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CiWlON UM NI5WS,
a. u. i AVIICAHT. EBITOB
OATIICART, MoMII.LAN k MORTON,
No. IB KAYNE STREET.
BAILY-TWELVE MONTHS... .
J3\| LY-y IX MONTHS.
TO NEWS UEALEH3.
"TJold closed yesterday ia Now York at 137 J. Cot?
ton closed in Now York at '27c.
Colton steady nt Liverpool; lld. for Middling
Thrco thousand persona aro ongaged in mining
oporationa in Mecklenburg County.
'Cropa lu Florida, ITO aro Kind to hum, .no H
Tho Now York lh-rald sayu Hr. DAVIS ?H about
to purchatio a country neat noar Montreal, with
$50,000 recently prcaontcd lo him by sympathizer*.
Tho young peaches in Dohwviro along tho Bay
. shore, wltoro nomo of tho kout orchards uro hil ti?
ll tod, bava suffered severely from recent fro.?tn,
and, it is aaiJ, will not yiold moro than ii quarter
Rov. JosETtt Li.'.ntM.i, tho piouM olorgymnn who
whjppcd his littlo boy to death becauoo tho child
would not any his prayora, and who was in COIIBO
qrTohco Boutcnccd to (ho Stato prieon of Now York,
bau bcon released on bail for a now trial.
Oort: Pops has appofcitod tho retruturj of elec?
tion's for Georgia. Thc Now OrloAna papera daily
urge- upon Ibo white ciiizens lo register, but thus
far tho number of colored citizons rogiatercd great?
ly outnumber Ibo " plaiu' voters throughout Lou
Owing to tho state of hts health, BiBhop ATKIN
BtSr'foU himself impelled to tendor his resignation
to ??"!,Convention at Ha recent soaalon in Wilming?
ton, N. C. Hut tho Convention, eaya thu Journal,
in dgcbjiiug .to raooirc it, toot riled their apprecia?
tion 0} bia abilltioa and bis Borvlcoa.
?"f? said to bo not certain, anya tho Richmond
R'?tUtV that Rov. ?.!r. WHITTLE, lrtcly oloctod
Msjabvot Bishop of thc Diocese of Virginia by tho
Protoaiaiit Episcopal Council, will lccopl Ibo posi?
tion^'n hcal'b, it ia said, being un obstado. Ilia
eloetion bas givon general oatinfnctiou in tba
oharoU throughout tho State.
A utni;iibr and imposing wedding coronio \y
01 uni off at Milford, Conn., ou Wednesday evening.
Tho troon) being a Kuight Templar, tho knot was
ModTn a Masonic Ilnll, mid tho bnppy couple wcro
encoriod under tho "areli of atcol" with imposing
frrar.dour. Tho Sir Knights wero in full uniform,
kid appropriate imo ic oulivonod tho ocjnsion.
In London 11 Mohammedan wno called lo thc
bar on April 30. Ilia nemo is Btn>nooDZK.s
Timutt, ntul bo ia Ibo Unit perron of that pcrxtin
Blon who bas been calkd to the English bar. Tho
oaths of allogioncc, etc., woro adiuiitistorod to him
In tho usual ternis, bat bo waa aworn on thc Koral'.
Ho inlet.tli lo practico at tho bar nt Bombay, and
will bo Ibu first mombcr of tho bar in Indiu who
Sa a di&ciplu of tho Prophet.
Tho Intu it diipatchca per cable, up to Ibo 25lb,
slatey that Earl DKUU? auuounccs that tho Fenian
Col. I! 11 UK it will o 1111 .tinly bo hnrtged, although it baa
boon reported that bia .sentence wa-j "ommutcd lo
imprisonment for lifo, rina 1:1 is negotiating tho
eettfomout ol tho -North Schleswig q net-lion with
DoumnrU. I'J'ho Czar of Russia; tho Sultan ufTnr
boy, tbo King of PniKein, and tho Emperor of Aus?
tria jyi.ll arrivo in Paris carly in Juno.
A oorrospondont to .tho Now York Herald writes:
"Information just rccelvo'I from bristol, on tho
lino of Virginia and Temiosaoo, statof that a per
foot reign of terror exists there, in consoquonco of
tho depredation of a company of Bnorcir-ow'a
militia who invaded the town. Thin company nutn
bora about ono hundred, two-thirds of whom aro
negrees. They aroxoprosontod aa h mt ni and low
innorQr tVc ?minuitn?t?'. '". ' - . '"y '!f
Some-talk" having beon . occasioned 'h?re, says
the X^ir.cbcstor (Va.)' ' Timex, on acoonut of U10
reported marringa of a white woman to a blaek
man, Ve .hsvb mud. inquiry into tho matter, and
found- the roport true. Tho happy groom is a
blao!(*man, raised and formerly owned by a citizen
of Wench.::: lor ; tho brido ia a win tn woman, for
come^tlnio a resident of Winchester. The mar?
?Iago coromouy waa porformod by .'a colored
clergyman.: '1 ,,T;?' ''. -"?"?'.."' ., .' e.
From tho Wilruington, Dispatch wo leam thal
JA MEM DODD, pf Fayolldrillo, N. C., vrbo waa trio tl
?md ncT.ii Hod at, Boneetteviilo, H. C., by tho civil
authorities, ' on' tho obargo of receiving stolen
goods',; waft on I'r/il.-.y.t-ikon from Unit piuco toDar
liiigloa.-.K. C.V to;bo Wort hy a BHUtaVy Commit!-"
sion for tao'?iinio offonco. It will bo romombored
that l A> wis an eat td immediately after bia acquit?
tal, anti put back in Jiil hy tho luiiitiry authority.
He will bo tried, on ?ho ii mt Monday in Jnly noxt.
Cob ROBERT QAMBLB, of Florida, died in Balti?
more on tho 23d inst., 87 yearn old. Ho waa a
native of Virginia, o resident of Richmond, till in
1823 bo removed to...Florida, whore he becamo a
wealthy and successful colton ' pinn ter. Col. Q.
waa IbjO broUier-ln-law of WM. WIBT, and of tho
late Judge Wot. ii. CADELL, or Virginia. At tho
timo of bis Ldoalh Cob U. wau on a visit to bia
danrrbtfir, Mrs. LETTY LATBODB, who died but a
few ilaya before ber father:
Tho ?anadian Confederation Act was signed by
Queen ^rcTOoiA-on Friday,-and tho new Dominion
of Canada cornea hilo existence on tho 1st of July.
Twenty-oue-members of tho Bonato, under tho
now nc,, have been. appointed. Au a consequence
of the prevailing fever for monarchical matters in
tho proyin .eg,'U|'| ia >t:vul that ono man br? already
become HO crazy (hat ho imagines himself a
ncphow of tho Queen and entitled to tho posses?
sion of Buckingham. Polaco. Ile attempted on
Friday to kill lou molli er h econ so abu did not sec
bia claims in that light. .'. ' ' '.
Tho lUchiuond fliapatch of-Monday saya: Tho
congrogatii/rtnf.tjig II tniui gf'bnaal havo. rented
tho second-story, room ol' tho new city.building on
Broad street lo bo teed a.*t a' i-yhag?gu?, tho dedi?
cation ceremony will bo performed on Friday noxt.
Tho syiuigoguo hos,bcon bandsoiusly iittod. up at.
an oiponeo of over $1201. Tbo address on Friday
will be delivered by Rev. Dr. WISE, of Cincinnati;
editor of thc Israelde, and o::e of tho most emi?
nent divines of .tbla'eountry. Tho ceremonies will
bo vory imposingy'und a largo numbbr of porsbna
will Lo present.
