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Colton in Now York <|uict, Middling Uplands
Uuld closed 38?.
lt is reported that thc old church leader,
SANTA ANSA, waa shot nt Sitial on thc 2Glb ult.
The skeleton of a email dog, haring on llio
neck a collar of pure gold, was dug up in Port?
land. Maine, a fen days ?ince.
iVulrussla, where the day ?B now twenty-four
houri long, is thc only placo in tho United
States where a SUXINKH Bpoccli can bc read in
Tho Hudson Hirer bas boen fully stocked
with carp or goldfish. They originally got
into tho river from a priv?te pond at New
Ten years ago thc number of working horeos
in New York city amounted to somo 00,000;
five yours ago it bad i nc rea H ed lo 70,000, npd
is now estimated at 110,000.
The wreck of tho rebel gunboat Jiff. Thomp
ton, sunk in tho battle of Memphis, has been
blown up. The wreck of tho Beauregard will
next be blown up.
Tho total loss of tho Austrian army in the
late war with (ho Prussians, was 84,011 officers
and men, or moro than one-fifth of tho mon
put Into tho field.
The degrco of Mistress of English Literature
bas been conferred on Miss AUGUSTA J. EVANS,
author of "Macnria," "Dculah," etc., by Ibo
Baltimore Female College.
MACDONALD, the sculptor, who made such fino
portrait busts of Jons VAN DUBBS andCuABLxa
O'Coson, is modeling a life-sized female figure,
which he calls Sonnambula.
Seventy three yoarango the firs I boat Btarted
from Cincinnati up tho Ohio, lt was bullet?
proof, equipped wilh two cannon and small
arina. The round trip to Pittsburg was mado
in four weeks.
The dinner given lo tho President on board
the Naval School ship in Boston harbor, in
eluded pouches at $18 a dozen, and grapes at
$5 a pound, ono cluster of four pounds cost?
Ex-Confederate General Louis T. WIOFALL,
formerly untied uiuto. Oo"oior from the Slate
of Texas, is nbout entering upon Ihe pracituc
of law in England in connection willi Ameilu??
A new attempt will bo made lo connect Eu
ropo and America by cable. This time it will
bo undertaken by n French-American Compa?
ny, which will lay a cable between Brest arni
some point on tho American coast.
In Portland, Mc., thc liquor business ia t
thing of tbc past. All thc old resorts on Fon
atreet aro closed. Ono of them lina put up thi
following placard: "Bar taken out; pray?
meeting at four o'clock."
A memorial of JOHN GIBSON has been placci
near his grave in thc Protestant cemetery a
Home. This comprises a medallion, with th
portrait of tho deccneed sculptor in profile, th
work of his pupil, Mr. SPENCB, and nn epitaph
written in feeling terms by Lord LYTTON.
It ia elated tbnl great ni arm exista arnon
the whiles between Forts Yankton and Ran
- ".mini of an expected raid of Indian!
Vigilance Committees hare been organized <
Julesburg, the western terminus of the Unio
Pacific Railroad, for tho protection of thc pei
eon? and properly of tho citizens.
NAPOLEON and the Sultan are reported lo I
distant cousins. The Emperor's mother wi
a daughter of JOBKFIIINK by her firal huabam
while the Sultan's grandmother was a cousin i
JOSEPHINE, baring been captured by an Alg
rine corsair and sent lo thc Seraglio at Coi
There is a remarkable artificial fountain
Bennington, Vt. The water ia brought in
six-inch pipe from an elevation of 826 feet ar
li thrown in an inch jet to th? height of ll
feet. The entire works coil $20,000. Tl
celebrated fountain at Chatawortb, Eoglan
throws .i jet only ninety feet high.
Thc steamer lien Johneon has reached Omat
from Fort Benton, with one hundred thouaai
dollars in gold dust. Twenty-five hundri
stand ef arms and a battery of artillory hi
arrived at Fort Benton for nie in the territoi
of Montana. No Indians bad boen seen
QaUatin Valley since the arrival of Qeacr
MBAOUER and the volunteer*.
The Hartford Pren suggests that for tl
soldiers' monument of that town a "lofty ai
massive belfry, towering even abovo our big
est church spires, and containing a clock ai
chimes, would bo novel and imprcssiv
Perhaps a triumphal areli would be more a
Neither of these are lo be found in any Amel
The gunboat Patoi made a third trial trip
Boston harbor on Wednesday, using petr?leo
for fuel. The trial was even more eatiafacto
than the previous experiments. 'The rate
twelve knots was made against wind and tic
with a pressure of thirty-two pounds of atea:
The vessel waa fourteen inches deeper in t
water than on the previous trials, and waa
A Montreal dispatch says that "Confedei
lion Day" was celebrated everywhere in t
Dominion with rejoicing- Advices fron. I
. . ._uvwever, do not wno
sustain thia broad statement. Two newipapi
in Halifax, it would Beena, appeared in mom
lng, the national aoeiellea, Scotch and Bi
Bab, refuacd to take part in the proceaai<
fidga were shown at balf-maai, and other sif
of diiaatlBfaotion were apparent.
The pleaaanteat feature of the celebration
the Fourth of July in Philadelphia waa I
banquet giren by Mr. CHILDS to those e
ployed by him in the new Ledoer buildii
Editors, reporters, compositora, olerka, pre
men, feeders, carriers and newsboys were
generoualy provided for. Eire tables, acct
modating five hundred persona, were set in
press-room, and over a hundred newsboys w
dined ita the gallery. Several apceohea w
made by those who are among the veterans
the Ledger eatablisbment.
It is one of the curious facts connected w
the great exposition, that ao impressed are
Engliab employers with the superiority of
producta of the Frenoh machine shops, that tl
are deviling cheap excursions for their wc
mea, in order to give them the opportunity
take advantage of French skill. Engines, li
motivea, and olher machinery, have been
ported comiderably from Franco of lato, am
lait John Bull la waking up to his own il
The workmen employed at a marlpil, Han
England, recently came upon an enormous fe
calamite aeren feet in diameter andjof at prei
unascertained height. The outer rind, hf
the tbiekneia of about a quarter of an inch,
been completely carbonized, while the whol
th? hollow portion of the reed la compa
?lied with stone abounding with impression
calamites, ferns, and other vegetable exuvii
the carboniferous period. Tb* unoovered ]
lion of the foaail ia about seventy feet from the i
face. Mr. HAU i TOH, the proprietor of the
Intends to present it lo the museum of the
chanicB' Institution at Hanley.
