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The Daily JSTewg
TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER H.18?G
1ABGEST CIBC?LATI03? Hf THE STATE
&ABGEST CIECULAT?ON IN TUE cm
9SF THE LIST OF LBTTBRS re
snafuing to the Fostofflce at tte wi?
ol each week is polished officially
la THE DAILY NEWS every IPri
?V- BEE SECOND AND THIRD PASEE. "Ct
Notice to Agenta.
Our agents throughout the country are re?
quested to make immediate returns of all moneys
in their possession, that we may, be able to credit j
those who have paid.
We also request that our subscribers who are it
arrears will bear in mind that our terms are in
advance, and that they will promptly remit their
Om; READING ROOM.-We would call the atten?
tion of the public to our free reading room, which
ia now fitted up complete. Here the latest jour
_als from all sections of the country can be
found, as well aa the latest prices currents, tele?
graphic bulletins, and ship news.
WB ABE indebted to Col. THOS. Y. SIMONS, who I
was a Delegate from this city to, and one of the j
Secretaries of, the Philadelphia Union Conven?
tion, for a copy of the proceedings of that body.
THE Southern and National Express Companies
have placed us under renewed obligations in fur
' Dishing us with papera later than those brought}
ATTENTION' is called to the notice of the South
Carolina Railroad, that on and after the 11th inst.,
- the passenger train to Summerville will leave this j
city at 4:20 P. M.
LATE WEST INDIA MARKETS.-We are indebted
to Messrs. RISLEY.? CREIGHTON for a Barbadoes
Prices Current. PITCH PINE.-For thia article
$27.25 was offered and refused. C?PBESS SHIN?
GLES.-$7? was offered and refused. Other infor?
mation in the Circular has been anticipated.
FORFEITED.-We notice in the Columbia papera
a proclamation of Gov, ORK declaring tho charter
of the Cotton Planters' Loan Association of the
Fifth Congressional District of South Carolina
forfeited, on acoount of its, "President and Treas?
urer failing to make the monthly statement to
the Comptroller General's office allowing the
amount pf cotton on hand, the amount of bills
and notea issued and in circulation, and the
amount of IOAUB and discount made by said Asso?
ciation." This Association was chartered by Act |
of Legislature passed 21st day of December, 1861.
LENGNIOK & SELL.-This firm, at the northeast
corner of Meeting and Market-streets, opened
yesterday their Fall stock of millinery and straw
? and fancy goods, and had a large attendance of
dealers iu the mapy articles that ladies delight
not only to look upon and examine, but also to
purchase. Late in the day we dropped in our?
selves, and have never boon do pleased with the
appearance of a atook or the arrangement of
goods as with thia. The "loree" of bonnets and
beautiful hats-the splendid ribbons of all colors
and shades, and the bursting buds and full blown
flowers that are so naturally imitated, as to make
one think he is looking upon natives and exotica
just sprung from earth-make up a picture that to
be appreciated must be aeon. These articlea are
but a tithe of the large and varied stock which
filia their establishment, and which contains every
kind of goods that ladies have use for.
In the third story of this building we were
kindly shown a large and elegant supply, reoently
imported, of German fancy. goods and French
I perfumery, of the finest quality. Among the for?
mer we observed some segar stands of beautifuj
design and finish, really objeots of curiosity,
There were also toys of every kind for ohildren,
as well'as useful articles for men, and we left the
store perfeotly impressed that their establish?
ment contains the prettiest and largest stock of
any store of the kind in the South.
THE NEEDLE-GDN.-Everybody throughout the
civilized world has by this time heard of the won?
derful achievements of the Prussian needle-gun.
Whether or not the quick, aharp war just ended
in Bohemia was owing exclusively to the Zund
nadel-gewehr, or not, is immaterial. It is very
certain the needle-gun exerted a very potent iu
fluence in bringing the war to so speedy a ter?
We aU naturally have our curiosity exoited to
see so wonderful an instrument: and those of our
readers who take an intelligent interest in a fine
piece of mechanism, we are glad to be able to an?
nounce, may have their curiosity gratified by
stepping into Mr. SIEGLINO'S store (entrance in
Beaufain street, next to the corner of King street).