Tho Commander-in-Chief of District No. 3 l as
isGitod au order through Gonaral 8WATSE forbid?
ding tho police fort-o of Mobile wearing a uniform
in imitation o? that worn "by tho late robol army/'
On Friday lust tue' City Council p.assod tho follow?
ing resolution i,n tho subject : "That a committco
of two mer.ibord from oaob Board, to wh oh his
Honor tho Mayor a', nil be added, bo appointed, to
reprenant that tho uniform in question ia not 'pat
teraod altor a rebel uniform,' but io a copy nf the
uniform bf thu Central Park polieo of tho city of
A Londou pApor of tho 27th ult., roports. thal
tho nuinbor of ct ?un nie pt el brooah-loaders beftue
tho Comruittco at Woolwich has now roached
cirer ni m ty. Many of theo, hon tiver, aro mero
inventors' toys, and Bomo will not oven bear sub?
mitting ttf tho first simple to ,t of Iii int twenty
rounds at-tho fivo hundred yards rauge. It ls oven
lopprtod that ono Inventor flatly dccHuod tho risk
of firing fi orn tho weapan whlob hi tondorcd for
adoption,tfoaring, no doubt, ? that its destructivo
power might be demonstrated moro tm pl 0 s?ant ly
to tboso nslns it thia against whom lt wao dl
r oe ted. . ..
Alluding to tho failure of FBAZKB, TBXJTHOLM &
Co., tho Now York IndependetU H ayn that ' from
the known large assets of tho firm in this oountry,
U ls very generally expected that tho ' anspenslon
will bo only temporary. Tho firm bought Immens?
BTiounta of property in Charleston, and largo
tracts of I arni in South parolina, during Ibo war,
paying for thom in Confoilorato curronoy, and in
thia way aequirod vost wealth for a merely nomi?
nal consideration, lt 1B assorted that lfum one
half to two-thirds of ObnrloBton is ownod by tho
firm. Reports also s tato that, last year, tb oy paid
taxoa upon $14,000,000 property in Soul h Caro?
Tho Ponaacola Obierver, of tho Slat, says : "An?
other storm of unusual ch&rao er for this eosson,
visited our city this morning. Ct 1 anted in violence
nb ut half an hour. Wo havo heard of no damago
done in tho olly,' but the bay, aa usual, gavd ns
aomo lt mi it. Tho aoboonor Alar y Italilia, from
Apalachicola, dragged her anchor and flostid
agnlnottho PalafOX ttroot wharf, darna ?lng both
it aud herself slightly. The American phip Sman
J?nks and tho British, ship Scotia blown from
their mooriiigd and landed .on. Barkley Point bar.
t-inall craft! anti rafts Pf himb tr, tea., wcV? driven
to the boich, TUo oo?faaloi'i was great bat damago
liAnusdT CIOOUUATION.- The. DAILY
NEWS ptibii?he* ihr Oficial Lisi of Let?
tre* remaining in the. Fmloffice al the cinl
af each week, cu/rtealj/t/ to the followimj
meti?? of the New Fostofice Law, as the
newspaper having the lartjett circulation in
'he City of Charleston :
Hxcrion 6. And bo lt further onsctcd. That Ha La of lot?
tern remaining uncoiled fur In any Post?nico in any city,
town or village*, whero a newspaper shall be printed,
?hall hurvaftur bo publialicd oucu only lu Uio newapaper
which, boin? published wsckly or oftener, ?hall havo the
larguai circulation within rango of delivory of the said
ITT Asl communications intended ?br publication tn
Ihisioi-rnat must, be a ?Mesial to the Editor of the
Dam Neus, No. 18 Uayne-sirerl Cliaricsion, S. C.
JSusincss Communications to Publisher of Daiiy
H'eciiimof undertake to ixlurn refected communica?
AWcciligaments outouie of"the city must be accompa?
nied UrWl Ute cash.
THURSDAY MOHNINO, MAY 30. 1807.
Jon WORK.-Wo havo now completed our
nilice so ii9 to oxocule, in tho sliortc.it possiblo
lime, ALL KINDS OF JOD WORK, and wo
most respectfully ask Ibo patronuge of our
TUB ATTI) Il N KV-(? I : V 3 ; Ii. V I.'.s OPINION.
Fussing from llit? <|ucslipn of registration,
?nd thc qualification.! und disqualifications
therefor, tho Allornuy-Gcneral proceeds lo
IrC'tt of tho subject of general disfrnncbiso
nionl. A flor thc most careful ex nm i nut i un, wo
cannot lind any reference in tho opinion lo a
difference which clearly exists in thc character
ard extent of this disfranchisement. 7lint
difference ia: by the original Act each State is
required to adopt thc Constitutional Amend?
ment. Dy timi Amendment these citizens,
amoug others, nro disqualified from holding
uilioe, who "having previously us members of a
Statu Lcgisluluro taken au oath to support tba
Constitution of tho United Slates, shall have en?
gaged in insurrection, &C."
I A incuibcr of thc Stale Lcgisluluro, there?
fore, who had hecomo a member since tho es?
tablishment of thc Confederacy, would not bo
disqualified because, nover mind bow far he
lind participated in tho rebellion, bc bad not
previously taken the oath lo support the 'Con?
stitution of the United Stales. Defuro thc
Supplemental Rill was passed, however, this
fuel alti'flctcd tho attention of Congress, and
they attempted to remedy it, hut owing to .the
halite nilli which Ibo net wa? passed, Ihey only
half cfTuctcd their purpose. The Supplemental
Act in providing fdf regis!ration, specified a,
registry oath which required tho. applicant lo
swear among ot lier things, "tiiul he has never
boen n member of'any Stale . L?gislature, nbr
held any executive or judicial office iu ntiy
i'tiite, nnd afterwards engaged in insurrection
iiiViinsl,tho United.Status." . ThoSupplenienlnl
Ac!, therefore, included Ihc class which 'lind
escaped the Cunsiiliitionnl Amendment, tjut Ibo
Supplemental <Vcjl only excluded ithMC '?lftVo
from registry, and consequently from Toling,
bul il docs not disqualify them from holding
nfHoc, for Ilia provision of tho original nul ia
explicit, "thal no person, excluded from. TA?
privilege of holding o?lre Inj mill proposed amend?
ment I o the Constitution of the 'United'States,
shall be cligiblo lo election ns a mcmhor of the
.. , ' .1 .- ."
Cpa vont ton. . . ?.?
It therefore happens that a very corn-idijya
hlo clues of oitizens, vi/. : Thone, who were
oloctcd to thu Legislature only after tim eatnb
lislunout of the Confederacy, arc excluded 'by
the Supplemental 'Act from registry and. from
roting, but aro not excluded from election as
members.of lite;Gouvcution. Thin is'-'o very
.'?.l$?Lr?V??1 ??"Vfcw?Ti 113 11 con''us*on ideas in.
sume ino't active mid intelligent' citizens' who,
ns [he law now stands, arc not disqualified.
Before referring lo the general theory of tho
opinion, in reference to disfranchisement, lhere
is a special point to which wc would ask atten?
tion an the Attorney General's decision seems
mont extraordinary-on his own principles. .
Iii discussing the disqualifying, character of
members of the Legislature," Um Attorney
flcner.il says, with groat force and unusual,
clearness, '?'Thc question might however arise
whether n Convention held in a t-tule for fruin
?rig or amendment, of ila constitution would
answer lo thc description of u Slate Leg isl n
luru within thc Waning of thc" Act ? ' .Such' a
Convention, although it is clothed with Legis?
lative powers, cannot properly be denominated
a Slate Legislature, and, in thc acts now under
consideration, n Convention find a Legislature"
arc expressly distinguished from each other
for they require tho Constitution.to bc fmined
hy a Convention, and they require' the- Legisla-?
lure of the samo Slate to' adopt the Coiistili'i
tional Amendment. ( When, then, in. tho Kamo
acts, they again usc the phraso "Legislature of
thc State, they must bo understood lo use it in
iii? same sense, and as distinguished from a'
Constitutional Convention." Nothing cnn ,he
clearer than this oicopt ita direct,, inevitable i
consequence thal the disqualification 1 which'1
attaches lo members ? of the Legisla!ure dors
pot attach tn members of s> Convention, shu ?dy
because the latter are not included in .tho .a.ot,.
mid because, as thc Attorney Genural > ny?,'the
act uses Ihc word Legislature ns distinguished'
from Convention. Surely lhere is mi flaw iii
this reasoning, but, after "completing his logic,,
the Attorney General seems to hayo discovered
Illili I his imputable interpretation would' fVavo1
from disqualification the members of the State.
