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IOHARLESTON; DAILY NEWS....APRIL 27. 1866. 5
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Th.e Daily News.
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1866.
.LAtttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LAI?EST CIEC?IiATION Di THE CITY.
? ?TIIHJ LIST OaT LKTTB3RB re
snunlntc In the Fosto-flloe ut the end
of ooh weelx ie p-ablishecl officially
In "MIE} DA.IX1Y NBWS every Fri
BE BEE SECOND AND THIRD FACES.
TheLate Eleotiok.?Wo ara informed that a
proteo, bas boon filed agalnat tho election of Mr.
Jims CoaonoTK as Alderman, in consequence of
illegtuty. It is in tho hand8 of the City Attorney
Betiction in Fabb.?The People's Line or stoam
ers it New York, of whioh Messrs. Willis A
CniBtLU are the agentB, havo reduced tho paB
engt* faro to $30. This is a very laudable action,
and mo that will be duly appreciated by the
Auojbta Chronicle and Sentinel.?Wo had the
R^leastr? of a visit yesterday from M?\btin V. Oal
lit, Bij., Aaaooiate Editor of the Augusta Ohron
cle aid Sentinel Ho ia stopping at the Milla
lousi.and will be in the city for several days.
Abuvsl, of the Q0E8T8 or the Fibemen.?Tho
eorria Independent Fire Company, in charge of
loirengine, and the "Gazelle," in oharge of the
lOBorcol, arrived in tho city yesterday afternoon,
and were eecorted to the Charlea ton Hotel by
1 committee from e&oh of our companies, making
y:-rj protty procession. Tho Georgia engine
?ai been deposited in the honae of the WaBhing
->r Company, and the hoao reel bao been placed
ithoHope Engine Houee.
*t rnF. Ankivehhauy of Masonic; Benevolent
\cnt:r, held at Maaonio Hall, 26th April, tho
y.loiing officers were elected for tho ensuing
Irother JOHN COBBY, President
3rot.Hn- A. IJ-SD8TB0M, Vlco-frealdent.
Brother EBKriEYEBTHAYER Treasurer.
Brother W. A. WILSON, Sforetary.
brother GBO. P. WOOL1, Steward.
Contiittee on Sick: E. J. Folger, A. Krocg, Henry
Ta; ViarLANT Engine Company.?This capital
m piny of young men, who believe that socia
ility promotes good feeling, and that a reunion
etwian themsolvcs and tho former membora,
11 npt only be gratifying to all parties, but tend
engthen their organization, will to-night
very pleasant hour or two at their hall in
street, where, wo feel Batiafied, every one
joy himself to his heart's content. We wish
Thi Savannah News and Herat.**,.?Elsewhere
bi found the prospectus of this able Journal
oui sister city. Mr. Mason has recently pur
sue? the News establishment, and has amalga
tccj that paper and the Herald, of which he was
e founder. The News and Herald is the official
per of Savannah, and has the b?rgest ciroula
n ot any paper in tbo State. It has a splendid
ditorial staff, and is among the beat conducted
mla we receive.
Fh8 So-tBKK at Hibernian Hall.?One of the
y teat features of to-day will be the magnificent
' jtertainment -which is proposed to be given this
'eniag, at Hibernian Hall, by the .Etna Steam
E. Company to tbo German and Waahington
Ire Companion. The entire Hall haa been engag
I, and no effort will be spared to make the even
g a delightful one to the ladies and agreeable
the gentlemen ; and when we mention that tho
?upper ia to be furniahod from the celebrated
cuisine of the Milla House, we know we bring be
fore our readers a very attractive portion of the
A New Steamek fob Ohebaw.?The new steam
Marion, Ce.pt. Mansfield, is advertised to
ko freight for Cberaw, and the landings on the
ee Dee, at Accommodation Wharf, on the 1st o(
ay, tnd to leave with dispatch. This boat wat
ticei in oar columns at the time she wat
ncbed. She bas been built by parties whe
roughly understand tho wants of the Pee Dot
nlry, and whose disposition it will be to afforc
patrons every facility. The Marion is a stern
pfbeel boat of the lightest draught and capable
}f navigating the river if there is any water in the
)cd of the stream? Her Captain and owners arc
lid Pea Dee traders, and are determined to please
Fobval Opening of Messes. Losing & Tobneb'i
iABD Saloon.?Last evening a pleasant en
ainment was given by Messrs. Losing ?5
n?s, at. the splendid Billiard Saloon, Adger'i
ding, corner King and Market streets. Mr
let K avanauoh, the ex-billiard champion o
erica, and Mr. Melvin Fostes, played a garni
0 points, greatly to the interest and aatiafae
of the spectators. Tho largest ran mad
by Mr. Havanatigh, he counting 127 pointe
Fostes, however, came out the winner of th
ho eatablishmont is ono well saited for a first
s billiard saloon, and the proprietors hav
ced great energy and taste in fitting it up s
fOBT a Riot.?As tho Angnata firemen, et
sd by committees from onr city companion
p.seing the Citadel Green, a collision oconrre
1 them and some colored men, in which, i
? one of the latter was slightly wonnded b
1 shot. Afterwards we saw a great crow
agroes In front of Mr. Oosem's saddlery stori
er of Hasel and Meetiog streets, who, as -n
Iwards learned, wore ondoavoring to get 01
tito boy, who tho. colored men said had b
bd the wound, and who bad ran into M
en's for protection. Mr. O. refused to let the)
Jtlio boy, with all their threats and menaco
1 few of tho firemen came np and disperse
|otors. A dotaohmont of colored troops oanr.
but after a short timo were sent back, an
I was perfectly restored.
