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?F ie Daily ISTe^ws.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 18GG.
Oe arl of General Sessions nml Common
Court mot and was organir.rtl at 10, A. M.
The ? ?se of tho Stato sa J. F. W. nan? for Larceny
wau umniod. Tho Attornoy-Oonorai appeared for tho
Uti ?d R W. SEYMOUR. Esq.. for ihodefonco.
T?io following jury was ompantcllrd: Z. B. OAZEB,
?oro I ?tatt; 0. VOIOT. 0. VoLMEB. 0. COLSON, J. A
?un?..!:... a VATKIIMAN. P. WALCH, W. G. TnOTT.DEN
WtB l>' Al.LA?HAN. F. B. JACODOUSKI, J. H. PAULS, O.
Th ti.tllctmeut chsrgcd J. F. W. FnEKZE, In tbo Die
ri? ? vi (Uiarlcfcton, vrlth stealing machinery, tho prop
?srtv cn.. ROBINSON, Executor.
IV : i.os. Ptnckney deposed: That ho is lntoroitcd in
It- . ,Ut?of Mrs. Lowndes, of which Mr. Robinson is
?B~xt*?.t; ti : ; on the 'oat of May received Information that
'?I be tui.i ou Sauteo had been entered and tho machinory
toi. i!. suspected that it had beon carried to Charles
.oii, and notified parties hero; a beater, roller, pulloys,
. Xfi-iitiic rod, governor, driving whoel, and journal
to ?vee! w?re missing (oxpisiuod to tho Jury tbo uso of
t hie -: i.-hinrry). and thnt by tbo loss of theso tho mill
wau. ro<:idorod USOICBS; thought that tho machinery cost
S26K-; knew the prisoner at tho bar; ho had boon ruu
nlni;u boat on tho Santeo River; had soen him a few
dayi) privions to the loss; lives about flvo miloB from
Jtr?. Lowudoa' placo; heard from OhnrUston thatsomo
Wf ti.o trtlcles had bceu recovered; ?-ame down and saw
v* hur?-, iii tho guard bouse; could not positiv?ly identify
fe hi ?., . but they woro precisely tho articlos that had been
.ti len, Freezo was srrostcd at his instigation.
'Cro??-tJcawH'ncd-Tbo bullers o? tho mill had been ro
sno- -,.,, during tho war to makn salt. Freeze runs a
Obi..':.-; ; brings up provisions and carries back tho crop.
Hv nilli bud not been in operation since tho war. Tho
V lat? ?-as piantod ?nd Honr?os woro on it.
O. ?*. F. Caldwell, dotectlve, dt posed that In the early
?? art IA! Ulla month a loiter was received from Dr. Pluck ?
? ay, ??r.aillug lils loss, aud suspoottng Frorzo, Heard
bat FvcMaM Dad arrived and was at tbo foot of Hasel
ft root ; made a search and found tho articlos in a I ouso
n til?1 southwest coruer of Concord and Hasel. Upon
nquiry lound that tho articles were brought thoroby
-X*rooze. Carried the articlos to tho Ouard House.
Wrnezv bad return?d to Sauteo; about a week later heard
t hld arrival. Went there and heard that Freeze had
oin- tu tbo l'rovost Marshal for papers to show that ho
3x ed authoi ?y to trado on tho river. Arreated Freeze at
-Hdgertou A Richards; bad trackod him thoro. Freeze
an; pursued him closely, and ro-arrcsted him in Oow
Alloy Carried him to Mr. Kanapaux's office; when
ho.-. ;:." stated that ho bought tho machinory from some
negroes, and thought that no coud Identify ono of the
xsoftrooa. Chased Freeze about four squares and a half
oiorc he caught him. Freezo claimed to have a right
ft o buy from tho nogroes. Thoro were four pulleys, ex
oentnc rod, governor, and journal boxes found.
a Cross-examined.-There was about a cart load of ma
chinery ; Freezo was sitting in M. Yyloala's store door;
Mr. Richards gavo him the wink, and they tried to cap
are hm, wbeu caught he regretted that he had ran;
be machinery hadnot the appearance of bolngln fire;
don't think that It wasbiokonto dostroy Its Identity;
he machinory was stored in the neighborhood of
on mine?; the parties who had It in ohargo statod that
was parity engaged by a mau up town; Freezo thought
ne li?fl a right to buy such things from nogroes; he at
eniptod no concealment in the matter; tho Iron was un
oaileil and storod openly; he went to Edgerton A
Sieben'-? to collect freight.
