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sKWeEEET _CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28. 1866o_ 5
'lie Daily ]?^"ews.
SATURDAY. MORNING, APRIL 28.1866.
tfEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
M-JEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITT.
THa? lalST OaT LETTERS r?**
^liiiiiK in tlie Fostofiioe at trie end
mor-t week is ?r>-u.r>liBrf?ecl oflioittll-y
?HK 3DAXL.Y NEWS every iFVi
?l?y morninK.
AGENTS.
The following are the Agents for this paper:
JR. A. HEMrNGWAY, Qoneral Traveling and Collect.
IAgent
fOWN SEND k NORTH, Booksellers and Stationen-,
ibla, 8. 0.
, J. jr. RYAN, BarnweU, 8. 0.
M. TRIMMIBR, Spartan Offloe, Bpartanburg, a 0.
T. DuBOIS, Marion.
8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0?, Madison co., Fla.
**ATRI0K k HUVKY, Mneon, Georgia.
A. McKNIGHT, Unionvill?*,
E. ALLEN. Cheater 0. II., 8. 0.
PH H. SEARS, "New Boutb," Hilton Head.
T. 8. LANCE, OrahamviUe P. O.. Beaufort, 8. 0.
F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0.
L. DARR, Burator, 8. C.
0. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, 8. O.
I. T. HERSHMAN, 'Journal offloe," Camden, B. 0.
f. M. BROWN, "Southerner offloe," Darlington, 8. 0.
M. QUTNN k BRO., Augusta,
[. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
?0 DA VEGA, Agent in New Tor*,
r. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
always tho latest dates of the Daily New?, as he
|s of all the other prinolpal Journals of the country.
LOCAL MATTERS.
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- SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -S?
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?fele at "La Okiolla."?Those Tfho have
ken chancea at Jose Jara's, for the beautiful
frech aum pipes, are informed that tho raffle
[?ee place this ovening, at 8 o'clock.
Iaise in the Price of Gas.?Onr city readers
1 regret to observe, by the advertisement of the
Company in another column, that on and after
let of May the price of gaa will he raised to
ken dollars per thousand.
s Ladies' Fair?Our readers will notice in onr
|nnms to-day the announcement that a Fair, "to
in the establishing of a school for boys, will he
beed on Monday evening, 30th Instant, at Hibor
in Hall," ?to. We cannot too highly commend
worthy efforts of "the getters up" of this Fair
|the public, and we aro convinced that our citi
3B will respond to the undertaking, as it hae
9n their custom to do in like undertakings, since
time when the memory of man runneth not tc
i contrary. The object is a moat laudable one,
Jd will receive the encouragement of all the
iritablo persons of onr city, which number?
not all the inhabitants of the plaice.
V.T the Twenty-nth Anniversary of the Falmet
jFire Engine Company, held yesterday evening
following officers were elected for the ensuing
TH08. MILLER, Preetdont.
P. O. KERRIGAN, Vlco-President
J. REDDOCK,* 1st Director.
JOHN LONG,. 3d Director.
TH08. OASEY.t 3d Director.
JOHN RUMLEY," 4th Director.
G. B. DUNN.ll Secretary.
H. FEBGU80N,1"? Treasurer.
3. MclNTIRE,tt 1st Axeman.
J. MURBAY. 2<1 Axeman.
3. CO LE M AN, Halt Keeper.
|*A. Farrelly. declined. fW. 0. Gordon, declined.
IL. HeOroD, declined. ST. E. Dslwlok, declined.
IP. Walsh, declined. J. A. Armstrong, docl'J
It Tim daffy, declined.
The Southern Ex-pbebs Company.?We have be
Ore this spoken of this Company, and we are con
trained to do so again, from the fact that as w
re the advocates of industry and enterprise, w
no oompelled to compliment this Express Com
?any upon its many excollent features in thii
ray. Thirty years ago a Mr. Adams, nnknown t<
feme, bnt possessed of great energy and honeetj
ith carpet bag in hand, commenced an on ter pria
rhich has grown with the age, and is now th
vealthiest and best conducted Express Compan
n the world. It still boars his name, and tbrougl
jut these United StatcB is an honorable mom
neat to his memory.
The Southern Express Company is a brano
from this, and has* connections with all the rai
roads in the Southorn States, as well as, ?
-sourse, all those in the Northern, Eastern, an
Western. We are pleased to loam from Mr. B101
the efficient Superintendent of this departmen
ibracirig this State, the whole of Florida, and
portion of Georgia, that freight shipped from th
point to Augusta will.bo dobverod in that oity c
the same day of its shipment; and that, as tl
Charlotte Road is now completed, freight will all
gb through on that railroad with evory dispatc
Mr? W. W. Elmendoim- is the local agent of tl
company at this place, and Mr. A. II. Barrer is tl
gentlemanly? monoy clerk; Enterprise, capiti
honesty, and industry, are always to be commoi
ed, and therefore we speak so laudatory of tl
Southern Expresa Company.
Divine Service To-Morrow.?We learn, frc
our excellent contemporary, the Weekly Recoi
that Divine Service will be hold in the follow!
Churches in this city to-morrow :
Bt. Michael's, Rev. F. T. Keith.
St. Luke's, Rev. C. F. Gadsdex.
St. Mark's, Rov. J. B. Seabrook.
Grace, Rev. O. 0. PikckMet.
