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CHARLESTON DAIL? NEWS,
Q. R. CATHCART, Edito*.
cathcart, Mcmillan & morton,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
OAJLY-TWLLVB MONTHS.~~ ^..610.0U
BINGLE COPIES.0 cents
LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
8TTHK LIST OW L.BTTTKRB re
mnininn In the Postorrloe at the end
of each week is vu.??lish.e<l otHoially
In. THB DAILY NfliWS every Fri
Heavy marino disasters are reported along the
It is estimated that tho cost of transmitting
mosBRgos through tho Atlantic telegraph cable
will bo about $2000 for twonty words.
General Sheridan, at Now Orleaus, telegraphs
the Secrotary of War that bodies of French troops
are still being landed at Vera Graz.
Wm. B. Abtob, of New York, this yoar returns
an inoomo of $1,154,050, Cornelius Vanderhilt
returns 5G23.9G0, and Edward S. Jaffray $082,
A Prussian soldier's daily ration consists of
half a pound of meat, a suQicient quantity of vege
tables and bread, cofloo, a little brandy and some
Major-Goneral John A. Drx was recently ap
pointed Minister R?sident at the Hague, General
Sickles having declined, and his name waa Bent
to the Senate.
A mass meeting was held in Augusta on the
evening of the 25th inst., to appoint dolegates to
a District Convention, which will chooso delegates
to the National union Couvention at Philadelphia.
The Freedmou's Bureau in Princess Anno
county, Va., have decided that a negro who atole
a gentleman's breading sow and kept ber until
ehe had pigs, is entitled to the pige if he returna
In reply to the question "What class of people
in the South are tbo most loyal to tho Union?"
General Steedman, instead of praising the negro,
as the questioner expected, answered very laconi
cally: "The returned robel soldiers."
Gov. Worth, of North Carolina, on the 23d
inst., issued a proclamation relating to the juris
diction of tho Civil Oonrts, in casen where negroes
are concerned, similar to the proclamation issued
not long since by Gov. Oaa in this State.
The last will and testament of the late Lewis
Cass was admitted to probate at Detroit, Michi
gan, latoly. The value of the estate ia estimated
at one million dollars. The internal revenue
atamos upon tim probate or tim ?-iii ia f sou.
Several persons diod, in Baltimore, on Tnoaday,
from the effects of heat. Horses gave out in
every direction, and nearly all out-door labor
ceased before noon. Tu ken altogether, a similar
intensity of heat has not been felt ia Baltimore
for many years.
' A New York letter says : "The imports of dry
goods at thia port for the week add $1,413,181,
against $1,396,000 tbe corresponding week last
year, and $620,414 tho same week in 1864. The
dry goods imports for the past fiscal year were
the heaviest over known."
Vessels now run direct from Europe to Chicago.
The brig radar, from Bergan, Norway, which port
ehe left April 13, arrived at Chicago recently,
having a cargo of 1500 barrels of Norwegian fleh.
She was detained at Montreal throe weeks, to get
a permit to pass through the St. Lawrence canal.
The National Intelligencer understands from Mr.
GoBHiGHT, agent at Washington of the Associated
Press, that in case of the success of the Atlantic
Telegraph enterprise, the oxpenso of two mes
sages a day from London, of twenty words each,
wilt be two thousand dollars a week to the news
papers receiving Associated Pross dispatches.
Tho President, on Monday, pardoned A. E. Max
well, of Florida, Confederate ex-Senator, on the
recommendations of Senators Wilson and Fosteb,
John W. Forney and other Radicals. George
Davis, of North Carolina, Attorney-Gonoral of tho
Southern Confederacy at the time of its collapse,
waB pardoned by the President on Tuesday.
It seems that the rotten borough system of
sending delegates to the so-called Southern Loyal
Convention has been adopted. Not being ablo to
.secure suitable dolegates from some of the South
ern States, porsons residing in the North
"Northern men with Southern principles," per
haps-havo been selected to AU the seats. The
name of a rosidontof the State of Now York is
' appended to the call for the Convention as hailing
from North Carolina.
The Lynehbnrg Republican says : "Governor
Holden, so-called, of North Carolina, has return
ed from bia visit to Washington, and in his paper
takes ground against the Botts-Underwood Con
vention in September, because he wants to avoid
'entangling alliances.' He saya both the Presi
dent and Congress are honest, which is a pretty
strong sign that Holden is not. His feelings aro
ali radical, but he wants to kcop in with the Presi
dent until he gets to San Salvador."
