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CflARLESTON BAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHO ART, Edi f or.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
BINGLE OOP-?J.5 cent?
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
*Vr __._' Ii IS T Ol?1 __TT_33I-S re
mt.li-ii.l_ in the Fostornoe at the end
Of eaoh week is published officially
In TI__ DATT.Y -NErWS every BVi
Hon. GEonoE Davis, Attorney Genoral of the
lato Confodorato Government, has been pardoned
by the President.
It ia uaiil that Rosa Bonheur ?b coming to this
country to seo a live buffalo. Could wo not em
brace thia opportunity and lot her eco tbo ele
phant ae well ?
Recent news from Fort Smith states that seri
ous troubles havo arisen between the Choctawe
and their former slaves, and that troops have
been sent to quell the disturbance.
The University of Wisconsin owhb nearly $750,
000 worth of property. It has over $400,000, be
sides the Agricultural CoIIoro grant. That, at
$1 25 au acre, amouuts to $300,000.
The Rev. Dr. Obaven, of Trinity Collego, N. 0.,
has recently been tendered the presidency of
Boule University in Texas, but declined its accept
ance. Ho will continue hiB relations with Trinity.
The First National Bank of Wilmington, N. O.,
was organized on the 2Gth, with a capital of $100
000. This ia the fourth National Bank organized
in North Carolina. The application was on file
.ton months ago, The building formerly occupied
by the Bank of tbo State ot North Carolina is be
ing refitted for the new Bank.
A ragged old man was recently arrested in St.
Joseph, Mo., on the charge of vagrancy, and on
examining his person, full half a bushel of filthy
old raga were taken from about bis waist,.aud
wrapped in tho rags was concealed $1221.50 in
coin and $329 in currency. Tho old man deolarod
that somo of the coin had boen ia bia possession
for forty years.
Fort Snelling, near St. Paul, Minn., baa been
abandoned, by order of tho War Department.
Qov. Marshall has made application for tbo
frame structures, for tho asylum for disabled sol
Tatton at Fort" SuVl?ingVi?l Xo gV'ffi&^?y^S:
gross. The grant excludes the* fort itself, except
with tho consent of tho Secretary of War.
A corrospondont from Helena City, Montana,
says that "an active vigilance committee, plenty
of rope, and a convenient pine treo" are the means
by which excellent order is preserved in that
town. Thero have boon seven mon hung on the
same treo-one for murder, and the othors for
robberies, etc. The executions take place at
night, after "a full and fair trial, though not pub
A Newborn paper says : ?'The house of Rev.
Mr. Cohen, pastor of the Baptist Church in that
city, on Johnston street, was entered night before
last, and forty dollars takou from his pocket-book.
This we term mean robbery, for any one, black or
white, who would rob a poor mroisior, is certainly
mean enough to do almost anything." Our Iriend
Mr. Cohen has our sympathies in bia bereave
ment. Mr. 0. formerly labored for many yeara in
The third twenty-inch cannon ever cast was
cast on Saturday afternoon at the Fort Pitt can
non foundry, Pittsburg, and so far as can at pres
ent be known, was cant auoceeafully. Three fur
naces were employed in melting the metal, and
theso wero fired early in the morning. The first
conta-!"168'000 P?-adB of metal, the se'eood 37,'
000 pounds, and tie third 26,000, Waking a total,
in round numbers, of 1-0,000 pounds of metal re*
quired for the gua.
The most ungodly Har and the biggest 'fool
liar,' now alive is Parson William Gannaway.
Brownlow-tho shame of Tennessee-a humiliat
ing burlesque on the high office of Governor
the instigator of crime-the consort of felons
the coadjutor of aaaa.ains-the boon companion
of murderers-the burning scandal to religion,
and the foulest blotch on tho civilization of the
A Philadelphia correspondent of the New York
Commercial Advertiser says that tbe atBembling
of the Union National Convention on the 14th of
August, ia looked apon with great disfavor in
Philadelphia, and that "the returning soldiers
and fire companies freely and openly declare that
they intend to brsak up the gathering, anda
movement looking to that end is now said to be
on foot. There aro .a large numbor of invalid and
convalescent soldiers still about tho hospitals
here who affiliate to a considerable extent with
the firemen, and assort that they can provent the
holding of any such meeting, especially as publie
sentiment is against it."
