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FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOPER ?, 1867. -
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. vertisement will be published in this jourual here?
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' mean an advertisement from any person who is
not.a regular advertising enstomer of the NEWS.
JOB .WORE.--We have now completed otu- office
so as to execute, In tho shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OP JOB WORK, and we most re?
spectfully ask the patronage of our friends.
CHANGE OF HOUR FOR DELIVERY OF SUNDAY MAIL.
On and after Sunday, 8th inst., this Office will be
open frem half-past Ave to half-past six for deliv?
ering mails. STANLEY G. TROTT. P. M.
Post Office Notice.
* POST OFFICE, [
CHARLES?ON, S. C., inly 6,1867. i
After to-daj the mails for Northeastern Railroad
will close at* o'clock A.M., and to-day and after?
wards they are expected to reach the Railroad
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
delivery-at this office at 3*0 o'clock.-P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. il.
PoSTomcs NOTICE.-An evening mail for Au?
gusta and Savannah, and for distribution beyotd.
those offices, will close daily at the Postoffice at
half-past, ? o'clock.
, ? -o
THE City TiotJ?itrer will continue to receive tho
amounts duefor^pfty Taxes for 1867 unid 1st Oc?
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD-A NIGHT TRAIN
TO COLUMBIA.-We direct attention to thc- chance
of schedule which is advertised in another column,
and also to the announcement that the night
trains will be resumed on the Columbia branch.
DEATH OB- THE. CITY ASSTSSOB.-Mr. DAVID C.
Graso?, for many years thc Caty Assessor, Abd on
Wednesday, at' Summerville. Mr. GIBSON was
highly respected in his different pursuits, bot was1
principally known from his connection with the
city government. f
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I? ACVIDENT ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
The National Bepttblican, of Augusta, sayB: "The
night train on tho .Sontb Carolina Railroad, whian
left here at 4 o'clock P. M., ou tho 2d, ran off the
track about two and a half miles from this city,
demolishing three carn-no person was injured.
The through mail train was delayed at the place of j
the accident, and .the passengers, mail and ex
preas were transferred, and arri vet! hero at. 9
o'clock, losing connection with the Georgia Rill
REGISTRATION ta BEAUFORT DISTRICT.-The fol?
lowing is the result of the registration in fuH up
to date in the Seo md Sub-District, Post of Hilton
Precincts. ~ Whites. ^BlackB.
Beaufort. _. 92 637
St. Helena.,. 6 1483
Gray's HUI.,. Li . $12 j
103 ;. 2*742
Total . .. 2850 ,
MAYOR'S COD?T,-*?ue happy individual,- who
had taken so much mouatam dew as to be indif?
ferent to the evil effects of the night air. He was
found sleeping peacefully bu the pavement, but
was soon aroused and cent to the lock-up as a
trespasser. Io' thu morning he confessed that his ?
sin had found him oat, an il paid his Y penitently.
Asjcolored damsel, who had a fluent tongue,
wagged it so vigorously and made such a disturb?
ance that she was sent up to coventry by her
neighbors, and bad to pay $3 before abe could
come out. :
ROBBERY OF MESSRS. KILROY St Co.'a AUCTION
HOUSE.-Messrs. KILROY, A Ca. having lang Buffer?
ed from the depredations of some unknown par?
ties, made a complaint to Lieut. HENDRICKS, of j
the detective force - Tho case was placed iu tho
hands of Officers CILIPAIAN and CALDWELL, who
goon discovered the thief. He proved to bo tho
colored porter, Frank Bostick alias Yaugn, who
had for some .imo been taking gooda*from ?h?"
store, and with the aid of Nathan Treadwell, a no?
torious Columbia thief, disposing of them to other
parties. The greater portion of the goods have
been recovered, and the thieves sent to jail.
THE GEORG?A LOITERS.-This lottery, v. hie h has
been located with us but a* short time, has already
won ? favorable opinion from -thc community.
The drawings are conducted arith the greatest
fairness, and the ticket holders are almost certain
of obtaining acme return for the money invested.
The- agency ia-this city har disposed of numerous
ticket?, and the holders are arixjouaty awaiting the
grand drawing which will determino their futuro
poverty or wealth. There are yet a few flays left,
and parties w4gB3hg to saab TC a larger amount on a
small invostrrient could do no better than to make
a deposit in the agency and await tho turrung of
. FRUITS, TOBACCO .AND SEO ABS.-Ino handsome
store recently opened by JOHN B. TOON:, at No.
125 Meeting street, near Market, offiarn* great at?
tractions to buyers. Superior fruits, preserves, can?
dies, and the best brands of segara and tobacco are
there to be baa at moderate prices. The deserv?
edly increaai?g patronage bf MY. Toa NI requit ea^k
larger store and necessitated a move from *hia old
stand to the present spacious building, whici has
been fitted up iu a tasteful manner and prese ats a
business-like appearance. The gas fixtures were
put up by Hr. GCILT.TMTN, in Church street, whose
workmanship cannot be surpassed; always giving
perfect satisfaction. A new chandelier of recent
design, that may be raised or lowered at pleasure,
is ono of th?attraations of the store, and is worthy
Essa STREET ATTRACTIONS.-The burgo retail 1
establishments ou King street* have now put on
their winter dress, and present ari attractive ap?
pearance. 'Among tue n\fmcrous repertories of I
dry goods on this street, one of The most attrac?
tive, is that occupied by Mr. JAB. B. Brm. This
establisjuuent has been thoroughly fitted up since
:he war, and is now a light and well ventilated
store'; tastefully arranged, and containing on it6
shelves' a complete assortment of dry goods. ' Mr.
BETTS has a long experience In the retail bttsinesB,
having been connected with the "l?g Store"since
its formation, and understands the art of pleasing
his customers. "
Mr. E. L. KERRISON, one of He pioneers of the
King Street trade, ia now associated with Mr.
BETTS. His numerous friends and former custom?
ers will be pleased to learn that he has resumed
his old business and will find that, though tha^i
cation is different, he is still prepared u> serve
those of his former customers who may give hi?
a call. Mr. BETTJ' stock has been well selected'|
and comprises every article that can pleas* Vm
public. ' *
A Mo VB Et TH? RIGHT DIRECTION.-The 1st of-f
October is generally the moving day in thia* city,
and the furniture carts eau be then s ? ea prying in
every direction, but this change of location is con?
fined principally to families,, as it is seldom that
business estabrbhments cha ogs their base. The
advantages of a better locat ion-have induced some
ot the oldest merchants to fall into lute and give
up their antiquated establishments .for Hue, airy,
well ventilated buildings with -iron flouts. This
laudable desire' to increase their business facilities
_iduoed Meaf?rs. STENHOUSE 4. Co. to remove from
heir old stand, at the corner of Frasert Wharf, to
e building at the corner of Accommodation
arf and East Bay. In this move Messrs. STEN
OUSE 4 Co. have literally taken limo by the fare
k for tho building is.not yet completed, bat
om the energy already displayed this event can?
ot be Ur distant. .
The large flour and grain busiuess oLMeesrs.
