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CHARLESTON DAILY M WS,
O. R. OATHOART, Editor.
CATHCART, McJOLLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
TO NEWS DEALERS.Scent?
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LLRUEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
? THE LI8T OF LKTTKRS re
mainlnc in the PostoiHoe at the end
of eaoh week is -published oflloiully
In. THIS PATTtY NK^VSTS every _T*ri
Dr. Cyrus Alexander is working & mine of
sulphate of baryta in Botetoart county, Va.
Tho Hon. James M. Mason, lato Confoderato
Minister to England, is at Niagara, with his
Tho idoa of annexation to the United Stato is
said to bo widely fostered in the Liberal rauku in
Tho yellow fover, recently announced as prevail
ing in Vera Cruz, at last accounts bad considera
In Boston tbe thermometer started ou Saturday
morning at 85, and at 10 o'clock reached 94 de
grees in the shado.
The Bteamers Bavaria, City of Boston and
Arago sailed-on Saturday for Europe, taking
$980,000 in specie.
We are pleased to learn that the venerable
Bishop Eaulx has so far recovered from his in
jurios as to be able to be removed to his horn e in
Secretary Sewabd, Seorotary Welles, Commo
dore Badfobd, Sonator Doolitt-E, and a number
of other distinguished gentlemen, paid a visit to
Fortress Monroe on the 1th.
Mr. Sumneb said, in the Senato last week, "tho
time had obme for them (the Senate) to assert
the independence of the National Government
over the States.
/ Five Scottish noblemen, the Duko of Argyle,
Athole, Sothebland and Bucoledoh. and the
Earl of Bbeadalbane, are said to own one-fourth
of all the land in Scotland.
By the explosion of three shells in Norfolk, on
Wednesday, a negro man was killed, and throe
other persoiiB were injured. The shells were in a
pile of old iron eold by the Government, and tho
explosion was causod by the handling of tho pile.
Burton Habhibon, formerly private secretary
to Mr. Davis, and Geobqe W. Bbown, one of the
counsel, arrived at Fortress Monroe on Saturday
moraine, and spent the whole day inside of the
fort with Jeffebson Davis and family. Tho
visit is presumed to have boon merely of a social
nature. They left to-night for Baltimore. Those
visits of friends, unobtrusively coming and going,
almoat daily occur, and preclude any idea of sig
nificance being attaohed to them.
One of the lay speakers in the Alexandria Con
vention, illustrated his readiness to fraternize with
the Northern brethren, and his feelings towards
them, by the story of ??the two men that would
not speak to each other ; but one having been
converted at a camp-meeting, on seeing his former
enemy, held out his hand, saying, 'How d'ye do,
Kemp ? I am humble enough to shake hands with
, a dog.' This brought down the house, from its
venerable President to tbe youngest person
_??!_? ?_-_dispatflh *?the **? * *--!
that the bill introduced into Congre? for ',!._? I
mission of those Province?, _2!S?__?_?
?roused an **-*- 1. M ' __*_**_Union haa
-_t*;ry loeling in the Government
-t?reles. The bill is looked upon as a bid to the
Provinces to throw off their allegiance to Great
Britain, and Join in what is termed here the poli
tical confusion of the United States. The com
miBBioners appointed to ascertain the damage
done in the late Fenian raids, report in the East
it will amount to $16,000 or $25,000, and in the
West to $G00O or $10,000.
