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The Daily News,
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1866.
!?. SES SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. n?
WE ABE Indebted to M. M. QOIKK & BBO. for all the
late papers, HABPEBS', GODEY'S and several late and in?
To OOBBESPONDENTB.-Mr. L. 0. is 'referred to the
Columbus5?? for particulars, as our information ia en?
tirely obtained from tha' source.
PEBSONAL.-We are glad to welcome back to Charles?
ton our friend, tbe Rev. E. J. MEYNABDIE, who has just
returned in improved health and spirits from a short
?visit to the North.
POKTBY.-We would call the attention of our literary
friends to the stanzas published in another column
from the pen of Professor F. W. THOMAS. We make no
comments, but leave the verses to speak for themselves.
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK for July has been received
from Mr. YOLGEB, successor to RUGG, In Market-street,
who has always on hand all the latest dailies, weeklies
MB. B. LAKE, NO. 69 Broad-street, has a full stock of
aU the latest periodicals. GODKY, for July, and all the
latest weeklies and monthlies are always to be found
here. . ".
fi INQUEST.-Coroner WHITING, yesterday, held an in?
quest on the body of a negro man who was found dead |
In a cart on South Bay, at the foot of King-street. De?
ceased was seen the day before by several citizens, with |
his nose bleeding badly. It was probable, from the ap?
pearance of the body, that deceased had died from the ]
hemorrhage, and the jury found a verdiot accordingly.
UNIVEBBITY OF VIBGIHIA.-A young friend, a member
of this favorite old Beat of learning, has kindly sent ns a
catalogue. From it we learn that there are now two
hundred and fifty-eight students In attendance, from
the State i of Virginia, Maryland, Alabama, North
Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Louisiana, West
Virginia, Georgia, Kentuoky, Texas, Mississippi,
Missouri, New York, New Jersey, - Pennsylvania, Dela?
ware, District of Columbia, Illinois and California.
Thirty-six attend the lectures on Medicine, sixty-seven
those on Law. ? larger number hear the lecturea on
Natural Philosophy than those on any other branch, the
number being one hundred and seventeen. We are
pleased to note these signs of prosperity in this excel?
lent Southern institution.
GOOD SPECIMEN OF COTTON.-The Sumter News Bays:
"Colonel WM. NETTLES, of Privateer, has handed us for
inspection a stalk of Cotton, the growth of which we
consider as something astonishing, when we remember
the unpropitious seasons we have had. This stalk is
between twelve and thirteen inches in height. We un?
derstand from Col. NETTLES that he has about forty j
acres ef cotton averaging this yield, and that the fer?
tilizer applied to its production is a mixture of COB'S |
Phosphate of Lime and Peruvian Guano."
MAYOB'S COUBT, Thursday Morning, June 21.-A ca?
daverous Individual, who appeared yesterday in a dis?
gusting case for being drunk, was up again for the
same offence. He was clean this morning, and it being
the same old drunk, and Ms landlord speaking in his
behalf, he was discharged.
? case of smoking on the wharf was suspended until
witnesses might appssr. They did not come in a j
A shaggy man was brought up for beating a woman.
Woman did not appear, and he was discharged.
A very rough, short, snubby Irishman was flnod t><? >
for being drunk and disorderly, which, in his private j
opinion publicly expressed, was "very sharp."
* PBOVOST COOBT, June 21.-The Court opened in the
full force of judicial dignity. The newly appointed
Judge, Brevet Major D. T. COBBIN, presided, assisted j
by Associate Judges BORGER and MOBLAIB.
United StateB vs. Charlotte Daniels (colored)-Stealing
a watch. -OATHAKIN E HOGAN, sworn : On Saturday
morning, about 6% o'olook, she came to me for work,
and to get some milk. She went round to look for her
baBket, which she had left. I saw my watch hanging |
np a few minutes before, and when she left I ra hued it.
No one elsa was in the room from the time I saw it un?
til she left. Yesterday met her on the Bay ; coaxed her I
up to my house, and charged her with stealing the j
watch. She denied it. It was hanging on the dook,
back of my store, and it was a silver-cased watch, worth
about $25. There is a door from the shop to the hack
room, and one from the baok room to the yard. I was
In the shop all the time, from when She came in until
she left. There were others of my family in the house,
bot not in the s toro, She was only there long enough
to go In and come right out agiin. The watch had a
black hard string tied to it for a guard.
