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Th.e Daily News,
T?E8DAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 18CG.
[From the Round Table.]
Rain upon tlie Hoof.
HT W. L. SUOEa-K-*~
The night, with bor sable pinions,
Is hovering o'er the earth,
And far tbrouuh her dark domintone
Ring tinkling tones ot mirth :
The moon is no longer b-mlng,
And the clouds sr?? all aUr-proof,
Aa I alt in my chsmbor, dreaming
Of the rain upon tho roof.
There is nt sound diurnal
E'or yields me such delight
As tho step of the toft rain vernal
On the rattling roof at night :
J am wrapt in pleasant fancies,
Willie slumber la far aloof,
As I list to the dainty dances
Of the rain upon tho roof.
The wind is awako and dashing
The drops on the window-pane,
And tho leaves, like cymnala clashing,
Keep time with tho rythmic rain;
Bat no discordant clatter
Of ? solitary hoof
Comea now to mar tho patter
Of tbo rain upon tho roof.
From tho night so grim and sooty
Will a morning fair arlso.
With a myriad forms of beauty
To glad our wand?ring eyes;
For tbo Spirit of ?pring la working
At her marvellous web and woof,
And a part of her spell is lurking
In tbo rain upon the roof.
It brings to mo a vision
Of flowers and fruitful trees,
In a land that seems elysian,
All alivo with birds and bees;
Where sweetest songs are gushing
Aloud, without roproof,
And tho rippling rills- are rushing,
Like tho rain upon the roof.
I see the grain prow greener
For tho blessing of tho akicB,
That makes man's face serenar,
And llgb'B with joy bia oyes :
I anticipate iho pleasure
Heaven grama for his behoof.
And my heart leaps to the measure
Of the rain upon the roof.
Thus do I mimo and listen
To the music of the rain,
Whoso drops mnumerous plisten,
Like diamonds, through the pane;
And I'm wrapt in pleasant fancies.
While slumber is far aloof,
Ah I list to the dainty dances
Of the rain upon the roof
The Confederate Dead at st nun ton, Va.
Staunton, August 1, 1866.
Rev. Dr. Bachman :
Dkaji Sib : Bcmembering tho great interest
yon felt in the welfare of tho soldiers daring the
war, I have concluded to send yon the list of
South Carolina soldiors buriod in our cemetery,
so far as I bave made it ont. Daring the raids
on oar town, one of the cemetery books having
been abstracted, and the hospital books having
no record of tbe removal of tho dead, I can only
find ont the. other names by going to the ceme
tery and taking them from the head-boards. Tho
?exton has doubtless misspelled some of the
following names, and, through the oareleesness
of hospital clerke, mistakes may occur. In send
ing this list I have a two-fold object in view :
First, to have the list corrected,, in order to pro
cure the true name, company, regiment, State,
Ac., of each one, to bo placed on the new head
boards ; and also, by publishing this list, to re
lievo the anxiety of frionds who may be ignorant
of the last resting-place of their lost ones.
* * s) . * ?s; a *
For the satisfaction of friends, I would say
that we have a Memorial Committee here, whioh
commenced operations in Maro-. We found trod
ground in which our brave heroes from every
State were lying in a most deplorabla condition;
unenclosed, desecrated by cattle and lawless boys
running over it, bare of troes, grass-in short,
repulsive to every feeling of the Southern women
who thought of thoBO who wero lying there. We
have gone forward with our work amid many
difficulties and rescued the duet of our defenders
from desecration, and to-day they repose in a
spot pleasant to the eye; and if wo can raise the
necessary funds ere winter, trees and evergreens
and head-boards will be placed in the grounds.
? - ******
With high esteem, your friend,
Mns. JANET IA COWAN.
B0VJT11 CAROLINA B0LDLEH8 HCniED IN THE CEME
TEB.Y AT 8TAONTON, AUGUSTA COUNTT, VA.
Q. 8. Buoby, Co. "A," 3d S. 0. Battalion, died
August 28th, 1862.
BiohardS. Cain, Co. "C," 5th 8. C. Battalion,
died September 2d, 1862.
Q. F. Jones, Co. "fl," 2d 8. C. Bifles, died Nov.
J.B. Patterson, Co. "I," 14th 8. C. Regiment, died
May 23d, 1884.
