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^The Pailv -ISTews.
WEDNESDAY MOUNING, MAY SO, 1866.
LARIiL" .T CmCULlTION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CmCULATIOiN Di THE CITY.
?r THE LIST OIT LKTTKR8 re
paiiinin? in. the JPostoflrioo at the end
of eaoh week is .luhlished oitloiully
1? m_-__ J>_VII_.Y IVJB-WS every J-Tri
The following aro tho Agents for this paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, Gunoral Traveling and Collect
ROY. COLIN MURCHISON, Ooncral Traveling and
TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers,
Columbia, S. 0.
Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, S. 0.
X1. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, S. C,
9. T. DuBO-S, Marion.
C. 8. HARRY, Sandy Ford P. O.. Madison co. Ila,
PATRICK & HDVEY, Macon, Georgia.
B. A. MoKNIGHT, Uulonvillo.
J, Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, S. 0.
I. B. ALLEN. ChoBter 0. H.. S. 0.
JOSEPH H. 8EAR8, " New South," Hilton Hoad.
W. B. LANCE, Grahamvillo P. O., Beaufort, S. 0.
B. P. BRADFORD, Waltorboro*, 8, 0.
H. L. DARR, Sumtor, S. 0.
--HAD. O. ANDREW8, Oraugoburg, 8. 0.
3. T. HER8HMAN, "Journal oifico," Camdon, 8. 0.
i, M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S. 0.
ML I?. QUINN & BRO., Augusta,
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
X8AA0 DAVEGA, Agent in Now York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, Now York,
__. always the latest dates of the BAILV NEWS, as ho
does of all the other principal Journals of tho country.
*J*r SEE SECOND AND TRIED PA OSS. -?*
a ? a -
VALUABLE AND LAUGE GAROO_Tho Amorican
hip Hudson, Gapt. POTTER, for Liverpool, which
aa heen loading here for some time, was cleared
yesterday by MOBSTB. WILLIS ?_ CHISOLM, with tho
largest cargo of tho season, consisting of l?
bale. Sea Island Cotton and 3805 bales Upland
Cotton. Tho Hudson is & very superior mer
chantman, and makes a flret-rato cotton carrier,
as will be noticed from the size of her cargo.
THE FAin.-The ladies of tho Fair havo yielded
to tho urgent request of throngs that still
crowd tlioir beautiful hall, and have consented to
closo the Fair to-night, with a Anal e hi
Jjition of their inimitable tableaux. The hall,
though void of some of the costly splendor that
graced it at its first opening, is still beautiful.
The thronging^happy crowd of young people
alone proaonts^ffl- attraotion that will move with
pleasure and admiration tho most Btoical,-but
throw around the brilliant scene the charms of
music, as is hore dono, and tho thousand aud one
innocent entertainments that the ingenuity of tho
ladiss havo gathered there-and we are not sur
prised that tho public aro lothe to see it finally
closed. To thoBO who havo never attended an
auction, we havo no doubt that the grand finale
.Will bo the most entertaining of all.
But wo must not omit saying a few words about
the efforts of our fair friends last night. The
hall was, perhaps, botter filled than on any pre
vious night. The tableaux well aeleotod and ad
mirably rendered; Misa Bqueers administering
tho sulphur and molasses, on tho plea of a cure
or prophylactic of scobies, but really to' reduce
the appotites of the young disciples of the York
shire seminary. The acting was capital; fow
would have recognized the angel of the previous
night in the termagant Miss Sqneera to-night;
and tho little ecamps swallowed the dose with
each extremely natural wry faces and contortions,
that tho audi?-ce was convulsed with laughter.
Taking the "Veil was the next tableau, also very
fine. And tho now nun looked charming; in fact,
as if nun she waa none.
Norma waB re-enacted at the general request of
those who had not witnossed it the first time. The
beautiful Miss P. looked up most beseechingly at
the relentless Norma, and Bang the "Hear mc,
Norma," as no other cantatrice in MI?B city could
equal. Tina was a rare treat. The Fair ia much
indebted to the indefatigable labors of this young
lady for a large measuro of ita BUCCCBS.
Mrs. CIIAVIN and others, we will not name at all
this morning. As the Fair is to terminate to-night,
we shall have an opportunity of recapitulating all
that is worthy of record. And with this promise
we closo, and wait till to-night.
PBOVOST CODBT, May 29_United Statea ... ED
WARD WEL8H, whito, and William Gadedon, color
ed-Fighting in street.-Sergeant NEWMAN, of the
city police, sworn, stated that last evening about
a quarter to 8 o'clock, saw a largo crowd in King
street, got through them, and found defendants
clenched and fighting: the colored boy with a
strap making a noise and disturbance, with a very
large crowd around him. Finod 15 each, or be
imprisoned for six days.
United States vs. Adam Deas, colored-Sweep
ing chimney without license.-Sergoant NEWKAN,
police, sworn, says he found defendant in tho street
without an agont or liconae, contrary to tho city
ordinance. He could show neither; arrested him
according to a standing order of the contractor.
Fined $5, or be imprisoned for three days.
