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Q. B. OATHOART, EDI TOS.
CATHCART. McMlLLAN & MORTON,
Mo. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
BIN?LE COPIES.5 cent?
.TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent?
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
KTTHF. LIST OF UaWJLTl'HJRS re
muiniiaK lix trie Poatoflloo at tho end
of ??koli wofalc is p\irjliera.etl oilloinlly
in THE DAILY NHJ^VS every ^ri
Thot Court of Romo stifles a rumor of an at
tempt to poison the Pope.
? ran of 120 miles was recontly made on the
Michigan Central Railroad ia thrco hours and
dipt. J. M. HUDSON, of Philadelphia, intends
croHsing the ocoan in a metallic life-boat, twenty
six feet long and six feet broad.
The great suspension bridge 'ovor tho Miaaia
Bippi at Cincinnati will cost $1,750,000. Thero are
32,000 perches of masonry in the work.
It is thought Toxue will produce tho largest cot
ton orop the coming Boason of any of tbo cotton
growing States, and South Carolina the smallest.
The Boston Pilot says, TUAD. 8TEVENS camparos
-CUAS. SUMWEB to a .' modern catamount." Wo
suppose he considers himself the ancient cata
The samo paper also says that SANTA ANNA
hasn't come here for any political purpose, but to
get hit, wooden leg that BABXUM has been show
lix-Proaidont PIERCE waa confirmed a member
of St. Paul's Epis. Church, by Bishop CHASE, at
Concord, New Hampshiro, ou Sunday of last
A Western uritic, in speaking of a now play,
Bays : "The unities are admirably observed ; the
dullness, which commences in the first act, never
flags for a moment, until the curtain falls."
Cn Saturday last, an elderly man waa found by
the police in Boston, ia an intoxicated condition,
and upon soarchiug him at the station house
$10,959.20 was found ia his pockets.
Bishop ATKINSON, of North Carolina, is going to
Europe. Ilia health is such as to make it desir
able he should suspend his clerical labors alto
The farmers in Upper Georgia and North Ala
bama are plowing up their cotton crops and
planting corn instead. Not moro than one-fourth
of the crop can bo counted on in thoso regions.
Judge OHOMON, of Petersburg, is now residing
io a villa near Liverpool. General BANDOLPH, at
one time Confederate Secretary of War, is living
in the same neighborhood.
General LONOSTBEET, late of the Confederate
army, was recently in San Antonio, Toxna. The
moat remarkable circumstance connected with hie
visit, wau a serenade tendered to him by the band
of the Fourth United StatCB Cavalry.
? facetious correspondent in Italy writes to an
English journal : "It is said that the cause of
GARIBALDI'S sudden llight from Capera, was a
notifieation from Head Centre ?STEPHENS that ho
-was coming to seo the genernl."
The marriage or the Princess HELENA, to
Prince CHBISTIAN will take placo on the 5th of
July, prior to which there trill bo some fostivitiOB;
among other things a grand Stato concert at
Buckingham Palace, and a (?rand State ball.
We loam by recent advices from England that
ia the House of Commons every Catholic member
from Ireland, with one exception, Mr. MCKENNA,
voted with the Liberal party in favor of the Be
lora bill. It is the first time they have votod as
a unit since tho days of O'CONNELL.
The down train Tuesday night from Petersburg
to Norfolk had two cara thrown from the track,
about twelve milos from Norfolk, by an obstinate
bull that triod to butt the engine out of the way.
Tho bull was knocked into a thousand pioces. No
body was hurt. .
The city physicians of Columbus, Ga., report
that on the 4th of April there? were 57 small pox
cases in the hospital; received service, up to May
7th, 31; betweeo those date*, discharged 57, and 6
?lied; on hand May 7th, 25- total number of cases
The Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
of Virginia is holding ita seventy-first annual
meeting at this time in Alexandria. The intro
ductory sermon was preached by Rev. J. H. MOB
BISON, D.D., from Matthew xiii. S3. Bishop JOHNS
presided. General PENDLKTON is present among
The returns of tho cattle plague ia England for
the week ending Saturday, the 21st of April, show
an inorease in the number of new oases as com
pared with the previous weokof2-ll. There are
twenty-two counties in England, Wales and Scot
land entirely free from the disease, and ia forty
nine counties no casoa were reported as occurring
during the week.
