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MARLESTON BAILY NEWS,
Q. R. CATHCART, EDITO*.
CATHCART, McHILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY-TWELVE _ J.NTH8._^...ilO.OO
DAILY- 1H:?KE MONTHS.?.I??*
BINGLE COPIES.8 cent*
TO ***EW8 DEALERS.Semi?
LAUtfEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?TTH_E _iIST OF "-KXTK-iVS re
malning in the Fostoffioe at the end
of eaoli week is published offioinlly
In T___ DAILY NEWS every _r*rl
A Richmond paper BBJB thero ia a atoady tide of
emigration of blacke from that city northward.
Letters from Japan etate that tho iron-clad VOB
BOI built in America for the Tycoon is a failure.
The Japanese engineer who purcbaacd her com
mitted su?, ide.
Four ?.altimoro hanks aro Baid to bo Iosore by
theiai-ireof the Morchanta' National Bank at
Wellington. One ia said to hayo lost $390,000,
and anothor ?0O.O00.
At the laat eoiree ot the Tuileries, a romance by
Mme. de BOTJJBCBILD was sung with groat success.
After the concert Mile. PATTI was prestiitcd by tho
Emperor with a pair of diamond ear-rings.
Mr. W. H. H?BLBCT, ot New York, well known
as a skilful writer, and or late years much con
nected with The IFor'c*, has just been to Mexico,
and is writing a book ou tho condition of that
country. Mr. II. is not unknown in Charleston.
It ia tUe opinion of Government officers that the
Merchants' National Bank of Washington, the
fiiilnro of which baa already boen announced
in our columns, will not pay two cents on the
The Now York Herald's Madrid correspondence
asserts that a movement is on foot in Spain which
has forits object nothing loss than the overthrow
of the present dynasty. General PJUM is reported
to be deeply intoreated in it, and also a eon of
The late French compoaerCiainssoN left among
his treasures a spinnet of the sixteenth century,
which is eaid to be worth at loaat bixty thoueand
francs. The keys aro of agate and lapis lazuli,
and the ivory frame ia Baid to bo covered with
two thousand flvo hundred precious stones set in
The following astounding, not to say incredible,
piece of intelligence comos to us in one of our
Northorn exchanges : " Mrs. JEFF. DAVIS left her
?ear-rings in the sleeping car on the Hudson River
railroad, on her late trip through Now York.
They were forwarded to her by the honoat con
It ?B Btated that the defence of the Nottingham
election petition, in England, cost Mr. MOSLEY,
ex-M. P., a round sum of ?13,000, while his share
of the election expenses amounted to ?3,000. His
colleague, Mr. PAOET, who was the petitioner
against Sir ROBEBT CLIFTON, paid ?3,000 during
the election and soveral thousand in support of
A tornado passed over the neighborhood of Car
rolton, Miss., last Saturday. It ranged through
the southern part of the country, was about a
mile in width, and left not a tree in its track. The
largest hickory and oak trees were blown up by
the roots, or twisted off near the ground. For
tunately there was but little property to injure ia
the track of the tornado.
Tho coinage at tho Mint in London, for this
year, will cost ?49,182, of which ?10,000 is for gold,
?40,000 for silver, and ?7500 for copper. A sum
equal to the last will bo reoovered by tho Balo of
old copper not required for the recoinage. The
B?ignorafte to be paid into the Exchequer in
respect of the year's coinage of Bilver is estimated
The Earl D?NMOUE, who is proprietor of the
Island Harris, has just completed a rather novel
scheme in dressing out a company, numbering
one hundred, of the moat aturdy and stalwart of
the inlanders there, in a somewhat unique eos
tumo. His Lordship's deBign is to proceed with
tho company, of which ho in the captain com
mandant, to Balmoral, in order to form a guard
of honor to her Majesty when there in summer.
The Lieutenant-General has instructed tho
various military department commandera to
abolish as rapidly as possible the districts under
their command, allowing the return of civil rule
entirely. In somo cunos he has recommended the
eoRvereion of the district iuto a military post.
Every means which may, consistent with the wel
fare of the country, be used to reduce the number
of volunteers yet in Beryice, has been adopted.
The St. Joseph f/Mo.) Herald of'?he Gth, ?aye:
"Our farmers npoak of the wheat crop of this sea
eon as more promising than any for tho past five
years. It is said to bo ten inches high, and ia
growing fast. From other sections of the State
we have the moat encouraging accounts, and the
prospeot for an abundance of wheat this year ie
better than the moat sanguine farmers expeotod."
