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"Ito. 119 East Bay, Charleston, s. C.
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-*Gold atNsw York yesterday erased a
.?*?46f.": .. .
-The New York cotton market opened
*ui closed rather quiet. Sales WOO ba
?a)?** ' '
-At Liverpool cotton closed rather
with a slight decline; uplands lOjd.
-Colonel . Edmund Bice has invented
Jw calls a new bayonet, but what is in
trowel, intended to" enable infantry t
?reach itself rapidly. Two'hundred ten
-rowels are ?D course of construction at S]
-The New Orleans Times says that ?
sdlcations are very favorable for a great n
<3 business in that city tn the approacher
tomnand winter. The chances' are in fa
4t huye yield of cotton and corn, and
.promises unusually well.
-A good woman-bottled up a let of nie*
serves and labelled them:. "Put up by
C." Her boy Johnny discovered them,
ate the contenta of one bottle, an d'WTO
: the bottom of the labelT -'Tut down by J
" TH, frosts rt /> .-;:'...>
.. -Arag oonoo confidently anno un oed that
-?omet that-was approaching the earth y
nor destroy it. "How do you know?" ku
asi?cl- *T don't knowVMle- replied; ??b
?either case I am safe. If it does not k
the world io nieces;. I shall be consiSei
prophet; if it does, they o an't blow mo n
the newspapers.-" - ^
-An Italiani barber has recently been ar
?d .in, Germany, who lived for five years in
xnravwhere he was believed to be an It)
T>uke, and gained access to the houses of r
ol-the first families. His good, looks assi
. him in gaining the affections of some ft*
/jonng girls,.ono of whom, tho daughter
wealth? banker, he ruined. Several hun
letters,. mos tly from, young -ladies, were fe
in his trunk, besides eighty photographs, i
i atures, Ab. He is a native of Cremonia,
was in tho penitentiary before-going to .
3 - Property at Long Branch iereaohing fi
lons prices. Lota fronting on"the ocean
.Midas high as lots in many of the great ti
oogbfares in New York. H. T. Hem bole
New York, on Saturday last, purchased for i
en ty thousand i dollars, the: plot. of >groi
north of the Continental Hotel, extend
frqm the ocean to tho depot or tho Shoro B
road, taking in.the Clarondon Hotel aud
Monmouth House/ It is his in ten tura - to ;
prove the property by eroe?ng severals
-cioua stores sud dwellings on it.
^^^Ivpn^o^'cpsper says very sensibly t
**?osd drinks Bhoold be sipped, not guipe
-andadds: "The intimate connection betw<
stomach and brain ia known to everybody, .
it must bo obvious that to pour an iced drain;
iato the stomach must at opec send-the bk
to the head. Very few who have indulged
too rapid drinking of these beverages havefai
.to notice that a sudden pain in thc head v
the result. It may have been a sharp abo
cr' a mere feeling of dullness, audit may hi
liaised off in a moment, but it was at least ;
cipienk congestion of the brain."
-When C cunt Sponnocx, confidential advil
-vto thoEing of Greece, waa on his way to ti
?xr?ntry, he had with" him' onboard th? steam
avpowerful Newfoundland dog, to which he w
auch attached. .The.dog: one- day fell ov<
. board, and Count Sponneok asked the capt*
? of tho vessel to have the engines stopped, tb
Ais dog might be saved. "Your excellency
r^pbod the captain,- "my instructions are
.Atop only when a man has fallen orerboaxc
Tory weiy said the Count, who ie en exe
.lent swimmer, and jumped overboard. Tl
.tjltsMBtrr stopped, end; both- the Count and I
?Jog^ werej five ,'mi?ui?s ?afterward, again <
-bpsrd. - -.. iv. .
.'y^?P fashion authority gives the inform
Hion that the: engagement ring should be a sol
taire diamond, of which the amalle st size, tb
of a minute pea, can bo bought for ?lSO. Thi
wo are told, most be followed by the gift <
? a lock it, one of stone preferable. These ai
large square onyxes, amethysts, topazes, <
turquoises, forming tho face of the rocket wit
no apparent setting, tho chain attached to
ring at tie back cf the stone. The last ro mai
t?o thought is to have inscriptions set in bri
.liants on tbe stone, "Fiedt-lit et Esperance
"Dieu yous garde," or Charles the First's hf
^ga^paatspn, "Bemomber. ' The fond lover ma
?purchase a .sweet thing-of this sort"-fe
.?:.:-?n ex-army officer has Bj scheme for tb
introduction of tho veloc?pedo for the rap i
transportation of infantry. He proposes t
Jtave the vehicle constructed with two broad
' fired wheels, ooo before the other on the sam
line, connected by a beam, astride which tb
soldier sits and propels the vehicle by strikini
-the tips of bis toes against tue ground. Tb
knapsack, musket and equipments are to b
strapped upon the frame. His theory is tba
tneTabor of propelling a carri?g? thus loadeV
ia only one-fifth that of inarebing? that rbi
?teed wants neither water nor forage, and can
* -TBfjIt be stampeded; that it can be lifted over i
lance impassable for cavalry; that it is quite
as swift as a horse; and that it can be durably
made of bard rubber at a cost of the sum re
?quired to keep a horse for a month. He doti
not dwell upon the irresistible momentum of t
-charge of velocipedes in a battle.
. -The funeral of the late Queen of Madagas
car waa a unique affair. While the tomb wa:
being made, cannon and muskets were fired
?all day long, the chief road through the city
?op -to the palace being lined with soldiers
. ftrex the stone tomb is a small wooden s true
.into, as usual over the graves of the sovereigns
and the higher class of nobles. The courtyard
.waa thronged with people at work preparing
the grave. Just near the gate, the masons
.snare doing- the stonework, and on tbe righi
vere the metal workers employed at theil
fhrnaoes, making a silver box for a coffin.
