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The Daily USTews.
!" FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1866.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
*W- THE LIST OW LFJTTEES re
?axuirxinjg in. tlxe IPostol?loe at the end
?f eooh cr?ele i? published oiiloiully
' In THE J3AXX.Y NEWS every Fri
The following are tho Agonta for this paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Oolloct
TOWNSEND A NORTH, Bookseller? and Stationers,
Columbi?, S. O.
Col. J. 3. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0.
t. ML. TRIMMIKR, Spartan Office, Bpartanburg, 8. O.
3. T. DuBOIS, Marlon.
a 8. HARBY, Bandy Ford P. 0., Madison co., Fla.
PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Georgia.
EL A. MoKNIGHT. Unionvttle.
3. B. ALLEN. Cheater 0. H., 8.0.
JOSEPH H. BEARS, " Hew South," Huton Head.
W. & LANCE, Grahamville P. 0" Beaufort, 8. O.
& F. BRADFORD, Walter boro', S, a
H. XV. DARR, Snmter, a O.
THAD. a ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. C.
/. T. HEB8HMAH, "Journal offloo," Camden, S. Ot
I. M. BROWH, "Southerner office," Darlington, S. 0.
BL M. QUINN At BRO., Augusta,
I. H. ESTELL, Havannah, Ga.
D3AA0 DA VEGA, Agent lu New York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
ha? always the latest dates of the DA?LY NEWS, a? he
loei of ?11 the other principal journal? of the country.
JOT SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. "6?
THE Southern Combination Troupe waa pre
. vented from performing last Dight at tbe Hiber
-. nian Hall on account of the heavy rains. To-night
their first entertainment will ho given.
. ABBIVALS.-Generals STEETJMAN and FCLLEBTON,
who aro on a visit to the Southern States by direc
tion of tho President, for tho purpose of investi
gating the condition of tho freedmen and tho
working of the Freednien's Bureau, arrived in
this city last evening, and aro stopping at the
UNOKBWBITERS' SALE OF DEY GOODB AND HAIID
WABE, &c.-Partioular attention is called to the
large salo, by Messrs. COHEN, BANCELL A Co.
to-day, at 10 o'clock, on account of underwriters,
of dry goods, hardware, &c. Also, at the same
time, a salo of Melton cloth, caesimercs, Ac, to
close Bpccial consignment.
NEW LINE or STEAXBBB TO BALTIMORE.-Wo are
gratified to notice by tho Baltimoro papers that
' Messrs. STBEKT BBOB. & Co., of our city, are soon
to have in oporation a line of steamers to Balli
more, consisting of the Adele, Capt. HALL, and
* the Lula, Capt. GUILD?. They are both excellent
"' boats, and the Adele will leave Baltimore for this
port on Saturday, the 12th instant.
WE ABE glad to notico that certain very worthy
merchants of the city have decided upon closing
their atores every Saturday afternoon at two
f o'clock during the hot weather. This arrange
ment will greatly add. to the health and comfort
: of employees, and it is to be hoped that other
houses will follow the laudafilo example The ar
"' rangement ia to commence after Saturday, 12th
DEATH OF AM OLD CITIZEN OF COLUMBIA.-The
Columbia papers of yotterday announce tbe death
of Mr. BENJAMIN BAWLS, the oldest citizen of that
city, who breathed his laet on Wednesday, at half
past four o'clock. The Phonix says "be was a
man of strict integrity in every relation of life,
and we leave to some one more competent and in
timately associated with him to give a moro hon
orable and deserving notice. He died at the ma
ture age of ninety-four years; and the letter we
published from his pen, a few weeks ago, to Gen.
SuEitMAN, shows that that there was no declension
, in bis mental powers."
B. D. TOWNSEND, Ee<j.-We congratulate the
stockholders of tbe Choraw and Coalfields Rail
road Company on having secured the valuable
services of this gentUman as President of their
Road. Major TOWNSEND is a thorough practical
business man, conversant with everything that
pertains to his new office. His long connection
with the banking interest of the State endowed
him with peculiar qualifications for his present
needs; for "raising the wind," we take it, will be
the firat duty of the new President.
We hope the Major will make a successful
- - - officer (bot in fact we have no doubt of that), and
that the coal may soon be brought to Charleston
from the Deep River Minea.
Barn JAKE WABD. Better Half to Ar tom us, Hu Book of
Goakea. New York : James U'Kano. Boston : A.
Williams k Go,
Pur readers will notice, in another column, the
announcement of this new book.
BETSY JANE tells us "a hull akkoant of the coart
.shlp and marriage to said ABTBMCB, apd Mr.
WABD'S cutting np with the woman Fare Bocks."
This is entertaining. Sho also informs us that the
..Pictures" are "?rawed by Mrs. BETSY JAN?
WABD." Mrs. WABD is a very intelligent lady,"
accomplished in tho fine arts, of "goake," and at
tractive to all lovers of them. We are very happy
to anoonnce her debut to. the public, and hope
she will meet with the favor her accomplishment!
