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THURSDAY HORNING. JUNE 21. I860.
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ELECTION FOU A-DKnMF.N.-The olecbou for three
Aldermen, according to previous annonnco r ont, came
off yesterday, and all passed off quietly.^ Wo aro in
debted to tho Chairman of tho Board of Managers of
Elections for the following roturns:
Dr. W. T. Wragg.
S. G. Courtenay...
John F. O'Neill...
N. M. G lib ruth...
The names in italic? aro eleoted.
FUNERAL SEIIVIOE FOB THE OoMFKDEBATE DEAD.-To
morrow, at 9 o'clock, thorrj will be a solemn Requiem
Mass at St Paul's Catholic Church, Boclety-streot, for
the Confederate doad. A collection will bo taken up on
tho occasion for the neneflt of tho orphans.
METHODIST Cnuncn IM COURT.-Tho ablo argument
of Col. CiiAb. H. SIMONTO.V, the distinguished couneel
for tho defon ce, will be found on our second page. It
was our intention and desire to publish the argument
In reply at the samo timo, but the crowded state of our
Tue FRXF.DMEN'S DunF.AU AND THE SEA ISLANDS. - In
the communication under the above head in our yester
day's issue, a very important typographical error oc
curred. In the sentence stating that the polioy of tho
Bureau "bos somo nUenation, distrust and hostility be
tween tho negroes and tho whites," tho words "Me
negroes" were left out, which gavo an entirely different
meaning to the sentence.'
SILK OF OnocEiiY SUGARS.-Mr. JOBZPII H. RISLEY
dlBpoBcd of yesterday, uu Accommodation Wharf, fifty
hogsheads of Cuba Grocory Bagara of his own importa
tion, direct from Matanza?*, at the following prices:
6 hhdB. atl33? cents per pound; S bhds. at \Z% cents
per pound; 5 bhds- at 13,'? contri per pound; 12 linds, at
12j? cents per pound; G bhdB. at 12>? cents per pound;
l8 bhds. at li J? conts por pound.
A ToucniNO INCIDENT. - On the ICth Instant, the day
of tho celebration In commemoration of the Confederate
dead, in ono of our city grave yards, after tho ceremo
nies had been performed and tho crowd dispersed, a re
spectable looking coloicd woman was seen to linger be
hind, sit down upon a grave, bun'her lace in her
hands, and weop bitterly. A friend of ours, who
holds with JUVENAL, ("Nihil humanum a se alienum
este") observing her, became very much interested.
With native kindliness of manner he addressed her and
inquired tho cause of hor griof. Won by his sympa
thizing tone, she unburdened her heart to him in alter
nate words and sobs. Tho grave on which she sat was
that of hor former young master, who had been killed
In battle during the late wai. Ile had been her charge
hi hlb Infancy and boyhood, and in his manhood he
waa her pride and hor delight Hie deeds of gallant
daring had been her boost, and it was the wish dearest
to her heart to see him return victorious and honored
to the home which ho bad fought to protect Heaven
. had decreed othorwlso; and now while a conquered
people did honor to the memory of thor defenders,
she, poor, helpless, faithful woman, wept over the grave
of him to whom Bho had looked for proteotion and sup
port in the days of her ago and infirmity.
LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATIOK.- The Secretary kind
ly furnished us with the following in relation to the
meeting on Monday evening last :
The meeting was organized by the President. The
first and fourth articles of the Constitution submitted
ART. 1. Resolved, That thts Association shall be known
as "The Ladies Memorial Association of the Confede
ART. TV. All funds shall bo sacrodly uaed for keeping
In repair the graves of the Confed?rate Dead in Magno
lia Cemetery, and in erecting a monument to their me
mory, as direct?ii by tho Association.
Resolutions of thanks to toe following gentlemen and
companies wero unanimously passed: To tbe gent?o
men of the Committee and others who so ably accom
?lluhcd their duty; the Presidents of the Bouth Caro
na and Northeastern Railroad Companies; to the Rev.
Ciergy for their moat appropriate and eloquent ad
dresses; to the ladies aud gentlemen whoso poetical
effusions BO enhanced the pleat-no of tho day; to the
gentlemen of tho Oboir; to the Proprietors of the MUls
House and Charleston Hotel Livery Stables, National
and Southern Express Companies, Geraghty k Davis,
for transportation wagons and omnibuses?
Other resolutions of thanks wero passed in favor of
parties for printing material; to proprietors of hotels
for salo of tlckots; for tho use of the Masonic Hall; to
the newspaper offices, and to various gentlemen for
CO?HT OF GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON PLEAS.
