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Th.e Daily USTews.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1866.
SUT SEE SECOND AND THIBD PAGES. -??
FOUBTH or JULY.- In accordance with a time-honor
ed custom, our prlntors to-day will colebrato tho Na
tional Anniversary, and tho readers of tho NEWS will
expect no paper to-morrow.
MOLE STOLEN.- Attontlon is lnvitod to an advertise
ment of a stolon malo, to which an addition has boon
WK ABE Indebted to Mr. QUINN for a copy of Le Bon
Ton, tor July, which Is tbo favorito of all the fashion
magazines with tho ladles. The "patterns" that accom
pany it aro ready for Immcdlato use in tho bands of
even tho most unskilful drossmakor.
OHABLKSTON CLUB HOUSE.-Attontlon Is called to the
meeting advertised In another column, for Thursday
evening. Tho mombors of the Club aro particularly re
quested to attend, as matters of vital importonc o are to
be brought boforo the mooting.
NEW STEAM FIRE ENGINE.-The engine of the Young
America Fire Engino Company has arrived, and may bo
seen at Messrs. NATHAN k OTTOLENGOI'S, corner of
Mooting and Woatworth-atreets.
EXHIBITION AT THE COLLEGE.-The dissolving views
wero exhibited successfully at the Charleston College
last night by Professor HOLMES. The statuary exhibit
ed on canvas was romarkablo, seeming to bo in fall ro
lief. The artificial fireworks, though nothing at all Uko
flroworks, woro very beautiful and very wonderful.
Professor HOLMES deserves great credit for his inde
fatigable efforts ou bohalf of the CoUego. There will bo
another interesting exhibition on Friday night, and we
bespeak It a large attendance.
MUBDEB.- We oro pained to learn of the sudden
death of B. S. RHETT, Esq., at tho hinds of a cowardly
assassin. Tho particulars, as far as thoy havo reached us,
are those : Mr. RHKTT left his home aftoi dinner yes
terday to visit his farm, In the rear of the Race Course,
as la his custom dolly. Upon entering the gate of his
farm, he was fired at twice, one shot immediately after
the other. Tho gun was loaded with duok shot, and
could not have boon moro than ten paces off. Ono shot
took effect in the left arm, just below the shoulder, and
in the Bide. No one was in the Immediate vicinity at
the time. Mr. RHETT rode about twenty paces, when
he fell from his horso, and died about three-quarters of
an hour afterward upon the spot where ho fell. His
eon and Dr. MITCHELL arrived there a short time before
The funeral will take place this evening. '
THE QUAKEB CITY.-Wo rogrot to learn that this fa
vorito vessel will make only one more trip to and from
this city prior to the commencement of the fall season.
It seems to be the Intention of her enterprising owners,
Messrs. LEAHY BBOTHEBS, to withdraw her for some little
time, in order that she may be placed in complete and
elegant condition for the coming season. Under her popu
lar commander, Oapt. WEST, the Quaker City has become
justly a favorite with the travelling community to and
from this point, and we hopo that she will como back to
us next fall, undor her present Captain, with all tho ad
vantages she promises to bring.
We leam, too, that it is the intention of Messrs.
IJXABY BBOTHEBS to pat on the line a new Bldowheeler,
built for the purpose, of grand and magnificent propor
tions. That thoy also oontomplato, in connection with
other shipping merchants, to place a fino Une, to con
nect with the New York and Charleston steamers, from
this point to Havana. We loam that the Andalusia will
take the place of the Quaker City during her resting
COUIIT OF GKNEBAL SESSIONS AND COMMON PLEAS.
Court met at 10 A. M. The . roll of the Jury WSB
called, and the Court proceeded to try the case of the
State vs. JNO. B. MOCLUBE and JAB. O. MOPHEELY, for
Larceny. The Attorney-General appeared for the State,
and THOB. P. BYAN, Esq., and L. O. NOBTHBOP, E?q,
for MCOLUBE, and THEO. G. BAB KEB, Esq., for MO
PHEELY. Tho following Jury was empannelled : W. H.
