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MARLESTON BAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART: EDITOR.
CATHCART, HcffllLAN & MORTON,
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m ?laina in tho Posrtoffloe at tho end
of each wool* is published officially
in THE DAILY NEWS ?very Fri?
xSi ews Summary.
The steamabip Emily B. Souder, Capt? R. W. LOCK?
WOOD, arrived here yesterday from New York with a |
full cargo. She was detained by strong head winds.
We are under obligaUons to Purser CLANCY for papers,
which were anticipated by the land rouie.
The steamship Fannie, Capt. SMOOT. from 8avannsh
for Baltimore, pot into this harbor yesterday in conse?
quence of tho heavy northerly blow prevailing along I
the coast. 8he will leave again as soon as the weather |
The British brig TPt'eoprr, from Liverpool, after
passage Of ninety-five dayr, arrived off the bar yester?
day. In consequence of her long pasasgo considerable J
uneasiness was felt about ber.
H Ey HY WAJHD BEECHER compares tho Radicals in Con- j
gress to monkeys In a cocoa-nut tree, pelting the Presi?
dent from asafe distance.
Magnetic iron ore has been discovered in Hampshire
eounty, Virginia. The ore yields 72 per cent, of pure J
At the Lake dee Allemands, ra'tfisfPariah of St James,
Louisiana, many of the wild ducks and geese were
killed by hailstones which fell during the late storm
Mrs. Jxrr. Davis arrived in Louisville, Ey., on Ibo I
3d instant 8he wis to leave the next day on the mail
boat Gen. LyUe for Cincinnati. She is under escort of j
The Directors of the Knoxville and Kentucky railroad
have commenced pushing the road northward, boping
to reach the coal fields by fall. They have $36O,0ti^ on
hand to pro? ecu te the work.
The manufacture of false eyes ls a large business in
Paris. The average sale per week is four hundred.
There are twelve establishments for this work, each cm
ploying twenty workmen. Paris, we believe, supplies j
the world with this article.
The Columbus Sun says there are now three lines o? I
Steamers running between Apalachicola and New Or. j
leans. One lino tenches at Pensacola, another at Mo?
bile, and still anotior goes on to Et Mark?, Florida,
siter touching at Apatachloola.
Judge WYTHC an old and promirent citizen of Gun
torviile, Ala , is setting before the people the terrible
state of affairs In ihit county, and soliciting aid for the
starving people. Three cases of actual starvation bavo j
already occurred, and hundreds must perish if relief is
not speedily offered.
The Impeachment of President JOHSSCN is now the |
popular theme with all the Radical editors and politi?
cians, and the hair splitting casuistry resorted to to
make out a case against him, are absurd in thc extreme
-fully worthy of Duns ECOTCS, and the host of wiri
obtcuri of the Mediaeval schools.
The General Conference of the M. E. Church, South,
convened at Kew Orleans, on Wednesday, ?th April.
The following are the delegates from this State: WHITE
.-OORD SMITH, A. M. Snipp, W. A. GAMEWELL, H. A. C.
VVALKEB, A. H. BBOWNE, B. J. Born JAMES STACT.
W. H. FLEMING, and CHAS. SETTS. Reserves: J. W.
ItrJtT, J. R. PICKETT, and W. P. MOUZON.
Tho number of Students at Washington College, Va.,
bas recently boen increased by large additions. Under
the wise management of that noble patriot and soldier,
Gen. B. E. LEE, lt will take rank with the first institu-1
lions of learning in the United States. Tho students
are not from the Southern States alone, but many come
from the States north of the Potomac.
Ex-Goveruor ALLEN, of Louisiana-now in Mexico
says be has secured a small piece of land near the beau?
tiful city of Cordova, which he intends to Improve as
he can make the money. 'Tis hero where he expects to
live the res : of his life, and spend his declining years j
amidst his own fruits and flowers-renting literally un?
der his own vine and fig tree-free from all envy, all J
hate-but with good will toward all men.
In the cellars of Baron ROTHSCHILD'? mansion, Rne
Lafitte, Paris, are twenty-four thousand bottles of every
species of the wines existing at the commencement of j
tr. is century, from the Lachryma Christi, which every j
visitor to Naples has tasted, to the purple-tinted ?weet
wines of tho Cape; from the common winos of the
Macon vinyards to the rare vintages of Medoe, The
value of the collection amounts to 240,000 francs.
