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SATURDAY MORNING. ?JUNE 16, I860.
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WF. ARB nnder obligations to the Sonthorn and Na
tional Express Companies for lato papers.
DISTIN?IUISHED ARRIVALS -Governor JAMES L. O RB
and his Privato Stcrotary, JOUM L. BoATWnionT, Eaq.,
and Hon. T. N. DAWHINS arrived on Saturday afternoon,
and aro stopping at tho Mills House.
AT THE annual mooting of the O 'obra Bicku r Oholom
hold on Uio nth lustant, tho following gentlemen wore
elected to sertre for tho oniining year:
JOSEPH LEVY, Prosidont.
EDMUND SO^TT, Vico-Prosldont.
GUSTAV n? iFFMAN, Troasurer.
PHILIP KIOH, Secretary.
HENRY CLARKE, \ ?_.-."_
VICTOR WOLFF, J lra,t6e,i
Cooi? TREATMENT is generally thought very offonBlvo,
but such cool treatment as the attaches of this office
received a certain hot day not Tory long ago will always
be held in grateful remembrance. Whilo all hands
were sweltering with heat, in comes a magnificent bowl
of ICE CREAM from Maduno RUTJEB. Just the thing
we would havo asked for, and coming from a quarter
which rendered it certain that It was not only good, but
the best of tho bent.
THE HOOUEKOT CHOBOH.-A largo congregation as
sembled at this venerable placo of worship to join in the
reopening ceremonials of yesterday. Tho occasion was
ono of great solemnity and bktttoat, Mr. 0'NEAI>E, BO
weU known in tho mueical won*., presided at tho organ,
conducting the inimical portl u of the ancient andbcan
tiftil ritual with great appropriateness and skiU, The
officiating clergyman, Rev. F. A. Moon, prcacbod from
Rev. i-, 17 and l8: "Fear not, I am tho flrat ami tho last;
I am He tbat llveth aid was doid; ?nd behold I am
olive forcvormoro. Amen, and havo tho keys of death
and of hell." After a very lucid exposition of the text.
In which the eloquent preacher showed his familiarity
with tho entire rango of biblical hormonoutics, ho ap
plied its comforting teachings to the Immediate circum
stances of tho congregation. Ho remarked : "I cannot
but feel, my brethren, that jours IB a coso of spcoial in
teroat and sadness. Conturios ago your fathers fled
from oppression and persecution to sock on this nowly
discovered continent religions and civil freedom. Their
Isnorgy developed this country, their names bocamo
Illustrious in its history, their civilization gave charm
to its social life, and tholr piety elevation to ita morals."
Instinctively wo turned to the tablets and monuments
around us, whoro so many namoi of Immortal memory
Wo congratulate onr folio w-cltleons of the Huguenot
faith on this propitious revival of their patriarchal ser
vices. Tho Chnrcb had been much injured by tho
shells, but, singular to say, none of the several tableta
within tho Ghurch had sustained any injury.
Rows.-Saturday afternoon, or rothor evening, be
tween 7 and 12 o'clock, waa distinguished in the police
history of this city by a Borles of fights and rows that
would have done credit to New York or Philadelphia,
and was certainly very remarkable in Charleston. No
ona of the rows equalled in importance and bloody re
sult some that have happened i ? ttmoB past, but tho
whole together show a state of unrest and antagonism
among the lower classes of whites and blacks that is
The eastern end of Calhonn street, Chu roh street, be
tween Market and Queen streets, and these two last
streets near Church, were the principal scones of the
They originated, in almost every Instance, from tho
attempt of tho police to onforco city ordinances, the re
fusai of negroes to oboy, their arrest, and the attempt of
Other negroes to r? scuo them. The police, in every in
stance, finally esme off conquerors, and some tveuly
negroes, in all the various phases of broken hoads, now
occupy cells at the Guard House,
_he first row was lu Quoen strcot, betwoen Church
and M acting, where bricks and clubs flow promiscuo us
ly, and several parties measured their length on mothtr
earth. There was a row In Chalmers street botweeu tho
employees at tho Government stables and the negroes,
with which the polico had nothing to do until ordered to
arrest the combatants.
PROVOST COURT, Jnne 16.-United States vi. Hector
White (colored).-Having Proporty supposed to be Sto
len.-Policeman DON OVAL, sworn: Arrested defendant
in Meetlng-utreet yesterday, 10% A. M. ; had a pair of
wheels on his head, offering thom for sale, and could
give no satisfactory account of them; took defendant
and wheels to the Guard House, as there was reason to
suppose they were stolon. Discharged. Wheels to be
retained for four day. by Provost Marshal.
