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The Daily N~ews.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 10. 1866.
LARUEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LARUEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY.
?r THK LIST OIT LKTTKH8 re
malninK in the Postoffioe at the enrt
ol auoh week Is published officially
la XHK D^VIXiY NKWS every BVi
W S KB SECOND AND TH1SD FAQ BE. ?
Univebsit? Medical Colleqe, New YonK.?
We bavo boen favored with a copy of tho Annual
Announcement of Lectures at this school. Thoir
building, it will bo recollected, wan burnod in
May, with tho Aoademy of Mueio. Tho oxorciaos
havo boon continued in tho Now York Hospital
Building in Broadway, whoro lectures aro to be
delivered next bobb?oii.
Soda Wateb_Mosers. Pbatt &. Wilson Bnoa.
have, at tboir drug establishment, in King, near
Markot street, a supply of cold double extra. Soda
Water, contained in porcelain lined founts, re
markably strong and pure, and which will bo
found particularly relroshing during this very
warm spell. Thoy havo also a largo and superior
assortment of sympa, well calculated to nloaso tho
most fastidious. Tickets will bo sold at tho very
Jow price of twelvo for one dollar.
A Gentlemanly way or Obtaining Satisfac
tion.?It is reported thai, on Saturday aftornoou,
while a Federal officer and a citizen wore drinking
togothcr in a bar-room, some cause of quarrel
aroso, and tbo latter curaod tho formor a d?d
Yankee s?n of a b?h. The offended Boldior im
mediately went round to the jail, and obtaining
a negro guard, came back and arrestod the citi
zen. He carried him to tho jail and there con
fined him until hie p&Baion cooling off, he thought
better of the matter and released him,
I. 0. 0. T., 8ouTH Carolina Lodge, No. 1.?
At a meoting of this Lodge, hold on Wednesday
evening, 11th inst., the following offioere were in
stalled to Borvo for tho ensuing Term :
Bro. H. H ODD, P. O.
Bro. T. W. CANNON. N- O.
Bro. P. D. ROLGER8, V. G.
Bro. W. A. JUNK?, B. 8. N. O.
Bro. P. OH LAND, L. 8. N. G.
Bro. C CLARE, Warden.
Bro. J. BA?BUN, Conductor.
Bro. Z. B. OAKKB, Treasurer.
Bro. L. O. LOYAL. B. Becretary.
Bro. H. Y. B1GHTON. B, 8. V. G.
Bro. ISAAC B. KURBE8, L. 8. V. G.
Bro. Q. HUNEKEN, Organist.
Bro. A. ZOMK.KLLER, R. 8. B.
Bro. T. GLEA80N. L. 3. S.
Bro. J. J. HlL 'ON, Inside Guardian.
Bro. E. MITCHELL, Jr., O. B. Guardian.
Ex-Govebnob Lowe, of Maryland.?We have
pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to
the professional card of this gentleman publiahod
in our columns to-day. It will be remembered
that Gov. Lowe was one of the most ardent sup
porters and admirers of tho South during tho re
cent war. Holding high position in Maryland, he
used his iuflaenco and energies in behalf of the
lost cause, and now, after losing all but health
and honor in support of the political principles of
his life, and the rights of hie native State, he has
finally located in the city of New York, where he
can, without proscription, enjoy tho high sooial
and legal position he so justly merits. He is a
lawyer of most extraordinary ability, and both
practical and learned, and wo commend him most
heartily to thOBo of our readers who may have
occasion for legal services in New York.
Rbmabkable Case of Lonoevity.?A correspon
dent, curious in such matters, informs ns that,
after a long and tedious computation, ho has as
certained the fact that the united ages of the
Board of Directors of the South Carolina Rail
road Company is just one thousand years, giving
to every individual Director the very handsome
aver age of sixty-six years and eight months. Oui
correspondent, thinking that others would be ae
much interested in this piece of atatistioal infor
mation as himself, desires ub to publish it for the
benefit of science. This we cheerfully do; but wt
cannot agree with him in the inference he draw*
from this wonderful instance of longevity. What
can onr statistical friend be thinking about whoi
he writes : "After fifty, men always decline ii
vigor, think and aot more slowly, and give gone
ral evidence of feebleness, hoth of body and o
mind." Ho is certainly mistaken; and in proof wt
only need adduce this same millennial Direction
Who shall say tbat the management of the Soutl
Carolina Railroad Company exhibits any symptoms
"of feebleness, either of body or of mind ?"
