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The Daily _S"ews.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1866.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
03- THK LIST OU1 LE?TKRS re
maining in the Postoffioe _t t_e end
of enoh wenii is publiHhod oi_oially
t_ THK ?AJLjY -TBIAVS every HVi
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or* SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?
Entertainment at the Charleston College.?
ProfoBsor Holmes gives another of bis instructive
exhibitions at tbo College to-nigbt. Tbo pro
gramme, published iu anotbor column, gives pro
mise of a ploasant evening, and we advise our
readors by all means to attend.
The Steamship Mokkka.?We learn that thin
fine etoamor will bo laid up in Now York for about
two weeks, from the 15th inst., to undorgo ne
cessary repairs. This favorite vessel, from the
dato of her first trip in July, 1865, ha? made twen
ty-five successful voyages withont detontion of a
eingle day, or acoldont of any description what
ever. Bho will resume, wo learn, bor place in tho
line towards the cIoro of tho preBont month.
Tue 8TEAMBHTF Star of the South.?This su
perior stoamship was visited by a party of gentle
men yostorday, who experienced much satisfac
tion in inspecting her extensive room for freight,
and hor largo and airy cabin and berths, -which
appeared to bo particularly Buitod for the oom
fortablo transportation of passengers.
The Star of the South ?b ono pf the line of
steamers from Baltimore consigned to Messrs.
Willis _ Chisolm, and sho is commanded by
Captain Reed, a most gentlemanly officer and
skilful Boaman. Her Purser, Mr. Wilson, is at
tentive and conrteons in the performance of all
his duties, and wins the good esteem of all patrons
of the ship.
Ashley Esoampment, No. 3, I. O. 0. P.?At a
regular meeting of this Encampment, held on
Monday evening, the 9th of July, the following
Offioore were installed for the current term, viz :
Pat lt. ROTH. O P.
Pat J. T. MILLIGAN, H. P.
Pat W. F. DUNLAP. 8. VI.
Pat L. BTJN0H. J. W.
Pat. W. 0REA8ER. Sorlbe,
Fat J. ALBBEOHT, Treasurer.
I. O. O. F., Marion Lodge, No. 2.?At a meet
ing of this Lodge, held on Friday evening, 6th
inst., tho following officers were installed to serve
for the ensuing Term :
Bra. WM. H. BURRELL, N. G.
Bro. M. H. M DR RAT, V. Q.
Bro. 0. P. D. PETIT, 8?re_ry.
Bro. J. O. MARTIN. Treasurer.
Bro. WM. MoOARRELL, Conductor.
Bro. 3. F. MURPHY, Warden.
Bro. 1?. OLI.IVE?. R. B. N. G.
Bro. J. LOMBARDO, L. S. N. Q.
Bro. J. V. HOLM KB, O. G.
Bro. J. Q. GRIFFITH, L G.
Palmetto Gdard Charitable Association.?At
a meeting of this Association, held on the 11th
inst., at the Hall of the Charleston Fire Company,
the following officers wero eleoted to serve from
June 28,1866. for the ensuing year :
G. L. B0I8T, President
A. T. GAILLARD, 1st Vice-Presldent.
JNO. T. HUMPHREYS. 3d Vice-Pr?sident
CHARLES WEBB, 3d Vice President,
3. H. SIMONS, Heoretary.
T. M. HAZEL, Treasurer.
The following Committees wero _bo eleoted to
serve for the same length of time :
Committee on Relief.?A. T G aillard, T. M. Hazel, H.
V. Angel. A. P. Ford, W. B, Delgar.
Committtee on Letters.?Qco. H. Manson, Jas. Gll?llin,
II. B. Waring, N. W. Lord, B. L. White.
Committee en Historical Record.?B. 0. Webb, G. L.
Buist F. J. Dawson, A. _. Holmes, W. H. Ohapman, J.
W. Glrardean, H. V. Angel, 0. A Tronche, H. T. McOee,
W. B. Houston.
Committee on Finance ?A. 8. Douglas, A. P. Ford, S.