The inventor and maker ?of this weapon is a re?
lative of our venerable townsman, Mr. JOHN SIEG?
LING. Mr. CHARLES SIEGLING, nephew of the lat?
ter, bas imported a very superb double-barrelled
needle-shot-gun. Mr. S. very politely showed us
this beautiful chef d'eeuvre in all its constituent
parts, as well as in its entirety; how to handle it.
and all about it. The finish is equal to the finest |
of WESLEY RICHARDS'. The materials of the bar?
rels of L?ttichau Damast. It is made by VON j
DREYSE, in Sommerda, near Erfurt, where the j
great Prussian armory is located.
The barrels move on a spiral hinge to the right,
whioh exposes the lower end of the barrel, where j
the cartridge is to be placed. This same move?
ment also cooks the gun, pushing baok the needle. |
The cartridge fits air-tight into the barrel; an in?
dia-rubber coat prevents any gas from escaping
backwards. The needle is pushed forward
through a small aperture in the centre of the
look, into the fulminating powder.
The whole process of loading need not take j
over four or five seoonds. The gun can be carried
loaded with perfect security, by the fastening of
a spring, whioh "halt-cocka" the gun, as it were.
Mr. S. has shot with it at a target, at the distance
of 100 yards, without any elevation, and had the ?
if satisfaction of seeing several of his cartridges j
within the oirole.
For further particulars we refer our readers
to Mr. SIEGLING, who will show them the gun, aad
explain all RB workings. Mr. S. has been appoint?
ed the agent, and as he is desirous lo introduce !
the weapon to the public generally, he proposes
to raffle thia splendidly finished needle-shot-gun
at $5 a chance. There will be 50 chances.
MAYOR'S COURT, September 10.-A man who
was picked up in the Btreet at night, playing very
discordantly an old tune upon his nasal organ,
and carried to tho Guard House in a staggering
condition, and who insisted that his weakness of
legs resulted from sleepiness, was fined $5 for
having such legs.
. Another individual, who could only let off bis
steam by whooping and yelling, was fined $5 t?t
this innocent and interesting amusement. The
prisoner paid up, hut growled a good deal, say?
ing, with some truth, that it was a hard case he
should be mado to pay $5 for a whoop or two in a
lane, when thousands are on the streets every day
that are not fined.
A drunken Irishman, who said he never used
liquor, was made to pay $5 for letting liquor use
him as it did. . ,
Two publicans, who retail the best of forty-yard
whiskey, and who have such a run of custom that
they can't afford to close on Sunday, for fear of
hurting the feelings of some of their friends, were
fined $20 each, as a compliment to them, for their
devotion to business.
The South Carolina Railroad Company was fin?
ed $10 for obstructing the pavements of several I
of the streets in the Upper Wards.
PEOVOST COUBT, September 10.-Sophia Butler,
a colored damsel of very taking appearance,
especially about the hands, was arraigned for |
stealing calicoes and baby clothes from one Mar?
garet Bush, valued at $50 ; and although the
prosecution had some of them returned, still the
prisoner was honored with a fine of $200, and an
imprisonment of five months at hard labor. It
Btrikes us that we have heard the name of Butler
connected with stealing before, though we can't
Adam Singleton, a promising yonng man of ]
color, who, wishing to know the value of time,
stole, some weeks ago, a box of watches from a
gentleman in King street, and Belling them for I
greenbacks, discovered that "time is money," and |
both can be spent liberally, so he let himself out,
and was just having a jolly frolic when he was
nabbed and put by the Court at hard labor in the
streets for six months.
George Washington, an illustrious darkey, was !
fined $5 or ten days' labor, for stealing a piece of
MEALS ABOLISHED.-We oopy from an exchange
the following interesting paragraph, knowing well
that the poor will be very thankful to us for the
agreeable informat ion :
A Peruvian plant, the Erythoxylon Coca, has'
been found, by experiment, to possess the pro?
perty of quelling the sensations of hunger and
thirHb for several days.
