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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAY'4, 1866.
?JAR?iESTON BAIL. NEWS,
O. ?. OATHOART, Ediior.
CATHCAR ? ', McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY?THRliE MONTHS.? SO
BIN?LE 0OPIE3....B cent?
TO NEWS DBALERB.3 cent?
LABttEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE?
JAR6EST CIRCULATION C? THE CITY.
aw ?BE IjIST OT XjBI'XTBJRS re
matning in the Fostoflloe at the end
?of eaoh -woo?? is published oilioiully
In THB DAn.v NB3WS every BVi
Tho Freo Masons of Brooklyn, N. Y., Lave
greed upon tho erection of a beautiful temple in
that city to oost ?300,000.
Other goods may have dcolined, but the riao in
hoop skirts on tho streets is at times quito start
Washington despatches state that the connso
of Dick Tukneii, the Oonfoderato commander of
Libby Prison, has bocn promised that his client
shall be released.
Large numbers of idle freedmen at Nowbern
and on Boanoke Island bavo been notified that
they cannot bavo rations after May 1 next.
The Brownlow-Woodbtjff quarrel reached a
new phase at Nashville on tho 25th. Eaoh of tho
belligerents was fined $20 and costs.
The Godar R?pida and Missouri Biver BAlIroad
Bridge over the Des Moines river is completed,
and the first locomotivo crossed on tho 26th. Tho
company have about 1500 men employed on the
The Dubnquo and Sioux City Bailroad is open
to Iowa Falls, 150 miles west, and excursion par
ties have interchanged, visits. It is expeoted that
tho road will be rapidly pnsbed forward to Fort
Jjodge, and thence to fhe Missouri.
The Detroit Tribune says: "The most absurd
reports are in circulation in our exchanges con
cerning the health of Gen. Cabs. His condition
has rapidly improved of late, and he is iu no
The Freedmon'a Bureau for the district of West
Tennessee have given notice to tho city authori
ties of Memphis that tho Bureau will no longer
relieve the city from the responsibility of burying
its own colored paupers.
Confiscation proceedings in the United States
District Court at Jacksonville, Florida, have been
?topped by an order from President Johnson. AU
the property of Confederates now in the posses
?ion of the Government authorities will bo im
The farmers in some of the counties of Illinois
along the Missouri Biver, who have been harassed
by horse thieves, are taking summary measures
with the raeoals. A few days ago two of them
-wore shot by the Vigilance Committee of Jersey
County, and on Thursday labt ?iiothcr ?r?u killod,
and still another shot, but the latter eaoaped with
A ball in him.
A late Paris letter ?ays of Victor Hugo and his
last novel : "Tho author of Noire Dame not having
found much favor with the public in his work of
Les Trava??evr? le Mer, determined to glvo it to
the public in numbers in one of the penny papers.
The literary censor has, however, prohibited the
publishing of the same." '
The Cleveland Herald telle of a young German,
recently married in that city, who on the 20th,
was taken suddenly ill, and, aa was supposed,
died ou the 22d. While watching by the corpse
on the 23d, bis wife perceived a motion of the
body, and anon after a second movement was ob
served by others present. A physioian was called,
restoratives applied, and the young man was
saved from the dreadful fate of burial alive.
The monster iron-cUd now vessel, Dunderberg.
is now receiving the completing touches of the
mechanics, in the yard of Wh, H. Webb, her
builder, at New York. The Government has re
cently intimated to the contractor the necessity of
completing the vessel at the earliest moment.
The Dunderberg has her manto, machioery, and
boilers on board, and the emoke-htack is set up.
A battery of improved guns is now being prepared
for the vessel at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, also a
large quantity of fixed ammuuitipn. The Dunder
berg is the largest American iron-clad afloat.
, The AugUBta papers last week reported a case
of robbery that for coolness, ingenuity and suc
cess, equals anything we ever road of. A business
house was entered in the usual manner from the
rear, the iron safo taken out, placed on a dray
provided for the purpose, conveyed to the river
bank, deliberately forced open, and its contents,
consisting of a fine gold watch, $500 in greenbacks,
and other valuadlos, abstracted ; and up to this
date no clno. has been discovered to loud to the
detection of the actors. This, as a genteel busi
ness operation, is worthy of Gotham.
An extraordinary sitting of tho German Diet
was convened April 9, at the request of Prussia.