THE QBAVES OF ODB CONFEDBBATE DEAD.-W<
very much regret our omission yesterday to copj
the following from our cotemporary, the Soutl
The cause is a noble one. A? we understand it
t) le graves of our Confederate dead in the Mag
ntWia Cemetery, now overgrown with weeds, an
to Dye beautified, and a suitable monument erect
Wo\are requested to extend a cordial invitatiot
to euclh of the clorgy as take an interest in tin
maltir, to attend tho proposed meeting, that tin
ladie? may profit by their counsel and experience
AiY stated in our issue of the 4th, several ladie
called ou the merchants of East Bay and litti)
street for subscriptions to assist in rcnovatiuj
and boautifying the graves of the hernes of a los
cause. The willingness with which almost every
body gave is the highest proof of the inter?s
taken in this matter. Two ladies have Airead
collected nearly $100. This ia a bohle beginning
and we hope the good example will be followed b
others or our fair ?ex who take an interest in th
matter. It ia a noble cause, and no one shoul
feel too proud to preaeut their claims on thoa
who can and aro willing to givo..
It has beon suggested tbat a Ladies' Aaaocia
lion be formed, under whoso supervision tb
grounds thus beautified wilt be kept lu continu*
repair, and if sufficient funds can ne procured t
erect a monument. With this vlow. a meeting c
the ladies interested in the matter will be held ii
the drawing-room of the Mills House, at half-pat
four o'clock, on Friday afternoon. It is moat di
airablothat, the ladies of Charleston, who take
deep interest in this matter shall attend, sa ofll
:ore of the AB6. ?nation Aro to bo elected and Oom
Mr.- Purcell, tho gentlemanly proprietor of the
Hills House, has kiudly tendered tho Indies who
nay attend tho.nao of his drawing-room.
Pito VOST COURT, May 10.-U. 8. vs. ?Ta me a Col
ine.-Stealing.-JAMES BROWN, Policeman, sworn,
stated: "Met dofoudant, early this morning, in
Chapel etrcet, with a large bundlo ander uis arm;
inked him what ho had; Baid it waa a sail ho got
rrom a boat at the foot of Markot street, belong
ing to Mr. PETERS, who told him to taho it home
for safo keeping. Dad Boen a boat of Mr. AUM
STBONQ'S at the foot of Calhoun etroet with a sail
missing; itiquired and found thld to bo the one;
arrested tho boy.
Mr. Wai. ARMSTRONG, sworn, statod that ho re
cognized the sail as his own; that ho had the boat
last night all trim, tho sails rolled up, and this
morning, on going down, found the sail gone; it
bad been cut o?" during the night.
The prisoner [an uncommonly hard looking
case] had a long story, wherein ho stated that ho
did not reside in this city of Charleston, but wea
from the country ; not very well acquainted ; had
been over to (Jurist Church, and rowed his pas
sage ovor in somebody's boat ; "had to take cafe
of the sail ; man tote me to tok it rout.' to he
Bister ; was jes'g wine to tok it roan', when dis here
man Btop mo, (lia mornln', at de streak of day.
You can do tohat you please wi' me, but I did'nt
tief it, no eech a ting." Senteuced to fifteen days'
hard labor on the st rec ta.
D. 8. ?a. Beoky Gillan.-THOMAS JACKSON, Po
liceman, sworn, testified that this girl had a dead
child ia tho yard ; boon dead for four days ; was in
a box; and unburied. ;
. The girl is quita young and appears to be half
an idiot ; stud eho had been sick, and did not
know the right place to go ; went to the Boper
Hospital, and they told her her panera woro not
right; then went to tho Provost Mardbal'?, and
they told her they had nothing to do with it ; so
aho'jnst let it stay.
Tho Court discharged her. j
[We are informed that an inquest waa held by
t?ie Coroner on tho same day, on which tho child
bad died; tho Coroner furnished a certificate, and
was afraid to entrust it to the mother, abe'ap
peoring idiotic to him. He gave tho certificate to
a colored man in the yard, and directed bim where
to go; the negro promised to do so; and yesterday
(four days after) tbo child was still unburied ]
TJ. S. os. Thomas Toner, a U. t?. sailor.-Police
man sworn, stated that while walking io Elliott
street, lust night, he found defendant lying down
drunk, unable to take care of himsolf, and took
charge of him.
Prisoner stated that he was nob drunk; had only
drank about fivo glasses of ale, which made him
aleepy. Fined $3.
TJ. 8. vs. Thomas McLean.-Larceny.-James
Walker sworn, Btated that be lives at No. l-l Chap
el-street; knows the prisoner; saw bim day before
yesterday try the door; he broke open the place
Eliza Walker eaid that ehe went to defendant's
house, and Baw her things there, to wit : two
dishes, china plates and some bowb>, one looking
glass, ono clock, and Beveral other things.
Mr. OPPENHEIM sworn, stated that he OWQB the
premises; bad placed Walker and bia wife in
charge. Defendant denied to witneaa lhat he had
the things, and then acknowledged that he had
tbem, but had bought them. Sentenced to thirty
days' hard labor.
NOVM. CABE IN COUBT.-Tbo Judges of the Pro
vost Court have their troubles as well aa other
people. Their time, patience and attontlon, ia
called iuto requisition by every imaginable kind of
care. Many of tho freedmen think it the great
panacoa-the sovereign enro for all tho ailmonta
colored flesh is heir to, as is shown hy a note re
ceived in thia Court yesterday. We copy literatim :
Bespectfull Sir :
"I nave a boy Bick at My Residence. I have
employed a Docter, and he tole me bo could not
attend the child; and ho tole rae to come to yon.
Vory Heaped full v,
Tho Court decided that they had no jurisdiction
in this case.
[By going to tho Dispensary of the Ward CiiftVo
Scott will bo able to procure a phyeician. Every
part of the city is properly cared for, and no one
naetl suffer for want of medical attendance be
cause of inability to pay.]
