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FRIDAY MORN'NO, AUGUST 3, 1-G6.
LAKUEST CUMJULATMJIi IH TILE STATE?
LARGEST CIKCULATICK LN THE CITY.
?r THE XjIST OF IiKTTERS re
maining In the PoBtofnoe at the entl
of saoh weels In published offloinlly
In THE DAILY NEWS every fri
Ita- SSB SECOND AND THIRD PACES. **t**
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Late from tub Coast.-The Btoamor Samson,
Capt. Denette, arrived hero yesterday from
Doboy, Tybee, and other points that are occupied
as hospitals along tho coast. Capt. Denette
reports the health of the troups at Ty bee as im
proving, and the oholora abating rapidly. The
Samson will leave at once for a visit to the hos
pitals on the ooast north of us, extending her trip
into North Carolina.
Death from Cholera.-Ia formation bas reach
ed us, whioli we think roliable, that Capt. Aiiom
BALD Marines, who lived here for many yearn,
carne to hiB death suddenly from cholera at Pa
latka, Fla., during the past week. The deceased
tras a native of North Carolina, and carno here,
we think, originally as an officer in the Wilming
ton steamers, and has been an officer on steam
boats in this ni ighborbood for a long period. He
was attached to tbo steamer Sylvan Shore, on the
route from Savannah to Florida, at the time of his
death, and we think he leaves a family lu tina
Takjno Care of the Firemen.-lu Baltimore
a number of prominent citizens have started the
project to insure the firemen of tho oity against
accident while in the discharge of their duty. It
ia proposod to raise a specific amount, and Mr.
Tiiob. 0. McQuire, tho Bnltim -ro agent, has
agreed to isauo policies on the firemen at a great
ly reduced rate. Tho object ia to supply the fire
men with the moans to take* care of themselves
and families in the event of their being so dis
abled that they cannot pursue their ordinary avo
cations ; and in case one or more of them uhall bo
killed while laboring to aubdue a fire, their fami
lies will teccive several thousand dollars, suffi
cient to place them in a position of independ? nee,
and with means upon which to begin business.
Ought not an effort like this to be made in our
city, which oan boast of a department surpassed
by none in the country ? .c
The New Steamship Th?odore D. Waoneh_
The new and superior propeller ship Theodore I>.
Wagner, Captain Rodney Baxier, arrived here
from Boston, ou Wednesday night, having loft ou
Saturday Ust. The Wagner is called in compli
ment to our enti-rprieing and noblo-hoarted fo!
low-citizon, Tuhouore D. Wagner, who ia gene
rally rendy with his mind and liia pnrso to assist
every laudable enterpriao. This fino steamer has
been filled up expret-sly for the trade between
Boston and thi? city, and it is to be hoped that
the thriving business which existed between the
two cities boforo the war -sill be assisted to re
newed growth by Iho facilities afforded by this
fine vessel and her sister ship soon to be on tLe
The Wagner is consigned to Mr. A. J. Salinas,
and baa brought a most excellent freight, con
signed to variofiB parties in the South. It is neod
leBB for us to notice Capt. Rodney Baxter, whoso
tried seamanship and excellent qunliiies, both as
an officer and a maa, aro thoroughly appreciated
wherever ho is known.
The Charleston Hotel.- It will be observed,
by reference to our advertising columna in to
day's issue, that Mr. William White and Mr,
George Mixer have associated themselves for the
purpose of conducting the affaire of this old
established and popular house. The ability witl
which Mr. White has mann god tho intricate ar
rangements of this large hotel for years, is tot
well known by the public for us to attempt to com
pliment him at this lato period; and the skill o
Mr. Mixed, being long an assistant to his father,th<
best hotel-keeper in the 8outh, is too familiar t<
all to causo a dount for a moment that it will bl
superintended in a superior Btyle.
