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The Daily USTews.
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1866.
LA-KfJEST CIRCULATION Di TILE STATE.
BORGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
09- THE LIST OF JjEiTTKKS re
maining in the I?ostofHce at the end
of euch weeli is published officially
In THK DAILY JSTHTWS every HVi
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?ter SEE SECOND AND THIRD PACES.-WS
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WE Ann requestod to announce that AUTHUR P.
LINING, Esq., will deliver his Introductory locturo on
Commercial Law at tho Waverly House, Klng-stro ot, in
tho bond, at half-past 8 o'clock this evening .
HON. W. D. SIMPSON-From the Lanrensvlll c Herald
Of the 8th we learn that this gontloman, lato a mom bor
of the Confodorato Oongross from the Nor tb wes tor n
District of tho State, has beon pardoned by the Presi
"THE LADIES' HOME."-Wo havo rocoived tho first
number of a now weekly literary and family paper with
the abovo name, published in Atlanta. Ga., THOMASS.
FOWELL, Proprietor, and L. VIIKIINI.V FRENCH, Editress.
The paper is as neatly gotten up as any in tho United
Statos,-full of excollent rcadlug matter, both original
ATLANTA seems to havo recovered faster from tho
prostration, not to say annihilation, brought upou it by
tho war. In the second number of the Ladies' Home,
published at that placo, wo soo uo loss thau thirty-one
"professional canis" of physicians. No wonder tho
place Is fast recovering.
NEW MUSIC-We take pleasure in acknowledging two
now piceos of muelo sont us by tuo publishers, Messrs.
MCOARBELL A MEININQER, NO 91 Weit Jefferson-street,
Louisville, Ky. One of thom is a song, "Stonowall
Jackson's Last Words," dodloited to his widow, Mrs.
MAST ANNA JACKSON. The other is "Tho Veto Gallop."
MILTON'S PARADISE LOST.-This interesting exhibit! in
has attracted largo audiences tbo past woek, many being
nnablo to gala admittance owing to tho crowded state
of the Hall. In accordance with a very general desire,
the exhibition will remain throo nights longer, the pro
prietor having kindly postponed his engsgemen ts at
Wilmington and Richmond
OUR METHODIST FRiBrira will be pleased to learn that
there la a prospect of a speedy supply of books. The
Nashrlllo Advocate says: -'Speaking of Church publica
tions, the last number of tho Nashville Christian Ad
vocate gays : 81nco our last issue, the members of the
Book Committee, resident in Nashville, have hold a
mooting, at which arrangements were modo for tho
speedy supply of books for onr people. All over the
Ohnrch the scarcity is great, and tho demand must in
consequence be hoavy. Our business already begins
to show evident marks of promise. Orders are coming
In much moro rapidly ttian wo had hopod for, and every
indication is that a busy season awaits us. Wo Invoke
the energy of all our friends "
CHARLESTON HOTEL.-Southerners are characteris
tically attached to old as.oclatlons, and In no respect
more particularly than in regard to their homes snd
those substitutes for homes-n?tele. For many years
the planters and country mord?anla of South Carolina
and adjoining States havo been In the habit of stopping
at the Charleston Hotel, and ? mo familiar with these
olsasos can scarcely go theo at any time without Boo
ing many well known faces. No institution of our city
has changed so little-the samo maKUtnoent piazza, tho
Barna comforts, the saxe well furnished table and often
the same guesta as ten years ago. The Charleston Hotel
Is In no respect second to any in tho city, ami under tho
management of its present polite and enterprising
manager, Mr. WOTTR, it is likely for a long time to sus
tain its ancient reputation
PURSE FOUND.-Yesterday a colored woman named
Jnllanne Bobear saw a boy pick up a parse In We nt
worth street, and run off with it. She gave chase, over
took tbe boy, and took It away from him. On examin
ing it, it proved to be a very nice parse, containing an
Etruscan brooch and a small amount of money. In
stead of converting It to her owu uso, as she might very
well havo done, and as we are sorry to bolle ve most peo
ple would have done, sim carried it to the Gnard House,
to be taken care off, and advertised, and delivered te the
owner when called for. Jnllanne ttobear was formerly
a slave, and is still very mnob attached to ber formor
owners. A virtue is seldom found alone, and here we
have a display of honesty ?laing credit to a well-tried
THROWING STOKES -The Charlo?t >n public are doubt
less well aware that our rowdy j outh of both colora have
long indulged In the annoying and dangerous practice
of throwing stones at ooch other in the streets, and es
pecially on the Citadel Ur on, the Bat cry, and other
open piscos. The fights on the Green havo been stopped
for some time, and practice generally Is on the decrease,
bat it has not bean totally sb.udoued, and yesterdays
squad of city police made a aulden decent upon a par
oel of thoso pugnacious and restless b'>ys, and suocoeded
in capturing three and otrrying them to the Guard
Honse. Thereat of the party escaped after a hard race
and a great fright It is to be hoped that our vigilant
and activo polico will so n suocoed inputting a final stop
to a practice which la as idt-xcuba* la sa It is dangerous.
