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SATURDAY nHUlNlNQ, AUGUST 4, 186C.
L?RMEST CmCULATl?ft IN TUE STATE.
LAHMEST CIRC?LATICH Di TUE CIT?.
?r TIIBJ IjIST O ir" IJbTX-'X'JrilRS re
maiiiiii.r in trie Poatoffloe ut tne end
ol emoh wee)* Is ptxhliBlaed oilloiully
In -XTBOrD DAJJjY JN'K'WS every BVi
Sap- BEE 8EOOND AND THIRD PAGES. -*S?
Music on tub Battery-The band of the Gth
U. B. Infantry will perform on tho Battery this
afternoon, at half-past 5 o'clock. 1 ho following
ia tbo programme :
1. Daisy Medley.
3. Potpourri from Martha.
3. Polka-Ht.Biiy Si ajnzlor.
4. Duett, and finale-Les m ontonegrine.
5. Gallop-Brudor Z>>r tig.
6. Grand Potpourri-(popular aire.)
The New Fedeual Tax.-The Courier office has
our thanks for a neat pamphlet, containing the
latest cluo to tho labyrinthine maze Bet forth in
the above title. It hange on a nail of its own in
our sanctum, and whenever we may bave occa
sion to consult it we ahall always hold the Courier
in grateful remembrance.
ExounsioN.-The steamer Kate, Oaptain T. J.
Lockwood, will leave Atlantic Wharf this after
noon, at 4 o'clock, for the pur poa o of making a
delightful exoursion around the harbor. All who
know the fine conveniences of this popular steam
er, and the pleasant maunora of its officers, will
seize tliia opportunity, we are confident, of having
a splendid afternoon's enjoyment.
FniST of the Reason.-We have on exhibition a
folly formed pod of Sea Island Cotton, from Mr.
B. F. Biouwood's placo near Mount Pleasant,
Christ Church Pariah.
We think Mr. Hicbwood has the honor of show
ing the first pod of the present soason, and we
are pleased to learn that his whole crop ia in a
fine condition. Cotton he planted OH tho 10th
May is now fron? five to b?x feet high, and amply
adorned with branches and fruit.
The Urr-Eii Wabds* Mabket.-Io calling atteo- -
tjon to (ho market in yesterday's isBue, we entire- (
ly omitted the Upper Wards' Market, which, ,
under the superintendence of its able and indus- j
trions Clerk. Mr. W. J. Wiley, who, since his .
election, six months ago, has been instrumental (
in effecting many changea, and, from its cleanly ?
appearance and convenient arrangements, has ,
noto beoome the frequent resort of many of our ,
citizens, and particularly tho ladies of the Upper ,
WardB, who attend personally to do their own
Bills.-We have had pi&oed lu Out hands, by a
friend, some continental money-bills calling for
large as well, as small amounts-io "Spanish
milled dollars, or the value thereof in gold or Bil
let.'* We have looked over these worthless pieces
of paper, which, upon their fitc?, " entitles the
bearer to receive," Ac, with as great interest as
we have gazed on much later circulated and bet
ter printed strips in our possession, with "pro
mise to pay" on them, and yet have no more value
than theso, except that they are pretty to look at.
Our posterity will examine aud praise the neat
stylo of Confederate bills as much as wo now
smile at the primitive appearance of continental
money; and, as wo sympathize with the people of
the revolution in their heavy losses, so will our
children's children feel for those who, at the pre
sent day, have been thrown from the enjoyment
of every luxury to tho depths of want.
Oobn.-We have heard a number of complaints
rocently from different partieB in regard to the
manner in which this article is sold. Some of the
grain merchants sell as the law requires-by
weight; others Bell by moaauromont "so-called."
The sacks are poetically eupposed to hold two
bushels, but this they nevor or very seldom do; be
iug always from one to foor quarts less than the
amount called for. We know of parties who re
cently bought four hundred bushels in this man
ner, and on subsequently measuring ii,in a stamp
ed measure, foond it to fall short about twenty
five bushels. The mere faot that these sacks are
called two bushel sacks is a poor criterion to go
by. Mach is wasted in transportation and from
other canses, and it is doubtful, indeed, if at any
time they held the quantity claimed. Corn, when
sold by weight, is fifty-six pounds to a bushel.
