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MONDAY MORN.NO, ATJOUBT G, lHCa.
LAUGEST ClUCU LA'llUiN IN TUE STATE.
?LAUGEST CERC?LATICS Di THE CITY.
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aanalr|lng in tin? aPostofBoe at tina? end
of ouol- w??lt is pn.l.llahe-1 of?ioinlly
be _1XI_ ?__X_"_T _*TEWS every inxd
C -T-P-T SBCOND AND THIRD PAGES. -%5?
The steamship Jo?r? t-fibson, Oaptain Bees,
arrived hero yesterday from ll.--.ltimoro after an
excellent passage. We are Indebted to Oaptain
Bekd for papera.
To Edibto.-Tbo etoamor Mab having boon tho
roughly repaired will resume hor regular tripe,
leaving Cbisolm _ Mill, Tradd street, every Tues
day and Friday.
Our Merchants will notice with pleasure the
announcement of the South Carolina Railroad
Company that, on and after this date, the prepay
ment of froighte to Augusta and Columbia, and all
points beyond those places, will not be required.
" Avalanches. "-Yesterday afternoon we saw
a novel sight for thcao times,-three ambulances,
going up Mooting street in "Indian tile." An as
sociation of ideas naturally brought to mind the
concomitant circumatiinces of other days. We
instinctively turned out to inquire if there had
been any ..fight," hut could hoar of none. The
ambulance train was out on a Sunday dress pa
rade, wo suppose.
Gin.-We have received from Mr. Joseph! H.
Risley a bottle of gin, which has the finest flavor
that can bo imagined. If we wpro a cotton plant
er wo woald have no other gin about us but this,
without regard to tho silky ?tapio, and we there
fore rcoommond it to them, and everybody deo
who desire to taste one of the most delicious
liqueurs which haa boon over imported in this
city, and beg they will put it to their lips, and
agree with na.
Bridge over the Pee Dei*;.-Wo aro glad to, per
ceive, from the Benno ttsvUle (8. 0.) Journal, that
the project of building a bridge over tho Pee Dee,
at Society Hill, is again mooted. Wo recollect
801110 years ago the citizens of Marlboro', Marion
and Chesterfield, wore much interested in this?,
scheme. Tho estimate of ita cost, at that time, if
we mistake not, was about $9000. We hope the
bridge will bo built soon, as it would be a great
convenience to travellers.
Slaughter Pens.- The slaughter pons at the end
of America-street, which were recently used by col
ored persons, bave been closed by order of the Pro
voBt Marshal. This beneficial change has been
effected through the instrumentality of a gontle
man, the prosecutor in a similar case which was
tried by the last Court of Sessions. The north
west portion of the city has now been cleared of
theso pens. This is a grt*at improvement, and
will no doubt enhance the valu? of property in
The Excursion or Saturday Afternoon.-We
were one of a largo party on board of the Kate
on Saturday afternoon, which made a "ought.ni
excursion around tho harbor and up Ashley River.
The number of ladies and children that wero
present addod much to tbo enj-vyment; for tho
former showed their pleasure by their smiles and
agreeable conversation; and the ruddy faces and
hearty laughter of tho latter exhibited the happi
ness tbey experienced. Tbo officers of this Uno
boat must feel great joy that they can please
Palmetto Iron Wores.-By a notico in another
column our readers will see that the well-known
and popular firm of Freeman A Pondt has been
dissolved, and a new copartnership formed under
?thon arno of Freeman, Pcndt ?t Co., the first two
partner's having associated Mr. Edward A. Dodd
, with them in this business.
The Palmetto Worke have oarned a fine reputa
tion for promptness and efficiency, and we are eura
lhat, nnder the control of the new firm, it will
lose none of its prestige.
Mad Doo.-One of these vioions animals, a few
- days since, made a raid into the establishment of
Messrs. W. T. Borge A Co. Hie advent caused
considerable consternation and some acattera
- tion, the gentlemen present seeking refuge on
counters, tables and chair.. One individual, in
his haste to flee from the wrath to como, taiscal
culated the strength of his table, and came in
gloriously to the gronnd. The dog waa apparently
as much soared as the humans, and as all the
doors were open made a speedy exit, to the great
relief of the gentlemen in the store.
