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TUKBDA? MoTlNINCJ, JULY'O^ ISOT
Jon WoitK.-Wu hnvo now completed our oAlco
BO ns to cxcctito, in tho shortest possible timo
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, ami wo moat rc
spcclfully rusk tito patronage of our Rienda.
l'oit Ofllco Notice.
POST OFFICE, f
CHARLESTON, ii. C., July i!, 1H?7. (
Aftor to-day tho maila for Noil li ci at ern Railroad
will OIOBO nt8 o'clock A.M., and to-ilny niul after?
wards tboy aro expected to reach tho llnilrond
"Station" al 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to bo ready for
delivery ot this ofIlea nt :l:U0 o'clock V.U., except
ou Munday, when thc hour will bo from G l'.M. lo 7
I'. M., until further notice.
STANLEY 0. TROTT, 1'. M.
FOSTOFFICK NOTICE.- AU evening mail for Angus
ta and Savannah, and for diatributiou boyoud thoso
oillccs, will oloao daily al tho l'oalodico al half-past
TUE WEED SEWINO SLACHINK COMPAQ- Wo
direction tho attoution of our leader.' to tho adver?
tisement of Mr. D. II. I?AZELTON, who is tho agont
for tho WEED Company Mowin"; iuachiuce in thia
Btulo and Florida. These machines received a
modal at tho lato ".ipositiou, and aro in evory
respect united to tho publie. Mr. HAZELTON in an
old Charleston machinist, and io prepared to war?
rant his atock.
TUE MIKTION PltEsnYTEniAN Cunten (Coi.oitEI>).
-Wc gave, nonie tinto nt/o, an account ot this
Church, and tho ceremonies connected with lay?
ing tho cornor-atonc. Tho work baa proceeded
Btoadily ovor aiuco, and tho building ia now ap?
proaching complotion. Tho funda of tho corpora?
tion havo been diminished during tho orcatiou of
thia Church, and Ihoy now propose giving a grand ,
festival and promenade concert to aid them in re?
filling Hie exchequer. It will ho hold nt tho Club ,
Rooms in Meeting atrcot, near llroad, and wo
. Iii eel thc attcution of those interested, and charl- (
tably disposed, lo tho advertisement in another ?
IN CnAHDEas.-Judge MOSES hoard yesterday
sovaral motions in Chambers, bul nono of any 1
public importance. Mcaara. SIMONS A .SIMONS will 1
arguo to-day the caao of a inoichnut of this city 1
cs. tho Tax Collector of St. Philip's mid St. '
Mn ha. l'a, for illegal taxation. This ia a caao of
Homo Interest to tho community, and tho inline; of !
tho Judgo will bo nuxiously oxpcclod. Judge '
M oses lias, by his urbanity of manner and prompt- '
in-ii in tho dischargo of bia duties, rendorod him- 1
Bolf popular to tho liar and to tho public, mid tho (
readiness with which ho ha? consented to romain 1
in tho eily and further tho onda of Justico hy hia 1
d?cisions, will only ndd to a reputation gained by 1
a long prac! ice ot hia prides don.
BRADSTBEET'S CI 1M 51 ri: ri M , REPOTITB .-Mn. ,
FO.YDA, tho gontlomunly agent of Mesara. RUAD- |
HTiiKETA- SON, of RHATJBTTIEET'S NOW York .Mercan- ,
tilo Agoncy, has shown ua n copy of their Register, ,
Vol. 21, which lina Jual been issued. It cont, ?UH
tho naines or over -100,000 business men of thc ,
country, with their buaiuosa credit mid standing; ,
over 30,000 additional names having been added ,
uiuco their last publication, tho majority of which ,
aro Southern. Mr. FONDA is tho agent hero of thc
concern, and represents this Statu nud Ocorgia.
His reports, wo learn, aro full and rclinblo or both
Stales, and wo havo no doubt hut that tho mei
chante cl tho eil ie. of each Slate will ho glad to ,
procuro tho rogislcr. Iiis oAlco ia in llroad strcot
in lilia city.
A Si.HUIT RELIEF-Tho dwoltora on this sub?
lunar sphere, who wcro vainly oudeavoring to
koop cool, were agreeably mn prised and 80.HC
what ref rushed by tho rain of yoatcrday. Fora
moment tito quicksilver hung on tho balance, hut
it could not stand tho proasuro, and foll savoral
degrees. At flret tho rain carno down with a
grateful persistency, and tho thunder's dulcot
tones sounded far inventor than tho muslo of a
piano. Unfortunately this pleasure was of short
cootinuanco, tho rain Boon coaned, and old Sol re?
sumed hia away and tho quicksilver mounted to a
dizzy hoight. Tho rain may havo hoon appreciat?
ed hy tho farmer, but in tho city it has only hoon
tho causo of linallie mas on tho weather. At pres?
ent wo aro sweltering in a loom whoro it is im
possible to kcop any hut a cast-Blcol thcrmomctor,
and whilo our imaginations ?.aro running on cool
brooks and shady Ircos, wo aro ouduring a host
that ia fervent enough to molt tho el. menta. Un?
di! r thea? circumstances it is almost an impossi?
bility to lind anything stirring that could koop
quiet, and this may nceount for tho dearth of
nows, aa fow persons aro anxious to increase tho
caloric in their system, and consequently avoid
any unduo oxoiteinent.
DESTITUTION IN ST. PETER'S r AH? SU, BEAUTOET
DIBTUIOT.-Tho dostitulion caused hy tho war, and
tho failure of lout year's crop has lften general
throughout tho South, but has boon relieved in a
great measure by thc generous donatione of tho
charitable and by tho prompt aasiatanco rendered
by tho Bureau officors. In South Carolina this
destitution was moro aovcrcly foll than in any
other State, hut tho supplies havo hoon distrihu
tod hy tho government unsparingly, and aa our
prospects aro now much brighter weean trust Hint
tho ovil days aro over, that pcaco and plenty will
altino upon tho laud, and that o very man can sit
under Iiis own vino and his own fig tree. Tho Sa?
vannah Keics imd Herald, in roferring to tho pov?
erty in South Carolina opposite that city says:
"Captain H. C. BllANDT, Sub-assistant Com?
missioner, F. B. & A. I;., for tho Carolina
uido of Savannah river, has mado ilintri
butiou of corn and- bacon among tho
destitute of both races in St. Peter's Parish. Tho
efficiency of this oDJcor ia tho bust guarantee that
tho provisions of tho resolutions of Congress, tui?
lier which tho distribution lins hcou made, lune
boen faithfully carried out. Wo aro poisonally
cognizant of tho fact that tho Captain has oudoa
vorcd to discriminate justly and impartially upou
tho various applications made. Thc destitution
prevailing in portions of St. Poler's Parish was
wido aproad, many familioa, both whito nnd color?
ed, literally having nothing to oat. Tho hincks aa
a general thing wei n hotter off than tho poorer
classes of white pooplo. Tho oropa aro good-tho
laborers working bolter than waa expected, and
hopeful nuticipations o? a bettor ulato of things
encourage tho farmer."
TUE WANTS OF TUE COUNTRY.-Tho South baa
undergone a great chango dining and nineo tho
war, which will tend considerably lo her futuro ad?
vancement. Old things havo pasBOd away, anti?
quated ideas are loft to tho octogenarians, und
ovory effort ia hoing made to improve thc country
by tho introduction.of .labor-saving machines, or of
thoso i o ve nt nins whoso utility lina boon recognized
everywhere. Sinco the notices of tho Melidouhiill
Loom havo appoirod in thia paper, lottora havo
been reooived from different parla of tho country
inquiring tho price of theae looma, and where tboy
could ho obtained; Tho agent in this oily, Dr.
MCCLINTOCK, has received eimilnr loiters, and if
hia purpose was to offect tho nales of tho looma
ho could easily accomplish it in this city. Ho hos,
though, como boro for a different object and de?
sign, simply to nell tho patent right for this State
and North Carolina. This right will givo tho pur?
chasing party tho exclusivo right to mako or sell
tho looms in either Stato, and would, if properly
managed, ho a paying invostmoiit.