The Mayor of Buffalo, New York, who ia a
Union man, having occasion to bo absent from
the city, tho Common Council elected a Demo
' eratic temporary Mayor, who withdrew all the un
confirmed nominations, and transmitted now ouch
.. of his own political complexion. They wero
promptly confirmed; and the new Mayor also ap
proved several ordinances which had been passed
by tho Common Council. Thia ia rogardod aa a
capital joke, as there is no chance to undo the
matter for a year.
Duplicate aud even triplicate five-twenty cou
pons, upon which the gold has. baan paid, aro
coming in at the Treasury Department in large
numbera. Whether the Government is tb con
io tinuo the payment of these Bpurious coupons,
; until the bonds become doe, remains to be seen,
aa no way to detect, the apurions from the genu
. ino baa yet been discovered. Was there ever any
where on the face of this habitable globe such an
aggregation of thieves, robbers," roguos, rascals,
scoundrels, villains and swindlers as tbero is at
this timo within tho bounds of tho United States?
Letters from tho City of Mexico roceivod boro,
contain tho intelligence that Maximilian has
signed a treaty with Mr. Dano, tho French
Minister, with the following provisions : "S>veu
thousand Fronch troops will rcmaiu in Mexico un
der Maximilian'? scrvico, and tho Mexican flag is
to support then? for fivo years; Franco will furnish
besides to tlio Maximilian Govornmont fivo hun
dred thousand <lolla.ru every mouth for fivo years
to meet Maximilian's civil expenses. Maximilian
is to give SB security for tho money thus advanced
and other claims tho railroad from Vera Cruz to
Mexico. Maximilian's revenues aro to bo collect
ed by French ofllcors."
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this journal must be addresned lo the Etlitor o]
the Daily News, No. l8 Hayne-streel, Marleston,
8. C. Business Oommuntiations to Publisher of
We cannot undertake io return rejected comniunica
Advertisements outside of the oily mutl be accompa
nied with the cash.
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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1%G.
WOLVES IN SHEEP'S OLOTRIXG.
In a recent number of "The Methodist," a
religious newspaper publbbod in New York
oity, wo find the following choice morceau,
pertaining to this old burgh of ours:
In tho Now York Proachers' meeting, . tho
queslionfor discussion was takon up, ana Rov.
Mr. Lewin, of Charleston addressed tho meeting.
Ho gavo-fl, stirring account of what our mibsiona
ries aro doing in the South, and of the state of
feeling among tho Southern pooplo with rofcrc?ce
to our Church. Ho went to Charleston in 18G5,
and had not loft tho field until tho present time.
All the missionaries had taken a decided anti
si i very position, and had faithfully prcaclu-d anti
CiiBtc to all the people. As a result", the white popu
lation gouernlly are hostile to them and their
preaching, while the colored people rushed into
their churches and becamo their warmest friendB.
They havo eighteen hundred live members in the
city of Charleston. Thoy have thrco fino con
gregations there, and have labored to establish
old fashioned Methodism. Thoy havo penetrated
the eouutry round about, preaching in the woods
and sleeping on the ground, forming societies in
forty different places. Tho 8outh Carolina Con
ference ?b a unit on the question of equal rights,
and tho great question of the day touching the
Mr. Lewis ia evidently opposed to the concilia
tion me .sures of uomeo'f hits brethren, and thinks
that a short residence in the South would effectual
ly euro those among us who advocate them. He in
sistb that the whites of tho South distrust the M. E.
Church, and that though slavery itself is dead, tho
Bpirit of it is alive and powerful. When be first
went South, they would touch their hats with
great politeness, and wero very conciliatory;
but now a atate of things exactly tho reverae of
this exists, and Mr. Lewis attributes the chango
to the policy of Mr. Johnson. Tho very worst re
sults may follow this policy of pacification.
Dr. Alonzo Webstor confirmed what Mr. Lewis
Baid with reference to the temper and attitude of
the pooplo South.
National indebtedness, heavy taxation, tho
wreck of ten thousand fortunes, and the hec
atomb of slaughtered victims, are not the
most lasting and terrible effeots of the war
through which we have passed-the most
ruinous and saddest effeot is the religious
or, more correotly, the irreligious develop
ments of this awful criais.