This Court met at the usual hour yoeterday morning,
pursuant to adjournment, and proceeded to the transac
tion of business. Several true billa were found by the
Grand Jury on yesterday, and tho accused, in the fol
lowing casos, wero arraigned :
The State vs. James Clear, Mlohael Stinton, and John
Jenkins, charged with burglary and laroeny, to-day,
the 21at, was assigned for their trial.
The State vs. Thomas Roaob, charged, alao, with bur
r piar y and larceny, and to day appointed for his trial, and
The State tri. Jamos bulli van, accused of laroeny.
The State vi. Rlohard Dubue, for burglary and lar
Tho caso of tho State w. W. T. LOVETT and HENBY
IG OAHU, for retailing spirituous liquors without a
inse, next carno up for trial, and the Jury rendored a
let of "guilty" as to the latter defendant, and "not
lily" as to the former. Aftt-r Ibis case waa disposed
JOSF.I'H CAVOMEB, charged with the aame offence, was
Jed, and baa rendered against him a vervlot of
[The Grand Jury came into Court and presented true
tis in the following casca : Slate vi. Huon GALLAN, for
burden Btate vs. Jons W. Fnxiz, for laroeny and re
ceiving stolen goods. Statu vs. G. H. BULWIHKLE and
Joan BULWINXLX, for retailing spirltnona Uquors with
out : license; and State vi. J. B. MCLURE, JAS. G. Mo
GEELY, anil-MILLEE, for laroeny. /
The Jurors wer? then dismissed ; and, after the
transaction of some other matters not requiring theil
services, the Court adjourned to meet this day at 1C
o'clock A. M. ?
PnovosT GOUBT, Juno 20,-United States vs. Pani
Pinckney and Mlohael MoBride (colored).- Hone?
Breaking.-Thomas Turner, (colored) aworn: At No. e?J
Boclety-Btreet laat night, between 10 and 11 o'olock, lu
the house I hired from Mr. VAIVDELL; paid him $5 or
account of rent; I took his receipt; he told meit wai
mino; I went into pos BCB s Ion same day, and locked it nr.
last night; the defendants broke it open, and I found
them there and called a Policeman to take them out;
defendant PI nek noy said it waa bis shop; Pinckney
formerly occupied it, but has been absent about nine
days; tbo defendant hired it beforo that, and had been
living there about 0 months ; there were a few thing?
?hore belonging to thom.
Defendant Pinckney, at request of Conrt, stated bli
claim, and mado it out very good. Discharged.
In this case Asaoolato Judgo MOBLAIB lectured the
prosecuting witness on the absurdity of his case, and
Informed him if ho came here with snob, a caso agalr
he, aawell as defendant, would be fined.
United States vs. CATUERIUB HOFFMAN (white).-Abu
elvo and Threatening Longnage.- Catherine Rogen
(colored) a worn : Defeudant said I atole her clothes. W<
Uve on the aame lot, 8ho called me everything sh?
could think of, and said I threatened to cet fire to thi
In this cale the Oourt delivered the following sonn?:
opinion and wiso sentence; "Defendant guilty of abuse
and quarrolUng with Catherine Rogers. Prosecuting
witness and defendant both equally guilty of disturbing
the neighborhood, and sentenced to pay a fine of $6
oaoh or to be put to hard labor for flvo days, BUbJoct to
tho order of the Post Commander."
United States vi. Butcher Grcgloy (colored)-John
Davis (colored), B turn : I lost $70 middle of inet week,
also lost a red card of $50 on the Savings Bank of Beau
fort I llvo on Alkon's Row; bavo been living thero a
month; no one lives with mo bnt prisoner; I Rho wed
the money to prisoner a weok before I lost it; missed it
last Wednesday; moooy was In an onvelopo In a littlo
box; saw tho money on Friday, and lent a man $10; it
was four days between the timo I saw it and tho tim. I
lost It; prisoner lived with me four weeks; he works at
tho ordcanco yard; prisoner had no monoy boforo Host
mino; afterwards saw him with $1.60 and somo paper
and a bnckot of molasses; prisoner sala he had lost a
pocket book; asked him If ho htd a pookot book, as bo
had told me beforo he had nouo; said yes, bo had found
ono with a dollar and a half in it; ]s?t night ho said ho
had bought it; it was a small now pocket book.
