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SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IC, 1S67.
PERSONAL-Hon. S, R. Mallory, formerly Secre?
tary of tho Navy, under thc Coniedorate Govern?
ment, ia in Washington.
ARREARS OF TAXES.-General Canby, by General
Orders ISc 116, orders tho Sheriffs of the Districts
of South Carolina to prepare copies of their tas
lists, notine therein all delinquent tax payers, and
forward them to District Headquarters.
Tax COURT OF EQUITY.-The case of Lawton rs.
Copes was continued; R. S. Duryea, Esq., conclu?
ding his argument.
The case of Creighton os. Pringle was also con?
tinued, R DeTrev?le, B q., ooncluding his argu?
lNSTfiUCTIOKS TO OFFICERS OF ELECTIONS.-GonC
ral Canby hus issued an order for the information
of officers cf election!, in which he directe what
disposition iihall be made of the ballots cast at thc
Mveral polling phcea. The order is of no interest
to the general public.
RUN OFT.-The Aaguata up-freight train, on the
South Carolina Railroad, ran off the track yester?
day evening at a culvert half a mile this side of
Graniteville. Ten cars were thrown off, but as
they were empty no great damage was done. The
up-passenger train was delayed at Aiken until
midnight, and the dow j night passengor train will
not reach this city until 9 or 10 o'clock this morn?
MAYOR'S COURT.-Twas evening when the moon
waa low and nary lamp was round to show a poor
wayfarer home. A brick was in his w.iy, pud he
fell over it and into the hands of tho Philistines.
They viewed him with a critic's oye, bet did not
pass hiss imperfections by. He was carried to
their den, and subjected to a judicial investiga?
tion, which deprived him of a few choice pictures
by Skinner, and he was cast into the outer world,
where ho could again look on the wine while it is
REPAIRS OF ROADS.-By General Orders No. 117,
issued yesterday, Post Commanders in this Dis?
trict are authorized, when demanded by the pub?
lic sar vice, to require the service of citizens to
perform the duties usually performed by road
masters and overseers of highways. There will
be no compensation for their services, and any
person fading to obey the order of the Post Com?
mander will be punished as in the case of a road
master or overseer of highways who fails to per?
form the duties of his office.
THE YOUNG .Muir's CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-The
interesting meetings of this Association, that have
been in pi ogress for the last week, will close to?
night. The meeting last evening was well attend?
ed, and addresses delivered by the Rev. Messrs.
Cuthbert and Prentice. These meetings for prayer
are wide-spread, and have 'exceed attention in
communities where no associations exist. Letters
have boen received by tho Association from Green?
ville and Newberry asking information and direc?
tions how to form similar Associations in those
C?ALE OT ? TOCKS AND BONDS.-Messrs, Alonzo J.
Wiu'te & Son., sold yesterday the following securi?
ties : Three State of South Carolina six per cent.
Bonds, for $1000 each, with Coupons attached,
payable on the 1st January and 1st Ju y of each
year, said Bonds issued by the State in 1854 and
1857, and redeemable in 1871 and 1877, at 35?c.
os the dollar.
Cn? hundred (100) Shares Charleston Gas Light
Company Stock, 10 at $13 25, and 90 at $13 00.
Also, State of South Carolina Coupons with inter?
est attached at 31?o. on the dollar.
Tax CONCERT TO-NIOET_It must not be forgot?
ten that the Post Band give their promised Con?
cert to-night at the Hibernian Hall. This Band
has been universally appeeciaied wherever its
music has been heard, and the public ewe tho
performers a debt of gratitude lor past services,
that can he repaid by a largo attendance to-night.
The programme sele.-ted for the occasion com?
prises pieces from the best masters, and cs the
Band is in perfect training, the musical effect will
be fine. Instrumental music possesses charms
that few persons can resist, and the Post Band are
well posted in the act of pleasing. By a reference
to our advertising columns, tho programme for
the evening will be seen.
Nxw COTTON PRESS,-The new and largo Cotton
Fresa located at the Northeast corner of East Bay
end Pmckney streets, called the Union Press, and
occupying a most commanding position m relation
to business with the wharves and with a large
amount of vacant land around for the placing of cot
ton, commenced work yesterday. It has been leased
by Messrs. L. Groning, W. S. Coates and others,
who expect to afford their patrons every facility,
both in the cheapness of their rates and in the
dispatch of business. Tho machinery was con
atructed and fitted by Mr. John F. Taylor, of the
firm of Joba F. Taylor & Co., of tho Phoenix Iron
Works, anc. it works to a charm. Mr. Taylor has
long been i valuable addition to our mechanical
skill, end is prepared to do a large and extensive
business at hu Foundry on Pritchard stree L
HOTEL JLBBXTALS_Miks House.-A.. P. Bignon
and wife, Augusta ; T. D. Rockford, England ; B,
F. Pouat, Washington; A. Thompson, E. A.
Young, Miss A. A. Spragne, and John R Spraguc,
New York; Miss S. Smith, Miss Tay:or, and
George C. Smith, Chicago ; A. B. Farr, Albany, N.
Y.; H. R Adams, South Carolina ; A, Lucas, city.
CTwrteslon HoieL-N. A. Whitaker, North Caro?
lina ; Thomas Reedy, Christ Church ; J. Walter
Hill, and James Moss, Edgefield ; Jimes L. King,
New York; C. D. Owens, Atlanta; R. L. Haig, South
Carolina; Amos Fox, Kentucky; A. W. Lance,
Winnsboro', S. C.; J. L. Phillips, oity ; David
Lyle, Chester, S. 0.
Tav Jion Hotel.-Edward S. Barker, Virginia ;
R H. Colbarn, Summerville ; J. A. Baldwin Gour?
din's, and William H. Blake, Sparenburg; Edward
B. Cohen, Athons, Ga.; W. B. McDowell, R. K.
Furman, and W. C. Venning, St. Thomas.
Uirrno) STATES COURT-HON. GEO. S. BBTAN
pBESTDnto.- The petition of George H. Cornelson,
to be appointed a Commissioner of the United
States for South Carolina, was read by C. H.
Simonton, Esq., ard, on his motion, the petition
In the case of T. E. Fountain es. Joseph Frank,
sn motion of Messrs. P. rter and Connel, an in?
junction was issued restraining all persons from
making any disposition of the property of the
petitioner until the deoision of the Court is pro?
nounced on his alleged bankruptcy.
In the case of ?. M. Simpson, prosecuted for
violating the Internal Revenue Laws. On motion
of A, G. Magrath, Esq., a judgment of nol pros
W. J. Scaife and Lewis Carr, application for
voluntary ba ?kruptey. B. F. Arthur, Esq., for the
first, and W. F. McMastor, Esq., for second. Tho
orders of adjudication and referenoe3 were made
on the motion of the Solicitors.
In AdmiraJly.-Mrs. Jane cs. the steamer Little
Addie-Libel for damago of cargo. Simonton aud
Barker for Joseph Blyten ; Alston for libellants ;
Brown and Mikell tor the defendants. The libels
?nd answers were read, and numerous witnesses
examined, and the caso continued f jr further hear?
ing to this day. _
POTTTNO THE JAIL BIRDS- i VELVE VOTES LOST.
