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The .Daily _N"ews.
WEDNE8DAY MORNING, JULY 11, I860.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
taT THB LIST O-?" JL-ICTTBQRS re
maining; in. the Postoffloe at tlie end
of ouojrt, week 1? p-ublishe?:? offioiully
1? THE DAIL _*" NKWS every _T*jrf
?ar SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES, -a?
Meeting or the Palmetto Guard Associa
tion.?Attention ie directed to the advertisement
of an adjourned mooting of tbia Association to bo
bold to-nigbt. This Association bas been formed
for tho purpose of perpotnating the social ties
formed boforo and during the war, in connootion
with tho old Palmetto Guard, and any ono at any
time connected with that corps will be welcomed
at tho mooting of tho Association.
Moobdead's Bitte?s.?Tho public should bear
in mind that these colobratod bitters aro still
manufactured by James MoKkan, at No. 99 Oal
boun-strcet, who has beon making them for the
last twenty yoarB. Those bitters have the appro
bation of many physicians, and of all in this city
that have need tbom. Their efficacy as a stomachic,
assisting digostion, in relieving bowel complsintB,
and fovor and ague, have been fully tested and
I. O. O. F., Howard LODGE, No. 3.?At a regu
lar meeting of thie Lodge, held on Thursday
evening, tho 5th of July, tho following officers
were iubtailed for the current Term, viz :
Bro. F. W. ARNHOLTER, N- Q.
Bro. H. WEDEMYEB, V. Q.
Bro. W. F. DUNLAP. Secretary.
Bro. 3. E. MEYER, P. B. and Treasurer.
Bio, E. L. TERRY, C.
Bro. H. D. LUBS, W.
Bro. J. D. MhYF.R. R. H. S. to N. O.
Bro. O. HAMBURGER, L. B. 8. to N. O.
Bro. E. II EBERHARDT, L. S. 8.
Bro. F. POBTWIO, R. 8. 8.
Bro. a JACKSON, O. B. O.
Bro. J. WILLIS. I. O.
The Finest Irish Potatoes wc have seen in
many a' long year, wo found in tho northeastern
part of our city, growing in ground, not very rich
naturally, nor highly manured, but carefully and
well cultivated. The tubers are of the kind
known as Mercer e, we believe. We saw twelve of
them weighed (avorage), and they drew lOi}
pounds. One monster specimen weighed one
pound and ten ounces. This is certainly no kin to
the "small potatoes" wc hear so much about. And
boft of all, these same 'taters arc as good as they
are large; and it is doubtless owing to long feed
ing on this delightful vogetablo that makes many
of our Hibernian friendB so mealy-mouthed.
A Brutal Assault.?Yesterday morning a little
white girl, living in Drake street, about thirteen
years old, was sent by her mother to a shop to
purchase some corn. She bad a five-dollar bill,
and having only expended a small sum at the
store, was carrying the change, $4.65, in her
hand, and making her way homo. A negro boy,
nearly grown, seems to have watchod hor and fol
lowed her; and when she got to Amherst street,
between Hanover and Amorica, ho attacked her,
attempting to wrest the money from her hand.
But she clutched tightly. He threw her on the
ground then, and continued his efforts to get the
money. Not being able to open her hand, he bit
her hand very severely in three or four places,
when, luckily, a woman turned the corner, whom
seeing, this brutal savage took to his heels.
We have heard of numerous* caseB within the
lAst few weeks, not exactly as bad as this, per
haps, but tending in the same dit ection. Ladies
tell ?b every day or two of some deliberate insult
offered them in the Btreet; little girls are onfied
and abused by aorae of these cowardly wretches,
who ni ways take good care not to commit these
outrages except when there are no gentlemen
within sight. But although we hear of euch cases
almost daily, we very seldom speak of them, not
wishing to do aught calculated to foment ill
feeling between the two races. But the case
above narrated was one of a character we could
not paBB by unnoticed. The girl says she does not
recollect ever having seen the negro before, but is
confident she would recognize him if she were to
see him again.
