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CMRLESTON BAIL? NEWS,
Q. R. OATIIOART, Editor.
CATHCART, McfflLLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
BAiLT?th:?ke MONTHS. .?-BU
XONEW8 DEALERS.3 cent?
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
MT THE LIST OF LETTERS re
maininx in. tho 3?ostofnoe at the end
of eaoh week ie published ofHoially
ln THE DAILY NEWS every Fri
loo formed in paite and pitchors in many houses
in Austin, Novada, Juno 7. So says the ReveW.e.
Tho oombiuod incomes of the Chicago Tribune
woro said to foot np $1G0,000, Mr. Cow les having
tho lar-cBt, $10,000.
Gokriel L. Q. 0. Lamar has been appointed to
tho chair of Ethics and Metaphysics in tho Missis
An Astor House waiter, while running up ?taira
tho other night, foil aud out his jugular with a
tumbler ho was carrying. The accident was fatal.
A book with tho curious title of "The History
of Signboards" is Boon to be published in London.
It contains six hundred pages of curious anec
dotes, with one hundred pictures of old s:gns.
It is not now doubted that Oonoral Sickles will
accept the mission to the Hague. It is stated
that he has already signified to the State Depart
ment hie accept? nee of the office.
The Methodist Bays that Dr. Ohwen, the author
of the book about Jeff. Davis* imprisonme nt, is
a Methodist layman, anda member of the Central
M. ?. Ohuroh, of Newark, N. J.
Two Bhooke of earthquako were felt on the 20th
ultimo at Nice. The oscillation appeared to pro
ceed from north, not south. The shock was also
perceptible at Marseilles.
It is reported on tho best authority that old
Tbad. Stevens has written a letter to the Hon.
William B. Beep, of Philadelphia, volunteering
to defend ex-President Davis in his approaching
Tho veto of the Freodmen'e Bureau Bill is be
lieved to he prepared, and was probably road in
Cabinet Council on Tuesday last. As the bill
originated in the House, it will be returned to
that body with the objections of the Executive.
Senator elect Patterson, and Representatives
elect Coofeb, Campbell, Leftwick, Taylob and
Thomas, have issued an address to tho people of
Tennessee, urging them to Bend delegates to the
Convention to be held in Philadelphia on the 14th
A letter from Juarez to Consul Godot confirms
the statement that the Liberal Government is
about tobo re-established at Chihuahua, and aflds
that no French or traitor forces ace nearer that
place than Durango, and no apprehension is felt
of the return of the Imperialists.
The Secretary of the Interior recently received
from London, England, a specimen of tho fibre
and twine manufactured from native Now Zealand
grass. The writer believed that the grass would
flourish in our Middle and Southern States, and
stated that by a new and original process cloth or
rope of great strength and durability is now being
manufactured to a limited extent.
In an s wer to a resolution a communication from
the President was submitted to the Senate latelv
covering a atatemont of expenditures for public
works, since 1860, for navy yards, custom houses,
forte, arsenals, and river and harbor improve
ments. The total amount thus expended is
$28,464,438. Of this sum, $1,458,864 was for the
Capitol extension, and $483,459 for the new dome.
Hon. D. N. Gooley, Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, recently received a letter from Superin
tendent Maltby, in obarge of Indian affairs in tho
State of California. Ho represents that at the
Bound and Hoopa valleys and Smith Biver
agencies the Indians are in a prosperous condi
tion. The crops promise well, and will yield large
ly, as the late rains have been beneficial. The
wheat and barley crops at Tule Biver farm are in
an excelleut condition.
