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CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHO ART, EDIT an.
?CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
IO NEWS DKALER8.3 cent?
LAKGESi CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY.
?rTHE H.I8T OF LB-"TICKS re
xxxaininR in- trie _?oatol-oe at trie end
of euc- -weolc is pnblisnetl oflioiully
in THB1 DAILY NEWS every Fri
Tbo number of pariions granted by tbo Prosldont.
slnco April 13, for political offences, is officially reported
In Pateraon, N. J., tbo locomotivo Bhopa aro busy.
In ono or tb.4 shop* tlioy oxpoct to turn out cloven loco
motives ouch month for tbo nott three months.
The Unito1 Btatos ExpiOBB Mossonger'a safo on the
Eastern bound train on tho Paclnc Railroad Mo., was
robbed a-iout tbrco o'clock Friday morning, botween
Loo's Sum-nit and Ploasant Hill, of ?bout $1G,000.
AdviceB from Texas ?tate that tbo Grand Jnry of Oam
eron County bavo indict?- ex-MaJor-General HP.UIION,
ot the Uni tod States army, for kidnapping and deliver
ing to General COSTINAS a suspected Imperialist, who
?was subsequently shot by COBTINAS' order.
A serious proposition has been mado to Head Oentre
STEPHENS to unite with SANTA ASNA, for tho purpose
of fouudlng an Irish Republic in Moxico. Tho Canada
canillarles are to be solved beforo tbe original proposi
tion Is demonstrated.
A gigantic cotton factory, called the . "Manassas"
manufactory, bas been built at Carrollton, Miss. le
contains 180,009 spindlos, 1800 looms, and goos into
operation July 1. The stock now stands IS por cent,
Advices from Moxico state that OOBTINAS suffered a
complete defeat on tbo 27th of April at Palito Blanco.
Several Amoricans aro reported to bo among tbo killed.
It is also reported that the Juarists were repulsed In an
attack on Bcatillan. Several other engagements have
occurred^ all said to be in favor of tbo French.
Wo notice among the indictments presented by the
United States Dlstriot Court of Alabama was ODO against
f MOBsrs. E. H. METOA?P and W. T. HATOHETT for issuing
fractional currency billa. They wore required to fur
nish recognizance in the sum of $2000 each for each two
Parties from the North are to put up flvo hu ndrod
neat dwelling houses at Newport News. Newport New?
waa for a long ?Imo an important point during military
;. operatltlons on the P?sn?nsula. It is at tho junction of
James River and Hampton Roads, and was the scene o f
the oDgagemont b?. tween the Merrimac, the frigates
Cumberland and Congrus.
President JOHNSON has remlttod $700 of a fine of
$800Imposed upon NICHOLAS O'DAN-L, ot Kentucky,
convicted ot a violation of tho United States Intora al
BeVenno laws. It waa shown in tho evidence submit
ted to the Executive that O'DANIEL ia a poor and an -
educated man, and had violated the law through igno
rance, and Dot with criminal intent.
It ia announced that a stream of gold has been found
in the Vermilion region, varying In alzo from a ' email
grain to uuggots aa largo as a seed of pearl barley. In
consequence of tho alleged discovery, tho majority of
the holders of Quartz veins are oxplpring the beds of
tbe various creeks and streams, and hunting up wash
A verdict of ifll,6lfl 07 wa? rondered Monday in the
Conrtof Oommon Pleas, Now York, against tho Camdon
and Amboy Railroad Company, ina suit brought by
a Mr. LAUB and others to recover the valuo of cotton
received by defendants as common carriers, and burned
at their wharf in that city before it was-dellvored to the
WABN-t, of New Orleans, whose photograph gallery
was burned on May 12th, and whict? waa hoavily insur
ed, was, with bia wife, after a lengthy investigation at
the demand of the insurance com oanlcs by the Aro in
spector, committed for argon. Twice previously Mr,
WABNBJI had baen burnt oat, each timo heavily in
There Is a project on foot among the Israelites of the
United States to build a. magnificent college, for the
purpose of educating the young men professing that
faith in all the scientific and classical branches, but par
ticularly in Jewish theology. Hitherto tho Jows have
had to send their children designed for the ministry to
the continent for education.
