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THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1867.
JOB WOBX.-Wo have now completed our offico
so as to execute, in the shortest possible timo
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wo mo8t re?
spectfully ask the patronage of our friends.
Poet Office Notice.
POST OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., July C, 1S67. |
After to-day the mails for Northeastern Railroad
will close at 8 o'clock A. M., and to-day and after?
wards they are expected to reach tho Railroad
"Station" at 230 o'clock P.M., and to bc ready for
delivery, at this office at ?8:30 o'clock P.M., except
on Srmday, when tho hoar will bo from 6 P.M. to 7
P.M., until further notice.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
POPIO m CE NOTICE.- An evening mail for Augus?
ta and Savannah, and for distribution beyond those
offices, will close daily at tho Postoftico at half-past
CATHOLIC LssTrrorE_Tho monthly meeting of j
this Society will be held this evening, at 8 o'clock,
in tho basement of St. Paul's Church, Society
street. A si?table lecture will be delivered on the
occasion, and ill who aro interested are invited to
WATES MELONS.-Tho lovers of this luscious fruit
will be pleased to learn that a fresh consignai ont
or Augusta melons, the largest and finest in the
market, has boen received by Mr. M. N. KLEIN,
who offers them for sale at his fruit stand in King
street, opposite Liberty.
DEH LUTHERISCHE HEROIC. -Herr A. F.^MEL
CHXBS, No. 108 Market Strasse, ist dor Agent fur
die30 Zeitung, ein lehrreiches Blatt fm* Kirche
und Hans, Motto: "Gottes Wort und Luther's
Lehr' vergohet nun und nimmormohr." Die Zei?
tung erscheint Zweitnal des Monats, und kostet
nur einen Dollar j?hrlich.
THE CALDER HOUSE.-This popular hotel, at the
corner of Church and Queen streets, has been
leased by" Madame G i DIE BE , ta vor ably k no w n as the
former hostess of the Carolina House, and is now
opened to the public. The Calder House or the
Planters' Hotel, was at one timo a great favorite
with the traveling public, particularly with the
planters of the coast, from which circumstance it
probably gained tho latter name. Madame GEDIEHE
has established a reputation as an experienced
landlady, and finding that tho Carolina House
was too contracted to accommodate her friends,
wisely determined to make the present change.
There is nothing, perhaps, that contributes more
to the lively appearance o? a city- than its hotels,
and ander the new regime the Calder House bids
fair to become again one of the popular caravan?
saries of the city, which show by their crowdod |
haQs that Chai leeton is the queen city of tho |
A NAEBOW ESCAPE.-A lady who Uvea, a few
milda from the city has furnished us with an
account of the narrow escape of her grand?
son from death on the railroad. Tho lady and her
grandson, a boy about twelve years of ago, had
walked twelve miles to obtain oom, but were una?
ble to secure it, and the little fellow returned homo.
Herbad walked about five miles, when, overcome by
<'esp and hanger, ha sat down on the track and
fall asleep. Fortunately, * adored man carno
along' the rbed and woke him aa tho down train
was in ekrhr, or ne 'would have been crashed to
death. Ho did not know when ho had fallen
asleep, .?ad - reached his heme after being absent
twenty-four hoare. The practice of walking' on
the railroad track is entirely-too common, and not?
withstanding the numerous accidents that have
occurred, there seems to be some attraction among!
the oroea-tios that is almost irresistible. Expe?
rience ia a severe teacher, but a little" caution
would prevent the necessity of le arning-the lesson.
i THE BEARDS' IRON TIE, which ia now consider?
ed unequalled by any patent yet introducod, is sold
by our neighbors Messrs. G. W. WILLIAMS & Coi,:
factors, who are agents for our State. . .'.:.j^ j
We havo examined chis very superior article;
and find, on a close inspection, "hat it is undoubt?
edly one bf tho most simple and convenient pat-'
terns of any it has hitherto boen our pleasure to j
The great advantage which recommends- it to
the ase af our plan tere is the fast that, consisting
of only one piece, it can be: easily handled, and
can be adjusted in a motion, and also, owing to
the number of stets, the bale can bo compressed
in a Beat i.nd regular manner, and in" any size to
suit the fancy of the packers.
Mewnr. WILLIAMS ? Co., introduced this Tic
last year, and from, the number, of tons they sold
at that pori od, and the unbounded success tho
articlo met with, thoy are enabled to recommend
them highly to all in need bf such an article. :
We would, therefore, call attention to this Tie,
and would advise all to give them a trial, feeling
assured that their views will bo met and tho pa?
tent please. ]''"?'
SALES or REAL ESTATE.-Messrs. STENHOUSE &
Co. sold yesterday at the old Exchange, on account
of Mr. Jv P. M. Emm, .United States Marshal,!
the following- property: - . .-'..<.? - A
. ?1 th:il lot and pared of land, situate on the
north side Of Barr?sford Btreet, containing, in front
on said street twenty ? ?Peet, and in depth north-'
wardly oighty-five feet, aforo or less, Tor UMO. '
Alt that other lot adjoining to the eastward,!
measuring:thizty^nw feet.gmore or. lass, un Ber-'
resford e treet, and in depth eighty-four feet, more!
ar less. On the said two lots a building contain-:
lng twer fcy-four rooms, formerly' used ns a board?
ing homo, the whole for $4500. . V
^ Conditions-One-third cash, and thc balance in
one, two and.three years ; the credit portion to bei
secured by bond, with interest semi-annually fnfjh!
day of salo, an^mejrtgage | of the premises ; the'
bulk unga to be insured, and kgpt insured, and tho
AD those two lots of land, with tho buildings j
thereon, situated on the West side of East Bay!
street, measuring in front on East Bay street!
forty-two a?d 30-1Q0 feet, on the North imo one
hundred-and twenty-eight and 35-100 feet, then on
the Weat Une twenty-and 15-100 feet, then?e- East
five and 70-100 feet, thence South one and GO-100
feet, for $10,500 (er the two.