The Cleveland (Ohio) Plaindealer, of a recent
date, says : "As a crowd were on the banks of the
Cuyahoga, watching tho floating masaos swept
down by the turbulent waters, an object was seen
a short distance from the spot occupied by the
spectators, which excited not a little curiosity. It
turned ont to be a cradle, and whon at the in
stance of a lady it wbb drawn to the shore, it was
found to contain a beautiful obild, fast aaleep,
and happily unconscious of the perils of this
rough commencement of its voyage of life. Where
it came from and who its parents are, are facts
The Washington correspondent of tho New
York Tribune writes recently: "A letter to a gen
tleman in this city from a partner of Captain
Tnxow, noted bb the officer who ironed Jeffeb
bon Davis, et at oh that Captain Titlow says that
Dr. Craven's version of the language used by
Jefferson Davis while he was being ironed, is
far from being exact and trnthful. Captain Tit
low visited Ute interior of Fortress Monroe late
ly, and in passing Davis' quarters, he (Davis)
caught sight of tho Captain, called to him, in
vited him in, and received him most cordially.
He at once expressed himself as being much dis
ploaaod with tho general tenor of Dr. Cbaven'h
book, and requested Captain Titlow to write a
statement rotating the vorsion of tho shackling.
[Wo are afi aid the Tribune has been hoaxed.]
? ? ?
The "So-Called White Baoe."?In ono of tho
many black bills introduced recontly into the
United States Senate by Charles Sdmneb, occurs
the following seotion :
Seotion 5. That any oitizen who bas beon a
slave, or is the descendant of a slave, or who does
not belong to tho so-oallod white race, that may
hereafter be unlawfully deprived of bis vote by
any person, may maintain a suit or suits, and re
cover damages of any uucti person in any distriot
court of the Uni tod States for the district in whioh
auoh person may be found.
The bill was ordered to bo pricted.
?r AU communications intended for pubUccWm in
this journal must be addressed to IheEdUor of
the Da?y News, No. 18 Hayne- street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
Daily Neios. . , ___._ . ,
We cannot undertake, to return rejeoted cominunica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
OH A RLESTON.
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MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1C, 1800.
COMMEIWIAL DISABILITIES OFOBARLES
Thore is no spooioa of truth bo unpalntablo
ns homo truth ; no task bo tbnnkloss ob to
open the eyes of your hearer, reader or inter
locutor to any shortcomings ho maybe guilty
of. And ?b most porsone profor to live in
penco,?cultivating personal ease and conve
nience,?home truths are voted a bore, and by
universal oonsont almost are banished from
good Booiety. A public journal, howevor,
cannot always conform to that most respect
able authority. Duty often compols a wide
divergence from this most convenient stan
dard. Pationce and forbearance are evan
gelical virtuos, when exercised oa tho part of
an individual, either in restraining his pas
sions or waving hie rights and privileges.
It is otherwise with tho representative of a
community. It is olearly his duty jealously
to watch all that pertains to tho welfare of
thoso whom he represents ; to have an eyo on
everything that concerns their interests ; and
as a faithful sentinel to blow his trumpet with
no uncortain blast,?giving forth notos of
warning, protest, remonstrance oroxhortatiou,
as the occasion may call for.
Wo have been led to indulge in these re
flections by a consideration of the status our
city now holds as a commercial emporium,
and by pondering tho causes for this present
very undesirable state of things. So far from
making any progress in a commercial point
of view, wo are rather retrograding. We
noed but to look around ub to find proof of this
Up to a recent period our city bad com
mercial aspirations. To put ourselves within
easy reach of. tho interior we havo contribu
ted largely of our means to the building of
railroads all around us. Our linos of steam
ers with tho different ports of the North have
ever been fostered, and been a source of pride
to our merohante. Before the war we even
talked of a Trans-Atlantic Steamship Com
pany. Of Wilmington, in North Carolina,
we used to bear in connection with tbe arti
cles of lumber and naval stores. Newborn
was known here only from the faot of its
sending us an occasional sohooner with corn.
