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THUIWDAY M?llNINO, AUUUST M, 1807.
Jon Worn;.--Wo Intro now completed our niHcd
BO na to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALI. KINKS UK JOH WOltK, mut wo most re?
spectfully auk tho pal ronnoc ul our (Vinni:-.
i'o"t outr?- Koller.
l'osr OrrtcK, I
CuMii.F.sros, s. tr., July 8,ISM. (
After to-day tho mails for Northeastern ltoilroad
will closo nt 8 o'clock A.M., mut to-day Mid after?
wards they nro expected to renell tho Itailrontl ;
"Station" ?t2::U) o'clock P.M., anti to IK) ready for |
delivery at thia ofllco nt 3:30 o'clock P.M., except
on Sunday, when tho hour will lie tami ? P.M. to 7
P.M., until further notice.
STAN I.KY C.. TllOTT, P. M.
PEIIKONAI..-II. S. KBXraiOR iiinl T. II. HAMIL?
TON, of West Point Military Academy, arrived in
tho Manhattan ycstenlsy mortiiiiir, unil tire slay?
ing at tho Charleston Hotel.
AUCTION SALE I i> DUY AMI Mn.i.iNuur Cloon.-".
Tho attention ol our leaders who tlcsiro lo procure
bargain? IH illrcctctl lo tho ntlvcrtiHt'incnt of
Messrs. Ku.miY ft Co., who will nell at their warn
roon?, in Merlins street, opposite tho Pavilion I
Hotel, a large assortment of tho above nrlielcs.
Tho liomin uro in perfect order and tho trade will
lind it to their interest to attend.
HEOISTHATION ra TIIK Cm.-Tho following re?
turns show tho registration of yes tr rd ay at tho
different precincts :
wiiiTRs. cu Logan.
Hocond Precinct. H
Total.HO tl J j
Cnisoi.xi's MILLS.--There is no surer index of tho ?
prosperity nf a city tlinit tho condition of its com?
mercial and niannlacluring facilities. Though not
usually considered a manufacturing town, Charles?
ton has itt its coi pe?ale limits machine shops,
mills, and other similar enterprises, that would
comparo favorably with thoso of Northern cities.
This is particularly noticcnblo in tho western por
tiutt of the city, where the huge milln that border I
tho Atddey Uiver are eonspicuoiiH for thoir ??zo |
?tod fer thc facilities Ihoy oller for the transaction
of business. Thcso mills arc, each of thom,
woll conducted and admirably arranged in ovory
detail; but wo propose at present to rorer but lo
ono, intending, on ?orno futuro occasion, to men?
tion them al in detail.
Cilium.UH Mills, which aro situated on tho ex- ]
tremo Southwestern portion of thc eily, occupy an
island of a few acres in extent, which is connected .
with tho city by tho Trail d street causeway. Thcso
Mills have been recently rcnovntid mid restored lo
their former condition, and now offer inducement!
for patronage that aro rarely equalled. Tho Mills
wore originally o? wood, but wcro burnt and re?
built of brick in 1&V39, and were used until tho
breaking out of tho war solely as rico mills. Thc
proprietors, Messrs. Cnn ni.M Brun nuns, have in
tho last few months perfected many improvements
in t*_o arrangement of tho building, and havo com?
bined other ontcrprisos with thoir old business,
nod they now havo mi tho samo onclosttro a rico ,
mill equal in power and capacity to nny in tho city,
u cotton gin, and a saw mill, besides tho usual
cooper, carpenter and machino shops that aro |
idways connected with such establishments. Wo
nhall in our notice mention thesu separately, com- |
Tilt: men MILL.
Tho entii e building, which is of brick, anti live
stortca in height, was lormcrly unod for this pur?
pose, but tho western wing is now recurved for
h tor ol in i m s and lor tho numerous cotton gins.
Tho ground Door is cccupicd by tho pound?
ers which nepni .du thu husk from tho grain, but
it is a singular circumstance that although tho
rice ?H received at tho wharf, a fow rods from tho
mill, it is convoyed by elevators, first to tho upper
utoricB, placed iii hugo wiro sieves and clcansad
from dirt and trash, thon by dificront elevators
carried to other parta of tho building, wbero it re?
ceives thc manipulation ncccsaary to produco a
good markotablc article. Although tho entire pro?
cess was kindly explained, our knowledge nf
machinery is too limited to atlompt moro than a
Long screws which paps through tho entire
nt ruc l uro, convoy tho rico from tho wharf to tho
mill, and thence by long wooden lubes it is carried
lo tho dj lieront parts of the building, whero tho
processes nf dusting, pounding, fanning, polishing
and barrelling, aro separately perform od. The rico,
which is recoived in its original elate, usually
lurus out half hushol of clean to ono of rough;
but Ibis is dividod into difforont grades known as
small rice, middling, and tho full grain. Tho first
is that which is accidentally brokou in tho
pounding, while tho other grades aro charac?
terized by thoir different dogrccH of perfection.
Thora is, besidos, a quantity of Hour thal is
obtainod from tho inner coating of tho grain;
thia is of an Inferior character, and ia not
tho rico flour sold in the grocery stores.
It is, however, disposed of in largo quantities
to fanners and others for tho pnrposc of feeding j
thoir stock. Tho engine used to work tho ma?
chinery is from thc foundry of McsBrs. J. M. EASON j
ft ld oilier, mid is of two hundred hor,so power.
Four boilers aro omployod nt present, hut a sufll- |
cir. ,t space is lett for tho addition of ul hern, should
a pressuro ol bueincss rcquiro their uso. Evory
caro is taken by thc proprietors to provent any
mistako; and during the timo that thev havo
owned ihn mill only ono haB occurred, mid that
waa detected before tho rico had loft tho mill.
Tho lato war proved very disastrous to tho plant- |
era of tho coast; but fow bavo suflbrod moro se?
verely than tho rico planter, as hie mills wero |
burned aud tho machinery dostmyod. It is im?
possible at presout to roplaco thia loss, if indeed
it wero tho parlor wisdom, in tho present unset- j
ll'd condition of tho conni ry, to do so. Tho
chango in tho system of labor has compelled tho
planter tn chango his tactics, and ho now Ands it
fsr more advantageous lo send his crop to a mill I
in tho rough than to run tho tish of atoalago, do- |
slruclion from fire, and the nbsonco of insurance.
This applies equally to tho cotton planter, for
whoso convenience tho Messrs. < TUSOLM havo ea- |
Thcso, as already stated, alu in tho western wing
of tho mill, and separated from tho main build?
ing by fli o proof Wilta. Each window is guarded 1
by an immovable iron grating, and Ibers ia no
danger of a conflagration. On tho receipt of any |
cotton it is at onco carefully soparalcd from other
lota and covered by insurance. Tho gins aro all
of HENEIIV'H patent, and uro admirably adapted
for Sea Island Cotton. Bennion tho gins, there j
are all tho usual appliances far packing and pre?
paring Bea Island Cotton for markot, and, in a I
word, tho entire menage is porfoot and ar
rs-igod to suit tho most fastidious plantor. Tho |
engine working thoao gins ls entirely soparato
from ibo other, there being no connection bo- j
tweon the two mills.
TITE UAW un.:,
id entirely dotnehod from tho rico mill, but ia con?
nected with. tho wharf by a tramway, which con?
veys tho finished Inmbor to tho vessel. Tho mill
pom is lo tho north of Ibo mill, and tho logs aro
drawn nut hr machinery adapted for tho purpose
and phcod up.m tho frames, whero they aro cut
into '-ho required dimensions by circular saws.
