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CHARLESTON UM NEWS,
Q. B. CATHCART, Editor.
cathcart, mcmillan & morton,
No. l8 HAYNE-STKEET.
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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?t*s*r TKTK LIST OB1 rJBTTXElTfcS re
malnirtg in the Pofrtofiioe at the end
of eiioh week is -published oilloiully
Ira TUE} JDAJ3LTY NEWS every fri
As candidates for the next Governorship of
Tennessee, Judge Tinao, Tnos. A. H. Nelson and
Bah, P. Walker have boon mentioned.
The recent visit of Governor 8habkey. to Wash
ington is stated to have been at,the invitation of
tho President, who contemplated giving him Sec
retary Stanton's position.
The Cincinnati Union sayB they have a shoe
maker in that city, a returned soldier, who, having
lost both of his arms in battle, does the finest
quality of sewed work with his toes.
Somo miscreant ontered a physician's office in
Newbern, N. 0., recently, took from his shelves all
his medicines, and deliberately blended them into
&n awful conglomerate.
A chemical investigation has failed to throw
any light on the ice cream poisoning at Island
Grove, Abington, Mass., on the Fourth of July.
One more death is reported, a young lady of
Quincey ; the other sufferers aro recovering.
A olerk in a drug store in Geneva, N. Y., while
dusting an upper shelf, knocked off a jar of nitric
acid, spilling it over his body, and burning his
flesh so badly that for several days his life was
The people of Honolulu are exorci-od about
their forest trees. It is feared that the islands
will be strippod of their trees to supply the de
mand for fuel, neither coal nor peat having been
The Germans in Louisville, Ky., h^vo had a
great Saengerfesl; delegations were present from
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and other cities of
the West. The exorcises wore on a splendid se alo.
The affair passed off with great oclat.
Tho first election this fall takes place in Ken
tucky, but not for members of Congress. Ver
mont and Minno follow in the early part of
September, with Pennsylvania, Ohio and other
Western States in October, the elections ending
with Maryland, Now York and Massachusetts in
A Ruby City (Idaho) dispatch says much ex
oitoment was created tboro by intelligence that
Capt. Jennings and party, fifty miles distant, were
surrounded by Indiana. Two hundred, volunteers
went to tho rese?o, but on their arrival tho In
dians had disappeared. The besieged part y fought
two J~jn wi? limit fiwi'l xiinj? lulled ra..j xutttouo
and lost bnt one mau.
The Radicals assert that Arkansas will soon ac
cept the torms of admission. They expect at the
next session to admit representatives from Ar
kansas. Then tboy will wait a year or two to seo
whether they can obtain the asBent of the requi
sito three-fourths-of the number of States to tho
conditions now offered. They do not yet claim
North Carolina or Louisiana.
Among the importa at New York this week, we
qnote the following delectable items : Jewelry,
$29,912; patent leather, $2988; perfumery, 18299;
fanoy goods, $06,680; toys, $7107; segara, $22,637;
ale, $1241; brandy, $4279; porter, $7896; whiskey,
$4083; wines, $00,893; champagne, $17,000. (The
dry goods bill foots np $2,378,815; add general
merchandise, $3,875,199-grand total, $6,253,994.)
The deatl in New York last week reached the
appalling number of thirteen hundred and up
ward. One hundred and eighty of these were from
sunstroke, and about fifty resulted from the in
tense heat. Deducting theso, there still remains
a total of over one thousand from prevailing dis
eases, the greater portion of which occurred
.among children under fivo years of age.
The Detroit Post says: "Mrs. Coba L. V. Hatch
Daniel?, the celebrated trance speaker, will speak
beforo the Society of Spiritualists in this city on
Sunday next, morning and evening. She is widely
known as a most eloquent speaker on both politi
cal and religions subjeots. She is aocompanied
by her husband, Colonel Daniels, of Louisiana,
and they return to this city from their homo in
The correspondent of the New York Herald, who
baa been travelling with Gene. Stebdman and
Fullerton, comes to the sensible conclusion that
all legal or military regulation of contracts be
tween the whites and the blacks of the 'South is
misohievouB; that the true policy is to leave
capital and labor to adjust themselves according
to the laws of supply and demand, and that the
negro oan get along much better without govern
ment nursing than with it.
