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-JSold dosed in Ne w Yorkjyesterday strong,
-Cotton waa heavy and ashade lower with
salas of 1800 balee at 31J cents.
in Liverpool-at 3 P. M., yesterday, cotton
turas heavy at lOjalOffor uplands. Sales 6000
-California ia gaining by immigration from
Sve hundred to six hundred persons weekly..
-The effects of the drought are most diaas
? trous io the crops in parts of Canada.
-Elder Knapp boasts of having converted
.two hundred erring Californians at a single
-F. M. Simons, lof LaCrosse, complet ed his
-walk of one thousand and ono hundred miles
.Tint twelve and a half days ait noon on the 16 th.
-Generals Grant, Sherman, Sheridan and
Dent left Leavenworth on Saturday morning
fer Denver, via Kansas and Pacific Railroad?
s-It is computed that no fewer than one hun
* tiro * and s ix ty-e ight Mexican Generals have an
-?ye'- bo the Presidency of Iheir country.
--Preparations are being made.at Omaha by
Brigham Young's agents for the transportation
of several thousand s migr an IP. to the end of the
?Union Pacific Railroad.
-The heat is so intense in illinois that all
.?aorta of Works has been suspended. Farmers
are offering from five to seven dollars fer h ar
vvest hands, bat can get none at any price.
-The wheat crop is finished in nearly all
parts of Indiana, and is decidedly the best they
Etave had for a long time. Corn, too, promises
an exceedingly heavy yield.3
-Sainave has proclaimed himself Emperor
?of flay ti and is fortifying the capital. His
">?roops were victorious in an engagement with
Ahe insurgents at ?ivanci.
-The Natehitoches (La.) Times ?s informed
isbai At a meeting held at Bioggold on the 20th
oh}- one hundred and forty colored men joined
-.t^ie Democratic club. . *
-i?j?f? are now twelve hundred and sixry
' rtthree Mormons at Castle ' Garden , Ne w York,
-Awaiting transportation to Utah, and twenty.
' -ona hundred more are expected from Europe
-It is stated thai the Garibaidian recruits
?vow being enrolled secretly in Italy wear
' -Mack.shirt instead of the asnal scarlet, on the
breast of which are embroidered in white two
- Leiter?, V. AL (Vengeance for Mentana).
-Admirai Farragut waa presented to Queen
."Victoria on Thursday last. . The yield of wheat
ia the United Kingdom exceeds the annual
amge. Mr. Bancroft has concluded bis
Dentations for another naturalization treaty
. ?iib Baden. R
-St is a carions fact in connection with the
v t2onrt af Holland thar the King and Queen are
-'never known toba present together. The King
LTEcenUy Mt fot Lucerne, and at the same time
" . .GteQasen'e arrival from the baths was an
-poanced. The phlegmatic Dutch maliciously
-apply the sobriquets of the'"Sun and 'the
Jinan" to the royal. pair, inferring that they
^cannot be seen together, h
-A traveller on a railroad in France, desir
sag to purchase the Liberte,. a Parisian paper,
. called to the-newsboy at' a station: "Eh, La
Sberte." -The news agent immediately went
art to the gentleman, requesting him not to
.compromise bim. "Oom promise yon; what do
;3<ramean7*vi,0h,'' replied the vender, "the
-authorities might think that I am crying 'La
"Liberte,'which has been strictly forbidden."
'-^Qie Pans Figaro reports that a suit has
r<i?an oom minced to obtain a-divorce between
Prince .William, of Hacau, and the Princess
. JHbiabeth, of Scmauenburg-Lippe. The Prince,
> feeing the issue of a Morganatic marriage, could
sot obtain the hand of the Princess, so he
-?foped with her, and shortly after they were
.-ajamed. Unfortunately the marriage has tend?
ed! to much" unhappiness. ---
".>-JL correspondent ofHbe" Scientific Ameri
.can commends onions as a specific against
endemics-not as an esculent, bat sliced and
4ept in a sick room, where they will absorb
-say atmospheric poison. They should be re
placed ly fresh ones every hoar: It is nb
? Siced ?hat in. the room of a small-pox pa
.firent they; win blister ' and decompose with
?reafc rapidity, bot ?ill prevent the spread of
ice disease. Their application has also proved
--effective in the case o?" snake bites.