Papes at Scutes,?Ab -will be seen i
nor column, onr friend, H, L. Dabi?, purpom
fcblish at an early day, at Samter, a new pi
[to be callotl the Somter News. From M
t'a long and varied connection with the prei
1 State, we are assured that bis enterprii
l*be succoReful from the start. There are fe
ar newapaper men than H. L. Dabs. He
(cased of that kind of tact and talent whioh
llspoaeable to the fine s-acceas of a Journal, ai
ich ?o few mon who claim to bo editors hav
jood practical business man, too, thorough
painted with tbo mechanical department of h
pfceeton, and a versatile and sprightly write
hope he will havo all tho patronage be d
dub? of GtcNebal Semions.?This Court m
orcliag to appointment yesterday morning
f ho Grand Jury made a report, finding sever
) bills, and also (browing oat several. One
two other matters were referred to them, when
they retired and subsequently made another re
port, after which they were discharged until
ARRAIGNMENT OF PRIBONSBfl.
The d?fendante in tho following caaes wore next
arraigned, viz : Tho State vs. Dohinioic Morton,
charged with larceny; tho 8tate vs. William Hiqh
FiF.i.ii, for rape; and tho State vs Edward O'Kane,
for larceny and receiving stolen goods. Tho pri
soners each plead "Not Guilty," and for trial
placed themselvoa upon God and their country.
These cases, however, wero not carried to trial
yostorday, but wero postponed for a few dayB.
Thero being no counsel for the defence in the
State vs. MonroN, AshebD. Cohen, Esq., wae as
aigned by tho Court to take charge of the eame,
and the trial appointed for next Monday.
Tho State vs. Jonn Bantin and others, for bur
glary and larceny, was called next in order, and
the prisonore, ' Bantin, Bobinbon, Smith and
Weathebhorn, all of thorn probably under the
age of nineteen, were arraigned for trial upon an
indictment charging them with the commission of
the above crime?*. They all plead "Not Guilty,'*
and being destitute of the assistance of counsel,
the Court appointed Col. B. Vf. Seymour and L. C.
NoiiTuuor, Esq., to conduct their defonoe, and
took a re ce es for three-quarters of an hour in or
der that theae gentlemen might make somo exam
ination of tho matter thua ontrueted to their oare.
The accused oxercised their right of challenge,
and tho Jury whoso duty it became to determine
the question of their guilt or innocence was as
follows : 0. Love, Foreman; P. D. Rogers, N. W.
I)auhkll, W. II. Las-ah, B. Reilb, John Ashhchst,
D. Shea, John Betzbman, 0. Klein, -B. McInneb,
James O'Neil, B. G. Hebiot. For want of space
the account of tho trial will have to be deferred
Provost Court.?Henry Taylor, colored.?Steal
ing.? J. H. Mensinq testified that on Wednesday
morning last, about 9 o'clock, three yards of black
broadcloth were atol?n from his store, No. 201
King-street, by defendant, and that Mr. Flach,
who aaw him tako tho oloth, brought it back with
defendant to his atoro. A. W. Jaoeb testified that
on Wednesday last defendant came hurriedly in a
storo whore witness was, and loft a bundle, and
immediately after Mr. Flach followed in and said
the bundle belonged to Mr. Mensinq. Witness
pursued defendant and caught him. G. W. Flach
testified that he was sitting down in tho back
room reading, and he saw the defendant como in
and take a piece of cloth and put it under his
jacket, and that he called to him, when ho said he
was only going next door. Witness followed him
next door and found the oloth he had stolen. De
fendant ran off. Sentenced to twenty days* im
Peter Pinokney, colored, and Amy Pinokney,
colored_Improper language in tho ntreots.?
Policeman Hennyiiekry testified that he was on
duty on Wodneaday, at the corner of Meeting and
Wentworth streets, and that he heard the defen
dants quarrelling loudly and using improper and
indecent language, and drawing a orowd around.
Witness ordered them to disperse, or he would ar
rest them, and defendant, Peter, said that witness
couldn't take him, and that he had as muoh right
there as witness. When witness did attempt to ar
rest him, defendant tusseled and fought, bat with
assistance ho was at last taken and carried to
Guard House. Peter Pinokney was sentenced to
a fine of 15 or ten days' imprisonment, and Amy
Pinokney to a fine of $3 or ten days' imprisonment.
Benjamin Patrick, colored.?Disorderly condnot.
?Sergeant Fuller, of the Police, testified that on
Wednesday, while Peter Pinokney and Amy Pinok
ney were being carried to the Guard House, fol
lowed by a good many colored persons, the de
fendant, with four or five others, who were riding
alongside in a small wagon, kept saying to Pinok
ney that he ought not to go with police?that ht
wouldn't go with police, Ac. Witness warned de
fendant of snoh conduct, finen he told wit nose
that it was nono of his business, and repeated the
languago to the prisoners. Witness then got some
of the police and, having arrested defendant, pul
him in the Guard House. Sentenced to ? fine ol
$5 or five days' imprisonment.
