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CliR-LESTON BAILY NEWS,
O. R. CATHCART, EDII&X.
CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
NTo. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
___L=t __ S - 0__S__
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
LA ?WEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LA.Rt.EST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?.THE _.IST OF LETTERS re
?-.aiiiing; in the Postof?oe at the end
of e-oh. weelc Is i>_*>lishefA oi?ioially
in THE T3A__-_- NEWS every Eri
" ?. -
Wo loam from our advertising columns that tho
examination of students at tho Virginia Military
Instituto, Lexington, will commence outho27tli,
and the graduating oxercieoa will tako piuco on tho
4th of July. The Superintendent says that tho
Board of Visitors have ruado every arrangement
to maintain the high uoiontiilo character of tho
Institute, and to put ia full operation its woll
tried aud distinctive system of discipline and in
struction. Tho past gives tho best aesurauco of
this. The Virginia Military Institute has been
made illustrious by the career and achievements
of her Alumni.
A company at San Antonio, Toxas,' is running
an ice machine that turns out 1200 poumU per
day. . ,
Bishop MOBBIB, of the Northern Methodist
Church, has had a socoud attack of paralysis. He
expresses thankfulness that it is no ?rurto, and
say? ho will still try to bo resigned and hopeful.
The ladieB of the First Methodist Church iu
Nashville aro giving a Fair at the Baptist Tnbor
nacle. Thia shows a better entente cordiale than
existed iu tho days of GUAYES aud BUOWKLOW.
The Dyersburg (Tonn.) State Gazette hears very
unfavorable reports from all parts of the country
in regard to the crops. Tho recent cold weather
h ? B seriously retarded the growth of cotton, while
the army worms have played sad havoc with corn
and other vegetation.
Tho Nashville Dispatch says that about sovonty
fi ve negroes left a planter in Giles couuty, a f e w days
since, notwithstanding they had contracted to re
main with him until his crop was secured. His
crop has been planted, and now ho is without a
force to work it. ?
The Columbial (Tenn.) Herald, of May 12th,
aays : "We leam that two negro infante were dis
covered drowned in a branch on the farm of Col.
ANDREW J. POLK, on Monday last. They had been
thrown there by their mothers, who, we learn,
gave as a reason their inability to support them."
Bev. THEODORE CLAFP, a Dativo of Massachu
setts, and for many years a Unitarian preacher in
Now Orleans, died in Louisville, Kentucky, on
Wednesday last. Mr. CLAPP was one of the finest .
ex-tempore speakers in the United Statos. His
?autobiography, published some ten years ago, is
a very interesting book, containing many useful
Tho New York "house agont," who waa lately
sentenced to three years in the State Prison, still
carries on his profitable business, weekly reports
of profit and loss being sent to him at Sing Sing.
Hie business consists in hiring valuable houses lor
a day and holding auction sales of poor furniture,
advertising it as on account of tho departure of
the family for Europe.
A naw city slaughter-house has been erected at
Bridgeport, near Chicago, intended for tho ontire
slaughter work of the latter city. It is two hun
dred and seventy foot loug, one hundred and sev
en ty-fivo feet wide, and three stories high. It has
_ daily capacity for working off twelve huudred
head of cattle, two thousand hogs, and one thou
Hon. J. A. KA360N, of Iowa, on Friday, presented
to the House a long aud able roport on the advan
tagcH of the metrical system of coins, weights and
measures, as a substitute fo. the imperfect system
now in use. It is understooa that Mr. KASSON has
been aided in tho preparation of this roport by
Prof. Non-roN, of Yale College, who was appointed
by the Natioual Acadomy of Seien ces to investigate
this important subject.
No less than seven different Commissions are
now, or soon will be, engaged in investigating
the facts relative to tho rocent riots in Mem
phis. In addition to the Congressional Commis
sion, and that croated by General STONEMAN'S or
der, on which General MAHCOB J. Wi.iour was
placed, Mio white citizens have organized uni*, tho
negroes another, tho Ci'y Council a nut li r, aud
?General FISK*. t.f Ibu Freednien'? Bureau, aud
General HOWARD, have < ach ordered one.
Tho deutli of Mrs. THOMAS CAB LYLE wae even
more ??gular limn would Lo imagined from the
telegraphic mention of it. She was taking her
usual drive iu Hide Park, when her pet dog, who
wau ruin.ing betide her brougham, was run over
by a cari i igt?. Tim animal was not much hurt,
Ina hia miotio.-? was greatly alarmed. Sho lilted
the dog ii.t.i iho carriage, and then died so sud
dei.lv and ciieiitly that her coachman did not
know anything had happened until he carno to a
Senator WILSON, of Massachusetts, dolivored a
lccturu on Thursday ovonhig, in the Douglass In
stitute, Baltimore-bia subject being "Civil
Bights." Tho Hall was about half filled with
auditors, nearly all colored poraons-there being
some eight or ten white, and about the same num
ber of colored persons on the platform. Tho
truth is, the peoplo all over tbo land have boen
nauseated nilli over-doses of universal suffrago
and Civil Rights Bill, and uow oven Fred. Doug
las himself eau scarcely command moro than a
corporal's guard for an audiouce.
The Supremo Court of Missouri recoutly gavo a
vory important dt-cisioa. Tho suit originally was
brought by JOHN WINN, for damagos, being tho
difference between tho cost of transporting a lot
ofealtbyrail or sail from New York, tho tele
graph having transmitted tbo word rail for sail in
the dispatch ordering the salt. Tho Common
Pleas Court decided in favor of the plaintiff, but
on the appeal the ruling of tho Huporior Court
was that the tt&egrtiith companies havo t*. right to
establish roasonablo rules and regulations to pro
tect them in their business and that they aro not
liable for damages except where-gross negligence
is appareil', ubicua their conditions, printed on
their dispatch headings,' are complied with.