The efficiency and necessity of the Detective
toro? is being daily made manifest. Unfortunate?
ly our city is infested with a blood of black v^a
bonds who live by ir-oft, and nothing com:s amiss
to their dutches. The safety of the community
lie? in the vigilant watch of t JO Detectives, who
are always ready to pounce upon the unweiry
thieve? and furnish them with free quarters in the
JaiL A number of these rascals were lately dis?
charged from the jail, but, true to their first in?
stincts, went immediately to their old trick ot'
stealing. Several ben roosts have suffered re?
cently, and Lieutenant Hendricks determined to
investigate the matter. The result was a raid
upon a "crib" on East Bay, and the capturo ti
twelve jotorious villains who were enjoying the.i
freedom by living on their stoleu spoils. They
were taken to the office, aud, after an examination
before Magistrate Ranapaux, were committed tojaii
to answer the charge of vagrancy and theft. They
wera marched through tho streets to their old
homo the jail, and aa that building contains a
number of similar oharacters whose ssrvices will
ba lost to the community duri D g the comihg elec?
tions, a poll should be opened within the walls,
?nd the patriots allowed to deposit a few more
JOHN ROBINSON'S GBEAT SHOW US COMINO.- Tbo
great showman o: tho agc, the orig nal and only
Jolm Bob:n;o :, with his ostensivo Circus Troupe
and mammoth collect! jn ot wild ai?mals, will visit
us ci Mondiy next.
T:,o Zoological departraent is one of the great
ronurea ot this "show." It is, in eveiy respect,
a modelMonagerie, containing a ohoi:er collection
? i raro bea.;;s, birds, rept?es, and the medium or
amphibious family than has ever beforo been con?
centrated in one establishment. The great white
polar boar, the huse elephant, magnificent Hons
and their mates, ferocious tigers, brilliant but
treacherous leopard?, vampyre-like hyenaB, agile
panthers, buffaloes, antelopes, gazelles, and speci?
mens of the ape tribe from tho fierce and mysteri
( us baboon to the cunning and mischievous mon?
key, are embodied in this great travelling caravan;
while aa aviary of surpassing beauty, consisting
of the rai est and most brilliant plumaged birds of J
Asia, Africa, Europo and America, will embrace
tue attention ot the ornithologist. A curious col?
lection of the rarest reptiles and species of ser?
pents make up the study of the naturalist, this
portion of the exhibition alone constituting suffi?
cient attraction to crowd the pavilion. Tue.
whole, however, will bo exhibited at one price of j
admission. And thus Robinson's Grand Combina?
tion, in stupendous propjition, variety and excel?
lence in quality, can be justly pronounced, beyond
comparison, tho greatest travelling exhibition of
tho age. Don't confound this show .vitb that of
any ot uer, but remember this is John Robinson s
Mammoth Circus aud Menagerie.
THE ROME FOB THE MOTHEBS, WIDOWS AND ?
DAUGHTERS OF oca DECEASED CONTEDEBATE SOL- J
DOES.-There are some of our ladies who are in?
defatigable in their efforts to relie-e or assist tho
widows of our soldiers who died or were wounded
ia the late war. Their spirit is not quenched, nor
is their noble ardor abased. Amid the wreck and
rain around them, they do not forget their minis?
try o: love, nor in tho pursuit of selfish object do
they overlook tho claims of those whom tne iron
hand of war has nearly crushed. In the divine
spirit of charity they eeek to staunch the bleeding
wound and comfort the stricken heart
There is such a noble band of women now en?
gaged in tho establishment of a "Home" in this
city. The ins.itute viii be opened on Monday, at
tho old Carohna Hotel, in Broad street. Let all
who can go and see what has be*n already done
and learn what etil! remains to be done.
This is a sacred duty. All have suffered in
the war, but somo have suffered immeasurably
more than others. Somo have been stripped
not only of property but of husband, father
and natural protector. They are almost des?
titute in the world. What they lost was lost
in our cause and our defenoe. Can there b3 a
more touching object, or one that appefls more ir?
resistibly to our gt atoful consideration than the
caild or the widow of the dead soldier ? When we
iOrget them we will, indeed, have dishonored our?
Let not this noble work be confined to a few.
Let not the sympathy and the honor be theirs
alone. There are various ways in which aid may
be r; udor ed. Attend the opening exercises of tho
institution, and it may be that not only your sym?
pathies but your earnest co-operation will be en?
listed in behalf of an enterprise of genuine and
THE EVANGELICAL LUT a E BAN STWOD.-Purau
uit to adjournment, this body met yesterday
norning at the Wentworth Street Church. The
ni?atos of the previous meeting were read and
confirmed. Rev. Professor D. B. Gammann was,
an motion, unanimously received a member of
;ho body, and Bev. Professor A. Bickle, Correspon
ling Delegate from North Carolini, and Ber. N
ydrich, Editor of the Evangelical Lutheran, were
received as advisory members.
The President announced the fo'.lowwing Stand
mg Committees :
Oi Unfinished Business-Rem. A. W. Lindler,
E. B. F. Perry and 8. P. Hughes.
On the Frcsidential Report-Ron, A. B. Bude, J.
Hawkins, J. A. Sbgh and J. A. Cammann.
On Liners and Excuses-Revs. W. Berly, E.
3aughman and L. Bookright.
On the stale of Religion-Bera. C. F. Bansemer,
r. P. Margart and J. N. Derrick.
On the Synod Fund-John Kiiuck, Captain G.
>. Hacker and J. L. Aull.
On the Seminary Fund-Q. L. Berg, Captain J.
*. Aull and Lioutonant Eleazer.
On the Widow > Fund-Major P. E. Wise, Major
jeapbart and J. L. Derrick.
The tleetion of Delegatos to the Genoral Synod
va> then held, with tho following result:
Cterioa.-Bevs. W. 8. Bowman, A. B, Bude, T.
), Boin eat, J. Hawkins and Professor J. P. Smell?
Lay-Captain J. P. Aull, Major P. E. Wiso. Cap?
orn G. S. backer, J. H. Kalb and J. T. Bergo.
Clerical Mer nates-Hov*. S. Boujtright, E.
luehman, L. Mullor, W. Berly and J. A. bligh J
Lay-Major G. Leaphart, J. F.Sohirmer, Lieuten?
ant W. 8. Ena tarling, Dr. 0. B. Meyer and Major
The reports of the different Delegates were read
md received as information. Also the Parochial
Etepori, which showed a considerable increase in the
membership ol the church, and the report on the
Sanativo of Behgioc, which represented a eon
tiderable increase of vital piety in the Synod.
Tho President read a letter from tho Young
?Lien's Christian Association, inviting the members
>f the Synod to participate in tneir religions exer
:iscs, and tho Secretary was instructed to aoVnowl
jdge the invition and signify the cordial accept
inco o.' tho samo on the pail of tho members.
TEX WANDO FEBTILIZEB.-Messrs. W. C. Dukes
fc Co. have engaged the large warehouses on
Patten's and Marsh's North Wharf, and have
Tor some timo bee? receiving the necessary
aachinery for the contemplated Wando Fer?
tilizing Works. Tho warehouses were in bad
repair, and to mako them suitable for the
purposes intended, over 40,000 feet of lamber
nave boen used. The main building on Marsh s
Wharf is appropriated to the eagiae, boiler and
machinery, the kiter being quite complicated, and
comprising many artistes .that aro unknown to
most of our mechamos. A huge ircn crusher,
.viiicli breaks the tho limo stones and other hard
mbstanoes into fragments, a pulverizer and a
nixer, are the most remarkable. The latter is a
luge Iron pan, which, together with a hanged in
itrament, have a rotary motion, and forty tons of
the fertilizing ingredients can be mixed in twenty
The interior of the building has been remodeled
ind arranjrod expressly for a fertilizing manufao
ory. Mr. D. C. Ebaugb, who has had a long ex
jerionoe in mechanical works, is the contractor,
ind is also interested in the enterprise.
