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SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1867
JOB W?BS.-Wo have now completed our 01
eo aa to oxecato, in tho shortest possible t
AUL KIND8 OP JOB WORK, and wo most
spt'etfully ask tho patronage of our friends.
Post Office Notice.
CHARLESTON, S. C., July 6,18C7.
After to-day the mails for Northeastern Railr
will close at 8 o'clock A.M., and to-day and af
words they are expected to roash thc Railr
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock P.M., and to bo ready
delivery at this office at 8:30 o'clock P.M., exe
on 8unday, when the hour will be from C P.M. I
P. H., until further notice.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. Al
POSTOPHCE NOTICE.- An evening mail for Aug
ta and Savannah, and for distribution beyond th
office*, will close daily at the Postoffico at half-p
ATTENTION is called to General Orders No.
from headquarters Military Post of Chariest*
PUBLIC MEETING.--Thoro will bo a public me
inf? at the Hibernian Hall to-night, to which t
attention of Ihcso who aro interested is direct*
Music ON THE HATTEST.-Through the courte
of General CLTTZ, the Post Baud will perform
the Battery this evening. The moon is m
young, bot it will bo strong; enough to lond soi
. attractions to the spot, and cause the promena
ers to linger to tho last moment.
Mas. JEFFERSON DAVIS.-We learn from t
ConstiliUionalist of yesterday that Mrs. JETEES?
DAVIS was serenaded at the residence of Dr. H.
CAMPBELL. Professor CAMPBELL was on tho E
amining Board in Richmond during tho war, ai
bis hospitable mansion was always opon to 1
GOLD AND SILTEB IN THE UP COUNTB?-.-Tl
region or country around Walhalla has alwa;
been celebrated for its auriferous supplies, bi
they have recently attracted more than usu
attention. A rich vein of silver has been opone
on an adjoining tract, which has been purchased 1
a Northern company, who have gone North fi
nxachinery to work it.
MAYOR'S COURT, August 2.-Only one case wt
brought before his Honor. A small unprinciple
colored youth, a sou of old Ham, whoso hanc
were evidently given to picking and stealing, wei
in for plunder during the late fire, but found thc
honesty would have been the best policy, as li
was looked np for three days to th irk over his mw
Ws ABB AUTHORIZED to eta to that his Hone
Judge BRYAN, at the approaching session of th
Federal Court at Greenville, will give his attontio
first to the criminal business of the term. H
cannot anticipate bow much time that bnsinee
will occupy, bat he hopes to bo able to give seasor.
able notice to tho Bar of Charleston, and tho Easl
ern Circuit generally, at? what timo their prescne
will be necessary to attend the call of tho Civ
IMPORTANT TO PILOTS.-A caso of peculiar intel
est to pilots has been recently tried in this city be
fore Judge BRYAN. Captain LEBBT, of the K J
?&uflir, claimod that he had a right to bring hi
ves.- et to port without a pilot by virtue of a li cons.
permit by General D. E. SICKLES. This was con
tested by the other pilots ins body, and the eas
was argued before Judge BRYAN, who decided ii
favor of the plaintiff. We have the ablo and elabe
rate rule of the Judge, but, from the want of space
we are compelled to omit it for this issue.
SHOOTING i FTAJB IN AUGUSTA.-The Constitu
lionaiisi, ot the 1st, says that on y os ter day morn
ing Mr. JAMES WILSON and JAMES THOMAS, whili
in the meat shop of the former, became engag?e
in an angry discussion relative to city affairs
Blows followed words, and, as we learn, Mr.
WILSON appealed to his butcher knife, Mr. THOM At
retreated a short distance, drew a pistol and firec
on his pursuer. A ball struck Mr. WILSON in hit
left side, inflicting a flesh wound which, we an
pleased to learn, w!U not prove serious.
IK CHAMBEES.-Judge MOBBS heard yesterday
the application for a writ of habeas corpus in thc
ease of F. DELEZZOBDI against JOHN PERCIVAL, ol
the firm of CAMPBELL St PERCIVAL, Liverpool. Mr.
PxacrvAL came to this country some years since,
but a suit was commence 1 by the plaintiffs, which
caused the prisoner to make the application in
question for his release. The suit was for $100,000,
and the ease was ably argued by Messrs. DURYEA
and COHEN for the petitioners, and Messrs. WILK?
INSON and GILCHRIST contra. The Judge decided
in favor of the petitioner, and he was released on
Fas.-An alarm of fire was given yesterday
morning, but it occurred at too late an hour to be
repotted. The smoke was observed issuing from
the store occupied by Mr. D. MULLER, and though
the engines were soon on the spot nothing was
saved in the store, the stock and fixtures falling a
prey to the flames. The upper part of the build?
ing was unoccupied exoept by a clerk of Mr. MUL?
LER'a, who was aroused with difficulty. It was
owned by the estate of Coi BURN, and was insured
in the Globe Fire Insurance Co., for $5000, tho
stock being insured for tho same amount in
HERIOT SC Co's. Agencies.
THE ARREST of YESTERDAY.-Wo publish below
a communication of U. S. Marshal EPPING, which
establishes the fact that no duel was intended by
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S OFFICE, )
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT, >
CHARLESTON, 8. C., August 2d, 1867. )
Editor Daily Nevo? : In the statement in your
issue this morning, of my unwarranted arrest by
Magistrate Eanapaux yesterday evening, you
leave the public to inter that I really had intend?
ed to fight a duel with a man by the name of
Bowen. I must beg you to correct this, for I have
not felt it necessary that I should take any notice
of his scurrilous and malicious attack upon me in
yesterday's Mercury. J. P. M. EPPING.
TBS MENDENHALL LOOM.-Tho agent for this
loom is still in our city, and the looms are now on
exhibition at his office. Il is almost superfluous
to say more about this invention, as its morits
have been presented to the public at different
times, but wo take this opportunity to call atten?
tion to the chance for a profitable investment that
is now offered to the community. Dr. MCCLIN?
