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The Daily ISTews.
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1866.
LARUEhT CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LA KN EST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
mw THE IJIST OF LKTrKRS re
mnlnintt in the Postoffioe ut the end
ol wioh week la puhlishe<l officially
In THB UAIL.Y NKW8 every JPvi
. day mornlnu.
MW SSS SECOND AND THIRD PAO SS. -fj?
Music ON TIIR BATTERY.-Among tho many cour
tesies extended by tho officers of tho Sixth United
States Infantry to thia community, not the least
appreciated is tho performance of their band on
the Battery ovory Saturday afternoon. A walk
on tho Battery is pleasant at any time, but tho
charms of that delightful resort aro greatly in
creased by fino music, well performed, by a good
brass band. Tho following is tho programme for
this evening :
No. 1. March-Albion.
No. 2. Potpouri-The Musical Telegraph.
No. 3. Waltz-bongs of the Thames.
No. 4. Potpouri, from tho opera Martha.
No. 5. Gallop-Gettysburg.
Eur. ENE H ron KT, Esq., has been appointod Vico
Oonsul for Brazil for the Port of Charleston. His
office is at No. 201 East Bay.
FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR SUMMERVILLE.-On
Thursday aftornoon tho boilor attached to a
steam saw mill near Summerville, on tho Sooth
South Carolina Railroad, exploded, killing two
negroes and wounding o them. Dr. WHALEY and
Captain SCHULTZ, ono of the owners of the mill,
were also injurod.
MR. F. VOGLER, No. 106 Market-street, ?B in daily
receipt of all tho Now York paperB. His place ia
worth visiting by tho lover of news. The latest
Magazines, Pictorials, Novels, etc., always on
hand. A nico melange for summer roadiug is tho
''American MisctUany, a magazine of complete
stories." The one before ns contains a brilliant
story of tho Weat, nuder tho name of "David
DENTISTRY.-We take pleasure in calling pnblio
notice to tho card of Dr. JOSEPH SASSY, Surgeon
Dentist, who, having returned to tho city to re
sumo practico, will be glad to soo his former
friends and patrons. He brings such high testi
monials of compotenoy and character from Fer
nandina, Fla., as to deserve sympathy and war
rant a liberal share of patronage. His celebrated
tooth powder can bo obtained at his office, Pa
LIFE OF STONEWALL. JACKSON.-WO have had a visit
from Mr. ALFRED A. SMITH, tho agent for this city
of Dr. DABNEY'S Life and Times of Gen. JACKSON
We commend him to our citizens, and hopo that
he will bo successful in his efforts to supply this
sterling work to our people. Dr. DABNEY'S ia the
best lifo yet written of tho popular Confoderato
hero, and will form the standard authority on tho
subject. The author had very superior facilities
for writing such a work, has mado good UBO of
his opportunities, and presents his facts in a
very at tr activo and readable manner.
SALE OF SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-Messrs. J. A,
EN SLOW & Co. Bold yesterday tho cargo of tho
schooner Alert, from Caybarion, Cuba, at tho fol
lowing prices :
3 bhds. and 0 tes. Clayed Molasses at.62c.
16 hhda. Clayed Molasses.61 ?.;
6 bhds. Muscovado Molasses.67
80 linds. Muscovado Molasses.66
6 bhds. Muscovado Sugar.13,'?
3 tea. Muscovado Sugar.ls.'i
3 hbds. and 6 tes. Muscovado Sugar.13
1 hud. Muscovado Sugar.\1%
3 hbds. Muscovado Sugar.13}?
3 hbds. Muscovado Sugar.13%
6 tes. Muscovado Sugar.13%
THE BOSTON LINE OF STEAMERS.-Gradually
trade and commerce are accomplishing tho great
work of reconstruction, which the Radicals for
the past year have so assiduously labored to pre
vent. Slowly all the old lines of communication
between the South and the rest of the Union are
being re-established. Another link is about to bo
repaired. A line of steamers will soon run be
tween this city and Boston. A fino steamship, the
27ieo. D. Wagner, named after one of our most
distinguished and influential citizens, will leavo
Boston on the 28th inat. for this oity, and will bo
followed by another vessel in a few days. Mr. A.