Alterations and repairs are now being ma.de ii
the interior of tho building on a large Beale
which whon finished willcauae it to he recognizei
as second to none in the country in its cuisine, it
comforts, or its cleanliness. The unsightl;
"crystal palace" haB already been taken awaj
and the spot it occupies is covered with green an?
budding bushes, ovidently allowing lhat it is th
intention of the proprietor? that all not comely i
to be removed, and their places filled only wit
Dialogues Fran?aises.-Tho pupils of Mei
dames Girard & Dowell'b Seminary gave a
entertaiom-iut on tho evening of the 1st at th
hall of the Freuudschaftsbund, in Society stree
Tho popularity ot this establishment, and ti
" well known character of it? principale and the
effective ossie?anta, iuduced a large audience I
be present. The room waa rather warm, but ti
fans were plied in that cool and graceful mann?
which is eo natural to the fair box, and ever at
anon a goalie zephyr would bo impolled in oi
direction. The exercises were opem d by the r
citai of a prologue ey a young lady (Madame Q.
grand daughter)-the worda being written 1
Mrs. Ball. There were fonr pieces, or dialogue
recited in the following order : 1st. "LaBabttlan
(the Chatter Box) ; 2d. "La Fete do la Mero" (ti
Mother's Birthday) ; 3d. "Le Petit Bas Bleu" (ti
Little Blue btookiug) ; 4th. "La Fete de ?
Cathorine." Tho intorval between theso piec
was agreeobly filled by musio ?rom the pupi!
There wa? a large and attentive audience pr
Bent, among whom wore a plontiful sprinkling
the sterner sex. Beauty and fashion, howev<
oarried the day. Vo one-looked at the men-n
even tho ladies ; they were completely iu the ba
ground, and it was oulv by stolen glancea tb
they could obtain a sight of the stage.
Mesdames Qikard & Dowell doserve t
thanks of the community for making these ont<
tainmentB public The march of intellect shot
not be impeded, and giving theoo performanc
publicity will, we believe, tend to promote t
effioWioy of an already popular Seminary. Thi
vacation eommoueed on the 1st, and will be or.
tinned until the 15th September, when the ex?
oIbob will be resumed.
TnE Market.-Among tho many improvomonte
that havo taken piuco rocontly, nono aro moro
noticoablo than the presont condition of tho mar
kot. Our Conscript Fathers aro effecting a
thorough chango. Tho Markot Hull is boin? ro
fitted, and will bo usod in futuro by the diff.-ront
Aro companies. In tho markot proper, tho white
wash brush has imparted a plcasiug appoaranco
of purity and cl.-anlinoss. Tho gas fixtures will
soon bo replaced-tho former ones having boen
stolon by soldiers. Tho sheds aro being covored
with a patent Are-proof paint. All damages by
war aro boiug repaired, and our city authorities
seom determined to have a clean markot. The
present officers are : Chief Clerk, W11. Kikkwood,
Esq.; First Assistant and Clerk of Woights and
Measures, Mr. J .?.ron F. Souir.hr ; Second Assis
tant, Mr. War. WnuEits. Those last namod gentle
men have thoir offices at the end of tho fish
market, where tho liceneo paid by tho fleh ven
dors is collected. The omeo of Publie Weigher is
ulled by Mr. Joiin F. Gaillard. The scale house
and platform his recently been pnt in thorough
order. Mr. Gaillard, the presont incumbent, by
bia promptness and efficiency, has mudo many
The Board of Commissioners of the Market are
thirteen in numbor, of whom Coas. M. Fu hman,
Esq., is Chairman. Wo anderstand that it ia the in
tention of the Commissioners to have the market
rules and regulations printed, and posted in
prominent places along tho whole ronlo, eo that
all who run may read. The violations that have
occurred aro traced aa much to ignorance as any
other cause, and it is hoped will be obviated by
Mayor's Court, August 2.-An individual, the
owner of & biting dog, was brought up on a
charge, made by a gentleman, that tbo animal
had snapped at the hand of his little son and-left
bia mark, as could be seen by the Court, the
child being presont. The Mayor.stated that those
cases had several times bein brought before bim,
but having no jurisdiction he would suggest a
prosocution in tho Court of Sessions, as ho had
advised in previous cuses.
