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^SVJ^NESDAY MORNING, JULY 3;., 1867.
JOB WORK.-"Wo havo now completed our offico
so aa to oxecrito, in tho shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wo, most ro
spoctfully ask tho patronage of oar friends.
Post Office Notice.
TOST OFFICE, >
CHARLESTON, S. C., July 6,1867. j
After to-day tho mails for Northeastern Railroad
will close at 8 o'clock A.M., and to-day and after?
wards they aro expected to reach tho Railroad
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to bo ready for
delivery at this offico at 8:30 o'clock P.M., except
on Sunday, when tho hour will bc from G P.M. to 7
P. M., nil til further notice.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
POSTO Fri CE NOTICE.- An evening mail for Augus?
ta and Savannah, and for distribution beyond thoso
offices, will close daily at tho Poetoffico at half-past
THE CHARLESTON SA VINOS INSTITUTION.-WO
direct attention to a call for a mcoting of tho de?
positors in this institution, to bo found in tho ad?
vertising columns of this morning's NEWS.
THE CENTRAL NEWS DEPOT, No. 108 Market
street, late Mr. C. F. VOOLEBS, is now presided
over by our young friond, Mr. A. F. MELCHEBS,
who is in daily rocoipt of all tho latost Northern
papers, magazines, otc. Wo aro indebted to him
for late copies of the New York Citizen, one of the
most readable of tho weeklies ; tho Irish Bepub'.ic,
a Fenian organ ; and Every Saturday, a weekly re?
pertory, somewhat after tho plan of Little's Living
Age, so well known hero before the war. Mr.
MBLMDBM is the agent also for a largo number of
German papers and magazines, published in Amer?
ica and in Germany.
WE HAVE RECEIVED, in pamphlet form, from the
Chronicle and Sentinel offico, Augusta, Ga., "Notes
on the Situation," as published originally in that
paper, by B. H. lin L. "Singlo copios fifteen cents;
to the trade ton cents." We have spoken of theso
"Notes" before, and shall have occasion to do so
again ; especially as they aro now put into tract
form, and to be Bent broadcast over the land. We
believe them in a large measure falso as to their
facts, wrong in rootive, and mischievous in pur?
pose ; and wo hold that wheresoever tho poison
penetrates, it is our duty to endeavor at least to
follow it with such antidote as is at our command.
AN EXODUS.-We understand that eleven crimi?
nals, under tho charge of the Sheriff and Con?
stables, will leave the city this morning for
Columbia. They aro old jail birds, but have had
their wings clipped, and will nsw bo put in tho
penitentiary cage, where their time will not bo
spent in idleness. This batch is only a small in?
stallment ; others will soon follow, until tho jail is
relieved of its present overcrowded population.
The labor of these criminals will materially ass is t j
in building the Penitentiary, and we trust that in
a short time it will be so far completed that there
will be no difficulty in sending prisoners immedi?
ately to their future hornes.
REAL ESTATE SALE.-Mr. ALONZO J. WHITE ?old
yesterday, at the old Custom Houso, that lot of
land, with a two story wooden house, situate o a
the west side of King street, between Liberty and
George streets. The lot measures twenty-five foot
front, by one hundred and ten deep, twenty-one
feet width on back line, more or less. This prop?
erty ?had been long used as a bakery and Confec?
tionery ^stand ; on the premises is a baker's oven.
Latterly said promises were occupied os a dry
goods store-for $4360. Conditions: one-third
cash ; balance in one and two years, with interest
from day of salo, payable semi-annually, secured
by bond and mortgage of property, building to be
kept insured and policy assigned. .
STRUCK BT LJOHTNTNQ.-This caption may mis?
lead some of our readers, and they might suppose
that, UKO a city contemporary, we wore speaking
of An accident in Walrussia (or Canaan), but we
ate not accustomed to joke on such serious sub?
jects. The storm which passed over our city on
Monday was accompanied by fierce thunder and
lightning, the flashes being very brillant, and
following each other with an unusual rapidity.
During the storm, Mr. C. F. STKLNMK?EB, of this
city, waa engaged in repairing his pleasure boat,
at bia residence in Gadsden street, and did not
heed the hghtning until a sudden stroko pros?
trated him, throwing his plane with which he was
working to some distance. Fortunately Mr. S. was
near his house, and assistanoo being rendered he
was soon restored to consciousness. No injury
was inflicted beyond a bad scare, cut it has estab?
lished as a fact the truth of the old adage:
"Ala*, how many pei ;'s do environ
AU those who meddle with cold iron."
DEPOSITION or A MAGISTRATE.-Thc following
order was issued yesterday:
HBADQES SECOND MJUTAB? DISTRICT, I
GHABZwroir, 8. C., July 30, 1867.}
SPECIAL OBDEBB, No. lia.]
* . . . . *
YTTL-J. T. Zealey, a magistrado of Columbia,
. Richland District, South Carolina, is dismissed
from office for releasing on insufficient bail, with?
out due regard to the public peace or tho gravity
of the offenoe committed, Charles C. Radcliffe and
Owen Dailey, charged before him with assaulting
and beating J. Q. Thompson, of New York, jor
nalist, and W. J. Armstrong, of Washington, then
present at the capital of South Carol na, the for?
mer as ac ?red i ted repreeentive of the press, and
the latter an envoy of a national poe tical organiza?
The Commanding Officer. Military Post of Colum?
bia is charged with the execution of this order.
* ? . * . *
By command of Major-General D. E. SICKLES.
J. W. CLOUS,
Capt. 38th U. S. Infantry,
A. D. C. and A. A. A. G.
OFFICIAL: J. W. CLOUS,
Capt 38th Infantry,
A. D. C. and A. *. A. G.
A PBOBABILITT or A THEA TEE.-Tho theatre
question has long been mooted, and the feeling is
now general that it is a want that should be at
once supplied. There are few cities of tho size of
Charleston, and possessing tho samo moni od re?
sources, that would consent to remain for so many
years without some building that could accommo?
date either a full troupe or a largo audience. At
present, the Hibernian Hall is the only budding in
the city that can be used for any public entertain?
ment, and it is entirely too contracted to allow the
necessary paraphernalia to bo used, or, if tho ac?
tors are popular, to seat the numbers who attend.
An instance of this sort occurred a few months
ago, when a trcupo of actors who had been perform?
ing with great success before crowded ho usos in
Augusta, Savannah, and other cities, sont an
agent to Charleston to seo what arrangements
could be made. The Hibernian was tho only place,
and it was impossible to transform it into even tho
appearance of a theatre,, and the trip was aban?
