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OR-BSTON DAILY SEWS.
a R. CATHCART EDI'o a.
CATHCART, MoMILLAN & HORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
BAILY -li' il'E MONTHS.,-.?.*.?'
BINGLE OOPIE8._-*>.9 ?.?"*"
IO NEWS DEALERS._.3 cent?
LARGEST CIRCULATIOJi U? THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRC?LATIOX _* THE CITY.
?4T THK LIST O-* a__r___2_tS re
m airain? In the -?ootoflioe at the end
ot euoh weeic ia p_i*?ll8"ae_ o?_?oially
In T___ DaA.?IJ _* NKW8 every -F*ri
-tay axi.ora.ina. -
J__nanon DAVIS hasTbeen indicted ftsr treaaon,!
?ud ?B to bo tried next ?month. Soo a t"__ account .
on onr first page.
As the subject of "National Banka ie just now,
?DgroBBing the public mind very mach, we givo
space to another article on this topic from the
J ?.MB?* STEPHENS, tho Head Centre, or rafchor,
O. O. I. R. (Chief Organizer of the Irish Repub
lic), as he aignB his name, has arrived in Now
York. Ho is holding hiB court at tbo Metropoli
tan Hotel. Ho lias had a great ovation, mich as
New York alone ie io tho babil of bestowiDg upon
her distinguished guests. Mr. S. ia aangume ofeuc
cesa in the "good cause,"-saya that a fight must
come on thia year, and if the Fenians will but bo
true to thoir [the Irish] country, succosa must be
theire. He did not approve of O'MAUO.NEY'S great
expedition to Campo Bello, accepted bia resigna
tion, at tho samo timo hauling him over tho coals
for his impudence.
Ten thouaand dollars of conscience money has
reached the Troaanry since January let.
There is a negro in Philadelphia whoso feet
measure twenty-one inchea in length.
A now vehiolo in Paris is christ unod tho "Ego
tist," becanee it holds only one.
The salary of the Governor of California is $14,
000 in gold. ^
The Croton Aqueduct is the largest in the world,
and coat $12,600,000.
There was a very destructivo fire at Cairo on
the 7th instant, which destroyed property to the
amount of $100.000.
There is a man in Cinoinnati taxed on an income
of $30,000 who eleven years ago exhibited a mon
key in the streets for a living.
The British fleet now off tho ?Canadian coast ia
manned by 5,717 men, and eames an aggregate
The honor of knighthood has been conferrod by
the Queen on Mr. FRAN?- S GBAUT, President of the
The Fron oh are going in heartily for the estab
lishment of a public portrait gallery of eminent
persona, after the idea of the English one.
It is said that among the competitors for the
?10 prize for drawing in the Royal Academy, the
lady students aro pre-eminent.
A present of eight very beautiful Arab horses,
of the famous Dioff breed, is abont to be dispatch
ed by the Sultan to the Emperor NAPOLE?N.
A heavy frost in the vicinity of Fredericksburg,
Va., on Friday morning, the 4th instant, resulted
in much damage to tho vegetable and fruit crops
Dr. Ha-L, in an elaborate article in his Journal
of Health, on cholera and its treatment, takes the
ground that calomel is the only remedy, and that
to employ any other is to trifle with human life.
When tho sewerage of Paria is complete, the
canals will contain not only tho water and gas
pipes of the city, hat also the telegraph wires of
the city companies.
More than a thousand eteam voyagea across
the Atlantic will bo made daring the present year
by the vessels of different lines. This is moro
than in any previous year.
A School of Cookery has been in successful
operation in London, for Ave years, under the
management of a lady. Dinners aro aerved daily,
free, to visitors, so that any one can test the pro
ductions of the school.
The fashionable collar for gentlemen in Paris
is extremely large, with turndown corners, on
which appears'doge* and horses'heads as large as
crown pieces, and large black horse-shoes half the
natural size. These figures are repeated on the
The Committee of the Beform Club havo grant
ed permission to Mr. BDRNAUD, the sculptor, to
place on view, for a period of three months, in
their room of innot ing, his bast of the late Mr.
THACKERAY, which is a striking and characteristic
The proprietor of the London, Canada West,
Terrapin Restaurant, advertises for " five or six
boys to catch frogs for the season." The Cana
dians west of Toronto are systematic frog eaters,
and fairly entitled to the soubriquet of " Johnny
The demand for petroleum in Europe alone for
tho year 18CC is estimated at 90,000,000 gallons.
