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I_CHARLESTON DALLY NEWS....MAY 4. 1866._5
The Daily ISTe-w^s?
FRIDAY M0BN1NG, MAY 4, 1866.
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' Our thanks aro duo the Southern and National
Express Companies for late Northern and South
The Farmer.?We havo received the May num
ber of this excellent periodical. It presenta its
usual attractive variety of matter.
The Ladies' Fair at Hibernian Hall continues
to flourish. Tho aeeno last night looked bright
and gay; everybody in tho boat of humor, a
willing victim to the irresistibly bewitching im
portunities of tho fair pleaders for charity. Every
body aaked us to take a chance. Tho Oift Enter
prises are a new graft upon Southern fairs, and,
wo dare eay, pay well. "Fifty centB a ticket" or
chance, we forgot which, "every Dumber draws a
prize; aud no extra charge for the prize." Wo saw
one individual undergo tho "drawing" operation.
He opened his envelope?tho "managor" read tho
number, looked at his list, and announced the
prizo : "A box of Mucking. " Individual did not
look particularly ecstatic; but ho contributed no
little to the amusement of the standers-by.
There is a fine painting on Mrs. Ool. Bikouolu's
table of the "Bnins or the Cathedral," by Mr.
Waxkkb, one of our native artists. This also is to
The Postofflce, as usual, does a big buBinees.
[The fair PoBt mistteBs has a large mail patronage.
|We were much pleased with our visit, and hope
te pious and energetio projectors of tho Fair will
lee their moat sanguine expectations realized, in
|tho amount netted by thia week's operations.
Court of General Sessions_The Court met as
usual yesterday, tbe Jurora answering as before.
The Jury in the cat-e of the State vs. John Fer
guson and Georok Smith, for nuisance in carry
ing on a turpentine distillery, which was tried on
Wednesday, and who had agreed upon their ver
dict after tbe adjournment of the court for that
day, prosentod the verdict of "guilty of nuisance."
The SesBionB Docket w?8 called, and the &GCU?
d in the State vs. Timothy Chowley, indicted for
sault with intent to kill, was '0r0ught to trial.
He plead not guilty, and Col, *? Y. Sd?onb appoar
ed for the def-*
After Several challenges, the Jury stood as ao
b?pled by the prisoner, aa follows . W. M. Martin,
Foreman; O. E. Mackee, 0. F. Lues, R. H. Wer
ner, L. Lotjkn, J. Mahoney, Louis Fora, J. H.
Hineb, W. B. Brailsford, E. H. Oldenburg, Wm.
Bierbsen, W. Baylor. Testimony was introduced
both ou tho part of the 8tate aud for tho prisoner,
and after tho arguments of Col. Simons and the
Attorney-General, aud the charge from the Court,
the Jury retired aud brought iu the verdict of
"gui'.ty of assault ai d battery."
The defendants, Dury and Growley, in the
case of the State vs. John Dury, Timothy Chow
ley and Oliver Bouse were next arraigned, plead
not guilty, and thia day, Friday, assigned for their
A Bealed aontonce left by Judgo Glover in Jan
uary, 1862, in the matter of the Mate-rs. Martin
M. HatXiEY, for assault and battery, with intent to
kill, ?as published, and the defendant condemned
to pay a flue of $100 and be impriaoued for twelve
The Court then adjourned until this morning,
Provost Court, May 3_United States vs. F.. J.
Lev-is*, white, Gil? United States Infantry, aud
Geo. Watson, (colored), and Windsor Wateon,
colored, stealing a colt.?A. J. Smsn, ?worn, said
that on Tuesday morning luat, fuur colored men
oamo to my house, and claimed a colt. I livo on
the State road, ten miles from this city. They
Bald this colt had been stolen from them on the
Santee some time ano, they brought him up out
of my field and tried him, and when thoy went of
one said tho colt was his. They came back ii
about an hour with defendant Lewis, and be de
manded the keys to my atable. I was alone; askec
him what ho wanted with my keys. He suid h<
"wanted to soo that colt; gave, him tho keys; b?
brought the colt out bridled, and said he was go
ing to take him to the Provoat Marshal, and said '.
could go with him. This soldier gave his iiami
as Wm. Smith, Oo. D, 6th U. S. I., aud told me to ap
pear before the Provost Marahal.at 10 o'clook yea
terday morning. They took the colt off. I got twi
or three colored men, and went in pursuit, am
found they went up the road instead t.t down. W
followed them about five miles, and then arrostoi
(hem; but the man who had tho colt took to th
woods. That night about two hours after darl
the eolt came home, without a baiter or bridle,
brought these three d?tendants down, and toll
them they must appear before the Provost Mar
nhal. Lewis offered to pay me $250 if I would le
' him go, and eay nothing more about it. I raise*
the colt myself.
' .United Statu? es. Df.NNIS Coni.on.?Drunk.~
. James Habrinuton, policeman Mo. 32, sworn, sal
that last night about 0 o'clock, a mau came an
reported a fight in Church aud Obolmera-atreeU
The Lieutenant sent me and two others t
make an arrest. Wo found thia defendant i
two policomon'H hands, and took him to the Guar
Honae. Be was drunk but quiet. _~
United States v?. Chabuii ?.ywabd.?.Aaaaull
?Jams? H?brington, policeman No. 82, ?won
aid yesterday about three P. !I., Mr. O'Nei
came to tbe Guard House, and wanted two me
to go with him to arrest defendant. I and anothc
went and arrested defendant. Be waa -very noie
and appeared to bo drunk. Tho colored man said
if bo had a revolver bo would shoot tbo man
Tbo next waa a oaBO of considerable interest.