W. M. Walker, Go. "O," 11th 8. C. Begiment, died
September 1, 1862.
L. G. Anderson, Co "I," 23d S. C. Begiment, died
September 16, 1862.
J. E. Boyce, Co. *._," 23d S. C. Begiment, died
September 80, 1862. ?
A. A. Rndieille, Co. "A," 6th S. C. Begiment, died
October 4, 1862.'
8amuel Cook. Co. ***_," 7th 8. O. Regiment, died
October 7tb, 1862.
J. A. Tbompaon, Co. '?E," 7th 8. 0. Regiment,
died October, 14, 1862.
G. H. Timmerm-n, Co. "'K," 7th S. C. Regiment,
died October 15, 1862.
A. P. Flagler, Co. "G." 16th S. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 15, 1862.
J. Hudson, Co. "M," 15th S. 0. Regiment, died
W. J. Oswald, Co. "G," 3d 8. C. Regiment, died
October 24, 1862.
J. 0. Rollins, Oo. "A," 8th S. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 25, 1862.
V. Hinton, Holcolmb's Legion, died October 25.
W. L. Bannister, Holcomb's Legion, died October
8. P. Henry, Co. "G," 3d 8. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 26, 18.62.
J. R. Loustrr?, Co. "G," 7th 8. C. Regiment, died
OotoDor ~ *, 1862.
D. F. Roper, Co. "F," 7th S. 0. Regiment, died
October 27, 1862. '
F. Hinton,' Co. *'H," 3d 8. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 28, 1862.
P. H. Bailey, Co. "0," 18th S. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 28, 1862.
M. StokeB, Co. "D," 6th 8. C. Regiment, died
October 31, 1862.
B. F. Green, Co. "H," 15th 8. C. Regiment, died
G. W. Brown, Co "G," 3d S. C. Regiment, died
B. J. Northworth, Co. "8," 1st 8. 0. Regiment,
died November, 1, 1862.
B. J. MoKion.-y, Co. "F,'* 7th S. C. Begiment.
died November!", 1862.
C. D. Knox, Co "C," 7th S. C. Regiment, died
H. Livingston, Cn. "B," 8d S. C. Regiment, died
L. B. RobiuBoii, Co. "D," 6th S. C. Regiment,
died November 4. 1862.
J. R. Brannan, Co. "F," 6th S. C. Regiment, died
W. H. Cook, Co. "F," 18th 8. 0. Regiment, died
D. A. Vaughan, Co. "0," 3d S. C. Regiment, died
J. 0. Knox. Co. "C." 7th S. 0. Regiment, died
J. N. 8aterfleld, Oo. ''A," 7th S. 0. Regiment, died
Reuben Broom, Holcomb's Legion, died November
7, 1862. w
E. BonJing, Oo. "P," 7th 8. O. Regiment, died
David Errand, Co. "I, 3d 8. 0. Reg?- . .?."i I
November 10,181,2. nt> dlc?
W. A. McDowell, Co. "I," 12th S. C. Regime-.. |
died November 10, 1862.
J'.. McGUIb, Co. "B," 17th S. C. Regiment, died
November 12, 1862.
J. E. Estos, Co. "15," Hampton's Logion, died
November 10, 1802.
F. Shavler, Co. "D," 15th 8. O. Regiment, died
November l8, 18G2.
J. MoOheeloy, Co. "G," 3d S. C. Rogimont, died
November l8, 1802.
L. F. Smith, Co. "B," 1st S. C. Regimont, died
Novombor l8, 1862.
Thomas Rogors (Sergeant), Co. "F," 23d 8. O.
Regiment, diod Novombor 19, 1862.
A. J. Holland, Co. "B," 2d 8. C. Rogimont, diod
Novembor 21, 1862.
R. J. Alexandor, Co. "0,"' 2d 8. C. Rogimont, died
Novombor 21, 1862.
R. Childress, Co. "K," >?-8th 8. C. Regimont, died
November 20, 1862. *
Elias Sarvanco, Co. "A," 14th S. C. Regiment,
died November 27. 1862.
James Price, Co. "D," 3d 8. 0. Rogimont, diod
G. Chesney, Co. "G," 3d 8. 0. Regiment, died
December 6, 1862.
J. M. Leadholt, Co. "0," let S. C. Regimont, died
December 7, 1862.
