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GATHOAST, MCMILLAN * MOKTDN,
c?o. 18 HAYNE-STREET
SO FBWR DEALERS..*
LARGEST CIRCULA DOW IN THE ?1*T
LARGEST CIRCULATION fi? THE CIT?
???THE T_,IST OF LiiCTTURS
maining in the Po st office at the end
of eaoh weaH is published officially
In 'THE DA UL. Y NBW8 every ITri
j>iew? ?Suiiima-J y.
Ex-Govcrnor PIOKENS has been stopping at Bar
num'a hotel in Bdtimore for several days."
Mrs. JEFFERSON DAVI* arrived in Baltimore from
Fortress Monroe un Tuesday morning, and break?
fasted at Barnum's, a ;d left in the train for New
Ex-Governor HAHN and Judge WABNOUTH, of
Louisiana, are at St. Louis. They will remaiu
there several days. Tne former is still suffering
from his woonda.
The>granite arch over the spot on which the
Pilgrims landed atPlymou-h Roik, has been car?
ried up twelve feet by the Pilgrim Society, but
?work has been suspended upon it for want of
The Military Commission at Raleigh, N. C., of
which General R0OBB is President, will, it is ex?
pected, try the civilian officers of tho Freedmen's
Bureau against whom charges were preferred on
account ef General STKEDMAN'S report.
In consequence of the rapid increase of the
oholera at New Orleans, and the sanitary condi?
tion of that oity, General BAIRD has requested of
General HOWABD permission to employ five addi?
tional surgeons to attend destitute freedmen.
General SBEBIDAN has forwarded bis resigna?
tion, it is said, to the Proaident, not relishing obe?
dience to the Attorney-General of Louisiana.
The Cabinet decided not to accept the resignation,
bot the General will pe rai st if the objectionable
order be not rescind* d.
A dispatch from San Francisco says that the
contributions from Dhe Paoifio coast of the United
States will require about eight hundred square
feet. The collection of minerals is large, and will
embrace specimens from all the Paoifio States and
Major-General MILKS, in command at Fortress
Monroe, reports that there ia no material change
in the health of JEFF. DAVIS. He now bas liberty
to walk at will within the limits of the fort, bnt
exhibits less inclination to do so than when his j
liberty was more restricted. .
. The Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company
have issued $1,000,000 of mortgage bonds for the 1
construction of twenty-five salles of new road, to -
tue instead of an equal number of miles of the I
Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati Railroad, j
which they have hertofore used for their Cleve- ,
A young man named LLOYD visited a young [
lady at Frankford, Mo., who?-e parents wer? op- 1
posed td his attentions, and while endeavoring to 1
arrange with biajbethrothed for their, marriage, a 1
quarrel ensued between' him and the i eirl'a pa- (
rents, and he killed them both with a knife and
then fled, but was pursued and arrested.
The Richmond Whig sayei: ''Eight hundred
buehele of new Virginia wheat is now being dis?
charged from a canal boat in. the dook, aa.; ia ho?
ing put ab lard tho sohoonr Elmira, for balti?
more. 'The cause of this u the low price bore a?d
the bjgh pri?e there. Prime white in thia city is
12.70 Sales in Baltimore on Tuesday were at
, The Siamese Twins passed through Lynchburg
the other diy bound northward; whereon news?
paper men grow funny. One tay* that being
practical nnioni ta it ia supposed they were mak?
ing their way to the Philadelphia Convention.
Another states they came by the same train. And
another, that they seemed as much attached to
eaoh other aa ever. |
Thirty-nine counties in Kontuoky give Judge ,
DDYALL a maj rity of thirty-nine thousand. The
remaining counties will increase the majority to
fifty thousand. Only five counties oct of thirty- 1
nine have given opposing majorities. Thia is il 1
beginning, l t UM h"P', of thai Conservative move- 1
ment wbioh, in & short time, will consign the Rad
?als to ut er n 'tilingueas.
At Indianapolis, the National Association of
Sohool Superintt n lenta have resolved to urge the
Educational Bureau in O mgress. Hou. IS WHITE '
has been fleeted Piesidout of the AsaOii-ttiou,
The school fund munutits to more than seven mil- 1
lions of dollars. The Am ri ian Norm il Asaocia
tion antflhi Nation 11 Teachers' Association aro in
session at Indiiiinpiilia.
