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CHARLESTON DAIL? NEWS,
O. R. CATHCART, Ediiob.
CATJICABT, WcMTLLAK & MORTON,
Wo. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY??X i'>?'U?. .*'ou
BIN?LE OOPIEH.? cents
TO VKWH PKA LF.R8.3 cent?'
LARGEST CIRCULATION HI TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION EX THE CITY.
WTHK LIST OTP rjBTJ?TH3RS re
muiniiiR In the I?OBtofHoe ut tho end
ot onoh weelf, is pufrlishet-l ofHoiully
in. THF) DA-IL-Y NJEWS everyFri
Nearly four hundred cases of eunstroko wero
reportotl iu Now York up to Thursday ni^it.
Two hundred thousand one hundred and
seventy-five casks of hii?or woro sold by tho brew
ers of Indianapolis during tbo month of Juno.
The population of St. Poterdburg con-uats, ac
cording to tho census of IBM. of 516.122 persons,
including those who bave no fixed placo of resi
Governor Dennison, while in New York State,
whitbor ho goo-j next weok with bis family, wil
tako tho stump against Mr. Johnson's policy. Mr.
Sew Mio is also expected to get a rubbing.
Mr. MonniLt,, on tbo 19th inst., reported to tho
Senate a resolution authorizing tho payment of
salaries to Collectors of Revenue In the South who
havo failed to tako the oath of office.
Tho United States have been invited to eond a
commission to tho Paris Exposition to take aid in
forming a collection of the weights, measures,
and coins of all n&tions, and to devise methods of
Another big printing job is before the House iu
the shape of a resolution reported by Mr La
tham from the Committee on Printing, authoriz
ing the printing of ono hundred aud sixty-five
thousand copies of tho Agricultural Report for
A large number of counterfeiters were arrested
in New York on Thursday by tho United States
detectives. Tho particulars aro not given, furthor
arrests bcinj? in contemplation. Largo quantitioa
of die8, platea and presses for printing currency
The steamer San Salvador arrived at the Sa
vannah quarantine on the 18th instant with 500 re
cruits for tho 7th Regulars. There were 28 cases q|
cholora among them and three dcatbs during tho
voyage. Thero is no eioknesB among tbo cabin
passengers, but the steamer will bo kept iu
quarantine for 15 days.
A dispatch from Groat Falls, N. H., July 18,
says : "Last evening, while twoyouug Indies, Miss
Stone and Miss Maddox, were bathing in tho
rivor, they ventured bcyoud their depth and wero
drowned. Tho mother of Mis? Maud ?x, who went
to their rese?o, was also drowned. Sho leaves a
family. Tho bodies woro recovered after remain
ing in the water about four hours."
The Hon. 0. L. Vallandigham, the Hon. J. D.
Biuout, and tho Hon. C. J. Faulkner, passed
through Raltimoro on Wednesday evening, en route
to Washington, for an interview with the President.
Ono of tbo objects of their mission is said to be to
rocommend the appointment of Hon. J. B. Wel
ler, formerly Governor of tho State of Ohio, now
of California, as Secret-try of War, in view of the
anticipated retirement of Secretary Stanton.
Steamers arriving at Now York from Galveaton,
bring accounts of a terrifia three days ' gale at
Indianola, beginning on tbo 12th and ending in a
terrible hurricane on tho 15th instant. Four ves
sels were totally wrecked; of two of them there
was not a vestige left. Tbe steamer Potomac,
which was on the bar at Galveston, bad disap
peared. It is supposed that sho foundered at her
anchorage, and that all who were on board in
charge of her were lost. Her passengers bad
previously been landed. No such storm had oc
curred" on that coast within the momory of tho
Thoy appear to havo a lively time in tho Anti
Rent War, in tho disaffected districts in tho Stato
of NewYork. We make the following extract from
tbo World of tho 19th, to show tho temper of tbe
population in tbo said district: ' Tho military
thon started for Wabneb's reaidonco, with skir
mishers deployed. AU sorti of rumors wore cir
culated, and a vago suspicion was entertained
that the force might meet opposition. Along
tho routo they were insulted by both men and
women, and were refused oven a drink ot wator.
