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OBIRLHSTOI. IJAILV NBWS,
O. R. CATHCART, Son or.
G1THCAKT. WrWILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILIT-TWELVB Mu?THS.~~ -.?10.0?
LARUEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?.TUB I-IST OF" -LiBTTTICRS re
n-ainirtst In the -"ostofHoe at the end?
of eiioh wooit Ib put-rlishecl offloiiill-v
in. npHLIC D-YU-Y NEWS every ITrl
doy mo i-til ii.?i.
A. T. Stewart's dry goods boneo in Savannah
?will have 42 feet iront, will bo 318 feet long, 90
ioet high, and have six stories.
A law, enacted in 1857, provides that this Gov
ernment is to piy tho Atlantic Cable Company a
subsidy of $80,000 a yuar.
Tho anniversary exurcisos of tho Andover Theo
logical Seminary took placo Thursday last. At their
close Rev. Ciiau-es M. Mead is to bo installed as
Hitchcock Professor of the Hebrew Language and
The Jewish Templo on tho corner of Eighth
and Plum BtreetB, Cincinnati, is rapidly approach
ing completion, and will ho dedicated on . ho 21 lb
proximo. The most extensive preparations are
now jo progress to that end.
Rev. Dr. Moore writes from Belfast to the
Central Presbyterian that, in connection with the
Presbyterian Genornl Asscmllj of Ireland, thero
are no pastors who have two churches, but thero
are somo churches that havo two pastors.
The last descendautof M mitin Luther, has just
died at Mariahilf. ??er name was Catiiahink
Luther. 8he was a Catholic, and so was her
father. Mariahilf is well known for a celebrated
pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin Mary, which
takes place thero ovory year.
The intornal rnvenao receipts of last Wednes
day wore $32,000,000. The Secretary of the Treas
ury will bo able, in his next statement of the pub
lic debt, to show ita dacreaso by about $15,000,000
since June 30. Nearly all of the certificates of in
debtedness have been callo l in.
The Cbicopee manufacturing company used,
during the last year, 5872 bales of cotton, and
made 9,007,325 yards of goods. The revenue tax
of 6 per cent, on sales amounted to $110,863.36, or
26 per cent, of the capital stock. Dividends of 45
per cent, havo been paid during the year.
Among tho emigrants who passed through St.
Paul, Minnesota, recently, representing almost
every European nationality, wero a party of Fins
or Laplanders, from the extreme north of Europe.
They attracted a good deil of attention from
their peculiar style of dress. They were, per
haps, the first emigrants that ever came from
that country to this.
Now York City pays about 40 per cent, of the
taxeB levied for the support of the New York
State Government, and the value ot the taxable
property is c-titnated at *622,59510_0) whilst that
of the remainder of the State is $928,280,445, the
total being $1,550,879,685. The amount raised an
nually by taxation in Now York city and county,
for municipal purpose?, is over $18,000,000.
Another Indiau raid occurred ou July 25, in
Contrai Toxas, by a party of sixty Oamanches,
and twenty-eight head of cattle, with sovon horses,
wero Btolen iu full view of the inmates of the
house near by. The latter wore not injure?.), but
wero simply warned to ke?p within doors, the
house being guarded on all sides by red skin?,
ten of whom remained around the building until
their comrades had gone to a safe distance. They
then mounted their hornes and galloped away.
A dispatch' from Memphis says that further
searoheB into tbe counterfeit cave, discovered on
July 25, discloses a mnoh larger amount of cur
renoy than was anticipated. In addition to the
articles previouRly mentioned, were fonnd $15,400
in United States compound interest notes, and 5
and 10 cents revenue stampa. The total amount
of vnluea, including both stamps and bills, is es
timated at $150,000, and all were of Bplendid
workmanship, appearing lise genuines-moro eo,
probably, than any otber bills ever made.