Tho TJnitod States vs. Jackey, colored?Emma
sworn, testifiod that she livos in Cook Row, Cal
houn-street; that defendant is her husband; and
had been boatin' of her, whon hor brother oamo
up, aud defendant aBkodbim "Wat you want? You
got iioflin to do hero." "My bruddor say: ho no
como for quarrel, but I jes want to talk to you
'bout my suitor, and do only sister I got." Ho
[defendant], say, get 'way from bore, an mid dat
be stubbed him in hero [pointing to tbe brcaat].
Us all didn't know ho had knifo in ho hand. My
brudder now lying very siok, cannot raise from dis
cut. (Knife about three inches in length, a pocket
At this stage of the ease, the Judge terminated
tho examination for the present, and entered upon
another, that consumed a great part of the timo
of the Court. This was one Nelson, freedman,
who stands charged with obstructing the publio
highway, in rofusing to move his dray, (empty at
the time), on Accommodation Wharf, so as to al
low tho mail and express wagons to pasB. On
being reminded of the city ordinance in such
caaos provided, he remarked, in not very polite
language, that he did not care for tho Mayor nor
for anybody else.
Associate Judge Buboes being the only member
of tbo Court present, no decrees wore given ; at
least not up to tho time we loft.
Tho Court-room is quite small, and the attend
ance of witnesses, plaintiffs, defendants, counsel
and guard, both black and white, very numerous
Tho number of civil suits before this Court are
constantly increasing. Somo of those aro of great
interest, and involving large amounts of property.
The Schooner Enchantress.?This vessel, wo
notice, was cleared yesterday with another largo
and valuable cargo ; wo think this is tho third ves
sel that has gone to Havre. Her cargo is as fol
1231 bales Upland Cotton, weighing.404,6041 lbs.
47 bales Sea, Island Cotton, weighing....? 14.697 lbs.
1279 bales. 609.203 lbs.
Value of cargo.$189,399.90
We congratulate Mr. William Roach upon the
dispatch with which he has loaded all of those
vessels, and we wish them auccosHful voyages.
Clinic at the Medical College.?We took occa
sion to call publio attention, a short time ago, to
tbe Policlinic established under the auspices of the
Faculty of the Medical College, and at tbo re
quest of some of the gentlemen connected with it
we do so again.
It is gratifying to know that this charitable en
terprise has succeeded admirably; a goodly num
ber of medical and surgical cases attend regular
ly, aud as tho objoct and benefits become more
generally understood, the attendance will be
It will no doubt prove a useful attraction to
etudenta in the coming winter session of the In
New Drug Stobe.?Passing up King-street last
night, we were attracted by a brilliant illumina
tion at the northwest corner of Market and King
streets. On entering the place we fonnd it a very
handsomely fitted up new drug store; the shelves
filled with bran-new physio, the show-caaes full of
all sorts of pretty knick-aaoke, brushes, per
fumery, ?to. The fine soda fountain by the door,
we havo no doubt, will prove the chief attraction
to the hot and tired King-street walkers.
Drs. Raoul & Lyn ah, the new firm," are prepared
to answer all calls in their line, as per advertise
ment in another column. They are the City
Apothecaries for the Lower Wards.
A POP?LAS Fallacy. Corrected.?One of the
hallucinations very prevalent all over the land is
that printers and editors Uve on air; that they
can set up and read the most seduotive advertise
ments of delicacies of all kinds, and not have
their mouth water, but contentedly sit on that
tripod, sucking their philosophical thumbs. We
ara glad to be able to announce the fact that all
are not thus ignorant or calions. There is one
honorable exception at least?a man who has
"listened to the voice of reason;" Henry. L_
ooiiDE is his name. He instinctively knew that
writing heavy leaders was no light work, and that
easy reading was hard writing. He generously,
therefore, sent us a moat liberal supply of deli
cious Ice Cream, but evidently was afraid to trust
us with bis spoons. So plates and spoons had to
bo extemporized. But tbo Cream was very ac
ceptable notwithstanding, and Henry has our
thanks and best wishes for a prosperous season.
His saloon and garden is on the south aide of
Oalhoun street, No. 85.
Military.?The Orangeburg (8. O.) Times sayB:
?Under tbo late orders from Washington reduc
ing the army to a peace footing, only two regi
ments of infantry will be left in South Carolina,
which will reduce the garrisons to only a few men
at certain central posts. By the necessary changes
we are sorry to see that Captain M. Bryant,
of the 6th U. S. Infantry, loaves this post to take
command at Aiken, but his placo is supplied by
Lieut. T. BniTTON with a company of the sumo
regiment. Our town was very much relievod by
the departure of Col. ?. A. Kozlay and his un
disciplined men, and we have oojoyod peace and
quiet since the Regulars have como among us.
