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Thc Encajas of Oadu.li P. Benjamin.
Nsw YOEK, August 3.-The World's
cavana correspondent -gives *an ac
.oujit of Judah P. Benjamin'3 escape
. vom the rums of the Confederacy. He
.aya Benjamin separated from. Davis
carly in May,, near Washington, Ga.,
for the purpose of making his way to
Nassau and Havana from soins* point
on the Florida coast. He was to at?
tend to some public business at the
posts, andth?n rejoin the President
in transmission via Matamoras and
Texas. He traveled directly South
through Georgia and Florida,' on
horseback, disguised as a farmer in
search of land, without exciting or at?
tracting attention, till he reached the
lowor side of the penin.ula of Florida.
He was informed no boats could be
found on the eastern coast, and went to
the gxilf shore, where, after a month's
delay, he succeeded in getting a ship
yard boat lind two men who were will?
ing to risk their lives upon the sea in
it. The open boat was about fifteen
feet long, in which they coasted the
peninsula till they reached ono oi' the
keys of Florida reef, where they suc?
ceeded ip procuring a boat somewhat
larger, in which they put' to sea to
cross the gulf stream, and fortunately
reached Bordes upon the banks after
a passage* of sixty hours.
Oh the Kith day of July, after an
unsuccessful attempt to reacli Nassau,
in which he was baffled by head winds
and heavy weather, he put back to
Barnes, and on Friday, the 14th, tho
sloop foundered thirty miles from the
nearest lan ch The vessel went down
:..o rapidly that he with the cre**?, had
barely time to -jump into a skiff in tow
o? tile sloop before she sank. In thia
. boat,-with u light mast, sail and com?
pass, and .only provisions of boiled
rice .-which the negroes had cooked for
breakfast,-?in this leaky and over?
loaded boat, and having tint one oar.
1 hey made f or laud, and, as the weather
was calm and no vessel in sight, by
dint of energetic sculling they easily
leached the lighthouse. In a vessel
from that point Benjamin reached'
NaSseu and Havana. His whole trip
has Occupied the best part of three
liiQRths out of which thirty days have
been passed at sea, in miserable open
bout.-.. .
Professor Woodrow
"tvriLL receive a few PRIVATE PUPILS
Vt at his Study, Kn. li Simona's Hall,
Theological Seminary. Instructions will
bc Riven -iu Latin. Greek, French,german,
Mathematics and thc Natural SciesEes.
Au ;_1?_ 1*
.Just Received,
i Lor of VERY FINE SYRUP, at retail,
j\. at GO cents nor gallon.
aa? 13 :i H. SOLOMO:; k co.
Sew Izote and New Goods. j
BY MOISE iv ORCHARD. GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS and FANCY ARTICLES. I
..ust received a splendid assortment et'j
Groceries, Provisions, Cheese, Crack
< rs. Candies, Jellie ?, Preserves, Pickles, ?
Toilet Soiips, Pomndes. Also, Elegant lot
of old Bourbon Whir-key, Choice Segar?,
Tobacco, .v.c. j
Pendleton street, one door West of Rich?
ardson, and i wo squares below New State
Hou?e. Aug lfi l*
G??EMES, .&(!., ?C.
HALF CHESTS YOUNG HYSON TEA
?1 i.-xtf a tine?
? Half Chests* English BREAKFAST TEA.
;> Barrels CRUSHED SUGAR. ,
5 Barrels CLAR1PIED SUGAR.
1 Hogshead CUB/ SUGAR.
1U Boxes G0S111- 'HEESE.
-Hi Barrels CAKAI FLOUR-Extra.
1,0'JU Pounds Sn^ar Cured Hams-Choice.
1: Hogsheads Westcru Bacon Sides.
Barrels Boston Butter Crackers.
Barrels Soda Biscuits-Fresh.
lil Box .'Sj Adamant inc Ca??les.
.? Barrels White Wine Vinegar.
2 Barrels Cider Vinegar.
Painted Tubs, Buckets and Brooms.
:; Bags Rio Cofiee.