CotinT of Common Pleab.?On yesterday, after
the paying off of the juries and the transaction of
other unimportant business, Attorney-General
Havne, in a few pert-nent remarks, alluded to the
great fatigue undergone by Judgo Dawkins in the
long and harassing session through which he
had just paseen, and moved that the Cot;rt ad
journ. He was supported in the motion by Chah.
H. Simonton, Esq., John Phillips, Esq., and
other prominent membors of the Bar, all of
whom joined in a just tribute to the energy, en
durance and judicial ability of the presiding
The Court then adjourned until the second
Monday in June.
Thus ends one of the most important sittings
ever held by tho Court of Common Pleas and
General Sessions in this city. The criminal
dockot was unoommonly heavy, and presented
such an array of murders, burglaries and other
crimes, as we are happy to say is of very rare oc
currence in our city.
On the civil Bide of tho Court, though the busi
ness transacted has not been large, important
legal questions have arisen, growing out of the
circumstances of the late war, and requiring
prompt and wise decision. Through all this siege
of hard work, and this unusual weight of respon
sibility, Judge Daw?ins has borne himsolf with
calm confidence and untiring energy, and in this
his first judicial connection with the Charleston
Bar, has secured that position as Judge, which
his previous reputation as a barrister entitled his
friends to expoot. It is not to bo wondered at
that, after the labors of such a session, he should
require roat and relaxation; but we hopo that a
few weeks amid tho comforts and enjoyment-] of
his up-country home, will restore him to the full
vigor of health and strength.
Provost Court, July 10, I860.?Tho Court ren
dered its decision in the case of United States vs.
Coroner Whiting for false imprisonment.
The oircum.stanoss of the case were that
Coroner Whiting, when holding or about to hold
his inqueut in the o&ho ot the body of Richard
B&antford, killed in a riot nomo time ago, was
told that a colored man was preventing juror? and
witneoBCs from attending bis inqnost. Ho had
tbo man srrostod and pot in the Guard Houeo,
whoro bo was kept for twenty-ono boure. Honco
Peter Brown, a colored boy of twelvo or thirteen
Biimmors, who was up for drawing tin indecent
picture- in a public place, was ditjeharged with a
Uuitcd 8latee vs. Paul Hutchings, colored.?
Stealing Boote.?Henry Crincb, sworn: Live in
Charleston and have etoro at No. 340 King street;
prisoner camo in and asked for boots; I showed
bimapairof number sovens and told bini tbo
prico was W; ho said bin foot were too dirty to got
thorn on, and asked for a pan- of sucks; I turned
round to got the sooks and he ran off with the
boots; followed him a long way, and bo was llnal
ly bauled ont of a chimney with the boote on bis
$20 or 30 days.
United 8tatos vs. Honry Washington, colorod. ?
Disorderly, throwing brickbats.?Policeman Bkal
ly : Last night, botwoon 8 and 9 o'clock, in Pitt
Btreet, near Montague, on post, some colored
peoplo told mo thoro had boon a groat crowd of
Soys who had just passed, and tboy oxpectod
thom bad' again. I tried to conceal my star, and
when the boys camo back I arrosted defendant,
with bricks in bia pockot and a stair-rod in his
band. [Thoso were produced in Court,] He was
not throwing brick h or making any disturbance,
but he was the leader of the crowd.
Discharged, with reprimand.
United States vs. William Williams?Larceny.?
Dennis Moore sworn: In May Inat, ton miles from
Mount Pleasant, on Mr. Gervais' plantation, I had
employed defendant and another man on my
place, and one Friday I left the place, not being
in the habit of leaving until Saturday; on Monday
came baok and found my house broken open, a
staple being pulled out; several tbingB bad been
taken?tobacco, molasses, liquors, and a pistol
belonging to a froedman named Friday, also fifty
pounds bacon; am positive about tho.'piBtol; it was
in tbo cupboard, and tbo bacon was in the uame
room in a barrol; on Monday saw prisoner thoro;
also saw Friday, who asked me for bis pistol; 1
told him it was not repaired yet, and he said that
I bad sold it; that ho liad seen it yesterday in tue
possession of the man I sold it to; I said that was
not so; ho said that dofoudant had it; I bave seen
it since Friday brought it to mo.
