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THURSDAY _i01tK.N0, AUGUST 0, 18C0.
[VOR T1IK I>A1_T N-WH.]
One of N-.lull's J-ts-sOi-B.
HY MUS. C A. DAI.-.
When day is molting away f'oin slitht,
And losing it??e f In Ibc shade?of night ;
Winn th<- nild h rd crasos ita lay to sing.
And reats ou the ?muh with folded wing ;
When all lu na uri? 1? liualied and still,
Save ti?" mourutuI cr? of tbo wblpponrwfil,
And the ali lui uno in? elarn our earth to vlow.
Poop witb goldot. o?o? from their screen of blue
I love, in tbat hour, lu musing mood,
To altin unbroken aolltude,
And sing to m ?self some co?t old tune,
While 1 watch tho clouds pass over tho moon.
How swiftly and darkly tboy como and go,
Throwing tli.or shallows on all bulow ;
Wbllo over and ott, with a^ady light,
The radiant face of the Qnoen ot Might,
Beams forth with clear and undi aimed ray,
In its brilliant ooaut? seeming to say,
Though darkuets ?while my brightness shrouds,
My ligbt Is still ?biniug behind tho clouds;
Bmbloms ot lifoto my heart they seem,
The shadow'- dark, and Ino moon's glad beam,
Life, with its ever RWift cbsngin- shades,
From its earliest dawu, till In death it fades.
.orrow and gladness, darkness and light,
Whorever on carin j turu roy sight.
Ia the varied lo of t-s di huunu soul,
As it Breasts on io tbo final gool.
As Bimbian s play through tim driving rain,
So blend together p en- ro and nain.
No mortal uniuiuglud woo may bear,
Ko heart but of pi?? ?- urn nui lis share.
Tot too olt >?o ilweh on our griets alone,
And o', rio 6 tlio ble-slngs around u? strewn ;
Too oft forget, *hou willi sorrow bowed.
That light is s'.iU shining bi-liliui the cloud.
?u?i this i8 why, with itnlirlng eyes,
1 lovo to gaz-? ou tile cbangl'ig skies ;
Tln.y ?nv to my spliii. Hu atlll and wait,
Nor mourn with? ut bone o'er thy hapless fate :
Though hcnvilj now the shadow? fall.
And oi:xioua leara lliy heart appal,
There is jov forth? weary bohI iii store.
There la bliss ou tbo alioros of "the evermore ;"
Though uow in the turuaco of suffering tiled,
Thou wilt come forib, chosen and pm luid ;
Though darli nt-sn au lil o thy li lu-ular ebrouds,
There is light 'or th? o behind the cloudb.
Observations of Dr. Davis.
We find, in the current number of tho Ciucin
nali iancct and Observer, an ai fiele, by Dr. John
Davis, one of the most emiucul aud skillful allo
pathic physicians of tho Western States, in which
ho gives particulars concerning tho treatment of
cholera, which will, doubtlesa, havo interest for
those of our read era who adhcro to the allo
After reviewing the different modes of treat
ment and remedies which havo been adopted in
varioua countiies, and ahowiug their nncertainty,
Dr. Davis Baya :
I judge, therefore, that as yet, wo are safest in
seeking in the Bvmptoms of tnisdiaoaae for guides
for ita management. Examining the courae of the
malady, it is very often found that ita attaoks aro
preceded by laxity of the bowels corresponding to
ordinary diarrhoea, the .tools uot boing white nor
rice-water in character. We arc not warranted in
pronouncing such cases cholera; for, during the
epidemic prevalence of this pestilence, perhaps a
large part of the population are thus troubled, and
though many of them take no medicine, they es
cape any serious illuess. This kind of diarrhoea
tile French have named cholerine: but inasmuch
_a Dr. Farr has applied tina word aa a term for
the zymotic cauae uf cholera, it ia leas likely to
cause confusion if we confine ourselves to the ueo
of the old lame diarrhoea for tbia condition. The
indications for ita treatment are simply to use
rr-lri - -_? ?~a.?_g-U_j.
when, however, the diachargeo assume the rice
water form, or aro white and copious, we are war
ranted in concluding that cholera ia preaeut. Dr.