Leah Nowell (colored), sworn: -Han not seen prlsonor
have monoy; but beard him Bay that ho was going to
send one dollar to Hilton Head to his wife in a lotter,
and if that went tufe be would send fifty dollars. De
fendant not guilt; and recommended to bo discharged.
MATOn'8 COU-T, W-PNSBDA. MORN-Nd, JUOO 20.
One half tho world docs not know how the othor half
Uves, and the glimpseB that may be had into tho Ufo of
that other half overy morning at the Mayor's Court aro
not of a character to tempt to a (nrther view. The fow
minutes spent thero this morning wore onongh to
tempt any ono belonging to the ono half of tho world to
wlBh for the callousness of a Podsnap, which, by the
moro walvoofon arm, could dismiss tho dlBagroeablo
othor half forever from tho mind.
First appeared an abject individual somo fifty years
of ago, without a coat, charged with being found drunk
in the streets. Ho had nothing to Bay in his defence,
and was fined $5.
Secondly thero appeared a hardened, disgusting look
ing wretch, with a board three days old, and a mis
shapen mouth besmeared with tobacco juice. Ho also
was drunk in tho streets, and was fined $5. He depart
ed reluctantly, being forcod out by tho pillie?, while hu
mumbled some unintelligible protest against the treat
ment which he received,
A wretched looking woman, well-known about town
as a beggar and a drunkard , appeared against a burly
Individual, Ukowlso of Ul repute, for having boat h or
with a stick. She had a horrible gaah on her forehead,
which she ssld was Inflicted by tho prisoner. But the
prisoner said that the woman was drunk and fell out of
bed. As neither of them looked as if they could tell the
truth, and If the charge was true the crlino was too
great for the cognizance of the Oourt, his Honor referred
the caso to a magistrate.
Last appeared a woe-begono and mortified Rhode
Islander, who looked as if ho might once have been a
dcoontman. Ho was caught last night sleeping in a
car with negroos. He told a doleful tale of having been
in government employ, and now having nothln g to do.
He promised to use his utm out exertions to reach a
more northern latitude, and, with a few words of warn
ing, his Honor discharged him.
Awn STILL THE. COME TO SUE.- The fain e of Prof.
B_~-_-_>_ is extending far beyond the Umita of
Charleston. Persons with impxlrod sight are coming
from the co unties of South Carolina and North OaroUns,
and returning home rejoicing that they con see now as
In the bright days of youth. The professor's rooms are
almost continu illy orowdod, and "still they come."
Tho subji -ed testimonial speaks In very flattering
terms of Professor BBBNHABOT'S skill as an experienced
STATE OF SOUTH O ARO LIX* , )
COLUMBIA, June 19,1860. )
Stn: I have made fall and satisfactory test of the
spes-icles procured norn yon, and I havo the ploasure
to say that the glasses are hotter adapted to my oyea
than any I have ever used. The faculty with which you
fltte. tho glass to my eye furnished me conclusive evi
dence ofyoar scientific ekiU in optics and yonr thorough
experienoe as an oculist.
Your attainuirnts in your profession en Utl<> you to
the oonfldenoe. patronage, and gratitude of the public.
1 havo the honor to be.
Very respectfully yours,
JAMES L ORB,
Governor of So. Oa.
Prof. M. BURNHAM?., Charleston, 8. O.
Auction Stales Tliia Day.
MILES D__B wUl soU at bia store, corner of King and
Liberty street-, at 10 o'clock, the contents of a paint
MOKAY Af CAM. __LL will seU at No. - Quoen.street,
second door west of State-street, at 10 o'clock, balance of
a grocery store.
JAMES W. BBOWN k Co. will seU at No. l18 Esst
B-y, at 10 o'clock, C5 caddies teas; also, brooms, buckets
JOHN 8. BIGGS k Co. will sell, at their Beal Estate and
Stock Exchange, at 11 o'clock, the residence No. HI Beau
faln-street ; also, house'and lot at Mount Pleasant; also,
building lot at Mount Pleasant. ,
JAMES L. GAKTT will sell, at the corner of Broad
and Eaat Bay streets, at li o'clock, a lotlnBonarn
L. Bu-cn A SOM will sell, at 11 o'clock, at the old
Postoffloe, horses, mules, sarriage and harness, '
J. A. Tuou- ION will noll, at his store, No. 14 Vendue
Range, under Colonnade Bow, at 10 o'clock, assorted
MILUO-N, ME-OBEBS k Co. wUl seU, at No. 20 Vendue
Range, at 10 o'clock, shoulders, hams, mackerol, cloth,
POLAR ROOT BEBB-SODAWATER-MIN-BAL WATER.
