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mumm DAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
Gillie ART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STEEET.
DAILY-TWLLVB MONTHS.-? ~. 110.00
UNGLE COPIES.5 C*HTA
IO NEWS DEALERS.*.* CENT*
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
??THE LIST OF LETTERS re
oaaini as in. the Postonlce at the end
of ??ob. week is published officially
In TECK PATT?Y NEWS every Fri?
Forty-two new stores are now being erected in .
Atlant?. Several others will soon be commenced.
The people of Macon arc agitating the project
of Beading a canal to the shoals three or four
miles above the city.
Two citizens of Cincinnati have bought the ex?
clusive right of photographing scenes of the
The newspapers of North Carolina have nomi?
nated no less than twelve men for.Lieutenant-1
Governs cr tue State.
The new Catholic Cathedral at Indianapolis,
Ind?, ia to bo crowned with a higher tower than
any other in America. .
A new disease has attacked the wheat near
Avoii; N. Y. The hust turns brown, i.nd decay j
begins at the end of the berry nearest the stalk.
Of all Euoopean nations France shows the slow-1
est rate of inorease in population. The 28,000,000
of 18?! had only increased by 9,000,000 in 1861.
The. second plenary council of the Catholic
Churok in the United States will be opened in the
Cathedral of Baltimore on the first Sunday in
Several hundred hogsheads of confiscated Vir?
ginia; leaf tobacco will be sold by Col. Loons,
Navf. Agent at Richmond, the last week of the
Th'o following are some of the heaviest Pitts?
burg incomes : JOHN MOORHEAD, $53,140 ; G. W.
SMITH, $63,818 ; WILLIAM. FBEW, $43,871 ; THOMAS
S. OLABK, $68,482 ; J. H. SHAMLKHGER, $97,584.
The Confederate dead who fell at the battle or
Beech Grove and Hoover's Oap, in Coffee county,
Tencssaee, have been taken up and buried by citi?
zens itf that section, who intend to erect a monu?
ment to their memory.
JOHN SBAVBB recently walked JQO JBIWH'TL aa |
many conaeeuiive Boars at" Portsmouth, N. H.,
winning a wager of $500 and a sickness of several j
days ia consequence. He was east aine d by a rum
and ajtam bath for ?ach of the last four hours.
A Richmond and Mobile darkey fought a duel
with, five-shooters, distance ten paces, near the
former city yesterday. Result: Mobile winged;
or, itt other words, shot in the shoulder. The
two then embraced, kissed, and parted.
A well-knowa clothing meroh ant in Louisville,
Ky., re*?ntiy married a woman in Cincinnati, and
took her to hie home in Louisville. A few daya
after,- she stole $2600 from his trunk and disap-1
The New Haves Palladium says: "Professor
PORT?? has placed on exhibition in Trumbul I
Gallery, a painting by a young artist in Antwerp,
who waB born without arma. Tho painting wa s
executed by the use .of his toes in place of fingers.
The painting is of a high order. We undesstand
that the artist has received several medals.
The Court-Martial which bas been engaged at
Raleigh for six weeks in trying army officers of
the Freedmen's Bureau in North Carolina, on the [
charg?e raised by Oens. STEEDMAN and FULLER?
TON,-yesterday concluded tho last oase on the list.
Imposfcant faots illustrating the workings of the
Bureau have been elicited.
Dr. LUSHINGTON, in the Court of Admiralty in
Engulfed bas given judgment in the Banda and
Kirw?s beoty oase. The booty amounts in value
to tho, sam of ?450,000, beeide? interest for a
number of years. The judgment declares Lord
CLYBE and his stafi entitled to share in the booty,
and, subject to thia right, the whole is awarded to I
General WHITLOCK and his foroes. The law ex- ;
pensen are said to amount to ?76,000.