Drake, in one of his letters to the public, in the
early part of 181?, very emphatically declared
that when this character of stools appears, it is
just a? ?uro that choierais present as that your
bouse ia on fire when aa yet only a few shingles
are burning. Yet the course taken by many reg
ular physicians in this city was to consider i oth
ing as cholera that did not run through all tho
stages of the disease, including collapse, and
often oven death. When a city ordinance re
quired a statument for the public from each prac
titioner, of the i.nmbcr treated and tho results,
one estimablo and excellent physician, holding tho
viewa to which I have referred, reported four
canes and four deaths. S;i strong was the dispo
sition anning regular physicians to attach odium
to any report of suecos? at that time, that I de
clined makin? auy return concerning my own cases.
Rice-water di-rrhtea, or diarrhu-a presenting
copious whitish stools, appearing when cholera
ia epidemic, being regarded by all of the writers
as Buificiontly evincing tho presence of the
malady, it is our duty to acquiesce in this con
These discharge . manifest tbo absoucc of bile,
and that we need something that will cause this
accretion to flow into the intestines, and for this
purpose no agent is so powerful as calomel. And
our experience teacbea us that even in common
diarrhoea attended with whitish discharges, and
particularly in the caao of young children having
this kind of evacuations, we are very alow and un
certain in arriving at success, except when we
combine a limited amount of this agent with our
Another indication ia to control the diarrhoea by
the administration of astringents in company with
Pursuing our 'nvestigations, we find that aa
essential feature of the diseaso is the more or leas
rapid failure of the capillary circulation, and to
counteract this tendency no medicinea are so
effective as piperine and capsicum. They deter
mine more to the surface than any other stimu
lants that have not otherwiae a mischievous ac
tion in the condition of a cholera patient. So se- :
tive aro tboy, that a ?> eil person taking a full
doso of either is bot all over, often in a few min
Ab the attack advances, vomiting, intense
tbriat and aapproBeiou of urmo occur, accompa
nied with violeut cramps in the limbs; and if the
attack ia not controlled, collapse and death fol
Suoh ia the general deacription of the disease,
but the cases considered individually very often
present minor difficulties which require attention
almost as much as the graver symptoms.
My course upon meeting with a case of Asiatic
cbolera of the ordinary form was to administer
something am -lint i rig to the following, viz : Calo
mel, ten grain?*; gum kino, twenty grain?; pipe
rine, ten grains, prepared chalk, one drachm.
Mix and divide into teu porta. One of theso pow
ders to bo given every ten minutes or even only
evory three honra, according to the condition of
Iuatead of this formula, I frequently used the
following, viz : Blue mass, one scruple; i annin,
two scruples; piperiuu, one scruple. Mix and
mako into twenty pills. One of these to bo taken
every five or ton minutes, or only one evory two
or three hours.
For tho vomiting I ordered mustard poultices
over the stomach, and when this did not auflice I
prescribed tho following pieparation for internal
use, viz : Creosoto, half u drop; chloroform, from
half a fluid drachm to a fluid drachm; aimple symp,
half a fluid ounce; peppermint water, one and a
half finid ounces. Mix. A teaspoonfnl of this to
be given every ten or twenty minutes whilo tho
Notwithstanding the immonao thirst, I forbado
the nao of water, except in tableapoonfal mea
sures sparingly supplied, having found that in
larger quantities it waa immediately vomited. I
bowevor allowed small pieces of ice to bo kept in
the mouth, and I gavo water liberally after the
vomiting had ceased.
Ab to the mei cury in the foregoing prescrip
tions, I discontinued its uno as Boon as the stools
were darkened in color, or the diarrhoa was ar
rested. My observations led me to conclude that
the farther administration of mercury tended to
the establishment of dvaontory ano attending
fever. When -iarrhoa ptn*afaited and tho dis
ehargc? wera of :t tlnrk?-uctl color, omitting tim
ciilnniolor blue manu, 1 coutiuuetl tho other part?