TENHOCSE & Co., demanded au extensive .store
ouse, and their new location if? admirably suitetl
ir this trade, tiriginally cramped and old-fash
ned it hus been transformed into a store that,
en complete, will be perfect in every cTe'aiL
IwttBaC is the property of Messrs. JNO. FEH
taoN and Gs* & ti?kao?lf the owners- of the
ano the improvements hare Seen'perfected
their auperriffMn. - When complete this
will b9 -o?s of the attractive testares of East I
y, aud Trill be in .pleasing contrast to the old- J
fronts of tbs adjacent buildings. j
DOWN Farrow OFFICE a C/BAILKO?D. )
CHARLESTON, October 3d, 1867, )
Mr. Editor: In reply to tho letter of
1 'Barn well Far more," pnblisfiod in your paper of
to-day, allow me to state that the freight on cot?
ton shipped at Augusta for Charleston is* now, and
has been since 5th April, 18CG (whon the road was
reopened), two dollars and a half per bale, and in
no case has a doviation been mado from this
chance, which is thc saun? as is charged by the
Central Road on cotton shipped at Augusta for
Cotton shipped nt way stations," fiftyone miles
and over from this city, is charged two dollars per
bale. . From stations less than fiftyone miles
distant, a lower charge is made, which "^Barnwell
Farawrs" eau ascertain by examining the account
saies ol'.their late shipment?.
C. D. BATEMAN.
Down Freght Agent. S. C. R. K
COTTON THAT ia COTTON.-At the office of Mr.
J. E. B. SLOAN, Brown & Co/j Wharves, we had
the pleasure ut' looking at, yesterday, one of the
most perfect samples of tho great staple of the
South we remember to have noticed. Its beauty
of color, and admirable finning, was unsurpassed,
and no one, who having seen such elegant speci?
mens of the stapJe, but that would come to the
conclusion that natnro has given this part of the
globe unequalled advantages for the raising of the
article. These specimens wore grown in Ander?
son District,'in this State, by Mr. CHAS. WALLI
FOBD, and were sold by Mr. SLOAN for 19* cents
pr,- pound. Mach of tho appearance of these
specimens were owing to tho excenont gins used
m preparing lt^for market, which wo learn i<j
known as the "Gullitt Gin," originally got up in
Mississippi, and sold by our fellow-oitizen, C.
GRAVELY, Esq., at his hardware store en East
THE MILITARY VS. THE UNITED STATES COCBTS.
The Wilmington Journal of the 3d says: "Tire
question of thoi-cwer of the United States Couria
j hag been settled at list. In reply t?> ?jfalegram
i asking .foi' instructions regarding ttw^'TTnfted
SbataBxkstrict Court processes against
' this-p?tyy"now in the Uuited States Djo
' shal's hende for collection. Col. FBANK, Vi?Gotu
mandant,. received a dispatch from Gen.-CAHRY
yesterday, directing him not to obstruct the exe?
cution of the writs."
..Thia question ia theu at least settled. The
execution of the writs wilrno longer be obstructed.
That for which Gen. SICKLES was removed, his
successor deeiraes doing. Col. FBANK having
beeu, aa we have stated all along, an irresponsible
party in this matter, is a soldior, and obeys tho
orders of his commanding officer, whomsoever he
may be. That which Gen. SICKLES, as his com?
mander, ordered him to do, he d^ sad-that it'hjah
Ida sacoeeejoif?r?era will be done; notwithet?
it ii Tri direct opposition to' what was ?ra?r
SICKLES," "* '
ACCIDENT ON THE STEKKT RAILWAT.-\Je have
frequently alluded to the practice of jumping on
and off. the street oars wb?o ki motion, and tho
accidenta that have occurred should have proved
sufficient to^eter any ono. irom these attempts to
obtain-a ride. A number, of colored boys have
been in the habit of waiting On Rutledge street,
and endeavoring to obtain a crudest ?ne ride by
jumping on nonie portion of tho cai "hile in mo?
tion. The mos tv* common practice has been to
stand on the iron rod connecting the trucks; ami
to hold on by the ledge piojecting from the side of
the erf. By this method the parties could escape
i ?and eajov their stolen ride ia oouipara
W V W
HOn"Wednesday night, while Conductor COHEN'S
ear waa passing thc cornet of Bali and Rutledge
atr?ete, a negro boy endeavored to jump upon this
iron rod, but from some cause failed and his feel
dropping auder the car tho rear wheel passed over
his left leg, near the ankle, cutting and bruising
it terribly. The car was instantly stopped and the
boy carried Into the corner grocery store. Dr.
OOIKE was called in and every intention bestowed
upon tho sufferer. Though much bruised aud
mangled the leg may be saveiL, but wo trust this
accident will prove a warning to others of the class
who weto in the habit of jampmg on tho cars. No '
blame can be attached to the conductor or drive
aa it was not known the boy was ou the car until
the accident occurred.
THE PBESBYTEBY or SOUTH CABOLINA.-The
Carolina Spa dan says: "This ecclesiastical body,
aa was expected, met in Spartanburg on last
Thursday, and continued ito sessions until Satur?
day evening. It is one of the four Presbyteries of
the Presbyterian Church in this Stale, aud includes
all the ministers ?nd churches belonging to that
denomination of Christians in the northwestern
District?. There were present, as members ot the
body, twenty-three ministers and as many ruling
elders. The proceedings ot1 tho Presbytery
brought up no matters of special interest, beyond
the usual routine of ecclesiastical business. The
reports on the state of religion in the seveial
churches were generally encouraging, and several
revivals were mentioned as having occurred du?
ring the past year.
"The amendments' which have been proposed to
the Constitution pt tho Presbyeer.au Church ia
the South, aud which has elicited much discus?
sion, came up for consideration, bot all action in
regard to them was postponed by this Presbytery.
Its proceedings throughout were characterized by
perfect harmony, rhiring tho week frcquont re?
ligious services were" held ill the Presbyterian
Church, and abie and ?loquent discourses dolivor
ed by members of the Presbytery. The Rev. Pro?
fessor ANDERSON, of Davidson College, was pres?
ent, and preached a sermon of no ordinary
power on Saturday night.
"Thc Rev. Dr. PLUKEB, of the Theological Semi?
nary a Columbia, was also present on Sabbath ;
preac! mg in the morning at tho Presbyterian
Chuyn, and at night in tho Methodist Church.
We need not say that crowded congregations heard
him with delight, and wo trust with profit.
"We aro requested to say that the Presbytery
adopted resolutions, returning thanks to the peo?
ple of Spartanburg for their cordial and generous
hospitality to its members, and to the Methodist
and Baptist Churches for the kind offer of their
houses of Worship for tho use of the Presbytery.
And we would say on the part of our ci tuena, that
we have been much gratified with the visit of the
Presbytery to our town. It ha? been a pleasure lo
us to receive them, and to en'oy, for a few days,
their society as christian gentlemen, and then
services as ministers of the Gospel. May bless?
ings follow them to their 'jomes, and may they
Boon again favor us with ano ?her meeting in Spar?