J. SALINAS is the agent at this port, and we hopo
that tho increased trade of our city in tho fall will
be such as to induce bim to advise thc increase
of the number of veesels on this line.
Thero has always been a demand in Charleston,
as indeed in the reat of tho world, for Yankee
notions, and cheaper .lota will probably bo one of
tho benefits of this now line.
A COOL SCAMP.-Some time ago a young man,
representing himself as Mr. JAS. W. CHEATHAM,
brother of tho gallant and respected Gen. B. F.
CHEATHAM, of Confederate fame, came to this
city, and, through his representations as above,
having been long confined in tho prisons of tho
North, and very dosirona of reaching hie home,
succeeded in obtaining from some of our citizens
money and clothes, stating, at the samo timo,
that the money would be refunded by his brother,
the Goneral. As we have no doubt this party has
been and is now engaged in a like "fleecing" ex
pedition in other communities, we append, for
the benefit of the public, the subjoined lotter ?from
Gen. CHEATHAM to a gontloman of this city, which
WARTBACE, TENN., Joly 2, 1866
* * * * *****
Bear Sir:-Yonrs of Juno 17th has boen re
ceived. Jas. W. Cheatham is no brother of mine,
or relaiion that I am awaro of. I am satisfied he
is au impostor. I have received two letters from
him mysolf, which I suppose ho writos to show
others that ho is in correspondence with me.
Show him up in tho papers, with request that it
bo copied in other Southern papers.
Yours, very respectfully,
B. F. CHEATHAM.
CHINESE IN CHARLFSTON.-On yesterday tho
curiosity of King-streot promenaders was no little
excited by tho appearance of throe genuine Chi
namen, trying to soil a hugo paper lantern. Thoy
wero dressed in loose linen jmk'-ta and pants, and
might have beon taken fur bright mulattoes, by
casual obBorvers, if it had not boon for their pig
tails. Their hair, black, coarse and straight, was
shaved, except on the crown, where it waa allowed
to grow long like a woman's, and was plaited in a
lang tail, and wound np under the hat.
The lantern WM almost as great ? ouriosity as |
the Chinamen themselves. It was ?boat three feet
high, mado of varions colored tissue paper, ont in
fantastic shapes, and pasted on a light wooden
frame, so aa to form s. variegated transparent lan
tern. For this fancy articlo they asked the mo
dest price of $15. At last accounts they bad not
found any one sufficiently gullible to become a
PROVOBT COURT, July 18.-United States rs.
Alexander Hamilton (colored). -Stealing a rovoJv
er.-Chas. Harvey testified that he left his re
volver down stairs on tho sideboard, and went up
stairs to sleep; hoard sumo one in tho house, and
ran down and missed revolver; saw defendant,
and had bim arrested, and fouud the revolver on
his person. Two other witnosBOs tostiflcd to tho
revolver being fouud on defendant. 130. or sixty
days' hard labor on tbe streets.
United States vs. John Mitchell tcolored) -
Trespass_PATRICK MCNAULEY testified to de
fendant troepuasing on his promises. $2, or Ave
days' hard labor on tho streets.
United States vs. Eliza (colored).-This was a
caso of disgraceful quarreling and fighting be
tween a white woman and a colored wench. Tho
colored woman brought tho white woman to Court
tho othor day and had hor fined $5, and tho white
woman, determined to have her revenge, aggra
vated tho negro until she struck ber, and then
brought her to Court. Tho Judge, very properly,
fined them $5 each. They were Uko a pair of
Kilkonny cats, ready to toar oaoh other to pieces
in tho Conrt Room ; and if the reporter had the
sontoncing of them, he would throw thom in a
hogshead togothor and let them fight it out.
MAYOR'S COURT, Friday Morning, July 13.-An
individual who mistook tho stalls in the vegetable
markot for Blooping berths was fined $3.
A man with a defective chin was fined $5 for
being very disorderly.
