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MONDAY MOBNUXQ. -JULY 9, 186C.
LARGEST CmCUl-ATION IN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIBCTJLATION IN THE CITT.
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mulniuR in tho P-oatofBoe at tkie end
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for a supply of late New Orleans, Mobile, Memphi n,
Nashville, Baltlmoro end other papera?which kind at
tention In duly appreciated.
Motiuteb CumiKNc?.?Our subscribers and patrons,
especially thoso lu the country, ore requested not to
end un mutilated United Status currenoy, as thore is a
heavy discount on all su :h notes, and the loss which we
sustain thereby la great
Mubdeboub Attack,?On Saturday night a negro, who
said he belonged to the atoamur Dictator, while going
np King stroot in tho neighborhood of Lewis Kf.nake'b
bar-room, near tho corner of Wontworth street was
knocked down by some person unknown and badly In
jured. Be was struck on tho head with a olub or along
shot, and literally bathed in blood. The blow was so j
severo that after he rose tho first time he fell twice in at
tempting to oroBB the Btreet
The New Biluabb Lamp in front of Mr. H. H. Ba
DKNncr'H attracted much attention on Saturday night.
It 1b elegantly and tastefully mounted; tho bolongings
thereunto designed and furnished by that cunning son
of TuitAL Gain, Mr. Wkuneu. Many were the admiring
gazers who stopped and walked all round the lamp, and
remarked about tho cues and balls chased in tbe glass.
A rafllo of a fino gold-headed cane was to have come
ou on Saturday night, but the riot in the vicinity
created such an oxcitemout, that Mr. B. prudently
closed his doors. The raffle ?b to come off at 9 o'clock
FlUEAKS OF THE TeLEGRATH.? What ?S the reHfiOB. that
tel? graphic dispatches cannot by any chance, be given
in good English, and in accordance with the facts of tho
case? We do not know precisely where the fault lies.
As an instance of tho inaccuracy of the dispatches, wo
will mention the case of Mr. B. S. Rbett, shot In this
city on the third day of July. The Northern papers pub
lish a dispatch from Columbia, S. C, stating that the
Hon. BaBRW__i< Rhett was killed in that city (Colum
bia) on the fourth of July; three mistakes in as many
Operators should be specially careful in transmitting
the foreign news relative to tbo war In Germany, as the
names of persons and places aro not familiar to the
transcriber; and guessing is not easy where you grope
In the dark. There is room for improvement also, in
the manner of telegraphing the markets, price of cotton,
gold, kc The want of a proper connective somotiincs
leaves the sense ambiguous, and in a matter where
i of dollars ave concerned, oven so alight a mls
[ the addition or omission of a copulativo conjunc
Tmay be a vary serious matter.
"Good Wnrs seeds ko Bdbb. "?The very beat drink
for the hot season is the light French wines, commonly
known as clarets ; and if we are any judge of a good
article of claret, we should say, and that most emphati
cally, that the beat we have tasted In a long time have
been imported, and are for Bale in this city by Mr.
Xvxut _*. Bedfobx?, who hat at thla time a very choice
supply of all the finest broads of clarets, champagne,
cordials, eta ?Among those we have sampled, we can
recommend Oat*? Bouilloc, Coutry, Modo-, St. Estephe,
Haut Sautern/s Bt Loubes, Chateau Morgaux, and
Genuine fine old club-houso gin, im
from Rotterdam. Sozenac cognac of 1818
ne hard to take. If any one doubts it, let
Jad try for himself.. Our,Gorman friends can
favorito "Getreide K?mmel",?n most oxcel
"?ont aromalio stimulant that should be always kept on
bond inn well regulated family. We might say much '
more about Mr. B.'a choice assortment of fine Bordeaux
wines, but we prefer to bo merciful on our readers, and
not make their months water too muob.
Mr. Bkdfohd, It will bo remembered, Uves in King I
street, opposite Hasel street, and is the some gentleman
who keeps that elegant soda -fountain so popular with |
all the ladles, and gentlemen not a few.
KOw on Satubdai Niobt.?On Saturday night, a Ut
ile after 8 o'clock, a corporal of the. 128th U. 8. O. T.,
with some ten other negro soldiers, wob swaggering
about the Market with a pistol in his hand. No one
took any notice of him until he jostled a policeman.
