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CJMRLESTON DAILY NEWS,
Q. R. OATHOART, Edito*.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MOUTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
DAIL?-SU bTWCTHS.? O?
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
apTHB IjISM? OF LKTTKRS re
mainin? in tho PostorTioe at trie end
o? euoh xveel* is publisheelofi?oiuUy
in THE DAILY NEWS everyFri
Hod. J. II. Reagan, l?to Confederate Poat
mnstor-Genernl, was married on the 30th ult., to
Mies Mollie F. Taylor, of Anderson county,
It ie reported in Washington that Secrotary
Seward has prepared a loiter of resignation. Ilia
object is thought to be to induce other more ob
noxious members of tho Cabinet to follow his ex
ample. His resignation will not bo accepted.
A revolution br. ko out at Qjuaives, H iyti, July
5, and spread through tho adjoining territory.
All communication was suspended botween tho
north and the capital. Busiuess was also sus
A violent personal assault has been committed
within the Capitol, in Washington, on the person
of N. H. Painteu, Clerk of tho Committee on
Post?nicos and Poet Roads, by two porsons, Ben
jamin B. BEVEninoE and Edward Towers.
The stoamer Marathon, which arrived at New
York on the 16th, reports that at 10:30 P. M., on
the 4th instant, she exchanged signala with tho
Great Eastern, ten miles southeast of Fastnet.
Tho Maratiion saw three icobergs six miles east
of Cape Raco.
A Louisville dispatch says a great Southern
Telegraph Company is beiug formed there with a
capital of a million dollars. General Kirby Smith
is President, with his headquarters in Louisville,
and Oeneral Don Carlos Buell Vier-President.
More than half tho stock is already subscribed.
Captain Russell, of tho steamer Thomas Keh-o,
which camo up on Wednesday morning from Nor
folk, reporta having passed off Poplar Island a
French war steamer bound up tho bay. As ?he
was not signalled at a late hour in the evening, it is
supposed Bhe may havo gone into Annapolis
The British forces which havo been stationed
for some time at Fort Erie were to break camp on
the 16th instant and leave for St. Catherines,
Where the regulars tyre to remiiu and the volun
teers to be disbanded. A British gunboat is to bo
stationed on the river as a guard against Fenian
A pirate craft arrived in Gdlveaton harbor on
tho 3d instant, wearing tho black flag and carry
ing six guns on each side. City officers rowed
out to her in a rowboat, but were fired upon and
'^. forcod to n tire. The pirates thou steamed away.
A united States gunboat followed some time, but
could not overtake her.
Tho Zauesville, Ohio, Courier, in noticing tho
contemplated visit to that city of Mr. Georoe
Peabody, the distinguished London banker, says:
"Among the latest benevolent deeds of this
world renowned humanitarian is tho gift of ?50,
OOOapieco to each of his four nephews in the east;
among them Mr. AnTuun Peabody, formerly local
reporter of the Courier. "
The Athen um says that General Beneoek,
who at first refused to havo any special corres
pondent in his camp, and then proposed an ex
ception in favor of Mr. W. H. Bussell, has had
to withdraw his prohibition. Mr. Charles Boneh I
accompanies the Austrian army as correspondent
of the Daily News. Other names have already
been given as representing the rest of tho Lon
The steamer City of Paris, Captain Kennedy,
bas made another quick passage across tho At
lantic. She left New York on June 23d, at noon,
and arrived at Quceustown at half-past five on
the morning of July 2, thns crossing tho ocean in
tho short time of eight days, twelve hours and
thirty minutes actual timo. This, it is said, is
tho quickest passage ever made between Now
York and Quceustowu.
Tho Official Gazette, of Hanover, gives tho fol
lowing as the losses of the Hanoverian troops in
the late encounter with the Prussians: Silled?
22 officers, 208 non-commissioned ofiicors and sol
diers, 17C horses. Wounded? 78 officers, OCG non
commissioned officers and soldiers, 72 horses.
Besides which thero are missing 812non-commis
' sioned officers and soldiers. Probably tho greater
?part of these last havo been made prisoners.