T. McGee, B. E. Melllchamp, W. t. Quincy.
This Association has now been regularly organ
ized, and is open to all members of good standing,
who have ever been conneoted with the Palmetto
The Air Line Ratlroad.?Some years ago our
Legislature granted a oharter tor tho "Air Lino
Railroad," and tbe enterprise was characterized,
in a humorous way, as "beginning and ending
nowhere." We bave positive information to the
effoot that the capital has been subscribed, and
tho road is to be bnilt withont delay. It is entire
ly a New York enterprise, intended to shorten the
travel between New Orleans and that city. The
route is from Atlanta, Ga., to Charlotte, N. 0., in
an "air Uno," via Anderson 0. H. and Yorkville,
A glance at the map will show the great distance
that will be saved; passengers at Charlotte, N. C,
instead of coming down to Rranchville, up to Au
gusta, and thence West, will save all tbia travel by
the short cnt above described.
We mention this as interesting information, and
as showing what efforts are being made to short
en Unes of travel. Yerily the days of orookod
railroads are at an end. Again, we see in this
scheme the business forethought of Now Yorkers,
who coolly put down $5,000,000 to bring tbo great
Southwest one day nearer to them.
Four Years in the Saddle, by Colonel Harry
Gilmor. "I fight fairly and in good faith." Now
York: Harper ?k Brother, 1866. Tho foregoing
is the full title of a new Confederate War Book,
just published. Harrt Gilmor was a dashing,
daring partisan ranger during the war?a great
favorito with the robs, and by no means loved by
the Union folks of tho Valley of Virginia, the
scene of nearly all his operations. We bad the
pleasure of seeing a good deal of Col. Harry, in
tho summer of 1863, in and around Winchester.
Harry, certainly, was well suited for the kind of
Ufe ho lud, having always had a great penchant
for just suoh a oarcor. Bat ho had not tho samo
faculty for telling bis adventures; and, according
ly, wo aro rather disappointed in the book beforo
us. In tho hands of even a tolorable writer, these
materials would have made a very interesting
narrative. Wo would not wish to bo understood
to say, howevor, that tbo book is entirely without
in tores t-for that is certainly not oar opinion.
Tho story is worth roading by the lovers of. the
adventurous, and will be road by many of the
late Confederate soldiers, who will be pleased to
"fight their battles over again"?at least, in so
far as tho mines and inoidents doaorlbed by the
1 author suggest deeds, privations and sufferings
m which they played a part. , >
Tbe book ia for sale at S. G. Courtenay>.
Phovobt CoonT, July 12,1866.?United 8tatcs va
Sophia Ph?nix (colored).?Breach of TruBt.?
Breach of trust being no crime, but only a ground
for civil suit, this bird of boauty waB allowed to
rise from the ashes of bor disgrace and revel in
the eweotnoBS of the outer air.
United Statoa vs. Abraham Brown (colored).?
Stealing a boat.?The evidence being insufficient
to convict, Mr. Brown was allowod to paddle his
own canoe without further interruption.
United StateB vs. Edward Montgomery (color
ed).?Lying down drunk.?Ploade guilty. Sen
tenced to pay a lino of $5, or be put at bard labor
for ten days.
UnitodStBtea vs.-, colored?Stoaliug $30.?