. Two drays running in King-street fined $5
Aman who was taken up for lying down drunk
in Mecting-etvcet, near the Market, dopositcd $5,
which ho forfeited by non-appearance.
A man for firing a pistol at 1 A. M. in Berres
ford-street was fined $5.
A badly crippled boy, who said that he enlisted
in tho Confodorate States Army from Columbia,
and had not been home einco, and in the mean
time had had his foot shot off at Seceseionville,
and been confined in Northern prisons, applied for
lodgings. The poor follow had boon, for some
time past, in tho City Hospital, and was very
anxious to go home. Duo inquiry will bo institu
ted, and a proper disposition made of the unfortu
nate youth. '
Wo learn from the Anderson Intelligencer and
Anderson Appeal that a mooting was held in that
town, on tho 10th instant, to organize the South
Carolina Air Line Railroad Company. On motion,
Qon. J. W. Harrison was called to tho Chair and
A. T. Broylea requested to act as Secretary. After
the business of tho meeting had been discussed
and suitable resolutions passed, tho following
officers were elected:
President.-L. B. Clark, of New York city.
Directors -Messrs. C. H. Sanborn, 8. W. Tan
ner, C. E. Candie and J. L. Pond, of New York,
and J. P. Rood and J. W. Harrison, of South Caro
Cotton Blooms.-From the plantation of Mr.
Elias McQeo, in tho lower part of this District,
cotton blooms were received lasi woek which
mado thoir appoarauoo on the '2il.?Jnd 4th insts.
Considering tho tardy growth of Che plant this
season, these blooms are quito as early aa usual.
Ped Clover.-Colonel F. W. McMaster bas fur
nished ?B with several stalks of rod clovor, some
two and a half or tbreo foot high. It was raised
by Mr. Daniel Nelson, about fourteen miles
above Columbia, who has an aoro of it grown on
red clay land, without lime. We regar? this ex
periment, which has been successful, as a nutter
of groat importance to our farmers, and hope to
set. the cultivation of this dover generally entered
into. - Columbia Phonix.
The Edgefield Advertiser contains an account of
a nogro pic-nio and school examination on the
Fourth of July, which reflects great credit on the
colored people. The teacher of tho school was
Cain Lawrence, a mulatto man, formerly a slave.
Several white gentlomen were invited guosts, and
they gave a very favorable account of the pro
gress of the pupils, and also of tho hospitable
manner in which they were entertained..
2he Bice Crop-We clip the subjoined para
graph from the Georgetown Times, and as it
comes from the immediate rice section of our
Stato, wo presume it may bo regarded as tho
All accounts roceived from various portions of
the District aro adverso to tho coming crop. Tbe
laborers having worked badly, the preparation of
the land very imperfect, with poor drainage, &c,
very imperfect stands have resulted therefrom,
tho seed in many caaes rotting in the ground.
Theeo difficulties have been enhanced by the late
freshets, which have indicted great injury to the
crops) of tho npper river lands. We doubt if an
eighth of a crop is mado iu this District.
Persons expecting to travel on tho Charlotte
and South Carolina Railroad, will read the follow
ing, from tho Charlotte Times, with interest :
Worth Seeing.-By invitation wo visited the N.
C. R. R. Depot on Weduosday last, and had the
pleasure of inspecting some of the most elogant,
commodious, and comfortable passenger oars we
ever BAW. There were tbreo of them brought
down especially to convoy tho Stockholders and
Directors of tho Road tn Hillsboro'.
These coaches were built by the Company, at
Company Shops, by their own workmen. The
work is exquisite, and is a perfect refutation of
tho ridiculous idea that the South cannot manu
facture Tho oars aro built upon the new and
greatly improved stylo, with ventilators (consist
ing, as it were, of a second roof), thus insuring
plenty of fresh air to the interior, always needed
moro particularly when crowded.
Ike University.-The Secrotary of tho Faculty
bas recently issued a "Prospectus of the Univer
sity of South Carolina," in which aro given the
general conditions, the requirements for admis
sion into tho soveral department* or schools, the
times and modes of examinations, tennant the
sossions and vacations, and the expenses.
