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O. R. CATHCART. Editor.
CATHCART, MoMILLAJ- & MORTON,
No, IB HAYNE-STBEET.
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TO NEWS DEALERS.IccnU
LARGEST _1R<-U1_AT_01N Iii THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
nar _?_::r_ list of _____r_n:_.s re
xxxalraixiR ir> time Pontotrioe at tine ei-tl
o? euoh wooli is purtliBheel oin emily
io. Till- 0_VI1_Y NICWS everyFri
IN ew.s t-Siimixiary..
One hundred and sixty-four packages of to
baoco wero soizod on Friday last by the revenue
officor in New York i>r non-payment of revenue
Three Freuch ships, the Bayard, tho Fontenoy,
and the Napoleon, have been di-patchod Irom
Cherbourg to Mexico, to bring home tho Fronch
troops in that country.
Two young men, J auks A. Poster aud James
Manne., belonging to families in high social posi
tion at Nashville, wero drowned in tho Cumber
land Rivor on Wednofday.
There is a report in St. Louis that S. S. Head
l_e, FrosidiDg Kldnr of tho Methodist Church in
the Springfield (Missouri) District, was killed last
Sunday by a party of Radicals, because ho insisted
on preaching without taking tho oath.
Crnus W Field has chartered a stoamcr to run
between Newfoundland and C-pu Bruton, with
messages for tho Atlantic Telegraph, until the
line acrosB the Guir can be repaired, which will be
dono this week. [This ia the JDaunilese, to which
our dispatches refer.]
The Jackson (Miss.) Standard Bays that John
Hendebso-, Jr., one of tho Radical ring-leaders
who incited the recent mob in Now Orleans, and
who was killed, was a son of a formor United
Btatee Senator from Mississippi, and was for some
time a maniac of tho State Lunatic Asylum at
Jackson. He ought to have remained in that in
stitution, and the remnants of the Convention of
'64 are crazy enough to deserve the samo treat
The city of Boston owes, according to the au
ditor's report, just pnblialiod, $12,180,250.70. To
meet this she has a sinking fund, and bonds and
mortgages to the amount of over $1,000,000, and
real estate valued at $13,518,400. Tho area of tho
Common and the malls is 48J ucres, exclusive of
tho cemetery, which contains ono and a quarter
acres. Tho pnblio gardon contains 24J acron. The
cost of tho now City Hall was $505,191. Quincy
Market covers 27,012 feet of land.
The Lebanon, Tonn., Herald, of Saturday, has
the following : "During a recent visit to the low
er end ol' tho county, we made particular inquiry
as to the ?tato of the growing crops, and found it
to be the universal opiuion that corn, cotton, o_?l
fruit promised a hotter yield tha? wo have had
for many yoara. Wo havo heard it estimated that
the cotton crop of this county will be worth from
a quarter to half a million do,lara, and some few
place it as high as ono million. Our farmers aro
all in high spirit??.
Tub Columbia Soutli Carolinian of yesterday
learns "that, upon tho warrant of Thomas P.
Walkeu, Eeq., Coroner, Messrs. Wesley D. Star
linq and W. Scott Po?r. have been arrested by
the Sheriff for tho killing of the freedmnn John
Counts, ailas Dawkins, near this city, last week.
The parties ' mado application yesterday after
noon, by their counsel, 8am?el W. Melton and
A. G. Babhin, Esq , before Chancellor CAitnoLL,
and were admitted to bail in the sum of ten thou
sand dollars each.
The New Orleans Crescent of Friday says, that
at a conference with Mayor Monroe, Lieutenant
Governor Voobbees and Attorney-General Heb
bon, General Baird stated that ho was now will
ing to permit tho Sheriff to oboy the mandates of
the Court, i. .., allow the members of the Con
vention to be arrested upon tho presentment of
tho Grand Jury. On the subject of declaring
martial law, it is understood that Gon. Baird has
telegraphed to the Secretary of War that, by re
Borting to that meaenro, he had saved a thousand
The samo number of the Crescent also has the
following item : ** At half-past seven last ovoning
a discharged United States soldier informed oifi
cer Lepaoe, of the Third District police, that there
was a gathering of about two hundred armed
negroes assembled some two milos below the bar
racks. Lieut. Jacobs, in command of the police
in the Third District, reported to tho chief that he
had sent a patrol down to ascertain if the state
ment waa trno. At 11 o'clock last night nothing
additional had baen hoard from Lieut. Jac.bs in
rotation to the matter."
The New Orleans correapoudontof tho Memphie
Avalanche, writing on fho 30th, says of tho lato
riot: ,s The citizens and tho military havo taken
no part. It has boon confined to tho Convonlion
mob and the police Tim four men who rovivod the
Convention, and havo been instrumental in all
this trouble, wero Jncl^-o Howell, Ex-Govornor
H ihn, Dr. Dobtie, and R. Kino Broun. Oi
these, Dostib was kill? d, Hahn was severely cut
in tho back, but not mortally, and Howell and
Cotter took refugo in chimnevH, and carno out
after the fi^ht, as sooty as any of their naturally
black companions in crime."
