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The Dai] y _STews.
WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25. 186*3,
tARUEST CIUl'.ll i,a hon IM TUE STATE.
LAHMEST CIRCULATION l?i THE CITO.
?THE LIST OP' I1KTTKR8 re
miiliiiufic In the Postniflos nt t_e entl
of siioh wocl? la i>iil>liHho<l officinlly
1_'THK DAU.Y E*?_VW8 every Jb^ri
Lu?-Ai. mIk' F F B H s.
*tr 3SS 8ROON0 AlVU THIRD PAOF.&. "??
We abe under obligation! to Captain Rfed and
Ptirsor Wilson, of the steamship John Gibson,
tor lato Baltimore papers.
Frank Leslie's f? n ArorsT_We arc indobtcd
to MessrB. M. M. Quinn ? BnoTUEii for an advanco
copy of this valnablo monthly. It containa the
usual valuable assortment of fashions and infor
mation, and ia rondored particularly interesting
to married ladies by a ti?sue paper pattern of tbo
Bailor's Horn pipo suit for boys. That is tbo latest
Madamoirelle Favier boa oponed au Ico Groara
Gardon at No. 102 St. Philip street.
Tue ?iiEHiiiiMETEB, hanging in the editorial
sanctum of tbo CnAnr.BSTON Daily News, was at
95 degrees at noon, and 92 at 7 o'clock in tbc
evening of yesterday.
The German Friendly Society.?We would
call tbo attention of tbo members of this Society
to tho advertisement of an important mooting to
bo held this evening.
Custom House. ?Tbo gentlemon wbo formerly
hold tbo positions of Appraisers in tbis establish
ment, bat trim wore unable to tako the oath, vaca
ted tboir offices on Monday last, and tho late ap
pointees took posseeion.
The following are tho numbers which drew
the principal prizes in tbe Havana Flan Kentucky
Stato Lottery, Ciess E, July 16, I860 : No. 1C498,
$100,000; No. 9040, ?50,000; No. 27353, $25,000; No.
477, $10,000; No. 29704, $5000; No. 23122, $2850.
Delegates to the Columbia Convention_In
the list published in our paper yosterday morn
ing of tho delegates to Columbia two errors oc
curred. Tho name of W. J. Gayer w^8 printed
"W. J. Clair;" and tbe name o* Ool. Zimmerman
Davis was given as one of thoso selected bj tbe
Committee of which he was Chairman, whereas
he was substituted by an s.otual vote of the meet
ing for ono of tbo nominees who did not meet
with their approbation,
GENEnouB Teniv_b.? Wo bave reoeivod a lengthy
advertisement^ togeth-r with a circular, from the
"Union National Gift ?Concert," a hind of lottery
proposed, to bo drawn iu Chicago, in which the
libera^ offer is mado to us, that if we will publish
the,Scheme in our paper until the 30th day of
. ?uguBt next, the proprietors will pay in tickets.
The ill luck which has always attended us, con
1 strains us to refuse this very munificent proffer,
as we firmly believe that if tbe kind and open
hearted managers of thin brilliant lottery were to
present us with all tho tickets which havo been
printed for it, wo couldn't draw a prize.
At an oxtra m? eting of the Stonewall Fire Engine
Company, held 23d inst., at the Eagle Hall, tbe
Company was reorganized, and the following offi
cers elocted :
THAD. O. JOWTTT, Senior Captain.
3. l*. HKK CIEItS. Junior Captain.
L. Hilt- it fKHSl'''-:. 1st Lieutenant.
J. H. a1IL_k.lt, 2d 1 ioiut-niint.
W. U. AHMfVTHuNG, 8d Lieutenant.
. l'\ A. BMI 1 H, 4th Llouteuttut.
'' O.A. AIM Ali, Treasurer.
Ou*r_Afl_ on an Old Gentleman.?Yesterday
iitornoon, at tho corner of Spring and Coming
4 streets, two negroes stopped an old gentleman
and asked him the time of day. He took out his
watch to comply with their request, when they
snatched it from him and ran off with it. Tho
watch has not yet been reo ?vered, and our road
ers will please notice tho advertisement of tbe
owner in another column. Every one should use
their beet endeavors to arrost these villains, and
thus help to put a stop to such transactions.
