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-Tlie Daily ]STe^vVS.
TUESDAY MORN INO, MAY 8, I860.
LAKfcr?ST CIKCULATIOIS IN THE STATE.
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baa always tho latest dates of the DAILY NEWS, as he
floes of all the other prinolpal journals of the country.
SaT SEE ?SBOOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?2?
TOE FAIH laBt night seemed to us more crowded
than evor. The tables looked very attractive still,
though wo miHsed many of tho articles wo had
seen there last week. Subscriptions or "chancea"
rather were still taken, and railling waa going on.
briskly at tho placo of honor, in the centre of the
Hall. Tho music was Une, and made the hours
flit by on rapitl wings, to the gallant youths and
maidens fair, who chatted gaily, walked round tho
room, looked at each other, halted, whispered J
went on again,smiled, sighed, and-ate ico-cream;
sometimes forgetting that they wero not alone in
Goin<: to seo the fair, is a favorite amusement
with our boys, Bnd we expect to see the place
cram-jammed to-night, being the last evening of
the Fair. We learn that the managers are very
well satisfied with the flattering auoceBS that have
crowned this their labor of love.
THE TOBNVEBBIN had one of their pleasant en
tertainments last evening. The first and princi
pal play was "Wie drei Musikanten Uwe Zeche
Decidedly fanny, though the monologues are
certainly too long for ordinary actors or auditors.
The amatenrs went through their parts very
well (as indeed the Turners always do), showing
that thoy must havo spent great time and pains
on their roles. The second piece waa a farce,
"Nur einen Cent," rather heavy in thought, though
certainly very woll acted.
The audience seemed to enjoy the whole per
formance very much, and manifested their appre
ciation by loud and frequent demonstrations of
Wo write this after midnight, and will there
fore he excused for saying no more.
2.40 OUTDONE.-" Little Sue," Is coming out,
and before long, we doubt not, will be decidedly
" fast." "We have recorded several trials, varying
from 180 to 233 feet. This morning we have the
pleasure to announce a brilliant feat, accomplish
ed by this Pioneer in Market street yesterday af
ternoon before a large and delighted multitude.
Thorn she stood puffing away, and presently
played. On, on, and still farther flew the spriy.
When she had reaohed her maximum, the distance
was measured, and showed the surprising result
of 246 feet, full stream, to the very last foot of it.
The " boys" are enthusiastic of course, confident
now, that at the next dress parade thoy will easily
distance all competitors. They are aangnine of
having the "LITTLE BUS" lead them greater
lengths yet. 240 feet was all the builders prom
ised ; showing that they prefer letting their works
speak for them, rather than make any undue
promises. Messrs. CLAPP <fc JONES of New York,
the builders, brought this engine on ten days
ahead of the time, originally contracted for, going
to prove the same fact, that they promise little,
bat perform maoh. Success td the meritorious
firm. E. D. ENBTON, Esq., the President, looked
proud and radiant.
A MISTAKE OOBBSOTED.-The New York Times,
of the 3d, has a paragraph reflecting upon the
firemen cf this city. It states that a riot occurred
at the recent anniversary parade, in which a negro
waa shot, and that colored troops had to be called
in to quell the disturbance. There was no ri?t at
all on the day of the anniversary. On the contra
ry, the greatest order and decorum prevailed
throughout the day. There was a quarrel going
on, on the evening previous, between a white and
a black boy, as tho Georgia visiting Fire Compa
nies were coming down Meeting-street. The Fire'
men, however, had nothing to do with the matter.
The colored troops who ultimately came to be en
gaged in the affair either carno of their own ao
cord," or were called by unauthorized, irresponsi
We have been ?ingnlarly free here from collis
iona, snob aa this reported in the Times, andhopi
the same good feeling may continuo between tin
two races in our city and State.
Oouavr or COMI?ON PIAAB.-The session oasei
being disposed of for this term, Hie Honor, Jndg<
OLOV?P, waa engaged y?sterday morning in th
oonaideration of mattera coming within the Juris
diction of the above tribunal.
Two important questions were presented, an
ably argued ; tbe first involving the power of thi
Court in granting prohibitions against the Magif
trate'a Court, and the second waa, whether o
not a second attachment may bo set aside fo
reason of the pendenoy of an appeal, taken 1
consequence of a first attachment in the sam
causeo? action having been set aeide in anothe
Petitions, pro and con, were learnedly support
ed hy Cooneel, but the decision in each waa di
The Court will meet again to-day.
Paovoat COURT, May 7.-United States vs. JOB
8trt.i.rvAw (white, In Government employ)_Job
Wall (colored) sworn, aaid on Saturday evenin
last defendant carno into my restaurant and cal
ed for two glasses of beer; I asked him to pay fe
it. He said he would, and came back and had o
money,-and did not pay. Used very vulgar lei
fxoage; I told htm to go ont, he might have tb
drink. Ho refused to go, and I put him ont &
made no resistance. When William Whaley, wl
ia in my employ, carno out, do fondant made affc
him, and the boy feu. Tho dofeodantthen cangl
him in tho sido. The boy tried to got away,' bat
in the meantime tho polioo carbo np and arroated
the defendant. Defendant appearod to bo drunk,
and acted very Btrangoly. Fined $2.
United States vs. Iaaao Brown, colored-Drunk
and JHsorderly.-J. W. SCHULZ, sworn, said: On
Saturday last defendant and two others came in
to my store, corner of Gannon and St. Pliilip
Btreets, about the middle of tho day. One naked
for a pair of ehoes; I gave him a pair to try on.
At this timo dofondant took a pair out of tho box;
I then took thom away from him, and told bira
they wero ladies' shoes. He then picked up a
hammor, threatened to atriko mo in the bead, for
making him put down tho shoes. He would not
put tho hammer down for his associates, and my
wife went np and took it away from bim. Ho
then put bia hand behind him and said, God damn
you, if you take that from me, I will give you this;
and then Lieut. KINOMAN came up and arrested
bim. Sound guilty, and Unod $2.
