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Tlie Daily News.
FRID?\Y MORNING, JUNE 29, 1866.
Sar SES SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. .%?
TUB POSTOPPICE.-WO tako pleasuro in calllrg atten
tion to tbo communication on this subject, in tho sug
gestions of which wo heartily concur.
METHODIST Ouuaou IK COUUT.-Tbo Superior Pro
voBt Court of this District ??as decided tbo caso of Trus
tees of Methodist Episcopal Church M, Dr. Moon in
favor of the plilntiff?, and given them possession of
the proporty in disputo, but without going into tho ec
clesiastical or othor Important questions Involved.
TUBNVBBEIN.-We diroct attention to the advertise
ment of tho PIo-Nio of this society, to como off on Mon
day noxt. Bolvldoro Farm is an oxcollont locality for
auch festive rustle renniona, and as no ono knows bettor
than tho Gorman how to inako tho most of a holiday,
we have no doubt all hands will have a merry time.
WJ-JTEHDOBO* MA_K ACADEMY.- It is gratifying to
find that reconstruction is going on slowly but steadily;
and certainly not tho loast Important feature of It is the
attention now everywhere being boetowed on the sub
ject of education. Our Colleges are all again in opera
tion, and good preparatory schools aro much needed.
We congratulate the oitizons of Colloton District o_ hav
ing such au Institution in their midst, and wo doubt not
It will meet with abundant succoss.
IuroriTAMT.-All persons suffering from dleeasc of tho
eye and dofoctive vision, should loso no time before
calling upon Professor B KUNU III m-, of Berlin, Prussia,
who is now stop?lngat tho Mills Houso lu this city.
His Bpoctac.es aro supo'ior to all otbors now manufac
tur? d, and aro perfectly adapte 1 to tho wanta o? tho eye.
The Professor is a courteous gcntlcunn, and thoroughly
poslcd In all that rotates lo the soiouoo of optics, or por
tait?? to the human oye. Ho will only romain a lew
days, and all who need his aorvle.es should call soon.
TUE ENTKUTAII-'M-NT To-Monnow Nianr.-Our citi
zens aro much indebted to tbo Faculty of Charleston
College for the ontorUinlng and highly Instructivo
Course of Lectures thuy hive delivered during tbo past
six months. Tho learned do not gonorally step co far
out of their way to afford amusomentau- Instruction to
outsiders, and we are contlduut theso gentlemen have
the thanks of the community for their laadablo offor t.
The Lectores have generally been well attended, and we
have reason to kdow were woll appreciated. Tho Cou rse
Is now concluded ; but our nadara will per?oive, by an
advortiBomoot In this morning's NEWS, that an enter
tainment of a novel character is in store for them to
morrow night, and wo predict a crowded house. AU
desirouB of Boeing tho Aurora BoroaUs should go early
to seonre good seats,
A Cotr*-rra~ STOBE is peculiarly one of those institu
tions that require tasto and judjin-snt, beside a knowl
edge of the wants and necessities of tho poople, in ma
king selections, JKHOME CHASE it Co., of Floronoo, 8.
C, on a recent visit to this city, havo made largo pur
chases of dry goods, hats, shoos, crockery, hardware,
groceries, ko., at wholesale prices, as to allow them
to sell at retail the most desirable goods at Bach rate s as
i to bo an inducement to the citizens of Darlington, Ma
m?n and Chesterfield Districts to patronize them. They
request all to call and inspect their stock, and be satis
l that thoy can compote in price and quality with any
icr store. ,
TY Finie COMPANY PARADE.-Yesterday morning
ly the colored mon attached to Ward Engine No. S
led through tho principal streots, preparatory to
ndlng a pic-nlc a short distance out of town. Thoro
ro twenty-two men in groy uniforms, and forty-eight
hine uniforms, and a few in citizens dress. They
ere preceded by a bsnd of music, and had s banner on
hich was inscribed, "Engine No. 5-Established 1851."
o tanner was crowned with a beautiful wroath of
ses, which, we presume, was a token of regard from
tbo colored ladies to tbo gallant flremon. They were a
flao, robuBt set of men, aud tho parade was condn cted
with the greatest propriety and decorum We hope
that the rato which fell later In the day, did not Inter
fere with their anticipated rustic enjoyments. W<
?would also notice that, at their own request, thoy wen
accompanied by a small squad of policemen to prosorv?
THE TEST OATH,-The following is a summary of th<
proceedings had on this subject in the United 8tatei
District Court of South Carolina, before Hon. Gsono i
8. liiiYAN, Judge of said Court. We publish this te
prevent misapprehension, which might arise from i
brief notice we had in our issue of yesterday:
BUTTED STATES DIST. COUBT-SOUTH CABOLTOA ?I8TBI0T
H Ait i. AM H. TIIAI?E-, a citizen of)
Massachusetts, f Writ in Trespass.
8. C. MILLET, a citizen of South I WM. WHALEY,
Carolina. J Plaintiff'a Attorney
On motion of Wm. Whaley, Esq.: It is ordered tha
Daniel Horlbeck, Clerk of this Court, do s jowjoanse, oi
Tuesday, 20th Jane, 1860, why hs refuses to sign an?
attest the writ In the above case.
On the return of the Rule, the Clerk showed fo:
eau BO that William Whsloy had not taken and filed thr
oath commonly called tbo Test Oath.
