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(?1MLEST?N BAILY NEWS,
O. R. CATHCART, Edito?.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
TO NEWS DEALERS.leant?
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?-THB tilSX OF L-7-T1-BS re
main Iron in. the -Postoffio? at tilt- en$
of oaoh -vvoel. is p-lsllslietfl ollloiully
In TEC- DAILY N__"*W_ every _.__
Qeneral E. Kmnv Smith has been elected to
the Presidency of the Virginia and Kentucky Bail
fj,.Tho News thinks the price of new wheat will
not exceed two dollars and a half in the Lynoh
Tbo Shenandoah Herald aays that most of the
mills burned _j "little Phil." Hueiudan are now
ready te ?>"._ 7:_?_at and other grain.
A lady recently, of Anderson, 8. O., died at the
age of seventy years. For thirty-six dayB prior to
her death she had not eaten one mouthful of food,
and subsisted solely on water.
Professor Aoassiz Bays that the strip of high
lands whioh divide the waters flowing into tho
St. Lawrence from those flowing into the Atlan
tic, ia tho oldest laud in the world. It was once a
lonely Boa beach, washed by a universal oceac.
An agent of A. T. Stewart, . from New York,
arrived at Savannah, Ga., on Saturday, being
authorized to select a site for building a capa
oious storehouse, which is designed aa a whole
Bale branch office of the New York firm. The
building is designed to eclipso anything similar in
_ Mr. M?Farland, for some time connected with
the preea, ano stenographer for the Genei-.
isetnbly of Virginia, died at Staunton, Virginia, a ,
fow days since. He had been Buffering from a
pulmonic affection for several years, and his death,
while expected, is still much regretted by thoae
with whom ho was beBt acquainted. He has re?a- :
tivea in Richmond, and a host of friends.
Colonel Withers advertises iu the Jackson
(Mississippi) papers that ho baa an enormous
._mo??t of Eui'op?ah Capital, which be is ready to
advance upon the growing cotton crop, and pro-1
posos to buy in lois of from one balo to odo thou
sand bales [Will Colonel Witheiis pleaae extend
the field of hie operations in this direction. We
know eevoral people about here who are very
much in aearch of "advanceB."]
An interesting festival took place ia London re
cently, in commemoration of the fiftieth voluma
of Punch. The entire literary and artistic staff
and the proprietors dined together, and in recog
nition of the services of_ Mr. Mauk Lemon, who
haa, for a quarter of a century, been solo editor
of Punch, a silver "loving cup" was prosented to
him by the proprietors, and a testimonial of a very
gratifying character waa alao handed him by his
A private dispatch from Hamilton, Ohio, states
that at a meeting of the Democratic committeo ot
tho third distriot of that State, Judge Gilmore
and 0. L. Ya__ndig_:a_i were elected as delegates
to the Philadelphia Convention. The committee
was divided as to Vallandioham, and great ef
forts were made to defeat him. One of the coun
ties, Montgomery, was represented by but one
committeo.man, who, in the abuence of his col
leagues, cast five votes for Vallandioham, and
thus elected him.
In many parts of the South inaccessible by rail,
ice ia regarded as a luxury, and not by any means
as a necessary of life. A letter in the Augusta
(Georgia) Constitutionalist gives an account of a
machine recently invented, which, if it will accom
plish all that is claimed f.r it, will change all thia
in the Southern States, and be everywhere valu
able in the temperate apd torrid zones. It is a
contrivance for the manufacture of ice. It is iu
use already in Texas and Louisiana,' where the
coat of imported ice is very great, and by means
of it ice is manufactured at a cost of one cent a
An English paper prints the following: "Al.
Foster proposes to cure all cases of consumption
by the administration of raw moat and spirits.
Although his method of treatment bas not been
long employed by Continental physicians, con
siderable testimony has been borne to the great
success which has attended its employment. The
new treatment bas now been tried satisfactorily
in two thousand cases of phthisis. The raw meat
is reduced to a pulp, mixed with sugar to conceal
its unpleasant flavor and administered in doeea of
one hundred to three hundred grammes per day.
