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The IDaily ZtSTews.
TUESDAY MOBNINQ, JUNE 26, 18G_.
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MEHI CAL COLLEGE or THE STATE OF SOUTH CAB O LINA.
-At n mooline of tno Uoi.ru of Trustees and Faculty,
Dr. R. A. KINLOCH was unanlmoimly elected to tho va
cant Profeatorulilp of Materia Medica and Thorapou
LATE NKWBrAPEns, -C-Monars. M. M. QUINN k BBO.'
have furnish-'d us with Frank Leslie's Ladies' Magasine
tor 3uly, Harper's WeeAiy, ami tho New York Tribune
and Herald. Aloe r? QUINN hnvoalso rocolvod an oxtra
?apply of Hi 'H?? ?t-toner; packages which havo been so
much sought alter.
Tan following nro tho numbers which drew the prin
cipal prizes lu the Hsva:i_ plan,Kentucky State Lottery,
OlMB O., Juno l?th, 18G0.
No. 12401, f lOli.Oi'i'; No. 18105, $CO,000; No. 10002,
$25,000; No. .172, (10,000; No. 11380, $G00.'; No. 9590,
TALL COTTON - We ntl receipt of a fine specimen
of the "Green food" Cotton plant, grown on Mr. H. I_
P. MCCORMICK- plantation, "Ellen Grove," Christ
Church Parish. The stalk Is thirty-seven inches in
height from the bud, has olghteon bronchos, two bolla,
and no loss than oighty-covou forms. There has boon
one blossom on It. The gonoral condition of the crop,
we are happy to statt?, is uncommonly good.
OUTRAGE.-During the riot of Sunday ovening, a
respectable young man of the name of BRANTTOBD was
knocked down in Trodd-street and dangerously lnjurod.
The attendant surgeon has expressed doubt? of IIIB re
covery, and ho now lies In a very critical condition. It
Is to bo hoped that, if the party dealing tho blow cannot
be found, the ringleaders of the riot will be so severely
dealt with, as to afford a wholcsomo warning against
such conduct in futuro.
NABBOW ESCAPE.-Yesterday morning a loaded army
"revolver was Bold at tho auction atoro of Messrs. BOW
IRA A RJLCOX. Tho purchaser stopped up to Mr. Bowsns
and asked for a piece of paper to wrap the pistol In,
and while that gentleman moved to get the paper, the
. pistol, through careless handling, went oiT, and the ball
passed Just whore Mr. BOWERS' head ivas before bo
xnovod. This incident should bo a warning to all per
sons who deal- in flrearma not to sell them loaded.
Poople wl.'l bo careless with such things, and sometimes
serious accidents are the result.
FAIR FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE Onuncn OF TUE HOLY
COMIIUNION,-We congratulate our friends Of the Upper
Wards on the opportunity afforded them by the ladies
of the Church of the Holy Communion to Bpond a llttlo_
j money In ausoft?way, and at the same timepaesapleBs
' ant evening. Most of the public amusements of tho
city are conducted io far down town as to put them be
yond the reach of uptown citizens whe are not io fortu
nato as to possess carriages, and as the number of thone
Is very great, wo doubt not that the present opportunity
will be improved by hundreds of the young of both
?exes longing for amusement.
TUB STOWEIVB CASK.-Wo are glad to see, by tho fol
lowing extract from the New York World, that the
prisoners In this case, who possess the sympathy of
our whole community, have met with mercy at tho
hands of the President The World is, howover, mis
taken in one point. The soldiors were not negroes, but
white men, belonging to a Maine regiment :
The President has commuted the death sentenco of
i the South Carolinians who were tried and convioted by
I oourt-maitlal In Charleston of killing some negro sol
diers while on duty. The evldenco against the parties
was purely circumstantial.
H_B*_-aioA___ 8-_r-S-AUNO JABS.-A now and
useful Invention for housewives, known by the above
nppollatlon, aro to bo found at the extensive crockery
establishment of Messrs. WKUB k SAQE, No. 6 Hoy no
street Those- jars are of glass, with a metallic cover
that contains a rubber washer, which porfoctly excludes
the air, and so simple that any lady can store her own
preserves, BhrimpB, oysters, meats, ko., with little
trouble, and the least possible danger of failure. In ad
dition to this, they need never be destroyed by opening,
as tin cana usually are, but will last In use for years.
THE PALMETTO BASE BALL CLUB GAME.-On Saturday
last we had the pleasure of witnessing' quite an exciting
game between two inns of the above-named Club, on the
Citadel Square The batting and fielding on both sidos
were far superior and better attended toon this day
than on any previous occasion. Messrs. EAEIK and
AUSTIN, by splendid hits to the left field, secured home
runs, and were loudly oheared by those present. The
score at the end of the seventh Inning, which terminated
the evening's sport was seventeen to seventeen, which,
?we must say, reflected great credit on the playing quali
ties of the above-named Club. Wo are moat happy to
' see this Club succeeding so well, and we hope ere long
to announce the organization of others.
