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Tile Daily News?
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1800.
SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -*?n\
TUE pto-iiimhip Moneka, Oapt. MARHUMAN, from New
York, arrived hero last ovontng with her accustomed
punctuality. Wo aro indobtod to Puraor CMISOLM for
"Ilion FnEionTs."-Wo call attention to tho comm u
nlcation on Ibis suujoct In auothor column of to-day's
NEWS. Wo hopo tho officers of the road iu question
will give tho matter their serious consideration, and
soon givo us a moro reasonable tariff.
THE steamship E. C. Knight, Oapt. HOLLINS, arrived
hero yesterday from Baltimore, consigned to Mosers.
WILLIS k CUIHOLM. She has on board a full cargo, nor
Comm niilor ia Oapt. HOLLINS, well known f~rmorly as
Commodore HOLLINS of tho navy, and ** ?o has a wldo
roputatlon os a gal'ant ofllcor.
COTTON BLCOMB.-f> ss.respondent from 8t. John's
Borkl?-- r-.-;-_:,, under dato of tho 18th lnst, tonds us a
green seod cotton bloom whloh opened on tho Sunday
previous lu a field of ten acres. He says "the crop in
this section cannot oxceod a half, owing to th? unfavor
able spring, bad stand, heavy raine, and an Indisposition
on tho part of tho f reodmen to work. Corn is generally
young, and with proper culturo and soasanablo rains,
may ylold a protty fair crop."
PROFESSOR THOMAS.-Our readers, and tho ladloB in
particular, should not forgot that to-night Professor F.
W. THOMAS will J oliver at Hibernian Hall a rich, raoy,
an 1 Interesting lee turo on Ufo and manners in Washing
ton, to bo closed with an original poem on Ireland. It
la rarely that wo aro alf jrdetl an opportunity to enjoy a
literary treat of thPi character, and no one capable of ap
preciating refined and intellectual amusoment should
fall to avail thoms?Ive? of tho ploaauro so kindly oilored.
Professor THOMAS liv-*d In Washington for many years,
and his delineations of groat men have tho raro advant
age of being drawn from tho Ufe.
CHAKI,r.sroN AND CINCINNATI ItAILnOAD.-Through a
private letter, dated Cincinnati, June 17, wo leam that
our delogation has boen vory kindly and oonrtoonely re
ceived by a nnmbor of the loading icorohants, and wero
walting for the arrival of tho Knoxville delegation.
Tuesday last, tho 19th, was fixed for tho meeting, and
we aro in daily expectation of a letter from our correa
pondent, giving full particulars of tho conference
81nco writing tho foregoing we havo received the Cln
clnnaU papera o? the 2l)th, from whtch we extract an In
teresting account of a meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce, which will bo found on our first page,
MOVEMENT OF Tnoors -On Saturday tho track of the
South Carolina Railroad, from Columbus to Mary streets,
presented quito a warlike appearance Tho 30th Massa
chusetts Volunteers, who have just been withdrawn
from the upper Districts of this State, and aro on their
way to Now York to bo mustered out of servlco, were
scattered along the track. The straggUng groups, the
small Aroa, tho filling of canteens, In short, all the fea
tures of tho bivouac, reminded one strongly of similar
scenes on tho railroad around Richmond. Nearly all of
theso soldiers wero Frenchmen, and did not understand
a word of English. WonoUcewlth pleaauie the with
drawal o? theso troops as another stop lu the return to
CoNTTNuKn SUCCESS.-Wo conUnuo to hear testimo
nials to the acouracy of Dr. BERNHARDT'., judgment in
regard to the disoases of tho eyes, and tho nu equalled
excellency of the glassos which he furnishes. His fame
has beea noised abroad through Uio surrounding
Dlstrcts, and his rooms aro crowded dally from
morning to night by persons seekin ; relief fur defective
The Professor, notwlth-Undine II o 1 r?vy pttronngo
with which he he continue ? in in??-t in tins ? Ity, <*1.1 ho
unable, on account of ,? >>f?-??.l.>ii:il C-IS/II'MUCII'M ?.lu-.
where, to protract his amy hnie u.i.u.? lou,* v. c-fllte at
MUls House, Parlor No. 4.
BEV. J. HOCKINS.-Dui*U|f ti e corerreHrP on Satur
day, tho lGth Instant, a vvr? >ii-n tahl.t bct'i.tf- Hie in
scription "Rev. J. HUCKINB," ir li-M rai of?v n.-i ?u. w s
erected ovor the hallowed spot ni ?re r?-p? .?. tit?? at>bi-s
of ono who, while living, was truly sad _-d*-,.,i|> t*ie
Confederate soldier's friend. Ho minister, i um .??-ingly
to the temporal as well aa the spiritual wai ta St ibu n.l
dier, and so great were his labors that his Kia fell ? ete
rifico to his zeal for the soldier's good. Ile, ton, < i d in
the causo, and was not forgotten on tho recei t < ? ciiion
of doing honor to the memory ot the Confe?erate dead.