J. D. Howard, Co. "ii," Hampton's Legion, died
December 12, 1862.
J. F. Maw, Co. "K," 1st 8. C. Regiment, died
December 19, 1862.
A. B. Hayes, Co. "D," let 8. C. Rifles, diod
December, 28, 18G2.
J. Dawkinp, Co. "H," 13th S. 0. Rogimont, diod
December 28, 16G2.
A. A. Foster, Co. "D," 18th S. C. Regiment, died
January 22, 1863.
S. Davie, Co. "C." 12th 8. O. Regiment, diod
January 22, 1863.
L. L. Mitohell, Co. "C," 1st S. O. Cavalry, died
March 26, 1803.
R. B. Hodge, Co. "E," 15th 8. C. Rogimont, died
April 10, 1863.
W. H. Stoddard, Co. "E," 14th S. C. Regiment,
died April 11, 1863. ,
D. B. Riddle, Co. ? _," 3d 8. C. Rogim.nt, died
William Arnold, Co. "C," 14th 8.0. Regiment, died
F. B. Garducr, Co. "E," 2d 8. C. Regimont, died
H. B. Crow, Co. "F," 1st 8. C. Cavalry, died
August 13, 18G3.
J. D. Wiggue, Co. "I," loth 8. C. Regiment, died
August 21, 1863.
J. B. Koone, Co. "I," 15th S. C. Regiment, diod
October 19, 1863.
John Garry, Co "D," lBt 8. C. Regiment, died
March 26, 18G4
J. E. Dobbins, Co. ' _," 1st 8. C. Regiment, died
J. B. Johnson, Co. **E," 12th 8. 0. Regiment, died
J. f-harptin, Co. "G," 14th B. C. Regiment, died
J, A. Fikes, Co. "K," 20th 8. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 27, 186..
J. B. Haram?>n, Co. "K," 7th S. C. Regiment, died
Ootober 80, 1804.
J. J. Eargle, Co. "C." 20th 8. C. Regiment, died
November 12, 1804.
W. Hartley, Co. "I," 20th 8. C. Regiment, died
November 13, 1864.
8. H. Folke, Co. ltO,n 3d S. O. Regiment, died No
vombor 16. 1861.
B. Huggins, Co. "G," 20th 8. C. Regiment, died
November 19, 1864.
8. R. Price, Co. "E," 3d 8. C. Regiment, died De
cember 29, 1861.
The Wigwam fou the Philadelphia Union
National Convention_The Johnson Clnb of
Philadelphia have pitched their wi r warn at the
intersection of Twentieth-street and Girard Ave
nue. The builder has at work a largo force of
carpenters, and the building will be completed in
ten daya. The convention will assemble on t
14th. A deacriptioD of the building is thjjs/glv-n
in the New York News :
Ita outside dimeiiBiona aro one hundred and
fort v-ftix by one hundred and eixty-flvo feet. It
will be constructed of ooards, aid will be need as
a ball for mass meetings during tbe coming cam
paign. The interior will consist of a vestibule, an
amphitheatre, two galleries and four ante-rooms.
Into the vestibule a door twelvo feet wido will
open from Girard Avenue. A door of equal size
will lead to the amphitheatre and lower gallery,
and a private entrance will open into the ladies'
gallery above. Tho ante-rooma will be need for
committee purposes. At the head of the building
will bo placed the speaker's desk, and on either
aide the tables of the reportera. The amphi
theatre will be aeventy feet by one hnndred and
forty. From it the galleries will riso in nearly the
same minner aa the seats in the square for tho
1th of July celebration. Tho capacity of the build
ing will be over ten thousand people. The largest
audience ever seen in tho Academy of Music could
be seated in one wing of tho immense galleries,
rho standing room upon tho floor will accom mo
la to three thoustnd, while there will be seats for
seven thousand., The gallci iur will be supported
by iron pillara sixtcou feet apart. These will be
lung with evergreens and festooned with flower?
luring the sessions of the o nvention. Within a
fortnight it will be assembled in the largest build
ing ever known in Philadelphia, excepting the
limitary fair structure.