I Bag Java Coft'do,
.rhrstard, Pepper, Spice, Cloves, &c.
Raisins and currants.
.So.-p, Starch and Blue.
Bagging, liope, Twine, ?fcc., &c.
Just received and for sale, low, for cash, bv
P. CANTWELL, Bodek'.i Row.
Aug 1 _i *
Office Gen. Sup. "W. and M. R. E.,
SI-MTEI:, August 15, 1803.
ON and after Aucrust IS. a DAUA TRAIN
will run between Kingsville and Wil?
mington. Leaving Kingsville daily at H.40
a. m., and arriving at Kingsville 5.2i>p. m.
These Train.-, will make daily coiineetioiis.at
Wilmington with Trains for any point
North. They ii Iso will continue tv connect
with Trains on the Northeastern Railroad
for Charleston and Cheraw and Darlington
liailroad. T.u-se Trains carry both freight
and passengers. HEN RY HIL. DRAKE,
Aug ?G *2wd General Superintendent.
JUST RECEIVED,
FRESH LEM0N8 and FRENCH CON?
FECTIONERY, Pt wholesale and retail,
nv HARDY SOLOMON <fc CO.
'Aug 15 3
??-ni lill j.lMip JIU.I., MIL
Headqfrs" 4th"Sttb-IH8trict,
MIL. DIST, or ?H.VSN, ?>.OP?C c.,
ContnroiiL, S. C.. Aug. 'i, 1S35.
? GENERAL ORDERS NO. 12.
ITHE Mayor trad Oit* Council of Co
. lumbia aro hereby authorized to cpliect
?all taxes aseessed for tho benefiter the eitv.
II. The funds collected in such maunor
will be expended for tho support of the poor
and destitute, and for the V cr Works and
other-uecossitics. Ev order of
Lieut. Col. N. HAUGHTON, Cor.i'g.
JOHN WALTON, Lieut, and A. A. A. G.
Aug 16 'j *>?. 4
Hdqrs. Mil. District of Charleston,
CHARLESTON, S. C., Aiusrsr 10, ISoo.
GENERAL ORDER;-. N.O. 87.
ORDERS having boon received at those
ileaeduartcrs for tho muster cut ol' the
54th and* Sot li Mass. Vote., and 1st Ohio Vet.
Vol. Cavalry, all Officers and Enlisted
Men .ol'these Regiments will immediately
rejoin their commands. The 5 iib Mass.
Vols, will be rendezvoused at Mount Plea?
sant, .tie. Seth Mass. Vols, at Oraiigcburg,'
and thc lie. talion of the 1st Ohio Vc". \'<.!.
Cavalry, seing in this Diatrlet, al tn,:
Charleston Race Course.
Rv command ol' ,
' BKEV'TMAJ. GEN. JOHN* P. HATCH.
Ll'.OXAUU li. PERE?, A. A. Cr.
Official: E. HARRIS JEW Err, Li MI t-. 55 th
Mass. Vol ;., A. A. A. G. Aw;; 10 :)
'Headcr/s Kil Bist, of Charleston.
CHARLESTON. C. Au?. ;>. hst;.".
GENERAL ORDERS: NO. 85.
The following Paragra ph from I be He
vised Anny Regulations (?dition of list*},') ia
hereby puolished for t ie information and
guidance of jill concerned.
Any officer who shah fail to comply with
said Paragraph lull &jihje< l ?liinseli to trial
for disobedience of ordi rs:
"Par.-IOS. Officers on detached duty will
report, monthly, t<> tho Commanders ol
their Posts, of their Regiment:! or Corps,
and tc the Adjutant Cea; - ral, their stations,
the nature ol' their duties, and thc nntivbrity
placing them thereon: likewise any change
ot'address."' Ry .cominan"! of '
i?rev. Maj. Gee. J. P. HATCH.
LEONA-n B. PERRY, A. A. C. .
Official: ii. HARRIS J::WETT, 1st Lieut, and
A. A. A. (J. All? Pi A
Hdqrs. Kil. District cf Charleston,
CHARLESTON, S. C. A mr., r SI, 1-.?;.>.
