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Th.e Daily News.
TUESDAY MORNINa, -JULY 10, 1866.
LARUFN T CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITT.
OT THE T-.IST OF I__C_CT_EI.8 re
mulnin- in the Postoffloe at the end
of eaoh w**m**1". is p-abliahed officially
tn THB _3_VII_Y NKW8 every Fri
OT SEE SECOND AND THIRD PA OBS. -t?
Bi8 Honor Judge Iholib.?We are pained to
learn of the continued ?lineas of his Honor Judge
Inolis. From a privato letter received yostorday
by a gentleman of thie city, the news reaches us
that his Honor is in a most critical condition. Wo
trust, bowovor, that ho may recover.
We take pleasure in announcing to tho firemen,
oitizons gonorally, and espooially the ladies, that
the new and beautiful steamer of the Tonng
America Fire Company ie now on exhibition at
the sales room of Messrs. Nathan ? Ottolenoui,
corner Wentworth and Hooting streets. Wo
would solicit for this fino and stalwart company
of our Fire Department tho abare of approval
which their past eervioea have merited. Call and
judge of tho superior advantages of tbe rotary
over the piston engine.
An Outrage.? Yesterday morning some negro
eoldiore called at tho workshops of Mr. Aiujiiu-ai.ij
Mcl-Eisn for a pistol whiob had beou left therefor
repaire. A dispute arising as to tho cost of the
repairs, ono of tho negroes drew a knife and cut
one of tbe workmen in tho faco, inflicting an ugly
out on tho mouth. They then made oil with the
pistol. Tho polioo wore sent for, and a strong
party arrived just too late to be of use. They
came as quickly as they possibly could, but the
negroes bad made good thoir oecape.
United States Dutiuot Gotjbt, July 9.?Lieut.
Mannino, in command at tbe jail, made a retorn
to the Writ of Habeas Corpus in the case of
Michael Cosiell-o, claiming that he held the
priBonor under the authority of tho Presiden t of
the United States, and referring to the proclama
tion of September 15, 18C3, based on the act of
CongroBB of March, 1863. He also produced an
order from the Seoretary of War, instructing him
not to deliver up prisoners on Writs of Hab eas
Corpus. On motion of Messrs. MoObadt and
Son, Attorneys for the prisoner, a continuance for
one day was granted.
If oar telegram from Washington is correct, we
can congratulate Oobte?tx>, as well as others, on
the approaoh of liberty.
Mayor's Court.?Mopday Morning, July ).?
The hot weather seems to have created an un
pleasant feeling among the married folk?, black
and white. On Saturday there were three negroes
before the Provost Court for beating their wives,
and hero to-day are two white men for tbe same
offence. The first fellow, who was very dirty, and
wan aoouBed not only of beating biB wife, but also
of turning her and the children out of doors, was
turned over to a Magistrate. Tbe other, in con
sideration of his mfo not being able to appear
against him, was disobarged with a solemn warn
ing of the dire consequences of a repetition of
An individual for indulging in the sport of shoot
ing pigeons within the city limits was fined $10.
Provost Court, July 9.?United States vs. Max
well, (colored).?Assault and Battery.?Jos. Lynea
sworn : On Saturday night last, the prisoner and
David Smith came where I was standing, by my
gate; it seemed that the prisoner was ^hoarding
with David Smith, for I heard Smith say, " You
cannot get your things unless yon pay $3 ;" Smith,
who lives in the same yard with me, then went
into the yard while I remained at the gate ; the
prisoner came up to me and said, "Yon son of a
b-h, what have you got to do with it?" I told
him to go away, that I had nothing to do with
him ; he wentoff, saying that he would come back
prepared for me ; I then went in and sat on my
steps, bnt seeing prisoner coming towards me, I
went into the house ; the prisoner followed me,
and when I told him to go out, he said he had
come to kill mo ; he bad a knife in bis right hand.
(The knife?an ordinary table knife?was here
produced in Court.) He seized me by tbe throat,
and choked me so that I could not speak, and
dragged me ont of the house ; whon be
tried to jump acroaa a ditch, I got away, and
struok h i tn with a brick ; some one then called the
police, and they arrested him, and he resisted -,
my brothor, who was the policeman on that watob,
caught him, and he struck my brother with a
Policeman Lynee testified to the choking and to
tbe resistance offered to himself and the other po
The prisoner acknowledged that he was drunk
and did not know what he waa doing, and seemed
to be very sorry.
