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OMF-LRSTO- DAILY NEWS,
Q. R. CATUCAUT. Editor.
ElTHCAllT, He_IL_i-l & MORTON,
.?io. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
_.___,--TW-LVB MO-vTHS.-- .*10.OO
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE ?TATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?_r THE IjIST OP1 __.l_7J-_-_.I-S re
mainii-K in the Posto-floe ut the end
of eaoh weeli is iiiihlinhoil offioially
In. TUB _____I_Y NEWS every F__
Ne tats oum.ii_.ary
A. T. Stewabt puta In an income of i.,600,000;
V_-tD___i_- of $2.600,000.
Sovontccn thousand fivo hundred immigrants
bare arrived at New York .ince the I?t of July.
An English papor states that Mujm-Geuora! J.
0. Walkeb, of tbo la'o Confoi orate army, bae
been appointed Colonel of an English regiment.
A Washington spocial says t'ioro is no imme
diate prospeot of Mr. Stanton's leaving the
Spain has abandoned the war against the South
American Republics. Tho Spanish Pacific fleet
baa arrived at Rio Janeiro, on the way home.
W. H. Mi-nuit-, tho celebrated blind preacher,
has acoepted a call to tho temporary rectorship
of the Trinity (Episcopal) Church in Chicago.
Bofi.ro adjournment, the House of Representa
tives passed a bill to incorporate a company to
build an air-line railroad between Washington
and New Tnrk, with a capital of $10 000,000.
Mr. John Hollis living a few miles from Mari*
anna, Florida, was killed by a stroke of lightning
just as ho was entering his houso on Saturday
last. No injury to tho bouse or its inmates.
Tbe Government baa provided 6075 artificia)
limbs to soldiers-213- arms, 3781 logB, _. hands,
9 feet, and 104 other appliances; 23 different man
ufacturers.of artificial limbs supplied the Gov
ernment, and the cost waa $357,028.
The Petersburg Express says : "There are only
nine tobacco faotories in operation in Lynchburg
now, against abont sixty before tho war. The
difficulty in obtaining the raw material is said to
be the reason tbat so few manufactur?la are en
gaged in the business."
From the East Florida Banner, published in
Ooalo, we barn that a few days since a negro man
in the employ of Mr. MoCbadle, on the Pasteur
place in this county, was bitten hy a rattlestnako.
from the effects of which ho died the f-iif?T???T
The East Florida Banner says: "The farming
interest in this section, and, in fact, throughout
the greater portion of the State, has Buffered ma
terial injury from the drought. Within the paut
week, however, we have had several heavy rains,
and trust they will do much to bring out the
The Internal Revenue Commissioner has re
ceived his official copy of the new revenue law,
and ia consequently required to colloct three cents
instead of two cents a pound upon cotton, by the
torms of the Act, "on and after the first day of
Anjtust, 18B6." Parties holding cotton can make
their tax returns before that day and save one cent
General J. J. Dickison haB boen in our section
recently, saya the Atlanta JYeio Era, taking the
initiatory step towards organizing tho militia of
E?et and South Florida. Recommendations for
field and ataff officers have boen made, but the
only name we have heard mentioned is that of
our townsman Ancn'n T. Banks, whom the Gene
ral has recommended as his Assistant Anjutnnt
Geuoral, with the rank of Captain. These officers
ander the statutes are, upon tho recommendation
of the Brigadier-General, appointed and commis
sioned by the Governor.
It is said that as soon as Mr. Gill completes
the channel on the Warwick bar in the JameB
river to s width of ninety feet, he will proceed
with the dredging machine to the oanal at Dutch
Gap, and see what can be done with it. He
hopes by deepening it to make it useful to the
river boats. At all events he will givo it an ex
amination, in order to satisfy himself on this
point, and if he finds that it may be m ade prac
tically userai, he will put the dredging maohine at
work upon it.
The Generals of the regular army now rank in
order of their names in the following list : Gen
eral U_-8B__ 8. Gbant, Lieutenant-General Wil
lum T. ohehman, Major-Generale Henry. W. Hal
lech, Geobob G. Meade, Philip H. Shebidan,
Geobqe H. Thomas, Winfield 8. Hancock; Briga
dier-Gone rain Ibwin McDoVeli, Willum 8. Rose
cbahb, Philip St. Geobqe Cook, John Pope,
Joseph Hoohrb, John M. Schofield, Oliveb O.
