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ORIBSTON um NEWS, ;
0. R. CATHCART EDI io?.
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No. l8 HAYNE-STREET. ,
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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?rTHS LIST O?r* LETTERS re
-maln.in.flc in the X*ostoffioe at the end
of each wook is publish*M\ officially
in THE 13ALLY NEWS every iFri
Gen. CADELL, who waB capturo J with Gen. MAR
MADUKE during the invasion of Missouri, ia
keeping a boot and shoo store at Fort Smith, Ar
Tho annual mortality of tho negro population is
eight per cent., whilo that of the white is only
two, in Louisville, Eontucky.
Thorn is a report that Mr. MOTLEY, our Minis
ter at Vienna, has beon instructed to demand hi?
paesnorta and como homo, in caso .Austria should
porsist in allowing recruits for MAXIMILIAN'S
armies to bo obtainod in tbo Austrian Empire.
GUBTAVE Done lina finished his illustrations,
thirty in number, for TENNYSON'B "Idylls of tbe
King." They will bo engraved in London and pub
lished in Paris.
The greatest slaughter house in the world is at
Montevideo. A thousand cattle are killed before
breakfast, and it furnishCB most of the jorked
beef that is need.
The hnck writers in Washington now charge
members of CongrcBB from $25 to $100 for writing
their 8poeche8. Query: Do those hack writers
belong to the worshipfnl guild of quill-drt'oers ?
POSCH mentions a groat financial reformer who
is so devoted to figures that when ho has nothing
else to do he casts up bia eyes.
The maple "sugaring Boaeon" being now over,
the accounts from all quarters state that the
yield has beon unprecedented. The quality is
also better than ordinary-the fur morn having im
proved on. the old modes of manufacturing the
Tho BORERTS Fenians IIBVO issued a stirring ap
peal to the Fenian SiBterhood and "Sympathis
ers" with the causo, to contribute lint, bandages,
medicines, &c, to tho Irish "Sanitary Commis
?ion" as speedily as possible. "Clear the track."
CHARLES BENNET, of Brunswick, Me., whipped a
schoolboy lately, and on complaint the case was
carried into court. Thirty-eight citizens of the
place now came forward with an address, affirm
ing their great confidence in him as a man and
teacher, and presenting a puree of fifty dollars for
defraying the expenses of the trial.
Such is the cupidity of the malo nurses in the
Paris hospitals, stimulated by dealers in hair, the
moment a female patient diea her whole head of
hair ia out off. One malo nuree at the Hotel Dieu
is said to have made 800 franca by selling the hair
and teeth of dead patients in his ward I for ?den
tists are as eager purchasers of corpses' teeth as
hair-dresecre are of corpses' hair.
A Brittany paper announces an additional in
ducement to young girls about to marry. Two
young men, having been drawn for soldiers, wish
to find two young girls, each .'poascssiuc; 2500f. to
buy them off. When discharged from the army,
these young men ?ill marry their liberators, and
offer them "a happy home, provided they are
handsome and have good characters."
Philadelphia lawyers aro generally pretty sharp
fellows, and when they get into difficulties they
invariably find a knot-hole to crawl out of, if not a
more proper mode of egress; but a fellow, who
?claims to be Philadelphia lawyer, who was attend
ing to some law business in Princa William coun
ty, Ya., last week, has been indicted by tho grand
jury of that county for stealing boga. So says the
Washington Union, April 28th.
The Memphis (Temi.) Argus reports that a colic
ia carrying off tho mules in that section by thou
sands. The diecuso was at first confined to the
low river country, but it now extends to the up
land /arms as well, and is attributed by the Argui
to the use of Northern-grown corn.
HOBACE GBEELET, at the late Tribune festival OE
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment
of that journal, said : "HENEY J. RAYMOND (pre
sent proprietor of the New York Times) was one
of my first employees; ho waa very useful to the
paper in its incipioncy; ho was the only man whom
I ever found it necessary to admonish that hi
worked too hurd."
A French journal saya that "Ireland furnishoe
the chief portion of the falso plaits worn now-a
days by Parisian ladies, and if tho Corps L?gislatif
"would only bring in a bill for putting a tax on tin
importation of Irish hair into the empire, Franc?
might, without damaging bur budget, abo'ish tin
stamp duty on newspapers."