Those caught shoal. be soverrly dealt with as an exam
STARTLING; IttatDKKT -Te terdav morning M ra.
walked.oat into her flower gai den to cull a Mouquet to
wear to oburcb. Will pi uki g tbo flowers ?heno,
tiosd a haversack bangin < u > >n tim pardon fonce next
the street Tempted by tho ?pi it of cariosity, which,
in common with the res' of h sr sex ?he inherited from
Mother Eve, she took d wn the haversack and exam
ined it Imagine ber cousiernati n when she discov
ered within tho haversack tu? do id body of a colored
infant TI e police were o.ilo I in itum ? diutcly, and the
body being delivered into he) c'targo. was carried to
the Gnard House, wh-ro a. li quiet w*s bel . Tbe
Jurors decided that tho lui mt rame to its .'euth by
means to thom noknowu. HUH 1- aa aocldon lally dis
covered incident in ?n unknu n onauter of crime lo a
volume of commentaries on tho imucQts of abolition to
the colored Dcople.
FAKED PRESS SUPPRESSED.-A special dispatch to the
NewTork Tribune ?Lit. d Augusta, Oa , Juno 7, 1866. is
W"The military, by o'd r . f Genera' Tiilaon, have
. taken poaiva-tou < f -ho ??in -a <.f tn- Loyal Georgian."
Aa wo 1 ave never enj >y ri tho , leisure of seeing a
single copy of the af ?reuunoi litomry production, we
can, of course, not sav ?lui *.ta IM Imm?diate cause
thatledtothlscatisiro.il . ?mt air .une it must havo
been its account of ii- mci- im.' i mi ho freedmonand
Generals STEEDMAN and VLI.KRTON. on Sunda after
noon, the 3d lustanr.
Whlloon thl? sutijeot of i- > Tn i >wspapers, we will
?tate that we have eon 1' f ? nv . that "The So. Ca lead
er,"a colored papor publia o'i t thli oliy, baa glveu np
the ghost Tho officers w io U on pi sesal m of the office
were more olvll ti an militar.. ? that i?, if we are not
misinformed, for we heard the Hhenff ?flVlate? ?n the
RESIGNATION or TIIF.ASUUY OFFICIALS.-Tho following
documenta explain theniRolves:
TIIRAHURY DEI'MUMKNT, Juno 4th, 18C0.
8ia :-On account of your inability to take the oath
required by law, I am reluctantly o iiupollod to suggou*
that I .hall bo undor tho necessity o? requesting you to
forward rae your resignation to Uko offset as noon as a
successor l8 ippolntod aad qualified.
Tho Department will mitton convnuiilration to Oon
gross upon the subject of tho compouaatlon fir Borvlcea
already rondered by offlco.a who have noon uuablo to
tako tho oath, and I trusta Btiltablo provision will bo
made In some way for such payment.
(Signed) H. MCCULLOCH,
Socrotary of tho Treasury.
F. M. ItOIJKRTSON, Ef q.,
Examiner of Drugs, Cbarloatou, 8. 0.
CHARLESTON, 8. C, uno 8, lfiOG.
8IR:-I have tho bon? to aoknowtadgo IU"J receipt of
your communication ?f tho 4 th lust, rei|iio-?tim: mo to
forward you ray rosig allon ns Spnolal Exuuiuor of
Druga, Ac, for the port of Charloston. s. C., in conso
quonco of my Inability to tako tho required oath.
AH I am aware of tbo ombarras'iuont which tho ap
pointment of pors-ma to "111 :?\ who ciiutd not consist
outly Biibscrlbo to the retrospective portion of the '-test
oath" has occasioned thoDoiurtiuont, I choorfnlly com
ply with your roquost, and hereby toudor my resigna
tion, to tako effobt as soon as a successor is apnoiutod
With my thanks for your expressions of sympathy
aud courtesy, I romalo, vory ro p'ctfully, your oburilont
servant, F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D.
Honorable H. MOCULLOOH,
Socretiry of tho Treasury, Washington, D. 0.
PBOVOBT COHRT, Saturday, Juno 9.-Dark cloud of
prlsonora and wltuoajoa obscuros the Court Room.
Fortunato arrangoment throtvs cloud to leeward of
judges, clerks, lawyora and rooortors, who arc thus
Rftvcd from overpowering lnconso. On looking o vor
Friday's proceedings, wenotico that tho negro who was
fined $20 for resisting the police, had ippe.ile 1 ou tho
ground that tho puntahtnout waa too severo. This sur
prised us muchly. A small sergeant attempts to arrest
a disorderly negro. Negro resists; takes club away
from sergeant and beats him -vim it, aud has tho ira
pudonco to appoil from a $20 fine as too aovoro a pun
ishment. O t?mpora! O mores I Tho original son tonco
of olxly days' hard labor, from which tho for^iviug ser
geant beggod him off, was hardly enough for him.
Tho first case beforo tho Court was th it of the Unitod
S tatos vs. Asa Oray, for stealing a gold watch. Apa was
a tall, black, dirty negro, with a bran new c vp, but no
thing olso now or clean. A gold watch would have boon
u moat incongruous ornamont. ApirfoctmantaaDoms to
hftvo taken hold of the colored population to possess
watches. They Invest tho first of their earnings in
watches, aud if thoy can't buy thom thoy steal them.