Has. a.d, Al. m-n H. Teuby, E. O. 0. Obd.
The Washington corroipondont of'tho Herald
say?; Mr. O. H. Bingham, one of the signers or
the oall for u Southern Loyalists' Convention, was
so muoh saturated with loyalty daring the late
war that when the Yank?<os reached Athens, Ga,,
habeoame a fugitive fr? m their loyal bayonet?
migrated to Tallapoosa County, applied for ami
received on offioe from iho Confederate Govern
m_ut in the Tax Comminsionor . Department, and
worked loyally and lustily to collect money from
the people for the aid and onconragement of the
The New Ynrk Herald's correspondent recently
with Generats S.eedman and Fullebton, write.?
from New Orle.ns giving further information con
cerning the malpractices in that portion of the
country. No -coorda were found to form an esti
mate upon, bb they wore conveniently made away
with upon the arrival of tho inapeotors. The
oharges of private uno of public money aro fully
proven, and tho infamous Bale of negroes by the
Bureau officers, apokeu of in a former letter, has
been folly corrob.ratod. With Louisiana the ip
vef tigation closes, and tho fall report will doubt
loss be made public in a few days.
The Harriaon (Texas) Flag, of the 26th ultimo,
eay?: We tem from a gentleman who hat. rooont
Jy travelled over a considerable portion of Middl?,
Northern and Northeastern Texas that the orope
taiTOii'^h tho country aro goncr-lly flue. TUo corn
crop uill lura out very will; tho yield of wlicut
will hardly bo aa mu oh as anticipated, but ?till au
avoruco crop will bo mieed. Au coucIub?vo ovi
tk-nco that the pooplo Lave plonty to livo on, wo
will meroly mention the fact that daring au ab
Huiico of Bumo Bevon weoka ho incroasod about
fifty pounds in -weight. Quite an argument in
favor of milk and butter, flour, bread and honey,
as a diot,
mw AU communication? ?mendea for publication i>
this journal must be addressed to the Editor o)
the Daily News, No. l8 Boyne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisement* outside of the city must be accompa
nied ttrlth the oath.
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1866.
THE ENGLISH REFORM MEETINGS.
Our roaders have for some time notiood
brief dispatches in our t?l?graphia columns,
almost every day or two, about the popular
Reform mooting proposed to be bold in Hyde
Park. Wo have seen that tbo Govornment
has betrayed a nervous anxiety in regard to
this gathoring, and has finally rosolved upon
forbidding it. Their right to do so bas boen
called in question Tno ministry put the in
hibition upon the novol ground, that it woe
unbecoming that the royal parkB Bhould be
used for euch a purpose ; thai the people
might hold their meetings at '-Princess Iii 11
and othor appropriate points." Lord Shaftes
bury, on the 20th, in the Houho of Lords,
said : "I hope and truut that the Government
will porsibt in reserving the parks exclusively
for tbo recreation of the people, without any
respect to partizanB, whetber of reform, or of
Garibaldi, or of the Pope." The noble
Lord went on to say that he had no objection
to publio meetings, but that they should be
hold at convenient timeB and in convenient
pi-ces, and therefore boped that the working
classes will respect the rights of others, and
not infliot upon others aa inconvenience whioh
they would be the first to resent if infiioted
The people, however, it would appear,
were not convinced by this very plausible
argument of his lordship. It is even possi
ble that they could see through ita palpable
sophistry. Unless something more was
meant than in contained in the ministerial
reply, or in the above-quoted words of Lord
Shaftsbbury, bow ia it that theBe meetings
aro forbidden now, when mruilar meetings,
for all kinds of objeots and purposes, have
been held at the same place hundreds and
thousands of times? Why is that improper
in,_l?60 which, by inference at leaBt, was
Ueemeu prupa.. '._ ivwi "W| __," "" ,_'1V, ,_
waa never forbidden before. No ; the change
of ministry upon the defeat of the Reform
Bill has opened the eyes of the working
classes to the extent of the gulf existing be
tween the dominant class of England and
themselves, and a great eooial revulsion is
threatened in consequence. Tho conservative
party ie beginning to see it. and so groat is
the alarm, that it ia spreading even to the
ranks of the opposition,-those who lately
sot tbis ball in motion. They are beginning
to feel that they bave kindled a fire they aro
now no loDger able to control. A commu
nity of interests divides the Whig party, and
may now side with their late antagonist*-,
eoeiog the very foundations of tho British
Had the Whigs been able to carry out
their programme for moderate reform, this
storm, in all probability, could have been
averted. If the progreBB of the age had not
demanded a reform of the kind proposed, the
Parliamentary leaders would soarcely have
introduced a measure bo unpopular to all the
aristocratie and landed interests of the realm,
whioh, they muBt very well have known,
would endanger their bold of the Govern
ment, and whioh finally oauBed their over
throw. We cannot' wonder, therefore, that
the people, alter bavitg their hopes raised
for many months, to the early attainment of
something like political recognition, by the
"upper cla-Bes," on fleeing these hopes indefi
nitely deferred, and their expectations disap
pointed, Bhould be proportionately exaspe
rated, and make menacing demonstrations.