DANIEL HABT, sworn : Saw defendant have a single,1
cased silver watch by WILEY'S Wagon Yard. She want?
ed to sell it. It had a silver case on one Bide and a glass
on the other, and a hard. string to lt. Never knew Mrs.
JOHN BABBY, sworn : Yesterday I found the defendant
and she said she had stolen the watch, sad sold it to a
man for $1.25. Told her if she confessed she should not
be punished. I am a State Constable. The man she
sold it to is on a boat, and has gone away. Said she
stole it because she was hungry, and she thought it a
trifle. Defendant guilty. Sentenced to sixty days'
hard labor, subject to the order of tbe Post Commander.
Guess she wont think it a trifle.
United 6 tates vs. Daniel 81mons (colored)- Stealing
Fish,-Defendant pleads guilty to stealing six strings of I
Cain Richardson, sworn: Defendant stole six strings
of.fleh from me; they were fresh; I employed defendant
to sell two strings at 60 cents and four at 25 cents each;
he had a ticket to sell them.
?..Guilty, $10 br thirty days' hard labor on the streets.
United States vs. Henry Barrington (colored)-Steal
"lng Shoes -HKNBY WEINHEIMEB, sworn: Last night,
after 8 o'clook, lour men came into my store to buy
shoes, the defendant among them ; defendant went to
. a nail and took down a pair of shoes and threw thom to
another man, who ran away; I ran and called a police?
man who caught him; this storo is No. 318 King street;
they each had a poir of shoes, and when they were pur?
sued all dropped them and ran off, except the ones de?
fendant stole. They are worth $2.50; gas lamp by store
Guilty, $6 or fifteen days' hard labor on the streets.
United States vs. Thomas Bennett (colored).-Assault |
and Battery,-W. R. SAUNDEBS, sworn: I was going
home last night, a little after sundown, when the de?
fendant was on the other side of the street, and threw
several bricks at me and struck me twice; I saw him
throw the lost two bricks; Iran after him and got a |
Policeman to arrest him.
Guilty. Ten days' hard labor on the streets.
United States vs. Philip Moultrie and Henry Squ ires
(colored)-Assault and Battery.-Defendant Squires ,
pleads guilty to boating Julia Jenkins.
Janies LadBon sworn: Saw Julia Jenkins yesterday
about 9 A. M., very bloody; she said that Bhe had been
beaten; her clothes ?ere nearly all torn off and were!
Julia Jenkins sworn: SquireBbeat and kicked mo, and
hit me with a brick and boxed -me, and tore my
jacket off; Moultrie did not beat me at all.
Moultrie not guilty. 8quires guilty, $10 or sixty dayB'
hard labor on the streets.
There were two other unimportant cases, in which the
defendants were discharged with reprimands
Curious specimens of physiognomy are often seen in
tho Provost Court. To-day there was present a verv
remarkable looking negro. He was black, genteelly
dressed, hearty and robust. What was remarkable in
his appearance was his hair and beard. These were
perfectly straight, and once were black, but have be?
come plentifully sprinkled with gray.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON PLEA8 -
Court met this morning at 10 A. M. Judge DAWKINS
gave an earnest and eloquent charge to the Grand Jury,
calling their attention particularly to the crime of bur?
glary, which was alarmingly on the increase;' oleo, to
the houses of ill-fame with which the city is infested,
and, which, as a nursery for crime, are a general nui?
The first case called was the State vs. Callan, for mur
der. The prisoner was brought in and the indictment read
by tho Clerk. It was therein stated, that on the 27th of
April, the prisoner did wound one Ed. Milligan to such
an extent, that after lingering some time, he expired on
the 11th of May. The prisoner plead not guilty, and ae
his counsel were not fully prepared, was remanded until
A case of selling liquor without license was also re?
manded until to-morrow.
