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CHARLESTON 01IL? NEWS,
Q. R. CATIIOART; Editor.
CATHCAKT, Hc.WILLAN & MORTON,
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LAIWEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY.
?erTHCH. LIST OF" LETTERS re
mainins in the PoetofHoe at the end
of eaoh week is published officially
In THK DAILY JMBrVNTS every Fri
Five oasoB of sunstroke occurred at Milwaukio,
Wie., on Sunday. The thermometer stood at 102
in tho filiado. t
Robebt M. D0UOLA8, a Bon of Stephen A. Douo
' las, graduated at tbe Jetmit College, Georgetown,
D. 0., on tbo 3d.
A severe shock of earthquake wits felt tit Sacra
monto and Stockton, California, at a quarter past
10 o'clock ou tbo iii^lit of the 11th iust.
Tho negro Chancy, convicted by tbe Military
Commission of tbo murder of a white family iu
Boekbridge county, in October last, was buug in
Biebmond on tbe lGtb inst.
Advicee have been received hero from Nashvillo
that it ia Gov. Buownlow's intention to keep tbe
Legislature in bcsb?ou until they get a quorum, if
it takes all summer.
Hereafter the full postage to destination upon
letters transmitted via England, between tbo
United States and the Netherlands, may be pre
paid or not, at the option of tho senders. Tho
single rato per half ouuco or uudcr is 27 cents,
Brevet Major-General J. W. Spbague, Assistant
Commissioner of tbo Froedmen'a Bureau for Mis
souri, Arkansas and tbe Indian Territory, esti
mates tbe number of rations which will be re
quired for issuo in bis district during August as
IoIIowb: "To whites, 60,000; to frcodmen 150,000."
To the names appended to tbe Congressional
endorsement of tbe call for tbo Philadelphia Con
servative Convention, as first published, must be
added that of Hon. Cu ajiles lt. Bock.ai.ew, Sena
tor from Pennsylvania, whoso signature was not
received in time for publication on tbe Fourth of
July, but who, sioco then, has cordially united
with bis Domocratio associatoB in Congress in
The "rep?rT8i .?? , : ,
chants' National Bank B??MMm *?_?2f7,,
tbo House lately. It was accompanied by the
evidence, which fills over six hundred pages, and
shows a remarkable conspiracy to defraud tho
Government, for tbo bonofit of individuals, on tho
part of EimiB, Bayne, and others. The bank bas
been rotten for many months, and only buoyed up
by Government fuuds, which wont to Batos&Oo.
Tho boat in New York, on Monday last, says tbe
Times, W8B almost enough to render tallow from
tbe live bullocks exposed for Bale on tbe cobble
Btono pavements, independent of fat-boiling estab
lishments. The poor brutes Buffered terribly, and
atone timo six dead and five dying bullocks could
be counted in tho yards. Besides these many
dropped in tho streets on their way to tho
slaughter bouses. It was a mistako in attempting
to drive there during tho middle of tbe day.
An AnBon meeting bas invited tbe other coun
ties of tbe Third Congressional District to join
with it in a District Convention, to beheld at Lum
berton, ou Wednesday, the 25th o? July instant,
to Beleot two delegates to represent tho District
in tbe Philadelphia National Convention. The
delegates for Anson to tho District Convention
?re, Col. W. O. 8_ith, T. W. Kendall, Col. R. T.
"Bennett, Jab, W. Bedieabn, Archie Niven and
Jos. W. AlL?Mi
In 1862 or i860, a little boy of four or five years
Of age fell from a portico or piazza, in Richmond,
fractured bis skull and died. This was Jeffeb
bon Davis' child, and the father and mother fol
lowed it to tbe grave and wept over it. A modest |
tombstone was erected in the Hollywood Ceme
tery, aud there it stood until witbin the l^st few
days, when some wretch stole tbo tombstone, pro
bably to be trafficked aa a trophy in Now Eng
land, and left tbe poor child's grave without a
Reporta recoived at the Treasury Department
state that the Southern States are at presont
?. flooded with counterfeit Uuited States notes, na
tional bank notes, ami fractional currency of every
denomination. One of tbo Treasury detectives,
while on an official visit in oue of tho Southoru
cities, observed that an immense quantity of this
spurious money is circulating there among all
classes, who, with few exceptions, accept it as
readily as tho genuine. The detective received!