The Milwaukee Sentinel *ay* that th* Mb
lippi River aleamboat* of tho North wes
and Northern linet are amusing themae
now-a-days by trials of apeed. Whon<
two of them get within sight of each othei
noes the tar, down goes the safety valve, ei
th* vvaaele, and up go tb? pasiengera
would if some Providence did not Interfei
prevent lt. Th* Sucker State, of the Nortl
lin?, ha? jual mad* the quickest lim* on re
from St. Louis to St. Paul, vii., two d
twenty-three boora and forty-eight mlo
from pott to port. The dlalanee li eight I
dred miles, and wai made against a currei
four or Ave miles an hour.
CU i tit IO NT TOPICS.
LKTTKU WBITKU from England conlinuo
I he ir assertions of Queen VICTORIA'S growing
unpopularity. Tlie Court mid the shopkeeper*
both diuliko her keeping up mourning; tho
Coi-mer becauso thero aro no gaieties at thc
palace, and (lie latter because their trndo suf?
fers. Tho newspapers also denounce her hnhit
of scuding royal visitors to thc hotels, nnd
paying their bills, instead of entertaining
thom at the palace. Slanders arc in circulation
that she iain lore writ'' a servant named JOHN
HUOWN, because ho loots very much like her
lalo husband. A correspondent of tho New
York World says on this head: '-She has her
faults; abo is now and then hasty in her temper;
sho is excessively economical, and I am afraid
sho drinks a far greater quantity of wine than
most ladies aro able lo lake nt a silting; bul lo
impugn her character ns a virtuous woman is u
great perversion of truth, which is the moro to
bo reprehended sinco il is directed Jngninst a
lady placed in a position fruin which she cannot
sloop to punish her calumniators. As I men?
tioned tho Queen's well-known weakness for
ono more glass of wine, I may as well state
how she acquired it. Tho Prince Consorl was
a gourmand, nnd tho Queen, to discourage ns
much as possible his propensity fur H heavy
dinner, always dined with thc royal children at
mid-Jay. At tho regular lalo dinner ?be only
sal al thc table fur tho sake of etiquette, and
BS BIIO scarcely ale anything, she unconsciously
look wino in about tho same quantity as if she
wore partaking of the meal. Thus tho habit
grew upon her, and has never left her."
BREVET MAJOR-GENERAL N. M. SCOTT, As?
sistant Commissioner for South Carolina, hat
submitted lo General HOWLAND A report of thc
operations of the Bureau in that State for thc
month of May; from which it appears thal
generally tho condition of thc freedmen is im?
proving, and the feeling of the white citizen!
toward them becoming moro favorable, thc im
provemcnl resulting from thc necessity of rc
cognizing the political and civil rights of Hu
freed people, and the dependence which rest
upon their labor. Thc sub-Assistant Com
missioner in charge of tho sub-district o
Charleston reports that no complaints ii
refercnoo to tho indisposition of tho frccdmci
tn work were made during thc mouth. Gene
ral complaints have oecn mum- lu reference t'
work being neglceic.i i.. ~-,-v ?r .?.
hands going otT to hear speeches, by a perso:
who issues what the freedmen cnll orders f<>
them to attend I he meetings; threatening thci
with furies if they do not attend ; telling thci
that no charge can bc made against them fo
leaving the crop, etc. This has tended to prc
duce some disorder. In this district cur
siderablc destitution yet exists, and largo sur
plies will bo needed lo prevent extrem
suffering. In other districts much dcslilutio
and .tallering is reported.
WHETHER THU Canadians arc susceptible 1
the pleasures of being tickled with n stra
limo will show. At present they are all in
twitteration of delight al their cs?iblishmei
as a "Dominion" instead of a "Province," wll
n "Viceroy" instead of a "Governor," and i
administration of "Knights" and "Companioi
of thc Hath" in place of the plebeian "llono
anteo" -?KO have heretofore guided the
colonial fortunes. Ono would hardly Ihii
that the spectacle presented by the moth
country just now would inspira any violent a
miration of aristocratic and titled rulers, sin
the Peers are denounced as imbeciles, andevi
tho "Queen and all tho royal family" a
getting to be regarded as expensive and n
very useful luxuries. Canada begins modestl
but if sho travels backward with the Lords, i
stead of forward with the Commons, her dc
of $76,000,000 will bo increased by many fee
ful ciphers, and years hence she will hive t
work to do that England is now staggering u
der. However, luckily it's her own affair.
IT APPBABS THAT the good people of i
Petersburg wore rather loth to seo tb?
sovereign depart from their capital withe
being accompanied, as he baa always been 1
the past eight or ten years, by an immense d
called "My lord." Thia dog was one of the Ii
perial imito last year, when the Ciar oame
Nice to seo his eon die, and was much talked
for his attachment to his master, whom
never left a moment, sleeping always on a r
by his bedside. Only a few days after 1
Ciar's departure My lo rd was taken ill a
died, the news was telegraphed to Paris, t
was net communicated to the Ctar. The you
Grand Dukes concluded that it was best tl
he should not be told of it, as they were au
it would greatly mar the pleaiuro of tho vii
Tho death of a dog is regarded aa a bad on:
in BuBsia, and the attempt on the life of I
Emperor will confirm (he superstition.
Tai MBXICAN GOVERNMENT begins its era
peace with unquestionable resolution. A vol
of ni ink els makes short work of its en eui i
SANTA AMMA was shot before he had scare
time to issue a proclamation, and npon I
ground, probably correct, that he intende
counter-revolution. It ia very questiona
whether his death waa necessary lo the nsf
.... - M --- .??? an oin man-nea
70 years-had long ceased to be feared by i
party, and it ia still very doubtful ir hellier
departure for Mexioo was not altogether
result of a foul conspiracy against thc old mi
property. The Kepublioans have begun wi
out' showing mercy. It remains to be s
whether this severity is the evidence of siren
NBWSPAPBR editors are well paid in Paris
is affirmed in the journals that M. CLEW
Duvsnxois, who waa recently ono of
writers of tho Liberte, and who is about to
some editor of thc Epoque, is to receive a sal
of $4000 a year and an "indemnity on enter
OD his duties" or $20,000. A carriage
moreover, to bo provided for him. On si
nf the journals the remuneration ?seven hig
than this; and it is lo be remembered thi
Paris editor does nothing Uko the amoun
work that is expected in London. In fact,
Parisian passes the greater part of his timi
smoking segars and in talking; and if heknc
off an article or two a week he thinks him
wonderfully industrious. Sometime! ho
weeks pass without writing a line.
