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CHARLESTON DAILY NBWS,
Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN A MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
BINOLE COPIES.8 ??mt?
XONEW8 DEALERS.3 cents
LARttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
AW THE LIST OPT LETTERS re
xxLuinina in the Postoffloe ut the end
ot euoh week is published officially
In THE DAILY NEWS every Fri
IST ews Summary.
Several Northern capitalists engaged in busi
ness in Mobile, denian starting a Radical paper in
that city. [They doubtless wish to make a large
Direct steam navigation between Now York and
Bwoden has boen opened. Scandinavian emigrants
now come direct from Gothenburg to the United
A negro, who waa giving his wife a Fourth of
July whipping at Lexington, Ky., was killed by his
Bon, who took an axo and knocked his ingracious
parent on the head.
Nineteen individuals who formerly held po
sitions in tho robol array, left Chattanooga re
cently, en route to Austria, to join tho Imperial
A lottery scheme has boon gotten up by tho
Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Art Association, for the pnr
poBC of raising funds to rebuild tho State Univer
sity. The drawing of prizes took place on Joly
On July 2, a negro in Galveston was carelessly
smoking his pipe near an open kog of powder,
when a spark dropped, and ho has not since been
heard from. A building was demolished by the
A child was devoured near Galveston on July 5,
by au alligator, in full view of her father, who
was unable to reach her in time to eave her. He
shot the reptile, and will cut him open to recover
the child's remains.
On the 10th .inst, a great boat race took place
on the Hudson River, between GILBEBT WABD and
JOHN MCKIEL, in shell boats, with singlo sculls,
for $250. The distance rowed was five miles, and
MCKIEL came in winner in forty-one minutes.
A writer in tho Civic Guard recommends the
building of bright fires in the cotton fields at
Dights during the moth season. Each moth pro
duces thousands of cotton worms, and everything
of the nature of a miller rushes into the fire of a
dark night wherever they can find it.
Thrco important events occurred in Europe on
the last anniversary of tho battle of Waterloo. On
that day Prussia made a declaration of war against
Austria, sud Italy followed her example. And it
was on the same day that the British Ministry
sustained a humiliating defeat on thc Reform
The sensational manner in which a portion of
tho press have alluded to it, has caused tho pub
lic to doubt whether there was really any such
disease as trichinia. A genuine case has, how
ever, occurred in New York, wblbh has boon ex
amined by the Cooper Union Scientific Associa
tion, and placed under the treatment of two expe
rienced physicians. No hopes, however, aro
entertained of saving the man.
"Half a dozen pretty women wore keeping up a
busy chatter, all to themselves, in an ico cream
saloon. 'I'm going North in a few days,' said one,
'to bny some clothes.' 'But, Laura, you mustn't
do that; you'll have to take the oath to get a pass;
and, you know, you're just as much of a rebel as
ever you were.' 'Yes, of course,' with pretty
shrug of tho aforesaid Laura's pretty shoulders,
.but, then, one must have clothes, you know.'"
Valparaiso correspondence to May 30, says trade
is reviving briskly. The Minister of Finance is
preparing an elaborate statement of the losses
suffered by all parties. Specie is abundant. Amer
ican gold is at a premium, bot drafts on the Uni
ted States for small amounts are cashed dollar for
dollar in Chile currency. The Fresidontial elec
tion was to havo taken place on the 29th of Juno.
PKBEZ and Gen. BULNES are to be the most prom
The New York Tribun? says : "Mrs. ELEANOB
"WILLARD, representing herself to be the wife of a
wealthy wagon maker in Ban Francisco, was
brought before Justice Hon AN, charged with
having stolen a $1000 United States Treasury note
from Mrs. BBAUAM, also of Bau Francisco, the two
ladies having occupied the same state-room on the
voyage to this city. The money was found pinned
in the dress of tbe accused, which she explained
by the fact that Mrs. BB AH AM was frequently in
liquor, and as tho dresses hung together, it was
probable that the complainant had fastened it
there, thinking she was handling her own gar
ment. The case is still on.
The democratic party in Germany are bestirring
themselves. The Frankfort Journal says that "a
committee of public safety for the national de
fence" has been established in the Palatinate and
Rhenish Hesse. Tho central committee aro ex
erting themselves to found affiliated societies
thronghout Germany. Every member must con
tribute six kreutzers a week. Tho wealthy aro
invited to promote the work by voluntary contri
butions. The same journal adds that the Nation
al Yereln have placed at tho disposition of the
Rhenish committee the fonds which they had col
lected for a German floot. The objeot of tho as
sociation is to arm the people, and to propagate
demooratio principles inGermany.
