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The Da.ilv _N"ews.
THUllSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 18CG.
L?111.EST CIKDULATION IN THE STATE.
LAUGEST CIJ.C'ULATIC-? IN THE CITY.
?r* THE LIST OW ILiK.T__ii.S re
im ni nina: In the Postoftice at the end
of on o li week la published officially
ta _____ D-\__Y NEWS every _Tri
- SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -
Mutual Benefit Loan Association_We do
eiro to call the attention of the stockholdera of
this oompany to the advertisement of a meeting
to be held this evening, at the Masonic Hall, at 8
o'clock, on buoinoas of importance.
Roper Hospital.-At tbo rogular monthly
mooting of the Medical Society of South Carolina,
last evening, Dr. Wm. C. HoRLDEOR?wa8 eleoted
Physician of the Roper Hospital, vice Dr. R. A.
Dialogues Fran?aises_We had the pleasure
laut evening of assisting at an entertainment,
gi von by the young lad'es of Mesdames Giraud
and Dowell's Seminary, at the Freundaohaftabund
Halle, in Sooioty street. There was a flue attend
ance of tho eft'?e of tho city, who were all much
delighted with the excellont performances of the
Ursuune Academy or the Immaculate Con
ception.-The ladies of this most excollont insti
tution having recovered, in a measure, from the
losses sustained by the burning of the city of Co
lombia, where thoy suffered terribly, will be ablo,
* on the first Monday of September next, to resumo
the exercises of their renowned female acadomy.
What wo could say on this occasion wo aro satis
fied would advance tho interests of this noblo
school but little, but we cannot help suggesting to
those who would know its good works, that thoy
should turn to the hundred* 0f faniilloa lu our
BU\-, ?ntl seo .ouQCotei. with them the graceful
and in lillico?.'-al graduates of this academy of
learning, who, ?hila thoy aro brilliant ornamente
to the social circle? by which they are surrounded,
rare mont olegaut specimens of n thoroughly
finished educatiou, ?ml judge of the tree by ita
Tue Stencsr Rrrtx.-Wo had the pleasure a
few day? astv of ?_____ g ene o? ?hwe vreapon*,
now ou e__ibi_*_ al Mr. C. P. rcrri-v-TtnT.
- H-rviT-r* Sscirv., Xcv 5*5 Kicg-stre*t. The e??Ie
bratud F^*!---? a?<???__a,--!C_xi appears to be at
tr_cn_ja; oj_rK?.><ir_-?r?* .ttcat?MB ?_ -_r._.e ocm
__j__?rfsTR-_3fc?i^T (MRS __-**_.:_*_ ar. partly
-?-iiciit. -Tin _-_n:ii_ __t_? aJDd Carbine, as __
__H_-umiu_ tt_ .w_n. ut tur _:c. a?_5??; ::vv and _*_
.SrLr-liBJj ?__- _it?t?_jf?-tfT__ Jf? >n_s _*. ??>Aair?i _i:h
?_'m>;t(i! nu??.. ioi_ liluE'i ?__?** ___g*r of the i_
iii_7_ia__111.1iiuh.1en7' ?ihs __::? ?fra-ft?- by constant
_?. _i_ ii Jf i_i.:>r*n_.r. 1 i_T>e:i:jr _ieip__.
__* t_i_____h_ L_t* ? ___?__ tLeir pr?-tige in a
grea. _v_K_r* hy ?_.. __* of thi* gun. Every war
serve? to _*T*??-'yp eome ne? ve .pon or projectile.
The late war on thi? eootfntnt brought many dif
ferent styles of nil- into n.e; amoDg them n ne
were eupenor to the .fencer Rifle. This is a
breach, or more properly speaking, _ stock loader,
the latter having a cavity to receive seven cart
ridges. The.e are f.irced forward one by one
into position as the gun is cocked. Thero are no
caps used, as the cartridges have metallio bases,
containing tho fulminatiug powder; this is struck
by the hammer and dunes the explosion. These
guns have an offective range for 800 yards. Tho
Spencer Rifle was patented at Boston, on March
Cth, 1861. Since that time, with the increased
knowledge of warlike material that mankind has
obtained, many improvements could be made.
The gun at present is rather heavy for general
use, and arrangements could bo perfected to in
crease the facility of loading, Ac.