THE VICTORIA HOTKL, corner King and Princoss
streets, has been very handsomely refitted
throughout, and is to formally opened at 11 o'clock
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BROAD STREET, )
CHARLESTON, May 7, 1866. J
Editors Haily News:
GENTLEMEN: - Governor PERRY has sent to me
pardons from the President of the United States,
for the several parties whose names are appended.
Will you do me the kindnoBs to give publicity
thereto, and to say that the pardons can be ob
tained on application at my office, Charleston Li
brary Buildings, N. W. cornor Broad and Church*
streets. Very respectfully, &o.
JAMES L. G?NTT.
H. A. DUO.
ARTEMUS JAMES BURKE
X. L. HUTCHINSON.
T. N. GAD8DEN.
J. O. H. 0LAUS8RN.
JOHN W. LKWI-M,
D. D. GRAVAS.
JOHN MoE BEGAN.
B. L. KERRISON.
J. D. PO?OHPR.
JAMES Lt PATTERSON.
JAMES K. ROBINSON.
P. V. BPARKMAN.
W. P.SHI XGLER.
W. B. WILLIAMS.
W. S. ADAMS.
THE METHODIST GEHEBALJLCONFBBEMOB adjourn
ed on tho firnt of May. The following may be
mentioned as- B?me of the most important acts
passed at ibis session :
A.resolution was passed proposing to change
the nama of the Church, to " The Methodist
Cuuroh," to be ratified by three-fourths of each
Two Missionary Boards have been constructed,
one Home, the other Foreign. The Home Board
ia looated in Nashville, Dr. J. B. MOFEUHIN, Secre
tary. The Foreign Board is located in Baltimore,
Dr. E. W. SBBON, Secretary.
The four Bishops cloctod have already been
named in the NEWS.
The Publishing House at Nashville le to be
continued; Rev. A H. REDFORD, Agent. Dr. T.
O. SUMMERS, Book Editor, and editor of the
The introduction of lay delegates into the coun
cils of the Church has been adopted, subject to
ratification by the Annual Conferences.
There nae been an extension of the pastoral
term to four yeara.
The probationary system of membership has
keen abolished; and class-meetings made op
The Educational Committee recommend the es
tablishment of an instituto for the education of
young men entering the ministry; also, a high
standard of intellectual qualifications for those
entering Conference; also, the concentration of
the Church to the supportqt a fow acholara under
guidanoo of the Chnroh.
. ? ?II
FIRE IN CAMDEN, S. 0.-Tho Journal brings us
the following sad intelligence of a destructive fire
in Camden: "Tho residence of Mr. LESLIE
MCCANDLESS, on Broad-street, with the smaller
Academy on the same lot, and the kitchen of Mrs.
S. E. LEE, on the adjqining lot, were all consumed
by fire on Sunday morning lust. The fire, which
was doubtless the result of accident, was discov
ered about day-break, and before our people could
be gathered, had progressed too far to save those
buddings. The large Academy on one side, and
Mrs. LEE'S residence on the other, were rescued
by the powerful and untiring efforts of citizens
and freedtnen. Wo are unwilling to let the occa
sion pass without giving our evidenco of the
praiseworthy conduot of the freedtnen in this in
stance, as well as in others that have come under
our observation. They worked most diligently,
efficiently and cheerfully.
RE-GARRISONED.-The Camden Journal of Fri
day last says : "On Wednesday last onr town
was re-garrisoned by a detachment of soldiers
from the 17th Regiment of Maine Volunteers, un
der command of CapL BOYCE, They are station;
ed at the old brick hotel, opposite the Court
Auction Salea Tills Day.
WrjLBun fe BOM will aeQ this day, at the north of the
Exchange, at 11 o'clock, a small residence In Quean
street; also a desirable rstidenc? and store In Line
LEX st Co. will sell thia day, at tho corner of East
Bay and Broad-street,.a valuable lot of land on the east
side of King-street, between Queen street and Horl.
OLIVTOBD & MATHEWS? -will sell this day, in front
of their office, No. 8i% Broad-street, at 11 o'clock, work
mules, wagon and buggy.
A P. CALDWELL will sell this day, at Warehouse No. 6
Ohalra?rs-strcet at 10 o'clock, flour, lard, bilculla, ao.
T. M OATBS will sell this day, on Brown's Wharf, at
10o'clock, new May butter, p'lot bread, ohecse, ko.
Hsarar OOMA fe Co. will call this day. before their
?tore, No. M Vendus Bange, at 10 o'clock, berring,
salmon, vinegar, 4a
F. BiCKUB will sell this day, in his store, Ko. 180
Meeting-street, at half .past 10 o'clock, a large and varied
assortment of dry goods, Ac.
Moxs DBAEB will sell this day, at bia store, corner
of King and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock, dry gooda,
bats, clothing, Ao,
B BUK a st Bsx will sell this day, at the store of Mesara
WEST fe JOKES, MO. ti East Bay, at 10 o'clock, VU
bushels white corn, slightly damaged.
MnxxoAw, MstoBKBs fe oo. will sell' this day, li
their store, Ko. 30 Vendne Bange, at 10 o'clock, drj
goods, groceries, furniture, feo.
OsoaoB HoEEKEK will sell this day, In front of bli
store, Ko. l8 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, herring,
blacking, pipes, Bhlne ware, famitarc, segara, fee
SAMSON fe Antas will sell, this day, at thalr sala
room, Ko. l8 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, Caney gooda,
groceries, fex /
LATJBEY fe ALEXAKDX3 W?U Mas, this day, In theil
?tores, Moa. 188, 140 and 143 Meeting-street, At j li
o'clock, butter, whiskey, spices, beef, bacon, feo.