. -Ancient Japanese laws against the-emi
- gration of the people are beginning to be dis
regarded in the existing confusions of the Mi
iadoVEmpire. S?me*'time"ago between three
and four hundred of his subjects went away to
-'Saigon tb work under contract, for some Dutch
merchants; and the latest aocounts from the
"Sandwich Islands say that an Enghsh ship
- ftroogbt about one hundred and fifty Japanese
-?nxigrants to Honolulu, whore they were at
once taken possession of by the emigration
agents and engaged for three years to labor in
.the agriculture of tte islands.
-An intelligent writer in Prussia says that
. Bismarck is more the king than the King.
Sore hats Are lifted to bim in public than to
any Dody else. While the King is planning the
. arrangement of the leg stripe 3 of bis soldiers,
the great Count is negotiating with the powers
that be, and always for the good of Prussia.
Ho lives in a plain row of buildings, with a
H?ck shaded garden of lime trees in the rear,
in which he often walks to obtain relaxation
from the cares ot overwork. Look into any
Ahop window in Berlin and there is his photo?
graph- Hts-came is heard at the hotels and in
the cafes. There are Bismarck groves, Bis?
marck collars, Bismarck rifles and Bismarck
ieee. If any question of State comos ap in the
newspapers, waft for Bismarck to give an opin?
ion. It is said that ho cares very little for the
flHng, bat that'the King cares much for Bis
I ttl I mk. At present the great man Js jLV and
. tfibe people say he is overworked; but the phy
3KZSZK have said that the trouble is delirium
-min. speaking of th-- Radical schemes for
tampering with the counting of the electoral
-voie, tho New York World of Saturday says:
-"*=B ? proper that "thu- usurping demagogues
in the Federal Capitol should be warned in
time against proceeding to such extremities
that forbearance would cease to be a virtue.
The actual majority of the citizens of the
United States must ha vs a fair opportunity to
decide' who shall govern the country. If the
will of the majority ie defeated by political
knavery, they wfll have power ibe;ng a majori?
ty! to redress the wrong, and Congress mis?
takes the temper of American freemen if it
supposes that they will not have also the will.
If we are fairly beaten after an honest elec
tion. we understand and shall practice the
proper virtue of a minority-submission. Bnt
we shall not tamely submit tobe cheated. If
the Republican party administer the govern?
ment for the next four years, it must be in
virtue of an actual majority, not a fictitious
majority obtained by proscription and exclu?
sion! The physical power of the country re?
sides with the arithmetical majority, and as
the constitution has provided no other tribu?
nal for deciding on the claim of electoral
votes to be counted, it concerns the peace of
the country that Congress do not interfere to
prevent the voioe of the actual majority from
deciding who shall be President. This warn?
ing cannot be construed as a threat without a
confession that the Republicans intend to
stifle votes that ought to be counted, and to
declare their candidates' elected even though
they should receive but a minority of the whole
number of electoral votes. In the interest
of peace, we beseech them to permit a fair
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JFLY 22,1868.
THE STATE CENTRAI, DEMOCRATIC COK
MITTEE invite their fellow-citizens of
Charleston to assemble at the Hibernian
Hall, at 8 P. M., on Friday next, the 24th
instant, to hear the report of their dele?
gates who have returned from the New York
Convention," andvto ratify ."the proceedings
of that body.
Tht .Newberry Bugbear.
; The famous communication from one WM.
H. MARTIN, of Newberry, whioh caused the
House of Representatives to go into secret
session on Monday, is in. all probability a
hoax; but even as a practical joke it may be
made to do harm to the white people of this
State, who have.no sympathy with menaces
and threats of violence, and are determined
to win back their liberties' by peaceable
means alone.- All expressions-of an inten?
tion to take the law into our own hands,
whether they be intended as a silly jest, or
are the wild opinions of some one hot?
headed and thoughtless white man, will be
made the excuse for the incorporation of a
negro militia, and serve as campaign, pa
pers to prove that a new rebellion is immi?
nent in. the South. The letter from.New?
berry may have been a Radical trick; but
whatever it was, it is but just to state em?
phatically and deliberately that suoh utter?
ances are totally at variance with the feel?
ings and determination of our people.
We do believe that the Presidential elec
lions in November next wity result in the
triumph of the National Democracy. We
do believe that the triumph of the Democ?
racy will give us a legit?mate State govern?
ment, which will insure true freedom and
protection to the white and colored races.
But until the moment comes when; the ille?
gitimate government under which we now
live is set aside,, as illegal and unconstitu?
tional, it is our resolve to obey existing
laws, and to conduct ourselves as peaceful
and inoffensive citizens. This is the feel?
ing of every respectable and responsible
white man in the State of South Carolina.
