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The Daily News.
SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 7, 1866.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
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o? eaoh wfo^hc is pur>lisfae<l orfcioially
tn XI-TJEC DAILY NEWS every Eri?
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TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers,
Columbia, S. 0.
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J. T. DoBOIB, Marion.
0. 6. HARRY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla.
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W. & LANCE, Gre ham ville P. 0., Beaufort, & C.
& F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, C.
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V. M. QUINN & BRO.. Augusta,
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ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in New Tort
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
oas always the latest dates cf the DAILY Nrws, as he
floes of all the other principal Journals of the country.
- SEE SJSCOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?
WE ARE indebted to Messrs. QUINN Baos, for late
copies of tho New York dallies. The latest papers can
alwaysbe bad at QUINN'S.
"THE YEOMAN," unavoidably delayed by the Are of
Thursday morning, hopes and expects to appear on
T.iesday morning, 10th inst
SOUTH OAP. OLIN A RA imo AD. -By a notice of thc
General Superintendent of this Rood, it wu. ><e seen that
freigrt for Augus'a and stations along the road, will bc
received on and after Monday, the 91b inst.
QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT,-Captain H CU) EN
hiving been reliovod. Captain D. R. Huxr has been
again assigned to the position of Depot Quartermaster
lu this Department Lieut HENRY HAOCNS bas charge
of the Land Transportation Dopartme'
CONFEDERATE MEDICAL STATISTICS.-We are glad to
learn from a paragraph, which will be seen in our NEWE
8 UM M A HY to-day, that tho Statistics and Reports, com?
piled in the Surgeon-General's office at Richmond, have
not been lost, as we had supposed. Tho Medical Bureau
of Statistics was in obarge of Drs. F. SORREL, ol' Savan?
nah, and H. BAER, of Charleston.
THE FIRE IN KING-STREET.-In our retort of the fire
in yes ter .lay's paper, it appears we made a mietako ba
regard to the Kerosene oil said to have been Ju Mr.
Trim's store. Two young gentlemen, who are bis clerks,
called on us last night and requested us to state that
there wss no Kercseno oil in the store proper; that this
article bad always been kept in an outbuilding back of
the store. The Kerosene oil on hand was not consumed
by tbe tire, but is now at the Main Guard House.
THE PRIZE FIOBT.-Onr Informant in relation to (his
matter ?ired ia saying that the cumba! took place at the
"Three Milo House," which is an establishment kept by
llt*m. Kerrigan A Lobaiger in the best style, and ls
remarkable for the order and quiet that ia always found
there. The fight "can? off" in the woods, some dis tance
from the house lept by the?e gentlemen, without their
knowledge; and we are sorry that the spot was not more
-particularly stated to us, so that Messrs. Kerrigan A
Lobfiger might have been saved the pain of seeing their
cosy inn turned into a fighting ring.
F NEW ROSIN.-The Northers tern Railroad brought to
thia city on Thursday last forty-five barrels of the new
crop of rosin-a very beautiful lot, olasslng as No. 1. It
la the first receipt ot the present yield, and was con?
signed to Adams, Frost k Co.. and Screven k Nesbit
One of our brokers disposed of lt to Mr. R. T.
Walker. He wi'l send it abroad. The parcel was put
up near 8c de ty Hill, from which place it was shipped
here. The specimen shown us was very clear and ele?
BLACKWOODS MAGAZISE for March hos been sent ns
by Mr. JOHN RUSSELL, the agent for South Carolina
Contents: A Religious Novel; Sir Brook Fossbrooke,
Part X. ; Memoirs of tho Confederate War for Indepen?
dence, Part VII. ; Ref >rm of the Bank of Englsnd; Miss
Marjoribanka, Part XIII ; Cornelius O'Dowd upon Men
and Women, and other Things in General, Port XXII. ;
the Position of the Government and their Party.
The EcLEcne MAGAZINE for April hos not reached us.
JOURNAL or THR PROCEEDINGS of th* 7Cth Annual
Convention of the P. E. Chut ch In South Carolina, held
in Grace Church, Charleston, on the 14th, IStb, lOtb,
and 17:h of February, I860. A very neat pamvhletuf
some e'ghty pages bearing this title has been laid upon
our table by our friend at tho corner, Mr. JOSEPH
WALKER, whoso imprimatur is oa thc title page.
Our readers perhaps will remember that we published
thoso proceeding? inextinto, in "Ti'E DAILY NEWS," af
the time the Convention was in sejsion here; hi ftc', th'
Secretary prepared hts manuscript f< r the pi inter from
our files. *e only mention this to show that it is un?
necessary for us to make extracts hero, or give .statistics
from these minutes, as our readers are already well
posted in Diocesan affairs. ?
DOCTORS ron THE POOR -Wo have been requested to
State that the Poll-Clinic ia open every Wednesday ard
Saturday morning, from 9 to 10 o'clock, at the Medical
CoUege Building, wc t iud of Queen-street. All sick
persoi s ?bo are not able 11 pay a physician f r medical
advice and medicines, c n obtain bch gratis by con?
sulting the physicians in attendance at thetc stated pe?
