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UlMLExW B1ILV ?TO,
Q. II. OAT?CART Uditor.
CATIICAKT, McfllLLAN & M?HT?H,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
OAIL??TWWLVB MONTHS. ._~..? ??O.OO
DAILY??1* V0NTH8. ...?..MM*
DHaUi OOPIE8.5 cent?
LAIWEST CUMULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
a-WXHEa LIST OF rjJHJ'XTHJRS re
moining In the F'oet.oftlc.e at th? oxnr?
of Ckaob week Is pv?l->lisl".et4 oftloinllv
ta THE? DAILY NEWS every JFTi
Tho La Grange New Era knows of a froedmau
who will rn*?<M SOO bales of cotton this year.
The returns from tho now Constitution voto in
North Carolina nro so fow, and tho voto so slight,
that it is .mpofiaiblo to speak of rho result.
The rrcfiiiie.it has cent a tole?ram to Gonoral '
BUeiudan asking for an early and elaborate ro- (
port of tho roBUlt of his investigations eonceniing
tho cause of tho New Orleans rio-a.
It is said that tho grasshoppers havo appeared
in tbo vioinity of Na<hvillo, and aro iuvading the '
corn-fields in fearful numbora. One gontlomau
saya that ho does not think there will be a blade
V left oo the corn in & tbirtv-aere flnbj.
'k ItsUf una ni ?if? correct estimato of tho nu?>t.
ber of buildings burned at Portland, Mo., places
it at 1800 instead of 1500, as previously Voported,
and 3000 families rendered homeless. Tho loas
will be over $10,000,000; of wb.ii.-n the insurance
will cover loss than one-hal?.
The last drivo of loga containing 60,000,000 feet
of lumbor, and covoring over 500 acres of water,
arrived at Bangor from the Upper Ponobscot and
its tributaries, on Friday. The daily product of
?i lumber ia 1,000,000 feet, and there is a scarcity of
vessels for its removal
The Austiu State Qazdte loams from various
farmers, who have just finished throuhing their
wheat, that the yield is quito email, not averaging
over five or six bu?hola to tho aero. Tho storms
that occurred in tbo spring while the wheat was
in bloom is the reaeou assigned for it.
The Liberty (Texas) Gazette says tho cotton in
that section louka promiuiug. Some planters say
they never saw ootton look better. If the weather
continues favorable, and tho worm does not ap
pear, planters may expect a good yield from the
The Tennessee Negro Stato Oonventiou met and
organized iu Nashville, Monday. Delegatos
t from fifteen oouutiea in the Stato were present.
Their obieot ia to discuss questions of im erest to
the race in connection with agriculture, mining,
manufactures aud education. Tho convention
will probably bo iu ?e?Bion l?f tbroo or four dayn.
Governor Humphee?, of Mississippi, reporta tu
Gen. H.iWAitu that the lasano Asylum of that
State is so crowded thai ho is daily cooipelletl to
refuse admission to white citizens, and is there
fore uuablo to pr?vido for tho imbecile blacks.
The reverse of tho war, und tbo subsequent bauk
1 ruptcy of the people, aud prisent suffering for
food and clothing, are thought to bo tho reasons ,
for this increase.
New and dangerous counterfeits of the last
iBBue of the fifty-cent fractional currency uotea,
which boar upun their face tbo head of Troasurer
SnmtEii, have been detected. The paper, ia
thicker than that of tho genuine notes, and the
genoral appearanco, though poor, is calculated to
deceive unless closely inspected. They are most
easily distinguishable by the coarse ongraving of
the head of Treasurer ririNNF.ii, which, in tbo
genuine, ia fiue and very diatiuot.
Piebce Bdtleb, 'Esq., of Philadelphia, is per
sonally testing the difference between slave and
freed labor on his rice plantations iu Georgia. Of
more than three hnudred colored persona, once
his slave?, all but a few bave returned and accept
ed the wages he has offered them. The contract
between Mr. Butlku and the freed people, made
with their consent aud the approval of the Freed
men's Bureau, haa been formally consummated to
the eatiafaotion of all concerned. Mr. Butler's
friends anticipate that next year his orop will bo
larger and more remunerative than in any former
The late counterfeit $50 greenback is considered
by the Treasury Department as one of tho beat
ever isancd. The figures on the faces of the notes
?re not bo distinct as th se of the genuine issue,
And the imitatioua of the lathe-work will not bear
close aornt ny. Tue aiguaturea of the Begiater
and Treasurer are nearly perfect, aud the seal of
the Treasury, printed in red iuk, ia said to be the
beut over aeon upon a counterfeit noto. Tbo de
teotivea have succeeded in socuriug nearly $6<>,000,
and also the plates from which the notea were
Tho Hondereon, Texas, Times saya companies
are now operating in Nacitgdochea aud Angelina
counties, and wo believe also in Ban Auguatine,
with the best of prospects for striking oil, aud at
no groat depth from tho ?orfaco. A mamber of
the company writes : "I vimtud the boringa a day
or two ago, aud ou yeatordity ?aw the parties en
gaged at the work. At eleven feet they atruck a
email velu of oi ?tho boring ia now Uouty fuel?
have ?truck harder stone and havo to drill?atone
not so hard as to greatly impede progress. Indi
cations tho aahio ail tho w<ty, and very flattering
aa to final success."