Attarhod lo tho saw mill is a grist mill, whore tho
planter can havo his corn ground .into meal or
grist. This ia a groat oonvonlooco, as vessels of
any draft can land at tho wharf, and tho ontiro
bnsinoas with tho plantation bo transacted at ono
aro woll laid ont ami havo accommodations for tho
Utterers employed in tho different milk, boaiies
bonnes for tho onginocrs and HiiporiDtendonls. A
largo cooper shop furnishes otnploymont for many
hands, and tums out all tho barrels required lu
tho business. There arc, besides, tho houses for
the laborers, carpenter and blacksmith shops, and
tho different buildings necessary to so largo an
establishment. During tho war a battery waa
erected on thcao grounds, but tho proprietors havo ,
succeeded In utilizing it. A portion of tho dirt
hos boon restored to tho excavated lota, and tho
battery partially levelled, leaving a small mound
.bent two toot In height. Upon this tho ofllco hos
been rebuilt, and al once attract* altoiit.on by'ils
pleasing color and atylo of architecture
Tho Mosers. CUIBOLM aro atm working at their
property, adding now improvements ?nd restoring
what was dostroyod during tho war, bul thcso aro
confined morely to oxteruals, os thoir milla aro in
complete order and aro proparcd to resumo opera?
tions whenever tho crop shall ho recoived or busi?
ness demand. The past reputation of th? mills ls
a .nfficient guarantee to tho planter tb warrant
tho continuance of his patronago, and wo aro satis,
fled that it will not dogonorate under tho now
TUE iKMtLiBiiis PlMM_An olcgonl article of
thia description hau hoon handed us hy Mr. B.
Doseurs. It conic? in o [Mat wooden cono, and in
ni??i? raul) f?r usc. JIM? *'?O Uitag for
Ar TUE auclion sato o? duudeo Julo bagging held
yesterday by Moa?T. Jons ?. Muiron Si Co., tho
following cash prices wcro obtained: 1 bala at BStV,
2 at 214c. 1 at 23?C '.1 nt 2%.. ll at 23c., 1 al Mic.,
and 1 at ISe.
ItKOlfiTUATlON rH TUE UP-COCHTB? !
Cliiirsw Product to 19th.V7 313
Knott'? Ulli. Orauirrbun: Ulai., to '.Dib.. Cl 10S
Marlon C. II., lo tlOlh.un J74
Columbia un au Hi.?.41 CO
Majority ot Colored. Ml
NEW SEA ISLAND Corros.-By refcrenco lo tho
Hal of Consignera of tho Htunmor Pilot Doy, pub
lislied in to-day's NEWS, it will bo aeon that Ovo i
taloa ol Ben Inland Colton-tho llrat of tho season
-have boen received in thia city. Although
t'hirlcntnn could not el ni m tho Ural halo of tho ?ra?
son, thia ia tho largest nuinbor of bales received
floon Nr.wa sou omi MERCHANTS.-Tho Kuowco
f'oiintr Hayn thal tho (Irccuvillo and Columbia 1
Railroad ban mado arrangements to have aalt do
livered nt (1 por Hack, freight. Carn for muck
j will bo delivered at any poiut, and run through to
I Charleston in twenty-four honra. Wo truat thoao
advantages will bo duly appreciated. Thia ar?
rangement will enable our morohanta and tradcta
to compoto successfully with Athens or any other j
"1*. T. P."-Tho three mysterious T'a havo no I
connection with pETKlt Pie KU, vt ho pickod a peek
ol inei,led poppors. Tin.y roprosent unmet bing of
it diflcront cast, vis.: tho l'aient Pickpocket Proof
Wallet or Pocket-book, which cammi bc abstract
ed from tho pocket without giving Ha possessor J
timely warning. It in n sort of alarm purso ; wo
do col mean thal, it alarms tho owner on diaclos
I tug an aching void ; wo havo known other pockut
I hooks to do aa much. Thia lum a trick or two bo
vend that, (lo and eco it at Mr. li. DOSCUEB'H,
Uasol el i eel, near tho PoatoMco.
MATCH'S COURT.-Throo colorod youths, who
wcro engaged in (ho riotouB nasorablago or Mon
j day night, woro orraignod for thole misdemeanor.
' It was shown that they had porsiatcd in remain?
ing nuar tho vicinity of thc ougino houao, though
ordered to leave, but their contumacy brought
them hilo (rouble, for they nore arrested and
tried, and condemned to pay a Uno of $5 each,
lito festivo two wera quito disgruntled at this an?
nouncement, ns tliey wore under tho impression
that their connection with tho machino would
sccuro them, but tho majesty of tho law waa
offended, ami they paid tho penalty of their
Ono nf (ho fe male RMI rn?, who is an Md offender,
indulged in sonto uproarious conduct in tho streets,
which so shocked n moral policeman that ho car?
ried tho virtuous MABOAIIET ANN to tho Station.
A Pallandcr, who ?as found guilty of aiding
I and abel tine; tho H a id M AUG \ur.r, was also nabbed.
Tho illustrious pair wcro Unod $5 ouch, which they
I paid and sloped incontinently.
liol FOR TUF. PF.F. PEE.-Tho trade with this 1
section of tho State will Boon bo rcopenod. Tho
cool days and breezy nights of SepUimbor aro fast
approaching, and with them tho good timo when
King Cotton will roaumo bia nw wy, and our wharves
bo once moro covered with tho dorey staple. Not?
withstanding tho fact that tho Wilmington papera
claim tho wholo of tho Pee Doo and Chcraw trude,
wo aro gratified to loam that tho trafile on this
rivor will bo resumed on tho 1st proximo. Tho
Planter carrioa with ber a prestige that will soon '
provo tho incorrectness of tho Tar Heels' asser?
tion, and tho baseless fabric of their vision will
soon fndo away and leave not a halo behind. Cap?
tain FEDOCHON, tho owner, and Captain Fosren,
tho commander of Ibo Planter, aro well and favor?
ably known in tho Pco Deo country, and under
tlieir manipulations wo trust 800u to 800 tho area
of Accommodation Wharf covered with plonty of
upland cotton, which baa boon brought to ita
proper niarkot. Tho Planter io advertised to leave
on tho lat, and parties interested should maka
their freight engagements without delay.
'LAUSEST C1BOUI.AT10H."-Tho ?har?est?n Mer
I euri/ announced to its readers yesterday morning
that it had tho largest country circulation of
any paper in thia city. 1 'This statement," it mo?
destly adds, "ia mado for tho information of our
advertisers, who will ho grateful lo know, Ac."
Our worthy contemporary boa ovidontly read that
??Hie -nod is ho who blowoth his own horn for he
shall bc heard," and thor havo not only blown until
tho welkin rings, but havo oven caught tho cohoes
and sent them again to trumpet their famo
throne 1 mnl tho land. Now, while wo honor our
contemporary for tho persistency willi which ho
advocates bia claim to tho public patronage, WO
must rorpiosl him to draw it milder; nut to go at
railroad speed, hal to BOO that bia assertions arc
supported by facts. Wo can certainly havo no nb- ]
jectioiiB to his using hi? own columns for tho pur
poso of self laudation, and novo road both tho ori?
ginal ?rdeles and tho flattering noticos of tho
country proas with pleasure, but wc think ho baa
boon a lit Ho hasty in bia last calculation. Whore
ia tho venerable Oouriir, and whero our humble
selves ? Havo neither of na any country circula?
tion, or baa it bcon but a dream thal has b:cu dis?
sipa led by a touch from tho mercurial caducous ?
Thora ia a dilforonco between a bona fide sub?
script inn list and a long list of names to whom (ho
paper is mailed, Just aa cironlars aro aont hy on
(orpriaing advertising firms. Of courso, wo would
not wiuh to insinuato that any thing of thia kind
has hoon dono ia tho prosont insta.ice. Wo only
eay that wo havo heard of such caaes.
M1 mt Cnoicr. Esuusn_We had occasion, last
wook, to mako a om o romarks on tho liberties one
"Flos" took, in his correspondence from thia oity,
to tho Marion ?Sar. In tho Star of yesterday this
promising youth blossoms forth again in tho fol?