He was then ordered off, but refused to go, saying he
would not mind any d?d rebel police. The relief guard
of about twenty policemen arrived about this time,
and the negro soldiers left the Market and went up
Meeting street as far as B_d*_sbop's bar room. They ?
seemed to be very much excited, and the corporal
aid in a lond voice, "Oome on, let us go to the Freed
men's Bureau and get ten more of our boys?I'd like to
see thorn take us to the Guard House." He hod a pistol
in his hand, which be brandished in the air. The party
went a few steps beyond Basskbop's, and then returned
to that place. They then commenced firing their pis
tols. The police so far hod not attempted to arrest them,
but when ibe firing commenced they charged in a body
and the negroes took to flight. They were pursued as
for as the Military Hall, in Wontworth street now the
headquarters of the Froedmen's Bureau, where they
entered and were protected from arrest. During the
melee some ten or twelve pistol shots were fired, and
one policeman was shot through the fleshy part of the
shoulder. The straggling negroes around made con
siderable noise, but did not seem to take any active
part in the fight.
Wbllo this was going on, six shots were fired lower
down Moetlngntreet, Just by tho Ice House. Sunday
morning a negro was found there, shot through the
thigh, with his femoral artery cut Strange to say, he
had fallen in such a position that the artery was com
prossod, and his life thereby saved. When turned over
by the surgeon to be examined, the blood spurted out
in a jet, and, but for skilful attention, he would have
died In five minutes.
There were rumors of other negroes being shot, but
there were no wounded reported at tbe Guard House,
except the policeman, John Dunn, and the negro ai
The disturbance, of which the above is a meagre ac
count, took place in Meeting-street at the head of the
Market, on Saturday night when many women and
ohlldren were present The alarm and excitement
among tbe bystanders was great, and the only wonder
is that some innocent spectator was not killed.
Tbe Steam Fibe Engine Young Amebxoa.? This
new aud beautiful engine, recently pnrchosed from
the manufacturer, H. C. 8h.f-.hy, of the Island Works.
Seneca Falls, N. Y., embracing two of the moat valuable
patents ever issued in this country, has in two trials,
made within the last few days, perfectly satisfied not
only her maker, but many of our Fire Department, that
thoroUry principle on which she h orks is superior to
that of any other. The piston engine works well, and
the manufacturers hove in it producid great beau'y
and oymmetry, as well as great power; and there are in
these engines essential qualities peculiar to themselves,
viz: They generate steam with greater rapidity,taking but
five minutes iron* the tima tho smoke lenuos from tie
chimney to got to work; are simple in construction, and
are, therefore, easily managed; very'steady while in
?operation, and throw a? s tend y stream, requiring but
the ujubI number of men at th? pip? to control it; and
is not as destructive to hoso as the reciprocal?og on
At tho first or preliminary trial of this engine she
threw a solid stream of 152 foot through C60 foot of
hose and ono-iach -ioezIo. Through au inch and ono
and onc-oighth inch nozzlo and 50 feot of hoso she
threw stream of 302 feet, when It was discoverod she
was drawing air, occasioned by bomio slight defect in
her suction joints, whon the trial waa discontinued to
repair and inado it tight. On tho following afternoon a
second trial was mado, in tho prosonco of a largo num
ber of spectators, with perfect success. Tho first plsy
on this occasion ehe throw a solid stream through 100
feet of hoso and a, ono and one-sixteenth inch nozzle 316
feet, with 60lbs. of ate?n. Tho test trial then came,
and ata pressure of 110 lbs., indicated by bor atoa?
gitago, through 100 feot of hoie and ono and ono-elgbth
Inch nozzle, sho throw a solid stream 242 'cot clear of
tho pipe?which perfectly satisfied tho fine company to
whom she bclongB, and tho accomplished engineer and
fireman, Mr. 3. P. T__.un, who como out to thoroughly
ttsi her capacity and power.
Wo have now turco fine steam enginos la our city?tho
Pioneer, ATino, and Point?? America. Each are capable,
with an ordinary pressure of a.earn, of throwing two
powerful and ?toady streams 100 foot. This distanco,
generally, is all that Is required at flrei; and we learn
that another will be oddod In a few days, by that old
and favorite company, tho Phceulx. With these, and the
flue hand onglnoB that compose our weU organized Flro
Department, and a supply of water adequate to their no
ceceeslties (wbich we hope soon to Bee introduced), we
will not have to record so many disastrous fires in our
city, and loss of valuable property.
A New Steam Fuie Engine.? Since the above was
written, the steamship Moneka, from Now York, which
arrived hero lut evening, brought a new and beautiful
steam flro onglno for tho Phoenix Flro Englno Company.