The University, we are advised, consists of eight
distinct and independent schools. Students aro
?llowed to chooBo tho departments whioh they
wish to pursue, provided they enter at least three
schools. In cortain cases, however, students will
bo allowod to enter less than throe schools.
Dnring the present year there will bo no exami
nations or other requirements for admission, ex
cept that the applicant must be at least fifteen
years of age; but in order to insure uniformity of
preparation in certain departments, a preparatory
courso has been prescribed, and, after this year,
applicants for these departments (under eighteen
years of age) will bo required to bring satisfactory
certificate of proficiency, or to nt and an examina
tion. For applicants over oighteon years of age
no examination or certificate will be required du
ring the next year.-Columbia Carolinian.
PERSECUTION IN MISSOURI.-The New York Newt
Tho Missouri State Timos of July Cth comoB to
ns filled with notices of the United States Marshal
for the Western District of Missouri to parties
whose real estate he baa seized for confiscation on
account of their participation in tbe "rebellion."
Ern?n LATS THAM Navan.-If your teeth are going,
and you have not yet tried the "80ZODONT," aa a pre
servative, try it now. Abandon all other dentrlfrlces,
and give lt a fair chance; it ls guaranteed to be ta harm
less aa wat?. ta?2
[ COMMUNICATION. ]
Messrs. Editors: -I bad recently tho ploasuro of
mcotiog HENRY M. BRUNS, LL. D., formerly Prin
cipal of tho High Behool of Charleston, now Prin
cipal of tho Classical Boarding School of Camdon.
In conversation ho jocosely euggostcd tho follow
ing linos from HORACE as a motto for tho next
edition of the "Prison Lifo of JEFFERSON DAVIS":
Horace-Epistle 10, Hook '2, Line 74.
Vir bonus ot sapiens audoblt dicure Pentueu,
Rector Thobaruiu. quid tu? p.-rforro. pstlque,
Indignan coges ? Aiiiiusm in/us. Nsmpopeens tam,
Lectos. argputum. Tollas licet. In mantels et
Cornpsdlbus s.-uvo te sub rusiode. tencbo,
Ipso Duns, fclmulatquo volam me solvet.
Tho good and wiso man will tiaro to say, "See.
STANTON, what shamo you will compel mo to en
duro?'* "I will take away your property 1" "My cat
tle, forsooth, my land, my furniture, my nioner :
yon can take them.'' "I will confino you in haml
en fl'* and shackles under Major-Gcnoral MILES."
"God himself will release mo." K.
lite Ladles' Mnlual Aid Association.
Messrs. Editors:-Tho Ladies'Mutual Aid Asso
ciation desiro to return thanks for tho following
From Mr. L. O. BATES, 1 piece Calico, over 50
From Messrs. NORTH, STEELE A WARDELL, a
liboral dona-ion of various materials and trim
mings for work.
A handsome anonymous donation of hardware;
consisting of scissors, needles, pins, pons, Ac,
most usotul to tho Associatijn.
Wo beg leave to acknowledge Mr. N. LEVIN,
Jr.'s, kind tender of his express wagon to take the
work to and from tho Superintcudon* to tho Ward
Snporintendcuts. In connection with this, wc aro
indebted to Messrs. GRUBER & Co. .or uight large
boxcB, properly marked for transportation ol said
To tho proprietor of tho Meeting street Ice
House wc return thanks for his kind daily supply
of ice to tho ladies at tho Depository.
Besides these, many other donations have boen
received from various individuals of less value,
but not less acceptable, such as brooms, pails,
oto.,-which all encourage us as evidencos of the
interest taken in our work.
Orders for work of any kind loft at tho Deposi
tory, in Chalmers street, will bo promptly attend
ed to by our ?ery officient and highly esteemed
We would invite tho kind attention of tho public
to tho "Sales-room" of tho Association, at the
"Depositor." which will be oponod on and after
Monday, lGtn instant, whore thoy will find a va
riety of articles suitable for tho wardrobes of
ladies, gontlemon, children aud infants. Wo
wonld also bring to the notice of tho ladies the
dressmaking department of this Association, and
would solicit their patronage.
