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CHARLESTON DULY NEWS,
G. R. CATHOART, Edit o a.
C1THCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY?TW" LVE Xl>? ?TUS.
DAILY- A?' ? e MONTH8.
10 NEWS DEALERS.
LaRUEST CIRCULATION LN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION LN THE CITY.
?rTHK T-.TST OK1 IjTGTTTCRS re
mnininK in the Postofnoe at trie end
ol eaoh weel* is piiblishe.t offioiully
In THK I3A.IL? Y NEWS every Jb'rl
A Connecticut mau rocoivoa a salary of $30,000
in a New York dry goods bouse.
Sovonty-five convicts woro discharged from tbo
Washington Ponitoiitiary on Friday, under the
rocont ordor from tho War Department.
About a quarter o? a million of dollars in gold
duet arrived at St. Joseph, HI)., latoly, in the
hands of paBBengors from Montana.
Tho President on Friday pardoned three persona
under the amnesty proclamation, the first for
aororal ?lays. Two of tnotn woro frool A,..*,.'?rna*
and the other from Georgia.
Vesnviu8 is showing signB of greater disturb
ance than has been tho caso for two y ears. Tho
volcano je th'ind?riug, ?ud tho crator omits u,n
enormous volume of fire.
The St. Louis banks havo taken Ml, 000 of Ala
bama bonds, issued for tho relief of tho destitute
in that State, at parr ?fli* m0ney has beeu in
vested in corn. ^'ich ha8 been transported to its
t*68 1*1 ion free by steamboat owners.
Tho following gentlomon havo been selected rf,
the members of tbe Commission to revise and
codify the statutes of the United States, in accord
ance with the act of Congress recently passed :
Caleb Cdsuino, of Massachusetts, Judge Wm.
Johnson, of Ohio, and Return J. Meios, of Wash
The American emigrant ship AfonnrcA of the
Seas, which sailed from Liverpool on the 191h of
March iaat for Now York, has been four months
at sea, and fears are entertained that she has
gone to tho bottom with all on board. Sho had
674 passenger*?, and a crew of fifty-four meu, in
cluding officers. Tho vesBcl is valued at $125,000,
and is iiiHiired.
Reports from Northern Ohio stato that tho sea
son has been decidedly unfavorable for the grape
crop. The continued cold rains of last month in
jured it materially. Tbo earlier rains, coining
when the grapes were in their most tender state,
caused blight and mildew to some extent, while
tho lator rains so affected them as to causo many
to fall off.
A communication from tho President gives a list
of the aggregato of all fees received by the va
rious consuls and consular agents. During the
la?t year those at London woro ovor $33,000; Liv
erpool, $27,000; Mmcliodtor, $23,000; Montreal,
$11,000; Paris, $42,000; Matamores, $14,000; Hava
na, $23,000; Hamburg, $10,000; and Belfast, $9000.
These are the largest amounts, and tho scale
descends to very low figures.
A bill has been offered in Congroea (which will
probably pass) to pay tho collectors of internal
revenue who were not ablo to take the test oath.
This is but just, for it would be A shame tba t the
country should acoept tho services of any class of
men and then refuse to give them what they have
earned. We hope that those postmasters who
have so long worked for nothing may also be pro
Tho admission of representatives from Tonnes
Bee will leave the balance of partios almost undis
turbed. In the Senate Mr. David T. Patterson,
son-in-law of Andrew Joqnbon, may be classed
with the Conservatives ; his term expires in 1869.
Hr. J. 8. Fowler, whose term ends in 1871, is
known as a strong Radical. In tho House, tho
Repr?sentatives elected as Unionists are Nath'i,.
E, Tatlob, HoBAOfi Ma?nard, Wm. B. Storks, 8.
"M. Abnell, and Isaac R. Hawkins. Tho Demo
crats are Edmund Cooper, Wm, B. Campbell, ? ?
John W. Leftwitch.