Misa MAB? L. SCHELL, of San Francisco, Cali?
fornia^ has sued Major-General HENRY M. NAOLKK
for reusing to marry her, after having promised
many* a time to do bo. She says she ie damaged
to the amount of $100,000 by his conduct. The
case will be tried at San Francisco. The fair
plaintiff has over one hundred letters on hand, all
written by th? defendant, by which she expects
to m?fcfc out her case. -m
At a place called Holly, in the State of Michigan,
an inhuman father by tho name of BOCK, whipped
hierlittla son., only ten years of age, with a Btrap
of leather until the little fellow was completely ex?
hausted ; and not satisfied with this, fastened a |
bea\W: ?hain to his ankles, attached a heavy etiok
of weed to the other end, and compelled the poor
boy" to drag it about durinK the remainder of the
The Petersburg Express ?nye : it jB reported
that the freedmen of Amelia, co., Ya., heida meet?
ing iu that county a day or two since aud resolved
to work no more for tho whites; also vhat they
would countenacce no negro who did. We a0 not
know the cause of this aotion. If the intelligouce
is true we witness but another widening of tue I
breach between the two races. What if -the
whites refuse to rent their lands to the freedmen
- they will either b<; compelled to emigrate or
On last Sunday afternoon, two young ladies met
near the town of Reesville, on the Cincinnati and
Zaneaville Railroad, and while in conversation,
with a rail fence separating them, a bolt of light?
ning struck one of them, a Miss RE?NOLDS, and
killed her instantly. The other, although Btunned,
waa not in the least injured. Tho bolt of light?
ning strnck Mise R. in the top of~ the head, and
passing down her back, burnt her clothes and
split her stocking and shoe before passing into the
A New York letter contains the following news?
paper gossip: "Since the opening of the European
war several distinguished literateurs left the city
as correspondents for various journals. The Tri?
bune has engaged GEO. W. SMALLEY, whose repu?
tation as a brilliant correspondent was established
in his description of the battle of Antietam. ED?
WARD H. HOUSE, the well known theatrical critic,
is also on the Tribune staff. The letters of Dr.
RIFLES' from 'Germany have attracted considera?
ble attention. The Doctor will return in the fall,
and again take the literary chair of the Tribune.
GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND has gone to Europe as
the special war correspondent of the World. The
Heraklh&B six correspondents in the Held, none of
them men of more than average ability."
As there are at present a great many counter?
feit and altered national bank notes now in circu?
lation throughout the oountry, we publish the fol?
lowing list of designs on the back of the genuine
notes: $1000 notes, Washington resigning his
commission; $500 notes, Surrender of General
Burgoyne; $100 notes, Declaration of Independ?
ence; $50 notes, Baptism of Pocahontas; $10 notes,
D? Soto discovering the Mississippi; $5 notes,
Landing of Columbus in 1492; $2 notes, Sir Walter
Raleigh; $1 notes, Landing of the Pilgrims.
All national bank notes, tho backs of which do not
correspond with the above, aro bogus.
Hon. ISAAC NEWTON, Commissioner of Agricul?
ture, has received a letter from a gentleman who
recently made a trip through several of ,the
Southern States, relative to the general appear?
ance of tho cotton and corn crops in tho sections
through which he passed. In tho section lying
between Memphis and Nashville, Tenn., which
' bas been devastated by thc ravages of war, a re?
spectable crop of eotton, and a large crop of corn,
are now growing, and look remarkably well.
Between Nashville, Tenn., and Louisville, Ky.,
the crops present a similar appearance. From
Louisville, along the route through Kentucky,
Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, and Maryland, the
country is almost one continuous Held of texn -1
riant oom. pramMntr ? i>"unurui crop. j
?V- AU oomtntmioaiions intended for publication lu
thi? journal must be addressed io the Editor of
the Sa?y News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. G. Business Communications to Publisher of
We oannol undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisement M outside of the oily must be aooompa-,
nUd wiih the cash.
TUESDAY MORNING, AUG?8T 14, 1866.
O ?B FIBST ANNIVERSARY.
Such of the many readers of THE DAILY
NEWS as bave followed us from the com?
mencement of ear enterprise, nay possibly
remember that this is tbe first anniversary of
the commencement of ita pablieation.
The ocourrenoe ia to us of interest. We
are foroed ou this occasion to remember the
gloomy prospects of one year ago, and the
feelings of painful solicitude with which we
entered upon our unpromising career. We
were then..LaJtho_utnaoBt severities of eubju
gation. Our real estate WHS in th? hands of
the Freedmen's Bureau, with no assurance
ol its restoration ; our personal property was
at the mercy of military marauders, who
heard with incredulity and contempt our
claims of ownership; our colored popula?
tion were industriously stirred by FRENCH,
REDPATH, PILLSBURY and others, to every
form of outrage upon soeial and civil law.
