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The ?.>h i \ -v N ews.
THURSDAY MoBM?KO. AUtiUST i), 1-CC.
LAKH?ST CUUrULATIOK IN THE STATE.
LAK?JEST CIKCULATIOM li. THE CITf.
?.THE I-IH-T OP" LBTTBR8 re
?xiiiliiliitt in trie Permroflioe at the end
of ?am?la weeli Is pithlisl-xe<i oftiolully
lja *I_*_"__ DADjY NJirWB every lT_-i
The following are the Agenta for this paper*.
W. A. HEMINGWAY, Qonoral Traveling and Collect
Rov. COLIN MURCHISON, Oonoral Traveling and
TOWNSEND k NORTH, BooksoHors and BtaUonorp,
Columbia, B. 0.
Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, S. C.
Gol. J. i. RYAN, BarnwoU, 8. 0.
F. M. TRI M MI KR, Spartan Offlco, Spart-nbnrg, 8. O
J. T. DuBOlB, Marion.
O. 8. HARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla.
PATRICK & HT7VEY, Macon, Georgia.
B. A. MoKNIGUT. Union ville.
.J. Y. H. WILLIAMS Clinton, 8. O.
/. B. ALLEN. Chester O. H., 8. O.
IOBEPH H. SEAR8. "New South," Hilton Hoad.
W. 8. LANCE, Grahamvtllo P. O., Beaufort, 8. 0.
B. F. BRADFORD, Waltorboro*. 8, C.
S. L. DARR. Sumter. 8. O.
THAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangobnrg, 8. C.
/. T. HER8HMAN. " Journal office," Camdon, 8. 0.
1. M. BROWN, "8outhomor office," Darlington, 8. 0.
M. M. QUINN h BRO., Augusta,
/. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DA VEGA, Agout in Now Yorfc.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, Now York,
&as always tho latest dates of the Dai_v News, as he
Cooa of aU the other principal journals of the oountry.
a e a
ter SEE SECOND AND THIRD PASES. -?$
Rain.-Wo had, on yesii rday afternoon, a very
pleasant rain, accompanied with protty severe
lightning, which rendered the air of the evening
coolor and much moro agrocablothan it otherwise
would have been.
"The Lost Cause."-This work is, now roady
for delivery. Subt-cribers will please call for their
copies on the agent, Mr. Robert Wilson, No. 51
The steamship Saragpsra, Crowei-,, from Now
York, roported yesterday at quarantine, has been
allowed to como to the wharf and discharge her
cargo, the Bhip being clean and healthy.
Delayed Telegrams.-In our issue of yester
day morning wo complained of the delay of a dis
patch from Mobile. La Ht night we received a
telegram from the Agi nt of the Associated Press
in Augusta, stating that this dispatch had boen
accidentally delayed in the Telograph Office of
that place. This i?- precisely as we surmised. Mr.
O'Kkefe, the Superintendent of the American
Telegraph Company in thi_ city, is always prompt
in forwarding dispatches to their destination, and
the News owes him a largo debt of gratitudo for
his uniform hind attentions.
An Old Citizen. -Mr. John Guy, one of the old
est mechanics of our city, whoso days havo been
passed with in industry and an nnobtrnsivencss
quite remarkable, departed this lifo on yesterday.
Of a retiring disposition, and an evenness of tem
per possessed by few, he has travelled long throng li
this world, pursuing his avocations, and making
provision for a lurgo family with a zeal and a qni
etneBB that should afford an example to many.
Such men, though they may not be flattered while
living, cannot but bo ri-gretted when dead, and
those few words nartiully indicato our sorrow.
Tho funeral services will tu ko place this morn
ing at 8 o'clock, at Trinity Church.
Fish,-Tho piscatorial vonders now throng our
streets and in every imagiuablo tono of voice solicit
all to purchase. In former times the watermelon
and other vegetable merchants appeared to have
a monopoly of the street trade Tho new regime
has changed this in a grout moaeure.
The stroot noises now consist mostly of the
cries of fish and shrimp merchants, who represent
to the public, in varied cries, that thoir stock is
the best, and cannot be surpassed. The reports
that have been circulating io our town concerning
cholera, Ac, may'have given more tim to these
itinerants. Bat we doubt very much if any sick
ness could diminish their activity. This market
is well supplied at present, and in comparison
with meat, the price ia quito low. Wo sincorely
hope that no epidemic may interfere with this
trade, and that our streets miy long resound with
the well-known ory of porgy, Ac.
