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TUESDAY MOBNING. JULY 16, 18677"
JOB WOES.-We have now completed our office
?o aa to execute, in the shortest possible time
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we most re
?pectfully ask the patronage of our friends.
Post Office Notice.
POST OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Joly 6, 1867. \
After to-day the mails for Northeastern Railroad
Will close at 8 o'clock A.M., and to-day and after?
wards they are expected to reach the Railroad
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to be ready for
delivery at this office at 3:30 o'clock P.M., except
on Sunday, when the hour .will be from 6 P.M. to 7
' P.M., until further notice.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
POSTOFTICS NOTICE.- An evening mail for Augus?
ta and Savannah, and for distribution beyond thoso
offices, will close daily at the Postoffice at half-past
AcE^owLEDoctfEKT.-Our 'hanks are due the
Southern Exprese Company for copies of late
LOEB, LIMB.-We direct attention to the adver?
tisement of Mesan. OLNEY & Co., in another col?
umn. They offer Lime, Cement, Plaster, Sec., and
builders or contrae tors will find it to their advan?
tage to give them a call.
A* EX-CHIRLESTONIAN RECEIVES THE CHOSS OF
THE LEGION OF HONOB AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
Among the Americans who have received the dec?
oration of the Legion of Honor from the hands of j
. NAPOLEON, we notice the name of Professor J. LAW?
RENCE SMITH, Commissioner to the Exposition
from Louis vii le, Ky. Professor SMITH is a native
of this city, and a graduate of the South Carolina
Medical College; he then went to Paris, where he
made chemistry his special branch. Soon after his
return to this country, he was appointed an Agri?
cultural Com mi sui oner to Turkey, for the purposo
of teaching the Sublime Porta how to plant rice in
Carolina stylo. He was subsequently appointed
Professor of Chemistry in the University or Vir?
ginia, but left that position; to occupy a similar
chair in the Kentucky Medical College, where he
bas achieved a fine reputation, and wields a large
BASE BALL.-Agreeable to announcement, the
match game of Baso Ball between tho Palmetto
sad Alert Clubs, was played on Saturday after?
noon, in the presence of a large crowd of spec ta
ion. Notwithstanding the threatening aspect of
lbs weather, the players were promptly on the
ground, and at half-past two o'clock the game was
called, the Alerts getting the bat Five innings
wen played, at the expiration of which the Pal?
metto's wen declared the victors by two runs.
It should be stated that a sixth inning was com?
menced, but owing to the rain, could not be finish?
ed. The playing throughout the entire game waa
excellent, and the contest was maintained with
spirit on both sides. We hope that another trial
will be made between the nines, at a more favora?
ble season, when they will better be able to do
justice to themselves. We append the score.
ALBUS. KONS. oma. PALMETTO'S, HUNS. OUTS.
Maguire, LL 1 3 Jones, p. 3 a
Blair, SLA 0 3 Tow r, Xb. 2 S
Lockwood. I.b. 1 S Warded, s.s. 3 2
Conklin, Xb. 2 2 Stubbs, S.D. 3*1
Moroso, C.f. 4 0 Reed, Lb. 2 1
HesBn. adi Denny, r. L 3 l
BAndrard. r.L 2 2 Van Bleak. LL 2 2
Easton, p. 2 2 Barber, ct 1 2
Oorneliaon, &.b 3 o Schachte, o. 8 l
Total.19 1? Total.21 16
Passed Balls-HESLIN 10; SCHACHTE 8.
Fly Catches-VAN BLECK 1; TOWEB 1; DENNY 1;
KESLIE 4; CONXUN 1; SCHACHTE 1; STUBBS 1,
Scorers-H. 8. BRUNS, Palmetto, and C. N. WIN?
NER Alert, Club.
Umpire-H. W. BENTON, Graham Social Club.
Time-One hour and forty minutes.
MATOB'S CorrET, July 15. ^Emeline Jenkins, a
colored girl, with a temper which will hardly im?
prove with age, ands fluency of bad language that
wac remarkable, abused some children to such an
extent thai she bsd to be locked up ten days so
aa to cool her off
Two men who were barbarous enough to raise
?row at eshaving shop ou Saturday night, wore
fined $0 each.
An individual who had interfered with the police
in the matter of a boy swimming in a public pond
waa fined $5.
Henry Bead, s colored youth in the employ of
Ephraim Blake, who had put on s pair of panta?
loons belonging to one James Rose, another color?
ed person, thereby leading the said Boee to
imagine they had been stolen from him, was
looked up "tn days, with the full sanction of bia
A white woman who fell upon the highway on
tike Sabbath, and there laid until taken off by the
polios, paid 19 for her disgraceful frolic.
Ellen Carr, a colored girl, who had beaten a little
child, was fined 12.
A mau who had fired a pistol in the street at the
middle of the night, for the purpose of amusing
the sTirrormding neighbors, was sent to the
Provost Marshal, so that the fun might be con?
A woman who had thrown water from a window,
waa fined S2.
Ihne hoys who wan swimming at the Rutledge
elxeet bridge, near Caihour. -trout, on Sunday at
111 o'clock tn the day, wen properly fined $5 each.
DsREttrr COURT.-Hon. GEO. W. LOGAN presid?
ing.-The following Jury wea organised :
Isaac M. Wilson, Foremai-W. 8. L anneau, C.
T. Puohardson. Alex. B. Wilson, T. Richter. Wil?
liam Kappe, J. M. Williams, Jno. F. Streckfusa.
Supernumeraries- Eugene M. Weet, Wm. G.
Issop, Thoa. Power, F. D. C. Kracke, Chas. H.
The Court then proceeded to the trial of the fol?
lowing cas es :
Tba -State es. Beckman McCall-Assault and
Battery. A.P. LTNTNO, Esq., for the defenoe.
The State vs. Philip Martin, Samuel Gordon and
Dave Morrison-Larceny. Guilty as to the three.
Tbs Stats vt. Charles Hyman, Amelia Hyman,
and Ernestine Green. R. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., for
the defenoe, Guilty.
The State vs. Samuel Grogin-Larceny. Guilty.
TheState OJ. Adolphus B. Steinmeyer. R.S.
DCB YEA for the defence. Not guilty.
The State vs. Dominick Boyce-Assault and Bat?
The State sa. Philip Martin, Samuel Gordon
said Dave Morrison-Larceny. Guilty.
The State vs. Mena Graber-Assault and Bat?
tery. Three cases Nol Pros in each of the three.
OOCBT OB GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON
PLEAS-Hon. F. J. MOSES presiding.-The Court
met at 10 A. M., and the following juries were or?