That literary American prig, CARL BENSON, ad
vertiues in til?* Now York Evening Post for rhyme i
to "suver" and "spirit." Numberless replies hav<
been elicited, but the light ono not found yet
PorhapB some of tho roatlors of the NEWS wouh
liko to try thoir bands. If so, we would forowan
them that the rhymes must he legitimate
In roply to the directions given by Surgcoi
CALED W. HORNER, Chief Medical Officer or th
Freedmen's Rureau, to the 8urgeon-in-Chief a
Mobilo, Alabama, that ofllccr reports that :\ larg
tent hospital for cholera is about being ostablishe
thore, rather closer to the city than the old hosp:
lal. Assistant Surgeon WILLI VMH, who i-? to hav
?bargo of the hospital, is directod to have even
thing in re-adiiuBB, but not to put up tho tent
Until thcdieeaBo has appeared in Mobile.
EDWARD MURRAY and wife, of Boston, Mase
lave brought a suit for $5000 against the phya
?.ians of the Boston city hospital, for making s
-autopsy upon the body of their eon, who died i
-the hospital, without obtaining their consot
tVery naughty or the doctors to let the son di
'Without the consent of hie parents.]
The Cantennial or Saint Peter is to bo celebra
ed at Home on the 29th or June, and a mon
ment is to bo built in commemoration of ti
apostle. The mothod adopted to raise money f
this object ia extremely charaoteristio. They a:
manufacturing iu Rome immenso quantities
iron wateh chains, still preserved, as is claiine
in the church of San Pietro in Vinculus. Tho
* flands aro wearing these ohaina in Italy, German
Belgium, Spain and France. Large humbc
have been brought in contact with the relics i
ferred to, and have acquired miraculous propt
ties from tho priaon, chains. Many wonder j
eves have boen reported. .
Tbo schooner Sea Breeze and s sloop, oyBter
:rafta, woro Boizcd down tho rivor by tho Oyetor
inspector's Deputy, Thursday afternoon, for not
laving a liconso, anti brought up to Portsmouth,
rho Captain of tbo schooner immediately paid bin
iodine, snd waB released. Tho sloop belonged to
i negro, who WSB very insolont, remarking that
"be bolonged to tho United Staten--not to Vir
ginia." Ho waa caged for bin emortnoaa nnd
failure to comply with the law.-Norfolk Virginian,
Count KOUCHEI^EF, tho incredibly rich Russian
who made Paris ataro flvo or nix years ago, has
refused to pay a mantua-maker'a bill of 5400L his
wife incurred in PariB recently. Hie defence waa
that there waa a mnrriago contract between hie
wife and himself by which each agreed to pay
their respectivo debts; that bo had already paid
$400,000 for bagatelles bought by hie wifo within
tho three last years; that be had aent her away
from Paris to keep her out of temptation, giving
her a beautiful homo in tho south of Frr>nco, and
allowing her $24,000 a year pin-money; but that
jowelera, mantu-makers and milliners aend their
tontera to her Southern homo to tempt her into
into all sort j of extravagance which exceed hia
ability to pay, although he has $600,000 a year in
come. Tho Court decided ho waa not Hablo for
tar AU communications intended for publication in
this Journal must be addressed to Iht EdUtn- of
the Daily News, No. l8 nayi\e-strtel, Charleston,
B. C. Business Communications lo Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied inlih the cash.
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SATURDAY MORNING, MAY G, 18C6.
The Hritinh Constitution ia on its trial.
Tho Iloform Bill recently introduced into Par
liament by Mr. GLADSTONE, is the most ex
citing topio that has come before that body
nineo tho passage of the Catho]io Emancipa
tion Act. The latest advices bring us ac
counts of the debate in Parliament on the
second reading of this bill, and we have pe
rused them carefully and with groat in
Tho Tories, of courso, aro opposed to the
measure, tooth and nail ; OUR was to bo ex
pected. The Conservative press for months
has been engaged in casting ridiculo upon
tho Whig Ministry and their attempted re
form, ascribing their zeal in the matter to the
basest motives of interest and self-preserva
tion. Olio of the principal arguments used
by all was found in the interrogatory : "IB it
probable that Parliament will acknowledge
that it does not represent the people ?" A
law passed by Parliament, enlarging the
franchise would be such an admission. It
were needless to stop and point out the fallaoy
ofsuoh reasoning. The same ratiocination
would preolude the possibility of any roform
Although ourselves decidedly conservative,
we are not prepared to subscribe to the or
thodox tenet, that " whatever is, is right "
" Leges Anglicanae nolumus mutari,1 has
been the ory of this party for hundreds of
yearB. But the world moves on all the same.
