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Cll?-ESTON BAILY NEWS,
O. B. CATHCART, EDI*OK.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
?DAlLY-TWtLVB M JNTH8.~~..M\O.OQ.
DAILY -KV .1 KB MONTHS.???O
SINGLE COPIES.B cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent*
LAKtfEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
mW THE. HiIST O?"1 LKTTKB8 re
mai-in_ ly, the 1?osto?-oe at the end
?ot enoh week in p-Olis-e_ offioially
in THE DALL. Y NKWS every ?*ri
The indictmont against JEFF. DAVIS, which we
publish in full thi8 morning, containa but ono
gonoral specification, which ia to the effect that
he conapired with others on tho 15th day of Juno,
1864, by forco of arms, to overthrow the Govern
ment of tho United States. The bill ia signed by
_. A. Cn ?.NI-.ER, United States Attorney for the
District of Virginia. Cbiei Justice CHASE has sig
nified his intention to presido at tho trial, pro
vided tho Proeidont will isBue a proclamation ab
rogating martial law in the district during the
progresa of the trial.
There are fifteen activo companies in Califor
nia, with a capital of $50,000,000.
MACE and Goss, prize-figliterB, have arranged a
match Tor ?200 in England.
The pa pera aay that several cargoes of negroes
arrived in Cuba lately.
A brother and sister of THOMAS CARLYLE are
living in Canada.
Ex-Senator D. L. Yoi-E has boon elected Presi
dent of tim Florida Railroad.
Count FERDINAND DE LASTIGUE, a grandson of
LAFAYETTE, is now in Washington.
Last week Philadephia exported 185,128 gallons
Seventeen rolorod regiments were mustered ont
at Nashville on April 26th.
Rations for the first quarter of this year, were
distributed in Arkansas to 23?,063 whites and
JOHN LUTO II ES is in fine health and spirits
?gain; Extra BILLY SMITH has retired to his farm
near Warrenton, Va.
Ure. JEFT. DAVIS has been to Norfolk io get
?grootries, ?Vc, to keep houso at the fort, and tho
people showered upon her preaonts of all kinds,
and sent her the choicest bouquets.
The property in South Carolina, it is reported,
which was $400,000,000 in 1860, is reduced to $50,
?1300,000. Causon, emancipation of slaves and the
havocs of war.
SANTA ANNA, the Mexican patriot, is' described
as a fine looking gentleman, 68 years of age,
with dark brown hair, and apparently enjoying
the best of health.
The Nowburyport (Mass.) Herald a ay s that JNO.
G. WHITTTER, the Quaker poet, will certainly suc
ceed Mr. ALLEY in Congress, unlosa be absolutely
refasos the use of his name.
Ex-Vico-Preaident STEPHENS is eypected back at
Washington next week to counsel with his friends
upon the reconstruction policy of the President,
and tl>o political course of the Demooratic party,
to which he is now said to be devotedly attached.
GEORGE WARD, the oldest Odd Fellow in the
world, died recently at Preston, England. He
waa bom in 1789, and Joined tho order of Odd Fel
lows in 1815. Ho was one of those who signed
the first ''dispensation" which came to America.
The cholera has passed from the Duoby of Lux
embourg into Holland. Lotters from the Hague
mention that it has broken out in eeveral Dutch
Towns, and at Rotterdam and Delishaven espe
cially. In the former place seven cases occurred
on the first day, four ot which terminated fatally.
The Senate has postponed the consideration of
the nomination of General S. F. CARY as Collector
of the Second District of Ohio, upon tho request
of many of the leading merchants of Cincinnati,
who wish [to be hoard on the subject before final
action is taken.
THADDEOS STEVENS is a queer old chap; he calls
his Radical friends in the S-.nato "self-righteouB
Republicans," and ohnrgey Mr. SUMNER with
being a consummate pedant, a vain and weary
philologist; a vandal in grammar, and a des eera t
or of LINDLAY MURRAY; a pompous and exagge
rated egotist, and so forth.
Mrs. Tuon. CARLYLE, whose sudden demise wo
have already mentioned, was buried at Hadding
ton, her native place, on the 25th. Ia accordance
with the Scottish praotice no service was read,
hut Mr. Oi_L?-s threw a handful of oarth on the
coffin after it had been deposited in the grave.
Mr. TRUMAN, in his late report on the presont
condition of the Southern States, oays: "It is
my belief that the South-the great substantial
and prevailing element-is moro loyal now than it
was at the end of the war; more loyal to-day than
yesterday, and that it will be more loyal to-mor
row than to day."
