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4 CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....APBIL 28. 1866.
vUAItLESTON DAILY NEWS,
O. B. OATHOART, Editor.
?ATHOABT, McSILLLAN & MORTON,
Mo. 18 HAYNE-STREET,
PAILY-TWHLVK MONTHS._>_ .-...JIO.OO
10 NEwffT>KALEB8.3 cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION DC THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
aw the. ?.isa? op UEnrrmxiB *e
xnain.ira*z in tire PostofHo? at the on?l
of onoh week ie publi-a-lied o ill o lull y
in TH_ DALLY ZffZTWS every ITri
Clat and Davis were not permitted an intorviow
with eaoh other. j
The revenue collected in Utah in 1864 amount
ed to $40,000. For 1865 it will reaoh $60,000.
There were fonnd one hundred and thirty yarda
of luco in tho back hair of a female smuggler on
tho Belgian border.
It 1b said that forty thousand acres are being
taken np every month in Miaaouri, under the home
stead law. i
Beoent soientiflo inveatigationa in Europe elioit
the fact that impure water ia one of the principal
causes of cholera.
A Texas paper claima that the mustang wine ia
superior to every dark wine in the world, except
Madeira. Burgundy and Lachryma Christi. i ;
The navigation of Lake Erie was fully opened
on the 23d, by the disappearance of the ico from
the harbor of Buffalo.
Judge Lucas P. Thompson, of the Supreme
Court of Appeals of Yirginia, died on Saturday
laBt at his residence in Staunton.
Hiss Lee, by her marriage with the Bake of
AuouBTENHEna, will be aunt of the Princeaa He
ulna of England.
A largo number of Congressmen have' had
apeeohes ready for months pant, which they hope
to deliver before the end of the present session.
A man in London tripped over a crinoline and
was killed. Here is a fine opening for an enter
prising man to start a crinoline insurance compa
ny. Why not?
The Masonic fraternity of SL Louis, Missouri,
have resolved to commence the work of erecting
a grand temple in that city at a cost of not lese
The fair sex in France are getting expert with
the violin. Some half a dozen young ladies hav<
boon playing boIob and concerted musio in Parie
with great auccess.
It is proposed in the Senate to discontinue the
Branch Mint at New Orleans, and to remove the
machinery and fixtures to Carson City, Nevada,
for the mint to bo erected at that place.
The Bridge mania ia epidemlo on the Uppei
Mississippi. Applications will be made to Con
groas?if not already filed?for bridges at Quiney
Keokuk, Burlington, Savannah, Dabuqne, Prairii
du Chien, Winona and Hastings.
A detective from Montreal Joined a Fenian ex
pedition at Calais and has not been hoard fron
since. Trouble is anticipated on account 'of tin
exolusion of Catholics from the Mayor's Court fo
the trial of the Cornwall prisoners.
An eocentrio individual went to one of our new
depota, a tovr days ago, and called for copies o
tho World, the Flesh and the Devil. On beinj
asked by the news-doaler to be more explicit, h>
said he wanted the World, Herald .and Forney'
It is reported that the President will soon issu
a proclamation setting apart the 17th proximo a
a day of fasting and prayer, in view of the antiol
pated visit to thiB country of the eholera. Th<
last occasion of this kind was in 1849, when Gen
Tayioii appointed a fast day, also on account c
The Emperor of Austria, on Good Friday, wen
throngh the annual ceremony of washing tho fee
of twelve poor old men, and aa many old womer
their aggregate ages amounting for the forme
, to 1069 years, and for the latter 1063 years. Th
eldeat of the gronp was 9G years of age, the young
Major-Oeneral Tubneu gavo a dinner, on th
i: 24th,. to Gen.1 Grant, at the Bailar?! HousB, Riel
xnond. Some fifteen or ? twenty officers and cit:
zens were invited. It was an occaaion of muo
enjoyment to the gentlemen who were present
Gen. Gbant and suite left next morning, on th
7.46 train, via the Yirginia Contrai Railroad, fo
The Paris Charivari publishes a caricature, i
which Prussia and Austria are represented eao
working away at a grindstone, and holding
sword with about an inch or two of blade to th
handle. Below is writton?"By dint of sharper
ing their sabrea to frighten each other, thore wi
remain in the end acarcely anything to cut wit
when tho day arrives for using their weapons a
An officer of tho United States Navy, whose vei
eel recently touched at St. Thomas, had an intei
view with Gen. Santa Anna, and describee him r
a very fine-looking old man, -with hair of a dar
brown, and appears to be in perfect health. B
does not wear spectacles, and seems likely to n
tain his eight for many years yot. The Qenen
does not appear to have expressod his viows upo
The London Builder gives us a bit of curiot
news from the orient. A Roman Oathollo Catk
dral is being built in China 300 feet long by 1?
wide, with a apire that will make it the most coi
i = epicuoriH object in the imperial city. It ia m
generally known that the Catholic missions, con
menced in China about three hundred years ?g
have made constant progross in spito of froquoi
and oruel persecutions, in which there have bet
hundreds of martyrs. Thore aro notf not fi
from 3,000,000 of Roman Catholics in China. Thei
is a Chinese Catholio Church, with a Chinui
priest, in San Francieco, Cal.