while making some trifling purchases, nearly one
half his chango in counterfeit money, and being
desirous of ascertaining some estimate of tbe
?mount of this trash in circulation, seized upon
tbo money "tills" of sovorh 1 merchants doing quito
an extensive business, and discovered that about
one-half their contents wero counterfeit, which
v^ oonsistod of United States notes of the various is
4 Bues and denominations, all the denominations of
fractional enrrouoy, and quite a number of couu
terfeite on national banks of tho North and West.
Tho Baltiuioro Gazette, of the 17th inst., says :
"Tho momory of the oldest inhabitant runs not
back to the time when, in this latitudo, tbo boat
was so great as that of yosterdny. At one o'clock
yesterday morning tbe meroury indioated ninety
degrees; at nine o'clock iu tbo forenoon ninety
two degrees; at noon ninety-seven degreoB, and at
five o'cIook iu the afternoon ninety-four degrees
in tbo shade, and far removed frohvtbo direct iu
fliinnco f the tun. A thermometer, at two o'clock,
placed in a cituation whero the sun had full power,
went up to onu hundred and thirty-six degrees, or
four degrees higher than tho w?rmest period of
Sunday. Notwi'hstandiug such a dogroo of heat,
the horses attached to tbo city railway oara ap
peared to t-uflVr lues iban when the mercury was
several degrees lower. Throughout tbe groater
part of yeaieid <y tbere was a strong breeze from
the south, but then? wau an aridity about it tint
oppressed rather than gave relief. People gene
rally woro compcllod to avoid tho raye of tho Bun 11
as much as possible. The out-door workmen in j
all parta of tho city susponded their labors, as it ,
would havo been impossible, without groat danger
to liie, to proBCcuto thorn. Tho briok walla and
paved Btrccte woro alroady hoatcd, and tho rayB
of tho sun only intensified tho cnloric until it eoultl
scarcely bo horno. At night it was a little moro
tolerable, only from tho fact that tho raya of the
sun no longer reflected on tho wnlla nnd streets."
tar Au itvtstmwucauums cntenaea for puoiioauon tr.
this journal must bs addressed to the Eduor 0)
the Daily News, No. 18 Uayve-slree'., Charleston,
B. C, Business Communications to Publisher of
Daily ?fetos- . . -
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of Ike city must be accompa
nied -irith the cash.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 18CG.
CIVIL AND MILITARY.
Tho Duke of Alba, Louis the Fourtooutb,
and othor pious Catholics, not unfre
quontly marohed "refraotory" Protestant
troops into the church and made them attend
mass, nolens voiciis. The bastinado wns laid
on with no spiring hand upon tho unlucky
wight, who would absent himsolf from tbe
performance of tbe holy ceremony. TbiB has
over been quoted as one of tho absurdities of
blind bigotry. The deepest superstition alone
could refrain from tbe blush of shamo at tho
mere recital of such pious barbarity.
Dragooning a legislature is an invention,
we believe, of more modern date. ?Bualiy
this bas been in tho form of arbitrary mili
tary interference, for tho prevention of the
passage of some net or law, displeasing to tbe
ruling potentate. Thus wo havo again and
again heard and read of legislative assem
blies being broken up bocauBO thoy could not
or would not vote as their master desired
This has occurred more than onoe in so
called constitutional countries on both sides
of tho Atlantic. France, England, Austria,
Prussia, Maryland, Kentucky, and others we
could mention, have all at times experienced
such dragonnades. But it was reserved to
this lato day of ours, and to tbo original
genius of the distinguished civil (?) Governor
of Tennessee to dragoon a legislature for not
meeting, and for not passing certain laws.
We know nothing of tho history of the
present Tonnosree Legislature, of the char
acter of its members, or of their politioal
complexion. Nor do we know how much
electioneering they found it necessary to en
gage in to reach their present honorable (?)
position. Of one thing we fool assured, how
ever, and that ie, that the saia ?<..mhorB would
not ail*?? ? '? '- --- ??<, ;n the canvas?, ooulu
tuey ljuvo foreseen tho breakers ahead.