TOCK came to this city for the purpose of dispos?
ing of the patent light of the loom, and the sub?
ject has attracted the attention of both mechanics
and capitalists. The advantages that ni", accrue
from the establishment of a stock company w??l bo
immense, and will have a greater tendency to build
up the city than the majority of enterprises. Wo
commend the subject to our business mon, know?
ing that they can seethe good results that w. ll
issue on its adaption by the citizens, and vice
REGISTRATION.-General Orders No. 65, giving
the regulations for registration in this Military
District, will be found in another column this
morning. By it wc learn
1. That registration is to commence imme?
2. Post Commanders are niado superintendents
of registration within their respective commands.
They are to suspend registrars for malfeasance iu
office, negleot of duty, or incompetency.
3. Defines tho duties and powers of the Board of
Registration. They ere to arrest all persons who
falsely take tho oath prescribed; or who sha)1
threaten or otherwise, attempt to intimid?t 3, or
corruptly or improperly influence any cition offer?
ing to register.
4. Declares that when any citizen shall suffer in?
jury in person, family or property, while exorcising
this right, ia addition to tho penalty prcscribod by
law for the offence, damages shall be awarded to
the injured party against the perpetrator, upon
G. Refers to the enmin-. 1 practice of whites being
disguised as blacks when perpetrating offences.
C. Forbids the discharging of employees because
of their having registered; the injured party being
declared entitled to damages.
These are the principal features; but as tho
order is one of great interest to every citizen, wo
would recommend every one of our readers to
peruse it carefully, and make himself thoroughly
acquainted with its contents.
MASON A HAMLIN have, through their groat im?
provements, succeeded in manufacturing the
most perfect Cabinet Organ in the world. This re?
sult has only beea attained by intense study, long
experience, persevering experiments, and largo
pecuniary expenditures ; but th? successful result
is a remunerative reward for all their patient ef?
forts, and they now offer instruments that-cannot
be rivalled in excellence.--Boston Post,
THE OBDEB OP THE DAT-a general order for
SOZODONT. In the teeth of all opposition it has be?
come the supremo dentriflce of. tho age.
July 30 tuths3
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If yon want cheap Stationery, Envolopos, Pa?
per, ?fcc; or, ilmjERS' Almanac;
If you want Priutiug cxecutod noatly;
If you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made to order, with any desirc?l pattern of
ruling, go to In RAM HARRIS, NO. 59 Broad street.
ALL KINDS ?F JOL WORK DONE AT THE DAILY
Lauroy k Alexander will sell this day, at IOU o'clock,
at tho northoast corner of Kin ; and Broad streets, the
stock of a retail grocery store.
Many persona have within this summer experienced
tho benefits to bo derived from the use of PANKNTN'B
HEPATIC BITTERS. We would recommend them to all
who stand in need of a tome.
For salo by all Druggists. s October C
Depend npon it Mothers. Mrs. Winslow s
SOOTHING SYRUP, for aU diseases of children, i? a safe
and sure medicine. It has stood tho te6t of thirty years,
and never known to fail It regulates the stomach and
bowels, corrects acidity, and cures wind colic ; produces
oatura], quiet sleep, by relieving tho child from pain.
Ile sure and call for
"MES. WLNSLOW'S 80OTHTNO SYRUP,"
Haring the fae s huile of "Crans k PEBKTKS" on tho out?
side ?Tapper. AU others are base imitations.
IX)W IK & MOISE,
No. 151 Meeting street, opporito tht Charleston Hotel.
inly 27 tuths3
j. lu Time to Advertise in the Country.
THE PHCEXIX has a largo circulation throughout the.
middle and upper Districts ot the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as the-stringency of the money mar?
ket will warrant Merchants and others wishing to ase
the columns or tho paper will address
JULLVN A. SELBY. Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia. S. C.
THE INFAMOUS PRACTICE OF ADULTERATING
BRANDIES having become so common, that a genuine
article is tho exception, it is of vital importance to those
requiring it for Family Use and Invalids, that it should
bo of undoubted purity and efficacy.
We aro pleased to notice that the old and popular Wino
importers, BININGER & CO., No. 15 Beaver street, New
York, are very opportune in calling tho attention of fami?
lies to their
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
of which they say, that, "With a view to meeting the
popular demand for a reliable Brandy In its natural state,
tree from alcoholic flavor and impurities, and fully appro
dating tho fact that it is often recommended by tho Medi?
cal Faculty as a sustaining stimulant, when all other re?
medies foil, we aro now bottling and selling at reasona?
ble rates a Brandy of our own importation from one of
the most responsible Houses in France, and known as
"BINLNGER'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This Standard Article is sold by all of the prominent
Druggists. sGnio February 2
Know thy Destiny.
MAOAME E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Peychomolr.cian. who has aston?
ished thc scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THOUNTON pos?
sessed such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble ber to impart knowlcdgo of the greatest importance
to the singlo or married of cither sex. While in a slate
of trance, she delineates tho very features of the person
vou aro to marry, and by thc aid of an instrument of in?
tense powor, known as tho Psychomotropc, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of tho future husband or wife
ot tho applicant, together with dato of marriage, position
in Ufe, leading traits of character, kc This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. Sho will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing a ty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mall,
AU communications sacredly confidential. Ad dree in
confidence Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y ly March 30
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 beau til ul, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to tend their
iddress, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mad.
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Troy, N. Y.
Headquarter?, Second Military District, )
Cn ABLESTON, 9. C., August 1, 1867. )
[GENERAL OBSESS, BO. 66].
REGULATIONS FOR REGISTRATION.
I. Registration shall commence immediately upon (he
promulgation of thia order.
IL Post Commanders will bo Superintendents of regis?
tration within thefr respective commands, exercising, ia
add'Uon lo tho functions hereinafter speciaUy conferred,
a general supeivisory authority, looking to the faithfu'
execution of the several Reconstiuc'-on Acts, the mainte
nance of order, and tho protection of political lights.
They w.:i\ suspend registrars for malfeasance in office, ne?
glect of duty, or incompetency, promptly reporting th en?
action, with the reasons therefor, to these Headquart un.