John Elliott, colored.?Threatening to shoot
' Policeman and carrying concealed weapons.?
1 Policeman Gabbitt testified that on Wednesday
night, as he waB coming off duty on. South Bay.
1 between eight and nine o'clock, he met a womai
1 with two children, who asked witness to go to East
* Bay with her and render her assistance. That
1 he took one of the children in his arms, and she
' the other, and that as he got on the Bay, defend
ant ran against him with bo much force as nearlj
1 to throw the child from him. Witness asked de
1 fendant what ho meant by it, and defendant
1 cursed at him. Witness went to arrest him, whei
' he saw a revolver iu his hand cooked. Witnesi
, then knocked him down and took the pistol fron
. him and carried him to the Guard Honse. Whei
5 aoarcbed there several balls and two bottles o
, whiskey wero found in his pockets. Defendan
was discharged, the Court believing that he hac
f been punished enough by the knock-down.
* Maxor's Cditbt.?Two high-Bpirited gentlemen
who were giving an exhibition of their talents ii
9 "the manly art," were taken to tho Guard House
and while one was fined $5, the other paid a penal
0 of $10 for hitting one or two of the policemen bo
low the belt.
" A female of not prepossessing appearance, wh>
9 was walking the streets lato at night looking fo
0 her husband and unable to find him, did find th
Guard House, and was fined $5 by tho Mayor.
,. A woman with two children, whom she is anxiou
te get in o tho Orphan House, wsb dirootcd to th
d Commissioners of that Institution.
Bubolart.?On yoaterday morning, about three
? quarters after five o'clock, some ingenious ind
vidual out a hole through a shutter of the boc
'? and shoe store, No. 72 King street, and, afte
0 breaking tho glass of the window, passed in, an
lt stole Bhoos and boots to the amount of $50. .
l" jewelry store up King street was entered in th
r* same way a night or two boforo.
i; Mysterious?The Columbia Carolinian, <
d Tuesday, says: "Some two weeks since thre
io freedmen, omployed on the lighter plying bo twee
d Granby and the Bteamer G%orge, being too late t
meet tho lighter at the landing, took ? battes
and started to overtake the lighter. They ha\
n not boon heard of since*. Last Thursday a dea
38 body, supposed to be ono of them, was washe
*' ashore near Bates' Ferry. On tho return of th
r* lighter two dead bodies wore seen floating dovi
,B the river, but owing to the rise could not bo ol
i0 lained. The whole matter is now in the hands <
w Coroner Walker for investigation."
is Bice.?Tho Editor of the Georgetown, 8. C
id Times saya that from conversations had wit
e; many planters in that District, ho does not thir
ly that Georgetown will make over one-eighth of
?o orop of rico this year.
r. I ! I
- MW CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW YOBK I
BTJY CHINA, GLASS, STONEWARE, OOTLSB
BILVER-PLATEDWABE, An. Always on hand, th
ot popular, new and beautiful White Stone Parisian ?1
at ner, Yea and Toilet Bets, handsome as China, sat
. color and shapes, ana half th? price. Call and see
?I yon ; don't purohaae. Goods sent all over the world.
** HADLEY'fl, OOOrKR IK8TIXDTE.
Df April 14 ituth8nio Hid-llo of tho Block,
Auction Sales THaa liny.
3. A. Enblow & Co. will. scU this day, on Brown's
wharf, alongside of the British sohr. Alert, at 10 o'clock,
fifty-one bogeheatls of now crop molagaes.
John O. Mu.Mon k Co. will seU this day, at their
store, No. 13S Meoting-atrcot, at 10 o'clock, Bnteavlllc
shirting and yarns. Also, tea, loegcloths, silk, mantil
las, handkerchlofs, Ac
ArTEHnoN, FrnuMCN !?Madame A. Favikr wUl bo
happy to leo her friends of the Flro Department to-day,
at her weU-known restaurant, next to the Hibernian
Hall. Shi has the wherewithal to cool the ardent spirit?,
or to revive the nagging energies of too gentlemen en
gaged in the procession and parade.
ChkjiK k Obtjdeh.?This enterprising firm continuel
to supply the ettlzona of Charleston with the boat of
groceries of all kinds, and the flnost of luxuries that
can be imported. The sdvertlsements In the paper of
to-day will givo our readers an idea of the fine stock now
in their large e.Ubliahmont, No. 936 King-street, and
we guarantee that but few will reed the list of the
choice articled In tbelr store who will not dealre to pur
Bathing House.?It Is very gratif jlng to soe that the
bathing house at White Point Gardon is to be opened on
tbe flrat of May next, under the proprietorship of
Meaars. F hart k Kixsor, the well known caterers of
No. 314 Elng-atreet, and gontljmon well quail nod to un
dertake the management of jaat auch an institution aa
this. The announcement, wo know, will deUght hun
dreds in our community, who cau hardly exist in sum
mer without their salt-water baths.