Citt Square Saloon.-Messrs. Willrern A
Stelling have fitted up, in tbe neatest manner,
the establishment No. 63 Meoting-street, formerly
oconpied by Madame Favier, where they will
supply their friends and the public with the best
of segara, wines, liquors, and all other things
that are found in a Mo. 1 saloon. Tho junior
partner is well known by all gentlemen who have
visitedoither the Charleston Hotel or Mills House
for his attention and politeness, and we hope that
ho will be remembered by them now. Messrs.
Willbern & Stelling give a freo ontortaini___i
to-day, to which the public are invited, bee
Robbery.- It having been discovered th..; the
premises in Berrosford street, which wcio oc
cupied by a Mrs. Oreen, who diod a tk-rt time
ago, bad been robbed about the time of hor death
of many valuable articles. Lieutenant Hendricks,
the indomitable Chief of Doteotives, sot out with
a determination not only to obtain the stolen
property bat to secure tho thief, and has suc
ceeded in both. Tho individual who . appro
priated these goods to himself is now within firm
walls, and the property will be sold and the
amount placed with that ' already received from
the estate, and paid over to the Orphan House,
the institution to which sha left what she was
worth. Lient. Hendricks i-btaiQ-d threo trunks
of clothing, some plated ware, a pair of diamond
earrings, a gold watch and chain, eighty dollars
in gold, and other valuable!.
Qoiset North to have* Tn? Twist taken out.
Fox more than a year we have basa seeing blis
tered and twisted railroad iron paeaing through
our city on its way to tho North. When w?a hoard
of tho tearing up of tho roads at the time of the
march of Sherman's army through tho Stato, wo
thought the boys toro up a rail hero and there,
and rondorcd it useless by twisting it round a
telegraph polo. But wo now "fiud that tho work
wae much moro complote The " boys" made
good nso of their time, and laid out a sploudid
business for tho "protected" iron mon of Penn
sylvania. Wo have often wondered if Gea. Sher
man ownB any iron stock. Trains still como down
overy day loaded with this twisted iron ; and weary
mules draw the rattling load through our streets
and down to the wharves, olioitiug the admira
tion of beholders at the wonderful industry of
the Grand Army of Gen. Sueiiman.
Railroads.-We loam arrangements have re
cently been entorod into between tho Wilmington
and Manchester Railroad, and South Carolina
Railroad, and Georgia Railroad, by which through
passenger trains will bo run daily botween Wil
mington, N. C, and Atlanta, Ga. Passongors,
baggage and mails will be carried daily between
those points without being disturbed or changed.
The most luxurious sleeping cars, built expressly
for this line, will be in these trains. The cars are
both day and night cars. Tho passenger need
not chango his place from Atlanta to Wilmington,
N. (Xa. ant? haa no trouble about baggage or trans
fers. Passengers going North and taking this
route, and also going np Chcsnpeako Bay, do not
loao any night's rest from Atlanta to Now York,
and even to Boston. Through passenger? can get
in these cars at Augusta or any other point on
the route. This arrangement commenced on Sat
urday last. We hope this cfiort on the part of
these companies to add to tbo comfort of tho
travelling public will result in a fair share of pa
tronage to tho line. The connections of this lino
are sure and reliable, the said compat?tes having
lately added*tho best and most improved rolling
stock to their equipment.
"Surgical and'other cases of iuterost, treated
in the City Hospital, Charleston, S. C, during tho
winter of I860, by F. Petre Porcher, M. D., Sur
geon in charge."-Our thauks are duo to tho
author for a copy of this paper, published origi
nally in the Richmond Medical Journal. The
topics are of deep interest to the professional
reader, but not sufficiently sn to I ho layman, to war
rant our reproducing them; and as to criticism,
we do not like to get beyond our depth, and so
prefer not to meddlo with what wo know nothing
The article treats of "Amputation of the Thigh,
upper third, for llbro-plastic tumor, neither
sutures nor adhesive straps employed;" "Abla
tion of both feot, following frost bite;" "Amputa
tion of the arm above the wrist for gnn-Bhot
'wound;" "Spontaneous amputation from a burn,"
eto. A cold shudder runs all through us and over
us at the bare recital of the frightful things. An
Anserine cutis warns us to lay . ho horrid chaptor
d'own, and roturn to Ufo and health and news.