CONFEDERATE DEAD IN VIRGINIA.-A friend baa
kindly eent us, for pnblicatlon, the following
names of those from tbi-l Stata, who are interred
in the hospital grounds at Piedmont Institute,
Liberty, Bedford county, Va.: t,
W. J. K.. Co B, 13th Regiment, died Jan. 1863.
J ii m ca Craig, Co. O, 3d Beglment, died Deo. 28, 1862.
U. Kelsler, CO. E. 23d Regiment, dlMBept. 28, 1864.
T. J. Broadwater, Co. I, 7th Beglment, died Hay 16,
S.Blackmon, On D, 1st Regiment, died March, 1863.
Wm, McCarley, Co G, H. <j. infles, died Marett 3, Ititi.
A. B. Nick, Co. I), Stn Regiment, died Nov. a>, 1803.
R. M. Moody, Co. H, Orr'? Rifles, died Oct. 27, 1862.
James Ward, Co. F, 1Kb Regiment, di-d Nov. 3, 180.!.
JoKlih Pellrey, Co. K, mu ttsglment, died Jan 21,
J Williams, Co. E, 12th Regiment, died Oct. 23. 1661
1) U. Ric?, Co 0. 8th Regiment, died Rent 0. 1862.
J. P. Berry Co, li, I.tu Ueglnient, died July SO, 1862
J. Carter, Co D, nth Beglment, died Feb 4, 1863.
W. Al Kay, Co. D. 7th Regiment, died AuK. 8, lfcC'2.
Farther information euri be obtained by' ad
dressing WM. GRAVES, Esq., or Rev. A. PITEES,
Liberty, Bedford oo., Va.
. >. I ?' ?j-'.. M t - I JiJ
CUAR?ESTON, 8. C, May 10,1866.
Messrs. Editors: lu your ieeuo.of 7th, you call
attention to the reduction of passage by tkn'New
York liuea of steamers.
Our boats, wbioh are in every reepcot first-clas?.
ebipa, are taking first cabin passengers at twenty
flve dolla?, wbilo thirty-five dollars, weare in
formed, ia being charged by the Saturday's hoal
of the other line. Very respectfully,
WILLIS & OHISOLM.
APPOIKTMENT or DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR GEOR
OIA.-The Macon TeU graph of a recent date saya
> "The telegraph announces the appointment o
i HENRY S. FITCH, 'or Savannah,' Uulted States At
torney for tho District of Georgia. We have re
bided in Savannah for eleven year?, and neve)
board of Mr. FITCH before. As a number of At
torneya and other buainess men came out fron
the North and sottlod there after the fall of tin
city, ho waa doubtless among the immigrants."
The Milliliter of War at Florence has addressei
a report to the King of Italy on the state of th
army, from which it appears that thors at prcson
under arma 14,00-1 oiliuerd and 10-J.32G privates
or 204,328 in all. Tho re?erve comprises 1,1ft
ofllcirs und 118,tC0 privat? *, forming in all 150,41
men. Grand tottl 354,743- men. Of theso it i
t stated in the report that 240,000, might bo rnobi!
y j zed on tho shortest notice. Moreover, 30,00
having beni oalled oat for drill, those would b
fit for ?t-rvite about the end of May. Tho repot
K1 io apeak* highly of tho present at*to of i-ffioieno
of ttie,Italian army. ,
? The Memphis Avalanche says that the Arnon
i of Slater CATHARINE, of Hie Dominican orden
o took placa in Memphis on Monday,' from St. Pi
t ter's and St. Paul's Church. The beautiful an
solomo ceremonies of grand hirth mass were he]
for her, repose. Her life ?ran without a bl o mini
and her deeds were all of charity, .
Choraiv ?and Coalfield? It ?.Uroml.
1 Tho annual meeting of the Stockholders of tho -,
Dheraw and Coalfields Railroad Company was hold J
it tho Hall of the Charleston Iosuranco and Trust c
Oompaoy, on May 0,I860.
Tho mooting was organized by calling Major
B. D. TOWNSEND to tho chair, and requesting .
W. R? GODFREY to act as Secretary.
It appearing that a majority of tho stock waB
represented, tut reports of the President and
rreaeuror woro read, and, on motion, duly
Au election of President and nine Directors was I
then enterod into, uuder the direction of Messrs.
OAKES, MOWBY aud BAOOETT, who reported the
following rosult :
Majsr B. D. TOWNSEND, Prciident.
ALLAN ITAOFARLAN. B. B. LYLFR.
Dr. TH?8. -MITH. A. F. UAVENEL.
CALEu COKER. A. J. WHITE.
W. 0. SMITH. L D. MO WHY.
K. N. GUOKDIN.
On motion, it waa
Resolved, That tho Prosidont and Directors be
authorized to reopen the books of subscription,
and to solicit further aid for the completion of the
On motion, it was
Resolved, That in the retirement of Col. Mac- I
farlan from the Presidency of the road, the Stock
holders tender him their deep sense of the ser
vices he has rendered the company from the ,
inoipienoy of the enterprise up to this time, and
deeply regret that circumstances of an imperative
nature should now compel him to withdraw from
the active administration of its affairs.
There boing no further business the meeting
adjourned. W. B. OODPB?Y, Secretary.
From the reporta which were submitted at the
above meeting it appeared that the debts of the
Company aro iuoousiderable and represented in
Confederate Curretioy, while ka assets for the
proseoution of tho work consists of about Three
Hundred. and Seventy-five Thousand Dollars in
tho Capital Stock? of the Northeastern aud Cho
raw and Darlington Railroad Companies.
