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CHELESTON BAILY NBWs.
Q. R. OATIIOART. EDITO?.
?ATHCABT, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY .-TI?*.. KR MONTHS.9.H0
BIN?LE COPTES..,...? cents
TO PEWS DEALERS.3een(i
LA.R?iEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?rTHE I?s*ST OB1 LKTTBB8 re
mnttnlnff In. the FostotTloe at the end
of each wo?k is published ofl?oially
ia THH3 PATT.Y N?WS every BVi
Tho Episcopal GooVontion of the Diocese of
storth Caroline, ia to ho bold at Nowbern, on Wed
nesday, the 16th iuat.
A young American -lady, brought up in the
Christi?, faith, joinod the Jewish Church at Chi
cago a <ew days ago.
?It is suppoaod that forty thousand panes of
glass were broken by the recent hail storm in
Tho city of Memphis, Tenn., has adopted the
?Nicholson pavomont, and the city ia to be pavod
A smuggler was arrested at Detroit, Michigan,
the other day, who was almost covered by a tin
?catling around his body, by which he had smug
gled whiskey from Canada.
HUGH R. PLBA?ANTS, the oldest newspaper edit
or in Virginia, and BOU of ex-Gov. PHEASANTS, is
'lecturing iu the Old Dominion on "Bichmond 40
odd yeart .^go."
The trains ?on the Winchester and Potomac rail
road ran through to Winchester on Monday last,
for the first timo since tho destruction of the road
daring the siege of Harper's Perry.
The "riu'i-j rinderpest" continues in Arkansas
and Mississippi. Over 1500 mules have ?lied ia.
the vicinity of Hdena, Arkansas, and Vickbburg, ;
Com is worth only twenty-five cents per bushol
at Flattamouth, Nebraska, and it is .reported tiret
Oaea County, in that Territory, has a surplus of
two hundred thousand busbels.
The editor of one of our exchanges (doubl'.esB
a bachelor) gives the following advice : "WiveB,
if your, ?husbands deserve ?to be ?bandouffed, cuff
them with your own hands."
A renpeotivblo yonng girl of Kew Orleans has
'what is pronounced by physician? to be ?ancient
leprosy. One of her feet has rotted off, and one
arm is .nearly gone.
Tho 'National IrUtUigcncer -says: "Wo under
stand-that President JOHNSON and family ?havo en
gaged, room a fir a portion of Use season at the
?Continental Hotel, Long Branch,. New-Jersey."
* Cases of miscegenation are almost dailr brought
to light in St. Louis, Missouri, and the parties
brought-to punishment before the coutts. It-ia
doubly dtegustiag whee it ia-kuown that most of
the white ?parties hail from New Englaed.
JLNew Orleans paper tulla * atory of a man in
Louisiana about to bo sentenced to .jail fur an
ea ult and battery, who plea dod in arrest of judg-i
meut t?i at he was a ferryman on-an important,
road. with no one to help .bim, and to imprison.'?
bim would be obstructing tho public-high way a.
The -Pendulum ia a paper in Bhodo Island. It
must be published in a dook factory from isa,
name. .Ita motto ia: "We swing for all." At first
blush wo might think it rather an equivocal title,*-*
but on secoud thought it is a very good name for ;
ft newspaper, as signifying that it gives both sides
of the question.
A gang of discharged negro soldier? aro inau
gurating a reign of terror iii Louisville, Kentucky. '
Scarcely s night passed but they murder BODJO
one, and indiscriminate shooting is;their common
pastime Seventeen of them were acree ted on
Monday, but owing to the fact that no one could
or would aw/.'ar t.i their identity in any violation
Of tho law, they were discharged.
An agon t ki travelling about .the .rural districts
selling copies of the well-known engraving, "Tho
Departure of .the Pilgrim Fath.ars.from Leyden."
:He expatiatestr-ery fully upon the notable points
of the picture, but bewilders bia customers by
assuring them ?that thelarge Agate .in .the. centre
is th'.t of "the celebrated CHHUIXQFHIIR .OOLVU.
BANCROFT will be C4 years of age the Sd<day of
next. October; Mfri.y.Y, 50 the 15tli of Apwil ; EK
SH802J, 61 the 2Gth -of May ; BRYANT, 70.tho 3A of
November ; ljoso.teu.Qvr, 67 the 27th of February;
WHIXTXEH, 67 in.Deeember ; HOI.MI?, 65 the .29th
Of August; LowJCLt?, 15 in February; MiTCHUX,
(IKE MAEVKL), 42 in April ; CURTIS, 40 the 34ih of
Februar.; BTODDABD. 39 in July, and BAYARD
TAtx0B?.?ms,39 the.Uli of January.