A heavy storm passed over the country in the vicinity
of Griffin, Ga., on Tuesday last, doing great injury to
the growing crops. On one plantation all the buildings
vere blown down, and all the horses killed. On an
other, two negroes were killed, and tho owner seriously
injured. The wheat crops along tho Uno of the tornado
were completely prostrated and rained.
A rencontre occurred In Thomasvillo, Ga., on Thurs
day last, between THOMAS J. LIOHTFOOT and O. O. RICH
ARDSON, daring which pistola and knives were freely
used and both parties severely, if hot mortally, wound
ed. KICHAUDPON, a few months' since, waa'agent of the
Freedmen's Bureau at that place, but was admitted to
the bar by Judge HANBELL at the court at Valdosta on
A report has reached St Joseph, Mo., from the Plains,
to the effect that the Indians latoly convened at Ash
Hollow have quarreled among themselves. Tomo
hundred of the young braves refused to yield to the
older members of the tribe, who favorod going to Lara
mlo to the great peaoe treaty, and painted for the war
path. Whereupon the wise heads surrounded the
youngsters, killed their horse?, burned thoir tents, and
. : killed one or two of the ringleaders, after which peace
?reigned among the gentle savages.
A Blinman official paperstatts that the Rabbinical Jews
in Russia possess six hundred and fifteen synagogues
and two thousand four hundred and thlrty-flvo orato
rios, to whioh 5100 religions officials aro attached. The
?Caraltes, who are only to bs met with in flvo Govern.
monts, havo fourteen synagogues and forty-six religious
officials. Of 6,336,001) souls, composing the population
of Poland, the Jews are abovo 700,000, II per cent, on
the whole. In many ot tho towan the Jewish popula
tion preponderate, but fow Jews aro found In the ruraj
In the United States District Court .at Montgomery,
on Monday, an indictment for treason was road against
Judge WM. G. JONXS. The Indictment sot forth that the
accused did, In December, I860, in connection with JEF
re_ON DAVIS, JUDAH P. BENJAMIN, and divers othora,
conepir?) to obstruct tho execution of the law? of the
United States, and attempt to ovorthrow eaid Govern
ment by inciting to and organizing armprt t<SS!***ndt
and insurrection, ko. Other indictments were also
found for conspiracy, and a trae bill was also found
against G. W. GAYLE, T. 8. OABBWEIX and J. A. Wpaxs,
for complicity in the assassination of A. LINCOLN .
gar AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Baily News, No. l8 Hoyne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications io Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of Hie city must be accompa
nied roith the cash.
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 18C6.
A WILLING WITNESS.
Wo yesterday presoutod a Bynop?ia of the Ro
port of tho Reconstruction Cotnmittoo. Wo inci
dentally rofcrrod to tho cbaractor of tho "factB"
which Io?! to the adoption of Ihis Report, and to
tho mannor in which tliOBO "facts" woro obtained.
Our papers have, from timo to timo, publiBhod
reporta of tho catechetical exorcises held under
tho auspices of this Committee. Gen. LEE, EX
Vico-Prosidont STEPHENS, Judge SUAUKEY, and
other distinguished Confederate leadors, woro put
to tho question, and houos ly answered according
to truth and tho dictatOBof thoir consionco. Thoir
testimony, however, hadno woight; it was not tho
articlo wantod. The Cotnmittoo poraoverod, and
in courso of timo woro completely, triumphantly
successful, in procuring tho vory "facta" they
woro in search of, and from a distinguished South
ern ox-Confedorato. Whit could bo fairor on their
part, than to draw the logical inference from such
But who waa this distinguished ox-Confedorato?
