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Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, McIITLLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-JTREET.
BINOLE OOPLES.5 cents
TO NEWS DK?LEB8.3 cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION EN THE CITY.
sw 1HB LIST OF XJKTTEIRS re
m"bining in the JPostorrioe at the end
of eaoh weeli is pnblished officially
in THE DA TT, Y NEWS every F"ri
New Orleans is crowded with emigrants to Mexico.
Turkey is reported as being again "sick," and Russia
and Franco wero investigating the condition of tho pa?
tient. A Ru ?ian military movement towards the Pruth
was looked for.
The Oerman steamships AlUmcnia and Hermann are
?o run au ocean race from Southampton to Now York on
their next trip. Heavy bots on the reeult were pending
Thero is considerable interest mt-?iiesled in the build?
ing of a railroad to connect Chattanooga and Cincinnati.
A convention bas just been held in Cincinnati to decide
about the best route.
The spring is forward throughout ."-louisiana. The
cane and corn crops are promising, aud prc; aratlons for
norn planting aro active. Tho upper rivers are flooded.
Colton ia com i... '.?wn freely.
A dispatch from Ne v Orleant report? that thc officers
of the brig Derty saw off Cape Oorrtentee (United States
of Colombia), a screw steamer of eight buxdro 1 lons,
under easy steam, flying the C. clean flag.
In the cafes and other hontes of entertainment in
Paris there are twenty noven U ousand seven hundred
and eleven public billiard tab iee, some Bingle houses
having as many as thirty tables. The estimated annual
receipts from these ts ??,0t0,0C0.
The Pall Mall Gazette says that there aro three hun?
dred thousand gipsies In the Danubian Principalities,
those countries having boen the first and malu Euro?
pean camping ground from which the wanderers were
afterwards diffused all over tho West.
A terrible tornado raged on the 28th ult. In and
around Evansville, Indiana, resulting In the loss of
many lives and the destruction of millions of property.
This tornado, in less force, visited many ports of that
country, but its violence In Johnson county is without
Tho arrival of emigrants from Europe for the past
three months, in the port of New York, shows an In?
crease of 17,717 ovcrthe number for the corresponding
period of last year. In 1805 the number who arrived
in New York during the first quarter was 13,350 ; same
period this year 31,073.
American farmers may learn from Russian lerfs hov
to store their corn In safety, lu Russia a pit ls deg lu
the ground, In a well-drained place, and the tides har?
dened by long exposure to fire. Before the grain ls in?
troduced straw is ignited in the pit to purify and dry
the air. It ls said to have been preserved in this way
for forty years, without deterioration.
General HOOD is tho bead of ibo house of JOHN B.
Hoon & Co , General Commission and Forwarding Mer?
chants, No. 100 Common-street, opposite City Hotel,
New Orleana JOHN C RAREI U and FBED. N. Tn AV KU
are General Boon's partners. We hope the gallant Ken?
tuckian will succeed In establishing a lucrative business
in the Crescent City.
Advices from Austin, Texas, bring the gratifying in?
telligence of the harmony and unanimity of action by
the Convention on the several important questions that
esme before them. The ordinance of secestion has
been repealed, the constitutional amendment adopted,
the rebel debt repudiated-in abort, everything has been
done that President JOHNSON doomed necessary to en?
title Texas to return to her former status.
A correspondent from San Francisco writes: "The
oyster trade with Mexico is growing in importance.
The last Mexican steamer brought 200 tons of tho dell- j
dons bivalves to our market, and they sold rapidly at
from one to two bits each. Many of those large oysters
are being planted in our bay, and we will soon have
thom in our markets in abundance and at much lower
rates than they now sell at"
The Chattanooga American Union says that the small?
pox has oommitted fearful ravages in that section of the
country. Its traces may be seen in thc graves of hun?
dreds and the faces of thousands of the colored popula?
tion, and the whites have not been slighted. At times
the negro huts have been in danger of losing all their
inmates. Now, however, the disease seems to have out?
lived its fiercest attacks, and is gradually giving wny to
the in fl J cu tee of the opening spring.
The Figaro some time ago announced its intention of
presorting every subscriber with a box of oranges.