A man who has not visited Richmond for aix
months, says the Times, would-?oarcely know
Main street. Handsome buildings occupy almoBt
evory lot between Ninth and Fourteenth streets,
or are being built, and will be finished before the
end of summer. With few exceptions tbe new
buildings have, or are to have, their upper floors
fitted np as offices and lodging rooms. The in
crease of the honsoroom of tho city from this
source will be so great before the next quarter as
to cause, we should think, a reduction of tbe rate
Of ronts. [Would we oonld say as much of our
own good old Charleston I]
Some time since in Biohmond, a negro man
yarned g?jjj Wo?4soq Wau arrested by the mili
tary authorities on the ohafge of shooting some
person, on the canal, a short distance from this
(pity. ?a their way to tb? Libby the prisoner es
caped from the guard, and has been going at
large ever since. Be was heard of as being in
town on Saturday and the F. B. requested the
police to arrest him. A party was dispatched on
Saturday night, and the negro was found Aear the
corner of Nineteenth and Broad stroots. Ho re
sisted arrest, and Buooeoded in getting off, al
though several shots were fired at him by a man
named Roach for a F. B.
The Egyptian paddle-wheol stoam yaoht Mah
rouesa, Captain Fbrdbioo Bet, built under the
superintendence of the Peninsula and Oriental
Company, by Messrs. BakudaBbotuebb, of Lon
don, for the Viceroy of Egypt, arrived at Malta on
the 12th nit., having performed the voyage from
Southampton in tho unpreoedontal short timo of
one hundred and flfty-soven hours. When under
full steam she consumos seven tons of coal an.
hour, and is, without oxoeption, the fastest vessel
afloat. At the measured mile in Stoke's Bay her
average speed was 18 4-10 knots an hour, which is
?quai to about 20J statute milos. After replenish
ing fuol she proceeded on the 16th for Constanti
nople, to njoet the Viooroy, who, it is reported,
intends paying a visit to England in her this sum
mer. TiiiB splendid vossel is of 1800 tons, and is
fitted with machinery of 800 horsepower. Her
interior fittings aro of extraordinary magnificence.
Her cost is said to have been ?100,000.
03- AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
theDaily News, No. 18 Haynestreet, Charleston,
8. O. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.____s
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THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 160C.
During tho past throo years, no man living
has occupied moro of tho attention of Europe
than tho stulosman whoso namo hoads this
article His is tho prominent figure attract
ing all eyes, lie enjoya the questionable dis
tinction of having launched forth tho Schlos
wig-Holetoin Pandora Box, which ho? sot all
Europe by tho cars. It is natural we should
like to know something moro of so prominent
an aotor in the world's great drama, than the
more oursory allusions we find in the papers
of tho day; and wo propose to-day to givo our
readers some acoount of the history of the
man, together with a sketch of his oharaoter.
Otto Edward Leopold von Bismark
was born in 1815, of old aristoorntio lineago,
near Magdoburg, in the Provinoe of Prussian
Saxony. He roceivod the principal part of
his education in Berlin, where, aftor ho had
paseod through the proscribed course, ho
graduated in law in 1835. Ho took a degreo,
also, at the University of Gocttingen. From
all accounts, he was deoidedly a fast young
man in tho dayB of hie student's life* pretty
muoh, we should think, such a man as Gus
taf Freitag paints his Baron von Fink in
Debit and Credit. We prefer to resort to the
domain of fiction for a proper analagouB char
acter, as it is there rather than in the greater
book of nature and real life, we find tho va
rious qualities and characteristics of the man
portrayed for our inspection.
To this day the old folks about Goottingen
toll stories of the gay young Freiherr;
whether true or apocryphal, matters not.
They are, doubtless, quite as authentio as
those we hear of the first Napoleon from the
gossips of Brienne.
After he had complotod his studies, he en
tered the army as a private, but a few years
afterwards he left the service, passed his?nal
examination in Berlin, and entered publio
life, or, rather, he was a candidate now for
some office to be given him by Government.