We have always had respect for the regular offi
cers and mon of the United States army, who
know how perfectly necessary disciplino is to all
military operations, and enforce it, and we have
no doubt but that Lieut. Buitton will find hit
duties easy and agreeable in our enterprising and
Sen ?tor ClArk, of Now Hampshire, says, "1
love my country;" to whioh the Washington cor
respondent of the New York World responds
"and why should not Clark love 'my country,
when 'my country' not only pay? him his salarj
as Senator, with Buch pickings as mileage, uta
tionery. franking, publia documents, seeds fron
the Agricultural Bureau, and pots of pi inti
by the boxfull from the National Botanic Garden
but 'my country' goes far towards supporting al
the other members of Clark's family. Clabk'i
eon, a youth of eighteen, is doorkeeper of the re
porter's gallery of the Bonato; and for that nomi
nal Dorvioo Clark's boy receives one hundred d?l
lars a month?a round twelve hundred for tin
year?for supposed services in session timo, ant
for services when he is at eohool in New Hamp
shire. Glare's nephew?another youth of tende:
years?is Clerk of the Committee of Claims, o
whick Clark is Chair man, at a salary of flLfeoi
hundred dollars per year. How many more nala
ried Clarks tbero are in and around the Senat
chamber, the congressional directory tico? no
state; but if there be any fswily in >'ion, o
even in New England, that have moro reasons t
'love my country,' than tbo Clark fam?ly, th
Clark family would do well to resigo a few c
their patriotic placea and positions, and dovot
their attention, to a general search for 'rabel s' i
the South, for the benefit of tho Roconetructlo
Committee of Fiftoen."
The Aroosy for May has bcon placod on our
tablo by the agent, Mr. John Russell. Tho titlo
p&go is changed, whether for the botter, is a mat
ter of taste, each ono mnst decido for himself. It
now sails undor tho following flag: "Tho Argosy,
a magazino of tales, travels, essaye and poems."
"Too Uto" is a protty pooiu by Jean Inoelow,
on a topio that has boon of.on auug; a man meet
ing his former sweetheart, now another mini's
wifo. Alexanoer Smith his an articlo on Dreams
and Dreaming, quito readable, but nothing more.
Henry Kinosley's "Gossip about Gardens" is
interesting. Carlyle has madoToutonisms quite
tbe rage in England. The young writers all en
deavor to improve on Queeu Victoria's English.
Websteb and Worcester are quite behind the
age. "Prospects" is a word entirely tabooed.
Carlyle always has outlook (German aussieht).
Kinosley, in this article, has "look-out" instead.
Dean Alfobd defends "It ?b me ;" and Kinosley
improves on this by saying "As for we little
folks,"?upon what authority wo are not tod.
Rascals and rascaUsses ?b another Kinosley in
novation; this, however, perhaps only sportively.
What is a chivying family ? Mr. K. does not conde
scend to enlighten his readers. "Outcome" is quite
a favorite expression with tbo same writor?in the
Benae of offspring, result, consequence. Where
he gets it wo do not know; for it is not even Ger
man; if it is intended for the German Abkunft,
it should be off-come.
Cape Ushant is a readable little poem on an in
cident in tho Ufe of Napoleon. As tho Bellerophon
passed this Cape, tho illustrious prisoner stood on
"Ushant?" bo asked, snd I replied,
"Yes, tire;" whereon he raised
His Jittlo pocket telescope,
And gazed, and ever gated.
For hours and hours he hardly inov'd;
And if his eyes grow dim,
We never saw it; tnoro be stood.
And none went near to him.
Till with a faint and fickle wind
We drew from off tho coast,
And In a noontide hsze of lit at
Franco faded and was lost.
Napoloon'B thought* in that last look,
It were bnt vain to seek;
Enough he had to think upon,
If he had gszed a week.
And sometimes from his rock, perhaps.
He saw, amid the shine
Of lonely waves, Cape Ushant's ghost
Cpon the dim sea-line.
This poem is written by W. Ai.i.inqiiam, based
upon au anecdote, given in "Memoirs of an Aris
tocrat, by a Midshipman of tho Bellerophon."
There is one feature, in cotemporary Engliah
literature, we are vory sorry to obsorve, and that
is the fashion of appending the writers' names to
their articles in reviews and magazines. In Ame
rica this has always been the custom, but to our
thinking, it was one to be avoided rather than
adopted. In England the practice has been quite
otherwise. It is only of Ute years, journalism or
authorship has risen to the rank of a re
spectable profession. Twenty years ago, it was
not considered the thing to have people pointing
at one.'Thoro goes tbo Times-" "that's Kit Nobth,
who writes those funuy things in Blackwood,"
etc. But now competition is rapidly bringing it
down to the footing of a common trado, and pub
lishers advertise their magazines, just as haber
dashers, linen drapers, and patent medicine ven
ders bring theirs to the notice of the public. In
this John Bull is certainly copying after his vul
gar transatlantic cousin; and the said John ought
to be ashamed of himself.
The Frenoh praotioe at present of writers sign
ing their names to every article published in a news
paper, or publication of any kind?never mind
what the subject-matter of the writing?has, per
haps, had s?l?etli?ug to do with introducing th?
fashion into England. But the Fronch press en
joys tbe privilege of a Censor, and names are re
quired, which is not the caso in England. Tbe
new fashion pays well?both authors and pub Ush
ers, we dare say?but the praotice must be detri
mental to the best interests of literature.
Peace_In a recent letter of General Francis
P. Blaib, ho makes the following lust and truth
ful remarks: "Peace means pardon, amnesty, re
conciliation; without these we cau have no peace.
I believe that those who have done and suffered
most to secure peace by destroying tho power
which took arms against it, are thoso who are now
most roady to sufief and dp to maintainit. Thoae
who have suffered nothing mid i1r>no nothing, but
who, on the contrary, have mad, the war an occa
sion for profit and a vehicle for personal'advance
ment?these are tho greatest and only, obstados
to the perfect restoration and maintenance ol
peace. '1 hoy, having filled thoir pockets and se
cured the best pUce-j, talk most of "compensation
for tho past and security for the future."