?if tlu- treatment; and winn tho dian-hu-i was
ohockv?! licit off the astringenti?; coulinuing tho
uno of tho Htiniulant till reaction was fully le-es
liiblished, and often combining a grain ut quinine
with each dono of tho stimulant. In BOnio in
stances I uni'- Huxbam'a tincturo ol' hark, or
some preparation of iron, inatoad of tho quinine,
as a tonic.
Soon after tho appoaranca of reaction tho kid
neys usually resumo tho performance of their
fonction; ami there was seldom any occasion for a
resort to diurotice. Tho plenteous supply of
water, administered as soon as tho patient wtiB
able to retain it, almost always BU?iceu.
This was my gonoral plan of treatment. For
tho lesser troubles that often attended, I ordered
un tho circumstances scorned tu demand. Opium
or brandy I did not prescribe, except in special
casoa; and then only when tho attaok was in an
early stage, owing to the faotof what I saw myself,
and the testimony of some of the highest authori
tice, that their use tends to increaso tho danger
uf tho ocenrronce of fovor and corobral difficulties
when the pationt has survivod tho first stage.
Blistering with canthariduB ovor the epigastrium
was in 1832 extensively practiced in Europe; but
tho little benefit of it was bo manifest that no sys
tematic writer now recommends it.
FrictiotiB I discountonauccd, inasmuch as thoy
increaso tho alarm of tho sick and excito tho
minds of hie attendants, without producing any
benefit ad?quate to compensate for their evil
c-fh'Cts. And this coui'b-o I also pursued with
even thing else that was likely to add to the fears
vf the sufferer.
I wish I was ablo to stato tho proportion of re
cov?nos uudor tho plan which I pursued ; hub I
know that recovory was so frequonfc that oven
when culled to a eovcre caso I expected tho pationt
to got well. Evon a largo number of my collapsed
caaes survived. I may add that the great majorit-;
of my patients got well ?n ft very few dtiy? with
out passing through a stago of fever or having
anv cerebral disturbance.
My field of observation during the invasion of
1849 was extensivo, us msny of you know. My
oflico was in tho crowded German portion of our
city, whom ovory physician had moro calls to
visit poraons stricken with this disoaso than, ovou
with tho utmost taxing of his physical powers, ho
was able to attend.
Tile False hood nnd Km merrin lou of Iii?
[From the Xcw 1'orl; Times, Republican.]
Tho conree of the Radical press in regard to
the New Oilcans riot would bo moro tolerable ii it
convoyed an improrsion of disinterestedness or
sine? rity. Considerable allowance might be made
foi- tho extravagance of an attack upon tho popu
lation of a gr? at city, if the aim clearly were to
bring the population into moro hearty accord with
tin Republic. Tho clovation of slaughtered ne
groes ii.to mart) ra might bo excusable if thoro
were any tcnablo'grouiid for believing that it pro
ceeded iVi m a, humano und unselfish concern for
au ignorant and hardly-used race. But for tina
charitablo intomrotation of tho courno pursued
by Radical journals there is no room. It is at va
riance) with indisputable facts, for their course is
intelligible onlv when we start with a distinct un
derstanding that tho aim of Radical journalism is
to intensify aectional bitterness, not to promote
sectional harmony-to fo -ter the feolinga of auger
and estrangement as between the Unionists of the
North and th - people of the South-to aid tbo
purposes of those who would ride into power on
tho strength of a pretended sympathy with tho
negro, and under tho ploa of protecting the
blacks, would subject tho majority of tho whites
to insult and oppression.