The right of way to an alloy or slip of land
fronting south on Unity Alley and measuring
thereon eight and 50-100 feet, which alloy or strip
of land is to be kept open for the usc of tho said
two lots above mentioned, in common to them, asj
A passage way to and from Unity Alley to the said
lota of land, the whole for $10,500. Conditions -j
One-third cash, and the balaceo in one, two and
three years; the credit portion to be secured by
bond, with interest se uii-aimnally from day of sale, |
and mortgage of the premises;- the building to bo
tasnred and kept insured and the policy assigned.
A PROOF or PROGRESSIVENESS.--Wo mentioned
some months since that several young gentlemen
of this city, who were oat of situations, had form- j
ed an association for the purpose of mending cot- i
ton bales. This employment has heretofore been I
exclusively the province of the "nogroes, bat, under*
the. existing, circumstances, that monopoly bas
been destroyed, and tile business is open to all. : Lf
?he cotton, crop equals- the expectation oi -tho
planter, the business of cotton-mending will" be?
come quite profitable, for an experienced hand can
sew up several bales during tho day, and as the
pay is so much per halo, tho timo spent will not
prove labor lost. Cotton-mending has always
been' considered the lowest round of tho ladder,
bat attention to tho boniness will soon enable the;
mender to become acquainted with the different
grades, and thia knowledge may be the ultimate
cause of advancement to tho factor's office. -
Mr. JOHN ROBINSON, of the firm of ROBINSON &
Sow, has- associated with himself several young
men of this city auder tho name of JOHN; ROBIN
BON A Co., who design attending to the cotton [
mending and packing business. They havo open-;
ed an office on Cordes street, and havo already!
packed and shipped twolvo bales of Soa Islands.
DA order to increase their facilities for this busi?
ness, Mr. JNO. ROBINSON has procured a hand
power press, which will bo under his exclusive;
control, and will be used to balo and compress tho:
loose cotton samples, ?tc., procured in tho busi-j
ness. The members of tho firm aro all youngj
Charlejstonians, and thetmanner -in -which Aeyj
have thrown off the shaoklos of conventionalism j
and gone resolutely to work will Boon bring thein?
Our future is in tho hands of the rising genera-!
tion, and if, as in the preaont instanco, thoy sliowl
themselves superior to any petty prejudices, thoj
star of prosperity will soon riso and alano upon}
their efforts. Wegivo the now firm a cordial wei j
pome to the, ?tnjmeroiaj ,<j&#?; &?d though thoy;
re commenced at the "Toot of tho ladder, tho!
e spirit that first induced the effort will causoj
em to rise superior to any misfortune that may;
?vra??icV wiru'ri! -The monthly meeting of
tho Catholic Institute will take place thin evening,
at 8 o'clock, in tho basement of St. Paul's Chnrch.
After tho transaction-of businoas, a lee turo will bo
doliverod by tho Kev. Mr. KTTATVT.VP.
MAYOR'S COURT-August 7.-The bovines havo
evidently considered that city grass is their lawful
fjroy, and havo accordingly m?do mcurfcfons Into
White Point. Gardon and the City.Hall Park; but
their owners have found to their sorrow that if
city stock bad fallen, gi ass was above par, and
theywerc Buod fl for tho cattlo'fted.'
. A party who loves his lush, and sometimes takes
a drop moro than would balanc3 him, so loaded
himself that ho becr.me a dead weight on tho
community, and wa? found occupying more space
on the pa vomont than was lawful. He calmly sub?
mitted to hia romovul to more congenial scenes,
and murmured not when asked to pay $5 for
A small toa fight on tho Bay, between two highly j
colored males and oue femalo, resulted in their' ]
adjourning to tho gnard-houso, and asking his
Honor to act as umpiro. With bis usual uillinR
n(ws to oblige, this was dono, and in order to
equalize the matter tho parties wore charged $5
each for advice.
WHITE WITNESSES.-The mouth of tho man who
parities bis tooth with SOZODONT is a witness box,
and every timo bo o|>en8 it two rows of gleaming
witnesses testify to its beautifying properties.
August G tu ths3
??ff? ..II .. 1 : j , : - M : S
If you want cheap Plank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, &c; or, MtrXKis' Almanac;. .
".jil you want Printing eiiecTibO^ffi
H you want Books bound in ai(jjiBtyle, or?coorint
Books mado to order, with anV desired pattern ot
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, AJ 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOB.WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
NEWS OFFICE, g^gf*
Auction SAIOK This .Day.
T. .M. O&TEB win i*lL this day, at 9% o'clock, on !
OcownV wharf, u hilda sides; also, better and strips.
J. A. THonpON will Hell, this day, at bis store, No. 21
State street, sewing machines," clothing, soap, furniture.
JEFFOKDS A Co will seil this day, at half-past 9
o'crock, 'in front of their s toro, Na 30 Vendue Bange,
strips, shoulders and barns.
LAUBET. A ALEXANDER will sell this day, ot 10 o'clock,
in their store. No. 137 East Bay* 26 firkins lard, Ac.
MILLIGAN A SON will sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
at No. 22 Vendue Range, buggy and wagon harness, Ac.
KILBO? A Co. will s ell this day, at 10 o'clock, -at their
salesroom. No, ?88 rf?""-^f BtTfj^..il.iy^^^C^.^fj*.*"fr
. R. AA. P. CALDWELL wflP-i?eH ihtfc?ifi'?M o'clock,
before their store, 66 boxes toapi ahjoj,;! ?askjin, 5 bbls
whiskey;also, 80 boto flonnj r- ViH.. ki
Perfectly tia?e;?St^^*^''' '
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP', for all dis?
eases of children, such as teething, wind colic, Ac, is a
safe, reliable and harmless remedy. It not only relieves
tho child from pain, but regulates the stomach and
bowels, corr-, eta .acidity, and giTos tone and . energy to
the WWMM?HW CivM rest to the - mother and health to
Ute ohii?. ~xty . ' - ' i
Ba sttr?ro?d eau for .
^MRS. "WTJISL^W'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having thojfac t.milecj "CUBTIS A'PuKXtra" on the out?
side Wrapper. AU O&ers une baso imitations,
^.t-to.-: BOWIE * MOISE, '
No. 161 Meeting street, opposite, the Charleston Hotel.
August 6 tuths3
Tho latest and most effectual remedy for1 the cure of
deb?ity, j loee of appetite, headache,, torpor of tho li ver,
etc., is PAN KN IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For salo by
all Druggists. th
A Pact Worth Knowing.
