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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
Q. R. CATHCART, Editor.
CATHCART, McHILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
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LBAAO DA VEGA, Agent In New York.
Mr. AUG. BBENTANO, NO. 708 B^?Tr?y, New York.
noa always the latest *-^ of ___ B___Y hkwb, *m he
flpe?. of ?^?s other prlnolpal Journals of the country.
Mr. "W. B. Coxe, of Richmond, has finished a
painting of "The Heroes of Manassas."
General R. E. Cowton, late Major-General in
the Army of Northern Virginia, and, aa snob.",
generally and moat favorably known, haa taken
oharge of the HiUaboro' Military Academy.
James Fealtkb, the soldier who reoently found
$900,000 worth of diamonds in Mexico, near
Brownsville, Texas, has passed through New
Orleans, en route to St. Louis, whore he residen.
Mrs. Jacob Thompsou, of Mississippi, who was,
previous to the ?var, a great favorite in the ?lilt
offiUfr-L-nf Woari'ngton, ia <*at the Metropolitan,
The only important bill whioh did not become i
law, ia that admitting Nebraska into the Union at
a State, the President did not notify either House
that he bad signed. He has therefore roserved
his signature, whioh secures its defeat.
George Elliott (Miss Evans) after Boeing her
last book, "Folix Holt," out of presB, took the
money she received for it, $20,000, and went
abroad, to avoid reading disagreeable notices of
A daring fellow named Denier, on the evening
of the 18th ult., walked a rope stretched across
Jefferson street, Louisville, Ky., with his oyee
blindfolded and hia body encased in a sack. The
exploit was wituessod by at least eight or ten
thousand apoctatora. He proposod to "walk the
rope" on a pair of stilts the next afternoon.
Charles O'Conou, Esq., the priucipal counsel
of Jefferson Davtb, arrived at Fortress Monroe,
July 31, unaccompanied by any peraon, on the
flteamer George Leary from Baltimore. At an
early hour he proceeded into the fortress, and haa
remained there all day in close consultation with
his client. The precise nature of his visit is un
known, except that the recent report of the Judi
ciary Committee to Congress has Beemed to make
Mr. Davis rather anxious concerning his prospec
tive speedy trial. Mr. O'Oonob ib stopping at the
Hygeia Hotel The dmation of his stay is tin
The night session of the House of Bepreeenta
tivoB, lasting until Saturday morning, ?vas filled
With disgusting scenes. Liquor flowed pretty
freely ?front several committee roomo, and the
result waa fully exhibited on the floor of the
House. In one instance tellers were appointed
who ware onable to stand in their places ; and the
account they reported to the Bouse ran a hundred
over a quorum. Members voted early and often
to nuke it appear that a quorum waa present.
Jokes wero related and stories told. A dozen or
so inombora at ono time had pitched battles with
paper wada, books, etc., whioh were flung through
vhe air in the ball.
Another "affair of honor" carne off on the 19tb
nit., on the Louisiana shore, opposite Vioks
burg, the principals beiDg two New Orleans gen
tlemen, Col. W11. S. Ykboeb and Capt. W. F.
Fitzgerald. Messrs. Geo. Scott and J. B. Cad
?wallader acted aa seconda. No other persons
were on the ground. After an exchange of shots,
by whioh neither party wa? injured, the matter
waa regarded as settled, and the principals and
friends returned to the city "in the very best hu
mor with each other." Late in the evening, how
ever, Mesera. Scott and Cadwallader were ar
rested upon a warrant from the Mayor, based
npon "satisfactory evidence" that theso gontle
xnen also intended having a fight.
A correspondent of the New Orloano Time?,
writing from Alexandria, La., denies the truth of
the report from Paris that Bea?reoard had offer
ed his services in the European war. 1 ho corres
pondent says : " G< n. Bbaubeoabd is under parole
to the United States military authorities, and has
visited Europe nnder the special permtsaion of
the Preaident of the United States ; and he will
?bide especially by that parole and by tb..t per
mission. In this regard he will not engage hi?
servioos to any of the European belligerents with
out the express permission of the President. I
write this in justioe to Geo. Bkaubioabd, who, I
know, will be as faithful to the 'situation' he has
aoeepted nnder the United States m he was to the
canst- of the South when he espoused It."
ear _u WMiUM**otlU0*U imenatu /or vuw.tcaiujn ,n
this tournai must oe adds.?*__._ to the Editor o)
the Va?y Netos, No. l8 Ifayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
Daily News. '
We eannot undertake to return rejected communtca
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied 'rith the cash.