" ll. Tho Boards of Registration are empowered
and required to suppress aU disorders interfering
with the execution of their duties, to cause the
a'..est and confinement of aU persons falsely taking the
oath prescribed, all per.-ona commit.lng any breach of
the peace cr conducting themselves in a manner tend- np
thereto, and all persons who shaU threaten or otherwise
attempt to inlimidate, or corruptly or improperly in tin
once any eit zen ottering to register; and for this pur?
pose they may apply for aid to tho Post Commander, and
may require the attendance and services of sheriffs, their
deputies, constables, policemen, and also of any CIHZOL
and all Stat?, dis ti let, county and town officers charged
with tho presex .-a ti on of tho public peace, as well as all
citizens, are required to obey the orders of said Boards,
given ba pursuance of the authority aforesaid, and to
perform aU such acts and duties as may bo requisito
AU arrests made as herein provided will bc promptly
reported to the Poet Commander, to whom also tho pris?
oners wiU be turned over with charges for < rial by a Post
Court, to bo organ 'zed as provided in Circular of May
16,1817, from these Headquarters, and any civil officer
or citizen fa."', ig to respond to the ca1! of tho Board for
assistance wilt be dealt with in l<ke manner.
IV. Whenever any citizen sha'1, suffer injury in per?
son, family or property, while exercising or eeeling
to exercise the right of registration, m addition to any
penalty prescribed by law for the offence, damages shall
be awarded to the injured party against the perpetrator,
upon his com.c;'on; and in case of dcfaclt in payment
of tho earns, or of the escapo of the offender, if it shall
appear that fit* wrong was countenanced, or the offender
harbored or concealed by the neighborhood, or that tho
civil authorities failed to employ proper measures to pre?
servo the peace, the damages shall bo assessed against
and paid by tho town, county or district.
V. Offences perpetrated by white per sons disguised as
blacks being of ?requent occurrence, the attention of all
authorities, civil and military, is directed to tho device,
as one adopted to escape detection, and to cast unmerited
obloquy upon the colored people. Ju a" cases, wheu re?
sort thereto sliaU bo shown, tho fact *n bo tekon into
consideration as aggravating the offence.
VI. Depriving a citizen of any right, benefit or advan?
tage of hire or employment, to discourage h'm from reg?
istering, or ou account of his having registered, or hav?
ing sought to register, shall bo deemed au oflenco pun?
ishable by tho Post Court, and sholl entitle the injured
par;y to damages against tho offender, any clause in any
contract or agreement to the contrary notwithstanding.
VTL Tho Act of Congress entitled "Au Act for tho
more efficient government of tho rebel States," and thc
Beveral acts supplemental y thereto, wi" be carefully ob
seived by aU Boards of Registration.
VIIL Each Board sha"., after having liken tho oath
prescribed by the Act of Congress of July 2d, 18C2, enti?
tled "An Act to prescribe au oath of offlc ," (see Appen-,
dix, form 1), choose one of its members as cha'rmau,
who shall presido ot aU sessic-s of tho Board, pres arro
nrdor at its meetings for registration, and represent thc
Board, and annouueo Its action in a!? matters coming bo
IX Tho places of session of the Boards shall bo tho
roting places established by low or custom In each cloc
lion precinct, unleH3 for good riuso otherwise direct id
by thc Post Commander.
X. Each Board shaU determine tho order In which ?bo
registration shall t-.ko place in ?he severe' election pre?
quels, that may bo assigned] to lt by tho Post Com
jiaudor, and tho timo which shell bo allotted to each
Dearing in mind that tho whole work is to bo finished be?
fore thc first day of October.
XT. Each Board shall forthwith upon notice of pub"
:ation of this order, and at least five cHys before com
mencing registration, givo not'eo thereof to the Pert
Commander, and tho sheriff, and tho mayor of thc city or
intendant of tho town, and sha'l causo w.itten or printed
notices to bo posted in five of tho most public places in
each election precinct, announcing the "mo when, rid
tho place where, ita sossions w M bo hold, ?he nvmbcr of
days tin no case lees than two), and tho hours of tho day
the Board will remain 'l session at each placo for the
pm pose of rcgistiation; and inviting all persons quali?
fied to vote undor tho provisions of tho Act of Co igross
passed March 2d, 18G7, entitled "An Act to provide for
tho more efficient government of tho rebel States," and
the sovcral Aots supplementary thoreto, to appear before
tho Board for roglsiration.
XIII. On tho day aud at thc li our designatcil 'u
the notices, for commencing registraron, tho Board
shall, at tho place annouiced, convene and enter
upon its duties, and shaU then aud thcro also po--t
notices of thc lune of final sessions provided for in para?
Xi ir. Tbo room used for registration, which the chair?
man shall have previously provided fer tho purpose,
shall be so arranged that tho Boaid shall be separated by
a bar from all other persons who may be assembled, and
those to be registered shall be admitted within tho '
one by one, and their ingress and egress so ai ranged as
to avoid confution.
XIV. Two citizens shall be admitted within the bar as
challengers, whose duty it shall be to challenge the light
of any citizen offering to register, upon any of the
grounds of disqualification enumerated in the Acts of
Congross before cited ; but the general right of challcngo
shall be conceded to all citizens present.
XV. If any challcngo be mado, tho Board shall, beforo
Anal decision, examino the person presenting himself for
registration, in reference to the cause of disqualification
alleged, and shall hear any evidence that maybe offered,
to substantiate or disprove tho cause of challenge, and
t'ball havo power to summon and compel the attendance
of witnesses and administer oaths In any case of regis?
XVI. In regist?ling, the name of white and colored
citizens ?hall be entered alphabetically, Ju separate
columns of the list
XVII. The following shall be the procoss of register?
First. Every citizen presenting b'mself for regislry
shall take and subscribe the oath prescribed by law (see
Appendix, form 2), which shall bo administered by a
member of the Board, and such oath shall bc preserved
with tho lists.
Second. His name shall then bo entered in the proper
column of tho hst, and celled out by the chairman.
Third. Any challenge made sha11, bs noted in tho pro?
per column, opposite tho name, with tho cause thereof.
Fourth. It is recommended toBoarda to defer tho hear?
ing and decision of contested cases until tho session for
revision provided for In paragraph XIX.
Fifth. \Vhcthor or not ihero bo any challenge, tho Board
must ascertain upon such facts or information os can bc
obtained, that thc applicant is entitled to be registered
before malani; his name as "accepted"-the oath not be?
