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MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2i
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
MCKAY 4 CAMPBETT, will sell, at IO
drv goods, <?c.
LAU EX Y & ALEXANDER will sell at 13
423 sacks Liverpool salt.
SMITH & MCQIXLXVBAT will sell at ll
furniture, real estate, ?tc.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell, at IC
blankets, dry goods, ?tc.
TO-DAY, November 25th, is the day for t
tar assemblage of the Legislature of Sou
lina, but owing to "untoward ci rc n ms tau
meeting has been postponed indefinitely.
PERSONAL.-Professor John LeConte of
versity of Soutu Carolina, delivered the f
series of four lectures on the "Stella Univi
the Peabody Institute, Baltimore, on '
evening, the 19th inst.
His EXCELLENCY, GOVEBNOB ORB lett for
bia this morning. During his stay in Cha
he has granted a number of pi -dons to ti
pants of the Jail, on the recommendation <
ential citizens; and more than ail, has, in 1
ferenoes with General Can hy, fulfilled th?
of an Executive of the State who has at he
interests of all his people.
REV. E. J. MEYNABDO, pastor of Trinity (
Hisel street, after an absence of two mc
the North, bas returned, and yesterday pi
to a very large congregation an interesting
noon the inmortality of the soul. As the ti
preaches for the session of Conference, n
Mr. M's admirers are becoming anxious
hope of having h jr" re-appointe ' to one
charges in this si ty.
AEETVAL or A NEW LOCOMOTIVE.-The
eastern Railroad Company have* received
schooner N. W. Smith, from New York, a ne
superior locomotive from the Patterson 1
New Jersey. This addition to their rolling
has been christened Echo, and the snort
steam whistle will bo soon heard echoing
pine forests and swamps along the road. T
gine is now on the wharf, but she will be rei
to the road and plixed in running order at ai
ARRIVAL OF IMMIGRANTS AT WILMINGTON
learn from the Wilmington Journal of yesi
that on Saturday atternoon a party of twenty.
Scotch immigrants-men, women and chi lt
arrived there on the steamship Rebecca i
from Now York, destined for settlement o
farvus of several gentlemen in Robeson C
They are just from Scotland, via New York,
were secured by Mr. Robert McKenzie, o
Banka, Robeson County, for several cf his fi
FOREIGN CLEARANCES.-Our foreign trac
colton, we are pLased to notice, shows sig
much activity, and the low price of the stap
though at present working ta ? our injury, is
ing moro extended fields of consumption \
will ere tong enlarge the demands for the rat
terial and render an increased supply nece
On Saturday last Messrs. W. B. Smith <i
cleared the capacious merchant ship Charlot:
Liverpool, with 3171 bales of Upland and 24
Sea Island Cotton. Mr. W. P. Hall cleared
Spanish polacre Rosatia and the Spanish pc
Maria, both for Barcelona, with cargoes of ci
and naval stores.
EUROPEAN FREIGHTS BY STEAM.-We notic
few days since the arrival of the British steam
Pioneer at this port, with the purpose of loa
here for Liverpool. Messrs. V,'. B. Smith i
her consignees, are making good pi ogress ii
gaging freight for her, and a large portion ol
room of the ship has been taken up, but this b
among our first efforts at tran?>-Atlantic trane
ration by steam, it may produce an advantag
affect if v e will fi!1 the Pioneer with the least
sable loss of time, a? she will thereby be ena
to make ?overal voyagea during the present sea
and it may ultimately lead to the placing of
veasel sad others on the direct rente to Liver;
Her owners, wa learn, are favorably disposet
such a project, and should "proper inducement
extended to this vessel r. permanent line to
great English cotton port .nay be secured.
Ax APPEAL FOB NEW ORLEANS.-Arch bia
Olin, of New Orleans, has published an eloqi
appeal in behalf of the charitable asylums of
Arch-Diocese of New Orleans. There are eigb
these benevolent instituions in tnt "Crest
City," which have in charge eleven hundred
thirty orphan children, one hundred idiots of b
.exes, one hundred old men and women, and
hundred and fifty penitenta. All these are
pendant for support on the charity of the oomi
nity, which has been necessarily exhausted by
disasters of war, the inundations, and the inst
ciency of the crops. Now, therefore, an appea
mada to Charle?. ->n, whose people, having suffe
an keenly, .eau still give tie children of tl
Southern city some effectual holp. Bishop Lyi
gives bis cordial approval to the appeal, and it i
read, by bia order, yesterday in ull the Cathi
churches and chapels in thia city. Next Sunda
' collection will be taken up, and ii is hoped tha
Icandaome sum will be raised,. Gifts in money,
ct any other kind, may be sont to the Very Rev.
Bermingham, Vicar General, Charleston, who j
gladly receive and forward the smallest contri'
BAIE BALL.-The approach of Jack Frost, co
bined with the increasing business of our city, a
the many moral entertainments that have be
recently monopolizing the attention and sm
chango of our good people, have well nigh eras
from our memory the manly game; for some th
we have had no reports of fiys oaught and foi
missed; we have walked through the burnt di
trict with impunity and without catching a foi
for the little boys have ceased playing base bi
and have taken to tumbling and gvmnasts, ai
the big boya have desisted from taking flys ai
.are engaged in the more profitable pastime
catching greenbacks. The busy season is upc
us, and base ball languishes; the vs of hoc
runs and short stops have passed away, and this
aa it shouldbe; bet we understand that the bat
ballist? havo determined to havo one more gam
before laying aside their bats for the Winter, an
the comptemplated game will be played on tb
Citadel Square on Thursday next. To this em
we are authorized to extend an invitation to a
?ball players (plain?, who desire to join in makin
np a game, to assemble on the Citadel Square o:
Thuxsdsy next, at half-past one o'clock, at whioi
time and place it is proposed to end the seasoi
with a hard fought gant*. We have no doubt bn
that the ball playera who have been reposing oi
their fiys for some tim? will avail themselves o
thia opportunity to indulge once more in their fa
vorita pastime, where, in the words of the song
-"Fight and runaway
and Uve to fight another day."
UNITED STATES COUBT, Ho?. GEO. S. BBYA?
PBESTDINO.-Tho application ot Robt. W. Cannoi
to be appointed a Commissioner of the Un kee
Court was granted.
On motion of R. B. Carpenter, Eiiq., Register ir
Bankruptcy, .he Clerk waa ordered to furnish tc
the Register twenty-five orders of reference ir
In re J. M. Hines <5c Co., application ot J. R.
Milnor to put the firm into bankruptcy Messrs.
Wilkinson 4 Gilchrist presented tho petition of the
applicants, and upon tho report of Register it was
ordered that the order of adjudication so far as
J. M. Hines 4 Co. are concerned, except John R,
Milnor, be set aside, and that the petiti mer, J. R,
Milnor, have leave to amend the petition so as tc
admit the other members of the firm as parties
and that they give notice of the filing of their pe
On motion of General James Conner, who sug
gested the propriety of a Commissioner remaining
io the City of Charleston, during tho absence o
the Court, it was ordered that B. Garden Pringle
one of the officers ol' the Court and a Commis
iioner of the United States, do remain in the city
John F. Taylor rs. the Charleston Dredging am
Wharf Building Company, and James Carlin ra
the same, Label; James Conner, Esq., for defend
ants, W. D. Porter, Esq., for libellants. On hear
ing the pleading Bud evidence, it was ordered tha
the defendants d^ pay thc libellant, John F. Tay
lor, $528.50, with interest from 15th June, 1867
and to James Carlin $900, with the costs accruet
an the several cases.
