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-Gold closed in New Iori yesterday strong
-tatton, closed a shade firmer. Sales of 900
balsa, at'81?a32v, ..: ..' V v
-The- first "afcraw* of the campaign is that
Grant bod^dou?tsell well ia.New York.
-Governor Seymour ia. fifty-seven years of
.??e.;" General Iraak' Blair is forty-eight years
of age. . ' - v
-TheBntish .man-o?war Chanti.leer is still
. blockading tho port of Mazatlan against Mexi?
can commerce, but does not interfere with,
American shipping. ? "
" -Forty-one prisoners concerned in tho re?
cent case of Suttee, in the.Cawnipore District,
hare been convicted in Calcutta. Thirty hare
, been transported for 'life and the remainder
i on le mn ed to five years' imprisonment.
-.The Nsw York Slock Exchange areout with
ano Tar of 15000 reward' fdr the. conviction of
L" e perpetrator of the recent forged railway
ci tod ates. The Open Board also offer ftQ
eq al imoant-that is, $10,000 in all.
- 3? Ugh' terms-were a proof of high art,
ile e. Nilsson would be at the head of her pro?
cession. One hundred guineas, it is stated,
hare bean paid her thia season for. singing a
few song? at private soirees.
-li has been suggested to Slr. Sumner that,
aa he is Tory anxious to have & negro chosen
* United States senator, he should recommend
one aa bia successor; but probably he thinks
-his- own re-election will amount to the same
-The Daily Advertiser Anally thinks it will
require .some exertion to defeat Seymour; and
the N:w York Tribune saya Granland Colfax
can bo elected "only by hard steady rfoxk."
. Oreeley is not-going afishing, then.
*-The'monuhg after the nomination of Sey?
mour and Blair by the New York Convention, ?
';-, B?rne' scamp tied crape to .the door .of Chief
, Justice C&aseV?randence, which, before it was
removed, causediwme^u^eosinesB among the
? friends oi: that - g^Unman until it was ands r
stood to hare only apolitical significance.
-There has been a change of gc ver nm ont
;in Panama. The revolution was ?bloodless
da 9t Ger?ai I Ponce is. acting aa Proviai?nal
'.President. The. revolution continues in the
Ari entine Be public. No news from Chili,
and no new batttles reported between the Fara
gu?yaos and the Allies.
-Thurlow Weed's.paper says : "Governor
Se rmi or is not to he beaten by being called a
Copperhead, or Frank Blair to be distanced in
the race because-he is a'revolutionist. Bidi
culo Saymour aa soma .Bepiiblican journals
may, Ira is the most popular man in tho Demo
v oratio pit ty. Eternal vigilance is necessary to
j -Grant's knowledge or leather reminds a
Virginia editor of a maa who once in a eEage
**. coach tried td set into; conversation with his
. only feUow-paeseager, ?nt . could get nothing
'': ifom bim'beyond a disclaimer of any knowledge
on any of the subjects introduced. At last he
said: "Sir, I ?ko k> talk to pas a away the time
in travelling. Is there anything you do know
anything-, abcmt?n The . silent man replied,
. "Try nw on leather,". Grant is similarly sit?
-The dry gooda dealers in New York repre?
sent that though trade is Btill /slagn ant, there
via a marked tendency to higher prices' in staplo
cotton goods' of all classes, with. an increase
ia the prices af certain descriptions. It is also
--? said that holdere evince a firmer disposition to
keep their goods for higher ratos tha n the job?
bers. Ordera from the West are unexpectedly
large. Brown sheetings, bleached gooda and
" gray printing cloths have improve d dari ng the
week. In foreign dry goods tho trade is very
light and prices without remarkab le change.
-The harbor of Sebastopol, it is stated, will
be, completely treo -from\ the obstructions
caused by the sunken vessels at the opening
of the mvigation in 1869. On the 8th of May
the bull of the Sviatoelay was raised from the
bottom,' and tho remains ol the other sub?
merged Teasels, the Cz?sm, the Moria, and the
Eostialay, will, it is expected, be . recovered
. in the coarse of the summer. As several of
- these vessels are sunkat. great depths, the
Suasion papers state that the harbor will be
navigable some months I ' bet?re the diving
operations are completed.