. A new drink, which Is very refreshing, known as the
Polar Boot Boor, for what reason wo cannot say, has Jost
been Introduced into this oity by Mr. E. E. BED .ORD,
To "judge by the orowd which we sa>r in his -?toro In
Klng-streot, opposite Hasel, just before dark yesterday
evening, the said Polar Boot Beer Is deaUned to become
' very fashionable. Mr. Bun. OBD has alf? constantly on
band the gre-tost variety of syrups manu facturad from
the original fruit-, for the purpose of flavoring the deU
' clous Boda Water whloh is dally dispensed to thirsty
hundreds at his fountains. He has now as many as
1 twenty different kinds of syrup. Besides Polar Boot
Beer for the gentlemen and Soda Water for both sexes,
' there oan always be had at Mr. BKD.ORD'H estabUahment,
for the benefit of Invalids, Mineral Waters from the most
celebrated springs of this continent and Europe, to say
1 nothing ot tho EgypUan elixir obtained from the sourco
' of tho Nile.
1 "Const thou not minister to a mind diseased,
i And with some sweet, oblivious antidoto,
i Cleanse the fonl bosom of the perUons stuff
p That weighs upon the heart f " !
i Certainly; PLANTATION BITTERS will do it when
; nothing else will. Melancholy, Depression, Hypo Oh on
' drla, Insanity, aU spriag, moro or less, from a dlsoascd
! stomach, and this PLANTATION Bimcns is a snro enre
i for. There is no mistake aboutit; Dysptpsla, Head.
i ache, Dullness, Ague and Low Spirits must yield to the
health-giving and genial influence of the PLANTATION
I BITTERS. If you are in doubt m ?ko one trial and be
1 HoM_-0_-_noli?_Dio_-E8.-The Homceopathlo system
i ot mo 'leal practice has become one of the fixed institu
tions of American society. It ?san hardly any lodger, bo
? considered an experiment. Dr. HUMPHREYS, whose ad
i vertlsemont appears in our columns this week, hu long
> ?ad successfully given his attention to the preparation
> of specifics ?tor the various ill? whiob flesh is hoir to, and
s hi placing tbetkdn the reach of all who may wish to teat
tiyelr virtues.-Dunkirk Journal.
I . 0 Depot, 642 Broadway, N. 7.
Desirable Residence xoith Spacious Lot, al Auction.
BY JOHN ?. ItlUOS ?Se CO.
THIS DAY, tho 21st !iu,t?nt, at 11 o'clock, at our Real
Estate aud Mock Exohangc, corner Brosd and East
Bay, will bo Bold,
.??-Afc. That very desirable RESIDENCE, No 81,
]H'BB south aido of B-aufain street aud wost of Pitt
lill Bal "'root, containing nix rooms, Pantry, Drossln??
_l,_TT-i """"' and Piazza iront west. Tho Lot has a
front on Boaufulu street of snvonty-cight foot, anda
depth of two hundred and twen'y-five feet, moro or
loss. Tho location of this property is cllgiblo, and at
convenient distance to incut places of business.
Conditions-Half cash ; balam? lu ono year, secured
by bond aud mortgage, interest from ray of Balo. Pur
chaKcr to pay for papers. Juno 21
House and Lol in the Village o? Mount Pleasant.
It V JOHN S. HIGGS ?*- CO.
THIS DAY, His 21st Instant, at 11 o'clock, at our
Real Er tate and Stock Exchance, will bo sold,
'I hat HOUSE aND LOT in tho Vlllago of
Mount Pleasaut, Bituatod on Bennett street,
M and fronting tho harbor, containing four up.
______ rieht rooms and two basomont roomn, kllchon
Tbo Lot mensures eighty feet front and one hundred
and sixty-five foot deep, moro or less. Tbo location of
this Houso Is deslrab'e.
Conditions-One-third cash ; balance in ono and two
years, secured by band and mortgago The Houso to
bo iunurcil and policy assigned. Purcbasor to pay for
papers. Juno 21
Valuable Building IjQt at Mount Pleasant.
BY JOHN S. HIQOS Si CO.
THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, at our Real Estate and Stock
Exchange, corner Broad and East Bay streets, will be
All that valuable BUILDING LOT, know* as
ENo. 2G, messurlng and containing 400 foot In
width and 110 In dopth, bo tho same dimensions
_i.moro ?>r less,
e above lot l8 Bltuated on tbo easter?? aldo of tho
vlllsgo and commands a fine view of tho harbor.