Tho consumption in 1864 was 30,000,000 gallons,
against 16,000,000 in 18G2. lhere is also a brisk
demand for it in every country in the world that
has learned the value of artificial light, and of
The pilot who brought the pest ship England
into Halifax has since died, as also two members
of his family. He said before his death that be
did not board the voasel, but merely towed in her
wako, whence he gave the necessary directions.
Tho effluvia, nevertheless, sufficed to communi
cate the cholera.
The swiftness of modorn scienUflo growth is
well illustrated in the telegraph. The definite
magnetic effect of an eleotrio current was the dis
covery of OEOSTEVD in 1819. COOK A WHE.T
STINE'H patent for an electric telegraph is dated
1837; the first message across the Atlantio passed
A new species of ?hale has been found in Antrim
County, Michigan, which, while it possesses all
the qualities of bituminous coal, loaves a residuum
of sandstone with a metallic lastre. It burns
moro readily than coal, and its immersion in boil
ing water in no way injures its combustible quali
Few persons, we apprehend, says the Spring
field (Maes,.. Republican, were aware of the extent
to which apparently modest ladies were willing to
exhibit thomaolvc?, till the present style of hoop?,
small at the top and ?vi?ry large at the bottom,
came in vogue. A lady was surprised, recently,
on remarking to a gentleman friend that the
"spring opening" was at hand, by his replying,
'Yes, I snppoao spring has come, for I tee the
ladies "Lavo taken off their flannel petticoats."
And Ibis saucy individual had ho better chanco
for observation than overy man on tho street has
Path? having already two great artesian wells,
.another is boio-r sunk. It has reacbod a depth of
oighty-two motros, or nearly twentv-three metros
below sea lovol. A Rood deal of difficulty baa
boon experienced in dealing with a number of sub
terranean lukes mot with.
Thorn baa boon groat commotion of late in the
Paris clubs, as Mons. PIETRI, tho prefect of polio?*,
is determined to put a etop to the gamb ing which
now takes placo amongst tho moinbors of tho dif
ferent so-called Cirelos. Such gamea as baccarat
ami othors aro now no longer to bo tolerated, as
fathora of families have complainod of tho lot-sea
??detained by their sons in tho cluba, which have
become tripots, or hells.
A Russian artist is preparing, for tho Paris Ex
hibition of next year, an allegorical representation
of the events in the reign of tho present (Jaar. A
group of agricultural implements denoti-B the
progresa of the country in that branch of indus
try. A broken chain typifies tho abolition of serf
dom. Figuren of Faith, Hopo and Charity com
memorate the publicity of judicial proceeding?,
religious toleration, and tho abolition of corporal
The tria* trip, in London, of tbo Nautilus, a
steam vessel fitted with what is called "tbo
hydraulic propeller," is said to have boen highly
satisfactory. The advantages claimed for this new
propellor are, greaber power, at a less cost of fuol,
the absence of vibration, and moro efficient con
trol in rough weather. The Admiralty have now
in course of construction a gunboat, tho Water
witch, upon the same principle as tho Nautilus.
A very coqoettieb-looking vehiclo is now tho
fashion in the Bois do Boulogne. It is hung on
tho finest springs, and is like the car of a water
nymph-? theatrical one. Thero is bat room for
the fair driver and her potticoat, and abo fills it
as completely as an oyster does its sholl. There
are no hangers-on, either tiger behind or lion at
tho siilo ; and, on account of its peculiarities, it is
called tho exclusive, by ladies, and tho egoiste by
A Boston exchange estimates that forty-two
American eea-goiog craft and nineteen foreigners
(bound to and from United States ports) have
been reported tho past month as either totally
lost or misting. They comprise seven steamers, ,
eight ftliips, ton barks, twolvo brigs, twenty
three schooners and one sloop. Of these, twenty
ty-five were wrecked, eight abandoned, seven
burned, three foundered, four run down, one
capsized, one exploded and eight aro missing
total sixty-one. The total value of the above do
mestic ci aft (exclusivo of cargoes) is estimated at
one million dollars.
mr A t tao-mn.urt-anuna inumdeu for publication tn
Uti? iournal must be asidressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. l8 Hay ne-street, Cluaieston,
ti. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the oath.
TUESDAY MORN1NQ. MAY 15, 1866.
THE TRUE PHILOSOPHY AND POLICY OF
THE SO UTH.