The circumstance of his gravo having been dejorat. d al
the recent commemoration not having beon uunUoneo
previously in print, Is now stated for the gratification oi
bli numerous friends, among whom aro many pur vi vim;
OA'BVU___ RIDINO.-A youngfreedman, of some twelve
eummirs, while galloping furiously up King-street on
Saturday afternoon, ran bia horse against an aged negrc
who was crossing the street and knocked him down.
Without I coding tho un fortunato old man for an in
atant, he daihed headlong on his way as if nothing had
happened. A policeman who was near by, and who Fa?
the transaction, followed quickly. He was unsuspected
by the reckless boy, who dismounting and hitching hil
horse, entered a store, Whilo he was within tho poUce
mon took possession of the horse, and when he cam?
out took possession of him also. MonnUng him agali
on the horse, he led him gently towards tho guard honsr
At the corner of Meeting and Market streets ho was me
by a large number of negroes, talking and gestlculatlni
In a violent manner. These delayed him foi- some time
but without using any violence, and at length escaplni
from them, he conducted his prisoner In triumph to th
base of operations.
RUNAWAY.-On Saturday, abont nine A. M., Kinfi
stroet near Mary-street was the scene of an excltlni
match against timo. A horse was running away with
buggy, and going at such furious speed that the crowi
who were on the Btroet Jostled each other ogaluat th
walls to get out of tho way. Mingled with their alarr.
for themselves, there was a fear for the poor frighten?
horse, which, perfectly frantic and wild, soomod aboti
to impale itself upon the shaft of a furniture cart, o
knock its brains out by a collision with the animal al
tached to that vohicle. Fortunately for both horaes th
runaway shied as he approached the cart, and dartin
between it and the sidewalk, moroly dashed tho bugg
to pieces against tho awning post of Mr. I.EIIKOFI'
furniture store, two doors below Mary-stroet. T_
horse and buggy bclongod to Mr. JACKSON, of tho fin
of DOUQLABH b Co., omnibus owners; and as thoro wa
no ono In tho buggy at tho timo of the accldent.lt:
probablo that the horse had been left standing, and ha
become alarmed at como one of the thousand trlflln
things which aro sources of torror to thoso nervous an
FREIGHT BY RAILROAD.-Tho following rates
froight on wheat fiom points in Tonnes] eo and floor?
to Charleston and Savannah, wo find in tho Angus
Chronicle and Sentinel, of tho 33d Instant. We a
pleased to notlco a disposition in our rallroal c:m;mi.l
to meet the wishes of the public in tho matter o( ir ??t*
For tho Information of parties slilpp'im wht??t. ti
following nowly adopted rate? of fral-bt ?i a i.iib i I? I
Frolfht on-abtat from Knoxville a d al MM***-??
-u , ennC'?>*? and Georgia JUUrutl i? _v.uua
or Charleston, v Hi be 85 ceut? : er iiMi ? .iin.l?.
.inn m Obaltenooga to Savanna li or Murk 'lou. Ti p
From Rome to Savannah or Charit Mina. 15 tot U o
100pTndUanUt<> S*VBUua*u or Cbarusiou, 60 couta p
"DM LU-ATICO."-His Eicolloncy GovornorOnn, on
tho 18th IrisL, appointed Dra. O ii mit and MILES a coui
mlailon to examino and report to him ou tho montai
condition of WM. HMIUKIKI.D. "ho waa rocontly con.
Tictcd in this city of a vory holnous offen co, and son*
tonccd to bo executed on Friday, tho 29th Inst. It had
been represented to tho Governor that tho convict was
laboring uudor serious montai alienation. A vory fall
examination was malo by these eminent modlcal gon
tlomen on tho l?:h lnst., and thoy mado the? folio ?vin?.;
To Hit Excellency: HKIHFIKI.D IS, in our opinion, im
boc-lo, and not in his souud mind at this time, and has
been so for somo months. Ho could bo mado to uudor
fit.ii d and do certain duties with a proper direotor or
Buporluteudont over him, but wo do not think It proper
on bia account or that of tho comrnui ?ty, that ho should
bo allowed to go at large, for in his present condition of
mind homlghtatany niomout commit Biiiclde or tako tho
Ufe of another porson, and wo fear this condition of his
mind is permanent Wo Ihluk ho should bo placed lu
au asylum, and tboro kept and treated by n phyalciau
accustomed to tho tro_tmont of lunatic?, until curod or
Upon receiving this report from the Commission, the
Govornor respited HiaiiF IK_D, and ha3 Instructed tho
Attorney-General to tako tho necessary s'eps to hovo
him declared a lunatic, and placod In the Insane
0 UK AT 1) BT-IU1A.NC- IN WAHDS 1 AND 2-RlOT ON
IHR BATTEBT-____-! C_I_.RU OUT.-Yesterday
aftornoou, about 0 o'clock, an lmincuso crowd (black
and white) being on the Battery, a disturbance arose,
It is imposslblo to toll why or how, which Boon culmi
nated In a gcnoral freo fight, In which bricks and othor
couvonicnt misal los woro promiscuously used. Tho
few policemen ou the spot, under tho command of
Lieut. H-ND-IOKB, proceeded promptly to discharge
their duty and make arrests, and had succeeded In se
curing three of tho rlnglcadors, when Capt. FIELDS, tho
Provoat Marshal, appearod upon tbo scono, and as ho
was the senior officer, Lieut. HENDIUCKB submitted tbo
control of ororations to him. The Captain, believing
It seems lu moral suasion, commanded the policemen
not to U80 their clubs, aud went about among the
negroes commanding and bcsocchlng them to disperse.
