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1_ CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 26. 1866. 5
F The Daily ?STews.
THURSDAY MORNING, ATRIL 26, 1866.
LAIWEST CmC?LATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
MW T-TTYT} ?BT OF IjB?TTB?I^S re
smainina: in. the FostofHoe ut tbe end
of oiioh weelc is publisned ofrloiiilly
In THH DAXEjY NTBTWS every JBVi
wing are the Agenta for this papert
EMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect.
?BEND k MORTH, Booksellers and Stationers,
ibia, 8. 0.
J. 3. RYAN, BarnweU, a 0.
M. TBIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartauburg, 8. O.
T. D?BOIS, Marion.
& HARBY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison oo., Fla.
PATRICE A HUVEY, Maoon, Georgia.
B. A. MoENIGHT, Unlonville.
3. R. ALLEN. Cheater O.H.,B.O.
JOSEPH H. SEARS, "Mew South," HUton Head.
W. a LANCE, GrohomTillo P. O., Beaufort, a a
B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro', a 0.
H. L. DARR, Bumter, S. 0.
I THAD. a ANDREWS, Orangeburg, a C.
?.I. HERSHMAN, "Journal offloo," Oamdeo, a a
3. M. DROWN, "Southerner offloe," Darlington, S. C.
M. M. QUTRH fit BRO., Augusta,
3. H. ESTELL, SaTannah, Go.
D3AA0 DAVEGA, Agent in New Tor*.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 706 Broadway, Mew York,
aas always the latest dates of the Baut News, as he
does of all the other principal journals of the country.
?JW BSE SECOND AND THIRD PA9B3. -?I
Messes. M. M. Quinn & Bbo. have kindly laid
upon oar table the May numbers of DemoresCs
and Leslie's Magazine?. Both are most excellent
ambers. Quinn has them for sale.
Election.?The following is tho reimlt of the
election held yesterday for Aldermau of Ward No.
8, to fill tho place yacated by tbe death of J. W;
W. H. GiUlland...
The Stock M?hret.?John 8. R?aos & Oo. sold
at aaction yesterday, at their Real Estate and
Stock Exchange, tbe following stocks and securi
ties at tbe annexed figares:
$70 in City Six per cent. Stock?70.
$2*0 in City Stock?72.
$300 in City Stock?71?.
$260 in City Stock?71>?.
$610 in City Btook?72.
$660 in Oily Stock?72.
$800 in City Six per cent Stock?72.
$1000 in City Six per cent Stock?72.
$043 in Stats of South Carolina Six per cent?61.
$2000 In City ot Memphis Bonds?71.
12 shares Charleston Gas Company Stock?18.
Coupons Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad?SIS.
Coupons Spartanburg and Union Railroad (State Guar
Conpono State of South Carolina?60.
Coupons Northeastern Railroad?68.
Coupons Greenville and Colombia Railroad?40.
Coupons Charleston and SaTannah Railroad (8tate
Coupons South Carolina Railroad?69.
DiBTmauxsHZD Arrival.?We have the ploaanro
of saying that the splondld steam engine Pioneer,
belonging to the Charleston Company of Axemen,
arrived yesterday in the Quaker City, ac
oompanied by Mr. Oun and Mr. Tiller, of the
firm of Clafp & Jones, the bailders. We have
not, as yet, had tbe gratification of seeing or
knowing this elegant specimen of engine work,
bat hope soon to make an acquaintance. We
wish all BucoesB to oar Fire Department, and shall
not be surprised, at an early day, to see it ase en
tirely stoam machines.
"The Battebt."?Our citizens, we feel assnred,
will be pleased to learn that the White Point Oar
den Bathing Hoase has been thoroughly repaired,
and on the first of May will be opened to visitors,
who can there enjoy the luxury of a marine bath.
Refreshments will be served, and good attendance
eooured. So we' learn from the posters in the
streets,-and from advertisement in another col
umn of The News. Messrs. Fraby A Kilboy
merit th? thanks of the community for the enter
prise^ they have manifested in getting this very
maori dilapidated resort into first rate order, and
we hope they will be handsomely rewarded by the
liberal patronage of the community.
A French Paper.?We learn that it is in contem
plation to establish a weekly French paper in this
city ;, name not yet determined on. There are
many French residents in Charleston who will
welcome auch an enterprise. There Are, more
over, very many persons here who have enjoyed
the advantages of a French education, who will
be pleased to have an opportunity of keeping up
their knowledge of the language.- The numerous
female schools all over the State, where French is
part* of the rogular curriculum, will doubtless
?vail themselves of this convonlont vehiole for ac
quainting thcir pensionnaires with the mixed ver
nacular of society, found nowhere'else in finch per
fection as in a good newspaper. Major DuBos,
we feel ABBured, would make a competent editor,
and wo hope he will meet with saffloient encour
agement to warrant him ; in entering apon the
publication of this Journal at an early day.
The Carolinian, in Colombia, B.C., basc?me
to life again. Tho first number reached ub a few
days ago, and makes a very presentable appear
ance. After a suspension of over a year, owing to
"oiroamstaaees beyond its control," this journal
once more sets its sails to the breeze, and we wish
it a safe and prosperous voyage.
Co ?bt or General Sessions.-Promptly at the ap
pointed hoar yesterday morning Jadge, juries, at
' torneya.'witnesBOB, &o., woro in attendance, and
proceeded to the transaction of the business before
them. Several oases of offences oommitted some
tfcne back have been brought to the consideration
of the Court,and been disposed of by trial or other
: wise, and we believe that but few of this charac
ter now remain for consideration. In some of
these there have been long delays, arising from
| causes, no doubt, growing oat of the unsettled
, stato of affaire during the war, bat thoy will all
probably bo brought before long to a' final settle
ment; and Ihe trial?f offences more recently com
mitted, and df more immediate concern, will be
Tho session yesterday was a short one, and very
littleofjpublieinteresttranspired. '. '.?