Alexander Williams Randall, Mr. Johnson's
new FostmaBter-Oopcral, waaborn in Montgomory
County, Now York, in tho yoar 1819, and is thcro
f>ro only forty-sevon years old. no emigrated, in
early life, with his parents, to Wisconsin, studied
law, and in 1847 was a member of tho Territorial
Convention that framed a Constitution for the
State. Ho was electod Governor of Wisconsin in
1856, and hold that office when the war broke out.
Ho supported Mr. Lincoln's war policy very ener
getically, and on tho oxpiration of hi? term of
olBce, in 1801 or 1862, waa aent as Minister to
Romo. Ho soon rosigncd and returned to Ame
rica, and in 1863 waa appointed Firat Au-i-tant
P_atm_-ter-t).neral, an office wbioh he continued
tn hold nntll bia recent promotion to tim head of
the PoBtoffice Department.
.-.-* AU .vi...'.un-cc-11/fl* ireiemwr? foi piMMMaUityU i?.
?.?h? jo,.;!.?!, t/. h 'I be addressed io Hu Editor 0/
f/tf- /)n;.y ?Ye-c?-, Ab. l8 ftayne-strtr:, Charleston
S. C. Business Communication* to Publisher of
Wa t tv aVewfc
iii- i???.?!"' -ncj?r."?.*? to reftine rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the oily must be accompa
nied trilh the carh.
"C Ii ARL ESTON.
-a ? a
THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 18GG
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THE LOST CAU?E.
Wo bave boen furnished by tho agent, Mr.
Robert Wilson, with a oopy of Mr. Pol
lard's now history of tho Confederate causo
and war. Tho full title of tho book is as
follows: "The LoBt Cause; anew Southern
Histiry of tho War of the ConiodornteB,
oomprieing a full mid authentic account of
the riso and progress of tho lato Southern
Confederacy-tho Campaigns, Battles, Inci
dents, nnd AdvonturcH of tho most Gigantic
Strugglo of tho World'B History, Drawn
from official sources, and approved by tho
most distinguished leaders, by Edward A.
Pollard, of Virginia, editor of tho Rich
mond Examiner during tho war. With nu
merous splendid Steel Portraits. Now York :
E. B. Treat ft Co., Publishers." The bonk
niiikes a fine appcaranco, and contain? 752
pnges of royal octavo.
Tho first four ohaptors treat of tho politi
cal questions of tho country from the forma
tion of the American Conptitution to the dato
of tho Socession of South Carolina. Ile then
goes on to give the history of the secession of
the Boveral States, with tho leading com
ments of contemporary journals of influence ;
draws pictures also of the principal actors
in the movement. That theso aro not al
ways just or impartial, will surprise do one
who was in the habit of reading the Rich
mond Examiner dirtiog the war. That jour
nal, it is well known, in its palmiest dava
was nothing if not sensational ; but its invec
tive was specially direoted, almost from the
very first, against the person and character
of Mr. Davis. Nothing that he did could
please the Examiner; and yet it is upon the
war reputation of that journal Mr. Pollard
expects to sell his book, else he would nut
parade the fact of his connection with it
upon the title page.
Wo read Mr. P.'s books during the war ;
his "histories" and his pamphlets, even his
prison experience ; and we heard with regret
that ho was going to be our historiographer,
for we bad no hope that he oould debarraes
himself sufficiently of prejudice and party
spirit to fully comprehend the duties of the
high and sacred office of the historian, and
execute the task dispassionately, in the pure
interests of truth and justice. Not only were
wo afraid that Mr. E. A. Pollard was not
tboman to do this, but we were moreover
satisfied that this was not the time to attempt
such a work. It is very well juBt now to
colloot all available material, in the shape of
memoir-, renoliraiaccncoB, jouinn.lt?, anecdotes,
official documents, otc, pertaining to the four
years of the war ; even the files of the Ex
aminer may not prove without service/o some
future Confederate historien- but wo respect
fully suggest, that it is as yet too early even
to attempt a work of this- character. Too
many of the chief actors and participants in
those memorable'scenes are still in our midst,
to make it proper or oven possible to view
the history of the great struggle in an inde
pendent, unprejudiced, historian-like manner.
But should any one consider these objec
tions as captious, and not well taken, wo
have Btill a graver one in reserve. Wo are
still, the greater part of us, paroled prisoners.