The following statements in regard to the Chi
cago Republican bave been made: "Daring the
foarteen months it baa been in exiatenoe, ita ex
penditures amounted to $221,500, of which sum
$35,000 waa paid for the Morning Post, which waa
merged into the Republican, O. A. Dana received
$10,000 for the stock which the company present
ed to him, and $7500 for bia year's services. Part
of the remainder of the money was invested in a
eix-oyUnder Hoe and other press" s, but the larger
part of the $221,500 was absorbed in the accruing
deficit, that existed between earnings and 'run
A London correspondent of a Northern paper
thus ??rites of car old friend: "Col. Yon Boroe,
who was ohief of Gea. Jue. Stuart'? staff, and
who has Just concluded in Blackwood those very
graphic series of papers, 'Memoirs of the Confed
erate War for Independence,' *? the Morning ?fer*
eld's correspondent with the Prussian army. The
Colonel, though a German, write? Engllah clearly
and spiritedly, and being a regular ooldior-an of*
Acor of TruBsian cavalry-together with hie oxpo
rionco in tho American war, hie lot tere will no
doubt provo oxceediugly interesting. Ho ia, bow
over, of warm tomporament, som o what of a fan
atio, iu fact, in his sympathies ant,' prejudice?, and
being euch, hia lottern will, I f-jar, hardly bo eo re
mark ihlo 'or judicial impartiality as for clear and
grapfalq dolino?tii*>ri8 of the operations of war."
MM" AU communication? intended for publicauon it?
Ulis journal must be addressed to the Editor o)
the Daily New?, No. l8 Hayne-slreet, Cliailesion
B. C. Business Communications to Publisher o>
We cannot undertake to return rejected oommunloa
Advertisement* outside of the oily must be accompa
nied with the oath. _
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 18"6.
JEFFEBSON DAVIS IN CONGBESS.
One of the most curious pieces of history
connected with tho late war, and the acts and
jobs arising out of it, will he a veracious
narrative of the pursuit and capture of Jef
ferson Davis,-if it is over written,-the Btory
of his imprisonment, the unscrupulous and
disgraoeful meaos resorted to to procure evi
denoe suffioient for his conviction, the numer
ous vexatious delays to prevent his trial, the
persistent malignancy with which the entire
Radical press have never coased to slander
bis name and heap obloquy upon his head ;
and ?Dally, the nine months' labor of the Ju
dicial Committi o of Congres?, w li i oh, on
Friday last, resulted in the birth of a report,
soven polid columns in length, in the small
typo of the New York daily papers. From
?he faot 01 this report being brought ia onl v
the day bofore adjournment, we have a right
to infer that Congress prolonged its session to
this late date solely to give the committee
time to hatch up a ?trong case against the aroh
And now let us examine the nature of the
brood thus painfully and tediously brought
into being. H*ve they proved anything that
we did not k,now before ? llavo they brought
to light any complicity with the murderers of
Lincoln ? No, they do not even pretend to
this; and yet this was the only task of the
it should be remembered, too, that this
Committee was vested with the largest powers,
far exceeding ?ven those of the Executive;
could and did send for persons and papers ;
was not limited as to time, and certainly
lacked not the will to muke out a Btrong case
against the pri-oncr. No oase was ever
brougnt into court so well "gotten up;" no
prosocuting officer ever exerted half the zeal
and energy in preparing testimony to insure
tho conviction of the prisoner, as did the mom
hers of this Committeo irr tho present cubo
It was, indend. a labor of love with them.
DAViB -??."ted ?uBtioe, but tho Judiciary \joiu
mittee (strange misaomor) thirsted for ven
Detectives were*employed in-all parts of
the country to ferret out everything thut could,
by the remotest possibility, be made to havo
any bearing upon the case. UnsuooesBful in
this, ths detectives were discharged, and
others employed, whose busin ess it was to
fiad testimony that shall convict Mr.
Davis of complicity with tho murder of Mr.
Lincoln, as in duty bound, the detectives
went to work and found the necessary wit
nesses. Their affidavits wero taken, and
they proved everything the Committee oould
wish. Underwood also, as we have recently
seen ia the papers, testified before the Com*
mittee that he thought a jury might be packed
in Richmond who would convictMr. Davis.