Conventions who ordained the secession of tho
Stoles, mid forgetting wbnt ho himself says In
another portion <>f his opinion, "My duly is
simply one of construction," he proceeds to re?
verse his whole work of "ooiiBfruction" by
"Rut ns to those legislative bodice which pass?
ed what are called ordinances of. secession, by.
whatever name they may bnvo boen called, I
um of opinion that their members nro properly
comprehended within Hi is disqualifying clause,
for I can imagine no official legislativo position
in which, tho duly pf allegiance was inoro dis?
in the previous paragraph, "in^h a conven?
tion, although clothed with l?gislative powers,
cannot ho properly denominated a Stale Legis.
Inluro," aud yeliu lon lines after il hasbeoomo
"a legislative body," -
At first, his pnly duly is "to construe;" now,
his duly ia "to imagine."
What mailers it to the Attorney-Ocneral
whether "tho duly of allegiance" was Violated,
Ibo question for him was: ls that violation of
daly ju i nish od by thia special act? .
1/ "official legislative" violation of the duty
of allegiance is in itself .disqualification suffi?
cient to override suoh a construction aa he gives
of the Aol, why should it not combino other
sections of the Act, and thua set aside Borne of
Its dearest provisions 1
We could understand suoh an opinion, held
and enforcod by a military commander claim?
ing to carry out the spirit and not the loiter of
the Aol, for we admit yery freely that this ex?
emption of mombers of tho Convention waa one
of tho omission? consequent upon the hurry of
legislation. We havo no idea thal Congreaa in?
tended it. Dut the Attorney-Ooneral repre?
senta tho law, he knowe nothing of accidenta
td?', omissions, his duly ls the construction of
the low aa it ia written, ?nd if any olaia of his
fellow-citizens can plead the letter of the atatute,
it ia his duty to austain the pie?, booause "Ita
lex scrota at," otherwise ho bicorne? the mer?
Apologist for wrong, and the supplemental exe?
cutioner of injualice.
We h ava for lome day ti past given ?oasidsre
bio space in our paper to ex tract's from oar'
Southern exchanges on the condition and
prospeo ts of th? crops. This ' w? ah all ooo
i : iiTiS i,-'., io
I te: ,-.<si.s.-ri
laue lu Ju mit il barrial time, willi ii view of
fiviug nil our readers u fuir oiniorlimily of |
brining a rational estimate of uur financial fu
.ire, mid what cmeerns us perhaps moro in n
i rival o capacity, of tho probnblo price of our
evoral alnplo proilucls (luring tho rcmninilcr of |
ho present anil during the cuuiiug season. Wc
hould bo 'glad if our friemla amt readers
hroughout* thc St oto would wrilo to us, from
imo lo time, during tho summer, mid givo us
i conciso statement of tho condition of thc
irops, &o.? iii tholr respective neighborhoods.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS RECEIVING,
sud DoUvciing Clerk, by one who li corapoteut,
in I oan lurniuh tho best of rvlcruiccs Address
Moy 17 At This Office.
WANTED-A Kl TI ' ATKIN AH CLERK IN
H MK GOOD BUSINESS HOUSE. Con koop s
lot of books, collect, and nuke himself gonorally useful,
ra J Drat city recommendations will bo given. Addrcae
t'EliaKVEllANOE, Dally Nowa QUI co._May 17
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
and Wash. Apply st No. 78 AMERICA H rill I. T
?ccond bouso above Mall. 9 May 29
TO ll IC VI' -Il ICSI 1) KN ric NO. J CHAI.Midis
TO lt KN T, A SMALL HOUSE. WITH FIVE
llooma sud Rllchen attached, within tlirco minute?
walk ol the Postolnoe. Apply st No. < ; WENTWORTH
STREET. - - ? ' - '?-'?? - ? _May 30
nnO IllCNT, THREE V IC ll V NICE itooaiH.
I Will rent at low rates to respectable persona. Also,
a nico Kitchen with two rooms; eau bo uscdwiUi a stove.
Apply at Nu. 61 NASSAU STUEEl.s fow duors from
Lino. _Msy 30
AFINE SIX ANO A IIAbFOCT.VK PIANO
to rent. Apply at No. 318 COMINO STUHLT, above
bokard atrcoL lhaws4_ *J_May 30
ITM (IMHIIEI) HOUSE COU IllCNT UNTIL
? FIRST DECEMBER NEXT, o lsrgo modern built
1IKICK 1IUUHE, Ufloen room- s:.l nwrsivo outbuild?
ing?, In ono ol lio boat locaU jun: hot, cold and ahowur
cathu convculout ihruuuhu.it; four ostensivo ' items.
AU tho uUnding, sod somo oihcr Furniture, will be ront
od with tho llouno. Street cu s pus tho door,
l or parllculars apply to
' May 33_stulh3_No. 3 Broad street
atO RENT. TWO FINE STOKES IN 'HIS
. Adgor Oultdliig. Possession of on; ?riven Itntnodl.
aloiy;.thoolliar from thu Ural Jone nest. Apply to
' April 30_tuth_lt AO UL ti LYNAM.
TO RENT, THREE UR FOUR FINK A III Y
RUOMS. in tho western part of tba city, very de?
sirable lur au ni lour. Hallway cara pasa tho door. Ap?
ply at W. Q. WHILDEN'S, corner ul King sud Doaufaiu
?troctn. _.. tuinas? _MM 'ia
mO RENT, JN THE BATII1NO HOUSE,
X two very desirable UNFUBNlSHEU SLEETING
ltOOilb, for thu bummer mouths. Apply on tho
prcinleca. tullun . May aa
riYO RENT.-Tl I AT DES1HAHLE 11ESI
_L DENCE, Na 53 Cannon alroot, noir Itutlodgo Av.
unuo, containing nix, upright sod two sltic rooms, with
gas thruoghout, cistern, wull, and smplo kttcboa eocoin
mmlalluaa. Tu au app nn>] tenant, toruis ruoduratn ;
Tioeauasion Khun Immediately. Enquire at WILKIE JON
k i UI/:11 Kl Vfb LAW OFFICE, Tto. 18 Brood B truel.
April _U . m th
rpO RENT, A MANSION OF TWELVE
1 room J, dollgbtfully altiiatod on ' .ont a Hey. Apply at
hu. 235 KINO b'l'KEKT, oppoalto liase!, ur at So. 10
HO I IP it ll AY._tba wwi May 23
TO RENT, IN THE U?TI1I.VU HOUSE,
Iwucool and desirablo sleeping Boonu ior lim sum
uiermouth*.' . . '._May ?8
BRICK. STAUI.r. TO KENT.-A CONMU
. Dil) US UIIICK h TA ?il.1',, v uh accommodations
fur noroua aud vehicle*, can bu Imo.I, If applied fur Huon.
Fur i-erUculais apply au prcmlies, No. 6) OllUECU
hTllKET, Wen CM?, near fradd. April ll
STORE TO REV 1' -\ THREE STORY
STOKE on Markut street, in rear cl No. VJ
lljyuo street. Apply coon, Qt No. 13 HAY HE 81 BEET.
Slay 3Q . ? . ??_
'IVO RENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 04
JJ HUNG STREET, with usc ol a Uno datera, l'or
lurtber particulars, apply ou Ibu premisa.
April 17 ?' . .
fpo KENT, A FINE RESIDENCE, NO. 74
J .Hneol street, formerly owned by Ur. Chisolm. Ap?
ply at Ko. 127 CALHOUN STREET.
May Si . C*
STOLEN, FROM OUR STABLES, NEAR.