Th? United States District Court was adjournec
.until first Monday in January.
The United State? Circuit Court will meet to-daj
THE BRESS* ?firR?"?fA?T?8.-A report was cnrcu
lated on Saturday that tue GausB waa outside, off
the bar, and a hat of tho expected passengers waa
bulletined by ono ot tho city paper?. This state?
ment induced many who had friends or relations
on the Gauss to repair to the wharves and Battery
to mcot the long-expected boat. Saturday and
Sunday passed slowly away, but there were no
sitrua of tho Gauss, and the anxious expectants
became gradually convinced that they were sold,
and, if the Gauss was off the bar, it was a very
loug way off, as she was invisible through the best
gasses. The British bark Yumuri was reported
off the bar on Saturday, and as the Gauss has
boen expected for some days, it was wrongly as?
sumed that she was the vessel in sight, and a re?
port to that effect circulated.
RESULT OF A TRIAI, BX MTLTTABY COMMISSION.
General Orders No. 118, issued from the Head?
quarters of the Second Military District, at
Charleston, under date of the 15th inst., gives the
charges, findings, and sentences passed upon
William J. Tolar, Thomas Powers, aud David
Watkins, who were lately tried in Raleigh for kill?
ing one Ar.hie Bebee, colored, who had commit?
ted a rape upon the person of a young lady, resi?
dent of Fayetteville. Two others besides those
named above, namely : Duncan G. McRao and
Samuel Phillips, were also held to bail for the
same offence, but in their caso a nolie prosequi
was intered, and they wero discharged. The plea
of tho prisoners was "not guilty," and the finding
of the Court is "guilty." They were sentenced
"to be hung by the neck until they be dead, at
such time and place as the proper authorities may
direct, two-thirds of the members of the Commis?
sion concurring therein." The proceedings, find?
ings, and sentence of the Court are approved, but
the latter is mitigated from death to fifteen years'
imprisonment at hard labor at Fort Macon.
THE THIRTEENTH ANNTVEBSABY OF THE CITADEL
SQUABE CHUBCH SUNDAY SCHOOL.-The Citadel
Square Church was, on yesterday afternoon,
the scene of the interesting ceremonies con?
nected with the celebration of the thirteenth an?
niversary of the Sunday School of that Church. A.
large audience wero assembled on this occasion,
who ocoupied toe body of the Church, the galle?
ries hoing reserved for the pupils and their teach?
ers. Af Mr a prelude on the organ by their musi?
cal instructor, Professor George 0. Robinson, the
exercises were opened by "The Children's Jubi?
lee," a hymn composed for such occasions, and
which was sung by the entire Behool, their voices
blending in sweet accord, each word being heard
clearly and distinctly. A prayer was then offered
by the Rev. Dr. J. P. Boyce, which was followed
by another hymn entitled "The Song of Heiven."
The Pastor, Rev. Lucius Cuthbert, read the 12th
chapter of Ecclesiastes, commencing "Remem
ber now thy Creator in the days of thy youth,"
Ac, which was familiar to most of tho echolais.
After the singinf i f tho hymn, "Flowers, Sweet
Flowers," an address was delivered to the chil?
dren by Dr. 8. Chatbnm Brown.
Dr. Brown's remarks were addressed exclusively
to the children, and contained allusions to the
hymns they had sung and the selection from Scrip?
ture tba ~?d been read in their hearing. He said
that this, their 13th Anniversary, was, indeed, a
children's jubilee; their patents, guardians and
friends were all assembled to encourage them by
their presence and to urge upon them a continu?
ance of their present course. He asked them to
carry their memories back to the past and recall
the many mercies that had been vouchsafed thom.
Their lives had been spared, and while others had
been taken they were left to work out God's will
on earth.- He earnestly exhorted them to keep m
the right way; to remember their Creator in th?
days of their youth, and not to postpone accepting
the great advantages of religion until the evil days
came upon them, when it might prove that their
day of grace was past and it would be then too
The hymn "Sunny Land" was sung, and the
Rev. Mr. Cuthbert then addressed the school. He
opened his remarks by speaking of the wisdom of j
Solomon, whose experience regarding children
was to "Train up a child in the way he should go,
and when he is old he will not depart from it"
The reverend speaker referred to the education of
children in the Sabbath School. This, he said,
was not intended to superce^e the homo training,
but to Assist and furnish what could not be effect?
ed by another agency. The whole of life was a
course of training, from the little child learning to
walk to the advanced mind which had commenced
tho struggle of life. It was, therefore, evident
that as the child wa? trained, BO the man would
be. He spoke of the Sabbath as a day sot apart
for religious purposes, not simply as a day of re?
laxa tic a from tod, to be spent in frivolous plea?
sures. Unfortunately, it waa generally devoted to
secular employments, and religion was neglected.
?o train children aright it was necessary to draw
a line between secular and religions instruction.
The Sunday School imparted that knowledge and
trained ap a child in this world to prepare for the
next. The Saviour had said, "Suffer little chil?
dren to come unto me," and Be appealed to the
teachers and parents of the little ones to be un?
tiring in their efforts to direct their precious
charges in the right path.
The hymn, "We're Going Home," was sung, and
Mr. W. S. Henerey, the Superintendent, read his
report, from which it appeared that the number
on the rolls since the reopening of the school two
years ago was 310, though at no time have more
than 230 children been connected with tho school.
The largest attendance was in December last,
when 212 were actually present The average for
the year was 125. This discrepancy has been
owing to the absence of many of the childron dur?
ing the Summer, and the frequent occurrence of j
rainy Sabbaths. The number now on the roll was
214, and the average attendance 150. This num?
ber appeared small, and it might be asked where
are the 310 ? Six had boon advanced to teachers and
jfficors, 27 had left, and 60 had changed to other
schools. The Citadel Square Sabbath ?School waa
one of the earliest reopened, and a number of |
scholars from other denominations were tempo?
rally united with it Since the last report, 8
scholars had died (one) 1 after having left the
school, and ll had bean added to the Church from
The officers were : one Superintendent, Mr. W.
S. Henerey ; one Assistant, Mr, De Leon Whilden ;
one Musical Director, Prof. Geo. O. Robinson; and?
two Librarians, Messrf. B. W. McTureoua and W.
J. Smith. There were in all sixteen teacher?, nine
male and seven female. The Bible Classes num?
bered twenty-four female and eighteen male, and
the Infant Class forty-seven scholars.
In closing his report the Superintendent feeling?
ly alluded to the protesting ca?e of Providence
which had kept the; little band together, and had
spared them from u. J destroyer ; but two of their
musher had died and eleven had found that peace
which paaseth all understanding. Ho thanked the
teachers for their labors, and referred particularly
to the Professor of Music, and stated as a proof o
his success that the hymns sun? hid been written
in manuscripts, and were seen in print for tho first
time that day. The different societies connected
with the Snnday School were separately noticed
and their labors in the causa commended.