The Conservative element in a State is,
however,not to be lightly esteemed ; and it is
precisely the solid stability whioh this char
ter confers upon her institutions, that has ren
dered England respeoted and honored among
all the nations, and sot up as an examplo to
be imitated. The Whig party have been the
representatives of the progressive principio
in England for nearly two hundred years ;
and during much the greater part of this
period havo wielded thoroins of government.
But however radical the principles of a party
in opposition, its leaders cannot be long at the
head of affairs without finding themselves
under the neoesBity of modifying many of
their views. And such has been the case with
the Whigs; till at last the spirit of the age,
so-called, had so far outstripped them in the
race for progress, that they were no longei
thought to respond to the principles to which
they owed their charter. A new class ol
politicians arose,-for years on the outskirt?
of respectability,-who catered to the de
prived instincts of the rabble. Universal
suffrage,-freo church (or perhaps rather n<
ohurch) and democratic institutions gen
erally, were the cardinal principles of thii
new gospel. This party has increased elowlj
but steadily,-JOHN Biuon-rits great apostle
-and now constitutes a power, althougl
perhaps, not sufficiently strong to have an]
serious pretensions to the government, ye
wielding a great influence in supporting tht
Ministry, or voting with the Opposition.
The Whig Ministry has often been seriouBl;
threatened with a loss of popular favor ; t
prevent or counteract which, they, from linn
to time, bring forward some meuaure of re
form. This is hailed with satisfaction by th
people, silences the Radioals, and is violent!;
and bitterly oppo?ed by the Conservative!
Suoh a struggle is now in progross in th
English Parliament, und upon its issuo de
pends the fate of E.irl RUSSELL'S Cabine
The ohief advantage to the Whig party,;
6 strikes us, from the success of this or an
r- . , .
similar measure, is not so much in const
quenoe of the absolute benefit bestowed upo
the people, as the reflected oredit derive
from the abuse and opposition of the Tories.
Mr. BRIGHT and his fellow Radioals leo
their hoarty support to the bill proposed b
the Chancellor of the Exchequer. It is true,
is not all they want, far from it; but it is a ate
forward ; and they accept it as a good ome
On the other hand, it would appear that Ea
RussicLL has not succeded to oarry his ontii
party with him, and GLADSTONE, in his lu
speeob.es, inveighed severely against his o
poaents generally, and most bitterly agaiu
the renegades, who had left their party in i
hour of trial.
The Reform bill was introduced in ti
House of Commons, on March 12, by ti
Chancellor of the Exchequer, who set for
its principal features, whioh have previous
toon givon in the NEWS. HO stated that in
educing tho property qualification as his bill
iroposee, tbc number of voters will be ?n
?rensed by somo 300,000, 200?000 of whom
lelong to tho working elapses. Tho further
lonsidoration of tho bill was postponed from
.imo to timo till April 12th, when tho question
?vns on passing it to a second roading. Mr.
?SLADSTONE, wo aro informed, mndo this
motton, and supported it by a long, sharp,
3loquent, vindiotivo and impassioned nd
iresB, holding tho nudionco with tho spoil of
bis brilliant declamation for nearly two
hours. Ile spoke of the want of a Reform
bill, and the different pledges, which various
Ministers had givon to bring in ono ; and
claimed that the one now boforo the IIouso
was moderate, and should be satisfactory on
all sides. The address is desoribod by per
sons pr?sent as ono of Mr. GLADSTONE'S most
finished and scholarly efforts, and in rhetori
cal rospootB fully equal to his groat reputation
as an orator. Ho concluded his spoech as
follows: "Enough and moro than enough
thero has beon already of bare, idle, mocking
words. [Rather cool, aftor a two hour's
speech.] Deeds are what aro wanted. I
beseech you to bo wiee; and above Ml, to be
wiso in time."
