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NEWS SflTJ MM A K Y .
-Gold closed ia New York yesterday, at
-Cotton closed heavy, and lower; sales 500
biles at Sla3Lj.
-In Liverpool cotton closed heavy uplands
iQjd.. .; .
-A ri tualistic congregation in New York has
.-provided silver censers. for its service.
. -President Johnson goes to Newport when
-The cheapest paper in the United States is
..he campaign TEX-WEEKLY NEWS. Foar months,
tone dollar. . .
-A successfull belle at Saratoga has brought
?even admirers to the point thus early .in the
-Prentice is' wondering when the Radicals
(will finish; np their work of getting in States
that for foar years they swore were never oat.
. -The Democratic platform is outspoken and
. honest. * 1 h<j Republican platform is ambigu?
ous Ml poUtic._.,r___~r.- J - - "77^-;
- -Thc "body of General Thomas Francis
Measlier, it ia said, was found, ta?? buried
near teapot where found, within a month af?
ter the sad accident of. his drowning.
-An American girl has had the honor of re
coeiving from the Paris police the' compliment'
.of bein!; the most expert thief they ever met,
.and of going for three years ; to a French
-The law in New York is that "no boy is
permitted to seize a dog unless he has roached
.the age of eighteen." The difficulty of deter?
mining the age of the dog is: similar to that
experienced by the Provost Marshal Of Norfolk
.some time ago, when ordered to kill every
."fourth dog." It. was impossible to tell which
;';V' -was a ,libnrth dog."
-A gathering of twerve> or fifteen hundred
.Indians was held at Fort Lamed.recently, for
the purpose of receiving their annual supplies
lj of anns and ammunition. On account of cer
.tain depredations committed by . the Cheyen?
nes some weeks ago, the-government oirdered
tthat no supplies should be issued, and the
meeting was broken up in' confusi?n. A great
-deal ot discontent exists among the Indians on
account of the order, and several acts of hos?
tility hire already been perpet ra ted. The mat
-ter has not yet boen settled.
-Don't advertise, it's, a bad plan. It will
call attention to your place ot busine ss, and 'it
ia much better fdr people who wish to ti ade
with you. co hunt yon up. -It gives your cus?
tomers exercise and makes them healthy.
JJcddes, if you advertise somebody will buy
'your goods, and. then yon will have to get
more, and it will be a bother to you. Ii you
have property to sell by auction or private sale,
?don't advertise it,, or ?he .crowd of purchasers
ariight dirrji?hedobr-s?ep. or soil your carpet.
-General Sherm an telegraphs Colonel Top
:$&n, pf tho'Indian Peace Commission, that two
thousand Indians, comprising tbs Comanches,
. Arrapahoes and Cheyennes,'are becoming very
jeatless, and are clamorous for on immediate
removal to the new reservation promised them
by: tr ea ty. They are beginning to think that
the United States Government does not intend
to carry out the stipulations of the treaty.
Therefore they threaten trouble. Seven hun
-died and fifty of the Navajoes were removed
recently a distance of nearly three hundred
miles. There were three births and only three
-deaths daring the nine of the removal.
-Tho New York rowdies are notorious for
^heir brutality and impudence. A rang of
them, Wednesday night, stopped a horse car
.containing a picnic party on the way home,
.and maltreated and robbed the passengers ina
brutal manner, one individual with a livelier
imagination than the others proposing to set
.fire to 'the ladies' dresses. He even lighted a
-match with the'avowed intent of carrying out
this' purpose, when the conductor, who had
"previously preserved a condition of masterly
inactivity, interposed and prevented its con
trammat?onv At this juncture two policemen
put in an appearance, at the sight of whom
the ruffians decamped.
-Cable telegrams - report that-the yield of
. scheat iii the United Kingdom exceeds the an
rrhsl average. The effects of the drought are
moot' disastrous to the drops in parts'of Oana
da. In this country the yield is above the ave?
rage. The whist crop is finished in nearly all
-parts of Indiana, and is decidedly the best they
: have had for a long time. Coro, too, promises
an exceedingly heavy yield. In Illinois the
" yield is very heavy, bat the heat is so intense
that all sorts of work has been suspended,
.farmers are offering from five to seven dollars
for harvest hands, but eau get none at any
price. Dispatches from different parts of Iowa
?and Wisconsin represent the crops to be io a
very favorable condition.