ABBOT of R. C. Gilohbist, Esq.?We under
stand that R. 0. Gilohbist, Esq., a prominen
member of the Charleston Bar, was arrested anc
incarcerated on Saturday evening last, under thi
following circumstances : Two highly respoctabli
colored men called on Mr. Gilobrist on Saturda;
morning, and informed him that they had ever;
reason to know that there would bo a concerte!
attack made on the police in the market on tha
night by negro soldiers and vagabond freedmen
At the same time they insisted that Mr. Gilohbib
should not divulge their names, and he promiaei
A? in duty bound, Mr. Gilohbist gave tho in
formation thus derived to the Mayor of the oitj
and he, in turn, informed the military authoritiei
These last sent for Mr. Gilohbist, and demande
the names of his informers. These he declined t
give, believing himself in honor bound to kee
them secret. Ho was then dismissed, bnt sum
monea again at 9 F. M., and, on bis again refut
iog to give up the names of his informers, he wa
thrown into jail, where he was kept until lato yet
terday afternoon, when he was released at lb
instance of Ex-Governor Maobath.
Thoao are the facts as wo heard them, but w
will not vouch for their exact correctness.
Pbovost Coubt.?The Bmallnoss of tho docket a
lowod tho Court to celebrate Saturday as a ha
The following interesting case of stealing froi
the Pavilion Hotel was tbe only one decided.
United States vs. John Green \colorod).?Stea
ing.?Asa Buttebfibld, Bworn : Tho dofendai
has been employed at the Pavilion Hotel, wil
which I am connected. Yesterday afternoon
I stopped him as he was going away, and four
I bread, meat, pork, chicken and bntter on hie pe
I eon. He was second cook; we board him, ai,
I thero was no occasiou for him to take thei
I thing; there was about lj pounds of butter.
I $20 fine, and sixty days' hard labor.
Death or an Old Citizen.?Wo regret to an
nounce tho doath, on Saturday last, of Ariel
Bolles, Esq., for many years a roBidcnt of this
city. Mr. Bolles was horn at Woodstock, Wynd
ham County, Conn., July 13th, 1780, and was con
sequently just eighty yoars of age at tho timo of
his doath. Ho graduatod at Brown University
Soptoniber 7, 1808, and shortly aftorwards, at the
ago of twiuty-ono, came to this city as a privato
tutor. Ho was for half a roiitury ono of tho most
distinguished teachers of 'OiarlcHton, superin
tending, at ono time, tho Orphan Hunue, after
wards the old Charleston College, and afterwards
a large and well known fornido acadomy on his
own account. There is scarcely a. family in
Charleston of which soiuo of tho member? have
not been taught by Mr. Bolles, aud throughout
the South tho announcement of his death will re
call to tho mind of many a mother, and many an
anciont spinster, tho days when thoy were merry
Woffob? Colleoe, SrAnTAMinno, S. C?From
the Express wo learn that the annual meeting of
the Trustees or this institution was held on
Wednosday, tho 4th instant, at whioh a resolution
of thanks was passed to tho Faculty for their zeal
and dovotion to the College during the entire war.
A Divinity School, in connection with this Collogo,
is to bo opened on tho 1st of October. Rev. A. M.
Snirr, D. D., Rev. WuirEFOonD Smith, P. D., and
Rev. A. H. Lester, constitute tho Faculty of the
Theological Department. The honorary dogroe
of Doctor of Divinity was conferred upon the
Rev. War. Anderson, If, D., of Kontucky, and tho
Rev. James A. Ddnoan, of Virginia.
Wofford Collogo has only beon in operation
about twelve years, but, thanks to it? able, high
toned and Christian Facnlty, it has already won
an enviable reputation among our seminaries of
learning, and we feel assured that a brilliant
futuro awaits it.