After hearing argument by Wm. Whaley, Esq., anc
Hon. Wm. D. Porter, it waa ordered yesterday, at i
special session of tho District Court, that the law o
1805, being deemed unconstitutional in its applicstloi
to this case, it Is ordered nul aijudged that tho oath b<
dlspensod with, the rule be made absolute, and thr
Clerk do sign and seal the writ presontsd by the Attor
ney, Mr. Whaley, and he be admitted to hlB full right
as a practitioner or this Court.
COROXEB'B INQUEST.-Coroner WHITISO, on being in
formed of the death of Riciunn M. BiiAsronD, wh
died from injuries received in a riot on Sunday ovonin
last, repaired to the house where the body lay. Afte
an examination, he summoned the attending physician!
Drs. WINTHROP and MITCHELL, who, assisted by Di
MIDDLETON MICHEL, proceeded to mide a post-mo rten
examination. He then summoned a jury of lnquirj
but for want of proper testimony be adjourned the jar
to meet again tc-day at 1 P. M.
Tue following Is the cert.flcate of the physicians wh
conducted Oxepost-mortem examination :
THD-BDAI, June 28tb, 1800.
We, the nnderslgned, bavin? examined the body <
Mr. Richard Branford, at his father's residence, 1
Llmehouae streot. respectful!? report:
EXTRBNAL AvritAiiATrioa.-l'liedecoascd presents a dee
wound over the forehead, about four lnohes above th
right oyebrow, extending to the skull, with bruises ove
tho nose, chin and cheek, accompanied with extensiv
extravasation of bio jil over the right temple and side t
the foco, ontiroly closing tho right eye,
POST-MOBT-M.- On removing the Bcalp wo dlsoovore
an organized layer of clotted blood, extending over th
anterior and lateral right half of the head down to th
arch of tho temporal bone, on the removal ot whlc
the skull was found fractured. The fracture correi
ponded to the wound lu the integument of the foreheac
running from middle Uno oi the frontal bono upwar
towards the coronal suturo.ihon ox Willing downwards I
tho right temporal bone, fracturing the temple down I
the root of tho zygomatlc arch, coinpromlttlug bot
iulilr B of tho skull without dupro-Blon of the fracture
bouts. Tho c ot of blood covering one-half of tho hen
was complutcly organized, so as to ho raised off in tt
dUm ction as a membrane. On opening the skull a coi
BilliTablii coagulnm of blood occupied all the right ton
pora] region between tho skull and the dura-mat?r, l
whi.-ii iuvestlug membrane or the brain it was adb
sively connected. No rupture was observed in tho dur
mater. On removing the brain from Its m-mbrane
this organ was found congou tod, its blood vessels fille
With blood. Tuo riiiltt suhonoldal lo*-? presented a
cOh*iuu of blood of Um size of a twonty-flvu cent plec
and several other points of ecchymusis of a almll.
The above facts lead us to Infer that ?he doccas?
carno to his death In consequence of the Injury receiv?
on Sunday evening.
MIDDLETON MICHEL, M. D.
JOHN 8. _UT?'HE_L, M. D.
HENRY WINTHHuP, M. D.
ANOTHER INQUEST.-Coroner WBITIHO waa summoni
to hold an inquest yesterday, at the Upper Wards Gua
Hoase, on the body of CUABL-S W. LOCH?, who can
into the Guard Houso and stated that he W?B un--I, and
risked to bo silowed to sit there a fow momenta. A short
timo afterward ho was fmnd to be in a condition re
quiring medical aid. Dr. LOCKWOOD was callod In. The
man, howover, died soon afterward. Tho verdict of tho
Jury was in accordance with the opinion expressed by
Dr. LOCKWOOD, viz: That bo died of paralysis.
COURTof GENEUVL SESSIONS AND COMMON PLEAS.
Tho caso of Tho Stato vi. JAMES SULLIVAN, Larceny, was
the first taken np.
Tho Attomoy-Gonrral uppeared for tha Stile, and T.
P. KVAN, Esq., and J. li. COHEN, Esq., for tho do
Tho following Jury was cmpaunollod: W. KIHKWOOD,
Foreman; 0. WATCHMAN, N. DEVEIIEUX, J. li. JACOB
OWHKI, M. KENNEDY, SAMUEL SASDEIIS C. VOIOT, W. G.
TIIOTT, J. A. Bt-DOEB, J. U. PAI'I-, C VOLMEB, B. G.
The indictment charged that JAMES SULLIVAN s'.olo
from the shop of Mr. DAVID W. DAVIS a number of koys,
The Attorney-General, In a fow brief remark?, defined
tho crlmo of Ur?n?l Larceny.
Mr. David W. Davis, ihc first witness, deposed: That
bo Is a locksmith aud boullanger; hisstorolslu Meeting
Btreot, near George; some time in April nitssod tho
koys. Ac, from his osubllshmont; was called upon by
tho police to soo If some koys, &c , found wore bis, and
identified them; tho mornlu? ho mis,ed the articles ho
found everytblug lu his atoro In confu.ton; bo kept
quiet about It, thinkiug tint timo would develop It; re
cognized tho tools, keys, Ace, which were banded to
him to Identify, and explained tho uso of thom to tho
Cro:s-examined- Knows that tho articles aro his, from
tho fact that be made many of them himself.
Examined in reply-Illa storo door was locked in the
morning, as usual.
Lieut. U. W. Hendricks deposed: That tho stolen ar
ticles wcro brought to tho Guard lum so by Mr. Quinn;
ho sent far o iii. rent parties to Identify them, and Mr.
Davis described thom accurately befuro ho saw them;
arrested tho prisouor bims? ir at tho Red Lamp.