Savannah was a respectable city, but it was not
a commercial point of considerable impor
tance But these towns were considered mere
Liliputians in the world's broad field of com
merce, and it was little thought that in a few
short yearB a large portion of our business
would be done at these small ports. Yet
this ?6 the oose,?and it is with pain we re
cord tbe fact. *
And why is this ? Because we in our short
sightedness have killed the goose for the
golden egg. Tudor the plea of necessity,
which we are willing to admit was suoh for
a short time last year, our railroads institu
ted, and bave until this period kept up, a most
oppressive freight tariff, whioh has driven
thousands of tone of merchandise Jrom our
doors to other lines of transportation. Speak
to a railroad official and he assumes a tone of
injured innocence, and asks bow outsiders can
know anything of railroad affairs. Another,
a venerable citizen, and director it may be,
asks indignantly if stockholders are not to do
as they please with their own property. Still
another ezolaimB, "if you want to manage the
railroad, why don't you buy up the stook ?"
Id the meantime merchants on the line of
the Charlotte Railroad transact their busi
ness with Nowbern, forwarding their cotton
to New York, and getting tbeir supplies in
return through that port at cheaper ratea than
they would have to pay via Charleston, al
though the latter port is very much the
la our Saturday's ieauo we published an
extract from a merchant in Darlington, stat
ing that arrangements have been completed
by, which the whole Pee Dee country and
neighboring seotions,?embraoing the en
tire line of tbe Wilmington and Manchester
and Gheraw and Darlington Railroads are to
send thoir produce to Wilmington, and be
supplied from that port; und this at cheaper
rates than by tho Northeastern Railroad to
and from Charleston.
Is there no remedy for oil this ? Are our
business men to shrink into utter insignifi
oanoe, our wharves to rot, and our warehouses
to beoomo "abandoned property ?" Is tho
grass to grow in the Btreets of our good old
Palmetto City ? If thiB is not to be our fu
ture, something must be done now, and at
once, to ohange the blighting policy whioh
has in a short twelvemonth brought us to our
present deplorable condition.
Tell us not of the rights of Btookholders,
when you and all of ue,?the State itself,?
had to stop in pledge its credit, i. e. your
credit, our orodit,?to proteot these same
stockholders from the total Iobs of their etook.
And why did tho Legislature of South Caro
lina [the people] step forward and do this ?
Wiib it to enrich the private pookets of a few
stockholders to tho detriment of the prosperity
of Charleston and of the State at large ? Was
it expeoted that other ports were to be built
up in tonnage and trade at our expense ?
Never ! Better that the foreign bondholders
should have taken the road. PerhapB stran
gers would havo bad pity on our jmst misfor
tunes, und oast an iufolligont oye to tho fu
But why talk of tho futuro hopos of Charles
ton, when its main trunk road cIosob its wido
portals at tlireo o'clock in tho aftornoon, and
will rooeivo no froightaftor that hour. Whoro
olso would suoh an arrangement bo tolorntod?
And why ?b it tolerated hero? ?
In making thoao animadvorsions wo wish
to ho plainly understood,?wo include nil our
railroads. With a perversity that ?b alto
gether astounding thoy havo kept up a policy
which has slowly and surely supped tho very
foundations of our prosperity.
WANTED, A. LADIES' MAID AND GENE
HAL HuUSB BEttVANT. ?est or references re
quired. Apply at this office. 1* July 16
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A HOLMKS'
THERAPEUTIC CHAIR. Thoao wishing to sell
will pleaeo commuulcato through Charleston I'ostofllco,
Box 8G, Btatlug tho prlco, and where Chair can be seen.
Jnly 1C mw2
WANTED, A STORK UN KINO STIIKKT.
between Llborty and Market atreetB. Addross
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
May 28 row Pavilion Hotel.