A paragraph hts gone round nearly all the papers cf I
the Union, stating that a large number of Quakers had J
left North Carolina on account of persecution. Tho j
Raleigh Sentinel gives an emphatic denial to this report.
The few Quakers left in North Carolina aro movir<? to |
Indiana, because the Society of Friends is moro nume?
rous and influential in that State.
A letu-r goes the round of the papers, written by the
great political preacher of thc Wt Rt, Dr. ROUEBT J.
BRECKINIUDOE, cntLe all-absorbing topic of thod-w:
what is to be done with the negro? The concluait,
he reachi s ls that the distinction of color must be re?
cognized and auBtalned, not abolished: otherwise there
is no possible chance of improving the condition of his
race in this country. Dr. BRECEINJUDOE, it will be re?
collected, is an out-and-out Whig of the old school, and.
during the war, was one of the bitterest enemies of the
At a reception given at Washington by Geu. GRANT on
the 6th mst,, a Northern correaponden t men tiona that the
capacious drawing-rooms and hbrary were literally pack?
ed with guests. The President wan present, and stood
between Gen. GRANT and Mr?. GRANT, relieving them,
by invitation o? the General, In receiving visitors. One |
of the company was ALEX. H. STEPHENS, quite a Hon,
suiBiirrounded by Senators and Representatives, moat |
Of them Radicals, who gave him a cordial greetin".
The members of the Cabinet and their families and the
Diplomatic Corps wera generally present. Several mem?
bers of the Supreme Court, and a large number of mili?
tary and naval officers, were present. Congressmen
were we 1 represented, and many respectable citizens of |
lesser noto made their appearanco at the brilliant as?
semblage. It ls rumored that the ladies were, if possi?
ble, more el-gtntly and rich y attired that e vening thau
at any reception given in Washington this season.
Paris does not seem to be thc married people's para?
dise. The correspondent of the London Horning Star j
states that during March 231* wives left their husbands,
for parts unknown, and 4427 husbands have done like?
wise, 7115 couples are legally separated, 6340 who have j
agreed to live apart, 31,912 cojpfes live at daggers |
drawn ; of happy couple there are 54, of mutually indif?
ferent G 1,43?. All this exact information, we are assured,
lt procured through the system of police espionage.
MW AR communication? intended for publication in
this journal- must be addressed to the Editor of
the Da?y News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications io Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of U-Ji city must le accompa?
nied with the cash.
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 18G6.
To the Pnbllc.
For satisfactory reasons tro haye withdrawn from the
advertising arrangement entered into some time ago
between ourselves and the Charleston Courier. The
agreement is therefore terminated.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN * MORTON.
April 6, 18C?. _
THE PRUSSIAN WAR CLOUD.
Austria ?nd Prussia, the papers all tell ns, have
been quarreling for some time about two little
Duchies on the shores of the German Ocean,
known as Schleswig and Holstein; and, not being |
able to come to an amicable adjustment of the
difficulty, the two great German powers are now
making energetic preparations to try the virtues I
of Armstrongs and Minnie balls. Ambassadors,
cabinet ministers and Hof-Kanzlers must give
way to General-Marschalla and Feld-Zeugmelst
ors. All this, wo have no doubt, is perfectly cor?
rect,-but we nevertheless feel assured thero will
be no war. The preparations are meant as
threats, and will create a great stir in military,
diplomatic and financial circles; but a war between
these two countries would be attended with con?
sequences too serious to be entered upon precipi?
tately. It is the interest of every sovereign in
Europe- to prevent such a calamity, and, it is to
bc hoped, that tho approaching Congress in Tan's,
which is to unravel so many tangled tliplomatic
skeins, will giro thc quietus to that most vexe 1
of questions, viz : Who shall bo tho sovereign ol
the Schleswig-Holstein Duchies.
These Duchies, however, are only tho ostensi?
ble ground of strife; the quarrel between the two
rival powers is of much older date.
CARLYLE, in his six volumes of "FRIEDRICH,"
gives us a minnie insight into the rise and pro?
gress of this international hato and rivalry. Tho
great FREDERICK built up Prussia at tho exponso
of Auetria. A little over one hnndred years ago,
Prussia bad no voico in the politics of Europe.
To all intents and purposes, she was a mere prov?
ince of the German Empire; whereas Austria, for
many centuries, bas been at the head of German)*,
and the Emperors usually wero elected from tho
House of HAPSBURG. The brilliant victories of
FREDERICK at once assigned Prussia a place ia the
foremost rank of European States.