NAPOLEON has just conferred the title of Dake
npon the Count COLONNA WALEWBKI. The Second
Empire has thus created seven dukedoms-MALA
XOFF, DE MONTHOBOT (son of Quooa CHRISTINA),
MAOENTA, DK MOBNY, DE PEBSIONY, DE MONTMO
BENDY and DE COLONNA WALI.WSKI. OI this num
ber, two, the dukedoms ol' MALAKOFF and Di
MONTHOBOS, have already h?oome extinct.
Mr. BEECHES remarked the other day at the
Women's Bights Convention in New York, that t
woman who is content to wash stockings and make
johnny oakes and bring up her boys, is an under
- grown woman, and when she comos to heaven she
will spend the first thousand years in gotting te
that state to which abo ought to have attained be
fore she diod.
?Mtyb SMALLEY, in the United States District
Court, now in session at Rochester, N. Y., hai
ordered tho indictment against a party for mak
ing false income returns to be quashed. He holdi
the act of 1862 does not make this an indiotabli
offence. The net of Juno 80,1865, does, however
make tho .iffonco indictable, but all who madt
false roturus prior to that date escapo under tbji
About thrco thousand dollars wero realized lv
the Fou i an demonstration in Jones' Woods o?
Tuesday last. Tho mouoy has beon turned ovo
to Head Centre STEPHENS, who, in turn, will de
p.isit it in bank. It ia reported thal; Major-Gene
ral SANDFOBD has taken the necessary prelimi
jusvry ouii?.i u> bring befora A vOkU'i-wau-t?.vl tu
ofllcoru of the Irish regiment that turned ont re
cently, contrary to his orders.
Tho Maury county (Tenn.) Herald soys:
" Among the farmors in tho city on Monday last,
we wero glad to moot General SWELL, BO
distinguished as a soldior, who is now a resident
of * Old Maury,' and is going largely into stock
farming. The General has a magnificent farm, is
entering upon his now lifo with his acouatomod
energy vid zeal, and wo hopo and predict for bim
groat success. Ho appoars in excellent health
and chcorful spirits."
? Bocioty has boon formed by tho Hobrow ladioB
of Richmond for tho purposo of caring for the
graves of tho Israolitish soldiers of tho Confede
rate army who have bcon inferred in their como
tory on Shockoo Hill. Tins Bocioty will not como
in conilict with the others already formed, but is
mcroly intended for tho docoaaod of their own
persuasion, while they have all joined in tho gene
ral associations for Hollywood and Oakwood, re
A Juondon paper says: *'In a largo glass case,
standing in one of the uppor chambors of our
National Museum, is to be Boon the skeleton, de
cently uncaged in its original burial clothes, of one
PHABAOH MYKBIUNUB, and surrounded by frag
ments of tho coffin, whereon tho name of its oc
cupant can bo easily road by the Egyptologists of
tbo present day; affording thereby conolusivo evi
dence that it once contained tho mummy of a
King who waa reigning in Egypt moro thau a cen
tury before tho time of An H A it AM."
An old New Yorkor, now living at Little Rock,
Arkansas, in a lotter to tho World says : "Sub
agenoicB of tho Froodmon's Bureau aro consid
ered worth moro than tho President's salary. But
few, if any, of the planters can get hands unless
they subsidizo the Government, ngcnta iu some
way-either as silent partner, or a per ccntago on
the profits of the crop. * * * Some agents aro
reported to bo interested in five to twenty cotton
There is somo alarm in England at tho probablo
exhaustion of ils coal-fiolda. Tho Pall Mall Ga
zette observes that, "by inovitablo inforenco, the
exhaustion of our coal-fields must involve the
collapso of our manufacturing and commercial
supremacy, and theroforo of our national pros
perity; and by an equally inevitable inference such
o-chaustion must oneuo, and enano ero long, if our
present increasing ratio of consumption be con
The Berlin correspondent of tho London Times
says that some priosts of the Greek Church aro to
be Btationed in Now York at tho expeueo of the
government of Russia, to moot tho wants of many
Russian subjects whom business or pleasure
brings to this part. A church edifice is about to
bo built, at a cost of $20,000, of which ono-tenth is
raised by private subscription, and the rest ia to
be paid by the Russian government, partly, it is
arvid, for the purposo of showing that thero is a
religious life in tho Russian Church.
The New york Evening Post, somo timo since,
published an affidavit of one W. N. Nash, contest
ing the truth of Gen. HAUPTON'S statements in the
letter read by REVEBDY JOHNSON in the Senat?.