His father died, and left him the property
of Soh nhausen. The future minister retired
to this charming country seat, and devoted all
his energies to the improvement of his pro
In 1847, at the age of 32, he appeared be
fore the Counoil general of his provinoe. In
1848, during the very voat of popular agita
tion, he was eleoted Deputy; and from that
moment, when he had fairly taken his first
step, he advanced with giant strides. Here
was the proper field for a rapid development
of his faculties; and three years after ho had
entered the Chamber, be was sent as envoy
to Frankfort, to reprosent Prussia at the Ger
man Diet. It was during those three years,
doubtless, Bismark became thoroughly ac
quainted with the internal affairs of his coun
try, and learned to appreciate the material
out of which popular representatives are
made. If we may judge a posteriori, we
should say that his experience must have
been very unfortunate, as he has certainly no
exalted idea of popular institutions or consti
Weie the Count von Bismark a more
ordinary specimen of the Prussian Feudal
noble (junker), we Bhould have expeoted a
different development of his character. He
was born in 1815, as we have seen, the very
year of the liberation of Qormany from French
vassalage?FreiheiUjahr, "year of liberty,"
as the GermanB havo been all along pleased
to term it. He was eleoted a popular deputy
in 1848, at the time of the great social and
political upheaval throughout the Continent,
yet all these circumstances only appear to
have inspired him with a contempt for the
people and their leaders; and in discarding
the popul?r lino of policy, and obstinately
and persistently pursuing a diametrioally op
posite oourse, even at the daily hazard of the
assassin's knife, he has inoontestably prov?n
to tho world that he is not a mere junker, and
that however he may apparently oppose civil
liberty and popular progress, he has a we1'
formed plan of his own, a high ideal t0r lue
glorious consummation of wfcl0_ he has been
long and zealous,^ striving. He hr?, allowed
nothing to make him deviate fror_ this coarse,
and he has shunned neither tiir*^ toil or labor,
nor obloquy, nor danger, in tho study pursuit
of this goal.
Although we do not approve of his course,
or even hie objeot^ we cannot withhold our
admiration of bu.<_a independence of thought,
strongth of fihajractor, fixedness of purpose,
high patriotism, and perfeot indifferenoe to
threats a_d assaults of any sort. Pluok like
this will always gain a high meed of praise
as long as man shall remain tho fighting ani
mal we find him now. But to return to our
In 1855, while he was residing in Frank
fort, he was called to a seat in the Prussian
Houao of Lords. In 1855, he went to St. Pe
tersburg, as Minister Plenipotentiary. In
1862, he was made Ambassador to Paris.
He only remained there six months, when his
aovoroign recalled him and made him his
Minister of State; and a month afterward,
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Presidont of
the Counoil All his preceding offioos a?d
employments must bo considered as so many
Bobool oxoroisos, preparing him for his real
career, on whioh ho has now ontored. No
man is bettor acquainted with the internal
affairs and foreign relations of ev?ry country
in Europo than tbo Count von Bibmark. As
a diplomatist ho has no Buporior on tho Con
tinent, and yet is ho by no mesnB a diploma
tist of the ordinary school. We think it vory
probablo, in tho ovont of tho suocoss of h?B
prosont vontures, that Bismark will instituto
a groat ohango in diplomaoy, as Napoleon
did in tho art of war.
Bismark ?b very simple in all bis habits;
lovos not luxury or display; a man of lino
address, courtoous, oven a?ublo at times in
hi? intercourse with strangers. Ho has al
ways led an active life, is paesionately fond
of hunting; a huge bear Bkin and the outer
covering of a large elk form part of tho fur
niture of ono of tho halls in his palace. Ono
who has recently seen him, draws his picture
thus: A good physique?tall and rather slight;
his head is bald; his oountenance denotes
gjoat energy of oharaoter; a heavy moustache,
a ruddy complexion, the face slightly furrow
ed, a quick, pioroing eye, tho port of a gentle
man, and an iron constitution.
He is a man of the world in evory sense of
the word, naturally polite, putting Ii?b visitor
at once at his ease. He speaks fluently the
Fronob, English, Italian and Bussian. A*
might bo supposed from all that has prooeued,
ho is indofntigable in his labors. Ho has
three children?a daughter, 17 years old, and
two sons at sohool in Berlin.