Bakers wishing good FLOUR for Bread, should call at
STENHOUSE A CO., No. 110 East Bay.
Famliles wishing choice FLOUR for Biscuits, Rolls,
Ac., should.call.at STENHOUSE & CO., No, HOEattt Biy.
AugUstC . ? ; ? ,,' !
Tko Time to Advertise in thc Country.
THE PaONrx has.a large circulationihroughout UM.,
middle, and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as tho stringency of tho money mar?
ket will warrant Merchante and others wishing to use
the columns of the paper will address
S ft fS JULIAN ?Ai SELBY, Proprietor.
Februar\?2f? V? "t J* T jj Columbia, S. C.
The n?lasAa wldch generates epidemic fevers ls now'
rising lrtcl&ads under the blazing beama.of the dog-day
sun. ?vary living body, as wcU aa refuse animal and;
vegetio^matter, emits unwholesome vapors, and in
cro?de*? ?i??a and the denSe assomblagos_wlUch busi?
ness ind picosa? ciaU tegetlier, fitts ehflseurs of disease
aro evc?ve?L*%b?^resiiare upoU'eWy vital organ is
never so great as in the second and third months of sum?
mer, and common sense teaches us that those organs re*
quire to bo reinforced to m oct it.
We hold our lives, so to speak, on a repairing leate, and
this is thc season when the process af dllapidatou is most
rapid, and repairs are most required. Therefore, build
up, prop np and sustain the powers of nature with that
mighty vegetable r?cup?rant, HOSTETTEB'S BITTERS.
He who takes it may be said to clotho himself in saniten?
ir ail, against which epidemic disease will hurl its poison-,
ous shafts in vam. This is no gratuitous assertion, but
a great medical fact, attested by twelve years' experience
in every climate of tho habitable globe. - Extremes of
temperature always disturb tho functions of the stomach,,
the bowels, tho iivcr and the akin. It ia through these
that the most dangerous maladies assail ns. .Tone them
in advance with HOSTETTER'S BITTERS, and defy heat;
and malaria. " 6 August 6
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometriciaii, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THORNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge, of the greatest importance
to the single or married of either sex. While in a state
of trance, she delineated tho very features of the person
you arc to morry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psychomotropo, guarantees to;
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife'
of the oppbcant, together with date of marriage, position
in Ufo, leading traits of character, Ac. This is no hum-;
bug, aa 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. Byl
enclosing a smaU lock of hair, and giving place of birth,,
ago, dLsposi?ou and complexion,and enclosing fifty ecnU
and stamped envelope"addressed tO yourself, you will re?
ceive the pl ? irre and aea?ed hiforoiation by rei urn mal),'
All communications sacredly confidential. Address, in,
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,'
KWW-yff M F?ll ?', fr mw i^utxaso
Free to Everybody.
A Large C pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches how the homely may become beautiful, tho
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady oe gentleman should foil to eeud their
Address, and receive a.copy post-paid, by return mail.
Addrees P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Tro/, N. Y.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
Real Estate & General Commission Agts.
NO. 36 BROAD STREET.
1T7TLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
Vf STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS,
REAL ESTATE. Ac, Ac.
GEO. L. HOLMES.ALEX. MACBlpTL,
August 1 thstulmo
H\?M ll. GILLILAND $ 'SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
WILLIS & (JtllSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
YATPfo^TENI1 TO THE PURCHASE, RALE AMD
V?-OSttli'MENT (lo Foreign amiDoniesrte Porte) of
COTTOBVRl CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WU A HF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.....A. It. CHISOLM
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Merchante and business mun try it lor a few months.
"No risk no gain." Send on your cards and iucreawi
your trade Uris toll. There's nothing to equal Pnntor'ii
ink-it has mado many a fortune.
Terms foi the i?ai>cr-S3 per annum, iu advance.
Advertisements iuserted at tho rate of il per Bquaro ot
twelve Unes or lese for each insertion.
- Cards of ten lines or less, at the rate of $10 for thrc<.
Contracte by tho year or tor six months, allowing priv
ilege of changing on more favorable tenus. Addccss
EDWARD A. BRONSON.
itOYcmbtr la ruuluuet .mac copador
LIFE IMRAIE COM
-V KW YORK.
A. A. LOW.
OLIVER H. QOUDON
8. B. CHITXi
WM. 8. TISDALE.
OIL. L. BEECKMAN. "
JOS. A. SPBAXHBUf
RUFUS R. GRA?ES.
ALEX. V. BLAXftT
JAMES a NOYBB.
WM. C. FOWLER
8AMX B. CALDWELL.
N. a BEN TLBS'.
WM. P. PRENTICE.
J. H. FBOTaiHQHAM.
Hon. 8. TABER*
BOASD OF DtBXCIOBS :
L H. FBOTBTNGHAM.
GEO. L. WILLARD.
H. E. PIKE HEP JM'.
GEO. F. TH?MAE.
THOS. T. BUCKLEY.
HENRY A. SWIFT.
JAS. E. PRENTICE.
H. MESS EN GEH.
UEO. L. NICHOLS.
J. W. FBUTHTNGHAM.
WM, C. SHELDON.
OLIVER S. CASTER.
LEWIS B. LODER.
J. T. B. MAXWELL.
EZRA P. PRENTICE
LEN J. HICKS.
O. H. GORDON, Vice President
C. WT. PLY?R, Secretary and Actuary.
THE PLANS. FOR BUSINESS FOR THIS INSTITU?
TION are very lib?rai and attractive to those who wish
to inauro their Uvea in a FIRS 1' CLASS COMPANY. Ito
business is very large and rapidly lncroaains. All tho
variouH lands of policies aro Insured on as favorable
to rms as arc Offered in any otho- good Company In thc -
coTUVrv. DrVIDENDS increase with tho age of .tho
Policy. ' Non-participating rates are lower than those bf
any Company in the world. Losses paid in thirty days
alter due notice and proof of death. Liberal arrange?
ments made in regard to travel. One-third of tho amount
o: premium will be loaned tte policy-holder if desired.