The Republican party were in unquestioned
political ascendency ; tho. military meu and
agents of the Freedmen's Bureau acknowl?
edged no authority but ia the dictates of
that party; the President of the United
States had sot ventured then to indicate his
purpose to restore, if it were possible, the
forms of eur broken Union.; business was
suspended; our fields were waste and wild;
cultivation was everywhere abandoned ; the
negroes from the rural districts, men, wo?
men and children, had rushed in tens of
thousands to the town, and, feeding on cap?
tured stores, infested our thoroughfares, and
were thrust into our finest residences.
Adventuring under such inauspicious cir?
cumstances to enter upon the publication
of this journal, we had to dance attendance,
oap-in-hand, upon General HATCH and Gene -
ral GiLLMORE for the privilege to do so,
which was only accorded upon condition that
we should observe a respectful deference and
subservience to the military power. Under
such circumstances it is not a matter of Bur
prise, nor perhaps of objection to us, that we
should have been modest in our announce?
ment. We promised to present little but a
reoord of events, and euch suggestions as
might occur upon the problem of social re?
construction, which was the paramount labor
then before us; and in turning to the record
of the year we venture to assume that we
have at leaBt accomplished as much as we
proposed; and though we are conscious that
there is muoh we have failed to do-though
there has been much of arbitrary power
which we have failed to characterize, as
among a people conscious of liberty, it
should have been; and though we have failed
to present a solution to the great political
problem in which we have been working,
and forced to realize that we were not sui
juris upon the subject of our fortunes, we
havo ventured to suggest no aggressive meas?
ure, and have been forced to accept "the situ?
ation," the chief condition of which was tho
necessity to await results which we had no
agency to control;--we have yet done what, in
consistence with these conditions, was reason?
ably within the range of achievement. We
have seized upon political events asthey have
occurred, and without fear or favor have pre?
sented them in their true conditions; from no
consideration of interest have we uttered a
sentiment unbecoming the Bpirit of our
ruined cause, and have endeavored, and we
venture to hope have to some extent succeed?
ed, in presenting the character and bearing
proper to a people who, having lost the
priceless heritage of liberty, are yet pre?
pared in honesty and fairness to discharge the
obligations which even, under such circum?
stances, the necessity to preserve existence,
imposes upon them.
Since the period to which we have re?
ferred, it is obvious that there is much im?
provement. Industry and social order are,
to a great extent, restored ; the military j
authority is much more respectful of civil
rights ; there has been an earnest purpose
deolared by the Chief Magistrate of the
country to restore, if it be possible, the forms
! at least of the Republic ; and it were but jus- j
tice to oonfess that we are favored with a
better condition and brighter prospects than
were before us a year ago. Our own indi?
vidual fortunes also, if a reference to them
shall not be unbecoming this occasion, have, as
our readers will have anticipated, been much
improved. Commenoing as we have men?
tioned, and almost without funds or friei-ds, j
one of us ot least being an entire stranger to
the community, it was not to be assumed that
we would have achieved a distinguished
measure of material success, and perhaps it
were too much to assume that our material
sueoesB has been distinguished. It is cer
tain, however, that we have prospered ; the
friends who took us by the hand have sus- j
tained us. Our inteutions, if not our merits, [
have been appreciated. A wider range of
patronage eaoh month has been opened to
our enterprifo, and it is ? faot, oxhi ;iting at j
the favor we have received and our
efforts to deserve it, that we have received
more and have expended more upon our
paper within the past year, perhaps, than
ever has been received or expended upon a
paper in Charleston.
And it may not be out of plaoe here to
mention that at an early date-by the 1st of I
September, we hope-great improvements
will be made in our establishment. A fine,
powerful press is being built for us by the
Messrs. HOE & Co., the celebrated manufac?
turers; new fonts of type are on their way to
our offioe, and other material of an improved
and important obaraoter. We shall also en?
deavor to oommenoe the publication of a
semi-weekly, instead of a tri-weekly, which
waa our first intention, on the 1st of Septem?
ber, and it shall be our aim to make that en?
terprise worthy of the public confidence.