A sailor, who got bluo from drinking red liquor,
and then went to sleep in an alley thinking it waa
the entry-way of his boarding house, was picked
up by the police and carried before his Honor
who fined him f5 for making euch a mistake.
A man, who was charged with being a thief,
gambler and loafer, was put in the hands of the
detectives, who will, no doubt, bring him to a
sense of his situation.
An Irishman, ??ho was drunk for the first timo,
as ho said, and had used suporhuman exertions
to get into a fight, with but little success, was
unod $5, which he regretted paying, having had
A tavern-keeper, who was placed at the bar for
keeping a disorderly house, was fined $15, but
having declined to pay it, ho was put into tho
hands of a magistrate, who will turn it over to
one of thoso lenient juries which so distinguish
our Courts of Sessions.
Provost CorjnT, August 2.-united States us.
Wm. Gregurie (colored).-Disorderly condo ot.
O. J. 0_urfrS-i, d.U-ctive, deposed that the de
fendant and others Vero rab-iig a row around a
fair given in BerresTord street. The prisoner was
very pugnacious, and evidently was Iho ringleader
of tho party. The persons giving lbs fair com
plained of him, and ho ?as arrested by deponent.
Gregorio could not controvert this statement, and
the Court found him guilty, and sentenced him
to pay 15 uno, or ten days' hard labor on tho
United states vs. Edward Wood (colored?.-Car
rying concca'cd weapons and shooting.-It ap
peared by tho ovidonce that tho prisoner had a
pistol in his hand which he was playing with.
While amusing himself in this way the pistol wat
fired off, the ball striking Captain Maitland in
the lip. Wm. Porcher ran out and took the pis
tol away from the defendaut, who said that it had
Jas. N. Brown testified that ho was presont
and saw defendant point the pistol_ did not point
it at any one. The pistol was fired aocider tally
There was no difficulty between tho parties. Tin
Court found tho shooting to be accidental, bu
found the prisoner guilty of carrying concealer.
weapous, and turned him over to the Frcedmen'i
Bureau, confiscating the pistol.
Tho hot woather has boon very influential ii
less-niiiR tho busin'ss or this Court. Tho crim
f inal docket is very small, the most of the linn
5 being occupied in hearing tho civil cases.
, Grober &, Martin.-This firm has poBsessioi
now of the old and favorite Blore, No. 238 Ring
Btroet, so well known to the inhabitants of ou
city as "Porti-r'b," and their familiar faces wi
1 not, consequently, bo lost to the numorous pm
s chasers who always congregate there. To dei
y with one in an establishment for twenty yean
and to bo served by another for ten, both exhib?
ing a politeness to customers and an anxiety t
accommodate in all that timo not surpassed i
any other store, must leave a good impressic
upon friends, aud an earuest happiness at the
success in becomine togolher proprietors of 1
fine a business aa tiioy now have charge of. y
congratulate these gontlemen, and wish the
atoro all the custom tho merits of its owne
make it deserve.
At a regalar monthly meeting of the Toni
America Firo Engine Company, held last ovonin
the following officers wore elected :
J. ROSES. Chief Fnglneer.
W. MAHON-'Y. Assistant Engineer.
E IUJHN8 Fourth Director.?
W. W haBT, Ha-oreUry. t
M LvWLEtt, hird Asman.
M. oainN?N, Fourth Asman.
. Kit-WM. Mabonbt. eleotod Assistant Engineer.
1 Vice W, R. -mut., resigned.
The Cholera at T?bee.-The roporfc from t
island to-day is of the most encouraging chu
arter, showing, as it does, a rapid abatement
the cholera. There was but one doath yoaterd
and no new esses. Tbero are now under trei
mont eighty-four old eases, and yesterday four
the convalescent were discharged from tho h<
pital and returned to duty.