The Internal Revenue Glide-Law of July 13,
1866, containing all the* Internal Revenue Laws,
copied and arranged in their appropriate places,
ko., Ac.-A copy of this very complote vade
mecum has been laid on our tablo by Mr. F.
Vogler, No. 108 Market etrcot. This book ia
handsomely gotten up by tbe American News
Mr. Vogler has a fresh supply of tho August
number of the '*Old Guard, containing the inter
esting story of tho "Huguonot Maiden," by a
young lady from Charlostou.
The American Miscellany, a magazine of com
plete stories, has also boen receivod from Mr.
Vogler. Tho present number contains "The
Laurel Crown, or the Mist on tbo Mirror." Tho
latest pictorials, dailies, foreign papers and maga
zines always to bo found at tuo Central Nows
Depot, No. 108 Market street.
Mayor's Court, August ..--A very nice and af
fectionate young gentleman, who waa accused by
another of putting bis arms around his neck, and
at the same time taking a wallet oui of his side
pocket, was brought up, -mt tho plaint iff told his
story bo bunglingly, aud also declined to prose
cute, so tbo Mayor discharged the interesting and
virtuous looking defendant.
A gentleman, originally from Holland, bnt re
cently from Spartanburg, applied at the Guard
House for lodgings, where a bench was immedi
ately made up hy the responsible man who at
tends to tho chambers and a soft half stick of pine
wood smoothed down for a pillow, which so grati
fied him that he was hardly able to express his
thanks to the Mayor io good English.
A man, who was found lying down drunk in the
street, and who looked as if it was not an uncom
mon position for bim to be caught in, was fined 15,
which will keep him out of his usual bed for five
A Prussian, who so far forgot himself as to go
to a tavern and oall for drinks, and then not pay
but raise a row, was put at the bar, but it ap
pearing that the landlord made the great noise,
and there being no city ordmance requiring the
Mayor to pay the debts of Prussians particularly,
the prisoner was discharged.
A melancholy man, who was discovered brood
ing over his sorrows in a horizontal position on
the pavement, was put before his Honor, and he
was told that he was fined $5. Tho sorrowful, but
significant, shake which he gave his head, showed
plainly that he wished he could lind it.
A gentleman who has an anchor bofore his door
which has tripped many a font passenger, was
requested to roturn the joke, and trip his anchor.
A civilian-a Milesian by birth-who, in his anx
iety to keep up the military reputation of the city,
appeared in the street in lindross, was fined f 10
for not coming out in full uniform.
One of thoso individuals who keeps all his goods
hanging ovor tho pavement, and has generally
nothing in his shop nut emptiness, was made to
pay $3 as a matter of rent.
A gentleman who couldn't understand how a
wooden shed he was pntting up conld be called a
building, until threatened with a prosecution,
agroed to pull it down aftor ho Baw the point.
Provost Court.-United States vs. Richard
Randolph, (colored)-Stealing.-alas I how are the
mighty fallen 1 The freed membors of the Wash
ington family have been in disgrace for some time;
but this is the firat elsewhere one of the illus
trious name or Randolph has fallen from graco.
The defendant was charged with stealing a ooat
from one Adam Monoald. Adam testified that tho
coat .was his; he had missed it some timo, aud first
saw it on the prisoner. ' \ -
The coat wa* also muoh mutilated, so as to de
stroy its identity in a measure. The prison or said
that he had bought the coat for fifty ?enta, but
could sot prove from whom. Another witnoas tes
tified: to Randolph'? habit of a_?w_i_g property
and 'lien claimiu-r it. It vu, apparently, a clear
caso of larceny, aud tlio Court bo found it, and
condemned the rommned Richard to auto $30, or
lo tako it out by sixty day?' oxorciBO in tbo open
United Staten os. Wulcomo Simone (colorod).
AaBault on Rebecca FraBier (colorod).-This w?ib
a vory a-usin-r case. Tho dufondiint ecemid in
dignant that his rit-bt to whip tbo woman should
be duubted. Ho aaid Bho needed it, and it would
do her no harm.