A recent visit to the fertilizing factories of Bal?
intore and other cities enabled bim to furnish the
ho present building wi.h the latest improvements
n machinery, and under his supervision the work
ios been done in a thorough manner. The engine
s of thirty-five to forty horse power, but arrange
ncnts have been made to inorease this force by
ho addition of another, should the dimond ren?
ier it necessary. The boilers are of the latest pa
er.t, and have been furnished by Mr. Ebaugh with
l?verai improvements that will greatly facikte the
i jor of preparing the fertilizer. In close connec
rith the boiler is a large brick vault, covered with
dates of sheet iron, on which the ingredients are
)licod and dried by fires mado in the furnaces be
ow. The steamer, which is a huge iron cone,
ised to soften the bones and other hard substan
:es before pulverizing, is heated by steam from
he boiler, and oonvcy^ in pipes carried under
It would be impossible for any ono but a practi?
cal mechanic to give, at the present 6tage of the
votk, an accurate description of the different
neces of maohinery employed in the preparation
:f tho Wando Fcrtil.zer. A trial has been made
vbich has been in every way satisfactory, but
'aerations will not bo commenced for several days,
dessrs. W. C. Dukes & Co. have, in audition to
he machine room, two large warehouses, which
viii be used for the storage of tho materials em
)ioyed, fuel, ?kc.
It is expected that the Wando Fertilizer can be
umishod at cheaper rates than the imported
t?anos, as tho principal ingredients can bs ob
..lined at comparatively low rates. It is made
inder the immediato supervision of Dr. St. Julian
Rivencl, and is subjectad by him to a thorough
shemical analysis. It is claimed to be admirably
adapted to tho soil or tbij State, and has received
:i favorable report from all who havo teated it.
Aside from its morits as a fertilizer, the enter?
prise will open new fields of industry for Charles?
ton. A number of laborers will be necessarily
employed, and bcues, horns, and other refuse
matter tba? wore formerly sold for a m:ro song,
will now command a nv-ch better price. Messrs.
W. C. Dukes <k Co. ha?..- secured the u .cossary
tu . chicory only by a considerable outlay, and the.,
aro determine! to make the experiment a success.
I: is full time that Charleston should be looking
a:tor her own iotorests, and the mere money that
;? apeat here the more tho city and State will" pros?
per. Cons derable attention bas been paid to the
subject of fertilizers siuoe the war by the fanners
ced planters of Ibis State, and t ie Wando Ferti?
lizer work* will be soon able to supply them with
an article ;->at is not ouly home made, but admi?
rably ad ?pte4 to South Caroh\w ^
THE BLACK CBOOE.-On Monday the long looked
for Thcatro will open, and prominent among it?
attractions is the Blick Crook. The Crook ia an
institution of thia country, and can't be beat. It
represents Eves in evangelical costumes, and Sa?
tans full of smoke and fury. It is the show of the
age, and thc.ro is none liko it. There is but one
Crook, and that is in New York; but tbero are a
number of amallo : Crooks which are soatterod
over the country. Among them is tho Crook
about to visit theso gay and festive scenes, and
which should be soen by every one who ba3 an ap?
preciation of good acting.
But the Black Crook is not tho sole attraction.
Messrs. Templeton & Brother have a number of
specialities which they will bring!before the public,
and which will bo well represented by tho troupe.
The long, long weary years that have passed away
since the Charleston public have seen a theatrical
exhibition aro drawing to a close. Thanks to the
exertions of Messrs. Templeton & Brother, the
past will soon bo like a forgot'.en dream, and the
anticipation of the good tim3 to come have alrea?
dy caused tho greenbacks to burn in the pockets
of anxious theatre goers. A thcatro in Charleston
will be again an established institution. Stran?
gers will be induced to visit thc city, and money
will circulate freely. It is an ovidenco of our re?
turning prosperity, andshould tc encouraged, fos?
tered and patronized.
ES.-There is very little else talked of, on, and East
cf, East Bay strcot, and at tbe mile-long cotton
yards of the South Carolina Bailroad Company
Fir-t, then, there is an avalanche of cotton. The
railroads have upset all proper and reasonable ar?
rangements for the Winter's business, by bring?
ing cottons from the Mississippi, Alabama, Ten-,
nessee and Georgia rivers and railroads, here to
Charleston; and th/ n such enormous bales, "eo
large" and "so troublosomo to handle," &c. "En
passarU" this affords a ?ne thomo for abusing the
railroads, and so these poor corporations are al'
way3 in hot water. Ono half of the year they
catch it for net bringing cotton, and the other half
anathemas aro heaped upon them for bringing too
much, and "too big bales." i?)
Steamships-kept at starvation point for months,
with agents sour and easily irritated, at the pauci?
ty in commissions-are now getting full cargoes
and good rates, and the agents labor until mid?
night, and though weary at that hour over desk
work tho most bewildering, they do with vory little
sie*;p. and como out sharp as a briar next day
for more work.
Steamer rates are "op," but railroads are satis
Sed with the old fashionable "half a loaf," and
keep on bringing "big bales" from the far WeBt at
old rates. One of our Charleston houses in the
shipping business shows, by private circular,
that a bale of cotton can be moved from Mern?
phis or Nashville, Montgomery or Macon, to
Liverpool, ma Cliarleslon, more economically, as
to time and expenses, than by the usu \l gulf-port
routes; here is a point for shippers to cote and look
Freights control cotton preises, and tho figures
for steam carriage now warrant the use of presses.
Packet rates are also excellent, and the irrepressi?
ble "skippers" take to cotton very kindly at |c. to
New York, and Liverpool ships get 9-16 to fd., as
For the first time since that fatal night of the
?rreat Aro, December, 1861, the Union Wharf press
gives evidonoe of vitality. Mr. Coates threw open
the doors yesterday to accommodate the increasing
business; and at both the Anson street press and
this, the bustle is prodigious and the steam engine
paffs all night and the toilers cool only on the
?sventh Day. Wo say let tho cotton come to us;
we are not part?cu'ar about the shape or size of the
bale, but let them come.
As we said before, present arrangements do cot
Savor leisurely dinners and wine and cuts after?
wards, but we can afford to put that off untii next
Summer, when we'll have ample time to do it oom
It affords us great gratification to note that our
shipping facilities are largo, and will be larger,
ind that the crowded condition of depots and
warehouses of a week ago is now greatly re?
We repeat, let the cotton crme this way. These
300 lb. bales are heavy, but it takes so many less
io the ton. Wo want to hear of a cargo from Ala
sama to Liverpool via Charleston.
BAFFLE.- The lovers of horse nosh are directed
o the advortisoment of tho rafflo of a blooded
jhescut filly, which can be seen at McHunny's
stable, in Hasel street, opposite tao p )st >ffice.
The names are \ ?gi.rjtered and tbe monoy doDOsited
it Mr. Hay en's jewelry store, corner of King and
CALL OS CYTOTENAI.-The stationery newsboy,
ind the big e ign, at Courtenay's Broad streot book
ind ti it iou cry store, are as well knowe au the dd
Poatoffice or St. Michael's steeple. But Courtenay
aas marked his prices down. Ho bas brought hie
stock to the level of hard times and cash prices,
ind cow invites a call from those who go to look
ind stay to buy. Seo advertisement
Tax Ton ASS PLACE FOB AN INVESTMENT.