GOOD FOB WEAK EYES.-NO part of the human or?
ganizetlon hss rocelved moro careful study than tho
delicately conatructed optical apparatus on which de
pends all the delights I vision. In spite, however, ot
V minute dissections, and tho most painful research, but
Uttle had been accomplished In supplying the delecta of
nature In the visual organ until v ry recently. Pine
spectacles have been in use for many years, bat In most
Instances they were bnt poor substitutes for real eyes.
It waa roserved for Dr. UznuiiAJiDr, the renowned opti
cian, to discover and Introduce into oommon use the
Australian pebbles, which enable the ne--'.sighted or
the aged to see with the quick and clear perception of
the eagle eye of youth. Dr. B. can bo consulted daily
?* at bia office, Parlor No. 4 Mills House.
Goon WORDS, au illustrated monthly magasine, edi
ted by NonMAN MACLEOD, D. D., one.of her Majesty's
Mr. Jon? RUSSELL has sent us the Juno number of
this very olever monthly. Contents: 1. Madonna
Mary, by Mrs. OLIPHANT. 2. Home and Memory, by J.
T. How?OH, D. D. 8. An Overland Journoy from San
Francisco to New York, by way of Bait Lake City, by B.
H. VERNE-, Lieutenant R. N. 4. The Island Ohurob,
by the Dean of Early. 6. Some effect- of Intemp?r
ant-, on the Bialn, by a Medical Man. 6. London
Street Trafilo. 7. Admiral FITZROY. 8. Evasions of the
Law, - y Bev. HENRY W. HOLLAND. 9. A Ho membrance,
byM. B. SMEDLEY. 10. "Walking Worth jr of God," by the
Editor. 11. Bet? con the Shower. 12. Buth Thorn
bury, or tho Old Maid's Story, by WILLIAM GILBERT.
Published In London by B. STRAHAN _ Co.
THE OLD GUARD for Jnly has arrived, containing on
elegant steel engraving of Gen. WADE HAMPTON. We
have not yet received oura, but had a look at a copy
through.the kindness of Mr. V. VOQLER, No. 108 Market
street, whero we iaw quite a number of storting papers
and magazines; among others tho July numbors of the
following : DEMOBEHT'B Fathion Magazine, the Catholic
Magazine, American Mitcellany, Atlantic Monthly, otc,
Mr. VOOLEB has now a fine supply of German papers,
.viz : N. Y. Staat! Zeitung, Frank Letlie't German Illu*
traled paper, N. Y. Demokrat, Dellelritiiiche Journal and
Kriminal Zeitung, and tho Now Yorker Journal. Also
has tho Spanish paper La Cr?nica, the Eco d'Italia, and
the Courrier dei Etal* Unit.
Among the latest books he has rocelved la "The
Emerald" In the Gem Series, a collection of grapbio
and entertaining taloa, brilliant poems and eiaay?. This
la a vjary good collection of interesting atorlea, otc ,
both ojriglnal and translated. We dealgn giving the book
a morl? extonded notice ?, an early day.
YOUNO AMERICA Fins COMPANY.-Tblu enorgotic and
indcfatl able company, young lu years, and young in
materia, celebrated tholr flrst anniversary yesterday
by a piir.itlo a.?l supper. They turnod out some forty
etiong. and niado a very bandsomo appearance Tboy
wcro otcorted by the Charleston Flro Company, and
pNWcdwl by tho band or tho Gth Regulars. Tho parado
pauHu.l UoreaUt the wludowa ol our oillco, anil wo had
scarcely ?..?Bed our remarks of admiration, when an
alarm < f .'?re was raised, and both compaules stnrtod oil
at full a, ed, to tho great consternation of tho musician s,
who had not aoon that laid down in tho bill. Fortunate
ly tho alarm proved falso, and tho parado was finished
without further disturbance.
At night a collation was served by that inimitable
caterer, T. Tully, at the Masonic Hall, of Which the
Young America Firo Engine Cou pauy, with tho Roard
of Fire Mastors and tho Charleston Firo Eaglno Com
pany an tholr guests, partook. Wit and jollity, and
song and laughter, ruled tho ovonlug, aud tho en
tertainment was continued to tho wee small hours of tho
Tho following nro tho officers olee tod for tho ensuing
A. N. P?NDT. Proaldont.
JOHN F. BRITTON, Vico-Prosldent.
A. W. ROSE, First Dlrcotor.
WM. MAHONEY. Second Dlreotor.
P. H. FREARY. Third Director.
P. HARVEY, Fourth Director.
W. H. 8IHLEY. Secretary.
JA8. VERONEE, Treasurer.
M. CAREY, Axman.
C. HARVEY, Axman.
D. MAHONEY, Hall-Koopor.
P. GOREY. Steward.
M. DIVINE, Stew.rd.
HIOH-HANDED VILLAINY.-On Saturday afternoon two
negroes entortd the house ol Mr. O'DONNELL, on Meot
ing-atreot, and while ono stood at tho door, tho other
went up to Mr. O'DONNELL and commenced talking to
him about some work, which ho said he had hoard he
wanted dono. Mr. O'DONNELL told him yes, ho wanted
some work dono, and described to him what it was
Tbc negro thon said he did not uudoratand that kind of
work, but that his companion at tho door was a good
hand at it. Mr. O'DONNELL naturally lookod towards
tho door to soo the companion, and, as ho did so, tho
negro struck him on tho head with a slung shot, pro
bably with a viow to stun him and then rob him. Mr.
