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BOSTON-. JuuVW.1" -The funrfbire storent'
Halley., Morse. A* Royden, Washington
street, and Childs .V Jeukn' picture estab
Jishment wer? burnt last night. LOHN
$60,000. - -
A warrant wa? Issued, ou Friday, by
Judge Lowell, of the United States District
Court, on tho application of the Spanish
Y ice-Consul, to detain tho steamer Chero?
kee, on the all?gation that she was intend?
ed Xor a Chilean privateer; but. before the
warrant could be issued, the shi|> had
. WAfunjiofo?f, Juno 19.- The President
to-day sent in tho nomination to the Se?
nate of Governor Holden, of North Caroli?
na, as Minister to Sau Sab ador.
Sir. Garfeldt, of Ohio, called up the mo?
tion to reconsider the vote hy which thc
bill to establish a National Bureau of Edu?
cation was rejected, and the question being
% ont, the motion prevailed-yeas 76. nays
49. The bill was then read a third timo
and passed-yeas 80,"nays 41.
In tlie House. Mr. Rogers, of New Jer?
sey, prescnteel the minority report of tho
Committee on Reconstruction. It is a long
docurnout, consisting of elaborate argu?
ment in favor of the PresiileiU's policy and
immediate admission of Southern repre?
sentatives; takes ground that a Htate can
neither withdraw nor bo expelled from the
Union. Thc war was to preserve, not to
destroy the States. Thc report concludes
with a eulogy of tho purity of the motives
of President Johnston.
The remainder of the session of fbe
House was occupied by the consideration
of the new anny hill.
NEW YOKK, June 19-Noon. Gold
sterling 10?. Wool, -ItyQI^ eeuts. Cotton
firm-middling, 40 cents.
NEW OKLEANS, June 19_Cotton steady,
?with sales of 600 bales, at 37A. Gold ITi.
?ank sterling 65. The Ked River reports
arc unfavorable to the prospects of n crop
in the overflowed lands, which have been
?v _< a ? ? _
The country will soon bo startled
by the avowal, on the part of the
leading radicals in Congress, that it
will only require tho votes of three
fourths of the States now represented
?in Congress-that is to say, the votes
of nineteen States-to ratify the con?
stitutional amendment. Tho radicals
have determined to insist upon this,
and to declare the amendment ratifi ed
as soon as nineteen States have so
Mr. Harris, of Maryland, receives
many felicitations to-day upon bia
speech of yesterday. The radicals
are greatly incensed at it, and would
instantly expel Mr. Harris if they die
not know that he would bo hume
diately re-elected by his devoted con
stituents, whom he so faithfully rap
In order that your readers may nol
form erroneous ideas in relation tc
the whipping administered by Gen
..Rousseau, of Kentucky, to Mr. Grin
nell, I will state that the provocatior
is regarded as being such as no gen
ileman could overlook. Not only wa
Gen. Rousseau insulted and slandered
in the grossest and most vituperative
manner, and with the foulest lan
guage, on the floor of the House, b
Grinnell, but the Speaker would no
interfere to check Grinnell, but pei
mitted him to go on unrebuked, am
then gave as an excuse that he coull
hot check a member unless some on
made a point against him.
The>punishment was laid on with
stout rattan, which was used mos
effectively till it broke. No one in
terfered or separated the parties oui
side of the radicals, who took G rbi
. nell's part. Public opinion justifie
Gen." Rousseau. A resort to violence
as a general tiling, is of course coi
demned; but this was an exceptioi
able case, and the general verdict':
that Grinnell deserved all he got, bi
did not get all that he deserved.
Conservative politicians are nc
sorry for the defeat of Mr. Clarke i
a candidate for re-election to tl
United States Senate from Nc
Hampshire. Mr. Clarke has claime
j>olitical preferment on the ground i
lis extreme radicalism, as evidence
.di his zeal for negro suffrage, and ft
the ejection of Mr. Stockton fro
mis seat. That thc claim was not r
- cognized is a matter of surprise i
well as of congratulation.