The first train over the Southern Pacific Rail
road, from Shroveport to Marshall, Texas, was
run on Saturday last. Everything worked nicely
and in perfect order. August 1 waa the time Bet
for the completiou of this section of the road, but
it was done four days ahead of that time. The
CommisBionera of the Government will inspect
the road early next month. Freight engage
ments have already been made for over a month
ahead, and the profits of the road will be $1000
The New York News ot a late date says : ''Yes
terday P. Y. CoTLKn, Esq., of the law firm of
MoBara. Cutler, Whitakkb <fc Albrioht, appear
ed before Judge Babmaiid, of the Supreme Court,
and applied for an order of arrest on Antonio
Lo fee de Sawta Anna, under the circumstances
of an affidavit of L. Mmiton Montoomehv, Esq., of
Broadway, in this city, charging the Mexican
hero with violation of aproemont, ?Vc, and setting
forth damages at $50,000. After due deliberation
the Jauge granted an order for tho arrest, and
placed the bail in the Bum of $75,000. In duo time
the Deputy Sheriff proceeded to execute the order
of arrest, but for somo reasons the ex-Dictator of
Mexico had departod for moro congenial parts."
In a correspondence which has just taken place
between a Nashville lawyer and the Socrotary of
State in reference to the rights of naturalized citi
aouH of tho United States in foreign countries,
Mr. Sewaud sa* a that the subject of tho right of
naturalized citizens of tho United StatOB to ex
emption from military proscription in the coun
tries of their birch, Is the subject of correspon
dence. Until somo agreement upon principles on
the subject has boen arrived at, the only thing
the United States Government can do in tho way
Of interposition, is to direct ita diplomatio agenta
to exert their good offices in Buch cases, when
they occur. France is the exception to this con?
dition of things, and it is only nooessary for a
Frenchman wh?i hae boen folly naturalized in the
United Btatea on his retara to Franco, to report
at ?tico to tho prol?i-t o? tho ?n-triot in wbieb bin
naiuo is enrolled, producing his cvidcnco o?
nationality, and ask to havo bio namo erased from
the conscription Hat, when, according to tho law?
of Franco, bo is oxcmpt from military service.
sar AU comu.umoaiions imenUea for publication it?
fnfs./ournaZ mus? be ad<freased lo the Editor oj
the Daily News, No. l8 Mayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Eusines? Oomtnunicaiiont to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communtoa
Advertisements outside of the city mutt be accompa
nied with the cash.
WEPNE8DAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1866.
"A WORD OF ADVICE."
Thora is nothing people aro so liberal in
bCBtowing as advice ; it is on? of tho fow
commodities in which the usual quid pro quo
is magnanimously dispensed with. On the
othor hand, thore ie alt-o nothing rated so
cheaply, valued so littlo, as tbiB same adviae ;
and espcoially is this the cneo wben it iston
dorod utiauked, and by parties not entitled to
tbo position of counsel lore. Rut if tho un
f irtunnto objoot of tho homily woro diepoeod
to let even all this pass, and give tbo preacher
a patient and roppnetful hearing, the "old
Adam" would inevitably be aroused, upon
his Hoeing the adviser assume a conscious air
of superiority, patting the advipoe on the
head, and with a patronizing tone of eolf
rightoouBnees cast up all his peccadilloes,
ronl or imputed- and perfectly intolerable
becomes the mockery, when the derelict in
dividual finds his Mentor notually ignorant of
the subject on which he presumes to lectare.
We are led to theso reflections by a very
prolix ..loader" in the Washington "National
Republican" of AugoBt 4, beaded '?A word of
ndvico to the people of the South rospeoting
the two Philadelphia Conventions." Know
ing the Republican to be a conservative paper,
we read the nrtiolo with an honest purpose
to "mark and inwardly digest" the whole
some counsel we there expeoted to find. But,
sad to say, we were grievously disappointed.
Tho writer opens his sermon with Judge Un
derwood, not a very felicitous exordium. Ile
"Judge John C. Underwood, of Virginia, and
twonty-six others, residents of the 8tat?-s now un
represented iu Congress, having eruburked in an
effort to divide tho booth if not to defeat alto
gether the friends of the Administration, to afford
t lui Hunt horn people an opportunity for a heariog,
of which they have hitherto been deprived by
Congress, it seems to us proper to tender a word
of advice upon the subject."
If the "advice" ia specially intended for
Messrs. Underwood & Co., the Republican
might have saved its ink, for nothing uttered
by any conservative organ stands even a
shadow of a chance of icing read by that
model judge or any of his notable confrater
A sentence, a little further on, however,
shows us the mistake into which the writer
has fullenv and which accounts for the singa
lar inappropriatoness of the whole article.
Ile says :
.'Defeated in your pff?>r'a to break up tho re
public, and loft, according to the ropresentatiouu
of your leading men, more terrioly punished for
your presumption th*n any peo ile in modern
times, it naturally enough follow'?-d that you sub
mitted to tin? Naiiomil Power with more or Kss
appri-hcnaion for the future."