O'DONNELL, howovor, had strength enough left to cry
murder. This alarmed tho rascals and tboy took lo
flight. The ono who struck tho blow escaped, but tbo
other was caught by a couplo of rospoctablo frcedmot?,
who wcro passing by, and hoard tho nolso. They car
ried him towards tho Guard House and turned him
over to a poUeeman whom they mot. Too much credit
cannot be given to, the colored mon who thus distin
guished themselves In the causo of law and order, aud
we wish we wore ahlo to glvo tholr names. Such inci
dents as those will cau?e people to bo very much ou
their guard with-strangers. .
THE METHODIST CHOUCH IN .COUBT.-A curious oaio
is no- being tried in the Superior Provost Oourt of this
military district, growing out of and Involving the right
of possession In an African church. It ratsoi, among
other |erues, in.lt? progress, (ho questions of tho consti
tutionality of tbo Olvii Rights Bill, and whether tho de
cisions of Provost Courte in civil matters aro binding iu
time of pcaco. Thecasels in argument, but can hardly
reach a final decision without roforonco to the supreme
Oourt. \ y ' ' ?? , . i
Wo take the above from thoCh.rloston correspondence
of the New York World. What a pity it Is that persons
who pretend to write of Southern mattera for Northern
papers, do not take more pains to Inform themselves in
regard to the things of which thoy write. The caso in
tho Provost Court, alluded to in tbo above extract, baa
nothing whatever to do with any African church. It
arlaos entirely from tho will of Joan MUKKE, and relates
tu the possession of certain lota and houses. There is
no oxouKo lor such ignorance as that here displayed, for
the wholo caae has been published in THE NEWS, and
tho most ordinary attention to the evidence would have
pVovcnted such an egregious blunder.
Coen-OF GENERAL SESSIONS? AND OOMMOS PLEJLS.
Oourt mot at 10 A. M. The jury woro called by tho
Clerk, but several were found to be unavoidably ab sent,
and others had been excused. Anew venire waa made
out to fill these vacanoles. In tho Interim tho Court was
occupied with hearing several civil cases. It was nearly
3 o'clock before tho regular business of tho Oourt was
taken up. Two partiea were arraignod far grand larce
ny, bnt as the hour was too late to enter upon any fresh
case, bis Honor adjonrned the Oourt untU 10 A. M. this
morning, when the case of State vi. Hugh Callan, for
mnrder, will bo tried.
MAYOR'S Couivr, Monday Morning, Juno 25.-The
proceedings of this Court havo recently been extrem o ly
barren of Interest. To-day a visitor from Summe rvlUe
waa fined $3 for lying down drunk in the streets. His
Honor remarked that the usual fine for citizens for the
same offence was $5, but that In consideration of h is
rustic ignorance, he would bo easier npon him.
?In individual who waa found drunk, and deposited
$6, forfeited tho same. A stray swine waa like wir; Q for
ftited, ne owner appearing.
PROVOST COOM-, June 35.-United Btates as. Thomas
Wl 1 uLUH, (colored,) and Sam Betts, (colorad).-Larceny
of Olothos.-Captain Low, sworn : Yesterday, about 13
o'clock, rosolved a notice from tho officer at the Guard
House. Two dresses ware recovered; two palra of
boy's pants, a night dress, and a white muslin skirt
have not been recovered.
Policeman Sargent, sworn: At 8>? A M yesterday, met
a boy with a bag on his back, at the corner of Bull and
Coming streets. ?Arrested him and another boy, both
of whom aald that the bag did not belong to them.
"Policeman Harris, sworn : Saw two boys go Into a
house, and run out with a bag ol clothes; knew that
tboy had stolen them, and had them arrested. Guilty;
$15, or fifteen days' hard labor on the a trotts.
United States vs. Wm. Murray (colored).-Drunk and
Disorderly.-N. Quinn, Bworn : Saturday night at 12
o'clock found this man beating his wife; did not arrest
him at that time, but bearing him again raising a dis
turbance, went back and arrested him ; he resisted me
with an axe, threatening my life with It if I carno in.
E. Gatley, sworn: Hired a house, and Wm. Murray
hired two rooms of me; Saturday night ho beat bia wife,
and I tried to stop him; he.would not stop, but kept on
beating bia wife; he waa drunk and I could do nothing
with him ; I then called tbe police. I
Mrs Margaret Murray (colored) -My husband carne
home and laid down that night, and I told hun he
lookod bad; ho said he felt had; commenced playing the
fiddle; I coaxed bim to go to bed; he refused, got mad,
and commenced to.beat me. Guilty; $30, or thirty
days' hard labor cn tho streets.