We have notioed, with considerable inter
est, the views of our exchanges in regard to
the true policy which the South should par
sue just now, but we muet confess that* we
have as yet seen nothing which appears to us
as being real philosophy. A New Orleans
paper comes nearer the correct view than
any we know of. It agrees with our ideas,
that a great many of our people do not fully
comprehend and appreciate the effects of the
great political and social changes which the
recent war liae produced, and cling too tona
ciously to old ideas and opinions. This is
not surprising, but quite natural and in the
usual coure? of human affairs. It is vain to
argue againt-t such tendencies and feeliogs.
They must be left to the gradual cure and
eradication of time and events. Very few of
us are philosophers and logicians enough to
conquer _:.d restrain our prejudices and hab
its, our cherished opinions and notions. They
are fortunate, indeed, and largely endowed
with practical wisdom, who can immedi
ately adapt themselves to sudden changes of
condition and circumstances. And truly un
happy and pitiable are those who, like the
BOURBONS, forget nothing and learo nothing,
who cling to exploded systems and ideas, and
seek to perpetuate prejudices and habits,
which events have or ought to have abolished
and rendered obsolete.
It is to be hoped that our people will leam
from the sad history of this family, and from
all who have imitated their folly, the great
wisdom of the opposite course-of a quiok
and ready adaptability to tbeir new oiroum
etanoes, a cheerful acquiesoenoe in what is
determined and inevitable, an earnest spirit
of progr?s?*, and a just appreciation of their
present ci rou me tan o es. This should be the
leading characteristic of tbe new programme
of Southern rehabilitation. We must turn
away from the dead past, and prepare for the
living present and certain future. Nothing
can retard our future growth and prosperity
more than a vaia and disastrous struggle with
the new ideas which event? have produced
and established beyond our power to assail,
excludo or extirpate them. And if our peo
ple do not purono this obvious course of wis
dom and policy, the inevitable result must
happen that they will be orowded and pushed
asido hy others who will. Now we have a
firm conviction that this people of the South
are the equals, if not tbe superiors, of any in
the world in capaoity for all human enter
What advantages have been gained over
them hy other people, have been due to cir
cumstances-not to intellectual, moral, or
physic?] superiority. Given tbe same situa- |
tion, tho rame motives and impulses, tbo same
arena to operate on, we. do not believe that
any race eau surpass our? in all the under
takings and enterprises which enlist the fac
ulties and ambitions of men. This has been
abundaotly shown in the cosmopolitan ?itios,
where the Northern and Southern and tho
principal European raoea have been brought
into conflict and rivalry on equal terms. In
no department of business, in no sphere of
life, have our people failed to hold their own
with the boat representative? of the capacity
and enturpriuQj* of other people. So it bos
been in tho p?tBt; and BO it will bo in the fu
ture, if our people display this virtuo of
adaptability, and do not permit thonweaves to
be hampered and impeded in thoir contest by
old notion?, projudiooB, an obstinate pride,
and vuin and weakening contests with inovi
ublo events and conscquonoeB. In this- epirit
**e should not fear or deprecate rivalry or
competition of any Bort. All manifestations
of hostility, of prejudice, or of contempt, or
jealousy, for other people who o.inio among
us to embark in the battle of life, aro dis
creditable to our manhood.
Wo should scorn to claim any advantage
from tbo accident of our position. Wo should
shrink from no contest with aoy people who
may enter the l?Hta of boneat rivalry with us
in any of the employments of human ambi
tion and eucrgy. Let us learn from them,
and profit by wbatevor they may bring of
ideas, skill and habits whioh may be useful
or valuable. Let us try and beat them in
their now field. We cannot afford, even, if
such a conreo were evor BO wiso, to despise
any class of men who may contribute to our*
source of knowledge and experience. Let UB
remember the memorable examples of the
polished and philosophic Grecians, who, when
conquered by tho superior force of tho Ro
mans, turned thoir defeat into a substantial
victory by impressing their ideas, their cus
toms, their philosophy and tbeir literature
upon their haughty conquerors. This they
did by a process of assimilation and of pol
icy-of wiso adaptability to circumstances.
This can never be done by a oourso of haughty
contempt, timorous jealousy, or vain and use
less strife and prejudice.
THE ENEMIES OF SOCIAL ORDER.
Tho Washington correspondent of a Boston
paper says that the South is overrun hy em
issaries from the North, who are encouraging
the negroeB to form secret associations and
to make public parades, d?monstrations and
celebrations-nnd in Richmond they are often
overbearing and insulting to the whites, which
provokes retaliation and riots. Gen. TERRY
says there is now probably over a hundred of
these semi-seoret organizations among tho
blacks in Richmond, and the names they as
sume are often ludicrous and blasphemous,
one being styled the "Holy Sous of God."
