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Tb.e Daily News.
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY l8, I860.
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IBAAO DA VEGA, Agent in New Yor?t.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, N0. 708 Broadway, Now York,
ta? always the latest dates of the BAIL?- Nsw?, sa he
does of all tho other principal Jonrnals of the country.
aw SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -CO
LATE PATF-IIB.-We are indebted to Mesare. M.
M. QUINN ?t BBO. for tho latest Now York dailies.
WE LEARN that the Ano Band of the 6th XL S. I.
will play each Saturday on the Battery, commenc
ing on next Saturday, from 5.30 to 7 P. M., pro
vided the weather ia fino. This will bo quite a
treat for those desiring to hear good music.
WE AIIE requested to etate'.that until the first
Monday in June, when he will start on his circuit,
his Honor, Chancellor LEBESNX, will attend at the
office of Master TOTPEB on Tuesday and Friday of
eh week, to hear any motions that may be sub
SRB. BOINEST & BUHKE, in Meeting-street,
bxt to the Mills Houso, have our thanks for late
Spies of the London Punch, the Edition hebdo
madaire of the Courrier des Etats Unis, Frank
Leslie's German Illustrated Paper, Dr. SIM'S
CTtotera Pamphlet, and ?Sack and Destruction of
Nxw 8TEAM LINE.-The steamship Adele, Oapt.
HALL, from Baltimore, arrived here on Wednes
day night, consigned to Messrs. STBXET Baos.,
with twelve thousand bushels corn and other
merchandise. 8he has also on board one hund? ed
barrels of flour, Bent to the destitute of South
Carolina, by the committee of the Baltimore Fair,
and brought here by the line free of freight. This
vessel is the first ship of a new line of steamers
from Baltimore, which it is intended shall run
with regularity, and afford the public every ac
FOOTPADS_On Tuesday night last, between the
hours of eleven and twelve, a young gentleman, on
hie way homeward, came up with three sailors at
the corner of St. Philip and Liberty streets. One
of the .. Toilers of the Sea" interrogated ' the late
land-lubber, " What ia the hour ?" " I should
like to know myself," was tho answer, "but I
have no veitch." Another of the triumvirate then
caught cit hy the throat, and there is no telling
what might have been the result, if the solitary
traveller had not cried out " murder, murder," bo
oro the sailor had well secured his grip. Windows
ere immediately opened in the vicinity, and the
thrtc adventurous tare took to their heels. Our
friend certainly had a narrow escape. Query:
Where was the police just about that time ?
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.-The "bill to estab
lish a Health Bepartment, and for other pur
poses," was passed hy City Council on the 5th of
On the 19th of Decembor, 1865, eli physicians
were elected to fill the positions, afterwards as
signed to them by the City Registrar, placed in
charge of the Health Department by provisions o!
the bill, who, soon after, had published for gone
Tal information, a Directory, giving the bounda
Ties, location of Dispenaary or Office of Call o
each Health District, the name and location o
each Hospital, and the names and residences o
all the physicians of the Health Department.
The City Hospital had but lately been trans
ferred from the Roper Hospital building to tha
of the House of Correction. No provision hat
been made to put the buildings in repair, an
great inconvenienoe and discomfort were felt i
consequence, as the premises were in want of ex
tensive repairs and improvements', and ano!
measures were immediately resorted to as would
with the moana at command, put the institntio
in thorough and complete order. The a c comme
dations being found inadequate, additional ward
were oponed, as required, aomo of which are ei
tirely new, and will compare favorably with an
in the city.
Tbe hoHpit al can now accommodate two hu?
dred patients, and arrangements have been mad
for the opening of additional wards should the
be requirod. Every practicablo moans has bee
resorted to in the endeavor to make this a fira
class hospital, the diet of the patienta receivin
Tho diseases treated havo been varions an
numerous, and an unusually large number of au;
gical caaes, in great variety, havo been admitte
and treated, the facilities for successfully treatin
theso caaeB boing such as to offer inducements f(
their admiaaion. Dr. F. PEYBE POBCITEB (forme:
ly Surgeon of the Marine Hospital in this city),
in charge ofthis Institution.
At tho Small Pox Hospital conaiderabloimprovi
menta have also been made, and a supply of nan
tary stores, clothing, Ac, through the Burea
of Refugees and Froedmon, have enabled the Di
partment to supply many neoesaariea at bot
hospital??, as well as provide clothing for the mi
jority of tho patient? discharged from the 8m *
Pox Hospital, which conld not have been doi
without great expense to tho city.
Tho Bureau has, in every instance, come np
its agreement; and the officers of tho same ha
forwarded the operations of tho Health Depai
ment in every way in their power.
The physicians in charge of the eix Health Di
trida bave, by the promptness and regular!
with which they havo proBOoutM their laboi
givon strone assurance that no destitute poor
poreona in the city could havo failed to secure tho
benefits of this publie charity, unless by their
o*vn neglect, as tho moat ampio provisions have
been mario for furnishing both medical and hos
pital relief to all who wore juatly entitled to tho
PnovosT COURT, May 17.-U. 8. vs. W. A. HARBI
SON (white)-Disorderly Conduct and Threatening
Language.-Eliza O'Neil (colored), sworn, stated
that defendant carno into her yard yesterday, and
then into hor house, mid used vulgar and obsceno
lauguago ; witnoss went out into tho kitchen,
when ho carno to hor mid again usod most violent
and abusivo language; Btruck at hor and threat
ened her life. Sentenced to ten days' imprison
TJ. 8. vs. Isaac Smith (colored)-Drunk and
Disorderly.-Policoman deposed that he found
defendant last night, drunk in tho street, unable
to take care of himself, and took him to tho
Guard House. Defendant pleaded guilty. Sen
tenced to two days' hard labor.