The pri?onor in thie caae is a discharged eoldier
of the United States Colored Troops, who lost Lia
band in one of tho battles on the coaBt of thin
State, but tho thoit for which ho waB brought up,
and of which he was convicted, waa so contempti
ble and disgraceful that wo will not assist in giv
ing him fame or notoriety by putting hie name in
An old mauma, who waa tho viotim of tho ras
cality of tho prisoner, waB tho only witnoue, gave
her testimony in a very excited manner, and with
such volubility that it waa imposaiblo to take down
moro than tho Bubatance of it, which waa as fol
I am the cook of the Spanish Consul; in May
laat tho prisoner came into the kitohon whore I
waa, and asked me for victual?*, I told him that I
could not give it to him then, aa 1 waa just going
to carry in dinner to the white people, but that
when they veer o done I would share what I bad
with him; so after dinner I gavo him some of my
victual?: ho Baid I ought to bo paid, but I eaid no,
I gavo it ont of the warmth of my heart, and aa
there waa a God above mo, that I wanted no pay:
be aaid I did not know who he waa; that he had
on no soldier clothe?, hut that ho waa a accrotary
who went about to see if the white poople paid the
colored people thoir wages; bo aaked mo how
much money I had, and I told bim $30; he said if
I would give it to him he would give mo back $5(1,
and that would pay for the victuals; I would not
let him have the money ; then ho went off, and at
supper time he came back, and aaid he wanted to
see me about the business; I wont with him and
f;ot the money, and ahowed it to him, but wouldn't
et bim have it until be ahowed mo a now black
pocket-book; he aaid the pocket-book was just suit
ed to hold tho monoy; aud then he took tho money
and folded it in the pockot-book; be Baid he
couldn't shut tho pocket-book, and asked me for
a little piece of stick or straw; while he was talk
ing ho hold the gate open, and when I stooped
down to get the straw he daahed out of tho gate,
and went off bo fast that tho devil in the air
couldn't catch him; he carried my $30 off with
him, and I nevor saw him or the money again un
til last night; I saw him by the mineral well, and
got a policeman to arrest him and take him to the
During the narration of her atory the old
mauma became more and more excited and
theatrical in her style, and when ehe came to the
figurative sentence of the devil Hying through
the air, with her h ande above her head, and her
head and body thrown back, ?ho waa quite sub
The Court having been thus foroibly impressed
with the rascality of the maimed hero and the in
nocence of his viotim, could do no lees than sen
tence the villein to pay a fine of $100, and be put
at hard labor on the streets for sixty days.
United States vs. Robert Miller (colored).?Boat
ing hia Wife.?Alas for connubial felioity I Hero
waB another case of wife mauling amply proven.
Miller's wife waa. the chief witness, and in the
course of her examination eome interesting details
of the domestic history of the couple were brought
to light. They had been married ten yeara and
were without ohildron. Miller waa oncumbered
with two other women. One of whom, a country
field hand with throe brats, waa produced in
Court, and made quite an interesting family pic
ti re. The couple had but one sleeping apart
ment, and Miller being aiok, brought hia un ole to
eleep in tho room with him. Hia wife, not liking
this, went to sleep with her mother, and whon ahe
roturnod in the morning Miller alapped her face
and tore her clothea. The ungallant spouse was
fined $15, or sentenced to thirty days' hard labor.
A black boy was 'brought up on a charge of
stealing a pocket-book from an old negro man,
but there' being no evidence to convict him, he
Mayob's Court, Thursday, July 12.?Before Hie
Honor this morning appeared four white boya,
who had been stealing figs, and not satisfied with
robbing the owner, had called him all kinds of
ugly names. Ilia Honor said that as he had
already tried scolding as a meana to remedy this
evil, and aa it had no effect on such hardened
young villains, he would be obliged to adopt more
stringent measures. He accordingly fined them
$5, and if their fines were not paid, ordered that
they should be locked up five days, i. e. one day
for eaoh dollar. This produced weeping, wailing
and gnashing of teeth among the juveniles.
Tilting Smuts and False Oalveb.? We heartily
endorse i he following from the Augusta Constitu
tionalist, though we must say, to the credit of the
ladies of Charleston, that we have not yet witness
ed these abominations :
A Photest.?We had hoped for tho sake of
Southern ladies, especially those of our city, that
the indecent, immoral fashions of the demi-monde
of Paris would never be introduced among them.
But, it is with a sense of shame we say wo have
been disappointed. In tho land that we love, in
whose boBom rests the remains of our aainted
mothers, among whose women our daughters are
to be educated, in thie fair city of beautiful and
virtuous women, baa been exhibited the immodeat
tilting skirt and the vulgar false calves.