MoTiLATEO Currency.?Wtilo editors of news
papers are always hanpy at receiving remittances,
their joy is particularly increased when they pcr
ceivo that tho bills enclosed to thom are passable,
and can bo circulated among those who dispense
eatables, or wearablos, or other necessaries which
it may bo supposed a human being might stand in
noedof, and which proprietors of papers aro gen
erally fond of purchasing. But while it givet
thom delight to take from an envelope such baul
hills as are agrooable for an editor to handle, mil.
he must bo allowed to growl when, on moro thar
one occasion in a day. bo opens letters from sub
Bcribcrs and advertisers, containing money so niu
tilated that bo has to soil it to a broker at a dis
count, or go to tbe extra trouble of Bonding bacl
tho amount to the payer. For some time past wt
have, unfortunately, been a receptacle for bat
hills coming Troro all parta of tbe country, and ii
our good nature havo been disposing of them t<
a broker at a serious bus of monoy and a wasti
Of time, and as tho matter is now getting to tlm
stage, familiarly spoken of as "running it into th
ground," wo would gently intitnato that heroafte
WO shall re-mail all euch currouoy sent to us, witl
a mild request to our correBpondontB that they wil
in future rot ?in their torn bills for their own use
and sond us tho good ones.
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Mayor's Court, July 24?Iho dookefc was toi
erably well filiad with oases of colored person?.
which were sent as required to tho Provost Courl
but was light in reference to "so-called" whit
A private watchman, feeling tho dignity of hi
position, was very rudo to ono of tbo homblo pt
lieo, and from intimations of blows and kicks, t
be bestowed upou the latter'? nerano, at last g<
to opon throats of pistols and miking holes i
bodies, and being brought before hiu Honor wa
sent to a Mngi.ii 1 au?, where bo will be bound ove
to keep the poseo, and compelled to baniBh a
ideas of gun practice tor the present.
An individual who was running his hort
against tbe ciiy, on Monday last, in ono of tli
atreota in the Uppor Wards, lost tbe raoe, bt
handsomely oame up yesterday morning and di
posited the amount of tbe stake, $3, with tbe o
floor authorised to receive it, who immediate!
put It to the ?redit of the winner.
Pbovost Cotjbt, Jnly 24.?The priBonere' dook
wae crowded to-day with iuod, women and chil
dren, and tbo heat of tho room wat* opprCBxivo.
Not witbst anding the amount of criminal business
boforo the Court, tho Judges procoetled with such
dispatch that tho docket woa cleared by twolvo
Tbo firet caeo that attraetod our attention was
that of tho United BttUtM u.*>. Sim Wilson, for
tho assault ami battery oF Sum. Washing
ton. Washington appeared as pro-uicutor, aud
what with his lialf-ilnaiil eye?*?, peculiarly thick
lips, and pictures.)no costume, was coriaiuly
a qtii-sieal youth. It tipp-arod that Washing
tuu had a litt lo Iri-li protejo in tho Market,
whom Wilson hlruek ou tbo lege with a
stick. Tho little boy bavin'' no otlior protector,
Washington t-oizorl hold off Wi'sou and throw him
down and hold him until tbo polico c uno up, and
ho hail him arrested, ?Vleautini ?, whilo bo was
holding Wilson down, that individual did not
submit without resistance, hut pummollod him
vigorously?for this pummelling ho brought tho
charge Tbo Court ordered Washington into the
dock beeide Wilson, and Bontencod tbom both to
pay a lino of $5, or bo kept at hard labor on the
streets for six days.
James Lacey, a burly, good lookiug negro man,
with a largo motialacho, was brought up for an
assault aud battery on his stop-daughter, Emma
Burroughs. Emma testified that sho and tho
prisoner had been on the best terms until this
oconrronco, and thought ft great doal of each
other, but that on this occasion her ma ut urteil to
church, and tho prisonor did not w nit hoi* to go,
and camo after her in a groat passion, and sho,
thinking ho was going to Btriko her ma, told him
not to do so, and ho told her to mind her own
bnsinoas, and kicked her on'the pavement.