A man living at a village? near Mobile on Mon
day night attempted to frighten somo girls by
wrapping a whito cloth around his body and por
aonating a ghost. All ran but one, who pulled
out a revolver and deliberately fired six balls into
tho head and body. At tho first shot the ghost
fell, bnt sho continued firing. Sie then went
home and related the oircuuntaiicos, aud parties
returning to the spot found life oxtiuct, two balls
having penetrated the forehead and tho other
four the region of tho hoart. Tho sympathy ol
the people favored tho girl, and sho has not been
A writer in tho Nashvi'le Union and American,
disoussoB tho question of tho right of tho Houeo
of Repreaentatives (of Tennessee) to arrest ab
sent members. He shows from tbo Constitution
Of tho State that two-thirds of eaoh House arc
necessary to constitute a quorum; that "a Bniallei
number may adjourn from day to day, and maj
be authorized by law to compel tho attendance o
abaout members." But no such law ever bavin*
been passed, no such right exists. But what carei
Gen. TnoMAS for tho Tennessee Constitution
'Tie a piece of sheepskin to him, aud Lothiu*
Ilie following is a minuto description of Iho net
ten dollar counterfeit noto un tbo National Bauks
"Figure of Liberty on an eagle upou tho righ
end; Franklin and boy on loft. The signature
are engraved in the counterfeit, and in the gen
nine they are written. The lightning, grasped b;
tho baud of Liberty, is b..rely perceptible in tb
genuiue, while in tho counterfeit it is broadly de
fined ou a dark, coarse background, whioh in th
genuine is light. The goneral appearance is fail
but is very coarso on examination. On tbe bac
of the note the followers of Dz Soto appear mil
up, while in the foreground, that wljieh is designe
for a piiest, bur? the exnot image of a monkej
These note? may be altered to represent any Nu
4_" AU ?ommumcatwns intenae?for putMoanon in
this Journal must be addressed to the Editor o;
the Daily Nexos, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publiiher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected oommtinfoa*
Advertisements outside of (he city mttst be accompa
nied with the cash.
~C HA R L ESTOK.
? * ?
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 18CC.
THE CONSTITUTIONAL FA HCE IN TEN
When tbo oitizons of a freo Stato adopt or
ratify a Constitution or a '-Constitutional
Amendment," for a rulo and govornaoco to
thomselvoa and thoir posterity, it is generally
supp'<6od that euoh action is purely voluntary
on their part. A free Constitution, adopted
by mombors of tho Legislature, brought to tho
Capitol, and bold in their seats by Sorgoants
at-Arms, is a novelty iu this or any other
Our readers havo already boen informed
of the trouble Governor Brownlow had
with hiB rofractory Uoubo of Representatives ;
how he called on the valiant Thomas for
aid, and how tho latter in turn telegraphed
to Mr. Stan ton for instructions. The poor
members of the Tonnossoo Legislature?that
in, those of thorn on whom tbo Radicals
bestow the Copperhead appslative, wero not
soouro anywhere. Thoy woro huntod up and
down through the Stato, dragged out of thoir
beds at night, plnood on tho oars, and hurried
tiff to Nashville. Legislative honors cer
tainly had b^on conferred upon thorn for their
hiiih. The Radical papers mako sport of
theso unlucky wigbtB, as will be seen from
an article on our outside, entitled "A Tonnos
8oe Short Method."
But all at once comes the telegram from
Parson Brownlow, that Tennessee has
adopted the Amendment, and immediately
the whole Ulack Republican tribe, from one
end of tbo camp to the other, set up a Bhout
of triumph and praise. lo triurjtphc ! hosan
na I tho lost is found, the prodigal is ro
tUrned ! None of thom are over solioitous to
know by what manoeuvring a quorum was
prooured, or how they managed to gfct a Con
stitutional majority to vote for the amend
ment. The loss said about all this tbo
Tennessee is a Stato now ! onco again in
tho glorious Union ! and what has she dono
in the last few days to merit this privilege,
denied her for over eight months ? Whorein
has she been more honorable than her
eibters,?we who are still standing out in the
cold ? But we beg pardon. The question is
not properly framed. We should have said,
what deed of infamy has of late distinguished
her, to givo her this preference ? An answer
will be found in the record of the late ses
sion of tbo Legislature that ratified this
We hold not Tennessee responsible for euch
base villainy?such a bitter satire oa the
cause of civil liberty and free institutions.
Hor true sons,? those of her ohildron for
whom she need not blu<_, fell on the fields
of Columbus, Corinth, Murfreesboro, Chioki
mauga, Kenuesnw, Chattahoaohie and At
lanta; or oro at home now, maimed for life
perhaps, and persecuted by the oruel, blood
thirsty minions of Brownlow. Thoy are all
disfranchised. The State is in tho hands of
he loyal,??. ?. the original loyal,?who
were loyal all through the war.
And who are those men who deserted their
State in her hour of need?and what wero
their motives? Cowardly fear impellod
some to hold out against the Confederacy ;
others took the "Lincoln" side, to gratify tbo
promptings of private malioe, and yet other h
concluded that this is the side that will pay
best in the end. Very many of these origi
nal Union men sat on the fenoe, till tbey felt
it safe to show their hands. Many of them
are renegades, who^or a 0?tt8i>n, sorvod the
Confo,l?aoy, and then turnod their backs
upon her, like the lato Provisional Governor
of North Carolina, Mr. Holden, who, wo are
glad to see, is likely to be rejected by the
Senate for tho consulship of San Salvador,
because of his having been a rebel.
