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CHARLESTON DAILY NEW8....MARCR 30. 1866. [_ 5
The Daily News.
FRIDAY MORNING. 3ARCH 30, 1866.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IS THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATIOX IN THE CITY.
mW THE LIST OF1 LETTERS re
mainins in tho Fostoffioe at the end
ol each week is published officially
tn TTTTT. DAILY NEWS every Fri?
Toe following are the Agents for thia paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect
OoL J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, & 0.
T. M. TBIMMIER, Spartan Omeo, 8partanbnrg, S. 0.
3. T. DuSOIS, Marion.
0. & HABBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla.
PATBICE A HU VET, Macon, Georgia.
B. A. MCKNIGHT, Unionville.
J. B. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., S. 0.
JOSEPH H. SEARS, ?New South," Hilton Head.
W. a LANCE, Grahamville P. 0., Beaufort, a 0.
B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S, a
H. L. DABS, Sumter, a C.
THAD, a ANDREWS, Orangeburg, a 0.
J. T. HEBSHMAN, "Journal office," Camden, a a
1. M. BROWN, "Southerner office," Darlington, a 0.
M. M. QUINN k 3110., Augusta,
i. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DA VEGA. Agent in New Yore
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
has always the latest dates of the BAILY NEWS, aa he
does of all the other principal journals of the country.
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EXPRESS FAVORS.-The Southern Exprese Com
prny have onr thanks for late papers from Augus?
ts, and Atlanta.
GOOD FRIDAY.-This being Good Friday (a holi?
day for oar printers), no paper will be published
to-morrow. The next issue of the DAILY NEWS
will appear on Monday morning next.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. -It will be seen that
this Church will be reopened for divine service on j
next Sunday, when the Kev. E. T. WOJKLER, D.
D., will officiate in the morning and afternoon.
ECLIPSE OF THE Moos.-A total eclipse of the
moon takes place this evening, and is visible
throughout the American continent :
Beginning of the eclipse. 9h. 18m.
Middle of eclipse.Uh. 13m.
Bods. lb. 9m.
The total eclipse begins.lOh. 34m.
Siao of eclipse-17.04 digit;.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD_
In reference to this road, the Charlotte Times
says : "During a pleasant conversation, on Satur?
day morning, with Col. WM. JOHNSTON, we were
gratified to learn that the rebuilding of this road
was in rapid process of completion. The bridge
across the Catawba will be ready for the train to
pass over by the 10th of May, and the entire tract
relaid to Columbia-thns making our connection
with Charleston perfect,"
THE CENTRAL. RAILROAD.-Wo learn from a gen?
tleman who obtained his information from Ooh
W. M. WADLEY, President of the above road, that
by the first of April there will remain incomplete
only forty-four miles of the Central Road; and
that by the first of Jane the entire line will be
ready for the passage of trains from Savannah to
Macon. Great credit is due that prince of rail?
road men, Col. WASLEY, for the energy he has dis?
played in bringing order oat of chaos, and the
traveling public will not be slow in awarding it to j
him while being spirited over that admirable line j
LAUNCH OF A 8TEAMEB.-A superior light draught j
e te amer, intended for the river trade, was launched j
yesterday afternoon, from the ship yard at Rail
road Accommodation Wharf. She has been built
by Mr. F. M. JONE a, for Messrs. JOHN FERGUSON
and Captain MANSFIELD. The latter was for many j
yeara engaged in the trade on the Peedee River,
and is well known, and will take command of the
new boat, which is to bo known as the Marion.
Sho was launched with her machinery, and only
drew fifteen inches of water. The joiners' work
was executed by JAMES JONES. Machinery by
JOHN F. TAYLOR and W. S. HENEKY. The Marion
measures one hundred and forty feet on deck,
twenty-two feet beam, and six feet hold, and is
considered one of the beet boats ever built here.
REAL ESTATE.-We give below the result of the
sales of Real Estate offered yesterday as announ?
ced. It will bo perceived that the prices are, for j
the moat part, well np to the old standard, while
in some instances they exceeded the figures which
ruled prior to the war.
Messrs. JOHN S. R?aos &. Co. sold:
Lot on Queen street, few doors west of King, measuring I
18 feet by GC feet la depth-$1050.
Lot on southeast corner of Chapel and Aleiander s tree ts
93 feet by 119-$1905.
Two and a half story wooden residence No. 43 Pitt |
street near Calhoun, with lot 40 feet by 260- $4750.
Two story wooden residence, No. 303 Meeting street,
north of Columbus with lot 31 leet by 105-$1790.
Farm of four areB on Edisto Island, with good dwelling
containing seven room?-$1100.
Lot on uurth aide of Queon ?treat, No. 62, fourth lot
oast of Meeting, near tue Milla H.-use, 30 feet by 150
Messrs. NATHAN & OTTOLENODI sold:
Lot on Meeting street, second lot south of sito of Thea?
tre, 32 feet by HO-$56(10.
Lot adjoining same, 31 by 140- $5100.