Tho consequence was that the dlsturbauco was quelled
temporarily, ard only throo more arrests wero made.
Thors were somo two hundred cegroes cugagod in this
first row, and it la greatly to bo regretted that moro of
tho rlnglcadors wero uot brought to punishment, as
doubtless \v.,uld have beou tho caso it the polico had
not virtually been disarmed by tho order uot to UBO
Encouragod by getting off so lightly In Ota first lu
atanco, tho negrooa collectod a second time un.or the
leadership of somo eight orton colored soldiers, unarm
ed bat in uniform, and, in a kind of rloto us procisslou,
literally took poa SORB Ion of Wards 1 and 2, inarching
around tho Battery and through King, Tradd, Meeting,
Elliott and othor Btreota In that quartor, creating great
alarm and oxoltoment, but mooting with no resistance.
It Is but Justice to tho officers of the polico to say that
when the dlaturbanco first commenced it was .it au hour
when moat of tho force was either on post or at their
supper, and that there were then but fourteen police
men at tho guard boase. Ten of those wera Immedi
ately dlspatuhed to tho sccnoof action by Lloutcnant
MINOTT, officer of tho day, but wero prevented from
making arrests, or at least as many as they could have
made, a? abovo stated.
When news of the second riot, which was lu a raau
nor a continuation of tho first, was brought to tho
Guard House, Mayor *_____?_ sont a dispatch to the
military commander of the Post, asking for a alstanco,
and gave orders to tho officor of tin, day to await hin
action. Meantime the police rapidly gathered, and
Lieut. MINOTT loon had a squad of fifty at his disposal.
Reports of the inoreasod vlolenco of tho mob being
made, and demands for assistance becoming urgont,
that officer deton___?_ to await the military no longer,
and sallied forth. He had scarcely set out when bo met
an officer in command of twenty-flvo soldiers who had
been sent to his assistance. No sooner did tho military
and tho police appear upon the nir?.?.i-i til _ i_r ?.>.
could bo aeon darting off In ?'v ry .itr otiou rVtalrtttlj
to ?.'Ive warning lo the rioturn; .ni .]*_, ,>ur.u ut ti-a
p'au adopte**, Mu- ?niMI -? ui?.| ? ? . -11 -. ? an l . ISM s.-pa
rita liojf.?n, u :..>..r-it tv'..r?i>. 1 uu.l -. ir m Uro?,I stf. t te
tko Batt?.'i'\- th-y na?:i with no re?i _? *_ wnuevur.
T!iu wh ?1 ? I'l.vl I *,* -I IP?-'_**>; th- ?. 'I re I Mihi Iii
pr. bailly t?> III i?- ?i i ir?. ' >-, .id Ibu I .gmt? into the
varniu? gatts.1.?' ? y-.i-.i*. __,
1 ho ?'jine ?IT ir sim _>t a IMIIO?ried a.:t'o:D up _ iht
part ol'the fo'or-A p'P it?tio'i; u regularly esiuiilmlieit
ayatuin ??I ?pi?-- atitl ru?i.i?r? hy w ?ich ti?- > out 11 void
the poll? o It a rio ._?I ?/. il Un- II ?i t-<ity of having ni
aron d r? fi?irv?i oi il?e iinlloo ai |_a liu-r > Holme, or eli?
th.? re? *? H i i hum t ?'f a.lil i military guard at ?*virj
corner to presort. _*i i o?ce ? f the city, and tbo safely
Jl quiet .bj wo I ?li po.-inl ina .''liants.
M ?Ton-'0 COUI.T, fc_:_r.l?ay momlnaf, June 23 -
1 Olia, le sion ??-?-m? to li? f .at r?1.l(B"ig tuto Its antrbetlun
r con.iltion of q<i'ut Hiitl r< p-isp. Thti Court ti In ui.?riiiut
waa al H -lut - y *'l h mt a m?o. i.oug ma/ eba ivnv? I
l'itovi IT C-Uivr, Jan'-*?!<.-United Sales at, Thom?,
1 Wi li.uiii - S m i ig.-I>l-cl.arg <l?ur w-nt of . ?_*>ii_,
1 United s it, ? as Vir.iam U irrli-AHB.UU a.id Hat
1 tmy -A. II. M. Itr, s?* ir : t'iii-? morn ni(, at hvf-?,_-?t I
O'-?II. W.,n g nu.' Il.'ill ?It- ill ( ti Kluj'llrin' lu ..ni
. for ad. olor t my ?ii _ o -ild; mt* ?i??f?-?l.mt '?v ()??< r_i
road ?it?, o'; - lad li-' ??-?i i-v.li ami k-i? ok?: I in?
* down I . o' '?' . i.niii ?vu u ?ud ht?i 'aim orr. M1-?.?.
r Charl j W.. i-J ( r>l ?r'-rt?, b,v? ru: De un '?'it uii-l ?ov
I oral HIT . _f .14 w??rM wniKi'in a'-.u^'h-. Mt o-d.i.i u.