Cross-examined.-Suspected the prisoner a? being con
nected with a guug of burglar?., und arrested him ac
J. F. Quinn ____ That lie only delivered tho pick
locks at Un: Guard House? uot them from his Bister;
never saw tho rest ol tbo articled ; had scon the prisoner
boforo at tho Rod Lamp;' suppjsed he was boarding
Crow -examined.- Tho prison? had been ou a steamer
run!,mi; to Hilton Hoad.
-deposed: That abe received the keys from
Su'.livau, who Mimi her to tako caro of them fur htm;
ah" only l.??pt them ouo night, wheu her brother too?
them away; had ncvor soeu tho nth-' articles; don't
kuow wliuro Sullivan got thom from.
W. Albert depuso?! that ho bid tin uva tho prisoner
about a month; bo h_ l>cou given a bundle ol keys to
throw away; Sullivan claimed a part, nnd ho gavo him
tho whole of thom; Clear, who i> ??irdoil at Mrs. Ludo
vloli's, favo him the keys to throw away ; HnlUvo.n claim
ed the keys, and ho curried thom to tho lied Limp, and
a man named Stanton rocelved thurn for Sullivan, and
hld them; thought that ho recognized tho oloth tho
keys woco wrapped In, but had never oponod it.
Cross-examined.-Could not swvar to the keys, as ho
never saw thom; ?juillvan claimed a portion ol the bun
die as his properly, and ho carried tho whole bundle to
bim without opoulng It.
Examined in reply. -Does not know how Sullivan
beard that Clear nad given him tho bnndlo to throw
away; brought the bundle from wh.ro ho had thrown it
aud carrie 1 it to Sullivan.
S. J. Coates deponed that ha b&d recelvod Information
tbat Sullivan claim _ MOM keys, ko ; wool to tho Re I
Lamp with Lieut. Hendricks and arrosted Ulm ?prisoner
denied all knowledge of the articles.
Tbo de'enco having no teatlm jay to advance, T. P.
I.Y..N, Esq., ono of the piisoner'a osunsal, ably argued
his client's case, and shovel that the ovilouc. was
merely of a circumstantial nature. T/io Attorney-Gone -
ral followed, and in a clear, o ?nels ) mann or, arg?id the
cass for the State'. J. B. COHEN, Esq., clossd the ease
in an eloquent argument. Judge DAWB_NS cb irgod tho
jury, who retnrned a v.rdlct of Quilty.
The next ono on the d ickot was the State vi. DAN IEL
HuuHiiE.-i- for Larceny.
The Attorney-General appeared lor the State. R. W.
8ETMO?R, Esq., and AsHEn D. COHEN, E _, for the de
Tho following Jury was empannolled : L. COANE, Fore
man; J. H. PAULS, F. BENJAMIN? E. COSTELLO, 0. TIEDE
MAN, O. VOLME. N. DEVEllEUX, W. _. HASTIE, J. A.
BLODGER, O. VOIOT, E. W. M-IIKMIV, B. G. HATOBER.
Tho ludlcto.eut charged that tho prisoner had stolon
monoy, the properly of Mr. DOMENICS MOUTON.
Mr. Domiolck Morton deposed that botween Saturday
and Moudty, lu the early part of June, ho IHIHBO J tho
money ; the bills were _'s, Id's and 5's; bad the money
In a vallBO in bis landlady's room ; ho boarded at No. 10
Chalmers siro, counted the monoy on Saturday; the
trunk was locked, aud ho had the key. aud It wan locked
on Monday, when ho missed the money; got drank
baturday night and was carried to the Guard House;
waa called up Monday morning and fined $10; his
landlady advanced the money, and when li ?j got clear be
wont to get tho monov to repay bor and It waa goue.
Crois-examiii-t.-Lives with Mrs. Pon&old in Cht
mers-Btreet; bad tbo key of his valise with him in the
Guard House; did not ask the landlady to keep his
rank, but just lett I: thora.
Wm. Mace deposed that bo knew tho prisoner; that
be always had money; board of tho loss of Morton's
money; prisoner asked bim to take a walk with bim,
and showed him $410 on Monday morning; the sam ti
day he heard of the IOBB; when prisoner counted tbo
money he dropped a twenty and two ten's, whian be
picked up and gave to him; tbey wont up to th > Four
Mile House, and were drinking the whole morning;
got acquainted with Haghheart and Morton at the
hoarding-house; saw Morton on Mond ty afternoon,
when he caroo down from the Four-Mile House.
Cross-examined.-Prisoner waa In United States ?or
vice as a teamster; was an Industrious character;
always RAW Hughboart with monoy; wrote to Hugh
heart's father for him once, requesting him to send on
some money to bim; prisoner was andona ti gets
team, and asked Morton to go in with him; Morton said
he had only $20; did not have much to do with Mor
ton; Hugh heart had lost money himself at his board
ing-house; a little girl had taken it.
Examined in reply. -Had Been Hugbheart with $50,
$20, and snms of that BIZO frequently; prisoner told htm
that ho got tho $410 from the North in answer to the
Domluick Morton, re-examined, deposed : That Hugh
heart had a ko? that fitted bis trunk, because be lost bia
ley once aud Hugbheart lout him a key that oponed it.
This was about t?o mouth? before his loss.
Oo.j-eramiTieil-Bis valisa was of the us aal style;
ibe landlady knew that Hughhetrt'a koy opened his
voilso; had been In jail; was tried and acquitted last
term, then went to New York, and when ho returned
he had the monoy; had returned about two weoks.