U. 8. vs. Peter Ferguson (colored)-Stoaling.
Mrs. B. FANNING (white), sworn, stated that yes
terday morning defendant carno to our store; I
told him to wait till tho lady came in ; when Bbo
came she set him to work, and having occasion to
get some chango, he saw wbero her money was ;
afterwards I went there to make chango, and
found the money gone ; there were 1370 in green
backs and $2.05 in silver ; caught him this morn
ing at the Railroad, and got $S05 from him in cur
rency and $2.50 in specie ; he was arrested and
searched ; identified tho money RS ours.
HONORA O __u_ (white), sworn, stated that
tho $300 was tied up by itself, and found so on
him ; the silver waB iu a small mahogany box.
E. J. KiNOUAI*, Lientonant of Polico, sworn,
at ated ho sont two Sergeants after bim ; was present
when he was brought in, and had him searched in
my presence ; ho denied that he had any money ;
bo had on two pairs of pants ; in bia inner panta
loons' pocket wo found this roll of billa tied up,
and a portmonnaic with the silver in it ; ho had a
wagon load of things, recently purchased, he was
carrying away ; ho said at one time ho had bought
them three weeks ago, and at anothor time that
ho had bought them a week ago. tienteuced to
sixty days* hard labor.
. U. P. vs. Catharine Williams-8toaling.-William
Grimblc, sworn, said: Dis here ooman tek my
coat an' Vchargo ; I bin libin' wid hor, an' owed
her a little money, 'bout two or tree dollar.
Di-fendant (very indignantly).-No aeoh ting; he
owo mo moro 'n twenty doller.
Judge.-Keep still ; you may talk after a while.
Go on with your story.
Witness resumes.-An 'kaso I did't pay him he
tek 'way all my close, an* lef ' me naked, and tek
my Vchargo ; I brung him all de grub myself, an'
he jes cook it ; an* I stay wid 'nudder ooman, an'
eat moa' dar.
Judge to defendant.-Have you the discharge
with you ?
Defendant.-Yes, sir ; he got he pay on Saturday
night and would not pay me for he board.
Judge.-Well, give it to bim.
Defendant-Ef you '11 gi' me my money ; I ain't
gwit- to giv* 'em up till I gets my money.
The Judge then ordered the woman to the
ProvOBt Marshal's Office, and the discharge to be
taken from her, which had to be done vi et armis.
The Judge then asked the witness why he had
brought the case to this Court. He replied:
I fotch her to de Prowo Marahil kaae I tought
it was the best place to have her handled. I
neber like no fuss. I bin in de army tree year.
Tho Court ordered the discharge to be return
ed to the witness, and the prisoner to bo dis
Prisoner-An wat 'sfaotion is I gwine to git for
my money ?
Judge-?'on can ene him for the money.
CHABLE8TON, 8. C, May 5, 1866.
Dear Mr. Editor-In looking over the latest
"royal edition" of WEBSTER'S Dictionary, I came
across an explanation of the term "Dixie", which
interested me so much I havo copied it for your
columns. I doubt if your readers are awake to
tho value of this volume of WEBSTEB; as, without
examination of its contenta.ono would.ecarcely be
lieve that a complete Encyclopaedia lies between
tho covers. I presume-without having made in
quiry-that it is to be found at all our larges t
Yours, very respectfully,
An imaginary place somewhere in the Southern
States of America, celebrated in a popular negro
melody as a perfect paradise of luxurious oatse
and enjoyment. Tho term la often used as a col
lective designation of the Southern States. A
correspondent of the "New Orleans Delta" hae
given the following account of the original and
early application of the name :
"I do not wish to spoil a pretty illusion: but ti?
real truth is that Dixie ia an indigenous Northers
negro refrain, as common to the writer as lamp
posts in New York oity seventy or eeventy-flv<
years ago. It was one of tho every-day allusiom
f of boya at that time, in all their out-door sports
. And no one ever heard of Dixie's Land beinf
other than Manhattan Island until recently, whei
1 it has been erroneously supposed to refer to thi
South, from its connection with pathetic, nqgn
allegory. When slavery existed in New York
one "Dixy" owned a large traot of land on Mau
1 battan island, and a large number of slaves. Ti?
1 increase of ti- slaves and the increase of tin
j Abolition sentiment caused an emigration of ti?
slaves to more thorough and secure elave sec
tiona; and the negroes who were thus sent oi
(manv being born there) naturally looked bael
h to their old homes, where they had 1 ved in dover
? with feelings of regret, as they could not imagim
I any place like Dixy's. Hence it bo -arno synoni
mona with an ideal locality combining ease, oom
fort, and material happiness of every description
In those days negro singing and minstrelsy wer
in their infancy, and any subject that could b
wrought into a ballad was eagerly picked up. Thi
was tue oase with "Dixie."' It originated in Net
York, and assumed t1 e proportions of a Boni
there. In its travels it has been enlarged, an
has "gathered moss." It has picked up a not
le here and there. A chorus has been added to ii
iy and, from an indistinct chant of two or thre
notes, it has beoomo an elaborate melody. 13u
the fact that it is not a Southern song cannot b
>> rubbed out. The fallacy is so popular to tho cor
a trary that I have thus been at pains to Btate th
real origin of it."