Now we know very well that such im
maculate "original loyalist!*" as Underwood,
Hamilton & Co. would not feel compliment
ed at being addressed in such a strain. They
very properly would retort that they never
made any "efforts to break up the republic"
Even those of the signers to the call ot the
Southern Loyalists' Convention, whoso record
has not always been anti-Confederate, are
now so thoroughly repentant of the error of
their ways, that they have altogether for
gotten they ever had such disreputablo con
Yet the writer in the Republican makes the
singular mistake of considering these rene
gades and Radical tools as the accredited rep
resentatives of the South. Utterly oblivious,
too, of the fact that every one of theno men
belongs, soul and body, to the Radicals, and
are merely acting at their bidding, the writer
launches columns of "advice" at their deaf
ears. We Bhonld, of course, have no objec
tion whatever at his preaobing to Under
wood, Hamilton, Wardwell and others
(einoe these miserable sinners doubtless stand
in great need of good preaching), but we pro
test against these men being in any, even the
most restricted sense, considered the repre
sentatives of the South or her people.
To be scolded, reprehended, and even
threatened with serious punishment,-all for
what we cannot help, is hard,-and we feel
it due to ourselves, and the Southern people
generally, to enter this protest.
We have, in those oolumns, again and
again urged the aooeptanco of the President's
terms of reconstruction ; and we know of not
a single ex-Confederate in the South who is
not ready fully to co-operate with President
Johnson and his friends. We bave ndvo.
oated the Philadelphia August Union Con
vention from the very commencement, lind
were ploased to li d our sentiments favorably
responded to from every quarter of the South.
Every one of the StateB of the late Oonfede
raoy will be fully represented in Philadel
phia on Wednesday next.
Tho signers of the call to the Loyalists
Convention are faotionieb--men without po
sition or influence, representing no one ; in
the pay of the Radicale of the North, to get
np another revolution. Their efforts unfor
tunately have met with signal success in
TVnnosseo, Now Orleans, Kiu_rm?ud and utlior
places. Their path ia marked with blond.
A wnr of races seems to bo their object. We
want no Buota representatives, and wo desire
tbo world to know that they aro nono of uh.
FIIlST-IiA TE SENSE.
"VVo bavo lookod throughout our Southorn
and Northern exchange, to find tho general
tempor of the publio spirit at this critical
junoture in tho afluir, of the nation, and
cannot but expresa our lively admiratiou in
the marked contrast in spirit ovincod. While
the Northern Radical journals are manufac
turing tolegramB and Bpeoial lettors from
imaginary correspondent., filled with false
statements with reforonoe to the recent
outbreak in New Orleans, the leading South
orn papora are counselling oalmnesB, o~be
dienootolaw, and warning the id.ii.hho s against
the arte and machinations of demagogues and
designing men. In a late number of the New
Orleans Picayune wo find the following,
which is worthy of attention :
"There- can bo no doubt in tho minds of all ob
eorviug and honest porsons, that tho tempor, tho
desiro and disposition of all classes of our puopln
aro for peace, quiot and ordor, and that thuro ia
not tho slightest occasion or excuso for any dis
turbance of this condition of the popular mind.
Artor the terrible scenes of commotion, war and
trouble through which the country has passed,
thoro was never ao groat a n.ocBBity, and ao
oarnest a longing in the popular hcurt for a re
sumption of tho nid rolati?>ns and ways of peace
ful industry, social quiot and friendly feeling,
which ODCo made this so happy and flourishing a
country. Left to themselves, all clasBeB of our
society would pursue t ?eir proper courin e, and
maintain relations of a peaceiul and friendly cha
ractor. Why, thou, aro thoy continually dis
turbed, agitated and embroiled ? Why are trado,
poacohil induftry, social confidence, interrupted
and imperilled by tho alarms, apprehensions and
exeitemuntB, which havo their origin in the d?ma
gogie- plots of a Bet of drones who, unwilling to
ougago in any useful employment, devote them
selves entirely to the unholy and despicable busi
ness of political agitation and pur tizan strife? It
appears to us that our people, of all classes,
belie their own claims to independence of charac
ter, freedom, of opinion, and hostility to 'every
form of tyranny over tho mind of man,' winn
they permit themselves to be affected, innuonced
and controlled by a gang of adventurers, whose
only hopo of notoriety and profit is from tho revo
lution and convulsion of society, and tbo over
throw ot existing order and institutions? Why
honst of the heroism of our ancestors, in tramp
ling upon the sooptre of George III., when we are
ready to yield to the silly and violent harangues
of every conniving and audacious d?'magoguo who
may 'split our cara' with bia valorous vaporing,
and his incendi ,ry appeals to the lower passions
and prejudices of our nature ? Is not tho tyranny
of the so-called faction or party-leaders -dema
gogues of the very lowest character which now
prevails ia this country-one of the most repul
sivo forms of despotism to which an enlightened
people oao be subjected ? A melancholy sight it
is to seo the most intelligent, spirited and nigb
minded people in the world controlled by a class
of men, for whom they have no personal respect;
whom they would not trust in any of the affaira of
life, who are socially tabooed for their vices or
their worthleeenese, and yet iu politics are per
mitted to exert no small power over the public
sentiment?, and tho order and peace of society,
and the integrity and Justice of the Government?