In another place ?""carpenters were busy
?taking the wooden-house. The coffin was
weary large-three feet seven inches in breadth
.sod depth and about six feet long. It was
nade of bars, each bar formed of fifty dollars
riveted together in a rough style, and very
little was done to pobsh it. Tho funeral pro?
cession was grand. The silver case was put
into the tomb beforehand, but the corpse was
. carried under a gorgeous scarlet canopied bier
-*urmo un ted with crowns. This bier was taken
ftp an moline and placed on tres s els at tl
??? the tomb. The officers stood arot
I some time weeping. The actual burial <
take plaoe un ti] night. An immense nun
silk .dresses, native silk cloths, oma:
glasses, a table and chairs, and a box cc
ing $11,000 were all put inside the toi
well as a chest of drawers, and many
tbings. After thei fu?"eral~between Iw
three thousand bullocks were killed.
_A great raco against time took ph
cently at San Francia co. The match waa
in consequence of a disputo re g ardil
comparative merits of imported blood
and the common California mustang, ai
different styles of riding. The race was
hundred miles in fifteen boors, to be i
by one man on mustang horses. N. H.
ery was the one named to ride. He is a
Californian, apparently of about the u
age; weighs one hundred and sixty po
i and rode with a heavy Mexican Californie
die, Spanish bit, and free rein. The ani
thirty- in number, were the common Cali]
mustangs and half-breeds, none of tbei
sized. At 4.40 o'clock in the mornin
sprang into the saddle and rode the first
four times around the track at a dead run.
Merican dodge of "nianing" was cont
ly resorted to. An attendant would ride
fourth or one-half of the way down the
to meet bim as he came in wheeling his i
ride back jnst behind .him yelling, va
vamos ! vhoop^ah vamos ! and swingin.
hat as if frantic. Thia would start the
ging animal into redoubled exertions, ai
j would come in fairly flying. A single t
pull on the Spanish bit would stop the ai
j in a second, and ia two or three more
rider would be on a fresh animal and off a
At the end of two hundred miles a res!
taken, and a placard was displayed fron
judges' stand that the two hundred miles
been accomplished in eight boura, two ':
Utes and forty-eight seconds-thus bea tin
forty minuted the time made by Mr. - Osba
' ton, with race horses in England.: At
: P. M., just fourteen boura and nine mic
from the start, the three hundredth'mile
accomplished, and a perfect roar of appl
broke from - the multitude. .This ride i
anything thus far accomplished in the wor
that time. . :- ?K
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST- 25,' 186
? For PretxdenL..HORATIO SETMOl
For Vict-Prerident.FRANCIS P. BLAH
-'-DeartH to Charleston!
iV..-?r/;.\ ,*J!OOT ir: ' ". . vi'-- tilt ,?.':'.
- The Columbia Legislature cares not
Gha^eaton- This etty which pays so la
a proportion of the whole taxation of
State, whose commercial and financial
fluence are felt, from the Blue Ridge to
I Cape and from the North Carolina line
I the Savannah. River, which is the very hs
and heart of Sooth Carolina, receives 1
attention than i's paid to the claims of i
hamblest Tillage or of the most obscure p
tate citizen. The interests of Chariest
are nothing in the eyes of our present h
islators, who do not understand that in ki
ing or attempting to kill the metropolis
the State they oat their own throats, a
make woefully uncertain the accumulati
of thai revenue out of Which they exp<
They are not content with introducing
bill to amend the city charter, with the i
tention of giving the control of the city
scalawags, specurat ora and blacklegs, b
they take op such schemes as that for tl
extension of the Chatham Railroad to- C
lumbia, which has for its sole parp?se
.cut off Charleston and choke the fountail
of her trade.
1 The Chatham Railroad is a North Car
lilia corporation whioh is heavily subsidize
by the Legislature of that State. It is ti
creature of the Raleigh and Gaston Rai
road, of which it is an extension; and :
backed, as well, by the capital of the Sei
.board and Roanoke Railroad, and the Ol
Dominion lin? of steamers. Unless it ca
come into Sooth Carolina it is po we rles ?
hence the introduction of a bill to ao'thoi
.ixe it to extend. its road from th?. So ut
Carolina line and ron by the way of Che
raw and Camden to the City of Colombie
This would give a direct line from'Porte
mouth to Weldon, from Weldon to Raleigh
from Raleigh to Columbia, and from Colam
bia to Augusta via the Colombia .and. Au
gasta Railroad.. At Augusta the line wool
connect with all the most important Sooth
ern roads, and woold be able to tap th
most fertile cotton regions of the West am
The companies interested in this exten
sion are, therefore, wealthy and strong
They have their agents in Colombia, and i
is not surprising, as Charleston has lah
dormant, that the Chatham Railroad exten?
sion bill meets with no effective opposition
.Mr. CoaBLh, the most influential member ol
the Senate, is a resident of Charleston and
professes to have her prosperity ever ir
his thoughts; bot he seems to have not one
word to say against a Boheme which is in?
tended-to take away her carrying trade and
give it to Norfolk. Mr. SAWTEB, United
States senator, is, he says, the firm friend
of Charleston; bot he toms soddenly roond
and supports the Chatham Railroad instead
j 'of opposing it. So with the low coontry
members of the' Senate and Hoose. They
do not think of their colored constituents,
who are so largely dependent on the city
for work and support; they do not paose to
reflect that the welfare of the whole State
is bound up ia that of Charleston; but true
misrepresentatives as they are, allow them?
selves to be influenced by pretty speeches
and soft tongues 'to deal a death-blow to
that city, without which they and their
brethren may starve.