Martial luw, in one form or another, still
throws her protecting shield around us ; and
we cannot, in all instances, say what we
would. We respectfully submit, therefore,
whether, under the^e circumstances, it is not
somowhat derogatory to the dignity of the
Southorn character to rush into print, and
parade our "inside" difficulties and quarrels
to the world at large, and reveal the private
jealousies and animosities of our unfortunate
family to the Sold and unsympathizing eyes
of our lau enemies.
Another objeotion to Mr. Pollard's book,
as it was to the Examiner, is his proclivity to
military ori tiefem. He speaks ex-cathedra on
what, it is well known, ?b not hw forte, how
ever he may insist on thinking otherwise.
Mr. P. ?b a man of poaco by profession, and
pursued the paths of peace all through the
war, believing, as ho doubtless did, that "the
pen is migbtior than the sword." However,
wo have found fault enough, and will now
address ourselves to tho moro pleasing task
of pointing out the excellencies of the work,
which are not few.
Mr. P. ?b a fluent writer, his style ploasing
never commonplace, often trenchaot, and 00
casionally rising to tho very olimax of with
ering B-ircasm. He ?b bold and indopendont;
a perieot iconoclast whore he' comes in
contact with "Yankee saints." Nothing is
too sacred. Iii o profano scalpel dissects men
and motivos, wherever he finds them. In
tbis we have the quintessence at onoe of his
faults and bis excellence.
By way of oxample, wo will give hiB
picturo of Mr. Davib, ns found on page 91 :
"Mr. Davis was a mun tvhoBO dignity, wiiose po
litical scholarship, whoso clasuioal and lofty ex
prt-BBio-if-, v/hoBo littiriry stylo,- nne-icollcd, per
haps, in the power of (statement by any cotempo
rary modol, - whoso pure morals, wo?-poised
manners and di_tinguiahe_ air, wore likely to
adorn the high station to whioh- ho had been
raieed, and calculated to qualify him, in many
.trilling respects, as the representative of the
proud and cliiviilrmiu putiplu of tim South. Bul
theso acconipli?biiii?nt_ ooucoolod from the hunty
und supt-ili'-ial viuw delects of charactor, Which
?.v.r. most -.riot?, indi eil, almo.t vitul in thoir
coii?iqiienci'8, and which wera rapidly to bo __.
velojnd in the conreo of hi? administration of the
now govorniiient. His dignity was the mask of a
peculiar obstinacy, which, stimulated by an in
tellectual conceit, Bininu ii the counsels of equal
mindy, and n jected the h?1vivp. of the ioteUigont,
?vin!-) it was curiously not inconsii?teiit nilli a
completo subserviency to tho emull? ?t and mobt
unwor hy of favorites. Bia scholarship smelt of
the cloeot. Ho had no practical judgment -, his
intercourse with mon waa too diatant and con
strained fur studies of human nature ; and his es
timate of the valuo of particular men was
grutosquo and absurd. Tho ospeoial qualifica
tions of a groat leador, in the circumstances in
which Mr. Davis wa. placed, woul?! have boen
stron?.' and active common acuso, quick apprc
honsiou, knowlodgo of war, and a disposition to
consult tho aggregate wisdom of the people, and
to gathor tho etoio or judgment from every possi
blo source of practical advico within ita reach.
Mr. Davis had none of the?e plain qualities. He
had, instead of tbe.o, cert in elogant und brilliant
accomplishmentb, which dazzled the multitude,
confused tho world in its judgment a of bis merits,
and gavo him a singular reputation, in which ad
mirers and censors were strangely mingled : One
party, looking at a distance, extravagant in ita
praiso ; tho otbor, having a noaror view, unlimited
in its condemnation."
It would seem, from the followiug para.,
graph, und indeed from many others in this
book, that Mr. P. stood on a lof ti or height
than his cotemporaricB, and thus had a
oloarer view of things, both proseot and
futuro Others were laboring under a "re
markable" hallucination. Tho iuferonco is
that he wns not. Speaking of the "exaggera
ted and foolish confidence" which possessed
our people "upon the event of Manasaas,'' ho
sayB : "General Bdaureoard was airead ?/de
signated, in sumo quarters, as the next Con
federate Prosidont; and ttie popular nominee
of an honor six years hence, wrote a weak
and thoa tri cal letter to the newspapers, dated
'within hearing of the enemy's guns,; and de
claring : 'I am not either a candidato, nor do
I desire to be a candidate, for any civil office
in the gift of the people or Exeoutive. ' n
Mr. P. doubtless merits much praise for
the industry, onorgy and indefatiga ile zeal
he has displayed in collecting tho material.
for this history. Some of this, however, we
fear bus been misplaced. We cannot see, for
instance, why a letter like this, even if it
ever waa written, should have been unearthed.
We do not know that it is particularly
"foolish.'-' But if it is, all the more reason
for letting it rest in the obscurity to whioh it
has long since hoer? consigned. General
Beauregard fought well, and offered his life
in a hundred battles in a cause that Mr. P.
professes to hold dear. His character has
always stood, and to this day stands, unblom
ished,-why, then, this gratuitous fling at
him ? The book abounds in such sharp
corners, and, we doubt not, will provoke a
vast amount of controversy and ill-feeling all
over the country.