It is againat no "undivulged pretence" that we
fight, but against that which we have beheld for
ourselves. Oo Sunday(last we were the unwilling ob
server of a tilting skirt upon the person of a very
pretty young lady. That skirt was manoeuvred
and manipulated, we suppose, in the most approv
ed style of the art intended by the insidious de
bauchee inventor. Wo saw?but of these things
St. Paul saya it is a shame oven to speak. On the
garters, so unblushingly exposed to view, might
nave been embroidered, for aught we know, that
convenient motto of libertines and the unohaste?
Boni sot que mal y pense?but the "lixcelsior"
movement of that skirt was calculated to compel
evil thinkii-f- on the part of any mortal man. Onr
face burned and we averted our gasto,
"We taw bor but a moment."
Would that this were the only indtoation of a
waning sense of modos ty that we have soon, which
occasions this protest. In this city, exposed, for
sale, are tho "false oalves" so "much talked about
lately. Wo have gratified our curiosity and given
these counterfeits a personal examination. They
are bungling imitations of a prize-fighter's gas
tronemet muscle. We foel sure that no fomalo
will ever wear these articles unless she also dons
tho obscene tilting skirt.
Wo know that Fashion is a divinity much wor
shipped aud vory powerful ; but we bavotoo much
faitu in tho purity of our Southern women to be
lieve that they will bli dly follow her decrees,
now that she commands a sacrifice which calls tho
bluBh of shame to the ohoek of father, husband
LaBt winter a number of ladios and gontlemen
discontinued visiting the theatre on account of tho
?canty coutume of some of tho performers. If the
fashions to which wo bavo referred aro followed
in Augusta, our ladios will be compelled to for
sake tue streets and possibly the ohurohes. Wo
oall upon the Pulpit and the Press to bring
their lnfliicDO'* to bear against these enoroaoh
rnonts upon the morals of the people in the guiso
Some weeks aino-e a Catholic clergyman in New
- " .j
York spoke bis mind protty frooly on tho subject
of tilting skirts. He admonished the female por
tion of his congregation that they must give them
up?or cease to come to the confosaional. Noth
ing half so immodest or immoral had over boon
witnessed in Now York before. Ho did not know
what tho fashions wero at tho theatre or the
op?rai as ho did not go to such places, but ho
could not shut his eyes to the nuisance, as it ex
isted beforo his oyos, in frout of God's altar. Ho
then was determined to abato it bo far as his
church was concerned, othor clergymon could do
ne thoy liked.
Let other clergymen, of every denomination,
follow tho oxamplo of this pastor. Lot thoni
como out plainly and toll (ho young women of
their charge that this is "a wicked and adulterous
generation seeking for a sign." That ?tho roue
discerns in these immodesties in dress a sign
which intimates to him tho insecurity of a citadel
which ho is ever on tho alert to despoil of its fair
Auction Sales Tills Day.
J. A. Enslow h Co. will sell this day, at their atore,
No. 125 East Bay, at 11 o'clock, Muscovado sugar and
molnss'-s, tobacco, Ac.
UnuKt h Bee will soil this day, at tbo corner of King
and Wort worth street-, at 10 o'clock, dry goods, bats,
shoes, pooket knives, show case and counters.
Gaktt h lioiLE will soil this day, at tbo corner of
Broad-street and East Bay, at 10 ?? o'clock, a largo
L. Burton h Son will soil this day, at No. 600 King
street, at 11 o'clock, 130 head of sheep, and mules, carts,
wagons, carriages, Ac.
MoKay h Campbell will sell tbls day, at their store,
Hasel-street, next to Postofflce, at 10 o'clock, a cart
borso and mulo; Imported claret, champsgne, Ac, and
an assortment of furniture.
Miles Di?se will soli tbls day, at his atoro, corner of
King and Liberty Btreots, at 10 o'clock, boots, ehooB,
dry goods, clothing, he.