It now appears that tina Nash ia a negro, who waa
formerly a slave. The Evening Post suppressed
these facts in giving publicity to the affidavit, and
evidenced by that very suppression a conscious
ness that the testimony of a blaok would have no
weight against the assertions of a gentleman BO
well and so honorably known as WADE HAMPTON,
of South Carolina. The General speaks of mat
ters of whioh ho certainly knows mofo than any
other living person. He has already invited and
challenged a fair and honorable investigation of
the bnrning of Columbia, ti. 0., and it is vain to
attempt to convict him upon tho Btatoment of a
??OT AU oommunioatlons intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. l8 Hayne-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.
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TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1866.
Tho lady members of TRINITY Methodist
Church in this city havo beeu vory busy dur
ing the paBt few wooka, plying the needle
with their nimble fingers, and manufacturing
all kinds of curious fancy work. They and
their friends have engaged heartily in this
labor of love, and we have no doubt that
their efforts will be crowned with merited
The Methodists have never heretofore had
a Fair ia this city, and would not now resort
to this means of procuring aid, if times were
more prosperous, or if their members had
suffered leas by the disasters incidont to the
late war. It is well known that the Trinity
Church building was shelled for many months,
and severely injured; that the furniture of
all kinds, gas fixtures iuoludod, was stolen,
and that consequently a large outlay of mo
ney was necessary to put the church into
thorough repair. This work has been dime,
but is not yet paid for, and it is to meet this
claim that the lady members of the congre
gation have nobly come forward, and con
tributed of their Bubstaace.
We understand there will bo many rare
and curious things on exhibition at tho Fair,
and we know that it will repay all our read
ers to visit Hibernian Hall, and take a survey
of the Fair and its treasures. We hope, there
. fore, that they will all go ; open thoir hearts
- and their puroo-stringe, and take ample etook
1 in this exoellent ohari table enterprise.
The Fair is to commenoo on Wednesday
,. night; and we feel assured it will be ooe oi
, tho most successful ever held in this oity.
I THE GROWING COTTON CROP.
> If we toooi ve as truth half tho reports thal
" roach us io regard to the growing Cot tor
crop, the prospect must be regarded as de
j oidedly unfavorable. In many eeotions oi
. this State, as well as throughout the South
s orn Atlantic Slates, tho seed sown has provoc
3 worthless or nearly so ; and on the lowei
' Mississippi much injury has resulted fron
9 high water. The difficulties, as a general
thing,* in securing regular labor, has causee
Y a Tailing off ia the estimates. From these
i facts uow before us, therefore, we must con
r elude Jthat, unless a very decided ohangt
takes placo ia the condition of the crop, esti
. mates of a yield Of two m.? lions of balea anc
t. over niuai lx> ??vi?cvl ?ind loducod.
THE MEMPHIS RIO TS.
It ehoold bo boroo in mind that the riot at
Memphis waa caused by negro soldiers, and
not by the resident negro population. The
Memphis Argus, remarkiug upon this faot,
pays a high tribute to tho colored pooplo bo
longing in the city. It says they havo been,
through all the troubles, as respectful, kindly
and amicably disposod, in thoir doportmoiit
toward tho whitos, and in their general con
duct, as they over wero. Such has boon thoir
uniform good conduct and behavior-save in
a fow raro instancos-that it has becomo the
thomo of almost univorsal remark ; and ii the
negro troops had never boon quartered in tho
city, suoh a thing as a negro riot would have
been unknown. The Memphis Avalanche also
speaks kindly of the permanent colored popu
lation and protests againBt violence towards
them. It says :? The vengoance which hns
boen threatened the negro, if visited at all,
bhould be upon the unprincipled mon
who doludod him and brought all those
troubloB upon his hoad. Tho negro is not to
blame. He deserves our sympathy. Let tho
negro who violates the law be punished ; but
the man who, in retaliation, porseoutcB tho
innocent on account of the transgressions of a
few bad men, is a brute, and deserves punish
mebt." This ?B the spirit of the Southorn
press everywhere. And wero it not for the
inoendiary teachings of Freedmen's Bureau
agents and other radical emissaries there
would bo no outbronks on the part of the
negroes at the South-no jarring of conse
quence anywhere thero between the two
a ? ?