An addres? hie lieen is??nod to the electora of
Ohio, which ia signed by a large number of promi
nent Republioaud. ?.tiling upon all truo Oniou
men to unite m sou-ling delegates to the State
Con volition to be held at Columbus- oo the 7th
i nat., tor tbo purpose of aeloetiug delegates to tbo
National Convention at Philadelphia. The ad
dress takes strong ground in favor of the policy of
President Juhmson as but the currying ont oftbat
of ?ataa?JHM Lincoln ; argues that the Union baa
not and cannot bo broken ; that tho Southern
Bttvtee aro justly entitled to repre?e tation, and
makes a strong appeal for uni tod aud vigorous
effort in support of these doctrines.
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/trss u u.'i.?. >;.ti^< be ad?rrUMd U> Ikt Editor 0)
the Dati-j Jft'r?. No. If? l7ay?ie-atr?K, Charleston,
8. G. B'.isiner* Communications to Publisher 01
We catifMt undertake to reittro rejeoted commun ico
ivuffntseTiiem* auzsvtxe or * ctty must be accompa
nied with the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1?0G.
THE REORGANIZATION OF GERMANY.
Omnis Germania divisa est in tres partes.
The language of Cjehar is now applicable to
the neighbor of Quul. "Dn?tod Gormnny"
bas como out of tbe combat a tbroo-hondod
country. Thin we know ie a groat disap
pointment to a grout m my of ber people,
both at homo and abroad ;?particularly tho
thinking portion of ihum, who aro anxious to
see their fatherland tnke tho position it is
entitled to among tho nations of Europe.
All deprecated the fratricidal war ; even
in Prossi? itself it was rxtromoly unpopular.
But onco the war hud comm'-nced, und it wns
evident that .tho Prunsinns would bo victori
ous, Germans everywhere became reconciled
(0 tho inevitable, and hoped that tho long
expooted transition period hud arrived, and
that tho cumbrous poly-oophaloub Bund would
be changed into a homogeneous empire, with
a strong constitutional government. Bismark,
it was thought, was just tho man for suoh a
task. But it aoems wo expected too inuoh. it
wore idle to eupposo that the. (?i?bitiun
of Prussia was not equal tq ?auch a grasp.
When Bismark rem^Ke(| jn the Chambers
jovoral yei^? 0g0 tt)at pru88ia could swallow
Sob.Vsswig-Holstein, that he would vouch for
it, tho DuobieB would not dinagreo -with it
[>KPreussen wird sie schon vertragen & ?i?ic?."],
bo foreshadowed the polioy which we have
since seen him carry into Buoh brilliant exe
cution. To placo the imporiul crown of Ger
many upon his master's bead, is precisely
what Bismark Bhould have liked above all
things. That ho stopped short of this, goes
to prove that tho menaces of Russia and
France had their efioot, and that lor tbe pre
sent it was thought best ?fit Berlin to bo satis
fied with tho splendid barveBt, reaped in so
marvelously brief a periud.
According to tbe latest advioes by the At
lantio cabio, the pjinoipal points in the basis
of peace aro that Austria is to withdraw from
the Germanic Confederation. This she has
agreed to do. Prut-sia, contrary to our ex
pectation, does not insist on a large acce
si?n of territory Her arms have conquered
nearly the entire of Germany. Yet Austria
Ib allowed to retain all ber territory, with
the exception of Venetia, which is coded to
Italy. Tbe German population of Austria is
about 14,000,000, and her non-German about
20,000,000, giving still a splendid aggregate,
which, properly governed, may soon develop
tbe resources of the country, and retrieve all
tbe misfortunoH of tbe post two months. If
the Government act wisely, her separation
from tho German Cunfedoration and tho ces
sion of the Italian miiluoulcntfl in Venotia,
m iy be for the best intorests of the nation.