There can bo no doubt that the whole ten
dency of these teachings of Radical agents
in the South is inimical to kindly relations
between the whites and the hincks. The first
thing instilled into the mind of the negro is
that the Northern people are peculiarly his
friends, that they it is who rescued them from
a galling bondage, and wish to give them ed
ucation, respectability nnd position, the argu
ment involving the implication-if it be not
directly taught;-that the Southern people
are inimical to the negro and wish to deprive
him of his rights and privileges.
There is no telling what the South will
oome to if thoso moral reformers and Blaok
Republican crusaders continue their work
amongst us. That a war of races will be
the result, we have serious fears. It is the
legitimate offspring of their univerBal equal
ity teachings, and when it oomes, we only
hope they may be found at tbeir posts to bear
their share of the conflict.
A CALL has been issued in Indiana, signed
by a large number of prominent men who
voted for LINCOLN and JOHNSON in 18C4,
for a Stute Convention to sustain the res
toration policy of President JOHNSON. We
regard this movement us a bright indication
for the future. The Republican State Con
vention, whioh assembled at Indianapolis
about the close of March, was controlled by
the Radical element, and the resolutions
adopted applauded the course of the Radical
majority in Congress. Ti.e Conservative
members in that budy struggled bravely
against the resolutions, but, us we have taid,
they were overpowered ; and we are glad to
find that they, like the conservativo Repub
licans in Connecticut, are resolved to repudi
ate the radical element and assume the posi
tion of unequivocal support of President JOHN
IF XMANCIPATON has not yet proved a bless
ing to the blacks, it promises to prove a costly
luxury to the whites, as appears, from the
following official estimate of the expenses of
the Freedmon's Bureau for the coming year:
Salaries of Asaialants and 8ub-AsalBtants- S 147,600
Stationery and priming. 63 000
Quarters and fuel. 16.000
Clo bing for distribution. 1,760,000
Commissary stores. 4,11-6 J50
Medical department.. 60o,(00
Behool Superintendente. 21.0?0
Site* for school-bonnes, orphan asylums, ko. 3,000,000
Nearly a million of dollars a month to main
tain idle negroes ! Forty years ago this sum
covered the entire expenses of the Government!
The New York Tribune Bays that :
"The Memphis Aryus (rebel) complains of the
Boouritien demanded by Congress of the late rebels,
and aakts: 'What conditions of security have the
ludiente to give for their future good behavior ?"
HAB ?bia rebel organ forgotten how promptly tbo
It ad ?culi thrashed the traitors, crushed the re
bellion, sustained the Government, and restored
tbe Union ? Hccnrity !"
When did these "Radio ila thrash any
traitors" ? We know that General GRESLEY
undertook to -Viraah" some ''traitors--' at Bull
Run; but it is on reocrd that the thrashing
was on the other side. We should be glad to
learn of any Radical, from GRESLEY and
BANKS down to SAXTON, liujy.siDE and BUT
LER, who ever "thrashed" any "traitors.*"
I ; ??>????
THAD. STEVENS and WENDELL PHILLIPS
have declared their proferonoo for General
GRANT for tbe next Prenidenoy. They only
want to make use, for the present-, of tho pop-*
ularity of the General with the people. Af
ter they have squeezed that dry, they will
drop him for eomobody oleo. Bat the people
may take bim up. Whoa thoy do, he will bo
WANTED.-A WHITE SERVANT, TO DO
Houaowork for a lamily of t?vo persons. Apply
May 10_2*_Mo. 44 800IKTY-aTBEET.
U'ANTKO.A HBHPKCTAlllaE COLOHED
VV ffOMA* a? Ano Boamstress and Ohambi rm.ld.
Apply at till? ouico. 1* May 16_
WAA Ti l?. - A RK>PECTAUIiE FKNALE
wiuties a Bltuation as nurae, chamber-maid, or
housekeeper, liest of referenco can be Riven Apply
fur one ?rook at No. 93 Churcb-atrecc. Ia* May IS
WAI.TRD, \ I'l ItST-t t.A S s W A 8 II - 11
ami IKONER. Apply linnii ?lhitely at No. 45 Can.
non Blri-'t, three doors east of Bniltli.
May 15 3
II*ANTED, A FIKST-Llaa.SS DIILIallVEH.
?V Apply at WILLTAM8 ft COVFRT'.-*.
Moy 14_7_No. 131 Meeting strtiot.
WANTRO, A COLORED Gilli., TO MI.
a child. Apply at No. 28 REID STREET.