The weighing process is undoubtedly more
lengthy, bat by rar the more honest.
HvaiKHE.-This is the time of the year when the
sickly season oommences, and it is highly neces
sary that the city should be in as healthy condi
tion aa possible. Hia Honor, Mayor Oaxllabd,
has given the matter his earnest attention. Seve
ral street contractors have reoently been very
negligent in the discharge of their duty. This
has principally been the case in the Upper Wards.
It is, however, not nnfrequent in some localities
in the city proper for the offal and garbage to re
main in the Btreets for a whole day exposed to
the rays of the san. At a recent meeting of City
Council, two derelict Btreet contractors were re
lieved from doty. Othera are noted, and have
boen fined for the carelessness with whioh they
perform thuir labors. The Mayor and Aldei men
deserve credit for the manner in which they ha- o
aoted in the premises. Any public officer who d es
not properly perform his duties should be int tant
ly removed, as the pnblio good demands it. I - ia
to be hoped that the parties chosen to all these
vacancies will have ro.no knowledgo of a con tract,
and porform what they are pledged to do. A new
broom sweeps clean, and as many of our streets
are sadly in need of that wholesome discipline,
the sooner the chango is perfeoted the better.
Am address to the colored people on the im
portance of their being unionized in some portion
of the United States, u y Harrison Berry, a freed
man, Oovington, Qa.-Wo have received a little
pamphlet of a dozen pages, bearing the above
title. The author is introduced to tho reader in a
lew lines of very doubtful English "by the pub
lishers." Harrison is a sensible fellow, and ap
pears to bave a fair idea of the art of reasoning.
He is not a master of English, bat this is not sur
prising, as hie education waa doubtless noglocted
In the days of bia slavery. He ka fond of using
"big wordu," conglomerating things otherwise
heterogeneous. Wo will give a epeolmen. On
pago Ctb, ho Bays: "Let us soo if we uro not ablo to
fix up a pin? that cannot fail to conglomerate tho
majority of tho American pooplo." This ?arno
word conglomerate must have had a -"grand"
oouud to "tho author," as it occurs aovorul timos
in tho courso of tho "address."
Harrison demon Bt ra toa that it would bo mor
tar tho truo interest of the negrooB that they
should become colonized in some part of the groat
Weat, whero tboy would, at the worst, only hav e
400,000 eavages to deal with. As ho says, "bottor
fight savages a few yoars than fight prt-judioo all
our lives." He shows, from Northern journals,
that the difference of caste is as strong in tho
North as it is in the Sou b, and that tho negro all
ovor the oountry would bo tbo gainer by tho re
moval to the colony he advocates.
Mayor's Cotjiit, August 8.-A man, who wab
arrostod ou suspicion of having a dosign upou tbo
vaults of a bank, which haB bad no monoy in it
for somo time, much to the chagrin of tho stock
holders, was discharged.
A sailor, who was drunk and trying to oconpy
both sides of King street, and butting up against
peacoful pedestrians, was fined $10-an amount
which he had an indistinct idea of having heard
of in bia life, but had never actually seen.
Twelvo of tho old olo" fratorni y who reside in
the upper part of King street, and who hang moro
of their goods in the street than they keep in
their shops, were brought up for obstructing the
pavoments, and fined ?3 each for violating tho
law, which elicited a great deal of grunting and
growling in several languages.
. An individual, who had drank whiskey to the
extent of bia pilo'and then wanted as much again
"on time," becoming riotous, was introduoed to a
policeman, who carried bim to the Guard Houae,
where ho was provided with the softest plank, a
good snooze and a locture from the Mayor, for the
moderate sum of 13. He exhibited a perfect
readiness to abell ont, but waa short of funds.
Another, but a milder man, who was picked up ;
from the bricks, upon which he bad stopped to i
rest, was brought np and also fined 16; but look- '
ing upon this only aa a form that had to be gone '
through with, he solemnly threw himeelf into the '
arms of the gentleman who provides the bread
and water, and waa immediately carried out to .
partake of breakfast. ,
The hard oaee, which the detectives recognize ?
as a thief, a gambler and a loafer, and who was
mentioned by us yesterday, being found too muoh
for this oountry, has been shipped to foreign ?