Tbe following physic! ins compose tae medical staff of
Professor KLI OEDDtNOS. M. D.. Chief Physician.
T. JEl?YAlS ROBISSON, M. D., 1 Medic tl Asslst
WM. D. FORD. M. D.. ants.
Professor JULIAN J. CHISOLM, M. D., Chief Surg'u.
SAMUEL LOGAM, M. D., ? Burfftcal A9ciatautB
F. LEL i'A REER, M. D. j 8ur?Ical Assistants.
1 ho med?-al staff of the Clint.- ccu no found at tho
Medical College every WolnenVay and Saturday, at niue j 1
o'clock A. M., to glte medical advice, without clmrge, to i
a'l poor per pon? who netd their servie**, irrespect!- e of | 1
their place of retid ncc. The sick poor from all i arts ol' ; 1
the country have frc? access to this Bo .rd. (
A NICE PRESENT.-Sorao young ladies of thl6 city, a
few weeks ago, desiring to have a memento from the
great chieftain of the Confederacy, which he had worn
during the late struggle, wrote a letter to General LEE
requesting that, if not too much trouble, he would send
them something, no matter how trivial Ol its kind. To
this request the brave and gallant General answered, en?
closing some buttons from off his uniform. We have
been kindly furnished willi the letter, of which the fol?
lowing ls a copy :
LEXINGTON, Va., December ti, 1SC5.
Your let'er of the 13th iust has been recoived, and I I t
wish it was in my power to send you something worthy | j
of acceptance; but I havo nothing which I ' wore during
our 1 ng struggle" better thau these buttons.
They bear tho Anus of Virgiuia, which I hope will not ! \
make them tbe leca acceptable. I \
Thanking you for your kind sentiments towards nie, 11
I remain, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 1 ,
R. E. LEE.
PROVOST Coon - W. H. Knight, soldier.-Drunken?
ness and assault-Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders testified that
defendant was drunk on Thursday afternoon In St. Mi?
chael's a Tey, and that be came up to where her husband
was sitting at the door and knoc&ed him down, so ss to
stun him. Nat Fuller, colored, testified that defendant
went into St Michaal's-all^y very drunk and noisy, and
that be walked op to Mr. Saunders, who was sitting at
Lis door, ar.d without any provocation struck him twp
blows, which B un ned him.
For the defence, William Hoard, colored, testified tbat
tho defendant ? diuok but not noisy, and that he
crossed from El... tt-street to the alley, and that he
walked up to a man and talked for a minute, and then
witness saw defendant t ive the man a slap with tho back
of his hand; tho man was sit? in M down; a woman then
carno out of the house with r. - tick of lightwood in ber
hand and struck tie d?tendant a severe blow across the
face and picked up a brick and hit him heavily on tho
head. Sentence deferred.
James Henry, colored.-Attempt to steal.-Julius
Wagener tel ified that ho keeps a store at the corner of
Qneon street and t ant Hay, and that he happen'd to go
into hib samplo room ou Thursday last, at about 1
o'clock, when bc discovered tho defendant leaning over
the counter Irving to get into the money drawer on the
other Bide. Witness said that defendant evidently
had sneaked in, and when asked what he wanted there,
said he wanted to buy tobacco, while, as witness saw,
hie pockets were foll of tobacco. Witness stated that
he had often missed money from that drawer; had
never seen defendant before. Being an Old offeuder,
the defendant was sentenced to 30 days' Imprisonment.
William Board, colored.-Carrying concealed weapons.
Policeman Behrens testified tbat on I hursday night he
was on duty in Elliott-street, and that there was a color?
ed ball in said street; that several colored soldiers came
to witness and told him to arrest and take out a man
from the ball room who bad drawn a revolver. Witness
told them tbat he could not go In to arrest him, but if
they would bring him out, and they, the soldiers, go
with witness to the Guard Boase, and state their caso,
he would ari est him. They then brought out d?fendant
and he arrested him. Witness said tLotbesaw no re?
volver on the defendant, aod that he went quietly to the
Guard House. Defendant made a statement, upon which
the Court ion td him not guilty.
Francis Anthony and Samuel Huggins, colored boys,
arrested for throwing rocks and bricks on the Citadel
Green, to thc danger of the - head-? of the people," were
remanded until to-day.
MAJOR'S COOBT.- An individnal canght peddling
writing paper and other heavy articles, was informed by
bis Honor that ho would be fined $5, unless he took out
a licuuso whicl co:-ts SOO. He retired evidently doing a
sum in his head so as to ree which was the cheapest.
