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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APKI? 25, 1866.
?B*gJT Jaily l-Tews.
=r?^^P AY MORNING, (APRIL 25, 1866,
LAB9EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE, j
?*AKGESP ? CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
aalnl- J3Q IjIST OB1 LSTTBRB re
of eu* afic *? ***? iPoetoffioe at thee end
. T, )*x wooli la ptibllsbed oilloiully
??y" ?3?H3 DAILY !NmWS every BVi
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I V7. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Oolloct
?q Agent. '
TOWN8END k NORTH, Booksellers and SUUosers,
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3. T. DuBOIB, Marion.
0. B. HARRY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla.
PATRIOS k HOVEY, Uaodn, Georgia.
** R. a. Mcknight, Unlonville.
3. R. ALLEN. Oheator 0. H., 8. 0.
?OSEr-n H. BEARS, "NewSouth," Hilton Head.
Wi B. LANOE. Grahamiille P. O., Beaufort, 8, a
8. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro*. B, C.
HL L. DARR, Bumter, B. 0.
t^HAD. a ANDREWS, bi-angebur-&B. 0.
I. T. MER8HHAN, " Journal offloV' Cam den. S. 0.
ft. M. BROWN. "Southerner o?tee," Darlington, 8. 0.
K. M. QU1NN k BB?., A^igusU,
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
18 A?0 DA VEGA, Afe**?? in New York.
Mr. AUG. BREN?ANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
'has always (he lst-?st datoa of the Dah.v News, to he
loes of all tho other principal Journals of the ooiufiry.
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'star SEM BEOOND AND THIRD FAOEB. "*?
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AmaVAL of Gov. Orb.-?His Excellency the Go v
' ernorjarrivea In tho city last evening, and v?ll Te
'main h oro, we understand, for a week.
To-Da? occurs tho eloction in this city for an
Alderman of Ward "So. 3, to fill the -vaoanoy
. occasioned by the decease of the lamented Jab.
Vf. Bbown. Several gentlemen known to be quali
fied to fill that office, with honor to themselves
and credit to the city1, having declined the nomi
nations of their frien?B, the contest ho* narrow
ed down to Mesura. Crane and Cosoiiove. The
former is a gentleman of large "business ex
perience, and hau been indentured with the in
terests of the city, in a mercantile capacity, foi
the last twenty years.
Tax Wehtiteu.?April showers have been be
stowed upon ns most abundantly uptoSundaj
last, but upon that afternoon the slight falls o
water whioh we supposed were to be distributee
throughout the month, were concentrated in oni
grand deluge, audit oaulo down upon us in i
style which we never remember to have eeei
equalled. Slight imitations -of this heavy rah
were given throughout the bight, and up to sevei
o'clock on Monday morning, at whioh time tbi
clouds, as if perfectly satisfied with their efforts ii
this section of country, Tepidly took themeelve
off in a northeasterly direction, leaving u? aplent;
of sunlight and a very large supply of wind. L
fact, Monday was; a gala day, and no one eoomoi
to enjoy it more than old Boreas, who was a
frolickeomo as h*b was in his youthful days. Th
weather with u now is as bright, beautiful an
balmy as possible; and although there may b
prettier parts of the world than we are living ix
and wealthier people than we are at present, w
will put the 'lovely days and nights that we ar
now enjoying against all creation.
. Tots -etoamer 'Emilie, Captain Beaufort, ha
been eng-agedtfb'Wke 'the plac? of the steam?
Dictator, Captain -fehusTTEn, on the line from th:
port toJacksonville, touching at Fernandina an
Savannah, until furlher notice.
The Dictator has been laid up to undergo aon
repairs, when, on their completion, she will t
restored to the ronto.. The Emilie is a most sut
Btantial and superior boat, and .will afford to pa
sengere and freight every accommodation.
8am*, of Beat. Estate.?Mr. James L. Qantt bo
, yesterday, under direction of the Master in Eqt
ty, Mr. Tuppeb, tho following pieces of real est?t
Vacant Lot of Land wtst aide of Motto's Lane, 14 1
69 feet? $900.
Lot and Buildings south side of Longitude Lane, 75 1
U5 foot? $1700.
Vacant Lot west side of Friend-street, 87 by 142 feel
Lot, with wooden Building', east side of Meetli
surest, between Qeorge and Callioun streets, 37 by ICC
Suspension of the Sentence of the Milita
Commission.?Tho following explains itself so w
that we are quite sure our rendors will be sul
ciontly informed and delighted without furtb
comment from us :
Headq'es, Department of South Carolina. )
, Charleston, S. C, April 24th, 1886. J
[General Orders, No. 32.]
In obedieuoe to the order of the President of i
United States, the execution of the sentence of t
Court in the casca of Francis Gaines Stowers, J
Crawford Keys,, Robert Keys and Elisha Byre
publish od in General Orders Ko. 80, current aeri
is hereby suspended until the further order of 1
President. B?command of Mai.Gen. D E. Sioel
O. H. HART, Bvt. Brig. Gen. and A. A.
O. H. HART, Bvt Brig. Gen. and A, A. G.
The Election of To-Dat.?Some doubts h
ing beep expressed as to tho right of persons \
ing-with the Capitation Tax Receipt of ?865, at
polla to-day, tho matter was submitted to
Hon. ft. D. PonTEB, Oity Attorney, and he
furnished the following opinion :
John D. iOOer, Esq., Chairman Manager? l
8?:?The Capitation Tax, under the Sur
Ordinance of 1868, is not required to be paid u
thefirst day of May next.