The Committee rubbed their hands with
glee. They had it a sure thing now, when
just at the very moment when they felt cer
tain of their game, several of the aforenamed
witnesses reoanted, telling the Committee that
they had been induced by large promises to
make the affidavits ; Mut that the same were
false, and as to Mr. Davis thoy knew nothing
at all about him. All this was published ia
full in the New York Herald. The publica
tion raised a row in the Committee, and in the
Ridioal ranks generally, hut there has bean
no categorical deni*! of the allegation. The
N. Y. Tribune, in its review of the Commit
tee's report very feebly says : "The Committeo
have properly rejected the testimony of the
witnesses who avowed their own falsehood,
with what motive does not appear."
Dr. L?eber's archivos furnish proofs first,
with regard to Davis' decrees regarding ne
groes bearing arms. This was a mero retalia
tory war measure, not unjustifiable uuder tbe
oireumstanoes. But as it was never put into
exeoution, and as even the Tribune passes it
by, we will not lose words in its defonoe.
The second, third and fourth part of the
report all relate to tho treatment of Union
prisoners in the several Confederate prisons.
There has been a great deal said and written
on this subjeot,-muoh that is, alas! bat too
true, and a great deal more that is false, and
written, too, by mea who knew they were
lying. After looking over the documents
here adduced, we are on the whole very well
satisfied that they havo boon brought to light ;
for they will at least show that our offioere
were not indifferent to the Bufferings of the
prisoners. The faot of their privations (by
no means as great as is attempted to be made
out in the hirst of Yankee sensation books on
tho subject) attracted the attention of the
officers in obarge, who sought to do all they
could to ameliorate their condition. That
many letters and endorsements were frequently
written, producing but very inadequate re
sults, may be very trae. Bat is not this to be
nBoribod to tho innato ovile of rod tnpeburoiu
oraoy, rather than to any imputed fiendish
depravity of the ProB.dout of tho lato Confede
Thut "ono Sabina Dibmukes, from Statee
burg, S. C," should havo written a letter to
Jefferson Davis on tho oondttion of tho
prisoners at JTloronoo, is quite oreditablo to
tbo Bfiid lady, but docs not nocossarily crimi
nal? Mr. Davis. So far from it, the report
shows that this letter was not thrown nsido,
but at once acted upon, roferrod to tbo proper
officers, with a view to invoBtigato tbo obargos
therein proferred. So with other dooumonts.
Yet in tho face of this lamo apology for
making out their charge, tho Tribune says :
"Davis himsolf waa immediately responsible
for the? inhum.n troatmont of tbo Unioi.
prisoners of war, and, by inference, was none
too religious a character to direot tho des
perate wirk which remained," i. o., aid in the
assassination of Lincoln. Mark the malevo
lence of this Bontence, to say nothing of the
bad English in which it ie couohod.
Of the treatment our prisoners received
at Point Lookout, Fort Delaware, Rook
Island, Elmina, Forts Warren, Lafayotte and
MuHenry, in the infamous dens at St. Louie-,
and ia the hulks oil the coasts of Georgia and
Florida,-we shall say nothing here, boouuso
it were UBeloss. _nd yet could we make out
jnHt ob strong a caso in their behalf, and upon
well authenticated testimony, as any true
statement that ever carno from the Union
prisoners. And docs not history abound with
similar talcs of horror in almost every war ?
Have the British prison-Bhips been forgotten,
and the French and the Spanish ? Why take
euch tenacious hold upon these1-unfortunate
concomitants of war ? It has again and again
been proven that this treatment was not
owing to any wilful barbarity, but arose from
the circumstances of the time.
Was not McGjce acquitted in Raleigh, aftor
tbe most strenuous exertions on the part of
the War Department for his conviction ?
Major Turner was kept in prison for many
months because ho happened to be command
ant of Libby Prison. Would he have been
released if it bad been possible to convict
him of (bo crimea charged against bim?
We would not impute suoh neglect of duty
to the United States Department of Justice.
Wirz was made a soapegoat. IIo foil a vic
tim to the mob, who would have blood.
The animus of the "report," aa well as of
all of the numerous vindictivo diatribes we
daily see, is the same. Tbo Radioals aro de
termined to wreak their vengeance on tho
South in the person of Jefferson Davis.