A CORRESPONDENT OF the Austin Rev
writes from Novada : " The country rool
the Hot Creek district is composed of porr
ry, slate and granite, with an overlying e
lal I ine limestone aud carbonate of li
The mountains are steep and rugged,
jen eral ly densely wooded. Doth hot and
ipriogs abound, which would afford a f
lupply of water for mill purposes. The 1?
run north and south and pitch east
i/est, with few exceptions. The ore* aro g
rally rich in silver and of simple combinat
nany of them are peculiarly beautiful, shot
he various lint? of blue, green and yellow,
luUltcly variegated. Bich purple and gr
ah horn-silver ts very common, and tim
plenty of tho new mineral called stetefeldl
STATISTICIAN B have calculated that if the
Hatton of the world amounis to between 1,'.
XK>,000 and 1,800,000,000 persons, ?he nm
>f deaths in a year would be 82,000,000.
mining the correctness of thia calculation,
leathi each day would be nearly 88,000, :
por boor, 00 per minute, and thus every ec:
rvould carry into eternity one human life I
me part of the world or another. Bat rt
laotian asicrU Ks superior power; tor, on
: uleling the probable annual births on the gi
he result shows that whereas 00 persons
ser minute, 70 children are bora, and thu
norteie of the population is kept up.
ljAK.Ua.nT ClIlOULATION.- The DAILV
NKWH publisher the U?c?il List uf Let-,
ters remaining in the Pos'.ojjxce at the atti
of ?tach week, agreeably to the following
sccMon of thc New Posto?ce Law, as the
neij^piipjr having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston :
Kicrfowri!' Arni be lt further cnaclod. Tint list? bf let?
ter? reni?lulug uncalled for lu ?uy Potlofllre lu ?ny city,
town or village, wbvra ? newspaper *h?U bo printed.
?lull horuaflur bo publUhod once ouly lu Ibo newapni>ci
whlcb, being published weekly or ellenor, iball bavo Ibo
larguai circulation wilblu ra ugo of delivery of Ibu aald
ter AU communications iidaided for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the JsXIUor of the
Dally Nines, No. 18 Ifayne-stiect, Oiarteston, S. C.
llusiticss Vommunlcallons io Publisher of Daily
Wc connel undertake to reivin rc}coted communica?
Adcertiscmnds outsitle of the elly must be accompa?
nied leith the cash.
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, lBGL_
Jon WonK.-Wo have now completed our
olTioe BO as to oxecuto, in tho Bhorlcsl possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOD WORK, and wo
mont respectfully ask tho patronage of our
OUR CITY-HER PAST AND FUTURE!.
Thc abolition of slavery hns rcudcrcd it
necessary Tor Southern uicn to study willi
more closeness thc value of tho labor of
thc operative-their inability to control
aud command service ns their needs may
require, and thc necessity of prompt pay?
ment in money, or some equivalent, for
work done, will briug to view thc impor?
tance nf getting as much ns possible for thc
compensation given, mid bring into rapid
uso ni) tho reliable machines which take
thc pince of man power. This condition
of affairs will require dose observation and
attention on thc part of thc planter or
fumier, if he desires to succeed; ho will
have to bc constantly on his estate, super
visinir every operation, and by close ?",.?,.
"-? --- v. -.*.-_One effect
of this condition of things will
bo noticed. In tho seaboard sections of
thc State, the hoe was used to a great ex?
tent, but it is an agent that requires much
expenditure of human force, but with lit?
tle result, thc advantage obtained being
that thc work waa neatly done. Hut,
latterly, thc plow has, wc are informed,
boen much more generally adopted,
with a great saving in labor, and
it is sLated that there is au anxious
desire ou the part of most planters to ob?
tain thc use of every agent thnt may bo
calculated to increase thc productive power
of thc land, and facilitate its cultivation.
Many thoughtful, practical men arc of tho
opinion that, by thc introduction, generally,
of machine power into thc State, and a free
usc of fertilizers, thc present population of
South Carolina might double her present
productive powers, and it. han been men?
tioned that it was possible for this State
alone to produce n crop of 800,000 bales
of Cottou. If them is anything approach?
ing correctness in theso opinions, what au
immense bound forward is immediately
within the grasp of thc population, and
what a large and carly increase of business
might uoi our goud old city expect under
such a change in tiie productive powers of
the State. The burnt district that now so
hideously disfigures tho very heart of tho
placo would be rapidly and elegantly re?
built, and all her population would be ac?
tively and profitably employed.
THE tl'I.TlVATIOS OF COTTON IN THU
Tho withdrawal of the Cotton crop of tho
Southern States from thc general market,
during four years of hostilities, caused thc
manufacturers of the world to mako vast
efforts to replace, by thc growth of other
countries, the great crop of thc South. The
largo advance in the price of thc staple, as?
sisted by the steady and incessant efforts of
the British manufacturers, caused its culti?
vation to be attempted in all places where
there was the least chance of success.
These strong stimulants, used to force its
growth have certainly produced consider?
able results, and our planters are now
coming face to face with the competition
brought about by theso influences. So
great has been thc chaugc in some parts of
East that Egypt, that was formerly a food ex
|*nw..B ceunu,, ,? utm ^"1De,Je(l to import
largely of provisions, and in some districts
positive i'limino bus prevailed in conse?
quence of thc substitution of cotton for
grain crops ; aud in India also it has been
alleged that ono of the elements increasing
tho late -disastrous famine in that country
was tho planting of cotton in placo of pro?
In these densely populated countries,
food is of thc first importance and thc cul?
tivation of a anfficiency of such articles OD
the spot as sustain life is absolutely neces?
sary-viewing the subject from this stand
point, have not theso countries already
reached the maximum of their cotton pro?
ducing powers, and under decreasing
prices for the article in tho markets of
tho world, may not our planters look for a
diminution, rather than an increase of the
yiold of these countries in thc future.
Wc are disposed to believe that the most
tolling competition from these competitors
will be experienced, when tho present grow?
ing orop of the South gets to market, and we
have full confidence that with a proper exer?
cise of the skill and energy which our plan?
ters generally possess, they will in a few
seasons become as they were before tho
war, roaster among the cotton producing
powers of the earth.
OHBAJP BREAD STUFFS.
The mail of yesterday bronght tis tho
following letter from Mr. G. A. NEUFFER,
a well known grain merchant of our city,
who is now travelling in Tennesseo to ob?
serve and estimate for himself tho yield of
the present grain crop. Our readers will
bo delighted to notice that there is a pros?
pect that tho prico of boru in Tennessee will
reach forty cents per bushel this fall, and
that there is great probability that we will
have an overwhelming crop of grain gene?
rally. Glorious news this for the starving
South. May sho bo hungry no longer.
The comments in reference to railroad
management we hand over to W. J. MA?
GRATH, Esq., Pr?sident of the South Caro?
lina Railroad, who wo know is doing all he
can to facilitate- trade. In reference, to tho
whiskey, we presume that our respected
(%>tNUiaiMlit!g lionera, wmilil prefer tittil it
?Uyi M not romo I hu mutti ni |*rc*<citt.