It is not tlio^prorogMivo of this journal to
inculcate religious loesons. But nono can
Jouy tlittt If Um Oh riot inn religion lins etuy
peculiarity at all distinguishing it from all
preceding religiouB developments, it ie its
peaceful and forgiving character. "Ye have
heard it hath been said by thom of old time,
thou ehalt love thy neighbor and hate thine
enemy ; but I say unto you love your enemies,
bless them that ourseyou, do good to thom that
hate you j" and the advent of the teaohor of
these doctrines was announced by heavenly
choristers who sang in glorious harmony,
"Peace on earth, good will toward men."
The Northern, particularly the New Eng
land Staten, have claimed to be eminently
Christian-i. e., eminently Chiist-like-i. e.,
eminently merciful, philanthropic and forgiv
ing. That is what they profess; but how do
facts support this profession. ? It is now no
torious that the most vindictive, blood-thirsty
and relentless sheets published North' are the
religious papers, and the most malevolont,
pitiless and unoompasBionate class are the
Northern clergy. Horace Greeley is now
an angel of compassion compared with these
editors and preachers who daily "breathe
out threaten!ngs and slaughter" against those
who differ with them on the one politioal
question of the day, viz: the unquestioned
supremacy of Now England in the national
oounoils and Government. Prominent among
this class- of relentless haters and infuriate
politioal incendiaries are those who ruBhed
to the Southern States as missionaries as Boon
as tho war was over. Under a canting phi
lanthropioal pretext, thoy have como among
us devoting thoir individual onorgies to the
prolongation of war's miseries by an indefi
nite protraction of civil confusion.
Armed with military orders and preceded
by glittering bayonets, they have taken pos
session of Southern ohurahos and church
property, and mock their assembled hearers
with political harangues and farcical decla
mations about rebels, race?, caste and equal
ity. But it is "thoir work and labor of love"
to beget hatred botween the white and ool
ored man. To accomplish this they have
stopped at no extreme and been deterred by
no Boruplee. Tho colored man is harangued
at the South, and the press of the North tooms
with their misrepresentations. The Southern
white man is held up in the religious press
in the North, in C mada and even in England,
as the deadly Upas that blights the mental
growth and the sooial development and re
ligious elevation of the block man. And ia
proportion as meroy is granted and politioal
toleration extended to him, in exact propor
tion is he revengeful, violent and revolution
The reverend gentlemen named ia the ex
tracts above, flying from tho heat and fever
of this Southern land, are spondiug the sum
mer ia fanning the political flame It will
novor bo known how much theao men havo
contributed to the crime that is now prevalent
in our community. It is not surprising that
their "godly.admonitions" to tbo colored
people against tbo claims of tho rebels havo
led to violence, collisions, riots and robbery.
But we urge our citizens to lot thom "run,
have free course and bo gloriflod." Thoi
fanaticism will provo its own eurreetion, nnd
a futuro day will convince the world, ns
thousands of the colored people hero aro al
rondy oonvincod, that it is noitbor religion,
philanthropy or love that prompts their la
bors, but political bato and lust of monoy and
WAGO/TS VS. RAILROADS.
A desire to give our readers a reasonable
variety of reading matter compols us to fore
go the publication of an endless number of
complaints about the South Carolina Rail
road,-principally regarding its tariff of rates
and genoral business arrangements.
It is not agreeable to have suoh things said
of our main trunk road, upon which Charles
ton depends almost entirely, but when wo
are informed that "the rates between Granit?
ville and Charleston aro so high that Mr.
Gregg ships his cotton goods to Augusta by
wagons, thence via Savannah to Northern
ports,"-it Is a very ead commentary on our
Speaking of Graniteville, reminds us of ano
ther fact. Mr. Gregg recently shipped from
England to Savannah 1500 tons of freight
(consisting of machinery) at the rate of
fifteen shillings a ton, or about 27 cents a
hundred in currency. From Savannah to
Augusta, if we are correctly informed, the
charge was 40 cents a hundred,-considera
ble of an advance over ocean rates. But
as the machinery carno nearer its South
Carolina destination, the rates rose in a kind
of geometrical progression. From Augusta
to Granitoville the ohargo was 20 cents a
hundred. Mark the contrast: From Li ver
erpool to Savannah, 27 cents a hundred, and
20 cents from Augusta to Granitevillo,-a
distance very considerably less.