As orders were isssued not to trespass, the men
did not enter any placo to help tbomselves, but
proesod forward without quenching their thirsts."
Some rich and astounding developments will
soon bo made in rogard to tbo Memphis swindle
It appears that tho Government lost nearly nine
hundred thousand dollars through the transac
tion of Pahkman, BnooKS & Co., of that city. A
largo number of surreptitious five-twenty gold
coupons aro daily beiDg returned to the Treasury
cancelled. Tho cheat was discovered by finding
two coupons bearing tbe aamo numbors, showing
fraud somewhere. The duplicates appoar to have
beon printed from tho aamo plato as tho genuino.
Whether they are manufactured in Now York or
are stolon from the Treasury and aftorwardB
numbered, is a mystery yot to bo solved.
Judge Wylie, of tbo District Kupnmo Court,
issued a ?rit or habeas corpus, on July 18, directed
to N. D. Obdway, Sergeaut-at-Arms of tho lionne
of Representatives, commanding him to produce
the bodies of Benjamin F. Bevkbidoe and En
WAiiD TowEna, who woro arrested yesterday on
the charge .if assaulting A. H. Painteb, clerk to
tho Committee on Postoffices and Post Roads,
and correspondent of tho Philadelphia Inquirer,
Mr. OitDw.w appeared aud ruade a return on thr
writ that the aecused were held in hia custody by
order of the Houso of Representatives, in pur
?manco of a resolution, a copy of which was at
tached. Judgo WyiaiE thereupon ordered the pe
tition to bu quashed, saying tbat he could not
have issued tbo writ if he bad kuown th?u tb*> ar
rest had buen made upou the authority of the
.House of Representatives.
KB- AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor oj
the Daily Netos, No. 18 Uayne-street, Cliarleston,
g. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
~G HARL E STO?T
MONDAY MORNING. JFLY 23. WGG.
Mr. Blair rocontly nnuouncod that wo aro
on tbo brink of another revolution (and Mr.
Blair is in a position to know whoreof ho
iiftirms). Gcnoral Sherman, in a lato speooh
to tho BtudoulB of Yalo Collogo, said a war
was approaching in this couutry to which
anything in the past was mere child's play.
Othors bavo lately given utteranoos of simi
lar or kindred import, enough to put us ou
our guard. But wo wore still in the dark.'
Mr. Raymond, however, of the New York
Times, presents us with the full programme.
In his letter, July 15, he says :
"You may have notioed tho paesago in tho
House, a few days sinoe, of a resolution offer
ed by General Paine, of Wisconsin, calling
on the States to organizo, discipline and equip
thoir militia, and directing that two-thirds of
tho arme, ordnance and ammunition now un
der custody of the Gonoral Government ho
distributed among the States? the distribution
among tho loyal States to take place imme
diately, and that among tho States lat?ly in
rebellion to bo postponed until further or
ders. Tho roBoluiion oame up from the Com
mitteo on Military Affairs, aud was pushed
to a vote, without debato or delay, under the
previous question. It attracted no little at
tention in Congress as it has in tho country;
and tho public will donbtless rooeivo with
incredulity the assurance that it was intend
ed by those who secured Us passage as the
first step toward preparations for another civil
"Most of the loadiug and reflecting Radi
cals in Congress take this view of the politi
cal futuro : If the fall eleotions result in tho
ohoice of Northern Democrats enough to con
stitute, when added to the members from the
Southern States, a majority of tho llouso,
they assume that this majority, thus consti
tuted, will claim to bo the Congress, and will
act accordingly, and that they will be recog
nized by tho President as the body to whioh
be will send his message, and whose session?