Another article in the treaty of penco is
that the States of Snutn Germany are to form
a union among themselros. This confederacy
will bo composed of Bavaria, Wurtemberg,
Baden and liesse Darmstadt, covering no area
of 37,317 square mil<8, and having a popula
tion of nearly 9,000,000. Bavaria has 20 029
Bquara miles ar.d 4,615,748 inhabitant*?, and
her king is thus natura ly entitled to the
leadership of this confederacy. But be .is,
perbnp?, tho weakest monaroh living, and
there being, moreover, no acknowledged po
litical or oommercial centre to bind tbem to
gether, the short duration of this nowly consti
tuted confederation is a foregone conclusion.
And aB tho choice muHtneedBbe between France
on the one part and Prussia on the other, tbe
people of South lier many will, doubtlOBs, ere
long plaoe thomflol vos under Prussian protec
tion. The surrounding Great Powers may
then have to permit these nationalities to ex
ercise as a right what tbey now forbid Prus
sia to accomplish by her arms, namely, the
unification of Germany under Prussian auspi
North Germany will be the third power
under Prussian chieftainship; third only ao
oording to tbe order in which we bave here
placed her, but first in reality. This confede
ration will be composed of PrunBia, Saxony,
Hanover, lie uso CauBel, the two Mecklen
burgs, Holstein, Oldenburg, Nassau, the two
AnhaltB, Brunswick, Bremen, Frankfort,
Hamburg, L?beck, II"B.-?o llomhurg, Liohten
titein, the two Lippes, the two Ko uns', tbe
four Saxon Duohies?Weimar, Alieuburg,
Coburg and Mei Hingen, the two Suhwarz
burgx, and Waldeok. These enveran area of
118.891 square miles, ooutuiuing a population
Wo kuow from tho newspapers, and from
private Bources of information, tin t m ny ot
tbe people in the aforenamed little States do
not wish their runaway soveroignB back, and
would prefer a direot and intimate union with
Prussia to a quasi union, resembling their re
lation to the old Diut. Potttione will soon
pour in to tho Cabinet and Parliament ut
Berlin, and it is nut in the naturo of liberal
Jegi.lators and wise mitiisters to rotuse such
prayers, ao that ere many years we shall ex
pect to see" Germany a homogeneous whole,-?
from tho Vistula to the burders of Franco,
and from the Alps to tho seas that lave her
northern shot ob.
We have thought it unnecessary to enter
tuto eoiii? ol tbo minor ueltt.lB,?sp?culation?
wo find in Romo of our foreign exchanges,
Huoh na tho probability of North Schleswig
boing rccodod to Denmurk, with n viow of
Con oil in tip g tbo tScundiiuiviaa element. -
Tho Italian Tyrol in not mentioned umong
tho peace stipulations. It ie inferred, tboro
forc, that Italy did not inBiet on tho cession of
this mountain strip of territory. Franco is
barely mentioned in the negoointiooB. The
rolntive position of Louis Napoleon to tho
bulligorente 1m? undergono a grout obungo
witbiu the pnstsix or eight woeks. Then be
was oonBidered the arbiter of the destinies of
Europo. A word from him, it woe thought,
would set the oontiuont ablaze, as a word
from him could prevent suoh a oatastropbo.
The weight of his inflaonco has been tried,
end found to full far ebort of that lofty
height. AuBtria, leaning upon it, expected to
stem the atorm, hut soon found ulio wns loan
ing upon a broken reed. The intermediary
offices of the imperial Louis were treuted
with contempt by hoth Prussia and Italy ;
and now that tbo n?gociations for poitoo are
progressing, Frnntio ?h ignored, and the cob
8ion of Vonice "under durance," on the port
of Austria, goes for nothing. Vonico is now"
coded to Italy as one of the bases of tho peace.
Not only is Napoleon much disappointed
in thuB finding his services no longor in re
quest, but ho hua causo for jealousy, if n(iV
alarm, in seeing hia next door no'.-gtibor on
the east all at once ftRBuroc Buob giguntio pro
portions. All thoughts aud prt.jt ?ta ofobung
ing the French frontier to the natural Rhino
boundary will have to bo jyjBtpouod for tho
ASTKD, vVASIlBKB <\ND 1ROVKRS.
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Ml MOOLTBIE'rtMEM IK8 OF THE REVOLUTION
OF 1776 la wanted by tho advertiser, end tos which a
fair price will be psld. Apply at this office. >V.
WANTED, AWHITK WOMAIV, TO DO
generui houro work. To ouo well recommended,
litieral waj'r-e will -i? paid. Apply at No. 26 BOTIEDGE
IF ?OU V? ANT TO SAVE JIUMCY, BVY
your BOOTS and 8BOE3 at
August 9_30_No. 391 Klcg-Btreot.