From another sourco we hear of the ship
ment from this city, early in the presont
mooth, of a piece of machinery, and three
weeks afterward it had not been reoeived at
its destination,-a station on the Augusta
We learn that a very large number of
clerks have been discharged from the South
Carolina Railroad depot for want of some
thing to do. This does not surprise us, and
may bo regarded as proof that all the busi
ness of the Road has gone, on a Summer Ex
cursion, we suppose,-to Savannah or Wil
We understand that-Mr. Gregg ?b seriously
sontemplating the establishment of an oppo
RBt?nn Mu?? Expresa line from Granitov?l?? tn
Charleston, thus giving us a through route
from this oity to Augusta. We wish Mr. G.
every saooess in so laudable an enterprise.
Perhaps it may have a tendency to make the
South Carolina Railroad Company put forth
a little enterprise, and endeavor to keep
abreast of Mr. Ga egg's mules.
WANTED-A ClPtBLB COOK, OVE
who can come well recommended, and under
stands her business. Apuly at HABEL STREET, 3d
door below Anson. July 17
WANTED, A PORTABLE STEAM EV
GINE, from 6 to 8 horse power. Becood-hand
one will do. Apply to J. H. BAGQETT A CO., No. 10
Accommodation Wharf. July 21
A?TANTED, BY A YOUNG LAO V, A S1T?7A
VV TION .? TEACHER, either In the city or coun
try. For farther par Moulura, Inquire at Ulla office.
WANTED TO HIRE, A SMALL HOUSE.
containing 4 rooms. Address A. D., Courier
Office, stating rent, location, Ao. July 10
WANTED, BV A YOUNO MAN, A SITUA
TION In ?cmo Wholesale or Retail Dry Oooda or
Grocery house; ha? some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowltdgeof the Grocery Business, hav
ing beeu In that business on bia own account. He will
study the lntereat of hi? employer, and 1? willina to
make himself generally useful. Malary no object. Beat
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Poa to Alco, or apply at this office. June 11
A HANDSOME Itltrssiil.H CARPET FOR
eale low; 49 ?qnare y rd?; rloh pittern. Apply
at LAKE'S Mews Depot, Broad street. 1* July 27
3710R SALE. AN IMPROVED SILVER
* PLATfcD SODA WATER APPARATUS, with Foun
tains and Gas Generator complete. Apply at this offiae.
July 37 4
FOU SALE, ONE RUtiGLKS' CARD
PRESS, platen 3 by 6. in good order. One Cabi
net and about 20 fonts Job Type. Apply to
MILLIGAN, MELOHER? A CO.,
July 25 S No. 3D Vendne Range,
PO<l SAI E. TWO LOTS OF LAND IN
the village of Summerville, 8. O, situated on the
south side of North Fourth strt et, between Main ?nd
Black Jaok ?treots, known In the plot of ?aid viilsgo as
lots O and B, containing one ?ore each, and about eeven
minutes walk from the depot. Apply to
At the corner of L no and Rutlodgo Avenue.
July 25 w11?
HOUSE AND LOT ?'Oil SALE IN THE
town of Aiken, 8. 0. ; Lot fronting 160 loot
on Newberry street, and ruunlug back 200 feet, adjoin
ing lot of Henry Wessels, Esq On the premises are a
ttO'Story 1 rumo House, containing soveu rooms,
double pltzza lu front, kitchon, stab'e, and all neces
sary outbuildings, now and In good order; all o well
of water WO feet dnep, large garden, with grape vines,
potch and plum trees, Ac, Ac.
For particulars, terme, Ac, inquire of .
W1LIIAMS A COVEllT. Charleston, S. C,
Or by mall, to JAS. PERROIS, Aiken, ti. O.
LOUIS COHEN Hat REMOVED FROM No. 218
KING STREET to No. 244, one door south of bl?
old stand, for one month, white the ?bove is undergoing
repair?. _July 10
K. M. .WHITING,
conovEit a.nd magistrate,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 04 OIIAL
MER8-8TBEET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNIH' Blacksmith Shop, ?nd two doors east of Meet
lng.etreet. May 80
BOARDING-TWO OR '.DREE GENTLE
MEN, or a Lady ama Ol' nt emin, can be accom
modated with BOAKD, by applying at No. 12 WENT
WORTH STREET, three door? bolow Anson. July 34
TO RENT, &o.