The Phoenix Fire Company is one of our oldest and most
spirited associations, composed of excellent material, and
lull of the epitlt to do their whole duty in tinis of danger
We have no doubt with their new machine that they wit'
win new aud luting honors.
The Foubth ok July, by common consent all over
tho South, seems to have been turned over to the ten
der merciea of the colored people. Time was when the
anniversary of American Independence was celebrated
with great eclat in every city, village aud hamlot In tho
South; whon the dawn was rung in with tho joyful peals
of old St. Michael's chime ; when our splendid volun
teer militia companies ushered in the day we celebrate
by their early manoau vrea on the Bat tory. Our popula
tion nsod to tuxn out en masse, delighted to do honor to
the heroes of '76. Orations, dinners, pyrotechn ic dis
plays, aU were on a grand scale, and In proportion with
the good humor of the people.
Now It is otherwise. Our people showed proper re
spect for the day by the Suspension of all business ; but
wo believe there was no extravagant rejoicing ; end very
properly so. Our position Is not ono furnishing ground
for self-gratuUtion or gladness.
With the negro It Is othorwiso.. Childlike, he loves a
holiday. He bas a fancy for display and a great p artl
aUty for a "show." Our exchanges from the Interior of
this State, and from adjoining States, as far as heard
from, all give accounts of the great prooesBlons the
colored people had everywhere on the Fo urth. The
Declaration of Independence was duly read. The ora
tors, of courte, straddled the American eagle, and sailed
aloft into the soft azure of the ompyroan,?clean out of
eight. A notable point in all these notices was the
gorgeous appearance of the '?Marshals of the Day."
Theso venerable gentlemen, adorned with Ugbt blue
streamers long and gay, mounted on steeds of spirited
mettle, looked as If they considered them solves "some
From the Atlanta Intelligencer we learn they had a
row or two on that day in the Galo City. It saja :
A collision occurred between some colored men and
a squid of Federal soldiers, in which pistol shots were
exchanged by both partios, aud a liberal use made of
stones, brlok-bats, kc. How seriously either party
was damaged lu this melee we are not apprised, though
no lives were lost. Of its origin nothing is known,
save that It is believed tho negroes in returning from
their festivities were Interfered with by the hilarious
soldiery. Thediffionlty at one Ume promised to bo a
serions one, but for the arrival on the spot of a ser
geant with a aquad of men. Quiet was to some extent
restored, when an Incident of a somewhat novel chsrac
toT transpired. The company of regulars, apparently
commanded by a mounted officer whose condition it
was plain to be seen, was such as to unfit him for duty,
iras being marched and countermarched ou Decatur
street, for the purpose of quelling any further distur
bance. At the junction of Whitehall, Decatur and Ma
rietta streets the order to "file right" was ??von by the
officer, which the men were not disposed to obey, but
continued marching down Decatur street. Putting
spurs to bla horse, the mounted offloer attempted to holt
the company by placing himself in its front, but the
men pushed on regardless of his orders. At this junc
ture a pistol was drawn by the officer, when the ser*
g?ant of the company clubbed his musket and knocked
him from his horse, the company continuing down the
Pbovobt Cotjbt, July 7.?Despite the extreme heat o*
tho weather, there was a full attendance In the Court
United Stales tu. James Gaillard (colored)?Striking
Mary Jane Forley.? M. J. Forley, sworn : I was
going an errand, with a cloth in my band, swinging it,
and it touched him In the back, and he pushed me
down and cut my arm, and hurt my side very muob.
$20, or sixty days.
United States vs. Haseltou Fludd (colored)?Disorder
ly Conduct,?PoUc?man Lynes, sworn : Yesterday, be
twoeu G and T P. M., saw a largo crowd corner of Line
and Coming streets, when defendant drew a knife on
my brother; ibi? he admitted after I arrested him ; he
rutld, with an oath, that he would put it ibto me; this
occurred in my house, and my mother was so frighten
ed that she faulted away; when I ?-rested defendant tbe
string of my club broko, and defendant got the club, and
tried to get away ; a policeman caught him, and I struck
him and catrlod him to the Guard Houbo.