Mayor's Court, August' 1.-An individual who
was brought up for throwing water out of a win
dow, to the danger of long linen coats and etraw
hats, was discharged, having proved an alibi; but
the policeman was not reprimanded, as he could
have obtained any amount of evidence to mia tain
him, that tho person accused looked the very mau
to throw away water.
The next case wai that of a young lady, who
was summoned up on the charge, by an indivi
dual, of thro Ting a flashed poultice into his bar
rel of drinking water-which, no doubt, would
have been an interesting matter to report if bia
Honor had not put a stopper ou it, by deciding
that he had no jurisdiction in the oaso, and the
parties were accordingly diemisBed.
A man, who was reported by thepolioe to be bo
drunk that ho could n't stand, and consequently
was found lying down, waa fined 15, and it seemed
he couldn't stand that, so he resorted to the
bread and water system as a strengt "euer for his
A campanologist who keeps a junk shop for the
benofit of little darkies who stoal belle, but who
keeps no book as the law directs, in consequence
of being unable to road or write, was fined $20,
which was pealed out immediately.
A Superintendent of Streetd was up, as usual,
and fined, as customary.
PB0V08T Court, August 1.-United States vs.
Peter Brown and John Williams (colored).-Sleep
ing in a Railroad Car.-The defendants plead
guilty, their only excuso heiug that they were
houseless wanderers, and the oaru were tempting
resting places. The Court sentenced them to pay
two dollars fine each, or to perform five days hard
labor on the streets.
United States vs. Alfred Oreen, Abram Hamp
ton and John Brown (all colored;.-For Stealing
Lead Pipes and (Street Bells.-The first two
prisoners admitted taking the articles, and Brown
acknowledged that he toted the things. Their
ideas of meum ind tuum were not very well
founded. They evidently believed that oonflaca
cation, "eo-oalled," wa?* a law of nations, aud
spoiling the Egyptians a legitimate transaction.
The Court soon disabused their minda of any
such orroneous impression, by imposing a AD0 of
five dollars each, allowing them the privilege of
substituting hard labor on the street, for fifteen
William Miller (colored) .?. the South Carolina
Railroad Oompany.-$1200 Damage?,-In this case
it appeared that the plaintiff sued the company
on account of injurie, received while in their em
ploy, said Lujarles oatued by negligence, The
company assOVcd that their omployees all agreed
and signed a paper to tho oiTeot that tho road waa
not rctiponaible for any injurie? they might re
etivo while in its employ. Tbo Court refused to
tako coguizanco of thia case, because tho action
was barred by tbo Statuto of. Limitations previ
ous to tho comtuoncomont of Tfostilitios and tbo
occupation of tbo Oity of Charloatou by tho Con
Am Hun Bales Tills Day.
William GunNSt will soil this d?y, on the premisos,
under foreclosure of mortgage, at 11 o'clock, two year?
unexpirod lease, snd the furnituro and fixtures, willi
good will and licenies, of the Mtrobant's Hotel, situat
ed at tho corner ol King and Society stroets.
J. A Enslow & Co. will sell this day, on Brown's
Wharf, at 11 o'clock, sugar, herrings, flour, rope, Ac. ;
also a lot of counter! and counting house desks.
Alonzo J. Whik k Bon w11! tell this day, at the
north of tho Custom Bouse, st 11 o'clock, a pleasantly
sltusted lot and wooden residence In Aiken. Also a two
story wooden houeo on tbo front besch of Sullivan's*
Island, known as tbe Horry Route.
James W. Bbown k Co. will sell this day, alongside
iho schoot-er Ovoea, on Brown k Go's Whsrf, foot of
Vendue Bango, at lOtf o'clock, 2619 bushols damagod
T. M. Cater will ?eli Ibis day on board the schoonor
Healy, at Brown A Co'a Wharf, at 11 o'clock, 0000 bush
els damaged corn.
F. Backus will sell tbli day, at No. 297 Klug street,
ono door above Wonlworlh, at 10 o'clock, tho balance of
Btock In said storo, coneiiting of whiskey, brandy, wine,
di -j goods, clothing, and other articles
MoKat k CampueiL will sell this day, at the north
west cornor of King and Wentworth streets, st 10
o'clock, tho fixtures of a concort saloon, and a set of
Miles Drake will tell this day at his store, corner of
Ulm; snd Llhorty olrcote, at 10 o'clock, an sssortmeut
)f dry goods, clothing, and a variety of other goods.