The Act of the Legislature requires that
person offering to vote at any election for Me
and Aldermen shall have paid the tax of one
lar "at the time appointed for the paymen
other city taxes nezl preceding ?tich election." '
time, appointed for the payment of city taxes
prec#dm:7 tho eleotion ordered for to-morrow
in November, 16C5.
I am, therefore, of opinion, that any oitizon
qualified himself to .vote by the payment of
tax in November last, will have, the right to
at the ?lection to-morrow, upon producing hie
. . -saint or cortiOcato in the manner, required by
Act ReBpeotfully, * W. ?b. PORTEI*
t \it ; April 24, 1866 City Attorn?
r The Baint Geoeoe'b 8ocietv.?Accordinf
previous announcement, this Society, on Moi
last, eelebrated its 183d anniversary. At an
tion for officers previously held, the folio
were chosen: .''...'
XI. P. W.VLKEB, Esq., fi. B. M. Connal, Presid?
O, GRAVELKY, Esq., Vlce-PBMldept.
Iftll A. B. MILLER, Treasurer. U !
- ' C. E. WALKBB, Dccretsry.
if . , Thi? Society was established In the year
by sundry ronldont Englishmen, and contl
undisturbed to dlcponso its charity among
},."'. tressed Englishmen until tho revolution of
InlTftait wasrovived. The Right Rev. Be
SMrrn, the Bishop of the Diocese, was one
moat active members, and with hin encourage
it grew and flourished, and made glad oui
i? tressed by appropriations among them of its
* pluB funds until the war of 1812 again imp
In 1805 it reooivea from l'ie SUto a Char
incorporation; and in 1815 its members reassem
bled arid reorganizad, and continued up to tho
lato straggle to dispenso charity and onjoy con
viviality. Tho return of poaco has again bronght
together tho mombcrsof tho Boototy in forco, and
although the investments of ?be society, by 1st?
events, havo greatly depreciated, tho mombers
aie not without hope that with care and some re
inforcement by the admission of now mombore,
the former ueofnlneso of the society may soon
again be fnlly re-establish?)?!.
The anniversary dinner was woll attended. Tho
dining hall was in part decorated with a beautiful
silk flag, displaying St. George's Cross, which,
some years ago, was presented to the. cooloty by
the late Joseph Law-ton, Esq., deceased. His
Honor the Mayor was there as an invited guest,
and the ploaaur?*e of the day wore continued until
a latO hour. ' J?
Court or Genekal Sessions.?Thlo Court met
at 10 o'clock A. M., yesterday, pursuant to ad
journment?Judge T. W. GLovEn presiding.
The regular and tales venires wero called, and
from the Jurore answering the Grand Jury and the
Petit and Fleas Juries Nos. 1 and 2 wero organ
Uod as follows:
Grand ?Jury.?Wm. Robb, Foreman : J. ?a. Cook,'
John Kleiniohan, A. 8. Hull, J. A. Boae, W. H.
James, Z. Miller, D. Conroy, J. 8. Sohlrmer; Wal
ter Webb, R. Gannon, Job Dawson, Francis Police,
L. D. Motrty, T. H. Thee,' P. Fatrenovich, T. Dar
cy, B. 8. D. MuokenfuQB, Richard Tobin, John
Jury No. 1.?Henry Horlbeck, Foreman; John
Asbhurst, J. B. B. sell, Thos. Grant, 8. P. DuBoso,
N. W. Barrell, W. B. Martin, D. Molones, D. F.
Fleming, H. L. Butterfield, Jno. M. Gre?r, J. L.
Drlggore. . , ,
Jury No. 2.?Wm. Iiebby, Foreman: E. Klein,
Jno. Betjeman, F. Nibans, Alva Gago, H. M. Ma
nigarult, John Campeen, John Hanckel, B. Beils,
George B. Reid, P. MoBridO, W. H. Lafar. -
Supernumeraries.?P. Cullinane, JameB O'Noil,
P. D. Rodgers, Thos. Mullahy, John Dunn R. H.
Brodle. Charlts Love, Daniel Shea, Chas. Lining,
B. M. Strobel, Wm. McLean, B. G. lleriot.
OBABOE TO THE OBANO ?T0RV.
In delivering his charge to the Grand Jury, be
fore they entered upon the investigation of the
-various matters submitted to them, his Honor
said that in thedigohargo of his official duties thie
spring, be was gratified to see tho large attend
ance upon the sessions of the Court, manifesting
the interest properly felt in the re-establishment
of civil law. He wished that he could congratul?t?
them on the entire restoration of the civil law
but, while martial law continued, and the writ o
habeas corpus was suspended, Justice could no
freely run her course. The institutions and lawi
of war wore not adapted to times of peace; and hi
hoped that we should soon be restored to peace
fui relations to the Go-vernmeui., uzi live undo
our mnnloipUiaWB so well adapted to protect per
eon and property. It was, however, importan
that the Court and Jury should not fail to aid ii
the restoration of law and order. The Grand Jur;
should feel an earnest sense of the reBponsibili
ties imposed upon them, and bring to justice tb
lawless anfl-vbe violent, that crime may be pre
vented and the reign of law restored?that hop
may be inspired asji ?confidence reassured.