Joseph Lynes, sworn : I was present at the distur
bance; defendant was whipping his wife; I went in ; he
was uring very bad langnago before my mother and
other females; I asked him to atop; he said he would
not, that It was bis wife, and that ho would d i as he
pleased, and would not stop for no G?d d-n man;
a dirk knife lay opon on a bench near by, aud I asked
him what ho was going to do with it; he said he meant
to ?tick mo with it, or any one else who interfered with
him; he Uves on the tome lot, i e., in the yard of our
?*>20. or sixty days.
Unite.* States vs. Saturday Campbell (colored)?Ob
structing the Sidewalk.?Policeman Conroy, sworn:
Yesterday afternoon met defendant at the Mills House
with a large piece of scantling on his shoulder, which
blocked np the sidewalk, and prevented people from
passing; he abused mo, and refused to got ont of tbe
way. I arrested him, and told him to get out of the way.
Lisoharged with reprimand.
United Stales vs. Adam Bonnett (colored)?Disorderly
Conduct and Beating bla Wife.?Policeman Hutson
sworn: Last night about half-past eight o'clock, Lieut.
Eingman ordered me to the corner of Line and Coming
streets on duly, where there bod boo ? a row before, and
ordered me to arrest any party who attempted to create
any riot; thero I fonnd defendant beating his wife, and
I was called on to arrest him; Mr. Lynes and I went
np to his room, and found him h ?Id of hi* wife beating
her; she was hollering and crying; we ordered him
down, and bo refused fo come, and she pu-hed him
down; there was no one thero but defendant and his
wife; wo arrested him and tort him to the Guard
Hsnse; there was much noise and disturbance.
Police?au La un y, sworn: I was ordered by Lient.
Eingman to attend strictly to the peaoe, as there had I
been a row, and lo arrest any one instigating it. I waa I
informed that defendant was boatloghis wife, and went
with Hutson sud Lynes to ble room and foutd him on
her on the bed ocating her; ordered him down ; ho re
luaed and resisted; we pushed him down end took him
him to tho O lard House.
floor thirty days.
United States vs. Lyman M i ?Cheil (colored).? Disorder
ly and interfering with Police.?PoMcemau LyneB,
sworn : B& o'clock last night defendant was beating his
wife, and hit sister called for tbe polco; bad orders from
Lieut Eingman to arrest any ono making a disturbance;
went up stairs and found defendant beatlug his wife on
the bed; ordered him to come down; he resisted; I took
him to the Guard House.
$10, or thirty days.
Here aro no less than three oases of men beating their
wives on tbe bymenia] conch. What a comment on
connubial felicity I -
Mr. Nell Alfonl died on Sunday last at his roaldonco
in the upper part of this District, at the advanced age
of sixty-eight years.?Marion Cretoent.
Auction Sales This Dx-y.
Bn-jf-s k Bee will sell this day, at the corner of King
and Wontworth streets, at 10 o'clock, a general stock of
Smith k McGu_iviuy vrill Bell this day, ut tho foot of
Hasolntroot, at 11 o'clock, a sloop of 20 tons' capacity,
in good Bailing order.
BowKns & Silcox wlU soU this ?lay, In their store, No.
127 Meeting ntreot, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock, an as
sortment of furniture, &c
T. M. Cats? will sol) this day, in book atoro on Stato
street opposite engine house, at 10 o'cloob, 76 balee of
A Ijullmi Saved is a Holuii Made; and MeBBrs.
AIJ.AN k SiDDONe, os will bo seen from their advertise
ment, offor to soil at oue-thlrl the price asked else
where tho so-callo'l Australian Glasses, not promising,
however, to allow the wearer the unique privilege of
Boeing near and distant objects with oqual facility with
the samo lense, which t-corrm to be centra 1 y to all reason
and art- A call at thoir estabUshtuent will convince the
most skoptlcal of the truth of their assertion, and ou able
many an unfortunate victim of defective vision to reme*
dy thoir sight at a roasonablo price.
Dr. BEBKBAntiT.?We aro pained to announce that
thl6 distinguished son of scionco is about to leave our
city. He has been instrumental in doing so much good
to those whoso eight is affected, that we would really
like to have him here as a permanent fixture We have
been prcsont on several occasions at his rooms at the
Mills House, and hoard the sincere outpourings of
thanks from those, who havo been benefitted by his skill,
and we thought, surely, hero was something worthy of
-t, great effort to attain?the skill wbicb could give such
relief as these patients of tho Doctor's bad experienced.
Tho Doctor will close his offico at S o'clock this eve
ning, July 9th, and will likely return bere again in the
course of several months, to administer to any oi his
patients who havo not had their sight fully restored.