About ten miles of tho road havo been graded,
and comparatively little work is necessary to pre
pare tho road bed to receive tho superstructure
as far au tho North Carolina lino.
It is now proposed to make au e.irnest effort to
push forward the work, a8 soon as tho necessary
arrangements eau be perfected for that purpose ;
aud it will afford us pleasure, from timo to time,
to notice the progress wh.ch is made.
Auction Sale? Till* Day.
COHEN. HANOKIL .V Co. will sell this clay, at th?
corner of Boyce'? Wbarf and East Bar, at 10 o'clock,
twi eda. blarikoU, flannel?, linens, Melton clothp, cross
cut saws, &r.
MILES DRAKE will ?eil this day, at hi? store, corner
of Stag and Liberty street?, at 10 o'clock, bootu, shoe?,
dry gooda, hats, ko.
IBAAO V. BKBTZ k Co. will ?eil tula day ?t tbetr store.
No. 301 East Bay, at ball-past 10 o'clock, condensed
mil?, pickles, sauces, and sour kront, Ac, ?se.
MCKAY k OAUPBBU. will ?eil thin day, at their store,
Hasel-street, next to Postoflice, at 10 o'clock, the furni
ture of a family having the city; also, mustard, ?pic??,
oastlle soap, Bblne wine, Ac.
CHABLKSTON COMMXBCIAL, COLLEGE. -Our reader? will
please take notice tbat this institution will be opened
on Monday next Mr. PELOT ha? so long been known
in Charleston ?a an accomplished writer, accountant,
book-kef per, and. In fact, teacher of everything that
pertains to the counting house, tbat it is needles? for u?
here to enter upon bl? merits in detail. We refer to hi?
a a ver tis? ment In ant thi r column.
WHAT IS A BAZAAB.? Goto VOM BAKTKK'S, No. 290
King-street, and you can ace for yourself. You will
there realise somewhat of the Oriental idea that attache?
to the name of Bazaar. Bo you want candy, pipe?,
rogar?, lamp?, oil?? there they are. Children's toy?,
from the penny whistle to the elegant perambulator*,
which draw the money out of your pockets In spite of
yon.-are hare fonnd in the gre. teat variety ai<d pro
fusion. The moat elegant of fanov gooda, the hand
somest and mest rcchercho faus, travelling bags, etc.
The fact Is, it woa'd be eatUr to enumerate, what 1? not
there than what lr. Go soon, BJ sa to secure tbe best;
that ii our advice.
You MAT COBS YOOMKLF of Headache, -Weak
Stomach, or Indigestion, Biliousness, or Catarrh, or a
Bad Cold, or Sore Throat, or Hoarsen?sa, or Liver Com
plaint, or Pilos, or Constipation, or Rheumatism, or
Sore or Weak Eye?, or Bait Rheum, or Kidney DUose.
or General Debility, or even Asthma, with BOMPUBETB'
HoaiazoFATBio SPECIFIC?. Buy either a cane for your
travelling companion or family, or purchase the SPECIFIC
for your present ailment, HUXIPUUEYH' SPECIFIC
HOMCSOFATHIC MEDICINE CoMPiHT, No. Mil Broadway,
N. Y. 6
m ???DL & 35
ANNOUNCE TO TUElIt FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LIC that they bave established themselves a? APOTHE
CARIES and DRUG GISTS at the NORTH'.VEST COB
NEB OF KING AMD MARK ST STREETS. Their ?took
baa been carefully selected by one of the firm. In per
son, and obtained chiefly from 80HIEFPLEN k BROS..
and Dr. E. B. 8QUTBB, Manufacturer of Specialties.
They offer a choice variety of PERFUMERY, FAN0Y
ARTICLES, and FRENCH PROPRIETARY REMEDIES.
Special attention will be paid to the PUTTING UP
OF PRESCRIPTIONS; efficient clerk? having been
secured ; and one of the firm will always be la attend
ance. Dr?. RAOUL & LYN AH wUl also attend to theil
professional dnlles from this Store. Hay 4
An experienced Kurse and Female Pliyslclnn,
Presents to tho attention of Mothers her
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING,
Thloh greatly fac?ltate? the process of Teething, b)
softening th? gum?, reiuclng all Inflammation?, w10
allay ALL PAIN and ?paamodlo action, and I?
SURE TO HEB?LiTE THE BOWELS,
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to younelva?,
Belief and Health to Tour Infants,
We have put up and ?old thi? articlo for over chlrtj
.year?, and can say in confidence and truth of it what wi
have never been able to ?ay of an other medicine-^
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE 1C
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did * <
know of an Inatanc? of dissatisfaction by anv one w11
used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with it* ope
rations, and ?peak lu term* of commendation of lu
mai/ioal effeota and medical virtue?. We apeak In thb
matter "what, we do know," after thirty yean* expe
rteuce, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFU,
J??NT ()? WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE, lu arno?
every inatanoe where the infant Is ?Offering from peu
and ?xhauatlon, rolief will b? found lu fifteen or twont
minuto? after the syrup I? .dtB.lnlslured.
.-. Full directions tor ualng will accompany each bottk
None genuine unie?? the foo tim?t ot OORTIS k PER
KINO, NOW York; fat ou th? outside wrapper.
Sold by aB dmggi sts throughout the world,
Frico only SO Cent? per Bottle?
