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The Daily ?S"ews?
FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20. 18C.C.
LAlltf?ST ClttCULATlUM Hi TILE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?*- THH? TjIRT OF LBWHBH8 ro
mniiiliiH in th? I-?ostorflOB ?vt trie find
o? enoh -w??=?U is puhl??!??* oftlomlry
In TI?T. DAXXjY NKW3 ??very Wri
.A. O- E TNT X S _
The foBowlnrr aro tho Agonts for this paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collect
Rov. COLIN MURCaiSON, Ocnoral TraveUng and
TOWNSEND & NORTH, BookseUors and Stationers,
Columbia, 8. O.
Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwoll, 8. 0.
F. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Office, Spartanburg, 8. 0.
J. T. DuUOIH, Marlon.
0. 8. HARRY, 8andy Ford P. O., Madison CO., Fla.
PATRICK k HUVEY, Macon, Georgia.
B. a. Mcknight, union ?tu**,
T. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. O.
J. B. ALLEN. Chester O. H? B. 0.
JOSEPH H. BEARS, New Bonth," Hilton Head.
W. 8. LANCE, GrahamviUo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0.
8. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro', 8, 0.
B. L. DARR, Suinter, 8. O.
THAD. O. ANDREWS, Orangehnrg, 8. O.
J. T. HER8nMAN, "Journal offloe," Oamden, 8. O.
J. M. BROWN, "Southerner ofRoo," Darlington, 8. O.
afl. M. QUINN k BBO., Augusta,
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga. v
IBAAU DA VEGA, Agont in New YorK.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO.NO. 708 Broadway, Now York,
Aas always tho latest dates of the Daily News, as he
flOSS of all thn other principal Journals of the country.
SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -?S?
Godey's Laoy's Book for August, come in good
time, as usuil, ?8 to be found at Qoinn's Up-town
Trial of the Ph nix.?The Little Frank hav
ing been repaired, the indomitablo Phenloians, in
spite of the intolerable beat of the weather, gave
her a trial yesterday morning. Hho performed in
a perfectly satisfactory manner, and threw a solid
stream 2-10 feet through a one-inch nozzle,
Dabney'b Life of General Jackson is a book
bo family in the South should be without. Mr.
John II. Thomas, it will be Been in our advertising
columns, is the authorized agent for Charleston,
and will call upon our citizens every day, giving
every one an opportunity of procuring this ster
ling work. .
Hot Weatheb.?Our Northern exchanges come
to us filled with almost incredible accounts of
the heat and its fatal otTects in tho great cities.
We have not bad a cool spell in Charleston, but.
the delightful sea breeze with which our city is
blosBod seomB to have prevented tho sun from
killing anybody. Ab night, when there is no
breeze, the thermometer often registers 00; what
it would bo in the sun in mid-day, without the
breeze, wo cannot imagino.
Highly Colohed.?From an advertisement in
the New York He aid of tho 11th, wo perceive that
the down east codfish aristocracy is being invigo
ratod by a judicious cross with tho blackfiab. A
colored young gentleman on his travels, with a
tutor "who can write and keep accounts," is a
novelty. Tho advertisement noglocts to state the
color proforrod for the compagnon de voyage.
Wanted?a young man from 1C to 17; one who
can write and keep accounts, to travel with a
young colored man, this summer; parents must
bo willing; pay $16 a month aud board. Address
all letters to William A. T. ?Smith, No. IS Phillip
street, Boston, Mass.
Exhibition at the College?Profeasor Holmes
proposes to give one more of his interesting en
tertainments at the College Chapel this evening.
This will be the last opportunity afforded to the
publio to witness the wonderful effects of the Bin
op trio Lanterns, and every one should take ad
vantage of the occasion. Ae tho juveniles have
heretofore taken an unbounded interest even in
those parts of the exhibiti >ns which tboy could
not comprehend, Profeasor Holmes has arranged
the programme for tbia evouing expressly to suit
their tantea and capacity. Moreover, tho little
folks are not only consulted as to the character ot
the amusements, but tLoy are admitted for hall
price. Parents who doairo their children to pase
& pleasant and profit-ible evening, should be sure
to send them to the College to-night.