Chivalric.?A Philadelphia paper, in or
der to furnish good Sunday reading for its
patrons on last Sabbath, contained a charac
teristic Yankee assault upon the women of
the South. Having exhausted its vocabulary
on the men of this sootion, it now turns to
abusing the women, and, we presume, when
it booomes tired of thid subjeot, it will, Herod
like, attack the babies. In commenting upon
the notion of the Southern women during the
late war, it asks the following questions:
Was it for this God made woman? How oan
any land, how can any people, ever hope to proe
?er or to receivo from the Almighty blessings
ally prayed for, when His last and beat great gift
to man ia perverted from its holy ofiico of peace
maker and comforter, to be a creator of strife and
begetter of endiosa woe?
H the editor, who, we need scarcely say, is
Mr. " Dead Duck Forney," really wants an
answer, we refer him to the gentle and lamb
like Anna Dickinson, Mrs. Swishelm, or
any of our philanthropic and disinterested
WANTED, A COMPETENT BAKER, TO
go loto the country and take charge of an estab
lishment about to bo oponed. Addreis A. Q. H., Post
office. 3* July 13
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS BOOK
KEEPER AND SALESMAN, who is accustomed
to the Clothing Business, and ?ho can give a first
class reference. Only such need apply, at No. 233 King
street. 1* July 12
ANTED TO RENT, A SMALL, NEATLY
FURNISHED COTTAGE, in good repair, ten
minutes walk from Havne-street. Apply to tho Editor
of this paper. ?Inly 11
ANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
situation aa Chambermaid, can also attend to chil
dren and do housework, and is willing to snake herselt
senerally useful. Apply at No. 36, SHOP, corner BEE
AND ASHLEY STREETS._JnlyO
WANTED, BV ATOUP?O MAN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesale or Betall Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has some knowledgo of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
lDg been In that business on his own account. He will
study the Interest of his employer, and Is willing to
make bimse If generally naefnl. Salary no objeot, ?_
of refer??ces furnished. Address "V "? >"- ' ?. *_w
Postofflce, or apply at this offloe, ' 5*lr?n8l1 ?^e
CATTLE FOR SALE, AT HUNT'S WAGON
Y ARD ?I will sell a lot of MILCH COWB. or will
exchange for Beef Cattle._3? _July 13
FOR SALE. A FINE MILCH COW LATE
LY Calved; glvos twelve quarla milk per day; sold
low if applied for soon at
T. E. DALWIOK'S FORN?TORE 8T0BE,
Jn'y 10_tntheS_No. 671 King street
FOR BALE-PARTIES WISHING TO
embark in a pleasant and profitable business can
find a rare chance to do so by applying to the sub
4800 HEAD OP IMPROVED TEXA8 OATTLE
300 head of Hogs, 30 Saddle Horses, Saddles, A-c, Ac,
Farm Wagon, Harness and Horses; a substantial Ranch
House, furnished, and all appliances connected with a
well kept stock. Ranch, Corals, Pens and enclosures in
perfept order. The stock is on the Rio Fiio River, sixty
miles west ol San Antouio, Bexar County, State of
Texas. For farther particulars, apply to
At the store of B. Foloy, Esq., hast IV ?
Jo-y n_ sy.'
DESIRABLE PROPERTY AT PF iVATir
SALE.?THAT TWO-STORY SB(K__rV A_n
DWELLING, northeast corner Spring \na a. phii'o
streots. Lot ?6 feet front, 8* In der lh*Da * rmuP
The Vacant Lot adjol-.ing on St. P;nf_p-8tl60? 78 feet
*ho0 ?om!^riable Three-st?rVy WOODEN DWJ?LLING,
??? ? _r.arena street, son _ aide.
The Three-story WOODEN DWELLING, No, 60 Tradd
street, between M eating and King streets, south aide.
The above for &_? at low prices. Apply to
Z. a OAK?3,
July 10 3 No. 4 Broad street.