The American Medical-Association has chosen
tho following officers, and will meet next year at
Cincinnati: President, H. F. ASKEW, of Delaware;
Vice-Presidents, W. K. BOWLING, of Tennessee, J,
O. HIKHIKH, of Iowa, U. W. BOWDITCH, of Massa
chusetts, THOM?- 0. BMNSMAOE, of New York;
Permanent Secretary, WILLIAM B. ATCUINSON, ol
Pennsylvania.; Assistant, W. \Y. DAWSON, of Cin
A Paris letter writer, discoursing of the hard woil
required of the members of the French Legislature;
citea the case or Tuiens, of whom it is written
"After the sitting of Saturday last, M. THIERS
aided by his Bccretary who had joined him, set t.
work, aftor having put on warm linen brought
hi-n by his valet, and at three in tho morning wai
still at work correcting tho proofs brought hin
from the printiug office. Ho had near him a roi
of bread and bowl of soup, of which ho took i
spoonfall now and then. But, In fact, that littli
man eoems made of Iron; and no one can sa;
which is most to be admired, tho vivacity of hi
mind or the etout constitution of hie body."
A gortogioal phenomenon is noticod in tho Iali
of Wight, consisting of a layer of pebblos, oacl
about the size and col>r of a horso-bean, whicl
has beou gradually moving eastward along th
southwestern shore of the island. The layer hn
now roaohed Ventnor. A foffyeare eince no sue!
pebbles were found on that COM?. They probabl
originated on tho coast of Dorset. They are, Uki
all gravel, broken and water-worn*flints. Th?
layer has probably boon formed under the sea
And driven by some unusual disturbance from th
Doreot ehoros, past tho Hampshire coatst, on to
tbo Isle of Wight beach.
Here ia a story from a late English paper: ' -
woman named HAHRIET EABTBUBY wae mtu?oil *
from ber home at Brookley, GlouoeatorBhire, on
tbo 14th ultimo, and no trace of hor could ho dis
covered by her husband or tho polico. On the
15th inetant a laboror was pasaing along tho
"Warren," on Lord Non-rnwicK'a estate, wbero
tbcro is an oromnontal lake, nearly surroundotl
by ?-?bruba, when he board a moorhen making a
peculiar noiBe; bo proceeded to tho epot, and
found the nest of tbo bird ou tho brennt of a wo
man'? body, which wau floating in Ibe water. On
tho body being removed it waa found to bo that
of tbo woman EASTBUKY, which munt havo been
iii tho water for live wooka. At tbo inquest a
verdict of 'found drownod' waB returned. The
nest contained oovon eggs, which wore nearly
Tbo Board of Miesions of tho MotbodiBt Epia
copal Church propose to commemorate tbo cen
tenary anniversary of American Moihodiam by
the orection of a Buitablo mission bouse in New
York. It is to bo in a conspicuous place, and of
imposing architecture, ao aa to bo au ornament
to the city, and an attraction to the membership.
The aocioty now expends abovo a million of dollar?
yearly in ita various operations at homo and
abroad. The transaction of BO much business,
with committee rooms, museum of curiosities and
relics, storage of supplies, and the like, require
such a building. To insure success in thin enter
prise tbo "Ladles' Central Contonary Associa
tion" was formed, with brauchen throughout the
New York, Now York East, Troy, Newark and New
ark and New Jersey Conferences.
Tbo doors of the Merchants' National Bank re
main open, and the officers remain tbore, making
promisee of future redemption, but with ne>pros
pect of boing able to fulfill thom. It appears that
i there was on deposit from tho Interior Depart
ment, on account of funda, $32,937; PoBtofflce De
I partmont, dead letter fund, waato paper fund, and
! disbursing clork,$900)'Treasury Department,$5000
: and other paymasters and quarter master B, $640,
1C3; total, $087,000. Gen. SPINNEII holde abovo the
amount ncceaeary for tho redemption of tho uotea
of the bank, $140,000, leaving a lots for tho Gov
ernment of $547,000, without having recourse to
stockholder-], or counting upon the probablo non
return of a large portion of the notes of the bank,
or tbo bank recovering or having any tiling from
tho general assets of tho concern. Tho oflicial
inquiry now going on will aoon demonstrate the
amount of tho private deposits, and theil* liabili
ties and BBBeta. Information from Baltimore indi
cates that nothing of any account will bo received
from BO?NE, or BOYNE ?t Co., of Baltimore:
ear A'i communierions intended for publication tn
this Journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily" News, No. l8 Hoyne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We oannol undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, MA? 17, 186?.
THE ENGLISH REFORM RILL.
We have, in previous article.?, given an
outline of the debate on this measure ia tbo
House of CommonB. We feel assured our
readers share our interest ia the disoussion of
this important publie question, and shall,
therefore, not apologize for again recurring
to this topic. As already announced some
dava ago, the Bill passed to ita second rend
ing by a bare majority of five. Whether it
will finally pass into an act oven in the Lower
House is still doubtful j while ita chances of
success in the House of Lords are extremely
feeble. We await the result with great anx
There were many points of interest to us
on this side of the wator in the debate on the
27th ult. Most notioeable were the fpeeohos
of Mr. LOWE, editor of the London Times,
Mr. D'ISHAELI, and Mr. GLADSTONE.
Among many other sharp things, Mr. LOWE
"Look at the difference which exists between
this country and Amerioa, in the caije of Judges.