News from China and Japan to the middle and
last of June is received The shipments of tea
for the pi^t ne * BOU h'vebeenthe largest ever
known. At Japan tba representatives or the
United StatHH, EngUn ', France, and Holland
had united whh the authorities in eat blish
ing a new export and import tariff, which niuBt
very favorably aff c* tfinmeroial relations. 1
M. 8-?rB. HENRY & H tunis, of Oma-la, have man?
ufactured a oneeBH at tlie Iugeraoll Factory that
weis IIB three and a half tons. It measures six
feet eight innht-e in breadth, and Ihr-e feet in
thickness. The milk need iu the manufacture
weighed 35 ton?, un I w ia fur daued by 8 0 cows.
Tilia Ki .g o' Cheese, will be pl to*d on exhibition
at the Pr.ivtuci il F dr to be held uext month at
Tor in to.
The United States Cit-tom officers at New Or?
leans have seized for fraudulent, undervaluation at
that pore 6069 ?a?ks, 17,814 C?B68,1 3,238 boxes, 80
hogsheads HU<I 17 b?nela of wine, all imported
from Bordeaux. Th-se wines are valued above
$8Oi>,Oi0 They were imnorted by various firma.
TheBo whole?* e undervaluations look like a gi
gantio oom lunation to defraud the Government of
Commodore LAWMAN, commanding the Atlantio
Coast Squadron, reports to the Navy Department
from Charleston, on the 11th inet, that in view i
ordure in regard to smuggling, or negro stealing
atornear Smyrna, Fia., Commander SAETOBI, with ,
the UuheJ Btatea steamer Agawam, had lately
v.sited that place, as well as Fernandina and Ha
vannah, but did not learn of any ill?gal Iralbo,
nor of any violation of law and order upon tim
"A Richmond paper is informed that an enter?
prising Yankee visited the Conn* of Fauquier re?
cently and succee ed iu engaf g twelve or tour
teen of '"MOBB?'B m. n? *,*> North and ride tour?
naments. He is to foot all expels, iurnish
them with flue hors.?, and pay them three dol ara
a day. He boldly approached MOSBY himself with a
proposition, ?*?-?UR him first fifty dollars a day
and gradely increasing the offer to one hundred
and twenty-five, which, of courue, was declined.
We ar? curious to see the a mouncement of the ,
first performance. By way of friendly warning |
to this original caterer to the public enjoyment,
we advise him to deal fairly with "the boys," for
if he dues'ut, they won't leave a whole bone ii'
?sr a=i uomuiu>MVtuwtu truvTweu for puvctvactun <>
this journal must be audreasea to the Eduor oj
the Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, (Marleston,
(j. G. Business (Jommunioations to Publisher of
Daily News. , . .
m ounnoi undetiake to return rejeoted communica?
Advertisement outside of the oily must be accompa?
nied with the oath.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1866.
TEE NEGRO CODE AND OUR P0L1VY.
The wisdom of innotion is often the great?
est, as it ?8 the most difficult, to praotioe. It |
requires a patience and self-possession by no
means coramos amongst men. To be trying,
when trying can only complicate our difficul?
ties, is the course of the unwise, weak or
timid. In nice cases out of ten, waiting is
success; for time does more for men than
they cnn do foi: themselves.
There never was any ocoasion requiring
nore patience and forbearance inaction than
mr subjugation. It was plain to the observ?
ant that, although the Southern States were
lonquered, the interests of the Northern and ?
Southern Stateo were so identified, politically,
hat the ruin or prosperity of both required
k common policy. As the passions awakened
>y war oooled, it would be perceived that a
lespotism over the Southern Statea must also
>e a despotism over the Northern and West?
on States, Self-interest, therefore-the self
ntereBt of the North-would compel a policy
>f forbearance and anion. True wisdom, for |
he South, was to wait-io do nothing-until
.he people of the North should realize their |
;rue condition and final polioy. There were
sut one of two oourses for them to pursue.
Fhey must consider us MB conquered provinces,
md then the President of the United States |
jould do nothing whatever to shape our re?
lations towards the Northern States. From
the Origin of thu Government of the United
State?, Congress only has had the power to
presoribe rules for governing Territories or |
admitting them as States into tho Union.
But if Congress should exorcise this power
bo establish ten States as subject Territories,
it was olear it would be practically the an?
nihilation of the Constitution of the United
States, and the ereotion of a gigantio despot?
ism for the governance of both the North
und South. But if the other alternative was
adopted, and the Southern States were con?
sidered to be States of the United States,
then neither Congress nor the President of
ihe United States could have any control
whatever over tho constitutions or the insti?
tutions of the Southern States. These were
exclusively within the oontrol of the Slates.