"With a FAam.T case in your houso, you may pre
vent alckooas, prevent suffering, prevent expense, and
loss of time, or the ohBdron having the Mcaales, or
Scarlet Fever, or Whooping Cough, or even Fever, by
ualng preventives In the case. Humi'Ure its' Specuio
HouCT-.opATirio Medicine OoiaTANx*, No. 603 Broadway,
Mow fork. 6
JUST OPENED AT
FOGARTIE & STILMN'S,
No. 282 KING-STREET,
A LARGE AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
CONSISTING IN PABT OF :
CHINTZ FRENCH CAMBRICS
Together with a large and well seleoted lot of
Black 8c Fancy Prints,
SCOTCH, GINGHAMS, Etc
also, A raw piacna
LADIES* FANC? SILK, LAOS AND ILLU8I01
LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND ALEXANDRIA HATS
'' if i
AND LEGHORN DR Al Ci
Also, a choleo assortment of 8-r. ETIENNE and BA8L
RIBBONS, Nos. 4 to 100, In the LATEST l'ARI
STYLES. A full saaortment of ENGLISH CORD EDO
PLAIN BONNET RIBBONS, in ail the desirable shade*
And to which the attention of customers la invited.
April 19 UttO SO. ?as KINO STREET.
ICE ! ICE ! ICE !
IMPORTANT TO BUTCHER!
WE HAVE REPAIRED ODE PATENT ABOTIO Bl
ERIGER ATOR, at the Charleston Ice House, co
ner of Church and Market streots. that was doing sue
good son-Ice, before the war, In cooling Meats andotb
articles which are required to be put on Ice. We a
sow prepared to do the above business in the best etyl
ICB AT WHOLBSALfi & RETUL
and PACKED In tho moit approved mannor for COU,
Ja.. GL4lGKE & CO.
AT ELEVEN CENTS PER PflBBl
Of\f\ BOXES PALE SOAP. DIRECT FBOK TE
?V V/ manufacturer?. This Soap, from Its peoull
properties, has the endorsement of man? of our pron
nent Orooers, and can bo recommended as a supsri
artlole. It la offered at the above low price to do
sales, by 3. N. BOBSON,
April 28 iuwr3 No. ?a East Bay.
HENRY A. McLE0D.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN PROVISION
N?AE OLD POSTOI'FICE,
OFFERS FOB ?ALE AT LOWEST MARKET PB101
M hhda. PRIME BACON SIDES
30 hbda. Prim? Bsooh Shoulder?
16 caaks choice Sugar Cared Hams
. BOO saoka Liverpool Bait
CO barrels Super Floor, ?fco?, fco?, ko.
ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN. DANK NOTES. 8TOCK8, BONDS, oto.
OEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
April 28 finwl2 Kos. 1 and 3 Hayno-Btreot.
CHE0K8 ON NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
CONNER k WILSON,
April 35 5 No. 6 Bioad'Ht.
BOUGHT BY P. H. REGLER,
Corner King and Basel-streets.
THE HIGHEST PRICE
P. II. KJCOIiGR'S KXCHAKOE OFFICE,
CORNER OP KING AND HASEL-8TREET8,
October 40 inwf
(HIE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Assetts, $16,006,000 in Gold.
$1,500,000 Invested In this Country.
THE UNDERSIGNED 19 PREPARED 7 O TAKE
risks in the above Company.
C. T. LOWNDE8.
April 27 fmwlmo
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
PIRE 1KS?RMCB COMPANY,
(ONE BULLION STERLING,)
18 NOW PREPARED TO TAKE FIRE RISES IN THIS
aw LOS8ES ADJUSTED AND SETTLED HERE.
A. 8. JOHNSTON, Agent,
April 9 lmo Two doors eaat of MoetlDg-at.
THE BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTION
The Edisto and Ashley Canal Company
ARE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OP MESSRS. JNO.
8. BIGGS Ac CO., corner Rroad and East Bay.
SHARES, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH, payable
in monthly instalments of FIVF. DOLLARS PER SHARE.
Apply to jr. RAYENEL MACBETH,
April 12 Secretary and Treasurer.
No. 342 KING-STREET.
TO RE RAFFLED AS SOON AS THE CHANCES ARI
all taken. TWO IMPORTED SUPERB MEER
SCHAUM PIPES, valued at |160. Seventy-live clueca
at $2 por chance. The highest throw takes the cliolci
of Plpea?the lowest throw the remaining one. Obanoei
not secured until paid for. JOSE JABA,
April '20 Proprietor.
rIE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIVING DY THI
Bark EUREKA, direst from Liverpool, a foB sup
ply of .
ELWELL'S STRONG CAROLINA HOHS, 9. 0>i AND II
I nst received by the Bark S. MORTON, from Lirerpoo
BRADES PATENT AND CROWN HOES.
Trace Chains, Hookt and Bihpea.
Brade'? and Urlmn's English Scythes.
Grain Soytbea and Cradles.