We have fenced round the Judges with every safe
guard until wo have made them praoMeally tbe
only irroaponsiblo persons in thoountry; until we
are obliged to aubmit to tho shocking and melan
choly eight of a man actually blind administering
justice, and another of upward of ninety etill
Bitting on the bench. We submit to this aim ply
because we do not wish to do any thing likely to
influonco the judgment of the Judges. lu most
parts of America the Judgea are elected for six
years* and in West Mississippi, for example, only
for two yearn, and that expressly that they may
administer the law, not in accordance with the
law, bat in accordance with the popular sentiment.
The Chancellor of the Duohy of Lancaster Bays
that England in a totally different country from
America and Australia, and that the arguments
that apply to one are not applioablo to tho other.
I own that there is a great diff?rence, but the dif
ference is entirely in favor of Amerioa and Aus
tralia, and againBt England and Democracy. The
groat difference ia the posseesion of boundless
traots of fortilo land in those countries. In those
countries tho land ia a sedative of political pas
sions; here it is an irritant. In England it is a
thing to be desired and Bcized upon; in America
and Australia it ia to be had" for next to nothing;
but every one knows and aaya that if America waa
left to the government of the great towns, they
would ruin it instantly, and it is tho cultivatora of
'. the land who, by their conservative tendencies,
keop it from ruin and destruction."
Here Mr. LOWE read MACAULAY'S famous
: letter to Mr. RANDALL, author of the Life of
Mr. D'ISRAKLI said :
> "Aro wo to conaidor this subject in tho spirit of
> the Constitution, or aro we to meet it io the spirit
- of the American Constitution ? I prefer to con
9 sidor the question in tbo apirit of our own Contsti
- tu'ior. I approve of American institutions aa they
- aro adapted in the country in which they exist.
1 Tho point that I always consider is, whether the
3 institutions of a country are adapted to tho coun
! try whore they flourish. But I do not think that
1 becauso a certain olaes of institutions may nu it
America, that, therefore, it ehoald suit England,
a If I could see a body of intelligent men in posses*
i si'iii of an immense expanse of oulturable land of
i almost unlimited are?, and where there might
a rise np a race of men of almost sovereign power,
B the question mightasbutne a yery diffeiout aspect.
i But the fault of the American political system ia
r1 not essential, but occidental*
o "it ia tho turbulout and'domorallzod multitudes
a that disturb the peace of their citiea which lie
, upon the coast that cons titu to so great a reproach
a to American institutions, and if you were to at
tempt tt> introduce these Into England, I believo (
the effect would bo dccidodly disastrous. " j
Mr. D'IBRAELI doniod that tho Tories were
in favor of going to war with tho United t
Statos during tho great Amorican war ; and j
accused tbo British Ministry of having had
oepocially warliko purposes in that c?mica- t
tion. He Baid of GLADSTONE'S Amorican
"Sir, I venture to put before the Houso to-night
tbo principles upon which parliamentary reform,
if it ia to proceed, ought to proceed, vi'/,: On Eng- ?
hub, and not on American principles. It ought to
proceed on this ground, that wo aro the Iiouao of
Commons, and not the Houso of tho people-that
?vc rcprc8ont a great political ordor in tho State,
and not an indiscriminate multitude; and that in t
nettling what Bharo tho working classes aro to
have iu tbo State-which I do not begrndg?- thom
wo ought to act iu the spirit of tho Constitution \
and form that eatimatc in its spirit. Tho honora- '
bio member from Birmingham candidly talccB tho
oppoaite view; but tho right honorable gentle
man, the Chancollor of tho Exchequer, goes down I
to Livorpool-the loader of thia Houao-tho coun
cillor of the Government-and what doea he do?
Why, he proloases Amoiicnn principles in the
widest eenso. No1 I would make no statement in
this House that I am Lot prepared to substanti
ate. I have expressed pretty dourly my views of
tho English Constitution, and I confidently assert
that they aro correct. I say the right honorable
??ontleman, following tho example, aa ho always
doea, of tho member for Birmingham, went on a
tour of agitation, and, I say, expounded his policy
founded on American and not on English princi
ples, and I am here prepared to prove it."
And wo think it must bo udini ttod that he
did prove it, for what ho enid was in a largo
Mr. ?LADSTONE, in hi? reply, coming to
this point, Baid :
"I grapplo now with the argument of my right
honorable friend, and all the diemal piclurea ho
draws about the destruction of tho British Con
stitution. It ia not going to bo destroyed. You
aro not going to import American principles. It
is uot an American principio to reduce the borough
franchise. It is a return to old English principles,
a restoring of the state of things that subsisted
before aid ought to subsist again."