Borne captious local of THE Nnwa has "hauled
mo over tho coals" for taking, as ho heavily says,
"groat liberties with the English language," Ac.,
and enumerates some typographical interpolations
and errors which appeared in my laat letter. Now,
Messrs. Editors, Tux NEWS is anything bul infalli?
ble in many particulars, and ospoeTally in ita
primor and correct appreciation of tho Identical
authors, alosara. Lindley Murray and Noah Web-;
liter, and If I am denoted, Just for the sake of see?
ing both sides ol (he "picture," road the article,
on "Our Natal Day" In tho Mame issue wherein tvs
arraigns me, and if you don't como to the oouolo
sion that testy local nos a mote In his own gram?
matical ovos which nooda tho literary scalpel, I
will havo to blush for von, In connection with hun,
for tho possession of a visual obliquity, that to?
tally disqualifies for Booing "ourselves aa others
BOO H." Further, respectfully, I affirm that tho
uloremoutionod is not n "beimilt of clergy" affair,
but ono of a "ubiquitous heap," which, like thoao
secondary ohronloisms, crop ont on tho surface
from neoosalty, hoing in tho very bono and blood
of tho hoing.
Protty woll for tho youthful blossom; and in
(imo it may grow to bo a full-blown cahbago hoad.
Tlioro is no telling. Toll oaks from little acorns
grow. Bul if "Floe" will take our advioo, it will
oultivato tho little words, and, be moro sparing in
its usn of tho big once; hotter. leave the latter to
people who know how to usn thom. Tho rhythm,
however, ia not BO had :
".Some captions Local heavily says"
Wo should not bo surprised to BOO "Fies" bnrst
into poetry orin of these fine mornings. Will
"Flos" condescend to explain what is meant by
"typographical interpolation*?" nutting a moto
out of tho "grammatical ovo" with a "literary I
scalpel," must bo a novol operation. A pair of |
tweezers, wo would humbly aug gea t, wonld ba loes
likely to do mischief. Unskilled banda should
novcr touch the scalpel Our dictionary is mislaid
this morning, and wo marked down tho othor big
words for examination at a more convenient sea?
son, viz: "Visual obliquity"- "a benefit of clergy
adair" "ubiquitous heap"-"secondary chronl
clams"-etc., oto. Tho loaming of thia correspon?
den t, I ihn his "secondary ohronichuna," "crops out
on tho surface from noceaslty.'' We hope all "our
i : is t i i o ti nun of learning will benefit by bia example,
and be on tho watchtower of the necessities of tho
hour, and soo that tho invaluable benefits of f da
cation aro not lightly Inculcated."
(loisn I OOINOII OUSE ll!- -Foster than tho auc?
tioneer's hammer ?nooka down merchandise,
ncglool disposes of tho tooth. Bid, therefore, nf
that prize of life, a perfect sat, by brushing' them
rogularly with Bo zo DO ST. tu than August 90
If you want cheap Blank Booka;
If you wont ohoap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
I per, Av.; or, MIUVKBS' Almanac; .
li you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Booka bound In any ?'.y lo, or Account
ilooka mado to order, with any desired pattern ot
r.ding, 80 to Ilium IJiiiui/., No. SO Brood street.
A 1.1, Kl ND? or JOD WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction sulfi Thia Hay.
T. M. CATBK will soll tbia day. at u\ o'clock, on
Ilrovru's wksrf. side?, shoulders, ?tripa, butter, 4c.
lt. .'. A. 1'. OiiitlU will tell thia day, at 10 o'clock,
bc foro tbrlr ?to. o. No. 90 Eaat Bay, 3 bbd* aldea.
MiixtoAN A BON will ai ll tul? day, at IO o'clock, at
No. 21 Vonduo llango, furnlturo, tuattrcHoa, dry gooda,
Jxrronu* A Co will toll tula day, at belf-peal B
o'clock, In Iront of their atora, No. 80 Vendue Bango,
Ji tiercel han?; ?Iso, .boulder*, atrlpa, pork, Ac.
Kiutox A Co. will sell thia day, at - o'clock,
?t their .alce-roome, No. 138 Meeting street, a well ic
I cc lcd itock of dry and inllllnory good*, Ac.
LAUDIT A ALKKAKbCD wilt sell aol! thia day, at 10
o'clock, bli. -o; their ?tore. No. 137 Eait Bay, ham*,
shoulder?, strip*, ac.
Tlio latest and moat effectual remedy fur tho eure of
debility, lona of appotlto. headache, torpor of tho Uvor,
eic, la PANKNIN'8 HEPATIC IIITTEUH. For ule by
, all Druggist*. th
.ir-Tho Inln ufa I'rleiid. Mr., Winaloir'a
SOOTHING ?YRUP ia the beat and surest reruody In the
world for all diseases ot I'hlldreii, auch aa toothing, wind
eolio, kc. It correct* acidity of tho atomacb, regulate*
tho bowels, aud g Wes rest, health and comfort to motlier
and child. Perfectly safn In all casca, a* million* of mo
thrra csu testify. OOlces, Na IIB Fulton stroot, New
York, end Nu. 305 High Utlboru. Loudou, England.
Be ?uro and rall f. r j
"HUH. WI NM LO WU HOOTUINU MYRUP,"
i Hating the/ar limite of "CoaTia lc PUUUKI" on th* out
1 ?Ide M rapper. AU others Aro bato Imitation*.
DOWIES .V MOIHB,
No. 1S1 Meeting street, opposite the Charleston UoleL
August 90 tu th?.I
A Foot wm iii Knowing.
flakeT wishing good i'l.ot:il for Dread, should call at
STENHOUSE A CO., No. 110 Flat Hay.
Families wlnblug choleo FLOUR for Biscuits, Rolls,
Ac., should call *t STENHOUSE lc CO., No. 110 East Bay.
Tho l luii lo Ail vi i tue In thc Country,
Tuc PitrcNix bas a largo circulation throughout Hu
mlddlo and upper Districts or tho Htate. Advertising
rate? a* ressonsblo ?? tho stringency or tho money mar?
ke'. Will warrant. Merchants ?od others wishing to UIF
tho column* or tho paper will address
JULIAN A. H KI. UV. Proprietor,
February 33 Columbia. H. C.
Tho Poisons ot' the Day.
Tho late tomp* raneo Investigation* in Massachusetts j
have thrown a flood of light on tho horrlblo abuses prac?
ticed In tho liquor trade, and havo at tho same limo dem?
onstrated tho absoluto nccosslly lor unadulterated diffu?
sive stimulant* for medicinal purpose?. Clergymen of 1
tho h lnh est ?landing, moo of tho highett rank In science,
and philanthropists, wbo aro above tho roach ot preju?
dice, bavo tculinod not only to tho pernicious ctTccts of
Ibo adulterated liquors of commerce, but ?lao to tho of
flcacy of uncontaminated alcoholic tonic* a* remedial
and rostoratlro agents.
Kirai on tho list of thin chu* of preparations, beat J
known and most extensively usod of all tho stomachic*
of tho day stands HOSTETTER'S" STOMACH BITTER*.
Thia specific in tho only represonbitlvo af that absolutely
loire *rtlclo whick e minent divines, chemist?, physicians
and social economist* In New England have Just declared
Dot to be n proper subject for prohibitory legislation.
Tho faculty proclaim? by tho mouths of lt* prc fe? so ra 1
thal a stimulant of this character ls a modi cal necessity.