And what are tho "facts" furnished by him be
fore this Inquisition? Tho following extract from
I a rccont Cincinnati papor will answer tboBO ques
Among tho most important ovidence taken by
the Congressional Reconstruction Committee is
that of Oapt. T. Mackey. The witnoBa ?B a nativo
of CharloBton, S. 0., and a resident of Shreveport,
La. Ho was Chiof Ett?iuoor of the rebol frans
Mississippi Department during the war, and sur
rendered on tho 27th of May, 18G5, being at the
timo a member of Qon. Price s stuff. A month or
two later ho was appointed Provost Marshal of
Lowan, and the adjoining counties of ToxaB. He
entered energetically upon bia duties, and seems
to have acted in all respects as a loyal officer
should. Ho says ho found tho gonoral sentiment
of the peoplo to bo notonly opposed to tho Govern
ment of the United States, but bittorly antagonis
tic to all who declared thomselvcs as willing to act
in good faith toward the Government-tho good
faith to tho Government, in the judgment of tho
people at largo in Texas, meauB, ba?4 faith to tho
Now, boforo wo proceed any further wi th the
Captain's testimony, it may uot bo unprofitable to
examine into bia competency as a witness in the
oaae. The internal ovidonoo contained in tho
foregoing paragraph is in itself very damaging to
tho character and credibility of the witness. Ho
surrendered as a member of Gen. PKICE'S staff,
May 27,1865, and "a month or two lator was ap
pointed Provost Marshal of Lowan, and the ad-?
joiuing countieB of Texas;" (under Federal author
ity, be it understood). This is tho first and only
case on record, as far as our knowledge extends,
of a Confederate officer being elevated to the dig
nities|of aPederal command; and that.too,within a
month or two of his surrender and parole 1 . Capt.
MACKEY evidently fouud it m easy to change his
allegiance, and swallow all the necessary oaths, as
to doff his woathor-boiten grey, and don the now
and shining bitte. Hippy he with conscience so
But wo never before knew that this species of
"easy" conscience formed a commendable qualifi
cation in the character of a witnohs. Trntb, wo
boliovo, is supposed to be the cardinal requisite
for a proper discharge of this fonction. But what
regard for truth can bo imputed to him, who, by
bia words and actions, givos the Ho to-day to what
he said and did only four weeks ago? Wo, of
courso, have no reference, to his surrender, nor to
his takiug the oath of allegience, and acting up to
all its requirements. But why Provost Marshal?
Another TITOS OATES, he nt once nota out with
his nowly ncquirod pone to arrest parties who, he
alleges, had made themselves specially obnoxious
to the Union cause during the war.
Now, let us euppoeo tho "facts" given by Oapt.
MACKEY all in accordance with truth; that resist
ance waB made to his authority; that he did find
the people inimical to the loyal cause [be it borne
iu mind, he ia the representative of the United
States]; can we not very readily account for it all,
on the most ordinary principles of human nature?
The gallant Captain was known to all these people
as a i stinguished Confodorato officer. True, be
was not Chief Engineer of tho Trans-MisBissippi,
as he states; but that is no matter. With the most
brazen-faced shameleesness he changes his coat,
and sots out to instituto an inquisition into tho
disloyal aots of thoso peoplo-which acts, if snob
there were, came to his kuowledge by reason of
bia late association with them.
What must we style Captain MACKEY? A double
traitor? Did he enter the Confederate cause
against hie convictions, and then by his rapid
conversion to the United States Provost Marshal's
omeo forswear his lato sentiments? Shall we call
him a Bpy? Or ?B he simply to bo rogardod in. the
cbaractor of State's evidence? All these deduc
tions arfffrom the in tur util ?vidence contained in
his testimony. But, fortunately, wo are not re
stricted to these. The previous character of a
wituoss is an important factor as regards the cre
dibility of his testimony ; and as Captain MACKEY
is blazoned abroadas a native of Charleston, S. C,
it is reasonable to suppoao that his early con tem
poraries know something of his antecedents.
TROUBLES IN THE WEST.
Wo loam from our Western exohanges that, in
a recent tour made by Geo. BLAIR through the
Btato of Missouri, for the purpose of presenting
the President's policy to the poop lo, he was con
tinually insulted, and his audiences attacked and
disturbed by rowdies, set On thereto., and counte
nanced by the Radical offioials, who now control
that State. In several instances fights occurred,
knives and firearms were freely used, and lives
woro lost, The Radical plugs were the attacking
party in every instance, and if tho slightest resist
ance was offsrod to thoir violence, the party re
sisting was arrosted, while the roai infractora or
the peaco were allowed to go scot free.
