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?iie Daily ?STews.
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1860.
LIST OF LETTERS
Bemaining in the Poetofflce at Charleston, for the
week ending JUNE 7, 1868, and ordered to be print
ed in THE DAILY NEWS, agreeably to tho following seo
Uon of tho now Poatofflco Law, aa tho nowspapor having
the largeat circulation in the City of Charleston:
SECTION 6. And bo it further enacted, That Bata of lot
ters remaining uncaUed for In any Poetofflce in any city,
town or village, wbero a newspaper shall bo printed,
shall hereafter be published onco only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftonor, shaB have the
largest circulation within rango of deUvery of tho said
jgr Persons caUlng for Letters Advertised, should
?tato that they aro "Advertised."
mr Offl?^? hours from 8 A. M. tq 6 P. M. On Bun
days, from 0 o'clock to 10 o'clock, A. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting Postmaster.
Abbot, Mrs W
Ailinn, Carrie F
Adams, Caro ino
ABomong, Mary J
Allison, Lucy A
Allanioug, Mrs M
Austin, Mrs B
Bavy, Mr? C
Baban, Margret J
Bailor, Lydia D
B?guest, Mrs A
Beylot, Mr? E F
Deaden, Mrs L
Burton, Mlaa R
Black, Erna O
Bowors, Miau E
Bryan, Mr? A
Burohley, Miss J
Bush, Miss R A
Bub, Mrs A
Burke, Mrs W
Bnrko, Mrs W J
Brown, M?BB Este
Carpen tor, Mar
Carmand, Mra A
Canley, Mra Geo F
C harall, Sarah A
Cleary, Mrs D
develan d, Martha
Clogett, Mra W
Cerdos, Miss H
Colson, Hattle M
Oobbran. Miss L
Cochran, Miss I,
Coleman, Mrs M A
Cralgo, Mrs J W
Dalson, Mrs M
Desales, Miss D
Doig, Mrs John
Eldrod. Mrs O P
Finley, Mrs Dr
Flshman, Mrs M
Field, Mrs F K
Flynn, Mrs B
Folly. Miss E J
Gardner, Mrs A 0
Gadsden, M?as H
GadsdeDa^urs E B
Qobreb, Mary T
Gllbort, Mra S B
GUI, Mrs John P
Gibbes, Sarah Ann
Glover, Mrs Geo A
Oleo, Hitor O
Gordon, Lucy Ann
Gregorio, Sarah A
O rant, Rrsa
J roy, LouiBla
HoperoB, Mai toda
Hannahan, Mra J
Harten, Mrs H L
HUnon, Mrs W E
Hoffe, Mrs E M
Hohnes, Mary D
Ingham, Mrs B
Kane, Mrs July
Laclnson, Miss M
Lawton, Mrs W W
Laurance, Miss F
Loonard, Mies D
Locke, Mary O
Locke, Mrs S B
Luden, Mrs J
Luaare, MIBB D
Mular, Lone B
Maleroy, Mrs O B
Mader, Mlbs F
Martut, Mrs C
Miles, Mrs E
MltchoU, Laura E
Middleton. Mra A
Molen, Ann 0
Murray, Emily J
McKay, Emily W
Newton, Misa M
Oliver, Mra H A
Purso, Mrs T
Purse, EUzla A
Porcher, Anne S
Pelper, Mrs M
Penllus, Mlas S
Pickett, Miss M
Phinizer, Miss 0
Patrick, Mrs Dr J
Belo, Miss F T
Becher, Mra D
Bhett, Emma E
Boper, Julia Ann
Bodolf, PaUa Ann
BOBS, Mia? J
Boase, Martha E
Boper, J lilla
Bulfloll, Mrs M O
By burn. Mary A
Smith, Mis? M
Smith, Hunan E
Simmons, Anulo j
8watts, Miss P
Swinton, Al loo
Sewol, Miss H
Sadler, Mrs O A
Sandon, Mrs J H
Haultors, Mra P
Hilvo, Mra O H
