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The Daily ?STews.
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1866.
LAUULST CIKCULATlO?i IN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
WXHK LIST OF L??TrER8re
mtainlns in the Postottioe ut the end
ol euoh week Ib published offioiully
la TUB DAILY NKWS every JtTri
?luy raoriitni!. _
Zata following aro tho Agents for this papor:
W.A.HEMINGWAY, Goneral TravoUng and Collect
ing Agent.
Bov. COLIN MUROHISOV, Ounoral Traveling and
Collecting Agent.
TOWNSEND k NORTH, BookeollerB and Btatlonors,
Columbia, S. 0.
Col. J. J. RYAN, Barriwell, 8. 0.
F. M. TRIMMIER, Spartan Offlco, Spartanbnrg, S. 0.
/. T. DdBOIB, Marlon.
0. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. 0., Madison Co., Fla.
PATRICE k HUVEY, Maoon, Georgia.
B. A. MoKNIGHT, Unlonvllle.
?. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Oltnton, S. 0.
3. B. ALLEN. Chester0. H., B.C.
lOBEPH H. 8EAR8, " Now 8outh," Hilton Head.
W. 8. LANCE, Orah.im vlllo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0.
B. F. BRADFORD, Walterboro', 8, 0.
H. L. DARR, Sumter, 8. 0.
THAD. O. ANDREWS, Orongoburg, 8. 0.
9. T. HERSHMAN, "Journal oiDco," Cnmden, 8. O.
#*. M. BROWN, Southerner office," Darlington, 8. 0.
M. M. QUINN k BRO., Augusta,
/. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DAYEGA, Agent in New YorB.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO. NO. 708 Broadway, Now York,
tus always tho intent dntos of tho Daily News, as ho
doas of all tho other principal Journals of the country.
LOOAJL, MATTERS.
a.?
ttr BEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -IB? '
Attention is called to tho letter of Ex-Governor
PiCKENS on our second pago.
We call attention to tbe chango of timo for
holding the public mooting of citizens, which will
be noted in the advertisement headed "Public
Meeting."
Mtjsio on the Batter*.?The Sixth U. 8. In
fantry band porform on the Battery this evening,
commencing nt six o'clock. Tho following is tho
programme : 1. Kroenungamarch?Lo Prophet.
2. Overture from Stradella. 3. Polka?Rosa. 1.
Potpourri?Semiramldo. 5. Cavatina, from Sancio
di Caetiglia. 6, Quickstep.
The People's Line.?A privato dispatch, re
ceived by Mesare. Willis & Chisolm, states that
tbe steamship Cambria left Now York on Thursday,
at 7 A. M., in placo of the Mtmeka. The Cambria
will leave this port for New York on Thureday
next.
United States District Court.?Favorable in
structions from the Frosidont, in the BTowEns'
case, are daily expected, but no reply has yet been
received to the etatement forwarded. Meantime,
during the absence of anything criminal, the time
of tho Court is fully occupied with pressing civil
business.
Mayor's Court, briday Morning, July 20.?
A follow, who insulted a t*irl, pot knocked on the
head by her father. Tho old man was brought
into Court this morning for tbe battery, but His
Honor discharged him. '
A Fat Place.?The Governorship of Cuba.?
Captain-General Dulce, who has rocontly returned
from Cuba to Spain, is reported to have made a
million of dollars. Dulce et decorum pro patria
mori; which, liberally translated, moans : Dulce
made a good thing of it serving his country at
Aforo.
The East Tennessee and Geoboia Railroad
Company are issuing now bonds, to take np past
duo coupons of the company's bonds. Bonds are
issued of denominations as low as $100. The
"KnoxvilloDepository,"CM. McGhee, Preeident,
will givo attention to tbe consolidation and issue
of the new bonds.
Due West Female College.?We have re
ceived, from the press of Mr. Joseph Walker, a
very neat pamphlet, which, upon examination,
proved to bo a catalogue of the Due West Fe
male College for lho year 18C5-'6G. Rev. J. J.
Bonner is the Prosidont of the Faculty. The
session was well attended. Next term opens on
tbe first Monday in October.