LtNUD'R FETtRY, ON HANTfcE RiVER, on Satur?
day, uiglit. aAth May. I wo LA ito E DLACK 11 ol ts ll
MUI,IX-ono lavery good condition,' hu ru?ks of collar
and aad?l0,'?Ad had ?bocaon "when taken. Tho mtier
very poor, aud haa very sore ehouldira. We will irlvo
Fl ri y Dollars far, their return, and Twenly-ovo Dollars
fer inJuruiatiou that wlU lead to tho conviction ol thu
thiut. LAND it PARKES,
t * ?' : ' '. "Near Oourdlu'a Depot,
May 'Jo 0 . Northeastern Railroad. & C. (
FO li S A Lt,
J7IOK SALE.-FRESH HICK F AT STALLS
y NOS, 37, 88, M sod ta.. (llb tap) prices i JW to IB'
?untoMMim. *. ai... 'W
FOR S.M.K, A CART WITH "LI?ENHE."
Enq re st No. 139 ST. PHILIP STHEET.
IJtOU SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Scala, polo ond ?haft. Aleo, a ?et of double and
?ingle HARNESS, all lu itood order. Caa be Boen and
bargained for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
31 Lynch ctn et. May 17 .,
BO ARDI NB.
BOAKU1XG.-MRS. R0I1IN8ON HICK KUY
lu?anos luir friends that abo I now ready to rocclvo
a llmjicd number of DOABDERS, which .b< will endoa
vor to do on tho moat liberal and accommodating lonni,
and will bo tl un krui to any who may desire lo ia vor ber.
Apply at Ko. bi) WKSTWOBTH STHEET. May 21
?riVC. JE LL K V T BOARD. AT VERY LOW
Li rates, lu Uio most central business part of the city,
?llhout lodging, in. a pris atc home, can now be had.
or particulars addres. "X. L," Post?nica Msy 15
KERA O VALS.
EHMOVAL.-THE OFFICE OF THE
80UTBEtlN LIKE 1NBUBANCE COMPANY has
been removed from ovor the old Dank of Charleston to
No. BS BBOAD STHEET. .-...<? ? .
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVINO ON HAND A LA ROE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE Cl m MINO, m, i lab 1? m.- Ocntleinou. La
dlre end Children, and being deairous of dlminiahlng our
Stock beioro the seaeon sdvaucos too far, wo Would ob] K>
claily dna- tho .ttouUon of tho public toward* the reduc?
ion which will bo mudo In our pnces fer tho next two
or threa.weoks from daley ?.', ' > i t)l Jil
6* Apply afilie 'DEPOSITORY,
- january 29 ? ? ^ Na 17 Chalmera street.
J0I?N i/Al?l) MIDDLETON,
S?irPlNG kB lOMMSION WERCiiANT
T3;AL T I MjOJ* E, Md,
-pART CULAR ATTENTION TO SALK Ot' ' COTTON,
X Bice sud Southern Produrc, sud Purchase of O min
Oushu and PlantaUon .nppllea. Llboral advancea made
on oonsignincnts. -\ . ?
nssrJiKwna-Mesare. Lambert 0'ttinga l?ICo.? HslU
m?re; Porcher ArllSnr/, (Tt??lcbtori; Coboi?,~lianckul *
Co., Charleston; J. D. AU on k Co., Charleston; Qonr
din,'Matlldoasen k Co., Savannah; Durant k Waples, sa?
vannah; 8 tovell & Editions ton, A uguate i Flauer A Low?
rance, Columbia, 8. C. ; Mayes li Martin. Newberry, 8.
C.; James Pagan, Esq., Chcstor, S. C.
-February 35 rulbCtno
S. A. LAMBENT,
BODTHCRN ANE NORTHERN ORDEIta FILLED ON
OIHC? of John P. Newkhk,
NoinnpA?H-^THUET, cQUNKIi II UL SON,
J?-Agoncv lur EXTON'd PREMIUM TRF.NTOII
elli A UK ll i.s. All orders sent will be prompUy st dide!
to. Imo? , i\.,.?.rn?JT IM
M." WHlTINGr, I
CORONv:ir AND MAGISTRATE,
PAS REMOVED HIS OFPICB FROM C HAL M EB li
. alr-rt to No. BS ClirilCII hf BEET, one dooe
uorlk ol Hmsyi >lr>fi. ? AnirnM si
. '. ' ' < ; nm N AM K. .
rpHE FOLLOWINO ORDINANCE 13 PUBLISHED
A. tot the IntonuaUon of ail couoornod :
A? o a ni s AK ex TO HMO t ira tna cxBAKsnio OT rsmzs
AKO VAULTS IH TIIK COBPOBATZ U M ITU 07 TUX OCT.
I. Bo lt Ordained by tho Mayor end Aldermen, 'Hist
from and siter the ratification of this Ordinance, lt shstl
not be lawful lor any person to cleanse or remove tho
contenta of VAUjIa or Fri Ti ea wilbla tbs limits of the
city, without having prevlonaly obtained a llcenso lor tho
same; all such licensee to expire on tho Slit December
of ovary year, and be subject lo all requirements impos?
ed by Ordinances rognlaUng Ibo granting of Licenses for
Draya and c>rt?. ..
IL That thens? of Barrais In open Caris and Wagons
ls prohibited, and paru ca applying for License will bs re?
quired to pr?vido dosed Oana amiable for the purpose !
UL All persona hiving auch License shall ropoi t at
ono of tb li turd Houses, during tba day, hla or their in
tanUon ti lo such work dilling the snsulng night; In the
Lower Wards such report to bo made to the Main Guard
Bouso,in tho Upper Wards to Upper O us rd House.
IV. The place or placet for Ibo depoalt or such offal
?ball be designated from time to tims by the Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of snob Lteeasod Carl or
?ny other person who shell violate any of ths provisions
of this Ordinance, or shall neglect or renue to observo
lbs samo, or any1 bf thom, shall forfeit and pay for each
offence s fine not lo exceed twoaty-flve dollars, to be ct.
forced by the Mayor In his Court, or recovered In any
tither Court of competent Jurisdiction.
IlaMfted In City Council this seventh dav of May, In tbs
year of oar Lord one thoassnd eight hundred .nd six
O ..! . P. 0. GAILLARD,
W. H. BUTta, Mayor.
?_?_Clerk of Council 3rno Maj 10
T'A V ICllN - K ICKl'Kll rl'NOTH EC.
Or.FlCE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I '
. ' March 1.1887.1
A LL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS BET AIL.
2%. Uta spirituous liquors, within the city limit., who
bave not execrated their bonds and Uken out th. proper
iuds to show lhatthsy.havoltcenss to aajT, will b* rt*
ported aa not io inplying with tba law, attar Monday, o th
Those who nave cards ara hereby nooned to nave the
?ama placed in a conspicuous pbvre in the window. AU
telling to ob sarre tWs notice win also be reportad, after
Ihe abOTs-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH.
Marcha Clerk of UouocU.
AM USEME NTS.
HI Bli RN IAN " I TA I j L.
TI IRRE? NIGHTS MOKE.
rUUBSOAT, FRIDAY, ABD SATURDAY BVENINO.
MAY SO, SI, AMD JUNE 1.
WIZARD OF THE SOUTH, .
IN A VARIETY OF NEW AND STARTLING FEATS
Door* open st 7 o'clock; Fcrftinnsnca comnionccs st 8.
Scots recurved without ostra cbargo by applying at tho
Ha". May 30
$20. AGENTS WANTED, $20.
$70 lo ?200 por mooth-males snd l?malos-to sell tho
ONLYOENUINE COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
Vanurocturotl. It will hom, foll, stitch, tuck, bind,
tirald, quilt snd ombrolder beautifully, rn co, only 920,
mcludiug Barnum's salf-sowor and solf-turnlng hem?
mer. Fully war ranted for UTO years.
CAUTION.-Uowaro of thoso soiling worthless cast
iron machines, uriel or tho samo nemo as ours. For cir
cu arv and to-rn?, address U. ROWERS A CO., Nu. 255 b.