Governor Brownlow convonod the Legis
lature, and in his message tells them what ho
assembled them for, viz: for tho adoption of
tbe constitutional amendment; not for con
sidering, deliberating and then acting upon
it. BitowNLOw comea with no suoh doubt
ful programme. It ia all fixed in his
mind, and accordingly ho goes on to
enumerate the several amendment?,?not
merely stating them, as became the dignity
of au Executive laying a state paper before
tbe Legislature, but advocating them, sec
tion by soetion, precisely as Charles Sum
ner or ThAn. Stevkns would before a masa
meeting in their respective villages.
Tbe autocrat of Tennessee has told his min
ions how to vote, and why they should thus
vote. The minions are not docile; in foot
prove themsolvea not minions at all, but very
rebellious Bubjeots. They aro "refractory."
They will not even go to the oapital. What
is to bo dune? Fere is a most uopleaeant
predicament. Mr. Brownlow is under con
tract to eee the constitutional iw^ndnioiit eafe
through the Tennessee Legislature before the
adjour?in?nt of Congress. The weather in
Washington is getting very hot; tbo ague is
Bhaking even the most radical determination.
Cape May, Newport and Saratoga are luring
with syren smiles ; and still Dr. Brownlow'?
job is undone, "llurry up, Parson!" ory the
shaking and sun-struck Radicale. "What am
I to'do," quoth the Roverond Governor; "1
oannotgetlbe Legislature to do anything."
"Why don't you cull in the military?" "And
so I will," delightedly replies Brownlow.
Mujor-General Thomas, in command of the
department, is applied to, and he writes to
General Ghant for instructions,?not deem
ing tbe late order of the general just named
sufficiently comprehensive to inolude "refrac
tory momborsof tho Legislature." lie writes:
'Some of the members of tbo Ilouso of Rep
resontutives of tbe Tonnosseo General Assem
bly behave in a very refractory rannner, ab
senting themselves, and thus obstruuting
business. The Governor oannot monago thorn
with tho moans at his disposal, nnd hue ap
plied to me [Thomas] for military assietuuoo.
Shall I furnish it?"
It would thus appoar that Brownlow
keeps a badly govornod sobool ; lets tho boys
go out without their unking his permission.
In fait thoy nr? "refractory," be "cannot
manage them," and is anxious to procure the
services of one Major-General Thomas as bis
usher, who is to do tho thrashing of the
estahliNbment, introduce proper discipline
and mako tho boys vote all right. This won
a new case; and Thom ab, unwilling to shoul
der the responsibility of either complying
with tho request or refusing it, sends to
General Grant for instructions, lie ?a turn
bunds the matter over to the Secretary ot
Wur. Stanton oannot nee it oe Bhownlow
does, and having every reatoato beiiuvofrom
he letter reooivod from Thomas that this
gallant general had altogether forgotten
what bo bad boon sont to JNnshvillo for, lio
3on8idorately writoe out now inetruotionB for
his guidance, thus :
Washington, July 17.?General Grant will in
struct Gonerul Thomas that the fuels stated in bis
telegram do not warrant the inti rlbrencu of the
military authorities. The administration of the
law, and tho preservation of tho pence in NdhIi
villo, belong prt perly to the State uutiiorities, and
tho duty of the United i tutes fon < h Ib not to in
terfiere in any way m the controversy between the
political authorities of tho State, and General
Thomas will can fully refrain from any mtcrlur
ciico between them.
[tfigned] E. M. 8TANTON,
Secretary ot War.
These military officers seem dotormined to
mako the most of thoir little brief nuthority ;
and now they find that thoir wanton intorfer
onco in civil affairs is bo longer tolerated at
headquarters in Washington, they resort to
tho old trick of smelling treason in every
passing broozo, and mako it tho pretoxt for
wbatovov oppression it may please them to
In proof of this boo General Sheridan's
order, published on Wodnosday in Now
Orleans. Ladies woaving obaplets ovor tho
graves of their relatives and friends betoken
a rebellious spirit; a tombstone on the grave
of a Confederate is an abomination tho pious,
loyal general (of Valley of Virginia barn
burning memory) oannot tolernto. That the
surviving members of the New Orleans Wash
ington Artillery should moet together, form
a charitablo eooioty for tho roliof of their
crippled or diseased comrudoa, their widows
and orphans,?can by no means be allowed.