The cattle plague is sensibly declining, and the
sensation it has produced in the Provinces con
sequently subsiding. It seoms to have been the
most terrible in its ravages in the County of
Cheshire, on the Western coast. The farmers in
that county have lost, it is estimated, some 65,000
head of cattle, valued at ?900,000. Groat efforts
have bcon constantly made to relieve tho plague,
although thore is much complaint of the want of
Parliamentary legislation on the subject.
The l'iitt-rnal Revenue Rureau, acting under the
general law, requires all citizens of the South to
render income- returns for the year l8-, as well as
for 1855. Homo of tho rebel officers residing in
Alexandria, Va., are startled by the calls of the
assessors upon them to furnish the required state
ments, and are surprised that the rations received
by them in tho Confederate army aro estimated at
forty cents per day. One of them expressed his
roadioees to pay his taxe? in Confederate money,
but this was declined.
The Salisbury (N. O.) North State says: "We
learn that a riot took placo at Morganton a few
days ago, wbloh resultod in the United States
regular troops stationed there driving corno re
turned negro soldiers from tho town. The nog
roes went off with Goneral bTONEUAN at the timo
of his raid to Western North Carolina, and joined
the Federal army, it seems, have boon mustered
out of eervioe reoehtly, and have just roturned to
their old homes with lofty notions of their rights.
They showed some inaolenco, it is said, at other
places, but at Morgauton ii was resented by tho
soldiers, wtio drovo the negroes off."
The Woman's Bight? Convention, held i te annual
mooting in New York on ThurBdav last. Oharac
terietio speeches woro mado by Mrs. STANTON,
LUOBETIA MOTT, Rev. HKNBT WARD BEECHER,
TUBODOIIK TILTON and others. Mrs. STANTON in
sisted that women should havo tho right to tho
ballot, as well as black men, and be oligiblo to the
lightor doBcriptions of work, which woro now
monopolized by mon. Sho ought also to ho
oligiblo to tho loarnod professions, anti might oven
go to Congress. Mr. TILTON likowiao ndvocated
womou'a righte to tho eleotivo franchiso, and so
did Mr. BEECHER, each in hie peculiar etylo.
A Paris lotlor, Bpeaking of tim drainn, tolls tho
following Btory of a now play, of a decidedly sen
sational character : "A now drama, ontitlod'Tho
Lifo and Death of AIIIIAIIAM LINCOLN,' Ima just
been pAduced at the Mulhouso theatre. Tho
author, Monsieur REDDEN, ukotclica tho martyr
Prosidoot'a bumble career in tho Unit act, and hi?
barrister'.? experience in the second. lu tho third
act Mr. LINCOLN ie at tho Whito House, and
BOOTH is a suitor for the hand of his nioco, but,
being rofused, becomes bi8 mortal cuomy. The
last Bcono depiota tho Frcuuloiit in his box at
Ford's tboatro, witnessing tho tragody of * King
Lear,' a pistol shot is heard, thou sic semper
tyrannis,' BOOTH jumps on the stage," etc.
The great families of England, says a corres
pondent, on the reform question, give much op
portunity for gossip in tho ton. Earl FITZWILLIAM,
for instance, ia the House of Lords, is an earnest
advooato oi liberal reform, while his hopeful son
in the Commons goes ovor to tho opposition. The
Westminster family are aleo said to bo at variance,
Earl GBOSVENOB having gono directly contrary to
tho traditional opinions of his family. Lord DDN
KELi.iN, the BOD :.nd heir of tho eminent reformer,
the Marque?" uf CLANMCARDE, has spoken against
the bill, mr ~la to tho amazomeut and, it is said,
angry iuhcation of bia noble fatbor. It is doubt
ful, too, whether tho Duke of DEVONSHIRE is will
ing to endorso his son, tho Marquis of HARTING
TON, in his radical stand in favor of extended
suffrago. An ill-natured rumor has it that the
O'DoNouortuE, who was up to a lato day an oppo
nent of the moasuro, has boen induced to give in
his adhosion lo it by tbo offer of au impur tint
?MT A-1 communications intended for publication in
this Journal must be addressed to the Editor o)
the Haily Netas, No. l8 Hayr<e- street, Charleston,
8. C. business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
. ? ?
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY l8, 1866.
Time was when vaccination was considered
an invention of the evil one. It was tempt
ing Providonco to insure against small pox.
The UB9 of lightning rods waa pronounced a
heresy that could not be compounded for.