GILLILAND, Foreman; J. W. T. WBAQUE, E. J. JONES,
T. WINBEBO, DAN'L SHEA, H. D. LOVE, 3. E. SEMSE, 3.
W. PBESBHAN, H. TDCKEB, J. H. CHEPED?, J. F. JOR
DAN, E. HEFFKBMAN. Tho indictment was read, charg
lug the prisoners with unlawfully carrying away one
wagon belonging to United States Government
Mr. W. R. Hoyt deposed that he Is wagon master for
the United States Government. About the last of May
the wagon was missed. There had been a sole of wag
on? near the Battery; about 7 o'clock the wagon waa
there, two hours later it was gone. Baw the tracks, and
following thom up traced it to the prisoners. Reported
the case to Capt Hunt, who made an affidavit to Magi?
trate Whiting, and had the parties arrested. The wag.
on waa found on Tradd street near King. Mr. Haas
occupied the yard, and gave information about the
prisoners. The wagon was identified by his brother,
who was acquainted with the wagon.
Cross-examined by T. P. Byan, Esq.-The wagons have
been generally kept In the street on account of the want
Cross-examined by T. G. Barker, Esq., for McPheely
The wagon had been bid off, but not being paid for was
8till in the possession of the United States. It was pur
chased by a 3. Lenard, but not paid for.
O. N. Hoyt deposed that he is in United States service,
In the shipping department Accompanied his brother,
and identified the wagon by the name J. Lenard written
on It in chalk, and by other marks. About four hours
after he missed the wagon he went to the premises and
Cross-examined by T. G. Barker-Does not know whe
ther the wagon was taken away by any agent of J. Le
nard or not.
Jno. Haas deposed : That be 1B a wheelwright; waa,
called upon by three men four or five weeks ago, who
offered him a wagon for sale; offered them $25 for it;
they consented, and he gave Mcclure the money; the
wagon was in tho street when he first saw it; it had no
pole, and one wheel was damaged; they asked $80, but
finally agreed lo take $26; gave the money to Mcclure,
but the third mon, Miller, claimed it; the parties
brought the wagon into his yard; Mr. Hoyt carno tho
Cross-examined.- Was at the sale and bought somo
wagons himself; did not know though whether the
wagon he bougbt was one of the lot sola.
Geo. Ahrene deposed that he was ?lttlog at the door
when the thres men called for Haas, and he went to call
him; when he returned the wagon was in front of the
door; his uuole, Haas, poid for it in the yard; Miller
claimed the money, and sold that McOlure hod only
been hired by him; does not know what became of the
money ; it was between 7 and 8 P. M., about dark; the
parties wanted $80, but bis undo would only give $26;
and Miller sold, "take it, the wagon la mine."
Lieutenant H. W. Hendricks deposed that he ar
rested Mcclure at the corner of Church and Obalmers
streets, and took bim to a MaJIstrate; McOlare said that
he had got a third of the money, and admitted the fact
of taking the wagon from the Bay.
Captain Hunt, United States Quartermaster, deposed
that he Is United States Quartermaster; there was a
sale of wagons on the Battery; the terms of the sale
were that no property was to delivered until paid for;
the wagon in question bad been bid off bat not paid for.
Cross-examined-The property was to be paid for the
day of the aal?; but he would have waited a day on the
First witness for the defendant, McPheely.-O. H. 81
monton, Esq., doposed that he know MoPheely du
ring the whole war; know him to be deflcleat in under
standing, easily Imposed upon, and not responsible for
Crott-examintd.-tJe performed the ordinary and
common duties of a soldier, but no responsible ones; he
was always being modo a cat's-paw of.
Colonel McOrady, witness for defendant, McOInro,
dopos<d that Mcclure was In his regiment, was a good
soldier, and never heard anything derogatory to his
Cross-examined.- Thought that a colon?! could form a
very good idea of a soldier's oharaoter In his own regi
L. O. NOBTHBOP, Esq., argued the case In behalf of
his client, MOCLUUE. THOO. P. RYAN, Esq., followed in
behalf of the same party. THBODOBC O. BABXKB, Esq.,
briefly argued the cass of his client, MCPUEKLY, show
ing the imbecility of his oharaoter. The Attorney-Gene*
ral argued the case for the State. Judge DAWKINS re
viewed the testimony advanced both by the State and
the defence, and charged the Jury. The Jury retired,
and, after a short abs cn co, returned a verdict of "Not
Guilty," and tho prisoners woro discharged from cus
The Court proceeded to try the case of EBNEST VS.
CORDES, to provo tho identity of a mulo taken by a
Doited Statua soldier from EnNEST, and bought by
CORDES. B. O. PREBSLEY, Esq., for plaintiff, aud T. Y.
SIMONS, Esq., for defendant.
