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LAR?EST (ZR?miTlON IS THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?W-TliBJ L?I8T OF LBTTKRS re
in ?liiinsr. In the Postolfloe at the end
of each wael* l8 puhlishetl oil lo i ?Hy
in. TJrlaffi DAILY NHW8 every Fri
General CABY, of temperance notorioty, was lec
turing io Chicago at last accounts.
Only ten dollars for a ?lrat-class cabin passage
from Savannah to New York. Freight on a bar
rel of flour fifty cents.
The New York Polico Commissioners have
changed the police standard of height from five
feet eight inches to five feet Bevon inches. No
person will bo taken, however, who does not weigh
Tho wicked editor of the Springfield Republican
finys thie : " Garters with diamond buckles are
worn with the new hoops in Paris. It is impossi
ble not to seo that they aro not introduced here
A correspondent of the Memphis Appeal has
visited I su AM H A unis at Carlotta, ia Mexico. The
Governor was found there under a cluster of
mango tr"ea in company with Goneral STERLING
PRICE. The company eat upon chairs n?do by the
General's own bands.
The Prince Imperial of France recently furnish
ed a ekotch (or scrawl) of a Iluto player for the
illubtrnted Parisian papor Le Evenmenl. The sale
of tbo journal was enormous. What has become
of the imperial diapers? Something hsndsomo
'might be mado oat of them.
The FeinandlnaiKFla.) Courier, of the 16tb,
?aye : Mr. BEN. C. TRUMAN, who ha? been ap
pointed by the President a Special Commissioner
to visit Florida and investigate the sales of land?,
?te , here ander tho Direct Tax Law, r.rtivod by
the steamer on Sanday evening.
A cane of prompt justice occurred in Chicago
on Friday. A thief stole a gun, was soon after
trreeted, bad hin preliminary examination, was
taken before the Grand Jury, indicted, tried, con
victed, and sentenced to three years ia the Peni
tentiary, before three o'clock, P. M.
TJndotorrod by ao many previous failures to
cross the boisterous Atlantic in a jelly boat, ano
ther candidate for fool-hardy nautical honors,
named JOHN M. HonsoN, announces his determi
nation of trying to accomplish ti- feat with a
boat twenty-six feot long and six feet wide. His
?raft ia a metallic life-boat, full ship-rigged.
Attorney-General-GILL,?of Wisconsin, has de
cided that a man who was elected Town Clerk and
Justice of the Peace in the town of Bed Uiver,
Kowanoo county, cannot hold those offices, "hav
ing served as a volunteer ia the late Confederate
army, thereby forfeiting all political rights under
the United States Government.''"
The murder of Mr. LINCOLN has been dramatiz
ed and performed at Mnlhanson. The piece ia
entitled 'Lo Vio Mort de'Abraham Lincoln," and
ia divided into seven tableaux. In tho fourth act
Mr. JEFFERSON DA VIM appears upon tho scone, and
gives it as his opinion as long as LINCOLN is per
mitted to live the cause of tho 8outh is lost, and
exclaims, " Who will got rid of this man for us ?"
.'I," replies bia futuro murderer.
A St. Louis dispatch, of tbo 11th, says : The
Badicale are much elated by the meeting last
night, nominally held to celebrate the capturo of
Camp Jackson, but really to endorso Congress
agaitiet President JOHNSON. Mr. DRAKE stated
that three regiments of loyal men can be armed
ia three hours, to enforce the Registry Law
against rob?is or anybody else. GovernorFLETCH
XR avowed his resolve to oxecuto the law at any
It will doubtless be gratifying to our roaders to
know that the freedmen of South Carolina receive
more attention at tho bands of the benevolent
? institutions of the North, than tbo-.i; of any other
State. There are 120 schools for colored peoplo
in operation ia our State; Virginia having the
next largest number, 101. The villago HAHPDENS,
mute MILTONS, and guiltless CBOMWELLB, must
henceforth bo looked for in the colored semina
1 JAMES STEPHENS received an enthusiastic ova
tion from the Fenian Brotherhood at Jones' Wood,
Ne v York, on Tuesday. About aix thousand were
present, but nono of the ROBERTS men were in at
tend aoce. STEPHENS made a forcible address,
giving the history of the Fenian movomont. Ho
eaid he had received but little money from this
country, . and the heart-burnings and soaodals
hore were euch as could only be compensated by
Irish liberation. J
A correspondent writing to tho Baltimore Sun,
from Lynchburg, says : "Now the nogroes are be
seeching their former masters to tako them back,
and wherever the master or mistress can be as
sured that they will be 8tvf?i in doing BO by tho
riogroes remaining faithful, and can And any use
for them at all, thoy are taken in, clothod and fed,
. greatly to the relief of the half-Btarved freedmen.
But thousands are still without homes where thoy
axe deemed untrustworthy."
Among the many collections of flowers whi.b
were eent to the Bichmm.d Blues, on last Thurs
day, was a wreath which attracted considerable
attention ?a coming from Mrs. Judith O. Judah
(colored). It was accompanied by tho following
feeling and pathetic letter :
RICHMOND, Va., May 10,18C6.
