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The Daily News.
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22. 18G6.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CIT!.
tS~ THK LIST OF1 LETTERS re
muining in the T>ot>tofnoo at the on ct
of each week ia imMishotl ofRoially
tia TT?K DAILY NEWS every Fri?
Tba foUowing axe the Agents for thie paper:
JOSEPH H. SEARS, "New Routh." Bittali Bead.
TV. S. LANCE, Grahamville P. 0., Beaal'..-t, 8. ..
B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S, C.
H. Lu DARR, Sumter, 8. C.
THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. C.
J. T. HERS H MAN, "Journal oflice," Camden. 8. 0.
J. M. BROWN, "Southerneroffice," Darlington, 8. 0.
M. M. QUINN k BRO., Augusta.
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in Now Yore.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO. NO. 708 Broadway, New York. |
baa always the latest dates of the DAILY NEWS, as he ]
does of all the other principal journals of the country.
. SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAOES. "CS
PI.OFESSOB MCORAJIV'S lecture on tho Antag?
onism Between Science and Christianity will be de -
livered in the Chapel of the College of Charlea- j
toa, tl is evening, at half-past 7 o'clock.
"WAgHiNJTOM ARTILLERY.-Wo would invite at
lbion to an advertisement under thia head,
rbioh appears iu our issue to-day, inviting the
lembers of WALTER'S, STEPHEN D. LIB'S, HART'S,
sd HALSXT'S light batteries, and the former
embers of the Washington Artillery, to meet at
i Hope Engine House thia evening at 7 o'clock,
' the purpose of taking into consideration the j
jpriety of organizing an association.
IB MEKBEBSof the Washington Light Lnfantry,
Jaipanies A and B, aro invited to meot at tho
leonie Hall, this evening, at 7 o'clock, as will be
bn by our paper of to-day. As this meeting is
J?alUod for tho pnrposo of organizing a charitable
eoohoty, ar^d to render kindnesses to thone com?
rades whom misfortune may have overtaken, wc
hope that all the surviving members of this gal?
lant <ibrps will feel so much interest in this gath?
ering that they will be punctual in their attend?
CottFUOT 0? ArjTH0RiT7.--The statement in yes?
terday's paper in reference to Colonel CABEW, tho
1 erin" of the District, and General BENNETT, was
?founded on rumor, and was not altogether in ac?
cordance with the facts. We have since seen Col.
CAREW himself, and ascertained from him the fol?
lowing particulars: During tho recent session of
i the Sessions Court, JAMBS FOX was convicted of
larceny, and under the laws of the State, senten?
ced by Judge ALLEICH to six months' imprison?
ment and thirty-nine lashes, to bo inflicted in
three instalments of thirteen lashes each. The
Sheriff notified tho keeper of the jail that he
would proceed to execute the sentenoe at ten
.'dock on Tuesday, 20th inst., and accordingly re?
paired to the jail at the appointed time. He was
told by a non-commissioned officer iu charge that
he could not permit him to have access to the
prisoner. Colonel CABEW then went to the head?
quarters of General BEENETT, to ascertaiu
whether this interference with the execution of
the laws which had been restored by the joint
proclamations of the Provisional Governor and
General Gm.MOUE, then in command of this De?
partment, had been made by authority. General
BBKKKTT being absent, Colonel CABKW stated his
business to Captain BUEUEH, thc Adjutant, and
was informed that the matter wau referrod to the
Major General Commanding, and that pending his
consideration of tho subject, and until bia decision
was declared, thc punishment could uot be in?
In connection with tho above, and in more full
cluoidation of tho position taken by the military
authorities upon thu subject, we publish the sub?
joined lotter from Captain M. N. Rion, A. A. A.
Gen., Military District of Charleston, to Colonol
CABEW, Sheriff of this District:
HaangoAiiTtiis, MILITARY DISTRICT uv |
OFAULUWTOX, DLST. OK S. C.,
ASSISTANT AHJUTAVI UKMBHAI<'H Ol'FlCK, ?
CHARLESTON, & C., February lam, isa;, j
JOH* E. CAUEW,
ShtrijJ' oj (Ut Ihttrivt of (Jharieni/jn.
SIB,-The bi. Major General Commanding has
been informed that yon propose to indict tho pun?
ishment of 39 lashes upon a percou named Charles
Fox, now confined iu tho District jail, pursuant to
a sentence of tho Court of General Sessions, Ur.
Judge Aldrich presiding.
Tbe officer in command of tho jail has been
notified not to permit this punishment, and the
sentence cannot bo executed.
Any attempt by you to execute elsewhere this or
similar sentences, will be treated us a violation of
General Order .No. 1, dated Headquarters, Depart?
ment of South Carolina, Jan. 1st, 1866, and
promptly dealt with as such. Punishment of the
lash cannot be ii.dieted in this city upon any per?
son while tho military authority continues in force.
The Courts of South Carolina cannot have the
assent, either expressed or implied, of the mili?
tary authorities, of a punishment unknown to the
laws of the United otates.