The United Stateb, England, and the At
lantic Teleobath.-The Now York Commercial
lotices the nice meeeagea between the Queen, the
Preaident, and other parties, in order to aak
How long, in case of war between England and
:hia country, would American dispatches be tole
rated on the submarine wirea 7 Great Britain
would at orce take armed possession of both shore
mdB, and wo should buey ourselves with disput
ing that poesesaion, or in grappling after the cable
.n mid-ocean, i * order to sever the link that kept
the mother country in hourly communication with
lier coloniea. 8o, if Groat Britain were at war
with any other nation, that belligerent would
leom it a duty to destroy the iron cord which con
tributed to the wealth and power of England. As
mon would her commerce be allowed to go nn
checked upon the aea, as thia great business tie
be allowed to remain untouched. No evidence ia
neceaaary to show the utter wopthleasneas of in
ternational declarations, when a proBumed na
tional interest ia involved.
The Land and Sea Foboeb of Eubope.-The
following is a statistical tablo of the land and sea
forcea which all Europe can now place on a war
France, 903,617 men ; Pruaeia, 660.000 : Italy,
424,193; Hus^ia, 1,200,000: Hpain, 271,900; Por
tugal, 64,118 ; Holland, 92,000 ; Sweden and Nor
way. 139,000 ; Denmark, 41.400 ; England, 365,000
(including 230,000 volunteers) ; Austria, 651.612 ;
Germanic Conf?d?ration, 407,361 ; Turkey, 341,580;
Egypt., Moldn-Wallacbia, Montenegro and Servia
together. 152,000; Belgium, 198,291 ; Switzerland,
80,650 ; Roman State a, 12,000. All thi se figures
added up givo a total of 5,975,262 officers, aub
oDicera and soldiers.
The agente of the Froedmen's Bureau, in the
absenco of legitimate busiueaa, having turned
their attention to photographing the backs of ne
gro women, we trust they will furnish us with
Firrt. Of the estimable Ohriatian gentleman of
Boston, Masaacliuaetta, who whipped bia aon to
death be eau ?<> he refused to say his prayers.
Second. Of the agent of the Fre.dm?n'a Bureau
in North Carolina, who stole tho rations and old
clothea intended for the poor negroes.
Third. Of the "chaplain" connected with the
Bureau who tied up bia sable parishioners by the
thumba be o?nae they would nor pay their taxes.
Fonrth Of the model * Union" member of Con
groaa from Arkansas (Gonoial dantti, who has
jual been arrested in Baltimore for ravishing him
sister-in-law, a child twelve yearn of age. ,v
Firth. A gallery of photographs of the seventy
or eighty black proteges of the Bnrean, who, the
last, New York Polios Gazette informs ne, have
committed aots of snoh horrible and brutal vio
lena, all over tho freo States that it has become
unsafe for a woman to leave her house without an
Hers Is a splendid field for the noble artists who
have recently made snoh a pretty pioture for Har
per's Weokiv ont of "Urs. Abraham's girl."
W ARTIFICIAL EYES.-AI.TIFIOIAL H?
M/..- v,y___ made to order and lasortod by Dr*. F.
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made new, withont Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
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? made from the choicest materials, is m titi and
?n-olllentlnlU nature, fragrantly scented, and
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sale by all Draggle ta and Fancy Goods Dealers.
jw iTCHi rroHi rroHi s or at o hi
SOBATOHI BOUATOHl WHEATON13 OINTMENT
will euro tho itch m 48 honra. Also earea Salt Hhenm,
Dicers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
60 cents. For aale by all druggists. By sending 00
cents to WEB-3 ft POTTER, Sole Agents, 170 Washing
ton etroot Boston, it will he forwarded by mall, free ol
postage, to any part of the United States.
June 4 Cmos
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Immediately a splendld Black or nat--al Brown, with
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HEQENEIUTTNO EXTBAOT OF MJXLEFLEUHB,
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August IT lyr
W BP BO I Al, NOTIOE.-"QBBATOAKS FBOM
little acorns grow." The worst di soases known to the
oman race spring from cannon so imill as to almost
ely detection. The volumes of scientific lore that Oil
the tables and shelves o ; tho medica fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourmeives while yon may. The small-t
pimple on the akin tell-tale and indicator of disc- o ;
It may fade and dio awa from the trarface of the body,
bo will-roach the rita li,perhaps, at last,and death
??otho resn and Ana close. MAOOIEl/8 BILIOUS
DY8PKPTI0, an DIABBHEA PILLS euro where all
others fail. While for Burns Scald t Chilblains, Oute,
and all abrasions of tho skin, MAOOIF-'S Salve la In*
fi?llble. Sold hy f. MAMO_, No. 43 Ful ton-street,
New York, and all Drnggirrto, at 26 oenta per box.