Nor do they claim one particle of public
compensation for all the favors which they
grant to our business rivals. They had it
in their power to rise beyond party feeling
and assert as their doctrine that, while
they would not refuse tv. .How foreign rail?
roads to come into thc State, they would
only admit them upon condition that the
States from which these railroads came
should grant to tho railroads of South Car?
olina the same privileges which South Car?
olina granted to them. This would have
been a broad and equitable principle of
ac ion. It would have been just and fair to
our sister States and just and fair to our
jwn State, which would no longer be giving
up all its most precious possessions fur
absolutely no return. But our legislators
would not consider, it seems, a plan so
impartial and wise.
These facts are bat additional elements
of strength to the Democratic party, and,
daring the campaign, may be used with
telling force to prove to the colored people
of the State that their Legislature ia zeal?
ously-bent on raining both them and us.
." Throe Good It eil ?ons.
- It.is rumored that_the motley Colombia
Legislature are disposed to break ap, if J
they can, the newly constituted Supreme
Court of the State, for three good reasons :
1. They dislike WILIARD and have but
little confidence in his ability. 2. They
have come to the conclusion that HOQE is
an ignoramus, and would do better, there?
fore, as a member of Congress than as a
civil judge'. S. They think that the dis?
qualifications of Chief Justice MOSES will
not be removed by Congress without suffi?
cient reasons, which cannot be given.
We are extremely anxious that this sad
state of affairs should cease, and that har?
mony may be re-established in the now un?
happy family. This can best be done by
adding to the pomposity of WILLA?.D and
the mild inexpedience of HOGS the judicial
lore and erudition of Chief Justice MOSES.
Congress, which has done so much for South
Carolina, will surely help her now, and
that the pare members of that patriotic
body may be armed at all points in fighting
againet the rebellious Democratic Congress?
men, we give three good reasons why the
political disabilities of Chief Justice elect
MOSES should at once be removed :
1. Chief Justioe MOSES was, in 1861, ap?
pointed a commissioner from South Caro?
lina to the North Carolina Convention, lo
urge that body to pass aa ordinance of se?
cession from the ever glorious Union. To
the zeal and skill with which he performed
his mission may be attributed, in a great
degree, the secession of North Carolina,
o 2. Chief Justice MOSEB, daring the war,
volunteered and served as aide-de-camp on
the staff of General HENEY A. WISE, oft Vir?
ginia. When SHERIDAN rode up the Val?
ley MOSES beat a retreat, and did not halt
until he reached the quiet village of Sumter.
8 3.. Chief Justice MOSES raised a volun?
teer,' company for home defence in. Sumter
District and - commanded it as capt ain. Bat
hei .did. no lighting. \...
' ;Iftu?e./je>8oW'4t$:wt;TiiUBbftfnt why
MOSES should be whitewashed as a consis?
tently loyal Union man, worthy of Congres?
sional clemency, ' we most try to hunt up
some others, which will certainly do the
deed as far as in as lies. '
. ?l?p ft J?rorlamotioa.
JJ) KO C li A 4L A T i O N .
By GEORGE W. CLARK, MajforofCharleston.
* - . CITY HATX, Huron's OFFICE. 1
CHABLESTOK, S. C., August 18, 18C8. j
Believing lt toe. sincere desire of every Individual
in this community to ass?t in preserving the public
peace, and maintaining the dignity of the laws; feel?
ing, ia the political t xci tem en t now pervading all clas?
ses of oar people, that through a single act of violence,
either by accident or otherwise, we 'may be over?
whelmed in a deplorable breach of law and order
L GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor of the city afore?
said, do call upon all good citizens to abstain as far j
as possible from, all public demonstrations of a
noisy or riotous nature. ' Let each one regard him?
self aa answerable to the public for the good con?
duct of all. Let no one, m the exercise of liberty,
do that against, the law which ?iii by law deprive
him of ma liberty. ? The public peace must and
shall be preserved.
Given under my hand,-and the seal of toe city
[L. a] toe date and year above mentioned.
: GEORGE W. CLARK, Mayor.
THE FI KM OF^JVdTjTlL^E^
RICK is dissolved from this date. The busi?
ness of. toe Arm wUI be attended to by the under?
signed in liquidation. . .
JAS.. D. KIRKPATRICK,
No 6 Accommodation Wharf.
Charlea ton, S. C., August 15,1808.
THF. SUBSCRIBERS HATE THIS DAY ENTERED
Into a copartnership under too style of KIRKPAT?
RICK * WEITE, for (he transaction of a FACTOR?
AGE AND COMMISSION BUsIKE?S, at No. G Ac?
commodation Wharl j -. .
JAMES D. KIRKPATRICK.
. GEO. W. WITTE ,
Charleston; 6. C., August 15,1868.
. August 17 PAP 1 ml tnthsG
gissalnttDn of (Copartnership.
The Firm of HAMLET & Med ANIS is UiU
day dissolved by mutual consent
J. W HAMLET will continue toe business on his
own account, and is alone authorized to settlo toe
affairs of the late firm. - J. W. HAMLET,
Mount Holly, S. C., August ll, 1868.
August 25 _2
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Tho firm of MO D ES & McNaTR is dissolved
by mutual consent. JOHN T. MONAIR will pay and
collect all the debts of the firm, and is alone author?
ized 'o use toe name of the firm in liquidation,
[signedj. A. J. MOsES.
JOHN T. McNAIR.
Cheraw, 8. C., August 4, 18C8.
August 25 . 3
???tirfs in panhruptn).
IN THE) DISTRICT COCRT^OF^TTITK
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLIN4.-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN
R. BRADFORD, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOK ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON J HE IGTH DAY OF MAY,
A. D. IBS". IS SAID COURT -IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-This is to givo nonce that on tho twtnly.
first day of August, A. D 1868, a Warrant in
bankruptcy waa issued against the Est?t . of JOHN
B. BEAUFORD, of Sumter, in the District of .sum?
ter, and State of South Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own petition; that the
payment ot any debts und delivery of any property
belonging to said Bankrupt, lo bim or for Ids use,
and the transfer of any property by him are for?
bidden hy law; that a meeting of toe Creditors of
the said Bankrupt, to pro\e their dotits, and to
choo.-e one or more Assignees of bis Estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, (o be toldeu at No. 72
Broad-street, Charleston, South Caiolina, bef?te B.