We are gratified also to learn that the genei
health of the troops is improving.
[Savannah News and Herald of Wednesday,
Tue, Savannah Board of Health.-This bo
met last eveui ig, aud there being no baeiness
importance before it, remained in session bu
short time. The reports from the different wai
show that the entire city is in excellent ?anita
condition, and unprecodeDtedly healthy. I
nnmber of interments for the week ending Ji
80th, Is nineteen-fonr whites and Aft? on colon
A e j-imuiiicatiou was received from His Hoi
tho Mayor, stating that the ?Unguter bon
which had been reported m a n_i_ac_e, will be
Am'iDii Ralos This Day.
It. M. Mahsuall will sell this day, bcforo his sales
room, No 33 Broad slrool, at li o'clock, a cottago ?et,
chairs, bedttcads, so?as, louiigos, wardrobes, tie. Also,
oil cloth, cooking utensils, &c.
B. Mi-Cam. will sell thia day, at No. 91. west end of
Gannon street, at 12 o'clock, beeves, bulls, mhch cows,
Miles Duakk will sell this day at his sloro, cornor of
King and Liberty streots, at 10 o'c ock, 60 catCB of boots
and shoo*, well selected and oupnolaily eul'cd to this
market; also dry goods, clothing, and other articles.
L. Bunch ft bos will soil this d?y, at store No. COS
King Ptrett, at htlf-p? t 9 o'clock, a buggy aud har
ness, brandy, furniture, &c.
Gbocemes_William GrjanEv, at No. 102 East Bay,
Ii?b just ri'Cflv d h ?mo uno scgars, lard, ayrup, mocke
roi, &c, which he will disposo of at as low rates ss can
Lime -Large quantities of finishing and Eastern Hmo
haven con Hy been resolved by Olney k Co., Noa 9 and
11 Vondtio Bange, who have also in store cement,
plaster, hair, lumber, and every other article required
Ctpress Posts.-Persons who are putting up fences,
and desl?e these very di rabio posts, will please read
the advertisement of It. B. Banders, agent, in our leeue
Attention is called to tbo advertisement of our young
friend Levin in to-day's Newb. We are infoimed by an
excellent Judge that iho whiskey advertised Is a most ex
Panenis's Hepatic Bitters.-It Is a wiso disponso
tlou of Providence that In the same locality where some
diseases exist, tho roo'8 and plsuts whloh are certain
remedies for tbem aro often to bo found, walting only
for Industrious hands, guided by Intelligent heads, to
pluck th? m from the earth and artango them as nature
directs for the benefit of mankind. lu our section of
country, where complainte of the livor, dyspepsia and
chills nd fever make Ufo mltorable and rack tho human
frame, the vegetable cures are abundant, but they have
waltod for Borne identifie- mind, like that of Mr. Pank
nin, te take thom from tholr hidden places, and extract
ing their medical properties prepare a remedy Ilk his
most excellent "Hepstlo Bitters." Although this prepa
ration Is compiratlV'-ly new In our community, it has
boi-n extensively usod by sufferers of diseases which It
is Intruded to alleviate, and we hear It highly pralsod
by all of thom with whom we have come in contact,
aud we would, tborefore, earnestly recommond ft as
odo of the finest tonics and correctives of the present
A onrAT PODLIO want Is supplied by Humi'iiiip.yr'
Homceopatbic Specifics. They are medicines that
father, mothor, uurao or Invalid can always havo at
hand, and apply without danger or delay, snd with
prompt benefit and relief. Try them. See advertise
Humphreys' Bpecimo Homcsopathic Mkdiotnb Co.,
July MO 0 No. sr?2 Broadway, New "fork.
GBOVER & BAKER
A NOTHER LOT OF THOSE OELEBRATED 8EW.
/\ ING M AU H INKS received. These MachlneB are
warra a tod by .