The Hanoverians made prisoners of 8G0 soldiers
and 10 oflk-ers, who were liberated the next day.
Tho New York Herald ears : "Tho call for a
Convention of tho loyal Southerners is in itsolf a
curious atlair. But where will intelligent loyal
Southerners of an original type be found in suffi
cient numbers to fill any respectably sized hall in
either of our large cities ? Tho negroes, who are
tho real, true, ?imon-puro loyalists of tho South,
will bave to be called in to fill up the benches.
Here is a good chanco for Wendell Phillips,
Lloyd Garrison, Henry Ward Beecher, Horace
Gbeeley, tho Rev. Mr. Cueeveb, and other pure
and unadulterated worshippers of tho negro, to
establish a new party on the platform of negro
In Austria people aro so dismayed by the suc
cess of the Prussians that somo aro found suffi
ciently lost to all eeneo of propriety as to desig
nate as a traitor General de Gablenz, whoa*?
corps was destroyed at Trautouau?Gablenz, the
brilliant, tho audacious hero of tho >? ar with Den
mark, who, not long since, could not bo sufficient
ly feted?a man who is ohi vainc loyalty personified.
His misfortune w is that a division of the Prusstau
Guard, by dint of forced inarches, was enabled
to fall on bis flank. Origually a command in
Italy was off rod him, but he domanded to serve
in Bohemia, that ho might havo an opportunity to
take his revenga on the Prussians, who chased
him from Holstein, and who have now so complete
ly conquered him.
SUT AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor oj
the Daily News, No. 18 Eayne-street, Charleston,
S. O. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return fefected communica
Advertisements outside of the city muttbe accompa
nied with the cash.
f ATUItDAY MORNING. JULY 21. IStiC.
tue burnt, district.
Wo have before us n copy of tho CharloB
ton Mercury of 12th Decomber, 1861, in
which is contained tho announcomont of
?'The Groat Fire" that wnB swooping through
tho city while the stained and ragged shoot
was thon passing through the press.
Quartvr-pasl 5 o'clock.? Ah tho clock of St.
Michael's tolla tho ouartor, tbo Cathedral steeple
Iiiih fallen with a tremendous crash. The Gathe
drill i? burning furimibly ; UkewlM 8t. Andrew'?
Hall and Mr. Potignrij mansion ; and ne the flumes
have now crossed Broad-street and tho wind has
not lulled, tho tire will not st- p short of the river.
Such is the record as given in the last bul
letin, and the prophecy was fulfilled to the
A subsequent iosuo on tbo 17th gives tho
dreadful details, filling six or eight column?
of that then enterprising paper; tho list of
houses burnt alone occupies ovor four columns
of close Bet up typo.
Wo could reprint muoh that would roally
interest our readers, but wo pass to the figures
of losses. Tho Mercury says :
Tho wild gueuses which wore at first prevalent
have given way before close calcul?t ion, aud we
are now ahlc t? present some rens-tial'lo views of
the actual amouut of losses and insurance. It is
safely estimated that tho 1->h8>b iu real estate is
fully three million ?oe hnndrtd thousand doliars.
Un this there wan insurance for about one million
five hundred thousa d dollars only. Tho sweep
of tho oonlligialion was eighteen hundred yards
by an average breadth of three uuudred yardtj.
The hopes entertained of a speedy restora
tion of tbo bouses of the thousands who were
made houseless on that droary night, have
uever been realized. War'B slorn realities
caused an entire abandonment of the proposed
rebuilding, and we are still kopt in remem
brance of that terrible calamity by the tot
tering walls and gaunt chimneys that oome
to view constantly.
We have reverted to this great loss to
Charleston because we think the time is op
portune for inaugurating some measures look
ing at least to the making an honorable ef
fort to negotiate a loan of $3,000,000, with
which to rebuild our waste places.
