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MFARLEi-TflN BAILI NEWS,
Gt. R. CATHCART Edi i or.
cathcart, mcmillan & morton,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
BAILY-TWLLVE MONTHS._. ?_. --.?10.00
.JINGLE OOPIES.? C_l_-a
IO NEWS DEALEBS.Scants
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
mr- THE LIST OF LEiTTKBS re
_n.ul--iix<" in the Postoffloe at the end
of eaoh week is published offloiallv
In THE DAILY NErWS every BVi
Mre. Wm. Cullen Bryant died laat wool?.
MrB. John C. Calhoun ?lind a fow day? ago at
her homo in Pondleton, S. C.
The Bteoplo of old 8t. John-Church, Richmond,
blown down in 1863, ia to bo rebuilt this Rummer.
Hon. 8. li. -Ialloiiy lias, by permission, just
returned to his homo in Florida, for the first timo
since his arro.', at the cIobo of the war.
Mr. David Corrie, an old merchant of Rich
mond, Va., has just died. He waa long President
of tim Itiohmond Fire Assurance Company; alBO
long the agent of the Baltimore line of packet?.
General Bea?reoard was offered, by tho HoBpo
dar of Moldo-Wallachia, the post of commander'
in-chief of the Roumanian army, an honor which
A negro man, named Jeff. Kirk, is commissioned
by the Mayor of Columbus, Miss., "to excise sur
veillance ovor tho conduct and manners of tho
negro settlement in the eastern part of the city."
A Bhop in Baltimore was fired on Thursday by
the agency of a warped pane of glass in a win
dow, which acted as a convex lens, and concen
trating tho sun's raya upon a pile of combustiblo
material, caused it to take fire.
A forger, who some ten days since forged a
check for $150,000 on the Firat National Bank of
Philadelphia, which was cashed, was arrested in
that city yesterday, with all his plunder, on his
arrival from Baltimore, where he had just been
Mre. General Ranbom, the wife of the gallant
General Robeut Ransom, of North Carolina, will
this fall open in Wilmington, N. 0., a firat-clnss
seminary for young ladies. She has secured the
servioes of a corpa of able and experienced South
A Detroit Republican paper advocates the estab
lishment of a freedman'a bureau in the island of
Jamaica. The Chicago Times says that it is some
what strange that tho Radicals in CoDgress have
not proposed an amendment to tho Constitution
establishing one there before this.
Two negroes-who said they were paid $800 for
the commission of the crimo by thoir victim's wife
-attempted to kill a barber named Hull, in Phi
ladelphia, on Wednesday night. Ho cried for
help, which speedily c?me to his aid, and ho es
caped with severo wounds in his head.
The will of Dr. Bird Powell, of Cincinnati, re
cently deceased, who bequeathed his hoad to a
friend and pupil for scientific purposes, has final
ly been admitted to probate. Tho bequest is,
therefore, legally acknowledged, and the head
will remain in Professor Keckelor's cabinet.
The composition of the next Legislature of Ore
gon, according to the recent elections, is aa fol
lows : Union Senators, 14 ; Democratic Senators,
8 ; Union majority, C. Union Representativos, 24 ;
Democratic Repr?sentatives, 23 ; Union majority,
1. Union majority on joint ballot, 7. Tho Union
majority in tho Legislature secures tho election of
a United Rtatos Senator in the placo of J. W.
Ne-MIth, who now sustains ProBident Johnson's
A dispatch from Fortress Mooroo, dated August
2, says Mr. O'Conor went North this evening on
the steamer George Leary, having brought to an
end his protracted interview with Davis. From
the moment of his arrival here, three days ago,
he has remained constantly inside the fortress,
closely engaged with Ina client. From the leDgth
of the visit and the Budden manner in which it
was made, it is believed that it was mainly attri
butable to the reconl report of tho Judiciary Com
mittee to Congress, and tho urgent necessity
thereby created to decide upon a plan of defence
in views of tho approaching trial.
The Navy Department denies the statement
published in tho New York Tribune and Washing
ton Chronicle relative to the kidnapping of ne
groes to tho coast of Florida. No snob informa
tion has been received, and no such vessel as the
St. Augustine is in the service of the Department.
Tho steamer St. Augustine is in the navy, but she
is in European waters. The contrary is the case.