Mutti ; M u .? un? ?I?- . :i l'i-ii f i n.:. hi ., ; ili'l m? ?oui.?
1 doit; kmMt f-U? y.ini-i ?il.1 II il .-TI mi lain ; Wks paylLi
* attention I . . i-f'-lid?, t. lui u -t I . .M.iU>.
, Alex Loo-* *t on |t*_?.__), H?T .. : If- arar? all wi.-k
ing t? geti.?M' lil, J IU"t _ft*t '.vi i j _iU tliht oil'l ..!' lil?
1 boys still k h 'U, ?lut not ?...e ar.y 'ilng if t*_a ki .-I; ??
. ' walking h*?.?mu 0"3 lus u ..t Dr ; u .tie s.u.I titi ?a.
t geli.g lo: j jll.-c.
oultty. I???. li ?r?<?|i ?.l'h ii -" irinii'i.l.
? United Su m ??? tl.ii-> ?V,.!...,,. _|W" l-l ar:i
, (colore.li - i-?ti_ au i *_!._ ? -U 'l > > .'og . M v ?ru
- Corner , f ?.ali'lui .mu K" g ?|f_it. I ni-un? IM I?> .
nian who cae,, m ?n.?r ? ; *.'.n. ti? i !.. mu?-n > ??? J _n
6 that If a i.i.i i -..?i!, i' i ? h n -'i lilli ?r il-I' l'.piy .? ?I --.
cent; I tohl hi u mai li **>* u u ?u '.!? bit ?J ie-- ?u?
be theu - r>*_a .nu wi h _ HI <:U n?. -li? _w? I, ar. I the*
Hen.?> ?Vii1 a ? H ?HU k ian ?ii li u-i 4b-r ali.k: _ yo n
* nan t?. _?-1 UMi anti- rt*r_aiM< of tuo ?in.ru rmie u,
_ an,I.s ???It n .?a- a .?11:1! 'c1 >. \ ?A l?U?ll.
& tjerg.-a t l'o mint, ?-f ro c??, ?? ^(>ru: ?V'*? ?il ??r-inr ?
. Call.'uni mil K ? ??g Mtroo M. ut 1 i.V. ?i -n Ulla Umr.ii g
1 heir i lin-r pi-lli r ?f '? nick. wl?(c'i I t?> >"? lor til, r_
e Uln^ .f i h? du . ?>i a pojt .?. ?II?I tMlr_t| t ,e ai?m.tau:i
Q ?aw the ?l-'ieimu it? i>> _ s' iK.- Vu4 ?
. Moses, c-loi.?!, HVU n: ?Vii MlkSNJ t. woman w.tl
J whom I was stay tug; lookud i'uij,au a_d -?vdui, ii.i.t
t and Page fighting.
r U. Williams-llued $15 or sixty days' hard labor 01
W. Edwards-$16 or sixty day?' hard labor,
e United States vi. Isaac Moora (colored).-Drunk am
g Disorderly.-Prisoner pleads guilty to bolng drunk.
Susan Campboll, sworn : Midnight last night, No.
Y Mellrl?U/s Lano, prlsonor came In lu liquor, and I won
's np to another woman's room, and he followed me an,
l0 tried to break in the room, and asked for an axe, aud
went to th? door and prisoner beat mo, and threw m
n down and kicked mo.
s Martha Laurens, a dashing looking colored fille de joit
lB ?worn : Corroborated the abovo testimony, aud wa
quito pithotlo and norvou?. Quilty. $10 or thirty di ? t
a United Stales vi. Eve Frazer (colored female).- i_o 1 ?
g Brown (colored), sworn : . ay beforo yesterday, It A? 1
j. ley-streot, one door from Spring, in aft*:nni -i, a
o'clock, I was in tbo place my husban.l b*ro ' t i? ; F?
zer up stair?; heard Mrs. F_Z"ab_l_ ?...- a:?t arra
down to ?co what it wr in'.<..'; .Vl.?l.-rv? .? ii inj 'hi.,
of band negrooa; w*? *?.?>?> qi^:*-'.;'."; i'??'i. i*?--.t: ?li
. ?truck mool tin?'.o_' ri h .1 ?;i r .?.-.?-; I . ?I in IT?
houp- ni.a i-iit, ,tn. i:? ino ; th!? _ ._?-i.?i i_ th
tft vBI'd; '. (rp- ::!? ?if .- >?? o >".!"
:,; I ,-i.r 11 *_-tto U-*-r?_|a s?:.>r: : V-s Bluwr irn l-l _f
I 1 r^i-i- 1 .. . 1 j T< Vc-?'.??'? C?i:io?i.t a:t?. ibu .... I b ?.
*. ? and ."'Ira. 1) on ?ram.? thin, ???. 1 a:'_-?t r .. 'u r- ; ?-?;
?it unit ii' 1, FnUKtC Utc i*. t-.1i ' -ti ?h.-1.? -; _-? . 1 \ :ui\
! ian I o' ..?. n f'tiJ, 1 11 il.u. L.iu - fltru- her .ver t.
a -i "???ni i..., 1 ii.?i hi a?l.