For ?al? by
KING & OASSIDEY,
February 22 Mao CharUatoa
If EMS1IIS AND CHARLESTON RAILBOAD B?ND3
I1TT STOCK, by H. li. DKLEON.
May 10 2 No. 22 BKOAOBTBEKT.
lirANTKD TO PURCHASE. CITY OFCHABLESTON
W BX Pull CENT. STOCK.
Apply to JAMES Bl. 8IIAOKELFOBD,
Broker aiwl He?! Batata Agent,
May 7 mwf3* No. 6 Bronc! ?trret, up stairs.
0N.N?W YOBK AND L1VEBPOOL BOUaHT AND
QOLB COIN, BANK NO I'JtS. STOCK8, BONDS, ?to.
OEO. W. WILLIAMS tt. CO.,
April 28 fmwl2 Non. 1 and 3 Hayno street
$10,000 TO $12,000.
FQR9ALEFOB CASH ONLY, A GOOD PAYING
Bii'lni-HH In Charleston. Krtaulhhed nine mouths.
Ooodreasoas lurulsbed for wishing to ?til.
For pirtlcu ar a address
J. U R.,
May ? Loc* Box, No. 109, Charleston.
BOUGHT BY P. H. KEGLER,
Corner King and Hasel-streets.
THE HIGHEST PRICE
P. II. KK?IiKK'R BXCIIANOBOFFICE,
OOBNEB OF KING AND HA8EL-STBEET8.
Ootober 40 n.wl
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
W. tV. ELMENDORF,
II. II. I'LA NT,
Freildent, Augusta, Ga.
It. II. BTJJLLOCK.
General Superintendent, Augusta, Ga.
A. A. HICE.
Sap't 8. C. BecUon, Charleston, 8. O.
T H IE
PHELAN BILILARD ROOM,
NOB. 1251127, and 129
Corner of Market street,
ABE NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ABE FUR
PHELAN & COLLENDER'S
UNDEB THE SUPEBrSTEDENOE OP
MR. II. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MR. PHELAN'8 ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YORK.
H. P. BINNS & CO.,
Maya I mo PBOPBIETOB8.
Well known to the people of
CHARLESTON" 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
Sole Proprietor Southern Exchange,
NO. 126 MEETING-ST.,
CIIIIIL.RSTO?Y, 8. C.
??TThe best Wines, Liquor.?
and Segara are always on
hand, and none others are
BREWERS'OFFlH?fM ??ES '?PORTER:
WEST I8T-HS-? BEt^&tf?V?SNa.WYORK.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumber tond streets
H ATINO TAXEN THE SOLE AGENCY OF TH
?boyo oe>lebratod ALU, aoknowlodgod to fa
Um brit In ibo market, aro noir prepared to supply th
TBADB of this city and vlolnlty.
Wuiintod to ?Und the. olin.ft.te.
Tor i?!e in barrol? and balf band?.
May 7 ?mo
'Inderwriters' Sale of Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels,
Linens, Cross Cut Sates, dec.
BY COI1KN, llANtM'.l. .v CO.
'B13 DAY, May II, nt 10 o'clock, will bo sold, at the
furner of llnjcc's Wharf and East Bay, for account of
Underwriter? and all COL cornell.
Eight (R) RALES BLANKETS-O-t. 10-4, 11-1, 12-4
E'oven (11) halo? White Welsh Flaunch?
Three (3| baba Wat?jr-Proof Shepherd's aud Fancy
OLO (1) cuno Blick French Doeskins
One (I) case Linen Duck for Omi inna
Two (2) cases Croan Cut Saws
Ono half chest Tea
Damaged on board Schooner Wickopeo, on voyago of
Terms caBb. May 11
Fancy Cassimeres and Melton Cfatlis.
II V COIltCN, HANiHICI. & i:t?.
rHI3 DAY, at 10 o'clock, wlU be sold, at the corner of
Boyce k Co.'a Wharf and East Ray,
SIX (0) PIECES C1 LIGHT MELTON CLOTHS.
Four (4) pieces C-4 Fancy Caaalmero.
Sold to close consignment_ May 11
SliglUlu Damaqed Hay.
ISAAC fe. HKliTZ&CO.
Will sell, at auction, THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, in
front of our store, No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cum
60 bales HAY, ?lightly damaged.
Terms cash. May 11
Condtnsed Milk, Pickles, Sauces and Sour Kroul
BY ISAAC E. IIEHTZ di CO.
Will sell at Auction THIS MORNING, 11th lnst, at 10>i
o'clock, at our Store, No. 201 East Bay, corner of
Cumberland-street, just landed.
60 casos CONDENSED MILK '
24 cases Champagne Cider
10 case? P. Sauces
20 cases Assorted Pickles
0 cases London Club Sanco
IS barrels Sour Krout
Terms cash. May 11
Boots. Shoes, Dry (Jnods, Hats, dec.
BY MILK* ORA KB.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at my Store,
corner of Ring and Llbortv <? tri-it?,
Cases MEN'S BOOT-?, BROGANS AND BALMORALS
Cases Ladies' Congress Gallera and Gont Balmorals
Cartoons Mlesea' and Children's Lasting Congress, Hld
BalmoralR and P. L. Ankle T?os, Ac.