Paris is amused at a recont exhibition or impi
denoe by the notorious Countoss Oabtiouon
At tho ball given by Lady Cowley four obai
were placed at the supper tablo for tho Prince
Denmark and other distinguished personages wl
were prosent, the othor guests taking their chai
pagne and salad standing. In one chair was tl
--' y Countess Cowi?ey, in her charaoter of hostess; r
' Her ?eftsat th? Prince eating his salmon and/c
yraf and quaffing his champagne, with tho app
tito ?hd eest of youth, stimulated by danoing ai
flirtation. On his left was the Duchess of Baes
no, the mistress of tho coremonios at the Tuil
ries, as representing the Empress. In the four
ohair taking precedence of Countesses at
Peeresses, was esconsced tho handsome G?nntet
cool, colleoted. and unabashed. People stare
but sho was undismayed. Tho Countess Oastio
lione is, perhaps, the most beautiful woman in
the world, and waB originally 3nt to Paris by
Count C-Avoun to fascinate tho Emperor and worm
secrets out of him, in which mission she succeed
ed. At one timo sho was rcceivod at tho court of
tho Tuileries, but waB turned out in consequence
of tho jealousy of the Empress. Her latest froak
adds to hor notoriety, and is tho subject of much
V All communications Intended for publication m
this Journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Dally Newe, No. 18 Hayne-ttreet, Charleston,
S. G. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1866.
No man living enjoys a more widespread
reputation than Thomas Caiilyl?. He is
the great teacher in oot-emporary English
literature As ho has been before the read
ing public for nearly half a century, it is
fair to suppose that even he, the great
Jupiter Ton ans, mnst soon disappear from
this sublunary Olympus, -and take his -place
with the gods and horoes in another sphoro.
During the last six or seven years wo
have had but few of hie utterances, save in
his magnum opus, the great Fricdrich,
where, under the guise of history, he finde
abundant opportunity of delivering himself ol
all the swollen mass of splenetic cynicism
that had been accumulating during a life
time of three soore and ten. Had Cakuyli
written nothing but this "History," we should
know him protty much as we do now. Noi
is this to be wondered at when we oonsidei
hie ragged, unpliable mould, that stornlj
refused to adapt itself to the oanons of tht
sohools, as though he had said: "If you wan1
my criticisms, pamphlets, biographies, hiato
ries, eto. .(and I know you do want -them)
yon most not confine me to Billy, school-bo^
rules. I am a law to myself. I must tell m*.
story my own way. Dictionaries are ver*,
well, and Kaimes, Blair and Whate-ly an
very retrpeotable people ; but I will none o
them. Shams and humbugs ! Away witl
them ! *'
This course, he struck out in his Sartoi
Resartus, and at once electrified the public
Here was a bold, independent thinker, ao
knowledging allegiance to no authority, ant
expressing himself in terse, forcible, bril
liant language, in a style peculiarly his owe
full of rugged eccentricities, but deemed al
the more original for that. The young every
where were carried away with it ; those o
riper years were reluctant in their endorse
rasent of a genius so erratic, so entirely con it o
to all the received notions of the o-rthodo
didactic. They conceded his originality; bi
-"Why ean he not tell ub what he has to sa
in English?" We do not mean to insinu?t
that Carltle's merit lies in his eoeentrioit
of style; though we have not unfrequentl
been tempted to the belief that ? great doe
of hie manner was effected. This may hav
been the caso at first; in his later writings, w
feel assured, it had become natural. Hi
earliest published writings, we believe, ar
a serios of biographies in the Edinburg
Encyclopaedia, where the outward peculiar
ties just adverted to do not appear. I
'^Sartor Resartus,-" and "Hero. Worship,"?i
many of his critical essays?in "Burns,
'.Cfaiy*? Cromwell," and -"Frenoh Revoli
tion,"?they obtrude themselves more an
more. When we read the "Latter Da
Pamphlets," we began to think that tfa
author had run stark mad on the subject <
shams; But the History of Friedrich, w
are now free to confess, carries off the pain
Carlyle became early enamored of Ge
man literature, and worshipped at the shriu
of Jean Paul Richter and Goethe. Bi
while bis admiration for the latter was ui
bounded, his natural bent drew him (
Richter, deep, fanciful, brilliant, waywai
and lawless. Goethe made it one of tli
great studios of his life not to be ecoei
trio, but to conform to established rules; t
be and do as other mon, only greater an
better. But he was too straight-laoed for tt
ardont young Scotch student.