Tullun* ot Chinese jjuggling and ?deceptions,
Mr. LQQBEABT mentioncd.having seen a bird ex-,
hibited at j?han?hai ?y'th a cock's body, and a
dnck'a .bilU'iid web:feet. It walked about in ex
cellent health and was looked upon as a remark
.ftble IVLSUS natures. Mr- LOCKHART, however,
managed to ?get hold of it, and, examining it
carefully, foimd that it was a duck, with a cock?
asbin neajjy fitted to it, leaving the eyes, bill, and
web-feet only ??posed. Did the Chinese copy
thirt trick from BABNUM'S Mersaaid ? A
The Ithaca, N. X., Journal says : "We are com
celled,to record the most disgraceful and humilia
ting,occarrence that ever shamed our village and
taniiabed its good carne. The corner-stone of
^lho now Methodist Fpiaoopal Church, on Aurora
etreet, was laid by Bishop BAKE? on Tuesday af
ternoon last, in the presence of one hundred and
fifty di-rgymen and a large concourse of poople.
The scone was sublime and impressive. But on
Friday nightf some despicable.'low, vulgar villain
moved away the cap-stone and stole out the box
and its contents."
From the Richmond Republic wo learn that the
National Cemetery at Cold Harbor, Va., was com
pleted on the lit of May. This cemetery ia situ
ated on tho Cul ii Harbor road, on the farm of Mrs.
fl/,AuoiiTi:ii, and about a half milo from the old
Cold Harbor bongo. It is 234 foot in length by 220
feet in width, and ooutains one and one-sixth acres.
' The total number of bodies interred is is 1930-60
commissioned officers, 1 chaplain, 89 non-commis
sioned officers, and 645 privates, besides 1245 re
? mains not yet identified.
Kladderadatsch (tho Berlin Punch), has a oari
catuio on tho Bcbkswig-Holatein difficulty. Schles
wig and Holstoin are represented as the two legs
of ? pair of trousers. In tho first part Prussia
and Austria have each got one leg on, with the
remark, " That does not do." In the second ple
ur e the trousers are divided, and eaoh has one
leg. Tbat does not do oitbor. In tbo third, Prus
sia has got tbo whola garment to itself, and Aus
tria walking off with a bag of monoy ; and that
A business firm in MompbU recently dotocted a
thief quito adroitly. Thoy had missed money
ftom tho till for some days, amounting to C350,
but could not dotect tho guilty party. Tho cash
ier, a fow nights einco, emptied into tho drawer a
cup filled with nitrato of silver. The thief went to
the till to mako bia evening's capital, and in ab
stracting tbo monoy coverod his hands with the
nitrato, which bo was unablo to get off. An ex
amination of his paws In tbo morning proved tho
faux paws, or thiof's, and tho guilty party was ar
Tbo now buildings erected on Maine-street,
Richmond, just below the Oustom-houso, for the
Farmors' National Bank and the National Bank o?
Virginia, have boen completed, and will bo occu
pied soon by the respective banks. The build
ing of the Farmers' National Bank was erected by
Mr. llEMiT EXALL, architect, and coat $35,000
That of the National Bank of Virginia by Mr. ?V.
L. WEST, architect, and coBt $50,000. Thoy aro
both very handsome structures, and are highly
ornamental to that portion of the street. The
interior of each ia handsomely and conveniently
The New York Times condenses the history of
tho bombardment of Valparaiso as follows: "The
bombardment lasted for three hours, or from nine
in the morning until noon. Only one or two per
sons, who woro in tho streets, were killed. The
damage to property wos confined to a fow public
buildings, and half a dozen private houses; and
eight million dollars aro the outside figures of
the losses incurred. It is evident, from the build
ings mentioned as being specially and steadily
aimed at, that the Spanish commander attempted
only to destroy Government property, and wo can
well believo the statement that the damage dono
outside of this arose mainly from the bad artillery
practice of the Spanish fleet."
Tho British subjects at Valparaiso have had a
public mooting, and adopted resolutions that they
M cannot too strongly condemn" tho conduct of
the British Admiral at that station, in giving as
surances that he Would not allow the city to be
bombarded and then permitting it. Thoy also r?
solve : 'That Bear Admiral DESMAN'S pica of want
of sufficient forco to oppose tho Spaniards, is hu
miliating to his countrymen and inexcusablo, con
sidering that the co-operation ol'a powerful United
Statos squadron was pressed upon him by its
er -i.il communications intended for publication In
this journal must be addressed to the Editor oj
the ?a?y News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
S. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected*oommunica~
Advertisements outside erf the city mud be accompa-'
nied with the cash.
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THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1866.
THE KEMP HIS EflOTS.
Tho Memphis Appeal, in -referring to the
lav? melancholy riots in that oity, 'warns the
public that thoy havo noptflitioal significance
"Whatever in a sectional <g>oint of view. It
elates that they were of ?tat character", pre
cisely, which might have -taken place, under
Hke circumstances, in au j Northern city, and
?.which have taken piase, marked 'by even
jgreater atrocities, in several -Northern cities,
-with less of aggrava ti en to be pleaded in
their extensatiom iTbey are lamentable,
most lamentable and discreditable,7' says the
Appeal, "to the fair fame of our ? city ; but
they are incidents of that fallible bunnan na
ture from whose excesses neither f.bo dwellers
in Northern or Sou thorn elimo? arro exempt.
