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-Gold closed in New York firm at 4tj.
-Cotton closed quiet and steady; sales 500
bales, at 29a29$c.
-In Liverpool cotton waa more active, but
prices unchanged; sales 12,000 bales; uplands
-Mlle NiEson is to receive $7500 for singing*
' inBerhh. \
-Forty-seven Mexican generals are anxious
to saooeed Juarez. ' .
-The courts have given the heirs of Gene?
ral A. S. Johnston thirty leagues of land in
-Czar Alexander baa pledged his Alaskan
money in payment of a Toan from a Hamburg
-The arable land of the United States
amounts to fifty-two million farms of one hun?
dred and sixty acres each.
-Three dry goods clerks in New York,
employed by one firm, are paid $10,000 a year
~ -The population of France is shown by the
latest statistics to be 38,067,074 people; 19.014,
100 aromen; 19,092,965are wemen.
-Paris possesses 1631 cafes and beer houses,
?644 bars, 11,314 vintners, 1201 bakers, and
v 1511 butchers. >
-"Carl Benson" says that twenty years ago
\ only three New York gentlemen rode on horse?
-Two' serpents in a Paris menagerie at?
tempted to swallow the same cat. Their jaws
met half-way, when! one quietly solved the dif?
ficulty by swallowing both oat and snake. -
-victoria's continental tous-will include
some parte of Germany; and she will stay for a
/. month at Lucerne, where a housevhas been se
-Shares of the Suez canal are eagerly bought
up in France. The profits of the enterprise
this year exceed one hundred . and, twenty-five
. per cent, those of 1867. . .
-Madame' Italia Garibaldi, the lately mar
." ried wife of Menotti Garibaldi, proposes rais
- inga battalion of amazons. Two of her friends
- ?re now in England endeavoring to recruit for
r? the force.
-The propriety of crating monuments in
Westminster Abbey in bWor of Brougham
And Farraday is widely canvassed in London,
and the proposition has been warmly advoca
. ted in and oat of Parliament.
-A German paper Bays that Count Bismarck
~~ is now quite convalescent. The nervous pains
'which formerly caused him so much suffering
have disappeared, and be is able to walk, drive,
and do a moderate amount of work daily.
-Advices from Spain report that the govern?
ment has distributed troops throughout Cata?
lonia, and that under the operation of martial
law and through tho efScieDcy of.flying col?
umns of tho military all attempts at rising have
-Suicide is all the rage at Naples. People
- have to walk in the middle of the street to es?
cape injury by tho fallingbodies of those who
dash themsalves from the high balconies. One
old man took the fatal leap because he had
caught cold and waa afraid ii might settle on
! his cheer. - ~
.' -Lord Stanley has informed the House of
Commons that the decision of the lower Spanish
courts establishing the legality of the seizure
of Torrado, has been confirmed by the 8u
- p?eme Court of Justice, the highest tribunal
in Spain. Lord Stanley made no disclosures
V-as to what action the"government of Great
Britain would take in view of this decision.
1 fc.-Thc Paris Constitutionnel gi ves an account
of the famine ic Morocco, which is producing
the moat disastrous effects am OUR the Mussul?
man population. The harvest has been a total
failure, and for such grain, as can be imported
enormous prices are demanded. The situation
is described aa worse than that of Algeria. The
number ot tb os? who have perished, either by
hunger br the epidemic, is estimated at one
. fourth of the entire population.
-A letter from Ellsworth, Kansas, dated
Joly 23d, says that tho Indian question has
assumed a new phat 9, . All the tribes that were
at Fort Lamed bare left, and no one knows
where they ha ve gone. Small ' parties are met
by persons coming in from the plains, but they
hold no communication with the whites, which
ia a sign that they mean mischief. The opinion
prevails that they have gone south with their
women and children, and they will soon s warm
. on the railroad Una and routes traversed by
the trains with hostile purpose. Reports arrive
daily of Jheir killing people and robbing
-Mr. Jefferson Davis and family Bailed from
Quebec on Saturday last for Europe. It has
been stated in a Washington paper that in his
coming trial at Bichmond he will appear by
counsel. This may or may not be so; but we
have reason to believe that the circumstances
under which Mr. Davis sails for Europe are
such as would make lt desirable to remain
there with a view of providing for bis family.