Dr. Joseph Murray deposed that ho was acquainted
with both plaintiff and defendant; that ho had chargo
of Mr. Ernest's plantation whllo ho was in tho army;
tho mulo was missed early lu March, 1805; had known
tho mulo fir about a year; bad never seou tho mulo
slnco, until last spring, in tho possession of Capt.
Cordes, and has no doubt of Us Identity.
Cross-examined-Tho plaintiff was lu tho army in the
6th Cavalry during tho whole war; wont to Vir,-iiii i in
tho spring of 1811; ltvos about three miles from Er. cat's
plantation; had seen tho mule about three weeks before
it was missed; does not kuow how the mule was taken
.hamilton Murray deposed that ho lives near Colonel
Ernest's plantation; had known tho mulo about a year
boforo tho war and had riddon it; has slnco soon tho
mule in the possession of Captain Cordes' son, abont a
week ago; has no doubt that it is Col. Erinst's mulo.
Crost-exatnined-Does not know how many mules Col.
Ernest has; tin mule had singular tricks, such as
squeaking whon any one talked to nor; recognized tbo
mule In young Cordes' possession about three months
K. H. FerrlU deposed tbat he had known the mule
for aoven years, and had Been it often in that time; knew
the mule by the mark of a sear npon it; bas tbo samo
sear now; tho mulo was worth about $260.
Crost-exatnined.-It was a grown mulo whon ho first
saw it; had last seen it in tho fall of '01, in Colonol
Benjamin Mclnnis, fur tho defenco, deposed that be
la a blacksmitb, residont of Charleston ; was called upon
by a Mr. O'Brien to tell the ago of a mule, and he de
cided It to bo six years old; doos not know to whom the
male was Bold.
John Delghan deposed tbat ho was called upon to ex
amine a mule lo coonectlon with Mr. Mclnnis; does
not know who bought the mule.
T. Y. SIMONS, Esq., argued the cas?lo behalf of the da
fondant. B. O. PRESSLEY, Esq., followed, for tbo plain
tiff. Judge DAWKINS charged tho jury, who returned a
verdict for tho dofondant.
The Court, on account of (he 4th bolng a general holi
day, adjourned until 10 A. M. Thursday.
Errata.-An unintentional error was commlttod in
the roport of a motion to dissolve an attachment men
tioned In Tuesday's lasue. It was therein stated that
the Judge ooosidered the matter too complicated for his
adjuJicitlon. This was incorrect Judge DAWKINS re
futed to endorse the motion, but told the parties that
they could carry it up to the Court of Appeals. Tno
error in tho report arose from a misapprohonalon of
this statement of the Judge. The Court was amply ablo
to adjudicate the case, but refusing to grant the motion,
told tbe counsel that thoro was a higher court to wblph
they could carry It In the report made an Inferonce
was drawn that the Court waa limited in its ability and
jurisdiction. No such inference waa Intended, and wo
gladly make the amende honorable on this occasion.
PROVOST COUBT, July 3.-United States.vt -
(oolored).-Assault and Battery of a colored woman.
This was an amusing case, developing the matrimonial
rolatlons of frcedmon. Several witnesses proved rath
er conclusively that the defendant had committed the
assault and battery, and he himself admitted the fact
belog asked if he had any witnesses to offer, defendant
replied tbat he had none but himself and his God
Being asked what he had to say for himself, he made a
rambling and impassioned atatemeot, from which we
gather tho following: Defendant bad married a woman
with children. Whether she waa a widow or not
did not appear. The woman's mother and other
relatives Imposed themselves on the charity of defend
ant, and when ordered oat of his boase took with them
all of his wife's children who were ablo to work, and
left those that were unable. Defendant, in bia mag
nanimous way, told bia wife not to mind ; that ho had
been supporting ah her children, and could continue to
Subsequently the mother and relatives en matte
charged apon defendant's wife in a passage, and de
fendant, with tbo gallantry of a true husband, rushed to
her rescue. In his particular gallantry towards hla
wife, he forgot his gallantry to the fair sex lu general,
and struck one of the women in the face. Be was lame
of one hand by rheumatism, otbeiwlso might have done
even more damage. As It waa, he waa struck in the
face by a brick, and was abont to becomo a sacrifico to
the vengeance of the relatives, when be was saved by
the valor of bia wife, who succeeded in driving off tbo
crowd. Having exhausted "bis eloquence, tbo prisoner
was silent, and waa sentenced to pay a hoe of $10,
or twenty days' hard labor ou the streets.