It is proper to say that tho remarks of tho
lion. Gko. A. Trenholm, hoiuo weeks ago, at
tho quarterly meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce, inspired a very general hope in
the community that his clear and practicable
views would have ero this been called into
requisition by the proper authority, our City
Council. We do not profess to be able to de
termine if euch a loan as Mr. Trenholm
suggested could bo negotiated ; but as a plain
business calculation, with gold at 50 premi
um, wo vejUure the opinion that thero are
Bomo capitalists who would give a preference
to a G per cent, bond, secured by a mortgage
of that beet of all securities, real estate,
payable in currency, and eventually redeem
able in coin. Cannot tomo Alderman put the
ball in motion?and try ?
THE MAP OF EUliOPE.
Our Gorman friends on tho other side of
the water are hard at work trying to perfect
that ever imperfect piece of workmanship,
tho Map of Europe. Wars innumerable
have been fought, and many Conferences,
Congresses and Conventions held, to deter
mine boundary lines, or change the t?aid
Map. And at the oloae of each job of this
kind, each of the contracting parties is sup
posed to believe that tho arrangement just
entered into will be perpetual. But it would
appear the lines are not firmly Bet. A pass
ing cloud of passion often obscures tho vision
of some one of the five great powers, render
ing it entirely unable to Bee those perpetual
This is the case at this time. New lines
.are cut, and out deep. MountainB are levell
ed, at least to all intents and purposes. Those
mountains between Saxony, Prussia and Ho
bemia, bave proved no obstacle to the im
petuosity of tho advancing Prussian hosts.
Tho ?olid Austrian phalanxes gave way again
and again before tho borussian onset; and
tho consequence will bo, wo four, that the
days of the Austrian monarchy are number
ed. Ifsheisoot entirely blotted out of the
Map of Europo, she will hereafter form only
an insignificant oomponent of the continental
brotherhood of States.
The decisive battle was fought July 3d
before Konigsgratz ; the King of Prussia
commanding the army in person. The battle
lasted twelve hours. Tho rout of the Aus
triaos was complete. 1 hree Archdukes were
wounded Prince Lichtenstein and Prince
Windischora?tz were taken prisoners. The
Prussians took over 14,000 prisoners, be
sides all the wounded left on the field; also
11G pieces of cannon, and innumerable tro
phies of every description.
This battle will bo known in history by tho
name of Skdowa (a small towu in tho
vioiuity of Konigsgratz), where tho Prussian
centre waB located.
The important fortresses of Josephstadt,
Konigpgraiz and Pardulilz, thus have fallen
into the hands of the Prussians; Benedee
compelled to evacuate Bohemia, and retreat
into Moravia. The road to Prague and to
'Vienna is open. Auotria cannot possibly
bring up euffiuiont reinforoeraeuts in time
Horiously to obeok the onward march of Prus
sia. Hoi best troops have been routed; the
army boooming rapidly domoralizod, and tho
pooplo despair of bucoobs.
Wo fear tho disonso is too vital to bo reach
ed by court-mnrtinlHng a fow generals. Aus
tria has coded Vonotia to Franco. Italy and
Prussia, wo nro told, aro hot yet satisfied.
Tho aim of tho former is to drive Austria
entirely from the Adriatic, detach lllyrin,
Croatia, and porh.aps sonic othor provinces
from her. Tho object of Uismark is to
drivo Austria clean out of Gormnny. And
now thcso two grasping powora have tho ad
vantage, they aro not slow to nmke uso of it,
and will, doubtlost?, bo exorbitant in their
Tho battle ofSodowa haslihemtod Venice;
but tho Pope objects to Venetia being incor
porated with tho kingdom of Italy. Fio
Nono Iovob not his son Victor, nor this othor
son, Garibaldi. But what mnttor what the
Pope likes or not likes ? Manifest destiny
bath declared that Italy shall bo one, and
the Popo might as woll Btand on the beaoh
luidtry to koop out tho Mediterranean with
thatpitoh-fork, as keep things as they aro and
have been. lie had better look elsewhero
for lodgings. Tho Vatican will soon bo
wantod for other purposos.