"-A letter from Waterford, Ireland, of July 8,
reports: "Several soldiers of the Fifty-sixth
regiment, now stationed here, came into col?
lision with some civilians on Wednesday eve?
ning. It appears the military were drinking
at a publio house, in .Peter-street, and one of j
- them, leaning out of the window, daubed a
' union'jacket ou the signboard, placing under?
neath a device in gr e en. Some nationalist con
a trued thia into an insult to the national colors,
and an altercation. took place and blows were
given and returned. The picket and police ar?
rived.quickly and dispersed the disputants and
cleared the street, 'which was blocked up with
an angry crowd. But for their timely arrival
there is little doubt but the soldiers would have
been badly handled."
-Halie. Schneider received a hint, before
her first appearance in London in the Gran d
'Duchess, to dance with leos freedom than she
is accustomed to display at Paris. The Prince
. on i'Princess of Wales, the Prince and Princess
Louis of Hesse, the Crown Prince cf Denmark
[tino Princess of Wales'brother), the Duke of
Cambridge and his brother-in-law, together
with some of the French princes, were present
ot- the first performance, bat thia, it aeema, did
not prevent the audience from expressing
their diasa tie faction with the actress for not
?throwing herself in the expected attitudes. On
subsequent evenings the fashionable audience
obsojutely shouted "Higher! higher!" as she
pirouetted, and she soon gave way, and now
dances the Can-Can after the worst Parisian
style. ~It had excited some comment among
the classes who have no respect for Mdlle.
Schneider, to observe that the Queen's chil?
dren hastened to gaze at the dancer, while
they made, with one exception, a series of ex
c?sea for absenting thea? aa!rea from the great
Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace.
-The Bishop of Oxford includes amongst
his numer?os gifts the power of mimicry, but
bis exercise of this at the expense of Mr.
Spurgeon, though it moved the ladies' gallery
of the House of Lords to laughter, has in?
creased the disbelief in his sincerity. The
words he read had a Puritanic twang, but the
son of William Wilberforce, the ultra-Puritan,
should have forborne to turn even this phrase?
ology to ridicule. But Mr. Spurgeon may be
left to fight his own battles. . He has more hu?
mor than the bishop; a greater command of
good Saxon, and a facility of caricature which
he can employ upon ah antagonist with telling
effect. The Bishop of Oxford is no match for
the brawny Calvinistic orator. It was rather
mean work to bring in the poverty of dissent
as a topic for the sport of the stout gentlemen
around bim in lawn sleeves; and even as to the
miserable point immediately raised, it is de?
clared that for begging, no set in England
equals the church parsons,-especially those
of the Irish branch.
8ATUBDAY MOBSTTG, JULY 18, 1368.
What are oar Chances of Success 1
The States which, at the last elections,
showed a Democratic majority, may be
counted on with certainty for a Democratic
I majority in November next. These States
Ca ifornia. .-r..5 Electoral votes.
Connecticut. 6 " "
Delaware. 3 " "
Kentucky.ll M ?
Maryland.7 ?' "
New York..*.'.....33 " ?
Oregon....3 i? .?
.Pennsylvania....26 - " "
Total......v.91 " ?*
And now that the issue is fairly made be?
tween' Democracy and Radicalism, between
the salvation and destruction of the country,
we may fairly include New Jersey, which
gave the Radicals a pitiful majority of 1491,
Nevada which gave but 752, and Wisconsin
which gave but 4764. To these may be
added the great State of Ohio, which rejec?
ted negro suffrage-the Radical dogma and
sheet-anchor-by an overwhelming vote.
This" Would add to the 04 electoral votes
already counted :
New Jersey... /. 7 Electoral votes.
Total. .:,? "
or a grand total of 133 electoral votes for
SE ruo UH and BLAIB.
The total number of eleotoral votes, in-^J
eluding the Southern States, hi 317, and the
number required for an election is 153.
Thia would leave the Democratic ticket in a
minority-' of 26 votes, which would be nearly
made up bj the 24 votes of Indiana and
Missouri, walch the Democrats are confi?
dent jf gaining. But it is not necessary- to
go $.6 far as this to show the favorable pros?
pects of SEYMOUR and BLAIR, Mississippi
has rejected the Reconstruction constitu?
tion: Virginia will do the same. Texas
cannot well be reconstructed in time' to
choose Presidential electors, under the pro?
visions of the Electoral College bili. Thtse
three States may be counted out, and their
votes, 23 in number, will reduoe the total
electoral vpte to 294, of which 148 will be
an electing majority. . Assuming that no
other Northern State/ than those already
named are carried by the Democrats, and
that only Georgia and Alabama of the
Southern States elect the Democratic can?
didates, the result will stand as follows :
Already shown.133 Eleotoral votes.