Governor SWANN, of Maryland,has thrown
a bombshell into the Radical camp. Ho has
declared himself unroservedly in favor of the
policy of the President, is opposed to negro
suffrage and negro equality, and sots his
"loyal" face against the enlarged Freed
men's Bureau, the Civil Bights Bill, and the
reconstruction* scheme of the Committee of
Fifteen. Mr. SWANN was the first Governor
of Maryland eleotcd under the now constitu
tion-that groat outrago on the rights of the
people of Maryland-and perhaps it is
nothing more than simple justice- that the
party who placed Mr. SWANN in powor
should be the first victim of the great fraud
they so shamelessly perpetrated. But really,
our "unconditional Union" friends are very
unfortunate. After putting their man in of
fice, ho at onoe rofutsos to follow the path
they mark out for bim to troad. Noithor the
orack of STEVENS' whip, nor the threats of
the imperious SUMNER, are of any avail. The
man in offioo refuses to wear the collar that
was placed around his neck when he was
eeking " the loaves and fishes."
SANTA ANNA AND MAXIMILIAN.
Senor ROMERO, the Minister of the Mexi
can Republic at Washington, haB furnished
the Department of State with four letters,
written by SANTA ANNA, and published in
MAXIMILIAN'S newspaper organ. They plain
ly show that the oz-Mexican Dictator had
much to do with tho Imperial usurpation in
hie native country. Tho first letter, whioh is
dated in July, 1854, confers on Don J. M.
GUTIERREZ DE ESTRADA full powers to make
proper offers to the CourtB of London, Pari?*,
Madrid and Vienna, to obtain from those gov
ernments, or any one of them, tho establish
ment of a monarchy in Mexico. The second
letter was written by SANTA ANNA in 1801.
from St. Thomas, his place of exile, addressed
to ASTRADA. He congratulates him on the
alliance between France, England and Spain
against Mexico, saying that he did not wish
to injure Mexican nationality, but to estab
lish a government of order, to repair tho
damages of party strife, and to restore the
Catholic roligion. In his third letter, also
addressed to ESTRADA, ho expresses his ap
proval of MAXIMILIAN as a suitable incum
bent of the Mexioan throne, and announces
his own intention of returning to Mexico, to
see with his own eyes the country prosperous
and happy. The fourth letter is written to
MAXIMILIAN, under date of December, 1803.
The writer assures MAXIMILIAN of his entire
devotion to him, and expresses the conviction
that he will be the means of making the
Mexicans happy, and placing his name among
the heroes blessed by posterity.
THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT.
On the 8th of June the Parliament of
Canada will assemble for business. The ses
sion will be interesting, from the character
of the questions to bo diecussod and acted
upon. The Confederation scheme will be
pushed forward by its friends, and as earnestly
opposed by the separatists.^ The passage of
laws establishing free trade in certain com
modities betweon British America and the
West Indies, British Guiana and possibly
Brazil, and the granting of subsidies for a
steemehip line connecting Halifax with dif
ferent ports in the West India Islands, will
also claim the attention of the members of
. the body. The fishery question and recipro
cal trade between the Canadian provinces
and the United States must likewise engross
the attention of those who, uko UB, are inti
I mately and deeply interested in having these
i questions settled in such a manner as not to
dietnrb the business of the two countries in
p the future. If the deoision of the home au
thorities should be that this io a matter bo
! longing principally to the provinces, and that
. they must manage the negotiations, then the
? coming meeting of tho Canadian Parliament
. will be of intense interest to business mon in
. both countries. The negotiations terminated
by tho withdrawal of the Canadian agents
* from Washington, can be reopened by some
- wise and pruafont proposition, anda fresh op
, portunity offered tor the trading and mercan
tile interests of the two nations to drown the
| clamor of politicians and settle the contro
- vorsy apon the basis of mutual advantage
U* (.UC ?uLbU_,a_ ?UW?O?_ " ml*. OOlfaUllUOX
AR ACCOMPLISH?*- LADY IS OK8IROU8
of a situation as GOVERNK88 She li capab'e of
toaohlncr Froncli. English and Mualo. Deat of refer
tnces given. Address "L. T. B.," Charleston, 8. C.