Pieces Grenadine and Plaid Luios
Pieces Mozauii Ique and Embroidered A. Soiree
Piece?) Figured Lawn and Mik Tissue
Piece? Trlnted Lluen and Figured Burcgo
Pieces Organillo Lawn and Swiss Muslin
Pieces Brown Uamcspua, Longcloth, Brown fc Bleached
Canvas, Moiton Cloth, Summer Jeans, Tweeds and Cas
al ra oro, Ac.
Hoop Skirts, L. O. Haudkcrch'cfs, C?rrete
Boslery, Crash, Towels. Agate and Lasting Buttonn
Shawl?, Talmas, Linen Collara
Buckskin Tobacco Bag?, Pipo Stem?, Fan?, ka.
A Urge assortment MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTH AND
FELT HATH, latest stylea._May 11
Rags, Rope, Old Iron, and Metal.
BY J. A. BNSIiUW Ai ?l.
THIS DAT, nth instant will be sold on Kerr'?
Whorl, at 10 o'clock,
88 balesl ?Af:H
1 erato} BAGS
4 ?-ales Rope
67 ions Old Iron
1 lot Old Mot?]._May 11
BY MILLICAN, MKLCHKRS At CO.
On FRIDAY, 18th inat , on Accommodation Wharf, we
will sell, at 11 o'clock.
About 2000 pound? BRASS and COPPER
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Wrought Iron.
Condition? cash. May 10
Schooner at Private Sale.
BY SMITH AND MCGILLIVRAY.
The schooner ?'SEA FOAM," a good salier; can cany
about 26 cord? wood. Apply a? above, at
No. 27 BBOAD-STBEET,
May 7_ South ?Ide, near State-street.
Residence in Summerville.
At Private Rale
A LOT of over one acre with a nest summer RfcSI
DtNou, pleasantly located, two stories, double plazca,
good garden, all neceessary outbuilding, Ac
For terms, apply a* above, at No. 27 Broad-street, near
House and Lol in Sumter.
BY KMi ni AND MCGILLIVRAY.
At Private Sale
Eighty feet front on Republican-street by two hun
dred and ten feet deep on Wasbington-stroet, with, fine
flower gan? en in front, large vegetable garden in rear.
House nae four rooms, good kitchen, Ac, Ac frico,
$2flK>; one-half cash.
Apply a? above, at No. 27 Broad-street, near State
House and Lot in Greenville, S. C.
BY SMITH AND MCGILLIVRAY.
At Private Sale
A delightfully lituatod RESIDENCE in the salubrious
and picturesque town of Greenville,
For timm, apply as above, at No, 27 Broad-street, near
State. May 1
Desirable Real Estate al Prioate Sale.
BY A. J. SALINAS.
At Private Sale
That doclrAbly located THREE AND A HALF STORY
BUILDING on tbo east side <?f King street. No. -, be
ing the fifth House north of Hudson street, containing
eight large room?. The lower room, now occupied as
an office, and entirely B. para to from the residence, can,
with very little expense, be converted into a Handsome
?tore. The Lot measure's thirty-three feet six Inches on
Elng street, by two hundred and seven feet In depth,
more or less, and npon which ?re spacious outbuildings.
ThiB property la snaceptlbte of great improvement at a
?mall cost, and offers a rare opportunity for Investment.
For further particulars and terms, apply .? above, to
May 4 No. 2* VENDUE RANGE.
Elegant Residence at Private Sale.
BY COHEN, HANCKEL At CO.
At Private Bale
That elegant two-and-a-half ?tory WOODEN RESI
DENCE, on a high brick basement, situated on the
northeast corner of Dull and Butledge street?, contain
ing ten upright room?, be?tde? ?ttlos and basement.
The Lot Is large, measuring one hundred and six feet
three inches ?108 feet S inches) on Bull ?treet by two
hundred and eighteen (218j on Rutledge, and 1? enclos
ed by'a brick wall.
On this premise? are good ?nd comfortable accommo
dation? for servants, carriage house, stable?, and all
For term? and other part?cula'?, apply ?a above,
COB. EAST BAY AND BOY0E k CO.'S WHARF.
May 2 wfmlO
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE INS?B ANCE COMPANY,
Assetts, $16,000,000 in Cold*
$1,500,000 Invested ia this Country,
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO TAKI
ililis lu the above company.
0. T. LOWNDES.
No. 173 E^LST B^.Y.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN AGR1
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Of all kind? ;
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRI8:
MILLS always on hand.
Apent? for AKCHAMRAULT'8 8TEAM ENGINE, am
INGERBOLL'B PATENT COTTON PKEHR. At?r
COURTENAY & TRENH0LM
(LATE Of NEWEBRRY O. H., 8. O.,)
?TILL CONTINUE BU?>INES8 IN CHARLESTON, A
And will be pleased to ese their friend? at
NO. IO BOYCR'0 WHARF.
WIT. A. COURTENAY. P. C. TBBNHOL*
Muslard, Spices, Castile Soap, Rhine Wine.
MCKAY J* CAMIMIKLL.,
.Vest Pi.tjt OlHrc. IIIIH.'1-HI rcct.
/ill noll THIS DAY. (FBIDAY), at 10 o'clock
7 BOXES FRENCH MUSTARD
7 boxen Alspico
1 box Cinnamon
2 boxo-? Castile Porp
1 box Croom Tai tar
3 box?'? Tripoli
10 eura Bbluo Wine, "Postor Tramlner 1857"
(''.million? cattll. ' ???a_ M
Furniture of a Family /.,.?<,,",, ?/ie Off if.