Carlyle'b "Frederiok Sohiller" is not <
this oharaoter ; more "human,'' as he himse
would term it ; and we well remember, wh<
we read bis "Life of Sterling," how than!
ful we folt that the great worshipper
heroes, tho universal shamoclast had for oni
deigned to lay by his hobbies, and oond
soended to write a simple, touohing narr
tive, in style and language appropriate to tl
theme. It was a tribute of friendship nobl
generously rondered; and though in all prob
bility not rated very high by tho author hii
self, had perhaps done more to onshrino hi
in tho hearts and affections of bis readei
than those works on which he professedly i
poses his famo. We may admire Oarlyj
pouring forth the vials of his wrath up<
Booiety and governments, sohools and dip]
macies; but wo love him when he takes i
his scolding boots, sits down, and talks 11
But we have already spent too much tii
talking about the style of the great Sootsma
we will now examine some of the leadii
characteristics of his mental constitutif
Hie matter is no less singular than his me
ncr. Here again he is a great ph?nom?ne
and may bs said to stand alone. Of ooui
we have no referenoe to his numerous itnii
tors. He seeks not such sooiety. The gr<
loading principle of his writings end tear,
ings is his worship of power. At first tl
was perhaps nothing more than the ubi;
very laudable admiration of strength
oharaoter and fixedness of purpose. 1
'Essays'-' and "Hero Worship" aro full of 1
laudations for tho groat and strong men in
history. But as ho grew older, and, as it
would appear, more soured with the world,
ho required something moro stimulating.
Blood appeared to be a necessary condimont.
Cromwell, Robespierre and Danton offered
strong points ; but Friedrich is tho groat
idol of his soul?Fritzolatry his religion. A
strong man can do no wrong. Let a King
but be obstinate, or, to call it by a daintier
phrase, be firm, and Mr. Carl y le gives him
carte Manche,?he may hang, draw and quarter
when, where and whom be likes.
Mr. Carlyle hatOB vulgarity, and ruveB
1 at Btnpidity ; and the world is both ?.tupid
and vulgar. He abominates hypocrites, and
the world is full of cant He cannot stand
humbmg, and the earth is full of shams.
What wonder ho scolds ! But we have heard
bo much about Dryasdust, Smellfungus & Co.,
that we can hear his tirades now without
losing our appetite for dinner. He has
played too long and too often on the one
string, we are surfeited. A slight change
would be desirable.
He hates America, and never allows an
opportunity to slip without giving us hie boni
son. The English, he thinks, are great fools,
but the Yankees are greater. Philanthropy
(in the Anglo-American sonso of the word)
he oalls tho greatest sham of the contury.
This ho has reitorated for fifty years. He
. has no faith in the ability of average man
> kind to govern themselves. Democracy is
i the sum of all villany; Constitutional Mon
* arohies aro shams and failures. Men do not
> know what they want; but ho kindly tells
* them : they want a master with a long whip.
: Genghis Khan and Frederick are his boau
ideals. What he thinks, and always has
' thought, of our late " peculiar institution," it
' wero needless to say, after what has been al
' ready stated.
* Wo have not heard Mr. Carly-le'b opinion
t of Bismark, but do not doubt that the Prus
- sian Minister stands high in the Scotsman'!
* estimate. There is Buoh an entire agreement
" in their views. But if Bismark would koef
f the respect of his old Caledonian friend, he
l must lose no time, and forthwith pocket the
) Prussian Constitution, send the Deputie.
f about their business, and (if he feels himaol;
* strong enough) pull Austria by the noso, ant
annex or incorporate all the minor Germai
? States. These are the very lowest terms up
'- on which Mr. C. can consent to reoognizo th?
- Minister's claims to a plaoe in his pantheon
i Mr. Carlyle recently delivered a speed
- ou h i s installation as Provost of the Uni vert? ti
i; of Edinburgh. It was an hour and a half ii
1 length, but very practical and interesting ant
- well received. Fortunately, he had conclude?
f not to write a fine speech, so he prepare?