-A fast and handsome young lady of Bel?
gium, whose mania is physical culture and a
. search for adventure in male attire, but whose
.morals are irreproachable, heard that three
young bloods had been boasting of her favors
and determined upon a characteristic revenge,
To each she sent a delicate little note, making
s private appointment at the same place half
.tm hour apart, They showed the billets with
triumph, and came with friends posted near to
.witness their success. The first was greeted
'warmly by the young woman with a cudgel,
beaten soundly and sent off. The second the
-jame, and the third likewise. Each has a phy?
sician's bill to pay, and the muscular young
3ady is free to continue her eccentricities with
.out fear of slander.
-Penn.-y 1 vania avenue, Washington, was
the scene of a novel excitement Sunday after?
noon. Two men quarrelled, grappled and
: struggled like gladiators, until one of them,
hy a dextrous piece of strategy, got the other
by the hair and punished his opponent's face
severely with his kq?es. The victime of the
, knee was let loose after some time, when the
. ether cried out : '.'Now shoot me, if you dare;
. shoot me; I dare you to do it." A pi eat crowa
had gathered meanwhile, and the windows of
. the hotel were crowded with ladies. The se?
verely punished man drew off some distance.
palled s pistol from bis pocket and aimed it
deliberately at bis opponent. The latter never
flinched, but again shouted, "Shoot if you
dare i" while the ladies screamed and fainted,
and people in the street scattered in every di?
rection to avoid the expected ballet. The de?
nouement was rather tame. No shot was fired,
the pistol man having reconsidered his inten?
tion, and the combatants started off in differ?
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23,1868.
General HAMPTON has accepted the invi?
tation given him by the resident members
of the State Central Democratic Committee,
and will address the mass ratification meet?
ing to be held to-morrow night in front of
the Charleston Hotel. It is expected that
the Hon. JAMES B. CAMPBELL, the Hun. C.
H. SLMONTON, and other leading gentlemen,
will also deliver addresses.
Charleston is now fairly olive. The ardor
and earnestness of the people is increasing
day by day, and the meetingQfcf to-morrow
shall be one worthy of the Democrats of
the State-worthy of the chivalrous and
exalted gentlemen who will there give an
account of their stewardship-worthy of
1 SEYMOUR and BLATB, our future President
and vice-President, and worthy of the
National Democratic party, whose doctrines
and principles are ours.
Thc Mass Sleeting. '
The meeting to be held to-morrow night,
at Hibernian Hall, will in a degree test the
appreciation of our people of the magni?
tude of the contest into which we have en?
tered, while it will also measure the nature
and character of the, support .that may be
I expected to be given to SEYMOUR and BLATB
J>y the Democracy of Charleston.
~ This batTleTrpyal between Democrat amd
Radical, between SETMOTJK and GBANT, be^'
tween BLAIR and COLFAX, must determine
whether the great American Union shall be
once moro a ieee republic, or whether it
shall be ruled by a military dictator and
held in subjection by the swords and can?
non' of a parti-colored soldiery. It will de?
cide between liberty and slavery, between
conservatism and revolution, between the
law and the sword, bet ween permanent se?
curity and licensed violence: and they who
fail to see that the downfall of the Democ?
racy is the downfall of the State, and there?
fore the downfall of every respectable
Southern man, will, in years to come, regret
that they, did not cheerfully step'to the
front when oalled upon to assist in working
out th? salvation of their country.
There iavao fqar or doubt ou our part that
that the mass meeting ot\ to-morrow night
will be o-triumphantsuccess. Au enthusiasm
is now*being kindled in even the breasts of
staid, elderly men,- that gives promise of
an active and zealous campaign. The fires
of our gallant young- men have melted the j
snows of three chilling years, and the liv- '
ing, rushing torrent will - sweep away, like
straws, coldness, indifference and neglect.