-Ml . ,
Late French journals bring ne inteUigence <
r- the death of M. GUSTAVE DE BEAUMONT, in Parii
id at the ago of eixty-fivo. M. DE BEAUMONT will t
g remembered, hy the readers of DE TOCQ?EVTLU
>r as having accompanied tho latter in his famot
r- visit to this country in 1831, and as having edite
ia the last editions of DE TOOQUEVII-_B works, t
which he contributed much new and valuable ma
o- ter. Elected member of (ho Chamber of Depi
i- ties in 1839, he distinguished himself as a politic
economist; nine years later he was appointed Ar
baa-ador to Vienna, a post which he soon resig
ed. Tho coup d'etat was bia exit from politio
11- life-a happv one. a** regards his literary repot
II tion, since it aillordad bim an opportunity I
study and reflection. He published many work
among others ope cn tue eocifl, religious and p
to litical condition of Ireland; a second ort "Slave
re in the United States." His most important wo
t- is, perhaps, his "Treatise on the Penitentia
System of the united ritatea and its Application
France." M. DE BEAUMONT was a member of t!
ty I French Institute, where his death has left a *?
?e, I cant chair to be sought after and Intrigued for.
Auction (.sties This l?ay.
J. A. En?..?JW * Co will sell this day, at ttio north
aide of the Old Custom Hourn?, st 11 o'clock, two now
boilers, witb iron front), In complete order, 32 feet long
by 38 iiiilma in diameter.
B. M. MAnsii?LL will sell this day, at hil ?ales room.
No. 33 Broad-street, at 10 o'clock, a very handsome a? t
of Brocatol furnltu-o. tables, wardrobes, &c. ; also 1
MILLIOAN, MF.LOUER8 k Co. will soil this day, on
Accommodation Wharf, at 11 o'clook, 3 brass howitzers
omi ii Parroit guns.
MILKA DIUKE will sell this day, lu bis storo, corner
of King and Liberty Btrects, at 10 o'clock, a largo and
well n- -sorted stock of boots, shoes, dry gooda, hats,
BOWERB & SILOOX will sell this day, in their Moro.
No. 137 Meeting-street, opposite Markot, at 10 o'clock,
furniture, carpets, &c.
F. BACBOB will continue to sell this day, at his storo,
No. 136 Meeting-street, opposite tho Pavilion Hotel, at
10 o'clock, 150 lots of dry goods, clothing, ko.
Ci.trFoniJ k MATHEWEH will sell this day, at their
omeo, No. ni Vi Broad-street, st 11 o'olook, a spring
wagon and harness, carriage, kc.
Srr.KNoiD SHOES, BOOTS, GAITERS, SLIPPRUB, BAI.
UOUAIS, and what not- alls to be had in all stylet, sizes
and qualities at tho handsome New Store, No. - Hing
atreot, west side, betweon Clifford and Queen streets.
We would adviso all our friends, tbo ladles specially
and the pnblio generally, to call and examine the large
stock: tbore exposed for sale.
UUMPBKE?S' S PX C I F I C-TnOUHANDH OF IMVALID8
have been perfectly enred of long atandlng ailments,
the plague and bano of tholr II vos, and on which they
bave spent hundreds In vsln, by simply U9ing these In
valuable SPECIFICS. Not a family who have over had
one of theso Family Cases of HUMPHREYS' SPECIFICS,
bnt would give Uve times Its cost, rather than be with
out It Address: No. 063 Broadway, New York.
May 14 6
BY REQ?E8T, THE HANDSOME 8ET OF COTTAGE
FDBNITTJItE will bo rallied on Saturday Evening, 19th
inst, at 8 o'olock. Chauces $2.
BDKKE it BO?NEST,
May 17 3* Meollng-atrcet, next MillB House.
TWO FINE LITTLE STEALERS.
SSO CHANCE 8-$ ?5 l'Kll CHANCE,
THE HIGHEST THHOW TAKES THE CHOICE;
the lowest the remaining one of the Steamers.
LIST OPEN at PHASER'S WHABF. May la
CORDS GOOD PINE SPLIT AND 8TRAIGHT
CORD WOOD. 3. N. WOOD, Agent,
May l8 2* Lumber Yard, Llcguard street.
erf\ f\r\f\ FEET m INCH YELLOW PINE
OU.V/Uv/ FLOORING, Immediately for ship
ping; a prime article want-d.
J. N. WOOD, Agent.
Lumber Yard, Llnguard-atreet, between Church and
8Uta. 3? May 17
1 ? sT.?0.!". PRIME CYPRESS 8HISGLK8. NOW
LOiUUv .landing from schooner William k
John. For aale low from the wharf. Apply to
FERGUSON * HOLMES,
May l8 9 Accommodation Wharf.
LIKE ! LIME ! LIME !
itr.A BARRELS FRESH SOUTH CAROLINA
DKJyJ ?VjfONE LIME.