The Conservative party In England baa al
ways been singularly obtuse to the wanta of
the age. Wero it not that from accidental
circumstances it is fruin time to timo recruit
ed from the Liberal ranko, it would bave
long since oeased to bo a power. Occasion
ally a great man with liberal views, in ad
vauce of his age, has found himself accident
ally in the Tory rauku, and given his almost
defunct party a now lease of life.
Whether Lord Derby Hnd his coadjutors
will provo equal to the present emergency is
matter of serious doubt, The Euri of Derby,
for a Tory, is certainly very liberal ; and his
son, Lord Stanley, still ' more so. But tbey
cannot forgot that they reprenent Conserva
tism, and that they do-eated Earl R?8"*e__-b
government upon this very quention. It will
be interesting, tb refore, to seo how this pilot
will woatber the Harm.
That he recognized the difficulties before
bim, there oan be no doubt; otherwise be
would not have invited Lord 0_A__N_ot<,tho
Duke of Somekset, the Inte MVquit*of Lans
down?, and othore of tho "Liberal" ranks.
Tbey refased. it is true, and their places had
?to be filled from the Tory side of the House.
Still the very offer m?de them show, that the
old party linoe ?re oxtiuct, and that ere long
tboro must be n, tusi >n. Similarity of mt-r
osts will wold together hithorto repulsivo el
otnonts, and tho strugglo horeaf'er will bo
betweon Conservativos on tho ono hand nnd
Radicals on the other. Tho greater number
of both tho old Wbigs and Tories will doubt
less rango th-__?oIvoB on tho Bide of this now
Conservativo party, whilo the Radicals, or
new Liberals, will also get large 'accessions
from both, together with all the Republican
and Domioratio olomont, -which nevor found
any .-prensi?n in either of the old partioB.
Wo believe that we are even now on tho
eve of this great and fundamental revolution
in English politioB, and shall be ehrprised if
so minnon, me a chango can be offeotod with
out vory serious social distar-banco.
WHAT BUTLER SAW DURING THE WAR.
Those who know how oarefully Butler
guarded bis miserable person from danger
whoaovor there was any Confederates near
him, and bow ho "bottled himself up" In bo
cure pinot?, whenever there was any fighting
to be done, will be amused at the following
speoimon of bonnting with which he bum
buggod tbo "Xankoes of Lynn tho other day :
. _ have Bcon that the colored mon aro tho only
tnii) men to tho flip, and let my right hand forgot
her cunning, and my ton-, ne cleavo to tho roof of
my mouth, b.fi.o I couHunt to put theso mon
under thoir rebel task-masters I lhavo soon them
march up to the rebel rifle-pits and dio by hun
dreds for tho old flag they loved. I have seen
tflom dting upon the battle-flold, with thoir eyes
turned lo Heaven, imuloring ju?tico ?for thoir
race; and amid these scones I have sworn to pro
toot them, aud, so help mo God, I will keep my
oath !" [Great applause ]
"I bave soen !" din anybody believe that
history has truth enough in it to entitle it to
even the most cursory perusal, if suoh lies as
tbflBe are to bo made part of it ?