Holy Communion, Rev. A. T. Porter.
St. Paul's, Rev. W. W. Lobd, D.D.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, Rev. E. J. M
r arpie. Service at half-past 10 o'clock A. M., a
half-past 7 P. M. Sunday School at half-pas!
P. M. Public Prayer-meeting every Wednea<
evening.
Bethel M. E. Church, South, Rev. J. T. W10
MAM.
Citadel Squaro Baptist Church, Rev. L. Cu
BEBT.
English Lutheran, Archdalo street, Rev. J(
Bachman, D.D.
English Lutheran, Morris Btreet, Rev. Wm
Bowman.
German Lutheran, corner Hasel and An
.streets, Rev. L. Mueller.
Central Presbyterian Ohurob, Rov. W? 0. Da
Service every Sunday evening at half-pas
o'clock.
Second Presbyterian Church, Wragg'e Squi
Dr. Thomas Smtthe, D.D.
Glebe street (Fourth) Presbyterian Ohui
Bev. J. L. Girardbau. Sorvioe at half-past
o'clock A. M., and half-past 3 P. M.
St. John's Ohr-pel, corner Nassau and I
street?, Rev. Alexander Marshall, D.D. I
vice at half-past 10 o'clock A. M., and half-]
8 P.M.
Unitarian Church, Archdalo street. Divine
vice in this Church evory Sabbath morn.nj
half-past 10 o'clock.
Service at tho Church of the Holy Oommui
(Rev. A. Toother Porter), the second Bunds
every month, at quarter-past 7 o'clock P. M.
Mariner's Church, Rev. W. B. Yates. Bei
Athalf-p et 10 A. V,
Pkoyost'8 Cotjbt.?Ann Turpin, colored.?
Threatoning language and disorderly conduot.?
Policoman O'Riley on going on duty, was inforuiod
that two colorod women and ono man wore beating
a wbito woman in Minority-at root,and whon ho went
thoro he found the woman in tho houso in charge
of tho military. There was a crowd around tho
door and defendant was with thorn. Witr**--.s or
dered nor to loavo, and tho crowd to d: ,/orae, and
the orowd retired, but Bhe, refasing to go, he ar
rested her. Aftor hor arrest ebe Baid that tho
Frovoat Marshal had given hor loavo to choke tbo
white woman. Sentenced to $2 fine or two days'
imprisonment.
Primus Colo, oolored.?Trespass.?Policoman
Labibsex was on duty on Thursday night in Roau
fain street with another Polioeman, and about 11
o'clock an old colorod man came out of a gate
and asked them to go in his lot, aa there was a
person there trying to steal, and that they went
in and arrested defendant. John Seabrook, col
ored, testified that some time ago the defendant
oamo in hia yard and stele some fowls; and that
on Thursday night his sop. hearing some one
walking without shoes on the promises, woke him
up, and on going out found defendant in the
neighborhood of the hen-roost. He gave witness
a hard fight, but he took him and held him till the
Guard took him to tho Guard Houso. Sentenced
to a fine of ?-5 or ten days' imprisonment.
Felix Gvrin, oolored.?Stealing.?A. Ibaab testi
fied that defendant oatne into his store on Thurs
day, and asked for two cents worth of thread, and
then asked to see some handkercbiofs, when,
while ho was looking at them, ho stole two coats
and pat them into his bundle. Witness followed
him and arrested him. Sentenced to $10 fine or
twenty days' imprisonment.
Tho case of Jim Harris, for burglary and sus
picion Of using chloroform on J. M. Williams and
wifo, was referred to a military commission.
Releases.?We copy the following from the
Edgefiold Ad?CT-?iser of the 25th : "Stanfobd
E. Gbiffin, EBq., under arrest in Columbia
and Charleston for a month or six weekB
past, Toturnod to Edgefield on Sunday last. Ho is
released, as was Gen. Gaby, on a sort of indefinite
parole, to appoar whenever eummoned by tho Uni
ted States authorities. We loam from Mr. Gnivfin
that Mr. Julius Day and Mr. Jesse Gomillion
have aleo probably returned to their homes, or
?ill return in a day or two; roloasod on the same
conditions. That an order had been procured by
Gov. B?NHAM for the release, on parole, of young
Stboteeb. That Mr. J, H. Blease had been
paroled, and was at liberty in the city, but not
allowed to leave it. And that Meeare. Lovhy,
Lott, Powell, Yabbobouoh and son, Wills,
Patbiok Coleman and Mitchell were still con
fined in Charleston Jail. Mr. Gbiffin, during the
entire three weoka he spent in Charleston, was ix
close confinement in the "jail. Oar unfortunate
fellow-oltizens last named are still imprisoned
thus. Of Major Wilson Coleman and young Heb
lono, who have never been removed from Colum
bia, Mr. Gbiffin could tell us nothing; nor have wc
heard aught of them -from other eourcea. Gov
Bonnaw has left Charleston, and gone to Colum
bla to see the last named two gentlemen, and la
bor in their behalf. Gen. Butlbb Is still in Char
leston, making efforte to procuro the parole o
such of our citizens as are still lb prison."