Unlike many of the leading public men of this
country in civil Ufe, Mr. Davis is not a lawyer.
His original profession was that of arms. He,
tbsrefore, cannot resort to practice at the bar,
as so many others have done whose fortunes
were wrecked during the war. Hence other
employment is necessary, and the.eipected op?
portunity of a commercial connection with a
house in England for American business prob?
ably now takes him abroad.
-The Philadelphia Sunday Transcript says :
* 'The Governor of South Carolina, under the
Reconstruction act, is one Robert K. Scott,
who is, of course, a carpet-bagger hailing from
the North, and located in the South merely for
. the purpose of plundering the people. Bat the
name has a familiar sound and a peculiar sig?
nificance to the people of Philadelphia. There
was once upon a time, say about ten years ago,
a certain Robert E. Scott, a member of the bar
in this city, in full and lucrative practice, who
had audits and fit things generally from th?
court, who settled accounts-in his way
who finally disappeared from the city wit:
prooeeo.s of a large estate belonging U
Captain Prank Harley, of California. ^
collect that this same Robert K. Scott was
to file his accounts of this estate; that a
was taken in the courts to strike bim from
hst of attorneys; and that he evaded all tl
becoming a fugitive from jusfice and the
indignation of a score of widows and orp
whom he had swindled. If the Govern<
South Carolina is the same Robert K. S
and we verily believe it is, he is a fitting r<
sentativo of the party he now trains with,
we would suggest to his new friends to ke
sharp lookout for their money chests, or t
may be more accounts to be settled the;
well as here."
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY SI, 1863.
' State D?mocratie Convention.
A Convention of the Democratic part
the State of South Carolina is hereby cal
to meet at Columbia, on the night of Th
day, 6th August, for the purpose of nc
nating Electors for President and V
President of the United States, and for ol
The Convention will be composed of i
resentatives from each District, accord
to the rule of representation in the He
of Representatives. >
. WADE HAMPTON,
Chairman Central Committee
?f i - i ?.
Tlie Law School ot Harvard Univers i
The members of the Law School of E
Tard University have formed a society
be known as the "Harvard Law Asso<
tion," whose objects are "to maintain i
"advance the national character of the I
"School; to promote its general welfare
"revive the pleasing memories of comn
"legal studies; to secure the highest me
"and intellectual standards for the le
"profession, and to purify it from sectio
"and all other narrowing influences; al
"by cultivating a mutual respect and
"gard, and an agreeable, social intercou
"among its members, to become the me
"um of a sound public sentiment Upon m
"tere outside of the strict limits of prof
"sional duty; and to create and strength
"those relations which ought to subsist, 1
"tween educated men, whose position gil
."them influence over-the life and thouc
"of the country."
This association was organized on. t
22d ultimo, at a meeting of which Ex-Gc
ernor WASHBCBN was President, and t
1 following officers were elected :
President-Hon. R. B. Cartis.
Vice-Presidents-Hon. Charles Bradley,
Rhode4sland; Hon. William Evatts, of Ne
York; E x- Go vernor Magrath, of Charlesto
S. C.; Hon. George Hoadley, of Ohio; Ho
Ogden Hoffman, of California.
? Secretaries- John Lothrop, of Boston, ai
Charles C. Reed, of Cambridge.
~ 'Executive' Committee-Hon. R. H. Dan
Hon. George S. Hillard, H. W. Muzz
Frank Goodwin, John F. Smith.