F. FarreU, Detective, doposed : That when Morton
was released from the Guard House he informed him ol
his loss, and he arrested Hugbheart as the suspected
person; Morton made an affidavit to that effect; search
ed Hughheart when ho carried him to the Guard House,
but found no money on him; Hughhoirt stated that lie
had received a large sum from home; don't know the
Lient H. W. Hendricks deposed that ho assisted
in tbearrost and searched bim at tho guard Uouse, but
found nothing on him. Ho den--having had auy largo
amount of monoy.
Cross-examined-Hearched him thoroughly, but found
Wm. Maco-He-examined-Was Intimate with the
prisoner, nut knew Morton slightly ; Hughheart had
given bim the clothes he had on.
Cross-examined-In a New Vorker. Pris -nor bad com .
plained that somo one had taken a key from his ring at
the boarding house; searched but could not find lt. iii?
key lost waa the key of bis valise-it was a oom mon
The Attorney General decUnei argning the case, as he
could not charge tho prisouor with the guilt. Tin
coniiBol for the dofenoe also doolloed, and the Jad ge
left the nutter to the Jury, wbo, vith)utlojvln? their
setts, returned . verdict of Not Guilty.
In the case of the Stato vi. Wood and Klein, for nnia<
anco, tiled on Wednesday, the Jury r?tame! a sealed
vordlct of Guilty.
Paovosr Counr, Jnne 38.-Tho proceedings on thi
criminal side to-day were meagre, and the prosecution!
for the most part fruitless.
Uultud Hiatos M Saaiuel Logan (colored).-Stealing.
Policeman LAHBOK, sworn : I arrested d?fendant abou
3 o'clock this morning; he, with another, was driving i
oow? I went towards thom, when tboy both ran; '.
caught the defendant and the cow, and took thom te
the Guard House; be said ho wat going to Mr. LESPOLEH
but was going tho othor woy; the cow was taken iron
An NA LINDA, sworn : Livoa corner of Nassau and Lim
stroot- In this city ; my cow wai stolen from my cowpo
last night; this morning she was gone, and the gato wa
open; found her this morning at tho Guard Hoaae; kooi
her In up overy night, and turn bor ont in the floh
every day; I have sometimes given defendant bread
that itali I know ?bout him. Guilty; $15, or slxt
days' hird labor on the streets.
_ United SUtea vi. Jacob Myers, Titui Johnson, Jame
Jefferson, Elizabeth Maxwoll, Harriett Robinson,
Paulino Oreen.-Broaking open a house, and annoying
tho nelgborhood -In this caso thoro being no proof that
defendants broke open tho house, they wore discharged,
but wcro admoulshed not t > go thoro again.
; United States na, ISAAC WOOLFE (white).-Stealing.
.lovellU Freeiuau (colored), sworn: i went in defendant's
?toro up Kiug-stroot lo buy a coat; ho said I must try uti
the coat, and 1 did so; and ho nula I must go ti tho
g1'su; I did so; and wb?*n I caine back missed my pock
et bosk from (ho coat which I bul pulled off; tho coat
was turned over up-sldc-dowti; I hil folt tho pookot
book in my pockot when I vient in ccfemlauVd
store?; I had counted tho motley iu it in uuothcr storo a
few moments before; it had $3.20 iu it; nobody O)BC was
in d?fendait's storo except hit mother; havo not ?eon
tbo pocket book since. Contluuc?l until to-morrow.
MAYOB'S COUBT Thursd-iy morning, Juno .8.-?V
widow In deep mourning was very gruteful for boing
lot off with a warning, on a chirlo of selling liquor
without a license.
?V pnrriit-iirue 1 Dutchman was also very grateful for
being allowed until to morrow to disposo of h la swine.
A drayman, who was beating his mulo, was discharg
ed, as ho had atoppodltniuodlately when ordered by tho
A mOBt uncommonly and comically ugly fellow, who
said ho worked in a saw-mill, was fino 1 (S for making a
dlsturbanco. Thor? were three sailors with him who
did not soon*, so much to blame They said that tho
ugly man forced himself on their society. One of thom
was Quel $3, another $2, and tho third wits discharged
USITED STATES FBACTIONAL CPHBENCV.- Tho follow
ing extract from tho Richmond tVhig's account of the
proceedings beforo tho Mayor's Court ia equally appli
cable In this city of ours. The Whig's comments there
upon aro highly consolatory to the lu.it holders of those
Ferdinand Sardlhi. very dirk looking It ilim, charged
with uttering couutorMt fractional curj-cn.y of the
Uni c1 tittle?. Ills Urmo.* rmuarkc.l tint norna timo
sine.) a party or ptrttos bid boon brought before bim
up II a similar charge, and, as It was a w -11-known fact
that i.nist of tho United s?tes ?.mal notus woro sup
posed to bo worthless, aurl that thoso which wor? gonu
iuo could not bo distinguished by a majority ol' UM peo
ple Iroin ?liiiHu which woro not, bo had discharged tho
ne ini*d in that ease; hut that this (hing bavin:: become
su r-minion boro, and it being a slngulir fact that every
one . f tlir parlies brought to his notco wai mi Italian,
ho would send this mau to jail unless ho ?avo bond and
security fo.-his oppoar-tieo bofore htm at some future
day, which had not been dono whoii wo hut. Ho fur
thermore stated that thoro was an old law of Congress
which authorized Justices of tho Peace t ) examine
such casos aud siud thom on to tho United States Crail
misslon-ir, that for the tlrst timo for many years ho In
tended to Mt under thit law, and hold the prisoner to
be turned over to the prop? ofllcor of the United Staten
Counterfeit Small Notes.-As a commentary on tho
case before the Mayor this morning, wo would state that
those spurious notes have beoomo, if possible, moro
pleutlrul than negroes on tho Capitol Rqmro. Wo
Bpeak from hoarsay, beoauso we aro never troubled with
notes of any sort, except thoa* we manufacturo for tho
Whig. The fact 1B that unless one Is au oxoert, it Is
ne j t to impossible to distinguish between the counter
feit and tho goauluo. As an Instance of thl?, a large re
tail morchant on Malao-stre'ttold us on yesterday that
about three weeks slnco ho aont. to tho Ouroau at Wa rill
ington for rodoupllou $1000, and received in exoha ngo
335 in good currency, and the balance, f 085, stamps d as
HKBBEW M-MOBtAL AssociATios.-The ^following ap
peal, we have no doubt, will bj read with interest, and
cheerfully responded to by many of our readers. The
ladies In Richmond, who have this matter in hand, are
of tho highest respectability,-worthy millie.T in Is
rael,-and were, Indeed, the soldiers,' friends all through
the war. This wo know from personal observation.