There are some persons who argue first against
the morality of theatres, and again that tho
travelling troupes collect the money from an already
impoverished city, and toko it away without leav?
ing an equivalent. Both of these objections can
be met and refuted. In tho first place, it is im?
possible to establish a standard of morality that
would satisfy all; and secondly, if a theatre
of sufficient sizo is built, it would soon be occu?
pied-not by travelling artists, but by regular
employed stock companies, who would collect and
disseminate money in tho placo whero they wero
engaged. All who remember tho Charleston of
former days know that th? theatre was extensively
patronized by tho merchants who bought their
goods at this market, and whoso scruples on thc
point of morality, if thoy evor had any, were loft
Knowing these facts, and also that few porsons
like to visit a city merely for tho purposo of buy?
ing gooda, and then to leavo without seeing "tl?o
elephant," it is strange that moro interest has not
been taken in the subject by our citizens, and
efforts made to form a stock company, and cither
rebuUd tho old theatre or alter somo building suit?
able for this purposo. An enterprise ot this sort
would do moro good than hundreds of circulara or
scores of drummers, for it would sh ,w that wo
were an energetic pooplo, and wcro not disposed
to bo either "unco', good," or rigidly righteous,
Dut were convincod that all work and no play was
neither palatable nor profitable.
The Hibernian Society have been making somo
efforts to this end, and dosign having their hall
enlarged by extending it several fcot in tho rear
and making other alterations that will allow space
for a stage and all necessary scenery. Tho pro?
ject ia yet meroly in embryo, but wc trust that tho
Society will seo tho advantages that will accrue
from the chango, and will hasten tho good work.
There is no timo to bo lost; for tho summer is
nearly over, and tho fall trado will sooki open. Ope?
rations should bo commenced at onco; and the
first stone laid toward rebuilding the Old Theatre,
or the first alteration in tho Hibernian Ha*>, will
be the dawning of a now era that will soon restore
Charleston to ber former prosperous condition.
FiBE-A? alarm of firo was soundod by the
8tcopleruan at 8t, Michaol's about 3J A. M. yester?
day. The police and a few persone in tho neigh?
borhood were boon aroused, and found smoke issu?
ing from tho door-way of No. 91 Broad street, ono
door from King, tho property of Mrs. T. W.
MORDECAI. A fow buckets of wator soon extin?
guished tho fiamos, but tho cngiuos were prompt?
ly ou tho ground, although tho JEtna was tho
only ono that played oft Tho firo was clearly tho
work of an incendiary, as tho combustibles woro
placod nuder tho stairs of tho piazza. Fortunate?
ly, there was no damage done beyond tho burning
of threo or four stops, as tho attempt was dis?
covered before tho fl ?mes had mado any headway.
HON. EDWABD GLNDEBON PALMER.-From the
Winnsboro' News, of yesterday, we learn the fol?
lowing lacta relative to tho late Mr. PALMES,
whoso dcalh has already boon announced. Ho was
born in St. Stephens' Parish in August 1800;
graduatod in South Carolina College. In Decem?
ber, 1822, ho married Miss DAVIS, a daughter of
Dr. JAMES DAVIS, of Columbia. Soon after ho
moved to Fairfield, which ho represented in the
Nullification Convention in 1832. This was tho be?
ginning of his public lifo. His lifo sinco then has
boon so idontificdwith tho interests of his adopted
district and his State, that it is not necessary to
go into the details of it boro. Ho was tho first
President of tho Charlotte and South Railroad
Company, which position ho filled for about niuo
yoars with a fidelity and energy much to tho suc?
cess and prosperity of tho road. And it was only
at his own rcquost that he was relieved from that
Having an ample fortuno before it was destroyed
in the common ruin that befell our District by
?Su EH M AN's raid, it was in tho more private walks
of lifo that tho character of Col. PALMES was de?
veloped. Ho dispensed charity without stint. To
him, moro than any ono else, is awarded the chief
credit for building up tho Episcopal Church in this
placo, as well as tho ono at Ridgeway (of which he
was a member), nis sufferings were not pro?
tracted, as ho, though complaining for several
days, was confined to bed but two days. He died
on Saturday morning last.
DisTSiOT CO?BT_Hon. GEO. 8. BBYAN presid?
ing.-It having been reported by tho Clork of tho
Court and tho U. S. Marshal, that it is impossible
to obtain tho return of tho Tax Collector before
tho close of tho prosout term of tho Court : on
motion of D. T. COBBIN, District Attorney, it was
ordered that tho Clerk and Marshal make np tho
jury list from the returns of tho Tax Collector ot
St. Philip's and St. Michael's Parishes, in accord?
ance with tho order of the Court of June 28,1867.
On motion of D. T. COBBIN, Esq., it was ordorcd
that all recognizances which 'havo not beon speci?
ally discharged, bo continued over to the next
Tho United States rs. EDWD. A FOWLES-Pur?
chasing soldiers' uniforms. On motion ol D. T.
COBBIN, Esq., it was ordered that tho above onti
tlod cause, ponding in tho District Court for the
Eastern District of South Carolina, bo removed
for trial to tho next term of tho District Court for
tho Western District of South Carolina.
On application of Dr. A. G. MACKEY, a copyright
was issued for "Criptic Masonry," a Manual of the
Council, or Monitorial Instruction in the degrees
of Royal and Select Master, with aa additional
section on tho Super Excellent Masters' Degroo,
by ALBEST G. MACKEY, M. D., author of other Ma?
UNITED STATES COURT-IN ADMTBALTY-Hon.
GEO. S. BBYAN, presiding.-In this Court, yester?
day, Judge BBYAN mado the following decree :
Steamer Lulu ads. D. Straus & Brothers-Libel
for damage to goods.
The claim iu tb is case is for damage to shipment
of goods in the amount of $133.03.
Tho damage is admitted, but tho plea is mado
that thc ship is not responsible because of tho
limitation of her liability by the bill of lading,
which restricts her undertaking to tho delivery of
tho boxes in which tho goods wore contained to
the "apparent good older" in which they wore re?
ceived by her.
T;io boxes wore recoivod in tho "apparent good
order" in which thoy wore shippoil-but upon
opening them ono was found to contain goods wet
and (lamagcd. Tho apparent was not tho real
condition. Can tho delivery of tho boxes in tho
apparent good condition in which they wore re?
ceived bo considered a fulfillment of the responsi?
bilities of tho common can ?er, whon it et n bo
proved that tho goods themselves were delivered
to tho ship in perfect good order ? This would bo
to permit tho ship to escape from tho wholo sub?
stance of her obligation. Ail that tho ship can in
justice do nand is that thc shipper shall be com?
pelled to provo that tho goods wore shipped, in
point of fact, in good order. To establish that
fact beyond doubt, and to shut out tho possibility
that tho injury to the goods happened while in thc
possession of tho shippers.