Another Parisian journal recently distributed sweet?
meats to it? subscribers. The Gaz.i'e de Bordeaux, how?
ever, has outdone both, and offers, for the sum of ono
hundred francs, first of all, itself for a whole year; se?
condly, a photograph of the subscriber; and thirdly,
five hundred motrea of ground, situated ten kilometres
from Bordeaux, and near an omnibus station.
A correspond-.nt of the New York News, writing from
the city of Mexico, says: "The Emperor has at last de?
cided the money hereafter coined at the national mint H
shall bear the imperial stamp. Specimens of this now
money have just been issued, and aro in great demand
as curiosities. The dollars bear tho profile of the Em?
peror with the words Maximiliano Emperador. On tho
reverse the imperial national arms with the words Im?
perio Mexicano 1 peso-1866. The engraving and the
coin ore handsomely exocuted, and the coin is certainly
creditable to Ute empire.
The Augusta Chronicle ?fr* Sentinel says : "We are
pleased to learn that the Jr.mes W. Merci i'h, with : no
other engine s and numerous freight and passenger
cars, being tho tcinander of the late purchase from
Government by the South Carolina Railroad, have
reached this city. We hope to chronicle the completion
of th? whole road shortly, thereby giving additional
evidence of ?construction. Our friend the Colonel, so
long known as the attache, has also turned up safe,
despite the gloomy rumors kept In circulation respect?
ing him by tho Tennessee press."
Mr. MOKOAN presented a memorial of tho American
Geographical Statistical Society, In Congress, nn .he 3d
inst, praying for th-.- publication by the Government ol
the Medical and Surgical History of the Rebellion,
which is in preparation under supervision of the Sur?
geon-General, urging especially its importance as show?
ing the effect of Southern malarious locations upon
Northern men; the result of the UBeof prophylactics
against malariil diseases; the mott successful treatment
of diseases incident to crowded populations; the effect
of the exclusion of inercnry and untimony under ono
administration of the Surgeon Genera?, sud facts rcla
tive to amputations of large joints, etc.
?ar AM communications intended for publication tn
Ods journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Baily News, No. 18 Hayne-streei, Charleston,
& C. Business Communications to PubUshtr of
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, I860.
To the Public.
For satisfactory reason? we haye withdrawn from the
advertising arrangement entered into some time ago
between ourselves and the Charleston Courier. The
agreement ia therefore terminated.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN ft MORTON.
April C, 1860.
DANIEL OTTOLENG Ul, ESQ.
This gentleman, for many months ono of the
Associate Editors of tho NEWS, is on the eve of
setting out on a iour of some months' duration,
for the benefit of his health. Daring his tempo?
rary absence we hope to have thc pleasure of lay?
ing before our readers many interesting letters
from his accomplished pen. We may now say,
what we could not without a breach of delicacy,
while he was with ns,-that Mr. 0. is a highly ed?
ucated gentleman of fine taste and talent, a writer
of rare and brilliant abilities, sprightly and witty
in no ordinary derreo. Many of bis productions
havo been very extensively copied, as for instance,
bi9 "Blackbird,"-a most excellent parody on
POE'S "Raven." Ho has written mr.ny patriotic
songs, which enjoyed great popularity during the
war. Several of his drama? have been acted on
tho New York stage with suecos*. Modesty for?
bids us from designating his special labors in this
Journal. Suffice it to say, that our columns have
been enriched by mai y graceful productions from
his facile pen.
We hope that a relaxation from his arduous
editorial duties, together with the exhilarating
influence, produced by a chango of scene and
climate, may soon restore Iiis impaired health,
and revive his drooping epirita ; that he may havo
a safe and pleasant toar, and return to ns willi
recruited vigor, to resume his placo among us.
OUR COMMERCIAL STATEMENTS.
