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-Gold closed in New York yesterday atSSf.
-Cotton was Steady with sales of 800 bales
-Cotton closed in Liverpool with a down?
ward leniency, uplands 13\J; sales 7000 bales
-The Boston Daily Advertiser hast' b-en
lately sold to a new company tor something;
less than $253,000.
-The proprietors of the National Iotslligen
oer announce that tbey expeot to be able to re
new its publication next 'all.
-Washington dispatches says the "govern?
ment ia oat of town." The President, Vioe
President and all of the Cabinet are off on
.?-The United States has more real estate
op?rations on hand. Hayti wanta to buy some
monitors, to be paid for by the harbor of Cape
Nicholas Ia Mole.
-A Biais constable stopped a wedding in
Newburyport the other day, bj seizing the
liquor, without whJoh the celebration lof the
oiremony was Impossible.
-Under the head of "Broken English" a
Paris paper placea snob L ?donnera as get
smashed ap by railway collisions or who
financially come to grief.
-In New Jersey there is a Quaker lady who
thinks it an insult to God to force vegetables
and fruit by the ase of bot-beds, w hie ti she
-calls aa invention of the evil one.
-The Washington chronicle prints a report
. that th? President will reCDmmend to Con?
gress a spot on Veridian Hill, nearly opposite
. Seventeenth-street, aa a suitable site for the
'.proposed new White Homae,
-Tho Chinese have entered noon their sacred
? andimperial records that Bismarck invented
the needle RUO. As the records cannot be al?
tered, Dreyser, the inventor, will lose the honor
of immortality in the Celestial Empire.
-About eight years ago a pronuneajt mer?
chant in New York accepted a dead for a plot'
.of ground ia tho vicinity of CLioagq for an old
?debt The plot was thea valued at about 1800.
Ho baa recently sold one-half of it for
-The dwelling of Hrs. Hannah Moore, in
Washington, D. C., was Bet on fire last Sunday
?-- mght by the explosion of a kerosene oil lamp,
but by the exertions of the neighbors the
flames wari extinguished be foro moah dam?
age waa done.
-It ia recorded as a remarkable fact in the
recent race betwesn Mountain Boy and Lady
Thorn, at Saratoga, thal, althongh Mouotain
Boy won all three heats, the betting at the be?
ginning of the rao? was one hundred to tn ir ty
io favor ot Lady Thorn.
-Gastare Doro and Blanchard Jerrold have
' been nuking a systematic exploration of Lon?
don-from Wappiug, to Kb laington, among
high and Tow-with the view to a great work
-on the great capital. SI. Dore bas made a
most interesting collection of studies.
-In Scotland tho pearl fishery of the pre?
sent yest, so far as it has gone, is a failure.
Power pearls have been found, and of those
obtained none are of great valu?; though, in
-deed, wenavo heard of one pearl which fetch?
ed a sus of ?30. Is was found in the Tay.
-Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, South Caro
. nhs, preached at St. Peter's, Saratoga, <*uu
day, and took up a large collection. The col?
lection, which was tor the relief of the d'oceso
of Charleston, was largely increased Monday
hy volunteer subscriptions from the hotel'
-There ia a war of choajphos in West Haven,
Conn. . The Episcopal and Congre ga no nal
?farces set up and tear down fences, plough np
pat hs and remake them ag ?in, and flourish
revolvers, all because they can't wait for the
courte to decide the' right of possession ts a
bit of -ia nd and roadway.
* -So tar as knowa, tho champion claimant
of age ia an Indian lady named Poe-kwo-no,
-of Sioux City. Iowa, who wishes to be regarded
AS One hundred and seventeen years ol J. She
bas'had thirty-five children, ft is said that
she is not remarkably handsome, nor does she
look aa if she had ever been exquisitely beau?
-The Musical World says that at a cone, rt
lately given by the Auckland Choral Socieu to
the officers of the fl ?-et, his Royal Highness the
Daks of Edinburgh took part as 'first fiddle.'.
In the opening pi?ce be played with Colonel
Balnea vis and the other violinists. The Duse
subsaquentlj played in Mozart's "Jo pi ter" at.d
Other orchestral pieces.
