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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. R. OATHCART, Bonoa.
CATHC?RT, McMILLAii & MORTON,
DJo. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
6INQLE 00PIE8.S cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.Scents
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
? THE H.IST OF LETTERS re
muinirifc in. the Postoffioe at the ?nd
of euoh week is p*arjlish?B<-l officially
In THE DAILY l^?K^VS every Fri
It was reported that Sir Edward Bulwer
Lytton was to be raised to a peerage at? Lord
Tho little craft "lied, While and Blue" was
spokon on tho 11th instant, thirty-flvo milos eaBt
by-BOuth from Barnegat.
It ia statod that Commander Mauiiv is abont to
bt? attached to the French navy as chief of the
The Indian council at Fort Laramio has broken
tip. It was a completo failure, tho Indiana re
fusing to make peace upon their own terms.
II is thought that Col. CloudJ or Gov. Craw
foiid, of Kansas, will succcod'tho late Senator
Lane in the Senate.
It ia stated that the Cabinet is to be recast,
Messts. SEWAnD and McCoLLOuon only retaining
The reason given by Governor Holden for not
signing tbo call for a convention of tho Southern
loyalists is, that ho does not desire to connect
himself with any entangling alliances.
The bondsmen of Head-centre Stephens, in the
suit of P. H. Ben not, at Boston, on Saturday, sur
rendered tho latter to the constable, and he wbb
committed to jail. Late in the evening other se
curities were procured, and he wab released.
Goncrals Steedman and F?llerton loft Galvos
ton for New Orleans on Thursday la?t. They have
visited portions of tho interior of this State, and
express satisfaotim with the former and present
management of tho Froedmen'a Bureau.
A new mode of smuggling foreign tobacco has
been diacovered by the Custom House authorities
in Paris. Some large blocks of stone, weighing
about a hundred weight, having arrived from
Switzerland, it was found, on inspection, that thoy
were hollow, and that they wero stuffed full of
segara of tho tiuost brands.
Shipments of fractional currency wero mado
last week by the Treasury Department amount
ing to $303,200; of which $100,000 was forwarded
to tbo Assistant Treasuror at Philadelphia, and
the remainder to different NationalBanks through
out the country. The amount issii'd by the
printing division of the dopartment during the
same time was $243,200, and the amount redeem
We are happy to learn that a very favorable
change has taken place in the condition of Bishop
Early. Ho is now able to leave hia room and en
joy his meals with his family. He doea not suffer
nearly eo much pain, and seems to be rapidly re
covering from his injuries. Tho entire commu
nity will gratefully accept tho mercy of Providenco
which restores the veuorable divine to a life of
The sympathies of the Queen of England must
be strangely divided in the contest on the conti
nent. The husband of her oldest daughter com
mands a division of tbe Prussian army, in which
^rjear relatives of her late husband occupy promi
nent positions, fbe husband of her second
daughter bas a command iu the Austrian army.
Prince Tech, just married to tbe Princess Mary
of Cambridge, has accepted a command in the
Austrian army, and eets out for the seat of war,
with liia bride, before the honeymoon is half over.
Arizona, which has been popularly supposed to
be, except in a few isolated spots, a barron waste,
incapable of producing anything except a few
mesquite bushes, and now and then a pitahaya or
two, has been discovered to be good for some
thing. According to tho report of Major Uur
fxbld, Unitod States Marshal for that territory,
the poppy ia indigenous to certain portions of it.
It is said that it may be cultivated for the purpose
of manufacturing opium, and that tho yield is
?uffi ctently great to make tl?o returns immensely
No new National BaukB were established last
weok. Tbe total number now in operation is 1654,
the last one authorized to commence business be
ing the Kittanning National Bank of Pennsylvania,
without circulation. Up to the present time cir
culating notes amounting to $284,506,070 have
been issued to these institutions, of which sum
$939,070 was issued last week. The following se
curities tor National Banks are held by tho United
States Treasurer : For circulating notes, $219,
616.50; for Government depoBitB in public deposi
tories, $38,123,600; making the total amount of
seeuritiee hold at $38,343,010.50,
Tbo Alexandria Gamite ol the Uthius'ant saya:
*'Tlife corps of engineers who havo located tho
Alexandria Road were in this oity yesterday, and,
in conjunction with tbe oontraotore, wore perfect
ing arrangements by which to comtnouco the
work of construction on the first seventeen milo
Of tho road, or that portion of it between thia city
and Mount Vernon, on'or about tho 20th iustant.