Mrs. -ULOMO* DAVIS is the Presidontof the Association.
Mrs N. LEVIN, of our city, ha j bedi appointed to re
ceive subscriptions, and any contributions loft at her
reaidonco, No. 30 8oolety-strcot, will bo gratefu Hy ac
TO Tn_ ISBAELITE3 OF TUE SOUTH.
RICHMOND, VA.. Juno 5th, 1800.
While the world yet ringa with tho narrative of a brave
peiplo's struggle fur Itidopandeuce. and while t t.o story
of the hardships so nobly endured for Liberty 'H Bake Is
yet a themo but half exhausted, the countless graves of
the myriads of heroes who spilled their noble blood in
defence nf t ha glorious causo, lie nogluctod, nut alone
unmarked by tablet or sculptured urn, out literally van
ishing beloro the rel-ntioss Ungar of Time. Within the
past four weeks, thoro havo been formed by tho ladles
of Richmond two Associations, viz : the "Hollywood"
and the "Oakwood," having for their object tho caro
and r?novation of the soldiers' graves in those comc
torles. . .
O tempora?cously with the abovo, we, the Hebrew
Ladies, formed a similar Association, with the view oi
caring for the groves of Jewish soldiers; which, of coarse,
would not bo ombrac'd In the work of either of the first
In our own cctnotcry repose, alas I the snerod re
mains of many a loved brother, son and husban d, te
whose relatives, in tho far sunny South, It would bo a
solace to know that the pious duty of preserving from
decay the last resting pi ice- of their lost ooos, although
denied to thom to perform, la yet saoredly fulfilled by
the me-absrs of the " Hebrew Ladles' Memorlsl Asao
It is our intention to mound and turf each grav e, and
to place at the bead of each a simple stone, ins crlbed
with the name. State, aud timo and place of doath ; sub
sequently, to rear a monument commemorative o f tboii
In order, however, to successfully accompli?h our ob
ject, wo need some pecuniary assistance. Our scant
and somewhat needy com-unity, already so hoavllj
Uxod, has done well; but wo (lad "this wur? la too great
for us;" therefore with a full confidence in thi
sympathy aud cooporAtlon of our people elsewhoro, we
make this appeal for aid, well knowing that as Israolltei
and truo patriots, they will not refus i to assist in rear
tag a mornmoot which shall serve not oily to oom
mem?rate tho bravsry of our dead, but tbo grail tndi
and admiration of tho living, for thoa?, who so noblj
perished in what we doomed ?..instand rlgUtsous ciuso
and wnll" as Israelites wo mourn the untl-noly lotus o
our loved ones, li will bo a grateful reflection that the*
suffered mt tholr cou-itry to e ?ii lu vain.
In time to come, whea ?mr grief shall have uecom e, li
a measure, silenced, an I when the malicious tong ne o
slander, ever so ready to assail Israel, shall be raise;
against us, thou, with a foaling of ?muir ?ful prldo, w11
we point to this monument and say: "There Is ou
reply." Mas. ABRAHAM LEVY.
Cor. Bec. of the Hebrew Ladles' Memorial Asa'tlon.
Auction Bales Tills Day.
MOEAT k CAMPBELL will sell tUle day, at thei
stores, Hasel street, next to tho Poitoihca, at 10 o'clook
Rhino wine, furaituro, matting, damaged ootton, ko.
MILES DBAKB will sell at his Btoto, -corner of King an
Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, Invoices of boots an
shoos, also dry goods, clothing, hosiery, no tiona, ko.
SMITH k MCQILLIVBAY, will sall, this day, on the step
of the old Custom Houso, at 10>_ o'clock, three valuabl
lots of land In Cannon's Court, also houses and lots 1
F. lue-us will sell this day, at bis atore, Ko. 1.1
Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel, at 10 o'clock
1 350 lots of dry goods, clothing, hosiery, bo.
HKMBY COBIA b Co., will sell this day, on Brow n I
Go's Wharf, at 11 o'olook, about 130 bales JZutora ha]
slightly damaged by salt water.