1 am, Sir, very respectfully, your
M. N. RICE,
Capt. 35th ?. a C. T., A. A. Adjt. Gen.
We think it probable that a misapprehension
may exist in reference to the facts of this case,
and would state, for the information of our read?
ers, that the punishments imposed by His Honor
Judgo ALDRICU, were not of his own motion, with
respect, at least, to their character. Tho penalty
for the crime of larceny iu this State has always
been whipping. The commun law of England was
adopted by an Act of the. Colonial Legislature na
tho rulo of puiiiniiruent in a large number of cases,
among which was the crime of larceny for which
by that law the punishment of la?li<* wa* im?
posed, and auch ban ?.em tim punishment foi that
offence to the present tioie, without authority in
tbe Judge to make auy 01 bur modification than to
increase or diminish their number, as the case
may have been more or 1>-SM aggravated. It may
be a question whether the laws of this State
should have been modifie I to suit the spirit of tue
ago; but civil law being re lured, and this convic?
tion occurring, the Judge bad no option but to im?
pose Um t penalty.
OUR P\oT?i:it Lo< u f j id.re by bis letter in
yesterday's N?.vs, appears to have bad a pretty
tough time on bin lati trip; thin is wlmt we should
.all traveling .nuder difficulties. But what
possessed bim to ne: (,.!' with a trainful of dis?
banded volunteers of all people un eait?i tho
most demoralized. ' ?. ? :?< hi.s c:tso wan, it
might have- boen w r . '.earn that the con?
ductor or the tra' 1 :' .... . e day, was robbod
.f $1200 by some p?.r<y rt?? unknown. As
tho money w is ii- .. , ! ox, if is supposed
that it must hw bi ?? nl.4quatnl.tted by SOUM"
ooo not afraid tu . iak< : 11 itt " .. on a strong place.
The assaultive 1 . met with
?j*gtu*r fiicc? . ?. MW \> .. ei it <.--, we cou Ot not, j
soon capi*;.;Ht' . . rot the conductor I
?who lost his money, but we are glad it was not
our unfortunate Local friend and brother.
However, perhaps we aro putting an inpuppos
able caso. I?ow should a "Local"' havo $1200? and
if not have, how lose? An interesting problem,
AT TIIK annual meeting of tho stockholders of I
the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, held on f
Wednesday, February 21st, 1SC.C, tho folluwiii?
ticket for President and Directors, nominated by
tho City Council, was unanimously elected :
R. L. 61NGLETARY, President.
Hon. P. C. GAILLARD.
W. F. HUX>uN.
W. c. URB.
C. V. CHAMBERLAIN.
C. M. FORMAN.
lt. Y h. \U<>N.
J. H RTE1NMEYKR.
T. D. WAGNER.
llonr.ERT.-Two nico young nun Bloppcd at the j
Waverley House. 01: Monday night last, and after
taking supper, winch they paid for, ?edged und
took their meals on tho next day. When taking
their second supper, however, they were suddenly
called away beforo the other boarders had finished;
and going up stairs, they entered tho room of u
gentleman uexfc the ono they had occupied, and
taking one hundred dollars out of his pocket, left
the house, and have not been beard of since, al?
though the police have niado exertions to detect
A Dam BEBA.TR A rr KM PT AT MURDER.-On yes?
terday, as two colored soldiers, belonging to the
85th Begimcnt, wo believe, were proceeding up
Meeting 6treet, and had just passed the Circular
Church, one of them was'seen to stop and lean on
his musket, whilo tho other stepped forward some
ten pacos, wheeled, and coeking his musket, de?
liberately aimed and fired, hilting tho other in the
nock, and wounding him 6o severely that ho lies
in a precarious situation. We have been unablo
to ascertain the cause of this murderous assault,
but presume tho military authorities will make a j
thorough investigation of thc whole matter.
MURDER.- A diabolical murder waa committed
in King, nour Calhoun-street, about ll o'clock last j
night, on tho peraou of an unknown colored man,
ipparently about 25 yearB of ago. flo is supposed
io have been a butcher in the market, and resided
in Stato street, near Lodge Alloy, ile waa stubbed
n the back and died almost instantly. Coroner ?
WHITI.NO was sent for, and had the '.-ody removed
t> the lower Guard House, where nu inquest will
ie hi ld tili;? morning. No cause is assigned l'or |
be act, no.T IB IV knnwu who committed the deed.
OPEHA.-Wo are delighted to hear that M'me
JUIOKI _nd Sig. KUSINI'S celebrated Grand Italian
Jpera Compnny will appear in Charleston on or j
tbout tho 12th of March next. The director is
tfax BTRAKOKCH, and the company embraces tho
nost eminent artistes in this country. Thc
monis and orchestra are complete, and our peo?
ple, who have always been great lovers of operatic
performances, must prepare themselves for a
series of the most elegant entertainments which j
lave been given in Charleston for many years.
BEBPEST s Eoas.-We acknowledge the receipt j
jf a box of those wonderful things from MessrB.