The alcohol (of the strength of twenty degrees
Baume) is given in doses of one hundred
grammes a day."
An effort will be made in a fow days to "smoke
out" Mr. Stanton, and force him to take a decided
position with regard to the President's polioy.
He has thus far failed to respond to the call for
the Philadelphia Convention, notwithstanding a
copy of the ciroular call was sent him the day
after it was issued, with the request that he
give his views upon the proposed Convention,
and the principles set forth in the circular. It ia
the determination or the President's supporters
to compel, ifpoBsible, a direct and unequivocal
showing from the Secretary of War, so that it
may be known whether he is in unison with the
Radical sentiment, or a supporter of the adminis
The Petersburg Express, of Monday, saya :
"Since Thursday last, about four hundred bodies
of Federal and Confederate dead havo been re
moved from the immediate vloinity of the 'Crater,'
and that still a large number remain. These
bodies are placed in strong boxes, and re-interred
in the cemetery at Poplar Qrove, whore snob Con
federates as are taken up are bo ried in a sepa
rate square. In a few days digging operations
will bo commenced in the cavity of the 'Crater,
itBclf, whore 8omol two bundrod or moro Federal
?soldiers wore killed and covered over. It is the
intention of the Government to havo tho remains
of every soldier, Federal or Confederate, removed
from the lines of this vicinity and interred in the
cemetery at Poplar Grove, whoro such of thom aa
aro known will be marked."
jtOT* AU communications Intended for publication (ft
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
tlte DaQy News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
S. G. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected oommunioa.
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
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THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 18CC.
THE THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS.
On Saturday last, the 28th of July, the
"historio" Congress of the United States was
pleased to terminate its session. We oannot
help thinking that if this event had trans
pired about six months ago, it would have
been very much better for the whole country.
This Congress has done very little if any
good, while its influence for evil has been
stupendous; and the Amerioan people will
be called upon, for many years to como, to
drain the bitter dregs of this Congress'
Tho world has not witnessed such an ex
hibition of legislative ineptitude sinoe the
days of the French National Assembly,
before the first Napoleon took charge of
thoFo eooentrio Frenoh gentlemen. In some
respeots the "thirty-ninth'7 surpassed the
Frenoh conclavo, owing, doubtless, to the
superior ligbt and knowledge of this present
age. They had blackguards in that body,
too, and.unscrupulous villains, bpth as to their
political and private character ; but still they
were Frenchmen, and preeerveda certain de
corum in their publio sessions. They were
not quite up to the modern approved plan of
getting rid of troublesome voteB "on the
left" by lifting them out of their seats, and
supplying their places with good pliable
material. Nor do we read of affairs like that *
between Rousseau and Grim m ell, to say
nothing of the incomparable behaviour of
those "historic" legislators, on the reading of
the President's late messages to their body.
Tho French Assembly also, was decidedly
radical in its _f.mpoe?tion and tendency ;
not in favor of moderate reforms, holding on ,
to what is good of the old institutions, and
improving thereupon. This is the case with
the "Rump" Congress, as some of the North
ern papers habitually call this august body.
They glory in their radical oognomen.
Abolition ia the watchword. Th.y are in
favor of changing everything. They have
proven themselves just as malignant and
bloodthirty against those who differ with
them as their revolutionary Parisian proto
types, and just aa reckless in their waste of
the publio money.
Tho Now York Times, in speaking on thiB
subject, makes some kind of an apology for
these mon who were elected two years ago to
aid the Administration in adopting energetic
measures for a vigorous prosecution of the
war. In other words, it is a War Congress.