Hail Service at the South.?An individual b3
the name of Bryan Tybon seems to havo obtainec
the permission of tho Government to make agoot
thing out of the mail service in the South. Mr
Tyson is a North Carolinian, now residirg ii
Washington, and can take the test oatb, and i
thus enabled to tako out contracta for mail ser
vico. He prnposcB to take out as many of thes
in his own name as may bo needed in the South
and to lot them out to partios desiring them win
cannot tako the oatb, at a discount of two and i
half per cent, on the annual amount allowed fo
carrying the maile. Thus, by the mere magic c
an oatb, Mr. Tyson, doubtless, expeots to realiz
a fortune of a million dollars or more.
Sale op the United States Marine Hospitai
?Thin building was sold yesterday at public auc
tinn, by Collector Maorey, nnder instruction
from the Secrotary of the Treasury, for the sui
Tho property was purchased by the "Board (
Missions to the Colored People aud Freedmen <
tho Protestant Episcopal Church of Booth Cart
lina," and is to be titled up and arranged ae
school for the education of colored people. VV
learn from a reliable sotiroo, that whoo tho Re1
A. TooMKit Pobtkii made application to His E:
cellency Andrlw Johnson, for tho purchase i
this property, tho Prenident wits so much please
with the proposal that he immediately subscribe
$1000, and the H?n. ecretiry of the Troasm
also mado tho literal donation of ? 1000 to wan
the proposed plan. These liii/h t-fli ?h'?s of tl
Government are "co?A<rtifliV?iw,"aiid havo a moi
earnest way of exhibiting thoir kind icelinge
the frocdinei* than tho mouthy, ranting "Rue
cals," who ?peak Hyiupithniiiigly of, and toil
freodmon, but never giv.- from their own p uket
KovortbeleBs tboy aie very liberal in beotowii
the publio funds to carry out party aims and o
Provost CounT, Ju'y 19.?United States vs.
Jack Morris (colored)?Trespass and altompting to
steal.?Tho prisoner, about dnylightthis morning,
entered tho premiaos of a respectable colored man
and attempted to break iu hi* house. This aroused
tho owner of tho houao, who got up and armed
himself with a revolver. Hearing a noise at bis
fowl-house bo rusbod to the window, and Beoing
tho prisonor running off with a bug ou bis urni,
bo fired two shots at bin, but neither took effect.
Tho noiso of tho pistol attracted tho .iltoiition of
a policeman, who arrested tlio prisoner. These
fuels being proven by tho ovidi-nco, tho prisoner
was found guilty and sentenced t > $10 lluo or thir
ty days' iropriso mont.
United States vu. .Limes Brooks (colored)?
Carrying Concealed Weapons.?Defendant ac
knowledged that bo had a pistol, but said ho was
carrying it in bis bands, and that it did not be
long to him. P. licomau testified to having nr
res.c-d tho prisoner, aud having taken the pistol
out of bis pants.
Guilty, aud aontonced to pay a fino of ?50, or to
bo imprisoned for sixty days at bard labor on tho
United Slatos us. Edward Koy (colorod)?Stab
bing Charles Wilson.?Prisoner plcadi guilty.
Case turned over to the Military Commission.
United States vs. Bill Armstrong (colored)?
Stealing a Door Koy.?Tue prisoner was quite a
juvenile offender, and nut sufficiently matured in
the wayB of tbo world to koop out of tho clutches
of tbo law. A case of circumstantial evidence
was mado out against him, which loft no roasona
blo doubt of bis gni.t, and bo was eontoncod to
pay a fine of $5, or bo imprisoned for 30 days at
bard labor on tbo streets.
United States M. John Watson (colored)?
Stealing.?This individual, for an aggravated caso
of assault aud battery, was fined $100, aud iu do
fault of payment to bo confined at hard labor on
tbo etrects for 60 days.