J. A. KKSLOW fe Co. will sell this day, to front c
Messrs. Frxwnousa .fe Oo.'s store, Ko. Ill Bast Bay. .
half-past 9?'dook, 40 b?rrela flour, damaged, '
8ar F BAT? fe WILSO? BBOTHEBS* column for flaw ad
versement of Glassware, Medlolnee, Patent Mod loin?
Soaps, and all other articles In their line of business.
Im a pleasant thing to bo a mUllonalrej but we car
notait attain that bus?. 8TETHKETCB fe Bo? are io
happy possessors of a million'-- ?Mi of hewn Uah?
sut UM a for ??very Imaglaable purpoa* foe which woo
la oalUd mia rtaulsltlon. Also, tonhet and shlntlM I
*" "^^??????W ???^SBB? .. s???fcis?ssMj?Bs?sssB? ***? n?# P ???? ww-_ ?^ ??? ^m?"y ?
1 I .iVfiVK '
any quantity. Bee advert?s*ment, and go to the depot,
foot of Beanfaln-street, where you can examine for
Drsrr.rsiA DKSTROTS TBK TKETU, unless its effects aro
counteracted by that pure vegetable tonlo and antiseptic,
BOZODONT. No bodily disease can impair them If this
antidote to all corrosive elements that act npon tho
enamel Is regularly applied. tns2
Too MAT Oona YOORSELV of Headache, Weak
Stomach, or Indlgostlon, Blllonsnoss, or Catarrh, or a
Bad Cold, or Soro Throat, or Hoarsonc ss, or Livor Com
plaint, or Pilos, or Constipation, or Rheumatism, or
Boro or Weak Eyes, or 8alt Rheum, or Kidney Disease,
or General Debility, or oven Asthma, with HUMPIIIIF.TB'
HouooPATBio SPECIFICS. Buy either a case for your
travelling companion or family, or purebsso the SPECIFIC
for your present ailment, HUMPBBETB' SPECIFIC
HoafozoPATiuo MEDICINE COUP ANT, No. 60'j Broadway,
N. Y. 0
A Bia THINO.-A million Is a great many, hut two
million la moro. As Incredible as It may appear, Messrs.
P. H. DBAKJS H Co., of New York, sell over two million
bottles of PLANTATION BITTKBS a yeer Tbla is nearly
one hundred and seventy thousand dozen, which at nine
dollars would be ovor a million and a half dollars!
Surely some merit must attach to an article of such a
salo. Oo where we will, from one end of the country to
the other, we are always in eight of the evidences of the
caballatlo 8. T.-1800-X, and these gentlemen's energy.
We would suggest to them a little more elegance in tholr
rook painting. The Legislature of New Hampshire has
passed a law against their further disfiguring the White
ON NEW YOBK AND LTYERPOOL BOUGHT AND
OOLD COIN, BANK NOTES. 8TOCE8. BONDS, eta
GEO. W. WILLIAMS at CO.,
April 28 fin w13 Nos. 1 and 3 Hayne-streot.
$10.000 TO $12,000.
FOB SALE FOR CASH ONLY, A GOOD PAYING
.Business in Charleston. Estabuthed nine months.
Good reason? fnrnlshed for wishing to Bell.
For particulars address
J. L. R.,
May 3_Loot Box, No. 100. Charleston.
BOUGHT BY P H. KEGLER,
Corner King and Hasel-streeta,
THIS OLD AND PLEASANT RESORT HAS BEEN
reopened, whero a flue assortment of ALE8,
WINES, LIQOOB8. Ac, can be found. Also, hot Meals
furnished, aud a cold Lunoh at anytime, ti .'
The subscriboT will b'o'ploaeed to receive the patron
age of their old friends ead the public, generally.
-'?. "? i '?.. X . JOHN McMANU8.
May8 *?-? ?-.?V i ??. WM. DIXON.
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PHELAN BILILARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1258137, and 139
Corner of Market street,
ABE NOW OPES TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ABE FUB
PHELAN & COLLENDER'S
UNDER THE 8UPERINTEDEKOE OF
MR H. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MB. PHELAN'S ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YOBK.
H. P. BINNS & CO.,
Well known to the people of
GHAELESTON and the visitors
to this City, for the last ten
years, is opened.
The proprietor feels that there
is no necessity for stating more
than the above. The place is
known as one of the most re
spectable houses in Charleston,
and therefore he has no need to
reoommend himself. . <.
Sole Proprietor. Southern Exchange,
NO. 125 MEETING-ST.,
CH4RMCSTOV, B. O.
tfThe best Wines? Liquors
and. S?ftars are always on
hand, and none others are
Gentlemen of Charleston ami Vicinity,
THE UNDER8IGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
that ttasy bars leased the asoona floor of the build,
ng on tho CORN ER OF MARKET AND KINO STREETS
(known as the Adger building), whereJhey bave flttee
np, in every particular, a nrst-claas BILLIARD HALL,
ocmptlslng Eleren Tabias, from tho inannfactory ol
Messrs. Kavanagh st Decker.
Tboas wlshln? to pass a pleasent evening in the enjoy.
mont of this game, cannot but help to find this the cool
eat and bo?i adapted room Sn tho City.
A prlTst* BAUPLE ROOM U atUohed, stocked witt
tho finest importations, i
Gentlemen are Invited to oaH and lntpcot for them
L0RING & T?RNER.
April* ._. |
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERT,
Drawn Baily at Coyington, Ky.
IUHUT.-DDT1 CO., MAKAftERS
... TICKETS In the abova LOTTERY promptly i
tended io. Drawings mailed as aoon Bjlbs Lottery
V-? few TICKETS lo the abor* LOTTERY promptly at
tonded to. Drawings mailed as so?? as tho Lottery I
drawn. Bavaoa W? Lottery-*?,?? ?<*??? ?x
Pris**, Capital PrUe, $100,001, Draws the 1Mb am
Urtof eeebmoath. Address)
B. T. ?rTKB* ?. ?. UosnaadACMt.
?US..I ./. . ? . I , . . .