. Hlh S tro ot, Philadelphia Pa. lm May 20
MADAME F. LUDECUS,
D tux tn IN
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
NO. 252 KING-ST, Up Stitirs.
f IVAB1E-I TRIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFOR&tING THE
J_ LADIES or Charh mon. and Tit linty, that ibo bas
rooenllv opanod a Urge aseortinont of Fashlunablo MIL?
LINERY and t'ANCY OOOUS, and would bo glad If La?
dles would call and oxamlna thom.
Mrs. Ludecus prom?tes tn soR al the cheapest poselblo
rt.lua, being satliflod with small profits.
BTAMPINQ AND FANCY \Y01Ul
Dono al the ?bortest notlco.
Hbo has Ibo agency also ol M sd imo Demurest for the
calo of ber DH ESS PATTERNS, by the al l ol which
ovory I.edy oan bc her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
WILL PE OPENED
MONDAY, May 27th.
ANEW AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FASH?
IONABLE GOODS, comprising many novoltlo?,
wbtuh tiaro boon purchased ?luce tho lato dseli c In
pilcos, snd wlU bo sold Tory low. Cuslomors will
please coll and examina.
No. 423 King Street.
May 2S atulhlmo
mm, WHITFORD & co.,
MANOFACTULCUa AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
1 . ? '. ' Vt " .
AMERICAN EXPRESS UOLLDINO, NOS. 68, 67. 82
and Ol, Hudson otrvut, noar Duane, Now York.
T. F. OARHAHT.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. II. VAN WAGEN EN.
December ll) Gmo . T. HAMILTON.
A. S HULL, Ag'fc,
jtL 'smi^^uEiTwii N"'MEET?NO "AND CUUROIL
where bo will bo ?bul lo seo bis lld ri lends ?nd custom?
ers, an i has lu storo a full assortment of CLOTHS,
CU AUNO, OAS-dMLRES and VESTINGS of .-very >a
i ie ty. which nc will inako up to or 1er at as low pi Ices ss
j any similar establishment.
1 FUI... AI?O.iTMENT OF FU lt N" 13 til NO GOODS
FOR GE.S ILL M LS s WEAH.
AI. J Nc*. 'I'. FLYNN (furmory of C. D. Carr -A Co.,)
will supexiuload Lia Toalerlu,; Dupartmout as usual, anti
will give hts especial attention te Cutting Garments, and
Making an 1 in nu tug.
wnoLxaaj.1 AKD narran, OBJLLJIB rs
(XOTUS, MUERES AND VESTINGS,
<11S VI'S' FTJltMSHING GOODS.
No. 85 BROAD STREET
January 23 brno? CHARLESTON. S. O.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. SS7 KING 8THKKT
(Opposite Ann street),
O harleston, C. S.
Tho LATEST ISSUES ol tho Pres? always on band.
Subscriptions received and Gooda delivered or for?
warded by Mall or Express.
All CASH ORDEIUJ will bo promptly attended to.
February 23_. ly
WHISKERS and MUS?
TACHES forced to
grow upon tho smoothest
face In from th roo loire
weeks by using Dr. SEVIti
, CAPILLAIRE, tho most
wonderful discovery In ino- 1
dena ?elenco, acting upon
tho Board and Hair tn an almost miraculous marro er. It
has boon usod by tho elite or Paris and Loudon with tb?
moat flattering success. Names of edi purchasers will
be regtstored, and tr entire satisfaction ia not given tn
eve ry lustanco, the mossy wu! be cheerfully rcfusdod.
Price by mai!, sealed and postpaid, tl. Descriptive cir?
culars and testimonials malled froo Address BERGER,
8HUTT3 A CO., Cbcuilvta, No. 288 River streM .Troy, N.
T., Hole Agents for the United States
March 30_ . . '_?j
l-l linc NOTICE..
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY. ?
January 3, 1807.1
PUBLIC NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN THAT UND KU
tho following Ordinance Usennos havobcen prepare,
for delivery from this OOico. , . 8, THOMAS,
8X0. .. Be it Ordained by Us Mayor and Aldermen t,;
City Council atttmbltd. That from ?and aftor tho first dc;
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all carls, dray'
and wagons, used for priva to ?ad domestic purposes, la
tbs sane manner, and accord lug to tb? aamo proviiloai
now of force in relatlou to carla, dray? and wsgous, lei ni
driven lor hire, except giving bonds, Ap.I each s-.ici.
cart, dray or wagon, sholl bs provided with a bulgo cou
?sining tho number thereof, and marked Private, to ut
nhveed on the outside of tho shaft.
^^EO. 2. No persou shall bo taken by th? Treasurer ??
surely to any bond under tho Ordinance concerning u
censes for carta, draya, wagons and other cor nagi*, un?
less ho or ?ho be a freeholder.
sro. 3. The following shall hereafter be tho rates foi
licenses for public and private carls, dray?, wagons, Ac,
including the berms or mules used thereof, which shs'
be I roe from other taxation:
roaf JO CASTS, nain, arro., OB TBOSB atupLorxD rar AMI
li usia tan WlXaZXVKB, FOB lilaJS XUaxor OB OtOIBKOT.
For ?rory cart, dray or w^eJl?sitirn by on? hors? ci
mule, vi>). i . s nrr v
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two bprsesor
For eVery beek and carrtag? wilk two wheels, 920.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, ?ia
. For every slag? or omnibus (oxeept Uno omnibus
with two horses, MO.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus
draVn by four horses, 140.
For every truck draws oj two or more horses or m alas
For every exprese wagon drawn by two or moro horst ?
or mules, (60. . . .
ns SAD CASTS arm rarvATB oAtrrs, DRATS, STU.
For ?very bread cart or wagon, 16.
For every carl, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
m estie purposoi, and not to be em ployed tn the brans- !
porting of gooda, wares, msrnhanrtlso, lumber, or any
ouasr commodity, for compensation, ul thor directly or
Indirectly for the ?ame, shall pty for a license lb? som ol
ts, exclusive of the hon? or mais.
Ratified In Oliy Connell, this lath day of January
lu sj In the year of our Lord one thousand slgbt hun
dred tad sixty-six.
P. C. OAILIIAQD, Mayor.
Ry th? Mayor.
January ?_W. H. SMITH, Clark cf Connell,
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON 1
CITY HALL, Nov amber 9,186o, I
ALL PEBSONu DESIROUS OF REBDIIJJING IN T3D
Burnt Districts sud Wasts Placea of th? Olly, un?
der "An Act of th? General Assembly, giving authority
lo the City Council of Char Us ten to croce*! In th? maa
ter of a Fire Lean, with a vlsw to aid in Lui hiing un sha
Ot tr rr; cw." are hareby 110 nfl ed that Ul? form of appli?
cation for loans can bs obtained at th? omeo sf th? Clerk
cs* Connell, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. At.
All applications mast be t' d In the abovs mentioned
office, ss the Oommlttee will inset ?T?ry Munday to con
sider th? ?ame.
By order of tb? Major, W. BL Bal ITS,
NoTombsrlO Oak of Couccil.
ia ?su F. IL fi E ? ar,._
wiirrfi saiLHiiiR ?PBINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
rpUB PROPRIETOR'* l>r THIS CELEBRATED
X WATERINQ PLACE, hating :.. In groat expon".
lluro di? la?t BCAKUU. In i'll?-.vin ; tlir IHMIUJU of alni re?
pairing Ihn COTTAOES, p.t-jiHiin: Di- W?Vk* Mltl < reeling
now utitldltig?. to-iolber ?ul. nuuqr ot n-r linpr. yemen tu,
?rill i pen Tin: hPllINi . s for litt mi > lion <>. visitors au
Suturtluy, J.utio 1st, 1807.
Being altuslod hi HIP north W?rtern part of ?ho Hinte,
la?country remarkable fur il* brsutly ami liniHhfuI- ?
nota, UICKO, together willi the vii tm 4 ol (bo Waler.?, make
lt ono of UM uioet UOBIIMIK- WATKIIINU ri.ACES lu Ibo
00 nc try.