H. W. KINSMAN,
AGENT G. k B. 8. M. COMPANV,
August 3 2 No. 279 KuiK-i-treet, up nairn.
RE- O leElST I INT C3
OLD milKiUI DRUG II?.
GOODBrH, WIN EM AN & CO.
DIRECT 1MPOBTER8 AND WHOLESALE DEAL
OHOIOE DRUG""!. OHEMIOAL8, OHEMIOAL RE
AG-iSia, FLU D EXTRAOTd, GLl83WAltB, PAINTS
?iriLE, Unu? iinNQTASri,V QV HAND A QGH
W pLK.TEaBSortii.ent of the above, togeuf?r win
all the most approved
Which they offer to the fltv and Country Trade at low
Mi?rchont?, Physician? and Plsnters can depend oi
having tbeir ordnra filled with accuracy and dispatch
W? Bimi? avep no HOOD i lu our ESTABLISHMENT tha
we oaunot warrant the quality of.
GOODRICH, VIN GHAN & CO,
No. 153 MEETING-ST.
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
An experienced Nurse aud Female Phystclar.
ProuontB to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, 1
softening the gums, reluclng all Inflammations, w
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodlcactlon. and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest to yonraelvt
Relief and Health to Tour Infant!
We bave p-nt np and sold this artlole for over tnir
years, snd can say In confidence and truth of it what l
have never boen able to say of a*- other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE IN8TANOE1
EFFECT A ODRE, when timely used. Never did v
know of an instance of dissatisfaction hy any one wl
nsed it On the contrary, all aro delighted with Ita ot
rations, and apeak In terms of commendation of 1
magical effeots and medical virtues. We speak in ti
matter "wiiat we do know," after thirty years' esj
rtenoe. and PLEDGE ODBSBLVE8 FOB THE FULPI
MKNT OF WHAT WE HEBE DEOLABH. In aunt
every Instance where the infant Is suffering from pi
and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twen
minutos arter the syrup is administered.
Fall ?ilrectionn for ruing will accompany tach bott
Noan genuine unless the loo simile o? 0UHTI3 k PB
K1N8, New York, is on un? outside wrapper.
iota by al) drngglsu throughout ?lie world.
Price onty 35 Canta per Bottle?.
Vox tale by
KING & CAS8IDE7.
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KU1A1 ilAVA-la -.oTl'biH V <#* Ota? A
CONUliUTKD BY THE SPANISH QOVBBNMKJ
I8?O.O0O IN GOLD DRAWN EFEBY 8KVSNTU
PrUtescsihe? and lniornia?oo fainlshed.
The ?lK?oet rute? paid lor Douni jons ana all ilofl
(som ?n rinv-ir. 1 i? .?? A UO., 15ou k.n,
.feora.-.ry a 6ao Mc-1?'M?Akmtk*\ He? . otl
SILVER. SILVER. SILVER.
DOLLARS HALVr 8. QUARTERS. TEN ANO FIVR
CEN I PIK0K8. for ?vi?lcl. tue highest prico will be
A. M MORELAND,
BRI ?KER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
August 3 Iww3 No. f. Urond ?troct (Op Blairs).
BANK B.LLS! BANK BILLS!
BA?K III 1.1.-- !
BANK BILLS OF ALL SOUTHERN BANKS BOUGIIT
al Highest price by A.M. IIOhELAND,
Broker and Real Estate A >ont,
A-KOBt 3 fmw3 No. 0 Broad street (Up Btulra).
HIGHEST RATES PAID.
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East (tay,
July 31 Corner of Aocommodtilou Wharf.
ON NEW YORK AND LIVEBPOOL, BOUGHT AND
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, BANK NOTES, STO0K8,
BONDS. CO.PO.N8. Ac, by
July ?5 wf4 GEO W. WILLIAMS k CO.
I S\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING AS
L\J SOOIATION STOCK.
Apply at this otRoe. Jul- 13
A FRESH STOCK
_N"o. 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,
where 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 a goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of the Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
August 1 linn
w. s. c.