In consequence of these sensation reports circu
lating throughout the country the Department
directed Commodore Winslow, commanding the
squadron, to make thorough investigations, and
he has replied that the reports aro without the
slightest foundation in fact. Wo auspectod as
much when we published tho roport a fow days
ago, but as Ihe item then stated that parties from
New York were concerned in the kiduapping, we
did not feel authorized to contradict tho state
A German statistician, M. Ha.ssener, has pub
lished the following: "Tho war? which havo been
.waged from 1815 to 186. have caused the death of
2,762,000 men, of whom 2.118,000 wcro Europeans
and 014,000 from other quarters of tho globe
which gives an average of 43,800 per annum.
These figures do not include the deaths caused by
epidemics resulting from war. The most san
guinary hostilities of that period aro these: Tho
Eastern, of 1856, in which 508,600 men fell, in the
following proportions : 250.000 Russians, 98,800
Turks, 107,000 French, 45,000 English and 2600
Italians. lu the Caucasus (182.-60), 330,000 men
lost their lives. The revolt in India (1857-59)
ooBt 196,010 lives. The Russo-Tnrki.h war (1820
25), 193.000. The Poliah insurrection (1831), 190,
000. The whole of the French campaigns in
Africa (1830-69), 146,000. The Hungarian insur
rection, 142,000. Tue Italian war, 129,870- of
whom 96,874 died on the field or from their
wounds, an . 83.000 from various diseases. The
total number of lives -oat in Europe during tho
ware from 1792 to 1815 amounted to 5,630,000,
7?. S?1 .L708 for th0 28 yoara an average of 240,
484 deaths pur year."
0T AU i:'JWHU_mfa_IWrfa. ?tMflHWA JO* ?.Wjllvulton it?
this Murna* im;** -f atldret>ncd to tht Etiitor or
the Hauy Newt, No. l8 //ayrn'-j'?rif?, Charleston,
?J. C. Business OommunlccUioris io Publisher of
Daily News. ?
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisementsoutride of the city mus? be accompa
nied with the carh.
"OH A R L ??ST O N.
TOFHDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 18C6
T/LE" ATLANTIC CARLE TELEGRAMS.
All classes of the community, but particu
larly tbo merchant and the representativo
of the prose, are watching with the sharpest
scrutiny tbo workings of the Atlantic Tele
graph Cable, and aro using -11 their power of
thought in attempting to understand, nt tbo
oarliost moment, the effect that so important
an agent may have in changing the forms of
doing business and altering tho customs of
Booioty. So great an instrumentality should
he in the hands of the most efficient and re
liable men, und bo managed, first of all, for
tho general good. It is to he feared that, un
til competing lines get to work, tho man
agement of the presont Cabio will, in many
instances, dosorvo animadversion. Tho Now
York World and Times aro both out in BtroDg
articles, noticing the shortcomings of tho
Cable, and a writer in the former journal
Bpouks in the following style of its manage
There is considerable disgust folt at the irregu
larities of the European tolegrams, after they
roach tho Newfoundland shore. These annoyances,
at first, gave riso to tho suspioion that tho Atlan
tic Cable itself waa not working well. But if wo
aro to believe tho explanation afi'ordod this after
noon of t h e iibbon co of enterprise, and tho presence
of absoluto stupidity and falso economy in trans
mitting the messages from Heart's Content to the
United Ktatos frontier, tho Cabio is scandalized by
tho mismanagement in repeating ita signals over
On Saturday last it was announced in this
city, on the bulletin board of our contempo
rary, and generally made public throughout
the city, that tolegrams received hore by tho
Cable quoted Middling Upland in tbo Liver
pool market at 15d., which, some hour after
ward, was shown to be false by the Associa
ted Press dispatches, whioh quoted that grade
of Cotton at Mil. Such blunders might lead
to BoriouB mistakes, and should by all moans
be avoided and discountenanced. The Asso
ciated Press dispatohes aro assuredly tho
most reliable, from the fact that in them there
?8 no special interest to serve, as they aro in
tended for the whole public.
THE NEW GERMAN EMPIRE.
The long head of Bismark, orave Prus
sian hearts, and the now world-renowned
needle-gun, have contributed more toward
the realization of the darling soborno of Ger
man patriotism than nil the pamphleteers,
agitators, and speech-makers of the last fifty
years. We cannot say that we approve of
tho means or the manner in which this re
sult has been brought about.