Charlebton Shipping.-It affords us satisfac
tion to notice any enlargement of the field of our
mercantile operations, and pleasure to record
transactions which give evideneo that our mer
chants are placing their fonds in the gre ?t ship
ping interest-afield which is sufficiently large for
the most extended mercantile ambition, and
among the greatest means by which the commer
cial prosperity of cities is bnilt up. We wore
consequently gratified to learn that Mosrra.
Street Brothers & Co., and Geo. A. I/icke, mer
chants of our city, havo purchased au iuterout in
an elegant now bark now in this port. This vos
eel is the bark Addie Decker, entirely now, built at
Brunswick, Me., by Me.-sri-?. Penn all Brothei-.??,
who havo sparod io oxpuiw- in making her a hn-t
claas vessel, bosntifnl in model and comp,'-ti in
finish. She is 450 tons, of 13_ feot dralt when
fully loaded, of 1800 bales cotton capacity, und in
all respects suited to the trade of this port, '-here
sho will be perm-non tly employed, and sim will
be known as a Charleston ?hip. Her Captain is
Mr. James H. Peknall, a well-tried and skillful
This vessel "vas cleared yentcrdny by Messrs.
Street Be ther-? A Co , who will be her agents
here, with a cargo of 833 000 feet pitoh pino lum
ber, and 70 birrels rosin, intended for tho Riodola
Plata, South America.
TnE CuoLEnA in New Y?>rtK.-The epidemic of
cholera in New Ymk ia tite-dily increasing as tho
season advances, though it does not as yet pre
vail as a pestilence. ThuB far it has obeyed the
laws of opi ernie contagions closely. From the
foul dens of the tonant-honae ai.d collar popula
tion it has gone by a natural law to the alms
houses and prii-ons, and to tb_ depots tor troops
on tho islands near Nun Y.irk. Prom those latter
depots it baa been oarrlod on army transporte to
Tybco Island and to Calveston, and recognizing
tho portable oharccti r of the disease tho Secre
tary of War has f?irbiddeii tho roinovil of troups
from any of the islands about Now York, and lia?
placed Ihoin all under rigid quarantine. "The Tri
bune of Saturday says :
Wo vogrot to etato that the choiera tinea not
diminish, but, on tho contrary, has very material
ly increased during tho past week. * The total
number of ?Jeittha in tho city, including tho pub
lic institutions, for tin? w? ok ending today, will
not bo known beforo .Munday, but uno liumlrctl
and twenty hud occurred up to .*> P. M. yesterday.
The virulenco of tbo dioeaso can only bo known
by comparing the number who have died tvitfi the
mini lui- who have been attacked, and no nccurato
or trustworthy retnrus of the latter class havo yet
been mado. Tho day before yesterday tlioro wiro
seventeen deatha and seventeen admission? into
tho cholera ward of tho hospital on Ward's
Island. Thrco poreons had been discharged and
forty-ono remained under treatment. On Black
well's Island, where the disease has been particu
larly malignant, tho best account that can bo
given from the rathor incub?rent reports thus far
rendered, shows fifty-seven deaths out of eighty
two cases, which is a very largo mortality.
It Carme.-- us Bach to the Past.-Wc find the
following obituary notice in the Anderson (8. 0.)
Intelligencer of the 2d instant. Tho decoaeo of
the widow of tho illustrious Caluoun-bIio who
so nobly illustrated the character of the Southern
matron and accomplished lady, while in the
nation's capital, or at her own Pendloton home
carried us back to the past, wheu it was no trea
son to ailinn political doctrines so earnestly and
eloquontly advocated by him, to whom eho was so
devoted during their long companionship in life.
Peace to tho ashes of tho noblo woman : God rest
her soul in Heaven !
Departed this lift-, in Pendleton, South Caro
lina, July 26. 18UG, Mrs. Floride Calhoi.n, relict
of tho lato Hou. John C. Calhoun, in tho 75th your
of her age.
t"ho sleeps in Jcsub awaiting tho trumpet's
sound at the list great day, when thone who,
having finished their course in the confiilonco of
a certain faith, and in the comfort of a reasona
ble, religious and a holy hopo, shall bo received
into everlasting habitation*. By her remov.il,
another link has been severed of the chain whieli
united ub with a free, happy arid glorious part.
The wife of John 0. Calhoun, Carolina's groutOBt
statesman, and most honored Bon, it wero better
sho should depart than longer livo to witness the
destruction which he so ably and earnestly en
deavored to prevent.