Messrs. BOWEUS k SILCOX sold:
House with four rooms, comer Morris and Coming ats
with lot 30 by SO-$1225. * i
House with four roi?. ?, No. 3 Sires street, between I
Spring and Bogard. with lot 30 by 80-$870
House in Ptrcy street, with six rooms, lot 40 by 100 feet
House No. 51 Spring street, four large rooms, withat
tlCB, Ac., lot BO by 175-$4925.
Mel?is. MILLIGAN, MELCRERS &. Co. sold:
Two story wooden house in 8t Phi<ip street, between
Spring and Cannon, four rooina, lot 40 by 64-$1700.
Two ?tory wooden dwelling. No 6 CbJnqncpen street
next to Spring, four rooms and kitchen, lot 40 by 100
Lot adjoining above, 40 bv 100- $330.
THE Eastern South Carolina Journal has a dolo?
rous account of a robbory committed, on 8anday
night last, by some person or persons unknown.
The ?aid person or persons having feloniously on
tered the office of the above named paper and
then and there abstracted- a compoaiog stick.
THE ANDERSON Appeal is a new paper, published
at Anderson Court House ia this State; Messrs.
W. E. WALTERS and W. W. HUMPHREY, Editors.
It presents indications of being a vory ably-edited
ana well-conducted journal. The Appeal has oui
hearty welcome, and best wishes for its pros
YOUTHFUL COUPLE.-The LaorcnsviUe lierait
says that a marriage recently took place in Lau
rons District, in this State, between a bridegroon
aged 83 years, and a bride of 55. The ministei
officiating was 85. The affair was a runawaj
match-the parents ot the bride having refus?e
their consent to their young daughter's makins
80 nnequal a match.
PBOTOST COUBT.-Bonjamin Gadndcn, colored
and Aleo Waring, colorod.-Theft.-Grt
GIBBS testified that tbe defendant took down
shutters of tho window to his house, and bavin
entorod it stole two new ehirts, ono pair of draw
ors >*nd a musket. Witness recognized ono of hil
si. i on the defendant Waring. Thc Court founc
Benjamin Gadsden not guilty, and sentenced Aleo
Waring to pay a fine of $30 or be imprisoned
There were soveral other cases before the Court
I but no prosecutors or witnet ses appearing,
I defendants were discharged.
MATOB'B CODBT.-A man whe had stored burnl
' cotton on hie premises, against the city ordinance
was fined $50 very properly.
The lady, whose house in Elliott street took fire
on Wednesday night, was brought to the Guard
House, just as the flames had been extinguished
decidedly inebriated, and for loudly expressing
strong desire to pitch into some male friend, who
had saved nothing for her but a bottle of whiskey
with the whiskey out. She stated that it was
pint with her never to drink unless she was
trouble, and that she was in great trouble on that
night when ehe WEB burnt out. The Mayor kind
ly fined her $3, with an intimation that if she
didn't take care of herself che would soon
burnt out in another way.
A sailor, who had arrived in the city after the
j hotels were closed, took a bed in the market, but
finding the room he selected rather damp, was
prevailed upon by one of the "purleeee" to chang
his quarters to the Guard House, where he slept
until woke up by the Mayor, to whom he returned
thanks for the elegant manner in which he had
A man who had given a ball without a license
at Temperance Hall, at which persons of bad re
pute were in attendance, was fined $100, which
certainly was a decided "trip'' to "the light fan
Another virtuous gentleman, who was selling
liquor at the Temperance Hall, by way of promo
I ting agreeability in the above "gay and festive
! scene," was also fined $100, which, we suppose
will leave him but a small profit on the money he
I invested in that kind of alcoholics always known
! ae "the best."
An old customer, with nearly all his features
I destroyed but his month, was again brought
I drunk, and sentenced to $10 fine, which he will
take out in wheat and water. We are in hopes
that he will bo better bred when he comos out.
BETCBNINO HOME_The valuable collections
the Mus cum of the College of Charleston, which
was removed into tho interior of the State during
the war, we are glad to see are arriving by rail
road in detachments. We hope soon to hear that
the Museum is again all right and ready to re
Dr. B. W. GIBBES, .SB., of Columbia, we loam
I from the Phoenix, is at the lalo of Pines, where he
intends settling with his family. Dr. GIBBEH has
been spending the winter in Cuba.
L. BUKCCB 4 Sox will sell, this day, at No. 60C King
street, at 10 o'clock, IS htad ol' prime mules, 6 saddle
and draft horsoi, and a buggy and spring wagon.
FOB Coorin RIVER.-It will ta seen by an advertise
went; that thc steamers Louisa wi Fannie will com
I menee their regular trips up Cooper River, touching at
all the different landings. Those little boats are fast
of light draft, and well adapted to the river trade, offer,
lng a One opportunity to persons visiting their planta
tions and business or pleasure.
HAY AND CORN.-AU who own horses that eat hay
! corn, bran or oats, or who themselves are fond of black
eye peas and white beans, bad better take a look at the
I advertisement of Messrs. JOHN N. TIDEHAN & Co.