B. C ARPENT t-R Registrar, on thc fourth day of
November, A. D. 1868, ..t 2 o'clock. P. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States M?chalas Messenger.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POUCE, MAIN
GUoRUHOUsE, CHARLESTON, S. C., AU?
GUST 24, 1868 -The following section of an otdl
nanc^, ratified Septomber 17, 1821, is hereby pub?
lished for the information ot all whom it mai con?
cern, and will be strictly enforced on und alter this
By order of the Mayor.
C. B. SIOWALD,
Chief of Police.
"No drum shall be beaten in the streets, or in any
private jard or place m tu is city, alter dar1:, except?
ing iu cases of alarm, and then by ibe order oi some
civil authority to direct tho same, under a peraltv of
twenty dollars for eajh offence. 10 Angust. 24
OF PIC IC CHIEF ??F CI IV DETEC?
TIVES, CHARLESTON, S. C.. AUGUST 21,
18GS.-Recovered and brought to this office, one
small GRAY FILLY. The owner can have tho *ame
by proving property and puyirg expenses.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
First Lieutenant and Chief ot Detectives.
OP PIC Ii CHIEF OF POLICE.-MAIN
Gl'ARDHOU E. CHAKLESTO:*, ls C.. April 7,
1S?8.-NOTICe..-Thc Ordinance prohi' iting tho
tiriu<: ol' guns, pistols, squibf, ?tc, vithiu thu city
limits, will hereafter bc strictly enforced.
Shoeing on tue tarros, streets, laues and roads
south ot thc Forks of the Road i * a violation of the
By order of Mayor COGSWELL.
C. B. SIGWALD,
April G Chief of Police.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK, WASH
oud Iron for a lamtlr of three. ? Inquire at
No. 101 BEATJFAISSTREET. 1? "August 25
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A S.?tALL
HOUSE, in % cental part of the city. Parties
wishing to communicate will please address BEAL
ESTATE, at DAILY NEWS Orncx.
An (ju st 22 6*
WANTED, A SITUATION. BY A YOUNO
MAN, 22 yeera old, well acquainted with the
Grocery Business. Can give the bert of reference.',
anderes tjuta-small compensation for the-ftrst year.
Address "R. S. P.,:' Danex NEWS.
August 22 6*
TO THE UNEMPLOYED.-INDUSTRI
OUS and educated gentlemen of good address
waDted as CANVASS EES for a first class LIFE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY. Caparity and zeal are al?
ways well rewarded in tnis vocation. Direct, with
real name, Postomce Box No. 824, Richmond, Vir?
ginia. Imo August 21
CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Ei?ht by ten Oval Steel
Engravings of SE?MOUR AND BLAIR, with or
without frames, bbeets 25 cents each. Life of both
25. cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Charts,'
kc, one hundred per cent profit. Sample packages
by mail for one dollar. Address at once
GOODSPEED k CO.,
August 14 2mo* No. frf Park Row. N. Y.
WANTED BY A VIRGINIA LADY, A
situation in a pleasant family to teach the
usual ENGLISH BRANCHES, FRENCH and MUSIC.
She has had several years' experience, and will go
either roath or West References exchanged. Ad?
dress, immerliatelr, "A B. C.," care of Mr. W. P.
Nuckolls, Tolersville Depot, Louisa Ccuntyr V?.
. August 7 Imo*
fi DOD BRICKLAYERS, WILLING TO
VX work ten hours a' day, st the rate of $6, will
find steady employment by calling on or addressing
SECRETARY OF THE MECHANICS' AND TRA?
DERS' EXCHANGE, No. 51 Liberty-street, New.
York. Imo* August 7
can be obtained by application to the "UNION
H?ME," from 9 til Ul o'clock daily.
Servants can siso find places by application to the
same place, at the same hoard. Inquire for the Ma?
tron, corner Church and chalmers street
TTTANTED, A SITUATION, IN ANY
Tr capacity as a CLERK. The subscriber ls
willing to engage in any business, and will make
bimsen* g> nerally useful in any way, and be ea tia tied
with a very moderate salary. Address "L. W.,"
Charleston, throagh the Poe tofu ce. Juno 17
WANTED. A PLACE AS GARDENER.
An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, O. S. A..
I who lost sn arm in the war, and who ls now m re*
. duced circumstances, is anxious to get employment
as GARDENER, and to take charge of lots at Mag?
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testimonials as to experience, efficiency and fidelity.
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lirULES FOR SA LR .-SIX FINE LARGE
1V1 AND YOUNG MULES, excellent workers.
For sale at a reasonable figure. Apply to
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East Bay, near Queen-street
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Piazza. Rent moderate to a suitable tenant. Apply
at No. 45 CANNON-STREET.
Ano-na: 23 tuthmft
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-&ORY HOUSES, situated
close to Fort BeauregarJT both having doable
piazzas t*clng north and south. Both Houses are,
in good' condition, and well adarted for private res
deuces, hotels or bi aiding establishments. To be
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August 15_'_s ruth
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RENT. WITH THE FURNITURE,
- a delightfully situated HuUSE ia Has el-street,
near Anson, at ISO per month. Apply to LEI ICH
k BRUNS.. _July 22
TO RENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit-,
usted, on the front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard. Battery. Apply st DAILY NEW? -OF?
FICE. . July 2
PRIVATE BOARDING.-MRS. R. C.
FINNEY respectfully informs her friends and
the public tbat BU* ls now preparel to accommodate
families, having large and airy Rooms.
Board per week, $8; Transient, per day, S2; Day
Boord per week, 96. 6 August 24
jost ann /oona.