THE MIN Li LIA I i W ATERS
Of TUE SPRINGS are tim WulUi an>l niuo Sulphur, and
Chalybeate and limy po??es? nil I :<. linoel uuillllca of 1
these ??teni, and sro Rovcrelgu remedies f ir ?ll Otwusoi
of the LIVER, liOWELS, STOMACH ami KIDNEYS.
TUF. sritTNO!* aro aecrirtblu by uny nf Ihn roa.ls load?
ing to Salisbury, N. C.. and nt ?it ?i'.lnl (ho Wcatoru
North Carolin? Railroad will con?? y 1 ??it. r.i t-> Hickory
Station, al which placo uonnnmi-ni are nluaya In attend
ance to (?ko thom to Tilt; KMUNUR.
Dr. WHITE, of tho M ".ll. .1 College of Ylrulnb, will bo
at TUE SPRINOS til? ouUro Srsaiin, and invalida way
rely upon nood atlenUon.
1 lavin < again secured Ibo servie*1, of MIT. WKENN,
. nd mada ampio arruu;cincr.t? for kcnplug a OOOD
TABLE, and tho bent Wines, liipior? amt Segara, and
haring ongagod Hmlth'* Hand for ibo Sca<ou. wo aatoly
promlae to aU ?very eouv.-uloui-o for pleasure, comfort
a* d amuaomoat Uiat may bo desired.
UOA11U FER MONTH.SOO 00 I
HOARD PF.R WHBK. 18 OO
BUAII? PER DAY. 3 00
Cl ii lil re n antler 7 years nf neo and Ser
vant. Iltur Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT Sc CO.,
May 30 2mo
WE HAVEJUST OPENED A BEAUTIFUL ASSORT
MENT of TOOTH BRUSH li-i. uiauufocluroil ox
pro?.ly for ua by Mono YN lilli).-'., London.
A. W. ECKEL & CO.,
Uif SO Mo. 231 King ntreei, noor .\Lrk,.t.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GL.OHH INSURANCE COMPANY.
STOCKHOLDERS FEIIMONALY RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HEBB.
C T. LHWNDI'.M. Agent,
May ia tuTmo No. IL Broad street,
EDUC ATI OHM?
NORTH CAROLINA 3IIMTARY A.M>POLY?
AGREAT SCHOOL OF MAYHEM YTIl.AL AND
PHYSICAL SCIENCES, tor.elhor vrilli Lauguagce,
Literature, Political Econ,uny. lit-iliry, ft?*.
Thc Second Scanlon, Ninth Aca Ka.ir Y, ar, npn-iB Joly
lat, 1HC7. Diplomas conferred npou iira>lual<B In tho
A apodal ton rao of EE*; IN El 1UN*}, ARCHITECTURE
?nd DllAYVINO. I? offered to Ih'Hv WfajU v. I1J1 tn qualify
tuom.clvea lur Civil Engineer:., Lawry! ..', Ac, und tlo not
deatro to pur.iuo ether > t .1 Sic.-.
A Commercial Conrac gi ?vu tn OMS I who wfjh to pre?
pare tor bualnoe.4 Ufe.
No military duty oxctpt onottgil drill Mr licitly oxer
ciao. E111,ni*? inuilorato.
I'or circulara, containing full laarticnlare. , ni,
?tat. IC E. trot :?TON.
Supenut..ii...ni. M?Ljboiri. N. C.
May 28_ lulhsU
HOARDING AM) DAV ' iron YOUNG
MRS JOHN LAURENS, AN USTED UV THE REV.
W. U. Vt. UOWK, ?I No. IS ( 01,;;ui; M ruy.
1 ci m co rc ca ein cl riff OCIOIHT ISI,M,I'1 ouduv; w.t.y , nt.
For particular? apply aa ,*bovo.
October 18 th
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MBS. NICHOL?, A NATIVE Or- CU A11 LEB TON,
int daring (ho pial Alteen lCara a resident In
europe, ia dcalroua of gtv.bg liial.-ue'i'-u in this French
Isnguxgo, eil 1er at her ono rOiiAchec o. al (he lionaoa
of ber unplU.
Inquire nt Uro. KINNRY'S. Kn. 100 Kl:i j ntrjot.
DISHOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP,
mus CO P A RT N lilts li IP KXWTINU CM) ER THE
X naino and atyli of J. * W. KNOil will bo dissolved
by mutual eouacnt on tho lat nroxlmn,
' JOHN KNOX.
NOTICE OP COPARTNKRSIIIP.
fTVHE ?NDEBSIONFD HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
L Copartnarohlp undoi tho naniu owl style of CAMP
DKLIk KNOX * Co., for tho pnrpiinf. of carrying on flo
(JEM EU AI. AUCTION and COMMISSION Ul) 1INE88, at
tho promlsos No. 64 HASELL STREET, fornuTly occu?
pied by Ibo lalo firm of McKay fc l,"?nipbcll. ?aid Copsrt
nenhlp to toko effoet on Juno lat next .nanine.
. JAMES T. CAMPBELL,
(of tho lalo firm ol McKav Ai Campbell),
?i'i i Tim u. ^ v
COP ART N F. IIB ll IP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HKRETOFORF. EXISTINO
between WM. UcKAY and JAM 1 -S T. OAMPDELL,
under Uie name and ?lylo of McKAT CA11P11ELL, at
No. SS Haul atnet, being dlrailvud. WM. McKAY bsa
thia day associated with ulm Mr. JOHN CAMPBELL,
un JUT the nama sud stylo of McICAY n CAMPBELL, aa
AUCTIONEERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS In oU
Ita branches, at No. 130 MEEI INO Silt LET, opposite
Thankful for paat favors, ?0 hope, by alrlct att'jillon
to businus, to merit a share of the public patronage,
Lat* of the finn of McKdSy k C'ampbelL
JOHN 1:A M Pl! f.LL.
McKAY & DAMIT!Kl.1., AucUonOf-ra,
Ko. 1!M Morling street.
May 23 thm3 Opposite Pariiion Hotel.
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, m rn,'rn. No. 87B KING STREBT,
NEA ULT OPrOSITE. RABEL.
rpi IK MOST BE Atm FOL AUTIFICIAL TEETH IN
X 8ERTED at mod?rala price?.
If j- TKKTH EXTRACTED without pain hy means of
Or by DB. BJOBABDiON'Sapparatui for producing
LOCAL ANA?BTIIE9IA. '
March 8 lath, f mo
WILLIAM H. GILLILAi\D it SOX,
Boal Est?te Agenta, Anctionocrs
OFFICE NO. Kl BAHNE STREET. !
Beni'mber S "
WK HAVE USED oivLIJUiiArt'J l*tjjta%*< \%0
and they will do eli tim: 1? claiu.od .'or ihem, and
chtorf nlly recAnuncnd them tu 1 ul, li. 1 .yiir. ;
T. H. WATTS. Ex-Oovernor (if Alabiuu.
J. W. A. SANFORD, Alfy Uvn'i 01*A'aUtna.
ROBT. DOUGH ER TV, Judgi Suproiuo Court, Ala.
From Tnouas J. JODOK, Jnil?o s nj rc ruo CourL
I bsvoused UALLIUHAN'.-i PILT.S on my plonlaUcu
far Feror and Ague, and find (hun all lha( ls dalnW
(or thom. 'PHOS, J. J DDO E.
Montgomery, Als., Septomber 29,1808,
L?W?tpn? COUNTT. Alabama.
OALLIGHAN'8 FEVER AND AOV? IT!.I.s wflldo,
Tbsy ara deoidsuiy (ho beet mmllclnn for Chilla and i c.
ver I over gavo. Iwoold not bo without them for fm
times tho prlco. J. A. ORAHAM.
AiresiODS, April 17, 1887.