Throughout tho onliro South thcro has teen a
Want Of s i one invention that could mako tho fariner
a prcducor of everything needed in his family, and
tho old fashioned country modo looma woro always
in motion weaving jeans and homespuns. These
looms wcro, however, subject to many objections,
oe tho work waa laborious, and tho quantity and
quality of ( a cloth wovo hardly componaatod for
tho timo bestowed upon it. Tho Mondonhall
loom waa conatraotod for utility, and has nono ol
tho defecto noticeable in others. Indeed, Ihoy aro
aa near perfection aa it is poaaiblo to mako thom.
'I hey not only woavo tho flnost and coarsest cotlou
and woolen gooda, bnt silks, caseimoros, and ovory
spooioa of cloth ncodod by a family. To persona
in mr derate circumstances thia invention will bo
aa useful as tho sowing machino, and, by proper
management, can be made extremely remunera?
Wo understand that novoral capitalists havo
made offora for tho patent right, and wo can noon
oxpeetto seo Chillon ton not only a commercial
hut a manufacturing city. Tho advantages of this
loom l.avo already hoon portrayed, bul thoso re?
sulting from its introduction among us aro known
tovell persons who havo soon tho rapid inoroaso
and corresponding prosperity of a manufacturing
town. That Charleston is destined to riso from
her present unhealthy condition few can doubt,
and if her business in en would encourage tin: in?
troduction of factories and tho consequent in
eros ro in tho number of mechanics, thia end would
aeon bo obtained. It ia a consummation most de?
voutly to bo wish esl, and tho purohaao of tho loom
in question would go far towards ita accompllah
M A SM M LI: i INO.-In auolhor column of our paper
lliiit mor ni ? iir, will bo found a call for a Public
Heuling ol "ell citizens in favor of (ho Hcconatruc
tion measures of (ho 89th and 40th Congrcaa," to
Uiku placo at 8 o'clock to-night at Hibernian Hull.
Au opportunity ia hero given to all to como for?
ward, irrespective of parly, mid Oo-oporato in tho
good work of restoring po.ico and quiot to our
country. Wo hopo tho meeting will ho well at?
Tun 8iiEiiiKKAi.Tr.-Tho tomi of Colonel JOHN E.
CAUEW as Sheriff of Charleston having expired, W.
S. HASTIE, Esq., Iia>) boen appointed to lill that of
lice by Mnjur-Unncral D. E. 8ICKLES. Tho appoint
mont lukoa effect on (Itu 20th proximo, tho retir- |
itig Sherill being alouv I ouo month tu nrratigo bia
business. Tho following ia tho order from hoad- |
tptartcra malting tho appointment:
HEADQUARTERS SECOND MIL. DISTOICT, J
CnAiufSTON, S. C., July 20, 1807. (
[SPECIAL OllUEHS, NO. ll 1 J.
V. Tho election for -Sheriff of tho Judicial Dis?
trict of Cltarlcaton, 8. C., appointed to take placo
by law on tho 0th of August next, is hereby sus?
VI. Tho following nppoiutinout is hereby an
MILITAUY l'OST OF CHARLESTON.
D1BTUICT OF OUABLESTON.
Sheriff- Willinm 8. Hastio. Dice Carew, whoso
term oroflico oxpires On tho 20lh proximo.
Tho Sheriff boroby appointed will, bsforo ontor
iug np.>n hi? dutiea, Inko nuil subscribo beforo a
Juatico of tho Pcaco. Notary Ptibli?, or other ofll
cur nuthorizod by fnw (o administer oaths, tho
oath of ollico proBcribcd in tho Act of Congress
iMBHod 2d July, 1802, Tao honda required by thc
aiva of Knuth Carolina will bo oxocutod in duo
fumt, and Hied with tho proper offloor.
Tho Commanding Ofllcer Military Post of I
Charleston ia charged with tho oxocution of thia i
. a . . ? . ?
Hy comm: ud of Maj jr-Ocncral D. E. SICKLES.
J. \V. CLOUS,
Capt. 88lh U. 8. Infantry,
A. D. C. and A. A. A. O.
OmaAL: J. \V. CLOUS, Cnpt. 38lh Infantry A.
D. C. mid A. A. A. G.
Mnjor O'BBIEN, for Bomo tinto Chief Huioau
O iii ocr at Mount Pleasant, bas boen appointed
Jailor. Other appointments will soon bo mado in
tho di (Tere nt munioipal oJucOB. Th ero aro few
persona who aro moro accoptablo to tho oitizona of
Ubarlcaton than Mr. HASTIE, and tho choice of tho
Hilliary Executivo has mot wilh gonoral approval.
MA?on'a Conni'.-Tito Mount Pleasant wranglora,
ivlioao fuativo pursuits wo mentioned in ycHtorday'a
?aper, wero sent to a uingiatrnte, who will inform
.hom that llioso who go down to the ?ca in Bhipa
sjiould not got ou a boat when they return.
A cheerful youth, who had a fondness for taking
ingar In his, in a (lt of nbatraclioii took more than
tia tiHtial doso, and waa soon dono for. lio waa
omul ott a door atop gently murmuring "tnko mo
i o i no to tho piuco where I Ucl saw tho light." No
ino hoing acquainted with that vicinity bo was
iiudly convoyed to a vacant coll, and only rotcasod
ti tho morning ou depositing a V. and promising
0 ignoro sweetened liquor in future.
A brolher Bach allowed bia fondnosa for corn
iuicc lo lead hun ns tray ; ho lost his moorings, and
1 ri Heil about discousolatoly until espying a gas
lamp, and thinking it to bo a lighthouse, ho steer?
ed for it, bul atruck on tho breakers, anti could
D.ily got clear by throwing out (5 worth of ballast.
An mislroman, who had talton to Belling flab
by way of a slant, considered that ho waa ruonarob
iff all ho survoyed, and do|>osilcd his scaley load
on tho sidewalk lo tho detriment of both calico
and crinoline, no was ahown tho error of his
ways, charged $1 for thc privilege, and deprived of
his fish as a "mild confiscation."
A warrior, who rosomblcd O rn ELLO in bia swarthy
iittc, b.it in nothiug olao, got hilariously drunk
and yelled so domouaically that ho astonished tho
natives, Thoir (cars wcro not allayed when they
naw that tho doughty hero toted a shooting iron.
Ho was captured after a small controvoray mid de?
livered to tho Provost Marshal, who will teach him
to restrain bia emotions.
IA gentle i na ii from tho Neck took sn antidolo
for tho malaria, which proved tho truth of tho old
story, that tho vomcdy was worse than tho diB
oa9C. Ho collapBod, and was picked up in a lim?
ber ?tale aud carried to No. 212. When called bo
carno ont smiling and called it a lark, but nv ?don t
ly thought himself a gono goose when asked to de?
posit a V.
Uxnr.D STATES COUUT-Hon. OEOBOF. 8. BBYAJJ,
Presiding.-Tho Tetit Jurors answered to thoir
liamos and wcro discharged.
On motion of M. P. O'CONNOR, Esq., PETES
JULES L. VAOJIENE was admitted to all tho rights
of citizenship on taking tho customary oath of
Tho following motion waa mado in tho caso of
tho United Stales os. niuoteon barrels of distilled
spirits found at tho store of MAN HU IE A Co. : a
verdict of guilty on information for forfolturo un?
der tho Internal Hovenuo laws. Tho verdict ren?
dered by tho jury in tho abovo case, July 1G, being
contrary to law and tho ovidonco adduced on trial,
it was ordorcd, on motion of D. T. COBBIN, Esq.,
District Attorney, that said verdict bo sot aaido,
held null and void, and a now trial granted.
THE CBDEB OF THE DAT-a general order for
SOZODONT, In tho teeth of all opposition it has bo
corao thc supremo dcntriUco of tho age.
July 30 laths!)
If you waut cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, Ac.; or, Mn.i.r.us' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want BooltB bound in any stylo, or Account 1
Hooks mado to order, with any desired mit (ern ot
ruling, go to H i HAM ll MIHI.-,, No. G9 Broad titree!,
ALL KINDSOF JOB WORK DONE AT TOE DAILY
Auction Hales Tilla Kuy,
T. M. CATEH will sell this day, at three-quarters past 9
o'clock, ja llrown'n Wharf, hams, shoulders, sidos, but?
ter, A: c.
jKPFonos At Cn will sell this day, at half.past 0
o'clock, io front of their store, No. 30 Yonduo Range,
hams, strips, shoulders, 4c,
li. k A. 1'. CALDWELL will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
beforo their store, hu tte r, Ac.