Tho scum of the land, the offscourings oj
civilization, now compose tho State. A fn
Governor for thorn is Brownlow. To wliai
a pass have things come, when tho Bbapiu/d
I of the deBtinioB of a sovereign State of near
ly a million of inhabitants, have falleu int.
such hands! Stokes and Mavnakd, win
may now go up by tbo front stair-?, in thi
capital at Washington, did not scruple to re
sort to any and every means, the most un
scrupulous not exoepted. But with all thi
1 dirty work these prospective CongroBsmoi
" wero willing to do, and actually did do, fo:
. their Rudioul masters,?thoy never couli
. bavo succeeded in bringing their Slate up, o
3 rather down, to the mark of require iu
? f'ainy, wittiout the potent aid of that most con
i Bummate and dirty blackguard, Paraoi
Brownlow.?the Governor of Tennessee
. save the mark ! Of thiBindividual we dono
t liko to disoourso, feoling that to do k> wen
B incompatible with that degree of decency w
* have always felt it our duty to observe in ou
Whether or not tho Constitutional Amend
e ment ought to bo adopted by the Souther
-, States, it is not our purpose at precout t
k disouss. ThiB wo reserve for another poriuc
" But certain are we. there can be no propriet
in dragooning a measure through the JLegit
' luturo in too in inner this was done, and tbo
oouio before the world with lyiLg effrunterj
and bold, that this action is the voluntary
verdict of the sovereign people. "Was there
over suoh a furoo on popular institutions ?
It was doubtless very inconvoniont for
Tonnesseo to bo denied representation in tho
national counsels, but there was no disgrace
in it. Tho opprobrium attaohod to tho other
sido,?to tho authors of tho ?niqaitous
mensures that deprived her of hor just rights.
But bow is it now ? The final act of restora
tion, with its concomitants, will ever remain
a blot on hor escutcheon. It will tuko years
ero tho disgraceful memory and poisonous
itifluonco of a Rrownlow cun bo erased from
Wo hi-po wo shall not bo called upon to
record nmilar ecencB und nclB in connection
with the restoration of tho other Southern
States. It is, perhaps, bettor not to bo too
hasty in tho matter. What has Tennessco
gained by her admission into tho Union ?
Who is benefittod ? Not tbo bono and sinow
of the State, those who fought her battles,
who etood by her through good report and
through evil ropori ? No, they are all dis
Mon liko Mavnard and Stokes, who have
sold thomsolvt'H over and over ngain to tbo
enemy, now at length earn tho reward of
their treason. What did thepe men not do to
gain tho suffrago of Sum ner, Thad. & Co.?
Did thoy not fawn on their Now England
masters for these twelve months past? Did
they not do their bidding in things great and
small ? Did thoy not go through tho length
and breadth of Maine, Vormout, MiiBnaohu
settsnnd Now Hampshire, stumping for the
Radicals, and befouling their own section ?
It is meet thoy should have their reward.
But wo protest in the name of? the people of
Tennessco, and in the name of tho South,
against having these dirty blackguards con
sidered as representatives of a Southern
sovereign State, and against having restora
tion on suoh terms considered os a boon.
Save us from suoh friends !
That tho record of infamy may be com
plete we append the following dispatch, sent
by "the Governor," to his dear friend in
Washington. It needs no comment :
"Exeoutive Department, Nashville, Tenn.,
July 19, 1866 ?John W. Forney, Clerk of the
Senate, Washington, D. 0.?A battle has bean
fought and won. We have carried the Constitu
tional Amendment in tbo House. Vote 43 to 11,
two of A. Johuson's tools refusing to vote. My
compliments to the 'dead dog* in tho White
House. W. O. BROWNLOW."
lirANTD l?-lftlici'l i'1'Kl.Y. a CUftlPfC
VV TENT HAN to act in tho capacity of Port*?-?*
colored man preferred. Apply at the jiANSION HOUSE,
HKOAD " jTraiJaT. 1 July 26
WANT.D TO PURCHASE, A RESIDENCE
In tho lower part of the city. App y t.?
W. Y. LfcITCH. Broker and Auctioneer,
July 25 1 No. 20 liront! street.
WAV I El)-A VoI'.Mi; tuAU? UK" t<AIM:
BItNCE and established ropntation, who an
ticipate? a removal to Charleston, daolnra to soouro, at
tho opening of the Fall 1 erm, a i-ituation as T? AC 11 E it
OF MI'BK), either In a school or to take prlvato pupils.
For farther Information, adlrosa MOTHER JEiuSA.
Convent of Mere*/, VT Prol. 11. E. K;Kr.L, ?oi li?,
Charleston Platonice. 2 Jm? 2?