Completion of the Charlotte and Sotjti
Oabolisa Railboad?Tho Columbia Ph nix o
yesterday brings us the following pleasant pleo
of Intelligence: "Wo are highly gratified at boin?
able to announce the completion of the track-lay
ingofthe above railroad, yesterday afternoon
and the arrival of the first passenger train to-da;
(Friday). This road, it will be remembered, wa
almost entirely destroyed, in February, 1865, froc
Columbia to Blaokatocks?a distance of more tha:
fifty miles. The officers had innumerable diffioul
ties to contend with, but having gone manfully t
work, surmounted them all. The greater part c
tho road was relaid .with the old Iron, after th
"klnkan were taken out?and how this difficult jo
could be so successfully accomplished, in a myi
tery; for it really seemed that Sbeumak's me
understood the business thoroughly, as some i
the bars resembled augera in appearance, whi
others again were twined lovingly around tl
neighboring trees. The magnificent iron bridf
over the Catawba, we are informed, will be con
pleted in a week or ten days, when passengers ca
a be conveyed through' without change of oars."
> O a
}. Kniohts Tkmplab.?The Grand Commandei
(1 of Knights Templar for the State of Georgia, con
monead its Grand Annual Conclave in the Aaylui
"' of Georgia Oommandery Ho. 1, In this city, on Moi
^ day night, at eight o'clock. Bight Eminent Gran
Commander William Tbacy Gould presiding, at
closed its labors yesterday.
The following are the officers for the ensuii
Masonio year :
h Sir William Tracy Gould, Right Eminent Grai
Commander. Augusta.
30 Sir Allen Hberod Catta, Very Eminent Dopu
ie Grand Commander, Americus.
.i Sir William Wade Boyd, Eminent Grand Ge
' eralissimo, Atlanta.
"' Sir James Monroe Blvins, Eminent Grand Oa
tie tain General, Oolnmbus.
Rev. Sir Francis R. Goulding, Eminent Grai
Prelate, Macon.
Sir George Smith Ober, Eminent Grand Seni
im Warden, Macon.
d Sir Benjamin By th wood Russell, Eminent Grai
' Junior Warden, Augusta.
Q? Sir Joseph Eastburn Wells, Eminent Gra
Treasurer, Macon.
Sir Charles Ruud Armstrong, Eminent Gra
Recorder, Maoon.
Sir Thomas Whitty Chandler, Eminent Grai
Standard Bearer, Atlanta.
Sir William Henry Griswold, Eminent Gra
Sword Bearer, Columbus.
Sir Christopher Francis Lewis, Eminent Gra
Warden, Augusta.
[?Tftronicleand Sentinel
,nd
t 3 Railroad Meeting in Cincinnati.?A opecialc
lay P?toh to the Nashville Banner, dated Oincimi
on Friday, says thoro was a largo meeting held
the Merchants' Exchange in that oity lasteveni
to consider the ways and means for shorten
the time of communication with the South. Mi
of the moat prominent citizens and business n
wore present. Resolutions woro offered, and o
six hundred thousand dollars aubaorlbed. 01
l# tanooga seems to take proferenoe of Knoxville
a terminus for tho extension of the Danville ro
A million will be added to the amount aire
raised.
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Extbaobdinaby Loss in Cotton.?A part]
New York purchased, over a year ago, threo li
dreel and fifty bales of ootton, for which he \
some $1.80 per lb. That cotton was kept n
lately, when It was ?old at 37o. per lb., inflici
on the owner the terrible loso of two hunc
and fifty thousand dollars.
SHOES & BOOTS
C. STAUFF
HQESFSOTF?IaliY INFORMS HZS FBIEND3 .
XW tha community that he has opened a brano
business In tho building corner of King and afa
streets, known as Adger'a Big 8toro, where ho ha
baud a large assortment of LADI.K8', HISSES'
OHILDKaN'B SHOES.
ALSO,
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS St red
prices. tuthsSmos April
BUSINESS NOTICES. >
J. W. Bts-.inmktin, Grocor, No. 308 King-atroat, offers
to his f,-iends and the public a fino and cheap Block
of Groceries. We have had occasion so pass his store
aovoral times, and Judging from the crowd wo feo thoro
purchasing, be muit be doing a bandsomo business.
Mr. Steinmetei. hss procured a wagon, snd oil good?*
purcbaaod at bla atore will bo sent to your doors. We,
therefore, recommend and invite tho public to visit his
establishment, for he wsrrants all of his good-., and
keeps nothing but the very boot of good things. Seo
his advortlsemenst, In another column.
NKVEnuoiiE can the coarse, gritty tooth powders and
tooth-destroying chemical fluids And a place on tho toi
lets of sensible people. Tho fragrant and preservative
80ZOD01ST has superseded tbem all. tusU
With a Fahily case in your house, you may pre
vent sickness, prevent suffering, provent expense, and
loss of time, or the children having the Measles, or
Scarlet Fever, or Whooping Cough, or even Fever, by
using preventives in the case. Huairanrxs' Specific
noiaiEOPATHJC MxoiClMX CokO-AlTX, No. 602 Broadway,
New York. 6
Mas. PaRTjnoTON Insulted.?The White Mountains
of New Hampshire are evidently a great institution
very high, heavy frosts, beautiful view, four dollar din
ners. But the practical oye of a certain renowned
Dbase saw those smooth-faced rooks, and thereupon
adorned and variegated tbe bridle path to the Tip-Top
House with his familiar S. T.?1860?X. Plantation
BrrrmBS. This raised the ire of tho Mra. Pabtingtohe
composing tbe Legislature of the Granito State, who got
their wise heads together, outlawed Dr. Drake, and
make it a penal offence to ply the artistlo brush on theli
beloved hills. Verily, tbe flno arts aro at a discount in
New Hampshire. Query.?Did Drake pay them foi
this splendid advertisement? tuthaS April 24
LIFE INSURANCE.