Captain C. P. Rigger:
Mut-I send yon my willing contribution of flow
era ft?1 an offering to the gallaut>l?ad of tho Itich
mond Light Infantry Blues, of which my husbant
was once musician-, and who fell in the service. J
hope thoy all Bleei? nweetly ''across the river undci
tho ?hade of treos," t ? rise again at another trum
, pet, as lovely and fresh as theso flowers, to Hour
Teh forever in the mansions of tho blessed.
- . Ever gratefully rememboring tho BIUOB to mt
I remain, respectfully,
," JUDITH C. JUDAn.
The power claimed by tho groat Gie Compan;
of London to acquire land and erect new works it
the vicinity of inhabited neighborhoods, has bcoi
discussed and definitely decided by the Lorde
Committee of Parliament, of which Lord LLAN
OVER was chairman. A formidable array of conn
eel, headed by Mr. DENISON, Q. O., supported tin
' ?clkftliutf of tbo companies, which were opposod b;
all the parochial ventriea of Ibo metropolis, anti
other partiee. Lord LLANOVER, in pronouncing
the uuMiiruouii decision of tho committee, ?aid the
bill aeked for poworB to purchaso indefinitely, by
agreement, one hundred acres of land, with
out epecifying in what particular locality. Ho
had acted IIB chairman of committees ot this na
ture for iii?ny years, but ho could not recollect, an
instanco in which such extraordinary powers had
been given to a company. If such a power were
grantt ti, lout! might bo acquired in Grosvenor
t'qusrc of Belgravia, and gas works erected there
on. The unauiniouB decision of tho committee
waa that no such power should bo given to any
Tho Boston Morning Post gives a long anti very
interesting account of the career of a young Ame
rican ewell and swindler, whoso alleged name is
MAHCUS CICERO STANLEY, and who daims to be a
brother of Mr. STANM-.Y, member or Congress from
North Carolina. STANLEY ?B only about twenty-two
yeara of age, and carried things with a high hand
for over a year-frequenting the best society in
London and Paris. Ho was on tho evo of ninrry
iug a very beautiful and wealthy young Jowess,
when his run of luck failed bim. Ho was taken
up for stealing apme threo guineas 'roui a friend's
pockets; ni J on trial was convicted of the crime,
and sentenced to "be imprisoned aud kept at bacci
labor for six months in the houso of correction,
six weekB of the time in solitary confino-out.'
Through the kindness of Americans, who know
STANLEY, ho had tho beat counsel to defend him.
ttw AU communications intended for publication in
this Journal must be addressed to tiie Editor of
the Baily News, No. l8 Hayrs-street, Chareston,
fit. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
advertisements outside of the city mutt be accompa
nied with the cash.
0 H A RLESTON.
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 18CG.
THE OEIiMAN MUDDLE.
The papers have beoR filled now for months
with wara and rumora o? wara in Germany,
Austria nnd Prussia, Bavaria and Saxony.
NAPOLEON and VICTOR EMANUEL have been
bandied about by telegraph operators,' till the
plain unlearned-in-German reader is at his
wits' end, ia Inn vaia attempt to fathom the
complicated questions of German geography,
Schleswig-Holstein Buceession and nation
ality, to say nothing of the difficulties ho
must needs encounter in his effort to master
the collateral questions of the llbenish pro
vinces, Venetia, the Danubian Principalities,
Roman influence, Foninnism, and a dozen
others,-all entering aa factora in this great
The Atlas gives him but little assistance,
for, if he succcods ia locating Austria and
Prussia, he will be almost certain to break
down in his Q*-?flavor to ascertain what con
wtitutcB Germany. Books of history and geo
graphy will afford him little or no light, for
this same German Confederation or Diet ia
something sui generis; a myth-exista only in
the abstract, llen?e, it is so difficult, not to
say impossible, to offer anything like a luoid
explanation to one not to the manor-born.
Nothing will serve us better as an illustra
tion of what we have remarked, than 'the
first volume of the Life of FREDERICK THE
GREAT, by THOMAS CARLYLE, wherein he
industriously sits to work to meet this desi
deratum, and tell tho world what is meant by
Prussia. Ile gives an epitome of her territo
rial and dvnastio history, and we venture to
say, not one person in a hundred will read
the Baid first volume faithfully through, or if
they do, thoy will probably be none the wiser
Your ordinary man of business has not
time for such historical, genealogical refine
ments, and rather than break his head pour
ing over great dusty tomes-and his jaws, in
the effort of pronouncing the cacophonous
teutonic nomenclature-he gives up tho vain
and unpromising pursuit in despair, and rests
content to road the laconic telegrams, indif
ferent whether ho understands thom or not.
We have spoken sevoral times before on
this great pending question, and from time to
time commented on r.he new developments.
We have givon it as our opinion from the
first, that there would be no war, and that the
quarrel would be amicably adjusted. Thus
far we have been oorreot. Our correspondents
it is true, now inform us, that notwithstand
ing the mutual protestations of the two great
German Powers, of desiring nothing but
peaoe, that the one will disarm, if tho other
will, and that both desire nothing BO muohas
a United Germany-yet, after ali these assur*
anoes, the threatened attitude continues.