Archil' .ni Camoron deposed : That ho has frequently
inaii>' machinery for steam threshing mills; Baw some
machinery on HoBel-street wharf, and was told that It
o ame from Santee by Freeze; coull identify tho articles
?Bund mi the wharf; explained the nature of tho articles
?eon to the jury, and tho probable cost; they could only
Sxave ni en disposed of as old material, and would have
-41 old for about one and a bal cents a pound.
Cross-examined,-Though?, that Freeze tried to sell
tallai the iron, but told him that ho was not In tho mar
ket, lim machinory was in good ordor, but would only
?.ell as old iron, on account of ita being detached pieces.
AziiMTneit tri reply.-The governor was bright, and
' then- -> as no mark of fire upon any of the machinery ;
AAotifjlit tho a' ticlo? bad boon well taken care of.
Vin.ii.ina Fr eman deposed: That ho does not know
be 1'ii-nnor; told the omeoT In soaroh of him the
?suit.. i>iit promised to make inquiries for them. Waa
-with thuin whon they looked at the machinery and com
-?* red it with o latter.)
Cros'-examined.-Pays l>,' cents prr pound for old
ron. in en waa some brass among tho machinery, whloh
tras worth 20 cents per pound. There waa about 800
'weight that ho saw.
?T. M Pundt deposed; That he does not know the
p rlsonor. Saw the officera takln . away tbe Iron, and
?cala ed thom what thoy were doing, and they informed
bim it wai stolen property.
X. 6. K. Elbworth deposed: That he is a moulder, and
enmiD for Mr. Pundt. Had bought Iron from the
prisoner and a carpenter on the wharf at different time?;
offered him the iron in question, but he refused to take
t; was with Mr. Cameron when some one asked him to
' bay tbe lot; saw them trying to break up the keater.
Cross- examined-The machinery soen was too good to
? < be sold as old iron, but it would not have brought
1 (?nor?? ; there appeared to be no concealment la the
\an.a-.t-i , raw tbe officers taking away the iron ; does not
?n??- .: Freeze applied to any other partios in order to
?nil Hu articles.
Examined in reply-The Iron looked too new, and as
if it ? a-i just taken away from the mill ; did not Uko to
bay ou that account ; supposed that the beater waa
broken in order to oarry H off ; it was rather bulky ;
?toes cot think It was done to destroy its ldontity, as su
?article of that kind could be eaMly recognized.
--- Hollinan, for the defence, deposed that no had
Uta awn the prisoner for about ten years ; used to be u d ray
anse ; always thought I lm to be an honest. Industrious
rodan, and placed confidentes in him.
C'rots-examined-Did not know the pritoner lnttmate
7, only from his dray log for him; he ceased to bo a dray
man about one year before the war, and had told him
that he had a boat; ho was in the Confederate army-in
.the cavalry ; had never heard anything derogatory to his
-Strobel, for the dofenoe, deposed: That he knew
tate prisoner beforo the war; had employed him and
placed confidence In him; ho waa an industrious man.
Cross-examined -Knew very little about him during
.'?'hc.viHt six years; bad heard that he had married Mr.
Bkrirj?'s (the lighthouse keeper) daughter, but did not
pay m ?ob attention to it.
Dr. Thomas Pinotcoy, re-extmlned by Attorney Oen
- ?ral, deposed: That he had heard of the prisoner, but
bad not seen him un il recently; does not Ihtnk tho
prisoner rore an enviable character; he used to trade
nviiu ntly with negroes, and waa disliked ou that
Cross-eramin'd.-Does not mingle with men of pris
oner's das-i, but overy man is talked about lu every
B. W. SEYMOUB, Esq., argued the case of his client In
bin usual happy manner. He waa followed by tho At
orxcy-Qencrai, who closed the case. Judgo DAWKTNS
?charged tho Jury, who, after an absenoe of threo hours,
7 ?t?rm (1 a verdict of Not Ouiity.