Southern Electoral Totes.
. The joint resolution passed by both
Houses of Congress; in-regard to the elec?
toral votes of the Southern States, is a coup
de main. Stripped of all its technical ver?
biage, it simply amounts to this, that these
votes are denied reception as a matter of J
right; bnt may be allowed to be counted at the
discretion of Congress. Thus a ne w measure
of reconstruction is virtually. eetabiishea;
the Southern States have a vote under this
resolution, if they vote for GEANT; they
have no vote, if they vote for SETMOUB.
Ju no instance have the Radicals more
shamelessly perverted legislation to politi?
cal ends. For it is a mere mockery of re?
publicanism to set thc people to roting, with
the understanding that their suffrages may
be either used or rejected by those who
have charge of the ballot-box. It is a mon?
strous, cruel wrong that the maimed giant,
who has been so long shut up in his loathe
some and squalid prison-house, shall not
breathe the free air, unless he consents to
grind as a menial, or sport as a clown, at
the bidding of his Philistine taskmasters.
Yet euch is the law which the Radicals have
dared to establish.
We, of course, can only form conjectures
as to what the votes of the Southern States
will be. They will, beyond all question, be
diligently and dexterously manipulated.
But there is every reason to believe that
some of them will be Democratic. The
statesmanship and ardor of that grand histor?
io party have given new hope to a well-nigh
desperate country, and communicated an
electric thrill to the Southern heart. Here,
whatever is noblest and purest, whatever
should be most influential, will be enlisted,
organized and active for its success. After
the long and gloomy reign of Radical des?
potism, there is no true man among us
whose eye does not kindle with fresh enthu?
siasm, turning to the radiant promise of the
-"Where the new-bathed day,
With oriflamme uplifted o'er the peaks,
Saddens the breasts of northward-looking snows
That loved the night."
It is, then, a conclusion almost amounting
to a certainty that some of our" States will
vote for the Democratic candidate. This
is what the Radicals anticipate, and what,
by the joint resolution, they cunningly pro?
vide for. They forbid ?s to vote for lib?
erty, for order, for industry, for civil vir?
tue, for constitutional law. They have
nominated our master, and to us they as?
sign no other privilege than that of electing
him. We are to have our own way, just as
Mrs. Easy did, when it was understood that
she was to have the naming of her son, on
the condition that she named him John.
There is, however, one little difficulty in
the carrying out of the Radical programme.
The Democrats may hare something to say4
npon the subject. If they receive the ma?
jority of the eleotoral votes of the States,
they will not submit, to the invalidation of
any of these votes. They will insist apon
the inauguration of the men who have been
constitutionally elected to fill the highest
offices of the government And, having
the majority of the people in their favor,
they will hold the power to carry out their
design, though Congress should pass forty
thousand resolutions against it. It is amaz?
ing that those desperate political gamblers
at Washington fail to see that a preponder?
ance of votes in a democratic form of gov?
ernment conveys a preponderance of power,
and that against this power their resolu?
tions are as idle as the paper banners of a
The joint resolution on the eleotoral vote
is tantamount to a confession of defeat. It
is the resort of despair. Acoording ' to the
constitution, it is Mr. WADE'S duty, as PreB
dent of the Senate, to open the certificates
of election in the presence of the Senate;
after which the votes are to be counted.
Congress now conoedes to him the authority
and the right to pocket any of these certifi?
cates from the Southern States. With all his
audacity, will he dare to carry out the res?
olution of that body ? It contemplates a
clear usurpation. It provides for a revolu?
tionary act. It repudiates the will of the
people. The attempt may possibly be made;
bat in this event, he and his infam?os allies
will find that they have reached the utmost
limits of their misrule. Aa avenging, de?
stroying fire will flash ont upon them from
the desecrated ballot-box, as certainly as it
borst of old from the Ark of the Covenant.
They are now on the road to ruin. And
the present resolution takes them far to?
ward their destination, if, indeed, it has nut
already brought them to their journey's
end. Their only chance for salvation is to
authorize Mr. WADE to pocket all the votes,
to reinforce the army, and to proclaim
TJLTBSES I the military dictator of the new
Empire of the West.
THE SCABR-OBOW letter from Newberry,
and an account of the ase to be made of it
by the Radioal campaigners, will be found
in our Columbia correspondence.