In accordance with the promise mitde to our
patrons, we publish thia morning full statements
of the Foreign and Coastwise Commerce of our
port, embracing all tho items of importance
which can interest our commercial readers. We
also append a summary comparative statement of
these figures fur the quart?r ending December
31st, 1865, with that which closed on tho 31st
March, 18G6. By reference to this table it will be
seen that thero has been a large increaso in the
import and export trade, both foreign and inter?
nal. Notwithstanding tho decline in tho prie? of
Cotton daring the last quarter ending March 31st,
the exports show an increase of over one million
three hundred thousand dollars, while there is a
corresponding increase in tho value of imports as
weil as the duties accruing thereon. We give
this gratifying result in the following statement :
Value of import*, increase this quarter.? 67,373.00
Duties on import8,increaso this quarter. 51,577.13
Exports, increase this quarter.1,327,006.13
Vessels engaged in trade, increase this
These figurea oxhibit a marked improvement in
commercial transactions, and, notwithstanding
tho past unfavorable aspect, we look forward with
hopeful confidence to a prosperous future. The
ta' les may be found on the third page.
TUE WAR IS OVER.
The late civil war in the United States com?
menced with the attack on Fort Sumter in April,
1861. It closed virtually on the second day of
April, 1865, when Richmond was evacuated; the
capture of thc Virginian Capital having been tho
great object of nearly all the strategic movements
of the war.
The President, doubtless, considered twelve
months a sufficient length of time for the inter?
mediate period of transition-a year's political
purgatory, which, it was reasonable to Buppose,
had thoroughly cleansed the late transgrossc/s of
tho last trace of treason, and rendered them flt
and meet for a return to tho full and glorious
blessings of tho Union.
Mr. JOHNSON therefore celebrated thc anniver?
sary of tho fall of Richmond by issuing a pro?
clamation, wherein he eta' cs, that inasmuch as
all the causes for a continuance of trar against
certain States, or for the military occupation of
the same, have ceased, the war is now at an end,
and tho U. 8. troops are to bo withdrawn from tho
t evora! States. Martial law will cease. Military
tribunals will give place to civil courts. Tho Ha?
beas Corpus will once again become something
more than a mere empty sound.
Tho papers of the President (as indeed his
acta also), have been characterized by great sim?
plicity, the most strenuous logic, and a strict ad?
herence to the law of the land. Every document
appears to us stronger and more marked by these
characteristics than its predecessors; and ac- !
cordingly we find this proclamation surpassing the
late veto messages even in clearness and force of
Mr. JOHNSON gives a reoital of tho several Ex?
ecutive and Congressional acta and proclamations
bearing on the status of certain States. He shows
that President LINCOLN declared those States to
bc- in insurrection in April and in August, 18Gr?r
that the United ?tatea Senate, in July, 18'JI,
adopted a resolution stating that "thia war is not
prosecuted on our part iu any spirit of oppression,
nor for any purpose of conquest or subjugation,
nor for thc purpose of overthrowing or interfer?
ing with the rights or established institutions of
those States, but to defend and maintain the su?
premacy ol' the Constitution, and all laws made
in pursuance thereof, and to preserve the Union
with all the dignity, equality and rights of the
several States unimpaired; that as soon as these
objects are accomplished the war ought to cease.''
Be further affirms that these objects are now
j fully accomplished; that he has satisfactory evi?
dence, moreover, ol' the fact that the people lately
in rebellion are now quito "loyally disposed;" and ;
that they have complied with all the requirements
and conditions precedent; that the policy of tho)
Government, from the beginning of the insurrec?
tion to ita overthrow and final suppression, has J
been in conformity with the principles of thc Con- !
stitulion (set forth in the proclamation).
From these several premises ho then draws the
conclusion that the time has now arrived when it |
becomes his duty, aa Chief Magistrate of the j
country, to declare that tho "insurrection which
heretofore existed" is now at an end, and ii hence?
forth to bo so regarded.
Let us thank Mr. JOHNSON for reinvesting ns i
with the boon of citizenship, for reinstating ns I
>N DAILY NEWS..?.A
in all the honors and privileges conferred by the
normal relation of the State to the Union. True,
the President has only done bia duty. Hie path
was plaii:. Tho Constitution and the Laws are
hie canon, and, guided by these, he progresses
slowly but steadily in hie noble work of recon?
struction. Wo had no right to expect favors of1
Mr. JOHKSOS; and although it is only evenhanded
justi?o he deals out to us, he merits our mofjt
grateful regards; for justice and equity in high
places aro becoming thc rarest of virtues. The
fierce opposition the President ha6had to encoun?
ter at every step, must also be taken into con?
sideration, and heightens our obligation to him.