O' ENERA f. ORDERS. Y V. M.
milE folh.wiag Circular from thc War Pr
1 pai'tmuut is hereby published for ti.'?
information and guidance of all concerned.
Strict compliance with ii s provisions will bv
enforced.
WAR DEPARTMENT. i
A'OCTANT ( ! ?XE HAL'S. Omer..
WASHINGTON, Ftbruaiv (?. 1 .?iii. S ?
a RC CL A/: NO. w.7f
In future each Officer in charge nf enlist
el men absent from thew regiments, wi]
report at the end of every month t>> tin
I Regimental or Company Commanders ?..
i the mea tinder their charge, whether tin \
are sieli. in confinement, in hospital, on de?
tached service, &C.; the station, tim duties
which each man is performing, and the au?
thority for detaining him, giving ?he num?
ber and date of the order, also whothei
they are si -k. or lit fer service, mid ato
other particulars about them which may l>"
necessary for the information of timir Com?
manding Officers in kec?ng a correct ac
count of thc pay, cloth mg, station, dillies,
ive, of cash soldier. Wi:.a an siicli report:
mea cannot reeeivp ns* a< r.iallv cai': tn. in.
E. D. TOWNSEND, A. A. tr.
P>v command of
" BREY'? MAJ. GEN. JOHN P. HATCH.
LEONARU B. P::RRV, A. A. <;.
Official: E. HARRIS JEWETT. 1st Lient, ami
A. A. A. G._ Aug lti :J_
? Headers Hil. Div. of fis Atlantic
JULY 18, lsii5.
I CEN KR AL ORDERS .Vu. ti.]
IN accordance with instructions from tl?
War Department, the ?oilov.-uij,'order i;
: promulgated to this com;:::.ml.
I Bv command of :.:r.j. Cen. MEADE.
? GEO. D. RCOOEKS, As: 'i Adj': (iun.
j WAU DEPARTMENT,
ADJUTANT U EN J. a AI'S turu-E.
Washington, .ba - If, l?,i5.
j SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 370.
lEriravt.}
# * * * *
I 17. By direction of thc President,' the fo?
i lowing officers are hereby ibidionoriihly uis
I missed the service ol' the Unheil State:
i with forfeiture of all pay and. allowances, i
dates sei opposile their respective name*
I for violation of orders and neglected" dnt>
I in alloieiu-g their regiments io disband, Um
i delaging Ititi jHiyrncr.t.-i nu i j't.a? <//.s mir',
j thereof, etnbarrt.st.iirj Ca- public sen'.eu, an
causing suffering and inconvenience io il,
enlisted pulu under their void rot-:
Colonel I. C. Edwards, 320 Miissaclmsctt
I Volunteers, July 1,1865.
[ Colonel W. S. liing, 4th Mahsaehmsfctt
Heavy Artillery, June zl, 1865.
j Coir.inanding Generals ol' Military Div
I siousand Department i will oro imitate tu
I order to laeir respective commands.
* * * *
I Rv order of the KceroUry of War:
E. D. TOWNSEND, A. A. G.
j Aug ir. _ __a
Headq'rs Dep't of L'onth Carolins
! HLLiTON HEAD, S. C., JrJ.Y lit),1S(?:>.
{.GENERAL ORDERS NO. J).
I'll in announced, for lor information ai
government ot this comniar.d, tliatBE'
j J AM IN F. PERRY, of South Carolina, h
j been appointed, by the President, i'l.c,
I sional Governor of the Suite ?f South Car
j lina, with authority and instructions, "
the earliest practicable period, to prcseril
; such rules and regulations as may be ncc,
I wary and proper for convening a Conventio
compos?e of delegates to be chosen bytli
portion of the people of . aid Male who-a
I loyal to'.lie United States, and un othci
] for tho purpose of altering or amen din i; t
Constitution thereof: and with authority
exercise, within thc limits of said State,
the powers necessary and properjjto enal
such loyal people ofthe State of South C
retina to restore said State to itacoustil
tional relations to the Federal Gevermnei
and to present such a Republican form
State Government ?is will entitle the St:
to the guarantee of the Dui ted States the
for, and its people tc protection by t
United States against invasion, infinrrecti
and domestic violence; provided, thal
any election that may hereafter bc held
I choosing delegate's to any State Convent]
. Pps! .; * ?