As we feel satisfied that a large quantity of this
Erythoxylon Coca will be brought into tho city in
a very Bhort time, we advise the keepers of hotels ;
and restaurants, to reduce their ratest of fare at
SELF BETRAYED.-The little clique of Dentists
who would fain disparage the Sozodont, betray,
by their own foolish fretfulness, tho faot that tho
preservative properties of this pure Vegetable
Antiseptic are its real offence. It interferes with
business interests; that's all. tus2
Auction Sale? Thia Day.
. W. Y. LEITCH will sell, thia day, on Accommodation I
Wharf, at ll o'clock, the new and elegant steamer Pilot
Boy ; ' also, immediately alter, the B team propeller ?out's? j
HBNRY ConiA Sc Oo. will sell, this day, before tholr I
store, Vendue Range, at 10 o'olock, five bales of damag;
ed Bea Island cotton ; also, bacon, hams, flour, ]
MILLIGAN, MELOHERB b Oo. will sell, this day, at their |
store, Ne. SO Vendue Bange, at 10 o'olock, wilts,
key, segars, boots and shoea, clothing, dry goods, and ?
a variety of miscellaneous artioles.
M. L. AIMAB will tell, this day, at his store, No. 16
Vendue Range, at 10 o'olock, a lot of dry goods, window
shades, &c. ; also, 3 quarter casks of genuine sherry
MCKAY b CAMPBELL will sell, this day, at their store, !
Hasel street, nest tho Postoffice, at 10 o'clock, store |
counters, office desk, cart, bc, bo.
LAUREY b ALEXANDER will sell, this day, in their store,
No. 137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantio Wharf, at 10
o'olock, hams, shoulders, flour, .sugar, herrings,
IF YOU WANT nice custom-made boots, go to ELLS- j
WORTH'S, No. 394 King street. Imo September 10
DON'T FORGET, when leaving town for the country J
during the summer, to take with you everything which
you will need, which yon are' not perfectly sure you can
get on the f pot where you may chance to be. Remem?
ber, that in the oountry there 1B not a Druggist always |
within a minute's walk. Whatever else you may forget,
be sure not to forget to take witb you the medioines
which yon will be likely to want Such, for instance, as
MARSDEN'S VEGETABLE SANATIVE PILLS. For sale by all
Druggists. G KINO & OA8SIDEY, Agents.
HOMOEOPATHY is no ' longer an experiment. Fifty
years of time and of triumphant success, in every dis?
ease, and in all partB of the world, have answered that
question. It only remains to choose the best form of
it. Dr. HUMPHREYS' SYSTEM OP SPEOIFIOB, for family
use, divests the system of all intrioaoy and uncertainty,
and affords a degree of positiveness decisive in results,
not attained by any other mode. See advertisement in
another column. Address
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC E?OMOOPATHIO MEDICINE Co.,
September 10 6 No. 662 Broadway, N. Y.
HOMCEOPATHIO MEDICAL NOTICE.-DrS. CLEOXLEY ?S |
SOHLET (of Columbus, Qa.,), having permanently loca?
ted In Charleston, respectfully tender their sex vices to |
the citizens, in the practice of Homoeopathy,
Dr. C. has had the experience of fifteen years in this ;
school of medicine.
Office (for the present) on Meeting street (west side), '
first door above George street.
Can be found at night at No. 72 HASEL-STRET.
HERVY M. CLEOKLEY, M. D... .PHILIP T. SOHLEY, M. D
September 6 lyr
PANKNIN'S HEPATIO BITTERS .-This valuable prepa-.
ration, coming as it does from the laboratory of ao well
known and skilful a pharmaceutist as Mr. PANKNIN,
has already made great progress in the esteem of our
community, especially with persons suffering from
dyspepsia, or derangement of the liver, or stomaohic
debility. The responsibility of the establishment which
puts forth these bitters, for speoifio complaints, and not
for every disease which "flesh is heir to," ls such as to
make all who purchase them know that they are made
of only those ingredients which the proprietor informs ,
them they are composed of, and whioh certainly is a
guarantee that few of the medical remedies which are
being published in every nook and corner of the streets
at the present time, can lay obum to. For ourselves, we
can say that they are not only of an agreeable taste,
but a capital corrective of ilyspepsia and a most excel?
lent appetizer, and that we firmly believe, if properly
taken for any derangement of the hepatio functions,
they will moko the person BO usinj them a very long
MONDAT EVENING, SEPT'BER 10, 1866.
FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE OELEERATED
Mel's Nightingale ?bera Troupe,
UNDER THE IMMEDIATE DIRECTION OF
TvUFt. GBOBGB KTJNEEL,
Comprising a combination of EIGHTEEN, TALENT.
ED REPRESENTATIVES OF ETHIOPIAN CHAR?
Will appear as above in an entire new programme
Ethiopian Melodies, New Saying?. Dances, ic.
For full particulars, see small bills cf the day.
NEW YORK EXCHANGE,
GOLD,'SILVER. BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS
AND COUPONS, bought and ?old by
OHO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
September ll tuf* NOB ? 1 and 3 Hayne-atreet.
SILVER! SILVER! SILVER !
DOLLARS, HALVES, QUARTERS, &o.
Bought at highest rates, by
ijougm b A M MORELAND, Broker,
No. 6 Broid-street (up stairs),
AngUBt U tnths 2moa Over Conner b Wilson's.
1 f\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING; AS
l\) SOOIATION ST0OK.
Apply at this office. July 18
IS NOW PREPARED TO RE.IEIVE AND POUND OUT
RICE at the old rates-at G, 7>i a>d 9 per cont.
September il mths3 WILLIAM LEB1SY,
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY, A8TROLOGY, PHRE
XOLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY-four of the most
publlme Sciences that OMI oconpy the human mind-has
located at the MANSION HOC8E, No. 69 Broad street
She gives a general invitation to all who desire to con?
sult on business of importance. There ls no question
which may not be accurately answered, and much
misery avoided by a timoly inquiry of this Star of As?
trology. She possesses a magnetic power of healing, and
I desotibes all dlseaies, and tells them at once whether it
is curable, and Bave many dollars.
September 8_ 6*
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS CUSTOMERS
and tho publlo in general, that he has just return?
ed from New York and now opening a WELL SELECT?
ED STOCK OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS,
OlSSIMEUEB and VESTINGS, and GENTLEMEN'S
NO. 60 ANSON, 3 DOORS NORTH OF HA8EL ST.
SOLICIT* PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME?
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Ropairs Weighing
8cales, Letterpresses, Printing Presses; makes and re?
pairs Hoisting Machines for Stores; makes all kinds ol
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; aleo Wheel?
wright Work in general, ARCH'D McLEISH,
M?v2 tnthsffwoa No I fii.Diwiund fureat.
FIRE INSUBANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
Authorized Capital, ?2,000,000 Sterling.
Subscribed Capital, ?1,885,220 Sterling.
PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS... .$1,302,115
A SEEOIAL FUND OF $200,000
Is held by the Insurance Department at Albany, for the
benefit of Polloy Holders, in accordance with the law of
tho State of New York.
THE QUEEN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY insure
against LOSS or DAMAGE by FIRE, on Buildings, Mer?
chandise, Household Furniture, Rents, Ac, at tho usual
Losses adjusted in New York, and promptly paid,
without reference to England.
?. S. BRANCH, NO. 117 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
September 10 _
OPENING OF THE
HST BM SIMPLE ROOMS,
No. 47 East Bay,
j WITH A SELECT STOCK OF FINE
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS AND SE&ARS.
FREB LUNCH EVERY DAY FROM ll TO 1
A cordial invitation extended to all.
GEO. ERARY, Proprietor.
September 8 _ fl
O. D. CARR SB CO.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
ONE DOOR EAST OF KING-STREET.
August 30_ 12
EDMUND W. PETIT,
NOTARY AND AVERAGE ADJUSTER,
NO. 64 BAST BAY, (UP STAIRS,)
OPPOSITE COURIER OFFICE.
RISKS TAKEN ON BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE,
COTTON, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac, on
favorable terms. LOS8E8 ADJUSTED AND PROMPT
LY PAID. 12 _ September 1
WILLIAM H. GILLILAKD k SON.
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
Fine Sherry W ine.
BY HT. Ii. AIMAK, Vendue Ranee.
WiU sell THIS DAY, 11th instant, at 10 o'clock at
my Store, '
Three nnarler casks of genuine SHERRY W1*E, of a
favorite brana. Guarantee will be given aa to Renuju0.
ness of the article. _September \\
BY M L. AlMdR.