United States vs. Jimmy (colored).-Assault and
Battery.-Thomas Snow, a worn : Coming out of shop
yesterday evening ran against defendant and he oorsod
me and struck me with a brick and nearly knocked me
do Va. He accused me of drawing a knife on bim, bat I
did not oor did I know anything of bim. $6 or ten
days' hard labor on the streets.
United States vi. Sam. Larkins (colored)-Stoallng
Winea^-No witness appearing, prisoner discharged.
United States vs. Fields (oolored)-Beating Harriet
Robinson-Carrying Concealed Weapons.-policeman
Fuller sworn: Baw a revolver taken from person of
prisoner, in the Guavd House, yesterday, 6 to 6 P. M. ;
it was carried io his pantaloons pocket; a small revolver
in bad condition; doesn't know .whether it was loaded;
saw the stock out of the pocket before it was taken
United States vi. Jamea Henry (oolored)-Stealing
Poultry.-Pleads guilty. Stole five small chickens.
?PoUoeman -- sworn; Saya they are ducks-five
ducks and one chicken.
Thirty daya' hard labor.
MAYOR'S COURT, Tuesday Morning, July S.-A coarse
woman in a white bonnet waa up for trying to get in the
private entrance of a hotel at an unseasonable hour of
tbo night There being no suitable place to lock her up
she waa discharged.
A dog for biting a man was sentenced to death.
A pan for shooting a pistol waa unod $8.
THE Columbia (8.0.) Phoenix of Tuesday, the 3d in st,,
states that "To-day ia to be devotod by the ladles of Co
lumbia to the decoration of the graves of tho Confed
erate soldiers-their kindred and defenders. The cere,
monies will ho quite impoi-ing, and we slnceroly hope
that the requestor the Indies wlR be universally com
piled with-that all our citizens wUl unite in these pious
and io terca ting ceremonlea. "
BO-TKXSS NOTICE.-Wo call attention to Mr. JOHN
OO-O-TMS. He offers one hundred cases of shoes, com?
prising summer atylea, for ladles, gen ta andohRdren, at
retail, for two months. Fifty cents on each pair will
certainly be saved by the purohaaer, besides getting a
prime shoe for wear.
Call at No. 187 Meoting-strcet, up atairs, nearly oppo
alte to Hoyne-stroot, slgu of the Big Shoe. tuthaO
To WHOM IT MAY OONOTB*.-Whereat, we have, dur:
Ing the past three years, sold great quantities of the
wonderful household Remedy,
for the cure of Dyspepsia, Hour Stomach, Headache,
Palo In the Side, Heartburn, Feverish Lips, bo,, be.;
Whereas, no instance haa come to our knowledge,
wherein PLANTATION BITTERS have not given perfect
and completo satisfaction; and
Whereas, wo believe PLANTATION BITTERS to be a
gr^at national and family -leasing; now, thereforo, It la
Resolved, that we will continue to make PLANTATION
Brr-r"n_, and dispense them to our suffering fellow
men; that we will preserve thoir perfectly pure ttandard,
and manufacture them with the greateat care; and that
we will, by every meana In oar power, publish to the
whole world the glad tidings that we have found in
PLANTATION IIITTE-S a euro, perfect Remedy for Dys
pepsia and aU ita awful train of horrid nightmare dis
Wltneaa our hand ar* i seal 1
New York Oit-, _<*65. } P. H. DBASE b 00. [L.S. j
July 8 tnths8
Du. HOJ-PHREY*' SPEOI?IO HOM<_OP_THIO REMEDIES
for families ara viewed with favor by au Intelligent
citizens, In and out of profession. The medicines or
ipcclflo foreaoh diaoaae la ?applied in proper qaan titles
with full directions in a small book, and they have been
the mean? of effecting vary great benefit. The system
of having ?apeoiflo for eaoh particular dUeaae, orglna
t?d with Dr. H., and haa been elaborated and extended
with great care, and for their aimpllclty and em doney
leave but little to be desired. Dopot, No. 662 Broadway
N. y. ?
Chai leaton Board of Trade.
Tho Regular Monthly Meeting of tho Board of Trado
took placo at 8 P.M., yesterday. Tho minutes of tho
previous mooting wero road -ml approved.
Letters of application wore road from H. L. JF.FFEBS,
TUEO. A. WlLBDB, WM. BlBNIK. JOSEPH H. RlHLKY, W.