'.I .?.. ii'ii. , : :i ? i.' c?lo..?\ i\- mvj, wai ?1 li.tV.lill! <
1 . I COI.lil -I- 1.Ji.V ?i/t'lc.'l? .
nil ??0_<t_,i, la a'i_t?Bg Mt- o -i _.?, ?Ai'i lb it ai
l" ! ?o ri bW'-.r in ?bo n?. y HIUIM i'n ?ir? .,...>...> tie
p.?_ .1 DM *_B* |.ri-uil4M--. ana ih.t. ??. (tho -I fol-llm
Br I -*-M.-_ Mr* lim ?n wini i-i k, io u.b??- v/. li va Pi.
I .?tlii-r n-?cloie .?.>. HI -11 . i-rur -lit co 'li.? I M?U- ?.in ii;
ir ? i-.l *H', or ill -?11 iliy* h?d I?-1 ?r on UM .-Mat?.
,.r 'Jill?? ci .? w.w v.T. a iii'iiii, ?_ ino r-a.-'i.ia h'Iii< 1
iepi?-i b o to.nrcJ it ?a? ?1 w, 11.0- v,u-_ tiio faruiaj
the Court to bo quiot had but little effect. On ono oc
casion the defendant being told to bosh, that she would
bo allowed to tell her own story aftor awhile, replied
vory Indignantly that sho wasn't going to toll any ttory,
but only the truth. At one timo tho Irr?pressibles broke
forth In such a manner that ? n-potltlon of tho assault
and battery soomod Imminent, mid tho gravity of the
Court was completely upset. At the closo of tho ex
amination of tho witness, Sarah Motto, tho defviidaut
being asked If sho bad any ?pit 4tioiis lo put to wituoss,
said yes; that sho wanted to ask her not to tell any moro
lies and falsehoods about her. Kariah Motto preserved a
dignified sllenco and tossed lier lieuil Harrustically.
The Court being highly ed.lied, adjourned In great
[OOM M 0 Mc* A r LU. J
ST. JOHN'S BERKLEY PARI-.II S. OL, June lo, 18?C.
Editors Charleston Daily A'eirs:
Enclosed you wiU find a cotten blossom (green socd)
which opened on yesterday, a*ul w n p uckod to-doy
from a field often aerea, on "WAUD'H plantation." The
crop of cotton In this section cuni! ?t possibly malo more
than a half crop, owiug to an u Nvorablo spring, "bad
stands," hoavy raine, and au luilln,?o-?illon generally on
the part of freodmon to work, ?.'orii is generaUy young,
and with proper culture, iu conjunction with the "latter
rains," may yield a pretty fair cr >p.
Very respectfully, T. C. POOL, M. D.
[.??M JIUN1CATKD. ]
Meisrt. Editors: Thcro baa been much raid and writ
ten recently relativo to the lu?.h rutts charged for
jfreight by the South Carolina Railroad, and I think
With justice. But why .this road should bo tho only
ono thus noUced I cannot understand, for there is ono
othor, at least, equally as unreasonable in its charges.
I allude to the Northeastern Railroad. I will give aonio
of Its rates, and lcavo It to the public to judgo whothor
they aro roasonablo and just. I will give tbo charges on
a few articles only, and to one polut, as I wish to stato
nothing bnt what I know to bo truo. Tho point alluded
to is Qonrdin's, fifty miles from Charleston. Cotton
from that place to Charleston Is five dollars por balo,
cattlo fivo dollars per head -.cars cannot ho chartorod for
taking stock), corn twelvo and a half cents per bushel,
and other articles In proportion. If.
Auction Sales This liny.
SAMSON k inui will nell this day, at tho north of
tho old Custom House, at 10>i o'clock, a desirable, sum
mer cottage at Mount Pleasant.
BOWERS k SILCOX wlU sell this day, at their atoro, No.
137 Meeting-street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock, an
estate sale of furniture, piano, gold watches, ko.
WE WOULD call attention to the advertisement of
Messrs. LAMBERT k KAMP INO, Nos. 31 and 33 Broad
way, Now York, solo importers and proprietors of "The
Uygtenlo Wine," which was approved by the imporia?
School of Medicine, Paris. It Is a moat delicious hove
rage, and from its high reputation a? a medicinal reme
dy will, doubtless, supersede the uso of all empirical
nostrums, bitters, Ac, now oflored for sale. 2
WE INVITE the attention of our readers to the advor
Usement of Messrs. P. F. EMITO k FOWLER, NO. 3 Park
Row, Now York. Their Sea Island Shirts are made from
the excellent cottons of the ARKWRIGHT MILL, and linens
of Ft N NE LI. & SON, Belfast, Ireland. Messrs;. S. A F.
have also an extensive assortment of Nock Ties, tosether
with a general assortment of QenUemen's Furnishing
Goods, which can bo purchased at retail at wholesale
prices. Their establishment being In closo proximity to
all the elly railroad termini, wo would advise all who
visit tbo great Metropolis to pay them a coll.
THE OLDEST MEDIO AL PRAOTICE IS that of the family.
Long before doctors were known the head of the famUy
examined and proscribed for the mombors, From tho
necessity of the.case the first and most important stage
of every dlsoaso Is trcato 1 by tho . atlenl's parents or
mimi?. 'Ibl" be ni? so, how linii >rtant that the means
lund HII.IU d be simple, a opio and efflolent.