Duties devolve ?pon ail to beatow their bes
exertions in bnUding up the vasto places of ou
lapd; but he desired to limit the inquiries of tb
Jury to snob subjects only as were legitimatel
within their province.
The Judge directed the attention of the Jury t
the several bills submitted to them, and desire
that they would examine and report npon the cot
dition of the public buildings, and especially r?
quested them to report npon the propriety <
changing the Court-room to the seoond story <
the Court House.
Other matters tending to expedite buainei
were bronght to* the attention ot the Jury, whe
they retired to their room.
TBK SESSIONS -DOCKST
Was next called, and the following cases wei
The State vt. Elijah Stiles, charged with r
tailing spirituous liquors without license.
Tho State vs. John Muixins, accused of san
The State vs. L. L Woolf, for the same, and
The State *o*. James Hunt, charged with nasal
and battery. .\\%\ t - -
The Attorney General, Hon. I. W, IIaynk, a
pearing for the State, and Col. R. W. SaTMOTjnf
the defendant in the first case, and CoL Joi
Piut.t.t-pp for the defonoo in the laet. In the oth
cases no defence was offered. The proof adduc
on the part of the State appeared in all the abo
oases conclusive to the Jury, who found in ea
the verdict of 'Guilty," notwithstanding the i
forts of counsel in the oases defended, who at
presented the extenuating and mitigating circu
stances operating in behalf of their clients.
After the delivery of the ver.dlot of tho Jury
the last case, the Court was adjourned until
o'clock this morning.
Peovobti Goubt.?Henry White, colored.?Tr
pass.?J. J. Maowood testified that he hired i
fendant, about two months ago, to cut wood
him, and that not long after ho employed b
witness came to town, and when he returned
his place defendant had left and carried off
tools. WitnesB said that ho found defendant i
tWo others while with him five dollars and sever
five coats in rations, and that the three' only
seven cords of wood in three weeks. Witness \
to pay (?hem each one dollar per cord. On 1
Monday morning defendant came to the boasi
witness and demanded the balance of his r
when he was told that if he would bring back
axe he would be paid $1.25, the amount due b
Defendant was rlotoua, and said If he didnt't
paid be would bring a guard and have witr.
arrested?was riotous and nsed bad langm
Defendant Btated that he was employed in ol
work for prosecutor, whloh prevented his cut1
more wood, and that he left the axe on the p
tatiou in ohargo of a man named Bees. Defe
ant was reprimanded, and ordered to restore
axe to the owner.
Mayob's Goubt.? A few oases of selling lie
without a license, and of having no sign in ph
of bpsinesa, were the only matters before
Honor yesterday morning, and wo *re gratifie
-mention that our city is as quiet as it. its at
The Baptist Ohureh and Sunday School Met
7 jr. published in Yorkvillo, 8. 0? has bu on
us. . The m.-.gazine is edited by Elder Tii.ua
Gaines. Termo two dollars per annum.
A lauge vAniETT o?.' the leading peri?dica
tbo North are always to bo found at Mr. B. La
Mo. 59 Broad-street. '-'.
7b the Editors of the Nevo? :
t would like to inquire what is the nocoeei
opening the Postofflco from 9 to 10 A. M., on
As I understand it, the Northern, Westen
Columbia mails are all do., and are distil" ' ?
the afternoon. What good purpose jb av,is
thon, by opening the oiilco in the morning ?
i It appears to me, Messrs. Editors, if,
usually exists a necessity for opening the
office on Sunday, th. ' necessity doea not
now. And, independently of our moral dutl
think the community are called upon to i
some conoosnlona for the benefit of our
obliging Postmaster, and his oorpa of gentil
like, attentive sad efficient assistants,
?.or of A BUSINESS M.
The Election To-Dny.
Messrs. Editors : We aro pleased to aec nominated for
tho vacancy of Alderman in Ward ?. 3, Mr. Crane,
a merchant who has been identified with the interest of
oar city for tUo I ist twenty years, and who, if elected,
will dovoto his efforts to tho Improvement of our muni
cipal affairs. There has never been a time when wisdom
and prudenco aro moro ncbesiary in the administration
of th e affaira of the city than at pr?tent, and we are con -
fldent that tho above-named genth-man will, if eloctsd,
Justify tho suffrages of his friends and fellow-cltUens.
| PAVED STREETS.
Attention 1 Firemen.
Four old and oft-tried friend, War. H. Giluund,
Esq., is a candidato for Alderman. Bally to his support.
A netlon Soles This Day.
Tonn 6. IUoas k Co. -will sell, this day, at their real
estate and stock exchange, at 11 o'clock, city stock,
bonds and coupons ; als?, s t* rllng sitver plato.
D. Jacobs will sell this day, at No. 297 King-street,
one door from Wentworth-atreet, at 10 o'clock, Arxsor's
pale ale, brandy, Bourbon whiskey, shoes, dry goods, Ac
J. A. Ekbiow k Co. will sell this day, at the store
Of J. Oakpskn k Co., in M*rk<t, opposite State
street, at 11 o'clock ? bushel i corn.