Germany had nearly forty different gov
ernments, each ar.d all, in a certain measure,
independent of the other?, and what, by
rights, is but or.e nation, was split up into
forty separate Statoe. The cousequenco wns
that, with a population of over forty millions,
as highly civilized as any on the globe,
abundant stores of ineznauetible wealth,
in fields and forests, mines, vineyards and
rivers; with manufactures and commerce, all
flourish i g in an extraordinary degree,-with
scholars and mechanics, the best in Europe;
with soldiers and statesmen of the first char
acter-Germany only held a secondary rank
in the family of European States. National
progress or greatness, from the very nature of
the constitution of the Diet, was impractica
ble. The several petty sovereigns were too
independent, and too jealous of their rights,
to allow themselves to be controlled or ad
vised by either of the two leading powers.
The consequenoe was Germany soon became
a political oipher. Austria and Prussia oc
oupied rospeotable positions among the Con
tinental powers, but this was only on the
strength of their own territory.
The most enlightened men of the country
-the good and the patriotic-have long be
wailed this, and yearned for a change; and
the ?-.hange has at last arrived. The selfish
ambition of Prussia has been the instrument
of uprooting the effete system of a hundred
years ago, of unseating a fow dozen kings,
dukes and princes, and uniting under one
head the several tribes of the German stock.
True, from tho latest advices we can eonrcely
oull this groat fact as yet accomplished.
But the way is paved for it; and the procoss
of reconstruction will not torminato till Ger
many is indoed one. As it is of one blood,
and speaking one tongue, so shall it be under
ono governing head, powerful for protection
to its people and formidable to its foo?.
Italy underwent a similar procoss a few
years ago. But aa there was much more
necessity for its unification, so also was there
less difficulty in its accomplishment. There
wob pomo kind of bond and common interest
in Germnny up to tho breaking out of the
present war. In Italy there was none what
ever. Germany had good, stable govern
ments, sufficient for internal or domeatio pur
poses. The different States of Italy were al
most in a state of annrohy. Neither life nor
property were secure ia many parts of that
peninsula. A strong government was in great
demand, and accordingly inaugurated without
more difficulty than might be reasonably ex
It is curious how little interest the world
at large has always talton in German polities.
The fault ii doubtless with the Germans
tlionisclvce. Thoy woro known ns individu-lit*,
(?peaking a conmion language, but ii"t as ci ti
zona of a nation. Yet thoir dovotion to an
idorl notional union waa greater than in Ita
ly. In Italy the intorcst of tho Church was
gonora.lv opposed to it, whilo in Gormany
all partioB sympathized with tho glorious
idea of uniting into ono political body all tho
dotaobed BOOlions of tho country; although
thero woro doubtleBB various opinions regard
ing tbo moBt Buitablc manner of bringing
about this deni ruble rosult.
Even now the world is dazzled with tho
flash of tbo gun and tbo smoko of battle,
and only sees Austrians running and Prus
sians in victorious pursuit, taking FideB with
the two belligerentsimmedintely before them
The great question of tho destiny of the
country is to most a matter of indifference.
This, howevor, we think will not be the case
much longer. A country that has statesmen
and geuoruls, such as Gormany has developed
witbin tho past three months, will m ike it
As far as we can learn from the still inde
finite nowa about the armistice, the new Uer
roan Empire of tho North, of which Berlin
is to bo tbo Capital, is hounded on the north
by tbo German and tho Baltic ?Seas, and on
tho south by the river Mayno, taking in tbo
entire northern part of Germany. This ?b tbo
cuso to all intents and purposes, evon though
a nominal indepondenne shall be guaranteed
to Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, and a few other
What is to be done with the south of Ger
many we cannot yot toll. Austria is no
longer to form a ooniponent part of Gormany.
This, to our mind, settles the question for
Southern Germtny, which will, of its own
accord, seek for a union with the Empire of
the North. Without Austria it were too
weak to incur the displeasure of Prussia.
As tho questions to be settled are very com
plicated, we may havo to wait some weeks
oro wo shall hear of their final settlement.
WANTED TU IHRE. A OOUD COOK,
Wash?- and Ironer. Apply to tbo N. E. CO UN Eli
OF MEETING AND BOCIET? fcTRLETS.
Agents wanted kor
the life and o \ mpaign8 of
GUNERAL (STONEWALL) JACKSON,
By Prof. R. L. Dabhst, D D., ol Va.
The .S(?iiiii?ir<l Rlography of the Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorized by his widow. The author a
personal friend and Chief ol Staff of the Christian Sol
dier. Wo waut an Agent in overy county. Bend for
circulars and see our lirmn.
Addrcsi NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
Corner Tth and Main streets,
August 7_lxnii*_Richmond. Virginia.
WAINEO.-50 CAliPKNTEKS WANTED
on the work at Hampton, on South Carolina Rail
road. For particulars inquire at Messrs. JA ES M.