We recognize in the formation of this s
ciety an expression of good will and kind!
interest, which it beoomes us to aoknow
edge. Upon the rolls of the Harvard La
School are the names of many men wi
have won a national reputation, and i
many whose fame has extended far beyon
the borders of their native Carolina. Th
new association will tend to knit again th
ties of former years, and to-preserve tho9
relations of personal regard which , tim
and circumstances hare threatened to de
stroy. We believe that suoh organizations
representing every State in the Union, wi!
do good in encouraging cordiality an?
friendship, and we wish the Harvard La\
Association a deserved success and a loni
and prosperous career.
The Two "Partie? and the Public Debt
The plank in the Democratic platform re
lating to the national bondholders excite;
the special indignation of the Republicans
According to the representations-of th
Tribune and the Nation, the taxing of thee?
bonds is virtual repudiation, and the pay
ment of them in lawful currency is s wind
Unfortunately, the people do not agrei
with these great financiers. They do no
understand why the holders of governmen
bonds should be relieved from the genera
burden of taxation, which must be borne bj
all other capitalists, and which oppressei
also the labor of the -We land. If invest
mehts are to be taxed, let all investments
wherever lodged, render patriotic tribut*
to the government. As easily and justly at
the horny hand of poverty may the rici
coupon be made to sweat gold.
I Nor is it easy to stultify the popular mino
i in regard to the proper mode of payment ol
; the national obligations. Any uprejudiced
I mind can see the equity of the principle
laid down by the Democratic party-thal
the bond, whenever it is a promise of pay?
ment in gold, shall be paid in gold; but
whenever it is a promise of payment merelyj
must be paid in greenbacks, which the Rad?
icals themselves have declared to be legal
tender. There is no injustice to bondhold?
ers in this plan; it is a protest against the
gigantic swindle of the people which the
Radicals offer to carry out.
Aud there are grave reasons why even
the bondholders should accept the proposi?
tion of the Democratic party, and give it
their active co-operation. By claiming too
much, these capitalists may lose everything.
The recognized debt now pressing upon us
amounts to $2,757,6S9,571. This amount
will be nearly doubled, according to the es?
timates of many, by the unrecognized debts
which must be eventually admitted. A
large portion of this debt has been con?
tracted "by Congress without any authority
from the constitution. If we leave out of
view the war debt, certainly the immense
expenditures for the Freedmen's Bureau,
and for military governments over the sove
reigu States of the Union, and for recon?
struction, which is another name for the
political and social humiliatiou of the South?
ern people-all these wanton and wasteful
expenditures Congress had no right to make,
and, therefore, for their payment it had no
constitutional authority to levy taxes upon
tie people of the United States.. Now, sup?
pose the people should take this^position
that they would pay only such debts as Con?
gress had the constitutional warrant for
contracting. They might do so; and we
think, unless the Radical extravagances are
speedily arrested, they certainly will do
so-and thaOperhaps, under the guidance
of THAD. STEVENS or the immortal BEN.
The Democratic party guarantees the
bonds according to their formal terms The1
Radicals offer to pay according to the letter
and spirit of the obligation. But .while the
offer of the latter party is more favorable,
they are destroying the ability of the coun?
try to pay. The revenue is failing, and
the bonds are multiplying, under their ad?
ministration. The American people will
pay if they can; but there is a point where
oommercial pride and public spirit break
down; there is a necessity from which indi?
vidual bankruptcy and national repudia?
tion are the only method of escape; and to
that extreme Radicalism is pushing us daily.
There is a good deal of sound sense and
practical statesmanship in a suggestion re?
lating to this matter, which occurs in a let?
ter from Hon. Mr. REED, of Pennsylvania.
He claims that the Democratic party is not
responsible for any of the financial difficul?
ties of the country, and even avows his
willingness to pay the debt equitably, and
then goes on to say :
As the most natural means to this end, does
it now occur to the anxious bondholder to
think a little, and calmly and dispassionately,
on the graver, more perilous problem underly?
ing all others-the social and political and eco?
nomical condition of the great Southern Ascel
dama, from the Potomac to the Rio Grande ?
