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Tlie Daily DN'e^v^s
THURSDAY MOHNINO, JULY 2G, 1866.
LARGEST CIK-ULATIOS UN TUE STATE
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY
*W Tule LlfT OF IjJK'P'PICrtS re
?xininiiiK in t?*p? PoBtofiloe at tino em
of enoh w???-?U ia i?ti i>li*-tlit>?l oflioiiill'
la THK U/__J.iY NEWg overv JETx-i
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aas always th- latest dates of the Daily News, as bo
floes of all tho other principal journals of the country.
Mf CEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -??
The Central New*? Depot, at No. 108 Market
etreot, is well supplied with tho latest Fashion
Magazines, literary periodicals, newspapers, etc.
The Atlantic, Frank Leslie, Demorest, ote., for
August, aro all to ho had at Voqler's.
TnE Weather?The early portion of yesterday
being cloudy, tho hoat was less intonso than it has
been for somo time, hut by twolvo o'clock tho eun
camo out as fiery as ever, and up to fivo o'clock
it was very opprosBivo. At that hour, howover,
clouds again began to como up, followed by rain
with lightning and thunder, which gave us for tho
balance of tho evening a moBj. delightful atmos
The Cnops.?Our friends in the interior will
confer a groat favor by sending ub reports of tho
growing crops in their diffcretit neighborhoods.
Time and Tide wait Fon no Man, therefore
peoplo who wish to enjoy the wholesome luxury of
a salt water bath, must go at tbe timo when Iho
tide suits. Mr. Kiluoy, tho enterprising pro
prietor of the White Point or Battery Batbing
Houbo, givoB daily notice in this paper of the time
at which the tido suits for bathing at hi? estab
lishment. To-day it is between G and 8 A. M.,
and 0 and 8 P. _f.? and as, at cither of ilium..
times, parties patronizing tbo baths can enjoy tbo
walk to and from, as well as on the Battory, tbo
tide will nevor suit botter for trial of tho virtues
of the water of Charleston harbor than it doos to
MAYon's Court, July 25.?A cloudy-minded gon
tleman who resides, as ho si.iil. iu Tradd street,
bnt mado a mistako and entered a house as his iu
Queen street, with a brick in each hand and one
in hia hat, threatening to demolish tho wholo In
terior. waB brought beforo his Honor and fined
$5, with a bint to ba careful hereafter of gotting
into tho right street.
Two damsels, one rather pretty and genteel
looking, were placed at tho bar for using language
in tho streets unsuitable for the ears of anybody,
whether polit o or not. Tho Mayor lined thorn $5
each, which it is supposed will bo as hard to get
out of them as it would bo to obtain genteel con
LiTEitAnY Toys.?Wo are indebted to Messrs.
M. M. Qoinn & BnoTHEn for a sample magic fan,
and for a copy of a beautiful edition of Mother
Hubbard. The fan is one of the simplest and yet
most ingenious contrivances for producing won
der and amusement which has over been invent
ed. It is a plain penco of stiff brown paper, folded
in such a way that by skilful manipulation it can
be mado to undergo no less than eighty meta
morphoses iu an almost incredibly short spaco of
time. Accompanying the fan is a noatly engrav
ed diagram illustrating the protean changes
which it may assumo, and tho manner of exe
The history of "Mother Hubbard's Dog" is got
up in magnificent stylo, and ia from the press of
McLaughlin Bnos., Now York. The edition is a
boautifully illustrated quarto, in which large col
ored engravings ropreaontHlio said dog in all tho
glory of a green coat, purple waistcoat, red pants,
and hob-nail shoes. It may or may not be just
to hold this canine colobrity up to ridicule; but we
are on the negative side of the quostion, for the
following verse bhowa him to have been a quadru
ped of taste and judgment:
"Stio wetit to tho cobbler's
Tu Lu y h.m shoes.
And when -?ht? camo back
Ho was reading i HE News."
The news-depot of Messrs. M. M. Qoinn tt, Bno.,
in King street, opposite Aun, is woll known to our
community, und we trust that to-day there will bo
a perfect rush of pus, maB, grandpas, grandmas,
big bubbors and big sisters to that omporium in
search of Mugio Fa.na and Histories of Mother
For tho information of old bachelors and old
maids, and others not particularly interested in
juvenile ntnusoinents, wo will montion that Mr.