AIMTKU, A SfCKVA*.'*.' WOMA**, WHO
can come t'fecommeudf d, who can w a?h and Iron,
and will in.rko i ?--re-ol? geuoraliy useful to a small family.
M P'y t this ofllce. July 24
lirANTBI), A I'OltT.IIII.I.. NIISUI K%
VV GINE, trom S to 8 horse power feecoin'-hand
onn will do A|.ply to J. H. BAUUETT & Co., No. 10
Accommodation Wharf. Jin?. 21
ANTfCD, BY A YUtUMO LAi?V, A SI lUi
TUN as TEAUHER. either In tho citv or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at tin? ofneo.
WA.tTKl) TO HIKE, A sill VLL. HOCSK,
containing 4 ruouis. Address A. li., Courier
OiBce, stating rent, location, ko. July 19
WA*.TR.O, U > 1 tOCNU flt?f?, A8IIUA
TION In some Wholesale or B?tail Dry Oood? or
Qrocery bouse; has some Knowledge of the bry Oood?,
and a thorough knnwl? dj*.- of tho Orocory Bualness, hav
ing been in that business on his own account. Ho will
study the interest of bis emplover, and la wlillnu to
make himself generally usoful Salary no objoot. Best
of r?f?rences furnlHhod. Address "F." through the
Post?nico, or apply at this office. June 11
IM-NOI.U Tl??rw UK CUPAItTNfrCitaHIP.
THE UNDERrilQNED H\VB MUTUALLY AGREED
to d. - 'oi vu copartnership this day.
July 22.18?6 M L. AIMaR.
N. B.?M. L. AIMAR intends carrying 5n the AUC
TION AND COM .tISSlO* BU8.NES8, at So. 16 V ndue
Hanne, and would respectfully solicit public patrons**.
All persona lndebtod tQ tno ola firm will mak? pay
ment to Mr aIMaR. July 23
u A I'll ? |* *u"
THE CONNECTION BE WEI-N WILLIAM H. COR
WIN ft CO. of Now Ytfrk, and J F. CARTER. Hnc
cessor of th-> firm of 8TYWE3 ? UARTfcH. having lieen
dtsnolved. Mr. E. R. rvTTl.fc.-10N. of Obar t.iu, 8. O ,
will conduct the TURPENTINE R181N AND ?. IL BU
Hir?EriS. as agONtof the uuderslgned nfnae OUI-NEU
OF EA81 BAY AND uUlQNARD 81'RF.E .
July 20 6 W. t?. ' -iTttiii #4 '
. aiHAUTMKKSHIP * ^UW-lsaV.
THE UNDBR8I"NED HAVING X0M >* T rfWaiPD
a Copartnership under tho UN* 1 f?SSAlU I),
1.110 ft COHKN. for niftiiufii tnr **3Tt-**'***' *-* 1 '
ilebcripilmiB Tliey will ala? dea rtW*. .'.rayt***? and
Uouae Furnishing Uoods, at No. ?22 ?a *?*?*??>-. t'liarioB
tun, 8. O.
FBvNUlH H DUO.
July 1st, 1860. MoDUFr- COUEN.
July 17_ mo?
CUPAIIT.MK *-HI '%??? ICK.
THE OOPAKTNKBWHIP HKRETOFOIlE EX1-TIN ?
under the name and atyle of AUSTIN ft \LufcE
ban this day dissolved, aooorulug m aitio!?-*. of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLb.K Al'HTIN.
CUAULEt H. ALBEE.
TIIK UN?Kiml? ' Kl?
HA8 A8S001ATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, Oil
AND GLASS BUi?INE-.B, Mr UfcORi'E W. WAR
ivr.N. The bur. mean will be eait.-r be conduced in tbt
name of ALBEE ft WARREN, No. 42 MARRE1'
t,TKE?r. OUARLEBH. AL...EE.