TO ltE?T, WITH THE Fl'KM'Il'KE,
a delightfully situated HOUSE in Hasel-stxeet,
near Anson, at 150 por month. Apply to LEITCH
& BRUNS._ ; . ' July 22
TU BENT, THE DWELLINU So. ID
BUTLEDOE-STBEET, cont toing five upright
rooms, fine attics, dressing room and pantries; good
servant's accommodations and o ls tern on the prem?
ises. Apply to J.H. WILSON,
July 22 .a Np. 5 Broad-street.
?STOKE AND LAWYER'S OFFICE
to rent, at No. 61 Bro ad-street. . Also, a
HOUSE in Inspection-street, near East Bay. It con
lain s a front room suitable for any kind of shop, a
back and two upper rooms. To a suitable tenant
the rent ?ill be very low. Apply at J HIS OFFICE,
or to J. H. DAWdON. - wa~ Jn'y 22
TO REST, THAT DELIGHT FULL Y
SITUATED HOUSE, with six square rooms,
gas, and large els ern of water, situated in Gads Jen
street, north, of Buu, co.iunanding a fine view of the
Ashley Biver. To an approved tenant the rent will
be low. Apply at No. 8 B30AD-STBEET, or at No.
1? JOHN-STBEBT._July 21
TO RENT, TWO VERY PLEASANT
HOUSES lu Amberst-street,.. Not. 16 and 18.
with ?mir Fqnaro, two autos, pantry and dressing
rooms, on3 kitchen with five rooms ano?all necessa?
For further particulars apply to
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TO KENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
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<tt tb? Office of the DAILY HEWS. February 20
fast ano fin?.
LOST, ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON LAST,
from the southwest corner of Bull and Rut?
ledge streets, a SCOTCH TERETES SLOT, blockish
gray on book, and tan less and snout. A reward
will be paid for the return of the same to tai owner,
CORNER BULL AND BUILEDGE STREETS.
MOORHEAD RITTERS -REMOVAL.
JAMES McSEAN has removed from No. 09
Calhoun-street to No. 68 ANSON-STREET, one door
below Wentworth, and ls now ready to fill, all oidor?,
July 1 wfmlmo
M G HT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. 35 WENTWORTH-STBEET, LECTURE BOOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOB THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are tr?m 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month'tn advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2 0. H. BERGMANN.
DIALS ON ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH STEE?
PLE.-Sealed estimates directed to the Committee on
St Michael's Clock arc hereby Invited by the 23d in?
stant, at 12 M. Tho work to bo done i s as folows:
To paint the four (4) Dials (while.)
To paint all the numbers on the same (blacky
To painMhe hands and bronze the same.
To vorn'sh the whole after painting.
Tho materials used to be of the very best quality.
By o:der of tho Chairman
W. H. SMITH,
July 22_? _Clerk of Council
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, JULY ?30, 1868.
The following articles were found in Pitt
street and brought to this station by a policeman:
One COAT, one Vest, one pair of Shoes, ono pair of
Eye Glasses. 1 he owner may recover thc same by
calling and establishing his claim tuc ie to.
JOHN C. MIN'OTT,
Fitst Lieutenant L. W. Police.
CITY TAXES-SECOND INSTALMENT.
CI IY TREASURY, 1st July, 1868.-Under sn
Ordinance "To Raise Supplies lor the year 1868," the
SECOND INSTALMENT OF TAXES ON REAL
ESTAI E is required t n or before tho last day of
July, and if cot paid ex?cutons shall issue in twenty
days therealtcr. S. THOMAS,
July 1_City Treasurer.
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 1
Cirr HALL, April 28,18C8. j
F?RMER3 /.ND OTHERS A Rh. REQUESTED
not to drive over the Une of the MceUng street
Road, botwecn Spring and Rumuey-streets, during
thc execution of the work. Coule drivers are re?
quested not to use tho Meeting-street Road at ul).
The disturbance of all the grade and aUignmcnl
pegs, recently put up, renders it necessary to moko
the above request. LOUIS J. BAR BOT,
April 30 City Engineer.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
Whereas, there is reason to believe that tho fire
which occurred on the morning ot the 22d instint
was tho work of au incendiary:
Now, know all men by these presents that I, Mil?
ton Cogswell. Mavor of the city aforesaid, do offer a
robard of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for tho dis
covery ?nd proof to conviction, iu any court of com?
petent jurisdiction, ot the party or parties who fired
the building ou Meeting-street, lately occupied by
Messrs. Dowio & Moise, which was burnt down,
with anottier, ou thc morning above stated.
