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' WEDNESDAY M0I.NIN8, JUNE 27, 186G.
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mr EKE SECOND AND THIRL ,OES. -?1
Pnor_son R. A. KINLOCH.-In onr issno of yesterday
wo annonnccd tho oloctlon of this Routleman to tho
Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeutics,? in tho
Medical College In tho State of South Carolina, (o fill the
vacancy rocently created by the (Itatti of Dr. HsNi- B.
1-OBT. Ila? mantle c1 tho late Incumbent could havo
fallon upon no ono, within our knowlodgo, moro worthy,
or moro able to fill tho position with credit Dr. KIN
LOCH Is a man of decided talont; ha? been a closo stu
dont ever since ho outerod tho profession,-as far as the
arduous dntles of a largo practico would permit; and
has kopt fully abreast with tho march of eolonco. Wo
congratulate the College on so distinguished and useful
Dr. KINLOCH has had considerable experience SB a
teachor In medicino. Ho held tho position of Surgeon
of tho Roper Hospital in this city for a number of years,
and in that capacity dally gave clinical instruction to
tho students of the collego, and also lectured twice a
week in tho amphitheatre. Ho la a pleasing speaker,
and has the bappy faculty of presenting his subject in a.
clear, concise, and attractive maunor; and wo fool as
sured that the principles of TherapeuttOB by his teach
ing wlB bo brought within tho comprehension of oven
the dullest aspirant for modlcal honors.
A GOOD __K__ WORK.-From a correspondent wo
learn thvt "tho Pa'motto Ml 11, at Georgetown, owned
by DAVID RISLEY, Esq., and managod by Mr. W. K.
HESTON, makes the following showing of operations, be
tweon January 1st and Juno 17th, at which latter dato
the mlU waa stopped working for lack of vessels to take
away the lumber: Amount of sawed lumber shipped,
2,711,084 feet; No. of sticks of tlmbor sawed, 5,632; on
the wharf awaiting vessels, 300,000 feet; on hp-nd ready
for Bawlng, 4,500 sticks of timber. The ialmotlo la a
two gaDg mill, and although the amount sawod In the
time above named, viz., over three million feet, may
seem large, yot wo aro assurod that bofore tho war the
same mill did much bettor work."
If there aro any vessels in our port wanting freights,
boro would scorn a chanco for them to get a cargo at
Mr. J. H. RISLET is tho agont in this city.
Onn DELEGATES TO CINCINNATI.-Wo aro in receipt Of
ft private letter from Cincinnati, informing us that our
delegates havo received satisfactory assurance of succor.
On tho 21at thoy proceeded to Louisville, upon Invita
tion from the merchants of that city, who, we doubt
* not, will extend them a most cordial and hospitable
welcome. Wo aro now dally looking for tho rotura of
I these gentlemen to our midst, and we hope that, on tho
whole, their mission shall havo proved successful.
The Louisville Courier of Friday last, the 22d lnat,
baa the following paragraph In relation to tho Delega
The Charleston Committee.-Tho committee of gentle
men from Charleston, S O., who havo been vlsitiug Cin
cinnati on railroad business, will be hero to-day as the
guests of our city. Wo understand quarters have boon
provided for thom at Willard *s Hotel.
TUB SISTERS OF MEBCT gratefully acknowledge the
recolpt, tbrougb Madame POBIE and Miss HABVET, of a
neat, brilliant uniform for tbo orphan girls _ their
Charge, tbo gift of B. O'NEILL, Esq. The Sisters take
this ooci-ion to thank Mr. 0*N_i . not only for his
constant liberality to the Asylum, but still moro for his
steady patronage of their Academy, tho proceeds of
which had, in former years, afforded so many comforts
to the orphan B.
Tho Sisters also thank Mr. MCCLOY for tho full piece
of brilliant be has so kindly sent them through the
above named ladies.
Convent of our Lady of Mercy, Charleston, June 27
BE-OUT OF THE CHIEF OE THE FlHE DEPARTMENT. -
We are indebtod to M. H. NATHAM, Esq., the efficient
Chief of the Flro Department of this City, for a copy of
his report, to April 30th, I860. The Beport is pubUsbod
In excellent style by Mr. JOSEPH WALKER and COD tal na
. vast amount of useful and Interesting information, of
which we will givo an abBtraot in to-morrow's paper.
Tho crowded ?tate of our columns prevents our doing
Dn. BEnNHABDT.-People who have any auction of
the eyes, no mattor of what nature, which prevents
their seeing as well as they might wish, should not foil
to visit this celebrated optician, at bis office, Parlor No.
4 at the Mills House. A life-long study of this peculiar
branch of surgery enables Dr. BEBNHABBT to tell at a
glance the nature of the defeot: and the great discove
ries which he has made emure a speedy remedy. |
BEOBOAKIZATIOM OF THE GALA CLUB.-A meeting of
the above Club was held last night, and the following
gentlemen were olocted officers to serve the ensuing
J. H. MATTHEWE8, Prosldent.
W. H. OLAGETT, Vice-President.
J. F. BOBERT80N, Scoretary.
H. G. THOMAS, Treasurer.
THE AMEBIOAN FARMEB, published by WOBTHHCOTO
A LEWIS, Baltimore, has roappearod under a new'form.
The July number commences a new series. This is an
excellent agricultural and horticulture monthly, well
deserving of Southern patronage. It was originally e?
Ublished In 1819.