Ono box of OALLIOHAN'S PILLS cured mn perfectly
of Chill, and Fever. They aro tho beat m dlclne tor
Chilla and Fever I ever ssw. A. O. HONALDSON,
Clerk Buperlor Court, 8uniU'r County, Qa,
MOSTO?MI.BT. ALA., Jnly 0,1800.
Mesan. BLUNT A HALE-OXMISI I bavo unod your
0 A LEIGHA N'S PILLS ou two occailoua fer Chilla ano
Farer, and lind that thoy ciTect ell that Uiey oro intend
ed to do. Ihoy are tho beat n-inody for the JI?ease Uui
1 hs TO aver tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Re?pe?ifuJly, DAX'L SAYRE,
0 rand Sac Orand Lodgo V- ?nd A. al. of Alabama.
A un MT, GA., March 11,1807.
1 have used OALLIOU AN'M PH,I,a In forty oasosc.
Chill? and Fervor, with pericet success. Thoy ore tit
bael Pavor and Ague Fill put up.
A. B. FAKT.
(WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, RlMvllAV cV CO.,
No. 103 Mes.ting etreer.
And by aR Druggists.
DLOTJ.Vr ?V HALE,
May lt_ too_Montgomery. Ala.
OFFtCE OLKBK OF COUNCIL-THE FOLTAOWINO
clause of 8*3lion 1 af an "OrdinoncA (o lulso Sup?
plies for the ye ir 1807," ia pubUehrd for tho Information
of persona so Ul og doods by sample or olherwioo, who are
not residents of thia airy. AU such persona ara hereby
notified to report at th ts omeo.
"Three dollar, on every huuilred dollars of all goods
Bold lo Uili oily by runt not roaldcnte, by aampl* or
otherwise." W. IL SMITH,
March H_dork of Council
OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OP POLICE, 1
. Onmi.rsTOW, H. C., May 2J, 1808. I
PABAQRAPH U. ?7 ORD IN A NOE TO RKOULATE
th. ocicscaing of Priyi.Ni and Vault?," forbids the
aaa of b?rrela In 01 en ?arta and wagons, and parties in.
plying for lioeiiae are required to pr?vido cfowdcjvu
suiubio for tb? purpose. AB persona, th ore fore, ?ho
purpose- teluna jobe of the kind, sro hereby rr qui red lo
bring Ihelr cart* to main gawd honao for ictp*. ?on be
a applying lor Ucsnse, a Ii. RIO WALD
May 9* imo Captais of roUca.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND F?HN?.
No. JJ 14 McetiHR street,
((I HA It LIME,)
a ll A1U-.K STON, H. O
MANUFAtrnUtBS HT EA M ENGINES, llOU.KItS
uni MACHINERY, Haw Milln. Cuni MiiU. ilorao
Powers, Vortical sud Horizontal Hugur Milla. Cotton
Head ('rustier*, McCarthy Collou Ulna, aud all kind? of
Iron and Dross Casting", lo order.
JOUN F. TAYLOR. JAMES DAIIELEY.
Charleston, H. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO KXEOUTK ALL ORDERS FOR I
limit and LOW PRKSHUHK. PORTABLE and I
STATIONERY HTKAM ENGINES and BOILERS. RICE
THRASHERS (from now njtlnniB, willi all Iho modern
Improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS, Ar.. Ac.
CASTING'S IN IRON AN? BRASS
Promptly attended lo willi neatness and dUrpatch.
Repairs to Bluriuo and other Work,
Shall rccclvo Hpcclal altonion.
FOR BALE-Ono 12-horeo potter .: 1EAM ENGINE,
nearly new; several now and nocoud-h nd BOILER I, f
tu 10-horse powor.
CONSTANTI.Y IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, 13 and 20 Horse Tower Steam
?ir* All Ordore for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall ro
OOITO our prompt and careful attcntioo.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll _Ira
YOUR ATTENTION IS GALLED TO OUR REDDOED
RA1*E9 for TONOUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
I t-a FLOOniNO, at t25 por M.
6-t FLOORING, at ?2S per M.
a-1 LIN INO. at tis per M.
T-8 LININii. at 8'15 per M.
We also hero various o thar Bli ca of dressed and rough
r.rrtTuua- sat wbiei. wi.i bo disposed of at lowest
I oaah prices.
EBAUGH & U ALLON EE,
PLANING MVT.v. AND LUMBER YARD.
IIORLDEOK'B WHARF, NE Alt N. E. RAILROAD.
BRI DGES & LAUE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS DX
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Sf neill ii ery of IC very Description.
I TAITS PATENT ROLLING LEVER SHEARS
So. BO) Co urti? url -n t., t or uer of Grtenwleh,
O AILROAD AXLES. WHEELS, CHAIRS, BP IKES.
AV Bolts, Nuts, Wsshera, Car, Ship and Bridgo Bolt*,
Iron Forgings Of varieos kind*, Ac. A.-,
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
II AND LAX TERNS, Portable Forges and Jeek Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Pres. and Silver Trimmings,
Belting of all kinds. Baggage Chocksjie., Ac
Also, Agents lor the tnanufactup'-' ot OAR HEAD
AU!fill BRIDGES..ICELO. LANE.
No>7!Tibt * . _. , ttilrmr-nc
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE (0.,
ENGINE LATHES. FLANE RS,
HIPBOyED CAR WHEEL BOXES
MACfllMSTS' T00LS0F ALL DESCR1PTI0KS
Works at .Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE ANS. WAI 1ER OOM, No. 323 PEARL ST.,
? M!W tORK.
December IP tao
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DR, JOINYLLI.E' S PT TTTR YON
can be curad ptnnanontly, and at a trlthng cosL
Tbc astonishing sncoea* which ha* attended this In
rsluable modlctn* for Pbyalcal and Nervous WeaVnses
General Debility and I'rotlrstion, Loss ot Muscular stn
orgy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthfu.
mdlacru.ioo, tsodors lt tho moat valuable preparauon
aver discovered. ...
It will romovo all nervous affections, depression, ex
clttment, Incspsclly to study ar buslucsi, l.aa of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts ol self destruction, fears of In?
sanity, a;0. It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who hare destroyed lt by sensual ctress or s vii
practices. . .. .
Young Hen, bs humbngged no moro by ?'Quack Doc?
tors" and Ignorant p.actllioners, bat sena without dota y
for the Elixir, sud be at ou oe restored lo health and hap
^eas. A per reel Curo I? Uusranloed In every Instance,
ce tl, or four bottles to ohe adare-> ?8.
One bottlo ls sufficient IA tile ct s cure in sU ordinary
cass*. t. '
ALSO, DH. J Ol Ny ILL fH SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy turd permanent cure of Gonorrhea*, Gleet, Ure
iii ml Discharges, Gravel, Htrlotorr, end all afiect?na o
tho KIdntys and Bhuldor. Cures effected In from -ns to
Ave days. They ere prepsrod from vegetable of!tract*
that are harmless on the system; and never nauseate tho
alo m arti or impr?gnalo the breath. No changa of die
ls necessary wbll? using them, nor doc* their action In
any manner intsnsrs with business pursells. Prk o SI
Either of tho above-ni en (I on ed articles ?111 bs sent to
soy address, closely, sealed, and post-paid, by mall o
expr?s* on receipt of price. Address su orders lo
BERGER. BUUTTS L CO., Chemist*,
March 80 lr No. i8g River street. Troy, N. V.
swat Xi B A U T Y.-' Annum, jOtts*.
?irYk JtJ Golden, Flaxen, and Br^kx
Bf ?JR Silken CURLS produced by X ?~1B
IC yfJL the use of ProfsesorDav B*
?9kj&. nilLTUX'B FRISER LR JB
SS?F^M? CHEVEUX. One apollos, M??C
MaPJ&?l^un warranted to curl "- sfttrXfoMha
? ' ~ most straight end stubborn V VjpV"
hs1 "of either sex into wavy ringlets, or hoary massive
cv. . . Ha* been uaed by the fashionables ol Part*and
London, with tho most ?atifytng results. Does no In?
jury to lbs bair. Price by mill, staled and postpaid, tL
Descriptive circulars mail sd free. Address BERG KB.