Straws show which way tho wind blows, and
thoso fact? indicaic strongly that the Radicals are
determined to risk4 a civil war rather than part
with the power obtained by the Inauguration of a
civil war. Wo are still further convinood of this
determination on their part by the information
that the Sheriffs of Missouri are gradually collect
ing around them a standing posse, who are kopt
constantly paid, and are composed ot the worst
characters of the community. For what purpose
such an unnsnal measure, save to enable the
powers that be to hold their places against the
will of tho respectable masses of the population?
AliADY WITH A GOOD SOPIliVIIU VOICE !
desires a SltnaUon to ?INQ IN CHOIR of one of I
tim Churches In this City. Address M?as 0. JB., through
Post?nico, and atato terms. 8 June 13
WANTED, A SITUATION AS NUU8E, AND
is willing to mako herself generally useful. Ap
ply second door from Wolf on Mooting strbot, No. 349.
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO WASH
and IKON lora family, and to make horsoU
gonoraliy usofu). Itecozumoodatlon? requlrod as to ca
pability and character. Apply at No. 3 CHURCH
tJTREET. betweou 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Juno 13_ A
WANT8D, A 8TOU.li? ON KINO 8TK.EKT,
botweon Llborty and Market streets. Address
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
May 28 mw Pavilion Hotel.
WANTED, A CAPABLE WOMAN TO DO
tho cooking and washing for a small family. Libo
ral wages will bo given. Apply at No. 28 BOLL
8TREET, second ?loor from corner Smith.
Juno 12 3
WANTED TO HIRE, A PIHST-KATE
l OLORED WOMAN to do tho cooking, also one
to wash and Iron, for a private family. None need ap
ply unless they can como well recoinmondod, at No. 290
MEETING-STREET, near ColumbUB.
Juno 12_ 3*
WANTED, DISCH.UIGED AND DIS
ABLED Soldier? and Pallors, and all persons do
sirlng proUtablo and Ifbcorablo employment, to act OH
AOENT8 for tho GOLDEN PACKAGE, i ivo dollar? por
day can be made. _0_Juno 6
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, in any capacity.
I? s good bookkeeper, and willing to mako blmsolt uso
ful In any business. BoBt of roferonces furnished.
Addreis NERO, Glass Box No. IG, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE -WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some rospoctoble family, oithor
a? Oook or as a Washer and Ironor. She would be w11
ling, also, to mako herself generally usoful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST UAY, or at the Offices of tho Baily Nows
and Oourior. Ma; 28
WANTED, BV A YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
TION In nomo Wholesale or Retail Dry Good? or
Grocery house; has some knowlodge of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowhdge of the Grocory Business, hav
ing been in tbat businoss on his own account. He will
Blady tho Interest of his employer, and is willing to
make himself gcnorally useful. Salary no object. Beal
of references furnished. Address "P." through tho
PoBtouico, or apply at this o01 co. ?_(Juno 11
WANTED.-A MIDDLE AGED MAN IS
desirous of obtaining a situation of any descrip
tion requiring the ?xporionco of a business capacity; is
capable of keeping a sot of Book?, and corresponding for
any EBtatili?hment, or assisting tho Editorial Depart
ment of a Nowspipor, or would Uko to bo engaged to
writo articles on any given subject. Has a large ac
quaintance both in tho country and city. Alto under
stands tho cultivation of Rice and Cotton, and the
manogoment of frcodmon, Apply at this office.
WANTED, 50,000 AGENTS, TO ENGAGE
in a light, usoful and permanent employment
Business entirely new. No Jewelry or aganoy humbug.
$200 to $600 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, malo and fomalo, having a few hoars dally to
spare, should send for particulars.'
Address, with stamp, G. W. JA0E80N & CO.,
Post?nico Box No. 1318, Baltimore, Md.
