern portion of the
SUto, by BTUBD8 A LITTLE, Proprietor*, and offer*
lur-orlor laaducc inonu to UorchanU and all other* who
wlah to cxtsnd their bu? tn ea* tn thia section of the Pee
Dee country. Wo reapcetlull/ so'icil the patronage of
our Chiilcalon Irlanda, '_ ' ' _
Tenn?-ts per ?Lnnm, invariably in advance. Adver
tie c iii cn t* lnacrtod. at very rcaeoaable ratea, July 8
IM III. IC SALK.
Will ba IHIM, nt Public Auction. Tills DAY, July
23111.1807, at II o'clock, A. M., at thc United Slates
(Jiiarturiuastcr'e Depot, Southern Wharf, Charleston,
iV LOT Of UNSERVICEABLE CLOTHING AND EQUIP
coKfusTi o or:
COATS. JACKETS, THOW3ERS. DLANKLTB
Di nmi. Tents, ?c., fit.
TerniM CUM ! j, hi Uovemiuciit fund?. Tho property pur?
chased lo be removed v. ?tinII two daya after thc Salo
Hy order of RroVrt Major-Gen eral lt. O. Tm u, chlrf
Unurtcriiiaatcr Second Military District.
t'uplnin and MHitarv Storekeeper U. H. Army.
IVIII hu mild nt I'lihllc Aiicliuii, THIS DAV. July
Halli, ibi,7, beginning at lo o'clock A. AI., at tho Hutt?!
Statea (juartcroiaatcr'ti Dc|iot, Southern WI.ml,
< 'liBri. .I..,,, s. C.,
V LOT OF SKRVIUEAIILE AND UNSEUVICEAULE
OUAHTLRM ASTER'S STONES,
< oNsisrihti or :
WU JTK PINK LUMUKU, SH1NOLKS
Panel Doora, Window Sash, Sash WelKhls
Aalo Pull, ju, Limiuelcd Wash Basins, Urinals and
Plnhli-rer's Hair. |inrtH of two Saw Mills
Old Humes?, .saddles. Curry Comba and Horse
HOUSES, MULES, lsc**r., Ac.
Terms ??nab In Government lund.-. Thu property pur
.ll :,.\i lo DC removed within Rv? days alter Ibu aale.
Hy order lt. O. I YI.ER. ?vt. Major ?cassai ami Chid
jun rtcriiiastcr Second Military Diktricl.
. J. I). SI Lillis,
llvt. LieitL-C'il. nod Assistant Quartermaster.
Seven /."inns nnir thc Citii nt .lue/foil.
BY SMITH .Vi MrUll.l.ivit.\ l.
trill i:-tut, llrokrrs. No. ?7 lin. Htrrrl.
VIII positively hu ??ld, to tim highest bidder, nt the ?ld
CiiHloiii House, East emt cl Hroad sheol. THIS
DAV. nt ll o'clock.
SEVEN PA IUI LOTS, of from three to nine acres
sch. Hood Cotton nod Provision lauds, lying between a
? 'nil npposilu lbs Cluiuent'H Foi ry Hood, uml Five Milo
'est on the Knuth, and Hie Dorchester Hoad on tho
lorib, and embracing all tho lauds b -.noded on the Wttjt
y Ute Railroad tract, and Eost hy the Plauk Hoad or
Plata are ready for distribution, ami eau he seen at our
Terms-Oue-llilrd cash ; balanco payable lu one, two,
?tva and four years secured by IIIIIKIH and mortgage ns
Baal, Purchaser lo pay us for stamps, pain r?, ,Ve.
HY It.AA. I?. l'AI,I)WIH,l"
HIS DAV, thc 25Ui lusiniil. will be rold, before our
* Blore, nt half-past ll o'clock,
NEW YORK STKIPS
?Innis, mt._ Juij- 25
JRKFUltUS it ? ar.-'
fill soil THIS DAY, In frnul vt their Store, No. lill Von.
duo ita ncc, at H,M u'clont,
ino CHIIH:KKUOAII CUH..D HAMS
300 Sugar-Cured Shoilhlcrs
20 tierces Sugar Cured Strips
_100 tubi Lard. _ _.lilly IB _
Siripa, limns nwt Shoulders.