Will sell THIS MORNING, the 11th instant, at No. 16
Vendue Range, at 10 o'closk,
A LOT OV DRY GOODS,
COATS, Pants, VestH, Handkerchief', Melton Cloth,
Kentucky J^anB, Gray I launel, Stookiugs, Socks, Boots
A lot of HANKS, Gas Fixtures, Window Shades,.one
Conditiona cash. Unlimited article^ received up tb 10
o'clock. September ll.
Sep. Island Cotton, on account of aU concerned.
BY 1HK.MRY CUB IA A ?VD CU.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, before our store, will be sold,
5 bales DAMAGED H. I. COl'TON, Bold for acoount of
Conditions cash. September ll.
Bacon, Hams, Flour and Sugar.
BY ill KN lt Y COBIA AND CO. ,
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in front of our Store, will be
600 BACON 8HOULDER8
600 Bug r-Oured Hame
20 barrels Flour
20 barrels Sugar
20 boxes Starch.
Conditions cash. 1 _ September ll
Store Counters, Office Desks, Cart, dc, ?tc.
McKAY di CAMPBELL,
Next. Poatofnce, Hagel Street.
Wilt sell THIB L AY. at 10 o'clook,
Seven STORE COUNTERS, Window Bhades, Awning,
Mahogany Cilice Dook, Gas Fixtures.
m,CAJ?T'.HV c,ltter. Mortice Machine, Oarrh ge Rest,
Tin Quart Cup?, fcc, &o.
Conditions cash. - "' _September ll
MILLIGAN, M ELCH ER S AAD CO.,
No. J?O Vendue Hanse.
Will sel? THIS DAY, 11th inst., at 10 o'clock,
6 bb.s., 2 kegs, and 2 demijohns OLD WHISKEY
12 cases Bout bon Whiskey
- M. Segara,
_ , AL80,
Cartoons Ladies' HEELED ROOTS
100 palra I adies' aud visses' Balmorals
1 pleoe Broadcloth, black and oolored heavy Oassl
meree, Pants, Shirts, Drawers, - doz. Hose and Half
Hose, Madras HdSfs., Brllliante, Cambrics, Table Cloths,
Dress Pat erne, Spool Cotton, 'Ihread, Needles, Pins,
Brushes. Olothes Lines, India Rubber Leggings, fcc.
1 lot FURNITURE, Cbnirs, Tables, Window Shades,
Matting, Loosing Glass, Pictures
1 Ot'OkiuR Stove and Utensils
1 lot Tinware, Crockery, fcc.
1 CHATSE._ September ll
Hams, Shoulders, Flour, Sugar, Herrings, Soda,
BY LATTRKY di ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, llth Instant, will be sold in our Store, No.
137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantio Wharf, at 10
GOO HAMS, SHOULDERS AND BACKS
15 barrels Good Superfine Flour
6 half barrete Extra Flour
0 dozen "King's Portable Lemonade*"
3 barrels Sugar
20 boxes H?nings.
1 keg Soda
10 boxes Alo
I keg Shelled' Almonds
12 boxo? Savory T?haDCo
5 dozeu Broods, Wood Saws and Stands, Milk
Pitchers, Blacking, Marking Pots, kc, kc
Conditions cash. September ll
Horses, Mules, Cows ana Sheep for sale.
BY L. BUNCH ANO SON, No. 500 Hing st.
TO-MORROW. 12th lust., will be sold,
4 prime WORK MULES
1 Saddle Pony
1 Work Horse
1 Milch Cow, giving from 8 ta 10 quarts per day
4 Head of Sheep.
At 10 o'clock, as usual, sale of FURNITURE,
A COTTAGE SET
A Cook! i gStcvo, in ordor
1 sot Ruggy Harness.
And other ARTICLES, too numerous to mention.
Unlimited articles received up to hour of sale.
September ll 2
MBS. C. MAULE
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HER FRIENDS AND
CUHTOMER8 that she has removed from No. 378
to No. 422 KING STREET (three doors southeast of
Calhoun), where she will still bo thankful for their pa?
Mrs. M. has just received a few of the latest FALL
STYLES of HATS and BONNETS, which she will sell
?ir Country orders promptly attended to.