[Cor. New York News.
?PATRIOTIC TO THE L.A.ST.- At lt b:i
jn Quitman a short time ago, a yotii
' ? X3onfederate, who had lost Iiis leg
battle, chanced, in passing amid t]
dancers!, to put the extremity of 1
wooden substitute upon the hem
the dress of one of the most elegant
attired and charming young ladies
the room, by which her .skirt v>
badly toni. "Dear me," exclai'met
nice young man, whose experit n
with balls had never extended beyo
the ball-room, "that awVwavd feilt
has torn your dress." ..Has li
Well, no matter; the best skirt f lia
is not too good for a carpet for t
hero who has lost a limb in defei
-t + ?. >
There are in Philidelphia 4o0
companies, of which the'stock ol ot
about fifteen have any value in t
market. The stock of the rest ci
not be disposed of at the stock hoi
nt any price. The nominal capi
invested in oil companies is 8-13,00
OOO, and the amount of money tl
has been sunk in these speeulati?
is fully 820,000",OOO.
The Mayor of Portsmouth, \
who was suspended from office n u
ago, because he was not pardon
was, on Thursday, restored to hi ; :
political and civil rights by be
pardoned by the President. I
mayor was a Confederate otb
captured at Fort Fisher.
'.?iTTRAcos uraSTW? BLACK?." --The'
?itisens of Edgefield District-, South
Cj*roljutv, UH we gather from General
Steedman's report, are naturally
greatly- incensed at the radical efforts
?that nave been matlo to fix nppn
them the responsibility for any op?
pression of the negroes in that Dis?
trict. Whatever injury has been
done to tho negroes has been com?
mitted by public enemies-highway?
men, in fact-who operated against
the citizens ns wolL They claim that
they could not punish tho offenders
as their crimes deserved, for the
reason that the Negro Bureau assert?
ed its authority in all cases where ne?
groes were concerned, and that as
long as this state of tilings existed,
they would be powerless to punish
crimes of this character. It further
appears from the report, that so in?
tent are ?di hands connected wiLi the
Negro Bureau in that section upon
feathering their nests, n month or
more is allowed to elapse before they
interest themselves in cases of injury
to negroes when brought' to their at?
tention. The whole story of tho re-|
lat ions between the people of the '
South and the negroes may be briefly ;
told in the following passage from
tho report, which would be of benefit j
to the radicals to study and consider j
"Faithful aud efficient agents oft
tho Bureau who have confined them- j
selves to their legitimate functions
have been aided in tho discharge of j
their duties by tho citizens of South
Carolina, while incompetent and
meddlesome agents, wherever lo- ?
cated, nave aroused bitter feelings ,
and encountered opposition from tiie
Will the Tribune bear the above in
mind when i! talks about'"outrages'
upon the blacks, and will it remem
l?er to denounce tho "incompetent
and meddlesome agents" who are .
alone answerable for any trouble that
may arise between the races?
I Afr \orJc \cirs.
..-? ? - -
THE PKAXBIES BECOMING FORESTS.
Western papers assert that what were
vast treeless prairies iu Hlinois*twe]vo
years ago are now covered with a ;
dense growth of thrifty young forest
trees, comprising various species of
oak. hickory, cotton-wood, ash, iv
The petitions of the Catholics ,>?
Massachusetts fur legislation which
would enable their bishops to hold
church property, in accordance with
the customs and wishes of that
church, have boen refused by the
The Secretary of the Treasury ins
received from Decatur, Alabama,
specimens of new counterfeit $50 and
$100. The lettering is somewhat |
blurred, the paper poor, und color of
note too light, os compared with tho
MISCEGENATION*.-It is currently
reported in tho city that a negro
named Henry Europe married a
"Yankee school-marm" one day last
week, and left for the land of nutmegs
to spend the honey moon.
[Mobile Register, 9*//.