Gcnoral Sheridan sees a deop scheme in nil
this. Nothing Icbs than a second rebellion ;
and he has too lively a rocollootion of tho
first just yet to desire a second.
Goneral Sheridan's order will-bo found in
our telegraphio column.
P. S.?Late last night the telegraph an
nounced that tho order of Sheridan, above
alluded to, had been revoked. Doubtless
"Littlb Phil," like General Thomas, bad
received orders which curbed bis inclination.
WAGON WANTED?* OUODCOUfJTRV
MADE Plantation Wagon, suitable lor two or four
mules. E. BATE?,
July 20_2?_No. 124 Meetlng-Htroet.
WANTED, BY A VoUN O -ADV, A SITUA
TIoN as TEACHER, either in the city or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at this olBco.
j July 20_
RESIDENCE WANTED, TO PURCHASE.
In the lower part of the city. Apply to HMi'Hi h
ANTED TO IIBNT, A HOUSE IN THE
lower part of tho city, comfortably arranged.
Apply to SMITH k McGlLLIVtoAY,
No. 27 Broad fit reo t, south ililo, soar State-street.
ANTED TO IIIHB, A NMALL HOUSE,
containing 4 rooms. Address A. B., Courier
! al*tt _ rout, location, fco. July 19
? MTK.n. bVT
W? nTlcn. BYTw-? ., ,?..?.? .
pltuutlnn a? Chambermaid, can also altond to'cniT
dren aud do hnntework, and U wiilin? to make hersoll
MUMUf usi-tul Apply at No. 20, SHOP, corner Bfc.E
AND ASHLEY t?TBEBr.S._July S
WANTED. A WOMAN. WHITE OR COL
OKED. to conk and wash for a lamlly in the
country. Ai.ply nt tho Drug Store of K. H. KtfLLEKS
fc CO.. No. 131 Mootlng-street. ths] July 19
WANTED, B*. A lOMVtf ffllli, A ?SITUA
TION lu some Wholesale or Retall Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has ?orne knowledge of the Dry Goods,
aud a thorough knowltdgoof Che Grocery Business, hav
iug beon In mat busiuoss on his own account. He will
study the Interest of his employer, and is willing to
mako himself gouorally useful. 8alary no objoot Best
of rnforAOces furnished. Address "F." through the
Poste, fhco, or apply at this office. June 11
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
rOST, A IL.Vf.R-MOUNTED M E E R
j SCHAUM PIPE; BUpposoa to have been left In tbo
re?r coach ol the Northeastern Railroad yesterday. Tho
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
tho offico of tho Charleston Hotel. June 25
NOTICE.?LOST OR MISLAID. FOUR
BONDS of the South Carolina Railroad Company,
dated 1st October, 1853, numbered 1&9, 190, 191, 192;
earh for $600; payable ten y? ara after date.
All persons are cautioned agaltst purchasing- or
trading for the said Bonds, aa an application will be
made to the Company for a renewal ol the name.
July 18 wfmO AUOUSIUi" FLUD.
MULE STOLEN ? 'ZS DOLLARS RE
WARD.?Stolen from my stable, at Danner'a
Cross Roads, Ht James' Qoosa Greek Parish on Tues
day night, Juno 26th, a LIGHT BaY House MULE,
abo< t 13 yeara old, in good condition. Said Mule is
about 13 hands big?, and has white hair abou', xbe head '
Indicating age. The Mule waa seen J; ?oe fjoWsalon of
a negro, of a somewhat 'uro?n comploxlOD. on the
night 01 the robbery, going 111 the direction of the Dor
cues'or road, with anew brldm on, which was taken
with the Mulo, A toward of $25 will be paid for ln|or
uailon loidiUii to the rocovery of tho Mule, and au ad
(Utloual reward will be giveu lor evidence sufficient to
convict the tbi?f. Address the <>u(*erHtgnod, at Dan
ner'a Cross Roads, or at the Con rler Office. Charleston,
S. 00 WILLIAM L. DAGUETT.
FUltSiLi-, A TK.N-UORSE-TAlIo%ARV
uNblNE AND BOILER, now running, and some
Shaf Ing aud 1'uilujs. Apply at this aftlco.