The Thoudles on Folly Island.?A disturb
ance occurred on Folly Island day before yester
day among tho colored troops stationed at that
point. M ajor Faust, from Cusllo Pincknoy, wenl
over with a white guard as soon as he hoard of
it, but tho diatuibanco had been quellod beforo
ho reached the islam!. It was rumored that somo
of the rioters hud been killed, but wo learn on
good authority that the report was incorrect.
Map of the Seat of WAn.?We aro indebted
to Z. B. Oakes, Exq., for a very satisfactory Map
of Germany. Hero you can follow the armies.
Austria running and Prussia pursuing, and Italy
flying with Austria after bor.. Tuja map is gotten
up out of pure philanthropy by the Homo InsurJ
ancc Company of Now York, aod should bo pro
oared for every rflice and counting-room in the
city. Mr. Oakes, tho Agent of the "Home," has
our thanks for remembering us.
Important Decision?On tho civil aide of the
Provost Court, josterday, tho following important
decision was given iu tho caso of Thomas W. Car
dozo (colored) is. thoBaltio Fire Insurance Com
pany of New York. The plaintiff in this caBO
beiDg a resident of i'barleston, and tho defondant
a corporate body or tho Stato of Now York, and
tho subject matter of dinpnto of a greater value
than $500, the Uuitf-d States Courts, under the
Act of 1789, have exclusivo jurisdiction.
Tho Uuitod States O.mrt is now open in this
State, and any disability under whioh tho plaintiff
might have labored on account of his color, has
boon removed by tho Civil Rights Bill. This case
is, therofore, di*miBBfd, and tho plaintiff remand
ed to his remedy in the civil courts.
The counsel fur the pUiutiff gavo notice of an
appeal to the Commanding General.
Tho counsel f->r tho dofonco was Theodore G.
Barker, Esq., who argued tbe case on aubatan
tially the samo groui.d relied on by the Court in
its decision.
Hot, Hotter, Hottest?Tho comparison ol
this warm adjectivo ?b the chiof grammatical cx
: orcitio tho rising generation hau boon cngagod in
?luring tho past week. And natural, when on
waking up in tho morniug you liud yottrsolf par
boiled ?your sacque de nuit washod, without tho
assistance of tub or bltuichisseimc. yon tit onco get
out of bod, joining tho aforenamed rising genera
tion in complaining of tho heat.
Wo usually have a pleasant sea breeze iu
Charleston, ?luring the day at hast, but during
tho laut few naya tho marina zephyrs havo been
raneo* coy. In tho centro of tho city tho beat baa
been very oppressive, particularly at night, Wo
havo novor soi n bo fow people in King-street in
tho morniug houru, as W?a tho caso about 11
o'clock tho last two or thrco days. Tho place
looked all but deserted. Merchants, book-keep
ers, clerks, porters, etc., all were buaily_engaged
trying to kcop cool?fanning, drtuklrg soda water
and lomonade, catiug ice cream, and looking at
tho thermometer. But relentless Fahrenheit gave
them no cool comfort. They fared better going
to Bedf-oiid's, Eckel's, Jones, Raoul ?t Lyxab'b,
and PiiATT & Wilson Bitos, whose soda water pro
duced tho desired result. Yet, strange to say?
thero has boon no well authenticated caBc of coup
de soleil reported as yet this season; certainly no
death therefrom. In tho North, wo see thero
havo been hundreds from this cause. How is this
difference to be accounted for ? We can think of
only one reason, and that is, that improper indul
gence in strong iced waters exposed the unwary
in tho North to the baneful itiflueuco of the eun's
direct rays, while our people hero aro cither too
temperato or too poor to indulge in anything
stronger than soda water.
"Fugitive Leaves," by A. P. Melcdeiis_We
have received from tho author a copy of a very
modest little ?oUeottoo of poems under tho abovo
namo. There are twtnty pieces in all?varied in
etyle as in subject, and very unequal iu their mer
its. Theee pooma, wo believe, have only been
printed for private circulation, and not having
been published, wo aro not altogether sure that
wo are right ?d notici? g them here; but, having
said this much, wo will givo our readers a speci
men of this new aspirant of the laurel crown.
When a young man writes versos, ten to ono ho
celebrates tho passion of love. Mr. Melcheiis is
no exception to tho rulo, and wo give ouo of bis
amatory lyrics, in which tho discert iog reader
will doubtless discover the future Anacheon, Tom
Moobe, or Wieland :
THE FORSAKEN LOVER.