-i v
CjjtjjgejiHggaBiw mi ??? - i?? ?? mi ?? - i? IIIMI i MN
as aforesaid, no person shall be qualified as
an doctor, or shall bo eligible as a member
of such Convention, unless ho shall have
previously taken and subscribed tifo oath of
i amnesty, as set forth in the President's
proclamation of May 23, A. 13. 1805, aud is
a yotor qualified as prescribed by the Con?
stitution and Jaws -of. tho State of South
Carolina in force immodia.ely beforo the
seventeenth (17th) day of November, A. D.
1860, the date of tho eo-cahVd Ordinance of
S?ecssipu; und thc said Convention, when
convened, or the Legislature . that may be
thereafter assembled, will prescribe the
qualification of electors, and thc eligibility
of persons !o hold office under tho Consti?
tution ond*Taws of thc State, a power thc
people of thc several States composing thc
Federal Union heve rightfully exorcised
from the origin of tho Goveriimant to thc
present time." ?
Iv is, therefore, ordered, that all officer?
and other persons-in tho United Slate*
military service, within the State of South
Carolina, aid and assist Governor Perry ir
carrying into effect tho foregoing instruc?
tions, and they aro enjoiued to ?ibsta-iti
fruin. in any way, hindering, impeding oi
c. .raging fheioyal people of the Statt
from tuc organization ol'a stale Govern?
ment, iv? herein-above authorized and di?
rect- d.
j All ord; rs and instructions cow in ?pera
tiou throughout this Department, whethei
ema na til:':' iron: these headquarters, or iron
Headquarters Department of the South
that ar? not Inconsistent vith tho forfcgoiu*.
distinctly specified provision*of this order
will e uit.niiie in forceas heretofore, through
ont thc seit? of South Carolina.
Ev? ry needful facility for taking tho am
nesty will ho attorded by the militar
authorities, on forms heretofore snpplici
for l i ; :1 purpose.
H?*rcalt;cr l'i-ovost^Jarshals ami Assistan
Provost ?Marshals will constitute the onl;
militaryAii'.icers entitled t.? administer th'
anniest;, oath, a certified copy of whicl
will, in all eases, be famished lo tlc indi
vidual taking it. Thc original oaths willb
transiiijtu-d, ^onii-monthiy, by the office
r ad?viii.i.-tc.'ing the same, to the 1 Vu vos
j M irshal General ut these Headquarters, b
whom they will !?? recorded i.i book ker
f.'-r that purpose, ?nd then forwarded u.? tri
Secretary ol' State.
.Porsons applying for Executive elemcne
will seed their petition (with 1 cert:ti??
I copy .>f thc Ann?..itv l lat h att chid.) t.. th
' Eli-si.dont, through tho Provisional Gove]
nor ?it Greenville. Souiii Car dina.
" ii\ command of
Maj. Gen. <.>. A. GILLMORE.
Official: "vi". L. M. i?tutusn, A. A. G.
Au;,' Ki_ li
I Hdqrs. Dept. of South Carolina,
I HILTON HEAD, S. C., AUC.CST2, ItSKo.
I G EX ERA I. ORRERS, Xi>. lt.
jrit.lE following General Order-- from tl
I JL War Department, aro herein puhiisin
f. i the information of this conunand:
t WAI? DEPAUTMENT,
AIMUT.VXT i:K:aiiAi,'s on u r.
WASHINUTOX, JUIA 20, ist?.
GENERAL (HiHERS, Xo. 123.
I. Commanders of Military Dcpartmcr
ar.- authorized to grant le:;ves of ?b..en
t u- twenty <ii:v^ -,.> officers nerving und
them. A Division Commander may, on tl
recommendation of t ie Department Coi
mander, extend snob leave thirty da*.