Stock-Locks, Pad-Locks, an?) a full stock of
61 East Ray, South of the old Post?nico.
April 23 1_j
2STo. 173 EAST BAY
LITTLE ft HABSHALL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AjGRl
OULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kind* :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and OBIS'
MILLS, always on band
Agents for ARCHAMRAULT'8 STEAM ENGINE, an
INOERSOLL'S PATENT COTTON PRE3S. April 3
An experienced Nurse nuil Female Physician
Presents to the attention of Mother? her
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING,
Whloh greatly facilitates the process of Teething, b
softening the gums, ro lacing all Inflammations, wi
Bay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, find Is
SORE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon It, mothers, it wUl give rest to yourselves
Relief and Health to Your Infants
We have put np ana told this artlclo for over tblrt
years, and can say in oonndenca and troth of It what ?
have never been able to say of ?i other modloine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE H
EFFECT A CURE, when timely nsed. Never did w
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wfc
used It On the conlrary? all are deUghted with its opi
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of II
magical effects and medical virtuos. We speak In thJ
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expi
rtenoe, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFII
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almoi
very Instance where ths Infant is enfforlng from pal
and exhaustion, relief wlU be fonnd in fifteen or twent
minutes after the syrap is administered.
Foil directions for using will accompany each bottl
None genuine unless the /?to simile of CURTIS A PSI
KINS, New York, is on the on?-?'.?; wrapper.
Sold by all druggist? iiuvughout the world.
Prie? only 3? Cents per UolUe.
For tsato by
KINO ft CAS8IDEY,
He 'JXAUB GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO ?AH
(D expected per aohr. "8.N. Smith," and for sal
to arrive, by HBBRF OOBIA * CO.,
April? Ho. 28 Yeaduo Banc\
BY Mi'KAY ?v CAMPBELL.
On MONDAY, 30th inet., will bo sold, on North Atlantic
Wharf, at 11 o'clock,
1 SQUARE FORESAIL
1 GatT Topsail
1 Jib Sail
1 Monn Staysail
1 Forctop Stayaall
1 Topmast 8tu?lding Sail
1 Suit Boat Hails.
Condition.? conh. April 21
BY COHEN, II ANC KHI, Ai CO.
On TUESDAY, May I at, at 10 o'clock, wiU bo sold, on
About loot) aacka LIVERPOOL 8ALT, damaged on
voyage of Importation. _April 17
Extensive Saw Mills near Summerville, 8. C, in
BY ALOIVZO J. WHITE & SON.
Will be aold, on THURSDAY, tho 10th of May. at U
o'clock, at the north of the old Castom House, corne r
of l'af-t Bay and Broad streets.
Two (2) extensivo and valuable SAW HILLS, In full
operation, together with 1200 acres of (Yellow Pine)
TIMBER LAND, aituate near tbo healthy village of
MILL No. 1?Is run by a 30 to 33 borae Engine, built
by EASON k BROTHER of Charleston, (3) three Cylin
der bollera, making an abundant snpply of steam. This
Mill la capable of tawing from five to eight thousand
feet dally. It has also ottaohed to it a TOLL GRIST
MILL capable of grinding 60 bushels of Corn per day. The
Mill la altuated 2y. miles from Summerville Depot, over
excellent roads. The establishment to this Mill is com
plete, having Carpenters and Blacksmith Shops, kc.
MILL No. 2?la anew buildlng.-tOxOO, recently ercctel
In the most substantial manner, with all lato Improve
ment In Olrcular Saw Milling. It has an En-ino of 30
horse power, with (2) largo Oylindor Boilers. This Mill
is.1? of? mile from tho tjouth Carolina Railroad, and
can be plainly aeon from tho road. It w*s built as a
double Mill, thus enabling tho proprlotorn, at any luturo
day, to remove tho Englno and Machinery from Mill
No, 1 to tho above-named building, and running two
Mills under ttio euperviaion of one (1) Engineer, with
fewer hand? and lean expense. Now Cottages have been
erected at this MM for tho operatives.
Together with the above Mills will sold, ten (10) Mnles.
four (4) Timber Carts, two (2) Wagons, two (2) Carte,
with harneas complete.
Terms?Uno-bati cash; balance payable by secured
noten, at 3, 6 and 9 months; secured by mort/ago of the
whole property sold. Purchasers to pay A. J. W. k SON
for all requisito papera
Tho above property may be treated for at Private 8ale
until day of aale. fmwu thl April 27
Wadmalaw Island Lands.
At Private 8ale?
A VALUABLE PLANTATION, containing some of tho
best SEA ISLAND COTTON LAND on this Island.
For terms, apply to G. McBRtDE 8MITH and
A. O. McOILLIVBAY.
No. 27 Broad street, near State street.
April 27_ fm'2
Edislo Island Lands.
At Private calc?
A PLANTATION on Edlsto Island, containing land of
extraordinary fertility, producing the finest grades ol
Sea Island Cotton in the Southern country.
For terms, apply to ?. McBRIDE SMITH and
A. G. McOILLIVBAY,
No. 27 Broad street, near State-Btreet.
April 27 fm2
Desirable Real Estate at Private Sale.
BY A. J. SALINAS.