Ho waB followed by Mr. LOWE, ono of thoso
charged by Mr. G. with defection from the
Treasury Benches. Mr. L. pitched into the
Right Honorablo Chancellor, calling him
very hard names. Earl RUSSELL and Mr.
BRIGHT carno in for their share. [A new
tbiDg for Mr. BRIGHT to bo in such good
Earl GROSVENOR rose noxt, and in a vory
calm and tempcrnto speech, dissected Mr.
GLADSTONE and his bill, throw back the im
putation of desorting his party, and charged
that act on the Ministors. Ile also stated that
he did not think that the present bill would
pass tho House.
Other speakers followed on both sides, and
the greatest excitement prevailed; the debates
being unusually spirited, not to say violent.
Tho public mind iu London particularly, and
indeed all through Englnnd, is vory much
agitated on the question. Enthusiastic ad
dresses and demonstrations to tho loaders,
from their respectivo partisans and admirers,
aro the order of the day. Somo of the
friends even of the measure, it is said, despair
of beiDg able to carry it at thi6 time. We
await tho issue with groat interest. Of the
polioy of enlarging the franohise, and the
good and evil accruing to a State from uni
versal suffrage, wo may speak at another
FORNEY AS A MAN OF FEELING.
FORNEY asks-"How would a Union officer
" feel ranged on an American frigate Bide by
" side with one who had risked his life to
" dishonor the flag under which both of them
" stand ?" We guess, if a battle were going
on, the "Union officer," rangod ?ide by side
with an ex-Confederate, would feel a CGU2
dence in the oourage of the latter that would
man his own heart to the confliot. He would
feel that he stood beside a man who would
stand boiido the flag to the last gasp, and
would die clutching its folds. If a brave
man, he would feel a generous emulation to
imitate his gallantry; if a coward, ho would
wish himself anywhere else than in that ship
with that man, for ho would know that tho
ship would be sunk before the flag would be
Again asks Fou VE Y-"Would not a Union
" veteran, whose sword had flashed in glory
" from the Susqqehanna to the Gulf, and from
" Maryland to Mexico, feel the laurels on his
"brow almost crushing into his brain as he
" was himself forced to associate with one
" who had only a few years before assisted
" probably to take hie own brother's life, and
"undoubtedly contributed to ridge the whole
" South with Union graves ?" We think not
The "Union veteran" would be more apt to
feel great comfort and confidence. He would
feel that he was associated with ono who
would not fail him in any of the dread con
tingencies of battle. He would feel secure oj
There is one point in this extract that de
serves more serious notice. The writer askt
how a Union soldier would feel if "forced to
" assooiate with one who only a few years be
"fore assisted, probably, to take his owi
" brother's life," &c, yet that snmo writer ex
peots the Southern people to feel the utinos
degree of affeotion for the men who slew theil
fathers, brothors, and sons, gave their housei
to the flames and their lands to spoliation ant
ravage, and are now endeavoring to deprivt
thom of the last remnants of constitution?
FORNEY,and SUMNER, and STEVENS coult
not, we think, over fool oomfortablo besidi
Southern men. They aro simply afraid o
them. Everybody knows this-even thosi
who follow their counsels. * They also dreat
tho arrival of that period when Southon
malu shall bo allowed to share in the spoil
of ornoo. That thought poisons the happi
ness of the immaculate FORNEY.
THE Memphis Avalanche, in speaking of tb
constant Northern denunciation of Mr. CAI
IIOUN, says thus foroibly :
"Malic? forover dogs the heels of greatness, an
calumny is its shadow. We aro not, therefor?
surprised to seo party ghouls and hyenas howliu
over the gravo of JOHN 0. OALHODN- a man wh
has mado such a grand chapter for history. Mi
OALROUN was the compeer of (itMt and WEBSTKI
His privat? character was epotlos?-and while tb
namos of CLAY and WEBSTER are oheriohed as ti:
brightest stars in tho galaxy of fame, it is singt
lar that a continual stream of abuse, falsobooi
aud malignity, should be vomited upon tb
noblest, loftiest, greatest aon tho nation has evt
produced. We intend to viudicato the memory <
this illustrious statesman, whether the assau
cornea from Northern Radicals, or from the mi
oreante of the Booth, vile enongh toochoevei
word of abuse, no matter how stupid and fot
every lie, no matter how patent In malignity."