Septomber ll 3*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Flour, Grain, and Country Produce,
No. 17 Anson-street
(FORMERLY OLAUSSEN'S MILLS),
CHABLESTON, S_ O.
Mr. G. A, NEUFFER will be pleased to serve his
Hon. Wm. Aiken, Charles- Gol. D. L. McKay, Charles?
ton, S. C. ton, S. C.
Willis k Chisoim, Charles- C. K. Huger, Charleston, S.
ton, 8. C. C.
W. C. Dukes & Co., Charles- Laure? k Alexander,
ton, 8. C. Charleston, S. C.
E. H. Rodgers &Co.,Charles- Cameron, Barkley k Co.,
ton, B. C. Charleston, 8. C.
G. W. Clark k Co., Charles- A. A. Rice, of Southern Ex.
ton, S. 0. press.
Jno. E. Marley, Augusta, Ga,
September ll Imo
No. 3 Cordes Street, Kerr's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
September ll _tutbsS*
EVANS & GODBOLD,
No. 18 Vanderhorst's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
N. G. EVANS......T. E. GODBOLD.
S. T. ROBINSON & SON,
Charleston, S. C.
S. T. ROBINSON, JOHN ROBINSON,
LATE OF CALDWELL A BOBIHSOH.
September 8 stuth2mos
Sale for Partition-Steamer "Pilot Boy." ?
BY W. Y. LEITCH,
Broker and Auctioneer, No. '49 Broad Street
THIS DAY, September ll, 1866, st ll o'clock, on
Accommodation Wharf, in this city, will be sold, at
THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMER
WITH ALL NECESSARY APPURTENANCES COM
TT^I'I8^?" waa bulu ta Brooklyn in 1805.
breadth8 ' '- ' .112-8"10 feet
m?remeT68 m8Mfl0 House ad
mKfuT ruM,ng orde* and reftd??or
Terms-One-hnlf cash; the balance in good negotia?
nt ? ?fffiVe.a payable at either of
the banks in this city sixty days after the day of tale.
Purchasers to pay tor necesaary naneru
Steam Propeller Louise and Fannie
BY W. Y. MOITCH, Broker and Auctioneer.
On THIS DAY, 11th instant, will be ECU! at Aucu"n on
Central Wharf, immediately ofter sale of Pilot Boy,
_ . ithe Pee Dee River
ta 1866. Len?th 60 Jeet, breadth 14 feet, depth 4 feet,
and meamires 28 77-100 tons, Custom House admeasure?
ment. Engine built in England, and in fine running
ONE DOUBLE CYLINDER HIGH PRESSURE EN?
GINE, six horse power, in complete order-Boiler out
TermB cash. Purchaser to pay for papers of the
Steamer. _?_ September ll
Oily Stocks, Bonds and Coupons at Auction.^
BY MACBfcTH AND KAVBNEL.
TO-MORROW, thoT2th inst,, at ll o'olock, will be sold
at onr Real Estate and Stock Exchange, corner Broad
and East Bay,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE SECURI?
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS CITY SIX
FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS CITY SIX
PER CENT. STOCK
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS CITY SIX PER CENT,
SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS. CITY SIX PER CENT.
EIGHT HUNDRED- AND FIFTY DOLLARS OITYSLX
PER OIENT. STOOK
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS CITY SIX PER CENT.
TWELVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS CITY
81X PER CENT. STOCK
THIBTEKM, HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE DOL?
LARS CITY SIX PER CENTS.
THREE THOUSAND DOLL AH S STATE SOUTH CARO?
LINA SIX PER CENT. BONDS
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS (FIRST MORTGAGE)
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA BONDS.
TWENTY-FIVE SHARES CHARLESTON CITY RAIL?
EIGHTEEN SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
TWELVE SHARES (PREFERRED) NORTHEASTERN
OOUPON8 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUPON8 CITY OF SAVANNAH
COUPOvNS CHERAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
JO5" Unlimited beourities received before Bale.
Beptember ll _ ?
BY R. BI. MARSHALL.