They know thoy oannot accomplish this upon
a mero charge of treason, so they move
heaven and earth to find him guilty of some
The Judiciary uouium-vo i..a,_ ...., ._.;?]_
oloBod doors to tho last day of Congress, and
what havo thoy proven? Ilear them :
"The ovidenco in poasoesion of tho Commit tee
connecting J.iT. Davis with the aesaaeiuatton uf
President Lincoln juittifiea tho Cotnmitiuo in Hay
ing that there ia probable cause to believe that ho
whs privy to the measures which led to the
commission of the deed ; but tho investigations
which havo been made by tho War Department
and by the Committee have not! resulted in placing
the Qovernmont in possossion ?if all tho facts. It
is probable, however, that the further prosecution
of the investigation by the Committee and by tho
officers of the Government will result finally in a
full development of the wholo transaction."
So it would appear that nine months is not
sufficient time, even with the unlimited pow
ers of this inquisition. Was there ever suoh
an outrage on h um ?mi ty, on justioo, on nil
that ?b decent, fair and honorable ? We know
of no parallel in history.
WANTED IJUIKBIATlCtY, A. MAN ANO
b'S wife aa house servant and chambermaid.
Apply at No. 28 MEBTING.8TBEs,T, or No. 22 EAST
WANTED, A SERVANT WOMAN, A GOOD
COOK. Oi.q who will bo willing to mafcobersoif
gcnerall?; urfefil. Apply to JOHN KENNEUTY'8 farm,
nrat Avo-UO above tiio Embankment*, on Cooper Blver.
AUgU*t 1 _ 1**
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS OPERATOR
on Singer's Sewing Machino; ono who under,
-tanda vest making preterred. Apply at No 85 Bread.
street. _8_July 81
WANTED, A (MPABMC COOK-ONE
who can come well recommended and under
stands ber business. Apply at HaBEL-STBEET, thlr?.
door below Auaon-atreet. ' July 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LADY, A SITUA
TION aa TEAOHER, cither In the city or coun
try. For farther particulars, Inquire at thle olflco.
Jilly 2 J . .
WANTED, BV A YOUNO MIN, A SITUA
TION In some Wboleaala or Botall Dry Gooda or
Orocory hound ; baa soma knowledge of the Ory Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Buslnass, bav*
tug been in ttiat buaiueas on his own account. Be will
study the Internst of his employer, and la wulla? to
make himself generally userai. Salary no object Bett
of referenoea furnished. Address "J?." through the
Post?nica, or apply at this office. June 11
AFII.HT-CL.AHS SINGER'S BBWINO
MACHINE for ?ale at a low price. Apply lor
three dais at EPS I IM A ZBMANBK.Y'8. No. 20? King
atreet, corner Wentworth, under Masonic Ball.
August 1 3
HOUSE AND LOT -'OR SALE IN THE
town or Aiken, 8. O. ; Lot fronting 160 lest
on Newberry street, and running back 200 feet, adjoin*
log lot of Henry We ?no1 ?, Eaq On tbe premises are a
t?o-Btory iranio House, containing seven rooms,
double piazza in front, kitchen, stable, and all neces*
aary outbnildlngs, now and In good order; all' o well
uf water ino feet deep. large garden, with grapo vines,
peach and pinta trees, ko., &o.
For particulars, term?, Ac. tntjnlro of
WILMAMd k COVERT, r.harleelon, B. 0.,
Or by mall, te JAS. PEBBOIS. Aiken, 8. 0.
E. M. WH1TINO,
OOBOVBB A?iZ> magistrate,
HAS REMOVED HIH OFFICE TO NO. 84 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNiB' Blacksmith Shop, and two doora east of Meet
ina-atrtvat _May 80
BOARDINO-TWO OR THREE OKNTL.E*
?1 EN, or a Lady and O'nttman, can bo accom
modated with BOAiil), by applying at No. 12 WENT
WORTH 8T__ET, three doora boiow Anson. July 21
DISS'"'*L.TJTIO(V OK COPA ItTN H H SHIP.
TUE FlltU OF 0L-.KK & GHUliER ia THIS DAY
dissolved by mutual cuisiut. Too iiiMn-hu will
bo lereattor conducted by QKO H. GRiTUER ft J\MK.H
8. MaHI'IN. uihIt tlu-at>lo of OllUHKR tt MAUTIN,
who ?ill Kottlo tho nccuuuta of tho lato urtu.
DIMOIiUTIOII "P cop/tHTVKHSIUP.