WANTED- A WHITES Ya/O-IA?, TO
Cook an?i Wash for a family of three persons. Ap
ply to N. HONT, Ho 35 Ai.?ou street . August 10
YOU ?O MAM WANTS A -lT?f-TIO -
SB CLERK. SALESMAN or AS81BTAN I in a alore;
would ko as ST-.WARD on b ?ard a ship or steamer to
any p?rt in England. W gee ni.dor.to Address
AugnatlO 1* "H ?.." > Oleo Daily Neffn.
IF ?OU W ANT TU 8AVE MONKV, BUY
your DOO-- and SHOES at
AngnfltO_30_No. 391 Klng-Htreat
WANTKD TO HIKE?, A WIIITK ? 1RL
to attend on a lady and do chamber work and
sowing. Nono need tpnly ?nicas well recommendod.
Apply at Wo. 8 L1BBR-Y-3TRE-T. 0 AngUBt I
UTANTKD, A -UPtDliE COOK-ONE
W who can com? well reoimmended and under
stands her business. Apply at HA8EL-8TREET, third
door below Auaon-street_July 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LADY, A SI rUA
TloN as TEAUURR. ei-ior In the olty or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at this offlce,
a GENTS WANTED KOR
GENERAL [8T0NEWALLJ JAOK80N,
Dy Prof. R. L. Dadnbt, D 1). of Va.
The Standard Biography of the Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorised by his widow. The author _
pcraonal friend aud Chief of Staff of the Christian Sol
dier. ~e want an Agent In every county. Bend for
circulars and seo our t. mu.
A-dress MAT1.__.AJ, ?._,!___--/-_ O*.,
AuRuat7 lt_f>? Richmond. Virginia.
FOR Ma._._. CUEAP, ONE LOT PACKING
UA8B9. Apply ta A. ILLll?G.
August 10_1_No. 30i King stteet.
SHEKP-FOR Si_-K. FI*?TY HEAD OF
aro JE 8BEKP. lar-e bioed. Will h? sold low for
c_ h. Apply at WAGON Y\ltD, No. 660 Elng-stroxt,
near Lino I* Auburn 10
AT PHI VATE -.M-E. ACOMPI.EIE SET
of Bedroom Furniture and Bedding. Appl? at
THIS OFFICE AugUBtO
FOR SALE - ONI- No. 1 WOOD IV OUT II
TWO 12 HORSEI-WKB HORIZONTAL STEAM
Apply to J. O'BRIEN, st Quartermaster- Store
house, t-nuth Commercial Wharl.
August 0 3*
FOX SALE. ST. ANDREW*- HA* L LOT.
In Broad street near Friend, with tho buildings
Apply to DOUGLAS NISBET.
At ttie Office ot Hcrlvon & Nisbet,
No. 100 East Bay, next south of Courier Office.
TO RENT, &o.
FOR RENT. FARM NE -R CI1AR-.KSTON,
AND REMIDEN CEI N MEETING STREE \-For
ri-n t, a FARM In fit Andrew's Parish, opposite the m ty,
on the main land, containing about 280 acres of land.
The BBIOE RESIDENCE. No. 20 Mooting __.." Ap
ply to LOUIS D. D-8AU88URE,
August 10_2_No. 23 Brosd-sb-eot.
PIANO TO RENT.-APPLY TO '
smith k mcgillivray,
AupuatIO 1 No. 27 Broad-street.
TO L KT.-KLK.? -NTLY KUIIMSHKR
LODGIN--, with SOAR'- If desired, In that aplon
d'd mansion, "THE RIPLEY HOUSE," No. 9 GEORGE
TO BENT, PART OP A FINE RESI
DENCE, consisting of five room?, with pantry and
kitchen, une piazza and garden ; locstlon central and
pli?_B_nt, Roierenoe given and required. Apply at No.
119 MEETINQ--TKKET._August 4
TO RENT, THAT MOST DKSIKABLE
BESIDENOE on Rutledge Avenue, opposite Dough
ty at tv-1 Apply to . PIN0KNEY BitOS.,
July 20_fmw_North Atlantic Whart
TO RENT.-T IAT Ph-A.ANT AND OK
SIR ABLE RESIDENCE, No. 23 Rutledge Avo-ue,
recently painted, ontalnlog ali aquare and three garret
room*, pantry Ac Lot large, with extensive servant
and atable accommodatlona.