Tho Court being anxious to know tho extent of
tho injury done, asked her where tho prisoner
kicked h**r, but sho seemed confusod by tho ques
tion, and declined to tell, saying that sho was
very little hurt. Tho Court admonished tho pris
oner to be careful in futuro bow ho controlled his
etepchildron, aud sentenced him to pay a linn of
$3, or bo put at hard labor on the stroots for five
Wm. Moyors, a little nef*ro boy, about 8 yoars
old, was brought up for stealing a razor from a
man who had employed him to clean fish, and
who had givon bun a dinner. Being convictod of
tho double crimo of ?heft and ingratitude, ho was
seat to tho Frcedmeu's Bureau to be taught better
A mulatto man and a black WOBlftU. who had
beon sleeping in tho market, wero charged $2 for
their accommodations, and eontencod in default
of payment to three days' hard labor on the
A negro man, who had beon for a long time
pant tho porter in a largo establishment on Meet
ing street, and had enjoyed tho respect and con
fidence of his employers to an unusual dogroe,was
up for stealing goods to the amount of $5. He
acknowledged that ho had sold tho goods, but
Baid that tho man he sold them to promised to
pay him in a few days, and then he intended to
report the sale to his employers and hand over
tho money. Ho appeared to bo very much dis
tressed at tho position he occupied, and still more
so when ho was sentenced to pay a fino of $15, or
bo imprisoned at hard labor for sixty day a. It is
to be hoped tnat ho was able to pay his fine, and
will tako this as a warning to bo more careful in
his transactions in future.
A whito man, who acknowledgod that be had
been drunk, and bad dono wrong, and who was
provon to hftvo given an old negro man an uu
merciful beating without oauso, was sentenced to
pay a fino of $60, or be confined at hard labor for
Mary E. Small, a dirty colored girl, was brought
up for Committing an assault and battery on Caro
Caroline, who is a rather good looking, dark
brown girl, appeared as the first witness, and was
very lofty and disdainful in her style. She enter
ed Court as cloaely covered as the veiled prophet
of Khorassan.buton taking the oatb raised her
veil and displayed a face which, though conceited,
! tras not hideous. Sho testified to tbo prisoner
I brickbating her bouse and striking ber on the
bead, besides abasing her, and behaving other
wise in a very outrageous manner, and that the
blow gave her a headache from which she was
still suffering. Next Carolina's sister confirmed
this statement, and then tbeir Aurd. Elizabeth
Lo-vudes, another Mokanna, and this timo Buffi *
ciently ugly to bear out the simile. She said thai
the prisoner bad struck her a? well as tbe witness,
and had been abusing ber all the morning, bul
that she thought too much of herseli to return
tho abuse. Henrietta Oakes, the mother of the
prisoner, testified to her daughter having boer.
very much provoked previous to the assault, anc
to witness going about in such a manner as show
ed that they could not bo sick. Guilty. $10 oi
twenty days hard labor.
1 A baker's boy (colored) was np for stabbing i
woman. It Beems bo was on his morning rounds
calling "Fresh Bread 1" when boidh littlo negroes
' who had been fed rather high of late, expresset
their disgust for "fresh bread" in no vory poiiti
1 phrase. The baker's boy and a little negro fel
low, who was one of thine who bad boon eatin?
too much bread, drew their knives on each other
A colored woman, who interfered to stop the dis
' turbauce, was dangerously out by tho baker's bo;
? in his efforts to Strike tho high-fed juvenile Ethi
j The prisoner was sontoncod to $20 or sixty dayt
-, hard labor on tbo streets; aud told if ho ha 1 heei
t a man be would have been turned over to th
u Militarv Commission for soverer punishment.
r Elizabeth Small (colored), by hor own eonfe?
a sion, was shown to bave assaub ed anot ber coloro
woman and tore her droi-s. Sho justified lierai!
, by saying that tbe other woman Btole money, an
was impudent. The Court did not seo it iu thon
lumps, and fined the prisoner $5, and ordered bei
* in caso of default, to be put at hard labor for to
e The AnnnsTA Hotel.?-From noticos wbiob w
have bad the pleasuro of roading, as Well as froi
a praises that we have heard from dos of tr a vollen
i- we should Bay that this was among the he?t hut?-;
o in the rtontbern country. Mr. W. A. Wuiour, lal
it of tbe American Hotel in Richmond, has now tli
o charge of this well known first-oUss house, an
a keeps it just as suob an establishment should I
ir kopt?with an onorgy, a thou^htrulues? ami
11 kindness to boarders that will always mako
popular. We commend this hotel to all of oi
e oitieou? who may design visiting our sister oit;
c aud tniiik we can assure them of receiving all tt
it oomf/rt? ftnd all the attentions that ?good bout
i- and an obliging host oan offer.
f" Mr. Litt ell, of "LUtoU's Living Atre," annonnoe
'7 his i etii ?na. nt from th ?t pono Ho?I, he having a
taiuu? the ago of eighty-nine year?.