Robccoa FrftHier deposed that abo was walbing
on tho Battery, when Welcomo came thorn and
made hor go homo and thon throw her down and
boat bor sovorely with a stick. She bad dono
nothing to cause bim to aot so. Tbo witness was
vory pathetic in lu r statement, as her fueling* ap
peared to bavo boon considerably burt by tho
Tbo prisoner dopoeod that the woman waa bia
wife, and that she bad boon acting bad lately and
would go off from the house. On this occasion
ho Btartod out to look fir hor, and whon ho bad
brought her homo and atrapporl her, ho thought
abo required it. The Court differed with him,
and Bomowhat astoniBhod bim with the mi wel
como tidings that his aoutuuco was $100 uno or
sixty days' hard labor on tho streets.
United States vs. Wm. Whitmore (whito)-Gar
roliug.-Thi? is the first case of this description
that hud boon brought boforo the Court. By some
niistako a colored man, namod Wigg, waa included
in the indictment, but on the fuels being known ho
was released, Wigg is tho proprietor ofarcstauraut
in Markot street and hae nl.vays borno the charac
ter of a quiet, ordorly citizen. It appoarod by tho
evidence that Wigg was crossing tbo street whon
tho d?tendant cunio behind him, and piniouing
hie arms commenced to throttle him. A man
standing noar gavo tbo alarm, and Whitmore ran,
cloaoly pursued by a largo crowd uutil they mot a
policeman, who arrested both partios. Thora was
no fight or dinturbaueo ob Whitmore was tho only
aggressor. Tho outrage was of so unprovoked a
character tbafthc Court found tiieprisonor guilty
and sentencod lum to pay $100 uno and sixty days'
hard labor on tho stroets.
Two of a Name.-In the proceedings of tbo
ProvOBl Court published last Wodnosday, the
name of Joseph Holloway appears ae having been
brought np for attempting to break in a bouse.
Wo havo been called upon by one of tho mombora
of the rcspectablu Holloway family, known bj* all
cilizons as colored porsots of high character, and
requested to say that this man is a stranger to
them, and is io no way connected with thom.
Auction Sales Tula Day.
Hacket <T> Bakkb will sell this day, at their sales
room. No. 6C Market-street, at 11 o'clock, a general as
sortment or new and second-hand furniture; also, a No.
I milch cow.
(??..r-.p_sTF.wi -We would direct the attention of this
class of meo D?nica to an advertisement In this morn
ing's lsisuo, calling for fifty carpenters to work at Hamp
ton, on the South Carolina Railroad. These works are
very it i; ortant, and would ensure employment to many
of our citizens who arc now comparatively Idle. Appll.
cants aro referred to Messrs. J ?mes M. Easom k Bbo'r.
foundry, corner Nassau anil Colnmbns streets.
TYE no mot assert that every family should be thair
own physician In all cases ; but it is undeniable that,
with a case of Humphreys' Hom?eo.athic Bpkcificb in
the house, times wit bon t number, dlseoso and sickness
may bo srrcstod, and Unie, money and sauering Baved.
This Is being dono by thousands and may bo dona by
all. Boo advertisement In another column or address
HUUPnitEYB* HOMIF.OPATIIIC MEDICINE Co.,
Augusto G No. 602 Bioadway, N. Y.
Pane s Hepatic Bittebb.-It is a wiso disponha
tlon of Providence that in the samo locality where some
diseases exist, the room and plants which are certain
remedies fur them are often to be found, walting only
for industrious hands, guided by intelligent heads, to
pluck th? m from the earth and arrange them as nature
directs for the benefit of mankind. In our section of
country, where complaints of the liver, dyspepsia and
chills nd fevor mako llfo miserable and rack the human
frame, tho vegotable cores are abundant, but thoy bav?
waited for some identifie mind, like that o( Mr. Pauk
nin, to take them from their hidden places, and extract
ing their medical properties, prepare a remedy Ilk < his
most excellent "Hepatic Bitters." Although this prepa
ration is comparatively new in our community. It has?
been extensively used by sufferers of diseaaea which it
is intended to alleviate, and we hear it highly praised
by all of them with whom we have come in contact,
and we would, therefore, earnestly recommend it as
ono of the finest tonics and correctives of the present
day. _ _ faaw
SILVER SILVER. SILVER.
DOLLARS. IMLVhfl, QUARTERS. TER AND VIVS
CBN? PIBOES, for which the highest price will ka
A. M. MORELAND,
BROKER AND URAL ESTATE AGENT,
August 8 fmw3 No. 6 Broad street (Dp Stairs).
BANK BILLS ! BANK BILLS !