May M 1*
WANTFD, A. M\N COOK TO DO P..AIN
COOK IN(1. Clood wngeo will bn paid to ono who
can eomo weR recominendod as to character. Apply at
No. 205. corner King and Princess Birreta M*> '11
WA NT I?: D-.. OKINTLK COW, HSKII TO
tbo tub. uno rccclill** calved, and give? no lena than
1 * qnnriH Milk per day. proferroil. Apply No V05. cor
uor of King and I'TIIIC-SH ate. May 21
WAMKi?. -A CtRHIAOH WOOD UtillK
ER t . go a abort diatancc lu the country. Apply
at No. CO Esst Pty. A* May l8
ANTED, A IIKALTIIY WKT lXURKE,
oin? without ii child preferred. Apply at No. 47
Charlotteatreet. 6* May l8
WAP.TED-A WRITE WOMAN TO COOK.
Alao, on?, to WaBh and Iron for a amall family
must come well recommended. Noue other ueed apply,
at No. 2U0 Meeting-street, near Colunibua-stieet. '
May l8 3*
NURSE WANTKD-WIHTR OR COLOR
ED-capable of taking charge of children, and to
A capab'o COOK. Apply at OTTOLEi*OUl'8, Ilasol
street, three doora esst of Anson. May 14
WANTED, 50,001? AGKNTS, TOKNGitJK
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Rnalncaa tnliroly new. No jowelry or agency humbug.
$200 t ? CROO TER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
peraou, male and l??nale, having a fow honra daily to
aparo, should tintl for particulars.
Address, with atamp, O. W. JACKSON k CO.,
Fo8to_co Rox No. 1348, baltimore, Md.
May 16 ima
AGKSTLE-1AN, FORMERLY AN OF
FIOER of the Quartermastur'a Department, U. S.
A., thoroughly acqualuled with the routine of tbo vari
ona Departments at Washington, offers his sorvice s in
tho adjustment of c alms against the Government.
Government Securities of all kinds bought and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATBEWS.8,
May 3 lmo . No. ?l )i Broad-street.
_TO RENT, -o._
TO RENT_THAT D-SIKAHLE RESI
DENCE located at corner Meeting ?..riet omi Li gi t
wood Alloy. Apply to JAMES R. PRINGLE,
May 21 tuthB No. 10 Aduor'a North Wharf.
FOR RENT?-TWO ROOMS, A LARGE
PARLOR. FURNIHHED, and KITCHEN, delight
fully hituatcil on South Ray, for avery moderato sum.
Apply at thla Offlgg_Jnth_May 23
FOR RENT_A COMFORTABLE HOUSE
in tho village of Humtnorvillc, with every neces
sary outbuilding, Bltuatcd in the contrai part, not far
from Brown'a Hotel.
For terme, applv at this Office. tilth May 22
TO RENT, IN BROAD-STREET, X NEAT
COT TAGE, BUHtti ?lo for a small ftmily-furnished
or unfurnished. Rent moderate. Apply at thla Ofiico.
*pO RENT_THE DESIRABLE STORE
J. No. 167 Meoting-Btreet, opposite Charleston Hotol.
Apply on tho prnniises. April l8
LOST, STOLEN, &o._
LOST. A SMALL BLACK AND TAN LON
DON Ti BRIER, with acollar round his neck;
strayed from promise?, corner of ?south and Eau Battery.
A li? er.il reward will be given ii returned to tho above
mentioned promises, sud uo questions aiked.
LOST.-IF THE GENTLEMAN WOO, BY
mlatalie or otherwise, took a BLACK FELT HAT,
with L. B. H. msrko 1 Inside, from the hat-rack ,at the
Mills Hoi se. on last evening, will return It tj the Book
fceop-'. no quoitlona wIR be asked. 3_May 19
OST, A MALACCA CANE, IVOliY HEAD.
GOLD BAND, market "(Ja; t. D. R. Hunt from
Wm. Beiden." A liberal reward will be paid if deliver
de at my office. No. 43 Eaat Bay. D. H. HUNT,
May IS_Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
LOST, WHILE RIDING EROM THE*
Mills House tu the Arsenal sud back, a small O OLD
WATOH. enamelled, with Chain and Locket attached.
Any person finding the aune and returning it to the
ofllco of the Millo Homo will be liberally rewarded.
I -r/\ REWARD_STOLEN FROM MY
ItlVj atablo on Oakley Plantation, 26 miles from
Charleston, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 13th. a SMALL BLACK HORSf* MULE, with a
new 8ADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shod and
Euc cn. Fifty dollars rew.rd will bo paid for the appre
enslon of the Mule and the thief, or half of the amount
for the return of tho Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
TWO MILK-NO GOATS AND TWO KIDS
l'OIt 8ALE, at No. 11 MILL STREET.