Southern Relire Fair.?At a meeting of the
Executive Committee of Ladies, held yesterday
Bays the Baltimore Gazette, of tho 27th ult., th<
sum of $108,000 was appropriated to tho folio whip
North Carolina. 10,( (M
South Carolina. 16,0 I
A1. b a 11) a-. 10, OfX
If ary laud. 8.G0I
Auction Sales This Day.
Millioan. Mixoherjb k Co. will sell this day, oi
Accommodation Wharf, at 10 o'clock, a large lot of brass
copper, iron, Ac. ; also about 3000 new bricks.
Budhs k Bkz will sell this day, alongside th.
schooner Southerner, on Atlantio Wharf, at 11 o'clock
95 hales of hay, slightly damaged by salt water.
Bowbbs k Biloox will sell this day, In their store
No. 137 Meeting-street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock
new and second-hand furniture, shoes, Ao.
- McKay k Camf-dbll will sell this day, at their atoros
Bssel-street, next Postomco, at 10 o'clock, Rhine
sherry, and port wine ? also furniture, family carriage
1 H?txa Dbask will soli this doy, at his store, corne
1 of King and Liberty streets, 'at 10 o'clock, boot?, shoe?
dry goods, ?1 torera, hose, Ac.
Omronn k Mathkwxs will sell this day, at the!
o$ce, Mo. 3l>a Broad-street, at 11 o'clock, two wor
Messrs. Watkbuodjb, Pearl k Co.?We wonld ca
the at tont ion of our readers to the advertisement In ou
paper of the above firm, who are~bankera and brokers 1
Mow Yurk. The members of this firm are all Southerx
' ers, and are thoroughly In sympathy witu our countrj
f Thalr huuso is on? of fine standing, and we can safe?;
f assura thoso who may desire to bave dealings with then
i that they ?111 be treated honorably and fairly.
Q TOO MAT CUBS TOUR CHILDRKH of OrOlip, Or Colil
t or Toothache, or Headache, at ?sleeplessness, or ?nffe:
r tog from Teething, or Worms, or indigestion, >r We
0 ting the sied, or Catarrh, ?r H?seles, or Whooplni
Cough, or Scarlet Fever, or Diphtheria, or a Bad Col?
or Hoarseness,.or Running of the Kars and Deafness, -
aria Scrofula, a? thonasad* bave dona and do dally,
0 you will only keep a cas? of Huwfhbstb' HoMotorAitu
u Spbotros 11? your. boos?. Humthsbis' ?p-ecino H?
Q uootatui? aimiciaa Coupaut, No. 662 Broadway, If?
York. t April SO
Desirable Heal Estate at Prioate Sale.
IIV A. J. SALINAS.
At Private 8ole?
That desirably Iocotod THREE AND A HALF STORY
BUILDING on tho cast side i4 Kin? street. No. ?, hu
lng the fifth House north of HadHon stront, containing
eight largo rooms. The lower room, now occupied as
an olllce, and entirely separate from the residence, can,
with verv llttlo oxponso, bo converted luto a handsome
store. Tho Lot measures tbirty-thrco feet six inches on
lUni; street, by two hundred and seven fut-t In tlonth,
more or Ichh, and upon which aro spacious outbuilding*.
This proprrly is snsccpttblo of gr?.-at improvement at a
small cost, and offers a raro opportunity for Investment.
For farther particulars and terms, apply as above, to
May 4_No. a? VENDUE RAN?E.
Fine Horses a I Private Sale.
BY IaOWa-s UUS ?St UK i MU ,ILL..
it Private Halo?
i bandsomo and well brod SADDLE AND BUOOY
A good RIDING HORSE.
The above can be seen In front of our office,
May ? 1 LAW BANGE, BROAD-STREET.
House and Lot in Aikrn.
BY SMITH AND AIcGILblVRAY.
A COTTAGE RESIDENCE with 5 rooms?outbuild
Itits In good repair?quarters for six or eight servants.
LOT of 4 acres attached, 1000 feot iront on street, with
a Inlf aero garden.
Apply as above, at No. 37 Broad-street, nearly opposite
Residence in Summerville.
BY SMI I'll ANO AIc-UIIaL.IVIs.AY.
At Priva to Salo?
A LOT of over one aoro. with a noat summer RtSI
DLNOE, pleasantly located, two stories, double piazza,
good garden, all neceessary outbuilding, &c.
For terms, apply as above, at No. 37 Broad-street, near
Ilouso>and Lot in Sumter.
BY SMI I'll AND McGILLIVRAY.
At Private Sale
Eighty foot Iront on Ropubllcan-streot by two hun
dred and ten feet deep on Wasnlogton-street, with flue
flower garden in front, largo vegetablo garden in roar.
House has four roomB, good kitchen, sc, Sc, Irlce,
$3fOO; oue-half cash.
Apply as above, at No. 37 Broad-street, near State.
House and Lot in Greenville, S. C.
BV SMI ill AM) tlcQIlililVHAY.
At Private Sale?
A delightfully ?Rusted RESIDENCE In tho salubrious
and picturesque town of Greenville.
For ttirm-i, apply as above, at No. 37 Broad-street, near
State. May 1
Elegant Residence at Private Sale.
BY CtiHKJi, HANCUEL at CO.
At Private Solo?
That elegant two-and-a-half story WOODEN RESI
DENCE, on a high brick basomeitt, situated on tho
northeast corner of Bull and Rutledge streets, contain
ing ten upright rooms, besides attics and basement.
The Lot is large, meosurin-r one hundred and six feet
three inches (116 feet 3 inches) on Bull street by two
hundred and eighteen (318j on Rutledge, snd Is enclos
ed by a brick wall.