J. ALFRED CAY, General Agent.
Office in rear of Elmore Insurance.
July 13 Btuth3mo Law Range, Broad street
BASKfNG? M INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Richmond, Va.
CHARTERED FEBRUARY 2iTH, 18GG-COMMENCED
, BUSINESS JUNE 1, 1800.
THIS COMPAr?i.IBBUR3E8 BUILDINGS, HOUSE?
HOLD FUBWITJJRE, L COTTON, VESSELS IN
PORT, STOCK OF "GO?j?i,AU? otli?r property, on the
most liberal terms. MARINE ANDLIFE RISKS TAKEN.
J. L. HONOUR, Agent,
August 1 thstnlmo NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
STOCKHOLDERS PEBSONALY RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HERE
CT. LOWNDES, Agent,
May 16 . th7mo. Mo. lu Broad street
WE HAVE - KOW "ADDED TO OUR NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a most extensive and
Supplied with a great variety of PLAIN AND
FANCY TYPE, of the latest and most approved
styles ; and wo have every facility for executing
all kinds of JOB WORK in
Bill and Letter Heads
. - ? ?%
&c, .,. &c &e.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOH WORK, will please
leave their orders with us. Wo
will guarantee as good work, and
at as CHEAP RATES, as can he
had in Charleston.
CATHCART, MULLAN & MOOT.
M y 0_
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Cheraw, S. C. Publishod weekly, by W. L. T. PRINCE
TERM* OF sopsenrrnox :
One copy one year.$4 00
One copy six months. 2 00
Ono copy three mouths. 1 00
Five copies ono year.15 UO
HATES OF ADVEItTISINU :
One Square, ten lines or less, first insertion.$1 .R>9
For each subsequent insertion. 1 UO
All Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or they
will be published until ordered out, and charged accord .
Merchant? and others advertising by the year, a libe?
ral deduction on the al>ovc rates will be mnde.
November 16 ,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY
MACHINIST AND FOINDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
(NEAR lil IVB,)
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills, Corn MiUs, Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sogar Mills, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gina, and all kinds
Iron and Brass Casanga, to order. .
April 25 tbstuGmo
BUILD AND REPAIR
I Steam Engines, Roilcrs,
I Saw and Orist Muls. Cast
ingt In Iron and Brass of
I all describions.
Send orders to
December 16 . -atuthlyr
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMBS BABBLET
.^IX IRON |r
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & ?0
ABE PREPARED TO EXECUTE AU, ORDERS POR
?. "HIGH and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RR 'IO
THRASHERS (from now patterns, with air the modem
improvements;, STEAM SAW MILLS, Arv, Ac.
CASTINGS ? ffiOiY ?D BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine and ether Work
1 ; Shall receiver special attention.
FOR SALE-Ono 12-horee power STEAM ENGINE
nearly new; several new and second-h nd Bul LE Ri,
to 10-horse power.
CONSTANTLY IN COUBSE OF CONSTBUCTION,
IO, 12 and 20 Horse Power, Steam
49* All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall rc
calvo cor prompt and carefol attention.;
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
M. M. QUINN, ,
Wholesale & Reteftl ?)e?lor
? ni .' 3
NEWSPAPERS, STATIQNE^?, ETC
No. 097 KINO ST HE KT
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
Thc LATEST ISSUES of the Press always cu hand.
Subscriptions received, and Goods delivered or for
ward od by Mail or Express,
All CASH ORDERS will iwvproinptly attended to.
February 28 ly
WIMBI EXPRESS ?AM
Office No. H7 Meeting ttr, t,
WITH Al*> .. g '
Every attention given to the snfe
Transmission of Freight, Money
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGIT'J
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
II. B. PLANT, President,
April 10_ Aucmsta. Ga.
OH OI N'AN CK.
rE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the information ol all concerned :
AN ORDINANCE TO EKOULATE Tt?B' 'ctXANSTNO OP l'niVIE?
AND VAULTS IN TUE COUPOBATX Lilli rs OF TUT'. CITY.
* I. Be it Ordained by thu Mayor and Aldermen, That
from and after the ratiucabou of thia Ordinance, it shall
not be lawful for any person to cleausu or remove thc
contenta of Vaults or Privies within the limits ol thu
city, without having previously obtained a license tor tin
same; all such licenses tn expiro on th?; :11st December
of every year, and be subject to all requirements impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating tho granting uf Licenses for
Drays and Cart?.
IL That the uso of Barrels in opon Carls aud Wagons
ia prohibited, and parties applying for Lioeuso will be rc
quired to provide closed Carts suitable for the purpose.
UL All persona having such License shall repott et
one of th Guard Houses, during the day, Iiis or their in?
tention U lo such work during tho ensuing night; in the
Lower Wards such report to bu made to the Main Guard
House, in the Upper Words to Upper Guard House.
IV. Tho placo ur placea for thu deposit of such offit
sholl bu designated from Hmo tu time by tho Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of such Licensed Cart or
any oUier person who shall violate any of Ute provision'
of this Ordinance, or si mil neglect oe refuse to observe
thc samo, ur any of thurn, shall forfeit and pay fur cecil
otl'onci: a One not lo exceed tweuty-ilvo dollars, to bo en?
forced by the Mayor in his Court, or recovered in any
other Court uf competent jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this seventh day of May. in the
year of our Lord ouo thousand eight hundred imd six?
ML S.1 P. C. GAILLARD,
W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Connell_3mo_May ll)
TO rnovTOE ron THE LIQUIDATION OF TUE INTEREST ON
TUE DEBT OF THU CITY WHICH ACCIIUEU 30TII DAY OF
lie it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council assembled, That lor thc purpose of liquidating
the interest on Hie public debt of the city, which accrued
on thc 30th day ol June last. Six Per Ccut. Stock, obliga?
tory on tho Corporation of the city of Charleston, shall
bu issued, nuder the direction o? tho Mayor, to thu per?
sons holding Stocks or Six Per Cont. Bonds of thc city,
and entitled to receive tho interest accrued thereon at
tho timo nbovo stated, tho said Stock to bear interest
arter Uio rate of six per cent per annum, payable quar
torls, redeemable m thirty years from dote : Ftveided,
that no part of said Stock shall be issued tor
ony sum less than twenty dol?ais, or for any
fracUonal part of a dollar, I'm rid ed, ?also,
that all sums fur less than twenty dollars and lor ir e
tionol parts of a dollar shall be paid in cit v bills. And,
prodded further, that any person bona'fide holding
Stocks or Six Per Cent. Bonds on said 3Uth day of June,
upon which interest has accrued, slmll have the privilege
until tlic let day of September noxt ot diseountli g such
interest, or any part tborcof, against taxes duo by him tu
the city on sold 30th of June, and may receive any bal?
ance in hm fovor in city bills or new stock, according to
tho amount thereof, in manner aforesaid.