For the present we munt oonolude our ex
amination ; hut would recommend our readers
to procure the work and read it for them
solvoa, that they may be prepnrod to follow
us intelligently in any further remarks we
may havo occisi?n o make on it.
IF \ 41V WANT _-? RAVE MONEY, BUY
your BOOTS and SHOE9 at
August 9 30 No. 394 Ktog-strcot.
WA NT KO TO -lilli-, A WIIITK . IRL
to attend on a 1 dy and do chamoer work and
sowing. Nodo need apt.lv unless woll recommended.
Apply at No. 8 LIB-KTY-STRE_T. 6 AogUBt 4
WANTUD, A CAP.4B-.I- COOK-ONK
who ran come well rectimmended and under
stands her business. Apply at Ha-EL-STREET, third
door below Anson-alreet July 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LAOY, A 81 . UA
TInNaa TEAOUER, either In the city or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at this office.
AGENTS WANTED COR.
THE LIFE AND O ? M l'Ai ON 8 OF
GtNERAL (STONEWALL) JACKSON,
By Prof. R. I_ -?abney, D. !>., of Va.
Tho .S7_>;-ir_ Biography of th.- Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorized by his widow. The author a
personal frieud aud Chief ol "taff of the Christian Bol
dler. We wai-t an Ageut in every county. Bend ?or
circulars and see our urma.
Addreaa NATIONAL. PUBLISHING 00.,
Corner 7th and Main streets,
August 7 lmr.* rtlcii nionil. Virginia.
AT PRIVATE SALE. ACOMIMKrESKT
of Bedroom Fnral ture and Bedding. Apply at
THI8 OFFIOE_August 9
AtaANDSOMK SUITE OP ROSEWOOD
PARLOR FURNI1DRE, covered with silk broc?,
telle, gold and crims.n, will be Bold very low if applied
tor ai once. B. M. MA'<8iiA-L,
August 9_1*_Broad street.
OK SALE.-UNE No. 1 -V ODD WORTH
TWO 12 HORSEPOWER HORIZONTAL STEAM
Apply to J. O'BRIEN, at Quirtermaster's Store
house ?-?nit-OomiiH.ri'lal Wiiart.
August 9 3*
PMJ a H -LE, ST. ANDREWS HA? E LOT.
in Broad -treat near Friend, with tho Buildings
Apply to DOUGLAS NISBET,
At tho OIlSco ol ?erivon & Nisbet,
No. 109 East Bay, uext suuth of Courier Office.
OU.UT?IVO LOf r'OtC SALE 1- THK
town of Aiken. 8. O ; Lot fronting 160 tent
on Newbirry Mm t, and running back 200 font, -d.iolti
li g lot <>i IL-my Wo-noIi, _gq On toe pn>mlseB aro a
t ? o-fttory I rame House, containing soven room?,
double piazza in fron*, kitchen, stab'e, and all ueoes
sar? outbuildings, nsw and in good order; ah e well
uf water In0 feet deep, lar^e gai den, with grape vines,
potch and plum trees, te, _o.
For particulars, terms, _c, lDqnlre of
W1LHAM- ft 'OVEIIT. rhirleslon, B. O ,
Or by mail, to JA8. PERltOIS, Aiken, B. O.
TO RENT, tto.
TO LET_kLKOlNTI.. FURNISHKO
LODQIN??8. with BOAR" if desired, in that spien.
d'd mansion, ?THE RIPLEY HOUSE," ho. 9 O-OHQE
'pl> RENT, A LiAltOR A!?D "L-A.ANTLY
JL situated ROOM, with a pia.aa at- ched. The room
Is suitable fir an office or sleeping apart ?ent. Apply
at this office._0*_Angnsis
TO RENT, PART OK A PINE i.H.81
DKWOE, consisting of five rooms, with pantry and
kitchen, fine piazza and garden s loo-tlon central and
ol. BB-nt. Reference given and required. Apply at No.
110 MEKl-NO-aTH__,T. August 41
ACIOKHY Ol' UUH I.ADV Ol'* HI K It C1
SUM ' I It H ?.
UK aaXKRCIBK- OF THIS -DAD) MY WILL BE RE
SUM 1) ?'ii Monday, SM>pi. mlior 3
Till liin.itu?o. Mtiiu'nl ii, Hid li?.?ltliy l???-.ility el .Sum
U?r, ull? ni? a mo-t ?I.-ei'able irtr? :i?. uni every fii-ility to
yi i,j? l..il|PH wishtuir to ?ititi.In n thorough, ns.'iii) anti
Fur partli-nlftrr?, a ply to llioSnporloroi-Kof the Sister?
of Mero, Chant-slob ; or to the -uporlorcus of tlio Acs?!
euiy, 8iit_ter._ _ Annum ti
SCHOOL IN AIKK", S. C.