Elijah Polos, colorod, States evidence, sworn: I
went, on Friday, to take a cow to the village and
turned back because thero were too many: whon
I went back saw defendant have a drink of whis
key in a bottle, which ho said Mr. Moore gave
him; I saw him have Friday's pistol, and he said he
bought it from Mr. Moore; I told him to Bend the
Eistol to Friday, because I knew it belonged to
im; I took tho pistol and gave it to Jacob and ho
gave it to Friday: on the plantation on Friday
there were Tom, defendant and myself.
The prisoner made a statement, confessing his
own guilt, and protesting against the attempt of
Elijah Polos, who was equally guilty, t? get out of
it, and Bbove it all on him.
The Court found the prisoner guilty, and re
gretting that it could not punish him more, fined
him $100 and sentenced him to sixty days' hard
Mayor's Cotjbt, Tuesday Morning, July 10.?
Nothing of importance before the Court to-day.
Ono unfortunate woman was up for being drunk
and obstructing the pavement. The drunken men
constantly before this Court are disgusting
enough, bat drunken women surpass the en
durance even of a reporter.
Fire at Obakobbdbq.?Oranoeb?bo C. H., S.
C, July 10.?The alarm of fire sounded again
this morning, about daybreak, in this fire-beset
town. It seems to have originated in a black
smith's shop?that of Mr. Samuel, Clarke; it was
consumod, and with it the store of Coh.nellsen,
Kramer ?Co. The buildings are totally destroyed,
and at least the larger portion of their contents.
At this point, happily, the fire was arrested by
the faithful efforts of some of those who had
gathered at the alarm.
While on the spot I did not succeed in seeing
either of the principal sufferers to learn the
amount ot their loss, or whether it was about
oovered by their insurance, as currently reported.
The firm whose atore is destroyed are among our
"new men;" one of them an ox-Confederate sol
dier, and the other a Northern man. By their
enterprise, and diligence, and readiness to oblige,
they h&ve won many friends here, who are sin
cerely grieved that this calamity bas befallen
Bennet?V?AE, 8. C.?The Eastern Journal of
Saturday sayB : "Last Monday being sale day,
quite a number of our citizens were in attendance
at this place. Wo endeavored to gather some
items for the 'local, ' but could hear of nothing
but 'grass,' 'grass,' and gloomy accounts of the
cotton crop. The Commissioners of the Poor held
a meeting during the day, and reported twenty
three paupers for Marlboro' District. Trade du 11
in the morning, but beoame lively around some
cider carts in the afternoon, and seemed to impart
asimilar effect upon a good number of those en
gaged in it."
Captured_The same paper also has the fol
lowing: "In our last issue we mentioned that Mr.
Wkathebia'h blooded raoer had been stolen. On
the morning following that event, MessrB. W. D.
Cbossland and Jaok. N. Weathebly made pur
suit, and after three days' bard riding, exhibiting
indomitable persovoranco in following out the
track, over the rocks and hills of Moore and Ran
dolph counties, N. C, succeeded in capturing the
horse within a few miles of Ash boro'. The thief
having abandoned him, was not apprehended.