I whsro they will learn something to their advantage. A
sore way to purchase th es o articles cheaply is to buy
them from Messrs. TIDEMAN A Co., who have them
OLNEY A Co.-This firm advertises as now landing
100 barrels of potatoes, which wc are Batlsflod they will
sell as cheap,.and will provo to be in as fine condition
as can be obtained elsewhere. They are also now re.
coi ving a fine lot of Eastern hay, as well as a large quan?
tity of lime, lathes a; J plaster, articles much needed at
the present time, ai a which they will dispose of, as they
do with everything '.hey have, on the most reasonable
CLARK & Qnmir.K, at tho old stand of N. M. POBTEB,
still keep up the enviable reputation of the former es?
tablishment in the quality and extensiveness of their
stock. A reference tn their advertisements to day will
convince families, who wl6h to gtt the best, at low
rates, that this ?6 the store to ell st.
GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE.-All who are desirous of
purchasing groceries at lowest wholesale prices, would
consult their own interest by referring to tho advertise?
ment of Messrs. Oso. W. WILLIAMS St Co. These gen?
tlemen always have on hand a completo stock of groce?
ries, Ac, ef best quality, and at mott reasonable rates.
They advertiio large quantities of Liverpool Salt; also
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Bagging, Powder, Shot, Ac.
Call and supply yourselves.
ANT 05E desirous of Boeing a Safe that is safe sure
enough, ca;i be gratified by going to Mr. JOSEPH
WALKER'S establishment, corner Meeting and Market
streets. There every style of HESIUNG'S world-renown?
ed burglar-proof safes can bc inspected. Mr. WALKER
is a very polite gentleman, and will point ont thc excel?
lencies of these cash-keepers to all intorestcd ia such
matters. A very superior specimen of Bank Safe of the
same mako can be seen at the Charleston Savings'
Bank, in Church-street, near Broad; but Mr. GRIGGS
will, of course, not show it to any one, unless satisfied
of his motives and intentions. The locks are maator
ploros of mechanical ingenuity, and may reasonably be
KING St CAKSISEY, the pooular Southern Drug HoiiPe,
in their advertisement to-day, offer two very desirable
artlclos, that no one should be without CITRATE OF
MAGNESIA is tho best possible medicine that can be used
at this season. The Preparation ot Iron and Bark had
only to be introduced to tbo medical world, when lt at
onco took possession of the whole market to the exclu?
sion almost of every other tonia
These medicines here mentioned are regular prepara?
tions, acknowledged by the entire medical profession;
not depondeut upon certificates and factitious praise.
Tho trade should procure them at once.
ITS HARD BUT ITS EASY.-Hard to escape breathing
into the system the poisonous malaria that joyouB spring
bringa In its train, and which lurks like a deadly serpent
in this paradise of seasons. But lt ?B easy to neutralize
this poison-remove this deadly serpent's sting, and
avert the consequences-sickness and doath-by a time?
ly use of PINKERTON'S WAHOO and CALISAYA Brrrmis.
Thoy never foi to do it. P. C. KERRIGAN, NO. 80 Mar
ket-Btruet, solo agent for Charleston. t3
POT THE QUESTION generally to your friends, as to
what preparation they use for their teeth, aod the re?
sponse, nino times out of ten, will be, SOZODONT. 'Tis
no longer necessary to imprtes its merits ?pon tho pub
lie mind; experience has taught tbs world that, as a
means of beautifying and preserving the teeth, invigo
rating the gums, and tiring a pleasant aroma to the
breath, lt has no rival in either hemisphere. J3
LUXURIANT AND SILKY rXars.-Mrs. a A. ALLEN'S
World's Hair Restorer and ZjlobaUamum, or Hair
Dressing, act upon tho hair as does the dew upon the
flowers. They are easily applied ; thoy diopose tho hair
to remain in say desired position; by their ase the hair
becomes soft and ellkj. Persons using these prepara?
tions will preserve their hair through Ufa Every drug,
gist sells them. ;E
MG ll SCHMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER. IIAVrNG JUST RETURNED
from the North, takm thia method of informing
iberubliu that tie ia receiving a iull assortment of
3LOTHit, CA8-S:MEUES, COATING8 AND VE8TINGS
.A tho best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
? Spring and Bummer wear.
These gooda having been purchased recently, and at
cory low agu es, nersons wishing anything in my line
grill Qnd it to their advantage to give mo a cati, as I have
;ho most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
nake them up in the very best st}le at Edgerton A
Richards' old stand, No. 32 Broad-street
March 30_J. fl. PBTLUP3.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS,
KAYNE AND MEETING STREETS,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A LARGE AND
handsome assortment of SPRING CLOTHING, of
the latest and most desirable styles, to which he Invites
the attention of buyers both from the interior and city.
Believing that the Goods wUl suit the market not only
Ln quality and style but also in price, he respectfully so?
licits sn examination of his stock before purchasing
elsewhere. w. A. LUDLOW.
GEO. F. RANKIN will be happy to see his friends at
the above establishment The office of WALDRON,
EGLESTON et CO. will be found at the same place.