PLKASAXT UUDHIS. VI It "V IS! n;i> OK
DNF0RNI8HED, WITH On WITHOUT HOAR?.
In a gouteol family, can bo had on application at the
resilience of Mrs. II AN All AN. No. 6 lit nuntin streut,
north side, a *ow doors west of King strte t
Gentlemen who desire Day Uoard will find this an ad
vantageous location, bein? near the Inn-lnes? portion of
Kin? and Meeting ?tie?ts. ItuwJ July 27
TO NLM*T? THAT MOST I) l< M It \ li I, v
UE8IDENCE on Rutledge Avnmie, opposite Dough
ty si ci t. Apply to P1NOKNEY 11 HUM..
July ?0 ftnw North Atlantic Wharf.
EtlOMS TO LKT-TWO KOUM I. Kill
NISHED or unfurnished, in it very demrnhlo lo
cality In Meetlug-streut, near the Charlest-'U Hottl
These rooms ?re well adapted for singlo geiitlenn-u.
Apply nt this ofllce._mwlC?_July 10
TH?It ItR?T LOW, TO AN APPHOVKD
_J toniut, thai largo and cointnodlont HOUSE corner
nf Ea?t Day and Inspection istreot-), conta' Ding S sijtiare
rooms, ptntry, dressing rooms, and banemeuts; Lot
extends to Washington street, with H'Hiso that may bo
rented. PINOKNKY BROS..
June 26 tuf North Atlantic Wharves.
TO KENT-THAT HKSIOENCE IN
Meelina street, one dotir north of South Carolina
Hall, containing G rooms. Terms liberal.
THREE ROOMS AND A KITCHEN OF A HOUSE
situated near the above. Apply to
It. M. MARSHALL,
July 25 3 No. 33 Btoad street.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
'pllllKl? HVNDIIKD POUND ni 1,1. OF
L EXCHANGE LOST-Lost or mislaid, a DILL
OF EXCUANOE drawn by B. T. WALKER, per Attor
ney LEE HOWARD, dated Charleston, July 25, 1880,
at ?ixty days' sight, on MOORE k HOLT, Liverpool,
payable In Loudon tor Three Hundred l'oun-ls Morling
to order of T. HTONEY, and ondorsed by him. Pa>
meut of said Bill having been i-toppcd. all persons aro
cautioned agtlnst negotiating for the rame. The Under
will bo rowarded by leaving tho Rill at the ofllco of
WILLIAM IT. HERIOT ft OO.,
July 27 1 No. 33 Broad stroet.
LOANED OUT, NOT liKTHKNKI)_ABOUT
six months ago the subscriber loaned to soum one,
wbOKO name has since escaped his memory, a light
UAND-OAKT, with Platform ?pringa, the wboolx about
tbroo and a half feet high. Said cart has never been
returned; any person woo lias Kamo in possession will
confer a favor to notify, or return to bim.
J. O. H. GUUSSEN,
July 27 3 Market street.
LOST, ON VKSTKitn.tV AFTEUNOON.1N
Meeting near Hasel, t>v o poor boy. while collect
lug for his employer, thn sam of FORTY-TWO ($?>
DOLLARS. A reward will be paid If required by leav
ing It at this office. 2* July 26
LOST, A NIUHT DOOft-KKY AND A SIL
VER PEN-HOLDER with n GOLD PEN-not of
muru valuo to any ono but the owner. A rowarl will
ho given. Apply at this Office._July 21
I OST, A MLVf K-DIOUNTKD Al E E K
j SCHAUM PIPE; suppoaod to have been loft In the
re?r coach ot tho Northeastern Railroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving tho samo at
tho office of tho Charleston Hotel. Juno 25
NOTICE.-LOST OK MISLAID, FOUR
BONDS of tho South Carolina Railroad Company,
dated 1st October, 1853, numbered 189, 190, 191, 192;
each for $500; payable ten ytara after date.
All persons aro cautioned agait-.st purchasing or
trading for the said Bonus, as an application will be
made to the Company for a renewal oi tho same.
July l8 w?m6 AUGUSTUS KLUD.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS nKWARD_
Woleu on the night of the 24th, from premise* cor
ner or HnM'l sod East Bay streots, a SORREL HOIM)
MULE, about 15 >i hands high, branded with the lotter
8 on the loft side of the neck; the letters U S on the
left fore shoulder, and slightly sprung In tho right fore
knee. The above reward will bo paid for his delivery
to WM. GURNEY,
July 26 No. 102 East Bay.