A man who ?old whiskey without a license was fined
by the Mayor, and having been fined before for selling
the same, he can now dispose of tho liquor as re-fined
Another man who was p< ddling chesp physic, was put
ba the same category with the firs', peddler, so far au the
fifty dollars were concerned, but we think ho is going
to give up the profession, for ss soon as tho Mayor had
mentioned the penalty, be privately asked cte of the
watchmen to show him the way to a sausage factory,
which gives us a strong impression that he is "going to
throw physic to the dogs "
Two sons of Neptune, ono of whom was so drunk
that he couldn't take care of himself, snd the other in-t
Irunk enough to take care of somebody's table cloth,
?vero fit ed and sent aboard of tbe'r ship.
A man who ?as royally tight, but who asserted that
;his was the first time, having ail his lifo been a mern*
Der of tho temperance society, t-s bo could show by esr.
Ideates, was fined $6 by the Mayor for breaking the
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.-Wardlnw k Carew will sell
his day, in front of th?ir ofiioe, corner oi llroad and
Italo-streets, at eleven o'clock, tlfteeu primo Work
Gabriel DeWitt will sell this day, at the northwest
orner of King and Spring-streetr, nt ten o e ock, Bcd
tead, Dining Table, Winnow Shades, Dry Goods, 4c.
BRUNS ft BEE sold yestord* al auction 3100 bushels
lamugcd oats, per schooner ldc L., from New lork, at
rom G3 to G4 cent? per bushel.
To MECHANICS.-Attention is called to a notice of es
ImatcB wanted for repairing the Court HOV.RO, by J. M.
?ason, Esq , Commissioner of Public Buildings, office
L. 0_crTT.- This gentleman still bolds out at No. 188
Cing-streot. where he dosis in looking glasses and
rames ot all kinds, at tho same reasonable ratee aa here
ufo'e; and ho is also as ready as ever to hang pictures
ir mirrors In the nicest stylo, and thereby assist in the
mamen ting of the drawing or the bedroom.
AKT:STS' SUPPLIES,-Every necessary article that may
'0 needed by artists, as well as many things nseful to
he housekeeper, can be found always at the store of J.
V. Harrisson k Son, No. 62 Queen-atreet, to whose ad
ertistment we would direct the attention of our read
CAMION WAIIE.-We would ask the attention of our
raders to the advertisement of J. E. Adger k Co., who
ave received direct, a large quantitr ox Hghi English .
arron Ware, 'consisting of ovens, pots, spiders, and all
.ose other articles that are so very useful In every ;
ousehold. They will bo ready for delivery in a lew i
Dav GOODS. BUTTONS, ic-A large and very elegant
iso tment of dry goods, buttons, hooks snd eyes, shirt
oaoms, pins, kc, kc, has recently been received direct
om Europe by John Han ciel, No. 48 E. st Bay, and we .
.ould suggest to dealers an examination at an early
ay of his flue and vat icd stock.
WE INVTTX the attention of connoisseurs and house
cepera to the advertisements of our young fellow-cl ti
?n, N. Lorin, Jr., who has just received direct from
liverpool superior Wiltshire Haras. English Cheese,
lurbam Mustard, John Bull Sance, Jeffrey's Sparklii g
les, and pure Hrneasey Urandy. The latter article we
ave tested, and pronounce lt a very cholo- article, and
ave no doubt but ti at tho other goods are of a similar
uality. Call in, purchase, and judgo for yourselves.
Loss OF APPETITS.-' There's nothing so affects a
jan" aa loss of appoti'o; but P. Mu ray, at No. 10 An
on-street, Informs his patrons, in our issue to-day, that
io hos remedies which will restore it t> those who snf
i-r; and we would sugg-st that a d- so or two of his
hnicd ales, wines aod liquors might bo beneficial to
thors, even with an appetite.
MAGNIFICENT MEEBSCHtun Pira TO BAFFLE -Our
riend, Jose Jara, will raftlo, to-night, two magnificent
Qoerachaum pipes, the handsomest smoklng-plcces wc
tave ever seen. A few chances still remaba to be dis
tosed of; and, as there ls uo tel'lug but that the two
rinning ones are among this number, we advise aB of
ur pipe-smoking readers to be on hand to-Light See
ose's advertisement-read-ants up-throw high, and
ria one of the beautifully carved pipes made of solidified
roth of the sea.
"TOT APOSTLE," said the t Ider, "was moved by many
:Iods of doctrine." "Tes," replied Mrs. Partington,
joking over her spectacles at thc Elder, "there's where
ie was wrong. v\ hat di l he want to try so many kinds
if doctrine for when Pinkerton's Waboo and Calisaya
litters won ld have kept him peifcctly regular. Tho
Sider confessed the thing had nuvtr struck him lu that
[ght bef?te, and tho old lady was going on to elucidate
urther, when her attention was attracted ly Ike, who
ras trying to pour some Hitters down the cat's
uroat with a funnel. tnths3
PETEBSOS'S Counterfeit Detector for April 1st gives
he following descriptions of new c<mn:erfcita which
lave been recent1}1 issued :
Treasury Soles-'.O's- A new Issue, dated March 10,
8G2 The rod seal is badly executed, as is also the bor
1er of thu note, wu'ch is made up of repetitions of tho
citer X General appearance bad. A ?treat number ore
n c'rcnlalion. 50's, United States Troasury (greenbacks),
ire in circulation from an entirely ne? plato, mid to be
he best i ounterfeit yet made of the government notes,
io look out for them, cs somo few have taken them.