The Prussian representativo mado the following
propositions : 1. That an assembly should be
convoned of members directly elected throughout
-Germany by universal suffrage, in order to receive
proposals, to be laid before the German Govern
ments, for a reform of the Federal Constitution ;
3. That negotiation? should in the meantime tako
place betweeu the various Governments to settle
tho abovo proposals. A motion brought forward
by the Austrian representative, as President of the
Diet, demanding the immediate communication to
the Federal Governments of the Prussian mo
tion, was agreed to.
There would appear to bo a war in progress in
Biohmond. The Etami- ersays: "Captain Adams,
in command of the police force, engaged in the
war jubt closed for the present, makes to his chief
the official report of the week's operations against
the dogs, hogs and goats by the corps be has tho
honor to command. Number of dogs captured,
86 ; hogs, 9 ; goats 13. Of the dogs captured six
teen wet'o rodeemed, and sevouty-two were killed.
The goats taken as prisoners were released by
order of the Mayor. The expenditures for carry
ing on the week's war was thirty-fivo dollars.
Paid for dogs redeemed, eighty dollars. Amount
paid over in excels of war expenditures, forty-five
dollars. Bale of nine hogs at auction, sixty-two
dollars ; hire of lot and feed, three dollars and
twenty cents. Total receipts accruing from the
war in excess of debt?iuourred, one hundred and
three dollars and eighty cents. Our late war
etruok a good balauco on tho Northern side of the
blood,' t>-?g ' : tl1*' c)?aiu6*?(jg-gi>t Wttr is like unto
it, on a reduced soale." .
. . i | j ' /,
Thero aro thirty-seven Protestant Churchea in
Paris, with fifty-four pastora. Fifty years ago
there was not one.
A Louisvillo lotter says the Episcopal Church at
the South exhibits a life and vigor not'dreauicd of
ton years ago.
There were only six porsons in Memphis in 1861
who voted against secession. Now thoro aro not
leas than six hundred porsons claiming to bo one
of the eix. Just the caso in Richmond, Bays tho
A handsome now custom Iioubo is going to bo
built in Cairo by tho United St atea Treasury De
The Spartanburg Fomalo College ia about toro
Biirao its exorcise*?! under the direction of Rev. A.
W. CoMatitios, D. D., a very efficient teacher, well
known for a number of yoars se Prosident of a
Fomalo College iu Asheville, North Carolina.
T.iu freight train on tho Seaboard and Roanoko
Railroad, on Saturday, 28th ultimo, brought to
Portsmouth thirty-oight cars heavily laden with
produce, among which waa a quantity of cotton
and tobacco. Tho buHitiesa of the road ia in
In tho Now Orleans Times of the 29th, wo find
that some of our South Carolina Dolegatea preach
ed on last Sunday as follows: Dr. R. J. lio*.u, in
Algiers; Rov. J. R. Pickett in Dryadea-atroet;
Dr. Wbitefoobi? Smith in Dr. Palmeb's church.
The Bishops elect were ordained on Sunday morn
ing, immediately after the 11 o'clock Orditfktion.
Sermon, preached by the patriarchal Dr. Lovick
Pierce, in the Oarondolet-Btreet church.
The Carolina Times, published in Charlotte,
North Carolina, gives an account of the fire that
recently destroyed tho resident:?* of Colonel War.
Johnson, tho President of the Charlotte and South
Carolina Railroad. The house was one of the
handsomest buildings in Charlotte.. Only par
tially insurod. Thought to have been the work
of an incendiary.
Tho Louisville Gowier saye : "A prominent dry
gooda honso of tbia city baa juat received a large
invoice of false calves. An experienced cutter and
fitter ?b oxpocted from New York this week, who
will take tho measure of the ladiob' logs and war
rant a satisfactory exhibition. The ladies will
have to be very particular as to the fit, as wo aro
informed by certain regular attendants upon tho
street corner (Fourth and Jefferson), that the
latest stylo of tiltera Bhowe not only tho entire
leg, but half the knee."
A letter to the Providence Press has some in
teresting statistical faota respecting St. Louis.