When peaoe was declared, these men were
all out of their element, and should at once
have resigned. Of. the affairs of civil life
they are ignorant We have been suspecting
thiB all along, though we never before saw it
We knew Mr. Sumner was a perfeot war
horse, and Mr. Wilson and Mr. Wadb. In
the other House, we knew of Mr. Banks and
his brilliant military record. Mr. Or?nnell
we were not before acquainted with, but now
know bim as a doughty knight. Others we
could name, valiant on the floor, and derisive
to the President, whose field-oharaoter might
not bear the test of olose scrutiny. These
are the heroes of the "thirty-ninth," whose
''fiery tempers and hot resentments," says the
Times, "so well adapted to the first of these
great duties [carrying on the war] were in
themselves scarcely conducive to the other
[reconstruction], and it is not surprising that
difficulties of a very formidable character
should have revealed themselves during the
progress of the work."
To enumerate all the singular and unpre
cedented acts of legislation passed by this
"Historio" _9ib, would transcend the limits of
this column. We can only advert to a few of
them. The President has been reproaohed
by the friends of Congress for vetoing so
many of ?their bills. Not his fault* No
President before him ever bad to deal with
such a CongresB. Look at all the Bureaus
established by these piouB and provident
M. C's. The Freedmen's Bureau has been
the special pet. of this Congress ; then we
have a Bureau of Eduoation, aud now at last
also a Bureau of Statistics-all of whioh
bureaus open a vast field of patronage. "Fat"
plaoes for all our brothers, sons, cousins,
friends, voters and supportera. Verily, of
them may be said, as Dean Swift said of
the Duke of Marlborough,-they are not
worse than infidels, for they provide faith
fully for their own households. That they
should have raised their own salaries, also, is
quite in order. For after thus piously pro
viding for all their family? ia it not meet and
proper that, they themselves should also be
This Congress is thus not only free from
every taint of infidelity, but oan lay olaim
also to another virtue, in whioh they sur
passed all '.heir predecessor.. They exor
cised tho largest liberality. They found
tho nation deeply, not to eay hopelessly,
in debt; but still, by somo curious, iuoxpli
cablo process, they found the Congressional
drafts still honored ; bo thoy went to work,
day aftor day, making drafts, entirely re
gardless of ho-$ they wero to bo ultimately
The debt of the country, when this Con
gress opened, was estimated at about twenty
seven hundred millions* they have increased
to three thousand millions over and above
all the bureaus, with their ramifications of
office-holders, all feeding from the public
crib,-and the increase of the Congressional
salarios, a olear three hundred and fifty
millions bas just been added to the National
expenditure, under the mystic and indefinite
title of an "equalization of bounties."
Nothing can so adequately illustrate the
utter unfitness of these men for the responsi
ble position they hold. Where was there
evor, among men of sense and reason, such a
gigantio swindle as this? Three hundred
and fifty millions of the people's money
thrown away by a dash of tho pen ! Are wo
then indeed so rioh ? Or are we already
taxed to the utmost tolerable point? The
people of the United States already pay a tax,
heavier per capita, than the people of any
other nation in the world. A tax that is felt
through every avenue of life, and that is very
oppressive in many of its features. Yet, over
and above this, we have another three
hundred and fifty millions saddled on tho
already gigantio debt.
This bounty money is not a debt. The
United States was under no obligation to
bestow it. It formed no part of the oontrnct
And, as even the Ropublioan papers of the
North admit, the soldiers, after all, will get
but very little of this money. Agents,
jobbers, and, perchance, Congressmen, will
doubtless get the lion's share of it.
Is it any wonder that a parly, who mako
their tenure of power pay at suoh princely
ratee, should bo nervously anxious about their
continuance in such a field of dover ? We
find it quite natural.
It may be said that our protest is of no
avail. This we know is quite true. But, as
reasonable men, and citizens of this once
glorious Republic, we oannot but watch, with
interest and anxiety, its history and desti
nies, and muBt be allowed to record our
rogret &t ita having fallen into suoh evil
hands. 0ur ?-\j hope is that the Radicals,
In their l?t1'I,.C?tion of power, will take rope
enough to hang themselves, and that right
WA NT KI). AS PARTNER, A.\? IXTKI.1,1.
