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CULATION IN THE CITY OP CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
.TNG EN THE POSTOFEIOE AT THE END OF
KA OH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
'TONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
A renoir SALES TELS DA T.
LEITCH & BRUNS will sell at ll o'clock, at
.-the old poatoffice, several lots of land and
? -dwellings. .
- JAKES W. GHAT, Master in "Equity, will sell
. *t ll o'clock, at the old customhouse, a lot of
-land, with the buildings thereon. -
JOHN G. MTLNOS & Co. w?l sell at 10 o'clock,
; at their salearoora, No.. 135 Meeting-street,
?tock of dry goods.. " . ' ,, ,
H?TRT COBLA & Co. w?l sell at ll o clock,
on Adger'a North wharf, fifty hogsheads mo?
LACHET & ALEXANDER will sell, at 10 o'clock,
jiu their store, No. 137 East Bay, Goshen butter,
G. W. SIEFFEXB & Co. will sell at half-past 9
.o'clock, in front of their store, No. SO Vendue
"Bange, butter, cheese, ?c.
Tr M. CATEE will sell at three-quarters past
T9 o'clock, on Brown's wharf, lard, crockery, ?cc.
. CATHOLIC lxtranrxx-A special meeting of
'the Catholic Institute will be held this even?
ting, 16th instant, at 8 o'clock, at the hall, No.
.263 King-street, when the committee on Bales
>will make their report.
MES. POTTEB.-The United States Senate
'han passed ? bill appropriating the sum of
...$20,000 to Mrs. L, T. Potter, of thia city, for
.services rendered by her to Union prisoners.
.Big pay! _
DKXOCBATIO CLUB.-A meeting of the voters
. of Ward No. 1 will be held at the South Caro?
lina Hall, at eight -P. M., to-morrow,'for the
parp?se of forming a Democratic elah. A fall
attendance is urgently requested: Delays in
?these mattera are truly danger oas.
THE WEATHER ASS CHOPS.-A correspondent
in Barnwell District informs os that the weath?
er has veen very dry, and rain mnch needed.
!The crops generally look finely, and there is a
prospect that we shall have enough provisions
to supply oar necessities. The freedmen, he
says, finding that they most work or suffer,
; bare done very well indeed.
LOWAXDE'S Cocos.-In consequence of ihe
prior engagement of the Post Band, there waa
. no performance at the Circos last night. Low
-ande, bas, however, mede the best ase pf his
time, and will to-night present, in addition to
- .other attractions, the unusual spectacle of a
?maa walking on the ceiling like a fly. Anew
female bare-backed rider will appear, and a
' large audience sin,rdd be present.
BISHOP LSNCH.-This prelate waa present at
Sthe consecration of bishops, which took plr.ee
jn Philadelphia on Sunday. The New Tork
jterald, says.: "In the chapel of the Cathedral
ie c ergymen' who were destine d to take a share
in the proceedings cf tho day assembled, and
-a good deal of pleasant fraternization went on
rm tal the hoar for the opening of the ceremonies
' waa anonunced. Some exoclient physical types
?cf men were there, and not the least promi?
nent kmong them was the six feet form Bishop
Lynch of Charleston."
POLICE ITEMS.-A colored man named Ben?
jamin Smith was brought to the guardhouse
- from King-street, sear Broad, with a bad cut
J on bis head and insensible. He was sent to
" 'ihe City Hospital
About 9 o'clock, ? white man, name unknown,
waa brought in. He haa been drinking for
several days, and waa completely insensible.
A white woman, who was disorderly and
somewhat ander the influence of liquor, was
- -taken from a street car, which stopped at the
guardhouse for that purpose.
OBSTEUCTLNG THE STEEETB.-Booie ty-s treat,
immediately in front of the -High School, has
been ornamented for several weeks with
moonda of earth that were originally deposited
-there tor e?me useful parp?se, bat have never
been used. The project of repairing the High
School has been frequently discussed In Coun?
cil, and some effort waa made to perfect the
more needed improvements. The school yard
ia represented as in a bad condition, and the
piles of earth now accumulated in 'Society
street were designed to fill it np. If this were
-done, both yard and street would be improved
?nd an ogiy eyesore removed.'