May 22 3*
HOUSE AND L??T_AT PRIVATE SALE,
a HOUSE AND LOT lu lower part of tbo city,
couvenient to East Bay, containing 4 rooms and pantry.
On the premises is a -Ice new datera, with a handsome
garden attached, measuring in front 40 feet, and in
depth 120 feet. Terms accommodating App y to
May 12 Stuth6 No. 1 at" Mooting ??treat.
F Ott SALE.-SECO.VD HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AlSD TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
8MITH HAND PKE88-Platen, 22'?_27 luches; bed,
2C'?x31 ',' Inches.
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 lucbeB; bed,
WA -INGTON HAND PRE88-Platen, 22^x28y
Inches; bed, 22x36 Inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platon, 22*^x28 Inches; bod, 2C'?
?31 J-? inches.
RUG?LES' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
Or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At ibis Office.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of OOLCOOK, McOAl LET *c MAL
LOY is this day dissolved by mutual consent of all
parties. Mr. JOHN COLCOOK, Commission Merchant,
of Charleston, 8. O., la upp iinted our agent to liquidste
sil unsettled business. Any person having demands
against the firm will please pro.cnt to ulm; and si1 per
sons Indebted to it will p ease make payment to him in
Charleston; to Mr. D. MALLOY, in Cheraw, 8. O.; or to
Mr. T. S. MoCALLEY, in HuotsvlUe, Alabama.
(?Signed) 0. J. OOLCOOK.
T. 8. MoOALLEY,
May 22 toths D. MALLOY.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE" THIS DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tho style of R. W. GALE k
CO., for conduction the Carrrlago Business, and a Gen
eral Commission and Auction Business, st the old
Carria go Stand of B. W. Gale, Nos. 46 and 48 Wentwortb
atreet B W. GALE,
GEO. O. ROBINSON.
Charleston May 6. l8-. tilths? Hay IS
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TBI8 D.Y ENTERED
into a Copartnership for the transaction of an AUC
TION, COMMISSION, AND REAL ESTATE AGKNOY,
ander the name and style of SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY.
They will siso coutlnne, as formerly, their Brokerage in
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities, and solicit consign
ments of Merchandise ,kc
o. MCBRIDE SMITH.
April 80 mwthlS A. O. MCGILLIVRAY.
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, LEX
THE BOARD OF VI8ITORS WILL MEET AT THE
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE on the 27th of
lune to make appointments of Cadets. Applications for
STATE and PAY CADET appointments -will bo made to
the undersigned, accompanied with the usual testi
monials of good moral Charactor.
Candidates for appolntmeut must bo exempt from
bodily disease, of a eos between 16 snd 25 years, and. In
the case of Stat? Cadet applicants, must satisfy tbo Board
of their Inability to meet the exponses of the Institu
Candidates for admission must bo able to read and
write well, and to perform with f.el lily and accuracy
the various operations of the four ground rules of arith
metic, of reduction, of simple and compound propor
tion, and of vu'gar and decimal fractions.
State Oadets (one for each Senatorial District), will be
uupplied with board and tuition without chargo.
Every arrangement bas been made by tho Board of
Visitors to main-In tus high adentifio charactor of tho
Institute, and to put In full operation RB well-tried and
distinctive system of dlaolphne and iii.truction.
The graduating ex-rolfes of Mia Institution will Uko
place at the InMlmt?? on the 4th of July. Tho examina
tions will coin moneo ou toa 27th of June, sud bo con
tinued ?Icily until completed, 'l'un publlo aro respect
fully invited to all ol tin.se nx-rc-na.
For all further* Information, appliootton will humado
to tho 8uperlnto_duat. FRANCIS II. SMITH,
Mrs. It. O. FINN?Y, Ho. 190 King slreot.
Perra*-sut, Traualent, and Day Boarder* sccommo.
?nico. a? Alar ?a
THE REGULAR MEETING OF 01TY OOUNOIL
will bo hold TMs Day, in tho Connell Cbambor, at
6 o'clock P. M. W. H. .- MITH,
May 32_1_Clerk of Council.
WASHINGTON L.IOIIT INFAVTKY CIIAIl
ATTEND THE QUARTERLY MKETINO THI8 EVE
NING, at Moiton lo Hail, at 8 o'clock. Moraburs
elect will pleaao attt-m?, and comply with tbo require
ments of tbo Coimtiiulloii.
