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CHARLESTON MM NEWS,
Q. B. OATHOABT, Edito?.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
L.IR'UEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY,
WTHK L1I8T OIT I___TTB_I_S re
maininflc in the Postoffloe at the end
of enoh week Is n-ublisheei oiiioi--?lly
In. TBLK DAILY JTSTICWS every _Tri
Wo call attention to n>n interesting foreign let
ter on our first pago this morning, written b> ono
of our citizons, now in Europe. Wo hope u? have
the pleasure of presenting hits favors i'.oquently
to our roadors.
Qen. JrjB-L A. Early is engaged in writing a
history of the Valley campaign.
A jury just erapaunollcd tu NewYork represents
a?vcnty-flve millions of dollars. Belmont, Astor,
Stewart, and others compose it.
The carious may be interested in knowing, from
the official Austrian report, that the cost of tho
maintenance of the Austrian army is $000,000 a
day, or $219,0-00,000 a year.
The Afianlonomah, in her voyage across the At
lantic averaged 168 miloB per day. The monitor
wat* pot disturbed or delayed in bor speed by
According to the published proceedings of the
Medical Association of the Stato of Georgia, tho
Committee on Prize Essays has awarded the first
prize of that body to Dr. E. S. Gaillard, of Rich
mond, Ta., for an Essay on Diphtheria,
Senator Nvi: is preparing for the press a new
edition of Dr. Watts' poems, in hopes, says the
Boston Post, he may so familiarizo himself with
the text as to become Nyer right in his future
quotations than ho has in those lately made.
Since July 1st, National Banks are not allowed
to pay State bank notes over thoir counters.
There is no law to prevent their passing among
individuals, And for all uses, excepting at bank,
they will be as good as oyor,
__ C??i?jjany in Sheffield offers ?50(H) to whoever
will find a substituto for ivory, as the demand is
so great that the teeth of 20,000 elephants would
be necessary every year to furnish billiard tables
alone. Here is a field for some American genius.
They do things in a harry in California, as wit
ness tho following programme of a "pleasant little
affair": San Joan Nevada stage robbed at 5 A. M.,
of 13,000; reward offered at 7 A. M.; robbers shot
and all tho money recovered at 2 P. M. ; coroner's
inquest at 3 P.M.; funeral of the thieves at 6 P. M.
A snicidal mania prevails in Hartford, Connec
ticut, no less than five cases of suicide occurring
in that place in the space of twenty-fonr hours.
One man poisoned himself with strychnine, two
others shot themselves, and two women jumped
into the Connecticut Hiver. The two last were
rcsoued before life was extinct and saved.
In 1860 there were in St. Louis 12 tobacco manu
facturing establisements with a capital of $100,
000, but in 1865 theso had grown to sixty-two
establishments, employing $2,600,000 capital?
nearly three times the amount employed in that
branch of industry in the entire State of Missouri
in 1860. Jn 1865 tho Government tax on tobacco
manufactured In St. Louis was $1,171,631.
The Fourth was universally celebrated in New
Orleans. In Louisville the celebration was con
fined to private pic-nics, there being no mnnicipal
demonstration. Horace Maynard and others ad
dressed an assembly near Nashville, and the ne
groes held a celebration at Fort Gillen, near that
city. A party of the Fifth cavalry regiment broke
np the colored jubilee.
A letter from Goneral Almonte, Maximilian's
minister at Paris, whioh is undoubtedly authentic,
written from Paris under date of May 31, says that
the Financial Committee will not pay tho salaries
of the legations whoso drafts had arrived in the
city. He asks advice in the matter, as this sum
mary proceeding interferes consider ably with his
In Brooklyn a man named Henry Devlin was
reported to have died of Asiatic oholera. The
doctors who attended him pronounced it to bo a
strong caso of oholera morbos, while the coronor
and jury were of opinion that it was a genuine
ease of Asiatic* cholera, and rendered a verdict in
accordance therewith. Dr. Bissell reports all
well on board the hospital ship Falcon.