The OTABd Jury made a report ?f several mat
' tcr? con?rilttod to'thorn for Investigation on Tues
day, which win be properly noticed when the
cosca como up for trial.
Other- bills were then referred to thorn, and
"manytwitne'sses on the part of the State being
sworn to give evidence before them, the Jury re
. tired to the discharge of their duty.
Some petition? for citizenship were presented,
and being sustained by the required proof, the
petitioners wore declared duly entitled to their
There being no further business for tho imme
diate consideration of tho Court, it was adjourned
at Hi o'clock to meet this morning at the aeual
Paovo?T Coubt.?Tom Botta, colored?Steal
ing.?L. Sarobei testified that on Tuesday fore
noon defendant jerked down an apron that was
hanging in front of his atoro, and was patting it
on when he caught him. Witness said that de
fondant had stolen one before. Sentenced to
thirty days' imprisonment.
Samuel Freier, colored?Violating City Ordi
nance.?Charlea Bentbam, colored, testified that
on Tuesday last, as he was passing through Friend
street, near Gen. Soiinierlx'h lot, he saw night
soil, whioh had been emptied from a cart on the
spot, belonging to defendant, and whioh was very
filthy. The lot is In the burnt district. Sentenced
to 13 fine or three days' imprisonment.
Jack Mason, colored.?Disorderly Conduct.?
Isaao Moye, colored soldier, testified that the de
fendant, on Tuesday last, was at a colored ball In
Tradd-street, and was very riotous; defendant
made believe he was drunk and wanted to fight
witness ; he was held baok by another man, or
would have attacked witness ; defendant was so
threatening that witness was going to draw hie
sword. Defendant rebutted this in a statement
made, and said he considered his life in danger
from threat? made by the prosecutor. Sentenced
to a fine of $2 or two day a' imprisonmeot.
David Joseph, colored.?Stealing.?Jamba Mabsb
testified that the defendant stole three turkies out
of his yard, and that bis boy having met him in
the street, and recognizing them, brought defend
ant baok to his premises, and that defendant ac*
knowledged to witness that he had stolen them
from him. Sentenced to ten days' imprisonment.
Michael Lee, Co. F, 6th Regulars.?Drunk.?
Policeman Oahey testified that he found defend
ant lying down drunk on Tuesday night, in Lau
rens-stTeet, and that he placed him in the Guard
House. Beferred to the Captain of his oompany.
Ellen Allaton, colored.?Keeping a Disorderly
House.?O. W. Mabbh ?i.i. testified that dofendant
lives in Coming, next the corner of Tanderhorst
street, and that he lives nearly opposite to her
residence, where there is dancing day and night.
Witness stated that on last Monday night, be
tween nine and ten o'clock, there was quite a row,
and there were one or two shots fired. Witness
went ont and saw a large crowd of colored per
sons, and heard very obscene language?that tho
house has been complained of by all theneghbors.
Witness' family hayo been compelled to leave
home in the day time in consequence of the ill
conduot of the defendant. Lieutenant Coras, of
the City Police, testified that he seldom passes
this house while on duty but he hears riotouB -son
duct going on, and that ho has seen drunken men
and women come out of there frequently. About
six wcekB ago he called on dofendant and warned
her that eho would get into trouble if she did not
stop her present course, but that she still con
tinues to keep the same riotous establishment.
Mayor's Coubt.?A seedy individual, who was
so drunk that he had to be transplanted from the
street to the Guard House, was fined two dollars;
but not having the money, he was put in a hot
house, where he oan have a chance of sprouting.
A young man, who had been robbed, as he said,
and was found weeping, like Caiub Mabitjs over
the rniuB of Carthage, only he was on a door step,
was fined two dollars, which he appeared deter
mined to pay.
Two men, for butting agAinst front doors late at
night, were fined five dollars eaoh, and would
have paid it, but they hadn't it.
Conosbt in New Yobk -roa tub Benefit or tub
CBABiiSrro-ti Sdffebebs.?We notice in the New
Turk Her aid of the 23d, that a concert for the
benefit of the distressed people of Charleston, S.
C, was to be held that evening at the Cooper In
stitute, under the direction of Mr. It. Gonzalez.
Madame Da Lussan and other artists will assist,
and Mrs. Gonzalez will preside at the piano.
Bishop Ltkch was to address the audience.
B&v. Whitetoobd Smith, D.D.?The New Or
leans Time?, of the 18th, in giving an acoount of
a Bible Meeting of the General Conf?rence of the
Methodist Episcopal Churoh South, says : " The
opening exeroises by Bev. Drs. W. A. Smith, of
Virginia, and J. Bobino, of Texas, were solemn
and impressivo, but the two addresses by Bev.
Br. Whttztoobd ?Smith, of South Carolina, and
Bev. Dr. P. P. Nbbxt, of Alabama, were apparent
ly the principal attractions of the evening, and
certainly were most gratifying to. an audienoe as
sembled by anticipations so elevated as not to be
easily met. This appreciation of exalted and im
passioned and yet chastened and classic elo
quence, was manifested by a rapt attention, con
stituting tho highest tribute an orator can re
FntST National Bank.?The Columbia Phoenix
of yesterday enya: "We are glad to learn that
the First National Bank of Columbia was organ
ized in this city on yesterday. The following gen
tlemen were elected as Directors; : Col. John S.
Pbzstom, L D. Childs, E. J. Anraun, J. G.