HA IK BILLS I
ANK BILLS OF ALL SOUTHERN BANK8 BOUGHT
at high? at price by A. H. MOHELAND,
Broker and Beal Estate Aient,
Arijroat 8 fmwB No. 6 Broad street (Up Stairs).
FOR S ?ILE,
I _T\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDINO AS
l_KJ 800IATION STOCK.
Apply at this office. Julr l8
A. M. MORELAND.
BROKER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
No. 5 BROAD STREET (Up Stair?,
WILL BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION PLANTA
TIONS, City property, and Beal Estate of all
kinda. Also, Bonds, Sock?, Ac. Oold, Silver, and Bank
Bills bought and sold._frowS_August 3
WILLIAM. M. LAWTON, JR.,
ATTo_w->T_3_r A\.rr ____-w
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
No. 23 BROAD STREET (UP STAMS).
ALBEE k WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND,DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c"
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL.
N0. 4 BAfNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, B. O.
Augnatl _ ,_ ?mo
Va LEATHER AND WAI _
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BIL-UBD HALLO, O?EJ?, fco.
WILLURI fi. WfllLREW m CO.,
inn? 15 f_w_-o# Ne. 260 _INQ-rTn__T.
CITY SQUARE SALOON.
rnni* undersigned have opened the above
JL EatKblianiiont, ai No. C3 Moulin- stroe , opposite
tho t ity Hquuro. whrro a splendid assortuiont of
WINKS, LIQUORS. NEOARd, TOUACCu, ko., will bo
kept constantly on band.
LON?'H servo?! ovory day.
Tboy will tie happy to -eo their frionds and patrons on
This Day, wbon a Free Lunch will be served.
WILLBERN & STELLING.
Angnst 6_ _.
PALMETA 1R?N tfOl?KST
Corner of Concori and Hasel Streets.
LOCKWOOD A JOHNSON'S OLD STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREPARED TO BUILD ENGINES, BOILERS AND
Maoliinory of nvpry kind. Castings lu Iron and
Briss oxocnted with fimtllty and dUpalcb. Hone?
Fronts of,Oast Iron, and Kallinga for all purposes, built
and aet up to order.
JOHN M. PUNDT.
AUgUSt g__EDWARD A. D'?DP.
BOOTS TH1T ARB BOOTS!
No. 78 BROAD STREET,
GrNTLEMEN'S F.NE BOOT.', WATER-PROOF.
Dresf-, and Pump 8o'oa. Also Gonta' Ano PATENT
LEATHER, CALF FOX.NG, KID TOP. ALL CALF, and
ALL KID CONORE__ OAIT_R3. mtdo to order, BY
HAND (not machiue made), which fur il-isli and dura
bllltv aro not to bo BurptiRficil PurchaBor? will savo
dollars bv onyim; from the subacrlbor, for ho lias mark
ed hlH pi-icon down to suit the ttnioa. Come one, como
No. 78 Broad at., under Carolina Hotel.
A FRESH STOCK
No. 394 Kiiig-St.
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT
for Manufacturers of. and
Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in. Ladies', Gent's. Misses',
Youth's and Children's Fine and
Medium Sewed and Pegged
BOOTS AND SHOES, has taken
Store No. 394 KING STREET,
where lie will keep a large as
sortment of Goods, which will
be sold at the lowest possible
Our FINE GOODS we warrant
in every particular, equal to
custom-made goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of the Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
E. H. KELLERS 8c CO..
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DEUGGISTS,
Tllllll) DOUR NORTH OF MAR-CHIT,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a full assortaient of DBU08, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. SOAP-, BRUSHB8, PER
FUMERY and FJlNOY OOOD8, and are prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapest mar
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
G_.__-S S?W__R JE.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILlMtf G. WMLDE?Y _. ?0.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-8TREET.
June IS fmw.moo
PLATED AND SILVER SPOON?
FORKS. CASTORS. TEA TRAYS
DISH COVEHB, TABLE MATS
TABLE ODTI.ERY and
For sale hy W11, LO W-WARE.
WILLIAM G. WIIILWKN & ?0.,
Jane IB ftpw.mos No. 2M KIWO-STREE-.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Drawn Daily at Coriugton, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from $1 to $i_0.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS lu the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon s the Lottery Is
?O for TICKETS lu the abore LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed aa aoon s the Lottery Is
drawn. Havan? Plan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; 69.