Hero he quoted some of the .Radical say
ings of Mr. D'ISRAELI a good many years
ago. The most eminent English, as woli as
American statesmen, have their awkward an
Mr. GLADSTONE'S concluding remarks were
as follows :
"My honorable friend says wo know nothing
about the laboring classes. Is not one single
word a Bnflioient reply, and that word is
Lancashire, associated with tho Bufferings of tho
last four years, so painful and bitter, but
BO nobly and gloriously borne? The qualities
then exhibited were tho qualities, not of
select men here and there among a depraved mul
titude, but of the masses. For my own part I
can not believo that the men who exhibited those
qualities were only a sample of the people,
and that the rest would not have done the
aamc had occasion arisen. I can noteeo what ar
gument could be found for somewise and temper
ate experiment of the extension of civil rights
among such a people if the experience of the past
few y oars docB not afford it. Let us consider the
enormoua and silent changea which have been
going forward amoug thp laboring population.
May I use the words to honorable and right honor
able gentlemen once used b> way of exhortation
by Sir B, PEEL-'elevate your vision ?' Let na try
and raiae our views above tho fears, suspicions,
jealousies, attacks and recriminations of this
place. Let us look onward to the timo of our
children and children's children. Lot us know
what preparation should bo mado for that time.
Is there or ia there not a steady movement
of the laboring classes, and is or is not that
movement onward and upward ? I do nut
say you can eeo it, for, like all great proceesos,
it was unobaorvable in detail, but solid and
assailable in character. It is like those move
ments of the earth's crust, which Bcieuce tells ua
is even noa* going on in certain portions of the
globe which Bailors sail over, and tho traveller by
land treads upon, withont being conscious of them;
but science tells you that the changes are taking
placo, and that thiugs aro nob as they wore.
Has my right honorable friend ever considered
the astonishing phenomena connected with some
pofciioii of the conduct of tho laboring classes,
and taped ?Hy In the Lancashire dia!re?s? Ila?
bo considered what an stnouiit of self-denial was
exhibitod by these men iu respect to tho American
war? Could any man have believod that a con
duet so still, so calm, BO firm, so energetic, could
have planted itself in the minds of a population
without becoming a known patent fact through
out the whole country ? And yet when the day of
trial carne, we saw the noble sympathy on their
part with the people of. the North-that determi
nation that, by tbeir Buffering what they might,
no word ehonld proceod from them that would
damage a cause BO just. On one sida there was a
magnificent moral spectacle; on the other side
there was a great lessen to us all, to toach us that
in their minds, by a process of quiet installation,
opinions and sentiments were gradually forming
themselves, of which wo for a long timo remain
unaware, but when at huit they make their appear
ance, are found mature, solid and irresistible.
a ''".'#' a* ?am ?j
"You cannot fight against tho future. Time is
on our aide. The great ?ocial forces which move
on in their might acd majoaty, and which tho
tumult of our debates dooa not for a moment im
pede or disturb-those groat social forces aro
against you ; they are marshaled on our Bide, and
the banner which we now carry, though, perhaps,
at some moment it may droop over our sinking
heads, yet it soon again will float in the ovo of
Heaven, and it will bo borne by tbo firm banda of
tho united people of the three kingdoms, perhaps
not to an easy, but to a certain and to a not dis
. ? ?
A BOSTON editor having had his eyes
opened bj MOORE'S history of slavery in
Massachusetts, mildly suggests the propriety
of a little modesty in future on the part of
those who have so long held forth in the ho
lior-than thou vein. He cays "it certainly is
not pleasant to admit that in Massachusetts,
in its earliefet settlement, slavery was recog
nised by law, and strengthened mid made per
manent hy various enaotraents.. Mr. MOORE
, shows that tbo Old Puritans not only bought
and sold cargoes of Africans, but dealt io the
samo way with their Indian captives, and
oven, in a limited degree, with whites who
1 were numbered among the dissenters and
horotios of the times,?or who could not pay
\ their debts. It is mortifying again, to re
member that PETER FANEUIL, the generous
giver tf the -Old Cradle of Liberty' to tue
3ity of BoBton,wa8 a slave owner and im
If somo person would tako tho trouble to
race up tho genealogy of SUMNER, WENDELL
PHILLIPS, BEECHER, and the rest, it is highly
irobablo the discovery would bo made that
hose worthies aro tho descendants of "slave
urates," and that when thoy launch their
iniithcmiiH against " traffickers in human
louis*' they aro blaokguarding tboir own
i YOUNG MAS, WHO THOIIOUGHLY
?\. iiiulcrHtanils l?io Kolnll Orocf-ry Bunnies... wanted,
iddreei- A. 8. T., llox No. 1, l'ostniilcc, with n>f rences
intl salary rt-r-uirod. 3* May 17
W~ A* TKO. TWO FIRST-RATE WHITB
BKRVANTK, to attend upon o small family in
summerville, 8. v.. Ono to minil a child-the other to
-mik, wash, and <lo general housework. Apply at the
Jillce of the "uth Carolina Ballrcud, John-jtreot.
. May 17 2*
WAN'l'EO, A fOLIllll'.H WOMAN 1H
minil a child and du house, work for a st.,?li
[amlly. Apply at No. 1 LEGAKE-BTRBtT.
ANTKD, A OUUDCUUK ANO WASH- IX
(White or Colored), with good recommendations.