How doos tho Popo oxpect to contend
against his enemies, especially now that Aus
tria, his hereditary ally, is hopelessly crush
ed ? The four millions he is trying to raise
in Wall Btreot will hardly bo sufficient to put
an army in tho field to fight Victor Eman
Franco at present holds Kenetia. What
, she will do with it is not yet known. She is
to get a handsome feo for her mediatorial
service Tbo French papers already specu
late on it, and suggest that Belgium and part
of tho Rhino Provinces would bo a suitable
compensation. Tho reason they only desire
part of the Rbino Provinces at this timo is,
doubtless, owing to the fact, that a part only
belongs to the German Conf?d?ration, the
other pan belonging to Prussia, which it is
thought might, porhapB, be able to protect its
own, evon against French Bwords and bayo
Wasted, a portable sibaji e\
GINE, from 6 to 8 horse power. fcecuud-t and
one will do. Apply to J. H. BAGOETT & CO . No. 10
Accommodation Wharf. July 21
WAGON WA.VTED_\ GllOOCUfJJITRV
MADE Plantation Wagon, suitable for two or four
mulos. E. DATES,
July 20_2*?_No. 12* Meeting-street.
WANTED, BV A YOUNG L.AOY, A SITUA
TMN a? TEACHER, either in iho city or coun
try. For furl lier particulars, inquire at this office.
WANTED TO HIRE, A SMALL HOl'SE,
containing 4 r.ioms. Address A. 13., Courier
Office, stating rout, location, ko. July 19
WA?TUD, BY A WIIITK WOMAN, A
?iinatlon as Chambermaid, can algo attend to chil
dren and do h>>u>ew?rk, and I* wiljlii;* to m?he JoTseli
H??n?rally ua-lul Apply at No. 20, BHOP, corner BtE
AND AHHLEY ?TBEBIU_July 8
WA-V'fKD, BV AIDING M \N, A SITUA
TION in some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been In tuat business on his own acconut. lie will
study the lnlore?t of hla employer, aud 1? willioR to
make htmRflf generally useful. Salary no object. Beat
of r?fereu?8 furnished. Addroaa "F." through the
Post'^oco, or apply at this office June 11
L08T, STOLEN, &o.
LOST, A NIGHT DOOR KKT AND A SIL
VEB PEN-HOLDKU with a GOLD PtN?not ot
much valiio to any one but the owner. A rowar 1 will
be given. Apply at this Ufllce._July 21
OST. F1 H OUI CHARL.K8TON At SA VAN.
NAH RAILROAD WHARF, A OYPRE88 CANO?
HUAT, about elwlreon feet long (baa had a large piece
broken out of the stern and shows the repairs). A lib
eral reward offered tor the same. Apply ai THIS OF
Jalj 19 _thatuO
I OST, A 'ILVKIl-MUUrVTBU MBB It?
J anil AU M PIPE; anppoaou to have been left in the
re?r coach ol tho Northeastern Railroad yesterday. The
Ander will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
the office of the Charleston Hotel._June 26
MVLK STOL.KN.-a? DOLLARS RE
WARD.?8tolen from my stable, at Danner'a
Oroaa Roads, St. Jamos' Gooaa Creok Parish on Tues
day night, Juno 20th, a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
aboi t 12 yeara old, in good condition. Halil Mole la
about 13 banda high, and baa white balr about the head
indicating age. The Mule waa seen in the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
night ot the robbery, going in the direction of the Dor
chester road, with a new bridle on, which waa taken
with the Mule. A reward of $25 will be paid for infor
mation letdfng to the recovery of the Mule, aod an ad
ditional reward will be given for evidence Bulnolent to
convict the thief. AddresB tho nndoralgncd, at Dan
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Courier Olllco. Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAQGETT.
FOU MAI.K, TUSO TWO ANO A HAI.*'
8rOUY WOODEN DWELLING HOUSE and
LUMBER now on the far t< in Bu'ledgo Avenue, Imme
diately north of Puiiigon'a Nursery. Tho purchaser
will be privileged to occupy and cultivate tho farm until
the tat or February next, at which dato the building
must bs rutnoved. Apply to
L. BUNOH k f ON,
July 21 _"2_No 0 0 King-street.