He deplres us, in this connection, to return his sincere
and heartfelt thinks to the Medical Faculty and Clergy
of CharleBUn, who have so liberally endorsed him, and
also to the public for their very liberal patronage
Evj-.n*r family should havo a caso oi Dr. HuMranEYB'
8rEciFic IIom opathic Medicines. They are simple,
easily applied, harmless, aud yet, in a thousand in
stances, they arrest disease, allay pain and suffering,
boyo ?-ailing tho doctor, and provo a frieud Indeed. The
valuable service rendored immensely overbalances the
small sum they cost. See advertisement. Address
Humpbbeyb' Specific Ho*__op_thic Medicine Co.,
No. 062 Broadway, N. Y. G
Is Health Worth Having ?
If it is, protect it. it is o jewel as easily lost as vir
tue, and in some cases as difficult to recover. Nature,
in our cllmito, and especially at this season, requires
to be occasionally reinforced. But everything depends
upon the tonic used for thi 1 purpose. The medicinal
tinctures, all 0/which a re based on common alcohol, are
dangerous. Quinine, as everybody finds out who takes
much of it, is a slow poison. One safo protective from
all unhealthy atmospheric influences exists and one only.
This powerful preventive is HOSTETTER'S CELE
BRATED STOMACH BITTERS, a compound of tho
purest stimulant ever manufactured, with the most ef
fective tonics, alteratives, regulators, and depurators
that chemistry bos yet extracted from the botanical
kingdom. Convalescents, languid aud feeble from re
cent sickness, wlU find the Bitters an incomparable
Restorative, not disagreeable to the taste, and emi
nently invigoratiog. No other stimulant produces|tbe
same effect as this Stomachic. It does not excite or
flutter the nerves, or occasion any undue arterial
action; but at once soothes and strengthens the nervous
system and the animal spirits. 6 July 9
AnexperieBced Narse and Female Physician,
Presenta to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, b>
softening the gums, reluclng all inflammations, wtt
allay ALL PAIN and spaamodlo action, and Is
SORE TO REGULATE TIE BOWELS,
Depend npon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
Relief and Health to Tour Infants.
We have put up and sold this srticlo for over thirt)
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what w?
have never been able to say of an other meo_olne
NBVEB HAS IT TAILED IN A SIKOLE IN STANCE TO
EFFECT A CUBE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an ?nstanos of diosa?sfoctlon by any one who
used it On the oonlrary, all are delighted with its ope
rations, and speak in terms of oommendatlon of its
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in thli
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDOE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE. In almost
every lnntonoe where the infant Is suffering from poll
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twent?
minutes after the syrup Is adminls tared.
FaB directions for using will acoompony each bottl?
None genuine unless the fao simile of CURTIS _ PER
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price onJ-t* 39 Cents per Bottle.
For sole by
KING & CASSIDEY.
8. J. TOWN8END.J. H. HUD80N.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS 11ST BQTTI'IV'Sr,
BENNETT8VILLE, 8. C.
WILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marion. Brnos_July 6
No. 05 IlllOAD-STIlEKT.
?a-REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS AND OTIIKIt
8EOPBITIE3. SOLD._13_Jnlv a
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
I Nos. 148 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERhVB WHARF,
OFFER FOR H?LE, 10W FOR CASH:
HEID8IEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases aud in oasks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases and in casks
CLAKET WINKS, in oaies pints and half pints
CORDIALS, in cases?a variety
HITTERS (E. O. Rolf), in cases
BR AN DIES, in case? and in casks
OINS, in cases and in CASks
BUM, In cosos
WHISKIES, in coses and in casks
ALE, in eases, quarts and pints
LAOER BEER, in quarter barrels, aleo in plots,packed,
eight _o_an to the barrel. Umot- Jnoali
McCarthy cotton gins.
THE BUB80BIBEB IB HOW MANUFACTUBING
those GINS, and is propared to fill orders for the
coming crop. WILLIAM 8. HENEBEY.
July & mwflmo No. 314 Moctlng-sireot.
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
WANTED TO PURCHASE A 8MALL QUANTITY
of LONG STAPLE COTTON, not glnuo I, for tn -
lug McCarthy Gins. Quality not Important. Annlyat
WILLIAM B. HE.-JEUEY-8 FOUNDRY
July 9_8_ No. 314 Mentlngstreut.