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SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 18-*G.
Wo havo no faith in the predictions whioh
some would-be eeorB aro so fond of making,
in respect to the advent of yellow fever. The
wieost and most prudent of those of the Fao
ulty, whoso opportunities and ?tudies warrant
them in giving nn authoritative opinion, are
usually most ohary of euoh predictions. For
us far as we can learn, no particular Bet of
ooinoidonta booih to tifford any uniform pre
monitions of the disease. Wo do not beliovo
that it oan ho told with oertainty beforehand,
when to expeot thie unwelcome vi-itor ; and
therefore we attaoh but little importance to
the oraoulor prediotionB of some of our en
thusiastic professional prophets who, swayed
by some particular pet thoory, appear to ima
gino they have the whole matter within the
compass of a nutshell.
One thing, however, is certain. Our oity,
every uumnior, is more or less liable to this
epidemic. We Bhould, therefore,always take
euoh precautions as may ward off or mitigate
its ravages. Wo Bhall not enter here into the
oft-mooted question of quarantine. Whatever
benefits may be derived from it, will probably
be experienced this season, from tho efficient
system whioh we believe is now in opera
Immediately at our hands, and all around
ue, ib abundant work. Each one of us may
oontributs bis quota to promote the effioienoy
of thone sanitary measures, concerning the
beuefit of whioh there is very little d.ubt.
Wherever a large number of people are con
gregated togothor, a certain atmospheric cod
dition is produced, whioh UMyersal experi
ence proveB to be favorable to the propsgatiop
(if not the production) of certain forms of
epidemio disease, 01 which ytril.w fever is
an example. A disregard of bygienio prin
ciples intensifi.B this condition of atmosphere
in an exact ratio to the negleot,
It becomes the plain duty, then, ?f every
oitizen to pay rigid attention to the well rec
ognized principles of cleanliness, both of per
son and premises. The oaro of the streets
and drain? we may entrust to our efficient and
ever-vigilant City Fathers, making it our duty
to assist them by promptly reporting any re
missnesB on the part of subordinates.
We have among us thiB summer more than
our ueuul number of unaoolimated resident?
.'^m^.i^ u'vuv-prvu arj ? -i _ pt hj i Vi _"i -Im. cf,: In
both whites and negroes, are more crowded
than ever before. This condition of things
has been brought about Oy the sad experi
ences through whioh we have reoently passed;
the extensive destruction of dwellings by fire
and shells, the consequent high rents, the
prevalent poverty, and finally, the extraordi
nary influx of negroes from every part of the
State, who seem to have thought Charleston
Under these- oircumstanoes, then, it be
boovos all parties to exercise the utmost vi
gilanoe and oare in a rigid enforoement of all
proper hygienic measures.
Even if yellow fever does not so much as
threaten us, these precautions are eminently
proper, as they may prove equally efficient in
warding off other forms of disease inoident
to this season and olimato. They will apply
with equal foroe to the other terrible plague
with whioh the whole Continent is threat
ened; we, of course, allude to oholera.
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THE ARGUMENT OF THE RADIOALB.
The best evidence of tho exasperation and
chagrin of the Radicals at the suoocbb of the
President's polioy is to be found in the libel
lous statements of the representative organs
of that party. For instance, one among the
most prominent paragraphs in the New York
Tribune of a late issue if the following :
"A little colored girl in Richmond waa severely
boxten by a white m_n. The mother applied to ex
Mayor Saunders, now a magiatrate, for a warrant.
He replied, 'I am not in tiny humor for giving war
ral ta. You must ro away from hero.' ThrougrT
the action of the Bureau officer, ahe bad the man
taken up by the police, but he waa dieokarged,
and ano is unable to obtain any recognition of
jua tico for her child."
