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CHARLESTON DULY NEWS,
Q. R. OATHOART, Editor.
CATIICART, McMXLLAN & MORTON,
"No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
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XO NEWS DEALERS.3 crntj?
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
J_rTIIK LI8T OP __H3_*TI_5__S x*e
maining in. the JPostofrloo at tlio end
of euol_ weelc is -p-abllBhetS ofHoially
in THK DAILY NB3WS every _T_*i
The Commission appointed to ascertain tho
damage done in the late raids of tho FonianB, re
port that in the east it will amonnt to from $15,000
to $25,000, in the woBt from $8,000 to $10,00?.
A New Haven company has commenced manu- |
factoring comprossed stonofor building purposes.
It in made of sand, pulverized quartz, and silicate
o? soda, and hardens from tho consistency of put
ty, in twenty-four hours, to the solidity of stone.
Tho North Carolina Supromo Court has decided
that tho following note is only worth tho valao of
the bank notes in gold at its date : "$71. Six
months after date we or either of us promise to
pay James Lackey, administrator of Wm. What,
deceased, $71 in current bank money, for value
roceived of him, March 3d, 1865."
President Johnson has completed an able mes
sage, giving his reasons for vetoing the Freed
men's Bureau Bill. The whole document is admi
rable in its conservativo tone and logical reason
ing, but it will, in all probability, not-be present
ed until tho last of the ten days allowed the Pres
ident under the Constitution for the consideration
of the bill.
Canadians seem to believo that tho scheme for a
Federal Union of all the British North Amerioan
Provinces ie near its accomplishment. As neither
Nova Scotia nor Now Brunswick have expressed
themselves definitely upon the subject, the whole
question is left to the delegates who are shortly
to leave for England, acting in concert with the
A rare conversion was witnessed in one of the
Jewish synagognos in Memphis last wook, accord
ing to the journals of that city. Mrs. Lewis, a
Christian lady, who had married a Hebrew, open
ly embraced the Hebrew faith in ohurch. This
was probably th?., first occurrence of tho kind
which ever took place in tho Statt?. The lady was
remarried afterward according to the Jewish rite.
A casket of diamonds and other valuable jewels
were found near Nashville on tho 27th of June.
Their valne is estimated at oighty thousand dol
lars. Samuel J.'R?ng?ld wae the finder. There
were no marks found which could indicate who
the jewels belonged to. They had evidently been
lying for several' years just under the surface of
Benjamin F. Butler has been summoned by
the surrogate of New York to give an account of |
his stewardship of his brother's estate. A claim
for $75,000 worth of cotton, seized by the brothor,
is made against the estate by a New Orleans firm.
Tho General has asked and obtained an extension
of the time to the 23d of tho month to appear and
show his accounts.
A Springfield (HI.) lawyer is preparing a case
for the United States Supremo Court, whioh at
taoks the constitutionality of the Income Tax.
The contestant reports upwards of $52,000 income
the past year, but, under tlitt protest, he declinen
to pay the tax, and will, when the usual compul
sory action is invoked, ask injunction from Jud*,o
Davis to restrain the Government officials from
The Tallahassee Floridian, of the 5th, saya:
-'The corn crop in this portion of Florida has
boon suffering greatly of late for want of rain.
When it is remembered that mach less than the
usual crop was planted, that what was planted
has been poorly cultivated, and having, in its ear
ly growth, been groatly damaged by excessive
rains, it is now suffering no leas from drought?
it will be apparent that the prospect for a Florida
oorn crop is eminently discouraging."
A few nights since, Mr. Fremont Hadlf.y, who
resides in Washington, placed a pillow in the
window of his room, in the second story, and soon
went to sleep with his head in the window. About
12 o'clock he awoke and fonnd himself on the
pavement; but how he got there, or how long ho
had been there, was more than he could toll. The
next morning he complained of beiog sore, but
thought he would be all right in a few days.