When this fact is established, and tho ship can?
not bhow that tho damage occurred from tho perils
of the sea, as in the case of "Clark el al vs. Barn?
well et al." (12 Howard), where "tho damago was
occasioned by the effect of tho humidity and
dampness of tho vessel, which is one of the dan?
gera of navigation," the legal conoluslon is inevi?
table that tho damage resulted from hernogli
gor co-and from this there is no escape for tho
ship. She cannot be relieved by any contract > rom
the consequences of her own act. (Wallace Re?
ports, 2 vol., York Company vs. Contral Rai'road. )
lu this case it has boon proved to tho entire sat?
isfaction of the Court that tho goods woro packed
and shipped in perfect good order. There* is no
lack in tho choice of evidence wanting. And tho
testimony raises not a suspicion of want of good
faith. Thora was nothing m themselves, nor in
the;r relation to tho case, to raiso tho presumption
of fraud on the part of tho witnesses.
It is unquestionable that tho goods left tho store
of tho shipper in good ordor, and wore taken to tho
ship in a bright sunshiny day, and by tho acknow?
ledgment of tho porter of tho ship-wore received
(tho boxes) in apparent good ordor. They wera
not exposed in going to the wharf, nor at tho
And throwing out all tho testimony which goes
to establish tho fact, that tho wetting of tho gooda
was occasioned by Bait water, it is not possible that
the injury could nave occurred from wetting from
tho ship to tho store of tho owners of the goods
for it is in testimony that a portion of thom which
had been wet had become dry; and there was no
time for tho drying process to havo takon place if
the goods had become wet from the ship to the
Upon tho most critical examination and weigh?
ing of the evidence, and with the advantage of ar
gui.icnt, most able and exhaustivo, by tho counsol
for the lib?rants, Mr. Aschor Cohen, and Mr.
Henry Seabrook for the respondents, I am forcod
to the conclusion that tho snip is responsible.
It is therefore ordered and decreed, that tho
ownors of the steamer Lulu do pay tho libellants
the sum of one hundred and thirty-threo 07-100
dollars, with-costs of suit.
GEO. S. BRYAN,
U. S. Judge District of South Caroona.
THE CABINET OBOAN.-The singlo house of MA?
SON A HAMLIN has succeeded in so far outstrip?
ping its rivals, that tho question, "Who makes tho
best reed organs ?" is no longer an open one. Of
tho excellence of these instruments wo havo, for
our own part, become pcrfoctly satisfied by fre?
quent personal trials of tho MASON & HAMLIN in?
struments, and of various others. It is.' patent and
undeniable.-New York Evening Po&t.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, ftc.; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
li you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Books mado to ordor, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIBAM HABBIS, No. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction Sales Thin Day.
MCKAY A CAHPDELL will continue to sell this day. at
the store southeast cornor of King and Wentworth streets,
the balance of stock of dry goods, and thc storo fixtures
R. M. MARSHALL A Boo. will sell this day, at 10
o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street, horses, luniituro, carpet,
J. A. ENSLOW k Co. wiU sell this day, at half-pa?t
10 o'clock, la iront of their store, 100 bags corn.
P. H. B.
Aro synonymous with Health, Strength and Vigor.
Tho secret win bo revealed by invosting in a bottle of
PANKNLN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For salo by all
Thc Time to Advertise in tuc Country.
THE PHCENIX has a large circulation throughout thc
middle aud upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates as roasonablc as tho stringency or tho money mar?
ket will warrant. Mcrchauta and others wishing to usc
the columns of the paper will address
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C.
Free to Everybody.
A Large f? pp. Circular, giving information of thc
rrcatcat importance to thc young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become bcautilul, the
despised respected, and the forsaken lo\ ed.
No young lady or gontlcmau should rail to feud their
address, and receives a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Tro/, N. Y.
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT SUM
TER, S. C., by GILBERT k FLOWl.RS, Proprietor?
at FOUR DOLLARS per anuuni, invariably iu advance,
Advertisements inserted at usual rates.
Every style ot Job Printing executed m th?< neatest
?lyle and greatest dispatch. ^piembei 21/
Well Worth Reading.
Who is Ibero that docs not desire to bo always
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painless stomach, a clear head, a regular pulse, a
healthy complexion? If this meets the oyo of any
who are not thus Mossed, lot thom try HOSTETTER'8
STOMACH HITTERS. Wo guarantee that this delightful
tonic will restore any stomach, howovcr weak, to a
healthy condition; that it wiU bring back tho truant
appetite, and give permanent vigor to tho whole system.
Tho foeble and emaciated, suffering from dyspepsia or
indigestion in any form, aro advised, for tho sake of their
own bodily and mental comfort, to try it Ladies of the
most delicate constitution testify to its harmless and its
resto: ative properties. Physicians everywhere, disgust?
ed with tho adulterated liquors of commerce, describo it
SAFEST AND MOST RELIABLE
of all stomachics. Its effects arc instantaneous. It does
not require weeks of dosing before its virtuos aro realiz?
ed. Thousands sit down to their meals void of appetite,
eating because others oat The food thus forced into tho
stomach does positive harm. Instead of strengthening
the system it engenders a variety of ailments, which ond
in confirmed dyspepsia.
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
taken regularly before meals will prevent aU this.
July 27 C
Know thy Destin:
MADAME E. F. THORNTON, the great ? bah Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometc.cian, wb has aston?
ished tho scientific classes of the Old World *s now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Ti. ?TON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sigh i to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of tho greatest ii rtonco
to the singlo or married of cither BOX. Whilo h. state
of trance, sho delineates tho very foatures of the ptison
you aro to marry, and by tho aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as tho Psycbomorrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of tho future husband or wife
of tho applicant, together with date of marriage, position
in life, leading traits of character, Ac. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to bc By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cent)
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceivo thc picture and desired information by return niall,
AU communications sacredly confidential. Address, io
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y ly March 30
Headq'rs. Military Post of Charleston, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 15tb, 18C7. j
G KN KU AL OK DE ns, No. 18.
I. The following aro announced as Registration Pre?
cincts of tho Military Poet of Charleston, comprising Uio
geographical Districts of Charleston, Berkeley, and Col?
ic ton, viz.:
PARISHES OF ST. PHILIP AND ST. MICHAEL
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
FTBST PRECINCT. -Ward No. I-City Hall. Ward No,
SECOND PRECINCT.-Ward No. 3-1st Poll, Mark?*;
2d Poll, Palmetto Engine House, Anson street
THIRD PRECINCT.-Ward No. 4-1st Poll, Engine
House, Archdale street; 2d Poll, Engine House corner
George and College streets.