MASS MKETINO or NOB rn CAROLINA LOYALISTS.
Tbs Wilmington Dispatch of tho 9th says a largo
and enthusiastic, meeting of North Carolina "loy
alists," composed of Hov. Hope Baino, a Mr. Hol
land, and two or three others, was held at Golds
oa?2 tho 4th in?*- The "meeting" nominated
Ban Salvador Holden for Governor, and denounced
tho sots of the President a* being "rather ambig
uous, 4c. Baine is well known as a Universalist
preaoher, and while he thinks that even "rebels"
may go to Heaver, when they die, and thus es
capo punishment In mother world, yet it is his
opinion that they should bo politically damned ,
Stu^^ of ;
gm- AU communication* Intend?! for pubtioation in
this journal must bs addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
B. G. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash._
"CH ARLESTO N .
SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 14. 18G6.
UNDER WHICH KING, MKI?CUTIO?
Have wo any Government, or are wo in a
state of anarchy ? Aro wo ontitlod to pro
tection against assault, robbory, burglary,]
murder and arson ; or aro we a nation of out
laws, and is it accounted a merit to slay us ?
Have we not a Colleotor of Customs hero, and
a Colleotor of Internal Revenue, both to re
mind us that the flag with tho stripes and tho
tbirty-Bix stars is waving over us ? Do we
not pay tho United States gold for every cup
of tea wo drink, for every sogar we smoke ?
Do wo not pay our greenbacks on every bot
tlo of whiskey we drink, on every box of |
matches wo uso? Do wo not uphold the
credit of tho United States Government by
receiving its "promises to pay" in lieu of tho
good old-fashioned circulating medium ?
Tes, surely there can be no mistake in all
this. We certainly must be within tho pale
of tho Union, and tho American Eagle flaps
his protecting wings over our heads. Have
wo not Gonoral SICKLES hero and General
SCOTT, with armed bands to do their bidding?
Have wo not a United States District Court, I
with Judge, Attorney, Clerk and Marshal, all
duly appointed by the President, confirmed
by tho Senate, and sworn into office, as tho
law directs? Have we not a United States
Circuit Court here also, with Judge WAYNE
ready to hear and try civil causeB ?
YOB! we have all thoBe, but one thing we
lack: and that is poace. We are under mar
tial law, and undor civil law. Wo have a
Mayor's Court, a Provost Court, a Court of
Common Ploas, and United States Distriot
and Cirouit Courts here, but we have not or
der, protection, security of life or property.
Those are still wanting.
Tho State Government is in full operation
also. We have the Executive, Legislature
and the Judiciary all in working order. We
pay State taxes, our offenders (white at least)
are tried by State judges ; to be sure the Ben-1
tenoe oannot always be executed by the State
sheriff. But we still lack protection.
The City Government also is in full blast
We have a Mayor and eighteen Aldermen, |
who are all very efficient in their respective
spheres. Wo have a City Treasury, if we are
not mistaken, a shrino to which many of our
citizens make monthly pilgrimages,-coming
away from that fane rather saddened than
comforted. We have a police, too,-a con
stabulary foroo, engaged for the express pur
pose, we believe, of preserving the peace of
tho city; of affording protection to our citi
zens, who aro heavily taxed to pay their re
cently heightened salari?e. Wo have guard
bou6ea and jails. In short, wo have all the
paraphernalia of a good government, and yet,
to all intents and purposes, we are without
any municipal authority. The fault lies some
where. That theso offenoes oxist, needs no
argument to prove. They are rank. They
poison the very air we breathe, and loudly
ory for change, for reform.
Are we under military rule ? If BO, what j
becomes of the President's several peaoe
proclamations ? These have distinctly an
nounced that the war is over, tho "rebellion"
?rushed; that civil law is restored. Whore,
then, is the difference, before the law and
under the Constitution, between South Caro
lina and New York? Can General JOE
HOOKER or General JOHN POPE arrest a oivil
prooesa in tho last named State, or stay the
execution of a sentence, passed in full accord
ance with the laws of that State? If not,upon
what authority can General SICKLES do it in
South Carolina ?