United Slates vs. Minus Kelly (colored).-Riotous and
carrying concealed weapons.-Thomas Hill, aworn i
Yesterday, 5 P. M., a crowd gathered at the corner of
South Bav aud Mot ting street?. . Defendant drew a knife
on a police sergeant. I stopped in between them and
arrested bim, and took tbe knife away from him. ' Lost
the knife afterwards in another crowd. It was about
elghtoon inches long. Guilty; $10 or sixty days'hard
lab IT on the streets.
United States vs. Isaac Small (colored).- Drunk and
Disorderly.-Private Daniel Dugan, sworn ; Yesterday
afternoon, in tho street, saw defendant drunk and dis
orderly. He waa using vulgar and abusive language to
tho crowd gathered about bim. Arrested bim. Guilty;
$10 or 16 days' hard labor on the streets.
United States vs. Joseph Mares.-Assault and Battery.
Henry Pago (colored;, sworn; On Friday night, corner
of Calboun and King streeta, mot defendant, and asked
him to pay me the money be owed me. Ho said when
he got ready be would give it to me; that he expected a
row With me, and was fixed for me. Ho then struck mo
with a stick, and I bad bim arrested.
Susan Campbell, sworn: Was at cornor of Calhoun
and King atreots, and saw two men boat Page. Defend
ant did not strilio him.
Sergeant Pomnot, of Pollco, sworn: Hoard raps of a
stick, arid galloped up and Baw two men boating Page.
One of them said that a mulatto had struck Page, and
was running away. I looked down street, and saw man
Uko defendant making his escapo, but would not swoar
that it was defendant.
Guilty-$10 or twenty days' hard labor on atreots.
United States vs. Anthony Middletou (colored). - Steal
ing a boat.-John Frost, aworn : Had my boat fastened
to my fllii p. On Saturday saw two men taking It away ;
stopped them, and had thom arrested. Defendant Is
one of thom.
Honrylde, sworn : After supper Baw two men bailing
out tho boat. Asked them what they were going to do.
Said they woro going to take It away, Called first mate,
who had them arrested. Prisoner was one of the men.
Thov cast the boat off from the ship.
Robert Glover, sworn: Confiras Ide*? evidence.
Guilty; $15, or twenty dava' hard labor on the streets.
United States vi: John H. Daniels (colored).-- stealing
silver ware.-Policeman Ha-jkett, aworn ! In Cal tiouu
street, about 10 o'clock last night, was told this boy had
stolen silver forks, spoon.*? so, and I wai cMlel to
arrest him, which I did. Tho property belonged to Mrs.
Knight. Tho articles were at the Guard House when I
took the fellow in. He hld some of tho things in a bolo
whcro thoy could not bo found. Guilty; $60, or sixty
days' hard labor on tho streets.
United States r?. Houry Mitchell (colored).-Riot, Re
st?t Police -Policeman Jackson, sworn: Yesterday after
noon, about six o'clock, thero was a largo crowd gather
ed at tho cornor of Mectlng-ttreot and South Bay,
making a great nolso ami using disagreeable languago
to ladloB and Rontlo-ieu going by; Lieut. Hendricks, of
Police, riding by, ordered it to be stopped; lu endeavor
lug to stop It, and remov?? crowd ir.m Ma?azliio, one
reflated very much, and said ho i>?< damned if he would
go off; used forco and drove him off; largo crowd
gathorod at tho foot of tim mound, and defendant en
couraged crowd t<> go up and beat police off the mound ;
d d not wish to bavo troublo with him, advisod him to
go uway and stop talking; ho called mo down and said
ho wished to soo me; going down ho struck mo on the
face with hlB flat, knocking off my hat and knocking mo
some distance, without knocking mo down; be then
ran, and I pursued and captured him corner of King
and Lainboll streets ; I hore was a great crowd gathorod
there, but tho policemen on the spot kept them back,
and took prisoner to Guard Htuse.
Prisoner's autoiacnt.-Had just gone to Battery,
whon a parcel of boya ?.vero on tho bomb-proof ; Police
ordered us off mound. Jackson struck a boy, and I
asked him what ho did It for; he carno off the mound
and struck mo; I struck him back; knocked my pocket
book out of my pocket, and would not lot nie pick it
Negro boy, sworn: Confirms prisoner's statement, ex
cept instead of saying pollco-ion Btruck dofindant, said
he struck at him. Quilty; $10, or twenty days' hard
labor on streets.
Tilla last caso arises out of the riot of Sunday after
noon, and the proceedings show thonecoeslty of a prose
cuting officer on behalf of the United States to soo that
offenders against tho laws meet with their Just deserts.
Riot is a capital offonco at common law; but parties aro
brought up beforo this Court for complicity io riots, and
In their trial the riotous conduct is left oat oi conside
ration, and tho offonco treated aa simple disorderly
Auction Sales This Day.
LACKEY _ ALEXANDER will nell, this day, in their
atoro. No. 137 East Bay, opposlto North Atlantic Wharf,
at 10 o'clock, 17 barrels soda, pilot, jitmblos, tea, Scotch
and ginger schnapp biscuits and cakes ; also, oranges,
lemons, groceries, 4c.
COHEN, HANCESL k Co. will sell, this day, at the
north of the old Oustom-Houeo, at 11 o'clock, a vory de
sirablo lot of land, with tho brick walla and bricks
thereon, sltaatod on Vendue Bange.