Come prepared to pay arrears.
' 3. !.. HONOUR,
May 22 1 _ Bocrotary und Trtasnror.
WASHINGTON KI UK COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY Mt-ETINGOF
your Company at tbo Hull, This Eoen<ng, at 8
o'clock precisely. A punctual attendance is requested,
au business of Importance will bo subtnlUotl.
A. W. 8'EVENP.
May 22 1 Secretary W. F. Co.
^"HE BOD80RIBER HB11EBY RESPECTFULLY IN
FORMS his former patrons and tho public, that bo
has removed from his former office, corner of King and
Hasel streets, to
No. 10 BROAD-8TREET,
Whom be would be most happy to servo all who may
honor bim with thoir business.
May 22 6 PHILIP H. KEGLER.
THE POLICLINIC AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE,
Queen-street, Is open under the direction of the
Faculty ovory IFedneiefay and Saturday, from 0 to 10
Medical and Surgical advice and Medicino aro given
gratuitously to the poor.
OFFIOEBS OF THE POLICLINIC.
Prof. E. GEDDi:.G8, M. D , Chief.
P. GERVAIR ROBINSON, M. D., 1 ...,?,?.",.,
G. E. TRESCO T. M. D., f Assistants.
Prof. J. r. CHI80LM, M. D., Chief.
8. LOGAN. M. D.. 1 .".".""a.
F. L. PARKER. M. D . | ????tants.
Person? may apply for In for m ullin to eitbor of tho
above at tho College, or ut their offices.
Mny H tul
OR. W* II. BAILEY,
FFICE NO. 3* WENTWORTlI-HTREET.
Residence No. 93 TRADD-STREET.
May 17 thstnG*
DR. DIlDDIiKTON M1CHKI,,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 37 TRADD-STREET,
?ETWEEN MEETINQ AND CUUnCU-STREETS.
R. MICHEL MAY BE CONSULTED FROM 7 TO 9
A. M., 1 to i and 8 to 9 P. M.
April 28 stutbl3
TO BE RAFFLED FOR, AB SOON AS CHANGES
aro taken, tbo ELEGANT ESTABLISHMENT of a
gentleman about going North for the summer, consist
ing of a very superior young, fast BLACK HORSE,
LIGHT WAGON, HARNESS, BLANKETS, WHIP, itc.
Tbo Horno 1* unsurpassed in tho city for stylo, and the
whole 1B a mott complote "TURN-OUT." Lists to be
seen st tbo Mills House, Pavilion Hotel, Phelan Billiard
Rooms, corner Market and Meeting streets; Lorlng and
Turaer'a Charleston Billiard Hull, coiner Market and
King stree ta ; John Mott'?, Stat? street ; Louis Keuako's,
King street._3_May 10
TWO FINE LITTLE STEAMERS.
?SO CHAN CBS-998 PKH CHANCE.
THE HIGHEST THROW TAKES THE CHOICE;
tbe lowest tbe remaining one of the Bteamers.
LIST OPEN at ERASER'S WHABF. May H
I HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PEBB0N8 IN WARD
THREE (31, that I wlU commence sweeping on the
22d Instant P. T. MoBRIDE.
Sweep Contractor, Lower Wards,
May 22 1* Office No. G Cbalmtrs streut.
OPEN FOR PERMANENT, DAY, OR TRANSIENT
ICE-CREAM KALOON ATTACHED.
HW TERM3 REASONABLE.
May 19_MDMK. T. M. RUTJE8, Proprietress.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL 13 NOW OFEN'ED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It baa boon rcinodclb-d and refurnished
throughout. The travelling uuhlfo, tmnsient visitors, or
other?, will flin! in it all ti.o luxuries oi a 1-iKST.OLABS
ES 1ABHSHMENT, combined with the comforts of
Tbo location is ono o'the most airy and plessant for
summer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
healthful cxerclso is sttached. No pains or expense
spared to give ontlro satisfaction.
May 11 F. OPDEBEECK.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTEBY.
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS,
Tickets from ?Bl to $20.