THE G AL AX r for July (No. fl) has been received; Ulled
with excellent matter, and gotten up In the highest
style of tho blblo-poletlc art. To be had at all the Pe
riodical Depots, at 26 cents a number.
MAvon's COOBT, Tuesday Morning, Juna 26.-Ono In
di-dual, who had been in Charleston for fifteen years
and had novor been drunk before, WBB fined $5 for the
first offence, and ordered to pay expense of a fornitnre
c?rt which had been hired to convey bim to the Drunk
An unfortunate carter, who, under the Influence or
liquor, tumbled from bis oart and got his head fastened
In the Bingletree, paid $5 for baring it extricated.
After docldlhg one or two more _ .?, wblcb tarnish
ed no matter for report, His Honor proceeded to the
consideration ot the Bounds Book.
Paovosx COUBT, Juno 26.-United States of. John Wil
liams (colored).-Assault and battery, witta intent lo
kllL-Sarah Brown, sworn: In Tradd-street, near King,
Sunday night, defendant said that ho was the first ono
who threw a brlok at the young man who was murdered
In Traddatreot that nlgn.'-; don't mean to say tho young
man was killed, but very badly injured; h?ve not seen
bim since he was carried homo that night.
Kate Kennedy, sworn : Heard defendant say he was
the first ono that throw the brlok at tho young man who
was beaten on Sanday night in Tradd-stroot; he repeat
ed tho samo thing and cursod the man a rebel.
Policeman O'Reilly, sworn : On duty corner King and
Trade! streets yestorday morning, between 9 and 10
o'clock, lu company with policeman O'Brien, when at
tention was called by two previous witnesses, who
wished him to arrest dofondant. Arrested doiondant,
and askod bim how ho oould knock out a white man's
brains with a brlokbat? Ho said he only struck one
blow, and thon, on thought, recalled bis words, and
said that he had not thrown at all. This was on tho
very spot on wblcb Mr. Brantford was assaulted, and
tho conversation referred to that assault. Mr. O'Brien
Policeman O'Brien, sworn : Confirms the above testi
mony. Not Guilty.
United States o?. Stephen Brown, Adam Singleton and
Chirlos Seabrook (colored).-Fighting.-Polloeman Far
roily, sworn : About 3 o'clock, yesterday afternoon,
Citarles had a brlok and was attempting to throw it at
Stephen. I struck It from his hand, and he said ho
wanted to kill 8tepbon. Then he struck Stephen a very
bard blow which staggered him. Adam did nothing.
Stephen accused othor?defendants of stealing his pocket
book with thirty-five cents. Adam was brought up as al
witness only. Brown had about thirty-five cents In his
pocket when searched it the Guardhonoo. Brown and
Seabrook-Quilty; 15 days' hard labor on streets. Sin
Court of Goner?! Sessions and Common
Conrt mot and was called to order at 10 A. M. The
jury were punctual, and business commenced lmmo
?llatoly. The case assl-ued for trial waa the Stato vi.
Hoon OA_I./\N, formurdor. I. W, HATNX, Esq., Attor
ney-General, aud ISAAC HAYNE, Esq., appeared, for tho
Btato; and B. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., Tiioa. RYAN, Esq., and
H. W. SuBODEB, Esq., for the dofenco.
The iollowiug jury was impanelled:
Z. B. OAKES, Foroman,- E. D. HATCHER, O. WATEBUAN,
O. VO_MEB, O. E. JOHNSON, A. OABno_i?, O. TIDEMAN,
E. W. MAitKi,sv, W. G. Tnoir, M. KBUNKDY, J, H.
PAUI3, W. N. FITZ.
Tho flrat wltnoas called was E. M. WHITING, Esq ,
Coronor, who, bolng duly sworn, deposed:
That he was Coronor for thin District, and had eat on
the body of Ed. Milligan ni tho 11th ot May, at tho
resldonco of his fathor. In 8priug-?troot; tho jury re
viewed tho body and held the investigation at his
Crois-examincd by B. W. 8oymonr, Esq. : Examined
the wound Inflicted; a warrant was Issued at tho insti
gation of the jury, but the prisoner waa not appre
hended; the prisoner bad boou in Jail on a peace war
rant, but had been discharged; tho prisoner subse
quently carno to his office aud surrendered himself.
Examined in reply: Tho wound was on the right elde
of the face, about threo Inches long; was a deep wound;
on the doath of Milligan tho prisoner lied, but wbon a
rrward was offered he returned, and gave hlmsolf up;
was committed on Juno tho Gtb.
Dr. Aldrich, sworn, etatod that hois aprac'islng phy
sician; wriB callad in to see Milligan on tho night of the
Mayor's Parade; tho wound was i .dieted on the faco,
from tho cheek bone to tho Jaw; Milligan was In the
Marlon Ebglno Hotist?; ho was bleeding profusely from
. recent wound; attended bim until bo ?lied; the wound
was tho romoto causo of his doath ; ho died from convul
sions; ho bad two separate hemorrhages; tho last about
twelve days subsequent to the first; his BJB om
?H muoh Impoverished by tho bleedings; his sickness
was occasioned altogether by his wonna; tho wound was
apparently inflicted by somo sharp instrument.