Italy has lately come on tho stago as one
of the chief actors in the drama-has a large
massed force on the bor der; Austria ia thus
seriously threatened on the north Bide" by
rapaoioua BISMARK, with hundreds of thou
sands of well disciplined troops, ready to
pounce upon any weak or exposed placo.
On the south, the Italian ' brigand waits for
something to turn up. They are both willing
to wound, but afraid to etriko. It is said
they are afraid of the great and silent French
Emperor, who aits at his tv hie and oasts his
eaglo eyo ovor the political ohosa board. He
has aa yet made no movo, but ia supposed to
be engaged studying combinations, and when
the game is ready to open, ho will ehow hie
mastery by mating hi8 adversary in a few
Count BISMARK has plivyod a deoidodlv
bold gamo, and boon oloarly defeatod. What
ever turn events may take, his career is run.
Ile haiunado too many and too aerioua blun
ders in his calculations; and will soarcely be
ablo to hoodwink his King or people anj
longor. The papers nay ho is going to Erna
a fashionablo watering place to mere evcrj
day people, but exile and Coventry to tbt
all powerful minietor.
Germany ia full of enthusiasm just now
from the Rhine to the Vistula, and from tb?
Bailie and tho North Sea to tho Alps and th<
Adriatic. The prospoct of national unity
so long the youug poet'? and patriot's dream
-?B ono very tempting to tbo more generous
heartQfi spiritfl of tho nation. To bo suro,
Iii P.M ARK'S project of adjusting the difficulties
by a Parlinmeot, to bo elected by universal
tuffrnge, is not vory feasible Still thoro is a
prospect of a Parliament, and thoy accept
even that as a good omen.
Wo havo ceased to conjecturo what will bo
the denouement of this interesting drama.
Tbero ?B nothing for us at this distance of
time and placo but to calmly and pationtly
await the developments that must ensue.
THE BOMBARDMENT OF VALPARISO.
If it were right for Commodoro Bodger? to pro
pose intervention lo the British Admiral for the
protection of neutrals at Valparaiso, it could Dot
havo been f.ir wrong to havo dono so "on his
own hook." It woul.l havo been a strain upon
International Law, but one in regard .? which his
and other Governments would nave boen chari
tablo in their constructions. If Admiral Farragut
had been there with tho "dear old Hartford," wo
opine thoro would have boon "firiug on both
sides," na Sickles used to say in his show bills.
Wo infer sr? much from a conversation we heard
between Admiral F-trragut and tho Russian Ad
miral who winter--?! hero with his fleet in 1863.
Admiral F. waR ?.nmplaining of tho American offi
cer who did n.ji >*ai>lure a Confederate steamer in
a neutral port. "Why, would you not have doue
it ?" ankuri the Russian. "Yea, sir," replied the
Americtn. "But," said tho Russian, "your Clov
ermn'.-iit would havo brokon you." "Of course it
would," replied Admiral F., "Rut wouldn't I have
The Russian Admiral laughingly; inquired,
"Whero did you study your international I tw ?"
"At Valparaiso, in 1814," repltod Admiral Farra
gut, "where a superior British force, in violation
of neutral]' laws, captured tho United States
friRato E :??.-> ex ; and the British commander was
right.foi YO had nearly destroyed British commerce
In thf1 i'ari?c Oconn, and if ho lot us escape, wo
sho'tld have finished what waa left." "Thero aro
emergencies," said the Admiral, "when officers
must act uuder a higher.law." T. W.
Tho above is from tho New York Times,
and is, wo suppose.-from tbo ponof THURLOW
WEED. Tho following clovor commouts.upon
it are from our able contemporary, tho ?Mo
bile Advertiser :
" II is of a picco with tho commenta of the
Northern press on the conduct of Commodoro
RODGERS during tho recent bombardment of Val
paraiso, calculated to cducato (ho public mind to
sensational methods of viewing and treating ?tho
gravest questions of international law ?nd tho
high obligations of international duty. Tho story
told of Admiral FARHAO?T may moko him popular
before the sensational multitude as a mighty,
dashing, and plucky officer, but it certainly shows
that he is not fit to command an American ficet
at a long distunco from his Government, and in
circumstance? requiring judgment, discretion and
knowledge. A fleet commander on foreign ?ta
lions often occupiee a position of the highest re
sponsibility. Ho is, for tho time, the embodiment
of his Oovernm?nt, represents its honor and it?
interests, and often has tho issues of peace oi
war in his hands. Ho should not only bo an able
naval commander, but be au fait in the knowl
edge and duties of a publicist and diplomatist. He
must bo sa careful to guard the honor of hit
Government in the faithful performant o of all ite
duties of iuteruationality, and ia all that respecte
the rights of other nations, as ho ia quick to strike
in defence of those of bia own.
"Imagine a high public functionary like this
aelf-poieed in the dignity and responsibility of hie
position, advising the capture of ahostilo "steam
er in a neutral pott," ohuokling at the idea of vio
lating the rights of neutrality, and boing broker
for it, on the ground "that bo would have hac
her." Ia other words, the end would have Jasti
fled the moana, and the fruits of prize would havi
boen ample compensation for the crinao againsl
tho rights of a friendly neutral power. Our late
war has made our pooplo too prone to take auch
lessons as these and to accept success at tht
hands of brilliant dash in lieu of tho solid advan
tages of National faith and honor. Who suppose!
that Admiral FABRAOUT would have appreciate?:
his own joke had the British and French fleets at
tempted to play it on bim when ho waa off No?