United States vtg Adam Singleton (.-olorcd).-Fighting
In tho Streets.-Policeman BASLOW, sworn: Arrested
defendant in King-street, beating a boy and kicking him,
and damning and cursing everybody; ranaway just aa I
got to the Guard Houao; took 1 im np again and put him
in. Five days' hard labor on tbo streets.
United States vi. William Morgan (colored).-Tres
pass.-EnwAsn W. BILBY, sworn*. A little before the
rain last night, at the car shops of WHARTON k P Bison,
corner of Line-street and Ralhoad, of wh loh I am pri
vate watibman, saw defendant lounging abou t. I went
inside the car house and locked the gate. When I had
boen in some fifteen minutes heard some one jump the
fonce; I listened and hoard some one among the tools of
the shop; hailed twice and re elved n ians wo r; hailed
third timo, ?hen defendant answered, and I caught him
and gave him to the police; defendant would not say
what he wanted ; the fence la nearly nine feet high. Hard
labor for fifteen days.
. United Statos v*. Jim Butler, (colored)-Carrying con
cealed weapons.-Policeman GOLDEN, sworn : Tnls morn
ing saw defendant going down Church street, between
7 and 8 o'clock, with his coat open and a dirk knife
stuck between his shirt and pants; I called to bim to
stop; ho threw his coat over knife and hld it; I took
him to Guard Ucuse and eoarched him and found knife
on him; it was a Bowie knife.
Guilty-Blued $20 or twenty days' labor on the
street?. Knife confiscated.
United Statos vi. W. H. Leo (colored), and Marla Leo
(colored)-Disorderly conduct in street-Sergeant Koa
HAM, of tho Polico, aworn: Yostorday, about 0 A. M., in
St. Philip street, saw the defendants ; Lee had been
fighting his wlfo, Maria, and had bcon disorderly before
J came up ; saw nothing of the fight; man waa In fault
and not woman; man isa nuisance to neighborhood,
and ?ponds all tho money tho wlfo saves.
Dismissed with reprimand.
United sutcs vi. Charles Jonas, colored.-Disorderly
and resisting Pullco.-Policoman O'BRISK, sworn: This
morning, on duty, between 6 and 7 o'clock, in Prince?
street, defoudint was acting as a drunken m an and
making a disturbinco, by collecting a orowd ; he waa
jumping, and goiugon.and making a noise. Did not
attend to him then, but went np Princess street and re
turned In ten minutes Found the crowd much largor,
and ordered dor mian t to stop and crowd to disperse.
Defondant eald he was as white a man aa I, and ho
would do us bo pleased lu the street, and li I etruck
him with my club he would kill ma right thora, and we
would both go to hell together. I told him I would take
him to the Quord Ilonas. Ho s-ld I was not able. I
stopped him twice, and told him to go away. Ho did ao,
and asked me if I would remain five minute? on my
post. I said yes.
Ho retnrued in that time and met me at the corner of
King and Prlnoesi-strects, and said I waa the gentleman
that alappod bis face, and he wanted to carry me to tho
Provost Court, and if I did not go, he would kill me
right there, and we would go to hell together. He had
ono hand in bis panta pockot all the time; I struck bim
then with my club, sod tho club broko; ho ran and got
a brick and knocked mo down; there w?-'re three moro
policomon thoro, and thoy caved mo from belog killed,
and two of thom took defendant to Guard Houso; bo
Bald If It WSB twenty years bonce ho would tako my life;
be reclfltod mo In cvory way bo could unul tho two
other policemen arre ?ted bim.
Policeman O'BRIEN, sworn: Han beard tho abovo tes
timony, and can to<?tify that it Is all corroct an far as ho
knows. Sixty days' hard labor on the streets and J'JO
United Btates vt. John Middleton, colnrod.-Obstruct
ing tin? highway.-Policeman GOLDEN, sworn: On Adger's
Wharf yeatorday, between li and 12 o'clock, tried to
stop defondant fro u blocking np the passjgo way with
his dray. Be sworo at mo, and Raid ho bad soiuo of the
d-d robel pollco spotted. I waited until Sorgoant
ROACH came dowu. Be directed mo to take him to
tbo Guard House, and I did so. Ho sont word for tho
gentleman for whom ho was driviug, who came and got
the dray, and said defendant was n vor}' saucy mau.
