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Th.e Dailv .News.
SATURDAY MOBNINQ, JUNE 2, 1866.
tAKttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
4T XHB? LIST OF XjKTTEIR.S re- I
Sea ai ii i na in the Fostoffloe at the end i
o? each week is published officially
in TETJEG DAILY NHTWS every BVi
<*c?y morn Ihr.
9W SBB SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -? .
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The ruiiHEit of tho stoamor Dictator has fur
nished us with late Florida and Savannah papers.
CoWJKIlT AT THE BaTTEBV THIS AFTERNOON.?
1. Overture?From ThomaB* Opora Lo Caid.
2. Grand Finale Lucia.
8. Gallop?Trap Trap.
4. Duett and Finale from Luorezia Borgia.
Arrivai? of Of.n. D. E. Sickles.?General D. E.
Sickles, Oommander of tho Department of the
Carolinas, arrived horo yostorday afternoon in
the steamship Cosmopolitan, from New York,
The General has boon absent for some weeks on
businoss at Washington and olsowhero, and has
mow como back to assume command of his do
You no Men's Christian Association?An an
nouncement will be seen in another column rela
tive to the services to-morrow evening of this ac
tivo benevolent Christian brotherhood. Three of !
our best speakers and m -Ht popular Divines in the
city will deliver addresses. We hope ere long
again to see the old Association on its old footing.
Pobtoffice Matters.?As will be seen from the
Postoffice notice in another column, on June the
?Jd, and afterwards, the mails for the Northeastern
Boad will cIobo at 11 o'clock, A. M.; and in cons?
quence of a chango in time of arrival of the North
ern mail, tho Post?nico will open Sundays, com
mencing June 10th, at 1 P. M., and remain open
for one hour.
Bev. Isaac Leeser.?We learn that this eloquent |
Hebrew divine will proach in the Hasol-stroet
synagogue this morning. Dr. L. is a distinguish
ed Oriental scholar, and is the author of many
workWon Hebrew literature No IsraelitiBb divine
in America has been long' r before the public, or.
more thoroughly appreciated by his communion.
Serenade.?We believe it is to tbe Young Amer
ica Fire Company we are indebted for a serenade
and three rousing cheers for The Daily News, at
an early hour yesterday morning. The Firo De
partment of Charleston is one of the best in the
country, and this Company?one of ite latest ad
ditions?is a fine specimen of what our firemen
really are. Success to you, boys, and we echo
back three cheers for the Young America.
Sale of Suqab and Molasses.?The following
valuable list of ?Sugar ami Molasses was disposed
of yesterday, by Messrs. J. A. Enslow & Co.,
which brought the prices named :
40 hhde. fair to good grocery Sugar, cargo of sehr. T.
3. Frazler, from Matanzas?9 hbda at viy,, 27 hhds. at I
12J?, 2 hhds. st \iy?, 2 hhds. at 11%.
97 boxes damaged Sugar at the following prices?20
boxes at ll?i, 60 boxes at il.1.;, 27 iioxes at 11,'?.
40 bhda. Muscovado Mulasves at 48>?.
30 hhds. Clayed Molas es at il y,.
SO hhds. Clayed Molasson at 41. ,
C 376 hhds. 36 tierces and 8 bbls. Clayed Molasses at I
The Daily American Patbiot, published1 in
Columbia, arrived in town last night. ,Tho Patriot
is a well edited, neatly- printed paper, and if it
continues thus, as we havo no doubt it will, we
predict a brilliant future for it.
"The Sumtek News."?The first number of thiB
new competitor for public patronago and favor has
reached our office, and we oxtend it a cordial wel
comed The proprietor, Mr. H. L. Dabb, ?b an old
and valued friend; and wo think we are safe when
we venture to say that he knows all about manag
ing a newspaper. Tbo News is not dressed in
homespun, but comes rigged out in a bran-new j
suit of the nicest store-bought. In other words,
it is very nicely printed, having new type through
out. Our best wishes to our young namesake.
Mrs. Bitchie (lato Asna Coba Mowatt, whose
recent private theatricals in Borne aud Florence
have been produced with so much eclat), has
found time, since the publication of "Fairy Fin
gors," to prepare another charming novel, which !
Mr. Cableton will publish next week, under tho
title of "The Mute Singor."
The, samo publisher will issue next week "Tbe
Life of James Stephens," with a history of tho
origin and progress of Kenianism, authorized and '
revised by the great "Head Centre" himself, who
furnishes, among other curions material, a de
scription of his miraculous escape from the iron
bars of John Bull's strongest hold.