The State vs. Thos. Boach, for burglary, was the next
on the docket. This, it will bo remembered, was the
case of robbery th a!; occurred at the Pavilion H otel
some time back. Tho prisoner was placed nt the bar
and the indictment read, charging him with having, on
the night of tho ICth of May, burglariously entered tho
Pavilion Hotel, and robbing Mr. James Epps, of Ohren- ,
don District, who waa stopping there, of the sum of
$2500. The prisoner plead not guilty, and a Jury WBB
1 he first witness called was the prosecutor, Mr. James
Epps. He deposed that be resided in Clarendon Dis?
trict; that he had come to Charleston for the purpose of
attending to some business, and had put up at the
Pavilion Hotel; on the 10th he had sold some co'ton to
Messrs. Lee & Spenoer, who paid him the money, some
$2700, in large bills, lOO's, 60*s, and 20's; he had tied
this money in a package in the presence of Mr. Spencer,
and placed it in his pants pocket, with some other
articles; the money was in his pocket when he retired;
he slept in the samo room with his son (No. 58), and on
retiring placed his clothes upon a chair; his son did not
come up until two hours later; he had latched the door,
but did not go to sleep until his son arrived, when the
door was looked; he did not hear any noise, and was
not alarmed until morning; ho awoke about i A. M.,
when it was barely daylight, and immediately missed
his pants; he called his son's attention to the fact, and
they gave the a'arm.
j Cross-examined- By R. W. Seymour, Esq., counsel for
? the prisoner.-Monoy was counted by banker and
wrapped up by Mr. Fpencor in Mr. Hank's office; the
key w as in the lock on tho inside of the door ; had never
t.iken it ont; found the door locked in the morning when
he gut up. Witness was asked If he could recognize
any of the articles; replied in the affirmative; said the
panta he would kjaow anywhere; that there were two
knives in the pockets, one new, the other a white han?
dled one belonging to his daughter, which he would
recognize anywhere. A bundle was handed him, which
he .undid hastily, taking out the contents, he exclaimed
"here's tho old pants now;" the two knives were also
found in the pockets, which he identified.
: Daniel Epps, sworn : Deposed that ho was in town
with his lather on the night of the 10th ; came to bed
about two hours after him; the door was not locked
? hen he came in, but he locked it before retiring. His
father was up the first in the morning and immediately
missed his pants. He thou looked for his own pooket
book, and that was also gone, Pocket book had $8C in
D. S. ourrenoy, some old State money, a ring, 4c. ; had
pocket book in vest pooket.
Cross'Examined.- His father discovered tho loss in
i the morning, and gave the alarm; he remained in the
room. They had a kerosine lamp; burnt it all night; it
had burnt out when they got up. A pocket-book WBB
handed to him which he recognized as his; it had the
ring, State monoy, two keys, and a receipt of his in it,
but the $35 greenbacks were all gone.
Mr. WilBon, clerk of the Hotel, was then sworn. He
stated that he was aroused by the watchman. He look?
ed at his register, and found that the prisoner and a
man named Holt had roomed there that night. Sus?
pecting them, he went to their rooms. By .looking over
the door, he could see into the room. He found No. 17,
Holt's room, empty, had not been slept in; No. Ol,
Bosch's room, was empty, but in a tumbled condition.
The lamp waa upset and some paper burnt on the floor.
From remains of paper he judged it was an insurance
policy. He alarmed Mr. H. L. Butterfield; io formed the
detectives, and put them on the track. He had suspect -
ed prisoner and the other man from the first.
Mr. McMinnis, watchman, sworn, stated tbat Boaoh
and Halt came in about 12 o'olock, and paid for night's
lodging and breakfast; assigned them different rooms,
but they preferred to sleep together; went to No. 61.
At quarter to i Roach came down, and waa let out; he
never saw Holt; don't know how he got out. He after?
ward went with detective O'Brien, and they arrested
the prisoner in Princess street. Ho had on an army
pistol and $300 upon him.
O'Brien being sworn, stated substantially the same
story. He was notified by Mr. Butterfield, and arrested
the prisoner, Mr. McMinnis recognizing him.