He had every inducement of peaco and political
[ advantage to pursue an opposite policy; but a
liigh sense of rectitude and a staunch patriotism
interposed, backed by a bravo heart and a firm
will, to wage the battle his non-compliance ebal
'GETTING TIRED OF THEM.
General HOWABD, the philanthropic Ohief of the
Freedmen's Bureau, has addressed to the Freed
peoplo in the Distriot of Columbia a circular, to
notify them tbit the Bureau will ieuuo no more
rations after the 10th of April ; and that the soup
houses will bo closed, and the distribution of
wood and clothing be discontinued from and after
That tho object of this notification may not be
misconceived by the unfortunates to whom he
addresses it, the General tells them very plainly
that all of thom who can, ought, for their own
advantage and that of thoso who remain, t ) quit
the District at once ; and he rather pitoouely begs
' "thc preachers of the colored churches, and all
others interested in tho well-being of tho freed
people" to aid him in inducing them to leave.
Wc hail the publication of this circular as a
sign that the General is beginning to comprehend
the mischievous character of tho Freedmen's Bu?
reau, and to perceive tho unfortunate influence
which it exerts over the negroes ; for it ia a frank
confession that, even under his own eyep, tho
Bureau hurries the negroes into abandoning
those habits of industry and virtuo which were
tlx-ira in slavery, and into that barbarism from
which slavery rescued them, and which has al?
ways been their condition in freedom.
WANTED, A WHITE NURSE TO TAKE
charge of an Infant and do flue washing, to go
?i.to the count y. near Georgetown. April 7
"ITTANTED. A FIRST-CLASS COMPETENT
Yt BAB-KEEP EB, to take -li argo of a Bar and Bil?
liard Boom. Adlresa, immedi?tely, Box No. 100 (Lock
Box;. References required. April 7
WANTED TO HIRE. A GOOD COOK,
WASHER AND IBONER; also, a HOUSE SER?
VANT. Oood recommendations required, and liberal
wages paid. Apply at No. 36 PITT 8TBEET.
Aprit 7_ 3
WANTED TO PURCHASE. A TURFES
TINE STILL with fixtures complete, and in good
order, from 20 to 30 barrols cap icity.
Apply to 8HACKELFORD k FRASER,
April C_^ _Boyoe k Co.'s Wharf.
WATTED, BY A YOUNO MAN, A SI I DA
TION AS CLERE. Wbolosalo business prefer?
red. Bo his experience in this line, and can give the
best of references as to capability and punctual dis?
charge of dnty. Address Box No. 93 Poatofflco.
April 0_ _2
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
and do general housework. To a good woman
I fair wa?es will be paid. Apply at No. 140 Charch-sbeet
AGOOD CLERK, WHO SPEAKS AND
writes FreseftiEngllsh and German, wants em?
ployment; is ant?fe .and activo man, and can Influence
business. Best OPsjBssonces. Address
April 2_6_\ "CLERK," Charleston P. Q.
LABORERS WA?TE D-ADDITIONAL
LABORERS (white or colored), wanted on the
Edisto and Ashley Canal. Liberal wages paid. Applv
to C. E. CHICHESTER, Superintendent, on Work, neai
AGENTS WANTED TO CANVASS FOR
the OFFICIAL EOCTBEBN HISTORY OF THE
THE LOST CAUSE
By Edward A. Pollard, of Virginia, editor of the Rich?
mond Examiner during the war. Complete in one larg?
royal octavo volume, with twenty-four Ano steel por
traits. It being the only official Southern Histor}-, pub?
lished and written under the encouragement of Generale
R. E. Lee, Johnston, Beauregard. Governor Wisc, and
others, will ensure for the work a large and rapid lale.
To energetic men and women a rare chance is offered tc
make money. Address E. B. TREAT & CO., Publishers,
No. 130 Grand-street, Kow York.
[From the New York Daily Nows. Feb. 10, I860.]
. A C*BD rnou E. A POLLARD.-Agents and the public
arewarnod against an attempt of C. B.. Richardson,
[ Publisher, to thrust upon the public certain Annals ol
the War, gathered from tho four corners of tho rewa
i papers, and arranged by mo as pioneora of an original
I and elaborate work.