Does any sane man believe that the public
credit is safe, so long as the Sooth remains as
it is ? Is the enfranchised negro a sure auxil?
iary to the bondholder ? Are the disfranchised,
persecuted white men of the South to be relied
on in this their agony to maintain the public
faith ? There was a tune when, being inter?
ested in a species' of property which, in one
respect, resembled our Federal securities, in?
asmuch as it was the object of prejudice, and
depended on the sanctity of the letter of the
law, Southern men were the staunch support?
ers of the inviolability of contracts. What
inducement have they now, persecuted, pro?
scribed, disfranchised ? "Take the foot of the
negro from the white man's neck," said an elo?
quent friend, a few days ago, "and we will take
to you about bonds and greenbacks, but they
don't concern us now." Still, the ancient in?
stinct of honor exists. The South restored
and contented and grateful-the white man in
his due position-the negro subordinated, not
to slavery, but to the control of a superior
race-the great Southern staples brought lo
life again, and no one can doubt that the pub?
lic credit would stand on a surer basis than it
has at any period during the earthquakes of
the last seven years.
The demand of the Democratic party that
constitutional liberty shall be restored to
the South-and with that liberty, social
order-is thus a guarantee to the bond?
holder that, if that party get into power,
his money is safe. The public credit will
revive under an economioal administration
of the government. The prosperity now
denied to the richest portion of our common
country will return. Moneyless adventu?
rers will cease to waste the public treasure
and plunder the industry of the people.
We shall -have the ability to pay and the
will. ' And we may-even anticipate the pe?
riod when-the legal tenders will approxi?
mate to the value of gold. But if Radical?
ism prevails, there wiU be no other resort
but the wiping off of the old scores-the
rejection of all bonds given without con?
stitutional warrant, as the first measure of
public relief, and then the repudiation of
the whole debt. ,
This is a great country. It c an do much.
But it cannot effect impossibilities. And to
reconcile Radicalism and honesty is au im?
WE DESIRE to.call particular attention
to the interesting letter of our Columbia
correspondent, PERSONNE, published this
morning. It gives a faithful picture of the
schisms and dissensions of the Radical
party, and is an indication that the leaders
feel that their race is nearly run. We have
always been of the opinion that, if they are
given rope enough, the Radicals will hang
themselves, and the reoent legislative elec
tions, the declarations of LESLIE, and the
manner in whioh the petition of the
Charleston meeting was received, make
this conclusion reasonably oertain.
THE Newberry Herald disposes of the
Newberry threatening letter to Governor
SCOTT in these words : "It is hardly neces?
sary to say that there is no such person as
"W. H. MARTIN in Newberry, and that the
"whole affair is a hoax, and is so under-^
"stood by Governor SCOTT."
BEFORE the adjournment of Congress the
Hon. Wu. AIKEN was nominated to be Col?
lector of Customs for Charleston, S. C. We
are not positively informed whether this
nomination was acted on, but have heard
that it was not acted on. /
C^OPARTNKKSHIP.-THE t V JD E ti -
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vilionHoteL M. STRAUSS.
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Charleston, July 29,1863. 3 ' ' July 30
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April 27 lyr
I L L I ADI IRWIN,
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THE VERY IMPORTANT AND FXTNE81VE
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able tho Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
and tho Travelling Public accommodations and con?
veniences superior to any other Hotel in the city.
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of numerous suites of apartments, with bathing
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structed, conveys guests to the upper story of the
house in one minute; the entries have been newly
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JTBW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. BL HILDRETH ?Si CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FLR.ST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the management ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON t
C '., is now under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH & T. B. ROCK VT Ai", unerthe firm of
D. IL HILDRETH t CO.
Tue seuior partner from his long experience as a
pioprieior of the Veranda, St. Louts and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flotter? himself that he can
assure his friends and the public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as o popular first-class
Hotel, shall bo fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* February 13
TT\RUGS AND MEDICINES,
FREsH BY EVERY STEAMER.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Always on hand ajlarge assortment of DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, ISoaps, Perfumery, and Toilet
Physicians' Orders filled promptly and at the low?
est market rates. ,
E. H. KELLERS, M. D. H. BAEB. M. D.
February 17 TO
O BT C
IT IS PROPOSED BY THE LADIES' MTJTTJAL
AID ASSOCIATION to give a CONCERT in aid of
their funda on Tuesday Evening next, 4th August, at
Eight o'clock, at the HIBERNIAN HALL, and the
ladies have requested the undersigned to serve aa a
committee for the purpose of carrying out their laud?
able and charitable enterprise. ?