Tho Trustees of Antioch Collego, at tho Com
meacement recently hold there, refused to allow
the only female candidato to read her graduation
essay, solely becaase ehe woro the "Reform" (or
short) dress. This is reported in the local papers
as a peculiarly hard caso, she having worn this
costume for years, with her husband's consent.
Antioch College is the nursling of the late Horace
Mann, and has students of both soxee.
The New York Express says: "The letter of
Mr. Seoretary Sewabd to Tammany Hall is foil of
moaning, and will boar reading and re-reading.
The Secretary,?if we read him right,?means,
now, to part, body and breeches, from the dis
union Radicals, and to act with tho union party.
If this be so, it brings him at once back to his old
Whig and Democratic bearings, whioh, howover
differing in minor matters, were always 'Union'
on all matters of importance."
The New York Herald says there is a great want
of Southern fire-oaters just now at Washington,
D. C, where there are a lot of Badioal Congress
men, all anxioas for a renomination, and all ex
tremely doubtful about thoir chances of getting
it. Thoy feel that nothing will save them from
oblivion except some stirring excitement that
b1ic.11 make martyrs of thom, and canso an out
burst of popular sympathy in their favor. Fora
good flogging, a trifling and not very painful stab
or a pistol shot, aimed at some portion of thoir
anatomy, not necessarily vital, thoy will pay
roundly. If the attack apon them conld be
made by a notorious Soathernor and woro
performed in public and aooorapanied by tho
phrase, "Let me kill this great Union patriot,"
or words to that effect, five hundred dollars would
not be too much for the job.
03- All communications intended for publication In
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash._
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TUE8DAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1866.
OUR COMMERCIAL STATEMENTS.
So vomi onuses have combined to affect vory
materially tho operations of the import and
export trade during tho quartor just olosed,
viz : the threatening aspoot of European poli
t?os, whioh has now assumed tho stern realities
of war; the English monetary orisis; and tho
still unsettled condition of the politioal status of
the Southern States. Either one of theso oausos
would have boon sufficient to agitate the
usual quiet ohannela of trade, and the conse
quents of their combined influenoe has al
most obeokod their ourrent and proved a se
rious impediment to oommeroial transactions.
It is the prevailing opinion that the shock
to commerce will not be sonsibly felt in this
country, and if felt at all its offoot will be
but temporary. On the other hand, we must
take into consideration that the heavy drain
of gold, consequent upon the indebtedness of
importers, together with the return of United
States Government securities from the seat of
war forced upon the market, must produoe
more or less oommeroial revulsion. Add to
those facts, that threo months must elapse be
fore the growing staples will bo ready for
export, and it is very evident that during this
time the pressure must be felt from the cen
tre to the oircumforenoe of our oommeroial,
industrial, and financial branches of business.
May it not be one of tho wise dispensations
of Providenoe that the Southern States (after
passing through the trying ordeal of fire,
sword, pestilenoe, and misrepresentation) shall
become the ohief instrument in saving the
country from ruin and averting general bank
ruptcy, by bringing forth an abundant supply
of those products whioh command and con
trol the markets of the world ? This is fore
shadowed in the reoent action of Congross,
where the Radical element was outvoted on
the question of levying an additional tax on
Cotton, and the acknowledgment made that
tho resumption of speoio payments must de
pend in a great measure upon the Buocess of
Southern agricultural pursuits?
One year has passed sinoe our port was
opened to the oommeroe of the world, and
the following figures exhibit the oommeroial
summary for this period, viz :
Becelpta from Gust?me for the fiscal year
ending June SO, I860. $389,990 73
Value of Imports. 664,603 00
Cotton exported, Foreign, from lat Sept.,
'66, to80th Jone, 1866.balea.. 03,919
Cotton exported, Coastwise, from let 8ept,
'66, to 30th June, 1866. 49,736
Duties accruing on Mdee. in Warehouses.
Juno 80. 1866. $20,433 69
By referring to the inside oolumns of our
paper will be found full tabular statements of
the imports, exports, and tonnage for the
quarter ending June 30,1866.