FOORTH PRECINCT.-Ward No 0-Eagle Engine House,
Ward No. 0-Washington Engine House, Vandcrhorat
Ward No*. 7-Engine House in Columbus street
Ward No. 8-WILEX'S Wagon Yard, King street.
PARISHES OF CHRIST CHURCH, AND ST. THOMAS
AND ST. DENNIS.
Fruin PRECINCT.-Mt Pleasant Poll, Fifteen MUo
House Poll, and St Thomas' Muster House PolL
PARISH OF ST. ANDREW'S.
SECOND PRECINCT. -Club House Poll, on tho Main, and
School House Poll, James' Island.
PARISH OF ST. JOHN'S, COLLETON.
THIRD PRECINCT.-Club House Poll, Edisto Island;
Rockville, Wadmalaw Island, and Loganville, John's
PARISH OF ST. JOHN'S. BERKELEY.
FouRTn PRECINCT.-Calamus Pond Poll; Fultz's Old
Field Poll, and Black Oak Poll.
Starra PRECINCT. -Biggin Church Poll and Strawberry
PARISH OF ST. JAMES', GOOSE CREEK.
SIXTH PRECINCT.-Gooso Creek Poll, Tar Kiln Poll and
SEVENTH PRECINCT-Cross Roads Poll and Hickory
PARISH OF ST. STEPHENS'.
EIGHTH PRECINCT.-Pinovillo Poll and St Stcphon's
PARISH OF ST. JAMES', SANTEE.
NINTH PRECINCT.- Muster House Poll and Dutart's
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S PARISH.
Fi EST PRECINCT.-Smoko's Cross Roads PoU and
Bell's Cross Roads Poll.
SECOND PRECINCT.-Yarn's Box FoU; Fork Box Poll;
Horse Pen Box PolL
THIRD PRECINCT.-WaUerboro' Poll; Blue House PoU,
and Round O. PolL
FOURTH PRECINCT.-Ashopoo PoU; Maple Cano PoU,
and Jacksonboro Poll.
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH.
FIFTH PRECINCT.-Cattio Crock PoU: Indian Field
Muster House PoU; Middle PoU and Summerville.
ST. PAUL'8 PARISH.
SIXTH PRECINCT.-Parish House Poll; Beech House
PoU and Rantowlc's PolL
II. Any citizen desiring to servo os a member of ono
of the Boards of Registration for the Military Post of
Charleston, may forward his application to these Head?
quarters, addressed to Lieutenant J. F. MUNSON, Cth
Infantry, Post Adjutant Certificates must accompany the
application, showing tho applicant to bo a fit and proper
person to receive tho appointment ^
HI. Tho attention of applicants is called to thc follow?
ing paragraphs of General Orders No. 18, from tho Head?
quarters, Second Military District :
PV. All persons appointed to moko tho said Registra?
tion of voters and to c induct said election will bc re?
quired, before entering upon their duties, to toko and
subscribe the oath prescribed by tho Act approved July
2d, 1862, entitled "An Act to prescribe an oath of office."
And if any person shall falsely take and subscribe such
oath or affirmation, such person so offending and being
duly convicted thereof, shall ba subject to tho pams,
penalties and disabilities which, by law, aro provided for
the punishment of the critns ot wilful and corrupt per?
jury. Tho form of thc oat* is herewith published, as
"I, A. B., do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I have
never voluntarily borne arms against tho United States
since I havo been a citizen thereof; that I have volunta?
rily given no aid, countenance, counsel or encourage?
ment to persons engaged ia armed hostility thereto; that
I have neither sought, nor accepted, nor attempted to
exercise the functions of any office whatever under any
authority, or pretended authority, ia hostility to tho
United States; that I havo not yielded a voluntar y sup?
port to any protendod government authority, power or
constitution within tho United States, hostile or inimical
thereto. And I do further swear (or affirm) that to tho
best of my knowledge and ability, I wiU support and de?
fend the Constitution of the United States against all
enemies, foreign or domestic; that I will bear true faith
and allegiance to tho samo; that I toko this obligation
freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of
evasion ; and that I will weU and faithfully discharge tho
duties of tho office on which I am about to enter. So
help me God,
V. Members of tho BoardH of Registration will bc al?
lowed os compensation, four dollars a day for each day
actually and necessarily om ployed in tho performance of
their duties, and ten cents a mile for each mile travelled
on duty. Officers of Ute army detailed for such duty,
will bc poid the per diem and mileage allowed for attend?
ance on Court Martial?.
VII. It ia essential that every Boord ol Registration
should bc composed of persons of recognized considera?
tion and worth, fairly representing the population, and
in whose impartiality and capacity tho body of voters in
thc villeinage may have just reliance,
By order or Brevt Brig. Geni H. B. CUTS.
J. F. MUNSON.
1st Lieut Otb Inlantry, Post Adjutant
May 17 3 w
NOTICE TO BUTCHERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE AT LOW
price, fi (leen or twenty head FAT CATTLE.
Apply to G. McD. STOLE,
july20 3 Florence, U.C.
KOOKS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER of Meeting aud Socioty Street*.
June 1U wsGnio^
WILLIAM BROOK RAN KS,
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBKIt,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXUREs. GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMiTLi VT
TENDED TO. Na RC KING STREET,
August M Between Broad and ?nin-n streets.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
CITY HALL, November 0, li-u.i;. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN 1 dE
Burnt Districts aud Waste Places of the City, un?
der "An Act ot the General Assembly, giving authoritj
to thc City Council of Charleston to proceed in tho mat?
ter ol a Fire Loan, with o view to aid in building up the
City onew." arc hereby notified that the form of appU
cation for loans eau bc obtained at the office of the Clerk
of Council, between the hours ol ?1 A. M. aud 3 P. M.
All applications must beti" d in the above mentioned
office, as tho Committee will meet every Monday lo con?
sider thc same.
By order or the Mayor W. H. SMITH.
Novomberw Clerk ot Council.
RAILWAY & STEIIHSIIIF LINES.
FHEIGHT SHIPPED AT VERY REDUCED RATES,
DAILY, CN MAIL TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND BOSTON, TO
CHARLESTON AND ALL STATIONS ON THE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD, IN FIFTY TO SEVENTY
HOURS, BY THE GREAT SEABOARD INLAND AIR
LINE, VIA . ANNAMESSIC RAILROAD AND STEAM?
RATES ON GOODS FROM BALTIMORE TO CHARLESTON, S.
First Class Goods.fl GT por 100 pounds
Second Class Gooda. 1 44 per 100 pounds
Third Class Goods. 1 IC per 100 pounds
Fourth Class Goods. 91 per 100 pounds
PHIT.AT>EU>HIA TO CHARLESTON.