. HE? OFAIfNERSHlP HEREVuFORE EXISTINO
1 lu tim GROCERY BU.11Ni-.B8 clom-d Bepterubur
Cl8ih. 18G4. between ti.o BUbSOl Ibera, under tho n um? ol
N. M PORTER A CO. Ih this dav dins ilvod by mutuai
consent Tho accounts duo thom may bo ButtUd with
i ItliiT The obligations outiitaudiiig of tho firm, chief!
In Now York, will be dl-chargou al tho earllo-it pruciica.
bio time, by the Senior P?rtuer. ia* illbscnbere .vail
themselves of tho occasion to rotum th?-lr thanks to
their creditor?? f??:? ?heir patience aluce the war, and tn
their customers who havo so generously supported
thom for many y ?ara lor their preference
NORMAND M. POUTER.
GEORGE H. tlRllHr R,
CharlcBton, Auguat 1. 1806_wim3 Anmist 1
OKOCRHT COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THB nnB8CRIBKR9. FoRMHtLY CONNECTED
with N. M. PORTER & CO., as copartner and sb
umlaut lu tho Orocery Business, have formed a ropart
nersblp under tho name and atylo of GHUUEU A MAR
TIN, Irom this nato, for the puri-oso of continuing the
niiBlnrsn In all Ita branches; aud liavin? made adoiiuatp
arrauRomcntB, will c nduot It on the most favorabto
termsrand In the best mannecr, at tho old Bland, >o
aifi "INO 8TIlF.iT, abuve Market Btreet, Thoy have
purchased a laruo ocrtlou of tho stock on hand of
Messrs Clark <S Gruber, a d will make early a i dit lons
to oomnleto their Hufply of choleo Groceries. Wines, and
Liquors, which ??ill be ?old at the lowest current rate?.
A large leo R?oin alfords the advantage of cool Butter
Bud Provisions during the Bummer, at their ?rtabllsh
mont. GlOl-GEH QKUBER,
james o. Martin.
Oharloston, August 1,1860.
F BOM ALL CONNECTION WITH THE GROHERY
Business In Soptcmber, 1P04. tho Mibaorl or tahoB
pleasure In recommend In? M osara. GRUB Kit k MAR
TIN to the former e.UHtomerB of the. lat?- Arm of N. M.
PORTER A CO an?i tho public, as worthy of tocir c ?n
fldonce and patronage Mr. liUmiMi, having boen
twenty (20) years eintinuoudy with him as assistant
and associate, and Mr. M a UTI N ten years bb clerk, bave
given evldouce of their character, cipaoliy aud applica
tlon to bURlness. which la assur.mco of cmlnnanco and
a guarantee al confidence In tholr being woll plao d.
N. M. PORTER.
Augdst 1 wlm3
ni-HHU'TION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE FXIHI1NG
under the nsmo, rtylo snd fl m <f JOHN 8.
BIGGS A CO., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN 8. RIGGS.
Auguetl_ J. RAVENEL ?MACBETH.
THE UNDERSIGNED RAVIS THI8 DAY FORMED A?
Copartnership for carrying on tim REAL l HI'aTK,
BTGOK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, under tho namo and strlo of M AOBK'l H k
RAVEN EL. ?. BAVENEL MACBK'I H.
August 1, lflfiG. DANIEL RAVENEL, ?Tn.
MACBETH ib HAVKM'.l?,
REAL E8TATE, STOCK BROKER8; AUCTIONEERS
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OFFIOE-BTATE DINE COnNKll BUOAD ANll F.AKT DAY,
Will attODd to the purctuso and salo of REAL ES
TATE, STOCKS, .BONDS, and all negotiate popor,
?I rielly on commis*' n; a st, All artioloa of merchandise
which may be > ii trailed to our care.
J. RAVEN*L MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jb.
JAMES ADGER k O'*. IO. T LOWNDE8 A 00.
ADAMS, FROST A CO. |R?.VENEL A CO.
Col. D L. MCKAY.
President peoples' National Bunk.
August 1 _
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH US,
In the FAOTORAOE AND GENERAL COMMIS
SION BUSINEdH, Mr. K MIKEL.L CABROLL.
Our beeta* a- in future will bo conducted under the
Stylo Of LOWNDES, M i KELL A CO.
LO ANDES k MIKFLL.