Fine, $10, or twenty days' hard labor on tho strocts.
United States vs. John Freeman, William Whaley and
Nelson Hutchison, colored.-Fighting lu tho street.
Sergeant JOSES, of Pollco, sworn: Yesterday, at 7>iP.
M., was on duty at the corner of Church and Mirket
etroots, and saw a great crowd In Church-street, botweon
Chalmers and Queen. Fouud all these defendants In a
fight there.. Arrested two In the Btroot and ono lu a
house. Each $6 fine, or ten days' hard labor on tho
MAYOH'H COURT, Saturday Morai?g, June 16.-Thoro
was a long docket befare tho Mayor, hut it moltod away
rapidly before references to the Provost and qalo t dis
charges. Only two individuals appoarod bofore tho
Court. One was a hearty looking sailor, who, under
other circumstances, might have been handsome
Liquor, the great ouomy of sailors, bad ovorcomo him
so completely that be had to bo wrought to the Guard
House on a dray. Fined $5. Tbo other was a little
homely darkey boy, of somo ton years of ago. Sont to
WE WOULD call the attention of our readers to the ad
vertisement of tho Rarlun and Delaware Bay Railroad,
which appears in our columns. The road oxtends from
Now York to Camden, dlroatly opposite the city of Phi 1
adelpbla. This road id supplied with plenty of largo
and commodious cars, and every convenience for tho
comfort of Its passengers Travellora from- the South
to Now York, and all points east, will lind ita rou oh
cheapor and plcasantor r ad than tho ono heretcforo
traversed by thom ingoing from Philadelphia to Now
York. Passcngora crosB over the Camdon forry at Vino
street wharf, Philadelphia, at 9 A. M., and take the 9.20
train for New York and Long Brauch. This is tho only
direct route to Long Branch, tho whole, distanco by rail
No ohango of cars, no travelling by stag_ The road af.
fords a varied and pleasant ride through East Now Jer
sey, to Port Monmouth, where oonneotlon is made willi
the splendid steamer Jessie Hoyt. Aftor a delightful
ride up Now York Bay, enjoying a line view of all the
prominont and lntorostlng points of tho barbor, travel
lers arrive in New York In ?jool time for dinner. We
would advise our friends to give this new ronlo a trial.
ESCAPE OF PRIBONEBS.-'vho Columbia Phonix of Sat
urday saye: "Wo learn that two persons, BFENCER,
charged with shooting a United States soldier, and Cor
poral JCEFKL, of the oth Infantry, succeeded in running
past the Ben tin ni and mado their oscapo from confine
ment on Thursdoy night. Thoy wera fired on, but
YORK, S. 0.- From the Enquirer of the 14th, wo learn
the foil ?wing in relation to tho weather and crops: "A
cold, wet and backward spring bas been followed by
continuous and heavy rains that bavo done various
damage to the crops. The prospects of farmors in this
District aro altogether disheirtonln?. The unsettled
condition of tbo labor system, bad scud aud wat woath or,
have all combined against him. Tho c Ht m is scarcely
vislblo above tbo ground, and promise? badly. Th o
wheat crops aro botter, but loss han au average will bo
producod. Another destructive hall storm passed over
the upper portion of the District on Saturday last,
utterly mining many farms."
MILITARY COMMISSION.- The Columbia Patriot of Sat -
urday says: "The Commission wUic'i boa been in ses
sion here for some timo past, engaged lu the trial of
WM. SPENCER for assault with latent to kill a United
Slates soldier, adjourned on Thursday."
Moa. EMILY E. ALEXANDER has be?n com missioned by
the Department as Postmistress for Yorkvillo. A num
ber of female Postmast MB have been appointed in North
ST__LIN_ ALONO TUB RAILROAD.-The Winnsboro'
Tri- Weekly News Bays :
We have lately beard of several instances of loss along
the line of railroad,between this place and Olnrloiton.
It Is becoming a nuisance. Corn is stolen, and even
boxes nailed and hoopoi aro broken into. Cannot
something bo dono to pu* a stop to this plunder ?
?HKES VILLE, S. C-The Mountaineer of the 14th has
the following in relation to the weather and the crops :
Continued warm, growing weather has been the rale
since tho first of Juue. Corn is making a rapid start
upwards, not in prioe, but in the stalk and blades.