VOKNTLRIUAN, 1'UKMKHI-Y AN OF
FICER of Uia Quartermaster's Department, U. 8.
., thoroughly acquati.tcd with tbo routine of tim vari
is Department* nt Washington, oiTors lils ncrvlcr-s lu
io adjustment nfc aiuis against tim Oovernmeut.
Oowriimcut 8tcurlticn ni all kinds bought unil Bold.
Apply to CLIFFORD ? MATHEWR8.
Muy 3 Irao No. ai)? Droad-streot.
f-N FORMATION WANT KO OF II N K
L BRIDGET CAWDON, daughter of Patrick and Mary
awdon, born at EatskOlea Parish, County Fermanagh,
ri-Und; married in Char'eBton one lln?h Tonnelly,
liuut olovou years a?to; ?hould bo about 31 years of agc.
Iso, of hor sister's child, who was with her.
Applv to Ia, 0. M0BTUB9P, atfy ot Law,
?lay 1 0 No. 68 Tradd street.
ITTANTICD, \(tlt)K,WASlUCKA\l)lllt)N. _
VV Kit to go in tim country. Out coming woll ro
ommeudod em got good wages and a permauont situs
ion. Apply at No. Ill WAHREN STREET.
IT/ANTKD, A WKT NURSK, TO GU TO
VV Wllrulu?ton, North Carolina. Apply at once, to
h? .Slaters of M roy, CORNER OF BULL AND RUT
aSOGK 8TREET8. April 33
TO BENT, &o.
rU RENT. THE HALF OK Til AT DESIR.
ABLE RESIDENCE ?t the corner of Montague and
3adsden BtrefctB. For terms and other particulars sp
ply to W. E. HA8KELL, st Planters and Mechanic?'
U?nk, or at the premises. stutbG May 6
FUlt IlKNT. -THKOI.-'FICK Ko.?. I1ASKI,
UTREET, now occupied by V. H. Kegler, Banker.
L-'or particulars inqulro st lim Ofllco. 6 May 5
TO RENT, THE DliSIttAUI.E NECOND
8TORY FLOOR over Storo No. 1S6 Meeting-street,
uppoRito tho Charleston Ilotol, suitable for a wbolonalo 1
establishment. Apply at the premises. 3" May 5 J
TURK HKNTEI), A DIOSIHAIIl.l-, UKHI
DENOE, No. 6 St. Philip-street. Enquiro at No. 6
Limoliouse-Ht oet. 3* May 3
TO UKNT.THK HOUSE No. 231 MEETING
8TREET, containing five rooms and gas through
out; Kitchen complete, and conveniently attached to
the IIOIIHO. Apply to Mr. MuKEEOAN, Mootlug-atreot,
one door from Reid-street. 6 May 3
TO IlKNT, THE DWELLING PART OF
iho spacloxiB PREMISE-*, No. S53 Ktng-Btrcot It
is well adaptod to a boarding house, having largo parlors
nnd many woll ventilated chambers. Apply ne above.
May 3 3?
alO RENT.-THE DESIRABLE STORE
. Ko. 167 Meetiug-strcot, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tho promlBos. April l8
KOO M S 'IO RENT-A KEW PLEA?ANT
and des ?rabio KOOMH TO BEN r. Appl yat
April 30 No, 69 CHURCH STREET.
rr\0 RENT, A COMKOItTAULE TWO ANO
J. A HALF STORY H0U8E. No. 2 Toughty street,
one door from the corner of Rutledge Avenue. Apply
at No. 35 Broad strrot. April 30
I'O RENT, THAT PERFECTLY
X. healthy and most dillghtfnlly situated HOUSE In
Hampstead, formerly tho rot-ldouco of John H. 1 uckcr,
Esq. ; couta nlug twolvo d2) rooms, with ampio accom
mod itloiiH for aervontH; fruit and flower gardeus. Rent
low. Apply to A. E. GIBSON,
Ko. G Accommodation Wharf,
Or TH0MA8 M. HANCKEL.
May 3 thal Law Rango.