On this premisos aro good and comfortable accommo
dations for servants, carriage house, stables, and all
For terms aud other particulars, apply as above,
COR. EAST BAY AND BOYOE & CO.'8 WHARF.
May 2 wfmlO
Of Elegant Finish.
?TUST THE THING FOR OUR Old MATE, TO KEEP
THE HEAD COMFORTABLY COOL.
IN QUEAT VABIETT, FOB
GENTS,' BOYS AND CHILDREN.
LADIES' AND MISSES'
Wholesale and Retail.
SUCCESSOR TO HOHSKV, AUTKN Ai CO.
NO. 25 1I1YNE 8TREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
April 30 * mwf
TUB BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTION
The Edlsto and Ashley Canal Compon*
ABE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OF ME88RS. ??N0
8. HIGG8 k CO., corner Brood and East Bay.
SHARES, ONB HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH, payabl.
In monthly Instalalonts of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE
Apply to J. RAVEN EL MACBETH,
April 13 Secretary and Treasurer.
VSITED STATES INTERNAL REVBNDE
Office or Assistant Assessor, 0th Division, )
No. bB GHorge street, May 1, 1866 |
THE RESIDENTS OF WARDS NOS. 5, 6, 7. AND ?
ere hereby notified that the underslgm tl is not
ready to receive the annual returns of Income. Cat
rlages. Gold Watches, ko., M ?Ho to tax under the Intel
nal Revenue Laws of the United States.
All persons engaged in business of any kind, In th
above-mentioned Wards, are also notified that it Is tbel
duty forth vitlt to make application, through this office
for Licornes. Blanks will be lurulstiud on appltcatlo:
as above. E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE.
May 3 wfm3 Assistant Assessor.
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician
Presenta to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates tho procesa of Teething, b
soi toning the gums, roluolng all Inflammation?, wi
allay ALL PAIN and spasosodlo action, and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend ?pon It, mothers, It will give rest to younelvet
Belief and Health to Your Infants
We have pnt up and sold this artlclo for over thin
years, and can say in confidence and truth of It what n
have never been able to say of *? other modlclno
NEVEtt HAS IT FAILED IN A Sax-fOLK INSTANCE T
EFFECT A ODRE, wtfeu timely used. Never did w
know of an lnstanoe of dtisatlsfaotlon by any one wfc
tiaod it. On the oonlrary, aU are delighted with lta opt
rations, and speak In terme of oommendatlon of 11
magloal effeots and medical tir tu eu, We speak In thl
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' exp
rienoe, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFD
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almo;
every lnstanoe where the infant la aufferlng from pal
and exhalation, relief will be found In fifteen or twant
minutes after the syrup Is administered.
Fall directions for using will acoompany each bottl
Hose gsnnlne anlese the foe simile of CURTIS ft FBI
KINS, New York, la on the outside wrapper.
Bold by aU druggists throughout the world,.
Pi-Ice only SB Cents per B?<ilc?
iabT EINO & GASSxDEY,
februaryM ?ano " ttBBBB?BBi
Furniture, Family Carriage, Matting, ?fcc.
IHcKAY AND ( A fillMU :i.l>.
Will soli THIS DAV. limned ialely of tor obovo sale,
Bldtihonrds, Bur? aus, S >la
Wardrobes, (-entro Tables
Ilali- Hi*iit Brokers and Chairs
Roc-wood Writing Denk, Meat Safos
Card Tallies, Uc?lntca?I
Mat? reun?s, Wsshatanda
WaMilng Machines, Stoves
Cooliln Utensils. Crockery
Basin? und Pitchers
Mug??. Tea Setts, Ac., kc.
7 Wood seat Piazza Lounges.
1 Nun A: olarko Piano Fort?
1 FAMILY CARRIAGE
8 rolls 4-4 Canton Matting.
200 NEW LINEN BED bUEETS
40 Hair Pillo? s.
Conditions cssb. May 4
Rhine, Sherry and Fort Wine?On Account of all
M.KAY At CAMPDELL,
Next to PoBtoiHcc, Hnsel-strcet,
Will oeil TU 18 DaY, at 10 o'clock,
2 CA8?B "HOCKHE1MER" WINE
1 caso "Foraterlronilner" Wine
1 case "Ungeteioer Relsllng" Wlno
1 caso "Nolratolnor" Wlno
1 ?se Ruldesholmer Berg" Wino /
1 case "Lisblrauruilch" Wlno
2 casos " Old Port" Wlno
2 cases Sherry Wlno
8 CA8E8 ?FIVE YEAR OLD" STAB WHIBKEY
4 cases .Stock Alo
2 barrels Porter.
Conditions cssh. May 4
Hay ! Hav ! Hay !??9n Account of all Concerned.
BY .?KUtVs At 1IHIS, Auctioneers.
Will he sold TO-DAY, at 11 o'clock, alongside tho cchr.
Southerner, Atlantic Wharf,
05 HALES HAY, slightly dsmsged by salt water.
A Large Lot Brass. Copper, Iron, &c.
BY MI1.LI.-A.V, NELOHER9 ACO.
THIS DAY, 4th instant, on Accommodation Wl arf, at
11 oYlork, we will sell,
1 No. 1 8TEAM PUMP
7 Boat Davit?
6 Iron Tanks, said to hold a'jout 126 g liona each, in
go> d order
1 Cbalu Cable, 1*, inch, about 90 fathom?
2000 poun-ls Urans aud Cupper
1 lot Wrought Iron, suitable for blackBmi'.hs
1 brass Howitzer
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Hemp Rope
1 Topsail Yard complete, with irons attached, Ac.
At samo tlm-*- and place,
About 8000 NEW RED BRICKS.