When it is known tbat ex-Mayor Sa?hdirb
is now a member of the City Counoil ol Rioh
mond, and not a magistrate, and, therefore,
has no.right to issue warrants, the absurdity
of the Tribune's paragraph becomes apparent
Newspapers, however, are like individuals.
They are curious. Notwithstanding, how
ever, this libel of the Tribune, and its naming
the recent disgraceful riots in New Orleans a
??Rebel attack upon loyalists," it endorses and
complimenta the Augusta Constitutionalist on
that paper's "patriotio" courue in regard to
the Philadelphia National Convention. How
? a> ?.-_
A New Haven (Conneotiout) paper--the
Palladium--reoently regaled its readers with
a long editorial upon "Education for Freed
men," and thinks, in view of the faet that the
Freodraen'e Bureau will finally be abolished,
"the work of educating the South must be
pushed forward as rapidly as possible while
some degree of pruteoti >n exists." ?Let us
not," says the Palladium? 'loso the golden
opportunity." This anxiety to eduoate the
oolorod people ia the South comes with pe
ouliur graco from Now IIuvo.., wlioro, it ia
6tated, negro childron aro nutndiuitted to tho
public schoolf, and whore no provision what
ever is made for tho education of the children
thus oxoluded. It ?b Uko tho Connecticut
Radical cant about "univorsnl suffrage," whon
only last fall lund i-al votes assisted in killing
"colored" suffrago in that Stato by more than
six thousand majority. Fudgo! Talk as
muoh as you plouuo, Mr. R.dioal Editor, but
for tbo honor of tho profession don't mako
yoursolf bo ridiculous ?mother time.
The latest nows from London, recoivod by
tho Atlantio Cable, is to the offeot tbat a treaty
was bignod at Vionna on the 27th by the
SovereigoB of Prussia, Austria, Bavaria and
IIopho Darmstadt, and the representatives of
Franco, Italy, Spain, Russin, Portugal, Great
Britain, Turkey and tho German States. It
is a complot securing a lasting peaoe through
out Europe. Prussia ?b to have sole dominion
in tbo German States, excepting Hungary,
Bavaria and the Danubian Principalities (?)
King Wilhelm is to be made Emperor of
Gormany. Italy ?b to have Venetia and three
fortreBseB of the Quadrilateral. An armistice
of four weeks had previously been agroed
upon by Austria, Prussia, Bavaria and the
other Gorman powers.
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A Compliment to the Constitution
alist.-The New York Tribune, of Tuesday,
endorses the position of the Augusta Consti
tutionalist in opposition to the Patriotic Poo
ple'e Convention to be shortly held at Phila
delphia. A nioe oomplimont thiB to a re
speotahle Southern paper !
WANTKD T?? H?ItlC. A WHITB ?Hil.
to att-iiil on a lady and do chamtier work and
.ewing. Nono need apnlv UDleaa well recommended.
Apply at No. 8 LIBERTY-?. RB_T. 6 August 4
WAKTUD, A CAP%BLE COOK-ON K
who can com? well recimmended and under
stands bor bualn?.*. Apply at HabEL-BTREET. third
door below Anaon-Btreet_July 97
WANTED, BY A YOUNO L.A.O Y, A SI rUA
TI? >N a? TEAUUBR, either in the city or coun
try. For further particulars, lnqulro at t-U offloo.
July 20 _
WA-?TI_D, B? AtOCNG M * N, A SITUA
TION is some Wholesale or Retail Dry Gooda or
Grocery house: h_? .._.- kSO-a^C 9' _?. a*f Gooda,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, ..t"~
Ing been la that .-?'.ness on his own account. He will
.tody th6 lutere-t of his employer, and la willina to
mako hlmanlf generally nsefnl Salary no object. Beat
of r*fera?nces furnlahed. Address "F." through the
Post? (Boe, or apply at thl? ??fflce. Jane 11
FOR S?I.B, *. ORN rLE COW AND "OOll
MILKER. Apply ?t NO. 53 R_T_.E1j(.E aVK
FOR SA-.au, O.VM PAIR PHENCH DUIUI
MILL 810HBS, forty Inch?-? In diameter, witt
spindle? and Pulley?; one CIROULA.lt SAW, witt
Shafting, Pnllays and Table completo, at No. 20 WASH
ING?ON--TBBET. G. GARNER
FOO. HALK.-POtll LIKOIC AND WBLI
BROKE OXEN, In fine Older; have not bean wsrkec
for some time. Price two hundred and forty dollars.