United Stairs L yal Tender .Vu fr*.-Is counterfeit
LA; ge numbera of une Collar counterfeit greenbacks arc
n circulation. Excepting a lew minor discrepancies,
ho spurious note is au exact /ac simile of the genuino
>111. The general appearance ls also very good. The
?reen ink is of a somewhat lightor shade than that used
m thc genuin?, and some parts of the note look scratchy
iud blurred. Thu figures 1, on tho green scrollwork on
he lo wir right quarter of the noto aro printed In green;
n the genulue they are white. The bead of Chase ls
larker. Bill has a coarse appearance.
6's, imitation-the portrait on tho right and the figure
>f Liberty on tho le't are rather coan c. Well caleula
ed to deceive
5's and 10's raised Lom l'a Portrait ol Chase on op*
>er le.t corner.
l's, imitation-the portrait of Lincoln on tho left end
s \ery dark, and the ?-yes very p- or, wbl'e the toes of
heft-male oi the rigctend < au scarcely bi si en. Un
he genuine they are very distinct Look out for
20>, Imitation; porrly do_c. engraving coarse, and
;he bill lookB blurred. The green Ink used is lighter
;han tho genuino, 'i he dies and 20's are one eight- of
in inch larger than tho genuine.
50'e, altered f oin 2's; in tte genuine 50's the signa
Aire on the register is on the left and the treasurer on
he right ona of the Uti In the utered note they are
joth on thc right end, vi Uh two strips ot lathe work be?
50's, imitation. They are so well done that all the
banks refuse them.
100's, imitated. Upper loft, spread eagle situ og on a
rock. ' The general appearance of the bill ls good The
wings of the eagle are coarse and the clouding streaky.
The imprint of the American Bank Noto Company at
the top is larger than the genuiue. Ou the right end of
the back of thc bill the 100 in the circles are inverted
thus; "ICO." In the genuine the 100 in the circles on
the left end reed thus "001;" in the coun'cr'dt they are
thus : "100." The paper is also heavier.
>N DAILY NEWS....A
TO BE RAFFLED.
ra TWO HANDSOME MEERSCHAUM PIPES VAL?
UED at $16 each. 'Will bo raffled thia evening, at !
S o'dock, ot LA CRIOLLA.
JOSE JABA. King-street.
A few CHANCES still to bc had 1 April 7
ICE! ICE! ICE!
ON AND AFTER THIS DAV, THE RETAIL IOE
B X will be opened in the UPPER MARKET,
corner of Vanderhorst and St. Philip-street, for the ac
co . modatlon of the citizens of the Upper Wards.
Aprd 7_2_A. GAGE A CO.
MM THE NERVES !
HAYE TOIT LOST TOUR APPETITE?
IF YOU HAVE, CALL IN AT
NO. 10 ANSON-STBEET,
WHERE YOU WILL BE 8ERVED WITH THE MOST j
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND BY WHICH YOU WILL FIND A QUICK RELIEF.
P. MURRAY, Proprietor,
BY THE ARRIVAL OF THE BARK EUREKA FROM
LIVERPOOL, WE HAVE IN PORT
ASSORTED, FROM ONE QUART TO FIFTY GALLO!
OVEKS AND COVERS,
ASSORTED, FROM SEVEN TO EIGHTEEN
INCHES IN DIAMETER,
WITH RIM COVERS.
FROM 'I WELYE TO EIGHTEEN 1NCBES IN DIAME?
OVIL OMS ll COVERS,
FROM TWELVE TO TWENTY-FOUR INCHES IN Til- ]
WITH AND WITHOUT UPS, FROM EIGHT TO
FOURTEEN INCHES TN DIAMETER.
OF ALL SIZES.
THIS IS THE
ENGLISH CARRON WIRE,
And will ba ready for doUvery in . very few days.
All order* entrusted to ns for the above, aa well aa for
HARDWARE generally, shall have prompt attention,
md be filled at lowest possible prices.
100 Fiue Solid Wainui CHAMBER SUITS
200 Desirable COTTAGE SUITS.
AN ELEGANT ASSORT?MEMT:
PATENT TUCKER SPRINGS
IRON SPRING CHAIRS.
WILL BE ?OLD AT REDUCED PRICES, BY
A. GETTY & CO.,
Nos. 126 and 128 Meeting-street,
AND Nos 53 and 55 HA.SEL-STREET.
April 5_ _ _
PAINT, OIL, GLASS, 8ASH, DOOR. SHUTTER,
BLIND, BRUSH, VARNISH, LAMP
AND KEROSINE OIL
PARKER'S FURNITURE OLOSS.