BY LAL11EY tfc AI.KXANllKIt.
'HIS DAV, tho 'JM li instant, will bo sold, lu our store,
Ni. HIT I -isl Hay, al IO o'clock.
17fi Now York H. C. STRIPS
20S Sugar-Cured Digged Hmm
HW H. C. Pig .Shoulder?
10 boson Chaiupagiin Cider
5 hols. Cider Vinegar.
Conditions cash._Ji?y 25
Seiiars ! Sty ar? !
nv i. M it i ; v & ALEXANDER.
'HIS DAY. tho mfa liiHlatil, will Ix; sold, iii our store,
No. 137 East Hay. nt 10 o'clock,
25,000 SEOAHS, various brands. ?
CundltlotiB cash._Jilly 25
?n aiauttnt of former purchaser-Steamer Mab al
HY lt. m. UAH si I \|.I, itt URO., Auct'r*.
O-MOHROW, 2Ctlt InaL. ?t ll o'clock, will ho sold at
tho foot of King street.
THE STEAMElt MAH, willi lier Holler and Machinery,
apaelty, li?) halo of Colton.
Conditions cisli. Purchaser lo ]iay us for papers.
UMITKU STATES DI A USU A L'S SALK.
wrrc.'iisnre of Mortgage bj consent of parties.
Richard T. Morrison. Sr., vt. It. Jl. Itudgins,
./iimi'.v fJirrjis, and II. V. Hudiiina.
S'l'KMHM SK .V CO., A ucl in neera.
ly virtue of au onb r nf salo to mo directed in tho shevo
case. I will expose for sale at public auction, at tho as?
treine west end, soulh side ni Reaufain street, in Hie
City ol Charleston, ou TUESDAY neil, tho 30lh day of
July. I BAT. at 10 ovh.-u ,\. M.,
1 POItTAHI. STEAM t-rNOINE, 25 horse power, all
ouiplclc and In good ruuuing order.
1 CIRCULAR SAW complete, attached.
J. P. M. EPPING. U. ti. Marshal.
Conditions c-.sh. tulhni* July 23
SALIS OF O?VEIIMUENT PltOPERTV.
VIII he sold at public auction on TUESDAY, July 30,
IHOT, at ll o'clock A. M.. a the ofilco of th i Uudartlgn
cd. No. G Southern Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
1 (one) HOUSE.
a (three) Carts.
3 (three) sots Cart Harness.
Termn-Caah In Government Funds. Property to bo
ciuovod Immediately after Kale. JAS. P. LOW,
July M_B_gravel Lt. Col, and A. Q. M.
nANNE'lT M lll'li.
lu'.tlonrrr and Commission Merchant, at
Nu. HU Kine street, in low Broad atrrct.
Oners hts services for the ailo'or MERCHANDISE at
lay anl nicht at 1.1? store, also for tho salo ot Stock,
lontls, Heal Estate. VCSHOIB, Herses and Produce. Beat
ity refere rca will lie given. Consignments solicited,
'eric.i mod?ralo and guaraulocs satisfaction.
July 1 lino
THE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will for tho pr.'sont bo carried ou as UHUAI by tho
indcrsigncd at No. 18 East Day, over tho store formerly
iccupied hy CRAIG, I DOUBT li CO.
All persona having Individual claims must pr?tent tho
saine, and those Indebted individually will moko pay?
ment lo JOHN TUOMEY.
FUN FOR ALL !
FULL INSTRUCTIONS HY Wilie ll ANY PERSON,
malo or fonialo, can master tho great art ol Von
j-iiomilsm by a (cw hours' practico, making s world ol
Tun, sud siter becoming crpcrts tboiuaolvca, can leach
.ulicrs, thereby making it a source of income. Full in
?tractions sent by maU for 60 cents. SattsfacUoii guar?
Address P. O. Drawor 21, Troy, N. Y.
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUM BK lt
PLAIN AND OP NAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAH
FTTTINQ AND PLUM lil NU PROMPTLY AT
1 ENDED TO. NO. 110 KINO STREET,
August SI lid w,ni Iliwan and (Mewn itreels.
BRB?DORI?! BREAD !