-The Empress E jgenie will have a retinue
. of about thirty parsons when she visits this
country next rear, among whom will be the
Prinoe Imperial. She will visit Boston, New
portv New York, Saratoga, Niagara Falls and
perhaps Caiifoifia. "It has been one of my
dreams to viert America," says the Empre?e,
"and next year I shall see New York and
-Dakota Territory will soon be knocking at
the doors of the Union. Tillages are said to be
springing an there rapidly. More than five
thousand person? have emigrated to the Ter?
tiary >his summer. The present population
ia reckoned at twenty thousaud, and forty-seven
thousand acres of lani have lately been taken
OP ander the homenead and "pre-ompuon laws
hy actual settlers.
-The white Radicals in Maury County. Ten?
nessee, are striving to induce all the negroes
io that county to move to Flor da. About four
hundred hive signed a pledge to go. Others
prefer Ariz ina. The indi rrj ant Stokers aie in?
different where they go, so that they quit the
-State and deprive the Senterites of labor.
These last are, however, not despondent, and
look eorflfcbn t ly to the Celestials lo supply the
-Toe opening of the St. Petersburg Indus?
trial Exhibit io J ts fixed for the 15th of May ot
Ute oooiingyear. All goods intended for it aro
io bs sent in between the 15th February and
15tb April. The introduction of explosive a id
combustible materials is strictly prohibited;"
and the ezmbition being a purely nativo one,
-all foreign m mufao.ures, or Russian mmufac
tares into which any foreign ingredient enters,
ere to be specially distinguished.
-The Havana correspondent of the New
.York Journal of Cominero3 senda that paper
aa extraordinary statement. He says that
.efforts are to he made to import thirty thousand
.t>a?? - Kr ?- i
*; T.:I . - ; .
troops from Spain to put down the r?volu ti or.
The Spanish officials in Coba and the Cas?
tillans at home, having no money nor the
means of raisin g it to pay the expenses of ship?
ping and supporting this army, the Coban
loyalists, largely intercalad in property and
trade on4he island, purpose to subscribe tho
necessary sum, each contributing according to
the value of bis estates. One million five hun?
dred thousand dollars is the amount estimated
for putting; thirty thousand fresh Spanish sol?
diers in the field, to say nothing of subsisting
them when there.
-Says the Madrid Imperial : "General
Sickles, one of the improvised heroes of the
Potomac, is a man of handsome features and
martial bearing, which the loss of his right leg
in battle seems to enhance. The staff of the
American Legation consists of six gentlemen,
four of whom are military-a remark I make
for those who vaunt that militarism has not
infiltrated itself into American institutions.
One detail I must mention relative to au inno?
vation of courtly etiquette in favor ot the
General. It is customary that, when embaas
sadors are presented to Spanish monarchs in
the royal seats of Aranjuez or La Granja, the
fountains of these remarkable gardens be made
to play to the eound of military music, and
with a stateliness of ceremony which is an
O ri anti al characteristic of Spain. The Regent,
with his well-known modesty, has always de?
clined the little princely privileges to which
his high rank entitled him. For instance, no
person other than of the royal blood is entitled
to the privilege of riding on horseback or in a
carriage in the Royal Gardens, yet the Regent,
although refusing to avail himself of this privi?
lege, observing that the American Minister's
honorable misfortune (loss of limb in battle,)
deprived bim of the pleasure of witnessing the
fountains play, kindly placed a small basket
carriage and team of ponies at his disposal.
Thus, the representative of the Great Repub?
lic is the first person not of royal blood who
baa driven in a carr ia go in the Royal Gardens
ot La Granja,"
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1869.
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Some Tra tits Wo rt ti Remembering,
Wo have received a copy of the farewell
letter of Dr. Franois Lieber, then of tho
8 out h Carolina College, delivered before
the class in political eoonomy in 1849. Tb?
truths set forth in it are As fresh and inter?
esting after twenty years ss they were
ihen, and we reprint it as a olear, simple
and substantially accurate statement of
some fundamental j>rinoiples which are too
often forgotten or misunderstood :
In political economy, as in all other practi?
cal branches, there is nothing that can be tine
in theory but false in practice. Political econ?
omy has to deal with practice alone; and the
resulta of reasoning on facts, when systemati?
cally arranged, are called theory. A theory
may be consistent with itself, though starting
from erroneous premises and misconceived
tacts; but this does not make the theory true.
