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The DailT News.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 18CG.
LARUEST ClTtCULATlON IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATIC?? IN THE CITY.
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bas always tho latest dates of the Daily New?, as he
Coe? of oU the other prinolpal journals of the country.
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PROVOST Court, July 26, 18GG.-There was
nothing before this august tribunal to-day.
United States District CoonT, Judge Bryan
presiding-July 26, 1866.-The Court was engaged
to-day in the consideration of a motion in the
case of the libel of the cargo of tho schooner Aid.
The case will come np on Monday for further in
At an Extra Meeting of the Stonewall Fire En
gine Company, held on the oveni?g of tho 26th
instant, at the ball of the Charleston Fire Com
pany, the following officers were unanimously
elected to All vacancies :
Majou G. LAMB BUIST, President.
W. G. MILLER, Secretary.
The U. 8. supply steamer Newburn, Captain
Holly, from New York, left 21st inst., via Beau
fort, Wilmington (N. C). Tho Newburn is sup
plying the naval vessels along the co i st, and will
proceed south as far as the coast of Texas for
that purpose. Sim will be detained here a few
days io do some repairs on one of her engines'.
A Pleasant Excursion.-It will be seen, by
reference to our advertising columns, that the
ateau. jr Kate, Capt. Flynn, will, at two o'clock to
day, tow to tho bar the ship Amelia, and after
wards malta an excursion oround tho harbor, fftw
ing passengers a fine opportunity of viewiDg the
islands, forts, ?Ve., which dot our beautiful bay.
The Kate is bo fine a steamer, and Gapt. Flynn
is so agreeable and so popular a commacder,
that we contomplate meeting on board a large
number of friends, who, like ourselves, cannot
let pasB such a fine chance of spending a delight
Mayor's Court, July 26.-The docket tina morn
ing was perfectly clean of reportable cases, and
the Gnard House "could boast of no prisoners.
This gratifying state of things we record with
great pleasuro, hoping that the mischievous may
take some other field for their operations iii an
our formerly quiet city, and that the police may
have no heavier duty upon thom than sustaining
the reputation already gained in promoting the
order they havo. The Mayor is devoting consid
erable attention to the officers upon whom devolvo
the oleanline8s of the streets; and the unfortunate
superintendent who may chance to be reported
' for neglect of official duty, is generally sure to
Fire at Mount Pleasant.--On Wednesday
morning, before day, between two and three
o'clock, a fire broke out at Mount Pleasant, in a
building belonging to the estate of D?ponv. and
occupied by two freedmon of the name o? Myers,
as a store. This building, as well as the dwelling
house- of Mr. John M. Bryan adjoining, was en
tirely consumed. Every effort was made by Mr.
Bryan's family to savo the house, but for want of
sufficient help to uso the means at command their
exertions were fruitless.
The attention of the Town Connoil of Mount
Pleasant should bo directed to the necessity of an
organized fire guard, to be on hand and render
assistance at fires, and as soon as the little village
can afford it, a steam fire eDgine shculd be pro
cured. The loss of Mr. John M. Bbyan is esti
mated at 15000, and that of tho estate of Dupont
at $1000. The freedmen lost their whole stock iu
trade, the value of which has not been estimated.
The Portland Fire.-Our Northern exchanges
were filled for a week with the dotails of tho Port
land fire, whioh was, perhaps, the greatest con
flagration that ever took place upon this conti
nent. The firo took place so long ago as the night
of the Fourth of July, and yet wo can scarcely
tako up a paper from anywhere north of Mason's
and Dixon'? Line which does not contain some
allusion to tho Portland enuTerorH, The area of
tho fire was groater than that of the great fire in
this city in 1861, and owing to the olosor building,
the property destroyed was much moro valuable.
As in all such great con flail ra ti on?, many in
teresting incident? occurred, illustrating the good
and evil of human naturo, tho folly of ignorance
and the triumph of wisdom. To narrate all the
incidents of the Portland fire would require a
volume of no contomptiblo size, but there are
three of these itoma of interest whioh oan be
brought within the compass of a newspaper para
graph, and which, from their wonderful character,
deserve to be published.