Wo know the aforesaid Generals oannot,
and do not refuse to obey a writ of Habeas j
Corpus, issued either by State or United
States judges. We know li ko wiso that Gene
ral SICKLES refuseB to recognize the civil au
thority, either State or Federal. Upon what
is his refusal based ? '
Upon the President's proclamation of Sop-1
tomber 15, 1863. But this was abrogated by
President JOHNSON'S proclamation of April,
1806, dedaring the war at an end. Then why
refer to the first and ignore the last? The
simultaneous reorganization of the United
States Distriot Courts throughout the South
confirms the opinion that the President oould
have had no mental reservation in the publio
declarations whioh he so solemnly made, and
wo certainly oannot believe that Mr. JOHN
SON oould lend himself to play a part in suoh
The professional soldier during war, and
for some time thereafter, is too prone to forget
his proper status, whioh is that of a peaoe of
licor. He is apt to consider military rule as
the normal condition of eooioty ,and ill brooks
any interference from the civil authorities of |
the land. They are viewed as troublesome
.ntermeddlers. The man of war usually holds
oivil rights in very low eBteom; and at all
times yields a reluotant obedienoe to the
majesty of the law.
Here, then, is the oauae of the anomalous
Btate of affairs now existing in the Southern
States. There is clearly a oonfliot of juris
diction. The oivil and the military authority
eaoh believes and asserts itself supreme. Until
this is remedied there oan be no peaoe, no
harmony, no security. There are but two
ways of accomplishing this desirable end.
Either the mooted question of supremaoy must
be decided, or the two authorities must aot in
The first alternative has been tried again
and again. Wo havo had proclamations, or
ders and do ore cs from President, Governor,
Generals and Judges; but still the vexed
question is undeoided, and peace, order and
safety aro at? far oil' as ever.
Cannot somo plan be then adopted to pro
duce conoort of action between the two rival
powers, each professedly striving for tho pub
lic weal ? Tho Governor and the Command
ing Gonoral of thin Departmont appear to
have boon recently engaged in an effort of
this kind. But on referenco to the proclama
tion of the Governor, dated Juno 30,18GG, and
Ceneral SICKLES' Special Order No. 19, it will
bo poroeived that they have fallen into tho
grave error of drawing a distinction between
the military and civil authorities,-assuming
an antagonism between the two, instead of
considering them aa oo-ordinate branches of
the pamo Government,-working together for
one common purpose-tho preservation of
law and order.
Why oannot the Governor and the Com
manding Gonoral for tho State, and the Mayor
and the Post Commander for the city, meet
together,-not as rival officers to make a
compromiso of authority,-but aa tho protec
tors of tho people, to devise plans for the pub
lic security and prosperity ? Tho duty of the
two classes of officers 19 identical, and if they
oannot co-operate in its performance, it must
bo because personal conaideaationa are held
superior to public obligations.
WANTED TO Ill- NT, A SMALL, NEATLY
FURNISHED COTTAGE, lu good repair, ten
minutes walk from Hayne-itreet. Apply to the Editor
of thia paper. July ll
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
altuatlon aa Chambermaid, can also attend to chil
dren and do homework, and lt willing to make herself
generally useful Apply at No. 26, SHOP, corner BEE
AND ASHLEY STREETS._July 6
WANTED, BY A YOUNO BI AN, A SITUA
TION in somo Wholesale or Retail Dry Gooda or
Grocery houae; haa some knowledge of the Dry Gooda,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Bualnesa, hav
ing been In that bualnesa on his own account. He will
atudy the Interest of his employer, and la willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Beat
of r?f?renc?e furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofllco, or apply at Uti* office. June ll
TO RENT, Ac.
TO RENT, COOL AND DELIGHTFUL
SUMMER APARTMENTS, unfurnished, and
without Board, in the Elliott Mansion, on George-street,
between Meeting and Anson streets.
TO RENT-BY GAB ttl KL De WITT-A
comfortable two and a half story DWELLING in
Summerville, on a Lease of elx or twelve mouthe. Ap
ply to above, at northwest corner of King and Spring
streets. July 13
FOR RENT,-AN ADMIRABLY FITTED
UP BAR and RESTAURANT ESTABLISHMENT
in one of the very beat lacalltiea in the city. The place
ls an old established and popular resort. Apply at thia
office. July ll
FOR RENT, THAT COMFOR I ABLE
RESIDENCE In tbs town of Summerville, known
aa 1 r. GELZER'S HOUSE, lot measuring one and a
quat :er acres, m re or leia. Houae containa four rooms
and pantry, with kitchen, servante' rooms, carriage
house, stable, vegetable garden, Ac. To an approved
tenant, rent wiU be moderate. Apply to L. BUNCH A
SON. No. 606 KING STREBT. wa June 30
LANDS FOR SALE.-THE SUBSCRIBER
offers for sale all of his LANDS in tho Fork of |
Edisto Rivers, Orangebnrg District, from S to 7 milos
from Midway. 8 C. Railroad. Five places-one of 1000
acree, where he now resides; one of 700 acres, 440 acres,
800 acres, 260 aerea; all of said placea are Improved by
open land and otherwise, part of the lands are river
landa on 8outh Edisto, and part first-class pine landa;
or be wiU cut up aald placea In tracts of sny size to ault
purchaaers. Address D. L. BRONSON,
July 3 tus? Midway, 8. C.