Apply at No. 10 OOMING-HTREET.
August 8 fmw3*
Dt-NIRABLB W?OLKS\LIC STORE TO
BENT-The UWfcR 8TORIK8 oi the . ewly
ert-ted building No. 11 UAYNE-STREKT, tw doora
east of Meoilng-airoft. being one of the most deslrab e
business locations In thd city. Possession given 1st
Septomb.r. For parti.-ulari?. apply to
No 71 Market street, in rear of above premises.
August 8 wfm.
. finder w11 be rr-wardod by liri, g mi} them ?o the
r-ubs rlner at No. 11 Broad ntrtot. L. B. RANK8.
FOVVD, A LARGE NEWFOUNDLAND
DOG. Tho own, r eua have tho aame by proving
property and paying expiu-es, by appljlog corner
LI EANDriT. P-ilLlPBTBEBIB. tv
Anglist 10 ".
BOA 111)1% ?-TWO OR THREE GKNTLK
-iEN, or a Lady snd Ci.nt.oman, can beaooom.
modiited with BOARD, by applying at No. 12 WENT
WOUTII STREET, ihroo doora below AnRon. Jnlj 21
B. Al. WHITING,
OOBOHKti A.mD MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIh OFFICE TO NO. 84 0HAL
MERS-HTRE_:\ North side, next door to Mr.
McINnib' Blacksmith Bhop, and two doora ft_M of Maa*.
nil?.llK, LOAN ANO util.DIM. ASSO
THE THIRTY FOURTH INSTALMENT OF THP
Annotation will bo recoivoil This Dun, at N?i. 311
Ray DO s'root Halo uf Mouoy at M smile Uoll, This
Ev<nitn/, tno 10th luBt., at holt-pant Ei.-ht o'cI??-k
?IEO W. KIInSEY.
SEVEN SHARES will be offerod fur anio
Aiifc-iiHt IO 1
AL.KXANOH1A FKIUALtt N KM I VA It Y ,
No 53 WASHINGTON STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA.
THE 8E-?M?>N BEGINS .SEPTEMBER 12, ' 80G THE
MUM of latt no lou will bo thorough. Including
1 bo uniial nccompllflnui-nt?. Compet ut assistants liovo
boen engaged. A" jilo pnilosophlcal apparatus, also
maps, Rlubo?. a Ona toles, ope, ?Se. bolong to the a? hool.
Tberchaol Buildings, well arraug-d for the purpoio,
sr- eligibly locatoil In tho most beautiful and healthy
part of tim city.
F?r Catalogue, containing all iiecoH-ary information,
apply to K KbMPER, Prlnolpal.
ACADEMY UF HUH LADY UF MERCY,
SUM TER. 8 O.
THE EXEROI8F8 OF TUI8 ACADI-.MY WILL BE HE
HUM D on Monday, September 3.
Thi- Institute, altnatod In tbo healthy locality of Suin
ter, iiff.irilp a mo't desl'ablo retreat and every facility to
young ladles wishing to obtain a thorough, useful and
For particulars, aiply to the 8nporloret-8 of tho Sisters
of Morey, Charleston ; or to tho 8uperloro?i of tho ?.ead
erny, Suinter. Augni-t 9
?I'll I-'. IlKV. DR. DIVERS
TJ A3 MUOH PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE
li Inhabitants of Charleatoti ai d Its vicinity, that, at
the solicitation of many frli-nde, ho has ot cimlorl to
oten a first-class EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT
In this city, at w ich yi-ung gentlemen may be thor
oughly rropanwl for oli)i??r a U? lloro or BusIiicbb career.