8HKLDYVIM.E, TENN., July 4, 18<r7,
fir. Editor: Tuiiucssco omi Georgia Uovo made
nm omi millions biiHlioU of whet, and tlicro ia a
larg* com crop to bo nudo yoi. Tho opinion li,
corn Trill Boll nt forty cents per bushel this fall.
Tho com crop will bo larger than it has been fi?r
twenty yours, and, if tho seasons ero favoviblo
from this out, all will bu ri;;l t.
.TenuosHco in 1811 ma Jo moro corn th in any
Kioto in tho Union, and this year eho will do tho
samo. Our Southern railroads, if they do their
duty, will havo a? much dour, wheal and corn to
carry down Houth ns thoy possibly can do. Hut if
they persist iii the precut prohibitory rotes, tho
produce will havo to go olsowhcro.
Lincoln county, in Ibis State, will mako moro
cum thou thc whole Slain or Georgia-and whia
koy, too. 'l here aro ono hundred and twouty-Qvo
distillories in Lincoln county.
Now, if our railronthi will do us jualico, wo can
got a ltrgo trado from Georgia and Ton nenne o
Tho freight on flour from Nashville to Cl ia rle eton,
GUS miles, is $2.75; from Nauhvillo to Now York,
1257 miles, $1.71). Flour ran bo ?hipped from
Nasbvillo to Charleston, cia JVeto York, 2000 miles,
In conclusion, I will say Hint tho whole Southern
KUIe? havo and will niako moro wheat and corn
than they havo nineo America has boon a country.
Q. A. NF.UFFEll.
WANTED- A COLORED WOMAN TO COOK
sud WASU for a smaU family. Mono need. apply
I unless woll iccotuuiomlcd._I* Jilly 0
ARESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES i
Simulien as a Wet Nurse, sud bas no objection lo
navel, and eau got tho Inst ru fu renco if required. For
I particulars, address H.. st this Dijoe. 1* July 9
-Ladies sud OcnUcmcn-f IOU tn ?200 per m rmi li.
I to soUlbo GENUINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY BKW
INO MACHINE. Frico only tia Tills Machino wlU
stileb. hem, foll, tuck, bimi, quilt, braid, and embroider.
Tho cloth canuot bo pulled spart, oven aller cutting
across tho scam every quarter of an inch. Every
Machino warranted Ibrm years. I'cml for circulara and '
UT ns tn agents, or call st MoDOWFLL'S ULOCK, cor?
ner Fourth sud Oreen streets, Louisville, Ky.
ULI BS A HuEATIIRON,
N. Positively nono genuino unless Coming th ronuh
J ont*_J_ tuthsOmn
WA^n. PAniu; HANDS, WIUTR on
WU)UEI>. AppSytn H. W. KINSMAN,
July 8 ' 3 rfp. 270 King nlrecl (Up Stairs).
T.IOIl s A 1,,'^rr.ut it VAIL, WITH TWO
I' Seats, pul? awl ?hali. Also, a set of douhlo ami
single HARNESS, all In good order. Csu bo Buen und
bargained tar cash or a limo note al thin y days, st Nu.
I 21 Lvurh alrrct. _ May 17
TO le li T.
rpO BEST, A SMALL HOC SK WITH
J ItOOMS, within a few nilnulus walk of tito Post
omeo. Apply lu No. ?C WENTWORTH STREET.
TO HUNT-TUB TWO ANO A II ALK STORY
URICK RF.S1DENCK, cornor Society and Meeting
streets, having .Hiern and stables on the premiaos, and
?ood accommodations fur serrants. Kent low. Apply
j 8. II MIT. Sr., Nu. MS Klug ulrecL_Joly 0
TO ll I".NT, A ?RICK. HOI SIC ON MOUNT
PLEASANT, with sevon rooms, iiantrya. dressing
rooms, nud larnooutbuildings; abu, a Uno cistern. Ap?
ply to WM. itiVKits, Mount Pleasant, or Marsh ni's
wharf, Charleston._ _ elnth_July 6
WHARVES TO IIENT.-WHARF ON
Cooper Uiver, csst end of llaael street; also,
WHARF west end ul Hull street. Apply at SENNETT'S
MILLS. IbsluO _June 37
rriO HENT. PAI1T OP A HOUSE AND
JL Hilde n, pleasantly situated, in Ibo western por
Uou of tho rwy. A raully without children preferred.
Address S. U. J.. Nows ufOcc._Juno VS
GUANO LtlDUE Ol?' A. P. M. OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-Proposals will bo received until
Monday, 1st July, al the olflco nf tho Grand BcerotarT,
36 Dread street, for rcnUng tho STOltE formerly oecu
pied by Messrs. L'psUo Al Zotnansky, cornor of King
and Wentworth streets. lt. S. UltUNH,
Juno 29 Grand secretary.
To RENT/THE PINK COMMODIOUS DltirK
DWELLINO, with premires thereto bclongtup. sit
nato ha Flnckney street, faclug Church. To sn approved
tenant moderato tenn? wu! li? glvou. Apply at
july o 3* No. los Market sire?!.
rrUlF. FIRM OF HANK Ai SMOKE, OF LKW1SVILLE,
JL Onuigcburg District, H. C., wac dissolved on leith
June last. Mr. HUOKi: aaauuios all responsibility.
Lewlsvlllo, H. C._S_July 8
~ l ill. DNDBRHIGNED
HAS ABSOCIATEU WITII BIM IN TBEFACTOIl
AUE, Oeuvrai Commission sod Shipping limine ss.
Wal. AIKEN KELLY, uudor narnu and stylo ul 8UAUK
U.Fl>UI> 4i BX
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the nemo of lt. AUNOLO A CO., waa dtso.vod
by lu own limitation, on tho lat of April last. The busi?
ness will bo continued by the subscriber at tho Old
Stand, No. 219 Meeting strm*, whora Mr. A. E. GADS?
DEN can bo found ready to attend to tho customers of
tho establlsmanL R. ARNOLD.
July 1st, 1867. No. 219 Mooting street.
BOARD AND LODOINO-SPLENDID
altos lion-largo, cool southern Room. woU fur?
nished, in a private family In Wentworth street, nun
ItnUsdgo; elegant planas, and Isrge grounds. Apply at
this o 111 oo. 2* July 9
BOARDING-TI1RKE PLEASANT ROOMS
With gucd DOA RD cao ba bsd on Immodlato appli?
cation to No No. 69 CUUUCU STREET, wost aldo, near
Tradd street. Te rina reasonable. Jone 12
1.EXCELLENT BOARD, AT VERY LOW
li rates, ba the most central business part or tho elly,
without lodging, In a private house, can now bo had.