Pbovobt Conn..-United States vs. Stephen
Brown and James Gaillard (colored).-The pris
?nere were accused of appropriating several ar
ados from the home of Mr. B. B. Bbett, Jr.
\ir. Rbbtt and Robert Haynes testified that the ?
iefendants were seen in Mr. li.'s yard under very ,
auspicious circumstance?; the prisoners ran away,
but were pursued and captured. The Court found
them guilty, and imposed a fine of $15 each, or to <
be put at hard labor on the streets for thirty ?
United Stat?? ... Nancy SmaU and Joannfa
Brown (?colored)-Assault.-This was one of those :
lively outbursts with which the freedmen and i
women enliven themselves during tho hot weather. 1
It appeared that Nancy was the first agressor, as I
she called the other defendant an old wench. This '
led to other words, and finally to blows. Nanoy
being tue better pugilist, got Joanna down and
punished her severely. The Coui-t, as umpire in
this prize encounter, decided that Nancy should
pay $3 fine or five days' labor on the streets. Jo
anna being less blamable was treated with more
lenienoy, being fined only $2 or four days' labor
on the stroote.
United States vs. Lewis Reves.-Selling shrimps
without a license, contrary to the city ordinances
in such cases made and provided.-The defendant
had nothing to say in his defence. The Court
reprimanded him for his dereliction and deolared
the shrimps forfeited.
An interesting and amusing case was tried be
tween two women for abusing and fighting each
other. The prosecuting witness who had pre
ferred cb orges against the other, bo criminated
herself that the tables were turned. The Court
sentenced her to pay ?5 fine, and ordered her
to hold her tongue hereafter.
The freed community eeem to be imbued gen
erally with a warlike spirit. It is refreshing,
during this hot spell, to aee some persons who oan
put such weather at defi ance and engage in pugi
listic encounters, but it would be far more pleas
ant to know that they were not equally afraid of
work. The Court has generally frowned upon
these belligerents, and it ia hoped that the impo
sition of the fines will calm their demonstrative
-?a> ? I
Spotted Libe Dominoes.-The teeth soon be
come speckled if every defilement is not removed
from them every twenty-four hours. To do this
effectually there is nothing like Sozodont. It
literally rendors the enamel impervious and inde
structible. tus_ '
Is BOOTH Dead?-Compliment to Baebb.-In
the Senate on Saturday, pending the bill dividing
the awards for the capture of Mr. Davis and of
the assassins of President Lincoln, Mr. Davis, of
Kentucky, said :
Ho would like to have satisfactory eridenoe that
Booth was killed. He had never seen any. He
had beard nothing but rumor. He would muoh
prefer if Booth had been captured alive. Perhaps
ne was dead, bnt there was to his (Davis') mind
an inexplicable mystery about it. He did not
think Baker bad any right to any award. He
(Baker) was a worse man than any he was pursu
ing, and it would be just like him to have got up
a false Booth. The body ought to have been iden
? ? a? ?
The following order from General Tbbbt, pro
hibiting "negro drills," will be received with the
most lively pleasure by our citizens, and is along
step towards removing the naturally bitter feel
ings of the citizens of Riohmond towards the
military authorities, who have heretofore permit
ted such exhibitions of negro impudence and
folly. The people of Virginia desire to treat the
froedmen with justico and kindness, and had
Oeneral Txbbt failtd to suppress the military de
monstrations, it w uki have been a just oause of
complaint. Whether a military ofBoial likes or
dislikes it, it is a matter of no consequence,
where he does his duty :
HBAEHJ-ABT-BS D_r__TMKNT OF VlBO'l'IA, I
Richmond, Ya., July 80, I860. (
Oeneral Orders No. 41.
Military or?aniz_aior,a or associations for the
pnrposo of drill or military instruction, other than
militia companies or regiment? which h a v. been
or m?.y be nVreafter organized by or ander the
authority of His Excellency the Qovomor of this
State, will not be permitted In this department
during the exi-tence of martial law.