BOILERS FOR SAL?T^
TWO THIBTY INCH CYL1NOEB BOILERB, TWEN
TY-FIVE long, very little usod. Will bo sold low,
if applied for immediately, at
WILLIAM 8. HENEBEY'S,
inly 0 mwf No. 314 Moetlng-Rtroot.
PER SHIP "SOUTHERN RIGI1TS,'*
1 tf\ CRATES CBOOKEBY. CONTAINING CHAM
L V.' BEBS and Bowls
16 cratee fine Aasoited Crockery.
WiU bo sold low If applied for at once, by
July 0 mtht No. 78 East Bay.
IN STOKK AND AKKIVIMi.
7K BAQ8 BIO, JAVA AND ST. DOMINGO COFFEE
I t) 150 libia Extra and Fine Flour
10 hhde Prime Shoulders
6 do do Bides
CO bags Rangoon Bice
60 bbls Syrups
100 kegs NallB?all siz.ua
80 bbls HiiK.irfl, Brown, Stuart'?! A, B and C,
1000 sackt? Liverpool Salt
70 packagos Green and Block Tea, whole, half
and quarter chea'.s
75 kegs and barr?la Leaf Lard
300 boxes Foreign and Domostlo Liquors,
Schnapps, Wlnea, Brandies and Bitters
100 bbls Gibson's, and various gradea Whiskies
And a lot of other Staple and Fancy Groceries, too
numerous to mention.
No. 78 East Bay.
CHOICE PORTO RICO M?LAS
?Ifr HHD3. OF THE ABOVE JUST LANDED FROM
_/ ?_) British schooner "Aid " now in store and for
salb by F. P. 8ALAS,
Jnly 9_3_No. 118 East Bay.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
6)f\ HHD8. BACON, "SHOULDEBS AND fclDES"
?l\J 60 tierce h Hams, Sugar-Cured
200 barrels Flour, Extra and Super
100 barrels Sugar, all grades
26 firkins Butter, Goshen
60 flrkina and tubs Lard, Extra and Olty
60 sacks Coffee, Java, Rio and Lagnayra
100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
100 barrels Whiskey, all qualities.
MANY OTHER ARTICLES too numerous to men
For sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICE, by
L. F. KOE8TEB,
June 28 thmtulmo No. 94 East Bay.
~CORN ! CORN!!
QQaTsa^a BUSHELS PRIME WHITE COBN
0 O \J \J 2000 bushels Yellow and Western Mixed
Corn. For sale by weight, by
JNO. a BIBD, Jr., k CO.,
July 9 8 Corner Church and Tradd streets.
CORN AND OATS.
1 OiTsO BU8H?L8 PRIME WHITE PROVISION
_ \J V_/ _** and Yellow Corn, in Backs
500 bushelB Heavy Oats.
For sale by ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO ,
July C_3_No. aoi East Bay.
CORN AND OATS AFLOAT.
QA/\A BUSHELS PRIME MARYLAND CORN,
OU\J\J per sehr. Wenonah
600 bushelB Prime Heavy Oats, per sehr. Wapella.
For sale low while landing, by
WEST _ JONE8.
July 6 No. 76 East Bay.
?XT_tX~QUALITY NEW CROP
OR SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JOS. H. RI8LEY.
GROCERY SUGARS. ,
MALL LOT FOR BALE LOW, Sf? CLOSE CON
8Iu NMENT, by JOS. H. BI8LEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
THE HIGHEST MARKET BATES PAID FOB
MELONS, PEACHES, TOMATOES and POTA
TOES, in large lots, by H. P. OILS,
June 87_112_No. 131 Meeting-street.
OF THE FIRST QUALITY ?OLD DOMINION
BRAND," can always be had at lowest market
price, in any quantity, of B. S. BHBTT h SON,
June 19 1 ti?olmo_No. 3 Exohange-street
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for the manufacture of
the best COTTON GINS ever made In this country, are
now prepared to reoelva orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi -
oient guarantee that the arttole wUl givo entire ?Uefao
tlon. J. M. ELLIOTT _ CO.,
May 14 Wlnnaboro, 8. O.
FULL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WUILDEN & 0.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STBEET.
Jnne IS fmwJmoa
Ut LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, OUES, Ac.
WILLMIM G. WaiLBEN & CO.,
June 16 ?_w2_os No. 266 KING-STREET.
L&TED AND SILVER SPOONf?
FORKS, CASTORS, TEA TRAYS
DISH COVERS, TABLE MATS
TABLE ODTLERY and
For Bale by WILLOW-WABE.