CIR0ULAR8 SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed aa soon aa tbo Lottery I?
drawn. Havana Plan Lottory-30,000 Ti eta? s ; 695
Prizes. Capital Prise, lioo.ooo. Draws lb? lBtb and
31st of each month. Address
H. T. PETERS, U. 8. Lloemed Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, or Key Box 62, Foi tomoo.
April 11 _ 8mos
Gentlemen of Cliarlestoii and Vicinity,
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
that they have leaaed the second floor of the build
ing on the CORNER OF MARKET AND KING STREETS
(known as tbo Adgor bnlldlng), where tbey have fitted
up. In every particular, a first-class BILLIARD HALL,
comprising Elevon Tables, from tbo manufactory of
Messrs. Kavanagh & Deckel.
These wishing to pass a pleasant evening In the enjoy
ment of this game, cannot but help to find this the cool
out and bo?t adapted room in the City.
A private SAMPLE BOOM Is attached, stocked with
tbe finest Importations.
Gentlemen are Invited to call and inspect for them*
LORINGr & TUBNEB.
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c.,
AND SAXE OF
Cotton. Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE] NO. A3 BROAD*STKBET,
CHARLESTON, B. O.
March 37 . tatbsO tra?3mo
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens Distriot, S. 0.,
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM THE RESIDENTS OF
Charleston and vicinity that bo has formed a busi
ness connection with
Cr. B. CHAMBURLIN,
COMMISSION MEBOHANTAND DEALER IN 01.0
OKBIES. PROVISIONS, BT0"
No. 1?3 KAUT HAY,
And wonld most re?.oectfully solicit tbe patronage of
, Ula many ir. .ada and ; o^tialaUntMs. ' ?uV-y u
A TnrtMi Story by Professor Miles..
THE REV. PROFESSOR MILES PROPOSES THIS
EVENING, at Eight o'clock, in tbo Chapel of the Col
loge of Charleston, to nnrrato ft TURKISH STORY, the
matorlalB of which -.vero collected daring a residence in
Constsntinople. 1 May 32
(SUCCESSOR TO HORSEY, AUSTEN k CO.,)
HITS AND 8TR.W GOODS,
"Wholesale and B?tail,
No. 25 T? A.YJSTE-ST..,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LADIES' AJM3D MISSES'
SEASIDES, HOODS, ?Sec., &c, &c.
GENT'S AND BOY'S
FUR, WOOL AND STRAW IUTS.
m "Sea Sides !" m
WHERE WILL ALSO BE FOUND
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
C. H. JOHNSON.
May 17 . Il.stn.3 NO. 260 KINO STBi.ET.
"LADIES" PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth stn.
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth stg?
May 8 lmo
108 IN. ROBINET LACE
SHIRTINGS, beat brands
SHEBTINOS, all widths
BLEACHED LINEN DRILLS
BROWN & PLAID LINEN DRILLS
CLOTHS, OAHBIMEKE, kc.
A LA VILLE" DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 lir.o
SPRING AD SUMMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
tbo public that ho is rocclviug a lull assortment of
CLOTHS, CA8S8IMERES. COATINGS AND VESTING8
of the host foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted,
to 8pring and Btutuasr wear.
These goods having boon pnrebssod recently, and at
very low ?gu?es, i ersona wishing anything in my line
will und it to their advantsgo to give nie a call, as I have)
the most experienced workmen, and am propared to
make thom up in the very best style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand. No. 93 Bro&d-Btreet?
March 30 J. S. PHILLIPS.
. S. J. COMETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLI VERY GOODS,
NO. 202 KING-3T.. OPP. HABEL, CHARLESTON, g. a,
Country orders filled with neatness and dispatch.
April 3 tnths arno
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR HOaftlaBKCK'S ALLEY,
ABE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they ar? now "selling and ni ?King op
to order," AT GREATLY REDUCED PBIOES, thslr
welloeloctad Stock of fine CLOTHS. CABWIMERK?,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED COATINGS. DRAB D'ETES,
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper
workmanship guaranteed. stntliaUnos May 19
SELLIRthOFF AT COST!..
THE ENTIBE STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, WPS,
LADIES' AND flllHSKS'
No. 35 IIUOAD-STHEKT.
SHOES _&_ BOOTS.
RESPECTFULLY INFORM? HIS FRIENDS AND
the community that he ban opened a branch of
business in the building corner of King and Market
streets, known as Adger'a Big Store, where he has o-x
baud a large assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS at reduced
prtaaa._tuthssmos April io
JAMES F. IZLAR,
attorney at Law
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY;
ORANGEB?RG O. H.. S. O.