MULE STOLEN.-?) DOLLARN RE
WARD.-Stolen from my stable, at Dannor's
Oro*s Roads, Ht- James' Ooobo Oreok Parish, on Tues
day night, June 20th. a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
abot.t 13 years old, in good condition. Said Mule is
about 13 bands high, and has whito hair about tho head
indicating ago. The Mule was seen in the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
night of the robbery, going In the direction of the Dor
cbester road, with a new bridio on, which was taken
with the Mulo. A roward of f 15 will be paid for infor
mation le idlng to tho recovery of tho Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given for evidence sufficient to
convict the thief. Address the 'inderaigned, at Dan
ner's Croas Roads, or at the Courier Office, Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAQOKTT.
THE UNDER8IGNED HAV1SO THIS DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under the style ?? SHEPHERD,
DOO & COHEN, for manufacturing Me'WAHK of all
descriptions. They will alao deal! n Stoves, Orates and
HouseFurnlBhlngGoods, atNo. 422King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, 1866. McDUFF COHEN.
July 17 lmo*
COPAK.TN Bit SHIP NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and style of AUSTIN ft ALBEE
has this day dissolved, according to at tides of agree
ment, (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
CHARLES H. ALBEE.
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PATNT, OIL
AND GLASS BUaINES8, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will lie rea I ter be conducted in the
name of ALBEE ft WARREN, No. 42 MARKET
HTREKT. CHARLES H. ALtiEE,
THE FIRM OF HUGEK AND HA8ELL IS THIB DAY
dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will hereafter be conducted by O. E.
HUOER, who ia authorized to settle the affairs of the
BENTLB? DB HA8ELL. } Qeneral P4rtner"
M. K. J?8UP ft CO., Special Partners.
July 17 -10
MID WAV SCHOOL., OH AllLOTTKs VILLE,
WILSON 0. N. OABR, 1 Associate
JAMES M. GARNE1T, AT. A., (Unlv. Vs., ) Principals.'
THE SECOND SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL WILL
begin on the 1st Monday in Uspteraber, and will
end June 30th, 18(17. The Course of Study is designed
to prepare boys for the University of Viigiuta, or any
other College, or for the practical business of life ;
special attention is given to instruction in English
Studies and Bookkeepl g.
i Terms: For Board and Tuition for Half Session |101.
ps? niiie in advance. Washing and Furl lurnlshdd at
actual cost. Each pupil will bring his own towels.
For circulars aud further particular?, address
WILSON O. N. CARR,
JAMES M. GARNETT, M. A.,
Junction, Hanover Co., Vs.
July 25 wfm8*
DR. M. GREENLAND
HAVING TAKEN THE DliOO STORE, NO. ? OAL
HOUN STREET, corner of Midd e, snd having
prucared a fresh supply of DRUMS, ?. ELTCTNE, PER
f UM KEY and DYE STUFFS, respectfully offers tho
same to his friends and the community, and huyen by
strict attention to meet their patronage.
Physicians prescriptions promptly and carefully com
pounded. mwfl2 July 0
?J - ** GENEBAL "^A$f
WILL PUROHA8E AND 8ELL STOOKS AND 8E
OURIIIE-* OF ALL KINDS, Merchandise, Pro
duce, Ac. ; at as Agent in any mercantile or commercial
interests entrusted to his oaro. He will give his best
and careful attention to the balancing and adjusting of
Book?, Accounts, (0.1 Co Hoc ting, also, a 1 writing of
Bonds, Contracts, Letter*, Ac
Prompt Attention guaranteed, and a portion of tho
patronage of the public solicited.
Offico at OtIARl.KSTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS,
N. W. corner Church pnd Broad-streets
WHOLESALE AMD BETAU. I?AMU VK
CLOTHS, CASS1MEBE8 ANO TESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad street,
.July 33 Cmos OUAULEbTON, B. 0.
BALL! BALL! BALL!
MT. PLEASANT HOUSE.
TO BE GIVEN ON MONDAY, JCI.Y ?IilTII, COM
MKNCII*G?t in o'clock P. M. MULt.ER'8 BAND
hNGAGED. ADMITTANCE, $1. Kti<auit-r loavus Market
Wharf at 1 and 3 P. M. J. F. JlEkLR A CO.