United Statea vs. J. AII-EKB, white-Selling
liquor to a soldier.-ALFBED FASSETTE, ?worn, said
I am a musician in the 6th U. S.I. On tho 2Si
inst. I and another soldier went into the atoro a*
corner King-streot and Smith's Lane, and askec
if we could have any liquor. We were told to gi
to the back-room, and he would Bend it thore
He aont a man in with a soda water bottle full o
whiskey, for which he charged us fifty cents, am
I paid bim for it. 'lho dofendant here ia th
same man. Ho waa behind tho counter. W
wore both in uniform. I called for tho liquor an
paid for it. Found guilty, and sentenced topa
There were somo other caacB, of very little ii
O.B Savannah contemporaries describo, wit
considerable enthusiasm, an excursion they ha
on Saturday last, to Thunderbolt, and a ya c1
race. We copy from tho Republican :
The two contestants, the Minnie and the Jai
X., with their respective baokors and friends, t
the appointed hoar weighed ?ncbor, and were o:
The Jane L. leading the Minnie and running fro
kept tho load for some timo. Tim wind was fret
and fair on the going out stretch, and the Jane .
shipped a good deal of water, which probably ht
somo influence upon the rosjult of th- race. Bot
boats wore well managed, and by tho time tin
turned the buoy, the Minnie led hor antagoni
by some two hundred yards. Here the oonte
became very exciting. Evidently the game li
with the Minnie, who, on the homeatret.h, provi
tho olosost sailor against the wind. Sho mai
tainod her lead throughout the homo etrotc
coming in ahead forty-nine seconda, and the wi
ser of tho purae.
The following ia the time made by o ach. YO neo
Jane L., 54 minutes; Minnie, 53 minut?e and 14
Wo understand that thora will bo anothor race
shortly, in which thcao two boats anti fivo others
DKDOW'S REVIEW for Juno has arrived, prompt
as usual, awl pretty well illlod with solid, not to
Bay heavy, articles. Tho following ia tho tahlo of
1. Lifo of JuliuB Civsnr.
'2. What's to bo Dono with tho Nyroca ? By
Oeorgo Fir/.hugh, of Virginia.
3. Tho Fedoral Union-Now und Hcicaftor. By
W. A. Cnrov, of Alabama.
4. Improvement of our Bivord-Tho Appomattox
of VirKiuia. By A. Stoin, of Ala1 atna.
5. West India Emancipation-Its Practical Work
ings. By A. Bretton, or Santa Cruz.
fi. Tho Last Days of tho Confederacy.
7. Tho Amorican Colony in Mexico.
8. Fragraoi.ts of tho Past.
9. Amorican Industry and tho Approaching
French Exhibition. . . ,
10. Tlio Futuro of Italy. By J. L. Ewoll, of Naah
11. Journal or tho War-Entorcd up Daily in tbo
Confederacy. By tbo Editor.
Department of Agriculturo. Department of
Commerce Editorials. Miscellany.
BAii.noAi> MF.ETINO AT EDOEKIELD C. H.-Tho
Augusta Chronicle <fc Sentinel of yesterday says :
"Wo aro roquoated to advisoour Edgeflold friends
that a railroad meeting will ho hold next Monday,
Juno 4th, salo day, at the Court House. It is
understood that tho meeting will bo addreesod by
Governor FICKENS, Govornor BONHAM, Colonel
JOHNSTON, and othor distinguished gentlemon.
Tbo object of the meeting is tho consideration of
the necessity for a spoody completion of tbo
Columbia and Augusta Railroad. This road runs
through Etlgoflold District fifty miles, and there
aro only two stockholders at present from Edge
field District. Wo hope our Edgefield fiiends will
seo tho urgent necessity for a speedy completion
of this road.
"Tbo next fall promises a heavy immigration to
the South. Tho beautiful country which lies con
tiguous to tbo village and along the ridgo, is just
Buch land which small farpaers will want. Heal
thy, well-watered, producing fine vegetables., ono
of the flnost fruit regions, being Boldom injured
by frost-growiug poaches, grapes, applos, cur
rants, pearn, chorrios and plums. Tho soil is
easily cultivated, brings good crops of cotton,
corn and wheat.
" But those lands aro now oheap becauso inac
cessible. Tbo completion of this road will greatly
enhance thoir value-bringing all their surplus
within easy reach of Augusta, Charleston and Sa
ALMOST AN ACCIDENT.-The Savannah Advertiser,
of Monday, says : "On Friday night, just after
the Presbyterian clock had ctruck ten, the dwell
orB for several blocks in tho vicinity were alarmed
by a terrible crash in the church. Common re
port had it that tho bell bad fallen, as the clock
was silent for tbo remainder of tbo night, Next
morning revealed tbo extent of the damage Tho
ropo holding tho striking weight of tho clock had
become old and worn, and tho jar of striking the
hour caused it gradually to looson and give way,
till at lust it parted, and down carno the heavy
weight, crashing through tho immediato floors
and ceilings, and carrying everything before it,
till its further progress WIIH stopped by the solid,
stone floor of the vestibule. Tho weight consists
of a large and heavy box filled with stones and
sand. Fortunately tho damage done was not ex
"It ?B providential that thiB accident occurred
when it did, while no one was about tbo church.
Had it happened thirty-nix hours later, whilo per
sons wero about mtering the church, it would
certainly havo caused tho loss of valuable lives.
"The clock was taken down on Saturday for
necessary repairs and cloaning. While the Trus
tees havo tho mattor in hand, wo would respect
fully suggest that the east dial is sadly in ncod of
THE Editor of the Atlanta Christian Indez pa^B
the following touching tributo to a worthy lady,
known to many persons in this city.