Tho course of instruciiou to be Imparted In tho Insti
tution will embrace tho Engllah Language in all Its
branches, as woll as French, Lui in. Orrok, Hebrew, aud
a perfect kuowledge of Book-aeoping and Ac. ounta to
those pupils who may r? ijulrc Instruction therein Spe
cial attention will b? given to tbo futuro avocation in
whl li each htudont in I ke!y to engage, whereby a suita
ble education may be pursued within the limits of tbo
i ho consld rabie oxporlenco of tho Prinoipal, whose
personal attention ? 111 be devoted to tho lnterosts of
thoto attondln the Institution, leads him to feel san
guine tb.t tho entire arrangeinenta of tbq Academy will
olTo ?1 tho utu ost smii-faction ti tbo parents and guar
dians of snob young gentlemen as may bo placed under
Heforeoco may bo m ado to any of tho undermentioned
woll known g ntl-inen:
O. H. MOI8B, KFq.
THEO. D. WAGNER. Esq
B. I: LAZARUS. E?<)
JAMEM MACBfcTH. Esq
T. L. OGIEB. M. D
n. H. D__EON. E q.
CHA* T. LOWNDES. Esq.
h DWARD LYNAH. Esq.
Ternis H>r th scholastic j ear. oinursolug ten month?,
and commend? g on the 3d October, UTiR, will bo made
known through a future advurtlsement.
Farther particulars may bo outaiu?id of the Rev. Dr.
MYKltH. at the Elliott House; or, daring his temporary
abBenoe from tho city, on ai?i>?it.-aiiou to ?J. II. MOIHE
Esq. wim August 1
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, THE FIBM OF ?*\ GERKEN
nudJ.iHN BUCK. O. QERKEN.
August 10 S** John BUCK.
we have thi8 day associated with us,
in the FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COMMIS
SION BUSINESS, Mr. I* MIK EOL CARROLL.
Oar business in futuro will be conducted under the
Stylo of LOWNDES, MIKELL k CO.
LOWNDES k MIKBLL.
August 1st, IBM. wfmlmo_August 1
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXI8TTNG
under the firm of SIMONS BRUTHERS, waa ela
? lived by tho death of REATi.nO L- bl ?ON?-, on 14th
January list. All persons Indebted to tbo said firm will
pleaso make immsdlate payment to
SEDGWICK SIMONS, 8nrvivor.
August 7 tuf4*
THAVE THIS DAY ABSO0IATED WITH ME IN THE
_. management of the Charleston Hotel, Mr. GEOROE
G. MIXER, long ana favo? ably known to_ihJ_.tr*vay',Jr}
the namo'and style'of WH*ilT? ft mix mt
Charleston, August 1. August 3
THE UNDERSK.NED HAVING TH1? ?AY FORMED
a Copartnership under the ?ty'e <"..* SHEPHERD,
DOO ft COHEN, for manufaoturl-a rtNWABB of all
descriptions. They will also dealt n stoves, Grates mid
Homo Furnishing Woods, at No. 422 King-streot, Charles
tOD, 8. 0.
FRANCIS H DUO.
July 1st, 1866. McDUFJF COHEN.
COPAtlT\Ei Nilli' ?VIlTICh],
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho narnu and ?lylo of AUSTIN ft ALUEE
baa this day dlnsolved, Becoming to ai tides of agroo
ment. (81gne?_) EARLES AUSTIN.
CHARLES H. ALBEE '
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM TN THE PAINT, OIL
AND ?.LA88 BUSINESS, Mr GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will lio-ealt<?r bo oonducted Id the
name of ALBEE ft WARREN, No. 41 MARKF.i*
BTREer. CHARLES H. ALUEE.
THE UNDBR8-GNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership for carrying on the BEAL ESTATE,
STOCK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINEBS, under the name and atvle of MAOBE1 H ft
BAVEKEL. J. RAVENEL MACBETH.
August 1, I860. DANIEL .-AVENEL, Jn.
MACBETH ?St ll/lVENKL,
BEAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
OITIOE-STATE DASH OO-N-B BROAD AND ZABT DAT,
Will attend to the purchase and sale of li "AX, ES
TATE, 8TOOK8, BONDS, and all negotlaule paper,
F'trlotly on commission; a'bo, all articles of merchandise
wbloh may be entrusted to our care.
J. RAVEN ?1. MACHE I'll.DANIEL RAVEN EL, Ja.
JAMES ADGER ft CO. IO. T LOWNDES ft CO,
ADAMS, FROST ft CO. RaVENEL ft CO.
Gol. D. L. McKAY,
Pr?sident Peoples* National Bank.