He boldly appropriates to these state productions the
title of "Standard Southern History," which be Baye
completes the author's history of "Tho Lost Causo."
Such an outrage upon the fruits of my labors and the
confidence of the public I leave to tho ju Jgment and re?
sentment of the reading public.
[From tho Norfolk Virginian, March 13, 1866.]
I notice an advertisement in the Baltimore Sun, sign
od "It. Booth," for Agents to sell Pollard's Revised
Southern History of the War. I know of no such book.
I have revised no ?neb work. The publication referred
I to ls merely some old Annals of the War I wrote, re
vamped by C. B. Bichardson with a now title, and at
te-Dptcd to be put upon tho market for an original and
elab?ralo fllatory of the War, which I now have in th?
press of E. B. Treat k Co., of New York, ontitled th?
LOST CAUSE. EDWABD A. POLLABD.
FOR SALE.-A SHOW CASE, 1(1* GOOD
order, almost new, suitable for Groceries, at tb?
8egar Store, No. 898% King-Btreet.
F;:>- SALE, A NUMBER OF YOUNG
MILLS HOUSE STABLES,
FOR SALE, THE TREES AS THEY
Btand on twenty-two thousand acree of land, on th?
St. John's River, Florida. Apply to
W. a WALK EB,
March 88_10_No. 3 Broad-street.
" FOR SALE, A FINK AMI
.^very fast propeller BOAT, suitable foi
"/ river and creek navigation. Dlmen
-T ?lons-length 42 feet, besm 6 feet IC
Inches, hold 2 feet 6 inches; threo month's old; doubl?
enginf B; London mako; C horso power. Can be seen ai
North Atlantic Wharf. Apply to
" . ". WILLIS k CHISOLM,
?arch 21_North Atlantic Wharf.
ENGLISH CATTLE AND HORSES.-THE
subscriber being unable to make suitable arrange
metis f.r transferring to the country the STOJK pro
? cured by him in Canada, will dispose of it on acconimo
datiog terms, to satisfactory purchasers, at less thai
cost Thc Cattle cannot now be lmpoitcd at all, anc
are fine specimens of their kinds, consisting of Ai rshln
S?dr.T.?urillln' BULLS and HEIFERS, Lelcestertbir.
SHEEP and LAMBS, and fancy breeds of PlOt"; als?
several pair? and single HORSES of good stock, which
parties desiring to purchase are invited to examine
i Apply at No. 143 Calhoun street, opposito Orpbar
t House. X. M. PORTER.
April; _ thstu3
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT DESIRA ULK
RESIDENCE IN WENTWORTH STREET.- All
that Lot of Laud, with a desirable Residence, No. '.'.)
Wentworth street, south fide, two doors west of Con in JJ
street. Lot measures ou iront di feet hy 180 feet ti.incheB,
more or less. Tho retidonce contains seven upright
rooms and two finials'd al tte*, with dress! u? and bath
rooms, supplied with hot and cold water by a force
pump and tank, supplying tho washstands In bed
rooms; two pantries, ono with hot and cold water; and
gas chandeliers and brackets in all tho rooms; and sta r
casos, a finished double kitchen with hot and cold water
I to washtub), with servants' rooms, a two-story wooden
building suitable for a school or sleopmg apartments
The whole, covered with slate roofs, and gutters supply?
ing a large datera, A carriage hones and ?table, with
other necessary outbuildings. The garden contains
gome choice grape vines -nd fruit trees.
Car. be seen each day from 12 to 1 and from 5 to 6 P.
M. April 2
PEU .7, 1866.
PHOJIIX PIRK COMPANY.
YOU ABE HURE BY 8DMM0NE0 TO ATTEND A I
8PECIAL MiETING of your Company, at the j
Hall of the Hope Pire Company, 7V.ii Evening, at 8 o'?
clock. Puccina! attendance la requested.
By order. A. G. MAGRATH. JR.,
April 7 1 Secretary pro tm.
TO RENT, &c.