July 10 _3?
FOR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL, NEW AND
FA?T-'AlL.ING YACHT, thirty-seven feet long, 8
ft et biiim, cj pper fastened ; can accommodate from
twenty to twenty-Ay? pers oh. Her carryiDg capacity
oeiug la'-ge. ahe is well adapted for t-adiug purposes,
being of light d? aft. Can be seen at the wharf, near
No? iheasuru Railr. nd. .
Ter n-H'.if ?ash; ?nd balance in sixty or ninety
days, on approved security. Pa? further p?rtl ulars, ap
ply to E?AU <H is MaLLONEE,
At thoir Planing Mill, near U. K. Railroad.
LOTS AT KIKBRNVIiil E ? ONEhuTOV1
LAND, si'Ua'od on Xlnff-str? si R ad, In Me most
Uourl-biRg jiorii >n of ill? village of R kt-ravllle; front
on Klng-Rire.et, 1(10 fent; Hklrvln-streei.litf lebt; Leinou
Htro t. lid i lert; Price-street, 600 feet, muiu or less; with
a large ii-iMing 8-uiu. Shed?. Ac, he
'1 he above will le sold ? ltb or without the buildings.
8IXLOT8 ne?r theabov?, ironling on three streets;
grouud high and dry. Apply at
Jnl 17 6 No. 6 ltAD0LlFFF,-8TREET.
TAR ?Nl> Tl'HI'ENT'NiC WllltKS VOK
SALE.?Two Kllus ono 15 bbl Will, 8 Copper
0 -ndcnxerH, 1 taca Pump, aud all ma hlnery necessary
for the nvmu'aciuro of Tar ai-d Turpeutluo Tbo ma
chinery is nearly now. For terms, Ac, addrexs R. H.
IKAVEH A CO.. Beaufort, 8 O. 12 J.tly 7
LOUI8 OnHEV H A-? REMOVE? FROVf No. 248
KING STREET to No HI, oui? door ??utn of ?it?
uiu Maud, f, r vue ujoiith. whi e tbe abo>e is undergoing
ME9?R . L'KK * WaRRr.N. LATE AUSTIN k
ALB E, Iihvo rfmoved froto No. ti Ua?ket
utr. ft to .\o 4 Hayui-Slreel, when? tliev w II continue
cbr PAI*T ASD ?-IL BUblNhS^ In all Its branones, at
wiiolu-alo ?>?d retail_8_Julv '0
K. M. IVIIITl.li,
CDKO^El? A ?D MaG fUAPB,
HAS BEMOVKO HI? <?FF10K To KO. 84 OH*-L
MEK-s-MTHEKI', North ?1 e, next ?oor to Mr.
MoiS >ib' UUokauiUb Shop, au* twod>?orsiaAtof Meet
RiK-atreet. Jt*y DO
ZERUBBAB? I* CIIAPTE?, NO. Il, II. A. M.
A REiUlAR CONVOCATION OP THIS OUAF
j\_ TEU will bo held This Evening at 8>i o*?look.
Cundul at i h fortlio R A. l?i\,reo will attend.
By order: M. E. H. I'.
July 20 I
JE1xS/\ PIKJ3 KN?INK OOMPANI.
AN ADJOURNED tUBlIMO Of THE COM PAKT
will lu- h lit This Evening, 20th lust , ut h" Hall
if tlio (?i-rmnii I-in- l-iiKinu Company, ClialuicrB streut,
It h ,11. li:? t Ki?,ut o'clock.
By order. JOHN McLKLSU,
July 20 1 Hi cm tary.