GENT Business Man, with some capital lor ad
vances on Couslgnmcnts. Apply, with name and address,
etc , to 8. MERCHANT, car? Key Buz 90. .
August 1 3*
WANTED A SITtfATloN AS TBACHEK
in a private family, by a young lady of two years'
experience, who Is competent to teach the Englith
branches, French, Latin, and Music on the Piano. For
further information ?ddress L. L., Habfaz ('. II., Hall
fu? County. N. C._1*_AngUBt a
WANTED IlnniKOIATRliY, A MAN AND
his Wife ss house servant and chambermaid.
Apply at No. 35 MEET1NG-STHE cT, or No. 23 EAST
Ha V. August 1
WANTED, A I- Ills I-C1. ASS OPERATOR
on 81 uger'e Sewing Machino; ono who under*
?tends vuit making preterred. Apply at No 35 Broad
street. 3 July 31
WANTED, A CAPABLE COOK-ONE
who eau come well recommended and under
stands her business. Apply at HASEL-STREET, third
door below Anaon-slrcet. July 37
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITUA
TION as TEACHER, either in the city or coun
try, i For farther particulars, inquire at this office.
WANTED, BV A YOUNG BUN, A SITUA
TION in some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goode or
Grocery house; ha? some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been lu that business on his own account. He will
study the Interest of his employer, and Is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no objeo t. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postomco, or apply at this office, June 11
FOR SAL***, ONE PAIR FRENCH BURR
MILL 81 ONES, forty inches in dlsmetor, with
Hpludles and Pulleys: one CIRCULAR SAW, with
Shafting, Pulleys and Table complete, at No. 30 WASH
INOION-STREET. G. GARNER
August 3 thama*
AFIKST-CLASS SINGER'S BEWINO
MAOHINE for sale at a low price. Apply lor
Oj'eedavsBtEPSriNA ZEMANSKY'S. No. 308 King
street, corner Wentworth, under Masonic Hall.
August 1 3
HOUSE AND LOT foil SALE IN THE
town of Aiken, 8. O. ; Lot fronting 160 loot
on Newberry street, and running back 300 feet, adjoin
ing lot of Henry Wessels, Esq On the premises are a
t'O-atory I-rame House, containing eoveu rooms,
doable piazza in from, kitohen, stab'e, and all neces
sary outbuildings, new end in good order:afl?e woll
or water ino feet deep, large garden, with grape vines,
potch and plum trees, Ac, se.
For particulars, terms, &&, Inquire of
WILT IAMS k COVERT. Charleston, 8. O ,
Or by mall, to JAS. PERROIS, Aiken, S. O.
UKSUIilNf. ACADEMY OP THE IMMACU
LATE CONCEPTION. "VALLE CRDOIS," NEAR
COLUMBIA, S. O
THE LADIES OF THIS INSTITUTION HAVE
I so far recovered from the loss entailed on them
by the burning of their "Couvent and Aca-'emy"
as to t-o able to resume Its Academlo Exorcises on tho
First Monday la September.
Tern a per 80UULA8TIO TEAR OF TEN MONTHS,
payable half yearly in advance :
Third Class- ; uitlon In English, French, and Piano,
with Boaid, Lodging, Washing. Fuel and Lights. $800
Bkcond Class-Tuition lu English, French. Drawing,
Piano, Guitar, and Vocal Muslo with Board, Ac, $800.
Finar Cuss-Tuition ?n English, Frenoh, Latin,
Piano, Harp. Guitar, Vocal Music, Drawing, and Pastel
Painting, with Bnard, ?Se. $1000.
jfco"" No Pui.ll is received under twelve years of ago,
and since the small rea.'deuce can accommodate only a
limited number (3fi;, thoie between the ages of fifteen
and t*entv are preferr d. '
VSr Applications for admission may be made to the
Mm HER SUPEhlOR, Columbi?, or to Right Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, Charleston, 8. O.