? Jewelry firm, who did tho largest business in
the city, had many of their watohes and fine sot h
of diamonds, Seo., locked up in an iron box with
braes knobs. During the fire the knob? were
melted off, but the watehos and Jewelry were
Bavotl, although tho box was ia tho uro for iivo
Tho Preaident of an Insurance Company had
his boulia and valuable papers in a Bimilar box,
which waa taken from tho Uro rod hot, and yet
every word in the booka could bo road.
Again, in another box of the samo kind, $2000
in greenbacks were placed, and carno out of tho
Uro without oven being scorched.
Tho boxeB abovo alluded to were Heiuuno's
SafoB, a full assortment of which necessary arti
cle aro for aalo by Mr. Joseph Walker, Agent,
corner of Meeting and Market streets.
Survivors' Association.-This is tho title of au
organization recently established in thia city,
composed of Burvivora of tho army and navy.
The object is a most praiseworthy one, as will be
Been hy tho following
BASIS OF ORGANIZATION.
Whereas many of tho survivors ol' the Confed?
ralo Army and Navy from tho District or Charles
ton aro disabled, by wounds received and diaeaso
contracted in the eorvico, from earning a liveli
hood for themselves and their families, and many
widows and omhana aro loft destitute of supplies
by tho death of their huabands and fathers during
tho late war; and it ia a sacred duty incumbent
upon those ot the survivora to whom the Qod of
Battles has spared sufficient health and strength
to labor, to share their moans, howover small,
with such of their now unfortunate comrades who
still suffer and languish, and to assist, as far as
possible, tho widows and orphans of thoir de
ceased fellow-Holdicra: therefore,
Resolved, That we, tho survivors of tho Con
federate Army and Navy, residing in Charleston
District, do hereby rcsolvo ourselves into an asso
ciation for the purpose of assisting our comrades
who aro unablo to labor for their living by reason
of wounds received or disease contracted in the
service, and tho widows and o ulmus of thoso
who fell in the discharge of theil duty.
The Association has ilso adopted tho following
set of By-Laws to govern ti ?em in tho future:
I.-Name.-This Society shall bo chnrtered by
the name of "Survivors' Association," of Charles
ton District, for (ho objects sot fotth in tho pre
amble and resolutions of organization.
II.-Members-Thoso who have served in the
Confederate Army i>r Navy to the closo of the war,
or have honorably resigned or been discharged
therefrom ; and any who, though not mombors of
the Army or Navy, have, nevertheless, performed
service for the Confederate causo of distinguished
gallantry and merit, may bo elected members of
Tfin male issue of persons included in tho above
clause, and of persons who havo diod in service,
who may become o' age after the year 180'J, may
also be elected members of this Association.
III.-Admission.-Applications for membership
shall be made at a regular meeting of the Asso
ciation, in accordance with tbe printed form : set
ting forth a short record of the military or naval
career of applicant, certified to, if possible, by
officers of his immediate command. This shall
he referred to the Committee on Applications to
bo reported on and ballotted for at tho next regu
lar meeting. The rooord shall be copied in a
suitable book and kept in the archives of the
IV.-Officers.-The officers shall be a President,
four Vice-Presidouts. a Secretary, and a Trea
surer. There shall also be a Committee on Ap
plications, a Committee on Records, a Committee
on Charity, and a Committee on Employment
each to consist of Ave members.
V.-President.-Shall preside at all meetings of
the Association, and preserve in strict exercise
the rules established by parliamentary usage.
VI.- Vice-Presidents.-In the absent? of the
President, the senior Vice-President present shall
discbargo tho duties incumbont on his position.
VII.-Secretary.-'Shall perform all tho duties
belonging to tliKt position ; aud, to assist him, is
empowered, with the approval.of the.Presidont, to
appoint as many clerks as may bo necessary, who,
in return for their services, shall bo relieved from
all dues while so engaged.
VIII.- Treasurer.- Shall co'lect all funds duo
tho Association, and bold tho same subject to dia
Eosal aa hereinafter directed. Ho shall givo a
ond to the Trustees, in such amount and with
such eurotiCB as may be required hy them. His
booliB and accounts shall bo audited and examined
by the Trustees, who shall, on every anniversary,
lay the rame before tho Association.
