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Tine .On.ilv JSTews.
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, I860.
LAUUEST CIKCULATION IN THE STATE.
LAHULST CIKCULATIC-I IN THE CITY.
J8_r THE LIST O'JrT LKTTERS re
-uuliiliiK In the _?osto-ftoe at tho erxtl
ol -noli week ia publishe?. ofllolnlly
to THJU r>_Vr__Y NKWS ever- BVl
?sr SEE SECOND AND THIRD PACES. -_?
Oke of our hulks is nover to publish a notico
of a marriago without its being indorsed by a rc
sponeiblo narno. This will account for tbo non
appearance, io our papor this morning, of an ad
vertiaoinont of this kind, which wns yesterday
placed on our filo without tho roquired indorse
TnE Weather.-After passing through tho days
of heat wo havo, it would bo ingrat i tu do in us not
to pay a compliment to tho pleasantness that tho
change of yoBterday afforded us. With a clear
sky and a delightful east wind that was continual,
tho wholo day was of a temp?rature bo difioront
from those which have roceutly preceded it, as to
bo really agrooable, aud to maka tis wish, as wo
do in festival days, for many roturo-.
We have been furniehod with tho following
order, issued by the Medical Director of tho De
partment. Wo are assured, however, that tho
order will bo rnvokod as soon as cholera mani
fests itsolf in the city, which timo wo hope may
uever como, and that it may be spoodily revoked
in consequence of the entire disappearance of tho
epidemic from our country:
Department of the Carolinas, )
Medical Direct??r's Office, >
Charleston, 8. C August 4th, 1800. )
Cikoular.- All vessels arriviug in this Depart
ment, having cleared from Now York, must be
quarantined till fifteen (15) days shall expire from
date of cloarauce, when they "will ho allowod to
pass, provided thorn is or has been no sickness
?d board and tho vossel is clean.
SurgeoD U. 8. Army, Medical Director.
Southern Ingenuity.-Planters and farmers
will bo gratified upon examining a newly invented
implement, adapted to the tilings of staplo crops,
by W. O. Gibbon, of this city. He is dow manu
facturing them, and they are for sale by 0. K.
Huoer, No. 137 Meeting-street, opposite Hayne
The following are the numbers which drew
the principal prizes io the Havana Plan Kentucky
Stato Lottery, Class F, Tuesday, July 31, 18GG :
No. 3201, $100,000 ; No. 21,148, $50,000 ; No. 22,182,
$25,000 ; No. 10,916, $10,000 ; No. 5197, $5000 ; No.
Sidewalks.-We are pleased to note quite an
improvement in the sidewalk in frout of the Uni
ted Staten atables ou Church street. By whoso
authority these much needed repairs were made
we know not, but bail the reconstruction with de
light, and only hope tho Governixent mules will
excroieo discretion and not kick it out.
GovebnmentSaiji at Beaufort.-We learn there
is a Government Bale at Beaufort oo Wednesday, at
10 o'clock, which consiste of two wharves, koowa as
Piers Noa. 1 and 2, steam boilers, etc. The steam
er Cosmopolitan will leave to-night at 10 o'clock,
for Hilton Head and Beaufort, and will carry par
ties who desire to attend the sale free, upon appli
cation at the Quartorrpaeter's offico, No. 43 East
Glenn Spbinqb.-Many of our readers will no
tice with pleasuro the announcement io to-day's
News of the opening of tho above old and favor
ite summer resort. Wo are personally acquiutod
with Mr. Anderson, the gentleman who is in
charge of the hotel this summer, and most cheer
fully bear testimony to his good capacity as a
hotel-keeper. The superior properties of the
water aro too well koowa in the Southern couutry
to need praise from us.
Ahead of Time.-Mr. Quinn, of the Up Town
Pe.iodical Dopot, in King-street, opposite Ano,
has sent us Petei'son's Ladies1 National Magazine
for September. Tiaro is a beautiful scarlet lady,
fresh from Paris, in the fashion plate. AIbo, sove
ral other extensively beflonnced and betrimmed
figures, with bonnets so infimtoaimally pretty
that notbiug short of Lord Boss* telescope could
give the uninitiated an idea of what the modiste
intended by this capital decoration. Literary con
tents in the usual stylo.
Mr. Quinn has atao sent ns copies of the New
York Herald, Metropolitan Record, Frank Leslie's
Illustrated Newspaper, Police Gazette, Harper's
Weekly, aud New York Ledger.