Conditions cssb. Articles tobe removed Immediately
aft?*r?ale._ _ May 4
Valuable. Real Estate.
BY T. A. WHITNEY.
On THURSDAY, 10th lust., will be sold at the north
sido of the Exchange, at 11 o'clock,
AU that vacant LOT OF LAND, situated ou tho north
side of Line-street, nearly opposite ht. Philip-street,
measuring 32 foot front snd rear, by 141 feet In depth,
mote or less.
All thst valuable VACANT LOT OF LAND on the
north side of Queen-street, near the Mills House, mea
suring sud containing ou Queen-street 47 feet, by 160
feet in depth.
All that other LOT OF LAND, with a THREE STORY
WOODEf? BUILDING ihereon, well known as tbe resi
dence o' Mr. J. L. No well, situated on the corners, at.d
measuring on Drake-street and Bay street 286 feet, and
on Keid-str-et aud South-street 200 feet each, more or
lens. Tho r tr id ene o on the premiso i contains 7 largo
squsro rooms, two story piazza, cistern snd gas fixtures.
On tho premises are all the necessary outbuildings. The
favorable and healthy location of this property should
commend the premises to all desiring a homestead.
All that LOT OF LAND situate at Northwest corner
of j rako and South streets, n eaauring on Drake-street
eighty feet (80); -amo on the back line, and In depth
eighty feet (SO), be tho sanio mon or less, making a
square lot. albo,
All that LOT OF LAND (vacant', situate on the
south side of basel-atreet, neir East Bay, and known at
tbe Machine Shop ot Cameron A Co., measuring on
Basel-street, north l>no, one hut dred and thirty feet
(130 lent); on the west line one hundred and forty
three feet (143 feet^; on the south lino one hundred and
thirty fett 1130 f<et); and on the east line one hundred
and forty six feet (146 fset).
AU that other LAND, adjoint g the above, measuring
in front 'ii H-aSt-l-street thirty feet (30 f?-ei); on the east
Una one hundred aud fort;-three feet (143 feet).
. ' ALSO,
t AU that LOT OF LAND Mtuate on the southwesl
corner of Smith snd Bull streets, with the two and
half story WOODEN LVVELMN? with a Oninhed base
ment House containing two finished basement rooms,
four square and two attio rooms; double piazza on the
south. On tho premise?, are a two story Brick Kitchen
Carriage House snd ?- tables. Lot measuring in front or
Smith-street-feet, snd en Bull-street-feet.
All that three story DRIOK DWELLING situate or
tbe north side of Tradd-sireet, No. 116. House contain
log six sqoare rooms; a two story Kitchen; roofi
That valu ab'o LOT OF LAND on the northwest corne
of Trsdd and Logan streets; measuring on Tradd-stree
-feet, aud on Logan-street-feet.
Conditions?One-third casti; balance In one and twi
years; interest on the credit portion paysble seml-an
liUally; buildings to be lnauted aud policy assigned
Purchasers t > pay mo for papers. May 2
Extensive Saw Mills near SummerviUe, S. 0., it
BY ALONZU J. WIIITK ?ft SON.
Wilt be .?old. on THURSDAY, the 10th of May, at 1
o'clock, at the north of the old Custom House, corne:
of East Bay and Broad streets.
Two (2) extensive and valuable 8AW MILLS, m ful
operation, together with 1100 acres of (Yellow Pine
TIMBER LAND, situate near the healthy vUisge o
MILL Mo. 1?Is run by a 30 to 36 horse Engine, buU
by EASON k BROTHER of Charleston, (3) three Cylin
der Boilers, making an abundant supply of steam. Thi
MU? ?b capable of rawing from five to eight thou ?an?
feet dully. It has also attached to it a TOLL GRIH':
MILL capable of -grinding 60 bushels of Corn per day. Tli
Mill la situated 2>i miles from Summe? ville Depot, ova
excellent roads. The establishment to this MUl Is com
piste, having Carpenters and Blacksmith Shops, ko.
MILL No. 2?Inane*** building,.0x60, recently erecta
in the moat substantial manner, with all late Improve
im nt in Circular Saw Milling. It baa an En,ino of 3
horse jmw. r. with (2) large Cylinder Boiler?. ThU Mil
1? J? of a mile from the tjouth Carolina Railroad, an<
can be plainly seen from tbe road. It wta buUt a? .
?oublu Mill, thus enabling the proprietors, at any lutur
day, to remove the Engine and Machinery from Mil
No. 1 to tbo above-named building, and running tw<
Mills under tbe supervision of one (1) Engineer, witl
fewer bauds and le?a expenso. New Cottagos have boei
erected at Ibis Mill for the operatives.
Together with the above MUls will sold, ten (10) Mulet
four (4) Timber Carts, two (2) Wagons, two .(2) Carte
with harness complete.
Terms?One-ball cash; balsnco payable by ??cure.
notes, at 3, 6 and 0 months; secured by mort].ago of th
whole properly sold. Purchasers to pay A. J. W. k SOI
for all requisite i apers
The above property may be treated for at Prlyate Sal
until day of sale. fmw6 tbl April 37
At Sprint! Plains Plantation, in tbe Parish of St John'
Berkley, will be sold, on the 16th inet.,
The PERSONAL EFFECTS belonging to Estate of th
late Thomas O. Porcher,
A BUOOY, Steam tngine
2 McCarthy Gins,
ARTICLES OF HOU8KHOLD FURNITURE.