Jury Ko. 1.-J. B. Bissel, Foreman: Jas. Bocke,
Dennis Hefferman, F. W. Eggerkin, Jno. Mahony,
Sr., W. B. MoKewn, 8. A. Woodside, Geo. Samson,
Thoa. F. Fitz jr, H. G. Wannken, J. J. Ballentine,
J. J. Small.
Jury No. 1-J. L. Honour, Foreman: W. Hume,
Jr., Thoa. H. Smith, Jas. Shurbrigbt, J. H. Thiel,
W. J. O'Connor, Jno. Burbage, Peter Crawford,
W.Shannahan, Mat. Sweegan,!). Jennings, Jr., H.
Supernumeraries,-J'au. Brock, F. J. Rehkopf,
J. H. Symons.
The different city dockets were sounded, and
day* assigned for the trial of the several oases.
A number of civil cases, mostly for debt, were
tried, but were of no public interest.
U. 8. Co ?BT-Hon. GEO. 8. BBXAN presiding.
Jn admit ally.-PETER LAWLES et al., vs. the
steamer Volunteer and owners. A libel for wages.
On motion of A. H. BROWN, Esq., the libellante
proctor, it was ordered that a monition issue, re?
turnable on Thursday next, at 12 M.
The Grand Jury were called, and in place of Mr.
JAS. K. ROBINSON, the late foreman, Mr. JAS. H.
MURRELL was appointed, and there being no fur?
ther business, they were discharged.
The United States cs. one still and appurtenan?
ces, one hogshead of molasses, and six empty bar?
rels. Informatijh for forfeiture under the Revenue
The Jury returned a^verdict for the United States,
and that the articles in the information are for?
On motion of the District Attorney, it was or?
dered that the goods, wares and merchandise in
t>rie information be condemned and sold by tho
Marshal after giving fifteen days notice of the sale,
Mad the United Statis Marshal pay over the pro?
ceeds of the sale.to the clerk of the court to abido
The jury charged with the case of EDWARD DALY
creditor of FLAUM ts. JULIUS FLAUM. A petition
to become an involuntary bankrupt. WILETNSON
and GILCHRIST for crediton, and T. Y. SIMONS and
HBNBT BUIST for defendants. Aftsr a charge from
the Judge upon the different features of the case,
the jury retired and rendered Jhe following ver?
MOONLIGHT CONGEST ON THE BATTEST.-Thron
the courtesy of the Poet Commander, the ba
will perform this evening on the Battery. 1
ptogramme that has been selected will please
lovers of melody, and we advise those who wish
leave dull care behind, to visit the Battery a
oaten to the music of tho band.
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION.-Tho present tppei
ance of tho weather promises a continuance
both suu and moonshine, and those parties w
were debarred from taking the excursion trip
Saturday, will now have another opportunity DJ
sonted to thom. The Mount Pleasant Fei
Steamer will go on an excursion trip to-nigl
leavi'.g tho Market wharf at 84 P. M. A band
music has been engaged, and the excursionif
will have every attention paid them. It will be
opportunity that is raroly offered, and all who c"
Biro to spend a pleasant evening will not neglt
the moonlight trip around the harbor.
THE Fara.-The announcement that the ent<
tainment of the eroning would be varied by
promenade concert and by It?Ueovx vivantes, dr<
a much larger audience than usual, but the mor
sonnd of music and the gay badinage of the bell
and their attentive beaux, soon cleared away di
care, and tho evening hours moved on goldi
wings. Tho lady "managers of the Fair deser
great cr.'dit for tho tasteful manner with whit
thoy bavo arranged both tho tables and the dec
rations, and we trust that they will meet with
reward in the liberal donations that will be ma?
to the sacred cause of charity.
PARENTAL CABE.-For the size of Charlesto
we think it has as many vagabond boys, as ai
other city in the Union can boast of ; boys that c
nothing but loaf about the wharves, the bon
district and other places, fearful of work, and pe
fectly regardless of every thing by which thc
might obtain knowledge. Idle in habits and withoi
the little means that a proper industry would gn
them, they must resort to an improper mode <
living, which commences first with pilfering, an
ends in stealing. That this is the oki hiato rv <
boys thrown upon the world without paren ti
care, we know, and it is on this account that w
desire to see some system ea ta bushed-some ?
stitution built up, which will save Ukase youth
fx om error, and make them worthy men. Genei
ally too old to be put in the Orphan House, an
there being no House of Befuge, the city is witt
out means of caring for them, and numbers c
them when brought before His Honor, the Mayoi
have to be discharged in cons?quence. If the
could be placed for a limited time in an establish
ment, where they would be compelled to labor, i
might give some of them a desire for work, and a
least, would keep many from participation ii
vicious habits. . .
At the present time, it is these idle boys, who
with many other nuisances, offend decency, am
give much trouble to tho police by bathing in pub
lio places at any hour of the day that tide ma;
suit, regardless of the appearance of neighbor
and passers-by. But it gratifies os to peroeivi
tba j the Mayor has severer/ punished three of t Iii;
class by a fine of five dollars each.
The poverty of the city certainly prevents itt
patting up an institution for the benefit of tbii
portion of oar community, but we think if propel
efforts were made, and activo oxortions were used
the Government might be induced to assist in ob
taming a building, and to start a House of Befuge
which might, in a m oas uro, bo mado self-sustain
ing, and which, while it would be highly beneficia
to the boys, would be the cause of groat thankful
ness from many others. ?
TEE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.-We are pleased ti
learn that tho work will at length be recommenc?e
on this building, and the public will no longei
be annoyed by the unsightly appearance presen?
ted by an unfinished pile. An appropriation ol
$35,000 was made at tho last session of Congress,
and through the exertions of Dr. A. G. MAOEEI
the Collector, tb is has been secured and Ute work?
men will soon commence operations. The late
storm proved very destructive to this building,
and the tin roof was torn off and other damage
done by the violence of the wind. This necessita?
ted the early resumption of the work and the la?
borers have already been engaged, who will soon
make the building habitable. It will require a
force of about two hundred workmen to make the
necessary improvements and repairs. The $35,
000 will of course be but a drop in tho bucket,
bat it is expected at the December Congross anoth?
er appropriation will be obtained that will enablo
the Collector to continuo tho work.
Col. E. B. WHITE, the old architect of the Cus?
tom House, has been engaged to draw tho plans
for Ute proposed improvements, and the work will
be managed under his supervision. Mr. ALEXAN?
DER CEOSS will have the superintendence of the
carpenter work, and tho workmen will only do such
work as is necessary to make tho Custom House
habitable. It is designed at present to make tho
first floor suitable for offices, and no attention will
be paid to the external until tho interior is thor?
oughly repaired. The building is entirely fire?
proof, and was constructed with the greatest caro,
and when completed will be equal to any public
edifice in the South.
"There ia a large quantity of building material,
marble, Ac, now on the grounds, a large portion
of which is in a finished t tate, bat there is also an
abundant supply of Ute raw material. Tho neces?
sity of a Custom House that would be suitable to
the business of Ute port has long been felt, and
those interested feel convinced that Congress will
soon make Ure appropriations requisite to com?
plete Ute work. It is estimated by partios who are
well acquainted with Ute nature of thc work, and,
with the amount already completed, that it would
not require more than $500,000 to place this Cus?
tom House in a finished condition. Charleston has
fow public build Lng a of ?any importance, and the
Custom House will bo a monument pf Uncle Sam's
generosity that will tempt others to commence Ute
grand work of reconstruction.