Mr. Jeffers' Resolution at tue Public
Meetino.?Owing to the latenoss of the hour and
tho great hurry in which wo had to writo out our
notes of tho meeting on Monday night, wo trans
posed tbe resolution of H. L. Jr.FFKits, Esq., in an
unfortunato and moaningless manner. This,
however, wo can now scarcely rogrot, as it gives
Us an opportunity to publish bis common aenso
and well-timed spooch in full. Too following is a
correct version of bis remarks and tho resolu
Mr. Chairman i?I riso, "sir, not for the parpo*?? of
making s h, i???.-u lui?, sir, t i?r?-H? nt .1 res ?luti n whl? h
I loci asaosad will meo'. -.v 11 * a Banat benny re?p ?uso
from fvi-iy gentliiiiiin lu tliin Iiixiho It la 'in?, air,
tbilt minio of the <l??l g ?t ? appoitit??! to tbo (Jon vein 1011
Li meet In Outambta in??, look up??? tkll u> iliHtruetlng
the u, but, i-ir, 1 ??laolniin ml ide.i of piuh iuu>iitl?>n. 1
tiolil Mr, Unit, u? tbe National Union Convention, which
1-? tu me? t lu 1I1II11 le'ptilii on fu? Mtfi August next, ?i I
luivo fur id eiiii.-.nl-r.itliiii qua*ti"iis of the iu??st vlml
ltiipnrla h <?. uit ?oily to tilia Ht ?le, but to i'vory Nt.it??
mu? Ki-ctimi of thc?e* Unit-. <l H?utos, tb?rcf >ro It is emi
nently i? opor that we huv- true and trlcil mou to ropre
Ri'iit us. And I tin 11. t doubt, sir. liut hat tbo g??utle
111.11 mi.mil In thin resolution will roeelvo such nn
endo'Hcuit'Ut frmu ovt-ry voter in this lintiso. I also
believe, air, that It is not only the ri^ht but <hc duty of
ever?' man ho u to usako known his wishes as to who
?bull repr?'K??iit liim.
I 1n.1t not ?peak to you, follow-cltlzons. of tho Im
portunen of this Convention. It ling been fully d.-lluo I
in tlin preamble sud r?siliations jin-t adopted; as sluo
ant forth for your ronnideratton by iho (?eutleinaii who
la-?t addressed you. Its luiportauco-has also been pre
sent' d to il??? citizens ?f suiitli Carolina, through tbo
iiiMr ss of our tllHtiiigoisbrd Chief Magistrate, Oov.
Or , who rc'oiiiini'ii.lH the convention of delogati?s to
m- et in t'oniinbiii, tor ilio purpose of appointing dele
Kates to tho National Union <Ionventlon, to bo hold in
Philadelphia. Now, cir, believing, as I do, that every
clu'i'.Mii! who doRlres t.i moot tbo wlahos of his constit
uents, a-e not only willing, but would pref-r, to know
tticlr viows m to who should represent them. I inko
tho liberty te present the fol owiig resolution for tho
conHido. uli.m of this nicuting; uni, allow too fiirtfaer to
Huv, sir, that I have not consulted cither gentleman
Hut.hir.iiH thoy havo long served tholrconntry.and havo
ma lo ninny sacrifices of t?. Ir owu will und comfort,
I feel aeHiired thot, if called upon In thin the tluio whou
their B.-r? ice-, aro uo??d?-d. th??y wl 1 uot ho ouud want
ing. 1 thcreiorr respectfully present to you tho lollow
Resolved, That it Is tho boiifc of this mroMng that tho
lion. Wiu. Alkuu and the Hon J. It rsmpb ll are suit
ot?lo gontlcmcn to nrflrtMM 'his Congressional Dis
trict, and tho U u. W, D. Porter ?ui'i of tint Iteprcsenta
tlv- s ot the State at larg?? in th?i National Union Conven
tion, to ho huid In Plilla'ielphia on ttio 14th August
nest; and that their spp ?intmont b. tho State Conven
tion, to m- et In Cnlun bin, wil? meet the cordiul appro
bation of the citizens of Charleston.
