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fTlie IDailv TSTews.
THUR8DAY MORNING, MAY 31, I860.
9 LARGEST ClIiOULATION Di THE STATE.
ULEGFST CEttCULATION IN THE CITY.
**. THK XJIST 0_T I?KTTKRS re
^ntning ixx tlie Postoffloe at tlxe exxil
ol ?noli weels is ptxblisheti officially
isa THffi, D-/VIJ-.Y NKWS every iEVi
doy morning. _
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The following oro tho Agon ta for this paper*.
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect
In^ Agon t.
Rev. COLIN MURCHISON, Oencral TravoUng and
TOWNSEND k NORTH, BookseUers and Stationers,
Colombia, 8. 0.
Col. J. J. BYAN, Barnwell, 8. 0.
T. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Offlco, 8partanbu?g, 8. 0.
3. -. DullOIB, Marlon.
O. 8. HABBY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Flo.
PATRICK A HDVEY, Macon, Georgia.
B. A. MCKNIGHT, umonvuie.
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. 0.
3. B. ALLEN. Cheater 0. 11., 8.0.
JOSEPH H. SEAR8, "New Booth," Huton Hood.
W. a LANCE, Grahamvillo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0.
& P. BRADFORD, Walterboro', S, 0.
B. L. DARR, Somter, 8. 0.
SHAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orongebnrg, S. a
9. T. HERSHMAN, " Journal offloe," Camden, 8. 0.
3. M. BROWN, "Bootborner offloe," Darlington, 8. 0.
BL M. QUINN A BRO., Angosto,
3. H. ESTHLL, Savannah, Go.
IBAAO DAVEGA, Agent In Now York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, N0. 708 Broadway, Now York,
Has always the latest dates of tho DAILY NEWS, as ho
does of oil tbo other principal Journale of tho country.
mr BEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -
THE GALAXY.-No. S of this beautiful semi-month
ly has reached us. The table of contonta is pretty
fair, though scarcely equal to the promise of the
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT HABNEBS, SADDLES,
?to.-We direct attention to JOHN COMMINS, NO.
141 Mooting street, opposite Hayne, where he of
fers Harness of the best leather, superior mvko
and very little lined, at one-fourth their cost.
Good Saddles at $5 each. Planters should call at
THE LA PIEIIRE HOUSE, Philadelphia, we leam,
has been leased by Messrs. BAKER & FARLEY, of
that city, and the whole establishment elegantly
refurnished and beautifully refitted and prepared
for the comfort and luxury of the travelling pub
MESSRS. QUINN BROTHEIIS still are to be found
at the old stand up town, on King, opposite Ann
atreet. Every good paper and magazine can be
found there. Some of the latest we have seen are
FRANK LESLIE'S Children's Friend, a very nice
thing for the little folks. Le Bon Ton is there
also, by many of the ladies considered the best
fashion magazine published in this country. It
given patterns ready cut out "life-size," which no
other magazine doe?.
STOCH SALE.-Tho following Stocks, Bonds and
Coupons wore disposed of yesterday bj Messrs.
JOHN 8. RIGGS <fc Co., at their Stock Exchange, and
which brought the pricas affixed :
$18,400 in City 6 per cent Stock 7&@76>?.
$1,(JC0 in South Carolina Railroad Bonds, 73.
?2,000 In State of South Carolina Bonds, doo In 1881,
$1,000 City of Memphis Bonds. 72.
$(100 in Greehvillo and Columbia Railroad Bonds, Ciy_.
60 Shares (half) Boutb Carolina Railroad, 2960.
26 Shares Obarloaton Gas Corni any, l8.
Coupons Nor'heastern Railroad, GC}_,
Coupons City Columbia, 49.
Coupons Benth Carolina Railroad, 65.
Coupons City Savannah. 0.3.
AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.-Wo havo made a
most important discovery. We have not uncov
ered how to square the circle, nor solved the diffi
cult problem of perpetual motion. Wo have,
nevertheless, made an important discovery. We
have found out where to get a first-rate brand of
Claret wino, at a moderate price. Borne years
ago we spent a few months in the French capital;
we therefore know capital claret when we see it
and taste it. We hove found some Claret that
brings to mind tho most pleasant rcminiecences
of our European tour. The Claret is good-the
brand is "St. Macairo"-the place where it may
be procurod is at GKOIIOE W. CLARKE'S, East
Bay-the price (retail) is five dollars and a half
per dozen. Call at the place, ask for the brand,
pay tho prico, and got good wine.
DISTINGUISHED ARRIVAL.-It gives us pleasure
to announce that tho celebrated optician, Prof. M.
BERNHARDT, of Berlin, Prussia, and late of New
York, has arrived in our city, and intends to re
main with us a short time, l'rom the handsome
testimonials whioh he received from- the medical
faculty and clergy, not only of Charleston, but
every other city that ho paid a visit to, as also from
many of the most prominent statesmen in the
Union, we infer that he is an adept in his profes
sion, and therefore advise all iu need of artificial
aid to their sight to call on Professor .BERNHARDT
and procuro a pair of his excellent Australian crys
tal spootacloB, which are pronounced superior to
any others in use.
Professor BERNHARDT opens his office at the
Mills House this morning, whore ho can be con
sulted from 9 A. M. till 5 P. M. See Professor
BKRNHARDT'S card in another column.
DISTINGUISHED ARRIVALS.-Tho posters on the
street cornors, and at various other available
places-the injunction "stick no bills" to tho con
trary notwithstanding-informed us yesterday
morning that SATAN had come to town. Putting
this, that and tho other together, wo at onco ar
rived at the oonolusion that WATTS'
"Satan has BOH?O miBcMef still
For idle hands to do,"
bore special roforenco to the afore-named bil
posters. Knowing too, as wo did, that there are
avast number of "idlo banda" about town, wo did
not much relish tho fact of Satan's arrival. But
our mind was roliuved whon wo saw yesterday, on
the Charleston Hotel Register, that tho antidote
has kept paco with the poison-Dr. O. S. NUTE be
ing there inscribed, as fresh from the "Garden of
Edon," and G. E. DAVIS, lato of Paradise,-?or this
wo toko to bo the meaning of "Paradiso Lost. "
From their advertisement in to-day's NEWS, it
will be seen that these genllomon contemplato
Instructiog and entertaining our community on
Saturday ovoniuR with thoir splendid tableaux,
illustrating the immortal conceptions of MILTON.