Th'row.is another caso of watch aleihngboforo thoOourt
-but that was a Hllvor watch, or, as ono of tho witnesses
more particularly described it, a silver escape watch.
Tho following case of dog stealing elicited more inter
est than any other boforo the Court:
United States vs. Minus It jp ar and Bristol Roper
Larcony of a Dog.-FREDERICK BISCHJFF. sworn, Eays
that ho saw defendant, Minus Roper, leading a dog tied
by a string. WltneBs inquired politely of Mr. Minus
Ropor, colored Individual, if tho right of property in the
sal I dog lay in him the said Mr. Minus Roper, colored
Individual; also, for what sum of money ho would ex
change the said canine quadruped, and also to what
cognomen the said canine was trained to answer. Tho
Bald Mr. Minus Ropor, colored individual, replied cate
gorically to him, FREDERICK BISCHOFF, German, that
tho canino waa his, that ho would tako $10, and that the
canine answered to the name of Brutus. Witness offer
ed to purchaae half cash, half at oxplration of six
weeks. Wilnoss carried Mr. M. R., colored individual,
home with him, and gave him six dollars. Tills morn
ing, while witness wts coming from market, ?dog left
him and catered store of Messrs. HITHER k HABEL, well
known vendors of India rubber beltiug, patent von tl
lators, &c, ko. Witness wont luto store after dog.
Gentleman in store said dog belonged to British friend
of his, H. P. WALKER, Consul Witness thon carried
dog to Consul's residence. Dog therein soemod at
homo, and heeded the name of Jeff, whereby it appear
ed that ho had boon named in honor of the Confodorato
and not tho Roman hero. Witness loft dog with Con
sul's brother's son, who Is prciont in Court to do his
F. D. WALKER, Consul's brother's son, sworn : Saya
that ho knows the canine now under discussion. Said
canine is the property of H. P. WALKER, Esq., Her
British Majesty's Consul in tho Qaeeu City. Canino, as
was his custom, accompanied witness. Home ton days
lu the past, toa diurnal haunt of witness known as the
office. Canine ontered, but departed quickly, and was
no more seen until this morning, when ho was brought
to the i caldenco of witness' father's brother, Her British
Majosly's Consul aforesaid, by Mr. FREDERICK BISCH
OFF, the Gorman gentleman who has just rotired from
the stand. No particle of doubt of tho identity of
canine disturbs tho mind of witness.
Mr. Minus Roper, colored individual, was found
guilty and sentenced to $10 flue or ton days' Imprison .
ment Mr. Bristol Ropor waa acquitted and discharged.
Mary Oondlng, colored female, for disorderly conduct
In camp, was sentenced to twenty days' Imprisonment,
subject to order of ProvoBt Marshal.
By order Brevet Col. H. B. GLITZ, U. 8. A., J. H.
MCBLAIR has been appointed Assoolato Provost Judge.
MATon's COURT, Saturday Morning, June 9.-The
light of the familiar countenance of the Mayor was shed
upon his sateUltoa some minutes before nlno o'clock.
While waiting for that hour his Honor, relaxing from
judicial dignity, narrates anecdote of surprised hone.
Firit Case.-A po*. of LEVT. Flibby woman in a
killing bonnet Drunk. Biackguirding her husband
loudly. Destroying at once connubial felicity and the
public peace, Turned over to a magistrate.
Second Case.- Prisonor sick. Dootor prescribed sonp
dinner, aad milk and broad breakfast and supper.
Artesian water and bread plus being the only sick diet
afforded by the Guard House, prisoner was sent to jail
that ha might fare more anrnptnously.
Third Cate -Elderly individual with gray hair and
very little ot it. Riding on the pavement Dofonded
himself eloquently from propared notes. Eloquence
not convincing. Fined $6. Declined to pay. Wonder
if It won't cost him $1001
CROPS ON FEE DKK -A writer to the Marlen Cretcent
thus speaks of crops in tho northoastern part of the
8tate. The letter la dated Juno 3: "Within two weeks I
have seen nearly all the crops on the road from Oil
obnst's Bridge to Britton'? Ferry, and several miles
below the ferry, and many crops not on said road. From
all that I have seen and hoard In a scope of country on
Little Pee Dee, there are but two men who have planted
an avengo orop of mitton In four hundred square miles
-those two have planted mora than an average crop
got a bad rise, and I saw nineo the ISth of May that a
large part had boon ploughed np, and heard that they
were continuing to plough and plant But few, if any
others, have planted noar an average crop of cotton or
corn. Tho corn looks better than I expeoted to find It
under the disadvantage of extreme wei and cold. The
cotton generally looks badly, and not a very good stand.
Therefore, I am of opinion that if the seasons are fa
vorable tho remainder of the year, and the oropa well
tended, that wo shall not realizo m >ro than a two-thirds
crop of corn and a half crop of cotton. The seasons
may be adverse, aud goncrally it Is impossible to con
trol free negroes to near tho same extent aa when slaves.