GEOFFREY'S HAIR RESTORER.
No. 02 QUEEN STREET.
JOS. W. HARRISSON & 80N.
ICE CBEAM ! ICE CREAM !
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
the citizens ol Charleston, and tho public
generally, that his ICE CREAM GARDEN ls again open
tor the season, at No. 44 Nassau street.
Partien and Pic-Nics furnished with CREAM and
CAKES at shortest notice, and lowest possible prices.
He will also keep Ice for sale.
Ho contemplates starting a wagon for the purpose of
supplying families with Cream and Cakes at their
residences. Those desiring to be supplied, can leave
their orders at Mr. A. GAGE'S Ice House, corner Mar?
ket and Church streets, or at the Garden.
April 6 3* No. 44 Nassau-street
PRIX 7. 1866.
Hosiery, Clothing, Thread, &c\ to close Sales.
BY WILBUR ?ISON.
MONDAY, 9th inst, at our. Balea Booms, corner State
and Chalmers streets, ai half-past IO o'clock, will be
Ladies' 'WHITE COTTON F OSE, Men's Brown and
Mixo i )i Pose, Launs' .Money Bags, wltb and without
cu ui ns, Satinet Pants, Back flax Thread, Spool Cotton,
Ladi-B" Scarfs, Pins, Hooks and Eyes, Cloves, Tobacco
Pouches. Plrtograph Albums, Fancy Bead Necklaces,
Watch Ke> s, Key hinge. Scissors, Pocket Knives, Mir?
rors, Finger Bings, Breastpins, Sets Studs, Sets Sleeve
Buttons and Studs, Sets Fancy Ear Drops Sets Pearl
and Gold Broodies and Ear Bings, Crysta) Drops, Gold
and - liver Ext. Pen Holders and Pen, Vest Hooks, Bib
Various articles household FURNITURE, Jewelry,
kc, ko. Goods positively unlimited.
Conditions cash. April 7
Hutt of a Steamer.
BY LAURE* dc ALEXANDER.
On MONDAY, 91 h Inst, will be sold, at the foot of King
street, South Bay Battery, at ll o'clock,
The HULL OF A STEAMEB, as lt now lies aflcct,
copper fastenod, and partly coppered.
A qnsntity of BOPE, CHAIN, PLANK, 4c, 4c
Cone liions cash. April 7
Mules, Mules, Mules.
BY T. SAY i GE II E? Y WARD Si SONS.
Will be sold In front rf their Store, Ko. 123 East Bay, on
MONDAY, the 9th inst
Five superior MULES, in fine condition.
Flour on account of all concerned.
BY UK Mtv COB1A Ai CO.
ON TUESDAY NEXT, at i0 o'clock, before our store,
No. 2G Vendue Bange, will be sold,
78 BARBELS FLuUtt, partially damaged on voyage
from ballimore to this port, per schooner-, and sold
for account of undi rwriterB and aU concerned.
Tel ms cash. ?ferg April 7
A Neat Residence in Columbus street.
BY BOWERS Si WILCOX.
Will bo sold, on WEDNESDAY next, llih inst, at ll
o'clock, corner of Bread and East Bay streets.
All ttat LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS there?
on, situated in Columbus street, No. IC, between Meet?
ing and Nassau, on tho north side; Lot nieaturlng and
containing. 33 feet front by 102 feet drep, bo tte same
more or less, with neat two story House containing six
rooms, good Kitchen and outbuildings, and good well of
2 erma made known on day of sale. Purchaser to
ray B. 4 S. for papers. smwS April 7
Stocks and Bonds.
BY I. S. K. BENNETT.
At Private Sale
$3000 CITY 09 CH ABLESTON SIX PER CENT.
STOCK (SEVEN PER CENI ).
$2000 WILMINGTON AND MANCHESTER RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY BONDS
$1010 SOUTH CABOLINA BAILBOAD COMPANY
-SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA AND SO?TH
WEeTEBN RAILROAD BANK STOCK
-SHAHES SOUTH CABOLINA BAILBOAD COM?
-f HARKS GAS COMPANY STOCK.
Apply as above, at No. 40 BUUAD-STREf.T,
April 7 _ (Upstairs.)
Seed Bice and Cotton Seed.
BY L. BUNCH Si BON.
At Private Sale
30 bushels of PRIME SEED RICE.
10 bushels of LONG COITUS SEED, in store, which
we will sell low, at No. COO King-street.
BY ~. AlcBKIDK SMITH, No. X7 Broad at
At Private Salo:
HOUSE and LOT In Sumter, 80 feet front on Republi?
can street by 210 feet der th on Washington st Bound?
ed on the westby Washington street, on thc north by
the lands of Perry Moses, and on tho oaat by tho bud's
ot A. J. Moses; IC,BOO squarofoet; fine flower garden in
front, and large v> getable garden In thc rear. House
ono story high, with four rooms, Kitchen with two ser?
vants' rooms; a good well ki the yard.