be will, if the necessity should arise, protect
by military force. They nssert, on the other
hand, that the Union members from the loyal
States?if they constitute a majority from
those States?will claim to be the only legal
Congress, and will, if necessary, ?Dvoko an
insurrection of tbo people to maintain tbom
in that position. They do not in the least
conceal their purpose, in the even*, of such a
collision, to appeal to force, and to 'drive tbo
rival Congross, with the President and bis
Cabinet and supporters, into the Potomac,' to
use tho language of one of the ablest and
most sincere of their number. If you will
recall the remarks of Mr. Boutwell, of
Massachusetts, in tho last weok'n first caucus,
I you will see this movement clearly fore
shadowed?indeed avowed. He deolared his
belief that an issue of force was rapidly ap
proaohing, and that we muet be prepared to
meet it. He acts, and all who co-operato
with him in these measures profess to act,
under the apprehension that the President
intends to resort to force?that he means to
disperse the present CongresB on its reassem
bling in December if it refuses to admit the
Soutborn members; and Mr. Farnsworth
ascribes to Mr. Seward the declaration that
?his Congress should never reassemblo unless
tue Southern members were admitted?in
support of this belief. I need scarcely say
that Mr. Seward never made any remark of
the kind, nor that the project asorioed to the
President is purely an invontion, or at best
the orazy dream of a political nightmare.
But in either case it serves the same purpose.
It covers, and is held to justify, the determi
nation to arouBO the North, and prepare fora
resort to force upon the assembling of the
Fortieth Congress in extra or in rogular ses
sion; and this determination is avowed. Aud
tho resolution to which I have referred, fur
an organization of the militia and a distribu
tion of arms in the Nortborn States, is tho
initial step to its execution."
Such a war would not be sectional, os v?i?b
the first, but would bo a civil war in the
fullest and diront sense of tho word. It would
pervade every State, county, town, family,
and household throughout the "loyal" States.
It would emptiatically be a house divided
against itself. Not loyalists against rebels,
nor Republicans against Dem?crata, but
Radicals against those of every name, ereod
or party who venturo to oppose thoir Belfish
aud ruinous schemes.
Wo in the South are muoh less interested
in this approaching orisis than our friends at
the North. Not that we mean that it in of no
interest to us, or of no political importance,
for the contrary is kuowu to be our view. We
are heart and soul oppoBod to the Radical?
and tbeir diabolical sobemos and ohioanery.
Wo expect much good to arise to the Souih
iu a political point of view from the Pbila
dolpbia Convention, in regard to which Mr
'The Philadelphia Convention is another
source of pauio to the Union party. By the
Radicals of whom I have spoken, it is regard
ed as intended to pave the way for bringiug
Nortborn Democrats and Southern rebolB?nto
oloeo conoert of action undor the protection of
tho President at tho opening of the nest
Congress for tho purposo referred to above.
And by noarly tho whole Union party, as
roprceontcd bore, it is buliovod that its object
is to break up tho Union organization and
form a new party which ehall ombruco North
ern Domoorats, Southern rob?is, and euch
portions of tho Union party as may bu de
tached from tho old orginizition. It seems
to bo ovorlooked that this Convention is call
ed simply for consultation; that it is not pro
posed to mnko nominations for any ofhoo, to
organizo any now party, or to intorfero in any
way with existing political parties. Any ono
or all of those things mat/ bo done by tho
Convention?but none of thom are ombracod
or propoBod in tho call for it. Thoso who
may do thom in convention, or support them
when done, will of course be responsible for
their notion. If tho Convention should take
Btops hostile to tho Union parly, no ono could
longor ndhoro to both. If it should mnko
hostile nominations, or adopt a hostile plat
form, no one could support both. But until
something of that sort is notually done, it is
not oaey to boc why any man of any parly
may not go into consultation with his follow
oitizot.B, from overy party and from evory
section, without forfeiting his party relations.
Tho idea that members of Congress have any
right, in oauouB or elsewhere, to issuo decrees
of expulsion or exclusion in such a cuso is
"At the same time it is evident that the
Philadelphia Convention is regarded with
great disfavor by all sections of the Union
"These defaults of its own havo given tho
Philadelphia Convention a degree of strength
which it is not wise for tho loaders of the
Union party to ignoro or underrate. By judi
dicious connsols at tho outsot they mighthave
prevented it; at a later stage they might
have controlled it; it is not yet too late to
eave themselves from being ruined by it. But
they will make a fatal mistake if they con
tent themselves with ignoring or denouncing
Perhaps, on the whole, it would he as well
if theso Radical marplots at Washington
could berelioved of some of their surplus san
guinary liquid. We wish the country no
harm, we want no war, but if the row could be
confined to the aforenamed politicians, we
should not object very vehemently.