Beconstbuotion.?Among tho mauy topics we
are called3 on to discuss, none give ub greater
pleasure than thoBO relating to the improvement
of our city. The many ruins of charred brick'and
solitary chimneys are a constant eye-sore. We
frequently feet inclined to chide the tardy Phoenix
for rising so b1ow1> lrom tbe nahes. An effort is
made now and then,?here goes up a house, a store
there, and a shanty round the corner. There bas
been very little concert of .action, however. It
. may be that in this no one is to blame; the scarci
ty of money al ?ne being the cauee.
At the last quarterly meeting of the Chamber pf
Commerce, Georoe ?. Tbenholm, Esq., one of our
most public-spirited citizens, spoke of the impor
tance of this subject, and, if wo mistake not, ad
vocated a consultation with City Council/in refer
ence to it. We havo heard nothing "of it since.
The Palais B'yal block and gardens appear to
' "hang tire." Where t he hitch is exactly we do not
know. The "Burnt District" is. however, getting
gradually cleared, the walls are being taken down.
tho bricks cleaned and removed, and tbo rubbish
carted off. There will be a clean Held, thereforo,
upon which to operate, as soon as capital and en
terprise shall form u constructing partnership.
We hope tho summer months will notbe permitted
to pass hy unimprovod
How different has been the fortune of Richmond!
About nine hundred miiidingu were swept away
by tbe disastrous fire of the 8d of April, 1?C5. And
now wo are told ecirceiy a trace can be seen of
this vast waste, savo only that tho now part .of
the city far surpasses its lorruor self in taste,
beauty ami olegiu.eo. Why this great difference
in two-Southern eitit s?
But to provo lo our readers that wo are not al
together asleep, wu muni. 1.11 tliern of some of the
improvements now in progress in our immodittto
vioinity. II,ai,e i-tii oi it ?vide awako. The rav
ages of last summer's fin? are now being repaired.
Mr. O.O. Tkumbo, or veteran builder, has been
?n*iug ?W|ty ^UM rfbri? ot t,'? ihree stores, Nob.
89, 41 and 43, ami i* about to erect handsome
structures on their iit?i. Iho fir?t for that old
and enterprisinK firm, M/insrs. Hastie, Calhoun
?Co.; the other two, Hut property of Messrs.
Johnston, Cr*wb& Bbawlev. These building? Will
bo four Btom-B high, und uno hundred aud twon
I ty feet deep. Tho ground-floor will bo fourteen
foot high, which is two foot more tban tbe old
| building bad. Tbe higher coiling will bo a great
improvement to these now stores. Tboro is to bo
a uniform handsome iron front along all tbreo.
Mr. David Lopez iu engaged repairing No. 29
Haync-streot, tho proporty of Bf.nj. MoRoecai,
Esq. The storo was occupied by John AsununsT
& Co., boforo tho war.
In Meeting-streot also thu sound of the ham
mer and trowel sro hoard. Tbo buildings, imme
diately south of tbo Southern Bxprcus Company's
oflico (from No. 141 to No. 145, both inclusive).
This property bolonge to O. 8. Oamejion, Esq.
Messrs. h aiii.k & Elve aro the contractors who
have tho work in hand. Tliceo stores will all
measuro two hundred feot in depth, and havo a
handsomo iron front. .
As ai -other change in this part of tho citv, wo
must also mention tho romoval of Mr. A. 8. H?ll,
from the corner of Markot and Meeting Btreota, to
tho corner of Meeting and Hayue streets, undor
tho Charleston Hotol, whore Alderman Z. B.
Oakeb lately had his Insuranco office. Mr. Hull,
has been on this sqnaro for many years, and
claims to mako as good cuts now as he did thirty
Wo hope ere long to have it in our power to ex
tend our constructivo chronicle. Wo have fino
building lots, and want lota of fino buildings.
There has boon for many ra.<nths a burnt wall,
on Hayno-stroet, very dangerous to passers
by. Very little force ab inlra would precipitate it
into the street. It should be romovod forthwith.
Why do our authorities not compol attention to
such nuisances ? Or is it nobody's business. In
no othor country in tho world would suoh a stato
of things bo permitted 11 exist for a weok. The
proper Inspector should at once be dirooted to
make an examination of the premises and report.
If tlicro is no danger, our citizens. ourBolvcs
among tbo numbor, will be glad to havo such as
surance; and if tho wall is dangerous, why it
should bo taken down instanter.
Pbovost Court, May 31.?United Statea vs.
8arah Atkinson, colored.?Diuortferly conduct.
M. E. Eoan, P. M., sworn, said : List night about
12 o'clock, an altercation took place on East Bay,
betwoen defendant and a white man. She began
to make a noise and halloo, when I spoko to her
about it. She aaid it was nono of my buainoss, so
I ordered her to leave tho street, and sherefUBed.