W. T. D., Socrotary and Treasurer.
Freights on the Northeastern Railroad.
Wo have been favored with a perusal of a pri
vate letter from a merchant in Darlington, S. C.,
to ono of his correspondents in this city; and,
through tho kindness of tho latter, arc enablod to
lay tho following extract beforo our readers:
DARLINGTON, July 10, 18CC.
I write also to you aa one who has at heart the
interest of our old, honored and battered, yet
noble city, to ask that you endeavor, through
your Board of Trade, to causo a reduction of
freights on thc roads connecting this section to
Charleston. A drummer from Now York carno
into my storo last week, and tried to induce me
to givo him an order; ho statod that arrange
ments woro about being perfected, and would
soon bo, whereby goods would bo brought Irom
Now York to Mars Bluff (a lauding on Pee Dee
River, only fourteen milos from this place), by
vessels, at a freight of ono dollar and fifty cents
per barrel. Wo can haul goods from tho Bluff
with wagons at a cost of about fivo dollars per
day, and in a day bring about six thousand dol
lars worth of merchandise. Society Hill and
Cheraw, which last supplies tho whole of tho
southeastern and middle western sections of
North Carolina, are both directly on tho Peo Dee,
and for them the expense from tho Bluff will bo
still less. Now a barrel weighs 200 pounds, and
the freight on Northeastern Railroad is ono dollar
?ior 100 pounds, and on Cheraw and Darlington
ta il road fifty cents per 100 pounds. You will thus
seo that it will be cheaper to ship goods from
New York to this section, than from Charleston,
evon supposing tho buyer paid in New York
Charleston prices; much cheaper when New York
prices aro, of course, neceasarily less. Add to
this the superior facilities of amusement, &c,
which havo their natural weight, and you will
roadily perceive how much injury this Northeast
ern Railroad Company are doing the old town.
THE 8DBSCBIBER Issued proposals, a short time since,
to publish a volume of Reminiscences, to consist of
one hundred pages, at fifty cents por copy, but found,
in collecting the materials, that lt would be impossible
to confine it within those limits, and that lt would reach
about one hundred and fifty pages. He has been com
pelled, therefore, to charge seventy-five cents per copy,
tho Increase of matter being moro than equivalent to
the Increase of price. The Reminiscences will be ready
for delivery on Thursday, the 12th inst.
air. ANDREW FOWLER is authorized to deliver copies
to purchasers. For sale at WALKER'S stat! nery, corner
of Market and Meeting-streets, and at all the bookstores.
2 J. N. OARDOZO.
W. 8. O. CLUB HOUSE OIN.-Pure, sott, and unequal
ed. We place this celebrated brand of gin before tho
public as a pure, unadulterated article, that only re
quires to be known to bo appreciated. Medical men of
the highest standing acknowledge that lt has great
medical properties, and to tboae who uso it medicinally
lt ls particularly recommended. Wit. 8. CORWIN A Co.,
No 900 Broadway, N. Y., Sole Importers. For salo at
E. E. BEDEOIID'B, NO. 259 King street, Charleston. t
BUSINESS NOTICE.-Wo call attention to Mr. JOHN
COMMINS. He offers one hundred cases of shoes, com
prising summer styles, for ladies, gents and ohlldron, at
retail, for two months. Fifty cents on each pair will
certainly be saved by the purchasoT? -besides getting a
prime shoe for wear.
Call at No. 137 Meetlng-streot, np stairs, noarly oppo
site to Hayne-street, sign of the Big Shoe. tutbs9
EVERY FAMILY should have a case of Dr. HUMPHREYS'
SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEOIOINES. Thoy aro simple,
easily appUed, harmless, and yet, in a thousand in
stances, they arrest disease, allay pain and suffering,
save calling tho doctor, and prove a friond indeed. Tho
valuable service rendered Immensely overbalanooa the
small snm they coat. See advertisement. Address
HUMPHREYS' 8PXCIFIO HOMOOPATHIO MEDICINE CO.,
No. SS2 Broadway, N. V. 0
AN INCREASING DEMAND.-NO artlole bat ever won
more general and lasting favor than
The demand for thom from ladles, clorgymon, mor
chants, Ac, is incredible.