Under tho direction of JAMES Terr-En, Esq., Mast
in Equity, will be sold, this day, at the old Custom
HOUBO, at 11 o'clock, a farm or tract of land In Christ
Church Parish, six miles from tho village of Mount
F. BACKUS will sell, thin morning, at his store. No. 130
Meeting street, opposite the Pavilion Hotel, at 10
o'clock, brandy, whiskey, wines, dry goods, si: aw
JAMES W. BBOWN A Co. will sell, this day, at their
atore, No. 116 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, manufactured
tobacco, sugar, aoap, segars, kc.
MOKAY _ CAM-BELL will Bell, this day, at th'.lr
atores, Hasel street, next tho Posto-leo, at 10 o'clock,
the balance of a country store-dry gooda, millinery,
MILES DRAKE will sell, this day, at bis store, cor
ner of King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, a largo
assortment of dry gooda, matting, Ac.
MILLIGAN, MELCHEBS & Co. will sell, thia day, at thi-ir
atoro, No. 20 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, ham??,
shoulders, pipes, starch, furniture, boots and shoes,
clothing, dry goods, kc.
BRUNS _ BEE will sell, thia day, beforo their atore,
No. 81 Saat Bay, at 10 o'clock, an assortment of bacon,
herrings, tobacco, *-_, Ac.
A. H. -BRABAMS k SONS will Bell, thia day, in front
of thoir atore, No. 27 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, four cases,
containing 516 mosquito neta ; also, boxes and baskets
FRUITS IN BRANDY, cordials, kc, can be fonnd at the
atoro of Messrs. KI.INCK k WICKENBEB-i, of a superior
quality; also articles of every description usually to bo
found in a well selected grocery. See advertisement.
THE OLDEST MEDICAL PRACTICE is that of the family.
Long before doctors wore known the head of the family
examined and proscribed for tho member?, From the
necessity of the casa the first and moat important stage
of every disease is treatoj by tho patient's parents or
nurse. Thia being so, how important that the moons
on hand should bo simple, ample and efficient.
HuM_HnEYh' HoMsorArma SFECIFICS (advertised in
another column), perfectly meet thia want, and should
bo in the hands of every intelligent family. Depot, No,
662 Broodway, New York. ! 0
A WORD BEFORE TOO LATE.-Are yon troubled with
Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Distress after Eat
ing, Poor Memory, Low Spirits, Pain in the Back, Great
Weakness, B?._ Breath, or any other symptom of that
horrid nightmare disease, Dyspep-ia ? If so, loso no
time, but procuro a bottle of
Thoy purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create * healthy appetite.
They aro an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
Thoy prevent mU.im.a_o and intermittent fevers.
Thoy purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
Thoy cure Dyapepala and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea and Cholera MorbuB.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Hoadaoho.
No obange of diet Is necessary while using PLANTA
TION BITTERS. Eat the best your money will buy and all
your stomach craves of It.
PLANTATION BITTERS strengthen the stomach and re
store ita healthy action. You will find them
PALATABLE, PORE, AND BELLUILE. tuthsS
An experienced Norse and Female Physician,
Proaonta to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,1
Which greatly facilitates the prooesa of Teething, bj
?Kittening the gums, reducing all inflammation^, WUJ
allay ALL PATH and spasmodlo action, and Is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOW ELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves,
Relief and Health to Tour Infants.
We have put up and sold this artlclo for over thirt?
years, And can say in confidence and truth of It what w
have never been able to say of an other modloine
NEVRlt HAB IT -AILED EN A BIN?LE INSTANCE TO
Err EOT A O IT RE, when timely used. Never did w e
know of an Instance of dtssaf-sfaotlon by any one who
nsed it On the oonlrary, all are doll_ht_ with Its ope
rations, and speak In terms of commendation of it?
magical effects and medical virtue?. Wespeaklntbii
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FU LFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE. In almost
ovory lnstanoe where the Infant ia suffering from pall
and oxbaustlon, relief will bo found In fifteen or twenty
minni-ia after the syrup Is administered.
Full dirootiona for using will accompany taeh bottle
None genuine unless the foe limits of CURTIS A PER
KINS, New Fork, Is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 3ff Cent? per lim tia. j
Tot ni. by
KINO & CASSIDEY.
F:.-_-T_l *-O -arid ?mu.
Sugar. Soap, Segars, &c.
.IAMKS \V. BHOIVN ?Iii CO.
Will sell THI3 DAY, at thol?- storo, No. 110 East Bay, at
25 BBLS. BROWN SOGAR
20 boxes Family Soap
25 bbls. Flour.
1 LAROE PLATFORM .SCALE.
Conditions cash. _ Juiio2f?
JAMES vv. mtimv co.
Will sell, TO-DAY, at tholr stoio, No. HO East Bay, at 10
50 boxes MANUFACTURED TORACOO.
Condltioia cash. June 3G
Balance of a Country Store-Dry Goods, Mil
linery, Notions, etc.