August 1st, 18?8. wfmlmo August 1
THE SUBSCRIBER? HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Hop irtnersliip under the naruo and si;lo ol tJOOD
RICH, WINEvlAN & CO., 'or tu>< tiurposeoi carrying on
. wnni.WM,** DRUG AND IM PpBl IN G BUSINESS,
at No. l63 MeeUuB-strcet.
GEORGE 0. GOODBIOH.
Charleston, August 1st, I860.
I HAVE THIS DAY DISPOS RD OF MY ENTIRE
future*t lu the DRUG BUSINESS formerly couduot
rd by mo, to Mesars GODDHlOH WINEMAN A CO.
Thanking my former Lotron? for their liberal patron
age, I take groat p uaauro In r?. connu? ndlng my succ?s
sors. J. A. MORGAN.
CliorlcHton, Auguat 1st, 1808.
August I 6 thai
THE rOPARTN-R8HIP HERETOFORE EXiSTTNG
under the name and style or M. M. QUINN k BRO.,
bas this day been dissolved according to artlcloa of
rfllonedl M- M- QUINN,
[signed] p QUINN.
The business Will be continued hereafter at No. 189
Broad atreet. Augus'a, Ga., by P. QUINN, and In
Charleston at No. 637 Klug street, by M. M. QDINN.
July 31 . i 0
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THlo DAY FORMED
a Copartnership nutter the ?a/'.n ot SHEPHERD,
DUO A COHEN, for manufacturing MT* WARE of all
descriptions. They will also dealt n Stoves, GratcB and
Houbo Furnishing Goods, at No. 432 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. 0.
,- FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, I860. MoDUFF COHEN.
July 17_ Imo-*
THE OOPARTNKRt-HIP HERETOFORE EXIflTTNtt
uuder the name and style of AUSTIN A ALBEB
has this day dissolved, according to aitlcles of agree
ment. (Signed.) EaRLKH AUSTIN.
CHARLE:* H. ALBEB.
THE rSD KR SIO * ED
HA8 ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND OLA88 BUhlNEsS, Mr GEORME W. WAR
REN. The business will ho-rafter bn conducted In the
name of ALBEE & WARREN, No.- 42 MARKET
hTRRKT. CHARLES H. ALBEE.
Jnlv 9 - .
THE REV. OR. AIVERS
HAS MUCH PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE
Inhabitants of Charleston aid Its vicinity, that, at
the solicitation of many fri<*i,ds, ho has <oi olnded to
open a nrat-ciasB EDOO'TIONAL ESTABLISHMENT
In this city, at w Ich young gentlemen may be thor
ouithly prepared for either a O? lio. o or Business career.
.Tho course of Instruoiion to be Imparted in the Insti
tution will embrace the Englbh Language In all Its
brsnehes, as woll ss French, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and
a perfect knowledge of Book-keeping snd Ac omits to
those pupil? who may require instruction therein. Spe
cial attention will be given to the future avocation In
whi. h each atadentls I kely to engage, whereby a anita
ble education may bo pursued within the limits of the
ihn connia rabie experience of the Principal, whose
personal ?ti en tlon ?ill be devoted to the interests of
tlio-o attending the Institution, leads bim to feel san
guine ih?t the entire arranxeinenia of the Academy will
affo-d the ntu oat BSiUfactlnn ti the parents snd guar
dians of suon young gestibmen as may be placed ssdsr
Reference may be made to any of tho undermentioned
well known g ntl? men:
O. H. MOISE, Esq. ' IT. L. OOIER. M. D.
THEO. D. W-.GNEP.. Esq. H. H. Det,EON. E-q.
B. I?. LAZAROS. E?q HHAH T. LOWNDES. Esq.
JAMES MAOB hTH, Eiq. 11 VW/i Ii D LYN AU, Esq.
Terms fhrtb? scholautlo ?ear. emoraolug ten months,
and commend? g ou "h- 8d October, H-oo, will be made
known through a futuro advertisement.
Further partioulars may be oiitalned of the Rev. Dr.
M?KHH, at tho Elliott House: or, during his temporary
arisenoe from tho city, on application to 0. II. MOISE,
Ksjt^_wfin _Antftist 1
BOAnDINO AND DAY SCHOOL. FOR
HAMILTON TERRACE, HAL TIMORE, MD. \
M?, ann Mns WILS'N M CARY,) " .* . -, -
Mae GtM. JOHN PEGBAM. J ^?n0ip*l?.