Many of our oountry friends will muoh pre?
fer, we have BO doubt, this issue to the daily.
In conclusion, we tender our most hearty
thanks to the public for its generous support,
and trust that our increased exertions for the
coming year may meet with that, enoourago
ment which has been awarded to us for th?
past twelve months.
CHARLESTON FERIALE INSTITUT?.
MRB. WOTTON HAS MUCH PLEASURE IN AN?
NOUNCING to her frien?s md the puhllo lhat |
her SEMINAR? will bo opened for the reception of pu?
pils on the 3d of September at No. - MEETING ST.,
one door north of the South Gardlua Hali.
The considerable experience of the Principal* whose
personal attention will be devoted to 'be interest of her
school, leads her to indulge th? hope that Bhe will be
sustained by ber native city.
Circular? containing particulars may be obtained at
the residence, Meeting street, afar the 20th inst.
ACADEMY OP OCR L*DY OF MERCY,
THE DAILY EXERC18E8 OF THIS INSTITUTION
will be resumed, CORNER BULL AND COMiNG
BTREBTS, September 2d. 6 August li
ACADEMY OF OU rt LADY OF MERCY,
THE EXERCISES OF TBIS ACADEMY WILL BE RE
SUM; O on Holiday, September 3.
Thih Institute, situated in the healthy locality of Sum?
ter, affords a moot desirable retreit, and overy facility to
young ladies wishing to obtain 1 thorough, useful and
For particulars, anply to the Superioress of the-Sisters I
of Mercy, Charleston ; or to the Siperioress ol the Acad?
emy, Sumter. August 0
ALEXANDRIA FKAIALK SEMINARY,
No. 62 WASHINGTON STREET ALFXANDRU, VA.
THE BENIGN BhGINS t-EPIEMBER 12, I860 THE
course of inst uc ion will b? thorough, including
th? usual accomplishments. Oottpetont assistants have
been engaged. Au-ple puilosojhical apparatus, also
maps, globes, a Quo teles ope, Ac, belong to the school.
The frohool Build?nus, well arrangpd for the purpose,
are eligibly located in the most beautiful and healthy
ipart ot the city,
For Catalogue, containing all aecescary information,
apply to K. SEMPER, Principal.
August 10 _imo
URSULDNH ACADEMY OF THE IIHMACU
LATE CONCEPTION. "VALLE CBUCI8," HEAR
COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
THE LADIES OF THI8 INSTITUTION HAVE '
I so far reoovered from the loss entailed on them
by the burning of their "Oosvent aud Academy"
as to ne able to resume its Academic Exercises on the
First Monday in September.
Tern s per SOUOLASTtO YEAR OF TEN MONTHS,
payable half yearly in advance :
THIBD CLASS- uition in Engliih, French, and Piano,
with Boa>d, Lodging, Washing, Fuel and Lights, $600
SECOND CLASS-Tuition in English, French, Drawing.
Piano, Guitar, and Vocal Music with Board, &c, $800.
FIRST Cuss-Tuition in English, Fienoh, Latin,
Piano, Harp, Guitar, Vocal Music, Drawing, and Pastel
Painting, with Board, &c, $1000.
8SF No Pupil is received under twelve years of age,
and stace the small residence can accommodate only a
limited number (25j, thoBe,between the ages of fifteen
and twent.N are preferr d.
83S~ Applications for admission may be made to the
MOTU ER 8DPKhIOR, Columbi?, or to Rliiht Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, Charleston, 8. C.
MT. ZION INSTITUTE, WI VS BORO', S. C.
THE >XERCIHEH OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
resumed Monday, the 16th of July.
TEAMS run SESSION:
Board with Tuition iu all itu branches except Phi?
losophy, OhemtHtry, and French.$180
Tuition of day scholars in tho classical or higher
English aud Mathematical departments. 30
Tuition in other brauchps from $12 to. 20
Course ot Chemistry or Philosophy. 15
The above rates reckoned in t!>o curroucy of the coun?
try. Pajmcnt required half in advance-the residuo at
the close of the seasioi).
Students required to furnish bod linen, covering, aud
towels. G. A. WOODWAHD,
HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
THF EXHRC18KS OF TH Ii INSTITUTION WILL BR
resumed ou the SEUOND MONDAY IN SEPTEM?