NURSE WASTED-WHITE OR COLOH
ED-capablo of taking cbargo of children, and to
A capab'e COOK. Apply a-. OTTOLENGUI'S. Hasel
street, thron doora east of Anson. May 14
WANTED, A GOOD WASHER AND
COOK, for a small family ; an boneat and Indus
trious woman wlU receive fair wages and a comfortable
home. Colored prcforred. Apply immediately, at ho.
4 Wentworth street. 2* May 12
W ANTRO TO LEASE, FOR A TI?,1191 OK
yeai-, a HOUSE in tbe lower part of the city,
oon*alnlDg (6) six upright rooms, a carriage Iiinae and
stable Addres?, stating terms, Ac, Hoy Box No. 9,
Charleston Postoffloe, or apply to No. 22 East Bay.
AGBNTLKMAN, FOIINERLY AN OF
FICER of the Quartern)aster's Department, U. 8.
A., thoroughly acquainted with the routine of the Tari
ons Pnpart-enta at Washington, offers bis services In
the adjustment of c alms against tbe Government.
Government Securities of all kinds bongbt and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATHEWK8.
May 8 Imo No. 81 y Broad-street.
TO BENT, &o.
O RENT, A STORE ON VENDUE RANGE.
Apply to GEO. BUNEKEN.
May IS_fro, l8 Yandoo Range.
TO RENT.-ONE PUROVISHRD ROOS! TO
RENT to one or two gentlemen. Inqulro at this
Office. 2* May 14
TO RENT, THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
In the house, and two in the kitchen, at No. 101 St.
Phillp stre.t. tuf-* May 15
TO RENT.-THE DESIRABLE ?TORE
Ko. 197 Meeting-street, opposito Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tue premises. April l8
EOOM9 TO RENT.-A FEW Pi.EA?A.iT
and desirable ROOMS TO RF.N r. Appl ya? *
April 30 No, 69 OUCRCR 3TREET.
TO RENT. THE HALF OF THAT DESIR
ABLE RESIDENCE at the correr of liontague and
Gadsden strette. For terms and other particulars ap
ply to W. E. HA8KELL, at Planters and Mechanlca'
llank, or at the prt-mlses. stuthe May 6
TO RENT, FOR SIX MONTHS, A. FUR
NISHED BED-ROOM, pleasantly situated, opening
on a plana to tho Sontb, with a dressing room attrobed.
With it may be had a Kitchen and Servant's room, and
olnt use o? a drawing room Apply to
LOWNDES k G RIM RALL,
May 10 0 Law Range, Broad street.
TO RENT.-THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI
DU NOB in Mount Pleasant Village, owned by Mr.
SAML. SANDERS, containing five rooms, on a high
ha? cm en t, having all MM sa y outbuildings, tbe yard
being well shaded, with a good pump on the lot.
apply to WH. JOHNSON'S Wood lard,
April 23 East end of Laurens-street.
FOR SALE, A No. 1 COW, WITH A CALF
a few days old. Apply st No. 48 Reid-street.
May 15 1*
FOR SALE, T'.K GOOD WI?L AND BAR
ROOM FIXTURE-* of premises No. 27 Market
street. Locality sulttblo for a Boarding Honae or Liquor
Store For further particulars, apply on the preinltea.
AT PRIVATE SALE, A NEW. LIGHT
BUGGY, with Harness. Umbrella and Whip; never
used ; Just imported. Apply to
CLIFFORD k MATHEWES.
May 15 3 No. hi >, Broad street
FOR SALE AND RENT, A NEATLY FIT
TED BAR ROOM, situated in a good locality. To
a person of ara?il capital and industry no better chance
is offered for an easy money-making basiress. Attached
to the Bar is a neat back room, with kitchen and gooa
water in the yard.
For particulars, 4c , apply at this office.
May 14 3
HOUSE AND LOT-AT PRIVATE SALE,
a HOUSE AND LOT in lower part of the city,
convenient to East Bay, containii-g 4 tooms and pantry.
On the premises is a i.lco new cl.U-in, with a handsome
gar'eu atticlied, measuring in front 4o f. it. snd In
depth 120 feet. Terms accommodating A np v to
May 12 stnthe No. 136 Mejting street.
OR SALE-SECOID HAND 1'ltlI.TING
iRESaES AND TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl. Nonpareil, Minion, etc
KUI Til HAND PB?B_-Platen, 22>?x27 inches; bed,
WORKELHAND PRE8S-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
WA-HINQTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22??x28>?
inches; bed. 21x30 inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22*?x28 Inches; bed, 20 '?'
x31 y inches.
llWOGLi-' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wllniington. Del.