THE PROPOSED CONVENTION.
We lay. before our readers to-day a large
number of extracts from publio journals in
all parts of the country, expressing their
viewB on the great Conservative Convention
called to meet at Philadelphia on the 14th
of August. There is some difference of opin
ion in respect to the desirability of suoh a
Convention, and some difference in the warmth
with whioh the approving journals recom
mend it But the prevailing tone ie oordial
approbation and sanguine hopefulness. To our
mind there has never been a time, in the whole
history of our politics, in whioh a proposal
has been taken up by the people with suoh
ready and spontaneous zeal, and greeted
wi th suoh unoquivocal marks of vigorous ap
proval. The voice of the people will be
heard in this Convention, and it is of the
greatest importance that we in the ?South
should send our delegates. We espeoially
enjoin upon the people of this State the im
mediate necessity of calling publio meetings,
as suggested by Governor Orr, and appoint
ing delegates to Columbia, tot there be no
hesitation nor delay. Immediate action is
what is wanted.
Ever sinoe the foundation of the Govern
ment of the United States, the ory of "Union"
has always been the shibboleth of somo
party, not in office and power, but doing their
utmost to attain that summit of human bliss.
" Union " has been at some time or other the
watohword of every party. The most striking
example of this we have in the party now
controlling the legislation of Congress and the
dostinies of the country. These gentlemen,
during tho few years immediately preceding
the war, wero tho Union men of the country
par excellence. In foot, they were the "Union
Shriekers." But no sooner had they taken
hold of the helm, when they showed that it
was not the Union they cared for so muoh as
tho power it conferred upon them, and the
concomitant advantages to be derived from
The war was proseouted with great vigor
and with an animus soarooly justifiable upon
purely patriotic prinaiplos. After /our years
of fighting the Union was restored. Were
these shriekers satisfied then ? No. They
fought for the Union,?in some form or other,
?and now that they have suooeeded in pre
serving it intaot, they refuse to recognize it,
and deliberately have .set to work to rend
asunder what they spent nearly half a million
of men to keep together. Was there ever
suoh inconsistency ? The only thing like an
oxouBO or explanation of suoh singular con
duot, as far as we oan gathor from tboir
papers and epooohos, is by no means oreditablo
to tho loadors of that party. Rovongo and a
vindictive hatred are tho prompting motive.
Tho Southern Stales must be punished. Thor o
is an absurdity in the vory idea. But why
\vt? to words on this subjeot.
Tho Radioals soaroely mako any protonco
at conooaling their roal motive, viz : that
they are afraid of losing the controlling
powor of tho ?Government ; and that tboy aro
determined, at all hazards, to koop tho South
out of Congross, in order to prevent such a
With suoh a purpose as the actuating prin
ciple, whnt oan we expect from a party except
solfisbnoss, prejudice, oppression, and high
handed measures of every kind. And ac
cordingly we find that their legislative acts
during tho prosont session have been marked
by preoisoly theso characteristics. In order
to gain a desired majority for oertain bills,
the moBt unscrupulous measures were resorted
to. In two instances, by the most disgraceful
ohioanery, they even unseated members of tho
Senato and tho lower House, their only crime
being that they did not wear a ooat of the
truo Radical out.
There were many Republicana, good men
and truo, who soon became disgusted with
suoh outrageous proceedings. They are known
as the Conservativo Republicans, and are
now arrayed against tho Badioals. They
support the President in? bis wise and humane
policy; and ere even now endeavoring to
bridge the ohiVdm botween the two antagonis
tic sootiohB of the country.