During the absenoe of tho jury the Court took up the
?zitei? of the State vs. Qxo. HENDY ISULWINKLK and JOHN
Bm.-tviNKLE, for retailing spirituous liquors without
license The Attorney- Ornerai for the State, and T. Y.
SIMON?, Esq., for the defence.
Mullins, policeman, deposed that he knew the storo
c4 the parties; shout the middle of April gave a white
boy a bottle and $1 bill io get him some liquor; he
*:?r!1ght out both tbo liquor and the change. 75 cents;
v&t??dautB' store is in Middle-street, near Calhoun; had
?Otr.-jr been In tho store himself.
Cross-examined.-Does not know who were the pro
prietors of the store; got the liquor about dark; the gv
waa lit; when he left borne no lamps woro lit.
Hugh O'Brien, policeman, deposed that heknowe the
place well; lives near there, and has been in the store
of defendants' often; knew they sold whiskey, for when
over ho sent for it he got it; Bulwlnklo was brought be
am the Mayor's Court and fined $100, but he referred
be metter to the Conti of Pleas.
Hun ry Fink, for the defenoo, deposed that he boarded
' "?rith the defendant?; knew thom well, and had never
a?e?an liquor sold oh the premises, and know none was
.Mid the night In question.
Cross-examined.-Know the Attorney-General well,
- bad been prosecuted ofton for selling liquor to negroes,
bat had never been convicted.
Mrs. Burns dopostd : That she has lived in that
xtarigtiorhood for threo years; O'Brien boarded with her;
on the oight of the 16th O'Brien and Mullins came to
bar h o H ?o and got a bottle out; after some time thoy
- oaxne bick with the liquor.
T. Y. SrMONS, Esq., argued the case of his ellon ta. The
Attornoy-Goaeral followed. Judge DAWKINS briefly
?barged the lory, who, without leaving their seats, re
ft nrncd a verdict of Mot Ouiity. Judge DAWKINS com
plimented the jury on their prompt attendance and
?Ulgence, and dismissed them from fur.her at
Hi-faro .the buslaess of tho Court commonced Saturday
?o.hiog, a motion was mado by Tmo. Q. BABEZB,
- Sag., to admit Tuos. B. KTNO, Efq., as a practicing At*
- ft irrnoy In this 6tate ?ntl City. He produced affidavits
rom parties proving that tho said Taos. B, KINO, Esq.,
bad pr?ctiooi for sovon years in tho Supreme Court of
t??? OMy of Washington, Dist riot of Columbi?, and is now
* realaeut of this State. Judge DAWKINS reviewed the
?affidavits, Ac, ami granted the motion.
BAO* HORSE STOLEN.-From the BennettsvillefJour
ejaoX wo loam that Mr. T. O. WKATBEBLT'B raco horse
?".Ooorgo" was stolen from .his stable on Wednesday
night last. The thief has been .pursued, and will no
<<Vmbt be caught or Intercepted somewhere.
VIRGINIA CURED FAMILY
HAMS, ASSORTE!? PICKLES, &c, TO
k/"i POUNDS VIRGINIA FAMILY RAMS, AT
OUVJ 20 cents por lb.
60 cosos B8sortC(l Plokloa and Sauces
2 caaos Loaf Tobacco
6 canes Cliowlug Tobacco
25 qr. carks Sherry Wluo
76 calos Schnapps-quarts
160 cases Loudon Cordial Oin.
For salo by ISAAC E. HERTZ A CO..
July 3 3 _ No. 201 East Day.
a S~\f\S~\ liUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVISION
JL \J \J \J and Yollow Corn, In sacks
600 bushols Heavy Oats.
For salo by ISAAC E. BERTZ k CO.,
July 3 3 No. 201 East Ray.