Mcl-AY ?At CAilIPIiELL,
Next Postntiicc, Iii? eel (Street,
Will sell, THIS DAY, 26th inst.. at 10 o'clock,
SHIRTING, HRO.VN HOMESPDN, Muallus, Barege
Grenadine, 4-4 Irish Linons, Bluo and Colored Veils,
Embroidered Cambric Handkerchiefs, Linen Shirt
Fronts, Suspomlors, Gronadino Shawls, Whito BOBO and
Half Hose, Linon Collars and Sleovos, Neck Ties.
LADIES' TRIMMED HAT8, various styles; Seasides,
White Dor bye, Cbincso 8hakor Hood?, French Flower,
Men's and Yontb's Trimmed Hats, Leghorn, Ac.
LINEN CLOTHING, Sacks, Coats, Pants, Boots and
Shoes, Ac, Ac.
NEEDLES, VIOLIN STRINGS, India Rubber and
Shell Combe, Nail Brashes, Tooth BraBhes, Braid,
Spool 811k, Coates' Cotton, Scissors, Jewelry, Fishing
Lines, Tuck Combs, Ac , &c.
Conditions cash. Jane 20
Brandy, Whiskey, Wines, Bry Goods, Straw
BY W. BACKUS.
Will be sold THIS MORNING, at 10 o'olook, at my
Store, No. 135 Meotlng-stroot, opposito Pavilion Hotel,
to close consignments,
6 quarter casks and 0 cases FINE OLD BRANDY
10 caaos old Bourbou Whiskey
Casos of Port, Sborry, and Angelica Wines
3 baskets Champagne
Feather Pillows and Bolstors
8 rolla Matting
1 case Smoking Tobacco
10 gross Matches
IMMEDIATELY AFTEB WILL DE SOLD:
. A large and varied assortment of DBY GOODS, con
sisting of: Plain Brown Linen, Indigo Blue Stripe, Mull
Muslin, Stripo Muslin, 3-4 Bleach Shirting, Huckaback
Tuwollng, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hoop Skirts,
a largo assortment of Hosiory, and a largo assortment
of Beady Modo Clothing, consisting oftjoats, Paute,
and Vests, suitable for the season; Ready Mado Shirts,
20 cases of STRAW GOuDS, consisting of Men's
Hats, Sundowns, Boys' Caps and Ladies' straw Bon
nets, with sundry other nick-nacks.
Sales positivo. No reserve. June 2G,
Dry Goods, Matting, de.
BY MILKS ORAKD. I
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my store,
corner of King and Liberty streets,
A large Involco of SEASONABLE BRY GOODS, Just
re?oives by steimshlp Moneka: . ? - I
Pieces Striped, Dotted, and Plain SWISS
Pieces Black and White Lawns
Pieces Figured Grenadine
Pieces French Balzarine
Pieces Prl i ted Lawns and plain Louo
PiccoB Birds' Eye Diaper
Pieces Towelling, Brown Homespun, English Long
cloth, Drill, Hickory Stripe, Farmer'B Linen Drill,
Brown Linen, Plain Delaine, Bhopberd's Plaid, Tweed,
M lton Olotb, Ac, bo.
Dozens L. B. Shirts, Ladies' Linen Dusters, Tucked
Skirts, Hoop Skirts, Hair Nets, Hosiery, Hair Brushes,
Neck Tics, Gents' Under Shirts, Linen and Paper Col
lara, Scissors, Ac, Ac.
Pieces 4-4 and 5-4 WHITE and COLORED MATTING.
Bacon, Herrings, Tobacco, Tea, dtc.
BY nutnvs At BEE.
WiR be sold THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, before our store,
No. 84 East Bay,
3 lilids RAOON SIDES
3 bbls Pickled Herrings
C quarter-boxes Chowlng Tobacco
1 cheat Black Tea, 80 lbs._Juno2C
Mosquito Nets ! Mosquito Nets ! Sale of Under
writers and all Concerned.
BY A. H. ABH.AHA.tlS at, SOIVS.
THI8 DAY, tho 2ilth lnst., at 10 o'clock, w will sell In
front of our Store, No. 27 Vonduo R-_g?,
4 cases, containing 545 MOSQUITO NETt), already
Boxea and baskets CHAMPAGNE, bo., bo.
June 36 . '
The Horrors of Indigestion.1
You complain of your stomach, unfortunate dyspeptic;
bnt ought not your stomach to complain of yon ? Pos
slbly the pangs you endure are simply the stomach's
method of taking revengo upon you for neglecting and
abusing it. Perhaps yon havo never made an effort to
improve ita condition, but on the other hand are bou*
tlnually cramming it with unwholesome and Incongru
ous food. Have you ever tried HOSTETTER'S STOM
ACH BITTERS, a proper diet, and regular deals ? The
Bitters in a week would put your digestive apparatus
in perfect ordor, regulate the flow of bile In accordance.
with the laws of health, and produce just so much
aperient action aa would bo necessary for your good;
and when you are once all right, judicious and regular
dieting, with a little of Uto Tonic now and thon, would
keep yon BO. if you have neglected these means of cure,
don't blame your stomach for its rebellion. It is merely
nature's hint that she wants help. If you neglect it, the
next thing may be Inflammation, or Bcirrhua Cancer, or
some other violent and dangerona disease. There ia
ancha thing as being too late In these mattera. HOB
TETTER'S BITTERS will cure Dyspepsia; but Dyspep
Bia may engender diseases which defy all restoratives.