NUISANCES.-We have been requested to di- j
rect the attention of-the Committee on Streets
'to the present condition of Short court, con?
necting Spring and Cannon streets. The court
has been excavated to some depth in order to
fill up the larger and more pretentious thor?
oughfares, and it is now about three feet be?
low the level of the adjacent lota. Daring wet
weather the water accumulates on this spot,
and as there is no outlet it soon stagnates and
becomes disagreeable and offensive to the
entire n eighborhood. Every precaution should
be observed, by the authorities to secare the
health of the city, and it is hoped that they
w?l have this nuisance speedily abated.
THE HEAT.-Yesterday was, undoubtedly, the
hottest of the season, as, during the morning,
' the thermometer stood at 94 in a comparatively
cool store on East Bay. Notwithstanding this
extrema heat, no one has been affected as Car
-as could be learned. There was little business
doing, and everybody stuck to the shade and
tried to keep cooL
It will be seen by the Northern dispatches
that the heat has been equally severe in those
-. sections, and a number of deaths from eua
stroke, have occurred. What it most be in Co?
lumbia, in tho grand menagerie now held in
that city, can hardly be surmised, Janney's
Hall will econ rival'General Meade's famous
sweating box, and Lubin'B extracts be at a per?
fect discount compared with the pleasing at?
mosphere that surround? the sweltering assem?
blage. How the "men and brethren" manage
to endure the heat is a mystery, bat it is sup?
posed that their utter abnegation of self ena?
bles them to suffer a Utile for their conn try's
good. . *
. UNITED STAT? COUBT-JULY 15-HON. GIO.
.S. BBYAN; " PEESTDINO.-A copyright was
granted to Mrs. Helena C. Marshall, for a
serio-comic poem by J. M. Marshall, entitled
The Times. ."
Ex parte Geo. De Watt, in re Thoa. Ellison, a
..bankrupt. Petition to establish judgment.
-On motion of Geo. D. Bryan, Esq., appearing
-.for J. H. Baxter, the petition was referred to
The following appointments of assignees
were confirmed by the court; B. L. Luther
for Thoa. Ellison; J. N. Martin for D. H. Buz
In re Chas. Brill. Ii bankruptcy. On m>
"tian of Messrs. Bachman and Waties, it was
.ordered that the case be transferred from P..
B. Carpenter to Henry Sommer.
In Admiralty.-The British ship Sedbergb,
-Ads. John Ferguson, et ah, ads. steam tog
Christiana, ads. Isaac Davis, Master of the
Emilie. Libel for salvage. The following
.counsel appeared for the respective claimants:
Messrs. Brown & Mikeu, Porter & Conner, Si -
-manton & Barker; and-for the Sedbergh,
Messrs. A 0. Magrath, B. C. Pressley and B.
- J. Whaler. The noels and answers were read,
-and testimony heard.
THB HEALTH or THE CITE.-By reference to
the bill of mortality, published yesterday, it
will be seen that the deaths reported were six
whites and twenty-four colore-" Of these
twenty-two were children under five years of
age, and one colored centenarian died of old
age. There are two features in this report
that are worthy of note. First, the large ma?
jority of colored deaths. This can arise from
no other causes than a want of cleanliness and
a disregard of sanitary regulations. The
mortality among the children has been noted
previously; but here again it will be seen that
the deaths are disproportionate, seventeen
colored and five white children being register?
ed. The inusual heat of the summer and the
diseases, incidental to childhood may have
caused this excessive mortality, and any one
who visits the battery will be surprised to see
the number of nurses, who, with their litt le
charges, resort to that cooling spot, and re?
main enjoying the invigorating ^sea breezes
during the greater portion of the d&y.
THE SC?III EB VILLE RETREAT.-For years
Summerville has. been what its name por?
tends-a simmer resort for the heated resi?
dents of Charleston. The climate is one of the
finest that could be found, for when the
Charlestonians are sweltering with the heat
and cursing the mosquitoes, the Summer
villians are revelling in' blankets, cool breeze?
and no mosquitoes. The advantages of Sum?
merville as a residence during the hot months
have been more than quadrupled since Brown's
Hotel was opened under the auspices of Major
J. P. Horbach, the genial host of the Charles?
ton. This ho:el is now filled with guests from i
every part of the country, who have business
in Charleston and yet like to enjoy the cfo .'cv
fir nienle elsewhere. Majoj Horbach has
made every provision for. his visitors, the
board is reasonable, and the village combines
the advantages of a city with the pleasures of
? summer resort. The communication with
Charleston is constant, and if the travel
should warrant, there is. 'bo doubt that extra
trains rould be run by the South Carolina
Railroad Company. The Citadel is now com?