At Private Bale
That eligibly located TWO AND A HALF
STuRY WOODEN REBIDENOF, m mated on tht
west aide of Anson-street, oppo.lt o to Laurens
_street, contalolng six square rooms, the base
ment of which can, with v. ry bid all expense, be con
ver to i into five pleasant rooms. Tho Lot ?b large, mra
auring in front eighty fire (85) feet, by two hundred and
thirty (230i in depth, more or leas, upon which is a sub
Btantlal Brick Kitchen of four rooms. Carriage Honae,
Stables and othtr Outbuildings, and an excellent wcU o:
water and capacious cistern. The rear of the Lot is hale
out as a vegetable garden. The Immediate vicinity o:
this property to business marts, renders it dealrable ai
a residence or as an Investment,
That neat and pleasantly located BRICE RESIDENCE
altoated on the nortboast oorner of Coming and Greet
streets (recently put In complete repair), containing fou*
square and two comfortable attio rooms. Tbo lot mea
sures thirty.s o ven feet (37 feet) front on Coming-street
by ? feet in depth, upon which is a Kitchen contalnlnf
two rooms, aud other necessary Outbuildings, CIb
That desirably located THREE Ar?D A HALT STOB1
BUILDING, on the east tide of King-street, No. ?
being the fifth house north of Hudson-street, contain
Ing eight large rooms, the lower room now occupied a
an office, and entirely separate from the residence?can
with very little expense, be converted Into a hand
some store. The Lot measures thirty-three feet si:
inch.? on King-street, by two i,nndred and seven fee
In depth, more or lees, and upon which are apaclou
Outbuildings. Tbla property Is susceptible of groat im
provement at a smalu coat, aud offers a rare opportunlt;
THAT DESIRABLY LOCATED 2}i 8TOBY WOODE1
HOUSE, situated on the south side of Queen-street, sec
ond house west of East Bay, containing six rooms, tb
lower portlou now occupied as a atore. The lot meat
urea twenty-six feet six inches on Queen-street, by sev
onty-tlvo feet lu depth,muro or less. Hits being an excel
lent stand for business, and the rapidly advancing ten
dency of property In this vicinity, rendus this an excel
lent opportunity for Investment.
THAT DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED 2K STOB'
WOODEN RESIDENCE, situated on the north aide c
Lamboll-strcet, 2d door west of Legare-street, with larg
piazza to the bouth,and recently put in thorough repali
containing ? rooms. The lot is very large, meaauriu
? feet lu front on Lamboll street by ? feet in deptt
upon which is a large Kitchen, Carriage House, an
other outbuildings. The healthfulness and reapeotabi
Ity of this location renders it highly desirable as a res
Tho above described property will positively be sole
For lurther particulars aud terms, which will be mid
accommodating, apply as above, to
SOS. 21 AND 23 VENDUE HANGE.
Residences, Vacant Lots, Plantations and Farnu
AI.O-VZO J. WH1TK ?Si SON
Offer at Private Sale, the following VALUABLE REA
COTTON PLANTATION near Graham ville, a O.coi
Uluing ?000 acres. Bealdence st Wllliamston, 8. O
with Farm attached. Povoral Rice Plantations in Georgi
tewn District, on the Black and Waccamaw Riven
Several Lota of Land in Hampstead. high aud dry, suti
able for building purposes. Fine Building Lot corn?
East Bay and Elliott streets, 34x101. Handsome Bes
ib nee on East Bay, near Society-street, in perleet ors".?
and thoroughly furnlahed. Attractive Residence on Hi
el-strce*, a few doors east of Meeting-street; Lot mem
ures 120x100. Plantation on Wando River, Christ Churc
Parish, containing 000 acres, well nettled, suitable fc
cultivation of cotton and corn; has fine landing on th
river. Vacant Lot in New-atreet. Fine three-story Brie
Residence In Ball-street. Vacant Lot corner Friend an
Bread streets, 13Sxl50. Fine Brick Store, four atori?
high, north side of Society-street, one door cast of Kin
street. Two Brick Buildings and a Vacant Lot en E
liott-Htreat. '1 he Atlantic Hotel, situate on west Bide <
East Bay, near Tradd-street. Vacant Lot lu Cannai
street. 8fixl4S. Fine Storo situate on Mectlng-stree
14,000 acres of Land In Irwin County, Georxia, net
Ihomaavllle, between the Ocmulgee and Flint River
10,000 acri.fi of Land In Georgetown District; fine ttmtx*
and turpentine Lands. A Square of two (3) acres <
Laud on East Bay-street, bounded by four (4) street
Two (3) Plantations In Goobb Oreek Parish, contalnlc
1360 aerea. Two (2) Plantations In 8'. George's Paris]
containing about 1700 acres
For particulars, apply as above at office,
April 25 wia No. 68 BROAD-STREET.
Valuable Building Lots on Meeting street.
BY NATHAN At OTTULENOUI.
At Private Sale?
Wo wUl sell at private sate, all that LOT OF LAN
situate In Meeting street, west aide, opposite the site <
Institute Hall; moaaurlng on Meeting stioet one hu?
dred feet by three hundred feat deep, more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND immediately opposite the ait
of Circular Churoh, measuring on ?Meeting street nln
tr-one (01) feet by two hundred and eighty (260) feet i
depth, be the aune more or less.
The above Lots will be sold as a whole, or can be m
gotlated for in part to salt purchasers.
For further particulars apply as above.
April 23 _ _mwfg.
BY II. M- BIAUBHALL.
At Private Sale?
A pleasant RESIDENCE, in Heyward'a Court, No.
House contains five rooms, and has ample servants' a
com mod 41 Ions, with a fine weU of water; lot measur?