United States us. William Fuller (colored).?As
sault and Battery and Robbery.?Tho ovidenco
againBt this prisoner was very unsatisfactory, tbo
victim of tbo assault aud robbery having left town.
Under tho circumstances tbo Court was about to
discharge him, when Mr. W. J. Whippeu stated
to tbo Court that the offence was committed near
bis office, aud that he was cognizant of many of
the facts. He believed the prisoner was one of a
gang of villains who were continually committing
violations of the law, and ho thought that they
ought to be brought to justice. Ho asked tbo
Court to continue tbo caao, and promised to have
tbo witnesses prosont to convict tbo priBonor.
The Court accordingly continued the caso to July
United States vs. Hardy Robinson (colored).?
Stealing Clothes.?This prisoner wsb brought up on
suspicion, by a gentleman in whose employ ho bad
been for a long timo, and who kept a bad dog in
bis yard that no one elao was acquainted with but
himself and tbo prisoner, and his clothes being
stolen from bis house durit g bis absence, ho
thought that the theft must have been committed
by the prisoner. The prosecutor said that bo was
a refugco from New Orleans in straitened circum
stances, Gen. Butler having kindly sold bis prop
erty in that city and pocketed the proceeds, and
therefore bo could not afford to loso his clothes.
He asked that the case might be continued until
ho could have tho premises of the prisoner eearch
ed, and it was ao ordered.
Mayor's Coonr, Thursday morning, July 19.?
A fellow, with a brick in his hat, seemed jealous of
other peoplo having anything to do wi:h bricks,
and therefore interfered with a gang of bricklay
ers at work. Ho was relieved of the bricks in his
hat for the small sum of $5.
Alice BoTLtn, who bailed from Hilton Head,
and said that she was the wife of John Butler, a
Government employee, was eent to the Alma
Two follows, one rather alarmed and the other
in a very good humor, were up for fighting. Thoy
were fined $15 each, which lengthened tho face of
the good humored man considerably.
An ugly, dirty, bloody individual was takeu up
for lying down drunk in the street. He had a pass
to c.o North by the steamer Canonicus, and Hia
Honor ordered that tho fellow be made to take
advantage of said pass, congratulating himself
and the city on being rid of him ou such easy
The Virginia Epiunqs.?These fashionable re
treats, from the oppressive ho it of summer,
which were almost entirely broken up by tho dis
astrous events of the late war, are fa.-t recovering
their former splendor. Below wo givo a short
summary of an iutercsting artiole on the present
condition of theso springs from the Richmond
' Examiner. In the long list of arrivals wo notice
the name of but one S >uth Carolinian, Mr. E. M.
Weatreuly, of Marlboro*, who is stopping at tbt
' Stribling Springs. The citizens of our Stato once
! contributed largely to the support of these water
ing places, but their means have been bo curtail
ed by tho result of tho war that thoy are not now
' able to indulge thoJiberal expenditure which wai
* their wont In tbo days of their prosperity. How
* ever, it is still early iu tito season, and we doubl
* not that beforo it is over, our 8tate -ill be bcttei
1 represented in the hotel lists than it is at preseut
8 In fact, wo know of several parties now on theii
* way to theao mountain resorts.
TH E WATER 1N Q I L A<_3.
i Visitors aro rushing ea'.'orly from the intem?<
g heat of the plain?) an I vall-ys to tho cooler anc
purer regions of our mountain springs.
noCKUHIDQE ALUM BPHINOS,
One of the must fasuiouable, already boast o
* 100 arrivals.
0 BTIUBLINO BPHIN08.I
This excellent summer rea .rt is Keeping up we]
in the race which the various springs seem to b
running so well this snason.
'" An appreciative visitor which us as follows fron
b Amelia Borings: "People who like a quiet lif
q would fliid this retreat a most pleasant- one."
THH WHITE BULPUOU HPRINOH OF 0.4.TAWBA OOUNT1
NOK1 11 OAHOLINA.