The Mexican Timen, published at '
tho Mexican capital, and recently
edited by the late ex-Gov. Allen, of
Louisiana, is said now tu be the pro?
perty of Gen. Magruder, and is edit?
ed by Beverly Tucker.
lt is stated that Gen. Joe Johnston
has declined the Presidency of the
Alabama and Tennessee Railroad, and
will remain in charge of the National
Express Company, residing in Balti?
lt is confidently asserted that Gov.
il tun ph rey intends to convene tho
Mississippi Legislature in extraordi?
Mrs. Harper, th'1 wife of F. M.
Harper, Esq., of Charleston, died on
board the .steamer Flambeau, on her
recent trip fron: Now York.
There is only ono advantage in
going to the devil, and that is, the
road is easy, and yon are sure t i find
Several ease > of sun-stroke o. cu nvd
in Kiehmond. Vt.. . "i Wednesday.
Thc we.it!,er was inteuselv liol
in the shade.
sun? \ :.:\\ s.
PORT OP CKAl?LKSTON, J t.'NK lu
CUMIIKUCIA I. A".r> K: \ A\<T A j..
i NASHVILLE. Juno ll. The citen marke
: oper.eil, ou yesterday, with much anima
lion, hut there was a inure active dem in?
i ia the evening. Prices ranged fruin ;0 n
Ciscis".vTi. .Tune 1"?. ?'iour in fair de
mund, at SD (ii 1:5. ('?rain r.--tu.- demand
i at lWi(.7\ in sacks. Oats active, at i e-. Ky
. Arm, wt '.mc..-..-'t. Whiskey rinn, ai ; j::
(f?S2.2t> in bon i. Cotton ila?, al ttl/-:!,",
i for middiini'. Mess pork, $.12. Bulk meat
held r.? ?V.. nigher, ami hut little offered
shoulders Kile.: sides J5m.ni l?u?v
! ant, at I".. l*?'?.2l>.\. with a good cnsuaij
i tran demand. I .ai I r?ld il 22c. bm th
demand was light.
iC, OK Tl IK S l'Al.I.s m
.Ht. I is f. - |>o:.c,l f..
JOHN s rois i
Chai rm sn 01 < -ininti
1> ECK I VP. ft U\ \-.\\ rei ' :
X ! . sb.Vf ?ON NM
i il A M ll,Tl >N MATS w'ti li
; nianni'acicn priVcs. We offt-r m n? wm
I lie, also, it FI . mo. Summer Si . -k ai ros
Mtl.l.l- s M VE1.S .. C< '
June JU l ? vi" ' i'e old l itv Hot? I
C. F. JACKSON
HAft Justr?ceivcda SPLENDID LOT of
PALMETTO HATS, of the LATEST
STYLES, at FIFTY CENTS. Call and get
one. _. _.Tune 20 3
j- PROM Mr. A. Crawford's wagon
TTiam, va>r,i, yesterday morning about
W"B dayUght, a sorrel MULE, witn a
.??blight flaxen mane and tail. A libe?
ral reward will be given for her return to
the owner, Mr. H. ROBERTSON, or M. J.
MILLEU. . June 21 V*
Valuable Lots for Sale.
fTlHE subscriber offer? for Bale those, two
JL valuable LOTS, fronting on Main
street 82 feet bv 208 deep, known as 202
and 204 Exchange Row. Tho bricks and
all material to go with the lots. Tho pro?
perty will be sold for one-fourth cash, and
the "balance on a credit, with good securi?
ty. For further particulars, apply to
* June 20 t6_.IAS. PECKHAM.
Patronize Home Institutions.
THE UNDERSIGNED has
i erected a SHOP on the East
' side of the new Market, and_
is prepared to maim fact ure MATTKca?JiS
and FURNITURE of all kin.ls. Give him !
a call. A. RECKLING; !
.hmo 20 t'> I
"ITTE have, this day, received an addi- !
tV tion to our stuck ol OILS, compris- !
ing: Upai, Tallow, Eugine. Micea, Raw and j
Boiled Linseed, Tanners', Kerosene, Train, ;
Taints, dry and in oil, such as Chronic
and Paris (?reen. Yellow Ochre, Chrome
Yellow, Spanish Brown, Venetian Red, In
dian Red, White and Red Lead, Raw and
Burnt Turkey Umber, Raw and Rurnt ?