WiLiiun A Son will sell this day, at their pales rooms,
corner of State and Chalmers streets, at half-past 10
o'clock, cloths, fsnoy goods, threads, furniture, a light
R. W. Oaix k Co. will sell this day. at No. IS Went
worth-street, at 10 o'clock, a splendid assortment of
wines, liquors, and other articles.
MoKat k Campbkix will sell this day, at their
sales rooms, Hssel-stroet, mit to the Postofflce, at 10
o'clock, the balance of a mllllnBr's stock Raved from the'
lato fire in King-street; also, dry goods, clothing, boots
shoos, bottled ale, matting, Ac,
Miles Drakk will sell this day, at hla store, corner
of Kin? and Liberty streets, at.10 o'olock, a largo and
valuablo stock of dry goods, Shoes, clothing, bats, hard
Wie M. Pelot will sell this day. In front of his office,
No. ?9 Broad-street, at 10 o'clock, a handsome half-blood
O. B. Owisn will sell this day, in front of hlo store,
Eaat Bay, m rear of old postoffice-, at half past 10 o'clock,
Irish potatoes, damaged flour, champagne, sherry and
Tax Flocb previously advertised to bo sold at auc
'ion to-day, by A. P. Caujwell, [has been dlaposed o:
at private sale.
t John 8. Bioos k Co.?This firm will have again to
day one of those large sales of stocks, bonds, fee., vthicl
have drawn crowds within their Real Estate and Stocl
Exchange for many weeks past To those wishing t<
**\*\ke Investments a fine opportunity is offered by thesi
gentlemen, whose reputation a? Stock Auctioneers li
not to be surpassed, .
Vfrru a Fauh.t case In your house, you may pre
vent sickness, prevent suffering, prevent expense, an<
loas of time, or the children having the Measles, o
Scarlet Fever, or*Whooping Cough, or even Fever, b:
using pr?ventives in* the case. Uvtsmaara' Sfecoti
Hohozofathio Manieras COMPANY, No. 66*2 Broadway
New York. ?
ICE (MM! ICE (?REAM!
mHE UNDERSIGNED BE8PECTFTTLLY INFORM!
O JL his former customers and the public generally
, that he has reopened, for the aeason, his SALOON, Nc
'** 80 Calhoun, opposite Ellraboth-street, where he will b
happy to soive them. Having attentive attendants, hi
efforts will be to please. The ??utility of his CUE am i
-** too well known for comment.
>f F&MILIES supplied, as usual. In quantities to suit, i
,. all hoars.
31 PIO-NIOB, MAROONS, Ac, supplied at the shortei
In all cases Cream, quality and quantity, warrante?
No'charge If the Cream don't prove as recommended.
April 26 1* HKNIIV LARCOMRE.
THE SUMMER RETREAT
IS NOW OPEN FOR PIO-NIO AND MAROONIN
PARTIES, being convenient to the City, only a fe
minutes' walk from Lino-street, on MeeUng-street roa.
For terms, apply as above. 8? April M
PIC-NIC AND MAROONING
A MOST BEAUTIFUL PLAOB. CONTAINING
fine QHOVE OF OAKS and a . LARGE HOU8
witb two spacious halls, convenient to the city, a
well adapted to Marooning and Pio-nlo Parties. X
terms, apply to 3.0. H. OL&UaSEN,
No. 10 Market-street
Or OLIVER MOORE, on the place
April 9 mw7
Gentlemen of Charleston and Vieillit
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM TH]
that they have leased the second floor of the but
In g on the CORN KU OF MARKET AND KING BTRKE
(known as the Adger building), where thoy have fit
up, in every particular, a first-class BILLIARD H Al
comprising Eleven Tables, from tho manufactory
Messrs. Kavanagh k Decker. .
Those wishing to pass a pleasant evening in the enj
ment of this game, cannot but help to find this tho c<
est and b?it adapted, room in the City.
A privat? SAMPLE ROOM la attached, stocked w
the finest importations.
Gentlemen are Invited to call and inspect for thi
selves. ., .
. LURING & TURNER.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
IMPORTAST TO BUTCHE?
WE HAVE REPAIRED ODE PATENT ARCTIC
FRIGERATOR, at the Charleston Ice House,
ner of Church and Market stroets. that was doing s
good service, before the war, In cooling Meat h and o
article.? which are required to bo put on loe. Ws
now prepared to do the above business in the best at
[C? AT WHOLESALE & R?Til
and PACKED in the most approved manner for 00
<** au ?LGLtu & co.
TUB BOOKS FOR SKRIPT!
The Edlsto and Jlshlcj Canal Comp
. ARE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OF MESSRS..
8. RIQG8 k OO., corner Broad and Eaat Bay.
SHARES, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EAOH, pa;
in SAonthly instalments of FIVE DOLLARS PER 8?I /
Apply to 3. RAVENEL MACBETH
April 19 Secretary sndTreasut
Motiey Sent Wittort Danger of Loi
tOMT Or?'./** OaUBUUTOEi 8. 0., Fob. 6, U
THiB Cli-,.-i; 7A8 BEEN DESIGNATED J
"Mon:? Ordr; Office," and ordert vr-on \ny i
Moaay i?jd.vy Otto?, In sums from one do'Am to t
dollars, may be drawn. Where a larger sum
quired, additional ordern to'make it up must b
The charges for Money Orders will be as follow
On Orders no* exceeding ft*. 10
Of M?ltd not sTC-aeruna; ftp. 18
?man- over iMandup to $&>...90
DTANLEY <*, XBOTT, A. P.