>- nothing beforehand, and just gave the stu
r dents a fatherly talk in plain English, as lit
x tie CarlyleBe as possible ; but still character
it ized all through by the unmistakable mark
y and peculiarities of his mind. He give
o them wholesome advioe ; tells them to b
7 diligent in their studies, avoid cramming, am
y obey their teachers; speaks slightingly o
ti books, but is most earnest in his injunotion t
0 them to hold their tongues. He speaks s
0 length of the harm fine Bpeeoh has dont
18 Phocion, he says, who did not speak at all
e was a great deal nearer hitting the trut!
h than Demosthenes. Mr. Chas a great spit
i- against Demosthenes. Was it beoause h
n was eloquent, or only because he was a Dem
n orat ? Ho says :
," ? I do not mean to say vocal education shoul
,. be entirely excluded; but I look to something tha
will take hold of the matter much more ciosel*
d and not allow it to slip out of our fingers, and r<
main worse than it was. For, if a good speakcr
> an eloquent soeaker?is not speaking the truth, I
le there a more horrid kind of object in creation ?"
>f Of course he tells them to keep out of lit?
e rature. The boys he addressed might tel
i. him he ought not to preach what he is n?
r- practicing. He, the greatest tnlkor an
io writer of the age, tolls them to hold thei
it tongues and keep out of literature,
i- The requirements of the age, he says, are
*0 "A man with his intellect a clear, plain, gei
, metric mirror, brilliantly sensitivo of all objea
d and impressions around it, and imagining a
0 things in their correct proportions?not twisted u
into convex or concavo, and distorting everythir
i- so that he cannot see the truth of the matt?
. 0 without ?ndleBS grouping and. manipulation
'. healthy, cluar and froo, and seeing all round aboi
te But, he admits, " we can never attain thi
at all." He closes with a fine invocation i
)f the Future, translated from Gobi a? ; ai
If "one last word. Wir heissen euch hoffe
in We bid you hopo."
The New York Herald announces the hig
Iy important intelligence from abroad, th
Spain is about to abandon the war again
Chili and her allies, and wind up tho sho
by tho bombardment of "Valparaiso. This
y' a rioh oity of 60,000 inh Abitante, of who
10,000 are foreigners. It is so accessible
the harbor, and so unprotected, that a Spa
ish fleet can soon knock it to pieces, and woi
' immense destruction to life and propert
The prospect alarms the humane sensibiliti
of the Herald, and makes it ory out * * barb
rous," and oall upon the oivilized powers
' prevent the outrage. This foroes the Mobi
? Register to ory- out Oh I It asks, ? did Be
nett ever hear of a plaoe called Charleston
how, for many days, over a year, storms
fire and iron were rained upon that devot?
' oity, from the most destructive engines
8 war that soience and treasure could produoe
' how that oity had many thousand inhabitan
many of them foreigners, and many othe
' tender ohildren and helpless women?ho
it had wealth, in solid storehouses and prino
ly private dwelling?, to be destroyed? <
course the Herald did know and hear
1 * these things, and it had daily bulletins
1 ? record the progresa of the daily dostruotioi
and yet, not once did it pronounce the pi
? ?seeding u barbarous," or oall on the Christi?
118 powers to put a stop to it. We join tl
lis Register in the oxolaraation, Oh I
a good workman to miiio stick candy, flood wages
and steady employment glvon, at J. O. H. CLAUt?BEN'8,
WANTED, ABOUT TEN PIKLw HANDS,
to work on James* Island, for whom liberal wages
will bo paid. Apply at Christopher's Wagon Yard, No.
606 Ring-street._2*_April 28
WANTED, A COLOKRD WOMAN TO
Wash and do Obambor work for a small famity.
Nono bat Ihn beat qualified need apply. Inquir?* at No.
5 Orange street. 1 April 28
WANTED, ACOOK, WASHER AND IKON
EB to go In the country. Ont coming well ro
oommended can get good wages and apormanent sltua
tlon. Apply at No. 19 WARREN STREET.
WANTED, AN AGENT WHO HAS EXPE
BIENCE IN TUE CULTURE OP 8EA ISLAND
Cotton, to take charge of a Plantation near the Uity, and
already in tho boot Btato of cultivation. Apply to
April 24 tuth84_PORCHER k HENRY.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WHITE
WOMAN to cook and wash for a small family.
Wages liberal, flood recommendations reqalrod. Ap
ply at Mr. Panknln'B Drug Store, No. 123 Moetlng-strcot.
April 27 8?
LADIES' SADDLE HORSE WANTED.
Must be cound, yoang and kind, 15 hands high,
and handBomo. Apply to Mr. JAOKSON, Oharleaton
Hotel Stable?. __6 April 2?