CLUB HOUSE GIN,
PURE, SOFT AND UNEQUALLED
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
jN"o. 259 King-street,
SOLE IMPORTERS IN THE UNITED STATE!
This Brawl Established at Rotterdam
Holland, in 1785.
THE EXTENT TO VrHIOH VARIOD8 BRANDS 0
8PURIOU8 ?IN8 are sold in tills country maties it ti
boundon doty of the public to INVE81IG-TE Til
MERITS OF THE STIMULANTS OFFERED FO
BALE, and wo beg leave to state that tlio OLTJB HODS
OIN Is the same as ORIGINALLY INTRODOOED lot
this market under that name TWELVE TEARS 8INC
by the proprietors, BLANKENHE.M * CO., ROTTE1
DAM, H? L-AND, whom we have the honor to repi
sent; and we aro folly prepared to supply the THAI
on the most favored terms with an article without 1
equal lp tho market, being the PURE ARTIOLE in i
finest DRINKABLE CONDITION AND FLAVOR, sue
as sold by the FIR8T-OLA88 DEALERS ia Hollan
England, and all over tho world.
No further proof Is wanted of Ita SUPERIORITY thi
to know that it Is recommended for Its parity 1
VESICAL MEN OF THE HIGHEST STANDING, wl
scknowlsdge that tho CLUB HOUSE GIN possess
more MEDICINAL PROPERTIES than any Oin plec
before the publio; and, therofore, particularly rocoi
mond it as an article that only requires to be known at
tested to be appreciated.
Wm. 8. CORWIN & CO.,
NO. 269 KING-STREET.
July ?8 mwf _OPPOMTB HABEL
OAA OASES IMPORTED 0LABET8 OT FAVC
0\JVJ 17. K brutda, for sale at New York prices.
Wm. 8. CORWIN & tfO"
Ho. 259 KING-8TRBET,
July 23 mwf OPPO-IfB HABEL
BY It. M. MARSHA) L..
THIS DAY, :id Irmt., at li oil.uk. ?Ill bo sold, at my
omeo, No 3H Uro k1 ..weet,
1 MAHOOAINY HUT CIIAMIlr.lt rllltNlTURE. con
stating of Wardmbo, B. uM..-ad, Cliulro, usrble-Top
Win-liHininl and Drowsing Tuolo. 1 haoiUonio Br ocate 1
Hete, 1 bandsomo Velvet Hof? aud Cb 1rs Marble-Top
Tobies, I lot of Huoes, 1 lot ot Cutlery, I bliut U nu, 1
Revolver, a Watches.
1 MILCH COW. Augusts
Furniture of a Familtt Declining H> uStkeeping.
BY It. ni. ni \ ? - ali..
THI8 DAY, .lil August, ot 11 o'clock, will bo sold, be
foro my Salon Room. N?> :<:) Droid-atreet,
i Cottage set or kurni iuue
13 Now Cane neat Cbatrs. Marbi. Top Wasbstand
Bureaus. B>d?-t?-de, Wiulro c? Solas, Lounges
MnUrisac?, Sideboards. Ice Houses
. Wiro Safo. Crib, Oroikory. Oiaaswuro
22 yards Oil Ololh. Cuokiiin Utt-ncils
Aud sui'dry other Articles. August II
Roots and Simps.
BY nin.i.s DiiAiiii.
THI8MORN1NO, at lo o'ehxk, will ho sold, ot my
st'?re. corner ol Kin? and Ltlxity ?trecte,
60CA8E8BOOiSANDstIi?E.v welUelecieo and ad
mirably suicd t..r till? ujurket, Just revived by steam
ship J . D Woiner.