The Now York Tribune, as might be sup
posed, makes light of Mr. Raymond's fears,
and proceeds to show that the Radicals aro
all right, serving their country as true patri
ots should, but that tho "Conservatives,"
Copperheads, &c., are trying to cot up anoth
er revolution. Grkel?y o? Ils Raymond an
other Titus Oates. All the other R-idioal
papers follow suit. But this, we apprehend,
is Dot in itself sufficient to quiet tho fears of
the country at large.
Cert lia it is, tbe Republican members of
Congress recently had a secret caucus in
Washington, at the ghostly hour of midnight.
Every man present was bound by a terrible
oath not to reveal aught thut transpired in
that nocturnal conclave.
If wo consider the men undor whoso aus
pices the caucus was held, the hour of meet
ing, and tho mysterious hints we have hud of
their doings, wo enn only como to one con
clusion, and that is, that theso Radical Con
gressmen are neither more nor less than a
band of conspirators, after the Catilinarinn
style, and it becomes us all to beware.
RKSIDBNCB UMM'KI), TO PUItCHASK
In the tower pan of tbe city. Apply to 8..111 H b
McGILLIVRAY. fui2 July ?0
AhTbO TO ItKNT, ? HOUSE IN THE
lower part of the city, coraf irtatily arranged.
Apply to SMITH ? MoQlLLlV^AY,
No. 27 Broad -street, bouth < ido, near State-street.
Julv 20_ fm2
ANTED, A PoHTAULU HiUaJII EV
GINE, from 6 to 8 horse power, bocoud-i and
one ?111 do. Apply to J. H. BUiUETT b Co , No. 10
Accommoda'Ion Wharf July 21
ANTED, BY A YOUNG LAI>Y, A 81 i UA
TI >N H TEACHER, either in ihocitv or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at thi? office.
WANTKD TO ilIICB, A ftJOvCC HOUSE,
containing a rooms. Addrosa A. 1)., Conner
Office, stating rent, location, ko July 19
WA?TfcD, lit AlOlNU AlilV, A?irllA.
TI ON Id some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Orocory bouse; ban *orao knowledge of the i?ry Ooods,
and a thorough knowb due o? the Grocery Business, hav
ing beou in tnat business on bis own account. Be will
study the Inter?*' of bis employer, and II wiillnu to
make himself generally useful Salary no object. Beat
of references furnished. Address "F." through tho
Toot? filce. or apply m this fflco June 11
LOST, STOLEN, &o._
KECWAUD OF T HKK DOLLARS
will ue paid for tbe OW strayed fmro the west
end of Broad street -lied Cow, wit? white bi-ly. white
so -t on fop-head ; nn tho point oi calving. Address P.
MOltltlMat-Y, No. 74 King-street. 1? iWjtt
OsT, a?N SUNDAY MiHlXiNG, AFTER
j Divine 8 rvlce. between St Paul's Ohuro-i and
George street a QtNTLkMAN S OULD FOB HUN,
with a Hinoii steel key atUohed. A roward will bo Klveu
for the same if returned to No. 10 GEOiiQE-srHtiE I.
POlKKI-BOoK. FOUNi>_I.KKI' *J\ T ? ?'
counter, at H. CLARK b BROTHER Dry Good?
Store, No. 3-4 King street, a POCHbT-BoOK. Tho
owner can have tbe same by proving property owl pay
ing expenaes._1_July 23
L~?8T, a NIGHT DOOlt K?-Y ANO A SIL
VER PfcN-HoLUFH with a GOLD PfcN?not of
rauch value to anv one but tho owner. A rewar I win
be civeu. Apply at thin ufllue._Jul> 21
?OST, A ILV ?? Al O UN KD ftl K K It
j BUHAO VI P' Pu: siipiioseu to have beou left In the
re r coach ol tho Northeastern Railroad yoatordny Tho
tinder ?ill be liberally rewarded by leaving tue same at
the office of tbe Char estou Botel._June 25
\TOTltK.-kll(iT OU MISLAID, F??l'lt
?M BUMJS "f tho Hoiith Carolina Rsl'road Company.
Mated 1st October, 18-3, numbered \f0. 100, 191, 102;
each lor tMid; payable ten y ars aft?r dtte.
