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The JDa?ilv JNews.
FH1P1Y >M?HNINQ. AUGUST io, 18C0.
all? l ..mihi, i i .1 Ilium, i.
On Wednesday last Mr Wilktus, a school toach
.r of Norfolk, waa arrosled by tho military au
thorities and taken to Richmond, beoaueo bo al
lowed the display of a miiiiaturo Coufedorato flig
during the recitation of Home versos at a school
celebration by eomo little girls. Tho flag wa?
mado of paper. The Norfolk Virginian of Friday
says : "Ou Wednesday, by order of Goneral
Terry, acting beyond .a doubt upon ins'ruotions
from Washington, Mr! J. T. Wilkius was released
from Libby anson, without tho Bhadow of a trial
nponany charge ju-tifyiug bissoizure by military
authority, and confinement in a common guard
As mimo of our readers may nover have seen
the verses in qu.-Htimi, wo reprint thom hore :
THB CONQUERED BANNEB.
[The Rev. A. 3. Bran, Cathu ii Priest of Knoxville, D10
coso of Nashville, Tejn. j
Fnrl tbat banner, for 'tia xoeary ;
Bound ita staff 'tia _ri"pln_ dreary ;
Fnrl It, fold it. it Is best ;
For thoro's uoi a mau to ?rave it,
And there's not a ??or I t . ?ave it,
And thero'a not on o loft to lavo it
In the blood which heroes gav? It ;
And It? ruo* now ?c-.rn and brave it ;
Furl it, hide It-lot It rest. -,
Take that banner down, 'tis tattered 1
Broken is ita staff and shattered !
And tliu valiant boat? aroxoattored
Ovor whom it _>alo_ blub.
Ob 1 'Ila ham f ii ua to f Id It
Hird to tblnk thire's none to bol-1 it ;
Hard that thom) who onco ui rolled it
Now must furl it with a algb.
Furl that banner-furl it sadly
Ones ten thousands bailed it g adly.
And trn thniixauds wildly, mu.Hy,
Swore ii should forever wave
Swore that toi?tnan's sword vould nover
Hearts like theirs entwined discover; "
Till tbat flag .boiild float forever
O'er their frooaoin or their grave !
Kuri it 1 for tho banda that grasped it,
And tbo he ?rta that fo'Kllj e ?8(ied It,
C?l? _nrt dead >.io lying low ;
And tbat oanner-it la trailing 1
While around it oonda the waiting
0/ its people in their woe.
For though conquered, i hey adore H !
Love til cold dead hands that hore it
Weop for tho-e who fell b? lore it I
Pardon those ?ho trailed and tore it !
Bot oh I wildly they "rplnt.lt
Now who fnrl and fold It so.
Furl that banner ! true 'tis gory,
Yet 'tia wreathed around with glory.
And 'twill live in song and story.
Though ita foi a are lu the dun;
For ita name on - rightea- pago?,"
Pouucd by poets and by sagen,
Shall go sounniiif? down tbe ages
Furl ita folds though now wo muet.
Furl tbat banner, softly, slowly,
Treat it gently-it IB holy
For it droops atiov. tnu dead.
Touch It no', unfold it never.
Let It droop there fur ed forever,
For its peoplo'a hopes are dead I
Ucranias Desert lug Hie Kau leal s.
The Indiana Union, a German paper published
at Lafayette, hitherto strongly Republican, has
come to the couolnaiou that Radicalism and fa
naticism aro fast mining the country, and that it
is the rinty of Germans toacut loose from party
shackles and act independently. Wo copy from a
late artiole in the Union, in whtch it takes bold
ground against Mr. Obth, the Radical member of
Oongress from that District, in the following ex
If we look to the workings of the Radical Con
gress we find, as tho omy result, an unjust, op
pressive, and exorbitant tax law-a law which has
a tendency to made the rich richer and the poor
poorer; in other words, an exact copy of tho Eu
ropean despotic ideas of Government. A,case
mentioned of thiB is Ruf_ci< nt to set the foreign
born citizen to thinking-fur you all well know
that tbe scenery -it you. native land is in no way
inforior to tho moat boautiful _o..__ry _i .?oc?i_
bt-'a farm," uu_t, t__ w..-?m aro &a fair, and tho
heart beata iib warm for justice and right as any
where in the universe.