We hope their efforts will meet with encourage
Professor PonouEn'e recent lecture on Eng
land's great opio poet, we havo no doubt, has
dons muoh toward whetting the appetite for these
J. N. CARDOZA, ESQ.-Wo had a visit yestorday
from this Nestor of tho Bonthern press, and woro
much pleased to find him bearing up so well bo
noath tho burdon of four-sooro years. Mr. 0. baa
boon living in Charleston eixty-fivo years, during
fifty of which ho was connooted with the prose.
Ho assumed editorial charge of tho Southern
Patriot in 1816, and romained connooted with it
till 1845, when ho founded tho Evening News.
Sinco tho war ho has boon in Atlanta and Savan
nah- ovor truo to his first lovo, still paying court
to tho newspaper muse. Fow cavaliers so con
stant. Ho is at present connoctod with tho Savan
nah Herald, for which journal ho in now writing a
series of letters from this city. As a matter of
course, a mau who has lived as long as Mr. OAII
DOZA, soon as much of lifo and society as ho has,
must needs havo stored up mauy valuablo obser
vations. An account of tho changos tho oity has
undergono during two gonorations would bo of
considerable interest to us youngsters. Gossipy
anecdotes, from a personal intimato, about tho
old mon eloquont, whom wo only know from read
ing and hearsay, would bo oagorly roceived. We
aro glad, Uierolbro, to learn that Mr. CARDOZA Iris
boon prevailed upon to jot down some of the re
miniscences of his earlior years, and wo look for
ward (o thoir publication with a lively degree of
WARLIKE.-Tho Citadel Green at present is our
Champ de Mars. The Citadel building itself looks
lik? a cross botweon a castle and a barrack. ?
uniformed aentinol, with muskot and glittering
bayonet, pacos up and down for non at the sally
port. Rovoillo and tattoo assist in the illusion.
There is dress parado morning and evening on
tho Green, rondered at tractive to peaceful out
siders by tbo melodious strains, martial and
othor-viso, of tho excollent 6th U. 8* I. Band.
This brings to mind tho intervals of comparative
quiet in camp life. But what most reBombles th?
tented field aro the canvas A's stretched on tho
southwestern part of tho Groen. Two companies
of tho 8th Infantry, lately from Baltimore and
Harper's Ferry, aro hore encamped, awaiting
orders. Passing thoro and seeing them engaged
in the various castrai employments, usual to such
a condition of domicilo, makes us wonder whether
we are really and truly in the heart of Charleston
and not on tho Chickahominy; and whether JOHN
SON'S proclamation actually did say that tho war
is at end. Thoso who have nover seen a livo
camp, if any such thoro bo amongst us, may now
on joy the gratification, and at a much cheaper
rate, than did their moro fortunate (?) friends.
THE COLLEGE LIRRART.-A few days sinco wo
went into the College Campus, on George Btreet,
and, invited by tbo politeness of the Librarian,
Dr. L. A. FRAMPTON, we extended our visit to tho
Library. The building, a few years ago, was
specially constructed for this purpose, and is very
well adapted for it. The shelving and alcoves aro
well arranged ; there is abundance of light, and,
in fact, everything that could bo desired in such
a place. Such it was before the war. Such, how
ever, is not its present condition. Sholls plough
ed their course from roof to cellar. One passed
right through the table and floor beneath it.
These injuries have not yet been repaired.
Quito a largo number of bronzo busts of dis
tinguished persons ad'>rn the gallery, and, strange
to say, not ono of these emerile was harmed.
Not over half the sholvos are filled at present.
The old College Library and the valuable addi
tion mado by Dr. FRAMPTON'S donation have not
yet arrived. They are in Camdon, we believe.
The books now on the shelves aro all from the
late MITCHELL KING'S library, and to the scholar,
wo doubt not, form tbo most attractive part of
the entire collection. It is rich in classic and pa
triotio literaturo, works on antiquities, history,
ethnography aud philosophy. French literaturo
is very well represented; so also Italian. Wo
could not wish for a nicor mothod of reducing the
dolec far nienle to intelligent practice than by
often repairing to this seat of the Muses and
here commune with the poets, orators and sages
The library is open to all citizens from 10 A. M.
to 2 P. M. every day, excepting Saturday and
Tuesday. Whon tho remainder of the books shall
oome down we design paying anothor visit, if not
Judge EINO'S library is well selected, pointing
to a fine presiding taste, a well cnltivated mind,
a liboral hand, and all backed by a good balance
at tho bankers.
The connection of Judgo KING with the Charles
ton Collego was long and intimate. He was tho
oldest, staunchest, most constant friend the insti
tution had in our city; and in bequeathing it
his magnificent library he has erected for him
self a monument perennius tere, and of precisely
that character that ho would most appreciate.
PROVOST COURT, May 29.-U. S. vs. Harvey
Blake, colored.-MICHAEL DOWNING, Policeman,
Bworn, statod about half-past 5 o'clock this
morning, cornor of King and Tradd streets, saw
defendant with a rifle, wrapped up in an India
rubber cloth ; he said his father sent it to him
from tho Hoad, but could givo no other account of
it ; I arrested him, and took him and the rifle to
the Guard House. The Court decreed that the
rifle be bandod over to the Provost Marshal, and
the prisoner discharged.