For partie ulan address "X. L," l'os tomoo. May IS
TB NOW PREPARED TO GIVE INSTRUCT ION IN
JL the FRENCH, having redid od several year. In Bor?
deaux, whore she acquired a knowlodgo or tho language ;
also in EMIHIOIDEIIY WOUKINO ON MUSLIN, LINEN
AND COTTON OAMUKICS. Terms moderate. For fur?
ther particulars, spply st her residence. No. 96 BROAD
PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR COLORED CHIL?
DREN, ESTAD LIB BED BY THE PROTESTANT
EPISCOPAL CBUBCH IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
XT7TLL DE OPENED TO-MORROW MORNING AT 10
VT o'cloek, st Its School Bouse (formerly tho Marino
Hospital) In Franklin street
AU Interested In the Instruction of the colored race aro
Invited to be prosent. Addresses snit?iii? t~ ".? occuloa
will r,o um"--. ??tur service* scholar* '"*y eu
"Mr "ames. E. m. KERRISON,
July 8 a SecrelarT of th? "-??
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MBS. NICHOLS. A NATIVE OF CB ABLES ION.
but during the past fifteen \ oars a resident In
turo pe, U desirous or giving instruction In tho Pron cb
language, elinor at her own residence or st tho houses
of lier paulls.
Inquire st Mrs. PUTNEY'S, No. 190 King street.
KBMUVAI._-TUB OK F1CI1 OP THE
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
been removed from ovor tbs old Bank of Charleston to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
?ebrna'?<rr|l$rranini, tiller?.Scrtorgsngni, ri., in
einer brr bfpen Hnftaltcn rr? Sattbe* (ber fcntierbo?TtT,)
tS(Io>c ouf g c g t ii I c i t I fl t n Huben bffltiinttt ift, -
befergt IU ben m3gig?en Pr?mien.
aramTmrenber Hrjt, !Dm. Uf?etiar?t,
Xi. if. Seucrt. ?ie ?lng unb tnarfel(lr,ige.
january 18 tufBrno
mk M ITU i it SPRINGS.
Monroe County, Wast Virginia.
TIE UNDETtBIONPD HAVTNO OBTAINED THE
rn?nagi meut ? t Ibero SPION GS, long relobiated
for their medlo!nal propertha, beauty of scenery, and
beallh ol climate, wUl open them for tho recopilen of [
vial to ra on the first of Jone, 1807, and wiU endeavor to
milman their past rei nt ti TI.
TUote Springs have been thoroughly anali ?cd by Prof.
W. B. POOHES and Dr. DAVID STXW?BT, ol Baltimore,
and as aliown by tho analyses ci .ulalu (among other vsl
uabU mineral properties,) Iodlua in an appreciable de?
ities beyond any other Springs In tho country. They
also oo. tain more Sulphur than any Springs known, ex.
cent tbs Barrow Oats Springs In England.
Th io Springs aro accessible, either by way of the Vir
gl Lia Central Railroad to Jacksons Uiver, snd thone? by
stage, or by the Va. and Tenn., I! si broad tn Ch ria lian ?
burg Or Dublin, and thence by stage. They are distant
lrom One While Sulphur 28 uliles, from the Red 8ulphnr
17 miks from Uno Sweet Springs 22 miles.
TERMS OF HOARD-ttl per day, or tis per week.
Se rv aa la and Children uudor 12 years of ago half price.
1 -mphlsta containing a dcsciipUon of the Spring, with
*n analysis of tho waters, will bo furnished upon sppli
oaUon. WALTER H. JUUN80N,
July 8 8 Lalo of Brown's Botel. Washington, D. O.
1 TO RSODX?TS TBS STORMS or f armors trw, ira rao
DUCTS, aim oTinta nrmauiiLi oas.
Bsa. I. JU it ordained by t?< liafor and Atdrmrn, in
City Ovumcti aiicmbltd. That from and after tho 15th day
of Jone next, lt shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil. Benzine, Dansole, or any ether In?
flammable oU or oils on ?torage or for salo In any cellar,
store or building south of Uno slroot, In a Urger quan?
ti ty than filly ?allana on iny one lol or promises, acd
?ny such quantity so kept or r torco shall be contained In
vessels of Un or other mila].
Sro. X That Petrolenm. Us products, or any omer In*
ISSSBsaMs ell or olia, when brought into the city by land
or waler, may be kept an any lot or in any building In
which cotton ts not stored, for a porto* not exceeding
twenty-four hoars, upon uno expiration of which limn ti
shall bo removed and kept in the manner tvs required by
the foregoing secUon.
8x0. 3. Any person ot. persons violating any part ol
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fins of two hundred
1 dollars, for each offence, recove rabio In any Ouart of com?
iiatiflcd In City Co oneil this twenty-first day of May, In
the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
Mxty-eeven. . ? .
[LR.] P. a OAXLLARi), Mayor.
W. H. Barra, Clerk of Onad]. Jons 6
<.AKOI.IV \ ( Il \ 1> ri.H , Ko. 1. lt. A. M.
VREGULAR MONTI I LY CONVOCATION OF CARO
1.1 N V CHAPTER, No. 1, lt A. M.. will be tiold al
duotilc 1 UH. TA? Kcvmny. Ulli lnsl., st B /nlock.
I IT onie r M. E. ll. I'm ?!.
July 9 1 !.. II. LoVr.??iEEN. ?Vc'ry.
.IOI TH CAROLINA I lt M .MM, Y SOCIETY.
Alllin'I.AIt MONTHLY Ml.KUNU OF THIS 80
CIKTY will tm lu id TUt Krtninff. tho Olli ln?l, tat
Ho. SiO Meeting street. al HuVloci preciwly. The on or?
mil iiiciubcraaru n.|in .lol lo bo puuctual In alt 'iialauco.
Hy ordor of the l'rvtddont F. UISCU.
July tl_I* Troaaurcr.
TUR It Ki, td.A II MONTUI.Y M RETI NU WILL OE
held at Marke! Hall TAO Keening, , Tun Ii.), July
Hb. 1ST.7. at SJ, o'clock.
Hy ordT. C. E. CHICHESTER,
July'J 1 Secretary.
A FA lil
TjV)U THE ll UN Kt'IT OK ST. ST EP II EN'H CIIUIIC1I
L will bo hoM at Hlbominu Hall, on Tuttday Kren
?tiff. Olli, at S o'riivV, un.I will be continued orory Evoii
lux during ibo week.
trs~ Tlie Sixth United State? Band will porformTHIS
; Tu. ml?) I Et KN INO.