We aro ploaBed to seo that arrangements are
being made betweon the Central Executive Com
mittee at Washington and the railroad companies
of the United States to transport all tho delegates
to and from the Philadelphia Convention at half
the current rates of fare. President Wbitb, of
the Macon and Western, has written a lotter as
senting to the proposition, and no doubt all the
Southern roads will follow suit. As money is
soarco in the South, this arrangement will prove
a groat convenience, and induce many to attend
the Convention who otherwise would not feel ablo
to inour the expenso.
The following piece of international courtesy
we find in the Detroit Post-"A party of officers
of the British service, consisting of Lieutenant
Heron, commander of the Michigan, and Captain
O'Connor, accompanied by Hon. Mr. Prince, paid
a formal visit to Mayor Mills yesterday. They
bore communications addressed to the Governor
of the Rtaic and the M?yor, making the amende
hu,.arable for the arrest of John Oahpbell, a de
serter from the British service on United States
territory somo timo b?uco. Campbell has again
deserted, or he would havo been returned to tho
authorities on this sido."
Yostorday afternoon a man named John Mur
ray, who lives in Spring wells, was brought before
Commissioner Wilkins chargod with having, on
July 20, purchased from a soldier named Peter
Sloan a uniform suit of private's clothes. After
a hoaring of tho caso, Murray was roleasod on
his own rocngnizanco to appear for trial whon
called for.-Detroit Post, 25lh ins'..
[In this city a man was not long since sentenced
by a Military Com mian ion lo six months'impris
onment in the Pouitontiary for a similar offence.
Tho revising general afterward remitted tho sen
tar AU oomviuntoatums mienaea for puoitoation m
this journal must be addressed to the Editor oj
the Da?y News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
S. O. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the oily must be accompa
nied with the oash.
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TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 31, 1R68.
THE ATLANTIC CABLE.
The telegraph yesterday morning electri
fied the whole land with the glorious an
nouncement of the completion and successful
operation of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable.
As the country has gone through this sensa
tion once before,-in 1859,-and expended its
enthueiasrn and fireworks with unstinted libe
rality,-only to find itself disappointed,-the
oable refusing to work,-our poople will
doubtless be more oautious this time in giv
ing full orodonco to this stupendous achieve
Wo havo dispatch after dispatoh from
"Heart's Content," signed Cyhos W. Field,
announcing in enthusiastic and Belf-gratula
tory terms the successful completion of the
magnum opus,-but the said dispatohoB are
far from satisfactory. If the oable is in
"working order," rb Mr. Field bo repeatedly
announces, why have we not bona fide dis
patches from the other side of the water? If
peaoe was deolared between Austria and
PruBain, why have we nothing but the bare
announcement? There is room for doubt,
certainly. We should in all probability have
been more easily satitfied ii we had not bad
that dispatch from Queen Victoria in 1859,
which to this day is by many believed to
have been apooryphal. A day or two will
doubtless terminate this unpleasant state of
Wo shall usKunio, however, that it is all
right, and that Mr. Cyrus W. Field, who for
years has had but this one idea in his head, is
at last about to reap his well-earned roward.
Poets, and Optimists in proso, havo for
years dreamed and sung of tho great bond
that is to bring all mankind into one league
and oovenant, when peace and concord shall
everywhere prevail throughout this mundane
"Parliament of mon, confederation of tho world,"
will now make its advent. Certainly this
great masterpiece of human genius could not
have been inaugurated under more fitting
aueilloos 'I hn first wnaaaago *. ?miouiI ItOll OVOT
the wires was one of peace. There is a beau
tiful fitness in this coincidence, which war
rants ?b in predicting the most glorious fu
ture for the human race. A fierce fratricidal
war, making unprecedented havoc and slaugh
ter in one of the fairest and most oivilizod
oouotries of Christendom, cootes just in time
to transmit the glorious news to oar western
shores by the newly laid oable !
Opinions differ as to the influenoe this an
nihilation of time and spaoe may produce in
the world of oommeroe. Some think it will
be pernicious on legitimate business, tending
to an inorease of speculation. We oannot see,
however, why it should. The meanB of com
munication will be open to all. The press
dispatches will give the markets of the world
twice a day ; and not only the markets, but
also at the same time publish all important
i p orary events. This, it seoms to us
should annihilate speculation, au every one'
will have the same meanB of judging of the
probable influence these events may exeroise
upon the market.