"We expect tho sainte of Boston, who wit
nessed the burning of tL-e Con vent .&( Charles
town, and the driving forth of svnumber of
defenceless ?women- whose lives were devoted
to piety and oharity,' to-comprehead this, and
vindicate -Memphis accordingly. ; mor shall
we-excuse Philadelphia, which aforetime in
tdulged herself in negro mobbioge-and burn
ings, in throwing st? mee at us as being more
?unrighteous -than herself.
"Whoever-shall connect 'rebels' with theso
-ead events, and so draw from them an argu
ment against their fitness to be entrusted with
.the management of their ?awn local affairs, or
assert that the negro race is not safo under
tUrnr protection, will -simply ,lie. Should
such representations come from pretended
eye-witnesses, they -will lio willfully and
knowingly. We put this on record, once for
all,, applicable to ?'all whom it may concern.'
If any proof were wanting of the correctness
of this assertion, it may be found in the fact
that the latest victim of those brutalities-the
colored servant killed at the ?Gayoeo .House
on Thursday night-was a faithful follower
and friend of his late ?master ?through the en
tire war, ?tod was a favorite in the Confeder
ate Army. There is nut a re tunned Cooted
erate soldier here to whom he -was .known
and he waa very generally known and,
esteemed-?who would not have protected his1
life at tbo risk of his own. Ho was engaged
in taking caro of tbe hate and .oaneeof the
attendants on the Benevolent Party for the
benefit of maimed Confederates, and at the
time of his untimely murder had in his per
sonal keeping wveral pistols put in hie
charge bj Confederates, who were in ?he
ball-room. Going out to call a- hack fora
Confederate, he was fired upon and killed, ii
has not yet been dUcovered by whom?-but
certainly not by any one in sympathy with
the occasion upon which he was* an atiendan!.
"Further proof of what we have aeserted
in iy be found in the fact that the returned
Confed?ralo soldiers, while rigidly abstaining
from participation in these disturbances,hold
themselves, as is well known hore, in readi
ness to promptly obey any requisition that
may be made upon thom by the military au
thorities of tho United States and the city
government, to assist' in maintaining publie
order?* Coming back to tbeir homes impov
erished, and scrupulously respecting tbeir
paroles, thoy desire peace, quiet, and good
order, to the end that by patient industry,
tbey may retrieve their ruined fortunes.
They know what subordination to good gov
ernment is, acd value it. Tbey are not the
enemies of the negro, but, in Lie proper
sphore, his friend and protootor ; and no one
knowe this better than tho hundreds of re
spectable and orderly colored men who are
pursuing a life of orderly industry under
their daily observation, and who look to
them for protection in the midst of these dis
"Hero, where these facts and truths are
patent, it would bo unnocossary to promul
gate thom, nnd wo givo them prominonco
only to correct .any misrepresentations of the
evil-minded which may bo mado abroad for
THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN TENNESSEE.
The bill regulating the right to vote, which
boB lately passed tbo Legislaturo of Tennos
seo, and is now tho law of that State, em
bodies provisions whioh may bo inferred from
the following oath which voters are required
to take- :
"I do solemnly swear that I havo never volun
tarily borne arms against the Government of the
United StateB for the purpose or with the inten
tion of aiding in the late rebellion, nor havo I with
any such intention at any time given aid, counsel
or encouragement to said robellion, or to any aot
of hostility to the Government of the United
States. I further swear that I bavo never sought
or accepted any office, either civil or military, or
attompted to exercise tho functions of any ofllco,
either civil or military, under the authority or
pretended authority of tho so-called Confederate
States of America, or of any insurrectionary State,
hostile or opposed to the authority of tbo United
Statos Government, with the intent and desire to
aid said rebollion; and that I havo never given a
voluntary support to any such government or au
thority. So holp mo God."
Any bill containing these provisions muBt
disfranchise at least ni ne-te nth a of the people
of Tonnessoe, taken as a whole, and in many
portions of tho State, we imagine, ninety-nine
in every hundred will bo debarred the right
To add to the proscriptiveness of the bill,
it is provided that n commissioner of registra
tion ?hall be appointed., whose coneent must
be obtained before any citizen can register
and vote. That lommissioner is tt> be appoint
ed-bt/ BROWNLOW, and will, of coarse, bo somo
tool of his, who, if he allow any but BROWN
LOW mon to vote, will take care to preserve a
safe majority of :t*hnt class. Ia this way the
?curse of Brownlowism seems to bo fixed upon
the State indefinitely.
-? i . ???? i
It seems -that Radical logio has decided that
successful -secession is right. Western Vir
ginia is a -proof in point. That eecoding por
tion of the Old Dominien is not only recog
nized, but is allowed 'io have Senators and
Representatives in Congress. Now it is ?cer
tain that if a State has no right to withdraw
from rho Union, a county has. less right to
withdraw from a Stato.