TAR AND TURPENTINE WORKS FOR
SALE.?Two Kilns, one 16 bbL Still, 8 Copper
Condensers, 1 Force Pump, and all machinery necoaaary
for the manufacture of Tar and Turpentine. The ma
chinery is nearly new. For terms, Aa, address R. E.
GRAVES h CO., Beaufort, & 0. 13 July 7
LOBT, STOLEN, &a.
I OST, A M_V*?.R-MOUNTED M E E R
J HOHAUM PIPE: supposed to have been left in the
rotr coach ol the Northeastern Railroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
the offloo of the Charleston HoteL June 36
MULE STOLEN.??? DOLLARS RE
WARD.?Stolon from my stable, at Danner's
Cross Roads, Ht James' Oooua Creek Parish on Tues
day night, June 36th, a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
aboct 13 years old, in good condition. Said Mule la
about 13 hands blgb, and has white hair about the head
indtcaUng ago. The Mule was seen in the posst-sslon of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
night of tho robbery, going in the direction of the Dor
chester road, with a new bridle on, wbioh was taken
with tho Mulo. A reward of $36 will bo paid for infor
mation leuUnrf to the reoovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given (or evldenoe aufflolent to
convict the thief. Address the nndarslgned, at Dan
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Oonrler Uffloe. Charleston,
B. O. WILLIAM L. DAGUKTT.
ROYAL HA VA ?A LOTTERY OS CUBA.
CONDUCTED BY TUB SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
$860,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY BBVKNT?D
IMs es cashed and Information furnished.
The highest ?rate? paid tor Doubloons and all kind
Gold W8llT-.r. TAXf/OR * 00.. Barkers,
feumfiryt? Orno Mo? 1? _HUM?, New ioUrj
BOCIKTIH KRAN ?JA 18IC.
r RASSEMBLEE 'MENSUELLE DE LA 800IETIE
___? mura Uuu ce soir s. S honres preo!"? ?ho? Mona.
J. H. Jungblut-b, au coin do Mooting and Wont worth.
L. F. L-ULEUX,
July 13 1 Sot-rotary,
TIIK MUTUAL. Alt? AS8UCIATION OFTHK
SURVIVING MEMBERS OF THE 1ST REQ'T 8. C.
A MEETING OF THIS A8t001ATION WILL BE
hold 77iij Evening, at 8 o'olock, at the Ball o? tin.?
Hopo Flro Eu-jluo Company.
By ordor of Col. Ehwaiiii MoOuadt, Presldont.
July 12 1*? A. J. SAMSON, Bcorotary.
HOIIEllT E?IMKXT CIRCLK V. II.
ATTEND A MEETING OF YOUR OIROLE THIS
EVENING, at 7,'i o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
By ordor. 8INNOTT,
July 12 ! Bccrotary.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO. 5, A. F*. AI.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
/_. will bo hold at Mtmonlo Hall, This (Tbureday)
Evening, l-tli Inst., at Eight o'clock Candidates for the
E. A. Decree will bo punctual.
By ordor of W. M. 8. WEDB.
_TO RENT, &o._
mo RENT, COOL. AND DELIGHTFUL.
J. SUMMER APARTMENTS, unfurnished, and
without Board, in the Elliott Mansion, on Goorge-etreet,
between Meeting and Anson streets.
July 10 tnthstu??
FOR RENT, ART ADMIRABLY FITTED
UP BAR and RESTAURANT ESTABLH-HMENT
in one of the very best lacallt'es in the city. The place
is an old established and popular resort. Apply at this
oill co. July 11
TIME MERCANTILE COPARTNERSHIP. UNDER
the name and atyle of B. 8. RHETT _ BON,M lhla
|ty, was, by the death of t'-o former, dissolved on tho
Ud of July, 1806. tuthsS July 10
THE SURVIVOR, WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
on bis own account, under tho same namo and stylo
as heretofore, and rcspcctlully solicits n continuance of
its former patronage. B. S. RHETT, Jr.