All persons are cautioned sgali-sl purchasl? g or
trading ror the eald B. nus, as au ?pp'lcttiou will be
made to tbe i oiupauy f >r a ren?wa< ol tho same.
July 18_wfujrt_?.TJ'-TIHITJ "HW.
MDL?. STOI..K'?. M . u .?.i.A.?- - ? -
WARD.?Htolen from ray stable, at Damier'?
irosa Roads, "t James' Uoose Cri ek Parish on 'I uea
iay night, June 2?tb. a LIQHI" B?Y HOlt>E MOLE
it>o t 12 years oid, in good condition Mal > Mulo i?
? out 13 hands bl^n. and has wh'te hair about the hear)
indicating age. The Mule was ? n lu tbe i oss. khIoii of
i negro, di a somewhat i r??wn complexniu ou the
ight oi tho robbery, golnu In th?? direction of the Dor
ciiesier road, with anew brul o ou. which was taken
vith tbe Mule. A reward of ?25 ?IB b? paid for lii?or
atio lo.iim : to tho re. o?er of tb? ?lule, ami an ad
Itnnul roward will be g>?ei> tor evidence miffloient to
otivlct 'be tliOf. Address tho uierolunod, ut lau
er'? Oroas Roads, or at tb? Courier Office. Cbarb-stou,
i. O. WILLIAM L. IMQIJEaT.
J nun 28
rillKIVDSIIIl' I.CUM; I , No. 0, A. F\ Ma
AREOUHRCOMMUM ?AI ION OK FRIESrS'UP
Lndgo No. 0, will l><> held it M i? ?ulc U-ill. 77i?? Even
ing, at 8 o'clock. 1 he Arrear Liai will he read tho*ec<>ud
time. CandldateH fur the Third Degree w.ll be punc
tual. l>y order of W. M.
A. A. GOLDSMITH,
Jnly 23_1_Sn. reUry.
WABlUNQTO AH'I II.I.Kit.Y tlhllUTA
THERE WILT? BKA MB TINO "F THIS SOCIKTV.
This Evening the ?.3.1 liift . lit lin'f-par-t 8 o'clock,
at tho Ho,iO Engiuo Hall. A lull ?tt. ndaunsa i?- rciiucitt
ccl DAViD S. UUiTINO,
July 23 l Secretary.
sTt i IM K W A1.1. ~?*l 11 M K. yT. IN 14 C1IHP4IVT?
ATTEND AN I XT.?A MKi TiNO OP VOOUCOMPA
NY, fall Evening, 23d lust., at 8 o'clock at tho
Bv order. JNO. E DO'NFST,
July 23_1_^ Heo'y o F. E, Co.
\V..v|II,\(, i ON KlltK x KG1\M O??BIP?.MV.
ATTfcND A REOULXH MONI ULY MIE?TNO OF
your Coiii|inuy at tho Hal. This Ereniwj, nt H
o'clock pioclsily. a punctfj?! sttsudaii e is n?qu?ste<L
July ^3_ l_A. Vf. gTKVKNH, Secretary W. F. O.
MAuNETIC IKON VIIMPAI.Y OB* BUUT?I
O atO INA.
THE 8FMIANNUAL MEETING OF TIE SHARE
HOI.DKlts in this Compv.y wll bo hold oa Mon
day, the OUi of Auanr-t, prox , at 5 o'clock P. M . a tho
ofllceof WILLIAM D IIKi lOl' * Ut/., *o 37 Oroad
ntrect. whon a statno ont of theatTalra of tho Company
will bo laid before th-i meeting.
Itv ord-r of tho Prttsldout.
July 10 1C, 2', 30, afi
TO RENT, &o.
TC? IlE'VT, THAT MOST !> < SI It A II !.!<
RESIDENCE on Rutled,;e Avonno, opposite Dough
ty st e-t. Apply to PINCKNEY BUOH.,
July 20 fmw North Atlantic Wharf.
ptiUDIM TO LRT?T\V'? ItOOM ?. FUlT
JTV NISHE1) or unfurnished, lna very di-Biraiile lo
cality iu Meeting-street, near the Charloat n II m el
Tlic-u room? aro well adapted for singlo gentleman.