paratively deserted, and the officials are busily
engaged in preparing for the exodus from the
city. Three companies are already stationed
at Summerville, and the Post Band will soon
be among the attractions of tho place. Major
Horbach hos prepared a large platform for
dancing parties, and several inspiriting hops
have already taken place. Under the new
auspices Summerville is undoubtedly one of
the most pleasant resorts that the tired citi?
zen could visit, and we feel convinced that a
few trips will persuade him to become a per?
THE "HEATED TERM."-The prevailing wea?
ther is somewhat warmer than is usu al at this
season, and it seems to tell with more than the
ordinary effect upon the people of this com?
Every ona who can should avoid undue ex?
citement while the heated term prevails. The
use of strong drink should in every case be
avoided ; but where it may be impossible to
cold-shouder it altogether, it should be parta?
ken of very sparingly. The man who inflames
his blood and excites his nervous system with
alcohol, while the mercury ranges towards the
nineties, is almost as culpable as if he took
small doses of arsenic or strychnine. Copious
draughts of iced drinks ought to be eschewed
also. No human being needs to drink af er
the fashion of the horse.
Thirst is quenched by wetting the lips and
mouth, and not by drenching and deluging the
stomach. There is no great objection to iced
water, providing the individual partaking of it
is cool. It is tempting sudden death, or, at
least, a serious attack of illness, to swallow iced
water while you axe in a condition of extreme
Exposure for longer than two or three min?
utes at a time to the power of the sun's rays
should be feared and shunned.
All violent exercise at this time is evil, and
will make serious disturbance with even the
Keep quiet, calm-minded and sober; eat
sparingly ;- don't "swill" even temperance bev?
erages; walk at a moderate pace; carry an um?
brella if you oan; live on fruits as much as pos?
sible; go to bud and rise early, and you will
get through the "heated term" safely and hap?
"A HORSE t A HORSE I A KINGDOM FOB A
HORSE !"-The world of the eighteenth century
has reason to congratulate itself that it can
never be subjected to the same straits as the
immortal Richard of the three Hi's. In this
portion of the globe the inhabitants koow on
whom they can rely, and Charleston boasts the
possession of as fine equipments and as thor?
ough bred horse flesh as can be found in the
universe. Ever since Adam was a baby human
ingenuity was exercised on the subject of trans?
portation, and it'bas been gradually brought
to the present high state of perfection. A beg?
gar on horseback was once a common quota?
tion, but here even a beggar can ride if he only
beg hard enough to secure a ten cent ride in the
street cars. One of the directors of the street
railroad is also the proprietor of tho finest
livery establishment to be found in any city,
and Messrs. E. H. Jackson & Co. are fully pre?
pared to substantiate their assertion. Their
large stables on Pinckney street, which are
connected with the Charleston Hotel, have
been long and favorably known by those of the
public who like to travel behind a trotter, but
few persons are aware of their extent or of the
The building occupied by the stables was
?built, in 1853, for Messrs. Stenhouse & Co., but
was subsequently taken by Mr. Jackson, and in
1859 and '60 was formally occupied as-stables.
A number of additions have been made to the
main building, and there are now- accommoda?
tions for over sixty horses, besides a large
number of Omnibusses, carriages and bug?
gies. Every department throughout the sta?
bles is in perfect order, and the arrange?
ments made for the stock, feed, storage,
ax., cannot be excelled. Knowing the
wants of the community, Mr. Jackson
has recently brought from the North a number
of fine carriages, known among the initiated
as Clarences, C Spring Bretts, Park Phaetons,
&c. He has also several new styles of buggies
that will at on:e take the eye of any one who
desires to try the new shell road. Mr. Jack?
son bas a large experience in this business,
and- any transportation furnished from the
Charleston Eotel stables will be found unex?
ceptionable-in'every respect; indeed, the new
Broughama-which he has lately brought out,
cannot be surpassed by the dons of Central
Park or the Elysian Fields themselves.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, JUIYIS.-Charleston Eo
tei-A.. M. Carrie, Florence ; Jos. P. Bonner
and son and Miss Bonner, Westfield, New Jer?
sey ; P. A. Hendrix, Batesville, South Carolina;
D. W. Eetcham, Wilmington & Manchester
Railroad; George W. Williams, city; S. H.