Georgia..r. 9 " "
Alabama. 8 " "
Total. .V.-lio "...
Required to elect.:.148 " "
This is no extravagant estimate. All the
chances have been considered, and no State
has been included without good and suffi?
cient cause. SEYMOUR and BLAIB can be
elected, and by a far greater majority than
we have shown.
The subject of diplomatic dress, which
has lately got into the newspapers; is really,
very absurd. Instead of attending to their
official duties, without provoking any invid?
ious comparisons, or indeed, any remark at
all, our representatives abroad have some?
times been constrained, because prohibited
by law from wearing the required costume,
to absent themselves from the public recep?
tions of the royal personages to whom they
have been accredited, and sometimes have
evaded the law upon the subject by putting
on, with the permission of Congress, a mili?
tia uniform-in either case gaining an un?
At the royal levees, a court dress is re?
quired; but Congress, instigated thereto by
that brilliant genius, Mr. CHARES SCMNER,
has decreed that none of our foreign am?
bassadors or other functionaries shall wear
any couTt dress at all. The law works cu?
riously. As a military dress is a court
dress, any American who has worn epau?
lettes on this side of the Atlantic can ap?
pear amid the festive circle around the
throne, clothed in the tawdry tinsel he used
to sport on the city coumons or the fallow
cornfields of the country. But if he should
not have been "a military man" he must be
excluded from the society of the diplomatic
corps on all state occasions.
Unfortunately, the rule of Congress pre?
scribes what an American diplomat shall
not wear. When he inquires what he shall
wear, the regulation adopted by Congress
is, that it must be "the plaiu dress of an
American citizen." The Intelligencer ur?
gently calls upon Mr. SUMNER and his party
to cle?r up some of the difficulties upon the
subjec; of this dress-whether it be of the
native - American or aboriginal sort-leg
gins, deer sinews, feathers, paint and all
or the latest mode of Boston. Would a bow
and sorrow do instead of a dress sword,
or would a "loud" vest be permitted to a
republican of a jaunty spirit, or a Quaker
coat to one who takea a sober view of life ?
Now that impeachment rs over, the Freed?
men's Bureau is continued, six States are
whitewashed and New England rum tri?
umphs, that candid opposition journal con?
cedes that there is need only of "an opin?
ion of citizenilo-JtNEa on t'.e dress ques?
tion, to cap the climax of Radical glory
"and to consummate that great series ut]
"measures by which the champions o? hu
"man rights and enlarged liberty may vin
"dicate their clayns to immortality."
Woijjd it not also be well to take another
subject by the beard ? Shall the barber
who seizes gentlemen hy the nose be allowed
this liberty with a free born American citi?
zen, who represents the dignity of republi?
canism in foreign lands ? Is not shaving in
every instance barber-ous, where one
doesn't shave himself ; and when he does,
must he not adopt a "cut-away style," which
abridges the honors of American diploma?
cy, to say nothing of the rights of man ?
Would the foreign department objeot to part?
ing the hair behind ? Will it insist on the
lise of aboriginal and native bear's grease
for the many unlicked cubs it sends abroad,
or concede foreign pomatum as a diplo?
matic ultimatum ? And, then, there is the
important and delicate question of shirts
and suspenders. These are matters quit?
within the range of Republican wisdom, and
Congress need not fear to adopt any regu?
lations whatever. If it be required that
Mr. SANFORD, for example, who sported a
militia uniform at the court of Brussels,
and now glories in "his policy" of plain
black at the brilliant reunions of Paris
should assume the costume of one of .CAT
LIN'S Indians, "the victim will be ready for
WE PUBLISH this morning aa able edito
rial article of the New York World, which
was called forth by the attacks made upon"
WADE HAMPTON by the New York Times
The main points of the article are : 1. That
the change wrought in the temper and sen
timents of General HAMPTON during the
past two years, is a specimen of the changes'
wrought in the minds of the Southern peo
pie by the scandalous and persistent viola
tions of the constitution by the Republican
party. 2. That if the Democratic party should
fairly elect the next President and Congress
should declare GRANT elected,the Democratic
party would resist and make resistance
effectual by having right and numbers on
its side. 3. That under republican insti?
tutions, an appeal to force is unjustifiable
as long as the elections are conducted fairly;
but that the power of forcible resistance by
a swindled majority is, in the last resort,
the only security of republican institutions
The article is sufficient proof that the South
Carolina delegation construe the Democratic
platform as do the Northern Democracy.