BTJBBVB & Bo IN EST, who have recoived a largo
quantity of them, which they are retailing at a
rery low price. To those who have never seen
this a tr an go and most peculiar chemical discovery,
ve would say purchase a box, and be as much
gratified and astonished as all are at the first ex?
hibition of them.
TUB CIRCUS.-Last night we did ourselves thc
pleasure of taking the juvenile members of the
family to tho inside of tho big canvass on Citadel
3quare. Tho crowd was immense; an hour beforo
tho performance commenced, every availablo soat
af the amphitheatre waa tenanted. The place was
sot merely fall, but it wai crammed, jammed.
Everybody was there, and his wifo WAH Micro, and
ill bis children. Aud tho way the little boys and
?irls onjoyed all the lino sights and funny sayiugs
was enough to convert an anchorilo. Tho horses
trero fine, and performed well, somo of them most
learnedly. The riders did what circus riders al?
ways do-stood, leaped, danced and pirouetted on
aorsoback, and jumped through tho prescribed
number of hoops. Tho clowns wero "dreadful"
funny; thoir jokes extremoly original. We know
that they wore good clowns, fur they did and said
thc same things precisely 'bat wo havo known
avery clown to say and do since wo wero "kneo
high to it dook." "Cnar" certainly is a most mag?
nificent h..i rf, and we could not bat i>ity the poor
:ininia?., r- > accustomed to aristocratic society. It
is such a coming down, from being ono of the
[tuestan Emperor's horses of state, now to be com?
pelled to make a fool of himself for the delecta?
tion of the crowd-which, to say tho least, is not
iltogothor aristocratic. And the lions-we must
not forget them-they roared splendidly ; and
everybody was delighted. Ko kind of amusement
appears to bo as popular as the Circus ; and as
long as people enjoy such shows, why, wo say, lot
them have thom.
PROVOST COUBT.-8am Myers, colorod. Assault |
and Battery. J. D. Cox testified that, as bo was
paddling a small boat up to Fairchild's Wharf,
;ib 'ut half-past ll o'clock on Tuesday forenoon
having bcon on the other e??o of the river to get
Borne oyeterB-tho defendant, who woe standing
on the wharf, addressed some words to him, and
then threw bricks at him, some of which fell in the
boai, and one struck him in the back. Witness
got on shore aud proceeded to Calhoun-street to
look for a policeman, so that bo might havo tho
defendant arrested; but he got ahead af witness
and met him in that street, and commenced throw?
ing bricks at him again, aud struck him in tho face
with his fist, and kicked bim in thc stomach. De?
fendant borrowed from a boy who was wich him a
large knife, but his sister carno out a gato and at?
tempted to drag him in. George Douglas testified
that h- *?tw defendant iii Calliuan-ntroot tt.Teit.ten
?og |?r<.i*t<cnt<?r, and heard iiim s?.y be would knock
>I?K brains uni; th.it lie saw hun strike him in thu
FaOu and kick bim io tho stomach. Thc policeman
iook him to tho Guard House. Sentenced to five ?
MAYOR'S COURT.-A feiualo who had been REIUS
ng herself by exhibiting her temper, and using
judi ill words as to be "too shucking for his
Honor's ear.-," was brought up by another of the
sex, to win un thia exhibition (not moral J had been
made, and lo .whom thc impolite language had
been addressed, and, after sundry assertions and
denials, the Mayor suddenly put an extinguisher !
un the whole affair, by discharging all the parties,
much to tho disappointment of tho andience,
whoso countenances were just beginning to riiow
signa of great pleasure nt witnessing a tongue
fight between the two.
Three gentlemen from the Kurth, who follow in
th? wake nf the circus company, so as to mingle
tn ibo large crowds that ns, .Hy att nd their ex?
hibitions, wore brought up r"r attempting u>
lighten the pocket of a gentleman, o-i Tuesday
night, by taking his mouoy; brit United States
Detectives Q'ltaiK*and WAT-UV. ?1 cw-. [Vt,.,
ure hARunu. bau meir eyes upon these guy you:>g '
m eu, and grabbed them in so early a part of thc i
game, that they hadn't time to play ont their
carda. Tho Mayor decided to lock thom np until
Ulis morning, when they would be allowed plea?
sant atate-rooms in tho steerugo of to-day'a
steamer, ami leave our quiet city for the crowded
etreota of Kow York.
The Richmond Emjuirer, of tho 19th inst., pub?
lishes tho following :
IinADQnAUTKT.a Amma n? TUB TJ. S., 1
WASHINGTON, February 17th, lb'G?. J
You will please send to these headquarters, as
soon as practicable, and from timo to timo there?
after, such copies of newspapers published in
your department aa contain sentiments of disloy?
alty and hostility to the Government in any of its
branch?e, and state whether euch paper is habitu?
al in its utterances of tuch sentiments The per?
sistent public-tion of artil les calculated to keep
up tho hostility of feeling between thu peoplo of
different sections of tho country cannot bo tolera?
ted. This information is called for with a view to
their suppression, which will be done from these
Bv command of Lieut.-Gen. GRAKT.