By order of MaJor-Of?neral A. H. Terry.
CHAKLBH H. GRAVES,
A as is tant AdJatenWOaneraL
Edwabd W. Smith, Captain, Fifteenth Infantry,
U. B. A.-Richmond Times. \
Auction Saleo This Day.
Wimen ft Son will sell ibis day, at their silos room,
corner of 8tato and Chalmers otroot?, at ball-pant 10
o'clock, <llnhrn nf nil kinds, cups and saucers, books,
desks, hoilory. cutlnry. &c.
Oaaanti Dewitt will soil this doy, at the northwest
corner of King and Hprlng e'roots, a?, half-past 10 o'clock,
a lot of hardwaro, crockery, &c.
GnovEB at Bakeb 8ewinq Maobises -The agent, Mr.
H. W Kikhman, No. 319 King utreet, basToceived anoth
er lot of these celebrated machines, as per advertise
FLoun.-John Oamphrn & Co., at No 14 Harkot street,
havo juit received a largo lot of extra superfino mid
middling tlonr, which they will dispose of at reasonable
rates. See advortlaemont.
John B. Toora-This goutleman, who still is at No.
131 Mooting streoi, oppo-lte the Ice Heute, and koopa
the samo flue tubacco and elozsnt sogars which ho ad
vertises In our papor, Is In receipt also of somo delici?os
fruit, and ha? jnnt oponed a barrol of excollent canary
seed, on article much wanted by those who possess those
pretty little pets.
I.. Bdhcr A Son.-This firm has a very fine and
large assortment of yellow pino bnsrdB and scantling,
poplar post, heavy oak plank, ash plank and poplar
boards, which tbi-y will dist OBo of at reasonable torms
at tbeir establishment. No. SOD King street. Their ad
vertisement In to-day's paper will give particulars.
Pans-UN's Bepatio Bitters .-This valuablo prepa
ration, coming na it does from the laboratory of so will
known and ?kllful a pharmaceutist as Mr. Panknin,
has already made groat progress In the esteem of our
community, especially with porsons sufforlng from
dyspepsia, or derongoment of the liver, or stomachic
debility. The responsibility of tho establishment which
puts forth these bitters, for speclflo complain tB, and not
for every disease which "flesh is heir to," is such as to
make all who purchase thom know that they aro made
af only those Ingredients which the proprietor informs
them they oro o^mpoBod of, and which certainly Isa
guarantee that few of the medical remedies whloh are
being publisht d In every nook and corner of the streets
it the present time, can lay claim to. For onrsolves, we
-an say that they ore not only of on agreeable taste,
ont a capital correctivo of dj apepslo and a most excel
lent appetizer, and that we firmly believe, It properly
taken for any dorangement ol tho hopano functions,
they will inako tho person so tutu ; them a vory long
"Not for a day but for all lim*."-PlaRtat-iob Bit?
Hold ftsl to that which Is good.
Never bo without Plantation BlTTZBB In thehOUSO.
"Thrice is he armed v>ho kath hi* quarrel just."
Thrice armed against Disease is he who always baa a
?tile of Plantation Bittebs in the house.
"PrevenlionUbelter than cure."
Plantation Birrias wlU prevent and cure Dyspepsie,
Certtgo, Headaohg, Heartburn, and all gloomy, des
pondent and unhappy feelings. Relief In Ave minutes.
"In time of peace prepare for toar."
?When you are well, or feel the first unpleasant indi
cations of approaching slokness, take Plantation Bit
rxa*. They are a sure preventive and cure of Stomachlo
,nd Biliary derangements. thstuS
A orEat i'uiii.io want Is supplied by Huh-fhbxtb'
Uoucbopatbio Bpzorjncs. They are medloinea that
rather, mother, nurse or Invalid can always hftveat
band, and apply without danger or delay, and with
prompt benefit and relief. Try them. Bee advertise
HuafPBBiTa' BFBomo Hoikeopathic Mxdicink Co.,
July se S No. ena jiroedwoy, New York.
Public Health-The Press.