In fertility our soil cannot bo surpassed; our
native tougne itself is ?Ira mt the perfection of
language, and the richly decorated prairie flower
is not ev_n a comparison to our clovor-blosBom in
beauty and fragrance Well indeed might the
proud son of C -tumbi ?'a land ask us why we did
not i em tin in the fair land that gave ub birth.
We answer, and give as tbe reason, exorbitant
taxation, violation of tho organic laws of our na
tive States by designing and rotten men, who
robbed the people of the dower which rightfully
belonged to thom, and concentrated the same in
thomsolvea, in or?ier to carry out thoir hellish de
signs. In other words, tbe love of libertv and
free government. This being our eauso, w'.uld it
not be treason to the hopos of the world if wo
were to defend anything oleo than the principles
heroin advocated ? While wo ?tee the necessity of
two or more parties to the wel<aro of a w.ll or
ganized republican government, we cannot shut
our eyes to the corruption of either.
Therefore we say that we condemn the courso
pursued by Mr. Ortb, our present Representative
in Oongress, and wo oharge that, instead of serv
ing or even oousultiug tho interests of his con
stituents, he has lent bia aid to partisan purposes;
yea, wo believe even selflah considerations did at
limes control his votes. To say the least, look at
his vote on the whiskey tax-if we may be per
mitted to fall from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Gan he claim that be is loser by it? Again the
idea of forcii g an obnoxious Constitution upon an
unwilling people is not republioan in any sense of
the view, yet this be is gui.ty of, and he claiming
to be a worthy descendant or a German anceatry,
had the aud_citj?of denouncing, whilst he acted a?
ohief cook and bott! -washer of the Know Noth
ings in this locality, the Germans and foreigners
especially, as incompetent to exercise a right
whioh is no dear to every American heart and oiti
een, the right for which so much American blood
has been shed, tho right of suffrage and self-gov
The New Boluc H_b___> oj____n to Account.
It is reported that a couple of gentlemen.
Italians by birth, reeiding in this oitv, called
upon the junior .editor of the Herald, a few
daya since, at bis office, and demanded either a
retraction of the recent libels upon Italian charac
ter whioh have appeared in tho editorial columna
of that shoot, or suoh satisfaction as may be had
under the rules of the oodo of honor. ~*
The editor ia stated to have refused to mako tho
amende honorable, and deolined the alternative
lort him on the ground that bo bad not time to
fight evert bodv who happened to bave cause for a
quarrel through statements made in his papor.
At this hi? nuweloome visitors expressed some
Sardinian surprise. Indeed, the reply to their ul
timatum ?eeaied bo propo_u:r_uB that they at firet
oould hardly huh. vo their senses; but at length
they were forced to do so, being rudely ortterod
to retire and look elsewhere for satisfaction in the
shapo desired. Wh_r? u >on the delegation,.,with
drew, significant y remarking that tho editor
would "hear from thuin again."
This report has naturally given rise to mnoh
speculation as to wh *t will result from the Scot
tish-Italian i'ubrugli'i. Home think that tho
foroed apology will appoar in print, while others
bold that, for this oocaalon only, time will bo
found for a hostile meeting in tbe vicinity of tho
old unr-tchin.-p ?lo grounds. 1 huso who know
the determined charaoter of the two gentlemen
who have uuriertxh? n ->> see this raattor through
are oon?deut that the H- raid will be disi-omfittod,
or olee that aomebody will bo unrt.-Neva York
a? a? a
Am Af-igan M nst_ . -a ?-ouster tnrtlo w*b
caught last week noar Bunnin, Me. Th>.- Portland
(Me ) Press ?ave : "It is jndged that he weighs
moro than twelve hundred p.?und?. Some twelve
or thirteen years nineo a vessel was wrecked in
that vicici y, ??iih an Afrio.n turtle on board tbat
weighed three hu tired pounds. There is no
doubt that the cptured one ia the same fellow, ae
h. baa been ?cou occasionally ever since he w?s
wrecked. He ha? improved his time by growing
bo tbat when in the water it took four men to
manage him, with a ouird tied to eaoh flipper."