From theso circumstances, and others not mention ed, I
have come folly to tho conclusion that we shall not
generally realize more than one half of an average
corn crop, and one-third of cotton crop."
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MURDER.-Tho Savannah Ripublican, of Juio 7th,
says that, on Wednesday miming, at C>H o'clock, the
dead body of a negro was found floating down the river.
It was sooured and the Coroner notlAod, who Immedi
ately empannelled a Jury of inquest, whoso finding w111
be seen below. The negro was not Identified, and no
clue has as yet been obtained as to his identity. He wa s
of la ge stature, very large heal, broad full face, with
heavy beard extending over his faca, dressed In bia o
& ants with shirt, and from too condition of tho body
ad not be?n In the water for more than three day B.
I Upon examination by Dr BOHERZEB, it was appare nt
I that the deccasoi bad b^p. foully de*lt with.
Constitution of tin- Liiille?' Mutual Aid As
ARTICLE 1. This Association shall bo denominated
"Tho Ladles' Mutual Aid Association."
AitT. 2. The ohjoct < f this 8 icloty will bo to afford mi
ployinent to snell ladies as may bo dependent upon their
own exertions for support, by providing a Depository for
tho reception of work, and ftuiUUting. thrungli its agents,
i's distribu? Ion ; alno. to purchase materials for making
up SUCH articles as may bo most easily disposed of; sahl
work to be left at Uta Depositor]' with the Superintend
ent, who will diHtriiiut?) it ti ibu Wurd Superintendents,
from whom It may be obtained.
ART. a. Any persons paying Twonty-flvo Couts per
quart! r, or One Dollar per annum, thall bo constituted
members of this Assootaikm.
Altr 4. There shall bo elected annually, nt tho Anni
versary, a IVrsnlent, Board "f Managers, Secretary and
TreiHtiror, Hop.nut ndeiit. rind War?l Huporltitoutlunta.
ART n, 'j'j10 btistunss of the Society shall ho condii-ted
by tun Pr?s Id Ollt Board ol Managers, and Secrotary
aud Treasurer, who sh ill moot the lln?t Tuesday of carn
month-seven members of whom shall constitute a
?[liomin The Hoard may lill its vacancies at any regu
lar ?ptartcrly ni??>ting.
AitT C. Tho duty of tho President xhallbo to uppoint,
from the Una rd of Managers, two or moro Indien to pur
chase materials, and assist hor in any other manner
which may ho necessary.
AitT. 7. The duty of tho Soerotary and Treasurer shall
be to receive aud record all subscript! oils and douations ;
Invent any miri/n? funds, undor tho direction of tho
Hoard of .Manag T?, anti to make a monthly report of tho
Hame; and ?hall disburse funds only byan order from
AitT. 8 Tho duty of tho Board of Managors shall bo
to oloot thoOlllcors and Ward Superintendents; also, to
ulli x tho prices of articles when made up, and the charges
for work dine.
ART. 9. Tho duty of tho Ward Superintendents shall bo
to recolvo work from tho Superintendent, to bo distrib
uted to appllcauts, as may bo ?llroct?d by tho Hoard oi
AnT. 10. The Annual Meeting of the Association shall
bo on the first Tuesday of Juno of each year.
AnT. 11 'Min meetings of the Ass iciatinn and Board
ol Managers will boopcncl and closed with Prayor.
ART. 19, No alteration shall bo made lu this Constitu
tion, except by tho Association, at a rcxular meeting, on
rocomincudatlou of tho Hoard of Managers.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
SAMSON A AIMAK will sell this day, on tho premises,
East Hay, at 10 O'clock, tho furniture and bar fixtures ol
tho well-known "French Coffoo Ilouso." For particu
lars, seo advertisement under auction hoad.
MILLIOAN, MELCUEns A Co. will sell this day, at
10 o'tdock, at Cameron's old workshop, foot of Hasel
street, ono lot of Intnbor.
J. A. ENSLOW A CO. will soil this day, beforo their
store, No. 125 East Day, at i().'3' o'clock, Hour, sugar and
A. H. AnitABAMS k Ross will soil this day, at No.
43] Klug street, at 10 o'clock, tho good will and con
tents of an old and established stand.
GREAT SALE OF DIIY Goons.-Tho attention of our
realera is particularly called to the advertieoment of
Mr. Louis COHEN, NO. 218 Klng-stroet. Mr. COHEN in_
tends refitting his store in a new and handsome man
nor, and is obliged to sell bis goods to make room. The
public in general, and the ladies in psrtlcular, should
avail themselves of this rare opportunity to obtain tho
boat gool! at tho lowest prices. It will not last long,
nor occur agi in Boon.