EAbON A-BttO.'S FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
WANTED TO HIKE, A WIIITtC ?-Ulla
to attend on a lady and do chamber work and
sowing. Mono need apply unless well recommended.
Apply at No. 8 LIBERTY-STREET. 6 August 4
WANTED, A CAPABLE COOK-ONE
who c?n come well recommended and under
stands her business. Apply at HASEL-STREET, third
door below Anson-street July 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LADY, A 81 I'UA
TION as TEACHER, either lu the city or coun
try. For lurther particulars, luaulre at this oQlce.
WANTED, B\ A %OUNG M\N, A ?ITfJA
TION lu ?orno Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; baa some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been In that busluess on his own account. He will
btuily the lulero-?' of lils employer, and Is willing to
make hlnim-lf gouerally ueoful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofflce, or apply at this office. June 11
FOtl HALE. ST. ANDltEW's HALL LOT,
in Broad street near Friend, with the Building?
Apply to DOUGLAS NI8BET,
At the O Alco ol Scrlven k Nisbet,
No.dOO East Bay, next south of Courier Office.
FOR 8AL.K, ONE PA I It FRENCH BUHU
MILL SI ONES, forty inches in dlsmetor, with
spindles and Pulleys; one CIRCULAR SAW, with
8bafttnfi. Pulleys and Table complete, at No. 20 WASH
ING ION-STREET. G. GARNER.
August 2 thama*
FOR 8ALE.-FUDR LMIOK AND WELL
BROKE OXEN, In fine order; havo not boon worked
tor some lime. Price two hundred and forty dollars.
A STRONG OX WAGON, WITH YOKES AND
CHAIN. Price forty dollars. Address
August 8 4 Summerville, S C.
HOUSE AND LOT f'OIt SALE IN THE
town of Aiken, 8. C. ; Lot fronting 160 ieet
on Newberry street, and running back 200 feet, adjoin
ing lot of Henry Wonsols, Esq. On the premises are a
t ?-?story I rame House, containing seven rooms,
double piazza In front, kitchen, stable, and all neces
sary outbuildings, now and In good order ; a & e well
of water RIO feet deep, large garden, with grape vines,
peach and plum trees, Ac, so.
For particulars, terms, _c.. inqul-e of
WILT IAMS k COVERT. Charleston, 8. C ,
Or by mall, to JAB. FERROIS, Aiken, 8. ?.
_LOST, STOLEN, ftp._
LOST, ON L'ST BATUHDAY NIGHT, A
DIAMOND BREASTPIN, on Warren, between
King aud Coming streols. The finder will be suliai.ly
rewarded by leaving it at the Drug Store corner King
and John itreets._8*_August 7
LOST, Of FRIDAY LAST. A P'lll OP
GOLD SPECTACLES (?Hding temples), octave
frame, inclosed in dark Morocco case. The finder will
be rowarded if required. Inquire at this office.
r 71 PT Y DOLLARS RKWAKD. - L O S T ,
I YE3TEKDAY, between Kin* and Wentworth e's., a
HEAVY GOLD WATOH iND*OOLD LINK CHAIN, II
J. Tobias, Liverpool, maker. Tho above reward will bo
paid, and no questions as-.??,", for letnrn of samo, at No.
01 Wen worth, or No. 207 King-street. D. JACOBS.
Watchmakers will take notice If offered for sale.
TO BENT, &o.
TO RKNT, PART OP A PINE RESI
DENCE, consisting of five room", with pantry and
kitchen, floe pinaza and gardon; location central and
pleasant. Reierenco given and required. Apply at No.
110 M En TING-STREET. August 4
BOARDING-TWO OR THREE GENTLE
-?EN, or a Lady and Gentleman, can bo accom
modated with'BOARD, by applying at No. 12 went
worth flTKEET. three doors bemw inson Jnlv 24
K. Mi. 'WHITING,
COIIOVEH A sD MAGISTRATE,
HA8 REMOVED HIN OFFICE TO NO. 84 OH AL
MBR8-BTREET, North side, next door to Mr
MoIN*4l8* Blacksmith Shop, and two doora east of Meet
ing-street May 80
THE COPARTNER-IMP HERKTOFOHE IXISTING
audertha? firm of RIMONS RIliiTIIEKH, woh ?Hh
? veil liy the d??ath of KEATING L Bl VON I?, an 14th
Januar? last. All usvoots* Inilt-hii ?I to tbo raid linn will
pleato ii.-':?? linm.iiKit. payment to
8ED?WICK 8IMON8, Survivor.