REVIVAL OF BCBINESE.-buring thia week trade
ha's received an impetus that is plainly visible in
the presence of the nun- ncr of purchaser? now ia
the city, and iu the 'oxes turned out before tho
doors of the wholess'e store? on Meeting, Hayne
and East Bay stree .s. An increased activity in thc
cotton trade has '.a-used othor branches of.mercan?
tile industry to ! evivc, and ^spirit has beert gtWu
to business ge\oraily that we trust will be peruiar
neat. Many ol the merchants in the interior have
only delayet". their purchases until their cotton
could be sent to the market, and the strange faces
now seen in the streets, and the lively appearance
of the hotels, are a proof that though long de?
layed the fall trade will yet be of some importance.
As the metropolis of South Carolina. Charleston
has alway? been considered the market for nu?
merous merchants beth in this and contiguous
States, and though the fire and the sword have
made sad havoc with her fairest proportions, yet
her ancient prestige remains, and those mer?
chants who still continue their purchases will find
that the advantages offered are the same as when
she was the Queen City of the South, lt is grati?
fying to see that numbers adhere to their old al?
legiance, and have not been induced to leave firm
friends by tho specious arguments of their oppo?
nent?. The merchants of Charleston have strain?
ed every nerve to accommodate their customers,
aud the steck? now ia their establishments are
roily equal to the demande of the trade.
Ou East Bay* among the large grocery and auc?
tion "stores considerable activity prevails, and the
country and city customers vie with each other iu
the purchase of goods. Large Pipplies and con?
signment* are received by every steamor, and the
old thoroughfare displays more business life than
for months past. Tho business locality of Meet?
ing aud Hayne streets, though not ao extensive as
East Bay, is not without its tull share of the pre?
vailing activity. The diunuuers are in good spir?
its, and the appearance of the etorea denoto that
the trade han commenced.
Among the changes thal have occurred in thia
section, we- notice that the enterprising firm of
EDWIN BATES & Co. have secured the store at the
corner of Meeting and Pinckney streets for their
large stock of clothing. This will enablo them to
display each branch of theu- business in a more
attractive manner, the large hon front building
Doing devoted to the dry goods department. The
pleasant weather and freedom from any sickness,
should aloue tempt the country buyer to the City
by the S&a- and we feel assured that once here a
glance at the different stocks and a knowledge of
Hie prices asked", will induce hun to go no further?
but to invest immediately.
A TIMELY REMOVAL.-The fraction pf a house on
East Bay, near tho Custom Souse, which has long
boeu au oyc-soro io the public, is being pulled
dowu, and the place which it occupied cleared
away. This house was known aa the Fitzaimmons
House, BO called from the former owner of
thia property, whion waa sold td the United States
Government for 1120,800. One-half of the house
was taken away in order to allow room for the new
CuBtom House steps. The remaining half was
boarded up and was used as an office for the archi?
tect, and during the war by tho naval officers. The
old house has seen its day, and it is now full time
that it should be levellel to the ground.
AUCTION SALE EXTBAOBDENABY.-We haye merely
to reler om readers to the catalogue of goods ad?
vertised by Messrs. MCKAY <fc CAMPBELL, to he sold
at their large auction house, opposite the Pavilion
Hotel. We havt? seldom seen a more varied col?
lection of goods, and think that the customers of
MCKAY k CAMPBELL will be able to furnish their
houses from garret to cellar, besides keeping a
small store. To enumerate the gooda would be
impossible, and we will only say that the list em?
braces every article known to the mind of man? I
Some of the goods are subject to a peremptory
sale, but the entiro lot demands tho attention ot'
purchasers, as the goods will no doubt ba sold
much lower than the usual market prices.
If yon want cheat Blank Books;
If yon want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa
pot, .Vc; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
ht yon want Printing executed neatly; '
If you want Booka bound in any style, or Account
Booka made to order, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARKIS, NO. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS OF JOH WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Auction kales Tbii Day.
KILHOY A Co. will sell this day, at 10 o'clock, at their
salesrooms, No. 138 Meeting street, furniture, coun?
ters, desks, wagons, (?c., Ac.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL wiU sell this day, at 10 o'clock,
at their auctlou salesrooms, No. 13a Meeting street, car?
pets, furniture, show cases, cheese, whiskey, Ac; and
immediately after Ute above, cases* millinery goods,
ladles' and misses' hat?, dry goods, ready-made clothing,
MILES DRAKE will seU this day, at lO o'clock, at his
store, corner of Kiug aud Liberty streets, boots and
A, H. ABRAHAMS A BOM will sell thia day, at 10 o'clock,
at their salesroom, No. 3& Heyne street, mackerel, bis?
cuits, soap, segars, Ac.
A Fact Worth Knowing.
The best investment for an Invalid, .who suffer* from
debility or loss of appetite, ls a bottle of PANENIN'S Bb- I
patio Bitter?, as it wiU be sure to give relief. For sale by
all Druggists. f
A Cara. .
What is TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what aro its effects? These are ques?
tions which tho great American public has a right to
ask, aud it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
sahne, cathartic, alterative and tonic, and is most care?
fully prepared in the form of a snow white ponder, con?
taining all the wonderful medical proport! >s of the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effecta-we would eay that those who have tested
the preparation' are the beat judges, and they, declare
over their own signatures that the preparation will
pr i unptly reite vt? indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. - Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize the
nervous system. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the paugs of Rheumatism. Neutralize. acH ba the
Stomach. Cleanse and tdne the bowels. Assist the
talbng appetite. Cure the heartburn.
If you are a sufferer give this Remedy one trial, and it
will convince yon of th* above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., Sole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3moA September li
Ken iickj- State Combination Lottery,
MURRAY, EDDY A CO., Manager?, draws EVERY
DAY at Covington, Ky.
Whole Tickets from $1 to $10. Shares in proportion.
. Capital Prizesfrom MOOO to $X>,000.
H. T. PETERS, Agent,
No. JO Hasel street, Charleston, S. C
September li luau
The Time to Advertise In the country.
THE PHCCNIX has a large circulation throughout the
middle aud upper District* of the State. Advertisiuj,
rates as reasonable as the stringency ol the mouey mar?
ket-* ?ll warrant Merchants aud others wishiug to nae
the columns of the paper will address
. JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 23 Columbia. S. C.
A Dangerous Sensou.
Au almost unparalleled quantity of rain has falleu
diuiua the Summer, Vegetation hus been wonderfully
thick and rank, and. as it decays, an unusual amount wi
siokneas may. bav expected unless proper meads, tre
;*keu to prevent lt.