Qoinn'b Dopot e-mutua uot only tho literary toys
abovo noticed, but all tho latost newspapers and
periodicals or this country, as well as many
Poetical.? The ""local" of tho Mobilo Advertis'r,
being at tho Mayor's Oonrteomo days since, where
tilting hoops woio "bobbing around" in a promis
cuous manuor, says that ho could not restrain bia
poetioal fancy, ua he gazed on tbo bcolo and
thought how much?
To- a- noons ?ero like the poet Gray,
At? we c nld |>Ului> sen,
For the-, aa ?r?y. did ihuW tbo world
, A beautJul L JC OI
The Co?ntefeitbrs.? Fatalico was up befor*
" ConimisBionor Honi?eck on Tuesday, for tin
- purpOM of procuring bail. Hit) counsel called tin
attontion of the Commissioner to the fact tha
tho only charge ag linat Fatalico trae mado bj
Gherkin, iu ?hose poeBt'taiou tbo counterfeit
money was found,
a Adolph Nik_ann, who gavo evidence on Mondai
about ouo.Fatamco, and who did not nt that lim(
- eco tho prisoner, on being confronted with bit? 01
I Tuesday said that tbo prisoner ivas not the mnn
j and that bo had novcr scon the prisoner before
? iu bi? ifo.
Under tho circumstances, tbo question of bail
On yesterday a further cxnminati?ii was had,
and Mr. Frederick Vf. Wagen tu mado tbo fol
Frederick William \f iRunor ??worn, and siys: I
keep a grocery and pr ?vision atoro at the
corner of ICast liny and Qi-oti-Htroots; somo two
1 weeks biucu Lieut. ll?u.tricks, in company with
Coates and Farroll, called at my storo and said
tbttt John Grrki'ii vont them, saving that ho bad
' paid mo sonin monoy, and that Gnrkon bad also
said among that monoy was $18 50-luO in 50 ceuls
Htaui|)s (now bille); I wM I was notawaro of what
. money bo bad paid, us be paid it to the book
keeper, but that all money rcc ivod that morning
was iu tho drawer, and I would show them tho
monoy in tho drawer: thereupon I took out tbo
money-drawer anil placod it on tbo couuter, con
taining from two to thret; huodred dollars in small
script, or nioiicv, from 5 to 50 cunts, put up iu
pack iges from fS to $50 oaoh; thoro was one pilo
containing #20, and i i ?hii packago thcro was $1 50
in old monoy, au?l #18 50 now money, which Ilen
drit-ks took away ?ri h him, giving mo a receipt
for the samo; Hendruks nakod whoro I got tho
money from; I tol?l him I did not know whom I
got tho money, as I had at that timo about two or
thi'co buudrod doll-irs in small script iu the
drawer, which I liad received that morning.
Provost Couut, July 25, 1866.?Mirabilc dictu !
a plensaut morning aud only two pri-jonoi-s in tho
Tho black countenance of Josrpli Bennett, like
an ovil and familiar spirit, nannte the Court-room,
and to-day tho apparition was again eeoti. This
timo tho ghost bad bocu wandering at tho dead
hour of midnight, making freo with peoplo's
premises and conducting itself to tho great terror
ol a oolored fcmalo. Tho policeman's club, liki> a
magician's wand, suddenly arrested tlieso mys
terious proceedings, and the dark fiend yielding
to tbo incantations of tho guardians of tho uight,
weuded its way ti tho Temple of Metropolitan
Justice. A flno of $3, with an alternativo of five
days' hard labor, recalled Joseph Deunott unpleas
antly to Bubunary aff lirs.
Thomas Richards (colored), who was accused
of stealing a soro-backed rod stallion, of tho value
of $200, from a deaf family, was remanded tojaii
until material witnesses could be produced.
Murder.?Tho Winnsboro' News, of last Tues
day, eays: "Wo bavo just beard of the dreadful
murder of Mr. Alexander Walker, of Chester.
Brevity and Brilliancy in Chess is the very
appropriato titlo of a new work ou this favorito
and scientific gamo, from tho pen o? Mir?n J.