August 1 tali*
P -RTM-HSHIP NOT1IE.
TUE FIRM OF FREEMAN A: PUNDT, an?! FREE
MAN. POND, k CO.. Is ?llHflolvoil by mm ual cnn
?riit. Their Butiro ulll lio UaaMM-d bv V1EG1NIU8
r.. 1.-51 AN ?ntl JOHN PUN 1>1".
FREPMAN Ai PnNDT
FHEEMAN, PDNDT & CO.
M AVE THIS DAY AMSOCIATED THEMSELVES AS
partnrrH In ballding Bagtuea, Boiler?. castings,
Bit FruDi?. <t.\, >tt iii?? Pnlmetto I h Works, cor
ner of Concord and Haael streets, at Lockwood & John
son's old staud. VIROINIU8 FREEMAN,
J- HN M. PUNDIT,
EDWARD A. DODD.
AURUBt (I 3
HERETOFOUE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME OF
PATRICK <- El- A In thin ?lay di-solvod by mutual
o UBont, and O. Y. PATRICK Is authorised to Bettie tbc
buHiieiB of tbo lato firm.
<-i.,.,--i O- Y- PATRICK.
?b,f>uea< GEORGE J LEA.
Bamberg, H. 0., August 3, IROS. 3 August 4
DISSOI UTION OF? COP VRTVERSIIIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho firm of A1TKIN8, NOYi-8 * JOH 8TON,
was dissolved on tbo 1st of July last by mutual consent.
OU AS. W NOYES,
August 3 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CERTIFICATE OF LIMITKD PARTNERSHIP BE
TWEEN i.HARLES XV. KOYKR OF CHARLESTON,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, OF THE TOWN OF NEW
WINDSOK, ORANG- COUNTY. STATE OF NEW
YORK. WILLIAM GI-AUaM. OF'lilli CITY. COUN
TY AND STATE OF NEW YORK. AND .TAMES AIT
KIN, OF THE CITY OF WKHT HOBOKEN, IN HUD
SON COUNTY 8--TE OF NEW JERSEY.
Tbla CcrtiUc-ito bereby wltuoasoth that tbo undor
Blguod bavo, by virtue of an Act ol thr? Goneral Abboixi
bly of South Carolina, entitled "An Act to authorize
tliu formation of Limited Partnerships," formed a
Limited KartnerBhip, an follows:
First.-The name or firm under which said Partner
ship shall be condict-d ia NOYES k YaIL.
?econdly.-Tbe gener?! nature of tho bnslness to be
transacted is the Wholesale and Joubing Dry Goods
Thirdly-CHARLES W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W.
V-ILaro Gen?ml Partners, and WILLIAM GRAHAM
and JAME* AITKIN aro the Special Partners.
Fourthly.-The amount of capital which cacb Spectal
Partner haa contributed io tbo Common Stock of Bald
Partnership is as follows: William Graham twelvo
thousand five hundred dollarB In cash, and James Ait
kin twelve ilioupand five hundred dollars in oa.sb.
Fifthly.-The said Partnership commences on tbe
second day of July. ISCA (eighteen hundred and sixty
six), and shall term?nalo on the first day of July, 1807
(eighteen hundred and Rlxtv-sovcn).
CHARLES W (?OYES,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL.
COP .RTNEKSHIP NOTICE.
I HAVE THIS DAY A8S00I.\TED WITH ME IN THE
management of the Charleston Hotel, Mr. GEORGE
G- MIXER. long and favo ably known to the travelling
public. -ho Hotel will hereafter be conducted under
the name and Btyle of WHIlE?e MIX KR
Charleston, August 1._August 3
dissolution of copartnership.
the copartnership heretofore fx181tng
under the name, style and finn ? f JOHN 8.
RIGGS _ CO., is this day dissolved by mutual coneont
JOHN 8. RIGGS.
August 1_J. RAVENEL MACBETH.
THE UNDERSGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership for carrying on the REAL KSTATE,
STOCK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, under the name and style of MAGBE. H &
RAVEN-.L. 4 RAVENEL MACBETH.
Angust 1, 18C6. DANIEL RAVENEL, Jrt,
MACBETH ?. RAVENEL,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS, AUOTIONEERS
GENERAL COMMISSION MEECHA NTS.
OFFICE-HAT- TUNK COBNER nnOAD AND EABT HAY,
Will attend to thu pun huso and sale, of T__A_i _._.
TATE, STOCKS, BONDS, and all negotiaulo paper,
f trictly on commitsl >n; aso, all ar?oles of merchandise
which may be entrusted to our care.