Tin'. MANSION HOUSE. -This well-known establishment
is now openod on the European style by Madame RUT
JES, than whom no ono is more capable of conducting a
house of that character. Her name is familiar to our
citizens as the proprietor of an ice-cream Ealoon on
Elng-Btreot, beforo the war, and during tho war as the
amiable hostOKS of the Central Houso, Columbia. If ex
perience is any guarantee of capability, tbo hotel and
ice-cream saloon attached will both be superior in their
way. Madame RUTJES was twleo burnt out during tho
war, and our people should take pride in patronizing
HOMCcoPATiiic REMEDIES.-Cue of Dr. HUMPHREYS'
cases cf medlciucs, containing thirty-fivo vials, embraces
remedies for ovory well known disease, and costs $10.
A family provided with one of them will save daring
the year, teu timos the amount of tholr cost, in obviat
ing the necessity of medical attendance, besides secur
ing its members from protracted and serious illness.
Tho trifling outlay required should bo a consideration
with all who believo In tho axiom, "that a stitch in timo
Baves nlno." Disease, to bo ovorcome, mnst bo prompt
ly met, and Dr. HUMPHREYS' remedies ore invaluablo
for such a purpof o.-New York Courier.
HUMPHREYS'SPECIFIC HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE COM
PANY. No. 6G2 Broadway, New York. 6
H. W. SOHRODER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND MAGISTRATE.
Law Place, in rear of Court House.
GAME OF BATTLE.
ILLUSTRATING THE P08ITION8 AND MA
NOUVRES OF ARMIES IN ACTUAL ENGAGE
For sale by the Account Book Manufacturer,
Jnno U 3 No. Vi Hrond street.
COPIES OF GEN. R. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to tho Arn 7 of Northern Virginia.
For sale at
June 4_No. 9 BROAD-8TBEET.
TABLE AND POCKET OUTLERY.
No. 62 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM SHEF
FIELD, England, a largo assortment of RODGERS'
POCKET AND IVORY HANDLED TABLE KNIVES,
whioh they offer at REDUOEu PRICES; together will a
full assortment of HARDWARE. Also, COTTON
SWEEPS, COTTON 80BAPEU8, STEEL COTTON
PLOUGFI8, COHN BHELLEUB, HAY CUTTERS, and
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS GENERALLY.
" THEOPHILE, BOEDEREE & CO."
FINE mmnam WINBS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, AGENT8 FOR THE ABOVE
named CHOICE WINEB, offor, from dlroct Impor
5 cases (quarts) CARTE BLANCHE CHAMPAGNE
6 cates (pinta) Carlo Blanche Champagne
6 esses (quarts) Carte Nolro Ohampagno
5 cases (pints) CartoNolro Champagne
5 cases (quarts) Slllery Bloy Freres Champagne
5 cases (pints) ?lllirv Bley Freres Champagne
4 cases (quarts) Bouzy Esqu?s Bley Freros Cham
4 cases (pinta) Boney Exquis Bley Frer?* Cham
These WINES will be sold by the case, on favorable
terms, and we invite attention to tbelr merita.
tlEO, W. WILLIAMS & ?0., Agents,
WASHHOUSE, CH?nOH STREET.
Jane 0 *tm6
BY ALONZOJ, Will IK & SON.
TO-MORKOW, the 12th instant, at II o'clock, in iront
of iho old Custom House, coruor of Broad aud East
Bay streets, will bo ?obi In parcels io nuit purchasers,
run POI.I.OWIIVG vAi.i.viu.ii SKCURI
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS 8 TATE MIX TER CENT.
BONUS, isbticd in aid Bluo Kldgo Railroad, Juuuarv,
18C?>, ?ml rcdtoiiabl" in January, 1H08.
NINETEEN 1HUU.HANO ElOlIl* UIJNDRED AND
THIRl Y DOLLARS STATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA
SIX Pell Ci?NT. N'iOCK, l'sncd to build now State
House, Octo'ior, 18*?0, redeemable Jumiary, 1885.
FIVE 15) BONDS FOR $1000 KACU, WII.MIMitTOH
AND MANCHESTER RAILROAD COMPANY 2d
MOR i ti AUK BONDS, bearing at) intoroBt of 7 per
UNLIMITED SECURITIES received up to time of
Bale. Juuo 11_
Hams, Pork Heads, Beef, Bull Pork, ?te, Ac.
BY LAVKEY ANO Al.KXAHDEIt.
TO-MORROw, 12th lnst, will bo sold In our Store, No.
137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf, at 10
7 tierces 8UOAR CURED DAMS
12 tierces Pork Heads
l8 Mils. I" Lunn finn Beef
13 blue. Butt 1'ork
10 bbls. Herrings
'J bbls. Clear Pork
2 casks Cod fish
10 boxea Codfish
G tierceB Shoulders
5 kogs Butter
4 bbls. Cider Vinegar
2 casks Porter, for bottling.
Conditions cash. Juno 11
Champagne, Cider, Sherry Wine, Bitters, ?to*.
BY lllll'SS <*? IIKK.
TO-MORROW, at ball-past 10 o'clock, will bo sold be
fore our store, No. 84 Eaat Bay,
8 cosos OHAMPAONE CIDER
3 barrels Picklod Herrings
2 casos imported Cbaoipngno
4 caaos Cutter's English Bitters
5 cases Qoldon Bitters
r, cases Old Cabinet Brandy
6 ca80B Oil Sherry Wiuo
1 barrel Sherry Wine
10 cates Canned Oyster?.