THE TAX COILECTCB of Anderson Di
trict has collected $15,000, of which $189
was paid by negroes. In the low country
the proportion is less.
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ii desired. June 3
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to Market-street Bent low. Apply at No. 13 HAYNE
STBEET. May 2
rREXT, RESIDENCE No. 13] Btt
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taming six square Rooms, Pantry, Dressing and At?
tic Rooms. Cistern, with all necessary outbuildings,
an extensive Lot, tc. Apply at Na 25 EAYN'E
STREET. stud June 23
TO RENT.-PART OF A HOUSE,
KITCHEN, Ac, near the Battery, partly fur?
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Febrnaiy 10 m th
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HOUSES in Amherst-street Nos. 16 and IS,
with four f quire, two attics, pantry and dressing
rooms, and kitchen with five rooms and all necessa?
For further particulars apply to
X. H. DAWSON,
July 16 thsmwt* No. SI Broad-street
and the Furniture FOR SALE, a commodious
RESIDENCE, eligibly located at Calnhoy, on Wando
. River, hf teen milts norn ! Charleston, with which
there ia daily communication by packets. The
house has eight rooms, piazzas, stabling, and out?
houses, with a large and prolific vegetable garden.
The village is amona thu healthiest in the State,
being on salt water, with abundance of fish, Ac, and
presents many attractions to those desirous of a.
quiet and agreeable rammer residence. Inquire of
or addrets F.;E. RADCLIFF on the premises,
through the packet offices at the foot of Laurens
street July *
AGOOD COW FOR SALE, WITHIN A
few days of calving. Apply to M. CROOHAN,
in Butledge-street, near the Race Ground.
July 13 ,. w . 2?
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES FOR
SALE -Portable Steam Engines of 4, 6, 6,8,
10,12,15 and 25 Horse Power. These Engines have
been sold tn various parts cf the State, and have
given every satisfaction- For terms, tc. apply to
CHISOLM BROTHERS, Commission Merchants,
East Bay, corner Adger's Wharf.
July ll s9
FOR SADE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
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?y PAPER, STATIONEBY, PBINTTNO AND AC
COUNT BOOK MANOFACTUBTNG BUSINESS,
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COGSWELL. JOSEPH WALKER, Agent.
COPARTNERSHIP.-THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Copartnership from first July, 1863, to
carry on the PAPER, STATIONERY, PRINT LNG and
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURING BUSINESS,
under the name of WALKER, EVANS A- COGS?
WELL, at the Old Stand, No. 3 BROAD-STREET.
- C. IRVINE WALKEB.
BENJAMIN F. EVANS.
Mr. JOSEPH WALKEB will be found a3 usual at
the above concern- 3 July 16
pst atti) /oiino.
LOST, ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON LAST,
tram the southwest corner of Bull and But
ledge streets, a SCOTCH TERRIER SLUT, blackish
gray on back, and tan lejzs and snout. A reward
will be paid for the return of the same to the owner,
CORNER BULL AND BUTLEDGE STREETS.
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWORIH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from.7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-92 per mouth m advau.ee.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
Kaflings an0 Crust (Dnumni).
FREEDMAN'S 6 A VING
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MONEY DEPOSITED ON OB BEFOBE THE
2)ra DAY OF JULY wtU be entitled to int?r?t from
July 1, at FIVE PER CENT.
* NATHAN RITTER,
Ja ne3C 13 Cashier.
TEACHER HAMED, - THE TRUS?
TEES or tia Cheater Mole Acidemy desire to
engage a TEACHES for the remainder of this year.
Applications to bs sent before August 4th, to the un?
dersigned, at Cluster, S. C.
JAMES HEMPS ELL,
July 17 3 Chairman of Board.
-IIT ANTED, 87 A YOU Si G MAB?, A
VT SITUATION in some good Machine or
Blacksmith Shop, to finish his trade, haring already
served two years at Blacksmithing. TB ADE MORE
OF AN OBJECT THAN PAY. Address "M.," DATLI
NEWS Composing Boom. ? July ll
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KEEPER, hy a man who ls competent, and
can give the moit unexceptionable references. A
moderate salary calv expected during the summer
months. Addresi V. M., Postoffice Box No. 92,
Charleston, S. C. July 3
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month tu sell the NATIONAL FAMILY SEW?