His name-BETBEUEt. M. Daweins alias Melton,
is connected with other instances of tbia speoieB
Chfjiaw, S. C.?A friend writes us as follows :
"A large and well attended exhibition oame off in
Oboraw on last Thursday, July 7th, in behalf of
the suffering poor of that vicinity, whioh refleoted
mnoh credit on the young ladies and gentlemen
engaged therein, as well as on the matrons who
managed the refreshment tables. The nature of
the oxorcisuB partook more of the order of a Fuir
than of a Concert, commencing at six o'clook P.M.
for the bonofit of the children and their nurses,
who invested their small sums in cake, lemonade
and ices. At eight o'clock the tableaux, charades,
Ac, came off with such success before a large
house, that it is decided to have another exhibi
tion at an early day. Over $300 were realized by
this evening's work, whioh will go a long waye in
supplying the wants of the destitute."
- a ? a
Impobtant to State Banks.?The First Comp
troller has recently received several communica
tions from banks in different sections of the coun
try, reqnosting information in reference to the
passage of the law extending the timo until Au
gust let before the law imposing a tax of ten per
cent, upon the circulation of State banks shall
take effect. In consequenco of the disagreement
of the two Houses of Congress in referenoo to
other provisions of the internal revenue act, this
bill has not yet heoomo a law; therefore, the State
circulation is taxable until the bill is passed and
receives the President's Signatare.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
LACBE? * ALEIANDIE Will Sell this tlfty, St Ulf BtOrP,
northwest corner of Meeting and Market streets, second
and third stories, at 10 o'clock, a full assortment of fur
MoKat A Oampiiell, will sell this day, at their salos
rooms, Hasel-stroot, noxt to Post?nico, at 10 o'clock, tho
stock of a sutler and balance of a dry goodB establish
John 8. Riaas k Co. -will sell this day, at -heir Real
Estate and Stock Exchange, corner Uroadstrcot and East
Bsy, at 11 o'clock. City stock, South Carolin-) boDdB,
South Carolina Railroad stock, etc.
N. Hont k Son will sell this day, In front of tholr
store, No. 17 Hayuc-street. at 10 o'clock, a saddle and
draught mare; and in tho store, looking glasses, boots,
J. A. Rnblow k Co. -will soil this day, at their store,
No. 125 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, throe bhds. Muscovado
The subscbibkr lsBued proposals, a short time since,
to publish a volume of Reminiscences, to conslstof
one hundred pages, at fifty cents per copy, but found,
in collecting tho materials, that It would be impossible
to confino it within thoso limits, and that it would reach
about one hundred and fifty pages. Ho has been com
polled, therefore, to chargo iovooty-flveconts per copy,
the Incroase of matter being more than ?quivalent to
the increase of price. The Romlnlscencos will be ready
for delivery on Thursday, the 12th Innt.
Mr. ANDi-.Kw Fowler is authorized to deliver copies
to purchasorB. For salo at Walkfji's stati- nory, cornor
of Market and Meeting-streets, and stall tho bookstores.
2 J. N. OARDOZO.
Late Arrivals at No. 18S East Bat.? our readers
who aro fond of good liquors of any and all kinds,
wlU see something to interest them, by referring to tho
advertiaemaut of Mr. Qeobok HorrocK, iu another col
umn. The list there made of champignes, wines, ales,
beers, kc, Ac, is bewilderiDg in the extreme, and the
only way to understand it is to buy something and
An Unusual ADVEn-nBEM-NT.? The attention of our
readers is directed to the rare chance of purchasing a
ready furnished Texas ranch, offered by an advertise
ment in another column.
Eveiiy family should have a caso oi Dr. Humphreyb'
Specific Homcbopathjc Medicine?. Thoy are simple,
easily sppllod, harmless, and yet, In a thousand in
stances, they arrest disease, allay pain and Buffering,
save calling the doctor, and prove a friend indeed. Tho
valuable service rendered immensely overbalances the
small sum they cost. Bee advertisement. AddresB
Hu_t_rkt8' Specific Hu-ceopathic Medicine Co.,
Mo. 663 Broadway, N. Y.
SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW
FOR S-lLE BY
GOURDIN, MATTHIE89EN A CO.