Lieut. H. W. Hendricks boing sworn, deposed that he
was officer of tho day ; prisoner was brought in on Satur?
day morning, 12th May; was locke. 1 up; got a descrip?
tion of Halley, and had him arrested ; nothing was found
on him; received Information ?rom Holt (whoso true
name was Halloy), whoro some of the things wore con?
cealed ; wont round to Pavilion Hotel, and found pocket?
book concealed tn mattress on bed, in No. 61; tho pants
were lound in a washstand in No. 67; No. 57 was un?
occupied and unfurnished; was noxt to No. 68, where
Mr. Epps slopt, He also found a burglar's vice conceal?
ed in ..tho burnt district; paid some negroes $5 to help
him find lt; toe vice was produced in Oourt; by means
of it, a door could be locked and unlocked from the out-'
Mr. spencer, of the firm of Leo & Spencer, testified
that ho had soU tho cotton for Mr. Epps, and paid him
the money In large bills. He saw the package tied up and
put in his pocket; it wis wrapped in an insurance
This cloped tho testimony, and thoro being none for
the defence, the Attorney-General addressed the jury,
followed by Mr. Seymour for tho defence.
A. JudgeDawki s briefly summed up all the arguments,
and delivered a olear and conciso chargo to tho jury.
The jury retired, and after being absent about thirty
minutes, ?turned a verdict of guilty of grand larceny.
After receiving tho verdict the Court adj ouruod un til 10
A, M. this morning
SOUTH CABOLINA RAILBOAD.--Tho South Carolinian, of
Our citizens will bo pleased to learn that freights have
been reduced on tho South Carolina Rallroa 1, and an era
has been inaugurated by tho company that calls to mind
the palmier days before the war. We cito, as instances,
leduotionsonthefroightof the following articles: Oats
to 10 cents; corn to 12 cents; salt to 70 cents; chartered
cars to $60; coal and ice to $6 25 per ton, and 25 per
cent, on stock.
Arrangements have likewise been made for tho early
rebuilding of the depot, and the commencement of the
old system of receiving and forwarding. General Super?
intendent Peake has also lamed oidersfor the recon?
struction of tho platform at the Charlotte Junction, so
that freight may be shipped through from Charleston
without the present delay and inconvenience. Freights
may then be paid here instead of at Charleston. All th ia
work will be accomplished between tho first and fifteenth
of July. An improvement of this description has long
been desired, but the difficulties with which tho railroad
company have hid to contend have moasurably prevent?
ed the consummation 85 devoutly wished for.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.-Tho samo paper gives tho following
It IsimposBiblo to walk any distance through any
street lu Columbia, without seeing two persons con?
ferring together, one of whom ls poiutlng up or down
the street, aud apparently trying to point round tho
corner likewise, while tho other is gazing at him with a
countenance In which attention and mystification are
painfully blent. You know at once, without a klug,
that it is some poofstranger inquiring hts way through
the nameless thoroughfares of this town. The pa r al?
ways part in the same way, the citizen with an air of
exhaustion, as it it had tasked tho utmost powers of his
mind and body to give anything like definite directions;
and the stranger, with a look and step Indicating no?
thing but a vaguo impression, on his part, that he must
turn all manuoi- of corners and walk toward every qua r.
ter of tho compass. The eoene ls not without I ts
pathos, but though witnessed every dty it touches n o
body's heart, or the streets would be named and signs
put up. < mmim.
Auction Sales Tilts Day.
R. M. MAMU ALL will sell at his sales room, No. 33
Broad-street, at ll o'olock, the furniture of a famil y de?
clining housekeeping; also, Melton cloth.
HENRY COBIA & Co. will sell at half-past 10 o'clock, on
Patton's Wharf, foot of HaBel-street, 65 bales of Eastern
hay, tlightly damaged.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL, next Poatofflce, will sell at 10
o'olook, the furniture of a family declining housekeap
ing; also, spring wagon, Canton matting, imported li?
quors and groceries.
WM. M. PELOT will sell at his offioe, No. 49 Br oad
stroot, at ll o'clock, household furniture, two spring
carts, dray, &c.
MILES DBAEIS will sell at his storo, corner of King and
Liberty streo's, at 10 o'clock, boots, shoes, dry goods,
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES. -The Homoeopathic system
of me Meal practice has become ono of the fixed institu?
tions of Amorican society. It con hardly any longer be
considered an experiment. Dr. HUMPHREYS, whose ad?
vertisement appears in our columns this week, has long
and successfully given his attention to the preparation
of specifics for tho various ills which flesh is heir to, and
is placing them in the reach of all who may wish to test
their virtues.-Dunkirk Journal.