Cross-examined.-Did not know the partios; saw Mil
lican In tho orgtno houso; arrostcd tho hemorrhago;
Milligan WAH carried home same night; second hemorr
hago was causod by his patient's o ?ti imprudonco: there
was lio api rohensiou of his death resulting from his
wound; his doath was on lug to his not oboylng his
doctor's ordern; his wound was bealing kiudly; no gan
grene; but f Jr tho second bleeding ho would havo sur
vived; prisoner had been on the parado that day; most
of tho firemen woro artntid on account of the disturbance
that bad occurred when the Georgia Companies arrived;
could not stato bow the wound was itifllcted positively',
prisoner was put in Jail, but was released on a doctor's
certificate that tho deceased was recovering; did not
think that there would be a second hemorrhage.
Dr. DuPont, sworn, testified: Was called lu casually
on tho return of the homorrhago, about twolvo days
after the first; there was considerable hemorrhago from
an artery in the face; the wound was about four inches
long; the facial artery waa severed, which caused the
bleeding; considered ita dangerous Wuund; bad seen
death eusuo from similar wounds ; treated tho wound by
compression; s-.w deceased since, and he was apparent
ly doing woll, but about two days after bo died; deceased
died from a condition brought upon his body by tho
wound; thoro was nothing else to produce doath, in his
opinion; tho wound was too romoto cause of his dea?li;
tho wound was a dangerous, but not necessarily a mor
Cross-examined-Much dopends on tho patient; ho
must obey Instructions, or the roault would bo alsas
troua; was told that the patient had been taking un
usual exercise against instructions; had he obeyed his
doctor, thoro would havo been no Bccond heiuor.-bago,
and he would havo rccovorcd.
W. F. Kreamor. sworn : Knows bolb prisoner and
deceased ; they all holongcd to same fire company; was
at the Engine House on the 27th April; met there about
0, and left at 11 P. Bl.; Milligan was stabbed in that in
terim. A member of the Stonewall Invited the Company
to their house, when be sold, "Lot u? put up the barrel
of beer;" Callan asked him "what the hell he had to do
with It;" ho told him to go away, that he wished to have
nothing to da with him; Callan closed up to him and
he shoved him off; the crowd gathered round timm,
when they saw Callan put his hand in his bosom ; a
short time after, Milligan cried out that he was stabbed;
tho crowd wero endeavoring to mako peace between
himself and Callan; the only 1U-feeling was causod by
his saying "let us put tho barrel up;" eaw Milligan with
his hand to his face, and ran for the doctor; did not see
Callan until he was put in tho Guard House: could not
say how for Callan was from bim.
Cross-examined.-Did not parade with hie company;
went round to the Stonewall House; took somo drinks
there ; bad a plenty of liquor on hand; some of the
Stonowall's accompanied thom back to tholr own cnglno
company's house; hod nothing there but lager; Milli
gan was not a mombor; was smaller than himself;
prisoner was not drawing beer; Milligan was nearer to
prisoner than himself; on his right; did not go to
the railroad to meet the Georgia Companies; was at
work all day.
Examined in reply-Works at Mr. Eaaon'a shops ; carno
to the engine boase that night the first time.
F. F. Kreamer, sworn: Is no relation to laBt witness;
Is a member of the same fire company; on the night of
the 27th April was in the Marlon bouso; hod several
guests there; Callan was there; appeared to be Mght;
remonstrated - lth him and he promis?*?! to behave him
self; a short time after, about twenty minutes, he heard
Milligan sty he was stabbed, and ho went to the crowd;
Callan was given up to Lieut. Kingman of the police;
there was no noise; did not see tbe other Kreamer; bo
fore the occurrence saw prisonor with a weapon; told
bim to put It away; it was lu the dark; could not recog
nize tbo weapon; did not seo it after that; saw blood on
Milllgan's lace, but did not see tbo wound.
Croit examined.-Paraded with bin company; after tbo
parade went first to the Pheonix Engine house; after
wards to the Stonewall; came back to tbo Marlon house;
Callan got the barrel of lager In order to treat their
guests; when be told prisoner to keep quiet he did so;
did not know at the time who had stabbed Milligan;
did not anticipate any disturbance when the Georgia
companies arrived; did not bear of tho row until that
J. A. 'oroso, sworn: Stated that he Isa member of
the Phoenix; saw both deceased and prisoner at
toe Marlon Engine House. The prisoner at the bar
seemed to be oat of temper, and threatened to kill some
unknown person. About 11 o'clock he rushed at some
one, and he saw him stab deceased. Thinks he heard
prisoner say he would kill Kreamer. Saw bim draw
something from his bosom, but supposed It to be a
apanncr. Did not see the knife u ntil later. Saw MilU
gun's wound; it waa on the right side of his face, and
he was bleeding profusely. Callan rushed forward al
most immediately after bis threat. His company in
stantly seized bim and took his weapon away. Waa not
acquainted with either ? al lan or Kroamer; does not
know who Callan bad re?,, .-ouco to in his threat. Callan
made bis first threats about 10 or 15 minutes before the
Crott-examined.-Milligan was stabbed about 11 o'clock.
He had been in the Engine House about thirty min?tes.
Generally speaking, every one there appeared to be high
strung by liquor. Did not see the occurrence distinct
ly. Prisoner evidenced no hostility towards deceased.
Little Milligan was not in tbe crowd that pushed to
wards Callan. Callan was very much excited. The
deed was done In a moment. Callan was trying to get
away at the time. Was one of the co mm It toe appointed
as escort to the Georgia Companies. Had a difficulty
with the froodmon on the Citadel Green. Anticipated a
disturbance, and went prepared for it; most of the fire
men did so. The parade commenced at 12 M, bat all
tbe affair did not end until /8 or 9. Did not suppose that
any .fireman disarmed hlmsolf. . '
Examined in reply.-Ula not think that Callan bat
any animosity towards deceased, but undoubtedly to?
wards some other, most probably Kreamer; prisoner
waa very much excited the whole time ho stayed at the
Marion House. .