| Toomey, Mrs
Thompson, Mrs M
Thayer, Sarah A
Vida!, Miss A
Vonharten, Mrs B
Walker, Miss O
Walker, Mra B J
Way, E EUie
Wagner, Misa F
Wagner, Mra Dr
Ward, Miss E
Wall, Mrs M J
? haley, Mra J S
Wittpen, Mrs F
WllUe, Miss D O
Wilbur, Mrs A
Woraloar, Misa L
Wright, Mrs G A
Alp ora, John A
AndUB, Jno D
Baly, Alonza 8
Banor, F L
Blanken, O H
Britton, Thoa O
Burrows, o V
Carrall, g p
Carsten, A O
Chapman, Sam! J
Ohspln. Frank W
S??rke, W E
?}*eson, J H
Creighton, T M
Dancers, A B
Desverney, J 0
Decblnson, J B
Dodge, J P
Brawdy. O B
Flashburg, W R
Faber, J L
Fish, W H
Flory, F E
Fox, O B
Fox, J J ,
Force, G H
Frazer, J W
Gardner, 0 P -
Gall woy, W
Garrott. 8 B
livers, M A
Gill, J P
Gould, J H
Goodman, R D
Gul mann, D J
Harrison, O W
Halted t. H
Hall, J B
Hammond, T M
Holl, James B
Heart, H H
Hoidt, F J
Heyer, J H
Hoyle, J B
Hloki, H H
Hows k Macoy
Holmes, J P
Hoffman, A J
Jackson, H B
Jacobs, J O
Jen kio B, J
Joyner, T W
Jones, H M
Johnson, G W
Kohnke, O F '
Kramer, B F
La Val, J
Leoeane, J P
Liles, B B
Lofton, H M
Mag wood, ? H
Matheson, J W
Maooy, O 0 *
Merrill, Jas E
Minott, Henry I
Molegon, Jno H
Mulligan, A B
Muller, H H
MoOurdy, H B i
McDoweU, J E
MoK lerer, Danl
MoLevad, B W
O'Brian, J B
Oakley. H G
? ippol, Geo
Owens, J D
Parry, Jas D
Pilgrim, J B
Pezant, A F
Phillipa, Chu W
Porter, W M
Frentie, Wm A
Qatemkn, Col H
Bauso, Henry J
Rauso; F E
Ransier, A J
Began, W B
Riggs, J N
Eivers, W B
Bobertuon, Geo H
Robinson, Jas R
bhUlook, A U
?Smith, Joseph H
Smith, Francis L
Spring, B ',
Sturgeon, Geo W
Steward, Rev T G
'Pilton k Miller
Thlbbdoro, Oapt J
To] and, Dr EJlhu
To why, Jno M
Twcodv. B D
Utsey, D D
Vanoo, A H
Yanhook, J T
Vaughan. J H
Varnor, W B
Watson, V A
Wairo, l. A
Wnkfor, Chas S
Ware, V A
Welch. B H
Woaooat, T M
Webb, Tbos J
Willy, D L
WiUIa, Jno O
Williams, Capt W
D9* Porsons depositing letters in tho PoetoQlco will
pleaso to place the stamp near tho upper right band cor.
nor of tho ouvolopo, and thoy will also pleaso to remem
ber that without tho stamp a lettor cannot bo mailed, but
must bo sont to the Dead Lettor Oillco.
TO TURPENTINE DISTILLERS.
rpHE UNDEBSIONED HAS ON HAND AUOUT TWO
J. thousand BABBEL SHOOE8, made of the bott
seaaonod white oak Btavos, holding from 42 to IB gal
lons each, which ho Is selling at $4 SO a piece, deltvorod
at the Ballroad dopot in this city. The barr?la war
ranted In every respect, and the spirits will soil as
readily as In any othor barrels.
June 7_4_JOBN K. BEVIN.
NEW OBOP OABDENAS MOLASSES, IN BBLS. AND
New York Sugar Houso Molasses, in bbls.
For sale by CHAH. H. MO?SE h CO.,
June 7 2_No. 16 Hayno stroot.
FLOUR AND SYRUP.
Os^aiO. BBLS. FLOUB, different grades.
OKJyJ a? bM* Syrup.
Just received by Quaker City, and for solo by
June 7_li_B AVEN EL St CO.