Apply nt this olUee. niwIG* Jnl> 16
rfx? HKNT-UV GIUitIKU De WITT?A
1 comfortable t.?o nn.l a half Btory DWELLING in
Htininicrvllte, on a Leano of six <ir twelv? months. Ap
ply to above, at northwest corner of King and Sprii g
st.cetp. _ July 13
TO KENT. THAT TMItKE AND A IIAL.K
8'IORY BRICK HOUSE. No. 70 Auson-B'reet. op
posite St ttcplioo'K Chapel, containing six rquuro rooniH
and two attics with drutsing ruuni? attached. Posses
sion given immediately. Apply to
NATH..N At OTTOT.E\"GUI,
Southwest corner Meeting and Weutworth-atreets.
July 19 tbsmwfj
Foil SAL.E, A FINE <.!<: ?> i?i<: PA Mil. Y
HOUSE, warranted sound in overy respect. For
particulars, inquire at tho COKN'ER OF QUtEN AND
FurTsaLk, a tkn-hokse -tai io ?au y
1-NUINE AND BOILElt, now rnnning, and some
Shaf ing and Pulleys. Apply at this afllce.
F*~?ri.~8AL.K, THE TWO ANO A H A I. ? '
STORY WOODEN DWiLLING HOUSE and
L17MDER uow on tho far n in hu'lodgo Avenue, imme
diately north of Pudigon'a Nursery. The purchaser
will bo privileged to occupy aud cultivate tho lartn until
tho let of February next, at waich date tho building
must be removed. Apply to
L. BUNr-H ft I? ON,
Jnly 21 2 No 5 0 Klugstroot.
PLEASANT RKSIDBl?tK I.\ THK WISST
BUM PART OF THE CITY?At Private Kalo, a
cool and plea-anily situated DWELLIN -, m tho west
ern part of tho City, in tho imm?diate vicinity of Hut
lodgo-atreet. The house coutalno ten rooms d ublo
piazzas to the rouUi, bathing room, and gas throughout.
The lot is largo Tho prcinia-a aro In lino order, and
immediato possession can bo given. Apply to
Z. B. OAKES,
July 31 3 No. J Broad-street.
F OK SALE, A BEAUTIFUL, NEW AND
FAST-.-AILING YACHT, thirty-seven feet long, 8
f. et beam, copper fastened; can uccorumo'ato from
twenty to tweuty-flve pors ns. Hor carrying capacity
i.emu largo, she 1r well adapted for trading purposes,
being of light draft. Can be seen at the wharf, near
NoithcnRtern Huilrosd. ?
Ter B?Half cash; anil bilance in sixty or ninety
days, on approved security. Fo?- further particular?, ap
ply to EU AU ?H Ai MALLONEE,
At their Planing Mill, near M. K Railroad.
July 19 0
?.? ? ^ ????? ? ?.?? ^ . ? ^^ i
DISSOLUTION OP COPAKTNEK8I1IP.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED H ?VE MUTUALLY AOKfcKO
I to dUBulvo copurliioi'hhip thin.lay.
July 2i. IBfiO M L. Al M AR.
N. t?.?M. L. AIMAR intends carrying tu tho AUC
TION AND COU MISSION BUS.NEsS, at No. 10 V nriuo
Halite, and would respectlully solicit public patronago.
All person? Indebted to tno ola firm will ui;iko pay
tuentto Mr AIM AR._July 23
ft I ?TICK.
THE CONNECTION BE WEI-N WILLIAM 8. COR
WIN At CO. or New York, and J F. CARTER. Bno
cossor of th? firm of 8TYLES a HARTER, having been
dissolved. Mr. E It. P ?TTi-ltKON. of Char cut.in, 8. O ,
Will conduct tho 1 UHPENTINE RMSlN AND OIL BU
SIN E8S. as iigoiitof the underpinned Offloe CORNER
OF EAST BAY AND ?UlGNARl) STREETS.
July 20_6___W. 8. CQttWIN k CO.
- THIS DAY FORMED
i of SHEPHERD.
DUO k COHEN, for niaiiufi? turiiiK TINWARE of a I
descriptions. They will alao deal In Stoves, Grates and
House Furnishing UOOdB, at No. 422 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, 1806. McDUFP COHEN.