Wm. O'Mara, sworn: Said that be Is a member of tho
Marions; on tho night of the parade bad several guests
from other fire companies; heard a scream and saw
Callan standing near the door; went to him and took a
knife from bim; could not swear that the knife produced
In court was the same; had seen Callan the whole day;
heard no threats except against a nan named Shoe
maker, whom he said he would slap.
Cross-examined -Waa one of the escort committee ;
had a difficulty with the negroes; supposed that a num
ber o." his company were armed on that account ; came
bock to tbe Engine House about 8 o'olook; went visiting
tbe otber companies; did not return until 11 o'clock)
none of the members went home, or disarmed them?
selves to his knowledge; did not soo tho stabbing ; pris
oner did not seem to be excited; all were lively, but no
one was affected by liquor ; supposes most of the com?
pony bad knives or pistols, and concealed thom in their
shirt?; did not wear coats, and had to conceal tbom;
waa one of tho number who brought the beer to the
Engine House; did not bear Kreamer ordor the barrel
to be put up.
Wm. Milligan, sworn : Statod that he wa? the brother
of the deceased ; deceased was 17 years old and small;
he was In the Marlon House that night; beard some
words between Kreamor and prisoner, and saw bim put
bis hand to his bosom; he seized bim by both arms, but
be got away; afterwards prisoner made ? rash towards
Kroamer aud he seized bim by hi* ?oft arm; could not
seize the right; bo board his br.lnor cry, "I am stab
bod," wben he let prisoner go and went to bia brother.
When he Brat soizod the prisonor he romonstratod With
bim; Kreamer was about four feet from Callan, and ho
was making towsrds bim; did no1 know Callan, had only
seen bim once boforo.
Crott-examined.-Did not know of any lU-feellng ex
isting between his brother and Callan; his brother was
wounded about 11 o'clock on the 27th; stayed lb bed
about a week and he supposed that bo was getting well;
en the Sunday following he went out to walk on K1 Og
street; had his face tied up lu a handkoroblof ; there wast
a general jollification the night of the parade; every E_
gino Houso was open, and visiting between them wasl
general; met his brother on the street and they went
Into tbe Marlon Houso together; does not know wb ere
bis brother was standlnv whon he WM slabbed; he ard,
of the d'fficulty ru _._ Citadel Green.
J. cahill, anora, stated: That ho was at the Marion!
Engine Honseon the 27th April; quite a crowd was
there; they obtained a barrel of ale from s bar-room
near; the CTOwd was pretty tight; ho took charge of tho
tumblers, and did not Beo tbo occurrence, but heard
Milligan say bo was stabbod; he ran to him and tried to
stop tho bleeding. Prlaonor scorned to bo very sorry,
and Bald "ho did not intend to cut Eddy, but that other
fellow;" who tho other fellow was ho don't know. Aftor
Callan was discharged from jail, ho heard that he had
tbreatcnoil soiuo ono, aud asked him who I! wa?, wlitn
ho said that It was the mau who would not allow him to
Cross-examined.- The crowd was pretty llvoly that
night; did not hoar any IIO?KO except flinging mid tnu-1s ;
sung tho "Bonnie Blue Flig" aud Blmllor times; Callau
?ltd mit HICUI oicltcd wii?--ii he went for the luger; did
not sou bim wheu they r- turned, as ho was basy dealing
out tho liquor; ho sent Edward Millican homo OB soon
as poR8lulo after ho was stubbed, for (wir ho von hi catch
cold In his wound; ?aw him afterward on the street aud
went home with him.
J. Churchill sworn, saldjthst he was at tbo Marlon
IIouso on tho night of the - th; hoard Milligan cry ho
was cut; saw eotuo of tho men grab Callan aud taso tbo
kmfo away from him; It was taken away by O'Mara;
did not think thero was much uolso or excitement in
the house at tho time.
Thero was no further testimony for the State, and tho
defence not having any, THOMAS RYAN, Esq , ouo of tho
attorneys for tho defence, addressed tho Jury lu a short
but forclblo and cloquont spcocb.
ISAAC? HAYNE, Esq., for the State, followed, and, in
an able inannur, brought tho subject boforo the Jury,
quoting from several authorities, to prove that tho moro
fact of the wouud being Inflicted waa sufficient evldenco
to convict tho prisoner, and that tho condact of tho
deceased since had very little to do with tho subject.
H. W. hciiiioDEii, Esq., thon argued the case of hie
client, refuting aooo of the quotations mado by tho last
speaker, and showing tho inconsistencies of law. Ho
revlowed tho caso, and showod to tho Jury that thero
was no Ill-feeling between his client and tho deceased,
and that tho wounding and death of tho latter was mere
ly the result of accident.
A motion was made, at this stage of tho proceedings,
by R. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., to adjourn tho caao until the
noxt day, as lt(was already late, an J to continue tho pro
ceedings would carry them Into tho night.
Tbo Attorney-General objected, as it would establish
a bad precedent to carryover a capital case. He left tho
matter, however, to tho Judge and tho Jury.
His Honor decided that the caso had bottor bo con
tinued, but it would relievo all tho parties if they nero
to take a rocosa of half an bour.