.Merchants and clerks, mechanics and mern- :
bers of the learned professions, factors and
storekeepers, owners of ' real estate, and
those whose only heritage is a strong hand
or an active brain, have awakened at the
oall of the Democrats of the North; and
they have said that South . Carolina shall
prove that she can strike one more telling
blow for the constitution and the law. They
have resolved that the meeting of to-morrow
shall show their s'rength. On that day they
will first form their ranks. Each man in
'the community will now soon feel that suc?
cess may depend on. his personal labor, and
then our Democratic host will move and act
ss one man, as every man will work and
strive as though he were a host. The
echoes of the Charleston meeting must be
heard throughout the State, for it will rep?
resent all that we possess 0/ loyal, honora?
ble and true. So it will encourage the down?
cast, strengthen the weak, guide the errant
and lead the wanderer back to the fold: So
it shall be an earnest to the Democracy of
the nation that tins once proud State has
raised again the banner of liberty, justice
Tbe Hodel Republic.
Black wood's Magazine is one of the quick?
est in the Old World to detect any vagary or
defect in the working of the machinery of
the model Republic. But that sharp-eyed
periodical only found out in its last or J une
number, what we in this quarter of the
world have known for years, that the con?
stitution is a dead letter. We can only ac?
count for its tardy perception of the truth
by supposing it was deluded by the balder?
dash of the Radical press, which has been
making the welkin ring with its glorifica?
tions of universal liberty and universal
equality. It now sees the matter in its true
light. It says :
"At the very first strain to which it was
"subjected, the beautiful, the symmetrical,
"the perfect constitution broke helplessly
"down, and is at this moment of no more
"binding force upon the American people
"than any of the numberless equally beau?
tiful and unrevokable constitutions be?
stowed upon themselves by the French be?
tween 1739 and 1818. * * *
"A dominant revolutionary faction haviDg
"a majority in both Houses of Congress,
"laughs its shreds and remnants to scorn, and
'\nake their own decrees do duty in its
In another portion of its article it says :
"The constitution provided no punishment
"for an act of secession, and the Ko rt hem peo
"ple, determining there should be no seces-'
"sion and no disruption of the Union, if
"force could prevent it, resorted to force, in
"defiance of Ike spirit, if not of the letter, of
"the written document,"
Great efforts have been made to pervert
the facts and to represent the South as in?
itialing force, but Blackwood utters the
truth, and what will be the verdict of truth?
ful history. In sixty days atter the Re
publican party obtained possession of the
government, they erased its peculiar and
distinctive feature, consent, and substituted
force-thereby revolutionizing the whole
.character of our institutions.
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LOCAL DIRECTORS XX SEW TOBE*:
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June 20 stuth3mo Agent for Charleston, 8. C.
E* ST ?MXTBTS~FOR PAINTING THE
DIALS ON ST. MICh'AEL'd CHURCH STEE?
PLE.-Sealed estimates directed to the Committee on
St Michael's Clock aro hereby invited by the 23d io
utant, at'12 M. Tbe work to be done is as lol'ows:
To paint the four (4) Dials (white.)
To paint all the numbers ou the same (black.)
To paint the hands and bronze the same.
To varnish the whole after painting.
The materials used to be of the very best quality.
By o:der of the Chairman
W. H. SMIIH,
July 22 Clerk cf council.
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, JULY 30, 1868.
The lollowing articles were found in Pitt
street and brought to this station by apolicemin:
One COAT, one Vest, one pair of Shoos, one pair of
Eye Glasses, ?he owner may recover the same by
calling and establishing his claim tbereto.
JOHN C. MINOTT,
Fiist Lieutenant L. W. Police.
July 21 . _3
CITY TAXES-SECOND INSTALMENT.
CT1Y TREASURY, 1st July, 1863.- Uuder an
Ordinance "To BaiseSupphes lorthe year 1868," the
SECOND INSTALMENT OF TAXES ON REAL
ESTATE is required (nor before the Li?t day of
July, and ii uot paid executions shall issue in twenty
days thereafter. S. THOMAS,
July I City Troasurer.
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
ClTT HALL, April 28, 1863. J
FUMERS AND Ol HERS ARE ItEQUESTED
not to drivo ovor the Une of tho Meeting street
Rond, between Spriug and Rumney-streets, during
the execution of the work. Cattle drivers are re?
quested not to use tho Meeting-street Road at all.
The disturbance of all the grade and alUgnmeul
pe?s, recently put up, renders it necessary to make
tho above request. ' LOUIS J. B?K HO V,
April 3J ._C'ty Eugineer. '
J) R O C L A M A T I O N .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CITY OF CHARLESTON.