WANT HD, A CAP.BL.B CIMJK-?NK
who cao com? well recommended sud under
stands her bustni-ai. Apply at H&8EL-8TREB.T, third
door below Auaorj-atreet July 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LA?Y, A 81 rl/A
TI< in a? TEACHER, either lu tho city or coun
try. For further parUculor?, Inquire at thin offloo.
a GENTS WASTED fOR
J\. THE LIFE ANU O MPAION8 OF
OcNERAL (STONEWALL) JAOK80N,
By Prof B. L DaBmkt, D. D., of Va.
The .Standard Biography ef ihu Immortal Hero. The
oDly odttlou? authorized by bis wt.inw. The author
persoual frloiid aud Chief of IStalT of the Christian Sol
dier. We wait ao Ageut in o?.ery county. Scud for
circulars aed see our t. rma.
Addresj NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Main etroeta,
August 7 lrar* lticnmond. Virginia,
F UK S*LK, A VORlEB STORK AND
IiWELi INU. with l.rgo lot, desirably Incaled on
tbe i. aln road at l'.ikerBVilio Per?.in? wauling a stand
for a une bnitnoasar?- lnvit.nl to examino the property,
very s?, si? amount of cash required, and balance on
torm? to suit puroiaaer. Apply to B. H. B. Key-box
Ho. OS, CbarleatouP. O.
ATPHIVATB SALE. At()MPiE?ESIiT
of Bedroom Furniture and Budding. Appl? at
FOK SALK.-O.tK No. 1 AOUDtlUHTH
I- TWO 12 HOU3E-PJWEU HORIZONTAL STEAM
Apply to J. O'BBIEN, at Quartermaster's Store
house i-oiuh Commercial Whan.
F Ott SALE. ST. ANDKEW'H HA* la LOT.
in Broad ?treet near Friend, with the Balldings
Apply to DOUOLAR NI8BKT, '
At tbo Office ?I Hcrlveu k Nisbet,
No. 109 Eaet Bay, next Bouth of Courier Office.
TO RENT, &o.
Tl?HE"JT, A TWO ANDA HALF STUIlY
B ICK St'??<E, No. 168 Queen street, one door
west of Franklin ?treat, with four ?quare rooms, two
attics, diesilng Moots ??itha.il necessary outbuildings.
Apply at No. 107 EAST BAY.____________* n
FOR nENT.FAItm NRtR CHARLESTON,
AND RESIDENCE IN MEETING 8TBEE '.?For
rent, a FABM In St. Andrew's Parifh. opposite the eity,
ou the main land, containing about 260 acre? of land.
The BBI0K. RESIDENCE. No. Q? MoetlDg-^troot. Ap
ply tu LOUIS D. UzSAUSBUBB,
August 10_3_No. 23 Broad-Btrcot.
TO LET-KliKOtNTLY FURNISHED
LODGINGS, wtth BOAR If desired, in tl-ot spien
d'd mansion, "THE BIPLBT HOUSE," No. 9 GEORGE
TO HUNT, PART OP A FINE RESI
DENCE, consiatinp of five rooms, ?with pantry aud
kitchen, fine pUtza and garden; location central aud
pleasant. Reference given and required. Apply at No.
119 MEETlNG-STBEET. Anguat 4
LOST, ON TUESDAY EVENIIO, THE
7th itibt,. ? pair of OOlD HPECTAOL 8, envel
oped in a dark and brokon Morocco care Tho finder
will be rewarded by leaving tho tame at this office.
t OBT.? THUMB SMALL, KEYS. THE
i fluder wiibo rewarded by brli.gtog ibom to tho
tub?, rl nor at Nu. It Broad strtet. L. B. HANKS.
FOUND, A. LtfK.K, NKWKOUVDLAND
Dug. The owner mn nave tbe name by pioviug
pr perry a d payini/expe .?>< ?. by app'ylu?! st tbe coi
n? ot LINE AND ST. JfHiL P STREETS.
BOAHDlNO-IWtlOlt 'IIIUKK OKNTLE?
rHEVora Lady und O- at ein an, can be. accom
modated with UOAltl), by t?,p1yiug st t*o. l? WENT
WohTH 8TKEBT ?hree door, he ?w \n?on July 21
BYMUTUaOONHtj,Nr, IHBtVUtMOF I . OERKEN
audJ -UN DOCK. O. GEBKKN.