It was treason for'the Southern States to
secede and form a Confoderaoy, but It is all
right for cerlain oountios to secede and form
a State. As there-is a West Virginia, Ten
nessee is to have an 'East Tennessee, So you
see ?the distinction without a difference. In
the-early history of North Carolina certain
dissGectod and ambitious parties endeavored
to establish a State of Frankland cut of the
wertem portion of the Old NorthvState, but
the treasonable-effort was at onco defoated;
and it was not till West Virginia revived the
idea that anybody -conceived thatsuoh a thing
would be tolerated by either Stateer Federal
a a .
THE WRIT OF MANDAMUS.
:The New YosL News, while-agrooing in
theopinion of many persons that the Supreme
Court of the United States would not issue a
writ of mandatants requiring the-admission
into ?CongrcsB of any given member, for the
reason that the ?Constitution mikes eaoh
Hoare the sole judge of the elections, qualifi
cations, and rotura?? of its own mctnbors
argu?e that the- Court might ,penht>|!jS be in
duced to grnnt the writ fur the purpose of
compelling the liasse t?o take eotne action
The News says :
"If it could do anything, it would be taksue its
mandato to tho two Houses, .3iroctiiig thom to go
on and ?investigate, each for itself, the .ola?m? of
the several members elect to tbeir seats. This,
indeed, ?could be a point gain? id, supposing that
the Court would issue and Co ngreaa Deepest the
writ, for it would establish the af? ottbat tha-??ou th
orn States, under their present orgsU?za?an, are
in the Union, and, therefore, entitled to?>e?repre
eonted in ?Congress. Benaeforth Soutliem-tcaem
bors could-only bo exoludad by objecting ?o<i?ieui
perBOually." -*!H may be ?sorth while to .try the
experiment;, if-onl?/ for the parp?se of setuk.gi.the
law and establishing a prccudont on the subject."
By all moans let us have a trial of the ques
tion. We cannot be worsted by a refusal ?of
tho Court to gnu/, the writ, ?while, if granta?*,
?t may result in much good.
Tmc New Xotk Tribune rsays that among!
the fonr millions of negroes in the oountry at!
the beginning of the ?var, there woro not more!
than a thousand who were not A<jUnionists"
theneforo tho uegroe? ought to /be endowed
with the right of suffrage. Perhaps the Tri
bune in right. But were there a thousand who
were-Unionists? If the T/ibxtne htvd-aaid thor o
were not a thousand negroes ?who wera not
Athanasians, or Arians, this statement would
have bees justas correct as tho other, simply
because there were none who were anti-A finns
or anti- Atbaoasians. They knew jast as much
and o irod just as much about tho theological
differences involved in tho one case as they
knew or cared about tho political differences!
involved iu the other case. But admitting the
statement to ba true in all its length and
breadth, and admitting, too, that it follows
that negroes .ought thenoe to be allowed to
vote, it seems that the right of suffrage is not
by any me ins a natural right, but flows from
agreement iu political opinion with Mr. Casa
LEV. That soems to be the upshot of the wholo
business-those who believe as the Radicals
believe would make splendid voters, while
those who oppose tho Radicals bave no busi
ness at the ballot-box.
XI'ANTED, A GIRI? TU MIND A CHILD,
VV Mast como recommended. Apply st No. 28
Reid street. !. May 10
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMA?, A
situation as Cook and Wa?titr for a small family.
Becommondatlon given, if required. Apply at No. 31
Benufaln-street. *. May 10
WANTED I .ti ni Kill AT KI. V, A YOUTH II?
a Wbolesalo Establishment, to leam tbo buti
nes?. Ono living with his parents preferred. Applv at
this ellice. 1 Mu y 10
WANTED.-A GOOD COOK, WA H II KO.
and Ironer, io go into a healthy locution in tito
mu ii try; good wages paid. Apply between t> and 1
o'clock, at No. 02 Market-street, north 6lde.
WANTED TO I.ICASK, FOR A TKRM. OF
year.', a HOUSE ID the lower part of tho city,
con* nilling (8) six upright rooms, a carriage h? uso and
stable Addresi, staling terms, &c. Key Ilox No. 0,
Charleston Po.toiB.ee, or apply to No. 21 East Bay.
ir.1*ANTRO IOTMKDIATKL.Y, A CONEKC
VV 1IONBB. One that understands making Ice
Croara and Fancy Cakes-either whim or oolorod rain.
Apply at tho Mansion House, to Mad. 'X. M. RUTJE8.