Orleans, Mobile, or Charleston, at a very rocen'
date. The Spaniards tired shell and shot at Val
para?so, for two hours aud fifty minutes, aftei
offering reasonable terms of a final peace, whicl
wero rejected by tho Chilians, and then givon foui
days' notico to removo women, children and neu
trals. Charleston endured a more murderous fir?
from fleets and swamp-angel batteries fur large.?
overa year. And if wo romember well, Genera
DEAOREOABD complained at the timo that tho fin
was opened without notice. In the first caso tin
United States Commodore who failed lo go to wai
and intervono in this Spanish and Chilian qu irre
id too slow for the sensational publicists. But ju
fancy England and Franco protesting agaiujt tin
barbarous and protracted bombardment o
Charleston 1 Admiral FABBAOUT would have boei
the first to drop his jokes, the first to unlearn tht
international law taught him at Valparaiso in 1814
and the first to tura to the books oa the laws o
Nations to prove that France and Eogland had a?
manner of business with the quarrel, and no righ
to iotorfere with it. As it ia a bad rule that won'
work both ways, the safest method ia to adhert
to established principles of international right
and obligations in all cases. Old commanders
like Admiral FARR AO?T, ought not to bo made ti
talk liko boys, and otter lawless sentiments whieh
on board of a well-disciplined ship, would brin?
down rebuke on the most crack-brained midship
WK NOTICE, in our Congressional newe
that THADDEUS STEVENS, the leader of th
Republican party, its foremost representative
man, and the exponent of its best intelligence
got up ia the House of Representatives on th
8th and said he Was credibly informed that
-with freo labor, Cotton oould be produued fo
one cent a pound I
Would it not be baso flattery to call thi
man an aas ?
a ? ? ? ?? ?
THE Baltimore Commercial says the pla
submitted by the Reconstruction Commute
seems moro fatal to tbo permanent peace (
the country, to the substantial soourity an
> prosperity, than any other almost that ooul
' have been dovised.
Carlyle vs. Bright.
Tho last number the London "Punch" nae fe
ita loading illustration a picturo of THOS. CARLYL
' and Joux BBIOUT. Tho former, staid and grave, t
? he might havo looked when delivering his lat
i speech at Edinburgh. BnioaT, haranguing a vu
? jrar, gaping crowd of up ultra Liberate, goatict
lating vehemently with clinched flat.
The Legend ia "Wisdom and Wind-bag."
CABLYLE-"For if a good ?peaker-au oloquor
! spoakc-r-is not epoatiiog iho truth, ia there
more horrid kind of object ia creation ?" (Lou
? BRIOHT-"Tho Houso of Commons ia little bel
ter than a sham and a farce. ^Parliament is neve
hearty iu any good work. It hated the Befori
;. BUI; it bated the repeal of the Corn Laws; it hate
i this Franchlac BUL" ?'?
WANTED.- -A CARRIAGE WOOD WORK
Eil ti ? go a abort distance In tbo country. Apply
at No. CO Eui Bay. 4* May l8
WAIVXKI?, A HKALTIIY WKT NDRSB,
one without a child preferred. Apply at No. 47
lI/ANTKD-TWO OR THREE HOUSE
TT Servo nie-white or colored. Apply to No. 7
Gcorgo-streot. 3 Moy l8
WANTED- A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK.
Also, ou?? to Wash and Iron Cor a small family
must como well recommciiaod. None otlior ueed.upply,
st No. 2H0 Meeting-street, near ColumIniB-sticet.
May l8 3*
WANTED, r.0,000 AGENTS, TO R"VO-?GE
lu u light, wscfiil and ??ermanrnt employment.
BUHI-ASS ?ntln-'y new. Noj?nvelry or agency humbug.
S'M) ti $1500 I'EIt MONTH UUAHANTEfcD. Every
person, molo and lomillo, having a fow hourn dally to
?paro Hh'iulil a? nd for particular?.
Address, \kith stamp. O. W. JACKSON ** CO .
Post?nico Box No. 1318, Dolliuioro, Md.
May l8 _lmo
WANTED, A WHITE FEMALE SER
VANT, to cook and wash for a email family. Ap
ply at NEXT DOOR TO ENOINE HOUSE, on Anson,
n*"r Laurons street^_3_May 17
AY O U IV G MAtV, WHO THOROUGHLY
tinders-lids the Beiall Grocery Business, wanted.
Address A. S. T., Box No. 1, Post?nico, with roi.roncos
and salary required. 3*_May 17
WANTED, A COLORED GIRL., TO 911*40
a child. Apply at No. 28 hEID STREET.
-VTUKSE WANTED-WHITE OR COLOR
_N ED-capable of taking charge of children, and to
A capable COOK. Apply at OTTOLENGUI'S, Ilasol
streut, thrco doora east of Anson. May 14
A GENTLEMAN. FORMERLY AN OF
FICER of the Quarter-aster's Department, U. 8.