A J in lid io ii, 'J? co inn; Children, 15 couta; Season Ticket,
ll 00. JulyO
HATS AND CAPS.
s. (?miir STRAW HITS, m
STEELE OFFEHB TUE HA LAN OE OF HIM STHAW
HATS at very great reduction from funner prlcos.
M KN '.H milli AND LOW CHOWN STRAW HATS
Gentlemen's extra wldo Straw Hain
Ovnt'a round anil arpiare crown Straw Kata, with wi .le |
and narrow rims
straw Hats itv., i.V., 60c., SI.
ARMY. NAVY AND POLICE OAFS
?lazed Caps 50 cen la to M.60
Boya' Foll Uala 76 cont i. SI, Sl.W
Men's r cl I Uala 7 6 conta to S3
i>o y'ii cloth Capa, all pi leen
STEELE'S "KAT HALL,"
No. 313 KINO ST RF. HT, SION OF TH K BIO II AT.
July 3 tai
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
H. T. HEWITT, rilli kui.
J. W. AI.VOllD, ' lr?t Vlcc.Prc?idcnt
LEWIS CI.ETH Nt, >ccond Vico-Presiden!.
DANIEL Ia. EATON, Actuary.
HAM L. HARRIS, Oouoral Inapoctor.
Hanking House, pennsylvania Avenue, corner of 15th
?troet Washington, D. 0.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NO. O STATES STREET.
OiwiiH every day, Sundays and HollcHya excepted,
from 10 A. M., to 1 P. M., and (rom 3 lo K P. M.
DEPOSIT B OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVE!) FROM
Interest payable in January and July, in each year.
All doposlts ?rill bo repaid willi intercut due when re?
All tho protH. belong to tho depositors.
Branche? havo been established In tho principal cities
from N<w York lo New I'rloans, ami accaauuls can ba
transferred from ono Branch to another, withoat cl.argo
or interrupting tho Interest
Investment* sro only undo insecurities of tho United
HUtea. RICHARD U. CLN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS L. OAUDOZO.
June 2d imo Csnbter,
FREEDMAN'S SA VINOS AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. ? Stain alrccL Mouey alcpoidus] on or before Ibo
I nth day of Joly will be entitled lo Interest aa (rum July
lau NATHAN RITTER,
JUDO 37 IB Cashur.
THEO. F. CUUPEIN,
OFFICE. - - - No. >0 7.1 KINO STREET,
HKAIU.T OPPOSITE II Aflu?
rrUTE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH TN
X. BEBTED at moderato pri?os.
a?r TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of 1
Or by DB. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
I .ot" Al. ANESTHESIA.
Marchs rolba 8mo
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by tba nae of DH. J? IN VILLE's KI, TX IR yon
can be cured uonu&ncn?y, and at a trifling cosL
The astonishing BU coomal which baa attended this In?
valuable medicine fur Physical and Nervous Wea Ira o M
Cen oral DobUily and Prostration, Loas ol Muscular lin
orgy, Impotency, or any of tbs eonaequeneos of jouthfu.
Iniilicrellon, rendon it the moat Tamable prc panikin
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, oz
ci lemont, Incapacity to study or business, loss ai memo?
ry, coiifuslon, tbonghla of self destruction, feen of In
sanity. Ito. It will restore the appetite, renew tba health
of those who have dentro)-! ll by amn?n?i ezeeaaor evil
Young Men, bo humbugged no more by "Quick Doc- '
lom" arid Ignorant p. actltloncrs, hut sa.1 nd wUh.mt delay
for tho Elixir, and DO at once restored lo health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cara ls Ouarantoed In evsry instance,
^LSO, DR. JOnrVTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for th*
?jx^i.. -a permanent cure of Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Orr
Ch rmi DUthmrgcm, OrmTcJ, a tri ct ure, and aU sflaxrmtooa ct
tho Kidnoys and Bladder. Cnrea effected in from ona lo
Uve days. They are prepared from vegetable estrada
that aro harmless on tho sra lem, and never um usa? te tbs
u b much or impregnate the breath. No change of diet
ls necessary while using them, nor dooa their action In
any wanner Interf?ra with business pursuits. Frito SI
Either of thc ?bo TO m en ti rm cd mrtirJen will bo rent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mall or 1
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERU EH. S H?TTS A CO., Chemists.
March 80 ly No. "iSft River stresl. Troy, N. Y.
There cometh glad tiding* of joy to all.
To young and to old, lo gt oat and to small;
Tb? beauty which once was so precious and rare,
is freo for all, and aU may be lair.
By Use nae of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
lb? most valuable and perfect preparation In use, for
gtvlng tbs skin a beautiful pearl Usa tint, that ls only
found In youth, lt quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Kal o wu oas. ?i-uptlour,
sud all Impurities of the akin, kindly healing las same
leaving the ?kin white and clear ab alabaster. Ila ute
cannot be delected by the closest scrutiny, and baling i
vegetable preparation ls perfectly harmless. Il ls Int
only sit?elo of tba kind used by tba French, and ls eon
shirred by tba Parisian aa indlspsnssblo to a perfect
toilet Upwards of S0.0OO bottles were sold during the
psst year, a suffi cl en I guaran ire of Its emcaoy. Frica
DOly 76 cents. Bent by mall, po?a-?mid, on receipt of un
order, by _
DEUCED, BHUTTi itv CO., Chem urta,
385 River St., Troy, N. Y.
MAYORALTY OF GHABLE8TON, 1
ORT Hart. November 9, lase, j
AIX PEBSONS DESIROUS OF HER ?ILD?XO IN XBtX
Burnt Districts ?nd Warnie Places of Ilia Olly, tin?
ier "An Act of the General Assembly, giving sutborily
to the City Council of Charleston to proceed In the mat.
tar of a Pira Loan, with a view to aid in building np Ibu
City anew," are hereby notified that tbs form of eppli
-allon for loans can be obtained at the omcs et the Clerk
yt Council, between the boura of S A. M. and 9 P. IL
All applies ti wu must bo ll " d tn the above mentioned
lillee, aa the Commutes will meet every Monday to eon.
lld? the same.
By order of tbs Maye*] W. H. RM I TFT,
November 10_derk ot Connell.
OFFICE OF T II a CHIEF OF POLICE, I
ru a ar.? arron, 8. C., May 4, 13(57. I
rTUlE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
X Indentures, vaults, ko., wul commence on Monday
teat, 51 last. O amor? and occupants ara hereby required
lo aee that their premisos are Lo good condition and Inst
di Bi tb and garbage ls removed as required by Ordi?
nance. OUier irnpections will follow.
Bf cedar of Major ? ??"
a & RIG WA LD.
Cbisf sf Pobrs.