My heart though mink in sorrrow deep
The wrouga I'll calmly near
Bestowed upon It through my love
For thee, with silent tear.
Another one now has thy heart
The heart that once was mino
The heart I thought so freo from guilt
So free from all repino.
For thee my heart still finds a tind
Thy morn'ry atiuga my rest
Thy lovo from me will ne'or depart
Not from my withered breast.
, Though you will ?purn me I will bear
Untlll some tuturo clay
Wheu you return your love to mo
With kindness I'll repay.
Farewell till then my dearest lovo
Wo onco shall ine?-t again
But then thy heart more faith must prove
Onco more (arcwull, Till then.
-O- *
Pnovosr Couut, July 20.?This was a hot and
tircsomo day in tho Provost Court room. Tho
docket was long and the examination of tho wit-1
nossca tedious.
United State vs. John Watson (colored)?As
sault and Battery aud resisting the Police?The
prisoner in this caso was proved to havo com
mitted a brutal assault on Thomas Jenkins (col
ored), and to have resisted the police when they
arrested him. He was lined $100, aud sentenced
to sixty days' hard labor on tho streets.
By far tho moat important case bofore the Court
to-day was that of tho United States vs. Poinsett
Simmons, Alick Murphy, aud James Richardson
(colored) for vagrancy. It is tho first case that
has beon brought bofore tho Court under the or
der of Qen. R. K. Scott, known as General Order
No. 9, and &s this order affects materially the in
terests of tho whole Stato, the result of this first
effort to enforce it judicially is a matter of some
importance.
The prosecuting witnesses were two gentlemen
from Boston, who are cultivating a farm in Christ
Church Parish, on which the prisoners were ac
cusedof loafing. Major O'Brien, U. 8. A., tho post
commander at _t. Pleasant, appeared as prose
cuting oilicor in tbe case, in which he seemed
to take much personal interest.
The prisoners wero represented by Mr. W. J.
Whippor, a colored attorney from the State of
Michigan, who has been practising in this Court
for some timo past.
Tbe evidence elicited was too voluminous and
too rambling to justify its publication in full, but
the subit?neo of it can be given in a very fow
words.
Tho witnesses produced wero the Boston gen
tlemen before mentioned, a colored foreman or
driver, and several colored laborora from their
farm. Tho two white men testified that Poinsett
Simmons had been coustantly on their placo since
they first took possession ; that tbey had never
I employed him, and thathobadnot, during all that
time, to their knowledge, had any visible means
of support. Of tho two other prisoners they had
(uncharged one on tho 2d inet, and one on the 12th
inst., and that since those dates respectively, tbey
had remained loafing about their farm, without, as
far aB they could see, any visiblo moans of Bup
port, and had carried firearms, and had used
violent and abusive language.
The colored witnesses testified that Poinsott
Simmons made baskets for a living, and that he
had a wife living on that place, anl that the other
prisoners had small crops of thoir own on the
farm.
This evidence was all on the part of tho proae
oution, and the counsel for tho prisoners, think
ing that it did not prove the offence charged,
moved, on that ground, for n dismissal of tho
case. The Court unanimously overruled tho mo
tion, and the counsel for the prisoners then
moved for a continuance of the caso on the ground
that his clients had been arrested suddenly, and
had not had sufficient time to prepare for trial.
Major O'Diuen then stated to the Court that ho
had serious objections to the continuance of tho
crbc; that he belisvod tho colored witnesses al
ready produced had been intimidated by threats
of personal violence, and that bo did not wish
time granted the prisoners to frighten or suborn
other witnesses to onable them to oscapo from
justice.
Tbe counsel for the prisoners then withdrew his
motion, and proceeded with his argument. He
grouped skiirully thoBo points of the evidence
which favored his clients, and claimed that tho
prosecution, by their own sbo whig, had nof estab
lished the charge of vagranoy. He allutlod to tbe
chargo ol subornation of perjury niado against
his clients, and insinuated against him by tho
prosecuting ofllcor, au d said that if ho or they
had committed that oftenco thoy woro liablo to
bo tried by tho Courts, and he challenged iuvesti
tion.
?Major O'Brien, in reply, gave the Court a'cir
CiimsUiitial account of the trouble which ho had
with the nogroM on that farm, and with the pris
oners in purticulir, who had told him to his face
that they would Dot work, and (hat ho could not
make them work, and that there was no power in
the United States that could uiako them work.