The Court was then adjourned for that spaco of
When tho Court had re assembled the Attorney-Gene
ral delivered bia argument to the jury. Ho explained
what was tho crime of murdor, and defined its difforont
grades; also what was malice, and what the opinion of
the law was on all of thoio points, and left tho subject
to tho careful consideration of the jury.
R. W. SEYMOUR, Esq., followed, and in his own per
suasivo and oloquont manner, presented the caso with
all of its different characteristics bofore tho Jury.
His Honor, Judge DA WEINS, roviawed the testimony
that had bcon Introduced upon tho stand, and directed
the attention of the jury to it. He clearly defined tho
crime of murder lu its diff?rent features, and loft It to
the jury to decide what was the crime committed.
The Jury, after an absence of forty miuutes, brought
in a vordict of "Not Quilty."
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FIIK-I.MEN'H A I-F Alua IK SOUTH CAROLINA.-WO clip
tbo following explanatory letter from Gen. SCOTT, from
the New York -rv?une :
HDQRS. ASBT. COMMISSIONEB Bun-AU REFUGEES, 1
FltEBDMEN AND Au.__.ONED LANDS, SODTH 0 ABOLI NA, J
CHARLESTON, S. C, June 16, 1664. )
MAJOR-GENERAL HOWARD-GENEBAL :- I seo, by tho
report of Gens. Stcodman and Fullerton on South Caro
lina, that the Rev. Mr. French and Ltout. J. L. Lott are
represented as being engaged lu planting, and that I
disapproved their course In the matter. I have the
honor to state that I have from tbo first disapproved of
any officers on duty lu the Bureau becoming planters,
but in tho case of the Rev. Mr. Fronch and Ltout. Lott,
I thought I waa understood by Gone. Stcodman and
Fullerton when I told them that they made merely a
loan of monoy to enable Mrs. Han ah an to put the peo
ple at work, a contract having beon mado and approvod
by which the froodmon were to get a sharo of tho gross
proceeds of the crop, tho landholder to furnish pro
visions and the necessary imp?amente and animal? to
cultivate tho plantation. The Bev. Mr. French brought
the matter to my notice, and asked my advice on the
subject. I told him that I could soo no Just roaeon why
an officer should not lend bis money to any person, and
more particularly In this case, where tho i'reodmon
were under contract and the owner only ?waiting money
to buy food for thom, and I will furthermore state that
neither of tho parties tasvo had anything directly or
indirectly to do with planting nor with the frocdmen
on the plantation, it being entirely under the control of
the owner, and some fifty miles distant from this city.
Believing this explanation duo to the Bev. Mr. French
and Lient. Lott, I am, General, very respectfully, your
obodiont servant, R. K. SCOTT,
. Brevet Major-General, Assistant Commissioner.
INEANTIOIDE.-The Keowee (8. O.) Courier, of Satur
day, records the following piece of depravity :
A horrible case of infantloldo occurred lu the District
last week. Mrs. Sarah Oalhoun has been arrested and
committed to Jail on tho charge of drowning ber own
child, which was only some seven or eight days old.
A froodman, Floyd, was arrested on a charge of oom
pllclty in tbeorlmo; but be was either released by or
carried off with the garrison recently on duty at Wal
halla. The head of the child had been "scalped** or dis
figured te prevent. If possible, its color from being
identified. Good citizens believe that Floyd is guilty of
complicity In the crime, and that he should not be
allowed to oscapo merited punishment.
An inqnest was held on the body ot the cb ?Id, but no
return of theproceedings therein has been made.
_A-U_OT__O ni THE INTERIOR.-Tho same paper
has the foi owing item :
When at Walhalla a day or two ago wo stepped Into
the segar manufactory of Mr. Louis Wernecko, and WSB
gratified to learn from the proprietor that he was doiDg
a thriving business. A liberal sample of his segare
enabled us, on trial, to prononnce them first-rate. Such
ovldonces of improvement, In the condition of our
poople, air ?rd us no small degroe of satisfaction, and
are, wo trust, but the beginning of brighter, happier,
and moro prosperous days.
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THE FIRE AT NEWBERRY-Wo make the following
synopsis of the losses sustained by the c1 tizona of New
berry by tho late coull ?gration, from the Herald :
Gen. Klnsrd, $2(7,000; estate J. H. Steele, $6800; 8.
Montgomery, $3200; Danoan, $_000; Dr. T. Gouln, $10,
000; Dr. Pratt, $6004, Insurance, $3000; Butledge Bros ,
$2000; Marshall BroB., $4000; Z. S. White, $600; a
Hurd, $7000; T. Paysonger, $8000, insurance, $50 00:
Holman _ Co., $3000; Dr. Mc Kellar. $1000; Dr. Capers,
$2000; I. Davis, $10.000; A. M. Wickor, $3030, lnsuran ce,
$4000; Buist k Ward, $1600; Lovelace and Wheel er,
$10,000; Herald office, total loss; B. Grenekor, dwelll ng
and furniture; P. S. Jacobs, $600; A. Harris, $1600; C.
Montgomery, $4900, insurance, $3000; B. S. Whal ey,
$4000; Mrs Thompson. $4000; Dr. Daprav, $300; G. G,
DeWalt, $600; J. NoB'ey, $300; estate H. H. Caldwell,
$600; Capt Boyce, $500; J. W. Subor, $1600; G. D.
Smith, $6il00; Coppock k Wright, $1200; Griorsoo, $ 800.
Total not loss than $160,000.
Auction Sales Tlils Day.
MILES DRAKE will continue the solo this day, at his
store, oomer of King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'olook,
of a large assortment of dry goods, matting, ko.