The Court informed tho prisoner that drunken
ness was an aggravation of the ofibneo and not an
excuse, and regretting their power extended no
further, puuished him to the utmost extent ol
$100 fine, and sixty days' hard labor.
United States vs.-. -Keeping a doe that
bit people ?A colored woman, rejoicing in the ro
mantic name of ?lorilla Ball, brought her little
girl into Court with her raiment in an interesting
state of dilapidation. She testified to tbe child's
dress being torn by defendant's dog. Defendant
produced a witness to show that the dog was not
m tbe street; but her evidence was circumstantial
and rather vague. The Court sentencod defend
ant to pay damages to tbo amount of $5, which he
thought rather heavy, as tho dross could not bave
cost, when neo*, more than $2, and no previous
demand had been made on him lor reparation.
United States M. Woman (white).?Assault and
Battery.?Thie was a caso of a quarrel and fight
between a colored woman and a white woman,
The colored woman test flod positively to tho as
sault and battery, which tbe white woman admit
ted, but said that tho colored woman had struct
or scratched her first. Fined $5.
At the close of tbe proceedings, a young ant
very ugly black woman appoared, with a ver*
small clay-colored baby in her arms, and com
Stained that tho papa would do nothing towardi
tie support of hie bopefal progony. She was re
ferred to Qon. Scott.
Tn? foi.ix.wiko are the numbers whiob draw tht
principal prizes Id the Havana Kentucky Stato Lottery
June 80, 18-M : Olsas D.?No. 620, $100,000 ; No
S169, $150,000 ; No. 17076, $?,000 ; No. 1031, $10,000
No. 7CS0, f M00 ; No. 18683, $3.850.
Eett_b I?T-T-?** Navra,?If your teoth are going
and yon bave not yet tried the "SOZODONT, " as a pre
larvative, try It now. Abandon all other dentrifrioei
and gire it a fair chanoo-u is guaranteed toba aa harm
lea? as water. tort
/ Auction Bales This Day.
Jamks TV. Bbowk A Co. will boII this dsy, at their
store, No. 116 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, boxos tobacco and
10 bags dtmagod rice; also bore? and cart, groceries, sic.
B. M. Mak.shall wBl soil this day, at his salos room,
No. 38 Broad-street, at 11 o'clock, oue stallion; also, a
work horso, Ac.
Ci.iFFoun h MATiinwKK will soil this day, In front of
tholr office. No. 31,Si Broad-street, at 11 o'clock, thrco
fine isJJlo and draught horse?, and buggy and har
Oantt h Boylk will soil this day, at the Exohango,
corner of last Bay and Broad streets, at 11 o'clock, o
houso and lot in tbo northeastern part of tbo olty.
O ad mm. DeWitt will noil this day, at bis atoro, No.
23 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, barcau, mattresses,
tables, bedstead, Ac.
Miixioa?, Mkix-iikbh h Oo. Mill scU this day, in
front of their store, No. 30 Venduo Range, at 10 o'clock,
an assortment of groceries, dry goods, plsnos, carpets,
M?es Da?_: will boU this day, at ble store, corner of
King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, dry goods, show
J. A. Thoubor will sell this day, In front of his store,
No. 14 Von duo Range, under Colonnade Row, at 10
o'clock, assorted furniture, and a variety of other
Latjjai? h Ai?XAWDsn will sell this day, In their store,
No. 137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf, at 10
o'clock, parlor matches, N. Y. shoulders, segars, pine
apple cheese, Ac.
Cheap Olothimo.? In these times, when everybody la
poor, and it takes a dollar and a half of a working man's
wages to make dollar in gold, tho price of clothin g Is
a matter of serious Importance. This has heretofore
been so high, that lndastrloas mon, earning even large
salaries, were feign to put up with the Body habili
ments of tho good times boforo \ho war. Wo are happy
to announce that il[r. William Matthiessen, a change
tout cela. That onterprlsing merchant has just pat
down bis large and weU-solccled stock of ready-made
clothing at such low prices, that every man can now In
dulge in the luxury of a new summer suit. 8eo sdver
Business Notioe?We call attention to Mr. John
Comminb. He offers one hundred cases of shooB, com
prising summer styles, for ladles, gent? and children, at
retail, for two months. Fifty cents on each pair will
certainly be saved by tho purohaser, besides getting a
prime shoo for wear.