First Class Goods.$1 72 per 100 pounds
Second Class Goods.1 47 per 100 pounds
Third Class Goods.1 IC per 100 pounds
Fourth Class Goods. 01 per 100 pounds
PHILADELPHIA TO CHARLESTON, VIA ANNAMESSIC RAIL?
First Class Goods.$1 92 per 100 pounds
Second Class Goods. 107 por 100 pounds
' hird Class Goods. 1 31 per 100 pounds
Fourth Class Goods. 1 03 per 100 pounds
NEW YORK TO CHARLESTON.
First Class Goods.SI 72 per 100 pounds
Second Class Goods. 1 47 per 100 pounds
Third Class Goods. HG per 100 pounds
Fourth C'~-.s Gc ods. 91 per 100 pounds
BOSTON TO CHARLESTON.
First Class Goods.$1 82 per 100 pounds
Second Class Goods. 1 52 per 100 pounds
Third Class Goods. 1 21 por 100 ponnds
Fourth Class Goods. Ill per 100 pounds
Special contracts wiU be made for thc shipment of tho
following articles :
Pig and Railroad Iron, Marblo in blocks or in casks,
not less than car load of six tons.
Flour or Meal, in bb 1B.
Salt in sacks.
Wheat, Corn and other Grain.
Guano and other Fertilizers.
Tar, Pitch, Rosin and Crude Tu rp cn rino, per bbl. of
380 lbs., or less.
All goods ordered to be shipped by the Seaboard Inland
Air Line must be so narked, and in shipping from Phila?
delphia the packages should be marked and a note made
on tho Bid of Lading whether tho freit ht is to be for?
warded by Clyde's Steamers or via Anamessic.
Sca-risk insurances can bo effected from Baltimoro,
Philadelphia, Now York and Boston to Norfolk from }? to
>3 per cent.
Through receipts given and claims for loss and damage
promptly adjusted. *
For further particulars sos circulars in thc various
business houses of this city, or apply for information to
W. T. J. O. WOODWARD,
General Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AU) KEW ORLEANS
Cl i iii alioota and Grand Junction,
THROUGH IN FORTY-NINE: HOURS.
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:40 A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., making close connections at all points.
Arn vine at New Orleans at 8 P.M. and 11:40}A.M.
?SS-Passcngcrs by trains of the Georgia Railroad mnke
close connttctions with this route at Atlanta.
NO STE AMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE.
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
RAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW AS
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
Can bo obtained at General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.,
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, Ga. ; South Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, S. C. ; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
S. C. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation,
July 13 3<io Western and Allan tic Railroad.
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMES BARKLEY.
*IX IRON "
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
HIOH and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM KNOIVES and BOILERS. RICK
THRASHERS (from now patterns, with all thc modern
improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS, Ac, Ac.
CASTINGS 1 IRON AND BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine and other Work,
Shall receive special attention.
FOR SALE-Ono 12-horsc power S i EA M ENGINE,
nearly now; several new and sccond-h nd BOILERi, li
to Ili-horse power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10,12 and 20 Horse Power Steam
?GT AU Orders Tor REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall rc
cclvo our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll limo
CATAWBA COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
WATERING PLACE, having gono io great expense
sinco the last season, in chaugiug the position of and re?
pairing tho COTTAGES, grading tho Walks and erecting
ucw Hi;liding!?, together with many other Improvements,
wiU open THE SPRINGS for thu reception ot visitors on
Saturday, June 1st, 1HU7.
Being situated in Um northwestern part of tho State,
In a country remarkable for its bea ut ty and healthful
ncaa, these, together with tho virtues ot tho Waiora, make
it ono of tho most desirable WATERING PLACES in the
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS are thc Whito and Bine Sulphur, und
Chalybeate, and they possess all tao finest qualities ot
these waters, and arc sovereign remedies for all disease*
of the LIVER. BOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS arc accessible by any of the roads lead?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., and at that point tho Western
North Carolina Railroad will convey visitors to Hickory
Station, at which place conveyances aro always in attend?
ance to lake them to TU li SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of the Medical College or Virginia, will IMJ
at THE SPRINGS tho entire Season, and invalids may
roly upon good attention.
Having again secured thc services of Mrs. WRKNN,
and made ample arrangements fur keeping a GOOD
TABLE, and the best Wines, Liquors ?uni Segars, and
having engaged Smith's Baud for h.- Season, we saltly
promise to all every convenience for pleasure, comfort
and umuucincnt that may be desired. _ ??.
15 OA Kl) PKlt MONTH
HOARD PER IV RICK
HO ARO PRU DA V_
. IN oo
. 3 OO
Children under 7 years of ugo ami Ser?
vants Half Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
May :10 2mn
rpnn FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
X for the information of all concerned :
AN OEDINAMCKTO REGULATETIUC OI.KA NSI NU Ot PRIVIKS
AND VAULTS IN THE CORPORATE LIMITS Itv THE CITY.
I. Bo it Ordained by thi' Mayor aud Aldermen, That
I rom and after the ratification of HUH Ordinance, it shall
not be lawful for any person to cleanse or remove the
contents of Vaults or Privies within the limits of Hie
city, without having previously obtained a license lor Ibo
same; all such licenses to expira ou the :tist December
ol every year, and be subject to all requirements impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating tho gran Ung of Licenses lor
Drays and dirts.
II. That thc use of Barrels in open Carts and Wagons
is prohib? tod, and parties applying for License will bu lt
quired to provide closed Carts suitable for the purpose.
III. All persons having such License shall report ni
one of th Guard Hourn?, during the day, his or their in?
tention U lo such work during the ensuing night ; in the
Lower Wards such report to he mada to the Main Gnarl
House, tn the Upper Warda lo Upper Guard Hons?'.
IV. Tho placo or places for tho deposit of such olia!
shall bo designated from time to Urne by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of such Licensed Cart or
any other IKTBOH who sholl viol?te any of His provislou
of ?iis Ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to obaorr,
thc same, or any of them, shall forfeit and pay for each
offence a fine not lo exceed twenty-five dollars, lo be en?
forced by Hie Mayor in his Court, or recovered lu any
other Court of competent jurisdiction.
Ratilled in City Council this seventh day of May, in the
your of our Lord one thousand eight hundred anti six
II. H.] . P. C. GAILLARD,
W. II. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Council_3mo May li)
TO REGULATE THE STORAGE Of PETROLEUM, ITS PTO?
DUCTS, AND OTHER DOTLAMMABLE (ULM.
SEC L HI it ordained by I ht Mayor awl Aldermen, in
City OotmedattembUd, That from and alter Hie ISUi day
of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum.
Kerosene, Bock OH, Bernd ne, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
Ktore or building south of Line direct, in a larger quan?
tity than tilly gallons on any one lot or premises, anil
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels ol tin or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, ils products, or any olle r in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought luto the eily by lath!
or water, may bo kept on any lot or in any building in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration ol which time il
shall be removed and kept in th? manner as requin d by
the foregoing section.