Advertising has been pronounced "undignified" by
the medical faculty. A pbyslolan who advertises a
valuable remedy to fifty people In his private practico
Would receive the cold shoulder from his professional
brethren should he moko its merits known to milit?os
through the business columns of a newspaper press,
this may bo "dignified," but is it benevolent, humane
or just? Whoever Is fortunate enough to discover or
Invent anything that will prevent or cure or alleviate
human Steering, Is bonnd to make it known, through
every channel of commua cation wilbla his reach, to
the general public. For many yeera the merita of
HO TETTER'S CELEBRATED bTOUACH BITTERS
bave thus been proclaimed to the world, and mnltitudes
have been restored to health or saved from fatal mala*
dies in consequence. As new facts have been developed
In rotation to the operation of this most pure and potent
of all Stomachics and Alteratives, they have been stated
In simple language to the people of many lands; and if
the proprietors of the medl-lne have derived profit
from their dissemination, thousanda upon thousands of
lndlvldaala have been benefltted thereby to an extent
beyond all estimate. In the Weat Indies, Canada, Aus
tralia and South America, HosraTTxa's Bitthrs are
now recognized as the sole specific for Dyspepsia, the
beat possible) safeguard against epidemics, and the
ofinest iavlgoranl in canea of General Debility, and the
gnly diffuaive Stimulant entirely free from noxious in
Ab experienced None And Female Physician?,
Presents to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
willoh greatly facilitates the process of Teething, b
softening the gums, relncing sil Inflammations, w11
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and la
SORE TO REB?LATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves,
Belief and Health to Tour Infants.
Wa have put up and sold this article for over thiiij
yean, and can say In confidence and truth of it what wi
have never been able to soy of a~ other medlclne
IIEVER BAB IT VAILED IN A BIN?LE INSTA MOE TO
EFFECT A CUBE, when timely used. Nevar did w*
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one wh<
uaed it On the oonlrary, all are delighted with Ita ope
rations, and apeak in terms of commendation ? of lu
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In tbli
matter ''?hat we do know," altor thirty yean' eip?
rlonce, and PLEDGE ODB8ELVE8 FOB THE FTJLF11
MENT or WHAT WE HERB DBOLABH. In almov
every instance where the Infant la a-nflerlng ?from pah
aad exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twent
minutes after the syrup is administered.
FuU directions for using will accompany fach botll?
None genuine unless the foo simile of OOBTIB k P??
KINS, Nsw Fork, la on the on tolde wrapper.
Bold by au druggliite throughout the world.
Price o ral y 85 Cania par liol tie.
"***' KINO ft CA8SIDKY.
Mi"??? e-t' J"i?r<
rpHE UNDBUJQIONED BAVlNO OOMPLETED THEI?
X arrangements onos more for the srisnufacsare ol
Use neat OOTTOlf GI ?Sever made In this country, on
now pnpared to noelvo orden from Planten and
othwrs wishing to purohas*.
Th* loco established aad well-known reputation of
.HAIOTTB COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a saffl
?tent tmutatae that the axtiol? wiB glveenure eaUssae
tton. J. M. jLLLltrTT st CO.,
Mas/ u Winnaboro, M. a
YATES & BRO.,
No. 449 King-st.,
S. WILEY'S OLD STAND,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR,
friends, and the pub le generally, th it they have
just oponed at the abovo nioutloui'd stand, ?mi havo
now on hand, a full supply of Ulli HOB FAMiLY
UHOOr'RIKi'.ALtS. WINES. LiQOORS,?So., whieh they
np solllug at reas i.ablu o?ur? h
We would Invite purchasers to call and examine. our
stoci. BIGM OF L'Ut. BIO PlTOUc.lt.
Auguit 4_ B'nt G
MIMI VII BY STa-AMKR GUIADA,
KUO.lI NEW YORK, AND FOU. H ALI/, i
2 COVERED SPUING BAKER OR QR00ER8'
3 Ilulit Waf-oiip, Bultod for Exprese, Food, Farm, or
O rocera' Wagons
1 Mew York Butchor Sprint? Cart
A lew sots of i'rlmo Har-oss, tu ault Vehicles.