ItB population, according to tho writer, ia vari
ously estimated at 220,000 to 245,000? a medium
between tho two being nearest correct. Thero
lina been a vory rapid increase during tho paet
year. St. Louis has 91 churches, one normal
school with 60 pupils, 1 high school with 378 pu
pils, 29 district (public) schools with 13,980pupils,
several evening schools, 64 private^schools with
9,400 scholars, 3 commercial colleges, 4 universi
ties, 4 medioil colleges, a Mercantile Library As
sociation with 22,485 volumes, a splendid steam
fire department, 44 breweries, 11 distilleries, 1,151
B&loons, 24 newspapers, 9 of which are dailies ; 1
shot tower, 32 hotels, numerous asylums, benevo
lent societies, Ac
[Tho number of Universities and Medical Col
leges is sadly out of proportion to tho other in
BE- All communications intented for puoiicatton m
Cits journal must be addressed to the Editor or
the Daily News, No. 18 Bay ne-street, Charleston,
B. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We oannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
a ?i a
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1866.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORED.
The telegraph yesterday gave us the very
woloomo intelligence that an order has been
issued by the War Department (by direction
of tho President), declaring that Military
Commissions and Courts Martial are not au
thorized, except in cases of persons belong
ing to the army or navy of the United States.
The order itself has not reached us yet, and
we oan not, therefore, speak with any ooufi
denoe of its extent and provisions. We do
not know whether it will have any retrospect
ive bearing, and if so, how far back. Gov
ernor Perry, of this State, issued a proclama
tion, soon after be was appointed, restoring
oivil law, and opening the ordinary seats of
justice. This proclamation, we were given
to understand at the time, had received the
(sanction of President Johnson before it was
promulgated. But owing to the anomalous
oircurnstance of the State being at the same
time under oivil and martial law, the inten
tions of tbe said proclamation were only par
tially oarried out. Tbe military power had
tbe means to carry its decrees into execution,
whilo the oivil, power bad no suob foroe at
oommand. Mor oan there be a harmonious
co-ezistenoe of these- two authorities, while
the civil is subordinate to tho military. Tbe
latter, under normal conditions, is tho minis
ter of the former, culled in sometimes in cer
tain exigencies to ezeoute tbe decrees of tbe
oivil court-*. - Justice and equity are pre
sumed to be best administered by those who
wear the robes of peace, aud have cultivated
habits of deliberation aud equanimity, ut a
distance from the din of strife and clash of
The order abolishing those tribunals may
refer baok to thr? date of Gov, Perry'?-} proc
lamation, and annul the various decrees of
Provost Courts and Military Commissions,
given sinoe that period. Or it may only be
operative from tbe date of its publication
(M.iy 2). This will be determined by tbe
text of the order, which we may be able' to
lay before our readers to-morrow.
Tbe further uo/itf?uanoe of a Provost Court,
we presume will bo deemed both superfluous
and unauthorized. Tho Courts of the' Stato
are open fo allparti'es, if not by State enact
ment, certainly ho by virtue of the Civil
Bights Bill. There is, furthermore, a United
Sutes District Court here, which will take
oognizanoe of all oases that oan not be pro
perly ''djuBtod in the ?Stato courts. These
are tbe regular tribunals of the country, to
whiub grievances of any character may be
brought. The Constitution socureB to each
citizen the right th it he shall nut be depriv
ed of life, liberty, or property, without due
procesa of law. By this "duo process," how
ever, civil oourts, not Military Commissions
or Provost Courte, aro meant. It is true, tho
privilege of counsel is grunted tho prisoner
boforo tboso military tribunals, but under
such conditions and restrictions, that all the
advuntage is with tho prosecution. And
while, under tho old established maxim of
tho Common Law, ovory man is considered
innocent till bo bo proved guilty, tho practice
at least (if not tho intention) of Military Com
missions bears tho appearance of tho oppo
sito theory, i. e. that a man must bo held
guilty, till he shall havo established his in
nocence by incontestable proof.
Martial law becomes a necessity in a state
of war; but as it owes its existence to the
war, wo would naturally expect it also to
cease with it. The late war terminated in
April, 1865, with the general surrender of
the Confederate armies. The amnesty proc
lamation of President Johnson, which fol
lowed soon after, virtually restored tie
groater part of tho people of the South to
their rights under the Constitution (admitting
for the nonoo, that tbey had by their acts
alienated Baid rights). Tho appointment of
a Provisional Governor was another step in
tho same direction. This Governor, more
over, was authorized by the Chief Executive
to call a. Convention, which, in full accord
ance with tho policy marked out by the Pre
sident, authorized an election for Governor
and for members of the Legislature. The
Governor was elected, and, with the sanction
of tho President, was instullod into his office,
nnd has ever since been recognized as the
Chief Executive of tho State.