COPAKTNK H H11' COTICE.
THE COPAKTNBRSHtP HKRETOFOUE EXISTIN'*
under the onme and style of AUSTIN it ALBEE
has this day ilixRolved, according to aitlclon of agree
ment. (Signed.) EAKVVM AUSTIN.
CHAULES H. ALBEE.
THE UNDBRSI"NED HAVING THIS
s Copartnership under the style i
THE PNOKKSIO' ED
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH Hi M IN THE PAINT. Oil?
AND (I LASS BU.^INE-iS, Mr GEOlmE W. WAR
lth N. Tho business will ho eatt.-rbe conducted in the
name of ALBEE & WARREN. No. 11 MARKET
bTREKT. CHARLES H. ALliEE.
THE FIRM OF H IU.EU AND HA8ELL 18 THIS DAY
(HhsxIvimI by mutual consent
Tho business will huioafier ha conducted bv Q. K.
HUOKR. who U authorized to settio tho aUoirs of tue
BENT? DB HASEtL. ! ??ncral Partner..
M. K. JE8UP & CO., Special iartners.
Jnly 17 10
mrs. m. a. ta^lonhon has removfd from
No 220 KI>G S. ItEi-.T to No. 2'i, one door soutn
I o rf.irm.r place ui btisiueM*, wiero she will bo glad
to seo her frioiulf? and formor patrons.
Boo would also tak? ibis opportunity of informing
th"in that Hh? lias juat received a largo nnd handsome
s??orttn.-iitof PaPEu H\NGlN??8. HiiRDERiNGS AND
WINDOW SHADES, which sho will sell cheap.
LO?I8 COHEN HA? RE\IOVEl> FHOM No. 218
KINO STREET to No 741, on? door south of litr
old Maud, fur uuo u.outh, whl.e the above 1b undergoing
repairs July 10
WM. 8. CORWIN k CO . OK NO t>00 BROADWAY,
Miw?nrt. having his da. made arrangements to
open * ltlt.-vNi. II of that enta .llshuieiit. under the ex
cluiivomaustiemeutot H, K. BKLFO'D. No 260 hin g
s rot, hereby yive not), o >hat K. E Bi-DFnltn is fully
ompowered to represent us, oed rr.wir.ict all affairs con
nected with ssld Dusluers in 'his citv
WM. S CORWIN k CO ,
No. 000 Broadway. New York
No. 2B0 King -tieot, t harle.ion, 8. O
Charleston. 8. C. July 21. 1800. J July -J3
, OE.Vti?K.AL> T%X OKKIUE,
CITY PA. K July 33d, lflOO
TAXNOTIOE.?THE RtHlKaOFTIIls O. MOE WILL
be clubou on too 1st day ol August.
1-LtEnVO D LANNKAU,
T. O. St. Philip's and St. Mlohsel's.
TAX .Moi ?Cf..
MOUNT PLEiSANT, 1
CnmsT riiuneu Paiii-u Jult 2 , 180A |
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NO'V fKr.l'tR?U TO RE
ilKIVEtheltErDitMaiaiid , AX. 8 f r tin- tow.? of Mt.
P.oasaut overy IU bDAY and TMUKsDaY from Four
P ?1. to Six P.M. (?t tup residence of M n HIM^NH;,
until tho lut of uxnst mx , whtui hi? ho ka ?vlll b(
oiosed mil executions i-ru.iI a ano-tall itef?uli>rs.
EDWaRD O. DALE, Town Iretuarer.
July a Xiiw8
IN ACCORDANCE WITII TUE SUGGESTION OP
tbo Ronatorfi and Representatives from thu Eloctoral
District of Oharleston in tbo State Lr-oislaturo, a
POBLIO MEETING ol the olcclors of Charleslou will br>
held at 8 o'clock, on the 2:id Instant, at Hibornlau Hull,
for tbo pur"Oso of seb cting Del? gates from tlio Electoral
District to fho Stale Convention to bo held in Columbia,
iu conformity with tlie suggestions of thoOovomor.
Tho object is by joint ucton to prevent Ccntrallzn
Hon, to scciiro the Coimtliutfonul Ki. bin of these Coin
mouwoaltbs, to vindicato their Mtatmul ?, aud to main
tain their lihi-i tI'-Ht under the o-g.inic law.