BEC 3. Any person or persons violating any part ol
Una ordinance shall be subject to a line of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court ol' com?
Ratified In city Connell this twenty-first day nf May. ii.
thc year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
|L.S.| P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk ol Council. Juue o
IUI POWER COTTON ?\W
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, thc greatest Labor
Saving Machine that can be
put on a Plantation.
tlPlNIOXS OF THE PEOPLE i
ALLENDALE, BARNWELL DISTRICT, 8. C., )
March 1, 18G7. J
Messrs. Lillie <?. Marshall :
GENTLEMEN : I used, daring the past season, ono of
"Ingersoll's Portable Cotton Presses," purchased of you
last September. I havo always been prejudiced in favor
of tbo "Screw Proas," and nothing but dire necessity in?
duced mc to fry any other. I tike pleasure, howevor, m
adding my testimony in favor of its entire adaptation to
tho wants ot a cotton plantation. It hos surpassed my
most sanguino expectations. I havo packed with but
two hands, yet I prefer four-two at each levor. My
boles all weighed over 600 lbs. The first lot I sent to
market averaged GC2 los. My impression is that GOO lim.
is about thc capacity of thc Press, anti a greater number
of pounds subject the foilow-block to too much risk, un?
less tho sides of tho cotton box was increased. It would
add greatly to tho value of the Press if thc cotton box
was ten inches longer. In baste, I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, fea, il. Vf. LAWTON.
P. S. I took my Press down and corned it some four
miles to pack thc crop of a neighbor, who foiled t > have
a "Screw" built; ho was so much pleased that ho luis
determined to abandon thc "Screw" aud purchase "In?
gersoll's Press." B. W. L.
OFFICE OF KINO'S MOUNTAIN BAHJMUO COMPANY, )
YOUKVILLE, S. C., April ir>, 1807. j
GENTLEMEN : I have just received your lotter ol Feb?
ruary' 14th-upon my return to this place, after an ab?
sence of two months-md this reply may bo too late for
your "Descriptive Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
Tho Press I used in packiug my cotton last year
worked admirably, packing, with caso from DOO to 525
lbs. With good active hands to work ii, I om satisfied
that from eighteen to tweuty bales might readily be
packed iii a day.
This Pr 'Bs combines tho advantages of lightness, and
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged bj any one of ordinary intelligence). Great com?
pressing force, with lit tl.- motivo power, and "lost, but
not least," it is worked entirely by hand, thus saving for
thc farm horses the bard labor imposed upon them by
the usc of thc ordinary "Screw."
Respectfully, fee., yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE k MARSHALL, Charleston, 8. 0.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE k MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
No. 140 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
mwf Charleston, S. C.
And Iron Hoops,
FOR BALING COTTON.
Tun TIE, wrrn THE HOOP COMPLETE, WKIGHS
no moro tlnin tho usual Ropo used in baling Cotton,
md renders an allowanco for taro unnecessary, tho
inly Tlc requiring no slack while putting ou, and is en
perfect that tho necessity for heavy hoops to make up for
the deficiencies in the Tic is entirely cb via ted. Can be
sold by the pound or ton as cheaply as tho Honry Hoops
md less porfoct Ties. Each and every Tie ls warran I ed
perfect Science and practical uso will havo tho effect of
tho Iron Tie entirely superseding tho uso of rope, tts
lomblnation of advantages, thc preservation of thc Cot?
ton whoa haled from consumption by fire, rendering its
fwcurity to Insurance Companies a matter for considera?
tion both while in Warehouse or on shipboard, and its
ii-npliclty of usc and economy combined. Thc invontor
not tlndiii!.' a Tic adapted to thc wants nf both planter
iud c?.nprcHHur ha? devised this. For salo, in largo or
small quantities, by
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
July 12 mwflinc
Agent for South Carolina.
SEA FOWL GUANO,
A VALUABLE FERTILIZER,
FOR SALE BY
NOS. 143 AND U5 EAST BAY.
PATENT SELF-FASTEN1NO WROUGHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TIE, AND THE BEST ONE YET
invented. It ls tho strongest Tic, standing by test a
strain of ( ?000) two thousand pounds. Tho most easily
adjusted Pie, as it is sell-fastening. Tho most simple,
requiring only to slip the baud into tho buckle, and the
nlastioity of tin1 cotton fastens itself, and it cannot be?
For sole, in large or Hiuall quantities, by
ROSS, ROBERTS A CO..
CV in miss ?on Merchant* and General Agents,
No. W> Front street. Now York City.
STREET BRO. k CO., Agents,
Julv 15 amo Chai lesion. S. C.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to gt cot und bi small;
The beauly which once wxs so precious and rare,
Is free for all, aud all may bc lair.
Ky thc usc of
For Improving and Beautifying thc Complexion,
'Hie mont valuable ?nd perfect propatarton in use, for
giving the skin a boautilul pearl-like, tint, that is only
limnd in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruptions,
and all impurities of the skin, kindly healiug thu same
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its uso
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being u
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of the kind used hy thc French, and is con?
sidered by thc Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during tho
mst year, a sufficient guarani re ot its efficacy. Price
only 75 cents. Sent by mail, pos'-paid, on receipt Ol un
BERGER, SHUT!rt k CO., Chemists,
2K.j River St., Troy, N. Y.
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
TBS MOST nfl-BOTST;
QRAND AND BQUABB
fall Iron Frame and Overstrung Bo?,
MANUFACTORY AND WABEH0U?B
Ko. 19 West Houston-street. ??. 1
REAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OJ
KRAUSHAAR ft CO., are practical Plano make?
and as such have had a large experience in connecte:
with some ol tie best Establishments In this ce un tr;
and Europu. Their i lanes are made not morely ft")
there, but ty them, ai d under their imm?diate person*;
supervision, and they aUow LO instrumente to leave theil
fictory aud pa*s into the hands of their patrons, untesi
they bavo a powor, evenness, firmness ai>d roundness o
tone, an elasticity of touch-wlthont which no Inotn)
nent cugat to bo eatisfactory to tho public-a? wi Jl J
Ust durability In construction, which enables lt to rr
Buln In tu ?> and to withstand sudden changes of ter-.,
israiare omi ?posare to eirreme nest and cold, whir"
aro sonii-tluit-s untvroid&bla.
They will st all times be bsppytosee tb? pro.'ssstci
aud the pnLlt; st their V.'srcrcoms, and invite corcp&rl
son between toel* own F?anos and those ol any olh?>
ANTON KJtAUSHAAB.TOBIAS HAM*
CHARLES J. SCHONEMANN.