THE PHICE REDUCED AGAIN !
THE SUnSCRIUEH WILL, FROM THIS DAY. FUR?
NISH A NO. 1 artic lu of well nuked DREAD at tho
TO FAMILIES PURCHASING TICKETS. SEVENTEEN
LOAVES FOR ONB DULLAB.
TO STORKS, BOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND HOARDING
BOUSES THAT TAKE TWENTY OR MORE
LOAVES PER DAY', TWENTY LOAVES
FOL ONE DOLLAR.
Delivered at auy part of tho city.
J. C. MARSHALL
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
PURLIC NOTICE IS BEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
tho following Ordlnanco licenses have bean propnrtd
'or delivery from this OOlee. 8. THOMAS,
REC, 1. He it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder menin
City Council euiembled. That from 'and ofter the first day
?f January, licenses shall bo taken out Ihr all carla, dray,
ind wogous, used for private and domestic purposes, in
tho salim manner, anti according to the same provision?
uow nf lori e lo relation to carls, drays and wagons, Icier
lrivcn for hire, oxcopt giving bonds, And each audi
cari, dray ur wagon, shall bo provided with a badgo con.
taiiilng tho number thereof, and marked lYirate, ta co
placed OD tho oiitsldo of tho ahafL
Sac 2. No person shall lw takon by th? Treasurer r fl
surety to any bond under-Uio Ordinance concerning li?
censee for carls, drays, wagons and other carnages, an*
less bs or alio bo a freeholder.
Sac. 3. Tho lollow'ng shall hereafter be the rates (or
licenses fer public and pr?valo carla, drays, wagons, lc,
including thu horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be free from other taxation:
ron lac anni, WUK, ara, on mona CKTLOVBD nt aux
BUBDtESB WI1A.TEVEB, lou Ulna DIBEOT OR IHDIRKCT.
For i very cart, dray or wagoo, drawn by ono horso cr
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horeeaor
For every hack and carriage with two wheals. In i
Far every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every alago or omnibus (oxcept Une omnibus..
With tWO h urana, (60.
For every stago or omnibus (oxcept lino omnlboa;
drawn by four horses, $00.
For ovary truck drawn tty two or more hones ormulos,
For avery expresa wagon drawn by two or mero horaee
or mules, seo. .- ?.-'
li il van CARTS AXD T niVATK CARTS, DRATS, Ero.
For every broad cart or wagon, SS.'
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
?nestle purposes, and not to be employed in the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lamber, or any
other commodity, lor compensaUon, elinor directly or
Indirectly tor the same, ah all pay for a license ie sum ot
tb, exclusive cl the horso or mule.
Unlined in City Council, lola lath day of. January,
11- ie i In tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and ?iity-sii.
P. C. OAILLABD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
Jauni ry 3_ W. B. SMITH. Clerk of Connell.
TO TAX l'A Y Kits ;
mHE FOLLOWINO ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
JL for Ibo lnformaUon of all persons concomed:
AH onniNANca TO AUEKD AM oanmaNoa TO RAISE sor*
runs ron TUB TEA a 18C7, ADD roa ornas itnirosEa.
L Bo lt ordained by tho Mayor and Aldermen ba City
Council assoinblod. That all laxos payable ender tho Or?
dinance to ra Un supplice for th? year 1807, and for other
purposes, bb pallon orboforo th? QOth day of Junonoxt:
and that persona who shall mako default of payment of
their tarca on that day, ahaU pay, tn addition to tho
amount of their taxes, ono and a ball per cent, per
mouth nulli tho 31ft day of July, when, ll not paid, aa
amount ot two per1 cent, per month upon Use amount
of taxes shall bo poid) and alter the SDrt day of Augnat
threo par cont per month on tho amount of taara du?
shall bo paid until payment of the whole amount ls made.
IL That all persons who neglect or fall to pay their
monthly taxas on or before the fifteenth day of each
mon lit, : ali all reapoctlvoly pay on tho amounts thorcor,
two per cont per month from auch fifteenth day, until
payment ls made' ...
Ratified In City Connell thia seventh day of May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[u *.] P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayer.
W. H. o urra, Clerk of Oouacil. 8no May 1\