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS satisfies all tho requirements
of science II* alcoholic principle is freo from tho liri
tating constituent* which analysts detects In evin the
lieut Imported liquor?, ?oil tho vegetable oxttacl* with
which it Ls medicated aro among the beat antidotes ind
resto: all von th at botanical (donee. In ita world ? Ide re?
search. bx? yet discovered. It I? an Indubitable fact that
.omo Constitution? ano biblia of boil y demand stimula?
tion, and for all such a stimulant which combine* a uti
billons 'and slightly aperient properties with tts tonio
virtuos la manifestly dealrablo. 0 August 19
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. TuonirroN, the great EngUak Aitrolo
I gist. Clairvoyant and Psychometr.dan, who ha* aston?
ished tho ?cienUBe classe* of tho Old World, ha* now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madama T noa ?TON poi?
ses SCI such wonderful powern of second sight aa to ena?
ble ber to luii*rI knowledge of th* greateat Importance
to tho alDglo or married of either, aar. While tn a ?lalo
of tranco, ?bo do lin oates tho vor}' features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid or an Inatrumont of In?
terno power, known aa the Paychomotropo, guarantees to
produc? a Ufo-llko picture or tho futuro husband or wife
Ol tile applicant, together with dale ol marriage, position
in life, bail lu g irait? of character. Ac This ls no hum?
bug, aa thousand of tesUmonialB eau assert. Bhe will
.end, ulien desired, a certified tvilificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture U ? bat lt purport* to bc. By
enclosing a small lock of bair, and giving place or birth,
ago, dlrpoeJUou and complexi?n, and enclosing fifty rant*
?nd stamped envelope addronaed to yonrsclf, you wiU re
cclvo the plciuro and de al red information by return mall.
AU communication* sacredly confidential. Ail dre* t, io
confidence; Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 333.
Uudaon. N. Y ly March 30
Freo to Everybody.
A Large fi pp. Circular, giving informitlon of the
greatest importai?ce to thc young of beth *oxe*.
It trachea bow the homely may become beaatltul, the
despised reipocted, ami the forsaken loved. .
Mo young lady or gentleman should faU to land iii iii
?dd rcs?, and receive a copy post-paid, by re tarn malL
Address p. o. Dnwrr. 91,
March 80 * lyr . , Troy. N. Y.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER,
CONNORS & CARTER,
FD Tl 1,1 SITED EVERY WEDNESDAY HORNING) AT
Lancaster C. H., S. C, Hiving * largo subscription
lint, it offers a favorabto medium to Merchant* and aU
advortiaora who dealro to extend their business In the
upper Districts of tho State. liste* of advertising lib?
eral. Kpodmen copy of paper *ent on application.
Atigu?t33 '_ _
ALL MIL TO TUE C0N0UER?R !
HOPE FOR IDE DESPOMIING M UID.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
PULMONH] ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MAN? WHOSE DECIJNrNO HEALTH, WHICH
Wai precarious, lind their recovery despaired of,
do now with grate lu! ?manations to the All-Wlae Dis?
poser, offer heartfelt thank*for this timely remedy. Dur?
ing th? short Umo since lt* publia Introduction into use,
tho Originator has most happily realized her moat san?
guino expectation* in mantfe?taUani issuing from all
quarter* of lt* nnparalelled curative properties, for In no
eme where lt h ?A been administeren with Regard to di?
rection*, and persevered in, ha* it failed In lt* beneficial |
In resorting to thia remedy, the Invalid can depend
upoD tho aafoty of every article in lt* preparation, and
i while lt looderates tho healthful ri action? of eich organ
1 and vessel, tho mind can bo perfectly freo from appro- '
I honiton of any ??bt!? ingredient being insinuated Into Its
The appetite, which Improves under lt? administration,
1* at liberty to Indulge prudently In whatever,nutriment
la palatable, digestive and wholesome, sud while lt 1* no
moro than proper to avoid expo?uro to fresh cold, no lear
need be entertained of any liability under thu course oi
trna tm ont to Induce lt. It 1* a pleasant AROMATIC I
ci)liniAL, quits agreeable to the taite, and aa a lung re?
vivifier and balsam of health, lt bi dlstlnguitbing I tad fa*
without precedent, and we truit will, ero long, claim for
Itself general acclamation for ft* unrivalled efficacy.
For tala by the Proprietress. Hrs. OEOHJA RODRI?
QUE'S, northwest comer of MEET IN O AND SOCIETY
STREE TH, and principal DruggtiU.
PRICE BINOLE BOTT LE 81.98.
April 9 ', ._;_lyr
Omoi Cutux or CHUN cu, I
. ? " May 1867. J
The following Section of " An Ordinance lo abolish the
office of Haporintondent of Sirv?is ; to provide for Kelp?
ing the Stree ut, Lance, Alley?, and open Courts in th*
City of Charlealon Clean, and for other purposes," la
boroby published for the Informitlon of all concerned I
For tho duo protection of tho (aid contractor or con?
tractors, ff fi/ururr ordained, 1 nat every owner, le**eo,
occupant end tenant of any premise* fronting, ia any
.beet, '-ano, alloy, or open court, ebal] on every day
(Hundir* excepted) have tbs dirt, filth, garbage, or other
ofixl, flared in front of bl* or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and In reed tn os i for th* contractor, by the hour of
?even o'clock, A. M., iron? thofiiit day ol May to the
first day of November in every year ; and by the hour ai
niuo o'clock, A. M., frc m the first day of November to !
tho - ant day of May following. And any parson offend?
ing herein, or placing ?ny dirt, filth, garbage, or other
o ail, In any itreot, lane, or (Roy, or open court, after the
hour* above named, (hall be rabject to a Ana not lea*
than two nor more than five dollar*, for each and ever j
offence, to be Imposed by tho Mayor.
Byordor . Wi?. SMITH, }J.
May is_Clerk of Council
. O m CK OF TH li CHIEF OF POLICE, I .
CiunnarroN, H. 0.. May 4, 1887. i
rruiE REOUI.AU INSPECTION OF TUX LOTS AN I'
X indoanree, vanita, ko., will commence on Mmvtay
neil, et I nit. 0 ?Tiers ind occupant* ar* hereby required
lo we that their premiso* are br good condition and that
nil filth and garbage li removed as required by OrdI
'nance. OUaormepootloxu will follow.
li. order of Mayor OAILLABD.
0. D. RIO WALD.
. . Ohlei?? Polio*.
Hr minn m tm, Recoud Military District,!
CUABXUTOH, S. C., August 17, 1867. j
[IIKWrMM. ORDERS, no. 7<).
I. Dcforo s I"o?l Court convenc? at Uio Citadel.
Cbarlcitou, 8. C., July 30Ui, 1867, pursuant to aulborily
from th reo Headquarter?, and of which llrcvot Brlgadler
Ocncral ll. D. CUTT le Prraldont, waa arraigned aud
w. T. MONELTT, Captalu stonier l'ilut ?loy.
CiiAnoa-"Violation of Paragraph VIII.. Ocncrat Or
don, No. WI.
Brao?riOATiON-"JnIbis, that W. T. MCSIL:I. Captain
?teamer 1 'tint lloy, did rc fui o to grant a finit claaj ticket
aud pa***g3 to Mill FtuMcca HOLUM, from Charleston
to Uoaufort, H. O., ou bia steamer, because of caste or
or color. All this al Charleston, 8. c., Monday, July
t?BMTEKOK-"To pay e flue of two hundred mil Atty
II. Tho evidence In Hits rase shows that on July Yid,
1BC7, the complainant, a rcspecUbln female, wa?, becaiiso
of bur color, refused olbin passage by Ibo accused, who
ls tho captain of the sleamor iVfof //ny, a boat plying as a
common carrier between ports lo this Military IMntrirt.
It mn conceded on tho trial that o uoncral rulu ontiirclnj:
this discrimination bad been maintained on board tho
boat c. miuanded by Ibo accused. 'Ibo guilt of Ibo of?
fender io thus wilfully disregarding tho provisions of
paragraph VIII, OonuralOrdora 33, prohibiting such un?
lawful distinction i, la confessed and proved.