Millioah, MRi.cnEits k Co- will sell this day at thoir
itoro No. 20 Vendue Range, st 10 o'clock, shouldo?,
jsn-s, ?Idea, whiskey, ko; a lot of dry goods, furnituro,
?, ssddlo and draught horse, ko.
Boweiib k Siloox will tell this day at their storo. No.
127 Morilug street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,a
-cr; Aie lot of lurnllnro, top buggy, an English double
larrol gun, revolver, ko.
Hknby ConiA & Co. will soil this day before their
iinro, Vendue Range, at 10 o'olook, four bibs damaged
Ponto Rico S?oai and Bacon Side? and S?iotjldkrs.
-II Ksn y. l'ou? a k Co. have now landing the very
iholcest of th> to articles, and wo would recommend
ho attention of dealers to the matter.
Flour.-Stenhouse & Co. advertise largo quantities
if super, Intully ?nd rye flour, which they will ?oil lo
ota to the trade, at ttduced prices. \Yo would call the
lotice of such to their card.
PAtXTs, Oil?, Glass, 4c-Our neighbors, Messrs.
tun tu: k Wabbf.s, who ero Importers of everything in
ihts line, keep as fine in assortment sa any establish
ment in the city, and desire an examination of their
?took by the public.
Fncr Stock.- The admirers of Ano cattle, wlU ob
serve in the auction ?lunn, the sdvertisemont of B.
IIcCall. In which he notifies the public of a sale that is
to take placo to-morrow, at No. 91 Cannon-street (west
end , where some elegant stock are to be disposed of.
Paxsstis's Hepatic Bitters.-This valuable prepa
ration, coming as it Jot?.; from tho laboratory of so well
(mown and -kilful a pharmaceutist as Mr. Pa nenin,
lias already made grei: progress In the cttceni of our
romniimiiy, especially with persons suffering from
lyspepsla, or derangement of tho liver, or stomachic
leblllty. The responilbillty of the establishment which
int? forth these bitters, for specific complaints, and not
or every disease which * 'flesh is heir to," is such as to
nuke all who purchase thom know that they are made
>f only those Ingredient? which the proprietor informs
?hem they are c imposed of, and which certainly isa
juarautee that few of (he medical remedies whloh are
jelng published lu every nook and corner of the streets
tt the present time, can lay claim to. For ourselves, wo
ran say that they aro not only of an agreeable taste,
jut a cap Ita i corrective of dyspepsia and a most excel
ent appetizer, and tbtt we firmly believe. If properly
Laken for any derangement of the hepatic functions,
.hoy will make tho parson so using them a very long
"Not for a day but for all time."-Plantation Bit
Hold fast to that which is good.
Never bo without Plantation Bitters In the house
..Thrice it he antedicho hath hit quarreljutt."
Thrice armed against Disease is he who always has a
jotlle of Plantation Bitters in the house.
.'Prevention ii better than cure."
Plantation Bitte na w ill prevent and cure Dyspepsia,
Wertigo, Headacbo, HoArtburn, and eli gloomy, des
pondent and unhappy feelings. Relief In five minutes.
"In time of peace prepare for war."
Whan you are well, or feel the first unpleasant indi
:atlons of approaching sickness, take Plantation Bit
rsa?. They are a sure preventive and cure of Stomachic
and Biliary derangements. tutbsS
A obeat ruDLio wart is supplied by HournazYs'
Homoofatbio Sp?oipics. They are medicines that
father, mother, nuns or invalid can always have at
hand, and apply without danger or delay, and with
prompt benefit and relief. Try them. See advertise
ment Address *
Humphreys' Specific Hoikkopathtc Medicine Co.,
July SO 0 No. 602 Broadway, New York.
An experienced Nurse and Female Physic! tin,
Preaonta to tbe attention of Mothera bor
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, bj
softening the gums, relnclng all Inflammations, wU
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and la
SORE TO REGULATE TEE BOWELS.
Depend apon It, mothers, It will give rast to yourselvei,
Relief and Health to Your Infants.