Hazeltink, Esq., chess editor of tho Now York
Clipper. Tho book consists of a collection of
gamos played by celebrated artists which bavo
ended in problems, which, if they bad been con
structed as such, would have been considered ro
markably ingeuious. The idea of tho work is en
tirely new, and could bavo originated ouly in tho
brain of a mau who, liko Mr. Ha/.eltine, has
niniin the royal pasttin* a lifo-ong study and pur
suit. Usually iu chess books, games aro anu?.(?cu
in sets to illustrate tho principal openings, and
problems aro collected together in a division en
tirely soparato from tbo games; and iudeed al
most all tho problems arc constructed merely to
test tho Ingenuity of tho player, aud without ?any
reference to previous moves which night have
brought tho pieces into tho position chosen. Iu
this book, on tho contrary, games are selected
which have been actually played by the best mas
ters of chess, and have been so scientifically con
ducted by tho wiuuer that, at tho close of tho
gamo, ho has beou ablo to announce a forced
mate several moves in advance These games
arc carefully aud skilfully arranged according to the
experience and analytical powor roquired to com
prehend them; aud while in the course of the se
ries almost every opening known to the acionco is
carefully illustrated, yet tho particular gambit in
no wise controla tho classification.
The first games of tho sorioa end in two-move
problems of chaste simplicity, whiro thoir whole
strategy, though original and striking, can be
oomprcheuded by tho veriest tyro, who is capa
blo of over boing anything else. Tho games
gradually increase in difficulty, and tho last fow
illustrate some of the moat abstruse chess calcu
lations which bavo ever been reduced to practice,
and end in forced mates of ten, eleven and even
twc-lvo move.-, which none but the must scientific
players can calculate. As the title indicates, care
has been taken to select thoso games in which
brilliant combinations bavo enabled the winner to
obtain (he victory in the emallostpossiblo number
of moves, or in which a thorough knowledge of
the game has enabled him to punish the igno
rance or carelessness of his adversary with speedy
defeat. Consequently tho number of moves on
each side previous to tbo commencement of the
forced mato never exceeds forty, is seldom as
many as thirty, and ia often not more than ten or
Anothor feature of Vt, Hazeltine's collection?
which is particularly worthy of remark, is, that a
email portion of tho '.fork is devoted to illustrat
ing tho vory important, but greatly neglected art,
of capturiug a pioce independently of any matur
ed plan fur obtaining a mato. In the racy lan
guage of the author, "It sounds very lofty, and
haB, perhaps, an air of dovotion to high art to
aver?'Oh, I play for tho mate!' Very well, Mr.
or Herr or Signor Magniloqtions I But I have
not yot scon a playor who dospiiod winning a
pieco as a means to an oud, unless, indeed, that
oud wore in very noar and certain prospect." To
this collection of games aro appended a few choico
problems from a tournament inaugurated by tho
author for his own pleasure, on a novel aud unique
After a careful perusal of this welcome addition
to tho chess players' library, wo are of opinion
that thfroia not, in tho while rango of zalri
kiological literature, a volumo better calculated
to improve tho learner aud entertain tho adopt.
Tina volume is noatly gotten up by D. Applkton
St Co., the publishers, and for Bale in this city by
Jndgo Aukll, of tho Firat District Court of Or
leans Parish, La, was arrested laat week on an
affidavit accusing him of treason and endangering
tho liberties ot citizens un,1er the civil rights bill.
Ho was bailed, 'ihn affidavit ia baa? d ou a recent
abarco to tho graud jury delivered by the au
OUBO'l. to indict those aioiubera of ?lie Convention
of 1864 who would reconvene it.
Auction Sal?*1* Tilla Day.
R. M. MAnKiiAL- will noil thin day, be-foro lila sales
room, No, ?13 Ur .ad atreot, at 11 o'clock, a work horno
and amaro and colt; aleo, a dray, burn ess, and license.