The Charleston Clothing Houso is cow prepared
to clothe all applicants at low ratos. The clothing
?8, most of it, made in the establishment, under
the oare ol a first-olass cutter, and is warranted to
suit in every particular Mr. MATHXESSEN is well
known as an old and experienced olotcicg mer?
chant, and his Superintendent, Captain B. W. Mc
Tureous, Las hosts of friends who will gladly avail
themselves of ,.:o privilege of buying oheap and
BOA en's LINE OF NEW ?'OEE AND CHARLESTON
PAOEEXS,-Mr. Wm. Boach, the agent in this city
Of the famous Merchants' Lino of New York and
Charleston Packets, advertises in our columns
this morning the namos and tonnage of his ves?
sels. Tho line is composed of first class vessels,
oommanded by experienced navigators; and mer?
chandise or produce consigned to tho care of the
agent, will be forwarded, free of commission, from
this port to points of destination. The Mary
Cobb will sail in a few days, and, at this time,
ccr^try producers in Carolina and Georgia can
save money and avoid delay by consigning to tho
"Merchants' Line." Tho J. W. Alien will follow
the Mary Cobb; and shippers will find that Mr.
Boaoh is ac enterprising broker, who is deter?
mined to wie patronage by scouring economy and
dispatch to his friends.
KEHTUCXT STATE COMBINATION LOTTERY draws
every day at Covington, Ky. Whole tickets from
$1 to $10; shares in proportica. Prizes from
$?000 to $60,000. H. T. PETERS, Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, Charleston, S. C.
November 7 _ Imo
Many persons have within this summer experienced
the b?nef)ts to be derived from the use of PAM SKIN'S
HEPATIC RITTE BS. We would recommend them to oil
who stand in need of a tonis.
for aale by all Druggists. a October 6
What ls TARRA yt-? EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APEETE.'T, sod what are its effects? These are quos
tiona which the great Amerio&n public has a right to
ask, and lt also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation ls a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic alterative and tonic, and ls most care*
fully preparen la the form of a snow white powder, con?
taining ail the wonderlul medical properties ot the far
famed baltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that thoso who have tested
the preparation are the best judges, and they declare
over their own signatures that tl-e preparation will
promptly relieve Indigestion. fceguhto tho flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headu.-hc. Tranquilize tte
nervous system. Refresh and Invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid in the
Stomach. Cleanse and tone tho bowels. Assist the
ailing appetite. Curo the heartburn.
Ii you are a sufferer givo this Rcmody ono trial, and lt
will convie ce you of the above tacts.
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CUPE ' combine - instruction with amusement, and
latts forever, best, simplest, cheapest and most power?
ina Microscope in t.ic warla; inagu ? -s lU.OOU ilmcj, or
equal to utner Microscope! costing >>\J; m ide on an en?
tirely new [ lan requiring no tocal adjustment, ihere
lore it can be r<?uily use ? OY ewry one_?v?m by
condren. A beaut.!ul gift to old oryoun,-; ad ipted to
thc family circle as well i s BclenUtic use; ?lows the
udultarationa in lo d, ihousands o? ULUUK?C in a siLgia
drop of water, ?els in vinegar-, globule- m uiiik, b.> oa
und oiier fluids, tubular structure ol bair, cla va ou a
Hy's loot, a su the colo rat>-J "trioiiina iptraUs" or pork
worm, walch is ctusing so many dcatus arnon, pork
caters; and in ?act the objacts .>hich may bu < xatnined
i i this wonderful Microscune are without number. A.i
aro tnv.ted to call and see its '?rev. uingaiiyiin; pow-.-r.
It took the erst premium at the Ohio Sute F. ir. Libe?
ral discount to Agents, schools and Ita.? rs. Price ?2.60.
Packed in a net box and sent prepaid to any a.idress on
receipt of $2.75. Money can be sont by mail at our n?k.
Address GEORGE MEADE, Drawer Nc. 80, Racine, Wis?
consin, 12 November 13
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
GBEAT SEDUCTION IN PRICES!
THE E.VTUtr, STUCK OF
I BOOKS, STATIONERY IND PMC? iRTif LES
NO. 9 BEOAD STREET,
AT EXTREME LOW PKICES, ON ACCOUNT OF DECUVE
TS PRICES Ii! O?B LISE NOBTH.
AS GOOD AN ASSORTMENT AS EVER OFFERED.
CALL AND SEE AT
?.TERMS CASH."?? 3 November 16
Hear What the People Say.
Tho undersigned having used Professor HUMPH?
REY'S SPECIFIC HOMOOPATHIC REMEDIES in our
famillos with the most satisfactory results, and having
full confiden e in their genuineness, purity and efficacy,
ohccxiully recommend them to all persons who wish to
have safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies at h ?nd for
private or domestic use.
The Rev. Wm. Hosmer, editor of "The Northern In?
dependent," Auburn, N. Y.; the Rev. E.H. Cressoy,
D. D., Rector ot St Peter's Church, Auburn, N. Y.; the
Rev. B. I. Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison ;
the Bev. Spencer M. Bice, Beotor, New Bedford, Mass. ;
Bev. Allen Steel, New York Conf?rence ; the Bev. Sam
uel Nichols, East Geneses Conference, N. Y. ; tho Bev.
P. S. Pratt, Dorset, Vt ; the Bev. John E. Bohle, Buffalo;
A. C. Hart, Esq., Utica, N. Y.; the Hon. Neal Dow, Port
land. Me.; the Hon Schuyler Colfax, 8outh Bend, Ind.
the Hon. George Humphreys, N. Y.; Henry D. Cook,
Esq., editor of the Ohio State Journal, Columbus, Ohio ;
the Hon. B. H. Graham, Moline, BL ; the Hen. Thomas
j. Chas?, Monticello, Fla. ; the Hon. Joseph Benedict,
Otica, N. Y.: William Bristol, Esq., Utica, N. Y.; A. S.
Pond, Esq., Utica, N. Y.; James Plunkett, Esq.; Nash?
ville, Tenn. 1 November 16
Why Shake? Why Burn?
Put these two questions to a man passing through tho
blternate paroxysms of Fever and Ague, and he wfll
probably reply, "Because I cannot help myself."
But be ls mistaken. He can help himself. He neud
Dot continue to endure the marrow-searching cold and
Darening heat of intermittent fever unless he chooses.
If there is an established fact in the history of medi?
ation, ft lathis; that HOBTETlEfi'S STOMACH BIT.
TEES invariably breaks np the ats of this exhausting
Quinine often faut, and whether it fails or not, it is
klwayi a dangerous medicine. It stultifies tbs brain.
The Bitters hays no suca effect. Quinine shatters the
urvous system. The BITTERS, on the other hand, are
t glorious nervine; in tact, a specific for nervous au?