Few who have occupied a like elevated position,
have been so generally esteemed aud beloved.
By her many noble traits of character she had on
doarod herself to the community of which sho
had so long been an honored member ; and heart
felt was the sympathy exhibited by her many
friends during her painful and protracttt! Buffer
ings ; and now that she rests in peace, her memory
will bo cherished by"them with peculiar respcot
ami v-niei ation.
Death from a Fall oveb a Melon Rind.
Wo clip tbo following from the Norfolk Old Do
"Yesterday morning, at about 8 A.M., Mrs. Eli
zabeth Young, a lady of some GO years of ago,
while on tbo sidewalk in front of -he dry goods
establishment of Mesnrs. Seldner, Werthcimcr A
Co., stepped on a musk melon rind, which slip
fiing, caused her to fall. She was immediately
ified, and taken to tho baek room of the store
mentioned and a physician called in. Dr. JiimcB
I). Galt carne inim?-diatelv, but found tho ladv- in
a moribund condition. It is supposed that sho
fell on her head and side, and that concussion of
the brain ensued. Convulsions followed her fall
to tho pavement, and she died in a comatose con
We publish the above as a solemn warning to
persons in this city who are in the habit of throw
ing melon rinds and seeds upon the sidewalks. It
is exceedingly dangerous, and should bo made a
A co-respondent of the Lauronsville Herald,
writing from Washington, has tho following itoin,
showing the modus of tho Radicals :_
I find a "Political Manual for 18GG," issued by
Edward McPhersnn, Clerk of tho House of Repre
sentatives, containing a full record of each branch
of the Government on reconstruction, from tho
accession of Mr. Johnson to thb rresidenev,
April 15, 18G5, to July 4, 1861*. The animus of tlie
publication is not parti-an, but official. Aud
yet I find appended to tho namos of Southern
Senators and Representatives such explanatory
memoranda as the following :
"Mr. Perry was Confederate 8tatcs Jutigc."
"Mr. Munninir was volunteer aid to Beau regard
at Sum ter and Manasnas. "
"Mr. Kennedy whs Colonel."
"Mr. McG?>?van, Brigadier-General in tho rohel
army. Mr. Farrow was a r presontativo in tho
firsthand second rebel Congress."
Those records indicate something, and when I
say further, that thousands of copies of this work
f pp. 13<!) aro nsed as campaign documents by tho
Ropuhlican Committee, you may bo able to appre
ciate its mission.
Mayor's) Court, August 8.-A peddler of tobac
co (a Hebrew', who has been several times bofore
His Honor for vending "the mild segar" without
a liconso, as well as for smelling corks, was fined
ten dollars; but as be stated he was going to Au
gusts, it waa remitted on the condition that he start
A little negro boy, of about six years of age,
who said he waa put on board of a boat at Savan
nah by aome one, he having no father and mother,
or other relativos, waa sent to the Frecdmen'a Bu
reau to be cared for.
A man who bad been drunk and fighting waa
disoharged, as the other party had not boen ar'
rested, and it waa necessary that both sides should
A woman with a bUck eye, that would have
been highly creditable to a prize ring, who said
she had been robbed of threo dollars and a half,
which sho had in a stocking, was placed bofore
His Honor for giving vent to her grief in rathor
too loud a voice for the middle of the night, and
for interspersing her languago with a number of
expressions that, at that hour, seemed particu
larly terrible, and waa fined thrco (lollara.
Provost Court, Augast 8.-United States vs.
Susan Hudson (colored).-Drunk and disorderly.
-The dofondant wsb found reclining on the side
walk in St. Phillip atreot, and apparently very
well satisfied with bor situation, i>he was quite
merry and boistorous Tho Court decided that
Snsan had been looking through a bottle until sho
had lost hor balanco, and in order to restore her
equilibrium imposed a fino of $2(7,'or sixty day?'
labor, subject to order of P.i.-;t Commander.
United Statos vs. Jno. Boles (colored).-Carry
ing ooncoalod woapons.-Liontenant Ficklino, of
the I'? ii ice, deposed that ho heard a shot fired at
tho west ond of Broad street, and on going there
found the prisoner with a pistol that had just
been fired. This disorderly practice of ?hooting
in tho city limits has been very frequent lately.
The parties seem to caro very little who is near
thom. The Court sentenced the prisoner to pay
?50 fine, or bo imprisoned until the fine is paid
rather a dear shot.