Sixth. Section 7 of the Act of Jr ly 10th, 1867, declares
that no citizen shall be entitled to be registered by rea
son of any Executive pardon or amnesty for any act or
thing which, without such pardon or amnesty, would dis?
qualify him from registration.
Seventh. Boards will take notice that it is enacted by
Section 0 of tho Act of Ju'y 19th, 1867, that the true in
tent and meaning of tho oath prescribed in said Supple?
mentary Act is (among other UrngB), that no person who
has been a member of tho Legislature of any State, or
who has held any czecutivo or judicial office in any
State, whether he has taken an oath to support tho Con?
stitution of tho United States or not, and whether hu was
holding such office at tho corrmoncomcnt of thc
rebellion, or had bold it before, and who bas
afterwards engaged in insurrection or rcbcUion against
tho United States, or given aid or comfort to tho enemies
thereof, is entitled to bo registered or to vote ; and tho
words "executive or judicial office in any Stato" !u said
oath mentioned, shall be construed to include all civil
offices created by law for tho administration of any gen?
eral law of a Stlt3, or for tho adm i r-st ration of justice.
EioJuh. If there be no challenge, or if tho challenge bo
finally overruled, and tho Board determine that thc sppli'
cant is endtlod to bo registered, the Board shall mark
opposite the name of tho app^'crit, in tho propor
column, "Aecipted;" and ho shall thereupon bo deemed
Ninth. If thc final decision of tho Board bo that tho
applicant is not entitled to bo registered, the Board
shall mark in tho proper column, opposite hts name,
Tenth. In every caso of a rejection, the Board shal1
make a note or memorandum, setting forth tho ground
of such rejection, and return it, with tho registration list?
mentioucd in paragraph XX
XVIII. Tho registration, conducted as provided in
paragraph XVII, shall be mado in triplicate lists, two of
which shall, after tho conclusion of tho first session, bo
exposed for public inspection at convenient places, for
five days ; and the third shall be retained in possession
of tho Board till after tho completion of registration at
Ute meeting .provided for in paragraph XIX, ? ben Ute
three having boon compared and veiifled, shall be certi?
fied in tho form prescribed and printed al the end of Uio
blank regisLation lists.
X'X. Sessions for revising tho lists shall bc bold in
each election prcdnot, after said five days exposure of
tho lists, upon notice as provided in paragraph XII., and
tho Boards of Registration shall havo power, and it shall
bo their duty, to reviso the samo for a period of two days -,
and upon being satisfied that any person not entitled
thereto has been registered, to strik ? tho name of such
person from tho list. And the Boards shall also, during
tho same period, add to such registry tho names of aU
perso LS who al that Gmo possess the qualifications re?
quired by sall Act, who have not boen already register?
ed, and who aha?1 then apply to be registered.
XX. Ono of the aald lusts shall then be Immediately de.
livered to tho Post Commander, who will forwsrd the
same to these Headquarters.
XXL Each Board shall, at or beforo the conclusion of
registration, lorwrrd through the Post Commander to
these- Hoadquaitcrs, a recommendation of three sui tab! o
persons for Inspectors of IlecJons in each election pre?
cinct, stating tho name, occupation and postoffico address
of each person recommended.
XXTI. It is enjoined upon all Boards of Registration to
explain carol ally to all citizens who have not hitherto
enjoyed the right of suffrage, the nature of the privileges
which have boen ? tended to them, and tho Importance
of exorcising with intelligence tho now and bonorablo
franchise with which they havo^ecn invested by tho
Congress of the United States. ^
TTl?? Boards will tako notice that according to Sec?
tion 10, of the Act of July 19, 1867, they are not to be
bound in their action by any opinion of any civil officer
of the United States.
XXIV. Boards are ins.'.noted that all tho provisions of
tho several Acta of Congress cited, oro to bc liberally
construed, to tho end that all tho Intents thereof bo fully
and perfectly carried out.
XXV. Tho attention of all concerned is directed to tho
requirements of Section 4 of the paid Act of July 19,
1867, by which it is made tho duty of the Commanding
Gen oral to remove .'rom office aU persons who are dis?
loyal to tho go vere ment of tbo United States or who uso
then- officialinflnenco In any manner to Under, delay,
prevent or obstruct tho due and porfect administration
of tho Reconstruction Acts. Tho names of all such
offenders will be reported through tho Post Commanders ;
and ah persons in this Militai y District aro called upon
to aid and facilitate tho execution tn good faith of tho
said Acts and the orders issued in pursuance thereof.
XXVI. Tho Major-General Commanding, in tho excr.
eise of an ullmato revisory authority, will, in duo sea?
son, bofore the holding of any election, onterta'n and
determine questions assigj'ig errors in tho registry, and
will, upon Inspection of tho completed lists, cause cor?
rect'on s of tho same, that the Lue design and purpose
ol tho laws bo faithfully answered and that all tho rights
thereby gu?rante d bo fully and faithfully enjoyed.
By Command of Mnjor-Gcncral D. E. SICKLES:
J. W. CLOUS,
Capt, fWth U. S. Infantry,
A. D. C. and A. A. A. G.
J. W. CLOUS.
Capt 38lh In tan tey,
A. D. C. and A. A. A. G.
L of County of and Slate of
do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I have never vol?
untarily borno artus against tho United States since I
have boen a citizen thereof, that I havo voluntarily given
no aid, countenance, counsel or encouragement to per?
sons engaged hi armed hostility tborcto; that I havo
neither sought, nor accepted, nor attempted to exercise
the functions of any office whatever under any authority
or protended autho-ity lu hostility to the United States;
that I have not yielded a voluntaiy support to any pre?
tended government, authority, power, or constitu? ion
witl'i'i tho United States, hostile or inimical thcrotpi
And I do further swear (or affirm) that to tho best of lily
kuowledgo and ability, I wiU support and defend tho
Constitution of tho United States against a" enemies
foreign or domestic; that I wi'lbcar ti tie faith sud alic
glance to tho same; that I take th's obligatlou freely,
without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion;
and that I wi'l well and faithfully dlachorgo the duties of
the office on which I am about to enter: So help mo God.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me, a.this
.day of., one thousand eight hundred and
NOTE.-Registers will bo required to take thc oath pre?
scribed by the Act of Congress approved 3d July, 18C2.