Tue attention of dealers is invited to tho sale, by
auction, of tho cargo of?8ohooner Alert, from Cnyburi
cu, of a choice article of Muscovado Sugar and Molasses,
scloctcd oxprofsly for this market. Also of afino lot of
manufactured Tobacco. The Balo will take placo at tbo
store of Messrs. J. A. Enslow k Co., No. 125 Eait Bay,
at 11 o'clock tbls morning.
Cueav Bonnets.?That fashionable Milliner, Mrs. S.
J. Cotchett, has on hand a few bonnets of tho latest
and prottlost styles, which sho will sell at such prices as
to provo a great inducement to our fair readers who
may favor hor wltb a call. Seo advertisement.
Tue suBscnrB?t issued proposals, a short time since,
to publish a volume of Reminiscences, to consist of
one hundred pages, at fifty cents per copy, but found,
in collecting the materials, that It would bo.Impossible
to confine It witbln those limits, and that it would reach
about one hundred and fifty pages. He baa boon com
pelled, therefore, to chargo tovonty-flveconts per copy,
the increase of matter being more than equivalent to
the Increase of price. The Reminiscences will tie ready
for delivery on Thursday, the 12th inst.
Mr. Andrew Fowleb is author?ed to deliver copiea
to purchasers. For sale at Walker's statt nory, corner
of Market and Meeting-streets, and at all tho bookstores.
2 J. N. OABDOZO.
Evert family should havo ? caao of Dr. Humpdrkyb'
Bfeotfio Hom opat?o Medicines. Thoy aro simple,
easily applied, harmless, and yet, in a thousand in
stances, thoy arrest disease, allay pain and Buffering,
save calling tho doctor, and provo a friend Indeed. The
valuable service rendered immensely ovorbalancoa tbe
small sum they coBt. See advertisement. Address
?UUI'UIIX?' SPEC?10 llOId OPATUIC MEDICINE CO.,
No. 662 Broadway, N. Y. 0
N"o. 1S5 East Bay.
CUAB1PAGNE, CIDKIt, ALE. LAGER
i)?r BASKETS CHAMPAGNE???HEID8E10K"
?5??' 26 (?sos "Native Wine"
126 cases Claret Wine?St. Julien Medoc
60 cases Scotch Ale, In jnga
0 cases Lager Beer, In jugs, (pints)
60 cases Oh*mpagno Cider, (quarts)
60 cases Champsgne Older, (pints)
16 bbls. Ego- Blscnlte, f-esh
20 cases Sardines, (quarters)
10 cases Sardines, (halves)
160 reams Wrapping Paper, all sizes,
A large assortment of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
SEGARS, together with a well selected stock of QUO.
OB RIES generally. For aale by
GEO. H. HOPPOOK,
July 11_wfm8_No. 1B5 East Bay.
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH:
HEIDSIEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in coses and In casks
OLAItET WINES, In casen pinta and half pints
CORDIALS, in cases?a variety
BITTEU8 IE. G. Belt*), in casto
HU AN DI KH, in cases and in casks
GINS, in cases and in casks
RUM, In cases i
WHISKIES, in cases and in casks
ALE, in cases, quart? and pinto
LAGER BEER, in quarter b?rrela, also In pints, packed,
eight dosen to the barrel. Uroc* J one 11
M?CPHERSON & DONALD SMITH
BREWERS OFFINE PALE ALES &P0RTER
WEST I8T-HST BET*-" 7 ?8AVE? NEW YORK.
?Ell. \l UK & CO,
Cornet East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY OF TBk
above celebrated .ALB, acknowledged to be
the, best in the maikot, are now prepared to supply tht
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For salo In h&rrela and half barrels.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
t o ughont. The travelling public tranB|ent visitors, or
I era 17111 find in it all the luxuri?s o? a FIRST-CLASS
i TABLISHMEMT, combined with tho comforts ol
The location la one of the most airy and pleasant for
a mmer. A Billiard Saloon tor the lovera of this
?l'a 1 thfu! exercise la attached. No pains or expense
p ared to give entlro satisfaction.