DISSUI UTIOtV UF COP-KTVHSRSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIhTING
under the firm of AITKINS, NOY ?8 A JOH 8TON.
was dissolved on the 1st of July last by mutual consent
OB AS. W NOYES,
STATIC UF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CERTIFICATE OF LIMITFD PARTNERSHIP BE
TWEEN uHARLF.S W. NOYFS, OF CHARLESTON.
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, UF THE TOWN OF NEW
WINDBOR. ORANG- COUNTY, STATE OF NEW
YORK. WILLIAM GRAHAM OF1HF CITY. COUN
TY AND STATE OF NEW YORK. AND JAMES AIT
KIN, OF THE CITY OF WEST HOBOKEN, IN HUD
SON COUNTY STATE OF NEW JliitsEY.
This Certi-cat- hereby witnesseih that Ihn under
slgued bave, by virtuo of an Act o. the General Asaem
bly of South Carolina, entitled "An Act to authorize
the formation of Limited Partnerships," formed a
Limited Partnership, as follows:
First -The nsme or firm under which ssid Partner
Bbiv> shall be couti o o ted is NOYES ft VaIL.
Secondly.-The genera] nature of the business to be
transacted lathe Whulosalo and Jo-blag Dry Goods
Thirdly -OHARLEB W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W.
V-IL uro General fart-ers. and WI? LIAM GRAHAM
and ?TAMK.-. AITKINam the Bpeolal Partnern.
Fourthly.-Tho amount of capital which each Special
Partner has contri ?ufod io tbo Common Stock of said
Partnership Is as follows: willam Graham twelve
thou??nd ave hundred dollars In cash, and James Ait
kin twolvo 'hnufand live huudred dollar? In otan.
Flf'hly.- The said Partnership commences on tbo
.eoond day 'if July. IRes (eighteen hundred and alitv
si_), nnd shall term?nalo on ?be flrat day of July, 1807
(olghtoen hundred and tMs ty-seven)
WILLIAM GRAHAlf, '
J A MER AITKIN,
charles w * ona.
Na ill AN IEL W. VAIL.
August 3 M
M, SOLDIERS NOW IN. OB WHO HAVE BEEN
_ disc* arNodf-om, tbo Unl<od HtaUs Army, are en
titled to ONE HUNDRED DOLLAkm EXTRA BOUNTY.
bend yon names, or oat) In per.on, at thl? office, and
Ml Or* It.
UNITED STATES CLAIM OFFICE.
T. HUHj EY, Agent,
No. 160 Meeting-street, Oharleiton, a a
A-gust 7 i aio
T?HK BLOOD'? Il\Y MARK KA II! WILL DB 11AF
JL FLKDaitlieriioiaiiIliMarita.iKion couicrotMir
B- t illili Me.tliil/ Htr.etx. al li i I-|.:ist _ o'i'J.J -li. Titi Mix
ning. A few Ohauuna left. 'I Au"?mt 10
J.A ENSLOW & CO,
Auctioneers and r.mnrssiOQ Me.e_.a_.ts,
WILL MARR LIBERAL ADV ?.NOES ON PRODUCE
AND MEItUU ?NI IZB ii.iirtl-iii- to thom for
ealo. and otter ilielr soi vice? to U?iY PRODUCE AND
MER.UAND'ZKof vor. desclptlon.
ab the Agents ol Mr. D. B. CLARK, Richmond, Va.,
they aro prepared to accept ornera for iho purchnso
ofTOB?CCO. FL.HR, ko., m that market.
Ansagt 10_IO, IB, 23, 30_
JOHN S. BliiGS.
Real [state, Stock Brotar, Auctioneer
Northwest Cor of Broad aud East naY
MACBETH & RAVENEL.
RISKS TAKEN UTON THE MOST LIBERAL
OFFICE-STATE BANK. BO?THWE8T OORNEn O
B10A? -TIU.ET AND KA8T BAY.
J. RAVENEL MA0BETI1.DANIEL RAVENEL, J it.
AllgUBt 1 _
A. M. MORELAND,
BROK! R ANO REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Mo. 5 BROAD s'rit i.;*.t (Up -tain).