Witness my hand this twenty-second day of June,
A. D. one thousand ci?hz hundred and sixty
MILTON COGSWELL, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of CouaclL
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ATTORNEY ?T LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
#3? Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, National Bank. Miy 8
' MEETING OF THE BAR.
THE MEMBERS OF THE BAR ABE REQUESTED
td meet In the Equity Court Boom, This Mor?
ning, at Ten o'clnok, to consider the proper meas?
ures of respect to the memory ot their deceased
Brother, Judge FBOST._1_July 22
DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF WARD No. 3.
rr\B"E REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING "OF THE
J. CLUB wiU be held Thu Evening, at the Hiber?
nian Halt at Eight o'clock. JAS. G. MOFFETT,
July 22_1 Secretary.
WARD No. 4.
rjTHE VOIEBS OF WARD NO. i ABE INVITED
_L to meet at Masonic Hall, This Evening,
22d ins-ant, at Eight o'clock, for the parp?se of or?
ganizing a Democratic Club. It is to be hoped that
everyone who ls a voter in this Ward wiU De wil?
ling to aid the cause by bis presence on this occa?
sion. 1 July 22
AREGULAR MEETING OF THE "DEMOCRAT?
IC CLUB of Ward No. 3," wiU be held at the
Palmetto Engine House, This Evening, at Eight
All citizens of the Ward are earnestly requested to
attend the meeting and enroll theirnamia as mern
bers-of the Club.
By order. D. B. GILLILA ND,
July 22 , 1_Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB. WARD Wo. 6.
ASPECIAL MEETING OF THE CLUB WILL
be held at the Hall of the Washington Fire En?
gine Company, To-Marr ow (Thursday) Evening, at
Eight o'clock. A general attendance of the Mem?
bers is requested, as Important matters will be con?
By order of the President
R. B. BAKER,
July 22_1_R/cording Fecretary.
GERMAN BASE BALL.
AMEETING OF THE GERMANIA BA9E BALL
CLUB will be held This Evening, at the Ger- |
man Engine HOMO, at Eight o'clock P. M. Mem?
bers are requested to bi punctual.
g July 22_1_
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION, Ho. 1.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will be held This Evening, at Eight o'clock.
Members and Candidates for the Thirteenth Degree
will be punctual.
By order T. P. G. M. . .
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
This Evening, at Eight o'clock, in Masonic Hall,
J. L. HONOUR.
July 22_1_Secretary acd Treasurer.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET?
ING of your Company, at your Hall This Even?
ing, at Eight o'clock precisely.
By order. JOHN F. LaFAB,
July 22 1 Secretary.
Uotircs tn p?nhruptrn.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-TN THE
DISTRICT COURT.-IN BE, LSAAO KLEIN, A
BANKRUPT. EX PARTE LUOAS SIMON-, AS?
SIGNEE OF L KLEIN.-In obedience to the order
of Court made m this case, all persono holding Hens
on the real estate of I6AA0 KLEIN, situated in Barn- ]
well District are hereby notified to prove the same
before me at my office in Charleston, on or before
tte first Monday in August text, for the purpose of |
having the net proceeds of the sole of said real estate
applied to the payment of the same by the Assignee,
according to their legal priori'y, and that In default
thereof, said liens be forever barred.
R. B. CARPENTER,
July IC w3sl Registrar in Bankruptcy.
?p\ RS AT DISTRIBUTION
UT BY THE
METROPOLITAN GIFT COMPANY.
Cash Gifts to the Amount of 9250,000.
EVERT TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
5 Cash Gifts... ;.Each ?10,000
10 Cash Gifts.Each 6,000
20 Cash Gilts.Each 1,000
40 Cash Gifts.Each 600
200 Cash Gifts.Each 100
300 Cash Gifts.Each 60
460 Cash Gills.Each 25
GOO Cash Gifts.Each 25
30 Elegant Rosewood Pianos.Each $300 to $800
36 Elegant Rosewood Melodeons, .Each 76 to 160
16U Sewing Machines.Each 60 to 175
250 Musical Boxes.Each 26 to 200
300 Fine Gold Watches.Each 76 to SOO
750 fine 611 vex Watches...*.Each 30 to 00
Fine Oil Paintings, Framed Engravings, Silverware,
Photograph Albums, and a large assortment of
Fine Gold Jewelry, in all valued at fl,1.00,000.
A chance to draw any of the above prizes by pur?
chasing a Sealed Ticket for twenty-five cents. Tickets
describing each prize are sealed in envelopes and
thoroughly mixed. On receipt of twenty-five cents a
Sealed Ticket will be drawn without cho ce and de?
livered at our office, or sent by mail to any addres?.