City Stock, Donds and Coupons at Auction.
BY JOHN 8. RIG-US AND CO.
THIS DAY, the 2Cth instant, at 11 o'clock, at our
Real Estate and Stock Exchango, will bo sold,
THE FOLLOWING SECURITIES :
TWO HDNDHED AND BIXTY DOLLARS CITY STOCK
FIVE HUNDUKD AND FIFTY DOLL 1RS OITY HTOOK
EIGHT HONDHED DOLLAH8 CITY SIX l'Ett OENT.
FIVE BONDS MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD COM
PANY (Ht?-rling Bonds of ?125 each. Interest paya
ble In Londt n|
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS STATE OF NORTH CAR
OLINA (OLD) BONDS, past due
SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY-THREE DOLLARS STATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA SIX FER OENT.
TWO TBODBAND DOLLARS OITY OF MEMPHIS
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS MISSISSIPPI AND TEN
NESSEE RAILROAD BOND.
THIRTY-EIQHT SHARES CHARLESTON GAS COM
C0UPON8 MISSISSIPPI Al**iD TENNESSEE BAIL
COUPONS 8PARTANBURG AND UNION RAILROAD,
OUPON8 8lATE 80UTH CAROLINA
C0UPON8 NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD
COUPONS GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
COUPONS CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAIL
ROAD, 8tate Guaranty
COUPONS SOUTH OAROLINA RAILROAD.
Unlimited Securities received. April 25
Sterling Silver Plate at Auction.
BY JOHN H. RIGGS ?ft CO.
THIS DAY, the 36th instant, at 11 o'clock, at onr Real
Etttate and Stock Exchange, will be sold,
Three uncommonly fine STERLING SILVER WAIT
ERS, manufactured in England, and of superior work
Conditions cash. April 26
! ish Potatoes.
BY C. D. OWENS.
THIS DAY, April 26, will be Bolil, in front of my storo.
East Bay street, in the rear of Old Postoffice, at 10.3U
60 hbls. IRISH POTATOES,
Just received from Boston, and In splendid order.
BYC. t?. O-Wh?lVS.
THIS DAY, April 26, will be sold. In iront of my storo,
East Bsy street, In rear of the Old Postofllce, at 10. at
60 bbls. FLOUR.
Domsgkl on board sehr. A. Townsend, and sold oi
account of all concerned. April 26
Champagne, SlieiTy, and Madeira Wines.
BY <U. b. OWENS.
THIS DAY, Apt? 26, will be Bold, In front of my store
East Bay -street, In the rear ot the Old Postjfflce, at 1
uVlock, A. M.,
16 baskets Piper & Co.'s HEIDSIOK WINE
2 )i cot-ko fine old Madeira
a 1? casks Sherry Wine.
Will be sold, at 10 o'clock, TO-MORROW MORNING
2G h inst, as sho now lies at North Atlantic Dock,
The schooner LIGHTFOOT. She bas a complete oe
of sails and rigging, :n good order, is thirty-two (92) fee
lone, ten (10) feet wide, four (4) feet deep, and measure
twenty-one 46-100 (21 46-100} tons.
Can be treated for at Prlvate Salo, st No. 1 Broad-streel
basement State Bank._April 25
Batesttille Shirting and Yarns.
BY JOHN G. Mil. NO It ?Si CO.
On FRIDAY, 27th last., at 10 o'clock, we will sell, wltl;
out reservo, at our store. No. 135 Meeting street, b
10 balea 7-8 BATESVILLE SHIRTING
S bales Cotton Yarn, assorted, from 6 to 16.
8 bales English COTTON DRILLS.
Conditions caso. April 24
CHECKS OK NEW YORK.
OB SALE BY
CONNER & WILSON.
April 26 6 No. 6 Broad St
T?TE OF GEORGIA COUPONS,
CITY OF SAVANNAH COUPONB
Apply to CONNER k WILSON,
April 26 2 No. 6 Broad St.
BOUGHT BY P. H. KEGLER,
Corner Kin? and Hatol-streett.
THE HIGHEST' PRICI
P. H. KEOLEU'H KXCIIANOIC OFFICE
CORNER OF KINO AND HA8EL-STREET8,
October 46 mwf
raus in? mm.
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
FIRE !?? COMPAN
(ONE B1ILL.IO?V STERLING.)
IS NOW PREPARED TO TAKE FIRE RISKS IN T)
?9- LOSSES ADJUSTED AND SETTLED HERE.
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent,
April 0 lmo Two doors east of Heetfng-s
Ar experienced None and Female FbjsIcL
Presents to tho attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the proceas of Teething
softening the gums, roluclng all Inflammations,
allay ALL PAIN and apasmodio action, and Is
SORE TO BEG?LiTB THE BOWEL!
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourse
Relief and Health to Tour Infai
We have pot op and sold this article for over tl
years, and can say In confidence and truth of it whi
have never been able to aay of si other medlol
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLEINBTANOI
EFFECT A CUBE, when timely used. Never dit.
know of an Inatanoo of dissatisfaction by any one
usod It. On the contrary, all are delighted with its
rations, and speak in terms of commendation <
magical effeots and medical virtuos. Ws speak la
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' ?
rlonoe, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FUT.