>.' fitts ...
Dry Goods. Ac.
BY F". BAOK.US.
miS MORNING, the 8tb lust. ?Ill bo Bold in my Store,
No. 130 Meeting-street, opnosito tho Pavlllou Bolo), at
half-past lu o'clock.
Two casoa PINE UNDRESSED LONGCLOTII
uno case Ji Bleached ditto brown.
Pieces of Mourning Calico ; Pieces of French and Eng
lish Calico ; Pieces of 40 inch Pillow <'a?o Cotton ; '20
pieces of Paper Cambric ; 20 pieccH of Plaid Check Carn
ario ; 20 pieces Dotted SWII-B Muslin ; PICCCH of plain
3wi?s Muslin; co dozen assorted Hr.isery ; Pieces oi
colored lhanibroy8 ; Pieces of Plaid Olnghnms ; and a
largo assortment of Ladies' and Genlemen's Linen
"atnbrlo Handkerchiefs. Dozens ready-mado Calico
?hlrta ; Pieces of Alpaca ; Tablo Cloths ; Ready-mado
aiothing, and tho balance of -Mosquito Nots, slight
6 gross Superior MATCHES
15 boxes of Tobacco
10,000 Si gara,
200 pairs LADIES' SHOES, consisting of Balmorals,
Terms cash on delivery. May 8
Ratter, Whiskey. Spices, Reef. Bacon, Ac., Ac.
BY L/VIIHKY di ALhXlNDUH.
THI8 DAT. 8th instant, will be sold In our Stores, Noa.
138, UOand M2 Mectlug-Btreet, at 10 o'colck,
8 Tubs NEW BUTTES,
K boxes Fine Old Buurbon Whiskey-Star Branda,
- Baga Black Pepper,
- Boxes Ginger, Allspice, Cloves, Pickles, and Peppor
- Half bbls and Kits M-ckerel, Salmon and Herrings,
- Boxes Macearon!, Fish, Ac,
- Boxes T? a,
- Boxes Chewing Tobacco,
- Gross 13 Lae klug,
- Bbls Beef,
- Ubi? Vinegar,
- Backs Liverpool Salt, a*
- Pieces Smoked Beef,
- " Clear Bacon,
- ?< Bacon Stripp,
- .? " Bldea.
Conditions oaeb. May 8
BY LHUHEV & ALEXANDER.
THURSDAY, 6th lestant, will bo ?old in our Stores, Noa
138, 140 and 142 Mee ti og-street, at 10 o'clock.
Sboxes "COLLIN'8" AXES.
Condition? cash. May 8
Underter i ters' Sale.
BY < OH IO V, HANCKKL A CO.
TO-MORROW, 9 h May, at 10 o'clock A. M., will be
sold at No. 7 Hayne atreet,
160 boxes I O BOOF1NG TIN PLATES
48 boxes IX Boulin? Tin plates,
Dsmaged cn voyage of importation. May 8
BY COHEN, H ANCKEL fe CO.
TO-MORUOW, Oth May, at 10 o'clock, A. M., will be
?old at No. 7 Hayne street, for account of Under
.writer* and all concerned,
93 OBATES EARTHENWABE
3 HHDS. EARTHENWARE.
BELEOTED EXPRESSLY FOR THI8 MARKET, and
dam*fz;d on board schooner Wickopee, on voyage of
dialogues to be had at our omeo.
Of arm s caah._May 8
Undc, irriters' Sale of Tweeds, Rlankets, Flannels,
Linens, Cross Cut Saws, Ac.
BY COHEN, UAKCKUli at CO.
On FRIDAY, May 11, at 10 o'clock, will be sold, at the
'corner of Boyces Wharf and East Bay, for account of
Underwriters and all concerned.
Eight (8) BALES BLANKETS-9-4, 10-4, 11-1, 12-4
Eleven (11) bales White Welsh Flannel?
Three (3) bales Water-Proof Shepherd's and Fancy
One (1) case Black French Cloth
OES (!) caes Linons
Two (2) cases Oro? Ont Saws
Damaged on board Schooner Wickopee, on voyage of
Terms cash. May 8
.Rope, Candles, Ac.
BY STRE?T BROTHERS ii CO.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 10th in it., at the New
O? a tom House Stores at the corner of East Bay and
Market-street?, at 11 o'clock, A. M., without reierve,
100 coila half inch BALE ROPE
100 boxes Stearine Candles
a bales of Twine
2 caaes English Mustard. .
Conditions caah. May 8
Schooner at Private Sale.
BY SMITH AND MCGILLIVRAY.
The schooner "SEA FOAM," a good aaller; can carry
about 25 cords wood. Apply as above, at
No. 27 BBOAD-8TBEET,
May 7 .- South aide, near State-street.
House and Lot in Aiken.
BY SMITH AND BleQIhUVRAY.
At Private Sale
A COTTAGE RESIDENCE with B rooms-outbuild
ings In good repair-quarters for six or eight servants.
LOT of 4 acres attached, 1000 feet trout on street, with
a half acre garden.
Apply aa above, at No. 27 Broad-street, nearly opposite
Residence in Summerville.
BY SMITH ANO McGILLTYRAY.
At Private Sale
A LOT of over one acre, with a neat summer RESI
DENCE, pleasantly located, two stories, donble piazza,
good garden, all neceessary outbuilding, Aa
For term*, apply as above, at No. 27 Broad-street, near
Bouse and Lol in Sumier.
BY SMITH AND MCGILLIVRAY.
At Private Sals
Eighty feet front on Republican-street by two hun
dred and ten feet deep on Wasolngton-street, with fine
flower garden In front, large vegetable garden in rear.
House has four rooms, good kitchen, fee, fea Price,
$2000; one-half cash.