It ia our painful duty to record tho fact that on Mon
day morning last, at 4 o'olook, Mrs. Mary Ann Brantly,
wife of onr much loved brother, the Rev. Wm. T. Brant
ly, D. I)., and daughter of that eminent saint, the late
Dr. Wm. H. Turpin, of Augusta, departed this life. We
have no language to oxprots our grief. She waa one of
the dearest friends we ever knew. Save those to whom
we are bonnd by ties of common blood, none over occu
pied a higher place in our esteem, or In onr affections,
For many years abo had been li<re a sister, reciprocat
ing, we aro happy to say, onr warm regards ; and now
that she has ?ono, we feel bereaved. Another heart-ache
baa boen added to a heart already aorely smitten, and
more tears most come to eyes accustomed to shedding
them. Our tenderest sympathies are exolted for our
afflicted brother in this hour of ris calamity. Be, too,
is bound to us by no common ties. Forty years age
we wero school-boys together, we grew np together, we
went down into the water together, and were baptized
on tba samo day, by bia father, the ever honored Brant
ly of former days-and in latter years the friendship of
our youth h sa ripened Into mellow maturity. We ti a ve
rejoiced In the success which baa run parallel with bia
lile, and now in his affliction we aro afflicted. One com
mand wo find it easy to obey-to " weep with them that
Mrs. Brantly was a moat superior woman. Amiable
and elegant, accomplished and gifted, devout and honor
able, gentle and lovely, it la but seldom that human na
ture appears in forma so attractive. And now the bat
angelic nature 1 We thank God for that assurance ; and
if we have one less friend on earth we have one more li
heaven, and it may be that as sore aa thta temporary
bereavement may seem, the ga'n ia more than the lost
to na who remain, no leis than to the bleat spirit re
moved from our companionship to that of the angel?
and of the Saviour.
The Army of Northern Virginia.
The concluding paragraph in an article in ti?
Crescent Monthly, entitled "General LEE and hil
Campaigns," by J. QUITHAN MOORE, Esq.. is th<
moat grateful and touching tribute to tua gal
lant Army of Northern Virginia and it? last ant
moat ronowned ohief that wo havo read:
"Thore stood tho mournful remnants of tba
once glorious army that bad dipped its conquer
ing banners in the crimson tide of eight and t wen
ty sanguinary battles, and strewn its horoic slaii
from the feet of tbo Pennsylvania mountains ti
the gates of its own capital city; that had givei
Manassae to Beauregard, and twined the fame o
tbe Seven Fines' battle in tho laurel wreath o
Jobneton; that had caused the waters of the She
naudoah eternally to murmur the tamo of Stone
wall Jackson, and stretching its right arm ou
to tbo distant West, had planted victory on th
drooping banners of Bragg; that had witncssei
four gigantio camoaigns, and through all thei
shifting and tragic scones, and under all difiO
cnlties and dangers, had remained stoadfas
ahd faithful to the last. And after having w11
?osBod the rising of tho Southern constellatioE
aB it loomed up brightly on the horizon (
war, pursuing to its splendid zenith the fler
path of MarB, now beheld, not unmoved, it
declining splendors going down in the glooi
of eternal night. And ho, its illustrious ouiof
whoso lofty plume was ever its ral)ying point i
battle, and around whom its affections warml
clustered, now commended it for its past devotioi
and bade it adieu forovor. Slowly and Hadly li
rode from that mournful field, and the causo tha
bo fought for was boncatb the foot of powe:
Few wero tho oyes that grow not moist at witneai
ing that departure It was tho agony of a gres
eau?? finding expression in the sublime soul of ii
great defender. And though that ciuse be do&<
yet will its memory continue to live, and evi
honored will be those illustrious names that BACI
flced at it? altars. And on the scroll of fame i
narnu among the list or ominent worthies w.
shino with a purer, serenar, or moro resplendo:
light than that or Robert Edmund Lee. HU fan
is monumental. His name will bo placed alon
sido those of the great captains of history-Mai
borough and Saxo, or Tilly and Eugene; and i
long as tho fame of the Southern struggle shl
linger in tradition and song, will his me mor? 1
cherished by tho descendant* of the Bootftoi
races; while his oharaotor will stand np in t)
twilight of history like some grand old cathodn
lifting itself in imperishable beauty above tho o
jocts of earth, mnjustio in its vast proportion
awful in its solemn sUtelineBS, sublime in i
Auction Sales This Day.
JOHN B. Riuas k Co. will noll, thin day, at their Real
Eatato and Stock Exchange, cornor of Broad and East
Bay Btrcot-, at 11 o'clock, City 8ix Per Cent. Stock, In
sums to fiiitpi?rchaiicrB* South Carolina ItailroadBonds,
Btato Bonds, &c.
Hxttet Vottta ? Co. will ?oil tin? day at thoiratoro.
No. 10 Vendue Range, at in o'clock, felt hats, bair-rimli
OB, IUlian sowing silk, and 1 cask of damaged cutlery.
LAURKY k Ai..KXANni--.il will sell, tilla day, al tbolr
stor? s, Non. 138, 110 and 142 Meetitig-ntrcot, at lOo'clock,
wootons and damaged cotton osnuburgs; also, a quantl
ly o? gunpowder, cow-peas, (boulders, butter, oil, bacon
strips, whiskey, &c.
It. M. ATAUHIIAM. will soil thin day, before hi* salen
room, No. 33 Broad-street, at 11 o'clock, a lot of very
elegant and well-kept furniture, Melton cloth, Ac.
J. A. ENBLOW b Co. will soil this day before thoir
store, No. 125 Eost Bay, at 10j. o'clock, pickled her
rings, wbito heans, tea, tobacco, soap, ujolassos, corn
meal, pickled trip*, ko.
n MII.I.IOAN. MKt.oiiEiw ti Co. will Roll thla day at
their store. No. 20 Vendue Range, ot 10 o'clock, Moiton
clolh, head handkerchief?, towels, tablecloths, he.