Apply at No. 12C K1NG-STRBET.
May 10 1
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS WASHER
and IKONEK. Apply Immediately at No. 46 Can
non street, throo doors east of Hmith.
May 15 _ 3
WAM'EU, A COLOREO Gilli?, TO MINO
a child. Apply at No. 28 Ii EID STREET.
-"\TUU8E WnNTEU-WHITE Oil CULOR.
_? ED-capable of taking charge of children, and to
A capable COOK. Apply at OTTOLENGUI'3. Haacl
stroct, three doom caBt of Anson. May 14
A GENTLEMAN, FOHMERLY Al? ??K
FIOEIt of the Quartermaster's Department, U. H.
A., thoroughly acquainted with tho routine of tho vari
ous Departments at Washington, offert- lila services in
tin; adjustment of c ninia against ti.o Government.
Government Securities of all kind? bouRht aud Bold.
Apply to CLIFFORD fe MATHKWK8,
May 3 lmo No. ai>i Broad-street.
TO RENT, &c.
TO hET, THE UPPKR PART OF HOUSE
No. 3'i East Day, near Vauilerhon-l-st Wharf, con
M-tlng of two Lofts, hultablo for ofllcca. Inqulro at No.
275 Ktng-f-treet. thsro3* Moy 17
rim ItE.NT_THAT .??>! K \ HI,?-. IIKSi
_L DENCE, N?>. 10R BROAD 8TUEET, north side,
butwecn Kiii? and Meeting, containing flvo upright
rooms, and two finished attira
Apply to LOWNDES k GRlMBALL,
May 17 tbs2 Liw Range, Broad etreet.
TO 111?*.-?'!', A DKI-KJIllKI'l. HUM Ii
KE3IDENCE In Llmehouse street. Tie noun
contains six upright rooina aud two attics, with (fas ami
(.?l18 fixture*?, water-?virka complete, with shower and
piiinue hatha, mid wat r closets. On Ihn pro-nines is a
fine kitchen, billiard room, carrlago house and etabb-s,
and all necessary outbuildings,and a flue flower garden
in good cultivation. Tula is one of tho moat delghtful
reHldenc-a in tbo city.
Fur terms and further particulars, applv to
COHEN. HANOKEL fe CO.,
No. 4C East Bay, corner Boyeo fe Co.'s Wharf.
FOR RENT-A TWO STORY HOUSE,
with 4 square rooms, dresslug room and pantry.
Kitchen, carrlago boase, and all noceesary outbnlldluga
attached. A well of good ??rater, and a vegetable gar
den of nearly ono acre, whioh promises a plentiful yield ;
also, different klnos of fruit t-ecn. The whole situated
iu Main street, in the improving town of Summerville.
within ten minuto??- walk of the depot. Parties d?sirons
to procure a comfortable residence out of town, would
do aell to apply Immediately to J AMES MoMANDS, No.
531 Klne-st eet. one door from Morris. 3* May l8
TO RENT. THE HALF ?JF TH AT IIKSIR
ABLE RESIDENCE at the corner of Montague and
Gadsden streets. For forms and other particulars ap
ply to Vf. E. HASSELL, at Planters and Mechanics'
Bank, or at the premises._attithO_May 6
O RENT, A LAH.GE ANO ELEGANT
?SUITE OF ROOMS, in the lower part of the City,
consisting of four rooms and pantry; also fine kitchen,
store-room, wood-ttouse, elstern, fee. Apply at No. 123
East Bay._3_May 16
S "TABLE AND CARRIAGE HOUSE TO
rent. Also a large and airy Chamber. Apply at
eouthoast corner of Pitt and Calhoun streets.
TO RENT, A STORE ON VENDUE BANGE.
1 Apply to GEO. HUNEKEN,
May 16 No. l8 Vendue Range.
rltO RENT.-THE DESlIl?BL? ?TORE
J. No. 157 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tee premises. April l8
rrtWO ARMY WAGONS I? OR SALE CHEAP
I to close consignment, by F. CONNER fe CO., No.
70 "at Bay._Jj_May 17
FU?C*ALK, THREE FINE YOUNG MULES,
well broke; work double or single.
Some No. 1 SADDLE HORSES. Apply at MILLS
HOUSE STABLES, Chulmtrs-s-reet. 3 May 17
T PRIVATE SAL??;, A NEW. LIGHT
BUGGY, with Harnees. t'lnbrtlla and Whip; nevor
used; just Imported, Ap-.l? to
OLIFFORD fe MATHEWKS.
May 15_3_No.Hl>, Broad street.
HOUSE ANO L.aT-AT PRaVAT?^AT??i
ft HOUSE AND LOT in lower part of the city,
convenient to East Bay, containing 4 rooms and pantry.
On the premises in a r,ice new ci*tri n, With a handsome
narien atttcbed, measuring in front 40 feet, and in
depth 120 fieC Tarma accommodating App y to
_May 12_stn tho_No. 13fi Mealing street
I'Sou. S ALK-SECO VT? HAI*?- fXtiS l'IAU
: PRESSES AND TYPE In good order.