Terms-One-half cash; balanco In 1 .?ml 2 yearu, se
cured hy bond and mortgago. Burch? ? cr to pay us for
papers. Juno 21
/?of in Northioeslern Part of the City.
BY J A MK. S I?. OA1?TT.
THIS DAY, the 21st instant, at the corner of Brosd
and East Bay streets, at 11 o'clock, will bo offered,
?VLL THAT VERY VALUABLE LOT OP LAND on Ibe
north Rlcjo of Bogard-strcot, noxt to the corner of Rut*
lodgo-streot, adjoining Land of Hon. Geo. A. Trooholm:
measuring- in front on Bogard-strcot ntnety-throo foot,
and in dopth from north to souta two hundred and
?.lev, n fe t, bo tho samo moro or lois.
'1 ho location and size of this Lot should command the
attention of parties seeking investment.
T? rum of 8do-Otie-thiril caib; balam**? in ono and
t?vo years, secured by boud, with interest from ato and
mortgage of properly or the purchaser may p-iy the
whole in cash. Purchaser to pay J. L. G. for pipers.
Juno 21 fmwtbi
BY It. M. MARSHALL..
TO-MORROW, 22d instant, at 11 o'clock will bo sold
before my Sales Room, No. 33 Broad Street,
The FURNITURE of a family declining housekeep
ing, consisting of WARDROBES, Bed ?toads, Sldoboard,
Chairs, Bookers, Mattrcsso?, Ac, ko.
1 PIANO, 1 fine Guitar, aud 2 Mirrors. Juno 21
Desirable Properly on Vendue Range.
BY COilBn, HAN' KEL St CO.
On TUESDAY, 20tb June, at 11 o'clock, will be sold, at
tho north of the Exchange,
All that LOT OF LAND with the BRICK WALLB and
BRICES thereon, situated at the southwest corner of
Vendue Range and Prioleau-streot, measuring on Ven
due Range dfty-six (66 feet), by sixty-three feet eight
Inohoi (03 feet 8 inches) on Prioleau-atreet,moreor leca.
Bounded on the north by Vendue Range; oast by Prio
leau-atreet; south by street leading to Brown's Wharf,
and west by lands of-.
Terns-(X) one-fourth oash; balanco by bond, payable
in three equal annual instalments, with interest from
dato of sale, accurcd by a mortgage of the property.
Purchaser to pay us for papers. June 21
Fine Pony for Sale.
UY LOlVJUJliS Si M It IM li A I? I?.
At Private Sale
A FINE PONY, 8 yosrs old, sound and gentle.
The above can bo aeon lu front of our office, Law
Range, BROAD-STREET._1_June 21
BY K. ni. Al A US II A Lia.
The STORE and DWELLING No. 35 BR#?U)-8TREi_T.
Apply as abovo, at my solos room,
June 21 3 No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
The Bitter Fruits of Bad Bitters.
Invalid reader do you know what nino-tonths of the
bitter compounds you aro solicited by tho proprietors
to accept aa universal panaceas aro composod of ? Give
heed for a moment They aro manufactured from un
puridod alcohol, containing a conBldoroHIo portion of
futel oil, a poison almost as deadly as prussic acid. The
baale of tho regular tinctures of the Materia Medica is
the same. No amount of "herbal extracts" can over
come the bad tendency of this pernicious element. The
essence of sound Rye thoroughly reotified Is the only
stimulant which can bo aafely used aa a component of a
Tonic, Alterative and Ant [-Bilious Medicino, and HOB
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS is the only medicinal
preparation in the world In which this article l8 used as
an ingredient. Hence tho extraordinary eflocta of this
great sp?cifie. It givea strength withou t produoing ex
citement. No other tonic does this. ?Ml the ordinary
Bitters flush tho faco and affect the bra la. HOBTETTEB'S
BITTERS diffuse an agreeable calm through the nervous
system, promoto digestion, and produce Bleep. No other
tonto so quickly revives the exhausted physical onergies,
restores the appetite and remove s tho gloom and de
pression which always accompanies weakness of the
bodily powers. 0
Wonderful but True !
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologist and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while In
cliirvoyan t state, delineates the very features of the per
son you are to marry, and bv the aid of an Instrument
of intense power, known as the Paychomotrope, gu?r
anteos to prodaoe a perfect and life-like picture of the
future husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, Ao.
This ia no imposition, aa testimonials without number
can assert. By stating placo of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will r?
solve the picture by return mall, together with desired
Address in confidence, Madame GERTRUDS REM
INGTON, P. O. Box 297, Weat Troy, N. Y.