TO RENT.-THAT DKLIGHTFUL RESI
DENCE in Mount Floasant Vlllsgo, ownod by Mr.
HAME. SANDERS, containing five rooms, on a high
ba<cmont, having all nocessa y outbuildings, the yard
being well shaded, with a good pump on the lot.
Apply to WM. JOHNSON'S Wood V ard,
April 23 East end of Lanrens-Btreot.
LOST, STOLEN, &c
STRAYED, FROM NO. 31 RADGLIFFE
STREET. a SETTER DOO; colar, orango and white.
Any one having such a dog lo their possession will
pleaso Inform at this office. 1 May S
LOST, WHILE- RIDING FROM THE
MiUs House to the Arsenal and back, a small GOLD
WATOH enamelled, with Chain and Locket attached.
Any person finding tho same and returning it to tho
omeo of the Mills Hon JO will be liberally rewarded.
LOST OR STOLEN FROM BRIG ALFRED.
KERB'S Wharf, a BOAT, about 1? foot long and 4
feet wide, painted white, with black gunwale. $15 re.
ward is offored for its recovery and no questions asked.
(?U PS X REWARD-STOLEN FROM MY
ipOU stable on Oikley Plantation, 26 miles from
Charleston, on the Notthesstero Railroad, on the night
of the IStli. a SMALL BLACK HORSE MOLE, with a
new SADDLE AND OBIDLE; the Male Is shod and
paces, fifty dollars r<)w?rd will be paid for the appre
hension of the Mule ?.id the thief, or half of the amount
for the return of the Mole. N. H. GUYTON.
FOR HALE_GRIST MILL, ENGINE AND
BOILER, good as new; will be sold for $t;60 If ap
plied for immediately. Apply at Messrs B..OUNT k
SIMPSON'S, Spring street, No. 46, near It uti o J go.
May 6 awi*
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE BUICK STORE,
southeast corner of Meeting and Hasel street?.
The LEOTUBE BOOM, lu Hasel street, belonging to
the Centrol Presbyterian Church ; and also some desira
ble Stores in Hayne street. Apply to
WM. H. GILLILAND.
May 1_tuth?3_No. v3 Hsyno street.
THE COPARTNEtt8HIP HERETOFORE EXI8TINO
under the name, style and Arm of HAOOOD H
MaCAREY. sod HAOOOD, McCtRKY & CO., at Plckens
Oourt House, is dissolved by mutual consent. All debts
duo hy asid firms will bo paid by HAOOOD k HOL
L'OMDK; and all debts due to the said firma must be
paid to them. [Copy.] . .?. E. HAUOOD.
J AMER Mo?ABEY.
Muy 6 1* W. H. HOLCOMBE.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPABTNEB8TI1P HERETOFORE 1-XI8TING
between JAMES W. BROWN, E. JOHN WHITE
and GEOBOE F. VON KOLN1TZ, under the name of
JAMES W. BROWN fi CO.. is, this day, dissolved by
tho death of Mr. JAMES W. BROWN. The surviving
partners will close the business of the late firm.
THE UNDERSIGNED. SURVIVING PARTNER8 OF
the late firm of JAMES W. BROWN k CO., will
continuo iho AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
at No. 116 East Bay, under the same name (JAMES W.
BROWN k CO..) and solicit s continuance of tho patron
age so liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
E. JOHN WHITE.
GEO. F. VON KOLNITZ.
Charleston, April 4, 1865. thstulS April 5
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A PARTNER
HHIP, under tho ?lylo of J. D. AIKEN. A CO., for
the transaction of a Factorage and General Commission
business. J. D. AIKEN.
LIONEL O. NOWELL
LEWIS M. COXEITEB.
Msy 1 Office, Brown's Wharf.
KB MU VA I,
FICE from Vanderhorst to Boyoe's Wharf.
April 30 6
THE 8UB90BIBEB, HAVING JUST BETUBNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
tho publia that he li receiving a lull sssortment ol
CLOTHS, OA8S81MERE8, COATINGS AND VESTlNOg
of tho best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to 8prlng and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and al
very low figures, versons wishing anything In my line
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
tho most experienced workmen, and am prepared te
make them up ?ia the very best stile at Edgerton A
Richards' old stand, Mo. 82 Broad-street
Maroh 80 J. 8. PHILLIPS.