From a political point of view we do not
think much importance attaches to the new
enterprise. Our foreign relations, in all
probability, will continuo, for years to come,
to hold a very subordinate place in the af
fairs of the nation. This oourse is marked
out by our insular position, and, if we mis
take not, ?b in full accordance with the incli
nation of the Amorioan people.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
The Washington Intolligencor calls "the idea of
calling a Convention of Southern loyalists" "ex
tremely farcical," and adds : "It is called to as
semble in Philadelphia, because there is no place
in any Southern State where such a Convention
would be tolerated."
This paragraph we find in a late number of
the New York Evening Pott, and immedi
ately following it a long lecture, not to say
down-right sermon, on the unreconstructed
condition of the South. In the New York
Tribune of the same date there is also on
editorial notice of this samo diotum of the
Intelligencer. So with other Radical papers
iu those regions. They oast up their eyes,
elongate their faces, and throw up their
hands in holy horror at the persistent de
pravity of thete Southern rebels and barba
Now, we are of course very uauoh obliged
to our good brethren for their well-meant and
very wholotomo advioe, but we can assure
them that this time it is altogether gratui
tous. How the Intelligencer ?ould make a
remark of this kh.d, wo onnnot understand.
We have not seen it in tho original ; only
know of it from the extract wo find in our
Northern exchanges. "We strongly enspoot
tbero has been tampering with tho text some
But however that bo, we can assuro the
Post, tbo Tribune, ond all the holy brethren,
that tbero exists in this community (which
should be a fair speoimen of Southern senti
ment} not tbe slightest disposition to molest
any peaceable assembly, composed of no uiut
tor who, and mot for never mind what pur
pose. In this we speak advisedly. Meetings,
conferences and conventions have 1 een held
here by loyalists and original Unionists;
no ono interfered with thom in their delibe
rations; no one "molestod thom, or made
them afraid.'; Wo baye learned to tolerate
any and everything.
To Bay, therefore, that a convention of any
possible politioal or social complexion could
not meet in CbarloBton, is to assert what is
nut true ;-and we cannot better test the ques
tion tbau by requesting that the most ex
treme party of the oountry,-the very South
ern Loyalists' Convention itself,-shall fix
upon Charleston as a plaoe of meeting; and
wo feel safo in saying that a cool and airy
plaoe shall be at their disposal, lu fact, aB
far as we know, there is not tho slightest dif
ficulty in the way of their gotting the vory
best hall in the city for their deliberations,
provided only they -hall give good security
for the payment of the rent. We are not
afraid of an original Union party amongst us,
as tbo Radical papers insist on saying. We
may have our opinion as to the utility of such
a measure at this time, having the beautiful
example' of Tennessoe fresh in our memory,
but we certainly nover dreamed of question
ing the right of Hamilton's, Wardwell's,
or any other party holding an original Loy
alist Convention in this or any city of the
Union, aooording as their fancy may d.'ctato.
Now will the papers that oopiod the ex
tract from the Washington Intelligencer, and
bo Bovoroly animadverted upon it, deal fairly
and also publish our disclaimer ? We shall
WANTBO, A FIRHT-CLASS OPKRATOR
on Singer's Sewing Michino; one who under
stands vest making preterred. Apply at Mo L'5 Broad
WANTBD, A CAPABI.B COOK-ONK
who can come well rec immendod and under
stands ber business. Apply at BASEL-STREET, iblrd
door below Ausou-slreet. July 27 *
WANTED, BY A YOUNO L.AOY, A SITUA
TION as TEACHER, elinor in I ho city or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at this office.
WA'VTKD, a\ A .OIN? i>I\N, A SITUA
TION In some Wbolesalo or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has aome knowledge of the Dry Ooods,
and a thorough Itnowlt-dgeof the Orooery Business, hav
ing been in that business on his own account. Ho will
atudy the Interest of bts employer, and is williup to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references fuxuishod. Add rea? "F." through the
Postofflce, or apply at this office June 11
UR SAUR, AN 1MPROVRD 8ILVBH
, PLATED 80DA WATER APPARATUS, with Vr?n...
tains and Gas Oaaantu. o-mpietu. Apply at this office.