May 8 _tutha8mo
93- HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIE
RENHWER has proved itself to be the most perfect pre
paration for the hair over offered to the public
It la a vegetable compound, and contains no Injurious
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will koop the hair from falling out.
It aleanses the scalp and makes tho hair soft, lus
trous, and silken.
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to use it
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
4ST Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rene? wer
and take no other. R. P? HALL k 00. '
Nashua, N, II., Proprietor?.
For salo by all Druggists. Wholesale by
KING & CASSIBEY,
March I thly * Charleston. 8. G.
HANAHAN k WARLEY,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ES. Bovce !& Oo.'siWharf, Sr?
??Hil Ililli, CHARIiMSTOW. HjBg?fflgggf
H. D. HANAHAN..... ~. t. 71TTTT-T... ..FEI?rx..WAHI?ET.
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BRANCH OP OUR
HOUSE IN OHARLSSTON, would respectfully
?olloltthe patronagn of our friends.
Wo continue our house In Columbia, whare our Mr.
SANABAN will attend to any buulneia for oar Charles
ton friends. lmo June 9
In Admiralty.- United States of America, District
of South Carolina.-Hie Officers el al. of the
brig C. II. Allen vs. the bark Mary.-Decree in
case of Salvage.
II V .1. ,_. _,- --O W Si CO., Auctioneers.
By virtue of the Decree in tho Court of Admiralty In
tho above case, wlU bo Bold, at tho north sido o? (he
old Custom Hourn?, East Bay, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
'JHIH LAY, tho -lut inutuut, ?i silo now lies at
Tho motallcd and coppor-faslcned bark MARY, -.*J
Tee conditions of the Falo aro as follows: The Hull
and Spars will bo of-rod togothor, after which the
standing and Running Rigging and all tho cordago. and
subsequently all the ?all.; tho ivholo wl 1 then bo offer
ed together, and if bids aro made In excers of the com
bined offers for tho eovoral parts, tho said offers to bo
void, otherwise thoy will bo binding.
Awn IMMEDIATELY AFTEII,
TUE SHIP'S BOATS.
J. P. M. EPPING. Marshal.
The Inventory may bo seen at tho ofllco of J. A. E. &
BY MILLI-AN, MI_LCIIt_R.S Si CO.
THI8 DAY, 21 st hint., at No 20 Vondno Range, at 10
o'clock, wo will seU,
PRIME 8HODLDBRS, Hams, Mackerel
Herrings, Soap, White Boons, Starch
Bourkront, Pipes, Tobacco, Segars, Ac.
MELTON CLOTH, Oassimeres, Longcloth
IldkfH., Men's and Womou's Shoos, Boots
Straw and Wool Hats, Ac, k\
1 Lot Harness and Horso OoUars
1 Lot Rubber Hose, Ac.
1 8PRING WAGON
1 Carriage, 1 8ulkoy
1 Country Wagon
1 Cart, 1 Force Pump. Juno 21
B _ I?. BUNCH Si SUN.
THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, al old Postoffice, will be
1 SADDLE AND DRAFT MARE, of fino stock
1 two and a half year old Filly, of fino stock
2 primo Work Mules
1 ono-horno Carrlogo, quito gonteol and nearly new,
Parties wishing t" purchaso will do well to bo there,
as tho sales aro positive.
Horsos or vehicles, with order for sale, wiU be received
up to hour of sale. Juno 21
Assorted Furniture, etc., die.
BY .1- A. THO_UON.
THI8 DAY, Juno 21st, at my Store, No, 14 Vendue
Range, under Colonuado Row, for cash on delivery, at
1 MARBLE-TOP MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, 1 Mar
ble-Top Mahogany Table, Bedstead, 1 Sideboard, Conn
tot Scalo, Measures, lot Assorted Pictures, 1 Iron Bed
stead, 1 Water Carter, Ac, Ac, Ac ; pairs Ladles' Slip
pers, Misses'Bootees, Large Trunk, Crockery and Tin
Ware, Tobacco Knif;, 1 Largo Mirror, 1 Spring Mattress,
lot Bbolvlng, together with a variety of other artlclos, as
usual. Salo without reserve. Juno 21
BY HENRY COBIA St CO.
TO-MORROW, the 2-1 inst, at 10J. o'clock, will bo Bold,
on Patton's Wharf, foot of Hasel-street,
_ bales EASTERN HAY, slightly damaged, and sold
on account of aU concerned.