We have pnt np and sold thin artlole for over thlr?;
years, and can say in conildencs and truth of It what m
have never been able to say of a*- other madlolne
NEVER HAS IT I*AILED IN A 8MQLB INSTAROS TC
EFFECT A ODRE, when timely unod. Never did ays
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any on? whf
uaodit. On the oordrary, aU are delighted with ita ope
rations, and apeak In ter m a of commendation of Hi
magical effect? and medical virtue?. We speak in thii
matter "what wa do know," after thirty years' exp?
rlence, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT W? HERB DECLARE, Id almoai
evory ?nstanos where the infant la suffering from patt
and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twent?
minutes after tho syrop la administered.
Fnli directions for using wlU accompany each bott!?
Mon? genuine unless the foo limite o? OOBTIS As PER
KIMS, New Fork, la on the outside wrapper.
Sold lry au druggists throughout tho worljx,
Prlca only SB Cent? par Bottle.
9mm*" mt* & OASSIDEY.
fabraary tt ?mo titnti?***
SE_T_I_STG OFF !
THE ESTIRE 8T00K OP MILLINERY SAVED
from tiio late Uro will *?o sold wl bout reservo,
BELOW COST, for on? week only, at Mre. B. J.
COTCHETT'fl, No. 263 KING tfTHEEr.
Tlio stock ooroprlse* tlin following :
"*\OE AND SILK BONNET, worth $12-Soiling at $6.
illusion Silk B Jim. t, worth f 1 '-Helling at f I
Orape, Whlto and Colored, worth $12-Selling at $5.
Chip. White and Colored, worth $10-?jelling- at $4.
Bound liais, White ami Colored, worth $8-Bellini;
Glpsey Queens, Whlto and Colored, worth $8-BelUnn
at f 4. B
Boa silica from ti to $2 (trimmed'.
French and American Flowers, French Crapes, Silk
The ubovo goods will be sold singly, or in lots fx? suit
yurchastrs._j)_ July 31
BOOT Al SHOE
A FRESH STOCK
ISTo. 394 King-St.
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT
for Manufacturers of. and
Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in, Ladies', Gent's, Misses',
Youth's and Children's Fine and
Medium Sewed and Pegged
BOOTS AND SHOES, has taken
Store No. 894 KING STREET,
v/here he will keep a large as
sortment of Goods, which will
be sold at the lowest .possible
Our FINE GOODS we warrant
in every particular, equal to
custom-mad? goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of-the Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
Angnst 1 Imo
BOOTS Til IT m BOOTS!
No. 78 BROAD STREET
GFNTLEMEN'B F.NE BOOT*, WATER-PROOF.
Dress, and Pump Boles. Also Oonts' fine PATENT
LEATHER, OaLF FOX.NQ, KID TOP. ALL OALF. and
ALL KID CONGltEB- QAlTiiUS; nude to order. BY
HAND (not machino made), which for A nish and dura
bility are not to be surpassed Purchasers will save
dollars bv buying from the subscriber, for he bas mark
ed his prices down to suit the times. Come one, como
Ko. 73 Broad st, under Carolina Hotel.
Jill? 31 t.itliRinwfO
Wonderful but True!
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologlst and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while In
clairvoyant state, delineates the very featuroa of the per
son yon are to marry, ami bv the aid o? an Instrument
of Intonsa power, known as the Paychomotrope, guar
antees to produce a perfect and lifo-llke plotore of the
futuro husband or wlfo of the applicant, with dato of
marriage, occupation, loading traita of character, ka.
This la no Imposition, aa testimon?ala without number
can assert By sUtlog place of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
?tamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will re
ceive the ploture by return mall, together with desired
Address in confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. O. Box 2a7, West Troy, N. T.
May 8 tut h B.tmo
Public Health---The Press.
Advertising has been pronounced "undignified" by
the mt_ical faculty. A physician who advertises a
vtlnablb remedy to'fifty people in hi? private practico
would receive the cold shoulder from' his professional
brethren should he make its merits known to millions
through the business columns of a newspaper press.