Fever and ague and biUious remittents already pre
v .iii to' an alarm tug, extant, andas jbe Fall advances and
the malarious night fogs' ifcccom? heavier, the sick list is
likely tomcx?asebotb?? th* city and tho country. vJt ia,
thoafore, only an act of common prudence to koop the
\ ital forces in tull vigor, BO that they may resist tho uu
l i etd thy influences of tho season. Rofntorced by the
tonic op?ration of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
the system, Thowever weak and susceptible, naturally
wiD, in nine cases o?fcof ton, successfully combat every
species of atmospheric poison hy which epidemics aro1
During tho months of September, October and No?
vember the difference in tcmperrraro betweon day and
night is very groat, and thc chilling dows and mists of |
the season arc the prolific cansos of indigestion, cholero
morbup, di arrha? and dysentery. Beating this in mind,
remember, also, that tho PITTERS not only invigorate
the stomach and brace thc norvoe, but act specifically
upon tho bowels and the liver, imparting to those im?
portant organs regularity and tone. It is ntrt reasonable '
to oxpect immunity from prevalent complaints if no
precautions arc taken to escape them
HOS TETTER'S BITTERS aro at once pleasant to the
taste, and thc most certain of all safeguards agaiast fe?
brile ailments. 5 October 1
Know thy Destiny.
.Minuit E. F. TU?BNTOS. the great KuglisU Astrolo?
gist, Clalrvoyaut and Psychometrician, who baa aston?
ished the scientific classes ol the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself ai Hudson, N. Y. Ma J ams TaoRsroN pos?
sesses suoa wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble ber ta impart knowledge of the greatest importance
to the siugle or married of either sex. While lu a statu
of trance, sho delineates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of au instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psychomolrope, guarantees to
produce a Lite-like picture ol'.the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with date ot marriage, position
tn bte, leading -its of character, Ac. Thia ls no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials eau assert She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of bair, and giving place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mad,
All co.arnruiicationa sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON; P. O. Sox 223,
Hudson. N. T ly S March 30
Freo to Everybody.
A Large 0 pp. Circular, giving iufSrmatlou- of the
(.featest importance to the young of both sexes.
It teaches how tbe Romely may become bejjjjar?ful. lit?
despised respected, nd tin-, forsaken loved.
No yoong Lady or gentleman should fall to send their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Add russ p. t>. Um wer, ?tl,
March HO lyr Tro/, N. I*.
?SL10W reVERAKD SMALL IO.
NEW YOKE, June ls, l?iiT.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. SHIPPING MERCHANTS
ol the City of New Yolk, from the oft repeated testimony
of many thfiereut Sea Captains, in whom wc have im?
plicit confideuee. aud feeling it a duty which we owe to
our fe'dow-meu, hereby bear wituess of the great confi?
dence we feel in the truly marvellous curative powers of
MAJOR I. T. LANE'S INDIAN REMEDY for the cure
aud prevention ot SMALL POX. YELLOW FEVER, ?C.,
and we cheerfully add our signature?, houiug its won?
derful nient? and great bles-iuies may be known to the
RH EFT SONS b CO., No. t;t South Street.
CURTIS & WARD, No. 43 south Street. .
J). R. DEWOLF A CO, NO. 103 Broad Street.
HENRY fi PON. No. 25 Ooenties Slrp.
SIMPSON A SHAW, No. ?V (Vendes Slip.
WM. A. MOORE, No. 20:. South street
.TAS. T. TAPSCOTT, No. 8G South street
GEO. L. TAPSCOTT.
Ol Tapscott Bro., No. sr. South si reef.
ROBERT HAWKE, No. at? South street.
And mauy others.
The Remedy has never heeu known to fail. Price per
package ?i>. Forwarded free to any point in the I'tilted
States. Address J. T. LANE s CO.,.
> o. 163 Broadway, New York.
September 7 . , . !?6*
?'S PUBLISHED WEEKLY>T NEWBERRY Al H., AT
JL S3 per annum, and, having a larjje circulation
through all the upper ana. lower Districts of the State,
affords great advantages to advertisers.- 1 - -
'Rates tor advert?a! ngrvery reasonable-tor which applj
io our Agent, air T. P. SLID LU. ai the Mills House.
?X1IO*. V * U. H. ?RENEKER.
November Mt m ?nd Propnetot ?,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL STJPERINTLNDENT'S OFJTICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 3,1887. j
ON AND" AFTER OCTOBER THE 6TH, 1867, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS on tho South Carolina Rail?
road will run as follows, vir: -
Leave Charleston lor Columbia..4.80 A M
Arrive at KingvMe.11.15 A M
Leave Ringville...11.40 A M
Arrive at Columbia. 1.10 PM
Leave Columbia.v.'. .'.10.00 A M
Arrive at Ringville.11,35 A M
Arrive at Charleston.: 7.05 P M
Leave Charleston for Augusta .7..10.40 A M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 P M
Leave Augusta.3.40 A M j
Arrive al Charleston.12.20 P M- j
The Passenger Train en the Camden Branch will ron
uect with Up and Down Columbia Trains, and Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad J Trains ou Mondays,
W'dnesdayt and Saturdays.
SIGHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AC?
COMMODATION TRAIN will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia.5.40 P M
Arrive at Columbia.COO A M
Leave Columbia.3.00 P M
Arrive at Charleston.SM A M
Leave Charleston for Augusta.~ 7.30 P M
Arrive at Augusta.*..6.50 A M
Leave Augusta.4.10 P M
Arrive at Charleston. 4,00 A M
H. T. PEAKE,
October 4 nmwlino Qenoral Superintendent.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO., \
CHARLESTON, October 3, 1867. )
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 7TH INST., THE
Cars will leave on the LAST TRIP from the lower
terminus at U>i o'clock P. M.
_ By order. E. H. JACKSON, Supt.
CHANfeC OF SCHEDULE-SAVANNAH AND
OFFICE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON R. R. CO.. 1
CHARLESTON, October 2,1867. |
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, THE 8TH INSTANT,
the Passenger Train over this Road will mn as fol?
lows, viz. :
On Tuesday, Thursday sad Saturday of each week, the
Train will -leave the Company's Depot, west MSI street,
at half-past 0 o'clock A. M., stopping at the regular sta?
tions on the route, and at the junction of the Port Royal
Road at half-past ll o'clock, arriving at Poco ta ligo at 12
meridiau. Returning, will leave Poeotaligo at 1 o'clock
P. M., and arrive In Chariest: u at half-past 6 P. M.
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AND SEW ORLEANS
Cliatauooga and Giraud Junction,
THROUGH IV FORTY-KINK HOURS.
rn BA INS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:46 A.M. ANO
X 7:00 P.M., making eloso connections at oil polntn
Arriving at New Orleans st 8 P.M. and 11:11) A.M. .
AtT-Paasengers by trains of the Georgia Railroad make
close connections with this route at Atlanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OH OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE,
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW A S
BY ANT OTHER ROUTE
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED
Can be obtained at General Ticket Office, Atlante, Ga.
Oeorgia Railroad, Augusta, Qa ; South Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, s. C. ; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
S. C. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation,
July 13 3iro Western and Atlantic Railroad.
I OTTER I ES.
MisoMt mum mm.
BOYD, WILSON k GO., Manfern.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRESE $20,000.
$60,600 in Prizes to be
TRW 01? Ol HOLLI il!
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, GA.,
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1867.
Ali the Prizes will be drawn!
A PACKAGE OF TEX TICKETS FOU TEX
Q0LL AUS LIABLE TO DR A W $30,000 !
ia, _V i -o
. CAPITAL PHIZKS KKO.M
$5000 TO $80,0001
WHgLE TICKETS from fi to $20 !