Conditions cash. June 21
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician.
Preaenta to tho attention of Mother? her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greaUy fsciUtates the process of Toothing, b) I
softening the gums, reducing aU inflammations, w11
allay ALL PAIN and spaamodio action, and is I
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, it will give rest to yourselvea
Relief and Health to Toar Infants.
We have put up and sold this article for over thirtj
years, and can say In oo_u_<-_.. and trot- of it wb?t -.
have never boen able to say of an other medlolne
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A BIN?LE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wbO
used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with Ita ope
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of lti
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in thli
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE Win.- DECLARE. In almost
ovory Instance where the Infant la Buffering from pall
and exhausUon, reUef will be found in fifteen or twentj
minutos after the syrup Is administered.
Full directions for using wiU accompany each boule
None genuine unless the foo simile ot CURTIS k PEB
KINS, New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by aU druggist- throughout the world.
Price only 35 Ceuta per Bottle?
For aale by
KING & CASSIDEY.
.ebruarvW ? no -*_irin_ti i
H??GER & EASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
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LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER _ SALAMANDER SAFES, ?bo.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THELR
arrangemonts onoe moro for the manufacturo of
the best COTTON GINS over made In this country, aro
now prepared to receive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purohaso. ,
The long established and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT - OOTTON GINS, wlU, we hope, be a an_
cient guarantee that the article will gire enture satisfac
tion. . 9, M. lSCLlOTT A OO.,
_?y 14 _' _Winnsboro. S. O.
WILLIS k CHlSOLlf,
FACTORS, CO-IMI-SION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE P URO HASE, BALK ABE
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestto Ports) o
lOTTON, BIOS, LUMBAR and NAVAL ______i.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Obairlsaton, B. C.
_. WILLIS.A. B.CHIBOI_
Balance of a Grocery Store.
Mc KA Y St <'Ani I'HIOkM.
Wi'l sollst No. - Quoen-streot, socond door westfroa*
Ktato-atroct (Bouth Bldo', THIS DAY, the Vlst Ini.?int.
at li) o'clock,
TH B CONTEN 'S OF I? AID STORE, rls.
TEA, Sugar, Spice?, Soap. Starch, Ac, ?\c. <
STORE FIXTURES, Counters, Scales, he, ?Vc.
CUIHIUIOIIB ?-.ash. Juno ?H
furniture of a Family Leaving the City.
III i* HAY ?\t C?M_?HK?.L,
Next I'oMi.r/ii. c , Hasel street.
Will Fell TO-MOIIUOW, (FRIDAY), at 10 o'clock,
MAHOGANY BIDEBOARDS. SECRETAIRE, BIF
REAU3, Contre and Card Tables, WushstandB, Bodot,
Bedsteads, Sifas. Cano Seat Chslrs, Cano Saat Solt?os;
Dinner and Chamber Crockery, (loblots China, MUtrofl
Bcs, Bolsters, PIUOWB, Stair Rods, Matting, Cooking
Utensils, Ac, Ac.
ONE 8HOW CASE, OA8 FIXTURES, Ac.
ALSO, TO PAY STOUAOE AND EXPENOES,
STOVES AND S?OW CASE, *?*.. Ac. ,
WILLOW BASKETS, MAITS, ?vc.
Conditions cash. Jan?] at
Paints! Paints! Contents of a Paint Storel
BY HULKS DltAKK.
THIS DAY, tho 21st Instant, at 10 o'clock, will 11> voJJat
myStoro, corner of King and Liberty etr- . .?,
THE CONTENTS OF A PAINT STOIC
6 kegs ol Yellow Ochre, ground in oil,
ISO .',, 1, 'i, 3 and 4 lb cans Assorted Colors, i . -Q.
? bbl Fire Proof Paint,
)i I bl Spanish Brown,
1 bbl Ivory Black.
FunnclB, Measures, OH OiBtorns and Cana, P*lut Mill,
OH Pumps, Paint SpoouB, Ac. J une 21
Brooms, Buckets and Tubs.
.TA M I?; S TV". BROWN Si CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at their ?tore, No. 110 East Bay.-t
?5 DOZEN BROOMS
22 dozen Buckots
14 nestB TubB
8 ncstB Keelcrs.
Conditions cash. June 31
Teas on Account of all Concerned.
JAMES W. II I? OWN ?Se ? ?).