)r Tho White Sulphur spring* uf O-itawba Connty
?' North Carolina, ?re doUf-rvedly popular, f?r tin- ;
). xrolooated in one of nature's most charming re
_ Rions, n-'ted for it* picturesque M nutty am
healthy air. The mountain* loom up urandiy u
? ihn blue distanco, while inin>o?lia'ely ?round th
>, springs are ext- n?-ivo uinbr.igo >u< forosts, whin
t. giant oaks aud clna'i.uts, aud other in marc!
, trues, ris j to tho tkios in a mass of dark groen f?.
d This fine watering place belongs to a compan
,,1 of Baltimore and itiuhmoiid gentlemen, wh
lavish tin ir means profusoly iu givii.g ever
"y luxury to their guest?.
It? ?-? ? ?
ii- A company ia organising tu Cincinnati to ei
re tablish a mammoth garden for the growth or^
to kinds of fruit aud vegetab ea, and furnish thoi
Ii- to the publie in wagon?, on orders. It is pr<
ie misod that maikethig by this new method eba
s. con the oonsumer ?m'y a ll'tlo more than on
? naif the present prices a^ked The company
, to have a oat.it.1st o ?>f ?100,000 and will hav
D" a farm of 1000 tere* near iI?h oity, fitted up e:
olusivoly for this new movement.
Auction Sales Tills Day.
MoKa? k Campdei.l will noil Hits day, at their sales
room. UjsoI street, next to PostofUc?, at 10 o'clock, an
assortment of furulturo, laco wlutlow eurtaiuB, Manilla
rope, li.u-.iwaro, &c.
R. M. MnaMIUIiTi will sell Hile day, at his sales r >om.
No. 33 Broa I street, at 11 o'clock, a lot of turnlluro,
Kronch cluck, rovulvor, seftars. kc.
L. B?sen & Son will soil this dav, at No. 000 KinR
strect, at 1 i o'clock, MM sorrel ?Hoy and t bay lackey
mare; also a lot of fumilutu and other articles.
Smith & MoGn.i.ivnAY will sell this day, in front of
their ofllco. No. 27 i'roiul slro- I, s.uth ?ide. m-ar Stalo
street, at H o'clock, tho re ualndor of tho stock o? fino
borst*; aud Immediately aftor, a family carriage audit
lot of laud lu Alken.
T. O. Mili, n, Esq., lato at Levy k AutsANUEn's,
Ttell known in bnelnrBs circle- asanaccomplinhed sales
man, is now engaged at !.. Birbiifeld'b fiig Olotblng
Wont, in KlOR-slr. ot, In tho Adgor Building;, whore ho
will bo glad to nicest hi? friends, and suit them bb of old,
with tho very nncst of now fits.
Pankntn'b Hepatic BrrrEnB.?So many spurious nos
trums havo been pa'mod off on tbo public under the
namo of IHU'rs, tliut tho word is almost synonymous
with humbug 1 But here wo havo an article which wo
know is no humbug. Dr. Panknin is a druggist of
good Btanding in this community, and who has lived
among us for many yoars, and bis Ilopntic Bitters are
recommended by our best ph\ slcians, who arc well ac
quainted with the composition o? tho medicino. Mo-c
ovor, wo have trie! it oursolves, and oau recommend
its flavor, and are quite willing to accept its virtuel on
the credit of tlio Doctor.
If he who causes two hladf.8 of orabb to (?now
wiiKiiE dut one a hew I.FFORF. Ir a public bouofactor,
tlii.-u ho who pIiceB in tho handB ol tho public tho
means of curing disenso is more. Dr. Hu.mphrf.vh bas
been over ten years preparing his IIom opathio
Specifics for tho public, and has oliborated tho most
complete, simple and Bticcusflful system over known for
families or Individuals, ilia preparations have an es
tablished and ?united reputation. Seo advertisement.