Medicines, a* a gsnsni rois, are ?bad to take." Not
io, this famous vegetable sp?cifia, it ia mild and agree?
able, not pungent and nauseating. The liver is al wara
rreatly disordered in Intermittent and remittent fevers,
md this excellent tonio and alteratire has antibiliot i
>ro nerti ea of the highes: order. The stimulant em
>loyed tc diirufto its medicinal virtues through the or?
iana of the body ls perfocuy pure, and this aannot be
aid of the spirituous baila o- any other tome. The best
4 vice that can bb given to persona residing in malarious
egions, or in crowded .ittas, ls to taks it as a preven
ive of diseases incident to both. Whether used ai a
irotective antidote or a ismedy, lt will bs found wonder
illly enVaaotoaa._fl_November ll
Know thy Destiny.
MADASU E. F. TBOBifTO*, the gnat English Aa tro lo
1st, Clairvoyant and Psyahoaeetr-cdan, who bas aiton?
shod the identifie Claas?a of tbs Old World, ha? BOW lo?
ft tod herself at Hudson, N. Y. Man ame Taos wron po?
essss such wonderful powers ot second sight ai to ens?
ilo ber to impart knowledge of the greatest importance
a the single of married of either isx. While in a itau>
f tran os, abe delineates tbs very features of the person
ou are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of In?
nes power, known as tl? Peychomorrope, guarantees to
?roduee a life-like ploturi of tho future husband or wile
I tho applicant, together with date ot marriage, position
i life, leading traits of coarse ter, fcc. This is ho hum
ug, as thousand of testimonials can assert, sha wl.l
ind, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
uarantee, that the picture is what lt purports to be, Fy
aclosmg a small lock or hair, and giving place ol binn,
ga, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cent
nd stamped envelops ac dressed to youneii, you will rv
Ure the picture and desired Information by remrn mail.
II communication! sacredly confidential. Addrosv le
onndence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 223,
rudson. N. Y ly March a.
Free to Everybody. .
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
rea test importance to the young of both sexos.
It leaches how the hamcty pw<S p acorns beautiful, tb"
esplsed respected, and tho forsaken lo\ ed.
No young lady or gentleman should fall to tend theil
ddreM, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
March SO lyr Tror. N. Y.
FILL IND W1NTFR GOODS
FOR GENTLE BTE Sf.
DOBB?UM & MENEE,
MERCK ANT TAILORS,
10. 186 KING STREET, THREE DOORS ABOVE
EAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF FALL
AND WINI SR GOODS of every description, butts
itted In the highest style, and aa cheaply ss can ba done
y any other establishment in the city. Full eatisfaction
naran teed. thstulmo October 17
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CA38IMER..8 AND VEST?
IA US, which they are prepared to mai o up, OR WILL
i ELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
accra AS :
TH TTE LINEN BOSCH SHIRTS, 8HAKSPEABE COL
ilsrlno and Shaker Flaunol Undarshtrta and Drawers
Juke of Ediu urgh Cravat Ilea
suspender*. Kid Glover
'Juan cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Half Hos?
agHst auk Umbrellas, ale.
ILL OF WHIOH IBIS WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, ]?ATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct impoitation hom Liverpool, which wc
ifier at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable redaction
rom import cost, or ;i? low as the interior article ot
American Flannels. They are all Wool without mixture
if shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladies' Ba.mo
Nos. 33 ANO 34 BROAD STREET.
LEID PENCIL OOflfPANf.
Factory, Hodson City, N. i.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. ?4 JOn.N STREET, NEW YORK.
ALL 8TYLE3 AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL
of superior quality are manufactured and offeree
at tau- terms to tho Trade. The public are tnvitt?
to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL TB h
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND Nix ION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC 8CH0OL, )
EwonrxKBTso DEr-aniKEyr, }
YALE COLLEOE, November 16, 1806. I
I have always recommended tho Faber Polysrndf
Lead Pencils as tho only pencils fitted tor both ornamcn
>al and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of the American Polygrade Lead Pencil?, man
utaelured by the American Lead Pencil Company, Neu
Cork. I find them superior to any pencil lu uso, ??ven tc
'he Fabor or the old English Cumberland Lead Pencil.
Deine s superior pencil for bketchinp, ornamental and
BK ch'anlcal drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
^Tbeae pencils aro very finely graded aud have a very j
?mooth lead ; even th? sottest pendis hold the i>oint well. ?
lev are all that can 'ae desired in a peneiL it irlves mc i
?re'at pleasure to be able to assure Americans that tbev '
.ilTno lon^r be compelled to depend upon Uernianv oi
'.ny other ibralgn tu-tket ior peat-la.
Professor ol Dr; Lug, Ai.
ALL PENCILS AUF STAWPED:
ay "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y.?
None 2?mulue without t :c exact name of the firm
look to lt._December i8
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near St.
Mlchasl'a Allay. August 31
DRY GOOOS, ETC
inst opened, and receiving by every
steamer, a foll assortment of
Lace Goods and Em
OUR CLOAK BOOM IS NOW FULL. A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF SILK AND CLOTH SACQUES,
BASQUES, CIRCULARS AND SHAWLS ON HAND AND
ARRIVING PER EVERY STEAMER.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
A RICH AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF DRESS
JOODS, consisting of BLACK AND COLOBED SILKS,
rOPLLNd, EMPRESS CLOTHS, ALPACAS, and also
DRE-S GOOD6 OF THE LOWER GRADES, CALICOES,
1HEETINGS, SHIRTING, WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY
?.ND GLOVES, DR i SS TRIMMINGS, In great variety;
inda foll assortment o' FANCY GOODS.
AU of which will be aold at the lowest markst ratas.
J. R. READ & CO.,
NO. 263 KING STREET.
October IT thstu?mo
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS.
FALL AND WINTER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rhree doors above Wentworth.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
vhich is completo, and cvoiythinpr manufactured
.yus, at PRICES TO CORRESPOND WLTR
Twenty years' experience in tho manufacture ot
nothing for thia market exclusively, gives us the
d vantage over many Establishments who have
0 trust entirely to others with getting up their
An examination of our Goods is most reapeoi
I. L. FALK & 00.,
WHOLESALE 1\D RETAIL CL0I?1ERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
Westside, 3doors above Wentworth.
Oetober M _ thstn?moa
PILL AI WINTER CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 213 King Street.
WE HAVE JUST OPEN LD OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF FALL AND WINTER CLO I HING, to whio:i
ire invite those in want to call and examine before pur
ihasing oisewnere. Our facilities are such t at vs o can
jffar our stook ot R?uulv-mado Clothing and Furnishing
>oods at suoh prices tuat will compare more favorable
than any othor uousc in the line.
Our stock of Clot dug were manufactured under our
)wn su ??vhdon, and can state tuat they aro made up in
1 workmanlike manuer, and of fashionable styles. Our
itook consists ot ail grades-Fins, Medium, and LOW
In addition to the above, we have on hand a very large
itook ot YOUTH''. BOYa' and CHILDREN'S CL >TH
[N'u, of all qualities, i arcnts Will fl d lt to their advan
age to call and m ko a selection. Our -.iset range from
1 years to 18 years of age.
WHITE AND LOLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of sil quali?
ties, and warranted to flt.
We offer a large stock, conaisttnz of Merino and Lamb's
IVool Under-shirts and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shir.s
md Drawers, Canton Fumuel Drawers. Travelling Shirts.
Ul colors, English Half Hose, suspenders, Bows, Neck
Ilse, t-ilk and Worsted Scarfs, SBk and L. 2. Handker
shiels, hemmed and ready tor use; Gloves, of French Dog
ikin, Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets; French Rids, bilk,
jloth and Causimero; Collars, of Linen and Paper, ol
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer for Freedmen's uso, at tue low price of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (-jack and Pant ).