.1 GOLD WAT0HES._ Juno 11
City Six Per Cent. Stock.
BY l.oils l>. DcSAUSSUUK.
TO-MORROW, tbo 12tb inst, at 11 o'clock A M , will bo
Bold, near the old Ous>om House,
FIVE THOUSAND TWO HCNMlKD AND FIFTY
DOLLARS CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER OENT.
Conditions cash. Juno 11
BY It. .01. M\HSU.M,i"
On WEDNESDAY, June 13th, at 11 o'clock, will bo sold
bof TO my sales room No. 33 Broad stroot,
A LOT OF FURNITURE,
OOMRISTINO IN PART OF:
1 uno EXTENSION TABLE, Arm Chairs, Oarpot, 1
firBt rate Cooking Stovo, Bedsteads, Washstand, Ward
robes, Bodding, Crockery, Cooking Utensils, ka., kc.
Underwriter's Sale of Damaged Flannel at
BY li. A. PRINGhE, Market Street.
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 13, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold,
for account of Underwriters and all concerned, at my
Store m Market-street, north sido, 3d door oast of
7 BALES OF FLANNEL, damtgod on board tho
bark-, OB the voyago from Liverpool to this port.
CLOSING OUT SALE
LONDON WATCH CO.
WING TO THE FAILURE AND 8UDBEN OLOS
ING of tbo works and business of tbo
LONDON WATCH COUPANT,
A largo numbor of Ano WATCHES, manufactured espe
cially for tbo United States, being heavv, Ural-class time
keepers, Intended to stand hard uaage and sudden
changea of temperature, are loft In our hands for imme
diate salo. As agents of the Company, wo ace obliged
to dispose of this stook for cash in tim shortest possible
timo. We have, theref re, decided on (he plan annexed
a? the ono that will be productive of tbe desired result.
This plan gives every one au opportunity of obtaining
first-class time-keepers at a price that all can command.
As every certif?calo represents a Watch, there are no
blanks, and every one who Invests iu this sale MUST get
a " atoh at halt the retail price at least, and if at all
fortunate, o> e to wear with pride through lift.
Remittance? may bo made at our riak in registered
letters or by express, or postofflce orders and drafts
payable to our order, and we guaranteo a safo return.
Dil? INSURES safe delivery and auto return to every
We warrant every Watch as represente?.', and satisfac
tion is guaranteed in every Instance. Snowing tho
worth of the stock, wo can give a warranteo to every
purchaser. Tbe price has been placed at the very low
figure in order to Insure immediate sale, and aU who
desire to improve the opportunity should mako early
HART, GIBSON & CO.,
No. 205 Broad wa j, New York,
AGENTS FOR THE LONDON WATCH CO.
The following' Splendid List of
FINE WATCHES AND CHAINS,
- TO BE SOLD FOR
TEN DOLLARS EACH !
127 Gold hunt-g-cased Chronometers, from $176 to $460
1 C3 Gold hunting-cased English Patent Le
vers. 160 to 325
144 Gold hunting-cased Duplex. 100 to 300
176 Gold hnnllog-cased Patent Levers. 76 to 276
232 Gold hunting-cased Levers. 60 to 276
240 Gold huntl g-caaed Lepines. 60 to 200
169 Gold magic-cased Levers. 90 to 276
336 heavy gold-cased Patent Levers. 76 to 226
208 heavy gold-cased Levers....?. 70 to 176
120 Ladies'gold bnntiag-cased Levers. 46 to 226
272 Ladles' gold enamelled bunting-cased
Levers. 66 to 260
136 Ladies' gold enamolled magic cased Lo
vera..*.. 00 to 276
265 Ladiea'gold-cased engraved Levers.... 46 to 176
2-3 Ladies' nold-cased engraved Lepines... 40 to 176
860 heavy solid silver-cased Duplex. 86 to 126
739 heavy so'ld sllver-casod Patent Levers.. 80 to 126
600 heavy Bolid sllvor-cased Levers. 26 to 100
476 heavy solid silvor-cised Lepines. 20 to 00
203 Ladies'solid-cased Levers. 29 to 90
224 Ladies'solid-cased Lepines. 20 to 66
600 solid gold finar? and Vest Chains. 16 to 160
860 so:ld gold Lean Uno and Chatelaines.... 16 to 126
?3-All the above list of Watches will be sold for TEN
Certificates representing each and every Watch in the
above list are plao-d in similar envelopes and sealed.
Any person obtaining a certificate, to be had atoar
ofllco, or sent by mall to any address, can bare the arti
cle called for on the return of the fteitlQoate with Ten
We oharge for forwarding certificates 60 cents each.
Five will be sent for $2 and fifteen for IS.
The certifie? toa must In all ?-asea be returned With and
Accompany the money when goods are ordered.
All order a promptly ulled and forwarded by return
mail or express. Address
HABT, GIBSON & C0.f
No. 205 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
June 11 _ 8"a?
BREWERS OF FINE PALEALES & PORTER
WEST t?T-HSi BET*-H-7 & 8 AVE? NEW YORK.