Price $2000. Terms-One-half cash.
Plantation for Sale.
kt Private Sale
This VALUABLE PLACE is situated 22 miles from
Charleston, on the Northeastern Railroad. Tract con
itata of 7S0 aerea, of which AO or 70 acree are cleared
(Jotton Land ready for planting. Qln-houaea-dQln. and
everything necessary for planting-has never been aban?
doned. Dwelling, outbuildings, and negro houses in
good repair. Corn MUI worked by horse power.
Terms cheap for cash.
Apply to G. McBRlrDE SMITH, 1
March 30 No 27 Broad-street.
At Private Sale-Cheap for Cash.
BY o. MCBRIDE SMITH.
1 COOKING STOVE, furnished complete, including tia
flooring and chimney piece
1 Office Stove, with fixtures
1 Cottage bedstead
4 Office Chairs
LO Cauc-bottom Chairs.
1 Offico Desk
1 Office Leaf Table.
Apply as above, at No. 27 BROAD-STBEET.
$ 500 for a Comfcn-table Dwelling.
BY B. MCCALL.
At Private Sale
A two and a bab? story TENEMENT DWELLING and
LO T OF LAND on the south side of Beanfaln street,
containing 6 rooms; kitchen and other imp.ovcments
on the I ot.
Apply as above, at No 51 BBOAD ST.
April 6 thatuG
A most Delightful, Healthy and Commodious Su
turban Residence on Oannon-street.
BY B. MCCALL.
At Private Sale
All that most delightful, healthy and commodious
three story BRICK DWELLING and extensivo LOT OF
LAND, pleasantly ?itnato on tho south side of Cannon
street near Ashley, No. 91, and known aa "Islington,"
containing 12 spacious, airy and well arranged rooms,
with gas, grates and waterworks throughout, wide
piazzas and private stairs. The lot contains 140 feet
front and 210 feet in depth, having thereon a kitchen of
4 rooms, carriage, core, wood, cow and poultry hanses,
stabler, 4c ; a large cistern and well of water; large veg?
etable and flower gardens, and a choice seloctlon of
fruit and ornamental trees, grapery, 4c. 1 he whole
premises being conveniently arranged, having every
convenience for tho accommodation of a large family,
and 1B well known as one of the healthiest locations in
the city. Price moderate. Tern? accommodating. Ap?
ply as above, at No. ?l BBOAD STREET.
April 4 wfsmtulh?
A Fine Chance lo Purchase a Church in (J OOH
Condition, with Large Lot.
BY BOWERS Si SILCOX.
Will be sold at Private Sale
That ell gable and well located CL7URCH In Merri*
street between St Philip and King-streets, on thr
South side, called the Zion's Evangelical Luthers!
Church. The budding Ls forty-five (46) feet wide bj
Qfty (60) feet long, with neat pews, one side-gallery anC
front choir-gallery, on brick pillara about tbtee or thre<
and a half feet high, and a wide portico in front, tl e
entire width of the Church. Lot measuring elglty
(80) feet wide by two hundred (200) foot deep.
This Church will be disposed of on account of tu
union of the above congregation with the Protestan
Methodist, now callod the Wontworth-street Lutherat
Church. For further particulars spply as above, at
No. 127 MEETING-STREET,
Opposite the Market
ESTIMATES WANTED TO REPAIR THE COURT
HOUSE. Specifications can be seen at No. 9 Ex.
change-street. J. M. EASON,
For Commissioners Public Buildings.
OFFICE CITY TREASURY, 1
CHARLESTON, April 2d, 18GG. |
THE BOOKS OF THIS OFFICE ABE RE OPENED
for Fuuding Interest due January 1st, 1866, and
the Stocks a-.d Bonds remaining due at that date.
The interest on City Stocks and Bonds for the quarter
ending March 31st. 186G, and the Certincates of Stock,
Period 18, of the Issue of 1867, due April 1st, 1866, will
be paid and redeemed In currency.
April 2_12_City Treasurer.
KDISIO AND ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY
OFFI0E EDISTO 4 ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY, )
CHARLESTON, 8. 0-, March 16, 1866. I
BY ACT OP THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED ATIT8
last session, the EDI8TU AND ASHLEY CANAL
COMPANY received permission to increase their capital
from One Hundred Thousand ($100,000/ Dollars to Three
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars, in Shares of One
Hundred ($100) Dollars eich.
The public are hereby informed that the books, for
subscription to the additional Stock, will be open from
9 A. M. to 2 P. M. daily, at the office of Messrs. JOHN
S. RIGGS 4 CO., corner Broad-street and East Bay. The
Stock subscribed for to be psid for by a monthly instal?
ment of of Five ($6) Dollars on each and every Share.
J. RAVEN EL MACBETH,
Secretary and Treasurer.
P. 8. "Carolina Times" copy and send bLB to this
office. March 19
Fifteen prime Work Miles.