'[8igned] T. S. BOWERS,
In Mr. POLLARD'S caao General GHAUT refused
to reecind the order of auppresaion, but the Pree
tdent has authorized the resumption of the pub?
lication on certain conditions.
The New York Herald says: "The advices from
China, Japan and India throw considerable light
on tbe turn affaira is taking in the East. Tho
arrival of 6ir RoTninroao ALCOOK, the British
Minister, in Pekin, had frightened the Chinese
Empress off her throne. Prince Rung, who has
favored the poh'cy of opening the Celestial Em?
pire to foreign intercourse, had been reinstalled
in power ; but, notwithstanding this fact, the
difficultice lying 'in the British Envoy's way
were believed to be of the most formidable char?
acter. Tho details of the manner in which tho i
opening of the Japancso treaty potts of Hioga
and Osaca was accomplished form a singular '
picture of Japanese lifo. Tho alhed fleet of j
England, Franco and Holland (the United States f
Consul being a consenting party to the proceed?
ings), sailed up to Osaca and induced the Tycoon
to take some strong measures, with a view to in?
ducing thc Mikado to carry out the proviaioos of |
thc treaty. Thc Tycoon, after much character?
istic hesitation, proceeded to tho royal rcsidenco,
accompanied by two thousand of his best troops,
who then and thero declared their intontion of ]
performing tho "happy despatch" upon them?
selves, unless tho Tycoon's request was granted.
Thc damios'werc threatening the Emperor and
everybody else with death if tho demand was ac?
ceded to. Ultimately, after days of intense ex?
citement, tho Mikado consented to carry out the
treaty and open tho ports, and the allied squadron
Thc following ia a list of As bis tant Commission?
ers of thc Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and
Abandoned Lands, announced by the Bureau
Fobruary 10, 18CG :-Brevet Major-General C. B.
FUSE, for Kentucky and Tennessee, at Nashville;
Brevet Major-Gcneral WAOKR SWAYNE, for Ala?
bama, at Montgomery; Brevet Major-General
ABSALOM BAIBD, for Louisiana, at New Orleans;
Brigadier-Genoral R. K. SCOTT, for South Carolina,
at Charleston; Brigadier-General DAVIS TILLSOS,
for Georgia, at Augusta; Brevet Brigadier-General
J. W. SPBAOUE, for Missouri and Arkansas, at
Little Rock; Brevet Brigadier-General E. M.
GBEGOBT, for Texas, at Galveston; Col. 0. BROW*,
for Virginia, at Richmond; Col. E. WHrrnjtsxY,
for North Carolina, at Raleigh; Colonel BAMTJKI. j
THOMAS, for Mississippi, at Vicksburg; Brevet j
Colonel T. W. OSBORN, for Florida, at Tallahassee;
Brevet Brigadier-General OHABI.ES H. HOWABD,
foi' the District of Columbia, at Washington.
~?b. letter from Tuacumbiti, Al?banla, &iy"8!
"Everything ie remarkably quiet out here. Tho
negro seems to he willing to work; but those who
hare never soen the large towns are very anxious
to mako one trip, to seo if there is not some placo
where work will be easier. Those who have been
soldiers seem to go to work with more earnest?
ness, and appear very quiet and well disposed.
Tho peoplo nro tired and utterly disgusted with
the questions now agitating tho country. They
have Inst nearly all thoy were worth before the
war, and now thoy wish to go quietly to work to
make up aomo of their loases. They care more
to know about the market price of articles such as
they wish to aoll or buy than they do for politics,
and no wonder."
A Washington correspondent states that the
Reconstruction Committee have decided to report
a joint resolution for tho admission of Tennessee.
It will distinctly state that Tennessee having ap?
plied for admission into the Union, and her Cen
btltution being Be-publican in form, alie ahall be
admitted on the same terms aud for tho ?arno rea
sone that Territories are. It will fully remedy the
radical idea that all Southern States are at pre?
sent out 0? the Union, and conveys the false im?
pression that Tennessee admits the fact and asks
to bo readmitted. Tho Tennessee delegation ask
admittance to Congress, but deny that their State
is or ever has been out of the Union, or that Con?
gress has the right to legislate for ber aa for a
Auction Salty this Day.
LaT/RXV k ALEXANDER will eell in their salas rooms,
Nt y. ?.40 and Hi Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock, a hand
eome rosewood piano, smiths' bellcws, salt and back
MJLLIOAN, MELCHER* k Co. will-sell in front of then
store. Ko. 20 Vendue Banse, at llo'olock, two building
lots at tho corner of King ?nd Lee streets, near Rifcers
villo; also, butter, segara, rope, 'furniture, dry goads,
Mi^zs DRAKK will sell at his store, corner of Ring and
Liberty Btrcets, at 10 c'clock, becta, shoes, dry gJOds,
N. HOST A SON will Bell in their sales room, No. 17
Bayae-strect, at half.pwt 10 o'clocA. boot?, shoes, gait
eta, furniture, pucket knives, Ac.