The Galaxy.-We have receiver^ from the pnb
liehors No. 8 of the Galaxy. Table of contents :
1. Archie Lovell, by Mrs. Edwards.
3. Albert Bler.tadt, by Henry T I oc.erm.n.
3. Tbe Circuit Pretoiier, by Qeorg. Alfred Townsend.
4. A Recent LI et at y Forgery, by Joseph L. Banoe.
6. Going I , by Charles Wylly a Elliott.
.. Travel, by Charlotte P Hawes.
7. Laura, My Darling, by Edmund Clarence Stedman.
H Tbe Claveriugs, by Anthony 'I r -Hop.
9. Possibilities of Economy, by Marie Howland.
10. Walter Savage Landor, by Fred. B. Perkins, with a
11. Beyond, by Phoebe Cary. .
13. Arnold's Creed, by Mrs. W. li Palmer.
l8. The Art or Dining, by Pierre Blot.
li. Mebul?, by the Editor.
Scientific Question SErn.ED.-From a circulai
lately published, and sent to d?neront parts .al
the country, by "William Isaacs Loomib, Bapi ,">
Pastor, Columbia County, N. Y.," we extract mc
following paragraph, feeling much pleased that
this much discnsBod matter has, at last, received
its quietus :
''Let it be understood that the Dual appearing
Diurnal and Annual Sun aro tbo high attesting
witnesses of Nature of tho Earth's Annual ami
Axial motions, and that an Amorican was the first
to announce this to mankiud. Add these teati
mouiee of Nature to tho changes of the seasons,
and tho fact of the earth's annual motion in an
orbit becomes moro folly demonstrated than over
before. Hallelujah I"
Rev. Dr. Bboadus and the Grkenville Theo
logical Seminabt.-As a painful impression has
been croated by the publication of tho fact that
the Rev. Jno. A. Broados, D. D , has been called
from our 8thto to the Prt_idenoy of Biohmond
OoUoro, it is proper that we shonld state that
thero is no probability that the theological Semi
nary at Greenville will lone his valuable services.
Dr. BnoADus will remain in charge of the chair
whioh he has previously occupied with so mnoh
acceptance-thut of Greek Testament Literature
and Interpretation aud Pulpit Homilotics. Wo
.?ro pleased to learn that tho prospects of tho
Seminary ?ro unusually encouraging. Tho bor
der States have claimed tho privilego ol' contribu
ting to its finances, and from this source no" loss
than $10,000 havo been collected during the hist
two months. Rov. Dr. Buyco, tho Chairman of
the Faculty, is now on a tour in its bohalf among
tho Baptists of Missouri, in compliance with their
Mayor's Court, August 0.-A man who was
drunk, for tho firet timo in his life, nu ho said,
and raising a row that would havo done oredit to
an old soaker, was fined $5 as an initiation fee.
A gentloman, who evidently sleeps without a
mosquito net, was brought np for lining improper
language io the street. Ho was fined $5, and
theo ordered to bo turned over to tho tender mcr
cioB of a magistrate.
A man who was fouod lying down drunk, and
taking up moro of tho strcot than ho was entitlod
to, and who pledged his word that he had only
taken ono drink, waa fioed $5, and kindly request
ed novor to take another like it, as long as ho
Two others, who wero found making bod-cham
bers of tho sidewalks, wero charged $5 oach for
lodging, which would havo been eottled imme
diately if the city had consented to take a slow
A man with shabby clothes, and who said ho
"hadn't nothing to do," and that, wanting to bo a
farmer, was waiting for something to (um up,
A mau and woiuau, accused of trespass on
premises, but proved that they were ooly paying
a visit to a iriend, wero discharged.
Nine tavern keepors, who wero keeping their
friends iu spirits on Sunday, wero stuck in for
$20 fine, each, on Monday.
Provost Court.-United St.toB M. John Char
lony.-Rose Ann Muller, tho prosocutrix, swore
that the defendant carno into hor house whon
drunk, and commenced boating and cursiog her.
She did not know him, and ho evidently mistook
her for eomo one clee. The Court decided that
Charlont was on a rampAge, aud the coat of such
amusements was $15 line, or one month's manual
labor on the publie streets.