This may be "dignified," butte It benevolent humane
or just? Whoever Is fortunate enough to discover or
Invent anything that will prevent or cure or alleviate
human suffering, la bound to make It known, through
?j^to channel of commun cation within his reach, to
the general public. For man; yeara the merita of
HO TETTER'S CELEBRATED feTOMAOH BITTERS
bave thus been proclaimed to the world, and multitudes
have been restored to health or saved from fatal mala?
die* in consequence. As new facts have been developed
In rotation to the operation of this most pnre and potent
of all Stomachics and Alteratives, they bave been stated
In simple language to the people of many lands; and if
the proprietors of the medicine have derived profit
from their dissemination, thousands upon thousands of
Individu?is have been benefilted thereby to an extent
boyond all estimate. In the West Indies, Canada, Ans*
tralla and South America, Hosteiteu'8 Birria- aro
now recognised as the sole spocifle for Dyspepsia, the
best possible safeguard agalnit epidemics, and the
afinest lnvigorant in cases of General Debility, and the
?roly diffusive atlmulant entirely free from noxious ln
r edi enta._6_Jnly 80
ALBEE _ WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL.
NO. _ IIA?NK-STRI3ET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Augnst 1 Into
MOSES GOLDSMITH k SON*
NOS. M AND 48 VENDUE BANGS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IB?N. M ET ALS.WOOI,.
Hldaa, Bees Wax, Cotton and Naval Stores.
Will pay the btvthett cash prire for any ot the above
artloV.. Keep couaUutl? on ha?<d aa assortment of
IBON for Blaoksmli-' use. Alad, ROPE, BAG ?NO
AND TWINE. tuthsSmo. July 24
m. " . -. _Cu''xri,t'J Out Sale.
.*.* . BACKUS,
No. ?W7 Klng-st_ I ?looa- ali.?ve \v.-niu?.iili
WM ?eil THIS DAY. at If) o', hick " l"'
THE BALANCE OFSlOt'K IN THE ABOVE STOKE
consist?s.? of: '
3 bnrrelsOLD BOUilJOS WHISKEY
1 eighth cask Brandy (-elgnette)
l'.i?-k'?'H of Champagne (Uuldvolck)
Caaes Cut .win Brandy
CaseH Sparkling Catawba Wlno
Odd lots of sample bottles of Brandy, Whis
key, Wine, Ale, Ac.
A large lot of DEM' JOHNS
Wicker Liquor Flacks
Plain Gla*s Flasks, ansortod alzos
A fow Toilet S?ts, and 6 dozen Dowls.
DRY GOODS AND OLOTHlNO.
Grenadines, ihambrays, Dolatnes
Chal?es, Colored MasUns, Merlnoes
Linen Oambrlo Handkerchiefs
Neck Ties, Paper Collars
Belts, Comba. Bair Pins
Straw Bats, Ac.
LINEN COATS, D?STER', PANTS
Vests, Cassimoro Pants, Ao.
6000 Cigars, a lot of Trunks
1 Olio* Case, Counters
1 largo Awning
And a variety of other articles, too numerous to
N. B- Article? purchased at for mor salos, if not called
lor by "mlf-pnm 9 o'clock, will be sold on account of
Condition?-Cash on delivery. Augnst 3
Fixtures of a Concert Saloon.
McKAV di ?-Aftll'U-H-L.1..
Will sell THIS D . Y at 10 o'clock, at the northwest cor
nor of King and Wentworth streets, second story,
OHAins, Tsblos, Bar Counter, (Jos Eixtures, Di cant
ers, Olaeses, Ao.
1 sot BEDROOM FUBMTURE.
Conditions cash on delivery. Articles to be removed
immediately after tbo sale. AuguBt 2
Dry Goods. Clothing, <Stc.
B? MILrtS ?IIVKK.
THIS MORNING, st 10 o'clock, will be sold, at my atoro,
ci mer of Kin* and Liberty blreote,
Pieces PRINTED LAWN, Plain and Dotted Swim,
Figured Delaine, Brown Homespun, Longcloth, Sum
mer Satlnot. Caaslmere, Melton Cloth, Hoking, Ao.
Ladles' White Hose, Men's Brown and Fancy Half
Hofo, Misses' Grey and White Hose, Hickory t-hlrts.
Gen tu' Linen and Oambrlo Hdkts., Black Linen Thread,
Bpool Cotton, Ac.
Gents' Eentuokv Joan SACES
Gouts' Cloth Coats
Gente' Eentucky Jean and Satinet Pants.