Ho denounced tho prianaere as idlo, woithlens
vagabonda, and said there could be no doubt that
they wero vagrants.
The Court Baid that after a careful considera
tion of tho evidence, thoy thought it suflicient to
convict the prisoners of the chargo of vagrancy,
and therefore eeutenced them each to thirty days'
hard labor on the streets.
Frazei Ancrutn (colored), for stealing a watch,
was sentenced to $100 lino and sixty days' hard
labor on the streets.
A discharged negro soldior, who bad been on a
breeze and fall?n among the Philistines, brought
up one of tho Delilahs for stealing his discharge
and $5. As he did not m a ko out his caso Delilah
was discharged.
Seeing is Believing.?If ladies wbodo not use tho
fragrant SOZODONT will comparo teeth with those who
do, they will see In an lns'antni'.ro raaeooa for adopting
It than can be composed luto a newspaper paragraph.
^_ tua2
BUSINESS NOTIGES.
And ion Ralea Tikis Day.
T. M. Cater will sell this doji. in his back store. Stale
street, opposite engine houso, at 10 o'clock, 82 barrels of
UH'HB beof.
Gabriel DeWitt will sell this day, *t tho northwest
corner of Kiu< aud Sprig streets, at lOyi o'olock, jew
elry, safes, t ,baeco, &c.
By referring to the advertising column it will bo
noticed that E. E. Bedford Is still dispensing his cool
and sparkling Soda Waterand tbe celebrated Polar Beer
to the thirsty public It Is no wonder that his fountain
Is bo well {stronized, for tho beverages aro all that tbey
are represented to be, and with a list of twenty differ
ent klndB of HyrupB, one Is sure to gratify their tasto.
The Polar Beer is not only a very agreeable and plea
sant summer drink, but is regarded by all to bo a most
excellent and Invigorating tonic, it being propared en
tirely from roots. When tho thermometer Is up in the
nineties it is a pleasure to know that at E. E. Bed
form's, No. 058 King street, you can get a healthy, re
freshing, and cool drink. If anv ono doubts tho asser
tion, let them stop In and ascertain the truth for them
selv+s. We have yet to hear of any one leaving his
countor dissatisfied. For Dyspeptlo and others a con
stant supply of Klssingeo, Vichy, and Congross Waters
are kept on ico.
Business Notice.?Wo call attention to Mr. John
OoMaiiNB. lie offers one hundred casos of shoes, com
prising summer styles, for ladles, Rents andcbildron, at
retail, lor two months. Fifty cents on each pair will
certainly bo saved by the purchaser, besides getting a
prime shoo for wear.
Call at No. 137 Mceting-strcot, up stairs, noarly oppo
site to Hayne-strcet, sign of tho Big Shoe. tilths!)
"Throw physic to tho dogs, I'll nono of It,
To make assurance doubly cure
1*11 take"?Plantation Bitters,
They never fail.
This gTeat Stomach'c Healer, so long and favorably
known to the American public, is just what tbe propio
need. It is a remedy they can rely on. For Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, Headache, Dizziness, Ague, Liver Com
plainte", Pains in the Sido and Hack, fee., it has no equal;
t ot the least among its virtues is Its extreme pleasant
ness to tho tasto and immediate beneficial effect. Try
it, ye dyspeptics, and be cured 1 tuths3
If he wno causes two dlades of chars to onow
where hut one ooew befohe Is a public benefactor,
then he who plices in tho hands of the public the
means of curing disease is more. Dr. Humphreys has
been over ten years preparing bis Hom opathio
Specifics for the public, aud has elaborated the most
completo, Himplo and successful system over known for
families or individuals. His preparations have sn es
tablished and met ited reputation. Seo advertisement.
Ad. robs Humphreys' Specific Homceopathic Medi
oine Co., No. 561 Broadway, N. Y. 6 July 16
MRS. WINSLOw\
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presents to the attention of Mothers her
Soothing Syrup,
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, bj
softening tho gums, reJucing all inflammations, will
allay at.t. paIN and spasm odio action, and la i
SURE TO REGULATE TBE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers. It will give rest to yourselves
and
Relief and Health to Tour Infant??