J. RAYENhL MA0HK1H.DANIEL RAVENEL, Ja.
JAMES ADGER k C<>. IC. T LOWNDES & 00.
ADAMS. FROST k CO. |R?.VENKL k CO.
Col. D L. McKAY.
President Peoples' National Bank.
THE SUBSCRIBER?? HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
C?>p irtm-rslnp under the name and niylo ol GOOD
RICH, WINEMAN k CO., for the purpose of carrying ou
a WHOLESALE DRUG AND IMPORTING BUSINESS,
at No. 1.3 Meeting-street.
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH.
Charleston, August 1st, 18C..
I HAVE TH18 DAY DISPOSED OF MY ENTIRE
in turo-t in the DRUG BUSINESS formerly conduct
ed by me, to Messrs. GOODRICH W1NEMAN k CO.
Thanking my former patrons for their liberal patron
age, I take great pleasure in recommending my succ?s
Horn. J. A. MORGAN.
. Charleston, August 1st, 1666.
THE UNDBR8IGNED HAVING THIS DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under the -tyla .?? SHEPHERD,
DUO k COHEN, for manufacturing rMNWAIlE of all
descriptions They will also dealt n Stoves, Gratea and
House Furnishing Goods, at No. 4.2 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRAN0I8 H DUC.
July 1st, 18C6. McDUFF COHEN.
J uly 17 lnio*
COPARTNER SHIP NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIRTING
nnder the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
has this day dissolved, according to aitlcles of agroo
ment, (8lgned.) EARLES AUSTIN.
OHARLE3 H. ALBEE.
HA8 A8300IATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUmIN Ess, Mr GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will be'caller be conducted In tbe
name of ALBEE k WARREN. No. 42 MARKET
-TREBT. CHARLES H. ALuEE.
Ml. ZION INSTITUTE, WI.VHBOUO', S. C.
THE EXERCISER OF THIS 80HO0L WILL BE
resumed Monday, tbe 16ib of July.
TEI1M8 PER REBIJIO.I:
Board with Tuition In all itn brancbea except Pbl
lnsophy, Chemistry, and French.$130
Tuitjo'i of day scholars In the clastlcal or bigber
English and Mathematical departments. 30
Tuition in other branobt-a from $12 to..-. 30
Course 01 Chomistiy or Philosophy. 16
The abovo ra'os reckoned in ti o currency of the coun
try Pa?inotit required half in advance-the residue at
the close of tbo b?-sion.
Binduli la required to furnish bed linen, covering, and
towols. O. A. WOODWARD,
URBULIN" ACADEMY OF TUB IMMACU
LATE CONCEPTION, "VALLE CR?0I8," NEAR
COLUMBIA, 8. 0
THE L?DIER OF THI8 INhTITUTION HAVE
| so far recovered from tho loss ontalled on der
by the burning of their "Convent and Aoa "erny"
as lo ? o aiilo to resume its Academic Exercises on the
First Monday l-< Beptember.
Tome per 8OUOLA8T1O YEAR OF TEN MONTHS,
payable half > early I? ad vane. :
Inran Class-- nltlon In English, Freneb, and Piano,
with Hoad, Lodginu. Washing. Fuel and Lights. $600
Hicond C__-8-Tuition iu English. Frenoh. Drawing.
Piano. Guitar, ami V.oal Muslo with Board. Ac, $800.
Fibst Class-Tuition In English, F-encb. Latin.
Piano, Harp, Guitar, Vocal Muslo, Drawing, and Pastel
Palming, with Board, ko.. $1000.
49T No PupU Is rocol ved under twelve years of age,
and slace the small residence can accommodate only a
limited number ?26?, those between the ages of fifteen
and tvent? are prefer, d.
txr Applications for admission may bo made to the
MO I HER BUPKhlOR, ColnmhH, or to Bl.ht Rev.
Blihop LYNCH, CharleatO-, & O.
Ango it$ t-_aUlxno
jVi ?-_i-.*l lftlrt)
GHARlaKoi'l'ON UOAltn ?M* Til A DB.
THE RhOl'LAE M?) lili.Y Mi. I.TI M? Of I HE
Charleston Boaid ni Trad? will h.? bold, Tins Err
nin<7, at tile Charleston Hotel Club I oom, al H . 'eli ck.
?Uili:?. II. STEELE,
August 7 1 i-ccretary.