MUXIOAN. HIKLCIlK.lt8 ?St CO.,
No. SO Vendue Range,
Will sell THIS DAY, 9d instsnt, st 0 o'clock,
3 BOXES BAuGBD SHOULDERS
1 box Bagged Hams
2 hluls Bacon Sides
X hbl Whlskoy
6 boxes Soap. ' s^
Just arrivivod and will bs sold In lots to suit pur
DRY GOODS, consisting of Wblto and liown Linen
Shirts, Ht.-kory Shirts, ?nil'-rshlrti, Satinet Panta,
Lawn and Whlto Haudkeroblefs, Colored ?ilk Ties.
Men's and Boy's Suspenders, Mixed Halt Hose, Dressing
Cobbs, DnibrelUs; a la? go assortment Bowie Knivos,
3carf Pins, Jewelry, Ao., Ac, just received.
1 SADDLE AND DRAFT HOB8E.
1 LOT FURNITURE._
Cotton, on account of all Concerned.
HY HF.VHV cuBU St co.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, before our store, will be sold,
4 bales DAMAGED COTTON,
Sold for account of ali concerned,
CondtUons cash. August 2
~SEGAE8 AND TOBACCO.
JjnsT RECEIVED, A LOT OF IMPORTED GENUINE
HAVANA SLGaRS and TOBACCO, ot the lollowlng
30.000 M'"DI A REGALIA
20,000 CONCIA REUALIA
L-.000 MEDIA KEG ALIA BRIT?NICA
20 (JOO LONDRES, 1st
2,2 0 INGENIEROS
0UO pounds SMOKING TOBACCO, "Joven Amer
* lea," in pound and li ?If pound packages.
ALSO. IN HTOllE:
A lot of fine DOMESTIC CHEWING AND 8MOKING
TOBACCO AND HEGARS.
Ooutlemtn desirous of smoking a choice article of
GENUIN K HAVANA SEGAItS, can bo served to their
JOHN B. TOGrNTS
NO. 121 MEETING STREET,
August 2_ 3_Opposite Ice House.
BLACK CYPRESS POSTS FOR
JU8T RECEIVED, A CHOICE LOT OF BLAOK OY
PRKSa POSTS, G inches t-quare, 10 feet long. The
Cypress aro the most durable posts over used, being
well adapted to low wet lauds.
Gate and otbor posts furnished to order. Apply at
No. 32 WASHINGTON STREE .'. next above Calhoun.
August 2_3*_R. 8. SANDER8. Agent
CHAMPAGNE. CORDIALS. &c.
m_\f\ BASKETS PIPER'S HEIDSEIOKOHAMPAGNE,
20 esses G. H. Mumm k Co.'a Verzenay Champagne,
quarts at d pints
"? .. ? j n?~ii.i.l C?rseos, Annlse'te, No
? w.?!? aS^ir^tr*' ? ye?u- **?*"> Armand,
Wvnand Fochlnck j * ?rrack, Ao.
15 esses superior Olive Oil, "Brandenbarg Freres"
10 esses superior olivo Oil, "E. Fonade"
5 cases superior Lucca OH, in flasks
20 dozou English Pickles, assorted, quarts and pints
10 dozen English Mushroom Ketchup, pinta and half
10 doz-n Lea and Perrin's Worc?ster Sauce, plots and
6 dozou Harvey'a Sauce, half pints
30 dozen London Mustard, 1 pound and X pound,
''Keen's," and -'Crosse A Blackwell'?."
Received by late arrivals, and for sale by
July 30_mth2_D P<UL k CO.
RATAFIA, SYRUPS AND
1 f\ OASES CHERRY RATAFIA
L\J 16 cases Syrups 1 Raspberry, Strawberry,
Assorted ) Pineapple, Lemon and Orgeat.
5 dozen superior Raspberry Vinegar
5 gross Flavoring Extracts I Vanilla, Rose, Almond,
?'Burnett'?" j Lemon and Celery.
For eale by D. PAUL A CO.
FISH AND MEATS.
?A/\ PACKAGES BOSTON MACKEREL, SIZES
O \J V J and Nos. to suit
800 packages Pickled Herring
100 bbls. Mess Heef
/30 bbls. Mees Pork
60 bbls. Prime Pork
200 boxes codfish
25 kit?Salmon Iront
10 bbls 8ngar Cured Hams
10 bbls Smoked Beef.