Ho long as (bu lins Imposed civil and polltlcil disabili?
ties becauso nf servltudo or color, commun carrlrra nero
permitted to enforce tho samo discrimination among
passongon. fluch d'aaullltloa and usages havo ceased
erith slavery to havo any legal sanction. Vfliatovor be?
longs of cominan right to cit ir (tn, necessarily follows
the recognition of tho blacks aa cillions, ind belongs to
Tho obligation of a common carrier Is defined by a
Jurist of authority, ss follows: "If bo rarry passengers,
ho mast rocclvo all who offer and treat ill alike, unloss
thoro bo actual and sufficient reason for tho distinction,
aa ui tho filthy appearance, dangerous condition, or mis?
conduct of a passenger." (FAISONS on Morcautllo Law,
Tho observance of this rule bas boon enjoined by or?
ders from thee? Headquarters, duly published lor thc
information and (jU'danco of *H concern od, and viola?
tions of Die regulations ,lbus established must bo appro?
Tho proceedings, finding and sontcne . aro approved.
By command of Major-Oeneral D. E. SICKLES.
J. W. OLOIM.
Capt. 38th C. 8. Infantry.
A. D. O. and A. A. A. O.
Official: J. W. CLOUS, Capt 38th Infantry, A. D. C. an:
A. A. A. O.
August 33 1
Ilcndq'r*. Second Military 1> Lt riet,,
Cn A ll LEMON, 8. C., August 17, 1H07. j
OEHERAL ORDKIIS, NO. 76.
I. Before the Pott Court of Plymouth, N. (!., nrgar-lzci
pursuant to onion from these Headquarter, dated Jun
10, 1807, ot which Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel CIIAULK
BCMTZOKI, Captain 40tli in tanto, wu Preildcut, wer
arraigned and tried :
ADHAM JENKINS, Justice of tho Pesco; omi Wn.uu
DUBTNTHO, JAKES M. El BLT, An lt o un (altai DICK) COOS
Joint IL EARLY, AKOREW J. DUNN INO, WILEY DUNNINII
JOUN HICK, WILLUU C. (alon CaciiBT) DUNN INC
QEOBOK H. MITCHELL and HENRY D. HANDKBO, citizen
of Bertie and Hertford Counties, North Carolina.
charge 1st-"tllolous conduct." (Ono specification
Charge 3d-"Assault and battery."
.Speci/lco/ion-(Tbs following ls a copy of Ibu spociflci
tinu, common lu substance to all the casos except tin
or HANDER*.]-"In this, that tho aud [defendants, cit
zens of Hertford and Berilo counties. North Carolina
did, in ?er ord ail ce with tho decision of an unlawful ai
so-nblsgo ol persons at or near Harmon's Cross Hoad
Bertie county. North Carolina, take ono Phillis Iluffi
(colored) from a school house to soino woods near b;
whore one hundred aod forty-six (KO) huhes, more c
lesa, were Inflicted upon ber person, and that tho sal
[defendant*] did I nfl lr t a portion of nald blows or las!
es, AU thia at or near Harmon's Croea Hoads, Bert
county, North Carolina, on or about Ibo lilli of Kc
it. Tho defendant Bann ESS waa found guilty of assail
and battery lu whipping a negro girl and boy, calli
Ellen and Robert, and sentenced to be confined at hai
labor for ono month, at such place ii tho Command ll
Oenenl may direct, ind to pay a fino of twenty dolla
III. Tho rv instiling accused wera found by thu Cou
and sentencod, respccUrely, aa follows:
Ainu M JETTE twa, Jnatlco of tho Peace:
Of tho specification to lbs first charge-'Not Guilty
Of the Ant charge-"Not Guilty."
Oftho *p.<clflc*tlou to the second charge-"Guilty," ?
cept the words "the said PHILLIS Hu KEIN waa unable
li avo her bcd for ten days, moro or le?*."
Of tio second charge- "Not Hunty." but guilty
"aiding and abetUng assault and battery."
"To bo removed from hi* office aa ; nag li tra to ; thal
be confined at bard labor for a period of ono (1) mon
at such place aa the Commanding General may dire
and to pay a fine of twouty-nre dollars (tia).
WILLIAM DUKMIXO :
Oftbo specification Ant cliargo- "Not Utility."
Of the Ural charge-"Not Guilty."
Of tho specific* tl on second charge -"Gullly."
Of the second chargo-"Gi-:lty."
"To be confined lt hard labor for a period of two
month* at such place a* the Commanding Goner*! it
direct, and to pay a fino of fifteen dalian (116)."
>?NOIU (a"aa DICE) COOK :
Of tho specification fini charge-"Gullly."
Of Um Ant charge-"Guilty."
Of the sporlflrallnn socond charge-"i lollly."
Of tho second charge-"Guilty."
"To be confined at hard labor for a period of
(3) months, and to pay afino ot twonty-flvo do!
JAYES H. EAHLT .
Of (ho specification Ant chargo-"Guilty."
Of tho Ant charge- "Quilty."
Oftha specification second charge-"Guilty."
Of tho second charge-"Guilty."
?To be confined at hard labor for a period of tw<
month*, at such placo as tho Commanding O ou oral i
direct, and pay a Ano of twenty-two dol?an (139)."
JOHN B. EARLY :
Of the speclficaUou Ant charge-"Guilty."
Of the flr.it charge-"Guilty."
Of th* *pcclocation second charge- "Guilty."
Of th* second charge-"Guilty."
tm* FEU cz.
"To be confined at hard labor for a period of twt
month*, at auch place aa tbs Commanding Oeueral
direct, and to pay a fins of twenty-five dollin (105)."
ANDREW 1. I) us? m o i
Of the specification to the Ant charge-"GuUty."
Of tbs Ant charge-"Guilty."
, Of the specification to Ibe second charge-"Guilty
Of fha second charge-" ti utily. "
.To be confined at hard labor for a period ol ot
month, at such place a* th* Commanding Gencnl
direct, and to pay a fine cf twenty-five dollars (136).'
Of tba charge and ?pacification-"Not Ouilty."
And the court does therefore acquit bun.
WlUJAM 0. (OflM CnEDJlT) Il ? NN I NU :
Or the charge and specification- "Not Guilty."
And the court -1 JCS therefore acquit him.
Of tho charge ind ?poideation-"Not Guilty,"
And tho court doe* therefore acquit bim. .
GEO SOE H. Mire: ii ELL:
Of the ipocllleitlon of Ant charge-"Mot Ouilty.'
Of tba Ant charge-"Not Guilty."
Of the ?pacification of second charge-"Guilty."
Of tba second charge-"Guilty."
"Tb bo con fined al hard labor for a period of tbr
months, al such place aa the Commanding Gone ral
direct, and to pay a Avo of ioventy-flvo doll*rn (ITS)
IV. 1 Lo o vide nco In the foregoing case disc lo tes ?
oflawlea* ana iuhtimtn violence. It appears tl
daughter of one of tho prisoners, having attempt/
boat a young colored girl, met with resistance whit
earns snemara) and roraUed in the chaatiaement c
whits by the black. This unlooked for reversai of i
accustomed relation filled tho neighborhood will
?tornaUon and rage. Court en pissed to anti fro
farm to farm, inflaming tho temper of tho poopti
concerting measures to produce torrT among U
groes, A inseting of citizen* waa convened at a i
house, near Ihn residence of the par tu-*. The ac
ware among' thoa? assembled. The Magistrate 1M
was Invited to leud th? ?auction of hi* presence, ai
?o. j Phillis, the young trend woman, waa, sen
Dragged before ihi* MU-con*tituled conda
angry men, whom she - had been accus
from latency to call master, aomo ol -
.ho now heard urging har Incarceration,
ono sworn abe should bu bung, and all agree
.he mult he Imprisoned or whipped, tho frighten
exclaimed that aha had rather be whipped thin
Jail. Thia waa taken a* the expression of the
which they desire V. Burne ?ort of writing w?* dr?'
called an Inden tarn, by which r billi J, having alp
wa* mad? to bind herself a? an apprentice to on
HARMON, who lb oren pcm eoriavatad thal her so
ward should be flogged. Quite enough waa tbot
have been thu* conceded to the mockery of legal I
Idea, and th* impatient aa**mbUge, conti*tlng of
prisoners who b*TS been convicted, except tho
trata, hastened to execute th* penalty a?