BY AV AR DJ, AW &l CAKJ2W. I
Will bc sold THIS DAT, 7th instant, at ll o'clock, In
iront of oar Office, corner Broad and biate-streets,
Witera primo WORK MU L?H._April 7
Furniture, Liquors, Bri/ Goods, <tc, ?fcc.
BY GA UKI KL'De Vf ITT.
THIS DAT, 7th instant, at 10,V o'clock A. M., at the
northwest corner of Sing and Spring streets, will be
sold, without reserve,
1 largo BEDSTEAD, 1 Mahogany Dining Table, 12
Chairs, 3 Window Shades, and 2 due large Bathing Tubs,
a lot Dry Goods. Clothing. Shoes, Crockery, Soap, Tea,
Salt, Washboards, ar d a lot of Old Canvas.
- barrels BBANDY, Whiskey and Wine.
Government Soie of Machinery, Steam Boilers
dc., the remains of a Sate MflL
BY WILLIAM Gi li NEY, Auctioneer.
Will be sold, at public suction, at No. 102 East Bar,
lharleston, & 0., on WEDNESDAY, April 11th, at 12
THE FOLLOWING CAP TUE ED PROPERTY:
Three STEAM BOlLERr, about 21 feet by 30 inches
On? large Fly Wheel
And other parts of Machinery, more or less injured
by fire, being the remains of a saw mill, built by tho
.io-called Confederate States. This property ls to be
sold where it now Hes, within a few yards of the Fifteen
Milo Pi st on the Dorchester Road, on Dr. R. B. Baker's
plantation, Alteon milos from Charleston.
Terms-Cash, in Go vencen t currency, to be paid lm .
mediately on conclusion of sale.
By order of the
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T. C. CALLICOT, Surpervising Special Agent, U. a
Treasury Department. March 27
Building Lot in the Business Fart of King-street.
BY JAMES L. G A MT.
On TCESDAY next, 10th Instant, at the corner of Broad
and East Bay stree te, at ll o'clock, will be offered at
ALL Tn.'.T VERY VALUABLE LOT OF LAND on
tho east e de of Ring street, to tho city of Charleston,
between Queen-street and Horlbeck's Alley, immediate?
ly north of tho premires now occupied by Mr. Laccas
sugne as a fancy store: measuring in front on King
street twenty-seven lect eight inches, by two hundred
and thirty-one feot in depth, be tho same more or lees.
This is one of the finest Lots in that neighborhood,
and will make a splendid stand for a retail store of any
kind. Thu property is entirely unencumbered.
Ou tho Lot is a largo quantity of Brick, which can be
Terms of Sale-One-third cash; balance by bond pay
ablo In one and two yea-s, bearing Interest from date o f
salp, to be secured by mortgage cf property. The pur -
chaser to pay J. L. G. for pupers.
March 3 tulbsmtnC
AUCTION-""! i HS UP AKAIY WAGONS, A_M
BULANCES AM' CARTS.
Will be Sflld, ai ONDA Y. April IC, 1866, at ll o'olock A.
M at the Govern tm n t Stables, on Chalmers street, a
PnbMc Auction, to the highest bidder,
Ono lot AMBULANCES
One lot Army Wagons
Ono lot Government Csrts.
Terms cath D. R. HUNT,
April 7_Capt. gSth O. V. V. and A. A. Q. M.
Elegant Mansion or. Broad-street.
BY JOHN S. RIGGS di CO.
On THUREDAY, tho 10th of April next, will be odored
at Auction, If not dlspocd of at Privat* Sale before,
at our Real Estate and Stock Exchango, corner o
Brood and East Bay streets,
THAT ELEGANT MANSION on the north
sldii of Broad street, known by tho No. 116, be?
ing the third door weit of Eing-street, contain
_j.lng twelve fine square rooms, pantry, store and
dressing rooms, all of thurn admirably arranged, having
been fluisbed In modern style, combining all the recent
iuiprovdmcnts und conveniences usually found in a
first-class resid? ncc, with gas In all the rooms and ball,
and a capacious cistern and well of water on tho
The location of this residence is one of the best to the
city, fronting Broad-street on tho south, and presenting
a Ano appearance, with handsome Verandah, Portloo
and Railing, constructed of Iron, with much taste and
durability. The Lot bas a front of sixty feet anda depth
of over two hundred feet, more or lesa.
Conditions-One-quarter cash (or as much overas the
purchaser may desire to pay); the residue in ono, two
and three years, secured by bond and mortgage, with
interest from day of salo, payable semi-annually. The
buildings to be insured, the policy assigned, and the
purchaser to pay for papers.
N. B - rhl? property can be examined and treated for
at Private Sale, until the day before the Auction, on ap?
plication at our office. J. S. RIGGS A CO.
UN DE ll DECHKE IN EQUITY.
Wilkinson vs. Wilkinson.
Will b? Bald. Tindmr tb? direction ot tb* tn>a?CTlgii?A. tn
front of the Old Custom Homo In this city, OD TUES?