It ?b thought that tbe lino run.along the banks of
tbe river ?ill bo abandoned, and that what it?
called the interior lino will be adopted us tho route
of the road Tho bridge over Hunting Cn ok will
bo compoaed of tremi? work and situated juot
east of tbo prisent wagon bridge over th.. t arm
of tho river. Twolvo months, it is contemplated,
will elapso ik-foro tho entire mad will l^o iu running
The Odd Fellows o? Now Orleans have deter
mined to r< Imihl their temple on tho old site. The
hall burned down wbb Completed and ocenpiod
April 36, 1852, a little over fourteen yoars ago. Ii
cost the rouud sum or $226 000. in the daya.?vh< n
money wat? gold and mlvt r, including the ground
and furniture. It was ineurod in the city iusui
anoe effioes for only $05,000. though some ot the
Lodges wer? partially insured for their furniture
and rogalia. Eightoon Lodges, four Encamp
monts, Grand EncarnpmontB and Grand Lodges,
I. O. O. F., had thoir regular mcotingB in this
building; aleo, acvoral Masonic Lodges, tho
Druids, and other large, woll-kuown and flonrish
iug aocioti08. They all lost overything. Not a
parti?lo of furniture, aud uouo of tho valuablo
regalia wero saved. It was Iho moat popular hall
in tho city for largo asaoniblics.
*sV A'.l communications Intended for pvblicaUon U.
this journal must be addresse.d to Ihe Editor oi
the Daily News, No. 18 flayr.e-slreet, Charleston,
S. C. Business Communications to Publisher o>
We cannot undertake tc return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with ttie cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 18GC.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 13.
Headquarters, State of South Carolina, '}
FmST SEr-AIlATE BRIGADE, >
Charleston, 8. C, July IG, 18GG. )
[General Orders No. 13.]
Ro much of Genoral Ordors No. 9, current
series, theBO Hoadquartcrs, as regarda tho estab
lishment of a prison on tho Ishind, and prohibits
tho salo of liquors to freodmon, is hereby revoked,
tho ohject for which tho order was issued having
By command of JJrcvct Mai.-Gen. R. K. Scott.
H. W. SMITH,
Brevet Lieut.-CoL and Assistant A.?ljt.-Gon.
Official : E. W. EVE1?80N,
Brevet Maj. and A. D. C.
For the information of suoh of our readorB
as may bavo forgotten "so much of General
Orders No. 9," dated Juno 29, 18GG, we re
publish the part alluded to:
III. A prison will be established f??r all porsons
of color convicted of snob crimes as aro not puu
ishablo by death, ou one of tho islands, whero em
ployment can ho furnished, and all convicts will
be compelled to Ubor from gunriijo until sunset,
under control of such guarda as will insaro their
safety. Auy person couvicted of soiling spirituous
hquors to a fruedman without a pormit from some
officer having coutrol, will bo fined in any sum
not lees than twenty dollars, nor moro than ono
hundred dollars, for any offenco of which he may
ThiB order, diecountenanoing vagrancy on
tbe part of the freedmen, and restraining
designing persons of either race from taking
ad vantngo of negroes, drugging them -with
bad whiskey, and tben eithor robbing and
swindling them? or inciting them to Borne deed
ofdarknesB?waB hailed by all right-think
ing persons in our community, as the dawn
of a better day. We eaw numbers of colored
portion h in this city who wore even more
pleased with it than the whites. They felt
the great injustice done their entire race by
tho riotous disposition and ohronic idlenoBS
of the vagabond freedmen, that aro a curso to
the oity. From the publication of this order
they augured a better era.