I then took her to tho Guard JEIouso. Some white
citizens on tho opposite aide of the street said the
defondant waa a nuisanco in tho neighborhood.
Sentenced to three dave' hard labor, subject to
tbe orders of tho PoBt Commander.
United States vs. Dilsey Combs_Stealing_J.
Golden, P. M., sworn, says: Yesterday I arrest
ed the defendant for stealing clothes from Matilda
Welsh, on tho orders of Mrs. Wells. Found no
clothing on hor. Did not see her steal any.
Mrs. Wei,i.h sworn, said : Nino months ago, I
lost a pair of uleevo buttons, breastpin, and some
articles of clothing; don't know of my own knowl
edge that defendant took thorn. Defendant
found uot guilty and ordered to bo discharged.
[Why will persons bring such cases into Court,
when thero is not the shadow of a chanco for a
conviction, only gratuitous enmity is incurred by
a fruitless prosecution?]
United States vs. Dilsey Combs, colored.?
Fighting?J. Golden, P. M., sworn, stated that
yesterday at half-past 10 o'clock, A. M. I arrostod
the defendant; saw her strike Matilda, and I took
hor to the Guard Houbb. Matild a did not strike
defendant back. Found guilty, and sentenced to
ten days' hard labor, subject to the orders of the
United States vs. John Wilson and Wm. Boston,
colored?P. Conley, P. M., sworn, statod that
"last night about 12 o'clook, found defendants in
Arohdale-street fighting and quarrelling, and
mnkinc a great noise and disturbance. I arrest
R. E. Elliott, sworn, stated: "The defendants
wero arrested by orders, on account of fighting.
I am a Sergeant of Police. They were all engaged
in this riot, near Magazine-street. I saw the riot'
from my window in the Guard Houao. Saw a
number of colored soldiers endeavoring to roscue
a prisoner belore his incarceration. Ho had been
imprisoned beforo they arrived. It was virtually
a resistance of tho police; after following them
overtook them in Arcbdale-street, and there were
also some twenty-five or thirty colored soldiers of
tho 128th Regiment. I and my squad pursued
thorn. A numbor of shots wero fired, and we ar
rested them as parties in the row. Sentenced to
thirty days' bard labor.
United States vs. Bridget Dolan, white.-Assault
and Battery.- The defendant was a very hard-look
ing specimen of the gin-a'-wino Bridget. Her face
was full and rubicund as any prize-peony; looked,
moreover, as though she might be a veteran in
tbe sorvico of King Alcohol. Sho had an infant in
her arms. The aggrieved witness was an ancient,
hoary beaded lady of color* named Clara, who, on
having " kissed tho hook,'* spoke, as near ae we
could funnygraph it, after the following fashion :
"Las night dis 'ooman trowed brick at me; bit
me right hero. [Slips aside her turban and points
to the vicinity of the line whore tbe temporal
meet? the frontal bone.] I neber dan naffin to
Judge to prisoner. "What have you to Bay for
yourself?" l ?.
Bridget. "Piase yor Honor, PU tell yez the hon
esht truth. I'm a very good frind toMaum Clara,
an' wouldn't hart hor for the warld. But I had
dhrunk some beer, and Bhe was batin' twoo' my
childer at tho top of the sbtairs, an' I couldn't
Bbtau' that; an* I took a briok and threw it at
Clara (sotto voce). "Beer! Sho was beastly
Judge. "Be still; only one of you muat talk at a
Bridget. "Now, Maura Clara, you know I'm a
good frind o' yours, an' you oughtn't to have sint
Judge. "You must address tho Court, and not
hold a conversation with tbe witness.''
Clara. "Dis aint de funs time. Sho all do time
gets drunk, and den is fightin' and qnarrelin.'"
After a consultation, the Court decided to sen
tence the prisoner to pay a lino of $2. But for her
infant, we think abe would have had to go to jail.
United 8tatos vs. Mrs. John Mallorv, colored :
Riotous conduct. January Mitchell, sworn, said :
"On Monday evoning, about half-past 7 o'clock, in
the camp on the Green, at Sullivan's Island, de
fendant used bad language?Major Walker and
bis wifo were there?she used very indecent lan
Henry Walker, colored, sworn, says : "I was out
looking for my cow on tho groen on Sullivan's Isl
and, so ven mil ob from the city, before roll call.
On my way to my ?house. I met the defendant in
aide the guard lines. About thirty or forty men
belonging to tbe regiment were present;.and de
fendant waa abusing my wife. I am AmUi-major
of the 128th Regiment U. S. 0. T. I aaid to de
fendant, This is no placo for you to make a
muss about my wife. I will not put up with it.