MENT OF WHAT WE HERB DECLARE. In al
every instance where tho infant la suCorlng from
and xhauBtion, relief will be found in fifteen or tw
minutes after the syrup is administered.
Fall directions for using will accompany each b
None genuino -anisas the fee timil? of OURTIB k 1
KINS, New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 39 Cents per Bottle?
For aale by
KING & CASSIDE1
f ebraary 33_Orno_Ob artest
MBB. F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND FTJFI
tho Ute Prof. M. S. Rbxv-u), offers her M
to the cltlnena of Oasrleston as Teacher of VOCAL
Resldanoa Sa M Bocletywstreei, opposite the
Refera to Gen. J* mu BrafOKB, Dr. Wat, T, Wba
Obasob Bnseam, and Dr. W. M. Am.
Balance of a Milliner's Stock, saved from lite late
Fire in King-street; also. Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, and Notions.
McKAY Ai CAMFBKLL,
Next to PoetofHcc, Ifnsel-strcrt,
Will soU THIS DAY. 26th instant, commencing nt 10
DRESS GOODS, Mourniug Prints. Ginghams, 4-4
Homcspnn. Handkerchiefs, Neck Tica, Linen Suits, Pant
Stuff, bhlrt Bosoms, Ac.
GENTS' LINEN DU8TER8, Linen Shirts. Linen and
Caa-imoro Pants, Plantation Pauts, Felt and Straw Hats,
Cares and cartoons LAbltS' AND MEN'S BALMO
100 boxes White, Black and White, and Black R?OH
E8, Ladles' Trimmed Hats, Hoop Skirts, iO to 16
POCKET BOOKS, Spool Cotton, 811k Sewings, Soaps,
Dressing Combs, Playing Cards, Cologne, Extracts,
Plated Spoons, Knives and Forits, Watch Keys, ttpecta
c?es. Tobacco Boxes, Jewelry, Cutlery, ka.
Conditions cash._April 28
NcKAY Ai CAPIPHI?l.l-,
Next to PoHtofllce, Mnael-strect,
Will soil THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
? barrels JKFFUY'S ALE.
Conditions cssb. April 25
Mattino ! Matting !
DIcHAY & CAR1PUE1LL,
Ntxt to PoatoBlce, Iltasel-street,
Will sell 1 Hid DAY. at 10 o'clock.
14 roBs CHECK CANTON MATTING.
Conditions cash. April 25
Furniture of a Fandly leaving the City.
Next Poat OHlce, IIascl-atr?et.
Will Roll TO-MORROW, 26th lost, at 10o'clock.
MAHOGANY, WALNUT, AND MAPLE BEDSTEADS,
Sofa?, Wardrobe?, Bookcasaos, Bureaus, Sideboards,
Marblo Top Washstauds, Lining and Centro Tables,
Mahogany and cane Seat Chairs, Lounges, Settees,
Moat Satos, Ico Uoasos, MattrosBcs, Bolsters and Pil
lows, Table Knives, Spoon ai Crockery, Glassware, Look
ing Glasses, Cooking Stoves, Towel 8tands, Washing
Machine, Fenders, Ac, Ac.
Condition? ca?b. April 25
Assignees' Sale.? Continued.
B? Mil. lift D1UHK.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock,-will be sold, at mj
store, con.er King and Liberty-streets,
A largo and valuable tuock of DRY GOODS, Shoes
Clothing, Hals, Hardware, Perfumery, Stationery, Mil
llnery, Castile Soap, Ac. Sale to bo continued from da}
to day, till all Is sold. Balo positive ; terms cash oi
. Pieces plain and dotted SWI83
Pieces Nainsook, Cross Bar and Jaconet Muslins
Pieces Victoria Embroidered a Soiree
Pieces Undressed and Irish Linen
I'icceo Longclotb, Brown Homespun
Pieces Denims, Farmer'H Josn
Pieces Figured Lawn, English Prints
Pieces Blue, White and Fancy Flannels
Pieces 0-4 Damask, Linen Huckaback
Pieces Barego, French Lawn, Ohalllea
Pieces Printed Linen, Black and Fancy Alpaca
Pieces Cssalmere, Broadcloth, Crash Towelling, Ore
nadino. Camorlc, Black bilk, Black Satin, ?to. Hoo
Skirt, 10 to 45 Springs; L. B. Shirts. Shirt Bosoms, Fas
-cy, all wool r.blrts, Ladles,' Misses'and Gents'Hosiery
L. Cambric, Hem-Stitch and Turkey Red Hsndkei
chiefs, Ladles' and Gents' Linen and Pnptr Collars
Spool Cotton, Black Linen Thread, Agate and Pearl But
tons. White and Black Braid, Plain and Fancy Elastic
Insortion, Needles, Pins, Mon's Flannel and Line:
Sacks, Oasstmere Pants, Wool and Felt Hats, Ladlei
Straw and Bilk Hats, (latest style). Pants and Cost Bui
tons, Flih Hook snd Linos, Hooks and Eyes, Scrubblnf
Shoo and Horso Brushes, Hftmmers, Hatchet?, W. o
Screws, Table Cutlery, Pocket Knives, Tea and Tabl
Spoons; Casillo snd Fancv Soaps, Pomade, Lubln's Ei
tracts. Black Ink, two onnce bottles; Military OU, Sali
ratus, Canned Meats, Plaxsued, Aloes, Morphine, Qu
nine. Rhubarb. Ac, Ac.