MH.LWl.iGHT.- A COMPETENT AND
responsible MILLWRIGHT is wanted to put up.
in Ko re how District, a SAW MILL, GRUT MILL and
COTTON GIN8, to bo run by water power.
The best of references will be required.
A GARDENER ia wanted. Apply to
LOUIS D. DzSAUBSURE,
Jnno 11 mwfS No. 23 Broad street.
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROP. B. I. ?AHNEY, D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIO?BAPHY OF THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized by his
widow. The author a personal friend and Chief of
Staff of tho Christian Soldier. Carefully revised and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. We want an Agent in
every county. Send for circular? and sea our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
No. 214 Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
May 28 Imo*
~~ FOB SALE.
FOR BALE, SEVEN WELL BROKE
MULES, young; one fine saddle and draught
HORSE. Apply at SPRIOOS' STABLES. Jnno 13
FOR SALE, ONE HORSE, H ARNESS AND
BU?..Y. Apply at No. 01 Beaufaln-streot, corner
FOR SALE-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND- PRESS-Platen, 22J-?X27 lnohea; bed,
26l.,'x3l >-; Inches.
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 Inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22??x28>?
Inches; bed, 22x30 Inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22^x29 inches; bed, 20*
RWGGLES' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, IM.
or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this omeo.
TO BENT, &o.
TO RENT OR FOR SALE, A PEW IN THE
middle aisle in Grace Oburoh ; and to rent, a PEW
on tho north aisle ot St. Philip's church. Apply to
JAS. BANOROFT. Ja ,
Jnno 13_wf a_No. 90 Easl Bay.
TO RENT.-THAT DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE located at corner Meeting streotond Ligtt
wood Alley. Apply to JAMES R. PBTINGLE,
May 2? tilths No. 10 Adgor'u North Wharf.
FTtO RENT -THE DESIRABLE STORE
X No. 1S7 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tho premtse?. April l8
BOARDING- TWENTY-TWO ADDITIONAL
DAY BOARDERS will bo taken at No. ? Beau
faln-street. The fare 1? good. ? Mrs. LA VIH.
Jane 11 me?
PRIVATE BOARDING.- PERMANENT,
Transient, and Day Boarders can be handsomely
accommodated at,the southeast corner of Meeting and
Market street? Fine rooms and aooommodatlon for
famille?, at reasonable rate?. Imo Mav 28
THE SUB80RIBERS HAVE REMOVED FROM N09.
188.140 and 142 Meeting-street, to the Jorge and
commodious Store, No. 187 EAST BAY, opposite North
Atlantio Wharf, where their friend? can always find
them; and hope, by strict attention to business, they
will merit the continuance of their patronage, so libe
rally bestowed upon them as heretofore.
LAU BE? k ALEXANDER.
??-OUT-DOOR AUCTION BALKS ATTENDED TO
AB HERETOFORE. _IO_ June 11
HAB REMOVED TO SOUTH OORNEB MEETING
STREET and LADSON'S COURT.
E. M. WHITING,
OOROMEB Ax? MAGHTBATB,
HAS REMOVED HI? OFFICE TO NO. 84 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North aide, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doora oast of Meet
ing-street._ May 80
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED TO TBS
SOUTHWEST OOBNEH CHARLESTON HOTEL,
where he wonld bo glad to meet his old frltnda and oua
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN ?till superintend? the TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as usual. A. 8. HULL, Agent,
May 28 Draper and 1 ailor.
L08T, STOLEN, &o.
ftrr\ ?EWAHD-HT?LKN FROM MY
t}\J ?tobin ou Oakley Plantation.-l8 miles from
arleoton, on the >orthoostorn Railroad? on (he night
of the 18th aSMiLL" BLACK HOBBS MULE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shod and
pace?. I* ifty ?lollara rew .rd will be paid for the appro
heuslon of the Mole and the thief, or half of the amount
for tho return of (he Mulo. N. II. GUYTON.
HEPAIRINO. . fVf . * ..
REPAIRING OF BRICE WORK, P L A 8 T ? RI N O ,
WHITEWASHING, kc, promptly attended lo, cn
accommodating terms. II G. DUFFUS,
June 7 C No. 8 Wail street.