Phnh* .wa* oondocted lato an adjacent
where, lt ? ruot toroa sixty yard* rom ob.
any read, ibo was halted and told to take
her dre**, sh* not obeying with alacrity,
the prisoners snitched ll off her ah snider*. Biri]
her wxiat, except of ha ch*mito, abo was than w
i v nv.- <>r WICHO tuen lu sncreajtosj, br whom, according
i i ht' Ic.'lhiieiiy of mic nf thciii.tmebuiidrcd (lint twrtily.
x (I'JC) lashes wcru iulllclcd upon ber half ni'.v 1 IH>
.rilli rmi. Ihren IV.I loug ami cnn half tu I lire, -i- ;;!.tli -...
un Inch thick. Her garment nu* rut thrungli ami through;
blinni mn from the ?nip? mined on lier lacerated
li.nck ; ono gash lu lier Heall tlirco day* nfl. i,
show ed four Iii' lu ? Iii knuth ; thc liea y li'ows
t.fl MI. her permit? at random ; nho wan pi 'i - ! ;
?Iii' wan imlled ; ono waa kicked lu tho nullum M ? ll .
ni bala il m-eiiiK that noe nf lim S.TII- .1, mi rprl
m:' li, 1111111 r. not utterly Insensible t? tho M Ova tuite
sud M a of tile ?Tit lu-J victim wnn on far touched by tho
?poetarle- of lier torture, that tho cry waa wruug from
lilin, "lloye, don't hurt her breantl" Having aatlated
their aa va go vengeance, hertoriuculore, fatigued by their
oxortions, withdrew; not, however, without considering
the proiwsal of ono of the number lo return and glvo hor
ten mun' lashes rach, to stop her screaming. Finally,
tho |Kwr child, wounded and groaning, was permitted to
make her nay to tho houno of her Mistress, wboro for j
days she suffered, scarcely ablo lo crawl to hor unre
?nllleil task, or even U> wear lier dollies without pain.
lu the rev ullin? crime Hunt brierly outlined, all of |
IIIPHI pe laos? rn aro Mlinwn tn have lieen cager par
IICIIISIIIM. In lim lui. nvl nf iiutrjgcd Juntlcu it is to 1
bo deplored Hint Ibo perpetrators ha'o been adjudged to
millen-.. iiuiilHliini'iits w> in nh iptstn to tho euormity of
Tim IT." . ' iiim:" and findings aro o|i|irovcd ; and, in |
view of Ibo dolay which would result from ruvlslon,
the ncnloiiccH am apiiroved, and lim comrunu jell at
I'lymoulli ls designated ax thu place of confinement.
Tb? Commander of tho Foal of Plymouth will seo that
tho sentence* are nzccuicd.
UT COMDANtl Of M AJi'Il (I kSl:i: u. 1>. H. SICKLES ;
J. W. CLOUS.
Capt. ?Ith II. S. Infantry,
A. I). C. and A. A. A. U
Ol r-N Ul. : J. W. CLOUS, Capt Mill I n fun lr y, A. D. C.
and A. A. A. O.
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
THE IiKRKHKIONKD HKOS TO INFORM ms '
fr'onils and tho pilbil.', dat bc has purchased thu
STOCK <IKSIIIPCHANIII.;:Y ?.r .:.?. uto Arm of CHAKI,
TUOMKY ft Co.. and will carry . n tho biielm-sH or SHIP
CHANDLER AND OENEIIAI. COMMISSION MER?
CHANT, at Ibo OLD STAND, No. 18 EAST HAY.
TUEODOHK D. CLANCY,
No. IB East Hay.
August 'il 0
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MIMD AND FOUNDER.
Ko. till Meeting street,
(MOA ll LINK,)
CHARLESTON, S. O
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENODJES. BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills. Corn Mills, Horse
Powers, Verllcsl and Horizontal Sugar Mills, Cotton
itead CriiHheni, McCarthy Colton Oius, and all kluds ol
Inn? and li ra? M Castings, tn order.
April 05 HtsluCioo
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the ?so of DR. JOINVILLE S ELIXIR you
. ni be cured permanently, and at a trilling cost.
The sHtuniebliig ?unT which has attended thia tu
ralualilo lueillciuu for Physical and Nervous Weakness
Jcucral Debility and Prostration, IXIHS ot Muscular Kc
-.ruy, Iiu|Hilctii'y, ur any of the consequences ufyouthfu.
udtacrcilnu, renders ll tile moat valuable propimuon
lt alli remove all nervous affections, depression, ox
.Iiiineiit. iucapselty to study or bualneaa, ljss of memo?
ry, couliiaion. tliimghtn ul self deslruetlon, fears uf in?
anity. .Vc. ll will restiro thu apiietitc, renew tliu health
il' Un-ie who have destroyed ll by .uiiausl excess or evil
Young Men, bo humbugged no moro by "Quack Doc
tore" ami Ignorant piaetllluncrs, but aend un inuit dulay
Tor tho Elixir, and bo at oueo restored io health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cure I* Uuarautccd in every luatance.
Prteo $1, or four bottles to ono oddro'S ?3.
Ono li "Hie is sufficient to ..licet a euro In all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIO PILLS, for the
rpoody and permanent euro nf Oonorrhira, (Heel, L'rr
Jiral Discharges, < inn el, Stricture, and all ancx-llons r.l
lim Killin yu und illadder. euros effected in from uno to
Iv? days. They sro prepared from vegetable ca trac ls
ibat are hamden* ou the uvaleni. and never nauseate the
ibimach or Impr?gnalo the breath. No change of diet
t uecesaary wblhi using them, nur does their action in
my manner lutericio with business pursuits. Pri e fl
Lu her of thc above-mentioned article ! will bo rent to I
my address. closely rivaled, and poat-i>aid, hy mall or I
-Hirers on receipt nt price. Address all orders to
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Marri i 30 Iv No. .?.HT. River street. Troy. N.1
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
rflHE WATER OF THIS SPRINO IS RELIEVED TO
I bo unenuollcd by that ol any other lu tho far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Hs virtues aro such aa have secured
lt tho high encomiums or all who bavo used it, possess
lng, as lt does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and Ionic ipjalltlcs.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practico of Physic, Jefferson Medical Collego, Phihv
liJphia, formerly of Charleston ,H. U.
I n 11.vi,KI.i i in, November IS, 1845.
1 have been fora year or moro past In the habit ol
Laking the water of tho "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga,
nccustorurxl during tho great portion of my Invalid lile
to use tba di H?re-ut wale rn of the several fountains which
Lion up along Hutt remarkable valley, dependent. Indeed,
ipon thurn tor much of lbs comfort 1 enjoy, I am eatis
led that the Excelsior Water ls as well adapted sa any
jiher among them, if not more ao, to tho purposes far
J hieb they are generally employed, ll ls 7try agreeable,
?Irongly Impregnated willi the carbonic acid, bvely and
?parkung. . . . I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to alt who need a gentle cathartic and
lluretlc. HAUDEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
Tho Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, sad
jacked lu good order for shipping, Pints In boxea ol
'oar doten each, and Quarts in boxes of two dozen each
SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY
GOODRICH, WINGMAN & CO.,
I in port crs mid Wholesale Druggists,
No. 1S3 MISBTINO BTREETi
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
HO WIK & MOISE,
No. 1S1 MEETINO BTBEET,
Oppetito Charleston Hotel.