Sienna, ?tc, ftc.
Varnishes of all kinds.
Coach Hardware, viz: Hubs. Spokes, ;
felloes, Shafts, Enameled Cloth, ftc., at ,
Juno 20 FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
JIMMY RKB. MINSTRELS.
ry\\\ 1". rifth and huft (for the present ) t ''?ii- ,
1 ..it ol'tin-.h.hunv Robs, will be giveu ;
TO-MORROW [Thursdav) EVENING, in
Gibbes' Hall. The programme will be se- '
lected from the w ry best pieces in their :
repertoire. A handsome nri^e will b# .
Erivon for thc post original conundrum ,
offered. Parties desiring to compete, will !
!; ave (heir names, together with a copj r.f '
the conundrum, with th? door-keeper.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
VNY one may make a beautiful picture
with only a few drops of water, ami
make your own albums of pretty pictures
at little cost. For sale bv
FISHER ft HEINITSH.
.1 une 'JO Pharmacists.
Tamarinds for the Sick!
I^UR making TAMARIND LEMONADE: !
n delightful refrigerant in fevers. For
sale hy FISHER A HEINITSH,
June ?o Pharmacists.
' FRUIT PRESERVER."
To the House-wile.
VVALUABLE invention for the benefit
of all. Fruit preserved, of all kinds,
wit Lout sugar-, und without expensive seal?
ing or air-tight jars. One bottle will pre?
serve rj.spouiids.il' fruit. Cheap, health
hil HUI! effectual. For sale bv
FISHER ft HEINITSH. i
.lune -jo Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
VNOTHER large snpph of PON l'< ?. ?N>^
SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. Tho
great medicine for worms. Over 2,soo have
beeu sold in less than two months, and
millions of worms destroved. If \..m
children have worms, ^o t.. Fisher A ll. in
itsh's and get a Lox.
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Juno 13 Pharmaceutists.
1710R Rowel Complaints, Summer Coin
5 plaints, Weak Stomach, fte. For sale
by FISHER ft HEINITSH. Druggists.
? 7?IVE HUNDRED gall..ns prune White
V KEROSENE Oil., for sal, hv burrel ..i
gallon ai FISHER A HEIN I isil s.
Slav IR 1 >i nggistf.
I181?GS AMI MEDICINES !
IT BLUE MASS, in pound*.
i ?MEL, DOVER'S FOWLER:
CROTON OIL, MORPHIA
i 'alabria Liquorice.
i ?um Opium, Quinine.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil, quarts and pinta.
!)ead shot Verm?fugo.
Holloway's Worm Confeetive
Winslow's Soothing S\ rup.
Wright's Rills, Brandret h's Pill .
Ayer'? Rills, Harlem < ni.
German Horse Powder.
Rarber's Horse Powder.
Tarrant's Aperient, Tarrant'? ("ubi bs.
Philotoken, Batchelor"? Hair Dye
Marchisi Catholicon, Ram Kill. .
Saudford's Liver Invigoratoi
Av. r's Cherry Pectoral.
McMnnn's Elixir Opium.
, Flour Sulphur. Roll Brimstone
Cream Tartar, English Mustard.
Lemon Syrup, Ginger Syrup,
str twbi rry Syrup.
Extract Lemon, Extract Vanilla.
FISHER ft HEINITSH. Druggists,
At the old stand, Main stret t.
The Fair i ace of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every one. No one
ppssessing this neb gift and attribute
of health and attraction would exchange it
foi th" wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many stifler their skin to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar the
I" nutv and bloom ?d'th.- face. The CIR
CASStAN BLOOM removes all soots and
blemishes, tan, fr? ? ki. s, pimples, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, titi
attractive in woman.
For sale bv druggists evrrvwln re.