STORKS TO RENT-THAT BUILDING ON
Fraser's Wharf, adjoining tho store occupied by
James W. Brown A Co., sud immediately south of new
Cnslom House. The building is divided Into four parts, !
each division containing th'to floors, having a front of I
twenty feet, by a depth of forty feet. They may bo
used either as stores or warehouses, and will bs rented
singly or together. Apply to L ?. E. BkNNETT, No.
10 Broad-street, second floor, or address A. 0. E., box
No. 144, Charleston P. O. stuthS* April 7
TO RENT, A PART OP THE HOUSE No. 4
Mr.rsh-street, consisting of three rooms. For fur
thor particulars, apply on thc premises.
TO RENT-A DESI K Alt LE RESIDENCE,
No. tnt. Philip-street. Apply at
April6 3*_NO. 6 LIMKH0U8E STREET.
STORES TO RENT.-TWO TENEMENT
BUILDINGS on Fraser's Wharf, each 3 stories, re*
ct ntiy put in thorough repair. Apply at this cilice,
April C 3
TO RENT, A FARM OF 100 ACRES, ABOUT
Ave miles from the City, near Ashley River. Apply
at No. 61 Broad-street, up stairs, to WM. H. DAWSON.
January C _ _ sw
TO RENT, THE HALF OF THAT DESIR?
ABLE RESIDENCE at the corner of Montague and
Oadsden-streets. Fer terms and other particulars ap?
ply to W. E. HASKE1L, at Planters and Mechanics'
Bunk, or at the prf mieos. stuthO March 30
TO RENT. FOR THE PRESENT YEAR,
a very productive BICE PLANTATION, in George?
town District, of 201 acres, all in good order, and on
which a number of hands are now at work. The owner
is willing tocul?v?te this property on shares, if prefer?
able to thc party desiring to lease lt. For terme, Ac,
apply to THURSTON A HOLMES,
Corner Yanderkorst's Wharf and East Bay.
TO RENT, THAT DELIGHTFUL. RESI.
DENCE, No. 23 MeoMng.street, cerner of Ladaoo's
Court, with fine garden and shrubbery.
Shed No. 6 Pinckney-etreet
Apply to THEODORE STONEY,
March 16_Vanderhorst's Wharf.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
tog? ?her under the na j-, o and style cf SAMSON
A AIMAR, to transact a GENERAL AUCTION AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, at No. lt) Market street
We hope to merit a liberal patronage.
M. L. AIMAR.
Tnof. FAR? CATERS. I Hos. HENRY BUIST.
MonnECAi a Co. ?Ho?. W. D. PORTER.
STENHOUSE A Co. A. BISCHOFF.
JOUN P. O'NaiLL h "on. rjKRNAitn O'NEILL.
Inn BIMBOF/ A Co. MEHRTENB A WOHLTKANK.
WM. M. BIRO A Co. Wu H. CHAFES.
JAS. CAJrrsim A Co. JOHN FKBOUSO*.
ROLLMAN* BROS. JOHN HURKAMF.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
copartnership, under the stylo of THURSTON &
HOLMES, for the transaction of a Factorage and Gene
ral Commission business.
EDWARD N. THURSTON.
April 2 0_C. RUTLEDGE HOLM KS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
PARTNERSHIP for carrying on an AUCTION,
UENERAL COMMISSION AND INSURANCE BUSI?
NESS, undor tho name ol LEE A CO.
Particular .-.-tentlon will be given to the purchase and
sale of STOCKS, BONDS, and REAL Et:TATE, both al
auction an.l private sale; .ind they hope, by strict atten?
tion to business, to merit and receive a share of public
Offl:e in BASEMENT OF STATE BANK. Broad street.
A. M. LEE.
Charleston. 9. C., March 31,1866. Imo April 2
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
together under the name and style of MOSES
BROTHERS, to transact a GENERAL AUCTION, COM
MISSION AND FORWARDING BUSINESS, at No. 22
Vendue Range. We hope to morlt a liberal patronage.
Advances made on Consignments.
SAMUEL L. MO6 ES,
JULIUS L. MOSES.