Milks Diiaer wll ?toll Oils day, at bis atoro, corner of
Kin? and l lborty fitrcits.at 10 o'clock, Btatloucry, sIiocb,
dry go-ids. kc
Mit.i-KiAN. Melcheus k Co. will soli thin day at their
Ion*, No. 20 Ven.lite R.iiii;u at 10o'clock. Iwuia, rnnokol
beef, plck'ed plga' feet, and a lot of dry good?, boots,
shoes, baiH, &c
Jameb W. MnowN k Co. will sell this tiny, at their
store. No lir. Ehk| Ray, at If o'clock, butt?*r ana chot-se.
acrnte of assorted crockery, and 30 bi-xos manufactured
McKay i: Cammieli, will soil this day at their storo,
llasol-strcot, next to Poat ihco, at 10 o'clock, millinery
go.ds saved, from tho lato flro in King-slrea*, a-eo a
special ?.alo of dry goods, kc, and a Iijiec ami market
Kmei?EmiocKEi? Life Inuuiiance Company. New
Youk.?This highly responsible company, as will bo
scon by roforeuco to our second pago, has appointed
Lee k Co., at No. 1 Broad street, solo agents for them
forClnrlraton, to whom wo would refer all persons who
dcslro lnsnrunco at easy rates.
The Merchants' Hotel..?Wo would Invito attention
to the advertisement of tbo sale of this spacious estab
lishment, which is to tako place at tho p; omises on this
day week, and wo would, at tho samo time, hint to our
country frlemls that some ono among thorn "who can
kcop a hotol," might find horca capital chance for a
Bacon, Hamo, Butteb, LAnn, kc.?Mr. Oeoroe U.
Hoppock, of No. 1HG East Bay, bas at present one of tho
fluent stocks of groceries to bo found in tho city, which
he is selling to customers at the lowest prices. A refer
ence to his advertlsetnuut lu our Issue of to-day will fur
nish an insight Into bis largo and varied assortment of
goods, which aro all fresh and pure.
Genuine DUBBJUC Smokinu Todacco.?Messrs. W.
O. Bennett k Co. havo pr sented us with a box of this
lino North < arollna smoking tobacco, which, during tbo
war, was the great favorito of all eoldiors and citizr-na
who indulged lu a pipe, and who could afford to appro
priate ?fter n dollar, for tho purchase of a pound of It.
We carnot-tly say, after trying a pleasant puff or two of
it, that It has lost nothing of tho fino davor which wo
have often praised in days gono by, but comes back to
us liko tho improved appcaranco of a long-absent friend
?delighting us at its return. We can, and do, recom
mend this excellent art'clo to all who smoke, feo.ing
perfectly sutitflcd tbat we will bo sustained by a large
majority of them in our appreciation of this brand.
Good to Invest in.?If, as tho old adage declares,
"Health la Iho Greatest of Earthly Blessings," then
every cflbrt to preservo it paya welL Dbake'b Plan
tation Bitters havo been of groat aorvlco in making
peoplo healthy, and keopin? them so. They should be
found In evory household. They glvo tono to tho
stomach, vigor to tho body, and romove dark doubts
and unhappy feelings from tho mind. They relievo
pain and fortify tho whole system nga ioat tho attacks of
disease There is nothing better to tako "for tho
stomach's sako" than tho Plantation Bittehs. Thoy
cure dyspepsia, heartburn, indigestion, drowsinoss,
headache, pain in iho sido, livor complaint, pud rhou
mattc pains, with magical power. A good effect is felt
at ouco upon making the first trial. No change of diet
Is necessary. Eat tho best you can get, and all you
want Follow our directions, and you will soon feel
well, strong n_d hearty. luthaS
Panksin's Hepatic Bittebs.? This valuable prepa
ration, coming ns it does from tho laboratory of so will
known and *kllful a pharmaceutist as Mr. Panenin,
bas uln ady made groat progress In tho et-teem of our
community, especially with poranns Buffering from
dys,.ep-i.?, o? _?-..._?-. -Ult%
debility. The responsibility of the establishment which
puts forth these butors, for specific complaints, and not
lor every disease which "toll) la Lelr to," Is such as to
make all who purchase them know that Ihey aro mado
of only thoso ingr. dienta which tho proprietor Inform
them thoy aro CDmposcd of, ant which certainly 1b a
gu?rante?'1 that few of tho medical remedies which are
being published In every nook and corner of the atreot?
at tho present time, can lay claim to. For instance, wo
can tay that they aro not only of an agreeable taste,
but a cipitat correctivo of d> spepsla and a most excel
lent appotizer, and that we firmly bel evo, If properly
taken for any derangement of the hepatic fonctions,
they will mske tho person so using them a very long
A durable reputation is rarely made In a day; but
HuMi-iutEYs* Homoeopathic Spec?ficb, having buen for
ton years b. foro the public, and tried by thou6anda in
every part of the country, and In every form of disease,
have won fir themselves a name and r -putatlon rarely
acquired. Tney are used ny tho most intelligent and
appreciative in evory community, ami praised by all for
their simplicity and offlclenc in curing disease.