One or the other of these two alternatives of
policy, it was dear, must be adopted by the
Government of tho Uuited States. They in?
volved entirely different measures of legis?
lation, on the part of the Southern Stuten, j
to plaoe them io oomformity. Under such
circumstances, was it not the plain dictate of j
wisdom for tho Southern States to wait until
ihe course ot' the Government of the United
States was definitively determined ? A great
deal of unwise and perhaps humiliating
Itgislation would be saved. Instead of this
Bourne, however, we entered upon a career
of satisfying our conquerors. Without self
oonfidenoe, it was very natural, per >aps, al-1
though not wiso, thit we should sur?
render our institutions and change and al- j
ter our oonsiitut ons to suit their caprices
or will. Amongst tho un wi sn acts of our
legislation was the Negro Code we adopt
Bd. Totally ignorant of the relations the
Government of tho Uuited States would J
recognise between those we had liberated
aud tho white race, wh i Int yet under military
domination, we undertook ibo task ot' making
laws doterm?niog these relations. Ot'courue
our legislation was contemned and nullified.
We weakly assumed a fact which did not
exu?t-ihat we were a people, governing our
Belves. Our ode was re fused operation by
those who governed us. This lesson, io preg?
nant with iuxt.ruotiou, it seems, however, IH
likely to be lost upon us. We see itst?it d
in th? papers that one o' the objects tor aa
8' milling (ho Legislature of the State shortly
teether, is to get it to tinker at ih" '-Negro
Onde." Wo hay* now no inore self'-govom
ment than we had who i wo m ide this Code.
Our status with respe-fc to ihe Northern
States is now no more determined than it was
then. Incapable of enforcing our laws in
South Carolin?i, our legislation can be noth?
ing but an act of obedience to the authority
over us. For our legislation to be operative,
it mu t carry out the polioy of the Rid ion le,
a* declare" in the Civil Rights Law nf Con
gr?as. The President, in his veto of this
law, declared it to be unconstitutional.
Shall we go with the Radicals against top
President, and enforce it as constitutional?!
The dignity of a people is always e<>n8?Hteut
with their highest interest. Shall we agaiu
try to cmmeud ourselves to* our rulers bv
altering this Code, after the signal rejeotion
of our previous efforts in making it? Doe?
not self-respect, as well as interest, imperi?
ously require that we should wait, at least
until the constitutionality of this act is tested
before the Sapreme Court of the United
States? And even if itB constitutionality
was affirmed by the Supreme Court of the
United States, had we not better wait until it
is determined whether the Radical party of
the United States will not be overthrown?
If they are overthrown, the policy of treat?
ing the Southern States as conquered colonies
will be abandoned; the Representatives from
the Southern States will bo admitted into
Congress; the Civil Rights Aot will be re?
pealed ; the Freedman's Bureau will be
abolished; the relations between the negroes
and the white people of the Southern Stntes
will be left to tho legislation of the Southern
States. If these things are not only possible,
hutprobable, what fatuity must it be not to
(aw tit their development ! We suffer moon
venhncesin our present position, it is true;
but they are not unbearable, considering
that we have borne them so long; and doubt?
less they will bo greatly mitigated, when it is
obvious that tho Radical rule ?B Boon to ter?
minate. Our true policy is to legislate in no
way, concerning tho negro until we havo our
relations towards him settled and deter?
mined, witn a perfect knowledge that our
legislation will be effectually enforced in the
State. Neither iear nor suoserviency can
then be supposed to affect our legislation.
By oar unwise and hasty legislation, we lost
our slaves without compen?i>''on. Let us not
repeat and aggravate the folly by aiming at
an impracticable equality, which must end,
practically, in plaoing over os our former
--,-1-. ? .
MR. HENRY CLAY DEAN, a delegate from
Indiana to the Philadelphia Convention,
whoBe anti-war antecedents made bim ob?
noxious to some of the thin-skinned members
of the Convent on, followed the course pur?
sued by FERNANDO WOOD and Mr. VALLAN
DIGHAM, and deolined to present his certificate
of election In his letter announcing his
purpose, be characterizes "Congress," as at
preBeDt constituted, as "a legislative- mob,"
and declares himself "against teBts and test
oaths other than those prescribed by the
Constitution/and against those monstrous re?
trospective test oaths whioh were never writ?
ten in the English language before they were
foroed upon this country."
?'The resolutions of 1798-9," Mr. DEAN
says, "are the great truths which He at the
foundation of our civil republican system."
WANTED, WAiTBKS AT THE PAVIL?
ION HOTEL. 1 AudUBtlS
WA*TKD, A WOMAN TO MI V O ? ( HILO
and mate hfioalf generally useful about the
house. Appiy at ->o. 61 WEATWORTH-STREET.