40 by 80 feet. 8 April X
BY II. PI. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A comfortable RESIDENCE of five rooms, in Canno
street, No. 76. The lot measures 170 by 83 feet, ax
-bas on it all necessary outbuildings. If not sold Ui
wtek. It wUl be positively sold at auction on Tuesdi
At private sale, a large BUILDING LOT on Kin
street, B, M. MARSHALL,
Broker and Auctioneer, No. 93 Broad-atifot
April 38 S
the bahn well sbntinkl.
*t\he publication of this paper,1 which o
X W0B was deaU-oyod in February laatby theFed?
army, han been resume?!. It is the only paper publlah
la that large and populous District, and to mi?T<ihanUa
Im linear? men poesesees adrantages seldom met with.
Terms for advortiaing, ?1 pw s?T*are of twel-re lines,
lass, lor each tesoraon, Bubscription to paper, 18 r,
annum. Adctoess BBTJOK k PERRY,
Msrch 12 Proprietor*.
Choice Nexo Crop Molasses, imported direct from
BY .T. A. Eft H LOW At CO.
THIS DA?. 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold, on
llrowu's Wliarl, along.ldu of British ?choonor Alert,
jiiHt uni?.?I from Uavoua,
61 hhiis. very superior NEW CUOi? MOLASSES.
BalesoiUe Shirting and Yarns
MY .JOHN ?. M1LNOK Ai CO.
THI8 DAY, 27th Instant, at 10 o'clock, wn will sell, with
out reservo, at our Btoro, No. 135 Mcetiug street, by
10 bales 7-8 BATERVILLE 8HIRTINO
6 balea Cotton Yarn, assurtcd, lroni B to 16.
8 bales English COTTON DRILLS.
Conditions cash._April 27
Unreserved Sale of Desirable Goods.
BY JOHN U, MM. M (Hi dc CO.
THIS DAY, 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
at our Storo,
2 chests OREEN TEA
1 bale, containing 90 pieces, Bleached LongcloUia
'I cases Mourning Lawns
81 pounds Bla< k Italian Sewing Silk
100 dozen Black Skirt Braid
ISO groat gross Done and Me>al Fant Buttons
2Q0 dozen Im. Silk, Turkey Red and Bandanna Hand
130 ?xtaet Gents' and Ladies' Linon Cambric Handker
153 1)1 ack Silk Mantillas
30 Brown Drill Coate.
Conditions cash. April 27
BY MILLIGAN, ftlELCIIKBS alt CO.
On WEDNESDAY, May 2, at 11 o'clock, on Brown's
Wharf, we will Roll,
2 CYLINDER BOILERS, 10 feet C leches long, 38 Inches
diameter, with two 13 inch flues each
2 Stationary Englnea
7 old 18 and 32 pounders EngllBh Quns
1 lot Yellow Metal
1 lot Wrought Iron
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Chains, &c, &o.
1 lot BRA 88 and COPPER
1 lot Wrought and Cast Iron
1 lot Chain?. Ac, on Accommodation Wharf.
Terms ensh. April 24
Very Valuable Properly at Auction.
BY JAMES L. OANTT.
On TUESDAY. 8th ?Uy of Msy neat, at 11 o'clock, at tho
corner of Broad and East Bay streets, near the old
Postofflce, will bo offered.
ALL THAT VERY VALUABLE LOT OF LAND, With
tho BUILDINGS THEREON, on the south side of So
ciety street, betveen Meeting and King streets, long
known as "Tho Merchant*' Hotel Stables," at present
in tho occupancy of Mr. Lee. Tbe LOT measures
eighty-one (81) feet one (1) inch in front on 8oclcty
street, eighty (80) feet eleven (11) inches on tbe back
Une, by one hundred and eleven (111) feet four (4)Inches
In depth, be the said dimensions more or Ices. The
BUILDINGS consist of tho Stables, Sheds, ?to., on the
Lot. This Is a most valuable property; has been for
years s first rate stand for business, and is too well
known to require further description.
Terms of ?ale?One-third cash; balance by bond,
payable in one and two years, with interest from day of
sale, and secured by mortgage ef the property. Build
ings to te Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay .T. L. G. for papera.
It may be treated for at private sale previously.
April 27 * fmwfmtuB
SALE OK GOVEBNMENT PHOPERTY.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, at 10 o'clock A. M., on
WEDNESDAY, Msy 23d, 1866, a iSeabrook, near Hilton
Head, 8. O, under the direction o? Captain CHARLES
RARNARD, Assistant Quartormaitcr, tho followln
proporty, viz :
STEAMER "CHASSEUR.'' as ??hn laye on the beach.
Two Boilers, taken iruni 1lu stcimship "Winfleld
Terms cash, in Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Liont. Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
April 10 Cepartment frouth Carolina.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT MACHINERY.
WU1 be sold, at Public Auction, at 12 o'clock M., on
WEDNESDAY, May 23, lPCO, at the Army Machine
Shops, on ht. Helena Island, opposite Hilton Head, 8.