PRIME WHITE CORN.
f\ Ail fi DU8HELS rRIME WBITE CORN.
1000 bushels primo "YELLOW" CORN, por steamer
" Aelolo," from Daliimoro, and for ?alo by
July 2_2_MORDEOAI A CO.
2fT?A BUSHELS PRIME YELLOW CORN IN
OUU 2 buBhel Socks, per scbr. J. T. Williams,
For salo to arrtvo, by
H. F. BAEBR & CO.,
No. 20 Cumberland-Htrcot.
11 f\j^\f\ DU8HEL8 PRIME WHITE CORN
l.V^VyVy 1000 bnshols 8outborn Yellow Corn.
For salo by T. 3. KERR k CO..
July 3 2 _ Kerr'a Wharf.
HAY AND FLOUR!
Qf\f\ BALES PRIME N. It. HAY
? \J \J 200 bbls. super and fine Flour.
For sale by JNO. OAMPoEN k CO.,
No. 14 Markot-etroet, opposite State-street.
1 /"s/"?/^, BU8HEL8 PRIME WHITE CORN,
lUUU landing this day from steamer "John
Gibson." For sale by JNO. OA.MP8EN k CO.,
No. 14 Morkot-stroet, opposite State street.
Kf\f\tn BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
t)\_7 \JyJ landing from s team or Lulie.
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.,
Juno 29_2_Kerr's Wharf.
FLOUR AND SYRUP.
QAA BARRELS EXTRA FLOUR
O\J \J 60 barrels Portland Syrup, jnst received.
For sale by RAVENEL k CO.,
PILING FOR SALE.
?./\ MECES OF THE REST PILING, FORT? FEET
OU long, by 12 to 14 mohos thick. For sale by
8. A. JACOB?,
July 3 2? No. 6?9 King-streSt, near Line.
ON CONSIG "VltlKNT,
1 / \ A BARRELS ROSEN. A LE HYDRAULIC 0H
I \J \J MENT, for sale to arrive by
Jnly 2_1_WILLIAM BOACH.
BRICES FOR SALE.
THE BRICKS AS THEY STAND ON THE LCI OF
tho Estate Allis H. Pinokney, East Bay. Apply to
July 2_2_LOWNDES k QRIMBALL.
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
OB SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JOS. H. RISLEY.
MALL LOT FOB SALE LOW, T'> CLOSE CON
SIG NMBNT, by JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Ray, oorner Accommodation Wharf.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
THE HIGHEST MARKET RATES PAID FOB
MELONS, PEACHES, TOMATOES and POTA
TOES, in Urge lots, by H. P. GILE.
June 87_Bl_No. 181 Meetmg-atreet
OF THE FIRST QUALITY "OLD DOMINION
BRAND," can always be had at lowest market
price, in any quantity, of B. B. BHETT k 80N.
June 10 1 thmlmo No. 2 Exchange-street.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements onoe moro for the manufacturo of
the beat COTTON G INS over made in this country, are
now prepared to reoelve orders from Planters and
others wishing' to purchase.
The long established and woll-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, wo hope, be a auffl
clent uuarantoo that the article will give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT k OO.,
May IA Wlnnaboro. S. C.
No. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TIC RICE. An assortment of all grades con
stantly on hand. _June 28
ICE BY THE CAROO.
LARGE OR SMALL CARGOES OF 8DPERIOB
MAINE ICE delivered at any accrsalblo pointe on
the coast. Orders received by
JOS. H. RISLEY-. ;
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
In GREAT VARIETY,
At the ** Charleston Bazaar,"
No. 621 KINO STREET.
T- V. PORRB8TOM,
JOBBER AND DEALER IN GERMAN, FRENCH,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TOYS. HOSI1RY.
TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS.
HATS, CAPS, FLAGS, BANNERS, ko., ko.
June 37 %
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES 8c PORTER
WEST I8T-MS? BET*-H'7-&S-AVL? NEW YORK.