THE FALL ME88ION BEGINS MONDAY, 8EPTEM
BBB 17, iKCo.
Slnoe Its cata-.Jiahraent in 181'1 this haa been well
known to the publlo as eca utlaiiy *
A SOUTHERN tiOUk SCHOOL.
Tho principal? st'll dopend for patronage upon tholr
For circulars or other Informa Ion addrees
.Inly 39 w6* Bos MO, Baltimore, Mu.
MEDICAL SOCIETY t?F MHI'U CARO
fpiIE RFOULAR MONI ULY MBBTIVQ OFTHIB
JL bOCIETY will ba held This Evening attt>?P. M.,
uver Mr P.tijkiilti'H in ug Biara, Mumu? ru aro pani, u
i.irly rxiuosi ?J tu uu-i.il a? i-locti ne ci importance
will tako place. FRANUI8 L 1'AiiK It, M. 1).,
August 1 1 tsccr.?tary pro tem.
I AN DM AH It LODO F., Ko 70, A. F. M.
THE RKUUL.AU. '? OM?TlM ATION OF THIS
l.odg? win bo lull! This Evening, lut luttant, at
too Ma.oiilo Hall. Tho Arrcw l.i t w<n bo rwadi
August 1 1 V J. T 'BlAU, Secretary.
I. O. O. F., HOC III C A UOIi. NA LODOE
THE REGULAR H RE H NU OF TOTS Lt>DOE WILL
bo h?ld This Eventnp A imiietiiul atloii'*auce la
requested, as the Arrear Lii-t ?-ill be tea?! aud Rule ri
gldl? oiifurccKl again-?t eliii<inuiitn.
By order of tho Lodgo.
L. O LOYAL,
?uffUBt 1 1 ' Receding Secretary.
MUTVAL BKNKKir I.O N S SOCI ATION.
a MEETING OE TUE HTOOKHOLI'KBB OF THIS
/_ COMPANY will lio battit r-.-.Worroiw Evening, 2d
lust., at 8 o'clock F. M , at the Mummle Hal), corner of
King anti Wentworth otr? oIh. ?h.-ti ? report OX tho affairs
of the Compati) will be niiliuiitted.
Stockholders mil please brlug their Certificates of
Block. HKMIY COUIA,
August 1 2 President.
PORT ROYAL K**1LtlO%D.
THE ANNU-L MKETI (I Ob' THE STOCKHOLD
ERS OFTH I'uRT royal railroad com
pany will bo held In AuguRta. i.-nrgu. ou the second
Wednesday in August, bring he o)? lit li day of the
month. Parties an- rei|U stud to I ia vu tlu-ir Stock reprc
aentcd elthor in person or i.\ proxy.
Tho Directora are r< quested to uicot at tho Planter's
Hotol, in August?, at lu o'clock. A. M , ou Tuesday, the
seventh day of the mine month
Amulet 1 wfnt?vt it. J. D\ VA NT. President.
TO KENT, &c.
TO RKNT, A COiUFUKTABLK REfrtDENOE,
No. lv Franklin street Arply at No. 17 FRANK
LIN STREET._3*_August 1
TO HKNT. PAKT Of?? A FIVE KKSI
DENCE, consisting ot five room-, with pautry and
kitchen, flue phizz- and warden: neatloa contrat and
I>1? aeatit Rol< reuco given and required. Apply at No.
110 MEi-TINO-STni-KT._3_August 1
TO RKNT-VIV OLD KSTAB'ISHKD
OROOEHY STORE ?nd BAR-ROOM, with or with
out a Bitting Room, and iu a uu-lnex? part of the city.
Oas flituiefl, &o , a goo>l clalcru and a a ?fe, enclosed
yard. Fur fin thor particular?, apply at tho corner EAST
BAY and OALHODN STREE f. _8*^ ______
KOOMS TO LET,-Ii. A VERY DESIIU
BLE part of tho c tv, and only nlmut 11 vo iniuiitea'
walk from hu?iu<-ss. TUufcE U iKD OMK UNFUR
NISHED BOOMS will hu lu? to m< g ni ii of moral
babits. Good ro'orcnco required. Tn?> price will be
low. Address "BUSINESS," at this Olllce.