Apply as above, at No. 27 Broad-street, near Stato.
House and Lot in Greenville, 8. 0.
BY SMITH AND MCGILLIVRAY.
At Private Sale
A delightfully situated RESIDENCE in the aalobrlous
and picturesque town of Oreen ville.
For tarma, apply aa above, at Na 27 Broad -streit, near
BY R. M. MARSHALL..
TO BENT, the HOUSE No. 58 Tradd-strect, having
eleven rooms, kitohen, carriage house, stable, elstern
and large lot
A HOUSE at Mount Pleasant, near the binding, hav
log six rooms, kitchen, atable, carriage house, and f
well of fine water. Apply as above at Na 83 Broad
street._ 8_May 7
Choice Fripp Sea Island Cotton Seed.
BY LEE de CO.
100 bushels cholee Be* Island COTTON 8BED (Fripp)
crop of J 886; warranted.
Apply at NO. 1 BROAD STREET,
May 7 I . Base ant State Bank.
Desirable Real Estate at Private Bale.
BY A. J. SAUNAS.
At Private Bale
That desirably located THBEE AND A HALF hXOWi
BUILDING on the east aide of King street, No. -, be
ing the fifth Hosso north of Hodson street, con tai ni ni
eight burge rooms. The lower room, now oocuplod ai
an office, and entirely separate from the residence, can
with very little expense, be converted into a handsomi
store. The Lot measures thirty-three feet six Inches oi
Bing street, by two hundred and seven feet In depth
more or less, and upon whtoh are spacious outbuildings
This property Is susceptible of great Improvement at
?mall cost, and offers a raro opportunity for Investment
For further particulars and terms, apply as above, t
May a No. 23 VENDUE RANGE.
BDI8IO AND ASHLEY CANA!, COMPANY
OFFICE KDI8TO fe ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY, 1
OBABUSTOV, 8. O., March 1?, 1848. J
Y ACT Or THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED AT IT
OBABUSTO?, 8. O., March l8. I860.
BY ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED A
last session, the EDISTo AND ASHLEY GANAI
COMPANY rscelvsd permission to increase their capita
from One Hundred Thousand (1100,000) Dollar? to Thre
Hundred Thousand (1800,000) Dollars, hi Shares of On
Hundred (1100) Dollar? etea.
Tho public are hereby Informad that the books, fe
subscription to the additional Stock, will be open fror
0 A. M. to 2 P. M. dsily, at th* office of Messrs. JOH!
8. BIGGS fe CO.. corn or Broad-street and East Bay. Th
Stock snbaoribsd for to be paid for by a monthly insta
meut of of rive ($8) DoXsrs on each and every shara
i. BAVgllEL MACBETH*
Bsoretrry and Treasurer.
P. a "Caroline Time?" copy and send MU to tal
office. March It
BOYAL HAVANA LOTTHinY OS" CUBA?
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVKBNMKHI
$S?0,000 IN GOLD DRAWN ?VERY BJtVJUsTSSi
Prises cashed and hi formation furnished.
?Tob highest ross paid for DcuUoons and ali UP?
Bold ??cT Bibras. TAYLOR fe iCPCL. Banks?,
February? ?ma li? is WatLatrwat V*v YerV
?HE EABTBRN SO. ?A. JOURNAL;
T8 PUBLISHED STSBY SATUBDAY MOBNINGI
1 tbatownofBstiasttsvaie.S.a, brW.V. B.HX1
Small Residence in Queen street.
BY W11,mm AND SON.
THIS DAY, 8th insiant. at tho north of tho Exchange,
at 11 o'clock, will bo ?old,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with a neat two story Dwell
ing tbcrcou, ?ltuoto OB the north sido of Queen street,
and known by tho No. 180-(old number 140.) Lot
measures In front ou Queen streut 45 feet by 182 feet 0
Inches In <l< pth. The Rouse contains Mx ??mare rooms,
lathed and plastered. Uno cistern, flower garden and
lruIt trees, and nil uoroMiary outbul'i'lugs.
Conditions-Ono-hulf cash; balance In ono and two
veers, secured by bond and mortgage of the premises;
bnildlnga to bo Insured and policy assigned. Furcbssor
to pay tiH for paper*. tutliPliiD May 8
Desirable Resilience and Store in Line-street.
it W11,m u Aivu MIX.
THIS DAY, 8th imitant, at tho north of the Ex
change, at 11 o'clock, will be ?old,
All that LOT OF LAND, with a two and a half Btory
DWELLING thereon, sltuato In Lino-street, and known
bv No. 0, containing 6 rooms, ? of which aro lathed snd
plastered; piazza fronting weet. On the premises Is a
fine well of water, choleo selection of fruit trocs, and aU
necessary outbuildings. The houso has recently boen
Insured for f.15'0.
Conditions-One-half cash ; tho bslanco in 13 months,
to be secured by bond and mor gage of tho premises,
and the policy aatlgned. Purchaser to pay us for
papors. lutbsmtuS May 8
Dry Ooods. Clothing, Hats, &c.
At 10 o'clock THIS MOBNINO. will bo sold at my store,
corner of Klug and Liberty streets,
Pieces PAUL DE OHENE8, ria Id Mozambique
PI ?ces Leno Muslin a, t ilk Tisanes
Pieces figured Lawns, Chain, Beroge
Piooea Printed Linen, Swiss Muslin
Pieces 4 4 and 7-8 Brown Homospnn, English and
American Prints and Longclotb, Catslmere, Moiton
Cloth, Grenadine, Ac
H op Skirts, Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery, L. C. Hand
kerchiefs, ?uspenders. Nock Ties, Flax Thread, Hool, a
and Eyes, L idles' Bog?, Tooth, Hair, Cloth, Nail, snd
Blacking Brushes, Hair til, Pomade, Hair Pins, Agate
and black Elnstlo Buttons, Dressing Combs, Whlsp?,
Watch Guards, Ladios' Enamelled Collars, Win do*
1 bale OSNABURGB, for account of all concerned.