Whereas, there is reason to believe that thc fire
which occurred on thc morning ot the 22d instant
was thc work of an Incendiary:
Now, know all men by these presents that I, Mil?
ton Cogswell. Mayor of the city aforesaid, do offer a
reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ior the dis?
cover}' 3nd proof to conviction, in any court ol com?
petent jurisdiction, ot tho party or parties who fired
the building on Meeting-street, lately occupied by
Messrs. Du wie & Moise, which was burnt down,
with another, on thc morning above stated.
Witness my hand this twenty-second day of June,
A. D. one thousand eight hundred and sixty,
MT ETON COGSWELL, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
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Q H . SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
S3~ Office No. 13 BBOAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, National Bank. May 8
SOUTH CAROLINA MASONIC BENEVO?
THE MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE HELD TN
Masonic Hall, This Evening, the 23d instant, at
Eight o'clock. A punctual and general attendance
By order of the President W. A. WILSON,
July 23_1_ Secretary.
WARD No. 7.
THE VOTEES OF WABD SO. 7 ABETNVTTEI
to meet at the Marton Engine House, This Even?
ing, 23d instant, at quarter past Eight o'clock, for
the purpose of organizing a Democratic Club. It i
expected that every Democrat will be pr.??ent as 1
ls important to have a full meeting for a thorough
organization. -1 July 23
CONSERVATIVE CLUB, WARD No. 8.
AMEETING OF THIS CLUB WILL BE HELD
Th s Evening, at Marion Fha Company's Hall,
at Eight o'clock.
All citizens of toe Ward aro expected to enroll
themselves as members of this organization, and
they are requested to come forward to-night
A motion to change the name to "Democratic" will
be brought forward.
By order of the President.
W. WALTER RILEY.
July 23 I Recording Secretary.
lotices itt p?itkrupki).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT~OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
bOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JOS.
R. ROBERTSON, OF CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT
PEImO1 FOB FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
MACBETH A BUIST, PBOCTORS FOR PETITION
EBS-IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, that a hearing
be bad on the iv: enty-ninth day of July, A. D. 1868, at
12 o'clock M., at the Federal Courthouse, in Charles?
ton, South Carolina, and that an creditors, ?tc, of |
said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and
show cause, If any they can, why tho prayer of the
said petition should not be granted, and that it be
referred to B. B. CARPENTER. Esq., Registrar of
the Fourth Congressional District, to report the: eon;
and that the second mee tine of c red: tors be held at
the office of said Registrar, on the twenty-eighth day
of July, at 12 M., 1868.
By order ot the Court, on this 7th day of July, A.
D. 1868 DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clert of the District Court of the U. S. for S. C.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES, FOB THE I'ISTBICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN
D. HABPER, OF KINGSTREE, WILLTAV SBURG
DISTRICT. S. C.-IN BANKRUPTCY.-To whom it
may concern: The undersigned hereby gives no?
tice of bis appointment as Assignee of JOHN D.
HARPEB, of Wi Ilia m abura District, and State of
South Carolina, within said District, who hos been
adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition by District
Court of said Oiatiict 8. OWENS,
July ll stuthS Assignee.
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBEE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND'
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATH8, PAINTS. OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES ;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, con?
stantly on hand <-t the lowest market prices.
September 12 thmiy r
j? JU. MARSHALL tii BROTHER.
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 83 BROAD-STBEET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
J8S?Auction of HOESES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wednesday. October IP
STEAM SAW MILL, .
WEST END. OF BEA UFAINSTREET.
Having rebuilt his STEAM SAW MILL, ls now pre?
pared to oxecuto all order; for SHIPPING and CI1Y
TRADE with dispatch.
JOHN H. STEIN MEYER,
May B West end of Beaufain-street.
yylLLIS di CH1SOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
OVA At* ? II ??
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUBCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON, BICE, LUMBEB AND NAVAL STOBES.
ATLANTIC WHABF. Charleston, S. C.
B.WILLIS.r..A. H. CHT80LM.
jr^ HE U E R' S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
serve hit friende and the public generally in the seve?
ral branch os of his ort, viz :
HA IB DYING
\JC BY THE
METROPOLITAN GIF! COMPANY.
Cash Gifts to the Amount of $350,000.
EVERT TICKET DR A WS A PRIZE.