The Concert willie conductod by Prof. HENRY
ECKEL, who has kindly consented to give his valu?
able services on this occasion. He will be assisted by
the best professional and amateur talent of the city,
which has been promptly and generously volun?
The kind of music to be presented through the
discrimination of Prof. Eckel is well adapted to the
tastes and feelings of a Charleston audience, and ren?
dered, as we are assured it will be, bj- the ladies and
gentlemen who will appear on the occasion, we have
every reason to think that in inviting our fellow-citi?
zens to join in this charity, we bid them also wel?
come to a rich musical festival.
R B Rhett, Jr, Esq
John Hanckel, I-sq
B F Ravenel, Esq
Gen W D DeSaussure
Jas SI Eoson, Esq
F J Porcher, Esq
B H Rutledge, Esq
Dr W H Huger
W Gilmore Simms, Faq
Louis D. DeSaussure, Esq
Robt T Chisolm, Esq
U R Miles, Esq
E Horry Frost, Esq
Theo G Barker, Esq
Chas A DeSaussure, Esq
A S Johnson, Esq
Wm E Howland, Esq
Thoa Frost, Esq
Benry Cobla, Esq
Theo Stoney, Esq
B S Duryea, Esq
R Q Pinckney, Esq
B O'Neill, Esq
M Seligman, Esq
S Lord, Jr, Esq
Theo Buchet, Eeq
C B Brewster, Esq
Z B Oakes, Esq
H Bischoff, Eeq
T D Clancy, Esq
T L Biseeu, Esq
L GambrlU, Esq
Geo S Cook. Esq
J H Murrell, Esq
B S Bruns, Esq
W G Whilden, Eeq
H B Olney, Esq
A H Hayden, Esq
Henry G Greer, Esq
W E MikeU, Esq .
Henry Seabrook, Esq
A D cohen. Esq
F R Wickenberg, Esq
Jas Adger, Jr, Esq
R Siegling, Esq
Jas L Gantt, Esq
Isaac Hame, Esq
G H Gruber, Esq
H H DeLeon, Esq
Ellison A Smythe, Esq
Wm Lebby, Esq
A McD Brown, Esq
J H Devereux, Esq
David Lopez, Esq
E D Euston, Esq
L M Jones, Eeq
W W Wilkinson, Esq
J N Robson, Esq
J P Horbach; Esq
W D GiUiland, Esq.