Flour and Lard.
BY A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY. tho 8th Instant, will be sold, at 10 o'clock,
at Warehouse No. 5 Chalmers-street,
31 barrels FLODB.
40 tnba PRIME LARD.
8 barrels BIS0U1T8.
. Da-naged on voyngo of importation from Baltimore.
' Conditions cash on delivery. Mar 8
Herring, Salmon and Vinegar, &c.
llYHICNItY COBIVdi Cn.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, bolore our Store, No. 30 Ten
duo Range, will he sold
20 barrels PIOKLED HERRING
a I kits Salmon
67 boxes Haddock
10 barrels Vinegar
20 baskets Champagne.
Terms cash. May 8
Valuable Lol on King-street.
BY bKK di CO.
THI3 MORNING, 8th inst., st the corner or Broad
and East Bay streets, ar 11 o'clock, will be Bold,
AH that LOT OF LAND on the esst side of K lng-atreot,
between Queen-street and Horlbeck'a Alley, next north
ol Lacoasiagne's- measuring on King-streetthlrty-eeven
feet el? ht Inches, by two hundred and thirty-ono leet
deep, more or less.
Terms-une third cash; balance in one and two years,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of the pro
perty. Purchaser to pay L. A Co. for papers.
Work Mules, Wagon and Buggy.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, 8tb Instant, at 31J? Broad
street, at 11 o'clock.
4 WORK MULES
One four horse Wagon
One Top Buggy
Tera s cas ?._May 8
Positive Sale-Small Dwelling Houses.
BY McKAY ?St CAMPBELL,
Ilnsrl-strrct, next Post office.
TO-MORROW, 9th instant, will be sold, at our store, at
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the fonr two story
WOtH'EN UOUSEci thereon, situated ou the westside
of St. Pblllp-atreet, betwreu Cannon and 8prlog. streets.
measuring In front 29 feet by 188 feet in depth, more or
lesa. A piat of the same can bo seen at onr office.
Conditions of ?ale-one-half cash; balance In one
year, secured by bond and mortgage of the prom?
tes, with Interest payable se>i.l-aunnally from day of
sale; the buildings to be insured and the poUoy assign
ed. Purchaser to pay McK. & 0. for papers.
Coats, Pants, Shirts, de. J
BY JOHV ?. MI iff OB, di CO?
TO-MORROW (Wednesday) 9th inst, at 10 o'clock,
will be sold at our Store, No 185 Meeting-street,
An Invoice of the following DESIRABLE ARTIOLEfl:
1 dozen FA?10Y CASS IM ?RE PAKTS; 10 Black Drab
1 dozen Black Al paces, Coats; 21 pair Linen Pants
4 dozen White Cotton TwIUed Drawers, White and
Gent's fine Far Hats, ladlee' fine Elastic Gaiters
Linen Collars, Gent's Kid Gloves, Ganze Merino Pants
Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs; 10 dozen assorted Ho
1 bale. IS pieces, heavy COT f ON 03NABUBG8, slightly
Conditions cash. Moy 8
Valuable House and Lot.
BY T. A. WHITNEY.
On THURSDAY, 10th inst., at the north aide of Ex
change, at 11 o'clock,
AU that HOUSE AND LOT, situated on the east eldo
of State-street, next north of the Union Bank Yard. The
House ia a tbre<-story Brick, with six square upright
rooms. On the premises is a fine two story brick
kitchen. The lot measures 25)? feet front by 100
deep. This Building Is in the immediate business
portion of the city, and as Chalmers-street must soon be
open, should make It a very desirable Investment.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay T. A. W. tor aU
requisito papera. May 8
Valuable Houses and Vacant Lots.
BY T. A. WHITNEY.
Will be sold at the north side of the Exchange, on
THURSDAY, the 10th inst. at 11 o'clock,
All that vacant LOT OF LAND situated on the north
of Line-street, nearly opposite Coming-street; measur
ing and containing 'ii feet front utd rear, by 14>l feet
AU that VACANT LOT OF LAND situated on the
north side of Queen-street, near the Mills House, and
numbered 00. This ia a very fine location for a store on
account of its proximity to the hotel, and could easily
AU that other LOT OF LAND, containing on Drake
street 385 feet, on Beld-str*et 200 feet, and South-street
200 feet The above premises have been for many years
known as the residence of OoL J. L. No well. On the
premises Is a large three-story Besidenoe, containing
eight Urge square, three pantry and drestlng rooms,
with water works in good order. Po?aeaalon can be
given immediately. On the premliea are all necessary
servants' outbuildings. A beautiful view of the harbor
can be had from the three-story piazza. The desirable
location of this placo recommends itself to purchasers.
AU that LOT OF LAND situated on the northwest
corner of I rake an A South streets; measuring front ofi
Drake-street 80 feet, the ?amo on back line, and on South
street 80 feet, making a square lot,
The THREE LOTS OF LAND cn the south side oi
Hazel street (for many years known as the Pheonix Foun
dry of Cameron A Co.), * hlch will be sold separately.
AU that LOT OF LAND on the south side of Hasel
street, near Bast Bay, and known by the nu tuber-;
measuring in front and rear S3 feet 0 lLchts, and in
depth 160 feet
The ADJOINING LOT, measuring the same as the
AU that HOU8B AND LOT OF LAND ?lruated on the
southwest corner of Smith snd Bull streets. The Lot
measures on Bull-street 210 feet and cn Smith-street 91
feet On the ?remises Is a large three story Bulldins
(recently put in good order), containing six square and
two finished atti o rooms; double piazza, el? torn and
large pantry. The two-story Brick Kitchen has font
sleeping rooms] cooking and wash Kitchen?. On the
premise? is also a large Carriage Route, and BUblo foi
Conditions-One third cash; balance in ona, two and
three years, seemed by band and mortgage, with in
terest on lha credit portion peyable ?eml annually; build
Inga to be lnsnrsd and policy assigned. Pnrchaacr? te
pey T. A. W. for all necessary papera._May 7
J??ne and Desirable Dwelling for Bale.