N o i lil t'uriillnii Newt,
The Wilmington fi'lku aro manufiulnritig rail
road cars-a wiso policy-instead of ?ending capi
tal from home.
Washington Lowie, who attornptod to esoopo
from the Wilmington polioo by jumping into the
Capo Fear, waa drowned, and Mid jury bruugbtin
a verdict of Bi-rvrd bim right.
Near Keansvillo thoy havo stalks of cotton
measuring thirty-six inohes, on which there are
one hundred and thirty-six well dovoloped bolls.
Franklin county farmers expeot to make big
Captain B. F. Fnlgbum, of GoldBboro', it is
said, has placed over the gravee of the ecattored
and unknown dead in that vicmity, neat bead
boards marked thus :
"Ignolut ted Gloriflcatut."
Well dono for F?lghum.
Colonel Eddie, a very estimable ofliaer, is soon
to asaumo control of freodmen'e affairs at Salis
The Mayor of Charlotte is ont in a card an
nouncing to freedmen and whites that he intends
to enforoo vigorously the vagrant act.
The Chops.-We learn from a gontleman who
bas just arrived from S.mpson county, that too
much rain has played bnvoo with the cropB in the
eau torn part of that county and in the western
part of Duplin.
In tim western part of tbo State, on tbo other
band, and especially in Chatham, Guildford, Da
vidson and Randolph, the lack of rain has almost
entirely mined the prospect for a good crop of
?h?.at and corn.
The prospects in Cumberland, Bladen and Robo
soti aro Haiti to bo good. A few wooka sine?? it was
feared that a drought would occur to blight and
destroy, but tho copious Bhowure whicb bave
fallen wero so refreshing as to give a new impulso
to tho luxuriant growth, and now it is thought
that the season will bo propitious. Wo trust the
expectations of the farmers may not bo disap
pointed, especially as the prospects aro so gloomy
in othor sections. '" -?
Death of Severa- Persons from Poison.- WV
havo received information from a friend in regard
to a rocont melancholy ovont, brought about by a
lieiiih-h. and munlcrons design. The facto of tho
case, as comniunicatod by our informant, are to
the effect that quite a number of uersons woro in
attendance at tbo marriage of Dr. Marable in
?Simpson County, during the week past, and that
on the day following tho majority of thoso presont
wero taken nick, all alike, and that several bave
The conclusion which has since been arrived at,
is that these robults wero produced by poison.
The ?umber of persons present at the marriage
(including the blacks of the household) is estima
ted at furtv-Buvi-u-forty-three of this number
wore affected similarly.
The perpetrator of the dosign baa not aB yet
been discovered, nor are thore any certain proofs
as to tbo administering of the poison, but our in
formant who was just from the scone of Buffering,
writes that he ?b fully persuaded that poison waB
iufused into the conking.- Wilmington paper.
The Decay of Spain.
There is a beautiful passage in a lettor of Sui
picius, tbo jurist, to Cicero, in whioh ho speaks of
the rnins of tbe once flourishing cities ho had
lately seen, and draws from such a speotaole a
moral whioh rebukes the aueruloneness of hu
man grief, and suggests an elevated strain of con
solatory rofleotion. _ How trivial do the reverses
of a single life, tbe disasters that darken our little
day, seem when compared with the decay of such
an empire, the fall of such a Htate aB that of
Spain I And yet we recoguize in such a retribu
tion alike the goodne-s and the wisdom of God,
and pity is not mingled in the emotions whioh it
calls forth. Tho reader of English p etry will
reoall gome vigorous I?iicb by Cowper, suggested
by that anblime picture in the fourteenth chapter
of Isaiah, in whioh the prophet paints, with a pen
cil grander and more tragic than that of _-2schy
lus, the powers of hell as moved to meet ino
coming of the Eing of Rabylon, and the kiugs ot
the nations are rising np to give him their atern
and awful greeting :
"O, could their ancient Incat rite again.