'inc prize named upon it wUl be deliverod to the
?ckot-holder on payment of One Dollar. Pilzes will
be Immediately sent to any addres*, as requested, by
express or return mall.
You will know what your prize is before you pay
for lt Any prize may bb exchanged for another of
the same value. No blanks.
mpg}- Our patrons csu de end on fair dealing.
RETEBEKCES.-We select the few following names
from the many who have lately drawn valuable prizes,
and kindly permitted us to pub lah them:
a T. Wilkins, Buff Jo, N. Y., ?1000; Miss Annie
Monroe, Chicago, 111., Piano, valued at (650; Robert
Jackson, Duhnque, Iowa, Gold Watch, $250; Philip
McCarthy, Louisville,'Ky., Diamond Gingier Bing,
5600 ; R. A. Patterson, New Bedford, Moss., Silver Tea
Set il"5; Miss Emms Walworth, Milwaukee, Wis,.
Piano, $600; Rev. X. W. Pitt, Cleveland, Ohio, Molo
jB?rWe publish no names without permission.
OPINIONS er ras Passa.-"They are doing the
largest bualnesa; the firm is reliable, and deserve
tholr success."- Weekly Tribune, Feb 8,1868.
" We nave examined their system, and know thom
to bo a fair dealing firm."-/Veto York Herald, Feb,
2&, 18C8. \
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which was promptly received."-Daily News, March,
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five for $6; one hundred and ten for $16.
AU letters should be address to
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July 20 Imo No. 173 Broadwav, N. Y.
Q REENBACKS FOR THE PEOPLE!
GREENBACKS FOB EVERYBODY, ?
GREENBACK STATIONERY PACKAGE!
EACH PACKAGE CONTAINS AN ASSORTMENT
of our Improved articles of STATIONERY, and a dis
tribut'.on of Greenbacks in sums of
SI, 82, $5, $10, $20, 850, 8100.
Price for the whole only FIFTY CENTS. Sent
postt aid on receipt of the price.
?3-Agen ts wanted lo circulate the GREENBACK.
Active men can realize five to ten dollars per.day.
For further particulars send ied stamp for circu?
AMERICAN STATIONER'S COMPANY, .
No. 165 West Bal tim. : e-s reet, Baltimore, Md.,
July 20 mwf Imo Postofhce Box 1424.
OTICE TO FARMERS.
WILLIAM HUNT HAS RESUMED HIS OLD BU?
SINESS at No. 42 M ABE r.T-STi'.EE T, north side,
whore be is prepared to receive and forwaid oil
kinds of VEGETABLES and FRUITS on con?lgn
ment. Liberal advances will be made if desired,
Consignments for the New York, Philadelphia, Ba t;
mo-e and Washington Markets will meet with prompt
From h's long experience in this business he feels
confident of affording satisfaction to his customers.
ForJhose pretorring to sell their pr ducts here the
highest market prices will be obtained. Vsgetables
and oil kinds of Country Produce will be retailed at
wholesale price*. Imo June 27
rpUE FALL TRADE.
MERCHANTS, FACTORS AND BUSINESS MEN
everywhere, but more especially m the City of
Charleston, will please bear in mind that the BARN?
WELL SENTINEL is one of the best advertising me?
diums in the State, circulating at every postofhce in
thc District, and has been In existence- since 1852.
Business men would consult their interest by trying
some of tho Printer's Ink used at that establishment.
Address E. A BRONSON,
July 14 Imo Publisher and Proprietor.
E. H. KELLEBS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
VICHY GRANDE GRILLE
KISSINGEN BITTER WATER,
Lr Original Packagee.
iVEW TOBE AND MYER FOOL
EXCHANGE ON NEW YOBK AND BANK OP
GOLD COIN. For sale by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS b CO.
Joly 8 wira Imo
jy? ADAME OID I B K E ,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Transient Board 92 50 p?r Day.
KIR KL A ND Si CO., Proprietors.
April 27_ lyr
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS,
LL, I A M IRWIN,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
QRIFFIN, BROTHER Si CO.,
' G B 0 C E B S
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
AMERICAN Hit) USE,
TUE VERY IMPORTANT AND EXTNESIVE
improvements wi'.ch have recently been made In
this popular Hotel, tbe largest In New; England, en?
able the Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
and the Travelling Public accommodations and con?
veniences superior to any other Hotel in the city.