Al HO, ?
. <-nn*.r- n. WafaON. WITH YOKES ANI
August 8 4 8ur_rnervi??~8 O.
HOUSE AND LOT VOR BALK IN THR
town or Aiken, 8. O. ; Lot fronting 160 leai
on Newberry afreet, and running b.ok 200 feet, adjoin
lug lot of H-nry Wo-nol?, Esq On the premisea are i
t?o-story trame House, containing seven rooms
doable piazza in fron?, kitchen, aUb'e, and all necea
sarroutrniiMiiiKfl, new and In good order; a fl e wel
uf water UK) foot d??ep. large garden, with grape vines,
poich and plum treats, kc, ?o.
For particulars, terms, kc. Inqnlre of
WILLIAMS k COVERT. Charleston, a O..
Or by mall, to JAS. PEBROI8, Aiken, 8. O.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB YOUNO
LADIES, corner Meeting and Charlotte ntreots,
will be opened again for the reception of pupils on the
1st October next All the branches of a liberal and
polite education are taught The Junior pupils form s
separate department, and receive particular attention
August 8_ 3
M?. ZION INSTITUT?, WIV8BORO', 8. C.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS HOHO?L WILL BE
resumed Monday, the icth of July.
TERMS PBB BZ-BIOH:
Board with Tuition lu all its branches ezc.pt Phi
losophy, Ohemtetry, and French.tl80
TultiO'i of day scholars In the olsaaloal or higher
English and MathemaUoal depariments. 80
TuiUon In other branch en from 913 to. 20
Con me of Chemistry or Philosophy. 16
The shore rates reckoned In t? o ourrenoy of the coun
try Pax ment required half In advauoo- the residue at
the close of the session.
Students required to famish bed linen, covering, and
to tels. Q. A. WOOD WA BD,
URSUlafNW! ACADEMY OK THE 1MMACU
L-TK CONCEPTION. "V-LLE CBUOIS," NEAR
COLUMBIA, 8. 0
THE LADIES OF THIB INSTITUTION HAVE
i so far reooTered from the loaa entailed on them
by iho burning of tbeir "Convent and Aca erny"
as to -o able to resume Its Aoademlo Exoroises on the
First Monday 1? September.
Torue per S0HOLA8TI0 YEAR OF TEN MONTHS,
payable half ?early lu advance :
I ano 0_88- ulUon in English, Fron?-b, snd Piano,
with Boa d, Lodging, Wa-hing, Fuel and Lights. .600
8-ooND _______Tuition in English. Frenoh. Drawing,
Piano, Quitar, and V._al Muslo with Board. Ac.. $800.
Fibst P_i8s-TulUnn in English, F ench. Latin.
Piano. Harp. Quitar, Yocat Muslo, Drawing, and Pastel
Painting, with B-iard, ko., f 1000.
4GF* No Pnill is received nnder twolvo years of sge,
and sloro the small residence-can accommodate only a
limited number (36;, those between the ages of Alteen
and twenty are prefprr d.
SOT Applications fur admission may be made to the
MOTHER SUPERIOR, Columbia, or to Bight Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, Charleston, 8. O.
TO BENT, &o.
TO RENT, PART OP A FINE ItKSl
DENCE, consisting of five rooms, with pantry and
kitchen, fine piazza and gsrden; location central and
pleasant. Roference given and required. Apply at No.
110 MB TINQ-8TBEET. August 4
LOST, STOLEN. &o.
L-l FT Y DOLLARS IlKWABD. - L O f T ,
I YESTEiiDAY, .?tween Kin.? and Wentworth sis., a
HEAVY GOLD WATCH ?.NU ?OLD LINK CHAIN. M
J. Tobias, Liverpool, maker. The above reward will be.
paid, and no questions asae.l, for return of sa me, at No.
