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FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1866.
- AUttEsT CIRCULATION IB THE STATE.
GEST CIRCULATION EN THE CITYf
?W THE LIST Oin LKTTKRB re
Lfkirxina in the JPostofflloe at the enel
of eaoh weelc is p*ai?lisrj.etl offlLoiully
in THE DAILY NEWS every JrTri
?9- BEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -??
"THE LONELT GUAYE "~We tako pleasure in calUng
tho attention of our nadara to a vory protty poota by
Mrs. 0. A. BALL, pnbllihod on our socond pago this
morning. Many a fond 8outhorn heart will respond to
tho pathos of those touohing linos .
DEPABTTJBE OF TBOOPS.-Twonty-two ofllcora anti two
hundred and forty-six mon of tho 35th Ohio Regiment
Bailed yesterday on board the steamer flambeau, for
Kew York. MessrB. WII.LIB A CIIIROLM, tho agenta of
the atoamer, showed even more than their usual energy
and dispatoh on this occasion. They wero not awaro of
the Intended departure of tho troops until 11 o'clock
yesterday, and the vessel sailed at 12 M., carrying, be
sides tho soldiers, a full freight and pasaongcr list.
UNEXPECTED BATH.-It han of lato been the habit of
Mlu boys, frcqoonttog the Artesian Wall, to stop the
pipe with their hands and force tho water baok in to tho
tank. This is a great strain on tho pipe, aud cansos it
to leak, and has been complained of as a nuisance. The
man in charge of the well fuels that his houor is implica
ted, and is at prosent making groat elT? irt? to put a stop
to this practico. Yesterday a little fellow was amu, log
himself lu the usual way, not dreaming of danger, when
the watchman, slipping up behind tbe unsuspecting
urchin, tripped up his hcols aud soused him headfore
most into tho trough. The water, irsed from restraint,
rushed out with red ublnd fury upon tho victimized
- youngster, giving him such a washing as, to judge by
appearances, ho had not enjoyed for sometime. Tho
- watohmaa intends to eerve all hoys caught at the samo
'? triok in a Uko mau nor. and he hopos that aftor a few oi
the mischievous chaps have recotved good duckings,
the rest will take warning and cease their evil practices.
WAU CHESS.-Wo spent no loss than a couple of hours
yesterday la the minutest study and examination of the
new game under tho above title, invented during the
war by Col. CHABI.ES RICHARDSON. Wo examined It
with the assistance of one of tho boBt players of chess
proper in this city, and both of us carno to the conclu
sion that war chess Is a highly ingenious, scientific and
Interesting game. The board or battle field Is divided
into almost twice as many squares as a chess board; the
pieces reprosent two a&mloa, tho attacking or Invading
and the defending. Each army is composed of (picceB
representing) four roglments of light infantry, live of
Infantry of the line, two of cavalrv, and two batteries oi
artillery. Tho invading army is furnished with a sup
ply wagon, and the dotendlng army guards a citadel.
The capture of the citadel or the wagon decides the
We have no hesitation is stating that the gsme is in
the highest degr?s soinntifio and luteresting. and will be
a particularly agreeable pastimo to chess players. We
would suggest to the author and publisher the advisa
bility-in faot, necessity-of publishing with the boot
of explanation a few supplementary pages, containing
?ome games that have been actually played, as this will
furnish to the student a moro satisfactory exolanatioE
of the game than all tho rules and examples given in the
book as it now stands. War Chess can be procured al
Eiram Harris', No. 59 Broad street. See advertisement
KARON'S FoUNunr.-We took a survey, yesterday, oi
the vory extensive and weU-known establishment of
Messrs. EAJSON -h BROTHEB, Columbus-street; and wo
were dellghted, tyro though wo aro, with the complete
ness of the arrangements, the beauty of the machinery
In operation, and tho excellence of the work "turned
In the Boiler Shops, every description of bailors arc
being constructed, with facilities to construct from the
largest marine to the smallest portable.