During the past summer additions have been made
of numerous suites of apartments, with bathing
rooms, water closets, Ac, attached; one of Tufts'
magnificent passenger elevators, the best ever con.
structed, conveys guests to the upper story of the
house in one minute; the entries hare been newly
and richly cirpeb^d, and the entire house thoroughly
replenished and ^tarnished, making lt, in all Its
appointments, equal to any Hotel in the country.
Telegraph Office, Billiard Halls and Cafe on the
fint floor. LEWIS RICE b SON,
May 4 mwfSmoe Proprietors.
JTEW YORK HOTEL. ?
No. 72 1 BROAD WAT, -
NEW YORK CITY.
O. M. H LLD RE TH Si CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, os popularly known in former rimes
under the management of J. B. MONNOT. Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON &
CJ., is now under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HLLDRETH b T. B. BOCK WAY, uner the firm of
D. M. HLLDRETH b CO.
: The senior partner from bi? long experience as a
pioprietor of the Veranda, St, Loots ana St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and the public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
m anace ment * lyr* , February 13
-yrriiiBUR & SON,
REAL E8TATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEEBS,
No. 59 Broad street, Cliurlciton, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of ,
rents, and all manner of claims.
July 13 . mwffiino
JT1ROST, BLACK Si CO., I
Wholesale and B?tail Dealers In, and Manufactu?
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 liowcry, near CanaWrttt
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings furnish?
ed at the shortest notice. AU Goods purchased of
our House guaranteed os represented.
Mayl - fmw3mo8
J? 01. MARSHALL dc BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET. '
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, bc, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?B-Auction of HOBSES, FURNITURE, tc, every^
Wednesday. October 19
STEAM SAW MILL,
WEST END OF BEAUFAIN-STREET.
Having rebuilt his STEAM SAW MILL, is now pre.
pared to execute all orders for SHIPPING and CITY
TRADE with dispatch.
JOHN fl. STEIN MEYER,
May 5 West end of Bea ufain-^'reet
tirlLLIS Si C H ISO L.ll,
. FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WTLL ATTEND TO THE PURO BASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COT??N, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. CHTSOLM.
H E U E R ' S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HELIER is a German Barber, bas been '.nor
oughly trained to his business, and is preps' ed to
eer ve his friends and the public generally in th seve?
ral'branob es of his art, viz:
-jyj-ERCHANTS OP CHARLESTON?
THE SUMTES- NEWS
THE ABOVE NAMED PAPER Ii! PUBLISHED
weekly in Sumter, S. C., which, beiDg immediately on
the Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, and have
ina a large circulation in thc section in which it is
published, is offered as a desirable advertising me?
dium. Terms liberal.
Address, DARB b OSTEEN,
May 6 Proprietors.
TT\RUGS AND MEDICINES,
FBESH BY EVERY STEAMER.
?. H. KELLS BS & CO..
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Always on band a large assortment ot' DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet
Physicians' Orders filled promptly and at tho low?
est market rates.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D. H. BAEB. *f. D.
February 17 VB
PPICE CHIEF OP POLICE-MAIN
GUABDHOU-E, CHARLESTON, S. C., April 7,
1868.-NOTICE.- The Ordinance prohibiting the
firing of guns, pistols, squibs, tc, within the city
limits, will hcrcaftcr.be strictly enforced.
Snooting on the farms, streets, lanes and roads
south of the Forks of the Road i3 a violation of the
Cv order of Mayor COO3WELL.
C. B. SIGWALD,
April 6 Chief of Police.
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, JULY 14, 1968.
Taken np while coing at Urge a blue speck?
led FOX HOUND. The owner may recover the
some by calling and es?ablishing his claim thereto.
JOHN C. MINOTT,
First Lieutenant, Acting Chief of Police.
CITY TREASURY, JULY1, 1808.-NO?
TICE TO HOLDERS OF FIRE LOAN COU?
PONS.-The Fire Loan Coupons due this day and
payable In the City of New York, will be paid on pre?
sentation at this Office. S. THOMAS,
July 2 . City Treasurer. I
(Stormi* dB* ?lsaMms.
T^INE OLD HENNESSEY BRANDT, ESPECIAL
JL DY recommended for medicinal purposes
OLD PO Er AND SHERRY WINES
COPPER DISTILLED* OLD RYE
DOUBLE DISTILLED FAMILY RYE
CABINET AND MO NONGA HELA WHISKIES.
An assortment of the above Liquors, which can ba
recommended as pure and unadulterated, ls offered
for sale, bottled and on draught, low for cash, at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCEBY STORE,
No. 107 Market-street.
t3~ Goods delivered free.