United States vs. Arno Reid (colored).-Tres
pass.-Several parties havo boen very much an
noyed reoentty by finding that their piazzas have
been used sa ah eping place? by disorderly char
actors. This was o'oarly proved in the defend
ant's car.o. The Court imposed - fine of 16, or
lirU'cii ilay.1.' hard labor, bulj-.t lo Otdur ii Poet
United StatCB M. Lot GadHdeu and Jut?. Meyer?
(ctiloroil).-Attempt to brou- House.-Prive te?
Qpi.vn mid Co.v.vki.i.y, policemen, teatilied tliul
they ?aw tho prisoner? undor very ?'.?spieiou? cir
euniHtance?, loitering near tho corner of Columbus
and llanover .trecta. Mrs. McOuinn, who koop- a
storo at tho corner, hoard a iioi'ho and ?trnok a
light, when tho men jnmped over tho fenco and
?ot away. Tho police afterward, arrcuted tho
mon and found a cold chisel on thom. Tho Court
aentenced thom to pay |10 each, or thirty day?'
hard lib r on tho ?trcot?..
United State? us. Bill Mason (colored).-Assault
and Larceny--The defendant, about ? P. M. on
TnoHday ovening, ?lipped iuto Mr. WALKER- sta
tionery storo, corner of Markot and Mooting
streets, and was about to alio oil' with a box of
ink, when detected by tho porter. Ho was scizod,
and the ink taken away, when ho took up a brick
and struck tho porter behind tho ear. Tho Court
found tim prisoner guilty, and condumnod hin? to
pav $G0 fine, and to bo put at hard labor on tho
Btreets for ?ixty days.
.iii'iiiiii Sales This Day.
F. Backus will sell this day, at his store, No. 130
-looting ?trect opposito tho Pavilion Hotel, at 10
o'clock, an assoriment of tobacco, liquors, dry goods,
T. M. Cater will soil this day, on Brown's Wbnrf, at
10 "'clock, chowlng ?nil smoking tobacco, molasses,
butter, shoulders, lard, ko.
XT. B. - T. E. IIY..N will sell thl? day, at Iho _ortb
siile of the old Custom House, at 11 o'clock, a beautiful
Mn.T.iaAN, TIlKLCiirns s> Co. will sell this day, at their
store. No. 20 Vendue Kongo, nt 10 o'clock, shoulders and
hams, condensed nil'k, lot of dry goods, furniture, and
a variety of miscellaneous articles.
Mi Ka. k (Ula--IX will sell this day, at their ?toro,
Hasel street, next to Postoflice, at 10 o'clock, horse,
cart and harncB; chairs, tobacco, kc. ; dry goods and
If you want nlco cuntom-madc boots, go to ___?
worth's No. 8-1 Bing street. 30 August 9
Ellsworth's Boot and Sime Store.-A call at this
emporium or fine shoes and boots, No. 394 Klug street,
will convince purchaser? how correct he Is in the ad
vortlBomenls which appear In our paper to-day. Go and
examine his goods, and yon must bo pleased.
Fison the discovery of petroleum, it has boen con
sidered by mechanics and others Interested, to be one
of the best lubrl.-atlng agents known. Tho North has
long held the monopoly of this article, but as Is seen
in another column, Virginia has also "struck Ho." Tho
Longmoor Oil Cn., of Western Virginia, havo offered an
article to (he public that can be obtained at one-third of
tho price of most lubricators, and has been need with
great satisfaction by railroads, machine shops, &o. We
nfc- all interested to the advertisement of Mr. Wm. M.
Bird & Co., in another column.
Ladies havo their variety of bonnets-no two alike
and continual change and novelty in their styles. So
are mon fastidious and changeable in their styles of col
lara, judging from tho variety we saw at W?f Mat
IHI-Ulf.-fff. No. 219 K-ng street, called by so many
nal-es It would bo hard to remember thom all. Thero
arc the Perslgny. Egbert, Thalberg, Solferino, Ex
quisito, Van Dyke, Shakspcare, Lord Byron, Prlnco
Albert, Spring Bishop, kc, ko., both of linen and
Whoever wishes to obtain handsome, ?hirts, collars
and ties, wo wonld say that is tho place to get them.