United States vs. Geo. L. Habris -Assault and
battery on John De Largo (colored).-It appear
ed, in this case, that the prosecutor, beiug moved
by the spirit, went into a bar-room on Eaet Bay
to quench his thirst. Tho defendant, taking um
brage at his color, gavo lirru one straight from
the shoulder. This astonishing salute had the
effect of keeling him over and closing one of his
peepers. This was considered a very undignified
manner of forniing'an acquaintance, and for fear
a precedent should bo established, the Court fined
the pugilist $50, or sixty days' hard labor on the
United States M. Aleck Williams (colored)_
For drawing a pistol on Pete Lewis (colored)_
The defendant was bound over to Lewis ; and be
iog a lad of metal, and believing io the Civil
Rights Bill, resented a whipping, which was being
administered to him, by drawing a pistol on bis
employer. Ab euch a proceeding waa very dan
gerous, and would have been prejudicial to Lewis'
future happiness, the Cour, fioed the youthful
Alexander $15, or thirty days' warlike exercises
upon somo stones in the public thoroughfares.
A case of stealing lumbor was the next tried,
and tho defendants being found not guilty, wero
United States ?... Richard Eden, (colored).
Drunk and Lying Down.-Toe prisoner was dis
covered by the police snoozing on the bricks,
chock full of bad whiskey, and some to spare, as
he had an extra bottle in his pocket. Bacchus and
MorpheuB combined, had auch a powerful effect
upon the prisoner that tho attentive policeman
could hardly rccuBcitato him. Tho Court aen
touced Richard to ante $5, or work it by ten days'
Uuited States ... Poter Jcokios (colored).
Disorderly Conduct.-Tho prisoner was a fisher
man, and being requested by a policeman to show
his tiokot, became very abusivo and waa taken to
the Guard House. The Court fioed him $3, or
six days' hard labor on the streets.
United States vs. John Lowis (colored).-Tho
prisoner was heard, at the corner of Church and
Elliott streets endeavoring to get up a row. Ho
would not subside, and had tolbe carried to the
Guard House "ci et armit." His sentence was $5,
or ten days' hard labor oo the streets.
The Nerve of the Pocket ia sometimos as sen
sitive as the nerve of the tooth. The universal
demand for the fragrant SOZODONT, in prefer
ence to all other dentrifricoe, is swamping all
tooth powders and tooth washes of the experi
mental class of Dentists. Hence they denounce
it. .?_____-?_.?__?__? tue2
Auction Sales Tills Day.
Machet k Babes will sell this day, at tbolr sales
room, No. 66 Market-street, at li o'clock, a general as
sortment of new and second-band furniture; also, a No.
1 milcli cow.
Milligan, Mel_he_b k Co. will sell this day, at their
store, No. .0 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, sides, should
ers sinokod berrlDgs, mustard, pepper; a large assort
ment of gent's furnishing goods; also, gold watches,
obaln; a lot of furniture,' Ac.
McKay St Campbell will sell this day, at their store,
Hasel-street, next to the Po?tof_ce. at 10 o .lock, a vari
ety of dry goods, a blooded mare, and a horse, mule and
ItAUB-Y <- Alexander will se'l this day, in their store,
No. 137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf, at 10
o'clock, bacon, soap, cheese, tobacco, Ac.
James W. Bbown k Oo. will sell this day, at thoir
store. No. 110 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, shoulders, hams,
butter, pork, whiskey, Ac.
A. H. AmiAUA-a & Sons will sell this day, In front of
their store, No. 27 Vendue Range, at 10 o'clock, cl_r*t
wine, rum, soap, macearon!, lardims, Ac. ; also, two
gentle family horses.
Banna A Bee will sell this day, at-lholr store, No. 78
East Bay, at 11 o'clock, white corn, brooms, tubs, buck
ets, shoe brushes, fawcete, ko.
John 8. Bioos will sell this day, at bis ofiico, corner
of Broad-street and Past Bay, at 11 o'clock. Olly six
per cont.. stock, State and Bonth Carolina Railroad
J. A. Ehblow A Oo. will sell tbla day, on North Atlan
tic Wbarf, at 10 o'clock, 10U bigs corn, slightly dam
Nsw Geohoia F_o_", Ac_Mr. J. N. Robson has
j cist received, and will herr-fter have weekly supplies,
of the best brands of this exoellent artlole, at his old
stand. No. 0i East Bay. He ha? alio on hand a lot of
prime Beehive syrup. 8oo his advorliaemont.