Cadi at No. 137 Meet?g-Btreet, np stairs, nearly oppo
site to _?yne-street, sign of the Big Shoo. tuthi'j
EVEBT FAMILY ?hOUld h?VO S CASO Of Dr. HCMPHRETS'
Bpeotfic Homoeopathic Medioik_. Thoy are simple,
easUy applied, harmless, and yet, In a thousand in
stance?, they arrest disease, allay pain and suffering,
save calling the doctor, and prove a friend Indeed. The
valuable service rendered immensely overbalances the
small sum they cost. See advertisement. Address
H?nn?_ucTS* Sri?no Homcsopai?o Medicine Co.,
No. 563 Broadway. N. Y. 6
An Increasing Demand.?No article bas ever won
more general and lasting favor than
The demand for them from ladles, clergymen, mer
chant?, etc., is incredible.
The simple trial of ?bottle is the evidence we present
of their worth and snporlority.
Epr Dyspopsla and Low Spirits, Bad Breath, Pain In
the 8lde, Back, and Stomach, Distress after Eating,
Headache, Heartburn, Ac-, we confidently recommend
the Plantation Bittesa.
They are the pleasan tes t tonic ever taken. No change
of diet Is required whUe using them. Eat all the good,
healthy food your stomach craven.
The good effects of Plantation Bittbiis are seen
upon making the first trial. A very few bottles often
leave the worst dyspeptic sound and hearty
FnoM Head to Foot. tatha8
Wonderfiil but True !
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologlst and SomnambnBstlc Clairvoyant, while in
clairvoyant state, delineates the very features of the per
son you are to marry, and by the aid of an instr?mest
of intense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guar
antee? to produce s> perfect and life-like pic turo of the
fut?? husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation*, leading traits of character, ho.
This is no imposition, as testimon?ala without number
can ' assert By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
color of oyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will re.
celve the picture by retnrn mall, together with desired
Address in confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. O. Box ?7, West Troy, N. Y.
May 8 tuths3_o
Is Health Worth Having ?
If it Is, protect it 11 la a jewel as easily lost aa vir
tue, and in some cases as difflouit to recover. Nature,
in onr climate, and especlallv at this season, requires
to be occasionally reinforced. But everything depends
apon tbe tonlo used for this purpose. The medicinal
tinctures, all of which are bated on common alcohol, are
dangerous. Quinine, as everybody finds ont who takes
much of it, is a slow poison. One safe protective from
aUunhealthy atmospheric influences ox Uta and one only.
This powerful preventive Is HOSTETTER'S CELE
BRATED STOMACH BITTERS, a compound of the
purest Btlmnlant over manufaotored, with tho most ef
fective tonics, alteratives, regulators, and depurstors
that ohemtstry has yet extracted from the botanical
kingdom. Convalescents, languid and feoble from re
cent sickness, will find the Bitters an incomparable
Restorative, not disagreeable to tbo taste, and emi
nently Invigorating. No other etlmalant producos|tho
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 0
LIFE llllltffl? AGENCY.
TUPPER A LANE,
? IN PLANTERS' d MECHANICS' BA NK BUILDING.
Ko. 188 East Bay-street?
1 REPRESEN UNO THE FOLLOWING FIR8T-OLAS9
1 COMPANIES of the highest responsibility, with Cash
I Capitals of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
'. 8E0DR1TY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
PB?NIXIN8BRAN0E COMPANY. OF NEW YOUR.
I M AN H Al TAN INBUHANOE CO., OF NEW YORE.
. INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
, NORTH AMERICAN INBUBANOE CO., OF NEW YORK
. GBEAT WESTERN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORE.
I WIDOWS AND ORPHANS BENEFIT LIFE)
INHUIIANCK CO., OF" VK W YORK.
80?THERN ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
* fire, MARINE and Li fe RISKS taken as low as any
' reliable Company, and Losses promptly paid at this
j Agency. *
' A.A. LANE.BAM'L Y. TOPPER.
_** AWAY WITH BP?OTAG_BB.?OLD EYAS
. midft sew, without Bpeotaoles, Doctor or Med? eins
Pamphlet mailed tito on receipt of tea Ottita. Addre-ej
. B.B. FOOTS. M.D., No. 1180 Broadway, Now York.
PPLY TO W. T. LEITOH,
. July 10 1 No. 35 Broad- street.
MONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT RAILROAD
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COO
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COU
PONS ((,-narautcod by tho Slate)
STATE OF (11: Jill? JA CO0PON8.