300 balea PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, In lots to suit
Apply to B. FOLEY,
Farmora' Exchange Bank, East Bay.
SIDES SHOULDERS, ST AIP S.
I r\ HQD3 PRIME BIDES
J. \J 7 hhds. Prime Hhoulders
ft hhda P an'attou Shoulders
10 tierces Strips.
Just received aud for sale by
LAUUKY k ALEXANDER,
No. 117 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf.
BACON. SHOULDERS AND
| f\ HHl* 8 RAW80N'8 PRIME SHOULDER:?
I \J 6 bbls Superior Oanvaased Hams r??r aalo to
clone salos by R. M. UUTLER,
Aagu-ta_1_No. 80 East Bay.
TUBT RECEIVED, IN 8T-RE, A CHOICE ARTIOLE
of BOURUON WHI8KEY, for sale very cheap, by
the gallon or larger quantity, by
N LEVIN. Jb.,
August 8 a Noa 10. and lug Market street
BY BTEAM/CI.1 BOUUlill A\D ClMHRI/l,
?JBLS. SUGARS. B, O, AND CRUSHED
JJ Bbls. and firkins Lard
Firkins cb<>Ioe ?aonhon But'er. for table use
Bbls Bu(?ar-houBo and Boe Hive 8yrnp
Bbls. Fl-ur, Extra, Super, and Fine
Bbls. Pork, Mackerel, and Herring,
And tor ?ale by W11. ?TJ t_ BY,
Angui>t 3 8 No. 103 East Bay.
BREAD! BREAD! BREAD!
MADE FROM NEW BODTHERN FLOUR, AT
P. BDOKHE.T'8 BASEBY,
Northwest corner Line and Meoting streets.
NEW GEORGIA FLOUR.
I f\tf\ BAGS EXTRA OEOROIA FLOOR, EXCEL
LVJ'a-/ 8IOR MILLS
KM) quarter oags ii tra Ooorgla Flour, Excelsior Mills
100 barrels Extra (Bakers) Flour. City of Charleston
ISO barrels ohio Superfine (Bakers) flour.
Having now weeklyjuppllea of the above brands, pur
chaiers can depend upon goltlug a good artlole.
J. N. ROBSON,
August 4 1 _No. 63 East Bay.
Fpr.YBA-8 EXTRA GEORGIA FLOUR, Excelsior
Fifty half bags Extra Georgia Flour, Excelsior Mills.
For sale by RAViCNKL k BARNWELL.
August 4 _ 3
fc->?r/\ BARRELS EXTRA 8UPEBFINE AND M_D
JOU OLINO FLOUR. Just received aud for sale
by JOHN 0AVTP8EN ?CO
NO. 14 Market, oppoal e Btate-street.
PRIME WHITE CORN TO ?E
HIV1? IlaT BULK.
BUSHELS PRIME MARYLAND WHITE
Or\r\J~\ BU8BELB PRIME MARYLAND WI
_J\_y \J\ } CORN, to arrive by aoi.ooner 8wsn
For sale low, by BRUNS AUK.
angastS 3 ho. 78 East Bay.
CORN AND OATS.
t *Ti /". /"a BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARY
1\JV/1 ' LAND COHN
1300 bushels Prime Yollow Maryland Oom
BOO bushels Prime Virginia Oats.
Now Unding. For sale by
IHAAO E. HERTZ k CO.,
No. 301 East Bay, corner of Cumberland stieet
August 3 3
SEOARS AND TOBACCO.
J JUST RECEIVED, A LOT OF IMPORTED GENUINE
HAVANA 8EGARS and TOBACCO, oi the following
30.000 M "PIA REGALIA
30.000 CONCIA REGALIA
13.000 MEDIA REGALIA BRIT?NICA
30 000 LONDRES, 1st
6,400 bil EYAS
3,3 0 INGENIEROS
600 pounds SMOKING TOBACCO, "Joven Amer
ica," in pound an?i h ?li pound packages.
also, in stowe:
A lot of fine DOMESTIC CHEWING AND 8 HOKING
TOBACCO AND BEGAB8, , .