PaNKKIS's HEPATIC BlTTKiis.-This valuable pr?pa
ration, coming u it does from the laboratory of no well
known and ?kllful a pharmaceutist as Mr. Panknin,
has already mado great, progress in tho esteem of our
community, especially with persons suffering from
dyspopsia, or der-ngoinont of the liver, or stomachic
debility. The responsibility of tho establishment which
puts forth theso bitters, for BpeclQc complainte, and not
for every disease which "flesh Is heir to," Is such as to
make all who purchase thom know that they aro made
of only thoso ingr- dienta which tho proprietor informs
them they are c.mposed of, and which certainly is a
guarantee that few of tho medical remedies which aro
being published in every nook aud corner of tho streets
at the present time, can lay claim to. For ourselves, wo
can say that they aro not only of an' agreeable tasto,
but a capital correctivo of d? spopBla and a moat excel
lent appotlzer, and that wa Unaly believe. If properly
taken for any derangement or the hoiii'.ic fjnctlons,
tbey wUl make the person so asia ; them a very long
Br.TTEn Than On. Weilk.-The most valuable pos
session on earth is good health.
Are an excellent pro .-er ver of the health and vigor of tho
They quiet the nerves.
They euro Dyspop la and Liver Complaint.
They create a healthy appetite.
They enre Cramps and Oholio.
They purify and Invigorate tho System.
They cure Headache, Oon.iipation and Biliousness.
They require no chango of dl.t.
They instantly relieve distress after eating.
They make the wea_ strong, the languid brilliant,
and are exhausted nature's great r. storer. They are
composed of the celebrated Calisaya bark, wintergreeo,
sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly
pure St. Cr oix Hum. For particulars, see circulan and
testimonials around each bottle
TnV THEM, AND. UK CUBED.
August 7 tullis:;
Wr. do not assert that every family should be their
own physician In all cases ; but It is undeniable that,
with a case of Hdmpbbe.s' HoMOOPA-rnic Specifics in
tue nona-, times without number, disease and slckneBs
may bo arrested, and time, money and suffering saved.
This is being done by thousands and may be 'dono by
all. See advert'nomeut lu another Cjlumn or adaross
HcMrun-.?' Homo-opa-iiic Medicine Co.,
August 0 0 .no. 062 Bioadwsy, N. Y.
Let us be Merciful to Ourselves.
The physical struoture of tho strongest human being
is vulnerable even whore. Our bodies aro endowed by
nature with a certain negativo power, which proects
them, to some extent, from unwholesome Influences;
but this protection is Imported, and cannot bo safely
relied on in unhealthy regions, or under circumstances
of moro than ordinary danger. Therefore, It is wis
dom, it is prudence, it Is common sonso, to provide
?gainst such contingencies hy taking an antidote in
advance; in other words, by fortifying the system with
a course of HOSTETrEB'H hTOMAOH BITTERS, the
most complete protective against all the cpldemlo and
endon?lo maladies that has ever been administered in
any country. As a remedy for Dyspepsia, there 1b no
medicino that -ill compare with it. Whoover suffers
the pangs of indigestion any whoro on the face of the
earth where Hostet, kii'h Bitters can bs procured, does
so voluntarily; for as surely as Truth exists, Ibis in
valuable Tonlo and Alterativo would restore his disor
dered stomaob to a healthy oonditlon. To t'_ Bilious it
Is also c-pnclally recommended, and in oates of con
firmed Constipation It affords speedy and permanent
teilet In Canada, the Weat 'ndios and Au-tralla. the
Bitters rank above all other medicines of the class, and
the demand for them In all foreign countries increases
i -vary season, 6 August 9 *
IO Cunt?s Molasse*.
Waste*. Butter, Shoulders, Lard, do.
??V ?. fH. lATKII.
Will bo sold, Til If, OATT, on I!? own'? Wli irf, af 10
1" lisrri'lR MOLA-fiKt*
|| ti Hli uldera
JO flrkln- L_rd
Omllti ?i.H rash AUKUi.t *.?
Forty Bores Chewing Tobacco and Ten Barret*
BY T. DI. C aTKIt.
Will bo Bold, TIJI8 DAV. on Brown's Wharf, r.i. lil
?IO Ioxps TOBACCO, from mo Hum to fino ?ui.illty To
10 bbl?. Uno Smoking Tobacco.
Conditions cash Align?t 9
-?ii i-I.I <; \ -v. MKI.CIIiv.H8 .Vi CO.,
"Vo '40 Vendue Hange,
Soll TO-DAY, Dth instant, at 10 o'cloc-,
100 Sh-uldors and Jimmi
C boxes Hiikor Applo Mano.?