And for solo by first class Druggists and Hotels.
?0CT1IERN EXPRESS OTANV,
Ollico No. 147 Meeting sUv/1.
WITH ALL '
Every uttcntlon given to the safe
Pransnibsion of Freight, Money,
V1LL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHQ
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OP CITARQE.
ll. n. PLANT. President,
April 10 Augusts, O a.
rHB SHTPPINO AND OOMMTSSION BUSINESS I
will for tho nrmont bo rarried an aa usual hy the
indorslgnod at No. IB East Dav, over tba store formerly
ccaptca by CHAKI, TUOHEY lt CO. ? t
Ali persons having Individual claims must present the
.mo, and thoee indebted individually will make pay
I tnt IO JOHN TUOHEY.
Tho Greenville Mountaineer
[S PUBLISHED EVERY TnURflDAY, AT ?1 SO Ff.il
year, tn a I vance. Advert? se men ta inserted at usual
ates. U. K. ELFORD,
May IQ Editor and ProorU'?o?
Large and attractive sate vj' Dry, Millinery ami
Fan*/ floods. Hats, Caps, Loots, Shoes, Ao
lions, ike. '
KILROY & CO.
Will noll HUH DAY, ?id iusUnt. ?I tin lr Salcareoui?.
No. 13H Mooting ctr, . 1,
A wall .elected Block of DH Y. MILI.INK11Y AND FANCY
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Uleirhcd end Drown RUKKTIMG, Giuihains, Calico.
French .od MoumltiK Robes, rrlutoil Mu.llu, Naln.uok,
Linen, Chock and Dr ll. Ladles' and (lent's Dudor Clotb
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ll air Nota, Neck Ties, Scarf Pins, and NoUuns.
A largo aasortiuonl Men's sud Doy's FELT HATS, BoCts,
Shoe., Ac, Ac.
All of tho above- will bo sold positively without reservo ?
for cash._ August ?J
MILLIKAN Hi HVS.
Will .ell THIS DAT. nd Inatant, at .'o. ? V. ..lue
Hange, at lu o'clock.
KU UNITt'HK. Mattresses, Meat Safes, Cooking Utou
?Hi. Dry Ooods. Shoe?, Notions, Ar.
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fTU|E FLORIDA ATLANTIC k OBI.F CENTRAL
X RAILROAD COMPANY having fallisl lo pr?vido Ibo
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minmi DAY OF HK1TEM UK.lt. 18C.7. I will offer fur
salo at public aucUnn, to tho highest bidder, at 1-nko
City. Florida, tho Fionna All antic A llulf Central Rail?
road, and all Its property of every kind. Terms raab.
Stamps al thu coat of purchaser. Ry order of Ibu Hoard
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ll mm A. COULKY. Salesman.
A? gust an ti
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IHUN HANDS ON DALES.
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A fresh supply Jual received, and fur sale hy
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SAW AND ROLLER GINS.
HEN EUE V8 MCCARTHY OIN*.
H. L. EMERY Si HON ? SAW OIN AND CON?
DENSER, for Hand or Horno Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S OIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S OIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER OIN.
BROWN'S HAND OIN.
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST, MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In Introducing thia new Power Into tho mm kel. we
would stale that the following aro soma of the advan?
tage* possessed bv the "LITTLE Of ANT" over all other
Hone power! :
I. Hoi nat strength on account of beingdonble-geared,
which not only doubles the strength by dividing tho
strain on twice the number of teeth, but by gearing on
both aides of the wheels lt equalize* the waar on oho
shan*, and materially lessens ibo friction, enabling the
hornea to do mach mora work than with any other
X IU co m pac Lu im? ami nitrome portability, lt weighing
about one-half aa much ns other Horse powers, and occu
Elnar but one-third the space, lt can be packed In email
zea, thus saving much expense. It la no aim plo that
tho moat Ignorant peraou would have no difficulty In
palling lt together.
3. The facility with which lt can lie adjusted to any
Und of machinery at any angle, either on tho ground or
over head, without moving lt from Ila foundation, will
be appreciated by farmers and planters as specially adapt?
ed Cor driving Cotton Oin*.
HORACE !.. E MER VB
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWING AND REAPING MACHINES.
Plows of all descriptions, Cnst Iron
PLOW CASTINGS, tn ovary variety ; Cu Ul valora ;
Hone noe* ; Harrow* ; Cul Iron Field aud Gardon Rol?
len ; Fan M Ills ; Corn MRU ; Corn Shollon; Corn and Cob
Crusher* ; Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cultora ; Planta*
linn Carta and Wagons ; Canal and G ardon Benowa ;
Sugar Milla ; Q ?ind* to noa ; Road Scrapers ; Churn* :
Hiovela ? Spades ; Hakea ; Porks ; Hoes, Ac, Ac. dar?
li u Booda, of all Kinda, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
' CHARLESTON, S. C.
PATENT 8ELd?-FABTENING WROUGHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
Tl IS AS CHEAP A TIE, ANB TUE DEBT ONE YET
L invented. It la the (.trongeet Tie, standing by teat a
strain of ('(OOO) two thousand pound*. The moat easily
adjusted Tie, aa lt U sclf-fiuitrnlng. Tho moat simple,
requiring only to slip the bind toto tho buckle, and tho
alaetlclty of tba cotton I a* tens itulf, and lt cannot bo
come rm fattened.
For aale, In largo or small quanUUes, by .
BOSS. RORERTS A CO..
Commission Merchante and General A/1 e.nu.
No. M Front street. New York City.
STREET BRO. A CO., Agsntm,
July IS_arno ' Chai le. ton. B. C.
"EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
MiAK OB LT BT
BATES, HYDE & CO.,
' Bridgewater, Motee.
NEW TOHK-ttf W?jft?elreeL
BoarfOH-o PhcsnU "oWLog.
NKW oiiLKAHS-il 0t7eE.ee street
_AU ?TIOIN18 Al ES._
Pvsilicr Sale, shits, SlioubUrs, Strips, llulter,
Vhetme and Hams.
UV T. M. CATHU.
Will tic noli! THIS DAY. on Bruwu'* Wharf, st J/ peat B.
7 lllnl. SIDES
I non Shoulders, In lol.
HO m kum and tub? Haller, all froth, Just oui of Un)
1G It?r?es liagitod llama
in boxen Cuerno.
Conditions cadi. Auguat tl
Hams. Shoulders, Strips. Ac.
nV I.\l ll Hi ck AI.K' AM1KII.
THIS DAV, Md nm., will hr .old bcftm our nhire. Kn.
1:17 Kail ll.)-, al lOo'cltH'k.
Ul llcrri'ti DADOED HAMS
'JOH New York Strip?
io Tnim Iluttcr
I'IIii rt Cheese
Sundry other ARTICLES.
CoiidlUou* canil. August 2.!
Huron, on Aettiw.t of u3 (A)iwerncd.
?IV lt. .V A. I?. I ALI) iv i : i.i..
THIS DAY, lim itt taut., ?ill lui wild bofom our ?lure,
No. Ut) Kant Hay, at lo o'clock, ou account of all con?
:i hin!.i. Killin:]) sillies.
Condllton* cailh. August 22
Hams ! Hams !
? i I : i i i n tn- Ai CO.
Will noll THIS DAY, in Iront of their More, at ID,
35 Uer . J. I" Smith'? choice KtlOAlt-CUltED HAMS.
A H. u.l SI
Shoulders, Strips. Pork, otc.
.IKKKOHDS M ? O.