?r it 4
HOUSE AND LUT i?'Oll SALB IN rilli
town of Aiken, 8. O. ; Lot fronting ISO foot
on Newberry street, aud running back 200 feet, adjoin
ing lot of Henry Wo-sel*. Esq On the premises are a
t vo-story i rame House, containing seven rooms,
double piazza in fronr, kitchen, atab'e, and all neoes
ssry outbuilding?, new and in good ordor;afl.o woll
of water mo feet deep, large garden, with grape vines,
potch and plum treen, kc, se.
For particulars, terms, &c, inquire of
WIM I AM fi k COVERT. Charleston, 8. C,
Or by mall, to JAS. PERROIS, Aiken, 8. 0.
_TO RENT, &a._
TO -TENT, THREE PLEASANT ROU.1D,
with private staircase, pantry aad kitchen attached,
situated In the southwestern part of the city. To a
respco ablb family, -ltbout children, the rent will be
moderate. Apply a? CO URIE? OFr IDE. July 81
PLEASANT ROOMS. FURNISHED f'R
UNFURNISHED, WITH Ort WITHOUT BOARD,
in a genteel family, ean be had on application at the
residence of Mrs HAN AB AN, No. 6 Beaulain street,
north side, s ?ew doora west of King stre. t
Gentlemen who desire Day. Board will find this an ad
vantageous location, being near tbe bu.lnotn portion of
King and Meeting atreets. ftuwS July 27
FOll RENT LOW, TO AN APPROVED
tenant, thal large and oommodlont HOUSE corner
of East Ray and Inspection streets, contai niug 8 square
rooms, pantry, dressing rooms, and basements; Lot
extends to Washington street, with House that may be
rented. PINOKNEY BROS.,
June 26 tuf r-ortli Atlantic Wliarves.
LOST, STOLEN, ?ko.
LOST, Kit? ?r?I CHARLESTON eli SA VAN.
NAH RAILROAD WHARF, A OYPRE8S OANOE
Iiuat, about eighteen feet .long (has had a large piece
broken out of the stern and shows the repairs). A lib
eral reward offered for the same. Apply ai THIS OF
July 10 thstuO
IC. m. WHITING,
OOROHBB and magistrate,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 84 OH AL
MERS-8TREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MoiNNlS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east or Meet
ing-street. May 80
BOARDING-TWO OR THREE GENTLE
al EN, or a Lady and G?>ntieman, can be accom
modated with BOARD, by applying at No. 12 WENT
WO lilli S'i'ltEET, tbree doors below Anson. July 24
MT. ZION INSTITUTE, WIvBBURU', 8. O.
THE -ZEROISES OF THIS HOIIUUL WILL BE
resumed Monday, tbe 16th of Jnly.
TRUMS FEB SESSION:
Board witta Tuition in all its branches oxcept Phi
losophy, Chemistry, and French.$130
Tuition of day soholara in the classical or higher
English and Mathematical departments. 80
Tuition In other branches from $12 to. 20
Oourse of Ohemlstiy or Philosophy. l8
The above rates reckoned in toe currency of the coun
try. Pa} ment required half in advauce-tho residue at
the cloie of the session.
Students required to furnish bed linen, covering, and
toA-ols. Q. A. WOODWABD,
July 28 thstul. Principal.
SOLI0IT1 PATRON AGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORES, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Presses, Printing Presses: makes and re
pairs Holstlna< Maohlnos for Stores; makes ah kinds oi
wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel,
wright Work in general. AHOH'D at-LEISH,
Maya tiitluOuJus No, 4 ?juinnerlauu street,
THE RENULAR MEETING WILL DE HELD THIS
DAY, in Council Chamber, at 6 P. .?.
W. II SMITH,
July 31 1 Clerk of I'ouuoll.
DISSOLUTION OV GOPARTNBROHIP.
DI-SOLVED DY MUTUAL CONRfcNT ON THE SITH
day of July, I860 firm of D. LEVY * LEWIS MAN
lltIM, st Graham'? Oross Road, 8. O
July 31 1* LEWIS MAM HEIM.
THE r-OPARTN-KSHIP HEHEToKORE EXISTING
under the name and my In of M. M. QUINN k BRO.,
bas this day been dissolved according to artlclos of
,". " M. M. QUINN.
["'Sied* p QUINN.
Tho business will bo continued hereafter at No. 189
Broad slreot. Augns-a, O?., by P. QUINN, and In
Charleston afNo. 627 King Btrcet, by M. M. QUINN.