We never for a moment-dreamed that the
tenor of the order eould be misunderstood, or
tbat its objoot eould be mistaken. It ap
pears, however, that General S?:ott thought
otherwise. A day or two afterwards, we
learned that a "circular" wub being dis
tributed among the colored populutinn of the
city, of which the following ?b a copy :
HEAL QUARTERS, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, i
Charleston, 8. C, July 3, 166G. J
For the purpose of coirecting misapprehension
on the part ol tho colored peuple, as to tho object
of Par. III., General Orders No. 9, Headquarters,
State, of South Carolina, to restrict tho sale ol
spirituous liquors to freedmen, it is not tin- iuton
tion to make distinction between tho whito and
colored citizens; but the General commanding,
having no control over tbe while people, ho could
not extend the order to includo them. Nor was it
tbe intention to doprivo colored citizone, who are
keeping respectablo places of amusement or
saloons, from continuing tbe same; and at tho
proper time all restrictions will be removed that
affect suoh places, hut will bo enforced against
those who keop a class of houses where druuken
nead and other kinds of vice ia practiced to the in
jury of the colored peoplo as a class. All good
and well-disposed people will see tho necessity of
the order being properly enforced. Such orders'are
nevor required for respectable mon. but the
vicious should feel the restrictions placed upon
their desires to do wrong.
It has been noticed with regret that a class of
white men stand upon the corners of the streets
and other public pi ices, and spit upon tbo
dresses of tho wives aud daughters of respectarlo
colored citizens as they pass by. The continuance
of this moat insulting and outrageous practice
should be stopped at once; and 1 think it is only
necessary to bring it to tbo not ico of the City
Authorities to insure thoir interference to protect
this class of their citizens from outrages so dis
It is my sincero wish, for tho good of all, that
mutual protection should exist among all the
people of the Slate. To accomplish this object,
all must exercise forbearance and a just conside
ration for tbo rights of each other to securo a con
dition bo desirable iu every community.
It. K. 8COTT,
Brevet Msjor-General Commanding.
Now, supposing that thoro were sorao
colored porsons, with intellects so obtuce, as to
nood a "correction of a misapprehension," iu
regard to this ordor, what was tho object of
the Becond purngraph of tho "circular" ? Of
course wo know it could not have beeu intend
ed to excite ill-feeling, and array tbo ono
raoe againBt tho othor. But why is it hero ?
If such offences occur, why not instruct tho
police totuuke arrest, and bring tbe offenders
before tho Provost Court, aud have them pun
ished ? Why put; it in a private ciroulav to
nogroes rather than publWh it, so that the
transgressors, knowing that their ungentle
manly conduor has been obBorved, may tuko
warning and desist.
We confess wo cannot aooount for tho said
paragraph. It has puzzled us for over two
weeks. The question ?Bnotwhcthor tho fnct
there assumed ia true or not, we now only
?peak of tbo propriety of placing it where it
Btnudt?, and circulating it privately amdhg
tbo colored p<*oplo. Wo fool ntsurod the
distinguished officer, whose nnme is t-ignod to
the circular, did not fully reflect on tho pos
sible ooiisoquences of this document.
But now thai the order that gave rif-o to it
?8 revoked, we hope General Scott will re
call liis circular also. Tho poison being
removed, there is nolouger uoy ocueeion for
the antidote. *-.
In thisconnection wo would take oosaeion
to remark that our observations are not intend
ed to reflect upon the integrity and poreonal
motivo of General Scott. We beliove bim to
bo a vory fair and candid man, and not at all
disposed to impose any unnecessary evils
upon tbo community. But wo think bis
judgment has been eomowbat at fault. Wo
would also tuko occasion to say that wo learn
from tbo General that tho remarks quoted hb
his in our ycstorday'B ?fsuo in roforenco to our
loyalty was not corrootly reported by tho cor
respondent of tho Now York*.Times, that bo
mado no suoh assortion, nor was tho roport in
nccordunco with hiB viows.
* ? ?
GENERAL CHANT'S LAST ORDER.
Wo havo been looking ovor our Soutborn
exchanges, endoavoring to learn tho public
sentiment in regard to General Grant's last
ordor. Our roadors may remember tbo or
der iu question, but that thoy may again
bo possessed of its bearing, wo present it be
Headquarters of TnE Army, )
Adjutant-General's Office, \
Washington, July 1, 1801. \
[General Order No. 44.]