2 boxen Applo Julcn
1 hox Oondonsod Milk
:i boxes Kngl-M tiUBtard
4 box?>8 Nu. 1 Family Hoap
1 lot Scrubbing and blacking Iinieliw.
A LOT OF DRY OOOD3, O "NTS' WHITE SH'UTS,
Dnderslitrts. Sun? enders, Necktie?, Ca-slmort-n, Melton
Olo h. Ready made Olothlag, Ladies'and ?"lenta* Shoes,
Assorted Comba, Ac.
2 GOLD WATCHER, l8 karat
3 Ladl.??' Hold Watches, l8 karat
0 ?- liver Watches
1 DlniiKii.il Kini/, warranted
3 Qold Watch Chains
SUNDRY AltTI LES FOlaNITDRE
2 Countor Scali.vi
I Show Caso
12 CAULDRONS^_ August '??
BY XV. B. AtT. B3 HY<*aJV.
Will bo Bold THIS DAY. '.?1 li luat., at tho north eldo of
tin? Ol?" ("iiBtora Hourn?, at li o'clock,
A DAY KILLY, black mano and tall, 1 moults old, a
most bcautltul anlmsl, and of good blood.
Condltiono cash. _ _ AURUBtO
~ ?IV It. M. M:\ltSHAM?.
TO-MORROW, 10th Inst., at '1 o'clock, will bo sold, on
the premian?, No. 8S Broad streot, next to my ol?lc?\
Tho CUNT? If I Hof a DI UO "TORE.
JARS. Bottles, an?? Viols, of various sfzos, riinijohus,
Drawers, Corks, ortars, and other articles.
Conditions cash. Articles to bo removed on day of
salo. AiiL'ii-t 9
Direct Importation-Choice Muscovado fiugar.
HY J. Aa "ECnOlaUAV At CO.
TO-MOnROW. loth August, at half-past 11 o'clock,
.lill Im Fold on Accommodation Wharf,
30TTIIDH. VERY CHOIOE MU-ICOVADO SUGAR.
?.-omlltlons at salo._Align?t 0
Furniture. H rses, Vehicles, ?te., at Auction.
HY ?.?-HIT 11 At Mt lill. I.I VIM V.
No. 'Al Ilroutl Street, South Sitte, Near State
8alos of FURNITURE, ko., at private rosldonces at
tended to at raodertte chargea.
Auction *>v?rv WEDNtbDAY for HOUSES, VEH 1
Cl.i-.H, r'URNITUKE, &c , at halt past lu o'clock at on r
Offlco. August 4
THIS OIL, PRODUCED FROM
wells ia Western Virginia, is
the best yet offered excelling
other Petro eums for gravity;
is of the same density as Sperm,
and is especially adapted to
Railroads for Axles, Engines,
and all hpavy bearings where
Lard or Whale Oil is used, and
costing one-third the price of
Parties interested are raquest
ed to call and examine Samples.
W. M, BIRD k CO.,
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
No/203 EAST BAY STREET.
HAS RE0EIVED AND WILT. SELL LOW
IB harrela RE'*_LIA HMOKINQ TOBACCO,' live
papers to 'he pound,
in barrels RIOHMOND PRIDE, In 1, },, and >? bbls.
KILLIKINIOK, Moore's Brand, in five ponnd bales,
at $3 por bale.
Theno Tobaccoes have been bought cheap, an-being of
good quaUty, ca'la attention to ttio trade. At
No. 393 King, a fow doora above Qeorgo-atreet.
August 7 3
An experienced Norse and Female Physician,
Presenta to the attention of Mothera her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, b}
softening the gums, re.luclng all Inflammations, w11
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodlo action, and is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depond npon it, mothers, it will give rest toyonrselve?,
Relief and Health to Your Infants.
We have pat np and sold tbls arttclo for over thinj
years, and can say ii; confidence and trnth of it wbat ?1
nave never been able to say of *- other medicine -
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A Sla-fOLK INSTANCE TC
EFFECT A CURE, wben timely used. Never did??
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by any ono ?bl
unod it On the contrary, all are delighted with ita op?
rations, and speak In terms of commondatlon of iti
magical effects and medical virtues. Wo speak In thii
matter "wbat we do know," after thirty years'expo
rlence, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFI1
MUNT OF WBAT WE HERB DECLARE. In almo?
every instance where the Infant is suffering from pal)
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenti
minutes after tho syrnp is administered.