MAM: EY A BAKKU will sell attheir sales room, No. G6
Markrt-ctreet, at ll o'clock, au ?snortment of flu? i?r
tlEOttlK litntSKca Will in fruut ot bis store. Xe 10
Ven ive Ituntfe, at lu o'clock. Hie r.outuut* of a fancy
store, and codfish, cbalk pipen and .pipe heads, aud a
variety of other articles.
J. E. Acmsa A Co.-We would direct apecial attention
to the ca:>d ?f this firm, wbo bave re-eetabliihed them?
selves and business ut No. 139 Mee ling-street, similarly
to that which they curried on on East Bay, fe r many
years, BO much to tho satisfaction of all who dealt with
theiu. We sincerely wish that tho same prosperity may
attend them ut their new location which they met with
in former years at their old esublishinunt. We aro sat?
isfied that the sume energy Hud integrity will character?
ize the brm, and ibo saute courtesy will be lound with
them now at the new stand tint always paule lt so
pleasant to deal with them.
N IICNT k Sus.-This finn will sell to-day, at 10
o'clock, at their ?dies room. No. 17 Hayne-street, an ele?
gant assortment of biota and shoos, aud abo a lot ol' the
Hms furniture that has been offered nt auction for some |
time, UH well as some excellent penknives, tools, und
othor articles. Th s sal? is really worthy the attention
of persons desirous ot obtuiuiiit; these things, and as wt
are satisfied they will sell at reasonable prices, vre hope J
their tale ?Mil be properly patron iaid.
Can CHINO A TARTAR-Neglect your Imth and you
will aeon catch a isriar there. Manipulate them daily
with that isr* veuet >b!# eoMip?nn<L ': "-.ONT *M
?ver iaiect or adare cither them or the red gabfcions lu j
which they aro inserted, M J
J. E. ADGER & CO..
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
BAR IRON, STEEL, NAIL?.
Agricultura] Implements, eic,
No. 139 2?Xeeting-st.,
NEAR CUARLESTON HOTEL, AND
No, 62 East Bay-street,
Charleston, S. C.
Febrnary 2 th?8
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
No. 62 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
RICE HOES-6-inch, 6>s-inch, 6-lnch, flS'-lnch
7-lnch, 8-inch-which they offer low for ooah. Together
with a full assortacnt of all other PLANTATION and
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and HARDWARE
GENERALLY. 3 February 29
S AML. E. MARSHALL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
OFFERS FOR SALE.
ON REASONABLE TERMS,
No. 310 KING-STREET,
Third Door Below Society-street.
RODGERS' TABLE AND HORSE NAILS, "Griffin"
POCKET CDTLI RY Ploughs
Part and Knob Locks straw Cutters
Mest Cutters Oom Shellers
Andirons Hand Mill Stones, 20 to 24
Coal Scn-tles inch
Rat and M ou EC Traps SeiTta
Ottt>r TrapB Cotton and Wool Cards
Old Dominion Coffee Pots Blacksmith Toola
Broad Axes Turpentine Tools
Turpontine Hackers Carpenters' Tools
Wagon Hoi. i Grindstones
Ric? and Grlibbing Hoes Powder '
Trace Chain? Shot and Caps
Wagon Chai an Pistol Car tridgt
AGENTS FOR THE *
National Arms Company Re??! JITS.
February 22 2
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
HARDWARE. CUTLERY, IMS,
ITO- 53 EAST BAY3
80UTH OP OLD P03TOFFICE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
February 20 tutti?
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY^
JUST RECEIVED FROM SHEFFIELD, AND MADE
expressly for his own sales.
A complete stock of FILES and other SHEFFIELD
GOODS. For sale by COWLAM GRAVELEY,
February 20_tnths9_No. 82 East Bay.
mpg SU&flCrUBJBB HAfl JUST RECEIVED A FULL
X supply of the nott approved PLOWS, Ac, for the
cultivation of Cotton, Bice and Corn. Amongst which
BTEEL COTTON PLOWS AND SWEEPS
A good aseorunent of SURSOLL PLOWS
An Improved RICE 'IRENCBER, to mat?3 or 4 Uenchai
HARROWS AND CLOD CRUSHERS, for Bice lands
JOINT GRA83 EXIERMINATOB?
Many other neoful articles for the FARM and PLAN?
TATION. COWLAM GRAVEL2V,
February 20 tuthsi_No. Ci East Bay.
SOMETHING NEW !
LADIES' PUNCH SEGARS.
WARRANTED OF THE CHOICEST KXLLIOKINIOB
TOBACCO. For sale, wholesale and retail, atthc
CharlSHtou Candy Manufactory, No. 2T9 Klu?-?troct.
WARREN KINSMAN, Proprietor.
February 20 ?
?I16EITR0PFH DASZIS BITTERS
FOR 8ALB BI
CLACI??S & WITTE,
No. 80 East Bay.
I MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
Nos, 80 anil 82 Hasel-street,
NEXT TO POST OFFICE
RETCRN THANES TO THEIR FRIENDS AND TH!
citizens generally for the kind support tendem
thee Ebie? opening business, and hope by strict atteu
tion-io merit a continuance of th? situe. Having mail
various improvements in our eslabliHlniient, ?v- will b
prepcred at ail timesto receive conHi^uiueiiteoi'all kind
We purpo?(> having
I DRY G00DS.B00TS AND SHOES
CLOTHING AND NOTIONS,
First ai TUM TUESDAYS Of M
OUR REGULAR SALES
OP UttY GOODS, ?Vc., vvc.
FRIDAY, of Groceries, Liquors,
Furniture, Horses, Carriages,
WILL RE CONTINUED AS HERETOFORE.
January 18_ tmhaiuo
THE OAKOhlVA TI ?Ufes.
W. W. LEI? A RE, Knn- .R
LEU AHE & A Nif KB WU, i'ruprielvrs.
PUBLISHED AT OKANORUCRG Cu CRT HODSE.
Kiiutb Carolina, aver? ittnirtehiuc town, ami of
unsiiiffs imi.i-rtuiK L- ii? :; . ?'sin,
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T. J*. bUDER,
January W ?jule AtfenA,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Frceenta to thc attention of Mothers her
FOIl CHILDREN TEETHING,
TCbleh greatly facilitates) tlio process of TeetbiDg, by
("'(tuning tho gums, rc lucing all Inflammations, will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Dopend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
Relief and Health to Your infants.
Wo have put up and sold thia article for over thirty
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what we
have ncvor been abla to say of any other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A ODRE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by anv one who
used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its ope?
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of Its
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in Ods
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe?
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL?
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DBCLARE. In almost
every instance where the infant is suffering from pain
and exhaustion, relief wiU be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup is administered.
FuU directions for using will accompany each botUe.
None genuine unless the fae .?mile of CURTIS k PER?
RINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout tho world.
Price only 33 Cents per Bottle.
For tale by KING k CASSIDET,
February 22 Orno Charleston.
LENGNICK & SELL,
Importers & Wholesale Dealers
STRAW ll FM GOODS,
Northeast Cor. Meeting ni Hariet Sts,
THEY WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE
Public to taelr WELL-SELECTED &TOCK new la
Store and arriving by every steamer. Having superior
purchasing advantages, thoy are i-nablcd to off? r to the
trade generally a lino of Goods that cannot fall to give
satisfaction in every particular. The trude arc roi-paot
fully invited to examine tho Stock, consisting of a fud
and varied assortment of
BONNET AND RATS, trimmed and untrimmed
' RI BRUNS, of all descriptions
FLOWERS, French and Domestic
DRESS CAPS. RUCHES. NiT.S
VEILS, of newest designs : LACES
CRAPES. SILKS. CORSETS, SEIRTfl
WHITE GOODS, LADIES' COVERINGS,
And all otbor articles to be found in a first-class Whole?
sale Establishment. Having been engaged in this City
for tho post twelve years, in thin Une of business, are
well acquainted with the wanta of ibo Southern trade.
February 20 tutus Imo
GIFTS ! GIFTS ! !
GrZFTS ! 11
NO- 402 KING-STREET,
CHAKLESTON, S. C.
THE CHARLESTON AND NEW ORLEANS
Tho Largost and most Extensivo of any Association In
tho Southern States,
BA VINO nilANCH UO USES AX
New Orleans, LA ; Montgomery, Ala. ; Nashville, Tenn. ;
Augusta Ga. ; Savannah, Ga. ; and have now com?
pleted tho chain by establishing the " A'e
Plut Ultra" of them all, right among
the good peoplo uf this city.
THIS, OUR OPENING WEEK,
WE OFFER TO OUR CUSTOMERS
A New and Beautiful Stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Silver and Plated Waro
Tea Sets, complete
Rich Cuko and Card Baskets
G -blets, Cups, Spoons, Forks, Ac, A?.
TOOKTUGCt WITH A LABUK AWWBTHXMT OF
LADIEH- BETS OHNTS' PINS
BRACELETS WATCH CHAINS
GOLD RING H SLEEVE BUTTONS
ko., kc, kc
FOR ONE DOLLAR
EACH, WITHOUT REGARD TO YALUE
PL AM OP SALK -Wt- give you an envelope from among
a well mixed number, for which you poy twenty-five
cents, and find enclosed an advertisement or certificats
containing the natue of some one article in the sale,
which you can buy for ono dollar, If that article suits you;
and if itdoes not, you need not take lt, but Lave a Photo?
graph w hich 1B worth at least the money expended. We
wUl seU you one envelope for twenty-five cents; five for
one dollar ; thirty for five dollars ; seventy for ten dol?
lars, and one hundred for fifteen dollars.
LADY CLERKS IN ATTENDANCE
CALL EARLY AND SECURE A VALUABLE PRIZE.
POHL, RANDALL & Co.,
CHARLESTON AND NEW ORLEANS
No. 402 King-street.
February 13 tuthsO*
1> K II. KEGLER, banker,
rVHnrary U '.'omer King and UaM-l-ut*
ftORhlGN AN.'- INLAND EXCHANGE BOUGH!