Will noll THIS DAY, In front of their atore, ot'j>,
GOO choice SHOULDERS
W ki lt, choice lluttor
t!S Mili sugar-cured Strips
IG half lihl?. Family Pork
lu half mil-. Pork 1 rimming*
'20 lnum now Manufactured Tobacco.
UV .11)11% (.. MIL.?.OR Ai CO.
TO-MORROW. ?U Instant, at lu o'clock, will 1K told, at
our micii. .II ..tearoom, No. l i l Meeting atroet,
TUREE I'AUKA (I K K
:a HIIOWN COTTON SHIRTS.
ll? Kunwy Jacket*
70 Holl..r.iilc .Inckctfl
101 pair L'ottoundo Panta
li KITS.-y Blankets
7 dozen 'th Spring Hoop SKI rt u
Thu above ?ell adapted lor l'lautattou uar.
Condition? raab. Auguat il
t'NDKIt DK< KKK IN KUI'ITV.
Hoschrr ea. Af? yer. Administrator.
Will bo auld mue i Ibu dlrouiiou of tho uiidoraUiurd, In
front ot thc Old Cuitom House, en THU11SDAY, thu
?mu day of August. 1807, at ll o'clock A. af.,
ALI, THAT LO 1 Ol' LAND lo Ulla elly altuato on Uie
southwest i omer of Roao Lane and Liue ?tren, nu am ir
lug uurthwardly ou Lin? atroet ntnoty-alx (VG) feet, morn
or leas; tho same on tho Kouth Uno; ceatwardly on HOBO
I -MU? ono hundred and twenty-five (135) feet, moro or
len?, aud the narnu on tho weat Hue.
Terni H-one third cash; bataneo In one and two years,
? poured by bond and mortgage, with inn-rrat i>ayabhi
scml-ounually. Purchaser to pay for paper* and st* mp?.
Auguat 8 _ _lht _Master In Equity.
t'NDKIt DECREE IK EQUITY.
.If ii" ny BS. Molo ny.
Will be nulli, under tho dtroction of the underalgued, In
front of tbo Old Custom Houao, on TUESDAY, the luth
day or M i> lum tur. 1807, at ll o'clock A. M..
ALL THAT LOM OF LAND altuato at tbonorfbeaat
corner nf cunn ii and Cumberland streets, measuring
and oontalnlng lu front ou Church rtxect tduety-two i tu )
feet, by forty (10) feet in width on Cumberland atroet,
and ninety.tlireo (93) foot from north to south on east
line, by twenty-eight feot nine Inches (28 fcot U Inchca) In
width on hack linc: bounding north ou lands-; cast
on loti.f land designated In plat of Charlo* Parker. Lily
Surveyor, dated Ssth January, IB3U, by Number 2; aoutb
on Cumberland street, and wo*t ou Church street. *
Ti rm? i un third raab; balauco lu ono or two yean,
secured by mortgage of tho promisee, with privilege to
purchaser lo pay all cash. Purchaser to pay for papan
and Rlanipa. JAMES TUPPER,
Auguat 20 tutti Master In Equity.
Ticenly Forms on John's Island, seven mites from
BY SMITH ?Ki McOILLIVHAY,
Real Mutate nroltrr*, Ko. Ttl Urond street.
At l'riMU. Hale
TU.VSii LANDS arc lieaulllully located OD tho Klump
River. Immediately opposite Kew Town Cut. First class
long cotton aud provision landa. Tho Fnrnni aro about
20 acre* each. Row boat* can reach thu city In two
hour*, to Riipply the markets. An mimi rah in opportuni?
ty la thu* presented lo persona of imall moana deni ring
to cngapo In farming.
Call at No. 27 BROAD STREET, and aco Plat* of them
Farms. Auguat lu
MU M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. .vi 7 KI Ntl STREET
(Oppoelto AUU I I'.-et I.
C li a r 1 o a t o ir, C. S.
Tho LATEST ISSUES ol tho Pres* alway* on band.
Kubscriptiona received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mall or Expresa.
All CA8H ORDERS wUl bo promptly attended lo.
FUN FOR ALL !
FULL INSTRUCTIONS HY WIIICII ANY PERSON,
mato or female, can master Ibo grrat art of Von
triloqulsm by a lew houri,' praeUce, making a world ol
fun. and after bc-ouiiug experts themselves, can teach
other*, thereby making lt a uourco of Incnnio. FuU in?
struction* sont by mail for 60 cents. SattsAicUoa guar?
Address P. O. Drawor 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 _ lyr
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, llmlsou City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. ll JOHN- STREBT, NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENOIIQ
nf superior quality aro uianofactivrod and offorea
at fair tenn* lo Ibo Trado. Tho public aro Invited
, lo give tho AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL tho prc
I ff renee.
THE PENCILS ARE TO DE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND MilxION
ASK. FOR THE "AMERICAN. LEAD PENCIL. "
HUEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC ROIIOOL, 1
Eaorscauxrso Dxrurratrirr, I
YALE COIXSOK, November 18, l KM. J
I have alway* recommended the Faber I'olygrado
Lead Pencil* aa the only pencil* fitted for both ornamen?
tal and malhemaUral drawing; but. after a thorough
trial of Ibo American Polygrade Lead Fenelia, niau
? factored hy tho American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find them aupcrior to auy pencil la uaa, evan to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Pnucil,
being a superior pencil for aketcblng, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all th* ordinary uaeaofalMd
Tboao pencil* are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; oven the aoflcat penoil* bold the point web;
Un.) aro all that can be desired In a penclL It give* mo
great pleasure to be able tn ?aa il re American* tint thor
wUl no longer bo compelled to depend upon Goxminy or
?ny other foreign market for pcno'l*.
Professor of Dr J -?lng, kc.
tu. i tue 11 JJ au arr* arran:
tO- "AMERICAN LEAD PEN OIL CO. N. Y."
Nono genuine without tao einet name of tbs firm
|00k to IL_December 1*
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NOBT1I CAROLINA.
THU PBOPRIETOltS OF THIS CELEBRATED
W ATERI NO PLA0K, having gone to great expense
?Ince tho hut season. In changing tho position of and re*
pairing tba COTTAGES, gradi n g tho Walka and ereollng
new Building!, trxzolhoi- willi many other improvement*,
will opon TUESPBlNGb for tho reception ol visitor? ou
Saturday, June 1st, 1807.
Reino; situated In the northwestern part of tho Bute,
In a country remarkable for ita bcautly and heal mini?
no**, these, together with tho virtues of Ike Watara, rna*o
lt one of tho moat desirable WATEBINO PLACES In tho
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of TBS SI-RINGS are the While and Blue flaxtpbur, and
Chalybtiile, and they poeaoa. all tao fine.! quaUUae of
theJ water*, and ari gSWjgMll for?lltUaaaaea
nf Om I IVFII BOWELS. STOMACH and KIDNEY8.
^tOmmMUomim by any of the roads lead ?
?.n.tluri wVc.. and at that point the Wettern
^f?tt??- wdl convoy ?mors to Hkkorr
miliare at which puce conveyances aro alway* In attend
.r^^oUe tolerate THE fiphrNOH.
nr WUITE. of the Medical College of Virginia, will ba
at THK SPBJN08 tbo ontire season, and Invalida may
mir upon good attonUon. .
ii??ing?8*'" aocured tho service* of Mrs. WHEN?,
,cd msde ample anangemonta for keeping a GOOD
TADLE, and tho boat Wine?, Liquors and Megan, and
baring engaged Smith's Band for thu Seaton, we aately
promise to all every convenience for 'iploaaure, comfort
md amuaement that may bs doalrod.
BOARD PER MONTI!..'...MO CO
BOARD I'BR AV KKK. IB OD
BOARD PER DAY. 3 tio
Children ander T yean) af atc* ?sid itr
a-axnta Half Prto?.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
May 00 imo