Sanders, Sumter ; 0. A. Caldwell, Georgia ; S.
M. Hill, North Carolina ; S. Adkins, Charles?
Paoilion Hotel-W. B. McDowell, St. Thomas;
James Odell and child;. Beaufort ; B. 8. Glea
ton, Orangeburg ; Mary J. Daniel and D. 8.
Bradham, Clarendon ; H. Ii. Hallinan, Wil?
liamsburg ; D. Jones, Grahams, South Caro?
lina ; T. Baynard, South Carolina ; M. P. Usina
and James Sing, Savannah.
THE BATOTCA?TOH MEETING IN COLUMBIA.
' At the enthusiastic Seymour and Blair ratifica?
tion meeting held in Columbia on Monday, the
following resolutions were unanimously
Resolved', That our delegates io the lat9
Democratic Convention in New York have act?
ed in a manner which meets with our hearty
approbation, and that they be invited to ad?
dress the Bichland Democratic Club at as early
a day as will be convenient, after their arrival.
-Rewired, That this meeting give its hearty
and unanimous accord to the nominations of
Seymour and Blair for President and vice
President of the United States, made by the
Democratic Convention lately assembled in
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WHITE SHIRTS at S2 00, $2 5U and frj 00.
DQ- ONE PRICE.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS <fc PARKER,
> 0. 270 KISG,
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Swings anD trust Ompani).
A T I O N A L
No. 71 BROAD-STREET.
MONEY DEPOSITED ON OR BEFORE THE
20TH DAY OF JULY will be entitle J to Int?r?t from
July 1, at FIVE PER CENT.
June 39 18 Cashier.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
VICHY GRANDE GRILLE
KISSINGEN BITTER WA.TE?,
In Original Packages.
I ll I t I I t t.
" INVITE ATTENTION TO THE Fl
ie-half cash and one-half note (on any table), tbs foll
of Nott. Ail notes returned as dividends, and never
uh, the insured receives tn cith the amoun*, $5000,
in any part of the United States, Europe, and the
I seasons of the year, free of charge,
now 50 per cent.
If the annual premium is $100, the dividend is $50.
iys from proof of claim.
possible chance of loss to the insured.
.partner ta, while the policy ls in loree for the full
?st received alone; and a surplus of Interest left over
athern business, but gives its Southern patrons the
ages comparison of its CONTRACTS with those of
1 A SINGLE CLAIM.
.JAMES F. BURNS, Secretary.
LTE, Sb. 22 BROAD-STREET.
UX, General Agent.
ELL, Local Agents.
2 TO 2 DAILY.
?OUCHEB, M. D., Medical Examiner.
QH EAP DRY GOODS I
CHEAP DRY GOODS!
WE WOULD INFORM OUR CUSTOMERS AND
the Public ia general, that we have teceived per re?
cent arrivals large Invoices of DRE AND FANCY
GOODS, which will be sold at the LOWEST CASH
Just received by steamship Manhattan a large lot
French choice colored DRESS GOODS, from 20 to 23
ceo ts per yard-original cost 50 cents.
Bugle Silk Trimmed PARASOLS, from $1 50 up.
Best Silk Mlts. from 30c. up.
White Silk Eil finished Gloves, at very low pri?es.
A large lot of White Gooda, lower price than any In
300 dozen Linen Towels, from 16c. up.
Ladles' Pocket Handkerchief?, from 12J?c. up.
The latest style of Hoop Skirts, from ?Oe up.
34 Table Damask, at $1 per yard.
Ladles' and Misses' White Hose, from 15c. up.
AveryU'ge assortment of STRAW GOODS, ot low
A lot of fine Ribbons, at various prices.
Gents' fine Undershirts, from 75c. up.
Gents' best English Hall Hos?, from 10 to BOc.
White Linen Du;k, Ac.
FURCHGOTT k BRO,
Southwest corner King and Calhoun streets.
Jone 17 Imo
TTI~ATTO~S1? P TA N O'S it
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1863 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 7 N. .LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
BA LT I.M?H E. Md.
8TTEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Aaraffe treble, Ivory
fronts, and thc Improved French Acdon, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exehonae
wlthiu twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gias always on hand from $50 to 3301.