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bweet Opoporax-The richest and choicest per
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Bweet Opopoiiax-A raro and moat exquisite Port-ne,
far surpaaiing hi Its rich and delicious flavor any that
haa yet been offered to the public, either import-I or
otherwise. It h? rendered by ita splendid qualities a
delightful extract for the handkerchief. It la the moat
delightful, lasting, and fashionable Perfume ever ueod.
Try it E. T. SMITH k OO.,
July 7 Btuth?- o Floral Perfumery, New York.
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The following startling and eoiphatlo statements can
bo seen at our effloe.
Letter of Ber. E. ?. Cn un, Chaplain of the 107- New
?Mli Aoqu- C__x, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to the great exposure aad terrible decomposi
tion aft-! the battle of Anttetam, I waa utterly prostrat
ed and vary ni-. My stomach would not retain medi
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Dk-Kz, of Kew York, was presorlbed te give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave me immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
me to join my regiment. * * * . I have slnoe seen
them used In many eaaea, and am free to say, for hos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Bev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Bev. N. E. G_ns, St. Claireville, Pa.
Oenti.ru-r:-You were-nd enough, on a former oc
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benelt from the use of these Bitters, I d_ir? "r to
continue them, and you will please send -t* ",_ bottle?
more for the money enolosed.
I am, very truly, 'o -ra,
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SO-DiCU. Hoir-, SUPJ-BINTXirDEKT'S OwWlCOt, \
Crr.-ciNn?.Ti, Ohio, Jan. 16lh, 1863. j
. ......?a? *
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from various causes, and the effect la marvellous and
Buch a preparation aa this is I heartily wish ha every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. O. W. D. ANDBEWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. Guilds, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Be
..imont, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They ara the most effective, per
fect, and harmless tonic I evor used."
Wa-urn's Horan, \
Washington, D. 0., May 3_d? 1803. J
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They prevent mlaamatio and intermittent fovors.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomaoh.
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when Cork Is covered by our private U. S. Stamp. B?
ware of counter.-, ts and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE k CO.,
No. 21 Park Row, New York.
October 38 ? tn th Tv
KATH Al RON IS FROM THE GREES WOB1
"KaU ), " or "H.tholro," signifying to cleans?
rejuvenate and restore. This article is what its nam?
sf.ni-.-S. For pres?-v__g, i-sf-risg and -fan_iM__ tiv
human -air, it is the moat remar kablo preparation In th
world. It is again owned and pnt op by the oricixu?
proprletor, and is now made with the same care, skill
and attention which gave it a sale of over on? million
bottles per annum.
It Is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
Ii eradicates scurf and d-druff.
It keeps the head cool and clean,
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a boautiful heav
of hair should use Lyon's Kathai ron. It is known anc
used throughout the olvlli-e- world. Sold by ali re
spectable dealers. DEM?S BABMB8 k CO.,
October 38 stuthlyr Now York.
THE PUBLIC ABE RE8PE0TFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by the same person who mad? them for over twenty
years for James Moorhead. He having the original re
ceipt, can conAdontly recommeLd them equal to any
made during Mooi head's life lime.
Sold In quantities to suit purchasers at No 09 CAL
HOUN-BTKEET, south side, between Meeting and An
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
THEODORE F. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
Office ??i? g????27_Kifl_-_t.
H AVINO RBTUBNED TO MY NATIVE CITY, AT
TBB an absence of five years, I tender my Pro
fessional Services to my friend?, th' former patients of
the late Dr. WM. _>. MoNKF-LLDT (my pree-pter). and
the public genera Hy. By the opportunities and the many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (buick the disbanding
of the armies), I am ens ?lod to offer the LATEST
-STYLE*) OF wornt and the MOST IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
June 38 tbstu3mo
Exchange Broker and Collection Agent
So. 229 Broa* Street, Augusto, _}_,
Buys and ?elis cn Co-usission, OOLD and SILVER
OOIN. BANK -?'OTK-, BONDS, COUPON? and ?_?OKS
ol all kinds, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collects for aU parts of the United Stains, and
makes remittances prompt ly.