___________ Ig_8*_JDH n BDCK.
ML>8'tH. B. a. i. SAMP-ION HiVlNO MADE AN
atbignmeut to eof all their ooparlne ship and
1 ii-divl tial property ?nd effivtH for the eurtll ?<f their
creditor? notice in lioreh, given to ail ?nd slugnlar tht
.aid c-mirttmahip and Individual creditors that the
1 deed ot assi. ntnmi 11? at nfy ufilee for their inspection,
aud that ah wbo dt-airo to avail tb mselvss of tho ben??,
flis f It? protUlona must do ?o on or before .the 19th
lay of 8entetab?r, ifriG, tbo period limited by -.Id
deed. And tue or*di ors ars hereby notifie.i to hold a
ns'tlngf.irtb appoinUneiit of an agent acoordln.; to
lbs provi.ioui of tho Aot Of th? General t??embly,
pasted in 1828. B, B. T?A>EB,
July 7 slO aiaslgnts,
I? ?. UK t III?.?I. I'mt I| US.
Tnv EX' R'.MSKB OP Tills i NhTiiUTIDN WILL UK
r- biiiui?<1 on tin- HK JONl> M >Nl>\i IN nEl'ThM
MKIt. ?nil ? ?iitlutKi ton months Tin? uuiii i-r ?if pm>iln
Ib i'i.ii il to t?*elvo.
Tin? l'rii ulpal is a graduate in honora ot Cambridge,
Kn?/l.ii>?i. and baa bad ni'To than tweiitj yearr experience
as a ti aclu-r In tlio H"iitii
Can-fui and tno-uugu inntructinn will bo g|\en in tho
LATIN ?nd GREEK ?Ji.At-bii H, French ami Spanish,
with a comploto course, ot EtittHah studies. Including
Mathematics, Ootnnioroial, Aritfiniollc and Uook-Kocp
Pupila will bo treated in n'l respects os members ot
hie larallj, and ?"ill receive the un?i-ldot! care and at
tontlon of tin? Principal In the preparation of tbolr
Rtverencos?To tho Faculty of tlio South Carolina
University, and to pronom and formor patron??.
For terms and lurtlier particulars, address tin? under
algued. RICHARD FOI. P. A M.
Columbia, August, 18?8. etuth August 11
ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF DlUllCV,
SUM TER. 8. O.
THE RXER0I8E8 OF THIS ACADrMY WILL BE RE
HUM D on Monday, 3epl? mbor 3.
Till- loatituio, situated In the healthy locality of Sum
tor. offordn a mo-1 cltxi?nblo rotrtat. and every f?<-lllty to
y? ung ladles wishing lo obtain a thorough, useful and
For particulars, a? ply to tlio Snporloro's of tho Sia'ors
of Mercy, Charleston ; or to the Superioress of tho \cad
cmy, Bumter._ AUgntt 9
ALKXANDnH FKMAI.K 8KNIVHKV,
No 6J WASHINGTON STRf-'t-T ALEXANDRIA. VA.
rpBE8E-?-T.?N BI.GIN8 SEPTEMBER 13, Bull THE
JL course of inet uc ion will bo thorough, including
the asnal accompllsbm<?ntD. Compel nt assistants have
bean engaged. A?< pi? p-iilosopbical apparatus, also
maps, globes, ? One tolos ope, be belong to the si-hool.
Tho Vcbool bulidiiiiH, woli arrange) for tho purpose,
ar> eligibly located In tho moat beautiful anil healthy
part o? th?? city.
F r Catalogue, containing all necs-ary Information,
appjy td K K KM PEU, Principal.
August 10 __
Ml'. ZIO? INBTITV'I K, WIVSUOKO?, 8. C.
TUB VXSBOIHEH OF THIH HOnouL WILL BE
resumed Monda;/, thu ICili of July.
TBUMS PER HE.-.SI0H:
Board with Tuition In ull Its briuichoa except I'lrt
lnuophy, OhemiHiry, ?nd French.........?130
Tuition ot day scholars in tbo clim-lcal or higher
English aud Mathematical dctiofimouta. f)0
Tuillnn in ether branches from $1*2 to. 20
Conrat? otOhomlatty or Phil >?ioi>liy. 15
Tho above rates reckoned <u tho curroucy of the coun
try Po\ ment required half in advauca?the roBldno in
the cIopu of tho session.
Students required to fnrniBh bed linen, coverlua, and
totola. O. A. WOODWARD,
July 2C thstul2_Principal.
?UIISULIN" ACAOKMV OPTIIK IMMACIT.
LATE CONCEPTION ?VALLE GRUCI8," NEAR
THE LADIES OF THIS INSTITUTION HAVE
| eo far recovered from the loss entailed on thorn
by the burning of thei? -'Conveut a- d Ac* eniy"
as to in ntilo to rennine it.i Academic Exctclses on the
First Monday i ' Hoptem'o-.
Ten. per SOiluLAST.C YEAR OF TEN MONTHS,
pnyablo l?a'f ? early 1? at) vaneo :
Tnrnn Class? < ultion in English. French, and Piano,
with Uovd, Lodging, Washing. Fuel and Lights. $6n0
SiicoND Olawj?Tuition in Engllah, French. Drawing,
Piano. Onitar, ami V.ical Music with Board. Ac, $800.