SHARES UV PHUEOMTION.
Draws every dey, Sunday excepted, at Atlanta, Geo.,
at 4P. M. ..
DrsmiUeraoaltA?. A43iir3iMon,by TAlegrepti, at 5 P.
M., daily. . ~ .
AB Prizes paid without discount. .
Official Drawings sent eadtr purchaser.
All Prisjes Cashed at thia Oi?ce. f r
kW Correspondents may i ely on prompt attention to
orders by simply enclosing money withfnll address.
kW All orders for %ke)?, Schemes, and information
to be addressee; to ' , JAMES KERR, ?
.. . '. M Manager's AgontT
. Loflk Box No. 584, Charleston; S. 0.
Ornee:' No. 20 BROAD STREBT. SeptcmDer 16
S TIT E LfTfilfl
lo.\ TUE SAVANA PLAN).
FOR THE -
BI?IPI *T '?.
MURRAY, EDDY ? CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,fo)01
.3HH PU 17.KS-$830,010 IN PRIKK.S TO UK
To |>e drawn at Covington, Efnhukv,
OCTOBER lt?tli, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ? HALY MS, $6 : OUAR'I int?. ?Ii*
The chances are tar more lavoiabfe to draw prue* tu
this than in any other Lottery lu the world. TnrcWsrrs
ol' Lottery Tickets should always examine th,' ?chemes,
Piizea paid lu full without giaconut
Official drawings sent earn purchaser.
Correspondents may rely on prompt atteuliou to orders
by enclosing money with lull addrens.*
tftjr-All o'ders for tickets, schemes, ann iui'mmatiou to
be addressed to H. T. PETERS,
1 ni:? d States Licensed Agent,..
, Key Soi: 52, charil .-tou. s. C.
Ullice N.O. Pli Hasel sii eel.
Septembers 1 ??> Imo
-l^-1' " -L. ML-JL_u
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER Aflff. MAGISTRATE;
?AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM OHALMERH
street to No. 77 CHl'RCH STREET, near SI.
ael's Alley. " A.wu-t il
REDUCED PRICES !
JUST RECEIVED. A FBESH SUPPLY OF "BEABD'3
PATENT SLOT TTE,"
'?BARD'S PATENT IM PB O VED BUOKLE TTE,"
which juill be. ?old at greatly reduced prices, and on
Dealers supplied at a heavy discount.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Facias
October 4 10
The Arrow Ties and Paint ed lion
RANDS FOU CALLY ti COTTON
C?OMBINE THE UTMOST SIMPLICITY WITH THE
j greatest SECURITY. They are made of the best
WROUGHT IRON, and have "been thoroughly tested and
approved by tho
COTTON PRESSES '
In all the principal Seaports, and by the Planters
throughout tte Cotton-growing States.
For sals by Merchant? and Dealers ia all tte principal
cities and towns, at the very lowest prices.
MtiT A Liberal Discount to Dealers.
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
AOKNTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
BOYCE A CO.'S WHARF,
?September 25_winni Charleston.
HMM M fm
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Suv?nu Machine that can be
put on a Plantation.
OPINIONS OF THU PEOPLEt
ALLENDALE, BABNWELL DISTRICT, S. C., 1
March L 1807. I
Messrs. Lillie ??. Marshall :
GENTLEMEN: I used, during the past season, one of
"Ingersoll's Portable Cotton Presses," purchased of you
last Septerifber. I have always been prejudiced in favor
of the "Screw Press," and nothing but diro necessity in
ducod moto try any otter. 1 take pleasure, however, m
adding niy testimony iu favor of its entire adaptation to
the wants ot a cotton plantation. It has surpassed my
most sanguine expectations. I have' packed with but
two hands, yet I preter four-two at each lever. My
bales all weighed ever 500 lbs. The first lot I sent to
market averaged t56'2 Jt,s. My impression is .Slat OOO lbs.
le about the capacity of the Press, And a greater number
ol' pounds subject tte foilow-block to too-mnch risk, un?
less the sides or the cotton box was incivased. It Wohld
add greatly to the value of tho Press If the cotton box
waa ten inches longer. In haste, t am, very respectfhllv,
Your obedient servant, Ac. B. w. LAWl'iJN.
1'. S. I tonk my Press dowu and carried lt some four
miles to pack the crop of a neighbor; who failed to have
a "Screw" built: he was HO much pleased that be has
detennhi?ri to abaudou the "Screw" and purchase "In.
genou's Press." ' * B. W. L.
OFFICE OP KINO'S MOCWTAIN RAILROAD COMPANY, I
YOHKVILLE. S. C., April 15, 1887. f
GENTLEMEN t I have Just received your letter of Feb?
ruary, 11th-upon my return tb this place, alter an ab?
sence of two months-and this reply may be too late for
your "Descriptive Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
The Pre?! I used ta packing my cotton hut year
worked admirably, packiug, with ease from COU to 625
lbs. With good active hands to work ll, I am satisfied
that from eighteen to twenty baise might readily be
packed in a day..
This Pj?S* combo.es til.- advantages-.of tightness, aud
consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged l>.? auy one of ordinary intelligence). Great com?
pressing loire, with little motive, power, aud "last, but
not least," it ia worked cutirely hy baud, thus saving for
the farm horses the hard labor imposed upon them by
the nae of the ordinary "Screw."
? Respectfully, Ac, yours. E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE A MAHHHALI., Charleston, s. C.
* For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR aud PRICE LIST
address . .
^rJ^W?^ & MARSHALL,
Agents fer the Ingersoll Cotton
No. 140 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
Juno 17 infff Charleston. 8. C.
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TIE, AND Tl SE BEST ONE YET
invented. It is tte strongest Tie. standing by test a
strain of ('iOOO) two thousand, pounds. The moat easily
adjusted fie, a- lt is sclf^giteniiig. Tho mort simple,
ragtsMng only to slip the band into tba buckle, and the
elasticity of the cotton fastens itself* and it xannot be?
come un fastened.
For sa le, in large or small quant ties,? br .
ROSS, ROBERTS A CO.,.
Commission M.. rehauts and General Agents,
No. 86 Front st'-eet, Ne? York Cltv. !
STREET BRO. A CO., Agents,
July 15 arno Charle?ton. 8. C.
*?AGL?" D OT TON G IN S,
MA OK ONL.I I1? [ l*JI
* BATES,%tTDE & CO.,
NEW YORK-187 Water street
. BOSTON"-? Phcenlx?Sullding.
STEW ORLEANS-dt St. Charles street.
-Augusto.. adS 8mo .
Nos. 96 anil OH fest Houston staseet,
New York City.
4 LL THIS FURNITURE, CONSISTING OF PARLOR,
j\. CHAMBER, DINING-ROOM AND LIBRARY
sUIl^, is of the latest styles, and mannfacrurei of the
??ry bert material, uudcr the personal supervision ot' the
Proprietor, and giasrantecd.