July 27 3*
cxji*HEisr o "X"
BOCGHT BY p. H. REGLER,
July 27 fmw:i No 10 Broad-street.
ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, BOUGHT AND
GOLD AND SILVER CoIN, BANK NOTES, ST00K8..
BONDS. COUPO.NS. tie, by
July 35 W?4 UEO W. WILLIAMS A CO.
1 g^\ 8HARE8 HOME LOAD AND BUILDING A8
L\J BOGIA TION BUKK.
Apply at this ofllce. July 13
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 7 TO
9 o'clock. Morning and Evening, at White Point
Gardon Bathing Henne.
Jury ?17 _ P. KILROY, Proprietor.
HA8 REMOVED FROM NO. 4ufl KtV(J-3TREET,
corner < f Dunn' Lane, to.No. 211 East Bay-street,
oppoFtto tim New m-tom Ilotiso, where ho will open
this day, with o u.-w st'ck of ALES. WINES AND
LIQUORS of the fl st quail y, nnd bo happy to seo his
friend Band the public lioi-ernlly.
FREU LUNCH every day from 11 to 1 o'clock.
July 23 C
lindeman & eons
PiTENT CYCLOID PIANO FORTES'
WERE AWARDED AT THE LATE FAIR OF THE
American luatituto the FIRST PREMIUM GOLD
MEDAL for NOVtLTY, SUPERIORITY, and EX0EL
l ENCE; also, at the State Palra of Michigan, Indiana,
Kansas, and wherever they havebeou exhibited ia com
petition. Warerooin*. No.2 LE ROY PLACE BLEEOKER
STREET, one block weat of Broadway. Bend for Cir
cular. Gottschalk says: "It is the finest instrument I
have ever tried ; the toue cornea out as rich and solid as
that of a Grand Piano." Charles Fradel-"1 consider
the Cycloid Piano a sueco s in every respcot." Wm.
Manou-"I rcgatd them as very superior lu&truments."
July 27 f mw3moB
" DURHAM "
THE FIRST OF THE GENUINE ARTIOLE EVER
offered in Charleston. Smokers nre invited to
call and ssmp'o this superb Tobacco, fiu:e of ohaboe,
at FEURENBtCH'S. No G Broad-fatreet, TOGNI'8,
Meeting-street, and at "LA CRIdLLA, "King-s-r et. It
may bo had at wholesale nt the store of J. A. QUACK- -
EN BU SU, No. 120 East Biy.
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
Jnly 28 0* SOLE AGENT8 IN CHARLESTON.
W. 8. CL
CLUB HOUSE GIN.
PURE, SOFT AND UNEQUALLED.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
IN"o. 259 King-street,
SOLE IMPORTERS IN THE UNITED STATE?
This Brand Established at Rotterdam,.
Holland, in 1785.
THE EXTENT TO WHICH VARIOUS BRANDS OB"
SPURIOUS GINS are sold in this country make? it tho
bounden duty of the public to INVES1IG?TE THE.
MERITS OF THE STIMULANTS OFFERED FOB
SALE, and tve beg leave to etato that tho CLUB HOUSE
GIN is the same as ORIGINALLY INTRODUCED into
this market under that name TWELVE TEARS SINCE
by the proprietors, BLANKENHETM & CO., ROTTER.
DAM, HOLLAND, whom wo have tho honor to repre
sent; and wo are fully prepared to supply the TU ADE
on the most favored term? with an article without ile
equal In the market, boing the PURE ARTIOLE In it?
finest DRINKABLE CONDITION ANDFLVVOB, such
as ?old by the FIRST-OLA88 DEALERS in Holland,.
England, and all over tbo world.
No further proof Is wanted of Us SUPERIORITY than
to know that it is recommended for ita purity by
MEDICAL MEN OF THE HIGHEST STANDING, who
acknowledge that tho CLUB HOUSE GIN possesaes
more MEDICINAL PROPERTIES than ?ny Gin placed
before the publlo; and, therefore, particularly recom
mend it as an article that only requiroa to be known and
tested to he appreciated.
Wm. 8. CORWIN & CO.,
NO. 35? KING-STREET,
Jnly 23 ?awi_OPPOSITE HABEL.
Or\/~i OASRK IMPORTED CLARETS OF FAVOR.
?\J\J ITE brands, for Bale ?t New York price?.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO..
No. 969 KINQ.BTBXBT,
Jnly33 mwf OPP04ITB HASEL..