5 Cash Gifts.Each $10,000
10 Cash Gitta.Each 6,000
.JO Cash Gilts.Each 1,000
40 Cash Gifts.Each 600
200 Cash Gifts.Each HO
300 Cash Gifts.Each 60
450 Onsh Gifm.i..Each 26
COO Cash Guts.Each 25
30 Elegant Rosewood Pianos.Each ?3' 0 to $500
30 Elegant Rosewood Melorieons..Each 75 to 150
150 Sowing Machines.Each 60 to 175
250 Musical Boxes.Each 25 to 200
300 Fine Gold Watches.Each 75 to 300
750 "ino Silver Watches.Each 30 to 60
Fine Oil Paintings, Framed Engravings. Silverware,
Photogra; h Albums, and a lurge assortment of
Fine Gold Jewelry, m all valued at $l,i 00,000.
A chance to draw any of the above prizes by pur?
chasing n Scaled Ticket for twenty-five cents. '! ickots
describing each prize are sealed in envelopes and
tnoroughly niixed. On rece;pt of twenty-rive cents a
Sealed Ticket wilt be drawn without cho ce and de?
livered at our office, or sent by mall to any address,
'the prize named upon it will be delivered to the
ticket-holder on payment of One Dollar. Pi izes will
bc immediately seut to any address, as requested, by
exprefs or return mail.
You will know what your prize ia before you poy
for it Any prize may be exchanged for another of
the same value. No blanks.
=g<!j?* Our patrons can de end on fair dealing.
REFERENCES.-We ee.'ect thc few following names
from the many who h J ve lately drawn valuable prizes,
and kindly permitted us to pub i-b them:
8. T. Wilkins, Buffalo, N. Y., ?1000: Miss Annio
Monroe, Chi. ago, UL, Piano, valued at $050; Robert
Jackson, Dubuque, Iowa, Gold Watch, S25U; Philip
McCarthy, Louisville, Ky.. Diamond Cliisier Ring,
$600; K. A. Patterson, New Bedford Maas., Silver Toa
Set, $176; Mi** Emnm Walworth, Milwaukee, Wi*,.
Piano, S5u0; Rev. T. W. Pitt, cleveland, Ohio, Melo
, 43-We publish no names without permission. '
OPIK?ONS OF THE PHEB?.-"They are doing the
la:ee.it business; the firm ia relitble, und deserve
their success."- Weekly Tribune, Feb 8. 1868
'.We havo examined their system, and know them
to 1 e a lair dealing firm."-Sew York Herald, Feb.
"Last week a friend of ours drew a ?500 prz\
whV.h was promptly received."-DaUy News, ?larch
Send for circular giving many more references and
fuvoiubie no iced from the press. L berat induce?
ments lo .'gent'. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every
package of .--caled Envelopes contains ONE CA>U
GIF J'. Six Tickets for $1; thirteen tor $2; thirty
rive for $5; one hundred and ten for $15.
All letters should be addressed to
HARPER, WILSON A CO..
July 20 Imo No. 173 Broadway, N. Y.
O T I C E TO FARMERS
WIT.i.IAM HCNT II RESUMES HIS OLD BU
61 NESS ut No. 42 MARK t.T-STicEE 1, uortu sido,
where hr- it? prepared to receive and forwaid nil
binds ot VEGETABLES an J t'RUITa on consign?
ment. Liberal udvances will bc made ir desired,
Consignments Mr ibo New York, Philadelphia, Ba t:
moi-e aud Washington Markets will meet with prompt
From h s long oxpurience in this business he feels
confident ol all'jrdin; satisfaction to his customers.
For thoio pi e .erring to sell their pr ducts here thc
highest market prices will be obtained. Y?gelablcs
and oil kinds of Country Produce -will be retailed at
wholesale prices. _Imo ? June 27
CITY TREASURY, JULY I, iscs.-NO?
TICE IO HOLDERS OF FIRE LOAN COU?
PONS.-Thc File Loan Coupons due this day and
payable in tho City of New York, will be paid on pre?
sentation at thia Office. S. TBOMAS,
july 2 City Treasurer.
JIHE THIRD ANfiIVKRSAHY
SCELLEE LODGE, No. 30, L O. O. F.
WILL BE CELEBRATED THIS DAY, THE
!3d of July, at the 8chutzenplatz fBiiersv?le), for
he benefit of the WIDOWS AND ORPHANS of that
The South Carolina Railroad will leave Ann-street
Depot at 9 o'clock A. M., and 1 o'clock P. UL, and re?
turn to tie city at 7 o'clock P. M.