Thus considered, the intomperate misrepresen
tation of affairs in New Orleans, the unscrupulous
and unjust abuse of Provident Johnson for his
conduct in relation thereto, and the wholesale im
putations upoD tho loyalty and humanity of tho
people of Louisiana, become clear to the most su
perficial observer. They are parts of a woll-con
Bidored scheme to help the Radical party in keep
ing the South out of the Union. They aro a devel
opment of the policy that has for months paBt sys
tematically magnified every occurrence that -*o*_,_
bo made to tell -gainst the Bouth. T_6*fare ;n
conformity with tho tactics which have pertftWht
lyignoied nil tvidenco of returning friendliness
anti Ion al'y on the part of the. South, and whiob,
wim ?hi-?i ""."?jh.noj, i>-vn 8.eizpd upon every
private ontrago, every act or lndivi'iual wrong,
every local row, as proof of the necessity of pro
longing (he ora of military supremacy.
Nothing is too great, nothing is too small, for
this purpose. The spirit which seizes upon the
Now Odea ?b riot as a partisan god-send, and
dwells with a malignant perseverance upon its
every incident, does not diudaiu the murder of a
solitary citizen. All is good fish that conies to
the Radical net. All is raado to render precious
sorvico to the Radical cau^o Tho samo pr? icena
of perversion that represents a riot begun by ne
groes as a war upon the nogroes, is used to con
vey the idea that an assault upon a loyal citizen,
or a robbery liom which a loyal citizen suffers, or
a squabble iii which a colored individual loses an
eye, or a fight in which a rebel rowdy kills a
Union rowdy, must bo regarded as an indication
of general lawlessness and disloyalty. Tho inten
tion is the same in every instance. It is to keep
alive ill feeling between North and South, and be
tween races in the South, with the view of justify
ing the programmo proposed by the Radicals.
Not .? week pasKcs without an illustration upon
this head. Ero the iuk is dry which accuses Presi
dent Johnson of mut dor, tidings c .mo of the
killing of an ex-Union soldier in his bed, some?
whoro in Georgia. Forthwith a cry is raised for
rcimnosing martial law upon that State, and lying
homilies aro preached upon tho ineradicable de
pravity and treason of the Southern people. From
another quarter we have tho nowa that a black
man has Jost his life in a street brawl, of the
origin of whioh wo know nothing; and again the
country is edified with dispatches touching the
divine mission of the Frecdmen's Bureau, ne a
saving agency between white wolves and black
Of course, the journals which thus pander to
sectional prejudice, and feed tho passions npon
which the Radicals play as a key to power, take
no notice of incidents and demonstrations at va
riance with their policy. For the manifold signs
of returning reason and loyalty whioh havo booo
visible in the South, they have had no wdrd of en
couragement or even of recognition. There has
been a plentiful record of outrage by negroes, out
rage upon l?males, murderous attacks upon
white men, and robberieB without number ; but
our Radical cotempnraries havo not been honest
enough to enter hese items upon the other side
oi the account. They bave kept out of sight the
dispatch from New Orleans, stating that after tho
termination of the riot, the peace was a second
time disturbed by negroes firing upon white citi
zens. Wo venturo to say, too, tiiat they will not
indite siiv.go articles upon the lawlessness of
Philadelphia, predicted upon tho doings of a
conplo of black cut-throats, as reported yesterday
afternoon. Ilad the attempt at murder ocourred
in Charleston, and bad the hired assasbina been
white instead of black, thoro would bo .io ond to
tho sensational headings and essays npon tho
Tho folly of this method of ministering to parti
san prejudice is as obvious as itsmiBchievousnesa.