61 Won-worth, or No. JD7 King-Btreet. D. JACOBS.
Watchmakers will take notloe If offered for sale.
- August 1
BOA ti DI NO-TWO OR THREE GKNTL.E
itlEN, or a Lady and G-nt oman, can be accom
modated with BOAHD, by applying at No. 13 WENT
WORTH STREET, throe doom be ow Anson. J_ly 34
E. Pt. WHITING,
OOBOflts A.?D MvGiiruATB,
HAS BBMOYZD HIM OFFIOJS TO NO. 84 CHAL
MRRB-BTRERT. North alda, na?t door to Mr.
Mom v is' Blacksmith 8_op, uta two doon ?Mt of Mm?.
CIlAUIiKSTO? TI IMit; l*,\ PUK \ I.
TnE REOrLAR MON ' III.Y MKKTINI OF THE
Sicloty will be holil This Evening, 4th lnitni?t, at
the Kooma nf tin- Society. Hiiiitbwcs. comer of Uotulaiu
une" Ari-hdsle aire?te. Tlio arrear list will ne read, on?
the R"li?Bi>iiilcablo thereto rigidly enforced.
By order: O. ?. si. BREMER.
Anglist 4 1 Secretary O. T. 8.
HERETOFOitE FXIhTIN? UNDER TUE NAME OF
PATRP'K k Lt-A Is thlH oay disolver, by mut ml
o iiHcnt, and G Y. PATRICK Is authorised to Kottlo the
butin?es of the late firm.
O. Y PATRICK.
(Signed) GEORGE J LEA
Bamberg, H. p.. Angu?t 8. 1866. 3 August 4
DISSOI UIION i?l?- n?i.PVRTVt-r,u?4iilP.
**UE --OPAKTNERHUIP UKRHTOFORE EXISTING
?. uiidorlhii firm of AITKINS, NOY? H \ JOH 8TON.
was dissolved on tho 1st of July la?t by mnlual consonL
OU AH. W NOYES,
Augost S 36
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
CERTIFICATE OF LIMITED PAKrNKRSHIP BE
TWEEN . HAKLF8 W. NOY"?. OF OH MtLKSTON,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, UF THE TOWN OF NRW
WINDSOR. OSAVGfc COUNTY, 8 WIE OF NEW
YtiHK. WILLIAM G* AHAM OFTUF CITY. COUN
TY AND STATE OF NEW YORK. AND JAMES AIT
KIN, OF THE CUY OF WEHT HOBOKEN, IN HUD
SON c<>unty 8 tate of new jersey.
This ort Mea tu hereby witnossoth that the under
slguod faovo. by vlrtuo or on Act ot the Ooneral AsHom
bly of South Carolina, ?ntltlcd "An Act to anihorizo
tbo formation of Limited Partnerships," formed a
Ltmltod ..nrlniTHlilp. oh fo'lows:
First.-The nomo or Arm under which said Partner
ship shall bo cond ictrd is NOYES k V ?. IL.
tv-condly.-The Renarli nature of the business to be
transacted is tho Wholesale and Jooblug Dry Goods
Thirdly -CHARLES W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W.
V., IL oro Geni ral Partners, and WH LUM GRAHAM
omi JAME? AITKIN are the 8ptcial Partners.
Fourthly.-The 'mannt of capital which c??-h Special
Partner bas contri ?uteri lo tho Common Stock of ssid
Partnership lo ob follows: W11 ?lorn Graham twelvo
thousand Ovo hundred dollars In cash, and James Ata
blo twelvo ?houiood flvo hundred dollar* lu muh.
Fifthly.-The said Partnership commences on the
?eoond day nf Jaly. I860, (eighteen hundred and sixty
six), and shall terminate on the first day of July, 1867
(eighteen hundred oatt slxly-sovnn).
OHARLE8 W NOYES.
NATHANIEL W. VAIL.
I HAVE THI8 DAY aBSOOI aTED WITH ME IN THE
management of the Charleston Botel, Mr. UEOROE
G. MIXER, long and favo-ably known to the traveUlng
puMlo. Iho Hotel will hereafter be conducted under
tho Dimeaud stylo of WUIIE k MIXHR
; WILLIAM WHITB.