Priz?.. Capital P<_>, ?100,000. Draws the loth and
81at of ea_ mouth. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United 8_ea Li-tnsad Aaront.
Ho. 90 BtJteX streat, or Kay Box 8_, Poatoflloe.
July 29 arno
Furniture! Furniture I Furniture I At Auction*
BY JIKKIiV * IMKICK.
Will be sold at our ??los room No. CO Market-street,
TUIB DAY, ntll o'click A M..
A general assortment ol NEW AND HECOND-HANI>
F?hRTCUBE, all of willela will bo nold to clono con
N?. 1 M?ch Com.
ItlAfKRV & IHK ICH
Will soU to fu hiebest binder, 1'liIS DAV, at No. KG
Market-stro<?t, at 11 o'clork ?>. M ,
A No. I Mil,(Jii COW, warranted.
August ?_ _
Auction Sale of Sugar, Molasses, Wines, ./e<t*ies>
Marmelades, Havana Syrups. Preserved tVuits
Havana Segars, Spanish Smnkitig Tobacco, ?te.
HV II SALAN
WILLIAM M. PELO", Auctions?n.
On WEDNESDAY next, 8th Angnst, at 11 o'clock, a-3
Mi-s.rs. Halos A Co.'s store, No. l18 East Bay,
IMS bbblri' } I>RIME M08COVADO St'OAR
270 libls. Mjw Prop MfO""?.!?! Molapsc?
16 hhd8. Choice I'-jrto Hlco Molat-sou
6 cases Ouava Jolly and Marmelade
lOcspcH Preserved Fruits, nnsorlod
0 ?asea Havana Syrups, assorted
15 cases Italian Macearon!
6 cases Olivo Oil
23 kCgs Olives
6 detuijohus White Wl?o Vluogar
IB ??-casks < aiatognlt? Claret W no
10 casos Huporlor Old *bi<rry .> ino
26,000 Havana Benin or rlmlco q?iolitlcB and brands
300 lbs. Hpun?Kli .Smoking Tobacco, H and 1 lb. pack -
Conditions.-Snms under finoo, ctinb; over $100 P.
thirty d?ya for approved eildon ed notes.
Tobacro, Colton, Carriage, and Sundries.
Il Y t.. 1H'\< II At SON.
Will be sold ou WEDNESDAY*. Rh in .t.. at half-pn it
9 o'clock, at so. 5'if. Ktni/-Btrt?et,
One genteol oiio-lmrrio UAUUIAGE and HARNE 8?
Ono substantial Uuggy
?inn ?Spring Cart
One Iluggy HorHo
Teu boxes Tobacco
One balo ol (.'otto-', damtiged
Boxee Segara mid bottles Urandy
Bnndry articles of Furniture, Clothing, (te., eke.
Unlimited articles rccelvod up to bour of sale.
Cargo Sale of Muscovado Sugars. White Havana
Sugars, and Muscovado Molasses.
It V .IOS. li KIMI.i?; , .
H Z. LAURKY, AUOTioNKKR.
On FRIDAY, AugiiBt 10. at 11 o'clock a. M., will be sold
at Accommodation Wharf.
Tie CARGO of tho sehr. "Thomas J. Frazier," from
76 bli in. superior and primo quality OROOEBY
:tl boxes White Havana Sugars
20 bbds. Muscovado Molasses.
Termn at sale. August 4
GOVE UN IHK NT BALK,
Will bo sold on WEDNESDAY, August I?, I860, at 1
o'clock, at Hilton Head, H. ?J., at public auction, to
tho b cb1 at bidder,
A QUANTITY OF COMMTSmRY PROPERTY,
COPYING PRESSES, 80ALE8
Funnels, Faucots, Scoops
Saws. Knives, Stools
Ov ns, ?anldrons ~
Hammers, Br.,sbeB, Stove?
Axes, Pumps Ac, Ac.
Terms-Cash in United 8 atos curroncy.
WM. W. BUIIN8.
Augusts 10 Brevet Brig. Gen. and 0. 8. U. 8. A.
OI11EF P.VARTITRNASTEK''' OFFICE,
Department ov thr Carolinas, 1
CiiAiu.KBToi . H. c1., July 90, 1866. j
Will be be sold at Public Auction, at Noith Go mm er el?
Wharf, at 10 o'clock A. M., August lfitli, I860, the U .