Fire insurance in that day was looked at only
as a temptation to the house burner. Bat the
introduction of umbrellas, ooonn steamers,
coal gas, chloroform, and improved machine
ry of every kind, wae opposed in precisely
the same manner, and by the same staunch
Bat in all these and a thousand other in
stances of the same nature, Truth has event
ually triumphed; and Superstition with her
multifarious subterfugea been swept away
with the dingy cobwebs of the ages. Insur
ance of every description has bad to contend
with theeo obstacles. Ignorance blindly op
poses the new ; superstition finds arguments.
Thus in the matter of Life Insurance, there
are persons still at this day, and in this en
lightened country, who object to insure their
lives, because,-they think it is speculating
upon death-and that the wioked insurer
must therefore meet with an untimely end.
This may sound very absurd to some persons
and there are perhaps comparatively few
with sufficient candor to express such fear,
however many may hold the theory in their
The arguments in favor of Life Insurance
are so numerous and so self-evident, that we
soarooly know where to begin. There are
few principles so widely acknowledged as
this, that it is the duty of a man to provide
for his family. It ia one of the instincts of
our common nature. And while life lasts,
the husband and father plods and toils, to
supply present wants, and provide for future
contingencies. This la6t mentioned endeavor
is still further fostered by the almost univer
sal desire in the human breast, to accumulate
property. But an all-wiso Providence has
decreed, that riohes are the lot of but com
paratively few. The vast majority only "live
from hand to mouth." And when life's fitful
dream is over, and they are called awry from
thoBO they love, their lost hours not uufre
qaently are much disquieted by thoughts of
the destitute condition in which they are
compelled to loave the objects of their affec
To meet casca suoh as these, wiso and be
nevolent men, many years ago, devised means,
whereby a man oould secure a comfortable
independence to his family after his death,
by annually paying a small premium. This
ia a much suror method of accomplishing the
end than would be a mere Savings Bank ; in
the latter you can withdraw your savings at
any time, or you oan cease to deposit ; while
in a life insurance company, the contract de
mando that your premium be paid annually ;
and nothing oan be withdrawn until at your
death thoso for whoso benefit the insuranoe ]
was tiffeotod rocoivo the sum stipulated. This
premium, with au effort, almost every man
can manage to pay, and thus seoure not only
this sum, above the accidents of temptation,
failure in business, and various other contin
gencies,-bnt he invests it in the most profit
able mannor, where it will yield the largest
return. This we will not now stop to elabo
rate. This duty performed, a man may say :
"Non otnnis mortar," in a sense ne?er con
templated by IIoRAfg.
Insurance of every other kind is more open
to objoction than this. Fires may or may hot
ooour, it is e matter of chanco ; so with ma
rine and other disasters, for which insurance
may be effected. If a man oalonlates on his
look, as we know some men do, why, he may
chooso to risk it. But in the subject of life
insurance, this is quito othorwieo ; hero death
ta one of the parties to tbo contvoot, and the
event upon which the contract is based, is
Bare and cortain. The ineluc labile fatum must
overtako UB all. Thero is. not the slightest
danger thoroforo of yoi?,?; paying your per
nanum, und your heirs not coming in atsonio
time for the amount 'joutraoted.
But tbo poet say j; ??AH men think all men
mortal but therjBclvos." We havo kuvwn
men who could not bo inducod to purchase a
lot in tho ceiTjetory, becauso tho thought of
"tho last of earth" was unpleasant. It is
woll known that many persons neglect mut
ing a wi.'il for tho sanio roason. The duty jp
readily acknowledged, but procrastination g
called in to relievo the poor man of tho un
comfortable state of feeling, producod by bo
iag reminded of these very impolite subjects.
And thus vory ofton a man with the best in
tentions in the world fails of making duo
provision for his family. Arguments avail
not against this apathy, for it is neither justi
fied nor defended. It is only by frequent re
currence to the subject, that a lasting im
pression can be expected to be made.
Wo of the South have perhaps been lees in
the habit of making such investments than
any other people of tho same status of civili
zation. And there wero many reasons for it.
But now these reasons no longer oxist. Many
of us havo been entirely stripped of our
worldly possessions. We have nothing left
but brawny muscles and willing hearts. It
becomes as, therefore, to look about us, and
seo where we can make tho most sure and
profitable invostmont of tho scanty, hard
snved yearly earnings, with a view how best
to provide for our families, after our domiec.
THE SMALL POX HOSPITAL.