ISAAC E. HEBTZ b Co. Will sell this day, tt their ?tori
No. 201 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, Virglala-ou-ad tam ii
hams, pick toa, leaf and manufactured tabaoco, &o.
i WE WOULD call attention to tho advertisement ?
i Messrs. LAMDEBT k li AMPI MO, Koa. 31 and 83 Broad
way, Sow York, solo Importera sai proprietors oi "Til
Hygienlo Wine," whtcb WAS approved by tho im p orb
t School of Medicine, Paris. It Isa most delicious bovei
i age, and from its high ropuUllon aaamodloinal remod
I will, doubtlouB, suporaolo tho uso of all ompl.rloal noi
i triims, bittern, ko., now offered for sale. 1
i TOE OLDEST MEDICAL PBAOTICB IS that of tho fam li?
Long before doctors were known tho head of the famil
i- examined and prescribed for tho members, From ti
0 necessity of the case tho flrst and most importa nt stat
s of ovory disease is treats 1 by the patient's parents i
f nurse. This being so, how Important that the moat
1 on hand should bo simple, ample and efficient.
I, HuMPimBva' HOMOXOPATBIO Sritoirtoa (advortlaod i
S another column), perfectly meet this want, and houl
be In tho hands of every intelligent family. Depot, K
s 50?! Brot,?, way, New York, 8
Damaged Colton, on arrounl all Concerned.
31 I-It. A V -? -/tnil'lJl'.l.la,
\? it I'ostollii? , li . ??-I Streut,
Will sell, THIS DAY, _th lu?t.. ut 10 o'clock,
Olio HALE UPLAND COTTON.
ComlilloiiH cadi. Juno 20
Rhine Wine on account of Shippers, <in?i by order
McK.VY _.- CiVNPUKI.I,
Will sell, Till?} D ._, Friday, nt li o'clock,
- case-, imported RU1-E WINE.
Condition? canil. Jim?. 2?
Furniture, Matihuf, ?tv.
MCKAY A CAM-Il KL I?
Will mil, THIS DAY, Friday, at .0 o'clock,
One WARUKOBK, llook?;a?e. Bureaus, Sideboard,
Bedsteads. Engravings, Sofas, Marble Top Tables, Li
ning Tables, WaslistaiidH, Maltressof, Chamber Crock
ery, Ice Uoime, Carp-1, Matting, &0., kc.
One Gilt Frame MIRROR, largo size.
Six Toiroy'B Patent ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
Conditions cash; and all goods to bo removed sanio
day. Juno 29
Boot*, ?Shoes, Ac.
BY MILKS l)KAl_.
TIIM DAY, 29th lnsL, at 10 o'olock, will bo sold at my
Storo, corner of King au?! Liberty streets, INVOICES
OF IJOOT8 AND SHOES, received from Now York
and Bunton manufacturors, to bo bold without re
6 CASES, 60 PAIR, MEN'S CALF P. B. BOOTS
6 casos, 120 pair, Men's Duff Brogans
4 ca.eB, 96 pair, Men's Enamollcd Brogaus
10 cases, 240 pair, Mou's IluiTund Calf Balmorals
2 caso>, 48 pair. Men's Calf Sewed UalmoraU
8 cases, 102 pair, Men's Calf oxford Tlos
2 cases, 48 pair, Men's Patent Leather Oxford Ties
3 cases, 72 pair, Mon's Buff Congross
2 cases, 48 pair, Mou's Fiuu bowed Congross
2 cases, 4?t pair, Mcu's Lasting Congress
12 cusen, 720 pair, Women's Goat and Morocco Bal.
IG cartoons, IROpair, Ladles' Fino Lasting Cougress
15 cartoons, 180 pair, Ladics'Moroccoaud Kid IUluio
20 cartoons, 240 pair, Misses' and Children's Slippers.
Cougress (Unter.--, Anklo Ties und Balmorals,
A LONG LINE OF SEASONABLE DRY GOODS,
Hosiery, Clothlug, Notion?, Ac. April 2'J
Boiler*. Chains, Beits, Windlass, Ac.
BY SUTH St -MCKIt.
TOMORROW, tho 30th Instant, at No. 7 State-street, at
ba'f-pAKt 10 o'olock, will be Bold,
THE FOLLOWINO ARTICLES, to wit:
1 BELL, wolght 200 to JU0 pounds, nearly new
1 Bell, weight GO to 40 pounde, nearly now
i Low Pressure ilottor. 2G leet loug. 0 feet In diameter
1 Round Cylinder Boiler, 20 foot long, 20 inches In di
1 Small tubular Boiler, 6 feet long
Lot Rope, about 1000 pounds, ucarty now
Lot Oh-n about 200 foot, now
1 (.niall Hotfle Wogon
1 No-Top Uuggy
1 Cart, 1 Dray. 1 Catt Body
1 Patent Windlass, lu completo order
With sundry other articles.
Conditions cash, aud to be taken away on day of sale.
N. B.-The Bollera to bo sold as they lay on thocanse
way of tho Savannah Rollrosd Depot. Juno 29
Sale of Sugar, Molasses, Wines, Jelly and Mar
malade, Preserved Fruit, Havana Syrups, Ha
vana Segars and Spanish ?Smoking Tobacco, just
arrived per British schooner Aid, direct from
BY It. SALAS, Auctioneer.
On T?E8DAY next, the 3d July, at li o'clock at Messrs.
Dn Cottcs A Salas' Storo. No. 118 East Bay,
136 bbkZ } PB1ME MUSCOVADO SUGAR
270 bblg } I"rltD6 MuBcovado Molasses
20 bhde. Choice Porto Rico MoUsses
20 qr. casks Catalonia Claret Wine
12 cosos Gonulno Sherry Wlue
S cases Jelly and Marmalade
10 case? Preserved Fruits, assorted
S cases Havana ?yrups, assorted
20,COO Havana Scgars, of ciiolce brands and qualities
600 lbs. Spanish Smoking Tobacco, in packages of _
and 1 lb. each.