Or J. w. MCMILLAN.
May 8 At this Office.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
LOST. A MALACCA CANE, 1VOH Y HEAD.
GOLD BAND, market "Ca. L D. It. Hunt from
Win. Beiden." A liberal reward will be paid if d-11 ver
de at my office, No. 43 East Bay. D. it. HUNT,
May 16 Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
TOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. FROM
J No. 10 Mazyok-atreet, a medium sized BRINDLE
GOW, with ?tra gilt horns, on Saturday, toe 12th lnit.
Whoever may fl d her win confer a great favor on the
owner, and reoelvs Ave dollars reward, by leaving word
With - I'ATttlOK CARROLL.
May 16_1**_No. 16 Masyck-street
QTRAYKD.O V THE 10TII INSTANT,INTO
O my yard, a Cow. The owner is rei-uested to come,
prove proDertv, pay expenses, and take said cow away.
Apply at No. 7 Wall-street. 1? May 16
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD_LOST
at Racoon Hall on Friday, April 27th, a Bay Mare
Mule, three years old, unbroken. The said Mule was last
seen near the State Hoad going towards Summerville.
Any information respe tin? It, sddress B. P MARION,
St Stephen's Depot, N. _. B. B., or at Pineville.
May 7 7,1116 8. BEN J. P. MARION.
REWARD.-STOLEN FROM MY
atablo on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
Charleston, on toe Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 13th. a SMALL BLACK HORSE MULE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shod and
pnces. Fifty dollars reward will be paid for the aptpre
lienslon of the Molo and the thief, or half of th?? amount
for the return of the Mule. N. H. GU?TON.
LOST, "WHILE RIDING FROM THE
Mills House ta the Arsenal and back, a small GOLD
WATCH, enamelled, with Chain and Locket attached.
Any person Unding the same and returning It to the
office of the Mills liou.o will be lb ?rally rewarded.
DR? MIDDLETON MICHEL,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 87 TRADD-STRBBT,
BETWEEN ME?TINO AND CIIunCH-flTIlEKTS.
DR. MICHEL MAT BE CONSULTED FROM 7 TO 9
JL ht., 1 to 4 and 8 to 9 F. M.
April 28 Btntbia
THE POLICLINIC AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE,
Queen-street, is open under the direction of the
Faculty every Wednesday and Saturday, irom 0 to 10
Medical and Surgical advice and Medicine are given
gratuitously to the poor.
OFFICERS OF THE POLICLINIC.
MI-ICA Ia CLINIC
Prof. E. CEDDINGS. M. D , Chief.
P. GERVAIS ROBIN80N, M. D , 1 ._,,_,...,_
G. B. TBE3COT, M. D" j A,?Tlsnt?.
? UP.OICAL, CLIaTTO
Prof. 3. 3. CHIS >LM, M. u., Chief.
S. LOGAN. M. D. 1 _."..,"_,"
F. L. PARKER, M. D . } -?..????..*??,
Persons may apply for in foi mat ion to either of the
above st the College, or at. their offices.
May 8 _. ? ... (0j
OTTO SONNTAG, DYER AND SCOURER, HA8 RE
MOVED to No. fl Orange-street, bet?rc?n Broad and
fradd streets. Ladies snd Gentlemen's Clothes Dyed,
?coared and PrttMd. 7* May 1?
A SPECIAL MEKT1NO OP THE OITY COUNCIL
<\_ will be bold This Day, at C o clock P. M.
Byordor: W. B SMITH.
May 16 _ 1 Clerk of Council.
It ICI.I ?. V hOAN ASSO IATIO V
THE REGULA? MONTHLV MEETING OF THIS
AH80C(ATION will be belt!, at tin? Mni-oni"? Hall,
corner of King and Wentworth street?. This Evening at
8 o'clock, when the 24th Instilment will hi? iil-poHcd ? f.
The undersigned will receive the Instalment? anil
other dues from members, dnrlng This Day. at lils of
fice, No. 249 King street and at ttie Hall This Evening,
previous to tbo hour of meeting.
May 16 1_W. li. HERIOT, Preeldent
UNION ClfAPTHK NO. 9, I?.*. A.*. _...
THE MONTHLY O NVOOATION WILL BE HOLD
EN at Masonic Hall TAU Evening, 16tt lnet., at 8
Companions and candidates will bo punctual in at
By order M.*. E.-. H.*. P.*.
THOMAS B. COLLINS,
May 16 1* Secretary.