7 cases, 168 pair, Men's Calf and Buff 1?. 8. BALMO
4 cases, 80 par, Men's Calf and Buff P. S. Brognns
5 canes. 120 pairs, Me.'sCa f, ragged and sowed, Oxford
i cwes, 48 pairs. Men's Calf P 8. Boots
2 ca.es, 48 pairs, Men's Peb O ruin Congress
2 co-en, 48 pairs, Buys' Peb. Orniu uoiiurc-n
2 casts, 48 pairs. Boys' Wax P. 8. DrogauH
1 case, 24 pairs. Boys' E reka Klines
5 o ?ses, aun pairs Ladies' Heb Grain Balmorals
4 cases, 240 pairs. Ladies' P-ili.h Boots
B casos, 480 p.In?, Ladles' don? and Calf Balmorals
2 cases, 120 pairs, Mime' Buff Buskins
1 caso, 24 pairs, Men's fli>o Lusting ? ougroea
1 case, 36 pairs, Ladies' Une Lastlug Congrexs
1 ci se, 48 i airs, Ladles' due Giovo Lea. Balmorals
1 case, 00 pairs. Misses' Uno Lasting Congress.
A line of DRY GOODS, OL? ?THING, NOTIONS, _c.
BALANCE OF A COU MUY 8."ORE, consisting in par
8EOAR8, Shoe Thread, Ledger?. Pcus, Penholders,
Lead Pencils. Ink (arge bettles), Spool Cotton, Wood
?crows, Hammers, Scales. Ac,, _.o August 3
Reeves, Bulls, Milch Cows and Cfllues, Springers,
Heifers, <_.., from Imported Slock and in fine
BY B. McC ?LT..
At Auction, THIS DAY, the 3d ln?t, at 12 o'clock, at
tho west end ol Uannon-strtet. No. 91, will be sold,
Two largo FAT BEEVES, two young Scotch Bulls,
four Milch Cows, goud _ ilkers, ?iib ?oung Calves,
three boautilul SpringoT, two Heifers, 4c, all lrom the
bes-t In.poned Stock, and aro in flue condition. Can bo
exumlLod from 3 to 7 o'clock this afternoon and to-mor
row, before sale, at No. 9i Cannon-street, bale positivo.
Terms cauli immed atoly afior sale. Unlimited stook
received mornlug of sale. August 3
BY 1.. UC.SC 11 & SON.
Will bo sold THIS DAY, 3d in't., at No. 606 King-strcot,
at half-past 9 o'clock,
One substantial HPK.Nu C ? HT and HARNESS
One I UK*}' and Harness
Bottles of Brandy.
One BOFA, and sundry articles of Furniture. t
Unlimited articles received np to huurol sale.
Sundries to Close Invoices.
BY HI. BUtt .- Si>\.
TO-MORROW, the 4ihtot>t., at o?r (?ale* room, corner
State and Chali_ers.-treetB, at 10*. o'clock, will be
LOT OP GRANITEWVRE,
COMBIS-INO OF :
COVERED DISHES, Drop ?_d BMBOW Dishes, Pickle
Dishes, Oups and Saucer?, ko.
Lot of BOOKS, DESKS, Forco Pump, T.rred RopO,
Domijohns, Ac, Ac.
HO^IERV. CUTLERY Jo?velr?-, Pantaloons, Ladlea*
Purses, Hbotoicraph, Albums, ico., Ac.
Condition? cash. August 3
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, A'inust 15,1860, at 12
o'clock, at Hilton Head, H. V., at public auction, to
tin? li tth'st bidder,
A QUANTITY OP COMMISSARY PROPERTY,
COPYING PBBHUus S< ALES
Flint.els. Kancets, Scoops
Saws. Knives, steels
Ov ns, Oauldrons .
Hammers, Br shoe. Stoves
Axes, Pumps Ao., A-e.
Terms-Cosh lu United S ates currency.
? M. W. BU1?N8,
August 3 10 Brevet Brig. Gen. and 0. H. U. 8. A.