GEO. W. CLARE & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAYING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY- OF TAI
above oelobrated ALB, acknowledged to be
tho bost in the market, are now prepared to anpply the
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For aale in barrels and half barr?la.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers baying leased this favorite hoaao, it
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is now prepared with the most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
The first position among first class Hotels will be
maintained in the faturo, aa in tho past.
May 81 Brno? BAK?B k FARLEY.
HUQC A DAVI-AUtGNTS WANTUU TO
m?O soll a now indwondoriulSEWlNO MACHINA
ino only cheap one licensed. Address SHAW & CLABX
'Uddajoiti Mu?, Salerno?! u
PUll LI VE It POOL_lill Al
Amorlran Ship PRESIDENT KILMORE, B
Luco Master, ia now loading at North Atlantic
1 Wimrf, and having a portion of her cargo en
gaged, will inert with dinpalch fur the abovo port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
WILLIS A CHI80LM,
Juno l8 mwf North Atlantic Wharf.
KOK PHILADELPHIA-THK FINE
Schooner ALBA, li. B. Allaru?. Master, baring
?nearly all but cargo engaged, will havo ininti di
' ito dispatch. For balance of Freight, apply to
H. F. llAKUl A CO.,
Juno 36_ No. 20 Cumberland-street.
VKSKKLS WAKTKD, TO LOAD
? for Coostwtso and Wost India ports. Highest
tratos and dispatch given. Apply to
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
No. 20 Cumberland-street.
"KO It K11 BIGHT OK ?II A III I H."
FOR NEW YORK_MERCHANTS' LINE.
iTho fatt Clipper Schooner WIDE WORLD,
iHildrotb, Master (262 tons), will take a Freight
or Charter for the above port. WILLIAM ROACH.
C'AKUOKB KEAOY, AND VES.
' SEL8 wanted to load for baltimore, Philadel
phia, Now York, Now Ucdfird, Boston, St.
> John. N. B , Havana, Matanzas, Sagun la
Orando, B. eldo Cuba, DarbadocB, Demarara, Martinique,
Trinidad, and ports in Enropo.
Also wanted to Charter, VESSELS out and homo to
various West India ports. JOS. II. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
THE FINE STEAMER IDE\, CAPTAIN WILLEY,
will go on an EXCURSION AROUND THE HAR
BOR To-Night, 2d inst., loavlng Southern Wharf at hslf
past 8 o'clock.
Faro FIFTY CENT8._1*_July 2
FOB GEORGETOWN, S. G.
PILOT B OY,
CAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WELL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clook. Returning,
wlR leave Georgetown evory Thursday Morning, at 11
Frolght received the day before sailing.
For Freight or passsge, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES.
N. B.- Frolght (prepaid) will be takon for Conway
boro' and Cheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
ateamers Little Ada and R. E. Boll._Juno*
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, 8. C.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
THE VERY FAST
CAPTAIN THOS. R. PAYNE,
(Temporarily taking the placo of Steamer FANNIE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Savannah every Monday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
June 1 Ima Accommodation Wharf.
PACIFIC MAIL 8TI AM81HP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
OrxaatSBipfl OH rat CONNE?TIVO OH TH* Paott-K
ATLANTIC, WITH THE
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA. 4o.. ko.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND 8PLENDIX
Steamships will loovo Pier No. 43 North River, fool
of Canal-street, at 13 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and
Slat of every month (except when thoio dates fail on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for AS PI t?
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of tbt
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN'
CISCO, touching at ?0APUL0O.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama witt
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of tho 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' ratet
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through ratea to clergymen and their families, and
school teacher?; soldiers having honorable dise?aros?,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-maaters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectora.
Baggage received on the dook the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefei
to aend down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicino and at
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Offloe, on the Wharf, FOOT Of
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
>***'? *_?mo*_S- E HOLMAN Aren?,
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OH FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS. SAILING EVERY WEBB,
Also, by tho
SPLENDID MALL STEAMERS.
Balling every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to ant
from New York.
Groat Reduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain anc
Ireland, at the very Loweat Ratea.