She said my wife was a .. and a--. [The
blanks all filled by witneas with Words to be found
in any good dictionary.] I made for her, and she
struck me over tbe head with s stick twice, and
hurt me very much." Found guilty, and aen
teqeed to thirty (30) days at hard labor, subject
to tho order of tbo Post Commander.
Provost OotjbT,, June 1.?United States vs.
Philip Martineau' and John Francis, colored.?
Larceny.?Wellington Mitchell, sworn, stated that
last night, about 7 o'clook, at No, 11 Broad streut,
saw tho dofondant, Martineau, im dis storo with a
pair of shoes in bis hands. He end ho did not take
them. I saw him open tbo sbow-oase and tako
them out. The Court found John Francia not
guilty, and ordered him to bo discharged. Philip
Martineau was found guilty and ordered tobe
imprisoned five days at hard labor.
United Statea vs. Palmer, colored.?Stealing
Joseph Goldon, P. M., sworn, stated: William
Mitchell Called upon me to arrest defendant, as he
had stolau fowls from him. This waa at half-past
8 o'clock this morniug. I found dofoudant corner
of King and George-streets, with aomo six or
eight.fowls in his possession; took him with the
fowls to the guard house.
Wm. Mitchell, colored, sworn, Baid : "I live in
St. Philip-strost, No. 83. Heard a lumberingovor
tho fence at four o'clook this morning. Went to
my hen house, and tho fowls woro all gono. I had
eight of them. I went out aud met defendant
corner of Markot aud Muetiug street? with six
fowls in his .possession. I identified one ol them
as my own.: I knew it. I out it uudor the wiiig
and know it by tho breed. It has a chicken home,
which this hen olaimod as soon au it/got home."
Samuel Frost, private 128th regiment. U. 8. C ,
T., sworn, said, I was on tho cars; saw defendant
havo two coops of fowls. It was yeotorday about
3 P. M. Ho was coming down the country; loft
him on tho oars of the Northeastern Railroad.
Sam. Johnson, sworn, said: "Know dofondant.
He came down on the N. E. B. B. I came dowu
with him, and ho stayed with mo last night at
Johnny Houston's; wout to bed about 8 P.M., and
got up at about 8 this mornin . I awoko him; wo
slept togotber; did not chango any. Ho sold his
fowls?tho young ones to Alfred Johnson. Ho
brought thirty fowls with him, and I brought tho
samo number. I paid tho freight on all. JJefoud
ant found not cniltv.
United States vs. Wm. II. Leo and Maria Leo,
colored?righting in tho street.?C. W. Blockor,
police, sworn, said that about 11 o'cloek this
'morning defendant* wero quarrelling in Oalhoun
street, corner St. Philip. Ho caught her by the
head and tore her handkerchief off, and witness
gotthero in time to stop any further trouble; and
took them both to tho Guard House. Thoy wore
quito noisy. Defendant Wiu. H. Loo found guilty
and fined $5, or ten days* hard labor ou tho
streets. Tho dofondant Maria Lee to five days'
hard labor, subject to orders of Commander.
Anctlon Sales Tills Day.
Wll. Guiinky will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, in front
of Store Ko. 102 Ka; t Bay, twenty first-class moles.
Gabbtel DkWiit will Bell this day, at half-past 10
o'clock, at tho northwest corner of King and Spring
utrcctB, furniture, crockery, dry goods, &o.
Mr. Sami* B. Marsiiall has jUBt received at his Storo,
No. 310 King.street, a large supply of cotton sweeps,
lice hooks, turpontino tools, ko. Mr. Mabshaix. always
has on hand a large and select assortment of hardware,
and is agont for National revolvers and Deringers. Call
and examine his Btock.
Sf.oaiis and Touacco.?Our old fiiond J. B. Tooni
advert?aos cholee lia ana segara and boat brands of
chewing tobacos. Mr. Tooni keeps tho bost of every
thing and overyth'ng of tho vory bust. Wo admit that
we Uke to puff such segars, and that when we chew we
chooao good tobacco, such as can bo found at No. 121
Impohtant New Invention.?Wo can conscientious
ly recommend to thoao sufferlug from weak or defoctlve
sight, ProC Bern 'ardt'm singlo and doublo vision
AuRtrail.in Crybtal Spectacles. They afford almost In
stantaneous roliof, and are withal, the greatest aids to
the eyas that wo havo over beard of. In fact, wo havo
no doubt that the Australian Crystal Spectacles are tbe
beat glasses in uso, and all that tholr proprietor claimi
for thorn. Prof. Bernhardt eau bo found at the private
parlor of tho Mills Ilouse, from 9 A. M. to G P. M.
head blB column of cortlflcatus in tho News to-day.