THE KNICKERBOCKER
UPE INSUIUNCE COMPM,
OF WKW YORK.
No Extra Charge for Southern Resi
dence
One Rate of Premium all over tin
United States.
APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY
W. B. HERIOT & CO., Agents
t No. 349 King street.
Medical Examiner: Da. J. SOMER8 BTJI8T.
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FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
THE
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
CAPITAL:
??1,000,000
(ONE MILLION STERLING,)
IS MOW PREPARED TO TAKE FIKE RD3ES IN TED
OIT?.
?3- LOSSES ADJUSTED AND SETTLED HEBE.
A. S. JOHNSTON. Agent,
T? OFFICE, MARKET-STREET,
April 0 lmi) Tiro doors east of Msettng-et.
BATESVILLE FACTORY.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO
FOR SALE ON ACCOMMODATINO TERM
OF ASSORTED NUMBERS.
OSNABURGS
A1ST33 SHIRTINGS
April 1? etuthlO
G. H. BROWN,
FORME RI* Y OF BROWN ?fc PALMA,
HAS THIS DAY BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH US INT.
u WHOLESALE
Crockery Business
Nos. 9 & 11HAYNE-STREET,
td will be pleased to see his old friends and custom
the
OLD ST^fSTD.
ON HAND, A F?LL ASSORTMENT OF
GRANITE AND C. ft WARE
In original packages, of direct importation.
ALSO,
ASSORTED CRATES AND CASI
FOR COUNTRY ?BE.
WILLIAM (.. WBILDEN & (?C
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ICE! ICE! ICE
IMPORTANT TO BUTCHE1
AND
HOUSEKEEPERS.
WE HAVE REPAIRED ODE PATENT ARCTIC
FRIOKRATOR, at the Cbarlestou loa House,
ner of Oburoh snd Market streets, that was doing
good sorvloe, before the war, in cooling Meats and c
artlcl?,? watch are required to be put on loo. W
now prepared to do tbe aboye business in the best i
Also,
ICE AT WHOLESALE & RETi
and PACKED In the most approved manner for 01
TU?TBADE.
JL. GAGE & OO.
?piim ' <. _lmo
MUSICAL N?TIGE.
MRS. V. M. HARPER (DADOHTBB AND POPE
the Ute Prof. M. 8. linrza), otter? her sei
to the ciUsens of Charleston as Teaohs** of VOCAL
INSTRUMENTAL MUSI?.
SUsidoaos No. 2t Soclety-stroot, opposite Um
BeheoL
R?ifirsto Oen. Jtuve Bi-moits, Dr. Vu. T, JtWAA
QruHo? BnifliTB, and Dr. W. M. Fitch.
Nonnbtrli
PEOPLE'S BANK STOCK.
IAA 8HABE8 PEOPLE'S BANK BTOCK. FOB
JLUU salo by Z. B. OAKES,
No. 4 Broad-atroct.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
SOUTHWESTERN RAILBOAD BANK NOTES.
Applv as above. 1 April 28
SIGHT EXCHANGE
ON NEW YOBK AND LIVERPOOL BOUGHT AND
SOLD.
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES. STOCKS, BONDS, oto.
QEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
April 28 fmwl2 Nob. 1 and 3 Hayno-atreet.
CHECKS ON NEW YOEK.
FOR SALE BY
CONNER k WILSON,
April 25 6 No. 5 Broad St.
MUTILATED CURRENCY
BOUGHT BY P. H. KEGLER,
Corner King and Has-el-atreete.
Fobruary 14
THE
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY,
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
OONNEOTIOITS
WITH ALL
RAILROADS THROUGHOUT,
THE
IJNIT?D_STATES.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight.
Money, and Yalnabies.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER.
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
CHARGE.
?aRa.? -?fiL.- _C%/1 V_? JZj,
SUPERINTENDENT.
April as
TAB BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTION
TO
The Edisto and Ashley Canal Company
ABE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OF ME88B8. ?TOO.
S. BIGGS k CO., corner Broad and East Bay.
SHARES, ONE HUNDBED DOLLAB8 EACH, payable
In monihly Instalments of FIVE DOLLABS PEE SHABE.
Apply to J. RAVENEL MACBETH,
April 12 Secretary and Treasurer.
MAGNIFICENT PRIZES
AT
"L ACRIOLLA,*
No. 342 KING-STREET.
TO BE BAFFLED A? SOON A8 THE CHANCES AB)
all taken, TWO IMPORTED SUPERB MEEB
SCHAUM PIPES, valued at ,150. Seventy-nv* chance
at $3 per chance. The highest throw takes the cholo
of Pipes?the.loweit throw the remalnlns; one. Chance
not secured until paid for. JOSE JARA,
April ?0 - _ Proprietor.
8,
ELWELL'S HOES.
mHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIVING BY TH
JL Bark EUREKA, direct from Liverpool, a full sn]
ply of
ELWELL'S STRONG CAROLINA HOES, 0. 9>? AND 1
INCHES.