The action of the lato General Conference on
the education of tho ministry will givo a groat
impetus to this subject, and Wofford College will
bocomo tho nursery of tho Methodist Church for
this State, as it indeed has already been, in a
large measure, for the last eight of ten yoars.
Of its alumni, if we aro not mistaken, the
greater number fell in battlo, or died of disease
contracted in the field. We know of no other in
stitution that has boon called on to deplore so
large a proportion of its graduates. We need not
say that the memory of these departed heroes,?
and they were among tho noblest of the land,?
is cherished by the survivors in their heart oi
The next session of tho College will commence
on the 1st of October.
Auction Sales This Day.
Wilbur & Son will sell this day, at their sales room,
corner of Slate and Chalmers-streets, at 10K o'clock, at
Invoice of assorted white granite and glass ware.
Will be sold at public auction this day, on South Com
merclal Wharf, at 10 o'clock, by order of Q. M. Depart
mont, GO mnlcH, 40 horses, a lot of army wagons, anc
lot of ambulances.
Gabriel DeWitt will sell tbls day, st tho northwes
oorner of King and Spring-Btreets, at 10 o'clock, tobac
co, wire safes, Ac.
Bowers k Silcox will Bell this day, in their store, No
137 Meeting-street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock, far
niture, shoes, and 'sundry other articles; aleo, a loto
flag atones, to be sold by ?ample.
Mr. J. Reeve Gibiies.?Wo would call the attentloi
of our readers to the advertisement in another columi
of Mr. J. Reeve Gibdes. Mr. Guides has been lon|
and favorably known to our business community, ani
H is only necessary for our merchants to read his adver
tlaement, and they will at once be satisfied that be 1
compotent to perform all he undertakes. Mr. Qidue
is a native of this city, had much experience as book
keeper and out-door clerk before the war, snd durin?
the lato struggle for Independence ho performed faith
rally and honorably the duties of a Confederate so!
If be who causes two blades of grass to onoi
WHERE BUT ONE OBEW BEFORE is a public benefuctoi
then he who places in the hands of the public th
means of curing disease is more. Dr. Humphrey? ha
been over ten years preparing hie Hom opatuu
Speoifics for the public, and has elaborated the mot
completo, simple and successful system ever known fo
families or Individuals. His preparations have an ei
tabllshed and merited reputation. See advertisemen
Adcress Humphreys' Bpeoific Homoiopatbio Meo
cine Co., No. 581 Broadway, N. V. 0 July 1G
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY MOB
respectfully ask for aid from their fellow-citizens i
Charleston in the purchase of a NEW ENGINE AN;
In making this appeal to the public, they would atat
that this Company was formed in 1839, and that the
E glnelsnow completely worn out?It having been 1
service Alteen years. They, therefore, confidently ai
peal to their fellow-citizens, feeling satisfied that, I
view of tbeir past services, a g?nerons public will ni
deny to them that aid whioh, while increasing U
efficiency of their Company, will, at the same time, ad
t to tho welfare and safety of the community.
1 Subscriptions will bo received by either of the nnde
? signed Committee, wh > will call upon the cltlsens t
3 complete the collection:
y Wards NosT 1 and 3?W. G. HAWKINS and H. TE1
Ward No. 2-8. BE vDSSANG and W. O'MABA.
Ward No. 4?H. L. OALDER and T. DIXON, Jb.
Wards Nos. 6 and 7?W. H. SIGWALD and P. F. DTJ1
Wards Nob. 6 and 8?T. 8. SIGWALD and P. BTJ01
HEIDT. 8. BEAUSSANG,
Secretary Committeo on Collection.
I most cheerfully solicit, for the MARION Flit
COMPANY, the aid they require?their engine, fro
long service, being almost useless.
M. H. NATHAN,
July 16 mVfJ Chief Fire Department.