STENHOUSE At Co. wll! sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at
tho west omi ot Ooaufatn atroot, by ardor of J. P. M.
Erprxo, U. S. Marshal, 1 portable steam engins, and 1
circular saw; also, 1 n front of their storokousn on Acconi .
mentation wharf, 74 b?rrela flour.
Will bo sold thia dsy, at ll o'clock, at No. 6 Southern
Wharf, by order of Jos. P. Low, Ure vet l.teut. Col. and
A. Q. H., horse, carts, and harneas.
ALONZO J. Wunx will sell thia day, at ll o'clock, at Ino
coruer of East Day and Dread almeta, a lot of laud with a
two story building, on the weat aldo of King atroot, be
(wcon I iberly and Ororgo streets.
H. M. MAOSIIALL At lino, will sell Ibis day, at 10 1
o'clock, at tho now Custom House, a lot of light houao
llEHnv Com.? A Co. will sell this day * at 'J,1, o'clock,
lu trout of their store, '20 bhds. baron sides.
Miiunei h SON will soil Ibis day, at 10 o'clock,
at No. Ul Vendue Range, furniture, bedateada, mattresses
try goods, kc.
J. A. ENS LOW At Co. will soil this day, at half-past
10 o'clock, in Iront of their store, molasses, sugar. Atc
LAC-BEY At ALCXANDED will sell (his day, at 10 o'clock,
at their ?lorn, No. 137 East Day, 5 tierces haras.
MCKAY k CAKTITELL will continuo tho sale to-day of I
tho sl/ick of dry goo Ja c* storo corner of King and j
Wentworth streets, com i icing at 10 o'clock.
Depend apon lt Mothers. Airs. Winslow'!
SOOTHlNO SYRUP, for all dlacasca of children, ll a aafo
and sure medicine. It baa stood Iho lest of thirty years,
snd ii, vcr known lo fall. It regulates thc stomach and j
bowels, corrects acidity, and earea wind colic ; produces
uni urn), quiet sh op, by roUoTtog tho child from pain.
Hu sure and call for
"MRS. WINSLOW'S BOOTHTNO SYRUP,"
Having tho fae eimile ol "Conns at PIBXTHS" on tho ont- 1
aldo wrapper. AU others aro baao imitations.
DOWIE dC E1KISK,
No. 151 Meeting s irre I, opposite tho Charleston Hotel.
July 37 Stuth3
For restoring strength and appetite, uso tho great
Southern Tonic, PANKNTH'I HE. ino DITTSBS and TOO
I will not be disappointed. For salo by all drug giste. tu |
Hie Time to Advertise In tbs Country.
TUE PmiNix has a largo circulation throughout Ihr.
middle and upper Districts of tho 8tete. Advertising |
ratea as rcasonablo aa tho stringency of (ha money mar?
ket will warrant Merchante and others wishing to nae |
UK columns of tho papw will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 93 Colombia, S. 0
TirE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WINNSEORO' 8. C., AFFORDS A
profitable medium for tho advertising public al
We rcnpoctfully solicit (heir patron?,;o for oar mutua'
b*Mflt" GAILLARD, D?PORTES AI WILLIAMS.
?8 PUDLISHFJ) WEE!LY AT NEWBERRY a H., AT
S3 per annum, und, haring a largo circuit lion
Uiro^fih all Iho upper and lower Dlatricta of tho State,
affords great advantages to adrorU-era. _
rte les for advert?s! og very roast i*blo-.cr which apiij
toourAgenUMiT?. V. BI.lDEH, 11 (ho Mills lions*,
to our Ageni, aar FC. A at. U. ABKbTKKER,
Norembsr j*e*a?a**l rroprtetota.
Well Worth Rending.
Who ts thcro that docs not desire to bo always
oxcinptcd from Indigestion-to bato a good appetite, a
patulesa stomach, a clear bead, a regular pulse, a
heslihy complexion T If this meets the oyo of any
who aro not tims bloiacd, let them try HOSTETTEll rt
STOMACH BITTERS. Wo guorontco that thia delightful
tonio will resloro any stomach, however weak, to a
healthy comilit?n ; that lt will bring back tho truant
appetite and pire permanent vigor lo tho wholo system.
The feeble and emaciated, suffering from dyspepsia or 1
ImllKcsllou In any form, aro advised, for tho sako of tin ir
own bodily and menial comfort, tn try lt. Ladles of tho
moat del h-ate consUtullou testify to Us harmless and Us
rostoialivo properties. Physicians everywhere, disgust?
ed with tho adulterated liquors of commoree, describo lt
SAFEST AND MOST RELIADLE
of all stomachics. Its effects aro Instantaneous. Il does
uot require weeks of dosing before (ts virtuos aro reallz- [
cd. Tb'iusande alt down to their meale void of appetite,
ealing La van ?e others cai. Thc food thus forced Into tho J
elomach doca positivo barm. Instead of atrongthonlng
thc system lt engenders a variety ta aUuicu ta, which end
in confirmed dyspepsia,
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
taken regularly before meals will provent aU this.
July 37 I
Know thy Destiny.
MAI AUK E. F. TUOUNTON, tho groat EngUaU Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychomornclan, who baa aston?
ished tho adonUOo classes of tho Old World, baa now lo?
cated bursclf at Hudson, E. Y. Mai am o TUOBKTON pcs
rcaaea aueb wondorfnl powers af second night aa to ena?
ble her to Impart knowledge of the greatest ltuporlnnce
te tho alngio or married of either sex. While lu a state
of trance, ano delincalca tho very features of thc person
you aro lo marry, and by tho aid of on Instrument of In?
tense power, known as tho Fay chooa otropc, guarantees lo
produce a Ufo like picture of tho futuro husband or wife
of Ibo applicant, together with dato of marriage, position
lu Ufo, loading uralla of character, &c This ls no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimon?ala can assort. Hbo will
scud, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that tho picture ls what lt purports to bo. By
cucloalng a small lock of bair, and giving placa of birth,
agc, di.?position and complexion,aud enclosing fifty rents
and atnmpcu envelope addressed to younob*, you will re?
ceive tho plein m and desired luformaUnn by return mall,
AU communications sacredly confidential. Address, In
ooufldcuco. Madame E. F. THORNTON. P. O. Box 333,
limbon. N. Y ly March 30
Free to Everybody.
A Large G pp. Circular, giving information of Hie
greatest Importance to tho young of both soxca.
It loaches how tho homely may become beautiful. UH.
drsplscd ros) icc toil, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
address, mid receive a copy poal-paid, by return mall.
Address P. O. Drawer, St,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
ll? oiLiu ni Kr? Soe? ml Military District,!
(No BTU CvhoLlNA AND SOOTH CAROLINA), J
. COLVMDIA. S. O., March Slat, 1807. )
[Or-HEriAL Oino ea No. l.|
L IN COMPLIANCE WITH GENERAL ORDERS NO.
10, Headquarters nf tho Anny, March 11th, 1807, tho un?
dersigned hereby assumes command of tho Second Mili?
tary District constituted by tito Act of Congress, Publie
No. GS, M Mardi, 1B67, entitled "An Act for tho moro
cindent govcnimont of tho rubel Staten."
II. lu tho oxccullon of tho duty of Ibo Commanding
General to maintain tho security of tho Inhabitants In
their persons and property, to suppress Insurrection, dis?
order and violence, and lo punish or causo to bo imo
lshcd all disturbers of tho public peace and criminals,
tho local civil tribunals nil! bo permitted to toko Juris?
diction of and try offenders, excepting only such csscaas
may by the order of tho Commanding G on oral bc refcrcd
to a Commission or oilier military tribunal for trial.