Blank flinns of this oath will bu furnished to Post Com?
manders, and when duly subscribed and swum, will be
returned to the Post Commander, who will forward I bern
to Dlatrict Headquarters. And if any person shall
falsely take and subscribe such oath or affirmation, such
person so offending aud being didy convicted thoreof,
shall be subject to thc pains, peur Hies and disabilities
which, by law, arc provided for thc punishment ol the
crime of wilie' and corrupt perjury.
I, do solemnly swear (or afflnu), In the pres?
ence of Almighty God, that I am a citizen of thc State of
: that I have resided in said State for
months next precediug this day, aud now rcBide in thc
county of or parish of , in said State, (as
thc ease may be); that I am twcnly-ono years old; that I
have not been disfranchised for participation in any re?
bellion or civil war against thc United States, nor for
felony committed against thc laws of any Stato or of thc
United States; that I have never bceu a member of any
Stato Lcgis'aturc, nor held any cxecuCvo or judicial
offico in any State and afterwards engaged in any insur?
rection or rebellion against thc United States, or given
aid or comfort to the cnorrtes thcreol ; that I have never
taken an oath as a member of Congress of the United
States, or as an officer of thc United States, or as a mem?
ber of any State Legislature, or as an executive or judi
dlcial officer of any State, to support thc Ccnsiitulion of
the United States, and afterwards engaged in insurrec?
tion or rebellion aga'ust thu Dotted States, or given aid
or comfort to thc enemies thereof ; that I wiU faithfully
support the Constitution and obey thc laws of thc United
States, and will, to thc best of my ability, encourage
others so to Co: So help me God.
Sworn to and subscribed bcToic me, this day of
, 18C7. 83 Aueu8t 3
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT SI M
TER, S. C., by GILBERT .V. FLOWERS, Proprietors.
?t FOUR DOLLARS per auuuui, invariably in advance
Advertlsenieuts inserted at usual rates.
Every style ot Job Printing executed In th? neatcs>
style and greatest dispatch. september 20
Headq'rs Military Post of Charleston, )
CITADEL, CHABLEBTON, S. C., August 2,18C7. j
[GENERAL OBSESS NO. 28.]
L In obedience to General Orders No. CS, from th
Headquarters "Second Military District," of August 1st,
1867, tLo Boards of Reglstraticn appointed for tho Mili?
tary Post of Charleston will at once organize and elect
The Chairman of each Board will then report in per?
son to the Post Commander for books, forms, orders,
Tho different Boards of Registration will then pro?
ceed to act in accordance with tho requirements of Gen?
eral Orders No. 65.
II. Tho following appointments arc m ado to All va?
I. W. Johnson, vice Pliillip Auslin, not qualified.
Louis Pinkers, ri? Dr, Thoa. Sim, who declines tho
appointment H. B. uLITZ,
August 1 s3 Commanding Post.
DRUGS, CHEM1CAIS, ETC.
For Sale, Wholesale or Retail.
SUPER CARR SODA,
CREAM OF TARTAR,
BLUE STONE, Ac, Ac
E. H. KELLERS & CO.
NO. 131 MEETING STRELT.
August 3 _Opposite Market.
^TITRATE OP SILVER
HYPO SULPHITE SODA
AND ALL OTHER CHEMICALS.
For salo by
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
August 2 .
BROMIDE POTASSIUM, ftc., .tc.
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, by
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING ST., OPPOSITE MARKET.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY.
MACHINIST il FOUNDER.
No. 314 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM ENGINES, ItOILERS
and MACHINERY, Saw Mills, Corn Milb, Horso
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar Mills, Cotton
Seed Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gins, and all kinds of
Iron and Brass Castings, to order.
April 25 thstufimo
0 U N I) R Y
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast?
ing? In Iron nud Brass of
Send orders to
J. M. EASON & BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus sts.,
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR.
til*. IRON ty
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. BICE
THRASHERS (from new |uttorus, with all thc modern
improvements), STEAM SAW MILLS, Ac, Ac.
CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS
Promptly attended to willi neatness and dispatch.
Repairs to Marino and other Work,
Shall receive special attention.
FOR .SALE-Ono 12-horeo power ".TEAM ENGINE,
nearly new; several uew and second-h nd BOILERS, li
to Id-horso power.
CONSTANTLY IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, 12 ami 20 Horse Tower Steam
All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK ?hall re?
ceive our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll :tmo
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AOO. IS
published at Marion, S. C., in tiip central portion
o? tlio country, and offers a favorable, mediant to Mer?
chants, Druggist?, Machinists, and all dawes who desire
to extend their business in the Pee Doe country.
For the benefit of our advertising patrons, we shall, in
addition to our subscription list, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute gratuitously :1(MH> extra
copies of the STAR, during the business season HUH
FallRates of Advertising liberal.
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Editor and Proprietor
THE AIKEN PRESS.
IT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN Ol'
Aiken, S. C., a Weekly paper under the above title,
tobe devoted lo General Intelligence-Political, Com
merelal. Social, Literary, mid Religions-with a Depart?
ment ol Agriculture, including thc Field, tho Orchar...
Ute Vineyard, and tho Garden. A News Summary, to
contain ii digest of thc important events of the week,
will occupy a p . tiou of the paper, mid particular attro
tiou will bo given to the unsettled question ol' Labor, a*
best adapted to our new condition, and Hie development
of the resources of thc country in Mauriac! ares, Agri?
culture, Fruit-raisine., and Vine-growing.
Terms-$3 a year, IU advance.
H. W. RAVENEL, Editor
W. D. gnuTXAKPj Publisher. January 21
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
1)UBLTSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. AT
Orangebarg, s. C. Tenn? s:> per ntinnm, in ad?
During Hie spring and fall seasons extra conies ol tb?
DIUNOKBUBO NEWS will bo circulated fjr thu bcuelll ul
uar udvertismg patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the inosi liberal
lenus. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangebnrg News. ?