J. MAUBATH, and JOHN FEBOUSON.
Mr. MARSHALL, tho Chairman, road tho Roport of tbo
Exccutlvo Committee, which ts of great Interest aud Im
portance, and was adoptod.
The following Roport from tho Committee on Wharf
age formed a part of the Roport of tbo Executive Com
mittee, and as it is of great importance to tho commer
cial interest at present, wo publish It In full.
CUABLEBTON, S. OU July 2, I860.
To the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board
of Trade, Charleston, S C:
The Special Commlttco of Three, appointed Juno 12,
1860, for tho purposo of inquiring whothor the ratos of
wharfago now charged hythe wharf-holde :H aro In ac
cordance with tho rates established by the law of tho
State, beg leave to roport tho following:
Your Commlttco find, after careful examination of tbo
law and tho rates charged up to 18C5, that tbero is about
QO por cent, over-charged abovo legal rates, and
from 1865 to tho present timo about 100 per cent,
ovor-charged abovo legal ratos-both of which
tho annexed table exhibits. Owing to the large
outlay made by wharf-holdors In rebuilding their
wharves, wo suggest to this Commlttco to Bottclt tho
wharf-holders to re-establish tbo rates of wharfago of
18G0, ho loving these rates to bo fair aud just under the
present state of things. Respectfully,
E. PLATT, Chairman.
PACKAGEB AND CON
Jt <& t-5
Anchors, small slze.each
Anchors, G cwt and up
Anchors, 12 cwt.
Apples per bbl.
Beef per bbl.
Boor per bbl.
Brradpor bbl., email....
Bread per keg.
Boards of all kinds from
? and upwards per 1
Bark, Tanners, per cord
Brick per M.
Butter per keg.
Blades, Corn, per 1 M.
Bottles per groes.
Bolls of Canvas, Osna
burgs, Ac, per bolt...
Bags Sugar, Coffeo and
Butts of 200 gale, and
upward B, each....
Boxes of Soap, Candios,
Ac. per box.
Barrels Beef, ko, per
Cheese per 1 hundred
Older per bbl.
Corn in bulk, per 10C'
Corn per bbl..
Coffee por bbl.
Coffee per bag.
Coffee per hhd.
Coaches and other four
Cool per ton.
Cordage of all kinds per
Cannons, 12 cwt.and up
Candles, per box....
Chocolate, per box.
Cordials, per box..
Chests of I rowers, each
Firewood per cord.
Fustic per ton.
Flour por bbl.
Fish per quintal...
Grain, In bulk, per 100
Gunpowder per keg.
Glass, Window, por box
Hides, Baw and Tanned,
Hay per bale.
Hoop Poles por IM.
Hoop Poles per 1 M, In
Hbds of Goods about 63
gallons per hhd...*....
Hhds of Goods about 120
gallons per hhd.
Hbds Rum, Wine, Ac,
Hhds r-ugar, Coffee, Ac,
Hhds Sugar, Coffee, Ac,
above 1000 lbs.
Iron and other heavy
goods per ton.
Kegs of Shot, Point, Ao ,
of small sise, each....
Kegs Tallow and such
like articles, each
Kegs .Liquor of smaller
slzo than ? casks, each
Logwood per ton...
Llgnua Vitm per ton
Lime per 100 bushels...
Lord per keg.
Laths for plastering per
Laths for shingling, Ac,
Mahogany and other
heavy Wood, per 1000
Oats, in bulk cf 100
Pitch per bbl.
Pork per bbl.
Peas In bulk, per 100
Plank reduced to 1 inch,
per IM feet.
Pots, iron, each.
Paints in small kegs_
Pimento, Ac. per bag,
Potatoes in bulk, per 100
Potatoos per bbl.
Quintals of Fish, Ac,
Rosin per bbl.
Bum per hhd.
Rum per bbl.
Raisins in small boxes,
Salt In bulk, per 100
Shingles per M.
Staves, bbl, per M.
Ship Broad per Hero?...
Shot in kegs, each..:...
Stones, Grind, each.
Stones, large Mill, each.
Spars for vessels.
Stills of small size.
Stills of 200 gallons and
Segars per box..........
Soap per box.
Sofft and Settee.
Sugar per bbl.
Sugar per hhd, 1000 lbs
Taipei}Uno per bbl
Tar per bbl/.
Timber reduced to 1 Inch
measure, per 1000 feot
Trunks of Goods, Ac,
Wine per pipo or hhd.