I>_KASANT HKSIDBNCE I.\ THUS AVK8T
BKN PAKT OF THE CITY? At Private Sale, a
cool and plea-antly Bituated DWELLIN , in tho wi>at
ern part of the City, In the immediate vlclnliy of Rut
ledge street. The house coutati'8 ten moms d nble
piazzas to the south, bathing room, and gasth'oughoui.
The )"t is large The ptenua?B are in une order, and
immediate possession can be given. Apply to
Z B. OAE8S,
July 21 3 No. * Broad-street.
FOR BALK, ATKN-IIORSK-TVIIOMAUV
h No INK AND BOILKH, now miming, and some
8baf?ing and Fuileys. Apply at this afllce.
LANDS POIl 8ALK-TIIK KUHSCIlIBUR
offera for sale all of his LANDS in the Fork of
Bdiato Hivers, Oratign'mrg District, from 6 to 7 miles
from Midway. 8 O. Railroad. Five places?one of 10? 0
aerea, whore be now resides; one of 700 acres. 440 acres,
SOU acres, 2tiu noiea; ail of Bald places are Improved by
opeu laud and otherwise, part nf the lands are river
lands On Sotitb Kdisto, and part first class plue lands;
or he will cut up said places lu traciB of any alz?? to suit
purchaser?. Address D. L. BUoNsoN,
July 3_tufijj_Midway 8. C.
FOR SA__, A BKAUTIFUL, NEW A\D
FA?-T--AIL1NG YACHT, thlrty-aeven feet long, 8
feet bran, copper faateuod; can accummo 'alo from
twenty to twoi.tj-flv* pera na Her carrying capacity
nom? large, alie la well adapted for todlug pnrpnses,
being of light draft. Can be seen at tho wharf, near
Noi theaateru Kafir ad.
Ter a???lf :ash; ?nrt balance in sixty or nln6ty
daya. on approved security. Fo? further parti? ulara, ap
ply to EBAU ?H & MALLONEfS,
At their Planing Mill, near N. E. Ral toad.
LOTS AT ItlKBIISVILi K ? Ofttfi _..' _ P
LANl), et'uaed on Klng-street R ad, In tr?e moat
il.iiirl-lnwg porri n> of ?In? village of R kern villa; front
ou Ellin-street, IHO feet; Hklrvin-atreet, 14? feet; Lemon*
atiO' t, f,01 ted; Prlce-atreet, ?in feet, inoie or lots; with
a large building friz*., duel* ko., ko
lhe above Willie sold with or without the buildings.
SIX LOTS ne*r theabov , fronting on ttfree atre?ta;
grouuu high and dry. Apply _ ? _ _
Juli 17 6 No. ? RADOLIFFE-BTBEET.
washington light ikfantity ch\il
Attend tue monthly au.etino this even
ing (22.1 foiling on Suudiiy, lu Mu?.,nu Un 11, at 8
o'clock. J. L HONOUR,
Ally 21 _1_ Secretary and Ircasuror.
WAr?HINGTO* AItTII.LK.UY CHARITA
THERE WILL'BEA ME-TIN? (?F THIS SOCIETY,
ou Monday Keening tin? 13d liiRt. at bavlf-paat h
oVlock, at tbe Hopo Enfuie Hall. A lull atU-ntianco i
reqnsBted. DAViD s. OU i TINO,
July SI '- b'ecrotury.
TO RENT, &c.
TO IIKNT?IIV UAItltlKL DeWITT- A
com'ortatilo t?o nn?I a half atory DWELLING In
siitnmcrvilli?, on a Loin of ol? it twelve mouths. Ap
ply to above, at northwest corner of Klon and Spri"K
Bti c'^s._July 18
F O II ? K ?V T , TI1AT COHPHR1 ABLR
RESIDENCE lu the frurn of Siimmcrville, known
SB Dr. GELZER'3 HOU?E, lot m-asuiins; ?no anil a
quarter BOTOS, m ro or less, lions* contains four rooms
und pantry, with kiteben, servants* rooms, carriage
bouse, stoblo. vegntab o garden, Ac. To an approved
U-naut, rent will bo moderate. Apply to L. BUNCH ft
SON. No 000 KING STREET. WB_Juno '?0
TO IlEIVT. THAT TUHEIC ANO A HALF
8TOUY DniCK IIOUHK. No. 7(5 Aiison-siroet, op.
ponlte 8t t?tepboi>'s Cbapel, containing six sqaara rooms
and two stilcB with dressing rooms attached. Pohscb
siou given immediately. Apply to
NATUaN .?? OTTOLENGUI.