THE USUAL, MEETING WILL BE HBLD THIS
EVENING, when a final reading of tho Arrear List
will take placo, and deflulto action takon thereon.
By order. CAMPBELL DOUGLAS,
Juno IS 1 Secretary.
KBLIEF LOAW ASSOCIATION.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OB' THESUARKHOLD
EB8 will be held on Friday Evening, tho 16th inst.,
ai half-past 8 o'clock, when a ?ratoniont of tho condition
of tliB Association will be submitted, and an oltctlon
take place for a ProBldout and Four Directors to eorvo
for tho etmiinp year.
i ho Twenty-fifth Instalment will also bo disposed of,
and a few Bimi on will bo oflorcd for Bale.
Members can poy tholr arre?is previously to tho
meeting, at tho Ofllcu of tho Prosldent, No. 249 King
street. WILLIAM B. HERIOT,
Juno 13 3 PreBidont
COf>IJ>II?SION EUS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS
A MEETING OF THE COMMISIONERS OF PUB
LI?J BUILDINGS for thin District will bo held on
Saturday, loth instan', at 12 o clock M., ot the office of
the Secretary, No. 37 Broad street, up statis.
Punctual attendance requested, on business of impor
tance By ordor of the Chairman:
Juno 12 _L_V^J. TOBIAS. Sccrotary.
LANDMAUKLODUB, NO.7ft. A. 6>. l?I.
AN ?XTHA COMMUNICATION OP THIS LODGE
will be held at tho Masonic Hall, This Evening, at
By order of tho W. M.
V. J. .TOBIAS, Secretary.
Juno 13 1
ATTENTION, YOUNG AMKR.ICA.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY This Evening, at tho Charleston Engino
House, at 8 o'clock prcclsoly. All mombers are request
ed lo attend, as business of importance will be submit
ted. By ordor. 8IBLEY.
June 13 1 Secrotarypro tem.
N NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES, 8TOCK8, BOND8, kc.
GEO. W. WILLIAM8 k CO.,
Juno 0 wfin12 Hayno-Btroet.
rpHETIDE WILL SBKVE EVERY MORNING AND
JL evening this wock at Whlto Point Gardon Bathing
Hou??. ? P. KILROY,
Juno 12 5 Proprietor.
PATRONIZE SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE.
STOP AT NO. 69 MEETING-STRE??T, NEXT TO
Mills HouBe, and refresh yourself ?rith a glass of
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A CHOICE SELECTION
of STATIONERY, Blank Books. Law llljalu, Late Pub
lications, Periodicals, ko. BOINEST & BURKE.
Jane 13 wl B2
BOLTING OLOTH, IRON WIRE CLOTH. BRASS
WireCIo'h, Turpentine Tools, Counter Scales,
Plated Ice Pitcher?, 0 It'sand National Revolvers, Gun
Caps and Cartridges, Carpenters' Edge Tools, English
Bolts and 8ash Cord. MU? and Grindstones, Cotton
Sweeps and Reap Hooke, Nail? from 3d. Ano to 60d.
Blacksmith TooIs.Cooper't Tools,Rodgero' and Wosten
holm's Table and Pocket Knives, Fishing Tackle, con
sisting ol Heine Twine, Mullet Nets, Fish Lines com
plete, Limerick and Kirby Hooka, Rods and Reels,
Bobs, Harpoons, Grappling Irons, ko., at wholesale
and retail, by SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
No. 310 King stroet, third door below Society at.
JunelS * yf2
MACHINISTS', BLACKSMITHS,' CAR
PENTERS' AND PLUMBERS' TOOLS.
LEATHER AND RUBBER HOSE.
J. A. BNSLOW & CO.,
TSTo. 125 East Bay,
? CHARLESTON, 8. "O.
OFFER FOR SALE A CONSIGNMENT OF VALU
ABLE GOODS, which they will dispose of below
the ooBt of Importation. They comprise in part the fol
MACHINIST'S AVD BLACKSMITH 'S
37 ANVILS. 21 BELLOWS, 1 FLAVGE BLO0 X
3 Swedge Blooks, 71 Button Set Hammers
17 pair Cullipces, Drill Files (flat, round and square)
Flutters, Fullers, Hardies, Bevil Hammers.