About 6000 bushels of BLAUE.ED LIME, suitable for
For sale low, by TROUT se AM8BUBY,
Northwest corner East Bay and Market streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements onoe more for the manufacture of
the beat COTTON GINS ever made In this country, arc
now prepared to receive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
Th?j long established and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a auffl
clent guarantee that the arbcle wlU give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT k CO.,
May 14 Wlnnsboro, ti. 0.
rniE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO LEB
X City, will contract for all kinds of HOUSE-BUILD?
INO AND REPAIRING. * W. H. GBUVEB,
J? m uAWPOH ?s BXt?oxaUK'a, No. 17 Broad-street
For the Army, for the Navy, and
for Every One.
The world Is ao lnnndated now with medicines of
every description which are warranted cures for every
known and unknown species of disease, that the sufferer
finds It almost impossible to distinguish between good
and bad. Bono of these wonderful fluids profess to
cure every complaint known to the Materia Medica. In
speakltig of HOSTETTEU'S BITTERS, we refer to a prepara
tion which limits itself to one department of the body
the stomach-the Irregularities snd disorders of which
ltnot only claims to cure, but does. Its reputation has
become world-wide, and from the Paolflc to the Atlantlo,
in both h?misph?res, and lu every latitude and zone, it
Is known and employed as a remedlcal agent.
Persons who have boen repeatedly deceived, perhaps,
cannot be convinced that Hostetter's Bitters wUl effeol
mire, rapid, and permanent cures. But this assertion
Is confirmed by testimonial letters from the most dis
tlngulsbe? men lu the country. AU who have once
used these Bitters keep them now by their side as t
safegusrd, believing that "an ounce of prevention la bet
ter than a pound of oura."
The dlgeatlve organs which have been violated ant'
prostrated by excessive or irregular Indulgence of apps
tile, will be restored to their normal condition by Uti
use of this wonderful medicine.-Boston traveller.
May 14 _I"
?inexperienced Nurse and Female Physlclaa
ProuontB to the attention of Motboru her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, to;
softening the gums, rolucing all Inflammations, vC
allay ALL PATH and sptvamodlo action, and Is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
D?pend ?pon it, mothers, it will give rest toyourselvei
Relief and Health to Tour Infants
We have put up and sold this article for over thlrt
years, and can say In oonfldeaos and truth of It ?hat si
have never been able to aay of .*> other medlolne
NEVEIt HAS IT FAILED IN A BINGLE INSTANCE T
EFFECT A COBB, when timoly used. Never did ?
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by anv ona wt
asad 11 On the oonlrary, all are delighted with Its op
rations, and speak In terms of commendation of 1
magical effeots and medical virtues. We speak In th
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' exp
rtenoe, avnd PLED CJE O?B8BLVBS POtt THE FULPE
MENT OF WHAT WS HEBE DECLARE. In almo
every InsUnoe where the Infant la suffering from pa'
and exhaustion, relief will ba found tn fifteen or twen'
mino, tea after the ayr up U admlnlatciod.
.full directions for using will aooom pan y t ach bott I
None genuine unless the fite simile ot 00BTI8 k PE?
KINS, New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 80 Cents par Bottle.
167 KING & OASBIDEY.
february ?O ?koo CksSriMtt)?.
TIE WAPPOO illLT.S (FORMERLY THE PROPER
TY of Hr. ?J.- 8TE1NMEYISB,, bavo been thor
OIIKIIIJ- overhauls anil aro now In full operation. I am
prepared to cut Vi'low and Pitch l'luo Lim-or iii any
length ?ntl size, ?t sha-toH notice, Ironi a lar?" and woll
aelec'cd stock. At lo?/tldo there is 12 feet of wotor at
my Wliatf, an lUnpttoh can bo guaranteed to vessels.
Any orders eatruu'ed to me will bo carefully czecutod
under my uvrbJiialimpervlston.
May l8 liv? JOtTNG TH?RSTON.
PKLor & m\\\wM,
BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS,
CORSE!OF KINO AND WENTrTORTH-STS.,
WILLAT1END TO OPENING. WRITING BP AND
BALAM3INO DOOK8; will cugago to conduct tho
Books of Sotdlers, Tradesmen, and others by the week,
mon'h oryeor, on mode-to terms. Will also attend to
Collection? o' overy kind
81nfile Intiy Dooks transferred to Dor.blo Entry with
out the ttdious process of transferring and the expense
of new Bola. AU business confidential.
Best city reforentes g1? en.
PTEPHEN E. PELOT.
May 17 4 LOUIS SUERFESEE.
LITO KING STREET FIRE.
CHARLESTON. May 2, 1866.
Messrs. WH, M. BIBD k Co, Agenta Marvin's Safe,
Charleston, 8. C. :
G IN ILK ME* :-I fes1 It a duty I owe to you to expresa
my entire satisfaction In regard to Marvln'a Hafen,
for which yon are Agenta; they have proved all yon
bave recomm -ded. In the great fire on King at-et,
April 6th, which deatroyed Robb'a Block, and my en
tire atoek of Groceries and Liquors, my booka and
papers were preserved In good condition: and it affords
me great pie-aro to testify to the excellent quality
of these Safea, as th'y are justly entitled to tho highett
confidence of the public
(Signed) W. 3. TRIM.