Gentlemen desirous of smoking a choice article of
GENUIN". HAVANA SEGAR3, eau be served to their
JOHN B. TOCtNI'S.
NO. 1.1 VERTING STREET,
August -_3_Opposite los House.
LATHS! LATH8! LATHS!
' TROUT k AM8BUBY.
Angnst 4_1_No. 4 Marte? street.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Boanning 3 by 4
4 by 4
4 by S
8 by 6
Poplar Post 6 by 6
4 by 4
Heavy Oak Plank
Delivered any part of the city, and for sale low for
cash, by L BUNCO A SON,
Au, ust 3 2mwa3 No 606 King-street.
LUMBER! LUMBER ! LUMBER !
EAFT LUMBER OF ALL 8IZE8, FOR SALE LOW
by the Raft or retail, at weat end Broad-street
BLACK CYPRESS POSTS FOR
JU8T RECEIVED, A CHOICE LOT OF BLACK CY
PRES*) POSTS, 6 inches square, 10 feet long. The
Cypress are the moat durable posta ever used, being
well adapted to low wet lands.
Gate and other posts furnished to order. Apply st
No. 33 W ?.SHlNGTON STREE I', next above Calhoun.
August 3 8?_R 8. BANDERS. Agent
wrap pin?! paper.
1 t\f\ BEAMS WLAPPINO PAPER, JUST BE
1 \J \J CEI VED and for sale lo? by
ADAMS. FR.iBT Al CO..
July 81 tnih.3_Adg?r*s North Wharf.
LIME. LIME, LIME
1 A C1 A BARBELS EXTRA WHITE FINISHING
1 _rM7 LIME-cargo schooner Abby Bracket*
landing and for sale by OLNEY * 00..
July ?1_Noa. 9 and H Vendue Bange.
LIME. LIME, LIBKE.
BABBKL8 FRESH EASTERN LIM I,
lauding from Baboon?. B. __ Jam-ton.
CB-TENT, PLASTER, Hair, White Pina, Whit- Wood,
Hlskory and ASh Lam b.r.
Ft? sale hy OLHPT k CO.,
__ly ti Koa, 9r_dU Vendus Range.
Sundries lo ('lou- Invoices.
it v w11 mit .v sun.
THIS DAY, the 4?li inbt., at 01 i Hale? room, corno
Htnto aud Chain.crs-utroetu, at Kl,, o'clock, will b e
LOT OP' GRANITEWVRE,
CONMHTINO OF :
COVERED DI8HEM, D?op ?nd Shallow Dishes, Pick
Dishes, Cups and BaucerB, Ac.
Lot of BOOKS, DE8K8, Foico Pump, Tarred Rope
Demijohn?, io., Ac.
HOSIERV, CUTLERY Jetv.-lr", Pantaloons, L adie
Purse?, Photograph, Albums. Ac, Ac.
3G dozon'OUT GLAS8 Bait TUMBLERS, Go blets an?
Corniuloiix cash. August 4
Hardware, Crockery, etc., dr..
BY t.Aiiiai .. i. UeWlTT.
At store, north? est corner of Eli g and Hpring street?
at half-past 10 A. M., THIS DAY, -ita fnst., will b?
sold without reserve,
ALO OF 1.AHD VARE, CROCKERY, 80AP. 8HOEB '
Carrlago Trimmings, Pictures Ac, Ac. Au.u si 4
Cargo Sale of Muscovado Sugars, White Havana
Sugars, qpd Muscovado Mtdasses. ?
ll\ JOH. li ItJsi.Kl .
On FRIDAY, August 10. at 11 o'clock A. M., will be sold
at Accommodation Wharf.
Ti e fiARGO of the iohr. ..Thomas J. Frazier," from
100 bills, superior aud primo quality GROCERY
31 boxes White Havana Sugars
30 bilda. Muscovado MoIuml-b.
Terms at sale. August 4
Auction Sale of Sugar, Molasses, Wines, Jetties-,
Marmelades, Havana Syrups. Preserved Fruits,.
Havana Segars, Spanish Smoking Tobacco, de.