CHARLESTON, March 2d, 1666.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COFARTNER8BIP HERETOFORE ? XI8TING
batwrcu JAMES W. BROWN, E. JOHN WHITE
I and GEORGE F. VON KOLNITZ, under the name ol
JAMES W. BROWN A CO.. is. this day. dissolved bj
the death of Mr. JAMES W. BROWN. The surviving
partners will don- thc- business of the late firm.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SURVIVING PARTNERS OF
the late finn of JAMES W. BROWN A CO.. will
I continue the AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
at No. 11C La-t Bay, nuder the same name (JAMES W,
BROWN A CO..) and solicit a continuance of thc patron?
age so liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
E JOHN WHITE.
GEO. F. VON KOLNITZ.
Charleston, April 1, 1806. tbstul6 April 6
DR. F. PEYRE PORCHER HAS REMOVED HIi
residence to South Bay, northeast corner of Le
I gare-ntreeL He con bo found at his office at the Citj
Hospital, Ma/yck-strcet, from 9 to 10 A. M. Measagef
left at Mr. PANENIN'S Drug Etore also will be received,
April 7 ttuth3
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED TO NO. 2'
BROAD-STREET, whoro he proposes to carry o?
. J the business of AUCTIONEER ANA* COMMISSION
1 AGENT. Will also continue ss formerly his REAL VS
' 1 TATE AG ENC y snd Brokersge in Stocks, Bonds, Notes
Exchange and other Securities.
G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Refers to-Messrs. RAVENEL A CO., Charleston
Messrs. WILLIS A CHISOLM, Charleston; Messrs
GOURDIN. MATT HIESSEN ii CO. Met sra. JOH*
FRASER St CO.; GEO. B. MOBEWOOD, Esq., Ne\
York. Imo March 26
DR. JOSEPH P. CAI*
OFFER8 BIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO TH1
citizens of ht John's Berkley. Residence, SOMER
SET PLANTATION. tuthsS*_Aprils
DR. T. RKENSTJERNA .
OHYSIOIAU AND SURGEON, NO. 100 BROA!
N. B.-Diseases ot a private nature oured with du
patch. January 19
LOST, STOLEN, ftc.
I (?S *if\ REWARD_STOLEN FROM Ml
> *?U stable, on tho nicht of the ?Un, a BROW!
t MARE MULE, mane and tall shaved; bas white aero*
top ot' head, one fore loot turned in. The above rewan
will bc paid for thc recovery of the Mulo, and an addi
tional sum tit proof to ..-om ?ct the tbi> f. Apply to
W. J. HUTSON,
Mt. Hol y, N. E. R. R,
Or to JNO. CHRISTOPHER,
Apr: 7 stuthS* No. SOO King-street
FFT Y DOLLARS It EWARD-STOLE!1
from Goose Creek Bridge, ou thc morning c
? January 23d. 1800, a medium sized BLACK HORSJ
i MULE about 12 years old, reap hook nose, collar gal
> on leit should, r, with fctfttt sud white spot on bacs
i bock slightly bowed, with tight hindfoot slightly tujnei
In. Tho above reward will be paid f. r any informatloi
1 tint may lead to bis recovery, by applj iug at THIS OF
PICE. 3_April 6
IOsToKMTObk.V KH?M BRIG ALPUEO
J KERR'S Wharf, a BOAT, about li feet long and
j feet wide, painted white, with black gunwale. $16 re
i ward la offered lor ita recovery and no questions asked
, April J
SUMMERVILLE NORMAL SCHOOL. FOI)
WILL BE OPENED AT VOSE'8 HALL, MONDAY
the 2d of April.
Apply personally, or by letter, to
April J li* P. F. SMITH, Principal.
HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
\f RS. JOHN LAURENS, ASSISTED BY REV. W.
iYl B. W. HOWE, will open on First Monday in Apr?,
a BOARDING AND DAY bCHOOL, at No. 13 Coming,
street English, French, and Latin will be taught; also
Music if desirod. March 97
LITTLE & CO.,
213 KING STREET,
Under the Victoria Hotel,
HAVE ON SALE, AND ABE RECEIVING BY
every arrival from abroad, a large and watt
selected stock of
I WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOB
TBE SOUTHERN TRADE,
ooNsrsrmo ? PAST OF :
HAIB-LINED CASSIMEBK BOTTS
SILK MIXED CASSIMERE 8UI1S
SILK MIXED TRENCH TRICO CASSIMERE SUITS.