MAUVIN'U PATENT ALI? RIGHT IN THE
.SELBIA,T KI11K IN NKW YORK.
NEW YORK, April 7, 1868.
Messrs. ManVIM k Co., No. 266 Broadway:
GENTH:-WO have Just ope ed the Alnm and Dry
Plaster Safe we bought of yon a short time aince. It
waa in the second story of the building corner of Broad
way and Barclay streets, and fell into the cellar, and It
g ra tillea ns very much to be able to say that every book,
paper, and bank bill, la in good order-very much bet
ter than we conld have cxpeoted after the Intense heat.
We shall want another and much larger one of the same
sort very soon. Yonrs, truly,
WM. A. DROWN k CO.
A large assort-out of BANKERS' and MERCHANTS'
SAFES on hand,by
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
NO. 203 EA8T BAY, CHARLESTON.
May 16 wiro
AND IN STORE.
THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS
LIQFORS, ILES AND PORTERS
r f\ BARRELS GIBSON'S WHISKEY (varions brandi
D\J 16 Barrels Tallahassee whiskey
5 H casIB Otard. Dupuy H (Jo., Brandy
10 casks Sherry Wine, (superior branda)
6 casks Madeira Wine .. ..
6 casks Port Wine, ?. ??
10 casks Muir & 8on's Ale, (Genuine)
10 casks Jeffrey's Als, "
10 caska Younger'a Ale, "
10casks Allsopp'? Ale, "
lOcaaks MoBwan's Als, "
8 casks Quin088'XX Porter, "
6 casks Hlb serfs Porter, "
6 casjs Barr k Go's. Porter, "
5 -ska Falklrk's Brown 8 tout, "
100 casea Philadelphia Ale
100 cases Philadelphia Porter
lOO cases Old Burton Whiskey, (warranted fine)
20 caaes Brandy
30 eases Holland Gio
100 caaes Sherry Wine
60 casoa Madeira Wine
60 cases Port Wine
COO caesa of Claret, (to arrive in a few days)
60 cases Champagne, (varions brande)
20 caaes Sauterlne
26 caaes Champagne Older
200 caaes of the celebrated WAHOO and OALI8AY
BITTER?, for which I am Sole Agent for South Carolini
F. C. KERRIGAN,
May 16 6 No. 80 MARKET STREET.
CHOICE LIQUORS, ALES, WINES, to
L. F. GOODWIN,
No. 58 Wentwortlx-streel
OPPOSITE MILITAI- HALL.
FREE LUNCH FROM 11 A. M. TO 1 P. M., AN
FBOM 8 TO 11 P. M , EViRY DAY.
Tho finest quality of ICE OBI:AU served ataUhom
In the Garden attached to this Establishment.
Come all and refresh yourselves. May 12
BREWERS OFTIHSfAtt AUS ?PORTER
WEST !8THSJ.B?T^ 7 &8?VE-5 NEW YORK.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
H AVINO TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY Ol' TI
above celebra ted ALE, acknowledged to
the teat in the market, are now prepared to supply t
TRADE of tula city and vicinity.
Warranted to stand the climats.
For salo In harr ela and half burel?,
Jnretertcd Sale'.of Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Huts,
itv .in Li-.s DKAKK.
it ,0 o'c'r.ck THI8MORSINO. will be Bold at my alote,
eumur ot Klag and Liberty streets,
A largo and will Uttorted STOCK OK BCOTS AND
Selected expressly for this market from Boston and
iow York 1'iarkot?, to Un sohl without roservi?,
COMHIHTIKfi IS PART AS FOLLOWS:
f. cases Men's <?alf I*, b? BOUTS, 0 to IO
8 can M Mfli'r Calf and Kip P. 8 UrogauB, 7 to 13
2 rikHkH Uen'aCalf llatmiral?, ti to lo
i cases Man's c*lf 8ew.il iim-kio Hhoee, C to io
6CU1L-H Men's? Lastli-i: Oxford anti U'iufircsH, I? to 10
12 i-iiHf., Women'? float PtVgOtl lillimur ?IP, '.J t?J 7
3 cttsi-B Women'a O-"at Sewed I aw Uootees, 3 to 7
2 cin:s Lad's Uno Congre;?.? ?.nitor? 4 to 8
1 cama Women's (mai Dxliiiouiln, f> to 1)
2 cases Kisses' lloat Lace 1I?>UIB, sewed, 11 to 2
1 caso Misses' 0oii><rcK8, 11 to 2
2 CUB? H Cliililren't? LnotliiK and KUI Coiif-rcas, 5 to 10
?IO cartoons Latliet,', MISBI-H', and Children's (..alters,
Slippers, in ii li.iliiinni'ai.
KWIRB, Mull, snd Jaconot MlSLINS, iiarcRo, Mozam
bique, Len-?, Tissue. Figured Lawn, Prints, Linnen,
laougcloth, Brown Uomi-apun, Casfiluieres, bummer
Satin?la, l.ottnu ide. Brown Liuen, Alpaca, Hoop Hklrta,
Folard and L. C. Uandkercbicfa, Ladles', (?cuts', and
Missus' Hosiery, VCIIB. 8carrB, Neck Ties,
A largo assortment of tino HAT8, latest styles.