Passage to and fro, 25 cents.
Tickets for Hall and Grounds, 31. Can be had at
:he Platz and from the following Committee:
GUST. HOFFMEYEB, Chairman.
B. W. TTENCKEN. -Vj J. H. ALBEBS.
D. NOBDMEYEB. J. WINTERS.
F. HIMMELREICH. . | J. H. TI ET JEN.
July 23 ftuth3
ITIBTCIL AL SO T^FTT^ST
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIBE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 223 June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ises formerly occupied by
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON & CO?'.,
NO. 23 HA7NZ-STBEET,
And will be prepared in a few days to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FBESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPOST ALL THE
LE ADIS G ARTICLES IN ODB LINE FBOM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF ODE FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOR EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUB FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STOBE BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
OBDEBS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUB BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT ENTEBBUPTTON,
GfOODKICH, WIN E..HAN' & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
So. 23 Hayne-strectS;
July 8 2mos CHARLESTON, F. C.
O S A D A L I g %
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
SCR O F U L A
ALL CHRONIC DI ri BIASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
?2* For Tes. Imo ni als of remarkable
euroa, see "Rosadalls Almanac*' for this
PREPARED ONLY DZ
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 244 BALTIMORE-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOB SALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE,
j iii-, aa-. -.. _ tm?
R E C E I V ED
E. H. KELLEBS 4 GO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
V ? C H Y_ GRANDE GRILLE
EISSINGEN BITTER WATER,
In Original Packages.
JTy? A D A St E O I D I E R 12 ,
CO ?1NER OF CHUBCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Transient Board S3 50 per Day.
LAT RUCK HOTEL.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW OPEN FOB THE
RECEPTION OF VISITORS.
Board $35 per month.
Passage from Charleston to Flat Bock by Railroad
and Stage S20.
H. T. TAVMEB,
July ll stuthlmo* Proprietor.
KIRKLAND ?? CO., Proprietors.
April 27_-? lyr
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS,
PROPRIETOR OP THE
SPABTANBOBG, S. C.
Q_RIFFIN, BROTHER ?Si CO.,
No. 105 LOMBABD-STBELT,
April 22 6mos
J_?0! FOR TH IC MOUNTAINS.
S. P. BRITTAIN k CO., PROPRIETORS OF THE
PL -Ni'ERS' HOTEL, Hen lersonville.Western North
Ciirol'na, three miles north of Flat Rock, aro now
prepared to accommodate all seekers of health at
moderate rates. ' Every attention paid to tho com?
fort and wants of those who may give them a calL
fi. P. B. k Co. will meet at Greenville 8. C., any
who desire to como over the mountains, regardless
ot' th( ir stopping p'acrs, and guarantee? a sitie and
comfortable conveyance to HeudersonviUe in a nine
or six passenger coach.
Notify us at least one week previous, PO that there
will be no disappointment inbe'ng delayed at Green?
ville, b. C.
BATES OF no.vnn.
Pr Month.SM 00
Per Week. 8 00
Per Dav. 2 00
S. P. BRITTAIN k CO.,
Huudersouvilie, N. C.
June 23 _pac_tho
.VT E W V O lt K HOTEL,
Mo. 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CETY.
V. M. H1LUKETH it CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, os popularly known in former times
uuier the inanest '.-eut ol J. B. MO SN OT, Esq... and
more recently auder that of HIRAM CRANSTON k
C ., is now undei tho proprietorship of aiessrs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, uaerthe firm ol
D. KL HILDRETH k CO.
The senior partner from his long experience as a
pioprieior of the Veranda, St. Louts and st. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters bimaeh 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 u?der its present
management. Tvr* February 13
?rorettts on& f?xsuHwtm.
SPEAR'S FRUIT PRESERVING
AFBESH SUPPLY OF THIS POPULAS ABH?
OLE, just received and for Bale at whokeale
and retail by DOWIB A MQWB,
Mee ting-street corner HaseL
July 23_ ,_ths2
NEW FLOURVNEW FLOUR ?
QA BAGS "GRANITE" AM) '"M&BLETTA"
OU MILLS FAMILY FLOUR
35 barrels Tennessee Family Flour
80 bags "Granite" Mills Extra Flour
120 bags Super Flour
20 barrels Super Flour.