U. S. vs. Peter Harris and Morris Edwards,
both colorod.-J. Spoaring, sexton of Zion Church,
sworn, stated thatlaefc evening about 10 o'clock,
found defendants sleeping in the Churoh ; the
Church has been robbed sevoral times ; they can
easily open tho back windows, and must have got
in thero ; thoro had boon service in the Church
that evening ; cannot say thoso men robbed the
Church ; had them arrestod, supposing they
might givo some information as to who has robbed
it. Sentence of tho Court : Morris Edwards to be
imprisoned four days,- and Peter Harris fifteen
U. 8. vs. Wm. Edwards, colored.-Fighting.
HUMPHREY DUNOVAN, Policeman, sworn, statod
at half-past 7 o'clock, on tho evening of the 29th,
he saw dofondent fighting in Market-streot ; he is
a low thieving rascal, always giving trouble ; a
groat crowd gathored, and I arrestod bira and
took him to tho Guard House. Sentenced to pay
a fine of $10 or be imprisoned ten days.
U. 8. os. Julia Givons and Phobo Woathnrs,
both colored.-Larceny.-Harrison Coleman,
colored, sworn, statod this happened on Saturday
night, about dark, io St. Philip-stroet, in an alloy
whore Hive; I had six dollars in silver, two dollars
in gold, four suits of clothes, a silver watch,
doublo case, and a hoap of other things, I cannot
mention now, woro carried off on that night ; don't
know what became of thom ; thoso two was in do
house ; oder pussons otaya in do house, but not
reg'lar ; somo of 'em was dar dat night ; found a
par of ali?os wid Phebo an' a par of pantaloon ;
found nodding on Julia. Phobe being asKod what
Bho had to say about it, said : T ?B0Wa nuffln
.bout do clothos ; I movo-' "ut ?" bo hoa8? ?n
Saturday night- ?~R0<* <*6 doori ftn' nox raornin*
?e? I to julia, sos I, les go obor to Harrison
hoa*e an' look 'boot de tinga. Do gato was looked
an'I had to got over do feuco, in ray sitiwation
[interesting] ; went in an' finds a pair of shoes an'
a pair of pantaloen, an' git *?w to 'm.
Julia then said : do way I cum to v?, ^ h(r hoa80
is dis way, when he vfifo tok do amall pook ho
wont anti lof h?r, would'nt tond h?r, an' I wont
dar to watt on hor, an* whon sho diod last wooli,
I would'nt stay dar any longer, and niovo out
Saturday ; dat do way I oum to bo dar ; I did for
him, an' dis my tauke.
Tlio Court did not and dofondanta guilty and
THE STEAMER Fannie, Capt. MONELTY, arrived
la?t night from Savnnnih, via Boaufort, &o. Tho
following aro hor paaaongora and consignees :
F A It Whitney, M St'-lsoy, J Murray, G M Lord, A 8
Dc.enport, M 8oau.au, J O Connell, J M Thous, Col G H
Hamilton. G ? Davis, U S ?uto, L K Finch. M Cash and
lady, J F Quinn, Mrs Harrison and sorvnnt, J L Lock
wood, Mr 1 roscott, Capt E H Barnwell, J W Korney, It
McElroy, Mr Jenkin?, and _ in steerage,
Consiguces-Eer.uson b Holmes, W Harris, A Daly,
N M Cbevcr, National Express Co, Southorn Express Co.
DARING ATTEMPT AT RODDERY.-Tho Columbia
Pheonix, of yestorday, says : "On Monday last,
while Mrs. KEYLOB-who Jives about two milos
from tho city-was in her fiold at work, two frecd
men entered her houso and etolo two trunks. Tho
robbors, upon being seen and hailed by a Gorman
in tbo omploy of Mrs. K., fired-two shots at their
detectivo, but without offeot, tbon fled, loaving the
trunks bahind. Information of tbo affair was
given to Magistrato WALKER, who obtained a guard
from tho military authorities, aud snecoodod in
arresting the freedmon, who are now safely lodged
"Our citizens would do woll to boon thoir guard,
as several attempts at robbery have boon made
by frootlmon in the suburbs of the city within the
past few days."
COURT OF APPEALS.-The Columbia Phonix, of
yesterday, says :
At the opening of tho Court, on Tuesday, it was
announced that tho sittings for this term would
ond on Friday next, and that argumouts would
not be hoard after Thursday.
Mr. DeSausBuro conclndod reading the brief in
Ramsay et al. vs. Executors of Peay el al, and was
hoard for appellants. Mr. Bauskott contra.
Tho Bank of Charleston D.S. the Bank of the
Stato. Qon. James Connor for the appellant.
THE FIRST NATIONAL. BANK OF PORTLAND, CT.
A fow days nineo wo copiod a paragraph from
sonio one of our exchanges, which stated that the
bills in circulation on the above Bank wero bogus,
inasmuch as no such Bank exists. We learn from
unquestionable authority tint, such ia not the
case-that tho Bank does exist, and that it is per
fectly reliable in every respect. Wo mako this
statement particularly from the fact that we learn
nsany of its bills aro in circulation in this State.
a a ?
On the 18th, the first heat of a mile race, over
the Lncledo course noar St. Louie, waa won in tho
fast time of 1.45$, by Lutestring, a bay mare by
Lexington, dam by Qlencoe, beating Abu Bekor,
by Mahomet. She was distanced, howover, on
the second heat, and consequently lost tho race.H
Auction Sales Thla Day.
J. A. ENBLOW b Co. will Bell this day at Korr'?
Wharf, at 11 o'clock, by order of the French Consol.
the bark Gardiene; and, lmmediatey after, the ship
boats. For particulars of sale, see advertisement.
COHEN. H ANCHE i? b Co. will sell this day at the
corner of Boyce'a Wharf and East Bay, at half-past 10
o'clock, 3700 lbs. choice sugar-cured hams.
OEonoE HUNEKEN will Bell thla day before hie store,
No. l8 Yandoo Bange, at 10 o'clock, a vario ty of shoes,
segare, fans, hats, suspenders, dry goods, Jewelry, ko.