A LADY, WHO HAH HAD /? LONG l-XPI RIEN' E IN
teaching, propones in opi-ti, on tlic lui September,
a BOARDING SCHCOL in AU co, S, (J., tor a s? lict mid
limited number of girls
Tim higher liriiin-iK? ?, Including the T-atiRiiar?os and
Music ?1 1 bo taught by corny, |i nt Instructor
Tbo school tnrni will bo aivldcd Into two senBlons
of flvi? moiilliH r&oh.
Torma prr nentuon for I ngilsr, ?Trench, and Donril,
poy anio In inlvnm'.o $3? 0.
No extra oh argo exrept for Minde.
REFERENCES IN CHARLESTON,
WlL-IAM IRBB-a-. ER?f.,
W J. Hknnkit E>?1..
Rev. O. P. Gadsdf.n,
lion A. ('. Maoiiatii,
Hon. Geo. A Tbemholm,
Theo. I). W-oneii, Eb?i.
Dr. L C. Donoai?. IE J 0. Woo?, Eui..
Gol W. I>. Fin-ex. |E F. Rawokih, Keri.
And Gen. M. Ia. BotlUAM, 'Cdgotlelit.
Annum 9 Hil w3
Itf . . ZION INSTITUT-**, WlVIUOIlt)', s. c*.
THE rXKRriSEs OF THIS SCHOOL WILL. UK
resumed Monday, the IGtb of July.
THUMS l'KIl HEH8I0N :
Board with Tuitloi, in nil It?, huinches oxcopt Phi
losophy, Uh un i* try, and French. ii ;j
Tnition of day scholars in tho clasica' or high? r
English aud Mathoiiiatieal dcparinients. 30'
Tulllun lu other branches fr ?iu f li to. -<*
Course of ChniDlBtiy or Pbll-niophy. 15
Tho ?bovo rutes recUnncd in t o currency of tho coun
try Pa? mont rcqnlrcd half in advaucu-tho residuo st
tbo t-loR? of tim ai'Mflon.
Hindun lu required to furnish bed linen, covering, and
to*olB. G. A. WOODWAItlJ,
July 313_thatnl2 Principal.
URSULIN?-'. ACADEMY OF THE II?I**_ACI>
LATE OONOEPTION. "VALLE CR?CIS," NEAR
COLUMBIA, 8. C
THE LADIES OF THIS INSTITUTION HAVE
| so far recovered from the loss entailed on them
by the burnt di; of their "Convent aud Aca'euiy'
as to -o ablo tu reHnmo Ita Academic Exercises on the
First Monday !.? September.
Torna por SO H OL AST IC YEAR OF TEN MONTHS,
payable half yearly i<< advancu -.
I huid Ci.a>8- ultlon lu English, French, and Piano,
with Boa d, Lodging, Washing. 1'uol and Lights, $0? 0
Second Clabb-Tuition lu Englisb. French. Drawtns.
Piano. Guitar, and V ?cul Music with Board, ?te, $80?).
Fiiikt C-46B-Tuition !n English, F niicli, Latin.
Piano, Harp, Guitar, Vocal Music, Drawing, and Pastel
Painting, ?iib B-iard, fee.. $100i).
?tf- No Pu'jII 1b received under twelvo years of age,
and Mimo tbo mimi! reBldencc can accommoduto only a
llmito'i numtor .?f'i, thovo between the ages of fllte?:n
and twenti art? pref.-rr d.
jfrsr Applications f?.r ar mission may bo made to tho
MO I HER SUPERIOR, Columbi?, or to Rlfht Rev.
Hiphop LYNCH, Charlouton, H. C.
I HAVE THIS DAY A8SO0I \TED WITH ME IN THE
management of the Charleston Hotel, Mr. GEORGE
G MIX Kit, long aud favp<ahly known to the travoUlng
public The Hotel will "hereafter bo conducted under
the name and atylo of Willi E k MUX h It
Charleston, August 1. _August a
? DPAHTMiltSHIP "aOTICE.
THE UNDBRSIi'NED HAVING TH1-? DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tho aty'.o <-?' SHEPHERD,
DOO k COHEN, for niunufaoliirliig reMSWARE of all
deBcriptloDB. They will also dealt n ?loves. Grates and
Houso Furnishing doods, at .No. 422KliiK-Btroet, Charles
ton, 8. 0.
FRAN0I8 H DUO.
July lit, 1860. McDUFF COHEN.
July 17 lino*
CliPAKTIaE' SHIP NOTICE.
THE 0OPAKTNER1SHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho narnu and stylo of AUSTIN k ALUEE
has this day dissolved, according to m tides of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLES AUSTIN.