UL Tho civil government now oxlallng In North Caro?
lina and South Carolina ts provisional only, and in all re?
spects subject lo tho paramount authority of tho United
States, at any time to abolish, modify, control or super
codo thc samo. Local laws and mani ol pal regulations
uot inconsistent with the Constitution and law a of tho
Uni,lcd States, or tho proclamatlona of Ibo Preaidont, or
with such regulations aa are or may be proscribed tn tho
orders of the Commanding General, aro hareby declared
to bo in force ; and. In conformity therewith, civil officers
are hereby authorized to continuo tho exorcise of their
proper functions, and will bo respected and obeyed by
IV. Whenever any Ci ni Officer, Magistrale or Court
neglects or refuses to pei form an official oct properly re?
quired of such tribunal or officer, whereby duo and
rightful security lo person or property shall bo denied,
tba case will be reported by tho Post Commander to these
V. Post Commanders will canso to be arrested persons
charged with tho oommlaalon of crimea and offences
when tho dril authoriUos fall to arrest and bring such
offender* to trial, and will bold Uio accused lu custody
for tris! by Military Commission, Provost Court or other
tribunal organized pursuant to orders from these Hoad
quarters. Arrests by military authority will bo reported
promptly. Tho charges preferred will bo accompanied
by ibo evidence aq which they aro founded. *
Vt, The Commanding General, desiring to preserve
tranquility and order by moans and agonclca most conge?
nial to tho people, eollcils thu xealous and cordial co?
opcraUon of civil officers tn tho diaohargo ot their duties,
and tho old of aU good citizens in preventing conduct
tending to disturb tho pcaon; and lo the end that occa?
sion may seldom arlao for Ibo exercise of military au?
thority in matlcni of ordinary civil administra? H en, tho
Commanding General respectfully and earnestly com?
mends lo thc people and suthorillcs of North and South
Carolina unreserved obedience to tho authority now es?
tablished, and the diligent, co naldera le and. i m oort I il
execution of Ibo laws enacted far their government.
VII. All orders heretofore published to tho Dopartnicnl
of tho South ore hereby continued tn force.
Tho following named officers ure announced as tho
staff nf Uio Major General Oommandlng :
Capt, J, W. Cloua, acth U. S. Infantry, Act Asst. AdJL
Gen. and AJdc-do-Camp.
Capt. Alexander Mooro, 38th U. 9. Infantry, Aldo-de.
Bri. Maj. J. IL Myrick, lat Ideal. 3d Art, Aide-de-camp
and Act Jndgo Advocate,
Major James P, Roy, otb U. 8. Infi., AcL Aast. Inspect,
DvL Maj url len eral . O. Tylor, Deputy Quartermaster
Gen, U. S, A., Chief Quartermaster.
BvL Brig. General W. W. Burna, Major and C. S., U.
8. A., Chlof Commissary Of Subsistence.
Bri. Lieut CoL Charlea Page, Sorg. D. a A, Mod. DI.
rector. T>. P" SICKLES,
Major General Commanding,
Official : J. W. CLOUS, Aide do-Camp. Maren 23
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS
Ciiatanooga and Grand Jonction,
THROUGH IN KOUT Y.SIN IC HOURS.
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:45 A.M, AND
7i0d P.M., making close connections at all i saints.
Arriving at Now Orloana at 8 P.M. aud 11:101A.M.
A?-Passengers by train* of tho Georgia Railroad make
close conn act ions with thia route at Allanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OH OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE.
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW AS
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICK HI'S GOOD UNTIL USED.
Can bo obtained at Qeorral Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.,
Georgia Railroad, Augusta. Ga.; South Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, U. C. ; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
S. C. JOHN B. PECK, Maatcr Transportation,
July 13 Siro Western and Atlantic Railroad.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
fTVOR PURIFYING DRINKING WATER, SICK
J? BOOMS, BILGE WATER, CESSPOOLS, DRAINS,
sic., and for nae In ali cases whore a deodorizer or disin?
fectant ls required. Approved by tba Burgeon-Genera),
U. & A., Washington, V C, and for salo in quantities to
suit tho publlo at No. 130 MEETING BTREET.
MCKAY A CAMPBELL,
Auction and Commission Mose hauls.
TIE BHTPPINO AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will for the present bo carried on as usual by tito
undersigned at No. 18 East Bay, ov<r tho store fora *
occupied by CRAIG, TUOMEY ?? CO.
AU persons having individual claims must prosent tho
same, and those lodobted individually will make pay?
ment to JOHN TUOMEY.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
July 31, 1807. _J
JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS AND PEDDLERS WHO
have niado application for LICENSES are hereby
notified to report at (hie office lmm?dlato,y.
W. H. SMITH,
July IA _Clerk of Council,
Ne. 1 LICRNCRB.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL I
July 34, 1807. J
rxi H USE PERSONS WHO MADE APPLICATIONS FOB
J. No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE aio hereby notified to ic
pott at thia offloo with th o tr appUcatloni Immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Joly 25 _ Clerk of Ccmncll
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
IB PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT BUM
TER, a O-, bv O nm EUT t. . .LOWERS, rroprlotor?.
at FOUR DOLLARS per annum, invariably in advance.
Advertisements fuse.ted atuirlal ratos.
Every atrio of Job Printing executed In the neatfsl
? .tri? and greatest tffipeteta. nepternber ab
_ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 1
WILLIAM ll. GIUILAND & M
Boni Estnlo Agonis, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. aa HAYNK .STREET.
WILLIS & GIllSOLS.
FACTORS, COMMISSION UBRC11AKTS,
WlLLAlTEND TO TIIK PURCHASE, SALK AM)
SHU MENT (to Foreign aud Domestic r<iru>)o<
COTTON. HUE. LUMUKU AND NA VAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WU A HF, Charleston. M. C.
E. WILLIS.A. lt. UUI30I.M
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
(NF. AU LIN IS,)
CHARLESTON, S. O
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
and .MACll 1NKUY. Saw Mill., Com Mill.-, Homo
rower?. Verilea! and Horizontal Sugar Milln, Colton
Scud Cruabora, McCarthy Colton Oin., and all Muds ol
I rou and Urana Castings, tu ordor.
C. J. SCIILfifBfiRBLL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
DETWEEN KINO AND KT. PHILIP.
TUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND I1UU.D1NO
J MAT?KIAL, LIME, PA INTO, OILS. GLASSES, Ar.,
con.tautly on baud ai Ibo lowest market un ?<.?.
Juno g_ Uulvr
F O U N I) lt Y
BUILD AND REPAIR
Hiram Engines, Holt, rx,
Kaw and Orbit Mills. Cast?
ing! in Iron and Dress or J
all desert ?ilion B.
Scud orders to
J. M. EASON Ai DEO.,
Nassau and Columbus ats.,
Ctiarlcstou, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOIl. JAMI? BARKLEY.
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
AEE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOn
UKI II and LOW PRESSURE, PORTARLE neil
STATION ERY STEAM ENGINES and HOI LERS, RICK
THRASHERS (from now ) vallon ia, wltli o'! Ibo modern
Improvement*!, STEAM SAW M1LLK, Ac, .'.e.
CASTINES lit IRON AND BRM
Promptly alteudod to with neatness and dispatch.
Ko uni rs to Marino ami other Work,
Shall receive special situation.
FOR HALE-Ono UMiorao po a er 3 l"EAM EEG IMF,
nearly new; several now and sccoud-h nd mm.LitJ, ii
to I'i 11 oreei power.
CONSTA NTL Y IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10,12 mid 20 horst! Power Steiun
?3- All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORE shall rc
cclvo our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll 3mo
WIRTE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF T1II3 CELEBRATED
\s A l l .lil N v 1 PLACE, having gnno lo (treat expense
alnco Ibo hurt season. lu changing tho posltiou of and re
pairing tb? COTTAGES, grading tho Walks aud erecting
now liulldinu.', lonolhor with many other Improvement",
WilloPLU Tl IK SIM! I Ni IS fur tho ree i-pt lon ol visitor. OU
Satui'dav, June 1st, 18G7.
DciiiK situated in tim northwest! rn part of tho Hiato,
In a country remarkable for Ita bcaulty and healthful
ncaa, these, togouTor wi lb thu virtues ol tho Waters, iii.ke
tt ona of tba mast deslrablo WATERING PLACES In Uio
oa un try.