A., thoroughly ncrjualulod with the routino of tbo vari
ous Di'inu t-euts at Washington, offers his services in
the adjustment of cairns against tbo Government.
Government Becurlt-a oi all kinds bought and Bold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATHEWE8/
May 3 lmo No. 31 y Broad-street.
TO RENT, &o.
TO RENT, IN BROAD-STREET, A NEAT
COTTAGE, Biigtahie for a small family*- furnlRhcd
or unfurnished. Rent moderate. Apply at this Office.
May IO .
TO RUNT-THE UPPEIt PART OF THE
MOOSE No. 47 Society etroet, containing Ave rooms
with ki'clion-suitable for one family.
At the same placo a small lut of ll.-iSned NEATH FOOT
OIL<or Bale_2*_-May l8
TO RENT. Till?.- - PLEASANT BOOU
in the house, and two m tlio kitchen, at No. 102 St.
TO RENT, A STORK ON VENDUE RANQE.V
I Apply to GEO. HUNEKEN.
Moy 16_Ko. l8 Vendue Range.
TO RENT.-THE DESIRABLE STORE
No. 157 Meeting-street, opposite Charlo?-n Hotel.
Apply on tbo premises. April l8
TO LET, THE UPPf-R PART OF HOUSE
No 30 East Bay, near Vandprhorst'? Wharf, con
stating of two Lofts, oui-bio for ofllcos. Inquire at No.
?75 Ktng-ftreoL_tb8r_3-_May 17
TO BENT-THAT DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE, N". 106 BKOAD STREET, north ?Ide.
between King And Meeting, containing five upright
rooms and two finished attica
Apply to LOWNDES A- GRIMBALL,
May 17 tilB2 Law Raoge, Broad street.
RESIDENCE In Limehmiso ?treet. Tbo lions?.
oontains six upright rooms and two attica, with gas and
gas fixtures, water-w? rka complete, with shower and
plunge baths, and wat? r closet?. On the premises is a
fino kitchen, billiard room, carriage house and Btaul*s,
and all necossary outbuildings, ana a fine flower garden
In good cultivation. This la one of llio most del ghtful
rcatdeno- a In the city.
For terms and further particulars, apply to
COHEN, UANUKEL & CO.,
No. 40 East Bay, corner Boyeo ti Co.'a Wharf.
Hay 17 3
LOST, STOLEN, _o.
LOST-IF THE GKNTLEMAN WHO, BY
mistake or otherwise, took a BLACK FELT HAT,
wita L. U. U. marke 1 lnatde, from the hat-rack at the
Mill? Hoi'Se, on last evening, will return It t J the Book
keeper, no quoittona will bo aakod. 8 May 19
LOST, ON THE AFTERNOON OF THE
17th lost, a Bugirr Side Curtain. The tindee wilt
confer a favor by leaving the same at Pavilion Hotel
Stables, Meeting-street. 1* May 19
LOST, A VERY S II \ I.I? BLACK. AND TAN
TERRIER DOG. Hada fancy Morocco collar witt
bra H padlock about her neck. $16 reward will be paid
for h-r return to E BATEd, No. 33 Hasel street.
May 17 8*
LOST, A MALACCA CANE, lVO?Y II EAD.
GOLD HAND, market "Ca t. V. R. limit from
Wm. Beiden." A liberal reward will be putt If deliver?
do at my office, No. 43 East Bay. D. It. HUNT.
Miy IS Captain and Depot Quarlermantcr.
REWARD.-STOLEN FROM MY
labio on Oakley Plantation, 26 miles from
on too Northo-tern Railroad, on ihn night
ol the 13th. a SMALL BLACK HORSI* MCLE, vflth Ja
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is unod and
paces. I- lfty dollars rew rd will bo paid foi- the sppre
heualon of the Male and the thief, or half of tin? anionnt
for tbo return of tho Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
I O ST. WHILE RIDING FROM TIIK
j Mills House ti? the Arsenal and hank, a email GOLD
WATCH enamelled, with Chain and Locket attai-hcd.
Any person finding the taino and returning It hi the
ofllce of tbo Milla House will be ?lb?.-rally rewarded.
I ?"til-a ?ALE, THREE PINE YOUNG MULES,
; well broke; work doublo or tingle.
Some No. 1 SADDLE HORSES. Apply at MILLS
HOD8E RTABLE8, Ohalm*-rn-atr-t. 3_ May 17
HOUSE AND LOT-AT PRIVATE SALE,
a HOUSE ANO LOT in lower part of the city,
convenient to East Bay, containing 4 rooms and pantry.
On the premiaeB Is a i, ice now c1 ?tern, with a handsome
garden attached, measuring in front 40 feet, and in
depth 120 feet Terma accommodating App'y to
May 12 e tut hfl No. 130 Heating street
FOR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND ??PE in good order.
Fonta-of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22'.x27 Inches; bed,
20 >4i3l), luches.
WORBELHAND PRESS-Platen. 22x23 inches; bed,
3! "?xssj? inches.
'WA-HINGTON HA"SD PRESS-Platen, 2.-?x28'
ino]-?; bed, 22x30 inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22,^x28 inches; bod, 20*4
x3l y inches. .