Will sell 'iUIS DAY, at their Sales lioom, No. IIS
last 1! ?v, at 10 o'clock,
55 Caddies YOUN? HYSON and BLAJK TEAS.
Bale positivo. CoudilioiiB cash, .lire- 21
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Hale vs. Calvi:
Will bo Hold, undo*- the direction of tho undorsigaod, at
the old Custom House, in this city, ou TUESDAY, tho
2?th of Juno, I860, at 11 o'clock A. M ,
ALL THAT FARM OR TRACT OP LAND sit?atela
tho Parish of Christ Church, District of Charleston,
about six miles from tbo village of Mount Pleasant, and
on tbo sea shore, containing 320 acron, moro or leas,
bounded east ou landa of John Hamlin, southwest OS
lands of Daniel WhitoaldcB, and to tho nortbwoat cn
lands now or lato of tho estate of William Matthews.
Terms-Ono-third cash; tho bataneo In ono and two
years, secured by bond of tho purchaser and mortgage;
of tho premises, with Interest from day of salo, payable
annually. Purchaser to pay tho taxes due and far
papo?. JAMES TUPPER,
Juno 9 stuthH Master iu Equity.
THE UNITED .'TATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
O ROUND!-?, locatid in the City of Charleston, 8. O.,
will bo sold to tho highest bidder, subject to tho ap
proval of tho bid by the Secretary of the Treasury, at
12 M., JULY 19th, 1800, on tbe prom?tes.
Terms of Sale-$1000 iau.li; balance in equal payments
of thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Certificate of Salo
will bo given at tbo time, and the deeds to bo exocuted
upon the payment of the lost Instalment of the purchaao
money. A. G. MACKEY.
Juno 10_Collector of Custom-.
TRI-WEEKLY HACK LINE
BETVliKEN LAURENS ASM NEWBERIIY.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 18TH INSTANT,
the HACK will connect with the up train on tho
Greenville and Columbia. Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THUB8DAY8 and SATURDAYS; with the down train
on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus paaionRors can bo ?serried through from Colum
bia to Laurens in ONE DAY-arriving at Lauro a by 9
o'clock tbo same day they leavo Columbia. Passengers
can leave Laurens at 5 o'clock A. M. aud arrive at
Columbia same day at 7 o'clock.
Every comfort is afforded pasBongors which oould be
oifccted on. n. ottvfio lino. T. B. CREWS.
Lanrene, Juno IC. 1880._thstulmo June2I
THE LAUREN8VILLE "HERALD,**
PUBLISHED AT LAURENS COURTHOUSE, 8.a
. BY CREWS A SIMPSON.
H, La M*O0W?VH AND W. B. BALI-, EDIT0U*.
A 8 AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM THE HERALD
___ offers rare Inducements, having a circulation of
near a THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS (and the list dolly
Increasing), among a people of wealth and onergy.
Ra?ca of advertising reasonable. _Jane 21
PUBMTURE ! FURNITURE !
WIIOLESAL E~? ND RETAIL.
DEGRAFF & TAYLOR,
NO3. 87 * 89 BOWERY A 68 CHRY8TIE-STREHT
HAVE THE llKfcT ABSOBTED BTOCE OF
PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROO?
SPRING BEDS AND BEDDING,
IN THE UNION.
OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT
LOW PRIOES defy competition. STEAMERS
AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR 8TYLE AND Q0AU
TY, We refer you on board of the Hudsou River Steam
ers, ST. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND.
Fuller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses
FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED.
No. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGRI
GULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds I
BAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GBEST
MILLS, always on bam!, ?
Agents lor A tCHAMRAULT'B BTKAM ?-'NOISE, sod
trSifEBSOLi" * ITE-.'. COI'lL-N ' ?-ri. ?a
AUSTIN, ANDfiUS k CO,,
0OUNTBY ORDERS TILLED WITH DISPATCH.
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ?LE&&PORTER.
W?ST'?8?SI BET--"- 7.?8 AVE? NEW YORK.
ifJOEOrW. CLARK & CO,
Cornef J??8tvBay and^omberland streets,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.^ ^
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AOEN0Y. OK' THH
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to be
th* best In the market, are now prepared to supply tho '
IB ADE of this olly and vicinity
Warranted to stand the cllm&te. *__ > \
Por salo In barrels and half b?rrela.
tar THE WEEKLY BEOOBD OA_? BE PUB
0HAB2D at H. P. RUOQ'8, Mari-et-siree?, c4 M. ?.
Q?-HN-S, King-street, at which plaoea newaba^.C .?.?.
?rNooaoer-w>" be sold from the Offlce Sar?*