C. N. AVF.IUI.I, k BON will BCII this day iu thoir storo.
No. 20 Bayne-Htreet, at 10 o'clock, an assortment of
corn, floor, brooms, Ac.
MOKAT k OAMP-BU. will soil this day at their stores,
Hasel-streot, next to the Postoffloe, at io o'clock, an in
voice of dry goods, straw goods, &c.
MILLIOAN, MELOHE is k Co. will soil this day at
their store, No. .0 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, 1000
lbs. liauifl. in lots to snit purchasers; also, a varloty of
groceries, dry goods, Ac.
Ri-.i.Fxr LOTS OF Fonnn-unE.-Our readers will per
celve by an advertisement of Messrs. MACKEY k BAKER,
to be found elaowhere. that these gontlomen have re
ceived from Now York and Boston large consignments
of Furniture of the best qnallty, which they are pre
pared to eell on the most reasonable terms. The varions
lots comprise every description of Furniture to ault the
wants and tho moona of all classes. Honsokoepers will
And it greatly to their advantage to call at No. 66 Market
street, and examino the stock. Mesara. MACKEY &
RAKP.II also have on hand a supply of Meat Safes, Peaks,
Mattresses. Ac, of their own manufacture. Givo
them a coll. .
Du. HUMPHREYS', of No. 66'J Broadway, New York,
well known to tbo Homceopatblo medical practice, has
transferred hiB interest to a company of which he Is a
member, and ia now ready to furnish all tho varieties of
Specifics the profession and people may need. No houao
In this department of medicine has larger facilities or a
better reputation, than that of which Dr. H. ia now at
the hoad.-Newark Advertiser, March 22, 1868. 0
A Hntr TO BOTH BEXKB.- How TO GAIN ANO BETATN
AFFECTION.-It has frequently been suggested that
PLANTATION- BITTERS are, in another form, the "Elixir
of Love" of the Ancients. That they do much to qniet
"family Jars," and reconcile fretful wives to cross hus
bands, wo verily believe. Wh?n domestic quiet is re
stored and connubial felicity relgne supremo,
" How great the charm, how sweet the bliss
That finds expression in a kiss."
A free and proper use of PLANTATION BITTBRB will in
spire the souls of bolh sexes with puro and high-toned
sentiments of affection, and a capacity for rare exquisite
enjoyment In each other's aoclety. - Bemember there la
no place like home, and no passion like love-and noth
ing to link the two together and you to both like the
great Family Blessing,.PLANTATION BITTERS, tilths!!
Q(~\f\ CABE1? GOOD TABLE OLABET, FOB SALE
OKJKJ VEBY LOW, BY
GEO. W. GL?BEE & CO..
OOBNEB EAST BAY AND OTTMBEBLAND-BTS.
May 81 _8_
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES &P0RTER
WEST W*SJ- -BET?* 7 k8 AVE? NEW YORK,
GEO. W, CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
B AVINO TAKEN THE BOLE AGENCY OF THE
above celobrated ALE, aoknowledgod to bo
th - best in tbe market, are now prepared to anpply the
TRADE of thla city and vicinity.
Warranted to stand the ollmato*
For sale In barrels and halt barrels.
CHO10E LIQUORS, ALES, WINES, ?50.
L. F. GOODWIN,
No. 68 Went worth-street,
OPPOSITE MILITARY HALL.
T71BEE LUNCH FROM 11 A. ML TO 1 F. M., AND
JJ FiiOM 0 TO 11 P. M.. EV-BY DAY.
> Tho finest quality of ICE CREAM served at all hours
In the Garden attachi-d to thla Establishment.
Ooma all and refresh younolvea. May 13
Dry Goods, Simio Goods, Ac.
BY McKAY At OA1IPBKLL,
HKSCI street, next Postofllcc.
TIII8 DAY, Ulai inst., will bo sold, at our Btoico, at 10
SHIRTING STRIPES, KENTUCKY JEAN8, PANTS'
8TDFFS. Linen Coalings and Drill. Irish Linons, L. O.
Haudkorchiofs, Muslin Madras Head Handkerchiefs,
Silk and Colton Pocket Handkerchiefs, Swiss MnslinB,
Grenadines, Tissues, Huttons, UoBlory, Notions, ko.
An invoico of Ladios' TRIMMED UAT8, Men's
Trimmed Hats P. L and Htraw Hats, Willow Fans,
Ladies' Baltuorolp, Summer bhawls. Fine Merino Un
dershirts, Ac , ice.
A woll assorted invoice of WILLOW WAUK.
Conditions cash._May 31
BY MCKAY ?fc CA.IIIMIICI.L,
HIISII -licet, Hill III I'UStofllCC.
TO-MOHHOW, 1st Jut.e, will bo Rold at our stores, at 10
A variety of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Mahogany
Bedsteads, Wurdrobcs, Bureau", Wasustands, Ualr-i-eat
Chairs, 8ofas, Dining nnd Card Tables, 81 (-boards, Sec
retaries, Lounges, Mattresses, Crockery, kc , Ate.
1 8EWINO MACHINE, warranted in completo order
100 Cotton Sheets.
Conditions cash. May SI
Whiskey, Rhine Wine, St. Domingo Wine, Corned
livef. Lemon Syrup, &c.
BY McKAY <fc I.ANPSHLL,
Hand street, next to Pos toolee.
TO-MOBMOW, 1st Juno, will be sold at our storos, at 10
- casos OLD BCUUHUN WHISKEY, various brands
- CSBOB Lemon Syrup
- cases St. Domingo Wine
- eases Corned B. el'
ALSO, ON ACCOUNT OF I'MUIER 1'UHCllAHEll,
- esses RHINE WINE.
Conditions ca?h. May 31
BY MILLIGAN, MBLCHEB8 Ht CO.
THIS DAY, 3lBt inst., at our Store. No. 20 Vendae
Hanne, at 10 o'clock, wo will soil,
1000 lbs HAMS, in lots to suit purchasers, just
arrived por steamer Moneka
6 bl)H. Mackerel
6 boxes March
3 bbls. Sugar
0 bbls. White Beans
1 bag Bio Oolloo
6 boxes day Pipes
8 cases Whit key
60 dozen Kerosene Lamps-various sizos
- gross Knives and Forks.