Hero, then, we have the entire machinery
of the State in full and completo operation;
from the Magistrate, She ri IT, nnd Constable,
to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
and Governor. And theso offices are hold
exclusively by loyal mon. For the condition
precedent, ns ?b well known, requires every
one, holding euch office, to take the oath of
allegiance and bring himself within the pale
of amnesty or pardon. Yet all this while
martial law was still in operation.
But to remove all occasion for it, tho Pre
sident officially announced on tho second day
of April la6t that the war is over, that the
privilege of habeas corpus is restored, that
maitial 1 ?w has ceased, nnd that civil law is
once again in force. Yet we know, from ac
tual observation, that martial law continued
to be oxercised here even after that proclama
tion. And now, at last, to leave nothing to
the uncertainties of inference, tho President
issues an order through the War Dopartmont
(the particular branch of the Executive,
whioh invested the officers of the army with
this authority), that "Military Commissions
and Courts Martial are not authorized."
It is true "Civil Law has been restored" so
repeatedly during the past twelve months,
while at the same time this boon has as often
eluded our grasp, that we forbear further
comments, not wishing to hn too positive in
our assertions oven now, when there appears
no longer even a shadow of doubt as to the
actual fulfillment of tho long-promised, ar?
dently-wished-for restoration of Constitution
al rights and civil law. Nous verrons.
O VERRE A CUING THEMSE L VES.
The Washington Star suggests that the
Radical majority in Congress, in their eager
ness to establish perfect negro equality?
social, legal, and political?bave defeated
their pet scheme 'by their own basty and
imperfect legislation, in the very section of
the country which it was intendod to
aifeot. It thus shows its inoperativeness
until Congress adopts the views of the
President as to the status of the Southern
"The execution of the law is entrusted to the
Judiciary of the United State*, which Judiciary in
not organized in the excluded ?States, and Chid
Justice Cuasi; says can not be organized until
Congress preparen the way by appropriate legt*?
lation. The Radicals must abandon part of their
polioy if they wish to insure the complete success
of tho remainder. Thus the Radical war to make
the Civil Bights Bill operativo in the Southern
States, and to bring the leaders of the rebejlion
to trial, will be to adopt tho President's policy oi
a speedy restoration of the Federal relations oi
the eleven States now hold as Territories.. Terri
tories do not have the benefit of tho F?deral Judi
ciary, according to Chief Justice Marshall, who
said: 'These Courts, then, aro nob Constitutional
Courts, in which the judicial power conferred by
the Geii?ril Government can be deposited. They
are incapable of receiving it.'
"Thus the law is immediately operative only in
the Northern and border States, in most of which
its strict enforcement will give but little satisfac
tion. This is particularly tho case in those States
whioh, like Connecticut, are opposed to negro snf
frage, and those which, liko Indiana, legislate
against tho MgTO. Tho legal contests cortain to
ensue will doubtloss strengthen tho opponents oi
the Radical policy, and will, we fear, in the end,
causo a reaction fatal to tho best interests of the
The Star does not state the ease in as
strong a manner as the faots justify. The
Southern States are not r600gmi-.ed, uither
as States or Territories, by any legislation
yet enaoted by Congress. It needs no ar?
gument to prove that tboy are not reoognized
as States. And that they are not regarded
as Territoiios is sufficiently evident from the
fact that Territorial Governments have never
been provided for them, nor Territorial laws
made to extend over them. Being then
neither States or Territories, how are any
laws of Congress, oithor the Civil Rights
Rill, or any others, to bo made applicable to
The Southern States have nover been re
cognised by Congress in any other OApaoity
than as States in ' rebellion, j But Jo point of
fact the rebellion bas long sine? ceased. It
would, therefore, take a '-'Philadelphia law
yer"?tho shrewdest of bis profession?to
dnfiue their status, and to determine under
what laws they are living, and to what au
thority they are amenable. So much for
VGKNTIiKIIlAN, FOllNKllLY AN OE
F10EII of the Qitartermaator'a Department, U.S.
A., thoroughly acquainted with tho routlue o? tho vari
ent! DopnrttuctitR at Wnililii^toii, offers 1>1? sorvlcro in
tito adjustment of c alma against tbe Government.