CHARLE? H. ALUEE.
THE I'NUKttSiy KI)
HA8 ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT. OIL
A*sD OLA8S BUi-?INE-*S, Mr GEORGE W. WAR
KhN. The bnRlnt-B will hocaftrr be conducted in tho
naroo of ALBEE ?V WARREN, No. Vi MARKE
-THEli I'. OHARLES H. ALtlEE.
COP ART Nu: US H11? NOTICE.
THE 0NDER3 GNED HAVK THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership fur carrving on trie REAL 1 STATE,
STOCK. BRmKERaGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
liUHlM-hS, uuuer tho name and Btylo of MACBET H k
RAVENtL. .1 HAV-NEL If ACUEIII.
Angnbt 1, 18G0. DANIEL .?AVENEL, Tn.
m It'BETH Ai RAVEiVELe,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS
GENERA L COMMISSION MERC II A NTS.
?1HCE-HATE BANK CUHNKIl IIIIOAI) AND EAST BAY,
Wlil attend io the purchase and salo of REAL ES
TATE, bToi'KS. BONDS, and all. negotiants papor.
-trictly on cummlssl >n; a so, all articles of merchandise
which may bo eutrosted to our care.
J. RAVENEL MA?BE t'H.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jn.
JAMES ADGER & On. IC. T LOWNDE8 k CO.
ADAMS, FROST & CO. |RaVENEL k CO.
Col. D L. McKaY.
President Peoples' National Bank.
Augnat 1_ _
THE SUBSOBIBERo HAVE Til- DAY FORMED A
Cnp-irtner.-ihlp under the name and style of HOOD
RICH, WINEMAN k CO., for tho purpose of carrying on
a WHOLESALE DRUG AND IMPORTING BUSINESS,
at No. 1(3 Meeting-street.
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH.
Charleston, Aagust Ist, 1866.
I HAVE THI8 DAY DISPOSED OF? MY ENTIRE
r-t-re?t In tho DRUG BUSINES8 formerly conduct
ed by me, to Messrs GO< >DRIOH WINEMAN k CO
Thanking my for mor patrons for their liberal patron
age, I take great pleasure In recommending my succes
sor?. J. A. MORGAN.
Charleston, August 1st, I860.
DISSOI UTION OP COPARTVU-R-rilP.?
THE COPARTNERSHIP HEllfcTOFORE EXIHTING
under the firm of A1TKIN8. NOYr S k JOH STON.
was dissolved on tho 1st of July )a?t by mutual consent.
0HA8. W NOYES,
AugOBt 3 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CERTIF?CATE OF LIMITFD PARTNERSHIP BE
TWEEN ? II AH Li-'8 W. NOYKR, OK CHARLESTON,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, OF THE TOWN OF NEW
WINDSO?. ORANGfc COUNTY. STATE OF NEW
YORK. WILLIAM Gi AH AM Ob'THh CITY. COUN
TY AND STATE OF NEW YORK. AND JAMES AIT
KIN, OETHEOITY OF WEST HOBOKEN, IN HUD
i-ON Oi-UNTY STaTK OF NEW JERSEY.
This Cf-rtlfloato hereby witnossoih that tho under
Blgued have, by vlrttio of an Act 01 the (?uni ral Assem
bly of South Carolina, . ntltled "An Act to authorize
the formation of Limited Partnerslilps," formed a
Limited .-nrtncrsliip, as follows:
First-Tho name or firm under which said Partner
ship shall be conduch-d Is NOYES ?V Vail..
m coiullj.-The gener.l natara of the business to bo
transacted is tho Wbuloaalo and Jo' bing Dry Gi^oiIh
Thirdly -CHARLES W. NOYE8 ?nd NATHANIEL W.
V IL are Gin? ral i-artnt-rs, and WULLA M GRAHAM
and JAME? /. ITK IN ?It? tbo Sptcial Partner,:.
Fourthly-Tun amount of capital which each Special
Partner has contri ?nted to tbo Common Stock of said
Partnership is as follows: Willam Graham twelve
thoni-and Ave hundred dollars In cash, and James Alt
kin twelvo bonni ml _vo hundred dollar? In cash.
Flf'hly.-Thri said Partnorsblp commences on the
.ecind d?i>- ?if July. 18t?0 (eighteen hundred and sixty
six), and shall term?nalo on the flrt?t day of July, 1867
(elghtosn hundred and slzty-sovcnj.
oharles w ^ye8,
Na?HANIEL W. VAIL.
Aagust 3 86
K. M. WHITINO,
OORO-IER AID MaGHTIIATE.
HAR REMOVED BIH liFFlOE TO NO. 84 CUAL
MERH-8TRK-T, North aide, next door to Mr
MolNSIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doora east of Meev
t-g-str&et Hay 30
ti r.t.t J,\;;r?