Oharleston, Angnst 1._ August 3
HI-SOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE FXIS i ING
under -the name, style and finn if JOHN B.
RIGGS A CO., la this day dissolved by mutual consent
JOHN 8. RIGGS.
Angust? f: KAVENEL MA<-BHTH.
THE UNDERS'GNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership for carrying on the REAL *. STATE,
STOCK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSIN ESS, under the name and style o? MACBE'l H k
KAVENEL. J KAVENEL MAOBETH.
August 1,186?. DANIEL KAVENEL, Ja.
MACBETH ?Al RATESEL,_
REAL K8TATE, STOCK BROKERS, AUOTIONMHfi
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
OFVICE-l-CATt BAlffc OOBRKB BBOAD AMU KABT BAT,
Will attend to the purchase and sale of REAL K8
TATE. 8TOCK8. BONDS, and oU negotioole paner,
strictly on commlasl ?n; a so, oil artioles of merchandls?
which moy lie rnkrusted to our care.
J. B AVEN EL MAOBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, Ja
JAMES ADGBR k On. IO. T LOWNDES k 00.
ADAM8, FROST k CO. |R *. VBNEL k ?0.
Col D L. McKAY.
President Peoples' National Bank.
-w-au ODOaoi>ioai-?i UAVu ?rain DAY FORMED ?
a WHOLESALE DRUG AMD IMPuRTING BU81NEB8,
at Mo. l63 Meeting-street.'l
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH.
Oharleston, August 1st, 1860.
I HAVE THIS DAY DI8P09ED OF MY ENTIRE
interest In the DRUG BUSINESS formerly conduct
ed by me, to Messrs GOODRICH WINEMAN St CO
Thanking niy former patrons for their liberal patron
ag%> toko great pteasuro In recomififndlng my succes
sor?! J. A. MORGAN.
Oharleston, Angnst 1st, 1866.
THE ."?OPARTN.-llSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and atyleof M. M. QUINN A URO.,
bas this day been dissolved according to articles of
[Signed] M. M. QUINN,
1 ,B"'-U, P. QUINN.
The bnMnesa will be continued hereafter at No. 189
Broad oireet, Augusta, Go., by P. QUINN, and In
Charleston at No. 627 King street, by M. M. QUINN.
July 31 g
? OPAHTNKR8HIP ?NOTICK.
THE UNDBR8IUNED HAVING THIti ?AY FORMED
a Copartnership under the aay'eo** HHEPHEKD,
DUO k COHEN, for manufacturing *M*NWARB ml oil
descriptions. They will also desll n Stoves, Grates ond
House Furnishing Gooda, at No. 423 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. 0.
FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, 1666. McLUFF COHEN.
Joly W lmo*
COPARTNER HH1P NOTICE.
npHB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
JL under the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
boa this day (Unsolved, according to aitloles of afrroe
xnont. (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
O BAULKS H. AI.Rglt,
TTAB ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
JLL AND O LASS BUSINESS, Mr GEOBGB W. WAB
KKN. The bnslnesa will ho'cafOr be conducted In the
nome of ALBEE k WARREN. No. S3 MABKBT
hTREBT*. OHARLES H. ALuKK.
E88RB. B at. SAMPAN HiVlNO MADE AN
--. a?sianmentto . of all their copartnership and
ludivi ual property and effects for the ? ouoflt of their
creditors, notice is horeb ? given to all and singular th.
?old doarlnership and Individual creditors, that the
deed of assUnmnnt I* at my office for their Inspection,
and that ali who desire to avail th msolvee of the ben?.
fits f Its provisions must do ?o on or before the 10th
day of September, 1866. the period limited by sold
deed, and the oredliors ore hereby notifieil to bold a
me^Ung forth appolntmeut of on agent, according to
the provisions of the Act of the General tssambly,
passed In 1828. B. E. FKAHBB,
SOLICm PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Presses, Printing Presses: makes and re
pairs Boutin* Mochines for 8 to roa; makes all kinds o?