M .. ZION INSTITUTE, WINSBORO', 8. C.
THE EXEROISBH OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed Monday, the 10th of July.
. Tanita pan session:
Board with Tuition In all its branohes except Phi
losophy. Chemistry, and French.$180
Tuition of dev scholars In the classical or higher
English and Mathematical department?. BO
Tuition in other branches from $13 to. 30
Courte of Ohemlstty or Philosophy.... 16
The above rates reckoned in tne onrrenoy of the coun
try Ps.) mont required half in advance- tho residue at
the close of the eession.
Umdeala reqnlred to furnish bed Buen, covering, and
to ?ela O. A. W00DWABD,
Jal/ 34 th?tul3 Principal.
MUTUAL UKN?FIT LU ' N ASSOCIATION.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS I? THIS
COMPANY will bo hold This Bvetvna, '.?l lust.,
at 8 o'clock 1'. M., at tbe Masonic Hall, cornnr of
Kin? and Wentworih ntrt'Oln, when a report of tlio afluir?
of tlio Company will bo submitted.
Htorkholdorf? will pleaso brlug their CortiOcntes of
Stock. 1IE;>R_ OOrtlA,
August 2_1 _Pros) dont.
SOUTH CAROLINA HANGKKS CIlAHITA
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MKETING OF THI8
Association will be held at tbo Club hourn of tbo
Charleston Hotel, This Evening, at 8>i o'clock. Punc
tual attendance la rcqn? etod.
Augusta 1 W. W. PEMBERTON. Secretary.
l'VTHA(?ORKA\ L.??I?t.K. ?o. ai, A. P. M.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF PYTHAGO
REAN LODGE. No. 21, A. F. .?., will be bold at
Masonic Hall, This (Thursday) Evening, at Eight o'clock.
Candidates will bo punctual.
By order W. M. F. M. BONAN,
ATTENTION! YOUNG AMBRICA FIRE
A TTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY M FETING OF
\ your Company T'Ai? Evening, the 2d lnst , at tho
Ha'], Anaonctreet, at 8 o'clock precisely. A full and
punctual attendance of tho morah*rs is requested, as
business of much Importance will be submitted for
Members will corne prepared to pay their arrears, as
ttio rule applicablo thereto will bo strictly enforced.
By ordor. JOHN E. GANNON,
August 2 Secretary pro tem.
TO RENT, &o.
TO RENT, A COMFOnTABLE REfilDENPE,
No. 1? Franklin street. Apply at No. 17 FRANK
LIN STREBT. _3* August 1
TO RENT, PART OH" A PINE RESI
DENCE, consisting of five rooms, with pantry and
kitchen, Ano piazza and garden; location central and
pliasant. Roierenco givon and required. Apply at No.
110 M E I- TI N Q-8TB BET. 8 August I
TO RENT.-AN ?>LI> ESTABLISH KO
GROCERY STORE and BAR-ROOM, with or with
out a Sitting Room, and in a bu?iness part of the city.
Gas fixtures, ?te., a good cistern, and a safe, enclosed
yard. For further particulars, apply at tho cornor EAST
BAY and CALHOUN STREET. 3* August 1
ROOMS TO LKT.-I1V A VERY DESIRA
BLE part of tho city, and only about five minutes'
walk from business, THREE HANDSOME UNFUR
NISHED ROOMS will be let to young mn of moral
habits. Good reference required. Tho prlco will be
low. Address "BUSINESS," at this Offloe.
August 1 3
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE FIRM OF OLUtK k GRUBER IS THIS DAY
dissolved by mutual consent. Tho buciness will
be hereafter conducted by GEO. H. ORUUER * JAMES
8. MARTIN, under the style of GRUBER <*. MARTIN,
who will settle the account? of.tlio late firm.
August 1 8
DI-SOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name, style and flim rf JOHN 8.
RIQGS ?T. CO., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
' JOHN 8. RIGGS.