In the Casting Department, every kind of work is bo
lng done: engine and mill castings, together with rail
road car work, sash weights, caps for fronts of build
And now we enter the largo Machino Shops, under thi
foremauabip of Mr. Lambie, a gentleman of large expe
rlenco and ability. Hei e we find tools of all kinds em
ployed-each one doing their separate work of planing
drilling, turning, and bringing into shape machines o
every kind. This shop has tho largest lathe in th
South. It was imported direct from Scotland. Thi
lathe baa now embraced in Its chuck avery large drlvlni
puily wheel, fourteen feet diameter, eighteen inche
width of faoi", revolving slowly while undergoing th
process of turning the perlpoory. This wheel li Intend
ed for the Kahala Mills.
The machinists were busy on engines, saw and ric
mills, also repairing disabled mills, lately brought froi
the ?orth. _' . ,
In the Pattern and Carpentering Department model
of all kinds are being made, together with oarrlagos fe
clronltr saw mills, "horse powers" and gin wheels, & <
In the Erecting Department we saw some beautlfull
and substantially made circular saw mills all done, thi
are guaranteed to have no superior, and are a far betU
article than any of the mule now being brought her
Xhey are driven by 40-horse engines, which are of fir
finish and very strong.
Those works wero established some thirty years %i
by tar. Dotterer, and subsequently oame into the po
session of Messrs. James M. ft Thos. D. Eason,-gai
tiemen well known for their public spirit, enterprise sr
great mechanical experience. Their Buperintenden
Mr. Thomas Dotterer. has considerable experience I
managing, and Is well known to us for his ablUty ai
energy. We have not forgotten bis indefatigable exe
tions and skill in the management of the dredging ope
suons of Beach Channel in 1859.
We are told by these gentlemen that they are propari
to fill all orders for engine?, circular saw miUs, and m
ohlnery in general, at the same price that they can 1
obtained from the North.
GENERALS FOLLEBTOM AND STEEDMAM IN AUGUSTA.
On Sunday afternoon last Generala FULLERTON OI
BTBEOXAN accompanied by General TILLSON, Comm I
Bioner for Georgia, met a large assembly of freedm?
In "Springfield Church,'* Augusta. Several promtne
citir.eno wero present. The atmosph?re of the too
was warm and heavy, says the Conttitutionalitt, with t
odor of LTJBXM'S extract?. Tre sense of the crowd w
taken aa to who should represent the colored folks
Augusta-the former sUves-for the opinions of su
only-field hands-wero asked for by the Commisslc
Five were elected-William White, Bar. Samuel Dr<
ton, Charles Frazer, Moses Gardner, and Bobort Kei
They eaoh made a speech. In the language of the C<
ttitutionalitt, "The cabinet maker (white? varnished 1
Bureau, the minister blessed the Bureau, the bar!
(Charles Frazer) lathered the Bureau, Moses speaks
Ina peoole, and the last named pretended to be a trat
1er and gave his experience. These fire repr?sentai
men were evidently chosen by the negroes for th
known talents In the elocutionary Une; for not one
the five htd ever been a field hand; and, as we have
ready remarked. General STEEDMAN distinctly ?aid ti
he wanted the views of that class fully ?et forth." *J
"traveller" said, ?TheBureanlaoneof thegreatestbli
logs conferred on the negro; it Is hi? bands, his f<
his doctor, hlslawyer, his all."
General TILLSON took this opportunity to explain*
he bid opposed the purposes of tho colored peo
some Ums ago, when they wore going to the Cemet
to decorate the gravel of the Federal soldiers; that
had done ?o upon the advice of the Mayor, who had
formed him that In case the design was carried 1
effeot, r. serious breach of the peace might bo api
handed. Gen TILLSON farther said that :
"For his action he had boen abused at tho No-th
his former friends. Bis re m > val had been olamo
for. Toe President of the United States approved
his conduct, so did Gen. Howard. He wished all th
present.who appproved of bl* coursoto signify ii
raising the right hand."
S Quite a ?bow of hands were mado by a wv abor pi
li. A call wa s then made lora similar demonstra!