THE TBOOJPS rx GENERAL SICKLES'S DISTRICT.
The Army and Navy Journal publishes the fol?
lowing list of troops serving in the Second Mili?
tar; District, commanded by General Sickles :
Post of Morgantown-Brevet Major G. Urban,
Captain Fifth Cavalry, Company 1, Fifth United
States Cavalry. Morganton, N. C.
Post of Salisbury-Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel
J. R. Edie, Lieutenant-Colonel Eighth Infantry,
Company A, Eighth United States Infantry, Salis?
bury, N. C.
Post of Charlotte-Brevet Major H. M. Lazello,
Captain Eighth Infantry, Company H, Eighth
United States Infantry, Charlotte, N. C.
Post of Greensboro'.-Brevet Major W. 8. Worth,
Captain Eighth Infantry, Company B, Eighth U.
S. Infantry, Gioensboro', N. C.
Post of Raleigh.-Colonel J. V. Bomford, Eighth
Infantry, Company E and Headquarters Eighth U.
8. Infantry, Company A, Fifth U. S. Cavalry,, Ra?
leigh, N. C.
Post of Fayetteville.-Brovot Colonel Milton
Cogswell, Major Eighth Itfantry, Company K,
Eighth U. S. infantry, Fayetteville, N. C.
Post of Goldsboro'.-Major C. E. Compton, For?
tieth Infantry, Companies E, G and H, Fortieth U.
S. Infantry, Goldsboro', N. C.
Post of Wilmington.-lire vet Lieutenant Colone)
R. T. Frank, Captain Eighth Infantry, Company D,
Eighth U. S. Infantry; Company A, Fortieth U. 8.
Infantry, Wilmington, N. C.
Post of Plymouth-Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel
Charles Bentzoni, Captain Fortieth Infantry, Com?
pany B, Fortieth U. 8. Infantry, Plymouth, N. C.
Post of Newborn.-Brevet Major J. J. Van Horn,
Captain Eighth Infantry, Company F, Eighth U.
8. Infantry; Company C, Fortieth U. 8. Infantry,
Newbern, N. C.
Post o? Fort Macon.-Captain Charles B. Gas
kill, Fortieth Infantry, Company I, Fortieth U. 8.
Infantry, Fort Macon; Brevet Major-General N. A.
Miles, Colonel Fortieth Infantry, Headquarters
Fortieth Infantry, Raleigh, N. C.
Post of Charleston.-Brevet Brigadier-General
H. B. Clitz, Lieuteuant-Colonel ?sixth Infantry,
Companies A, B and I, Sixth U. 8. Infantry; Com?
panies B and H, Twenty-ninth Infantry; Compa?
nies D and F, Foi tie th U. 8. Infantry, Charleston,
8. C., and vicinity.
Post of Hilton Head.-Brevet Lieut. Col. A. C.
Wildrick, Captain Third Artillery, Company E,
Third U. S. Artillery; Company K, Fort eth U. 8.
Infantry, Hilton Head, 8. C.
Post of Georgetown.-Brevet Maj. E.W. H. Read,
Captain Eighth Iufaatry, Company C, Eighth U. 8.
Infantry, Georgetown, 8. C.
Post of Aiken.-Brevet Major L. Walker, Captain
Fifth Cavalry, Companies H and L, Fifth Cavalry,
Aiken, 8. C. .
Post of Darlington.-Captain H. 8. Hawkins,
8ixtb Infantry, Company G, Sixth U. 8. Infantry,
Darlington, S. C.
Post of Columbia.-Brevet Brigadier-General
H. S. Burton, Colonel Fifth Artillery, Companies
B, and H, Fifth Artillery, Headquarters Colum?
bia, 8. C.
Post of Newberry.-Brevet Major J. McCloary,
Captain Sixth Infantry, Company H, Sixth In?
fantry, Newberry, 8. C.
Post of Anderson.-Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel
A. T. Smith, Captain Eighth Infantrv, Company I,
Eighth U. 8. Infantry, Anderson, 8. C.
Post of Unionville.-Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel
J. N. Andrews, Captain Eighth Infantry, Company
G, Eighth U. 8. Infantrv, Unionville. 8. C.
Post of Chester.-Brevet Major D. D. Lynn,
Captain Sixth Infantrv, Company K, Sixth ?. 8.
Infantry, Choster, 8. C.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Euvelopos, Pa?
per, Ac; or, MILLERS* Almanac;
if you want Printing executed neatly;
lt you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to ord.jr, with any desired pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, No. 59 Broad street.
DISINFECTANTS,-Daring tho Summer season
the greatest care should be taken by all persons
w ho desire to preserve their health to remove all
impurities from their food, drink, and even from
the atmosphere. The necessity of this is BO well
known that medical men have generally recom?
mended the use of prophylactics or disinfectants,
which act as deodorizers, and destroy all noxious
matter that may exist. For this purpose certain
fluids have been prepared that have the effect of j
hurrying orgauic matter ia a state of decomposi?
tion to the last stage of oxidation. Messrs. MCKAY
& CAMPBELL have for sale a supply of Bo WEE'S
Disinfecting Fluid that will be found'invaluable to
every family. It is more portable than chloride of |
lime, and has no disagreeable smell. As the sickly
season is near at hand, we advise all persons to
call on Messrs. MCKAY & CAMPBELL and obtain a
supply of this fluid.
THE MENDENHALL HAND LOOM.-We have al?
ready adverted to the advantages of this loom,
which is now on exhibition in this city, at tho old
office of tho National Express office, in Meeting
street. Since our Brat notice, Dr. MCCLINTOCK,
the agent, has put ap another loom, and is now
better prepared to show the particular advantages
to bo derived from its use. His object in visiting
Charleston is to impress upon the citizens the ne?
cessity of improving their manufacturing re?
sources, and the loom which he has on exhibition
is so simple that it at once com?
mends itself to every practical mind. He
is desirous of selling the right for this
State and North Carolina, and if oar capi?
talists would only give the matter their attention,
they would soon become convinced that it is not a
humbug, but aa invention that is destined to do
more toward reconstructing and restoring the
South to its former status than any effort that may
be made by visionaries. Dr. MCCLINTOCK has
already disposed of the right of this Loom to
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and other
Southern States, and has everywhere received the
highest encomiums from the press and from those
who have tried the Loom. We are unable, at pre?
sent, to give' a more extended notice of this in?
vention, bat will refer co.it at a future day.
THE FAIRIES OUTDONE.-The Princess, in the
Fairy Tale, dropt pearls from her mouth when she
opened it, but whoever uses that talisman of
science, So zo DO NT, will have a mouthful of pearls
that will never drop oat, darken or decay.