C, under the direction of Capt. CHARLES BARNARD ,
THE FOLDOWING PUBLIC PBOPKBTY, vus :
One HORIZONTAL ENGINE, 30 Inch stroke, 18 inch
One Horizontal Engine, 20 inch cylinder
One Locomotive Boiler
One Steam Boiler Heater
Parts of two Engines, 8 inch cylinder
One Blower Engine, cylinder
1 wo Double Hoisting Engines
One Old Boiler
Two Saw Mill Carriages
Lot of Old Machinery
Two Band BaUroad Oars
Two Iron Pilot Houses
One set of BoBera for Boiler Iron
mi Bilde Lathes, one 40 inch swing, two 20 inch, two
10 inch, and one 18 inch
One Bolt Cutter
One Planing Machine, 9 foot bed, 32 inch upright
Ono 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
Ono Morticing Machino
One Foundry Crane
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
Two Pile Drivers
One Furnace Cupola
One Timber Truck
Fifteen thousand Bricks
One lot Patterns.
THE FOLLOWING WOODEN BUILDINGS :
One 100 feet long*. 30 feet wide, R'aclcuiltba' Shop
containing nine Brick Forges, with Bellows, complete
one 64x28; one 70x10; one 24x12% one 19x21; one, two
stories, 129x28; three 20x20; one 12x12?two26x18; three
25x12; one 20x12; one 110x26; one 260x30; one 23x22 ;
one 2i x20 ; one 12x8; one lexl2; one 169x30; one 116x60
two stories, with loft.
Terms cash in Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Bv't. Lt. Col. and Chief Quartermaster Dep't 8. O.
PALE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, at the Governmen
Store House, on 8onth Commercial Wharf, Charleston,
8. C. st 12 o'clock M.. on FRIDAY, May 26th, I860, a
large quantity of Government property Irom the Ar
my Machine Shops on fct Helena Island, consisting
BOILER IRON, C VST 8TEEL, Bar snd Sheet Copper,
Zinc, Spelter. Sheet Lead, Yellow Metal, Thnrbex't
Metal, Pali.ts. Chain, Screws, Boiler Tubes, Bollo
Rivets, Iron Pipe Copper Nails, Finishing Nails, Com
position Nails. Sp'kes, Nails, Copper Tacks, Belting,
Bolts, Wire, Hlngos, Oars, Saws, Rope, Oakum, Sheath*
lug Paper, Cool Tar, Spun Yarn, Pitch, Bosln, Charcoal,
Tire Bricks, Hoso snd Couplings, Clamps for Boiler
Iron, Screw Punches, Pipe Cutters, Blowers, Pet Lamps,
Oil Cau?, Crucibles, Faucet?. Squirt Cans, Gang Saws,
Capstans, Woodward Steam Pumps, Expanders, Hydrxa
lio Jacks, Anchors, Steam Gauges, Globe Valves, Check
Valves, Gongs, lliormometers, Steam Whistles, Crow
Bars, t-yrluges, Spirit Level Bulbs, Lamps, Balls, Blocks,
Boat Hook?, Compostas, Life Preservers, Cork Fenders,
Jack Screws, Tubo Brushes, irou Tanks, 8toves, Store
Grates, Bellows, Portable r orges, Platform Scales,
Grindstone, Moulding Flasks, Shovels, Spades, Black
smltb's Tools, Plumber's Tools, Carpentor's Tools.
Catalogues containing a fuB list of the articles to be
sold can be obtained in a few days upon application to
the Quarterninsters at Charleston and Hilton Head, 8.
C., and Savannah and Augusta, G a.
Terms cash in Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Quartermaster,
April 19 Department South Carolina.
MADAM HUMMEL BE8PE0TFULLY ANN0UN0?8
to her friends, and the public gonoraliy, that she
has returned to the city, snd will resumo the duties o
her profession as teacher of the PIANO FORTE. WU1
also give lessons in GERMAN and FRENCH. Apply at
ZOOOAUM, YOUNG k OO.'8 Muslo Sture, No. 191 King
ROYAL HAVA-JA LOTTERY OF CUBA.
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
9360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY 8EVENTEX?
Pris es cashed and Information furnished.
Tho highest rates paid for Doubloons and all kind
Gold and Silver. TAYLOR k CO., Bankers,
Tebrnarv ? Aase No? 1ft Wall-gtreei New York
EDI8TO AND ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY
OFFICE EDI8TO k ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY,)
CaanxxsTON, 8. 0? March 10, I860.
BY ACT OF THE LR0I8LAT0RE, PASSED AT ?T8
last tesilon, the BDIBTO AND ASHLEY CANAL
COMPANY received permission to Increase their capital
from One Rumlred Thousand (SlOO.OOOi DolUrfl to Three
Hundred Thousand ($900,000) Dollars, in Share? of One
Hundred ($100) DoUars eich.
The public axe hereby informed that tho books, for
subscription to the additional Stock, will be open from
0 A. M. to : P. M. dally, at the office of Messrs. JOHN
B. BIGGS k CO.. corner Broad-street and East Boy. The
Btock subscribed for to be paid for by a monthly Mb*
ment of of Five ($0) Dollars on each and every Share.
3. RAVENEL MACBETH.
Seeretrry and Tress?**?.
P. 8. "Carolina Tim?" copy and send bill to this
ofnee. March It
attOrk/TB?T. A YBAB MADE BY AUF OW
msQXJKj'J WITH |W.-8tencU Tools. Mo ?J
parlance necessary. The Presidents, Cashiers, ana
Trfisurers of three Banks Imdorss the o-tooUr. Bank
1 tree with sample?. Address the American BtaneO Tool
Works, Eorlng?-jld, YwsMut. ?aecH U