PICKED UP ADRIFT, BY THE STEAM
Tug Relief, a RAFI ot twenty-nine.(29; 1 gs.
i he owner can recover the some by paying expen?
ses. Apply to JOHN FERGUSON.
Augu?t25 1 Accommodation Wharf.
SPECTACLES LOST-LOST, IN THE
Market, about ten o'clock j esterday (Wednosdayt
morning a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES, for which a
suitable reward will be given if kit at the MERCURY
EEMOVAL.-DR. FRANCIS IM PAR?
KE it has removed his office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 74 HAS EL-STREET, two doors
east of the Postofflce. July 24
_ _O&ur?tional. j_
UNI VE K SI /YO F VIR Gl NIA.-TH K
Forty-filth Session of this institution will begin
ou tue 1st day of October lSt'3. and end ou the I burn?
da/ before the 4th of July, i8?9.
Tho organization of the institution i* very com?
plete', embracing extensive and thorough courses of
instruction in Literature and Science, and in the pro?
fessions o (Law, M oicinc und Engineer ng.
ESTIMATED EXPENSES-exclusive of books, clothing
' and pocket monev-of the Academic student
$300; of the Law student $365, and of the Medical
For particulirs scud for Catalogue to Wm. Werten?
baker, Secretary, or S. M A LT IN,
Chairm <n ot the Faculty.
Pi O. "University of Virgina."
August 3 im*
WASHINGTON COLLE Ii E, LEXING?
TON. VA.-'I hu next session opens Uiird
Thurxday in September. 186S, and clo-.es fonrlh
thursday in June, 18ii9. The Facult consuls ol
General B. E. LEK. President, with P ofossors ol
I .atin, Greek, Mathematics, Modern Laiigu.tges,
Moral Phiiosoph , History und Ene.ich Earvin, e
and Literature Applied Mathematics, N.tuml Phi?
losophy, Chemistry and Law and Equity. Tuese are
distributedmto: 1. F.culty of Arts; 2. Faculty ol
Science; 3 Faculty of Literature and Philosophy; 4.
F-calty of Law. in each of tb ese is" conferred ;i di?.
linet Bachelor** lieu- ree aud thc Devreo of M?sle r <>J \
Arts is open alike to students in each cou sc. In the
Department of Science are eou'erred ulso Profession
al Diplomas of civil EneinC'-rand Mining Kuginecr.
By the al i of a lull corps of assistant Erolcao s, pro?
vision is mode for thorough drilhng in thc Detri?
ments ol' English, Ancient aud Modern Languages
EXPENSES.-all necessary expenses need not ex
For mil particulars applv lo
1. C. GORDON, Clerk orFa.nlty.
Joly 30 Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL !
No. 35 WENTWOR IB-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGU?U LUTHERAN CHUHCH.
THE nOURS FOR rUC EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, IVKADING, GhBMAN ami
ENGLISrJ GltAMMAR are fr.im 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per mouth tu advance
H'loU-lfecpinj; charged extra.
December2 CL H. BERGMANN
CITY TREASURY, JULY \ I SOS.-NO
TI 'E 1 O HOLDEN'S "F FIR li LOAN C--U
PON's.-Tho Ff ie Lo;m Coupon? duo this day ami
payable in thc City of New York, will oo part uu pre?
sentation at this Office. ti. THOMAS,
July 2 City Treasurer.
CITY COUNCIL. -
rrVHE REGULAR MEETING WILL BE HELD
A This Day, at Five o'clock P. M.
W.H. SMITH,' ?
k Angukk 25 1 - Clark of Courier..
Ct__~ DELEGATES FROM EACH WARD AND
D__P.AB.B3H_ .OF TH E.COUNTY OF CHARLESTON
will assemble at Military Hill, in Charleston, on
Monday Evening, August 3l!>t, to select EIGHTEEN
DELEGATES to a State Coovention at Columbia, on
September 3th, for the purpose of nominating Elec?
tora for Pr?sident and Vice President, and to reor?
ganize the State Central Committee. Each Ward and
Parish will make necessary arrangements.
August 25 tuths6* Chairman Committee.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. 1.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION WILL BE HELD
This Evening, at Eight o'clock. Candidates for
the Twelfth and Thirteenth Degrees will be punc?
By order of C. E. CHICHESIXB, T. P. G. M.
E. E. BEDFORD, Secretary pro tem.
August 25 1
J^OYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LARGE RESERVE FUND.
fire Bisks taken on Buildings, Produce, Mercian
Losses promptly adjusted here, without reference
to England, in Sterling or currency, at the option of
the assured. W. C. BEE k CO.. Agents,
February 22 stuthGmo Adser's North Wharf.
JNPEHIAIi FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF LONDON.
Cash Capital Paid Up and Invested [over $8,000,000
V. S. Branch Office, No. 40 Pine-street.
LOCAL DERECTORS rx KEW YOBS:
?. M. ARCHIBALD, Esq., H. B. M Consul, Chair?
RICHARD IRVIN, Esq., RICHABD IBTCN k Co.
ED. 8. JAFFRAY, Esq.. E S. JAITBAT k Co.
J. BOuRMAN JOHNSTON, Esq., J. BoonMAB JOHN?
STON k Co.
A. A LOW, Esq., A A. Low k BROTHERS.
DAVID SALOMON, Esq., No. ll Wert 38th-street
JAMES STUART. Etq., J. k J. STUART.
EDGAR W. CROW ELL, Resident Manager.
Risks taken as low as in other first-olass Compa?
nies, and Losses adj u? ted and poid bare.
Polices issued, payable ingold or currency, by
A. L. TOBIAS, No. 109 East Bay,
June 20 stath3mo Agent for Charleston, S. C.
IRE AND MARINE
S. Y. TUPPER,
IN PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILD?
No. 133 EAST BAY.