When are wo to be rid of this baneful thraldom, of
this dohaeing subjection, and the hone.-t people
restored to their free and unbiased direction of
their own alTuir?, opinions and feelings ?"
WASTED, A. MlDDhK-AGKU WHITE
WOMAN to do the general House Work of a
small family. Apply at Ko. C9 CUUUOH-31 RE ET.
August 8 1*
WANTED TO IllllK. A GOOD COOK,
Wash*- and Ironer. Appl? to the N. E. COBNER
OF MP EUS? AND 8001ET- hTIti ETB.
WA'l'NED.-SO CARPK,?iT-B8 WANTKD
on the work at Hampton, on 8??_th Carolina Rail
road. For particular. Inquire at Messrs JA K8 M.
EAtaON " UKO.'8 FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORK?.
AUKUst 6 8?
WANTKD T<? Ililli-. A WHIT? ? 11(1.
to attend on a lady and do chamoer work aud
?ewing. None need ep"ly unless well recommended.
Apply at No. 8 LIB-RTY-STBEET. 0 August 4
WA5ITKI). A I'lIMHLK COOK-ONK
who can come well recommended and under
stands her husl-cs?. Apply at HA-EL-STBE-T, third
door below Anaon-street. Jnly 27
WANTED, B V A YOUNO 1/.VIIV, \ SI UM
TIi in as TEACHER, either in the city or coun
try. For further particulars, Inquire at this office.
July 20 -, _
WANTED, BV A YOUNO M ?N, A SITUA
TION in some Wholesale or Retail Dry Gooda or
Grocery house; has nome knowledge of tho Dry Good?,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Bnaln.ss, hav
ing been in that buslneaa on his own account. He will
study the Interest of hla emplover, and Is wlillnir to
make himself generally aseful Salary no objeo t. Best
of references famished. Address "F." through the
Post?nico, or apply at this office, .une 11
AGENTS WANTED COB
THE LIFE AND 0 ?MPA-GNS OF
GENERAL (STONEWALL) JACKSON,
By Prof B. L. Dasn-T. D _>., of Va.
The Standard Biography of tho Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorized by bia widow. The author a
personal friend and Chief ol HU- of the Christian Sol
dier. We want an Agent in every county. Bend for
circulara and soo our t< rrrm.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
Corner Tth and Main streets,
August 7 Uno* Biohmond. Virginia.
_TO RENT, ?to._
TO RENT, A 1.AIIGK ARD PLEASANTLY
situated BOOM, with a piuca atUchod. The room
la suitable fir an olflce or aleeping apart . ent. Apply
at this office._2*_August s
TO IlKINT.- T H li KI. SPLENDID IIOOMM,
with Kitchen and use of Tard, No. m Eli g-street,
between Hudson and John afreet, east side. Inqnire as
aboye. 1* August 8
DKKIItADL.? -WilOI.a-8--.l- STORK TO
RENT.-The UPPER 8TOBIE8 of tho i ewly
ereoted building No. 41 HA-NE-BTRBRT. tw? doors
eaat of Meeting-street, being one o' the most deslrab e
.usines, locations In tho city. Possession given 1st
September. For particular?, apply to
JOHNSTON. ORE ?va k CO..
No. 74 Harket street, In rear of above premises.
TO KENT, FAUT OK A FINE KKSI
DENCE, conelatln. of five rooms, with ptntry and
kitchen, fine plaez% and narden; location central and
pleasant. Rett-reuce givon and required. Apply at No.