Wo paid n visit, a few dayB ago, to the
aforenamed civic institution, situate on the
outskirts of the city, on what is known an.
the Schutzenplatz; and as it is not likely that
many of our readers will shortly go and see
this establishment for themselves, we thought
a brief account of its operations may not
prove uninteresting at this time.
Dr. S. C. BEOWN, one of the City Physi
oians, took charge of the "Pest Ilouse," (is
the place ia very often called,) on tho first day
of January. There was at that time but very
scanty accommodation for patients, and com
plaints were loud and frequent As we did
not examine the Hospital at that time, we, of
course, cannot say whether these complaints
were just or not But soon after Dr. PKI.ZEK
took oharge of the Health Department of
the oity, there was an entire change in the
management of the placo. By the arrange
ment made between the Mayor, on the one
part, and Surgeon DKWITT, on the other, the
United States Government furnishes rations,
medicines and hospital stores for this institu
tion. The energetio physician in oharge
visited the place daily, and saw to the com
fort of his patients, and so successful has this
exemplary administration proved in the re
sults of the hospital practice, that it must re
flect the highest oredit on the physician who
was instrumental in introducing such a laud
The grounds and buildings are admirably
adapted for the purpose, and are by no means
as muoh damaged as we were led to suppose
by a report on the subject, recently laid be
fore City Council. The main building has
two floors,-the upper one a ball room once,
ia now a largo ward, filled with rows of bed
steads, covered with comfortable bedding.
There is another ward down stairs, where the
nine-pin alley gives proof of the changed deeti
ny of the place. A well arranged dispensary,
under the charge of the -Steward, Mr. REIO,
is in an adjoining room, where our old friend,
Mr. KAMLAII, used to dispense his more palu
table physio. The rooms aro kopt c1 eau, and
well ventilated; and while it is, of course,
not a desirable fate for the Schutzenplatz to
serve as Small Pox Hospita), it is unquestion
ably the best locality in and about Charles
ton that oould have been procured.
It ia pretty generally known, we presume,
that there has been a good deal of small pox
here during the past six months. The disease,
however, has abated very considerably, and
there are very few new oases now ooourring,
and, in the course of another month, we
should not be surprised to leam that the lost
patient had boen dismissed from the Schutzen
platz, and that Dr. PELZER had olosed |its
Before proceeding to the statistics we must
remind our readers that the oases treated in
this Hospital, with very few exceptions, have
been paupers,-a large majority of them
homeless colored refugees, whose constitution
was muoh impaired by want and hardships
in its varied forms. That the mortality, under
these circumstances, should have been so
Blight, is no small oredit to the surgeon.in
The number treated in this Hospital, from
January 1, 18C6, to May 1, 1866, ia 522;
deaths 119. Of these cases 251 are marked
"mild," [whiob, from the absence of all dis
tinctions in the report between variola and
varioloid, may be considered to embrace the
milder types of both,] and 271 cases are
. Dr. BROWN'S observations on tho virtue of
vaccination as a prophylaotio are interesting,'
and will doubtless prove startling to many.
Of 256 patients known to have boen success
fully vaccinated prior to the attack, 21 died
(over 8 per cent.) There were 194 oases
known not to have been successfully vaccinat
ed prior to the attack. . Of these 72 died (37
There are many more pointe of -ntarest in
viting notice, but we have perhaps already
trespassod too muoh upon the patienoe of our
unprofessional readora, and will therefore
ttmolude for this time.
-ttfA?Tl-?.--A CARRIAGE WOOD WORK
VT itII to KO ? short dlatance in tho country. Apply
at Jo. ?0 East Bay._i*_"?* >8
ASTKD, A HEALTHY WET NUK8E,
. one without a child preferred. Apply at No. 47
Clatlotto-Htreet. 6*_May l8
.J/ANTKD-TWO on THUKK HOUSE
Vf Servants-white or colored. Apply to Ho 7
0come Btreot._8_May l8
SERVANT WOMAN WANTEO.-.-A COLORED
Hervant to attend In a small household-one wlth
<ut children preferred. Apply al east corner of South
Day and Legaro streets fia3_May l8
WANTKD-A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK.
Also, on* to Wash and Iron for n Biuall family
muet come well recommended. None other iiei>ilanpply,
at No. 280 MectlDg-strcfct, neor Culutnbus-stitet.
WANTED, SO.OOII AGENT.?, TO KNOAOE
lu a light, useful and lorniamnt employment.
DuBlnoiis mtlrely now. No Jewelry or ng?iicy humbug.
$..01) tj $fi?J0 PEK MONTH OUARANTEtD. Every
person, male and foraalo, having a few hours dally to
sparo. should si-nd for particulars.