Apoly to CONNER _ WILSON.
July 10 _ 2
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 5 TO
8 o'clock. Morning and Evening, at White Point
Gordon Bathing House.
July 10 _r. KILROY. Proprietor.
SOLIGIT3 PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter ProssOB, Printing Prestos; makes and re
pairs Hoisting Maoblnos for Stores; makoa.aU kinds ol
Wrought snd Stool Ploughs, with or without stocks. Alio,
a general run of II L AUK 8 M IT H WORK; also Wheel
wright Work In general. AROH'D Mc_EI8U,
\r./-.? tii'iti'iiitcft N-v 4 tPnnilxarlanti afreet.
HAS J08r RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF 8UPERFINE CONFED
ERATE OBEY OLOTH, maimfacture Jecpresaly for civil*
tan's summer and early fall wear In the South. Will
be sold in Suits, er small Iota. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B. These shades will always bo found in my store.
HKNRY TRENCHARD, formerly Cl. th manufacturer
for the Confederate 8tates Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
change street, Oharleston, 8. 0.
S3*- Will bartor for Wool. lmo Juno 38
HAMS, SHOULDERS, &c.
1 j~\ BARBEL8 OF THE CELEBRATED WASH
?.VJ 1NGTON EXTRA BUGAR-CURED HAMS
10 barrels of well known brand Horns
10 hhdB. Prime Shoulders
15 barrels Prime Pork Heads.
Landing and for sale bv
LAUREY k ALEXANDER,
No. 137 East Bay, opp jette North Atlantic Wharf.
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
\\TANTED TO POROHA8E A SMALL QUANTITY
> V of LONG STAPLE COTTON, not glnno*. for try
iDg McCarthy Gins- Qnallty not Important. Apply at J
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY'8 FOUNDRY.
Jnly 9_3_No. 314 Meeting-street.
CHOICE PORTO RICO MO LAS
blfr BHDS. OF THE ABOVE JU8T LANDED FROM
_5fJ BritlBh schooner "Aid," now in store and for
sale by 8ALA8 k CO.
July 9_3_No. 118 East Bsy.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
?)(\ HHDS. BACON, "SHOULDERS AND BIDES*'
_5v_7 60 tlorces Hams, Sugar-Cured
200 barrels Flour, Extra and Sapor
100 barrels Sugar, all grades
25 firkins Butter, G-oebcn
50 flrklntt and tubs Lard, Extra and City
50 sacks Coffee, Java, Bio snd Lagnayra
100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
100 barrels Whlskoy, ?11 qualities.
MANY OTHER ARTICLES too numerous to men
For sale at LOWEST MARKET PRIOE. by
L. F. KOE8TEB,
Juno 28 thmtulmo No. 94 East Bay.
CJi*AA BUSHELS CORN, FOB SALE TO AR
8HAOKELFORD k FRASER.
July 10 3
CORN ! CORN ! !
Q Qi<\i/~\ B?BHEL8 PRIME WHITE OOBN
??vU 3000 bushels Yellow and Western Mixed
Corn. For sale by weight, by
JNO. 8. BIRD, Ja. k CO.,
July 9 8 Corner Oharch and Tradd rlreots.
CORN AND OATS AFLOAT.
ni\? \f\ BUSHELS PRIME MARYLAND CORN.
0 \_f \_f \J per sehr. Wenonah
500 bushels Prime Heavy Osts, per sohr. Wapolla.
For sale low while landing, by
WEST ft JONE8,
Inly 0 No. 76 East Bay.
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
OR SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JOS. H. RI8LEY.
MALI. LOT FOR SALE LOW. T"> CLOSE CON
SIGNMENT, by JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
THB HIGHEST MARKET RATES PAID FOR
MELONS, PEACHES, TOMATOES and POTA
TOES, in Urge lots, by H. P. G ILE.
June 27 13 No. 131 Me-eUn ?-street.
0A8F.B OF LEAF TOBACCO, WRAPPERS, FIL
LERS AND BINDERS. For sale by
June 26 tutbf-S* No. 55 Focloly street, near King.
*T*IHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
J. arrangement*-, onoe more for the manufacture of
the beat COTTON GINSovor mado in this country, are
now prepared to re?oive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and well known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, wiU, wo hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that the article will give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT k CO.,
May 14 Wtnnsboro. 8. O.