WHOLESALE AN? RETAIL HEALER IS
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Trnnks, Valises, Etc.,
No. 233 KING-STREET,
NEAR THE CORNER OF MARKET-ST.,
IN THE AUGER BUILDING.
WE TAKE THIS METHOD TO INFORM OUR
friends and the public generally, that we will
open, on Tues 'ay, 30th March; a large and well selected
stock of Spring Goods, comprising a large assortment o
CLOTHING, of the latest styles, and GENTLEMEN'8
FURNISHING GOODS OK EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Parties will find it to their advantage to wait for thia
stock before purchasing elsewhere,
Mr. M. W18EBEHG, Ute of Washington, Ark., and
Mr. B. STEENBOCK, Jate of Ben Antonio, Texas, are to
be found at this establishment.
No. 219 KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET.
NOW OPENED, AND RECEIVING WEEKLY FEB
Steamors. a choice selection of SPRING AND BUM?
MER CLOTHING OF ALL GRADES. The garments of.
fered are thoroughly mado, and equal in all respects to
custom work. Special attention is Invited to the stock
BOBIN ESS SUITS
8ACK8 AND SAOKTEE8
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING (to suit all agis'
GENTLEMEN'8 FURNISHING GOODS (In great vs
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT supplied with a
fine line of CLOTHS, 0AS8IMEBE8 and COATINGS,
suitable for the season.
Oapt B. W. McTDREOUS takes charge of the BALKS
DEPARTMENT, and will be happy to ice his friends
and supply them aa " ere t of ore.
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent.
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSUR]T~
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FOR THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND SALE OF
Cotton, Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE NO. 23 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 27 tuths9 tusSmo
FRIGID CREAM SODA
ll MARBLE FOUNTAIN,
WITH A VARIETY OF THE BEST AND MOST
]STo. Q49 King-st.
ALSO. TUE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES
TO BE POUND IN THE CITY.
JONES & DUBENDORFF,
Ko. 240 EING-3T.. CHARLESTON, 8. C. (INTHEBEND)
March 28 _wa
ill experienced Nurse nutl Female Physician,
Prosenii to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDBEN TEETHING,
Which greatly facil?tame the process of Teething, by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammations, will
allay ALT, PAIN and spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
Relief and Health to Tour Infants,
We have put up and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what wt
have never boen able to say of ?-? other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED TN A SINGLE INSTANCE T
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did W
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wh
used it On the conirary, aU are deUghtfd with its ope?
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of it*
magical effects and modical virtues. We speak in thii
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe?
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL?
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almost
every instance where the infant ie sufforlng from pair
and exhaustion, roliuf will be found ta fifteen or twentj
minutes aftor tho syrup is administered.
Full directions for using w?l accompany each bottle
None genuine nnlo6s the fae simile of OURTIS et PEB
KINS, New York, la on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 35 Cents per Bottle.
For sale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
February 22 Omo Charleston.
THE STANDARD MANURE.
AFULL SUPPLY RECEIVED-ORDERS FILLED
at the shortest notice. Aa a Manure for Cotton it
ia unsurpassed, having been tried for years In the
Southern country with entire satisfaction.
Applied 200 to the acre in the hill, drill or under the
list, and aa EFFECTIVELY ON THE 8FRFA0E AFTER
PLANTING, giving a longer time for its application.
PB3CE- $62.50 cash; $66 time-Factor's acceptances
or approved endorsed notes, payable 15th November to
1st December, out of the next crop.
RHODES' LAND PLASTER.
200 BARRELS WARRANTED PURE GYPSUM.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
EXCHANGE-STREET, BACK OF OLD FO8TOFFI0E.
GRUBBING, BICE AND TRENCHING HOE8
HAMES. 1RACE CHAINS
SCYTHE BLADES, HORSE NAILS
OVEN8 AND COVERS, POTS AND SPIDERS
NO. 10 PLOUGHS
CUT SPIKES, from 4 to 6 inches
POWDER AND SHOT
A large assortment of Fish Hooks, Lines and Gilling
Thread, for aale at wholesale and retail, by
SAMUEL B. MARSHALL,
No. 310 King-street,
March 30 fm2 Third door below Society-street
Hoes. Scythes, &c.
JUST BECETVED BY BARK 8. MORTON, FROM
Liverpool, the following Goods, which we offer low
for cash by the package :
BRADE'S CORN HOE9. OOO to 1
Gram, GrasB and Brit r Scythes
Brade's 0. S. Brick Trowels
COUBTNEY, TENNENT A CO.
March 80_e_No. 36 Hayne-street
By MILES DRAKE.
JUST RECEIVED, BY STEAMER ANDALUSIA,
a fine assortment of HARNESS, which I wiB seU at
private sale, in quantities to snit purchasers.
100 SETS TEAM HARNESS
106 COI LARS
16 COVERED WAGON SADDLES
31 pair HAMES
25 pair DOUBLE DEIYING REINS.