RUGGLKS' JOB PRESS- Standing Sheet Press.
Addrota W. D, MAXWELL, Wilmington. Del.
Or j. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8_At this Office.
l-ELOT at SUEHPESKE-S
MA80NI0 HALL, CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH
STREETS, CHABLA8TON, B O.
WILL BE OPENED ON MONDA Y EVENING
NEXT, THE 21STINXT.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS.DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the style of PJtLOT A
SHERKErtKE. for the purpose of conducting a FIRST
OLASt* COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, and respectfully so
licit the patronage of their feUow-cltlzens. The ra o o
charges and termal aro made to tuIt the exergenclea o
Ponnmant-lp. 24 Usions for-$12.
Arl thru clio, with Ah blevlRtodCoimnorcl.il Calculations,
Double-Entry Book-Keeplog, complete course, tim?
unlimited, and sucoess goaraiiteed-?Sfl.
Pupils will be practiced in every concetvablo at* le o:
BuulrTrsB Form?, and will receive the same practical In
ftrnctlons ihat they would acquire "'any active bus!
Maimed Confederate soldiers w io are ia Indigent ctr
eumstances will be taught ?.ratultortsly.
?vening? for lnatructlona every Monday, Wedneeda*
and friday evenings; commencing at 8 o'clock.
Day Sch lara will be Instructed iron? 0 o'olock A, M
until 12 o'clock M.
Merchants, TradMvnen, and olhrr books oponed,
written up. and balanced with dhpatch, on raodtrati
torn-. _. 8Tr*PH_N R. PEI.OT.
May 17th, 1800 LOUIS SUERFESEB.
May 17 . 4
1 COPARTN Eil SHIP ?.OTU*-.
r*T_E ?NDKRHION?D HATE THIS DAY FOBMEC
JL a Oopartuerahip under the atyle of B. W. GALE A
CO., for oondnotlng the Carrrlago Business, and a Gen
eral Oommisti?n and Auction Basin?**, at the oit
Carriage Stand of B. W. Gal?, Ho?. 46 and 48 Wentworth
?tr-t. a W. GALE,
______ .. OBO. O. ROBINSON.
Oharteaton May .*, 18-W, iuthsfl - May IS
CUAJKIsBSTON H. <V V. CO., Ko 1.
A SPECIAL MEET1NO OF TUE COMPANY, FOB
the consideration of ur?cnt bui?tn?i>?. will ha held
on Monday, ?1st lu?!., at 8 o'clock, P. M., nt No. 300
By order. J03EPH HILTON.
May 10_ a Secretary.
IIOl'K PIIIK I.tVtJIM: VO0IIMNY.
VTTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
rottl Company, to bo brid at Um Engine Uuueii,
in Archdalo fltreot, This f vening, ht H o'clock. Punctual
attendauco of member? I? rcij.u-i.ti-d, uH busiueca of Im
portance will bo submitted.
By order. 1)E LA MOTT A CANTER,
May iv i Heeretary II. F. E. CO.
pllIVATK. I>?>AItl>|[V<J-MKS. HE?VltY S.
JL Grat BOD. No. 7C Broad Street, two (2) door? went
of fliiiid House. Permanent and Transient J!jan).ra
occemmodatod. BW?* May 19
li KIMO VAL.
P. H. KEOLEK,
BROKER AND COLLECTION AGENT,
WILL REMOVE TO THE OBFICE No. 10 BROAD
STREET, on tho 19th, where ho will bo pleated
to Borve his Irlcnds and the public.
May l8 9
DU. W. H. BAILEY,
OFFICE NO. 34 WENTWORTH-HTREET.
Rcsldouco No. 93 TRADD-BTREET.
May 17 tlistuO?
DR. All DOL, WTO N .ilICHKb, .
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 37 TRADDSTREET,
BETWEEN MEETING AND CUCRCH-STnEETa.
R. MICHEL MAY DE CONSULTED FROM 7 TO 9
A. M., 1 to 4 and 8 to 9 P. M.
April 28 Mtnti, K1
$4,500! $4,500! $4 500!
TO INVE8T IN GOOD PEK80NAL BONDS, SECURED
by mortgago of Real EsUto. Apply to
COHEN, HANCKEL fc ?"'O.,
May 10 Corner Boyco's Wharf and East I<ny.
$10,000 TO $?2S?0&
FQR SALE FOR CASH ONLY, A dOOD PAYING
Business In Charleston. Est?bil? lied nino month?.
Good reasons furnished for wishing to mil.
For particu.are address
J. T,. R.,
May 3 Lock Box, No. 109. Charleston.
BOUGHT BY P. H. KEGLER,
Corner King and nusol-Btroot?.
Fob mary 14
as. ?s.a.uaa.J??asas?asa.B^y-r-^as^^-^aaa^aaa?sajri..a?'i gkaaajaaaag n.n? mt
.JO BE RAFFLED FOR, AS BOON AS CHANCES
are taken, tim ELEGANT ESTABLISHMENT of a
gentleman about going North for Uto Bummer, consist
ing of a very ?upcrlor young, fast BLACK HORBE,
LIGHT WAGON, HARNESS, BLANKET8, WHIP, Ao.