VALUABLE KINO STREET PROPERTY
at Private Sale.-The three BBICK HOUSES on
west side of Klug street, Nos. 229. 231, 233, occupied re
spectively by E. Scott, A. W. Sokel A Co., and Hyman
A Co., under leases to 1st October next. The Lots each
measure 27 feet front by 216 feet deep. The buildings
on the front are three stories high ; the locations are
considered equal to any in the city for the retail trade.
For terms and particulars app y to
BEN J. D. LAZARUS,
Corner Wentworth and Smith ? treets.
July 6 fmwsi*
FOR 8 A li K.-PARTIES WISHING TO
embark lu a pleasant and profitable bualneaa can
find a rare o han ce to do so by applying to the sub
4600 HEAD OF IMPROVED TEXA8 CATTLE
300 bead of Hoga, 20 Saddle Horaea, Saddlea, Aa, Ac,
Farm Wagon, Harness and Horses; a aubatanllal Ranch
House, furnished, and all appliances connected with a
well kept stock. Ranch, Corals, Pena and enclosures in
perfect order. The stock is on the Rio Frio River, alxty
miles west ol San Auton ID, Bexar County, State of j
Texas. For further particulars, apply to
At the store of B. Foley, Esq., hast Bay.
July ll 6*
TAR AND TURPENTINE WOHKH FOR
SALE.-Two Elina, ons IS bbl. StiU, 3 Copper
Condensers, 1 Force Pump, and all machinery necessary
for the manufacturo of Tar and TurpenUne. The ma
chinery ls nearly Dew. For tarma, Ac, address R. E.
OBAVES A CO., Beaufort, 8. O. 12 Jnly 7
tOST, STOLEN, &o.
IOST, A MLVi?.R-MOUNTED MEE R
J SCHAUM PIPE; anpposea to have been left in the
rear coach of the Nurtheas te rn Railroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally jewarded by leaving the same at
the office of the Charleston Hotel. June 25
MULE STOLEN.-a? DOLLARS RE
WARD.-Stolen from my atable, at Danner'a
Cross Roads, St James' Goose Creek Pariah, on Tues
day night, June 26th, a LIGHT BAT HORSE MULE,
abort 12 years old, in good condition. Said Motels
about 13 hands high, and haa white hair about the head
indicating age. The Mule waa aeen In the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, 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 $26 wUl be paid for infor
mation leading to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given for evldenoe sufficient to
convict the thiel Addreaa the undersigned, at Dan
ner'a Croas Reads, or at the Courier Office, Charleston,
8. C. WILLIAM L. DAGGBTT.
E. M. WHITING,
COBOVER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 84 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North aide, next door to Mr.
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doora east of Meet
ing-street May 80
ASSIGN KKK* NOTICE.
MESSRS. 8. st J. SAMPSON HAVING MADE AN
assignment to s e of all their copartnership and
Individual properly and effecta for the > eneflt of their
creditors, notice ls hereby given to all and singular the
said oonarlnershlp and individual credltora, that tho
deed of asaitnmant ls at my office for their Inspection,
and that all who desire to avail th resolves of the bene
fits - f its provisions must do ?o on or before the 19th
day of September, 186?, the period limited by said
deed. And the oredltora ara hereby notified to hold a
me-Ung for th ? appointment of an agent according to
the provisions of the Act of the General Assembly,
passed In 1828. R. K. FBAbBR,
July 7 slO Assignee.
HELIKF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
THB RECULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS I
Association will be hold This Evening. 14th Inst,
.t 8 o'clock, at tho Masonic Lodtte, eoroer Klug sud
Wentworth streets, when tho funds on hand will be
di Bp on cd of.