FOR SALK BY
KING- & CASSIDEY,
NO. 161 MEETING.STREET,
March 30 CHARLESTON, a O._f*_
IA NE WAND ELEGANT ARTICLE
FOR THE SKIN,
FOR THE INSTANTANEOUS REMOVAL OF ALL
' Pimples, Blotches, Wrinkles, Freckles, Worm Spots, Pit
Marks, Blemishes, Tan, Redness of the Skin, Chapped
Skin. It will cure Tetter and Ringworm, and re*
move all 'Eruptions of the Skin, tending to mar th?
beauty and bloom of the face. It renders the skin soft
and fair, and restores the natural freshness and roseate
hue of the complexion, so attractive in women.
For sale by Druggists everywhere.
JOHN M MABIE A CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia, Pa,
FISHER A HKINIT8H,
March 27 6 Columbia, 8 C.
GILLIOT & SON'S
BIRMINGHAM, LONDON, NEW YORK.
AND No. 45 HAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFER A LARGE AND WELI
X SELECTED STOCK OF STEEL PEN8 of tho above
Manufacturer's make. E. J. DAWSON ft CO.,
Booksellers and Stationers, No. 45 Hayne st
March 27 tuthslS
THE AIKEN HOTEL
rjpHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING OPENED THE ABOVI
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE Ol
the traveling public.
H. SMYSER, Proprietor.
Aiken, 8. C., March 26 tuths March 29
WEBB & SAGE
HAVING RESUMED THEIR OLD BUSINESS AS
HAVE OPENED THEIR STORE AT
No. 5 Havne-street,
Next door to Messrs. Geo. W. Willknis & Co,
rEY ARE NOW RECEIVING STOCK, AND ARI
prepared to sell by the crate, or to repack goods a
the lowest market prices.
Feeling confident the advantages of their long expo
rionce as direct importers will benefit purchasers, thej
aak a renewal of the patronage of their former friend!
and of the public
WEBB & SAGE,
No. 5 HAYNE-STREET,
NEXT DOOR TO MESSRS. GEO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.
January >_ws 3rao
A BAPTIST WEEKLY PAPER TO BE PUBLISHEL
AT ORANG Efl URO, S. C
THE SUBSCRIBERS PROPOSE TO COMMENCE, 15
tho carly part of June, the publication of a BAP?
TIST WEEKLY, to bo called "THE CAROLINA EVAN
In addition to articles and items of a denominational
character.it ls designed that it shall contain readinc
matter of general interest
It will equal in sizo tho "Confederate Baptist" flatoly
published m Columbia), and will be enlarged lithe
subscription list should bo sufficiently Increased to war?
rant the chango, lt will bo printed on good paper and
in clear typo. r "
Subscription price THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
Tb5or.ifH.mare iavorab'e to the publication of thc
EVANGELIST, will please endeavor to obtain Subscrip?
tions, and forward names of 8ubBoribers, with theil
Postofflces, to Orangeburg, 8. C., addressing cl her ol
the undersigned. B. W. WHILDEN,
Fastor of Orangeburg Baptist Church.
THAD. O. ANDREW8,
Publisher of The Carolina Times.
Uaroh 16 fg
House and I^otfor Sale.
At Private Bale
In Columbus^treci.north aide, between Meeting and
King-streets. HODBE 2 stories hlqb. LOT measnrmB
110 Peet d^p and 33 feet front. TWl desirableTe?c?
will be sold for $2500 cash, by uo?raoie residence
*?",.,>, T o-MCBRIDE SMITH,
M*rch8?_Ro. 27 Broad-street.
Plantation for Sale
At Private 8sle
This VALUABLE PLACE is sitmtcd 22 miles from
Charleston, on the Northeastern Railroad. Tract inn
aists of 750 acres, of which 00 or 70 acres axe cleared
Cotton Land ready for planting. Gin-houseandGin and
everything necessary for planting-has never been aban
doned. Dwelling, outbuildings, and negro houses In
good repair. Corn Mill worked by horse power.
Terms cheap for cash.
Apply to o. MCBRIDE SMITH,
March 30_No 27 Broad-street.
At Private Sale-Cheap for Cash.
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
1 COOKING STOVE, furnished complete, Including tin
flooring and chirr ney piece
1 Office Stove, with fixtures
1 Cottage bedstead
4 Office Chalis
10 Cane-bottom Chairs.
Apply as abo/e, at So. 27 BROAD-STREET,
1,522 Acres Heavily Timbered Traci of lAind.
BY WILBUR & SOR.
At Private Sale
AU that valuable TRACT OP LAND, containing 1,522
acres, (fine site for a saw mill), situate on the Eastern
Branch of Cooper River, two and a ha f miles from
Hn?bes" Bridge, at which place there is a public landing
and good water course.
A TRACT adjoining the above, of 1,080 acres.
Plata of the above can be. seen at oar office. For
terms and particulars apply to us. ss above.
CORNER OF STATE AND OHALMER8-8TREET.
Will be sold very low If applied for at once.
March 30 fmw4
Valuable Farm near the City, wi?i Comfortable
BY WILBUR di SON.