HUMPHREYS' HOM<_OI>ATRIO Hi-F.cnncs (advertised in
> noth. r ??? limul), perfectly meet this want, and should
be iu iii.? bauds of every Intelligent family. Depot, No.
6C Broa J way. .vow York. C
rilIM? 4M M H Illili GOODS.
IiHE SUBSCRIBER. HAVING JOST RETURNED
from the ?North, takt-a this method of informing
I tbe pubUc thai tie is roceivmg a lull assortment ol
?;_,OTHH. C-S-S1MERES, ?."OATIMiS AND VESTINGB
of ?ho best foreign and iinni? ?lie manufacture, adapted
t?i Spring and Miuuu-ir wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, i ersons wishing anything In my Une
will find It to their ml vant **>n io give me a call, as I have
tli?< ino.it ? xperiouc.-d win ktu'-u, and am prepared to
tunke them up io the very oe.t style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand, No. til Broad-street
March 30_J. 8. PHILLIPS.
ANCHOR BRAND, AS ORTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENCH BURR AND COLOGNE, .'8 To 10 IN0UE8.
PO-lS. OVENS. AND SPIDERS.
For ?ale at
HART & CO.'S,
CORNER KING _N1) MARKET 8TS.
June 14 Ima
No. 173 _?_V?T BAY
LITTLE ft MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN AGIO
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of ali kinds :
BAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRISI
MILLA always on ham'.
Agents tor AlICHAMRAOLT'S STEAM -NGINh.. am
[".?KI.WOLL?-*'VrB;?i*C'011x*N ? *. .<< .?
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
PiCTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANT.
?_7ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE i**'
vy SHIPMENT (to Foreign and DomosUo Po>- ti, .
lO*r?:?.N, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL 8TOBK?J.
M f f. \?v TIC WMARK, Charleston, B. C.
?V. I'-Il.LlS.?i. B.OHI30.1
LA PIERRE HOUSE
rho S'.rj.itiiirr.? having leased this favorito house,
REFUTED AND REFURNISHED
IS AN ELEC.ANT MANNER,
And h now prepared with the most perfet
appointments for tlie reception of guests.
Ti-.? Ht: ??odtlon amon" flr.it class Hotels will I
ria.'i.,- ? ??a iu tho future, as in the post,
tluy 91 8mo8 BAKER ? FARLEJ,
EXTRA FAMILY AND BAKERS'
1 ?TV ?TV BBL8. NOW LANDING FRESH GROUND.
L\J\J For sale hy J. N. ROBSON,
No. C1East Bay.
25 hhls. RICE
'?ii har*B Corn Meal and Grist
100 bbls. Superfino Flour, June inspection
25 III?!H. Fino Flour, Juno inspection
IM (?bin. Beo Uivo Syrup.
Tuno 25 I
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
OFFEE-RIO. QUOD TO PRIME
CofTeo-Java, mipi ii >r ?juulty
Sugar-Miiscovmlo, lu bbls. und hilda.
Sugar-RcQned. ?if various qualities
Molassos-New crop Cnrder.as, in bbls. and tes.
MolasscB-Now York By rup
Tea-A choice a?sortaient of Hyson, Youug Hyson,
Imporial, Gun Powder awl Oolong.
FRESH PEACnES, TOMATOES, and other canned
Soap, Starch, CandloB, Cindy, Raieius
Prunes, Citron, Currants, Ac.
Tobacco, Segara and Sun IT. For Bale by
CUAS. U. MOISE k CO ,
.Tune 25 2 No. 15 Hayne-slrect.
JU8T RECEIVED A FRESH BUPPY OF THOSE
Uno and lrcsli PICKLES-Piccolllll, Chow-Chow,
and Mixed-In gallon, half-gallou, quarts and pints.
For salo at manufactory prlceB by
I8AAO E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland strcot.
Juno 25 2
CORK, OATS AND BACON.
1 ?r\/r\?rw BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVISION
JLv-?'vJ\_/ CORN, in sacks, laudiug per steamer E.
0. Knight, from Baltimoro.
800 bushels Heavy Oats.
A OHOIOE LOT OF HAMS, SHOULDERS AND
SIDES. For Bale hy ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.
No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumborlaud-s trent.
June 25 2
Ktrmr\i\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN.
0\J\J\J For sale by
JNO. OAMPSEN A OO.,
No. 11 Market-streot, oppostto State-street.
Juno 26 3
FLOUR, FLOUR, CORN, &c.
I /~\f\ BBLS. SUPER FLOUR
Ll_/vJ IM bol?, choleo Extra Flour
60 bbls. Fine Flour
100 bbls. Kow York anti Balli toro Ryo Flour
? 000 bnshels Whito Corn
T gether with
376 bbls Choice fresh ground Extra Bakers' Flour.
Received per steamer "Quaker Cily," wh'ch wUl bo
sold low, to i-io.-o consignment, by
STENHOUSE A CO.,
Jane 23_3_No. IIP East Bay.
PRIME NEW CROP MUSCO
FOR SALE LOW FROM THE WHARF.