The simple trial of a bottle ls the evidence we present
of their worth and superiority.
For Dyspepsia and Low Spirits, Bad Breath, Pain in
the Side, Back, and Stomach, Distress after Eating,
Headache, Heartburn, Ac, wo confidently recommend
the PLANTATION BITTERS,
They are the pleasantest tonic over taxen. No change
of diet ls required while using them. Eat all the good,
healthy food your stomach craves.
The good effects of PLANTATION Birrama are seen
upon making the first trial. A very few bottles often
leave Uio worst dyspeptlo sound and hearty
FROM HEAD TO FOOT. tutha3
STERLING BILLS ON BANK OF LIVERPOOL, PAY
ABLE In London, In suma to Bult purchasers.
8IOIIT CHECKS ON NEW YOUR BANKS.
For sale by W. B. SU11H A ( C.
Juiy lt 1 Gillon atrcet, near old Poatofflre.
STATE OF GEORGIA COD PON 8
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons
Montgomery sud West Point Railroad Coupons
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Coupons
Purchased by GUNNER & ? ILSON,
July 13 3 No. 6 Bmad-atroet.
1 i~\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING A8
LU 80CIATION STOCK.
Apply at this office. July 13
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
ll All.KOA .J BONDS
PORCHA8ED BY 2. B. OAKES,
July 12_3_No. 4 Broad-street.
rpHE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 8 TO
J. ll o'clock, Morning and Evening, st White Point
Gardon li.u bun: Hi UHO.
TO-MORROW (8undsy) from 0 llb 13 o'clock.
J"'y 1*_P. KILROY, Proprietor.
HAS JOS r RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OE" SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE GREY 0LOTH, manufactured expresslyfor civil
iau'a summer sud early fall wear in tho South. Will
bo sold in Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yordu of heavy GR BYS for winter.
N. B. Theso shales will always bo found in my store.
HENRY TRENCHARD, formerly Cl th manufacturer
for the Cou federate States Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
change street, Charleston, 8. C.
ay WIULbattar far Wool. Imo June 28
SOLICITS PATRON IGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter ProsBcs, Printing Prosses; makes and re
pairs Hoisting Machines for Stores; makes all kinds ot
Wrought snd Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
a general mn of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. AROH'D MiXiEISH,
\T?'-? r?i||4X.t?<M Ni ' Pnuirutrlftit 'ntrcet.
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that theee highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by tho same person who made thom for ovor twouty
years for James Moorhead. He having tho original re
ceipt, can confidently recommend thom equal to any
made during M<>oi head's life timo.
Sold in quantities to ault purchasers at No. 99 CAL
HOUN-STREET, south aide, between Meeting and An
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
July ll Imo
JOHN KING & C0.9
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 148 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERR'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SAXE, LOW FOR CASH:
HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and lu casks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases and in casks
CLARET WINES, in cases, pinta and half pints
CORDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Solf), in cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GINS, in cases and in casks
RUM, In cases
WHISKIES, in cases and in casks
ALE, in casos, quarts and pinta
LAGER BEER, in quarter b?rrela, also In pinta,packed,
eight dosen to the barrel. 3mo*> Jonell
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES SPORTER
WEST 18TS- BET7 &8AVE? NEW YORK.
GM W. CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE BOLE AGENCY OF THI
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to be
the best In the market, are now prepared to supply the
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For ?ale lu b?rrela and half barrels.
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presenta to the attention of Mothers ber
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Whloh greatly facilitates the process of Teething, bj
softening the gums, reducing all Inflammations, wU
allay AT.T. PAIN and spasmodic action, and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon lt, mothers, lt wUl give reat to yourselves
Relief and Health to Tour Infants
We have put up and sold this article for over thirtj
years, and can Bay in confidence and truth of lt what wi
have never been able to aay of an other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED I I A SINGLE INSTANOS TO
EFFECT A CUBE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one wbC
uaed lt On the contrary, sU are delighted with ita ope
rations, and apeak in tarma of commendation of to
magical effects and medical virtues. We apeak in tim
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' exps
ri en ce, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. Ll almo?
evory instance where the infant ls suffering from pal)
and exhaustion, relief will be fonnd In fifteen or twent?
minutas after the syrup la administered.