OOO I>E0PLE'8 BABE BILLS
10,000*8OUTUWE8TERN RAILROAD BANK BILLS
6,000 BANK OF CAM DEN BILL8
6,000 BANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
6,000 PLANTERS' BANK OF FAIRFIELD BILLS
3,000 l'LANTKRS* AND MECHANICS' BANK BILLS
2,000 COMMERCIAL BANK OF COLUMBIA BILLS
13,000 CITY OF MEMPHIS BONDS
,000 CITY OF MEMPHIS UOND8. GUARANTEED
BY MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL
10,000 EXCHANGE ttN NEW YORK.
L. B. HANKS,
July 11_1_No. 11 Broad-street.
NOTICE TO CAPITALISTS.
ANEW FIRM IN THI8 CITY DESIRES TO BORROW
a FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS immediately, for
the purpose of erecting a Manufacturing Concern?one
of the moBt profitable manufacturing businesses in tho
country; for which amount the highest premium wlU
be paid. The proposed concern will be ander full busi
ness operation in two months, and the parties under
stand the business thoroughly. If preferred, an Inter
est will be given, as well as the purchase of the raw ma
terial, and the sale of the manufactured article, on fair
terms of commission. Address, with real name,
July 11_3*?_ J. J. M. ft CO.
MONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT RAILROAD
MEMl'HIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COU
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COU
PONS (guaranteed by the State)
STATE OF GE3RQIA COOPON8.
Apply to CONNER & WIL80N.
July 10 a
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 6 TO
0 o'clock, Morning and Evening, at White Point
Garden Bathing Honse.
July 11 P. KILROY. Proprietor.
HAS JDSt RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE GREY CLOTH, manufactured expresslyfor civil
ian's summer and early fall wear in the South. WlU
be sold in Suita, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B. These shades will always be found in my Btore.
HENRY TRENCHARD, formerly Cl th manufacturer
for the Confed?rate States Army, Noe. 17 and 18 Ex
change street, Charleston. 8. C.
AV Will barter for WooL lmo June 28
__ Gr B N" O Y
BATH PAPER MILLS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF VARIOUS SIZES AND
MANILLA AND BAG
Will be kept constantly on hand, and for sale at
COTTON SAMPLING PAPER,
OF BLUB COLOR, VERY STRONG AND LARGE,
propared exprdsaly Sor Cotton Sampling.
OF ALL SIZES AND KINDS.
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Corner of Meeliug and Market streets
July 8 fmw4
utt. a. a. R.^a
DR. LAWRENOB'8 CELEBRATED ANTT-8YPHI
LITIO, warranted a certain cure for BYPHILIS
in all its forms. Entirely vegetablo.
4_r*For aalo by all Druggist*-?*
-CUNTO- ?S CA8SIDBY,
JulyS Or-o** OHART.sWTON, 8. 0.
City Stock, South Carolina Bond, South Carolina
Railroad Slock and Coupons, at Auction.
M Y .MIU.-V S. KICK.S Ai CO.
THIS DAY, tliu nth Instan?, at 11 o'clock, at onr Real
Estnto ami BtC- Exchange, corner Broad and East
Bay, will bo ?\o;il,
SEVEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND NINETY
DOLLARS CITY HIX PEU CJtKT. STOCK, in cilffit
to Hiilt purchasers.
FIVE HUNDItED DOI*LAB8 CITY SIX PEIt CENT.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARH STATE 80UTH CARO
LINA SIX PER CENT. BOND.
EIGHTEEN (HALF) SHARES SOUTH CABOLINA
COU1'ON8 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUPON8 fcOUTH CAROLINA RAILR.iAD
COUPONS OREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA'RAIL
COUPONS CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAIL
COUPONS OHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA
COUPONS MEUPHI8 AND OnARLESTON RAIL
COUPONS CITY OF SAVANNAH. July 11
Sadrlle and^Drafl Horse.
BY IV. HUNT Ai SON.