Full directions lor using will accompany ? ach botllr
Non?- genuine unless tbe foo timVe of CURTIS & PEIi
KINS, Now York, is on the ontslde wrapper.
Jeld by all druggist* throughout the world.
Privo only _t> Cent? per Uotiie.
For ?ale by
KING & CASSIDEY.
f-t\r . .??-. II *,,-.
tar BOINE-T St BURKE UKOl-JVB TB1
latest Mew York DAILIES ewer?/ alternoo-? Prioe lo
oin.a, ei.it 11 Ann?!
//..j'.M', (''tri aiid Hame?-*.
MtKAY .v ?.: \ ? I in 1.1.
Will sell. THIS I>AV. nt 10 o'clock
OP.E II.iltSK, UAH. AND UARKB-S.
Coinlltloiin c it'll. Alirrma?
Chairs, Ttthaoro, A.n.
?lcliA? a- _ .?III I'll- Lb,
llii-.il St? ret, ?.cn lo _*__l_____,
Will sell, "I li IB IMY, ut io u'ciork,
- dozen SINGLE aND DOUBLE BA lK CH Al BB
1 finn Double Barrel Oun
_ boxos Ch??-?lng Tobacco.
Condiifons cash Augu at 5>
Dry Goods and Clothing-,
M.I- ? Y a- C,\flll 'B_l.Ii
Will sell. THlH i .AY at IO o'clock.
SATINET AND KENTUCKY JEAN P?HTS. Ratine
Coats, Fancy Print, d Shirt-, Hickorv Shirt?, Browr.
Cotton Khlrts omi Dra-ors, Wbl o Cotton Undo rpinrti?.
Black Broadcloth and CaSHir-oros, lir-wn Hln?iing"
Monrniug and Colored Lawns, Fanoy Flannel, Fancy
and ?nuning "luuliaiii llat.dsorchlois, Silk and Liste
rbl-?dOlOV-B, Brow? , Mix.d and VVblto Colton Doon,
Mosquito Netting, Leather Bel*- l.tn?-ii Cambric ao_
U?.tt-u Pocket llundkerchii U, ?wak .i-miers, Milk Neck
Ties, -tackte*, Buttons, a?owel.T-Hrair Hat..
rji, "iraw H ato. Hoop
:o, hittuorn, Jin/ Oooi.t, ox.
HY K. BA-KO.,
Will bo sold TIIIH MUltNIN? at |Q o'clock, at mv store.
No KIO .leetmg.Hiieei. opi onto I'avllloii Uo'ti 1
111 casen IIUIiUlliiN WHISKEY
IO cases Old Urandy
2 cavks K-gllsh Ale, in bottles
10 boxes Tobacco, iU'h.
1 largo SH? W C\Hi-, l bati-samOountf-'
I high -how Caso 1 ():tii o stove, witta pip->
1 Inttid?omn Hecrctnry. 1 lar;;? Tullin
lu i dozen Hi.Hiery, itKb.it ted
A general brboi tiueir of DRY GOODS
1 Ci.lfri Revolver. 1 lot Tiwr|,y,
i-'alo positive, to c1 so consign wents. Aufmalir
Cargo Sale of Muscovado Sugars, WhMt Itartma.
Sugars, and Atuscuvadn Molasses.
Ii v alun. .> l-IML-la
H /. LAU BEY, \_orronE"i.
TO MORROW, AugUHt 10 at li o'clock ..M.,wlll be ROhft
at Ai-coiniiKHlaiii.il Wharf.
Ti n CAROO of tho tthr. "Thomas J. Frasior," /rcoar
."."> bb Ir. sunorior aud primo mulily O.t?lCEKT
?ii boxes White B_v__a Sugars
20 lil.dn MiiHCuvado Mulaanen.
Terms at f>al?\_ August S?
Will bo sold on WEONEMDAY. A?i|<un ID, I860, at 3
o'clock, at Hilton Head, H. 0., at public auction, ?&
the h nb at bidder,
A QUANTITY OF COMMISSARY PROPERTY.
COPYING 1'HK-nm?, Bi'ALEfV
FuulcIb, i-'aui cts, Bcoop.i
Saws. Knives, steels
Hammers, Br sbec, Steven
Axes, Pumps ko., &c.
Torms-Cash in united S ates enrrocey.