An gnat 1?_}__
* SITUATION WANT BD B? A RIO
Pi BPtOTAbLEW ite Woman to do cooking and
Wa bin? f ir a an a 1 family, or Cooking alone. Apply
No. 68 Q O KEN-STREET, up stairs. .
Augu-i 18_ il .
WANThD IO KE'T-t HOUSE, SUI''
ABLb t?a miall family without children-must
be located i i the central part of the c ty. inquire at E.
H. KB LE><8 & DU., ?so. 181 Meeting street.
August 16_6 ?<
IE? mU WANT T?? SAVJB MONEY, BUY
your BOOTS and SHOES at
WANT KD, BY A YOUNG LA??Y, A SI . CA?
TI iN aa TEACHER, either in "heoitv or coun?
try. For further particulars, inquire at thia office.
July 20 _
? GENTS WAFTED ?UK
A THE LIFE ANO 0 MPAIGN8OP
G. NERAL (STONEWALL) JACKSON,
Bv Pror R. L. DABNKV, D D , ol Va.
The Stand <rd Biography of th? Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorized by bia wumw. Tho author a
personal frieud and Chief ot Staff of the Christian Sol?
dier. We wa-1 an Agent in every county. 8eud for
circulars aud Bee our t- rm?,
addiesi NATIONAL PUBLISHING 00.,
Corner 7tu and Main streets,
AuauBt 7 lrar* Kionmond. Viruinia.
TO RENT, ftp._
TO HKNT, A C i>M KO lt TA BLE H< US??',
containing f ur rooms, at No. 12 AMHERST
i-TRElT Apply on the premises, to RICHARD TO.
BIS. 3* August 18
I'O IIH.NT, A HIIUS-* AT T.i IC \ KST SC\ D
I (,f Beaufnln street, containing four room-; wi 1 hi;
rf-nted until la? November Inqniieat Ko. lol Bl'AU
FAI S BTRE?T._'J ? " August 17
'po H KN r, A i'<% *T "P A HOUSK SITC
I A t'KD iii the pon'hwestern pirt ul t ia city, C'Ui
tining thrie flue remua, won large pantry, private
? t<ure&'\ donnie plazz-iBto the Routh, kilohon, due well
oi wa'er, AC IO a reapi-i-ta 'le f4tn ly, the rent will bi'
ttt'Mnty-ilve (25) ? ol?ais per mouth. Apply ?t . ourier
rpo I. KT. - -LU'S rVTI.Y FUKPil-II f D
I T.OTX3IN<i9,'w'lh B-AR ii (li'Mrud, iu ti lit Hpleii
rt d muusion, ?THE RlPLr.Y HOOSE,'1 Ao. 9 Gi-Oii?*
Sl'HEET. AUMUat ?
VQli 8ALE. ~
FOn SA'.H:. H'llUlt PINK M U KS*, A NO '
WA tuN and ?oud HA KN KS-1. Win b- uoW ?cry
lew if . ?lied 1er a. ou t nq'iire a. No lill UKAPPA N
iTREET. 2* /itiL'MRt 17
Flt SAI.R, .t P\IU ??F" VKK% FINE
A ply to AKOHIB>il,l> HETTY & CO.,
AuMitst il 6_No '28 Meeting -trert.
F?If S\LK, A? O lt K B ST? 'K -?
DWKL INH, with 1 rge l"t, Mrsirabiv loctted on
tu>> i- ulu 'oad at Hik?-ravilie Pera ma ?Hilting a stand
mr a flue b t-uueaa ar invt-d to exitnine t-ie property,
very B - al amount of oisb ri qmre't, and balaree un
le'-ma io s . lt. piro 'ast-r. Apply to H. H lt, Key-boi
No. 65. Charleston P. ?.
AiiKiistll Btu tb?
K K MO VAL.
?1TTLE & MARSHALL. DEALERN IN AGRIOUL
j U CAL Imp ementB, Machi ery, Bee? ?, fie , havt
remov? d to No. 140 MEETING 81 RuET, o.-posite th?
Pavilion Hotel_fl_AIM mt 18
BOAttDl VG-TWO OH I II KKK Gt- RfTl.JE
riEN, or a Lady ?n i Q nt eman, can ba act- nv
uioda'ed witta HOAliD, by a, plying at l^o. 12 WKr-T
WORTH STREET, three doors below Anson, Joly 31
Ci ?PA HT WI? RH HI P.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE F RMED A COPART?
NERSHIP under the name a?'d stylo of ROD DIN
fi CAMPBELL, tor tue purp so ol conrtiieiing a WOnD
AN I' BRICK B0*INH8R at tba f ot of Hasel stree', and
respecttully solicit a share of pair nage fr >iu the public.
li W. CAMPBELL.