1 the patt of those opposed to General Tillson's act
toO on the occasion under consideration. Full at mi
banu* were raised, BJ mo quosUuu *?u iAuavc-uoa
PnovosT CO?HT, June 7.-United Statos st, Henry
Taylor and Anthony Mill?, colored_Fighting in the
streets.-Policeman CBAMPTON, sworn, ?ays that on
yesterday morning, botween 7 and 8 o'clock, ho found
defendant?? fighting In Mooting stroct. The larger one
bad a stick which he broko over tho head of tho small
er ono. Thoro was a groat crowd around, and they
wero makings great nolso and disturbance. Arrested
thom, and took thom to the Guard House, (liiky.
Sentenced to $6 each, or flvo days' hard labor.
United States vs. Daulol Dupol.- Suxpiclou of Larce
ny.-Policeman Ca<stdy, H worn, ssid that about 3? A.
M this morning, hotweon Callioun and Laurons stn ets,
in An -on strott, he saw defendant with u plcco of bacon,
about 14 pounds. Prison' r said moat had boon given to
him. Arrested him ami carried him to Guard House.
On the way met party of armed nogrous willi a window
shutter. Saw their pistols. Tlioy ran and said police
could not catch thom. Prl-onor carrle?l hi u to boneo
where ho rsl I ho obtained meat. iriso-ior went in first.
Went in after him und saw mau, but mau quickly dis
appeared. Hvt gull*y
United States vs. Scipio Stradwlck, colored.-Drunk
in nlreota.-Policeman Conway, sworn, said that ab ut 8
A. M. yesterday ho ?BB requested by cltlzeus to arrest
tho prisoner,who,tlioy ?aid,bad broken into a house with
only a little white girl lu it, and commenced hugging
and kissing her. Ihey put him out, and ho vomited on
aldo?*alk. Witness found him too drunk toholphlm
Bolf; carried bim to Guard Louse. Guilty. $IU fine,
or fifteen day B' hard labor.
MAIOH'S COUBT, TUORSDAY MonxiKa, Juno 7.-A t
precisely two minutes past 9 A. M. the Mayor took his
seat and proceeded to ornamont tho records with his
handwriting until the appearance of the first prisoner.
This was a respectable woman In black, accused of orcct
ing a wooden building contrary to tho fire law. Re
spectable woman in black was at. first tremulous, and
plead Ignorance, bolug fresh from tho mouniaius. Af
terwards getting excited, rnspcctublo woman in black
laid blam ? on woman who was black, but not respect
able. Beapectablo woman in black thought that woman
who was block, bolnir free, and having resided in tho
elly many years, should answer for herself. Mayor
promieosto look Into the matter. Exit respectable
woman in black talking.
Second case.-Hard featured adopted citizen on a Uko
TAird cas? -Tall follow with dirty faco and ferocious
moustache Drunk and ills rderly. Prisoner supposes
ho was but don't remember, Very short pollcomau tes*
tides that he remembers, and that prisoner was drunk
very. Clean looking old follow with ear rings, irom El
liott street, and rejoicing In the summer namo of June,
ii'Hilfluil that prisoner wau drunk in lils bonne, and in
slated ou going up Htairs. aud bolug prevented threat
cne I violence, whereupon Juno warning violently
..je ted tall fellow with dirty faoe and foroolovi? mous
tache. Fined $5, and retained to bo sorveil with a war
rant. Exit moustachu with diguity.
Fourth case.-RuBtlo individual with sandy hair,
known or rather unknown, as Smith. Found along
with another individual drunk in tho streets Other
individual mu wielling his photograph to apocar lu the
NEWS, deposited $5, which ho forfeited by iiou-appour
ance. Rustic individual with sandy hair doscribod him
self as a native of tho rural regions of EdgoflcUl, and on
nagod in the nomadic pursuit of baggage master. Rustic
individual with sandy hair was meek aud smiling.
Fined ?C. Mayor proseeded further to ?rname n t the
bookB and reported departed.
OiiA.KaF.nuno, 8. O-The Times of yesterday says:
"Tho cry of the Commissioner and tho Sheriff on the
first Monday of each month again makes tt a roal sale
day. On Monday, the 11th inst, although the murky
clouds, a week old, still hovered abovo In their wet gar
ments, a large number of citizens Lorn the country as
sembled to iuterchango views and transaot business.
From representatives of tho different parts of the dis
trict, we heard tho same doleful accounts of rainy and
cold weather, backward crops and rheumatic cotton.