Wonderful but True !
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologtst and 8omnambnllBtlc Clairvoyant, while in
clairvoyant state, delineates the very features of the por
son you are to marry, and by the aid of an Instrument
of intonso power, known as the Psyohomotropo, guar
antees to produce a perfect and Rfe-llke picture of the
future husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, Ac.
This Is no imposition, as testimonia?- without number
can assort. By stating placo of birth, ago, disposition,
color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
ceive the plcturo by roturu mail, together with deslrod
Address In confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. O. Box 287, West Troy, N. Y.
May 8_ tnths8mo
TEI-WEEKLY HACK LINE
BETWEEN LAURENS AID NEWBERRY.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 18TH INSTANT,
the HAOK will connect with the up train on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with the down train
ou MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus pasaengors can be carried through from Colum
bia to Laurena In ONE DAY-arriving at Lauro * s by 9
o'olook tho samo day Uley loavo Columbia. Passengers
can leave Laurens at 6 o'olook A. M. and arrive at
Columbia same day at 7 o'clook.
Every comfort Is affordod passengers which could be
expected on a stage Une. T. B. CREWS,
Laurens, Juno 10, I860. thstulmo Juno 31
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased this favorite booie. It
BEFITTED AND REFURNISI?ED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And h now prepared with the most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
The first position among first-class Hotela will be
nalntalned in the future, aa In tho past.
Us* HI ?KM BAJUR ?k .FARLEY,
Oranges, limons, Groceries <_r
BY LAUI.l. _ it AI.KXANDKR,
THI8 DAY, 2Cth Inet., will bo sod, lu onr More No 137
Eabt Hay, oppimito Nurtli Atlantic Wharf, ut lOoVIock
fi boxes OKANOi-.H *
14 boxoB LeuimiH
c> bbls. Flour
8 ha'f bbls. Pig Fork
7 bbls. U. 8UR_r
r> hills. p< iii Trini-?ltira
7 bbls. Prim?- l'or** Hi-ail?
loo Bagar Oured ' -nu
ISO Hugur Cured Slioiilners
10 bbls. riLiit.il' i. !)..!
10 bbls. Vinegar
1 bli!. oi?l N??i i Whiskey
10 boxos Ttiba??' . '., uu.l M 111. Lumps
8 half boxes di 1< n"n utnl Koady
35 boxoH Usera .nu I'uuper Sauco, 'J'omato Culenp,
4 hits Matkeri-I .v.-. ile, Ac.
CondltioiiK nab. June 20
Hiscutt*, ?m m fount of all concerned.
BY LAI l?J? \ ?. AI.K-AMJI'.ll.
THIS DAY, Uth II,Mont, will bo sold m our Store,
No. 137 East B*>, ovpt-tttu \<?th Atlantic Wharf.?*?
10 o'clock, on a< co?.m <>l tlu? Underwriters and all
17 barrels Soda I'lU.i. Jumbles, Tea, Scotch _n_
Ginger 8chnapp BH-IT1 8 ,M) 0AKE8.
Conditions C-li. -i ? _
."IIII.I.KiA ?*, ?IKI.IIIKIIS At << .
Will KfcUTHlH DAY. VU li liiMutit, at No.-. _du_
I Millie, ut IO o'clock,
100 PRIME HAM
GOO lbs. primo Mm 11 Mora
SO boxes Pipen
- boxos Htari'li
6 boxes Family Hosp
10 boxes Knell? li I'a.tilo Su'(i
3 bblB. and 10 kit H sinck??iel.
A i ?so, ,
MOHAIR OSA i PS, Ciib, Bedsteads, Tables
1 Carriage, 1 ijulKy.
Cases BOOT8 AND SnOEB, Men's Foil Hat?, Alpa_
Coata, Linen rackets. Pants, Mosquito Notting, Long
Olotb. Cassim eros, Muslin, Drena Plaids, Prints, De
laines, Shawls, kc, Ac. June28
-111 1.1.1 c? \\, II l-l. lill. HS i- C?. f
Will Boll on -HUR8DAY, July 5th, at 11 o'clock,Ia
Storohoueo on Wharf, north of Slmiir? 8bip Yard,
1 LOT WROUGHT AaND 0A8T IRON
I lot Cant Iron l'ipn, 5 feet long, 3 inch boro
1 lot Wrought Iron Hplkcs
1 lot Holts and NutB
1 lot Gas Pipes
1 lot Panel Poors
1 largo Haystack Boiler
1 lot Live Oak Ship 11mber, Ac. ft?. June23
Desirable Property on Vendue Range.
BY COIIKN, IMIVi KKL ?St CO.