July 16 tutbB3
A new and important remedy for married ladies
Circulars can be obtained and the article supplied
upon application to the wholesale agents.
DOWLE & MOISE,
Southe rn Drug House, No. 151 Meeting s tree I.
April ll thstu3mo4
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT THE DALLE
Auction Sales This Daw.
MCKAY A CAMPBELL will seU this day, at 10 o'clock,
at their auction sales room. Ne. 196 Meeting street, the
contents of a country store; also, horses, harness, Ac.
JEFFORDS k Co wUl soil this day, at 10 o'clock, in
front ot their atore, No. 30 Vendue Bange, shoulders,
H tri i m, lard, Ac
T. M. dann wfll seU this day, st three-quarters past 0
o'clock, on Bro Wu's Wharf, bama, batter, tte.
CAMPBELL, KNOX tx Co. will seH thia dav, at 10 o'clock,
at their cash auction house. No. 66 Hasel street dress
gooda, boots and shoos, Ac.
MiLLICJAU A SON will Bell thia day, at 10 o'clock,
at Na 33 Vendue Bang?, furniture, show cases, mat?
LOWNDES A OBIMBALL will sell this day, at ll o'clock,
at the old Postoffice, $1300 city ali per coat stock.
LADBXT & ALEXANDER will sell thia day, at 10 o'clock
in their atoro, No. 137 East Bay, bacon, Ac,
For restoring strength and appetite, nse the great
Southern Tonic, P ANINT*'s HEP AX c BTTTZBS and you
will not be disappointed. For sale by aU druggists. tn
Never Falling Safte ty and Success.-Mrs.
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP is a safe and certain
remedy for aU diseases with which children are afflicted
during tho procesa af teething. It has stood tho test of
thirty years. Never known to fail. Gives rest to the
mother and reli t to the child. Cures wind colic, and
reign lates the bowels. 35 cents a bottle.
Be sure and call tor
"MBS. WTSSLOW8 SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having tho/ac mule of "Cunna k PERKINS" on the out?
side wrapper. AU others are bose Imitations.
DO WIE dc MOISE,
No. 161 Meeting street, opposite the Charleston Hotel.
Joly 13 stuthS
The Time to Advertise In the Country.
THE PHOENIX has a largo circulation throughout UM.
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advert?ame
rates as reasonable as the stringency of the money mar?
ket wfll warrant Merchants and others wishing to use
the oollimns or the paper wUl address
JULIAN A. PEI,BY, Proprietor,
February 33 Columbia, 8. C.
Free to Everybody.
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest Importance to the young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become boantiful, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should tall to aend their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mal!.
Address P. O. Drawer. 21,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
. Know thy Destiny.
MADAMS E. F. TuonirroN, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psythomesacian, who has aston?
ished the scientific classe? of the O lt World, hes now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Mid ame THORNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of a j* ond sight as to ena?
ble her to Impart knowledge of the .realest importance
to the single or married of either sex. Whilo lc a ?tate
of trance, she delineates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as tho Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a Life-like picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
In Ufe, leading traits of character, Ac. This bi no hum?
bug, aa thousand of testimoni?is can assert. She will
eend, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture ia what it purports to be. By
enclosing a smaU lock of hair, and lng place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fty cent?
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mall,
AU communications sacredly confidential. Address, In
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 333,
Hudson, N. Y ly March 30
I HE DISEASE OF AMERICA.
D spepsia is said to be the disease of America, Ita
victims may bc found in all stations of life. The poor as
weU as the rich are sufferers from ita life-destroying in?
fluence. The symptoms of this disease vary greatly in
the different stages of the complaint It generally com?
mences with a sensation of fulness after eating, aud a
changeable, diminished, or lost appetite. In some in?
stances the appetite is voracious, and when-in obed!
ence to its promptings-a Large portion of food ia taken
into the stomach, pain follows in that region, with gene
ral distress, nervousness and ?auara Flatulency and
heart-burn invariably attend this disease. For aU these
HOSTETTEB'8 STOMACH BITTERS
will be found an invaluable household remedy, as its aL
tcrative, corrective and restorative properties are derived
exclusively from roots and plants, the virtues of which
are acknowledged by pharmaceutics and physicians
Separately they have often been prescribed by the pro
fession, but were never combined until Dr. HOSTETTEB
gave to the world his
which have proved a sovereign rcmody for dyspepsia and
Its attendant evils. 6 July 16
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPM
Office No. 147 Meeting il* t.
Every attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN TnE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
II. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 Augusta. Ga
OFFICE. THE CAPTAIN OF POLICE, I
CHAW.ESTON, S. C., May 2d, 1363. J
PARAGRAPH IL O ORDINANCE TO REGULATE
the "Cleansing of Privies and Vaults," forbids thc
use of barrels in oj en carts and wagons, and parties ap?
plying for license arc required to provide closed carts
suitable for tho purpose. AU persons, therefore, who
purpose taking jobs of tho kind, aro hereby required to
tiring their carts to main guard bouse for inspection be?
t?re applying for license. CH. SIG WALD,
May 21 '.mo Captain of Police.
MB. L. LORENTZ, OF THE CHEAP S EG AB STORE,
in thanking tho public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on bim, informs his numerous friends that Mr.
C. NORDHAT SEN wih in future havo charge of tho RE?
TAIL DEPARTMENT, under thc management of Mr.
The rear of thu Storo and a building in the yard has
for the present boon arranged for JOBBING, and is weU
supplied with a full H took of every article in tho lino.
Having the agencv nf different celebrated Brands of TO?
BACCO, and having conncctimih with the most celebrated
manufacturers, he is prepared to offer liberal inducements
to the trado everywhere. Orders solicited.
" Li GRIOLl "
CORNERBROAD1VAY A Mi 17 TH STREET,
FTTHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
X his Southern friends. Tho choicest HAVANA SE
GARS, of all the leading brands, with a general assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on hand.
June i D. OTTOLENGUI, Agent.
December 15_stut h lyr
MAMIST ll FOIDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
(NEAR LIM:, i
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills, Corn Mills', Horse
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal 8ugar Mills, Cotton
Seed crashers, McCarthy Cotton Obis, and all kinds of
Iron and Braes Costings, to order.
April 26 thstuCmo
IJ. J. ?EPEGRELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILDING
MATERIA!, and P.AINTS, OILS, GLASSES, Ac,
constantly on hand at the lowest market prices.
June 'it*_ f tul VT
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMES BARKLEY.
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR
HIGH and LOW PRESSURE, PORTABLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, RICE
THRASHERS (from new patterns, with all the modern
improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS, fee., Ac.
CAMMS IN IRON AND BRASS
Promptly attended to with neatnoss and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine anti other Work,
Shall receive special attention.