IX.- Trustees.-The President and Vico-Presi
depts shall,'together, constitute the Trustees of
the Association, which thoy shall represent iu its
corporate capacity. It shall also be thoir duty to
invest any surplus funds of the Association.
X.-Committee on Applications.-Shall examine
into and report upon all applications for mem
bership, ana, as fur as practicable, verify the per
sonal record of military careor of applicant.
XI.-Committee on Records.-Shall collect and
preserve every species of information respecting
the number furnished the Confederate Army and
Navy by Charleston District, the names of such
who fell as martyrs to the cause, and endeavor in
every practicable way to procure a full and cor
rect account of then* services. They shall also
superintend the records of the Association.
X11.-Committee on Charity.-Shall inquire into
all applications for charity, and rocommond those
who uro to receivo the bounty of the Association,
and the amount required by each. No ono shall
ho placed on tho bounty of the Association until
effort has been made to procure employment for
the applicant; and only those who aro without
adequate means of support, or aro widows or
ohildren of those who, if alive, would have been
entitled to membership in this Association, shall
be the subjects of its bounty.
XIII-Committee on Employment_Shall uso
every effort to obtain suitable employment, not
only for the morn bor* of tho Association, but also
for wounded, disabled, or indigent survivors of
the Confederate Army and Navy. For this pur
pose, they shall thoroughly acquaint themselves
with the capacity and claims of the applicants for
relief, and an all urge the same upon those who
may bo seeking employees. '
XIV.-Meetings.-Tho Association shall meet
annually on the 12th of April, when tho offi
cers shall be elected for tho ensuing year,
aud th' .regular Standing Committees shall be ap
pointed by the President. A Committee shall
also be appointed by the Presidont, who shall
procure a suitable room for the Association, and
provide such refreshments for all regular meet
ings, with tho funds deemed proper and set apart
for that purpose by the Association. The anni
versary shall bo celebrated in snch a manner as
may be decided by tho Association at the regular
meeting next preceding tbe same. Regular moot
ingH for the transaction of business shall be held
on the second Tuesday of every month. Special
mootings may be called hy the Presidont, at the
written request of five members. Thirteen mem
bers shall constitute a quorum at any moetidg
where business is to be transacted.
XV.-Funds.-Each member shall pay an ad
mission fee of one dollar, and one dollar on every
quarter thereafter, or five dollars on each anni
versary. No funds of tbe Association shall be
oxpended except by a resolution passed at a reg??
lar mooting. No letter of resignation shall pe
considered until all dues are paid; and should any
member be in arrears ten dollars, after being
formally no tilled thereof by the Trustees, he shall
cease to be entitled to tho benefits of the Associa
tion, so long as he shall continue in arrears. !
XVI.-Amendments.- Theuo Rules may bo
akoroa or amended by a vote of two-thirds of the
members present at any regular meeting of tho
Association : provided such alteration or amend
ment shall have been proposed, in writing, at a
mooting at least ono month previous.
OFFICERS ELECTED TO SBBVE DURING TUE OUBBENT
Col. PETER O. GAILLARD.
First-Oom. D. N. ingraham, .
Second-Gen. JAMES CONNER, . ;
Third-Gan. AttTHUR manigault, .
Fourth-Gen. W. 8. walker. ,
Oapt 0. E. CHICHESTER. *
Col J. O. WALKER.
OOUMITTKB ON APPLICATIONS :
RUDOLPH SIKGLING, Esq.
SAMUEL LOGAN. M. D.
J. l'OBb PBIOLEAU. hi. V.
GEO. MOFFTTT, Ksq.
JNO. HARLE&TON, Jr., Esq.
Auction Sale? Till? Day.
Jons G. Mils on & Co. will sell this day, at theirstoro,
No. 135 M"eting-stri'ot, at 10 o'clock, a lot of dry goodt
saved from the late Uro In Elug-strcot.
Alon/.o J. Whitk .V 8oN will soil Uni day, at their
office, No. 58 East Hay, at 11 o'clock, a valuably law
F.Rackus will soil this day, at tbo storo No. 297 King
street, at 10 o'clock, tUo stock of said > tiro, constating
of wines, liqtiors, ales, Bogara, dry goods, crockory,
Bun Ooiiia & Co. will cell tills day, In storo on
Vanderbor8l's Whrirf, at 10 o'clock, 1C0 sacks Liverpool
Howers & Silcoi will sell this d*y, at their storo. No.