Further oxtor.sion, ii recommended, mn
be forwarded for the decision of the prop
authority to the Adjutant-General of t
Army. In other respects, Article X>
<!. :H Regulations of thc Army, w
govern thc subject* of h aves of absence
office**.,
II. Division Commanders are aloin* s
thormed to discharged regimental effie?
. ;' volunteers who lender their rcsignatic
thrmtgu thc proper channels, according
existing regulations.
lil. Unless in cases of special assigumi
made In ord rs from inc Adiutant-Gencr;
Office, which w:l! in : bo changed with?
! antinirity :Vom th?- sanie conreo, Divisi
Coiuniainli'rs are authorized lo assign ?
nerai ai.?! staff ofiic rs, tm dnt\ under th?
j in such \va\ as chi.-ir services may he m
required.
I iv? Alon th ly Returns of Military Pep?
I meats will be sent direct to the Adjuta
General oi the Army ;MI<1 to Division He
quarters. Division Ret urns, except of
staff at lb nd??naHers, will not be_reqni
hy tho Adjutant-Gi en id of thc Arjny.
"Ev order of the Se? retan* of Wai*, '
' E. I). TOWNSEND, A. A. <
Rv command of
j "' MAJ. GEN. Q. A. GILLMOEI
W. T.. M. liuuuEU, A. A. G.
Official:
i T. D. HODOES, Capt.' 35th I". S. C. T.
ItOXD" LIFE llfii
H. E. NICHOLS, A-jent.
TT-tOIl thc following FIRST CLASS Ct
i PA?IES:.
Sew York Underwriter's Agencv,
Capital. i3,00()
. Homo Insurance Companv, New
Vori:. Capital..". 2,001'
International Insurance Compa?
ny, Nev York, Capital. ... ? .Ota
Cont tm ntal Insurance Companv,
N.-'-v York. Capital. ".. 3,001
Hartford Fire Insurance C-qin
. .ii,-. Hartford, Capita!. 2.00!
i Mvt ro'oolitan insurance Com
I puny. New York, Capital. LOM
i li?me Insurance C?->mpanv, Ra
I vannah, Capital.*. 2,001
I Pluenis Insurance Company,
Hartford, Cii(>itai.'.. 501
Columbia Insurance Company,
v New York; Capital. 501
New England Mutual Life Insu
rancc Company, boston. Capi?
tal ... 5,00
Now York Accidental Insurance Comp
insuring against all accidents.
With several other well known and i
blc companies, the aggregate ea
anioui-1 ing to over 120,000,000. Risks t
in any one spot to amount, of ?200.000.
Office No. H bryce's Row, Columbia,
Aug 13 _ ___i
" ADAMS, FROST & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S.' C.,
4 RE prepared to sell COT TON or
J\. DUCE in Charleston, New Yoi
Liverpool, as may bc most* advantag
iirui :.i mn 1:?^ libera I advances on con
meats to them. Tiley will furnish'pla
as far as possible the usual facilities.
I Aug 8 ji>
J9LUC?IOII Sales.
JET
JFaraiiure, CA'.zss an?d Crockery.
By Jacob Lei in.
On THURSDAY MORNING, at my store,
?t IO o'clock, I will Bell
A variety ol' FURNITURE, in good order,
among which aro: Walnut Side bo a;-d with
Marble Top. Dross Bureau of same. Wash?
stand of same, Extension Table six Leaves,
Cane Seat Settee and Chairs to match;
with a variety of other articles.
Aug 16 2 _
CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK.
ATLANTIS SO?ST
Line!
^^A- ?i 'ERE ECW i',TPt
?BkSrClv- l i\ class steamt r MO
4 ?F?ME?2!^ NEK A, Charlea P.
?fSifc . v\*^v~T&v\\ Marshman, Com
.?t^?^fir*RVV* '?ander.
..Jg^^uS^^fT Steamer CAJI
Bah b. Commander,
Will leave Charles Wa, S. C., direct for
New York, alternately, THURSDAYS each
week.
For freight ?.;. passage-having hondroine
State Room accommodations-apnly to
V. A. WILCOXSON, Agent, ' *
Orangelrarg, S. C.