Charleston, S C., August lg, 18'6_August 17
Disstn u nov.
rHE FIRM OF HOWE, Di l?CIN ? CO. IS THIS DAY
diBBolvt-d by mutual consent.
T e business will beieafter be conducted by 0. and E.
0. HOWE and B. CRAIN, under the style of HOWE,
CRAIN k CO., who will fettle the accounts ot the late
Charleston, August 15,1666.
August 35_- 6;
copiKi NEKSHi" NOTICE.
IHAVE THI8 DAY ASSOCIATED WITH ME IN THE
management of the Cheleston Hotel, Mr. oEOKiJE
O M ix li lt, long ann favo ahly known to the travelling
public 'lhe Hotel will hereafter be conduced under
the name and style oi WHIlE & MIXtiR
Oharleston, August 1._* AngUBt 3
'pHE R?BSORIBER? HAVE TUS DAY FORMES A
1 Copartnership under the nunn and style ot ckOOD
RlCJfr, WINEVTAN & CO., !or the nurposeoi carrying on
a WHOLESALE DHUt* AND IMPORTING BOBIN ESS,
at No. 163 Meeting-street.
GEORGE O. GOODBIOH.
PHILIP WING MAN.
Charleston, August 1st, 1866
IHAVE THIS DAV HIHPOSFD OF MY ENTIRE
intere-t lu the DRUG BU8I^ES8 formerly conduot
ri liv me, to Messrs 00 'BRICH WINEMAN A CO
Thanking my loimer j atrouB for their liberal patron?
age, I take great p ensure lu reconnu. liding my niicoes
?ors. J. A. MuRGAN.
Charleston, August 1st, 1866.
_ AugUBt 1 _ 6 thai
DISStM Ul lOiV OP COP A. HT V ii OI?PT
THE COPARTNERSHIP HEItET'>FORE EXISTING
under the firm of A1TRI.NH, NOY' 8 * JOS STON,
was dissolved on the 1st of Juiv la-t by mutual consent.
J AM EH AITKIV.
CHAH. W NOYES,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON i I8TKI0T.
CERTIFICATE OF LIMIT PD PARTNERSHIP BE?
TWEEN . HAHLF8 W. NOY^M, OK CHARLESTON,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL, OF THE TOwN OF NEW
WISDSOH, OHANGn COUNTY, S^'IE uF NEW
YohK. WILLIAM G'AHAM. OF I He OlTY COUN?
TY AND 8TATE OF NEW YORK. AND JAMES AU'
KIN, OF THE CITY OF WKhT HOBOKEN, IN HUD?
SON C.JU.NTY 8 TATE OF NEW JE u SE y.
This Certificate hereby wltueaseth that the under?
signed have, by virtue of an Act oi the General Assem
bly of South Ctrolina, entitled "An Act to authorize
the formation ol Limited Partnerships," formed a
Limited fartnership, as fo'lnwa:
First.- The name or firm un.1er whioh Bald Partner?
ship Bliall be coi d iotfrt ia NOYES & VAIL.
.secondly.-The gener?l nature of the business to be
transacted is the Wholesale and Jo'ibing Dry Goods
Thirdly -CHARLES W. NOYES and NATHANIEL W
V,.IL are General Partners, aud WI? LIAM GRAHAM
and J A.M EH A IT KIN am the Special Partners.
Fourthly.-The amount of .capital which each Spectal
Partner has contri luted to the Common Stock ol sai i
Partnership is as follows: Willam Graham twelve
th oueand five hundred dollars in cash, and James Att?
ain twelve 'houfand five hundred doll ant in otsh.
Fif'bly.- The said Partnership commences on the
?econd day of July, 1866 (eighteen hundred and sixty
six), and shall terminate on the first day of July, 1861
(eighteen hundred and sixty-seven).
CHARLES W. .'.OYES,
NATHANIEL W. VAIL.
August 3 ,_UH
AC4D?MY UP OUR LADY OF MERCY,
THE DAILY EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION
will be resumed, CORNER BULL AND COMING
STREE ' B, September ad._jj_August 14
ACADEMY UP OUK LADY OF MERCY,
SUMTER, 8. 0.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS ACADEMY WILL BE RE
RUM D on Monday, September 8.
Tnt? iDst?tute, situated in the healthy locality of Sum?
ter, afford* a mo. t desirable retreat and every facility to
youug indies wishing to obtain a thorough, useful and
For particulars, ai.ply to the 8nperlore*e of the Sielen
of Meroy, Charleston ; or to the Superioress of the Acad?
emy, Sumter. Augunt 9
ALEXANDRIA FEMALE SK Ml ^*RV,
No 62 WASHINGTON STREUT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
THE SEsWIt'iN BEGINS SEPTEMBER 19, '866 THE
course of inst no ion will be thorough, including
the usual accoinpllehmmte. Compet nt assistants have
DePn engagea." A? pie pntioBopnicai apparatus, BIBO
mape, globes, a One teles ops, ftc. belong to the school.