Ad roes Humphiif.th' Steoific Homceopatuic Medi
cine Co., No. 55i Broadway, N. Y. G July 10
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD il tu ?Il NOH.TH OP MARKET,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIO THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDIGINE8,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. SOAPd, BRUSHES. PER
FUMERY and FAN J Y GOODS, and aro prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapest mar
E. H.KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
Palis' Kisriisr 'a
THE MOS C INVALUABLE PEilEDY FOU THF PER
MANENT CUBE OF
FOE THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CURE OF
Arising from a dobilitatod state of tho Stomach or Live r
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF OUR
and take none otbor, and you will not be disappointed,
The trado supplied on tho most liberal terms by th<
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
O. F. PANKNIN,
NO. 128 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, 8. O.
j?- PLEASE OB3ERVE THE FAO 8IMILE OFTHl
PRORPIETOR'8 SIGNATURE ON THE OUTBIDI
Also for Bale at
U. W. AIMAR,
Da. P. M. COHEN,
DAW80N k BLA KM AN.
E H. KELLERS & CO.
And by Druggists generally,
TRK UNDERSIONED HAViNQ COMPLETED THEII
arrangements oiicn moro for th - manufacture o
tbo oest UOTTON GlNSover made in this country, art
now prepared to receive orders from Planters anr
o'h n wlsbiDg to purchase.
Tn loi.r established and well known reputation o
ELMOTT'HOOT I UN OINS, will, wo hop?, be a suffi
ois'it i/naraatoe that th? nri'oii ??in ?ivn -n>lr?i s*Uatao
Oou. J. M. ELLH fJT ft go.?
ICay 1? Winasooro, ?. O.
More Chean Goods
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY
iuforHi their friends and customers that
they have this ?!ay MARKED DOWN the
remainder of their SUMMER STOCK at
and below cost. We are also now re
ceiving a large assortment of GOODS
adapted to Merchants9 and Platters'
trade, which has just been purchased
iu flew York, by oue of the fi m, at the
lowest cash prices, and will be sold at
CONSISTING IN paut of:
1 caso 10.4 BLEACHED SHEETING? at $1 per yard
1 case 10 4 Blenched Sheeting, Super
1 case 6-i and 6-4 Pillow Cotton
1 case 3-4 Lonttcloth, 10 and 30 cents
1 case 7-8 LonjfcloHi, 20 and 24 cents by ploco
1 caso 4-4 Lont,cloth, S3 to 10 cents by piuco
2 balea moro of thoao supor Engllah Longclotlis,
Irish Limns stall priera
7, 8 aud 10-4 Bleached Tablo Damasks at low prlcoB
Bird Eyo and Russia Diapers in variety
Linen Shootings, all widths
Pillow I incne, all widths
Damask Napkins and Doyllos in variety
Super 8, 10, 12 and IG-i Domask Cloths
10 and 11-4 Marseilles Qui its, superior quality, at $8
FOR PLANTATION USE.
3-4 BKOWN 8BEETINGS, FINE AND HEAVY
7-8 Brown Sheetings, fino and heavy
4-4 Brown Bhootings, flno and heavy
Cotton Osnaburgs, white and striped, very heavy
40 piceos Bluo Donlms, assorted
40 piecos Blue Plaid Checks
40 pieces Bluo Stripes, heavy
40 pieces Bluo Plaids, heavy
50 pieces Twill atripea, hoavy
100 pieces Prints at low price
Colored Handkerchiefs in variety.
A full assortment of QOOD8 in onr line, tdi of which
will be sold at low prices by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET,
Old Stand W. G. BANCROFT ?fc CO.
OPEN THIS MORNING
ONE CASE DeBEGE, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
Ono c&ao Wiro Crash, 12J cents.
* STOLL, WEBB & CO.-,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
SUPER BLACK BAREGE8
BUPEK BLACK GRENADINES
SUPER 8-4 BARh GE8 and
STOLL, WEBB & CD..
NO. 287 KING STREET.
LOT COLORED MU8LINS. AT 15 AND 20 CTS.