THE MINERAL WATERS
Or TBE sri? Nus aro tho Wblto and 111 no Sulphur, and
Chalybeate, and they possess all tap finest qualities ol
these waters, and aro sovereign remedies for all diseases
of tho LIVER, BOWELS. STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
TUE Sl'ItlKdS are accessible by any of Ibo road, lead?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., and al that point thc Western
North Carolina Railroad will rouvoy visitor* to Hickory
station, at which placo conveyances aro always In attend?
ance to take them tn THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE of tho Medical Collego of Vlrtrlula, wilt tm
at THE SPRINGS Uio entiru 8caaou, and invalids may
rely upon good attention.
Having again secured Ibo services of Mrs. WRENN,
and mado ampio arrangements for keeping a GOOD
TABLE and tho beat Wines, Liquors and Sogar?, and
having ongaged Smith's Band tor ibo Season, wo salely
premiso to all every convenience for pleasure, comfort
?ed amusement that may bo doalrod.
no A un PEB. MOM II.900 Oil
ito \ lt i> PRK WI-;lilt. IM oil
Ito.Mt I> PEU DAY. 3 00
- Vtalldrcn under 7 year* of agc and Ser?
va nt. Half Prier.
J. GOLDEN WYATT to CO.,
May UP_ 'imo
rIP. FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the information of all concerned :
IN nnniNANca TO IIKOUI.ATKTIIK CLKANBIHO or rnivnts
ANO VAULTS IN TUE t'OBIHUATK LIMITS Ol' TUB CITY.
I. Bo lt Ordained by tho Mayor and Aldermen. 'I hat
from and alter the ratirteaUon nf this ordinance, lt .hall
not bo lawful lor any person lo cleanse or remove Um
coulent* or Vaults or Privies within Ibo Umita ol Ibo
city, without having previously obtulnod a Recusa lor tho
same ? all such licenses lo expiro ou tho Hist December
ot every y oar, and bo subject to all requirement* Impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating tho M ranting ot Licenses for
Drays and Carts.
II. That tba lian of Damn* tn opon Caria and Wagons
la prohibited, and partita applying for License will lie re?
quired to provide closed Carts DUI tabla for Ibo purpose.
UL All person, having auch Llcenso shall r.-pint rd
ono of th Guard Houses, during tho day, bia or their In?
tention ti lo auch work during tho ensuing night; In Ibo
Lower Warda such report to bo inado to the Malu Guan!
House, in the Upper Warda to Upper Guard Houao.
IV. Tho place or place, for Ibo deposit of such ofial
?hall be deatrrnatrd from timo to time by Uio Mayor.
V. Every owner or drivor of such Llconsed Cart or
any oUicr person who shall violate any of the provLlonr
of this Ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to observe
Ibo samo, or any of them, abat? forfcltaud pay for each
oifonco a Ono uot lo oxecod twonty-Ovo dollars, to be en
forced by tho Mayorln bia Court, or recovered tu any
other Court of competent Jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council thia seventh day of May, In the
year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred .nd all*
''?Tad' f. 0. OAHXABD,
W. H. BHrrn, Mayor.
Clerk of Council_S mo_May 10
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON,
CITY HALL, November 0,186(1.
ALL PERSONS DES ll IOU S OF REI1U1LDINO IN l'SK
Durn! District* and Wiste Places of tho City, un.
dar "An Act of the Oencral Aaacmbly, giving auUioritj
to the City Council of Charleston to proceed In (ho mat.
ter of a Fire Loan, with a vlow to aid In building np Ihn
City anew," ara hereby noUflcd that th? form of appli?
cation tor loane can be obtained at the office ef tho Clerk
of Connell, between tho boura of 0 A. M. and 3 P. M.
All Application, muat bo?" 'd hr the oborc mentioned
office, as Ibe Committee will meet every Monday to con
alder the aame.
By order of the Mayor W. H. BMITfl,
NovomherlO _Chirk of renarli
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART.
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Chciaw, a C Published weekly, by W. L. T. P1UNCE
Trana or rcmrarrnw ?
Ona copy one year.,.tl oo
One copy ala month..,.;>t j no
One corry three month..I 00
Five copie, ont year.IS 00
BA Tra or A UV-BS-TTST? o t
One Square, ten linea or leas, first Insertion.ll SO
For each subuqeeent Insertion.1 00
AU Advert! attn on ta to be distinctly tnaraa?, or Uley
will be pnblioked until ordered out, and charged accord
^Btorchanta and other? advertising by th? year, 1 ll bo?
ral deduction on tho atxjT? ralea wu I be made,
November ll ?
SEA FO WL -GUANO,
A VALUABLE FERTILIZE",
. FOK BALK DY
RISLEY si CRI?II?IITON,
NOS. 143 AND 145 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Stree!,
(orr-usrrn PAVILION HOTEL;)
Deniers In nil kinds of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS.
HENEHEY'H MCCARTHY OIN.
If. h. EMERY St SON'S SAW GIN AND CON?
DENSER, for Hnml or Homo Power.
BOUTHERM COTl'ON CO.'8 GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'H GIN.
BROWN? DOUBLE CYLINDER OIN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
HE ?EST. MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
HOUSE PO WEB MANUFACTURED.
In Introducing lum UM? Pnsnw loin ihn ma, kel wo
.imM .Into that tho following aro .oma of tim atfvali
?ges |KjMCMcd by Ibo "LITTLE OlANT" over all oilier
lome powers :
1. itu creal strength on account of being double-geared,
rhlcb not only tlonblca tho Htrongtb by dividing thc
train on twice Ibo number of teeth, but by gearing en
.iib Hide.i of tho win . ls lt equalizes tho wear on mo
liaRs, and materially lessens Uic IricUnti. enabling Ibo
orees to do much moro work than with any other
2. Its compactness and oitrcmo portability, it wolghlng
bout one-halt as much aa oUior Horno Voworo. and nerti,
yt ig but one-third tho apace, it can bc pocket! In smsll
oves, thus saving much expenso. It ls so alraplo that
ho most Ignorant person would havo uo difficulty In
utting it togclh-ir.
3. Thu facility wiUi which lt can bo adjusted to any
Ind of machinery st uuy angle, oilticr ou tba ground or
vcr h cul. without moving it (mm Ita foundaUnn, will
K< appreciated by f.rmersainl planters as specially odapt
d for driving Colton Ulns.
mut vt 1. I.. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWING AND REAPING MACHINES.
['lows of nil descriptions, Cast Iron
rr.OW CASTINOS, in overy varioty -, Cultiv?t..rn ;
loree Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Field and (larden Hol?
ers i Fan Milla; Com Mills; Corn SheUors; Corn sud Cob
bushers ; Hay. Straw nail Corn Stalk Cutters ; 1'lan ta?
lon Carts and Wagona ; Canal and Qordou Harrows ;
ingar Mills ; Urludstunca ; Road Scrapers -, Chums :
hovels ; (.padoa ; linkes ; Forks ; Hoes, kc, kc, Car?
il u Seeds, of all Kimi?, warranted pure and Fresh,
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Na 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
CHA ttl.i s l o\, 8. V.
PATENT IMPROVED STEEL BRUSH
Cotton Saw Gins.
TUIE PATENT IS FOR AN IMPROVEMENT nY
J. which great advantages aro trained, both in quantity
nd quality, of tho suplo cleaned.
Thcao celebrated Uiua aro for salo by
NO. 52 EAST BAY,
Solo Agent for Ibo 8tato of South Carolina.
ALSO. FOR SALE,
THE AMERICAN SAW OINK, of all sizes ; and a great
ariuly of Agricultural Implcmonts. tusl'J July 23
WTENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT IRON
."IRST TRESIIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AH CHEAP A TIE. AND THE BERT ONE YET
1 uveti ted. It is tho strongest Tic. standing by test a
urabi of (1000) two thousand IHIUUIIH. Ilia mast cully
..ll usted lie. as lt ls sclf-iastciitiig. Thu most simple,
?equiring only to slip thc biud Into thc huckle, aud tho
I'astlrily of the cottou fastens itself, and it cannot bo?
om o nn fasten od.
For salo, lu Iorgo or small quantities, by
ROSS, 1IOUERTH lt CO.,
Commission Merchants anti Honorai Agents,
No. SO Front street. New York City.
STREET UKO. k CO., Agents,
July 15 Snio Charleston. B. C.