May 11_F. OPDEBEECK.
SO RIVEN HOUSE
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAVING DEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open f?a the
eoeptlou of the travelling publia
G. McOINLEY, Proprietor.
B. M. WHITING,
Ooroibu and Magistrate,
has r?moved hie) office to no. 84 chal
MERS-STREET, North aids, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' ??ac??mltli Shop, and two doors east of Meet
lng-atreet M?\y 80
IN" THE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
public generally, that in order
to meet their wants in the way
of SUMMER CLOTHING, and to
close out his present Stock,
he has MARKED DOWN HIS
FRIGES, which will accomplish
the desired object, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
FROCKS AND SACKS.
FINE BLACK OLOTH FULL DRESS
FROCK 0OAT8.$38 $32
FINE BLACK CLOTH FDLL DRE88
FBOOK COATS. 35 30
FINE BLACK OLOTH FULL DBESS
SACKS. 20 18
FINE BLACK OLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS.*.. 14 11
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 32 28
FINE FBENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH OASS. FDLL LINED
SACKS. 28 22
FINE FBENOH MOUNTAIN DEW OASS.
SKELETON SACK. 24 20
HA BRIS OBEY OASS. SKELETON
8A0K. 21 18
OHIYROIT OASS. SKELETON SACK.. 20 16
SDPEB ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON SACK. 22 18
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIB LIN
ED OASS. SACK. 14 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK. 6 6
WHITE LINEN DUCK BACKS..$11. $7. $6, $10, G, 6
COLORED ALPACA SAfJKS. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWEED SACK... 6 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 6 * 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 6 4
BROWN LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLACK SILK ALPAOA SACK. 8 (SO 7.60
BLAOKSILK ALPAOA SACK. 7 6
BLACK ALPAOA SACK. 6 4
Former Presen (
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OASS. PANTS. .$10 13
BLACK FRENCH DOE OASS. PANTS.. 13 11
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OASS. PANTS.. 12 10
FBENOH SILK MIXED OASS. PANTS.. 16 13
FBENOH SILK MIXED OASS. PANTS.. 16 12
FBENOH SILK MIXED CA88. PANTS.. 18 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. . 18 10
LIGHT COLORED FBENOH OASS.
PANTS. 14 11
OHIYBOIT OASS. PANTS. 12 10
STRICTLY ENGLISH OASS. PANTS... 15 12
LIGHT COLORED OASS. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED OASS. PANT8. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED OASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENOH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. IS 10
FRENCH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 0
ENGLISH DBAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 0
BLAOK ALPAOA LINED PANTS....... 6 4.60
COLORED OASS. PANTS. 5.60 4.60
COLORED OASS. PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.50
"V E S T S
BLACK OLOTH VESTS (SILK BACK).. 11 0.50
BLAOK SATIN VESTS. 7 6.60
BLAOK SILK ALPAOA VESTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 7 - 5.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OASS.
VHST8. 8 6
BILE MIXED FBENOH OASS. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 6.60 m "450
HAIR.LINED OASS. VESIS. 5.60 4.60
BKOWN LINEN DUOK V-BTS. 8.60 8
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.60 2
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTG.$7 and 6 $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS MADE
Together with a Large Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c,
Which will be sold at correaponding Low Price*,.
OW The Price la plainly marked on eaoh artlclo.
Capt. B. W. MoTureous,
AS USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
accommodating hia friends, and the pabilo in general,
AT THIS PLACE, who are reipectfall** Invited to call.
WM. MATTIIIEH, AGENT,
No. 219 King-street.
CHARLESTON, ?. O.
July IX lmo
Carl Horse and Mule.
MtKAV * CAMPBB?_.
Will noil, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock.