300 pairs Ladies,' Misses' and Gent's SHOES, suitab!
for this market; also, a largo quantity of other artlcli
too numerous to enumerate. April 36
Extensive Saw Mill Property, -near Summerv?l
* 8. C, in full operation.
BY ALONZO J. WI1ITK At SON.
At Private Sals
Two (2) very large SAW MILLS, about 2 ?i miles fro:
Kummer ville, ?. C,'together with a tract of 1200 acr
of heavily Umbered (Yellow Pine) LAND. The Mil
are in thorough order and now in operation, having c
the premiaea all necessary buildings for the aocomm
dation of laborers, Ac. The property la also amply su
piled with Mules, Wagons. Carts, Ac. One Of the Mil
has also attached to li a TOLL GBIST MILL capable
grinding 50 bushels of Corn dally.
For further particulars apply aa above, at our offic
April 25 w? No. 58 EAST BAY.
Residences, Vacant Lot?, Plantations and Farm
AI.O.NZO JT. WHITE Ai SON
Offer at Private Sale, the following VALUABLE BEi
COTTON PLANTATION nearGrabainvillo, B. O., co
talnlng 4000 acres. Residence at WllKamston, 8. <
with Farm attached. Feveral Rice Plantations in Georf
town DlBtrlot, on the Black and Waccamaw Rlvei
Several Lota of Land in Qampstead. high and dry, au
able for building purposes. Flue BuUdlng Lot corn
East Bsy and Elliott streets, 34x101. Handsome Be
denco on Eaat Bay, near 8ociety-street, In perloot or?
and thoroughly furnished. Attractive Rosldenceon I
sel-atreet, a few doors east of Meeting-street; Lot me
urcs 120x100. Plantation on Wando River, CbriatOhm
Parish, containing 900 acres, well settled, suitable
cultivation of cotton and corn; has fine landing on t
river. Vacant Lot in New-Btreet. Fine three-story Br
Resid? nee in Ball-street. Vacant Lot corner Friend s
Broad streets. 135x150. Fine Brick Store, four stoi
nigh, north side of Eociety- street, one door eaat of Kl
street. Two Brick Buildings and a Vacant Lot on
llott-rtroct, 1 he Atlantic Hotel, situate on west eid<
East Bay, near Tradd-street. Vacant Lot In Cann
street, 36x145.' Fine Store situate on Meeting-stn
14,000 ncrcB of Land in Irwin County, Georgia, n
Tbomssvitle, between the Ocmulgee and Flint Bivi
10,000 aorta of Land In Georgetown Dlstrlot; fine Mm
and turpentine Lands. A t-miure of two (2) acre*
Laud on East Bay-street, bounded by fonr (4) stre
Two (2) Plantat lona in Goose Creek Parish, contain
1350 acres. Two (2) Plantattona in S1:. George's Par
containing about 1700 aerea.
For particulars, apply aa above at office,
April 26 wt2 No. 68 BBOAD-8TREE-]
BY II. AI. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A comfortable RESIDENCE of five, rooms, In Csnx
street. No. 76. The lot measnres 176V by 32 feet,
has on it all necessary outbuildings. If not aold
Week, It will be positively sold at auction on Tuet
At private sale, a large ROH/DING LOT on K
street. R. M. MARSHALL,
Broker and Auctioneer, No. 33 Broad-stre
April 25 '_ 8
A Farm for $400 Cash.
BY Q. McBRlDK SMITH.
At Private Sale?
A finely located tract of about 185 acres, ten miles f
Colombia, on the rosi to Charlotte. 20 acres clean
balance heavily timbered Oak and Pino. Beau
spring of water, and two small Houses on same,
could bo made a very pretty placo. Apply as above
No 27 BROAD STREET,
April 98 1 South side near Htato-atrei
Valuable Building Lots on Meeting street.
BY NATHAN ?? OTTOhENuUI.
At Private Sale?
.We will sell at private sale, all that LOT OF Id
situate in Meeting street, west side, opposite the el
Institute Hall; measuring on Meeting street one 1
dred feet by three hundred feet deep, more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND immediately opposite the
of Circular Church, measuring on Meeting atrcot r
ty-ono (01) feetb) two hundred and.eighty (280) fe<
depth, no the h .mo more or less.
The above Lota will be sold as a whole, or can be
gotiated for lu part to suit purchaser*,
For further particulars apply as above.
April 23 _ mw
Valuable Mount Pleasant Lots of Land.
BY SAMSON At AIM Ali.
At Private Sale?
Wilbe sold at Private Sale, st No. 16 Vendue Hi
TWO FRONT LOTS OF LAND at the Landing i
MOUNT PLEASANT. For farther particulars app
our Bales Boom.
April 24_ - a_
A Fine Cltance to Purchase a Church in <
Condition, with Large LoU
BY BOWKKS ib BILCOX.
Will be aold at Private Bale
That ollgablo and well located CHURCH In Mi
street, between St Philip and King-streets, o
South aid?, called the Zion'e EvangeUral Lutl
Church. The building is forl/.flve (45) fee* wl<
fifty (60) feet long, with neat pews, one stde-galler;
front cholr-gallcry, on brick pillars about three or
and a half feet high, and a wlda portico la fron
entire width of the Church. Loi measuring ?