BmUMM.-Mei-rs.Go-H- 4 Wr_sO-, D_Oott_s
? BaUlB, E. H. RoDouim & Co., Oharloston a a _
Juno 10 sc-tfetaoo
ALBEE k WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PAINTS,y)ILS, GLASS, &c.
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL,
N0. 4 _IAYNl.-rRI.I-T,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Augnit 1 _lmo
-3TT. CK_A. H.^3
DR. LAWBENOE'3 C_XI_RAT__> ANTI-SYPHI
LITIC, warrante- a certain oura for SYPHILIS
In all Its form?. Entirely vegetable.
jJSjrFor sale by ali DragpisU-S?
ECINGr AC 0/\J3B_DHl_
J_ly 3 -mo? 0HA___B-?TON, a 0.
IN THE CITY !
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 DCTTN HIS
PRICES, which will a.complish
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 BLACE CLOTH FULL DBESS
FROCK COATS.$88 |32
FINE BLAOK CLOTH F?LL DBE8S
FROCK COATS. 35 30
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DBESS
8A0K8. 30 I-"
FINE BLAOK OLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS. H li
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED 8AOK8. 8. 28
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS.a. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH CASS. FULL LINED
SACKS. 2a li
FINE FBENOH MOUNTAIN DEW OA8S.
SKELETON HACK. 21 20
HA BRIS OBEY CABS. H KEL ETON
SACK.,. 21 IS?
OHIVROIT CASS. SKELETON SACK.. _0 1*
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON BKELE- ??.?
TON SACK.... 32 IS
DARK (.REV AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED CASS. SACK. li 11 '.
COLORED ALPACA SACK. G\ 6
W--El LINEN DUCK 8AOK8. .jil, $7, $6, ?10, dffc' J*
COIiPBED ALFADA SACAS.....V-^
BROWN AND <_-l?V TWl$_ Bin
BROWN LINEN DUCK 8A0K.
BROWN LINEN DUCK BACK. 5,
BROWN LtX-I SUrTS.jSAOK, PANTS
A.,11 VEST...T.?L. IO 8
-.J ACK BILK ALPACA SACK. 8 60 7.-?>
BLACK SILK ALPACA BACK. 7 6
BLACK ALPAOA SACK.?. 6 ?
BLAOK FRENCH DOE OA8S. PANT8.. $16 13
BLAOK FBENOH DOE CASS. PANTS., l8 11
BLAOK FBENOH DOE GASS. PANTS.. 19 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASH. PANTS., l8 l8
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. IS 12
FRENCH 8ILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. l8 IO
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. l8 10?
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH CASS.
PANTS. U 11
OHIVHOIT CASS. PANTS. 13 IO
STRICTLY ENOLISH CASS. PANTS... 16 1"
LIGHT COLORED CASS. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED OASS. PANT8. 0 8
LUPINEHAIB-UNED CASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FBENOH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. IS 10
FBENOH -OINEB CLOTH PANTS. 13 .
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 0
BLAOK ALPAOA LINED PANTS. 8 t. BO
COLORED CAH8. PANT3. 8.60 -.SO
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 8 3
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 9 1.60
BLAOK OLOTH VESTS (SILK BACK).. 11 9.60
BLAOK HA TIN VESTS. 7 G.fJO
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 6.60 ?.60
COLORED SILK VKST8. 7 6.60.
COLORED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OA8S.
VE8T8. 8 5
SILK MIXED FBENOH OASS. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 6.60 4.-0
HAIR-LINED CASS. VES l S. S.BO 4.60
BUOWN LINEN DUCK V-BT8. 8.60 8
BROWN LINEN PHILL VESTS. 3.60 2
V? HITE MABSEILLES VESTO. ?7 and 6 $0 and b
A FULL SUPPLY 01? THE
FINEST -HIRTS AND COLLARS MADR
Together with a Large Lot o?
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c,
Which will be sold at corresponding Low Price?.
Jiar The Price Id plainly marked on eaoh article.
Capta B. W. MoTureous, '
AB USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
-coomr-Odating his friends, and the pubUo la general,
AT THIS PLACE, who aro rospectfally Invited to eau.
WM. MA?THIEM, "BN_,
No. 219 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. O.