How would they take np Israel's taunting strain I
Art thou too Callen, lb?ria ? Do wa set*
Tho rob our and tli? murderer weak as we ?
Thou that has wanted earch and dared despise
Alike tbo wurint i ?nd meruy ni tbo eli loa,
Th> pomp ia in th? grave, tby glory laid
Low in the pits Milne av.rlco han made.
To boo the oppressor In bia turn opproaaed."
Hiatory ?b ever justifying the ways of God to
man, and never more forcibly than in the foi timen
of Spain. If tbe power has been taken away from
her, it is becau?o it was abutted; it* tbo scoptro has
been wrested from her grasp, it is because it was
converted into a scourge. To no man it is per
mitted to do wrong with impunity; least of all the
rulers ol' the earth. The a< ldahuesa of tyranny is
punished by the weakness to which it leads, and
bigotry extinguishes in time thp religious prin
ciple Irom which its power to ?lo mischief is do
rived. In her present weaaness, Spain is reaping
the harvest of wroug-do ng. Ii ber ships, colonies,
and commerce aro gone her agriuulturo and
mauufaoturuB are neglected, if she baa no rail
roads, no activo press, no generally diffasod edu
cation, it is because ber rulers have beeu tyrants,
her ministers of religion iron-hearted and narrow
minded bigo's, and her nobles indolent and pro
fligate courtiers. In ber desolate ?slate inmi ted
humanity is avenged, and the retributivo justice
which baa overtaken her speaks in a voice of
warning to the oppressor and of consolation to
And is there no hope for Spain ? Will the night
pass away and the morning dawn ? To hazard
even a conjectural answer to these questions re
quires far more knowledge of the omi ?try than
we posaos?. No traveller haa vieiied Hpain with
out bringing away a strong Boneo alike of the vir
tues and the capacities of her people. With God
all things are possible, aud for mourning Iberia
the hour may yet strike and the man may yet
como. Who would ?tot rejoice to Bee that pros
trate form reared again, and the light of hope
onoe more kindling thoBo down casi oyes--the
?,'olden harvest of opportunity again waving over
lor plaina, and the future onoe more unbarring
to the enterprise of her auna its gates of sunrise- r
George 8. HiOard.
1 ?io-mon D Tobacco M ancfactuebub Before the
Wab and Now. - In no oranob of business lu this
oity haa the effoot of war been more Badly felt
than in tbe manufacture of tobacco. Before the
war our street- resounded witu the cheerful songs
of the negroes, as with willing bands they ma
nipulated tbis great staple oi Virginia in the fac
tories whioh lined every street of onr beautiful
oity; but dow the song is hushed, the factories are
in rnins, many of the former proprietors are iu
their graves, many ruined by the disastrous fire
of the 3d of April, and the negroes that once
worked so merrily, being thrown out of work by
the destruction of the factories, now spend their
time in idleness and quarre ing. Thoso of our
mnuufaoturers that were not totally mined by the
war. with a spirit of ont -rpriae which cannot be
too highly commended, immediately set to work,
rebuilt their factories, and, witb the means at
band, rrcommoiio ? the mauafaotnre of tobacco.
Tho flfty-lx firms before the war yearly manu
factured one hundred ami thirty five thousand noxes
of tobacco, und employed about three thousand
negroes. Ttio twenty-six nu? at w.irk yearly
manufacture about thirty-three thbusand seven
hundred and fifty boxes, aud employ about fifit cn
hundred negroes, being one-fourth of the number
of buses mauufaoturea before tue war, yet at the
same time reqnir og one-half the mini >er of
negroes to do ono-fourtb the amount of work.