What would be thought of tho Richmond editor
who ?-boult) gather together tho details of a singlo
mouths' murders in the city of New York, and pro
ptiBo to hold tho whole community responsible for
the recorn? Or of tho N??w Orleans editor who
should parado a late caso of matrioidc in Connecti
cut as a proof or social disorganization in tho land
of social habits? Or of the Charleston editor who
should cite oases of lawlessness from the sparse set
tlements of Iowa or tho remote region of Nevada
as an evidence of anarchy in the great Wobt? Ho
would bo laughed at as a fanatic or a fool, rio
would bo told that exceptional cas? s of crime provo
nothing sure that the niiJleiuum has not du wu-il
upon tho world. Ho would bo reminded of the
danger and injustice of hasty generalization, and
would bo loll Unit, despite these drawbacks, tho
North and West rank ou a lovel with the most
civiiiz'-d communities. Why shall wo deal differ
ently with tho South? Why shall we exaot from
Sou hern cities a moro profound rcspoct for virtue
and law than exists among ouroolvcs? Why shall
wo eroct for the Southern people a standard to
which we of the North have not attained, or affirm
a degree of general responsibility which in tho
North would be indignantly repudiated? Let it
be admitted, onco for always, that, auart Ircsn
the rooellion, Southern citizens are neither bette
nor worst? than Northern citizeus. And let na not
forget that eince North and South are bound to
dwell together, and to share the future together,
the aoouer tuuy get baok to friendly terms the
better it will bo for both.
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September 36 ly.
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Letter of Rev. E. F. 0__tr_, Chaplain of the 107th New
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Owing to the great exposure and terrible decomposi
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Letter from the Rev. N. K. Gilds, St. GlalrsvHle, Pa.
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April 19 t_t__jrr
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As the season advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor
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They purify Btrengthon and Invigorate
They or?ate a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change o water and diet
Thoy ovorcomo effects o i dissipation and late hoar:
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath tnd acidity of the stomach.
They cure DyapepBla nnd Constipation.
They core Dlar.hoo, Cholera and Cholera Morbu?.
They cure Li ver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
Thoy are the beat Bitte? m the world. Thoy raak,
the weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great r*
jtorer. They are made of pure St. Croii Bom, the cele
oratod Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are take?
with tbo pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Partioalarly recommended to delicate
persona requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all ero
eera, Druggist-, Hotels and Saloons, Only genuin
when Cork Is covered by onr private U. 6. Stamp. B?
ware of counterfeit- and refillod bottles.
P. H. DRAKE-CO.,
No. 21 Park Bow, New York.
October 38 atrrtb It
KATH Al BON IS FROM THE GREEK "WOB1
" Kithro, " or " Eathalro, " signifying to cleanat
rejuvenate and restore. Thia article is what ita narri
aig-iflea. For preserving, restoring and beantifying Un
naman bair, it is the most remarkable preparation In th
world. It la again owned and put np by tho o ruina)
proprietor, and la now made with tho lame caro, skill
and attention which gave It a sale of over one iDlUion
bettles per immun.
It Is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
H era<il<_ite- scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the bead cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents tho hair from falhng off and turning gray
It restore? hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who raines a beautlfal hei.
of hair should nae Lyon'a Kathalron. It is known an?*
need throughout the civilized world. Sold by all r?
apeotable dealers. DEMAB BARNES k CO.,
October 2? atuthlyr New York
KENTUCKY STATE L0TTEBY,
Drawn Daily at Covington. Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from $1 to $QO.
CIRCULARS BENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS In the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon s the Lottery is
drawn. Havana flan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; 605
Prizes. Capital Prize, $100,001'. Draws the 15th and
Slat of oaUi month. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United State? Lioenaed Agent.
No. 00 Hasel street, or Key Box 62, Postofflco.
THEODORE JP. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
OfflceHo.^ SS?I?I?275 King-st.
HAVING BBTUBNEO TO MY NATIVE CITY, AV
TER an atiBonco of five years, I tender my Pro
fetnlonal Services to my friends, th? former patienta of
the late Dr. WM. s. HuNEFELDT (my preo-ptir). and
tbepnblic generally. Hy tim opportunities and the many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (sine- tho disbanding
of tbo armies), I a<n ena dod to offer the LATEST
STYLES OP WOKK and the MUST IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
June 28 tlistu?mo
DRB. BA0UL & LYNAS
HAVE RECENTLY REPEIVKD A LARGE STOCK OF
DRUH8. SOAP, PERFUMERY 'ND PROPRIE
TARY AND FAN i Y ARTHJLlS. which they off, rat
Wbolonalo and Retail. Thoy would call special atten
tion to the following :
Flux Seed (ground)
Medicine Ghosts (PlantaVn)
Medicine Chests (ship use)
Tarin io Acid
THE PTTBLIJ ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemod BITTERS are now made
by the ?ama person who made tbem for over twenty
years for Jam?s Moorhead. He baring the original re
oelpt, can contldently recommend them oqual to any
made daring Moot head's life time.