Well to-day, Sick to-morrow.
finch is tbe experience of thousands. Few enjoy co
tlnnous health. To what does the occasional lvalld i
tribute his uncertain condition? Not to himself,
course. Ho lays the blamo on tho climate, perhaps,
is too hot, or too cold, or too damp, or too dry, or t
variable But docs bo take the proper course to forti
his constitution and bodily organs against tho extrem
and changos of whioh ho complains? No, He saj
perbaps, that only an iron man conld bear such gre
heat, or such violent cold, or such sudden vlclsMtude
Why thon d?ss ho not resort to the great Tonlo ai
Preventive, which, if It will not make him an Iron mi
will at least qnadnple the capacity of bis system to i
pel at external agencies that tend to produce dlseai
HOSTETTEIt'S OELEBRATED STOMACH BITTER
taken faithfully according to the directions, will
st engthen tbe itomaob, braco tbe ?ervo? tone t
liver, and regulate and invigorate the whole aolmal n
ohinery, that the system. Instead of being at the mer
of tbe weather, and liable to be prostrated by eve
change of temperature, will bocomo caso-hardened,
it were, and almost impervloui to cllmttio Influences.
Is to this preventive principle that EomTm'e Bi
isas owe their great popularity in th? Welt Indli
British America and Australia. 6 July l<
IN THE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEOS 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
PRICES, 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.
TINE BLACK CLOTH POLL DRE88
FBOOK COATS.|38 (32
FINE BLAOK CLOTH FULL DBE8S
FBOOK COATS. 35 30
FINE BLAOK CLOTH FULL DBESS
BACKS. 20 18
FINE BLAOK CLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS. 14 11
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED 8ILK
LINED SACKS. 32 28
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH CABS. FOLL LINED
BACKS. 20 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW CA88.
SKELETON BACK. 24 20
HARRIS GREY CABS. SKELETON
8A0K. 21 18
OHIVROIT OA88. SKELETON SACK.. 20 16
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON SACK. 22 18
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED OAB8. SACK. 14 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK. C 6
WHITE LINEN DUCK SACKS. .$11, $7, $6, $10, 0, 5
COLORED ALPACA SACKS. 8 7
BROWN AND OBEY TWEED SACK... 6 5
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 6 6
BROWN LINEN D?OK SACK. 5 4
BROWN LINEN 8DIT8, 8A0K, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLAOK BILK ALPACA SACK. 8 60 7.60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA BACK. 7 8
BLAOK ALPACA SACK. 6 4
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OA88. PANTS.. $10 IS
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OA8S. PANTS.. 13 11
BLAOK FRENCH DOE OASS. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED OASB. PANTS.. 18 13
FRENCH BILK MIXED 0A8B. PANTS.. 16 12
FRENCH BILK MIXED CA8S. PANTS.. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED FBENOH OA88.
PANTS. 14 11
OHIVROIT OA88. PANTS. 12 10
STRICTLY ENGLI8H OA88. PANTS... 15 12
LIGHT COLORED OASS. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED CABS. PANTS. *9 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED OASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENOH DRAB D'ETE PANT8. 13 10
FRENCH JOINER OLOTH PANTS. 12 0
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 8
BLAOK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.61
COLORED CAS8. PANTS. 6.60 4.6(
COLORED OA88. PANT8. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS.:. 2 1.?
V E S T S.
BLAOK OLOTH VE8T8 (SILK BACK).. 11 9.81
BLACK SATIN VESTS. 7 6.?
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 5.60 4.61
COLORED SILK VE8TS. 7 6.61
COLORED SILK VE8T8. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH CABS.
VESTS. 8 6
BILK MIXED FBENOH OA88. V?8T8,. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 5.60 4.i<
HAIB, LIN ED O A88. VESTS. 5.60 4.?
BROWN UNEN DUCK Vt-BTS. a60 3
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.60 2
WHITE MARSEILLES VE8TO. $7 and 0 $6 and 5
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS ADD COLLARS MADI
Togethor with a Large Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c,
Which will bo sold at corroapondlng Low Price?.
V9~ Tho Price 1? plainly marked on eaob artlole.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
A8 USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE If
accommodating his friends, and tba pnbtlo Ir. general
AT THIS PLA0E, who are respectfully Invited to call.