8oooulation is not theory. In medicine noth?
ing can be healing in theory but killing in
practice. Every one theorizes who reflects on
facts In order to find law J; sacrificing facts to
a theory is enchaining idolatry.
Political eoonomy is of the last importance;
for its subjects are closely connected with civ?
ilization, freedom and the most sacred inter?
ests of man; but political economy is not, on
that account, a substitute for ethics, religion,
or any essential branch of knowledge.
The Bib:?, does not dispense with political
economy. The Bible gives principles; politi?
cal economy seeks the means and methods of
carrying them out; for instance, tho principle
of charity and pauper systems.
Civilization stands in need of greatly accu?
mulated wealth; progressive civilization of pro?
Values exist long before money.
Great wealth exists without any money; for
ina Lance, China.
Money is always a minimum part of national
National wealth is no th ?ry ?mt a term for
the aggregate wealth of the tod:? duals.
Freedom, which is security of untrammelled
action, is one of the first requisites of general
and healthy wealth. With our race commerce
bas almost always prospere! or-fallen with re?
ligious liberty (because in Europe religious
liberty has generally been the highest test of
Accumulation of wealth, so far- from being
anything sordid, s indispensable to civiliza?
tion. Economy is necessary to accumulate
wealth; saving is honorable. There ls no econ?
omy possible without order. Eeepng books
is indispensable to order. Pay as you go along.
? Money always retains the essential character
istic of a commodity. Moue-' is m commodity.
Gold and silver btve naturally become the
chief substances of coin, but no mysterious
law of nature has made them so.
Always judge of questions of production and
consomption, first, without any reference to
money (aa it it did not exist,) and without
any reference to civil divisions-to colored
lines on the map.
Mutual dependence is a primary law in polit
cal eoonomy, as in all else.
All producion ia for consnmption- produc?
tive or unproductive. The only thing essen?
tially needing protection is consumption. Con?
sumption is protected when the law removes
all obstacles in the war of obtaining the high?
est amount for the am diest means; all else is
Labor stands trulv in need of protection;
that is. no arbitrary restraint must ba put on
laror so that more labor is necessary to obtain
an object than would be requisito without the
restraint. AH labor must be protected; that
ic. none must be restrained or wasted. All so
called protection of labor is partial favor to
s ?me species of tabor, to the d it rim out of gen?
Common ism is the doctrine of absolutism,
whether monarchical or democratic. Protec?
tive tariffs are veiled communism.
^Commerce, internal and foreign, is still and
must lorevor remain barter, except the small?
Pieducts alone can create a demand for pro?
ducts. Not hunger, not co d, create a de?
mand for bread or raiment; but products which
may be given in exchange for them. If mouey
be given for-them thi* money must first be
obtained for products.
Government caunot make money; it can only
stamo it. to Bave trouble. Tbc die cannot itu
part or ginni value, but as it addi to ibo ex
changeableuess" so it adds to that value wnich
the ph ca or metal already possessed.
There is no such thing as inherent value.
Value r qjiroaa thing desire 1 and a person
desiring. Value is a relation. Gold bas no in
hereat value fx the starving, man on a wi
A crumb of bread would be preferred by 1
Nor has water, though used by all, any v
where all may nae it; but it receives v
where some have it aod others not. We
the tetm value, also, for things desired,
for which we are ready to part with o
things possessed by US.
Political economy deals with exchange
Free trade is nothing moro than protec
against obstruction. Tbe true name for
protectionist would be obstructionist. '.
trade is protection of every man's own.
Rapid circulation promotes civilization,
as civilization advances it requires circula
increased in extent and rapidity. Man
moves natural obstacles by roads, canals,
igation; and he creates greater ones by
In point of political economy there is LO
terence between selling and buying. If A
flour with money of ?, B at the same time I
money with flour of A.
All process of accumulation is slow, thi
destruction quick. A town is slowly rea
but a conflagration consume it in a night.
I is the same with capital and all wealth.
The factors of wealth are industry, seen
I and frugality. There is no other sour?'
wealth but production. Wise exchange is ;
An ill-spent tax is worse than robbery;
it is the taking away of part of private p;
erty, under the name and by the force of 1
I for illegal purposes.
j If wealth consisted in money, mankind c<
not become richer. There could only be
I procesa of the two buckets in the well, anc
each transaction of trade one party would 1
essarily be a loser.