127 Meeting-street, opposlto Murkot, at 10 o'clock, fur
niture, top buggy, can fruits, aud a variety of other
The New Patent Ctcloid Piano.-The beautiful in
strument manufactured by Messrs. Lindeman St Sons,
of No. 2 Leroy Placo, Now York, cillod tliu Cycloid
Piano, I? especially worthy the attention of tho purcha
sing public. It differ? from all Pianos In form-It be
ing circular. Uko a square piano, with tho back corners
cut off. The form is elegant, and it takes up less room
than any squaro piano wo know of.
Its tono is round, full and powerful, possosalug, at
tho samo timo, that riobness, pnrlty and sweetness
which havo only hlthorto boon fount in ihe Grand
Piano. All Ihe eminent professor? and artists who havo
trio! ?hem? instruments, pronounce thom a positivo
success, and a manifest improvement on the present
modo of manufacture, and destined to work a revolu
tion in this bronch of trade.
Tho el a. pi lucatlon of tbo building of tho Cycloid
Pianos enables Lindeman & Honb to soli thom at a
much lower price than tho first-class squares, which is
worth tho consideration of buyers, while, their superior
excellence should recommend thom to tho attention of
every oue who neods a good instrument.
Panuni s'a Hepatic Bitters.- It Is a wise dispensa
tion of Providence that in tho samo locality whore some
diseases exist, tho roots and plauts which are certain
remedies for them aro ofteu to bo found, waiting only
for Industrious bands, gul ltd by Intelligent heads, to
plnck thi m from the earth and arrango them as naturo
direct8 for the betiell t of mankind. In our section of
country, whore complaints of tho liver, dyspepsia and
chills nd fever mako Ufo miaerable and rack tbo human
frame, the vogetable euros aro abundant, but they have
waitod for sorao iclentlfio mind, like that of Mr. Pank
nin, to take thom from their hidden place?, and extract
ing their medical properties, preparo a rernody Ilk . hie
moBt excellent "Hepatic Bitters." Although this prepa
ration 1? comparatively now in our community, it has
boen extensively used by sufferers of diseases which it
Is intended to alleviate, and wo hear it highly praised
by all of them with whom we bavo come in contact,
and we would, therefore, earnestly recommend it as
one of the finest tonics and correctives of the present
A nun a? le reputation is rarely made in ? day; be. t
HoirriiBEYn' Homoeopathic Specifics, having boen .or
len years btforo the public, and tried by thousands in
every part of the country, and in every form of dlBeaao,
have won fye themselves a name and r putatlon rarely
acquired. They are nied Dy tho most intelligent and
appreciative In every community, and praised by all for
their simplicity and efflclenc In enrlng disease.
Hdmpqbeyb' Specific Homoeopathic Medicine Co.,
6 No. 5R2 Broad wsy New York.
A Poiut on which all Physicians Agree.
Out of ton thousand regular pbytlotans you cannot
find ono who will not say that stimulants and invigoranU
aro absolutely necessary in medical practico. And yet
in bygone year? humane practitioners h *vo hesitated to
administer them, became ?the fiendish ingenuity of
wretches who make merchandise of human infirmities
had so polluteS and'deteriorated them that the Remedy
was deemed as dangerous as the disease* This per
plexity is happily done ?way with. Physicians know,
becauso the first analytical chemists of tbo ago have
demonstrated the fact, that HOBTETTER'S CELE
BRATED STOMACH BITTERS are absolutely and en
tirely free from all pernicioas element?. Honce they
havo boen introduced into the United States Army, and
are accepted, whereon the testimony of the wiso, the
intelligent and the philanthropic is rated at its just
value, as the best protective against and cure for all
diseases arising from impurity in the air or other un
healthy elimata influence?, that ha? ever been tested by
experience. In cases of Dispepsia and Liver Complaint,
we ?tate without qualification or reservation, that the
Bitter? ?re ?s nearly infallible as anything propared by
human skill can be._6 Jnly 33
An experienced Nurse mid Fourni o Physician,
Fr?nente to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly inclin?tes the process of Teething, bj
softening the gum?, reiucing all Inflammation?, will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and 1?