Bolts LONGCLOTH, CA83IMEBE3, Moiton Cloths,
Linon Pocket Handkerchiefs, shirt Bosoms, Ladies'
Hose, Suspenders, Table Ol' ths. Straw Bats, Gents'
Brogans, Ladies' Balmoral and Guitcr Shoes, Ac.
Clothing, Shirts, Iloopskirts, die., to Close Consign
BY A. II. ABUAHAMS ARD SONS.
THIS DAY, the 3let inst, at lu y_ o'clock, wo will sell
at our Storo, Ko. 21 Vendue Bange,
ALPAOA SAO ? S AMD COATS
White Linen .Shirts
BOXES AND BASKETS CHAMPAGNE
Boxes Hock Wbie
Barn Is very fino imported 8herry Wine
Boxes Cheese, kc., kc. May 31
Flour, Sugar, Butter, <fcc.
.TAnnes w. BROWN di CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at tholr Store, No. 11C East Bay,
cor. Frioer's Wharf, at 10 o'clock,
IS barr?la FLOUR
20 barrels Sugar
10 tubs Butter
10 boxes Checso
15 boxes Mustard
10 boxes Candles. May 31
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE THE SOLE AGENTS IN
this city for tho colcbrated Improved and thorough
stretched BELTING of A. M. O Smith's Manufactory,
Now York, and aro prepared to receive orders for any
quantity and sizes, from 1 inch to 40, and fUrnlsh same
at short notice. Tbeso BeltlngB are made of the best
oak tanned leather, and warranted In every respect.
Samples can bo seen at onr establishment.
FIRE ENGINE, SUCTION & STEAMBOAT
OF SAME MAKE F0BNI8HED AT SHOBT NOTICE.
TOP, N0 TOP BUGGIES AND LIGHT ROCK
ALWAYS ON II AND.
IN ALL ITS BBANOHE3. NEATLY AND PROMPTLY
NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
S. W. Corner Meeting and Wentworth Sts.
May 28 _smwths 5
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
YOUR ATTENTION l8 CALLED TO A STILL FUR
THEK DECLINE IN PRICES FOB PLANING,
AND aONGUEINO AND GROOVING LUMBER.
Knowing the ?ants of the community, we reduced the
prices of the preparations of Lumber for Bnilding Pur
poses, and now ofTer a still further reduction.
Snrfare Planing at Five ($6) Dollars per M.
Tonguelng and Grooving at Six (f 0) per M. ,
The patronage of the community is respectfully soli
We are prepared to contract ana furnish any number
of feet of Flooring, Lining and Shelving Boards, prepar
ed In best manner, at corresponding reduced prices.
WHARTON k PETSCH,
Car Works and Planing \i Hld,
Corner Line-street and Railroad I rack.
SHOES _&_ ^OOTS.
RE8PEOTFULLY INFORM8 HI8 FBIBND8 AND
the community tbat he has opened a branch of
business in the building corner of King and Market
streets, known as Adgor's Dig Store, where bo has on
hand a large, assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOE8 AND BOOTS at reduced
prices. tuthslnios April 10
No. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRIST
MILLS, always on han.'.
Agent* tor AltOHA/HRAOLT'S STEAM fr'NCIIHH . an-i
IH ?EltHOLi:'-' . ME., '. COriCN -.J. t
THE WAPPOO MILLS (FORMERLY THE PROPER
TY of Mr. J. H. 8TEINMEYER), have been thor
oughly overhauled and are now in tul operation. I am
?.repartid to cut Yellow and Pitch Fine Lumber of any
ength and size, at sborlest notice, from a large and well
seleo'od stock. At low tldo there is 12 foet of water at
my Wharf, and dlapatch can be guaranteed to vessels.
Any orders entrustsd to me will be carefully executed
under my per?onel supervision.
May m ' Imo_JOHN G THURSTON.
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Prosscs, Printing Presses; makes and re
pairs Hoiatlng Maohicea for Stores; makes all kinds of
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
?general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. ARCH'D MoLEISH,
May 3 tutheCmos No. 4 Cumberland street.
Boots, Shoes, Dry doods. Straw Goods, Clothing,
BY MILICH DRAKE.
TO-MORROW, Juno 1st, at 10 o'clock I will fell at my
8'oro. corner of King and liberty.streets,
75 caaes and cartoons BOOTS AND 8HOES, selected
oxprcssly for UIIH market, consisting In part as follows:
Caaos MEN'S FINE CALF F. S. BOOTS
Case? Men's Calf mid Kip P. H. Brogans
Cases Mon's Fine Calf Balmorals and CongrcsR
Case? Ladles' Fluo lasting Congress Gaiters
Ca?i*B l.mlli-ii' Goat Ba*morals, J to 7 and 6 to 9
Cas? s M?BBPV Congres? and Balmorals
CartooiiH Ludion*, Mieden' aud Chlldron'a Blippors, Gait
ers, Doo te et?, Ac.
Pieces PLAID LBKO, Figured Lawn. French Balro
rlne, Mozambique. Bare, ti; Spotted, Plain Bwlas, Jaoo
not and Nainsook Muslins; Bird's-Kvo Dlapor, Mosquito
Note, Suiumer Satinet, Hickory Stripe, Ticking", Twill
Jean, Longcloth, Homespun, Mournltiu Prints, ko.
Ladies' und Gouts' UoitWy, lowela, Madras llandker
chl fu, Plaid and L. C. HiiidkerclilofH, Agato BmtonB,
Grenadine Ycila, Suspenders, Neck Tie?, tiummer Satl
nctand Drill Pant", Mon'n Siraw, Felt and Cloth Hats,
White and Ohookid Matting, Ac. May 31
French Bark "Ange Guardians." for account of
whom it may concern, by order of the Frenen
DY J. A. KNSLOYV ?Si CO.