FOB SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT FAMILIES
OR OB00EBS, at lowoat market rates.
40 bbls. low priced FLOUR
THOS. H. A W. DEWEE?,
Juno 6 6 No. 83 East Bay.
TLEBOES CAROLINA BICE
100 bags East India Bice.
For sale low by
J. S. SCHIRMEB,
No. 193 East Bay.
FRE8H CAROLINA RIOE, IN LOTS TO SUIT PUR
CHASERS. FINCENEY BROTHERS,
June 4 mwf 3 North Commercial Wharf.
A Otf\s^\ BUSHELS WHITE PROVISION AND
-*OV/VJ YELLOW COEN. In sacks and bulk.
BOOBS filled at Storehouse.
For sale low, by JNO. S. BIRD, JB.. A CO.,
Corner Church and Tradd streets.
MIXED CORN ?AFLOAT.
e)r\tf\?\ BUSHELS SOUND WE8TEBN MIXED
?\J\J\J OOBN afloat, and for sale low, by
JNO. OAMP8BN A CO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposite State-street.
JUST ARRIVED BY STEAMER, FBOM NEW YORK,
nine FAT BEEVES, averaging 1600 pounds! each,
In primo condition. Can be seen by applying to
STYLES A OARTEB,
No. 19 Vaodarhorsfs Wharf.
OK sf\i\C\ PRIMB SOUTHEBN PLASTERING
0*J. \J \J\J LATHS, 4 and 4 feet 0 Inches long, at
$8.60 per thousand. Apply to
WHABTON A PETSOH'S
Car Works ead Planing Mills,
Corner Llne-atraet and Railroad,
SPIRITS TURPENTINE BAR
Q C\ f~\ OF BLBIOHT St PAULDINO'S OEL?BBAT
OxJvJ ED MAKE. F
Spirits Turpentine pat tip in these barrels brin? three
conto per gallon moro than the ordinary barrel.
For salo by
GEO. E PRITOHETT,
North Atlantic Wharf.
ASSORTMENT OF SEASONED NORTHERN TINE
L U M B E B now complete, of all dimensions.
Dressed and Cndrtssed.
OAK and ASH, ii and Jf; White Wood or Poplar;
Black Walnut, all thicknesses; Black Walnut prime
Counter Tops; Mahogany; Sash; Doors; Shingles; Yel
low Pino In all forma; all at tho lowest market prices.
J. N. WOOD, Agent,
June 6 4* Lloguard st. bot Church and State.
THE UNDEBSIONED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once more for the manufacture of
the best COTTON OIN8 evor made In this country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and well known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that the article wUl give entire satisfac
tion. . J. M. ELLIOTT A OO.,
May 14 Wlnnsboro, S. 0.
BUGER & HASELL.
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES ^
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILL8, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAPES, Ac
E. REMINGTON ft SONS?
MUSKETS AND CARBINES, FOB TOT UNITED
f6^?? Pistols, HW* Gauss. Revolving Rifles, Rifle
Sfli852t^tmikurr4a*' ?nd ?vmUttuts3m gsnaraUy.
oountrr D**-**" ?-->.? the Tit?e throughout yi?
J^JP?SiL?*!! ff -louae-breailn? end robber)* every
?r?!rYTTlI?\'?*fl AAn*.|K?_*-*..._a? m_. .. .' - _ _ ' ?.
m&S??S&SS? <?*. *.?.? a?-*oriptloa of our Arm?
lu be furnished upon appueatloo.
*? fi5S?aTON * S0118. 0-?n. ?. ?.
?..v.*,? _. MOOBH * NIOHOLS, Agents;
?Mft T ?mo No. 40 Oifurtlani^eVNT?.
FOU. LIVKKPOOL,- ISO BALKS
' OF COTTON WANTED -Tho fast saHlng
?American Bark HELEN 8ANDS. F. E. OUs
' Master, wanta tho abovo named quantity of
Upland Cotton, or It? equivalent lu Bca Island, and will
loavo with diBpatcfa.
For balauco of Freight cngagoraontB, apply to
STREET BROTH BBS k CO.,
May 20_No. 7? East Bay.