Parties iu the south desiring fine Household Fonrtture
eau bo supplied direct from the manufactory;-or ttose
about visiting Nsw York Will find ltto their advantage bf
examine this StoekVbefore purchasing elsewhere, All
Hoods warranted, " wini :mioe July 31
?W1L Ll AM lWOOKBANlts,
Vl'EAiU OAS FTTTaCR A!SD tfUDMBKR,
J)LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, (1A8
FITTING AND PLUMBING PRu.MPTLi VT
l ['.sin-ii TO. No. Uti KING SiitHST.
AUKII-I :?i Between Broad and uceen streets.
M. M. QUINN, . j
Wholesale & Ketail Dealer
. jm j
N K \V S P A PE RS, ST A T I () N E lt Y, R T C.
No. M7 KIM; ST RICKIE
(Opposite Aun street),
G h arl es ton, Gl S.
The LATEST ISSUES ol lin- Press always ou huad.
subscriptions received auu Goods delivered er for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CAMI ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February 28 lj ^
GENERAL l??EIJJIiE.\i:ElFFI(dV "
NO. 6 STATE STREET
CHAKL?Sl'OlN, S; C.
LABOR PROCURED-AND- LABOR FOUND
Applications to be made at the General Claim OlBce to
H. V. STONIIOUSE,
" . , ... Imo
Carpels, Furniture, Show Case, Cheese, Whiskey
ani Provisions, Mver Ware ama Dry Goods.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
I JNll ?all THISDA^conxmenciM Uielr
MABBLE-TOP CENTRE TABLE, Card Tables, Bair
Seat Chairs. Mahogany French Bcdatc&d, Bure?ma Ward?
robe, SOW, Ac, Ac.
. ALSO, *
. BRUSSELS AND TNGBALN CARPETS, 1 Chest Car?
penters' Toola, Anvil, ftc.
On account of an estate-GOLD AND "SIXVEE
WATCHES, and 2 saperior Sets Silver.
Barrels choice BOURBON WHISKEY, bore? 0f Cheese,
barrels and fir kins of Provisions, Hants, ftc '
THIS DAY, immediately after the above,
Cases of MILLINERY * GOODS, Ladles' ind Misses'
Trimmed Hats-In great variety, DrmjQoods, Long
c lo tbs, Calicoes, Satinets, Tweeds. , "
READY-MADE CLOTHING, Caasimere Snits, Over?
coats, and common Satinet and Tweed Pantaloons, La?
dies', Misses' and Gents' Hose and Half gase, und i
large and varied assortment of Notions.
Maw cash. "_OcioPe - 4
KILROY it CO. .
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at then-Sates Roms,
No. 188 Meeting street, opposite Pavillion Hotel. *T
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Counters,
Deoks, Blankets, one 8pring Wagon, one Covered Wagon,
Assorted Groceries, Segare and Sundries.
UNLIMITED ARTICLES received up to bot* of sale.
DRY eOOOS, ETC.
\EWGOODS! M i?!
SUITED TO TBE PRESENT SEASON,
sf on, mi co.
Nos. 287 and 289
(BANCROFTS OLD STAND.)
"ITTE BEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION Ott OUR
VT Country and City Friends to a complete a jil well
selected Stock of
FALL JtND WINTER
DRY GOODS I !
WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS AT THE LWEST
Either at Wholesale or Urta il ,
Ladies making Pall Purchases, either for home con?
sumption or for friends bi the country, will And it to than*
miscast to call at the "CHARLESTON HOUSE," where
they will find the largest assortments to select from, and
at as low prices as the Charleston market caa afford.
We will take pleasure in showing GOODS in each DE?
PARTMENT, and promise that every attention possible
wm be paid to each customer that will honor us with a '
Our Stock is Complete,
We will mention-a few leading GOODS, as below : -
A full Une of BEST FRENCH KID GLOVES.
The above goods are the best quality, every nair war?
We also have a lui! lino of cheap KIDS, at $1 per pair,
in good colors.
Full Unes of boat ENGLISH HOSIERY, for Ladies and
FuU Unes of Ladles'and Gents* MERINO UNDEB
YE8T9, also In Lamb's Wool and Saxony Wool.
A GOOD WHITE FLANNEL at 25 cents, besides every
A gool line of REAL WELSH (heavy).
A good line of SHAKER FLANNELS.
All colors in OPERA and SAQUE FLANNELS.
We promise to show the CHEAPEST BED BLAN?
KETS ta the city. We would advise an early caU for L
Blankets, as we are showing a very cheap lot, and they ]
.cannot last us Very long.
A FULL LINE OF
CAS8SIMERES, DOESKINS, AND
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS.
ROCK ISLAND 0A8SIMERE& for Business ?nit?.
Wc are showing superfine FEEN CH CLOTHS for Drees
* Together with all of the lower gVados in very de?!rabi? '
IN LARGE VARIETIES.
We would call ?ueeiul attention to a few ENGLISH
LINSEYS-, for Ladies' Di esses, and CHENE POPLINS.
Fall Calicoes! Fall Calicoes !1
IN EVERY QUALITY.
Would call attention to a large lot of good STYLE?, at I
\V,i and 16, warranted to wash.
We aro offering a Urge assortment of the BEST
MAKES, and at very reasonable prices.
We call special attention to a very cheap case, which
we offer (this week only) at rjJic, and ouly to our Retail
Trade, for Cash.
Too ther with full and complete lines ba ?
EVERY DEPARTMENT. ,
jrj?pWo solicit, a cali hom tho Trade generally, and
especially the Ladies.
MEBCHANTS now In tho city will find 'it'may pay,
them to examino the STOCKS at Nos. 287 and 28'J KING !
Graniteville Browns at low ra^es.
by the bale or piece, at .
XML, HEBB & IO, '
287 and 289 King street.
US' All Orders promptly at tended SS),
October 2*_? _ .- wftn.
294 KIN? STREET, ~?94
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he has REMOVED TO THE ABOVE STAND,
and bas just received a fuU and complete stock of
PALL AND WINTER *
DRESS GOODS of A? kinda, CALICOES, --?LAWES,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FLANNELS, HLANXfiTS, HO
I SIBBY, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, ; JIN ENS, LONG
1 CLOTHS, SHEETINGS, WHITE GOODS, ftc, ftc.
BROWN SHIRTINGS AND SHEETINGS, CHUCKS,
Stripes, Denims, Tickings, Kerseys, Satinets, Kentuoky
\ Jeans, Tweeds, Cl orbs, Cass im er cs, ftc, ftc.
4 select stock of FANCY AND OTHER GOODS, an?
ally found ba a FIRbT CLASS . ?
Dry Goods Store,
AU of which will be sold at the lowest possible figure for
CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE
t?o. ?94 KING STREET*^
Corner of Wentworth, und? r Masonic Hail,
IMPORTED AND DOttFST?C
s . _t_0-*t ?**
JUST OPENED AND DAILY RECaVFING A SPLK?
DID STOCK OF GOODS FOR FALL AND WINTER
TRADE. 9t wholesale and retail, <?r cash, at a sniaU ad?
vance oii Northern coste. The stock comprises every
arri?le adapted for the season, and purchasers will do
well to call soon, as bargains will be offered, at
N?. 34WfcKING SWEET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND SOCIETY.