N. HUNT & SON will sell this day, at thoir salea
room, No. 17 Hayne-Btrcet, at half-past 10 o'clock, 20
casca and cartoons assorted boots and t-boos.
MIL-B DiuKE will sell this day at hie atoro, corner
of King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, tho balance
of ttock of dry goods, clothing, hats, notions, ko.
.NUEABT? Ol' "COME-noWH "- MoSBTO J. R. READ &
Co., in their advertleemonts in thla morning's NEWS,
offer a large variety and choice ?olectlon of t?resB goods
at an amazingly low figuro. Bow they can afford It wo
know not. Tho tallos always love to go to READ'S; nor
do wo ti onder at It. A handsoaio ut-ire, pleasant, oblig
ing attaches, a fino stock of goods, solcotcd by a fanltle.8
tasto. Vio predict a largo run on READ'S ii the next
Dn. nuMrnnEVB', of No. 662 Broadway, Now York,
well known to the Bomreopatblo medical practice, bas
transferred his interest to a oonipany of which ho la a
member, ana is now ready to fui-utsh all the varieties of
Specifics the profession and people may need. No house
In Uiis department of medicino has larger facilities or a
better reputation, than that of which Dr. H. Is new at
tho head.-Newark Advertiser, March 29, 18G5. C
ORIENTAL CHOLERA BITTERS,
TJBED WITH THE GREATEST 8UGOE8S A8 A PRE?
YENT IVE, and adopted by the Faculty of Constantino
Bold by FRED. ROHRSOIINRIDER, No. 3.2 Peart
street. Now York, and by A. W. ECKEL k CO.. No. 231
King-street, near Market, Solo Agents for Charleston,
8. O_ths2 WP6?_May 10
A Beacon of Health.
The good things of thla world have each their ap
It IB tho mission of H03TETTER'8 STOMACH BIT
TERS to prevent and rill?? a great variety of ailments.
For twelve years its success aa a protective and a remedy
has been without rheo- or drawback. It Is strong
negative evidence of this fact, that the efficacy of tho
article as a specific for dyspepsia, biliousness, constipa
tion, nervousness, general debility, and Intermittent
fevers, has never been questioned.
Asproo/pojiiterr of its infallibility In such COBOS, the
statements of public mon whose nomos are familiar as
household words, have from lime been given to the
If its reputation Is not founded In facts, then truth Is
a shadow, aod the utterances of conscientious citi-ens
of no more value than "dicers' oaths."
And what wita reputation? Let the progress of ita
sales answer tbo inquiry. Whero twenty dozen bottles
of Hostetter's Bitters were sold in 18SS, five hundred
doten ore disposed ol now.
Gould public opinion bo more significantly expressed
than by Ita unparalleled Increase of consumption ? It
The preparation baa been imitated. Where are the
Imitators? Echo answers, "Where?" To the "limbo"
of things lost on earth they are all either gone or going.
Peace bo with them I
May 88_ 6
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presents to the attention of -fothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHINfl,
Which greatly facilitate- the process of Toetblng, bj
softening the gru?a, reincing all Inflammation-, wUU
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and Ia
.ORB TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, It will give rest to y ourselves
Relief and Health to Tour Infants.
We have pat np and sold this articlo for over tlii-t)
years, and can say In confldence and truth of it what wi
have never been able to say of ?-> other modi cine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A ffMO-LE INSTANCE TC
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did w <
know of an Ina tan co of dinsatlafaction by any ona w.(
used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with Ita ope
rations, and speak In terms of oommendatlon of lu
magical effects and medical virtues. We apeak in thii
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
dence, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE tTKKff. DECLARE. In almos
every Instance where the infant la Buffering from pah
and exhaustion, relief will befonnd in fifteen or twonv;
minutes after the syrup la administered.
Full directions for using will accompany tach bottle
None genuine unless the foo simile of CDRTlfl & FER
KIN8, New York, la on the outside wrapper.
rjold by all druggists thronghoat the world.
Price only 35 Ceuta per Urn ?Je.
For aal? by
KING & CASSIDEY,
Fohrnarv 22 timo -cifrarle?*--.
0-0. R. CROUP & 00.
GENERAL (10 M III I SSI Ol)
AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
AMD Wno-KBALB DKAI.K11B IN
LiaVOIlS. GICAIN, FLOUR, LlfllK,
SUGARS, HAY, SALTED PISH,
J GUANO, Otc.
NO. 209 BROAD STREBT,
GEO. W, WILLIAMS... CO,,
CHARLESTON, H. C,
?? OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH:
1 A i^?i^n BAOK8 LIVERPOOL 8ALT
JLU\-/ \J 3000 b?rrela Bugar-A, B and O
200 baga Rio and Java Coffee
1000 kegs Nalia, assorted
600 coila Manilla and Hemp Rope
100 bales Gunny and Dundoo Bagging: .
100 barrels Molasses and Synip '
?JO boxea Adamantine and Bparra Candles
200 kegs Powder-whole, half and quarter kegs
SOO twos Shot and Lead .
- SOD bbU. Flour--Fine, Soper and Extra I
200 doien Uuokcta, Brooms and Tuba
Oopporaa. Blueitone, Madder
Indigo, Bploea. -larch, VeaatPowder
Soda, Pickles, Sardlnea, Teas, MaosoraLe-tc, a
May 10_thatolmo j
JW BOINE0T & BURKE RECEIVE TI
latest Haw York DAILIES every aftorno-Oa Prlc<
Oinfs. ?tiltil A: c1.