FOR SALE-One 12-horso power ?TEAM ENGINE,
near]}- new; several new and second-h nd BOILER j, G
to lb-horse power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10,12 and 20 Horse Power Steam
*3" All Orders Tor REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall re?
ceive our prompt and ? armful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll 3mc
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use ef DB. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
can be cured permanently, and ut a trifling cosL
The astonishing success which hos attended this in
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness
General Debility and Prostration, Lusa of Muscular Ec
ergy, Impotency, or any of thc consequences of you th fu.
lndlacre.lon, render* it tho most valuable preparation
It wiB remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts ot sell destruction, fears of in?
sanity. &c. It will restore tho appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it by sonsual excess or ovil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tora" and ignorant piactitiouers, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and bo at onco restored io health sud hap?
piness. A perfect Cure ii Guaranteed in every instance.
Price 91, or four bottles to ono address an.
One bottle ls Bulhcicut lo effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
?poedy and permanent euro of Gonorrh??, Gleet, Ure?
thral Dischargee, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections ct
tho Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from ?no lo
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that aro harmless on tito system, and never nauseate thc
stomach or impregnate thu breath. No chaugc ol' diet
is necessary while wing them, nor dors their action in
any manner lntericrc with business pursidts. Prit e $1
Either of tho abovc-nicutioned articles will be rent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt ut pnee. Address all orders Ut
BERGER, SHOTTS ic co., Chemists,
March 30 l y No. 285 River arnot. Troy, N. V.
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS Ol' THIS CELEBRATED
WATERING PLACE, having gone to great expenso
since the last season, in changing thu position of and re?
pairing the COTTAGES, grading tilt; Walks and crccdng
new Building', together with many other improvement),
will opon THE SPRINGS for thc reception ot visitors on
Saturday, Juno 1st, 1HG7.
Being situated in the northwestern part of tho State,
In a country remarkable for its beautty and healthful?
ness, these, together with the virtues ot the Waters, make
it one of thc most desirable WATERING PLACES in tho
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS aro tho White and Blue Sulphur, and
Chalybeate, and they possess all t:ie liueat qualities of
these waters, and are sovereign remedies for all diseases
of the LIVER, BOWELS, STOMACH ?ind KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS aro accessible hy any of the roads lead?
ing to Salisbury, K. C., and at that poiut thc Western
North Carolina 'Railroad will convey visitors to Hickory
Station, at which placo conveyances are always in attend?
ance to take them to THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of thu Medical College of Virginia, will be
at THE SPRINGS the entire Scasou, and iuvahdd may
rely upon good attention.
Having again secured tho services of Mrs. WRENN,
end made ample arrangements for keeping a GOOD
TABLE, and the best Wines, Liquors and Segara, and
having engaged Smith's Baud for .lie Seaton, wo satcly
promise to aU every convenience for pleasure, comfort
aLd amusement that may be desired.
BOARD PER MONTH.SCO 00
BOARD PER WEEK. IS 00
BOARD PER DA Y. 3 00
Children under 7 years of ugo ami Ser?
vants Half Pi'lce.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
May 30 _2mo_
MUTUAL Aa ? ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY*
MADE 0LOI MINO, suitable tor Gentlemen, La?
dies and Children, and being desirous uf diminishing our
stock before the season advances loo far, we would eape
dally draw tho attention ol'the public towards the reduc?
tion which will br maile iii our prices for the next two
ur three weeks irotu date.
Apply at tito DEPOSITORY,
January 2'J Ko. 17 Chalmers street.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
Dealers In aU kinds of
SAW AND ROLLER GINS.
HENEREY'S MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY & SON'S SAW GIN AND CON?
DENSER, for Hand or Horse Power.
SOUTHERN COTTON CO.'S GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER GIN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GLIM HORSE POWER. !
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST, MOST COMPLETE ANO CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power into tho market, wc
would state that tho following aro rome of the advan?
tages possessed by tho "LITTLE GIANT" over all other
Horse powers :
I. Its great strength on account of being double-geared,
which not only doubles tho strength by dividing the
strain on twice the number of teeth, but by gearing on
both sides of the wheels it equalizes the wear on me
shafts, and materially lessens thc friction, enabling the
horses to do much moro work than with any other
2. Its compactness and extremo portability, it weighing
about one-half as much as other Horse Powers, and occu
pyi ig but one-third the space, it can be packe! in smaB
boxes, thus saving much expense. It is so simple that
the most ignorant person would havo no difficulty in
putting it together.
3. Thc facility with which it con bo adjusted to any
kind of machinery at any angle, either on thc ground or
ovor head, without moving it from its foundation, will
be appreciated by f-tnucrs aud planters as specially adapt?
ed for driving Cotton Gins.
HORACE ?,. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
MOWIXG A\D REAPING MAMINE*.
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Iron
PLOW CASTINGS, in every varioty ; Cultivators ;
Hcrso Hoes ; Harrows ; Cast Iron Field and Garden Rol?
lers ; Fan Mills; Corn Mills; Corn shellcrs; Corn and Cob
Crashers ; Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters ; Planta?
tion Carts and Wagons ; Canal and Garden Barrows ;
Sugar Mills ; Grindstones ; Road Scrapers ; Churns :
Shovels ; Spades ; Rakes ; Forks ; Hoes, kc, kc, Gar?
den Seeds, of all Kinds, warranted puro and Frosh.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. HO Meeting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jane 18 ruths
ADMITTED TO BE THE MOST CONVENIENT
and tho easiest to uso of any Iron Tio, and
equal to anv other in strength anet security.
Ibis IRON TTE is in o ye PIECE, and is secured
upon tho Cotton bolo in an instant and with one
Those who have tried the various kinds of Tie,
TO BE THE BEST NOW IN USE.
Tlic Subscribers are Agents for
this State, and will supply them to
Sub-Agents at the WHOLESALE
PLANTERS furnished direct on
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Juno 27 thstulmo
And Iron Hoops,
FOR BALING COTTON.
THI9 TIE, WITH THE HOOP COMPLETE. WEIGHS
no more th n tho usual Rope used In baling Cotton,
and renders an allowance for taro unnecessary, the
only Tie requiring no slack while putting on, and ls so
perfect that thc necessity for heavy hoops to moko up for
the deficiencies in the 'Tio is entirely tbviated. Can be
sold by Ute pound or ton as cheaply as tho Henry Hoops
and less perfect Ties. Each and every Tie is warranted
perfect Science and practical uso will havo tho effect of
tho Iron Ti" outiroly superseding tho use of rope, its
combination of ad vantages, tho preservation of tho Cot?
ton when baled from rousumptiou by fire, rendering its
security to Insurance Companios a mattor for considera?
tion both while in Warehouse or ou shipboard, and Its
si mpHdty of use and economy combined. The inventor
nut finding a Tic adapted to the wants pf both planter
and compressor hos devised this. For salo, in Urge or
small quantities, by
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
July 12 mtuw Agent for South Carolina.