Irish potatoes are plenty, garden vog'i'ablos coming on
finely. Rye and oats very promising, and last, not
loast, many good crops of wheat over the country. This
crop la not equal, tho present yaar. to the best we have
had, but tbere will be about ten timos mire material lor
good flour produced In the upper dlstriots of the State
than last year. Ae an example, on a farm adjoining the
town of Greenville, tue simo quantity and qnality of
land in wheat, whiob, las year, yielded sixty two
bushel? weighing S? iba. to (ho busiiel, this year yields
four hundred bushels of wheat weighing SO lbs. to
the bimbel, or twelve times last year's product. The
scarcity of old corn In the district, and high prices, will
make wbeat difficult to procure by the generality of
consumers; and we will still require importations of
provisions from othor parta of the country to supply the
[From the Columbia, S. C., Southern Presbyterian.]
The Board of Directora of the Theological Seminary
in this placo, held its annual mooting last week. We
bavo not room this week to give a full account of its
The Board adopted tho following important resolu
Resolved. 1. That in the present unsettled and Im
poverished condition of the country, it is not thought
expedient to Inaugurate any general s?beme to raise
funds among the churches for the re-endowment of the
Seminary; bat that it be recommended to the Synods
heretofore co-operating in the support of tho Seminary
to raise, each in Ita respective bounds and by suoh agonoy
as may be thought bent, the sam of one thousand dol
lars to supplement the salaries of four professorships.
3. That in order to carry this measure into effect, the
Rev. Dr. Howe and Rev. Wm. Banks be appointed a
committee to attend the next meeting of Synod of South
Carolina; the Rev. Dr. Woodrow and Rev. Rufus K.
Porter, the Synod of Georgia; the Rev. Drs. Adgor and
Stillman, tbo Synod of Alabama, and the Rev. Drs. Pal
mer and Lyon the Hyuod of Mississippi.
8. That th.? ladies throughout all our churches be
earnestly requested t J engago in raising funds, in any
way that ray be thought boat, for the support of indi
gent yonng mon who may bo ongiged in tbe prosecu
tion of their the ?logical studies; and that tbo pastors of
the churohoa be requested to aid the lodies by their ad
vice In the prosooatlon of this ?nderte ing.
4. That the Rev Messrs. Dwight Wltliorspoon, of
Memphis. Tenn , Thoo. R. Welch, of Little Ii. ?ck, Ark.,
N. Chevalier, of Gonzales, Texis, be requested to solicit
contributions In their reopeotlvo Synods, as thoy may
bave opportunity, for the general use of the Seminary.
6. That, while adop'ln* the abovo plan to rollove the
immediate pressing wants of the Seminary, the Board
would nevertheless urge sum Individuals ia tho
churches a? may havo th? means, to make con trlbntlons
for the permanent eutowment of the Hemlnnry. And
they would therefore request the Uev. Dr?. Joseph B.
Wilson, (ames A. Lyon. B M Palmer, and Rev. J. R.
Burgett, to act as a committee to raise fund? for the
permanent endowment of the Seminary.
-m 0 ?
A California paper say? a largo 1? o has been disco vor .
ed In toat State, from the waters of whiob can be ob
tained a large q?tanti ty of borax without much trouble,
and In a state of al _oit absolute purity. Considering
the fsot that tbe rvorld is now dependent on the lsgoons
of Tnsoany for ita borax, and the contingency that this
foreign supply may at any time be cutoff, this discovery
1? of no tittie imp?rtanos.
Auction Sales T>ils Day.
MOKAT & CAMPBELL will sell, this day, at No.
259 King-strcot (2d story), nearly opposite Hasel street,
at 10 o'clock, tho completo fixtures of a bar-room, en
tirely new, consisting of shakers, julep strainer?,
MILLIGAN, MBLOHERS k Co. will soil, thlB day, at
tho storo No. 151 King-street, at 10 o'clock, tbo ontlro
contouts of said store, coucietlng of boots, shoes, ko.
T. M. CATER will soil this day, on Brown's Wharf, at
10 o'clock, 20 hhds. bacon shoulders.
WE would call tho attention of rur readers to tho ad
vortisomont of Mosers. ANDERSON & SCUERMERUON,
joiners and model makers, No. ii Ann-stroot, Now York.
Messrs. A. & S. aro propared to execute orders in the
moat improved Roller Sea Island Cotton tlins.
THE attontlin of purchasers Is called to tho salo of
choice grocery sugars and Muscovado molasses adver
tised to be sold at auction by J. H RISLEY on Wednes
day, 20th limt T .eso aro tbo only lots of grocery su*
gars and molassos on our market in first hands, and as
the demand lu go ni and tho salo positivo, wo have no
doubt but tbo bidding will be spirited.