Full directions for using wUl accompany tao h bottle
None genuine unless the fae timiU of CURTIS A FEB
KINS, New York, ls on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all druggists throughout the world.
Pri?e only 35 Cents per Bottle.
For sale by
KING & CASSIDEY.
Is Health Worth Having ?
If lt ls, protect lt. It is a Jewel as easily loat BB vir
tue, and in aomo cases aa difficult to recover. Nature,
in our climate, and eapeclallv at thia season, requires
to be cccaalonally reinforced. But everything dopende
upon tho tonio used for thlt purpose. The medicinal
tinctures, all of which arc bated on common alcohol, are
dangerous. Quinine, as everybody finds out who takes
muoh of lt, la a slow poison. One safe protective from
all unhealthy atmospheric influences exists and one only.
This powerful preventive ls HOSTETTER'8 CELE
BRATED STOMACH BITTERS, a compound of the
purest stimulant ever manufactured, with tho most ef
fective t?nica, alteratives, regulatora, and depuratora
that ohemlatry has yet extracted from the botanical
kingdom. Convalescents, languid and feeble from re
cent sickness, wlR find the Bitters an Incomparable
Restorative, not disagreeable to the taste, and emi
nently invigorating. No other stimulant produoesfthe
same effect as thia Stomachlo. It doea not excito or
fluter the nerves, or occasion my undue arterial
action; but at once soothes and strengthens the nervous
system and the animal splr'.ts. 6 July 9
Assorted White Granite Ware mul (Han Wnw
BY W I I. Ul ll ?SiB??N. '*
MONDAY, the 10th Inat., at our Mles ".oom*, corner
State and Chalmers streets, at lUs o'clock, will bc
An invoice of direct imnorted WHITE ORANlTE
WAUE, choice stylos, expr?s?ly sclciteULr thu market.
CONBI8TINO Ot .
Plates, Soup and < overed Dish. *, Pitchers, Toile t
Sots, Mug?, Soup and Sauce Tareena, Sauco hon ls, Tea
atd Coffee Cups and Saucers, DOM ls.
iO dozen a?sorted CDT OLAfit HAR T?MI1I.EBB,
and every variety of Ware, to bo sold in lots to suit th
trade sud for famillrs.
Conditions cn>h July 14
Valuable Stock of Horses at Auction.
BY SMITH di Met? I Ll I VKAY.
No. 587 Broad Street, Baralil side, Near State
On WEDNESDAY next, the 1Mb inst. ut ll o'clock, will
bo sold, in front of our Ofllcc, a uumber of valuable
CAPITAL MADDLE HOBBES
DRAP!' HO KU KS
1 Ano largo ROCKAWAY HORSE, l(\y, bands high ,
sound and gentle
In this lot will be found somo of tho boat HORSE
of their kind over brought to this market.
The salo will be continued dally st ??nu co an
hour until the whole Siock is disposed ol. ! .ly 14
Meet inn-street Ix)t of Land
BY T. A. \V II I TN KY.
On TUESDAY, 17> h Instant, will bo o ff oreo raalo at
the north Fido of the Exchange, at ll A d.
All that LOT OF LAND situated on tho cist side o
Meeting-streot, next sooth of lund known as the
Roulain, opposite tho Theatre Lol The lot has a
frontof 10 ?-12 feet on Meetlutf-street, and in depth 1 ?8
feet, moro or less, as also the right ol way with the ad
joining lot to the sooth of six feel on Mootiug-stroet.
Tho purchaser of Baid lot ia willing to divido said six
Thr plat of said lot can be seen at my Office,
No. 7 FRANKLIN-STREET.
Conditions cash, and purchaser to pay for deeds.
AUCTION SALK OP VALl'AIILR HOUSES .
MULRH, WA?.OttS, At.