C-Klillf -!N VOI.UNT KICK.
rpilK sUltVlViihM-ii- i :i u-u\t?N Vul.U ?TE-U-J
X ?1- ro?|U> ulid tn ni. it. This Kventna -?t 8 i> .In k, at
th-Hall of th.- (l??nn-.ii liriut?-. II. .??I l.uilll, Cornur li
betty and Klug -tri .Is. 1? ' ?.ogiiHltl
IIIIIIKHT 1 NHK T CM! 4 l.i;, V. ft
VITEND A MEKTINO Of Yiif i . ?BOLE rill.
EVt_M.NO, ut 7?. oVio.-k, lit .ii onie Hall.
By order: BIN ?NOT.*,
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WASHINGTON l.llll?K,Vn, li I . (T m.
ARKiaULAlt OO-lMUMt.AT.O.N OP THIN LObtlE
will be h?i.i ut _i.?.iiii<: .inn, rail (Tlranday)
Evening, ,?___M ?h?, ?? 8 u ?.'lock
U> uider ?if tho W. Al.
-AMUE- C. WEBB, Hecreti.?..
Aiir.usi 9 I
MASONIC F A IK A*?S??CIATION.
A MEE 11> O OF TMlH ANHfX I ?'I KIN WIM, lu:
held at Mis oin Hill. Thit Evening, tit c o'clock.
Memben aro r ?juoHt?<it bo puin.iu.il.
By orner of the Pr-aldant.
GEO. a. INGItAHAM, Jr., Beere-...j
An-uni 9 t
J..OST, 8TOLP.N, &o.
LOST.-AN ITA LIA V Ultk VtltlUVD DOU
Blaclt B>dt With White Leg?, a i.inver?; to the
nal-e ol .' Daisy " Apply to No 4 H .1ITU-STIOET.
A?:gnst 9 p
LOST, ON L ?T ti -TU" DAY NIUIIT, A
DIAMOND UltKAHTl.N, ?ni Warren, botwoon
King ami iviolng .streut?. The Aiidi-r ?ill bo suitably
re?vard?d by ki.?mg it :it tim Drug niora cornor Kiug
ami Jolin Btreuts. :r Au in-.: 7
BOAR DIN a-TWO Ol? TflKKK ?KNTHG
nlEN, or a I.ndy and (. lit ot-ill, can lio -ci-om.
rood-ted with POA 1:1), bj ?l-plying al No. 12 WENT
WOHTH H.'.tl.l.T Hirci? ilimr? Im ??' ?nain July 24
I. O. O. P. ttM-t-rlAI. II ?LU OMBIITTKE.
I >KOPO-A-8 WI 1. BE RECEIVED FOR THE
1 J.I.ASE i F THEIR ST- RE, Ni), r.35 EINQ
STSBKT, OoftNEK OF I.IDKHTV, for ono year, -??th
the privilege of live, u|? In Monday, voth, 4 P. M.
Applications to bo hff? with Hie Mocrct-ry, Odd
Fellow's Hall, wini arlu givo _uy inform-itiou desired.
By order of C-miulttco.
El WARD MITCHELL.
A'igust 7 tullun . unO Becrct-r?,.
TAX >4?TI? T?.
THE UNI F.RVl.lNl.D UPliEHV OiVBS NOTICE TO
tho la?; Payer? ot tin? town of Summerville thal, h?
will boat ilii? Town Hall on tim liUli'iiiil lGthof August,
between ihc hours of 10 A. Al. and 2 P. _L, to receive
The Books will bo closed on the JrI of Heptembor,
liter which date rxecutioua will be issued against all
By order of Coiinc-?. JAili H 1OB0ELL.
-Uamicrvill., .>u,:nil 0t!i. lt}06. Oleib.
Align?t 7 lu thmjtu_-i2
ATTR-.TIOV, S'il.I'I ?.-I-f I
ALL 80LD1KH8 NOW in. OR WHO HAVE BEEN
dine' urged f um, tho Uni1 ed Sut? o Army, ure on
tltlod to ONE HUNDRED DOLL-Ait- EXTRA BOUNTY.
Send join names, or call in pcr.on, at this ofllco, and
ee.nro It. .
UNITED STATES C1 AIM OFFICE,
T. HUB! EY, Agent,
No. ICO Meeting-street, Charleston, !.. C.
August 7 lao
TO INHUHF. THE TREA.-URY OF THE STATES OF
the Holy Sou complote ludepencoDCO ilnrlri?; the
negoti-'inns pondit g bi-two-n. the O-vornmentn ol
Frauco and Italy for the li'iui.litlon of the Papal State
debt, His Hoilnei-s, POPE 1'iUd IX, by PonUQcal Act ol
tho 11th April, 18(16 d-on oil tim omUsion by 6t;bf:rip
ti'-'u of the loan now ?Hu- d i i the uuiilir.