J. ?noAB. Thompson, Col. L. A. Scott, and other
leading railroad engineers whose roade centre at
or pass through St. Louis, have endorsed a plan
for tunnelling the Mississippi River at St. Louis,
instead of bridging at that point. Consent is
asked of Congress to construct the work, which,
it is estimated, ean.be completed in three years,
at a cost not to exceed throe million dollars. If |
consent is given, the work will be proceeded with
The New York Times says: "Mona. Atjouste
Bdiblay, a gymnast, went up in a balloon from
Elm Park, and performed some very difficult feats
upon ? trapeze pendant therefrom. When six or
seven thousand feet in the air ho waB overtaken
by a rain storm, the balloon became wet and
heavy, and began to descend. When over tho
Hudson River, and sixty feot in the air, the bal
loonist sprang from his air ship into the river,
foariug to get entangled if both oame down to
gether. He swam for the Now York shore, and'
was finally picked up, when nearly exhausted) by
a small boat whioh had put out for his relief. He
will repeat the experiment on Saturday noxt.
Thomas Buchanan Bead, the poet, is in trouble.
Mr. Handy concluded last weok not to havo an
art gallery in hit* new opera bouse, as he had be
come tired of tbe squabbles among tho artists.
Mr. Bead thereupon wrote some rose-oolored let
ters, letting the art failure down in gorgeons tints,
and to one of the letters he signed Mr. Handy's
name. The latter, on finding the letter in print,
published a oard repudiating it, and declaring it
_ forgery. Bead rejoins thai it contained the gist
of a conversation he had had with Mr. Handy,
and that In writing the letter and signing Mr.
Handy'? name, he had taken only a poetlo lioense.
03- AU communications intended for yvJ?uiatUrn tu
this journal must be addressed to the Bailor of
the Daily News, No. 18 _dyiv}-??ree?', Charleston,
B. C. Business Ctommuntoaiion? to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the oily must be acoompw.
nied with the cash._
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FRIDAY MORNING, ?TULY 13. 18C6.
PARTIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
It is well occasionally, in tho rapid ourront
of ovonte, to pauso and take a retrospect ; to
examine into first principles. Not unfro
quontly accident gives a particular meaning
to a word or namo, whioh originally was de
signed to don?te something quite different.
We have numerous instances of this in the
terminology of common life. Almost tho
entire range of metaphorical termB oomoB
under this category. But we have more
special reference to the political nomencla
ture of the country.
Different parties there muBt always bo, under
any government that permits even the least
ezprosaion of popular opinion. Where there
is full, unrestricted liberty of speech and
freedom of the pross, we naturally look for a
groat diversity of opinion. Disappointed or
dcBponding politicians stir up faotions. Por
siBtent agitation on the stump and the fucilo
influence of a venial press Boon dignify the
handful of malcontents with the name of
party. And thus wo have party after party,
?the lines of demarkation, the principios
and programme?the planks in the platform
ever ehasging; as time rolls on and with his
relentless scythe mows down parties as he
does the individuals who compose them.
Whatever number of parties thoro may be
in a country at any one time, or whatever
their accidental name,?there is everywhere
a normal standard of two, the conservative
and the progressive. All othere are the orea
turcs of the hour, and must aoo.ner or later
give way to the aforenamed oardinal divis
ions. This must.be tbe case, as long as
human nature shh.ll remain constituted, as it
presents itself to us. The old fogy, in one
form or another, (more or less old fogy), has
been a prominent figure in history and poli*
ticB, as far back ns dates the human reoord.
We have no doubt thoro was a Conservative
party in Sodom, and also " Young Sodom,"
urging reforms, demanding an enlargement
of the franchise, oto. This might be substan
tiated if tho archivos had not perished on a
certain memorable, aspbaltio occasion.
The Constitution of the United States was
adopted only after long discussion, and under
protest by many of its adherents. These two
parties had their existence then and a few
years afterward we find them engaged in hot
and angry 'strife; Washington, Hamilton
and Adam s the protagonists in the Federal
ranks, Jefferson, Burr, Madison and
others representing the new Republican party.
They called themselves Republicans, insin
uating that their opponents were monarohioal
in their tendenoies.
Later we find these two party names give
way to those of Democrats and Whigs. These
were the two watchwords for many cam
paigns of political strife, until gradually the
platform of the Whig party fell entirely
short of the wants of the times, that it was
thrown overboard bodily,? the late General
Scott being the chief mourner. The defeat
in the Presidential election of 1852 gave a
quietus to the effete organization. This oatas
trophe was doubtless hastened by a mesal
liance with the then notorious Know Nothings.