Oibbbb, J. P.'Botjtbkbn, O. H. Baldwin and 0.
"The institution is expected to go into opera
tion at an early day, and we learn that Col. Tuza
ros leavoa this morning for Washington to com
plete the arrangements for the immediate opening
of tho bank. We haye no doubt but this
bank will be a great accommodation to the com
munity, and the names of the directors are a suf
ficient guarantee to insure buccohh."
Teleobapb Lmi to Gbebnvtltjc.?The Colum
bia Phoenix says; "Some years ago, when we were
suffering from the want of a direct line north
wards, via Charlotte, N. 0., Col. Bullock, the
able and energetlo head of the Southern. Express
Company, made arrangements with the. Charlotte
and South Carolina Bailroad Company, and the
Express Oompany built the line. About the same
time we learn that he proffered some similar ar
rangement to the Greenville Bailroad Oompany,
and we learn that the Express Oompany are now
running their messengers and freight over this
road. This reminds as of the former proffer of
Col. Bullock, and we have no doubt that, when
the matter is brought to bis attention, he will go
to work and erect th? line. This line would be of
great importance to the people of the State, both
in the upper and lower sections, connecting moun
tain and seaboard, and would doubtless bring ad
ditional business to tho Express Oompany man
aged by Col. Bollock."
i ? s
We are sorry to announce, ?ays tho Nashville
Dispatch, speaking of Bishop Boule, that this
patriaron of Methodism In America is rapidly de
clining. Bishop Jobhoa S?urJi la about eighty-five
years of age, and every one who has read or heard
anything of religious demonstrations during the
last half century, th'.nka of Bishop Souls when
ever the people of bis persuasion are mentioned.
Few men have devoted all the energies of so great
a mind to the minia tratlons of religion excluaitc
ly aa he has done, for an equal number of years.
Perhaps none have preached the gospel more
11 oworfully, by practice as veil m by precept,
Auction Bales This Day.
Lkb k Co. will sell this day, at North Atlantio Wharf,
at 10 o'clock, the schooner Lightftot.
McKay A Campbell will sell this day, at their
sales rooms, Haa'l street, next the Postomce, at 10
o'clock, elegant f urn i turo belonjilng to a family about to
leave the olty ; also, carriage horse, draft horse, Ac
Ha-miY Coma k Co. will sell this day, boforo tliolr
store, No. 26 Vendue Ringe, at 10 o'clock, two bales of
upland cotton and bananas.
MiLT.n Drakjb will sell this day, at his store, oorner
of King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, the balance of
assigned goods. A
Geobok Huneken will Bell, this day, in front of his
store, No. 18 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, onions,
Rhine wine, furniture, old clothes, Ac
F. Backus will sell this day, in front of his store,
No. 186 Meeting street, at 10 o'clock, wines, champsgno,
segars, dry goods, etc.
Bowkbs A SiLCOX will sell this day, in thoir store,
No. 127 Meeting street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,
new and second-band furniture, segars, brown linen,
Jos. Vf. Dnown A Co. will seU, this day, at Froser's
Wharf, at half-past 10 o'clock, a wood and lumber boat.
Samson k Anean will sell this day at their oalos room,
No. 16 Venduo Bange, at 10 o'clock, furniture, dry
goods, potatoes, Ac
Biixiabdb.?We call the attention of our readers to
the advertisement of Messrs. Lobimo k Tubnkb in an
other column of to-day's paper. We have inspected
their handsome rooms, and can assnre all lovers of this
beautiful game that thoy will and not only a largo and
pleasant totale and elegant tables, but everything else
that belongs to a first class billiard saloon. The adver
tisement mentions other attractions, to which we refer
Rveby one coming to the city, generally likes to stap
at a Hotel combining comfort with economy. This is a
groat desideratum. Sometimos men moke abort s'aya.
Now, the house to be opened by Mr. Pabkf.b, on East
Bay-street?American Hotel?is to be conducted on the
European plan (Uke Swxbnr's and Lowkdes', in New
York), where a man can rent his room, with a olean
nioe bed, and eat where he pleases, stay as long aa be
pleases, and go where ho pleases.
Splbhdid IhbtbUbUmt.?Those of our readers who
desire to purchase a first-class piano, bath with respect
to elegance of appearance, tone and thorough complete
ness, are invited to visit the establishment of Kbac
bhaai? A Co., No. 19 West Houston sire? t, near Broad
way, New York. An examination of these superb instru
ments will at onoe show their high character both with
regard to their superior manufacture and richness of
tone. Bead the advertisement elsewhere, containing
fuller particulars. The fact that. the gentlemen com
posing the firm are practical man of experience and
skill, and that overy piano must, be perfect in every re
spect before it leaves their warerooms, is a sufficient
guarantee of their great excellence.
With a FAMUvr. case in your house, you may pre
vent sickness, prevent Buffering, prevent expense, and
loss of time, or the children having the Measles, or
Scarlet Fever, or Whooping Cough, or even Fever, by
using preventives in the case. H?mfhbxts' Spectpio
HoifotoPATBio Mxdiclhk CouFAjtY, No. 062 Broadway,
New York. 6
Mm. Pabtihoton Insulted.?The White Mountains
of New Hampshire are evidently a great Institution?
very high, heavy frosts, beautiful view, four dollar din
ners. But the practical eye of a certain renowned
Dbake saw thoso smooth-faced rocks, and thereupon
adorned snd variegated the bridle path to the Tip-Top
House with his familiar S. T.?1860?X. Plantation
Bxttxbb. This raised the ire of the Mrs. Pautinqtonb
composing the Legislatura of the Granite State, who got
their wise heads together, outlawed Dr. Dsakb, and
make it a panal offence to ply the artistlo crush on their
beloved hills. Verily, the fine arts are at a discount In
New Hampshire. Qaory.?Did Dbakb pay them for
this splendid advertisement? tuthaS April 21
0. B. & A. S. JOHNSON,
No. 273 KING-STREET,
ABE RECEIVING FULL SUPPLIES OF SPRING AND
BY EVERY STEAMER,
FOR MEN AND DOTS? WEAR.