Very few can count upon moro than a third crop of the
latter article, as universal resort has been had to re
planting, and In many Instances planters have plows d
up tho fields and planted corn."
Onora IN NKWDBUinv, 8. O.-We copy tho following
from the Herald of yesterday:
"Tmt WSATHEB aim Cnors-Aftor a abort season oi
drought in this immediate seotlon, the weather is again
propitious-warm and showery; vegetables will now
stretch out with new life. The crops pretty generally,
(excepting cotton, which is sorry In the extroine), arc
doing well, but wo fear that too muoh cotton, and not
enough corn, has boon planted. Farmers aro cutting
whoa; now, which promises abundar ce; it ia long since
such colds of wheat have beon seen. The storm ol
Saturday, though violent, lasted but a short time, doing
very little as heard from."
Auction Sales This Day.
MCKAY k OAMPDM.L will sell this day, at theil
stores, Hascl-streot, near the Post?nica, at 10 o'clock, :
spring wagon in corni iete ordor, 1 dray, and 1 horse;
Bourbon whiskey and claret wine, furnltare, crooke
MILKS. DRAKE will sell this day at his store, corno'
of King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, a larg'
assortment of boots, shoes, dry goods, ko.
LEE A "?. will sell this day, at the corner of East Baj
and the Exchange, at - o'olook, a lot of land, with .
two-and-a-half story wooden residence, on brick base
mont, situated In Wentworth-street, north side, tw
doors west of Coming-Btreet.
H?MPHREVS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS had their origi:
in a great public want-medicines for all the comino;
wants of enUghtenedlUe-curatives that father, mothei
nurse, or traveller could always have with them, an
always Toly upon-so simple, that mistake conld not b
made in the selection; so harmless, that all might ui
them with impunity; and so efficient, that all mfgl
roly upon them with safety. Such they have prove?
Thousands of families use them daily for all the al
ments and slokneas of life, and rarely are seriously sid
or have need to call a physician. Thousands, takln
some singlo specifio, have cured themselves of euron:
diseases, which have been the bane of their Bves, an
upon which they have spent hundreds in vain; an
among the million who use them, none ire found 1
question their purity or efficacy. Every family anon!
have a case. See advertisement.-New York Cit?ei
April let, 1865. 6
An experienced Norse and Female Physiclai
Presents to. the attention of Mothoro her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING''
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, i
softening the gums, reducing all Inflammations, ?
allay ALL PAIN and spaamodlo notion, and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to youraolv
Relief and Health to Tour iDfaiif
We have pnt np and sold this artlclo for over thh
years, and can say in confidence and truth of It what
hare never been able to say of ?*? other medfcini
NEVEB HAS IT FAILED IK A BlrfOLB INSTANCE '.
EFFECT A OTJBJB, when timely nsod. Never did I
know of an ?nstanos of dissatisfaction by any one w
used It On the contrary, all are delighted with ita oj
rations, and speak In terms of oommendatlon of
magical effects and medical virtuos. We speak in ti
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' ei]
rienoe, and PLEDGE ODBSELVEfl FOB THE FTJLFJ
MENT OF WHAT WS HEBB DEOLABB. In aim
every instance where the infant Is ?offering from pi
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twoi
minutes after the syrup is administered.
Full dirootloiiB for using will accompany tach bott
None genuine unless the foo timiU of ODBTIB k PI
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by aU druggists throughout the world.
Price only 85 Cent? per Until?,
For sale by
KING & GAS8IDEY.
FebmarvW Oma Oharlhatoi
ROYAL H A VA ?A LOTTKHVDF VVUA
CONDUOTKD BY TUB SPANISH GOVEBNME
$850,000 DI GOLD DBAWN KVEBY BEVHNTI
Prlirncashed and Information furnished.
The highest rates paid for Doubloons and aU kind
QcM ?ni* Bliv r. 1\? . Oh * CO.. Ba-tiii
sebmaxy u wuo uo- lr rv?u~?ut?^ new i?
SOIITIIBRN MX GOODS' HOUSE.
No. 268 KiU? st., cor. Wentworth st..
VNOEIl MASONIC HALL.