1 S\f\ CABES OF SHOES, COMPRISING SUMMER
i\J\J STYLES, for Ladies, Gents and Children, are
offered AT RETAIL, for two months, at No. 187 MEET
ING-BTREET, UP BTAIRS, nearly opposite to Hsyne
atreot. All purchasers will certatoly save flfty cents on
each pair of Shoes, together -1th having a prime article
for wear. JOHN COMM.IN8,
No. 137 Meotiug-stroet, Up Stairs,
July 3 tothsO_Sign of the Big Shoe.
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENCH BURR AND COLOGNE, 18 To 40 IN0UE&
POT8, OVEN8, ANC SPIDERS.
For sals at
HART & CO.'S,
CORNER KINO AND MARKET 8T3.
June 14 _ lm0
No. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMER.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TIC RIOE. An assortment of oil grades cou
?tantly on hand._J?ne 2B
mHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO LB*
1 City, will contract lor all kinds of HOUSE-BUILD
LNG AND REPAIRING. W. H. ORUVER,
Or at D?wstOa* a B_aoeh-**'s. No. 17 Broad-street.
DREWSTER & BPRATT,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors In E-quHj*.
ornan no. se uroad-otreet,
MILLIQAN, MKLCHKRS ?V CO.,
No. HO Vendu? Itavocre.
Will soll THIS DAY, July 10, at lu o'clock,
1 Excellent HOHE WOOD PIANO?7 octavo
1 eplondid 18 KARAT GOLD WATOB-Jo?. Johnston,
3 OAHPETH (3 ply); I lot COCOA MATTINO
2 BRUSSELS RUGS, ami a general assortment of
DEDBTKA1>8. labtoe, Bureau, Chairs, 1 aiiip Star
hoard Lamp, Ac, Ac July h>
Groceries. Dry Ooods, Ac.
MULLIGAN, nil l.< Hi- us ? CO.,
Will sell, TBI8 DAY, In front of tliolr store, No. 20
Venduo Bango, at 10 o'clock,
300 t'iiggt-<l HAMM
KO baggod Shouldors
SO Bacou Sides
a boxea primo Chewing Tobacco
10 I oxen Fig Bluo
0 boxes Gillies' Pepper
3 boxns Ground Black Pepper
13 boxes Mustard
2 boxes Alsplce
1 hox Cinnamon
2 boxes Popper Haue o
5 boxes Family Soap
5 boxes English Castile Soap.
A i-eiirral assorimcntof DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes,
Hats. Ac. Ac July lo
Dry Ooods, Show Case, do.
DY MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, wlllbeaold. atmy Btoro,
cornor of Hing and Liborty streets.
Piceos PRINTED JA.UON&T AND LAWN
Pieces Plain and Dotted Swiss
Pieces Plaid Leno and Paul de Chenca
Pieces Flgurod (?ronadine and Borcgo
Pieces Plaid DeLalncs and Balzorlno
PieceB Mourning Lawn, English Long Cloth
Brown Homespun, Llnon Tow- Hing
8ummer Oasslmori?, Scotch Tweed
All Wool CasBlmero, Melton Olotb, Ac, Ac.
Men's Linen BoBom Shirts
"Ladies' and Cents' Hosiery, Hoop Skirts
Parlor Mat?, Drawers
Lad!os* White Tucked Skirts. Nockties
L. O. Hdkfs, Suspenden?, Hair Blushes
Agato Buttons., Spool Thread, Fans, Ac.
1 LARGE SHOW CASE
Sofas, Cribs, Chairs, Tables, Ac.
Assorted Furniture, ?fcc, _c.
BY ? A. TUOURON.
THIS DAY, July 10, 18CC. at 10 A. M., In front of my
Store, No. 14 Vendue Bango, nndor Colonnade Row,
MAHOGANY TABLES, Ohairs, Bedsteads, Sofas,
Loungo, Largo and Small Mattossus, Mirror, Crib
OhaliB, Tables, Pictures, Ac, Ac
Lot of KITCHEN UTENSILS, Crockeryware, Presa
Mahogany Ice Box, Child's Play House
Korosono Stove, dock. Watches, Ao, Ac.
Tern? cash on delivery. July 10
Bureau, Mattresses, Ac.
BY GABRIEL. DeWlTT.
Will be sold, THI8 DAY, 10th lnst, at 10 A. M., atBtore
No. 23 Vendue Range, wlthout resorve,
1 BUREAU, 2 MATTRESSES, 3 Common Tables, 1
Bedstead, a lot of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Shoes, Crockery, Ac, Ac.