FmsT Cum?Tuition in Engllah, F ench, Latin,
Piano, Harp. Onitar, Vocal Music, Drawing, and Pastel
Painting, with Board, be. flouj.
ty?- No Ptii'H Is received under twolve yean of ago,
and since the small residence can accommodate only a
limited number (55?, those between tho ageB of Alteen
and t<vent? aro prefer?- d.
O?r Applications for admission may be m ado to tbo
MOiUER 8?PEUIOB, Columbia, or to Hi8ht Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, Charleston, 8. G.
I HAVE THIS DAY A8800IATED WITH MF. IN THE
management of tbo Charleston Hotel, Mr. UEOROE
O. MIX EH, long and favo aoly known to the travelling
public 1 he Hotel will hereafter bo conduced under
the name and stylo of WHIl'E b MiXhit
Charleston, Augnstl._August 3
? OPAHTlVKKSII?P NOTICE.
THE UNDBRSIuNED HA VINO THlt? DAY FORMED
a Copartnership nndor tbo ?t*/*.o ?< SHEPHERD,
DUO b COHEN, for manufacturing ?IMWARB of a??
deacriptlons. They will also deal! n Stoves, Orate? and
Honao Furnishing Uoods, at No. 433 King-street, Charles
ton, 8. O.
FRANCIS H DUC.
July 1st, 18C0. MoD?FF COHEN.
COPAIITNE? NH1P NOTICR.
THE OOPARTNERbHIP HERETOFOKE EXTSTTNO
ander the namu and style of AUSTIN b ALBEE
ha* this d?y dl?eol?red, accoruing to ai tides of agree
ment. (Signed.) E&RLKS AUHTIN.
ORARLE-J H. ALBEE.
HA8 ASSOCIATED Wim HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AVD O LASS B??-IN E??8, Mr (iEOUUE W. WAR
BEN. Tho business will he oattt-r he conducted In tlii
nomo of ALBEE b WARBEN. No. 4. MARKE!'
STREET. OHARLES H. ALuEE.
THE SPBNORIREK.-? HAVE TUS DAY FORMED A
Cnpirtncrsblp under the name and at; le ol JOOD
RIOH, WINE*AAN b CO., for thu uurposeoi carrying on
a WHOLESALE DRUO AND IMPuRTINO BUSINESS,
at No, 163 Meotlng-Btroet.
OEOBGE 0. OOODRICTL
PHILIP WIN MAN.
Charleflton, August 1st, 18?G.
I HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF MY ENTIRE
interest in the DRUO BUSINESS formerly conduct
ed by me, to Mesara. QOODRIOH WINEMAN <k CO
Tbanbing my former patrons for their liberal patron
age, I tako great pleasure In rccoinmi-nding my succes
sors. 3. A. MORGAN.
Charleston, August let, 18?6.
THE UNDERSIGNED HaVB THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership for carrying on tue REAL ESTATE,
STOCK BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, under the nameand atyle of MAOBK'iU b
RAVENEL. J. RAVENEL MACBETH.
Angnat 1, 1866. DANIEL RAVENEL, Jb.
MACBETH ?k IIAVENKI,,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS, AU0TI0NEER8
GENERAL COMMISSION MERC HA NTS,
OmCI??TATS BANK OOBMKB BBOAD AMD BAST BAT,
Will attend to the purchaae and aale of REAL ES
TATE, stocks, BONDS, and all negotiate panor.
?-trletly on commlasl >u; a so, all art?oloa of merchandiae
whiob may be entrusted to our car?.
J. RAVENIiL MAOBKrif.DANIEL RAVENEL, Jll.
JAMES ADGER b 0> ?. 10. t LOWNDE8 & 00.
ADAMS, FROST b CO. |IH VKNEL b CO.
Col. D L. McKaY.
President Ptoplea' National Bank.
DIMO* VTMM ? ?F C??F A KT V ?; R?J HIF.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXI-TING
under tho firm or A1TKINS, NOYfSA JuU 8TON,
was dissolved on the 1st of July la?t by mutual consent.
OH AS. W NOYES.
August 3 30
BTATB OF SOUTH CAltOLifVA,
OHARLE-JTON i ISTRICT.
CERTIPIOATB OF UUflTPD PAHTNERSHIP BE
TWEEN HAKLV8 W. NOY?-??, OF i'HvRLFSTON.