Loi Colored Muslins, at 30 and 40 contB
J Lot French Muslins, at 50 and 60 cents
Lot French Cambric?, 85 to 60 cents
L't English Br ?Hi an tea, 25 conta
Lot English Grenadines, 30 co?ts
Lot Lisio Poplins, 40 conte.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
July 18 _
, WHITE GOODS
: AT THE
PHIN AND STRIPED SWISS MUSLINS
Super Mull Mu ?lins
btipor NaiiiHuok Muslins i
Plaid Cambrics at all prices
Bishop aud Victor! i Lawns
Swiss and Cambric Edgings
Thread and Valcnoiconcs Edgings
Lace and Muslin Collars
Linen bots at all prices.
1 An assortment of all GOODS in our line, by
! STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
Jury 18 win? lmo
Furniture, <?e., A; o
McK-iY rt; CanVuiCLL,
Next IO I'oMnlli. -,-, H,,.,, i ?irret
Will doll, TUI.Il Y. ?i >,,? <.. ,1 '
LAROEMIHROI-8. nAllt AM? CAM-. KEATCnAIRH
Rocking Olialr?, t-ofas. Marble Ton Table?, L< unces'
MdoiM-nrd. Banana, Waidrobea, Bedsteads and ?iat
trrsscs, I 111 wi?, WasliHiumlH, 'ji.i-i. ?-, rtiy ravings and
Oil Paintings, Ico Coolers, Ciockory, (;nbs, lot Now
Drawers, Ac., Ac.
0 pair FINE ttkCJt WINDOW CDBTAIM8
4 c ?Ils j; Inch Man il :a li(?i
Bert 81hel??. Hardware, fco.
A variety of Baskets aud Mais.
_Condition b muh. July SU
Horses (Jarriage. <rc.
IIV SIlllTll.v Uhl-l- 1 1VIIAV.
Ilio remainder ot tho ?TOOK OF FINK HORSES will
bo dl?|?oHc?l of Ulis DaY, in front of our < fllco. No.
27 Uroad-otreet, south side, near Stalc-streut, at 11
.A.1.'.H.?'.IMMFU,ATKI'Y Al-TKIt, WILL SI OFFERED,
1 ROOM*. FAMILY UK TRAVELLING. OARRIAGE,
In good order.
2 Lots of Land In Alten will also bo sold without re
Terma cash._ j^iy 20
BV I,. BUNCH ? SON.
THIS DAY. tho 2(??lt instant, at 10 o'clock, at No. COC
Klng-striet, will i.,, m.ld. without reserve,
1 SuRItfcL FIL Y, 2 years old, o? fino stock
1 Bay Tackoj Marc. 3 years old.
A LOT OF FURNITURE, ccnslntin? of:
2 BE bTEADS "
1 Centre Table
1 Dluiug Table
And ether articles too numorr.ua to mention. ?
tjfg- Unlimited a. tides received up to hour of sale
BV II. M. HA.HIIIA._U
THIS DAY, 2Uth ln?taiit, at 11 o*cl?>ck. will be sold, at
my yalos Room, No. :?3 Broad street,
A LOI" (-F FURNITURE,
SIDEBOARDS RUllKvUS. WIRE SAFE
Wardrobe. Ufllce Duss, Bcdsteids, 2 Pianos
French Clack, 1 Uovolvor, ctegars, Ac.
BV 3. 8 V -0\S
Will soll TH18 DAY. 20tu lust, lumtediatoly after tbo
arrival of tho 10 o'clock Boat, ou tho Back lieach, 8nl
A FLAT 40 FEET LONG, 14 FEET WIDE.
Terms cash. Bowu wUb tho hammer,
July '20 ?
A < MI II.
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE OOMrANY MOST
rospectfully ask for aid from their follow-citlzons of
Charleston In tho purchase of a NEW ENGINE AND
In making this appeal to the public, they would state
that this Company was formed iu 1830, and that their
E-gliio In now complctoly worn out?It having been In
service fifteen years. They, tht reforo, confidently ap
peal to their fellow-cltlzons, foiling satisfied that, In
view of tbelr past services, a generous public will not
deny to them that aid which, while increasing the
effloloncy of their Company, will, at tho same lime, add
to the welfare and safety of the commnnity.