DAY, the 17th April, 186?, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, situtte "on Charles?
ton Ne> k," measuring in front on Coming-street thirty*
nine (39) feot eight (H) inches, more or leas, and in
depth three hundred (300) feet, moro or leas, and known
by the number 166 on Coming-street
All tbtt LOT OP LAND adjoining tho above, with the
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, situate
' on Charleston Neck," measuring in front on Coming
street thirty-nine (39) feet eight (8j inches, more or less,
and in depth three hundred (300) icot, more or lees, and
known by the number 157 on Coming-street.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the TWO-STORY
WOODEN BUILDING THEREON, situate in Jasper's
Court, "on Charleston Neck," known in a plan of snrvoy
of the Morris Lanas, modo by Robert K. Pa)ne, Sur?
veyor, as number ?7, measuring in front thirty-six (36
feot, and in depth one hundred and t sonly (120) feet
Bounding . n the north by lands of estate Francis L.
Wilkin'on; on the south by lauds of Mrs. anderson; on
the esst by lands of estate Francis L. Wilkinson, and on
the west by Jasper's Covtt, whlcb said lot is now known
by the number ?0 on raid Ja per'a C urt
All that LOT OF LAND, with the WOODEN BUILD?
INGS 7 HEREON, sit?atelo Jasper's Court, "on Charles?
ton Neck," mown in a plan of survey of the Morris
Lands, mada by Robert E. Payne, Survey cr, as number
28, measuring to front thirty-six (36) feet, and in depth
ono hundred and twonty (170) feet Bounding on the
north of-Dercef; on tho south by lands of estate
of Francis L. Wilkinson ; on the east by lands of estate
of Francis L. Wilkin*on, and the west by Jasper's Court,
which said lot ls now known by tho number 24 on said
All that LOT OF LAND ta America-street, known to the
plat of lands prepared by Robert E. Payne forJJohn H.
Tin e, and purchased by him from James English, by the
letter D, No. 4; bounding to the east on America street,
and measuring to front thereon forty (40) feet more or
less; on thc south by lot No, 3, letter O, one hundred
1100) feet; on tho north on lot O, No. 6, ono hundred (100
feet; .and on th? west forty (40) feet more or less.
Torms.-One-fourth cash; the ba ance in one, two and
three years, secured by bond and mortgage; the build?
ings to bc lninred and the policies assigned. Purchas?
ers to nay for pvpers. J AMES 1 UPPER,
April 3 tuths7_Master in Equity.
VS D K RTDEC ll E K IN EQUITY.
Brown vs. Brown.
Will bo sold, under the direction of the undersigned, at
the old CUB tom House. In this city, on TUESDAY, the
24th of April, 186C, at ll o'clock A M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the WOODEN BUILD?
INGS thereon, situate on the east side of Meeting-street
and known by the number 188 Measuring to front on
the said street, forty-six i46) feet, moro or less; on the
back lice fifty-two (52) feet, more or less; and in depth,
on the north lino, one hundred and sixty-six and one
half ( 1 GO>j ) feet, und on tho south linc one hundred and
sixty-seven (167) feet, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal succes?
sive annual Instalments, with interest from date, pay?
able annually; secured by bond and mortgage and as?
signment of po icy of insurance.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J VME8 TUFTER,
^pr.13_tuthslO_ Master in Equity.
UNDER OKCRE? IN K???TYT
Ex parte Shingler.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at tho old Custom House in this city, on TUESDAY,
the 2 .th of April, 1866, ot ll o'clock, A. M.
All that LOT OF LAND on the west eldo ol Friend
St, between Broad and Tradd-Street, measuring about
fifty 60) feet front, by about one hundred and fifty
(150) feet deep. Bounded on the north by land of Henry
Uorlbeck, on the south by land now or lato of estate
of Richard W. CogdeH, on the east by Friend-St and
on the west by land of St Peter's Church.
All that LOT, with the bul'dings thereon, situate OD
the south side of Longitude h-ue, to be more particularly
described to future advtrtlscment.
AU that LOT OF LAND in Mott s lane, to be hereaf?
ter more particularly described.
Terms.-One-third cash; the balance payable in three
equal, successive annual Instalments, with Interostfrom
dote, payable annually, securod by bond and mortgage
of the purchasers. _ ""
AprU 3_tnthal? Master to Equity.
ROYAL H A VA SA LOTTERY OF CUBA.
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
$360.000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SEVENTEEN
prizes cashed and information furnished.
The highest rates paid for Doubloons and all kin d
Gold and Silver. TAYLOR s CO., Bankers,
February 3 gmo No? IA Wallstreet New York
im<rt/\/\/\A YEAH MAUE BY ANY ONE.
WDAWUV/V/ WITH $16.-8t?ncil aoois. No ex
perlenoe necessary. The Presidents, Cashiers, and
Treasurers of three Banks indorse the circular. Sent
free with samples. Address the American Bteocl) Tool
Works, Springfield. Vermont March 10