6 Depot, 662 Broadway, N. Y.
FLOUE, FLOUE, COEN, &c.
1 A A BBLS. 8UPER FLOUR
?.\J\J 250 bbls. Uhoice Extra Flour
50 bbla. Fine Flour
100 bbls. New York and Baltimore Bye Flour
2000 bushels White Corn
T< gether with
876 bbls. Choice fresh ground Extra Bakers' Flour.
Received per steamer "Quaker City," which will be
sold low, to close consignment, by
STENHOUSE & CO.,
June 22 3 No. 110 EaBt Bay.
A AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
^?\J\J\J lauding from steamer E, C. Knight, on
North Atlantic Wharf. For sale by
June 2 J 2 WILLIS & CHI8QLM.
CORN AFLOAT !
1 OA A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND- j
Lt4\J\J INO on Brown's Wharf.
ALSO, IN STORE,
2r00 bushels primo WHITE CORN
:j000 bushels Mixed Corn
1000 bushels Yellow Corn
1000 bushels Prime Oats. For sale by
JNO. CAMPS EN & CO.,
No. 14 Market-street,
June 21 2 Opposite State-street.
ftAAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVISION
a\J\J\J CORN per steamer Knight, for sale low
by JOHN S. BIRD, Jn. A CO.,
June 21 2 Corner Church and Tradd streota.
FLOTTE ! FLOUE!
QEA BBLB. EXTRA SUPERFINE AND MIDDLING
ZOU FLOUR. For sale by
JNO. CAMP8EN & CO ,
No. 14 Market- treet,
June 21 2 _Opposite State-street.
CEOCKEEY ! CEOCKEEY !
" (\ ORATES CROCKERY, EACH CRATE A8SORTED
>}\J expressly to suit retail trade; landing ex bark
Rockwood, from Liverpool, and for sale by
COHEN, HANOKEL & CO.,
No. 46 East Bay,
June 21 2 Corner Boyce's Wharf.
ST AAA BUSHELS HEAV? WESTERN OATS,
Ol j\j\J to arrive per schooner "Wide World."
For sale by T. J. KERR ft CO.,
Juno 21 _3_Kerr's Wharf.
SSA A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER H AY.
JU(J For sale i i lot* to suit, by
T. J. KERR A CO.
June 21 _2_
K A A BOXES ARMY BREAD. FOR SALE BY
0\J\J T-J- KBRR * ??
PRIME NEW CEOP MUSCO
FOR SALE LOW FROM THE WHARF.
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No. HO EastBay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
SUPEEIOE MUSCOVADO MO?
LASSES, EttUAL TO PORTO RICO.
FOR SALE LOW FROM THE WHARF, BY
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf,
FLORIDA LEAF TOBACCO, FOR SALE LOW AT
NO. 7 STATE-STREET.
BUTTEE AND LAED.
1 er KEGS CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER
A ? 20 tubs choice GoBhen Butter.
2 5 firkins Lard
Landing from steamer Flambeau, and in store For I
sale by W. H. CHAFES,
June 20_wl2_No. 207 East Bay.
SMOKING AND CHEWING
GENUINE "KILLIKINIOK" SMOKING TOBACCO,
manufactured by "M. Moore," of Lynchburg, Va.,
In 6 lb. packages.
19 boxes Chewing Tobacco, snitable for country trade.
Fors?loby JAS. G. MOFFETT,
June 15 frnwd No. 24 East?Bay.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements onoe moro for the manufacture of
the best COTTON GINSevor made lu this country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Plantors and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, wo hope, be a suffi?
cient guarantee that the artlole will give entire satisfac?
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT A CO.,
May 14 Wlnnsboro. S. O.
LUMBEEM E 3ST
PARTIES ENGAGED IN CUTTING TIMBER, OR
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OR SHINGLES, will do well to call on the subscriber,
who having been for many years ongaged in the manu?
facture and shipment of Lumber and Timber, is well
posted as to tho wants and prices of different markets
and can alwoys furnish the latest markot reports from
Europe, South America, West Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Cities, and will furnish specifications
suited to different markets, and attend to the charter
lng of vessels, or give any information or assistance
that may be desire J. J03. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, cornor Accommodation Wharf.