Hit-ICA Y .V < AM ru i<X I,
Will anil 'UPS DAY. lltli In*., at l8 o'clock
MAKULK TUB CKNTIlB V.BUM,' 1 xU-nMon Dining
rabies, Bureau?. Wardrobes, Manosaa? Hair Beat
3ofos and Chain?. Meat Bafea, |e8 "?,,,"?, (-ano Re?
?Lairs, LoungcB, Card Tobies l!oo.. CosT, Sidei oard?
lJpil8t?a?P, WasbRtande, two Pianos, MOVIB Cookln?
Utensils Wttrossee Hair Pillow?. Ltaw and Cotton
;hee?B, >Y ashing Machines, fonder, And irons Ac Ac
ALRO, ' "'
Ono COTTAGE SET CHAMBER irRviTURF with
Uarblo Top to Bureau and Wash btaod, all comu??to.
Ono FRENCH PLATE MIUBOB. 7 feet x 3 feet.!
Five Mahogany and Walnut Book Cage?,
Mttho.-any Book Shelves, I'alnted W.rurobo fcc fcc
C ndlllons cash._May'li
Dry Goods. Clothi-g, Straw Goode and Notions.
MCKAY at CAUPUELL.
N< Xt tO POStOaalCC, IIIIH? 1 ul i ! rt
Will ?oil by Catalogue, on TUESDAY ami WKDNE8DAY
15th and 10th instant, commencing each day at li
DRK88 OOODS-Wove Grenadines. Figurad and Plaid
Mozambique?, Striped Barege, Check tissues Mas
lin?. Ginghams. Printi, Ac.
WBITE GOODS-Jaconet, Crots-Bar Muslin Striped
Imp?ratrice, Dotted and Mull Muslin, Embroidered
CLOTH AND PANT 8TCFF-Meltons, C-l English.
Tweeds. Plaid Jeans, Gambroons, Cotioiiadcs, Linen
Drill, Dinks, Linen Btrlpts, Checks and Bt-ngals
IBIS? LINEN-In Coatings, Drawers and Shirt Lincea
?muja and Whites)
HAN DR KBC 111 E F S-embroider, d. BcDUtitchod.
Mourning and Mut io n,jlm, French Bead gjiulkcc
rlilciR, 38 Inch Monrn>ng Hat dktrcblrfs, Mudla
Wove and Colored Bordered, Wadi-or. Silk and Pon
g o Handkerchief?).
BHAWL8-Crape, Barege, Silk Plaldn, Mozatublo.ua
CLOTBINO-Plantation Ponts, Vehtfl attd Coats.
HATS-Veit, Wool, Leghorn, Grats, btraw; Ladirs* and
Gt-nta' assorted styles.
NOTIONS-Porto Monties. Pocket Boots, Tins, Book?
and Eyes, Spool Cot'on, Hosiery. Ititi;?, HCISSOTSL
Knives, Perfumea, Colognes, Soaps, Buttons, 8ets
Jewelry, Ac., Ac.
2(h> boxea Assorted BUCHES
25 dozen Hoop Skirts.
Terms caab._Moy li
AUCTIOr? HALE OK A KM Y WAGONS, ~A??
IIULANC K8, A NU CAItT?*.
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFF'CF, 1
CiiAm.EHTON, 8. C, May ?, 18fc6. I
Will bo sold, on WEDNtBDAY, Moy 23, uco, it 1
o'clock A. M.. at South commercial Wharf, at Publl*
Auctirn. to the highest bidder,
1 lot of ABMY WAGONS
1 lot of A bulances
1 lot of Carta.
By order of tbo Chief Quartermaster, Dent. 8. 0.
D. B. HUNT,
Capt 25t'i O. V. V. I.,
May 9_D pot Quarte master.
SALE OF GOVKHNMUNT' PJUOPKHTY.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, at 10 o'clock A. M., sa
WhDNkBDAY. May 23d, 188?, ai Seabrook, nearBiltoa
Bead, S. C, under the direction of Captain CBABLK8
BABNABD, Assistant Qnartermo ter, tie followla
HIE A M Eil "OHAfrSEUB." as sbe lays on the beach.
Two Boiltrs, taken Iroiu tie steamship "Wind*
Terms cash. In Governmf nt funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lient Co), and Chief Quartermaster.
April l8_ I epartment t-outh Carolina.
8ALK UF ?DVkBA?IKNT MACHIIVJk.ttV.
Will be sold, at PnbUo Anction, at 12 o'clock M., ?ia
WEDNESDAY. May 23. 18C6, at the Army Moolita
bli op?, on M Helena Island, opposite Hilton Brad, S.
0., under the direction of Capt. CHARLES BABNABD
THE FOLDOWIKO FBBLIC PROPERTY, -rta i
One HORIZONTAL ENGINE, 30 mc-li stroke, l8 loots
One Horizontal Engine, 20 Inch cylinder
One Locomotivo Boiler
One Steam Boiler Beater
Parts of two Enplne?, 8 inch cylinder
One Blower Engine, cylinder
Two Double Rotating Engines
One Old Boiler
Two Saw Mill Carriages
Lot of Old Machinery
Two Hand BaUmad Cara
Two Iron Pilot Houses
One set of Boilers for Boiler Iron
One Power Punch
rix Slide Lathes, one 40 inch swing, two 20 inch, two
19 inch, and one l8 Inch
One Bolt Cotter - .*
One Planing Machine, 0 foot bed, 32 Inch upright
One Upright Drib
One Fire Engine
One Wooden Planer
Three Steam Pumpa
One Brass Furnace
Six Iron Ladles
One Jig Caw and Table
One li B. Splitting Saw Table
One Pattern Makers' Latbe
One Morticing Machine
One Foundry Crane
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
Two Pi lo Drivera
fine Furnace Cupola
One Timber Truck
Fifteen thonsand Bricks
One lot Patterns.