TUP. FIRM OF Hin.Ell AND UABELL IB TlUH DAV
disaolved by mutual cousent
Tho business will hereafter be conducted b? O K
HUUEH, who Is authorised to sstliO tbo a?alrfl of UM
O. K. HOQER, I nAttoral Partoera.
BENTLEV D. HA8ELL. } ?B--era' I*-""?6"*
M. E. JEHUP ft CO., bpiclal rsrti.f-rn.
Jnly II_ 10
? XA JtfcifllOV Ala
X OUI8 COHEN Ha* hEMOVEn Fl?OM No. 211
I a KINO BTltREr to No '? , i.ne door a-.mr? of mi
out *tuinl, for uuo oioiuh, whi.u tue above is uuderi<o!ii|
repara J?'* '
MOUNT PLE.B-.NT, \
Cuiuut Cuoncii Paai.H 3t,vt 2 , IBfi? f
THE UNUtttttHO.*???' 18 .\0*V PR fiBid' lO RE
.ji'.iv'K, iiioimruiiMiaud .aXi-b? rtiii-tuw" ?IMI
f.'^oauievery iUcUDAYaud TttOatMOAf from Foui
.- M.. 10 Mix l'. kl , (ai too residence of Ms Hl-UiNbi
until the 1st of ?uauat n?-x , wheu hi? >>o tar. *?iil b
oioaod audt exuotituius I-biio<i a^aiuat all nef-tuiu-rs
KUiVaU? O. OAAaU, Town ?rua? ror.
July a u,w0
, N ADJOURN!D MEETING WILL RE HELD AT
?\ tiro Charleston Hotel Ohio R??uui, TA?J Evening ot
8 y, c* lo. k_|_.July 25
Ohlintiw Fit ? ?C* D_ t BiiOlB . V.
AMKKTING OP TIlBSOtll TY WILL HE HELD
This [Wednesday) Evening, tli?. 25th ins.ant,
ot 8 o'c oek, to r???-oivo Ule r-mirt of Oonimlttee on
Ou.ll. All h rnihers oro earnestly rcquc-ti?! to lie punc
tual in itllei.tl.u.ce. L. B. I.OVEOHEEN,
H'cret?ir> pr> lea.
tn- Tho Comn.llt.eo on IIoll will men jtrom/itli/ ut
8 o'clock. 1 jui> *;r.
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
\\f A T C II S T O I. K (V ? O V Y RST K I> \ Y
V> AKfhliNOON, ut the c nor ff Sprint! and Com.
In? streets, fro??? mi elderly Kent cman by ?wo iic/,'r ea,
a '?<>l.| DoatHa R ttiui L vor Watch, of E?gl hU iinitiu
fuctur.i u.i.i nuiuitered 1424 and .?7(ir?. ,Ttiw??l its und
others an? requeme! to atop 'ho samo If offered for soip,
anil have tin p-iri??M..rr-st?il. 1* .inly 2/i
NOT m 'iT.?u^Wv TT?? ?u s la ID, p?uii
1IO v DH of the South Carolina Halitosa Company,
iiutcil ist October, ig-,3, Dnmberod u-9. 19U, i?ji, 11)2;
each for $000; payable ten y art. uft^r dito.
All poiKons aro rauliotioil ii^:ii?-Ht purchanlrg or
trading lor die s.ild R.n.is, as on sppiicttlon will be
nimio to tin, company f >r ? renewal oi tho pome.
July 1?__fu__AfJt?TOl?? KLUD.
LOST, llSIIGIIT DOOU Kl? Y /iNll ,\ SIL.
VER PhN-HoLDMt with ?GOLD PfcN?not of
niiu-li v.-iluo to iiiiv oiio but I ho us nor. A roward will
bo ?Ivon. Apply at thl? office. July 21
OST, a i_V It fll O UN ?55 H _ Hi 11
j 8I1UAUM l'tl'iO; supposen to bovn bcon left In the
ro?r conch ol tho Northeustoru lUilroid yestordoy. The
Ander will bo ltbt-rully rewarded dy leaving the samo at
tho ofllci) of tho Char estou Hotel. .Time '.'.">
Y| V _ K STOLE.*??? . U.iLLAK.s ?7*7
111 WARD.?Stolon from my Btablo, ot Dannor's
Gross Roods, ?t Jniuos' Oooso Cr.ok Parish on Tuva
day uiRlit, Juno 20th. a LIGHT B\Y HORSE MOLE,
?bo? t 12 years old, In good coniiition. t?al.l Mulo Ir
about 13 bonds hl?h, ami has wh?to hair about tho head
Indu--iilnif 0|?o. Tlio Mule was soon In tho possisslon of
a ncKrn, ola somowhat i mwn comploxton. on tho
nljiht ol tho robbery, ?olua lu tho direction of tho Dor
chester rnnd. with a now bridlo on, which was takon
with tho Mulo, a rowHr.l of $25 will b.t paid for luior
iniitioi, lo.rttu ? to tli.i rocoveo of tho Mult?, and an ad
ditional roward will bo givou for ovldonco nuluolout to
convict the tUli-f. Address tho iu?'er?lguod, at Don
ner's Cross Ruuds, or at tho Courier Ofllco. Charleston,
3. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
TO RENT, &c.
TO It K N -1 ?THAT RESIDENCE IN
Meetin? street, one door north of South Carolina
HalJ, containing 6 rooms. Teims UbL-rol.