I No enterprise, failing by its own unproflb
I nature, can be at the same time ruinous to
I adventurers, yet advantageous to the corni
nity. If a railway cost $500,000, and shi
fall to $25 in the hundred, because travel
and freight pay a fair interest of $100.000 oi
I in that case the community have forever
I the val ne of $400,000, and the passengers i
I freight are carried at the rate of the reg?
I and fair price, plus the interest of $400,
proportionally divided in the course of
I year. Nothing is more common than to h
I that a hotel or a canal has been ruinous to
adventuring individuals, but that the pee
I have reaped the advantage of it. This can
be. The same applies to government une
j takings. They cannot be advantageous to
I whole (so far as productive effects ore o
I oerned,) althongh they would be ruinoui
Almost all modern fro: nations have set
I with protection, so-called, because freed
j implies that the popular voice have its pro
I weight, and >ho people necessarily first juc
I by immediate appearance. If they sed th
I own products higher they think that they
I gaining, not seeing what they lose as const
j era, and tbey suppose that money constit?
I wealth. But almoat all new governments stn
I gling into existence have shared the sa
I error-monarchical as well as popular; foi
I stance, Prussia.
I Common sense is the native sound judgmt
j which guards us against thc too much aod t
too little (the ntmium ) in the application
I ru es and principles to given practical eas
It becomes tact, but is not intuition. It
I necessary everywhere and in all spheres, t
I dispenses with no reasoning and no expe
enoe. Common sense cannot plough the fie
I it oannot become a substitute for agiicultu
science; without it neither plough nor eciei
can be applied in each concrete case. Co
I mon sense does not render political econoi
I unnecessary; but political economy cannot
I without it, any more than religion, pbilosop
or the healing art can.
Men have always been political ejouomia
as there have always been philosophers
physicians; that is, they have always be
guided by reflection, correct or erronooi
I upon subjects appertaining to these sphere
J but a long time elapses ero an Aristotle, B
I pocrales or Smith gathers tho experience
I ages into a coherent system of koowledt
I Whether political economy is a science or n
I is indifferent. It is knowlcdgo; it seeks trui
All serious reflection and unbiased thiaki
requires that we free ourselves from incido:
al associations of ideas contracted from a
pearances. Language exists beforo systema
reflection, and around every word clusters
unbidden association of ideas. Nowhere is tl
I emancipation of the mind and divesting
I terms from incrustations more necessary th
in political economy, and with reference to i
I term so mnoh sa as to that of money.
Political economy is associated by mai
persons with utilitarianism; that is, that sj
tem which seeks for the uUimum bonum
I the merely physical welfare of man. This
j no truer than confounding religion with certa
I religious errors, or w-th fanaticism, bypocru
or priestcraft. Political economy simply e
deavors to ascertain the laws of productif.
J and consumption-the principles of exchaug
I Exchange is an exclusive characteristic
j mau, and a basis of his highest interest at
I aspirations. So long as man's soul is unit?
I to his body, solong is political economy of in
I portanoe. s
Free trade is the principle of the gospel i
peace and good will carried out iu the world
exchange, Prot ct ion is short-sighted selflsl
Free trade is nothing but the natural sta
of things, like tree communion, lt would m
I bave acquired any importance as a s?parai
subject, any more thin free breathing, he
there not been a period when, with our race,
j was almost universally and tearfully invade*
Now it is necessary to re-establish and for til
I it by legislation.
Free trade bas arrived at that period, a
least, when it is universally acknowledge
I within each country. The next period will b
I when it is acknowledged within oar entii
I race, and oeople will speak of protection as w
I now speak ot the beauty patches of the las
Single fortunes, sir gie busy plaooB, strike th
I minds of men. They oro palpable; yet the
I prove nothing as to general wealth. So doc
earn war. however ruinous, produce som
j gigantic gains, and the most lavish monarch
enrich their cipitals. There existed nevoi
greater fortunes than in the Roman Empire a
its worst period, amid universal ruin.