Font? of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, (.te
8MITB HAND PRESS- Plateia, 22>?x27 inches; bed,
2t?\ix31 Vi inches.
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 Inches; bed,
24 y,x36}? inches.
WA-HINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22J?"8;i
inches; bed, 21x30 inches.
HOE HAND PBE8S-Platen, 22^x28 inches; bed, 26,'i
RUOGLE8' JOB PREBS-Btaiuliiig .Shoot Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
Or j. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
LOBT, 8TOLEN. &o.
LOST, A VERY S ??L?a BLACK AND TAN
TERRIER DOG. Had a fancy Morocco collar with
brass padlock about her neck. |15 reward will be paid
for h-r rellim to E BvTEs, No. 33 Hasel streot.
? OST, A MALACCA CANE, lVUn Y HEAD.
j GOLD RAND, market "Oa t. D. B. Hunt from
Wm. Beiden." A llboral reward will bo paid if df li ver
de at my office. No. 43 East Bay. D. R. HUNT,
May 16 Captain and Dopot Quartermaster.
d_-/ ?a REWARD.-STOLEN FROM MY
?pijU stable on Oakley Plantation, " miles from
(Jtiarloaton, on tho Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 13th. a HMALL BLACK HORSE MULE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; tbo Mule Is shod and
paces. Fifty dollars row.rd will be paid for the appre
hension of the Mule and the thief, or half of the amonnt
for the return of the Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
LOST, WHILE RIDING FROM THE
Mills House ti the Arsenal and back, a small GOLD
WATCH enamelled, with Chain and Locket attached.
Any person finding the ?arno and returning it to the
office of the Mills Homo witt be liberally rewarded.
DR. W. H. BAILEY,
OFFIOENO 34 WENTWORTH-8TREET.
Rosldenco No. 93 TRADD-BTREET.
May 17 _^^ thstufl?
DR. MIDDLE'ION Ml ?J ti Ki?,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 87 TRADD-STREET,
BETWKKJ? MKETINO AND UUUBUU-8TUKKT8.
DR. MICHEL MAY BE CONSULTED FROM 7 TO 0
A. M., 1 to 4 and 8 to 0 P. M.
April 28 Stuti.18,
COPAR s'NEUSIIIP NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED
a Copa-tuerahlp uuder the style of R. w. GALE fe
Ou., for conduct In? the Carrrlage Baslness, and a am
?rsl Commission and Auction Business, at the old
Carriage Stand of H. W. Oale, Nos*. 45a?.d 43 Wen t worth
Street. ' * ? W. GALE,
f.EO. O. ROBINSON*.
Charleston Msy 0, !Br0. tuthsO Muy 15
CO PART "VE US H IP NOT I? E.
TBEUNDERSIONKD HAVE THIS Da Y kNTElUU)
Into a Copartnotflhip for tho transaction of on AU1*'
TION, COMMISSION, AND ftEAL ESTATE AGEN0Y",
nnder the nsnie and styJe of SMITH fe MCGILLIVRAY.
They will also continue, as for in eily, their Brokerage In
Blocks, Bonds and other Securities, aud solicit consigo
menta of Merchandise ,?bc.
o. MCBRIDE SMITH.
April 89 mwtblS A. 0. MCGILLIVRAY.
UNION KILWINNING LODGE I>O- 4,
RHB REGULAR MONIHIAY COMMUNICATION OF
this Lodgo will bo holtl at Maioulo Hall ou This
Thursday) Evening, nth lust, at 8 o'clock.
Memberg oro particularly requeued to bo punctual in
heir attondanco, ?B a resolution of a amendment of the
?onetitution will lu? submitted
Uy order of tbo W. M. TIIOS. A. FOLLER,
May 17_1 Seerdary. .
*?IAJ*IOIV Flit - K.'aiOIfWK. COBIPANV.
A TTFNDAN KXTRA MEKTINO OP YOUR COMPA
?\. NY This f vening, at t< o'clock precisely, au busl
icas or great importance will bo tranHnctcd
llv order of President.
May IT 1 H. L. CALI'ER, ?ecrctnry M. F. K. Co.
ItlM-'S MOUNTAIN MIIalTAUY Minmi,,
YORKVILLE, 8. C.
THE 8KCOND HE-jSION Of-' 18'ili WILL BEOIN? **N
tho l?th of JUNE, and eud ou tbo 16th of NOVI-I
TKHMH.-For Tuition. Dooks, Stationary, Ac, Board
PR, Fuol, Ui'liti?, and Washing, $11". per session, pay
iblo In advauco, In specie or ttio eq?il valent.
Circulars 80B__HM lull lnforimttlou may bo Been at
this offlco, or may bo had on application to
Surviving Principal and Proprietor.
May 17 thm6
PJ-L.OT ?Si SIlKIll'KSKIi'S
COMME It OIAL SCHOOL,
MASONIC HALL, CORNER RINO AND WENTWORTH
STREETS, OHARLA8TON, 8. O.