NEAR THE FOOT OF BROAD STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
THI8 Y7?LL-KNO\TN HOUSE, FORMEBLY O00U
pled by Mrs. Cheney ssn boardin < house, bavin j
beon thoroughly ropalred and rofnrnlshed throughout
is now op<-Li to the public as o hotel, to be kept on tin
European system. Otiests will I e furnUhed with meal
at all hours, either lu the Restaurant or in tho Dining
room of tue hotel. Olean rooms and beds will at al
tliuoa be furnished st a reasonable priuo by the day, wl' 1
a liberal reduction by the weok.
No pains will be spired by the proprietor to n ske thl
s desirable House foi those who would combine com
fort and economy. N. G. PARKER, Proprietor.
April 35. 13?
Gl\Cisf\i\f\ A YBAIIUAOBBV AN V ON?
Vto&\J\J\J WITH fie.-Rt.ncll Tools. No e:i
per ten ce necessary. Tho Pre?! dents, Cashiers, am
Treasurer* of three Banks Indorse tho clrcnlar. fien
tree with sample* Address the American Utot oil Toe
Works, Springfield, Vermont. March 14
lAiti.HNTOX II. A.VI> IM COMPANY NO. I.
TTKND A 8PE HAL MEETING TO DE HKLI) AT
L L. KENAKE'H, Nu. 300 Klug street. This (Saturday)
ening, at 9 o'clock, to rocolvo ropirt of Com m turo on
rado. Every member ia expoctoil to lio preaont.
Hy order. JOSEPH HILTON,
Blay 0 Becrotary.
CHAIILESTON T V POOlt APIIICAL. SO
VIF. MONTHLY MEETINQ OF THE SOCIETY WILL
bo held at No. 10 Aueon streot, two doora north of
Irkct. at 8 o'clock This Evening, Gtti lust. Punctual
tendance l8 roqucstod.
?y oider. 0. F. 13. BREMER,
May 6 I Bccrotnry. ,
)FTHE SUBSCRIBERS SCHOOL WILL BE RE
SUMED (D. V.) Monday. 7th Moy.
May 5_2*_W. H. TARRANT, M. D.
DHE EXERCISES OF MRS. DAWSON'B 8CHOOI.
will bo rcsumod on Monday, tho 1st of May, In Pitt
reet, opposite Bethel Church. 8 May 3
DR. MIDDLETON MICHEL,
ESIDENCEAND OFFICE, No. 37 TRADDSTREET,
BETWEEN HEETINO AND CDOBCB-STBEETS.
DR. MICHEL MAY BE CONSTLTED FROM 7 TO 9
A. M., 1 to 4 and 8 to 9 P. M.
April 38 atntblS
DIL. T. HUEAiST.IElt.NA .
PHYSICIAN AND BURQEON, NO. 100 BROAL
N.B.-Diseases of a private nature oured with di?.
atoh. January 19
TALC! TALC! TALC!
M. & ?. ASHTON
BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES OF CHARLESTON
that they havnju at received a supply of tho colo
brated PEAUL POWDElt,
TALC SUPERFIN DE VENISE,'
A CHOICE SELECTION OF FANS.
They havo always on hand WI38, TOUPEES,
FRIZETTfc.8. BRAIDS, COIL8.CURLS. Ac
HAIK AND TOOTH BRUSHES, DRESSING COMBS,
TUCK COMBS, AND SIDE COMBS.
No. 105 KING-STREET.
May5_sw2 Opposite Bums' Lane.
WILL BE REOPENED ON THIS DAY. A FINE
assortment of ALES, WINES, Ac, have been
procured. 'Ihn subscriber will bo pleas *d to have the
patronago of tho public and his frlendB generally.
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 8 lmo
108 IN. BOBINET LACE
SHIRTINGS, best branda
8HEB1ING8. all widths
BLEACHED LINEN DRILLS
BROWN A PLAID LINEN DRILLE
CLOTHS, OA88IMERE, Ac
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts
May 3 lmo
8-4 BLACK GRENADINE
8-1 BLACK CRAPE MARETZ, for Shawls.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts
May 3 _._ lmo
SHOES & BOOTS.