Da. Bravatas?', of No. 602 Broadway, Now York,
well known to tho Homoeopathic medical practice, has
transferred his interest to a company of which he is a
member, and is now ready to furnish all the varieties of
Specifics tho profession and people may need. No house
in this drpurtiueut of medicino has larger facilities or a
better reputation, than that of which Dn H. is now at
tho head.?Newark Advertiser, March 29, 1805. C
A Hint to Both 8exeb.? How to Gain and Retain
Affection.?It has frequently been suggested that
Plantation Brnxns are, in another loim, tho "Elixir
of Love" of the Ancients. That they do much to quiet
"family j?rs," and rccoucllo fretful wives to cross hus
bands, we verily believe. When domestic quiet is re
stored end connubial felicity reigns supreme,
" no xr great the charm, how Bwoet tho bliss
Thai linda expression in a kiss."
A free and proper use of Plantation Bittkbs will in
spire tho souls of both sexes with pure and high-toned
sentiments of affection, and a capacity for rare exquisite
enjoyment in each other's society. Remember there 1b
no place like homo, and no passion like love?and noth
ing to link tbe two together and you to both like the
great Family Blessing, Plantation Bitters. tutlinS
No. 238 King-street,
OFFER LOW FOR CASH:
CHLORIDE OF LIME
American Deodorizer and Disinfectant
Persian Insect Powder
Muriatic Acid, &c, &c.
Jane 2 3
LUMBEEM E IST
PARTIES ENGAGED IN CUTTING TIMBER, OR
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OR SHING-LKS, will do well to call on the subscriber,
who having been for many years engaged in the manu
facture and, shipment of Lumber and Timber, Is well
posted as to the wants and prices of different markets
andean always furiish tbe latest market reports from
Europe, South America, West Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Cltirs, and will furnish specifications
snlted to different markets, and attend to tbe charter
ing of vessels, or glvd any information or assistance
that may be desire J. JOd. H. RI8LEY,
No. 110 Etat Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
JU8T RECEIVED, A LARGE LOT OF A LONG
CLOTH, good quality, at 25 cents per yard. Best
quality ot PHlNTri, from 10 to 20 conts. Good quality
of MUSLIN, 25 cents; and many other goods In tbe
Wo solicit a coll from the ladies before purchasing
EP8TIN k ZEMAN8KY,
No. 268 King, corner Wontworth-street,
June 1 3 Under M.b?d?? Hall.
EEOEIVED PER REOENT ARRIVALS AND IN
RICE HOOKS. TURPENTINE TOOLS, BRASS AND
IRON WIRE CLOTH.Bolting Cloth, Builder?' Hardware,
Circular Saws, Mill Files, Coffin Furniture, Housekeep
ing Articles, Powder, Shot, Gun and Musket Caps;
Flints; fishing Tackle, such as Roels, Rods, Bobs, Seino
a- d Not Twiue. Silk, Hair, Grass and Cotton Lines, Fish
Hooks, adapted to Fresh and Salt Water Fishing. Agent
for National Revolvers and Deringers.
SAML. R. MARSIIALL, No. 310 King-street.
Jane I 2 Throe door* below Society.
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Presses, Printing Presses; makes and re
pslrs Hoisting Macbiues for Stores ; makos all kinds of
Wroughtond dtocl Ploughs, with or without stocks. AIbo,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wrlgut Work In general. AROH'D MoLElSH,
May 2 tuthnflinos No, 4 Cumberland street
MICTION SALES. .
i: NU ICK DECREE IN KQ.VITY.
Held vs. Reid.
Will bo sold under tbo direction of t'.o un-l?rslgnod. at
tbe old Custom llouse In this city, on THURSDAY,
tbe 7th day or June 1BU0, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
All that LOT-OF LAND, situato on tho wont nido of
King-street, between guoin and Droad strcsts, measur
ing in front on Klug-strcot sixtoeu (IG) foot nix Inchon,
and in depth 11)0 foot. Mounding to the oaat ou King
street : to tbo norlh on land of Edwin L. Korrison ; to the
a?*t on laud of tbo catato of Clement?; und lo tbo
south ou land of Ann Puprco.
As tbe street la to ha widened, and this Lot being
convenient to thocontemplated Uraud Square, will niako
it very dcBlrablo for a atoro.