A FULL SUPPLY OF FINE CLOTH, GASBIMERES
FORSPRIN? AND SUMMER WEAR,
WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDEB OB SOLD BY
AU goods sold at this House will be warranted equal
to the beat Custom Work. Garments cut and made at
the ahorteat notice.
April 13 fstuth8
GEOfiGE W/ WILLIAMS & CO,,
FOB. SALE ON ACCOMMODATING T?.?.MB,
OF ASSORTED H?HBEES,
April 14 BtuthIO
ICECREAM I ICE CEE All!
No. 105 EAST BAY.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
X hut Customers and the public In general, that he
bou this day opened his ICE CREAM SALOON tor this
He also has, in addition to his extensivo Soda Water
Manufactory, received by late arrivals new apparatus to
manufacture the delightful and cooling beverage oallod
"MEAD," which will be sold every day f-cah from the
glass Fountains, at the old and well known stand,
No, 105 EAST BAY.
8UO0ESSOR TO OHUPEIN.
Hill 2* tuthsS
THE SUMMER RETREAT
IS NOW OPEN FOR PIO-NIO AND MAROONING
PARTIES, being convenient to the City, only a few
minutes' walk from Line-atreor, on Meeting-Street road.
Fcr terms, apply aa above, ,. i* April 2+
TO THE . '
?eiitlcnic? of Charleston M Vicinity.
THE USDEHBIGNED DX8IBK TO INFORM THEM
that they have loosed the second floor of the build?
1 ng on the OOUNER OF MARKET AND KING STBEETS
(known m the Adgor building), where they have fitted
up, in every particular, a first-class BTLLlABD HALL,
comptiilng Eleven Tables, from the manufactory .of
Messrs. Ka vana? h k Decker.
Those wishing to pass a pleasant ovenlng In the- enjoy.
ment of this gams, cannot but help to find this the cool
est and best adapted room in the Olty.
A private SAMPLE BOOM Is BlUched, stocked with
ttv? finest importation s.
Qentl6mon ore Invited to call and lnrpc :t for them
**"* L0RING & TURNER.
Desirable Real Estate at Private Sale.
BY A. J. NALI\,\S.
At Privato Sale?
Thot ellglb'y located TWO AND A HAU*
8TOIIV WOODEN BE8IDENOF,situated in tho
wp?t side of Anson-strsot. oppoilio to Laurens
_.?treet, containing six square rooms, tho base
meut of which can, with v< ry small expenso, be con
vi-rtol into five pleasant rooms. Tho Lot is largo, wn
H11 ring in front eighty-five (86) fret, by .two hundred and
thirty (230.1 In depth, more or ins?, upon which is a sub
stontiol Brick Kitchen of four rooms. Carrlogo Hot? so,
8tal)les and otbt-r Outbuildings, and an excellent well of
water and espacions Cistern. Tho rear of tho Lot Is laid
out as a vegetable garden. The Immediate viol til ty of
this propetty to business marts, renders it doslrablo as
a rcsldouco or os sn Investment,
That nut ondpleosautly located DRICK RESIDENCE,
situated on tho northeast corner of Coming and Oroon
streets (recently pnt in complote repair), containing four
?qusreaod two comfortable attio looms. Tho lot mea
.tures thirty-seven feet (37 feet) frout on Coming-street,
by ? feet In depth, upon which Is a Kitchen containing
tw-> room?, and other necessary Outbuildings, eis
That desirably located THttEE AND A HALF STORY
BUILDING, on the east ?ide of King-street, No. ?,
boisg the fifth hoaso north of Hudson-street, contain
lng eight large rooms, tho lower room now occupied as
an office, and entirely soparate from the residence?can,
with very little expense, be converted Into a hand
somo store. Tho Lot measures thlrty-thro? feet six
inoh?s on King-street, by two hundred and seven feet
in depth, more or less, and upon which are spacious
Outbuildings. This property is susceptible of great im
provement at a small cost, and offers a raro opportunity
THAT DE8IBADLY LOCATED 2y, STORY WOODEN
HOUSE, iltuated on the south side of Queen-street, sec
ond houts west of East Bay, containing six rooms, tho
lower portion now occupied as a store. Tho lot meas
ures twenty-six feet six Inches on Queen-street, by sov
enty-flve feet lu depth, m ore or loss. This being sn excel
lent stand for business, and the rapidly advancing ten
dency of property in this vicinity, renders this an excel
lent opportunity for Investment.
THAT DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED 2X STORY
WOODEN RESIDENCE, situated on the north sido of
Lamboll.?trcet, 2d door west of Legare-streot, with large
piazza to the smith,and rocontly put in thorough repair,
containing ? rooms. The lot is very large, measuring
? feet in front on Lamboll street by ? feet in depth,
npon which 1? a large Kitchun, Carriego House, and
other outbnUdlogB. The heolthfulnoss and respectabil
ity of this location renders it highly desirable as a resi
Tho above described property will positively be sold.
For further particulars and terms, which will be nudo
accommodating, apply is abovo, to
NOS. 21 AND 23 VENDUE RANGE.