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mother?, It will give reat to yourselves,
Relief and Health to Tour Infants,
We have put np and ?old this article for over thlrii
year?, ?nd can say in confidence and truth of it what wi
have never been able to say of ?-. other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A 8IWQLE ?NSTANOS TO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an instance of dlsoatisfactlon by any one whC
used it On the contrary'. ?H ?re delighted with it? op?,
ration?, and ?peak in torma of commendation of tti
magical effects and medical virtue?. We ?peak in thli
matter ?what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almon
evory Instance where the infant is suffering from poix
and exhaustion, reliof will be found in fifteen or twento
minn te? after the syrup Is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany < ach bottle
None genuino unies? the foo simile ol OCRTIB & PBH
KINS, Now Fork, 1? on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all dmggl?ta throughout the world.
Price only 3ft Cent? per Hot tia.
For aolo by
KING & GASSIDET.
PEREOSOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SULt AN?
WILLIAM fl. WHILDEN & CO.,
Jnne 1? fm?T3mos No. 366 KINO-STRRBT.
FOB SALE BT ?
WILLIAM ti. WUILDEN & CO.,
No. 385 KINO-STREET.
WATOMBI AUD JKWELRY REPAIRED.
OLD O OLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
' Juno IS fmwSmofl
More tap Goods
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY
inform their 1 neilds and customers that
they have this day 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 Merchants' and Platters'
trade, which has just been purchased
in flew York, by one of the li m. at the
lowest cash prices, and will be sold at
CONSISTINO IN PART OF:
1 caso 10-4 DLEAOHED SHEETING at $1 per yard
1 cr.RO 10 4 Bleached Bhooting, Sopor
1 case 5-4 and 6-4 Pillow Cotton
1 caso 3-4 LonRcloth, IB and 20 cents
1 caso 7-8 LonKcIoth, 20 and 24 conts by ptoco
1 coso 4-4 Longcloth, 33 to 10 cents by picco
2 bates moro of thoso super English Longcloths.
Irish Linens at all prices
7, 8 and 10-4 Bleached Tablo Damasks at low prices
Bird Eyo and Russia Diapers lu variety
Liuen Shootings, all widths
Pillow T inens, all widths
Damask Napkins and Doylies in variety
Snpor 8, 10, 12 and 16-4 Domask Cloths
10 and 11-4 Marseilles Quilts, superior quality, at $8
FOR PLANTATION USE.
8-4 BROWN SBEETINGS. PINE AND HEAVY
7-8 Brown Sheetings, Ano and heavy
4-4 Brown Shoetlngs, Ano and heavy
Cotton Osnaburgs, white and striped, vory heavy
40 piceos Blue Denims, assorted
40 pieces Blue Plaid Checks
40 pieces Blue Stripes, heavy
40 pieces Bins Plaids, heavy
60 pieces Twill Stripes, heavy
100 pieces Prints at low price
Colored Handkerchiefs in variety.
A fall assortment of GOODS in our Une, all of which
will be sold at low prices by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KINQ STREET,
Old Stand W. G. BANCROFT & CO.
OPEN THIS MORNING
ONE CASE DeBEQE, AT THE LOW PRICE OP
Ono cabo Wiro Crash, 12} conta.
STOLL, WEBB & IO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
SUPER BLACK BAREGES
SUPER BLACK CHALLIES
SUPEIt BLACK GRENADINES
SUPER 8-4 BARHGESaud
STOLL, WBBB& Ci)..
NO. 287 KING STREET.
LOT COLORED MUSLINS, AT 15 AND 20 OTS.
Lot Colored Muslins, at SO and 10 conts
Lot French Muslins, at 60 and 60 cents
Lot French Cambrics, 35 to GO cents
Lot English Brilliantos, 25 cents
Lot English Grenadines, 30 couta
Lot Lisio Poplins, 40 cents.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
PL\IN AND STRIPED SWISS MUSLINS
Super Mnll Muslins
Snper Nainsook Muslins
Plaid Cambrics at all prioes
Bishop and Victoria Lawn?
Swiss and Cambric Edgings
Thread and Valenciennes Edgings
Lace and Mnalin Collara
Linen Kots at all prices.