Department, district and post commanders, of
States lately in tobellion. are hereby diroctedto
arrest persons who havo been or may hereafter bo
charged with tho commission of crimes and of
fences against officers, puente, citizens aud inhab
itants of tho United S'.ates, irrespective of color,
in cases when the oivii authorities havo failed to
arrest and brine :-uch parties to trial, and to do
tain them in mili'ury confinement until t-uch time
as a proper judicial tribunal may bo ready and
willing to try them. A strict and prompt enforce
ment of this order is roiuirod.
Bv command of 1 ieutonant-Gcneral Grant.
(?Ng'ned) E. V. TOWNBEND, A. A. G.
A Nashville exchange says that tho order
''is oapablo of a oonstruotion which would
lead to a wido latitude of military arrest for
all imaginable offence?, and implies that
there was a general distrust of the civil au
thorities in the 'States lately in rebellion.' "
So it seems to ue.
If in thoso ''States lately in rebollion" the
civil authorities fail to arrest persons guilty
of "crimes and offences" against any class of
persons, the authorities bave done wrong, and
suoh eivil officers should be deprived of their
commissions and expelled from office. Wo
can testify that, so far ns wo have yet seen or
hoird, we have learned of no evidence that
any mch officer in the "States lately in rebel
lion", has failed to arrest suoh persons upon
proper complaint, under the laws of tbe
States where such offences have been com
mitted. General Grant furnishes none. Ho
issues a "gonoral order" which may or may
not be justified, and tbo whole American peo
ple must accept it, whether just or unjust. To
say tho vory least, this ia a new way of pro
ceeding in the dispensation of justice between
man and man. If there was a foundation for
it at all, it was in the fact that some one or
more of tho persons in the "States lately in
rebellion" havo failed in their duty. The law
iu suoh oases would bo the dismissal of the
delinquent in the manner prescribed by law,
and the appointment of another in his place.
To this we would have no objeotion.
If, however, wo understand the purport of
General Grant's order, it ?b to take the ju
dicial functions out of the hands of tho oivil
tribunals and place them in the hands of the
military?not that the military should pro
ceed to trial, but that this branoh of the Gov
ernment shall supervise and judge of when
the oivil shall corrootly perform its duty. In
case tbe military is dissatisfied with tbe man
ner in whioh tho oivil authority disoharges
its functions, it shall step in and take charge
of the parties against whom if may have com
plaint, and hold such parties in custody until
civil tribunals are obtained that will try and
administer the punishment which the com
MANbEft? OP districts and posts may ad
judge DUE AND PROPER.
What else, we would respectfully ask, does
the order mean, when it says, in oases where
the oivil authorities have failed to arrest,
"department, district and post commanders
shall arrest and detain in military confine
ment until such time as a proper judicial tri
bunal shall be ready and willing to try them" ?
Who is 4,0 be tho judge in the ease? Who
shall detormine when a crimo has boen com
mitted, or when it bos been properly tried
and punished? Unquestionably tbe "depart
ment, district and post oommandore." They
aro not to try the matter themcelves, nor ro
for it to court-martial or military commis
sions, but to apprehend every porson whom a
post commandant may fancy to be going "ud
wbipt of justice," and hold bim in S military
dungeon until that post commandant is satis
fied that thore is a tribunal which will give
such punishment as the post commandnnt muy
fanoy to be ju6t and proper. We know not
how more completely tho orimiual law of the
land could be wrested from the oivil and
turned over to. tbe military jurisdiction. It
is a reversal, as the Nashville Union and
American juBtly Bayp, of the rules of peace,
and a resort to the rules of open, flagrant
Has anything occurrod iu the entire South
that justifies this order ? We are not at war,
and General Grant, if no one else, ought to
know it. We are loth to helieve that he is
nware of the fu 1 foroe and effeot his ord >r
will have at the South ; but it is bo worded
that it will be mado the instrument, in the
hands of many who are vested with a "little
brief authority," for placing the military
ovor all other power in the Southern Stales.