Barnwell C. H.?At a meoting held at this
place, on Monday last, tho following gentlemen
were appointed to attend tbo Convention, which
meets at Columbia on tho first of August uext : B.
H. Brown, Jounson Haqood, J. J. Biubham, E. J.
O. Wooi>, and Alfred Aldricu.
Auction Salea This Day.
LaBREY & Alk kam) ru will sell this day, at No. 8
South Day Btttery, at 10 o'cloc?, the furniture 0/ ssld
house, consisting of fino sofas, chain?, bureaus, bed
steads, carpets, Ac. ; also, a frame for an ico cream gar
den, with tables and benches, and oth r articles.
Mir.i.ioAN, MELCHEns h Co will sell this day, at their
store. No. 20 Venduo Range, at 10 o'clock, cases of
claret, port, champagne, and othor importod nines;
also, some fine old Bourbon whiskey.
BIoKay k Oami'iikll, will sell tbis day, at their store,
Hat el- street, nost to Poatofh\:e, at 10 o'clock, tho ba'
anee of stock of a retail dry goods store; also madder
prints and a young work mulo.
iMPonTKD Wines.?Wo Invite attention to the large
sale of imported wines which will bo dispose i of this
day at 10 o'clock, by Millkjan, MELOHEns _ Co., at
No. 20 Venduo Range. As th?s is a selection of superior
quality, H should demand a visit from connoisseurs.
Panknin'h Hf.patio Bitters.? In the Materia Medica
of the South the.ro has long bceu a desideratum wbicb
some of our most distinguished pharmaceutists havo
vainly endeavored to supply. Cures for fever and ague,
spleen, jaundice and other diseases of tho liver there
wore In abundance, but an infallible prophylactic waa
needed which should havo th? power of keeping tbat
vital organ secure in Its normal condition of healthful
activity. Tbe question of tho proper composition of
such a medicine has long puzzled physicians a . d drug.
glflts alike, hut at last tho problem has been solved, and
the discovery of tbe Hepatic Bitters has added the
crowning glory to the alruily well known name ol
Par en ut.
A *?U__LE reputation la rarely made in a day ; but
HtrMTHaEYH' Ho?csoPATHio SPEorFics, having botn fot
ten years btforo tho pub lc, and tried by thou Bands In
every part of the country, and in evory form of* disease,
havo won f >r themselves a name and r ?putation rarelj
acquired. They aro used by the most intelligent and
appreciative In every community, and praised by all foi
their simplicity and efficience in curing disoase.
Humphbeyb' Specific Homciiopathio Medicine Co.
6 No. 6H2 Broadway Now York.
I Point on which all Physicians Agree
Out of ton thousand regular phyalolanB you canno
find ono who will not say that ii?muian?.i and t'iwtyoranf
are absolutely necessary in medical practice. And ye
in bygone years humano practitioners li.vo hesitated t>
administer them, because tho fiendish ingenuity c
wr? tches who make merchandise of human lnflrmltle
had so p. lluted and deteriorated them that the rem -d;
was deemed as dangerous as the disease. This poi
plextty is happily done away with. Physicians know
bocauBo tbe Qrat ana'ytlcal chemists of tbe age nav
demonstrated tho fact, tbat HOSTETTKU'8 (JKl.t
BRATED S?ilMiCH BITTERS aro absolutely and ei
ttroly free from all perjiiclons element-?. Hence the
have been introduced Into the United States Army, an
are accepted, whereon tho testimony of the wise, th
lntell gent and tho philanthropie is rated at Ub jui
vaine, as the best protective against and cure for a
dlsssses arising from impurity in tbe air or other ui
healthy clima?? Influences, that has over been tested b
exp?rience In cuses of Dyspepsia and Liver Complain
we atate without qualification or reservation, that tl
Bitters are as nearly lnfaliiblo as anything prepared t
human skill can be. 0 July 23
SATIN PAPERS REDUCED PROM 60 OBNT8 TO 4
can s. Other Papon? radatvd from 40 cents to 3
cents. Other UOOD8 reducod In proportion.
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NO. 279 KiNtf SI REET (UP STAIRS).
July 21 3
FOR S ILE.
1 ?O> SHARKS HOME I/UN AND BUILDING A
l\J HOUIAITOM BlOiK.