T?IREE ROOM1 AND A KITCHEN OF A HOUSE
situated near tho above. Apply to
R. M. Marshall,
July 2G 3 lio. 83 11/ oad sir- at.
o Finite, a iiandsomu no.?ewood
PIANO, Foven ootave, in perfect order with Stool.
Apply at No. 108 QUEEN STREE f. 1 July 26
TO HKNT-? ?V GABltlKI, OeWITT-A
com'ortablo two and a half story DWELLING In
Nummcrvlllc, on o Leave of six or twelve months. Ap
ply to above, at northwest corner of King and Spring
streets. July 13
O MK?T, THAT NOS I' ?RSI HA BL.K
RE8IDENCE on Rutlcdgo Avenne, opposite Dough
ty at o^L Apply to PINCKNEY DUOS.,
July 20 low North Atlantic Wharf.
EOODIS TO LBT.-TW?? RooAI.j. FUtt
. NISUED or nnfurnlsbed, in a very desirable lo
cality In Meeting-street, near the Charleston Hotel
These rooms ore well adopted for single gentlemen.
Apply st this office. niwf <; July 10
FOR H it ft T , I HAT COM FOR i ABL.K
REiIDEN? R in the f >wn ot Summervllle, known
ss Dr. GELZER'S HOUsE, lot m??asurlng one and a
quarter s?ror?, m ro or loss. House coutalns fonr rooms
and poutrv, with kitchen, servants' r mum, corrloKO
house, stable ve^otab e garden, he. To an approved
tenant, rent will be m>id?>ratc. Apply to L. DUNG t? k
SuN. No 606 K1VG STRrET. ws Juno 20
FO.? HA? IS. TWO LOTS OF I.WI) I?
the village of Summervllle, H. C , situated on tho
south sido of North fourth str.et, between Main and
BlickJack treets, known In the pi-t of said village as
lO'S n and B. o ?malnlng one acre each, on.i about soven
minutes w.lk from the depot. Apply to
At the cornor of L no and RuUudge Avenue.
FOR Srt_K. TWO FIVE PI I LCI I COWS
and F'.'CR No 1 HPBlNiil Rs; one of tbefo Spring
era in o full b ooilod Engllfh low. Also pome Uhl-'.F
CaITLE. Apply ot No 163 RT. PUILIP STREET, be
tween Cannon and Spring ?trout s. 1* Ju y 25
FOM 8>\__, ?I?M UUiiOliKil? C A It. D
FRESH, pUton 3 hv 5. In good order. Ono Cabi
net and about 20 font? Job Type. Apply to
MlLLlGAN. ?iEI.CHERS kOO.,
July 25 3 No. 2" Vendue Range,
KOUS_ ANO LOI' roil S.il.K I.?? Till?:
town of Alken. 8. O. ; Lot fronting 160 leot
on Newbt-rry rtreet, and running bock 2U0 feet, adjoin
ing lot of Henry Wo^aol-, Ksq On tbo promises are a
t ? o-story rame House, containing ?sveu rooms,
double piazza in fron', kitchen, stob'e, oud oil neces
sary outbuildings, new and iu good order; a ft. e well
of woterluO feet deep, lar^o garden, with grapa vlnep,
petch and plum trees, ?bo., fie.
For particulars, terms, ate. Inquire of
WILT IAMS & I'UVEKT. tharleston, S. 0.,
Or by mall, to JAS. FERRUIS, Alken, 8. O.
July 24 _
FOR 8AL.K, A TKN-HOItSK ?TAI lOI AU Y
l-NuINE AND BUILER, now rnnnlng, and Bomo
8bof?lng and Puilej?. Apply at this offloe.
FOR 8AL.K, A UtCAUTIFUL., NKW AND
FAHT-^AILTNG YACHT, thirty-seven feet long, 8
ft ot beam, oopper fastened; eon ocoommo?iote from
twenty to tweuty-flve pera -ns. Her carrying capacity
tielnti Urge, she 1b well adapted for trading purposes,
being of light draft. Can be seen at tho wharf, near
Ter a?Htfif _9h; and bataneo In sixty ?? ninety
doy*, ?.?*a approved security. Fo further particulars, ap
plj to EBAU <H fi MALLONEE,
At their Planing Mill, near N. E. Railroad.
July 19 G
MIDWAY SCHOOL. Cl? AKL.OTTE? VIL-_,
WILSON 0. N. CARR. 1 Associate
JAMES M. ?ARNEIT, M. A.. iU??l*. Va..) Prim ipals.
TUE 8KOOND SEStilON OF THH SCHOOL WILL
begin on tho 1st Monday lu ?epteiiiber, aud will
eudJuuuSOtb, iBi;7. The ?bourse ot Stuiy U designed
to proparo boys for tho University or Vi gtiiis, or any
other O? liege or f??r ti,e pracuo.l bu??iuesa ot life;
s erial attonti?in is given to instruction in English
Studien and Dook?-e>-pt g.