The 8ohool Bulidinss, ?ell arrang d for the purpose,
ar eligibly located in the most beautiful and healthy
part ot the, otty.
F >r Catalogue, containing all necessary information,
apply to K KEMPER, Principal.
August 10_ imo
MT. ZION INSTITUTE, WIGBORO'. 8. C,
rpHE KXERCWEH OF THIS SCHCOL WILL BE
J. resumed Monday, the I8tb of July.
?EBMB FER BE88I0N :
Board with Tuition in all RH branches except Phi?
losophy, Chemistry, and Frenob.I18C
Tuition of day soholars In the classical or higher >
J-UitUah and Math emati eal deparimeuta. 81
Tallinn in other branches fr ?ni J12 to. 2<
Course o? Ohemlati y or Philosophy...... H
The above ra'es reckoned int? currency of the conn
try Pavmout required half tn advance.-the reeidue al
the close of the session.
Students required to furnish bed linen, coverlntr, and
to .els. G. A. WOJDWAKD,
HONE -CH'IOL.FOR B ?V?,
r?lHFEX R018E8 OF THI-* Ii?8TiT0TI0N WILL B S
1 resumed on the SECOND M:?ND\i IN HEFT EM
BER. Hnd continue ten months The nnm er of puplli
is iiml > d to twelve.
1 he Pili cipa] is a graduate in honors ol Cambridge
Ent/lai d and has had more than twenty years experieuct
ax a teacher in the South.
careful and ti o-ongh instruction will be given in th?
LATIN and GREEK 01.AS81' 6, French and Spanish
with a complete course of English studies, inoludin^
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic aud Booa-Keep
Pupils will be treated in a'l respects as members o:
his lum Hy, and will receive the undivided care and at
tontiou of the Principal in the preparation of theil
various Bind ?es.
Re erencwH-T > the Faculty of the Bonth Carollm
University, and to present and former patron-,
h or i erins and iurther particular*, address th" under
signed _ ltl< : H A RD * O i. D, A M.
t o umbia, August 1868. sttitb August ll
URSUlilN " A ('AHEM A nPTuE mini t Cl'
L\TE CONCEPTION 'VALLE OR?CIH," NEAR
COLUMBIA, H 0
THF. LADIES OF THIS IN TITUTION HAVI
I so far recovered from the loxa entailed on then
by the b .ruing ol' thei- ''Couvent a d Ac* erny'
?H. io n atile to resume its Aoadetnlu Exero BUS on thi
First Monday i Beptemlie-.
Ter. A per SCH. iLAST O Y FAR OF TEN MON 1 HS
payable 1 aif < early 1 advance :
i HIRD CLASS- uition in English, Frenrb, and Piano
with HIM d, i .origina. Wu-hing Stiel and Liu hts tb 0
HhCUND CLASS-hiitiou in Ei.gl'Bii French Drawing
Pian.i Huilai-, an t V cal Mu-ic ?Ph Board, *o. f8W>
Fiiurr t Liss- Tuition !u Eng usn, F wn-h. La'ln
Piano, Ham. duiiar, Vocal Music, drawing, aud Paste
Painting, vim B ard, mo flinn.
US' No Pu il is received under twelve year* of agc
and mm e tho sump resident e can acco ommiatn oiry i
lin tte i number |V5i, lliore bet-veeu thu ag. s of tiiteei
and t'eut are pnfrrr d
ag? AnplicatiouH i. r admission mav be made to th
Mo i HER siliPr'IOK, Columnii, or to Ri?ht Rev
Ui?hoi. LYNOo, Charleston, 8. C.
Align t 2 thstulmo
IOST-IHllKK -H ALL, K t- YS. 'I Hi
i tludor wi i be n-warded by |>rii ging them o th
subs ri er at No. !. Broad street. L. B UANES.