Subscriptions will bo received by ulihur of tho under
signed Committee, wh i will call upon the citizens to
complete tho collection:
Warda Nos. 1 and 3?W. G. HAWKINS and H. TER
Ward No. 2?S. BEV?S3ANG and W. O'MABA.
Ward No. 4?H. L. OALDER and T. DIXON, Jr.
Wards Nos. 6 and 7?W. H. SIUWALD and P. F. DUN
Wards Nos. 6 and 8?T. 8. SIGWALO and P. BUCK
HEIDT. 8. BEAUUSANG,
Secretary Committee on Collection.
I most cheerfully solicit, for tho MARION FIBS
COMPANY, tho aid thoy require?their englue, from
long ?ervlco, being almost usoloss.
M. H. NATHAN,
July 16 mwf3 Chief Fire Department.
Well to-day, Sick to-morrow.
Buch la tho cxperlenco of Thousands. Fow enjoy con
tinuous health. To what does tho occasional ivalld at
tribute his uncertain condition? Not to himself, of
courte. Ho layB tho blame on tho climate, perhaps. It
Is too hot, or too cold, or too damn, or too dry, or too
variable. But does bo taku tho proper course to fortify
his constitution and bodily organs agalnet the extremas
and changes of which he complains? No. He says,
perhaps, that only an iron man could bear such groat
heat, or such violent cold, or such sudden vicissitudes.
Wby then d-ios ho uot resort to tho groat Tonic and
Preventive, whlob, if It will not make him an iron man,
will at least quadruple tho capacity of his system to re
pel al external agencies that tend to produce disease?
H08TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTEB8,
taken faithfully according to the directions, will so
st-eogthen the stomach, brace tbo nerves, tone the
liver, and regulate and Invigorate the whole animal ma
chinery, that the system, instead fit being at the mercy
of tho weather, and liable to be prostrated by every
change of temperature, will becomo case-hardened, as
It were, and almost Impervious to climatic Influences. It
Is to this preventivo principle that Hostetier's Bif
TKRS owe tbeir great popularity In the West Indios,
British America and Australia. 6 July 16
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician?
Presents to the attention of Mothera her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, by
softening the gums, re luclng all inflammations, wfD .
allay AT-T, FAIN and spasmodic action, and la
SUBE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothera, It will give rest to yourselves .
Relief and Health to Your Infants?
We i %vo put up and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can aay In confidence and truth of It what ws
have never been able to say of ? other raodlolnc?
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 who
used It On the contrary, all are delighted with lta op*,
rations, and apeak In terma of commendation of its
magical effects and medical virtuos. We speak In this
matter "what we do, know," after thirty years'expe?
rlsnce, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL*
MKNT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In alrcotl
every instance where the Infant la suffering from pala
and exhaustion, roliof will be found In fifteen or twenty
min?tes after the syrup la administered.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottla,
Hone genuine unless the tac simile of CURTIS & BHR? .
SINS, New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all druggists throughout tbe world.
Price only 30 Cents per Uottle..
1*"l?8br KINO & CASSIDEY.
jr?-HYGIENIC] WINE-THE GREAT IM
PORTED TONIC?It Is utte- ly different from alcoholic
trashy bitters. It wt. endorsed by fifty-8 x members of
tbe American Midlc.l Association, with Uteir signatures,
Baltimore, May 1, 18G0- All physicians who examine It
unhesitatingly approve it. It la tho BEfaT TON10 FOB.
LADIES known, ?ample ?ashb sent on receipt of $15.
LAMBERT k KaWPING, Importera,
Nos. 31 and 33 Broadway, Now York.
MUSCAT PERLE?finest Table Wine
N B.?Samples sent to physicians, with formula fro?.
ofvdurge. mw__os June 2o