Wine per half pipe....
Wine per quarter pipe
Mr. MOIBBoffered the following resolution :
Resolved, That a Special Committee of Three bo ap
pointed by the Chair to asoertaln what rates of frolght
and paasago all the railroad companies In this State are
authorized by law to charge; showing also the rotes
now charged by such roads; and to roport to this Board
as soon as convenient. Adopted.
The Chair appointed on this committee Messrs. E.
PLATT, OHAS. H. MOISE and B. S. BnuNS.
The candidates for membership whose letters of ap
plication hr.cl been read were next balloted for and all
On motion, the Board was adjourned.
BREWSTER & SP?ATT,
Attorneys at Law and Solleltora In Equity,
OFFICE NO. M BBOAD-OTREET,
DIGESTERS, ICE COOLERS,
TOILET BETTS, JAPANNED AND BLOOK TIN
LOCKS, HINGES, BOLTS, NAILS, largo vorloty
COTTON SWEEPS AND 81'RAW GUTTERS.
By 8. R. MARSHALL,
July 4 w13 No. 310 King-Btreet.
LIMERICK. KIRBY AND BAIT HOOKS
NETT YARN, SEINE TWINES, FISH LINES, Cot
ton. Hair and Silk
REELS, narara RODS, MULLET AND SHRIMP
NETS, and FISH LINE8, ready tor uso
BULLETS. HAND AND FOOT LINES.
A large Stock at Wholesale and Retail, by
S. R. MARSHALL,
No. 310 Klng-streot,
Third door below 8ocloty-strcot.
Stop Thief; Yon are Outwitted at Last!
WHITE'S PATENT MONEV DRAWER.
JUST REOEIVKD, A LOT OF THESE VALUABLE
ALARM MONEY DRAWERS, and for Bato at Artist
Supply, Paint and Oil Store, No. 62 Quoen-stroot.
Call and examino them.
JOS. W. HARRISSON A SON,
Agents for tho Btato of South Carolina.
Jnly 4 wfs3
1 A A OA8E8 OF SHOES, COMPRISING SUMMER
1\J \J STYLES, for Lad los, Gents and Children , aro
offered AT RETAIL, for two month?, at No. 187 MEET
ING-STREET. UP STAIRS, nearly oppoaito to Hayuo
street. All pnrchasors will certainly oavo fifty conts on
each pair of Shoes, togothor with havlag a primo artlclo
for wear. JOHN COMMINS,
No. 137 Meotiug-stroot, Up Stairs,
July 3 tuthsO Sign of tho Big Shoe.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
Factors ami Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTUN, 8. C.
. Jnly 4_ 3mo
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,
No. ?01 BAST BAY,
OHART.-F1STOIT, S. O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared to procuro FREIGHTS and OHAB
TERS. Masters of vessels having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying u
GEO. A. HOPLEY A CO.
MOTTET, HUOHET A CO.
WM. P. HALL.
MORDEOAI A CO.
MARSHALL, BEACH & CO.
ROB'T MURE A CO.
WILLIS A OHISOLM.
N0 EXTORTION ! N0 IMPOSITION
STAY NOT LIMITED !
CONCAVE AND CONVEX
TO SUIT ALL AGES AND SlftHTS
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE SUPPLY OF THE ABOVE, and wUl guar
antee as satisfactory an adaptation to each and every
caso prosented, as can bo had la any other establish
ment lu the South.
?-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, or NO CHARGE
ALLAN & SIDDONS,
No. 307 KINO-8TBBBT,
SION OF THE GOLD SPECTACLES.
June 38 thstu
GLAS 8 - W.AJRE.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOB SALE BY
WILLIAM $. WUILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-8TREET.
CUE LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIA RP BALLS, OU ES, Ac.
WILLIAM ii, WUILDEN & CO,,
June IB fmw3moa No. 3W KING-STREET.
PLATBB AND SILVER SPOONS 'j_
FORKS, CASTORS. TEA TRAY8
DISH OOVEB8, TABLE MATS
TABLE OUTLEBY and
For sale by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM ti. WUILDEN ? CO.,
June 15 ___________ No- aag ____________
SPECTACLES Ail EMISSES
PEREOSOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SUIT ANY
WILLIAM ti. WUILDEN & CO.,
June IS ___________ No. aw KING-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM ti. WUILDEN & CO.,
No. 3S5 KING-STREET.
WATCHES AN? JEWaiLRY REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND BIL VER PURCHASED.