FOU. ?VF.W YORK_MKKVIIANTS'
LINE-The now first-class Schooner JONAS
i SMITH, Nichols. Master, will toko Freight at
.low rates, and loavo with quick dispatch. Ap
ply to WILLIAM BOAOH,
May 31 Corner Eist Bay and Adgor'a Wharf.
? STONE LINE-The uno Tern W. B. BEEBE,
'Crawford, Master, having nearly all her cargo
?engaged, will Ballina few days, For balance
of Freight or Passage, apply to tho Captain on board, at
Brown's Wharf, or to U. F. BAKEB k CO.,
Juno 7_No. 20 Oumbotland-street.
WAN'f??? TO CIIARTKR, VES
SELS to load for coastwlso and West India
VESSELS FOR WINDWARD ISLANDS, and rotnrn
carg?os. Highest ratos paid, and quick dispatch given,
JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
. TUE STEAMER
PILO T BO^"
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LliAVE ACCOMMODATION WHABF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at G o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received tho day beforo ??tiling.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FEBGD80N k HOLMES,
N. B.-Froight (prepaid) will bo taken for Conway
boro' and Charaw, to bo transferred at Georgetown to
ateamora Little Ada and R. B, Bell._Junes
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, s. c.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
THE VERY FAST
CAPTAIN THOS. R. PAYNE,
(Temporarily taking the placo of Steamer FANNIE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Saturday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, wUl
leave Savannah eu?rry Monday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ERGUSON k HOLMES,
STOPPING AT HILTON HEAD GOING
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
OAPT. L. M. OOXETTER,
WILL LEAVE ADGBR'S WHABF EVERY TUES
DAY MORNING, at 7. o'clook.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or at the of
fice on Brown's Wharf. _
L. M. OOXETTER, Agent, Charleston.
mr Agunta at Savannah, Mesara. L. J. GILLMABTTN
N. B.- Papera throughout the country advertising the
steamer "Dictator" wi?l please change her day of leaving
Charleston to Tuesday.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
OAPT. L. M. COXBTTER,
WILL LEAVE CHARLESTON EVERY TUESDAY
MORNING, at (7) o'clook; Savannah every 2"??
day Afternoon, at (?) o'clock, stopping at Fornandlna,
Jacksonville, Plcolata and ali the landings on the St.
John's River. I
WUl leave Palatka every Wednesday Evening, at (8)
o'olock; Jacksonville every Thursday Morning, at (3)
o'clock, and Savannah every Friday Morning, at (9)
o'olock, arriving at Charleston same afternoon.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, at Adger's
Wharf. L. M. OOXETTER, Agent.
N. B.-Papara throughout the country advertising the
steamer "Dictator" will please change her day of leaving
Charleston to Tuesday. fern ; June 1
THE FINE STEAMER
OAPT. T. J. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVE BOYCE k GO'S. NORTH WHARF,
Charleston, every Sunday Morning, at 0 A. M-,
for Florida, via Beaufort, Hilton Head, Savannah, Bruns,
wlok, St, Mary's, Fornandlna, Jacksonville, Pilatka, and
aU tntermedlato landings on the St. John's River.
RETURNING, will leavo Savannah every Thursday.
The KATE has been thoroughly refitted and pnt in
the most complete order, for elegance and the comfort
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at the
office on Boyce's Wharf.
Gooda received at the office, dally, and stored free of
extra oharge. T. J. LO0KWO0D, Agent
May 10 ;
nrtHE WAPPOO MILI.8 (FORMERLY THE PROPBB
X TY of Mr. J. H. 8TEINMEYER), have been thor
oughly overhauled and are now in full operation. I am
prepared to cut Yellow and Pitch Pine Lamber of any
length and size, at shortest notice, from a burge and wau
?elco*ed stock. At low tide there la 13 feet of water at
my Wharf, and dispatch can be munranteed to vessels.
Any orders entrusted to me will be carefnUy executed
ander my personal supervision.
May l8 lmo JOHN O. THDR8TON.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL UNE
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
dVAKEH CITY I SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA- | GHANADA,
WILL LEAVE ON SATURDAY, OTH INSTANT,
at Two o'clock P. M. precisely.