KE3PECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AN1
the community that be baa opened a branch o
bu Hineae in tho building corner of King and Market
Atreols, known as Adger's Big Btore, where ho has ot
hai d a large a?sortment of LADIES', MISSES' ANi
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS at reduce
prices. tuths3ni08 April 10
LADIES' FANuY BILK, LACE AND ILLUBIOl
LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND ALEXANDRIA HATE
AND LEGHORN BRAID!
Also, a choice assortment of ST. ETIENNE and BASL
RIBBONS, Nos. ? to 100, in the LATEST PARI
STYLES. A full BKRnrlmMit of ENGLISH CORD EDO
PLAIN BONNET RIBBONS, in al the desirable ahadei
And to whloh the atten/ton of cuttomera la invited.
April 19 lmo NTJ. 423 KING STREET,
FRARY & KILROY'S,
Kvcry Evening, from O to 11 P. M.
May 3 tbstuS
Gentlemen o? Charleston ana Yicinitj
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INSORM THE
that they havo leased the seoond floor of the bull.
iugontheOORNEROK MARKET ANDRINO STREE!
(known aa the ?dger building), where tbey have Atti
up, In overy particular, a first-class BILLIARD IIALi
corapilslng Eloven Tables, from tho ? anufact^ry i
Messrs. Kavanagh A Decker.
Those wishing to pass a pleasant over? jg In the enjo;
mont of this game, cannot but help to And this the con
eat and bu?i adapted room In the City.
A privat?? SAMPLE ROOM la attached, stocked w11
the finest importations.
Oentlomon are Invited to call and Inspect for theo
solves. ? i
LOSING & TURNER.
Well known to the people of
?HABXESTON and the visitors
o this City, for the last ten
rears, is opened.
The proprietor feels that there
s 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 ta
Sole Proprietor Southern Exchange,
NO. 125 MEETING-ST.,
CIItlll.KSTtlN, S. C.
EF"The best Wines, Liquors i
and. Sep;?rs are always on \
hand, and. none otliers are A
PHELAN BIUL1RD ROOMS,
Nos. 125! 137, and 139 j
MEETING STREET, I
Corner of Market street, ?
ARE NOW OPES TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ARE FUR
PHELAN & CULLENDER'S i
UNDER THE 8UPERINTEDENCE OF
MR. H. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MR. PHELAN'8 ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YORK,
a P. BINNS & CO.,
May a lmo PROPRIETORS.
THE NATIONAL EXPRESS
THE NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TRANSPORTA
TION COMPANY ia now prepared to forward
FREIGHT AND MONEY PACKAGE8 on the moat
LIBERAL TERM8. between New York and Charleston,
8. C, Savannati, Ga., and Atlanta, Go., and all interme
diate stations, both ty land and sea.
W. S. WALKER,
Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
W. T. J. 0. WOODWARD,
Superintendent 4th DlvUlon.
fien. J* E. JOHNSTON,
May 1 6
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY,
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
W. W. ELMENDORF,
II. B. PLANT,
ProMdout, Augusta, Ga.
It. B. nuli'.OUK.
Goneral Superintendent, Augusta, Ga.
A. A. KICK,
Sup't S. 0. Sootlon, Charleston, S. O.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
the Mercantile Community, and the pnbllo gene
rally, that having familiarised himself with tho duties
of a OUBTO vi HOUSE BROKER, he is now ready to at
tend to Custom non?!) Unalnona R.in- rally, via :
Preparan?.! of IMPORT AND WAREHOUSE ENTRI?8
HE WAREHOUSE AND WITHDRAWAL ENTRIES
Inward and Outward foreign and Ooaatwlse Manifesta
CLAIMS FOB DAMAOFB, &o.
DRAWBAUK AND DEBENTURE CLAIMS
And MERCANTILE PAPKR8 GE ? ER ALLY.
R M LEVIN,
Al Messrs. Cn Ig ' Tuomey k Co.'a
REFERENCES.-Mesan. John liMM & Co.; Messrs.
Ravenel k Oo. j Meurs. James A?,., i .st . o. ; atesara.
Cohen, Hanoi el * Co.; Mesara. Strauss, Vanoea A Co.;
Mtasra Willis tt Ohlflolm; Hon. Henry L. Buist.