Address, with atanup. O. W. J ?.CK80N & CO .
PoBtofflco Box No. 1348, Baltlmoro, Ma.
W ANTEO, A WHITE FER?ALE SER
VANT, to cook and wash for a small family. Ap
ply at NEXT DOOK TO ENGINE HOUBE, on Anson,
\ uear Laurens Urcct._3_May 17
i YOUNG MAN, WHO THORUUGIILY
A. understands the Petali Grocery Business, wanted.
Ajtdregs A. 8. T., Box No. 1, PoBtofBce, with references
a]d Balary required._3*_May 17
FANTK1>, TWO FIRST-RATE "WHITE
SERVANTS, to attend upon a small family in
Hi mmorville, 8. C. Ono to mind a child-the otlior to
oolc, wash, and do general housework. Apply at the
C-co of tho Routh Carolina Railroad, Jolm-streot.
May 17 2*
II'ANTKI), A COLORED GIRL, TO MIND
VV a child. Apply at No. 38 h KID STREET.
NURSE WANTED-WHITE OR COLOR.
ED-capable of taking charge of children, and to
A capah'e COOK. Apply at OTrOLENGUI'S, Hasel
street, threo doors eaBt of Anson._May 14
* GENTLEMAN, FORMERLY AN OF
__ FIOEK of the Quartermaster's Department, U. 8.
A., thoroughly acquainted with tho routine of the vari
ous Departments nt Washington, offers his eorvlces in
tho adjustment of c nimi against the Government.
Government Securities ol all kinds bought and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATHEWfc.9,
MayS lmo No. Sil y Broad-Btroct.
TO RENT, &o.
TO RENT_THE UPPER PART OF THE
HOCHE No. 4 7 Society Rtrei-r, containing five rooms
with kl'cbcn-suitable for one family.
At tho same place a small lot of Refined NEATS FOOT
OIL t?r sale_a*_May 1?
TO RENT, THREE PLEAMART ROOMS
In thohou8C, and two in tho kltchon, at No. 102 Ht.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE BRICK
BOOSE, containing H rooms, large piazza, with or
without 4 or 6 kitchen rooms; good cistern water,
!??rge yatd and garden attached, at No. 118 King, be
tween Queen and Broad streets. Inquire within.
FINE LOCATION FOR A BOARDING
HOUSE OR 8CUOOLTO RENT.-That large and
el-Kant RE8IDENCE and extensive LOT, GARDEN, Ac.,
at the northwest corner of Meeting and George streets.
Auply to CLIFFORD ? MATHEWES,
May 14_mwf8_No. 31K Broad afreet
TO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFUL. RESI
DENCE, corner East Bay and Inspection atre*t; 8
aqnire rooms, dressing room and pantry, 3 basement
rooms, ampi? accommodation., for s?rvante, carriage
hoiine and stable, with very large lot
May 4_fmw PINOKNEY BBQ8.
TO RENT, A LARGE AND ELEGANT
BUTTE OF ROOMS, in the lower part of the City,
consisting of four rooms and pantry; also fine kitchen,
8tore-room, wood-house, elstern, ko. Apply at No. 123
East Bay._8_May 16
STABLE AND CARRIAGE HOUSE TO
rent AIBO a large and airy Chamber. Apply at
8ont.hu-t comer of Pitt and Calhoun streets.
May 16 3*
O RENT, A STORE ON VENDUE RANGE.
Apply to GEO. HDNEKEN.
May IS_No. l8 Vendne Range.
ritO RKNT.-THU OBSIRADLE ?TORE
X r No. 157 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tbe premises. _ April l8
TO LET, THE UPP-R PART OF HOUSE
No. 30 East Bay, near Vandsrhorst's Wharf, con
sisting of two Lofts, suitable for offices. Inquire, at No.
275 KingUreet._tbsm3*_May 17
TO RENT, A DELIGHTFUL BRICK.
RESIDENCE In Limebouse street. T'.e house
contains aix upright rooms and two attic?, with gaa and
gas fixtures, water'Wi rka complete, with shower and
plunge baths, and wat- r closets. On the promises is a
Uns kitchen, billiard room, carriage bona* and Btabl-s,
and all necessary outbuildings, and a fine flower gordon
in good cultivation. Tbis is one of the most del ghtfal
resldenc- s in tbe city.
For terms and further particulars, applv to
COHEN, HANCKEL k CO.,
No. 40 East Bay, corner Boyce A Co.'s Wharf.