Ooverniiiunt 8-rcurilicn of all kinds bou?ht ami sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATHEWES,
May 3. lmn No. :tl,?i llroailntrcet.
WASTKD TO PURCHASE, A GUl'U MBA
ISLAND or UPLAND COTTON PLANTATION
in South Camilna, from thico to t-ljilit hundred ocrea,
WltsJ THE CROP PLANTED. Address, stating price
and full descriptions of tho properly, ko., ,4E A. O.,"
llox No. 11)0, Charleston, 8. 0. 8* May 2
INEORMATION WA NT KO OB' ONE
lilt I IK? HT C'A WDO.v, daughter of Patrick and Mary
Cawdon, born at Eniskillen Parish, County Fermanagh,
Ireland; married. In Chsr'caton on o HitRh Tonnolly,
about eleven years a/o; should bo about Si years of age.
Also, of her sister's child, wbo waa with lier.
Appl-o to ' L. 0. NUllTiilK?P, Att'y at Law,
May 1 S No. 68 Tradd street.
WANTRO, A COOK, WASHER AND IRON
EH to go In tho country. Ont coming well re
commended can Ret good wages and a permanent situa
tion. Apply at No. 19 WARREN STREET.
WANTED, A WET NUI18E, TO OO TO
Wllmlimton, North Carolina. Apply at onoe, to
the Si-tur? of M- rey, CORNER Ob' DULL AND HUT
LEDGE ?STREETS. April 21
TO RENT, &o.
FOR RENT, THE HOUSE AND LOT No.
13 Legarc-street; House contains 0 upright rooms,
2 att'es, drensltig room* and pantry, kllclten and ser
vanta' apartments. Lot 60 feet front by 785 feet deep.
Ap-ly to GAILLARD k MINOl'T, No. 7 Vanderhorst
Wharf._ __1_May 4
TO BE RENTED, A DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE, No. 6 At. Pl.illp-ulrc?t. E mittlre at No. 6
TO ItEVT.THK, HOUSE No.?31 MEETING
STREET, containing five rooms and gaa through
out; Kitchen complete, and conveniently attached to
tho lloiiao. Apply to Mr. MoEEEGAN, Meeting-street,
one door from Hold-street. 0 May 3
rr\0 RENT, THE DWELM.? PART OF
1 the apaclnus PREMISE-1, ?No. a.13 King-street It
1b well aduptod to a boardlug bouse, having largo parlor?
and many well ventilated chambers. Apply aa above.
May 3 8**
TO REN I', THE UPPER PART OP THE
Houeo No. fit Market street, containing 4 large
square Rooms. Apply to
JOHN A. ARMSTRONG.
No. 64 Markot Btrcet, north side, east of Meeting.
Tt? REVS', MtillB No. is? VENDUE
Range. Ala j, upper portion of Store northeast cor
ne r < f East Bay and Accommudatlon Wharf, suitable for
mi office. To an approved tenant terms will be moder
ate. Apply to FKRGU80N A HOLMES.
May 2 wfm3 Accommodation Wharf.
rpO RENT.?THE DESIRABLE STORE
A No. 107 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on toe premises._April 18
OOAIS TO RENT.?V mW l*uEA?A*.T
and desirable HOOMts TO RhN r. Appl y a?
April 30 No, 69 CHURCH STREET.
TO RENT, A COMFOUTABLE TWO AND
A HALF STORY HOU8E. No. 3 Toughty street,
one door from tho corner of RuUedge Avenue. Applj
at Ko. 35 Broad sir? __April 3S
TO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFUL. RESI
DENCE, corner East Bay and Inspection strott; ?
squire rooms, dreating room and pantry, 3 basement
nu mm, ample accommodations for strvanta, caxrlagt
house and stable, with very large lot.
April 14 fmw PINOKNEY BR08.
rflO RENT.?THAT DWL.IOHTPUL. RESI
JL DisNOE in Mount Plo?s2ut Viilogo, owned by Mr.
SAM D. SANDERS, containing five rooms, on a hlgb
ba emont, bavin? all necesaa y outbuildings, the yard
being well shadod, with a good pump on the lot.
Apply to WM. JOHNSON'S Wood iord,
April 23_East end of Lattrenf-streot.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
LOST,?WHILE GOING KROKI It KO a. D
Exchange and East Bay, to Laurons street, t
RtiLLOF WISE CLOTH. Any person returning it tt
Pond St Deverenx, Esst Bay, Adger'a Wharf, wiu bi
LOST, WHILE RIDING PROM THK
Mills House t.-> the Arsenal and back, a small G OL?