SECTION 2. That thc form of certificates and mode of
transfer of said stock shall bo subject to thc saino
regulo?ous as now exist in relation to other Six Per
Lent Stocks ol thc city.
Ratified in City Council this tonth day of July, in tho
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
IL. H.] P- C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Sirrrn, Clerk of Council.
TO TAX PAYERS:
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for Uie information of all persona concerned:
AN O RDI NANOK TO AMEND AN OHDINANCE TO RAISC SUI1.
PLIES FOR THE YEAR 1H?7, AND FOR OTHER lflll'OSES.
L Bo it ordamod by the Mayor and Aldermen in cltyj
Couucil assembled, That ell taxes payable under tho Or'
diuance to raise supplies for the year ls(;7, and for other
punosas, bc paid ou orbclore the 2'.itli day of June next;
and that persons who shall make default of payment of
their tuxes on that day. shall pay, in addition to Hu?
amouut of their taxes, one and a halt per cent per
month until the 31st day of July, when, it not poul, ali
amount of two perl cent uer month npon tito amount
of taxes shall lie paid; ami altor tho 31st ?lay of August
three percent, per month on the-amount of taxes dun
chall be paid until payment of the whole amount is matte.
II. That all persons who neglect or tail to pay their
monthly taxes on or before thc iil'teciiih day of each
month, shall respectively pay on thu amounts thoroof,
two per cent per month from such fifteenth day, until
payment is made.
Riitilicd In City Council this seventh day of May, in
the year of our Lord OOO thousand eight hundred and
lu s.1 P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Goondi, ynio May ll
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WBOUG?T ii?j?N;
FEDST PRE&HUM AWARDED AT LOI?SIAX A
STATE FAIR. :
IT IS AS CHEAP A ?IE. ARD THE BEST. ONE fr.Tj
iuveuted. It w tho strongest Tia, standing by fr ul a:
strain of (-I?00) two thousand pounds. The moat easily
adjusted Plo, as it is self-fastening. The most simple,1
requiring only to slip the band into the buckie, and tho
o'asticity of the cotton fastens itself, and lt cannot bo
Por salo, in largo or small quantities, by
ROSS, ROBERTS A CO.,
Commission Merchants and General Agents,
No. 86 Front street, New York City.
STREET BRO. A CO., Agents,
July 15_3mo Charleston. S. C.
"EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
- ' HADE ONLY BY
BATES, HYDE & CO.,
NEW YORK-187 WTator street,
BOSTON-5 Pbieuix Building.
NEW ORLEANS-Cl St. Charles street.
August ? ?Imo
TO SUIT THE TIMES,
COMBINING ALL THE NECESSARY FUNCTIONS
of a complete Threshing Mill. Manufactured and
for salo by J. M. EASON A BRO.,
August G iuthsO Columbus and Nassau streets,
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. UO Meeting Street, j
(OPPOSITE PAVILION.HOTEL,). i
Deniers in all kind* of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS]
HENEREY'8 McCARTHY OIN. I M
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S QIIfcH" ?.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER G?rL
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
EAGLE OIN. ' . . ;
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER, j
THE LITTLE GIANT, j
IRE BEST, MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPES^
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power* tal? tho market, we
would state that the following are some nf the advan?
tages possessed by th?"*Ll^"^LETli*ANT,' "over aD othor
Horse powers : -. . . ,
L Its great strength on account of being double-geared,
which not only doubles the strength by dividing the
strain on twice tile number of teeth, but by gerrin'! on
both sides of thc wheels it equalizes the weir on the
shafts, and materially lessens the friction, enabling the
horses to do mach more work than with any othor
2. Ite compactaos* and extreme pOTtebmly^
about one-half as much as other Horse Powers, and ooou
pyi ig but one-third tho space, it ran be packed in small
boxes, thus Miring much expense. It is so simple that
tho most ignorant person would hare no difficulty ia
putting lt together.
3. Tho faciitty with which it can bo adjusted to any
kind of machinery at any angle, either on the ground or
overhead,Withoutmo\1r.f lt from its foundation, will
be appreciated by firmersuid planters os specially adapt?
ed for driving Cotton Gins. ;
HORACE L, EMERY'S -
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWING A.\D REAPING MIKES. ;
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Iron
FLOW CASTINGS, in every variety ; Cultivators
Hone Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Field and Garden Rol?
lers ; Fan Mills; Corn Mills; Corn sheller*; Corn and Coli
Crushers ; Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters ; Plantai
tion Caris and Wagons ; Canal and (larden Barrows j
Sugar Mills ; Grindstones ; Road Scrapers ; Chums j
Shovels ; Spades ; Rakes ; Forks ; Hoes, kc, kc, dur.
dm Seeds, of all Kinds, warranted pure and Fresh. j
LITTLE & HALL, j
No. HO Meeting Street, j
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,}
CHARLESTON, S. C. !
.lune IK . tuths :
AMERICAN " R '.
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES 1100M|
NO. 34 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK, j
ALL STYLES AND GLADES OF LEAD PENCIL'4
of supcrlorqnality ar/ manufactured and offered
at fair terms to tho Trade, /The publie, aro invited:
to give thc AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL tfie pri*
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N.)'ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, ; *'
ENOINEEUINO DF.I'ABTVENT, '
YALE CoiXKQK, November 16, 18?;G. ]
I have always recommended the Faber Polygradej
Lead Pencils us tho only peuciLs titted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, ultor a fhoro?ighj
trial of tho American Polygrade Lead Pencils, mans
ut aclu red by the American Lead Pencil Company,. New!