We have put up end sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say In coufldeuce and truth of it what w?
have never been able to Bay ol ?- other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SI W?LK INSTANCE TC
EFFECT A ODRE, when timely nsed. Never did w ?
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wbC
nsed It. On the contrary, all are delighted with its ops
rations, and speak la terms of commendation of it?
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in thli
matter "what ws do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDiiK ODR3ELVE8 FUlt THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In abaor
every instance where the Infant is suffering from paii
and exhaustion, relief wlU be found in fifteen or twent?
minutes after the syrup Is administered.
Full directions lor using will accompany caob bottlt
Nona genome unless the lac simile ol ODRTIS <b PEli
KINS, New York. Is on the ontslde wrapper.
Bold by all druggists tnroughont the world.
Pri?e ?niy 39 Ccntta per BottUa.
Tor aale, by
KING & GASSIDET.
"yonderful but True!
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
ABtrologistand Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in
clairvoyant stats, delineates the very features of the per
son yon are to marry, and bv tbe aid of an instrument
of intense power, known as tbe Psychomotrope, guar
antees to produce a perlect and lifu-like picture of the
future husband or wife of the applicant, with date ot
marriage, occupation, leading traits of charactor, ko.
This is no Imposition, aa testimonials without number
can assert By stating place- of birtb, age, disposition,
color of eyes and hair, and enolosing fifty oenta, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
oelvo the picture by return mail, together with desired
Information.
Address in confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. 0. Box W, Wast Troy, N. Y.
May 8 tuths3mo
G--RE.A.T
;ti
AT TIIK
OLDEST ESTIBLISHBD
IN THE CITY !
210 KING-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S.O.
THE SUBSCEIBER 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 HI3
PRICES, which will accomplish
the desired object, regardless of
cost.
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
prices.
FROCKS AND SACKS.
Former Present
Prices. Prices.
FINE BLACK OLOXH FULL DRE88
FROCK COATS.$38 $32
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
"FROCK COAT8. 35 30
FINE DLAOK CLOTH FULL DRESS
SACKS. 20 18
FINE BLAOK CLOTH HALF LINED
BAOK8. 14 11
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED BACKS. 32 28
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED 8ACK8. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH CASS. FULL LINED
8A0K8. 20 22
FINE FRENOH MOUNTAIN DEW CASS.
SKELETON SACK. 24 20
HARRIS GREY CABS. SKELETON
SACK. 21 18
OHIVROIT OA8S. SKELETON SACK.. 20 15
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON 8A0K. 22 18
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED CASS. SACK.?. 1* 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK_t. 0 6
WHITE LIKEN DUCK SACK8. .$11, $7, $6, $10, 0, 5
COLORED ALPACA SACKS. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWEED SACK... 0 6
BROWN LIMEN DUCK SACK. 0 5
BROWN LINEN DUOK SACK. 6 4
BROWN LINEN 8?rT8, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLACK SILK ALPACA 8AOK. 8 B0 7.60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA SACK. 7 S
BLACK ALPACA SACK. 5 4
PANTS.
Former Presen
Prices. Prictt.
BLAOK FRENCH DOE CASS. PANTS.. $16 13
BLACK FRENOH DOE CASS. PANTS.. 18 11
BLAOK FRENCH DOEOA8S. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENOH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 16 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED GA98. PANTS.. 16 12
FRENOS 8ILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 18 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 18 10
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH CASS.
PANTS. 14 11
CHIVIIOIT CASS. PANTS. 12 10
STRICTLY ENGLISH CASS. PANTS... 15 12
LIGHT COLORED CASS. PANT8. 7 6
HAIR-LINED OAS3. PANTS. 9 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED CASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FRENOH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 0
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 . 6
BLACK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 5 4.50
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 6.60 4.50
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 3 1.?0
VEST?.
BLA^K CLOTH VESTS (SILK BACK).. 11 0.80
BLACK SATIN VK8T8. 7 8.60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 0.60 4.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. T 6.50
COLORED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH CASS.
VESTS. 8 6
SILK MIXED FRENOH CASS. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S CLOTH VESTS. 5.60 4.?0
nAIR-LINED OA88. VESlS. 6.60 4.S0
BROWN LINEN DUTKVfafsTS. 8.60 3
BROWN LINEN DRILL VEST8. 2.60 2
A'HITE MARSEILLES VESTG.$7 and 0 $? 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 corretpondlDg Low Price?.