August 1 _J. RAVENEL MACBETH.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership for carrylDg on the REAL 1-8TATE,
STOCK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, under the name and stvlo of MACBE. U k
RAVENEL. J. RAVENEL MACBETH.
AugUbt 1, 18GC. DANIEL RAVENEL, Jn,
MACBETH ?l RAVEXKIi,
BEAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKER8, AUCTIONEERS
GENEPAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
"ofrFIOE-t-TATZ BASK f ?IlMKt? -ttOA0 AND EAST BAT,
Will atteDd to the purchase and sale of REAL ES
TATE, STOCKS. BONDS, and all negotiaole paper.
Htrlctly on conmil.il >n; a'?-.?, all articles of merchandise
which may be rntr_4ted to our care.
J. RAVEN, t, MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jn.
JAMES ADGER k CO. IC. T LOWNDE8 k CO.
ADAMS, FROST k CO. RAVENEL.&: CO.
Col. D. L. McKAY.
President Peoples' National Bank.
August 1 _ _
'pHE SUBSCRIBER.-? HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
J. Cop-irtnershlp auder the name and style of GOOD
RICH. WISEMAN _ CO., for the purpose of carrying on
a WHOLESALE DRUtt AND IMPORTING BUSINESS,
at No. 1.3 Meeting-Btreet.
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH.
Charleston, August 1st, 1860. *
I HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF MY ENTIRE
interoot in tho DRUG BUSINESS formerly conduct
ed by mo, to Messrs. GOODRICH WISEMAN & CO.
Thanking my former patrons for their liberal patron
ago, I take great p'.eas-re In recommending my succes
sors. J. A. MORGAN.
Charleston, August 1st, 1806.
THE COPARTNH.U8HIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and styleof M. M. QUINN k BRO.,
has this day been dissolved according to articles of
rai"r._i M. M. QUINN,
[Signed] p QUINN.
Tho buplneas will bo continued hereafter at No. 189
Broad slreot. Augusta, Ga., by P. QUINN, and In
Charleston at No. 027 King street, by M. M. QUINN.
July 31 6
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THla DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under the alvie et SHEPHERD,
DUO k COHEN, for manufacturing MM WA RE of all
descriptions. They will also deal! n Stoves, Grates and
House Famishing Goods, at No. 422 King-street, Oharlog
ton, a. O. '
FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, 1866. McDUFF COHEN.
July 17 . lmo*
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
nnder the name and style of AUSTIN & ALBEE
has this day dissolved, according to al tides of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
ORARLES H. A LB KI
TH K. UNDKH8IG?,ED
ShB ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUblNESS, Mr GEORGE W. WAU
. The business will he? oaf ter be conducted in the
name Of ALBEE k WARREN, No. ?2 MABKET
bTREiir. . CHARLES H. ALuKE.
BOAHD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A KK
SPEOTABLE private family, on reasonable terms,
within ave minutes- walk of tho Battery and Bay. Ap
ply In TUA DO STREET, one door eist of Meeting street
Augnst 2 _2?
BOARDING-TWO OR THREE GENTLE
ni EN, or a Lady and Gent oman, can be accom
modated with BOARD, by applying at Vo. 12 WENT
WORTH STREET, throe doors below Anson. July 24
~_?8T, STOLEN, fto.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.--Ia O ST ,
YESTERDAY, between King and Wentworth sis., ft
HEAVY GOLD WATCH AND GOLD LINK CHAIN, M.
J. Tobias, Liverpool, maker. The above reward will be
paid, and no questions asked, for letorn of samo, at No.
61 Wentworth, or No. 297 King-street D. JACOBS.
Wa-elim akora will take notice if offered for sale.