We uro Bure that whatever ronsoa induced it
wniimoroly local ; and in euch oase it should
havo heen "sp?cial" iuHtead of "general " We
hope it may bn m >difioii to this extent; and if
not, wo have a right t? km-w the reasons
which required so sweeping an imputation
I--L* -'nnt tbe entire peuple aud judiciary A/t the
WANTED, A WHITE WOKIAV TO
WASH anil mnko boret-lf gonei ally uHoful. AddIv
No. SCREEN STREET. vv*
July 19_ i*
WANTED TO ?HUB, A SMALL. HOUSE,
containing 4 rooms. AtltlrcBs A. 11., Connor
OiUce, HtJi?in?; rent, location, fco. July n
WANTKI), A WOMAN. WIIITK OR ?oYT
OHKD. to cook and ? n-h for u lomlly 1?, b
enintry. Ai-ply at the Drag Stoio of I? II. ICKLLF.'.H
_ CO., No. 131 MceiiDK-BtrtHt. tlis2 .inly IB
W1NTRD-AOOOD UiSH sncKR,
for ?no of the City Churches. Addro-n "OB?
O?N," at till* office. 2? _ July 1?
AW uni. I'llltTKK Kill A UltOOEHV
Store wan ei" ; one who in accimtomofl to too busi
ness, and is Willing to woik. None others nerd apply.
A Ueriean pieierred. Apply at No. ?69 KINU-STHtET.
Jn y 18_2
WAIVTKD, BYA WHITE W?>.HAN, A
situation as Chambormald, can also attend tochll*
dreu and do hom-ew.irk, and i-i willing to tunke hersclt
generally ns??ful Apply at No. 26, Sllui-, corner 11KE
AND A8HLKY STREETS._July f?
WANTED, BV AMIUJIU MlN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesnlo or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has nomo koo.vlo'lgo of tho Dry Good?,
and a thorough knowledge of the tlrocc-y Rtisiucss, hav
ing been in that business on his own account. He will
study the Interest of his employer, and In willing to
make himself genorally useful. Salary no objoot. Dost
of references furnished. Address "F." through tho
Post?nico, or apply at this offlco. Juno 11
L08T, STOLEN, &o.
BR.OK.ftN ?AKT.?PICKED UP A RAPT
OK i.OU' EU. on Sa'urday morning, in tho mouth
o FoBter Crook, by Captain ot tho sloop Ark, and Und*
cd o?i Marshall's Wharf. . Ik? owe or i-nii have th? Bamo
by proving property, paying expenses, ou d taking It
owny. oAl-J'. T. BAYLEu.
?JUA /"V REWARD_THE ABOVE REWARD
fit) _ \J will bo paid for tho recovery of aHMAiL
ENGLISH CO ?Phh'S GOLD WATCH, single case,
silver faco, back cngrnvod, manufactured and sold by
Haydcn & Gregg; lost last fvcnlng In ChrUtmau'e
store, or between Llborty and Goor e slroots.
Jowelors aro requested to stop the samo if offered for
salo. Apply at this office. 3 July 19
LOST. PHOftl CHARLESTON ?S? SA VAN.
NAH RAILROAD WHARF, A CYPRESS CANOE
Hi)at, about eighteen foot long (has had a large piece
broken out of tho stern and shows tho repairs) A 11b
enil reword offered for the same. Apply at THIS OF
July 19 _thstuO
I OST, A ML.VKA-MOUNTED MEEK
j SCHAUJI PIPE; aupposou to havo been loft In tbe
re?r coach ol tho Northeastern Railroad yesterday. Tho
finder will bo liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
the office of the Charleston Hotel._Juno 26
MU L. K 8TULEIV_?? DOLLARS RE
WARD.?Stolen from my stablo, at Dauner's
Cross Roads, Si James' Goose Greek Parish, on Tues
day niRht, Juno 20th, a LIGHT DAY HORSE MULE,
abort 12 years old, in good .condition. ??aid Mulo Is
about 13 hands hhtli, and has white hair about tin? head
indicating age. Tho Mule was seen in the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
bight ol tho robbery, going in the direction of the Dor
chester road, with a now brldlo 911, which was takon
with the Mule. A reward of $26 will bo paid for lnior
matlou loidlnu to the recovery of tho Mule, and an ad
ditional reward wlU bo given for ovldence sufficient to
convict the thief. Address tho undersigned, at Dan
ner'a OroBB RoadB, or at the Courier Offlco. Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
FOR SALK, ATKN-HORSERTATIO-WARY
> NU 1 NE AND BOILElt, now running, and somo
Shafting and Pulleys. Apply at this affiee.