JOSEPH H. RI8LEY.
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
SUPERIOR MUSCOVADO MO
LASSES, EQ.UAL TO PORTO RICO,
10R SALE LOW FROM THE WHARF, BY
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No 110 East Bay, oornor Accommodation Wharf.
FLORIDA LEAF TOBAOOC, FOR SALE LOW AT
NO. 7 STATE-STREET.
SM0KINO AND CHEWING
GENUINE "KILLIKINIOK" SMOKING TOBACCO,
manufactured by "M. Mooro," of Lynchburg, Va.,
In 6 lb. packages.
19 boxes Chewing Tobacco, suitable for country trade.
For sile by JAS. G. MOFFETT,
June 15 fuiwn No. 24 East Bay.
NAILS ! NAILS !
OF THE FIRST ?QUALITY "OLD DOMINION
BRAND," can always be had at lowest market
price. In any quantity, of B. 8. RHETT k SON.
Juno 19 1 thmlmo No. 2 Exchango-street.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements onoe moro for tho manufacture of
the best COTTON GINS ever mado lu this country, sre
now prepared to re?oive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and well-known reputation ot
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GIN8, wUl, wo hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that the article will give entire satiaiao
tlr.ii. J. M. ELLIOTT b OO.,
May 11 Wlnnsboro, S. O.
ICE BT THE CAROO.
LARGE OR SMALL CARGOES OF SUPERIOR
MAINE ICE delivered at any accessible pointe or
the coast. Orders recel veil by
JOS. H. RISLEY.
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
June 23 am? NO. 810 KING STREET.
BRASS WIRE CLOTH,
Jnne 23_ami_NO. 310 KING STREET.
NO. 810 KING STREET,
June 23 sm2 8d Poor below Society street.
COOL AND SPARKLING
No. 259 KING-STREET,
TOVfitt-* Ol' THIS EXCEEDINGLY COOL AND RE
j r tit Hill Um lil.VEl.AGE still continuo to liberal^
i ut'oi.izf mt ' M1 * ?in themselves with a gtasB combino?
With HI I' ' ' O'.-' UIOIOE SYRUPS.
Willi a VAtkitS "f twenty ?Syrups, proparod with Rrea1
core, ti.?; ?r*i I or fools confident that ho can aatiaf;
tue tust?: r I .?. tlim i-vor him with a call.
CUT-LIST OF SYIIUPS-OUT.
4. S vlt.'Al'ARILLA
P. j.,?.Si KERRY
OREAM SYRUP propared i
any of the above Byrups.
BEDFORD'S SYRUPS can also be obtained by the bo)
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
_ No. 269 KINa-SIBEET, OPPOSITE H?ASEL.
juno n c
?esh dally and flavored wit]
Desirable Summer Cottage on Mount Pleat aid.
Bl HANSON Ht AIM AH ttw'"*'
.VII! bo sold, THIS MORNING, at half-patt 10 oYJook,
north of tlio old Cn-lim UoUM
ALL THAT LOT OK LAND lying and I,', ?tag in tho
villano of Mount l'li-asant. with n t .v.. "i,,ry house
tlier<*on, with kitchfim and DUtbuUdlNtpa, nii-astirlng
nid containing in front, on Pitt-i?ti?*et, U?r-three foo?
[63 1er ti, and <>u iVrry-Htrcot one hundred ami thirty
feet i l.'Jr'l more or les?, no ?r tho firry.
Coiiditio'is-One-half cash; balance in one year. Be
ni nil by bond and niortgago. Purchasers topa" for
papers. Juno 20
EMate Sole of Furniture, Piano, Cold Watches,
BY HOWKKS a!t MI.CO Y.
Will bo sold THIS DAY. in our ?toro. No. 127 Meeting
sir? c-t, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,
BUREAUS, WASIIBTANDS, WRITING DESK, Ma
hogany Hair Seat Chairs, Cane Scat Chairs, 8ola,
Lmniuc, Goblets and Basins, Mautlo Ornaments, Cor
ner vvi at-Notn, Looking Ulnas, H. Carpet, Mahogany
Tables, Diiiliii? nuil Erd, ?'aril Tables, Bedstead?*,, .'Jod
Steps, new Axes, Paint KrushcB, (?old Watches, Silver
Watches, Biowu Linen, Stovts, Cans of Fruit, Ac.
GIB AND MAINSAIL _OK SMALL SLOOP, In Rood
order. Ouo Sprit Sall for Canoe Uoat, in goi d order.
ConditloiiH ?-ash. Juno 26
Biscuits.on account of allcotut -ned.
BY I.AUHKY Si AI.KXANDKlt
TO-MORROW, 2Clh Instant, will bo Bold In au toro.
No. 137 Kapi Bay, opposito Nott h Atlantic \ tri, at
10 o'clock, on account of the Underwriter?- .d all
17 bnrrclB Soda Pilot, Jumbles, Tea, St< i and
GIiiRcr 8chnapp BISCUITS AND CAKES. "
Conditions cash. j mo 25
Houses and JA>1? in CohnnbuH slrreL
BY SMITH St -?1. ?:n.l.l\ \tt. -. .