WANTED TO HUNT, A SMALL, NE ITLY
FURNISHED COTTAGE, In good repair, ten
minutes walk from Uajno-Btroot. Apply to the Editor
of Ulla papor. July 11
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN. A
situation as Chambermaid, can also attend to chil
dren and do houeework, and Is willing to maku herself
generally useful. Apply at No. 20, SHOP, corner BEE
AND ASHLEY STREETS._July 0
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
TION In Bomo Wholesolo or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; haa aomo knowledge of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledgoof the Grocory BunlnesB, hav
ing been In that business on bin own account. Ho will
Btudy tho Interont of his employer, and la willing to
niako himself generally useful. Salary no object. Boat
of references famished. Address "F." through tho
PoBtofuco, or apply at this offlco. June 11
TO RENT, &o.
ROOMS TO LET_TWO ROOMJ, FUR
NISHED or unfurnished, in a very d?sirable lo
cality In Meeting-etreot, near tho Charleston Hotel.
These rooms aro well adapted for singlo gontlomen.
Apply at this office. uiwlG* July 10
TO RENT?BY GABRIEL DcWITT?A
comfortable two and a half story DWELLING In
Summervlllo, on a Lcaao of six or twelve tnontha. Ap
ply to abovo, at northwest corner of King and Spring
streets. July 13
TO RENT, A TWO STORY AND A HALF
BRICK DWELLING, situated No. S3 Society
street, containing six square and two attio rooms, store
room, kitchen, feorvants' rooms, stables, cistern, wells,
Ac. Apply next door east, No. 33 SOCIETY-STREET.
July 0 mwfmt*
DESIRABLE WHOLESALE STORKS IN
MEETING-STREET.?To rent, those spacious
and most desirable ST0RE8 Nos. 163 and 165 Meotlng
streot; also, 2d and 3d stories of No. 167, opposite tho
Charleston Hotel, and now undergoing extensive Im
provements. Possession can bo liad at an early day.
For particulars, apply to GEO. S. CAMERON, or
A. S. JOHNSTON,
Jnly 9 mwfS Market-street.
FOR SA L K?PARTIES WISHING TO
embark In a ploasant and profitable business can
find a rare chance to do so by applying to the sub
4600 HEAD OF IMPROVED TEXA8 OATTLE
800 bead of HogB, 20 Saddle Horses, Saddles, Ac, Ac,
Farm Wagon, Harness and Horses; a substantial Ranch
House, furnished, and all appliances connected with a
well kept stook. Ranch, Corals, Pens and enclosures In
perfect order. The stock Is on the Rio Fiio Rivor, sixty
miles west of San Antonio, Bexar County, State of
Texas. For further particulars, apply to
At the store of B. Foloy, Esq., tost Bay.
July 11 a?
TAR AND TURPENTINE WORKS FOR
SALE.?Two Kilns, one 10 bbl. 8till, 3 Copper
Ci'iidensors, 1 Forco Pump, and all machinery necessary
for the manufacture of Tar and Turpentine. The ma
chinery is nearly new. For terms, Ac, address R. E.
GRAVES ft CO., Beaufort, 8. O. 12 Jnly 7
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
STRAYED INTO MY YAKD ON FRIDAY
NIGHT, the 13th InsUnt, a no-horn Spotted COW.
The owner can have her by paying expenses. Apply to
Jnly 10_1^_No. 96 Spring-street.
STRAYED OR STOLEN, A DUN A<N D
WHITE NO HORNED COW, unmarked. A liberal
reward will be paid for her recovery. Apply at this
office, or No. 61 SPRING STREET._July 16
LUST, A MLVKR-MOUNTED MEER
SCHAUM PIPE: supposed to have been loft In the
rear coach of the Northeastern Railroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
tho office of the Charleston Hotel; Juno 26
MULE STOLEN.?23 DOLLARS RE
WARD.?Stolen from my stable, at Danner's
Cross Roods, St James' Goose Creek Parish, on Tues
day night, June 20th, a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
aboct 12 years old, in good condition. Bald Male Is
about 13 hands high, and has white hair about the head
indicating age. Tho Mule was seen In the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
night of tho robbery, going in the direction of the Dor
cbeBtor road, with ?new bridle on, which was taken
with the Mule. A reward of $25 will be paid for infor
mation loadlnu to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given for evidence snffioient to
convict the thief. Address the undersigned, at Dan
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Courier Offlco, Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAQOETT.