October 2 _--?
VKLt ANO WINTER
WREKIN AND DOMESTIC
which ls now conista lu every department, ?S
WOOLUEJS? A2WD BLANKETS,
adapted to PUuters' use, we have a large stock, to which
we invite special attention. .
MARSHALL; BURGE & BOWEN,
No. 1*3 MKKT1NU STREET. ,
September T ?CaOB
Il ll I ' "
TH1H MORNING, at 10 o'clock. L wfflifeB at m yet We,
corner of King and Liberty streets,
60 caeca BOOTS AND SHOES, fresh stock,
esses HEN'S CALF AND KIP HOOTS; Bair, Ki? sad
Calf and Kip Balmorals, Oxford Tics and Bunnarck*
Ladles' Luting Congres? and Kid and Morocco Bai?
rn o rale .
Cartoons Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, as?
sorted._ ~ . " " -,_October*
Sale on a?count of ad concerned.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS dc SONS.
THIS DAT, the 4th inst., at 10 o'clock, we wlH sell at our
sal ea room. No. 35 Hay na street,
8 KITS MACKEREL , "? "r
2 bbl*. Mackerel - ~ ' '
3 half bbls. Mackerel
41 boxes Assorted Biscuits
20 boxes Family Soap - - .
10 M Segars, ic, ic.
LOT DRY ?OC?3* ' i 9*"^ SUSPEND K RS
Hosiery Hslr Brushes
Psper Collars Combs, Ac ftc
October 4 !
I N K ti VIT Y .
Asfuuifsi cs. Sicks.
Will he sold, under the direction or the undersigned, in
front of the Old Custom House, on THURSDAY, the
24th day of October, 1867. at ll o'clock A BL
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUTLDDiOS there?
on-, situate on the east aide of Ooming street, one door
south o( George street, in this city, being the northern
portion of the lot designated on plat of St Philip's
Churoh land, made by Hobart Q. Phscknay, on the 16th
day of August, 1862, i.nd recorded In the Registry of
Mesnc Conveyance, in Plat Book A, No. 1, page 220, on
3d May, 1855, ss modlflsd. by direction of the vestry, by
Edward B. White, Surveyor, on 25th July, 1850, by the
number lu, measuring and containing, according to tb?
plat so altered as afore Mat 2C fest 0 inches in front on
Coining street, and 25 feet 6 Inches, on the east lin?, by
one hundred and seventy seven (177) feet in depth cn the
south line, and luring inch irregular shape on the north,
by the projection of a hulldlug from an adjoining lot. as
will appear by reference to the said plat; sad bounding
north on the lot marked No. 9 on said plat, subdivided
into four lots, marked A, B, C and B, on said psst, to tba
eaet on Lot No. ?, to the south ou uart of said Lot No. 10,
and to the west on Coining Street.
.?Terms OaeSafjl oath ?-balance narone year, ?ecured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage of premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps. ' '
J AM. ?? TUPPER,, Master lu Equity,. -
October 4 flthf
A Residence of'7 Moms,'centrally t?ccUed,~cheap
BY R. 9Z UAH SH Afal, Si BRO.
Real Estate Agents, No. 33 Broad Street.
October 4 \ fmt
? ? Ul lB^s??.?^?Sn^s??.,?M?^.
CITY TAXIi?-MO.VTHLV RE TUR SS.
OFFHJE-OF MarCTTY ASSESSOR f *
Crrx HALL, October 1, 1867.. \
"Vf OTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN TO AL? CONCERNED,
1.1 that the Monthly Returns for themonth of Septem?
ber past, in couipliaSico with the Tax OrrJasULCV usUned
on tb? 28th Say of December, 1866, must be made'on or
before the 15th instant D. C. GIBSON,
October 1 ' 13, . Pty Assessor.
OFFICE CIT li CIVU. ENGINEER, i
CITY HAL^CBJLBLESTON, September ll, 1867. J
Cl EAL ED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
O the 13th at 12 o'clock kt., for BUILDING HATERAI.
TRUNKS of the lengths and sises given below, -Tbs es
tanate? will lnchide thc cost of excavating about 200
cubic yards of earth, thc aec?asary filling, reforming of
pavements, and grading alter taa.laylag or trunks,
Length of Trunk in Line street.270
Leugib or Trunk In and from lota in Coming streut
ft) the Ud*l drain.-.-.900
Length of Trunk from lou on Gadsden street to the
malo drain in Wentworth street. 120
Length of Trunk from McIntosh's ?ourt to- Bad
cliflo street drain... ..v. 187
Trunks to be^wetveby twenty inches tn the clear,
built of two by twelve Inches prim? yellow pine nlmaka,
to rosi upon sleepers o? three by nine inched, three feet
fong, placed Ave feet from ceases. Braces to be two by
sli inches, dovetailed into the ?ddesc-f Trunks, st dij
tauces ol'five feet from entres, TTi^Trunks to belaid
to grad? pegs fornlshed by the Tamalear. ' * .* '
AU the work must be carried dh with the greatest .
dispatch. ' ^amW^".??Jp ?
Plans can be seen at this office. .
A copy of these apecl? ca tiona must be attached to each
oner. LOUIS J. BABBOT,
September 12 'CItfiiaStoeer. .
PUBLIC NOTICE. "
OFFICE OF CITY- TREASURY, \
ya January 3, 1867. )
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the fellowing Ordinance lice lue? hate laen prepared
for delivery from tbls Office. , Sk. THOMAS,
- City Treasurer.
SEC. 1. /'.'.? it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermemn
City Council auemOUd, That-from sad sfter th? first day
of January, licensee ?hall be taieaout forjsBaarta, dray,
and wagons, used for private - and domestic purposes, lu .
the samo maimer, and accosting to the same provtetoaa
now ef force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, leter
driven Itv hire, except gijtng bands, And eaeh sta*
cart, dray OT wagon, shall be provided with a r*fl*a filil?
taining the number thereof, and marked ?Vi va tr* to ?e
placed on the oatside of the shaft
SEC. 2. No peaon shall he taken, hy the Treasurer as
surety to ?my bond under tho Ordinance concerning Il?
euses for carts,.drays, wagons and other carnages, un*
less be or she be a freeholder. *
Ssc. 3. The io" lowing abai! hereafter be the rates.for
Uceases for public and private carts, drays, ?mials, liv..
including the horses or mules-used thereof; which shall
bo free from othtr taxation :
j PUBLIC OAhTS, DBATS, ETC., OK THOSE CttrXVOTXS IB ASE
im.nrNEss WBA3XVEK, roa nos braxcT OB IBDIHECT.
For every cart dray or wagon, drawn ny ona horse or
mule, $20. 4
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses og
mules, $30. _ -
For every haek and carriage with two whetlay $30.
For apery huck au.', carriage with four wheels, $40.- .
Fur avery stage or omnibus (except lins emaibua/j
with two horses) $50.
For e\ ?ry 4tage or omnibmu^excepl line omnibus4,
drawn by four horses, $60. . .