THIS DAY, 3l8t May. will bo Bold, at li o'clock,
at Kerr's Wharf.
Tim Mot-lied and Copper Fastened, ten year old
FRENCH BARK "ANGE ?.?UARDI?NK."
By order of the French Consul, the conditions of tho
salo aro as follows: Tho Hu'l and Spars will be offered
together; thon the Anchors and Chains; after which, the
Standing and Running Rigging and Cordago; and, sub
sequently, all tho hell-?. Tbo whulo will then bo offered
together, and, If bids aro made in excess of tho com
bined offoi- for the eeverel parts, the said offers to bo
void; othorwlBo, they wM bo binding.
ANO, IMMEDIATELY ATOSK!
THE -HIP'S BOATS.
JOST" Tho Wilmington Journal and Savannah Republi
can will please copy, and send bul to J. A. E. & Co.
Neto Crop Muscovado Sugar.
BY J. A. KIV S LOW AND CO.
TO-MORROW, 1st Juno, at 10 o'clock, will |bo sol1,
at Accommodation Wharf, alongside the schooner T.
J. Frazier, just arrived from Matanzas,
40 hhds. New Crop MUeOOVALO BDGAR.
New Crop Cuba Molasses.
BY J. A. EN8LUW At CO.
TOMORROW, lstjune, will bo Hold, at pnblio auction,
In tho Now CUB tom ?-"uno Mores, cornor East Bay
and Market stroet, at 11 o'clock,
425 hhds. )
3G tierces J NEW CROP C?RDENAS MOLA8SE8.
8 bblB. )
*er Columbia Pheonix, Augusta Constitutionalist,
Savannab Republican, Wilmington Journal, Macon Tele
graph, Abbeville Banner, will Insert tho above until
day previous to salo, and Bend bill to J. A. E. A Co. -
BY OROilO- II Ii NE lil- tv.
WU1 bo eo:d THIS DAY, before ?i-y Store, No. l8
Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock,
A variety of 8HOE-J, 8EGAR9, FANS, HATS, SUS
PENDERS, Pants, Dry Goods. Gold and -liver Watches,
Gold Chain?, Gold Rings, Sundries.
2 DIAMOND RINGS.
Conditions cash. May 31
Leaf Tobacco, Havana and Domestic Segars, <_c.
BY GEO. HVKKKEN.
Will bo sold TO-MORROW. June 1, at 10 o'clock, at No. 66
8ocloty-etreet, one door from King ?treet, under the
Hall of Frouudsohaftsbund, the entire stock in store,
LEAF TOBACCO IN CA8E8
Havana and Domestic Segars
CONTENT- OF STORE.
Bold on account parties leaving the city.
Gooda to bo removed by Saturday sundown.
Conditions cash. mtmhf._May 31
HY WiKIIUK ?Si BO*.
TUESDAY NEXT, 6th June, at 11 o'clock, north of the
Old OOBtom House, will bo sold,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, WITH THE
LINK RESIDENCE thereon, situate one door
.rtbeast of the cornor Inspection and Marsh
_.streets, measuring 43 feet G Inches on Inspoo
tion-Btreet, by 120 feet In depth.
Conditions-Half cash; balanco in one and two years,
to be secured hy bond and mortgage of tho promises.
Building to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay us for papers. May 29
Splendid Corner Stand and Dwelling.
BY WlhBUH at si? N.
TUESDAY next, Otu June, north of tho old Custom
House, at 11 o'clock, will be aold,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the de
atrablo two and a half story DWELLING and
I! ii ES 8TORE thereon, being a Ano business stand,
_i situate on tho northeast corner of Marsh and
InspccUon-atroets. The house is weU finished, has a
spacious store neatly fitted np, and on tbo promises is a
Ano large elstern and necessary outbuildings. Lot
fronts on Insprctlon-Btreet 35 feat 6 Inches, by 12(f feet
Conditions-Half cash; balance in one and two years,
to be secured by bond aud mortgage of the promises;
buildlugs to be kept insured and policy assigned. Pur
chaser to pay us for papers. May 29
BY L. BUNCH ?St SON.
At I'rivoto Sale
Three PLANTATIONS within twenty-five miles of tho
city, adapted to the culture of cotton and Provisions,
Turpentine, or Timber Getting, or Wood Cutting, being
immediately on a bold stream and good lauding.
Apply as above, to No. 508 KING-STREET,
Wbore you will find LUMBER, Yellow Pine, of every
description. Sawed to order at lowest rates ; delivered
In any part of tho city.
50,000 CYPRES8 8HINGLE8
Wood, Oak and Pine, at retail.
Three goo I WO"K HORSES
One Plantation Wagon
In short, if yon wish to buy a plantation, or rent one,
or lumbor to build a'fence, aud horses to plough, brick
to make a chimney, or horses for Bale . r exchange, call
and seo us; and if a stranger wo will toko yon in and do
the best we can for you. th May 24
KI.Mli'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY SCHOOL,
YORKVILLE, 8. O.
THE SECOND 8E88ION OF I860 WILL BEGIN ?IN
tho 16th of JUNK, and end on tho 16th of NOVEM
THUMB.-For Tuition. Books, Stationary, &c, Board
ing, Fuol, Lights, and Washing, $115 per seealon, pay
able In advance, in specie or tbo equivalent.
Circulate containing full Information may bo Been at
this office, or maybe had on application to
Surviving Principal and Proprietor.
May 17 t hm G
THE TAX COLLECTOR FOR THE PARISH OF ST.
JOHN'S. OOLLETON, will open his Books on the
1st June next, at Rockville, for the purpose ol receiving
Returns and collecting the Taxes for said Parish, ana
will continue thom open until the 10th of said month.
GEORGE W. SEABROOK,
May 20 stnth? Tax Collector.