ISAAC E, HERTZ & CO.,
Wo. 201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S_ O.,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared tj procure FREIGHTS and CHAR?
TERS. Masters of v?asela having no diroct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying as
GEO. A. HOPLEY & CO. RAVENEL & CO.
MOTTET, H?OHET & CO. MARSHALL, BEACH A CO.
WM. P. HALL. RuB'T MURE & CO.
MORDECAI & CO. WILLIS A CHISOLM.
ISAAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HUOHEX
Late co-partner of Mordecai A Co,
ISAAC E. HERTZ & GO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THU
purchase or sale of COTTON, RICE, LUMBER
NAVAL STORES, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
?nd to VESSELS consigned to onr care.
Also, to sales of all descriptions of Merchandise s
MORDEOAI & CO., E. LAFITTE & CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH & CO., E. B STODDARD & CO,
S. S. FARRAR, BROTHERS & CO.
Charleston, April 2, 18C6._ April 3
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) o
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
B. WILLIS.A, B. OHISOl Bf
Furniture of a Family Leaving the City.
McKAY ?SI C?MI'BKLL,
Next Postoffice, Hasel street,
Will sell THIS DAY. (FRIDAY), at 10 o'clock,
MAHOGANY SIDEBOARDS, SECRETAIRE, BU?
RKAUS, Centre and Card Tables, Washstands, Bedet,
Bedsteads, 8' fas, Cane Seat Chairs, Cane Seat Settees,
Dinner and Chamber Crockery, Goblets. China, Mattres?
ses, Bolsters, Pillows, Stair Rods, Matting, Cooking
Utensils, Ac., &c.
ONE FHOW CARE, GAS FIXTURES, ?C.
ALSO, TO PAY STORAGE AND EXPENSES,
STOVES AND SHOW OASE, kc, kc.
WILLOW BASKETS, MATTS, kc.
Conditions cash. Juno 22
Market Spring Wagon.
McKAY & CAMPBELL
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in front of their
Stores, Nos. 80 and 82 Hasel-street,
A superior (one horse) MARKET SPRING WAGON.
Conditions cash, June 22
Canton Mailing, by order of Consignee and ai risk
McKAY & CAMPBELL
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
17 pieces 4-4 CHECK MATTING
5 pieces 5-4 White Matting.
Conditions oaBh. june 22
Imported Liquors and Groceries.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
2 casks MADEIUA WINE
2 casks Port Wine
2 casks Superior Claret Wino.
An assortment of GROCEBIES.
Conditions cash. june 22
BY II EN HY COBLA ?fc CO.
THIS DAY, tho 22d inst,, at 10>? o'clock, will be sold,
, on Patton's Wharf, foot of Hasel-streot,
06 bales E ASTERN HAY, slightly damaged, and sold
on account of all concerned.
Conditions cash. june 22
BY II. M, MARSHALL.
THIS DAY, 22d inst, at ll o'clock, will be sold at my
Sales Room, No. 38 Broad-street,
Yards MELTON CLOTH of various brands, suitable
for the season.
Conditions cash. june 22
BY H.. M. MARSHALL.
THIS DAY, 22d instant, at ll o'clock, will be sold
boforo my Sales Room, No. 83 Broad street,
Tho FURNITURE of a family deolinlng housekeep?
ing, consisting of WARDROBES, Bedsteads, Sideboard,
Chairs, Rockers, Mattrosso?, kc, ko.
I PIANO, 1 fine Guitar, and 2 Mirrors. June 22
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
On TO-MORROW, 23d inst., at ll o'clock, will be eold,
before ray tales room, No, 33 Broad street,
4 WORK MOL US
I Draught Hors?)
Conditions cash. Juno 22
Desirable Property on Vendue Range.
BY COHEN, HAN. KEL & CO.