One Grey HOUSE, sulUblo for Dray or Cart (prim
Conditions cash.___u,>' l3
Imported Claret, Champagne, &c,
NcKAY At CANPBkLL
Will sell, TU 18 DAY. at 10 o'clock.
due caflk Import?'? CLARET
? baskets Piper Hcidsick Champagno
? coses Rhine Wine.
An Invoice of BASKETS, all kinds.
Conditions cash. ?July 1 3
I\trniture of a Family.
HfKAV At (AJ1il'i??I.l.
Will Bell. THIS DAY, Rt 10 o'clock,
MAHOGANY WARDROBES, Mnrblo Top Bureaus
Washslandp, Mahogany Sitloboards
Singlo and Double 1!. ilutcailH, Iron BodstoadB
Mat'.reBsoB, Pillows, Stoves.
Hair Seat and Cano Heat Clulrs, Oil Paintings
Engravings, largo Gilt Mirrors, Glasn, Orockory
Knlvos and Forks, Cooking Rango.
Threo superior EXTENbloN DINING TABLES
Bar Countors, TableR
New Hemp Mats, and Torroy Ico Oroam Frr?- : "r.
Conditions cash. . ?!y 13
BY 3. A. ICNSL.OW ?St CO.
THIS DAY, 13th Instant, will bo sold atou. ore, No
135 East Bay, at 11 o'clock,
10 boxes TOBACCO?B's
10 boxoB Plug Tobacco._July 13
Direct Importation?Muscovado Sugar and Mo
BY J. A. BUM?OW * CO.
THIS DAY, I3th instant, will bo ?old at our Storo,
No. 125 ICnat Hay, at 11 o'clock,
THE CARGO OF THE BItlTISU SOUR ALERT, jUB
arrived from Ouybarien, consisting ot :
20 Uorcos} rRIME MU8JOVADO SUGAR
35 Libels. ) Very Choice Molasses, said to be ejual to
1 tierco ) Porto Rico
19Uer^es?clftyodMo,B8808 July 13
MIliLIUAN, M ?LCII BUS ?Si CO.
Will soil, THIS DAY. 13th instant, on Accommodation
Wharf, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
1 SMOKESTACK, 5 feot dlunioto:, 30 foot long
MILLI-AN, DIEL.CI1 ?US At CO.,
No. ?iO Vendue Hange.
At 10 o'clock, THIS DAY, will bo sold without roBorve,
a lot of FURNITURE of a family declining honsekee p -
ing, consisting in -part of :
BUREAU8, CHAIRS, BEDSTEAD
Marble-Top and Dining Tables
Looking Glas?B, Mattresf?es
Feather Beds, Bolsters, Pillows, *c, he.
S bbls. GOLDEN SYRUP
2 boxes Ohewlng Tobacco, just received por
20 pr. 8x10 ?NOLAMED 8A8HE8, now. July 13
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Clothing, etc.
BY MIL??S DRAKE.
THI8 MORNING, at 10 o'clook, will bo sold, at my Store,
corner of King and Liberty-streets,
50 coses and cartoons BOOTS AND SHOES, vin:
Cases Men's Calf P. S. Boots
Ga?es Men's Calf Balmorals and Brogans
Cases Men's Calf Oxford Ties
CaeoR Boy's Calf Balmorals
Cartoons Ladies', Misses' and Ohildron's Congress Bal
morals, Ac, ho.
PiecoB ORGANDY and FIGURED LAWN and JAO
OONET, Plain and Dotted Swiss, Grenadine, Plaid Len o
and Del?Ino, Balzarlne, Longcloth, Tweeds, Melton
Ladles'and Gent's HOSIERY, HOOP SKIRTS, Hair
NetB, White, Black and Colored Spool Cotton, he, ho.
Sale of Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, Pocket Knives
Show Case and Counters, continued.
BV Hit l in m Si hick. Anotlonecri.
Will be Bold, THIS DAY. 13th Instant, at 10 o'clock, a 1
the cornor of King and Weniworth streetB,
A GENERAL SlOCK OF MERCHANDIt-E,
CONS?TTNO IN PART OF:
CALICOES, 8HEETING8, TICKINGS
Dress Goods, Shawls, Hosiery and Lacen
Hata, Boots and Shoes.