?00. W. CUM & CO.,
Coriier East Bay and Cumberland streets,
HAVING TAKEN THE ?SOLE AGENCY OV THE
above oolebrated ALB, acknowledged to be
the best In the market, are now prepared to supply tbo
TRAC I. of this city and violnlty
Warranted to stand tbe climate.
. For sale In barrels and half barrels.
Furniture, Har Fixtures, em.
BY HAM-??IV <*t Ainilt,
Will bo sold THIS DAY, Juno 11, l8-?I. ALL THI
FURSITURE AND FIXrn.tK op niK FUBSOH
COFFEE HOU8K, on East Hay, nt lOo'clock.
MARBLE-TOP and IR'>N-Fltv.MKI) TVBM-'S Mar
ble-top and Walnut and Malrij-sii> Fru'ii-n li i? largo
gilt Mirrors, Walnut Desks, stoiiuhi.it Ann cutir?.
Cario Bottom Chairs ami Stool?. CotlUter?. Alo p imp?,
one pairczoellent Conner mid PI ?tod liar ifcMl M, ?sitS
grooved tiitnhlor drawers set In sheet h-adml frarnos.?
variety of Diva' tem mid O'aS'jwa'-o, Urge leo Boxos,
two Bangos, with Water Bocas and coppur Boiler oom
pleto and iiUac.liod, OoptNW Oook.nsr, utensils. Castora
and CrtMtS, I'nuch Bowls, ?Irin ?st >u?>. Gm and Bar
Fixtures, Folding Lear and Uotind Tables, Uiuhrolla and
Hat Stand, Bar Screens, fino Havana Segara, Card Oaso
and Canis, vi ry convenient for uuy Restaurant, Crooke
ry and sorao Cutlery, very rich Mconery, got up at maota
cost, easily ailjuxtod to any pla?: < bains; ou cativas sus
pended, Houp Taroona and Water Dudor, Huating and
CHOICE OLD CABINET WHISKEY, Sherry Wine.
Holland Oin, Raspboriy Syrup, and a variety of other
2 larpo Extension Tables, Tailor Stove
4 setB I unpins and Ualis, ami Map of Ireland.
Condition., cash, and all articles to bo removed on daw
of sale._j,, " n
Flour, Sugar attd Molasses.
BY J. A. I'.VSI.H\v AN? C?>.
THIS DAY, 11th iiihtan', will bo sold bit ,- OBX
Btoro, No. 125 East Bay, at 10K o'clock.
25 BARRELS FLOUR
10 boxes Sugar
10 hhds. Mola'Bnn. j,. ,o 11
The Good Will and Contents of an Old and Estab
BY A. II. A it KA 11 A .tis & SONS.
THI8 DAY, tho 11th hist., at in o'clock, wo will sell.
at>o. ?:)2 Rluii-stri'i't. corner of Hudson-street,
Tho ENTIHE STOCK OF GROCERIES, LIQUORS',
THE GOOD WILL OF THE STORE.
Conditions cash. Juno li
BY MILLIGAN, M HI.CHKRH ?ti CO.
THIS DAY, 11th lust., at ID o'clock, at Cameron's old
Work Shops, foot of II mel-sircct, wo will icU,
ONE LOT LUMuEH.
Comfortable House ort Ainlierst-slreet.
BY .1 Atti-;s L,. ?3 A NT's?.
TO-MORROW, tho Pith instant, at tho corner of Broad
and J-ust Bay stioats, near th-i old PostolUce, at IX
o'clock, or soon thereafter, will bo offered,
ALL '1UAT HOUSE AND LOT known by tho Number
25, on Aiuberst-Btrcet. I li? ootna is reco-sed front tho
strcot, and c ntaius four upright r.ioms. Tho lotta
high aud dry, aad measures 45 feot frout by 73 feet in
depth, be the samo moro or lim Up.iu tho premisos
is an excellent woll of spring water. Thoroare fruit
trees on tbo lot aud on tbo placo will ho found a very
comfortablo rosidenco lor a small family.
Terms-One-half cash; balanco In ouo yo.r, with In
terest fiom day of sale, Bocured hy bond and mortgage
of tbo property, insurance of the premises aud asiign
ment of policy, or tho purchajor miy pay tho whole In
cash. Purchaser to pay J. L. G. for papers.
1'MlK.lt DECREE IN EtlUITV.
Vidal vs. Jenkitis
TO-MORROW, the 12th of Juno next, at 11 o'clock A.
M., will bo sold near the Old Custom House,
All that PLANTATION OR TRACT OK LAND, situate
on Caper's Island, lu the Parish of christ Church, con
taining ahout 902 acres of high land, and 505 acres of
marsh; bounded to the west on land formerly of Soars
Hubbell, atterwards of Daniel and Nathan Legare, and
on all otbor tides by tho Atlantic Ocean, Its creeks and
Terms-Ono-thlrd cash ; the residuo in one and two
years, with Interest from tbo sale, secured by tho Bond
and Mortg8go of the promises, oxecuted by the purcha
ser, who is also to pay for papers.