July 19_ 8*
FOR SALE.?A GRIST HULL, WITH FOUR
Horse Engine attached. Apply at No. 80 BEAU
FAIN-STREET, two uours west of Bullcduo.
FOR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL, NEW A\D
FAST-BAILING YACHT, thirty-seven feet long, 8
fi ot beam, copper fastened; can accommorJate from
twenty to twenty-five persons. Hur carrying capacity
boing largo, abo Is well adapted for trading purposes,
being of light draft. Can be seon at the wharf, near
N01 tlif.-isUirn Itiiilr. ail.
Ter s?Half casta; and balance in sixty or ninety
days, on approved security. Fo> further particulars, ap
ply to EUAU-iH k MaLLONEE,
At tholr Planing Mill, near N. E. Railroad.
FOR SALE, A HIOSTDBSIIIABI-K PAltfll
of 50 acres, about three miles below Greenville C.
11 , and only a short dis anco from Dean's O. R., where
the cars will stop for passengers. Upon tbe place is a
very nice DWELLING HOUSE of 6 rooms, all with firo
ji'aees, pantry and fine p azza; ample servants' accom
modations; store bouses and slahleB; an orchard of
choice finit tries, and good vegetable garden ; a delight
ful well of water. About 20 acres under cultivation
and 20 In original wood land.
Terms cash. Address:
MRS. E B. FULLFR.
July 18_2?_Greenville 8. 0.
LOTS AT RIKE1ISV1LLE ?ONELuTOP
LAND, situated on King-street R ad, in too most
flour, ?fcipg por ti?>q o? the village o? Rikeravjiie- front
on ?lug-street, 100 feet; Sklrvin-sireet, 149 feet; Lemon
stre? t, 600 feet* Prlce-atreet, COO feet, mote or lees; with
a large building 8ux?u. Sbede, ho., he.
The above will be sold ? itli or without the buildings.
SIX LOTS near tbe abov??, fronting on throe streets;
ground high and dry. Apply at
July 17_6_No. 0 RAD0L1FFE-8TREET.
TAR'AND TURPENTINE WORKS POR
SALE.?Two Kilns, one 16 bbl. Still, 3 Copper
Condensers, 1 Force Pump, and all machinery necessary
for the manufacture of Tar and Turpentine. The ma
chinery Is nearly new. For terms, Ac, address R. E.
GRAVES h CO.. Beaufort, 8. 0. 13 July 7
STKI'IIKV OWKNS, ESQ,.,
IB ADMITTED A PARTNER IN OUR ?1RM, DATING
irom May 1st, 18G6. GKO. W. CLARK h CO.
? OPAHTMKRSIIIP COTICE.
THE UNDBRBP.NED HAVING THIS DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tbe style of SHEPHERD,
liim h COHEN, for mannfa luring TINWARE of all
descriptions They will also deal In Stoves, Grates and
House Furnishing Goods, at No. 423King-atrect, Charles
ton, B. O.
FR-.NOI8 H DUO.
July 1st, 18?0. MoDUFtf COHEN.
July 17 lmo*
HERET"FOHEEX 8T1NG BETWEEN JOHN KP.NI
FIcK and A. ?). BAllBoT, in carry mir ou a Drug
HuhIiio-h at No. 48 Uroad-a loe.t, bus boeu dissolved by
the death ol the fur tu er.
1 he business will be lioronftnr conducted by tho
unilerslgnod, under tbe name of GEDDINGS k BAB
BOT. Dr. J. F. H. UEDDINOS.
July 16_0_A. U. BARBOT._
COPAIITNK- ?IIP NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
has this day dissolved, iccoruing to ait leles of agree
ment. (Signed.) Eaki.kh AUSTIN.
CHARLE* H. ALBEE.
THE UND Kl? SIO* ED
HA8 ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
ASD O LABS BD-?INB-?a, Mr GEOKUE W. WAR
ithN. The business will be eafu-r be conducted in tbe
name of ALBEE h WARREN. No. 42 MARKEl'
oTREK r. CHARLE? H. ALuEE.
DISSOLU I IO V.
THE FIRM OF 11 imi-ii AND HA8ELL IS THIS DAY
dissolved by mutual consent.
The business wl?l liercnfer be conducted bv O. E.