After reading the report the closing hymn,
"Glory to the Father Give," was sung and a bane
diction pronounced by the Pastor.
HOTEL ARRIVALS FROM FBIDAY EVENING.-Mdis
House.-General A. P. Howe and J. B. McP. Me?
harry, Washington; H. A- D. Brink, Baitimor?;
Grovo Pomeroy, New York, Chas. H. Johnston,
steamship Moneka, J. C. Robinson, Beaufort, S.
C.; B. Luce, bark Jno. Fyfe; H. S. Taft and family, |
St. Helena; Geo. C. Walker, Chicago; Jas. F. Simp
eon, ?. S. A.; Mrs. J. E. Worrell, New York. John
Dickenson, Now Jersey; Alex. E. Briston, Marl?
borough; Jno. P. Eborn, Hamilton, N, C.; A. Getty
and Jas. Fryer, New York; R. S. Coleman, Mass.;
Capt. Sam'l Plane, Sumter, S. C.; E. P. Buttd, Jr.,
and wife, Florida;Major Wm. F. Nance, 8. C.; Jno.
Colwell and lady, Wilmington; Maj. Carl Berlin,
Ldisto; J. Wright, Now York; H. M. Henry, Rock?
ville, S. C.; Wm. Gregg, Jr., Aiken, S. C.; J. M.
Clarkson, New York; N. Appleton, Boston; W. P.
Fay, Boston; E. A. Brandt, St. Petersburgh; Wm.
W. Appleton, M. G. Rosenblatt and J. L Mayer,
New York; Jno. Lear, Boston; T. R. Bloom, Ma?
con, Ga.; Jas. F. Quin, California.
Pavilion Hotel. -A. J. Moore, Macon county, N.
C.; Wm. Arnold, Maooa county, N. C.; W. G.
Buldrain, North Crrolina; S. Brother, Colleton; H.
Metta, Colleton; C. P. Dawson, Georgetown; C.
VT. Coalson, Memphis; W. R. Reynolds, Madison,
N. C.; N. L. Wescott, Colleton: W. H. Perry and
lady, Baltimore; T. G. Boag, City; Z. L. Cooten,
Georgetown; S. S. Werner, Georgetown.
Charleston Holet.-B. F. Bardin, Mt. Holly;
Charles Beer, N. Y.; H. T. Worthinghain, Balti?
more; H. H. Wood, Alabama; Daniel Campbell, N.
Y.; B. R. Campbell, Laurens; S. T. Dearing, Au?
gusta; J. Thomas. N. Y.; Jameu Anderson, Ports?
mouth, Vu.; A. C. Raefle, N. Y.; Dr. H. Baer and
lady, city; H. Leeman, Lauren?; H. Randolph,
lady ard servant, Columbia, a. C.; J. B. Hubbard,
citv; Capt. F. Peck, btoaruer Fannie, D. V. Eichel
betger, Martin's Depot; John B. 8teele, Charles?
ton; Wm. B. Divin, Baltimore; John A. Cubren,
Edpe?eld; L. W. Batchelor Pittsburg, Pa.; Geo.
P. Johnson, N. Y.; Samuel A. Devins and lady,
rost, ai. X.; o- ^- "it?iuio ana ramilv, Fernandi?
na; Edwin Daly, Alonzo C. Lee and B C. Webb,
city; W. B. Gatlougb, N. Y.; Wm. Stevena, Mrs. A.
A. Stevens and Mi? J. A. Steven?, Lancaster.
HOME AGAIN.-Oar esteemed townsman, D
Coben, Esq., of the firm of Uart & Co., co
King and Markets strcots, who has been absei
Europe during the post eighteen months, rot
ed on Saturday, we are glad to say, much imp
THE THEATRE.-The repetition of the "Ek
Sisters" on Saturday night was a happy hit,
the lone rolls of applause proved that the mini
song, dance and burlesque speech had strut
merry vein. After the Sisters came a roa
farce, which had but one fault-it was too fin
Tho bill for to-night is an attractive one,
glance at the advertisement will show.
ANTE-DELUVIAN.-Rev. Ur. Girardeau last i
ning delivered another of his series of discou
on tho Deluge, at Mt. Zion Church. A very li
audience was in attendanco. The learned di'
did not again touch upon any of the questions
volved in the discussion that has grown out of
famous pamphlet written by "Ariel," but tret
of the delugo and the buildinge of the Ark i
purely biblical and typical sense. Theso ever
sermons delivered by Mr. Girardeau increase in
terest, and the ability which he brings to fc
upon his theme is attracting largo and intellig
audiences of whito citizens, besides the ordin
It is generally understood that the exhaust
argument delivered a week since by Mr. Girard
in reply to "Ariel," will be published in pampl
THE TELEGRAPH COMPANY.-Long before
eleotric telegraph had been Imagined, the ari
rapidly conveying intelligence from point to pc
had occupied the attention of mankind, and vi
ons expedients for the accomplishment of this
ject had been devised. The most primitive mot
of telegraphing were by means of signal fir
torches, or trumpets. In the year 1794, the set
phore or erial telegraph was first used, and
other methods were abandoned, but the idea
employing electricity had been long entertain!
and experiments to ascertain the practicability
electrical communication between distant plat
were early mado by scientific men throughout t
Tho power of electricity was discovered in 17
and it was observed that a shock passing throu
12,000 feet of wire affected persons placed at eitl
extremity about the same time. The idea of t
instantan?e its passage of electricity was then fi;
received, bu; it required many years and a nu
ber of experiments before the power of eleotric:
was brought within the control of tho telegrapl
operator. In 1844, the registering telegraph
Professor S. F. B. Morse, employing the electi
magnet, was introduced upon a line between B;
timore and Washington, a distance of forty mil?
and was soon in successful operation. The impc
tance of this invention soon attracted the pub
attention, and numerous lines were soon form
oonnecting the different cities in the Union,
number of new patents were taken out, and the i
cent inventions improved and perfected, until ti
present completo system of telegraphing was i
The telegraphic agency in this city has kept pa
with the improvements of the age. From a co
tracted, eungy office in State streot, near Broad,
was moved to different localities, each move bei:
progressive, until, after the closo of the war, tl
present large and commodious office opposite tl
Charleston Hotel was obtained. At the preae:
time the office is in a flourishing condition, at
the telegraphing business has rapidly incrof.ee
Before tho war two lines were more than auffiele:
for all purposes, bat tour are now in full operatio
and a through line between this city and Ne
York is now being constructed. Since the oponii
of the cable lines a large business has been do:
with foieign countries, which is in every instant
payable in gold. Messages have been sent i
Liverpool and answers received in three and a ha
hours, while a telegraphic correspondence wit
Havana can be effected in ono hour.
A number of changes have been recently mac
that are designed to lessen the expense and I
benefit the business portion of the communit;
Among these is what is known as the night toll
graph, that is, messages received during the di
are sent when the line has ceased working at nigl
and at half rates. When dispatch is not impo:
.ant, this change is very acceptable, as the mei
jago is received many hours before the mail arru
als. At the South Carolina and Northeastern Rai
road Depots, and at tba Citadel, branch office
have been opined, and though the Unes are nc
under the immediate control of the main offict
they can bo made available if any derangomei
The Charleston office is at present under th
following management : Mr. D. O'Koo fe, Suporir
tendent and Manager; D. M. Driscoll, Cashier; thrc
operators and five messengers. This is more tha:
double the force employed before the war, as i
then consisted of bat one chief operator, one u
sistant and two messengers.