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT 1B0N
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TIE. AND THE BEST ONE YET
invented. It is the IU'Ougcrit Tie, standing by teat a
strain of (2U0?) two thousand pounds. Thu most cosily
adjusted Tie, as it Ls self-fastening. The most simple,
requiring only to slip thc baud into tho buckle, and tho
elasticity of thc cotton fastens itself, and it cannot be
For sale, in large or small quantities, by
ROSS, ROBERTS k CO..
Commission Merchants aud General Agents,
No. SG Front street, New York City.
STREET BRO. k CO., Agents,
July 15_ Charleston. S. C. _
ARROW TIE COTTON BANDS.
f A TONS OE THE CELEBRATED "ARROW TIE"
OU COTTUN RANDS, for baling Cotton, superior to
all others. Just received per "lille dc L'Air, from
Liverpool. For sale by R. MURE k CO.,
July ll C Boyeo k Co.'s Wharf.
BEAU T Y.- Auburn,
Golden, Flaxen, and
Silken CURLS produced by
the use of Professor DE
BREUX'S FRISER LE
.CHEVEUX. One applica
liou warranted to curl thc
most straight and stubborn
ha1' ' of cither sex into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
cu. . Has been used by tho fashionables ol Pails and
London, with the most gratifying results. Docs no in?
jury to thc hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $1.
Descriptive circulars mailed free. Address BERGER,
SUUTTS ? CO., Chemists. No. 285 River street, Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for the United States.
March 30 _ly_
Tl BEST TONIC NOW IN IE!
ELDER tc BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES ol the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND b%DY TENDER, Pro?
pelling Horses, and all kinds ol Rock
lug Horses, Iuvalid Chairs, with double
aud single wheels, from $25 to ?46;
CM.droii's Jarnagcs, Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
fancy Sui its, Invalid Carrlagos, made to order. Fancy
Propeller -nd baby Rockors, kc, kc, life-size Horses,
made toe der.
Depot, >0. 038 BROADWAY. Manufactory, NOP. ?9,
460, 461 a d 4S2 WEST STREET, New York.
Octohn ja Ihatulyr
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,-THE FOLLOWING
clause of soetion l of an "OnHnanco to Raise Sup?
plies lor they.-1: 18B7," is published for thc iuiormaliou
of persons selling Good* by sample or otherwise, who arr
not residents Ol this rite. All such persons are hereby
notified to reportai this office.
"Three 'lilian o.i every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this eitv by rsoui- not residents, by asm?lo oi
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
Mareil H Clerk ol CotlUeil
French Organdies, Jaconet and Swiss Muslins,
lawns, Boots, blioes, Notions, &c, tic.
BT CAMPBELL, KNOX dc CO.,
Cash Auction Bowe, So. 55 Hasel .Street, op.
Lev to McKay dt Campbell.
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock.
DRESS GOODS, PRINTED ORGANDIES, Jaconets,
Lawns, Calicoes, Dot Muslin, Ac, kc, Linen Drifts,
laney and plain 4-4 Slate Linens, C ieck Linens, Italian
Cloth, Holland's Canvas, 7-4 Summer Cloths, White and
Slate Drill, Belnap Checks, Shawls, Muslin, Madras and
Madder Hankcrchiefs, L. C. and P. B. Handkerchiefs,
Mosquito Nets, Quilts, Ac, kc, Hosiery, Gloves, Sus?
pendere, Belts, Buttons, Braids, Collars, Cologne, Fans,
Hair Oil, kc j kc, Ladles' and Gent's Balmorals and
Five pieces CANTON MATTING to close consign?
ment. _ ,
Conditions cash. _1_July 10
Shoulden. Strips, Lard, ?c.
JEFFORDS di CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their store, No. 30 Van
due Range, at 10 o'clock,
3000 Pounds Strips
80 Tabs Lard
40 Boxes Cheese
26 Boxes P. A. Cheese
10 Tierces Hams
_35 Bbls, Flour._ July 16
Counting House Desk, Glass Show Case, Glass
BT JOHN G. MILXOU & CO.
TRIS DAY, 16th Inst, at 10 o'clock, will bc sold at our
auction sales room, No. 133 Meering street,
1 COUNTING HOUSE DESK, 7>i feet long, with pigeon
holes and drawers
1 Mahogany Glass Show Case,' Mahogany What Nota
Wire Safes, large Mahogany Book Case or Wardrobe
1 piece Oil Cloth for floor
Qlasswore, Tumblers, Dishes, Cruets, Lamp Shades,
Conditions cash on de'ivery.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Bales low priced BROWN SHIRTINGS, by piece or bale,
for cash. July 16
Twelve Small Farns near the Cita,for Sale at Auc?
tion on easy terms.
BT SMITH di MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street.
On FRIDAY next, 19th inst, at ll o'clock, on the steps
of the Old Custom House, East Bay, opposite Broad
ftrent, will b? sold
TWELVE FARM TBACT3, of from six to ten acres
These are good Cotton and Provision Lands, and can
be made profitable vegetable farms, lying between five
md six miles from the city, on the west side of the Sute
Road. i. ii .
These Lands commence at a point nearly opposite tho
Clemente Ferry Road, and run up to tho Dorchester
Road. The railroad runs conveniently through the mid?
Plate can be seen at our Office.
Tern-s-One-third cash; balance in 1, 2, 3 and 4 years,
ic cured by bond and mortgage as usual. Purchasers to
pay us for papers and stamps._ July 16
Plantation or. Bud's Bay al Auction.
BT SMITH dc MCGILLIVRAY.
(VU! be sold on FRIDAY, the 19th instant at ll o'clock,
at the old Custom House, east end of Broad street
All that TRACT OF LAND known as the MURRELL
TRACT, situated on Bull's Bay, Christ Church Parish,
consisting of 935 0-10 acres, more or less, ono hundred
sf which are cleared; bounded on tho north and east by
[ands now or late of Peter Maniganlt; south by the
marshes of Bull's Bay, and west by lands now or late of ]
Jas. S. Gibbes.
These Lands aro' twenty-one miles from Mount Picas
int, and produce first-class Long Cottons. Terms made
known on day of salo. Can be treated for at Private Sale
ap to hour of auction. Joly 18
Wi!l bo sold, at Public Auction, on THURSDAY, Joly
26th, 1867, at ll o'clock, A. M., at the United States
Quartermaster's Depot, Southern Wharf, Charleston,
8. C., . " . .
A LOT OF UNSERVICEABLE CLOTHING AND EQUIP?
coNsxrrx o or:
COATS, JACKETS, TBOWSEBS, BLANKETS.
Drums, Tents, Ac, Acc.
Terms cash, in Government funds. The property pur*
chased to be removed within two days after tho Sale !
By order of Brevet Major-Gonoral R. O. TILES, Chief
Quartermaster Second Military District
Captain and Military Storekeeper U. S. Anny.