WM. MATTIIIE?, AGENT
No. 219 King-street,
OHABLBSTON, S. O
July 11 lmo
COLD, STRONG AND PURE,
DRAWN FROM HINDERMYGIVS CELEBRATED
PORCELAIN LINED FOUNT?,
CHOICEST SYRUPS SERVED.
TWELVK TICKETS POR OMS HOL. I.Alt,
KTo. 238 King-street.
July 16 _" C
PER SHIP "SOCTIIEIirV RIGHTS,"
1 (~\ CRATES CROCKERY, CONTAINING CHAM
JL\_r UEUH and BowIb
16 craks One Assoiled Crockery.
Will bo sold low if app.'led for at once, by
Jo'? 9 mthi Up. 78 Eufit Bay.
IN STDUK AND AR1UVINQ.
rjr BAGS RIO. JAVA AND ST. IKMINQO COFFEE
I O 150 bblB Extra and Pino Flour
10 hhda Prime Shoulders
5 do do ?Idos
GO bags Rangoon Rice
60 bbls Syrups
100 kegs Nails?all sizes
80 bbls Sugars, Browu, Stuart's A, Ii and C,
1000 eacks Liverpool Salt
76 packagos Green and Black Ton, whole, half
and quartor chests
75 kegB and b?irels Loaf Lard
300 boxpB Foreign and Domestio Llqnorn,
bchnapps. Wines. Brandie? and Bittere
100 bbls GlDson'e, and varions grades WoiaBlea
And a lot of other Staple and Fancy Groceries, too
numerous to mention.
No. 78 East Bay.
July 9 mth4
No. 185 East Bay.
CHAMPAGNE, CIDER, ALB, LAGER
4)fT BASKETS CHAMPAGNE?"HEIDSEIOK"
?JfJ 26 SUM "Nativo Wine"
126 cases Claret Wine?St. Julien Medoc
60 cases Scotch Alo, in jugs
00 catea Lager Beer, In jugs, (pints)
60 rasos Champagne Cider, (quarts)
60 casea Champagne Cider, (pints)
15 bbls. Ego- Biscuits, f-esh
20 cases Sardines, (quarters)
10 cases Sardines, (halves)
160 reams Wrapping Paper, all sizes.
75 barrels Extra FLOOR, at exceedingly low price.
A large assortment of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
8EOAR8, togetberwith a well selected stock of GRO
CERIES generally. For sale by
GEO. H. H0PP0CK,
July 11_wfm8 No. 186 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 cwka
MADEIRA WINE, In caaes and in casks
CLARET WINES, lu casea. pints and bau* plots
CORDIALS, lu cases?a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Self), in cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GINS, in cases and hi casks
RUM, In cases
WHISKIES, in cases and In casks
ALE, in cases, quarts and pinta
LAGER BEER, In quarter borr?la, also in plata,packed,
eight dosen to the barrel. 3mo*> inn?n
M ACPHERSON & DONALD SMITH
BREWERS OFFINE PALE AIES &P0RTER
WIST I8T-MS7 BET"-M 7 &8AVE? NEW YORK.
GBO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Comer East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGEN0Y? Ol" TH?
above celebrated ALB, acknowledged to be
the best in the market, are now prepared to supply th*
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale In barrels and half barrels.
An experienced Norse and Female Physician,
Presents to tho attention of MothorB her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, bj
softening the gams, reducing all Inflammations, wit
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and Is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOW ELS.
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest toyomsalvu
Relief and Health to Your Infants.
We have pat op and sold this artlclo for over thlrt)
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it w?iat wi
have never been able to say of an other medicine?
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CORE, when timely used. Not? did w?
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wot
used it. On the conirary, all are delighted with lta op?
rations, and speak in terms of commendiUon of ltt
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In thli
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' exp*
rlsnoe, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WB HEBE DECLARE. In almoi
evory Instance where the Infant Is suffering trom pah
and exhanstiou, relief will befonnd In fifteen or twenr>
minutos attar the syrup Is administered.
Foil directions for nslng will accompany ncli bottlr
None genuine unless the foe simile ol CURTIS & PER
KINS, New Fork, is on the outalde wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Frtoe only 35 Cent? per Bottli.