Thcro emin th glad tidings of joy to all,
To young io ni bi old, lu gi eat and to small;
Thc bosuly winch once was so precious and rare.
Is free for ul l, and all muy bo fair.
Jy tile ase of
Far Improving and DcauUfylng the Complexion,
Tba most valuable and perfect preparaUon ut uao, for
riving tho skin a bcauUrul poarbUko tint, that ls only
bund lu rnnih ll .|.?'?i.ir r.......?.? iwi, r.ivsjea, j .u,
,1.-*, 1 notches. Moth Pitches, Hsllownoss. Eruptions,
iud all Impurities of thu akin, kindly bealing Uio same
caving Ibo skin white and clear as alabaster. Ita uro
?annul bo delected by the closest scrutiny, sud being a
,'ccctabto preparation ls porfeclly bannit*", lt ls Uie
inly arUclo or thu kind used by tho Fr?lich, and ls con
ildcrcd by Ibo l"orlsiau as Indispensable lo a lierfect
ellet. UpwsnlB of IIO.OUO botUca wore sold dining Uio
?nat year, a siitilcletit guarantee or Ita sfllcacy. Price
illly 70 ceuta. bent by mall, poei-psid, ou receipt ol un
?.der, by DEROER, 8UUTTH k CO., Chemists.
3S5 lUvcr HI., Troy, N. Y.
March 30. _]yr
TO TAX PAYERS:
rpUB FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISH ED
I for tito liiformalion of all persona concerned ;
IN OBI1INANCK TO SUENO AN Olin IN ANC i: TO OAISE BOF
riJKH foil TUB Y KAU 1S07, ANO rou OTtiKn ruurosts.
I. Ho lt ordained by Uio Mayor and Aldenuou lu City
Donnell sjuwuibled. That all taxes payable under Ibo Or
Uuanco to raise supplies for Um year 1807, sud for other
purpose*, bo palo on or helare tho ?Will day of Juno neil:
ind that ixiraone who shall mako default of paym.nl of
liolr taxes on that doy, shall pay, In addlUou lo tho
imount of their laxes, ono and a half per cont per
.eolith until Hm ill. t day of July, when, li not paid. On
imouut of two per! cent, per month upon tho amount
>r tates shall bo paid ; aud alter tho Slat day of August
three lier cent, per mouth on Uio amount of taxes due
?hall be paid until payment or thc wholo amount ls made.
II. That all persons who neglect or fall to pay their
monthly taxes on or before Uie fifteenth day of each
month, shall respectively pay on tho amounts thereof,
two per csut pur month from such fifteenth day, until
[layment ls made.
Untitled In City Council thu seventh dav of May, in
Uio year ot our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
lu M P. O. OATI.LARD, Mayor.
W. ll. Binni. Clerk of Connell ?mo May ll
ro BXOtnaATE THE STORAOS or PETOOLEOK, ITS rio?
murra. AND OTIIXn INri-AMMAOLB OHA
Seo. 1. Hr ii ordai'nAl by Ult Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Counat attembtcd. That from and after Ibo loth day
of June neil, lt shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Hock Oil, benzine, Benzole, or any other In
Oammablo oil or oils on storage or for salo In any cellar,
store or bulMlrg aoulh of Lino street, !n a largor quan?
tity than ni I (''ru'?ns on any ono lot or promise?, au.l
?ny ?ox\ quamby so kept or stored shall bo contained bi
wwi I? til tl.. u?- . J.or un Lal. .'
hxo. 3. iiy(t PeUolouro, lt? products, or any other tn
[laminai.ie7..11 or olU, vrben brought into Uio rlty by land
or water, may bo kopi on any lot or In any btuldlng hi
which cotton is not stored, for a period not, oxcoedlnJ
Iwonty-four lujura. npon tho oxplraUon of which Um? lt
?liall bo remo voil anti kept lu tho manner as required by
tho forctrolngeecUnn. .... . ,
H ec. i Any person or persons .totaling auy part ot
this Ordinance ahall bo subject to a Ono of two hundred
dollars, for each o Dence, recoverable tn any Court of cone
noloulj jrisdlcUon. .... _... .
llaufled in City Council this twenty-first day of M?y, ka j
Uie year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred anti
^?usT"1' p- ?- QAniABD. Mayor,
ff, p. Burra, Clerk of Council._Jago 6
TUE SUMTER NEWS,
DARU A O ST K r.N, Proprietors.
PDRUBBED KV FRY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER. & C.
BubscripUnn MOO pur annum. To Ciaba of foul
ts.00 per annum,
Advertisements Insetted on liberal terms,
I'X IT Kl? STATES MAR>IIAIa*fl SAMS.
Foreclosure of Mortgage by consent of jmrties,
Htchard T. Morrison, Sr., m. lt. ti. iittdgtns,
James I.. Otcms, and ll. C. Ilmlgins.
STE.MinrsE .V CU,, Auctioneers.
Uv virtue of tu ordt r of Milo lo mo directed lu tho ibove
canu, I will oxpoao for salo st public miction, at tho ex?
tremo went i ml, Miuth "hil' ol Ucaiifalu street, lu tlio
City ol Cliarlcsbiu, THIS DAV, Ibo 3Ulh of July, 1HC7,
nt lOo'eloek A. M..
I POHTAHL r. BTE A M ENOIN E. V, homo power, all
completo Mil lu good running order.
1 CIHCULAH HAW complete, attached.
J. P. if. EPPING, ll. H. Manili.il.
ComllUiuiH coull._ July M
, Andina Sate.
ST1CMIOUSE cfc CO.. ,\ ul'cnrrn,
Will bo aold, In front of our Storelicinun, tm Acrnuitno
dation Wharf. Tills DAY, at ll o'clock for ecu mit
of whom lt may concern,
7? bbl?. ELOUll. damaged.
Tenn? cosh._July JD
n?A?.B OK GOVERNMENT PICOPEllT Y. ~
Will bo sold at public auction TI1IH DAY, Jo y :?),
1HT.7, al ll o'clock A. M., a tho lillico ol the Uudcrnign
cd. No. fi Southern Wharf, Charlo ? lon, H. C.,
1 (?nc) HOUSE.
3 i ihn c) Cart?,
n (three) eeta Cart Harness.
Terma-Cash In Government FuudM. Proprrty to bo
removed immediately niter Kale. JAH. P. LOW,
July no llrovet 1,1. Col. and A. Q. M,
HY ll. * A. P. IMLUWBMi.
THIS DAY', Uio 30th Ina!., will Ito fold beforo our Blore,
ot 10 o'clock,
30 kcgaOOSUEN UDT1EII, Just lauded.
B. C. STRIPS
Kcgn ami tuba Eitra Lard.
Coiiditu.ua caab._July 33
Positive salo Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Hatter and
IIY Ta M. CATEK.
IYIU bo sold THIS DAY. ou Uruvvu'H Wharf, at threo
nuartorH past 9 o'clock,
12 TIEHCES CHOICE HUGAH-CUIIKO HAMS
anding from etcamcr "soudor.
4 hilda. SfdCH.
117 firkins aud lube Slato Butter.
IO boxes Ooahcu Checac.
CoudlttouB cash._July 30
Molasses and Sugar.
IIY af. A. ENSUIT.?/ ?i CO.
ril IS DAY, 30th Inst, al lialf-past 10 o'clock, will bo sold
lu Ironl of our ?lore,
10 Uercce lair OIt0tJK.ltY SUGAR
3 hhdii. Molasses, lo close consignment.
_10 half bbls. ULUE FISH._July 30
Hams, on Account of ail (.'onccrncd.
DY I.AUHKY .v VI.I ,v wm II
[ ll 1H DAY, tho 30Ui Inst, wiU bo sold In our Blore, No.
137 Eaat Day, at 10 o'clock, ou account of all con?
6 TIEHCES HAMS.
Conditions cash._July 30
I House and Lot on the. ncrlh stile of Jlurim'
JMHC, near Meeting stree!, knoton as Jfo. -, at
No. 147 Uro ci il street.
iVill poalUvely bo sold on TUESDAY, thc Oth of August,
on tho north steps or tho Exchange, at lt o'clock.