REFEREES WHO HATE OUR PIANOS ZS USE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Rinsoai; Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. BurweU k Sens, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strokosch, ItaUan Opera
Messrs. Pierson k Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22 ?_6mo8
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Apr d 20 Cmo
H. G RUP Y di CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CAL VERT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
April 20 6ru os
E. AU3TTN JENKINS. ALFRED JENKINS, JB.
B0BERT H. JENKINS.
JgDW. JENKINS & SONS.
IirPOHTEaS AND 1>?ALEES IK
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,;
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 flmcm Baltimore. M
Q_EORGE R. G AIT H KK. JR., & CU.,
v COTTON FACTORS
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 Camden-strect, Baltimore.
Libera! cash advances on consignments.
"CTUJH9E3L CARROLL ?Si CO.
PRESERVERS, PICKLERS, OYSTER PACKERS, Ac
No. IS Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
. BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
April 22 . 6mos
JAMES SNOX.JOHN GILL
KNOX & GILI,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ko. 12' SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, fcc., respect?
fully solicited, and liuerr.1 oJv^ce? aiade thereon.
Orders for CORN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
WU- J. RtEltAN.HENUZ UIE1LVN, JB.
T^" M. J. RIEM.VN ?i SON,
PACKING HOUSE TERRE-BA?TE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
NJ. 371 IF. BAL TI MO RE-STR EE
(Opposite Eutaw Bouss), Baltimore,
Offer for sale full assortment of BACON, PORK anc
LARD; also the celebrated ORANGE BRAND HAM
cured by themselves. 3mos* April M
UOK AND JOB
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYfE, MACHINERY, and u fine stock of
CARDS, PAPER, Ac, direct from manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
BOOB: AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having large fonts of type, will contract tor the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, if left at No. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
May 12 JAS- W. MCMILLAN.
BY HENEY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAT, the 16th Instant, at 10 o'clock, on
Adger's North Wharf, will be sold,
50 hhds. MOLASSES, in fine order.
Conditions at sale._July 16
Butter, Potatoes, Cow Peas and Bacon.
BY 1A?REY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAT, the 16th inst, will be sold in our Store,
at 10 o'clock,
15 tubs CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER, Just received
10 kegs Good Goshen Butter, just received
10 bb?s. Potatoes, new
50 bushed Cow Peas
10 bbls. Ea con Strips and Joles
20 bbls. Ei.ra Flour,
conditions cash. j July 16
UNDER DECREE IS EQUITY.
Charleston Savings Institution vs. Labor-It.
THIS DAT, the 16th July, at ll oYloclr, will be sold
at the Old Customhouse.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the buildinss there
On, on the east aide of St. Philip-street, measuring
in front 3S feet 6 Inches, and in depth lill feet, be
the same more or less; bounding west on said
street, north on land now or late ot John Redfern,
east on land of-, and south .on' land now or
late of Holmes.
Terms-One-fourth c.sh; balance in one, two and
three years, with interest from day of sale, payable
semi-annually, secured by I ond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises; builcings tobo In?
sured and i he policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps / J. W. GRAY,
July 16_ Master m Equity.'
t VDE R DECREE IN EQCITY.
Cart, Kopff ?? Jervey vs. Smith.
will be sold, under the direction of thejundersigned,
at the Old Custom House, on THURSDAY, the
30th day of July, 1368, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT Ol' LAND situate en the eastern side
of Council-street, in this city, measuring In front on
Council-street 100 feet, more or less, and in depth
125 feet, more or lesa; bounding northwardly on
lands now or late of the estate of Rutledge Holmes,
deceased ; eastwardly on lands now or late of the es?
tate of Robert Tilmehonse; southwardly on linds of
the estate of Dr. Henry M. Holmes, and westwardly
Terms.-One-third cash; balance m one and two
years, secured by a mortgage of the premises. Pur?
chaser to pay taxes and for papers and stamps.