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVKRTTHTXO MEDIUM. LET
Merchants and business men try lt tor a few m on lbs.
?No risk no Bain." Bend on your cards and Increase
roar Inda this tao. There's nothing lo equal PnnUe'i
Ink-H baa toado many a fortuite.
Tenas for tba ps parr-S3 par annum, In ad vanes,
i advertisements lntvertsd at tba rats ci SI per squire <
rtratve llave* or lesa fdr etch inaertlcct
Cards of tan lina* or lees, at tba rate of |10 tot Ihr??
Contracta by the year or for siz mon th?, alla wing pris
1M* of chsTvgtnf on more favorable lenna Address
. EDWARD A. BRONSON,
Novena bel li Pabaialaet and < ropt iel cr,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
? m o
IMMENSE REDUCTION IN PRICES.
A SPLENDID STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
For Men, Woinon and CliUilron,
OFFERED TO CUSTOMERS AT A.
Reduction of 20 per cent.
FROM LAST MONTH'S PIUCEBl
MY MANNER OF DOING BUSINESS (HAVING,
at all t'DicH, hut ono ct icc), in a BufTIcioiit guaran?
tee that all who favor mo willi their patrouago will
bo fairly dealt with.
MY STOCK, being largo ami of excellent vari cly,
will bo sold at prlco.i which will tlofy competition.
I would annex n echcdulo o? prices;, lint Hpaco will
not permit. 8u(nco it to nar, that all who favor
mo with their diatom will not depart diuantitiliud.
No. 260, Bend of King Street.
Juno 39 BtutliVJ
PHOPllIETOn CF THE
IVTfl n fti nn TTnnoo
OH ICEN VILLI7., g. C.
June 8 _ _
i- B o en i L I o i ia :
WM. A. HURD.Or New Orlcsus.
W. F. CORK Efl Y.Ot Spottswood Uolcl, Richmond.
Tulograpb and Railroad ( ) Hi ce H in Rotunda or Hotel.
A FINE LUNCH
S e i- v o cl E v e r v Day,
FROM ll TO ia 1-3 O'CLUCK
STEVENS HOUSE, Noa. ill. 83, as ANO ?7
Uroadway, N. Y.. opposlio Rowling Oreen-t n tho
European Plan.-THE ST KV EN S HOUSE I. well and
widely known to tho travelling public. Tho locaUon la ca*
pee lally nuilnblo lo me relian tn und business men; lt bl iu
elu te proximity to Ibo bunine.* cart of tho rity-ia ou
tho highway or Soulbuni and Weateru travel-?uti adja?
cent lu all Uic principal Railroad aud Steamboat depots.
The KT I. Vi-NH HOUSE baa liberal Bocomniodat?oc for
over 300 guests-lt ls well furulabud, aud possesses every
modern Improvement fur Ibo comfort snd untertaiumcut
of its Inmates. Tho rooms aro spacious aud well voutt
lated-provided with gas and water-Uie attendance ls
prompt and respectful-?nd Ibo table ls geuorously pro?
vided with every delicacy uf thu season at moderate rah1*.
Tho rooms having boen refurnish od and ruinodclod. WI
aro ebal HI to oner oatra facilities for the comfort and
plcasuru ..f our guests. UEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
slay 38 Gmo Proprietors.
G L OT H I N Gs
A. S HULL, Ag't.,
HAR REMOVED TO No. 10 BROAD STREET, NOiti H
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETTNQ AND OHUhCU.
where be will bo glad to soe bis old friends and custom?
ers, an i has In store a foll sasortmcnt ol CLOTHS.
OOATINO, CAMM lld Eli KS and VEUTTNOU Of every va?
riety, which he will maka up to orlor at aa low pi loos ss
any similar establishment.
A FUL I, ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHTNO DOODS I
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. J NO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr A Co.,)
will superlutoiid tho Tailoring DvparUiiont ss usual, snd
will givo hi? especial attention to Cutting an J Making of
Aim Y AND NAVY UNIFORMS.
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKER A CHILD,
OK AI-KU IN
CLOTH INO, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
Jose ll No. 103 FAST SAT.
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR I
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
mo THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUAM.t
I depilatory recommends ilseU as being an almost in?
dispensable arUolo to fem?is besnty, la easily applied,
does not burn or Injure the skin, but acts directly on thc
roots. It la warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part ol tho body, completely,
totally sud radically eau rps Ung the same, leaving tho
skin soft, smooth snd natural. This la tho only article
used by tho Fi-uch. and la the only real effectual depila
tory in existence. Price 76 cents per package,' post
paid to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BUGED, SHUTTS A CO., Chemists,
March 30 lyx No. 28? River st. Troy, M. Y.
OFFICE OF CITY TREA8UBY, I
January 3,180T. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ?NDKH
the fellow i ii-i Ordinance licenses have boan prepare <t
for delivery from thia Office. S. THOMAS,
BIO. 1. Ss? Ordained Ay Otc Mayor and Aldermen f
City Council ant tu bled. That from (and after the drat dc)
of January, hocuses shall be taken out for all caris, dray
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the san. manner, and according to the sama provisi?n?
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, lelm
driven (for biro, except giving bonds, And osoh such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con
lalnlng the number thereof, and marked /Vicarr, to Ut
placed on the outside of tho shaft.
BBC 3. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer ?a
surely to any borul under the Ordinance couevming ll
senses for caris, drays, wagon? and other carnages, un?
less be or she bo s freeholder.
Ssc 3. Tbs tallowing shall hereafter bo the rates for
licenses for public snd private carts, drays, wagons, bc,
including Ui. horses or mules used thereof, which shall
bo free from other UxaUom
ITJDLIO OASTS, PBATS, ?TO., OB TO OCX ZtfTLOTSD TS AMI
BUSTNxss WHAT rvs?, roa maa DIBXCT OB IKDIUOT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse ci
Foi every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two bonnor
For every back and osrrlsge with two who?ls, 130.
For every hack and carrisgo with four wheels, na.
For every stage or omnibus toxoept lino omnibus
sith two horses, no.
For every stage or omnibus (except tine omnibus,,
lrawn by roar horses, %60.
For every truck drawn by two or more hones or mule.
For ovary express wagon drawn by two or moro boree,
ir mutes, SCO.
BXBAD OASTS AsTD PSITATB CARTU, DBUTS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, IA,
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
madlo purposes, and not to be employed In the trana
sorting or goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
itbar commodlly, for compensation, cither directly or
ndlrootly for the same, shall pay for a UoenM the ram ol
H, ex dual ve of the horse or mule,
RaUflsd in City Council, this leih day of January
[Lil In the year of our Lord one thousand sight ban?
died and sixty-?ix.