ARCHIBALD GETTX & CO..
12.1 and 12S Moorbig st... Charleston, S. C.
LIVINGSTON. FOX A CO., Agents.
Aug 15 2mo New York.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
AND
SOM, MIBSH?MTS5
12.; und 123 Meeting Stree:,
< HARLESTON, S. C.
F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent.
Orangcburg, i;. C.
EDMUND A. SOUDER .V CO.;
Philadelphia, Penn.
LIVINGSTON. FOX A CO.". A;:> nis,
New Y..rk.
??; LIBEB \f. ADVANCES made on CON?
SIGNMENTS. _Aug JO 2wo*
A GREAT WANT SUPPLIED!"
NEWS FROM ALL QUARTERS.'
THE PHCBHEC
PUBLISHED
At the Capital of South Carolina.
COLIT' M 131 A.
THE BAILY PHOfitX,
ISSUED everv morning except Sun.hiv, is
tilled with the LATEST NEWS, (bv tele?
graph, ne ds. otc_) EDITORIAL, CORRES?
PONDENCE, MISCELLANY, POETRY,
STORIES, ?tte. This is the only daily paper
in the St al cunt side cf the city of Charleston."
Thc Tri-Weekly Phoenix,
For country circulation, is published every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and has
ail the reading matter of interest contained
in thc daily issues of the week.
VteEKtY GLEANER,
A HOME COMPANION
As i:s name indicates, is intended as a
FAMILY JOE UNAL.and > published every
Wednesday. It will contain Eight Pages,
of Fortv Columns. Thc cream of thc News.
Miscellany. Tales., etc., oi thc Daily and
Tri-wceklv will be found in its columns.
TERMS"-IN VARI ABLY IN ADVANCE.
Daily, one yera-.?IO vO
.l ' three months. :l 00
|Tri-Weekly, one year. 7 00
t .. .? three months. 2 00
Weekly, mw .v ar. 1 00
' three months. 1 25
! Advertisements inserted in the Daily or
j Tri-Weekly at ?1 a square for the llrst in
1 seri ion. and 75 cents for each subsequent
[ inser? ion. Weekly advertisements il a
tpiare '-very insertion.
JOB WORE,
Sneh as HAND-BILLS, CARDS, CIRCU?
LARS, SHIN-PLASTERS, .etc., uxccutcc'
promptly and at reason?me rates.
JULIAN A. SKM1V,
July 31 Publisher and Proprietor.
Wm, H. Talley,
Attorney (it Laio cud Solicitor in Equity,
HAS resinned the practice of his profes?
sion in Columbia and the Districts ad?
jacent. During the rebuilding of hie office
-No. 1 Law Wange-he may be'found at
Rev. Na Talley's residence, corner of Ger
.aiu lind Pickona streets. Aug 12 }3*
Charleston Advertisements;
"Fins ?M Mmm
Insurance Agency !
TUPPER & LANE
163 MEETIN G ?'21;, CHARLESION, S. C,
REPRESENT thc following first-clas.".
companies:
uREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COM?
PANY, OF NEW YORK.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
NEW YORK.
PHOENIX FIRE INSURANCE COMP'NT,
OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
With aggregate cash capital of EIGHT
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Risks taken on all descriptions of pro?
perty on reasonable terms, and losses
promptly settled. , *
s. ?. TUPPER. A. A. LANE. -
Aug 14 _26
J. H. JBAGGETT & CO.,
VurtoiH und Commission Merell ;i ll ty,
' A ix;Errs so urn wu.A RE,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
SELL in this -Market, or ?-.hip to New York
. or I tverpool, both Long and Short Sta?
ple COTTON.* Liberal advances on ship
nioiits, and returns made in gold or trea
surv cotes. :>s instructed.
J! H. RAGGETT. E. M. SPEIGHTS.
_Aug 8 26
C. Chichester,
UEA?. ESTATE KROKKI'.
18 BROAD STREET. CHARLESTON.
4 GENT for the purchase ami salo of
i\ REAL ESTATE in any of the Southern
Mates.