The physical desires . f men are remark bl;
uniform m all, and multifarious in each indi
vidual. All palates iclisb saccharine sub
stances. Tbe capacity of the earth to aalisf
I these uniform and multifarious desires is re
I markably diversified over tue globe, ant
I limited to districts. Few countries product
sugar. This apparent incongruity reveals th<
j wisdom and goodness ot our M.iker. Out of il
arise exchange and civi'izition. Territorial
division of labor ii still more important thar
I individual. It ia a truth of great importance
for natural theology. ^ ^
Ona travelling correspondent sends us a
j rumor that the Baltimore Railroad interest
j have obtained entire control of the Cheraw
I and Darlington Ft iii road and will soon con
I trol the Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road. This may have been attempted, but
we doubt that it has been, or can be, oarried
We print, this morning, an interesting
j letter from our Edgefield correspondent.
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on tbe 22d mit, one BLACK HORS H MUI E
a bou five ye >rs ol i, with white nose, m flue order
roached and trimmed about six weeks ago, wbiti
hairs on bis back, the maras of a cart saddle. lh<
abov- reward will be paid for him with evidence ti
convict the thief, if stolen, and .f taken up Twenty
five Dollars will be paid lor his delivery to CLAG
HORN, HERRING A CO., Accommodation Wharf.
August 28 8
PICKED UPAURIET, A HALF i?A**T
OF ELCO" INO BOAi<DS, which the own?
can have by proving prop?n y and paving expensa?
For further particulars, apply st the corner of CAL
HO UV and CONCORD bTREBIS.
August 27 2
tates pleasure ia announcing, to bis patroni
'St he has removed his sodawater M-nuis eton
from No. 562 King-street to No 56 HA-itL s> I BEtS I
between Aiisou-strcet and East Bay. 'i hank nf
hi-fi Kids and customers for the liberal patron
we be-to wed upou him a tue old eland, ho hope?
to receive tho same- in t?e sam- mea-u-o at his nevi
acc. OT. KO RN ABREN-*,
?"o<1? Water Manufactory.
August 26 thstu3* No 66 Hasel-street
PHILIP SCHI'CKI A . N, DEALER III
WOK-Ti-D AND 1'BIMMING-. has remover
historraer store, No 271 KI -G-slBeEI", oppo
Bite Hasxl-Btrcet. August 24
J. SCH LEl'Et?RELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION AM
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIMB and PI ASTER
INO LATHS. PAINTS. OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES
also. OBOOVE AND TONGUE BO Aft DM, 4c., eoe
stantly on band at thc lowest market prices.
jrOajMES Ai MACBETH.
iMo. 30 Brood-street,
Charleston, h. 0.,
BROKERS, ACCTIONEEBJs, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL CUMMISSION AGEN I >
Will atttend to Renting and Collecting of k-nti
and purchase and sale ot Stocks, Bonds, Gold
Silver aud Real Estate.
To tb.3 Pu: chase ol Goods and Supplies for partiel
in tbe country upon reasonable terms.
uEonuE L. HOLaQV.AtjrxaifDXB MIOBZTU
T SION. Mo. 43.
ATTEND THE EKG UL AU MONTHLY MEETING
of your Union. THIS (Saturday) EVENING
28tu iHBt, at Masonic Hall, at Eight o'clock
Angus: 28 C. ADAMS, Secretary.
g O V T H E ll \
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
PUBELT A 80UTH?RN INSTITUTION,
Assets Joly 1, 1869.?610,0UO
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER CENT.
IN?UBE9 LIVES AND PBOMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYs LOSSES Itu principal business ls with
Southern States, and to them it appeals for patron?
age. It bas ample means to fully protect policy-hold
era and pay all loases.
JOHN B. GORDON, P-esid-nt.
B. H. HILL, A. H. COLO, CI TT, Viet--Presidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. MO it Bis, Secretary.
BOARD or Draierons,
atlanta, Ga.-JOHN B, GOROON, A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND , J. F. A LEHNT BB, J. H. C ALLAWAY, J. M.
Athens, Ga.-B. C. YANCEY, BRU/. H. HILL, BOB
EBT 1 HOMA8.
Columbia, 8. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Ga.-C H. PBTNTZT, EDWABD THOMAS.
Madison, Ga.-D. E. BUTLER.
\\ abbington, Ga.-ROBERT TOOMBS.
Cuthbert, Ga - B. J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga -A. H. COLQURT.