With this view, the leading politicians be
longing to this latter category have issuod a
manifesto, calling a National Convention to
meet next month in Philadelphia. Every
State in the Union is to be represented; and
the prinoipal, indeed the only objeot of the
| Convention is the restoration of the Southern
States to their places in the Union. These
men belong to no party now, having been
read oat of the Republican party. The
Demooratio leaders of Congress have
cordially united with them,?all past dif
ferences being generously waived, for the
time being at least, in order to rout the com
As we are earnestly solicitous for a final
settling of our difficulties, civil and politi
cal,?we hope the efforts of Senator Doo
LiTTLE & Co. will be Buooossful. The call
has evoked the most bitter opposition from
tho Radical ranks, which we aooept as a good
omen, for if the proposed Convention were as
powerless as the Radioal journals, would
have us believe, they would soaroely lose
their temper to suoh a degree in discussing
Let the South take this matter in hand,
hold meetings, call conventions, elect dele
gates; and let us have a full expression of
opinion on the part of the people, for the
benefit of suoh delegates, that they may go
prepared to give the sonso of their con
stituencies Some moans may be devised to
bring about the entente cordiale so muoh de
sired by us all. The very fact of the repre
sentatives from every section of the country
meeting again upon common ground, after so
many years, cannot but exeroise a salutary
influence, and must tend to smooth down
many of the asperities still showing them
selves on every oooasion.
We oan Bee no harm that could arise from
such convention,?or from our States being
represented there. We are in a politioal
position, unfortunately, whero we have noth
ing to lose. Lamentable is that state where
any chango must be supposed to be for the
DESIRABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVAT*;
8ALB.?THAT TWO-BTORY QROOERY AND
DWELLING, northeast corner Spring and St. Fbillp
streets. Lot 40 feet front, 84 In depth.
The Vacant Lot adjol'.lng on fit. Philip street, 76 feet
Ihe Comfortable Three-story WOODEN DWELLING,
No. 31 Laurens street, south side.
The Three-story WOODEN DWELL TNG. No. 69 Tradd
street, between Meeting and Kin? streets, south aide.
The above for sale at low prices. Apply to
Z. B. OAKE8,
July 10 3 No. 4 Broad street
FOR SALE, ENTIRE, OR ON?-THIRD
interest, in a SAW MILL, 35-horse power, situated
on bold Creek, leading into Boll's Bay. 30 miles from
Charleston, In conjunction, if deBired, with 2000 acreB
finely Umbered land, ten mules, two pair oxen, timber
oarts, and all the requisite articles for carrying on the
business. All of the above now and in good oondlUon.
Also, the privilege of cutting Umber to an almost un
limited extent, at very low rates, on adjacent lands.
ONE BIOHT-nORHE ENGINE, with two Cotton Oins
and Grist .Mill, In ?the village of Mount Pleasant, to be
removed or sold with the premises. From its proximity
to the City, and the Urge quantity of Seed Cotton
brought into this market, this will be a very profitable
Investment. I'lNOKNKY BRO.HBR8,
July 10_3_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR BAI?-. AFINE MILCII COW ?LATE
LY Calved; gives twelve qutrls milk per day; sold
low if applied for soon at
T. E. dalwick'8 furniture store,
July 10 tuthsS No. ?71 King street.
TAR AND TURPENTINE 'WORKS FOR
HALE.?Two Kilns, oho IS bbl. StiU, 8 Copper
Oondonsors, 1 Force Pamp, and all machinery nocensary
for the manufacture of Tar and Turpentine. The ma
chinery is nearly new. For terms, ho., address R, E.
GRAVES h CO., Beaufort, 8. O. 13_July 7
FOR WALK, ALL THAT LOT OF UNO,
with- two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, having double plasta and oommo*
dious baaotntint, fine cistern and well. The house U
new and in good vepair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms and particular a, apply to
B. A. k 3. T. EARLY,
June 19 Northwest corner Mario*, and Bast Bay.
LA NO H FOR SALIC?TIIK 8UI.BCRIB ?R
offers for sale all of his LANDS in the Fork of
Edisto Rivers, OranRoburg Distrlot, from S to 7 miles
from Midway, S O. Railroad. Five places?one of 1000
acres, whore he now resldos; one of 700 acres, 440 acres,
800 acre?, 360 acres; all of said plaoea ave Improved by
open land and other wise, part of the lands are river
lands on South Edisto, and part first-class pine lauds;
or he wlU ont urt said plaoes la tract? of txly *U*> to suit
purchaser?. Address D. L. BRON80N,
July 8 t _6 Midway, & C.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CITY OODNOIL
will bo hold This Day, Id Council Chamber, at *>
P. M. .Business of groat importance,
Dy order of the Mayor. W. H. BMITII,
July 10_1_Clerk of Council.