INO MACHINE. This machine is equal to tho stan?
dard machines la every respect, ana is sold at the
low price of $10. Address NATIONAL SEW1NO
MACHINE COMPANY, Pittsburg, Pa.
June 29 Imo*
THE DAUGHTER OF AN EPISCOPAL
CLERGYMAN, of Virginia, desires a situation
as TEACHER. She is competent to teach the usual
English branches, with Latin, and Music on the
Piano. Address Miss'N. H. MANN, care T. S. Coles,
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tron, corner Church and Chalmers street
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willing to engage ia any boniness, and will make
himself g> ner?lly useful bl any way, and be sarisSed
with a very moderate salary. Address "L. Vf., '
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ARESPECTABLE WHITE FEMALE
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An ex-menber of Hagood's Brigade, C. 8. A.,
who lost an arm tn th? war, and who ls now ni r?- j
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April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
Hottrcs in flankruptrn.
IN THE DISTRICT COUKT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOB THE DISTBICT OF
SOUTH CABOLINA-IN BANKBUPXCY-TN THE
il AT TER OF 1 HOM 13 E. FOUNTAIN, BANK
?UPT-DISTBICT OF SOUTH CABOLINA-S*.
I Warrant in Bankruptcy has been issued by said
;ourt against the Estate ot THOMAS E. FOUN?
TAIN, of the County of Darlington, and State of |
louth Carolina, in said District, who has been duly
djudged a Bankrupt upon petition of his creditors,
nd the payment of any debts and the delivery of j
ny ptoperry belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or
or his use, and the transfer of any property by him,
re forblddea by Uw. A meeting of the creditors cf |
aid Bankrupt, to prove their debts aa 1 choose one
ir more assignees of his Estate, will be held at a
lourt ot Bankruptcy, to be holden at Charleston, in
aid District, on the firit (1st) dav of Auoiat, A. D.
Sio, at 9 o'clock A. al., at the office ot R. B. CAB
'ENTEB, one of the Besristrsrs in Biukruntcy ot
aid District. J. P. M. EPPING.
I ni ted States Marshal for said District
July 18_ 82
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
L UNITED STATES. FOB THE DISTBICT OF
OUTH C A R O LI N A-TN THE MATTES OF SAM
IEL E. OPPENHEIM, BANKRUPT.-TN BANK?
RUPTCY.-To whom; lt may concern: The under
igned hereby gives noUce of his appointment as
issiguee of SAMUEL H. OPPENHEIM, in>he Dis?
tict of Charleston, and State of South Carolina,
.ithin said District, who has been adjudged a Bank
upt, upon his own petition, by tao District Court of j
Dated the 3d day of Jr ly. A. D. 1863,
HENRY H. OPPENHEIM, Assign;?.
July 4 _S3
rX THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
L UNITED STATES, FOB THE iilSTBICT OF
iOUTH CABOLINA-TN THE MATTER OF JOHN
I HARPES, OF KIN OSTSEE, WILLIAMSBURG
IISTBIOT, S. C.-TN BANKBUPTCY.-To whom lt
cay cone ere: The undersigned hereby gives no
ice of his appointment as Assignee of JOHN D.
IARPER, of Wllhamsburz District, and State df |
louth Carolina, within said District, who has been
djudged a Bankrupt on his own petitton by District
lourt of said Ctsfrict 8. OWEN8,
July ll stuth6 Assignee.
A DAME GIDIEKE,
CALDER HOUSE. -
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. S. 0.
Transient Board 93 50 per Day.
, MOXUHENT SQUARE,
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April 27 _ly?
?1 POTTS WOOD HOTEL,
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April 22 Cmos
LAT ROCK HOTEL.
THIS HOUSE 13 NOW OPEN FOR THE
RECEPTION OF VISITORS.
Eoard ?33 per mouth.
Passage from Charleston to Fiat Rock by Railroad
ind ?toge S2C.
H. T. TAVMER,
July ll Btutbluno*_Proprietor.
KT K W YORK HOTEL.
No . Til BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY,
ll. M. H1LDRETH Si CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
IOTEL. a9 popularly known in former times
mder the manaii^ent ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., aud
nore recently nuder that of HIRAM CRANSTON ?v
is now undet the proprietorship of Messis. D.