Apply at this offle?._Jnlv 18
To Mercluuts, Tradesmen & Other
PELOT _e SH_3_II,_3S_3_3,
Adj asters of Baoks au i ?oooantf
WILL ATTRND TO OPBNI?iO. WRIT1NO U
Adjusting and Balanc?n* Bo->ka Will alao ei
gaga to ouuduot books, m ?ko out aooiuots, to,, oy tl
mo th or y?-?r, on reaao able term?.
Bookkeeper? aa?ia??-d at tb<*lr piaoea of business.
Offloe at their OommerolalSohoo? ttoom.
11 _onio hall.
Corner of Wantworth and King aueeta.
?"uno 97 Imc
IN THE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
pnbic 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
PROCES AND SACKS.
PINE BLACK OLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS.$36 $82
FINE BLAOK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS. 35 30
FINE BLACK OLOTH FULL DRES8
8A0K3. 00 18
FINE BLACK OLOTH HALF LINED
8ACK8. H U
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED BILK
LINED SACKS.m. 82 28
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH OASS. FULL LINED
BACKS. 20 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW OA8S.
SKELETON 8ACK. 24 20
HARRIS GREY OAHS. SKELETON
BACK. 21 18
OHIVROIT CA8S. SKELETON 8ACK.. 20 15
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON SACK. 22 18
DARK (.RET AND DROWN HA IH LIN
ED CARS. SACK. 14 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK.... 0 6
WHITE LINEN DUCK 8ACK8..$11, $7, $0, $10, 6,6
COLORED ALPACA SACKS. 8 7
BROWN AND OBEY TWEED 8AOK... G 6
BROWN LINEN DUOK 8AOK. 6 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 6 4
BROWN LINEN B?TTB, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLAOK HILK ALPACA 8AOK. 8 60 7.60
BLACK 8ILK ALPACA BACK. 7 * 6
BLAOK ALPACA SACK. 6 4
BLAOK FRENCH DOE 0A83. PANT8. .$16 13
BLAOK FRENO H DOE O A8S. PANTS.. 18 11
BLAOK FRENOH DOEOA88. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENCH SIX.K MIXED OA8S. PANTS.. 16 13
FRENCH 8ILK MIXED OAt-,8. PANTS.. 16 12
FRENOH 8ILK MIXED CAS8. PANTS.. IS 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANT8. 18 10
LIGHT COLORED FRENOH OASS.
PANTS. 14 11
OHIVbUlT OASS. PANTS. 12 10
STRICTLY ENGLISH 0A88. PANTS... 16 12
LIGHT OULORED OA88. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED OA83. PANT8. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED OA88. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FRENOH JOINER OLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.6(
COLORED GA8B. PANT**. 6.60 4 61
COLOBED CA88. PANT8. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.61
~V E ST S.
BLACK OLOTH VERTS (SILK BAOK).. 11 9.61
BLACK HA TIN VESTS. 7 t?
BLACK 8ILK ALPACA VESTS. 6.60 LSI
COLORED SILK VK8T8. 7 6-fll
COLORED SILK VE8I8. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OASS.
VE8T8. 8 6
8ILK MIXED FRENOH OA88. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 6 60 4 ft
HAIR-LINED OASS. VEBiS. * ?* Ml
BKOWN LINEN DU(KVfcbT8. 8.60 8
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.60 2
WHITE MARSEILLES VE8TG. $7 and 6 $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS MADI
Together with a Large Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, Ac,
Which will bo Bold at corresponding Low Price*.,
jjQT The Prioe la plainly marked on each article.
Capt. B. W. MoTureous,
AS USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE If
accommodating bit (rienda, and the pub" Ic In general
AT THIS PLACE, who are retpcctfally Invited to call,
WJI. MATTttlllM, AGENT
No. 210 King-street,
OHABLB8XON, 8. O.
Prints on account of till cnccrned.
McliJlY at UAMI*tt? I.I.
Hasel Sir?- t, next I'tts n/Ilcc,
Will h. II THIS I'AY ut III it*** oik,
- picos PU PLK M ?1)1) rit Ht I NTS.
Paiaatiil on vuyago to ibis pert
Ctiti'iiitiiiH a?? . July 26
) iiltltU Mnlf,
mckay ?<?. c?ait*nBi.t.,
Hu-. I St i < ? ?.. next ?siullirc.