THIS DAY, the 11th lut?t.. at 10 o'clock, in front ol onr
Halen Room, Nu. 17 Ilnyiii? street, Will bo sold,
On?) SORREL MABE. sound and gentle; works well
in singlo or double haruoBs, and under the saddle a per
fect charm, 'I or 7 years old.
Conditions cash. July 11
Looking Glasses, Boots and Shoes.
BV N. Ul'NT ANO SON.
THIS LAY, at oi?r Store, No. 17 Hayuo-itrcot, at 10,'i
6 dozen LOOKING QLAH?->ES (Damaged)
60 cases and cartoons Boots and Shoes, Men'B Boots,
Balmorals, Brogans, Ox-Ties, Strap Shoes, Congress
OaitorB, he; Ladles' Fine Qniters, Balmorals and Slip?;
Boys'Brogans, Congress and Balmorals; Misses' and
Cblldrens' O altera, Boots and Slippers, &o.
Conditions cash. Salo positive. July 11
BY .1. A. _ Si SLOW ?V CO.
THIS DAY, lltb July, will bo sold at 10 o'clock, at our
Store, No, 120 East Bay, to close a consignment,
8 hhds. MUdCOVADO 8UOAR.
Direct Importation?Muscovado Sugar and Mo
BY .T. A. KN4L.?W ?Si CO.
On FRIDAY noxf, 13th mat., will be Hold at our Store,
No. 105 East Bay, at 11 o'clock,
THE CARGO OF THE BHITI8H SUHR. ALERT, just
arrived from Unybarion, consisting of :
20 tlorcesj PRIME MU80OVAD0 SUGAR
35 bbds. 1 Very Choice Molasses, said to be o-jual to
1 tlorce J Porto Rico
Sale of Government Properly.
BY WILLIAM GVitNEY, Auctioneer.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, TO-MORROW, 12th inat.
at the Government Stab'es, No. 23 Queen street, at
10 o'clock A. M., the followingdesorlbod PROPERTY:
94 pairs AXLES and BOXES
76 pairs Cart Wheels
By order. JAMES P. LOW,
Oapt. and A. Q. M.
Terms?Cash In Government funds. July 11
Will be sold at BAMBERG, S. O., on TUESDAY, 17th
lust., to the highest bidder,
ONE HOUSE AND LOT. belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
88, A. F. M. ; verydesirable location in tbo town of
The OLD RUTHS of said Lodge.
Conditions?Credit nntll 1st day of January, 1867,
with two approved sureties, bearing interest from day
W. T. EA8TERLING, 1
J. F. IZLAR.
M. W. FELDER, r Commissioners.
W. H. IZLAR,
L. T. IZLAR. j
July 4 13?
THE PUBLIC ABE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that tlicHo highly osteemed BITTERS are now made
by the same person who made them for over twenty
yearn for James Moorhead. Ho having tho original re
ceipt, can confidently recommend them equal to any
made during Moot bead's Ufe time.
Sold in quantities to suit purchasers at No 09 OAL
HOUN-BTltE?T, south side, botweon Meeting and An
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
IN 5 AND 10 POUND BALES,
75 Cents per _?o"urid
A FINE ARTICLE.
INVTTES THE ATTENTION OF TOWN AND OOUN
TRY STOREKEEPERS. A liberal diseonnt made
on the hundred weight, at
CHEAP SKGAR STORE,
No. 392 KING-STREET,
July 11 1 A few doors above George-street
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM f?. WIIILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STREET.
UE LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, CUES, ho.
WILLIAM G. W-ILBEN & CO.,
June 16 imw2m'os No. M8 KING-STREET.
PLATED AND SILVER SPOON?
FORKS, OA8TOR8. TEA TRAYS
DISH COVERS, -TABLE MAT8
TABLE CUTLERY and
For Bale by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM >. WHILUEN & CO.,
Jnne 16 fmw_oos No. 265 KING-STREET.
PEREOSOOPIO GLA88E8 FITTED TO SUIT AN?