Simultaneous with the deoline and fall of
Whigdom, and as it wore complementary to
it, Was tho rise and growth of the Repub
lican party in the North. In contradistinc
tion to the early Republicana in tbe days of
Jefferson, these were called Black Repub
licans, from an idea that they specially af
fected that oolor. This party may be said to
have had a nucleus for many years in the
several Abolition and Emancipation Sooieties
of .New England; but only began to be of po
litical importance in 1856. As is well known,
there was but one test to membership in this
party, viz: opposition to slavery 5 or rather,
as the phrase of that day had it, to the ex
tension of slavery. Orthodoxy on this point
covered a multitudo of heresies and short
comings in other dootrinal tenets. This was
the first geographical or sectional party or
ganized in the Uuited States; of what benefit
to the country we shoJT not now stop to con
The keystone of the Republican party was
slavery ; this removed the arch must tumble.
Accordingly we perceive numerous symptoms
of its approaching dissolution. Organized es
pecially to oppose slavery, now that its object
has been gained, there remains no further
legitimate business for them. A majority of
them have been looking about for something
in which to intermoddle, and their efforts have
been crowned with suooess. There is now
nothing safe. The Radioal finger is found in
every pie._ A most thorough disregard of the
Constitution, and o? the rights of their follow
oitizens, characterizes the legislation of this
faotion. Selfishness and the advancement of
tboir private interests has been the sole
canon of their conduct.
Such aro the Radioals. But we must not
oommit the error of oonfounding them with
tbe Republicans at large. There are many
good men still in that party who do aot sym
pathise with tho extremists. They are
styled Conservative Republicans. They sup
port the President; and we believe are earn
eatly dorirous to see tho full and poooeablo
restoration of the South. The Radioals hato
tboso with all the malignanoy of their nature,
and call them renogadOB, mieoroants and
othoi suoh lovely opithots. But theso gout lo
men may proporly rotort, that they havo ro
miiinod true to the principles of tho party,
whilo the Radicals havo long Binco kiokod
tho entiro Chicago platform from undor them.
What thoy now stand on wo know not.
The timo has como for making an ond of
geographical parties. Tho war has boon
kopt up long onougb. Lot all hands unito to
rout tho common enemy. Lot Domoorats and
Republicans join hands at Philadelphia; let
the South meet tho North, and tho East and
West combino and mako a hearty effort, and
tho pestilent breed of the Radioals will bo
routed. Alroady they howl and gnash their
teeth in dread anticipation of tho struggle.
Thoy assail the proposed Convention with
every conceivable woapon, ridiculo, malioo,
spite, irony, satire, low a_d filthy abuse. No
stone is left unturned to sow discord betwoon
Democrats and Republicans, Southern rebels
and Northern loyalists. Proof positive that
thoy dread the gathering of theso political
dry bones, lost they should bo brought to life
and kick their precious solves out of office.
Wo expeot muoh from this Convention, ee
pooially since we havoseon in what a terrible
state of trepidation the whole Radical tribe
has beon thrown by the projoct. Wo trust
not only that these Destructives will have
their fangs drawn, and be rendorod innocuous
for tho remainder of their lives, but moreover
hope that this Convention will organize a
pf-rty that shall embrace within its bosom
citizens from every part of the Union, and
adopt a platform that will give us some
guarantees of peace and harmony between the
several sections, and of perfect equality for
the South with the other States of the Union.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
Bitnation as CHAMBERMAID, and ia wilUng to
make hersolf generally useful; has no objection to go
ont o? tho city. Beit of references furnished. Apply
at No. 10 BEE- STREET._2_July 13
WANTED, A COMPETENT BAKER, TO
go Into the country and take chargo of an estab
lishment abont tobe opened. Address A. G*. H? Post
WANTED TO RENT, A 81*1 ALL, NE 1TLY
FURNISHED COTTAGE, in good repair, ten
minuten walk from Hay ue-Btroet. Apply to the Editor
of this paper. July 11
WANTED, BY A WH1TK WOMAN, A
situation aa Chambermaid, can otao attend to chil
dren and do housework, and is willing to make herself
generally _____ Apply at No.-6, SHOP, corner BEE
AND ASHLEY STREETS. July 6
WANTED, BY A YOUNG 1*1 VN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesale or Retail Dry Qooda or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of the Dry Ooods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been in that business on hie own account. He will
study the interest of his employer, and Is willing to
make hlmsolf generally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofflco, or apply at this office. June 11
TO EBNT, &o.