N. H?HT k Son will soil, this day, at tholr store'
Ko. 17 Hay no street, at 10_ o'olook, a large _ d varlod
assortment of boots and shoes.
ATTENTION is called to tho advertisers ent of a lady of
this city, having a thorough English education, apply
ing for a situ?t lottos toacbor, or lu any oipulty in
which sho can bo orftp'.oyo.l, either In th o olty or coun
try. Wo refer our readers to her card among the
Wants, whero .hoy will bo satisfied by her proposals
that she li truly worthy of consideration by all w ho
want a teacher In a private fa .l'y or sobool,
THE OLDEST MEDICAL PRACTICE is that of the family.
Long before doctors wore known tho hoad of the family
examined and prescribed for tbo members, From tbo
necessity of tbec&se the first and most Important stage
of every dlseaso Is troatoi by tho patient's parents or
nurse. Thlsbolng so, how important that tho means
on band should bo simple, a_plo and efficient.
H_-n_-B' HO2__OI-TIIIO SPEC-TOS (advertised in
another column), perfectly moot this want, and should
be In the bonds of every intelligent family. Depot, No.
662 Broadway, Now ?orka *" ' ' ?
PRIME NEW CROP MUSCOVA
FOR SALE BY
_Juno 27_ JOS. H. RISLEY.
EXTRA QUALITY MUSCOVADO
I7IOR 3 A LE BY
? Juno 27_JOS. IL JUSLKY.
(J MALL LOT FOB SALE LOW, T'l CLOSE CUN
IO SIONMENT, by JOS. II. UIBLEY.
No. 110 Fast Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
~_TRUIT AND V?t3C__TABLES.
THE HIGHEST MABKET BATE8 PAID FOR
MELONS, PEACHES, TOMATOE8 and POTA
TOES, In largo lots, by H. P. GI LE.
Juno 27 12_No. 131 Moettng-Btreet.
LIME, HAY, LATHS.
1 i.__r^ DDLS. FBESH LIME
J_O _/ _/ 100 bales Primo Eastern Hay
Landing from "Brig "L. T. Knight" For sale by
OLNEY A CO..
Juno 26 a NOB. 9 and 11 Vendue Bango.
COAL ! COAL ! HAY !
.JET/""* TON8 EGG COAL; 100 TONS STOVE COAL,
-?U for Bangos.
200 bales Hay. Landing from Schoonor Alba, and for
Bulo by H. F. BAKEB k CO.,
June 26_S_No. 20 Cumberland-street.^
Q/"\/rW\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE COBN, NOW
O \J \J \J landing and for salo by
WILLIS - CHISOLM.
June 27 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
CORN IN BULK, AFLOAT.
rrv/\/\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE COBN, PEB
_/_f \y _f tchoonor Swan, on Brown's Wharf. For
ealoby JOHN CAMPSEN it CO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposite Stato-etreot.
Juno 20 4
CORN, FLOUR AND HAY.
'C_d BUSHELS PBIME WHITE CORN, IN BULK,
?J _/ \J landing per schoonor Swan.
IN STORK :
2500 bushels Primo WHITE COBN
GO barrels Supor and Fine Flour
1000 balos Timothy Hay. For salo by
WEST & JONES,
Jane 26 2 No. 75 East Bay.
zr\r\C\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN.
tJ\J\J\J For sale by
JNO. CAMPSEN fc CO.,
No. 14 Market-Btrcot, opposlto Stato-streot.
June 26 3
BUTTER AND LARD.
?I gr KEGS CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER
JLO 20 tubs choleo Goshen Butter
25 Arkins Lard
Landing from steamer Flamboau, and In store. For
sale by W. H. -?AFEE,
June 20 w12 No. 207 East Bay.
SMOKING AND CHEWING
GENUINE "KILLIKINIOK" SMOKING TOBACCO,
msnulactured by "M. Moore," of Lynchburg, Va.,
bl 5 lb. packages.
19 boxes Chewing Tobacco, suitable for country trade.
For sale by JAS. G. MOFFETT,
June IS fmwG No. 24 East Bay.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for the manufacture of
tho best COTTON GINS over made in this country, aro
now prepared to receive orders from Planters and
Others wishing to purchase.
The lons established and weB-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that the article wlB give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT St CO.,
May 14 Wlnnsboro, S. O.
INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE OOM
PANY made to the OomptroUor-Qeneral of South Caro
lina, pursuant to the statute of the State:
Of which baa been paid up.$191,660
Duo by Stockholder-. 8,400
Negotiable Notes discounted.$187,104.37
Oasbon band. 8,990.14
Due from Stockholders. 8,460.00
Due for Premiums. 773.17
For losses or other claims. None
(Signed) B. O. WHEBBY, Jit,,
Richmond, May 21, 1866.
STATE OF VIRGINIA, OIT_ OF RICHMOND.
Thia day, personally appeared before me. a Notary
Publlo, In ant.' for sold City of Richmond, DAVID J.
BUBB, Secretary of the Insurance and Savings Com
pany of Virginia, end mode oath that the above Btato.
mont is true and correct. In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my baud and national seal, tblB 21st day
of Msy, 1866.
(Signed) EDW. 3. WARREN,
FIRE RISKS TAKEN BY _*HE ABOVE FIRST-CLASS
COMPANY AT OUBRENT BATES.
WM. 0. BEE k CO., Agents,
Juno 23 6 No. 22 East Bay.
Inexperienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presento to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates tho process of Teething, b)
softening the gums, rednolng all inflammations, w11
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodlo action, and Is
SURE TO REGULATE TEE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, It will give rest to yonreslrea
Relief and Health to Tonr Infants,
We have put np and sold this artlole for over tbirt)
years, and can say In oonfidonoe and truth of it what ?.
have never been able to say of an other medlclne
NEVEB HAS IT FAILED IN . SINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CUBE, When time.. usod. Never did we
know of an Instance of dlssatiaUction by any one who
usod It On the contrary, aU are delighted with Its op?,
rations, and speak in terms of oommendatton of its
magical effects and modi cal virtuos. We speak In thii
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE. In almost
evory lnstanoe where the Infant is suffering from pair
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes alter the syrup is administered.
Full directions for using will sooompany eaoh bottle
None genuine unless the foo simile of CURTIS A PER
KINS, New York, is on the onts.de wrapper.
Bold by all druggists throughout the world.
Prie? only 35 Cants pe? Bottle.
For Mia by
KING & OASSIDEY.
F?br_rr M duo , .?r?-'**? -
JHT THE WEEKLY BEOOBD OAK BE PUB
?HA?ED at H. P. BUGG'8, Market-street, a^d M. M.
QUINN. King-street, at which places news_. w : _ b#
AT Ho Dauer* w 1) be sold ?rea the Office ___?.
.t?.r December 1*
?l- ..' ? ; ?<
AUCTION SALES, (
Bootu ami Shoes.
HY v. HUNT jtt so-v.
THIS DAY, at half-past IO o'clock, ni Store No. 17 Hayne
strect, wo will sell,
60 CASES AND CARTOONS BO.-TS AND SHOES
MEN'S CALF BOOTS, Brogan*.. Balmorals, (*o,iKrt?i
Hrioi?, Strap Shoes and Slippers, A-c; W11 ?nil's mut IJS
?lies' (Initrrs, and llalmnrals, anil Slips; MIFSCS' aud
Chilli's Balmorals, Oallen?, Ankl? Tit-s mill Slips; Roy?*
Ilrogans, Congress aud Oxford Ties.
Coiulttioiis catii ou delivery. Stile pot>iti\o.
Furniture of a family going away.
II V It. HUNT ?Ai SON.
TO-MORROW, the 28th instant, at 10 o'clock, at lb?
residence No. yal King-street, abovo Oeorgostrcet,
will he sol?!,
A larne and fiuo asuortment of FURNlTUUF.of a family
CONSIST?S? IN 1*AIIT OF:
Extetision DINIISO TABLE, elegant Sideboord
Bureau, with ?loss; Undstcads, with Spring Beds
Sofas, Lounges, Mahogany Chairs Rocking and Easy
Chairs, Looking Oliwscs. Pictures
Ornament Shades, Carpets, Side Tables Wire Sofa,
Kitchen and Cooking Uten? ils, Table Ware. .Vc.
With a 1-irgo cumber of other articles too numerous to
Conditions cash before delivery. Juno 27
BY AU-KM ?RAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, will borold, at 11 - Stb_n,
corner of King and Libertv- streets.
Bataneo of invoice of DRY GOODS, MATT! :. ?, te
1 COORING STOVE [
o Mahogany Spring Scat Chair*.
HY It. 1?I. MAliSllAI.I,
TO-MORBOW, 28th instant, at hiilf-paft 10 o'clock, wfH
be sold beforo my Sales Boom, No. :i:i Broad-street,
One HORSE, TOP-BITOGY AND HARNESS. TU?
Horne is warranted sound, and tin- whole turn-out soli
on account of tho owner leaving.tho city.
Two FINE LARGE DRAFT HORSE8. .?
Conditions cash. June '?17
HY II. III. niAHSHA 1.1..
TO-MORROW, 281b liist , at 11 o'clock, wi'l bo sold bo
foro my Salos Koora, No. 33 Broad-street,
1 LABOE GRAY HORSE. Saddle mid Draft
1 line Sorrel Horso
1 Clay Bank Filly
2 prime Muirs.
All of tho abovo aro warranted sound.
Conditions cash. . June *7
BY R. Al. lHAHMlALiLa.
TO-MORROW, 28lh inst., at 11 o'clock, will bo sold,
before m? Salce Boom, No. 33 Broad street, '
The FURNITURE of a family declining honsekeeptog,
consisting of Chairs, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wardrobe.
WosliHtauds, Bath Tabs, Wuat-Nots, Tables, Desk,
Conditions cash. Juna3T
three Valuable Iota in Cannt-n's Court.
BY suit I'll ?fe ni? (. 11.1.1 v it \ v.
Will bo sold, at 10>i o'cloek, on FRIDAY MORNIN?
next, the 20th init., on tho steps of the Old Gunton?
TUREE LOTS OF LAND on Cannon's Court (weit
end of Cannon-street), and once Short Court, as fol
LOT No. 169-Lies on the north side of Cannon'?
Court, next west of President-street, adjoining Lot and
Store of-Laden on tho catt, and is 02 feet (Mat
by 10S deep, more or less. _
LOT No. 108-Adjoining the above on the west, aapfs
also C2 feet by 10S. a
LOT No. 17a-To tbe north and rear of No. 169; of tho
samo dimensions, and fronting on Short Court. ?f
A Plat of these Lota can bo seen at our office.
Terms made known on day of sale. June 37
Houses and Lots in Columbus street.
BY SMITH ?St BIcttlLLI VAHY.