August 1 ?3
TO IlKVr, 'I HAT MOST ill'S ULA III. IC
RESIDENCE on Rutledge Avenue opposite Dough
ty st oi-t. Apply to PINCKNEY BROS.,
July 20 iuiw North Atlantic Wharf.
PLEASANT ROOM.?*. KO K M ?II lUI) OR
UNFURNISHED, WITH O ? WITHOUT BOARD,
in a genteel family, can tie liad on application at the
residence of Mrs HaNARaN. No. 6 Beautain street,
north side, a ?ew doora wow. of King stro t
Gentlemen who desire Day Board will fl??i this an ad
vantageous location, bring near tho tiu-inobB portion of
King and Meeting strcots. HuwJ July _r
L08T, STOLEN, &o.
F-1FTY DOLLARS UK WARD. - L O ST;,.
.YESTEnDAV, bnt?veoi Kiw and Wentworth Ria., a.
HEAVY GOLD WATCH \NU OOLD LINK CHAIN. M.
J. Tobias. Liverpool, nuker. The above reward will be
paid, and no questions as m.|, for -cturu of same, at No..
?31 Wen worth, or No ?97 Ktiig-atrpot. D. JACOBS^
Wa'chmakers will take iioiico if ffered for sale.
LOSTORSTOI.KV, KUOM Till OFFICE
of WM. B. HE IOT ?v IO, A RILL OF EX
CHANGE, drawn by It. T. W^itior, por Attorney Leo
Howard, under date July ?5th lWiG, nu M'iore k Holt,
Liverpool, to oraler T. StO' ey. and ondorsod by him,
for (?30H) Threo Hundred Poa As Sterling. Acceptance
and pajment of ?aid hi 1 li.tvii'g ?HOU stopped, all por
soiiB uro oauiion^d b|;..i at ne?..tilting tho ?ame. A re
ward will ho paid to any on - ruiurii-ng tho same to WM.
B. HERIOT?. CO., No. o7 Broad stre.t.
AugtiBt 1 _ 1
NOTICK.-Li'ST OIL MISLAID, FOUR
dondis of tho Mouth Carolin? Railroad Company,
dated 1st October. 1S.'?3. muuuuroil 1M>. 100, 191, 193;.
each for $fiO<_; payable ten y- ara after dato.
AU persons aro cautioned agalhst purchasing or
trading for the Bald Bonus, as au application will be
mado to the company for a renewal oi the Rame.
July l8 wfnifl rVUuUSIUa FL?D.
HIGHEST RATES PAID.
J03EPH H. RISLEY,
No. li? East Bay,
July 31 Corner of Accommadation Wharf.
ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, BOUGHT AND
GOLD AND SILVER COIN, BANK NOTES, 8T00K8,
BONDS. COUPONS. Ac., by
July 25 wM GEO W. WILLIAMS A 0?.
FOB S ?XE,
f f\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING AS
L\J BOOIATION 8fOLK.
Apply at this office. Julv l8
au??Bisr o _"
BOUGHT BY P. H. KEGLER,
July 27 fmw9. No lu Brond-stree?.
SPECTlt'LfiS I!!? IfHUKHK
PEBEO80OPIC GLA88EB FITTED TO SUIT ANZ
WILLIAM G. Willi.?.?!. & CO.,
Juno 16 fmw-mtis No. 256 KING-STREET.
FOB BALE BT
WILLIAM ii. WIIILDGN ?, CO.,
No. _S5 KING-BTBEBT*.
WATCHES AND JBWKLHY RKPAIItHD.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PDBCHASED. *
Juno IS imw-mo.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOR BALE BY
WILl MU G. WHILIHH. & CO.,
No. 256 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STREEI?.
June 15 finwamos
CUE LEATHBB AND Wa.
BONE AND IV.-RY COUNTERS
BILLIARD HMAS, ODES. Ao.
WILLIAM G WMLM.]. & CO..
Jnne 16] ftnw-mos No. 355 KING-STREBT.
iLATED AND 8ILVSR 8POON17
FORKS. OASTOlia Tf A TUAYS
DISH OoVKRS, TABLE MAT8
TABI__ ODTIBBF and
WILLIAM ?3. WU1L1X.N * ?0.,
.Tail-Iff fmwamo- No. 555 KING^iBBBT,