TO RENT-BY OABHIBL OeWITT-A
comfortable two and a ' ?Jf story DWELLING In
Sumraervlllo, on a Lease of a._ or twelve months. Ap
ply to above, at northwest corner of King and Spring
streets. July 13
FUR RENT, AN ADMIRABLY KITTED
UP BAB and RESTAURANT ESTABLISHMENT
in one of the very best laoallties In tho city. The place
is an old established and popular resort. Apply at this
office. July 11
FOR RENT LOW, TO AN APPROVED
tenant, that large and commodious HOUSE corner
of East Bay and Inspection streets, contal ning 8 square
rooms, pintry, dressing rooms, and basements; Lot
extends to Washington street, with House that may be
rented. PINOKNEY BROS., .
June 36 tuf North Atlantlo Wharves.
TO KENT, A TWO STORY AND A HALF
BRIOK DWELLING, situated No. 313 Society
street, containing six square and two attio rooms, store
room, kitchen, [servants' rooms, stable**, cistern, wells,
?to. Apply next door oast, No. 83 SOCIETY-STREET.
JulyO _ m wfm
DESIRABLE WHOLESALE STORES IN
MEETING-STREET.?To rent, those spacious
and most desirable STORES Nos. 163 and ISS Meeting
street; also, 3d and 3d stories of No. 167, opposite the
Oharleston Hotel, snd now undergoing extensive Im
provement?. Possaislon can be had at an early day.
For particulars, apply to GEO. B. GAMERON, or
A. 8. JOHNSTON,
July 0 mwfS Jtf arket-street
CATTLE POR HALE, AT HUNT'S WAGON
YARD.?I will sell a lot of MILCH COWS, or will
exchange for Beef Cattle. 2? Jnly 13
FOR SALS-PARTIES WISHING TO
embark In a pleasant and profitable business can
find a rare chance to do so by applying to the sub
4600 HEAD OF IMPROVED TEXA8 CATTLE
800 head of Hogs, 30 Saddle Horses, Saddloe, Ac, A*a,
Farm Wagon, Harness and Horces; a substantial R-tnoh
House, furnished, and all appllaooes conneoted with a
well kept stock. Ranch, Corals, Pens and endosares in
perfect order. . The stock is on the Rio Frio River, sixty
miles west oi? San Antonio, Bexor County, State of
Texas. For further particulars, apply to
At the store of B. Foley, Esq., ?.ant Bay.
July 11 6*
TAR AND TURPENTINE WORKS POR
SALE.?Two Ellns. one 16 bbl. mill, 3 Copper
Condensers, 1 Force Pomp, and all machinery necessary
for the manufacture of Tar and Turpentine. The ma
chinery is nearly new. For terms, &_., address B. E.
GRAVES k CO., Beaufort, S. O. 13 - July 7
THE OOPARTNEhSHlP HERETOFORE EXISTING
in this city, nnder the firm of DsCOTlES & SALAS,
was dissolved on 2d April last, by written agreement.
Either partner, or their attorney, will sign In liquidation
only. A. O. DkOOTTE*?.
F. P. BALAS.
Charleston, July 8, 18<30. -
THE UNDERSIGNKD WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS nnder the name and style of SALAS k CO.
F. P. SALAS, ?
Per Attorney, B. SALAS.
July 9 10
COPAKTNEi. SHIH NOTIC?J.
THE 00PABTNBR8HIP .HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and style of AUSTIN A ALBEB
has this day dissolved, scoordlngto attlolns of agree
ment. (Signed.) EaRLKH AUSTIN.
ORARLES H. ALBBE.
TUR UNDKIISIO** ED
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN TUE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUhlNKrtS, Mr GEORGE W. WAR
BEN. The business will ho'oaftcr be conducted In the
name of ALBEE k WARREN. No. 42 MARKET
bTREBT. CHARLES II. ALlfEE.
COLLECTION OP ACCOUNTS AND HOUSE
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING DETERMINED TO
devote his time to the collection of account** and
house rente, respt-otfnlly solicits the patronage of his
frleutia and th<* paullo and promlit-s strlot attention to
tho IntereiU of those wiio may entrust their business
to his ears.
Any Communications for him left at the muslo store
ef Messrs. ZOGBAUM, YOUNG k 0O? corner Klng
and Berreaford streets, or at his real 'enco. No 06 Corn
il) g-stroet, will meet with prompt ?ttenUon.
July ? wlm6 3. CLAUDIUS MILLER.