P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor,
By the Mayor.
January j_W. H. SMITH, Clark of Potmen.
OmCTE OF THE CAPTAIN OF P?TJm?, I
PL-' _ CwAaxBwTos. s. a, May as, less. |
ARAGUATO II. O/ O nil IN SN CB TO UEO U LAT H
tba "Cleansing of Privies and Vaults," forbids tbs
UM of barrais in o??n TAHS and wagons,, ?od par tua Sp?
aying ft* license aro required to provide closed carts
wtoble for the purpose. AU persona, therefore, who
lurpooo taking Jobs of the kind, are hereby required to
iring their carta to main guard boase for inspection bav
omarplylnc for 1 leena*. 0. B. SIG WALD,
May M taw Ceptain of i"ooo?.
GROCERY AND MISCCLIANEOUS.
BACON ! BACON !
?X'IIIIUS. PRIME HIHHED AND CLEA11 ail'DKi)
10 bora N. y. Eitra Sugar Cum] Strips small ma.
I.v 'IIn? anU fur .alu bv
LAU KEV k ALEXANDER,
July ? _9 _ No. 137 Kam Hay.
COHN, OATS AM) HAY A PLO AI.
rBM STEAMERS KVKHMANN, FALCON AND MAN
U A'lTAN. For sale by
WERT A- JONES.
_July?_No. 70 Eau! Hay.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
-i rv unos, i
JLU M lea. 5 OnOOERT MK)AU
30 bbl". |
IB !r?l1"' I Rwpot t**" Molasses
Jual received per sehr. Alerl, from Matonza*. by
J. A. KNsLUW k 1X1.i
July 0_3 _ Nu. Ill Cam Hay.
?I UST j Aim I VED.
firi HHI.U. MESH 1'OHK AND l'OHK II EA DH.
0\f For sale hy WM. OUHNEV,
July 3_N<>. lin Kaal Hay.
HUH, WKW AND IRISH
ClASKS "DARU' " ALE, PINTS. IN GLASS
; - i ??in "Unas' " AW. quarto, in glans
- casks "JeffreyV Sparkling Ale, lu munn Jugs, pinto
- casks ..JclTn y'H" East India Ale, In giana, |iinU
- rank? "rindbitor" Porter, In gln>s. pinto
- casks "HUBS' " Ali-, pluto, in glans IA. Alnrxbull)
- raHkn "Altkru'H" l'alii Ale, gl-iss. pinto (A. Marshall)
- ciaka "ll. II. lljuas' " Lnudun llrown Stout, pinto
- caakH "ll. ll. I ly un' " I/?' d',o brown Hluut. quarto
- caakH "ll. ll. Ilyiute' " landon Pori et*, pluto
- caakH "lt. I). Hyam' " Londou I orb-r, quarto
- caakH "Allsop**" Alt', glavs, pinto
- casks "AIIWII>'H" Ale, glass, quarto
- cases "Devililnb" I 'liam | i o; on AO-, pinto.
For Hale, In or out ot Houd, at aa rvuaunabto prices as
any luarkel in thc United Hinton, by
JAMKS BANCROFT, Jr.,
COMMBUCIAli II nt i K i : it,
_July 2_tul_Nu. 30 East Hay,
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(iNconroiiATEii xovr.uDr.it 1, 1SGC.)
WIN Fi S ,
FHOM TUE VINEYARDS Ol'
I Sonoma, LAS Angelos mid Napa
Conn I ifs, California.
,V. IL CHAPEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST HAY, CIIAItLESTON, H. C.
HOOK. HU EH HY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Port, Wino Hiltcra, Claret, Nonomo Urandy, California
Catawba, Sunning, Chino league (in quarto), Sonoma cham?
pagne (in pinto, 21 in a case)-lu wood and glass.
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
IIAV.MC s I lt r i T,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & Cl?.,
CHUltClI STREET, ?riABLBBTOK, 8. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 147 MALDEN LANE, NEW YOUR,
May 7 tutbsSmo
C. J. SUHLEPKORELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KINO AND ST. rHTLlT.
T UMBER OE EVERY DESCRIPTION AND HUILDINO
\j MATKR1AI , and PUNTS, OILS, GLASSES. Ac.
constantly on li.uid ai the luwent market nncca.
[WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER.
No. 814 Meeting street,
i \ KA it LINE:,)
CHARLESTON, S. C
MANUFACTURES STEAM EN O IKES, BOILERS
and MACU1NERY, Saw Mills, Corn Mills, Hons
Powers, Vertical and Horizontal Sugar lillis Cotton
! 8e?d Crushers, McCarthy Cotton Gins, and aU kinds of
Iron and Broas Casanga, to order.
rP 0 U N D R Y
Machine Shops. Bi
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Hollers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast?
ings In Iron snd ll rasa or
Send orders to
J. M. EA SON k BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus ats.,
Charles Inn, S. 0.
n~.?fa. is_ atnth lyr
JOHN F. TAYLOR. JAMES DABBXST.
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
ABE PREFABED TO EXECUTE ALL OBDEBS FOR
HIGH and LOW PRESSURE PORTADLE and
STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, BICE
THRASHERS (from new patterns, with all the modern
ImprOvemonUi, STEAM UAW MILLS, kc. kc
WINGS IN IRON AND DRASS
Promptly attended to with nea to ess and dispatch.
Repairs to Marine and other Work,
Shall reoelvo special attention.
. FOR SALE-Ono 12-hoTgo power Z TEAM ENGINE,
nearly new; several new and second-b nd BOILER i, 0
to lO-borso power.
CONSTANTLY VB COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,
10, 12 and 20 Horse Power Stenm
AW All Orders for REPAIRS or NEW WORK shall ro
felvo our prompt and careful attention.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
May ll gmo
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE CO.,
MANUKA UTI'HERS OF
ENQ1NE LATHES, PLANERS,
mritOVED OAR WHEEL BOXES.
HACDINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Works ut Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAR BROOM, No. 332 PEARL ST.,
TUE AIKEN PRESS/
IT 18 PROPOSED TO PUBUBH IN THE TOWN OF
Aiken, & a, a Weekly paper nader the above title
lo be devoted to General Intelligence-FoUUoaL Oona,
merdai, Social, Literary, and Religious-, with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, Including tho Field, lb? Orchard
the Vineyard, and tb* Guien. A Newa Summary, t?
Best adapted to our new coridlUon, and tba development
af Uioresources of tba country io Manufactures Aa-rU
mlture, Frnlt-rUslng, and Vme-grosring. *^
Terms-M a year, In advance.
_ _ _ H. W. RAVEHKL, Edi tor
W. D. K nun Htm, PublbHur, january ai.