July 22 -?. _
CHOICE JJACON STRIPS.
or rv fi CHOICE SUGAR-CUBED NARROW
?OWU BACON STRIPS.
Landing per steamers, and for sale by
LAUREY k ALEXANDER.
PEIME WESTERN BACON,
SALT, MOLASSES, BUTTER, ?ic-, &c.
?)f\ HHDV. PRIME WESTERN SHOULDERS
? 'J 15 hhds. Prime Western C. R. Sides
10 hhds. Prime Western Ribbed Sides
5 hhds. Prime Western Clear Sides
i; hhds. low price Should--rs
300 Choice "Washington" Hams
150 Prime Haan
200 saeks 1 iverpool 8alt
30 bbls. Molasses
40 tubs and kegs Prime Butter.
Landing and In store, and for sale by
. . " LATJBlsY & ALEXANDER,
July 20 mw2 No. 137 East Bay.
LARD. ~ !>?'
1 AA TUBS PURE AND EXTRA LARD
?\J\J 10bbls. pure Lard. .
Just received per Manhattan, and for sale by
' B. k A P. CALDWELL.
July 2?_' _L
FLOUR, MOLASSES A1SD
CA BBLS SUPER TENNESSEE FLOUR
*J \J 100 bbls. Family Tennessee Flour
10 hhds. Bright Molasses
25 bags Rio Ccffeo.
On consignment and for sale by
J. N. ROBSON,
July 20 mw2 No. 1 and 2 Atlantic Whait
FRENCH BRANDY AND CLA
RF.T, IV BOND, j
.?f^ CASKS PURE FRENCH BRANDY
? . ?so . ' - ' '- - -
50 cases COTE'S DE BOUBG CL ABET.
The above, imported from Bordeaux, will be sold
low in quantities to suit purchasers, either In bond
or dury paid. P. J. ESN ABD, .
No. 10 Broad-street, up-stsJrs,
Next to Bank of Charleston Building.
2500 ^rarls c*olcz SUGAB-CUREO
Landing, and tor sale by
July 21 2 R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
WHEAT! WHEAT! tyHEAT!
WANTED TO PURCHASE, WHEAT IN LARGE
QUANTITIES, for which the highest market
price ls paid by JOHN CAM PSEN k CO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposite State-street
July 21_ a
mBALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAYT'
landing from bark "E. Williams." For.
sale in lots to suit, by T. J. KERR k CO.
Jnly21. ; 3
FRUIT J FRUIT ! FRUIT!
PEACHES AND APPLES RECEIVED EVERY
DAY from Aiken on consignment- The above
wUl be sold in small boxes to suit families by .
BART k WERTH,
Jone 25 Imo Nos. 55 and 67 Market-street.
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL..
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOR 8ALE BX
E. H. KELLERS Ai CO.,
March 28 _No. 131 Meeting-street.
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU
MENTS, HEADSTONES. ?Vc.
AFINE 8ELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at 8. KLABER'S -Ware
room, No. 54 First avenue, near Third-street, New
Kork Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
Feb i-um jr 3 ftOO .
HARKET, BETWEEN* KING AND
(SOUTE S I H E J)
AN EXTENSIVE, TABLED AK? ' CAREFrjLLV
selected ?upply. of the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the lazarles-WINES, LIQUORS.
etc.-will at alLtimes be found at. the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages lt
already offers to the public Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every f icili
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association ls, as set forth in
Its charter, "To furnish members and the publia
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte
rat.v* -vnd at lowest market rates, and from the
pr Jfc'- ????'h sales to accumulate capita) for Ita
sasSfi^T tue Constitution and Ey-Laws can be
' -^jjy -ne Store of . the Association, and all tn
ri JV''?Arding the practical working of the enter
r -.^'fefe?rv1ost cheerfully an i promptly satisaed.
^^t, W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
" ?SJ J. N. WIGFALL, Assistant
FAB HERS ARD OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTES, CHEESE, EGGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS.
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS, .
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, &c.,4 -
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 142, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
New York City,
And receive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price Cur?
cent published in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LIDE UAL ADVANCES MADE ON CON8IONHENTB.
Established May 1st, I860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March 4 o lyr
OOK AND JOB
THE UNDEBSIGNED INFOBMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PAPER, kc, direct lrom manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having large fonts of type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on literal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended, to
at low rates, If left at No. 33 HAYNE-STBEET.
, May 12 JAS* W. MCMILLAN.