At Private Sale
All that VALUARLE FARM, situated five miles from
the city, 800 yards from Plank Road, containing 49 acres,
about 3'Jacres of which la cleared and ready ior cultivation.
On the Farm there is a comfortable two story DWELLING,
Servants' Houses, and aU necessary out-buildlnga. With
the Farm wlU be sold all the Implements required on
the place, vir: Horse, Corn-mill, and two Stone Mil's;
Wagon, Cart, Ploughs, Harrows. Cultivators, Hoes,
Harness, Ac. Plenty of labor on the place, which ls
now being planted with Sea Island cotton. Would
make one of the finest vegetable farms near the city.
For terms and particulars, apply to us, as above,
CORNER 8TATE AND CHALMERS-STREETS.
Will be sold very low if applied for at once.
March 30 fmw3
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
For Sale or Rent
The RESIDENCE No. 33 MEETING STREET, con?
taining ten upright Rooms, Pantry, and ample accom?
modations for servants, horses and carrltgee. Lot
about 45 feet front by about 200 feet deep.
Apply at No. 23 BROAD STREET.
March 28 wfm3
Heal Estate in Western Part of City.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
TWO LoTS OF LAND, situate in Council-street, eaoa
measuring to feet front, by 1S8 feet deep, more or less.
A WATER LOT, opposite the above.
Apply at No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
March ?fl mwfS
Brick Dwelling for Sale.
BY H. H. DeL.-ON.
AU that THREE-8T0BY BRICE DWELLING in Green
street, known as No. 4, opposite Charleston College,
containing seven square Booms, Pantry, Double Piazzas,
private stairway, with two-story Kitchen, Carriage
House, Cistern, Gas, Ac Thia House ia in one of the
best locations in the city, and, being near Klug street,
should command attention. Lot ls high and dry, M
feet front, and 162 feet deep.
For terms, bc, opply at No. 22 BROAD STREET.
March 28 wfm
One of the Finest Besidences in the City on South
BY P. J. PORCHER.
At Private Sale
That THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING, No. 2 South
Battery, containing twelve rooms. The Lot measures
eighty feet on Booth Bay, by three hundred feet in
depth. On the premises are all the necessary buildings
for the accommodation of servants and horses.
Apply as above, at
SOOTH WESTERN BAILBOAD BANK,
March 28 wfm6 Broad-street,
First-class Sea Island Cotton Plantation on John's
At Private Sale
That eligibly situated COTTON PLANTATION on
John's Island, within a half mUe of the Btono Elver,
known as the Capes, The land ls ot the best quality for
Cotton and Provisions; 260 acres cleared, and the
balance, about 460 acres, in wood and timber. Will he
sold reasonable if appUed for at once. Apply to
CLIFFORD b MATHEWES,
March 21 wini6 No. SIX Broad-Btreet
A Fine Cltance to Purchase a Church in Good
Condition, with Large Lol.
BY HOWERS dc SILCOX.
WlU be sold at Private Sale
That eUgable and well located CHURCH in Morrl?
street, between st. Philip and King-streets, on the
South side, called the Zion's Evangelical Lathens
Church. The building ls forty-five (46) feet wide bj
fifty (60) feet long, with neat pews, one slde-gaUery and
front choir-gall cry, on brick pillars about three or three
and a half feet high, and a wide portico in front, the
entire width of the Church. Lot measuring eighty
(80) feet wide by two hundred (200) feet deep.
This C__rch wUl be disposed of on account of th
union of the above congregation with the Protestan
Methodist, now called the Wentworth-street Lutherar
Church. For further particulars apply os above, at
No. 127 MEETING-STREET,
Opposite the Market
MISS J. R. CURTIS HAS OPENED A SCHOOL IN
the "Primary Basement Boom" of the Public
School, fit. Philip-street for the instruction of children
of both eoxes, and solicits a share of patronage from
her friends and tho public generally.
REFERENCES.-Rev, Wm. Curtis, D. D., Principal
Limo-tone Institute; Dr. Shier, Mr. Jas. Robinson.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. .
MRS. JOHN LAURENS, ASSISTED BY REV. W.
B. W. HOWE, will open on First Monday in April,
a BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, at No. 13 Coming,
street English, French, and Latin will be taught; also
Music if deslrod. March 97
MISS. MAGGIE McNELTV
WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION IN VOCAL AND IN?
STRUMENTAL MUSIC. For particulars in
quiro at her residence, No. 04 Wentworth-street
RFFEHENOEB,-Professor Thos. P. O'Neale, Dr. A
Fitch. Fobrnary 12
OK. T. RKEIVSTJEKIV A,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. NO. 100 BROAD
N. B.-Diseases ol a private nature oured with dis?
EDISTO AND ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY.
OFFICE EDISTO b ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY, 1
CQAULESTON, 8. O, March 16,1866. J
BY ACT OP THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED AT ITS
last seddon, tho EDISTO AND AUHLEY CANAL
COMPANY received permission to increase their capital
from Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,000) Dollars to Three
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars, lu Shares of One
Hundred ($100) Dollars cich.