Charlotte. N. 0.-Wat. JOHNSTON.
Allendale 8. C -B. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greecjborb, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. MILL,Kit, General Agent,
S. V. Tl'PPEH, ResMeaat Agent,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
H. W. DES ACS ^UBE, M. D., Medical Examiner.
August 19 nae Qmos
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized In 1859 .
ALL POLICE 3 NO N-FORFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices In force.835,000 OOO
Annual Income. 800.00t
Losses Paid. 500,00c
W. H. PECKHAM, President,
Wac. T. BOOREE, vice-President.
L. MoADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAB. Superintendent
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Finn of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
Wa M. VZHJCILYEI Banker (Vermilye A Co.)
CHAS G. BACKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com
Hom GEOEOE Or DYKE, CI-May or of New York.
MINOT c. UOBOAN, Banker
THOMAS RIGNEY. Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
REN/. B. HERV?AN. Treasurer New York Steam Su
gar Bennion Company.
AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Confiable A Co.
RICHARD FL BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E V. BAOOHWOOT, Firm E. V. Haughwout A Ca
WM WILSENS, Firm of W. Wilkeus A Go.
JULI os ll. PRATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT. Merchant.
CHAS. J. ?TABB. Merchant
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. 7.
Gzb. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire I ns ur
JOHN O. SHERWOOD Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fl th Avenue ant
EnWARr H. WRIOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant
GENERAL AGENT FOR 80UTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BEENSTJfcRNA. Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON.
. dance No. 365 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. (
January 19 nao lyr
IEE ASSOCIATION UF AMERICA
South Carolina Department.
Organized June, 1868
Amount of Policies Issued to Joly 1,186?
THIS IS STRICTLY A WESTEBN AND SOUTE
ERN COMPANY, purely MUTUAL tn its charact?!
dividing ita funtis EQUITABLY amongst ita men
be rs. The basin ess of this branch ie under th
supervisi?n ot a Resident Board of Trustees, who ii
vest net proceeds of all Premium* received herc.
W. GEO. GIBBS. Agent
So. 350 KnG-STKKET
CORNHR OF BEAUFAIN-8TBEET
A P. CHEVRE tJX,
SCULPTOR AND ABCHITEC1
Corner Jteetlng-Street and Horlbcck'
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Plans made to order and work executed prompt!]
jury BUB fimos
JJUOK BUYERS WILL. FIND IT TO
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THIS
Tue List will be Chanced at least Once o Week.
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MX ?BORT SERMONS ON rIN. by the Bey. Orby
THE OHO?EN PFOPLE: A Compendium of Sa?
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THE SPIBITUAL COMBAT, with the Path of Par?
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COTTAGK PIE1Y EXEMPL'EIED. $1 36.
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i KU IH AND COUNTER TBUTH, by Rev. Thos.
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LIFE'S MORNING; or. Counsels and Encourage?
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TH BA-E BALL PLAYER.16
LESLIE' PI ?ORIAL.15
LI-EU ART ALBUM.15
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Lammermoor, Heart or Mid l othian, The Monas?
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Da UM b ter.
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4 ME RIC AN TO.\Tl\ E ^
Life and Saving Insurance Co,
.V?. 4 MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE.
DB. <M. M. POST. Medical f rammer.
THOMAS E COURTENAY, Manager.
BRANCH OF KICK, CHARLESTONS. C,
DB. THOMAS L. CGIEB, M di ea I Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, JR.. General A?ent.
CHARLESTON BOA ITO EEFE?HXCE:
Hon. A LP RED UCGEB.
W G MAGRA IB. Esq. President s. C. R. R.
HOB. J. B. C.VMPBELL, Attorney at Law
TB ?G. D. WAGNER, Esq., ot J. Fraser A Co.
ANDREW SIMON Da, raq. President Fin-t Na?
no H Ri MURE, Esq . of Messrs. E. Mure A Co.
EDWARD LAFITTE, ol Ed. Lafitte A Co.
Colonel J. B E. SLOAN, I otten Factor.