NATHANIEL W. VAEL, OF THE TO"'N OF NK*
WINDHOW. OHANOi COUNTY. S?'A1E uP NEW
YoKK. WILLIAM G AH a M OP lU* OiTY COUN
TY AND STATE OF NEW YOIlK. AND JAMES AIT
KIN, OF TBE CI IY OF WEhT IIOBOKEN, IN HUU
hO.N C jUNTY BtaWmOs? ' 'EW IKIisEV
This Dirt 10c?to huteby witnoxsivli that the nnilr-r
slgnori have, by virtue of an Act oi tin? Genrraf'Ae-em
bly ofbi.ntli ?irollua, > n'itled "An Act to authorise
the formation oi Limited Pauntralilps," formed a
Limited - ?rtnersMp, as folnwa:
First?The name or firm nn>ier whloh said Partner
abip aliall bo < ?induct?d is NOYES b V..IL.
? t-coiidly.?The gener-1 na'uro of the business to be
iransaotttd la the Wholesale and Jo bing Vrj Goods
Thirdly ?CHARLES W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W.
V. IL are General eartn?-?. and WIi.LlAH GRAHAM
ami JAM EH AITKIN an? the Special Bartners.
Fourthly.?Tue amount of capital which each Special
Partner bu contri,utodto tbo Oommon stock of b?m
Partnership la as follows: Wll lain Graham twolve
thousand flvo MinrfN-d dnllars In cash, and Jumos Ait
kln twelve uou.aud five hundred dollare In oaab.
Fifhly.?Tho said Partnership commenoea on tho
econrt day ?>f July. 18f>0 (eighteen hundred and sixty
els), and abaU terminate on the firat day of July, 1867
(eighteen hundrea ana elxty-aeren).
?J?. *? .?". APIXIn,
On ARLES #. :Nl)YE8.
Nathaniel 17. Vail.
Augutt 3 Sd
Al KK? ??'?\r,-.
Fit NKi.lA lui a -,>,? oo.
rnHE I'.Kt.l'LAl? ciMMC-.u: 1'luN w ?A. un Hl?i.l.
1 M Mumm Is U.tll This Ev-ning ?r ti o'clock. A
puricttia'tit'i-tiiltn.-i ui Uivoibur? i-' r*qii- ? mi, <>u bn?!
tie?? of mu otu-vcv. J. WOODRUFF.
August il 1 Koc-rotary.
QTAl F OFSOUTH ?lAltOI.INA ?OnP0N?I
v~ Monipbln !? CH-.rl.nl. n Hal.rond (.'ou pen?
Grconvllln and Odiiintiia llailr ad CoupinH -i-tatc
guarautub) wautud by
AugusJH" _ !__ No 6 ?road street
NEW ORLEANS, and
FOB ?ALE BY
CONNER & WII/ON,
No. 5 Broael Street
AngUBt 2_ thstuc
UNION BANK OF LONDON.
FOR 8ALE BY
CONNER & WILSON,
AUfc-uat2 <b?iuO No 5 IlltO 10 8TBEET.
L. CHAKLES INULIS.
Attorney at 1 aw?,
V II K 11 ;V \V, S a C . ,
IjrriLLPRAOTI E IN Tin-', COURTS OF OHESTEH
V> FIELD. MABlaltOBO', i'ARLtNOTON AND.
Hon. J. A. INQM?, uhi-i-iiw
H H. WILt IaMS, f-fij., Charlcatou.
AogU't 11 __s?
JOHN S. RI?GS,"
Real ?state, Stud Broter, Auctioneer
O F F I O H =
Nortbwf st Cor of Broad and East Hay
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
RLSK8 TAKEN UPON THE MOST LIBERAL
OFFICE?STATE BANK, SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
DHOAOai BEET AND EAST BAY.
J. RAVENEL MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL. Jn.,
FOTT? Bafl XILX,IOJNrs j_, OliXaARS.
TO INSOLE THE TRKA-OEY OF TUB 8TATB8 OF
tho H?)ly 800 roniiilrto linlop.ni> once dtiritu; tho
negoiia ion? pendi. g bataro n ill? Hoveraments ol
Franco mid Itnly fir tin-i? |iii I iti.m if ih-? Papal Stats
dour, Hi? Ho lne?a. PnPE I' VH IX, by Pontifical Act of
tho 11th April. i8'sn deer, cd tin?. ouilHsinn by ?nbacrip
tlor. of tin. I.um now .-0.< l to tho pu?t|lo
Althongh fouior loan? liiivo o miuilud nearly par.