The public aro hereby informed that the books, for
BUbscripUoa to the additional Stock, will be open from
9 A. M. to 2 P. M. daily, at the office of Messrs. JOHN
8. RIGGS A CO., corner Broad-street and East Bay. Tho
Stock subscribed for to be paid for by a monthly insto!
ment of of Five ($5) Dollars on each and overv Share.
?T. RAVEN EL MAOBETH,
8ecretrry and Treasurer.
P. S. "Carolina Times" copy and send blU to this
office. March 19
_V. 8. TAX NOTICE,
rnHE UNITED 8TATES DIRECT-TAX COMMISSION
X ERS for the District of South Carolina, herebj
give notice that the Tax Rolls of the following Districts
and Parishes in the State aforesaid, to wit : Williams,
burgh District, Christ Church Parish, St George's (Dor
chester) Parish, St. Stophen's Parish, and St James'
Santee Parish, are completed, and that the Taxes may
be paid on the lands and lots therein, for sixty dayl
from this date, at their Office in the City of Charleston,
WM. HENRY BRISBANE, ) U. 8. Direct-Tax
W. E. WORDING, J Ccmmleaioneri
WILLIS DRUMMOND, J fo .Carolina.
Dated at Charleston, 8. C., thia sixth day February,
tr ClBce, No. 2u BROAD-STREET, rear of Law Range.
TUB DARLINGTON SOUTHERNER.
THE SOUTHERNER IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY
every FRIDAY MORNING, at Darlington Court
House. 8. C., by JAMES M. BROWN, and Edited by B
W. BO ? D, Esq. It has Just commenced Its 6EVENTH
VOLUME under very flattering auspices. It ls a large
sbeot, ls printed on the best of paper, and the publisher
la determined to spare neither labor nor expense in
malting it worthy of the largest patronage Having a
good and rapidly growing circulation among the Plant?
ers and Merchants of Darlington District, and o i th
Pee Dee country .Rollers strong inducements to C
Merchants and others der.irous ol making them se
Knowu tiiroush th* mo-linn: ol advertisements.
Li. BUNCH <fc -UN
Ol sell THIS BAT. the 30th .nsf., st bih*-ps*t
o'clock, No. MG Klee street, without reserve, .
13 head of primo } ODNG MOLES, singly br m pair
3 Saddle and Draft Horses.
ALSO . .'? : - ,.
1 BUGGY AND SPRING WAGON. 1 *
Unltmltod articles received up to hour of sale..
March SO 2*
Hay! Hay! Hay!
BY PI A C'li KY & BAKER,
re will seu, in front of our Sales Boom. No. 66 Marke *>
street, on MONDAY, 2d April, at lo o'clock A U
One hundred bales of HAY, for and on account of a 1
hom lt may COB cern_? March 30
Furniture! Furniture! Furniture!
BY MACKS 1 <b BAKER.
7e wlU sell at our Sales Boom, No. 66 Market-street aa
MONDAY. 2d April, at 10 o'clock A. M .
Oct large MAHOGANY BEDSTEAD
One lot of Bpring 8eat Mahogany Chairs.
Other necond-hand PUEN ITU BE, Ac, Ac
Tust arrived- New Furniture and Cooking Stove*,
?r. xii 5Y MACKEY & BAKER. 3
?J.xrte? at onr ?Jes room, No. 66 Market street,
o?lock* 8treet' ?n M0NDAY? M APr:L at 1
A large and varied assortment of FURNITURE.
" coKSMTrsa rs PAM OF:
COTTAGE SETS, Bedsteads
Chairs ol all kinda, Sideboards, Tables.
3TOVE8 ?f thC tt0,t ,I,proved ?W*? of COOKIN?
Terms cash_March 30
Gtttatoot?! Sale of 700 lois Zh-y Goods, Hats, Strom
Goods, Boots, Shoe*. Notions, <fcc.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
_." " Next Postofflcc, Hasel-street,
Will sell, at auction (by catalogue), on TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY, April 3d and 4th, sale commends*
each day at 10 o'clock,
DB ESS GOODS-Silks. Ginghams, Calicoes, Ac, Ac
DOMESTICS.-Long Cloth, Stripes, Brown Home?
spuns, Aa. Ac.
PANT STUFFS.-Cottonades, Gambroons, Barine
LINENS.-Brown Drill, Ducks, Sheeting, Damask
WHITE 60ODS-Nainsook, Jaconets, Swiss aa
HANDKERCHIEFS.-Silk, Linen Cambric, Imitation
Bilk, Madder, Moalie, Colored Bordered and Head
Handkerchiefs, ali sizes and colors.
HATS.-Felt, Wool Leghorn, Straw and Palm Lea
trimmed and untrimmed.