Hon James Simons
Hon James Conner
Bon Wm Aiken
Hon P C Gaillard
Hon W D Porter
Hon Chas H simonton
Hon J B Campbe'l
Hon Henry Buist
Dan'l Ravenel, Esq
Henry Gourdin, Esq
b Chas X Lowndes, Esq
J B Lafitte, Esq
Wm Ravenel Esq
Gem Jno A Wagener
C K Huger, Esq
W L Trenhohn, Esq
Henry Gerdts, Esq
Donald McKay, Esq
H Shnonds, Esq
Theo D Jervey, Esq
Wm Laldler, Esq
P J Barbot, Esq
W C Bee, Esq
G W Williams, E?q
Jas T Welsman, Esq
Geo Monett, Esq
F J Pelzer, Esq
Zimmerman Davis. Esq
L W Spratt, Esq
B C Gilchrist, Esq
James H Taylor, Esq
S Y Tupper, Esq
W B Williams, Esq
WY Leitch, Esq
W B Smith, Esq
CE Wanderllch, Esq
Jos' Walker, Esq
W C Breese, Esq
H G Loper, Esq
C Graveley, Esq
A B Taft; Esq
John S Riggs. Esq
A W Eckel, Esq
K L Kerrison, Esq
M P O'Connor, E*q
J R Read, Esq
0 Aickel, Esq
Henry Riegling, Esq
Jas Moffatt, Esq
E W MarahaU, Esq
A H Dunkin, Esq
Eugeno P Jervey, Esq
C F Punknin, Esq
Frank Huger, Esq
Dr W M Fitch
'"Jos L Tobias, Esq
Geo Babbage, Esq
John Paul, Esq
COMMITTEE OF ABBANOEMEWTS
GEN. JAB. SIMONS, Chairman,
E. LAFITTE, Esq., Treasurer.
F. W. DAWSON. Esq. A. I SMYTHE, Esq.
CHAS. P. FRAZER, Esq. JNO. A. MOROSO, Esq.
A. G. MAGRATH, Esq. J. F. PICKEN, Esq.
W. D. CLANCY, Esq. E. W. MACBETH, Fsq.
JAS. SIMONS, Ja., Esq., WMMUCKENFUSS.Esq.
B. T. LOGAN. Esq. GEO. L. HOLMES, Esq.
DUNBAR ROBINSON, Esq. '
Notices tn Pcnhruptci).
I^^flf^THE^DISTHICT^COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE8, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SUUTH CAROLINA-IN 1HE MATTES OF
RICHARD H. SELBY, OF MONK'S CORNER,
CHARLESTON DISTRICT, 8. C., BANKRUPi.-TN
BANKRUPCY.-To whom lt may concern : The un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as
-Assignee ct RICHARD H. SELBY, In the District
of Charleston, and State of South Carolina, within
sold District, who hos been adjudged ar' Bankrupt
upon his own petition, by the District Court of said
Dated the 18th day of July, A. D. 1868
July 27 6 , Assignee.
f M?, Chemicals, (Cir.
P E C I A L NOTICE
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 22d June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ires formerly occupied by
HA VOLANT), STEVENSON & CO.,
NO. 23 HA YNE-STREET,
And will be prepared in a few days to exhibit the
mose extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPOST ALL THE
LEADING ARTICLES IN OCR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF OUR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEDIATELY FOR EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
ORDERS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT TNTEEBUPTION,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO,,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 23 Uaync-strect,
July 8 2moa _CHARLESTON, P. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For sale t?y Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 nao lyr
J) O S A D A L I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LITER AND KLDNE?S.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizens.
D3" For Testimonials ot remarkable
cares, see "Rosadalis Almanac" for this
PREP ABED ONLY BT
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 214 BALTIMORE-STREET, BALTTHOBE, MD,
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
July 22 6mos
OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSION.
EUS, FIRE PROOF BUILDING, JUL? 27TH
1?R-The Board of COUNIY COMMISSIONERS
having been qualified and duly sworn bato office,
are prepared to approve of tbe Bonds of Public Of
fleers. The various Boards of Commissioners
namely: com missioners of the-Poor, Commissioners
of Hoads, bridges, Ferries, Cuts, and Commissioner.'
of Public Buildings, are requested to hand In at thli
omeo immediately, a f?llend complete statement o:
all matters pertaining to their various offices.
By order ol the Board. F. C. MILLER,
Chairman Board County Commissioners.
July27 ? ?
(tatties atti ?Hrs?llaneiJiis.
GENUINE HAVANA CTGARS^
AT TE V CENTS A PIECE.