Tobacco.-To country merchants and store keepers,
the advertisement of Mr. Lo__ht_ at Mo. 8M Klug.
street, which appears In our payar to-day, must be a
..matter of great intorcst Tlio fiuo biandb uf tobacco
which ho always hat- In Blore Imb given bun a reputa
tion which Is crcdltablo to hliu, au?l we would suggest a
visit to lils cstabliHhmeut by smokers generally.
FAinurns'l Hei-atu- RiTTEns.-This valuablo pripa
ralion, coining ns It iIoch from tho laboratory of h > well
known and ?-ltllful a pharmaceutist as Mr. Panknin,
han alr?ady made great progrcKS In tho esteem of our
comiuuulty, especially with pcrsous sulTorlcg from
dyspepsia, or durangeinont of tho liver, or stomachic
debility. The responsibility of the establishment which
puts forth these bittern, for specific complaints, and not
for overy discaso which "tlosh Is heir to," is such as to
make all who purchase thom know that they aro mado j
of only thoHO ingredients which the proprietor informs
them they are catnposod of, and which certainly Isa
guarantee that fow of tho medical rome?lies which aro
being publish. ?I in every nook anil corner of tho streets
at the present time, can lay claim to. Foroursolvcs, wo
can say that thny aro not only of au agreeable taste,
but a capital correctivo of d?spopsla and a most excel
lent appetizer, and that wo firmly believe, if properly
taken for any dcrangomoiit ol the bepaUQ functions,
they will m?ko tho porBon so usiui them a very long
BKTTF.n Than On. Wells.-Tho mest valuable pos
lossion on earth is good health.
Aro an excellent preserver of tho health and vigor of the
They ?pilot tho nerves.
They euro Dyepep-la nnd Liver Complaint.
They create a healthy appetite.
They cure Cramps and Cholle.
Thoy purify and invigorate tho System.
They cure Hesdacho, Constipation and Biliousness.
They requlio no change of diet.
They instantly rolievo distress after eating.
They make the wea. strong, the languid brilliant,
and aro exhausted nature's great r< storer. They aro j
composed of tho celebrated Calisaya bark, wintorgreon,
Biwwiiras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly j
pure 8t. Cr oix Rum. For particulars, sec circulars and
testimonia.B around each bottle.
TnT Tn_M, and us Cubed.
August 7 tnths3
We do not assert that every family should bo their
own physician lu all cases ; but it is uodonlablo that,
with a caso of Humi'hiie?s' HuMieopathic Specifics in
the house, times without number, disease and sickness
may bo arrested, and time, money and Buffering saved.
This is being done by thousands, and may bo done by
all. Seo advertisement in another column or address
Hijmi'hue?m* UoMOOFATnic Medicine Co.,
August G C ho. 602 Bioadway, N. Y.
TO IJilli\TRY MERI.II.li\TS
HAS REOEIVED AND WILL SELL LOW
15 barrels REGALIA SMOKING TOBACCO.' five |
papers to ho ponud.
1U barrels RICHMOND PRIDE, In 1. y" and V bbls.
KILLIKINIOK, Moore's Brand, In five pound balos,
at $'S per bale.
Tbe*eTobaccoes have been boughtcbeap, and being of |
good quality, cala atteution to tho trade. At
No. 393 King, a few doors aboto George-street.
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON, RICE.
hl'MBKIl ANO NAVAL ST?llES.
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCEfANTS
NO. ISS BA8T BATT,
Charlegton, S. C.
ARE PREP APED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES
on shipments or COTTON. HI..E. LUMBElt.
ROSIN and TORPENT NE to LIVEltPOOL. NEW
YORK, ROS ION, PHILADELPHIA, BaLTIMOBE,
ii.?vana, cahu?nas and barbaloes.
They will aWo make liberal advances to PLANTERS
on Consignments ? I iholr Crepa, to the disposal of which
they will give their prompt, p. rsoual attention.
August 7 ...
SPAR TANIU'll? OISTIIICT, s. c.
W. C. ANDERSON, Pbopbietob.
IS NOW OPEN FOR TH K SEASON,
$3 60 per day, $05 per mouth.
Access by railroad to 8partanburg C. H. Hacha from
there tu the Springs.
August 7 1_
Wonderful but True !