10 Portable Forges
Copper Keying Hammers, Hand Punche?
37 Heading Tools
Straight Edges, Tongs (assorted). Tuer Irons
Upsetting Plate, Vices and Box Vices
Wrenohos (assorted), Paul Wrenches.
1071 HAMMERS, 226 HATCHETS
Augers (assorted and ship)
Auger Bits, Beek Irons
Framing and Firmer Chisel?, Gongos
Gimlets, Drawing Knives
Rabltting and Match Plains
Plane Irons, Wo d Rasps, Folding Rules
Saws and Saw Scrolls and Spirit Levels,
BLOCKING AND RAISING HAMMERS, HAND
GROOVES, Bedding, Burring, Swedging, Thick Edge
and Wiring Machines, LadleB* Machino bunds. Hollow
and Solid Punches, Rivet Sets, Snips, Stock Shears,
Bench Horn, Blow Horn, Candle Mould, Creasing,
Double Beaming Hatchet, Mandril and Need]. Case,
Blakoe, Swedge Pans.
MI8C-LLANKOU9 AltTICLES. A
20,000 FOUNDS IRON (assorted)
80,000 pounds Chaina
12,000 pounds Manilla Bope
1700 pound? Tarred Rope
3<"H)0 pounds Blister Steel
6600 poui.de Boiler Rivets
23,700 pounds Cut Spikes
33,0(0 pounds Wrought 8piko?
SHOO pounds Boiler Rivets
?160 feet Leathrr Hose
060 feet Rubber U?so
4416 pounds Bolts and Nuts, Iron Boiler Castings
1400 pounds Cotton Felting
4000 pounds Sheathing Paper
10,000 pounds Orate Bars
1000 Felling Axe9, Axe Hsndles
Strap Hlog's. Caulking Irons
Signal LMitoms, Top Mauls
' 10,000 pound? Finishing vails, Pfcdlockn
3316 pon <ds Copper and Clinch Nails
800 Oars (assorted); copper Bilno Pots
8 barrels Turpentine
160 Bingle, Double 8-fold, .4-fold and Bnfaton Blocka
Mariner-?' Compass?? and Bli noolOB
Pulvi-rired Charcoal, Cylinder Cocks
Mnulding Flask?, Flin Cords
Cross Out and Jig Saws, Log SlateB
Shelto, Sheathing. Tetlow Metal
Antimony. Ammoniac, MurlaMc Aold
Saw ficrows. Jingle Bells, Ship Scrapers
Copper Tacks, Cut Tacks, boxes Tin
Iron Wiro and Bed Chalk.
PHOPuHAIi? I'OK i.CMIUCU.
SEALED PROPOSALS WLL BB RECEIVED UNTIL
tho tenth (loth) day- Juno, I860, for furnishing the
following amounts and. description of Lumber to the
Chi rleston City Railway Company, ?la:
4126 Piece? 4?6. 2u feet A inches long.
TOO0 Pitee? ixt 6 fest 8 inches long.
Bald Lumber tobe of good and approved quality; to
be delivered on or nefore the Ant (1st) day of Septem
ber. A the Car Factory of Mesar?, Wharton A Petsch,
Llnfr-?to-?t, > - . i ,
By order of the Board.
J. RA VEN EL MACBETH,
Secretary and Treuvrer.
?ay38 ' mwf
TIIKKE NIGHTS LONGICR,
Monday, Tuesday, f eflusstlay, Jane 11
12, and 13,
POSITIVKLY THK LAST.
Tin? ? I'm.illy r. Uglll ? ?\ lili PrtetM reduced
to 5U cents-Children ?45 cunts.
Reserved Honts Mocurod nt J. M. GREER'S Book Store,
without addition ii cliur. o
Door? open at TJ? 00-nettes st HU.