BYT A. WHITNEY.
On THURSDAY, 10th in?t, at the north side of tbe Kx
change, at 11 o'clook,
'AH that fine three story BBIOK BUILDING situate?!
on the north sida of Tradd-atreet No. 110. House con
taina siz sqaare rooms On the premises there ia i
tu o ?tory nltchen; roof? aleteo.
AU that valnable LOT OF LAND ?Unsted on tho north
weat cora* r of Trade and Logan streets; measuring 01
Tvadd-street ID? feet and on Logan-street 115 feet
This is a vary desirable location fer a private bulldini
OotidlUcns-On tbA house In Blare etrest cash ; oi
the other b?nee and lot one-third eaah; balaneolnl.S
and 8 year?, secured by ktod and mortgage, with inter
ant on credit portion payaba* aWaaUannnalry, Pureba?
er to pa? T. AW. tor all requisito papers.
Dry Goods, Grot-tries. Ac.
No. *0 Vi ml,i, llnnue.
Will sol) TUI8 BAY. 8.h Instant. ?t 10 o'?rp#k.
]P^2!?.]UiK0Si0,,? T.0?'1"' ?ai.dkercbl.-r?, Jat?.
net, Brllllante, Diapers, Meltun Cloiii. r-atint-t Dor**
Tweeds, Rcady-Mado Clotliiug, Ladt*?' and deal*
Straw Hats, Ac.
1000 lbs HAMS.
- Kits Mackerel,
CO d?z Tr-ilot Soap,
-Boxes Pipes, Ac.
SUNDRY ARTICLES FUR M TUBE. ?.jnj S
OFFICE OF THE LJOIITIIOUSK lNM-MTo?i7toiilr>??J?
CHAULKBTON, HU ith IHR?L 'I
MILLIGAN, J1KI.( mu?s Ato:
Will sell, at pnblio suction, Tu-MORItOW 91 h inst.
at 11 o'o'ock, at th* foot of l'lnckney-streeL
The LIGHT VL8.-EL known a" tb,, RAITL^RWAEK
now lying at wharf foot of said ktreet. -j ho HDTJ 1SJS>
live oak, Is coppered and copper fuati ned below t Le vat?
4 TA?ES-600 GALLON? EACH
2 Main Pumps; Copper, Boies and Brakes laso?
1 Bllgo Pump, Copper, snd about 20 toni Pi? IMXB
Terms cash on delivery. m
By order Of the Lighthouse Board.
FRANCIS B ELLIBOCf.
M?y 8_Inspecior Suth Dlatrtrit
Erass, Copper. Ac.
BY MILLIGAN, MKLCHERS & co.
On FRIDAY, 18th lnat , on Accommodation Wlnrf ?sa
will sell, at 11 o'clock, '
About 2000 pounds BRASS aud COPPER
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Wrought Brou.
Conditions cash. Maya
Fancij Goods, Groceries. ?tv
BY SAMSON &!? AIMAR.
Will be sold, at our Salea Room. No. 10 Vendu? Rat?.
at 10 o'clrck. THI8 DAY. 8th Inst.. ^T
Boxes of OLIVE SOAPS, boxes of Maciaroui, ha.1f aaal
quarter boxes Baleine, Tea, Coffee and Unix? Wiasu
Claret, Rum, Segura, feo.
LADIES' GAITERS, Men's Boob* and Shoes, Famro&L
Umbrellas, Handkerchief*, Ladies' H trow Bats, hleu'a
and Children'? Straw Hate, Spool Cotton, Perfumeries?
Travelling BsgB, Jewelry, Watches, Ac.
COLT'8 RIFLE, and bushels Cotton Seed.
Conditions cash. Oday 8
BY GEORGE 1IVSKK.KS.
WUI be sold THI8 DAY, the 8th hist?nt befctre my
Htoro, No. l8 Vendue Bango, at 10 o'clock,
-Half BblB HERRINGS,
-Boxes Rhine Wine,
A variety of Smoking Tobacco in package?.
An assortment of FURNITURE, Segara, Calenders..
Household Linen, Silver Watches, Combs, Papor Coa
lara, 1 Double Barrel Gun, Sundries, Ac, fee
Conditions cash. Bfay S
Corn ! Corn ! Corn I-On Account of Whom if ?na?/
BRUNS <V Illili:. Auctioneers.
Will be sold TO-DAY, at li o'clock, at tho store alVtl t
fe Joues, No. 76 East Bay,
223 BUSHELS WHITE CORN, slightly darna***, by
steamer Cumberland, from Baltimora. I? ay S
New May Rutter now Landing, per Steamer Soadtrm
BY T. M. CATER.
WIU be sold THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at 1? oVItsJk
30 TUBS STRICTLY CHOICE MAY BUTTER, 1?,?"?^
per steamer Souder,
100 boxes Pilot Bread, to closo sales.
13 boxes Oheeao.
Conditions cash. Map S
BY J. A. KlVHLOW & CO.
THIS DAY. will bo sold in front of Messrs. Stenhosrsoft
Co.'s store, No. Ill East Bay, at half-paat ?o'clock
40 bbls. FLOUR,
Damaged on board sehr. C. Woolsey on her voyage ts>
this port, and sold for account of the underwritenasd
all concerned. ttarj S
BY J. A. KNSLOW ?t CO.
TO-MORROW, Oth lnat, will be aold. at Accossaand?
tlon Wharf, at 11 o'clock,
600 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT.
WOVKRNMKNT 8ALR OF1 CAPTlttE?