HUGKR. who is authorized to si-ttio tbe aflairB of the
BKSTLE? DRHASKf.L. ) Oeno"1 P*"lnC?*
M. K JtBUP k CO., Special Partners.
'piIE COPARTNh.? SHIP UfcRttTOFORB EXISTING
1 in this my. under the firm of 1 k or KS .?, ?ai.as,
w.ih iIIhm ivcd on Id April la?t, by written agreemaiit.
El'her partner, or their attorney, will ei^n In liquidation
omy. A. 0. Da? OITE-I.
F. P. B.vLiS.
Charleston, July 8, 18GC.
THE UND*-RSIGN-^D WILL CONTINUE THE BU3I
NESd nuder tue name and at?Jo 01 8 \ L*8 * 1 O.
F. P. 8 A LAS,
Per Attorney, it. BALA-4.
^t?a?_ <* -v? A ? -Ht* ?. * **'? a?_.*?i'__ 11,
7)?J?t tenane?.-?iwoodertniSEWlNU MACHlMa
ht-onlt tntAv ?MiM?nieO, AO~ree? SUavV _ ?LA?B
D 1 jaj?r 1 MaiB. ttai?iuiuo-u t*
t'.viiw kilwinniivg loduk, no. 4,
A. V. M
THE REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION Or'
thU Lodge win bo hold at Masonic Hall, on J'his
(Thursday, Evening, 181b Hist., at 8 o'clock.
By ordor ol tho W. M. XUOS. A. FULLER,
Jnl> 10_ I hoerotary.
IIOl'K KIKIC Kit INK COMPANY.
ATTBAD A liEOlir.AK M iNTIILV M BRI NO 0*
jour Company Thi; livening, at tho Lui'liie House-,
at 8 o clock.
Ily ordor. DE LA M >TT.V CANTER,
?Iu,y I'-? 1 Kecrotary H. F. K. 00.
N IAO A K A PIKM KIfOI\M ' Ifl-11? \ IVY No 8,
A M EXTRA MEBTINOOF YO It COMPANY WILL
Vt hrUi attlio Kugln? lloum. This Evening, at 8
O clock. Ile punctual, ,-is linkup?., ol iuiiiorlonce will
be brouuht up loi jour eonsiil, r iti'>u.
f?. "V''1'' J. M. IIJLLOWAY,
Ju|y '3 _1* Hecretary.
TO RENT, &c.
TO IlKNT, A THURK STORY WOUDDR
HOUSE, No. in Moiitiguo-^trout, near Plttstreot,
containing six erpiaro rooms. lar?o pautry. dressing
rnOOa?, gas, ciato, n, ami all ntic? mrv outbuildings.
Rent $800. Apply to H. H. DkLEON. No. .-2 Broad
street_1 _July jij
IMi RENT. THAT THKKK AN? A HALF'
. STORY DBIOX HOD8E, No. 70 Auaon-Blrcet, op
posite St. btepbeu'M Cbapel, containing "ixKiiuaroroome
and two attics with drosalng ruoma attached. Peases
slon given immediately. Apply to
NATI1.?N k OTTOLESOTJ1,
Soutbwcat corner Meeting and Wontvrorth-BtrcctB.
July 19_ thsmwfS
TO K.BNT, COOL AND DELIGHTFUL
8DMMI.Il APARTMEN I'H, unfurnished, and
without Board, In tbo Hii >tt M imiou, on Oeorgo-utrcot,
between Mooting and Anaon streets.
July 10 ' tutharu***
TO RKNT-UY OAUitlKL DeWlTT-A
comfortable two and a half Btory DWELLING in
Sumrnorvillp, on a Lca?e ol six or twelve months. Ap
ply to above, at northwest coiner of King and Spring
BtroetR. July 13
LOUIS COHEN HA-t REMOVED FROM No. 2?
KINO STREET to No Hi, ono door south of his
old stand, for one month, whim the aboso is undergoing
repairs. July 10
MESSUC. ALBEE & WARRKN. LATE AUSTIN St
ALB - E, bave removed from No. 41 Market
street to No. 4 Ilayne-Rtreet, where tlie.v w 11 continuo
the PAINT AND OIL BUSINESS in all its branches, at
wholesale and retail._3 _July 1Q
E. Ma WIIITINCt,
CORONER A.sD MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED Hit? OFFICE TO NO. 34 CHAL
MERS-STREET. North sido, next door to Mr.