ALSO,
Tust received by the Bark 8. MORTON, from Liverpor,
BRADB'B PATENT AND CROWN HOES.
Traoe Chains, Hook*, and Slopes.
Brade's and ?Jrlffln'a English Scythes.
Grain Boythea and Cradles.
Stock-Locks, Pad-Locks, an-) a xnU stock of
ENGLISH HARDWARE.
COWLAM GRAVELEY,
63 East Bay, 8outh of the old Poitofflce.
April 33 . _
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BE
?6IUMRAL WAREII0US1
AND
SEED STORE.
No. 173EA8T B.A.Y
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGI
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
8AW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GBB
MILLS, always on hand.
Agenta for ARCH AMRATJLT'S STEAM ENGINE, a
INGEBSOLL'8 PATENT COTTON PBE8& April ?
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MRS. WINSLOW,
An experienced Norse and Female Physieia
Presonta to the attention of Mothers her
Soothing Syrup
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the procesa of Teething,
softening the gnms, reinclng all Inflammations, v
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and is
SORE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS
Depend npon it, mothers, It will gire rest to yourselv
and
Belief and Health to Your Infau
We have pnt np and sold this article for o vor th!
years, and can say In confldsnoe and truth of it what
have never been able to say of a"? other medioln
NEVER HAS IT FAILED XN A SINGLE INSTANCE
EFFECT A CUBE, when timely need. Never did
know of an Instance of dlasatlsfaotion by any one v
nsed It On the contrary, all are delighted with its o
rations, and apeak In terms of commendation of
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In t
matter ''what -we do know," after thirty years' ei
r?anos, and PLEDGE ODB8ELVE8 FOB THE FULF
KENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE. In alir
evory instance where the Infant la suffering from ,
and exhaustion, relief will hi found In fifteen or twe
minutes after the eyrnp Is administered.
Full dlrocUoDB for nslng will aooompany each bo1
None genuine nnless the foe tinilt of CURTIS k P!
KINS, New York, is on the outalde wrapper.
Bold by all druggists throughout the world.
Prie? only 35 Canta per llottlo.
For sale by
KIN? & CASSIDEY,
February 33 Amo Oharlesto
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PEBUVIAN 6??ANI
TO ARRIVE.
nff. TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO Di
| O expected per sehr. "F. ?. Smith," and for i
to arrive, by HENRY OOBIA k CO.,
April 30_ No. 36 Vendue Bta
R00PIN? AND TIN PLATE
CA/k BOXES 10 BOOFING PLATES, E
100 boxes 10 and LX Bright Tin, beat charcoaL
For sals by T. TUPPEB k BOMB,
1 April?*? Brown's Whi
PRIVATE SALES.
Il Y IU>W lilts ?* ? 8ILCOX.
At Private Sale?
TUo HOUSE AND LOT at tho corner of Smith and
Itaecllffo streets, and tlio small HOITSE adjoining ?n
Smith-street, together with the contents of tho Storo,
which Is well supplied with a good stock of Qrocorlcs,
and a Bar-Room and Liquors, Ac. Tho lot luoasures
116 foot det-p on Smith-street, 112 feet on west lino, by
St foot wide. ? ho House at tho corner contains h largo
Storo on front, back room used for tho bar, turro roomn
up stairs, with plasza on tho west ?Ido. Tho small
House on Smith-street contalus two largo rooms, ouo up
and ono down.
For further particulars and terms, apply as above, at
No. 137 MEETING-BTREET,
April 28 stutb.1_Oppoalte tho Markot.
Desirable Real Estate at Private Sale.
BY A. J. ISA LIN AH.
At Private Sale?
That eligibly locatod TWO AND A HALF
STORY WOODEN RESIDENCE, situated on tho
west sido of Anson-strcot, oppoilto to Laurens
stteot, containing six. square rooms, the base
ment of which can, with Very small expi?se, bo oon
vertel into five pleasant rooms. Tho Lot la Urge, mra
surlng In front eighty-five (85) feet, by two hundred and
thirty (230) in depth, moro or loss, upon which Is a sub
stantial Rrick Kitchen of four rooms, Oarriago House,
Stables and other Outbuildings, and au ?relient well of
water and capacious Cistern. The r? ar of the Lot is laid
out aB a vegetable garden. The immediate vlolnity of
this property to business marts, routiers it desirable as
a rceldouce or as an investment,
ALSO,
That neat andple&santly located RRICK RESIDENCE,
situated on the northeast corner of Coming and Oreen
streets (recently put In complote repair), containing four
aqnaro and two comfortable attlo looms. The lot mea
sures Ihirty.scvcn feet (37 foot) trout on Coming-street,
by ? feet in deptb, upon which is a Kitchen containing
two rooms, and other necessary Outbuildings, Cis
tern, .'?o.
ALSO,
That desirably located THREE AND A HALF STOR?
BUILDING, on tho east aide of Klng-stratt, No. ?,
belog the fifth houso north of Hud son-street, contain
lng right large rooms, tho lowor room now occupied aa
an office, aud entirety separate from the residence?can,
with very littlo oxpense, bo converted into a hand
some store. Tho Lot messnres thirty-three feet sli
inches on King-street, by two hundred and seven feet
in depth, more or Iocs, and upon which are spacloue
Outbuildings. This property is susceptible of great im
provement at a small cost, and offers a rare opportunity
for investment.