WIU be sold, St pnblio auction. TO-MORROW, ilsy
oth. 1866, at 12 M.,
BY WILLIAM GURNEY, AOCTWIfM?,
At No. 102 East Bay, Oharleiiton, 8. 0.,
THE CAPTURED STEAMER "MARY FRANC3B."
Side-Wheel steamer of 167 tons j Wooden hull; lamgO?
166 feet; beam 16K; overall 33 ft el; draft 6 lee!; cjtinOmt
82 Inches; stroke 7?? feet; square angine, with toa ?qxap
ments on board.
JO- SALE POSITIVE. -?3?
Terms cash In Government curroncy, to be pola ins
mediately on conclusion of sale.
By order of the _
SECRETARY OF THE TREAS?KY.
T. C. CALUCOT, Supervising Special Agent Units?
States Treasury Department._jjffS
SALE OP GOVERNMENT PROPER!
Will be sold, at Pnblio Auction, at 10 o'clock A ML. i
WEDNESDAY, May 23d, 1866, at Seabrook, near HU
Hoad, 8. C, under the direction of Captain CHARLHB
BARNARD, Assistant Quartermaster, the tk&imSmt
STEAMER "CHASSEUR," as she lays on the basset?.
Two Bobera, taken from the steamship "vJBsdas?
Terms cash, in Government funds.
a W. THOMASv
Brevet Lieut Col. and Chief QuartcrraasAasv
April 10_Pepartmeat South Coralton.
HALB OP GOVERNMENT PROPEBfY.
Will be sold, at Pnblio Auction, at the GOVWHOBBSM
Btoro House, on Booth Commercial Wharf, Cb?i Uwana?
8. C at 12 o'clock M., on FRIDAY, May 26thv lassV. a
large quantity of Government property troon lia? J?>
my Machino Shops on St. Helena Inland.es? lllltssj
BOILER IRON, CAST STEEL, Bar and Sheet t>,|ij
Zinc, Spelter, Sheet Lead, Yellow Metal, TtwarSr "
Metal, Points, Chain, Screws, Boiler Tube?, Tirlta
Rivet?, Iron Pipe, Copper Nail?, Finishing NaBav im
position Nails, Spikes, Nail?, Copper Tacks? *?
Bolts, Wire, Hinges, Oars, Saws, Rope, Oakum,
big Paper, Coal Tar, Spnn Yarn, Pitch, Boaln, C
Fire Bricks, Hose and Couplings, Clamps fbs
Iron, 8crew Punches, Pipe Cutters, Blowers, FetT
OH Can?, Crucibles, Faucets. Squirt Cans, Ganai
Capstans, Woodward Steam Pump?, Expanders, ?"
Bo Jacks, Anchors, Steam Gauges, Globe Valves*, 1
Valves, Gong?, Ibermometere, Steam Wblstksv
Bars, Syringes, Spirit Level Bulbs, Lamps, Sails, ?
Boat Hooks, Compasses, Life Preservers, Cork Fss_
Jock Screws, Tube Brushes, Iron Tanks, Store?, 1
Grates. Bellows, Portable I orges, Platform SSi?
Grindstone, Moulding Flasks, Shovel?, Spadtsy TTsavifj
?mlth'? Tool?, Plumber's Tools, Carpenter4? Ts?la\
Catalogues containing a fob list of the article* ?? ?St)
cold osn be obtained in a few day? upon appBesAsn? *e>
the Quartermaster? at Charleston and HUton Bssaa\SV
0., and Savannah and Augusts, Ga. .
Tarma caah tn Government tunda_i.l._ .9
G. W. THOMASL . V.
Brevet Lien ten sut Colonel and Chief Quartermss*aw? ;
April 10_ Pepartmant Sonth QsjsMBjSt ^
SALE OP GOVERNMENT MACHIHSMJaV
WUI be sold, at Public Auction, at 12 o'cloeb Bfi, .?
WEDNESDAY, May ?, 18M, a* the Arm? f
Shops, on St Helena Island, opposite.HBton.
O., under the direction of Ospt CHARLES BAJ
AsBlstont Quartermaster, _."?-?, _,
THE FOLDOWINO PUBLIC PROPERTY, ti
One HORIZONTAL ENGINS, 80 inch stroke,
cylinder .. -"
One Horizontal Engine, 20 inch cylinder
One Locomotive Boiler
One Steam Boiler Heater
Parts of two Engine?, 8 Inch ey Hu der
One Blower Engine, ey Under
Two Double Hoisting Bagues
One Old Boiler
Two Saw M IB Carriages
Lot of Old Machlnsry
Two Band Railroad Cara
Two Iron Pilot Houses
One set of Rollers for Boiler Iron
One Power Punch " .
Mi Olido Lathes, one 40 looh swing, two S* H
1? Inch, and one l8 mob
One Bolt Cutter JL .
One Planing Machine, t fool bed, 32 inch i
One Upright Drill
One Fire Engine
One Wooden Planar
Three Steam Pumps
One Broa? Fumaos
Six Iron Ladles
Ona Jig Baw and Table
One R. B. Splitting Saw Table
Ona Pattern Makers' Lathe
One Morticing Machine
One Foundry Orase
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
Two Plia Drivera
Otu Furnace Capola
Ona Timber Truck
Fifteen thousand Bricks
One Mt Pattens.
.IB* FOLLOWING WOODWT B?rLDWagj
On? 100 fat! long, M fast wide, mmt?ummij
containing nice Brick Vargas, with Benowa
?U0O4H28; one 10x10) ona Niall .ona ItxM
?torlea, 12? xK? ? three 20x20 ; ona ItaMijg.'L.-.
Wal?; one2Cxl2; on? 110x39t ?..?&?*!*,
rjaaWirJi) j <malMj ona toloona XsSxSft ?an
two stories, arila loft . i-. _
Terms cash la oovsannnmt fond* ^