FOR RENT-A TWO STORV HOUSE,
with 4 square rooms, dressing room and pantry.
Kitchen, carrlugo house, and all nocessary outbuildings
attached. A well of good water, and a vegetable gar
den ot nearly one aero, whlc i promises a plentiful yield ;
also, different klnr>s of fruit fens. The whole situated
lu Main street, in the Improving town of Sommerville,
within ten minutes' walk of the depot. Parties denlrous
to procure a ?comfortable residence out of town, would
do ?-eil to apply immediately to JAMES MoMANUS, No.
681 King-strctt one door from Morris. 3* May 16
L08T, STOLEN, &o.
8TRAYED OR STOLEN, FROM NO. 5
Broad atreet, a small ?AT MAKE, with fcaddle
(McOlellaD), Bridle and Martingale, after dark on the
evening of 16th instant. Any one finding the name will
he rewarded by leaving her at NATIONAL EXPRESS
OFFICE, No. 6 llioad atreet. 1 May Is
LOST, A VERY SM ALL BLACK AND TAN
TERRIER COG. Bad a fanoy Morocco collar wit
brass padlock about ber neck. $10 reward will be paid
for her return to E BATES, No. 33 Haaal atreet
May 17_ 8?
LOST, A MALACCA CANE, IVO H Y HEAD.
GOLD BAND, market "Ca, t, D. B. Hunt from
Wm. Holden." A liberal reward will be paid if dellver
de at my office, No. 43 East Bay. D. R. HUNT,
May 15 Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
r/\ REWARD-STOLEN FROM MY
ttJ\J atable on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
dharleaton, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 18th, a BUALL BLACK HORSE MOLE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule la * hod and
Eocea. Fifty dollars rew.rd win be paid for the appre
enalon of the Mole and the thief, or half of the amount
for the return of tho 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 tho same and returning it to the
o-ne of tho Milla House will be liberally rewarded.
PELOT ?* BHERKESEE-S
C O M M E II O I A Ii SCHOOL,
MASONIC HALL, CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH
STREETS, OHARLASTON, 8. 0.
WILL RE OPENED ON MONDA Y EVENING
NEXT, THE 21Sr INST.
THE UNDER3IONED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the stylo of PELOT k
8HERFESKE, for the purpose of conducting a FIR8T
OLASS COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, and respectfully so
licit the pstronags of their fellow-citizens. The ra e of
chargea and terms are made to ault the exergenclea of
Pennmanahlp, 54 lessons for-$13.
Arithmetic with Abbreviated Commercial Calculations,
Double-Entry Book-Keeplng, complete course, time
unlimited, and success guaranteed- $85.
Pupils will be practiced la every conceivable attie of
Business Forms, snd will reoelve the sam? prootl?-al In
structions that ttiey would acqulro In any active busi
Maimed Confederate soldiers who are in indigent cir
cumstances will be taught gratuitously.
> vening? for lin trustions every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday evonlnga; commencing at 8 o'clock.
Day Scholara win bo l is true ted from 9 o'clock A. li.
until 1? o'clock M.
. Merqbams, Tradesmen, and olh-r booka opened,
wrlttou up. and balanced with dWpatch, on moderate
terms. STKPHcN K PE.OT.
May 17th, 1360. _uUI8 aBERFESEB,
MADAM HUMMEL RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNOKii
to her Manda, and the public generally, that ?he
has returned to the city, and will resume the duties o
her profession as teacher of the PIANO FORTE. Wl \
also give lessons In OBRMAN and FRENCH. Apply a
ZOOBAUM, YOUNO * 00.'3 Muslo Store No. 181 King
ZKRimisAllKL. CIIAPTF.U KO. 11. It. A. HI.
A ??KOULAK CONVOCATION OF THI8 CHAPTER
will bo held This Evening, til ii o'clock.
Candidatos for It. A. Degree ?ill pleaao to punctual.
By order M. E. H. P. 1 May l8
i'ii(i;.vix te mu: KSK?SH COIUPANV.
ATTEND 'JHF REGULAR MEETING OK YOUR
Company, This Evening, at Masonic Hal), at half
past 7 u'elock i?reclscl).
By omer. J. P. at. nASELL,
May l8 1 Secretary P P. E. Company.
IPASTMETT?I FIHK KNOINK COMP\,vv7"
ATTKND AN EXTRA MEETING OP YOUK COM
PANY, This Evening, at 8 o'clock.
By order of President MILI.KII.