Southwest corner Meeting and Woutworth-streots.
July 10 tbFinwf?
THE CONNECTION BE i WEI-N WILLIAM 8. COR
WIN & CO. of Now York, and J F. CARTER. Suc
cessor of tup firm of STYLES & CARTER, bavin? been
dissolved. Mr. E. R. P \TTKllSON, of Char rBton, 8. C,
will conduct tho TURPENTINE, BOSIN AND OIL BO".
SINEaS. as ngotit of tho uuderHliini'd. OfUVo CORNER
OF EAST BAY AND UU1GNARD STREETS.
Jnly '?0__B_W. 8. f.'O.iWIN k CO.
THE DNDER8P.NED HAVING Tills DAY FORMED
a Copartnership uuder tho Rtvle of HtlEPUEHD,
1>D0 k COHEN, for roanufaturiUK TINWARE of ail
descriptions. Thoy will also deal In Stoves, Orates and
Bouse Furnishing Goods, at No. 422 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, I860. McDUFF COHEN.
July 17_ lino*
THE COP \KTN RUS Fill?
HERETO FORE EXISTING BETWEEN JOHN KENI
FIcK and A. O. BaRBOT, in carrying on a Drug
IliiRinohs at No. *8 Broad-s reet, bus boen dissolved by
the death of tho former.
Iho buaincHS will bo hcreaftor conducted by tho
nnrierslgned, ander tbe name of GELDINGS k BAU
BOT. Dr. J. P. H. OEDDING8.
July 16 6 A. O. BARBOT.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFOKE EXISTING
radar tho name and style of AUSTIN & ALBEE
bas this day dissolved, according to ai tides of agree
ment. (Signed.) KAHLEM AUSTIN.
CHAULE?! H. ALBEE.
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND OLAB8 BU?INE?8, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will ho'esfter bo conducted in tbe
name of ALBEE k WARREN, No. 42 MARKET
bTREBT. CHARLES H. AL?EE.
THE FIRM OF HUGER AND HASELL IS THIS DAY
dissolved by mutual cousent.
The business will hereafter be conducted by C. E.
HUGER, who is authorized to settle tbe affairs of the
C. K. HUGER, ) - .. ? ,.
BENTLEV D. HASELL, J G?no > Psrtnera.
M. E. JES?P & CO., Special Partners.
July 17 _10
L0?I8 COHEN HAt REMOVED FROM No. 248
KINO STREET to No 2*4, one door south of bis
old atand. fur one month, whLe tho above is undergoing
repairs. July 19
MES<?Ra. ALBEE k WARREN. LATE AUSTIN k
ALB ' E, nave removed from No. 42 Murkot
streetto No. 4 Qayoe-street, where they srUl continue
tbe PALST AND OIL BUSINES.S in all its branches, at
wholesale and retail. 3 July 19
E. n. WHITING,
OOBO^EU AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 3t OHAL
MERS-STREET, North aide, neit door to Mr.
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors oast of Most.
ing-street. May 80
1 r\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING A3
L\J 80CIATION STOCK.
Apply st this office. Julv 13
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 1 TO
3 o'clock, at White Point Garden Bathing H< nse.
TO-MORROW (Sundsy) the Udo will bbivo tram 2 to
Jnly 21 P. KILROY, Proprietor.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Drawn Daily at CoviDgton, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to $20.
C1IRCULAR8 8ENT FREE OF CHARGE ORDERS
/ for TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed bb soon - s the Lottery Is
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery?30,000 Tickets; 696
Prizes. Capital Prize, $100,000. Draws tho 16th and
31st of ca-vh month. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Haeol street, or Key Box 62, Postoffico.