PiER LAST TRIPS OF THE EAGLE AND MOBO
CASTLE, and trip of the latter of May 2d, I
have come in receipt of a large lot of HAVANA
CIGARS, comprising an assortment of the best
brands and most popular sizes. They are now ready
for sale, wholes -Ie and retail; also for the closest in?
spection as to their being genuine. They consist of:
TJPMANN.BBEVAS FLOR CABARGAS, LONDRES
INTIMIDAD BREVAS 2A FLOR and 2A
ESPANOLA, BREVA8 INTIMIDAD, LONDRES
FIGARO, TRENISADOS 2A and 3A
DPMANN, ENTREAC- FLOR DX MAYO, LON
TOS FLOR DRES, and
PAETAGAS.LONDRES 2A FIGARO, LONDRES PE
The i LOR DE MAYO I w?l retail at TEN CENTS
A PIECE, nearly at cost, to accommodate those not
at present able to pay a higher price, yet too fond
and knowic ; of ihe genuine to enjoy the imitation
I have alto received some fresh MICHIGAN TO?
BACCO. F. E. SCHRODER,
Meeting-street, opposite Mills House.
July 31 ?_3
CHEAP WATERMELONS !
AND A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT, FROM
Augusta' Market, just arrived at UL N.
ELE?NS' CHEAP EBCTT STORE, No. 339 King
Come .and see those nice PEACHES, PEARS. '
NECTARINES, APPLES, PLUMS, CANTELOPES,
and a nice lot of WATERMELONS, aU of which L
will seU at a small profit to please my customers,
and will go again and get some more.
COEN! CORN ! CORN !
1 fCnn BUSHELS OF PRIME WHITE CORN,
lt)vU landing per Steamship Charleston, and
for sale by STREET BROTHERS A CO.
CGRN! CORN! :
1000 POrP^8 PBIME "WESTERN AT DE
For ?ale by R. M. BUTLER.
BACON, LARD, &c.
QA AA POUNDS CHOICE BACON STRIPS
OUUU 20 hhds. Ribbed, C. R. and Clear Stdes
5 bbls. thin Fan Uv Pork
60 paus Extra and Pure Lard
25 bbls. Syrup
20 kegs prime Rotter,
Jost received and for sale by *
B. k A. P. CALDWELL.
Joly 30_;_ 3
CAA BALES PRIME EASTERN HAI LAND?
OUU ING. For sale by
W. B. SMITH 4 CO.,
Joly 31 1 Napier's Bange.
A AA BALES PBLME N. B. HAY.
4rUU For sale by
Joly 29_3_T. J. KERR k CO.
ST?UP, MOLASSES. VINEGAR.
STUART'S SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP ? *
G OLDEN 8YR?P, a choice article *<; .
MUSCOVADO MOL 1S8E8
FRENCH WHITE WINE VINEGAR
OLDER VINEGAR, warranted pore and of good
A lot of prime CAROLINA RICE just received,
which is offered at an extremely low figure, at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCEBY STORE, .
No. 107 Market-3treetv *
43" Goods delivered free.
July 28 _-_
1 AA AAA PRIME CYPRESS SHINGLES.
lUv.UUU Now landing at Charleston and
Savannah Railroad Depot, in bundles. Purchasers
can have them at greatly reduced prices ii taken from
there. ', For particulars, apply to
C. A SCHLEPEGRELL,
Joly 29 ? wfm3? No. 37 Line-street.
CHLORIDE OF LIME?
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOR SALE BX
E. H. HELLERS k CO.,
.. . Druggists,
March 28_No. 131 Meeting-street
MARBLE MANTELS, MONF
MENTS, HEADSTONES. ?Vc.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at 8. KLABEB'S Ware
room, No. Si First avenue, near Third-street, Net*
York. CaU and examine before buying elsewhere,
Februarys " 'Brno
MARKET, BETWEEN KING AND
(SOFTS; SID E.)
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-wul at all times be found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which win continue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals and.
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facul?
ty afforded petrona. y 1
The "object" of the Association is, aa 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 the
profits of such sales to accumulate capita! for ita
Copies of fae Constitution and By-Laws can- ba
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries leganUng the practical working of the enter
prise win be most cheerfully oui promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
DAIRYMEN, FARMERS AND OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, ?700L, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, Ac., 4
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
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And receive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pw.
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March i o lyr
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