WM W. BURN.?,
August - 10 Brevet Brig. Gen. and 0. 8. TJ. 8. _u
t HU?.K P,l'/lltTH Uni A ST KI- ?? OPPRE,
Department ?ftre Carounas, \
i.iiAiiii_sToN, H. C, July 30, 1.C6. J
Will bo be sold nt Public, Auction,.it Vo.th 0niurrer___
Wharf, at 10 o'clock A. M.. August lf.ih. IB. C, the II .
S. steamer "PLAN'l ER," with all lier equipments.
?Tho "Planter" is well adapted lor carr) Ing cott___
havltg aapaclty for one thousand bales. Her b nil __t_
machlnery aro In perfect order, ni..- ir leo fo et l?>_ff _
46 feet beam ; 7 feet depth of hold; dr night 0 feet;!
two tubular boilers; two borl-.i- tal hlg i-proRsnro esa
?Inca, not counocted; dlamotor ot oj.iiidor 20 inchm -
strobe of piston 0 feet.
Terras cash, in Uovernmont funds.
n. W. THOMAS,
Brovot Lieut. Col. and Chief Qtiarterm aster.
15 V VVll.lll'll a- SON.
At Private Sale
HOOKE AND LOT, No. 32 Naseau street; lot CO to
front ??y 160 feet in depth.
HO?-0E AND LOT. in Henrietta street, north _!_-_
four doors from Meeting-street; lot 27 feet by 112 feet.
HOUSE AND LOT, south sido C'a bonn street, Ih-Ni
door east of Smith street, S6 feot front on C.ilbouc
street by 105 feet in depth.
HOOS_ AND LOT. north side of Bogara street, t_iw">
door ?test of St. Phillp street, ;I5 feot front by 166 fee.
HODSE AND LOT. north side of Bull street. Na 3D .
fourth door west of Smith street, CO feet front bj-__t '
feot In depth,
Largo and small sized d'sirsbly ei'imted V. L"17. DINfi
LOTS, located lu various parts of the Olly.
For terms, ?Vc, apply to tis,
COHNElt MTaTE AND CH/ OMIT?S "rREETf?..
August 7 tutus.'?.
NEW ORLEANS, and
FOB SALE BY
CONNER k W?L.0N,
No. 5 Broad Street..
August 2 tb_a_>
UNION BANK OF LODDON.
" CONNER & WILSON.*
August 2 ihstuO No. 6_5R0JlP_8TBEK3y _
FOB, S ALE,
1 f\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND D?ILTINO AS
LVJ 800IATION STOCK.
Apply at this office. Jula* l8
FOR A BMALL AMOUNT INVESTED. LARG
FBOFIT8 can b? gained. The uiderfllgned bast
ing secure- his Patent Bights, and not having cnpiti
en?>null to manufacture largely, offers AN H .M.F IW
TEBEHT to any person desiring profitable (nvonti_"__
Theso Implement, ore Intended to moot the want? ex!
Pliutereand Parmers throughout the whole country,
.heir economy is such that all agriculturists wilt n-_
thom, thereby saving rtfty per cent, of tabor.
Leave ? our address at this ofllco, or apply to
W. O. GIBSON?
No. 31 Wolfe street Charleaton, a C.
NY ONE HAVINO A QOANTITf OP HEAVY 8_>
_ INOH ESQt.IHH *?luD-t, Whltcor Gray, will fi__t
a parcha?or. if the Ooods aro cheap, by adilrensing -b*
Bubsorlbi-rs, -lthsamulei and ?rlou Tb? Whito Oood
aro napped lino a blauket, and som? ohoapor OoodB.
without nao aro called "Wolsh Plains." The Oray
Q <ods are different in mixtures, style -in.i quality. LO_
No. 8410, Boston P. P.. M.ss_i_August 1
SOLIOTT'i pATffON\OE IN THE f-O-LOW-NO B__
OHANIOAL WORB8, to ?vit: Rop_ira Welghlnst
Scales, Letter Pre-aes, Printing Prosac?; make, and ?_- .
pairs Holttln? M-Cblnes for Stores; makes all kind* tat .
Wrought and dteel Ploughs, with or wlthontstocks. AhK.
a general ron of BLACKS ?ITH W<?ltK: also Wbsrft.
?vright Work in general. " ABOIPD McLEWH.
tf. ,<> t??lha-n?'?*i M'' ' ?^n -t?_rl>nd PgNfc
BRICKS ! BRIOfiS! BRICKS!
100.000 8B?ALp_fBIoa BM0K8 ^
_p_l?>t No. 10 MABKBT 8TBI__T_.