The .German Empire was diesolved by NAPO?
LEON in 1806; and when its several component
States threw off the French yoke, and re-aesorted
their independence in 1833, they formed what has
ever since been known as the German Diet, or
Confederation,-Austria again having the Hege?
mony; this seemed matter of course, inasmuch as
Austria (with her non-German possessions in
Hungary, Moldavia and Italy), had a population
equalling if not exceeding that of the whole of
Germany. But while large populations and ex?
tensive territorial possessions aro naturally a
source of strength, they form, in this instance, a
great element of weakness, owing to the geo?
graphical situation of tho componout parts, and
the ethnological differences of its peoples. The
empire consists of provinces in Germany and
Italy, of Hungary, Moldavia and Transylvania, of
Bohemia and Moravia,-representing nationali?
ties, widely differing in race, language, religion,
habits and character. To frame a government
just and suitable to these varied and opposing
interests, has been the vain endeavor of the cabioet
ministers at Vienna during tho half century paat.
Austria, moreover, has but a very small maritime
border. Surrounded on all sides by powerful na?
tions, she ia under the necessity of guarding her
extensive frontier, thus requiring aa immense
standing army; this tho more, as the outlying
provinces have never been marked for loyalty to
their Hapsburg sovereigns; and every war in
which Austria hos been engaged since 1815, in the
interest of her non-German possessions, has les?
sened her influence in the German Diet
Prussia, also, has two or three provinces not
included in the German Diet (hor share of tho
Partition of Poland ) ; but far tho greater part of
Prussia is German, and is perhaps moro homo?
geneous in the several characteristics that go
to constitute a poople, than any other Eu?
ropean State of her size. The great FUEDERICK,
on coming to the throne, formed the nucleus of a
splendid army, which he increased year after
year, and rendered more efficient, till at last Prus?
sia became one vast military camp ; and thia
characteristic has been so'strongly impressed
upon the country, and incorporated in her ontire
system of governments, that the Prussians of to?
day have a right to be considered the most mili?
tary people io Europe. With a population of less
than twenty millions, she boasts an army of near?
ly 300,000 mea, which, in time of war, can be in
:reased (at a very short notice, by means of her
-scellent Landwelir), to 750,000 men.
Prussia stands In the forefront in all that per?
kins to the highest degree of enlightenment. In
3ovornmont a constitutional monarchy, and Pro?
estant in religion, her people have enjoyed a fair
imouut of liberty, and tho best opportunity of
forking out the great problem of modern civili?
sation. Her material prosperity is second to that
>f no o' h,er State in Europe; her system of educa
ion is unrivalled; thc several walks of art, litera
ure and science, have been rendered illustrious
rith tho light shed upon them by Prussians.
Dhis is a tempting theme, but we must not per
nit ourselves to lose sight of tho < stion in
Nor can we enter here into the perplexities of
Schleswig-Holstein. These duchies were con?
quered from the Danish crown about two years
igo. Prussia, as far as wo can sec, has neither
ight nor title to them; but her Prime Minister,
)THO DE BISMARK SCUOSHAUSEM (commonly o?lled
he Count ot BISMARK), is afflicted with a disease
?ailed tho Landergier (coveting territory), and ho
ias used every possible effort to annex these
luchics, and incorporate thom into the Prussian
lominion8. Austria has been offered large eums
M money for her consent, as well as a guarantee
>f Venetia; and were it nut that the acquisition
af these two duchies would givo Prussia a prc
ponderauce over Austria in Germany, the tempt- -
lng offer of Count BISMARK might have been ac
:epted, as it is very well known that tho Austrian :
?xchequer ia always empty; but JOSEPH inherits
:he proverbial pride of tho Hapsburgs, and can
not consent to see Austria reduced to a second
;>lace in the German Council. Much diplomatic
nk has been shed in vain efforts to settle the di/
Acuity; until now at last, we find Austria calling a
conference of her great military chieftains, who
advise a resort to arms, rather thanyiold another
inch to the imperious demands of Prussia; and
great preparations nro accordingly being made all
over the Empire. Tho same mail, however, that
brings ns the foregoing news, also informs us that
VICTOE EMANUEL ise.-gerly watching the progress
of this drnma, meanwhile aspcm'uliug some 50,000
troops at several pointe near the Austrian iron
tier, "waiting developments, with a view to take
advantage of the contingencies of war." Hun?
gary and Transylvania alan may, perhaps, re?
quire watching; and Russia is in most uncom?
fortable proximity. Wo have already hinted that
the finances of Austria are not in the moat flour?
ishing condition. All these considerations will
have their influence in retarding a resort to the
BISMARK has taken some very unwarrantable
liberties with the liberties of the Prussian people.