For the REPAIRING! RENTING, &c, of
city property.
Owners of property in Chnrloston, un?
avoidably detained in the up country,"can
have their property taken rare of and
promptly attended to by sending to above
a Rower of Attorney, to assume control of
thc same, until the owner's return. Infor?
mation as to the condition nf property in?
jured by shells, and otherwise, wit* proba?
ble expense of repairing, s< nt on application,
ii ?'- Wanted to purchase, for parties
seeking investment of Real bistate, in Smith
Garolitia^r-everal PLANTATIONS, in work?
ing order, in th. upper.portion of thc State.
Aug 8 26
Willis & Chisoim,
Factors, Commission Merchants.
A ND SHIPPI NG A G EN*TS.
OFFICK, jni.t-S HOCSF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
v. v. u.i.TS. A. ir. ciiisoi.M.
"VJCTILL attend to thc purchase, sale and
Y\ siiipaienf (to foreign and domestic .
ports) of COTTON, RICE, LUMPER,
NAVAL STORES; to the coUectionof Drafts,
Purchase and Sale of nil Securities. Con?
signments of Vessels solicited.
KEFEUS TO:
Mot srs. John Fraser & Co., Charleston.
S. C.
Messrs. Geo. W*. Williams <v Co.,- "
.Messrs. George A. Hopley A Co..
s-hb .-. Esq., Augusta, Gn.
'.'. S. Meg, alf. Esq.,
Messrs. Clark, Dodge & Co., New York.
Messrs. Murrav & Nephew, " "
Messrs. E. W. Clark & Co., Philadelphia,
Penn.
Messrs. Pendergast, Fenwick A Co., Bal
timore, Md.
Messrs. Samuel Harris it Sons. Baltimore,
M_d._Aug 8 26
STATE "BONDS MD B. R. BONDS
BONDS OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA.
Bonds of the State of Georgia.
Roads of the State of South Carolina.
Ronus (d' thc State of North Carolina.
Ronds ol'thr State of Tennessee.
Bonds of the State of Virginia.
AESO,
Memphis :n;?'. Charleston Railroad Bonds.
Memphis ?mci Charleston Railroad Coupons.
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock.,
Apply to WM. B. HERIOT & CO.,
Bankers and General Agents.
No. ?'? ?viiig street, Charleston, S. C.
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THA?>l>Ktuf> S'I'KKET,
C0111SS10.\ MERIMXT,
74 EAST BA Y, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
"VITTER give attention to thc forwarding
VV of C( >TTON to New York and Europe,
and will receive and forward goods from
abroad consigned to parties in the interior
of this State. Advances made on produce
consigned to Arthur Lean', Esq., New York.
A ii ll stock of GROCERIES always bu hand
pud for salo at tin- lowest market rates.
Kay Brothers' SUPERIOR FAMILY SOAP,
in "quarter, half and whole boxes, can bo
shipped in anv quantity at factorv prices.
July :U i:t '_;_
SOIREES ?ND INSTRUCTION
YOUNG Ladies and Gentlemen in
?Columbia aro respectfully informed
that Mr. F. T. STRAWINSKI will give
^DANCING SOIREES, at the.old College
Chapel, on every TUESDAY, THURSDAY
and SATURDAY EVENING, with correct
instruction.of all the dances.
The first Soiree will commence on thc 22d
of August, at 8 o'clock p. m., with a band of
music, of this city, and refreshments at Mr.
McKenzie's prices. "Admission, one dollar
each. Aug 15 jo
Fresh Groceries, &c?
AFRESH SUPPLY of GROCERIES just
opened, and for sale aslcheap as can be
had in the city, for cash or barter for coun?
try produce and provisions. Call and seo
before purchasing elsewhere, as my object
is to sell low and**'ready .sale and short
prolite."
I will also attend, with despatch, to tho
sales of any PROVISIONS that may be for?
warded to mo, and account fo.- or remit its.
ordered. GEO. L. PRATT,
Assembly street, one door from Richland.
Aug 10 *3*
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