For sale by
KING & CASSIDEY.
v?r>r-?nrv ' 0 nr ! ,.?" ? -
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANT*
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUROHAHB, BALE ABI
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) o
OQTTON, MOE, LUMDBB and NAVAL 8T0BE8.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, I. V.
Furniture, Shoe?, and,Sundry Other Goods.
BY MOW KM S Ot Nil.? ox.
Will Im sold TU I.S DAY, in our atoro, No. 1917 Meeting,
(trcct, opposite Markt-t. at 10 o'clock.
FINE DECRETARlhB and BOOKCASE*, Bureaus,
with anil without OIbxhcs, Cuiiiitliif Houso Desks. Dusk
with drawers, Mahoguny DlttlUK Tiltiles, Card Tablee,
Marble-top Table, Pine Balf-ronud Tables. Bed stnps,
Bedsteads, Sideboards, Csriicts, ? dosen Paper Collars,
Piaylii?,' Cards, lot o? Durham Alimtiinl, rann of Straw
berries, Blackberries, Peat-lies, Pears, Cranberries, Yeast
Powders, Chewing Gum, Ground Ceflee, Sup. Carb.
Soda. Starch, Black Tea. Table Suit in boxes, Note
Paper, Letter Paper, Envelopes, Steel Pens, Scrib
UriiHhcs, MiBses' Balmorals, Kid Slippers, Portfolios,
Fringes, Baskets, Counter -Scales, Iron piafe, Sheepskins,
liarnos? Leather, Trunk, Ltttnp, Stoves, fto.. Ac.
Conditions cash. July IC
Lot nf Flan Nones.
H Y ROW* HS ?Si SIH OX.
Will ho sold THIS DAY, t>y suniple, in our Storo, No.
127 Meeting.street, oppuMto Market, at 10 o'clock
61 0 FLAG STONES. 18x16
44 i FIuk StoucH, 22x22
200 Klag i tonea, 24x24.
Conditions cash. July 16
Assorted White Granite Ware and Glass Ware.
BY W u.Ki'M &HON.
THIS DAY, the. IGth inet., at our i-ales Boora, corner
State and Chalmera Btrcots, at 103, o*cl" . will be
An Invoice of direct Imnorted WHITE VNITE
WARE, choleo styles, exprestly selected ici-1 market,
CONSISTING O* :
Plate?, Soup and i overcd Dishes, Pltcl \]ToUet
Hots, Mugs, Houp and Sauce Tureens, Sanco -vis, Tea
and Coffee Onps and Saucers, Bowls.
40 dozen assorted CUT GLASS BAR TUMBLES 8,
and every variety of Ware, to be sold in lot? to suit Ih
trado and for families.
Conditions cash. July IG
Tobacco, Wire Safes. &C.&.C.
BY (?AliitlHi, BeWliT.
Will bo sold THIS BAY. IGlli lust., at 10 A. M., at Store
north went corner Spring and King streets, by the box,
700 pound? superior CHEWING TOBACCO
1 lot Binoklug Tobacco
C now Wire Safes
1 lot Pockot Knives
Clothlug, Striped Osnaburgs, Ac, Ac.
July IC_ _
AUCTION SALK ?P VALUABLK HOUSES,
pii'i.Ks. w,\?.o\s, a-c.
Will bo sold THIS DAY, July lfitb, 18?G, at M o'clock
A.M., at South Commercial Wharf, Charleston. S. 0.
GO MULES?In good con'llttou
40 HOHSr.H- in ROod condition
1 lot ARMY WAGONS
1 lot AMBULANCES.
Terms cash. In U. S. Currency.
Proporty to be removed wtthlu forty-eight hours afte
?ale, or stored at rink and expense of tho purchaser.
By order of
Brevet Lieut, Col. C. W. Thomas. Chief Q. M.
JAMES R. GlLMORE,
Brevet Lieut. Col. and A.Q. M.
July IG 18
Meeting-street ImI of iMnd.
BY T. A. WHITN1CY.
TOMORROW, I7i h Instant, will bo offered for sale at
the north side of the Exchange, at 11 A. M.