ATTKN'lItiB, YUUIVU AMKltICA FIRE
ATTEND AN VXTRA MEETING OF Y'UR COM
PANY, This hinting, at hVf-unst 8 nVinck.
By m tier of tin? Prusidunt. JN< ?. E GANNON,
July 20 Secro'tti-y ?>ro tern.
TO RENT, &o.
TO RGVT, THAT MOHT UKSHUHLK
REB1DENOE on ltuilcditu Avomif, oppoilio Dough
ty st e-1. Apply to PINCKNEY BROS..
July 20 finw North Ailantic Wlmrf.
TO BICNT, THE TWO ANDA HALF STO
RY BRICK HESIUENOE No. lf>8 Queen Btrcot,
c??tntnliiK o'plit rooms, and every convenience for a
family Inquire on thu premise?.
July 20 1*
TO KBIVT?BY (?lllillKI, DeWITT- A
comfortable t?o and s ball story DWELLING In
RutuiBorville, on s Lo??o of six or twelve mouths. Ap
ply to above, at northwest corner of King and Hpriug
KUOA1? TO LET-TW?? ItUOltl i, FUll
. NIBBED or unfurnlsuod, ins very dcRiraoio lo
cality in MectinR-etreot, near the Charleston Holol
Tiii'Kii rooniH aro well adapteil for singlo gontlomen.
Apply at this nnVo. niwIO* July 10
Oil It IS NT LOW, TO A\ APPHOVlCD
loiiiut. that largo aud ceuimodloiii HOUSE corner
of East Bay and luspootion ireotii, conta- ninn 8 uquaro
rooms, pmtry, drusslnp zooms, aud basements; Lut
oxtenils to Washington &tt?et, with H-mso that maybe
routed. PlNCKNEY OROS.,
June 26 tul >orth Atlantic Wliarvcs.
THE CONNECTION BE WEKN WILLIAM S. COR
WIN & CO. ftt New York, and J F. CARTER. Sue
cesBor of th? firm of STYLES Ai DARTER, having been
diBBolved, Mr. E. R. P ?TTKKHON, of Char PBton, 8. C,
wlU conduct the TUHPENTlIsE. ROSIN AND OIL BO
SIN ESS. as agontof the uiMlemiuni-d. Office CORNER
OF EAST BAY AND OUIGNARD STREETS.
July 20 6_W. S. CORWIN k CO.
STKPIIEjV OWKB8. ICStl-,
IS ADMITTED A PARTMKB IN OUR FIRM, DATING
irom May lut, 180r>. GKO. W. CLARK k CO.
< OPAHTNKKSIUP m otic k.
THE UNDBRSI?NED HAVING THIS DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tho stylo of 8HEVBEKD,
DDO Ai COHEN, for nianiifa luring TINWARE of all
descriptions. Tboy will also deal in Stoves, Grates and
Hoaso FarulBhinguoods, at No. 422King-streot, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANGIB H DUU.
July Ist. 1S6G. McDUFF COHEN.
HERETt-FOKEEX'STlNO BETWEEN JOHN KENI
FICK and A. O. BARBOT, in carrying on a Drug
BuBlnoKB at No. 48 Broad-s:roet, has been dtBsoived by
the death of the former.
I lie business will bo hereafter conducted by tho
nndersixned, under tl.o name o? GEDDINGH k BAR
BOT. Dr. J. V. M. UEDDINGS.
July 10_6_A. O. BARBOT._
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the mi mo and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
has this day disolved, according to ai l?ele? of agree
menu (B)gned.) EAHLK.R AD8TIN.
THE I'NDKHSIG' KO
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN TUE PAINT, OIL
AND OLARS BOMSEsS, Mr OEOROE W. WAR
REN. Tho bufiineas will hc-ealter be conducted in the
name or ALBEE k WARREN, No. 42 MARKET
bTREBr. CHAULES H. ALuEE.
the firm of hoher and ua8ell is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
Tho business will liero:?f<cr bo conducted bv C. K.
HUG ER, who is authorized to settle the ofliiirs of the
O. K. HUGER, 1 ? , ? .
BENTLEV D. HASELL, \ General Partners.