PAhM".TTO PIRB ENGINE COMPANY.
ATrBND AN EX (RA MEETING OF YO OB COM
PANY This Evening.
By order President MILLER. (I. R. DUNN,
Moy 16 1 Secretary P. F. E. Co.
(?HAI?LESTON COMMKHCIAL. COLLEGE
No. 362 (IN THE BEND) KINO BTBEET.
THE UNDEB8IGNED RESPECTFULLY AN
NOUNCES to the pnblio that the cxercisen of this
institution will be commenced on MONDAY, the 14th
day of May. The course of studies will Include SINGLE
AND DOUBLE ENTBY BOOK-KEEPING, according to
the moat approved m?thode of modern accountants;
ABITUMET'IO, particularly in ita relation to mercantile
transactions and penmanship, husmeas and orna
mental. In addition to the above branches, a complote
course of lectures will be dellvored upon COMMER
CIAL JOBIHPRDDENCE, BANKING. Gt-NERAL
BROKERAGE, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSI
NESS, by a competent corps of instructors who have
been engaged-thus affording unequaled facilitate for
the attainment of a finiflhed commercial odneation.
For further particulars, apply as ab?>ve, or to
WILLIAM M. PELOT, PrinclpaL
May 11 6
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYE THIS DAY FODMED
a Copartnership under the style of R. W. GALE k
CO., for conducting tbo CarrriaRO Businoas, and a Orn
erai Commission and Auction Business, at tho old
Carriago Bland of It. W. Oalo, Noa 46 and 48 Wentworth -
street. B W. GALE,
GEO. O. ROBINSON.
Charleston May ?, 18(6. tutlisO May 16
II. S. MILLAR'S B.IKER?,
No' 84= M-ARKET,
BETWEEN MEETING. AND KING.
I" EMON. WINE, SEED, TRENTON, FANCY, FA
j RI?A, tugar, Butter, Rod?, Boston and Graham
OKACKEbb: duner Nula, Fine Pilot Uread, Ac, in bar
rels, kegs and boxes. Boxes assorted Crackers for
fa-Miles. Country orders attended to with dispatch.
TO BE BAFFLED.
A HANDSOME SETT OF COTTAGE FUBNUUBF,
Marble Top. beautifully decorated In black and
gold. Persons deslrlr-g chances are requested to se
cure thom at onco. Baffle takes place Wednesday even
ing, 15th lnet. Chariots $1; set can be seen at
BOINEST k BURKE'S,
Meeting-street, next to Mills House.
TWO FINE LITTLE STEAKERS.
?50 CHANCES-S ? tt PER CHANCE.
THE HIGHEST THROW TAKEB THE OHOIOE ;
the lowest the remaining one of the Bteamors.
LIST OPEN at ERASER'S WHARE. "_May 14
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been lemndelled and refurnished
throughout. 1 he travelling publie, transient visitors, or
other*, will find in it all the luxuries of a FIRS'l -OLASB
ES; ABLIbHME.vr, combined with the comforts of
Tholocatlcn is one o the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A Billiard Balor n for the lovers of this
healthful exercise la attached. No rains or expeeso
sparod to give entire satisfaction.
May 1. F. OPDEBEECK.
THOS. E- DALWICK,
CABINET JIIAKKIt AND HVDKHTAI?EH,
NO. 571 KING-STREET.
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH FCNERALS WITH
Coffins, of varions styles aud qualities; Gists
Ltearaes and first-class Coaches.
REP ?.IRS FURNITURE, AND KEEP8 ON HAND A
?elect supply of new and second-hand Furniture, mann,
'actores Mattresses of moas, wool, and cotton.
N.B.-All calla attended personally, at any hour, day
ir night. Imo May 16
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
FACTOR}?, FORWARDING ASENTS
ACCOMMODATION W11 AUK,
O-IA _*_*._ S TON", S> O
n. O. BENNETT... .B. B. LILES.... J. O. MARSH ALU
RErEnENOEB.- Ex- Governor YANOE, Charlotte, N. 0. ;
Ion. THUS 8. ABHE, Wadeaboro', N. O. ; K. P. BAT*
C-LF, Esq.. State Treasurer, Raleigh, N. C ; MaJ. B. D.
TOWNSEND, Benncttavlll?, 8 C. ; D. MALLOY. Esq.,
3 bera st, 8. O. ; W. BBANTLEY PETTIGREW, Esq.,
ngama?, 8 0._Imo?_May 14
]OfJRTENAY & TBENHOLM.