HERETOFOREEXIBT1NG BETWEEN JOHN KENI
FICK and A. O. BARBOT, in carrying on a Drug
Business at No. 18 Broad-street, haa been dissolved by
the death of the former.
The business will be hereafter condncted by the
undersigned, nnder the name of GEDDING8 ft BAR
BOT. Dr. J. F. M. GEDDING8.
July 16 6 A. O. BARBOT.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
in this city, under the firm of DeCOTI ES ft SALA8,
was dissolved on 2d April lost, by written agreement.
Either partner, or their attorney, will sign In liquidation
only. A. O. DxOOTTEj.
F. P. fiAL\S.
Charleston, Jnly 3,1600.
THE UNDERSIGNKD WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS nnder the name and style of BALAS A CO.
F. P. SALAS,
FerAttomoy, R. SALAS.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho name and style of AUSTIN A ALBEE
has this day dissolved, according to a? Holes of agree
ment. (Signed.) E ARLES AUSTIN.
CHARLES H. ALBEE.
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUblNESS, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will heieatter bo conducted in the
name of ALBEE A WARREN, No. 42 MARKET
STREET. * OH ARLES H. A LUKE.
E. M. WHITING,
oono>?ER axd magistrate,
HA8 REMOVED Hid OFFICE TO NO. 34 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MoINNlS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-street. May 80
MOUNT PLEA8ANT, . I
Chbjbt Ohoroh Pauimi July 24, 1806. J
THE UNDERSIGNED 18 NOW PREPARED TO RE
CEIVE tho RETUROfl and rAXKB for the town of ML
Pleasant every TUESDAY and THURSDAY, frsm Four
P.M., to Six P.M , (attiK resldenceof Mrs. SIMONS),
until tfae 1st of August next, when his books will be
closed and ex?cutions l?sued against all defaulters.
EDWARD 0. HALL, Tonn Treasarer.'
Jnly 2 mw8
Y?IiNO MICH'S COKISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
A SPECIAL MKETINO OF THE YOUNO MEN'S
/V Olirlstlan Association will be held i his (Monday)
Evening, at half-pant Eight o'clock, at Trinity Church.
Hascl-sltcet. A large and punctual atteu auco is
earnestly desired. S. 0. BROWN,
July 10 _1_ Recording Becrotury.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LAUDKK, NoTT
rilUE COMPANY WILL AHKEMBLE AT TUE TRUCK
J_ House, This Day, at Imlf-i iiHt 2 o'clock, 1'. M., lor
tho purpose of ParMlng us Escort. Members will ap
pear iu lull Uniform.
Ilv order. O. B. CUAMHERL1N,
July 10_I_8oc'y O. II and L. Ou , No. 1.
: PHOENIX VIKK KitGINU ?'UMPANV.
APPEAU AT THE ENGINE IIOUHK, HAHEL
t-TUEET, This Afternoon, at lull past 3 o'c.ock
precisely, in full Uniform, lor Extra Paraos).
July 1C _\_J^F. E. HA BELL, B'creUry.
CHARLESTON FIIIK COMPANY OF AXK
YOU AUE HEREBY OIlDEItED TO APPEAR AT
your Engine House, Market-street, This A?ernoon,
at ?IK o'clock precise!), In full uniform (tilack pauta;,
for Escort Parade.
By order. E. JOHN WHITE,
July 16 1 8ocrolary O. F. Oo. of Axemen.
VIGILANT K1RE ENGINK ? OMP*NY.
OU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
tho Engine House, This Afternoon, at balf past 3
ock, in full Uuitorm, for Escort Parade.
By order: JNO. J. HUMPHREY8,
July 16 1 Secretary.