'lVrniH?Otic-third cash; tho balance in ono and two
years, secured by tho bond of tbe pureba-or, and mort
gage of tbo premises, with Interest from the day of sal'',
payablo scml-annually. PurchaKar to bavo the prlvileuu
of paying tho wholo in cash. Purchaser to pay taxos
and for papers. JAMES I UPPER,
May 26 Htutlif. Hanter in l-ejiHy.
UNUEIl DEIRKE IN EQUITY.
Seedurf vs. Adm'r. Schroder.
Will be sold, under the direction of tho undersigned,
in front of tho Old Custom Iloneo, on TUESDAY, tbo
12th of June I860, at 11 o'clock.
All that LOT Of LAND, with tbo BUILDINGS there
on, situate at tbo northeast corner uf Quoen and State
streets. In this city; measuring in front on Quoen-streot
twonty-ono (21) ftet, moro or K>bs; on Htatc-strcotolghty
six (80) feet, moro or loes, and on tho north or back line
twenty-sovon (27) feet ton (10) inches, moro or loss.
Bounding to tbo south on Queen-street, to tbe north on
tbe Lot of Land hereinafter described, to tbo west on
Stato-street, and to tbe east on Land of N. A. Hoyo.
All tbat other LOT OF LAND, with tbe BUILDING8
thereon, situate, on tbo ea-t sido of State-street; measur
ing in front on Htute-street thirty-six (?6) feet, more or
less, and in depth twenty-nino (29) loot seven (7) incbeB,
more or less, butting to tbo west on State-stroet, to tbo
east on Land of N. A. Koye, to tho north on Land of tbo
Estates of Fleming and lions, and to tho south on the
Lot of Land above described. All which dimensions
and measurements aro covcrod by the Buildings, and
contained within tbe walls and fonces now on tbe said
hoto of Lands.
Terina?One-third cash; balance in three equal suo
crssive annual instalments, wltb interest from dato,
payablo annually, secured by bonds of tbo purchasers
and mortgage,? of tbe premisos; tho buildings to bo in
sured and tbe policies asRigned. Tbe purchasers having
tbe privilege to pay tbo wholo of tho purchase money iu
cash. Purchasers to pay for papers.
May 29 tutln-7 Master in Equity.
VNDEH DECREE IN KQ,UITY.
"Burke vs. Ibomer, Ex'r."
W1<1 bo Fold under the direction of ibo undersigned, at
tho old Custom House, on TDEBDAY, tbe 19th of
June, if 00, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
All that FAHM, or parcel of Land, with tho improve
ments thereon, tituate on tbe west side of Kins-street
Road, noar to tbe forks of It, and tho Meeting-street
hoad, in this citv, measuring five (6) acres, four (4)
poles and nine (9) perches, moro or loss, and having
suob shape, form, buttings ai.d boundings as aro repre
sented on a plat thereof, annexed toa deed of convey
ance from Patrick Duncan to H. F. Withers, recorded in
tbe office of the Register of MeBno Conveyances for
Terms?Ono-fourtb cash ; the balance in four equal,
successive, annual instalments, with lntorest payablo
annually, secured by bond of tbe purchaser and mort
tago of tbo premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
May 31 thstut) Master in Equity.
UNDKIl DECREE IS KQ.UITY.
Verdier, La Borde et al.
Will bo sold under tbe direction of the undersigned, at
tbe old Ouotom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, the
19th day of June, 1866, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
AU tbat LOT OF LAND, wltb tbo Buildings thereon,
situate on the east side oft-t. Philip-street, known by
tho number 62: measuring So feot 6 inches front, on
said street, by 100 feet in depth. Bounding to tho west
on St. Philip-street; to the north on land of Toomer; to
tbe esBt on ; and to tbe south on land of J. P.
Terme?One-third cash ; tho balance in two equal an
nual instalments, secured by bond of tbe purchaser and
mortgago ol tho premises, with interest from the day
of sale. Tbe buildings to bo insured and policy assign
ed. Purchaser to pay for papers,
May ? tnthslO_Master in Equity.
VNDKR DECHEE IN EQUITY.
Ex parte Addison.
Will be sold under tbo direction of the undersigned, at
the old Custom House, in this oity, on TUESDAY, tbo
19th day ot June.* 1866, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
All tbat LOT OF LAND, with tbo buildings and im
provements xbereon, situate on the north aide of Weem's
Court, Ward No. 1, measuring and containing feet
front, by about feet in depth. Butting an3 bound
ing to tbe north on land of ; to tbe south on
Weem's Court; to tbe east on land of ; and to
tbe ? est on laud of
Terms?One-tblrd cash; tbo balance in three equal
annual instalments, secured by bond of tbe purchaser
and mortgage of tbe premises, with Interest from tbe
day of sale, pa}able annually. The buildings to bo in
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers,
May 29 tnthslO Marrer i n li-miry
Q C\ f\ OASES GOOD TABLE OLABET, FOR SALE
0\J\J VERY LOW, BY
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
CORNER EAST BAY AND OUMBERLAND-BTS.