BER, and continue ten months. The numoer of pupils
is bini ' d to twelve.
The Principal is 0 graduate in honors oi Cambridge,
Ennlaiid, and has had more than twenty years experience
as a teacher in the South.
Careful and tno-ough instruction will be given in the
LATIN and GREEK OLASSK S, French and Spanish,
with a complete course of English studies, including
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic and Book-Keep
Pupils will be treated in aU respects as members of
his family, and will receive the undivided caro and at?
tention of the Principal in the preparation of their
Re'erences-Tn the Faculty of the South Carolina
University, and to present and former patrons.
For terme and lurther particulars, address the under?
signed. RICHARD FORD, A M.
Columbia, August, 1868. stuth August ll
WANTED TO RENT, A. SMALL UNFUR?
NISHED ROOM in the central part of the city.
Address, ?tating terms, M. M., No. 266 King street, er
Box No. 282 Po.stofflce._1*_August 14
WASTED, A WET NURSE, EITHER
whit? or colored-former preferred. Apply at
No, 37 HASEL STREET, three doora east of AnBon.
August 14_ 1*
WANTED.-A SM* LL COMFORTABLE
H ?SE (must be in a good neighborhood), with
about four Booms; within fire or ten minutes walk of
Broad and Boy streets. Ad dross K, Daily Ne? s Office,
? stating locality, ftc._3*_August 14
COLORED WOMAN DESIRES TO WAIT
upon a lady or family going North, for a few
mo..the, either as maid or nurse; unexceptionable ref?
erences of character and capacity given. Anply in
TENTWORTH.BTREET, ONE DOOR FROM RUT
LEDGE, south side._2_August 13
WANTED, A WHIT BJ WOMAN, TO DO
general boase work. To one well recommended,
liberal wages will be paid. Apply at No. 28 RUTLEDGE
AVENUE. 6 AugUBt ll
IF ?OU A*ANT TO SAVES MONEY, BUY
your BOOTS and SHOES at
August 9_30_No. 391 King-street.
WANTED, A CAPABLE COOK-ONE
who can come well recommended and under
I Stande ber business. Apply at HASEL-STREET, third
? door below Au son-street. *" J uly 27
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LADY, A SITUA?
TION as TEACHER, either in the city or coun
try. For further particulars, inquire at thia office.
* GENTS WANTED FOR
/i. THE LIFE AND 0 YMPAIGNS OF
GtNERAL (STONEWALL) JACKSON,
By Prof. R. L. DABNET, D. D., of Va.
The Standard Biography of the Immortal Hero. The I
only edition authorized by his widow. The author a [
personal friend and Chief oi Staff of the Christian Sol?
dier. We want an Agent in every county. Send for
circulars and see our terms,
AddreBg NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Main s tree ti, -
August 7 Imo* Richmond, Virginia.
MOUNT PLEASANT, LOTS-FOR SALE,
FOUR BUILDING LOTS, in the Town of Meunt j
Pleasant, finely located; each Lot 100 feet front by 226 '
deep. Apply at No. 81 MARKET STREET?
AugUBt 14 _1*
FOR SALE, A CORNER STORE AND
DWELLING, with large lot, desirably lecated on !
the main road at Rlkersville, Persons wanting a stand
for a fine business are invited to examine the property,
very siual) amount of cash required, and balance on !
terms to suit purchaser. Apply to R, H. R, Key-bex |
No. 06, Oharleaton>P. O.
FOR SALE, ST. ANDREW'S HALL LOT,
in Broad street near Friend, with the B?lidings
Apply to nBOUGLAS NISBET,
At the Office of Scriven & Nisbet,
No. 109 East Bay, next south of Courier Office.
HERETOFORE CONDUCTED UNDER THE NAHE I
of B. F. SIMMONS St CO., is this day dissolved j
by mutual consent.
In future the business will be carried on by E. F.,
Those indebted to the above Firm will make payment
to B. F. SIMMONS, who ia legally authorised.
< B. F. SIMMONS.
Charleston, August 18th, 1868. 1 August 14
DIS?OLUT ON OF COPARTNERSHIP
TdE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING BE
TWEEN H ULLI VAN St CO., and subsequently be?
tween TOALE & HUI L1YAN, ls this day dissolved by
mutual conset; either partner will liquidate the debts
of the firm. All persons indebted are herebyv notified
to make immediate payment.