FISHER ft HEINITSH, Ag. nts
JOHN M. MARIS ,V CO., Philad'a.
Wanted to Hue Immediately.
Vi !< >M RETEN J' NURSE to take charge
of un infant Applv at thia office.
? June 19
TRI WEEKLY RACK USE
Between Laurens and Newberry.
ON and after MONDAY,
jg&K L -/J1"* 18Ui havant, the HACK
j^g^H^^will connect with the up
train, on thc' Greenville* ana
Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS ,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with tho
down tiain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus passengers can be carried through
from Columbia to Laurens in ONE DAY - -
arriving at Laurene by 9 o'clock tho name
day they leave Columbia Passenger? can
leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. and arrive
at Columbia same day at 7 o'clock.
Every comfort is * afforded passengers
which could be expected on a stage Une.
T. B. CREWS. -
_Ltuxreni^ June 16, 1806. June 20
JUST received, 50 bushels COW PEAS,
for planting. C. HAMBERG,
Store opposite Charlotte Depot.
TAKEN UP, ~
fti AT Broad River Ferry, bu the
*tpB| 12th, a black hors- MULE, siip
^JJJ?pr>Hod to be about 12 or 14 years
old, a little Bwayed-back, about 14 bunds
high, winch thc-owner can get by making
application to the undersigned (four miles
from Columbia or at the Ferry) ami nay:
tug expenses. .1 N. HUFFMAN.
June 17 6*
P.ATEM HAIR CRIMPERS.
THE CRIMPERS ai., designed to beau?
tify and improve "woman's crowning
glory." thc hair, and experience proves
that nothing \\.I? remain unappreciated
that has a tendency to make beauty more
beautiful-or, woman more lovelv. A few
dozen just rec, ive! bv E. POLLARD,
June 10 +fi? Sop. Agent.
STOCK ALE ARRIVED !
")/\ BBLS. and halt bbl*. LOW FOR
?\J C\sn -at
June 15 0 CALNAN A K KEE O Eli's.
i~\ INGER SNAPS.
VX ECU BISCUIT.
SWEET W?M'. BISOC1T Just iveeivi-d
bv CALNAN A KREUDER
Jnr..- lo r.
.>A DRUMS Fbi -.
Jt\f 10 boxes LAYEK RAISINS
June 8 JOHN C. SEEGERS \ t O
Shoulders and Hams.
.> HMDS. SHOULDERS.
J? 1 tierce SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
June:: JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
r/\ REAMS large-shied WRAPPING
. )\ J PAPEL? low to dealers.
Mav 27 .li HIN C. SEEGERS.
\TEW IRISH POTATOES. For sale bv
.lo ?IN C. SEECtF.RS V CO
RECEIVED THE BAY,
And for Sale Cheap i
HT f\ BOXES TOB Af X**? ' choie* gradea.
?Ml RI . low
luykM) SEGARS -genuine Rio Hondo.
5,000 '. -low gradeo.
.Jo bales COTTON YARNS - t. V>
10 bask? ts Heidsick Champagne
50 doz. Madeira, Port.Sherrv i.n.l t/htrct
10 doz. Lemon S\ rup.
Several cases of "Old COGNAi BRANDI
10 bbls. Bi arbon \\ l.i^k .
2n " Corn
7o bbls. Flour.
soo bushels Com.
.".o kit - Mack i r. !
M bids. foil'. .. sm .nr.
05 .? common Brown .Nugara.
?0 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines. Rm boxes il- rrmp.-.
J ANNE Y A T?L?/ESOX.
1?T ROLLS 5 und ti quarter CANTON
O MATTING- white and red checked.
150 piecer PRIS l's- eheap
200 BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
00 " Lawns and Orgaudii -
Ladies' Philadelphia Slippers.
Shales Brown shirtings. For sale. li. ij>.
Mav lo it ?LEESON A JAN'NEV
Wholesale Sc Retail.
PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
?50*20 FRENCH GRENADINES.
2'I pieces Embroid'd and Plain Bera ge*.