Wo respectfully solicit a cali lr m the dozens ot
Charleston, and those visiting the olty, to oar oomplete
stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, and
will take pleasure in showing our goods to those who
may favor us wi h a call, and we will guarantee that we
will sell at such pri.es that will suit the times. :or cash
or city acceptances GEO. LTTTLE ? CO.,
No. 213 King street,
October 23 tuths2mos Viotoi ia Range.
FANO-FORTES-GKAX?, SUI'VRE A.VD
UPRIGHT-Which aro now acknowledged to be,
by the Leading Artists in this country', SUPEBI' -R To
ANY OTHLR? IN AMERICA. These Iustrumeuts pos
seas every modern improvement, are of thc largest size,
?ni.-hed in CARVED and PLAIN ROKEWOOD CASES,
embracing cv?ry variety of style. Each has tho ml;
METALLIC FRAME. OVERSTRUNG BASS (With or with
outtheagrauc arranu'emeuti. Earn has the FRENCH
ORA D ACTION, acknowledged to bo superior to any
cher in rapid OXCCUPOU. These Instruments uro ail
SEVEN, SEVEN AND A QUABTEn and SEVEN AND A THIRD
OCTAVES; constructed of TUUBOUGELY SEASONED WUOD,
and of the lincst aud best iuaten.iL For OBKAT POWEB.
SISOI.NO QUALITIES, SWEETNESS and PCBIT? OF TONE
throuahout tliei utire ItEOisrEu: ELLGANCt OF FINISH
and GKcAT DURABILITY, the Piano-Fortes ul Messrs.
JENNYS A SON arc unsurpassed by any other m akers in
the WORLD, and have liken the HIGHLbl PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXHIBI:ED. T. e same facilit?eu which
enable this ?rru to produce a SUPERIO.; INS 1 RUMEN"!.
also euBble them to oller their PlANO-lOilTEa to the
pnbUc at IWENTT FEB CENT, lower than any other rutar
CLASS manura~turcr in mc country.
The bpeel.i: attention of Doalers, Teachers and others
ts invited lo the examination ol these Pian.s bet?re mak?
ing their selection elsewhere? Every Instrument is tully
WARRAN.VED FOR FIVE YEARS. Descriptivo circu?
lars sent to all parts ot' the countrv upon appl dion. Ad*
d'cs?, JENNYS ?: SONS,
Nos. 23o and Xii tust ?Ult - Ork.
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. Nowreet,
September QT Ivr
THE ORA.NGEBU??G HEWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY KATURDAY MOSMBTG, AT
uran?ebutf, S. C. Terms S2 per autia?, in ad
During tho spring and fail season; extra copies ol th?
<>I:ANG?;BUKO NENVJ wiJ be circulated for tho b?uctit "
nor advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the mo=t libera
terms. Ad?rese SAMUEL DI??LF,
tditor i irar.re'our. NeWS,
Februirv >.i D~, .>,,! nr-_'. S
THE, ILARIO ? STA'.?,
?pSTABLISHZL NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, I .
Sj published at Marion, S. C.. m Hw . rai l'orti
o? the country, and oilers u favorable medium tu . ''-'.
chants, Druggists, Machinists, and ..il classes who desi .
;o extend then- business in the Pee Deo eouutry.
For the bcnc?t ol our advertisiiig patruus* we sha.l, ts
iddition to om subscription hst, ?laca is constant in?
creasing, publish and distribute, gratuitously, copies ?
the STAR, during thc business season thu FalL
Rates ol Advertising lluvial. _...
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Edit? and Pro?rietcr
!_ ? II -JJi a-J I . :m
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
JA JUE s W. Mc M1 LL A\. THAD. C. JOWlTT,
Late of tho Laie of the Arm of
DAXL7 aZVTB. BTJEKE A JO WITT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
NO 33 IIAYNE STREET, ?
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTKL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material of the DAILY NEWS Office, are
prepared to execute, in the highest style of
the art, at prices competing favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
SUCH AB /
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
Railroad and Steamboat Printing,
&C, &C., &C., ?LC.
GERMEfPMSH Ml FRENCH.
All orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to. '
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
GREAT HEALTH RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR A JUL WHO ARB CO VSt'MPTI VE, OR
ARIO SUSCEPTIBLE TO AW IR ITA
TION OF THE LUA G , WHETHER THE
COUGH HAS BEEN OF LU\G ? ON TIN
CAN C., OR OF RECENT ORIGIN.
HAS RAPIDLY DI91INGCISHED ITSELF F'^R IT8
wonderful restorative and curative qualities. Un?
der Its stimulative influence, am by Ita penetra ive
agency, this health InvigoiaUug cordial excites a general
beneficial reaction, and rllsp< raes the Impermeable ob?
structions which prevent ace ss to other reu. edies.
While gradually reducl ? the accompanying 00 stnoiion
which att?nua the malady, lt reproduces the essential
warmth and elastic vigor ol the respiratory vessels,
which, by this reined - combination, promotes the heal?
ing process by which relief and cure ia effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, wita every other
As nether narcotic nor emetic properties of any kind
are employed 11 this Pul onie Compound, and the most
- isiduous attention given tn the qua.Ly and medici
valuo ot' eaoo com; oaent article wJl .n coustitute it, it ia
confidently and oonsi iontiou-ly recommended ? r Its
s ieiy and reliability, without restriction in generous,
wholesome diet, or apprehen lou ot renewed cold irom
for sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress, Mrs,
C(-.CILIA BOUitIO JES, northwest corner of &IEETIN?
\SO SOCIETY STREETS, ana at the Druggists.
PiaCK SINGLE BOT1Li. fcL'^5.
Novemb?r 13 ly
? ?5 tSSiSim**^ *? **
WE HAVE USED GALLIG?'IAN'S PILLS, AND FINL
that they will do all that la claimed lor them, aud
cheerfully recommend theta to oublir favor.
1 U WATT.'', Ex-Qovernor of Alabama?
J. W. a. SANDFORD. Att'y Geu'l ol Alabama.
ROUT. DOUGH LK1Y, JuuVe Supreme Court Ala.
From THOMAS J. JUDGE, Judge supreme Court.
X have used GALLIG H AN'S l'ILLS on my Dlantattoc
lor lever and A?ue, and find them all that is claimed ?01
them. THCs. J. J UDtii?
Montgomery, Ala., September 2?, lflsA
Lowanxs ( oran, Alabama.
OALLIGHAN'S FEYER AND AGCE PILLS will de
Thfy aro iccide lly the best medicine for Chills aud * i.
vev 1 ev<r gave. I would not be wl?iout them for tlx
unies tho price. '? A- GRAHAM.
A MIMOOS, April 17, 1N67.
One box of OALLIGHAN'S PILL? cured me perfect 3
of Chills and Fever. They sra the best mi dicine 101
Chills and Fever I ever saw. A. G. RONALDsON,
Clerk bupenor Court, Sumter County, Ga.
ilONTOOlTEB?, ALA., July 9, 1886.
Mosers. BLUNT * HALL-GESTS: I bBve u.-ed >OUJ
OALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two oe. aaions for Chub ?ir
tever, aud ruid that they effect ah that they aro m icu
cd to do. They are tho best remedy tor ibo disease Its'
i have ever tried. I consider them pcttectly rciiaoie.
Grand sec. Orand Lodge ot F. and A. M. ot AUbams.