HAS JUS r RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE GREY CLOTH, inanutacturedexpresslyfor civil
Ibq'b summer and early fall wear in the South Win
be sold in Suits, or email lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B These tha?es will always bo tound in my st/iro.
HfcNRY THENOHAKD, formerly Gl tb manufacturer
for tbe Co tedoraio States army. Nob. 17 and 18 Ex
change atreet, Obarleston, B. O.
#3- Will barter tor Wool. loto Juno 28
SOLICIT* PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
OBANIOAL WORKS, to wtt: Repairs Wolghlng
8cales, Letter Presses, Printing Presse?; makes and re
psh-8 Hoisting MaonlneBfor8toros; makes oil kindB oi
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
ali?nerai run of BLAOKSiHTH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. ABCH'D MiXElSH,
VI > lls.it.pr>? N? ' I'll?*****!**?? ' <?,r<w"t.
i f\f\ OASES OF 8HOE8, COMPRISING SUMMER
I ' )\J STYLES, for Ladles, .outs atidObildron, aro
offered AT RETAIL, for two montns, at No. 187 MEET
ING-STRrvET, UP Kl'AIRS, noarlp opposite to Haynti
Btreet. All pnrchasors will certainly aivo nfty reniaon
each pair oi Shoes, together ?Uli bavin? a prime article
for wear. JOHN COMMIN8,
No. 137 Meetlutt-Htret-t, Um Stairs,
Jnly 8 tnlhsO_Sign "' tin- Btg flhoe.
THEODORE F. CHUPJSIN, Ueiitist,
Office No.?? Es^275.Kini-st.
HAVING RET?RNEO TO MY NATIVE CITY, AF
TER an ahssneo of five years, I tender uiy Pro
renntonal Services to my friends, the I?rm?r patlonts oi
the late Dr. Wvt. t-. Mi<NKKELDT(my preo-pt >r). and
thepnbllc ceneralty. By the opportunities aud tbe many
r*re advantages recently enjoyed (sine- tbe disbanding
of ?he ai rnlpB). I a o ens .led to offer the l.ATKBT
STYLES OF WO E and tne Uo8T IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT FOB, THE TEETH
June 38 thstoamo
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THK BIJOOE8TION ?F
tho .Senators and Representatives from tho Eleotoral
District of Charleston lu tho IStaU? Legislature, a
PUBLIC MEETING of tho electors of Charleston will be
hold at 8 o'clock, on the _-i?l Instant, at Hibernian Ball,
for tho purooso of arlectlng Deligutes from tho Elcotora)
District to the State Convention to bo hold lu Columbia,
iu conformity with the suggestlutiH of thoOovernor.
Tho object 1b by joint action to prevent Centraliza
tion, to Meara tuo OonsUtatioaai iti.his of these Com
uiomvoalth?, to vindicate their StatunhiJ, and to main
tain tlieir liberties under the organic law.
July Jl 2
UNION BANK OF LONDON,
PAYABLE ON DIM AND.
SIGHT CHECKS ON NEW YORK.
For silo by
WILLIAM B. HERIOT & CO.,
Bankers und Insurance Agi-uts,
No. 37 Broad ttri'bt (upstairs.)
July *rt niutii:i
BILLARP'SLETTERS^ILLUSTRATED, I VOL.. $I.6C
THIRTY YEARS OF ARMY LIFE ON TUE BORDER,
Rby Colouel R. B. Mauhy, U. 8. A., with numerous il
lustrations. 1 vol. 8 mo. |3.00
RESOURCES AND PROSPECTS OF AMERICA, by
BirS. Morton Petto. Bart. I vol. $2.OC
For Balo by
July 20 > .,. 285 Klug Btr?ot.
LIFE Ai\D CAMPAIGNS
LIEUT.-ftEff. THOMAS J. JACKSON
Prof. R. L. DABNEY, D. D,.
OF THE UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, VA1
ILLUSTRATED WITH STEEL POIiTIUIT AND
JOHN H. THOMAS IS AN AUTHORIZED AGENTTO*
obtain subscribers to THIS BOOK, aDd will call upon
the citizens in Wards 6 and 6, and can bo found at No.