119 ME- TI.NQ.-THKET._August 4
TO UK VT, THAT MO.r Oh SIltAULK
RESIDENCE on Rutledge Avenue, opposite Dough
ty st e." Apply to PINOKNEY B-tOR..
July 20_fmw_North Atlantis Wharf.
TO RKNT.-T I4T PhuAKANT AND OK
SIUA-LE RESIDENCE, No. 23 llU'ledgo Ave mo.
rroenily painted, ontainlug alx square and three garret
rooms, oantr; Ao Lot large, with t.tt n-ivo servant
and stable aofooimodatlous.
Apply at No. 10 OOMIN-.PTREET.
August 8 f_?s?
BOA li DI NO-TWO Oil Til .IKE OKNTLK
-IKN, or a Lady and -?nteman, can beaooom
modated with HOARD, by applying at No. 12 WENT
WOhTH HTKfcET. ihree ?loora betow Anaon Julr 24
K. ni. WHIT1NO, -
OOKOSEu A-D M?tOl-lTRATE,
HAS BEU?VKD Bia OFFICE TO NO. 84 OHAL
MER8-8T11EET. North aide, next door to Mr
McIH IIB' lilac-smith Shop, aad two doors east of Meet
ing-tree.. May 80
OOP AKIN EKMHlP?.
I'VltlVl.llMlll' MM-II i?;.
THE FIRM OF FRMKMAN A: l'UNI-T, anil FREE
MAN, PONDT k CO., li diasulvtid bv min uni cou
?cut. 'I hoir afViln? ?til >n? liquidated by VIUU1MUS
FuEEMAN and JOHN PONDI.
iJ'Ki MAN At PUNDI*,
till EMAN, PUNDT k CO.
XT AVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES AH
_?_!_ partners In building Engines. Bolton, ?actings.
House Fr?ms, uti., ?t tbo Pnlmutio I o Work?, cor'
nor of Concord and Hanoi street*, at L< ?-li word k Jolin
hou'b old stand. VTItOINIUH FREEMAN,
J U'l M. PUhDT,
EDWARD A. DODD.
DISSIM lint?. III?* <-?'?i* \HT V ??.IISUII?.
THE ^PARTNERSHIP HEHfc.T??FORE EXISTING
under tbo Orna of AITKINS, NOY fl.v JOH 8TON.
was dlaaulved on tbo let ol July la-at bv mntual consont.
OBA8. W NOYE8,
Ango at S 90
STAT? OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CERTIFICATE OF LIMIT"""!"? PARTNERSHIP BE
TWEEN ?.IIAHLKH W. NOY"""."", OF ('II-.RLESTON.
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, OF THE TOWN OF NEW
WINDSOR. ORANG- COUNTY. STATE t?F NEW
YORK. WILLIAM O? AH AM. OF I UK CITY. COUN
TY AND STATE OF NEW YORK. AND JAMES AIT
KIN, OF THE CITY OF WEHT HOBOKEN, IN nUD
hON COUNTY SrVTISOF NEW JERSEY.
Till? Cfrli?cnto hnroby wltnoriBO'b that tbo under
signed bave, by vlrttio of nu Act o. tim General Assom
blv of South Carolina, ?nUtled "An Act to authorize
tbo formation of Liniitorl Partnerships," formed a
Limited .-?rtncrBlilp, as follows
First.-Tho name nr firm undor which said Partner -
nhill shall be conti ?ctt'tl is NOYES k VaIL.
Secondly.-Tbogonor?! nit ti re of tbo business lo bo
transacted la tbe Wholesale and Jooblug Dry Goods
Thirdly - CHARLES W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W.
V/?lLare General Partuers, and WI' LIA? GRAHAM
and ja M Ko AITKIN am tho Sptolal Partners.
Fourthly-Tue amount ol capital wblcb each Bpectal
Partner baa contri ?uteri to tim Cnuitnou Htock of said
Partnership 1b as followB: William Graham twelvo
thousand flvo bundrpd dellars In cosb, and James Ait
kin twelvo 'hon?aud Ovo hundred dollars io cub.
Fifthly.-Th? said Partnership commonccs on tbo
? ocond day of July, lrit.? (ulgliteen hundred and Blxty
slx), and shall terminate on tbe flri-t day of July, 1867
(eighteen ti\indrert and sixty-seven).