HAVING REDUCED TBE PRICES OF TBEIR EN
TIRE stock of liomin 25 por cont., would respect
fully invito the attention of tho public to their Stock,
Fall assortment of SILK SACQUES and BANQUES,
Shawls, Cloaks. Lace Points, Linen and Mohair Travel
ling Dusters and Sacques, Ac. A o , ?se, all of whloh
will bo offered at the abovo doductlon.
EPSTIN ?Se ZEMANSKY.
May 14_ mwf lino
A full assortment of choice CALICOES at ali prices
from Vi)', to 25cents, at
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. 268 KING, COR. WENTWORTH STREET,
May 14 mwf i mo Under Masonic Ball.
Full assortment of LON'OCCOTHS, Irish Linens oi
the best brands, Scotch, Russia, and Bird-Eye Diaper,
Table Damask, Doylies, Napkins, Brilliants, Towels,
Brown Linen, Musquito Nettings, Ac., Ac.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. 208 KING, COR. WENTWORTH STREET, '
May 14 mwf lmo Under Masonic Hall.'
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
Drab de Ete
Also, a large variety of Gent's Furnishing Goods, con
sisting of Neck Ties, Ve stings, Under Vesta and Draw
ers, Luios Shirts, Collars, and Cuffs, Ac, Ac, at
EPSTIN 86 ZEMANSKY,
NO. MB KING. OOB. WENTWORTH 8TBEET,
May 14 mwf lmo Under MaBonic Ball.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS, &o.
Full assortments of the above Goods, comprising
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves, of the best makers,
Sitk and Lisle Thread Gloves. Gauntlets, Ac. Ladioa'
Hose of all qualities; Gent's Half Hose, Children's Hose
and Half Hote, Ac, An., at
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. 268 KrNG, COB. WENTWORTH 87BEET,:
May 14 mwf lmo Under Maaonio Hall.
Dress Trimmings in great variety
ra icy Dress Buttons
Dressing and Fancy Combs
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY
NO. 288 KING, COB. WENTWORTH STREET,
May 14 ' mwf lmo_Under Masonic Hall.
SxxO J?o .
HAVING REMOVED THE STOCK OF OLOTHINC
SHOES, and HATS from No. '?Ti King sti-eet I
the rear of No. 268 King ?treat, under Masonic Hall, ti
entire Stock of SHOE-?, HATS, and CLOTHING will t
disposed of BELOW Ou ST, ss the subscribers wish I
cloto that branch of their business. Particular attei
tlon la called to dealers and country merchants.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY
??O. 268 KING, COR- WENTW?BTH STREET,
May jj_mwf lmo_Undor Masonlo Hall.
T H IE
Dry Goods' House
. nriHE 8UB30BIBER8 TAKE PLEASURE TO INFOB
the public that thoy have marked their Stock
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS TWKNT?-FIVE PI
OENT. BELOW THE PRESENT PRICKS. They* are <!
termlned to meet the market, regardless of cost, and
keep constantly on hand a fresh supply of
The publie would do-well to examino their sloe* I
fore purchasing elie where. j
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKTi
NO. 288 KING. COR. W?Nt,WORTfl 3TRBKT,
May it mwllnao Undor ilaaonl^ Hall
BAE AND HXTTJBES
A WELL SELEOTED AND COMPLETE AB80RT
J\. MENT of BAB FIXi'UHES, consisting of Glass
Waro, Crocker?, Pnn.-h Bowl, Cracker, Hogar mid Quean
IMHIU'B, BtrnluiTB, and evcrytliin? necessary for a flrHt
.l:i'-!' Bar or Restauraut, U offered for anio.
Ono DAB, Black Walnut Top.
i2 Bquare yards ENOLISU OIL CLOTH.
Tlio abovo arliclrs aro ab IIL'W. und havo not boen usod.
Apply at No. 269 RINO STREET. 2 June 8
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
No. 62 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
HAVE JTJ8T RECEIVED, DIBEOT FROM 8HEF
FIED, England, a largo assortment of RODGERS*
POCKET AND IVuRY HANDLED TABLE KNIVES,
which thoy offer at BEUUOEU PRICES; together will a
full assortmont of HARDWARE. Also, COTTON
SWEEPS, COTTON SUKAPEK8. STEEL COTTON
PLODOHS, COHN SnELLERS, HAY C?TTEH8, and
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OENEBALLV.