Articles received until hoar of sale._Jnly 10
Parlor Matches, New York Shoulders, Segare,
Pineapple Cheese, Ac.
BY -AUREY _ ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 10th lnst, will be sold, in our Store, No.
137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf, at 10
7 cases Parlor Matches
2000 Segare, "La Colmena"
800O S?3g?s, "Elegantes"
10 boxes Pineapple Cheese
6 tierces New York Sugar-Cured Shoulders
60 boxes Bl-Carb. Soda, Ground Pepper, Spices,
Popper Sauce, Ac, Ac
Conditions cash. July 10
Positive Sale?Furniture, etc.
BY LAVRBY *al ALEXANDER.
TO-MORROW, the 11th lnst., will bo sold, at the north.
west corner of Meeting and Market streets, second
and third story, at 10 o'olook,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE, consisting
of MaboKt?y and Walnut Wardrobes, Extonslon Dining
Tables, Mahogany Tables, Mahogany Marble-Top
Tables. Halr-Soat Spring Chairs and Rockers, Book
Caaes, Secretaries and Writing D?ko, Marble Top Bu
reaus and Wasbstandn, Mahogany Bedsteada with Cor
nices, Mattrotses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillowe,
Window Shades. Looking Glasses, Children'? Chair?, and
sundry other articles too nameroos to mention.
Conditions cash. July 10
Stock of a Sutler, and Balance of a Dry Ooods
McKAY ?V CA1?PB--I*
WUl sell TO-MORROW, 11th lnst. at 10 o'clock,
CLOTHING, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Blankets, Tin
ware, Gutta, Percha Bedspreads.
SURGICAL AND DENTIST'S INSTRUMENTS, In cases.
1 case ENGLISH ORGANDY MU8LIN8, fast oolors
3 casos Assorted Ruchos, for Milliner's nso
Flowers, Lace Sots, Linen Sets, 8traw Hats
Sundowns, Loghorn Caps, Neckties. 8uiponders
Oravstv, White and Slate Hose and Half Roso
Needles, Pins, Bonnet Materials. Gloves, Ac, Ae.
NOTTINGHAM LAOE CURTAINS, for Windows
White Goods, Ginghams, Ao.
KENTUCKY JEANS, Mourning Prints, Homespun, Ao.
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, the property of a
person leaving the City.
Conditions cash. V- Jnly 10
E. HI. WHITING,
OORONEB AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFIOE TO NO. St CHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
THE UNDERSIGNED, MEASURERS AND INSPEC
TORS OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, oan be found
at the office formorly occupied by J. W. BRODIE A
80N, west end of Broad street. All orders left there
wlB meet with prompt attention.
SAMUEL P. BENNET.
T. F. BRODIE.
C. 8. JENKINS.
June 30 10 O. M. BESSKLUEU.
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.
THIS ASSOCIATION IS NOW PREPARED TO EXE
CUTE NEEDLE WORK of every description, and
thcBo having Work to be done, and are disposed to
promoto this benevolent undortaklng. will pleaso make
application at the DEPOSITORY, in ohalmers-atreet
Persons wishing to obtain NEEDLE WORK from ttio
Association will apply to thn Superintendents of their
respective WARDS, on TUESDAY of each week, name
Winn No. 1.?Miss EMMA RAVENEL, No. 38 Moot
Wabo No. 2.?Miss MARIE OQIER, No. 8 King
Waub No. 3.?Mrs. J. R. 8IMONTON, No. 311 East
WAnn No.??M<ss ELLENSTEADMAN, King-street,
Wauii No 6.?Mrs. J. DEWEES, No. 10 Mary-atreet
Ward No. A.?Mrs. G. OBI80LM, No. 103 St Phil
Wahd No. 7.?Mrs. GUY. No 308 Meeting-street. S
Waiiii No. 8.?Mrs NEWTON, No. 93 Cannon-street.
W. F. DiSAU8SUBE, Secretary.
July 3 _ mini
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA,
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT
$?60,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVEBY BEVENTBB>
Prises cashed and Information furnished.
The highest ratea patd lor Doubloons au J *ii Kind
Gold ?nC Silver. T*?Yf.On A CO.- Barks*?.
*mnsmmmw * "mo No- 1?* Va.1 .?c-?t*t. *i?>w ?' ?? Ir
GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE WORLD.