July 16_. _
Will bo sold at Public Auction, on THURSDAY, July
25th, 18A7, beginning nt 10 o'clock A M., at the United
StatT Quartermaster's Department, Southern WLart,
Charleston, S. C.,
A LOT OF SERVICEABLE AWD .UNSERVICEABLE
QUARTERMASTER'S STORES, ""
. CONSISTING, or :
WHITE PINE LUMBER. 8HINGLES1 * - ^
Panel Doors, Window Sash, Sash Weights
Axle Pulleys, Enameled Wash Basins, Urinals and
Plasterer's Hair, parts of two Saw Mills
Old Harness, saddles, Curry Combs and Horse
HORSES, MULES, kc, kc, kc
Terms cash in Government, funds. The property pur?
chased to be removed within five days after the sale.
By order R. O. TYLER, Bvt, Major-Ganeral and Chief
Quartermaster Second Military District
J. D. STUBBS,
Bvt Liout-CoL and Assistant Quartermaster.
WILLIAM ll. GILL1LAKD 4 SOS,
Real Estate Agents Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 H AYN E STREET.
Sen fernher X ,?_^^^^
WILLIS & cniSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MICTYIS,
: ? . AND
.??..?. H ?> i. y-.. JU i. k vii ?. " Vf %f
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SUI1 MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Puru) ol
30TTON. lt 1 CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS........A- R. CHISOLM
JjOOKS, STAT.0NERY, ETC7
SCHOOL BOOKS AT HALF
ENGLISH. FRENCH. LATIN AND GREEK\ ITALIAN,
GERMAN AND SPANISH SCHOOL BOOKS aro be?
ing Hold at half price. Teachers and parente, if they de?
sire to save, should avail themselves of tho opportuufty.
Jail soon, or you may be too late
SAM. HABT. Sr.,
June 17 Bookseller,' King street.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Ferio ii icals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1807, Etc.
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
iel irated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
am ?emente, kc
Ai. the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
sewed 'or the same. i
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited. \
TKHWS TJP.F.RA*.. _November 8 ~
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 527 KING STREET
(Opposite Aim street),
Charleston, C. S.
Tho LATEST. ISSUES of thc Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will bo promptly attended to.
February 2S ly
TO PROVIDE FOB THE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTEREST ON
THE DEDT OF THE CITY WHICH ACCRUED 30TH DAY OF
lie it ordained" by the Mayor and Aldermen in Cdy
Council tttttmbied. That for tho purpose of liquidating
thc interest on thc public debt of thc city, which accrued
m tho 30th day ot Juno last, six Per Ceut. Stock, obliga?
tory on the Corporation of the city of Charleston, shall
bc issued, under the direction of thu Mayor, to the per?
ons holding Stocks or Six Per Cent Bonds of thc city,
ind entitled to receive the interest accrued thereon at
the time above steted, the said Stock to bear interest
i ft er the rate of six per cent per annum, payable quar?
ters, redeemable in thirty years from date : Provided,
that no part of said Stock shall bc issued for
my sum less than twenty dol?ais, or for any
fractional part of a collar, Provided, alto,
that all sums for leas than twenty dollars and tor fac?
tional parts of a dollar shall be paid in city bills. And,
Provided further, thut any person bona fide holding
Stocks or Six Per Ceut Bonds on said 30th day of June,
upon which intercet has accrued, shah have the privilege
until thc 1st day of September next of discountli g such
interest, or any part thereof, against taxcj duo by him to
tho city on said 30th of June, and may receive any bol?
inee in 1rs favor in city hills or new sto.k, according to
ihe amount thereof, iu manner aforesaid.
SECTION 2. That thc lorm of certificates and mode of
Iransfer of said stock shall be subject to the same
regulations as now exist in rclatiou to ether Six Per
I cut Stocks ot the city.
Ratified in City Council this tenth day of July, in the
rear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred sud
[L. fl.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mavor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
July 10 Imo
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUllBKlt,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL CS FIXTURES, G Ab
FITTING AND PLUM BING PROMPTLY AT
IBNDKU TO. No.110 KING STURM,
August S] Retwr-pii Brana and drei**.
OFFICE CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARMENT. )
June 20, 1S07. |
FE ATTENTION OF ALL PARTIES ARE HEREBY
directed to the foUowlug Ordinance, ratified June
>, 1801 :
IN RELATION TO FUULIC WELLS.
Hf il ordained by Hie Mayor and Alternen, in City
Council attembied, That it shall aud moy be lawful for
he Board Ol Fire Masters, from time to time, to rojtrain
>r to p.-olubi* en?rely, the me of any of the Public Wells
D ony part nf the city, whenever, in their judgment, tho
lublie good shall require such restraint or prohibition;
ind au v person who shall violate any order of the said
loan! ot Fire Masters in relation to thc Public Wells, in
Hirstunce of this Ordinance, after, notice given per
tonally la writiiu:. or duly published lu one of Ute i ity
tewspapers, shall be subjected to a penalty of ten dollars
or every such Offence. M. H. NATHAN,
Juue IV Imo Chid Fire Deporlnient.
Bamaqed Corn. ' ii I
THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, In Accommodation Wharf
I atora, will be sold,
250 SACKS WHITE COEN (more or lesa), damaged on
board schooner-, on ber voyaze from Baltimore to
thia port, and sold for account of Underwriters and au
concerned. _ . _
Coud ttl on? cash. _JulyTS
Horse?, Harness, eic.
McKAY 6i CAMPBELL,
Cash Auctioneers. Rio. 136 Meeting street,
oppoaite Pavilion Hotel,
Will sell THIS DAY (Tuesday), 16tb inst, at 10 o'clock,
THREE SPLENDID HORSES, suitable for Draft or
ONE THOUSAND TWO-BUSHEL BAGS. ?",
_Terms . .ah. _Joly 16
WM. MCKAY. JOHN CAMPBELL.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
WiU sett THIS- DAY (Tuesday), 16tb inst, at 10 o'clock,
at their auction salesroom*. No. 136 Meeting street,
opposite Pavilion Hot-i, late No.-66 Hasel street,
CONTENT? OF A COUNTRY STORE-Piece Gooda,
Loincloths, Swiss Muslins. Gingham?, Prints, Lawns,
Balmorals, Handkerchiefs, Under hhlrti, Drawers, Cash?
meres, Ready Made Clo [hine, Cutlery, Shirts, Linen
Fronts, Neck Ties and Notions, together with usual
assortment of Dry Goods.
Terms cash. ^nly IC
Positive Sale-Hams and Butter, now landing.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock,
600 BAGGED HAMS, now landing
98 firkins and tubs State Butter, now binding
Conditions cash. July IC
Furniture, Show Vase, Mattresses, Sofas, Dry
Goods, Straw Goods, dbe.
BY MILLIGAN di SON,
No. fi? Vendue Hange.
THIS DAY, at 10 O'clock.
1 Large IRON 3 AFE..
1 Dray._ ,._ - Joly 16
City Stock at Auction.
BY LOWNDES di G KIMBALL.
THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, at the OM Postofflce, wul be
* ' sold,
$1200 CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCK._Joly 16
BY LAV KEV &. ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 16th inst, win be sold in our store. No. 137
East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
7 BARRELS PORK
250 Extra Sugar-Cured Hams
10 boxes Champagne Cider
20 boxes Cheese
Conditions cash. July 16
A Milch Cow and Calf at Auction. .
BY SMITH & Mc. G IL LIV KA \ .
No. -?7 Broad Street.
T0-M?3B0W, at jo o'clock, in front of their office.
Boots, Shoes, Balmoral*, Gaiters, &c.
BY N. HUNT dc SON.
TOMORROW, the 17th instant, at 10 o'clock in oar Sales
Boom, No. 142 Meeting street, we will sell.,? . >
60 CASES ASSORTED FRESH AND SEASONABLE
BOOTS. SHOES, BALMORALS, GAITERS, SUPPERS.
Condition cash. . ,_July 16
Two fine horses al sixty days time.
BY H. AI. .M'A KS HA LL & BRO., Auct'rs.
TO-MORROW, 10 o'clock, at No: 33 Broad street
Conditions.-Approved city acceptance at sixty days.
? - i<
Mides, Hoses, Furniture and Sundries. Handsome
Brussels Carpel. Window Shades, Cornices, &c.
BY H. HT. MARS I- ALL di BBO. Anrtlonwm.
On WEDNES AY, 10 o'clock, at No. 83 Bread Btreet.
July 16 " .. ? >? . , . " a.
An tlonoer and Comm) ?sion Merchant, at
N i. SO King street, b< low Broad street?
Offers his services for the s tie of MERCHANDISE at
day anl night at his store, also for the sale of Stock.
Bonds, R-al Estate, Vessels, Hers?s and Produce.' Best
city refere ces will bo ' given. Consign men ts 'solicitad.
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction. . -,
PRIVATE SALES, ?
BY H. M. MARSHALL dr JIRO. J .'
\uctloners, No. 33 Broad street. ',
At Private Sale- ... ...
A BLACK MARE THREE-QUARTERS BRED. .
Joly 15 ?V
AT PRIVATE SALE.
FOR PURIFYING DRINKING WATER,' SICK
ROOMS, BILGE WATER, CESSPOOLS, BRAINS.
Ac, and for.use In all caaes where a deodorizer or disin?
fectant ls required. Approved by the Surgeon-Generei,
U. S. A., Washington, D C. and for sale In quanliti?? to
suit tho public at No. ISC MEETING STREET.
McKAY ti CAMPBELL,.
Auction and Commission Merchants.
July 16 ..,.g . ? ' j ^taJto.. .
TAX SOTICE. .
MOUNT PLEASANT, )
. Jnlv 16, 1867. j
rjTHE .UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE THE TAXES
JL on Reel Estate and Personal Property to thia town,
suchas horses, dogs, vehicles, ?c., at the residence ot
Mrs. SIMONS, Mount Pleasant every Tuesday nd Solu*,
day Aflf.rtuHm, lrom i to G o'clock, until thc 1st August
next when the books will be closed, and execution*
lodged.with the Marshal of the Town or Sheriff of
Charleston District -?
Defaulter* are also liable to a double tax.
EDWARD HALL, -
July 16_f.itnw3_Town Treasurer. ??
Wilvil)! BII1HI?! ??Hil)!
THE PETCE REDUCED AGAIN !
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL, FROM THIS DAY, F?R
NISH A NO. 1 articlo of wed baked BREAD at the
fodo wing rates;
TO FAMILIES PURCHASING TICKETS, SEVENTEEN
LOAVES EU?ONE DOLLAR. .-?' ? ?
TO STORES, HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND BOARDING
HOUSES THAT TAKE TWENTY OB M DUE . . ula
LOAVES PER DAY, TWENTY LOAVES -
FOR ONE DOLLAR. .?
DeUvorcd at soy pert ut the city. - al
J. C. MARSHALL, '
JulylO : No. 60 Tread street.
FUN FOR ALL !
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master thc croat art of Ven?
triloquism by a few boora' practice, making a world ot'
fan, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby makin? it a source of income. Full in?
structions sent by mail for 50 cents. - Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13_ -, lyr
FOR THE MILLION!!;
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the most celebrated Actors for 60 costs; 60 Actresses
lor 50 cents; 60 Union Generals for 60 cents; 60 Rebel
Generals for 60 cents; 60 Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 boan
tirol young Ladies for 60. cents; ?O fine-looking young
Gentlemen for 60 cents; 6 large Photographs of French
Dancing Girls, in cost?me, beautifully colored, exactly aa -
they appear, for 60 cents; or far 50 cents, 6 of the m<?t
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Bauet Troupe, aa they
appear in the play of the Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177, V "V, N. Y.
The Cn ?versal Verdict of all the. Moat Ex?
perienced Pastry Cooks and Housekeep'
os is th at the
IS THE MOST RELIABLE OF ALL P VKLNG P?W
DERS, being beautifully white, and free from all in?
jurions ingredients, besides requiring only two-thirds of
tho quantity to have the same effect as other Yeast
Towders. lt you wont delightful Pie Crust Biscuit and
( irn Bread, give it a trial
"or sale by GRUBER t MARTIN,
No. 236 King street
HENRY BISCHOFF et CO..
No. lu; East Bay,
W. S. CORWIN ii CO.,
No. 269 King street
DOWIE & MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING S'fRkET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 24 thstuCmo
"Prevention is Belter than Cure. w
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
l\_ tue French Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
Intallible autidoto against infection from Special Diseases.
This invaluable preparation is suited for either sex, and
has proved, from ampio experience, (ho most efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum lout; sought for in the Medical World, lt
used according to directions every possibility or danger
may be avoided; a single appli .ution will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Bc wise in time, and at a very small outlay, save hours of
uutold bodily and mental torments.
This most rellablo specific, so univcrsaUy adopted ia
tho Old World, is now offered for sale for thc first time lu
America by F. A. DUPORT A CO., only authorize!
Agents for tlie United States.
Price $3 per bottle. Largo bottle, double size, $6.
Thc usual discount to the trade. Sent, securely
I?aeked, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT & CO.,
Solo Agents for Dr. Ricord's P. L.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Street New York.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CITY HALL, July 1, 18C7. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
that tho Monthly Returns for tho month of June
past in compliance with thc Tax Ordinance, ratified ou
thc 28th day ut December, 18CC, must be made on or be?
fore the loth Inst. D. C. GIBSON,
July 1_15_ City Assessor.
TUE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO. IS
published at Marion, S. C., in the central portion
oi the country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggist?, Machinists, and all classes who desire
to oxtend their business in the Pee Dee country.
For the benefit of our advertising patrons, wt shall, ia
addition to our subscription list which ls constantly rn
creasing, publiali and distribute gratuitously 3000 extrt
copies of the STAR, dur du. thu business season thia
Rates of AdvTrtising lib ira!.
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Editor and Proprietor.