(80) feet wide by two hundred (200) tuet deep.
This Church will be disposed of on aoooonl o
union o? the above congregation with thoProt?
Methodist, now called the Wentworth-***T*eet Lui
Church. For further particular? apply a? above, a
No. 127 MEETING-BTRBE*]
February M Opposite th? Mar
m s? i~\ n C\ A ar m adh SY AH* ?
m?VJyJyJ WITH *16._Stenctl Tool?. I!
yerlenoe neoeetary. The Presidenta, Oaahlor*
Trcasurera of three Banka Indorse the circular,
tree with samples. Addree* the American BtaaeSl
Works, Springfield, Vermoo*. Mai?!
___ mSale of Wines, Liquors and Su
nn H. "W. QAliE ?St CO., No. ?5 W
TOlll , , T. M. CATER, AuonoRKSB,
Will bo sold THIS DAY, 36th instant,
at 10 "'clock,
10 cases CHAMPAGNE
8 case? Musca .?'1
9 ??ses Angelica
3 '.' ?-asks Aroorioin Brandy
2 bill?. Rose Gin
3 caphg Madeira Wine '
3 cans? Port Wine
1 cask I'ortor
1 bbd. Cbampagno Older
3 bbls. Cbampsgne Cider
4000 Havana Bogars, "Flor de Tstr
69 mats Cassia
13 chests Byson and Oolong Tea
1 second-hand standing top D"
1 second-hand no top Buggy
1 secondhand turn over seat II
1 second-hand Philadelphia Bug
3 cases Shoes
47 bbl?. Cldor Vinegar.
LOT OF SUNDRIES, consisting of;
bacco Boxes, Laiher Brushes, Playing
lots, Buck Glove?, Segar Lighters, Too
Blacking, 6 yards Oil Carpet
2 sets 8?cond-hand COACH
A Lot of CARRIAGE BUILDERS'
prising in part: Iron Buggy Dash F
Boxes, Hickory Boggy Running P~
Bpokes, Hickory Buggy Spokts, Elm
Allsop's Pale Ale, Brandy, Oho"
Whiskey, Shoes, Dry Gocn
BY S). ?JiVCOB
THIS DAY, the 2Mb instant, at N
one door from Wciitwortb,
26 casks Allsop'a PALE ALE
? cases Old Broody
? cases Old Bourbon Whiskey
? barrels Old aVinrbtMi WhliX
10 cases Boots and Slices
6 cases Women's Bootees
2 cases Unbleached Hoxaosp
? coses Bleached Shirtings
40,000 Paper Collars, Buperlo
1 cago Plantation Stuffs.
DRY G (PODS, consisting of BLA
SKINS, Casslmercs and Tweeds,
LancasterGinghsms, Chock Mus
chiefs, a nuts' L. O. Handkerchiefs
Cloths, Hosiery, 4c.
EAU DE COLOGNE, Fancy Boa
Unlimited goods received up to
advanced on all kind of merchand
BY ?JT. A. KNSLO
THIS DAY, 26th Instant, at tb
Campsen k Co., Marketoppo
o'clock, will be sold,
? bushels CORN,
Slightly dstnaged on the voy
sold for account of whom it may
BY Wllilltiti .
THD3 DAY, 26th instant, at o
State and Chalmers-street, at 1
A variety of CLOTHS, Fancy
Jewelry, Cutlery, Ac, In lo
A Handsome Half-blood
No. 40 Broa
Will be sold, in front of my o
at 10 o'
A handsome half-blooded
Horses, Mules, Buggies. :
til the hour of sale.
Cotton on ac
BY HENRY C
TO-MORROW, at 10 o'cloc
Store, No. 26 V
Two balsa of UPLAND C
former owner, the Cotton h
On WEDNESDAY, May 2,
2 OYLINDER BOILERS, It)
diameter, with two 131
2 Stationary Engines
7 old IB and 31 pounders
1 lot Yellow Metal
1 lot Wrought Iron
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Anchors
1 lot Cha?na, etc., fto.
1 lot BRASS and OOPP
1 lot Wrought and Cast
1 lot Cha?na ?ko., on A -
SALES OF flOVK
WiU be sold, at Public
Head, 8. O., under th
property, vis :
Two Boilers, taken
Terms cash, in Gov
SALE OF GOV
Will be sold, at Pnb
Ehopp, on St Hete
O., under the direct
One Horizontal Ed
One Locomotive B
One Steam Boiler
Parts of two En?
One Blower Engin
Two Double Hols
Ons Old Boiler
Two Saw Mill Ca
Lot of Oid Machi
Two Hand Rtllrc
Two Iron Piloi H
One set of Rolls
One Power Pun?
Hl Slide Lathes,
19 inch, and one 18
One Bolt Cutter
One Planing M~
One Upright Dr
One Fire Engin
One Wood en P"
One EMM Furn
SIX Iuk Ladle
One Jig Haw an
OnoR. R. 8pll
One Pattern H
Two Pile Drlv
One Timber *
One lo?l. Patte
One 100 fee
ono 64x28*. on
26x19; one Ez
two stories, w
, B A?.E o
?, p. C. at 12
Rl rets. Iron
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