GOLD FOR SALE
N LOTS TO SOIT PURCHASERS. GOLD BOUUHT
and sold by
LOWNDES ft GRINDALL,
May 29 3_Law Han RP. Broad-strop'.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
H. L. DAER,
SUMTER, S- O
A GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOR MERCHANTS
CIRCULATION RIPIDLY INCREASING.
THE PROPRIETOR, WELL KNOWN IN CHARLES
TON, offers to lils old friends tho cnlumus of his
paper as a good ADVERTISING MEDIUM, and solicits
a sbaro of their patronado, feeling assured that ho can
give entire satisfaction both in stylo and prices, he
bein? a PRACTICAL PRINTER, nnd wl 1 givo nts entire
attention to IIIH paper.
BU81NESS 0ARD8 inserted at roasonablo rates.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken by contract.
Buslaoss Letters will bo addressed to
H. L. DAER,
May 30 Sumter, South Carolina.
CHE IP FAMILY SOAPS!
CHEAP FAMILY SOAPS!
ALARIE AND COMPLETS ASSORTMFNT OF
CHEAP FAMILY HOAPS from iho colobrated J. 0.
HULL ft SON'S Manufactory, has just been received at
VON SANTEH'S BAZAAR,
And selling at FIVE. TEN, FIFTEEN, TWENTY and
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS por cake, and by the bar at
FIFTEEN, TWENTY and TWENTY-FIVE OENT8 and
upwards. By the dozen oakes or bars will bo sold still
OASTILE SOAP, In bars: ROSE; ALMOND; PATH;
MAGNUM DONEY; MAONUM GLYCERINE; MAM
MOTH WINDSOh; TKAN8PARfcNT CAKE 8OAP;
HOTEL WINDSOR 80AP; KNICKERBOCKER 8HAV
ING SOAP, In bars for harbor's use; MILITARY SHAV
VtRBENA, ROSE, ORANGE and CAMPHOR SOAP,
for the Toilet, ko.
For sale, wholesalo and retail, at
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 390 KING STREET,
May 24 3 doors below Wentworth street
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE THE SOLE AGENTS IN
this city for tho celebrated Improved and thorouoh
stretched BELTING of A. M. O Smith's Manufactory,
New York, and are prepared to receive orders for any
quantity and atzes, from 1 Inch to 40, and furnish samo
at short notice. Ihese Beltings aro made of the best
oak tanned leather, and warranted in every respect.
Samples can be Been at our establishment.
FIRE ENGINE, SUCTION & STEAMBOAT
OF SAME MAKE FURNISHED AT 8HORT NOTICE.
TOP, N0 TOP BUGGIES AND LIGHT ROCK
ALWAYS ON HAND.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. NEATLY AND PROMPTLY
NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Wentworth Sts.
. May 28 emwtha 6
TO BUILDERS GENERALLY.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
WB WOULD RESPECTFULLY IKFOBM OUI
Friends and Customers Generally that from thli
date our prices are reduced to the following:
TONGUE AND GROOVING, BEVEN ($7) DOLLARS
SURFACE PLANING, SIX (IO) DOLLARS PER M.
EBAUGH & K?LLONEE,
Hay 25 fmwO Near Northeastern Railroad.
YOUR ATTENTION l8 CALLED TO A STILL FUR
THER DECLINE IN PRICES FOR PLANING
AND TONGUEING AND GROu.VING LUMUfcR.
Knowing the wanta of tke community, we reduced th
prices or the preparations of. Lumber for Building Put
poses, and now offer a still further reduction.
Surface Planing at Five ($6) Dollars per M.
Tongucing and Grooving at Blx (S6) per M.
The patronage of the community is respectfully soil
We aro prepared to contract and furnish any numbe
of feet of Flooring, Lining and Shelving Boards, prepai
ed in best manner, at corronpondlng reduced prices.
WHARTON ft PET80H,.
Car Works and rlaning UUlf,
Corner Line-street and Railroad I rack.
No. 173 EAST BAY
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGR
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kind? :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRIS
MILLS, always on ham!.
Agents lor AltCHAMRAOLT'S STEAM FNGIV ... an
IN4BHHOLX-- .?VIE..,.'.'Ori''v- -. i
THE8B HILLS ARB NOW IN OPERATION, AN
prepared to furnish carg?os of any description <
On hand a well assorted atook of LUMBER, which wl
bo disposed of In lots to anlt purchasers, et the lowe
m?rtet value._ mwf April M
THEWAPPOO MILLS (FORMERLY THE PROPE1
TY of Mr. J. Ii. STKINHRYKR), have been tho
oughly overhauled and aro BOW la fhll operaiou. I .'
Prepared to cut Yellow and Pitch Pine Lumbar of at
mgth and six?, at ?bortest notice, tram ? larg? ana an
.eleo'ed stock. . At low fid? there Is ia feet of water,
my Wharf, and illapatch can be guaranteed to vessels.
Any ordera entrusted to tee will be carefully execute
under my personal aupervialon.
Hay 16 lmo JOHN Q. THURBTON
City ?Six Per Cents., in sums to suit purchasers,
South Carolina Railroad Jlontls, State Honda,
?te, al auction.
iiv .mim ?. RIOOS & co.
1II18 DAY, the 30th inst., at 11 o'clock, at our Real
Estate unil "lock Exrbatiiiv, will bo sold,
TIM'S FOLLOW I NO KIUVI'-CLA?S HKCURI
EKinTlKN THOUSAND FOUR HUNPRED DOLLARS
JNOITY81X PEU CENT. 8TOCK. IN BUMS TO
ONE THOUSUNii DOLLA US SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS STATE SOUTH CAUO
LINA (PAKT DUB) ?DM H.