May 10 _ a
Ein Deutscher ?irb ??fud>t, mr H.
ne Heine ?T.UIH, nnmcit We or gc'I ?Station, non
eintr ftamilic, in ter Deut'd) gefbrccr-rn ?ire. Cln ?art*
ncr borac'oncn. Cincin ficiOiflei Wann roitfc f>icr cine gil:
tt, feautrnbt ftetle gtcoixn. @utt ?Smt'tvuing it>itb bet?
langt, yiiifjiifrafltn bei
C. G. G tjic De ?ter,
MayO_gio 16. iBtoab ?Sttafit.
WAN ? ED, A SITUATION AS CLERK IN
a Ship Broker's or Commission Merchant's of
fice. Addresi B F., Queen City Hotol, Nos. 281 and 383
WANTED, A COOK, WASHB.lt AND I RON
EB to go In the countiy. One coming well re
commended c?n get good wages and a permanent situa
tion Apply at No. 19 WAUBEN STREET.
WANTED, A "WET NURSE, TO GO TO
Wilmington, North Carolina. Apply at once, to
tho Slaters of M? roy, CORNER Of BULL AND RUT
LEDGE STREETS._April 31
AGKNTL.EJ.IAN, FOKSIBKhY AN OP
FICER of the Quartermaster's Department, U. 8.
A., thoroughly acquainted with the Tontine of tho vari
ous Departments at Washington, offers bia services in
the adjustment of c'alma against tbo Government.
Qovernment Securities of all kinds bought and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATHEWE8,
May 3 lmo No. 81 ' ' Broad-street.
_TO BENT, &o._
TO RENT, FOU SIX MONTHS, A FUR
NI8HE0 BED-ROOM, pl-asantly situated, opening
on a pirn?.? to the South, with a dressing-room attached.
With it may be had a Kitchen and Servant's room, and
olnt use of a ?drawing room Apply to
LOWNDE? A GRIMBALL,
May 10 8 Law Bange?, Broad street.
TO KENT, SEVERAL. PLEASANT ROOMS,
or half of a large and commodious dwelling house,
In a central and pleasant partot the ?city. Apply at No.
838 Klng-atreet._3_May 8
FOR RENT.-THE OFFICE No. O'* HASEL
BTBEET, now occupied by P. H Kegler, Banker.
For -particulars inquire at the Quice. 6_May 5
rrrO RENT.-THE DESIRABLE STORE
?L No. 157 Meeting-street, oppoalto Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tue premises._ _April 16
OOM S TO RENT.-.V. FEW PiaEA;?>A?iT
and desirable ROOMS TO RENT. Appl yat
April 3D_No, 69 CHUBOU STREET.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO AND
A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 3 Tongbty street,
one door from tho comer of Rutledge Avenue. Apply
at No. 36 Broad street. _ April 30
TO RENT. THE HALF OF THAT DESIR.
ABTK RESIDENCE at tho corner of Montagneand
Gudsden streets. For-terms and other particulars ap
ply to W. E. HA8KELL, -at Planters and Mechanics'
Bank, or at the premises. stuth.6 May 6
TO RENT_THAT DKLIGHTFUL. IIK81
DuNGIi In Moant Pteasant Village, owned by Mr.
HASH.. BANDEES, containing five rooms, on a high
ba?ement, having -aH-Beceaaa y outbuilding?, the j aid
being well shaded, with a good pump on the lot.
Apply to WM. JOHNSON'S Wood yard<
April 33 Eaat end of Laurens-streeL
AIIBROE AT1D EXCELLENT FLAT FOR
SALE.-A (DECKED FLAT, tbat will carry about
fifteen cords of wood. May bo Inspected before launch
ing, and puxot-ased-low by applying at the Ship Yard
next n rtli of Bannetl'a Saw Mill, East Bay.
?R8ALK,TWOnKW BOILEH8, WITH
Iron Front, Ac, lu complete order, 32 feet long by
28 inches lu .diameter. They are lying at Mr. Jamte
Ad.lieon's Wooli-Yard In Llmehouse street.
For terms, 4c., apply to
May 10_3_J. A. ENSLOW A CO.
Nott ni Kit N tllW-KuIl ?Ala? A VERV
Ana NORTHERN COW. Apply to ARCHIBALD
GETTY A CO., No. 1?8 Meeclug-.tr.eu
rsto DK.N'l'lSTs-FOR SAI.lu.-.*. DKN fUta,'1*.
JL LATHE. Apply to JOHN M. 80RIVEN.
May 7 '0 Alms House, Hampstead.
FOR 8AL.K.-THK LEASK AND UOOD
will of a Store or R?>>tanraiit, la a very drstrable
part of EJING-SIIBEET. Apply at this Ofll-e, between 12
and 1 o'clock. 0 May 7
OR (.ALE.-StliU.'-ELliA KKANKL.1N,"
71 tour, old measurement; capacity 4000 bushels
rice; built of oak; copper f.stenod; In complete oid-jr,
and weU found in every respect. For terms, spp'y io
SOREV^N A NISBET,
No. ^109 Eaat Bay, next eoutli of Courier O IB co.
FOR SALiE.-SECO.-vO HAND PM1N i'lNG
PRESSES AND TTPE In good order.