GOVKIt.VMKNT 8.1 MC OF CAPTURE!
WiU be ?old, at publio auction, on WEDMESDAY. Mi
9th, 1866, at 12 M.,
BY WILLIAM GURNEY, AUCTIONBKB,
At No. 10) East Bay, Chsrieston, a 0..
THE CAPTURBl* STEAMER "MARY FRANCIS."
Side-wheel steamer of 167 tons; wooden hull; leng
166 feet; beam 10,?..: overall 31 feet; draft 6feet; oyllnd
82 Inches; stroke 7>, feet; square engine, with thcequ i
ment? on board.
Term? cteh in Government currency, to be paid in
mediately on conclusion of sale.
By order of the
8FCRETARY OF THE TBEASUBY.
T. O. Caxxioot, Supervising Hpeolal Agent Unite
States Treasury Copartnv-nt May 1
JU8T RECEIVED, DIRSOT FROM UVBRPOOl
27 orates CROCKERY ware, containing a ?pie
did assortment of best GRANITE aud O O WaBJ
which will be cold low by the singlo crate, or in lo
A UAMPLE O RATE la open for Inspection at my 8 tor
Aproar ?iulrao No. 78 East Bay.
Loots, shoes, Dry Goods, Fitterers, Rose, Jtc.
IIV .-?ULKS I ?it Ali 10.
THIS MORNING, ht Id o'clock, will bo sold, at my
Store, corner ot Kin? ami Liberty Rtroots,
25 coees and cartoon? BOOTS AND SHOES, compris
ing Lad lea'and Geutn' Balmoral-, Men's Drogans and
Ore?lo Cot.presB, Otlf Boots, Misses' Balmorals and
Slippers, chilli's Balmorals atul Congress.
A flue assortment ol soanouublo DRY UOODS, Hosiery?
Clothing, Hats, ic.
?1 WATER FILTERERS
1 Iroti Chest
1 Garden Hose, 100 feet.
1 bale ORNABCROS, slightly damaged
1 case Mourning Muslin, slightly damagod.
Neto and Second-hand Furniture, Shoes, ?c, de
BY BOW KltS ?V KIM-OX.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, in our Store, No. 127 Meetin g
street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock.
Bets of COTTAGE olIAMHl-.it. FUKITUKK, fino Ma
hogany High Post Beodsteud. Cottage Bodatcad?, Ward
robe, Secretary and Book Case, Pillow? and Holster?,
Cots and Cot Mattresses, Double and Single Mattress??,
Bed Steps. Shower Bath, Cnrptv. Vr'aslintands, Table?,
Caiio Heat Chairs. Plated Pitchers, Worked Collars,
Men's Balmorals, Gaitera. Slippers; Children's Shoe?,
Urne l?t SUk Fringes. Braids, Trimming?, Ac,(?for
Ladles' Dresses; Blackberries and t-t-uwberrles In cant*,
8rgars, Brown Linen, Stoves, Iron I'oIh, ko , kc.
Conditions cosh. May 4
BY CLIFFOKD At JIHTIIICWKK.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, at No. 31 >, Brood
Two WORE MULES.
Terms cosh. Msy 4
BY COHEN, HANCKEb Ai CO.
OW WEDNESPAY. 9th May, at 10 o'clock, A. M., will bo
sold at No. 7 Hayno-etreet, for account of Under
writers and all conccrnod,
NINETY-SIX PAOKAGE8 EARTHENWARE, selected,
expreisly for this market, and damaged on board the
schooner Wickopco, ou voyage of importation.
Catalogues to bo had at our t.fllco. May 4
Undertnri tcrs' Sale.
BY COIIKN, IlANtKEL At CO.
On WEDNESDAY. U.h May, at 10 o'clock A. M., will TO?
sold at No. 7 Hayne street,
160 boxes I O HOOFING TIN PLATES
48 boxe? I X Roofing Tin plates,
Dammed on voyage of Importation. May S :
SALEOF t'OVKK(?HENT PltUPUllTV, r
Will be sold, at Public Auction, at 10 o'clock A. M., on
Wi DNtSDAY, May 23d, lt-6?, at St-fibrook, near Hilton
Head, 8. C, undor the direction of Captain CUARLES
BARNARD, Assistant Quarterma .ter, the followln.
STEAMER "CHA88EUR," as she lays on the beach.
Two Bolters, taken from tho steamship "Wlnfto
Terms cash, in Government funds.
O. W. THOMAB,
Brevet Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
April 19 1 epartment touth Carolina;
"A I.K OK UOVIUltrsJIlKN'r PlIUFKUTT.i
Will be aold, at Public Auction, at the Governmett
Store House, on 8outb Commercial Wharf, Charleston,
B. 0.. at 12o'clock M., on HUD AY, May 26tb, 1860, ?
large quantity of Government property from the Ar
my Machino bhops on bt, Helena Island, consisti?***
BOILER IRON, CAST STEEL, Bar and Sheet Copper
Zinc, Spelter, Sheet Leid, Yellow Motal, Thurber *
Metal, Paints. Chain, Screws, Boiler Tubos, Bolle
Rivets, Iron Pipe. Copper Nsjls, Finishing Nolls, Com
position Nails, Spikes, ??alls, Cupper Tacks, Belting ,
Bolts, Wire, HlngeB, Oars, Haws, Rope, Oakum, Sheath?
lng Paper, Coal Tar, Span Yarn, Pitch. Bosln, Chnrcoa
Fire Bricks, Hobo and Couplings, Clamps for Boiler
Iron, Screw Punches, Pipe Cutters, Blowers, Pet Lamps,
Oil Can?, Crucibles, Faucets. Squirt Cans, Gang Saw?,
Capstans, Woodward H tenu Pumps, Ixpanders, Hydrau
lic Jocks. Anchors, Steam Gauges, Globe Valves, Cheek
Valves, (longs, '1 hermomotera, Steam Whistles, Crow
Ba?-s, t-yrlnges, Spirit Level Bulbs, lamps. Salla, Blocks*,
Boot Hooks, Coupasses, Life Preservers, Cork Fender?