July 21 3
W. S. O.
CLUB I rOUSIC GIN.
PURE, SOFT m UNEQUALLED.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.
No. 259 King-street,
SOLE IMPORTERS IN TUB UNITED STATES"
Thts Brand Established at Rotterdam.
Holland, in 1785,
THE EXTENT TO WHICH VARIOUS BRANDS OF
SPURIOUS GINS are sold in this country makes it the
bounden duty of the public to INVtSHGATE THE
MERITS OP THE STIMULANTS OFFERED FOR
SALE, aud wo bog leave to stato that the CLUB HOUSE
GIN is tho samo as ORIGINALLY INTRODUCED into
this market uuder that name TWELVE YEARS 8IN0E
by tho proprietors, BLANKENHE?M b CO., ROTTER
DAM, Hl'LLAND, whom we have tho honor to ropre
sent; and wo are fully prepared to supply the TRAUE '
on the most favored terms with an article without its
equal in tho market, belog the PURE ARTICLE in Its
finest DRINKABLE CONDITION ANDFLWOR. euch
as sold by tho FIRST-OLASS DEALERS In Holland,.
England, and all over tho world.
No further proof is wanted of Us SUPERIORITY than-,
to know that it is recommended for its purity by
MEDICAL MEN OF THE HIGHt'ST STANDING, who
acknowledge that tho CLUB HOUSE OIN possesses
more MEDICINAL PROPER! IEH thou any Gin placed
before tho public; and, theroforo, particularly recom
mend it as an article that only requires to bo known an<?.
tested to be appreciated.
Wm. S. ?ORWISr & CO.,
NO. 26a KING-STREET,
July 33_mwf_ OPPOSITE nASEL.
QAA OASES IMPORTED CLARETS OF FAVOR
O \J \J ITE brands, for Bale at New York prices.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
No. 260 KING-STREET,
July 23_mwf_OPPOSITE HASEL.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IK
CLOTHS, CASSIMEKKS AM? VESTING?,
No. 35 Broad Btreot,
July 23_Cmos_CHARLESTON, S. 0.
BILLARP'SLETTERS, ILLUSTRATED, 1 VOL.. $1.50i
THIRTY YEAH8 OF ARMY LIFE ON THE BORDER,.
"* by Colonel R. B. Matjby, U. S. A? with numerous il
lustratims. 1 vol. 8 mo. $3.00'
RESOURCES AND PROSPECTS OP AMERICA, by
BirS. Mobton Petto. Bart. 1 vol. $2.00.-,
For sale by
July 20 No '?a-r> King street:
LIFE IM ??Swii
LIEUT.-GEN. THOMAS J, JACKSOK
Prof. R. L. DABNEY, D. D.,
OF THE UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, VA.
ILLUSTRATED WITH STEEL PORTRAIT AND
JOHN H. THOMAS 18 AN VU7HORIZKD AGENT TO
obtain subscribers to Till? HOOK, aud will call npon.
the citizens In Warde 6 and C mid can bn fouud at No..
40 UNK-STRET, from 2 to 6 o'clock, daily.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY*
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
HURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
Ticket? from Si to S20.
CIRCULARS SENT FHEH. OP" CHAUME ORDERS;
rorTIOKfcTH Id tu- a-rnvti LOTTERY promptly at-r
teud'dto. Drawing? mailed an rj.ni u tlio lottery ia
drawn. Havana plan I "ft. < y -Sf'.OOU Tuketa; ?05.
I'riz.a. Capital Priao, $l<it-,00u. Draws the l?ib an&
31?t of r\vi monto. Ad'trcHa
H T PKTER8,
Unit'd Hlutps Ll.-fii.?.! Auent,
No. 00 Hasol Btret t, or Ko> Box 63. Puatofflce.
MoOAETHY COTTON GINS.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NO M ?. MJ> AC r URIN?,
these OINS, and u, prnuned to ill. orders f?r Hits
comlnrforop. WIi.jLvaI 8. HEN. R h Y,
J...y 9 mw?lmo Mu. Uli MocUuv-airoet.