TBAVELLING and PACKING TRUNKS.
Dry Goods, Hardware, etc., immediately before
the sale of Boots and Shoes.
THIS MORN INO, at 10 o'clock, I will Bell at my Store,
corner of Kin? and Liberty streets,
CONTENTS OF A SUTLER'S STORE-to bo Bold
COSSIBT1NO OF :
BOOTS AND SHOE?. PrlniB, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls,
Flannel Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Bnependers, Cologne,
Pomade, CollarB, JCIUOB. Canned MeatB, Tin l'latcs,
Spoons, Scales, Saws, Shovels. Ketchupfl, Lozenges,
Tripoli Oil, Envelopes, Paper, Uoslory, with numerous
ONE SHOW CASE, 6 feet by 2.
BY J. A. KNHt,OW ?V CO.
THIS DAY. 18th instant, will be ?old, at north side of
ti??- old Oiietoui House, at 11 o'clock,
Tw?> NEW B0ILEH8, with iron front?. In complete
order, M foot long by 2H inche- IU diameter. They aro
lying at Mr. Junien AddlBnii's Wood Yard, Lliuehonse
ttreet, Where tbc.y can bo inspected. May l8
itv ii. ni. ni \ it SHA LI.
THIS DAY. 18th instant, will bo sol.l, at my Sales
Room, No. 33 Broad street,
A very handsomo pet of BROCATEL FURNITURE,
Desks, leo H oiiBo, Tables, Cooking Stove, Wardrobes,
Bjok rases, Ac.
Conditions cash. Articles to bo removed samo day.
Spring Wagon and Harness, and CatTiage Har
BY CLIFFORD ?Si MATHRVVS,
?Viv 31 t-'A Broad street.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, st 11 o'clock, st our Office,
A TWO-HORSE SPRING WAGON snd HARNESS, In
One Double Set Carriage Harness, complete, nearly
Term i cash. May l8
Val?ame Building Lot west side Friend street.
BV WILBUR ?V SON.
TUESDAY next, 21et instant, at the north of the old
Custom House, at 11 o'clock, will be sold, without any
manner of resorvo, to the highest bidder,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, situate on the west side
of Friend street, midway between Broad and Tradd
streets. Lot measures 99 feet 3 inches front, by ISO feet
in depth. Bounded north by land of-Holloway;
south by land Trust Estate Horlbeck; weat by-, and
east by Friend street. This street, about being widened
on the east aide, makes this lot valuable for building or
Conditlona cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
?Steam Saw Mill and Farm.
JAMES i?. GWTT,
connia ?ROAD ann onuncii BTBXKTB,
Offers at Private Sale
Tbe whole or one half intoreat of a STEAM SAW
MILL of 25 horse power, within ivi milos of a navigable
river, and about the same distance from Summerville.
Timber abundant, and a contract existing to supply and
haul to the Mill.
A very desirable FARM, well settled, with new and
convent ?nt dwelling and outhouses, within a mile and
a halt of Summerville. wfi May 16
BY' WILBUR ?it SON.
At Private Bale
A FIRST RATE ROSEWOOD PIANO, six octaves and
Apply to na, as above,
CORNER STATE AND CHALMEB8 STREETS.
May 16 wfinS
Elegant Residence at Private Sale.
BY COHEN, ilANCKEL ?V CO.
At Private Sale
That elegant two-and-a-half story WOODEN RESI
DENCE, on a high brick basement, situated on the
northeast corner of Bull and Rutledge streets, contain
ing ten upright rooms, besides attica and basement.
The Lot la large, nieasiiriin? one hundred and six feet
thron Inches (U-? feet 3 inches) on Bull streot by two
hundred and eighteen (218) on Rutledge, and Is enclos
ed by a brick wall.
On this premises are good and comfortable accommo
dations for servants, carriage house, stables, and all
For terms and other particulars, apply aa above,
COR. EA8T BAY AND BOYCE k CO.'S WHARF.
May 2 wfmlO
Splendid Rosewood Piano al Private Sale.
BV MACKEY a? BAKER.
At Private Sale
At our Sales Room, No. C8 Market-street,
A splendid 6), Octave ROSEWOOD PIANO, of fine
tone and finish, manufactured by Meacham k ?legllng,
Charleston, 8. C. Will be sold low. 3 May 17
Attention, Capitalists !
BY L. BUNCH Ai SON.
At Private Sa'.?
Three PLANTATIONS within twenty-five miles of the
city, well adapted to the raising of cotton and provis
lons; alto offering an Inducement to wood cutting, tim
ber getting, or turpentine business, being convenient te
landing on a bold river; also suited to brlck-maklng.
Also, one to Lease or work on ahares.
Also, a HOUSE AND LOT In tlio Town ti Summer
?tille-a very comfortable Dwelling.
Apply aa above, at No. 600 KING-STREET.
BY F. BADKU?.
At Private Sale
230 boxes of TOBACCO, varions brands, arnot g whlct
are Borne of the finest quality, varying from 30 cents te
$1 per pound. Sample b oxes can be seen at my store
May 15 NO. 136 MEETING STREET.
Desirable Real Estate at Private Sale.
BY A. J. SALINAS.