He has been engaged for nearly eighteen months
now in a fierce war with the Prussian House of
Commons. A few montbB ago he imprisoned a
number of Deputies for words spoken in debate.
He has repeatedly set public opinion at defiance
and carried his measures with a high hand. He
is doubtless a patriot, and has the honor and
glory of Prussia at heart, and the sole aim ot his
foreign policy unquestionably ia tho aggrandize?
ment of Prussia. But whether he can afford to
go into au extensive war, with his people at homo
almost in open hostility to his government, is cer?
tainly a fair subject for doubt. BISMARK is a bold
statesman, and would not hesitate to plunge his
country into a great war, if, by the dazzling
promise of military glory, he reconcile differences
at home, and ultimately gain an ascendant for
Prussia in the Oerman Diet and among the great
powers of Europe. "We hopo to return to this in?
teresting subject in a few days.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMUG LIT?
ELE RESIDENCE with good sized LOT. Address,
through post office, "8. D. 8.," within t n days, stating
price, terms, location and size of House and Lot
IrtMPLOYBRSt I WRITE A PASSABLE
li and ii nick hand, am correct at figures, and seek em?
ployment between the boura of 9 A. M. and 4 P. M.
References given. Address T. B" P. O. Charleston, S. C.
WA.VTKD, AN KXPEHIKNCEl) WHITE
KURSE, to take care of a young baby and da
chambermaid work. None need apply withont bringing
good recommendations. Apply at the south corner
of Bay and Amherst streets. 3* April 0
il/AN'* KD, A WET MI KSK (COLORI- ?J.
W Apply south corner of Bay and Amhurst s roete.
ANTED, A WHITE NURSE TO TAKE
charge of an infant and do fino washing, to go
into tho country, near Georgetown. April 7
ANTED, A FIRST-CLASS COMPETENT
BAR-KEEPER, to take charge of a Bar and Bil?
liard Boom. Address, Immediately, Box Ko. 109 (Lock
Box). References required. April 7
ANT KD "TO HIRE. A ti OOO COOK,
WASHER AKD IRONER; also, a HOUSE SER?
VANT. Good recommendations required, and liberal
wages paid. Apply at No. 26 PITT STREET.
ANTEO TO PURCHASE. A TURPEN?
TINE STILL with fixtures complete, and in good
order, from 20 to 80 b?rrela cap icity.
Apply to 8HACKELP0RD & FRASER,
April G _4_Boyce & Co.'s Wharf.
ANTED, A WHITE WOMA.? TO COOK
and do general housework. To a good woman
fair wases will bo paid. Apply at No. 140 Chnrch-sticet
LABORERS iv ANTE D.-ADDITION AL
LABORERS (white or colored), wanted on the
Edisto and Ahhley Canal. Liberal wages paid. Apply
to C. E. CHICHESTER, Superintendent, on Work, near
Summerville March 10
FOR SALE.-II JUBB IN MOUNT PLEAS?
ANT, situated at thc corner of Pitt and Ferry
streets, opposite Steambcut Wharf. Apply on the
F* OR S AL, i", THU HTKAMtKH FANNI*
LEHR and il INNIE BRANDT. These boats are
very suitable for river trade, or for towing, or for ferry
boats; carry well, arc light draft, and good speed. For
further particulars, inquire on board at Adger's Wharf.
FOR SALK, ALU THAT LOT OF LANI),
and one story BRICK BUILDING, situated on
north aide of Wentworth-atreet, between Meeticg and
Anson street-i, recently used as a Jewish Church. Fa*
terms, &c, apply to either of tho undcr-iguod.
H. H. DELEON,
No. 22 Broad-street,
S- a SOLOMONS,
N. E. R. R. Dopot,
FOR SALE -ONE 4-HOKSE ENGINE,
good as new, with BOILER; all in complete order.