MADAME REMINGTON. THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologlst and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in
clairvoyant state, delineates the very feature-? of the per
son you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument
of Intense power, known as the Paychomotrope, gnar
anteea to produce a perfect and life-like picture of the
future husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading trait? of character, ko.
This la no Imposition, aa testimonials without number
can assert. By stating place of blrtb, ago, disposition,
color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re*
oelve the picture by return mau, together ?-1th desired
Address In confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM.
INGTON, P. O. Box 297, West Troy, N. Y.
An experienced Norse and Feomle Physician,
Presente to the attention of Mothers ber
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly fax-lt-tea the procesa of Teething, b;
softening the gums, reluclng all inflammations, w11
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Depend apon it, mothers, it will givo rum to yonrselTei.
Relief and Health to Your Infants.
Wo have put up and sold this article for over thin j
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what wi
have never been ablo to say of ?.. other medlclne
NEVER HAS IT FAILED EN a BLfOIiB INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CURE, whon timely unod. Never did ni
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one wt!
need It On the contrary, all are delighted with Ita op?
rallona, and apeak In terms of commendation of in
magical effects and modical virtuos. We apeak In thli
matter "what we do know," after thirty years* expe
nenco, and FLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERB DECUkliB. In almon
every instance where th? infant le suffering from pall
and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twenU
minutes after the syrup U admlnlotorcd.
Full directions for using will accompany i ach bottli
None genuine uni?os the foo simile of CURTIS k FIR
KINS, New York, la on the outside wrapper.
Sold by al) di aggiets throughout the world.
Prtow u-Jy 811 Cent? per Bottle.
"Tor wtAa by
KING & OASBIDEY.
"Tobrnarv X2 oma J?.ri'---~
City SU Per Oui. Sturt,; Stat? and South Carolina
Railroad Hoads, di.., nt Auction.
itv JOHN .. MIU(-S.
THIS DAY, the 7th Instant, at 11 o'clock, at my oin?:??,
corner ?>f llr a I mid Bast Bay, will bo sold,
TUB PlIL-UWI-H SKCdKU'IKSi
TWO TUnCMANl' SKVKN DUNDItRO AND THIR
TEEN BO-IM UnLLAl?B C11Y SIX PER CENT.
H COK, i'i HU11IH to Rlllt |iiirclmn>rH
FOUR THOUSAND DOLLAtUl BTATE OF ROUTII
UAHOUNA SIX PER CENT. RONDS
ONETU?iUSAN.?UOLLVH8 STATE SOUTH CAROLI
NA MEVEN PER CENT. H0ND8
SEVEN HITNDHfeP AND .?INETY-FOUIt DOLLARS
8TATESOUTU CAROLINA SIX PEU CENT. r.OOK
THIRTY FIVE HU DIIEO I)OLL\US IN CITY OFOO
LUMBIX MIX PER'lfcNl' B NDS
FlrTrfeN HUNDitED LOLLMIN SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS.
TWENTY SU ARES SOUTH CARt LINA RAILROAD
NINETY-SIX HU ARES ELMORE INSURANCE COM
TWENTY SHARES ?UIARLE.T >N GAH COMPANY.
UNLIMITED SEjURITIK? rocclved belora sale.
iMii.i.u: \\, .11 K.I.ci I ki.?< " CO..
No. ?O \ ?mini Hii.'g-.
Sell THIS D\Y. tbo 7th lustaut, at 10 o'clock,
2 lilulo. sID S
3 hinno h-KK ?1 Shoulders
CO boxen Smoked Herrings
5 b> xes MiiHtnrd
3 boxen (lilli..?' Pepper
2 canes Apple Samco
2 cases Uorso Radi.h.
A la-?o ORBortmcnt of GENT'S FURNISHING
Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Shoes.
2 l8 knr..t GOLD WATCHFS
a Ano Sllvor Watch-s
1 Gold Fob Chain.
1 lot FURNITURE, 1 Marine Clock
4 Who lb rrowH
1 lot Shovels aud Hamcs
1 COW, a SprlnRcr.
AND, AT I'ltlVATK 8ALE,
One YAWL BOaT. .0 foot long, C foot beam, willi
mn-1h ealls, oars anti rudder, all in completo order.
AugUHt 7 _ .
.TA MKS AV. it ko wv
Will soil THIS DAY.at tludr Htoro.No. 110 East Bay.at 10
25 canes WHISKEY.