1?I '. French Wasambique.
:;;> " Borage Anglais, at 37? 7.1.
50 .. Chames-very pretty" 37.) Td.
.jj .. French Prints.
2tio " Fancy
-.*. KI . Lawns and Jaconets.
I A1 .SO.
i Just received, a tine assortment of SEA
! SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, 0-4 Black DeLaine.
j S 1 Black and White Borage, f..r shawl*.
Jaconet, swiss and Nainsook Muslin-.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
I White and Colored Brilliant*.
Trail Hoop skirt.;.
! Embroid'd and Lin?; 11 Cull ? and lollara.
1 ( ' .1 . 1*. French Fan-..
I 200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
i _.*, 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetiugs
Bales 3-1. 7-9 and 1-4 Shirtings.
Hosier} all prices and qualities.
Cloth*,' Cassimeres, Drap d'Ete.
I incus, Nankenett, Ac, for gent's w. hi
ALSO, AT WHOLESAI E ONLY
20 ease? Ladies' Bootee*.
in . Slippers
lo .. Men".-, Congress PH..OI*.
ni ' Lasting Shoes.
I 10 ' " Leathe. Pmiip
\ I so,
A large stock r.f Ladies' Hat- trimmed
and 1111 LI immi d.
i Gent's F. h and LOL, horn Matt
10,000 Colored and White Envi lop. .
Foolscap, Note and Letter Papei
Large stock of Clothing
! TOLL ESO If d- J ANN FY.
Borden'? Condensed Milk.
Extracts Strawberry, VamUa Banana,
Pine Apple and Lemon
Pure Spice?, ground and whola
Preserved Canton Ginger
Andrews' Yeast Powders.
Quarter and half bo\. > Sardinel.
Walnut ( atsup
London Club Sauce.
Just received and for ?ii!? b.
?Tone lu_ J. A I. KL AGNEW.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
in BHDS, prime BACOS SIDES am
J VF SHOULDERS.
J idols. Snpar-'tired Breakfast SrripH.
? ?ti han?1, and foi sab- low by
.?line 15 J. it T. ft. .V.NEW.
Hams! Hams! Hams]
C1HOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
. CURED HAMS, just received and foi
sale at 25 cents per pon tul. Ctol soon, be
fore thev ar. all ?old.
.lune .1. A T. K. AGNEW.
Butter and Eggs.
(1HOXCE COUNTRY BUTTER.
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
And a ; >od supply of FRESH EGGS.
Just received and for sale atourusua
j low prices. .I. A T. R. AGNEW.
.1 uno H
Choice Family Beel i
I* CST rec* tv, d. ch. ?ice FAMILY C< ?RNE1
BEEF. J. A T. I: AO NEW.
' 20( ) Std'-Rai iii] and'eY.ol. o^Famib
FLOU IL on i. iud and f..r sale l?w h\
Juu. 3 J. A T. lt. AON KW.
Iron! Iron! Iron!
rpIRE IRON, 1- to - inches wid. . nt 64c.
i A completo assortment ol Hoop, Kod
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, Ol
band and for sale low bv
Juno :i J. ,\ I', lt. AGNEW.
milE subscribers har. in-; r. .rivvd at
I assortment of CA KUI AGE MATE
UTA I.S. consist inf: in part <.!' Spokes. Fel
Inca, Shafts, Carriage ii..Hr-, Axle Clips
Malleable Cas.ings, Enamelled Cloth am
Leather, Dash leather. Whip Sockets
Knobs. Lit.niu Nails Point and Ham
Bands, ( ?il Carpet, C i triage Hin*' s, Coael
Body and Running Part Varnish Japans
Paints, this, .>.,-.
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from 1 j
to .' inches wide, a) ?if cents per pound.
Jun.- 2 J. A T. K. AGNEW.
! CHAINS! CHAINS!
JUST received and r.-r ?al low, 5<hJ pairs
Straight and Twi-tcd IVa.-f CHAINS.