HUTU 4 Ia BHNf PIT M>AV ASS'H'.IATIOV.
rilUE STOCKHOLDERS OI'THIS ASSOCIATION AUB
JL reqncstud to all .ntl u uioutiiigat tlio Masonic Hall
This Evening, 7th lust., at 8 o'clock, who tim Oomniit
teo will report. HENRY OOBIA,
August 7 1 President,
IIEIHIEW ORPHAN S??l*iETY.
A REGULAI. MONTHLY Ml E IT Ntl OF THIS--0
_\? C?E Y will be hold This Evening at 7 o'clock.
J BARRETT COHEN,
August 7 1 Hecretary.
OKUTS? IIKR PHKUND?VMAPTB BUND.
rilHE REGULAR MONT I.Y MEETINC. OF THIS
A So.-iety takes place 77i i? Evening, at 8 o'clock.
August 7 1* Secretary.
rUE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE.
held at tho Hall This Evening, at 8 o'clock.
August 1 _1 Secretary.
PALMETTO BASE It ? LI. CLUB.
A REGULAR MhETlNU (?1 THE PALMETTO BASE
BA L Ol UB will bo hold. This ?haning, at8
o'clock, in Mas? ni- Hall, corner of Kihi? and Wont
worth-strrotH a lull attoudanoo ?if the Mumbera is
earnestly reqin-sted. WM. U. BELLAMY,
August 7_1? Secretary.
BAAI8AY I'HAPTKll, No. -A7, It. A. Bl.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY CONVOCATION OIT
thlB Chapter will bo belli at Masonic Hall This Fre
nillo, at 8 o'cloclf. &l orne?is ?te requesled to bo punc
tual. By order M.-. I.-. II.. P.-.
GEO II ISGRAIIAM. Jil.
August 7 1 Secretary.
VIOILANT Pilli** ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY iltETING OF*
yuur Company, at Mall ??f Gerin.ni Flro Company
in Chalmers (street. This [Tuesday) Evening, tho 7th lnstr
at 8 o'clock pr? clscly.
A punctual attcudnnco i?- icqiieslc?!.
By ordur. J NO. T. HUMPHREYS,
August 7 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON PI II P. COMPANY OF AXE?
ATTEND A REGUH.R MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANT, TA is Evening, M Market Hall, at 8 o'clock
precisely. A lull and punctual uttundauce Is rciiu? st-eil,
as bubiuCFS of linportsuco will be .-uluiitttod.
E .INO WHITE,
August 7 1 Fccrctiry C. F. Cu. of Axemen.
CHARLESTON FUIR ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMON!? TO ATTEND A
regular mon lily ino tin?/ ni your Company, at
your Hall, Wentworth street. This (Tuesday) Earning,
August 7tl), at R>i o'clock.
Byordor: F. BK.NTSCHNER,
Augu'tT 1 Secretiry Charleston F. E. Co.
MARION PIBE KVGIVK COMPANY.
Al TEND A N t X IRA MEE II sa OF YOUR COMPA
NY, This (Tuesday) Evening, August 7th, at 8
o'clock procisoly, as business of importance will bo
By order of tho President:
H. L. CALDER,
Angust 7 1 Secretary U. F. E. Co.
I. O. O. P. GENERAL HALL . OMMITTKK.
1JROP03AL8 WIIL BE RECEIVED FOR THE
I LEASE OF THEIR STuRE, NO. 335 KING
STRE?T. CORNEit OF LIBERTY, for one year, with
the privilege of five, up to Monday, vn tli, 4 P. M.
Applications to bo loft with tho Scorotary, Odd
Fellow's Hall, who will givo any information desired.
By order of Committee.
El WARD MITCHELL,
August 7 tuthmu-smO Secretary.
THE UNDERPIONED HEREBY GIVES NOTICE TO
the las Payers of thn town of Summerville that he
will be at the Town Hall on the 16th mid 16th of August,
between the hours of 10 A. M. and 2 P. M., to receive
Tho Books will bo closed on the 1st of September,
alter which date executions will be lssuod against all?
By order of Council. JAM . S PUROELL.
Summerville, August Oth, 1880. Olork.
August 7 tuthm3tntb2
ALL SOLDIERS NOW IN. OR WHO HAVE BEEN
disci anted f-om, tho United States Army, are en
titled to ONE HUNDRED DOLLAKH EXTRA BOUNTY..
Send yuiii names, or call in perron, at this office, and
se.ure it. . s.
UNITED STATES CLAIM OFFICE,
i T. HURt EY. .?gent, __'
Ko. 10O Meetiug-atrcet, C)lioT4tflfMtti. <i^\
August 7 Ino
"FOTJJFC IVl ILLlONS J-> OT_.l_-fV_ElS.