July 10 ,_*_tuthsS
THE OOPARTNEhSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
in lliia city, under the firm of DbCOTTES k 8ALA8,
was d 1bsolved on 2d April lost, by written agreement.
Either partner, or thoir nttoruoy, wlU sign in liquidation
OBly. A. O. DeCOTTES.
F. P. SALA8.
Charlcatoo, July 3, 18CG.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS under the name and style of SALAS Ax CO.
F. P. SALA8,
Per Attorney, R. salas.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING!
under the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
has this day dissolved, according to articles of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLE8 AUSTIN.
CHARLES H. ALBEE.
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUBINE88, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR
BEN. The business will hereafter be conducted in the
name of ALBEE k WAHREN, No. 42 MARKET
8TBEBT. OHARLE8 H. ALBEE.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
RAIL ROA U BONDS
PURCHASED BY Z. B. OAEE8,
July 12_3_No. 4 Broad-sti-oot,
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 7 TO
10 o'clock. Morning and Evening, at White Point
Garden Bathing House.
July 12_P. KLLBOY, Proprietor.
NOTICE TO CAPITALISTS.
ANEW FIRM IN THIS CITY DESIRES TO BORROW
a FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS Immediately, for
the purpose of treating a Manufacturing Concern?one
of the most profitable manufacturing businesses in the
country; for which amount tho highest premium will
be paid. Tbe proposed concern will be under full busi
ness operation iu two months, and the parlies under
stand tho business thoroughly. If preferred, an inter
est will be given, as well aa the purchase of the raw ma
terial, and tbe sale of the manufactured artlclo, on fair
terms of commission. AddresB, with real name,
July 11_3*?_J. J. M. k CO.
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IH THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Presaos, Printing Presses; mokes and re
pairs Hoisting Machines for Stores; makee all kinds of
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORJj.; also *?*___.
wrrlght Work in general. ___H;b McLEISH,
Mff/2 tiitl'?.^,.,* No. * Piiroharlantt street.
HAS JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE GREY CLOTH, manufactured expresslyfor civil,
lan'a summer and early fall wear in the South. WlU.
be sold in Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
8000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B. These shales will always be found in my atore.
HRNRY TRBNOHABD, formerly 01 th manufacturer
for the Confederate States Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
change street, Charleston, 8. O.
jtjgr* W?1 barter for WooL_lmo Jane 28
rpHE PUBLIC __ _* RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
JL ihat these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by the same Person who made them for over twenty
years for J?_jes Moorhoad. He having tho original re
oeipt, of?_ confidently recommend them equal to any
mad-*- during Moot head's life time.
Sold In quantities to suit purchasers at No. 99 OAL
HOUN-BTRRET, south side, betwoen Meeting and An.
son streets. JAMBS MoKEAN.
1 AA OASES OF SHOES, COMPRISING SUMMER
1 \J\J STYLES, for Ladles, Gents and Children, are
offoredAT RETAIL, for two montes, at No. 137 MEET
ING-STRtiET, U? 8TAIRS, nearly opposite to Hayne
strect. AU purohtaera will certainly save fifty cents on
each pair of Shoes, together with havlog a prime article
for wear. ' JOHN OOMMIN8,
No. 137 Meetiuff-street, Up Stairs,
July 8_tnths9_Signo) tho Big Shoe.
NO EXTORTION ! NO IMPOSITION
STAY NOT LIMITED I
CONCAVE AND CON VEX
TO SUIT ALL AGES AND SIGHTS
THE SUBS0RIRER8 HAVE JUST REO El VED A
LAROE SUPPLY OF TBE ABOVE, and wiU guar
antee a? satisfactory an adaptation to each and every
case presented, asean be had In any other obuoIIkIi
ment in the South.