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A pleasant RESIDENCE, in Hey ward's Court, No. 4
House contains Ave rooms, ond-*hss ampio servants' ac
commodations, with a fino weU of water; lot measures
40 by 80 feet;_8_April 26
BY R. SI. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A comfortable RESIDENCE of five rooms, in Cannon,
street. No. 76. The lot measures 176 by 32 feet, and
has on it all necessary outbuildings. If not sold this
week, it sill be positively sold at auction on Tuesday
Atprlvtte sole, a large BUILDING LOT on King
street R. M. AIABSHALL,
Broker and Auctioneer, No. 33 Broad-street
BY AL'.JNZO J. WHITE ?V RON.
WIU be rented that extensivo STORE, known
as No. 7 SEoot Boy, formerly occupied by Herck
enratb, Lesesno k Huger. Said Building is
_i.four (4) stories high, and has extensive Store
houses eitondlng book 210 feet. Being next the Custom
House, it is well adopted fur a Bonded Warehouse. It
baa o fine entr?nos to whole extent of book atores. The
upper portion is very commodious, and is suitable for
, the accommodation of a large family or for a Boarding
House? , ,. . .
Por particulars opply as above, at onr office,
April 21 tuthl No. 68 EAST BAY.
IN ALL THE FIRES!
New Yobs, April 9,1866.
Meurt. Herring <? Co. :
Gkhtlimcm : I have Jnst opened my HERRING'S
POTENT SAFE, which has loin among the embers of the
Broadway and Fulton atreet fire sinoe Friday morning,
the 6th instant.
The Hof? was in my office on the third floor of the five
story building No. 202 Broadway, and was in the hottest
part of the fire. Notwithstanding the foil and the great
heat endured, the Safe bas been trne to its name and Its
trust, and faithfully eustained the reputation of yonr
All my books and papers contained in the Safe are in
as good condition as before the Are, except the slight
damage occasioned by the ?team which comes from the
fire-proof Oiling. JOHN B. BBHRMANN.
BROADWAY AND BABCLAT-ST.
BIHG OF RING'S BUILDING.
The Books, Papers and Money
Come Out .?411 Safe I
New Yobk, April ?, 1866.
Messrs Rtrring c6 Co., No. 261 Broadway :
GB-XT8- The HERRING'S PATENT SAFE we bought
of yon a few years ago, has Just been dng ont from the
ruins of tlia recent extensive fire corner of- Broadway
and Barclay street Onr bnlldiog, Ne. 381 Broadway,
where tho Are originated, was entirely destroyed, and
we had barely time to escape with onr lives. The Safe
was exposed to intense heat, yet we are happy to inform
you that everything it contained?books, papers and
money?are all as good as new.
. 3. H. BANG, No. 231 Broadway.
COR. MEETING AND MARKET 8TB.,
?HAKLESTON, S. O.
H EBBING k CO. MANUFACTURE TWO KINDS OP
Which has stood, most nnccessttally, tho test of fires In
all ports of the world. The other, a
Mode of HERRING k FLOYD'S Prsnkltnlsed Iron,
WHICH HAS NEVER YET BEEN PENETRATED BY
BURGLARS. ALTHOUGH SUBJECTED TO MANY AT
The ordinary PIBE PROOF SAPES are not BURGLAR
PROOF. mth2 April 38
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
*T*iHE 8?B80RIBEB, HAVING JU8T BETURNED
A. trou the North, takes this method of informing
the publio that he Is receiving a full ??sortment oi
CLOTHS, 0AB&BIIIERE8, COATINGS AND VE8TINGS
of the but foreign and domeatlo n*i*?nnfs<>tnra> adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, andet
very low figures, perseas -iriahlng any thins ta nur Uns
will and it to their advantage to gtvs a? a call, ?sihave
the most experienced workmon, and am prepared to
make tbem up In the very best stylo at stegerton k
Richard?' old stand, No. M Broad-street
MtxchW J. 0.PH?LLIPB,
Wines, Champagne and Segars.
BY F. BACKUS
THI8 MORNING, tlio 26tb, will bo sold, In mv Store,
No. 136 Meeting streot, opposite the Pavilion Hotel, at
half-post 10 o'clock.
? caeca of ANGELICA WINE
0 cases of Port Wlno
1 cano of Sherry Wlno
4 baskets of Heldslck's (pint) Champagne.
30,000 PINE 8EGAR8.
Terms cash. April 5C
Drv Good', ?be., Ac.
BY V. BACKUS.
THIS DAY. tbo 26tb, will be sold, in my Store, No. 130
Meeting street, opposito tho Pavilion Hotel, at half
past 10 o'clock,
A LARGE 8TOOK OF DRY GOODS, oonsiallng of
Plain i-wlss Muslin, pleceB of Dotted 8wlss Muslins,
10 pieces of Extra Undressed Irish Linen, pieces of
English Prints, pieces of French Prints, 4-4 Fine Un
drensod Longclo bs, Mourning Calicoes, Cbambrays,
Plain Linen Towels, with red borders; pieces of Linen
Huckaback, Paper Cambric, very fine; Black and Color
ed Alpacas, Plain Linen Cambric Bandkcrchlefs, Fine
Hem-Stitched Linen Cambrio Handkerohlofs.
A larpo assortment of MADRAS AND PRINTED
MUSLIN HANDKERCHIEFS, Extra Fine Largo Gents'
Linen Cambrio Handkerchiefs, Linen Shirt Fronts,
pleoes of Spring Olotb, far summer wesr; Hosiery and
Gloves of every deso? iptlon. Pins, Thread, Needles,
Scissors, Straw Hate, Scoop Bonnets, and a fine assort
ment of Suminer Clothing, to be sold in suits.
40 paira FINE BROGAN8.