Ill It SALAS
WILLIAM M. PELO", Auotione_b. i
On WEDNESDAY i t-t, 8th August, at li o'clock, a. I)
Messrs Salas A: o.'a atoro, No. 118 East Bay, ' '
1*6 bM? } PRIME M08COVADO SUGAR
270 iibln. ,->ew ?'mp Muscovado Molaaseo
16 hhds. Choice Porto Rico Molaasos
5 cases Guava Jelly and Marmelado
10 cases Preserved Fruits, aeson ed
6 ?ases Havana Syrups, assorted
10 cases Italian Maccaroni
6 cases Oliv? Oil
3!? keats olives
6 demijohns White Wine Vinegar
16 '?-casks ? aiaiognls Claret W no
10 cases superior Old cherry " ino
26,000 Havana Begars of choice qualities and brands
300 lbs. Hpanlsh "molting Tobacco, y, and 1 lb. pack .
Conditions.-Sams un.ter $1000, caah; over $100 0,.
thirty days for approved endorsed notes.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, August 16, 1806. al 1
o'clock, at Hilton Head, S. O., at pubUo auction, to -
tbo h t.'h' st bidder, "
A QUANTI_YOFCOMMI88?.RY PROPERTY,
COPYING PRE-?SE-, 8? ?ALES
Funnels, Faucets, Scoops
Saws, Knives, Steels
Ov us, Cauldrons
Hammers, Br .shes, Stoves
Axes, Pumps Ac, Ao.
Tonna- Cash in United S ates currency.
WM W. BURNS,
Augusts 10 Brevet Brig.Qon. and O. 8. U. 8. A.
CHIEF dUARTR URI ASTER'S OFFICE,
Depahtment of the CabolxN-b, )
Ch-RLbbton, 0. <?>., July 30, I860. J
Will be bo sold at Public Auction, at No?th Oommerola
Wharf, at 10 o'clock A. M.. August 15th, 1800, the U .
8. steamer "PLAN'l ER," with all nor equipment?.
The "Planter" is well adapted for carr? log cotton,
havlrig capacity for one thousand bales. H?r h u 11 and
machinery are lo perfect order. Rhn is ISO feet long ;
40 feet beam; ? feet depth of bold; drvight . feet; baa
two tubular boilers; two h'?rl_o val big ?-pressure on -
(finer, not connected; diameter of ey auder 20 Inches -, -
stroke of piston 6 feet.
Terms cash, la Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lieut Col. and Chief Quartermaster.
PRIVATE SALES. _
J^uriit-ur.. R-rses, Vehicles, ?be., at Auction.
BY SMITH aV fflcUilat IVKAV.
No. 537 Broad Street, Sont!. Side, Near State
Sales of FURNITURE, ?ko., at private residences at
tended to at moderate charges.
AucUon everv WEDNESDAY for HOR8E8, VEH I
OLES. FURNITURE, Ao , at hall past lu o'clock at on r>
Office. August 4
boots that im bouts i
No. 78 BROAD STREET,.
(3 ENTLEMEN'S FiNE BOOT", WATEB-PROOR,
X Dress, and Pump Soles. Also Gents' fine PATENT
LEATHER, CALF FOX.NG, KID TOP. ALL CALF, and
ALL KID CONGRES- GAIT-RS. made to order, BY
BAND (not machino made), which for fli>ish and dura*
btlity are not to be surpassed Purchasers will savo
dollars bv buying from the subscriber, for be has mark
ed his prices down to suit the times. Come one, como
No. 78 Broad st, under Carolina Hotel.
Jnlv 81 _t-ths-jwfo
JUST O JE? jo _N" -ESS -O
A FRESH STOCK
INo. 394 King-St
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT
for Manufacturers of. and
Wholesale and B?tail Deal
ers in. Ladies', Gent's. MissesV
Youth's and Children's Fine and:
Medium Sewed and Pegged
BOOTS AND 8H0ES, has taken
Store No. 804 KING STREET.
where he will keep a large as
sortment of Goods, which will
he sold at the lowest possible
Our FINE GOODS we warrant '
in every particular, equal to
custom*made goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of the Manufacturera, and.
save ONE PBOFIT.
No. 394 EINS ST.