And a new CORN MILL, ef a large size. Will also drive
two cotton gins. Will be sold at a very low price for
cash. Apply at BLUNT Sc SIMPSONS, No. 40 Spring
(treet, near Rutledge. ft ut* March 30
-*i*m FOR SALE, A FINE AND
jfea? x2?very taat propeller BOAT, suitable for
/I''IV4tfi river and creek navigation. Dimin
? alons-length 42 feet, beam 6 feet 10
Inches, hold 2 feet 6 inches; three month's old; doable
engines ; London make; 6 horse power. Can be seen at
North Atlantic Wharf. Apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
March 21_North Atlantic Wharf.
ENGLISH CATTLE AND HORSES.-THE
subscriber being unable to make suitable arrange?
ments for transferring to the country the STOOK pro?
cured by him in Canada, will dispose of it on accommo?
dating terms, to satisfactory purchasers, at leas than
coat The Cattle can not now bo imported at all, and
are fino specimen? of their kinds, consisting of Aj rehire
and Durham BULLS and HEIFERS, Leicestershire
SHEEP and LAMBS, and fancy breeds of PIGS; also
several pairs and single HORSES of good stock, which
parties desiring to purchase are invited to examine.
Apply at No. 143 Calhoun street, opposite Orphan
House. N. M. PO BTER.
A T PRIVATE SALE, THAT DESIRABLE
J\. RESIDENCE IN WENTWORTH 8TREET.-All
that Lot of Laud, with a desirable Residence, No. 93
Wentworth street, south (ide, two doors west of Cosing
street. Lot measures on front Ci feet by 180feet 6 Inches,
more or loss. The residence contains seven upright
rooms and two finished attics, with dressing and bath
rooms, supplied with bot and cold water by a force
pump and tank, supplying the washstands in bed
rooms; two pautries, one willi hot and cold water; and
gas chandeliers and brackets iu all tho rooms; and stair
cases, a finished double kitchen with hot and cold water
to washtubs, with servants' rooms, a two-story wooden
building suitable for a school or siecpiDg apartments.
The whole covered with slate roofs, and gutters supply?
ing a large cistern. A can-lago house and (table, with
other necessary outbuildings. Tho garden contains
somo choice grape vines md fruit trees.
Can be seen each day from 12 to 1 and from 6 to 6 P.
M. April 2
EXCELLENT BOARD AND PLEASANT
ROOM8 can bo obtained in a respectable family at
$8 per week; also, a ROOM fur a gentleman and wifo.
Apply at No. 12 Btaufjln-Btrcet.
April 10 3*
DR. F. PEYRE PORCHER HAS REMOVED HIS
residence to South Bay, northeast corner of Le
Rare-street. He eau bo found at his oflice at tho City
Hospital, Mazyck-strcet, from 9 to 10 A. M. Messages
left at Mr. PANKNIN'S Drug Store also will be roceived.
THE SDB80RIBER HAS REMOVED TO NO. 27
BROAD-STREET, where he proposes to carry on
(ho buslnosa of AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
AGENT. Will also continue as formerly his REAL tS
TATE AOENCf and Brokerage in Stocka, Bunds, Notes,
Exchange and other Securities.
B G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Refers to-Messrs. RAVENEL & CO., Charleston;
Messrs. WILLIS * CHISOLM, Charleston; Messrs.
GOURDIN, MATTHIH88EN ti CO, Messrs. JOHN
FRASER & CO.; GEO. B. MOREWGOD, Esq., New
york. imo March 2C J
TO BENT, &c.
STORE TO RENT-TO RENT, THE
THREE-STORY BRICK STORE No. 4* HAYNE
8 TREET, In complete order "Will be rented at a mode?
rate rent to a good tenant Apply at No. 36 BROAD
TO RENT -ATWO.illVD-A.HALF STURT
WOODEN DWELLING HOUSlf, No. 6 MEETING
STREET, near tbe Battery. Apply at No. 7 MEETING
STREET, or No. SC HAYNE STREET.
April 10 o*
TO RENT, THE HOUSE AND LOT COR?
NER of Middle and Laurens streets, now under
I rf pairs. Apply to GEO. W. EGAN on the premises, or
at the corner of Bull and Pitt streets.
TO RENT-ONE GOOD ROOM. IN A DWEL?
LING house. Also a SOHOOL HOUSE, wbich
could bo used BB a d* eUtng also. Apply at No. 110
TO RENT, A PART OF THE HOUSE No 4
Marsh-street, cooslstiDg of three rooms. For fur?
ther particular?, apply on the premises.
TO RENT, THE HALF OF THAT DESIR?