At Private Bale
That desirably located THREE AND A HALF 8T0R1
BUILDING on the east aide of King street, No. -, b
leg the fifth teoHSo north of Hodson street, contalnln
eight large rooms. The lower room, now occupied a
an office, and entirely separate from the residence, can
with very little expense, bo converted into a nandsom
store. The Lot measures tbirty-tbreo feet six Inches oi
Klug street, by two hundred and seven feet In depth
more or less, and npon which are spacious outbuildings
This property Is snsceptible of great improvement at i
amaU cost, and offers a raro opportunity for Investment
For further particulars and terms, apply aa above, t
May 4 No. 28 VENDUE BANGE.
$10,000 TO $12,000.
FQR SALE FOR DASH ONLY. A GOOD PAYINC
Business in Charleston. Established nine months
Good roiHona furnished for wishing to ccU.
For Partien ara address
3. B. B.,
May 3 Look Box, No. 109. Charleston.
ON NEW YOBK AND LIVERPOOL BOUGHT AN!
GOED COIN, BANK NOTfcS. STOCKS, BOND8, etc
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
April 08 fmwia Nos. 1 and 3 Hayne-atrect.
BOUGHT BY 1' H. KEGLEB,
Corner Xing and Haael-atseets,
February 14 _
THE HIGHEST PRIOI
P. n. KRC.a.Ba'S EXCIIANaKOFK'ICK,
CORNER OF KING AND HASEa^STRKET*.
Octobt-r 48 ra wf
OCTA BU8HEL8 CHOICE FBIPP SKA I8LAN
ssJOU COTTONSEED. Far aale by
A. 0HILD8 k CO.,
Kay 4 Ko. 103 laat Bay-itrect, Charleston, 8. 0.
[BALK CONTINUED I
Dry doods Vtothtng. ,(c
BY F RA CK ti?.
HIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock positively -will ho sold
to closo consignments, o' my store, No. 13, si?.e_??
s.rcit, opposite Pavilion Hotel, ?.?.?.__
160 LU-1 OF DHY GOOIiH,
CALICO-*, Longcloih, Olugl-tu. Chambrara
Fine Cheek Cambria, line Lin? n Duini?k Table ciuih ?
1U lo s . f nsMirteil iila.lr.s llilkls . lur-c sizo
Ladies' L C. ttdkfi? ami ?.chin' do.
r?U pairs aborted I.leen Uni' Pants
10 pieces Hue Linen Iluci-uback
in dozen assorted llo-ieiy.
PurihueerH uro part.?-ularly rtnncited to atteni?
hove gOLU? will ho ?old. *
DOUBLE anil BIKGLX MA'kTRKKSEH
Feather nnd MOSH Pillows ui.d ? .later?. Cots
1 very line Mahogany Bookcase, neiirlynew
1 Show Case, 1 bat*, r-copjtnn l?r? as.
ALSO, ANI> AT HAM K 1IMI?,
Will bo sold 1H rolls of live, n nar ter CANTON' AT*?r
?NO, each 40 yards. **x
Torms rash. ?,(".. ?
Furniture, Carpets, ?te, ?te.
it. Hii?n:io - HILCOY
WU1 be sold THI8 DAY,'in our Blore, No. rj; Me .linn
street, oppot.UA Market, at It) o'clock '
GOOD MAHOGANY WARDROBE '
Burran, Marble Top
Mahogany Hair Heat Sofa
Mahogany Hair 8eat Chairs
Marble Top Bide Table
Ceutro Tables ?
Extension Dining Table
Patent Ice UOHBO
Wiro Safe, Bed Steps
Life of Washinglngton, complete in 6 vols
Boxes of Tin Cans Strawberries, Raspberries and
Pieces Asno? ted Trimmings for Drosses, Brown Usen
Ac. Ac. *
Conditions cash. May 10
BY MILLIGAN, tH H LCI I Kit M -CO.
THIS DAY, 18th Instant, on Accommodation Wharf, w o
will soil, at 11 o'clock,
About 20OO pouuds BRASS aud COPPER
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Wrought Iron.
Conditions gaag. _ May l8
it v MILLIGAN. HB?.CURBS - CO.
On THURSDAY. May 24, ou Accommodation Whiirr, a
11 o'clock, wo will sell,
3 BRASS HOW li Zions
3 Parrot Guns. May 16
AUCTION SALE OF AHJIV WAGONS, A-.
BVhANCKS, AND CARTS.
DEPOT QOARTFRMAbTER'S OFFICE, *i
CHAHLKHTON, 8. 0., May 'J, 1.SC6. f
Will bo sold, on WEDNESDAY, May 23, IKS, at ?.
o'clock A. M., at South commercial Wharf, at Pub
Auctk n, to tho highest bidder,
1 lot of Alt M Y WAGONS
1 lot of A bulancca
1 lot of Carts.
By order of the Chief Quartermaster, Dcpt. S. O.
D. B. HUNT,
Capt 2Gth O. V. V. I.,
May 9 Depot Quartermaster.
SAL- OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY.
Will be sold, at Publia Auction, at 10 o'clock A. M-, m
WEDNESDAY, May 23d, 1866, at Seabrook, mar Hilton
Head, 8. 0., under the direction of Captain CHAKI-a
BARNARD, Assistant Quarter-a-ter, the follow?
STEAMER "CHAS8EDR," as she lays on the beach.