TB18 DAY, 20th June, at 11 o'clock, will bo sold,
tho north of tho Exchange,
All that LOT OF LAND With tho BH?0K WALLS and
BRICKS ihoreon, situated at tho southwoat cornent
Vendue Rango and Prlolcan-atrrct, measuring on Van.
dno Range Qlty-alx (56 ioet), by sixty -tinco feet eight
lucho? (G3 feet 8 inches) ou Prloleau-street, more or loas.
Bounded on the north by Vendue Range; oast by Prlow
lean-street; south by Btreot loading to Brown's Wharf,
and weal by lands of-.
Terna-la) one-fourth oaeh; balance by bond, payable
in three equal annual inatalmenta, with lntereat from
date of sale, secured by a mortgage of the property.
Purchaser to pay us for papera. June?
UNO Kit DECREE IN _CQ,UITY.
Hale vs. Cater.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undoralgned, ?t
the old Onatom Hou?e, in this city, THL8 DAY, tua
26th of Juno, 18CG, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
ALL TRAT FAK.U OR TRACT OF LAND sit?atela,
the Parish of Ohriat Church, District of Charleston,
about six miles from the village, of Mount Pleasant, and
on the sea shore, containing 320 acres, more or less],
bounded east on lands of John Hamlin, BOUUIweat oat
lands of Daniel Whltesldes, and to the northwest on
lands now or late of the estate of William Matthews.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance In ono and two
years, secured by bond of the purchaser and morlgaaa
of the premises, with lntereat from day of aale, payable
annually. Purchaser to pay the taxes due and fo_
papors. JAMKS TUPPER.
Juno 20 atuthB_Maa ter to Equity.
Houses and Lots in Columbus-street.
BY SHUT? di HcOIhUVARV.
Will be sold on tho iteos of tho old Custom House, on
FRIDAY MO UN INO next, the 29th In st , at 10_
All that LOT OF LAND lying on the north side at
Columbi!?, atlee t, and the west corner of Bobbin's 0o_-_
between Meeting-street and the track of the Bou'h Caro
lina Railroad, measuring 33 tcot front on I lol umbus
street, by 110 feet deep, more or less; together with tha
Buildings thereon, consisting of a neat and c >mfort_bia
two and a half story Dwelling of wood, with four up
right rooms, now renting f?r SOO _ or month, and?
small two atory house in tho rear, on Bobbin's Court,
which rents for $12 per month.
Conditions cash. Purrb&aer to pay us for papers.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BE SOLD
the three LOTS OF LAND to the north of, and adjoin
ing, the above, fronting on Bobbin's Court, and known
as lots C, D and E, as per plat or the lato Rob t. K. Paine,
City Surveyor, to bo aeen at our offlco. Theso los mea
aure each 30 feet front on Bobbin's Court, by 81 feet
deep, more or leas. They are at present enclosed as
one lar_ square, but will bo sold separately or together.
Three Bmall but comfortable dwollingB could bo built
on these lota, giving abundant yard room, and yielding
a profitable interest on the Investment.
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay ua for papers.
June 25 _^^
THE UNITED t>TATJ_ MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, located in the City of Charlea ton, S. O. i
will be aold to the h-?best bidder, subject to the .ap
proval of tho bid by tho Secretary of the Treasniry,ti
12 M., JULY 19th, 1806, on the promit es.
Terms of Sale-$1000 cash; balance in equal payments
of thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Certificate of Sala
will be given at the time, and the deeds to be oxeouted
upon the payment of tho last Instalment of the purchaM
money. A. G. MAOEEY,
Juno 19_Collector of Custom-.
Farm near Summerville.
JAMKS 1?. GANTT
Offers at Private 8ale
A FA h M of 240 acres, within a mile and a half of tha
Summerville Depot. The improve-ionia consist ofa
very neat, new Cottage of four rooms, lathed and
plastered, kitshen and other requisite outbuildings.
Thirty acree, encloied with a good Htibstant'al fonce,
and twenty of them under cultivation. It haa boen
fully tested and Is perfectly healthy, an oocom-ioda
tlon train now runs regularly beti? con Summer ville and
the city, making thla a very convenient re-iIdonoofor.
one doing business in the city. It will be sold at
very low price. . Apply as above at
N. W. CORNER -HOAD AND CHURCH-STREETS.
June 22 i ftutbS
MACPHERSON & DONALD SMI TH
BREWERS OF FINE PALE AIES & PORTER
WEST f8TMST BfT^ 7 _8AVE? NEY, YORK.
GEO. W. (?LARK & CO,
I* l . 7
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY, OF TB_
above oelebrated ALE, acknowledged to _
the best in the market, aro now prepared to supply _M
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand tho ollmato.
For sale in barrels and hall barrels.
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT^
Kos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARP,
OFFER FOR 811-8, LOW FOR (JASH:
HEIDSIKOK OnAMPAQNE, QUARTS AND PINTi
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases and In casks
CLARET WINES, in cases, pints and half pints
CORDIALS, In cases-a variety
BITTEUS IE. Q. Rolf), in cases
BRANDIES, In oases and in casks
GINB, In oases and In casks
RUM, In cases
WHISKIES, In cases and In caakn
ALB, in oases, quarts and pints
LAGER BEER, in quarter barrels, alxo in c_t_.p__c_fL
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