AU of the ahovo for sole low to close out stock.
GEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
At 8. S. Farrar Bros. A Co.'? Old Stand,
.Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAR.
.; /.? BHDS. CHOICE PORTO BIGO SUGAR
?i O 60 barrels Choice Potto Rico Sugar
10 barrais Chulee 81. Orolx Sugar.
Landing ex schooner ..Satllle," and for ?ale by
August!_8_HENRY COBIA k 00.
CHOICE BACON SIDES AND
ne BHDS. CHOIOB BACON SIDES
?tj 25 hhds choice Bacon Shoulder?.
Landing this day ex steamer Adele, and for sale by
August 1_2_HENBY COBIA k CO.
No. 193 EAST B.A-Y.
J. 8. S?HIRMER,
WHOLESALE DEALBS IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TIC RICE. An assortment of all grade? con
______ on hand._ June 88
A UA VI-AliH-NTH ?A/A NT ICO TO
, ?eu a new mm wonderful BE WING MACHIN a
rtieimiyoheap-mailccnaed. AddwaaSBAw** CLARK
etddetosx? Mart. ekptsanbet U
R?sidence in Aiken, S. (,'.
HY Al.<>.%/?. J. Will IK .?. SO-v.
Will bo sold, Tlllrt DAV, tim 2<1 Align?t, nt 11 o'clock,
at tlio north < f the Custom ll< ubi?,
A pleasautly situated WOOLKN III SIDENCE in
tho healthy town o a Ikon, H. C.?-tho Lot m ? ?hu ring
a d containing on Railroad Avcnuo turco hundred (300)
lent, moro or less, and lu depth filly (60) feet, moro or
Ichs. Bounded to tim n irtli on pioprrtv of Rachel Bar
rett and Geo. W. Mccormick ; to tlio Rotuli hy Railroad
Avenus; to tho west by X*?ichaw street, and (o tho east
on Hum tor street. Ou the prtiniHOS are a largo
Barn. Klt'-.hon, and all ncicssaiy outbuildings; also,
one well of water. i
Condition? cash; purcliosor lo pay un for requisite
House on Sullioau's Island.
_", , BY ALO?ZO J. W11 IT IO .<_ sow.
Will bo auld IBIS D\Y, Iho 2d Auguat, at 11 o'clock,
. ?.- at tN0 north of tho Custom Houso,
A TWO BTOi Y WOODt.N UOUSt, Bliuated on the
front beach of Sullivan'? Island, known as tho Horry
Houso, together with euch right? and privileges of tho
Lot ?s may belong to present owner.
Conditions cosh; purchaser to pay ub for reqnlirito
Merchants' Hotel, with its entire Stock of Furniture
WM. til it vim, Aucflonccr.
I will sell, at Publlo Auction, on the prom?tes.
TBI8 D Y, tho 2d of August, _t 11 o'clock, A. M
under foreclosure of mortgage.
The TWO YEARS U.NtXPlRED LEASE, and tho en. .
Uro Stock oi Furniture and Fixtures, together with tho
Good Will and Licenses of tho MER'HANTrj' HOTEL,
situated at the corner of King and Bociety Btreets,
Charleston, 8. 0.
This Hotel 1b now In full operation, contains about 75
rooms, and bas 50 boarders; can lie Been at all hours
during the day by making application at Ino office
Tonna cash._ Auguat 2
2019 Bushels Damaged Corn, on account of Un
derwriters and all concerned.
JA Al KM W. lllt?'\V \ .v CO.
Will cell THIS DAY, tho 2d lust, alongado schooner
Cvoca, on Uro. n _ Co.'e Wharf, foot of Vendue Ranee.
at half-past 10 o'clock,
2619 ulJHlIKl.H WHITE CORN, damaged on board
schoonor o voca, on hor voyagn from baltimore to this
port, and sold on accouut oi underwriters and all con
Conditions cash._ August 2
Furniture, Top Buggy, dr., &c.
BY BOW Kits .- Mt.t OX.