Humpubeyb' Specific Hoikbofathic Medicine Co.,
C No. 6fi2 Broadway New York.
? l'oint ou which all Physicians Agree.
Out of ten thousand regular phynloians you cannot
and one who will not say that stimulants and invigorants
aro absolutely necrssary in medical practice. And yet
In bygono year* humane practltlon'era h?vo hesitated to
administer them, because the fiendish Ingenuity of
wretches who make merchandise of human inllriultlos
had so p lluted and deteriorated them that the rem-dy
was deemed as dangerous as tho disease. This per
plexity Is happily dono away with. Physicians know,
because tho lirst ana'ytlcal chemists ol the age have
demonstrated tho fuct. that HOSTETTER'8 CELE
BRATED STOMaCH BITTEK8 are absolutely aud en
tirely freo from all pernicious element?. Hence they
have been introduced into tho United States Army, and
aro accepted, whoreoo tho testimony ol the wise, the
Intelligent and tho philanthropic la rated at its just
value, aa the best protective against and cure for all
diseases arising from impurity In tho air or other un
healthy clima*? Influences, that has over been tested by
experience In cat-ea of Dy rpepsia and Liver Complaint,
wo state without qualtflcttlon or reservation, that the
Bitters are as nearly Infallible as anything prepared by
human skill can be._ft_July 23
Wonderful but Truo!
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Aatrologist and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in
clairvoyant state, delineates tbe vory feat tiros of tho per
son you are to marry, and bv the aid ot an Instrument
of intense power, known as tho fsychomotropo, guar
ontees to produce a poricct and life-like plctnro of the
futuro husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, ko.
This is no imposition, as testimonials without number
can assert. By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, an.i
stamped onvelopo addro-sed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture by return mall, together with desired
AddroBB In confidence, Madame GERTRUDIS REM
INGTON, P. O. Box *#*7, West Troy, N. Y.
May 8 tuths3mo
"~*_r N O T I O E.?THUEB MONTHS AFTER
DAVE, application will bo mad? to the Oharlehtou Gas
Light Company for renewal of 8orl<. for 1067 frhares
tandli g in name of B. 8. 13URD, and 10 Bharoa
In name of R. ?. 1ZAHD. Triutee, the original being lost
or mlu.aid. MORDRUAl k CO.
-lune 39 DamSmo
Stationery, Shoes, Dry Goods, Ac., t*o cfOM CtWt
?Y MILKS II KAKI.
THIS MORNIvo. at lUo'c'ook. wnl ?? ?old atiuy atore.
Writer ?liuj ami I II rrty Bt.oUe,
12 ruaniR FoiiLscap I'Al'LR
It ro niH Letter Paper
I.- r- ama >nt" Paper
?.?(!" Whit?? Hivi|op,-s
10.U?U HulT Knvelnp.?8
U-?x? h Fancy hoap, Pack. I'inn
Vaveka, Bruanea |l*_i i ?mi t'tntlw??)
Men'? Di-nunm. U;t morals and Oxford Ties
La li h' Balmoral?! anil t'ni,j?r? as
Chiluruii'b IJ.i'nu?. ills, bbjpyen, Ac, Ax?.
A line aortment of Di.y uood-*, notion?, tte , ?to
On account of all Concerned.-- Mil'nvry Goods
sawtlfrnm tale tire in King street,
."?1? K \ * at* ,\ 11 1*111,1.1..
Ilns, 1 Slrfi-i, n??x? I'osfof?ce,
Will M.1IT1IIH DAY, at 1(1 < ' tuck,
Lvlles" aud Chil.liron'a BONNET6, HA??. aud TRIM
Condition! cash. July 20
Special Rate of Dru (foods, Ac.