JUDES TAXEN IK 1HE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN COM
.j. PAMES :
PHOSLX INSURANCE COMPANY OF N_W YOBK,
Cash Capital and Assets..$1,613,076
8ECUBI1Y INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK,
Cash Capital and Assets....81,4.77.677
TN TERN AT I ONA li INSURANCE CO.. NEW YORK,
Cash Capital and Assets.$1,128,01-3
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO.. OF NEW YORK,
Cash'Capital and Ac se ts.?1,035,630
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., NEW YOBK,
Cash Capital and Assets.$7_6,91t
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO., CINCINNATI, O.,
C eh Coital and Ass.-ts.$1-30* ,328
(Security by State Law. ..$2,000,0.0.)
CENTRAL CITY ENDURANCE CO., OF SELMA,
TOTAL. EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS.
Losses adjusted and paid in Charleston.
August 17 Imo
-RUSSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, kc.
ELLIOTT, sermons by the Rt Rev. Steuben El?
liott, late Bi-hon of Georg'a; with a Memoir by
Thomas M. Unnckel, Efq. 1 vo ., 8vn. $5.
STEINMETZ. I ho Romai.ce of Duelling, in all
times and ountr'es. By Andrew Steinmetz, author
of History of the Jesuits, kc. 2 vols., 12mo. 88.
SAINT BEUVE. PO traits of Celebrated Women;
comprising Madame de sevlgne, de Duras, LaFav
elte, de Hemusat, d>- Souza, Krudener, Poland, Gui?
zot, de Stael. 1 vol., 12mo. $2.
GILLETT. Democracy in the United states; what
it hos done, what it is doing, and what it wu! do. By
Ransom H. Gillett. 1 vol., 12mo. 82.
POLLARD The Los' Cause Regained. By Ed?
ward A. Pol ard. 1 vol., 1-no. tl co.
LIDDON. University Sermons; by Be v. H. P.
Liddon. "He is now acknowleogod, on all hands, to
beth- greatest living preacher in England." 1 voL,
12mo. SI 75.
MORRIS. Thc Farthly Paradise ; a Poem by Wm.
Morris, author of Jason. 1 vol., 12 mo. $3.
HOOPiS. The Book 01 Evergreens; a Practical
1 reatlee on the Conti 1 te. or Cone-bearing Plant-. Ey
Josiah Hoope.. 1 vol, 1 arno. $8.
PROCTOR. Half Hours with the T?lese ope; being
a po u ar guide to tue use of the Telescope as a
means of amuse ir sot and ins .ruction. By B. a.
Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.v. Wi-t nu meron 4 illustra?
tions. lCmo., cl .th. SI 25. .
CHAMBERS'- : ncyclop?dta. A Dictionary of
Universal Knowledge .tor 'he people; ll ustrated with
Engravini'B. Maps, kc. io vo s., royal 8vo. Per vol.
Si 60. '.I he work is now complete.
NOVELS. Benry Powers. Banker. $175; Dead Sea
Fruit, bv Miss B-addoa ."Oe; Josh BUhngs on Ice.
SI 50; Horace W Ide, il ftO; All tor Gre?d, 40c; Foul
Play, 75c; Linda Fros ol, 40c; Lost Name, 50c; Poor
Hurrauity. 50*-; Love and Marriage, 60c; My Hus?
band's Crimo' 60c; Cheap edition > Marryatt's, Dis
roch's and Waverlv Novels.
ENGLISH MAGAZINES. Subscriotions received
for Temple Har, cornhill, Chambers' Journal, Eng?
lish Woman's ' 'omeelie Magazine, Aunt Judy's (for
children) Good Words, .-uuday Magazine. Art Jour?
nal, Saturday Beviuw, tc._i_July 31
p ELI A ULK TEX I BOOKS.
"THE BEST OF TH Ern CLASS."
Practical, SI; Kh mcutary, fl? cent"?; Primary 10
cents; Mental (nearly ready), 60 cents.
This series is meeting with a most gratifying re
ceptiou from use HTS rvcrywhiTO, and is exactly
vvtiat is needed mr mental dt ciplinc. as well os for a
practical preparation (or the business of lite It is
clear, thorough, comprehensivo, logically arrange!,
well "railed, is supplied with u great variety of ex?
amples, aud teaches the mothods actually used by
business mc .
Special a'te-ntlon in asked to tho PBACTICAL. Its
rules, and analyses arc free from unnecessary words:
it. mothods arc the shortest possible. Abovo all, lt
ls adapted to tho present state of things. During
tbo last nve year-", fpecio payments have been sus?
pended, price* have doab e 1, the tanti has been al?
tered, a natlonul tai levied Are. Oui book recog
UiZCS Oil thvflU ct uti .gi**, ASZ> IT TH THE ONLY ONE
THAT DOES-he onl) An hm'-tlc that describes tlie
diticruut iilasmai ot United Sat's Securities, and
shows how to Hud the compara.ivo result* ot u-vost
meuts in them. Unod in tue 1 ublic Schools of New
Kori, Itrooklyu. Albauy, Jersey City, \c, and giv?
ing thc highest satisfaction. No progressive teacher
can allon! to usu any other.
QUACK KKBO<* ILLUSTRATED SCHOOL HISTO?
RY OF THE UNIT ED ST?TES. Brought down
Quackcnbos' Primary History U. S. For begin?
Quuckcni'Os' First 1 cseoits in English Composition.
90 cen; s.
QaftCkenbOs' Advanced Course of Composition and
Rue torie SI 75
Qtiackenhos' Kai ur .1 Philosophy. 335 Illustra?
Cornell's Geographies. Primary. Ret -sed and
biouglit down to 1HU7. 'JU rents. Ii tonncdiate,
with a carefully I'.cvi.-cd Text and New Maps,
(the mo.st maguiliccnt ever presented in an
American school-nook.. ?1 ii 1. Gr-iamar School,
SI 50. High school Geo?iapbv aud Ata.. S3 30
Harkiii'Hi,' La'iti Toxt-IJookK Latin Grammar, SI 75.