Conditions cbbIi. Anguit 7
Shoulders, Hams, Rutter, Pork, dec.
.lAIHi'.N \V. DKOWN .- cu.
Will sell THIS DAY, at their Blore, No. 110 East Bay, nt
100 Sugar-cnred Hams
10 hogs Rutter
5 bola. Mesa Pork
20 bblB. Flour
15 boxns Tobacco
10 boxes Tomato Catsup
12 boxen _onp.
Bacon, Soap, Cheese, Tobacco, &c, Ac.
II* LAI'U-V _. ALEXA"DI?lt.
THIS DAY, 7ili mat., will bo nold lu our store. No. 137
East ii.v. oppuBiio North Atlanllc Wharf, at 10o'clock,
130 PRIME SUGAR-CURED HAMS
10 boxee CliooEo
8 boxes Soap
10 boxes Tobacco
10.000 ncgars, various brands
4 bill*. Pork Hen n
6 bbls. Pork Trimmings.
Conditions cash August 7
Claret, Soap, Marcaroni, Sardines, c_c.
BY A. II A Hltall AUK a-SONS.
THIS DAY, tho 7th inst., at 10 o'clock, we will sell, In
front of our s'or??, No. 27 Vonduo Raugo, without re
36 cases ST. JUL EN'S CLARET
24 boxes F? nilly S< ap
8 boxen Castile Snap
8 boxes Italian Maccaronl
.1 barrels Ruin
2 barrels Vinegar
2 creen Sardine, kc, Ac.
Two pontlo FAMILY HOUSES ; Ihey draw In singlo or
double barncss. August 7
IIV II.iII.NS _ HKK.
Will bo sold, 'J HIS LAY, at 11 o'clock A. M., at our Store,
No 78 Eapt Bay,
lfO ?acka WHITE CORN
100 doz-n Brooms
8 m nts Tu 8
8 blindies Buckets
4 bundi.h shoes Brushes
14 dozen Kawccts. August 7
HY It. M. 1UAI-8IIAL.L..
TO-MORROW, 8:h ii st, it li o'clock, will bo sold, be
fore my "alee Room, No. 33 Broad street,
1 ?VURK HO.-.SE
1 Npriu,: Cart
1 Cart. August 7
BY \\ li.Ill K ?- SON.
At Private Sale
HOUSE AND LOT, No. 32 Nassau street; lot SO feet
front ?>y 160 feet in depth.
HOU-E AND LOT, in Honrlotta street, north side,
four doois from Meeting-street; lot 27 feet by 112 feet.
HOUSE AND LOT, south eldo Calioun street, third
door cast of 8iulth Btreot, 35 feet front on Cilhoun
street hy 105 feot in depth.
HOUSE AND LOT. north side of Bogard ntreot, third
door nest of St. Philip street, 35 feet front by 165 feet
HOUSE AND EOT, north side of Bull street. No. 30,
fourth door west of Smith stroet, 60 feet front by 220
feet. In depth.
Largo and small sized desirably situated BUILDING
LOTS, located In various parts of the City.
For terms, ko., apply tous,
CORNER STATE AND CHALMERS STREETS.
BY AL.ONZO J. WHITE Si SON.
At Private Sale
A three-quarter blooded MARE, about five years old.
Foi further particulars, apply at onr
August 7 1 OFFIOB, No. 68 EAST BAY.
NEW ORLEANS, and
FOR SALE BY
CONNER k WILSON,
No. 5 -Broad Street.
UNION BANK OF LONDON.
FOR SALE BY
CON WER & WILSON.
August - thstuO No. 6 BROAD STREBT.
ATTOItSni _? AT J--A.-OT
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
No. as BROAD STREET (UP STAIRS).
AagMt 9 0
MoKAV A AMf*l>KIaIr,
Hu?-i >? .???.?, lu-xi I'ostoflice,
Wl 1 sell. Tills HAY, tit Hi o'(|, eli,
A FULL UMiOiiED MAU-, four yearn ol i. ,SdI?i io"
no fault whatevi r.
ONE ENGLISH SADDLE AMD HUIDLE.
Condiiions ______ _ A up tut 1
Horte, Mule and Carts.
DIcIiAY ?v lAlHI'Bii LL,
lin M-l ?Sir?" r. ti?xi I"?? ?Alcr.