Will be sold on MONDAY. July 16tb, I8fi6. at IA o'cloe
A.M., at South Commercial Wharf, Charleston, ?. O.
60 MULES-in goodcondlttou
40 HORHe.8-In good coLdition
1 lot ARMY WAGONS
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash, In U. S. Currency.
Property to be removod within forty -eight hours af te
salo, 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 2 18
Will be aoldat BAMBERG, 8. C., on TUESDAY, 17th
Inst, to tho highest bidder,
ONE HOUbE AND LOT, belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
88, A. F. M. ; vorydcBirable location In the town o
The OLD RUINS of said Lodge.
Conditions-Credit until 1st day of January, 1887,
with two approved sureties, bearing interest from day
W. T. EASTERLING,
J. F. IZLAR,
M. W. FKLDEB,
W. H. IZLAR,
Ii. T. IZLAR.
THE UNETED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL. ARD
GROUNDS, locate d In the City of Charleston, S. C.
will be sold to the highest bidder, subject to the ap
proval of the bid by the Secretary of the Treasury,.
12 M., JULY 19th, 1866, on the premises.
Terms of Salo-$1000 cash; balaoosin equal payment*
uf thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Certificate of Sale
will bo given at tho time, and the deeds to be executed
upon the payment of tho last instalment of the purchase
money. A. O. MACKRY,
Jane 19 Collector of Customs.
GANTT At BOYLE
Offer at Private Bale
A twoand-a-half story WOODEN BUILDING. In Up
per Wards, containing five square rooms and two attics.
To be removed at any time before lit November. WU i
be sold low.
A SODA FOUNTAIN, in complete order.
Apply as above, at
N. W. COR. CHURCH AND BROAD STREETS.
^ Doughty Street.
BY W . Y. LEITCH.
At Private Sale
That pleasant and convenient WOODEN RESIDENCE,
ON BRICK FOUNDATION, situated in Doughty street,
and known as No. 4. The Honae contains 4 squar
rooms, 2 attics, dressing room and pantry, with ga
throughout. On tho premises are a large and convenlen t
kitchen, stable and carriage house, with cistern and wei
of good water; Lot measures 40 feet front by 100 fe e
Tills property is well adapted for a genteel residence,,
and contiguous to Bntledge Avenue.
For further particulars, apply as above, to
July 12 thatua No. 20 BROAD STREET.
LIFE HRH mm.
TUPPER A LANE,
IN PLANTERS' dt MECHANICS' BANK BUILDING.
No. 133 East Bay-street,
REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
COMPANIES of the highest responsibility, with Cash
Capitals of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
AGGREGATE, $10,000,000. ,
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS BENRFITLIFE
INSURANCE CO., OF NKVV YORK.
SOUTHERN ACOIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
FIRE, MARINE and LIFE RISKS taken as low as any
reliable Company, and Losses promptly paid at UJIB
A. A. LANE.8AM'L Y. TUPPER.
Jone 28 tutha2mos
Wonderful but True !
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologist and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while In
clairvoyant state, delineates the very features of the per
son you are to marry, and by the aid of an Instrument
of h?tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guar
antees to produce a perfect and Ufo-llke picture of the
future husband or wife of tbe applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, Ao.
This ls no imposition, aa testimonials without number
can assert By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyes and bair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you wlU re
ceive the picture by return mall, together with desired
Address in confidence, Madame OF.RTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. O. Box 397, West Troy, N. Y.
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DR. LAWRENCE'S CELEBRATED ANTISYPdl*;
LITIO, warranted a certain cure for SYPHILIS
in all 1U forms. Entirely vegetable._
OaT-For sale by all Druggists-^*.
KINO Se OASBIDBY,
j"|y 3 amo?_CHARLESTON, a a
nO Y ALU AV A IA LOTTKK Y OF CUBA,
^ONDUU-iED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMkVrVi.
CtttSffOIM GOLD DRAWN EVERY BEVEiTMaUb
Prut es cashed and Information furnished.
The highest rates paid W WWOWM1 ab Wad
G-.!* ?ic Silver. liYMHt* -O. Ba
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