Fonta-of Hour-go?'?, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND-PRESS-Platen, 22>,x27 Inches; bed,
WOKBELHANDPRE8S- Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
21 ?rWJi* Inches.
WA-H1NGTON -EAND PRESS-Platen, 23)ix28'<4'
inches; brd.-2}i1C lochee.
HOE HAND-I" ?ESS-Platen, 22^x28 inches; bed. My
x31 ). inOLtts.
RUOGLE8' JOB*PBE8a-8Undlng Sheet Press,
Addreao W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DeL
Or j. w. MCMILLAN.
May? At this Office:
F BO li THIS- DATE, Mu. A N. PUNDT HAB WITH
DRAW* from-the Firm Of Fit KUM AN, PUNDI' &
CO. TheSirm will co?linne under the name of FREE
MAN, CCJNDT A CO. VIKOIN1US EUKEMAN.
J. M. PUNDT.
RALPH TREMBLY. Ja.
Ohar.ea.op, May 1. IBcY._3_May IO
THEUMDEfiSLONED HAVE THI8 D ?.Y ENTERED
into a Copartniwshlp 'or the transaction of an AUC
TION, COMMISSION, AltP REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
tinder the name ^nd ?lyle < t SMITH A MCGILLIVRAY.
They will also coptlunn, sa.formerly, their Brokerage In
Htocks, Boude.Riul othor Stcuritie?, and solicit consign
ments of Mirohandlso ,&c.
O. MoHRIDE SMITH.
April 88 >rawtbl3 A. 0. MoOILLlVBAT.
CllPAlioEHSaie NO1 tun;.
qiHE UNDER?J?iNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED
JL * Oopartuer?>l:tp ander ?tie style of R. W. GALE A
0O.r for conduoilpg tha Carnrlsfce Baalnesti, and a Geu
-oral Com ni ?eaton ?and Aucjtltn Business, at tho old
vCarrlogo Stand of Jj. Vr*. Gale, ?Toa. 45 and 48 Wentworth
street. R W. GALE,
UEO. O. ROBIN80N.
?Charleston May .f.,?l?3r,p. _May 7
rVUIE UNDERSf.ONty> HAVE.EORMED A PARTNER
1 8HIP, niid.-rthoflVyaoofJ. Ii. AIKEN, ACO,,fw
tho-transaction of *. FsAitorago auC General Commission
hualaess. J. J). AIKEN.
LIO* EL O. NOWELL
LEVKti M. COXEITER.
May 1 Offlee, Brown's Wharf.
Dr. Ill'WKY A?. FRASER
HAS RJMUMED THE PBAOTIOE OF HIS PRO
FESSION lu the city. ?Ornee and residence at No.
01 'fradd street,_&* Msy Ki
DR. MIDDLETON MICHEL.
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 37 TRADD-STREET,
BETWEEN MEKTINO ANO CUCllCII-B.'nKElH.
R. MICHEL MAY BE CONSULTED FROM 7 TO 0
A. M., 1 to 4 and 8 to 9 P. M.
April 28 stothl3
BOARDING-1 VKW 1IOAIIDERS CAN
be accvmuiodatod io a private family, ou reasona
ble term?, at No. 10 Wentworth street, a few door? ?oat
of Anton. Mrs. E. B. WHITNEY.
duOaTBS*"?/^ A YEAR MADE BY ANTONE
mJi\J\J\J WITH $1&.-Btencll Tools. No ox
perlene? Deoesfsry. The Pr?sidants, Caahlsrs, and
Traasnrera of three Banks Indorse the cl-cnler. San
tree with samples. Addrsi.? tUo Ao?rlcan htcnoll Too
Works, ?prmgfleld, Vermont, March ia
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF J IIB CITY CODN
01L will be held 7 hit Day, In the Council Cham
ber, at Five o'clock P, M.
VT. n. SMITH,
May 10 1 Clerk of Council.
GOD 8AVETHK CRKKN !
T1TH CHARLESTON CIRCLE F. II. WILL HOLD
a meeting at Masonic Hall, corner King and w? nt
worth streets,-This Evening, at 7), P. M. Puuctual at
tendance l8 rca.ulri.-il.
By or.Hr. JOHN J. 8INNETT,
May 10 !. Secretary O. C. V. B.