Wrought ond Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also
a general ron of BLACKSMITH WORE; also Wheel
wright Work in general. AROH'D M0LEI8H,
V? . . ? tvih?e*ir"rm Ni ? Pnti..?...? >?r>.i Vreet
DBS. RAOUL & LYNAH
HAVE BErRNrLYRE' EIVFD ALARGI STO'K OB
DRU! 8, SOAP, PERFUMERY ND PBJPuIE
TARY AND FAS Y AliTli.'Lfe?, wllch they offer at
Wholesale aid Retail. They would call special atten
tion to tho following
FUx Seed (ground)
Medlotne Ghosts (Plantat'n)
Medicine Cheats (ship use)
muses goldsmith & son,
NOS. id AND in VENDUE RANGE,
WHOLA- ALBDKALBB8 IN IKON. METaLH.WOOL
?... *'*%?SSS Wax, Gotten a*d Naval Stores.
Will pay tlss bl./host cash pitt? for any ot the above
arUalea. Keep oot.etantl> on kana as assortment ot
.i^LiSli****?"1***' ."? ?,??. tWtJM. BAO ?INO
AMPTWJO?. tsUistwisi IntfU
IN SUMS OF $10(11) AND UPWARDS, KOR WHIOH
AMPLE SE.URiTY ??ill b?> .i\?i?i Apply to
8-lU'U ? Mo Ui.l.IVitAY,
August 4 1 No. .7 Uroml.troet.
HIGHEST RATE8 PAID.
JOSEPH H. RI8LEY,
No. HU Eaat Kay,
July 31 Corner of Accorunuxl-iloii Wharf.
1 sf\ SHAnFS HOME LOAN AND BUILDING AB
l\J 80CIAVION HIOl.K.
Apply st thin ofllc..?._Julv l8
NEW ORLEANS, and
FOB SALE BY
CONNER k WILSON,
j_>To. 5 Broad Street
August a _ umtue
ONION BANK OF L0NO0N.
FOR SALE BY
CONNER & WILSON,
August- t_?tu6 No. 6 BRO\D STREET.
GROVER _ RAhER
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE CELEBRATED SEW
ING MACHINES recei-od. These Machines are
warranted by __
H. W. KINSMAN,
AGKNT G. & B. 8. M. COMPANY.
Augurt 3 2 No. .79 Klng-ntre-t, np ?talr-.
PE-WK- O _PB3sri_<r a
OLD SODTH&RORie HODSB.
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN _ CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
CHOICE DRUG??. CHEMICALS, CHEMICAL B__
AGU'a'18, FLU J. EXTRACT-, GLA8-WAH.E, FAINTS,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY O? HAND A COM
PLETE a-.orta ont oIt_. above, together with?.
all the most approved
Which thoy offer to tho Htj and Country Trado at low
Merchant., Phyeiclant ami Planters can depend our
bavin? their ord?r? filled with accuracy and dispatch.
We Bhali krepno ??oom In ?mr ESTAULISUUENTtb-t
we cannot warrant the quality of.
GOOIjRICH, WINRMAN k CO.,
No. 153 MEETING-ST..
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
GEORGE O. GOODRICH. I PHILIP WINEMAN.
August 1 Orno
E. H. SELLERS & CO.?
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOR NORTH OF IIARBE.,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIO THAT THEY HAVB
on hand a fuU Maortment of DBUGS, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY AimoLES. HO APS, BBUSHES, PEB
FUMBBY and PAN IT GOOD8, and are prepared to
raPP'y pujelcl-no and urlvato famille- at oheapeat mar
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.. ..?.,.BL BAER, M. D.
JOHN s. R?aos,
Beal estate, stock Broker, Auctioneer
Northwest Cor. of Broad and East Bay?
MACBETH & BAVENE-,
BISKS TAKEN UPON THE MOST LIBERAL
OFFICE-8TATE BANK, SOUTHWEST CORNER OT
BROAD STREET AND EAST BAY.
J. R AVEN HL MACBETH.DANIEL BAYENKL, Ja..
WILLIAM M, LAWTON, JR.,
ATTORNEY _f_.T __,A.-W
SOT_IOTTOR IN EQUITY
No. 93 BROAD STREET (UP STAIRS).
ALBEE k WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c..
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL?
N0. 4 HrlflfR-STRKET?
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