JAMES W. GRAY,
June 11 thmS tul Masto In Equity.
Bestrahle Dwellings lo Rent.
BY JOHN s. Itl?GS ? CO
THAT DESIRABLE TWO-AND-A-HALF
BTORY BRIOK DWELLING in st Phillp street,
two doors from corner Wentworth, and known
_Las No. 9, in good order; possession given ioa
That DESIRABLE T WO-AND- \-HALF STORY BRICK
DWELLING next the above, known as No. 11, in good
order and posaoiBlon glvon Immediately.
That THREE-AND-A-HALF-?TORY BRICK DWEL
LING, No. 80 South Bay, containing six upright room?,
pantry, dressing, bath and attic rooms, with fine piix
zas sonth and west, requisito servants' apartment*.
cistern, and outbuildings on the premises, all in fine
order and ready for imm?diat? occu atlon.
For terms and particulars apply at our office,
NORTH CORNER BROAD AND EAST BAY.
Juno 11 _1
Stocks and Bonds at Private Sale.
BY I. S. K. BBNNKTT.
At Private Sale
16000 CITY OF CHARLESTON 6 PER CENT. STOCK,
interest payable quarterly
$8000 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA OLD G PB?
CENT. BONDS, duo in 1881
100 SHARES OF GAS COMPANY STOCK '
100 HALF SHARES OF THE 80UTH CAROLINA.
RAILROAD COMPANY STOCK.
Apply as above, at No. 40 BROAD-STREET.
June 9_Up stairs.
Vessels for Coasting and River Trade.
BY SMITH ?te I>t< ?ill.I, VIlA Y,
No. 37 Broad-street.
At Private Sale
SLOOP JULIA DEAN, carrying 1100 bushols Rtoe or
15 cords Wood-sails, running rigging, and tho enttva
craft in the finest order.
SLOOP SWAN, carrying 20 cords Wood, in good or
der; new sails.
8LOOP R. 8. BEDON, carrying 11 cords Wood; absta
in good running order.
SOHB. PAMLIGO, in fine ordor, carries 2550 bashes*
Rice; standing rigging in good order; running rigging
SCHR.-, 60 feet kool, carries 2100 bushel*
Rice; in good order.
For terms, apply as above, at
No. 27 BROAD-STREET.
Jone 9 9_Booth side, near State-street.
OIIANOEDURG FENALK COLLBGB.
FOR BALE, THAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY. SITU
ATED in the Town of Orangebarg, and known a*
theORANGEBURG KEV?ALE OOLliEGb. The build
ing 1B large, and su 1 table for a Hotel or Boarding School,
being capable of accommodating abott two hundred
(200) persons. On tbe premises are gas works for sup
plying thu building with ?as; and a fine orchard and
garden. Tho grounds are ample and eligibly located,
being near the railroad depot.
Terms-One-tenth cash ; balance in ton equal an
nual instalments, secured by mortgage of the prop
erty; tho building? to be kept insured sod policy
assigned, or a credit on the whole amount of tbe pur
chase may be bsd by giving approved personal soourltj?
In addition to the mortgage, no., the purchaser paying:
only cash enough to defray ex ponsea of sale. For far
ther particulars, apply to
COHEN, HAN0KEL A CO.,
No. 46 East Bay, corner Boyoe ti Co "s Wharf.
JQV Orangeburg lim CB lnBort above one month and
send bill to Courier Office. fmwlmo May 2*
MADAM HUMMEL RESPECTFULLY ANNODNOHS
to her friends, and thu pnbilo generally, that eh*
has returned to the city, and will jresume tbe duties?
her profession sa teacher of the PIANO FORTE. W11
also give lessons In GERMAN and FHENCH. Apply*
ZOO 11A UM, YOUNG A OO.'S Musi o Store, No. 191 Kin*;
REPAIRING OF BRIOK WORK, PLASTERING,
WHITEWASHING, Ac, promptly attended to, on
accommodating forms. II. O. DUFFU8,
June 7_ii_No. 8 Wall street.
PER80K8 RKQ.TJ? ?IIV? R KP AIR?
OF BRICK AND 81 ONE WORK, PLvHTERING,
WHITEWASHING OR COLORING, will flad it
to tholr ad van t age by I? living orders st No 37 Tredd
strevt. Suoh work will ne executed at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonable terms.
PROPOSAL,?* FOR I.UMBRI?.
SEALED PROPOSAL8 W'LL BE RECEIVED TJNTTL
the tenth (luth) day o June. 1866, f T furnishing tho
foUowing amounts and description of Lumber to ton
Ob n rica ton City Railway Company, - la:
4126 Pieces 4x6, 2u feet 6 inches long.
7000 Pieces 4x7, 6 feet O luchos long.
Said Lumber tobe of good and approved quality;ts
bo delivered on or hefore tbe first (lat) day of Bepteue
ber, at the Oar Factory of Messrs. Wilta*ton A Petse?,
By ordor of the Board.
J. RAVENEL IrLAOBRTH,
' Secretary ana Tre-s'irec.
May 23 mwt