CLOTBING AND TAILORS' G00D3.-Coats, Pants
Vests, Overcoats and ir h tm, Cloths, Canvass, Holl ands
BOOTS AND SHOES.-Ladles', Men's and Children,
NOTIONS, ?a-Spool Cotton, Pocketbooks, Flax
Thread, Gloves, Pine. Hooks and Eyes, Battons, Soap
Perfumery, Cutlery, Jewelry, Ac
SW Catalogues and samples Monday afternoon.
Government Sale of Machinery, Steam Boilers
?c.j the remains of a Sato HUI.
BY "WILLIAM GURNEY, Auctioneer.
WU1 be sold, at public auction, at Nc 102 East Bay
Charleston, 8. C., on WEDNESDAY, April Uti, at L
THE FOLLOWING CAPTURED PROPERTY:
Three STEAM BOILERS, about 21 fact by 30 inches
One large Fly Wheel
And other parts of Machinery, more or less injured
by fire, being the remains of a saw aili, built by tho
so-called Confederate States. This property is to bo
sold where it now hes, within a few yards of the Fifteen
Milo Post on the Dorchester Road, os Dr. E. E. Baker's
plantation, fifteen miles from Charleston.
Terms-Cash, in Go venn en t currency, to be paid ta ?
mediately on ooselusion of sale.
By order of the
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T. C. CALLI COT, Surperviiing Special Agent, U. 8,
Treasury Department_March 27
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY*
Wilkinson vs. Wilkinson.
WBl be sold, under the direction of the undersigned, jp
front of the Old Custom House in this cit v, on TUES?
DAY, the 17th April, 18?fi, at ll o'clock A. M.,
AU those TWO LOTS OF LAND, with the BUILD?
INGS AND IMPROVEMENTS thereon, situate "os
Charleston Neck," m?aaorlna- in front on Coming-street
seventy-nine (79) feet six (6) inches, more or less, and ta
depth each lot three hundred (300) feet, more or less,
and known by the numbers 165 and 167 os Coming
AU those TWO LOTS OF LAND, with the BUILD?
INGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, situate la
Jasper's Court, "on Charleston Neck," known in a pisa
of survey of the Merris Lands, made by Robert X.
Payne, Survey r, as numbers 27 and 28. measuring
each in front thirty-six (36) feet and in depth one hun?
dred and t f cn ty (120) feet Bounding t n the north by
lot No. 99; on the east partly by land of George Walket,
and partly by land of Ly cue Fenwick; rn tho south by
lot No. 20, and to the west on Jasper's Corri, which
said lots are now known by the numbers 20 nd 34 on
said Jasper's Court
AD that LOT OF LAND in America-street known In tho
plat of lands prepared by Robert IL Payne for John E.
Thee, and purchased by biT from James English, by tbs
letter D, No. 4; bounding to the east on Am erica-street,
and measuring In front thereon forty (10) feet more or
less; on the south by lot No. 3, letter O, one hundred
(100) feet; on the north on lot O, No. 6, one hundred (100
feet; and on the west forty (40) feet, more or lesa.
Terms.-One-fourth cash ; the ba'ance in Ont, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage; the build?
ings to be insured and the policies assigned. Purchatv
ers to pay for pipers. JAMES TUPPER,
TIN WARE,ROOFING, GUTTERING, kc
E. A.. HOYE,
SUCCESSOR TO THE LATE N. A. ROYE,
HAVING BESUMED BUSINESS, AT NO. 19 QUEEN
STREET, would respectfully inform his custom
I ers and the public in general, that he la prepaied to do
aU work, auch as ROOFING, GUTTERING, Ac A ll
kinds of ordered work promptly attended to. AU coun
? try orders filled at short notice, and at low rates. Aa
assortment of TIN WARE always kept on hand.
E. A. ROYE, No. 19 Queen-street .1
March 20 tnf4?_West of State-street
KNIGHT k VOGT INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
that they carry on thc TIN, and SHEET IRON,
and SHIP JOBBING BU81NESS, at No. 28 State street,
where they aro p.epared and ready to attend to all or?
ders in their line. Roofing and Guttering promptly
attended to. THOMAS KNIGHT,
March 27 tnthflC*_FREDERICK VOGT.
JOHN 6. MLNOR & CO,
No. 135 Meeting-street,
Charleston, S. C.,
TTTTLL BESOME TH ETE OLD BUSINESS, AH S
I would solicit consignments of MERCHANDISE of all fi
soriptions, either for Public or Private Sols.
HW Particular attention paid to ali out-door sales.
January 30 Brno*
THE PATENT BOOT AND SHOE*
WOODEN SOLE AND HEEL
WILL OUTWEAR THREE PAIR OF THE OLD
style Once wem/ yon will never boy any other.
Particularly adapted to the Laboring Classes.
MANOTACTUBBD BT ._..?
THE UNION BOOT AND 8HOB COMPANY,
No. 38 Dey-street. New ?ort.
January _v1m3m0 .
Washers & Screws.
5o. 8G Liberty street, New Torfe,
HAVE ON HAND ALL SS?J^B^?AS
BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS AND 8CBEW8. Also,
RAILROAD AND MACHINISTS TOOLS AND SUP.
PLIES. stuth ?mo October 29