The Hor?e U uusuruasscd in the city for style, and tho
wbolo ia a nio?t complete "TURN-OUT." List? to be
seen at tho Mill? House, Pavilion Hotel, Phelan Billiard
Rooms, corner Market and Meeting Btreeta; Lorlng and
Turner's Charleston Billiard Hall, corner Market and
King streets ; John Met f?, State street ; LonlsKenake'?,
King streut. 3 May 19
BY REQUEST, THE HANDSOME SET OF COTTAGE
FURNITURE will be raffled on Saturday Evening, 19th
ln?t, at 8 o'clock. Chancen $1. *
BURKE k BOINE8T,
May 17 3* Meetlug-atroot, next Milla House.
TWO FINE LITTLE STEAMERS.
ariociUMiKS-sas r??it CHANCE.
THE HIGHEST THROW TAKES THE CHOICE ;
the lowest tho remaining oue of the Steamers.
LIST OPEN at ERASER'S WHABF. May li
OPEN FOR PERMANENT. DAY, OR TRANSIENT
ICK-CIlElM S\I.t>o\ ATTACHED.
I?W TERMS REASONABLE.
May 19 MDMI:. T. if. BUTJES, ProprlotreB?.
F. 0PDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTfX IA NOW OPENED ON' THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has bcon remodelled m d refurnished
throughout. The travelling public, trannleot rlsitors, or
??th. i -s. w11'. Bnd lu li nil ti e luxuries ot a rlIWI -OLABB
EB? ADI.lsUMK.ST, combined wltb the tomfurts of
The location Is one o tho mont airy, and pleasant for
Biimmiir. A Billiard Snlom for the. lovers of this
healthful exercise Is attached. No pains or expense
spared to give ontire satisfaction.
May li F. OPDEBEECK.
THE WAPPOO MILLS (FORMERLY THE PROPER.
TY of Mr J. II. STEINMEYKB), have been thor
oughly ovarfcanlrd and are now in full operation.- I am
??renard! to rut Yellow and 1 Itch Pio? Lumber of au;
ength and eva*, at el nrte.t notice, from a larga and well
selec ed stock-. At low tide thtro ia 13 feet of water at
my Whin], an 1 . iupatch eau ba uuarantot-d to ve??el?.
Any orders entrusted to ma will be carefully executed
under my pononal supervision.
May IS Into-. JOHN G THUR8TON.
SHOES &_ BOOTS.
KESPECTFUIaLY INF0BM8 HIS FR1HND8 AND
the community that he has opened a branch oi
business In the building corner of King and Market
et ree ty, known as Adger'a l.'lg Store, Whero ho has on
liaLda large a'sortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS ?t redncod
price?._tuthagmoB ._April 10
Wa F. BUSSELL & CO.,
ISTo. IO Hay ne street 3
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE BUILDERS
of Charleston, and other? who may bo In want ol
BUILDINU'MATKRIAL, that wohavoperfected arrange
ments whereby we aro entbled to fill all order* for
Rl.GULArtORODD SIZE WORK WITH DISPATCH,
and at LOW RA'T E8. All work delivered ?rom our ee
tabllebruent will hn of the ?arno character ia Unit manu
factured by na in this city lor tho la*t fifteen year?.
CARPENTERS AND RU1LDERS.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
" TONG' ED AND GROOVED.?at ?e?en dollars per
thousand. Sur?aclni? np to twenty Inches wide, st six
dol'nr? per thousand Timber dressai up to twciaty
1 ache? ?(ina- c, up to thirty -five loot long, at reasonable
prices. H?ulluff nom any ?art ot tho cl-y to nir Work
nil? pi at one ?Villar fifty sod two dollars per fiousan-'.
Pei?on?ordeiin(? Lumber by Ra:lroad H ill ?ave haul
ing, ?? it can be delivered at our Work ?liopti.
WHARTON & PETSCH,
CAR WORK3 AMD PLANING MILLS,
Corn, r Liue-sta-ott and Railroad Avenue.
Agenta for tho ?ale of GEO. G. \0 ?DELL'S celobraUd
BAlLitOAD WHEELS, and H. lC McComb'a Patent
t rotohod, Patent Rlvotod Oak Tanned Leather Baiting?
Maye ' -- ....?. . . ii . tnthsa
ten tfditii 3 u ii ii t a d " ? rt) ii 1 (,
irirb ant SDiontna ten 21. Wal), l?tim perrit .'?inila*?
(**iain<?! Carm) niftt_lltCR. tit Mint? vc''am.iuln fit?
Pt? BJorcjcn?? pr?'i?? 7 Uhr, I'ci $>CITH # eli ni.I nu, in 'Ultt?
tina ?Strofee pfjciiilqcr ten Ollarcl.
_*tc frtlhcvcn ".'cprcr, "herinnen, nut __ul?r, (Inb
frcuiiMidift cincelntcn Limn Ihci-iiiichmcn.
mab IB_I_ Too <**oinitfe.
?Vfiiiafl: OTtuutan, bru 91. Wini,
**^ (_rtilufl cicfrr _aiii*ii.)
*4) r o a r a III III.
Scr ?jcni'iiufdHiic ?prill?.