On TUESDAY, 20th June, at ll o'clook, will be sold, at
tho north of the Exchange,
All that LOT OF LAND with tho BRICK WALLS and
BRICKS thereon, situated at tho southwest corner of
Vendne Range and Prloleau-street, measuring on Ven?
due Range fifty-six (60 feet), by Bixty-three feet eight
inohea (03 feet 8 inches) on Prioleau-Btreet,moreor less.
Bounded on the north by Vendue Bange; east by Prlo
leau-Btreet; south by street leading to Brown's Wharf,
and weet by lands of-.
Terns- (#) one-fourth oash; balance by bond, payable
In three equal annual instalments, with interest from
dato of sale, securod by a mortgage of the property.
Purohaser to pay UB for popers. June 21
Farm near Summei'ville.
JAMES !.. GANTT
Offers at Private Sale
A FARM of 240 acres, within a mile and a half of thc
Summerville Depot. The improvements consist of a
very neat, new Cottage of four rooms, lathed and
plastered, kitchen and other requisite outbuildings.
Thirty acres, enolosedwith a good substont'al fence,
aud twontv of them nndor cultivation. It has been
fully tested and ls perfectly healthy. An accommoda?
tion train now runs regularly botwoen Summer vill4 and
tho city, making thia u very ecmvmilnnk residence for
one doing business in the city. It will be sold al .
vory low price. Apply as above at
N. W. CORNER BROAD AND CHURCH-STREETS.
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
Tho 8TORE and DWELLING No. 36 BROAD-STREET.
Apply as above, at my sales room,
Juno 21_3_No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ORAVGEBURG FEMALE COLLEGE.
FOR SALE, THAT DESIRABLE PROPORTY, SITU?
ATED in tho Town of Orangeburg, and known as
the ORANGEBURG FE VIALE COLLEGE. Tho build
lng is large, and suitable for a Hotel or Boarding Sohool,
being copablo of accommodating about two hundred
(200) persons. On tho premises are gas works for sup?
plying tho building with gas; and a fino orohard and
garden. Tho grounds are ampio and eligibly located,
being near the railroad rlopot.
Terms-One-tenth cash ; balance In ten equal an?
nual instalments, secured by mortgage of the prop?
erty; tho buildings to bo kept insured and polloy
assigned, or a credit on tho whole amount of the i pur?
chase may be had by giving approved personal socurity
in addition to tho mortgage, &o., tho purchaser paying
only cash enough to dorray expenses of sale. For fur?
ther particulars, apply to
COHEN, HANOKEL 4 CO.,
No. 40 East Bay, corner Boyce k Oo.'s Wharf.
43~Orangcburg Times insert ahovo ono month and
send bill to Courier Omeo, fmwlmo May 26
Aa experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presents to tho attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Willoh greatly facilitates the process of Teething, b)
Boi?ening the gums, reluclng all inflammations, wll!
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ls
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Depend upon it, motherB, it wiU give rest to yourBelvea
Relief and Health to Tour Infants,
We have put up and sold this article for over thirtj
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what wt
have never been able to er y of an other medioine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely need. Never did w e
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wbO
used it. On tho oonirary, all are delighted with ita ope.
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of iti
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In tbli
matter "what wo do know," after thirty years' expe.
rlenoe, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DEOLARE. In almost
evory instance where the infant is suffering from pair
and exhaustion, relief will bo found in fifteen or twenty
minutos after the syrup ia administered.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle
None genuine unlesB the fae simile of CURTIS k PER
KINS, New York, ls on the outside wrapper.
Uold by all druggists throughout the world,
Price only 35 Cents per Bottle,
For sale by
KING & CASSIDEY.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leasod this favorite honso, it
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And is uow prepared with the most perfect
appointments Tor the reception of guests.
The first position among first-class Hotels will be
maintained in the future, as in tho past.
May 31 8mos BAKER & FARLEY,
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Furniture, ?Sec
BY MILKS DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o "o'eek, will be soldat mjmtssm,
comer of King and Liberty streets,
50 esses and cartoons of seasonable BOOTS and
SHOES, juBt received by steamship Emily B. Sarita",
CONSISTING IN PART OF."