Two Boilers, taken from tho st--ship "Wlnfla
Terms cash, is Government funds.
C. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
April IB 1 epartment South Carolina.
BALK OF OOVEHKNENT MA< HINEK?.
Will be sola, at Public Auction, at 12 o'clock _., ?a?
WEDNESDAY, May 23, 1866, at the Army Mach?n
Shops, on frt Helena Island, opposite Hilton Head, 8.
O., ander the direction of Capt. CHABLEB BA UN ARD
THE FOLDOWIKG PUBLIC PROPERTY, vis :
One HORIZONTAL ENGINE, 30 inch stroke, l8 IncaV
One Horizontal Engine, 20 Inch cylinder
One Locomotive Boiler
One Bteam Boiler Heater
Parts of two Engines, 8 Inch cylinder
One Blower Engine, cylinder
Two Double Hoisting Enginea
One Old Boiler
Two Saw Mill Carriages
Lot Of Old Machinery
Two Hand Railroad Cara
TITO Iron Pilot, Houses
One set of Boilers for Boiler Iron
One Power Pouch
Hr Slide Lathes, one 40 inch swing, two 20 inch, twir?
19 inch, and one l8 Inch
One Bolt Cutter
One rlaning Machino, 9 foot bed, 32 Inch upright
One Upright Drill
One Fire Engine
One Wooden Planer
Three Steam Pumps
One Brass Furnace
Six Iron Ladies
On? Jig Saw and Table
Ono R. R. Splitting Baw Table
One Pattern Makers' Lathe
One Morticing Machine
One Foundry Crane
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
Two Pile Drivers
One Furnace Cupola
One Timber Truck
Flfteon thousand Bricks
One lot Patterns.
THE FOLLOWING WOODEN BUTLDING8 :
One 100 feet long, 36 feet wide, Blacksmiths' Kb05?'
containing nine Brick Forges, with Bellows, complete
one 0-28; one 70x10; one 24x12; one 19x21; one?, two ?
stories, 129x28; three 20x20-, one 12x12; two 25x13; tbtos?
25x12; one 20x12; onollOi2?; one 260x30; one 23__
one 21x20; one 12x8; one 1-12; one 169x30; one __Ml
two stories, with loft.
Terms caah in Government fnnds.
O. W. THOMAS.
Bv't. Lt. Col. and Chief Quarter-aator Dep't 8. C
April 19 _
UAliE OF GOVERNMENT PKOPKHTTk".
Will be sold, at Publie Auction, at the GovernzaoB
Store Honso, on South Commercial Wharf, Chariest?-?
S. C, at 12 o'clock M., on FRIDAY, May 26th, 1806, ?<
largo quantity of Government property from the _aw
my Machine Shops on fit. Helena Island, cons_t_8
BOILER IRON. CAST STEEL, Bar and Sheet Coppav
Zlno. Spelter, Sheet Lead, Yellow Metal, Thurber '
Metal, PalntB. Chain, Screws, Boiler Tubes. Bott?
Rivets, Iron Pipe, Copper Neils, Finishing Nails, COB?
position Nails, Spikes, Mails, Copper Tacks, Balitea;
Bolts, Wire, Hinges, Oars, Saws, Rope, Oakum, Sbaa_
lng Paper, Coal Tar,Spun Yarn, Pitch, Bosin, Ohareo?
Eire Bricks, Hose and Couplings, Clamps for Bolla?.
Iron, Screw Ponches, Pipe Cutters, Blowers, Pot Lamp?
Oil Cans, Crucibles, Faucets. Squirt Cans, Gang Sswav
Capstans, Woodward Steam Pumps, Expanders, Hydra?.
llo Jacks, Anchors, Sfeam Ganges, Globe Valve?, CThc_t ?
Valves, Gongs, 1 ber_ometers, Steam Whistles, Crow
Bars, t-yrlngea, Spirit Level Bnlbs, Lamps, Balls, MgBj
Boat Hooka, Compasses, UfePreservers,X3ork Fen fleay
Jack Screws. Tube Brushes, Iron Tanks, Stoves, Stan
Grates, Bellows, Portable I orges, Platform Be*-_
Grindstone Moulding Flasks, Shovels, Spades, B-_*
smith's Tools, Plumbar's Tools, Carpenter's Toola
Oat- ogees containing a fall list of the articles to btv
sold can be obtained in a few days npon applicant- to
the Qnarter- asters at Charleston and Hilton Head, SI
C, and Savannah and Augusta, Ga
Terms cash In Government funds. _._
C. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief Quartern-stcr,
April 19 Department South Carolina.
J. G. PRESSLEY,
K.ING8TREE2, S. O.,
ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Of W?X
LIAM8BURG and MARION. fmw4? May l8
PKESSL.EY & BARRON
WILLPRIOTIOS IN THE COURT8 OF CLA_BH
J. G. PRESaI_Y, B. P. BARRON,
KlngBtree, 80. Ga. Manning, 80. Cav
May l8 _______ .___?
JAMES F. IZLA&,
attorney at Law
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
ORANGEBURO C. H.. S. O
May 10 S
PERUVIAN GUANO, WARRANTED GENUIN
mow lauding, aud for aal? low, If applied for Hume
lately. . wif. _. RY_*I,
May 4 < Ho, 4 _f#-a_c_Alon w_sr__