' SST Tho Price is plainly marked on eaoh article.
Capt. B. W. MoTureous,
AS USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEA8URE IN
accommodating his friends, and the pnb'lo in genera),
AT THIS PLACE, who are reepectlnUy Invited to call.
M. MATTIIIM, iCBHT,
No. 219* King-street,
CHARLESTON, B- O.
July 11 lmo
?
AUCTION SALES.
PosUtoe Sale if .12 Barrets Hess ?krf, on accoun I
of /'<n kern.
nv T. ??I. O ?TBK,
Will he told, THIS DAY*, at lu p'floek, In my hack
Store, In Hfato stre? t, i? penile In, j* ?. |i??iirV.
Hi turr?la M?-??? Reef, on account ??t It? kers; Beef
onildi ?Oil in k< oil order.
Comlliiotin cuati. July _
./cire'rif, Safe,*, 'I. > nit fit, ?tv
in (. ?nun i. iiiivi'iT.
Will be ?old, Tins DAV, 2lf?t Insum?, at northwest rnt*
niTof KiriK nuil H*rl g*"ei?ls, < liiiif-pnnt 10 A M.,
A lot of CHEWING ?till SMuKINi. T? UACCO; 1 H. w
li?0 Mar-bine; 2 Wa?ln?taiidt>i 1 Round Tabli? a wiro
H.r?H; 1 Watch, a ?loiilil?- tlmelerper; a lot of .It-weiry,
Shoo- Key Ring* Reim. siiir'B. k . A.c. July 21
I'fisittOtt Sale of Fine Ao'.?*' in Aihttt.
IIY It. ,11. I?l All M> \ I. t..
On MONDAY, 2:1.1 IB?!., at 11 oVli ck. will bo eolit heforo
my Sales Room, No. :i:i Droad-striet, without re?
BtTVP,
TWO LOTS IN THE TOW V OF A1KEN?eald lote He
in thocquuro formed l>y tho following streets, viz: Ab
lievilie, Kiige field, Feuilleton, and 1 mirens. aro d?sig
n?t? it Nos. il Bud 12, ai d imamic luth 60 l?y 160 feet.
Condif tous caeh. l'iirclinn'r to pay mo fi>r papers.
July 21_
Elegant Furniture.
BY n. ii. ha ii-iiAi.i,.
On MONDAY, 2 d ins?., at 11 o'ch ck, will ho sold,at my
pales ro? in. No. ?8 ilroail Mro?t,
1 Tory hatidsouio Parlor sot of ItllsfcWOOD FORNI
TUBfi, covered with Silk Brocatel (braid).
C0NHIH1INO of:
4 ARM CHAIRS, 1 Teto-r-Tott?, and 2 Chaira.
ALSO,
IOE HOUSE, Mirror?, Biiicnu, Wiro Safo, and oilier
articles. July 21
BY U. .11. HAK8HA__.
On MOND*?Y. ?M instant, at II o'clock, will bo sold
boforo my sain- room, No. ;l:t Bruad-s-trcct,
Ono THOROUGII-IIRKD MAKE, w.rruulcd sonnd.
r-ho draws well any ?here, ana is ?jood under tho sad
dle^ July 21_
1U1L.I.IGAN. MKLUIKHS & CO.
Will soil on MONDAY, 2:id In?'., at. tho Wharf, foot of
Venduo Rauge, at ha l"-pant 10 o'clock,
I YaWL boat, 2l bet loo?. C feet beam, wllh mast,
fail, oars, rudrlor, Ac, 1? completo order. July 21
TbbacOO ! Tohac.cn !
BY I.HItKV ? rti KXtMlKI),
On TUESDAY, 24th Instant, will ho ioW In our store.
>o. 1ST East Bay, opposlto Nurth Atlantic Wharf,'at
10 o'clock,
20 liOXei TOBACCO, Sweet, Ill's, "Ohnmpinu"
17 boxes Tobacco, Swcot, 10*8, "(Jem of tho Old Do
minion."
I Conditions cash. July 21
! Merchants' Hotel, with its entire Stock of Furniture
and Fir lures.
WM. CTJR-.KY, Audoneer.
I will roll, at Public Auction, on the promit?*, on
Til UK-.IMY. (ho 2d ol AuguBt, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
under foreclosure of inor'gsge.