HOMOOPATHIC MEDICINE?.- Tho Homoeopathic system
of mo icol practico has becomo one of the fixed institu
tions of Amorlcan society. It can hardly any longer bo
considered an experiment. Dr. HUMFUREIB, whoso ad
vertisement appears In onr columns this woek, has long
and successfully glvon his attention to tho preparation
of specifics for tho various Ills which flesh is hoir to, and
is placing them In tho reach of all who may wish to test
tholr virtues.-Dunkirk Journal.
6 Depot. 6C2 Broadway, N. Y.
rriHE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 10 A. M.
JL to 2 P. M., at While Point UurdonBathlug House.
June l8_1 Proprietor.
AFIRST-f\LAS8 ICE CREAM AND REFRESH
MEN 18 SALOoN will opon ou Saturday, at No. 0
MOUTH B\Y. Ladies aud Gentlemen aro c ?rdially in
vited 11 call, as it is a delightful place to onjov the
Mu-io. Ruuiernber No. 8, opposlto tho Band Stand.
Seats will be placed on the balconies for the Ladies.
Jane 15 3* Solo Proprietor.
A SPLENDID BUGGY WAGON. WITH POLE AND
Shaft, suitable for two or four persons; made by
Wood Bro., New ?ork. For further Information, in
quire at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Meeting and
Market streets. Jane 14
COPIES OF GEN. B. E. LEE'S ' FAREWELL AD
DRESS to the Army of Northern Virginia.
For aale at
Jone?!_No. 0 BROAi .sl'itliEi'.
_ED X_ __V__ CD _Rt _EJ
MUTUAL IMIRM ?AM.
THIS COMPANY HAVING BEEN PUT IN POSSES
SION of their office, No. 20 BROAD-STREET, are
now prepared to It-SUE POLICIES ON BUILDINGS
BOARD OP DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM M. MARTIN. President
ROOH R. BANK*,
WM. C. BfcE,
AROH'D 8. JOHNSTON,
CHAS. V. CHAMBERLAIN,
J. REID BOYL8TON,
JOHN B. LAFIFTE.
Juno 13 wfm9 Secretary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON BILLIARD HALL,
Comer King aM Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. 000LE8T, AND MOST COMFORT
ABLE ROOM In the city, furnished with ?LEVEN
T?*rBL?-8, from the Manufactory of Alosara. KAVA
NAUGH k DECKER, New York.
L0RING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
The Bitter Fruits of Bad Bitters.
Invalid reader do you know what nine-tenths of the
bitter compounds yon are solicited by the proprietors
to accept as universal panaceas are composed of ? Give
heed for a moment. They are manufactured from un
purlfled alcohol, containing a considerable portion of
fusel oil, a poison almost as deadly as prusaio acid. The
basis of tho rognlar tlnctnrei of the Materia Medica is
the same. No amount of "herbal extracts" can over
come the bad tendency of this pernicious eloment. The
essence of sound Bye thoroughly rectified Is the only
stimulant which can be safely used as a component of a
Tonic, Alterative and Astl-BlUons Medicine, and H08
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS la the only medicinal
preparation in the world in which this article is used as
an ingredient Hence the extraordinary effects of this
great apeolfie. It gives strength without producing ex
citement. No other tonto does thiB. AU she ordinary
Bitters flush tho foco and affect the brain. HOSTETTKH'B
BITTERS diffuse an agroeablo calm through the nervous
system, promoto digestion, and produce sleep. No other
tonic so quickly revives the exhausted physical energies,
restores the appetite a_d removes the gloom and_ de
pression which always accompanies weakness of tho
bodily powers._ 6
?in experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presents to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Whloh greatly facilitates the prooeaa of Teething, b)
softening the gama, reducing all inflammations, will
all_7 ALL PAIN and spaamodlo action, and Is
SUBE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it wiU give roat to yourselvea
Relief and Health to Tour Infants.
We have pnt up and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say in confidence and truth of It what mt
have never been able to say of an other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A BINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an instanoe of dissatisfaction by any one who
used it. On the oonlrary, all aro delighted with ita opt?
rations, and apeak In terms of commendation of ita
magical effects and medical virtues. Wo speak In thii
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' ezpe
rlonco, and PLEDGE CUU?ELVE8 FOR THE FULFIL,
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almost
ovory Instanoe where the infant la suffering from pall
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup la admlnlstorad.