WILLIAM tt. WIIILDEN & CO.,
Jane 16 fmw2mos No. 366 KI?Q-3TREET.
FOR BALE BY
WILLIAM G. WIIILDEN & CO.,
No. 366 KING-STREET.
WATCH?S AND JEW?I?RY REPAIRED,
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
Jnno 15 fmw2mos
Stock of a Sutler, and Halance of a Dry Goods
ItfcKAY *l CAMI-'UKLL.
Will sell THIS DAY. 11th lust, at 10 o'clock,
CLOTHING, Knives, Forks, 8poons, Blanket?, Tin
ware, Gutta Percha Bodsprrads.
SUROICAL AND DENTIST'S INSTRUMENTS, In csse?.
1 esse EN0LI8H ORGANDY MUSLINS, fast colors
2 caves Assorted Ruche?, for Milliner's uso
Flowers, Lace Sets, Linen Sets, Straw lints
Stiudowus. Leghorn Caps, NeektlcH, Suspenders
Cravat*, White and Slate Hobo and Half Hoso
Needles, I'lns, Bonnot Materials. Olovos, Ac, Ac.
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, for Windows
Whlto Goods, Gingham?, Ac.
KENTUCKY JEANS, Mourning Prints, Homoepun, Ac.
8undry articles of FURNITURE, the property of a
person leaving tho City.
Conditions ensh. July 11
Slock of Jtcstaurant, Furniture, etc.
Will sell, at tho Saloon, No ? King street, second door
south of Market streot, esst sido, TO-MORROW, at 10
THE ENTTUE coNTFNTa or AUOVE ESTABLISH
SALOON TABLES, Bar Counters, Chairs, *\flrrors,
Gasf-rs, Cofleo Cups, Plates, Knives and FBI I - Tablo
ClothB, Glasawaro, Decanters, Fixtures, Ac, A.
AWNING, now; and Sign, with Poat.
BEDSTEADS, Mattressos, Chairs. Waahatar. Crock,
ery, Cocoa Matting, Extension Diuing Table, t .:., Ac.
Conditions cash. All nrticleB to bo removed same
Positive Sale?Furniture, Jin.
BY LAUKKY ?M ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, the lltlt Instant, will bo sold, at tho north
west corn? r of Mcetit-g and Markot streets, second
and third story, at 10 o'clock,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE, consisting
of Mahogany and Walnut Wardrobes, Extension Dining
Tables, Mahogany Tallinn, Mahogany Marble-Top
Tables, Hair-Beat Spring Chain* and Rockors, Book
Caso?, Secretarles and Writing Doskn, Marble Top Bu
reaus and WiishBtonds, Mahogany Bodstoads with Cor
nices, MattroFSCS, Feather Beds, Bolr-tora and Pillows,
Window Shados, Looking Classes, Cblldron'a Chaira, and
sundry other articles too numerous to mention.
Conditions cash. July 11
MIIiMGAN, MKI.tllKHS At CO.
Will soil, on FRIDAY. 13th Instant, on Accommodation
Whsrf, at 11 o*clock A. M .
1 SMOKESTACK, 6 feet dlumutor, 30 feot long.
AUCTION SALE OP VALUABLE HORSES ,
MCLKS, WA-.OrvS, <Vc.
Will be sold on MONDAY, July lGtb. I860, at 10 o'cloe
A.M., at South Commercial Wharf, Charleston, B. O.
50 MOLES?in good condition
40 HOHSHH?In good condition
1 lot ARMY WAGONS
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash, In U. S. Currency.
Property to be removed within forty-eight hours af to
solo, or stored ? t risk and expense of tho purchaser.
By order of
Brevot Lieut. Col. C. W. Thomas. Chief Q. M.
JAMES R. GILMORE.
Brevet Llout. Col. and A.Q. M.
July 2 13
THE UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, located In the City of Charleston, 8. C.
will be sold to the highest bidder, subject to the ap
proval of tho bid by the Secretary of tho Treasury, ?