ANO SOLD BY P. H. KEGLER, Banker,
February lu fmw6 Corner King and Hasel streets.
ON NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
CHARLES T. LOWNDES & lt
Ff-bruary 1'J Imo
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Merchants and Bankers,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
3?~J"Y -A_3NTII> SELL,
New York and
Gold ' oin. ??tocks
bonds, etc., eto.
Januar? li tuths?mos ?
JJmidsomc Roeevvtut piano.
BY LA UKEY & ALEXANDER.
THIS I AY, the 22d instant, ?iL be ton', in cur Sales
Ri oms, Nos. no sad Hi 31? viivR sticet, at 10 o'clock.
1 Handtome ROSEWOuL llANO, C. S. S>ABUBT.
Conditions ca-k._February 22
Sm nils'1 Bellows.
KY Ii A Vit E Y ii A Lr. X ANDER.
THIS DAY. 23d li st., will bp sold lu lon- our Sales
Locms, Nts. Ho ann Ul ile* ung mt ct, at lo. 'dock,
2 SM ll IIS' BELLOWS WOW).
Conditions ? ash._February 22
Sall and Buckwheat.
BY LACKEY ?Si A Ll'. X A A DEB.
THIS DAY, 22*1 inst., will be KIMI buore our Stares,
Nos. 140 und 14-2 Mi ?-iii ig-Sllcet, at 10 o'clock,
3 ? asks SALT
1 bali bbl. Buckwheat
o buses Buck? heat.
Conditions cash._ February ia
Furniture, Pocket Knives, ?fcc.
BV BJ. HWT e. SOS. .
THIS DAY, ibu 32d lust., at 1? o', lock, in oar Sales
Room, No. 17 Hi.yne-slrctt, will be sold,
1 COTTAGE CH All BER SET
1 Glass Front Botk Caso
1 Lounge (fine)
1 Extention Dining Table
1 Fine Mahogany Ei^ki fcquore Bedstead *
1 Fine Mahogany Bureau
Set Tea Tables
2 Wbat-Nots, Work Stand, Looking Glass
1 Bedstead, Matirebscs, ic.
1 New Wardrobe
1 Card Tabla
Looking Glass, Pleluies, Ac.
30 dozen POCKET KNIVES (dummied)
SO dozen Chit?is and Gouges, 'Juble Knives
3 cases Ladles' Fine Straw Bate.
Conditions rash. February 23
j.'otils, Shots, Gaiters, tte.
BY A- HUNT ?k SON.
THI8 DAY, tho 2Jd instent, at ]0>j o'elock, in cur
Sales Roora, No. 17 Hajnc-birett, will be sold,
40 cases and cartoons ol' as>ertcd BtOTS ABD
SHOES, Wen'a Brogans, Balmorals, Oxford Ties, Con?
gress Gaiters, Women's, Mistes' und childi ca's Bl
Calf and Split Gaiter, Boote and Balmorals. AU fresh
and desirable Goods.
Conditions cash. February 22
B? MILLIGAN, MELCHEKS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, 22d lust., ut onr Store, No. 30 Ves.
due Bange, at 10 o'clock,
fi firkins BUI TER
1 coll ly, lu.-li Bopo
100 lbs. Chalk
a BoUs Sheathing Paper.
DBY GOODS, NOTIONS, Jewelry, Furniture. &o., fte.
Building Lots i-ear RikerntUe.
MILLIGAN. BIELCHEKS o. CO.
Will sell TRIS DAY, 22d Instant, in iront cf their store.
No. 2t> Vendue Runge, at ll o'clock,
2 BUILDING LOT? on EiLg-strc? t Road, near Riken
ville, esch unarming and entailing doutt fronton
Eing-strcet Boad by 120 feet deep, rucre cr less. These
Lots are eltuutcd on the corni r el h mg aid Lee streets,
and woidd M<U admirably tor a stine or wagon yard,
being In a thriving nelgbt.orhuod.
Conditions cash; purchasers to par for papers.
Boots, Shoes. Dry Goods, Mattress, dc.
BY MILKS DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at io o'< lock. I will sell, at my 6tore,
corner of King and Liberty ttreets,
6 cases, SOO pairs, MEN'S KU' BROGANS, 6 to li
4 cases, 2411 pairs, Men'? Kip Bri guns, 0 to 13
3 cases, 100 pairs, Boys' Calf Brogans, 1 to 6
8 cases, H KO pairs, Ladies' Balm, rale, 6 tod
3 catea, 180 purs, Ladies' Balmorals, 3 to 7
1 case, 60 pairs, Ladies' Morocco Gaiters
3 cases, 24 pairs, Men'B Calf Boots
10 cartoons, l.o pairs, Ladies' Lasting Balmorals
" S cartoons, 72 pairs, Ladies' Buck le Congress Gaiters
12 cartoons. 144 pairs. Ladles' Morocco Balmorals.
Pieces Kentucky and Plai tatien JEAN, Satinet, Gray
and Bed Twill rlaunel, Broadcloth, Cass mere. Long
Cloth, Jsconet, MuU and Cross-bar Maslin, Melton
Cloth, Scotch Tweed.