WILLUM G. WIIILD?N & CO.,
June 15 fmw2mos No. 260 KING-STREET.
SPKCTAt'LES AND EVE-GLASSY
EREO80OPIC GLA8SEU FITrED TO 8DIT ANY
WILLUM G. WUILDErV & 0.,
June lfi fmw_nos No. 265 EING-STBEET.
POR 8ALE BY
WILLIAM ?. WUILDEN & CO,,
No. 255 KING-8TREET.
WATCM-H AMD JKWKLlli il_PAIHK?>.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
juno 15 fmwUwoe
75 Bales Hay?On Account of all Concerned.
MY T. H. CATKR.
Will be sold, TUI8 DAY, at 10 o'clock, in Back Rlore, In
8tatc-slrcct, oppoMto Kiij-iut. Ilouf***.
76 baleB HAY, on account of all ooncorued.
Coi dltloiiB cash._ July rt
Furniture, Chairs, dr., drs
BY BOW KltS ?.V Ml.CdX.
Will be sold *JHI8 DAY, in our More, N<\ 117 Muting.
street, opposite Market. ?' 10 o'clock,
SU EBOARD8, t'UREAl 8, Dining Tables, Centn
Tabli s, Walnut French Bedsteads, Cottage BcilHteails,
Mattresses. Pillows, Bolder, Marble Top 'table,
Hule TabloB, Common lalilip, Wood f-cat Chairs,
Desk, Tnckcr **prlug Bed, <;?imm')ii Waih
stan.tB, Chllil'it Hoi?icgaiid oilier Cliairi?, Large Rocker,
Fancy Side Lights, Cuuhion Seats for Chairs, Cushions,
Htalr iiodR, lot of Geraniums, LsJBpSJ, Kilcbco Utensils,
Window Pulleys, lot of Medicines, btoves, Ac, kc.
Conditions cash. July *)
Sale of Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, dzc, Continued,
BY it ill'N s Si liKK.AacUani-ers.
Will bo sold, TU 13 DAY, 9th inst., at 10 o'clock, at the
con.er of Kin* tnd Wen?worth-slrcetB,
A OENEItAL STOCK OF MEHCUANDIt?F,
CONBIRTlMO IN PART Or:
CALICOES. Sheetings, Tlckio?B, Dress Cloodu, Iioo r
Skirts, Shawls, Hosiery and Laces,
HAT8. BOOTS AND SHOES. - ily ?
A Sloop for Sale.
BY SMITH Si "ittill.l.lVltA-,
THIS DAY. tho Otb instant, at 11 o'clocl .11 bo
Bold at tho foot of Hazel-street,
A 20 CORD SLOOP, in'good Balling ordor 1 wol 1
adapted to river trade. Sho can bo treated Tor - irlvate
talo until tho abovo date at NO. 21 BROAD B'l _ET.
JA MRS W. SHOWN ?Si CO.
Will soil TO-MORROW, at tbclr Store. No. 110 East Bay,
at lo o'clock,
41 boxes T?. BACCO?pounds
20 boxes TOBACCO?6's
16 boxos TOBACCO?10's
Conditions cash. July t?
Damaged Hice, on Account of all Concerned.
.PUIKS W. BROWN ?St CO.
Will sell TO-MORROW, at tbuir Store, No. 110 East Bay,
at 10 o'clock,
10 bags RICE, damaged aud sold on account of un
derwriters and all concerned.
Conditions cash. J-i)y U
BY K. M. Ill A It S11 ALL.
Will bo Bold on TO-MOHROW, lOlh tost., at 11 u'utock,
beforo my Sales 'loom, No. 33 Broad stroet,
Ono bTALLlON?ho works well in siegle and double
harness, and is a fair Ssddlo Nag.
ONE WORK HOR8E._July ?
House and Lot Norlheastern part of the City.
BY GANTT Si BOYLE.
TO-MORROW, tho 10th inst., at tbo Exchange, corner
Brood and East Bay streets, at 11 o'clock, will bo of
That neat and pleasant RESIDENCE, retired from
Amherst-street, between Hanover and America streets,
with a passageway eight feet one inch leading thereto.
The Houso contains four rooms. The lot, which is high
and dry, measures forty five feet front, by 73feet in
depth. On the promises are fruit trees, and a most ex
cellent well of water.
The place will be found a vei*y pleasant residence io
a email family.