Sttn-iiitd in 3 .InfUlacn fen 3. fen %Hc\}.
?i r i II \ IP ?If o a it a,
Sctr b e n SL* a I V c T s- Slatocilitr tcS 'prir.'tti.
?tt ?cUotil, )
?)cr a c be i mc Scctrcliir, > rci? '".?rinjcti.
3*cr .((.liiimcrticiicr, J
Zweiter j Valci te? primen.
? r a u ill o ?3 I, cinc arme _d>urtcr?*.rittu*r.
SO i I li e I III, ihr ?2o*m, _rt*ufter.
C t< ti) e n, ec?loi"i>cnealtct3tetl)tct.
@ r ? Ti n 31 c r ii a II, 1
._> r a ft ii Vt e u b o i f, / ?>o'?5??mcn
i?cftatncn. Vii tai cn it. f. ip.
_*ic .?iarttluna. ?victt in einer Or?njftaM.
Der **l I r r n II t r i n e r
Aorporal litifffc in -rcol-eii.
?enrebilb in einem Stufjugc, mit ?clait?.
<*5 u (I d) c ii i?> ? m jp c 1, cine SEU?icbcrin.
Cri e r r i di, 2D i I *> c I m" <*J il ff I e, tin .?Terrara*
im Olcaiincnt ?l i ? r a n b c r, auS Berlin.
SMc ?Scene fyiclt |n 'Drc?Jtcii.
Stillt ?-rfilliffc Tan*.
SI II f a ii n Ullnatlid- ?3 Uhr.
_tr*%*riutrittofartcn fine bri aUcii OTit.-liccrrn l*C*>
3*crcitio nui* oin llbciit? au ter Ili.irt- ju erhalten.
? ;? u r 51 c n iii t u u ii.
lint ten Rrcunben te<* Hierein?" (ycltncubeit }u peben,
t-iiTtt* bit -?oit.itc jjcit tea Sommer?? ivtiiigficnS cinc jtlt=
irtilcgc ISrljPliina ?ii hnbtn, hat cciiclbine bcfcblr?'cn ?jin?
fort, alie 11 ?aflc, bid juin 20ictctatifan? 'einer rcgclmiv
Rig 9lbciir-:Untcrbiiltun*jCn, in ber 2iiritl?.itlc cine gcfcl?ige
llntcrbaltuii* ebne laiit ftott'inrcn ?ii taff-, 1er _in?
tritt ift ititcnte*cl.li- unb jeteo '"iit?ilieb '?cveifctiat, einigt
"vreitiirc cinjiifilbrcn. O". 71- 3Jofllcr.
SHat) li) 1 i)t I g i M c u r.
(SUCCESSOR TO HORSEY, AUSTEN k CO.,)
MTS AND STRiW GOODS,
Wholesale andr Retail,
No. 25 HA-YNE-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LADIES' __Sr_*i _?_ ISQ-BtS?
SEASIDES, HOODS, &c, &c, &c.
GENT'S AND BOY'S
FUR, WOOL MO STRAW HITS.
May 17 _ that
? "Sea Sides!"*
WHERE WILL ALSO BE FOUND
A LARGE AND COMI-ETE ASSORTMENT OF
MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
C. H. JOHNSON,
May 17 thBtt.3 KO. 2CO KtNO STREET.
..LlblES" I LEASE CALL AND EXAMINE AX
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King _ Wentworth sts.
M?y 3 _ Imo
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwoat cor. Bong & Wentworth sts.
May 3_ lmo
108 IN. ROBINET LACE
BlOd A ?UKI) VH LINENS
BBIRTINOS, best brands
BilEHTINrtS. all widths
BLEACHl-> LINEN DRILI
BROWN A PLAID LINEN DRILL B
OLOTH8, OASSI-EBB, Ac.
ALA VILLE DE PARIS?
Southwoat cor. King (" Wentworth ste.
MBS. S. J. COTfHETT,
F--SHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLI.VEBY GOODS,
NO. 2?3 ?_NO-ST., OPP. BASEL. CHARLESTON, 8. a,
(Op H tal ra.)
Country orders Ulled with neatnosB and dispatch.
April 8_tilths 2mcr
PGLOT & SHBRF1ISRB,
BOOKS AND ACCOUNTS.
OORNER OP KISG AND WENT.VORTH-8TS.,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING DP AND
BALANCING I1O01?8; will eng?*?? to conduct tho
Rook? of Itctnl'er?, Tnul/gmoD, and otbors t>y the -ook,
mon?b or year, on moderate terms. Will a!so attend to
Collections of every kind.
Sliu'o Eiitrv Books transferred to Double Entry with.
ont Hie ted'oiiB process of tranalerrInK and the expenso
of new Books. All business confident!-.
Beat eily reforen.es g1.on.
rVJEPIEN E. PEI/YT.
May 17 A LOOIS SHKBFE.sEE.
rE SUB^OIBEB H AVINO RETURNED TO LOT
City, will oontraot for all kinds o? JJOIJUK-B?TLD?
IRQ AND REPAIRING. W. II. GRDVER,
No. 144 Wentworth -street,
Or at DAW?-i ft B?AOXHAK'S, HO. IT Uroad-strooL