Lntiu Header. 50. Introductory L .tm Book,
Ynuuiann' New Cbomli- ry. ?HO Engravings. $2
Huxley and Youmau-.' Pli.vsi logy-THE WOBK on
tb sirup..!-, t subject I'M i.ugra-viugs Si.
Soociuie 1 copies ot .m o: tho above w.rks mailed,
po? ii aid, to i eacherx .md choul OiIiccr? ou re- c pt
ol one-ltaU* tho-rntail pii -e. Kavorsble to ms mado
for lutt-iMlnclioii. W.iy 11-o iutcrioi books when
THE ui>r aru wubin rc-ch? Addi-is
QUACKBNDOS' O ll A M M ARS :
Au EugUsh Grau uutr, 1; Fir-t Book iu Grammar,
Clear, well eoiMleuati, and consistent throughout ;
britu in it? ruits and deilidiioa-.; h _'i?yw its illus
.rations; practical iu hu a..,- IcatJoii ot princlp es; 'u
duciive sud idii. ..ii>,iii.( a, in ita smug ment; orig .
nal iu i;s view*; lund 11 i s rennin.-; every way !
adapted to th .'oh ole >. m; i ,?- r. sling to tho pupil; I
laborsaving to . ,c !?n ii T; uh am) mgouioa1 iu i M I
explanations u .o:- ?ex. 1.; cuusir.iclioii-; makes the I
Icaru'ng?tOn NI r ..?<>?; mik s the teaching ot ?
Grammar * ro-iTiTi-t'i.KAsoiii. su li is tuo verdict ;
piououuci-d cu ..ii'.ni u' 1-raiuru.ir bi'our best
educators, l?os; s m _,. . lu.iicoidadous piibltsned lu ?
D. e\PPLH.Tit?- At COM
Noa. 90, M and 94 Grand-street, New York.
May 2 D_C un. S
_V # Pitiers.
T^T HY ? ND ITU E "
I I J ^
. Ai/n'ira DEA TE,
Tho confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St
Peter, "1 die daily." pt. The object of this arti,
cle is not to remind him of his pangs, birt
to show him how co ban I lab them forever. The
oceans of immediate and permanent relief are prof?
fered bim in
And it is for Um to say whether he will continue to
endure a li vi nc death, or put himself in a position to
render life enjoyable.
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stomachic
are to be found in every city and town in the South;
healthy men and wo M men, rescued from
torture by Its use, and A eager to bear testimo?
ny to its virtues. It ^\ differs from any other
Bitters la existence in this especial particular-it is
EXCHANGE PAIN FOR EASE,
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ailments
which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom raid des?
pondency to the winds; take a stronger hold of life
and, in short become a
Thron Rh the in s tr tunen tali ty of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invlgorants and cor?
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and all
the complaints which proceed from a want of proper
action in the liver, the stomach and the bowels, ors
eradicated by a course of thia great
Which not only combats and conquers diseases
that have entrenched themselves rn the sys tesa, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy In?
fluences. Pen ons wh mm ose occupa tiona and
pursuits subject them IVB to the . depressing ef?
fects of a close, unwh ll olesom? atmosphere,
should take it regularly as a protection against the
low fevers and other disorders which' malaria engen?
ders. Individuals who are
. ' i :
Without any special complaint, except a gradual
declination of bodily strength and1 nervous energy,
will find in the BITTEBS A FOUNTAIN OF VITAL?
ITY AND VJ.GOB, AS BEFBEsHTNG AND EXHILI
BATTNG AS A POOL IN THE DESEBT TO THE
SAND-SCOBCHED AND FAINTING TBAVELLEBS.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or, as they are me?
dicinally termed, Extracts) of Boots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely nee from alcoholic admixture of any
kind. They will bo lound
AN UNFAILING CUBE
For Liver Complaint Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chro?
nic or Nervous Dd mm bl ii ty, Chronic Dis?
eases of the Kidneys, lc and all Diseases art
sing from a Disorder IV. cd Liver or Stomach,
Piles, Fullness of
Blood to the Head,
Acidity Of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food Fullness or Weight In the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the stomach,
Swimming ef the Bead, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, fluttering at the Heart Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Wehs bet?re the"
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain lu the Head,'
Beficienoy of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Ey te. Pain in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc,
Sudden Fluettes or Heat ,
Burning in the Flesh,
ings ol Evil and
Great De- .
Keep your Liver in ai order-keep your di?
gestive organ J in a so l\J und, healthy condition
by the use of these te ll medies, and no disease
will ever assail you.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Aro made strong by the usc of these Bitters.
Recovering lrom any severe attack of sickness, will
find these Bitter- peculiarly useful in restoring lost
strength, by removing thu cause of oebility and lu
crea-inc the appetite. They should take a teaspoon?
ful ihrco tim s a day, mixed with a little water.
The H pat ic Bitters are also recommended to those
suffering with Chills and Fevers, when it eau be
taken in conuectiuu wiih other remedies prescribed
tor such complaints, and nih assi-t thc action of
those medicines, supplying tho system with the
much needed strength lost under the debilitating
cifects ot malana upon the constitution. 1 he doss
in such casei, tor a grown poison, would bs a table
sp< omul three times a day, immediately before
Uvspeptics should never be without a bottle of
HEPM'IO BITIEU-.M tlioy bavo boca uniformly
found to restore the stomach to its lost energies, and
thus lead thc patient back to the enjoyment of thc
olessiug ul perfect health. They should take a des
Boi t spoonful ihr- c times a day, an hour before each
meal. These Hitters are also recommended to oby
sicians, and can be used by them in lieu ot other
tonics, such as ? inc'. Columbo, 'linet Bark, linet.