Terms cosh on delivery._April 22
Cotton on account of former owner.
BY HENRY COBIA AND CO.
THIS DAY,' st 10 o'clock, will be sold beforo our
Store, No. 26 Vendue Range,
Two bales of UPLAND COTT >N, sold at tho risk of
former owner, the Cotton having been found unsound.
Terms cash. April 30
BY HIOMltV I (MilA & CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, before our store,
No. 26 Vendue Ronge,
S crates BANANAS.
Conditions cash. April 26
Assignees' Sale.? Cotdinued.
IIY MILKS DUAKK.
At 10 o'clock THIS MOBNINO. I will sell at my Btoro,
corner of King and Liberty streets,
BALANCE OF ASSIGNED GOODS,
CONHIBTINO OF I
Cases of MEN'S BROGANS and BALMORALS
Coses Lodioo' Goat Balmorals
Cases Ladles' Gaiters
Cases Misses' Congress and Balmorals
Cases Men's Creole Congress
Cartoons Ladies', Misses', and Children's Galten,
Eld Slippers, &o
Pieces Kentucky Jean, Longoloth
Brown Homespun, Printed Lawn, L. O. Hdkfa.
Gents', Ladles', oni Misses' Hosiery
Linen Collars, Parasols, Ac.
1 COOKING STOVE
1 box 1'obacco.
6 cases CHAMPAGNE CIDER.
Furniture, Dry Goods, Potatoes, etc.
BY ?AllSOl? & AIM AR.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 26th lnst., at 10 o'clock, at our
Sales Room, No. 16 Vendne Bange,
COI TAGE BEDSTEADS, Mattresses, Cote snd Mat
tresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Blankets,
ENGLISH BOOTS AND SHOES, Ladles' Gaiters, Cloth
and Glazed Caps, Shirts, Coats, Ladles' Hats, Handker
chiefs, Velvet Blbbons, Belts, Children's Clothing,
Pocket and Tablo Knives, Tea and Table Spoonr, Bcis
Borr, Hat Brushes, Flax Thread, Madder Prints, Dress
Goods, Straw Hate, Lead Pencils, Linen Shirt Collars.
80 bushels of S. I. COTTON SEED, barrels of Pota
toes, Groceries, and 2 bales of Cotton.
Conditions cash. April 26
Sew and SecontL.Hand Furniture, Segar?, Brown
BY BOWERS Ai SILCQX.
WU1 be sold THIS DAY, in our Store, No. 127 Meeting
street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,
NEAT COTTAGE SETS, Bedsteads with posts for pa
Mahogany Buieans. Secretarios and Bookcases
Cane -Seat Chairs, Mahogany Tables, Wash stone s
Largo French Feather Pillows, Bolsters
Double and Single Mattresses, Cots
Child's Willow Table Chair, Common Chairs
One Corn Weigher, piece* of Brown Linen
Hegars, Paper Collars. Ladles' Work Collars, Shirts
Portfolios, one neat Shower Bath, 8 barrels Porter
Cooking Stoves, lot of Pots, oto.
Conditions casta. April 26
BV ?KO. HDNEKB-?.
Will be sold, THIS DAY, the 26th instant, before my
store, No. 13 Vendne Range, at 10 o'clock,
14 bbls. ONIONS
20 oases Rhino Wine
? boxes Chalk Pipes
? cases Sweet Oil
? casos Caraway Seed, Pimento.
A lot of OLD FURNITURE, old Clothe*. Silver Plated
Castors, 1 China Tea Set, Gold and Silver Watches,
Jewelry, Pocket Knives, Combe, Spool Cotton, Envel
opes, Pens and Penholders, Blocking, Sundries, etc
Conditions cash. April 26
Wood and Lumber Boat.
Will sell THIS DAY. at Froser's Wharf, at 10>i o'clock,
A WOOD AND LUMBER BOAT, IN GOOD ORDER,
carries 30 cords wood, and of the following dimensions:
CO feet long, 18 feet beam, and 6>i feet depth of hold.
Conditions cash. April 26
BY LE K Si CO.
Will be sold, at 10 o'clock, THIS MORNING, 2G:h lnst,
aa she now lies at North Atlantic Dock,
The schooner LluHTFOOT. She has a complete set
of Bails and rigging, in good order, la thirty-two (82) feet
Ion?, ten (10) feet wide, four (4) feet deep, and measures
twenty-one 46-1CO (21 46-100) tons.
Can be treated for at Private Sale, at No. 1 Broad-street,
basement State Bank. April 26
Choice New Crop Molasses, imported direct from
BY J. A. KMsLOW Ai CO.
TO-MORROW, 27tb lnst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, on
Brown's Wharf, alongside of British schooner Alert,
just arrived from Havana,
61 hhda. very superior NEW CROP MOLASSES.
April 26 _
BY J. A. EN H LU W dt CO.
On WEDNESDAY next, 2d May, will be Bold, at public
auction, at the north side of the old Custom Houso,
Bast Bay, at 11 o'clock,
THE BOILER of the steamer "General Hooker," as
it now lies on Sullivan's Island beach. The Boiler is
two year, old and in good order. Size?2) feet long, 8
feet in diameter.
THE ENGINE of said steamer, as it now lies on Bald
beach, in detached parts. It is two years old, built at
Kost Boston, by MoKay k Aldus, 28 in. cylinder, 1%
Three ANCHORS AND CHAINS and one Iron Water
THE HULL of said steamer, as It may be found; and
one fqnare-storned Yawl Boat.
By order of F. G. COLLINS,
April 26 thamw4 Underwriters' Agent.
An experienced Nurse and Pe?nale Physician?