Fall directions for using will aooompany ?.ach bottle
None genuino unless the fae tittil? of ODRT1H k PER
KINS, New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all drogglata throughout the world.
Prie? only 85 Canta per Bottle.
***** KINO & CASBIDEY.
february ia ?mo J _ ?no noa
At Private Sale.
BY J. DJUTVOH Mm?.
$9000 STATE SOUTH CAROLINA SIX TER CENT.
?45C0 CITY CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT. STOCK.
$3001) NORTHEAS'IF.RN RAILROAD 8EVJ-N PER
CENT. BON 08.
$2000 MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
8EVEN PER CENT. BONDS
NINETY H.VEN SHARES SJUTH CAROLINA RAIL
ROAD AND BANK STOCK.
Apnly as Bbovo, at No. 40 BHOAD-8TREET.
Fiftu Acre Farm on FAisto Island.
BV SMITH ?Si ?1< ?UIl.l VKW.
At Private Salo
Will be sold, on acommodatlng terms, a WELL SET
TLED FARM OF FIFTY A0RE8, with good tiwolltug
and all necessary outbuildings. Titles indisputable.
Apply, an above, at
No 27 BROAD-ST., 80UTH SIDE, NEAR STATE.
_ Juno 14_
OKANOEBURO FICRIAL.K COLLEGE!.
rrtOR SALE, THAT DEsIRAfBLE PROPURTY, StTU
L ATED lu tho Town of Oraugobitrg, and known as
the ORANGE-UHG fc'EVf ALE COLLEGE Tho build
ing ia largo, and uultablo for a Hotel or Boarding School,
being capable of accommodating about two hundred
(2U0) persons. On tho premises aro gas works for sup
plying tho building with gas; 'aud a Ano orchard and
gordon. Tho grounds aro ampio and eligibly located,
being near the railroad depot.
Tcram-Ono-tenth cash ; balance in ton equal an
nual instalments, secured by mortgage of tho prop
erty; the buildings to bo kept Insured and policy
assigned, or a credit on tho whole amount of tho. pur
chase may be hod by giving approved personal socurlty
in addition to the mortgage, Ac, tho purchasor paying
only cash onough to defray expenses of salo. For far
ther particulars, apply to
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
No. 46 East Boy, corner Boyeo _ Co.'s Wharf.
JlSr-Orangcburg Times insert abovo ono month and
send bill to Courier Office. fmwlmo May 28
JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH, TAKES
pleasure la announcing that ho has succeeded lu
purchasing the GREATEST BARGAINS of tho season,
which ho now offers, together with tho rent uf bia stock,
at remarkably low pricos.
4-4 t-.NuLIsH PRINTS, at 26 conta, fast colvie
4-4 Scotch GlnghaniB, at 26 cents
English Bareges, fine qua ity, 26 cents
Fine Grenadines at 40 cents
Super French Grenadines, reduced fr.ini $1 60 to $1
Colored and Black Si'ls lu var.o ty, at reduced pricos
Black Bareges and AlpaciiR
A fresh supply of
A full lino of
COTTON CAMBRICS, and
A complato assortment of the newest stjloB
The choicest aieortment of o
GIMPURE AND BRUSSELS LACES
ever offered in this city.
IRISH LINENS of tho most celebrated branda
Table Linens in aU qualities
Linen Towels from 12!; oents and upwards
Iiusula and Bird-Eyo Diapers
L. O. Handkerchiefs, for Ladles and Gente
10-4 and 12-4 Boblnot Lace for Pavillons
Colored and White Mareemos Quilts.
A full line of Ladlee' and Gente'
Comprising the best English manufactures.
A large assortment of
SILK LACE MITTS
at 60 cents and upwards.
Best qualities Silk and Lisio Thread .
a LO VES,
for Ladies and Gents.
for Men's and Boys' werr.
TOO ET--n WITH
A complete assortment of
SEASIDES, SUNDOWNS, AND RIBBONS,
SEASIDES and SUNDOWNS at 60 cents and upwards
SILK RIBBONS, all widths and colon.
A splendid assortment of choice
FLOWERS AND WREATHS.
June 13 wm2 Nu. 248 KISG.8TREET.
?.PRING AND?? GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of Informing
the publlo that be ia receiving a lull assortment of
OLOTHB, OA838IMERE8, COATINGS AND VE8TING8
of the best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Bummer wear.