AU that LOT OF LAND, wlUi tho UulldliigH thereon,
ituato on Durna' Laue, al first Isiupo.t from Meeting
trect, 20 l.ot frout by B7},' feet, moro or leas;
"inn.led on tho uorth by lands now or formerly of Geo.
Itmmncycr; east ou lands now or formorly of Mary Kcl
cr; weet on lauda now or formerly of Mar)" Keb or.
Terms-One-half caab; balanco in one year; secured by
lond end mortgage oe usual. Purchaser to pay us for
tapers aud stamps. July 30
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC^
To ?I A IT ..U & ll LI i mri:, :
H'arretttott, /'.i., st fri! t?, iSf.7.
. . tMajor John Scott, who lind heat associated
with me for sume tittie ?eforc th* tittie ff the ?ur, /, j
/Vin/, with tay aff?roc\\tion atut iousent, whit h u\ts
cheerfully rivett, to write t% memoir of mr command
/ filaerdat his dismal all of my ifis/att het. eon es Am?l?
eme, and other tnilitory meinor.mdo. Ile ap^ttea him?
self with great Zt-at and diligence to the I ri*, haft* ' ali
the time thc co^/etut/itn *y thc officers and men .y
t om m. i nd,
PARTISAN LIFE WITH 1Y?0337.
Itv MAJOR JOHN SCOTT,
Of Fauquler, Va., late C.S.A.
Wllb Portraits of Colonel Mosby, thc Field Oflloo.-*,
and Ctiptniua of thc Unttnllnii, n Map of " Mosby V
Confederacy," aud neme rote spirited llllMtrulliKIS.
In one Vol., Sro, Cloth, neveled, tf3 CO.
ThlB work hos ticen prepared by thc express f.iuc
t ii m of Colonel Mosby, mid lins thc |>:il munge mid co?
operation of thc partisan chief, lils < iib er-, nod men.
ItnfTorda a complete history of thc nellie veulent* of
Mosby and lils men, relating; In ii graphic ?uni -pw ?ted
style thc numerous adventure.', incidents, parapet,
surprises, mishaps, mid successes of Hie humen Bat?
talion. Hundred* nf niicrtlolcs ore Interspersed
through Its pagna, while nearly llfly engravings and
portraits Illustrate and beautify thc volume.
SOLD ONLY DY SUDS' lIPTION.
AGENTS WANTED IN ALL PARTS GP THE
COUNTRY TO CANVASS Ko H THE WORK. Lib?
eral arrangements made, ami exclusive territory al?
HARPER i BROTHERS, NtTf \"ork.
July 39 S
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
M E W STATE R 8, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. B!?T KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
Tho LATEST ISSUES of tho Prese always on band.
Subscriptions received and Goods di livered or for
warded by Mail or Express.
AU CASU OnDERS will bo promptly attendod to.
HI li BEST TONIO NOW IN USU!
Oh I aha was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose, curling tendrils, suit entwined,
Enchained the very heart end mind,
For Curling tho Hair of either Box into Wavy
and Olossy Ringlets or Heavy Massiro
BY l?aii?aoJ.HJiA?TI0?5jyiD.? lAF.P..QS?T?'.??:
lt ls the only artlclo lu Um world that will cur) straight
hair, and at tho samo limo give it a beautiful, glossy ap
iwnirance. Tito Crisper Coma not only curls tho hair, lint
Invigorates, 1 wau titles and clrauaes it; ls highly and de.
Ugh tinily poriumcd, and is Ute most complote, article nt
Ul s kind ever ottered lo Ibo Ami rican public. Tho
Crisper Coma will bo sent lo any address, scated and
postpaid for tl.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 Weat Feyotlo street, Syr-cute. N. Y.
March 30 lyr
ro prto vms ron THE LIQUIDATION or THE IKTEIULST ON
THE DEBT Off TUE OTTT WHICH ACCBUKD 30TU HAT OF
?le il ortlainrd by Ike Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council attmbled. That for Uio purpose of lirpiiiUtinu
Ibo Internst on tho public debt of tho city, which accrued
on Um 30th day ol Juno tut. Six Per Cent. Btock, obliga?
tory on tho Corporation or tho city of C harli ?ton, shall
bo Issuod, under the direction of Uie Mayor, to the per?
sons holding Stocks or Six Pur Cent. Bonds of tho city,
and on tilled lo receive Ibo interest accrued thereon at
tho tima abovo stated, the said Stock to bear inleroht
after the rate of rix percent per annum, payablo quar?
te r hi, redeemable in thirty years from dato : J'rot ulai,
that no part of said stock shall bo Issued for
soy sum less than twenty doutta, or for any
fractional part of a dollar, I'rovided, alto,
that all rama for losa than twenty dollars and lor frac?
tional parts of a dollar shall bo paid In elly bills. And,
provided further, that any person bona Jute holding
Stocks or Six Per Cent. Bonds on said 30lh day of June,
upon which Interest has accrued, shall have the prirllcgo
until the lat day of September next OfdtacounUi g such
Interest, or any part thereof, against taxes duo by him to
the city on said 90th of Juno, and may rooelro any bal?
anco In his favor In city bills or new stock, according to
tho amount thereof, In manner aforesaid.
BEOTION 2. That tho form of certificates and modo of
transfer o' -said stock shall be subject to tho same
rrgulaUons aa,now exist In relation to other Six Per
Cent Stocka of tho etty.
Ratified In City Connell this tenth day of July, In the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
ft. a.! P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. II. Kurru, Clerk of Council.
Joly 15_ Imo
OFFICE CLERK OP COIIN0U?-THE FOLLOWING
clauao of Bee Hon I of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup
pUes for tho yo ir 1807," ls published for Ibo Information
of persona selling Gooda by sample or otherwise, who arr
not nail Jonis of thia eily, AU such pernuna aro hereby
notified to report at Hits otTlco.
"Three dollars on every hundred dol?an of all gooda
sold lo this elly t Tons not residents, hy aamplo or
othnrwtae." W. H. SMITH,
MarcbB_ Clerk of Council
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVEftTIHTNO MED HTM. LET
Merchants and business mon try lt for a few months.
"No riah no gain." Send on your cards and Increase
your trade Inls falb There's nothing to eqnal Printer's
Ink-it has made many a fortune.
Turms for Uio pajier-$J MK annum, in aJranro.
?. averttstmcnta inserted af tho rate of ll por arjuaro ol
twelvo lines or less for each insertion.
Cards of ten Unes or lesa, at tho rato of $10 for throe
Contract* by the year or for ?Ix months, allowing prlv
11620 of changing on moro favorabla terras. Address
?ago ? us EDWARD A. BRONSON.
November ti FoblnuVt and ?rroprlutor,
hH'jibU' Honors* Sftni'l in Kimi street.
t.?V ALONZO J. WHITE.
VA."*"' S'1" .?""".?? "io ronirr uf East Dey and
Brood Htrii'iM. uppoidd thc old Custom House, will bo
DOllI, St ll D'CWef,
All Hist LOT OP LAND. ?rilli n two ?lory Wooden
House, sit?alo nu tim went sido of King street, bitwivii
Liberty anil (Jcontt- Street?. IM .,imlm iwonty-uvn
fi-ol front, by ono hundred mut UKI lier]), iwenlynnc |be|
vrlitth on bruk Hue, mure or lim. '| h? properly lian been
long li?<-d as a Bakery Mill Coiif rllmn.ry stand) oil Ibu
pr-mli.es isa l<akcr'H Oven. Latterly ?aid pun?mes KITO
occupied s H s I >r j floods .Slur.'.
t'miilillolls-Olic-tlilnl rash; balstsca In oin- mid two
vc ai i, with lui. 11 M fruin ilay ol nate, (hiyablii annl-annu
olly, KC cored by bond and uinrlgagi' ni pn>p. rl>, build
iusC lu be kept in -ur? il Hud |Hitli*y assigned. 1'iirrlisHcr
In (ray fur tllli'N nud oilier rupilnlio paper? nuil stamin, rc.
ipilrvd ?ii the saine._ July ;u>
HV IC. M. Al A US I IA I,I? & IIIIO.