ALBINT, GA-, March II, ISC'.
I have med GALUGBAVS PILLS in **J ???
Chills and Fever, with pencct sucre**. ^t?g?
best Fever and Ague Pul put up, *. * ???*?
WHOLESALE Vi CHARLESTON, BT
GOODRICH. WINE JU AB & CO"
Ka 153 Meerang street.
And by tU Druggists, ^^?jfjxi' & HALE,
amn afontiiomery, Ala.
DrrraTD TO LTTEBATDRE, SCIENCE, ART,
ET.0".;?T-T ICR' aud MISCELLANEOUS NEWS
s c Published weekly, by POWLLL A
i lirra"'. <-.
WORLEY. ^"yj 0T srBSCnrpT:o5 :
unecvyj m*xt? OF ADVEP.TISISG :
One Sonar?, ten lines or lcs?. oae insertion..$1 0:)
i 9r cacb subs?quent insertion.. 7">
All Advertisements to oe distinctly marked, or the;
?rill ac published ?m?" ordered out, and charged accord
'".Urobants and others idvertisini ov th> year. * lib;
. u J" nct'on uu tba SIKITC ia.??* areli oe ?nade
THE FLOTEKCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED tVEllY WEDNESDAY. AT FLORENCE.
?j. C., offers an excellent medium to Merchants and
ethers who wish to extend their business in the Pee
bee section of the State. Batos of advertising very rea
aoaable. September 1?
No. 17 Amtrica ttrttt at Auction.
BY B. M. MAR HALL & BRO.
On TUESDAY, 10th inst, at ll o'clock, will ba .old at th*
Exchange, Broad itr ot.
All that LOT OF LAND cn the Weat sid* of Am?rte?
street. North of Mary, known . No. 17, together ?Ith
tne BUILDINGS iher on, connstb.g of a residence of
four square room?, drtsalrT room ? nd pana* , n i two
other Building, in tho re?r, of four rooms each. Ihe
Lo' measures - feet bv - feet.
Conditions cash; purchasers to pay na for papers.
Prime Porto Pico Sugar and Molasses.
BY STREET BR THERS ft CO.
At auction, on TUESDAY, the 19th inst, will be sold at
New Cr atom House stores, at ll o'clock, a. li.,
164 hhdr. prime POETO RICO SUGAR
23 tieri ea prime Por.o Rico Molasses.
Conditions cash in 10 days
$&~ Augusta Carool le and Sentinel and Columbia
Phoenix wilt insert S times and send bill to S. B. & to.
November 12 _
Build ng Lot.
BY W. Y. LEITCH ft R. S. BBUNS,
On TUESDAY, 26th Inst, at the od PostoflVe, at ll
o'clock, w.Ube aold,
A desirable BUILDING LOT, adjacent to King street,
in Borl edi's a Icy, measuring 30 by 90 iee t deep.
'J erma cai-b. Purchaser to pay us lo.' papers.
DETECTIVE OFFICE, )
CHAHLESTOS. November 18th, 3867.1
PERSONS HAVING LOST SILVER WARE. SC--HAS
Spoons, Forks, etc., arced, are requested ta eaU
st this ufflce, as some nave been recovered
H. W.-H NDBiCKS.
First Lieutenant and Chief ai Detectives.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY HE i URNS.
OF. ICE OF THE CITY AS3E*SOR.)
Cm Hii.T., November L 136T. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CO iCEXN
ED that the MONTHLY RETURNS FOR 1H3
MONTH OE OCTOBEK PAST, in compliance with the
rax Ordinance, ratified on the 28th aa/ of Docemttr
1866, must be made on or before the 18 th instant
CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November 1_Assistant City
ro novios TOB TUX UQOXDATIOX or TBB
OST THE DEBT OF TBS COT, WHICH AOGBUXD Os TB?
THXBTISTH DAT OX S?J?r?MBEB LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY IEE MAY iR AND ALDER?
MEN in "ity Council assembled, That for the pur
>ose of liquidating the interest on the public debt or the
?ty, which accrued on the tnir ie Ut da/ ol September
set six per cenu stock, ooi gatory on the corp r.t.on of
he City of Charleston, shall be issued under th? dlrecw
ion of tho Mayor, fe. the persona holding stocks or six
:er cent tonds oi the city, and ant.tied to receive tbs
merest seemed thereon at the time cbove suted, the
ali stock to bear inure.-; alter tho rat? of dx per c.-ut
>er annum, parable quarterly, redeemao.e lu thirty
ears from date: Proveed, Tuet no Dart of said s tock
ii li bu is-je?i tor any sum less Lau twenty dollars, or
bruny fraoaouid p rt of a do hr: Provided, also, aSJ>
il s uns for lu?s than twant do.lars, und f r tesado aj
luxta of s dollar, shall be paid in city bil ia.
a ?c. 2. That the firm of certificate, and mode oi
rausier of said ?kock shall oe subject io the earns regu
ano..s uB now exist ba J e.aiion to o tuer city six per ?tut.
itociis ot the oliy.
la tined in Oby Council thia twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, In the year of our Lord uue tuousanJ eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
(L. a.] P. a GAILLARD, Mayer.
W. EL Satrnr, Clerk of CounclL October 85
TO XEOT7LAXI TUX BUDODfO OF DOCKS.
Whereat, The beat io tores ts ot the city, as well aa the
onvenieuce ol the shipping visiting tho port, demand
hat the channel of Coober River be kept open with smnV
lent depth of water for ail commercial purposes, and.
ree from obstruction:
Be it ordained, i hat in fa ure all mad removed iront
ny ot the city docks by dredge fn^i.inoj or otherwise,
hall be removed oao huudr.d and arty fathoms ttim
Lae end of the dock.
abe Harbor Master shall be furnished with a copy of
ala Ordinance, whu-h he ls required acriody to enforce;
nd to report tor prosecution au violations of tue same;
rhioh shall suuject th J party so offending to a flus not
xceediug one hundred dol?ais tor eacu and every
uti a ed in City Council this eight day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight nuudred sad
IL.S.J P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. tL barra. Clerk of Council._cctober 18
iiL<ii." .\ UTI cn;.
OFFICE OF Ornt TKES-SURT, I
January 3? 1807./
PUBLIC NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN l'HA'l' UNurB
; he following Ordinance lit enees have boen yrep-rtd
arl ??.very trom this Office, t?. TtfUuiAs,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder mri.tn
'ity duucil assembled, Ihat from and arter the ur.t er; .
? danu ly, lioeuaea snail be taken out for kl] caris, drrj.
od wa .i ns, used ;or private and domestic purposes, a
ie same luauuer, and accord ina to tue muna provisicx-e
ow of loree in relutiou to carts, drays and wagons, lei ex
riven tor lure, except giving bouda. And oacaiai.it*
art, dray or wayou, ?nab be provided witli a by aye ec -
lining the number merool, aud marked Private, to t
laced on thc outside oi tue snail,
SEC. 2. No person shan be taken by the Treasurer ss
ureiy to any bou>> under the ordinance couemmu-1 -
eases tor carts, drays, wagons and outer carnages, ur*
ass he or she be u I -eeholder.
ate. 3. tho toliow ug suail hareaftec be tue rate, n r
icenees for public and private .arts, drays, wuuoiu, *. -
?iciucunK (he norse* or mules USWJ uiureot, winch sui C
ie (ree troui oiuex taxation;
Haue caira, HUAIS, BO, OB THOSK sncpu>rxi> DUM
uUawaas ?iuibVi.L, iel a uuLB muter ou I?UJUIACI.