G. R. DUNN,
May l8 1 8ocr?'t*ry P. F. E. Company.
r . II. KEGLER,
BROKER AND COLLECTION AGENT,
WILL REMOVE TO THE OPFICE No. 10 BROAD
STREET, on tho i;>tii, where Ile wlU bo pleased
to serve bis friends and tbo public.
May l8 2
FOR BALK, THAT IIAMBSOMK ANO DE
8IRABLE RESIDENCE of Mrs Charlea narin? at
Flat Rock, N. 0. Fur particular H apply to Mesara. RO
PER k STONEY, Charleston, 8. 0., or to II. T. FAR
MER. Es??., Flat Rock. N O._fuawO May l8
fpWO ARMY WAGONS FOR SALE CHEAP
I to cloao consignment, by F. CONNER k CO., No.
70 Eaat Bay._3_May 17
FOR SAlalfi. LEASE OR RENT, THAT
well known and citabliaboJ HOTEL, in Summer
ville, better known a? "Brown's Hotol." Porterais, ice,
inquire on the premises, wfm April 4
FOR ?ALE, THREE PINE YOUNG MULES,
woll broke; work double or ?ingle.
gomo No. 1 SADDLE HOUSES. Apply at MILLS
HOUSE STABLES. Chalmf rss'roet. 3 May 17
OR SALE.-SECO ?i O HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>,x27 inches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bod,
WASHINGTON HAND PREB8-Platen, 22)ix18}?
locho?; bed, 2JxMC Inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22.\'x28 inches; bed, 26.'4'
RVJOGLEB' JOB PUESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del,
Or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At till? Office.
OU. P. GKHVA1S ROBINSON,
E8IDKN0E AND OFfcTCK .
No. 23 LEGARE-STREET. wfm6* Moy 9
PRIVATE BOARD CAN BE "All ON
REASONABLE TERMS, at No. 40 Vandcrhorst
street. mwf3* May 14
GOOD NEWS TO ALL!
BEING THE MOTTO OP
D. STRAUSS & BROS.
EE8PFCTFULLY WISHES TO ACQUAINT THE
Ladle.? and Gentlemen and the public generally that
they bave Just received a larg'? ats'irtment of BOOTS
and BHoES. which they offer for sale at low prices, the
atock consisting partly of:
LADIES' FINE LASTING GAITERS
LADIES' FINE KID GAITERS
LADIES' FINE 0ALF GAITERS
LADIES' FINE MOROCCO GAITERS
LADIES' FINE MOROCCO BALMORALS
LADIES' FINE KID BALMORALS
LADIES' FINE LASTING BALMORALS
LA PHIS' I INE 0ALP BALMORALS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' 8LIPPER8
of all qualities; Children's SHOES in quantities and va
rieties; Gentlemen's very Une French Calf Skin Boots,
Gaiters, Shoes, Pumps, Oxford Tien, Brogans and Slip
pers; Boys'Boots and Shoes in great variety. Elderly
ladies wishing to comfort themselves can do so by call
ing to .
D. STRAUSS & BROS.,
and slide on a pair oi Low Quarter Cloth Shoe*, at No,
141 KING UTREt T, between Clifford and Queen strostu.
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
DMifiED WELSH FLilELS.
riECF8 FNGLI3H FANCY AND SCOTCH
0 piocea 6-4 Gray Waior.proof Tweeds
12 pieces damaged Welsh Flannels.
For sale low by R. A. PRINGLE,
Market-street, third door east of Meeting-street.
BOOTS ??D SHOES.
I HAVE JUBT RETURNED FHOM THE NORTH
and op-nrd in my new stand, at No. 381 Klngmtreet,
a fine uni large assorted Stock of BOOTS and SHOES,
connu-ting of fine Oent's Hsnd-sewed BOOTS, first
quality ; Uno OXFORD TI EH; fine LOW QUARTER
STRAP rHOES; PUMP-SOLED C0NGRES8 OA1TER8;
WASHINGTON AND OXFORD TIE?!; and a regular aa
aortment of One and coarse LADIES', MISSE?', CHIL
DREN'S and BOY'S 8HOE8-of all .ort? and sizes,
which will be sold at the lowest market price.
NO. 881 KING STREET.
TAB LIVERPOOL lil LONDON
Assetts, $16,000.000 in ?old.
$1,500,000 Invested Io this Country.
THE UBDBR8IGNED l8 PREPARED 70 TAKE
risks in the above Company.