CHARLES W NOYES,
NATHANIEL W. VaIL.
WE HAVE THIS DAY r,B300I*.TED WITH US,
in the FACTORAGE AND GENEKAL COMMIS
SION BUSINESS, Mr. E MIKELL CARROLL.
Our busbies? in future will be conducted under the
stylo of LOWNDE8, M1KELL k CO.
LO-ANDE8 Ac MIKKLL.
August 1st, 1866. wfmlmo August 1
I HAVE THT8 DAY A8800I VTED WITH ME IN THE
manager-out of the Chirlcaton Hotel, Mr. GEORGE
G MIXER, long ana favorably ltnowii to ihe travelling
punna Ibe Hotel will hereafter be condttoted under
the name and style of WHIiE k MIXER
Charleston, August 1._Augusta
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISUNG
under tbo name, stylo and finn ?f JOHN 8.
RIGGS A CO., le this day dissolved by mutual consent
JOHN 8. RIGGS.
August 1_J. RAVENEL MACBETH.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership for carrying on the REAL I STATE,
RTOOK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, under tbo name and stylo of MACDUI U _
RAVEN-L. .7 RAVENEL MACBETH.
August 1, I860. DANIEL -.AVENEL, Jn.
??IACBETII At RAVENEL,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS, AU0TT0NEER8
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OFFICE-?TATE BANK COIlN_n IIIIOA1) ANO EAST DAT,
Will attend to the purchase and sale of BEAL ES
TATE, STOCKS, BON D8, and al) negotiaule paper,
strictly on comralul >n; & so, all articles of merchandise
wbloh may ho entrusted to our care.
J. RAVEN?L MAOBEl'H.DANIEL RAVENEL, Ja.
JAMEH ADGBR-On. IO T LOWNDES k CO.
ADAMS, FROST k CO. |RaVENEL k CO.
Col D L. MCKAY.
President Peoples' National Bank.
THE UNDBR8IONED HAVING THl* DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tho atty'e ?f SHEPHERD,
DOO k COHEN, for manufacturing ii**WARE of all
descriptions Tboy will also dea!I n Stoves, Grates and
House Furnishing Goods, at No. 423 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANCIS li DUO.
July 1st, 1866. MoDUFF COHEN.
July 17 Ino*
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIRTTNO
under the name and stylo of AUSTIN k ALBEE
ban this day dissolved, according to attlclna of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
OHARLEd H. ALBEE.
THE! UMlKilSlii " KI)
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUSINESS, Mr GEORGE W. WAR
HtN. The business will he-cutter be conducted in the
name of ALBEE k WARREN, No. 41 MARKET
bTREBT. CHARLES H. ALBEE.
THE REV. DR. AI VERS
HAS MUCH PLBA8URE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE
Inhabitant- of Charleston at d Ita ?icin 1 ty, that, at
the solicitation of many friends, bo has ? otu-'udod to
oien a first-class EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT
In this city, at w lob young gentlemen may be thor
oughly Drepared for either a C? Ile. o or Business career.
Tbe course of instruction to be imparted in tbe Insti
tution will embrace the English Language in all Ita
branches, sa well as French, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and
a perfect knowledge of Book-keeping and Ac ounts to
those pupils who may require instruction therein Spe
cial attention will be given to the future avocation in
whb-b eaob student Is 1 hely to engage, whereby s suita
ble education may be punned within tbe limits of the
1 he connia rabie experience of tbe Principal, whose
personal attention ?1U be devoted to the interests of
tho?e attcndln.' tbe Institntion, leads bim to feel san
guinn thit the entire arrangements of tbe Academy will
affO' d the nttLost satisfaction t> the parents and guar
dians of snob young gentlemen as may be placed under
Beferenoe may be made to any of the andermentloned
well known g ntl ?-mon :
O. H. MOI8E, Kia.
THEO. D. WnGNER. Esq.
B. I?. LAZaRUB, En]
JAMES MAObhTH, Esq.
T. L. OGIER. M. D.
H. H. DE-EON, E-q.
CHAS T. LOWNDES. Esq.
FDWARD LYN AH. Esq.
Terms for th? scholastic year, emcraolug ten months,
and oommencli g on ?lie 3- October, 1PG8, will be mado
known tbrongb a future advertisement.
Farther particulars may be obtained of the Rev. Dr.