Thc Greenville Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 ISO PEI'
year, in a I vance. Advertisements inserted at usual
rate's. G. E. ELFORD,
Kay 1U Editor and Proprietor
V. 8. -MARSHA L'S SA I.E.
Nathan Zimanky vs. Epsl. i A Zemanski.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Will COD tinao to sell THISJDAT (Wednesday), at 10 o'clock,
by order of tho U. S. Marshal, at the store southeast
corner of King und Wentworth streets,
THE REMAINDER OF THE STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
STORE FIXTURES, Ac.
Ternis.-Sums under $250, cash ; above $250, note at
CO days, with [approved endorsers; and all sums over
$500, note st 90 days, with approved endorsers.
A House and Lol on the north side of Burns'
Lane, near Meeting street, known as No. 9, at
BY SMITH a MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broach street.
Will positively be sold on TUESDAY, the 6th of August,
on the north steps of tho Exchange, at ll o'clock.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
situate on Burns' Lane, at first lamport from Meeting
street, 20 ft et front by 87K feet, more or less;
bounded on tho north by lands uow or formerly of Geo.
Steinmcyer ; east on landa now or formerly of Mary Koi
zer; west on lands now or formerly of Mary Keizer.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year; secured by
bond and mortgage as usual. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stamps. July 30
jOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC?
To IIAUI'EIS & BBOTUEES :
U'arrenlon, Va., Atril Xl, 1867.
* * Afajorjolm Scott, who lindbeen associated
wm ute for some tlimt be/ore thc close 0/ tlu war, prj ?
f>osed, with my approKition ami consent, which was
cheerfully given, to write a memoir 0/ my command.
I placed at hts disposal nil of my dispatches, correspond?
ence, and other military memoranda. He applied him?
self with great zeal and diligence to thc task, having all
the time the co-operation OJ lite officers and me? of the
PARTISAN LIFE WITH MOS 37.
BY MAJOR JOHN SCOTT,
Of Fauqnicr, Va., late C. S.A.
With Portraits of Colonel Mosby, thc Field Officer*,
mu? Captains of the Battalion, a lisp ofMoeby's
Confederacy,*' and numerous spirited Illustrations.
In one Vol., Svo, Cloth, Beveled, -f." fin.
This work luis Iwen prepared by thc express sanc?
tion of Colonel Mosby, mid has the patronage and co?
operation of tho partisan chief, his officers, and men.
It affords a complete history of the achievements of
Mosby and his men, relating In a graphic mid spirited
style thc numerous adventures, incidents, escapes,
surprises, mishaps, and successes of thc famous Bat?
talion. Hundreds of anecdotes arc interspersed
through its pages, while nearly fifty engravings and
portraits Illustrate and beautify thc volume.
SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.
AC.ENTS WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE
COUNTRY TO CANVASS FUR THE WORK. Lib?
eral arrangements made, and exclusive territory al?
HARPER & BROTHERS,New York.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 527 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
Tho LATEST ISSUES of tho Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Exprese.
All CASH ORDERS will bc promptly attended to.
February 28 ly
THHHW IN ll!
Oh 1 she was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whoso curling tendrils, suit eutwincd,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling tho Hair of oithor Sox into Wavy
and-C?osdv Ringlete or Heavy Massivo
BV USING THIS ARTICLE LADLE J AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thoHsand-fold.
lt is tho only article in tho world tl mt will curl straight
hair, and at the same time give it-a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. Tho Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; is highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, and is the most complete article, of
tho kind ever offered to tho Amt rican public. Tho
Crisper Coma will bo sent to any address, scaled and
postpaid for $1. .
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30_ IJT
TO PROVIDE FOR THE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTEREST ON
THE DEBT OF THE CITY WHICH ACCRUED 3UTH DAY OF
[ He. it ordained by (lie Mayor ami Aldermen in City
Council assembled. That tor the purpose of liquidating
the interest on the public debt of tho city, which accrued
on tho 30th day of Juno last, Six Per Cent Stock, obliga?
tory on thc Corporation of tho city of Charleston, shall
bo issued, nuder tho dirccUon of tho Mayor, to tho per?
sons holding Stocks or Six Por Cent. Bonds of tho city,
and ou titled to receive the interest accrued thereon at
tho timo above stated, thu said Stock to bear interest
after the rate of six per cont per annum, payable quar
tcrls, redeemable in thirty years from date : Provided,
that no part of said Stock shall be issued for
any H um less than twenty dol?ais, or for any
fractional part of a dollar, Provided, also,
that all sums for leas than twenty dollars and tor frac?
tional parts of a dollar shall be poid in city bills. And,
provided further, that any person bona fide holding
Stocks Ar Six Per Cent. Louds ou said 30th day of June,
upon which interest has accrued, shall have the privilege
until tho 1st day of September noxt Of disconnUt g such
interest, or any part thorner, against taxoj duo by him to
thc city on said 30th of Jnne, and may receive any bal?
ance in hm favor in city bills or new stock, according to
tho amount thereof, in manner aforesaid.
SKCTION 2. That tho form of certificates and mode oi
transfer of said stock shall bo subject to thu same
regulations as now exist in relation to other Six Per
( cnt Stocks ot the city.
Ratified bi City Council this tenth day of July, In the
year of our Lord one thousand eight huudred and
II. s.) P. a GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. U. SMITH. Clerk of Council.
July 15 Imo
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL
of superior quality aru manufactured and offered
H at fair terms to thc Trade. The public are invited
[m to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pro
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL TITI
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N H ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ENOINEERINQ DEPARTMENT, J
YALE COLLEOE, November 16, I860. )
I hs VD always recommended tho Faber Polygradi
Lead Pencils os the only pencils fitted for both ornaincu
tal and mathematical drawing; but, aileT a thorougt
trial of the American Polygrade Lead Pencils, man
ulactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, Nev
York, I lind them superior to any pencil in usc, oven U
the Faber or the old English Cumbcrlaud Lead Pencil
being a superior i>cncil for sketching, ornamental ant
meehan ?eal drawing, and all tho ordinary uses ufa leat
Those peqclls arc very finely graded and have a vcrj
smooth loud ; oven tho softest pencils hold thc point well
they arc all that can be desired in a pencil. It gives mt
great plcasuro to bo able to assure Americans that the]
will no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany oi
?ny other forcigu market for pencils.
Professor of Drawing, kc.
ALL PENCILS ABE STAMPED!
SGT "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t ie exact name of tho firm
took to it, December 13
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause or Section 1 or an "Ordinance to Rm*- Sap
plies lor thoyeir inr,7," is published for thc information
of persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of this city. All such persons are hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dol?an1 on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in tliN city 1 Hons not residents, by sample ot
Xr"ise!" . % H. SMITH,
March 8 clerk or Connell
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF TOLICE,!