An assortment of all GOODS in our line, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KINO STREET.
July 1 wfmlmo
BV *. . II kOti is.
TH1H MORNING, at 10 o'clock.
STOCK OF'A STOKE declmliiK business Mo. 297 King
street, ono door abiivo Wentworth,
10 baskets Impoi tori II Ki Dsnc K CHAMPAGNE
12 cases spauJinp Catawba (genuin* )
60 cases did Bourbon Nhitkey
20 caseH Dnndy
:i eighth casks Brandy, S> ii:i ft te bland
? barrels Hour on Whiskey
20 dozen Alsopp's Alo
CatiebSvYcet Oil and boxes Casillo Soap.
200 TKUNKS AND V,\LI>KS
Lim U h' 1 ravel lug Trunks
A larye Io: of Crockery
CONSISTING OF :
TOILET 8ET, M-|,ch. Bonis Ac. Ac.
1 Fuirbaiik's i'latfi mi (teal**, nearly new
I larne office Rove, mi 30 feet Pipe .now)
Alatgo lotof Collin?.
consisting f?r ;
400 LINEN COATS Lu-ltrs and I'ants
Illaek Doeskin Punts
Mixed roHniuiore Pants
Illaek and Brown CoalH
. DUY OOODS,
LONGCLOTH, Orena-ines. Poplli s. Bummer Shawls,
Linen Cumbric Unn.lkorcbtelH. Black L'oesklu, Taylor's
Canvass, Neck Tim. LudiCH' Hosiery, Htrnw Hats,
Chamorles. Undershirts, Pius, Hair Pins. Lodios'
Slippers and Ladles' Oaiters, Combs, and 2l',i)(i) Panor
2CU ?k1 8EGAR8
A large lo. Demijohns, Flanks.
A variety of OTHER ARTICLE* too numerous to
Halo positive, and all articles to be removed Immedi
ately niter tho sale.
Conditions-Cash on delivery. July 27
Furniture, Top llngqy, Can Fruits, ?le, tie.
BY lluvVKIts ?Si Mi.to'v.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, in our store. No. 127 Mooting
street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,
MAIIOOANY DlNiNGTABLEX. Pine Press, Pino Bu
reaus, Washsiands. Comniou Tables, Cane Seat Chairs,
Hockers, Hofas, Wiro Safes, les House, Bathing'J ubs,
Fringes. Marking Brushes
Blackborrlcs. Ra^phorrles, and Oreen Peas in cans
Boxcb of Black Pepper, ground. cast-B of Uorso Kad
ish, boxos of Spice, Alum, Maple Situar
Shaving Boxes with QiasRes. Scrub Brush's
Second-hand Awning, with nil tho Iron Work, and box
to cover tho Awning
Lot of ulasswure, lot of Pots, Jars, Window Pu liles,
Ono LEA! HER TOP BUUOY in good order
Nina laryo Water Tanks, capable of holding from 150
to 108 gallons each, iron hooped, iu good ordor.
Conditions cash. July 27
Salt, on account ?f all concerned.
BY IIIOMl V Com.A ?fe CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in 8'oro on VandorborBt'*
Wharf, will bo sold,
1G0 sacks LIVERPOOL COABSE SALT; sold for
account of all concerned,
Conditions cash. July 27
Estate Sale- By Order of Administrator.
BY A I.O'/.(I J Wi.I'IK^ SUN.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, 27th ins ant. at 11 o'clock, at
their office. No. C8 East Bay,
A valuable LAW LIBRARY, consisting of most of the
STANDARD LAW BOOKS. Catalogues can ho obtained
upon a-ipllcatlon at their office, No. 53 East Bay.
Conditions cash. July 27
BY JOHN O. AIIL.NOK & CO.
THIS DAY, 27th If st, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold In
our atore, No. 135 Meeting strcot, on account of the
A LOT OF DRY GOODS, saved from the late Aro In
Englisb BAREOE8, Co.ored Lawns, Muslin de Lain?,
Ginghams, Irish Linen, Brown and Printed Linens,
Hosiory, Pins, Diapers, Ac.
Conditions cash. July 37
Merchants'1 Ilotel, with its entire Stock of Furniture
W?I. ?I'IIVKV. Auctioneer.