JIIcRAY ?V aUAltfPB** Lia,
Uns?! Ntret-f, i,, ?i i',!-,-?,Mice,
"Will eoH Tills DAY, at 10 o'cloc?, with-uit aDy mannor
of ronervo, l?y order of the Rluppors,
FANCY I'LAlDDr.LAINEH, Plaid OitighaiuB, Mourn
in? and Fancy Ornau'Uo?, tstriuos. HwIsh Muslin, Linen
"Urllls and Duck, Llnou To ?eilt (.?. 11 .th Tow?-le. Croquet
and Hoop ?Skirts, Lato und Silk Mantilla? and Douter?,
Counterpanes, l'.ibu L> uf ant) fancy Faua, Wlilt?,
Brown, and Mixed Hos? and Half Rotte, Hilk MlttB.
Lia o Thread and DucK GIovi-h, Kuiipi-iidurs, Nock Tii a,
Mcu'b and lioj*T Fuit HrttH, Linen U laotn and Rrovvn
Cotton KIilrtH. L. O. and Printed Bordered lldkfa.
Drown Cotton Drawers and Ovorallnand llii?k??rv Shirts,
H.iir HriiBlum, Combs, Momjiuto Nutiln^, Uudorshirta,
_C , Ac , kc.
Conditl. us cahIi. Julv 20
Horse and Market Wagon,
ftlcfCYY ?V i i.HI'llKM,,
Hum-l Street, next ?-nit oilier,
Wil sell TU?h D.\Y, atlOo'cluck,
1 YOU NO U??RSE aud
Conditions cash. July 20
BY JOII-? ?.' Mll.??illl ?Si CO.
TO-MORROW, 27th I st., at 10 o'oioik, will ho sold In
our stor>-, No. 135 Mealing street, on uceo iiit of the
A LOT OF DRY GOODS, saved ho:n the late firo In
Eniillflli BAHEGE8, Co or? d Luwiir, Mu-lln do Lalim,
01n?tiiniH, Irinli Linen, lirowu aud Primed Luieus,
HoBiery, Pina. Dlapera, kc.
Condition?, cash. July 20
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
TIIIIIll DOOR NOIITII OP MARKET,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a full assortment of DRTJQS, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. SOAPd, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY and FAN'Y GOODS, and aro prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapost mar
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
July 19 _
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOJ THF PER
MANENT CURE OP
FOB THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CORE ?OF
Arising from a debilitated state of tho Stomach or Liver
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF OUR
and take none other, and you will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied on the most liberal fcrms by the
Proprietor aud Manufacturer,
O. F. PANKNIN,
NO. 123 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
03- PLEA3_ OD9EBVE THE FAC SIMILE OP THE
PRORPIETOR'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
Alao for sale at
G. W. AIMAR,
Dn. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON k BLAOKMAN.
_ H. KE'.LElta & CO.
And by Druggists generally.
July 19_ 8m0B
_?T CERTIFICATE OF 8TO0K LOST.?AP
PLICATION will be made, Ihr.*? mouths after dat?, for
a. renewalof O-'lfUte, No 80, for 10 81?tssln th? Capl
Ul Htock of the Relief Loan Association, In the nanio
of W. Y. P__TON, tbo origin? having beon lost.
June I H_8_*?
HY "?II. I.I?, in, .-tii.i.? il .- us St ?O.
THIS DAY, 2Cth li st , at No 2(1 Vcndtio Bango, at If
O'clock, Wi-will nell,
HAMS ~mokf*d_u? f. Ptcilrd l***fs Feet
Muatirri, l't-pi i-r. ?Si arch, ft llco
To caceo, So, ars, Ac.
Ouo lot DRY GOODS It. otr-. Shoes, n. Is, Ac.
ONE LOT PI i MTI'I'K. v /
MOHAIR HOOKER. Canc-aeiit Chairs llnrca?. Ta*
bli-*, llt-dstcads, ll'.ir-iooiii t-'cic. i.H nuil 1 PIumi
Jn y M
Until r a,.it Cheese.
Jinnen W. BlinWI. ?V c<>.
Will nell, THlb DM, at thflr -?tort*, No. lie East Bay,
at 1- o'c'ock,
10 flrldna OIIiliL QOhULM DL'TILR
2u boxes ChecR?.