8. steamer "PLANIER," with all nor equipment-.
The "Planter" ia well adapted for carrying cotton,
having eapaclty for one thousand bales. Her bali and
machinery aro in perfect order. Hin? Ib ISO foot long ;
46 teot boam; 7 foot depth of hold-, dr-vught 0 feet; hats
two tubular boilers; two birlzoi.tal higi-prossnre ezt
ginee, not connected; diameter or cylinder 20 Inches ;.
alrose of piston 0 feet.
Terms cash, In Government funds.
O. w. thomas;
Brevet Llout. Col. and Chief Quartermaster. .
August 1 _?
Furniture. Hoses, Vehicles. &c.. al Auction.
BY HIM ITU Al .tiru I I.i 1VKAY.
No. '-?7 Broad Sir? . t. South Shin, Near Stntir
Sales of FURNITURE, Ato., at private residences at
tended to at modorate charges.
Auction everv WEDNESDAY for HORSES, VEH ?
Cl.l'.S, -TJRNITURE, Ac , at half-past lu o'clock at on sr
Office. August 4
Clay Field Plantation. **
BY COU - W, IIANCI-It- ?Si CO.
At Private 8ale
ALL THAT VALUABLE COTTON AVD RICE PLAN
TATION, situated in Christ Church Pariah, eighteen?
(l8) mili-? from tim village of Mount Pleasant, and
known aa "(.'.lay Field," embracing aleo BALDWIN'S
old field. HAMPTON, and a tact of land bon. ht Of W.
J. Qrayson, containing in all four thousand (.1000
acrea, togoth? r with a landing at Wappetaw Landing
and thBnae of the creek and cmal liindliig to it, with
the privilego of widening and deepening tho same.
A portion of the land is cleared, tho remainder hear i
ly tlmb red with oak and cypress convenient to tho
canal and .creek above mentioned, and ia one of the
beat rangea1 for atock in this section of country. The
land is ot flr.t-rate quality, ami ia now nnder huo
couaful cultivation In Bice and Cotton. The crop is In
excellent condition, and promises a remunerative yield?.
On the place ia a fine family Dwelling Bouse, Barna,.
Stables, and all necessary out-bullilngu, with Thresher,
Steam Engine, and laborera* quarters, recently built
and Id first-rate repair.
The above place offers great inducements to persons
wishing to live near their plantation during the anmmer,
being but ash rt drive from a healthy aea-sbore real*
With the above place will be sold, if desired, the
growing crop, atnok, farming utensils, &c.
For farther particulars and tcrma, which will be
accommodating, apply aa above, at
No. 46 EAST BAY,
Angnst 1 [July 27J fmw? Comer Unyoe'a Wharf.
An experienced Norse and Female Phjsle__*y
Preuouta to the attention of Mothera htaf
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly fac-tatos the process of Teething, try
softening the gums, re Jucing all inflammations, w?
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodlo action, and Is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend ne on it, mother!, it will give rest to yoma- m, .
Belief and Health to Toar Infants*
We hare put np and sold this article for over thlrt,
years, and can say in confidence and troth of It what ira.
have never been able to aay of s>~ other modletn*
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A 8MGLE INSTANOB TO
EFFECT A OUItE. when timely used. Never did we
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who
used It On the contrary, all are delighted with its op?.
ratlons, and apeak In terms of commenda?on of til
magical effects and medical virtues. We spoak In this
matter "what ire do know," after thirty years* ma/*.
rtence, and PL-DOE OURSELVES FOR.THE FUI_**XL
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECLARE. In aim?.*
every Instance where the infant la suffering from palo
and exhaustion, relief will be fonnd in fifteen or rat-XP
minutes after the syrup is admlnlstered.
YaU directions for using will accompany < ach bot-t?
None genuine onie- the foo simile at OURTIS * PfiB?.
KINS, New York, ta on the oauid* wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the worl
Price only- 95 Coate pew J3ot U?,,.
*or,**t* KINa & oassidey:
S>?Jhi->ar- 21_____J*t.ri ."-?
SWril'LliS AND BVE-fiLISm
PBBEOSOOPIO Q*_i_*4_ 1TT1_D TO SOTT AW
WILLIAM C. WMILDElf A 00.,
June 10 tew-Ma Ho. M? KIHOHnSB--.