ST. PATRICK'S BENRVOI.KNT SOCIK?T.
THE MONTHLY MEhTlNG OF THIS 8001ETY
?ill bo held This Evening, In Masonic Hall, at 8
o'clock. JOHN McMAHON,
SOUTH CAROLINA FKIKNDLY SOCIETY.
A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF T1II8 SOCI
ETY will bo held, This Evening1, (ho 10th lust., at
No. 310 Mretlng-ntri-ot, at 8 o'clock, precisely. Oflicers
and member? aro requested to attond.
By order of J. R. SniBEn. Prealdont,
H. W. TIENCKEN,
July 10_I*_P. 8. and Treasurer.
CAROLINA C H APTE H, NO. 1, R. A. M.
AREiiDLAR MONTHLY CONVOCATION OF
Carolina Chapter, No. 1, R. A. M., will bo
held This Evening, 10th inet., at 8 o'clook, at Masonic
Hall. Candidates will ploaso oome forward to receive
By order M. E. H. P.
L. P. LOVEOREEN,
July 10_1_BecroUry O. O.
CHARLESTON II. ?5c L. COMP?S Y, NO. 1.
ATTEND A 8PEOIAL MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY, to be held at the Hall ol the Charleston
Fire Engine Company, Wontwortti street. This (Tuetday)
Evening, at 8 J? o'clock.
GEO. B. CHAMBERLIN,
Secretary O. H. k L. Co. No. 1.
CHARLESTON FIRE! COMPANY OF AXE
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY This Evening, at the Hope Engino House,
Archdale-stroet, opposite Mnrfcot, at 8 o'clock precisely.
The members are requested to be punctual, as busi
ness of importance will be submitted.
By order. E. JNO. WHITE,
Ju'y 10 1 Secretary O. F. Co. of A.
n? ???aaa?-?_ ?aa_aaa? _???-? _
WANTED, A GOOD COLORED COOK
and a first rate Washer; two persons. Apply im
modlatoly at No. 3 OR-ANQE-STRE-T. a July 9
WANTED, AT THE FOUR MILE HOUSE,
a WOMAN to cx-ok and take charge of two or
three cows. One from the country proferred. Good
wage? given. Apply at No. 3 PRINOESS-STREET.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.?AN EXPE
RIENCED AND COMPETENT BOOK-KEEPER,
who has some knowledge of tbe Grocery Business, to
write up a set of books and make himself generally use
ful about the storo. Best of reference required. Ad
dress ALPHA, at this office. July 9
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
situation aa chambermaid, can also attend to chil
dren and do housework, and is* willing to make herself
generally useful. Apply at No. 26, SHOP, corner BEE
AND ASHLEY STREETS._JnlyC
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
- TION In some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery homo; has some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing boon In that business on his own account. He will
study the interest of his employer, and is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object Best
of references furnUheil. Address "F." through the
roBtofflce, o** apply at this office. June 11
TO KENT, &o.
mo RENT, COOL? AND DELIGHTFUL
X BUMMER APARTMENTS, unfurnished, and
without Board, in the Elliott Mansion, on Georgo-street,
between Meeting and Anson streets.
Jnly 10 tuthstu 4,
FOR RENT LOW, TO AN APPROVED
tenant, that large and commodious HOUSE corner
of East Bay and Inspection streets, containing 8 square
rooms, pantry, dressing room?, and basements; Lot
extends to Washington street, with House that may be
rented. PINOKNEY BROS.,
June M tuf North Atlantic Wharves.