York, I lind them superior to any iieucil in une, eveu toi
Un: Faber or the old English Cumberland JMCA Pencil^
bcin^ a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental andi
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead,
These pen?is are very finely graded and have a very
H:H ni uh lead; even the sollest }ienetls hold thc point well;
ttiey ure all that can lie desired hi a pencil. It gives mo
great pleasure to bo able to assure Americans that they
will no lunger bo compelled to depend upon Ocrniany or
?ny other lureigu market tor pencils.
* LOUIS BAIL,
Professor of Drawing, Ac.
ALL rENCILS A UL STAMPED:
tnr "AMERICAN LEAD rENCIL CO. N. Y."
Nono genuine without t ic exact name of the firm
[ook to iL_December 13
OFFICE CLERK or COTTNCIL, 1 \
May iw;7. )
The following Section of " An Ordinance to abolish the
office of Superintendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep?
ing thc Streets, Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in tue*
City of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes," ia
herein- pulilished for thu information of all concerned :
For the due protection ol' thc said contractor or con?
tractors, it is further orttuiiiett, lhat every owner, lessee,
occupant anil tenant of any premises froutiug lu ony
sticct, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) have tho dirt, Ultu, garbage, or other
offal, placed in iront of his ur her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readiness for the contractor, by thc hour of
seven o'clock, A. M., from the hist day ot May to tho
llrst day ol'November in every year ; and by the hour of
niuo o'clock, A. M., ircm thc firs: day ol' November to
tho first day or May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, tilth, garbago, or other;
ollal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, after the
hours ahovo named, shull bo subject to a line not lees
than two nor more than live dollars, for each and every
offence, to he imposed by thc Mayor.
Ry order W. H. SMITH,
Hay 15 Clerk of Council
TO KEGITLATE TUE HTOKAUE Off rETItOLEOM, ITS ;PHO*
DUCTS, AND OTU EH INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. L Heil ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
Oily Council assembled, Thut from and after the 15th day
of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south or Line street, iu a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, ami
uuy such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels of tin or other metal. . i
.SEC. X That Petroleum, its products, or any other inj
llaniinalilo oil or oils, when brought into thc city by land
or water, may bo kept on any lot or in any building iii
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hourn, upon the expiration of which time if
shall be removed and kept in the manner au required by
the foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ni
this Ordinance shall bo subject lo a One of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable butty Court ol' com?
petent jurisdiction. . .
Ratified in City Council tin's tw.mty-ftrst day of May, ?ii
lin- year ol our Lord unu thousand eight hundred and
|L.S.| P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk ol Council. June U
No. 1 LICENCES.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL. I
July 21, 1HG7. J
ri IIB >SE PERSONS WHO MADE APPLICATIONS FOR
1 No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE an; hereby notified to ic
?Hiit at this office with their applications immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Jul; -5 Clerk of Council.
To Pay Storaqe.
BY K. ?V A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, (Thursday), tho nth Instant, will bo sold,
before our store, at 10 o'clock, on account cf all con?
cerned, to pay storage,
1 cask OIK. ?
6 bola. WHISKEY.
Conditions cash. . Augusts
Underwriters'. Sate. . .
BY R.&AP. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, (Thursday), tho nth instant, will be ?old,,
at half-past io o'clock, in our warehouse. No. 6 Chai- J
. . .60 bbla. FLOUR,
Damaged on board Steamer-, on her voyage from
New York to this port. . ,
. Conditions cash._August 8
BY Ri ?t A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, tho 8th inst, will be sold before our store,
at 10 o'clock, to close sales,
CO BOXES NO. 1 ROSLS AND LAUNDBY 80AP
C boxes Castile Soap.
Conditions cash. August 8
Strips. Shoulders. Rams.
.TEFFOROS Si CO.
Will son THIS DAY, in front of their Store, No. 30 Ven?
due Bange, at 9?? o'clock,
4000 POUNDS CHOICE SUGAR-CURED STRIPS
000 New York Sugar-Cured Shoulders
30 tierces S. C. Hams (canvassed)
25 boxes Tobacco. ""Augusts
BY MILLkOAN Si SON,
>'n. aa Vendue Range.
TUBS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
1 set single BUGOY HARNESS, new
1 set hoavy Wagen Harness, new
Sundry articles IMruiluro, Ac
_Lot Dry Gooda, Ac. August 8
UNDER DECREE U EQUITY.
Roscher vs. Meyer. Administrator.
i Will bo sold under the ufrecUon of the undersigned, in
front of the Old Cu tom House, on THURSDAY, tho
20th day of August 18C7,- at 11-o'elock A. M., . ? ?< 1
ALL THAT LOI OF LAND in this city situate on the
j southwest corner of Boso Lane and Line street, measur?
ing northwardly on Linc street ninety-six (90) feet, moro
or lesa; tho same on the south Une; eustwardly on Bose
Lane one hundred and-twenty-five (125) feet, more or
lesa, and the same on the west linc.
Terms-One-third cash; balance.in one.and two years,
secured by bond and mortgage, wi.h interest payabld
semi-annually. Purchaser to pay for papersand stan psi
August 8 tli i Master in Equity.
_DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC,
*> . ./?;?;"- ii . ..- ;
AT THE LOWEST BATES, WHOLESALE OR RE?
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER
HOSTETTER'S, HOOFL AND'8 AND
HALL'S HAIR RENEWER
WISTAR'S BALSAM CHERRI
HOLLOWAY PILLS AND OINTMENT
WRIGHT'S VEGETABLE PILLS. Ac., Ac
For salo by ... ,
E. H. KELLERS ,& CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STBEET.
August 5 . < Opposite Market.
For Sale, Wholesale or Retail.
EPSOM SALTS. '
ESSENTIAL OILS. ' . '.'IX . .
. CASTOR OIL, .
SUPER GARB SODA, " '
. CREAM OF TARTAR,,
BLUE 8TONE\ ftc.; Ac.
E.H. KELLERS & CO.
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
August 3_Opposite Market
J^TTTRATE OP SILVER
HYPO SULPHITE SODA
For salo by . . ...
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
JUST ll E C E I VED:
MORPHINE ? ?