Presents to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the procesa of Toothing, by
aoftenlng the gums, reludng all Inflammations, will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodlo action, and is
SUBE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to youtserve?
Relief and Health to Your Infants,
We bare put np and sold this article for over thirtj
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what w,
have never b?en able to say of an other medicine?
NEVER HAS XT FAILED IN A B1WGLB INSTANCIA TO
EFFECT A CURB, when timely used. Navor did w e
know of an instanoe of dissatisfaction by any one who
used it On the oonlrary, all are delighted with its ope
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of Its
magical effects and medioal virtues. We speak in this
matter "w.hat we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL.
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In elmoal
every instance where the Infant Is suffarfng from pair
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutos after tho syrup is administered,
Full directions for using wlU accompany each bottle.
Hotte genuino unless the fao tiraite of CURTIS A PUB?
SINS, Hew York, Is on the outside wrapper
Bold by all druggists throughout the woi 14.
Price oasljr 99 Cents per Bottle.
fBr"Ub7 KING & 0A8SXDEY,
Fooroaryaa 6mo Chorieetoa.
Furniture of a Family leaning the City.
HotCAY ?b CAlilPUELli,
Next Post Office, Ilusel-strcet.
Will sell THIS DAY, 20th Instout, at 10 o'clock.
MAHOGANY, WALNUT, AND MAPLE BED8TEADS,
Riifti?, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Bureaus, Sideboards,
Marblo Top Washstands, Lining and Centre Tables,
Mahogany and ?Jane Scot Chairs, Lounges, Settoes,
Meat Safes, Ice Hor.te?, Mattresses, Bolsters and Pil
lows. Table Knives, Spoons, Crockery, Glass*arc, Look
ing Glosf-n, Cooking Stoves, Towel Stands, Washing
Machine, Fenders, Ac, Ac.
Conditions coob._April 26
Splendid Gray Carriage Horse, Draft Horse, Ac
lufcKAY ?0? CAMPUELL,
Next to Poatoftlce, Him-1-street,
WiU sell, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock precisely.
One splendid GRAY CARRIAGE HORSE, gent?o un?
dor soddlo or harness
One Boy Horse (suitable for wagon or draft).
1 Bolo WASHED WOOL
21 dozen Jeffrey's Edinburgh Bottled Ale.
Conditions cash._ April 36
Balance of a Sutlers Slock, die, Ac.
NcKAY ?t CAMPBEhLi, Next to Postoffiee.
Will sell. THIS DAY, ot 10 o'clock,
SATINET, BLANKETS, Head Hsndl?en.u(efs, To
bacco Pipes, Lamps, Axes, Garden Seeds, Clothing,
Hota, 8hirts, Suspendtrs, Htsd Pins, Men'?, Women's
and Children's Shoos, Scales, Cocoa Dlppi rs, Scissors,
Knives, Spoon?, Key Rings, Perlumes, lot Books, Cards,
Ac , Ac, being balance of a Sutlers store. fSRie> '
Csndltionsicasb. April 26
Batesville Shirting and Yarns.
BY JOHN ?Ct. MI l. No it Si CO.
TO-MORROW, 27th test., at 10 o'clock, we will sell, with
out resorye, at onr store, No. 135 Meeting ut ron t by
tho bole, * *
10 bales 7-8 BATESVILLE SHIRTING
6 bales Cotton Yarn, assorted, from 8 to 15.
8 ba'es English COTTON DRILLS.
Conditions cosh. April 2C
I7nr??s<?r*r'ed Sale of Desirable Goods.
BY JOHN i?. ill I UN OH ?St CO.
TO-MORROW, 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
at our Store,
2 chonta GREEN TEA
1 bole, containing 86 pieces. Bleached LongclolliB
*/ casos Mourning Lawns
81 pounds Black Italian Sewing Silk
100 dozen Blaok Skirt Braid
166 groat gross Sono and Metal Pant Buttons
UOO dozen Im. Silt, Turkey Bed and Bandanna Hand
130 dozen Gents' and Ladles' Linen Cambrlo Handker
163 Blaok 811k Mantillas
30 Brown Drill Coats.
Conditions cash. April 26
BY MULLIGAN, MKLCHKHS Ai CO.
On WEDNESDAY, May 2, at 11 o'clock, on Brown's
Wharf, we will sell,
2 CYLINDER BOILERS, 10 feet 6 loches long, 38 inchoe
diameter, with two 13 inch fines each
2 SU'ionory Engines
7 old 18 snd 32 pounders English Guns
1 lot Yellow Metal
1 lot Wrought Iron
1 lot Oast Iron
1 lot Anchors
1 lot Chains, Ac, Ac
1 lot BRASS and COPPER
1 lot Wrought and Cast Iron
1 lot Chains, Ac, on Accommodation Wharf.
; Terms cash._April M
SALB OF GOVKIINMEST PROPERTY.
WIU be sold, at Pnbllo Auction, at 10 o'clock A. M? on
WEDNESDAY, Msy 23d. 1866, at ?Seabrook, near liat?n
Head, 8. 0., under the <llr?r?'tion o( Captain CHARLES
BARNARD, Aaaietant Quarterma ter, the foliowln
STEAMER "CHASSEUR," as she lays on the beach.
Two Boilers, taken from the steamship "Wlnfleld
Terms cash, in Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lient Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
April 19 I epartment South Carolina.
HALK OP GOVKHNltlKNT MACHINERY.
Will be sold, at Pnbllo Auction, at 12 o'clock M?, on
WEDNEBDAY, May 28. I860, at the Army Machine
Shops, on fet. Helena Island, opposite Hilton Head, 8.