For every cnn, dray or wagou, orawp by one uurxr OX
t or every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two uorse ot
For every aack and carriage with iwo wu eels, 820.
For every uue* and carnage wi tu io ur whee.*, ?Kl.
For every stag? or ouiuiuus (except liue cum? tts
.itu two uorsoa. j?o.
for every liage or o tani bus except bne uuaio sv
Irawu by mux uorses, ?Ou.
For every truck .irawu oj two or more horses or mu es.
For every express wagon drawn Dy two or more hones
ir mules, ?40.
BUE Ali CAtCra A5D FXXVATX OABXS, DRATS, S TC
For every brean cart or wagon, ?5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or dov
a estie purposes, and not to be employed at the trana
toning ol goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, ox any
H uer commodity, tor compensation, either directly or
adirecuy tor the saine, shaii pay for a Ucuuae the sum o'
exclusive ot die uorse or mule.
Raab ed in city Couiuiu, thia lath day o? Jaauaty
II? a.) Ul tue year oi our uor-J out, tuouaaud eight hus
dred aud sixty-six.
By the AU)m. P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor
i au uar v S W. d. tallia. ? to/sol i-om, itt,
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASURY O FICE, I
OOloBXB.2, leo7. j
A LL AUCTION LICEN ES LXFiRJtD bl" OUD
f\ NANCE on 30th September. Renewals will te
; mu ted on application at thia oui oe, If made dor mg 2" At*
tf on 'h. a. 'i'HOMAa, cuy Treasurer.
umoi CLERK or Corjucm, I
May IWl. I
Ihe foUowing SecUen of M An Ordinance io abolish th?
iffice of ?pcxluteudent of streets ; to provide ror Keep*
ug tho Streets' Lanes, AUeya, and open Courts in th*
J.iy OJ Charleeston Cieau, and lor o tu er pur poa ia," 1?
lereby published tor the miormutiou of ail coucerued :
tor tho duo pru^?ctiou ot the said cou erac tor or con
i ae tc : a. it u JurL.tr ordained, i hal every o weer. Lessee,
>ucui>aul and teuant oi any premises tronUug in any
meet, mue, alloy, or open court, shall ou every day
>uudays excepted) have the dure, ultu, garbaga, or o tu er
jual, puoeil ui non: of ula or Uer io., Lu a barrel, box or
leap, and IU ratdiUtiH for Ure oouu'aetor, by tue hour ot
iOieu o'e.oc::, A. Ai., lrom thu UiSt cuy ot May lo the
icot. day ot .lovoiaoer iu every year ; and uy .uo uour ol
mic o'e.oc k, A. M., frc m tue ur.t tia> ol -tovooibec to
;Uo Iii at da) ot' May following. Aud au. Dersou otfoud
,ug heruiu, or puwiiur auy dirt, Ultu, garoa^e, or omer
jUai, in auy street, laue, or ailey, or opon court, alter ihe
nu ur-3 abovo named, suali Ue SilOjewt to a Uue uot leas
tuan two nor more thau Uve douala, tor each and everf
jue.ee, ui ue imposed by the Mayor.
by order *T. d. SMITB,
15 Clerk ot Ooaud*.
io BXOCXATI TUX aioBAOX or ptiaoLxrit, rr? n>
Jj l. eis, ai JJ OTUXtt UtftAiAMABLX OILS.
Sro. L. Be it urdained by the Manor and Alderman, m
Oily Council assembled. That from aud after tue It'll day
of Juno ucxt, it shall uot bo la wt ul to keep Petroleum,
Ee-oseue, ..oca Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any ci her in>
tJaminauie uti or o?s ou storage or for sale in auy collar,
store or uuuding Bouta ot Lino a rest, ia a larger quiu>
tay than ?if.y gallons ou any ono .ot or promises, and
auy sued quanuty so kout oi storea shall be contained in
vccscu oi tin or other metal.
MO. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other to?
il am mable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any Building iu
which cotton is not stored, tor a period not l?ceedinaj
tweuty-fo.ir hours, upon the expiruiion of which tine it
shall be rumoved and tept lu ihe manner aa roquired by
the fcregciug seodon.
bte 3. Auy person or persons violating any part is
thl. Ordliiauce aha.l be subj? t to a tine of two hundred
dollars, fer each ou'ence, recoverable to any Court of com?
patent j misitiedoii. m. ._
Uaufled ia City counc? this twenty-iirst day of May, if?
tho ) ear ol our Lord one taousand eight hundred aj.fl
^flT^ P. C GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H.' SMira^erk of CoundL_Juaf6
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNC1L.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 ot an ^rdiuauce to Raise sup..
.iiMlcTthevsii :?07,"ispubhsbediorthe miormatioo
oi uersous sel'iu; Good? bj sample or otherwise, who ar.
notr^euaoTthiaof'i-^saab.r^raons aro hereby
^fte^dollaK'o' every huadred dollara of all goode
sold iu tab cu by person* not re?idema. bysample et
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CHJVELESTOS, S. C. May 4. lio7. J
TBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE Lars AND
baclosureSi vault?, Aie., will commence on Monday
.uzi, t>t Inst Owners and occupant, aro hereby require?',
'e eoe that their p.?mises are in good condutou and Mint
..li ultu mid kutoac;e is removed as i^uired by Ord!?
?lauce. Other inspections Will follow.
Uv ordiir of Mavor 'TITI r SHD.
C. B. SIG WALD.
_M ei P"li. ?\
MAYORALTY OF CHARLES! ON, 1
CCTT HAIX, Novemoer tl, labu j
ALL P'cSSON.' DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN A iX
Burnt Districts aud Waste Placei ot the City, ui?
ier "An Act oi tba General Assembly, giv ag auujon.y
to the City Council ot Charleston io procec i in the me?
ter ot a lire Loan, with a view to alu tn building up inti
Citv acev." are hereby nobbed that the lorn ol apfii.
.arion tor loans eau be obtained at thc orbee el the Clc.v
of Couuo. 1, between the hoius ot y A. M. and 2 P. M.
Ailapplicsuous must be.'" d iu thc aboveoeuttOB-t!
imce, st the Committet wm roo*t every Ji.".8a? to xr
??der the same. swrTi.
Byordirol vee Mayat w.- 0M?Tb'"
NewnberiP '+* "' ""n>l|?
pcs voa ACLI
T^TTTT rjnrrntrcnoNa Br WHICH ANY PERSON,
F^e^nYateS" master thereat a? o, Ven
iriioii- -ul o% a ie.V boura' pracace, luakrng aworll ot
runTinu alter 1 ecouiin? expert, tae-oieives, can t.acb
otUerTth -.e-'viu-.ttue uso-.ee of ?come, lui tn
.."V'ji sea? by inaii ?or oo "eu's. satUiaetioo u'tiar.
"wdressV.O. Drss'erSt,Troy. N. Y.
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THE HER \Liv)
."8 PC BLISSED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C H., AI
! ' s< per auuum, and, having a iarge cir -.alarioc
jlro-^gh all the upper and lower DistTicU of th.- State?
'mords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which ajrplj
o our Agent, Ur T. P. SUDU:, at tte Milis Hc-rtes.
oourng jTjrjs] rTlHi wMHIrmt