CHIE QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
DEPARTMENT or SOUTH CAROLINA
OiL-LEH-roN-, 8. O, May 24, 1866,
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED 'AT
thla office until 12 o'clock M. on the 1st day of
Jnne next, at which time they will be opened, for trans
porting within the city limita all the atores for which
the Quartermaster's Department may be required to
fnrniah transportation. The contract to remain In force
for three months.
Bidders will state the price per load for whloh they
will furnish trana pur tatton. The avorage dally ii umher
of loads hauled in the last three weeks has been two
hundred and fifty.
Bids deemed unreasonable will he rejected,
Proposals must be addressed to the undersigned, and
endorsed "Proposals for furnishing Transportation."
a W. THOMAS.
Brevot Lient. Col. and Chief Quartermaster.
May 25 6
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, )
DKPAIITMKST SOOTH CAROLINA, J
Charleston. 8. O, May 16, 1866. 1
SEALFD PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS
Office until 12 o'clock, M.. on Tuesday, the 6th day
of Juin-, 1 KOO. at which ti mo they will bo oponer?, for
furnishing the Quartermaster's Department in this City
with WAK AN PINE WOOD, until January lat, 1867.
Deliveries to he msdo or South Commercial Wharf, a
such times, and In snob quantities, as may be required
by the Depot Quartermaster.
The quantity reqnlred monthly will probably bo abou
One Hnndrod Cords of Oak, and One Hundred and Fifty
Cords of PI ?..
Bidders will state the price per cord of tho kind o
Wood that they propose to furnish.
Two good suretiea In tbo sum of One Thousand Do
lara each, to be named In the bid, will be required for
tho faithful performance of the contract.
Bide deemed unreasonable w11) bo rejected.
Proposals must be addressed to the undersigned, Brid
marked, "Proposals for Furnishing Wood."
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevot Mont Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
ROYAh HAVAHA LOTTERY Ofr CUB*.
CONDUCTED BY THE 8PANI8H GOVERNMENT
?8.0,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY flFVKN'fifB
Prlaoaoaahed and information furnished.
The hlgheat rates paid lor Doubloons and all kind
Gold ?nd811v->r. liVftOB A* CO., Bankers.
febra-??tf ?no Mo*..*' Y\? -jcct. "eir ?.it*
Com, Flour, Brooms, de. b_tse_\
BY ?. N. AVKIULL ?SON ^^
THIS DAY, 31st instant, will be sold lu our Htor*_ Ne.
20 Hayne-Btreet. at io o'clock
SO BARBELS FLOUR '
200 bushels Mixed Corn
100 bttsbrlH White Corn
24 do/cu Brooms
Boxes Family Soap
Half bbls. No. 1 M;i,i,,..,|
Half bbls. l'icltleil l(. rr?xta
Quarter bbls. Fickle 1 Berrina
Kits Pickled llor ?nr
nnlf bbls Pieldcd li. <f
Kits, Tongues und .?oil?.ifi
English Tullin Salt. .
BY IIK-VIIY COItIA At CO
THIS DAY, ?t Ifto'oM. before our Stor"No. 26 Vsn
duo Range, will be Fold
3 bales DAMAGED COTTON, sold foi- account of a?
concerned. Terms cash. Moy li
Choice Suoar Citrnt Utm_\
BY COHEN, HAM u,i. k'riiivn
THIS DAY. Slat May, will bo sold, nt lovelock,
at the corner of Boyeo ti Co.'s Wharf end iS.l n"?^
2700 lbs. choleo SUGAR CURED HAMS DMm&L
in lots to suit purchasers. ' uucanww*?
AUCTION s/ii.K Oh' ONK H1IHnil.li n ??
VKRI?JIENT ANIMALS, CUN?lsTIN? a?
HORSES AND MULES. *?o???? wr
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.?
ClIARLKBTON. 8. 0. MaV 23 I
Will bo Bold, at Public Auction, TO-MORRu* June UL
at li o'clock A. i?., at South Commercial VIMH
100 GOVERNMENT ANIMALS-about in 55
and 60 MULES. ***********
Tbo abovo animals aro good and serviceable, and
takon from daily work. Can be Boen until day of -iVi
at Government Stables, Chalmers street.
Bv ordor of tbo Chief Quartern aster Tepartmont
8outh Carolina. 1>. R. HUNT
Captain 26th O. V. V. Infantry, Dopot Quartermaster.
EXTENSIVE SALE OK COTTON AlACKM
Tbo Granltovillo Manufacturing Company having a?
tormined to chango their stylo of doods and "-*?
FINE OLOTH8, ofTor, and wlU sell at Auction, a
Granitovillo, To-MORROW. 1st of June, their ontfre
Machinery of Nino Thousand One Hundred and
Twenty Spindles and its preparation, all in good ord?,
and now running on Sheetings, Shirting aud Drills,
of numbor fourteen Yarn-consista ol'
One Mason's WILLOW
Two Whiting's PICKERS
Two EngUsh Breaker PICKERS, Walker k Hocking
Three English Finlshor PICKERS, Walkor k Hook?
log, Manchester, England
FHty-four Mason's BREAKER CARD8
Sixty six Mason's FINISHER CARDS
hix Mason's RAILWAY HEADS
Fonr Mason's DRAWING FRAMES
Fourteen Hill's GEARED SPEEDERS, forty 8pIncOe
Ono CARD GRINDER
Forty-three Mason's Warp Ring Traveller SPINNING
FRAMES, 120 Spindles each
Thirty-threo Mason's Filling it ing Traveller SPIN
NING FRAME8. 120 Hpindlcs each
Six Mason's SPOOLERS, 48 Spindles each
Eight Mason's WARPERS, drop wiro
Ton Mason's DRE SERS
Two hundred and thirty-six Mason's yard-w Id
Speeder BOBBINS, Spinning BOBBINS and Warptn
SPOOLS. BEEDS. HARNESS, Ac. Ac.
Parties wishing to purchase bad better come and ex
amlno wbilo the Machinery Is ruuning.