Conditions-?rnns under $1000, cash; over that
amount, 30 days' for approved endorsed notes.
MILLIGAN, __!____- Ot CO.
Will sell on 1HUR8DAY, July 6th, at 11 o'clock, In
Storehouse on Wharf, north of Marsh's Ship Yard,
1 LOT WROUGHT AND CA8T IRON
1 lot Cnat Iron Pipes, 5 feet loug, 3 Inch bore
1 lot Wrought Iron Spikes
1 lot Holts and Nuts
1 lot Gas Pipes
1 lot Pan -1 Doora
1 largo Haystack Roller
1 lot Live Oak Ship kimber, ko. kc. Jnne26
25 Cents Per Yard.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE COLORED GRENA
DINES THIS DAY OPENED, and selling a I
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, at
__ E .?LID'S.
No. 268 King-street, S. C.
Jnne 20 wfm
Muslins, Lace Spencers.
Black Crape Collars,
Lace Points, &c, THIS BA_
No. 263 King -street, S. C.
Juno 20 wfm
TO THE LADIES OF l-I.lKLb_.T0X.
LADIES PROMENADING ON THE BATTERY, Alt
respectfully in-tod to call at FRARY'H LA DIE .* ANO
GENTS' ICE OREAH PARLOB3, at No. 0 South Ba;
Battery. The Ladles' Saloon Is elegantly furnished
and Is conducted In first class fitylo-excellent quality o
ICE ORE AM, no noise, n o confusion, the quietness of i
private ho_3_-_ellght.nl CREAM SODA drawn from
Marble Fountain, with choice 8?ROP8. This Saloon li
open every day and o vening. Call and Judge for your
selveB. The upper balconies reserved for tho eapocla'
uso of the Ladies on Saturday afternoons.
Jnne 27 0 Sole Proprietor.
The Horrors of Indigestion.
You complain of your stomach, unfortunate dyspeptic
hut ought not your atomaoh to complain of yon? Poe
uibly the pangs you endure aro simply tho atomach'i
mothod of taking revongo upon you for neglecting am
abusing It. Perhaps you have never made an effort t
improve ita condition, but on the other hand ?re cor
tinually cramming it with unwholesome and incongru
ous food, Havo yon ever t'led H08TETTER'S BTOM
AOU BITTERS, a proper diet, and regular mealB1 Th
Bitters in a week would put your digestive apparatu
In perfect order, regulate the flow of bllo in accordano
With the laws of health, and produoo Just BO mud
aperient action as would bo necesaary for your good
and when you aro oneo all right, Judicious and regula
dieting, with a little of the Tonto now And then, woul
keep you so. if you have nt glee ted these means of euri
don't blame your stomach for Its rebellion. It Is morel
n ?I uro *s hint that she wont* help. If you neglect it, th
next thing may be Inflammation, or Sclrrhua Cancer, c
some other violent and dangerous disease. Thero 1
inch a [thing pi being too late la those matten. HOB
TETTER'S BITTERS wUl cure Dyspepsia; bat .-jap
*? sia may engender diseases which defy ail . _.-_lv_
Three Valuable Lots in Cannt-n*a Court
HY SMITH.*. McOII.LIVKAV.
Will bo sold, at 10>i o'clock, THIS MORNING, the 2<lt
iiistnnt. on the steps of tho Old Cliston. lions??
TURK- LOIH OK LAND on Cannon*?? Court (west
Hld of Cannon-street), and onco ?short Court, nu lol
LOT Ko. ICO-Lies on tho north ?Silo of Cannon's
Uonrt, next weft ?if Preildent-airect, adjoining Lot and
Store of -Linien en the ?-a<t, auu is o_> fi-ot fron t
hy HIS deep, more or ICHS.
LOT No. 108-Adjoining the abovoon tho west, and 1 s
aJaot?. bet by 1KB,
LOT No. 1711-10 tho north mid roar of No. 169; of tho
Kamo dimensions, and fronting on Sinnt Court.
A Plat ?if tliese Lot?,-an bo SUCH at our olllco.
_ "rl"_b*800 knowii on day of H ?IO. Juno 29
Mouse* and 1MS in Columbus street.
??," , ,IV. S1?**?T? * MrGII,I.IVARV.
"ALS? -SA-SLJ?1" **?.?? <,f .*. ?I?? Custom Honso,
rHI8 MORNING, tho 29111 Instant, at 10ii o'clock,
All thal LOT OF LAUD lying on tho north side of
ColuuiuuB-sticot. and tho westoornworiiobbln's Court,
hotweon Moetlug-streot ami tlio track oi tim Sou'h C arc
Una Railroad, nicasutliig *J3 loot fr.mt on Columbus.
Btroot, by HO feet tlcop, mom or loss; together with the
Buildings theroou, OOnilsUng of a neat mi?) comfort ablo
two and a half Btory Dwelling of wood, with four uy
right rooms, now routlug for $ao per month and.
small two Btory house m the rear, on Bobbin's, t mirt
which rents lor $12 por month.
Conditions cash. Purchasor to pay us for pap? t ?
AT THE SAME TIMK AND PLACE WILL Br -D
the tb'Tco LOTS OF LAND to tho north of, aud : ,ln
lug, tho above, fronting on Robblu's Court, and , v n
as lotH c, D and E, as per plot of tho late Robt. K. n e,
City t?urvoyor, to bo soon at our olllco. TIICBO lo .ioa
suro each 30 feet front on Bobbin's Court, by BI foot
deep, in or o or loss. They urn at present enclosod as
one lar 'e square, but will bri sold separately or togotber.