Will bo rold, THI8 DAY. in our atoro. .No. 127 Meeting
street, opposite Market, at 10 o'clock,
A vory une MAHOGANY WAI.DKOBB, neatly fitted
up insldo with Trays aud Drnwttrs, High Dosk, Ma
hogany Dining Tables, Ice House, Cupboard, Itedeteads,
Matiro8ses, PI low and Holster, a Har ?jouutcr, Tub for
washing Tumblers, Counter ?Scales, Lim? s, Black*
herries and Oreen Peas in cane, pounds tf lOd. Nails,
Sa?hes, Sliding Bash, Ac. Ac.
One vory Ano DOUBLE BAKREL ENG II8H GUN, as
good sb new; one Leather Top Bag;*? in good order,
and a good Revolver.*
Conditions cash. August 2
Six thousand bushels Corn, onjaccounl of Under
writers and all concerned.
BY T. H. CAT tv*.--.
Will be sold THIS DAY, on iboard tho sehr. Healy,
at 11 o'c ock, on Brown's Wharf,
6000 bushell CORN, damaged on her vo? age from Bal
timbro to this port, and sold on account of underwriters
and all ooncerned.
Conditions cash._August 2
Beeves, Bulls, MUch Cows and Calces, Springers ?
Heifers, de, from Imported Stock and ?'?? jine
BY B. llfcC .>_._..
At Auction, TO-MORROW, the 3d Inst., at 12 o'clock, at
the west end oi cannon-street, No. 91, will bo sold,
Two large FAT BEEVES, two young Scotch Bulls,
four Milch Cows, good _ llkor*. -1th ?ouug O-lvcs,
throe beautiful 8priDgorB, two H?lfcre. He. all from the
best It-ported Stock, and are in flne condition. Can be
examined from 8 to 7 o'clock this afternoon and to-mor
row, before sale, at No. 9. Canuon-street. Sale positive.
Terms cash Immediately after sale. Unlimited stock
received morning of sale._AugUEt 2
Furniture of a Family Declining Housekeeping.
BY It. Al. MAIt.S'.ALL.
TO-MORROW, 31 August, at 11 o'clock, will.be sold, be
fore mv 8alos Room. N?> 33 Brosd-street,
1 COTTAGE SET OF t'UKNIT. RE
12 New Cane Heat Chairs. Marble Top VTa'hstond
Bureaus, Birbtcud?, Waidro'rs, 8"fns, Lounges
Mattresses, Sideboards. Ice lionnes
Wire Safe, Crib, Crockory, Giacswaro
22 yards Oil Cloth, Cooking Uttntlls
And sundry other Articles._August 2
CHIEF *IU A HT K. KUI vs TIOIls OFFICE.,
Department of the Carolina-, |
CHA11I.K8TON, B. C, Jilly 30, I860. I
Will bo bo Bold at Public Auction, at No?th Commercial
Wharf, at 10 o'clock A. M.. August ililli, 180?, tho 0.
8. steamer "PLAN1 ER," with all ner equipments.
The "Planter" is well adapted lor carr.? ing cotton,
having capacity for one thousand bales. II? r bull and
machinery are in perfeoe order. H???> Is 160 feot long;
46fcot beam; 7 feet depth of hod; drvt :lit 6 feet; has
two tubular boilers; two hnrilOi .al hlg i-pressure en
gine?, not connected; diameter oi .? .wider 20 inches;
stroke of piston 0 feet -
Terms cash, in uovernmont funds.
P. W. THOMAS.
Brevet Lieut Col. and Chief Quartermaster.
C. K. HUGEB,
No. 137 MEETINGr-ST.,
CIIAItLI-STUN. S. C.
LOOOMOTIVES, KAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
v?ILDER'3 SALAMANDER SAFES, &aA>
PLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARE
COTTON PICKERS, ?bo., to.
sKT Represented by Monars. M. K. JESSOP k CO.,
THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT OF THE AGE. IT
will enable a hand to pick three times the usual
quantity in a day. Vor sal? nt Manufacturer's prlco by
0. E. HUOEE. ii gent,
August a 6 No. 137 Meeting street
TTflD POBLIO ABB RE3PE0TFOLLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS ara now mode
by the same person who made them for over twenty
jean for .tune? Moorhead. He having the original ro
oelpt, can oonldently recommend them equal to any
made during Moot head's Ulfa time.
So'd In quantities to suit purchasers at No 00 CAL
HOON-PTRBJST, louth -Ide. between Mating and Au
son ?treats. JAMES MoKHAN.
.Tilly 11 UM