WILBUR & SON,
UENEUAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALIS BOOMS,
Nos* l8 and 16 State-street and Nos. 1 ant
OHABLESTON, 8. O.
April a mwf
MILLIGAN, MfCLCIIKRg Ai CO.
Will seR TO-MORROW, July _th. at 11 o'clock, In
Storehouse on Wharf, north of Marsh's Ship Yard
I LOT WROUGHT AND CAST IRON
1 lot Caat Iron Pipes, 5 feot long, 8 Inch boro
1 lot Wrought Iron Spikes
1 lot Bolts and Nuts
1 lot Gas Pipes
1 lot Panel Doors
1 large Haystack Boiler
1 lot Live Oak Ship limber. Ac. Ac. July 4
Hams, Shoulders atid Sides.
MILLIGAN, MELCIIKR- Si CO.,
No. ?O Vendu? Klinge,
WiU sell, TO-MORROW, 6th inst., at 10 o'clock,
:t hlidH. HAMS
1 hhd. Shoulders
2 boxes Bacon Sides.
Just received per Quaker City. July 4
MILLIGAN, MELCHERS ?St CO.
Will sell, on FRIDAY. 13th Instant, on Accommodation
Wharf, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
1 SMOKESTACK, 6 feet dlomctor, 30 feet loon.
Estate Sale of House and tot, Shepherd-street
By Order of Administratrix, and Consent of Or
B\ MILLIGAN, MELCHER8 ?V CO.
On FRIDAY noxt, Gtb ?um., at 11 o'clocl? it the ol
Poatofflco, East Bay, opposite Broad-str . wo w 1 1
AR that LOT OF LAND, with the two-c Wood o B
Dwelling thereon, situato in Shopherd-st: . botwoo n
St Philip and Coming strools, and knov is No. 31.
The Lot measures 34 feet front by 105 feot ? >| moro o
loas. The Uoaso contains fonr rooms wit .iazza an
I kitchen attached. There is a uno well of -ter on the
Terms-One-half cash; balanco In ono and two years,
with Intercut from day of sale, secured by bond and
A-RO, AT THE RAME TIME ANO TLACE, WILL RE OFFERED,
8 FINE BCILD1NG LOTS of 1 acre each. In the co r
porate limits of Summerville.
Plat of abovo Lota can be sccu at our store, No. 2
Vendue -tango, and on day of Sale. July 3
Sale of Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, &c.
BY BRUNS ?S? BKK, Auctioneers.
Will be eold on FRIDAY, 0th instant, at 10 o'clock, at
tbe corner of King and Wentworth-streets,
A GENERAL -TOOK OF MEROHAND18E,
CONBIKTINO IN PART OF:
DrcsB Goods. Shawls
Hoaiory and Lacon.
HATS. BOOTS and SHOES._July 4
Twenty-five Large and Fine Flag Stones.
ll'Y SOWERS Si SILCOX.
WIR be sold, on FRIDAY next, Gth inst, in Broad
Btreet, in the yard rear of Mr. Sandors' Harbor Shop,
noxt to Carolina Hotel,
25 FLAG STONES, largo and fine, from 2X to over
3 inches thick, well facod for Immediate use. Can be
troatcd for at prlvato Bale, poraous wishing so to do.
TermB cash. w11 July 4
A Sloop for Sale.
BY SMITH St MCGILLIVRAY. .
On MONDAY next tho 9th last, at 11 o'clock, will be
cold at the foot of Hazel-street,
A 30 CORD SLOOP, in 'good sailing order, and well
adapted to river trade. She can be treated for at private
tale until the above date at NO. 37 BROAD STREET.
WiU be sold at BAMBERG. S. 0., on TUESDAY, 17th
inat, to the highest bidder,
ONE HOUSE AND LOT. belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
88, A. F. M. ; verydeslrable location in tbo town of
The OLD RUINS of said Lodge.
Conditions-Credit until 1st day of January, 1807,
with two approved sureties, bearing Interest from day
W. T. EASTERLING, 1
J. F. IZLAB,
M. W. FELDEB, ?- Commissioners.
W. H. IZ1-AB,
I?. T. IZLAB. j
AUCTION SALE. OF VALUABLE HORSES ,
MULES, WAi.OSS, ?Ve.
Will bo sold on MONDAY, July 10th, I860, at 10 o'cloo
A.M., at South Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. 0?