ABLE RESIDENCE at the corner of Montague and
Qadsdon-streets. For terms and other particulars ap?
ply to W. E. HASKELL, at Planters and Mechanics'
Bank, or at the premises. stuth? March 30
TO REST, THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI.
DENCE, No. 23 Meeting.street, corner of Ladson's
Court, with fine garden and shrubbery.
Shed No. 6 Pinckney-stroet
Apply to THEODORE STONEY,
March 16_Yandcrhorat's Wharf.
STORES TO RENT-THAT BUILDING ON
Fraser's Wharf, adjoining tho store occupied bj
James W. Brown A Co., and Immediately south of nun
Custom House. Thc building is divided into four parts
each division containing three floors, having afronto
twenty feet, by a depth of forty feet. Tbey may b<
used either as stores or warehouses, sod will be rentct
singly or 'ogether. Apply to I. 8. K. BENNETT, No
IO Broad-stroet, second floor, or address A. C. E., bo
No. 144, Charleston P. O. stuthS* April 7
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
itU I AAA REWARD.-A REWARD O?
?BlUUvJ ONE TH0U81ND DOLLARS will b<
paid for proof to conviction of the incendiary who fire?:
the budding on King-street, resulting in the destractioz
of "Robb's Row," on the morning of Thursday, 5tl
lust. Z. B. OAKES,
March 9 3 I ara rance Agent
db OA REWARD.-STOLEN FROM Ml
m)a\J stable, on ths night of the 4th, a BRow>
MARE MULE, mane and tall shaved; has white ocr OBI
tcp of head, one fore foot turned in. The above reward
will bo paid for the recovery of the. Mule, and an addi
tional sum Or proof to convict the th u f. Apply to
W. J. HUT80N.
Mt Hoi y, N. E. Ii. R.,
Or to JNO. CHRISTOPHER,
April 7_stuth3?_No. gOO King-street
STRAYKD, TWO FIVE HULE?, FRO Al
Stirling. nearChessco Landing, A shepoo, April 6
one a dark bay mare mule, the other a horse mule, th<
color of a Spanish Jack. Thoy are 15 hands high ant
heavy, 6 or 0 years old, and in fine condition. Theil
manes and tails aro trimmed, and they are branded oi
the neck with the letter "8." These mules recent];
arrived from New York, and were bronybt to the phut
talion from Charleston by Bacon's Bridge, Sullivan'!
Ferry and Walterbor o'.
$40 is offerod for their prompt recovery, or $20 foi
oither. lt B. RHETT, Ja.
April 0_ ._?.?_3*_
LOST OR STOLEN FROM BRIG ALFRED
KERR'S Wharf, a BOAT, about 14 feet long and I
leet wide, painted white, with black gunwale. $15 rc
ward ls offerod for its recovery and no questions asked
MIS8 J. R. CURTIS HAS OPENED A 80HOOL IN
the "Primary Basement Room" of the Public
School, 8t Philip-street for the instruction of chUdren
j of both sexes, and solicits a abare of patronage from
[ her friends and the public generally.
UF.F E BI:>. o KS.-Rev. Wm. Curtis, D. D., Principal
Lime-tone Institute; Dr. Shier, Mr. Jas. Robinson.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
MRS. JOHN LAURENS, ASSISTED BY REY. W.
B. W. HOWE, wul open on Fini Monday in April,
! a BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, at No. W Coming,
street English, French, and Latin will be taught; also
Music if desired. March 97
HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME
of NEWMAN A FOWLER, is this day dissolved
by mutual cousent A. F. NEWMAN.
Novomber 28 EDWARD FOWLES.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
PARTNERSHIP for carrying on an AUCTION,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND INSURANCE B?8I
NESS, under the name of LEE A CO.
Particular a'.tention will be given to the purchase and
sale of STOCKS, BONDS, and REAL ESTATE, both al
auction and private sale; and they hope, by strict atten
i tion to buBlncKB, to merit and receive a share of public
Office In BASEMENT OF STATE BANK. Broad street
A M. LEE.
Charleston, S. C., March ai, 18G6. imo April 2
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSBIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
between JAMES W. BROWN, E. JOHN WHIT!
I and GEORGE F. VON KOLNITZ, under the name o:
JAMES W. BROWN k CO.. is, this day, dissolved bj
the death of Mr. JAMES W. BROWN. Tbe surviving
partners will close thc business of the late Arm.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SURVIVING PARTNERS Ol
thc late firm of JAMES W. BROWN k CO., will
conlinuc tho AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
at No. 11C East Bay, nuder the samo name (JAMES W,
j BRO WN k CO.,) and solicit a continuant, e of the patron
ago so liberally bestowed upou the late firm.
E. JOHN WHITF.
GEO. F. VON KOLNITZ.
Charleston, April 4, 18G6. thstulO April 5
NOTICE OF LIMITED COPARTNERSHIP,
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ENTERED INTO A CO
PARTNERSHIP for the pur: ase of transacting th?
TIMBER AND LUMBER BUSINESS in Charleston Ila
trlct, under the name and by the style of BELL, WHITE
WILLIAM BELL and I8\A0 D. WHITE are the
General Partners, and Dr. ABNER HAM, of Cambridge,
Mass., ls the Spocial Partner-having contributed and
[ paid into the capital stock of the said copartnership UH
sum of six thoueand dollars In cash.
I. D. WHITE.
Charleston, 8. C., Jan. 25, 1866. tuO* February 20
DR. JOS RPH P. CAIN
0FFER8 HI8 PROFESSIONAL 8 EB VICES TO THE
citizens of St John's Berkloy. Residence, SOMER,
SET PLANTATION. tuths8* _April 3
DR. T. HEKNSTJERNA .
PHTSIOIAN AND SURGEON, NO. 100 BROAD
N. B.-Diseases of a private nature cured with dla.
patch. January 19
ROYAL II A V A M A LOTTERY OF CUBA,
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVEBNMENT.
$360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SEVENTEEN
Prisescsehed and Information furnished.
The highest rates paid for Doubloons and all kind
Gold and Silver. TAYLOR k 00., Bankers,
February S Orno No? 16 WalLstreet Kew York
EDISTO AND ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY
OFFICE EDISTO A ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY, 1
CHARLESTON, 8. C., March 16, 18G6. (
BY ACT OP TUE LEGISLATOREN PASSED AT ITS
last session, tho EDISTO AND ASHLEY CANAL
COMPANY received permisti?n io Increase their capital
from Ono Hundred I'lounand ($100,000) Dollars to Three
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dolkre, In Shares of Oue
Hundrod ($100) DoUars eich.
The pubUc are hereby Informed that the books, for
subscription to the additional Stock, will be open from
9 A. BL to 2 P. M. daily, at the office of Mea6r9. JOHN
8. RIGGS A CO., corner Broad-street and East Bay. The
Stock subscribed for to be paid for by a monthly instal?
ment of of Five ($C) DollaT on each and every Share.
J. RAVENEL MACBETH,
_ Secrutrry and Treasurer.
P. 8. "Carolina Times" copy and send bill to this
Q?()?lf^?\A YEAH MADE BY ANY ONE
VOAKJKJKJ WITH $15.-8ttncil Tools. No ex?
perience necestary. The Presidents, Cashiers, and
Treasurers of three Banks indorre the circular. Bent
tree with samples. Address the American Stencil Tool
Work?, ?pringfleld, Vermont. March 16
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
will be held This Day, la Council Chamber, at 6
o'clock P. M. W H. SMITH,
April 10 1 Clerk of Council.
CHARLESTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.
AREGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THIS
SOCIETY will be held at the. Library Rooms,
corner Broad and Church streets, This Day, V tb inst,
at 1 o'clock P. M. A foll and punctual attendance is
desired. WM. G. MaZYCK,
April 10 1_Librarian C. L. 8.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY?
nr\HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THI8
JL 8001ETY will be held, This Evening, In Masonic
Hall, at 8 o'clock. Members will please be punctual in
attendance. JOHN McMAHON,
April JO 1 _Secretary.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY*.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THT8,80CIETY
will be held at the Mills House, To-Morrow Evening,.
the 11th instant, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order of the President. 3 April 10
CAROLINA CHAPTER, No. 1, R. A. SI.
AREGULAR MONTHLY CONVOCATION OF CARO?
LINA CHAPTER, No. 1, R. A M., will be held at
Masonic Han, This Evening, at 7 o'clock.
By order M E. H. P.
April 10 I LB. LOVEGREEN, Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE COMPANY,
This Evening, April 10th, at Masonic Hall, at half
past 7 o'clock precisely. Members are particularly re?
quested to be prompt in their attendance, as business of
importance will be transacted. By order.
JOHN E. BOINEiT,
n. O, t 0. Secretary 8. F. E. Company.
April 10 1
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE BEAURE?
GARD LIGHT INFANTRY will be held This Eve?
ning, at the Masonic Ha l, at half-past 7 o'clock. Mem?
bers are requested to be punctual. Business of Impor?
tance on band.
April 10 1* LEITCH, Secretary pro tem.
1 HOBIE LOAN ANO BUILDING ASSOCIA
THU THIRTIETH INSTALMENT WILL BE RE?
CEIVED This Day, April 10. at No. 36 Heyne st,
and at the Market Hail, at 1}? o'clock P. M., when the
Instalment wUl bo disposed of. A fall attendance soli?
Several shares will be sold.
GEORGE F. KINSEY,
April 10 1 Treasurer.
ESTIMATES WANTED TO REPAIR THE COURT
HOUSE. Sp?cifications can be seen at No. 0 Ex?
change-street. J. M. EA80N,
For Commissioners Public Buildings.
April 7 3
OFFICE CITY TREASURY. 1
CHABLKSTCK, April 2d, 1866. }
THE BOOKS OF THIS OFFIOE ARE RE OPHNED
for Fonding Interest due January 1st, I860, and-,
the Stocks and Bonds remaining due st that date.
The interest on City Stocks and Bonds for the quarter
ending March 31st I860, and the Certificates of Stock,
Period 18, of the Issue of 1867, due April lat 1866, will
be poid and redeemed In currency.
April 2 12 City Treasurer.
SMOKEY CHIMNEYS CURED,
NO CUBE, NO PAY!
JOHN HARGRAVE, SLATER.
SLATE AND TILE ROOFS REPAIRED TN THF;,
Orders left at No. 20 Society-street near Anson-street
April 10 3*
Miss M. HAMMOND
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE LADIES OF
CHARLESTON that she is now prepared to FIT
AND MAKE ALL KINDS OF LADIES' AND MISSES'
DRESSES in tbo latest and most fashionable styles. All1
orders left at No. 436 KING-STREET, thr-e doors
above Hndion, w1U be promptly attended to, and on the
most reasonable terms. 1* . April 10
SHOES & BOOTS.
KE8PECTFULLY INFORMS HI8 FRIENDS AND
the community that he has opened a branch of
bosiness in the bunding corner of King and Market
streets, known aa Adger's Big Store, where he has on
hatda large assortaient of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND ROOTS at reduced.
prices._toiha2mos_ April 10
LITTLE & CO.,
213 KING STEEET,
Under the Victoria Hotels
HAVE ON SALE, AND ARE RECEIVING BY'
every arrival from abroad, a largo and well
selected stock of
WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR'
THE SOUTHERN TRADE,
OONSISHJiO IN PABT OT :
HAIR-LINED CASSIMEBK 8?IT8
SILK MIXED CASSIMERE SUI18
SILK MIXED IRENCH TRICO CAS8IMERE 8U1T8
OXFORD MIXED CASSIMERE SUITS
DARK AND LIGHT ENGLISH TWEED 8UII8
FINE BLACK BIBDED CASSIMERE SUITS
FANCY COLORED ?'ELTON CLOTH SUITS
SUPER FANCY CASSIMERE SUITS (ALL COLORS)
FINE BLACK FRENCH D'ETE 8ACKo, PANTS AND
FINE BLACK RIBBED D'ETE SACKS, PANTS AND
FINE BLACK AND COLORED SILK ALPACA SACKS
LOW-PRICED BUelNESS COATS, SACKS, PANTS
AND VESTS. IN GREAT VARIETY
PLANTER'S LINEN. DRILLS. AND f PARISH
LINEN SACKS, PANTS AND VESTS, OF ALL
FINE WAITE LINEN AND MARSEILLES PANTS
YOUTH'S, BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, IN
CONSISTING OF *
FINE WHITE LINEN SHIRTS
COLORED BOSOM SHIRTS
CALICO SHIRTS .
FANCY COLORED PUFF BOSOM SHIRTS
SILK TIES, SCARFS
SUSPENDERS, ic, be.
The above GOODS are equal to any imported into this
market, and will be .-old on as REASONABLE TERMS
as can be purchased In any establishment in thia city.
Mrs. S. J. C0TCHETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMP0BIUM
FANCY MILLINERY GOODS,
NO. 263 KING-ST., OPP. BASEL, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
Country ordtrs filled with neatness and dispatch.
April 3 tuths2nw