May 31 3
BREWE?OTFH1E PALE ALES &P0RTER
WEST I8T-HST BET*-N 7 &8AVE? NEW YORK.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY OF THE
above celebrated ALEt acknowledged to be
th-i best in the market, are now prepared to supply the
TRADE of this oity and vicinity ?.
Warranted to stand tbe climate. ,
For sale In barrels and half barrels.
MACKEY & BAKER,
AT THJ3IK SALES ROOM,
No. 6? Market-street,
ABE TOST RECEIVING FROM BOSTON AND NEW
YORK, per sobrs. "Dan Smith, "Union" and "N.
W. Smith," a large quantity of. FURNITURE, consist
ing In part of Double and Singlo Bedsteads, Double and
Single Waabstsods, Dining and Saloon Tables, Cane and
Wood Seat Rockers, Cane and Wood Seat Office Chair?,
? c., Ac.
N. II.?Wo manufacturo Moat Safes, Desks, Mattres
ses, Ac, all of wblcb we sell at very small profits. We
havo on band a large stock of Cane and Wood Chairs,
whleb we sell at the same rates. 8_May 31
No. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all klfids : '
SAW AND ROLLEB GINS, horse power, and GRIST
MILLS, always on ham".
Agents lor AH0HAMRAULT8 STEAM, ENGINS, and
ItfvtEBBOLL'?fAll&.A-eon'Ofc i :-*b&' " !?
Furniture, Crockery, Dry Hoods, &c, &o.
IIY UA1IKIIGI, lie WITT.
At Htoro, Northwest cornor of King and Spring streets,
at half-past 10 o'clock, A. M., Tilia DAY, tho 2d lust.,
will bo sold, without reserve,
A LOT OF FURNITURE,
1 PIANO, 1 Oradlo, Tables, Chairs. 1 Bcdstosil
1 Bookcase, 1 Wnrdrobo, 1 Cupboard, 1 Looking Glaus
1 Clock. 2 Spittoons, 11 Demijohns, Water Coolers
1 .Tarn, Dog IrouB, Brass KettleB.
A LOT OF COTS AND MATTRESSES,
A lot of STRIPED OSNABURGS, Striped Homespun
Ttvcode, and 85 Flax and Cottob Bags.
A lot of PITOHEU^AND BASINS. Chambers
Milk Pitchers, Pistes and Toa Pots
1 Excellont Csrt, good an new, 1 Cart Saddle, Bridles
Bailors, Collars, 1 Slx-barrellod Revolvr
1 domijohn of bborry Wino, 17 dozou Ulackiug, and Sun
dries. Juno 2
Auction Sale of Mules.
BY "WM. GURNItV, Auctioneer.
Will bo sold at Pabilo Auction, THIS DAY. at 11 A. M.,
in front of (Store No. 102 Hast Bay,
Twonty first-class MULLS.
Desirable Duildinq Lot West Side Friend-street.
BY WILBUR Ai SON.
TUESDAY, 6th lust, at the north of the Old Cu 'oin
HouBe, at 11 o'clock, will be sold, without any in .nor
of reservo, to tho highest bidder,
All that LOT OP* LaND. sit nato on tho wests. < of
Frlend-fltreot, midway between Broad andTradd-Ht- tu.
Lot measures 39 foot 3 inches, by 1C0 feet in d ith;
Bounded north by land of llolloway, south hi ist
Trust Estato Horlbeok, wost by-, oast by Fr ud
Btrect. 'ahis street, about being widened ou tb east
side, makoB this Lot valuable for building or in /eet
ment. Purchaser to pay ub for papors.
Coaditlona cash. June 1
Finely Situated Residence.
BY WILBUIt ?V HON.
TUESDAY, the 0th lust., at tho north of the old Custom
House, at 11 o'clock, will bo sold,
AU that LOT Of LAND, with tho two and a
half story dwelling thereon, with double
plasztB, fiituato on ihn south Bide of Calthoan
_l street, and known by tho No. 05; measuring in
front, on Calhoun-streot 35 feet, by 105 feet in depth;
more or.leea. Tho Honso contains nix 6qnaro rooms,
and two attics well finished; gas throughout On tho
promises are kitchon, carrlaxo houso, H'ablc.s, and all
requlBlto outbuildings, lino largo cistern, and well of
good water, Aie.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
Il Y IV I I. HU Rat SOU.