JiarSATIBFACTION GUARANTEED, or NO CHARGE
ALLAN & SIDD0NS,
I Wo. 307 KING-STRKKT,
SIGN OF THE GOLD SPECTACLES.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once more for tha manufacture oi
tbe beat COTTON GINS ever made In this oountry. ?re
now prepared to receive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
Th** loug established and well known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S OUT TUN GINS, will, we hope, be a auffi
ele? t guarantee that the arttale willglvo ?atlro eatlaiao
Oon. 3. M. ELLIOTT ?k CO.,
May 14 Wlxuiaboco, 8. a
IN THE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
public generally, that in order
to meet their wants in the way
of SUMMER CLOTHING, and to
close out his present Stock,
he has MARKED DOWN HIS
PRICES, which will accomplish
the desired object, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
FEOCKS AND SACKS.
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS.f38 *32
FINE BLAOK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS. 35 30
FINE BLAOK CLOTH FULL DRESS
8AOK8. 20 18
FINE BLAOK CLOTH HALF LINED
BACKS. U 11
FINE FRENCH BILK MIXED BILK
LINED SACKS. 33 2t>.
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH CABS. F?LL LINED
BACKS. 26 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW C A SB.
8KELETON8AOK. 24 20
HARRIS GREY OA88. SKELETON
8A0K. 21 18
OHIVROIT CABS. SKELETON SACK.. 20 15
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON SAO K. 22 16
DABK GRKY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED CABS. SACK. U l?
COLORED ALPACA 8AOK_>. 6 f>.
WHITE LINEN DUCK SACKS..?11. $7, $6, $10, 6,6 "
COLORED ALPACA SAOK8. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWEED SAOK... C 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. G B.
BROWN LINEN DUOK HACK. 6 ?V
BROWN LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 6
BLAOK 8ILK ALPACA SACK. 8.60 7.6C '
BLACK BILK ALPACA HACK.,,. 7 ?3
BLAOK ALPACA SACK. . 6 4
P _A_ NT S.
Former Presen t
BLACK FRENCH DOE OAS9. PANTB.. f 16 18
BLACK FRENCH DOE OASS. PANTS.. 18 11
BLACK FRENCH DOE OA88. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED OASS. PANTS. .16 13
FRENCH SILK MIX ED OA88. PANTS.. 16 12
FRENCH 8D_I MIXED OA88. PANTS.. 18 10.
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS.?tiii. 18 10'
LIGHT COLORED FRENOH CABS.
PANTS. 14 11
OHIVROIT OASB. PANTS. 19 1?
8TRIOTLY ENGLI8H OA88. PANTS... 16 12:
LIGHT COLORED CABS. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED OASS. PANTS.,,? 0 8
LUPINE HAIB-LINED CABS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENOH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 18 10
FRENOH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLAOK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.60
OOLORED OASS. PANTS. 6.60 4.S0
COLORED CABS. PANTS. 8 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.6*
BLAOK CLOTH VESTS (SILK BACK).. 11 9.60
BLAOKBATIN VESTS. 7 6.60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED BILK VESTS. 7 5.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 19 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OA88.
VESTS. 8 6
SILK MIXED FRENOH 8?38. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S CLOTH VESTS. 6.60 4.60
HAIR-LINED OA83- VEfliS. 6.60 4.60
BHOWN LINEN DUCK VfcSTS. 3.60 3
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 360 3
WHITE MARSEILLES VE9TC. $7 and 0 ?6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS MADE
Together with a Largo Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c,
Which will bo sold at corresponding Low Prioes.
03- The Pi-loo is plainly marked on eaoh artlole.
Capt. B. W. MoTureous.
A8 U80AL, Will? TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN.
accommodai?g hi* fr)ends, and the pabilo in general,
AT THIS PLA0E, who are respectfully Invited to call.
WM. MA1THIH, AGENT,
No. 219 King-street,
0HABLB8TON, e. o