60 dozen POCKET KNIVES.
BY GANTT At BOYLE.
THIS DAY, 18th Instant, at half-past 10 o'clock, at tho
corner of Broad and East Bay ?treoti, will be Bold,
A large and very bandsome BAY HORSE, thorough 1 y
broken and very stylish ; draws any where. Sold with
out warranty of soundness.
Conditions cash. July 13
BY L. BUNCH ANO SON.
Will bo said THIS DAY, the 13th in?tant, at 11 o'clock,
at No. 60C King-street,
130 head of SHEEP, in lota to suit purchasers.
Unlimited articles received up to hour of sale.
The sheep may be seen to-day, as above.
Meeting-street Lot of Land.
On TUESDAY, 17tb Instant, will be offered for sale a t
the north side of the Exchange, at 11 A. M.
All that LOT OF LAND situated on the east side o
Meeting-street, next south of land known as the
Roulaln, opposite the Theatre Lot. The lot haa o
front of 10 6-12 feet'on Meeting-street, and In depth 1 6 8
feet, more or less, aa also the right of way with the ad
joining lot to the aonth of six feet on Meeting-street,
The purchaser of Bald lot is willing to divide sold alz
The plat of said lot can be teen at my Office,
No. 7 FRANKLIN-STREET.
Conditions cash, and purchaser to pay for deeds.
AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE! HOIISICS ,
AIULKS, WAwONS, <*e.
Will bo sold on MONDAY, July 16th, 1866, at 10 o'cloc
A.M., at South Commerolal Wharf, Charleston, 8. O.
60 MULES?in good condition
40 H0RBK8? In good cor dltlon
1 lot ARMY WAGONS
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash. In U. S. 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. GILMORE.
Brevet Lieut CoL and A.Q. M..
July a 18
Will be sold at BAMBERG, S. C, on TUESDAY, 17th
lust., to the highest bidder,
ONE HOI?H AND LOT, belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
88, A. F. M. ; verydealrable location In the town o
The OLD RUINS of said Lodge.
Conditions?Credit nntll let day of January, 1867,
with two approved a ?rotles, bearing interest from day
W. T. EA8TEBLING, 1
J. F. IZLAK,
, . M. W. FELDER, l Commlsaloners.
1 ' Vf. H. 1ZLAR,
L. T. IS5LAR.
July 4 13*
THE UNITED ?TaTES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, located in the City of Charleston, S. 0.
will be sold to the highest bidder, snbjoct. to the ap
proval of the bid by the 8ecretary ?of the Treasury,
12.M.,' JULY.lath, 180?. on the pVo-lr-o?) V
' 'Iwmt o/.'Salp? $1000 cash'; -balnnceln eqaal paymen
ts thirty, sixty and ninoty days A Certificate of Sal")
will be glvou at tho time, and the deeds to be oxoouted
upon the payment ottho last instalment of tho purobssa
monoy. A. G. MACK-iY,
Tnno.10 _ . Colleotor of Customs.
' ' I_
BV CLIFFORD ?5c M.VTHKWE8.
Ko. 31 1-.-4 Broad-street.
At Private Pale
That centrally and doalrably situated baadSo_>
HOUSE and LOT, No. 93 Went ?orth str?et, a few door
west of Coming street The Lot mea.urea 60 feet iron t
by 180 foet deep. Tue Uonse is throe and a half a tori a a
high, containing aix aqiare rooms, two nicely finished
atoes, dressing rooms, b*th room, ho., and pantry;
water and gis throughout tho house, aud every modern
convenience. There is also a very fino cistern, larg e
number of well flalshed rooms in tho yard, carriage
house, BUblf?, flower garden, fruit trees, sto., and alto
gether one of the most conveniently arranged establish
ments in tho city.
For terms apply as above. rnwfl Ji.ily. ?.- e