M. K. JLSUP k CO., Special Partners.
THE COPARTNEj 8B1P HERETOFORE EXISTING
in tlilB city, under the firm of Le OT'i ES At HALAS,
was dissiilved on 2d April laft, by written agreement.
Either partner, or their attorney, will h?,?u in liquidation
only. v A. O. DECOfTE?.
F. P. SAL&S.
Charleston, July S, 166C.
THE UNDER8IGNKD WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS under the name and style of S \LAS * CO.
F. P. BALAS,
For Attorney, It. SALAS.
July 9 10
f ?TV 8HAP.E8 SOME LOAN AND BUILDING A8
L\J 80CIATION STOCK.
Apply at this offic?._July 13
THE TTDB WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 12 TO
3 o'clock, at White Point Garden Bathing Umso.
July 20_P. K1LROY. Proprietor.
KENTUCKY STATE L0TTEBY,
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to S30.
CIRCULARS BENT FREE OF CHARGE ORDERS
for TIUKKTB in the ?nove LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed aa soon s thn Lottery is
draws. Hsvaua Plan J.ottxry?30,000 Tickets; 696
Prlz.8. Capital Prize, S100.000. Draws the 15th ana
31BC of ea-Ui month. Address
a. T PETERS,
Uiilt-d Slate* Lieensed A cent.
No. 90 Hasel streit, or Eoy Box 62. Postomco.
July 20 uno
GROVEa & BAKER
TUST RECEIVED. AN ASSORTMENT OF THE
?bnveMA IIIN S.
The-o Machines aro warranted, and sold for cub or
oily sccep.auoeB, by
H. W. KINSM4N.
Anent for G. * B. H. M. Co.,
No. 279 K.ING-8TREET (DP BTAIR8).
HAS JOS n REOEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
AB< UT2000 YthDSOF SPPERFINE OOSFED
ERaTE GREY Ci OUI. nmniiinetnrcd.?xproBBlyfor civil.
lau's summ? r and ear!> fa'l wear in the South Will
he sold iu tsiiit? or small lots. A ?so, in bond, about
30UO jards of he?v? ORe.Vrt lor winter
N B Tlieso ha-es will alwavs be innnd in mv store.
Ih NuY TRENCHAtd). foimerly CI tb manufacturer
for tho Co leiinruu? States Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
clmiik'e Bireot Charleston, H. O.
tf?r Will barter t?r Wool. lmo Jnno 28
DR. M. (M KNLAND
HAVING I AREN THK DROO STORE. NO. 16 OAL
HOUN KTBavKT, corutr of Mldd o. and havln?
pr-.o il red afresh sni>|il> of l/IUJ *. KDICIVK, I'Eit
i UMc-UY aid DYE 8THFFH, r?H|>ec!iHll.? ?.flVrs the
sumo to h'B f lends and tlio community, and hopes by
Striat a't< u<tna in uiee' th- ! patroiisRe*,
l'livHieions prescri|i!ioi?B pro ptly au I carefully com
pounded, luwii'j July 9
n??ticeto iax pavkri.
TOWN Of nUMMERVILLE So. CA.
OWNFRH F REXL A.Nli PER t)NAI. PROPEBTV
within tho ixjrporat? lin its Town of t-uinmerville
aeJicreby n(iiil). <l nuil ?h>- f! crk will be aW thn Town
"ad '>n lnttt. Ittii. I7tb and 2latnf July, from 10 A. U.
to 2 P M , to reo? Ivs r??t rn? of i nnwtj.
to (mners of tuts I vilb and without iiim-is upon them).
reoldiDK in tin? my of h ?l>-*ton, will take LOtioe, and
make tbt-ir rrtnrua In dut- tl-u-,
IbfiT.xe? ?ill imool ?sued in tho month or August,
of wM h noiioe will t>? m??en.
n? erdiu Of (! n cil. JAMZ8 PUJB0B' L.
July 8 lulcaill illeik.
THE FIFTH EXHIBITION OV THE BINOI'TBIC
LANiERNS AND DISSOLVING VIEWS will bo glvon
in tho CollogoCliapol, This\Friday) Evening. at8o'clock.