WANTED. BY A SMALL. FAMILY RESI
DING** In the country, a respectable WHITE
WOMAN, between 20 and 40 years of age, to do house
work and make herself generally useful. Apply at this
office. _ April 25
WANTED? A WET NURSE, TO GO TO
Wilmington, North Carolina. Apply at once, to
the Sitters of M?rcy, CORNER OP BULL AND RUT
LEDOE BTREETS._April 23
SITUATION WANTED, BY AN INDUS
TRIOUS AND ATTENTIVE LAD, and for m small
compensation. Apply at this office. April 16
TO RENT, &o.
TO RENT?THAT DELIGHTFUL. RESI
Dr.NOE In Mount Pleasant Village, owned by Mr.
SAML. SANDERS, containing flvo rooms, on a high
ba.emont, having all neceBsa*y outbuildings, the yard
being woU shaded, with a good pump on the lot.
Apply to WM. JOHNSON'S Wood Yard,
April 23 East end of Laurens-strect
TO RENT.?THE DESIRABLE STOKE
No. 167 Maetlng-atreet, opposite Oharleaton Hotel.
Apply on tbo premises. April 18
ROOMS TO RENT, WITH STANDING
FURNITURE, at BROWN'S HOTEL, Summer
vlUo. 8. 0. Also, will accommoda to a few PRIVATE
BOARDERS. For terms. Ac, apply to
MRS. O. BROWN.
April 17 ProprlotroBB.
TO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI
DENCE, oornor East Bay and Inspection street; 8
square rooms, dreaalng room and pantry, S basement
rooms, ampio accommodations for servants, carriage
house and stable, with <very large lot.
April 14_PINOKNEY BROS.
TO RE NT?THAT COMFORTABLE.
HEALTHY LOCATED RESIDENCE, No. 66 Bad
cllffo-street, north aide, immediately opposite Smith
atreet, containing four upright, two attics, pantry anr
dreaalng rooms, together with a doable kitchen, stable
and carriage house.
A cistern and good well of water on the premises.
Possession given on the 1st of May. For partlculari
lnqulm at the premises or at No. 1C8 EAST BAY.
April 26 thema*
THE UNDERSIONED HAVE FORMED A PARTNER
ship to date from 19th lnst., under theI names o
FOLL?N k MATTHIE83EN, for carrying on a COM
MISSION, MERCANTILE AGENCY, AND BROKER
Prompt and particular attention will be given to th
purchase and sale of prod? cs and merchandise gener
ally. Office and Sample Rooms, No. 72 MARKE!
STREET, ia rear of Hayne-etreet. near Meeting-street
Oharleaton, S. 0., April 28 amwS
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE FXISTINt
between JAMES W. BROWN, E. JOHN WHIT
and OEOROB F. VON KOLNITZ, under the name c
JAMES W. BBOWN k CO.. 1b. this day, dissolved b
the death of Mr. JAMES W. BBOWN. The survlvln
partners -will close the bn Bin ess of the late Arm.
THE UNDERSIONED. SURVIVING PARTNERS O
the late firm or JAMES W. BBOWN k CO., wl
continuo the AUCTION AND COMMISSION BU8INE8
at No. 116 East Bay, under the same name (JAMES Vi
BROWN k CO.,) and solicit a continuance of the patroi
age bo liberally bestowed opon the late firm.
E. JOHN WHITE.
GEO. F. VON KOLNTTZ.
Charleston, April 4, 1865. thstuis April 5
HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME O
CAHILL A* CO.. is this day dissolved by inutui
consent GEORGE H. HOPPOUK la aloue authorize
to figti the Firm's name in liquidation.
SYLVESTER O AH ILL.
GEORGE H. HOPPOCK.
Charleston, B. C, April 14,1866.
GEORGE H. HOPPOCK
WILL CONTINUE THE WHOLESALE GROCER
and COMMISSION BUSINESS, at No. 185 Eai
Bay. 12 April 17
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED
PARTNERSHIP for carrying on an AUOTIOr
GENERAL COMMISSION AND INSURANCE BUS
NESS, under the name of LEE A CO.
Particular attention will be given to the pnrchase an
aale of STOCKS, BONDS, and REAL ESTATE, both i
auction and private sale; and they hope, by stri?tattei
tlon to business, to merit and rocelve a ahare of publ
Office in BASEMENT OF STATE BANK. Broad stree
A. M. LEE.
Charleston, S. C, March 31, 1866. lmo April 2
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
PICKED UP ADRIFT, A BOAT TURNE
bottom up, painted white, with green bottom. A
ply to FAlhCniLD k HAMLIN, east end Lanrens st.