TUESDAY NEXT, Cth June, at 11 o'clock, north of the
Old OURtom House, will bo Hold,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, WITH THE
FINE RESIDENCE thereon, sitaato one door
northeast of tho corner Iuupcction und Marsh
Btreots, meaiiir ng 43 feet C inches on Irnpeo
tlou-Btrucr, by 120 loot in depth.
Conditions?Half cash; balance in one and two years,
to be secured- by bond und mortgage of the promises.
Building to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay us for papers. , May 29
Splendid Corner Stand and Dwelling.
BY WILBUR Ai ?ON.
TUESDAY next, Stb Juno, north of tho old Custom
Honso, at II o'clock, will bo sold,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the de
Blrablo two and a half story DWELLING and
STORE thereon, being a fine business stand,
, situate on the northeast cornor of Marsh and
Inspoction-streets. The bouse is weU finished, has a
spacious atoro neatly dtted up, and on the prnmises is a
fine large cistern aud necessary outbuildings. Lot
fronts on Inspection-stroot 35 feet 0 luchos, by 120 feet
Conditions?Half cash ; balance in ono and two years,
to be secured by bond and mortgago of the premises;
buildings to be kept insured and policy assigned. Pur
chaser to pay ob for papors. May 29
?8 ATE SALS?.
By order of the Ordinary, will bo sold, at auction,
WEDNESDAY, 6th lnst, at tho late resldenco of J. B.
REAME, deceased, near Ladson's Road,
The HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS,
HOGS, WAGONS, CART8, CARRIAGES, BUG
GIBS, BLAOK8MITH and PLANTATION
TOOLS, And various other articles, of the
Estate of said J. B. Rhamo. Terms ? sums under
$100, cash; largo sums, on credit of twelve months, se
cured by note and approved sureties, with interest from
dato. ELEANOR M. lilt AME.
May 19 s3 tnl
STATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA-OKANOR
Pursuant to an order of Chancellor J. P. Carroll, V
offer at Private Sale, a PLANTATION, bolonging to the
estate of tho lato James Pope, 8r., containing seven
hundred and ten (710. acres, situated on May River,
about one mile from Bluffton, in St. Luke'a Parish,
named "Buck Island;" bounded on the north by lands
of Dr. Jno. W. Kirk; east by lands of R. H. Kirk
and the estate of W. P. Guerrard ; south by May River,
and west by lands of N. P. Crowell and James P. Guer
For terms, apply to me, at Orangeburg, 8. O.
V. D. V. JAMISON, Com'r.
Commissioner's Office, Orangeburg O. H., April 28th,
May 2 wslmo
GEO. W, WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH:
t f\f~\i~\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
X \J KJ \J 3000 barrels Sugar?A, B and 0
200 bags Rio and Java Ooffoo
1000 kegs Nails, assorted
600 colls Manilla and Hemp Ropo
100 bales Gunny and Dundee Bagging
100 barrels Molasses and syrup
300 boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candles
200 kegs Powder?whole, half and quarter kegs
600 bags Shot and Lead
600 bbls. Flour?Fine, Super and Extra
200 dozen Buckets, Brooms and Tubs
Copperas, Bluestoue, Madder
Indigo, Spices, Starch, Yeast Powder
Soda, Pickles, Sardines, Teas, Mackeral.etc, oto.
May 10_ tbstalmo
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE THE SOLE AGENTS IN
this city for the celobrated improved and thorough
stretched BELTING of A. M. 0 Smith's Manufactory,
New York, and are prepared to receive orders for any
quantity and alees, from 1 iboh to 40, and furnish samo
at short notice. 1 hese Beltings are mode .of the best
oak tanned leather, and warranted In every respect.
SampleB can be seen at our establishment.
FIRE ENGINE, SUCTION & STEAMBOAT
OF SAME MAKE FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
TOP, NO TOP BUGGIES AND LIGHT ROCUT
ALWAYS ON HAND.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. NEATLY AND PROMPTLY
NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
S. W. Comer Afcctinf? and Wcntwortu Sts.
May 26 '_? smwths 6 '
TUB BAJCNWKLL SENTINEL,
THE PUBLICATION OV TniS PAPPJt, WHICH OF
FICE was destroyed in February last by the Federa
tray, has been resumed. It is the only paper pnbllshsd
in that large and populous District, and to merchants and
business men posnesaes advantages seldom met with.
Terms for advertising, $1 per square of twelve Une?, ox
teas, tor each Insertion. Subscription to paper t ft nor
uuinm. Address SHUCK k PERRY
M*poh ? Propriotors.