P. P. TOALE. ^
AUgUBt 13 a*_D. A. J. SULLIVAN.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the firm of SIMONS BROTHERS, was dis?
solved by the death of KEATING L. SIMON*, on 14th
January last. All perBons indebted to the said firm will
please make immediate payment to
SEDGWICK SIMONS, Survivor.
IHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH MB ? THE
management of the Charleston Hotel, Mr. GEORGE
G. MIXER, lens and favorably known to the travelling 1
public The Hotel will hereafter be conducted under
the name and stylo of WHITE h MIXHR.
Charleston, August 1._August 8
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING THIS BAY FORMED
a Copartnership under the sty'.a ni SHEPHERD,
DUO ? COHEN, for manufacturing MM WARE of all
descriptions. They will also dealt n StoveB, Grates and
House Furnishing Goode, at No. 422 King-street, Charles?
ton, S. 0.
FRANOIS H DUO.
July lat, 1860. MoDUFP COHEN.
COPARTNBH SHIP NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and style of AUSTIN St ALBEE
haa this day dissolved, according to aiticles of agree?
ment. (Slgnod.) EARLES AUSTIN.
0 BARLES H. ALBEE.
THE UNDERSIGN HD
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BUHINEaS, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR?
REN. The business will hereafter be conducted in the
name of ALBEE ii WARREN, No. 42 MARKET
STREET. CHARLES H. ALBEE.
July 9 _
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYE THIS DAY FARMED A !
Copartnership for carrying on the REAL ESTATE,
8TO0K BROKERAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, under the name and style of MA0BE1H St
RAVENEL. .7. RAVENEL MAOBBTH.
August 1, 1860. DANIEL RAVENEL, JB.
MACBETH St RAVENEL,
REAL ESTATE, 8TO0K BBOKEBS, AUOTIONEEBB
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
OFFICE-STATE BAKE OOBNEB BBOAD AND EAST BAY,
Will attend to the purchase and sale of BEAL ES?
TATE, STOCKS, BONDS, and all negotiaole paper,
strictly on commission; a'HO, all artiolea of merchandise
whioh may be entrusted to our care.
J. RAVENEL MACBETH.DANIEL RAVENEL, JB.
JAMES ADGER St CO. IO. T LOWNDES St CO.
ADAMS, FROST St CO. RAVENEL it CO.
Col. D. L, MoKAY,
President Peoples' National Bank.
DISSOI UTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE rOPARTNER8HIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the firm of AITKINS, NOYES St JOH 8TON,
was dissolved on the 1st of July last by mutual consent.
OHAS. W. NOYES,
August 3 36
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CERTIFICATE OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BE?
TWEEN . HABLES W. NOYES, OP CHARLESTON,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, OF THE TOWN OF NEW
WINDSOR, ORANGhl COUNTY, STATE OF NEW
YORK, WILLIAM GhAHAM. OF THE CITY. COUN?
TY AND STATE OF NEW YORK, AND JAMES AIT?
KIN, OF THE CITY OF WEST HOBOKEN, IN HUD-1
tfON COUNTY. STATE ?F NEW JERSEY.
'Ibis Certificato hereby wltuossoth that tho under?
signed have, by virtue of an Act ol tho General Assem?
bly of South Carolina, entitled "An Act to authorize
tho formation ol Limited Partnerships," formed a
Limited partnership, as follows:
First-The nanio or firm under which said Partner
ship shall bo conducted ia NOYES & VAIL.
secondly.- Tho general nature of the buaincBS to bo
trausacted is the Wholesale and Jobbing Dry Goods
Thirdly.-CHARLES W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W
VAIL are General partners, and WILLIAM GRAHAM
and JAME?I AITKIN aro tho Special Partners.
Fourthly.-The amount of capital which each Bpectal
Partner has contriouted to tho Common Stock of saH
Partnership is aa follows: William Graham twelve
thousand five hundred dollars In caah, and James Ait
kin twelve thousand five hundred dollars in o ?sh.