TWV.?,vIt?.V,?A,?,Lb,1).OU'ALK aTATE SOUTH GABO
LINA HONDH. DUB 1HSI
TWO THOUHAND DOLLAHS STATE NORTH CARO
FIVE THOUSAND UOLLAItH CITY MEMPHIS HONCS
ONE THOUSvND DOLLARS CUtKK.N V1L1.K AND 00
LUMDIA RAIl.llOAK BONI H.
FIVE HONORKU DOLLARS CITY COLUMIilAUONDH
ONE THOUSAND UOLLAUH IN AMERICAN COLD '
FIFTY-ONE SHARES (HALF) SOUTH CAROLINA
TWESJY-81X SHARE? CHARLESTON OA8 COM
TUB POhhOWlSG COUPONS :
COUPONS NORTHEA8TEHN RAILROAD.
COUPON8 C1I'Y OK COLUMBIA.
OOUPON8 SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
COUPONS COLUMBUS AND WEBT POINT RAILROAD.
COUPONS O KEEN VILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
COUPONS CITY OF SAVANNAH.
Unlimited Securities received beforo day of sale.
Estate Sale-Hy order of the Administrator, with
pcnni.ssion of the Ordinary.
UV It. III. ni.lKSIIll,!,.
THIS DAY, 3uUi instant, at II o'clock, will bo Bold,
at my Sales room, No. 33 Broad streot,
A Lot of vory elegant and well kept FUNITURE, be
long to an Es tato.
Largo and very handsome UUU8HELB CARPETS
Handsome Parlor Furniture, Chairs, Teto-a-Totos,
Tables, Painting?, Ornaments.
ubamber Fumituro-Bedsteads, Bureaus, Chairs, Car
Conditions cash. Art lelos to bo removed samo day.
BY K. Al. MARSHALL.
THIS DAY, 30th instant, will bo sold at my Sales Room,
No. 33 Broart-stroet,
Yatdsof GREY Ml-LTON CLOTn
Yards of Brown Moiton Cloth.
It is suitable for Spring and Bummer wear, and will
bo sold in suits.
Condltiona cash. Hay 30
Sale of Hry Goods Continued.
BY M?LHH DRAKE.
At 10 o'clock THIS MORNING, will bo sold at my
Store. BALANCE OF 8TOCK OF DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, HATS, NOTIONS, &o.
1 PAIR IRON GATES. 8 feet wldo
1 Bathing Tub
Lot of Chain, Pnlllca, Ac._May 30
Boots and Shoes.
BY IV. HU Vi? de _OtS.
THIS DAY.-tho 30th lnst., at 10K o'clock, in our silos
room, No. 17 Hayno street, will bo sold to clono con
20 cases and cartoons, as-or ted kinds Hen's, Wo
men'?. Misses', and uhlldren's BOOTS, 8HOES, GAIT
ER8. BALMORALS, snd BUSKINS._May 30
BY MILLIGAN, BIELCIIKKS de CO.
THIS DAY. 30th lnat., we will soil at our Store, No.
20 Venduo Banse, at 10 o'clock,
20 pieces MELTON CLOTH, 4 yards each
10 dozen Head Handkerchiefs
10 dozen Toxels
Linen and Fancy Tablecloth
10 dozen Straw Hats
1 case Men's Brogans
1 case Ladies' Shoes
1 dozen Vallsss, to close consignment.
Unlimited goods received till hour of sale.
BY IM BUNCH <St SON
THIS DAY, 30th ioatant, at half-past 10 o'clock, at old
Postofflco, will be sold,
Ono substantial OPEN BUGGY and HARNESS-nearly
One genteel ONE-HORSE CARRIAGE and HARNESS
One FAMILY HORSE
One CART HOUSE
One WORK MULE.
May 30 mw2
Choice Sugar and Hams.
BV COHEN, HlNtllHL AND CO.
On TOMORROW, Slat Hay, will ho sold, at 10% o'clock,
at the corner of Boyce k CO.'B Wharf and East Bay,
2700 lbs choice 8UGARCORED HAMS, uncanvased.
in lots to suit purchasers.
Terms cash. May 30
BY W11.HUH Ai SOM.
TUESDAY NEXT, 6th June, at 11 o'clock, north of the
Old Oustom House, will bo sold,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, WITH THE
FINE RESIDENCE thereon, aitnate one door
northeast of the corner Inspection and Marah
_streets, measuring 43 Test G inches on Iuipco
tlon-street, by 120 feet In depth.
Conditions-Half cash; balance In one and two years,
to bo secured by bond and mortgage of the premises.
Building to be insurod and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay us for papers. May 20
Splendid Corner Stand and Dwelling.
BY WILBUR di SON.
TUESDAY next, Mb June, north of tbo old Oustom
House, at 11 o'clock, wBl be sold,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tho de
slrablo two and a half story DWELLING and
STORE thereon, bolng a fine business stand,
_situate on the northeast cornor of Marshand
Inspection-streets. The house la well finished, has a
spacious store neatly fitted up, and on tho promises is a
fine large elstern and necessary outbuildings. Lot
fronts on Inspection-atroet 35 feet 6 inches, by 120 feel
Conditions-HaH cash; balance in one and two years,
to be secured by bond and mortgage of the premises;
buildings to be kept lniured and policy assigned. Pur
chaser to pay na for papers. May 29
One of the most eligibly located Building Lots it
BY ALONZO J. WHITS et SON.