(LATE OF NEWBERRY 0. H., B. O.,)
'ILL CONTINUE BUMNES8 IN CHARLESTON, AS
And will be pleased to see their friends at
no. io IIOYCE'S "WHARF.
Vat. A. COURTENAY. P. C. TBENHOLM.
ME BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTION
Che Edlsto anil Anhli-j Canal Company
ARE NOW OPEN AT THE OFFICE OF M ESSIt 9. 3VO.
I. BIGGS k CO., corn or Broad and East Bay.
SHAKES, ONE HUNDBED DOLI?BS EACH, payable
a monthly Instalments of FIVE DOLLAB8 PEB SHARE.
Apply to ?T. BAYBNEL MACBETH,
April 13 Secretary and Treasurer.
.eiitlcnicii of Charleston and Vicinity.
rHE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
that ihev have leased the seo-nd floor ol the build
in on theOOBNBBOP MARKET ANDRINO 8TBKET8
mown as the Adger bulldl??-). wh?-re they have fitted
P, In erory particular, m flrst-claoa BILLIARD II ALL.
ompt laing Eleven Tahlee, from the ?? anuiackWry of
[stars. Kavanagh At Dicker. ?
Those wislilna: to pass a pleasant evening in the enjoy
kent of tula game, ?annot hut help to find this tho cool
it and l>??t adapted room in the Olly.
A privat.- SAMPLE BOOM 1? attached, atoclcd Tit
le finest importations.
Gentlemen are invited to nan and inapect for them
$8000 TO INVEST
I.N UNDOUBTED ?OND8, SECURED BY REAL ES
TATE in tue city.
Apply to B. M. MARSHALL,
Broker, Auctioneer and Real Esteta Aiier.t,
May 16_3_ Ro 83 Urb.d slri-ot.
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR?! FXCHANOE
on New York, for sam by P. II KEOLER,
BOUGHT BY I? B. KEGLEB,
Comer Kin* in?l H wel-atreett,
$10,000 TO $12,000.
FQR 8ALE FOR CASH ONLY. A HOOD PAYING
Business in Cbarleaton. Et-Ultli- hi ?I nine months.
Qood reasons furuiBhed for wmliin,; tu sell.
For purlieu are add re d8
J. '.. R.,
May 3 Lock Box, No. 1(19. Charleston.
Of Elegant Finish.
JUST THE THING FOB OUB CLIMATE, TO KEEP"
THE HEAD COMFORTABLY COOL.
IN OBKAT VABIETT, FOB
GENTS; BOYS AND CHILDREN.
LADIES' AND MISSES'
Wholesale and Retail.
SUCCESSOR TO HORSEY, AUTE1V ?St CO?
N0. 25 HAYiYE STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
FIVE CENT3 A GLASS
THE DRUG STORE OF
A. W. ECKEL & CO.,
No. 231 King-st.,
(C LEV ILL. AN IV S OL.D 8TAHD,)
WHEBE WILL ALSO BE FOUND A COMPLETE
May 14_3_lOILET ARTICLES.
THE NATIONAL EXPRE.SS AND TRANSPOR
TATION COJdTANY ??aving finally completed it?
Southern ihr-'iigh connections from
NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA to BALTI
MORE, WASHINGTON, RICHMOND, SAVAN
NAH, CHARLESTON, and all intermediato and
adjacent towna as far South as GEORGIA; and
als-o having perfected ita Western connections, via
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad over main
CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUI8,
Ia now prepared to receive FREIGHT, MER
CHANDISE, VALUABLE PACKAGES, MONET
AND BULLION, and to transfer the same to or
from the places designated, and all intermediate
pointe, as efHuiontly, expeditioualy and cheaply ao
can be done by any other Express Company.
Offices are also opened in MOBILE and NEW
ORLEANS, and in a few days the Company will
ran through, via MONTGOMERY, to the??
J. E. JOHNSTON, President.
B. F. FICKLIN, Gen. Sup't.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPAHT
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Tr anom isa ion of Freight,
flfoney, and Valuables.
iVILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER*
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
W. W. KLM EN DORF,
IT. n. PLANT,
> i- . I're ildon t, A tiff?--iii, OB,
' 'i i ?? B. iiciaincK,
, . . . General SuptrlnUsudent, AtiguBta, Ga.
i A. A. HICK,
Snp't a a Section, Charleston, 8. O.
ALE ANB PORTER.
IAA OA8KB AUtaSOPP'? ALB ANO PORTEB*.
U\J\J Wotaaiatrf GIBBES & co.,
AprUlS AdKor'e Wfcar