BUSINESS NO 1ICES.
SALE OF STOCKS, BONDS, Ac-Mr. Juo. S. Rigg
advertises that on tho Sd of December ho wiR eel
at auction a number of the best securities in thi
market, consisting of stocks and bonds of variou
corporations. This is but a resumption of thi
sales that were regularly conducted last winter
and the s?me opportunities will be offered for ai
FUBNTTUBE.-With the opening of a new yea:
most persons are in the habit of turning over i
neg leaf, but this cannot be done with old associa
tiou ever present to the eye. Mr. Co wperthwait hat
removed all stumbling blocks to good r?solutions
by offering his large stock of furniture at reducec
rates. A house can bo newly furnished, from tin
garret to the cellar, for a moderato sum, and thi
owners can have nothing to remind them of th?
past. Philanthropy is a rare virtue, but those ii
need of household goar, by calling on Mr. Cowper
th wait, at No. 305 King street, wiU see at once tha
it is tho right placo to save money, and with it thi
vexation of spirit. _
COUGH AND BBONOBXXIB.-A young man, twenty
two years of age, had a cough and hoarseness fo:
fifteen months. During cold weather his voici
was lost so as only to speak in whispers, pain in
duced on coughing, cough dry, or raising only i
trifle in the morning, quite feeble and emaciated
Had taken several medioines, with but little or u<
benefit. He commenced with Humphreys' Cougl
JPils, No. 7-one pill three times a day, and sooi
found himself improving-his cough milder ant
softer, hoarseness passed off, strength and appetitt
improved, and in a few week J was entirely well, Lav
ing taken no other medicine.
November 25 1
The best Dyspeptic Bitters now In use are PANU?IX'I
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to give relief. . Try i
bottle, and be convinced. For aale by all Druggists, u
what is TARRAN T's EFFERVESCENT SELTZEB
APERIENT, and what are its effects? These are quos
hons walch the great American pubiio has a right tc
ask, and it also has s right to expect a candid and satis
factory reply. The preparation ?B a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative and tome, and ls most care?
fully prepared in the form of a anow white powder, con
taming all the wonderful medical properties of the far
famed Seltzer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that those who have tested
the preparation are tho best judges, and they declare
over their own signatures that the preparation will
promptly relieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every species of headache. Tranquilize the
nervous ay stem. Refresh and invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid ha the
Stoma?; Cleanse and tone the bowels. Assist the
al Ung appetite. Cure ? a heartburn.
ir you aro a sufferer give this Remedy ene trial, and lt
wiU convince you of the above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., bole Proprietors, New York.
Sold by aU Druggists. ^?wo^ September Vi
A Card to Sensible People.
Rational reader, if tho aspect of the weather was un?
certain, you would not bo foolish enough Ut vsuture out
without an overcoat or an umbrella. Have the forecast,
then, to protect yourself at this dangerous season with
something more important than either of these articles.
Strengthen your stomach and nervous system ; regulate
your liver and your bowels, tone aU your organs, and
cheer your anfinaj spirits with that agreeable cordial,
tonic and ?Iterative, HOSTET!EPS STOMACH BIT?
TERS. So shaU yon surely escape tho diseases which
fasten upon the feeble and debilitated. "Suffer and be
strong," says the proverb ; but "Be strong that you may
not suft>r" is the wiser maxim,-and of all strengthening
preparations this is the safest, thc surest, tho most
genial. As a remedy, as well as an antidote, for dys?
pepsia, fever and ague, and Ever disease, there is no
combination of vegetable ?pteiies st present known
which even approaches it in efficacy.
ANTICIPATE TUE ENEMY, 'inc elements of in?
numerable diseases are afloat In this raw, damp, mephl
tic Winter air. WiU you defend yourself against them
or not, good reader'/ That is the question. A Lottie or
two of the great DEFENSIVE MEDICIHE OP THE AOS, HOS
TETTER'S BITTERS, will so strengthen and brace up
your bodily powers as to enable them to "laugh a siege
to scorn." The morbid niattor which was exhaled In
perspiration through your pores in Summ.-r finds no
such free egtess now. A powerful counteracting agent
ia therefore needed, and you have it in HOdl tTTLB'S
BITTERS. They neutralize tho mattruu merit from
which disease originates, and regukte aU thc secretive
organs. Nothlug eau be more harmless or more health?
ful-nothing ?so potent to prevent or cure biliousness,
dyspepsia, lever and ague, constipation and general de
bibty, as this wonderful corrective.
November 26 6
MILLINERY, ETC. .
CLOAK IMG ESTABLISHMENT.
Mus. M. J. ZERNOW.
No. 302 King street.
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street, Branch
of Madama DEMOREST'S
and EMBROIDERY, neat?
TO THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
H TOE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PREPARED BY THE
JL 1st of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This Fertilizer is made in this city under the personal
supervision of Dr. St Julian Ravenel. Chemist; sod we
otter lt to the Planters and Fanners as one of the best
titer can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
fPHE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
JL AND SURGERY was organized in 1848. Chartered
by the Legislature, February 26.1853. Name changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic Medical Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 1860. In 1863 it pureba* sd the
Pennsylvania Medical e-cUage, established in 1342, and
the Philadelphia. Medical College, which had previously
been merged into the Pennsylvania Medical ' 'allege. In
1864 it purchased the Penn Medical Univ<ratty. Tba
Trustees of the separate schools united, petitioned and
obtained a special Act ot' the Lepta,ature, co nao lida ting
these institutions and chi...ging their names to that of the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 16, 1865. AU these varioun Acts are publi hod In
tho statutes of Pennsylvania. Tho cost of the I nilding
.nd museum was ovor one hundred thousand dollars. It
will be observed that the University, aa now orgaxized, ls
the legal representative of the four Medical CoLegea that
il has absorbed. It is a liberal school of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor tttachod lo any medical cliques,
but embraces in its teaciing everything of value to the
Setriont.-U has two full sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of Ootobei, and conL.nuing until the lat ot
January, aa ita first sesa.on, and from the 1st oi January
to the 1st ot April, as its second; the two constituting one
full course of lectures. It has also s summer session,
commencing the 1st April and continuing until August,
for the preparatory br inches, such as Latin, Greek,
Mathematics, Botany, Zoojegy, Chemistry, Anatomy
Ticket*.-Tickets to th> full coarse of lectures $120. or
$60 for each session. For the summer or preparatory
course $25. Grandson*: tee $30. To aid youn?z men of
ui od ora te means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course atudonts tor
$75. and to second-courue students and clargynion for
$60, esoh constituting tie holder a Ufe member, with the
perpetual privileges of tie lectures, and aU the teachings
ot the school. The only additional tees are a \ early dis?
secting and matriculating ticket, etch of whioh ts $5.
The Advantage* of ScJu>larthipi.-Tho student holding a
scholarship can enter tho College at any time during the
year, attend as long aa Io chooses, and re-enter the insti
Ki ti nu sa Lequently ss c e.ircd.