0., under the direction of Copt. CHARLES BARNARD ,
THE FOLDOWING PURLIO PROPERTY, vis :
One HORIZONTAL ENGINE, SO inch stroke, 18 inch
One Horizontal Engine, 20 inch cylinder
One Locomotive Boiler
One Steam Boiler Heater
Farts of two Engines, 8 Inch cylinder
One Blower Engine, cylinder
Two Double Hoisting Engines
One Old Boiler
Two Saw MUl Carriages
Lot of Old Machinery
Two Hand Roilrood Cors
Two Iron Pilot Houses
One set of Rollers for Boiler Iron
One Power Punch
m Slide. Lathes, one 40 inch swing, two 20 Icon, two?
19 inch, snd one 18 Inch
One Bolt Cotter
One Planing Machine, 9 foot bed, 32 inch upright
One Upright Drill
One Fire Engine
One Wooden Planer
Three Steam Pumps
One Brass Furnace
Six Iron Ladles
One Jig Saw and Table
One R R. Splitting Saw Table
One Pattern Makers' Lathe
One Morticing Machine
One Foundry Csane
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
Two Pile Drivers
One Furnace Cupola
One Timber Truck
Fifteen thousand Bricks
One lot Patterns.
THE POLLOWING WOODEN BUILDINGS :
One 100 feet long, 86 feet wide, BlocksmlUis' Shop
containing nine Brick Forges, with Bellows, complete
one 64x28; one 70x10; one 24x12; one 19x21; one, two
stories, 129x28; three 20x20; one 12x12; two 26x18; three
26x12; one 20x12; one 110x26; one 260x30; one 2Sx22 ;
one31x20; one 12x8; one lfcxl2;ouo 169x30; one 116x60
two stories, with loft.
Terms cosh In Government fonds.
0. W / THOMAS,
Bv't. Lt Col. and Chief Quartermaster Dep't 8. O.
April 19 _
Will be sold, at Public Auction, at the Governmen
Store House, on South Commercial Wharf, Charleston?
8. C, st 12 o'clock M., on FRIDAY, May 26th, 1868. ?
largo quantity of Government property from the Ar
my Machino Shops on bt, Helena Island, conelsUng
BOILER IRON, CAST STEEL, Bar and Sheet Couper ?.
Zinc Spelter, Sheet Lead, Yellow Metal, Thurber's?
Metal, Points, Chain, Screws, Boiler Tubes, Boiler
Rivets, bon Pipe, Copper Nails, Finishing Nolls, Com
position Nails, Spikes, Nails, Copper Tacks, Bolting,
Bolts, Wire, Hinges, Oars, 8aws, Rope, Oakum, Sheath
ing Psper, Coal Tor, Spnn Yarn, Pitch, Rosin, Charcoal?
Fire Bricks, Hose and Couplings, Clomps for Boiler
Iron, Screw Punches, Pipe Cuttert-, Blowers, Pet Lampa?,
Oil Con?, Crucibles, Fanoets, Squirt Cons, Gong Bows,
Cspstons, Woodward Steam Pumps, Expanders, Hydrou
lio Jocks. Anchors, Steam Gauges, Globe Valves, Chech
Volvos, Gongs, 'Jhermometers, Steam WbUUes, tJrow*
Bars, i-y ringen. Spirit Level Bulbs, Lamps, Solls, Blocke,
Boot Hooks, Compasses, Life Preservers, Cork FenderB,
Jock Screws. Tube Brushes, Iron Tanks, Steves, Store
Grates, Bellows, Portable forges, Platform Scales,
Grlndstono, Moulding Flanks, Shovels, Spades, Black
smith's Tools, Plumber's Tools, Carpenter's Tools,
Catalogues containing a full list of tho artiolcs to bo
sold con be obtained in a few days upon application to
the Quartermasters at Charleston and Hilton Head, 8.
0., and Savannah and Augusta, Go.
Terms cash In Government funds.
n W THOMAS
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Qno-rtennast'er,
April 19 Department South Carolina.
EXTENSIVE HALK OF COTTON MACHIN
The Granitevitle Manufacturing Company having de -
termlned to change their style of Goods and make
PINE CLOTHS, offer, and will sell at Auction, a
Granltevllte, on FRIDAY, 1st of Jone, their entire
Machinery of Nine Thousand One Hundred and
Twenty Spindles and its preparation, all in good order,
and now running on Sheetings, Shirtings and Drills,
Of number fourteen Yarn?consists of?
One Mason's WILLOW
Two Waiting's PICKERS
- Two English Breaker PIC HERS, Walker k Hocldn?
Three English Plnlsher PICKERS, Walker k Hack.
log, Manchester, England
Pity-four Mason's BREAKER CARDS
Sixty six Mason's FINISHER CARDS
bit Mason's RAILWAY HEADS
Four Mason's DRAWING FRAMES
Pout-teen Hill's GEARED SPEEDERS, forty Spindle?
On? CARD OHINDEB_
Forty-three Mason's Warp Ring Traveller SPINNING
FRAMES. 120 Spindles each __,
Thirty-three Mason's Filling n ing Tro V?ller SPIN
NING FRAMES. ISO Spindles each
Six Mason's SPOOLERS, 48 Spindles each
Eight Mason's WARPERS, drop wire
Ten Mason's DRK SERS ..
Two hnndred and thirty-six Mason's yard-wMa
LOOM* , _ .
er BOBBINS, 8plE*nlng BOBBINS and Warping
_L8? REEDS, HARNESS. Ac. Ac
Parties wUhlng to purchiitie bad better como and ex
amine while tho Machinery Is -running.
The Machinery will be boxed and delivered at the
President GronUevlflu Manufacturing OomoM-y.
April 38 I ?Mb?