W A COURTENAY, Esq., of uesars. Courtenay A
H. B. OL EY, Esq., of nessrs. O ney k Co.
Havlmr been apo luted Genenl Aseut for North
and -onto, carol na for the above reliable a ,d p. pu
1er Lift- Insu un-e Company, I am pre eared to re
C' ive applications at reasonable rates ami on laver
able terms. JOHN K; '-KLAND JB
rhee for th? present at Meaar*. Courtenay k
i renhulm's Union Wharf w?3mos June 2
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?rorerifs ?HO JHisftU?ntem.
GUNNY CLOTH. * -
1 AA BALES HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH. FOB
JU)\J sale to arriTe, by
August 27_H. LAFITTE & CO.
1 t? A PIECES "EWA?I's" PUBE HEMP DUS
IOU BEE SEA ISLAND BAGGING, 15 in chea,
1 Ti tb pounds yard
30 pieces Dundee Bagging, 45 inches. lj? pounds
60 pieces Dundee Bagging, 16 Inches, l)fth pounds
26 pieces Dolphin Manufacturing Company Ees
Island Bagging l*ith pounds yard.
For aale by W. C. BEE A CO.
Gl NNY CLOTH,
ON THE SPOT AND TO ABBIVE.
For sale by
August20 PEP. A. TREi-fiOLM A 80
NEW YORK BA O.G. IN
DOUBLE ANCHOE BRAND.
THE STANDABD WEIGBT 2)?@2J?.
standard w'dth full 44 inches.
It is wider, closer stronger, and affords better pro?
tection for the entire covering ot the Cotton bala
than any otber n use
We sell at manufacturer's price and expenses laid
down here. A supply always on band.
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
BHDS. CHOICE WESTERN* C. B. SIDES
?0 bh?a. Choice Western Shoulders
20 bbds. Clear Sides
40 boxes D. K (-boulders
15 bbds. ( bolee D. K C. E. Sides
80 box's Long Clear sides
20 boxes Cnmberlands
15 tierces Choice s. C. Hams
75 bags Choice Bio Ccffee Jr
60 bbls. Extra "C" Sugar
25 b bis "O" Yellow Sugar.
Ia Store, and for sale low by
J EEK ORDS A CO.
August 24 tnthss_Vendue Bange.
1 i a A AAA C*** BE 8 8 SHINGLES. OM
XUU?UUUwn*rf. ready ?cr delivery, for
sale by the lot, or In lots to suit, for cash, low, by
E. L. HALSEY,
August 24 tutbsS West end Montague-street.
SUPERIOR GUNNY CLOTH,
OF EXTRA WEIGHT, FULL WIDTH AND FINE
quality, tar sale by O. 31. ts UBEBT,
August 1? thstuS_No. 12 East Bay.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB BALE, WHOLE?
SALE AND RETAIL, by Dr. H. BABB, No.
WOLF'S SCHIFDAM rOHNaPPS
Plantation Bitters ,
Fonts' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Soothing syrup
Perry Dsns' Painkiller
Mexican Mustang Linsment
Peery's Dead Shot, Ac, Ac, Ac,
June 26_. . stnth
ZINC, YELLOW METAL
SHEATHING AND NAILS,
CONSTANTLY ON BAND. FOB PALS BT
CBI-OLM BROTH BBS.
August 7_awlsno_Adger/s Wharf.
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
IN OBDEB TO FACH IT ATE THE bUPPLY OF
OUB PURE OLD i ONONG * HELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers aj. the
South, we bare appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS k
CO our Agents, wuo by this arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade at prices wblch aili insure
satiaioction. H. A H. W. CATHER WOOD.
H. Ot H. W. CATHER. WOUUD'S
EXTRA FINE PUBB OLD
fr A BABB ELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORIT!
DU WHISKIES, consisting of X, XX XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BBANDS, and also or
ower ?rades. .
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GEBDTS A CO.,
Jane 12 stnthSmo_No. East Bay.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA, A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mostdeidoub aid healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jelbes, Blanc Marnte, Ice Cream,
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac, put up lui tb. pack?
ages, with directions for nae.
Desiccated i'ocoanut. fur Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac, put up in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in hair pints, pints
Cider and White Wine Vinegtr, warranted pure
Fresh Boasted Kio Coffee, sf good quality, at 36c
Just received and for aale by
CO-OPEBa , rVE GROCERY STORK,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market s tracts.
Goods delivered tree May 28
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June 26 No. 131 Meeting-street
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