QTATE OF GEORGIA ???PON8
lO Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons
Montgomery and Wost Point Ballroad Uoupons
Groonvlllo and Columbia Railroad Coupons
Purchased by CONNER k WILSON,
JulylS 2 No. 6 Broad-utrcot.
BANK NOTES AND COUPONS
WAN TED ?N0TE8 OF HANK OF THE STATE OF
SOOTH CAROLINA ia.uod prior to 1801.
Also want od,
COUPONS 8TATE OF GEORGIA
CITY OF SAVANNAH, G A
MEMPHIS k CHARLESTON R. R.
Apply to JOHNSON k DLACK. Brokers,
July 13 1 No 20 Droad Btrcot.
*? /-\ 8HARE8 HOME LOAN AND BUILDING A8
L\J SOOIATION STOCK.
Apply at this oiUoo. July 13
?ROHA8ED BY Z. B. OAK ES.
July 12 3 No. 4 Broad-stroot.
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THI8 DAY FROM 7 TO
10 o'clock. Morning and Evoning, at White Point
Oarden Bathing House.
July 13_P. KILROY, Proprlotor.
NOTICE TO CAPITALISTS^
ANEW FIRM IN THI8 0ITY DESIRES TO BORROW
a FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS Immediately, for
tho purpose of erecting a Manufacturing Concern?ono
of tho most profltablo manufacturing businesses in the
country; for which amount the highest premium will
be paid. Tho proposed concern will ho under full busi
ness operation In two months, and the parties under*
Rtand the business thoroughly. If preferred, an Inter
est will bo given, as well as the purchase of the raw ma?.
terial, and tbo sale of the manufacturai article, on fair
terms of commission. Address, with roal namo,
July 11_fP>_J. J. M. h 00.
HA8JD8rRE0ElVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE OBEY CLOTH, iniuiufacturcd exproeelyfor civil
ian's Bummer and early fall wear In the South. Will
bo sold in Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy OREYS for winter.
N. B. ThoBo ?Im les will always bo found in my sto.o.
HLNUY TRENOHABD, formerly Cl th manufacturer
for tbo Cou federate- States Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
change street, Charleston, 8. O.
03- Will barter for Wool. lmo Juno 28
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by tho same person who made them for over twonty
years for James Moorhead. He having tho original re
ceipt, can confidently rocommeDd them equal to any
made during Moot head's llfo time.
Sold in quantities to suit purchasers at No. 99 CAL
HOUN-8THERT, south Bide, between MeeUng and An
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
July 11 _ lmo
THE UNDBR8IGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements onco more for the manufacture of
the beat COTTON GINS ever made In this country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Plantera and
others wishing to purchase.
The long es tab?? hod and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTTS COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a Buffl
oient guarantee that tho article will give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT h CO.,
May 14_Wlnnaboro. 3. O.
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa
DBS. BAOUL h LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THE
above steamers a large and select supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES. Also, CONORE8S,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATERS, and a full asaort
ment of PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINES.
DR. M. GREENLAND
HAVING TAKEN THE DRUG 8TORE, NO. 45 OAL
HOUN STREET, corner of Middle, and having
procured a fresh supply of DRUGS, mKDIOINE, PEB
ITUllEB? and DYE STUFFS, respectfully offers the
B?mo to his friends and the community, and hopes by
Btrlct attention to meet their patronage.
Phyniclane prescriptions promptly and carefully com
pounded. mwflQ July 0
MEKCHANTS AND OTHERS, J
WILL ATTEND TO BALANCING BOOKS, AD
JUSTING /OCOUNTH, making out Custom
House Entries, Bills, ho,
WRITING OF ALL KINDS done with neatness and
Office a CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS.
N. W. corner Church end Broad-streets.
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others.
PELOT ?3c SIIEBPE8BE,
Adjusters of Books and Account a,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING UP,
Adjusting and Balancing Book?. Will also en
gage to conduct books, make out accounts, he., by the
month or year, on reasonable terms.
Bookkeepers assisted at their places of business.
Office at their Commercial School Boom,
Corner of Wentworth and King streets.
June 27 _lmo
8. J. TOWNS?MD..?T. H. HUDSON.
T0WNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLIOITOBS 11ST BATTIT'--,
nicrvrvKTTSViLi.i?;, s. O. *
WILL ATTEND TO BU8INE88 IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon._ 8mob_July 6
W. Y. LEITCH,
No. 85 BROAD-STRBBT.