June 8 _. fmw3
STEEL COTTON PLOUGHS "
CURVER'S PATENT SAW GINS. AND ALL KINDS
J of Agricultural Implements. For salo by
' No. 62 East Bay, louth of tho Old Poutoffica
June 7 2 )
WATCH OIL !
JC8T RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, A VERY SUPE
BIOB ABTICLE OF WATOH OIL, at Artist Supply,
Paint and Oil Storo, No. ti Quoon-streot.
June 8 2* JOS. W. HAUBISSON A SON. '
6?O KEGS, ' ?
AT $6 - TO $6.50 PER KEB.
BUSSELL & BRO., j
NO. 277 KING 8TRFET.'
June C 3
^To. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL, t
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of aU kinda :
BAT? AND BOLLEU uiNS, hone power, and GBlST
MILLS, always on ban-.'.
Agent? lor A'lL'HAaJHATJIT'S STEAM KNGIN?. and
iM.tEl'?OLI'-- .?vrK..tOOPlVN -HI ?
" THEOPHILE, ROEDEREB & CO."
FINE CHAMPAGNE WINES!
THE SUBSCRIBE!^, AGENTS FOB, THE ABOVE
named CHOIOE WINES, offer,.from dlreot Irupor
5 oaaea (quarts) CARTE BLANCHE CHAMPAGNE
6 oasea (pints) Carts Blanche Champagne
6 cases (quarts) Carte Noiro Champagne
6 cases (pints) Carte Noiro Champagne
6 cases (quarts) Slllery Dley Freroa Champagne
5 casos (pints) Biliary Bley Freres Champagne '
i caaes (quarts) Bouzy Exquis Bley Freres Cham
i cases (pinta) Boney Exquis Bley Freres Cham
These WINE8 will be sold by the case, on favoiabh
terms, and we invite attention to their merits.
ftEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Agents
WAREHOUSE, OH?BOH BTBEST.
Juno 8 wfm6
LD JAMAICA, BY THE BARBEL, GALLON 01
caeca of OLABET, warranted fine, at $4 pat case.
ALSO, A nru, SUPPLY or
BRANDIES, WHI8K.IE8, GINS, ?INES.
ALBS, rOBTEIi, OOBDIALS, Ac.
P. C. KERRIGAN,
No. 80 Market-street
?Tune 5 ?5
BREWERS 0FF?NE PALE AL?S &P0RTER
WEST I8T-HS^BET"-N 7 ?c8AVE? NtVi YORK.
6B0. W. CLARK & CO
Comer East Bay and Cumberland streets
CHARLESTON, S. C1
HAVING TAKEN THE BOLE AGENCY OF TH
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to ti
th? belt in the market, are now preparod to supply ti
1RADB of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale in barr?la and half barrels.
GLORIOUS NKWB PUR THK WOULD.
The most lnteniely Interesting work ever publish?
0HEMI8TB? V10TOBIUU8 OVBR OHOLEBA.
By a New VorH Phyaiclan.
This book explilnB evory feature of tho disease on se
en?lflo prinoiplot, and wiB absorb the attention of thoi
sands of physicians, and mllhons of people, for, I
explaining the diteaso, it furnishes a preventive to over
person predlspowd, and tbo means of cure forthoi
having an attack,
The trade snpplled by tho American News Oompan;
No?, li? and ill Nassau-street, Now ?ork, Botall, t
oonta, wlm arno May?
B?rse. Wagon and Dray. J
BV McKAY di CAMPBttt.LV,
H?sel Street, Mest l'eistofllcr.
'HIS DAY, 8th lust, will be sohl at our S oro, at 1 0
1 8PRINO WAGON-in completo orelor 1
1 DRAY I
Conditions carh. Juno 8
i'o close consignment-Bourbon Whiskey and
i tai et Wine.
Mc? A Y <fc CAIHI'BKLL
Will Boll. THIS DAY. a* 10 o'clock,
- r?um OLD BOURBON WHISKEY
I casks Imported (Jinna Wluo.