18 M., JULY ISth, 180*3, on tho premises.
Terms of Sale?$1000 cash; balance in equal payment?
of thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Cortlfloate of Bale
will be given at the time, and the deeds to be executed
upon the paymont of tho last instalment of tho purchase
money. A. G. MACKKY,
June 19 Collector of Custom s.
BY CLIFFORD ?St MATHKWES.
No. 31 1-a Hi-oi-.fl-Hti-r.-t.
At Private Bale
That centrally and desirably situated handsnm
HOUSE and LOT, No. 93 Went vorth str-et, a few door
west of Coming street. The Lot measure*. 60 feet 'ron t
by 180 feot deep. Tho Houso Is thr.-o and a half storie s
high, containing aix square rooum, two nicely finished
attics, dressing rooms, bith room, Ac, and pantry;,
wator and gis throughout tho houao, and every modern
convenience. There is also a very nu-* cistern, large
number of well finished rooms in tho yard, carriage
house, stable, flower gardon, fruit treos, Ac., and alto
gether one of tho most conveniently arranged establish
ments in the city.
For terms apply as above._mwfS_July 1
| House and Lot in Summerome.
BY L. BUNCH Si SON,
No. 500 King Street.
At Private 8ale:?
A HOUSE and LOT in Runimorvillo, in the vicinity of
Brown's Hotel; Lot measuring 1>? acres more or less;
the House containing four square rooms, with Kitchen,
Ac. WU1 be sold on reasonable terms. For further
particulars apply as above. w4 June 30
BY R. M. MARSHALL.
At Private Sale?
A THOROUGH-BRED MARE, warranted sound. She
is fast in harness, and rides well under saddle. Can be
seen by applying, as above, at
Jnly 7_4 NO. 33 BROAD 8TREET.
Is Health Worth Having ?
If it is, protect It. J t is a jewel aa easily lost ?s vir
tue, and i o some cases as difficult to recover. Nature,
in our climate, and especianv at this season, requires
to be occasionally reinforced. But everything dependa
upon the tonlo used for this purpose. Tho medicinal
tinctures, all of which are bated on common alcohol, are
dangerous. Quinine, aa everybody finds out who takes
much of it, is a Blow poison. One safe protective from
all unhealthy atmospheric influences exists and one only.
This powerful preventive is HOSTETTEB'S CELE
BRATED STOMACH BITTERS, a compound of the
purest stimulant ever manufactured, with the most ef
fective tonics, alteratives, regulators, and depurators
that chemlHtry has yet extracted from the botanical
kingdom. Convalescents, languid and feeble from re*
cent sickness, will find the Bitters an incomparable
Bettoratlve, not disagreeable to tho taste, and emi
nently Invigorating. No othor stimulant producef-|the
samo effect as this Stomschlo. It does not excite or
flutter the nerves, or occasion any undue arterial
action ; but at once soothes and strengthens tho nervous
system and the animal spirits._6 Jnly 9
An experienced Norse and Female Fh j.-iicJun-,,
Presents to the attention of Mothers hot
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the proooss of Teething, by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammations, will
allay AIX PAIN and spaamodlo action, and is
SURE TO REfiULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, it will give rest to yourseivee.
Relief and Health to Tour Infants.
We have put up and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say in oonfldenoe and truth of It what ws
have nover been able to say of a*- other medicine?
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one whtJ.
used it On the oonirary, all are delighted with It- op*,
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of Its
m?i,'ic-i effects and medical virtues. We speak in thin
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' exp?
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FiTLlrTE
Ml-.NT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almost
every lmtance where the Infant ta suffering from paie
and exhaustion, relief will be found In flfteea or twenty
minutes after the uyrup is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany t-aeh bottl*
None genuine unless the fite timits ot CURTIS A PBR?
SINS, New York, Is on tho outside ?Tapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only '4o Cent* par Holtl?.
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