Fifthly.-The said Partnership commonces on the
second day of July, 186G, (eighteen hundred and sixty
six), and Bhall terminate on the flrat day of July, 1867
(eighteen hundred and slxty-aevon),
NATHANIEL W. VAIL.
August 3 86
CITY ( OU*CIL,
THE REGULAR ME* TIN f* WILL BE HELD THIS
?AT, ls Connell Chamber, at 5 P. at.
W. H SMITH,
Augnst 14 _1_Clerk cf Oonncil.
SURVI VOA S' ASSOCIATION OF CHARLES
_ TON DISTHICT.
fTlHE MONTHLY MEETI G WILD BE HELD THIS
JL EVENING, at the Charleston Hotel Club Boom, at
By order of the President.
. .0. E. CHICHESTER,
TOS?" CAROLINA FRIENDLY SOOIKTY.
T . QUARTERLY MEETlbG OP THIS SOCIETY
din ?.bo held Thu dening, the I4fch instant, at No.
TV?t ^""C-^reet, at 8 o'clock prcjlsely. The Arrear
nlT>l?i?6rfaa ttnd ,he ralea Btrictly enforced,
j By order ol J- B. SHIRER, President.
.""""... H W. TIENO?EN,
August 14 _P 8. and Treasurer.
I ??^JF,^'R,IICK BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
rpHE MONTHLY MEETING OP THIS SOCIETY
_|_ wm be held This Evening, in Masonio Hall, at ?>
o clock. J0HN Mo nAHON, .
August 14_1 _Secretary.
LANDMARK LODGE No, 76, A. F. M.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THI8 LODGE)
will be held This Evening, Tueiday, Hthinsi, at
8 o'clock, at the Masonic Hall.
MjWIh" M. M. Degree will oe conferred.
By order of the W. M.
V. J. TOBIAS,
August 14 , 1_ Secretary.
MTNA FIRE! ENOINE COMPANY?
A ITtND THE BEGULAB MONTHLY MEETING*
A. of yi urOompnny, This Evening, 14th instant, al
half-past 8 o'clock af Market Hall.
Members are equosted to bo punctual, as business of
Importance will be submitted.
By order : JOHN MoLEISH,
August 14 1 . -- Seoretary.
_ TO BENT, &o.
TO R, RN T.-TWO VERY DESIRABLE
OFFICES, on first floor of Charleston Library
Buliaimc, *?tT Broad and Church streets. Apply
from it A. M, to a P. M., to WM G. MAZYOX,
Aagurt 14 1_ Librarian 0. L. 8.
TO LB 9,-ELE? I NTL Y FURNISHED
LODSIIflS, with BU AR" If desired, in that splen?
did maneio*, "THE RIPLEY HOUSE," No. 9 GEORGI
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
DGPABTMEN P OP TH(5 80UTH, CHARLESTON.'
AUGUST 14, 1W?.- TWO DOLLARS R WARD.-Lost,
yesterday afternoon, bot ?era South Commercial Wharf
and the Citadel, a largo MALACCA CANE, with ivory
handle aui namo engraved on it. The above reward
will be yeU en Hs return io B, O TYL1IB, '
?revet Major-General and Chief Q. M., Citadel.
Augutt 14 8
OW SVRAYED INTO THE PRE BUSES,.
No. 14 Kag street, on the 10th inst. The owner
can have herby proving property and paying expenses.
Augnst 18 2*
] .W-VBREB SMALL KEYS. THE
I J . Safer will be rewarded by bringing thean te the
subsoil se* ta No. ll Broad street. L. B, HANKS.
FOUND, A LARGE NEWFOUNDLAND
DOG. The owner can have the same by proving
Sreperty and paying expenses, by applying at the COB
ER OF LINE AND ST. PHILIP-STREETS.
August 14 1*
BOARDING-TWO OR THREE GENTLE
MEN, or a Lady and Gentleman, can be accom?
modated with BOARD, by applying at No. 12 WENT?
WORTH STREET, three doorsbeiow Anson. July 24
E. Itt. WHITING,
?ORONES A-sD MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 84 CHAL?
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MoINNIS* Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Mee?.
ing.stwsA May SO
THE UNDERSIGNED HEBEBY GIVES NOTICE TO
the Tax Payers of the town of Summerville that he
?rill be at tte Town Hall on tho 16th and 16th of August, .
between the hems of 10 A. M. and 2 P. M" to receive
The Bosks will bo closed on tho lat of September,
?ff? vjSSi* &e*? executions will be issued against all
By order of Oounoil. JAM1B PURCELL,
Snmmervllle, August ?tb, 1800. Olerk.