ALSO,
THAT DESIRABLY LOCATED 2>i STORY WOODETS
HOUSE, situated on the south side of Queen-streot, seo
ond house west of East Bay, containing six rooms, th<
lower portion now occupied as a Btoro. Tho lot meas
ures twenty-six feet six Inches on Queen-Btreot, by sev
enty-flvo foet in depth,more or loss, -i his being an excel
lent stand for business, and tho rapidly advancing ten
dency of property in tuts vicinity, renders this an oxcel
lent opportunity for investment.
ALSO,
THAT DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED IVi BTORi
WOODEN RESIDENCE, situated on the north side o
Lamboll-streot, 2d door went of Leg are -b treet, with largi
piazza to the south,and recently put in thorough repair
containing ? rooms. The lot Is very large, messiirlni
? feet In front on Lamboll street by ? feet in depth
upon which is a large Kitchen, Carriage House, om
other outbuildings. The hoalthfulneBS and respectabil
ity of this location renders it highly desirable as a real
donee.
The above described property will positively bo sold
For further particulars and terms, which will bemad
accommodating, apply as above, to
NOS. 21 AND 23 VENDUE RANGE.
April 20
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A pleasant RE9IEEN0E. in Hey ward's Court, No. '.
House contains five rooms, and has ample servants' at
commodations, with a fino well of water-, lot measure
?0 by 80 feet. 3 April 26
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM PAN ?
RMfe
OENEHAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CiiAiiLESTOH, S. C, April 23, I860. )
THE WEEKLY PASt-ENGER AND FREIGHT THAI
upon tho Oamden Branch of this Road will leat
Klngviuo every Wednesday after the arrival of the uj
Passenger Train, commencing on Wednesday, 2d <
May. ltoturniug. will leave head of Camden Ro?
every Thursday [Morning in true to connect, at Klni
ville, with the Train for Charleston.
Freight for above Road will only be received on Me
days. H. T. PEAKE,
April25 6 General Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFIOE, )
CinviiLEUTOM, 8. O., April 6th, 18M. )
O
N AND AFTER APRIL 8TH, 1866, THE PASSE
GER Trains will leave and arrive, aa follows, via:
Leave Charleston at.7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.(LOO P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.*>.H0 P. M.
Leave Augusta at.6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia at.6.46 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..a.00 P. M.
H. T. PEAKE,
April 6 General Superintendent
CHARLKSTON AND SAVANNAH RAH
BOAD COMPANY?
3T
OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT, 1
CtlAB.LV.BTON k SAVANNAH RAILROAD COUPAN?,
Charleston, B. O., April 28. 1866. )
ON THURSDAY. THE 26th INSTANT, THIS RO
will be opened to Whitehall, foriy-three ml
from Charleston. On and after that date, the ached
of the Passenger Train will be as follows :
Leave Mill-street Depot, in Charleston, Tnesdt
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6.30 A. M. ; arrive at Chai!
ton same day at 6 30 P. M.
Until arrangements are made for storing Freight
Green Pond and Whitehall, consign?es at those statii
will be required to recelvo their freight upon the arrl
of the Train. M. a HAINES,
April 24 tuthsS Engineer and Superintenden
SOHfGDUlaK OV SPARTANBURO AN1
UNION RAILROAD.
O1
N AND AFTER THUR8DAY, THE 22drN8T.,T
trains will leave Spartanbnrg O. H. on Tuesdi
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6 A. M., and reach Shel
at 9.40 A. M.
Returning, leave Shelton at 3 P. M. and arrive at 8?
tanburg C. H. at 7.80 P. M.
Passengers can now go through to Columbia in
day and return in one day?stages, hacks and wag
connooting between the two roads.
THOMAS B. .JETER.
President Spartanburg and Union Rallroa<
Ucionvlll. 8. C, March 20,1866.
March 24 tuth82n
BDISTO AND ASHLEY CANAL COMPA1
OFFIOE EDI8TO k ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY,
On -?iii.ehtok, 8. C, March 10.1866.
BY ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, PASSED AT
hut session, the EDIBTO AND ASHLEY OA?
COMPANY received permission to increase their cat
from One Hundred Thousand (f 100,000) Dollars to Ti
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars, in Shares of
Hundred ($100) Dollars each.
The publlo are hereby informed that the books,
subscription to the additional Stock, will ba open f
0 A. M. to 2 P. M. daily, at the office of Messrs. JC
S. RIGGS k CO., corner Broad-street and East Bay.
Stock subscribed for to be paid for by a monthly in
ment of of Five ($S) Dollars on each aud every 8hM
3. RAVKNEL MAOBETH,
8ecretrry aud Trensnr?
P. 8. ''Carolina Times" oopy and send bill to
Office. March
ILY
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St.
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THE CAROLINA TIMBJK,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, ATORAS
BURG O. H., 8. C, by THAD. C. ANDRE
The only paper published In tho rich one! tlonrlsl
District of Orsngeburg, 8. O. ClrouIaUon of the P
extensive and rapidly increasing.
SUBSCRIPTION.
Weekly Paper?one year.I
Weekly Paper?six month.
Weekly Paper?throe months. .:.-:-?..*,
To clubs of ten or more the Psper will be snppll
%i per year for each copy. _,,,?.
To clubs of twenty or moro the Paper -will be sup
at $9 per year for each copy.
CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS.
One square?one month............%
One square?two months.
One square?three months......
One square?six months..
Om sanare?twelve months..?.
7* DISCOUNTS.
Twenty-five per cent discount allowed on adve*
meats of tthree squares or over.
Thirty-throe per cent, discount allowed on adve
menta of half column or over,
fifty p?r cent, discount allowed on adverUtcJuei
one column or over.
Terms cash.
JJ5GABK * ANDI1EW8?
fdArohlS Prcpriet
AUCTION SALES.
A Ia>1 of Sundries.
BY (JAHUIKl, DcWITT.
TH18 DAY, 28th Irast., at half-punt lo o'clock A. M..at
atoro No. C61 King-street, will bo ?old, A LOT OB"
CONR1BTINO O?* :
HOOK8 AND EYKH. FINE COMBS
Bracelets, Watch Chains, Pipen
Knives and Forks, ar.il Clothing.
ALSO.
A BMALL LOT OF COW PF.A8. April 38
Damaged Cotton.
BY UK.NKY ft ?HI A tat CO.
On MONDAY, 80th inst, at 10 oV-lock, will bo sold bo
foro our storo. No 26 Vonduo Haueo '
6 bales DAMAGED COTTON, '
To ho sold for account of all cod cerned
Terme caab._* AprU n
Sloop at Auction.
nY LAVREY A ALEXANDER,
On MONDAY, the 30th luttant,-?ill be ?old at tho foot
of Latuens-street, at 11 o'clock,
Tho SLOOP-. 8ho carries 400 bushels Rougis
Rice. Having been recently overhauled, she is in com?
pi?.to order.
Conditions cash. AprU 38
Sails.
BY Mr,KAY **?* CAMPBELL,.
On MONDAY, 30th inst., will bo sold, on North Atlantic
Wharf, at 11 o'clock,
1 SQUARE FORESAIL
1 Gaff Topsail
1 Jib Pail
1 Honn Staysail
1 Foretop Staysail
1 Topmast HtiuUllug Hall
1 Suit Boat Sails.
CondltioDa cash. April 27
Underwriter's Sale.
BY COU UN, HAKCKEL. & CO.
On TUESDAY, May 1st, at 10 o'clock, will bo sol?), on
Vanderhorst's Wharf,
About 1000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, damagod on
voyago of Importation. April g|
Damaged Tin.
BY -J- A. KIVSLOW * CO.
Will bo uM at Publlo Auction ou TUESDAY nozt, 1st
May, at 11 o'clock, at the Store corner Brown'a Wliaxl
and Prtoleau-atreet,
180 boxes TIN.
Damaged on board the bark Orion, from Liverpool,
and Bold (or account of the Underwriters and all coiv.
cerned. April 28
Wreck Sale.
BY J. A. KNSL.OW At CO.
On WEDNESDAY next, 3d May, will be sold, at publie
auction at the north sido of the old Custom House,
East Bay, at 11 o'clock,
THE BOILER of the steamer "General Hooker, "an
It now lies on 8ulllvan'n Island beach. Tho Boiler Is
two year? old and In good order. Size?32 feet long, 8
feotin d<ameter.
ALSO.
THE ENGINE of laid steamer, as it now lies on said
beach, In detached parts. It la two years old, built at
Fast Boston, by McKay k Aldus, 28 in. cylinder, 1)i
feet stroke.
AUK).
Throe AN0HOR3 AND CHAINS and ono Iron Water
Tonk.
AND
THE HULL of said steamer, as it may be found; and
one tqnare-sterned Yawl Boat.
By order of F. G. COFFIN,
April 2d thsmwa Underwriters' Agent.
Underwriters' Sale. Mari?t*.
BY COHEN, HANCKKL At CO.
On WEDNESDAY, May 3, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at
tbe corner or Boyco k Co.'? Wharf and East Bay, far
account of Underwriters and : 11 concerned,
60 bales GUNNY CLOTH,
Damaged on board schooner Wlckopee, on voyage of Im?
portatlOD. AprU 28
Utlderwriters, Sale.
BY COU UN, IlAKCKKL At CO.
On WEDNESDAY, May 3, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold at
tbecornar of Boyco k Co.'s Wharf and East Bay, fas
account of Underwriters and all concerned,
68 ooIIb MANILLA ROPE, 3>? to 3*. inches
2t coila Manilla Hemp Rope, 1 >, to 2 inches
33 colls Manilla Bale Strand
60 coils Italian Hemp Baling Strand
1 coll Amorican Hemp Baling Strand
1 ooll Juten Baling Rope
1 coll 834-Inch Russia Bolt Bope
1 coil 32-,-iuoh Tarred Bueaian Cordage
1 coll Baling Wire
13 bales Hemp Baling Twine,
Damaged on board schooner Wlckopee, on voyage c
Importation. * April 38
BY MI1.UOAN, MHL.CI) KIIH Si CO.
On WEDNESDAY, May 3, at 11 o'clock, on Brown'tv
Wharf, we will sell,
3 OYMNDER BOILERS, 10 feet 0 Inches long, 38 tacho?
diameter, with two 13 Inch flue? eaoh
2 Stationary Engines
7 old 18 and 32 pounders English Guns
1 lot YeUow Metal
1 lot Wrcught Iron
1 lot Cast Iron
1 lot Anchors
1 lot Chains, ato., Ac
AlaW
1 lot BRA88 and COPPER
1 lot Wrought and Oast Iron
1 lot Chains, Ac, on Accommodation Wharf.