TO INSUHE THE TREASURY OF THE STATES OF
the Holy See complete itidcpenronce during tho
negolia-ions ponding bstwe-n the Governments of
Franco and Italy fur tde liquidation of the Papal State
debt, His Honners, POPE PIUS IX, by Pontifical Act of
the lltb April, I860 docr.od tbe omission by subscrip
tion of tho loan now offo- d to the public.
Although fo-nier loan? havo ?-ouituanded nearly par,
His Holiness, in vlow ol tho present condition of mone
tary mat? ers, not wishing to impose a ssorlflce upon
those wiling to assist bim lu surmounting his present
temporary embarrassments, as well sb to present in
ducements to capital, has decided to Issue thlB loan at
sixty-six (66) dollars gold for the one hundred dollar
The Bonds, payable to tearer, aro of 600 france, or
one hundred dollars (gol?l), ?>a :h bearing S perccut. in
terest per annum, in gold, the coupons payable stml
annually, on the 1st of April and the 1st of October, in
Parla or in New York. Philadelphia mid New Orleans, at
the current ra e of exchange. The Issuo bolng at 66
dollars (gold will give moro than 7', percent, interest
on the investment
From 1870, $12,000 will bo annually appropriated for
tho purchaso of tho Bonds; the amount of Interest of
thoso cancelled will ne applied to tho further reduction
of tbe debt.
It ia believed that this loan -will commend itr.elf io
capitalist? gener Hy, and undoubtedly will to all good
Catholics having at heart a d aire to prove that His
Holtness never addressos lums-lt to thom in vain.
No Investment can pret-out greater -ecurlty than odo
guaranteed, a? this I?, by the plodged faith of a State
which has al way m pnnctua ly fulfilled every engagement
of Ita Pontifical Head.
Huhn riptioiiB received and Coupons paid at the fol
lowing Banking Ho-usos :
Mesura. hDWARD BLOUNT ft CO , Paris, France.
Messrs. DnNCAN, SHERMAN k CO., Nassau street,
corner Pine. Now York.
Mesara. DREXBL A CO., No. 34 S.utu 3d atreet, Phil
Messrs.-, New Orleans.
Snbsoiptlona also received by Mr. JOHN. B. MUR
BAY, No. lSNaai-au atreet, Now York.
THE VENERABLE CATHOLIC CLERGY. THOUGH
OUT ?he United States and the Ca?adas (to expedite this
goi d work), will pleaao receive subscriptions and the
smoun thereof, and forwad tho same by Draft or Ex
press to 'he Central Office at the Banking House of
Messrs DUNCAN. 8HEBMAN k CO marked on the en
velop. "Pontifical Loan," on recoiutof which the Bonds
will be immediately tiansmiited to them.
ROBERT MURPHY, Agent.
I unite with the moat Reverend tho Arohblshops o
Baltimore and ve v York, to whom ir. ItOSERT MUR
PHY has brought lettivs of introduction, and has
shown his oredei tlalu and earnestly commend tho jb
j? t of his mission to tho Revorr-nd Clergy and th?
Laity. P. N. LYNCH, D D.
Bishop of Charleston.
Charleston, 8. 0., AugUBt 0, 1806
OR A BM&LL AMOUNT INVESTED. LARGE
PROFITS ?an b-gained. Tho udorslgned hav
ing secured his Patent Rights, and not having capital
enough to manufacturo largely. ouVrs AN HALF IN
TEREST to any person ilesiriti? profitable Investment.
These Implement- are Intrnded to meet the wapts of
Planters and Farmers throughout the whole country;
tholr economy Is suoh that all agriculturists will use
thom, thereby saving fifty porcont. of labor.
Leavo ? our address at this ?.fflco, or apply to
W. O. GIBSON,
No. 31 Wolf.) etroet Charleston, a C.
NY ONE HAVING A QUANTITY OF HEAVY 31.
INCH ENG I.IBU '?OOD-. White or Gray, will find
s pTirchft.or, if the Goods are obeap, by addressing the
Subscribers, ?lib samples and urine. The White Good?
are napped Rso a blaukot, and some cheaper Gooda
without nap aro called "Welab Pial .*." The Gray
G >oda are ?tlffereiit lo mixtures, atylo and quality. BOX
No. 2419, Boston P. P., Mass_4_Augnst 7
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER!
KA FT i.UMBER OF ALI, SIZES, FOB SALE LOW
by the u.ft or retail, at weat end Broad-street