The TWO YEARS UNkXPIRED LEASE, and tho en
tiro St' ck ol Furniture and Hxmres, together n-iili the
Good Will and Licenses of the MEItOHANTa' HOTEL,
situated at the corner of King and Society streets,
Charleston, S- 0.
Tbia Hotel Is now in full operation, contains about 76
rooms, and bas CO boarders; can bo seen at all hours
during the day by making application at tho office.
Terms cash._July 21
PRIVATE SALES.
Spacious Building Lot on Meeting-street.
BY XV. Y. ?BITCH,
Broker and Auctioneer.
At Pr?vale Sale?
That very desirable and riegan t LOT in Mooting street,
situate between tho Mills Houso and Charleston Hotel;
containing front on Moot?nt?-street 100 lcot, and in depth
300 font.
This lot Is situated In tho most desirable part of the
city, aud its largo front will bo found a?) van niveous for
tho erection of ft row of wholesaln stores, wbllsi the
depth conld be used for other advantageous purposes.
Terme accommodating.
Fot* furthorpartlculara, apply as above, at
July 19 UistiiO No 25 BROAD-STREET.
Butledqe A venue.
BY W. Y. __ITCII.
At Private Bale?
That elegant and very doslrablo RESIDENCE situated
at tho corner of Rutlodgo Avenue aud Doughty street.
The House contains seven rooms with pantry and
gas fixtures complete. On the premises are kitchen,
stable, carriage houso and cistern. The Residence, to
the east and south sides, is Burroundod with over
greens, sud the projected Ony Railway will pass im
mediately in the f rout of it rendering it one of the moat
desirable residences In the city.
For farther particulars, li.qulre aa above, at
July 17 tuthrS No. 25 BHOAD-STREET.
DRUG STORE.
E. H. KELLERS 8s CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DBUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOUR NURTH OF MARKET,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on band a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS, BBCSBES. PER?
FUMERY and FAN0Y GOODS, and are prepared to
Bupply physicians and private families at cheapest mar
ket rates.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. P.
July 13_
FIRE, MARINE
AMD
LIFE MURME AGENCY.
TUPPER & LANE,
IN PLANTERS' <? MECHANICS' BANK BUILDING.
No. 133 East Bay-street,
REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
COMPvNIES of tbe highest rceporisliiility. with Cash
Capitals of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
EACH,
AGOREOUTE, SUI.O?O.OOO.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
PH NIX INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN IN8URAN0E CO., OF NEW YORK?
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE 00., OF NEW YORK
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS BE NIC FIT LI FBI
IN8URANCRCO., OF N-W YORK.
SOUTHERN ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, O?
VIRGINIA.
FIRE, MARINE and LIFE RISKS taken as low as any
reliablo Company, and Losaos promptly paid at this
Agency.
A. A. LANE.SAM'L Y. TOPPER.
June 20 tu'ln?2tnoa
Well to-day, 8ic_ to-morrow.
Such is tbe experience of thousands. Few enjoy con?
tlnuous health. To what does tho occasional Ivalld at?
tribute bis uncertain coudition? Not to himself, of
course. He laye tho blame, on tbe climate, perhaps. It
Is too hot, or too cold, or too dame, or too dry, or too
variable. But does bo take the proper course to fortify
his constitution and bodily organ-? agalnut tue extremes
?ud cbangoa of which ho complains? No. Ho says,
perhaps, that only an iron man could boar such great
heat, or auch violent cold, or auoh sudden vlclonltudes.
Why then d es he not resort to tho groat Tonlo and
Preventive, which, if It will not nuke him an Iron man,
will at least quadr pie tho capacity of his nystem to re
pel al external agencies that tond to produce disease?
nOSTETTER'8 CELEBRATED STOMACH BHTER8,
taken faithfully according to tho directions, will so
it engthen tho stomach, brace the n?rvea tone the
liver, ?nd regulate and Invigorate the whole animal ma
chinery, that tbe syatero. Instead of being at tbe mercy
of the weather, and liable to bo proatrated by every
change of temperature, will become caae-hardened, as
It were, and almost impervious to climatic Influences. It
in to this preventivo principle that IIo?jtktiku'b Bir
iKBj? owe their great popularity ?n the West Indies.
British America and Australia. 6 July 10

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