BROMIDE POTASSIUM, &c, Are.1
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, by
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING ST., OPPOSITE MAKKET. |
August 2 mwf Imo
TE YOU HAVE CHILLS AND FEVER, U8B DR. C. Gi
1 GARRISON'S FEVER AND AGUE CG RE. It is a
perfectly safe and reliable remedy, a,ah re cure. j
Price $1 per bottle. ,
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 21li
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
DOW IE Si MOISE. f
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 Meeting street, opposite ChArieston Hotel. ?
July 39 .- .?,.=, .-- lntbsfi I
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,"
To young and to old, to gt eat and to small;
Tin- beim ty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all may be fair.
By tbc ase of
For Improving and Beautifying tho Complexion,
The moat valuable and perfect preparation in uso, for
giving the akin a beautiful pearl'liko tint, that in onlyj
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. KmptioiiF,
and all impurities of tho akin, kindly healing the same,
leaving tho skin white and clear as alabaster. Its une
cannot bc detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is thc
only article of the kind used by tho French, and la con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles wore ?old during- tl ie
past year, a -sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 75 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of m.
order, by _
BERGER, 8HUTTS A CO., Chemists,
285 Biver St., Troy, N. Y.
March 30._? _lyr_
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
na MOST noMna
GRAND AND SQUIBB
Foll Iron Frame and Overstrung Ban,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHCD31
?..lt West Hanaton-atra.t. \j ?O.V
NSAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OJ
KRAUSHAAR A CO., ?re practical Pmnff makers
Sad ss auch have had a large experience iii eonneetloi.
with some ol the best Establishments In this cewtr)
and Europe. Their 1 lanps ar? made not morely fci
them, but by them, ai dunder their immediate personal
supervision, atdthey allow no instruments to leave theil
factory and pasa into the hands of thoir patrons, uni??
t*?y have a power* laveuaasa, firm* eas and rour^easo:
tone, an elasticity of toncfc-without which no Inst rc
ment ought to be satisfactory to the pabilo-aa well i
that durability In construction, which enables it to re
main tn ta. ??and to withstand sudden changes of ta?
^erature and ?xpoaure to extreme neat and cold, whlcJ ;
are sometimes unavoidable.
They wul at all timos be happy to iee the prof ossie i
and Hie public at their Warerooms, and Invite compart;
acn between their own Piano? and those ol any otb?
ANTON BBA?9HAAB..TOBIAS HAMM,'
*W1 0BABLK8 J. gOHONEMANK.
Ar.rU V> _ ._._!
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBIRO C. H. '
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THF
middle portion of the State, and otrers the best
facilities for advertisers. February 2? :
Lard, to'pay Freight and Bipenses.
BY LAUUKY ?V ALEXANDER.
THIB DAT", the 8th Inst, will be Mid to tnt Store; No.
137 Eut Bay, at 10.o'clock,
25 firkin* LABU, marked "I," to pay freight and
Conditions cash: ?. August 8
Flour and Corn-on account cf all concerned.
BY LAI it KV Si ALEXANDER.
THIS DAV, Hth inst., will i? sold before oar store. No.
137 Eaat Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of all con?
66 1)1)1?. FLOTTE, slightly damaged
78 3-buahel batta Corn," slightly damaged.
Condition? caah,_August 8
Corn, on account of all concerned.
BY LAURE Y & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY. 8th instant, will be sold before our aiore,
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of all con?
80 BAOS COBN.
Conditions caah._August 9
Shoulders, Hams, Strips, Backs, Beans, Beet,
BY LAURE Y ?i ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 8th mat., will be sold before our Store, No.
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
300 narrow N. Y.Btrips
300 Backs - '
10 barrels White Beana
6 b?rrela Beef
CO boxes Herrings
30 DOXSS Cheese.
Conditions cash. Anjrnst 8
Superior Sewing Machine, Assorted Clothing,
Boxes Soap, Furniture, Sharps' Rifle in order,
Ac, dec. Bargains.' Bargains / . .
BY J. A. THOUHQN.
THIS DAY, August 8, 1867, ai my store. No. 34 State
street, without anv reserve, for cash, ".
Ono THUNK OF WELL KEPT CLOTHING.cbnaliting
of L. 0. Handkerchiefs, Sheets,-PillowjUasee, Vest, Fine
M. Bar. W Shirts, Comforts, Blankets, Under Clothing,
Fancy Articles, Whiter Coats, Sacka, Panta, -together
with a general assortment of Stott Together with one
of sharp's .Superior Self Loaders; Curtains, Ac, in per?
fect order; Boxes Soap, Ooo Superior. Baker A -Wilson's
Sewing Machine, in ord*tr. All of which will be sold for
caah on delivery, and no credit. ? . - Augusts
Sides on account of O? concerned.
BYT. si. OATER.-.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf at three-quar?
ters pant 9 o'clock. . ?
(J Hhds SIDES, on occount of all concerned.
Conditions caah. Augusts
- r Butter dwi Stripe, ?
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS PAY, on Brown's Wharf at three-quar?
ters past 9 o'clock.
60 FIRKINS AND TUBS BUTTER,now Unding.
1000 Bacon Strips.
Condibors cash. - Augusta
i JkmeHics, Ctoihing, Hats, Gape, ?a, ?ei
. . .t - KILROY Jti COT- . .
Will sell THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock, at their salesrooms,
No. 138 Moetlng street, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
A Fair Assortment of .DOMESTICS,. consisting rf
Gin-hams, Bleached and Brown Drills, Prints of various
brands, Ac. T.
. AIM, : r*7i
PANTS, COATS, Hen's Felt and Straw Bats, Caps,
Shirts, shirt Front?, Linen Cuffs anfl Callara, Paper
Collars, Bugle Trimmings, Head Handkerchief*; Linen
C. Handkerchiefs, Musquito Notting, Ribbons, Button*
sud Umbrellas. .. '.
. .i ALSO, . ,.\ ,'-.
A few heavy plated CASTORS', and a variety of Fancy
Goods, Ac, Ac . ?
. Condldons cash. ' . -;. August 8
M IS CEI LAH |g US.
WATERMELONS ! WATERMELONS'!
GHE AP WATERMELONS 1 LADIES AND GENTLE?