Hi? Utillueax, In view 01 MM present oon.iltlon of mone
tary mat t>T8, n< t ?li-lino to im|.i<ma naorlflce upon
thnao wil iu(rt>> a??l?t turn i-i ?urtxnutitlng his preaout
temporary ?mb.rrua&u-utf, a? ?r. il ibi.i proacnt in
ducement? to ca ita', lim decided to Ututo thl? loan at
alx?>-?U (66) dollur? gold for the one hundred dollar
Tho Uondfi. payable to hearer, nrn of C(?0 francs, or
ouo bui-drcd d-iilur? (lt >11). ea.:h l.n.rl.ig percent, in
terest per annum. In gold, tie ri-upnnR payable stini
annually, on tbe lat of April mid rhelat or October, In
Paris or in New York Piulado pnia and New Orleans, at
tbe current ra o of ex?-bniii?o. 1ho iaaue boing at C6
dollar? toold wil> give more than 1 y, per cent iniereet
on th? Id vest merit
Prom 1871, $1-2.0(10 will bo annually appropriated for
the purchase of tlio Bonds; ti.e M-?-c?uni <>f Interest of
tlioflo eiincelted will e lupUsd to the turthor reduction
ot the debt.
It is believed that this loan will commend itself to
capitalists gener Uy, and un<lou?todly will to all good
Catholics having at ti.-nrt a d aire to prove that Hi?
Holiness never addresses huna- lt to them in vain.
No In ventaient can present greater -onurlty thau one
guaranteed, ae thl- I', by the plodged faith of a State
which boB aiwsy>? punctua ly fulfilled every engagement
of its PouUncal Head.
Hubs i-lption? received and Coupons paid at de fol
lowing Banking H .uses :
Uesxrs. t DWAiu? HLO?NT ft CO , Parla,France.
Mesura. DUNCAN. SHERMAN k CO., Nassau street,
corner Pine, New York.
Men??. VtiEXt?U k CO., No. 31 South 3d Street, Phil
Messrs.-, New Orleans.
Subsc-iptlou? alao received by Mr. JOHN. B. MUB
BAY, No. lSNaaaau ?treet. New York. ?
THE VE*EB*.BLE CATHOLIC CLKBOY.THOCOH
OUT 'be United State? and tbn Oanadaa (to expedite this
g - d work), will please receive sur-sorlptlous and the
atmonn thereof, aBd forwa d tho ?am? by Draft or Ex
presa to'be t'entrai Office at tho Uaoklag House of
Messrs DUNCAN, 811 hit 3d AN k CO marked on the en
velop "Pontifical L. an," on roce ot of whichthe Bonds
will be immediately transmitted to them.
BOBEBT MURPHY, Agent.
I unite with tho xnnst ltoior?ad tho Arobblabopso
Baltimore and Ne* York, to whom tr. no IEUT MUH
PHY bas brought lett..n ?f lntroduotioo, and has
Bhuwn hi? credo., tlalu and ?aruo?tly commend theob
jtt t ot hi? niiaBloQ to tho B.'verend Clergy and tbe
Laity. P. N. LY soH. D D.
Bishop of Charleston.
Charleston, 8. 0., August C, I8C6
August 7_ _tut h 96?
Let us be Merciful to Ourselves.
Tbo physical structure of tho ?tronueat human belog
la vulnerable over? whom. Our bodi.-a are endowed by
nature ?Ttb a certain negative powor, whloh protects
them, to some extent, tr.mi unwuoiesome influences;
but tbl? protection In impeded, and cannot be safely
relied ou in unhealthy legion?, or under olroumatances
of moro than ordinary danger. Then lore, it is wis
dom, it 1" prudence. It I? common ?oneo. to provide
agslnet auch o ntinKenoles b.? talainK an antidotr in
advance; in othor word?, by fortifying tboay?-t*m wiUi
a course o? HOaTETrEK'8 eTOUAOU B1TTEB8. the
most complete protective analnm all the opld?-mlc and
endemlo maladie? that ha? ever l>- en ?irnliii?tored in
any ooumry. A? a remedy for Uy.p^peta, thero ia no
medicine that ?id compare w?b It. Whoever suffers
the pang? of Indlgeatlou anywhere on tha laoe of the
earth where HosTa-i-Mtu's Uitteu? o?n b^ prt>cursd, does
o voluntarily; for a? sur?iy at Truth exists, this in
valuable Toolo sud Alterative would restore his disor
dered aUimsob to a health? coodiihn. To t e Bilious it
1? alao e>peei.lly recomnfendad, and la ottes of ?un
armed Con?iip?ttnn lt atlorda speedy and permanent
relief. IU Canada, tho We?t ndles and Australia, the
Bitters rank above all other medicine? of tha otsss, and
the domiud for them in all foreign countrtas lnoreasee
evory ?easop, _6 _A ??gust 6
93- BOINEUT & BDHEUS ?EOJsIVE TBE
iatcvt?ew Yo? DAJUlia every ?tteroura. Prie? le
.3n'i?- a*ta1tat Aori ;