Three small but comfortable dwellings could bo built
on these lots, giving abundant yard room, au?l yloldln g
a profitable interest mi tim investment.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers.
Dry Goods, Hosiery, Clothing, dro.
IIV K . II A tit US. '
Will bo sold THIS MOUNING, at 10 o'clock, at m j
Storo, No. 130 Mc?*tl!!g-Btrcot, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
250 LOTS OF DRY GOODS, OLOTBING, _c, con
sisting of Mnrldor Color Prints, Blunt-h Milrtmg, Blue
Strips*, Union Cashmere, Plain Linen?, Brown liollaiid,
Urenadiuc Shawls, Ladies' Empress .skirt-?, willi li nillo
BordoT, u?w at) I??: Hoop-kilt-. Fine Alapacas, Mad
ras and L. C. Uandkls.
HO dosen assorted HOSIERY Just arrived; Hucka
back Towellln.-, Rino lUrego Veils, Scissor?, Purtmo
nles, Needles, Ootubs, ,\;c.
60 lots READY-MADE CLOTHING, consisting o I
Punt?, Vets aud Coals
10 cases STRAW OOODS.
Purchasers aro requested to tnko awav their goo IIH
on day of t-nlc, na o.vuora ore leaving for the Nortb.
Terms cash. Juno 29
Damaged lim/, on account of all concerned.
BY llKNll? I ?HU V afe ?It.
THIS BAY, at 11 o'clock, will be sold, on Brown "
About 180 bales EASTERN HAY, Rlightly damaged by
salt water, on board the bark "Dlcher," and sold ou ac
count underwriters and all concerned.
Conditions cash. Juno 29
Virginia Cured Family Hams, Pickles, Leaf and
Manufactured Tobacco, to close consignments.
ISAAC te. HEKTZ ?Si CO.,
No. 201 Bait Bay,
Will 8011 at their -toro, TIUS DAY, 29th instant, at 10
A Ano parcel of FAMILY HAMS
2 cases Floi Ida Tobacco, Hilo ia and wrappers
C buxos Manufactured Tobacco.
A flnp assortment of PICKLES, MUSTARD, _c.
THE UNITED .-TATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, locatid In tho City of Charleston, S. t.
will be sold lo the hiebest bidder, subject to the at
proval of the bid by tho Secretary of the Troaaury, ?
12 M., JULY 13th, 1868, on tho promues.
Terms of Salo-f lDCO cask; balancolu equal pay inn-;?
of thirty, Blxty and ninety days A Certificate of Salt
will be given at tho timo, aud tho deeds to bo oxooutx*
upon the payment of the last Instalment of thopurck*.*-' .
money. A. G. MACKEY,
Jone 19 Collector of Custon.?.
Valuable Real Estate.
BY WILKUR ANO -ON.
At Private Sale
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with the two
story WOODEN DWELLING thereon, situs te
on the east Bide of Washing ton-street, between
_Calhoun and Inspection streets, and known by
tho No. l8. Tho House c ?ntalcs six square rooms, lathed
and plasterei; piazza on the south. On tho promt see
there Is a Kitchen containing four rooms. Lot measures
40 feet in front on Washington-street, by 100 feet in
depth, bo the samo moro or loss. It Is now yielding an
annual rent of $3C0.
ALL THAT OF LAND, with the two and and a half
story DWELLING thereon, with double piazzas, situate
on tho south eldo of Calhouu-stroot, third door east of
Smith-street, and known by the old No. C5; measuring
In front ou Calhouu-stroot 35 feet, by 105 feet lu depth.
The House contains als square and two attlo well-fln
ishod rooms; gas throughout.. On the premises are a
Kitchen, Carriage House, Stables and all requisito out
buildings, One largo elstern and Well of good water, ?te.
TEN ONE-ACRE BUILDING- LOTS, situ ?to In the
VUlage or Mount Pleasant, about ten minutes' walk
from tho Ferry. Will be sold In singlo Lots, or asa
For terms and particulars, apply to us as above,
CORNER -TATE AND CHALMERS STREETS.
June 27 wlm3
A F?LL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WH?. IAM 6. WMLDEN & ?0?,
No. 256 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-8TREET.
June 15 fra w 2m os
CUE LEATHER AND WAS
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, CUES, ko.
WILLUM G. WMLDEN & CO.,
Juno 15 fniw2mos No. 255 KING-STREET.
PLATED, AND SILVER SPOONS
FORKS, 0A8TORS. TEA TRAYS
DISH COVERS, TABLE MATS
TABLE CUTLERY and
For sale by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLUM 6. WMLDEiY & ?0.,
June 15 fmw-mos No. 355 KING-8I'RBKT.
?TA? li mU?M?
PEREO80OP10 GLASSES FITTED TO SUIT AN*
WILLUM G. WMLDEN & CO.,
Juno 15 fmw2mos No. 355 KING-SrRKET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLUM ii. WUILDEN & CO.,
Ne. 355 KINGSTREET;
WATCHK8 AND JKWKl.llY KBPAIUB.D.
OLD GOLD AND SH.V?_R PURCHASED.
June 19 fmwamos
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
THE HIGHEST MARKET RATES PAID FOB
MELONS, PEACHES, TOMATOES and POTA*?
TOE**, in Urge loU, by H. P. OILS,
Juuo-7 u ?oalUltoettag-?tn-t.