WATCH enamelled, with Chain and Lockst attached
Any persou rinding the same and returning it to tht
offl>-e of tbo Milla Hou jo will be liberally reworded.
LOST '?R STOLEN PIIOAI BRIG ALFRED
KERR'S Wharf, a BOAT, about 14 feet long and i
feet wide, painted white, with black gunwale. $16 re
ward Is offered for Its recovery and no questions asked
<_*r /-?* REWARD.?STOLE*, PHO.1I 1.1 \
UpOU stable on Oakley Plantation. 95 miles fron
Cttarleston, on tne Northeastern Railroad, ou the nigh
of the 13th. a SMALL BLACK Holts?; Mr LE, with i
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; tbe Mulo is ?hod anc
paces, fifty dollars row?rd will be paid fur tho appro
beuslon of iho Mulo and tho thief, or half of th?, uutonni
for tbe return of the Mule. N. H. GU?TON.
FOR SALE. LEASE OR RENT, THAI
well known and ertabllshe i HOTEL, lu Summer
vlllo, better known aa ' Bruwn'e Hotel." For term?, Ac.
inquire on the preniiies. wfm April 4
THE FIRM OF JOHNSONS A WHITING WAS DIS
SOLVED, by mutual consent, on the 1st of March
lHtie. O. ? JOHNSON.
A. 8. JOHNSON.
8. F. WHITING.
\,|7-ILL CONTINUE THE READY MADE CLOTHING
VI AND TAILORING BU8INESS in all Its branches
at the Old Stand, No. 373 King street, opposite 8 -cletj
Street . O. E. k A.B. JOHNSON.
April 13 fmwlmo
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE I-XISTINO
bntwt-on J-.ME8W. BROWN, E. JOHN WH1T?
and O LORO K F. Vi ?N KOLNITZ, under the name o
JAMES W. BBwWN k CO.. is. thla day, dissolved bj
the death of Mr. JAMES W. BROWN. Tbe bnrvlvlnt
partners wlU clono the business of tbe lato firm.
THE UNDERSIGNED, (SURVIVING PARTNERS 01
the lite firm or JAMES W. BROWN k CO., wil
continue ili.. AUOITON AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
at No. 118 East Bay, under the same name (JAMES W.
HUO?VN k CO..) and solicit a contlnuanco of tho patron
age so liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
E. JOHN WHITf*.
UEO. F. VON KOLNITZ.
Charleston, April 4, 1805. thstulfi April 6
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS D ?V. If N'T En EC
into a Coiiiirtntvehip for the trans ?ctlon of on AU '
HON, COMMI88I'.N, AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY
un.Mr the name and style if SMITH k M-.GHLIVRAY
They will also continuo, as formally, their Brokerage It
Stocke, Bouda and other Securities, and solicit consign
monts of Merchandise &o.
G. MCBRIDE SMITH.
April 33 mwthn A. O. MoGILLlVRAY.
THE UNDERSIONED HAVE FORMED A PARTNER
SHIP, under tbe style of J. D. AI KEN, A CO., f<u
the transaction of a Factorage and General Commlsalor.
business. J. D. A IKES.
LIONEL U. NOWELL
, LEWIrj M. COXElTER.
May 1 Office, Brown's Wharf.
TEPHEN L. HOWARD HAS BBMOVED HIS OF
FIOE from Vanderhorst to Boyne's Wharf.
April HO 6
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD STO: E9, MANTLES,
oar MONUMENTAL WORK, in design or finish, is
nnaurpasst'd In thic coantry. Ordtrs through Mall will
receive, the same attention as wheu given In ' person.
Drawings snd os lmates on application.
Address letters, to WaTHAN k CO..
May 4 telO No. 199 M< re or a tree t, N. Y.
Madame T. M. RUTJE3
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER FRIEND'. AND
the public tn general, that t-ho - has leafed the
above House, and spared no expenso to refilling the
tamo, making It a most cutufortable Hoooe, with all
modern iuapruVt-mej.U added. Also, adj-duing the
Hem e, an ICE CREAM SALO N will bo established
Due n. tico will "o ?Ivon of the opening, ?Mob will bs
shout the Mth at May. w?) MajrJ
tJIIAKLKSTON FIUK, KNUIMC COMPANY.