No Freight received after 12 o'olooa on that day, and
all Bills of Lading must bo prosentod for ilgcaturo at
or I of ore that hour.
No Freight received unless ongaged at our office, and
all Freights and Wharfage of Vegetables and Fruit must
be paid at our office. BAVENEL tt CO., Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each Port ever j Alternate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAR. B. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAR. O. P. MABSBKAH.
rfTHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDTTOE
X MENT TO SHIPPEBS AND THE TRAVELING
PDBLIO, having superior aooommodatloBB for "Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury tho New Yori
and Charleston markets can afford; and, lor safety, speed
ind comfort, are unrivalled on the ooaat.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPTAIN R W. LOCKWOOD,
1TJILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, OB
VV THURSDAY, June 14, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New York.
Vor Freight or Psssage apply at the offloo of the Agents,
WTLLB3 A OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees In New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOI
A CO._June 8
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
SrXAKSBIFS OH THJS OONNSOTINO OH THE PACIFIC
ATUKIO, WITH THX
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, Aa, Ao.
ONB OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships wUl leave Pier No. 43 North River, foot
of Canal-street, at 13 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and
31at of every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on the preceding saturday), for ASPLV
WALL, connecting via Panama Ballway with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at AOAPULOO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
allowed to second cabul and steerage passengers with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to olergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladles and children without male protectors.
Raggage received on the dock the day before salUng,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who profer
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tlokets, or further Information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
0ANAL-8TBEET, NOBTH BIVEB, NEW YOEE.
Anril 3 Brnos " 8. K. HOLMAN, Agent
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OK FBON
EUR O PB.
BY SAILING SHITS, BAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MATT, STEAMERS.
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York.
Great Reduction in Faro to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, cn arrival In New York, will have theb
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Paseaffs, Aa, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No, 230
West street. New Yoric. or
M. M. QUINN & BROTHER,
Na 037 KTHS grana, OHAnnzsTOH, ?. 6_
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument atrett,
Arnrasta. G. Ai lyr February 37
PARTIES ENGAGRD IN CUTTING TIMBEB, OB
TH1 MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OB SHINGLES, wUl do well to call on the subscriber,
who having been for many years engaged in the manu
facture and ship aient of Lumber and Timber, is well
posted as to the wants and prices of different markets
andean always furnishthe latest market reports from
Bo rope. South Aneri**, West Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Cities, and will famish specificationB
Ruitod to different markets, and attend to the charter
lng of vessel?, or give any Information or assistance
that may be desired. JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. U0 Seat Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
PRATT & WILSON MOTHERS'!
No. 238 King-street
PRATT & WILSON BROTBBRS,
No. 238 KING-STREET
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABKET-ST,
Charleston, S. G.
N. A. PBATT, 1
Chemist to late
0. 8. Nitre and
8. W. WILSON.
P. B. WILSON.
G raduoto o!
Ghomlflt te lato
O. & Ord. Dcp't,
The Proprietors are Native Georgiano.
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL,
BALSAM FIB. COD LIVER OIL,
BALSAM COPAIBA ESSENTIAL O?Lfl,
SUP. GARB. SODA.
SILICATE OF SODA,
TURPENTINE, 6n., ?ta.
FLINT AND GREEN GLASS,
ALL SORTS AM > ?
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TINCTURES, SUGAR GOA
Any Preparations mado. to order.
HS"o. 238 King-street?,
HEGBMAN'S COD LIVRE OIL,
HKGBMAN'8 ELIXIR OF BABE;
HEGEMAN'S PREPARATIONS IN FULL,
WORM LOZENGES, Hurley's and HaUowajr'av
AGUECURES AND AO?E TONICS,
BBOWN'S ESSENOE JAMAICA OINQEB,
BROWN'S TROCHES FOR GOUGHS,
PILLS-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright's, Ayer's, Ad
WINSLOW'S SOOTHINO SYRUP, fto" &o.
AR other most popular and reUable.
No. 238 King-street,
OLD BBOWN WINDSOR, GENUINE LOWS,
styles, large assortment,
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAB; cheaper than !
No. 338 KINGS'
F A.N O Y