Paaaengera, on arrival In New York, will have tLeb
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed oi
For Passage, ko., apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 331
Weat street. New York, or
M. M. QUINN & BROTHER,
Na 627 Eiva STOUT, CaABXxsTOX, 8. 6,
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
AuoriBta. ft. A. lvr Pshrnarv .>7
a 8. JENKINS
HAVING BEEN BE-AP?T)IHTKD MEA8UR?R AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LOMBER, would
reaptctfuliy Inform bia old patrons and eil othera con
nected with tho bmlne (, that be can be found at the
offloe formerly occupied by J. W. BRODIE k BON, weat
end of Broad street, lmo? June 7
BALTIMORE AM) 11.AI.I l.s'H?.\
COMPOSED OF THE FOLI OWING FIRST-CLASS
STAU ?F TI1K SOUTH -Capt. HEED.
K. C. KNIGHT-Capt. UOLLIN8.
.JOHN OIBSOM- Capt YOUNO.
C1 JIIIKHIiAMI-Capt. HARRI8.
THE ELEGANT AND NEW
WILL LEAVE NOHTH ATLANTIO WHARF FOR
Baltimore on THIS DA Y, the 2d July, at Four
o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage, having unsurpassed ac
commodations, apply at the ollie? of the Agonis.
WILLIS A CHI80LM, Agents,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Agents In Baltimore: Messrs. PENDEROAST, FEN
WIOK ft CO._1_??i?LL
FOR NEW TOBE.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OF FIRST-OLAflS BTEAMERS,
dUAKERCITI I SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. I GRANADA,
THE 8IDEWHEEL BTEAM8HIF
WILL LEAVE ON SATURDAY, JULY 7, at
No berth lecurod until paid for.
No Freight received unless engaged at our office.
No FRRIOBT received after - o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfago on perishable articles must bo
paid at our office. _
July 3_RAVBNEL A 00.. Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COUPANT.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each Port ever j Alternate Thursday.
BTEAM8HIP EMILY B. 80UDEB,
CAPT. R. W. LOOKWOOD.
CAPT. 0. P. MABHHMAK.
rTTHE8E STEAMSHIPS. OFFERING EVERY INDUOB
X MENT TO SHIPPEB8 AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior aooommodatlone for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New Yort
and Charleston markets can afford ; and, for safety, speed
*nd oomfort, are unr1 vailed on the coast.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAPT. B. W. LO0EW0OD,
[JUILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIO WHARF ON
W THURSDAY. July B, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pasiage, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS A CHI80LM.
North Atlantic Wharf.
OonilguoesinNcw York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON. FOX
A CO. June 10
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, N. E. RAILROAD, 1
CHARLESTON July 3, 1866. |
THIS COMPANY WILL HEREAFTER RECEIVE AND
forward, free of commiaslons, all PRODUCE
and MERCHANDISE consigned to trie?: Agents. Cot
ton not exceeding in weight 460 pounds, wi? bo for
warded per simmers to New York, from all points O?
tho Choraw and Darlington Road, at six dollars per
bale, and from Floronce at five dollars per bale (marino
insurance oxcopted). Ootton in excess of above weight,
will be shipped at proportionate rates.
(8lgned) 8. 8. 80LOMON8,
July a_rath* Engineer and Superintendent
THE SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING RR-ESTABLISHED ITB RECEIVING AND
FORWARDINO OFFICE, Merchandise and Pro
duce oonslgn d to its Agent from the interior to North
ern ports, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be ?Tared tor and shipped to the point of destination
without delay aod free of commission.
Consignments to be forwarded hy sea must always be
acoompanied by Billa of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with ins true t tonis to Insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
B. A F. Agent.
tar The Oharlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Orsenvillo Uou.ptn.lna-j each eopy one week and send
bills to this office._ June 35
RARITAR ANO DELAWARE BAY RAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONO BRANCH-THE
whole distance by rall-no change of cars-no trav
elling hy Stage. On an 1 after Friday, June 1st, 1800,
the trains on this Road will leave the Depot of Camden
and Atlantlo Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
den, as follows, vis: 9.30 A. M , Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermed?alo Stations; 3.30
A. M.. itali and Express for New Yo'k.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 83, foot of Dnane-street,
North River, ria Steamboat Jesse Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and intermediate
Statlona; and 4. P. M. for all Stations on the Bond.
Faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $3.
Excursion Tickets to Long Uranoh from Camden, $;i.
June l8 8mo WM. N. OLAYTON. Sup't.
NOS. 600 AND 070 BROADWAY. N. Y.
T HAVE THE HONOR TO INFORM THE TBAVEL
I LINO PUBLIC that I havo become the Proprietor
of thli beautilul Hotel, and am now painting, frescoing,
decorating, refurnishing, Ac, in (be most splondld and
luxurious style. Tho building la of white marble, five
stories high, fronting two hundred ieet on tho gayest
part of Broadway; mott commodloualy and comfort
ably arranged for families and single persons, and is In
tin very midst of the most elegant storesand shops,
and the moat fashionable places of aautement.
Eiegant Coaches and Carriages always In readiness to
convoy passengers to and from Railroad Depots and
The Proprietor is determined that the SOUTHERN
noTrL. in no respect, shall be excelled bv any other
h'Uao in this city, and therefore feels confident that he
can and will give entire satisfaction to his friends and
the travelling community. HENRY BRUCE,
(Late Of Kentucky),
July 3 6 Proprietor.
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA.
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
SINGLE AND DOODLE VISION
THE ONLY PERFECT LENS IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any other In nao-constructed in accordance
with tho Rclenco aud philosophy of nature In tho pecu
liar form of a
Admirably adapted to the Organ of Sight, and perfectly
natural to the oyo, affording altogothor tho best artificial
help to the hnman vision ever invented.
Sold only by tho Professor of Optics and Spocatcle
Of those Spectacles over ail other?, aro :
1st.-Tlie only true Lena known, being
perfectly freo from chromatic light BO well known to be
the cause of injury to tbo vision, and which makes the
chango from Spoctacloa to Glasses of stronger powers ao
often required, while both uoar and distant objects aro
seen with eqnal facility through the same Glasses.
8d.-Can be -worn with perfect case tor
any length of time at one sitting, giving astonishing
clearness of vision, particularly by candle or other arti
ficial light-comfort to the spectaclo wearer hitherto un
3d.-When the ey/ea ache or pain through
the action of a bright light, such aa is refiectod from
snow, sonny weather, white paper, and in reading,
writing or sowing, or vivid colored bodlos, theao Ion 90s,
by softening the rays, effect a most agreeable sensation
and glvo great reliof.
4th.-In all nervous affections of the cym
causing dull and startling pains In tho eye-baU or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots in the at
mosphere, aching or foellng Uko sand in the eye, the
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
Dth.-Ground by peculiar machlnory, got
up at great cost, mathematically calculated expressly
for the manufacture of this lens, so as to produce it with
the true epher.cal accuracy, aud Ita foou? 1B at the exact
centre, a point of vital importance, and which no other
Oth.-Proof of superiority over the old
kind of Spectacles. They aro used exclusively at all the
hospitals for diseases of nie oyo, in Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From Medical geatlemon, Professors of the highest
Opthahnio talent In Charleston, S. O, and m the Union,
OB ABLESTON. 8. O. May 28 th, 1866.
I have examined a groat variety of Glasses manufac
tured by ProfeEBor M. BEHN? *nivr, and in Justice to the
Professor must say, that his Glassee are of a superior
quality, adapted to meet the wanta of almost every eye,
where the vision is in any way Imperfect. The Profes
sor selected for me a pair of hla Australian Crystal
GlasieB which aro of a very superior quality and work
manship, rendering vision very distinct, almost aa per
fect as In youth. I yield thin testimony in favor of the
Professor's Glasses most cheerfully.
E. GEDDINQS, M. D.
I cheerfully concur lu the opinion abovo expressed of
tho valuo of Professor BEHNIIAUDTH' Classes, and their
adaptability to all defects of vision, and also to his skill
and Jndgmont lu adapting the glass to each special im
perfection. II. W. DKSADSSDBE, M. D.