Will sell, THIS DAY, at lu o'clock,
1 WORK HORSE
1 Young Mule
2 Carts, In good order.
Condttlor-B cash. _ A ngnst 7
Dry (J nod?, ?te.
Miiii? At O ni I'll ki.I,,
HiiKii-Kini-i, next lo Postollice,
will hoII THIS IMY, at 10 o'clock,
FANCY PRINT8, J clamen. Brown ?Shirtings and 0*__
burr.s. Fancy Futuifl. lion- M?litH, Ansortctl Brow?
Colton HhirtB, Black and olored I.i-1?-Thread Cleve?,
Ilrown, MU??I, awl White H??f?i and Half JIos??, Unc-t
Cambrie. and Cotton I'oclipt Haiidliprcbiefn, H up pen ri era.
Linen Duck. Padillas and Tow.Ullin, 1. B. Murts, NecJt
Ties, Rrown nu<| Wfaila Cotton Under Shirts wid.
Drawer?. Hound aid Drmslag Combs, I'orltot l'lsskos
Hair Pins, HuttoiiH, fee, ?io.
:i i-sccB UM HUELLAS. Clothing, Halo, Ac.
Coi.illtlon? cash. Augur?. S
Furniture! Furniture! Furniture! Al Auction
HV IflACKKY ?Si l?AKl'H.
Will bo sold at our edo?? room. No. ttQ MurUot-stree?,
THIS DAY, at 11 <i'?l< r.k A. M..
A 'general nssnrtliient of NEW AND KECOND-HASTX
FURNITURE, all or which will be Reid to closi? .?_,
Kien i?, ?i?-h. August S
JW?. 1 Milch Com.
M \< ki: . St n\iii-:i:
WlllseU to tioliiirhest bidder. THIS DAY, at Ka CC
Markot-street, at 11 o'clock ?. M ,
A No. 1 MILO H COW, warranted.
Corn, Corn-For Account of in A Ont it may Cvxr~
BY ?T. A. I?:rv LOW ?ft CO.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY. 7th lout, on North Atlanta
Whsrf. at IO o'clock A M.
10.* bags CORN, tlightly damaged, containing two
li'iRhelu o cb. Aii/'uM 7
Direct Importation-Choice Musnouado Sugar.
UY.I. A. Kr? - i.nw it CO.
On FRIDAY iifxt, 10th August, at half-past 11 u'clocY,
will bo Hold on Accomuioitaiiou Wharf,
.'IO H H D.S. VERY CHOICE MUdCOYADO 8UGAB.
Conditions at salo. AitunatT
Ilou>ehold Furniture, Kitchen Utensils, At.
by snmn._ -iK.ii.i.intAV.
TO-MORROW, the Sth instant, at 0 o'clock, will by
sold on the premise? No. l63 Queen streot, nortb side,
ono door west of Franklin street, A VARIETY OF
WEIL KEPT FURNITURE, belonging to a family
declining housekeeping, consisting of :
FINE MAH0G?NY MOHAIR UEATCHAIR8, SOFAS*.
Tables, Sideboard, Dining Tables, Bureaus, Hoc feiny
Olasn and Ohlnawaro
Kitchen Utonslls. rVc.
1 Cheat of Carpenters' Tools.
All articles must bo removed on the morning ol sal?.
Auction Sale of Sugar, Molasses, Wines, Jellie^,.
Marmelades, Havana Syrups, Preserved Fruit?
Havana Segars, Svatiish Smoking Tobacco, t_c.
KV II HALAS
WILLIAM M. PELO", Auotionkeb.
TO-MORROW, 8th August, at li o'clock, at Montra.
Ralas _ Co.'s Btore, No. USEast Bay,
ISO bW? I PRIME MU8COYADO 8UGAR
270 bbla. few Crop Muscovado Molasaea
16 hhds. Choice Porto Rico Molapsoa
6 caaes Guava Jelly and Marmelado
10 cases Preserved Fruits, assorted
6 canes Havana Hyrnps, assorted
16 cases Italian Macearon 1
6 caaos Olive OU
23 kega oliven
6 demijohns White Wine Vluegar
16 "'?-casks L'sialognia Claret W no
10 caaes Superior Old sherry u ine
26,000 Havana SegarB of ?boleo qualities and brand*
300 lbs. Spanish Smoking Tobacco, y. and 1 lb. pack?-? -
Conditions.-Stuns under finnu, caBh; over $1QD .*"_,
thirty days for approved endowed notes.