Theae goods having boen purchased recently, and at
very low figures, persone wishing anything in mr Uno
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them up in the very beat atyte at Edderton k
Richarde* old stand, No. 82 Broad-street
March 80_J. B. PHILLIPS.
CARPENTERS, JOINERS, PATTERN AND
& BERING VALVES AND ALL KINDS OF PAT
TERN8 for macblnory executed with dispatch.
Fittings for stores and of&oes SHIPPED TO ANT PABT OF
.GfX-761 GrIIX?SI GUNS!
IMPROVED ROLLER SEA I8LAND COTTON GINS
constantly on hand. Address all orders to
ANDERSOM _ SOHERMERHON,
Rear No. 47 Ann street, *Sew York.
Jone l8 _i_wf8mo
PAVILION HOTEL STABLES,
RODDIN <f_ PICKETT,
NO. 148 MEETiNG-STBEET, TWO DOOIU
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS ESTABLI8HMK A T
are now prepared to furnish the publlo at ; , o
?hortest notice with Carriages, Buglios, _c.
A NEW HEABSE
baa been received, and we are prepared to aiton 1 to
funeral o*Ila with promptness and on moderate tor IDS.
Jim?? *l ?rf?a .
H. W. SOHBODER,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW AND MAQI?TRATM.
Law Plice, In teal' ol Court Bouse.
June 11 12*
BY Mci*. AY St CAMPBELL.
TBI8 DAY, 18lh instant, will bo sold. No. at 2B9 King,
stroet (la story), nearly opposito Basel street, at 10
TBE CO.MPLETE FIXTURES OF A BAR ROOM EN
SHAKERS, JULrP STRAIN BUM, SPOONS, ALH
MUGS. Tray?, Tumbler*, ?Mo Goii!?t?. I,*;?T OiosBoa,
Pony QIassca, Hock Glasses, Pater Goblets, Calory
(llinses, Bitters bottle?, FiiiKcr Bo vi?, O'aokor. CIKJOBO,
and ?-ligar Ilowln, Pouch Bow), I. R. Mjtu, I. R. Spit
toons?, ii?' , \c.
1 Nf.W COUNTER, with ICE BOXES, all cjmploto
42 yards Eii?lUh oil Chili, ?iii* piteo
3 Wire Wh dow blindes, aCi?S
1 Oval Mirror
2 largo Photographs, Gens. R. E. Lee and Grant
' iJiiiinu Table
1 Chamber aot
20 bankets "PIPER HElOslCK," to closo consign
Conditions cash. Articles to bo removed injinudiatoly
aftor tho solo. Jlluo jg*
BY MILLIGAN, Ml I.? Ill, Its Ai CO.
THIS DAY, 18tli Instant, at 10 o'clock, at ?> *, Store
No. 4Ct Klng-atTeet, ono door northeast of Jo .-stroet?
will be sold.
I HE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF SAID ST .3,
C0NB1STINO OF I
A large lot of BOOTS, SHOES. Hats, Trun! Carpet
Bags, llot, cases and cartoons, BO., ko. .no l8
20 hfl/dt. Bacon Shoulders, on account of ,. takers,
BY T. M. CATER.
W1U bo sold Tfll8 DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at 10
20 hhrTfl. BACON SBOULDER8, on account of packers.
Conditions cash. Juno l8
Handsome Oak and Mahogany Furniture, Bed
BY CLIFFORD at ti A rn ir,\v us.
Will bo sold, st 11 o'clock, at House No. 7 J East Bay, I
TO-MORROW, ihe l'Jth in? taut,
OAK and WALNUT COTTAGE SEIS complete,
Mahogany, Walnut and Oak French and Children's
Mahoginy, Cane Sent and Mohair Chairs, Rockors and
Lareo and ?niall Oak Ice HOUS-B,
Mahogany Book Caso. Card and Centre Tabl?n,
Walnut Kxtcnelou Dining Tnblo,
One Holmen' Tlicrapentii' Chair.
Safen, Matting, WaRhHtands, Mattresses, CiU, Air
Eed and Pillow, i.e., ice.
Ono new, light DUGOY, with Harness, Umbrella and
Terms Cash. Juno l8
Bricks attd Stonework.
BY I.Dil- D DeSACSSUUE.
On WEDNE9DA?, tho 20th InBt, at 12 M., will bo sold
at the site of tho "Theatre Lot," lu Meetlog-stroot,
sonth of Market-street,
Tho BRICKS AND STONEWORK on the "Theatre
Lot," as they now stand.