.. e. m. whiting,
coroner a.nd magistrate,
has removed his office to no. 34 ohal*
MEH8-8TREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' Blacksmith 8hop, and two doors east of Meet
tng-street_ _May 80
DR8. RAOUL & LYN ARC
HAVE REOENTLY RRCEIVPD A LARGE STOCK OF
DRUGS, SOAP. PERFUMERY *ND PROPKIE
TAllY AND FANCY AiiTICLkS, wbioh thoy offer at
Wholesale and Retail. They would call sp?cial atten
tion to the following :
Medicine Chests (Plan.at'n)
Medicine Chests (ship use)
Glyoerluft. ? ?
Flax Seed (ground)
Cotton Widdin g
NEW ORLEANS, and
FOR SALE BY
CONNER & WILSON,
No. 5 Broad Street
AugUBt 2 thBtuC
ONION BANK OF LONDON.
FOR SALE BY
CONNER & WILSON,
August 3 thstuO No. ?j BROAD STREET.
JOSEPH H. RI8LEY,
No. 110 East Boy,
July 31_Crrner of Accommodation Wharf.
1 ?~\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BDILDINO- AS- ?
L\J 8O0IATION STOCK.
Apply at this oflloe. Jnlv 13
JOHN S. RIGGS,
Real Fslate, Stock BroJtcr. Auctioneer
O F IP I o B:
Northwest Cor. of Broad and East Hay.
August 3 _^^
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
RISKS TAKEN UPON THE MOST LIBERAL
OFFICE-STATE BANK. SOUTHWE8T CORNER OF
BROAD STREET AND EAST BAT.
J. RAVENEL MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jn.
WILLIAM M. LAWTON, Jff.,
.attozri-?e'z- a\.t LA.-W
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
No. 23 BROAD STREET (UP STAIRS).
August 2 ?
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY*.
Drawn Daily at Covingion, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to $20.
CIBCDLARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS.
for TICKETS lu the anovo LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed as so?>u s the Lottery ia
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; '",95 ?
Prlzis. Capital Prize, $10u,00<<. Draws the 15tU ana
31st of ea-Ji month. Address
a. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Hasel street, or Kuy Box R2, PostoiBce.
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OLD SOUTIIBRN_DRl?G flGISB.
GOODRICH, W??EMAN k CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
CHOICE DRU?.-*. -CHEMICALS, CHEMICAL RE
AGBNT8, FLU.D EXTRACTS, OLA89WABE, PAINT8,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COM
PLETE assortaient of tlio above, togother with.
ill the most approved
Which they offer to the Cltv and Country Trade at low
Merchants, Physicians and Planters can depend on
having their orders tilled willi accuracy and dispatch.
We shall keep no GOOD-I in our ESTABLISHMENT that
ive cannot warrant the quality of.
GOODRICH, TVINEMAN k CO.,
No. 153 MEETING-ST-.
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL
GEORGE C. GOODRICH. I PHILIP WTNEMAN.
LIFE IiURMCB AGENCY.
TUPPER A LANE,
IN PLANTERS' d MECHANICS' BANK BUILDINGT*
No. 133 East Bay-street,
REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING? FIRST-CLASS
COMPANIES of the highest responsibility, with Cash
Capitela Of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
PHONIZ INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
MANHA1TAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
NORTH AMEB10AN INSURANCE 00., OF MEW YORK
WIDOWS AND Ulll'II INS BENKFIT LIFE
SOUTHERN ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
FIRE, MARINE one} LI FE RISKS taken aa low a? ssijr
reliable Company, and Losses promptly paid at thlav
?V. A. LANE.BAM'L Y. TUPPER.
Jane 36_ tuths2mos
SOLICITS PATRON\GE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to ant! Repairs Weighing
Jeales, Letter Prenses, Printing Press?e: t&alf? and r?~
pairs Hoisting Machines for Stores; make* all kinds ?of
Wrought ?nd ste-.l Ploughs, wither withoutatooka. Also?
?general run of BLACKSMITH WollK; also WnoeK
ivrlght Work In general. AUOH'D M?XKI8H,
kftfi t u thsOinot No, A OambsrlAud street.