Will Mil I J.ls D.,Y, ai III o'clock,
1 Large >r?uiig MULE.
Coudl loim curh. July 25
Btttamm ?f Hutnii Dru tin,,, s store.
iliKAl ?V AMPUKtala
Uns. I St ?><-., iii-x. I?,i ,i i./lico.
Will (-ell'im liAV. nt 0 ui-lo k,
MOD'ININu anil coi.Din 1) IMII-L.N??!, Colored
Caiiihrli-a KuiMickv JemiH. Ur wu Shilling. Hickory
Shin-, Wliltn ati.i I*\?ucy L. I> Klilri?. Mir-ppiidors.
Ni'ckllpa, ni.|upt|i(-ii arm L. C. H?'l?, Muslin. Milk and
French licrd llk'f-, O lt. Can brio and Itmt ilion HI k
Pot-kit Iiiutiili icnlcfa, itrown i? .1 atiltnl Half Horo,
Ulove?, Shirt Front?. Fancy s >i?|.H. Buf?os*. Letter Pa
per, Lookini* G *.ho?'h. l'unis ami Ov.thIIh. Undershirt?,
BroWD Jeuu Drawer?. Hut?.. Htm? i lir?al. Tooth Uriieh
va, Jewelry, J-luo Cutlery. Lead l'ciicil*), Aie., &c.
J?3 boxos A.-SOltTKD HUCIIiS.
Conditions cash. July 26 '
Large Sale of In.poritd Wins?,
BY nil i.l.I la's fllBl.C?i*rClia> ?v to.
THId I)AV, 26th institut nt our More, No. 20 Vondno
Raupe, at liali-piini lo o'clock, will bo ?old.
70 cases Hi. JUI.IKN Ml'.l-utl
30 cases So gm.urut Kn-r.K Uordoaux
Iu cases Ht Julian ?or eaux
m imm-h G. 11 M h in ni k Co.'a Champagne
10 ct?H. h Ho.-kheiuior
10 caRCB Hude-ibciinor
10 cases Duikhfiuit-r
10 cas-s NlorHtpltior
8 barrel*? Ptirt Wliio
10 cases lino old U mrbon WhUfcoy. July 25
Furniture, dec, of a Family a-iout leaviiig~the~
BY L/1VREY ?Si U.K.VWIIKH.
THIS DAY, 26th liminii., will bo no Id at No. 0 South
Hay D-ii.ery, at 10 o'clock,
The FURNI I'UHK. Arc c>uiaino.i iu Bald liouso,
Mohair Bofas, Tote-a Tot<m. Mohair Chaira ond Hock
ers, Cano Soat ChalrR and -.riin-liutra. am nk Obaira,
\foh*itr Ottomans, Uarblo T-.p liuro-ius with Glasses,
.Marblo top Wiisi atan.Ir. Marble Top Centro and Pior
Tables, nandi-ome Mirrors, Hms-.-ls Carr.ct, Rod and
Wbllo Martini;, nearly new ('Jit yardst; Mahogany Ofllco
TabUa, Mtitioitauy Kr nch IIoiIh-.g i.l. M hogauy Bed
stead sud Sprlni< Mattrot-a, Maiio.rui y Wardrobe, ICxton
sl .n Table, Wuai-NotH, Towel Hack?, Oai Kixturos, Hat
Back, nook Rack. Uolslors. Pill -we. Kerosene Lamps,
Crockery, Ulasswarv, Stdobourd, Cupboard, Cooking
8*ove and Fixiures. Kitchen Fiirui.uro, Heavy Silver
platea Spoons, Ico Cream Chuma.
1 FRAME, complote, for an Ico flroam Garden, with
Tabica aud beuchen; 2 cor b of Ftro Wood, split and
ready for use. With sundry Artlcleo too numorouB to
Conditions; cash, an] articles to bo romoved Imme
Thoroughbred More at.d Coll.
O Y lt. AI. MA ?SHALL.
TO-MORROW, 2C'h instant, at II o'clock, will bo sold
before my nales room, No. 33 Btoad-street,
ONE B Y MARE AND Hilt CuLT. 8be moves wel 1
in harxiear, la ?ood und.?r tlio saddlo. and warranted
aoand. She 1h sold lor no fault, her owner being about
to leave the city. July 26
BY U. K MA US-. ALL.
TO-MORROW, 26t h lnet., at 11 o'clock, will be sold be
fore n.y Ralos Boom,
1 FINE WOBK IIuitSK. warranted sound
1 Dray, Damons, and License. July 25
Estate Sale- Do Order of Administrator.