All that LOT OF LAND situated on the oast sido o
Meeting-street, next sooth of land known as the
Rouloln, oppoBito the Theatre Lot. The lot has a
front of 19 6-12 feet on Meeting-street, and In depth 1 G F
feet, more or Iobb, as also the right of way with tho ad
joining lot to the south of six feet on Meeting-street.
The purchaser of sold lot ( willing to divide caid six
The plat of said lot can bo seen at my Office,
No. 7 FRANEL1N-8TREET.
Conditions cash, and purchaser to pay far deeds.
Will be sold at BAMBERG, & 0., TO-MORROW, 17th
In st., to the highest bidder,
ONE HOUSE AND LOT. belonging to Allen Lodge, No.
38, A. F. M. ; verydeslrable location In the town o
The OLD RUINS of said Lodge.
Conditions?Credit until 1st day of Jonnary, 1867,
witb two approved s'.iietios, bearing Interest from day
W. T. EA8TERLING. 1
J. F 1ZLAH.
M. W. FELDER, 1 Commissioners.
W. H. IZLAR, A
L. T. IZLAR. j
July IG _13?
Valuable Stock of Horses at Auction.
BY SMITH ?Si McGlLI.l VKA Y.
No. 27 Ilroml Street. Sont h Sido, Near State
On WEDNESDAY next, the 18thinst, at 11 o'clock, will
be sold, In front of our Office, a number of valuable
OAP1TAL BADDLE HORSES
1 fine large HOOKAWAY HORSE, 16? honda high ,
sound and gentle.
In this lot will bo found some or tho beat HORSE S
of tbelr kind ever brought to this market.
The sale will be continued dally at same place an
hour until the whole Stock is disposed of. July 14
THE UNITED STATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, located in tho Olty of Charleston, 8. O.
will be sold to the highest bidder, subject to the an*
proval of the bid by the 8ec etary of the Treasury, k
12 M? JULY IB tU, 1853, on tiM promit es.
Terms of Sale?$1000 cash; balance in oqnal pay menta
of thirty, elxty and ninety daya. A Certificat? of Sole
will be given at the timo, and the deeds to be executed
upon the payment of tho last Instalment of the purchase
money. A. O. MACK BY,
June 10 Collector of Uns torus.
OA1?TT dt BOY LB
Offer at Private Sale?
A two-and-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. Wll 1
be Bold low.
A BODA FOUNTAIN, in complete order.
Apply as above, at
N. W. COR. CHUB0H AND BROAD STREETS.
July 14 2
BY CLIFFORD & MATIHCWES.
No. 31 1-2 Broad-street.
At Private Salo?
That centrally and desirably situated handsom
HOU8E and LOT, No. 93 Went *orth strtet, a few door
west of Coming street. The Lot measures 60 feet fron t
by 180 feet deep. Ttio House is three and a hall storio e
high, containing six sqnare rooms, twe nicely finished
attics, dressing rooms, bath room, Ao? and pantry;
water and gis throughout tho houso, aud every modern
convenience. There la also a very fine cittern, larg e
number of well finished rooms in the yard, carriage
house, stable, flower garden, fruit trees, Ac, and alto
gether one of tho most conveniently arranged establish
ments lu the city.
For terms apply as above. mwftt July 2
ISAM E. HERTZ & CO.,
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 E^lST BAY,
CHARLBSTON, s. c.
July 4 3mo
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,,
No. 201 1CAHT BAY,
OHAR1JB8TON, S. O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE 8BIP BROKERAGB WITfl
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared ta procure FREIGHTS and OUAB
TEltS. Masters of vessels having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying?
OEO. A. HOPLEY ft CO.
MOTTET, HOCHET ft CO.
WM. P. HALL.
MORDECAI A CO.
RAVENLL A 00.
WILLIS ft OHISOLM.
Juno 13 8mo
I^T. G-_A. K.^3
DR. LAWRENCE'S CELEBRATED ANTI-SYPHI
LITIC, warranted a certain onre for SYPHILIS
in all its forma. Entirely vegetable.
joar-For sale by all Druggist?-?
ICTJNfG Se OA88IDBY,
July 3 3mo* CHARLESTON. 8. 0.