It requires no previous reading or study to enter the
University on scholarships, hence, all private tuition fee?
Students, by holding itcholarshlpi, can prosecute other
business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present himself at
any time, and receive bis degree ss soon as qualified.
In cases stu..eni should hold a scholarship und not be
able to attend lectures, it can bo transferred io another,
thus preventing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students wishing to
Surchase scholarship lor them a year or more bel ore
lair attendance at the Uni varsity, can secure them by
advancing one-half the price and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and benevolent
men can bestow great benefit upon poor young men by
presenting them a scholarship, and thus enabling them
lo ootain an honorable prcico*: ~ i.
The Faculty embraces seveutee i eminent physicians
and surgeons. The University baa associated with it a
large hospital clinic, whete every iorm of medical and
surgical disease ls operated on and treated tn the pres?
ence of the class.
COLLEGE BOILS uta.-The College building, located in
Ninth street, south of Walnut, ls the finest in tho city.
Its front is collegiate gothic, and is adorned with sm
battlements and embrasures, presenting s novel, bold,
and beautiful appearance. The facade ia of brown stone,
ornamented by two towera, rising to the elevation ot
eighty feet, and crowned with an embattled parapet.
Tho building contains between fifty and sixty rooms, aU
supplied with water, gas, and ev.ry other convenience
that modern improvement can contribute to facilitate
medical instruction. Only five hundred scholarships
will be issued, and as two hundred and fifty are now
.old, those wno wish to secure one should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by expnea, or a draft or check
sent on any National Bank in tho United States, when
the scholarship will be returned by mail, signed by the
President of the Board of Trasteen, JOSEPH 8. FiSUER,
Esq., sud the Dean ot the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
AU orders for scholarships or other business of the Uni?
versity, should be addressed to Professor W. PAINE, M.
D., Philadelphia, Pa.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORE. JOST ISSUED BY W. PAINE, M. D.,
Professor of the Principien and Practice cf Medicine and
Pathology in the Philadelphia Univers.ly of Medicine
and Surgery ; author of Paine's Practice of Surgery ; a
work on Oostetrioa and Materia Medica, author of Now
.-ebool Remedios; an Epitome of EberUo's Practice ol
Medicine; J Review of llomsaopathy; a Work on the His?
tory of Medicine; Edite r of University Medical and Sur?
gical Journal, Ac ftc. It ls a royal octavo of WOO pages,
and contains a full description of aU diseases known in
medicine and surgery, Including thote of woman and
children, together with their pathology and treatment by
all tho now and improved methods. Price $7; postage 50
Address the author, No. 933 ARCH STUEET, Philadel?
phia, Pa. ?
ALSO, A NEW WOBE,
Eut i tied New School Medicines, which ls the only work
ever published upon 1 daloris Medica, embracing ad the
Eclectic, Homcoj athit:, ana Botanic Rem?dies, with a
lull regular Materia Medica. Price $5; postage froe.
Address as above.
MEDIUM IND SURGERY.
A SEMI-MONTHLY JOURNAL 07 MEDICINE, SCEGEH?,
PHYSIOLOGY, HYGIENE AND OENEBAL LITERA?
TURE, DEVOTED TO THE PROFESSION AND
The cheapo11 Medical Paper in the world, published
ever Y two weeks at the University Budding, Ninth-street,
South of Walnut
Five copies to one address.4.35
Ten copies to one address.7.50
Firman coplee to one address.9.30
Twenty coplea to one addreu.10.00
1 he getters up of tho Club shaU have one copy gratis.
Address W- PAINE, M. D., Editor,
September 12 Philadelphia, Ps.
DRUBS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
GREAT HEALTH RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL WHO ARB CONSUMPTIVE, OR
ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IR lt IT A
TION OF THE LUNGS, WHETHER THE
COUGH HAS BEEN OF LONG CONTIN?
UANCE, OR OF RECENT ORIGIN.
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF Ft>R ITS
wonderful restorative and curative qualities. Un?
der its' stimulative influence, and by Its penetralivo
agency, thia health invlgoiatiug cordial excites a general
beneficial reaction, and disperses the impermeable ob?
structions which prevent aco-ss to other remedies.
While gradually reduciug the accompanying constriction
which attends tho malady, it reproduces Ui6 .ssential
warmth and elastic vigor of the respiratory vessels,
which, by this remedial combination, promotes tho heal?
ing proc?s? by which relief and cure ia effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, wim every other
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any kind
are employed in this Pulmonic Compound, and the moat
assiduous attention given to tito quality and medical
value of each component artiUe which constitute it, it is
confidently and conscientiously recommended for ita
safety and reliability, without restriction in generous,
wholesome diet, or apprehension ot renewed cold iToni
For sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress, Mrs.
CECILIA RODRIGUES, north wost corner of MEETING
AND SOCIETY STREET?, and at the Dnu;gi?ts.
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
November 12_ lyr
J. M. DRADSTREET & lill
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. L. FONDA, Superintendent.
fSeptsmber 6 |
UndtnoriUn Sale of Dry Goods,
MeKAT & CAMPBELL
No. 136 Meeting Street,
Will Mil, THIS DAY, 26th November, at lu o'olock,
THF. ENTIBE STOCK OF Q. COHEN, KING STREET,
partly damaged by fire ?nd water,
Beady Made Clothing
Boots, Shoes, Notio ns, Ac
Terms cash. Goods must be removed day of sale.
New and Desirable Dry Goods, Just Received
from New Vorfc.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MOBBOW. 26th instant, at 10 o'clock, w?l be sold, at
our AucUon Salesroom, No. 133 Meeting street,
BLACK AND FANCY CAS8LMEBES, Bed and White
Flannels, Kerseys, Linseys
Fancy Satinets, All-Wool Tweeds, Maryland Chocks
Bayou stripes, Ticking. Brown Shirtings, Cotton Diaper
Lyenase and Thibet Cloth, Muslin, Defines, Hosiery
White and Colored Woollen Shirts, Hoop Skirts, Gent's
and Ladies' Woollen shawls
Long Shawls, Men's Broadcloth Coats. Pants, Vests
Madras Handkerchiefs, Wool Nubias, shawls. Scarfs,
Ladles' Beaded Sensation Hats, Men's Black Felt Hats,
Wool Hats, Velvet Caps
Suspenders, Umbrellas, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Ac.
Conditions cash. November 25
Handsome Drawing Room Furniture, Cttrpets,
Hugs> Dining Room Furniture, <j-c.
BY LOUIS I). DcSAUSSURE.
On WEDNESDAY the 27th November, at ll o'clock, A.
M., will be sold at the Southwest coiner of Pitt and
Two handsome setts of ROSEWOOD DRAWING ROOM
FURNITURE, covered with SILK DAMASK,
C058ISTTNG OF I
SOFAS, CHAIRS, Etagus, Marblo Top Tables. Ac, Ac
Velvet Pile Medall?n Carpets and Rugs
Llnlrg Room Furniture of Oak, viz: Handsome Cov
ered Sideboard, Dining Table, Chairs, Ac.
Brussels Carpet and Bug.
8undry other ARTICLES OF FURNITURE.