Being tho lait of tho serio -, tho Vioa'h will ha selected
and 'trranged especially for (ho uiRtrno.ion and suiiiho
mcnt of children, and will iuc)u<)o all tho prominent
pictures exhibited at for :ior euturtainmouts, viz:
TUE BATTLES OF FORT SU.MTER,.
ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS.
LIFE IN TUE A.RCTI I REGIONS.
VIEW8 OF THE AURORA IJ0REALI8.
WONDERS OF NATURAL HISTORY,
VIEWS IN EUROPE.
TO CONCLUDE WITU
TICKET8 GO CentB; Children naif price.
July 20 _ 1
IS ACCORDANCE WITH TnE SUGGESTION OF
tho Senators and Representatives from tho Electoral
District of Charleston lu tho Blata Legislature, a
PUBLIC MEETING of tho cltlzouB of Charleston wul bo
hold on 8A URDA Y AFTERNOON, tho 21st inst., at
half-past five o'c ock P. U., for tno purpose of selecting
Delegates from tho Electoral District to I ho State Con
vention to be hold in Columbia, in conformity with the
suggestions of tho Governor.
The object is by joint action to prevent Centraliza
tion, to Bccure the Constitutional Rt.UU of these Com
mon weal chs, to vindicate their Ktatniihtp, and to main
tain their libertina nuder tho organlo law.
An Adjouruod Meeting of tho Committee cf Arrango
mt'iri! will bo held at tbo Court Houce, on To-Morroxo
Afternoon, the 20th lnst., at five o'clock P. M.
July 19 3
BILLARP'B LETTERS, ILLU9TR VTED. 1 VOL.. 11.?'
THIRTY YEARS OF ARMY LIFE ON THE BORDER,
?tby ColoLcl B. B. Mauiiy, D. 8. A., with numorous il
lustrations. 1 vol. 8 mo. $3.00
RESOURCES AND PROSPECTS OP AMERICA, by
Sir S. Mouton Petto, bart. 1 vol. $2.00'
For salo by
Jnly 20 No. 285 King street.
LIFE AM .?PAWNS
LIEUT.-BFiK. THOMAS J, JACRS01F
Prof. R. L. MBNEY, D. D.,
OF THE UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, VA..
ILLUSTRATED WITH STEEL PORTRAIT AND
JOHN H. THOMAS IS AN un HO RIZ ED AGENT TO?
obtain subscribers to THIS BOOK, and will call upon,
the citizens In Wards 6 and 0, aud can be found at No.
40 LINE-3TRET, from 2 to B o'clock, dally.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOB SALE BY
wiLi un g. miuMv.fi & ce-,,
No. 2^5 KINO AND No. 11 HAYNE-8TREET.
June 16 fmw2moo
IV? ?RY COUNTERS
BILLIARD HALLS, ODES, AV.
CUE LEATHER AND WA<
BONE AND IV? ?RY COUNTERS
WILLIMI (i WIIIL1>EIT& CO,,
JnnelS fmw2roos No. 255 KINQ-STREBT.
PLATED AND RILVFR SPOnNf?
FORKS. CASTORS. Tl-A TBAYS
dish covers, table MVW
TABLE curt EltY and
For sale by WILLO W-WABET..
WILLIAM G. WIIILDW. & CO.,
JunelS fmw2mos No. 256 KING-81'BEET.
SPKCMiLfiS A,\D E1MLA?
PEREO8O0PI0 GLA88ES FITTED TO SUIT AN_
WILLUM G. WMILOEN & CO.,
June 16 imwhnos No. 265 RTKO-BTBEET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM ?. WillLDRN & CO.,
No. 2J6 KING-STREET.
WATCHRS AWI> JKWKMi v RKPAIEUfiDt.
I)LD GOLD AND HILVfcB 1UBOHA8ED.
Jnne lft_. fmw3moa
BOILERS P0E SALE.
rA. J a .. ' '"* y* ?? ? ?"?d. WiU be sold low?,
if applied tor Imm?diat? 1?. ai *
_ , . . WILLI ?.M ?V H?NB?EY*9,
JulyO mirf No.?UM^t_g.?tre?t