At Private Sale
Will be sold, that very eligible BUILDOiG LOT aitn
ate on the north side of Broad-street, one door east o
Mazyck-street, measuring 100 feet front by 200 feel
deep, more or loss.
For partlcnlara apply at our office.
May 80 I No. 88 EAST BAY.
FOR BALE, THAT DJ -IRADLE PROPORTY, 8IT?
ATED in the Town of Orangebtirg, and known ai
theORANGEBURG FEUAJLE COLLEGE. The build
lug is largo, and aultablofor a Hotel or Boarding School
bolng capable of accommodating about two hundred
(200) persons. On the premises are gas works for sup
plying the building with gas; and a uno orchard ant
garden. The ground* -aro ample and eligibly located
being near the railroad depot.
Terms-One-tenth cash ; balan co in ten equal an
nual instalments, secured by mortgago of the prop
erty; the buildings to be kept Insured and polio;
assigned, or a credit on the whole amount of the par
chase may be bad by giving approved personal socurlt;
in addition to the mortgage, ftc, the purchsier paylni
only casii onoufih to (lefroy expenses of sale. For fur
thor particulars, apply to
COHEN, HANOKEL A CO.,
No. 46 East Bay, corner Boyce k Co. 's Wharf.
?3"Orangoburg limes inaort abovo one month anc
send bill to Courier Office. fmwlmo Hay 25
BTATK OF1 SOOTH CAROLINA-ORANGE
. . IN CHANCERY.
Pursuant to on order of Chancellor J. P. Carroll,
offer at Private Sale, a PLANTATION, belonging to th
estate of the late James Pope, Sr., containing sovei
hundred and ten (710, acres, situated on May Rivet
about ono milo from Bluffton, in St. Luke's Parish
named "Buck Island;" bounded on tho north by land
Of Dr. Jno W. Kirk; east by lands of R. H. Kir!
and the estate of W. P. Gnerrard; south by May River
and west by lands of N. P. Orowoll and James P. Guoi
For terme, apply to me, at Orangeburg, 8. O.
V. D. V. JAMISON, Oom'r.
Commissioner's Office, Orangeburg 0. H., April 28th
May 1 wslmo
BREWERS OF FINF. PALE ALES BORTER
WEST |8T"S\BET"" 7 MAVES NEW YORK.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay %a? Cumberland streets
H AnXIQ TAK?N THE SOLD AGKNOT OF TH1
above oelebroisd ALB, acknowledged to >
th? beat In the market, ore now propared to supply th
TRADE of this city and vloinity.
Warranted Id aUnd the climate.
For ?ale in barrels and half barrels.
?Tay 7 3nl0
BY .1. A. K NSI.lt. Vi ANO CO.
PIUS DAY, thoaoth iust., at 10'i o'ctork, willboaold,
lioforo mir Store. No. va tast |t_v
_Bli hogH PICKLED TRIPE. " May 30
BY .T. A. I:NSI.O\V A\D ctm
IUI8 DAY, tim 90th inst., nt fan? paal in o'clock wlUbe
BOIII befora our Store, Ni*. iv:, Hut i|nv '
-bushel? WHITE PROVISION Cou N. HllKhtIy dam
Wed on voyage of importation, aim ",,M for account of
vlioiti It tuny eoiieorn. jj!iy ;in
BY A. A. KNM??.\\ ? co>
nug DAY, 30th Instant, ?rill i"? "?n. ,,cforo onr
Htoro. No. VI?, lias I hay, at 10', "v",-k
60 BARRELS PICKLED UKlIltlKOH '
2 bat ri-ls Pickled Heel
_ betta Pork._May 80
To close Consignments- White Hem,*, fen Tob?c
eo, Snap, Molasses, Corn Mitti ,1,.'
WV J. A. KNSI.OW Si Vii
ntIS DAE, 80th Instant, nt half.paat io oViork- will
ho sold I? fore our -lou?, No. 120 Invt i?Vv
in this. WHITE BEANS ' y'
Caddies Extra Superior Tobacco
Boxes Torlct Soap
Ca?i08 Cream Tartar
Cases Pilot Bread
Cans Patntu, iiKLortocl
______?-t-'\Ierd,?,_8.*_ May 30
trench Sark "Ange (.'uariiiene," far account of
whom U may concern, by order of <7<,? French
BY J. A. KNSL.OW Si VO.
TO-MORROW, Slut May, will ho sold, nt 11 o'clock
at Kerr'a Wharf. ^^
Tho Metalled and Copper EriRteiieil. ten rear oM
FRENCH DARK. "ANCE UUAUDIKXK." J
By order of tho French Consul, tim rnndillOM of tho
salo aro aa follows: Tho Hull ami .?-pu:... \??]| "e oOorod
to?othcr; then the Anchors and Chaiuu; after which tho
BtandtaB and Running Ringing and Coritaso? and sub
Bequoutly, all the Kail-?. Tho wholo will thun bo offered
loi?othor, and, if bids oro made in neaw of the com
bined -flers for tho sevorcl parts, the (aid offers to bo
void; otherwise, they will bo binding.
AND, IMMKDIATEL.Y AFTEH:
THE SHIP'S BOATP.
?5- Tho Wilmington Journal and Havannah Republi
can will please copy, aud send bill to J. A. E. i: Co
New Crop Muscovado Situar.
BY J. A. KNSI.dVV ANO < O.
On FRIDAY next, 1st Juno, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold,
at Accommodation Wharf, alongt-lno tho schooner T.
J. Frazier, just arrived from Mntauzas,
40 hilda. New Crop MU_COV?U,o 80QAR.