The Treasurer will be at the office of Wm. B Heriot A I
Co., No. 37 Broad-street, during the business hours of
the day, to received arrears, and at tbe Lodge one hour |
previous to the time of meeting.
The new edition of tho Rules will be r<>ady for distri
bution. WM. B. HT Kt- OMAN,
Julv 14 1 Treasurer.
ATNA KIRK KNOIMC COMPANY.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OK TnE
Com any will be held TAii Evrring. Uth lust., at
8M o'clock, at tbe Hall ot the Cerinau Fire Company.
Muml'ors are r< quested to be punctual.
By order. JOHN McLEISH,
July U 1 Secreta'y,
THE MERCANTILE COPARTNERSHIP, UNDKR
tho name and stylo of B. S. RHETT A SON, of this
city, was, by tho death of t1 e formor, dissolved on thc
3d o? July, 1866. tutbs3 July 10
THE SURVIVOR. WILL CONTINUE THE BU8INP.88
on tala own account, un dor Ure same name and styl?
as heretofore, and rcapecttully solicits a continuance of
its former patronage. B. S. RHETT, JR.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING I
in t his city, under the firm of LEI OT 1 ES A 8ALA8,
was dissolved on 2d April last, by written agreoment.
Kl thor partner, or their attorney, will sign in liquidation
only. A. O. DECOITES.
F. P. SALAS.
Charlcaton, July 3, 18CC.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS under the name and atyle of SALAS A CO.
F. P. SALAS,
Per Attorney, R. SALAS.
Joly 9_ 10
CO PA KT N K H SHIP NOTICK.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTINO
undor the name and style of AUSTIN A ALBEE
has this day dissolv'bd, according to sit?eles of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
CHARLES H. ALBEE.
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUSINESS, Mr. OEORGE W. WAR
REN. Tho business will hereafter be conducted In the
namo of ALBEE A WABREN, No. 42 MARKET
STREET. CHARLES H. ALBEE.
SliMER BOIETS AND HITS.
Mrs S. J. COTCHETT'S,
No. 263 King-st,
A FEW OF THE LATEST STYLE8
GIPSEY QUEENS, &c, Ac,
The Ladles are invited to call and examine.
NO EXTORTION! NO IMPOSITION
STAY NOT LIMITED!
CONCAVE AND CONVEX
TO SUIT ALL AGES AND SIGHTS
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE SUPPLY OF THE ABOVE, and will guar
antee aa satiafaotory an adaptation to each and every
case presented, as can be had iu any other establish
ment in the South.
?-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, or NO CHARGE
ALLAN & SIDDONS,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
SIGN OF THE GOLD SPECTACLES.
Jnne 98 thstu
1 A A OASES OF 8HOE8, COMPRISING SUMMER
I ULT STYLES, for Ladlos, Gents and Children, are
! offered AT BETAIL, for two months, at No. 187 MEET
ING-STREET, UP BTAIRS, nearly opposite to Hay no
street. AR purchasers will certainly save fifty cents on
each pair of Shoes, together arith having a prime article
for wear. JOHN COMMINS,
No. 187 Meeting-street, Upstairs,
July 8 tuthsG Sign ol the Big Shoe.
DB. JOSEPH RASKY,
WELL KNOWN IN CHARLESTON, 8. C., HAS
returned, and will be pleased to see his friends
anti former patrons at the PAVILION HOTEL, be
tween ten A. M. and five P. M., until further notice.
The celebrated TOOTH POWDER can be had at his
THEODORE F. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
Office No.^^?^&2.5 King-st.
HAVING RETURNED TO MY NATIVE CITY, AF
TER an absence of five yean, I tender my Pro
fessional Services to my friends, the former patients of
tbe Ute Dr. WM. b". MONEFELDT (my preceptor), and
the public generally. By tbe opportunities and the many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (since tho disbanding
of the armlea), I am ona sled to offer the LATEST
8TYLE8 OF WOKE, and the MOST IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
June 38 _thstn2mo
WILL PURCHASE AND SELL STOCKS AND SE
0 P KI ri l's OF ALL KINDS, Merchandise. P?o
duce, Ac. ; act as Agent in any mercantile or commercial
Interests entrusted to bis care. He will give bis beat
and careful attention to the balancing and adjusting of
Books, Accounts, .vc; Collecting, also, a 1 writing of
Bonds, Contracts, Letters, Au.
Prompt attention guaranteed, and a portion of tho
patronage of the pnbllo solicited.