?. . aaa
A NXOBO from Louiaiana lately called upon Prosi
dont Jntiiii-un, witb refer? nee to tho establishment
of sohools for freedmen io that ?tato. The result
of that interview is given in a lettor from t lie col
ored clergyman in question to th.- New York Tri
buno, in which ho ti ?vein res that tho President's aid
did not stop with professions, and adds : "He has
just given $1000 to a colored aohool, and I oall that
practical friendship and no mi-take." In another
Sart of the letter he rays : 'I have not collected a
ollar yet, for money is lees important at this
stage than the moral aid of the poople's represen
tatives." "The peoplo _ repre entativea" in Con
gress will give abundance of "moral aid," but how
caany of thom will give ?1000 ? The Radicals jost
now are engaged in using tue negroes for getting
up riote lu the 8<inth Tbey have no lime to think
of their ednoitti^n. Tino ia h fair sample of Radi
cal friendship' for the freedmao.-Philadelphia
a . -
.jorDARRY'S rROPHYLA?TIU FLUlD.-THIB
article la not of furelgu origin, but ?b indlgenoas to tho
South. ProvIouB to tho war tho do m an ii for it was ox
teuHlve. During the war Professor DABBY fnrnisbed
It for our military -??splUle, where It was moat eiU.Itiit
in preventing Erysipelas and Cangreno. Bo has now
resumed its manufacture, and wo doubt not ita silo
will correspond to ita merits, which, wo believe, aro
accurately stated in tho advertisement.
HW HYGIENIC WINE-THE GREAT IB
PORTED TONIC-It la uttorly differ cut from alcohol! o
trashy bitters. It waa endorsed by flfty-s'x member.of
the Amorioan Medical Association, with their signatures,
Baltimore, May 1, 1866. All phyeloiano who examine It
unhesitatingly approve it It Is the BEhT TONI- FOB
LADIES known. Sample ?asas sent on receipt of $15.
LAMBERT A K AMI'INO, Importen,
Nob. 31 and 83 Broadway, New York.
MU??AT PEBLE- fluent Toblo Wlno,
N. B.-Samplos sent to physicians, with formula free
ofoharge. mwi_mo_ J nue 25
JKTARTIFIOIAL EYE8.-ARTIPIOIAL HU
HAN ETES made to order and Inserted by Pre. F.
BADOH and P. GO?GELMANN (lonnorly employed by
lloia-ojiiiEAu, of Paris), No. 6-9 Broadway, New York.
.T AWAY WITB 8PE0TA0LE8.-OLD EYES
?nade new, without Spectacle?, Doctor or Medicina
Pamphlet mailed free on reooipt of ten cents. Add. es?
_. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
ST COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, in such univeri-l _em__a,
? made from the choicest materials, la mild and
.mollientin ita nature, fragrantly scented, ano
extremely beneficial in its action upon the akin. For
gale by all Druggists and Fanoy Goods Dealers.
February 7 lyr
4_T ITCH I ITCH I ITCH1 SCRATCH.
80BATOH1 80BATOH1 WHEATON'B OINTMENT
will euro the ltoh in 48 hours. Alto cures Salt Bhoum,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
60 couta. Por salo by aB druggists. By sending GO
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, Solo Agent?, 170 Washing
ton street BoBtun, it will _e forwarded by mall, tree of
postage-, to any part of tho United States.
Juno 4_ 6mob
e_r BATOHBLOB'S HAIR DYES-THB ORIGINAX
and beat In the world I The only true and perfect ILA Di
DYE. B-_-i BeUable and Instan tan eons. Produoei
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
mt Injuring the hair or skin. Item odios the Ul effect* o
ead dyea. Bold by _U Druggists. The genuine Is signed
-V-LLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
BEOENEBATTNO EXTRACT OF M-LIiEFLEUBS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Bair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
August 17 lyr
ear8PEOiAL notice.-"Obbatoaks froiy?