New Crop Cuba Molasses.
BY J. A. KNSI.OW & CO.
On FRIDAY, 1st June, will be sold, at public auction,
In the New Uuetooi Houeo Stores, cornor East Bay
and Markot strcot, at 11 o'clock,
426 buds. 1
30 tiercOB } NEW CROP CARDENAS M0LA88E8.
8 bbU. )
teg" Columbia Phoenix, Angust? Constitutionalist,
Bavannab Republican, Wilmington Journal, MaconTele
graph, Abbeville Banner, will insert the above until
day previous to sale, aud send bill to J. A. E. k Co.
Corn, Peas, Shoulders, Rutter, Oil, Bacon Strips,
lVltiikeii, dec, <&c, itc.
BY LAUI.K'? & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, Hie 30th inst, will bo sold lu our Stores.
Nos 138,140 and 142 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock,
- BAGS COW PEAS
- Bacon Shoulders
- Bacon Strips
- kegs and tubs Butter
- Bologna Sausages
- bbla. Lubricating Oil
- bbla. Superior Bourbon Whiskey
- bbls. Dried Peaches
- boxes No. 10 Cotton Cards
- boxes Collins' Axes.
ONE COOKING STOVE, nearly now.
Conditions cash. May 30
BY I.At'HEV ?Sf ALEXANDER*.
THIS DAY, 30th instant, will ho sold, in our Stores,
NOB. 138,140 and 142 Meeting-Btrcet, at 10 o'olock,
2 kogs POWDER
0 bair -ogs Powdor
9 quarter kega Powder.
Conditions cash._May 30
Woolens and Damaged Colton Osnaburgs~On ac
count of all concerned.
BY LAUUI-Y -(ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 30th instant, will be sold, in our Store*,
Nos. 138, 140 and 142 Meoling-Btrcot, at 10 o'clock,
25 pieces WOOLEN GOODS
3<I pleccB damaged Cottou OBnaburgs
1 Trunk Clothing.
Conditions cash. May 30
Felt Hats atid Hair Brushes.
BY HENRY COBIA <- CO.
THI8 DAY, 30th instant, at 10 o'clock, at our store,
No. 26 Vendue Range, will be sold,
One case containing 20 dozen FELT HATS, assorted
colors and SIZBB
One -package (0 lbs.) Italian Sawing 8ilk (black)
Onecaeo superior quality Hair BruBhcB.
Imported direct from Ltvorpoul.
Terms cash. May 30
Underwriters' Sale-Damaged Cutlery.
BY HENRY COBIA di CO.
THIS DAY, 30th instant, at 10 o'clock, at our Store,
No. 26 Vendue Haime, will bo sold,
1 cask CUTLERY,
TABLE KNIVE8 AND FORES, CARVERS
Shoe Knives, Barlow Knives, Razors
Scissors, Shears ann Pocket Knives,
Imported in and damaged on board sobooner Wickopee,
on her voyage from Liverpool to tliiB port, and sold for
account of Underwriters and all concerned.
Torms cash. May 30
Handsome and well-kept Furniture of a Fam?y
BY CLIFFORD & MATIIEVYES,
Will bo sold at residence southeast corner of Charlotte
and Elizabeth streets, on MONDAY, 4th June, atll
The entire FURNITURE in said Houso, wllhout re
Elegant Mahogany, Walnut, and Rosewood Drawing
and Dining Boom Extension and Marble Top Tables,
Sofas, and Chaira in tots, Ac,
Mirrors, Curtains, Window Bhadoa, Cornices, Carpet?
and Rugs, 8idobo_rds, Tases, Cutlery, ko.
Handsome Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Chair?,
Waa-stands, Wool and Moss Mattresses, Pillows and
Fine Dinner and Tea 8ets of French China
Ont Glass Decanters, Tumblors, &c. Walters ana
Ice House, Safes, Kitchen Furnituro
And a variety of other articles usual In housekeeping.
Terms cash, and articles to bo removed immediately
after salo, as the bouae hat to bo given up.
May 28 _mw'*
AUCTION SALE OF ONE HUNDREDi GO
VERNMENT ANIMALS, CONSISTING OF
HOUSE- AND MULES.
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, 1
OBA1U.E6TON, 8. C, May 23. I
Will be sold, at Publlo Auction, ou FB1?_X, ?JOO 1st,
at 11 o'clock A. M., at South Oommercla Wharf,
100 GOVERNMENT ANIMALS-about 40 HORSES
and 60 MULES. . .__?__ ."?
Tho above an?mela are good and serviceable, ana
taken from dsily work . Can he soon untu day or saie
at Government Stables, Obaliuer* stroot.
Terms cash. - ' . . - ..
By order of tho Chief QuarterDoastor Department
South Carolina a>? !?. nu? J..
Captain 25th ?. V. V. Infantry, Depot Quartermaster.
May 23 _
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC.,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACCOMMODATION WHARP.
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens Distriot, 8. ?.,
EOS LEAVE TO. INFORM THE BHBIDENTHlN
Charleston and vicinity that he has formed a Cb
naas connection oonneetlon with
O. B. OHAMBERI^IN,
COMMISSION MEROHANTAND DEALER XN GRO
CERIES. PROVISION 8. XTO"
Ho. 103 _BAST DAY,
And woul Imoat resmsctfuily sollolt the patron?.-of
hla minv friends and a-M-jnalntanoea.
Mr??' 10 TI talmo
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorney, at LUVT and Solicitors In Equity,
OFFIOH MO. M BROAD-STRI-BT,