Casi s Men's Calf P. S. BOOTS
Casos Men's Calf Brogans and Balmorals
Cases Men's Calf Congress
Oases Boys' Calf Congress
Oases Ladies' Goat and Kid Balmorals
Cases Ladies' fine Lasting Congress
Cares Misses' fine Lasting Congress
Cartoons Ladies', Misses', and Children's Boots and
Pieces Printed Lawns, Striped, Dotted, and gulsrnl
Muslins, Grenadine and Bilzarine, Hickory Stripe,
Ticking, Black and White Lawn, English Longato??,
Shepherd's Plaid, Summer Cas si m ero?, Printed Dsj
L. B. Shirts, Gauze Undernhirts, Hosiery, Xadtos*
I Tucked Skirts, Hair Nets, Hair Brushes, Linea sal
Paper Collars, &o.
1 EXTENSION TABLE, 10 feet
1 Marble top Mahogany Bureau
Hair Mattresses, Aa, Ac. _JuneM
Household Furniture, Two Spring Carts, Dray, <2c.
BY WILLIAM M. FELOT.
WU 1 be sold, at my office, No. 49 Broad street THIS
DAY, 22d inst., at ll o'clock ?. M,
A fine COTTAGE SET, with Wardrobe compter.?
Mahogany Bookcase, Mahogany Bureau
Mahogany Centre Table
Mahogany inolosed Washstand
1 Mohair fancy Chair
1 Walnut Extension Dining Table
1 fine Walnut Child's Bedstead.
Cotton Mattiesses and Hair Pillows
Rhine, Blackberry, and Cordial Wines
Travelling Valises and Irons
[ Side Saddle, 9 fancy Oil Lamps
Two Spring Carts and Dray
Silver Watches and Jewelry.
Horses, Mules, Buggies, and Furniture received anta
the hour of sale. JuaeM
THE UNITED .->TATE8 MARINE HOSPITAL ABD
GROUNDS, locatid in the City of Charleston, & O,
will be sold to the highest bidder, subject to the ap.
proval of the bid by the Secrotary of the Treasury,!!
12 M., JULY 19th, 1866, on tho premises.
Terms of Sale-$1000 cash; balance In equal payments
of thirty, sixty and ninety days A Oer titi cate of Sato
will be givon at tho time, and tho deeds to be executed
upon the payment of the last instalment of the puren*?
money. A. G. MACKEY,
June 19 _Collector of Gastona.
SIGHT EXCHANGE ' :
ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, BOUGHT AM? ,
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS? te. !
GEO. W. WILLIAMS h 00,
Juno 6 wfml2 ._Hayne-stratt. ".
THIS COMPANY HAVING BEEN PUTIN POSS8S
SION of their office, No. 20 BROAD- STREBT, sn
now prepared to ISSUE POLICIES ON BUILDISCW
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM M. MARTIN, President.
HUGH R. BANK u FREDERICK RICHARDIS,
WM. C. BUE, HENRY BUIST,
AROH'D S. JOHNSTON, J. BEID BOYL8TON,
OHAS. V. OHAMBEBLAIN, JOHN B. LAFITTE.
June 18 wfmg_Beor? tar y and Treasurer.
THE LAURE NS VILLE ?HER ALB,"
PUBLISHED AT LAURENS COURTHOU8E,aO.
BY CREWS fr. SIMPSON.
H. L, M'OOWAN AND W. B, BALL, EDITO BS.
AS AN. ADVERTISING MEDIUM THE H ER ALB ,
offers rare inducements, having a circulation o4
near a THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS (and the list datty
increasing), among a peoplo of wealth and energy.
Ratos of advertising reasonable, _Janett
No. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ACHfr
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRIES
MILLS, always on bani'..
Agents for ARCHAMBAULT'S STRAM fc'NOIVE.aafl
IN'tEKHOLr.'" ''VT E., '. Ol/FR'N ' 't
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO,,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES SPORTER
WEST 18^ BET-" 7&8AVE?NEV?Y0R!?>
GEO. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets*
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY. OF
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to te
the best in the market, are now propared to supply ft?
TRADE of this oity and vioinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For salo in barrels and half barrels.
HUGER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETINQ-ST^
CHARLESTON. S. C.
j LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY}
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, ?*
April 2 _
*y ?BOINEST & BURKE RECEIVE TUR
latest New York DAILIES every after no-n. Prto?
O^ls. amcu Anetta