THE FOLLOWING GOODEN BUILDINGS :
One 100 feet long, 36 feet wide, B ackf mitha' Shoot
containing nine Brick Forges, with Bellows, complota
one 64x28; one 70x10; one 24x12; one 19x21; one, twe
stories, 129x28; three 20x20; one 12x12; two 28x13; tar?*
26x12; one 20x17; one 110x26; one 260x80; one 23x41
one2ix20; one 12x8; one 1M12; ono 169x30; onellBxAO
two stories, with loft.
Terms cash in Government fond?.
O. W. THOMAS,
Bv't. Lt. Col. and Chief Quartermaster Den't 8- C
?AliK OK Ot)VKll?MKNT PHOPKHTY.
Will be sold, at Public Anction, at the Govern na am
Btoro Honae, on South Commercial Wharf, ObarleataaV
8. C, at 12 o'clock M., on FBIDAY, May 25th, 18ML .
large quantity of Government property from the Aiv
my Machine ?hopa on St Helena IslantL consisting
BOILEB IRON, CAST 8TEEL, Bar and Sheet Copper
Zlno, Spelter. Sheet Lead, Yellow Metal, Thurn? *
Metal, Paints. Chain, Screws, Boiler Tuben. Bolle
Hive's, Iron Pipe, Copper Nails. Finishing Nails, Oom
position Nails, Spikes, Nails, Cpper Tacks, Bettln?
Bolts, Wire, Hinges, Oars, Saws, Rope, Oakum, Sheath
ing Paper, Coal Tar, Spun Yarn, Pitch, bosln, Charoo?
Fire Bricks, Hose and Couplings, Clampa for Do Ile-*
Iron, Screw Porches, Pipe Cutters, Blowers, Pet Lam 9 a
Oil Can-, Crucible?, Faucets. Squirt Cans, Gang Bown,
Capatsus, Woodward Steam Pumps, Expanders, Hydrat?,
lio Jacks. Anchors, Steam Gauges, Globe Valves, Oh?ck
Valves, Gtngs, Ibenrtomeler?, Steam Whistles, Ont
Bar?, i-yrlnges, Spirit Level Bnlbs, lamps. Sall?, Block*
Boat Hook?, Compasses, Life Preserver?, Cork Fender?
Jack 8oiewa, Tube Brnabts, Iron Tanks, Stoves, rrtoc?
Orates, Bellows, Portable forges, Platform Beaks,
Grindstone, Moulding Flasks, Shovel?, Spade?, Black
smith's Tools, Plumber's Tools, Carpenters Toola.
Catalogues containing ?full bat of the articles so ka
sold can bo obtained in a few dsys upon application ta
the Quartermasters at Charleston and Hilton Hoad, aV
0., and Savannah and Augusta, Ga.
Terms cash in Government funda. :
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet LI ou tenant Colonel and Chief Quartermaster,
April 19 Department South Oarollno.
KDISro AND ABIII.KY CANAL COMPANY.
OFFI0E KDISTO k ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY, ?
Cn?m.MToH, 8. 0., Maroh 16, IBM. I_
BY ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED AT ITS
last session, the ED18TO AND A8HLEY CANAL
COMPANY received permission to Increase their capita
from One Hundred Thousand (flOO.OOOi Dollars to Tare?
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars, in bnarea of Ona
Hundred ($100) Dollars etch.
The publlo are hereby informed that the books, tot
subscription to tfa" additional Slock, will be open from
9 A. M. to 2 P. M. ly, at the office of Mostr?- JOHN
8. BIGGS ti CO., c. iicr Broad-street and EaatiBay. Tho
Stock Biibtcrlbed for to be paid for by a montbly instal
ment of of Five (15) Dollurs on each and every ?bara.
J. BAVENEL MACBETH.
Secrotrry and Treasurer.
P. B. "Carolina Times" copy and send blfl to tau
ROYAL HA VA ?JA LOTTERY OF CUBA.
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH OOVERWMKlT".
$:i?0,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SBYKNTatt*
PrlxiBoarhed and Information famished.
The highest rates paid for Donbloons and all Jtind
Gold and 8ilv*?r. TAYLOB k CO., lUnkera,
F.hma*? . ?nir Sn. IS WalUtntet New For?
Till? OAIU.IVOiTON HOCTIHCHNHIB.
'I HIE SOUTHERNER IB PUBLISHED RBGULABLr
I every FBIDAY MORNING, at D?rUu?ton Y*&
Honte 8. C, by JAMEH M. BROWN, irid. Edi??d byHL
W. BO D, Esq. It has tuet commenced its SEVENTH
VOLUME under very flattering auspices. It is a larga
sheet, 1? printed on the beat of paper, and the pnblnUMK
la determined to apare neither labor no? oxnense la
making It northy.of the .argent patronage. .Having ?
good and rapidly growing circulation among the Plant,
era and Merchant? ofDarlingtoo jDtatrtct, andoitka
Pee Dee country ,1t ?fters strong lnduoemenba to J)
Merchant? and other? desirous of making thou sa
known tnrough the median, of ?drertla?inao'