I will sell, at Public Auction, on the prom?tes, on
THURSDAY, tho 2d oi August, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
under foreclosure of mortgage,
The TWO YEARS UNtXPlRED LEASE, and the en
tire St' rk oi Furniture and Fixtures, together with the
Good Will and Licenses of tho MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
situated at the corner of King and Society streets,
Charleston, S- O.
This Hotel is now in full operation, contains about 76
roomB, and has 60 boarders; can be seen at all hours
during the day by making application at the office.
Torms cash. July 21
Clay Field Plantation.
BY COHEN, HAN? Kl.l. ?? CO.
At Private Sale
ALL THAT VALUABLE COTTON AVD RIOE PLAN
TATION, situated In Obrist Cburch Parish, eighteen
(l8) miles from the village of Mount Pleasant, and
known as "Clay Field," containing about 7376 acres,
The land is or flr?t-rate quality, and is now under suc
cessful cultivation in Rice and Cotton. The crop is in
excellent condition, and promises a remunerative yield.
On the place isa fine family Dwelling Boose, Barns,
Stablea, and all necessary out-bulhlings, with Thresher,
Steam Engine, and laborer?' quarters, recently built
and In first-rate icpalr.
The ahpvo p!ace offers great inducements to persons
wishing ft) live near their plantation during the summer,
being but ash" rt drive from a hcubhy sea-shore resl
denoe. For further particulars and terms, which will
be accommodating, apply as ab',ve, at
No. 40 EAST BAY,
July 11_fraw6_Corner Boyce's Wharf.
Extensive Iron Works-Splendid Investment.
BV SMITH & ?IcUIL.L.1 vit.A V,
Beal Enlute Brokera, No. ?7 Broad street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
At Prlvato Bale
All tbat EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE PROPERTY
generally known as the "SPARTANUURG IRON
WORKS?." beautifully located on tho Pacolet River, In
Ppartanburg Disttlct, 8ottth Carolins, seven miles from
Spsrtanburg Village and nvo miles lrom the Union and
Spartanbnrg Railroad at its nearest point.
This property consists of
a BLAST FURNACES
1 Rolling Mill, With nanni fixtures complote
1 Puddling Fire and 2 Forges, with Tools
1 Machine Shop, with usiul mppiy of Tools
1 Nail Facloiy with four Machines
1 8.1 w Mill and 2 Grits Mil's for use of Works
1 Tram Railroad, with Care, Ac, running 10 nailon
to baal timber, metal, Ac, to works
2 complete Dwellings and Cottages for hands
36 Mules, with Wagons, Harnet a, Ac.
50 head of Cattle, about loo Hogs
Farming Tcols, Household ?nd Kltchon Furni
ture, se, ko.
About eighteen thousand ACRES OF LAND, upon
which tbo above properly is located, about two thirds
of which is in the oro region of Iron a d Gold. The
rest well wooded, with several small (arms upon It. A
meadow supplios all the teams. A fine stock of Coal,
Wood and Ore is ready for use. Climate unsurpassed.
Water pure and abundant. The wuter power equal to
any in the world for driving machinery. The Iron pro
duced t?rala the finest English.
For terms, ko , apply as above. thf m3 July 2C
A FULL. ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILMAM G. WHILDEff & ?0,,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STltEET.
June 15 fmw2mos
BILLIARD CHALE, .
CUL LEATHER AND WAS
HONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, CUES, Ac.
WILLIAM ii. WIIILDEii & CO.,
JunelS fmwQmos No. 255 KING-STREET.
PLATED AND SILVER SPOONS _
FORK8. OA8TOR8. TfcA TRAYS
DISH COVERS, TABLK MATS
TABLE CUTLERY and
For sale by WILLOW-WABJB.
WILLIAM 0. WIIILBEN & CO.,
Jons IB fmw2mos Wo. 3M KINQ-STBBBT.
BOILERS FOB SALE.
TWO THIRTY INCH CYLINDER BOILERS, TWHH
TY-FIVB long, veYy little used. W1U be sold low,
If Applied for immediately, at
V* WILLIAM H. HWNEREY'g,
july 9 mwf No. 814 Meeting-street,