February 25 Orangeburg, H
COTTON CI1IG MILLS,
IMG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTOX,
WEST END TRADD STREET,
rE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW PREPARED TO
receive, from Planters and others their crops cf SEA
ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON to OIN. BALE, &c.
Having tho most improved MACHINERY and expe?
rienced op?rai ive.", all COT I ON entrusted to us will be
prepared in thc best manner for market.
For terms apply to
NO. 32 EAST BAY, Cor. Adger's Wharf,
Or at CHISOLM'S MILL, West End Tradd streot.
August 3 _s
PATENT SELF-FASTENING WROUGHT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
STATE F AIR.
IT LS AS CHEAP A TIE. AND THE BEST ONE YET
inven ted. It is tho strongest Tic, standing by test a .
strain of ( tOOO) two thousand pounds. Thc moat easily
adjusted lie, as it is self-fastening. Thc most simple,
requiring only to slip the band into thc buckle, and the
elasticity of thc cotton fastens itself, and it cannot be?
come un fastened.
For sale, in large or small quantities, by
ROSS. ROBERTS k CO..
Commission Merchants and General Agents,
No. H6 Front street, New York City.
STREET BRO. k CO., Agents,
July 15 3mo Charleston. S. C.
SEA FOWL GUANO,
A VAMJAKI/E FEltmiZER,
FOR SALK BY
NOS. 143 AND 145 EAST BAY.
PATENT IMPROVED STEEL BRUSH
Cotton Saw (jins.
rpnE PATENT IS FOR AN IMPROVEMENT BY
1 which great advantages aro gained, both in quantity
and quality, of the staple cleaned.
These celebrated Gius are for sale by
COWLAM G RA VELE Y.
NO. 52 EAST BAY,
Sole Agent for the State of South Carolina.
ALSO. FOR SALK,
THE AMERICAN HAW GINS, of all 3izes ; and a great
variety ni'Agricultural Implements. tusl2 Joly 23
.millerin ii IL mmm
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 Mcciins Street,
(OPFOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,)
Dealers in all kinds of
A LT ie it ll u ra I Implements,
SAW AND ROLLER GINS.
HENEREr8 MCCARTHY GIN.
H. L. EMERY k SON'S SAW GIN AND CON?
DENSER, for Hand or Horso Power.
80UTHERN COTTON CO.'S GIN.
NEW YORK COTTON CO.'S GIN.
BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER GIN.
BROWN'S HAND GIN.
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER.
THE LITTLE GIANT,
THE BEST. MOST COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
HORSE POWER MANUFACTURED.
In introducing this new Power into tho maikct,wc
would state that tin- following arc some of tho advan?
tages possessed by thc "LITTLE GIANT" over all other
Hone powers :
1. Its great strength on account nf bring double-geared,
which not only doubles the strength by dividing thc
strain nu twice tho number of teeth, but by gearing on
both sides of tho wheels it equalizes thc wear on the
shafts, und materially lessens the friction, enabling thc
horses to do much more work than with any other
2. Its compactness and extreme portability, it weighing
about one-half as much OH other Horse Powers, and occu?
py i ig but one-third the space, it can be packed in small
boxes, thus saving much expense. It is so simple that
thc most ignorant person would have no difficulty in
putting it togotlier.
3. The facility with which it can be adjusted to any
kind of machinery at any angle, either on tho ground or
over hoad, without moving it from its foundation, will
be a ppr e.-ia Nd by ft rulers and planters UH specially adapt?
ed fur driving Cotton Gins.
HORACIO L. EMERY'S
PATENT ENDLESS RAILWAY
M0WIN? AND REAPING .?ACHINES.
Plows of all descriptions, Cast Iron
PLOW CASTINGS, in every variety; Cultivators ;
Herne Hoes ; Harrows : Cast Iron Field and Garden Rol?
len; ; Fan Mills; Corn Mills; Corn Slndlurs; t'oru und Cob
Crushers ; Hay, Straw and Com Stalk Cutters ; Planta?
tion Carts and Wagons ; Canal and Garden Barrows ;
Migar Hills; Grindstones; Road Scrapers; Churns:
shovels ; spades ; Rakes ; Forks ; Hoes, icc, ki; Gar?
den Seeds, ni all Kinds, warranted pure and Fresh.
LITTLE & MS!! ILL.
No. 140 Hceting Street,
(OPPOSITE PAVILION HOVEL,)
cn.vRi.rcsTO'v, s. c.
THE WOULD IV?OMMil'Ji
AT THF. WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRTGO.
SUV. REVA LS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores la happiness those who, from dulci ul
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss ol relations and
friends, loss of inouey, fcc., have become despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives informa?
tion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you tho business you aro best
qualit? <l to pursue and in what you will bc; most success
ful, causes speedy marriages, and tells you the very day
you will marry, gives yi u tho names, likeness and char?
acteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, unvails the dark
and biddon myst eries ol the future. From the stars we
see m thc armament-the malefic stars that overcome or
predominate iii the configuration-I rom the aspects and
positions ot the planets and the fixed stars in thc heavens
nt the time of birth, Bhe deduces thc futuro destiny of
man. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist on
earth. It costs you but a trille, and you may never again
have sn favorable au opportunity, Consultation fcc, with
likeness and all desired information, ?1. Parties living
ot a distance can consult the Madame by mall with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A
full sud explicit chart, written out, with all inquiries ar*
red mut likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt >.
price above mentioned. The strictest weensy will be
maintained, and all correspondence returned ordestr :/
cd. lteiereiices ol thc highest order furnished those ..'o
siring them. Write plainly thc day of the mouth .ir.A
year in which you were boru, enclosing a small loe. ol
Address, MADAME II. A. PERRIGO,
P. o. DHAWEB 2:13, BUFFALO, N. Y.
March 30_ J y
OFFICE CLERK OK COUNCIL.-THF. FOLLOWING
chuso ni Seel iou 1 of au "Ordinance tn Raise Su??