CHIEF itUARTKUIIIASTKIl'S OFFICE,
Department or ti::: ('ArtoLiNAS, 1
t UAin.rhTiis. ti. ii,, July 3D, lc66. j
Will bo bo sold at Public Auction, ut *?o tli Oom inercia 1
Wharf, ot IO o'clock A. M.. August lG?h. 1866, tho U.
8. Bte?mer "PLAN'l ER," with all tier equipments.
The "Planter" is well adapted tor carr? ing cotton,
hnvli.g capacity for ou? tbuuHitud bales. Her hull and
machinery aro Iii perfect order. KI?? ib 160 feet long;
'(.ieetbeum; 7 foot depth of ho d; drt-i.tit 6 foot; lins
trines, not coonocted; diameter ot bjM_uer~z?ri_?-_t:-?,
strobe of piston 0 feet. *
Terms cash, lu Uovomment fuuds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lient, Col. and Chief Quartermaster.
Clay Field Plantation.
BY COU EN, HAVCKKI. A CU.
At Privat?? Sale
ALL THAT VALUABLE COTTON A*-'D BICE PLAN
TA II'>N, situated in Christ Church Parish, eighteen
(l8) miles from the villa.o of Mount Pleasant, and
known as "?lay Field," embracing ?bo BALDWIN'S
old field. HAMPTON, and a t act of land bott ht or W.
J. Grayson, containing in ali four thousand (4000
sores, togetb-r with a landing at Wapp-<tnw Landing
aud tho use or the creek and canal letting to it, with
the privi'ege <?f widening and deepening the ?ame.
A portion of tho land is cleared, ihe reoiainder heavi*
ly timb red with oak ami ey prcas convenient to tho
canal and creek above mentioned, and is one of the
best ranges f r stock in tula se.-liou of country. The
land is o i flrat-rate ?niall ty ami is now under suc
cessful cultivation in Rice and Cotton. The crop la in
excellent condition, and promise- a remunerative yield.
On the placo isa fine family D-elinig nou-e, Barns,
Stablos, and all necessary out-bull ?inga, with Thresher,
Steam Engine, and laborers' quarters, recently built ..:
and in first-rata lepair.
The above p ace offers great Inducements to persons
wishing to live near their plantation during tho sommer,
helng but ash rt drive from a heil.hy sea-shore real*
With tho abovo place will bo sold. If desired, the
growing erop, stock, farming utensils, ko.
For further particulars and t< rms, which will bo
accommodating, apply as abuve, at
No. 46 EAST BAY,
August I [July 27) fmw6 Corner Uoyc.'a Wharf,
Public Health-The Press.
Advertising has been pronouucod "undignified" by
the medical faculty. A physician who advertises a>
valuable remeiy to fifty people in bl- private practice
would receive the cold shoulder from his professional
brothren should he mako Rb merits known to millions
through the business columns of a newspaper press.
This may bo ?'dignified," but is It benevolent, humane
or just? Whoever ia fortunate enough to'discover or
invent anything that will prevent or ouro or alleviate
human suffering, Is bound to make it known, through
every channel of commua cation within his reach, to
the goneral public. For many yeaTs the merits of
HO TETTER'S CELEBRATED .TOMAfW BITTERS
bave thna been proclaimed to the world, and multitudes
have been restored to health or saved fr,rm fatal mah>
dloa in consequence. As new facia hav. been developed
In relation to the operation of this ipoat pure and potent
of all Stomaohtca and Alteratives, they bave been statod
in simple language to the people of many lands; and if
the proprietor? of the medlrlno hive derived profit
from their dissemination, th.iusands npon thousands of
Individual? have been benefited thereby to an extent
beyond aU estimate. In the West Indie?, Canada, Ant.
trail? and Sonth Amarles, HosrsrrM'a Birran- aro
dow recognised as the ?oie sp?cifie for Dyspepsia,*tho
best possible safeguard agaln.t epidemics, and th?'
oflnett In vigoran t la caaes ut G ??nero! Debility, and ';__c
gnly dlff-ilve BtJmuian? entirely tree from.noxious in- .
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