August 7 j_ tuthmSfrntha
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS t
ALL SOLDIERS NOW IN, OR WHO HAVE BEER
diselarged from, the United States Army, are en?
titled to ONE HUNDRED DOLLArtS EXTRA BOUNTY.
Send your Bornes, or call in person, at this office, and
UNITED STATES CLAIM OFFICE,
T. HURI EY, Agent,
No. 160 Meoting-street, Charleston, g. ?,
August 7 Imo
TO INSU BETHE TREASURY 0? THE STATES OP
the Holy Soo complete independence during the
negotiations pending between the Governments of
Franse and Italy for the liquidation of the Papal State
debt, His Bolinees, POPE PIUS IX, by Pontifical Aot of
the 11th April, 1866 decreed the erai selon by subscrip?
tion of the loan now OBV d to the public.
Although fermer loans have co'iimanded nearly par,
His HollneiB, in view of the present condition of mone?
tary mat'ere, not W1P1".;.U(J . impose A sacrifice upon
those willing to assist him in surmounting his present
temporary embarrassments, as .veli as to present in?
ducements to capital, bas decided te issue this loan at
sixty-six (66} dellars gold for the one hundred dollar
The Bends, payable to bearor, are of COO francs, or
one hundred dollars (gold), eaoh bearing 6 percent in?
terest j*? sui?, in gold, the coupons payable semi?
annually, ea the 1st of April and the 1st of October, in
Paris or In Nsw york, Philadelphia and New Orleans, at
the enrseat ra e of exohonge. Tho issue being at 66
I dollars (sold will give more than iy2 percent, interest
on the investment
, From 1870, $12,000 will be annually appropriated for
the purchase of the Bonds; the amount of interest of
those oaaeeHed will oe applied to the further reduction
of the debt.
It is bolieved that this loan will commend itself to
capitalists geHer Hy, and undoubtedly will to all good
Catholics having at heart a A siro to prove that His
Holiness never addressee hims-lt to them in vain.
No investment can prei-out greater "oourity than one
guaranteed, ai> this U, by the plodgod faith of a State
which has olwaya pnnctua ly fulfilled evory engagement
of its Pontifical Hoad.
Subscriptions recoivod and Coupons paid ot the fol?
lowing Basking Houses :
Messrs bDWAilb ?LOUNT Ai C9 , Parle, France.
Mes?is." BUlfO^N, SHERMAN & CO., Nassau street,
corner Pino, New York.
Mcs?rs. DitEXKL Si CO., No. 34 South 3d street, Phil?
Messrs.-, New Orleans.
Snbuciiptions also received by Mr. JOHN. B. MUR?
RAY, No, 18 Nassau street, Now York.
THE VENERABLE CATHOLIC CLERGY, THOUGH
OUT 'ho United States and tho Cauadas (to expedite thie
goi d wura), will please receivo subscriptions and the
amoun thereof, ami forwii'd tho same by Draft or Ex?
press to 'hu Central Ofhcu ut the Banking House ol
Messrs DUNCAN, SHERMAN Si CO marked on the en?
velop* "Pontifical Loan," on reoeipl.of which the Bonds
wiH be immediately tiantimliteri to thom.
ROBERT MURPHY, Agent,
I unite with the most Reverend tho Archbishops o
BaltiMO?? and Ve'v York, to whom 'lr. ROBERT MUR?
PHY has brought lotto's nf introduction, and has
Bhown his credentials, and earnestly commend the ob?
ie, t of hie mission to the Reverend Clergy and the
Laity. P. N. LYNCH, D.D.
Bishop of Charleston.
Charleston, S. C., August 0, 1866.
August 7 tuths?*
C. J. M'KLSPfiGRBLL,
3XrO_ 3 7 Hi I IST K STREET;,,
BETWEEN KING AND 8T\ PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DB80RIPTIOV AND BUILD.
IN G M > TE RIAL constantly on h ma at thelowosfe
market pri?es,' ,, ,
June 5?9 ?nIyr