August 7 _
Tobacco, Colton, Carriage, and Sundrtt*.
BY i.. mr.-,cn At sor?.
Will be sold TO-MORROW, K.h in.tant, at ludf-pa-tr.
0 o'clock, at No. 6<>6 Kim. -stroet,
One genteel oue-horso OARRlAGE and HARNRBS
One substantial Buggy
One Spring Cart
One Buggy Horse
Ton boxes Tobacco
One bale ol Cotto-i, damaged
Botch Segara and bottles Urandy
Sundry ar?clfls of Furniture, Clothing, Ac, ._?>_,
Unlimited articles received up to hour of sale.
Cargo Sale of Muscovado Sugars, Wliitc Ilavait-a
Sugars, and Muscovado Molasses.
BY .los. H iiisi.i: , .
H. Z. LAURKY, Auotioneer.
On FRIDAY, AugtiBt 10. at 11 o'clock A. M., will be ?triai
at Accommodation Wharf.
Tie OARGO of the eclir. 'Thomas J. Frazier," trema
76 hh 1b. superior and prime quality GROCEB-T
SI boxos Whit? Havana Sugars
20 Lhd8. Muscovado Molasses.
Terms at sale._-Ango al -
W11) bo sold on WEDNESDAY, August 16, 1866, at _
o'clock, at Hilton Head, S. C, at publlo auction, tar .
the h l?lr st bidder,
A QUANTlT?OFCOMMI8S?.RY PROPERTY.
COPYING PRESSES, 8UALES
Funnels, Faucots, Scoops
Saws, Kniv.es, SteeU
Ov? as, Cauldrons
Hammers, Brushes, Stoves
Axes, Pumps Ao., &c.
Terms--Cash in United 8 atoa currency.
?H. W. BURNS'.
August 3 10 Brevet Brlg.Oen. and 0. 8. U. 8. A
C-III El?' O^UARTRRBIASTEllr, Ol-PIOB,
D-PABTafCrlT OF THE CAROLINAS, b
Chau-eston. S. O., July 30, 1886. J
Will be be soldat Publlo Auotion.at North Comm erra?
Wharf, at 10 o'clock A. M.. August 16th, 1806, tho?..
S. steamer "PLAN, KR," wita nil tier equipments?.
. The "Planter" la woll adapted for carrying cottcnv
having capacity for one thousand bales. Her h nil cexD
machinery are lu perfect ordor. Hhn is 160 foot langt _
46 feet beam; 7 feet dopth of hold; drvtrrht 6 feet; "toa.
two tubular bollare; two horizontal big i-prosaure cat -
ginee, not connected; diameter ot cymidor 20 incl__?^
strone of pint?n 6 foet.
Terms cash, lu Government funds.
O. W. THOMAS,
Hrovct Llout. Col. and Chief Quartermaster.
Furniture. Horses, Vehicles. <_<;., at Auction.
BY S.1I IT 11 ?Si nli-liU.l I VU. AY.
No. W7 Brou?! Street. Sott ti? Side, Near St?-*?c
Hales of FURNITURE, ko., at private residences at
tended to at moderate charges.
Auction everv WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VBH 1
CLES, e'URNITURE, ko , at half past lo o'clock ot on j
FOB 3 ALE,
I r\ 8HARES ROME LOAN AND BUILDING? A3
l\J 80CIATI0N STOCK.
Apply at this ofllca._July 19
C. N AVERILL & SON,
ForwardiM anil Commission Mercttante.
HAVE REMOVED FROM No. 20 HAYNE-STRElCr
TO No. 2 ATLANTIC WHARF.
A large supply of HAY AND CORN for salo low.
D. 0. EBALidH,
Millwright, Maohinist and Engineer,
18 PREPARED TO FURNISH STEAM ENGINE.?.
Circular Milli, Grist Mills, Engines for Cotton Gea??
and Shafting, ko.
Is agent for the best Turbine Water Wheel in __r>
Pata up his Machinery on PlantaUons. and guara-te?*
lo perform scoordlng to contract, la going lo Haltlmcarr
In a few daya, and can attend to any ot?ler personally.
Address D. 0. EHAU H,
August 0 ia Monk's Corner, N, E. R. B.