Will bo sold on the Mens of the old Custom Uouso, on
FRIDAY MORNING next, tho 2tHh lust, at lu,*_
All that LOT OF LAND lying on tho north sido of
Columbus- stt cot. aud tho wost corner of Robbln's Court,
botween Meetlng-strcot and tho track of the Sou'h Caro
lina Railroad, uicaswluK 33 feet front on Oolumbus
street, by 11'' ,eot ?.'top, moro or loss; together with tho
Buildings '.'icri'ou, cun-ristin? of a neat aud comfortable
tivo an?!.. naif utriry DwaBfag of wood, with four up
right '< .ins, LOW renting for $30 per month, and a
small cwo story IIOMIII in tbo rear, ou Bobbin's Court,
wb.wii rents lor $12 per month.
CouditioiiB caBh. Purr baser to pay us for papers.
AT THE BAUE TIMK ANO PLACE WILL BE SOLD
tbo thrco LOTS UPLAND to tho north of, and adjoin
ing, the above, fronting cn Itobltlu'a Court, and kuown
as lots C, D and K, uti per plat ol the lito Robt. K. Paine,
City Surveyor, to bo scon at our onico. Thoso lo s men
suro each 30 feet front on Robbin'a Court, by 81 foot
deep, nicin? or less. Thoy aro at pr?Rout unclosed aa
one lar., o aqnare, but will be sold separately or together.
Threo amah but couiforlablo dwelllugs could bo built
on thoso lots, givini? abuudant yard room, and yielding
a profitable Interest ou tho Investment.
Conditions ?-ash. Purchaser to pay in for papors.
PUBLIC S ALK.
THE UNITED .-TATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, locabd in the City of Charleston, 8. O.
will bo sold to tho highest bidder, suujoct to the .ap
proval of the bid by tbo Secretary of tbo Troaaury, i.
12 M , JULY lOtb, 18G6, ou tho prom?tes.
Terms of Sale-$1000 cash; baUucoln equal payment?
of thirty, sixty and ninety days A Certificate of Sale
wUl bo glvon at the time, and the deeds to bo executed
upon the payment of tho last instalment of the purchase
money. A. G. MAOKET,
June 19 Collector of Custom*.
OIIANGEDUKG FI_I.fAa.i- COLLEGS.
FOR SALE. THAT DESIRABLE PROPORTY, SITU
ATED in the Town of Orangobnrg, and known as
the ORANGEBURQ FEMALE COLLEGE. The bund
ing 1B large, and suitable for a Hotol or Boarding School,
being capablo of accommodating about two hundred
(200) porsons. On tbo premises are gas works for sup
plying the building with gas; and a fino orohard and
garden, 'lho grounds aro nmplo and eligibly located,
being noar tho railroad dopot.
Terras-Oiio-tentli cash ; balanco In ten equal an
nual instalments, focurod by mortgage of the prop
erty; the buildings to bo kept lnsurod and policy
assigned, or a credit on tho whole amount of the pur
chase may be bad by giving approved pomonal security
in addition to the mortgage, _o., the purchaser paying
only cash enoui?h to defray expcuBou of sale. For far
ther i>articulars, apply to
COHEN. HAV-1KKL fe CO.,
No. 4Q East Bay, cor?.er li i. .. A CO 'B Wharf!
jQ9~Orangcburg Times II.MI. I a? ve on? month and
Bend bill to Courier Ollie..?. in?'.no May -?5
GEO. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AG^NC. OV TEH?
above celebrated AT K. ocktowledgod to o?
the best m the market, are now prepared to supply UM
TRADE of this olly and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
Por sale in barrels and half barrels.
Mav 8-u '
JOHN XING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OrrOSITE KERB'S WHARP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR C??SH:
HEIDSIEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cairs and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, In cuseu and in casks
CLARET WINES, in cases, pints and half pints
OURD1ALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. O. Self), in cases
BRANDIES, in casos and in casks
GINS, In cases and in cesks
RUM. In cases
WHISKIES, In caeos and in casks
ALE, in casos, quarts ard pinta
LAGER BEER, In quarter b?rrele, also In pints, picked,
eight dozou to the barrel._3moa June 12
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
OHARTiT-iSTON, S. O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their G-NEBAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, an
are now prepared to procure FREIGHTS and CHAR
TERS. Mastern of veasols having no dlroct Oonaigneea
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying M
GEO. A. HOPLEY fe OO.
MOTTET, HUO-UBT fe CO.
WM. P. HALL
RAVENEL fe OO.
MARSHAL!?, BEACH AGO.
ROB'T MURE fe CO.
WILLIS fe ?UISOLS?.
ISAAC E. HERTZ. | EUGENE HU?HHT.
Lato co-partner of Mordecal fe Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
QOl East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTIOUIJDt .-??ft_tn**V I'll T'l ?
purclaJ?taar salo of (KITTO*-.?tt?'K l.HMBKl?
NAVAL Br^a&fcad ME_CH_tfr*.*?a.-.:.r_tA___
and to >T_}.siSii|?|?k!r_id toen?'*,??-*
Also, to ttS%?f?fr4i?**&*?*ua\\f 5t.-rili.ndut ?
AUCTION. ?^^^^^t' '