MAGNETIC IltON COMPANY OF SOUTH
THE SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHARE
HOLDERS in this Company will bo hold on Mon
day, tho Gth of August, prox., at 6 o'clock P. H , a' tho
office of WILLIAM B. HEKIOT ft CO., No. 37 Broad
streot, when astatoruont of tho affairs of tho Company
will bo laid before the meeting.
By order of tho President.
July 1G 1C, 23, 30, aG
NOTICE TO LIQ.ITOK DRAbEKS.
OFFICE CLERK OE COUNCIL, 1
July 16, lt66. J
THOSE PEK80NS WHO HAVE FILED THEIR
Applications for License to Retail Spirituous Li
quors, and thoao who havo mado application and Lave
not returned the same, are horeby notified to report at
this Office by To-,Vor row, 17th inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
or else be aubject to the penalties of tho Ordinance regu
lating Licenses. W. H. SMITH,
July 16_ 2 Clerk of Council.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
TOWN OF 8UMMERVILLE. SO. CA.
OWNERS OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
within tho corporato limits Town of Summervillo
are hereby notified that tho Olork will be at tho Town
Hall on 10th. 14th. 17th. and 21st of July, from 10 A. M.
to 2 P. M., to receive returns of property.
ff}Owners of lots (with and wltbont houses upon them),
residing In the city of Charleston, will tab o notice, and
mako their returns In duo time.
The Taxes win be collected in the month of August,
of which notice will be given.
By order of Council. JAMES PUR0ELL,
COLLECTION OP ACCOUNTS AND HOUSE
THE SUB80RIBER HAVING DETERMINED TO
devote bis time to the collection of accounts and
house rents, respcotfully solicits the patronage of his
frlonds and the public, and promises strict attention to
the Interests of those who may entrust their business
to his care.
Any communications for him left at the muslo store
of Mesirs. ZOQBAUM, YOUNG & CO., corner King
and Berros ford streets, or at his residence, No 05 Com
ing-street, will meet with prompt attention.
July* wimO J. CLAUDIUS MILLER.
EXCHANGE ON NEW TOBE
AT BIGHT. FOR SALE BY
I8AAO E. HERTZ & CO.,
July 16_No. 201 East Bay.
1 r\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING A8
L\J 800IATION 8T0CE.
Apply at this office. Julv 13
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 9 TO
19 o'clock, at White Point Gardon Bathing He use.
July 10_P. KILROY, Proprietor.
HAS JUSTREOEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS ?F SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE OREY CLOTH, manufactured expresslyfor civil
ian's summer and early fall wear In the South. WiU
be sold In Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B. These shades will always be found In my store.
HENRY TRENOHAKD, formerly Cl th manufacturer
for tbe Confederate States Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
cbanfc ? street, Charleston. 8. 0.
tar Will barter for Wool. lmo June 28
E. LOUIS LOWE,
(Formerly of Mar viand),
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
NO. 30 WALL-STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
July 16 mw8*
DR. JOSEPH RASKY,
WELL KNOWN IN CHARLESTON, 8. O., HA8
returned, and will be pleased to Bee his friends
and former patrons at the PAVILION HOTEL, be
tweon ten A. M. and five P. M., until further notice.
The celebrated TOOTH POWDER can be had at his
office. 3? July 14
WILL PUR0HA8E AND SELL STOCKS AND SE
CURITIES OK ALL KINDS, Merchandise, Pro
duce, Ac. ; act as A y ont in any mercantile or commercial
interests entrusted to his oare. He will give his best
and careful attention to tho balancing and adjusting of
Book?, Accounts, .vc.-; Collecting, also, a 1 writing of
Bunds, Contracts, Letters, Arc.
Prompt attention guaranteed, and a portion of the
patronage of the public solicited.
Office at CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS,
N. W. corner Church t>nd Broad-streetB.
July 3 lmo*
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others.
PHLOT Se STIERFESEE,
Adjusters of Books and Accounts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING UP,
Adjusting and Balancing Books. WiU also en
gage to oonduot books, make out acoyunta, Ac, by the
mouth or year, on reasonable terms.