Will bc willi si liddle Aiiellnu, at tho now Cilntuhi HOUHC,
THIS DAY, July Holli, al lu n'etork A. KI.,
Tin-following l.t?irr HOUSE PROPERTY :
A Hvlinoncr'ri full Hit nf SAILS
ti MHIIIKSIIH lind 1 Jib nf a torean daller
I Metallic Ufc-Hoat and Mast. 1 Mast IC feet
I Stove, Int ofnld llopp. Buoy Chai IIB, amt (.'imper.
Hy order of Hie Light House Hoard.
A. K. IIUOHEH,
I luhl Hoime IusiH-ctor (?tb Dtstrirt.
Terms of Kile cash on deliver}'. July ?io
Hanni, on aeeomd of nil eMukrimL
u . ,,Y WssWUV C'OltIA ? to,
HHS DAY, al hair-pant 1> oVlnc'i, iii inuit ol our More.
?Ill lui Hold,
ll Mi.l.. t.'LEAIt Hilt MIHCS
s hlids. Hill KIDI'S.
Hula for account ul all luueeruo I.
Coiiilitliim cann. .;uly jj,
/Jams, S'rhw, Htiotditera, .tc.
JEl.'h'OltDS ?t (O.
Will Bell THIS DAY. In front or their Store. No. :W Vou
due Bange, ut Vii o'cloo...
.M boxe? email Sugar ('und Sirius
10 boxt? Dry Dillies. In sall
?I boles Clear Necks. In salt
loo boxes IIcrriiiKH
7.1 bbts. Flour
_"*) tubs Lard. July H
It?' BIHSIJIO?N & HON,
IVO. !i'-t Vi mlur ll iv nu e.
Will Bell THIS DAY. at IO o'clock,
BUREAUS. WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS, ai.ttrcs'es,
WosliHlaudH, Bookcase. Cliairs, Hocker, Tables, Meat
Safes, (Viking Stove, andsuiidric*.
ricers PRINTS. STRIPES, lied Tick, tlrown Houie
ijiiin, Check*, ladles' While Uimp, Wliltu and Brown
linir Hon-, It.ilM. Huit milhun, Scissors, Comb*, l'iiiu,
?iliiies^Clotiilig?. A-c, Ac. July 30
?J. H. ?IA KS 11,VI.'H SALE.
Ara!han 7A.mansk>i os. JCjisdn ? Xrmaimki.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
rt'lll com hmo tn sell THIS DAY (Tuesday), ot 10 o'clock,
by order of tho U. S. Marshal, at tho sloru southeast
curlier of King mid Wentworth, streets,
rUK REMAINDER OF TUB STOCK Ol' DHY GOODS,
H 1 our. FIXTURES, Ac.
Terms-Sums under SUBO, cos'i ; nbovo ?560. noto ot
?o days, wlih fupproved endorsers; nud all mun- over
MOB, noto st Vi) dayB, with approved endorsers.
Hones, F^trnttttre, AVio Jiinsscls Carpel, ?St?.' of
J'laljorni Scales, Stoves, ?tc.
DI' lt. SI. MAIISIIALL cv. into.
rO-.MOItltOW, at 10 o'clock, et No. SJ L'roid slroci,
Ao'tionrcr nuil Comm! salon rllerrlin.nl. it I
.Vi. HU icing street, lu low Ilrnnil ?in ri.
Offur? Ills services for the site of MERCHANDISE al
lay aili night at lils store, also for Die saluai, Hock,
liomin, lt. al Estate, V?asela, Hemel amt l'nxlui e. lient
:ity refero ces will bo gi ven. Consignment!! solicited.
I'emin mudera! o and guaran I ceo aatisfacllou.
July I linn
~ M ISC EU ANEO US,""
NOTICE TO BUTCHERS.
rjnilK UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOIl SALE AT . LOW
J. liriec, il itci ii or twenty head FAT CATTLE.
Apply to O. McD. UTOLL,
July TJ 3 Florence, tf. C.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ESOINEI lt, 1
CITY HALL, CIIAUI.KKTUN, July 1-67. I
SEALED ESTIMATES FOK THE IIEl'AIHs o '
Tradd street causeway will bu rccclvod unlil the 1st
? ni 11 ino. mid are to ba directed to tho COM Ul": i- h UN
iTHEETS, and tu bo lett nt this Olllce, wbera p'.n-u and
pccillcatlous can bc seen. LOUIS J. DAUHOl',
July .Xi_City ClvU Engineer.
STE A.M OAS FITTER AND FLUMBEIt,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS F1XU itEs, GAH
FITTINO AND PLUMBING PROMPXLi AT
IENDED TO. No. 110 RINO Sl'ltKLl,
Auitust 31 Ri I ween liro.nl tm \ jucn .tniln.
FUN FOR ALLI
IjtDLL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON.
. male or fanialc, eau inasUr thc creal art of Yea
trllo<iulsni by a fuw boum' iiractlcn, niakiiiK a world ol
Tull, nud aller becoming nsjicrtH tliuinsolvcs, eau leach
?thors, thereby uiukluu lt a auurco or inromc. Full in
atructinus soul by mail l'or SO couts. SalUfocUou RUar
AddroHS P. 0. Drawer QI, Troy, N. Y.
ELDER & BROWN,
Afc MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT
EES of the celebrated COMDIN ATKIN
MlwyVy^rtnani.v. AND UAUY TENDER, Pro
*^J8ntSc* j?? uolling Horses, and all kinda ' of Bocli
J, - mu Horses, Invalid Olialra, with doublo
r ^sr?r. ^ ?nd aluRle wheals, from tis "to SIS;
Children's Carriages. Fsncy and Varnished Wasons,
Fancy Sal les, Invalid Carriages, made to ords?. Em cy
Propeller aid Baby Bock ere, tic, Arc, life-size Horaea,
niado toe '1er.
Depot, io. 53S BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 119,
460, 451 S d 413 WEST STREET, New York.
Ootnbei 20 Ihatnlrr
FOR THE MILLION I !
XWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the moat celebrated Acton for 60 cents; 50 Actresses
lot 60 c. nm ; 60 Union aencraln for 60 cents; 60 Rebel
( ic liomin for 60 conta; SO Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 beau?
tiful youug Ladies for 60 conto; GO flue-loakloi( young
Orntlciucu fbr 60 conto; fi largo l'hotugrapha of Froucli
Dancing Girls, in costume, bcnuUfully colored, exactly aa
they aplicar, for 60 rcuto; or for SO rent?, tl ol tho luis?t
beautiful Ladies of tho Parisian Ballot Troupe, aa they
appear in tho play of Ibo li lack Crook, at Nlblo'a Marden,
Bond all orders to P. O. Box 177, Tr "y, N. Y. -
OLD WAllSIIED DRU? SW
li. II. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PIIIIV 4i DOHM
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Tliii'd doo?.* above Market
TT AVE LAT BLT RECEIVED LAR0K ADDITIONS TO
JTl ilinir usual stock of puro and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
TOILET' POWDER j
Comprising invoices from the moat roputablo manu?
facturera. On band, all tho prinrlpal
Including Pr?parations of AYER. JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, 4c. ?lao, a
largo assortment of
METAL AND GUTTA rKROHA OOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCniPTION.
Oroat attention ia paid to Uie importation and selec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and nono other aro allowed to go out of the Establish?
wi Mi accuracy, and tho public can
depend on tho utmost rolittbiltiy in
the execution of ordere.
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, IB
publlshod al Marion, B. C. In the central portion
of the country, and ofTera a favorablo medium to Mer?
chant- Dnifc'glst*, Machinist*, and all clamos who desire
lo extend their bualuess In tba Too Doe country.
For tho benefit of our ndvcrUsIng patron?. w? abalt. In
addition to oin-subscription Hst, wblch ls constant.v in?
creasing, publish and distribute gratultoualy 0000 extra
coplea of tho STAR, during Ibe bualnoaa season this
nates of Advertising hbo ral.
W. 1. MoHERALL.
November 30_Editor and Proprietor
~~TJIE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangebnrg, 8. O. Terms (3 per annum. In ad?
During the spring and fall acaaons extra coplea of the
OBAXOKDOIU) News will bo circulated for the benefit of
our advertising patron*.
Contract Advertisemonto Inserted on the mest liberal
terms. Address SAMUEL DIDDLE,
Editor Orangoburg News.
February 39 Orangeburg, H j