Conditions cash. All articles to bo removed immedi?
ately after the sale, November 25
UNDER DECREE IS EQUITY.
Livingston vs. Laze!hurst et al.
On TUESDAY, the 3d December next, at ll o'clock, will
be sol I, ut tho old Custom House,
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the East aide or
Alexander street, in the City of Charleston, measuring
in front 62 feet, more or leas, by 196 feet, moro or less, in
depth; bounding North on land of Dewees, East on laud
of Green and south ou land of J. Nagle.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps
J. W. GRAY,
November 20 m2tul Master in Equity.
IS Etti M'Y.
The Slate of South Carolina, Darlington District
P. B. Bacot and T. L. Bacot, Admr's, vs.
Creditors and Distributees of Peter L. Bacot
Bill to Marshall Assets, Account and Relief.
Pursuant to an order of Court, in thc above stated case,
I will sell at Darlington C. H., on th: Ar t MONDAY
in December, 1867,
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND lying in Darlington
District and State aforesaid, known aa the Drcokinton
tract, formerly belonging to Peter S Bacot, deceased,
containing onp thousand acrt a, more or lees, purchased
by John N. Williams, on tho Great Pee Dee Biver, and
by said Williams from the Executor of Richard Brockin
Terms of Sale-One-third cash, and th? balan oe tobe
secured by a Bond with two or moro personal sureties,
with a mortgage of the lands, "n a credit of ore and two
years, inequ 1 yearly insta) menta, with interest on me
whole annually (from date of sale j till th? whole be paid.
Purchasers to pay for necesiary papers.
A F. EDWABDS, C. E. D. D.
Office Commissioner in Equity, )
Darlingto C. H., S. C., Nov. 6. 1867. J
November ll in 3
DRY GOODS, ETC.
CHEAP GOODS !
ONE CASE MADDER PRINTS, SUPERIOR QUALITY,
now offering at TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS per
yard; .Iso. a fine lot or beat MERRIMACK AND
J. ?. READ & CO.
HARRIS'SEAMLESS KID GLOVES
I f\ r\ DOZEN OF THESE SUPERIOR KED GLOVES.
A_\J\J o? which we aro the Solo Agents for Charles?
ton, just received.
J. R. HEAD dc CU.
OUR ENTIBE 810CK OF FINE, MEDIUM AND
COMMON HOSIERY, marked d wn 33^ per cent.
Our assortment of these gooda comprise the best English
Cotton Hose, Superior Balbrlggun, White and Black
Silk. Also, the best qualities of MEN'S HALF HOSE,
which will be sold for the next thirty day. at the above
reduction from former prices.
J. H. READ di CO.
CLOAKS ! CLOAKS I!
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE CHEAP BLACK CLOTH,
soiling at $4.50 and $5.60 each.
ALL WOOL COLOBED AFGHAN SACQUES, now sell?
ing at $8 each, worth $12.
Our Cloak and Shawl Boom ia now full and complote,
with all the later t novelties in Ladies' Cc vertilge.
FINE BLACK SILK SACQUES constantly on band,
ai.d mado to order.
Dress Goods ! Dress Trinimiiigs ! !
BOULEVARD SEAMLES8 SKIRTS, COLORED VEL?
VET RI liBOXs (In variety), Dress Buttons, Black
sod oolored Satins and SUI 1-received per last Steamer.
Priesa warranted A 8 LOW AS THE LOWEST-for
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING STREET,
Opposite Hasel, Charleston, i. C.
November 18 mwf
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market-sts.
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their euatorren aud thc public gonurally, to their
very extensivo stock of
Which will at all timea be lound complete.
In this will be found a well assorted stock of PRINTS'
1INGHAMS, 8HIBTI.NGS and SHEETINGS, all at the
lowest market rates.
Especial attention it called to our very cheap 10-4
Sheetings, 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Longclothi.
Wo have RED, WHI TE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
great varioty; B.ankcta, Shawls, Nubias, Sontag*, Hoods
and Scarfs, very cheap.
A uplendid quality or BLOADCLOTH. for Ladies'
Cloaks, at $2 par yard.
Flue Cloths, Cas -imeres and Vestings of all descrip?
tions, suitable for Men's and Boys' wear.
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Tho attention of Homekoopors ls invited to our very
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish Fronting Lin?
en, Linen shooting. Pillow Case Linen, Table Damask,
Table Ootha, Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Huckaback,
at 20 canta.
Linen Tabla Cloths at "6 cents to $1.
Shirt Bosoms from 25 :enU up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
latest novelt.es of the season in the very beat fabrics and
POPLIN8, Merinos. Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Black and colored Silks, Scotch Plaids
And an extensive variety of low-priced Dress Goods.
A large lot of Balmorals aud Hoop Skirts, very chsap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST .STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of tho best materials and
MUSER! AM) NOTION DEPARTMENT.
FULL LINES OF THK. BEST MAKES OP KID,
SILK and TH BEAD GLOVES
Ladles' Hats, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of best Silk Ribbons of all
widths and shades; together with and expensive assort?
ment of Cloak Seta, Bogle Gimps and Fringes, Guipure,
Brussels Thr?ad, Cluny ai d Dlond Laces. Black and
Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES', GENIS', AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG?
LISH. Freuch, and Germ?n HOSE and HALF HCsE, of
all qualities, in Cotton and Wot 1, very cheap.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 KIN? STREET.
October 19 _ wfm2mos
IF O TT IR,
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOB ?lo.
Address AI LEN G FOWLEE,
No. 3 Park Row, Now Yolk
October 21 rnwi3uio
Salt on account of all Concerned.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAT. tho 26th Instant, will be sold, In Vender
horst's Wharf Storehouse, at 12 o'clock, on account o
426 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, damaged on the voyage
Conditions cash. November 36
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
TO-MOBBOW, 26th inst., will be poid, on North Atlantic
Wharf, at 12 o'clock.
1 IRON BOAT, in good order, 22 ieet long; can be
used eithe'- as a Mail Boat or Row Boat
Cond, r* .ns cash. November 22
Market Farm, 35 Acree, Within 8 Mike of the
BY W. Y. LEITCH A.R. 8. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 25 Broad
TO-MORROW, 26th instant, will bs sold, st the old
That desirable MARKET FARM (wiih a fino binding
on the Ashley River), containing some 15 to 20 acog nu?
der cultivation, known us thc sieve 'H Farm.
T. rms-Oii> -third cash; balance in one, two and three
years. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
November 25 .0 25 26
Unreserve^/ Sale of Valuable Securities, belonging
to the Calhoun In.iurr.ncc Company, by order of
the President, Board of Directors and Stock?
BY JOHN 8. RIGGS.
On TUESDAY, thc 3d of December. 1817, st tho corner of
Broad and 1 ast-Biy ?treces, in tho city of t hai leaton,
commencing at ll o'c ock, A. M., punctually, will be
sold, without any reservation whatever to close the
affaire and make a final scttlcmon; with the Stockhold?
ers of the Calhoun Insurance Company, the following
VALUABLE SECURITIES t
Two Hundred and Soventy-feven .hares BANK OF
SOUTH CAROLINA STOCK.
Two Hundred and Ninety-three Shares STATE BANK
Two Hundred and Eighty Shares FARMERS' AND EX?