McINNIS' blacksmith Sbop, and two doors oast of Meet
ing-Btreet May 30
GOLD, BONDS AND STOCKS
CITY OF MEMPHIS BOND8, endorsed by Morn
phis and Charleston Railroad Compauy
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS AND STOCKS
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND BANK 8T00K.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD BONDS
Apply to H. H. DsLFON,
July 19 -4_No. 22 Broad-street
1 i"? SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDINO AB
L\J 80CIATION STOCK.
Apply at tbia omce,. Jul v 13
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 12 TO'
3 o'clock, at White Point Oardou Bathing He use.
July 19 P. KILROY, Proprietor.
FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE.
HABENICHT & TOUCK
ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LIC, that This Day, tho lflih Inst., they will re
open this POPULAR RESTAURANT. Bt-tweentheboura
of 9 and 1 o'clock the Prop.iotora will gratuitously
dispense tbelr favors to those who call.
July 19 1
GR0VER & BAKER
J?8T RECEIVED, AN ASSORTMENT OF THE
abnvoMA. HIN 18.
These Machines are warranted, and sold for .a?Ii or -
city acceptances, by
H. W. KINSMAN,
Affen t for G. k B. S. M. Co.,
No, 279 KINO-STREET (DP STAIRS).
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteomed B1TTER8 are now made
by the samo pernera who made tbem for over twenty,
years for JameB Moorbead. He having tbo original re
ceipt, can confidently rerominei d them equal to any
made during Moot head's life time.
So'd In quBotitlea to suit purchasers at No 99 CAL?
HOUN-STKLET, south side, botweeu Meeting and An.
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
1 n/l CASES OF SHOKS. COMPRISING; SUMMBlt
I \ t\J STY i EH, for Ludion, loots audOhildreu, aro?
offered AT UETAIL, for two moutus, at No. 137 MEET
ING-STRriKT, UP ?-1AIR8. noa'lr oppof-ltoto Hayne
srroot. A?\\ p'?rcba29ro win certainly Bive tlfty cents on.
each pair of Shoes, loguthor i\ th bavin* a prime article
for wear. JOHN OTMMIN8,
No. 137 Mentliiu'-Htrol-t, Up Stairs,
July 3_tatlmO_Slgnol the Dig Shoo.
HAS JUS i* RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,.
ABOUT ?WI? YAHDS OF HUHEltFINE CONFED
ERATE (..KEY C10111, maniuscturedexpreBBlyfor civil?
Ibii'b Btiiiiimr and earl) fa'l wear in the South. Will
be sold In Knits, or small lots. Amo, in bond, about
8000 yards of heavy GRKYB for winter
N. B. These ?bales will always bo Inund in my store-..
HfcNKY TIIENCHAUD. formerly Cl tb manufacturer
for the Co ledorate States Army, Nob. 17 and 18 Ex
change, street, Charleston, S. 0.
t(W Will barter lor Wnnl. lmo_Juno 28
CJOLICIT-l PATRON ?OE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
? CBANICAL WORK8, to wit: Repal'B Weighing
Scales. Lett>r Pre-ses, Printing Prcssea; makes and re
pairs Hoiatin? Machines for Store?; makes all kinds ot
Wrought Mid Steel Ploughs, With or without stocks. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH W'MtK: also Wheel
wright Work in general. AHCH'D MiXKISH,
\i ' .. !,. N ..-< .. ?rron?.
THEODOKl? F. CIIi PEIN, Dentist, "
Office UM ^^^?275 KIbhL
HAVING RETURNKf. TO MY NATIVE CITY, AF
TER an armence o? five years. I tender my Pro
feaalonal Services to my friouriH tli? f irm*ir patients ot
tbe late Dr. W?. r. MxNKKELDT.my preo pt ir). end
thu public t'Oneral-y. By tlinoppcrun \i?-? and the many
r?re advautageB rivcentiy en) i.ved (aiuo tbe diBoandma
of the armies). lau ena led to oiler tho LATEST;
8.TYLE8 OF WO K and t>io M ?HT IMPROVED
METHOD OF TUEaiMEM FOE THE rKKTII.
June 2i thnuiomr.