July 9 tai Master in Equtty.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Roper vs. Strohecker.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersign?
ed, at the Old Customhouse, on THURSDAY, the
30th day of July, 1868, at ll A. M ,
All that LOT OF LAND, situated on the west side
of Meeting-street, lu this city, known hy the number
one hundred and fifty-five (165), measuring m front
on Meeting-street 39 feet 10 inches, on the back line
il. feet, and in depth from east to west on the north
line 100 feet, and on the south line 91 feet, be the
said dimensions more or le?s. Bounding to the
north on lot of H. F. Strohecker, to the east on
Meeting-street, to the south on lot of Dr. E. L. Stro?
hecker, and to the weston an alley running north to
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, with interest payable semiannually
lrom day of sale, secure! by bonds of purchaser and
mortgage of premises. Buildings to be Insured and
poUey assigned. Purchaser to pay taxes, and for
papers and stamps. JAMES TUPPER,
July 9 _thi_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Isard vs. Wieters.
Will be sold, under the direction of the undersigned,
at the Old Customhouse, ou THURSDAY, the 30th
day of July, 1363, at ll A. M.,
All that TRACT Ol' LAND situate in the District of
charleston, known as the Farm of Samuel Izard, de?
ceased, containing in the whole about eight sere?;
bounding north on Grove-street, east on land now or
lately owned by Dempsey, south on land now owned
by tba South Carolina Jockey Club and knowns > the
Washington Race Course, and west on hud - now or
lately owned by-Cammer and-Teadon; and
measuring on the north line 571 feet, on the east
line 57i feet, on the south line 579 feet, and on the
wen Une 711 feet, bc the said dimensions more or
less, all of which is particularly delineated ou a plan
of said farm drawn by R. E. Payne, Surveyor, in
June, 1813, and recorded io the Mesne Conveyance
for this district in Book D, No. 10, page 339.
Terms- One-half cash; the balance in one and two
years, with interest from day cf sale, payable semi?
annually, secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay taxes and tor papers
and stamps. . - JAMES TUPPER,
July 9 thi Master In Equity.
P EC! AL N O T 1 C ?'
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 22 i June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ises formerly occur ted by
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON & CO., .
NO. 23 HAINE- STREET,
And will be prepare! in a few days to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHE3IICAL8r
That have ever been opened In this market.
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL THE
LEADING ARTICLES IN OUR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF OUR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOB EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 2?TH SEPTEMBER.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
ORDERS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION,'WITHOUT INTERRUPTION.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU
ROPE AN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 23 Haync-strcc t
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON. P. C.
Sro OL CDlIO?Tvi/j?? ^o^??iJ-J SOO TABUS.
?olc Asrnts iaJTewSrkfir J &P. COATS,
af ErisLy, Seoihm?.
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS AND PUR?
CHASERS OF SPOOL COITON for U3e on Sewing
Machines, o'emandin? fae best and stranges:
J. & P. COATS' Nos. 30. 60 and 70
Expressly adapted to their wants.
July 7 tuthsinio
jj fjf^Ml I
ITS CONSTITUENTS. THE RICHEST PART OF
the berry of Wheat and Barley Malt, being
scientifically prepared ready for use.thls food by an
alvsis li the same in its chemical elements as
HEALTHY BREAST MILE, and is the easiest of di?
gestion and assimilation of all nourishments for
Children, Invalids and Dyspeptics. It has been
tried by the physicians of Charleston, anl is recom?
mended and prescribed by the most eminent physi?
cians of New York. GEO. WELLS COMSTOCK,
No. 57 Cortland-street, New York.
DO WIE & MOISE,
JinuarylO thstu6mos Charleston, S. C.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred. Aoply
at the once of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be ?old TB IS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quarters past 9 o'clock.
70 firkins CHOICE BOTIEB
60 tubs Lard *
6 crates Crockery.
' Conditions cash_ Joly 16
Butter, Cheese, Herrings, $e.
. G. W. STEFFENS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their Store, No. 30
Vendue Bange, at half-past 9 o'clock,
35 KEGS CHOICE GOSHEN BDTTEB
10 boxes 0. C. Cheese
W boxes Herrings
600 small Lean sides and Bellies
600 No. 2 Shoulders
T. L Salt, Flour, 3ugar, Tea and Tobacco.
, July 16 _
Stock of Dry Goods-Sold by. order Bank
/ rupt Court.
BY J0BN G. MELNOR & CO.
THIS DAT. 16th inst., at 10 o'clock, we will seU" mt
our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street, .