! Hes lor lKcyo.it 1*17," is published for the information
ol persons scliin; Good* by sample or otherwise, who arc
not residents 01 tills city. All such persons are hereby
notified lo reportai IbisofCce,
"Three dollars ou every hundred dollars of all goods j
sold in this city I nous not residents, bv sample ol j
otherwise." \V. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk ol Council J
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO., )
COBMZB BROAD AND EAST BAT STB., J
Hr.nr.. r.^^CHtBLE8T0N' S- C- August 3, 1867. J
EEEAFTER THE CARS ON THE RUTLEDOE
Street Lino wul leave tho upper terminus on Sun?
days, at 9 o clock A M., and at Intervals of overy Arleen
(16) minutes until 12* o'clock P. M., when they will leave
AngnStS* I E-H. JACKSON, Snp't
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
AMMA A\D KEW ORLEANS
Chalanooga and Grand Junction,
THROUGH IN FORTY-NINE HOURS.
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:45 A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., making clor J connections at all points.
Arriving at New Orleans at 8 P.M. and ll: I0JA.M.
jfcg-Passcngers by tr-lni of the Georgia Railroad make
close connections with this route at Atlanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE.
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHr
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW AS
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKE rf GOOD UNTIL USED.
Can be obtained at General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.,
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, Ga. ; South Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, S. C. ; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
S. C. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation,
July 13 3.1 o Western and Atlantic Railroad.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
Real Estate & General Commission Agts.
NO. 30 BROAD STREET,
f T7TLL Al TEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
VV STOCK8, BONDS, GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS,
REAL ESTATE, kc, kc.
GEO. L. HOLMES.ALEX. MACBETH.
August 1_ thatulmo
WILLIAM ll. GULILAND & SOX,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON. RI Ci; LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 597 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
Thc LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on liand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will bc promptly attended to.
February 28 ly
To IIAOTEU & BUOTUEBS:
Warrenton, Va., April 12, 1S67.
* * Major fohn Scott, :vlto had been associated
with me for sonic time before tile close of //te war, pro
foscd, with my approbation and consent, which w,is
cheerfully given, to write a memoir of my command
I placed at lu's itisf>osiil all 0/ tny dispatches, correspond?
ence, and other military tncmoranda. Ht applied him?
self with great zeal ami diligence to tlic task, having all
thc time thc co-operation of thc officers ami men cf thc
PARTISAN LIFE WITH MOSBY.
BY MAJOR JOHN SCOTT,
Of Fanquler, Va., late C. S.A.
With Portraits of Colonel Mosby, thc Field Officers,
and Captains of thc Battalion, a Map of "MosbyV
Confederacy," mid numerous spirited Illustration*.
In one Vol., *vo, Cloth, Beveled, :}.') 50.
This work lins been prepared hy the express sanc?
tion of Colonel Mosby, and has the patronage and co?
operation of the partisan chief, his officers, and men.
It affords a complete history of thc achievements of
Mosby and his men, relating in a graphic mid spirited
style the numerous adventures, incidents, escapes,
surprises, mishaps, and successes of the famous Bat?
talion. Hundreds of anecdotes arc interspersed
throngs Ita pages, while nearly flftjr engravings and
portraits ill astra to und beautify tho volume.
SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.
AGENTS WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF TILE
COUNTRY TO CANVASS FOR THE WORK. Lib?
eral arrangements made, and exclusive territory al
HARPER & BROTHERS, New York.
July 29 ?
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXERES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTE. 1 VT
1 KN I'hO TO. No. 11C KING S i'll ELT,
Au(?u<<t 31 Between Krona and unem itrentm
Oh I lbs was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose curling tendrils, soit entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling the Mair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Hwy Massivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIK i AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautily themselves a Uionsaud-fold.
It is the only article in the world that will curl straight
hair, and at the samo time give it u beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. Tho Crisper Coma not only curls tho hair, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses lt; is highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, ami is tin- most, completo article ot
tile kind ever offered to the Ami rican public. The
Crisper Coma will be Bent to any address, scaled and
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists.
No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30 l>r
THE 1ST TONIC NOW IN USE !
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the information of all concerned :
AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE THE CLEANSING or miYIES
AND VAULTS IN THE CORFORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY.
L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, 1 hat
from and alter the ratitication of this Ordinance, it shall
not bc lawful for any person to cleanse or remove the
contents of Vaults or Privies within the limits of the
city, without having previously obtained a license for the
same; all such licenses io expire on the .list December
of every vear, and be subject to all requirements impos?
ed by Ordinances regulating the granting ol Licenses lor
Drays and C :rts. " ,
IX That tho use of Barrels in open Carts and wagOLS
is prohibited, and parlies applying for License will be re
quired to provide elese 1 Curta suitable lor the purpose.
III. All persons having such Lie-use shall repoit ft
one of th Guard Homes, durin? th., dar, bis or their in?
tention U lo such work during thc ensuing night; hi the
Lower Wards such report to be nude to the Main Guard
House, 111 the Upper Wards to t (?per Guard House.
IV Tho place or places for the deposit ot such oflal
?hall' be designated from time to time by the Mayor.
y Ever* owner or driver ol such Licensed Cart or
any otner person who shall vioiatc any of the provision?
ol this Ordinance, or shall neglect Ot refuse to observe
the same oe any of them, ?ball forfeit and pay for each
offence a lii"1 no*,0 exceed twenty-five dollars, to be en?
forced by the Mayor in his Court, or recovered in any
oilur Court ofcompeteutjurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council Ulta seventh day of May, In thc
year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ?ix
IL. s.| P. C. GAILLARD,
W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Council 3mo May 10
Stock of a Retail Family Grocery Sore saved from
recent fire. '
KV LACRE S" <S? AL BX ANDER.
THIS DAY, 3d instant, will be sold, ic the store at the
northeast corner of Broad and King streets, at 10X
THE BALANCE OF STOCK TN SAID STORE,
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, Bice, Candles, Starch, Paper,
Flour, Salt, Can Fruits, Soap, Mackerel, and sundry
Conditions cash, and articles to be removed immedi?
A House and Lol on the ncrtli side of Burnt,'
iMne, near Meeting street, known as No. 9, at
BX SMITH ai MCGILLIVRAY,
No. '47 Broad street.