?-REAL ESTATE, 8TO0K8, BONDS AND OTHEB
8E0UBIT1E8. SOLD._12_Jnlv 2
WILBUR & SON,
BENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFIOB AND HALES BOOMS,
Nos. 18 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and
OIXABIiBSTOISr, S- 0_
April 3 mwi lyr
_LOBT, STOLEN, &o>
IUST. A ?IliV R-UUUNTBO M K K 11
J BOHAUH PIPE: supposed to bave been left in the
re?r ooaoh ol the Northeastern Ballroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
tho offloe of the Charleston Hotel. June 26
MVLB 8TOL.KtV.-aV JDO-LaAllH HK
WABD.?-Stolen from my atable, at Danner's
Cross Boads. Ht Jamas' Goose Creel? Parish on Tues
day night, June 28th, a LIGHT BAY UOR9E MULE,
abort 12 years old, In good condition. Said Mulo is
about 13 hands high, and baa white hair about the head
Indicating age. Tho Mule was seen In the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on tbo
night of the robbery, going in the direction of the Dor
chester road, with a new bridle on, wbloh was taken
with the Mule. A reward of $25 will be paid for Infor
mation leidlnif to the recovery of tho Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be gtvea for evidence suflkrient to
oonvlot the thi?-f. Address the anderslgned, at Dan
nor's Crow Roads, or at the Courier Offloe. Charleston,
B. O. WILLIAM L. DAO?KTT.
COLLEGE OF CIURLESTO,
THIS EVENING (Friday), fULY 1377/.
THE FOLLOWING IS THE PROGRAMME FOR THR
HIGHLY MAONIFIED VIEWS OF 8PE0IMLSH OF
NATURAL HISTORY, BY MEANS OF TDK
COMMON MOSQUITO H FEET LONG.
FLEA, C FEET LONG, ATTACKING A MAN.
FLEA OF THE MOLE MALE AND FEMALE.
BKD BOO 0 FEET LONG. STING (?F REE.
FOOT OF 8PIDER. HEAD AND STING OF GNAT
PBOBOSOI-j OF COMMON FLY. KYK OF FLY
LEAF INSECT. PARASITE OF BIRD.
EYE OF BEETLE.
VIEW OF OSBORNE HOUSE, I8LB OF W1QHT
RUIN8 OF THE ACNOPOLIH, ATHENS.
TOMBS OF THE MAMKLUCKH, CAIRO.
TEMPLE OF JOPITER.
PANORAMA OK HEIDELBDRG. ANCIENT PALAOE.
VUE DE LA RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS.
BATTLE OF CAMDEN, SOU ill CAROLINA.
ERUPTION OF MOUNT VESUVIUS.
Tickets, at the Door. 60 centt* each.
TOMER B01BTSAND II ITS.
Mrs. S. J. CROTCHETT'S,
No. 263 King-st..
A PEW OF THE LATE8T STYLES
GIPSEY QUEENS, &c, &c,
The Ladies are invited to call and e-camine.
July 13 3
__ 3HCISrC Y
BATH PAPER MILLS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF VARIOUS 8IZE8 AND
MANILLA AND RAG
Will be kept constantly on band, and for sale at
COTTON SAMPLING PAPER,
OF BLUE COLOR, VERY STRONG AND LARGE,*
prepared expressly for Cotton Sampling.
OF ALL SIZES AND KIND8.
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Corner of Meeting and Market streets.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOB SALE BY
WILLIAM ?. WIIILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STREET.
CUE LEATHER AND WAS
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, CUES, &C
WILLIAM G. WHILOM & CO,,
Jnne 10 fmw-moa No. 258 KINO-STREBT.
PLATED AND SILVER 8POONP
FORH8, CA8TOR8. TEA TRAYS
DI8H COVERS, TABLE MATS '
TABLH O?TI_*RY and
For sale by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM G. WHILOM & CO.,
Jnne 15 fmw-mos No. 255 KING-BTRRET.
SPECTACLES AND E?E-GLASSES
PERBOSOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SD1T ANY
WILLIAM r. WHILOM & CO.,
Jone 16 finw2moB No. 355 KING-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM 49. WHILOM & CO.,
No, 355 KING-STREET.
WATCH M AND JICWKMIY REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
c. j. ?IiagiMl,
NO. 87 LINE STREBT.
BE1WEKN XING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD.
INU M ?.TRRIAL oonoUutly on hind at theloweet
Jona 1? ftolyj