TO RENT, A PORTION OP A RESIDENCE
in Meeting-street, near the Guard House, consist*
lug of three Rooms and the Kitchen. Apply to R. M.
MARSHALL, Broker, Auctioneer, and Real Estate
Agent, No. 83 Broad street. 8 July 7
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
LOST? BETWEEN COLLEGE-STREET
and the Waverly House, King-street, a Ladies'
BROOCH, consisting of a bunch of Grapes of Coral. A
reward will be given if left at No. 1 COLLEGE-STREET,
or No. 32 Broad-street 1 July 10
L08T, A KILVKR-MOUNTED MEER
SCHAUM PIPE; supposed to have been left In the
rear coach of the Northeastern Railroad yesterday. Tbe
finder will be liberally .rewarded by leaving the same at
the office of the Charleston Hotel. r*~ . Juno 26
MULE STOLEN.?35 DOLLARS RE
WARD.?Stolen from my stable, at Danner's
Cross Roads, Bt James' Goose Creek Parish, on Tues
day night, June 26th, a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
about 12 years old, in good condition. Said Mule is
about 13 hands high, and has white hair about the head
indicating age. The Mule was seen m the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown comploxlon, on the
night of the robbery, going in the direction of the Dor
chester road, with a new bridle on, which was taken
with the Mule. A reward of $25 will be paid for infor
mation leadlntt to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given for evidence sufflolent to
convict the thlof. Address the undersigned, at Dan
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Courier Office, Charleston,
S. O. WILLIAM L. DAQGETT.
THE MERCANTILE COPARTNERSHIP. UNDER
the name and style of B. S. RHETT k SON, ot this
city, was, by the death of tt e former, dissolved on the
8d of July, 186?. tuthsa July 10
THE SURVIVOR, WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
on bis own account, under the same name and style
as heretofore, and respectfully solicits a continuance of
lie former patronage. B. S. RHETT, Jn.
July 10 _ tnthB3
THE OOPARTNEhSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
Jn this city, under the firm of DeCOTIES ? SALAS,
was dissolved on 2d April last, by written agreomont.
Either partner, or their attorney, will sign in liquidation
only. A. O. DaOOTTJN.
F. P. 8ALA8.
Charleston, July 3,18*50. ?
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS under the name and style of SALAS k CO.
F. P. SALAS,
For Attorney, R. SALAS.
Jnly 9 _10
THE COPARTNER HIP EXISTING BETWEEN M.
J. and MAX WAGNI-R, under the style of WAG
NER k BRO., Is dissolved by mutual oonsent. Messrs.
BRUNS k BEE, having been appointed reoelvere, are
authorized to take chargo of i he Stock and soli tho same.
M. J. WAGNEB.
Jnly 3_tu3_MAX WAGNER.
COPARTNEH SHIP NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBBE
has this day dissolved, according to attlolea of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLE8 AUSTIN.
O?1ARLE-J H. ALBEE.
HAS A88O0IATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUSINESS, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will hereafter bo conducted in tbe
name of ALBEE k WARREN, No. 12 MARKET
STREET. CHARLES H. AL13KE.
HOME LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIA
THE THIRTY-THIRD INSTALMENT OF THI8 AS
SOCIATION will be received during tbe day, at
No. 20 Hayne-street. Sale ot Money at Masonic Ball,
corner King and Wentworth streets, Thit Evening, the
10th inst, at 8>i o'clock.
Several Shares will be offered for sale.
GEO. F. KIN8EY,
July 10 1 Treasurer.
DR. T. S. THOMSON,
OFFICE 800IETY-8TREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence oorner of Tradd and Orange streets.
June 13_ tnthsl2*
PROPERTY Ok? THE STATE OF SOUTH
A LL PERSONS IN POSSESSION OF PROPERTT OF
A. any description, either real or personal, of any
locality, are requested to report the same, at their
earliest ohnvenlenoe, to W. A. HARRIS,
Special Agent of the State of South Carolina,
July 8 tuUur.18 Offloe Oolombia.
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
IW. 219 KING STREET.