O. T. LOWKDES.
MADAME RUTJ2S RE8PE0TFDLLY INFORMS
her Mends, and the public In general, that she
will open the above Bonne This Day, tbo 10th lust., for
the recaption of PERMANENT, TRANSIENT AND DAY
BOABDER3. oho has spsrod no pains in getting np
everything In style, to sa to render it attractive and
agreeable to nor guest?.
Attached to the building Is a handsome ICE-CREAM
SALOON, fitted np with tasto, where the best of Cakes,
corroo, Chocolate and Cream can at all times be had.
Furnished Rooms for single gentlemen or farr.llles,
with or without Board
Private and Select Parties also supplied with the but
that the market affords._May l8
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTFL 13 NOWOPENEDONTnF.El7ROPE?.N
L PLAN. It ha? been romodt-IIed ard rt-furniahed
throughout. Ino travelling pu "Mo, tranalout visitors, or
oin??, will And in li all ti a linn rip? ht a r- IRST-OLASB
ES1AULISUMEXT, combined with the tom forts of
The location Is one o the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A millard Palor n for tho lovera of this
healthful exercise Is attached. No pains or expenae
snared to give entire satisfaction.
May 13 P. OPDEBEECK.
SOIITIIHRi. DRY GOODS' DOUSE.
No. 268 Kim st., cor. Wenlwortli st.,
UNDER MASONIC HALL.
H AVINO REDUCED THE PRICES OF THEIR EN
TIRE stock of Oooits 25 per cent., would respect
tully invito tin? attention of the public to tliolr Stock,
Full assortment of SILK 8ACQUE8 and BASQUES,
Shawls. Cloaks. Laco Points, Linen and Mohair Travel
ling Dusters and Sacques, Ac, Ac , &c, all of which
wlU bo offered at tho above doauctlon.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY.
Mar 14 mwflmo
Pop LI na
A full assortment of choleo CALICOES at all price?
from iiy to 2S cents, at
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. 2C8 KINO, COR. WENTWORTH STREET,
May 14 inwf mio Under Masonic Hall.
Full assortment of LONOCLOTH8, Irish Linens of
the best brands. Scotch, Russia, and Bird-Eye Diaper,
Tai>le Damast, Doylies, Napkins, Brilliants, Towels,
Brown Linuu, Musquito Nettings, Ac , Ac.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. 268 KING, COR. WENTWORTH 8TRKET,
May 14 mwl lnio Under Masonio Hall.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
Drab uo Ete
Also, a large variety of Glint's Furnishing Goods, con
sisting of Neck Ties, V.siings. Under Vests and Draw
ers, Linen Shirts, ^ollar?, ana < luffs, Ac, ko., at
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. -8 KING. COU. WENTWORTH STREET,
May 14_mwflmo_Under Masonic Hall.
HOSIERY. GLOVES, MITTS. &o.
Full 868ortments of the above Goods, comprising
Ladlee' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves, of tho best makers.
Silk and Lisle Thread Gloves Gauntlets, Ac. Ladies*
Hose of all qualities; Gent's Half Hose, Children's Hose
and Half Hu-, &c, etc., at
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY, *
NO. 268 KING, COR WENTWORTH 8TREET.
May 14 mwf min Under Masonic HaU.
Dress Trimmlugs In great variety
Fancy Dress Buttons
Dressing and Fanoy Comba
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO 268 KING. COR. WENTWORTH STREET,
May 14_mwl lmo_U, der Masonic HaD.
?3 Uri CID ___U ?3 7
HAVING REMOVED THE 8TOOK OF OLOTHING,
SHOES, and HATS from No. 873 King street to
the rear of No. 268 King afreet, under Masonio Hall, the
entire Stock of SHOE", HATS, and CLOTHING will be
disposed of BELOW 0.8T, aa the aubsorlbera wish to
! clore that branch of tbelr bunine,.- Particular atten
tion is called to dealer a and country merchants,
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY,
NO. 268 KING, COB. WENTWORTH STREET,
May 14_mwflmo_Under Masonio HalL
TP TT "F1
Dff Goods' Hens?.
rf_- SUBSCRIBERS TAKE PLEASURE TO INFORM
JL the puhllo that they have marked their stock o?
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS TWRNTT-FTVE P?t
OENT. BELOW THE PRESENT PlUOkB. They are de
termined to meet ihe market, regard teas of coat, and to
keep constantly on band a fresh supply of
The publie wonTd ?to well io examine their a.oca be
tora parch laing elia whare.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKY.
HO. 386 KING, COR. WENTWORTH STREET,
Hay 14 mwflmo Unt-r Mesoaio Hall.