CHANGE BANK a i OCR.
Eighty-five Share PLANTER'S AND MECHANIC'S
Forty-two Shares PEOPLE'S BANK SIOCK.
Eight Shares BANK OE CHARLESTON (old) STOCK.
'len shares UNION BASK STOCK.
Twonty-ono Thousand Two Hundred Dollars in CITY OF
CHARLESTON SIX PER Ci.NI. SCRIP, (in sums to
One Thous ind Lollar? n l.OND OF THE CITY OF
CH'HLEVION SIX PER I ENT.
Twclvo Thousand Five Hu idred Dollars iu CITY OF
SAVANNAH SEVEN PERCENT. COUPON BOND-.
Nine Thousand Lullars S1 ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
SIX PER CENT. STOCK.
Five Thouaaud Dollars MEMPHIS AND OHIO RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY TEN PER CENT. COUPON
Two Thousand Dol ars OITY OF MEMPHIS SEX PER
CEN!. COUPON BONDS, guarautee'l.
Fifteen Hundreo DolUrs GREENVILLE AND COLUM
BIA R tILROAD COUPON BoNOS, gu_anteed.
Ninety-two Shares SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND
Seventeen (Half) Share. SOUTH CAUOLINA BALLBOAD
Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars COUPONS OF THE
MEMPHIS AND OHIO RAILROAD BONDS.
One Hundred and Five Dollars COUPONS i.BEENVIJLLE
AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD BONDS.
Ninety Dollars COUPONS CITY OF CHARLESTON
Condi ions cash. Stockholders will be allowed the
value of their Shares in payment of ad purchases made
N. B.-The Augusta Constitutionalist and Savannah
D_'y Ri publican will insert every other day until day of
aile, and send bills to J. S. B., through Courier office.
November 25 mwsmtue
AN UK LUNA \ Cfc;
TO raOVXDE TOB THE LIQUIDATION' OF THE IS Tt BEST
ON THE DEBT OT THE CIT I, WHICH ACGBUED ON THE
TO-tTIXTH DAT OP HEPTEMBEB LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY i HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled. That for th? pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on tho public do ot ot the
city, which accrued on the mir ieth day ot September
last, six per cent stoclt ooi gatory on the corp -ration ot
the City ol' Charleston, shall be issued under the direc?
tion of the Mayor, V. tho persons holding stocks or six
per cent bonds ot the city, and euttled to receive the
interest accrued thereon st the time above stated, the
said stock to bear interest after the rate of lix per cent
per annum, payablo quarterly, redectnaole in thirty
years Crom dato: Provided, That no part of said stock
shill be issued for any sum less than twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, ulso, that
all sums for less than twenti dollars, and for fractional
parts of a dollar, shall be paid in city bills.
SEO. 2. That the fe rm of certificate, and mode of
transfer of said stock shall DO subject to the same regu?
lations as now exist in i elation to other city six per cent
stocks ot the city*
RaUfied in City Council this twenty-second day of Octc
r ber, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
IL S.l P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SSCTH, Clerk of Council. Oetobor 25
OmcE CLEBS or COUNCIL, I
May 1867. J
The following SccUon of " An Ordinance to abolish the
omeo of Sperintendent of Streets ; to provida for Keep
iug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For the due protection of the said contractor or con?
tractera, it ii Jurther ordained, lhat every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
stteet, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) havo tho dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in front of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readiuces for the contractor, by the hour ol
seven o'clock, A M., lrom tho til st day ot May to the
first day of November in every year ; and by tho hour ot
ainu o'clock, A. M., irena the brat day of November to
th.) first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
otlal, in any suvet, lane, or alley, or opon court, alter the
hours above named, shall bo subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for each and every
offence, to bo (inposed by tho Mayor.
Hy order W. H. SMITH,
May lo Clerk of Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OF. ICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR,)
CITZ HALL, November 1, 1867. )
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERN?
ED that the MONTHLY RETURNS FOR THE
MONTH OF OCTOBER PAST, In complianco with the
Tax Ordinance, radded on tho 2Slh Jay of December,
1806, must be made ou or belore tho 15th instant
CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November Assistant City Assessor.
TO BEQULAT- THE DBZD?IMJ O" DOOKS.
Whereat, The best interests ot the city, as well as the
convenience ol' the shipping vistung the port, demand
that the channol of Coooor River be k.-pt opec with sum
clent dopth of wator for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
Be it ordained, lhat iu futuro ail mud removed from
any ot tho city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall be removed ono hundred and fifty fathoms from
the end of tho dock.
The Harbor Manier shall bo furnished with a copy of
thia Ordinance, which ho ia 'required atricUy to ombroo;
and to report tor prosecution all violations of the ?am?;
which shall subject the party so offending to a fine not
exceeding ono hundred dol?ais lor oach and every
Retitled in City Council this eight day oi October, in the
year of our Lord ou? thousand eight hundred and
ILS.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Saura, Clerk of Council._October 18
OFFICE CLER i Ol' CCUNCIL-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Baise Sup?
plies lor the ya ir 1867," is published JOT the iniormadou
ol persons soiling Good? by sample or otherwise, who an
uot residents oi this city. AU such persons are hereby
uoutit l to report ai thu office.
"Three dollar* or every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in tai* city by persons not residents, bv sample ot
otherwise." vv. H. SMITH,
March 8 _'Merk o; ?oni-.pii
OFFICE OF TLU? CHIEF OF POLICE, I
CaAJKJTsTON, S. C., Msy 4, 1867. J
rE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AN:,
iualoa?res, vaults, fcc, will commence on ilondd'
nest, fat inst Owners and occupants are hareby require'
lo sec that their premises aro in good condition and tba
Ul tilth and garbage is removed as required by Ord'
uanco. Other inspections will follow.
Rv ordor ol' Mayor UAILLAZJJ.
O. B. SIG WA LD.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
CITX HALL, November 9, 1866. J
ALL PERsONs DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN Tit
Burnt Districts and Waste Places ol' th? City, un?
der "An Act ot tho General Assembly, giving authority
to tho City Council of Charleston to proceel m the ma.
ter ol a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up t M
City anew," are hereby notilied that the lorm ol' appli
cition tor loans can be obtained at the office of the C.erl.
of Council, between the hours of D A M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bo 7 d in tho above mention ?<:
office, ul the Committee wiU meet every Monday to coi
.idor the same.
By order of th? Mayor W. tl. SMITH,
November 10 ? '1er- o: t'onnrll.
OFFICE CF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 1867.)
PUELIC NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDEh
. he following Ordinanco licenses have been rropartd
fords livery iroin this Office. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained ly the Mayor and Aldtrmenm
City CouncilatttMibitdj That, from ana after tho first dsj
of january, license, suall be taken <>ut for all carts, dru),
tiad wagon*, used for private and domcsuc purposes, u
the same manner, und according to tho same provision*
new ol (bree in relation to carts, drays and wagons, lett i
driven for Lia, txec.pt giving bonds, And cachsuil
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge coi .
faining the number thereof, aud marked Private, to ..
placed ou the outside ot thc shaft.