Office at CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS,
N. W. corner Church and Broad-streets.
Td Merchants* Tradesmen & Others.
PELOT Se 8HERFE8HB,
Adjusters of Books and Accounts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WAITING UP,
Adjusting and Balanc?n* Books. Will also en
gage to conduct books, make out aoo JU nts, Ao., Oy the
month or year, on rsa sonable tersas.
Bookkeepers assls'ed at their pisces of business.
Office at their Commercial School Room,
M ISO MO HALL,
Corner of Wentworth and King street*.
Jons 37 imo
HEERING & GO.
PORTLAND, MK., July, 1849;
MESSRS. HERRING k CO.,
No. 251 Broadway, Now York :
There were three of your Safes in this awful fire. Al.
saved their contents in 1XCELLENT CONDI I ION
Ahead of all competitors. -.
H. & CO.'S SAFES stood most
successfully the great fires, in
the past few weeks, in New
York and Saratoga, and during
past few days at Portland, Me.
LARGE STOCK constantly on
.A. Gr IE ZEST T ,
Corner Meeting and Market sts?
July 14 1
LOVERS OF THE ABOVE DELICIOUS AND HRALTHiT
BEVERAGES STILL CON i INUE TO ASSEMBLE
AT THE 8TOBE OF
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
NO. 251) KING-STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL,
To partake of what may be really called a glass of
COOL AND SPARKLING
SODA WATER OR POLAR BEER?
THE FRUIT SYRUPS ARE WARRANTED MADE
from the Natural Fruits, and not from French Ex
tracts, Oils, Acids, and Coloring Fluids, so extensively
used and so iojU'ious to the health.
With an experience of Ave years in the manufacturing
of SODA WATER AND SYRUPS, and with a variety of
twenty-one Syrups prepared with great care, enables
the proprietor to assure tho Publia that he feels well
qualified to satisfy thc tastes of all that fav JT him with
CUT-LIST OP SYRUPS-OUT.
CREAM SYRUP PREPARED FRESH DAILY, and
flavored with any of the above Syrups.
Syrups by the bottle and gallon. Dealers supplied at
BEDFORD'S POLAR BEER.
THE WELL-KNOWN PROPERTIES OF THI8 POPU
LAR snd Refreshing Beverage, render comment
unnecessary. It ia manufactured ENTIRELY FROM
ROOT8, AND ON THE PREMISES.
Since the introduction of this Refreshing and Invigo
rating Beverage through the Polar Soda and Beer Foun
tain, it has met with a steady sale, and every one who
partakes of it pronounces it really delicious.
The proprietor need only to assure the patrona of the
POLAR BEER, that lu order to retain the reputation lt
baa now obtained, he will oontinuo to make it from the
original recipe, feeling confident that ita continued auc
cess depends entirely upon tho good quality of ita
6 CENTS PER GLASS. 15 CENTS PER QUART. 60
CENTS PER GALLON._thstu_ July 12
CLARETS, WINES AND CORDIALS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE PARTICULAR
attention of the CONNOISSfcURS OF SUMMER
DUINER that he bas received diroctfrom tho Importing
House of WM. S. CORWIN A CO., of New York, an in
voice of OHOICE TABLE CLARETS, WINES AND
CORDIALS, which will be dispose 1 of at New Yovk
These Wines aro warranted IMPORTED, and aa auch
will suit the finest taste. They need only a trial to con
vince the consumer of their superior quail tics. Tho fol
lowing Bst embraces a portion of tho sf tock on hand :
Johnstons A Son's Medoc,
Bennecke A Co. Bouillac
Chateau Margeau, 1851
Haut San terne
St. Louis, 1867
Chateau Margeau, 1861
Chateau Lafitto, 1864
E. E. B. cordially extends to strangers, aa well aa the
rosident public, an Invitation to inspect this stock of
WINES, assuring thom that a call will Incur not the
least obligation to purchase.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
NO. 269 KING STREET, OPPOSITE BASEL.
July 12 thstu
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DR8. RAOUL A LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THE
above steamers a large and select supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLhS. Aleo, OONGRB88,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WAT Kit 8 and a fnU assort
ment ot PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINES.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for th* manufacture of
the best COTTON GI SS ever mads in this country, are
now prepared to receive ordere from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
Th? long established and well known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S OCT TON GINS, wlB. we hope, be a auffl-'
olent guarantee that the article wlU give entire aaUstao
^ i- M. ELLIOTT A OO.,
?Mw M Winns boro, 8. a