BHUTTS A CO., Cbamlat*. No. 3SSRiver street. Troy. H.
Y., Sole A ESQ I* for the Dotted Stat**,
March 89 ly
G. F. VOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Po ri od i cal s and Stationery.
A Ur e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1887, Etc
toa and larg* aaleotlon of HOVELS, by th* most
rsi rratsd author*. BONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Hom.
Am 'ssxossta, fco.
AL Ut* MONTHLY MAOAZINES, WEZXLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions r*
salved 'or the sam?.
Ord*? from the conn try sr? r carped folly solid ted.
TERM? LIBERAL_Nc vam ber?
OFTIOH CHIEF OY Dsfl'EOflVE9,1
'V.--JSI .. CsumtXSTOH, kt*T OU, 1MT. I
TUBBS FROM A COLORED BOY, ON TH st lim
?" April isa?, ?ry soxa* of Uv* Otter*, et VIOLIN AMD
3ABB. known to ba stolen. Any on* losing th* esme
rUl oom* forward, prov* property, and tak* 'Taway,
BU W. H KS "IR I CKa
-???yi i, i mmmfmmm ur mmgg.
GROCERY ANO IV.U CEL1?M0?S.
SIDES, SHOULDERS, *ci\
' > 0 1?^III>H. ci.KAU UIIIUED BIDES AND B1IOULD
M Ulitis. Junis. Kn T lauding end (or ulu low by
T. M. CATER.
Moy 30 _1_ ltrotvu'M Wbsif.
HAY ! FLOliltT"
cr f\r\ HALES I'UIMK M. IL HAY
fJV'V / 190 barrel? Extra. Super ami Kino Flour.
For salo by JNO. CAMPSEN A V.O..
No. li Marl ot. opposite Klato alroot.
May 30 1
NEW BUTTEE AND CHEESE,
l.VNDIMi PRU STKAMKIl MANHATTAN.
A N ASSORTMENT OF FBK.H1I ?ROCEKIE8, AND
2\_ KICK ut different graden lu aloro and for aale byfJJ
MULLER, NIMITZ A CO,,
Moy 30 1 Mo. im East Hay.
PEE DEE SHINGLES.
40 OOO PR'M|E fbM**w s?iNoLK3- foj
" FAIRCHILD* HAMLIN,
May I? a Enstend Laurun? alroot.
i)/ vfw \ UU81IKI.SPHIMK WniTEOOKN.
"UUU For aale by HO KEV KN A. NIHRET.
May IC Accouitm dation Wharf.
PEAS 1 PEAS!
WANTED. OOO TO 1000 BUHU ELS OOOD COW
Apply to Jin IN CAMPSEN A CO..
Ko. 14 Market, opposlto State atxeol.
May 28 ?
RICE, FLOUR, Ac.
r rv TIERCES PRIMECAROLINA KICK
t}\' 100 I Irr. us primo East lutlla Rico
100 barreta cheap t'est India lllco
00 barrels .-unsnor sud Fino Flour.
For nalo low by J. 8. bCUIHMKH,
May 33 thstaS No. 193 Esst Bey.
A ll ONE IVS AND PLANTKK'S POTA.
TOES end other vegetables, purchaahod lo any
nueuUty at highest Cash market rates, by
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON ll CO..
May 9 thin Imo North Athsntlo Wharf.
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(IHUOnrOBSTEO MO viki nm 1, lBOO.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelou and Napa
W. U. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST CAT, CHARLESTON, 9. O.
BOOK, HtlEKRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Port, Wino Lllltcra, Claret, Sonomo Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champoguo lin quarto). Sonoma Cham?
pagne lin pints, 21 la a caso)-In wood and glaas.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & DO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
H A WE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
I GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
May 7 tUthsSmo
THE BEST TONIC NOW Iii LSI! !
EXCELSIOR l__EXCELSIOR I
For Bemevlng Superfluous Hair.
T?O THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, TI I Id IN VALUARLE
don lia lo ry recommends I tao b* ia being an almost in
luapcnsiblo article lu femalo b cauty, us easily a pp Ll od,
doon not born or injure tho skin, but acta directly on the
roots. It la warranted to rcmovo aupertluons hair from
lour foreheads, or from any part ol Ute body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating tho aune, leaving the
akin soft, smooth and natural. Thia ls tho only article
used.by tho French, end la the only real effectual depila?
tory la existence. Price 78 cents per package./ post?
paid to any address, on receipt of an order, ny
BVUOKR. tili OTTS A CO., Chemists,
M arch SO lr- Na 286 Uiver st. Troy. N. T.
There cometh glad tidings of Joy to all,
To young and to old, to gloat and to email;
The boen ty which once was so precious and rare,
Ia free for all, and all may bo fair.
By the us? of
For Improvisa: and Beautifying the Complexion,
The moat valuable and perfect propel acion lu use, for
giving the akin a boautirul pearl like tint, that ls only
round In youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Mass
pies, Blotches. Moth Pt telita, baXownea*. Eruptions,
and all Impurities of the akin, kindly healing tho same
leaving tho akin white and clear aa ala bas tor. Its use
cannot be delected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vogelable preparation ls perfectly harmless. It la the
only article of the kind used by tho French, and is con?
sidered by the Parisian as Indispensable lo . perfect*
toilet- Upwards nf 30,000 bott!os were sold during tho
past year, a sufficient guaran tee of Its eJAcaoy. Price
only 15 oenla. Sent by mall, po.t-pald, on receipt ot OB
HERO EIL HUUTTH k CO., Chemists,
28S Uiver m.. Troy, N. Y.
March 80. lyr
THE WOULD ASTONISHED
AT TUX WOlfDERTUI, BETXLATZONa
. MADE BT THE OREAT A?TROL?QIrjT,
Madame H. A. PE RR I GO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those who, from doleful
events, oslaatroplirs, croesus In love, loss ofreialtooa and
friends, loss of money, Ac., havo become despoil i e-at,
Biie bringa together those long SA para ted, givus miamis
ti an concerning absent friands or Lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, talla you the bnslnoes yon oro beat
rifled tu pursuo sud In what you will bo most suoceea
eauses speedy nuu-rlagon, and leila you the very dsj
jou will marry, gives ycu the names, llkensss and char?
acter la tics or tho person. Hhs reads your very thoughts,,
sod by her aiment eupcrnalural powers, unveils tho dark,
and bidden myitenes of the futura From tbs atare mm
sea In the armament- tho msic?o alara that overcome or
pr- nominate in the configuration-(rom the aspects and
positions of the pianola and tho fund atara in tho h cavana
at tho time ol birth, abe deduces the future destiny ci
man. Fall net to consult the gr os text Astrologist on
earth. It coats you bul a trille, and y ou may never again
have so favorable an opportunity. Consul talion fee. With
likeness sad all desired Inlonnatton, ?1. Parties living,
at a dla lauco can consult the Mad arno by mail with equal
aafety and eatiantclion lo themselves, as If tn person. A
full and e Hillel I charl, written out, with all Inquiries an?
swered end Uk aurea enclosed, aent by mall on receipt ot
pr!oe above mentioned. Tb? strictest aecresy will ba,
aasamtajfassli and all correspondence return od or destroy?
ed. Belorenesa of tho highest ord ar furnished those de?
siring them. Write plainly (ho day of the month and
yetar Tn which you were bom, mu losing a a mall lock ot
Address, UaDaVB IL A. PKRRI0O,
P. O. Dux waa in*, DOSTAIXJ, N. T.
MIIEBJ ?Al'DIiSSc ri'AN?,
Office No. 147 Mooting t,
Eve ry attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIOHl'
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April ia_ Armrests, pet
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Pawer,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
(IO. 1?7 UKADK STREET,
Oontr Budsvon Blrcct, New York.
T\IV 9AFZR AND TH MATERIA LB COT