Although former loans have ' o ..mandod noarly par,
His liolineas, in vn-?v ot the present couultlon of mone
tary mat nrs, net wit-ins; to impose a sacrifice npoo
tho.o w11 lug to Mat-t htm i?j surmounting his present
temporary emb-rrassiu-'uti?, as well un to present in
duocments to raiiitm, ha? decided to Issuo this Join at
sixty-six (60) dollars gold for the one hundred lollar
Tli?> Bonds, payable to bearer, aro of GOO fran:.s. or
ono hundred d ?liars (gold), <>.-ioh linarlug S perceu:. in
terest per uuuuiii, in gold. Il.c courons payable ruin
annually, on the lut of April and ita. 1st of October, in
Paris or In New York. Philadelphia and Now Orleans, at
tho carrent ra o of e_chaii-o. Iho insuo .being at CC
dollars (cold will give moro than 7S? percent. Interest
on tho Investment
From 1870, $1..0I)0 will bo nnuually appropriated for
the p-rrbu. of tu?; lioi-lh; tho aoi-ui-t of interest o?
thoflo c.mcellcd w HI ne nl'i'lii .1 to the further reduction
of tho debt.
It ia believed that this loan will commend itself to
capitalists gencr Hy, and iimiou'?ti'dly will to all good
('Btholics having at ln-art n d siro to provo that Hie
Holitions never addrca-Cfl li ms-li to them in vain.
No investment ran promt greater -?i.urity than ono
?,'naranteed. m- ?Iii-. 1?, by tile pledged faith of a Slate
which lias a.wav- pnncttia ly fr.ltllled overy ongagc-mont
of its Poiitllii-iii Head.
Subs riptioiih received and Coupons paid at tbe fol
lowing iv.-i-iiia Htntw- :
.Messrs. hD-'AHl- Ill.OUNT A CO . Paris, Frar.ce.
Kum, DUNC li*, SHERMAN .. CO., Nama ?.treot,
corner Pine. New York.
Mes?rs. DdEXEb A CO., No. 84 St nth 3d stree;, Phil
Metters.-, New Orleans.
Subsviptioiis alco received by Mr. JOHN. B. _JU)1
BAY, No. l._.as_>an street, New York.
THE VEVF.R ?BLE CATHOLIC! OLFRGY. TRoUiiH
OUT ?ho United Utstes ii;.ii thn Caiiadin (to expedite thin
goi d work), will plea.io r?ceive subscriptions and the
nrumui thereof, And forwa-d tho Earn? by Draft or Ex
press to ?he central Ofllco at the Bauking Uou?(t ol'
M?nera DUNCAN, 8H hit MAN k CO marked on the en
velop? "Pontifical L?>an," on rocoiut of which the Bond
will be Immediately tiansmbted to them.
ROBERT MURPHY, Agent.
I unite with the most Reverend tho Archbishops o
Baltimore and Me* York, to whom dr. KO BEBT MUR
PHY has brought lette? s of introduction, and has
shown his credei.tlalB. and earnestly commend theob
je< t of his miaslon to the Beverend Olergy and the
Lally. P. N. LYNCH. D D.
Bishop of Charleston.
Charleston, S. O., August C, 1806
JOHN S. RIGGS,
Beal [state, stuck Broker, Auctioneer
O _? IP I O 33 =
iVorthwfst Cor of Broad and East Bay.
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
RISKS TAKEN UPON THE MOST LIBE11AL
OiTICE-STATE BANK, SOUTHWEST CORNIRO-1
ntOAD.'REET AND EABT BAY.
J. RAVENEL MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jl_.
"PIL?T?O IRON WORKS,
Comer of Crocori anil fei St.--....
LOCKWOOD k JOII.VSON'S OLP STAND,
OH AB LES TON, S. C_
PREPARED TO BUILD ENGINEf?, BOILER. AT?D
Machinery of uv?-ry hind. Cas'lii-3 in Iron and
Br.ss o.cciited with facility snd dii|?aiob. Honso
Fr??nta of Oi?t Iron, and Itatlli gs for all parposes, built
.odset np to order. V?K0INIU?, FftEEMAN,
JOHN M. PUNDT,
A-guste ?PWABIi A. -MIDD.
COTTON Ol tf8.
THE HNDEBSIONED HAViNO COMPLETED THE1B
?RMtfMMB- once more for th- manufacturo ol
the best l?OTTON OIN8 over mado in this country, uro
now prepared to reoelre orders from Planter* and
othf ra wiebhiK to purchaae.
Th-?loiig esUbUshed and weu known reputation of
RLLIOTT7-COTTON OINS, wiU. WO hop., be a BUfia
oient.uAi_iitee that the arnolo -111 give ?>nUro ssUntao
tlon. al. -L _X,L1??TT * 00.,
Hay 14 Winne-oro, ,. .:.