HOKI*?. MOI H;?,-8TI?I.KN fR<>M Ml
Btaiilo. at Danner's OMBH ROM?B on Wednesda;
iwht, A gust 15, a B >Y Al ARE ab ni eight years md
Rai MxrH.waa in soon oondltinn sq-iare t.uilt, brandis
UBI Con 'ett shoulder white ? u lt-ft t-ir-foot nea
the hmt i of. II c med to split, tm) i-nmewbat ron.)
from rvbbi g, and wa? with foal It te supposed Mia
the thit ? h i- gone over Baonu'a Br dge or auro-s Bee'
Ferry, un his stay o tue Islands HH mat uns-lbij
have ma e hin way tn th< ci-y. All pesons are eau
Honed against unichNsiug s<id hor-e, B- ><he eau b.
e-t-1 y ideiitifl d aud proven. Aiib-ril reward wil bi
paid for her recovery o for infntmation lesding ther
to, a- wed as Inr proof to envi.-t tin- thief Add>eei o
apply to the nnaerelgned, at the < ou i< r office, Oh rlei
ton, s 0. WILLI A M L. DAuOEflT.
PHOV?X PIKE Fi^GIM" COMPLY.
ATTEND TH I? HE U> ?lt MtiNrB,lY \IEEriNG
J\.\ ot >onr Company, This Evening, at 8 o'clock P.
ll . at the Market HalL
By ordtr. HASELL,
P^MUTTTO LOAN A\D BUI LDI H ?3 ASSO?
TBE 'TOOKH LDESas OF THIS ASPO TATION ABB
requested to attend a meo tin? on Wednesday, the
2id inst., at Hlbe ulan Hall, at 8 o'clock, ?nen a state?
ment of the eoudm m f tue Association, and other
matters of imuortanoe, will he prenante l for their con
klderation The Stockholders are request-4 to bring
the r certifl04tefl of Stock. E. JNO. WHITE,
Augustus 4 Peoretary and Treasurer.
I. O. O. P. fiKVUHALHllili OM MITT HE.
fPROPOSALS WI'L BE RECEIVED. FOB THE
I LKAaE (F THEIR ST..RE, NO. 835 KING
STREi-T. CuKNE't OF LIBERTY, for one year, with
the pri vileKO of five, np to Monday, -Aith, 4 F M.
Applications to he left wini the Heorntiry, Odd
Fellow's Hill, who wi. i give any information desired,
By order of Committee.
El WARD MITCHELL,
AngUBt 7 tuthm < Bm6 Secretary.
ASSIGN JU!'.-' AOl'ICHi. -
MESSRS. 8. Ai j. SAMPSON H iViNG MADE AN
assignment to e of all their coparme ship and
mdivi ual property *nd effects for the eneflt of their
creditors notice ls hereb given to all and singular the.
??aid oonartnershlp und ^Individual creditors, that the
deed of assi, nimmt 1H at my office for their inspection,
and that ab who di mm to avul th mselvea of the bene?
fits f its provisions must do o ou or before the 19th
tay of September, I860, the period limited by said
deed. And the itredl ors are hereby notifie'! to hold &
me-tlng for th appointment of an anent, according to
the provi-ions of tao Act of the Geni-ral lasembly,
passed in 1828. R. E. FRAMER,
July 7_ slO Ai-elgnee.
ATI P. N TIO v, Sit- DI KU S J
ALL ROLDIER8 Now IN. OR WHO HAVE BEEN
dii-c aneri f om, tho Dui art Mates Army, are en?
titled to ONE HUNDRED DOLLA >tS EXTRA BOUNTY.
Send y?ut names, or call in person, at this office, and
UNITED STATES Ol AIM OFFICE,
T. HURi EY, Agent,
No. 160 Meeting-street, Charleston, 8. 0.
August 7 p Imo
SILVER! StLVfiR! SILVER!
DOLLARS, HALVES, QUARTERS, sto.
Bought at highest rates, nv
A. M. MORELAVD. Broker,
No. 6 Bro.d-Hlrent (uo a-aira),
August H tuths 2mos 0?er Conner Si Wilson's.
I f \ 8HARES DOME LOAN AND BUILDING AB
LVJ SOOIATION S roc K.
Apply at this officn. July 18
IO BE RAFFLED,
AS SOON Ac THE 0H\N ES AH? FILLED, THE
new, beautiful, and fast sailing BOAT, "MINNE?
HAHA," 37 feet long, 8 feet beam
Lists may be seen at FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE,
Eact Bay, and Mesara. WK8T St JONES, East Bay.
Bbc may beBeeuatEB UGH Si HALLONBE'S Plan
lng Mill, on Horlbcck'- Wharf_ August 17
TO BE RAFFLED,
AS BOON AS THE OH \N0R8 ARE FILLED, AN A.
No 1 PONY, whioh can be seen at the Lower
List at LOBING & TURNER'S BILLIARD SALOON.
August 16_ 8
FOUR Ad IJLXilONtf JU OLLAE8.