Little acorns grow." The.worst diseases known to thr
oman raos spring from canses so bid ail as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of tolentifto lore that fill
the tables and shelves o ithe medica fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yonrselTea while yon may. The -malloei
plmple on the skin tell-taJo and Indicator of disease:
ft may fade and die awa from the surf-c. of the body,
on wi ?reach the vita ii .perhaps, at lost,and death
-?otho res- and fina close. MAGG EEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, an DIARRHEA PILLS curb where all
nthors fall. While for Burne Scald i Chilblains, Out-,
-id all abraslona of the skin, MAGGIE _"8 Salve le in
foUlble. Sold by J. tHAGGlEL, No. 48 Fnltoa-atreet,
Vew York, and all Druggist*, at 20 couta per box.
Bop tomber 26 lyr
?tr?_gt_'w_B In _?r etop7-id in her hands-Planta
A few bottles of ('_akt a tion _rrc-_s
WiB ours Nervous Headache. a?
" Cold Extrcmltiea and Fovorlih Lips.
" Sour -tomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatnlenoy and Indigestion.
" Norvous Ailoctiona. ?
.. Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
'? Mental Despondency.
" Prostration ; Great Weakness.
"' Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, ko.
Which aro tho evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYBPEP8IA.
It Is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult alim?n ti
proceed from a deoeased and torpid liver. The hillary
secretions of tho liver overflowing Into the stomach poi
son tho entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long n-i? arch, wo are able to present the most
roma..abb cure for theao horrid nightmare diseases
the world has ever produoed. Within one year over sh
hundred and forty thousand persons hare t__.-n thi
Pl_nt atton ?Bitte-b, and notan Instance of complain
has come to Sur knowledge I
, It is a moat effectual tomo and agreeable stimulant
suited to all conditions of life.
The reports that it rollo- apon mineral aubs-inces foi
Ita active properties, are wholly fa.no. For the uti?
faction of tho public, and that patient, may consult
their physicians, we append a list of Its components.
Calibata i aub.-Celebrate- for over two hundred
years In the treatment of Fever and Ague, D?spepaia
Wo-kneas, etc It was introduced into Europe by the
Count-as. wif? of the Viceroy oi Porn, in 1-40, anri
afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the enormous pri?e oj
its otoo weight in silver, under the nome of Jesuit'"* Poto
der*, and waa flualy made publio by Louis XVI King
of Kranoe. Humboldt makes especial reference to lu
febrifuge qualities during, his South American travels.
Caj5c__u__a Bajbk-For dlarrhooi, collo and dlseue?
of the stomach and bowels.
Dandbijon-For Inflammation of the loins and drop
aloa? affections. ,
Cuai_omi__ Flowers-For enfeebled digestion.
LaT_K_?b F_ow__-Aromatic stimulant and tonto
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
Wr-TX_a___N-For scrofula, hearnst?sm, etc.
Aiass-An aromatlo carminative; creating flesh,
muscio and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clovobuds, orange, carraway, coriander, anake
Another wondt-rful ingr?dient, of great nae among
the Spanish ladloa . f .-?onth america. Imparting beauty
to tho complexion and briBlanoy to the mind, la yet un
known to the oom meroe of the world, and we withhold
ita name for the present,
Roon i sTsn, N. Y, December 28, 1861.
Meurs. P. H. Dsaii k Co.-I have been a great suf
ferer from Dysyensia for three or four years, and had te
abandon my profesal n. About three months a_o 1
ried the Planiatlon Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
no? nearly a well maa. I have recommended them In
several oases, and, as tar a? I know, always with signal
benefit. 1 am, ra. peotfully yours, .
Rev, J. a CATHORN.
Philadelphia, i Oh Month, 17th Day, 1803.
Bzsp-Otkd -ni_N_:-My dauguter hu been muoh
beneflitvd by the nae ot thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt send me two bottlcB more.
Thy friend, ASA ODBBIN.