Also, a com;.1. t.- assort men I ot Ton g ut
Chains, Lock Chains, Breast c. hams, Stay
Chains, Fifth Ch.uti-, with and without
Stretcher?, ?'...l Chain. Baiter Chains
Jack Chains. Ac. J. .\ T. U. AGNEW.
M a v 'JO
Pot A7V?.VX*0 ,
Sance Pans, Fry Pans, &c
I">OTS, OVENS, SI tl?l.hs. '1 INN KI
SA I CE PANS, Plain SA I CK PANS
Long and Short Uandi. .1 Frv l'an?, Bra?;
an I Ena m. lied Preserving' Ketti. ?. Glin
Pots, finned Mortars. Kettles, .ve. Jus
? received and for sate bv
May J7 J. ,\ i. B. AGNEW.
TRI THE MIIUUl) HAM.
ONE HUNDREDcho?c< st >. VR-CURE1
MARYLAND HAMS just received
There are no better Hams,and they ai
ut lea?! as good .i- tin best in market*. Fo
sale LOW lo J A T. R. AGNEW,
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &e
~i\ DOZ. I. .ie; and short Handle?
2"> doz. SPADES.
13 . Long and Short Handled Manur
Fork-. Als.., Garden Forks, Garden Hoes
Garden Rakes, Uai ch n Trowels, Grain l 'ra
dies. Griffin's Scvthes, Ac. Ju>t receive!
and for sale low te .7. A T. I!. AGNEW.
STUART'S WHITE SYRUP.
Stuart's SURRT Liai Syrup.
Stllalt's Golden Svnu>. -Cif! nc? ive.
and for sale bv J.* A T. R. AGNEW.
1 May 22 _'_ _
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES,
MPH!'undersigned have been appointe.
; .1 agents for th. - superior SAFES
j These Safes aro made with tbreo fian gos -
I all other safes have I nt two. Thev hav.
1 Powder Proof Locks, and thc locks an.
I b >hs are protected with plates of hardenei
' steel, which i-> th.- only protection againa
i the burglars drill and the insertion of pow
I der. Also, warranted free fi om dampness
While th. TC S.d. s have no superior ii
I quality, they arc furnished at mod?r?t
prie."- )eie-t 25to 33$ per cent, leas that
i Herring's and ether makers, while th
quality cannot he surpassed.
A ?ample Safe can be seen at mir .-torc
and orders will bo taken at New Yorl
prices, with expenses of traneportatioi
added, and no charge for forwarding ii
t harleston. J, A I'. H. AGNEW.
BB LS MUSO >YAD( ? sic, VRs, fi i om t
Hair. 1? Mm-, ovado SUGARS. , ? juod
for 51. *Aio,
A complete assortment of Crushed uti
Relined SUGARS For sale at low rates b
Mav ia ,i i K. AGNEW.
I Auction Sale?.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTt).
! THIS MORNING, at the Market, Wdvioum
. to sale of stalls, we will sen,
2 very fine MULES. Sale posit ive.
? June 20 I
Durbec & Walter, Auctioneers.
! C. S. Jenkins, having removed to the iii*
of Charleston, will offer at auction, ou
THURSDAY next, 21st, at 10 o'clock. Ht
. Ins store, on Assembly street,
The balance of STOCK on hand, consist
ing of :
I Toys, Confectionery, Sweet Oil, Biscuits,
j Perfumery, Liquors.Shoes, Spool Cotton,
Dry Gooda, Nuts, Vermicelli, Maccp.roni.
Spices, Brooms, Pipes, Bottles, Hats, Pa
per, Soaps, Brushes, Combs, Pins, Needles,
j Buttons, Gloves and a variety of Fancy
. Articles. .Vc. Alao, the Store and Fixtures
' Jane 1? _ _3
\ Cargo Sale of Mascoea&y Sugars and Mu
BY JOSEPH H. RISLEY.