Terms cash. April 34
sale: of government property.
W1U be sold, at Publlo Auction, at 10 o'clock A. M., em
WEDNESDAY, May 23d, 188(1, ai Seabrook, near Hilter?
Head, B. ft, under the direction of Captain CHARLES
BARNARD, Assistant Quartorma.ter, the fouowln
property, via:
STEAMER "CHASSEUR," as she lays on the beach.
Two Boilers, taken from the steamship "Wtanol?
Scott."
Terms caah, in Government fu?as.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaater,
April 18 1 epartment South Carolina.
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BALE OK GOVERNMENT MACHINERY?
Will bo sold, at Public Auction, at 12 o'clock M., esa
WEDNESDAY, May 38, 1866, at the Army Machino
Shops, on St. Helena Island, opposite Hilton Head, 8?
a., under the direction of Capt CHARLES BARNARD
Assistant Quartermaster,
THE FOLDOW1NG PUBLIC PROPERTY, via :
One HORIZONTAL ENGINE, 30 inch stroke, 18 it???
cylinder
One Horizontal Engine, 30 Inch cylinder
One Locomotive Boiler
One Steam Boiler Heater
Parts of two Engines, 8 inch cylinder
One Blower Engine, cylinder
Two Double Hoisting Engines
One Old Boiler
Two Saw Mill Carriages
Lot of Old Machinery
Two Hand RaUread Cars
Two Iron Pilot BouseB
One set of Rollers for Boiler Iron
One Power Punch
Mi 81ido Lathes, one 10 inch swing, two 30 inch, tww
19 inch, and one 18 inch
One Bolt Cutter
One Planing Machine, 9 foot bed, 82 inch upright
One Upright Drill
One Fire Engine
Two Cupolas
One Wooden Planer
Three Steam Pumps
One Brass Furnace
Six Iron Ladles
One Jig Saw and Table
One R R. Splitting Saw Table
Ono Pattern Makers' Lathe
One Morticing Machine
Ono Foundry Crane
One hundred Iron Boiler Castings
Two Pile Drivers
One Furnace Cupola
Ono Timber Truck
Fifteen thousand Bricks
One lot Patterns.
aUwfld.
THE FOLLOWING WOODEN BUILDINGS :
One 100 feet long, 38 feet wide, B.'acksmUhs' 8hoa>
containing nine Briok Forges, with Bellows, complet?
one 64x38; one 10x10; one 24x12; one 10x31; one. two
stories, 129x28; three 20x20; one 12x12; two36x18; three
26x13; one 30x19; on? 110x26; one 360x30; one 33x33
one2ix20; one 13x8; one lt-xl2;ono 169x30; one 116x6?
two stories, with loft.
Terms oath In Government fonds.
0. W. THOMAS,
Bv't Lt Ool. and Chief Quartermaster Dep't B. O.
April 19_
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HALE OP GOVERNMENT PROPERTY,
Will be sold, at Publlo Auction, at the Govemme?
Btore House, on South Commercial Wharf, Oharlestos?,
8. O., at 13 o'olook M., on FRIDAY, May 36th, 18?. ?
large quantity of Government property from the Asv
my Machino Shops on St Helena Island, cot s ?Ming
of:
BOILER IRON, OAST STEEL, Bar and Sheet OopptsT
Zlno, Spelter, Sheet Lead, YeUow Metal, Thurb?rr
Metal, Paints. Chain, Screws, Boiler Tubes, BoQe
Blvete, Don Pipe, Ooppor Nails, Finishing Nails, Oata
Dositlon Nails. Spikes, Nails, Copper Tacks, Belting, .
Bolts, Wire, Hinges, Oars, Saws, Rope, Oakum, Sheet??
tag Paper, Coal Tar,Spun Yarn, Pitch, Rosin, Oharooal,
Fire Bricks, Hote and Couplings, Clamps for Boiler
Iron, Screw Ponches, Pipe Cutter?, Blowers, Pet lamps?
Oil Can?, Crucibles, Faucets, Squirt Cans, Gang Saws,
Cape Ian a, Woodward Steam Pumps, Expanders, Hydras*
lio Jacks. Anchors, Steam Gauges, Globo Valves, Check
Valves, Gongs, Ibt-nuometeis, Steam Whistles, Crow
Bars, hyringee, Spirit Level Bulbs, Lamps, Sails, XBodkaV
Boat Hooks, Compaaaet, Life Preservers, Cork FesdetrS,,
Vsok Scrows, Tube Brashes, Iron Tanks, Stoves, Start?
Grates, Beuovrs, Portable Forgis, Platfoim flealsav
Grindstone, Moulding Flasks, Shovels, Spades, Blaekw
amlth's Tools, Plumber's Tool?, Carpenter's Tool?.
OatalofroesconUlnlngaroUllstof the artioleo to to
sold can bo obtained In a few days upon applicattosa te -
the Quartermasters at Oh arle a ton and Hilton Head, ft.
O., and Savtmnah and Augusta, Oa.
Terrnj cash in Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lieut-cnant-Oolonel an? chief Qu?*rt?rmaatsr,
Asia 19 Department South Oaxolla*aV

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