CHARLESTON, S. c.. May 4, iso". j
THE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AM.
indosurce, vaults, kc, will commence on Mondai,
next Cl inst. Owners and occupants ore hereby required
in s-'o (hat their premises nr'-' in good condition and thal
ll tilth and garbage is removed aa required by Ordi
nance. Other inspection* will follow.
ii? order of Mayor UAILLAUD.
C. B. SIG WALD.
Chief Of Police.
Horses, FurnUwre, New Brussels Carpel, Set of
Platform Scales, Stoves, ?tc.
BY it. M. MARSHALL Si BRO.
THI8 DAT, at 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street,
Corn, Corn, Corn.
. BY J. A. KN*LOW ?i CO.
WIR bo sold, THIS DAY, 31st instant, at half-past 10
.m?'cIPfk. in front oi our btore,
100 bags YELLOW CORN, containing two bushels each.
Large Sales af Domestic Goods.
KILROY ?Sc CO.
Will sell TO-MORROW, August 1st, at 10 o'clock, at their
salesrooms, No. 138 Meeting street,
A large and well selected STOCK OP DOMESTICS,
BROWN DRILL, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4, 9-4 and 10-4
Longcloths, 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 ; Homespuns, Stripes
Tickings, Checks, Ginghams, new style Prints
Mourning Prints and Damask Tabling
200 pieces Mosquito Netting.
At same time, will bc sold, on account of whom lt maj
One bale of assorted DOMESTICS, damaged on steamer
E. B. Sonder.
A well selected assortment of DRESS GOODS, Cloth?
ing, Satinets, Notions, Shirts, Shirt Bosoms, Hosiery,
Hdkfs., and Furnishing Goods.
Tho whole of the above w?l be sold without reserve,
for cash, tn lots to suit_July 31
MILLIGAN & "ON
Will scU on MONDAY, 6th August next, on wharf in rear
of new Custom House,
A largo lot CAST IRON
A large lot Wrought Iron.
July 2C_2C, 29, 3L aug 3, 6
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, at
Ni?. 89 Kino; street, ix ion Broad street.
Offers his services for the silo of MERCHANDISE at
day anl night at his store, also for the salooijstock.
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce, Best
city refere ces will be given. Consignments solicited.
Terms mode ralo and guarantees satisfaction.
July 1 Imo
OFFICE CITY CTVTL ENGINE! R, I
CITY HALL. CHARLESTON, July 2?>, l*ffl. i
SEALED ESTIMATES FOR THE REPAIRS O?
Trodd street causeway will be received until the 1st
proximo, and arc to bo directed to the COM M m EE ON
STREETS, and to bo left at this Office, where plans and
i pecifi ca tiona can be seen. LOUIS J. BA RHO T
July 26 _City Civil Engineer.
No. 1 LICENCES.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
July 24, 1807. i
THOM- PERSONS WHO MADE APPLICATIONS FOR
No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE aro hereby notified to le?
po rt at tills office with their applications immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
July 2T,_ Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
? July 24, 1HC7. j
JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS AND PEDDLERS WHO
have made application for LICENSES are hereby
notified to report at this office immediate,y.
W. H. SMITH,
July 2$ Clerk of C onndl,
rpHE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
J_ will for the present be carried on as usual by the
undersigned at No. 48 East Bay, over tho store formerly
occupied by CRAIG, TUOMEY A CO. .
All persons having individual claims must present tho
same, and those indebted individually wUl make pay?
ment to JOHN TUOMEY.
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master the groot art of Ven?
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world ot
fun, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a source of income. Full in?
structions sent by mail for 50 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawor 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 lyr
FOR THE MILLION ! !
[WILL 8END, POST-PAID, 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
thc most celebrated Actor? for 60 cents; 60 Actresses
for 60 cents; 60 Union Generals for Meente; 50 Hebel
Generals for 60 cents; 60 Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 beau?
tiful young Ladies for 50 cents; 50 line-looking youug
Gentlemen for 60 cents; G large Photographs of French
Dancing Girls, in costume, beautifully colored, exactly ss
they appear, for 60 cents; or for 50 cents, C of the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
appear in tho play of tho Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
8end all or?ora to P. 0. Box 177, T' >, N. Y.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOT? SYRUP
rjTHIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE
JL SCRIPTION nt ono of thc boat t?malo physicians
and nurses in tho United States, sud has boen used for
thirty years with never-failing safety and success by mil?
lions of mother* for their children.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but Invigorates
tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
and energy to the wholo system.
It will also instantly relievo
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
We believe it is the best and surest remedy in tho
world, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA in
children, whether it arises from Teething, or from any
Bc sure and ask for
AIRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
Having tho fae simile of CURTIS A PERKINS on the
ALL OTHERS ARE BASE IMITATIONS.
For sale by tho Wholesale Agento,
D0WIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORK
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIN ?Si BORN)
WHOLESALE AM ??ETAIL DRUGGIST?,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS 10
then* usual stock of pure and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
FINE SOAPS _
Comprising Invoices from the most reputable manu?
facturers. On hand, all thc principal
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV
ALLER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ac. ?Iso, x
large assortment of
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention is paid to tho Importation and selec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other arc allowed to go oui of thc Establish?
with accuracy, and thc public can
depend on the utmost reliability in
the execution of orders.
E, II. KELLERS, I.B..0 DAER, B.P.
THE AIKEN PRESS.
IT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH LN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, S. C., a Weekly paper undor the above title,
to be devoted to General Intelligence- Political, Com
merdai, Social, Literary, and Religious-with a Deport?
ment of Agriculture, including tho Field, tho Orchar..
tho Vineyard, and thc Oat den. A News Summary, to
contain a digest of tho important events of the week,
will occupy a p >. tion of the poper, and particular atten?
tion wiU be given to the unsettled question of Labor, as
host adapted to our new condition, and thc development
of the resources of thc country lu Manufactures, Agri*
culture, Fruit-raising, and Vine-growing.
Terms-$3 a year, in advance.
H. Vf. RAVENEL, Editor
W. D. KIRKLAND, Publisher._January M
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Merehaute and business men try it for a few months.
'.No risk no gain." Send on your cards and Increase
your trade this tall. There's nothing to equal Printer'*
Ink-it has made many o fortune.
Terms for thc paper-?LM? annum, in advance.
Advertisements inserted: W?C rato of *1 per square of
twelve Unes or less for each insertion.
Card? of teu Unes or less, ot thc rate of ? 10 for fhrer,
Contracts by the year or for six months, allowing priv
ilene of changing ou more favorable terms. Address
^ EDWARD A. BRONSON.
November Li Pubusuet ana rrouctcratj