ATTEND AN KXTRA MEETING OF YOOU COM
PANY, at your Hall, WtntwortUalroot, This (Fri
day) Evening, at 8 )? o'? lock.
IJy order o? the l'rcellout.
May 4 1 Soorct.ry O. F. E. Co.
TBE EXEBCISE3 1>F MHS. DAW-iON'S RCIIOOL
will bo resumed on Monday, the 1st of May. In Pitt
street, opposite Dctbel Church. S May 3
MHS. GEO UKID
WILL OPEN A ROUOOL FOU OIRLS. AT No. 32
Rutled?e-Btroet, on Tuesday, May lBt. FBfcNCH
and FNOI.IHII, In all its ?ranches, will bo taught.
MU8IO extra. A fow Primary Scholars will bo received.
For terms, applr aa abovo._fatu3_April 21
MADAM HUMMEL RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES
to bor friend?, and the public generally, that ?he
has returned to tho city, and will resume tho duties o
her profession aa teacher o? the PIANO FOUTE. Wl )
also (?ire leasona In OERMAN and FRENCH. Apply a
ZOGBAUM, YOUNO k CO.'B Muslo Store, No. 191 King
DR. D. J. All?,
HAS A SLATE AT THE 8T<-'RE OF W. O. WBILDEN
k CO., corner of King and Beaufain strocts, where
calla for him during the day may bo loft.
April 30 mwiS
0H. T. IIKKIVSTJERIVA,
PHY8I0IAN AND HURQBON, NO. 100 BROAD
N. B.?Dlaeasea ol a private nature cured with ?_
patch, January 10
DITS. RAHUL & 1AiV.11
ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LIC that they havo established themselvoa aa APOTHE
CARIES and DRUGGISTS at the NORTHWEST COR
NER OF KINO AND MARKET STREETS. Their atock
haa been carefully selected by ono of tho firm, in per
son, and obtained chiefly from 8CHIEFFLEN k BROS.,
and Dr. E. B. 8QUIBB. Manufacturer o? Specialties.
TheyotTor a choice variety of PERFUMERY, FANCY
ARTICLES, nnd FRENCH PROPRIETARY REMEDIES.
Special attention will bo paid to the PUTTING UP
OF PRESCRIPTIONS ; efficient elerka having been
sacurod ; and one of tho firm will alwaya be in attend
ance. Drs. BAOUL A LYNAH will also attend to their
professional dntleB from thia Strre. May 4
NEW DBESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 lino
108 IN. BOBINET LACE
BHIRTINQS, best brands
SHEETINGS, all widths
BLEACHED LINEN DBILLS
BROWN & PLAID LINEN DRILL!
CLOTHS, ?A8BIMERE, Ac.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts
May a ln?o
84 BLACK GRENADINE
8-4 BLACK OKAPE MABETZ, for Shawls.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts
May 8 _ _ lmo
A LAUGE ASSORTMENT OP NEW PATTERN?
_ JUdT RECEIVED BY 8TE\MER8.
H. W. KINSMAN.
May 3 3 No. 379 KINGS 1 BEET UP 8TAIBS.
BUFF AND WHITE HOLLAND
ADE AND PUT UP BY
H. W. KINSMAN,
May 8 3 No. 379 KING-3TBEET, UP STAIRS.
jl/TADE AND PUT UP BY
H. W. KINSMAN,
May 8 3 No. 379 KING-STREET, UP 8TAIB8.
UITABLE FOB PABLOR8, DINING-ROOMS, ANE
WALLS. Booms papered by experienced work
H. W. KINSMAN,
No. 379 KING-STREET, np s t lira.
Mem of Charleston ana Vicinity,
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
that they have leased tho rhc nid floor of the build
ing on the CORNER OP MARKET AND KING STREETS
(known aa tho Adjfor building), where tho/ have fitted
iil>, I" every particular, a first -class BILLIARD HALL,
corapilalng Elevon Tables, from the " anufactery ol
Measrs. Kavana^h A Decker.
Tifosa wlshlnKto pas* a pleasant evening in the enjoy,
ment of this game, cannot hut help to nnd this the cool
est and b?*t adapted ro.,m in the City.
A private SAMPLE ROOM is attacked, stocked with
the flaest importations.
Gentlemen are Invited to call and Inspect for them
L0RING & T?RNER.