____M___ House, Chicago, 111., i
F'brnary 11, 1868. j
M-bsbb. P. B. Drake .. Co. :-Phase send us anothet
twelve oases of your Plantation filttsrs. as a morning
appotl.or, they appear to have superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Toura, _o , GAOE k WAITE.
Arrange.uents are now completed to supply any de
mand for this artiole, which hu net heretofore been
The publto may rest assured that m no caso'will the
perfooUy pure standard of tho Plahtatioh _.i____s be
departed from. _.'t>?ru bottle bears the facsimile of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be gen.
Any per ton pretending ta tell i'lasta-ion Bn-___ in
buln or by the gallon, it ? swindler and impostor. Ben art
of refilled bottle*. See that our Privait Stamp it Unsw
.tclat-d over every cork.
Sold by all Drogs-ta. Grocers and De_l__s _aro_gho_?
P. H? DRAKE & CO., New York.
April 10 t?.wi?r
ear BOINEt?T * BURKE &_X-_-VK TJih
latest New York SAI-JES orery aiternc. a. Price lo
o.-iir. si.uu Apr-i
IN THE 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
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.
FINK. BLAOK CLOTH FULL DRE83 -..
FROOK COATS.138 . *>32
FINE BLAOK OLOTH FULL DBF-IS
FROOK COATS. 36 30
FINE BLAOK OLOTH FULL DBESS
BAOK8. 20 l8
FINE BLAOK OLOTH HALF LIMED
8A0K8. 14 li
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 32 28
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED 8AOK8. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH CASS. FOLL LINED
BACKS. 20 22
.TINE FBENOH MOUNTAIN DEW GASS.
?.SKELETON BACK. 24 20
HABBIB GllE? OAB8. SKELETON
8A<*K. 21 l8
OH1VBOIT CASS. SKELETON BAOK.. 20 15
8?PEB ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON HACK. 92 l8
DABK laREY AND BROWN HAIB LIN
ED OA83. SACK. 14 11
OOLOBED ALPACA BACK. 6 6
WHITE LINEN DUCK 8AOK8. .$11, $7, $6, $10, 0, 6
yRbWD*^?B^^i?--x-u?:r: I I
BBOWN LINEN DOOK 8AOK. 0 6
BROWN UNEN DUCK SACK . G 4
BROWN Li.NB.1 SUITS, SACK, PANTS
A. VEST..'. 10 8
ACK SILK ALPACA 8AOK. 8 SO 7.60
BLAOK SILK ALPAGA SACK. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA BACK. G 4
BLAOK FBENOH DOE CASS. PANTS..$10 13
BLAOK FBENOH DO-CASS. P*.NTH., l8 11
BLAOK FBENOH DOE0AS8. PANTS.. 12 10
FBENOH 8XLK MIXED CASH. PANTS.. 10 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 15 12
FBENOH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 28 10
LIGHT OOLOBED ENGLISH MELTON a
PANTS. l8 10
LIGHT OOLOBED FBENOH CASS.
PANTS. 14 11
OHIV-OIT CASS. PANTS. 12 10
8TBIOTLT ENGL ' H CASS. PANTS... IS 12
LIGHT OOLOHgD CASS. PANTS. 7 B
HaIR-LINED OA8S PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED CASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. l8 10
FBENOH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTB. 7 6
BLAOK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 0 4.50
OOLOBED CASS. PANTS..".. 0.50 4.50
CdlaOBED OASa PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.00
V- DEC S T S.
BLACK OLOTH VE8T8 (SILK BACK).. 11 9.50
BLAOKSAnN VESTS. 7 6?60
BLAOK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 0,60 4.50
COLORED SILK VESTS. 7 5.50
OOLOBED SILK VESTS. 13 19
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH CASS.
VESTS. 8 ?
8ILK MIXED FRENCH 0ASS. VESTS.. 7 t*
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 5.50 4.60
HAIR LINED CAMS. VKBiS. 0.50 4.50
BROWN LINEN DUCK Vi-8TS. 8.50 8
BBOWN LINEN DRILL VESTS..,. 2.60 2
WHITE M AR-EILLE- VSSTC. $7 and 0 f 6 And 5
A FULL SUPPLY OP THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS MAD.