1 ciato ASSORTED OhOCKERY.
Comlltloiis caeh. > July -y*
'?iibaccn ! To', acco I a
lA-tll- H \V ItlltlW', a*_ CO.
Will sell, TB1S DAY, a tlnir nitre, No. 110 Last Bay
at Id o'clock,
30 boxea VIRGINIA MAMJFAGTORED TOBACCO.
Coiiuliloiis ca.-li. July 20
Thorouijhbreil More m-,i full.
Il Y lt. il. ii|,\ii-.|iii,|,.
TiilS DAY, 26ih Instant, at II '?'clock, will bo sold
before my sale- room, No. 33 Htoad-str'i-t,
ONE B Y MARE AND DMt COLT. ?she moves woll
in harten?, is |/ood under tho ?addle, and warranted
sound. 8ho Is sold for no fault, her owner being about
to leave tho cily. j,?-- ?j-j
? Y"uT~*Ti. M ,\ i * *. ??TiTT
THIS DAY, 2Cth inst., at 11 o'clt ok. will bo sold be
f..re my Kale*? in on ,
1 FINE WORK Holts'*., warranted sound
1 Dray, Harness, and License. July 20
teta tc Sale- Ilu Order of Ailiniii>>tmlor.
BY ALII /n .T WI'IT_C-a SON.
Will boeold, TO-MOhROW. 27th ins ., at 11 o'clock, at
their odlce. No. 08 _a-?t Bay,
A vslu.-ibln LAW LI lilt a RY. i-oiimrI?ii of moat of the
STAND ?RD LAW ROOK.S (TmbIokui_ can be obtained
upon a .plication at their ofllce, No 08 East Bay.
Conditions cash. July 2(1
Stock of a. Store Jhiclini <j Business.
iiv v. n,\< Kt's.
TO-MORROW, Iho 27th ?list., a? No. 207 KliiR-slreot, at 10
STOCK OF A STORE It-Kill INING BUSINESS,
LIQIORS. SEGARN. hOTTLlD ALE, oa=cs of
Sparkllin* Catawba Wim?. Dry Ooods, clothing, Shoes,
Straw RatB, Trunks, and Valises.
A lar?o lot nt CROORERT.
Further particulars on day ef sale. 2 July 20
Merchant*' Hotel, with its entire slock o/ I^Trn??r?
WM. Glfll-aKY, Auctioneer.
I will -toll, at Public Auction, on the promlfcs, on
THUK-IDAY. tho 2d ol Aui*nst, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
under foreclosure of inoi-iuagi?,
Tho TWO YEARS ON-XPIRED LEASE, and tho en
tire St'ck ol Furniture and Klxturcs, together w'.th the
Oood Will and Licenses of tho MElttillANTo' HOTEL,
sitnated at tho corner of Ring and Socioty streets,
Charleston. S O.
This Hotel Is now in full operation, contains about 75
rooms, and haa 60 board) rs; can to seen at all hours
daring the day by making application at the ofllco.
TttrniB cash. July 21
Extensive Iron Wo< ks?Splendid Investment.
BV SMI'l II .?- II. (ill.1,1 v u \ > ,
Kcal lcsiati; Brokers, No. *47 Broad street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
At Private Sale?
All tint EXPENSIVE AND VALUABLE PROPERTY
generally known as tho aPART.-.NBU'tO IRON
WOUR**-," beautifully located on the Pacolcl Hiver. In
Hpartanburg District, Ho i th Caroliun, seven miles from
Bpsrtauburg Village and five miles trom the Union and
Spartauburg Railroad at its nearest point.
This property consists of?
^2 BLAST FORNaCES
1 Railing Mill, with usual fixtures complete
1 Toddling Fire and 2 Forges, with Tools
1 Michino Shop, with usual mnpy of 1'ooU
1 Nail Factoiy wMi four Ma-hinca
1 8a<v .Mill and 2 Grita Mil a for uso of Works
1 Frame Railroad, with Cars, Ac, t nnnlin; 10 miles
to haul timber, metal, kc, to works
2 completo Dwellings and Cottages for hands
35 Mulo.-!, with Wagons, Harnef-s, Ac.
SO head of t'attlo, about lut) Hogs
Farming Tooib, Huusohold and Rltcheu Furni
ture, AC, &c.