SO MULES-in good condition
40 BORSKS-in good condition
1 lot ARMY WAGONS
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash. In U. 8. Currency.
Property to be removed within forty -eight boors of t?
sale, or stored at risk and expense of tbe purchaser.
By order of
Brevet Lieut Col. C. W. THOMAS. Chief Q. M.
JAMES It. GILMORE,
Brevet Lient CoL and A.Q. M.
THE UNITED -TATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, located in the City of Charleston, 8. 0.
will be sold to the hlghost bidder, subjeot to the ap
proval of the bid by the Secretary of the Treasury,.
13 M., JULY ISth, I860, on the premliea.
Terms of Sale-$1000 cash; balance in equal payments
of thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Certificate of Sala
will bo given at the time, and the deeds to be executed
upon the payment of the last instalment of the purohaM
money. A. G. MAOKBY,
Jane 10 Collector of Oust oma.
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
At Private Bale
WU1 be sold, "THE STATUTES OF SOUTH CARO
LINA," 10 Volumes, in Calf; also, other LAW BOOKS.
Apply as above, at No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
BV CLIFFORD Si MATI1EWES.
No. 311-? Broad-street.
At Private Bale
That oontraUy and desirably situated handsome
HOD8E and LOT, No. 03 Wentworth street, a few doora
weat of Coming street The Lot measures 60 feet fron t
by 180 feet deep. The House is three and a bali storie ?
high, containing six square rooms, two nicely finished
attics, dressing rooms, bath room, bo., and pantry ;
water and gas throughout the house, and every modern
convenience. There Is also a very fine elstern, large
number of well finished rooms lu the yard, carriage
house, ?table, flower garden, fruit troos, Ac, and alto
gether one of the moat conveniently arranged establish
ments in the city.
For terms apply jj above._mwffl_July 3
Small House and Lot in Coming-street.
BY BOWERS Si SILCOX.
Will be sold at Private Sale
A SMALL BOUSE and LOT in Coming-street, near
Line, No. 337; lot measuring and containing on fron
and back line, 35 feet by 110 feetdoop, be the same more
or loss, with a two story House, containing fonr room
and kitchen attached. Price moderato, only a portion
required in cash. mwfS July 1
House and Lol in Summerville.
BY I?. BUNCH ?V SON,
No. 500 King Street.
At Prlvato Sale:- <
A HOUSE and LOT in Summerville, in the vicinity of
Brown's Botel; Lot measuring 1X acres more or less;
the Honae containing four square rooms, with Kitchen,
bo. Will be sold on reasonable ter*-.. For further
particulars apply as above._..*_Jane 30
Fine Saddle and Draft Mare.
BY MACKEY ?Si il \ ..ER.
At Private Sale
it our Store, No. 66 Market-street, a No. 1 Y0UN Q
BAY MARE, good aaddle and draft animal; warrante
sound. 8 Julji 3
CHARLESTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
NO. 253 (IN THE BEND) KINOSTRBET.
WILLIAM M* P?L?T, PRINCIPAL
THE COURBE OF INSTRUCTION EMBRACES BOOK
KEEPING, Arlthmetlo, Ponmansblp, Ac, on the
European and American aystem, including Polot'g |Ab>
hrtsvi-tcil Double Entry, all of which is imparted by
Lecture and Practical Lessons.
ABTHUB P. LINING, Attorney at Law, will Leo.
tare on Commercial Law, every Monday Evening, at 8>_
o'clock. AdmliBlon free.
Senor G. JEMEN EZ, Professor of Spanish and French,
ia receiving itudenta for day and evening claaaea; will
also Tran Hate at moderato ratea.
Balance Sheets for merchants, Booka drawn ont at
shortest notice, Visiting, Wedding and Business Guda,
written to order.
Arrangements have been made with Prlvato Boarding
Houses to accommodate Student? from abroad with
board at rednoed price?. For tarma and other particu
lars, apply at the College from 8 o'clock A. M. to 10 P.
M., or to WM. M. PKLOT, Auotioner, Commission
Morobapt Beal Eitate and Land Agent, No, i9 Beoad
street j . , ' . y ,*.,,,', ,: . -, Jaly 2
rE 8UBSOBXBEB HAVING RETURNHD TO LHB
City, will contract for aB kind* of HOUSE."rjTT.P.
AND REPAIRING. W. H. GBtrflUL
Jr_at__^?*,7 * -B?t^cnD---*-, No, IV BroaA^treet