M?ER8, at the Elliott House; or, daring bis temporary
absence from the city, on application to O. H. MOHE,
Ka 13._wlm_August 1
HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
HAMILTON TERRACE, BALTIMORE, MD.
Mb, and Maa WIL8"N M CARY, I -,r,nntnAtm
M?s OtN JOHN PEURAM. J **r"nc'P8,B
THE FALL MKSaioN BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEM
BER 17, 1866.
Hinco its etta' llBbment in 1811 this bas been well
known to the publlo ?s essentially
A SOUl'HEUN HOME SCHOOL.
Tbe principal? st'll dopend for patronage upon tholr
For circulars or other informa Inn address
WILSON M CARY,
July 35 w8? Box ?05. Baltimore, Md.
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
T OST, ON le MT SaTUlliDA V NIGHT, A
JL_ DIAMOND BREASTPIN, on Warren, between
Ring and Coming streets. Th9 finder will be snuah'y
rewarded by leaving It at tbe Drugstore corner King
and John streets._8*_August 7
LOST, OS f RIDA Y LAST, A P"IR OF
G?)LD SPECTACLES (-Hdlng temples), octave
frame, lnolosed in dark Morocco case. The finder will
be rewarded it required. Inquire at this office.
August 7 _
LTFTV DOLLARS RKWAIID.-1.?KT,
P YE->TEtDAV, between Kin* and Wentworth als., a
HEAVY GOLD WATCH ?HD ?OLD LINK CHAIN, M.
?1. Tobias, Liverpool, maker. The above reward will bo
paid, and no qurstlons aaiod, for . oturn of same, at No.
61 Won worth, or No. MT King-street D. JAOOB8.
Watchmakers will Uks notloo If offersd for sala.
POUT IM? . AL itllhilOlD
rpUIC ANNO L UKETI O O?" Tlli: KTOOKHOLD
__ KUH OF TU HOBT ROYAL UAILBOiD COM
PANY will bo bHd In Aii.'iis'ii Ifforgl? mi tho rennel
Wctlmsiiay in Awjust, lu in? 'lui elt-htli ilay ol tho
month. Pat-to- -r?- rovjii- st???! ti? h-v-i tU> Ir ?-Hock repro
sented ?ltlier In pernon or l>\ proxy.
Tho Directors are reiiuesii'd to moot ni the Pinner's
Hotel, in Augusta, at 10 o-luck, A. M , on Tuesday, tho
seventh day of tho h uno mouth.
August 1 wfm?vl It. J. PAVANT. President.
FOIL SALIC, ST. ANDUKWN HALL LOT,
in Broad street near Friend, with tbo Bnlldinge
Apply to DOUGT.AH NI8BKT,
At the Ofllco ol Hcriven k Nisbet.
No. 10? East Day, next south of Oourior Office.
HOUSI- AND Wir f'Oll -ALI. IN TUR
town or Aiken, H. O. ; Lot fronting 100 foot
on Newberry Ftreet, and running back 200 root, adjoin
ing lot of Ilenvy Wo-rol?, -*ij on tho premises aro a
t-vo-story tramo Quiiae, coutainiiig sovon rooms,
doublo Piazza In fron-, kitchen, ntab'o, and all nooos
sary onttmlldiuKS, now and In k??j.I order; a fine well
of water 100 foot deep, lar-o garden, with grape vinos,
poach and plum trues, Ac, ka
For particulars, ternm, ata, Inquino of
WIL.I I?M_ It '"OVERT. ? _ irloston, 8. C ,
Or by mail, to JAS. PEHROIS, Aikon, 8. C.
4 LL S0LDIEH8 Now IN. OR WHO HAVE REEN
__ dine? arK<!il f-?>in, the Uni'.?! 8t;it?-n Army, aro en
titled to ONE HUNDRED DOLLA ici EXTRA BOUNTY.
.Send jroQi names, or call iu pcr??>u, ni thl* ofllce, and
UNITED STATES C1 AIM OFFICE,
T. HURI EY. Agent,
No. 160 Meoti'E-strcet, CbarlostoD, 8. C.
August 7 lmo
SILVER SILVER. t?lLVER.
DOLLARS. HALV-H, QUARTERS. TEN AND FIVE
CEN . PIECES, for which tuo hlghist prlco will be
A. M MORELAND.
BROKER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
August 3 Imw.'l Ni?. r> Broad street (Dp Stairs).