WILL DE OPENED ON MONDA Y EVENING
NEXT, THE 21ST INST.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the stylo of PiLOT &
SHERFESEE, for tbe purpOBe of conducting a FIH9T
01, ASS COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, and respectfully no
licit tho patronage of tbeir fellow-citizens. Tbo ra'o of
charges and tor ins aro made to ?ult tbo oxergeucles ol
Pelion-nehip, 24 lessons for-$12.
Arithmetic, with AbblevUted Commercial Calculations,
Double-Entry Book-Keoplng, complete course, tims
unlimited, and success guaranteed-$35.
Pupils will bo practiced in every conceivable stvlo of
BasincsB Forms, and will rec?ho tho name praMl<*al lu
.tructlons that tii?-y would acqnlro lu any activo biml
Maimed Confedorato snldiors wlio aro in indigent cir
cumstances will be taught pratultou?ly.
Evenings for iustructtons every Monday, Wednesday
and friday evenings; commenciiiir at 8 o'clock.
Dnv 8?-li> Ian? will bo ioBtructcd Iron? 9 o'clock A. M.
until 12 O'clock V.
Merchants, 'Tradesmen, and other books opened,
written up, and bulanccd with diepatch, ou moderato
terms. 8TKPHEN E. PE' OT.
May 17th, 18CG. LOUIS SEERFESEE.
May 17 4
CIIAKL-STON C4ll.inil_l-.CIAL COLL - ?Gil?
No. 252 (IN THE BEND) KINO STREET.
THE UNDERSIGNED RE8PECTFULLY AN
NOUNCES to the public that tho onerclM-H of tlii-i
institution will bo commeuced on MONDAY, tho nth
day of May. The cnurseof studlea will includo SINGLE
AND DOUULE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING, accordiug to
tho moHt approvoa methodB of modern accountants;
ARITHMETIC, particularly in Its rotation to mercaotlle
tr.DRai;tlciiR and penn*auBliip, business and <>rmv
-fln'ai. In :? ?M ii ion to tho nb'.vo brauche?, a complote
course of lecture? will bo delivered npon COMilEK
CIVL JURISPRUDENCE, BANKING, GI-NERAL
BROKER\GE, SHIPPING AND COMM188ION BUMI
NESS, by a competen', corns of instructora who have
been engaged-lim?, afford-g unequaled facilities for
the attainment of a finished commercial education.
For further particulars, apply as above, or to
WILLIAM M. PELOT, Principal.
May 11 0
MADAME RUTJE8 RESPE *TFULLY INFORMS
her frionds, and tho public in general, that she
will open tho abc vo House Tint Hay, the 16th inst., for
the reception of PERMANENT, TRANSIENT AND DAY
BOARDER**. She has spared no pains in j-ettiug up
everything in style, ?o as to render It attractive and
agreeable to hor guests.
Attached to the building ia a handsome ICE-CRFAM
SALOON, fitted np with taste, whore the best of Cakes,
Coffee, Chocolate and Cream can at all times be had.
Furnished Rooms for single genilemen or families,
with or without Boar?~.
Private and Select F irtics also supplied with the but
that the market affords. May 1C
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EOROPE AN
PLAN. It has been ?o-odclled and refurnished
throughout. Tho trin-l mi: public, transient visitor?, or
other!., will find in it all tho luxuries of a FIRST-CLASS
E.SiAUH*?UME.?T, combined with the comforts of
Tho location Is one o : the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A Billiard r-alom for the lovers of this
healthful exercise is attached. No pains or cxpeoae
spared to give outiro satlsfac?ion.
May 1J F. OPDEBEECK.
DOt RAOUL & 1MB
ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS AND TnE PCB
LIC that they have established thomselves as APOTHE
OARIES and DRUGGISTS at the NORTH .VEST COR
NER OF KING AND MARK ST STRE?TS. Their stock
has been carefully sol?eted by ono of the firm, in per
son, and obtained chiefly from SCniEFFLEN k BROS.,
and Dr. E. R. 8QUIBB. Manufacturer of Specialties.
They offer a choleo variety of PERFUMERY, FANCY
ARTICLES, and FRENCH PROPRIETARY REMEDIES.
Special attention will be paid to the PUTTING UP
OF PRESCRIPTIONS ; efficient clerks having been
-cured ; and one of the firm will always be in attend
auco. DIB RAOUL A LYNAB will also attend to their
professional duties from this Stere. May A
rp -p_r nrp
PHELAN BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1251137, ondiao
Corner of Market street)
ABE NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ARE FUR
PHELAN & COLLEGER'S
UNDER THE SUPERINTEDENCE OF
MR. II. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MR. PBEIAN'3 ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YORK.
H. P. BINNS 8s CO.,
May9 lmo PROPRIETOR?.