_LOST, STOLEN, &o. _
DIUIPPBD, IN OR NBA It BHOAD-ST.,
between Meeting-streot ond (ho Hay, ou Tin-mlny,
an Envelope, containing some Latr Papers. 'I ho flmlcr
will bo rewarded upon leaving tbo riickugo at the Courier
or Nowa oiBcci. 1 May 10
??rUIIRTY OOIaLAKS IIMWAIID.-STOLEN
JL irom Janies Weley's Wagon Yard, Kiog etrott,
Oliarieaton, on tbo night of t'.o ?7th Mardi, a small
BAY MARE; baa on her rump a few email wblto ?pots;
on her left hind log on tbo outside, between tbo hawk
and kuon joint, tbero la a hard knot; one bind toot
whlto. The aboTO reward will be paid for the recovery
of tbo Maro, and an additional sum tor proof to convict
the thief App y to L. E. PARLER,
Holly Hill, or
May 10 4 Ho. C08 King-street.
tssafCaTl RRWAIID.-STOIsEN FUOM MY
\??)0\J Htnblo on Oakley Plantation, 25 mile? from
Unarleaton, on the Northeastern Railroad, on tbo night
of tbo 13th, a SMALL BLACK HORSE MULE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule I? ?bod and
pace?. Fifty ?lollara row-ml will be paid for the appre
hendon of tho Mule and the thief, or half of the am o tint
for the return of tho Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
LOBT, W1H1.I? UI1.IINU FROM THK
Mill? House t.i the Arsenal and back, a small GOLD
WATCH, onamelled, with Chain and Locket attached.
Any person Unding the ?arno and returning it to the
offico of tho Mill? House* will bo 'ibcrally rewarded.
NOTICs? TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROP09AL8 WILL BE BECfclVED UNTIL
the 16th day of Juno for tbo thorough repair of the
Wililamsburg Jail. Tho contractor to whom the work
la given will bo required to glvo bond with approved
security for tho faithful performance of the conditions
of tbo contract. Tbo repair? to commence, as roon a?
the work baa been let out, and to proceed with boato un
til fin i ?hod.
Persone desiring to make proposals would do well to
inspect the bulldiniiB with either member of tho Board.
Contractor? munt furnish, at their own expenso, bond
Address V?M. F. ERVIN,
May 10 6 Chairman of Board, Klngetreo. B O.
KDIS I O AND ASHLEY CANA!? COMPANY.
OFFICE EDISTO & ASHLEY CANAL COMPANY, 1
CIIAHI.K-STON, ?. C" March le, 1866. j
BY ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, PAUSED AT ITS
last session, tbo EDlSTu ANO ASHLEY CANAL
COMPANY received pcrniUeion to Increase, their capita
from Ono Hundred Thousand (f 11)0,000) Bollara to Three
Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars, in Shares of One
Hundred ($100) Dollars each.
The publicare hereby informed that the book?, for
subscription to thu additional Stock, will be open from
9 A. M. to 2 P. M. dally, at the office of Messrs. JOHN
8. RTGGS A- CO., corner Broad-?-treet and East Bay. The
Stock subscribed for to bo paid for by a monthly instal
ment of of Five ($6) DoHara on each and every ?hn.ro.
3. RAVEN EL MACBETH,
Secretrry and Treasurer.
P. 8. "Carolina Time?" copy and aend bill to this
offloe. March 19
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OP CUBA?
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
$300,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERT SEVENTEEN
Prize?cashed and Information famished.
The highest rate? paid for Donblooni and all kipd
Gold and Silver?- TAYLOR * CO., Banker?,
February 8 ?mo No 1? WalUstre?! New Yotk
ORIENTAL CHOLERA BITTERS,
USED WITH THE GREATEST SUCCESS AB A PRE
VENTIVE, and adopted by the Faculty of Constantino
Sold by FRED. ROHR80HN?.?DEB, No. 302 Pearl
street, New York, and by A. W. ECKEL & CO., No. 231
King-street, near Market, Sole Agent? for Charleston,
8. O. '_th?2 wi6*_May 10
DRS. RAOUL & Min
ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LIC that they bave established theaielvea a? APOTHE
CARIES and DRUGGISTS at the NORTHWEST COR
NER OF RING AND MARE ET 8TBERTS. Their stock
baa been carefully ?elected by one of the firm, in per
son, and obtained chiefly from SOHIEFFLEN k BROS.,
and Dr. E R. 8QUIBB, Manufacturer of Specialties.
They offer a ?boleo vailety of PERFUMERY, FANOY
ARTIC LES, and FREN'CH PROPRIETARY REMEDIES.
Special attention will be patd to tue PUTTING UP
OF PRESCRIPTIONS ; efficient clerks having boon
secured ; and one of the firm will always be in attend
ance Dra. RAOUL & LYN AH will also attend to their
professional duties from this Stt re. May i
THE BOOKS FOR SMIlll'TIll
The Edit-to and Ashley Canal Company
ARE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OF MESSRS. JNO.
8. RIGGS k CO , corner Broad and East Bay.
SHARES, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH, payable
In mon.hly instalment? of FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE.
Apply to 3. RAVENEL MACBETH,
April ia Secretary ?nd Treasurer.
Gentlemen of Marleston anti Vicinity.
THE D^DEKSIGMED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
. hat ?hex- have loasod the eecmd floor ol the build
ing i>U th?j CORNER OF MARKET AND KING STREETS
(buowu aa the AdKer building), whert? they have lilted
?n-, in ?very particular, a nrst-cUes F?ILLIAKD HALL,
oompiising Eleven Tables, from the u.anuiaoti.ry of
MeBurs. Kavanagh At Decker.