BANK BiLLS ! BANE BILLS!
ha ?K niLi.s i
ANK BILLS OP ALL SOU 1'HEltN BANK8 BOUGHT
at high i at price by am. MohEbAND,
Bi^lii-r and (teal Estate A'/e^t,
A-trust 3 fmw3 No. G Hr?-d filr.-pt (Up Stairs).
1 f\ SHARES HOME LOAN AND BUILDING AS- -
LKJ 800IA-ION SI'OtK.
Apply at this ofllca. Jnlv 13
FOB A SMALL AMOUNT INVE8TED, LARGE
PROFITS can be gained. The ui.dorsigned hav
ing secured his Patent Rights, and not having capital
enough to manufacture Urgoly, offer? AN HALF IN
TEREST to any person doslrin? profitable investment.
These Implement- are Intended to meet tho wanta of
Planters and Farmers throughout tbe wbolo country;
their economy Is each that all agriculturists will nee
them, thereby saving tlfty percent, of labor.
Leave ?our address at this ofllco, or apply to
W. O. GIBSON,
No. 31 Wolfe street, Charleston, S. C.
. NY ONE HAVING A QUANTITY OF HKAVY 31
?_ INOH ENGLISH '?DOD-?, White or Gray,will find
a purchaser, if the Goods aro cheap, by addressing the
Subscribers, -ithvaraples and orien Tho White Goods
are napped Use a blanket, and snmo ohoaper Goode
without .nap are called "Welsh Plaiis." The Gray
G?ods are different in mixtures, stylo and quality. BOX
No. 2419, Boston P. O., Mass 4_August 7
JOHN S. BIGGS,
Real Estate, Stack Broker, Auctioneer
Northwfst Cor of Broad and East Bay..
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
BISKS TAKEN UPON THE MOST LIBERAL
OFFICE-STATE BANE, SOUTOWES- CORNER OF
BUOAD STREET AND EAST DAY.
J. RAVENEL MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jit. .
A. M. MORELAND.
BROM It AND REAL ESTATE ACU-KT,.
No. 5 BROAD STIIKKT (Up Stairs).
WILL BUY AND SELL ON OOMMI88ION PLANTA
TIONS, City property, mid IU-al Estate of all
kinds. Also, Bonds, Stocks, _c. Gold, BilvPa-, and Bank
Bills bought and ..old. fmwS August 3
WILLIAM M. LAWTON, JH"
ATTORNEY- _f_-T __i.A."W
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
No. 23 BROAD STREET (UP 8TAIRS).
C. N AVER?LL k SON,
Forwarding anil Commission Merctots,
HAVE REMOVED FROM No. 20 HAYNE-STBEBT1
TO NO. 2 ATLANTIC WHARF.
A large supply of HAT AND CORN for sala low.
TO ?..-IPPBK* OF fOTTON, RICE?.
LUMBER AND S AVAL. HTU11KS.
J. ?. ENSLOW & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
2?TO_ 1S__> BA-T BAT,
(' li a r 1 c n I ii n , S. C.
ABE PBEPAIIED TO MASK UU-KAL- ADVANCE-'
on shipmenis of COTTON, Itl.B, LUMBER,
RO.IN and TURPENT NK to LlVliltP.lOL, NEW
YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE,
H ?VANA. CARDIN AH AND IlAltUAl.OKS.
They will al*, make liberal advances to PLANTEB8
on CoiiBlgnmen's i-f their Cr? ps, to tho dinpnsal of which
they will give their prompt, personal attention.
l?LMETKI IRON WORKS,
Comer of Concord ana Hascl Streets?
LOCKWOOD & JOHNSON'S OLD STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREPARED TO BUILD ENGINES, BOILERS AND
Machinery of n vi ry kin A I _s'in?s in Iron and
Brsaa executed with fsolllty and dispatch. Honae
Fronts of Out Iron, and Ratll-ga for all purpose?, built
and aot UD to order.
___ -.v up a. __". VIBGtNIUS FREEMAN,
JOHN M. PUNDT,
' August 0 EDWARD A. DODD.
BOILERS FOB SALE.
rpWOTHIB-? INCH O?L1NDBK B0I-ER8, TWBK
X T?-FIVE loDg, ?ery hlUe used. Will be sold low,.
If applied for ___-diatel?, at
P* WILLIAM* ?, iI*NKltEY'H,
July 9 mwf NO. .14 Meet_ag-strcu.