Will positively be sold on TUESDAY, the 6th of August,
on the north steps of tho Exchange, at ll o'clock,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
situate on Burns' Laue, at tiret lampo.-t from Meeting
street, 20 lt ct front by 87% feet, more or ICM;
bounded on the north by lands now or formerly of Geo.
Stclnmcyer; cast on lands now or formerly of Mary Kei
zcr; west on lands now or formerly of Mary Keizer.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year; secured by
bond and mortgage as usual. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stomps. Joly so
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA,
Physician and Surgeon,
H^rMir^?tr.^ RESIDENCE AT No. 74
HASEL STREET, two doors cast of the Postoffice.
N. B.-Diseases of a private nature cured with dis?
EOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER of Meeting and Society Streets.
June 19 _ WBfimo
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTUREES AND PATENT.
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND BABY TENDER, Pro
Ipelling Horses, and all kinds of Rock
lng Horses, Invalid Chaira, with double
- and single wheels, from $36 'to SAS*
Children'? Oarrlages, Fancy and Varnished Wagon?
Fancy Sol KB, Invalid Carriage?, made to order. Fancy
Propeller nd Baby Rockers, ftc., Ac, life-size Horses,
made toe Uer.
Depot, .^o. 688 BROADWAY. Manufactory. Nos 449
460,461a d 463 WEST STREET, New York. '
AT PRIVATE SALE
FOR PURIFYING DRINKING WATER, SICK
ROOMS, BILGE WATER, CESSPOOLS, DRAINS,
kc, and for use in all cases where a deodorizer or disin?
fectant ts required. Approved by the Surgeon-General,
U. 8. A.. Washington, D C. and for ?lc In quantities to
suit the public at No. 13C MEETINO 8TREET.
McKAY k CAMPBELL,
Auction and Con.r"'a?'^n Merchants.
July 16 tuths
IF YOU HAVE CHILLS AND FEVER, USE DR. C. G.
GARRISON'S FEVER AND AGUE CURE. It is a
perfectly safo and reliable remedy, a sure cure.
Price $1 per bottle.
For salo, wholesale and retail, at my store. No. 211
south Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
DOW IK & MOISE.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. ICI Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
_ July 29_mths6
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE,!
CITY HALI., CHARLESTON, July 31,1867. (
INTIMATES WILL BE RECEIVED UNTO. THE 5TH
i IN8TANT for supplying tho city with SOUND
LUMBER for Curb, and Gutter ? lanks, of SUMS to bo
specified by tho City Engineer for a period of three
months from date, ten thousand feet of which to be fur?
nished immediately after closing the contract
Estimates also wanted for BUILDING A TRUNK three
hundred feet long, of two-Inch plank, fourteen by six*
teen inches in thc clear, to be laid upon sleepers of three
by nine inches, and to run fro u the north side of Chapel
street, between Alexander and Elizabeth street, to the
Estimates also wanted for doing all repairing work to
PAVEMENTS AND CURBS, at - per square yards,
for three months from date. LOUIS J. BAR BOT,
August 1_thai_City Engineer.
No. 1 LICENCES.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
July 24, 1867. j
THOSE PERSONS WHO MADE APPLICATIONS FOR
No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE are hereby notified to ic
port at this office with their applications immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
July 25_Clerk of .Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
July 24, 1867. j
JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS AND PEDDLERS WHO
have made application for LICENSES are hereby
notified to report at this office immediate,/.
W. H. SMITH,
July 26_Clerk of Council,
rriHE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
X wiU for tho pr. peut be carried on as usual by tho
undersigned at No. 18 East Bay, over tho store formerly
occupied by CRAIG, '1UOMEY k CO.
AU persons having Individual claims must prosent the
samo, and those indebted individually will make pay?
ment to JOHN TUOMEY.
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master tho great art of Ven?
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world ot
fun, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a sourcc-of income. Full in?
structions sent by mail for 50 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. 0. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
FOR THE MILLION ? !
[WILL SEND, POST-PAID, 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tho most celebrated Actors for 60 coats; 60 Actresses
for 60 cents; CO Union Generals for CO cents; 60 Rebel.
Generals for CU cont?; CO Statesmen for 50 cents; 60 beau,
ti lui young Ladies for CO couts; 60 fine-looking young
Gentlemen for CO cents; C largo Photographs of French
Dancinit Girls, in eostume, beautifully colored, exactly au
tlicy api>car, tor CO cents; or for CO cents, 6 of the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
j nppcar in thu play of the Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Scud all orders to P. 0. Box 177, lr y, N. Y.
May 13 lyr
There cometh j,-lad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to gi eat and to small;
The benn ty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all may be fair.
By thc lise of
For Improvise and Beautifying thc Complexion,
Thc most valuable and perfect preparation in use, for
giviug thc skin a beautiful poarl-like tint, that is only
lound in youth. It quickly removes Ton, Freckles, Pim?
ple.'', Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruptions,
and all impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its uso
cannot bo detected by thc closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of thc kind used by the French, and is con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 7" cunts. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt ol un
BERGER, SnUTTi*. A CO., Chemists.
2.S3 River St., Trov, N. Y.
OFFICE CLEM OF COUNCIL, l
May 1867. )
Thc following Section of " An Ordinsnce to abolish the
office Of Superintendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
iiiK tile Streets, Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes," is
hereby published tor th J information of all concerned :
For thu due protection of thc said contractor or con?
tractors, it is further ordained, Ihat every owner, lessee,
occupant anil tenant ol' any premises fronUng in any
street, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) have thc dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in front or his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readiness for tho contractor, by the hour of
?even o'clock, A. M., lrora the Hist day of May to tho
first day of November in every year ; and by the hour of
nine o'clock, A. M., frcm the first day of November to
the first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, in any street, laue, or aUey, or opeu court, siter the
hours above named, shall be subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for each and every
offence, to bc imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 15_Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, ?
CHARLESTON, S. C., Mav 4,1367. J
THE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosures, vaults, A-c, will commence on Monday
next. Ct iust Owners and occupants are hereby required
lo see that their premises are in good condition and that
id! filth and garbage ll removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections wiU follow.
P-y order of Mayor GAILLARD.
C. B. SIG WALD.
Chief el' Police.
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