TermB cash. Purchaser to pay O. k B. for papers.
July 9 smtu3
Draft and Saddle Horses, Buggy and Harness.
BY CUKFURl) Si MATHEWES.
TO-MORhOW. tho 10th last., will bo Bold at our Office.
No. :il>; Broad-street, at 11 o'clock, without reserve,
Three FINE DRAFT and SADDLE HORSES, jus t
from a long journey, and only sold because the owne r
has no further use for them.
A fine BUQGY and HARNESS, in complete order.
TermB cash. July 9
Sale of Gocernment Properly.
BV WILLIAM aVKNEY, Auctioneer.
Will be Bold, at Public Auction, THURSDAY. 12th Inst..
at tho Government btab'es, No. 23 Queen street, at
10 o'clock A M.. tho following described PROPERTY :
91 pairs AXLES and BOXES
76 pairs Cart Wheels
By order. JAMES P. LOW,
Capt. and A. Q. M.
Terms?Cash in Government funds. July 9
IIILLIOAN, MELCHERS Si CO.
Will soli, on FRIDAY. 13tb instant, on Accommodatio c
Wharf, at 11 o'clock A. M...
1 SMOKESTACK, 6 feet diameter, 80 feat long.
WIR be sold at BAMBEBO. 8. 0., on TUESDAY, 17th
inst., to the highest bidder,
ONE HOUSE AND LOT, belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
88, A. F. M. ; verydeslrable location in the town of
The OLD RUINS of said Lodge.
Conditions?Credit until 1st day or January, 1867,
with two approved s iretles, bearing interest from day
W. T. EASTERLINO, \
3. F IZL.AU,
M. W. FELDER, r Commissioners.
W. H. 1ZLAR,
L. T. IZLAR. j
AUCTION SALB OF* VALUABLE HOUSES ,
HOLES, WAOONS, dee.
Will be sold on MONDAY, July lflth. I860, at 10 o'doc
A.M., at South Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
SO MULES?in good condition
40 BOR8-S?In good cocdlUon
1 lot ABMY WAOONS
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash, in TJ. 8. Currency.
Property to be removed within forty eight hours afte
sale, or stored at risk and expense of the purchaser.
By order of
Brevet Lieut. Col. C. W. Thomas. Chief Q. M.
JAMES B. OILMORE,
Brevet Lieut Col. and A.Q. M.
THE UNITED ?STATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, locat. d in the City of Charleston, 8. 0.
will be sold to the hlnhest bidder, subject to the ap
proval of the bid by the Secretary of the Treasury,
12 hi., JULY l?th, 1866, on tbo prom?tes.
Terms of Sale?$1000 cash; balanceio equal payments
of thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Certificate of Sole
will be given at the time, and the deeds to be executed
upon the payment of the last instalment of the purchaot
money. A. O. MAOKEY,
June 19 Collector of Customs
BY CLIFFORD ?ft MATH K WES.
No. 31 1--3 Broad-street.
At Private Bale
That centrally and doslrably situated handsom
HOUSE ana LOT, No. 93 Went forth street, a few door
west of Coming street. The Lot measures 60 feet iron t
by 180 feet deep. Tbo House is three and a half storlo a
high, containing six square rooms, two nicely finished
attics, dressing rooms, bath room, ko., and pantry ;
water and g is throughout the house, and every modern
convenience. There is also a very fine cistern, large
number of well finished rooms in the yard, carriage
house, stable, flower garden, fruit trees, ko., and alto
gether one of the most conveniently arranged establish
ments in the cily.
For terms apply as above,_ ___ _
BY lit. M. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A THOROUGHBRED MARE, warranted sound. She
is fast la harness, and rides weR un 1er saddle. Can be
seen by applying, an above, at
July 7 4 NO. 33 BROAD STREET.
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale
Will be sold, "THE STATUTES OF SOUTH CARO
LINA," 10 Volumes, in Calf; also, other LAW BOOKS.
Apply as above, at No. 83 BROAD-STREET.
July 4 3
BREWERS OF FINE PALE AtiE?&PORyER
'W_ST.?8T---S-? BET?*" 7 8*8-AVE? NEW YORK.
1.10. W. CLARK & CO,,
Corner East Bay and Cnmberland street?,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAEEN THE SOLE AGENCY OF TH*?
above celebrated ALK, acknowledged to be
th? best In tt?<> market, are now prepared to supnl? the
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale in b?rrele and half barrels.
M?* , Btf