Tli o most intensely i ulero* ting work ovor published,
0HEMI8TRY VI0T0BIOU8 OVEB CHOLERA.
By a New York Physician.
This book explains overy feature of the disease on sci
entific principles, and will absorb the attention of thou
u nds of physicians, and millions of pooplo, for. In
x plaining tho disease, it furnishes aprovtmtlvotooverj
Eerson predisposed, and tbo means of cure for those
avlng an attack.
The trado supplied by the American News Company.
Nos. 110 sud m Nassau-streot, New York. Retail. .'5
?<Tts. ? ? n? J?*?o H?-?
TIIK DARLINGTON SOUTHERNER.
'I -E SOUTHERNER IS PUBLISHED REGULARL?
L every FRIDAY MORNING, at Darlington Gourt
House, S. O., by JAMES M. BROWN, and Edited by It
W. BOiD, Esq. It baa lust oommenoed Its SEVENTH
VOLUME under very flattering auspices. It Isa largi
sheet. Is printed on the best of paper, and the publish?
la determined to spare neither labor nor expense 11
making it worthy of the largeat patronage. Having s
good and rapidly growing circulation among the Plant
ara and Merchants of Darlington District, and o i tb
Pee Dee cot?try ,lt ?fters strong induoemenU to C
Merchants and others dealroas of making them at
anowu laroughtbe ?nedlnm of idvurtiaemen*''
Work Horse and Colt.
?IA?IKS W. IUio\V"W ?V CO.
Will sell, THIB DAY, bcforo their store. No. 118 Eaa
Bay, at 10 o'clock,
1 FINE WORK HORSE.
Condition? cash._ July 10
JAMEN W. I! It OWN -ftOCL
Will sell THIS DAY, at their Store, No. 116 East Day, at
10 barrels Sugar
10 half and quarter bbls. MocKorol
6 barrels Ground Ouffee
10 Imrrt-lH Flour
20 dozen Blooms.
Condition*, cieh._ July 10
JAMKS IV. JUltOWN St CO.
Will sell TbIS DAY, at ihclr Store, No. 110 East Bay,
at 10 o'clock,
41 boxoB T-..BACCO?pounds
20 box..? TOUACCO-6's
16 boxes TOBACCO?10'B * .
Conditions canil. July 10
Damaged Hice, on Account of all Concerned.
-TANKS W. BROWN Si OO.
Will sell THIB DAY, at their Storo, No. 116Fact Bay,
at 10 o'clock,
10 bsgaRIOE, damaged and sold on accoitt-* of Un
derwriters and all concerned.
Conditions cash. * :> 10
BY It. M. MARSHALL..
THIS DAY, tbo 10th Imt,, will bo sold, at ?f Salea
Room, No. 33 Broad-street, at 11 o'clu ...
36 lbs. BLACK TEA.
Jnly 10_ _
BY R. RI. MARSHALL.?
THIS DAY, 10th lnstint, will ho sold oefore my Sales
Room, No. 33 Broad-etroet,
1 MULE, warranted sound.
1 Donkey, 1 Cart and Harneas. July 10
BY R. ML I.1AHHHAL.L,.
Will bo sold on THI8 DAY, 10th lnst., at 11 o'olock,
boforo my Biles Room, No. 33 Broad street,
One STALL) ON?he works well In singlo and double
liarnoes, and is a fair Baddle Nag.
ONE WORK HORSE._July 10
BY CLIFFORD ?V ri/VTHKWBN,
No. .ill-la Brontl.stveet.
Will bo sold THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
OVE BANDBOME BLACK 8ADDU? AND DRAFT
MARE, 6 year* old.
Four good Work Mules.
Terms caeh_July 10
Draft and Saddle Horses, Buggy and Harness.
BY CLIFFORD ?Se Mil/s II BWKN.
THIS DAY. the 10th lnst., will be sold at our Office.
No. il \' Broad-street, at 11 o'olock. without rosorve,
Three FINE DRAFT and SADDLE HOR8E8, Ja? t
from a long journey, and only sold because the owner
has no further uso for them.
A fino BUQGY and HARNESS, In completo order.
Terms cash. July 10
House and Lot Northeastern part of the City.
BY OANTT ?Si BOYLK.
THIS DAY, the 10th inst, at tbo Exchange, corner
Broad snd East Bay streets, at II o'olock, will be of
That naat and pleasant RESIDENCE, retired from
Amherst-street, betweon Hanover and America streets,
with passageway eight feet ons inch leading thereto.