TO-MORROW. 12th instant, at ll o'olock, wiU be sold,
before my Oflice, No. 83 Broad-street,
A LOT OF FURNITURE,
OFFICE DESKS, Mohair Sofa, Rocker ana Chairs,
Bedsteads, Loungos, Sideboard, Washstands, &o.
70 lbs of HAIR and 2 Oounters. September ll
Residence in Spring Street,
BY ALONZO J. WHITE di SON.
At Private Sale
Will be sold a comfortable RESIDENCE in Spring
street, known as No. 64, one square east of Rutledge
street. Said House contains eight (8) square rooms; on
tbe promises are all necessary outbuildings, a fine cis?
tern end a well of water. The Lot measures 64 by SIT
feet. This House is situated within a square of the pro?
posed lino ot the City Street Railroad.
For further particulars, appiy as above, at
September U tuth'i_No. 68 EAST BAY.
BY It, M. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale
ONE PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE, six horse power,
together with Saw, Machinery and Grist Mill attaqhed,
inoluding Hands, etc._3 . September 10
An Entire Sea Island at Private Sale.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
At Private Sile
An extensive and valuable SEA ISLAND on the coaa
of South Carolina; healthy all the year round; needs
only cultivation to produce as fine cotton as Edisto.
Vast quantities of Palmetto, Live Oak, and other treea
suitable for logs and ship titnbor. Prion $10,000, cash.
Apply as above, at NO. 27 BROAD STREET,
September !) South side, near State.
THE ATTENTION OF ALL CONCERNED IS RE?
SPECTFULLY soliolted to the Section of the City
Ordinance to raise supplies for the year 1866, herewith
The time ol'payment therein referred to is, by a sub?
sequent Ordinance, extended to September 30th, for
real estate; after which, all who fall to pay''the taxes
due shall be doubly taxed, and executions shall issue
accordingly. A. CAMPBELL,
Sso.^2.-Any person or persons, or corporations, fail?
ing to pay the taxes in the manner and at the times
hereinbefore prescribed, shall be doubly taxed. And it
shall be the duty of the City Treasurer to forthwith is?
sue executions against the goods, ohattles, and other
property of said persons or corporations, and lodge the
said executions with the City Sheriff, who shall imme?
diately proceed for the collection of the sai ie, bi the
i manner provided by Ordinance for the eu "..cement of
the execution. tu thal 2_September 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In Equity-Petition to Perpetuate Testimony.
THE PETIlitDN OF JOEL LARISEY, THAT HE BE
permitted to come before the Court to perpetuate
testimony in relation to 'litles destroyed to oertain
Lands on the Ashepoo River, known as the Riggs Land,
and designated, as Tract No. 1 in the Petition; as Lands
having been purchased from Thoa. Fripp and others,
and designated as Tract No. 2 in the Petition ; as the
Purcell Tract, formerly belonging to the Estate of Mo
Donald, and designated as Tract No. 3 in the Petition;
and a House and Lot in the town of Walterboro'-hav?
ing been flied In this office, it is ordered, that all per
! sons in anywise interested by reason of any adverse
I claim to said Lands, be and appear at a Court to bo
holden at Walterboro', on the seo jE.d day of Ootober
next, to show cause, if any they have, why the evidence
of Petitioner's'litles to the real es ate set forth ia hie
j Petition should not *f ?P??$k?B> a E. a D>
Commissioner's Ofllce, OoUeton District, July 2d, 1866.
July ll _aug U-Bep ll
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
NOS. 4, 6 AND 8 VENDUE Rf NOE,
WHOLE? ALB DEALERS IN IRON, MET ALS, WOOL,
Hides, Bees Wax, Cotton and Naval Stores.
Will pay the highest cash price for any o? the above
rtiolna Keep constantly on hand aa assortment of
RON for Blaoksmiihs' use. Kino, ROPE, BAGGING
iND TWINE. tuths8moB_JFnly 24
INTO.. 87 LINK STEEBT,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVBRY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD.
ING MATERIAL constantly on hand at the lo weet
-* i\ f A DAY I-AGENTS WANTED TO
S Zr) sell n new and wonderful SHWltNG HAOHIKl
ne ?U/oheap ooelioeaaed, AddroM SHAW ? GLABJS
3tdd6iord Male. S?otomi)Nrll