The Machinery will tie - boxed and delivered at the
South Carolina Railroad Dopot by the Company.
Terms cash. WILLIAM GREGG,
President Granitovillo Manufacturing Company.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Vidal vs. Jenkins
On TUESDAY, the 12th of Juno next,, at 11 o'clock A.
M., wlU be sold near tho Old Custom House,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OF LAND, situate
on Caper's Island, in the Parish of Christ Church, con
taining about 902 acros of high land, and 605 acres of
marsh; bounded to the west on land formerly of Sean
Hnbbell, afterwards of Daniel and Nathan Legare, and
on all other sides by tho Atlantic Ocean, its creeks and
Terms-One-third cisb; the residuo in one and two
years, with interest from tho sale, secured by the Bond
and Mortgago of the premises, executed by tho purcha
ser, who is also to pay for papors
JAMES W. GRAY.
May 91 tbniG tul Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREES IN EQUITY.
"Burke vs. Tooma; Ex'r."
WlU be sold under the direction of (he undersigned, at
tbe old Custom House, on TUESDAY, tho 19th of
June, 1P66, at 11 o'clock, A. M ,
All that FABM, or parcel of Land, with the improve- -
menta thereon, situate on tho west eldo of King-street
Hoad, near to the forks of it, and the Meeting-street
Hoad, in this city, measuring live (6) acres, four(4)
poles and nino (9) perches, moro or less, and having
mich shape, form, buttings sr.d boundlngs as are repre
sented on a plat thereof, annexed to a deed of convey
ance from Patrick Duncan toR. F. Withers, recorded In
the office of tho Register of Menno Conveyances for
Terms-One-fourth cash; tho balance in four equal,
successive, annual instalments, with interest payable
annually, secured by bond of tho purchaser and mort
gage of tho promises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
May 31_thstuO_Mastei; in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Reid vs. Reid. .
Will be sold under tho direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House In this city, on THURSDAY,
the 7th day of Jnne. 1866, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the west side of
Klng-Btreot, between Queen and Broad streets, moasur
ing in front on King-street sixteen (16) feet six inches,
and in depth 130 foet. Bounding to the east on King
street ; to tbo north on land of Edwin L. Kerrison; to the
west on land of the estate of Clements; and to tho
south on land of Ann Dupree.
As the street Is to be widened, and this Lot being
convenient to the contemplated Grand Square, will mike
it very desirable for a store.
Terms-Ono-thlrd cash; the balance in ono and two
years, secured by the bond of tho purchaser, and mart,
gage of the premises, with interest from the day of sale,
payable seml-annuaRy. Purchaser to have the privilege
of paying tho whole b3 ossh. Purchaser to pay tax?e
and for papers. JAME3 TUPPER,
May 26_fltnthC_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Seedorf vs. Adm'r. Schroder.
Will be sold, under the direction of tbo undersigned,
in front of tho Old Custom Houso, on TUESDAY, the
12th of Juno. I860, at 11 o'clock.
All that LOT OF LAND, with tbo BUILDINGS there
on, situate at tbo northeast corner of Quoen and State
streets, In this city; measuring in fronton Queen-street
twenty-one (21) feet, more or less; on Stnto-streeteighty*
six (86) feet, more or less, and on the north or back Uno
twenty-soven (27) feet ten (10) inches, more or leas.
Bounding to the south on Queen-street, to the north OB
the Lot of Land hereinafter described, to tho west OB
State-street, and to the east on Land of N. A. Boye.
All that other LOT OF LAND, "with the BUILDINGS
thereon, sltnate on tho eatt side of State-street; measur
ing in front on 8tate-street thirty-six (36) feet, more or
less, and in depth twenty-nlno (29) feet seven (7) inchee,
more or less. Butting to the west on Stato-Btroet, to the
east on Land of N. A. Boye, to the north on Land of the
Estates of Fleming and Boss, and to the south on the
Lot of Land above described. AU which dimensions
and measurements are covered by the Buildings, and
contained within the walls and fences now on the sala
Lots of Lands.
Terms-One-third cash; balanco in three equal soo
cesslvo annual instalments, with interest from uti?,
payable annually, secured by bonds of the purchaser?
and mortgages of the premisos; tho buildings to be In
sured and the pollolcs assigned. Tho purchasers having
the privilege to pay the whole of the purchase money le
cash. Purchasers to pty for papors.
May 29 tuths7 Master in Eqoiiy.
UNDER DECREE I? KQUITY.
Verdier, La Borde et al.
Vf III be sold under the direction of tho undersigned, at
tho old Ou-tom House, iu this city, ou TUESDAY, the
19th day of June, 1866, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, willi tbo Buildings thereon,
situate on the east side of tt Philip-street, known by
the number 62: measuring 30 feet 0 inches front, on
said street, by 100 feet in depth. Bounding to tho weat
sn St. Philip-street; to tbo north on land of Toomor; to
the east on ; and to the south on land of J. P.
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance In two equal an
nual instalments, secured by bond or the purchaser oui
mortgago oi tho premises, with interest from the day
>f aale The buildings to bo insured and policy assign
3d Purobaser to pay for papers,
May 29 tuthslO_ Master In Egnlty.
UNDZR DEC BEE IN KQUITY.
Ex, parte Addison.
Will be aold under tho direction of the undersigned, at
tho old Custom Houso, In this city, on TUESDAY, the
19th day of June, 1866, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings ana ina
provementn thereon, situate on tho north side of Wee ure
jourt, Ward No. 2, meaBoring and containing ?J?
Vont, by about foot lu depth. Butting ana bound
ng to the north on land of j to the south m
fVcem'a Oourt; to the east on land of ? *?a *.
he west on land of . . . ^__- '---(
Terms-One-thlrd ooah; the balance ?m <"?*?95
innual instalments, seourod by bond of the porous??
ind mortgage of the premises, with Inmost from UM
lay of ule. payablo ahnuolly. The buildln nt tobein.
May 29 tutlisia ?iaete? ***?**.<!