CHARLESTON. 8. O, May 38th, 1866.
I do most willingly bear my testimony in favor of the
superiority of the Australian Crystal-singlo and dou
ble vision spectacles ov?r all other kinds. They ara
constructed upon the best established and understood
principles of optics, and their adaptation to tho hnman
eye in ita different conditions of vision is so perfect, aa
to render Bight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none othora ahould bo used slnco the oyes once used to
those do not seem to grow old, and by having a focus
at any point of the surface, they appear to rest o'or tho
eyes to their youthful energy.
T. L. 001ER, M. D.
OBARLESION, S. 0" May 28th, 1866.
I have examined Professor BEIINIIABDTS' very com
plete assortment of Spectacles and Lenses. They are
better adapted than any 1 have before set n to remedy
the imperfection of vision that can bo bonofttted by the
uso of Glasses. The purcnes? and clearness of the Crys
tal used. Is an item worthy of special attention, as I can
testify from personal experience. I recommend Profes
sor UKUNHA.nr>T with confidence and great cheerfulness,
j to the patronage of the public.
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.
STATE OV 8orrrn CAUOLIXA, )
Colombia. Juno 19, 1866. )
Sin: I have m&do fn'?l and satisfactory test of the
spectacles procured from you, and I have the pleasure
to say that the glasses ore b??tfr adapted to my eyea
than any I have ovor used. The facility with whloh you
fitted the glas? to my eye furnisbrd me COD elusivo evi
dence of your ?cien title skill m optics and your thorough
experience as an oculist.
Your attainment? In your profession ontitle you io
the confidence, patronago, and gratitude of the public.
I have the honor to bo,
Very respectfully yours,
JAMBS L. ORR,
Govornor of South Carolina.
Prof. M. BKBNHAnDT, Charleston, S. 0.
CHARLESTON, S. C, May 28th, 1866.
We have examined the Lonscs of Prof. BanNUABrrr,
and consider them superior to any we have seen. They
are admirably adapted not only to Improve the imper
fections of impaired sight, bat to relieve the weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of the
Glasses are of new and ingenious cou tri vat oe. We cor
dially recommend the Professor to all those who require
BciontlOo optical aetietanee.
ELIAS HORLBKOaJ, ?4 D.
WILLIAM O. HORLBECX, M. D.
WM. T. WBAQO. M. D.
P. PBYRE PORUBEB, M. D.
W. B. H?OER, M. D.
B. A. KINLOCH, M. D.
F. M. BOBEBT8ON, M. D.
CHAS. HANOKEL, late Rector of BL Paul's Church,
RadcUSeborongh ' 'irlrston.
THOMAS SMYTH, D.D., Paste f 3d Presbyterian
J. 8. HANCKEL, Professor.
Vi. B. BOWE, Rector SI. Philip's.
O. P. GADSDEN, Rector St. Luke's.
Testimon?ala similar to tho above may be seen at Prof.
HKIINIIAHUT'H office, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Paator of 8L Paul's, Ports
Hen. JONATHAN WORTH, Governor of North Carolina.
H'on. A. G. OU KTIN, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. O. P. MORTON, Govornor of Indiana.
Hon. B. A. SWIFT, Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. RICHARD YATES, Governor of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Governor of Now York.
R. B. FENTON, Governor of New York.
And other distinguished gontlouien.
Many years of public, practico and stndy In tho hospi
tals in Europe. adJuBtlng spectacles to patients under
ovory aspect of defectivo vision, as woU aa exporlonce
in an extensive, loDg-eatabllshod buslnea? in hla optical
store?, both hero and In Europe Prof. DcnNiiAunr con
siders It a sufficient guarantee of his ublllty to apply such
glasses as aro best calculated for the assistance or re
covery of lmporfuct sight.
Offloe Hours from O A. DI. to 5 P. M.
HILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTRANCE.
Second Floor, Private Parlor No. 3.
V. B.-Owing to engagementa elsewhere. Prof. B?a*
?ABD* will bo able to remain hera bat a short tims only.