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET W*
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY BEOS TO IN
FORM his customers aud tho public gonorally _?t be
has tbls day
HIB ENTIRE BTOCK OF
To such prlcoB aa will enBuro ready Bale*, and in rrby
enable those who havo not supplied themaolvos already,
tho moans of doing so at onco.
The Goods are of tho best quality and styles, ,m,i? arc
warranted to fit bv compotent ealcsmon.
Capt B. W. M0TUREOU8, will bo happy to 6oo hi?
friends here at al) timos, and will accommodate tbem ?f?
July 10_No. 219 King Street.
NO EXTOBTION !_N0 IMPOSITION
STAY NOT LIMITED !
CONCAVE AND CONVEX
TO SUIT ALL AGES AND SIGHTS
THE SDB8CRIBEB8 HAVE JU8T RECEIVED A
LARGE 8DPPLY OF THE ABOVE, aud will guar
antee as satisfactory an adaptation to each and every
case presented, aa can bo had lu any other establish
ment in tho South.
?-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, or NO CHARGE
ALLAN & SIDDONS,
No. 307 KING-STREET.
8IGN OF THE GOLD SPECTACLES.
Juno 38 _ thstn
THEODORE F. CH?PEIN, Dentist,.
Office uM ?__??i275 Kid-si..
TAVING _ETDBNED TO MY NATIVE OITY, AF
L TEB an absonce of five years, I tender my Pro
fessional Services to my frionas, the farmor patients of
tho late Dr. WM. 8. MONEFELDT(my preceptor), and
the pnbUo generally. By tho opportunities and tho many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (since tho disbanding
of the armlos), I am ona?lod to offer the LATEST
STYLES OF WOBK. and too MOBT IMPBOVED
METHOD OF TBEATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
June 38 tbst?tmo
MEROHA-?TS AND OTHERS, *
WILL ATTEND TO BALANCING BOOKS, AD
JUSTING /?OCODNT8, making ont Custom
House Entries, Bills, kc.
WRITING OP ALL KINDS dono with neatneas ana
Office a CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS,
N, W. corner Church and Broad-streets. ,
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others.
PBLOT ?56 SH?_IF_S?1B,
Adjuster- of Books and Accounts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WBITING TJP,
Adjusting and Balancing Books. W1U also en
gage to conduct books, mako out araaunts, kc, by the -
month or year, on reasonable terms.
Bookkeepers assisted at their places of bnslness.
Office at their Commercial School Room.
Corner of Wentworth and King streets.
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DUS. BAODL h LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THB
above steamers a large and select supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANOY ARTICLES. Also, CONGRESS,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATERS, and a foB assort
ment of PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINES.
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR HORLBECK'8 ALLE V,
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIEND8 AND
patrons that they aro now "selling and making up
to order," AT GREATLY RELUOED PRICES, their
well-selected Stock of fine CLOTHS, 0ASSIMERE8,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED OOATING8. DRAB D'ETES,
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and preper
workmanship guaranteed._atotblmoa May 19
CHARLESTON BILLIARD HALL,
Corner King aufl Market-streets,
THE LARGEST, COOLEST, AND MOST COMFORT?
ABLE ROOM In the olty, furnished with ELEVEN
TABLES, from the Manufactory of Messrs. KAVA
NAUGH h DEOKEB, New York.
LORING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
8. J. TOWN8END.* H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
BOLIOITOBS IN" BCiTJITTr,
BE?I/.ETTSVILLE, 8. O.
WILL ATTEND TO BD?INE88 IN THB DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Clioa?rflcld, Darlington and
Marlon. 8m08 Jnly6
W. Y. LEITCH,
Ho. ?? BROAD-STREET.
?aTREAL ESTATE, STO0K8, BONDS AND OTHER
JEOOBITIBS. SOLD._?_July a
1. J. ?MBPfiGftKLL,
N"0. 3*7 LINE S T IR. H E T 3
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BDLLD.
ING MaXBIUAL constantly on hind at tholowcst
Jane W ftalyr