SEC. 2. No porsau shall be taken by the Treasurer ai
burety to auy bone, under the Ordinance concerning 11
censes for curls, amys, wagons and other carnage*, un?
less ' or she be a freeholder.
SEC. J. The tallowing shall horeafter bo the rates lei
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, fcc.
ricluding tho horses or mules used thereui, which ?lw'?
uc free lrom other taxation:
rCBLIC CABTS, DBATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED rs AN*
BUSINESS WHATEVEK, POB HIBE DIIU.C? OU DTOUECT.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse Gi
For every cart, dray or v agon, drawn by two horse-or
For every back and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with lour wheels, Ho.
For every stage or omu'bus 1 except line omnibus
with two horses, ?50.
For every etagM or omnibus (except hue oninibca,,
drawn by four borges, fiji).
For every true? drawn oy two or Kore horse* or mule.
V For overy express wagon Jrawn by two or moro Lor ..
or mules, stu.
uiu.ua clan a? war*? CABTS, MUM. ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon,?
Par every taft, dray or wagon, u?cd for private or d- .
mest ic purpose* ??> tu ?,u ??1>^J 1U ?? '*??
Zttw'oi itoods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or an;
Hitrcouiuio.ii!y, tor compensation, winer directly o
Indirectly lor the ?ame, .-hali pay tor a license ibo sum C
ti seclusive ol thc bows or mule.
1! > titled lu city Council this 10th day of Junuaij
t ti ia tho year of our LorJ one thousand eight tans
irud aiid sixty-six.
Bv tao Mayor P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
j.m? irvs ' W. U. SMITH. Otar? ol ?JonncU
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
TS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT ?Ol.
I TER. S. C., by GILBERT ? FLOW. KS, Prf.rietor?,
,t FOUR DOLLARS per annum, invariably in advance
Advertisements inserted at usual rates.
tvery style oi lob Fruit.ur-executed in u> nea' !
ty,.- ana greatest ave. ?. -xtpiemoei i
Blankets, Wo ohm and Gtrmantovn Goods, U*r
dtrthiru, Hosiery, Merinott, Alpacas, <fc, fe
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO"
Caab. Auction House, No. 50 Masel MN*
Opposite Posto Alee,
REGULAR BALE DATS, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
Will sell THIS DAY, commencing st 10 o'clock A. M.,
A rall assortment of DRY GOODS, Ac. Aa
Conditions cash. Novemtxir 36
Genteel Furniture of a Fqmily Leaving th$
City, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Auctioneers, No. 97 Broad street.
THIS DAY, the 26th Inst., at ll o'clock, at tbs resi?
dence No. 10 Water street,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Consisting of a Plan?
in good order, Mohair, Cane Seat and Straw Bottom
Chairs, Bedsteads and Bedding, Crockery, Glassware,
Kitchen Utensil , Ac, Ac.
1 ROCK AWAY, (ono horse,) and harneas, Fancy Pool
try, Ac_thsm3_November 26
A House and Lot, No. 27 Henrietta Street,
South side, Three Doors East of the Citadel
Square Baptist Church, at Auction.
B? SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Heal Estate Agents, No. Vt Broad S treet.
TO-MORR AV, the 26th inst., at ll o'clock, at tte East
end of Broad street
All that LOT OF LAND, meaauring - feet front by
IIS feet in dep?i, towUier with the TWO AND A HALF
STORY W CODES BUILDING thereon, containirg four
square rooms, two attics, dreading room and ran try.
kitchen with Ave rooms, gas throughout hous<, good
Terms-One-third cash; the balance in one, two and
three yeats. Purchaser to pay S. A McG. for papers and
stamps. tu thain tu5 November 26
A House and Lot No. 7 Ashley street, next South?
west Corner of Palmetto Street, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Heal Estate Agents. No. ?7 Broad Street
TO-MORROW, the 26th instant at ll o'clock, at tia Old
Postofflce, East Bay, East end of Broad street,
All that LOT OF LAND, wlU> Wooden Bunding there?
on, containing 4 square rooms, dressing room anl pan?
try, measuring S3 feet front by 100 feet deep; also, oat
Terms-One-half cash; the balance in one, two aad
three years. Purchaser to pay S. A McG. for papara and
stamps. taUumtnS November 21
IfPositivc Sale, for Cash, of Two Small Lots tn
rear of No. 199 St. Philip street, West sids,
Three Doors below Line street, at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. n Broad Street.
TT-MOItROW, the 26th Inst, at ll o'olock, at tba Old
Foetoffice, East Bay, Bait end ol Broads treat,
AU those TWO LOIS OF LAND, measuring 25 feat
each, more or less; front on Blaok't Court by A8 fast
each in depth, more or less. i
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay S. A McG. for papar?
and s tampa. _November fl
United States ManhaVs Sale. South Carolina
District-In Admiralty, W. C. TUtor. vs. Ths
Charleston Dridging and Wharf Building Com?
BY W. Y. LEI TCH & R. S. BRUNS?
By virtue of an Order of Sale, to me directed, from th? .
Hon. George a. B yan. Judge of the District Court of
South Carolina, in Admiralty, for the District afore
said, in the above case, I will s;ll, at public auction, at
tho old Exchange, East end of i-road street tn th?
Port of Charleston, on THURSDAY, tho 12th day of
December, 1867, at U o'clock A. M.:
ONE OF HOSGOOD'S PATENT MUD MACHINES.
WITH TWO (2) WLKTii, now Jying at Centrsl Wliarvt*.
Both Machine and Flats are nearly BOW, abetted with
heavy zinc, in goo J order, and ready for work. Tb?
Machine can dig one thousand i1000) tana of mud per
day, and the Flats aro each capable of holding 'hirty (80}
tons of mud t>
TSE STEAMTUG "BELIEF," built in Philadelphia,
in 1862. Length, sixty-six (66) test .-tx (6) Inches; depth,
sevon (7) feet; brea 1th of beam, sixteen (16) feist, cop?
pered to six (6) feet Hull and machinery In good order.
A NEW STEAM PILE DRIVER. Length, forty-eight
(48) feet; breadth, fifteen (16) feet; de;<th. three (3) feet
s;x (6) Inches; two (2) high pressure engines, six (6) inch
CYliuders, twelve (12) inch stroke; length of demok
forty-eight (4SI feet; space for logs fifteen (16) inches,
hammer weight two thousand (2000)poonda; flat bottom;
sheet?d with heavy linc; .propelled by ber own power;
speed four (4) mil ea per hour.
Terms cash. mthwmth6 November 26
Estate Sale, by Permission of Court of Equity.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
Real Estate Agent?, No. 56 Broad Street.
At Private Sale
A FIRST CLASS SEA ISLAND COT I ON PLANTA?
TION, on John's Island, wtuated on Stono River, teven
miles from charleston, containing 1100 aerea, about 400
cleared, well settled in Negro Houses. A good Landing
on the place, which steamers toEdisto past several time*
A HAST CLASS SEA IaL&ND COTTON PLANTA?
TION, on John's Island, one and a half miles from Stono
River, containing 700 sores, 240 of which is cleared.
November 25 m
Gas Stock at Private Sale.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
At Private Sale
- SHARES CHARLESTON GAS STOCK.
Apply aa above, at
No. 40 BROAD STREET,
November 20 Up Stairs.
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