Dozens Ladles' Whlto Hose, Gents' Bro. X Hese,
Checeile Scarfs, Suspenders, Neck Ties, Scarfs, Ladies'
aets Linen Culls and Collais, Moss Mattress, Aa
BY GEO. HUNEKEN.
Will be sold, THIS DAY, the 22d inst, before my Store,
No. 18 Vendue Range, at 10?; o'clock, the contents of
a FANCY STORE, ooneiatiig of a variety of articles,
PAINT BOXES, Gilt and SUvored Vest Challis, Steel
Pens, Mohair Watch Guards, Glazed Money Belts,
Ladies' Ela- tic ditto, Hair Brushes, Fancy Side and Baak
Combs, India Rubber and Ivory Combs, Snuff and To?
bacco Boxes, Belts with Butterflies, a great variety of
Buttons and Silk Cord, Wateifails, and other articles too
numerous to enumerate.
37 boxes CODFISH
boxes Chalk Pipes sud Pipe Heads
boxes Ginger and Ground Cuffee
SO dozen flue Tumblers and Beer Mugs
boxes Smoking Tobacco
dozens Rhino Winn
100 Deutsche Calendars (ISCfi)
boxes of Lemons
bbls. Scaled Codfish
1 Bagatelle Table, complete, and Sundries.
Conditions cash February VJ
furniture, Furniture, Furniture.
BY MACKEY ?fc BAKER.
We will sell, THIS DAY and TO-AOKBOW, at No. 06
Market-street at ll o'clock A. M.,
A GENERAL AS-SOr.TMENT OF FURNITURE, con
slstlng in part of Htgh and Low-pott Cottage Bedstead?,
Bureaus, Washstands, Tables. Assorted Cane and Woo?
Chairs, Counter and Letk Stools, Cottage Sets, ftc.
1 ONE-HORSE WAGON ANL HARNESS.
Furniture und Carriage.
BY McKAY <fc CAMPBELL,
Haecl-street, Next to Postofflce.
TO-MORROW, 2 Jd instant, will be sold at our Stores, at
1 CARRIAGE, nearly new.
Our usual variety of FC KN IT DRE, Crockery, ftc
Condition* cash. February 33
Estate Sale-By order of the Administrator.
BV GABBIEL DeWlTT.
Will be sold at tho Plantation of A. S*. Browning, six
miles from Summerville, near Bacon's Bridge Croea
Beads, on SATURDAY, the 21th instant, at ll o'clcsk
A lot of STOCK CATTLE
A lot of Hogs; two Machine Grist Mills
One Wind Fan ; one Straw Cutter
One Cotton Whipper
Farming Implements, &c.
About five thousand weight of SHORT COTTON, tn
Terms cash, and articles to be removed immediately
after sale. 3 February 23
Jiiec Pounding Steam Mill on North Santee Ricer.
BY COHEN, HANCKEL St CO.
Will be sold at Public Auction, on MONDAY, 30 th
February, 186C, at ll o'clock, at the north of the Ex?
A large RICE POUNDING STEAM MILL, situated en
the North Santee River, Georgetown District, 8. C., at a
di H tan oe of forty-eight (48) miles from Charleston, and
sixteen (16) miles from Georgetown, 8. C.
The Mill was in successful operation up to the com
meucement of the late war, and is capable of turning on
sixty-five (65) barrels of rice per day. There is suffi?
cient depth of water for steamers and schooners tc
come up and he alongside the MUI Wharf.
There are attached to the Mill Steam Elevators to take
the rice from ves se le and distribute it to all parts of the
Jilli, thur, saving the labor of thirty or forty hands.
There being no other Mill of a aimllar description on
the two (two) San tees, a toll on from 20,000 to 30, OM
barrels of rice a year may be obtained. ;
Terms cash.-Purchaser to pay for paper?. '?? *?'.
December 21 th .t
Valuable .Vea Island Cotton Plantation on James
Island, near the City
BY WILBUR AND SON.
To Kent or Plant on Shares, one of the finest plaees
ou James Island, consisting of 350 acres fine Colton
land, and convenient to the city,
l or terms, ac., apply to uaas above,
Ct'RN ER STATU AND CHALMEB8-8TREETS.
February 15 theta
FULLER & LEE,
Coi nmissdon Merchant.*
AGENTS FOR PLANTERS' SUPPLIES,
BEAUFORT, S. C"
A RE SOW PREPARED TO STOBE OR FORWARD
?\_ Gouda consigned to their care.
BOLKBT JUUXS FCLLKB.HUTSON Lia.
February '.'2 j0
KO Y AL HAVANA LOTTERY OP CUB?T
pox DUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
\J *m,0Q0 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SEVENTEEN
;. . -i,.,! ....i iiitnrmaHnn fu i-Ubed
'*?.. lilijMff?! A-1A.O JUC LtlultiHui? ui~l k*l fcV*U
Gold and Silver. TAYLOR it Ca, Bankers.
February 3 flrac No. IC ffall-alreot, New Yoril