April 9 . .
NEAR THE FOOT OF BROA? STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
TBI8 WELL-KNOWN HOUSE, P* BMEBLY OCO?
pied by Mm. Uheuey aaa ???jardin / house, i a vin g
been thoroughly repaired an?; refarnt?te? throughout,
la now op n to the publlo as a hotel, to be kept on the
European ayate ni. Guests will i o furnished with meal?
at all hours, either in tlw n?*st ?nrant or In tho Mnlno
robm of the hotel. ''loan rooms and bads will at all
floes be furtilxhod at a reasonable price by the day,wl h
a liberal induction by tin week.
No pain? will be spared by vie proprietor to ake this
a desirable House for thoso who would combine com
fort and economy, N. G. PARK kB, P. oprleior.
. April g_Ij_13?
Ma^Ta'tf\'tf\'n* V??AK MADB BY AN* 0?\K
if?j?alyjxJxJ.- WITH Sio.-flteucli 'lo?la. No ex
perienoe neces-arj- The Preallenta, Caaiilrra. aun
Treasurer?; of threo Banks Indorse the circular. Sen
tree with samples' Addross the American ntoi.oa Too
?Vorke, ?Vpr?iK?eM. Vermont. March t(l
Well known to the people of"
CHARLESTON and the visitors
to this City, for the last ten
years, is opened.
The proprietor feels that there
is no necessity for stating more
than the above. The place is
known as one of the most re
spectable houses in Charleston,
and therefore he has no need to
Sole Proprietor Southern Exchange,
NO. 125 MEETING-ST?,
CHaR.LH.STUN, S. C.
C3fF"Tlie best Wine-?, Liquors
and. Se^ars are always on',
hand, and none others are
PU BILILARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1255127, and 129
Corner of Market street,
ABE NOW OPES TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ABE FUB
PHELAN & COLLEGER'S
UNDEB THE 8?PERINTEDENCB OF
MR. H. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MR. PHELAN'B ESTi
LISHMENT IN NEW YORK,
H. P. BINNS & CO.,
Msy2 Ijio PROPBIETORS.
THE MTIOI?L EXPRES!
THE NATIONAL EXPRES8 AND TRANSPORTA//!
TION COMPANY is now prepsred to forwartt,
FREIGHT AND MONEY PACKAGES en the mprtl
LIBER/vL TERMS, bjtweeu Now York ?ujq Oh-M-letton,
8. 0., auvsnnat?, fis., snd Allant-., Qsl, and all lu terme
d?ate etatioDB, both by land and ses. '
W. 0, WALKER,
Ageut, Charleston, 8. 0,
W. T. J. 0. WOODWARD5
Biiperintcndcnt < _ DiTi.J0B.
Gen. J. E. JOHNSTON,
SOUTHERN EIPRESS COMPAS1
Ornee Ko. 147 Meeting-street.
o oasrisTE otio _ts
-Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,1
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVE1
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
? W. W. ELMENDORF.
H. B. PLANT,
Frosiilont, Augusts, Qa,
R. 11. BUI?. OCK.
General Superintendent, Augusta, Gs.
A. A. mice:,
Sup't 8. a Soctlon, Charleston, 8. 0.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INfO/WU
tho Mercantil? Community, and the publloicno
ally, that having familiarised himself wilt, the iuties
of a OI'bTO BOUSE BROKER, be is now raid/to at
tend to Custom HotiSu Business r?oneriilly. vie 7
Prepsrsllo?! Of IMPOHT AND WAREliOCBK ?J?TRIE8
BE WAREHOUSE AND W11HDRAWAL ENTRIES
Lawsrd end Oatwsrd lorelgn and Cu&bt*lso ?aijlfosta
CLAIMS FOB DtMAOl-H, fto. /
DBAWBA ,K AND DEBENTURE CL/IM8
And MERCANTILE PAPKRS CE ?RALLY.
8 M LEpra,
V0 45 Ka*. Bay.
< At Messrs. Culm, ? - . -m'y * Co.'a
BatFKBBMora.?Messrs. John i iMM A to.', Messrs.
Bavenel A ?Jo. ; Mourn. James A.. . M jo. j Messrs.
? ohen, HarjO*-el k 0 >. ; Mei-srs. htr.inw. V^c?? * Co.;
Messrs Willis k Ohlsolm; Bon- Henry L/Bttlst.
May a ' / W?3