10 rolls PATENT IlOOH.NG FEI/T.
Conditions cash. Juno 8
Furniture, Crockery, Baskets. /f
Mc KAY .V CAM I'll KLL,
Next i'ox t ?nit-, , tinsel street,
ip-vAft?!?/11 DAY <Frl<u*>. ?** w o'clock.
.,FR.E1VCU MAHOtiANV BfcDS?KAI). Uprigl.t PoS
BedHtearts, Bair Hcnt Settoes, Hound onico Table, Din
Ing Tables, Card Tal.Ws. Work Tablas, Uulioiiany Bu
rcaUB, Sotas, MahORaiiy Hair ?oat Cliaira P.i?or Machia
Chairs, Cane Beat Chairs, hpring M it reas, Feather Bod
Bair Pillows. Ulanket?, Cham'? r c<t? "ro-kcrv Qob
lots, Water Pitctiers, Toa Hot?.. Honp I'-r-nn '.owls
Chambers, Soda Water fount tin, U"u o Min. '
Five 8EWING MA0BINK3, dilToront lunkos.
Clothes. . Market, School, Work, Qf?co an '.'ance
BABKET8, Ac. Ac 1 ~ *
Contlitions cash. .1 ,nn g
Boots, Slioes, Dni (fools. <?c.
BY BULKS bllAICK.
TBIS MORNINO, at 10 o'clock will be sold it my 8tore,
corner Klug ?nil Liberty Htreets,
BOGASES AND CART? IONS BOOTS AND BHOF?.
OASES MEN'S CALF P. S. BOOTS
Casca Men's Calf P. S. Brog uis . r
eases Men's Calf Congress, Sewed audlPeggod
Cases Men'H Calf and Duff Balmorals ' I
Cases Ladles' LantlDg and Kid Congress
Cases Ladies* ?oat M W. Balmorals
Cases Ladies' Moroco It. II. Slippers .'?
Cartens Ladies'. Misses'and Children's Gaiters
Balmorals and Ankle Ties, ftc.
ALSO, ' J
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF DRY Q00D3, NOTIONS,
White and Colored Matting, Ac.
1 LARGE IRON POT. ANDIHONS, Ac. _
Drsirable Residence. .,
li. l,Ki; ?ilVO. ? /
Will bo sold at Vubllo Auction. THIS DAY, the 8th
lust., at corner Kast Bay and tho Kxcliango,
All that LOT OF LAND, witbtho t ?.-o and a half story
Wooden Reaidonce on brick basement, ?Unsted No. -
Wentworth-strcet, north sido, two d'iorswostof Com
ing-street, Lot measures in front 79 foot, by 120 foot
deep, more or less. Tlio residence cout&tns 15 ro&ius,
woll Unished, kitchen, servants' quarters, carrlago
house and stable, and a large elstern. The location^
as healthy as any other portion of the city. Condition?
That LOT OF LAND No 14 Cumberland-street, mea
suring 40 foot on Oantberlaud-atreet, 9310-12 reefton the
west line, 92 10-12 feoi on tho east line, 34 012 feet ou
the north line.
Conditions at salp. , Jong
Furniture, Uhr Fixtures,
BY SAM or* ?Sf AIM AU.
Will bo sold on MONDAY, Juno 11. 18RG, ALL THE
FURNITURE AND FIXTURE-I OF THE FRENCH
COFFEE BOUSfc, on k?st Bay, at lOo'clock,
MARBLE-TOP ind IRON-FRAMED TABLES, Mar?
ble-top and Walnut and Mahogany Fratnos, uno largo
gilt MirrorB, Walnut Desks, Steamboat Arm Chairs,
Cane Bottom Chairs and Stools. CoUntors, Alo I Pumps,
one pair excellent Copper add Plated Bar Bantu, with
grooved tumbler drawers set in shoet-lendod frames, a
variety of Decaiitora and Glassware, large Ice Boxes,
two Ranges, with Water Backs and Copper Boiler com
plete and attached, Copper Cooking Utensils, Castors
and Cruets, Punch Bowls, Grindstone, Gas and Bar
Fixtures, Folding Leaf and Round Tables, Umbrella and
Bat Stand, Bar Screens. Ano Havana Segara, Card Case
and Cards, very convenient for any Restaurant, Oroeke
ry andsomo Cutlery, very riah Scenery, got up at much
cost, easily adjusted to any pine ?. being on canvas ans
pended, Soup Tureens and Water Boiler. Heating and
Dish Covers. _ .