BY ALU Z? J W i III' ?C SON.
Will be sold, on FRIDAY, 27th Insi., at 11 o'clock, at
their office. No. 68 East Bay,
A valuable LAW I.l nil a KY. cousiatlu< of most of the
STANDARD LAW BODK.H Cataloi-ii.-s can be obtained
upnn a ?plication at their olllce, No. 08 East Bay.
Oondltious cash. July 25
Stock of a Store Declini-.g Business.
II. I''. BACKI S.
FBIDAV, the 27th lust., at No. 297 King atreot, at 10
STOCK OF A 8TOBE DECLINING BUSINESS,
LIQCORS, SEGARS, HOTTLLD ALE, ca'CB ot
8p?rkling Catawba Wlno. Dry Ooods, Clothing, bhooa,
Straw flats, Tranks, and Valises.
A large lot ot OBOOEERV.
Further partlcuiara on day of salo. 2 July 25
Merchants' Hotel, with its entire Stock of Furniture
XVn. GUK.'.ICY, Auctioneer.
I will pell, at Public* Auction, on the premires, oa
THURSDAY, the 2d ot August, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
under foro-losure of mortgage,
The TWO YEARS U vtXi-l/.Kl) LEA8E, and the en
tire St-ck ot Furniture aud Hxtures, together with the?
Gond WU1 and Llcor.SfS or tho MERhHaNTb' HOTEL,
situated at tho corner of King and Hooiety streets,
Cliarli-?ton, S O.
1 bla Hotel is now in full operation, contalno abont 75
rooms, and baa 50 board?rs; can no seen at all honra
during the day by making application at the office.
Terms cash. July 21*
Plantation, ith Groining Urap,
BY A*LU\ZU .1. WHITE Si HON.
At Private Sale
Will be sold "BFLLE 18LE" PLANTATION, altuato
on the North Saute? River Said Plat tatinn contains
151* aerea of Rico Laud and 4hO acres High Land; 75
aerea In Rice and 30 acres in Co'ton now growing..
There is an orderly and well oruanlzed force of workers
now on the place On the ploc * are all oecesaary ont
buildings, to ether wnh a steam thresher and a grist
The above Plantation will be sold cither with or with
out the growng crop. The pr?tent contract with the
freedmen for tho ?rowl g crop Ib au follows: 1-10 of
entire crop to be taken out, ih**n seed rico, then half of
balance to bo given to the workers.
For further particulars app y as above, at our offlco,
July 26 1 NO. 68 EAST B\Y.
Anexperiesced Narsc and Fenialo Physician?
Presenta to the attention of ilothera her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Whioh greatly facilitates the process of Teething, by
softening the gums, re racing all Inflammations, wfll
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and Is
SORE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Depend apon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves*a
Relief and Health to Your Infants.
We have pat np and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say la confidence and trntb of it what we
have never been able to say of?** other medicine?
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A 81WGLB INSTANCE TO
EFFEOT A ODRE, when timely used. Never did wo
know of an instance of dlasatiafaction by anv one whO
used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with IU op*.
rations, and speak In terms of oommondation of lte
magical effects and medical virtue?. We spoak in title
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE ODR8ELVES FOR THE FULFIL*
MENT OF WHAT WB HERE DECLARE. In almost
evory ?nstanos where the Infant Is suffering from pain
and exnanation, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup Is administered.
full directions for nnlng will aooompanv ach bottle,
None genuine unless the too simile ot CURTIS At tKH
tUNH. New York, la on the outside wrapue.-.
Bold by ail dlraggists throughout :ho world.
Price only 3ft C?nta per tt>ttitls>>
7 KINO & CASSIDEY..
lintl--.?-?.- ?? (| ,?-.*
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPEOTPnLLT INFORMED
that thtae highly esteemed OiTTERH an? now mide
by the same person who m ?t*? them for over two .ty
year? for James Moor head He liarlo/ tlio origin?! re
ceipt, can oonQdently nx-omui? d them equal to any
made daring M..ot head's Ufo time.
8? d in qnaiilities to anit purchas-trs at No 09 CAL.
IlnDN-.'-Tut.JiT, aouth side, b-etweeu Tat--eli"*? and \tv
?oii atreeta. JAallfd MoKEaK.
July U Itao