Bo'd In quantities to ault purchasers at No 09 OAL
HODN-(>TRa_BT, aouth aide, betwoen MeeUDg and An
son streets. JAMBS MoKEAN.
Tilt- K AKTKIIIN SO. CAe JUlllUiAL
IS PUULIMIIHD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING IB
the town oi Bonnottavllle, S. C, try W. F. S. BEN
Punna.- rnriw lullars per annamlu *artat^'t*t<i:
a Ii R/VT1
IN THE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
public generally, that iii order
to meet their wants in the way
of SUMMER CLOTHING, and to
close out his present Stock,
he has MARKED DOWN HIS
PRICES, 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.
Pi ?ces. Price*.
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROCK COATS.?38 $32
FINE BLACK CLOTH FDLL DRESS
FROCK COATS. 35 JO
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
SACKS. 20 l8
FINE BLACK CLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS. 14 U
FINE FRENCH 81LK MIXED SILK
LINED 8A0K8 . 32 26:
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SAOKS. 31 _7*
FINE ENGLISH CASS. FULL LINED
8A0K8. 2G 12
BTNE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW CASS.
8KELETON8AOK. 24 2C
HARRIS GREY CABS. SKELETON
SACK. 21 l8
OH1VROIT CASS. SKELETON 8AOK.. 20 15
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON SACK. 22 l8
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED GASS. SACK. 14 11
COLORED ALPACA 8iCK. 0 5
WHITE LINEN DUCK 8ACKS. .$11, $7, $C, $10, 0, 5
COLORED ALPACA 8ACK8. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWKED SACK... 6 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. C 5
BROWN LINIIN D?OK SACK. 5 4
BROW-N LiNEN SUITS, SAOK, PANT8
A-U VEST. 10 8
i ACK SILK ALPACA SACK. 8 60 7.6t>.
BLACK SILK ALPACA SACK. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA SACK. 6 4
Former Presen ?
Price*. Price t.
BLACK FRENCH DOE CA8S. PANTS. .$10 13
BLAOK FRENCH DOE OA8S. PANTS.. 13 11
BLAOK FRENCH DOE CASH. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTo.. 1C 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PAN IS.. 16 12
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. l8 IO
LIGHT COLOBED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH OASS.
PANT8. 14 11
OHIVfiOIT CASS. PANTS. 13 IO
STRICTLY ENGLISH CASS. PANTS... 1? 12
LIGHT COLORED CASS. PANTS. 7 5
HAIR-LINED CASS. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED CASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS......... 13 10
FRENCH JOINER OLOTH PANTS. 13 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANT8. 7 6
BLAOK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.(50
COLORED OASB. PANTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.60
BLACK CLOTH VE8TS (SILK BACK).. 11 0.60
BLAOK SATIN VE8T8. 7 6.60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 7 6.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH CASS.
VEST8. 8 fl
SILK MIXED FRENCH CASS. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VEST8. 6.60 4.-0
HAIR-LINED OA8S. VE818. 6.60 4.60
BUOWN LINEN DUCK V_6T8. 8.60 3
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.60 2
WHITE MARSEILLES VE8T0. $7 and C $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
-FINEST -HIRTS AMD COLLARS HADE
Togotber willi a Largo Lot of
GLOVES. NECK TIES, &c"
Which will be sold at corresponding Low Prices.
gfsT The Eric, la plainly marked on each artlolo.
Capt. B. W. MoTureous,
AB U8UAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
accommodating bia friends, and the publio in gonoral,.
AT THIS PLACE, who are respectfully Invited to call.
WM. M-TfllBSeBN, AGU.,
Ko. 219 King-street.
OHARIiBSTON, S. O.