The House contains four rooms. The lot, which Is high
and dry, measures forty five feet front, by 73feet In
depth. On the premises are fruit treoB, and a most ex
cellent well of water.
The place will be found a very pleasant residence fo
a small family.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay G. k B. for papers.
July 10 smtuB
Sale of Government Property.
BY WILLIAM (iliilNKV. Auctioneer.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, THURSDAY, lath inst..
at the Government btab'os, No. 23 Quoen stroot, at
10 o'clock A. M., the followingdesoribed PROPERTY:
04 pair? AXLES and BOXEB
75 pairs Cart-Wheels
By order. JAMES P. LOW,
Cap- aud A. Q. M.
Terms?Cosh in Government funds. July 9
1UILLIOAIV, 1HELCIIERS St CO.
Will sell, on FRIDAY. 13th mutant, on Accommodation
Wharf, at 11 o'clock A. M..
1 SMOKESTACK, 6 foot diameter, 30 feet long.
Will be sold at BAMBERG, & O., on TUESDAY, 17th
lnst, to the highest bidder,
ONE HOUSE AND LOT, belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
38, A. F. AT. ; very desirable location tn the town of
The OLD RUINS of sold Lodge.
Conditions?Credit until 1st day of January, 1807,
with two approved s iretlej, bearing interest from day
W. T. EA8TERIJNG. ?
J. F. I-I-AR, 1
M. W. FELDEB, V Oommleeloncra
W. H. l-I.AR,
L. T. IZLAB? J
AUCTION SALB OF VALUABLE. HORSE'S .
nitULKS, WAUON8, Ate.
Will be sold on MONDAY, Jnly IGtb. 1846, at 10 O'oloc
AM., at Booth Commercial Wharf, Charleston, 8. O.
60 MULES?in good oondltlon
40 HORB_S?In good condition _
1 lot ARMY WAGONS *
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash, In U. 8. Currency.
Property to be removed within forty-eight honra ati?
sale, or stored ?t risk and expense of the purchaser.
By order of
Brevet Lieut. Col. O. W. Thom__. Obief Q. M.
JAME8 It. GILMORE.
Brevet Lieut OoL and A.Q. M.
July 2 13
THE UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, located In the City of Charleston, 8. 0.
will be sold to the highest bidder, eubjact to the ap
proval of the bid by the Secretary of the Treasury,?
1- M-, JULY 19th, 1866, on the promlies.
Terms of Sale?$1000 cash; balance In equal pay menu
of thirty, sixty and ninety days A Certificate of Bale
will be given at tbe tmie, and the deeds to be oiecuted
upon the payment of the last instalment of the purchoar
money. A. G-. MACK BY,
June 10 Collector of Custom?.
Pleasant and Desirable Besidenoe in the North
xcestern part of the City.
BY W. Y. La-lTCil.
At Private Bale
That commodious and very desirable RESIDENCE
situated in Warren, betweon Coming and Thomas sts.,
containing 12 rooms, pantry, and Gaa throughout.
On the I-romiiea aro Kiteben, Stable, Carriage Bouse,
and a Urge Cistern.
The Lot is large, high, and dry
This property is quite desirable as a residence, being
in a very pleasant part of the otty, and within a sh>rt
distance of the route of the omnibus lino. The Rest*
deuce can be inspected by applying upon the Lot.
For further particulars, apply sa above, at
July 7 stuthS NO. 26 BROAD STREET.
BY R. M. MARSHALL
At Private Sale?
A THOROUGH-BRBD MARE, warranted sound. She
is fast In harnees, and ridos well under saddle. Can be
eeen by applying, as above, at
Jnly 7 4 NO. 33 BROAD 8TREET.
BY R. N. MARSHALL.
At Private Sole
Will be sold, "THE STATUTES OF SOUTH CARO
LINA." 10 Volumes, In Oolf; also, other LaW BOOKS,
Apply as above, at No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
July ? 3
M ACPHERSO? &DDN?LD SMITH
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES MRTER
' WEST I8T^ST BET?-- 7 &S AVE? NEW YORK.
(?KO. W. CLARK & It,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AOBSOY OF TUB
above celebrated ALB, acknowledged to be
Ui-? best in the market, are now prepared to supply the
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the niim??,
For sale In barrels and hall barr-al*.