! ON WEDNESDAY, 20th June, at ll o'clock
a. m., will bo sold, ut Accommodation
Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
; The CARGO of the schooner "E. L. B.
j '.Vales,'" from Matanzas, Cuba, consisting
i ? 38 hhdss rtrst quality Muscovado Molasse*
1 j 1 tie-roe .? '
I 53 hhds. prime ' . >?
I j l? tierces- " '. .. ??
:HO lthds. very superior Grocery Sugars.
! 20 " tirbt qualitj
Terms at sale. June 17 3
Parady "Residence at Private Sale
By Levin ?fe Peixotto.
"VTtTE offttr. on accommodating terme,
\Y that well-known pleasantly situateu
RESIDENCE on Arsenal Hill, formerly oc?
cupied by Jesse Drafts. Esq., containing
six rooms, well finished; two servant?'
houses, kitchen and stables. The lot, em?
braces one acre of ground, having a tine
garden, well, Ac. Apply a? above.
June 20 tS
Life of Frederick the Great;
? \ fW?h BY CARLISLE, now complete.
? ; Tho Illustrated Horse Doctor, by
Letters"of Life. . s. Sigourney.
The Trial, bv autr <Heir of Redcliffe.
Noble Life, by autl f John Halifax.
1 ! Wives and Daughters, by Mrs. Gaskell.
" ' A Cyclopedia of Business and Commereia
Anecdotes, by Kirkland-in 2 vois,
j Flint's Physiology of Man -2 v..ls.
1 Stumbling Blocks, by Gail Hamilton.
. Diarv of Kittv Trewlyan, a Story of the
1 limes of "Whitfield and the- Wesleys.
1 I Chronicles of Schonberg Cot ta Family, by
. : same author.
Wanderings over Bible Linois, by same
author. Tor sate ht
June 16 Opposite Law Range.
Congaree Jockey Club.
\XWEDNESDAY, Julv 4. Purse ?10O
>> Milt-Heats-ror "Horses untrained,
never having won a mile race. Two or
! more to .--tart.
THURSDAY, July 5.- Purse 4100-Mu*
? Heats -to be trotted for in harness. Open
' to all Hoi-.-, s that have never won a mile
. i heat race. Two ?.r more to start.
>' FRIDAY, July C. -Puree $200. Free for
all running Horses. Two or more to start
!j SATURDAY', Julv ".-Purse $200. Open
for all Trotting Horse*, Mares or Gelding?
I [ to harness. Mile Heats, best two in thre*
two or more to start to muk.- a race.
SAME. DAY. July 7.-Purse S100. Da?h
of One Mile-free ter all running Horses
Two or more t>. start.
The first Race on each dav to comineo.-J
. ut THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Each entry
lt? per cent., to bc added to each day's pure e
Jun- l>". L. T. LEVIN, Secretary.
OUR weekly shipment of GOODS ha3
arrived, and prices are attractive
buvers. We mention below H. few leadinu
e articles, including some NOTIONS which
have been much inquired for and are now
1 te) be- had :
1 BROWN LINEN DRILL
1 Black Alpacas all prices
Ilamask Tab!.: Clothe.
12-4 Linen Sheeting - extra cheap.
0-1 Pillow Casing " "
Jaconet Edging and Inserting.
. ' Swiss Edgiug and Inserting.
I ; Mull Edging and Inserting.
. Linen Edging and Inserting, new pretty
" and cheap.
lJ : Linen Collars and Setts, late styles
3 Black Crape Collars, Plain and B.-ade.l
t Whit.- Illusion atiJ Lace Falls, very
- i popular.
Black Illusion and Lace Falls, v^rv
I 1 REAL YALENCTENNEs. LACE, ot all
Patent Valenciennes Lace, ah widths
Black and Colored Belt RIBBON.
Black and Colored Alpaca Braid
Black silk Binding.
Taj >. Trimming, all width?.
Hoop skirts that are elegant and modest
shapes, at very low ligures.
Worsted Embroidery Braid, and Fren .-:
' India Rubber Round Combs.
A tine line Ladies' White Cotton Hone
y SHIVER & BECKHAM.