Conditions cub. _Jane l8
2300 Boxes Banana Sugar, Cargo of French Bark
"Ange Guardienne, from Havana-By Order
of Captain Constance Bijou, Master of said Ves*
BY J. A. ENSbOW ?St CO.
TO-MORROW, 19th Juno, will be sold, at the New Cus
tom House, corner East Bay and Market-streets, at 11
o'clock A. M.,
Tho 0?AHGO of the French bark "Ango Qnardienne,
from Havana, comprising,
TWENTY-THREE -UNBRED BOXES HAVANA
SUGAR, Good to Primo Reflulng quality.
agr-Savannali liopnblican, Augusta Oonstitutlonallst,
Columbia Phoenix, Atlanta Intelligencer and Wilming
ton Journal will Insert tho ubovo until day previous to
sale, and send bills to J. A. E. k Co. Jane l8
Cargo Sale of Mitscooado Sugars and Molasses.
BY JOS. II. KI-i?i.V.
On WEDNESDAY, ?tith Juno, at 11 o'cleck A. M.. will
be sold at Accommodation Wharf, tho cargo of soar.
"E. L. B. Wales," from Ma'anzae, Cuba,
38 hbds. first quality MUBO )VADO MOLASSES
1 tierce first quality Muscovado Molasses
63 hhds. primo quality Muscovado MolssaeB
15 tierces primo quality Muscovado Molasses
90 hhds. ver; superior Grocery 8ugars
20 hhds. flrat quality Orocery Sugars.
Term s at sale.
Sg-'lho Havannnh Rapubllcao, Augusta Constitution
alist, Columbia Pheonix, and Atlanta Intelligence r, copy
and send bUls to Courier ofBco. _Ju te l8
Lot in Northwi-stern Part of the City.
_ BY JAtllKS 1?. OA%TT.
On THURSDAY next, 19th inst. at tho corner of Broad
and Eaat tay streets, at 11 o'clock, will bo offered,
ALL THAT VE117 V.ALUABLE LOT OF LAND on the
north sido of Bogard-street, next to tho cornor of Kut
ledgc-strcet, adjoining Land ot Hon. Geo. A. Treaholm:
measnrlng in front on Bogard-street ninety-throe feet,
and in depth from north to soutn two hundred and
eleven feet, be the same more or lose.
The location an J size of this -otshould command the
attention of parties seeking investment
Terms of Bals- One-third cash; balance in one and
two years, secured by bond, with interest from -ate and
mortgage of properly Or the purchaser may pay the
whole in cash. Purchaser to pay 3. L. G. for papers.
?r/\ DOZEN CHAIBS AT TEN DOLLARS PEE
DI/ DOZEN. 'For solo by
ARCHIBALD GETTY A CO.,
Juno 16 fm?3 No. 12? Meeting-street.
mHE WAPPOO MILLS (FORMERLY THE PROPEB
X TY of Mr. J. H. 8TEINMEYKR), have been thor
oughly ovorhanlcd anil are now in full operation. I am
prepared to cnt Yellow and Plteh Pine Lumber of any
length and size, at abortest notice, from a Urge and well
selected atook. At low tide there is 12 feet of water at
my Wharf, and dispatch can be guaranteed to vessels.
?Any orders entmated to me will be carefully executed
under my periooalanpervialon.
May l8 Imp_JOHN G. THURSTON.
THE SUITER NEWS,
H. L. DARU,
SXJMTEE, S- O.
A GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOB MERCHANTS
CIRCULATION RAPIDLY INCREASING.
THE PROPRIETOR, WELL KNOWN IN CHARLES
TON, offera to his old friends the columns of his
paper sa a good ADVERTISING MEDIUM, and solicits
a snare of their patronage, feeling assured that he can
give entire satisfaction both in stylo and prices, he
bolng a PRACTICAL PRINT Eil, and w11 givo bia enure
attention to his paper.
BUSINESS CARDS Inserted at reasonable rates.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken by contract.
Bnsiness Letters will bo addressed to
H. L. DARR,
May 30_ Stimter, South Carolina.
I WILL ATTEND AT MES-tRS. GAILLARD AND ML
NOrT'8 OFFICE, Vanderhorat Wharf, on Thursday,
InnoSlat, to receive Taxes for the Parlah-s of St. Jamos'
Binteoand St. Stophona; after which time inv book!
will be ch.BOd. A. II DU PRE,
June IA thmtbS* _' T*x Collector.
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