Those wishing to pass a p loasant ?vening In the enjoy
ment of this game, at ii not but help to find thla the cool,
est and bnat adapted room in the City.
A privat? SAMPLE ROOM, ia attached, stocked with
the finest Importation?.
dont lomon are Invite.! to call and inspect for them
LOSING & TUBNEE.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
M8RJIAY, EDDY & CO,, MAKAGERS,
Tickets from Si to $20.
CIRCULARS 8ENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended tai. Drawings mailed as soon aa tha Lottery i?
drawn. Havana Plan Lott*ry-30,000 Tittie s; 69s
frizes. Capital Prize, ?100.000. Draus the 15th and
?let of each month. Address
H. T. PETERS, U. 8. Lirensed Agent,
No. ?0 Hasel ?troct, or Key Box 53, Ponofflea.
April 11 Smog
BETSEY JANE WARD;
BETTER-HALF TO ABT?1IAS,
T3CTTR BOOK OP GOAK8.
EVERY READER OP THE WORKS OF A. WARD
i Showman) mu?t surely gol thla companion volume.
It I? the richest ?pecinien of comic literature extant
The order? aro pouring lu for it. Remember, first come
1 vol. 12mo. Elegantly Bound in Cloth. Price $1 60
kW A Ll'inral Discount to the Tra jo, from whom Or
ders aro solicited.
Sold by all Rook Rollers, and wl'l b? sent by mail, post
paid, on receipt of price, by J tlKI O'KANE,
Publisher, No. 120 Nassau-atreor, New York.
May 8 .6
SHOES &i BOOTS.
REV?PFCTFnLT.Y J.V.rOI.al8 HIS "FRIENDS AND
tbe community that he baa opened a branoh of
bnalneu in the huildlng corner of King and Market'
street?, known a? Adger'? Rig Htore, where be bas on
ha? d a large assortment of LADIES', HISSES' AND
GKHTLEafKM'8 SHOES AND BOOTS at reduce?
prioca, tutbs2mos April 10
The Southern Combination Troupe
EEBPEOTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO rHECIT'ZEN8
of Charleston thattLoy -will give a sert- * or per
formsnces at Hibernian Hall, coiumenclug THURSDAY,
May 10. . , ,
Their performnnces cousin of Comic and Irlpli Songs,
Fancy Dances, Negro Comedians, Panton.imists, Olog
Dancing, &c, each and every ono for their individual
talent. , "
Tor particulars noe small bills.
May 8 3* 8tago Manager.
Of Elegant Finish.
JUST THE THINO FOR OUR OLIMATE, TO KEKF
THE HEAD COMFORTABLY COOL.
? OBKAT YAHI?TT, FOB ?.
GENTS; BOYS AND CHILDREN.?
LADIES' AND MISSES'
Wholesale and Retail.
SUCCESSOR TO IIORSF.V, AUTEN ?Si CO,
N0. 25 HiYiVE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
SPRING AND SUMMER
NO. 219. KING-STREET,
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET-ST.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVIKO .ALREADY OFFERED
ALL his LATE Importations of OLOTHINO AT
LOW TRICES, la accordance with ihe r?duction o?
prices In Now York, now offers the entire stock ol'
AND WILL BELL AS
LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN TUB ?T?,
The material? and workmanship of stock of Clothing
are of first-class.
Purchasers are invited to call and see
Gapt. B. W. McTUREOUS,
WHo has ehargo of the Salts Department, will take
pleasure lu showing them through the entire Block.
Senior of the old firm of MATTHIE88EN, O'HARA Al
OP._ April 34
SPRUNG AND SUMMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNSL
from the North, taken this method of informing
the pnbllo that he is receiving a loll sssortmentof
OLOTHS, CMSS8IMEBES, COATINGS AND V?STJ.NG8
of the best foreign and domes?o manufacturo, adapted
to 8pring and Summer wear.
These goods baring been purchased reeenUy, and st
vsry low figures, persons wishing anything in roy Uns
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I h ?ve
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
raako tbcm np lu the very best stjle at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand, No. M Bread-street.
MarobHO_J. 8. PHILLIPS,
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
(LATE OE NEWBERRY C. H.. 8. 0.,)
Ty ILL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, AS
Commission Merchants [
And wUI be pleated to ses their friends at
WO. IO BOYCE-8 WHARP.
WW. A. COURTENAY. P. 0. TBENHOLl*
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE,
BROKER & OMISSION MERCHANTj
FOB THE BALE AND PUR0HA8E OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c.r
AND BALE OF
Cotton, Naval Stores and Prodoc
OFFICE NO. 83 OHOAO-STRBKT,
OHAHLESTON, 8. C.
Ms rob 3T_;_tuthsO tasSm?
aO\J COT fON SHED. For sale by
May ? Ka IN ?tost ?W*^ OaS^^