WILL BUY AND SFLL ON COMMISSION PLANTA
TIONS. City prupurtj, an* Real Kauto of _U
kttule. Also, Bonds, 8 ?<c_s, kc. Gold, -ilv.-r, anti Bank
Rills bought and bold. iinwS August 3
PILMBTW IKON WORKS,
Corner of Ctncori ana Hasel Streets,
LOCKWOOD & JOHNSON'S OLD STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREPARED TO BUILD ENOINE8. BOILERS AND
Machinery of ov.ry Hud. tastings la Iron -ntl
Br.ns oxocuied with facility and dUpatoh. House'
Front?, of Caat Iron, and IUiUnga for all purpose?, bnllt
and set up to order. _
JOHN M. PUMDT,
August 0 BDWARl? A. D??DD.
THE ESTEY OEGAN,
FOR OHUBOHF8, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. AND PAR
LOUS, witu new and valuable Improvements, giv
ing extraordinary compas?, variety, and _ swootnesa of
tone. The crowning perfection la the VOX HUMANA
ATTACHMENT, a wonderml imitation of the sympa'
tho'Ic sweetness of tho h?>man voloo. They aro strongly
Indorsed by GEORGE w. M MOA -, WILLIAM A.
EINO, arid others-tho hlglie-t minlo-l authority in tho
Unltoo Plates. Pcrfoot aatisfaciou guaranteed.
PIANOS of all grades and styles furnished at lowest
GEO. 0. SAXE & CO.,
NO. 417 BBOOMK 8TBEET, NEW YORK.
August 10 _ _fm-Omo
BOOTS TII1T ARB BOOTS !
No. 78 BROAD STREET,
GENTLEMEN'S F.NE BOOTJ, WATEB-PROOF,
Dre.a, and Pump Soo?. Aiso Gunta' une PATENT
LEATHER, OaLF FOX NG, KID HIL' a. ii, OALF, and
ALL KID CONGRE-. GAIl'-RS. ni ?do to order, BE
HAND (not machine madei, which f'.r fli-lsh and d_r_
bihtv aro not to bo surpas-acd Purchasers will save
dollars !)..- hu? inn from tho subscriber, l..r he baa ninrh
ed his prices down to suit the tlmoa. Oome one, como
No. 78 Broad st., un ii or Carolina Hotel.
Julv '31 t.ithsmwfG
Qf\f\ OA8E1 IMPORTED CLARETS OF FAVOR
_>\J\J HE brands, for sale at Now York prices.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO..
No. -si? EING-STBEET,
July-3_mwf a OPPOSITE HABEL.
ISTo. 193 EAST _B___ _T_
J. S. SCHIRMER,
rjfJHOLVSALE DEALS-. IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TV TIO UIO__ An assortment of oil grade- eon*
tantly on hand._3mo._Jane 28
Auexparlencod Nu ruc and Female Physician?
Present- to the attention of Mothers her
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly f_c__Ute. the process of Toot_l__, by
softening the gums, ro inclng aU l__8.mm_-.-n", -r__
allay ALL PAIN _nd -paamodlo action, and 1b
SURE TO REfiDLATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon it, mothers, it will give rest to yonrselv-t,
Relief and flealtla to Tour Infants?
We have p_t up end cold this article forever thlrtf
years, and can say in oonfldeaoe and truth of It what ne -
have never been able to tay of a- otber medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A 81 W?LK INBTANOE TO
EFFECT A O?BJS, when timely used. Never did w?
know of an lnst-noe of dissatisfaction hy anv one wbO
need it On the contrary, all are dollghted with Ita opt.
rations, and speak in terms ol oommendation of it.
magical effect- and medical virtncf. We ?peal, in this
matter "what we do Enow," after thirty years' eipe
rienoe, and PLEDGE OURSELVES for THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DEOLABB. In almo-l
evory inntanoe where the Infant ia safl-rlng from palo
and o___ua_on. relief will be found in -flees or twentj
minutes alter the syrup is admlntntor?-.
Fnli directions for .sing will aooomp-o. < ?oh bottl?,
None genuine tuileaa the foe sinue of OO RTIS U PBIt.
"INS, New Toril, ta on the outaide wrapper.
Sold by all drturgl-t- thronghent the world.
Pate* only 89 Cent? par -tom..
la? Hue by
KING & CAS8IDBY.
I f\ -RARES BOMB LOAM AND BUILDING AH
1U flo-uno?. stock.
Apply at this cmoe. July:-)