.. ? . Also, j Cy
CHOICE OLD CABINET WHISKEY, Sherry Wine,
Holland Oin, Baspberry Syrup, and a variety of other
articles. ? ' .
' Conditions cash, and all articles to boremovod on day
of sale. Juno 7
Under writer1 a Sale of Damaged Flannel at
BY U. A. PRINGLE, Market Street.
-On WEDNESDAY, JnnelS. at 10 o'oloch, will bo sold,
for account of Underwriters and all concerned, at my
Storoin Market-street, north side, 3d door oatt of
7 BALES OF FLANNEL, dam ?god on board the
bark-, OB the voyage from Liverpool to thla port.
FOB SALE, THAT DEMISABLE PROPORT?, SITU
ATED m the Town of Oranrioburg, and known as
the ORANGEBUBG FEMALE COLLEGE. The build
ing is largo, and suitable for a Hotel or Boarding School,
being capable of accommodating about two hundred
(200) persone. On the premises are gas works' for sup
plying the building with gas; and a fine orchard and
garden. Ths grounds are ampio and eligibly located,
elng near the railroad depot.
Terms?-One-tenth cash ; balance In ten equal an?
nnal Instalments, secured by mortgage of the?'.?prop
erty; the buildings to be kept insured and poUoy
assigned, or a credit on the whole amount of the pur
chase may be had by giving approved personal security
In addition to the mortgage, So., the purohaacr paying
only casu enough to defray expenses pf sale. For fur?
thor particulars, apply to
COHEN, HANCKEL ft CO.,
No. 46 East Bay, corner Boyce ft Oo.'s Wharf.
jstJ-Orangeburg Times Insert above one month and
send bill to Courier Office. fmwlmo May 25
NOIITUKASTICUN RAILROAD COMPANY.
SECRETARY AND TBEASUBBR'S OFFICE/
NOBTUSASTRBN KAILHOAD COMPANY,
OOABLSSTON, B. 0., June 7, 18S0.
If OTIC B.
ON AND AFTER THE 2d JULY NEXT THI8COM?
PANYwIU be prepared to issue CERTIFICATES
OF INDEBTEDNESS for the Interest on ita First and
Second Mortgage Bonds and Preferred Stick now un?
paid, and to maturo up to 31st December, 1886.
These Certificates are payable on the 1st of January,
1875, and bear interest at the rate of Seven per Oont.
per annum, payable ?omi-annually, on 1st January and
1st July, at the Company 's Omeo in Charleston! The
Company retains the privilege of paying these Certifl
caUs at any period after 1st January, 1B0B.
Jane 8 f8 Sec, and Treat N. IA B,
SOUTH CAROLINA IIAILUO/
GENERAL SDPEBINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. 0., Juno 1,1866. j
ON AND AFTER 8 /NDAY, 3D IN8T., THE PA88EN
GEBTBAIN3\/1U leave and arrivo as follow?,
via : , '
Leave Charleston at..'..7.30 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville at.3.00 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta at.6.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6 20 P, M.
Leave Augusta at.6.00 A. M.
. Leave Columbia at.630 A. M.
' Leave Kingvlllo at.8.60 A. M.
Art ive In Charleston at.4 00 P. M.
H. T. PEAKE,
May 2_6_General ?nporintopdont.
CEDAR GAM PHOR
CEDAR CAMPHOR FOR MOTHS. BY DOZEN OB
gross. WM. 8?HIEFFJ.LIN ft CO.,
Jane 7 thstu8 Now York.
MEEKER & PICKFORD,
Of the finest quality, all alzos; .
FRAMES, ALBUMS, STEREOSCOPES, ko.
No. 106 Nassau ?treat, New York. (
Catalogue?, with net pri?es, sent on application
jtjr specialAttoatlon j'.vo-i to ?liluj f? ftJftiT' '".