Terms: For loard aud lultiou for Half Seision $15?,
pa obio in odvonce. Washiuu and Km 1 lurniHbjd at
actual coBt. Each pupil will brin? his own toirels.
For circulars and fuither parti ulari?, aildress
WILaO 0. N OaHR.
Charlottes ville, Va.,
JAMES M. O A H NETT, M. A..
Junction, Uonovor Do., Vo.
OOAKOIVO ANO O ?a V SCHOoli FOR
HAMILTON TERRACE, bALiTMORE, MD.
Mb ano Mns WH.8 N M OARY, 1 Prlnr,ln.iB
Mhs GiH JOHN PtliHA?. JPrinolpols.
rilUEKALLnKSbloN DEGIN3 MONDAY, 8KPI-M
? DKR 17. ?806.
Since its esu llshment In 18*2 this has boon well
known to the pnblio os era iniaiy
A SOUl'ltEltN HUtlE RtUI'iOL.
The principal?? at'll depund tor patronage upon their
For circulars or other Informa i'?n ad.'ress
WlLSiN M G*RY,
July 26 ITS'* Box 405. Haiti more, Md.
BOA it DIM;? i WOOlt 'I liltKK Of NTLE
oiEN, or a Lady an ? O nt etuan, ran bo acoom
uiodated with t?OAl\D by a. plying at No. 12 WENT
Wut.TIl HTtlEET. three doors bo ow \naon. July 21
aSTo. 193 EAST _3_5l^_T.
J. S. 8C-IRMER.
HOL? BALE DEAJLKli IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TIC RICE. Ai. aasurt_out ut oil gradea con
tan?y un hand._**"?> M
K. M. WHITH?,
OOKOMEi. A -D MallTUAf-H. .
HAS REMOVED Uli? ??FFICE TO NO 84 OHAL
MEKM-MTRKKl-, North ?drte, nest door to Mr.
tiLlNNiB" i4___ui_ bhoi?, _id t?#odo_se_t'?i Meet
uiK-atreet. stisj DO
ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, BOUOHT AND
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, BANK NOTES, STO0R8.
DONUB, OOUI'O.*-?. ftc, by
July 26 wM UEO W. Wi| L>AUB ft CO.
THE TIDE WILL 8EHVK THIS l)\Y FROM 6 T6>
8 o'clock, at White Point Garden liatliing H.-ut-e.
July 25 p. K11.RGT, Proprietor.
PROM THB.EE TO FIVE DAYS;
IN THE HOTTEST OF THE FIRE.
They Save their Contents in.
AND TBOVE THEMSELVES TO BE
FIRE-PROOF SAFR NOW MADE."
PonTi-ANf, July 11, lSfit?.
Messrs. Herring, Parrel <? Sherman, No. ?51 Broadway,
Neto York :
Gkhtlkmkn : The Fourth o? July, with Us usual feB
tl vit If? mu? pleasured, caiun ton aid leruiiitatton on tbs
afternoon of ihat day, by tin- brrnlt nj? "Ui ot the largest
firo that pvor took pace in this country, destroying half
of tho hiiHlni-FH portion of ho city, witn uumerourr
dwellings. Our atoro, whlcii was in a three-story brick
building, wat) comph tcly swept away hy 'Jio devonrlDff!
llamea. Wo wore carrying on the jewplr.v Viu.lneBB. We'
bad one of your large biso Champion Hafii in us -, which
contained our valuable jewelry and wat'hos, also our
books, papers, and s?uui< mom y which v/ero preserved
In good condition. TU? o-vers ol the births and some?
of the watches and j-welry aro discolored by tho steam,
from tho fire proof o mpobitl. > ; not a leaf of our
principal books is injnreti ; i.ot a word is erased from,
our books or papers, entry line, and ward perfectly legi
ble; our jewtlry and watch s can ..o cleaned Wo were
unablu to remove this Nufo and opnn it until Tuoaday,
the luth, a period of more than five days after the fire,
Tho ht-at ar.nudlt was of tbu iu..?t intense cbaractor,
as its exterior distinctly ebons Iba iron being bad lj
warped and sprung. The b ass knoha and omau.e<atal
plates on the dot.ru wore eutuely me'ifci off Tho bent
cloM?ly rexembled tua', of a fnriio?o, .or the iron was at
a white heat. Vfo wuld add ilmt a M ?to which will pre
termits contents in such a flioprovo ita superiority
and is thoroughly ni op. oof.
OhRRISH k PEARSON.