40 LINE-STRET, from 2 to 6 o'clock, dally.
July 20 3
LOVERS OF THE ABOVE DELICIOUS AND HRALTH?*.'
BEVERAGES STUL CON INUE TO ASSEMBLE.
AT THE 8TORE OF
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
JVC?. 250 KING-STBEET, OPPOSITE BASEL'..
To partake of what may bo really called a glass of
OOOL AND 8PARELISG
SODA WATER OR POLAR BEER.
THE FBU?T BYRUP8 ARE WARRANTED MADE'
from tho Natural Frul's, and not from French Ex
tracta, Olla. Acida, and Coloring Fluids, so extensively,
aaed and so lnjn ioua to tbe hralih.
With an experience of Ave ?.earn In <h? manufacturing
of SODA WaTER AND SYRUPS, and with a variety of
twenty-one Syrups prepared with great care, enables
tho proprietor to asauro tho Publl i that he feela well
qualified to satisfy tho tastes of all that favor him with
CUT?LIST OF SYRUPS-OUT.
LEMON. ORANGE. SHERBET.
SARSAPAR'LLA. OINGER. CAPSICUM.
8AB8AFBAS. VANILLA. CHOCOLATE..
NEOTAR. ORGEAT. ROiiE.
RASPBERRY. PINEAPPLE. MAPLE.
STRAWBERRY. BaNaNA. BLACKBERRY."
OATAWEA. HOOK. COFFEE.
OREVM SYRUP PREPAHED FRE8H DAELY, and?
flavored with any of the above Syrupa.
Byrnpa by the bottle and gallon. Dealers supplied at .
July 12 _thstn
BEDFORD'S POLAE BEER.
THE WELL-KNOWN PROPERTIES OF THIS POPU
LA tl and Rofreablng Beverage, ro? dor comrnont
unnecessary. It is manufactured tN Till ELY FROM
ROOTS, AND ONTHEPHEM18ES.
Since the introduction of thU Refreshing and Invigo
rating Beverage through tho Polar Soda and Beer Foun
tain, it ha? mot with a steady sale, and every one who -
partakoa of it pronounces it really d -Unions.
1 he proprietor need only to asauro tho patrons of tbe
POLAR BEER, that in order to rouln tbe reputation It
baa now obtain? d, tie will continue to mato it from the .
original recipe, feeling con till "lit ih it its con luued suc
cess dependa entirely upon the? good quality of lta
6 0KNT8 PER GLASS, 15 0ENT8 PER QUAKT. 80
OENT8 PER GALLON._thi-tu_July 12
CLARETS, WIVES AND I OltDIALS.
THE UNDERSIGN ?ID OALL8 THE PARTICULAR,
attention of the CONNOIdSlrURS <>f SUMMER
I) it INK-, that he baa reciivod dlroot trono tho Importing
House of WM. 8. CORWIN k Co., of New York, au In
voice of OUOIOE TABLE OLARKTS. WINES AND
CORDIALS, which will bo dispose.i of at Now York
These Wines ere warranted IMPOHTED, and aa suob
wlU suit tho ft nest taaie. Tboy need only a trial to con
vince tho consumer of their superior qualities. Tbo fol
lowing list embraces a portion of tho - tock on hand :
Johnstons & Son's Medoc,
Bennec?e k Co. BouilUc
Chateau Margeau, 1801
at Louis, 1857
ilhateati Murgnati, 1851
Chateau Lufttte, 1851
E. E. B. cordially extends to strangT?, as well aa tho
resident publlo, an invimtlou to inspect this atock ot
WINES, assuring them that a call will incur not tbe.
least obligation to purchase.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
NO. 269 KING SrBEET, OPPOSITE HA8EL.
July 12 _tbettt
COLD, STRONG AND PITRE,
DRAWN FROM HINPERMY'iR'.j OELEBRATED?
POROELAIN LINED FOUNTS,
CHOICEST SYRUPS SERVED.
TWELVE TXCKBTS FOB. UNE IJDLLAIl,
No. 238 King-street.
July IG 6