Gen tan. iud all the cat ? alegue of bitter ionics;
far excelling these in its I action upon the system,
Dcmg a combination of I many useful tonics and
aromatic carminatives, which are rendered aperient
by tue ad l'ion of a title Turk y Bhu^arb, making
a preparation long needed by the profession.
Fee that the signature 0. F. PANKNIN id on thu
label of each l ottie. m\m All others arc couu
tcrteits. Principal of EVI fice and Manufactory
a* tht Gennau Medi 111 cine Store, No. 120
MEETING-STREET, CU vu LEMON. S. C.
C. P. PANKNIN, Proprietor.
BEGEM AN & CO., No. 203 Broadway. N. Y.,
Pankniu's Hepatic Ritt"n?. per bottle.$1 00
Pankulu's Hepatic bitters. Hall dozen. 5 CC
tf2rDo not forget to examine well the article you
buy in order to get the genuine.
ron SALE BX
GOODRICH WILEMAN 6i CO,
No. 23 BAYNES REE r, CHARLES ION S. C.
AND BY ALL DRUSGISTS AND DEALER? IN
SIDES, SHOILDEUS, die.
9?Odf? ^?5i?PS CHOICE NARROW NEW
?WW: vOBK SUGAR COBED STRIPS
?n'?S 5SS?9 S^ftf Prime C. R. Sides
10,000 pounds Good H. Sides
10,000 pounds Strictly Prune Shoulders
20 barrels Molasses
-2UbarreH Cid? Vinegar. --'
Landing and in store, and for sale by
AugUSt-25 tnth2 LA ?B EY k ALEX ANDEE.
CEMENT. PLASTER, MME.
rAA BBLS. CEMENT, IN STORE AND TO AH
0\J\J BTVE per ship B. C. Winthrop
200 bbls. Land Plaster
200 bbls. Calcined Plaster
3000 casks Lime, at the Lime Kiln next Savannah
Railroad Wharf, Cannonsboro', or at Store,
Laths, Hair, Oven Tile, Fire Brick, kc.
For sale by OLNEY k CO.,
August 25 Nos, ll and 13 Vendue Range.
SUPERIOR HEMP ROPE.
Off A COILS - SUPERIOR HEMP ROPE.
?O\J For sale by MOB DECAI k CO.
August 20 thf 2mtu2
CORN MEAL AND GRIST.
inn BA?BELS COEN MEAL>FBE:H GEO UND,
lAjyJ for sale low.
COBN, GBI6T and MEAL, by the bushel, con?
stantly on hand, for sale, and Corn ground Into
Meal and Grist on toll.
J- C. H. OLaUSSEN,
August 21 6_Markelstreet.
RAW AND REFINED SUGARS,
Being supplied with the above named Sugars di?
rectly from the Renner e?, wo offer -them at as low
figures as they can be sold in this market.
A lot of choice MUSCOVADO SUGABS jost receiv?
ed, and for sale low at
CO-OPEBATIVE GBOCEBY STORE,
No. 107 Market-street.;
KS- Goods delivered free.
MARKET, BETWEEN KINO AND
ME ETI S G STREETS,
(.SOUTE 81 BE.)
AN.EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
eta-will at all times be found at the above Store,
established under tbe auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which win continue and extend the advantages rt
already ?fters to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, asset forth hi
Its charter, "To furnish members and the public
with the necessaries of life of good qiality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for ita
Copies of tue Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries legording the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an 1 promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant,
July ll- . . .
COAL J COAL ! !
JOHN S. HOHLBECK,
- (OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LE&VE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the pubhc that he has commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS,' and
solicits a share of their patronage. -
August 17 * 3mo
COAL I COAL ! I
QAA TONS BEST QUALITY BED ASH COAL,
OUv now landing, which I offer at Nine Dol?
lars a ton cash, delivered.
JOHN S. HORLBECK,
Office East Bay, opposite Union Wharves.
August 17 . . . 12
CHLORIDE OP LIME.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. '
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOR SALE LB1
E. H. KELLERS k CO.,
March 28 No. li)l Meeting-street.
iHLLWAED BBOTHEBS, FBOFBTJRT'OUS,
Apriie. . .. .. ... . "
"yj AD AME G I D I E;R E ,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
Transient Board 82 50 per Day.
-t^-EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 72 1 BROAD WAT.
NEW TOBE OITY.
D. M. H1LDRETH dc CO., Proprietor*?
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the inanagecent of J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON &
CJ., is now under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. BLLDRETH & T. B. ROCKWAY, uner the firm of
D. M. HTLDBETH k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as si
proprietor of the Veranda, St. Lonts and St Charles;
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and the public generally, that its
former world-wide r?putation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under . tts present
mauacement. ? lyr* February 13
Q. H . s'?Tsi
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
tar Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, National Bank. May 8
ILLIS ?i I HiS?LM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, IlICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, S. O.r
E.WTLT.IS.A R. CHISOLM.
|> M. MARSHALL, ta BROTHER?
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, ?TOCKS, Sc., BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
^?Auction or HORSES, FDRN1TUBE, kc, every
lY-?n-idau. October 19
OOH AND JOB
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and thc Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PArER, kc, direct lrom manufacturers.
anJ will execute all oraers for
BOOK AMD JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having large lonts of rypo. wiH contract for tho
publication of a Weekly or Mental? o liberal terms.
Orders tor BOiKUlNDISG p ompilv attended to
at low lates, If lt-lt :it No. J> ll AX S L- -?TREET.
?May jo .IA.> w MCMILLAN.
TJ FOL. EX'S
CLOTHING. SHOE AND HAT STORE,
Nv. 83 il A RKET-S TREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may bc found every variety of GREAT
COA'IS, FROCK AND CRES!- COATS, Shirts, Un
dcrtbirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Bhocs, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Valises, ?tc. February 5