Bookkeepers assisted at their places of business.
Office at their Commercial School Room,
Corner of Wontworth and King streets.
June 37 lmo
DR. M. GREENLAND
HAVING TAKEN THE DRUG STORE, NO. 45 OAL
HOUN STREET, corner of Middle, and having
procured a fresh supply of DRUdS, "EDICINB, PEtt
EU.MKRY and DYE STUFFS, respectfully offers the
same to his friends and tho community, and hopes by
strict attention to meet their patronage.
Physicians prescriptions promptly and carefully com
pounded, mwfia July 9
THE PUBLIC ABE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by tho same person who made them for over twenty
years for James Moorhead. He having the original re
ceipt, can oonQdently recommei d them equal to any
made during M?oi bead's life time.
Soil in quantities to suit purchasers at No 90 CAL
HOUN-STUEKT, south side, between Meeting and An.
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa,
DBS RAOUL A LYNAU HAVE RECEIVED BY 7HB
above steamers a large and select ?apply .<f PER
FUMERY AND FANOY ARTICLES. Also, CONGRESS,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATEU8 and a foil assort
m. nt ol PATKNT AND OTHER MEDICINES.
No appeals made to anonymous
Certificates, but names of re
sponsible parties always pro
duced, as recent fires in this
CITY ALONE will attest.
The advantages of
MARVIN'S DRY FILLING
are very apparent, vizj
IT DOES NOT MOLD THE CONTENTS Or THE
IT NEVER CAN RUST THE IRON.
AND WILL ALWAYS REMAIN PERFECTLY FIRE
The disadvantages arising from filling Saleb with
Plaster atid IVaftr, as is tbo caso with nearly a!! those
now in use, are as follows:
1. The water soon rusts holes through the Iron oi the
2. It makes tbo Interior damp; molding books, papers,
&c, and if left cloBOd a long timo ruins them entirely,
3. By the rapid evaporation of tho water, the Safe
very soon loseB Hb fire-proof qualities, and Is thereby
THEREFORE PARTIES PURCHASING SHOULD IN
VARIABLY FIND OUT WHAT THE SAFE IS FILLED
Samples of all manufactures on hand for csamina
Call or send for Illustrated Catalogues.
Safes of other manufacturers taken in trade.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
NO. 203 EAST BAY,
July 16 1 Sign of Marvin's Safe:
SI/MMBR B01BTS AND HITS.
Mrs S. J. COTCHETT'S,
No. 263 King-st.5
A FEW OF THE LATEST STYLES
GIPSEY QUEENS, &c, ?to,
The LadieB are invited to call and examine.
July 13 2
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WIIILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STREET.
June 16 fxow2moo
CUE LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND rVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, ODES, ftc
WILLIAM G, WHILDEN & CO.,
Jane 18 fmw?moa No. 265 KINO-STREET.
PLATED AND SILVER 8POONP
FORKS, CABTOR8, TEA TRAYS
DISH COVEH8, TABLE MAT8
TABLE OUTLKRY and
For sole by WALLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM 6. W HILDEN & CO.,
Jnne 16 fmwQmos No. 266 KINO-STREET.
?lies and e?e-glasses
PEREOBOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SUIT ANT
WILLIAM G. WUILDEN & CO.,
Jane 16 fmw2mos No. 366 KINO-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM a. WllILDEN & CO.,
No. 256 KINO-STREET.
WATCHES AND JfEAVICl.lt V REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
Jane 16 fmw2mos
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements onoe more for the manufacture of
the beet COTTON GINSovor msdo In this country, sre
now prepared to receive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The loug established and well known roputatlon of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a safiQ
olont u?aron toe that tho artiolo will glvo eutiro satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT ft CO.,
May 14 _Wlnneboro, S. O.
JOS. H. KISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC.,
No. llO EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACOOMMODA.TIOM WHARF1?