Together with a Large Lot of
GLOVES, .NECK TIES, &c..
Which will be sold at oorreepondlng Low Price?,
t?T The Price la plainly marked on each article.
Capt. B. W. MoTuaTeous.
AB USUAL, WELL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
accommodating bia friend?, and tho pnbllo In general,
AT THIS PLACE, who tie roapectfuliy invited to oalh
VU. MffilllEM, AGENT,
Ko. 810 King-street,
OH.ArvIiBB-ON, O. O.
ALL WHO WANT
No. 394 KING STREET.
August 9 30
JUST O HP E 3XT IB I>
A FRESH STOCK
No. 394 KiiJLg-St.
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT
for Manufacturers of, and
Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in, Ladies', Gent's Misses',
Youth*^ and Children's Fine and
Medium Seved and Pegged
BOOTS AND SHOES, has taken
Store No. 394 KING STREET,
where he wiil keep*?, large as
sortment of Goods, which will
he sold at the lowest possible
Our PINE GOODS we warrant
in every particular, ? qu?l to
custom-made goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of the Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
Align?t 1 lino
C. K. HUGEE,
No. 137 MEETING-ST..
CHARLESTON, S. C.
a Xsm&W* & ': .(?. ??rr!.
f>^:-r:%y ?? ? | \; :' ;?v
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON * WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS. GRIST MILLS
COTTON GIN SI
MILL AND GIN BAND8
WILDER'? SALAMANDER ?SAFES, ia.
PLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARE
COTTON PICKERS, Ac, ko.
49** Beureeentedby Messrs. M. K. JESSOP k CO.,
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERT,
Drawn Daily at Covington. Ky.
MDRRAT, EDDY SCO., lAIAftERl
Tickets from Si to $30.
CIKODLAR8 SENT FREE OF OHAROS -ORDKB8
for TIUK.-TS in the ooovo LOTTERY promptly at
tend?- to. Drawing* mailed as nonn s thn Lottery is
drawn Havan- Flan 1 .otturv-30,000 Tickets; 695
l'rlzifl. Capital Prize, $100,000. Draws the loth and
Slat of eahh month. Address
H. T. PETER-, x
United mat??? Licensed Agent,
No, 90 Hasel streut, or Key Box 62. Postofllce.
DR8. RAOUL & LTNAH
HAVE RECENTLY RE'.EIV'-D ALAI O P. STOCK OP
DRUMS, BO AC. PERFUMERY ND PUOPRIE
"1ARY AND FAN- Y Ai?TI L<-, wl Ich they oiTt-jr at
WIioIobbIu Bud Rotail. They Mould cull special atten
tion to the rollowli.? :
Flux Seed (gronnci)
Cotton Wadding .
Medlo! no ('hunt?. (Plant-t'n)
Medi?me Otiesta (skip ti si?)
pirlts Lav nder
Hioaplior'O Acid -
l anido Aoid
U ?kIii Oliitmont
THE PtTBLlO ABE RKHPEOTFI7LLY INFORMED
?hat 'heno highly esteemed BlTTElM ara uow made
by the same parson who made them for over twenty
years for Jamns Moorhead He ha-|-?f the original ro
celpt, oatt oonddently i-oommei d* thom oq?al to any
made during M.?oi bead's life, lime.
Sold In qu nu ?J ti mi io suit parchas*!? at Mo 99 0AL
noUN-HTil-ET, south side, between Meotliig and An
son streut?. JAMES Mo RE AN.
Tait- t-a-TKttr. ???. ?JA. JOUliN'-L
IS P?BL-t-LBD tcV-B? 8AT0BDAY MORNING IK
the town oi B-n_etts-lli6. 8. a, bv W. f. E, am
I-rma. -T*-n*i? ?"Kara pt? annatal- eu-?*a -??t *. . ?
auii-rsioi i-oio' lo ? Mar m I