J. H ELD REI H 6? X. 3. ROCKWAY, uner the firm ot
). M. HILDRETH * CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as a
noprietorof the Veranda, St. Louts and St Charles
iotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
,?3ure his friends and ihe public generally, that its
ormer world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
lote!, shall be fullv sustained under tts present
Danae ement. " lyr* February 13
M K JR 1 C A X HJO U.SE,
BOSTON. MASS. PW
TSE VERY IMPORTANT AND KXTNESIVE
mprovementa which have recently been made in
his popular Hotel, the largest la New England, en
hie the Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
nd the Travelling Public accommodations and con
eniences superior to any other Hotel in the city,
)uring the past summer additions have been made
if numerous suites of apartments, with bathing
ooms, water closets, 4c, attached; one of Tufts'
ongniflceat passenger elevators, the best ever con?
tracted, conveys guests to the upper ?tory of the
louse tn one minute; the entries have been newly
nd richly carpeted, and thc entire house thoroughly
eplenished and refurnished, making it in all its
ppointmenta, equal to any Hotel in the country.
Telegraph Onice, Billiard Halls and Colo on the
rst floor. LEWIS BICE & SON,
May 4 mwKlmoa Proprietors.
W A N D B . S
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SATURDAY If IGST, JULY 18, 1868.
Complimentary Benefit to
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OS* Entire Cb ango of Programme.
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andBritish America, and retailed by Druggists every
where. ,, ,
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No. 169 Meeting-street, corner Bosci.
April 21 3m oa
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SMOKED PROVISIONS, &c
EECETVED PER EECENT ARRIVALS
Choice SlIOEhD TONGUES, Extra Breakfast
Bacon, Pig Hams, Pig Shoulders, Smoked Beef and
Extra thia Pig Pork, Pickled Beef, Pickled Ox
Choice Goshen Butter. '
Pineapple Cheese, Mild J(4am Cheese, Young
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Dutch and Sap Sago Cheese.
Mess Mackerel, Extra Large No. 1 Mackerel,
Extra Scaled Herrings and St. George's Codfish.
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FRENCH BRANDY AND 1 LA
RET, IN BOND.
CASKS PURE FRENCH BRANDE ^
60 cases COTT'S DE BOURG CLARET.
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or duty paid. P. J. ESN ARD,
No. 10 Broad-street up-stairs.
Next to Bank of Charleston Building.
1500 OORIP13 P E1M E TENNES92B
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July 13 _1_Napier's Range.
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. GRAESER, LEE, SMITH & 00 ,
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Fresh Roasted Coffee.
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ARRIVING DAILY, AND SOLD CHEAP, BY
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No. 83 Market-street, south-side,
July 16_6 Opposite Market BalL
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
PEACHES AND APPLES RECEIVED EVERY
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June 25 Imo Nos. W and C7 Marke t-etreet.
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April 21 3mos
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June 20 nae etuthlmos
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March 29_ No. 131 Meeting-3treet.
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU?
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ty afforded patrons. Zm
The "object" of the Association is, as set forth m
it3 charter, "To furnish members and the public
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rated, and at lowest market rates, and from the
profit3 of such sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies of tie Constitution and By-Laws can be
found ot the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries regarding the practical working of the-enter?
prise w;ll be most cheerfully au 1 promptly satisfied.
W.-H. WELCH. Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant - ..
July ll_ '?_
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OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE.- MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHAULESTON, 8. C. April 7,
1868.-NOT?Ct?.-The Ordinance proMViting the
firing of zana, pistols, squibs, ste, within the city
limits, will hereafter be strictly enforced.
Shooting on the farms, streets, lanes and roads
south cf the Forks of the Road is a violation of the
By order of Mayor COGSWELL.
C. B. 9IGWALD,
April 6 _Chief of Police.
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, JCLY 14, 1868.
- Taken up wjlle going at large a blue speck?
led FOX HOUND. The owner may recover the
some by calling and establishing his danu thereto.
' 8 JOHN CMINOTT.
First Lieutenant, Acting Chief of Police.
July 15 _3
CITY TAXES-SECOND INSTALMENT.
CITY TBEASUBY, lat July, 1868.-Uuder an
Ordinance "To Baise Supplies for the year 1868," the
SECOND INSTALMENT OF TAXES ON REAL
ESTATE is required on or before the last day of
July, and if not paid executions sholl Issue in twenty
days thereafter. 8. THOMAS,
july 1 City Treasurer.