Jock Screws, Tube Brushes, Iron Tanks, Stoves, Store
Grates, .Bellows, Portable I orge*, Platform Scales*,
Grindstone, Moulding Flasks. Shovels, 8podes, Black
smith's Tools, Plumber's Tool?, Carpenter's Tools. .'.
Catalogo e s containing a lull list of the articles to bo
sold con bo obtained in a few days upon application to
the Quartermasters ot Charleston and Hilton Head, &
C, and Savannah and Augusta, G a.
Terms coah In Government funds. - /.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lleatenant Colonel and Chief Quortermoater,
April 19 Department South Carolina. '
?-tAi.lt, OK UOVKHAMICNT D1ACH1MKKY.
Will be sold, at PubUo Auction, at 12 o'clock M.. on
WEDNESDAY, May 23. 1866, at the Army Machia?
Shops, on bt. HeleBO Island, opposite Hilton Head, ?.
0.. nnder the direction of CopL CHARLES BARNARD
THE FOLDOW1HG PUBLIC PBOPERTY, via : '
One HORIZONTAL ENGINE, 30 Inch stroke, 18 ?Ob
One Horitontal Engine. 20 Inch cylinder
One Locomotive Boiler
One Steam Boiler Heater
Ports 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 Hand Railroad Cars
Two Iron Pilot Houses *
One set of Rollers for Boiler Iron
One Power Punch
Hi Slide Lathes, ooe 40 Inch swing, two 20 Inch, two
19 Inch, and one 18 Inch
One Bolt Cutter
One Planing Machine. 9 foot bed, 32 Inch upright
One Upright Drill
One Fire Engine
One Wooden Flauer
Threo 8tc&m Pumps
One Brass Furnace
Six Iron Ladles
One Jig Haw and Table
One R R. Splitting Sow Table
One Pattern Makers' Lathe
One Morticing Machine
One Foundry Crane
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
1 Two Pile Drivera
) One Furnace Cupola
One Timber Truck
Fifteen thousand Bricks
One lot Patterns.
THE FOLLOWING WOODEN BUILDINGS :
1 One 100 feet long, 86 feet wide, Blacksmiths' Shop
I' containing nine Brick Forges, with Bellows, complete
one 64x28; one 70x10; one 24x12; one 19x21; one, two
stories, 120x28; three 20x20; one 12x18; two 25x13; thres)
26x12; one 20xlU; one 110x26; one 260x30; one 28x321
one2'x20; one 12x8; one 11x12;one 169x30; one 116x60
two stories, with loft. A
Terms cash in Government fonds. - ' I
0 C. W. THOMAS,
1 Bv't. Lt. Ool. and Chief Quartermaster Dep't S. C.
1 April 19_
KDI8I? ANO A S ULK Y CA.VAL COMPANY
OFFICE EDISTO & ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY,)
ObableStom, 8. 0? March 19,1866. I
BY AOT OF THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED ATlTjB -
last session, the EDISTO AND ASHLEY CANAL
COMPANY received permission to increase their capita
from One Hundred Thousoud (f 100,000, Dollars to Threo
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars, In Shares of On?
Hundred ($100) Dollars each.
The publio are hereby informed that the book?, for
subscription to tbe additional Stock, will be open from
9 A. M. to 2 P. M. dally, at the office of Messrs. JOHN
B. RIGGS k CO., corn or Broad-street and East Bay. The?
Stock subscribed for to be paid for by a monthly instala
ment of of Five ($6) Dollars on each and every fiharo.
3. BAVENEL MACBETH,
Seoretrry and Treasurer,
P. 8. "Carolina Times" oopy and send bill to tbJi*.
office. March 10
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
in? most iMi-novro \
GRAND AND SQUARE
Full Iron Frame and Overstrung Basfl,,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE ' '
No. 10 Weat Iso-aatioa-a-atreet. No. 1?
NEAR BROADWAY, NBW YORK.
THE UNDEBSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OF
KRAUSHAAR k CO., ore practical Piano maker?,
and as such hove had a large experience in connection
with some ?> tb best? Establishments in this country
and Europe T i elr tonos axe made not merely for
them, but t \ tnt-ai, et d undor their Immediate personal
supervision, in- hey allow no in- truments to leave their
factory and i-sbs Into the hands of their patrons, unless
they have a power, evenness, firmness and roundness of
tone, an elasticity of touoh?without which no Instru
ment ought to be satisfactory to tbe public?as well aa>
that durability in construction, which enables lt to re
main in tune and to withstand snddsn chsngcaof tern?
perature and exposare to extreme heat and oold, which,
are sometimes unavoidable. . .
They will at all times be hoppy to see the pwfeaalo?
aufl the pnbUo at their Warerooms, sod Invite compari
son between thoir own .Pianos and those of any other
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.TOBIAS HA?IK*
OHARLEfl J. BOHONEUANN. ...V.