April 28 3*
LOST ?R STOLEN FROM BRIG A LFREI
KEBB'S Wharf, a BOAT, about 14 feet long and
leet wide, painted white, with black gunwale. $16 x
ward is offered for its recovery and no questions aske
t??l "TaTY REWARD?STOLEN FROM M
ilptJV/ stable on Oakley Plantation, 25 mllos fro
Charleston, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the nig
of the 13th. a SMALL BLACK HORSE MULE, with
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule Is shod ai
Eoces. Fifty dollars reward will bo paid for the appi
eiislon of the Mule and the thief, or half of the amou
for the return of tho Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
FIVE (5) YOUNG MULES FOR SALE A
B. DOUGLAHS k CO.'S STABLE,
April 28 Corner King and Shepherd streets.
FOR SALE, THREE PRIME YOUN
MULES, which I wiU seU low for cash. Apply
tho Mills House Stables, Chalmers streit.
April 27 I
FOR SALE, TWO .NEW STEAM BOILER
30 ?^ feet long by 82 inches in diameter. Can
seen by applying at No. CO Tradd-street.
April 27 |
DR. MIDDLETON MICHEL,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 37 TRADDSTREl
BETWEEN MEETING AND GHUncU-iiTBEETB.
DB. MICHEL MAY BE 0ON8TLTED FROM 7 TO
A. M., 1 to 4 and 8 to 9 P. M.
April 28 _8tuthl3
DR. T. REEN8TJKHNA .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, NO. 100 BBOi
N.B? Disease.of a privat? estar? enrofl with a
patch. January II
MRS. GEO- It ICI D
WILL OPEN A SCHOOL FOB GIRL8, AT No.
Butledge-street, on Tuesday, May 1st PRKN(
and ENGLISH, in all it? branches, will be tangl
MUSIC extra. A few Primary Scholars will be receive
For terms, apply as abovu. fstn3 April 21
ROYAL HAVABA LOTTERY OF CUBA
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVBBNMBN
$360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN BYBBY SEVKNTK.'
Prise?cashed and Information furnished.
The highest ratea paid for Doubloons and all alad
ttol'? and Silver. TAYLOR & OO., Bankers,
February ? Omo Ho 10 WaU-atreet, Now York
FR?EN DSUIF I.ODGK, Ko. 0, A. V. M.
COMMUNICATION OP TJJI8 LODGE WILL TAKE
placo at Msaonlo HaU, To-Morrow (Sunday) After
noon, at S o'clock.
By ordor o? the W. M.
April 28 1 A. A. OOLDSMITH, 8ocrctary.
ZBRVBBABBbChAPTER,1.0, 11, H.A. HI.
AN EXTRA CONVOCATION OF ZERUBBABEL
Chapter will be hold This Evening, at 7 >i o'clock.
Candidates for the Royal Arch degree will bo punctual
By ordor. M. E. H. P.
PEtlPLK'S BANK OF SOUTH CAHOLI1VA.
THE ANNDAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of this Bank will take placo at the Banking House,
on Wednesday, the 2d of May, at 13 o'clock M.
On Monday, the 7th, an election will be held at the
aa-ne place for THIRTEEN DIRE0TOR8 to aorve for
tho ensuing year. Polls open from 13 to 2 o'clock P. M.
April 26 H. Q. LOPER, Caahler.
THE PUELAN BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1Q5,137, -and 139
CORRBU HARKET STREET.
THE PUBLIC ABE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that the abof e rooms will be opened This Evening,
under the superintendence of Mr. H. P. UIUNKH.
No. 105 EAST BAY.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
his Customers and the public In general, that he
has this day oponed hla ICE CREAM SALOON for thla
Ho alio has, In addition to hi* extensive Soda Water
Manufactory, recelvod by late arrivals new apparatus to
manufacture the delightful and cooling beverage called
"MEAD," whlob will bo sold every day fresh from the
glnns Fountains, at the old and woll known stand,
No. 105 EAST BAY.
SUCCESSOR TO CHUPEIN.
AprU 24 tathaa
ICE CREAM !
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY
inform his friends and the pnbllo gonerally, that he
has opened an ICE CREAM AND SODA WATEH
GARDEN, at the northeast corner of King and Calhoui
street?, where he would bo happy to rocelvo a oaU.
AprU 27 6* Proprietor.