THE EN I LEE 9TOfaK of G. McDuffle Stol!, a Bank?
co.vs i STINO OF:
DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Goods, kc
Conditions cash on delivery. _Joly lg
Market Garden Farm, opposite Noisette's.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAT the 16th instant, at the
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
Those TWO LOTS OF LAND, containing one acre
each, on King-street Rood, opposite Noisette's fara,
and adjoining buds of John A. Cook, Esq., now under
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, with
interest semi-annually, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the property. Purchaser to psy for papers
and stamps. July IS
Desirable One Story House, No. 91 Smith St.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. & BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 16th instant, at the
Old Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
That desirable one story WOODEN DWELLING
with one out-building, situated.on Smith stre?t and
known as No. 91. Plat of lol will be shown on
day of sale.
Terms-One-half cash ; balance In one year witb
Interest, secured hy bond and mortgage of the pro?
mises ; propc . tr to be insured and policy a?signod.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
July 16 _
Desirable Investment at the Corner, of Eliza
abeth and Mary streets; ?
W. Y. LEITCH & R g. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 16th instant, at the Old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock.
That desirable two story WOODEN HOUSE and
extensive outbuildings, suitable for a grocery store,
situated at the corner o: Elizabeth and Mary streets,
measuring hi front 33 feet, by 100 feet in depth, mora
Terms-One-half cash -, balance tn one year, with
interest; properly to be injured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
Residence, Blacksmith <X')i Wheelwright Shop,
W. T. LEITCH ?: R. 8. BRUtiS,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 16th Instant, at ll
o'c'oefc. at the Cid Postefiice.
The BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT SHOP,
No. 90 Calhoun street, opposite Zion Church. Be?
sides the Shop there ls a Residence containing, four
rooms. Lot measures 25 by 115 feet.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year, with
interest, secured by bond and mortgage of the prop?
erty; insurance of the buildings and policy assigned.
Desirable Residence Adjacent to S. C. R. R.
Work Shops, in Columbus-street.
W. Y. LEITCif & R. S. BRUNS.
Will be sold on THURSDAY. 16th instant, at the Old
Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That desirable TWO-STORY WOODEN DWELL?
ING AND OUTBUILDINGS, situated m Columbus
street, opposite the South Carolina Railroad Work
Shop. House contains 1 square rosnas and-piazza.
Lot measures 31 feet by 100 In depth, more or less.
lernas-One-half cash; balance in one year, with
interest secured by bond and mortgage of the prem?
ises ; property to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
Small House Magazine street.-By order of the
Executor of the Estate of Jas. Moorhead.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 16th inst, at the Old
Postofflce. at ll o'clock,
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND with a two-story
wooden dwelling and ou:-buildinga, containing four
upright rooms, pantry and piazza, situated on the
east side of Mazyck-SL, No. 24, measuring in ront 3?
feet ?md in depth 213 feet be the same more or less.
Bounding north on lands of Dr. Hall, south on land
of,Willlame, east ou 1 ind of the German Friendly
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year with
interest secured by bond and mortgage of tho pre?
mises. Property to be insured > nd policy assigned.
Purchaser tojaay U3 for papers and stamps. r
Barroom Fixtures, Liquors and Furniture.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Will 8*11 TO-MORROW, 17th instant, at 10 o'clock,
on premises, No. 127 Meeting-street, opposite Mar?
Bbl?. WHISKEY, Brandy, Gin, Wines, atc, ito.
2 Large FRENCH PLATE MIRROR?, Counters,
Conditions cash. July 16
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AW ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
F.ilR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSIIION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINKER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS II
($6,000 IN GOLD),
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
The public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
and see the official award to the Herring's Patent
over all others.
HERRING, PARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 231 Broadway, corner Murray-st, New York.
FARRREL, HERRING k CO., ) HERRING k CO..
Philadelphia, j Chicsgo.
HERRING, FARREL it SHEP.ilAS. New Orleans.
Large Stock on band by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. J BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLKSTOS, S. C.
'..larch 3 9m?
milE FALL TRADE. .
MERCHANTS, FACTORS .VXD BUSINESS MEN
everywhere, but more espec^'lly in the City of
Charleston, will pleaee bear in mind that the BARN?
WELL SENTINEL is one of the best advertising me?
diums in the State, circulating at every poe to arco In.
the Distrist and has been in existence since 1852.
Busineas men would consult their interest by trying
some of the Printer's Ink used at that establishment.
Address E. A. BRONSON,
july 14 Ira) Publisher and Proprietor..