Jnly 31 0
THE UNDBR8IONED HAVING THlw BAY FORMED
a Oopartnerchip nndor tho is/lo ?( bUEPHEBU,
DUO k COHEN, for ruanufacturtutf MHW?RE of k11
descriptions. Tlioy will also dealt n Stoves, Orates and
Bona Furnishing Goods, atNo. 423 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. 0.
FRANOIH H DUO.
July 1st, 18?6. MoDUFF COHEN.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
ucdor the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
baa this day dissolved, accoralng to aitloles of agroo
nienL (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
0 HARLEM H. ALBEE.
HAB ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUSINESS, Mr OEOROE W. WAR
REN. The business will hereafter be conducted in the
namo of ALBEE k WARREN, No. ?2 MARKET
STREET. CHARLES H. ALuEK.
HIGHEST RATES PAID.
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay,
July 31 Cerner of Accommodation Wharf.
1 i\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING AS
IA/ SOOIATION STOCK.
Apply at this office. Julv l8
SELLING ourm !
THE ENTIRE STOOK OF MILLINERY 8AVED
from tho late fire will he sold wl hout rosorvo.
BELOW COST, for one week only, at Mrs. 8. J.
OOTOHETT'8, No. 263 KING STHEET.
The Stock comprises the following :
LACE AND SILK BONNET, worth $12-Selling at $5.
Illusion 8ilk Hmin-t, wortb $1 -Selling at $4.
Crape, White and Colored, worth $12-Selling at $5.
Chip, White and Colored, worth $10-Selling at $4.
Round Hats, White and Oolored, worth $8-Selling
Glpsey Queens, White and Colored, worth $6-Selling
Sea Mdes from $1 to $2 (trimmed).
French and American Flowers, French Crapes, 811k
The obovo goods will be sold singly, or in lots to suit
purchasers. 3 July 81
BOOTS THAT A!!B BOOTS !
No. 78 BROAD STREET
GENTLEMEN'S FiNE BOOT?>, WATER-PROOF.
Dress, and Pump So'ea. Also Gents' fine PATENT
LEATHER, OALF FOX.NO. KID T .?. ALL CALF, and
ALL KID CONGRESS GAIT?BS; mtde to order, BY
HAND (not machins made), which fur finish and dura
bility are not to he surpassed Purchasers will save
dollars t>v buying from the nubscrlbcr, lor he baa mark
ed his prices down to suit the times. Come one, come
No. 78 Broad st, undor Carolina Hotel.
July 31 tuthsmwfC
NEW BOOT AND SHOE ?TORE.
THE SUB80RIBER WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
FORM the pubho that he has opened a BOOT AND
SHOE STORE st No. 394 KING SThEET, where he will
keep a large assortment of Ladles', Gent's, Misses and
Children's BOOIS AND SHOES.
Our Gooda are of OUR OWN MANUFACTURE; and
this advantage over other dealers enables us to offer
GREATER lNDUCEMuNlB to all who may favor us
with their patronage. .
T. P. ELLSWORTH.
Jnly 81 S
BO! FOR TUB FISHERIES !
FISHITNG TACKLE, A LARGE ASSORTMENT,
such as Seine Twine, Net Yarn, 8h.lmp and
Mullet Nols, Hand and Foot Lines, Gilling Thread,
'1 h lui bles. Swivels, Grass, Hair, Silk and Cotton Fish
Lines complete; Limerick, Chestertowu, Kirby, Sheep
Head Willung, Bass and Shark Hooks; Floats, Spoon
bobs, 8piuners, Reels and Rods. Also, a completo stock
of Housekeeping at d Builder*' Hardware, Plantation
Tools. Reap Hooks and Straw ontters, ko., Ac., sa
Agent for National Revolvers and Bretch-Loadlng
Pistols, at factory prices, at wholesale and retail.
SAM'L R. Mar HALL,
No 310 Klag street,
Jnly 30 3 Third door below Society.
THE FIRST OF THE GENUINE ARTICLE EVEP.
offered in Charleston. Smokers are invited to
call and sample this superb Tobacco, rail o' ohabqe,
at FEURENBaOH'S. No 8 Broad-street, TOGNI'S,
Meeting-street, and at "LA CRIOLLA, VKing-s r et It
may be had at wholesale at the store or J, A. QUAOK
ENBU8H, No. 120 Ea?t Bay.
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
July 26 0* SOLE AGENTS IN 0HARLE8T0N.