About OlgllU:,,- TOQETnEB WITH, , _,?
which tho ahovo iirol.'--,-',*>11'1 At H~*H-i*T*li*>'U two thirds
of which is in the ore region o. Iron a d Gold. The
rest well woo led, with several am <)I (arms upon It A
meadow supplies all tbo teams. A fine stock of Coal,
Wood aud Oro i a read v for use. Climate unsurpassed.
Water puro and abundant. Tho water po?ver equal to
my iu Iho world for driving machinery. Tho Iron, pro
luced rivals the flnei-t English.
For terms, Ac , apply as above. thfm3 July 2C
Saw Mills near Suinmervilltt.
BY AbUNZU .T. WIJI I'E ?I SON.
at Private Sale?
TWO EXTENSIVE SAWMILLS near 8nmmervllle,
together with 1100 ACRES YELLOW PINE TIMBER
LAND. . ....
Mill No. 1 Is run by a 30 to 35 horse engine, built by
Eason & Brother, of Charleston, with three (.i) Cylinder
Boilers, msklcg an abundant supply of steam. At
tached tj this la a (?rist Mill, capablo ot grinding fifty
60> btiihel? of corn per day. Tho establishment to
this Mill is complote, having Carpouttr and Blacksmith
Mill No 2 Is? new building, 40x00, recently erected
in a most substantial manner. It his an engine of 30
tiorse powor. with (2) two largo Cylinder Boilers. All
accessary outbuildings are attached to this Mill.
With the above will bo sold (10) ten Mules, (4) four
Umber Carts, (2) two Wagons, (2) two Carts, with Har
aess complete. _,
Tho machinery of tho Mills will bo sold eeparately, ii
desired , _
For furthor particulars apply as above, at our office,
July 24 tuths3 No. 6S EAST BAY.
Spacious Buitding Lot on Meeting-street.
BY W Y. _BITCH,
Broker aud Auctioneer.
At Pr?vale Sale? _,._._, ?
That vory doslrableand elotjaut LOT In Mooting stroet,
sltnate between tho Mills Houso and Charleston Hotel;
containing frout on Mootlng-strcet 100 ieot, and in depth
300 feet. . .. _
1 his lot Ib situated in tho most deMrablo part of the
city, and its largo front will be found advantageous for
tho erection of a row of wholes?'*? stoics, whilst Uio
donth could be used for other advantageous purposes.
For further particulars, apply a? abo vo, M
Jnlv 19 thstuO No 2.*? BKOAO-9TREET.
July 19 ttistuO
inexperienced Nnrso aud Female Physician--.
Presenta to tho attontion of Mothera her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
WlIch greatly facilitates the process of Teething, _f
loftenlug the gums, reducing aU inflammations, will
_l(.y ALL PAIN and apaamodlo action, and la
SORE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
depend upon it, mothers, it wUl give rest to youroelvet,
Itelief and Health to Tour Iufants*
We havo put up and sold this article for over thirty
rears, and can Bay ?Vconudenco and truth o? it what wd
lave never been able to eay of ?" othor medicine?
?JEVER RA8 IT FAILED IN A 81?*JGLR INSTANCE TO
?FFEOT A CUBE, when timoly used. Never did we
nowtof ?P UiBtanco of dissatisfaction by any one whf
iBod It On tho contrary, aU are dolighted with Its op?.
atlons, and spoak In terms of commendation of ttQ
naglcal effect? and raodlcal virtues. Wo spoak In thl*
natter "what wo do know," after thirty years' expa.
1ence, and PLEDGE ODRSELVEfl FOB THE 1ULFLL*
_BNT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almoii
irory Instance where the Infant is suffering from pain
md exhsnation, relief wlB be found in Of teen or twenty
oinutea tfter tho syrup la admlnlstcrod.
FuR directions for using will aocompany < Mb bottle,
lone genuine unless the tac simile of OUBTI? Ik PER?
IINH. Now York, Is on tho outside wrapper.
Sold by all dmggl-rta throughout the world.
Price only 35 Cent? per lloitlo.
For i*io by
KINO & CASSIDET.
Febnurv M em* dHM?*?^*4