For every truck drawn oylwo or more horses or mules.
Far every express wagon drawn t.. two orrnate horses
o.ntulas, ??0. .
BBEAD-CABTS AND HU VATE CASTS, II II ii. inst .. ?
For every bread carrer wagon, $&4? , ;
For ?erv cart, dray or wagou, used tor private? de>
mestie purposes, and not to be employed ta the tros*
poraag of good sc ares, merchandise, lumber, or say
ut lier eouiniodi.y, fur eouipsusatlou, elfJhwid'tectly Or
Indirectly for ri* same, ahaU pay fer a lice nae the eua ot
$6, exclusives* the horse or mule.. -. 4K- *
BauusiPtti City QoaacU. thia-10th day of January ?
fi,. ,. I tn the year of our Lord eats thousand sigh t han?
dred aud sixty-six; i
. -? P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor- ,
* . By the Mayor. . _*-u
January 3_W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Goondi.M
i?T AN OltDINASiOtt * ..nr'^'-i
TO BEOULATE THE HTOBAOE Of ' ?kXSOLECU, ,'frs PSO
DUCTS, AMS OTUXB INFl-AJPOiBLE oafr,, ; Vf' A
Smart; Bf u attained by th? Mayor and AwerymmUgt
Oily Cakj?Sil O?,-, m bird? That from and alter the 15? day
of Ju ne-next, it shall not be lawful ra keep petrulsaua?
Kerosene, Bock Oil, Bi KIDD, Bexujjle, or any other'j3k
flammable oiLatr oils an etonga oFftr natoln any eelJaV
storaor bu?dmg south of Line afreet, ma/larger om
livy than-fifty gallons on any oof Ipa or premiaos; tad
any such quantity BO kept or stores shall be csj?amed hi
vassals ot tin or other motahi r. Mnu*
Ssc 2. That Petroleum, its products, or an; other in
Hummable oil or oils, when brought Into the city by*land
or water, may bc kept ?n any lot XfC m any bmldipg la
which cotton is not Etoxccl, for a period; nat. ejajpednu
t-veaty-foux boura, upon tu expiration of wmi^ilme lt
chall he removed and kept in the manner as rto^Ured by
thc awegcangaectton. - ?- , _ - .
SEC. 8. Any person or persons-,violating ,??7 part of,
this Ordinance ahaU bo subject to a fine of tw% b andrea
dollars, for each offene^ rccoverablo-ta any Ooxtrt of cnn i.
patent j uricdictioii. ' .? -Si . '."\??
Ratafled in City Council ttuV.t wentsvarat day of May; tn
thc year of our Lord one rapusand eight hundrsd.aiid
dxtyssstan. J3 y? ?, ^.?
(L.SJ nm> jsrP. C. QAILLABD, Maj*#r...
W. H. SMITH. Clark of Council._ inns 6
Om.' E CLERK or Couvcix, i
Msy 1867. )
The ioiiowuut hection of " Aa Ordinance to sftolish tfcs
office of ?*paantend?i4.ofStr?eU ; to previsfcforifBpf
lug^fhe Sreeeur' LancH Aueytf. sod open eooats in the
City or ChartesBton Closn. and fol other purposes/' ls
hereby published fof the information of aU coacentf^^*
For'the. dire prut. rUonoi tha?id contractor or wt
tractors, tl it further ordalrnd. Vant every o wafr, lss|Jaj??
occupant and tenant of any primuses rrontitm In arfy
^iveet*. lan?; aBey, or opssv. court, ahall on sfarji' daja
(SundayB sxcepted) havelne dirt, filth, gSrbsgej orajbsr
offal, placed hupront of his or her lot, in a barr-fl, b?TO?
heap, and fn readmeasj'or the contractor, by tb* ?War of
seveu o'clock, A. M., lroni thajbst day of May to..?Wf
first day of November la jevery joni ; anddsy thf! hcajasV
nine o'clock,^. M., frcm the first day orrTOvsa^bjrm
i the tiri t "day cf May io Hewing. *: And any person otedr
lug bereis, or phu-ir^'any At, filth, gart?ge^?.oftJfjr
oOal, in any street, lace, or alley, or open court, sitar ?s
hours above-named, ahall be subject to a fine not less
tuan two nor more than five dollars, for each ahd^every"
offence, to be imposed by th? Mayor.? " **
Bvpader ^ , ? ^^?^.'JPSSam
Bira_ Clerk Of OwiflCfl^r
~ FIRE LO Aap. I*
VtYOKALTY (?' CH.iBLEST0N, l. J
CITY HALL, ^^^J^?6^ THP 1
ALL PfiRbONSUESiEOUS OF BEPUILWN<?i?' J~
BuWDUtricta and Waste Pjacss of.tte jgfc?
der "An Act of the G?sralA8sen?ly, givfsg suthority
fo meSry^o?ncfl of cSfen to g%QB
itT^f arire Loan, with a view ^^?gJ^Sg
?CZ??ry Monday to cor.
sider the sam os? . u n sxrmr .
By order oOhe M.yor TLkoSnclL
November ja-. _
JZT&ZL NOTICE. .
?"? OK THE CHIEF OF POLICE, ?
' "'^J^ZaaWaaLESTON, S. C., JUay -t, 1867. } .
rs til F B?*Ui:s?.'?a?SPEt-TION OF TUE LOTS ANLV
I llssaWSawfTBi't1 l1"R TT'UTT-T-"*"" on Monday
iii. atlas?. Omers anAaxcnpant.-i are bereby rec^aircit
fH^Tmmr pretui-es are m good condition aZKkthal
il lilthIB" garbage in removed as required-.tij,, Ordi
"tactm sjefej?ffftitpecuon.4 will loUow. e .
trmmter sVMayor T>A?L.LARD. ?fr*.
. C. H. SIG WA LD.
_ .?*- L.. f ? * >oucs.
v " NOTICE. '
OFFICE OLHRK OP COUNCIL.-TQK FOLCOWHia 1
i lai^e bf Section 1 of an .?Ordinance to Baise Sup.
I ; for the year 1807," is publfShed for the tlasMSlliaT
ol persons seiliug Gooda by sample or otherwise, who Sra
not re.-iddbta oi Ihiscttjji AH MI. ii V( i -ow? an hareby
notified toreport ul this office. a?
--Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold iu this city r "ions not residents, by ?i.ajlnor*
otherwise." * . W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Council I ?
.??i i ? _Jt
HUM MIX & S
?o. 598 B?OA?W4^
? NEW YORK.
MANUFACTURERS AND DKA1.KR8 Di ,
. ' ' ^-*- AZ .
/"\F EVERY DESCRIPTION, TvTLTCH VSTLL BE SOLD
' ) kee than at auy other establishinent tatbact?
&>.d warrauted equal to any made in the United S tatas. _ ^
ta- Descriptive Cttll?gys seaton anni joting. * ' ?
IS PCBLlbHE.D. EVEiTV. THURSDAY, AT tl 50 PEU
year, in a Kanes, A.lviTtisements tnaerted at usual
rats*. * G. E. ELFOBD,
May in Editor ind Proprietor '