TO PLANTERS AND FACTORS
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, A SUPPLY 01
3. H. HAPPOLDT, Gun Maker,
April 37 a* No. 40 Qiieen-atreet
THE NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TR A NBPORTATIO'
COMPANY is now prepared to forward FllKIOH
and MONEY PACKAGE*?, on the most liberal terms, t
Augusts, and all intermediate 8Utlons on the Bout
Carolina Railroad, and to Savannah, Gee.
W. S. WALKER, Agent.
W. T. J. O. WOODWARD, Snp't Fourth Division.
WHITE POINT GARDEN
WILL OPEN MAY 1,1866. SEASON TICKETS FO
sale at FRARY k KILROY'S Dining Rooms, N
214 King street, or at the office.
P. KILKOY, *
April 36 , Proprietors.
NEAR THE FOOT OF BROAD STREB!
CHARLESTON, S. O.
mHIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE, FORMERLY OCC1
JL pled by Mrs.. Cheney asa boardin* bonse, bavin
been thoroughly repaired and refurnished throaghou
la now open to the publicas a hotel, to be kept on tl
European system. Gnests will be furnished with mea
st all hours, either -in the Restaurant or in the Dlnin,
room of the hotel. Olean rooms and beds will at
times be furnished at a reasonable pries by the dsy, wli
a liberal reduction by the week.
No pains will be ?pared by the proprietor to make th
a doslrablo Honae for those who would combine cor
fort and economy. N. G. PARKER, P.oprietor.
Gentlemen of Charleston and Vieillit]
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THE
that they havo leased the second floor of the bull
Ingon the CORNER OF MARKET AND KING 8TREE*]
(known aa the Adger building), where they have fltt
up, in every particular, a flrat-class BILLIARD HAL!
comprising Eleven Tables, from the manufactory
Mesara. Kavanagh k Decker.
Those wishing to pass a pleasant evening In the enjo
ment of this game, cannot but holp to And this the co<
est and best adapted room in the City.
A privat? SAMPLE ROOM is attached, stocked wl
the finest importations.
Gentlemen are Invited to call and inspect for thci
LORINCt & TURNER.
KENTUCKY STATE L0TTER1
Drawn Daily at Covington. Ey.
M?RRAT, EDDT & CO., MANAGER!
Tickets from Si to .$10.
C'.ROULARfl SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDE1
for TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly i
tended to. Drawings mulled as soon as tho Lottery
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery?30,000 Ticke's ; i
Prises. Capital Prize, $60,000. Draws the last day
each month. Address
H. T. PETERS, U. 8. Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Hasel street, or Key Box 63, Poitofflce,
April 11_ 8moi
W. P. &??SSELL & CO.
No. lO Hay ne street,
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR
flTE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THB BUILDFJ
W of Charleston, and others who may be In want
BUILDINO MATERIAL, rhat we have perfected arraoi
ments whereby we are enable! to nil all orders I
RKGULAKORODD 81ZB WORK Wl TH D1SPAT0
nti-1 at LUW RATES. All work delivered from our i
UblUhmont will bs of the same character as that mail
factored by us in this city for tho hut fifteen years.
(JH O ?TV ?TI ?Ti h. YEAR HADE BY ANY ON
mtQXjXJxJ WITH $lB.-Bt?noll lools. No?
-perlene? neoessary. The Presidents?, Cashiers, a
Treasurers of thiee Banks indorse th? circular. E?
free with samples. Address the American Stencil T(
Works, Bpilagflflld, Vermont, March 1<
THE LADIES OF THE ST. PATRICK'S CONGREGA
TION rotpectfully announco that a Fair to ni 1 In tho os?
tabliBblng of a School for Boys will bo oponed or. Mon
day Evening, 30th Instant, at G o'clock, at Hibernian
Hall, Meeting ptroot, and remain opon every day during
the week, from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M., and from & p. M. to
11 P. M., under tho patrousge of tho following gentle
Rt Rkv P M LYNCH,
Hon W D PORTER,
H on WM AI KEN.
Hon P O GAILLARD,
Hon HENRY BUI8T,
Hon JAS SIMONS,
Hou C F SIMONTON,
Hon oil AH MACBETH,
Hon GEO 8 BRYAN,
Hon GEO A TnENHOLM,
Count St ANDRE,
Hon B RIOLS,
Gen J A WAOENER,
Gen JAS CONNER,
EilW'D LAFITTE, Esq,
TD WAGNER, Esq.
BERNARD O'NEILL, Esq.
EDW'D MOTTET, Esq.
J W BROWNFIELD, Esq.
M 8ELIGMAN, Esq.
W J MAGRATU, Esq.
JACOB COHEN, EBq,
T B TROUT, Esq.
OOX- JNO PHILLIPS,
THl S RYAN, Esq.
WM LAIDLER, Esq.