TO INSURE THE TREA-?RY OF THE STATES OF '
the Holy Bee complete indepenrence during the
negotia'ionB pendiiig bet we . n the Governments of
Franoe and Italy tur the liquidation of th? Papal State
debt, His Holiness, POPE PiUS IX, by Pontifical Aot of
the 11th April, 1866 decreed tbe emission by subscrip?
tion of the loan now offe . d to the pabilo.
Altbongb foamer loans have . o i-manded nearly par,
His UoliueBB, in view ut the present condition of mone?
tary mat era, not withing to Impose a saorlfiee upon -
those wll lng to assist him lu surmounting hie present
temporary embarrassments, as well SB to present in- -
ducements to canital, bas decided to leane this loan ai
sixty-six (66) dollars gold for the one hundred dollar
Tbe Bonds, payable to bearer, are of 600 francs, or
I one hundred dollars (gold), each bearing S percent, in?
terest per annum, in gold, tbe coupons payable semi?
annually, on the 1st of April and the 1st of October, in
PariB or in New York, Philadelphia and New Orleans, at
the current ra e of oxchaune, Tbe issue being at 66
j dollar? (Hold wilMiiva-???re_than 7J?n?r oflflt interest
on th? investment
From 1870, $12,000 will be annually appropriated for
I the purchase of the Bonde; thea nount fi Interest of
those oanoelled will oe applied to the further reduction.
I of the debt. *
lt 1B believed that this loan will commend itself to
oapitallstB gener Hy, and undoubtedly will to all good
Catholics having at hartad aire to. prove that HU
Holiness never addrecaes h>ms ll to them in vam.
No investment can preteut g. eater' eourity than one
guaranteed, a? this 1*, by the pledged faith of a State
wblob has aiway* pnnctua ly fulfilled every engagement,
I of ita Pontifical Head.
Hubs riptiouB received and Coupons paid at the fol?
lowing Bankton H uses :
Mes-rs. ? DW vRti BLO?NT * 00 , Paris, Franoe.
Mesan.. DfNOiH, SU lilt M AN & CO., Naseau street,.
con er PHIP, NPW York.
. Mes-rs. DREXEL & CO., No. 84 South 3d street, Phil
Messrs.-, Nuw Orleans.
Bilbie Iptioim also received by Mr. JOHN. B, MUR?
RAY, No. 18 Naur-mi htreet, New York.
THE VE'JFRxBLE DATHOLIO OL*ROY THOUGH
OUT be Un to I SitiH s ai d the Unttad^s (to expedite thia
g - d work), wi. 1 please receive sni scriptlous and the
aranuD therenf, and lor wa d the samt by Draft or Ex?
press to'he ? entrai Office, at the Kai king douse of
Messrs DUNCAN, SHERMAN St CO marked on the en?
velop. '.Pontifical Li .an," on rec? nt of * blob thu Bonds
will be immediately transmitted to them.
ROBERT MURPHY, Agent.
I unite with the moat Reveroud the . - ''M^hopao
Baltimore and ^e v York, to whom ir OTT? ' MUR.
MiY has brought lett?'B nf iutro'1' Hon, a id has
Bhown his oredeutials and earnestly iosmund cheon
t of his mission to the R-ve--- ?igy dJd the'
"Laity. P. N. ' Y1? ...
1 shop *I marleston,
Obarlfstou, B. C., August 6, 18I10
August 7 iuthe6*
OLD mmu ira iionsi!.
GOODRICH, WINEMAV k CO.,
D1KE0T IMPORTERS VND WHOLESALE DEAL?
CHOICE DRUG-". CHEMICALS, CHEMICAL RB
AG-lVirt, FLU D EX TR At) T?, OL i.-H WA ?fi, PAINTS,.
W'ILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ONT HAND A COM?
PLETE assort i eut of tho aoove, together wltb
j all tbe mnfit approved
PATENT MEDL INES.
Whioh they offer to the 'MU and Country Trade at low?
viprchant", phy8ieUn< am Pim'erB can dppend on
"nvittu their ord rs fi led with acoiiraoy'and disp?toh,
W ebal Beep uo-?00 Ot tn mr KST.iBLISHMENTthal
we cannot warrant the quality of.
MWI'BICH, ^ IN KM AN & CO,,
No. 1?3 MEETING-ST..
?>PP0SITR CHARLESTON HOTEL.
t GEORGE O. OOODBIOH | PHILIP WINEMAH
s JOHN ASH HURST,
r AngUBt 1_ emo
BAGGING AND ROPE.
QfV B*LK8 U*DEEBVOLING
O' ' - oils Jute Bale Hope.
For sale low to o lose consign ment A p ni y to
. il UBER & CO.,
August 17 3 Adger's South Wharf.?l