OXFORD MIXED CASSIMERE 8UIT8
DARK AND LIGHT ENGLISH TWEED 8DIT8
FINE BLACK RIBBED CA SSI M ERE 8?1T8
FANCY COLORED ?ELTON CLOTH SUITS
SUPER FANCY CASSIMERE SOITS (ALL COLOBS)
FINE BLACK FRENCH D'ETE SACK -, PANTS AND
FINE BLACK BIBBED D'ETE SACKS, PANTS AND
FINE BLACK AND COLORED 8ILK ALPACA SACKS
LOW-PRICED BUSINESS COAT8, SACKS, PANTS
AND VESTS, IN GREAT VARIETY
PLANTER'S LINEN, DRILLS. AND SPANISH
LINEN SACKS, PAN 18 AND VESTS, OF ALL
FINE WHITE LINEN AND MARSEILLES PANTS
! YOUTH'S, BOT'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. IN
CONSISTING OF i
FINE WHITE LINEN SHIRTS
COLOBEO BOSOM SHIRTS
FANCY CO LOBED PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS
SILK TIE8, SCARFS
The above GOODS are equal to any imported into this
j market, and will bc sold on as REASONABLE TERMS
as can he purchased in any establishment in this city.
420 DRY GOODS. 420
Three Doors South of Calhoun.
BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE OF STRIPED LBNCl
_ FOB DBESSES.
Plaid and Broche Barege
Printed and Plain Lawns and Organdies .
Jaconet, Swiss, and Nainsook Mut lins
Prints and Longcloths, as cheap as the cheapest.
Block Silk Cloaks and Sacks
Straw Goods-all varieties
Parasols and Umbrellas
8 4 Black Barege, for Shawls
Elegant Lace and Embroideries. Sets.
April 7 Imo*
1 AA BOZEN BEST PARIS KID GLOVES, ALL.
X \J Ks sizes and colors, jost received at
J. B. BEAD & CO.'S,
April 7 2 No. 263 KINO-STREET.
TFRENCH MUSLINS, ORGANDIES. TABLET ANS,
1 Nainsook, Swiss and Moll MUSLINS, Striped and.
Check Cambrics, Nainsooks, sc, In every variety.
COLORED DRESS GOODS :
LAB GE 8TOCK OF COLORED BAREGES, LENOS,
POPLINETTFS, LAWNS, MUSLIN'S, kc, the beat in
the City. New lots received per every steamer.
J. B. BEAD & CO.
April 7 3
Bentleien's Dress Hat*.
GENTLEMEN'S SUPERFINE SILK HATS, $6.
Gentlemen's Superior Black Cusimere Hats, $6.
Drab, Pt arl and Black Felt Hats, $3, $3.60, SAGO.
Gentlemen's Dress Straw Hats, $1, $1.60, $2.
STEELE'S "HAT HALL,"
Apr? 7 S3 KIN G-ST., OPPOSITE SOCTETY-ST"
Mrs. S. J. COTCHETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLINERY GOODS,
NO. 263 KING-8T., OPP. HABEL, CHARLESTON, S. C,
Country orders filled with neatness and dispatch.
April 3 tu th s 2m o '
No. 186 KING-8T.;
DEA X. BB IN .AND .MA NITA cm mn OF
Plain and Ornamental
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMES,.
LOOKING-GLASS PLATES. OF ALL
SIZES, FITTED TO FRAMES,
Old Frames Re-Gilt equal to new.
Orders for hanging MIBBOBS and PICTURES
promptly attended to. OLD STAND,
April 2_mws_No. 186 KIng-atreet.
No. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAXEBS, IN AGRI?
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :_
BAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRIST
MILLS, always on band. _____
Agents for ARCHAMRACLT'S STEAM ENGINE, and
INGERSOLL'S PATENT COTTON TRESB._AprU 2
HERETOFORE EXI8TTNO UNDER THE NAME
of NEWMAN k FOWLES, ls this day dissolved
by mutual consent A. F. NEWMAN.
November 2?J EDWABD FOWLES.