Z B OAKES, Biq,
MILES DRAKE. Esq.
J F O'NEILL. Esq.
A P FUEGA8, Ef(j,
THEO HUTOHET, Esq,
O D OARR, Eiq.
EDW'D DALY, Esq,
JNO 8CHAOTE, Esq.
J E CAY, Esq,
JA8 K ROBINSON, EBq,
G R CATUOART, Esq.
J S RICOH, Esq.
JAS WHITE. Eaq,
H Z LAU REY, E*-q,
8 Y TUPPER, Esq.
0UA8 E KANAPAUX, Ee?*u
U T PEAKE, Esq,
I)n J P OHAZAL,
TH08 O'BRIEN, Esq,
F O DkFONTAINE, Esq.
T KELLY, Esq,
0 O TROMBO. Esq.
Dn ANTHONY PELZEB,
P J BABBOT, Esq.
WM MATTHIESSEN, Esq,.
M P O'CONNEB, Es?i,
H F BAKER, Esq,
F. PONOIGNON, Esq,
W H OHAFEE. Kgq,
J B DU VAL, Esq,
OU AS P AI MAR, Esq,
T L QUA0KENBU8H, Esq.,
F MELCHHR8, Esq,
JNO COMMINS, Esq,
P O'DONNELL. Esq,
L F Lr BLhUX, Esq.
JNO DOUGHERTY, Esq.
H A DUO, Esq,
WM WHITE. Eaq,
JNO BI.AKE. Esq,
D EN rJTON, Esq,
S G COURT EN AY, Esq.
L F KING. Eaq,
JNO McKEEGAN, Eeq,
F G De COTTES, hsq,
M W b* AMAND, Esq,
JAS McOAREY. Esq.
GEO A BOWMAN, Esq,
J P SALAS. Esq,
T MoOARTHY, Esq,
J DORT HACK. Esq.
1 J LEGARE YATES, Esq,
N DEVEREAUX, Eeq,
I A MoLOY, Esq.
Committee of Arrangements?
JNO. T. KANAPAUX, Chairman.
T. BERNARD KING, Secretary.
JAMES 8ALVO, Trcaauror.
O R CAK8IDEY,
JNO H DEVEREAU,
E L HENRY.
E L COBDRAY,
F H DUO.
D A J SULLIVAN,
JA8 W DEVEREAU,
THOS P RYAN,
L T CHAPEAU,
Prices of Admission to be of follows:
Single Tickets. 25 cents.
Half Tickets. 16 cents.
Single Season Tickets.$1.60
Family Tiokot?. LOO
Family Season Tickets. 2.00
To be bad nt Courtena?'r, Hart's and Qulnn's Book
8tores, belgllnif's Music Store, Charleston Hotel, Mill?
Houhl?, and at the Door of the Hall.
April 28 7
W J ??'CONNER,
O A VON DOHLEN,
N F DEVEREAU,
L C NORTHROP,
F F CHAPEAU,
J F EARLY,
THOS P MALOY,
FLORENCE DO wT?IEY,
H A DUO, Jr.
Srnifliu AND SUMMER
NO. 219 KING-STREET,
ONE DOOB SOUTH OP MABKET-ST.
THE 8UB8CRIBER HAVING ALREADY OFFERED
ALL his LATE Importations of CLOTHING AT
LOW PBIOfcS. in accordance with ihe reduction of
prices in New York, now offers the entire stock of
AND WILL SELL AS
LOW A8 ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY?
The materials and workmanship of stock of Clothing/
are of first-class.
Purchasers are invited to call and see
Capt. B. W. McTUREOUS,
Who hss charge of the Sal.?? Department, will tako
pleasnre in showing them through tho entire Stock.
Senior of the old firm of MATTHIESSEN, O'HARA A
OO. _ April 34
LADIES' FANCY SILK, LACE AND ILLUSION
LADIES' AND MIS8ES'
AND ALEXANDBIA HA1
AND LEGHORN BRAIDS.
Also, a choice assortment of St. ETIENNE and BA8LB
BIBBONS, Nob. 4 to 100, In the LATE8T PARIS
STYLES. A full assortment or ENGLISH CORD EDGE
PLAIN BONNET BIBBONS, In all tho desirable shades,
2>>TOW OI aTTINO-,
And to which the attention of customers Is invited.
NO. 423 KING STREET.
MHS. S. J. MUTT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM:
FANCY MILLINERY GOODS,
NO. 369 KING-ST., OPP. HASEL, CHARLESTON, S. C ,
(Up Stair?. )
Country orders filled with neatness and dispatch.
April 9 tutlis amo