Will bo sold on the stops of the old Cnstom House, o*a
FRIDAY MOBNING next, tbe 29th Inst, at 10).
All that LOT OF LAND lying on tho north side of
Columbus-street, and the west corner of Robbin's Coori,
between Meeting-street and the track of the South Caro
lina Bailroad, measuring 33 feet front on Columbus?
street, by HU feet deep, moro or less; together with th?
Buildings thereon, consisting of a neat and comfortable
two and a half story Dwelling of wood, with four Up
right rooms, now renting for $30 per month, am}?
small two story houso In the rear, ou Bobbin'*? Court,
which rents for $12 per month. ?
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay as for papers
AT THE BAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BESOLD
the thrco LOTS OF LAND to tbe north of, and adjoin
ing, the above, fronting on Bobbin's Court, ami knoyn,
as lots O, D and B, as per plat of tho late Root K- Paine,
Olty Surveyor, to be seen st our office. These lo a mea
sure each 30 feet front on Bobbin's Oonrt, b. SI foot
deep, more or less. They are at present enclosed as
one largo square, but will be Bold separately or together?.
Three small but comfortable dwellings could be bulls
on these lots, giving abundant yard room, and yielding
a profitable interest on the investment.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers;
M II,LIGAN, miCH 111* HS Oi < ?>. J
Will soU on 1HURSDAY, July nth, at 11 o'clock. Im
Storehouse on Wharf, north of Marsh's Ship Yard,''
1 LOT WROUGHT AND CAST IBON ?
1 lot Cast Iron Pipes, 6 feet long, 3 inch bore
1 lot Wrought Iron Spike?
1 lot Bolts and Nuts
1 lot Gas Pipes
1 lot Panel Doors }
1 large Haystack Boiler
1 lot Live Oak Ship Timber, Ac. Ac. June.r
, PUBLIC SALIC.
THE UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL AID
GROUNDS, located In the City of Charleston, 8. O.
wlU be sold to tbo hlfthoat bidder, subject to the ap
proval of the bid by tbe Secretary of the Treasury,?
13 M., JULY 19th, 186(5, on tho prem?eos.
Terms of Sale- $1000 cash; balance ID equal payment*
of thirty, Btxty and ninety days. A Certificat? of Ml
wBl bo given at the time, and the deeds to be executes
upon tbe payment of the lost instalment of the pureba**
money. A. O. MACKEY,
June 19 Collector of Cus tom-.,
Valuable Heal Estate.
BY WIliBUR AND SOW.
At Private Bale
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the two
story WOODEN DWELLING thereon, situate
on the east side of Washington-street, betweea
__Callion, and Inspection streets, and known by
ho No. l8. Tho Houeo contalo s six square rooms, laUved
and plastoro 1 ; piazza on the south. On the premise*
there la a Kitchen containing four rooms. Lot moaauro*
?0 feet in front on Washington street, by 100 feet la
depth, be the samo more or leas. It is now yielding sa
annual rent of $360.
ALL THAT OF LAND, with the two and and a hilf
story DWELLIHQ thereon, with double piazzas, situate
on the south side of CAlhoun-etreet, third door east of
Smith-street, and known by the old No. 66; measuring
m front on Catii etui-streot 35 feot, by IOS foot In depth
The Houso contains six square and two attic weU-fln
isbed rooms; gas throughout. On the premises are a
Kitchen, Oarrlage House, Stables and all requisite out
buildings, Uno largo elstern and Well of good water, be.
ALSO, t ? i
TEN ONE-AORE BUILDING LOTS, situate lu the
Village of Mount Pleasant, about ten minutes' walk
from the Ferry. Will bo sold In Bingle Lots, or as a
For terms and particulars, apply to us as above, f
O JRNBR STATE AND CHALMERS 8TREET9,
House and Lot in Summerville.
BY I?. BUNCH dt SON,
No. BOO King Bareet.
At Private Bale:- ?
A HOUSE and LOT in BnmmervlUe, bl the vicinity ?st
Brown's Hotel; Lot measuring 1}? aores more or less;
the House containing four square rooms, with Kitchen,
ko. Will be iola on reasonable terms. For farther
particulars apply at above. w* JuneM
r I .. [
The Horrors of Indigestion. ?
You complain of your stomach, unfortunate dyspeptic
but ought not yonr stomach to complain of you ? Pos
sibly the pangs yon oadnre aro simply the stomach's
method of taking revengo upon yon for neglecting i__l
abusing it. Perhaps you have never made an eflbrttf
Improve its condition, but on the other band are ooa
tlnually cramming it with unwholesome and incong
OUR food. Havo you ever trlod HOSTETTEB'S STdl
ACH BITTERS, a proper ii lot, and regular meals? Tbo
Bitters In a week would put your digestive apparat?*
in perfect order, regulate the flow of bile in aooordaoet
with the laws of boaltb, and produoe Just so much
aperient action as would bo necessary for your good;
and when you are onoe all right, judicious and regular
dieting, with a little of tho Tonic now and thon, wool*
keep you BO. If you bave neglected these means of 8UK
don't blame your stomach for its rebellion. It is _ior_tf
nature's hint that she wants help. If you neglect It, UM
next thing mt/ be inflammation, or Sdlrrhus Cancer.?
some other rlolont and dangerous disease. Tberots
such a'thing ts being too late In these matters. HOS
TETTER'S BITTERS wUl euro Dyspepsie; but Dyspe?.
ala may engender diseases which defy all restorative*.