OD consignment and for sale from Railroad Depot
and Store at market rates by J. N. ROBSON,
Mos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
July 23_. _1.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
FINE OLD HENNESSEY BRANDY, ESPECIAL?
LY recommended for medicinal purposes'
OLD POET AND SHEBBY WINES
COPPEB DISTILLED OLD RYE
DOUBLE DISTILLED FAMILY BYE .
CABINET AND MONONGAHELA WHISKIES.
. An assortment of the above Liquors, which can be =
recommended as pure and unadulterated, is offered
for sale, bottled and on draught, low for cash, at tho
CO-OPEBATIYE GROCERY STORE,
? NO. 107 Market-street.
?O* Goods delivered free.
HAT. I ~
rjQ-i BALES PBIME NOBTH B1VEB HAY,
I OX landing from bark "E. Williams." For
sale in lots to suit, by T. 3. BEBB & CO.
July 21 _3__
FRUIT! FRUIT I FRUIT !
PEACHES AND APPLES BEC RIVED EVERY
DAY from Aiken on consignment . The above
wi? be sold in small boxes to suit families by
BAST & WIRT EC,
Jone 25 Imo Nos. SS and 67 Market-street
CHLORIDE OP LISLE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOE SALE BE
E. H. KELLERS A CO.,
March 28 -_ Nol 131 Meeong-etreet^
MARBLE MANTELS, 8I0NU
I* LEN TS, HEADSTONES, die.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hana at S. KL ABBE'S Ware
room, No. 64 First avenue, near Third-street, New
?ork. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3 _6m o .
MARKET, BET WEE (V KING ANO
ME ETI SI G STREETS.
(8 0 IT T\ SIDE.)
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CABEFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES OF
.LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.- will at all times be found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, " and
which will condone and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facul?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, as set forth in
its charter, "To furnish members and the public
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from tho
profits of euch sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies of the Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries legardlng the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
?VTOW LANDING, AND FOB SALE ON MAB
JLl 8HALL'd WEA BF, east end of Calhorit
street, 30,000 PBIME SHINGLES, in bundles.
July 21 tuthsS JNO. MARSHALL, Ja.
COILS GREEN LEAF MACHINE ROPE*
HALF COILS GREEN LEAF MACHINE ROPE.?
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE HOPE
will do well to call on the undersigned, as I
guarantee to sell at
MANUFACTURER'S PBI0ES, FREIGHT ADDED.
EVERY COIL GUARANTEED.
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
June 20_ nae_stuthlmoB
DAIRYMEN, FAR ll Elli AND OMRS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTER, 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, &0..&
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 142,444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
* . New York City,
And receive his weekly PBTCE CUBBENT of Pro?
"duce and Groceries, the most complete Price Cur?
cent published in thc United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES *MAD? OK CONSIGNMENTS.
Estab?shed May 1st, 1860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
Marchi c lyr
OOK AND JOB
JP B I JT T l JT ff .
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS BIS FHUENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PAPER, Ac, direct from manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING /
In a neat manner, and at GREATLY BEDUOT?D
Having large fonts of type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Montbly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, if left at No. 33 HAYNE-STBEET.
May 12_ JAS- W- MCMILLAN.
rjlUE FALL TRADE.
MEBCEANTS. FACTORS AND BUSINESS MEN
.everywhere, but more especially in tho City of
Charleston, will please bear in miud tiiat tbe BARN?
WELL SENTLNLL is one of tbe best advertisln? me?
diums iu the state, circu atins at every po^to?ic in
the District, and bas been ia existence since 1661
Business men would cousult their interest by trying
some of tba Printer's Ink used at that establishment.
Address E. A BRONSON,
July 14 Imo Publisher and Proprietor.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE-MAIN
OCARDHOU E, CHartLESTO.N, $.?>.. April 7,
ltl?S.- NOTICc-The Ordiuanca prohibiting the
firiug of guns, pistols, squibs, 4c, within the city
limits, will hereafter be strictly enforced.
Shooting on tue farms, streets, lanes and roads
Fouth of the Forks of the Road is a violation of the
By order of Mayor COGSWELL.
C. B. 8IGWALD,
April 6 Chief of Ponce.