MEN go and buy Before yon pasa by. Cheap Water?
melons. Arrived again from Augusts, with a flue tot Of
Fruit, such aa nico Watermelons, at 25 cente apiece,
3lend Id Sweet Grapes (Catawba), fine Peaches, mee Ap?
ea; fresh Eggs, Fig Tomato?..
AB cheap fer cash, , by '...,. M. N. KLEIN. .1
August 8 1? , Opposite Liberty st, in Kl?fr,
- .' ..- WOTIC?. - -. ? . .?.;;
THE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
will for the pr?sent be carried cn as usual by tte
undersigned at No. 4 s East Bay, over the store formerly
occupied by CRAIG, TUOMEY A CO. -r; - . o pVT
Ail persona having individual claims moat presen t the
same, and those. indebted individually will make -'pay?
ment to .. JOBXTUOHEYT;
July20 ;. '" . ?
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CTTY ASSESSOR, ?
Crnr HALL? Angust?, 1867/ J
"vroncE is HEREBY orvEN TO ALL CONCERNED
J.i that the Monthly Berums -for tbe monlh of Joly
past, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance ratified -on
the 28th day of December, 1866, must be made on br be?
fore tho 16th.instant. .D. C. GIBSON, . ?
Anguat7 .. .13;.. ...'??/, CityAssessor.
AT PBir^ SAl?T"
C O N C E ?TT K A TED
FOB POBJFYINQ DRINKING WATEB, SICK
ROOMSTBIL?B ?WATER, "OE8HP?OL8, DRAINS,
fcc., azul tor nae to all cases whoro a deodorizer or disin?
fectant ia required. Approved by Uio Surgeon-tfoneral,
U. s. A., Washington, D. C, and for salo in quantiUUH to
amt tho public at Nc 13C MEETING STREET. J
McKAY A CAMPBELL,' '
Auction and Commission Merchauts.
Julyle ' - '..'. MM
ELDEE & BK0WN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATKNT
EBS of thecelebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND BABY TENDER, Pro
'pelling Horse*, and all kinds, I flt Book?
ing Horace, In valid Chairs, with double
and single Wheels, from $29 "to $46;
Children'* Oarriagea, Fancy and Varnished Wagon?,
Fancy Sui lea, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propeller ind Baby Rockers, Ac, Ac ? Uto-Biso Horses,
mada toc.dsr,.-^ . ' ?. ? . ..?. .1 ?? .
Depot, >a 688 BROADWAY. Mann factory, Nos, 449,
160, 461 a d 462 WEST STREET, New York. .'.
Octebfll 28 . tflftnlyr
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LABOE 8UPPLY OF BEADY
: il .AD I'. CLOTHING, suitable, for--Gentlemen, La?
dled and Children', and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before thc season advance? too far, wo would espe?
cially draw tho attention of tho public towards the reduc?
tion which w?l be made iii our prices for the next two
brthrcc wocks'from dato.
Apply st the 1 - DEPOSITORY,
January 29 . j No. 17 Chalmers atreei
FUN FOR ALL?^
T7VULL ?NUTBnCTX?NS.BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
JL mah- pr len,-il.;, can .master tins groat art of Ven
trUoqhismby? few' hours' practice, niakiug a world.,pi
' fun, and after 'becoming experts' themselves,, can teach
others, thereby making lt a source or income Full lh
' Btru?ttona sen t by mail for 60 cen to. Satisfaction ' guar?
anteed. . ?..'?*,*:...-? . .
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y. .
Hay.33 . ....... . -lyf
STEAM GAS F1TTE?R AND i?LUMBKR.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIX i I'RES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
IENDE!) TO. Na 116 KING STREET.
August 31 Between Broad and om-.-n >tr.-.-t--.
Novomber 27 lvr
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, )
January 3,1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have boon prepared
for delivery from this Office 8. THOMAS,....
..... . City Treasurer.
Ssc L Be il Ordained by the Mayor and Alderman n
City Council atscmbled,. That from ?and after the fi rsl day
of .January, liccaaea shall be taken out for all carte, dray,
and wagpns, used for .private and dome* tic purpose ?, tn
the samo manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to-Parte, drays and wagons, leter
driven Jfor hire, except giving bouda, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be prc ?dod with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to Lc
placed on the outside of thc shaft.
SSC 2. NO person snail tie taken by the Treasurer**
surety to any bond under tho Ordinance com-ernlngli
censea for carts, drays, wagon* and other carnage?, nb.
less ho ot she bc a freeholder. 1 - i
BEC 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates ter
licenses for public and private carts, drays, waiVons, Ac.
including thc horses or mules used thereof, which shall
bc free from other taxation: ?
rUBLIC CARTS, PBJ?T?, ETC., OB THOSE lrMTEOTED IH AT**
BrjSLtESS WHATEVER, FOR HERE DIRECT OR IWDrBECT.'
For every cart, dray or wag?n, drawn by on? horne tx
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horsesoc
For every back and ca mag? with two wheels, $20.
For every back and carriage with four wheels, ?40. -
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus ?
with two horses, $50. ' .,
For every etago or omnibus (except lin? omnibus i,
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more howes or jinnie*,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horse*
.ir mules, $60. ........
BBXAD CARTS A?TO PnrVATS CARTS, DRATS, ETC
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagoo, used for private or do*
mesUc purposes, and not to bo employed in the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
odicr commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for tho same, shall pay for a liccnao the sum of
$6, exclusivo of thc horse or mule.
Ratified ii. ':ity Council this 16th day of January
[T. a.] in the year of'our ls>rd one thousand eight, hun*
drcd aud sixty-six. , r*
p. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By tho Mayor. .. -i
January 3 W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Ooancfl.
7 THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO.'is
published at Marion, S. C. in the centra] porta?
of the country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Dni"g?ts, Machinists, and all classes who dcairn
to extend their business g tho Pee Dee country.
For the benefit of onr advertising patrons, we shan, tn
addition to our subscription Mst, which is wn^jntf}- in
creisin? publish and di*tnbute gratuitouflly 300? extra
copies of the STAB, during the business season thi*
itate* of AdvertisSag liberal.
W. J. HcKRRAI.L,
November 90 Editor and PwpiWr: