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CuiR-LBSTOiV BAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART; EDITOR.
CATHCART, McJLlXLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
j)sJLT -TWkLYE MONTH8........110.00
BINGLE COPTES.5 cent?
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION EN THE CITY?
mr THE LIST OF LETTES18 re
m iinina; in tho Postofnoe at the end
of each week ia published officially
in THU! DAILY NEWS every Fri?
New Orleans papers at this time have many columns
filled with "Hotel Arrivals." The city is full of strang?
ers, and everything is said to wear a busy aspect.
ff. The Jacksonville (Fla.) Time* says that thousands of
negro children are now educated in that State by their
present employers, who were slaveholders.
The imports of Montreal last month were $3,131,319,
aa against $1,613,193 for the same month of last year.
The increase of dnty ls about $300.000.
A new line of telegraph is being constru? ted from New
Orleans to Houston and Galveston, Texas, by way of
Opelousos, which will afford facilities over the present
route, the distance being much lesa.
SQueen VIOTOBIA has presented to the British Museum
one of tho Roman tombs recently discovered upon the
Crown property at Old Windsor. The other tomb ls
prese, ted to the town of Windsor, and is to be depot lt
ed in the contemplated local museum.
It is stated that Queen VICTORIA has sent an auto?
graph letter to the Pope, thanking him for bis action
against the Fenians, and offering him an asylum in her
domains, should ho be compelled, through political
convulsions, to leave his own.
A misunderstanding which has proved irreconcilable,
among the members of the late firm of TITLER A COLE?
MAN, proprietors of the Richmond Enquirer, prior to tho
union with the Sentinel, has, in its consequences, ob?
structed the publication of the EnquireT and Sentinel.
The Mexican Time*, of March 10th, mentions the ar?
rival at that port of quite a number of emigrants from
the United Slates. Most of them are settling in the
colony of Corroda. During tho mcnth cf February the
emigrants numbered 712, of whom 5 [0 were Americans.
The New York Sunday Dispatch makes a calculation of
the cost of balls daring a Beason in New York. It com?
putes tho number of balls given np to April 8 at 881.
Sum total expended thirty-one millions and eighty-five
thousand dollars; this, of course, exclusive of the
thousands of private parties and entertainments.
The Committee on Changes of Economy (In the Gene?
ral Co H fe rei co cf the M. E. Church, South, now In ses?
sion in New Orl?ans), in their Report No. 1. presented on
the 12th, recommend that the title of the Church be
?hanged to "The Methodist Church." Dr. E. H. MYERS,
of Georgia, is Chairman ot thia Comm tte e.
General J. E. JOHNSTON, President of the National
Express, notifies such stockholders of that company aa
have not paid the au ai of ten dollars on each share of
their stock as required by law, that said shares will be
disposed of at publio auction, on the 7th day of May
A young non, of the order of St. Theresa, waa lately
married in Paris in accord an ce with the new civil law,
without the interest of the church. The par en ta of the
bride gave their consent, and, what waa quite accepta
able, a good dowry. All the principal families in the
neighborhood, and the chief authorities of the town,
were present at the ceremony.
The New Orleans Times says: "It haa been suggested
hy a correspondent that the reason turkeys and other
poultry are ao high at present, is became the General
Conference ls in session here, and likely to be for sev?
erals weeks yet. Town Talk don't believe a word of it
He has known poultry equally high when there waa not
a conference within a hundred miles of the market"
According to an official return, >he total length of ral.',
ways to France on the 81st of December last was 8473
miles, against 8158 at the close of 186*. The total in
come for the year 1865 amounted to 559,997,018 france,
against 628,610,630 france in 1864; an increaae cf
34,416,288 francs. The average ptoduct per mlle hi
1863 waa 67,764 francs, and in 1864 67,(60 francs.
The Illinois Central Railroad received from the United
Statte, for tranarortiog troops and supplies, from
March, 1862, to April, 1865, $2,692,166; and from other
roads, $331,113. The company paid to other roads,
$876,432. 1 he net revenue received by the Illinois Cen?
tral Railroad Company, within the above named period,
The New Orleans Picayune, alluding to the statement
that C. W. Bowann and Jadge SHAVTXB, of California,
have the largest dairy farm In the world, covering
seventy-one thousand acree, says that the Ranchero
Carlaitaa, of the CAVADOS family, between Brownsville
and Corpus Christi, in Texas, covers over eighty leagues
or more than four hundred thousand acres.
A Mrs. LTSTXB died in Philadelphia on Monday, from
stoppage of the action of the heart, produced by chloro?
form admiLiatered by a dentist, at her own request. It
*as proved at the Coroner's inquest that the chloroform
iras not used in excessive quantit>, and was inhaled in
the usual manner. No blame waa therefore attached to
WILLIAM B. ASTOR is projecting the erection cf an
knmoL 83 hotel in New York, on the square bounded by
Forty-filth-Street, Broadway and Seventh Avenue. This
location is nearly fonr miles from the City Hall ; but thc
hotel, when completed, will not be as much ahead of tho
times ss was the Fifth Aveline, when Anos B. EKO laid
ita foundations. Mr. CRANSTON, of the New York Hotel,
is a'so said to have a large new house in contempla?
In New York city there are 15.000 dram-shops and
300,000 drinkers, each drinking two gill? of liquor per
day-300,00(1 barrels a year. This quantity would make
a reservoir 900 feet loDg, 60 feet wide, and C3 feet deep,
and could float four large Bhips in fuU sail; at $69 per
barrtL it amounts to } I8,0co,ti00. Ont r i 700 cases tried
before the Court of Special Sessions last year, not more
than 94 were sober when arrested. Paupers ia the city
cost $4.000,000 a year.
A silver wedding wiU be observed on the 28th of April,
at 8t Petersburg, lt ls that of Czar ALEXANDEB and
the Czarina. They were married on the 28th of April,
1641. The Tzar's birthday falle on thc 29th of April,
when he will be 48 years old. His wife, who is 42, is
Manx AUXAVKBOWNA, daughter of tte brand Duke of
Hesse-Darmstadt Fivo sons and a daughter are the
fruits of their marriage, the daughter, who beais the
mother's name, being thirteen. The eldest son died
Dates from San Domingo, to the 25th ultimo, give
particulars of the great fire at Port au Prinoe cn the
19th. The fire horned for thirty hours. The cause of
lt ls unknown, but it ls a 'act that efforts were ma.'e by
some men to set on fire tho houses that had escaped.
Thirty-three blocks were completely burned down, < m
bracing about 10CO houses. Eight or nine thousand
people are now without a home, many not being able
even to savo clothes for themselves and children. There
le great distress in consequence.
43* AM communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
Vie Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1866.
To Ute Public.
For satisfactory reasons we have withdrawn from the
advertising arrangement entered into some time ago
between ourselves and the Charleston Courier. The
agreement is therefore terminated.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN A MORTON.
April 6, 186?. _
GENEBAL CONFEBENCE OF THE Af. E.
We present in another column of our paper
thiB morning, the Bishops' Address to the Gen?
eral Conference of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, Sooth, and feel assured, it will be pe?
rused with interest by a large portion of our
readers. The Bishops review the affairs of thc
Church, since the Conference last met, eight
years ago ; call the attention of this bedy to the
leading interests of the Church, such as Sunday
Schools, and the various educational institutions,
that have suffered much by tho war ; recommend
Borne actioD, having in view the establishment of
seminaries, for the training of proachers. They
speak of the various changes and modifications
in Methodist economy, that seem to be de?
The Bishops, we think, may reasonably be con?
sidered the representatives of the extrome con?
servative elemeat of the Church ; and when wo
find thom apparently favorably inclined to many
of the reforms proposed, it is fair to presume,
that they will be carried. They snggest that
"certain improvements in the economy of tho
Church may be wisely undertaken at this timo,"
and urge an increase of tho number of Bishops,
without favoring the strictly diocesan plan, i. e.
to have a Bishop for every Conference. Tho Ad?
dress is signed by Bishops ANDHEW, PAINE, EARLY,
and KAVANAGH. The venerable SOULE, tho senior
of the Episcopate, is not present, being detained
at bis home near Nashville, by reaeon of the nat?
ural infinraty, incident to extreme old age.
There is every probability, wo think, of a
lengthy session of tho Conference, unices the hot
weather of New Orleans shah have an effect to
shorten debate. Never before was there so much
requiring the attention and legislation of this
the 8upreme Council of the Church. We will in?
dicate a few only of the leading topic?.
The name of the Church is to be changed. It
is alleged, there is no longer any reason, why the
Southern affix should be retained ; that a name
pointing to such geographical limit, is calculated
to exercise an injurious influence on the efforts of
the Church to extend tho sphere of her useful?
The relations with the M. E. Church in the
North will necessarily become a subject of dis?
cussion. The tone of the press and pulpit in the
Northern Chursh has become much more tem?
perate of late, and offers of reunion or frater?
nization may yet be brought about, though not
immediately iu prospect.
There will be several new Bishops elected. How
many we cannot say. We know t? few only of thc
prominent ministers, spoken of for this honorable
office. Rev. W. M. WIGHTMAN, D.D., of Charles?
ton, now Chancellor of the Southern University
at Greensboro, Ala., who for years edited the
Southern Christian Advocate in thia city, is one of
those whose name is mentioned in thia connec?
tion. No one could be more suitablo or bettor
qualified for this responsible post. Dr. Trios. O.
8UMMEBS, of Alabama, also well known in this
city, and a great favorite with all denominations,
is another prominent candidate. Dre. DOGGETT
and EDW.AT.D3 of Virginia, Dr. MCTYTERE of Ala?
bama, Dr. GREEN of Tennessee, and Dr. KEENED
of Louisiana, enjoying the esteem and confidence
of the entire Church, are mentioned. We shall
probably learn the decision and choice of the
I Conference in a few days.
Tho subject of Lay Representation, the aboli?
tion or modification of Class meetings, t.nd vari?
ous other changes in the economy and Discipline
of the Church will be discussed and acted on.
There is evidently a great change, in respect to
all these questions in tho minds of many of the
leading ministers, as well as iu a large portion of
the laity of the Church.
The Boundary question, tho interests of the
Publishing House, the varions Church periodicals,
the educational institutions, tho missions, the
colored people, and tho proposed establishment
of a theological seminary, all claim attention, and
must be acted on by thi*. body. Wo shall look
forward with interest to tho further proceedings
of this intelligent and influential ecclesiastical
body, and communicate to our readers, from time
to time, such information, as we think would be
likely to interest them.
THE CONFEDEBATE DEAD.
The Richmond -Examiner, of Tuesday, has a
letter from Mr. THOMAS H. ELLIS, President of tho
Hollywood Cemetery Company, from which wo
leam that tho number of the doad of the Con?
fed?ralo army buried at Hollywood is-11,075. A
register was kept, iu which were noted WFname,
rauk, oompany, regiment, and St ato of each sol?
dier buried. Every precaution was token to in?
sure regularity and system in the interments, be?
cause it was anticipated that after the war many
removals would bo made.
Mr. ELLIS says that there is as much probability
of certainty in regard to identity, or tho obtaining
any particular body asked for, among thoye buried
in the Hollywood Cemetery, as oxists, perhaps,
anywhere else under similar circumstances.
Ho then makes the following suggestion in re?
gard to these graves^ "The view I have is this:
With fow exceptions, tho dead of tho army are
buried together in rows, near to each other, ad?
mitting of but a limited number of walk-ways or
avenues. Theee graves I would have simply re?
moulded and turfed, with a small, neat head-Btono
to each, the surname carved upon tho stone, and
under tho name a number, referring to the num?
ber in the register, containing all tho particulars
known or given, as above stated. Tho exponse
of such an improvement as th.'s is easily within
the control of the ladies of Richmond, r ven in our
present depressed condition, and, with you, I con?
fidently entrust the subject to their hearts and
[Tho Examiner had already callod thc atten?
tion of the Richmond ladies to thi* work.]
There is another great cemetery hi Richmond,
..Oakwood," where even a larger nurat cr were
buried than at Hollywood. Tho total number of
soldiors inte rred in Richmond, during the war,
can not fall much short of 30,000,
WANTED, A. GOOD MILLINER.-TO ONE
who is fully competent,will receive a good salary
and steady employment Apply at Mrs. S. J. COTCH
ETT'S, No. 263 Elog-ttreet._3 April 19
WANTED, ON?' HUNDRED FARM
HANDS, white or colored.
Apply to H. W. KINSMAN,
April 18 2 No. 279 King st., up stairs.
"TITAN TED. TWO GOOD C'ONFECTION
W * EES. Steady employaient given. Apply at No.
27G King street. _2_April 18
WANTED, A WOMAN UNENl UMBERED
to cook and wash. Recommendations required.
Apply at No. 18 GEORGE STREET, from 9 A. M. till II
M. ?_April 18
Hf ANTED IMMEDIATELY, A F1RST
I W CLAS8 WASHER AND IRONER. None need ap
ply unless fully competent. Apply No. 45 CANNON, "
I doors fast of Smith street._ April 17
SITUATION WANTED, BY AN INDUS?
TRIOUS AND ATTENTIVE LAD, and for a small
compensation. Apply at this office._April 16
WANTED_A COMPETENT SEAM?
STRESS and housekeeper will bear of a good
homo in a private family, by applying at this office.. r
Southern lady preferred._April 16
LABORERS W A N T E D-ADDITIONAL
LABORERS (white or colored), wanted on the
Edisto and Ashley OanaL Liberal wages paid. Apply
to C. E. CHICHESTER, Superintendent, on Work, near
Summerville _March 10
_TO RENT, &c._
TO RbNT, A VERY HANDSOME SUITE
of FOUR ROOMS-bath and water-in House in
I the We8torn part of the city. Addreas Lock Box No. 8.
TO RENT.-THE DESIRABLE STORE
No. 167 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
? Apply on the premises._April 18
TO RENT, ON VERY FAVORABLE
terms, that-three story BRICK RESIDENCE No.
62 Tradi strerr, near Meeting. Rooms large and airy.
Apply at once to G. McBRLDE ?M1TH,
No. 27 Broat?-street, south side,
April 18 3 Near Stato-street.
TO REN i . HOUSE KO. 41 HASEL-ST.
corner of Anson-itreet. Tho Furniture, Carpets j
and all housekeeping articles (good aa new) contained |
therein for sale. App y on premises.
EOOMS TO RENT, WITH STANDING
FURNITURE, at BROWN'S HOTEL, 8ummer
villn. 8. C. Also, will accommodate a few PRIVATE |
BO ARL IKS. For terms. Ac, apply to
MRS. 0. BROWN,
April 17 Proprietress.
TO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI?
DENCE, corner East Bay and Inspection strert; 8
squire rooms, dressing room and pantry, 3 basement
rooms, ample accommodations for Strvants, carriage |
honse and stable, with very large lot
April 14_PINOKNET BROS.
TO RENT, THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI.
DENCE, No. 29 Meeting.street, corner of Radeon's
Court, with fine garden and shrubbery.
Shed No. 6 Pinckney-street.
Apply to THEODORE STONEY,
March 16 Vandorhorst's Wharf.
JUST ARRIVED, FIFTEEN PH I.ME
YOUNG MULES, which I wlU tell low for cash, or
on timo with good paner*. Apply at MILLS HOUSE
8TABLL8, Ohalmers-street_3_April 19
FOR SALE.-EIGHT PRIME YOUNG
MULE 1, which I wUl sell low for carh or on time,
with approved papers. Apply at the Milla House I
Stables, Chalmers-street. April 13
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, LOT SHAFT?
ING, PULLEYS, LATHES, Ac
Apply to D. J. 8TUBGES,
April ll_No. 16 Vendue Range.
FOR SALE, ALL THAT LOT OF LAND,
and ono story BRICK BUILDING, situated on
north side of WeLt worth-street between Met tit g and
Ul&son ntreets, recently used as a Jewish Church. Fur
terms, Ac, apply to either of tho under'igned.
H. H. DELEON, T
No. 22 Broad-street
8. 8. SOLOMONS,
N. E. R. R. Depot, J
LOST, STOLEN, ftc.
LOST, ON f SATURDAY, Utk INST., A
Ono pair of GOLD SP?.CTAGLB.8, wlUa Pebble
Glasses and Britannia Case, and in the case, nn one
side, a medical prescription; on the other side, Dr.
Screen, No. 9 BeauMu street. The Case also contained
ono cont United States postage stamp. Any pere< n
Anding the articles will receive the thanks of ihe owner,
and a suitable reward. if required, by I caving them with
HENRY H. PARSONS, at the Pavilion Hotel
April 19 2
(Si r/\ REWARD.-STOLEN FROM MY
ipOU stable on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
Charleston, on toe northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 13th. a BMALL BLACK HORS IS MULE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule ls shod and
pnces, fifty dollars rew rd wiU be paid for the appre?
hension of the Mulo and tho thief, or half of the amount
for thc return cf tho Mule ll. H. GUYTON.
LOST 'Ul STOLEN FROM BRIO ALFRED.
KERR'S Wharf, a BOAT, about 14 feet long ant 4
teet wide, painted white, with black gunwale $16 re?
ward is offered for its recovery and no questions asked.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSBIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
betw?en JA MES W. BROWN, E. JOHN WHITE
snd GEORGE F. VON KOLNITZ, under the name of
JAMES W. BROWN A Cv., ls. this day, dissolved by
thc death of Mr. JAMES W. BROWN. The aurvtving
partners will close the business of the late firm.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SURVIVING PARTNERS OF
the late Arm of JAMES W. BROWN A CO., will
continuo iho AUCTION AND COMMISSION BU8INE83
at No. 1)6 East Bay, under the samo name (JAMES W.
BKOWN A CO..I and solicit a continusnce of thc patron?
age so liberally bestowed upon the l ite firm.
E JOHN WHIT?.
GEO. F. VON KOLNITZ.
Charleston, April 4. 1865. thstuie April 5
HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME OF
CAHILL ii CO., is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. GEORGE H. HOPPOCK ls alone authorized
to rigii tho Firm's name in liquidation.
GtORGE li. HOPPOCK.
Charleston, 8. C., April ll, 1866.
GEORGE II. HOPPOCK
WILL CONTINUE THE WHOLESALE GROCERY
and COMMISSION BUSINGS, st No. 185 East
I Bf*;_12_April 17
COPA RTNK RS HIP NOTICE.
TEE UNDERSIGNtD HAVE THI8 DAY FORMED A
PARTNERSHIP for carrying on an AUCTION,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND IN80HANCE BUSI
NESS, under tho name ol LEE A CO.
Particular attention will be giv^n to the purchase and
Raloof STOJKH, BONIiS. and REAL EfTATE, both at
auction and private sale; and they bope, by sir let atten?
tion to business, to merit and receive a share of public
Office in BASEMENT OF STATE BANK. Broad strpet
A. M LUE.
Charleston, S. C., Marth 31, 1866. Imo April 2
THE 8UBSnRIBTR UA8 REMOVED TO NO. 27
BROAD-STREET, whero be proposes to carryon
tho business of AUCTIONEER ANO COMMISSION
AGENT. Will also continuo as formerly bis RKAL tfcj
TATK AGENCY and Brokerage in Stocks, Bonds, Notes,
Exchange and other Securities.
G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Refers to-Messrs. RAVENEL ft CO., Charleston;
Meserb WILLIS ft CHISOLM, Charleston; Messrs.
GOURDIN. MATTHIhSSEN A CO , Meiers. JOHN
FRASER 4 'JO.; GEO. B. MoREWOOD, Esq., New
York. Imo March 28
PRIVATE BOARDIn G.-MR . II. S. GRAY
BON, No 75 BltOAD-SlREET, leoond door west
ol' Guard House
Permanent, Day and Transient BOARD EES accommo?
dated. thf-.? April?
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY WILL
be held at "Nat Fuller's," at the corner of Church
ttreet and St. Michael's alley, This Evening. 19th Inst.,
at 8 o'clock. JAMES elMONS, JB.,
GOD SAVE THE GREEN!
THE CHARLESTON CI ROLE F. B. WILL HOLD A
Meeting at Masonic HaU, corner Ring and Went?
worth streets, This Evening, at iyt o'clock. Punctual
attendance is required.
By order. JOHN J. 8ISNETT,
UNION KILWINNING LODGE, No. 4,
THE BEGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION OF
this Lodge will be held at Masonic Hall, This Eve?
ning, at 8 o'clock.
By order of tte W. M.
The M. M. degree will be conferred.
April 19 1 TH08. A. FULLER, Secretary.
HOPE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company, held at the Engine House, in
Arcbdale-ttreet, This Evening, at 8 o'clock.
By order. DE LA MOTTA CANTER
April 19 _ 1_Secretary H. F. E. Co.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMP AN V.
AN EXTRA MtETING OF THE COMPANY WILL
be held This Evening at 7>? o'clock precisely, at
the Engine House, State street A punctual attendance
The apparatus will be tested immediately after the
By order. G. C. BLACK,
IHK KAW AND COALFIELDS RAILROAD.
AMEETING OF THE S lOCKHOLDERS OP THIS
Company will be held on Ninth of May next, at
the office of the Charleston Insurance and 'J rust Com?
pany, Kroad-street W. H. GODFREY,
April 19 th t Secretary.
WILL CONTINUE THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
at the Office No. 103 Broad-atreet, the copart?
nership between the late Dr. H. B. FROST and him self
having been dissolved by tho death of th* former,
April 18_4*_HENRY FBOaT, M. D.
DR- JOSEPH P. CAIN
OFFERS H18 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE
citizens of st John's Berkley. Residence, SOMER?
SET PLANTATION. tnths8?_April 3
1JR. T. KJ?KftHTJHKJVA .
PHY8IOIAN AND SURGEON, NO. 100 BRO AL
N. B-Diseases ot a private nature cured with dla*
patch. January 19
Onterricbt tettb trttc.lt int Sudjhnlrrn, ?Arriben,
Rccnuen, uub in ter (Sngtifdien Sprache non einen
jeminarifdje aebUbetcn ?e6rer. Uutcrridjtdftunccri tag?
lithoou 7-9Ubr Hbenke.
Hppllfanten reellen fid) g e f a n t g ft melben an
OcviilfelevTCT ter beuifdjen Sttulc.
9XrttiUflftraf|e ,, Citadel Green" gcaenilfcer.
OF MISS FANNIE CANTRELL'S 80HOOL WILL BE
contizined on Monday, tho 9th April, at No. 94
Anson-etroet opposite St Joseph's Church, for GIRLS
and B0Y8 under twelvo years of age. A class will be
formed in Mathematics, Music, French and Drawing.
BOA ?DING AND DAY SCHOOL.
MBS. JOHN LAUBEN8, ASSISTED BY REV. W.
B. W. HOWE, will open on Fir j* Monday in April,
a BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, at No. 13 Coming
street English, French, and Latin will be taught; also
Music ISjdeslred. March 97
ALABOE, ELEGANT AND YABIED ASSORTMENT
OF 8TaTIONERY, COMPRISING:
ENVELOPES.-The Celebrated Le Bon Ton, for
Visiting and Wedding Cards. The Magentus, latest and
most fashionable rx. Bx. Heavy P. O , No. 6, for Busi?
ness Purposes; Official, Letter, Note, Business, 4c, Ac.
BLANK BOOKS.-Ledgers, tournais, Day Books, full
and half bound ; Memorandums, Pass Booka, sc, ic.
PAPER.-Foolscap, Letter, Legal Oap, Note, Water
Lined, Note and Letter, Plain and Ornamental, Blue,
small Letter (gilt-edged) and French Letter and Note,
for foreign correspondence (to this we call the at?
tention of Direct Importers).
ALBUMS.-16 Picture Pocket Albums, 1 Clasp French
Morocco, Donble Clasp Altmms of aU styles tor 60 and
100 Pictures. Tte ladles are respectfully requested to
remember that we charge nothing for examining our
Block, but take pit asure in exhibiting lt.
Photographe of Lee. Hampton, Beauregard, Johnson,
and other prominent men.
Colored Pictures of all deseriplions.
Also, large assortments of Pens, Pencils, Bed Ink,
Black Ink, Blue Ink, Mucilage, Ac.
The ladles are respectfully informed that we have
constantly on hand all the latest Fashion Magazines,
Periodicals, Papers, Novels, Aa., Ac, ko,, kc.
Harper's Magazine and Godey's Lady's Book for May,
I just received.
Don't fail to give us a call at the Stationery and News
I Depot, No. 60 Meeting-street, next to the Mills House.
April 19 _th-a_UOINEsT k EUR Kg.
DETERMINES TUE VALU i OF HATS AS WELL A8 OF
heads, und public opinion baa affixed the stamp cf supc
I rior't; to STEELE'S NEW STYLES CF HATS ?OR
Hence the u nin term lt ted demand for this Ugh*, riob,
and eminently becoming fabric His new style, just
opened, is the current hat of thn season. It bears the
impress of taste In dealgn and skill in manufacture up?
on its shape, its proportion ita sompact yet elastic aob
I stance, its finish, and its trimmings. STEELE,
Purveyor of Hat Fashions,
April 19 th2 King st., opposite Society st
LADIES' FANCY SILK, LACE AND ILLUSION
LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND ALEXANDRIA HATS,
AND LEGHORN BRAIDS
Also, a choice assortment ot ST. ETIENNE and BASLE
RIBBONS, Nos. 4 to 1U0, In the LATEST PARIS
STYLES. A full a-S'irrmeutor ENoLIsH COR" EDGE
PLAIN BONNET RIBBON?, lu a 1 the d?sirable shades,
And to which the attention of cu-tomers 1B Invited.
April 19_ N->. 423 KING STREET.
SASHES. BL IADS. DOOKS,
NEWELS, BALUSTERS, &c
1 PAIH9 SASHES, 8x10 TO 12x20
lUUU 1000 pairs ULlNDs, 8x10 to 12x20
601) DOORS, from i feet f.xn feet 6 to 3 feet 4x7 feet 6
100.0UO ieet MOULDING- of all sizes and patterns
BRACKETS In great van- ty.
Measurements taken fur oou-sizud work and furnished
at short notice.
Tho above on hand and for sa e low by
W, P. BUSSELL & CO.,
April 19 th6 No. 10 BLAYNE-STREET.
FOR SALE, BEEAATTLE AND STOCK SHEEP
a* HUNT'S WAGON YARD, '
April 19 2? Ou King-street, near Lino.
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
JAMES C. JEBVEY, Wood Factor,
April 19_1? West End Montague-street
100,244 FEET SHIPPDitf TIMBER.
Chiefly 50 Feet Lengths,
FOR SALE BY
EBA??OH & MALLONEE,
AT THEIR PLANING MUX,
April 19 ?
BfES EVER BEHELD
WAS GIVEN TO ONE OF THE M08T BEATIFUL.
WOMEN BY USING THE
" CIRCASSIAN BLOOM."
lt will cure aR ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, such as
Tetter, Ring Worms, Spots, Blemishes, Pit Marks?
Chapped Skin, Redness, Roughness, Pimples, Discol?
orations. It will make the HOMELIEST BEAUTIFUL.
TRI A BOTTLE.
For sale everywhere.
JNO. M. MARIS A CO.,
FISHER & HEINITSH,
April 19 6 COLUMBIA, & 0.
BLACK AND COLORED
8-4 Worsted Grenadines^
WITH OTHER CHOICE STYLES OF GOODS, JUST.
JAMES B. BETTS',
NO. 353 King-street..
GEOBGE V. WILLIAMS & CO.,.
FOR SALE ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS,.
OF ASSORTED NUMBERS,
April la stuthlO
[The Edteto and Ashley Cami Company
ARE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OF MESSRS. JNO.
8. BIGGS A CO., corner Broad and East Bay.
SHARES, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH, payable
In momhly instalments of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE.
Apply to J. RAVEN EL MACBETH,
April 12 Secretary-and Treasurer.
l l J. COn HKTT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLINERY GOODS,
I NO. 263 KIN G-ST., OPP. HABEL, CHARLESTON, S. C.,.
Country orders filled with nearness and dispatch.
April 3 _tuths 2mo
j Inexperienced Nurse and Female Physician?.
Presente to the attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
I Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, by
softening the gums, re luclng all inflammations, will
I allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ls
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
Relief and Health to Your Infants*
We have put np and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say in confidence and truth of it what wa
have never been able to say of ?" other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE IO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one wt C
used it On the contrary, all are delighted with its ope.
rations, and apeak m terms of commendation of lta>
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In this
matter "what wo do know," after thirty years' exp??
rience, and PLEDGE OUR8ELVES FOR THE FULFIL.
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. Di almost
every instance where the infant is suffering from pam.
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle,.
None genuine unless the fox timilt of CD RT IS A FEB?
KINS, New York, ls on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 35 Cents per Bottle.
For sale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
February 23 6m o Charleston.