PonTLAND, M lin.?. July 13, 186ii.
Miftri. Herring, Farrel ofi She, man, Ntr26\ Broadway,
Qentlemkn: The large firo which occurred July 4th
entirely dt?*tro.<pd our extensive Btnvo m .mitnctory;
also, ourofflco. wbicb was in a rinpjrato ?voo-len build-.
ine, two st?r es In lielgtit The haft-, nun of your Her
ring's Patent Champion, w-?s In tho second story; it fell
to tho ground. Wj nut it out during the Ant by means
ol chain?. It was red hut. TV? bid It cut opon on
Hatnrduy. The bOOka and papere contained in it were.
all prohcrved. Yours, L-uly.
N. P. RIOtlARl.?ON k 00.
PonTLAND Maine. July 10,1865.
Met'rt. Herring, Farrel if* Sherman, No. '251 Broadway.
Oemtlkuen: This onco beautiful city lias boon the*
scene or tho mot-t terrible conflagration ?vor known in -
the history of fires on thl? couttuuut. Fifteen hundred
buildings were destinyed covering an area of mere?
tbar two hundred acres, roacbing a mile and one-half in.
loinitli, by an averago of half a ml.o in width. The
building in which we had the offlco or the Portland Ma- -
tual Fire Insurai co Company was entirely consumed.
We had? large number of book? and papera; *iie?e,
with other valnabl<-8, wero till locked up lu one of .tout
large Blze ' Fire-Proof Hales." We dug it out of the
rninfl on Saturday, where it rem.ilut-d tures days and a
half. Alter cmting it op?n. toour great surprise and
gratification tho coniouts were pros, rvo tin oxcellent
coudltiou; the covers ot the books were drawn by the
steam ol the fire-proof composition. Everv line and
word lu our booka and papers aro perfietly legible; not
a leaf of our book.-? or a paper ?how tho marks of fire.
When we take into coi-,airteration the magnitude of this
fire, tho terrific he?.'?; to which your Hafa wta subjected,
no water havin;* boon thrown on tho run. h or on the
fire, proves your nafo to bo perfect!? fir. -proof. She
ordeal through win. h -?fun have passed in this severe
tost, many huvuig been comp.ctely burned up, warrant.
ub in saying that too much pr.Uo cannot be bestowed'
on "lhe Herring " as every one of your make preserved!
its contents. Respectfully your?
Treasurer of P. M. F. Iusurancs Company.
Portland, July 16,1860.
Messrs. Herring, Farrel d) Sherman, No. '261 Broadway,
Gentlemen: Tho d< vasta'ing flro which took placo
inoiii-t.-iiy<.ii the uf'erii....n of Ju y 4th unuaralleled
in ex cut and numhor of b .1 dl gs dvsir .y<-tl by any.
fire that over took , 1 coin his coiiotry, outireiy con
huhu d our laruo sugar house and mil ml Wo were using
ti .i- O' } our large biz.? to ding dnor S fes. It was in the
third Story ot our office; when th* lloirgave way It fell'
luto tim cellar on a neap of huriili g sogar, wuere It re
mained until Tuiir?tla>. whou w?i r*-move,l ic a*id had it
cut open. Ic contained our goo oral hooks, valuable pa
piTB, iuHuraiico pulicie-., a record of our Oovernment
Hood?, Two TlttiUHAN? DOLLAR* lu tmi.k hlllB. and Home
ou tone ; all of tnttiii wt-io pivser>ed in excellent or
der?no/ a mark of fire on them Evory iluo is porft ctly
legible. Tho o v.-r? ot tho booka wer? drawn by the
aieam from tho fire-proof tilling; thev ca . b-i rebound*.
the leaves aie petfect. Thla Haf ? was subj.-ot to a vory
sever?" teat. We are very much pleased witn tho result.
It has proved itse.f p-rie.ll> firo pr of, aud too much?
prairie cannot be a* iir-.ml to a s ?if o hieb ?tood the test
so weU. Respculiully y tun-?,
J. H. BRuWN k 80N8.
Manufactured only by HERRING, FARRKL k SHER
MAN, Ho. 351 Broadway, corner ol Murrey-atruet, New
Cor. of Meeting and Market-sts.,
Jnly 36 wa2
THE OFFICE OF THIrl COMPANY 18 REMOVED*
to ?Mo. 157 MKKlINl? HT-.E?T.
A BRANCH OFFICE la established at No. 73 8AJ9T
BAY. at the OommUalon House of 00.XZAL.Kt*. WOOD
WARD ** OU., where frobch and. ia??uey remittanoea.
Will ba reoetTad aud dispatched to th*. malu nince.
W. H. WALKER,
July M 8 Agent?.