Gentlemen of Charleston ann" Vicinity,
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO TNYORM THEM
that thev havo Ina?- the s*6 ?nd floor o| Ihe bulJfl
ingon the CORNER OF MARKET, AND KING 8TREET?*
(known M the Adgor bulldlnii), wher.i they haye fitted
np, In every particular, ? Arat-its BILLIARD HALL,
-tnpiialug Eleven. Tables, from the uanufact.ry of
Messrs. Havana <h A Dt ck er.
Thoao wish Jil? to pasa a pleasant evening In tho enjoy
ment of thia ??mo, ?annot but help to find thla the cool
cat and txHt adapted room In tho City. '
A private 8AMPLE BOOMI? attached, stocked-with
th? f-eat Importation?, '
. GenUameu aro Invited to OS* ?nd inspect for them
.?Ive*. __ '. ',
LORING & TURNER.
(SUCCESSOR TO HORSEY, AUSTEN fe CO.,)
[ATS AND STRIW GOODS,
"Wholesale and Retail,
STo. 25 l-IA-YNE-ST.,
( MARLESTON, S. C.
_.A_>__S-' A.TSI_> TvII-SEtB'
.EASIDES, HOODS, &c, &c, &c.
GENT'S AND BOY'S
iUR, WOOL UND STRIW HITS.
a "Sea Sides !" A
__T -$1._ O.
WHERE WILL ALSO BE FOUND
. LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
C. H. JOHNSON.
May 17 thtu NO. 200 KI NO STREET.
MILITARY AND NAVY
OFFICER'S GOLD-BRAIDED FATIGUE SHAPE
OFFICER'S STT.K-ERAIDED FATIOUE SHAPE
MtOLELAND BLUE CLOTH CAPS. AS D COVE?S
NAVY BLUE CLOTH CAPS AND COVERS
REGULATION PINE BLACK F?LT HAT8
TRAVELLING, OPERA, VISITING, AND BUSINESS
STEELE'S HAT HALL,
KING-STREET, OPP081TE SOCIETT-STREET.
May 7 _ mfth3
GOOD NEWS TO ALL!
BEING THE MOTTO OP
D. STRAUS & BROS.
EE8PPCTFULLY WISHES TO ACQUAINT THE
Ladies and Oeutlemen and the public generally that
they have ju?t rt-relved a lar??? assortment of BOOTS
and SUUt-i, which tbey ofTar for sale at low prices, the
stock ci-nsiatl? u p?rily of:
LADIES' EINE LAR1IN? OAITERP: LADIES' FINE
KID GAITEhS LADIEH' FIMI ?.__ UA.TEK8; LA
Dirti' r.SK MOROCCO GAITE>8*. LADIES' FINE
MOROCCO BALMO<A'>: LvMKS' FINE KID BAL*
MORAL?*; LADIES' IT\. LASTING BALMORALS;
LADIES' UNE CALF RALMORALS. Also, a large as
sortment of Ladies' 81ipp?-rs ??f all qualities; Children's
Shoes in quantities and varietleR; Gentlemen's very fine
French Calf t-kin Boots. Gaiters, Shoe?, Pumps. Oxford
Ties. Brogans an i Slippers; Boys' Boots and Shoes in
great variety. Elderly ladies wishing to comfort them
selves can do so by calling to D. STRAUS k BROS', and
nllde on a par of Low Quarter Clotb Shoes, at No 111
King street, between ChtXord and Queen streets.
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest oor. King & Wentworth sts.
108 IN BORIN'f.T L-.CE
RIC a A H uso s 'ti LisrNS
iiHIlt? INtis. btiht liranils
SHEhllNut* ali widths
B?BAOlfliU LINEN DRILLS
BROWN k PLAID LINEN Dr.lXL8
CLOTHS. CA88IMERE, &C.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts..
8-4 BLACK GRENADINE
8-4 BLACK CRAPE MARETZ, for Shawls.
A LA VILLE Dil PARIS,
_sTo. "291, ?
Southwest cor. King _ Wentworth sts.
SPUING M SUMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
the publlo that he Is receiving s lull assortmnnt of
CLOTHS, OA838IMERES, COAT1NG8 AND VESTING8
of the best foreign and domeatlo manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Bummer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low Agu? cn, persons wishing anything in my Uno
will und It to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the mott rijH-rieneed workmen, and am prepared to
make them np in the very beat style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand, No. 32 Broad-street
March SO_J. 8. PHILLIPS.
LADIES' FANCY BILK, LACE AND ILLUSION
LADIE8' AND MI88E8'
SKA-SIDE . . . . . .
AND ALEXANDRIA HATS.
AND LAG HORN BRAIDS,
Also, o Choice assortment of Br. ETIESNE and BASLE
Btl'-BONS. Nos. 4 to 100. in tin?. LATUST PARI?
STYLES. A f?ll assortment of ENGLISH ?CORD EDGE
PLAIN BONNET RIBBONS, in all the desirable shades,
?j ??F^'JWOW -OP^?NGr, ?-'.".'. .
aind to whloh the attention of customers la lnvllcd.. ;*'
April 19 Ino HO. 42J KING STREET.