DUB. BA0UL & LYNAS
HAVE REDENTLY RECEIVFD A LARGE STOOK OF
DRUGS, 80AP, PERFUMERY >ND PROPRIE
TARY AND FANCY ARTIULtH, which they offer at
Wholesale and Rotuli. They would call special atten
tion to the following t
Flax Heed (ground)
Medicine Chests (Plantat'n)
Medi?me Chonta (ship nae)
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
NOS, 48 AND 48 VSNDUB RANGE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IRON, MET ALH, WOOL,
Hides, Bees Was, Cotton and Naval Stores.
Will pay tho hhiheet cash price for any of tho above
articles. Keep constantly on band as assortment of
IRON for Blacksml.hs' use. Also, ROPE, BAG ?INO
AND TWINE._tnthsSmos_Jnly 24
C. J. rCllLBPBGRBLL,
ISrO.. 87 LINK STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND Sf. PHILIP.
LUMBER Gt EVEBY DaWORrPTIO**? AND BUILD
INO MATERIAL constantly on hind at tholowert
Juno 29 fttUyr
IN TEE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
public generally, that in order
to meet their wants in the way
of SUMMER CLOTHING, and to
close out his present Stock.
he has MARKED DOWN- HIS
FRIGES, which will accomplish
the desired object, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
FROCKS AND SACKS.
FINE BLrVOK OLOTH FULL DRESS
FROCK COATS.$38 $32".
FINE BLAOK OLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS. 36 SO
FINE DLAOK OLOTH FULL DRE89
SAOKS. 30 l8
FINE BLACK OLOTH HALF LINED
SAOKS. 14 11.
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SAOKS. 32 28'
FINE FRBNOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SAOKS. 31 27.
FINE ENGLISH CASS. FULL LINED
SAOKS. 28 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW OA8S.
SKELETON SAOK. 21 20
HARRIB GREY CASS. SKELETON
SACK. 21 l8
OHIVROIT CASS. 8KELE TON 8AOK.. 20 if
SUPER ENOL1SH -HULTON SKELE
TON SAOK. 22 l8
DARK ORE.* AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED CASS. SACK. 11 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK. 0 ?5
WHITE LINEN DOCK HACKS. .$11, $7, $0, $10. 0. 5
COLORED ALPACA SAOKS. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWEED SAOK... fl 5
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 0 5
HROWN LINEN DUCK 8AOK. 6 _
BROWN LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLACK SILK ALPACA SACK. 8 60 7.60
BLA0K8ILK ALPACA SACK. 7 ?
BLACK ALPACA SACK. 6 . 4
BLAOK FRENCH DOE CASS. PANTS.. f If, 13.
BLACK FRENCH DOE0A8S. PANTS., l8 11.
BLAOK FRENCH DOEOAS8. PANTB.. 12 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED OAS8. PANTS.. 10 l8
FRENCH SILK MIXED OAHS. PANTS.. 16 12
FRENOS SILK MIXED GASS. PANTS., l8 10
LIGHT COLORED ENQLISH MELTON
PANTS. 13 ID
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH CASS.
PANTS. M 11
OHIVROIT OA88. PANTS. 12 10
8TR10TLY ENGLISH CASS. PANTS... 16 1?.
LIGHT COLORED OAS8. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED CASS. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED OA88. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. IS 10
FRENCH JOINER OLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLAOK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 _.K(>
COLORED OA88. PANTS./.. 6.60 ?.MV
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 LOO
BLAOK OLOTH VESTS (SILK RACK).. 11 9.60
BLAOK SATIN VK8T8. 7 6.60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 7 6.60
COLORED SILK VESrS. 12 10
BLACK AND WHITE ENGLISH CASS.
VESTS. 8 8
SILK MIXED FRENCH OA88. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 6.60 4.60
HAIR-LINED OA8S. VES 18. 6.60 4.6?
BROWN LINEN DUCK V-STS. 8.60 8
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.60 2
WHITE MARSEILLES VEsTO.?7 and 6 $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLAESMADE
Together with a Large Lot of
GLOVES. NECK TIES, &c".
Which ?rill be aold at correspond log Loir Price?.
4ST* The Prioe la plainly marked on eaoh attlole.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
AS USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE UT
accommodating hla friend?., and the public, In general..
AT THIS PLACE, who are rcai.eetfuily Invited to C___
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