Juno 11 3*
JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH, TAKES
pleasure lu aunounclug that ti? his ?uoeaededln
purchnsiiiK tho GRBATEHT BARG ?INS oi thoseason,
which bo now offers, together with tbo rcxt of bia stock,
at remarkably low prices.
4-4 kN'iUsa PRINTS, nt 28 cent?, fast colcrs
4-4 Scotch Gingham?, nt '.'6 cents
Eugltsh Ban-get*, flue i|ua ity, 25 cents
Fino Groundiues at 4i< cents
Super French GrcnadlueH, reduced from $1 60 to $1
Colored aud Black Silks In varoty, at reduced prices
Black- Bareges and Alpacas.
A fresh supply of
A full Uno of
COTTON CAMBRICS, and
A complete assortment of tho newest styles
TOOET?IEH WlTh :
The choicest assortment of
GIMHURE AND BRUSSELS LACES
over offered in this city.
IRISH LINENS of the roost celebrated brands
Tablo Linens in all qnalltlos
Linqa Towels from 12*4 cents and upwards
HiiBsin and Hird-Ejo Diapers
L. C. Ha ndli cr chiefs, lor Ladies and Cents
10-4 and 12-4 Bobinet Laco for Pavilions
Colored and White Marseilles Quilts.
A full line of Ladies' and Gents'
Comprising the best English manufactures.
A large assortment of
SILK LACE MITTS
at 50 cents and upwards.
Best qualities Silk and Lisio Thread
for Ladles and Gents.
for Men's and Boys' werr.
A complete assortment of
SEASIDES, SUNDOWNS, AND RIBBONS.
SEASIDES and SUNDOWNS at 60 cents and upwards
SILK RIBBONS, all widths and colors.
A splendid assortment of choleo
FLOWERS AND WREATHS.
Juno 13 wag No. a*8 KINQ.STREET.
AT N0. 306 KINO-STREET.
W11.1. BE SOLD AT
THE BALANCE OF
SUMMER DRESS GOODS ON HAND.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE SAME PLACE, A GOOD
assortment of M08QU1TO NETTING and BOBI
An extensive stock of FANCY SOAPS, in great variety,
which, togethor with othor articles, will be sold at re
markably low prioes.
Between Society and Wentworth street?,
Juno 19_6**_LEVY DR?CKER.
DECIDEDLY COOL AND REFRESHING.
COOL AND SPABKIiINO
Lovers of this delicious and healthy beverage
aro respectfully informed that a pure article or
SODA WATER, WITH C HOICK SYRUPS,
Gan be obtained at
EVERT E. BEDFORD'S.
NO. 250 KING-STREKT, OPPOSITE HASEL. ,
THE FRUIT 8YRUP8 ABE WARRANTED TO B_
prepared from the NATURAL FRUITS and not
from Essential Oils, Acids, and Coloring Fluids, so ex
tensively used in the manufacturing of Syrups, and so
injurious to the health.
LIST OF SYRUPS:
11. PINS APPLE.
15. BLACKBERRY WINE.
CREAM SYRUP8 PREPARED FRESH morning and
An oiporlenco of Ave years in the manufacturing of
Sodawater aud Syrup., enables the proprietor to as
sure tho public that he feel, well quallfiod to satisfy tho
taste of those who favor him with a call. A trial an<3
comparlton is Invited. ii
CONGI-88 WATER constantly t n ico.
A fresh supply of Elxsingen, Vichy and other MINE
RAL WATERS, will arrive in a few <*ays.
Also, acholes selection, juet received, of tho follow,
lng favorite brands of TABLE OLARB'i 8 AND WINES:
St. Estepho Medoo. Chateau Leoville.
Ohatoan Margeaux. .Kit. do Absinthe.
Grave's Martilla.-. Vesmeuth.
Oba'ean La Rosa, Cbadls.
Vin Imperial, Hamm k Co. Reims.
Piper Heldseick. Hant 8anternea.
Green Beal. Venve Ollqaot
EVERT E. BEDFORD.
Juno 11_6_No. 3B9 Klng-rtrcet
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COPIES OF GEN. R E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to the Army of Northern Virgini?.
For sala at
June 4 Ho, ? BBOAD-BTBKET,