The Northern papers even admit tho. terrible
mortality of tho negroes in the late war,. The New
York Journal of Commerce says : "It ia a re
mar kable truth, illustrating the peculiar clmr
acteristice of tho race, at least in tho ir present
condition, that the mortality of the negro
regiments, organised during tho war, far surpass
ed am thing known in military history. Hepoi t*
arc on file in the War Department, showing that
In nome regiments moro than half tho negro sol
diers died of disoftbo within a fow mouths after
enlistment, and this too where they bad better
caro and quarters than white soldit TH alongside nf
them. This mortality was not owing t?> couta
?.i?ns or infectious disease, but to the lack of phys
.*_- Au ttvfnmttnuattons intended for /.ubticfUttmti
'Al* journal must be tuUtrette? lo the Editor .?"
.lie Daily News, No. l8 Hayne-strvti. GharifMai
8, C. Business Communications to P-M:sher ot
We cannot undertake to return rejrcied communica
Adveiiisemenis outside of the city must be accompa
nied irilh Ihr oath.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 18G?.
During tho Presidential ?navan of I860.at
the Squatter Sovereignty torchlight proces
sions in INow York City, a favorite transpa
rency used to bo a littlo log hut and other
riiRtie belonging!?, painted on a largo piece of
canvass, with the logend : "Uncle Sum has
land enough to give us all a farm." This
appears now to bo tho refrain of tho agente of
tho Froedinen's Bureau. Generals FULLER
TON and STEEDMAN found a number of Unclo
Sam's amateur farmers in North Carolina,
and from tho correspondence of tho New York
Times, it appears that ?South Carolina alf"
enjoys the benefit of these scientifiu li S.
agriculturist. Tho Times of tho 19th iust.
say s :
After a short stay in Columbia, Gen. Stecdm.in
and Gen. Fullorton startod for Onarleaton, arriv
ing hero on tho lOlh inst. Subsequent to my lot
tor from Columbia, it was discovered that Brevot
Bng.-Gou. Ely, tho Bureau Superintendent for
that district of the State, is engaged in the culti
vation of five plantations, about wbicli tbcro is
considerable doubt, and it is suspected thai i:
they prove profitable the Government will not hear
from thom. If they turu out to be had invest
nientf, however, it is probable that they will ho
called Government farms. I mako this statement
on excellent authority. Gun. Scott, tbo Commis
sioner for tbo State, ea> s that Gen. Ely baa re
ceived no authority from hiiu or from any other
s?.urce that ho ia aware of, even to work flinns in
behalf of tim Government, and that he has uevor
authorized any of his bubordinates to tin such
things. Gen. \Vhittle?tr, the (Jotiituisaiuuei lor
North Carolina, not only pormils his officers to
work farms for themselves a> d the Government,
hut is interested in several himself, claiming, 1
understand, that Gen. Howard does not object to
it. Your readers aro well awaro of the baneful in
llucuco oxcrted by this course in North Carolina,
and will not be surprised to loam that tho same
Btntoof affairs exists iu the vicinity of Columbia,
arising from tho same reasons. I understand that
Gen. Ely "will soon be removed.
Of courso General ELY will be able to ex
plain it all satisfactorily; as Chaplain GEORGE
0. GLAVIS, in Goldsboro', N. C, has already
endeavored to do in a letter published in the
New York Tribune, and addressed to the Sec
retary of War. The Chaplain is grieved to
be under the necessity of questioning the ve
racity or intentions of a U. S. Major-General.
We feel for Chaplain GLAVIS.
But where is Truth? That is the ques
On the one hand wo have hore two U. S.
Generals of high position, on an important
tour of inspection, accompanied moreovor by
a number of intelligent newspaper corres
pondents (all known to be such, making no
secret of it,-and therefore ench one person
ally and individually responsible for his
statements). These mako a cortain report of
faots and circumstances, corresponding in all
On the other hand what have as a Bet-off
to all this evidenoe ? Why, nothing but the
ipse dixit of the party accused. "GEORGE
O. GLAVIS, Chaplain U. S. A.," making a sim
ple denial of the offences and misdemeanors
he stands oharged with. Of course we can
not doubt a Chaplain. But where is Truth?
What a pity both parties cannot be right.
HOARDS OF HEALTH.
We aro not about to write a medical trea
tise, nor even a dissertation on hygiene, but
only to make a few remarks on one of the
current topics of tho day. In tho monarchi
cal countries of Europe, the subject of the
publio health is as much a care of the gov
ernment as the preservation of the publio
pence. They have, accordingly, extensive
bureaus for that special purpose, with boards
and agencies, ramifying every nook and cor
ner of the land. These are clothed, more
over, with all but unlimited powers; and
nuisances, such as meet our eyes or offend our
olfactories almost every day, thero aro of all
but impossible ocourrenoe.
In America we have heretofore had such
ultra views of, liberty, as made us cry out
against sumptuary legislation at the least hint
of anything like au efficient organization of
this kino!. Or if Boards wore organized, their
advico and orders were unheeded, and they
had little or no power to carry their views
into effect. It needed the present universal
scare of approuching cholera to arouao the
whole country to a sonso of the importacoo of
tho subject. The war, moreover, produced
such a confusion of ideas among tbo people
of tho North, as regards porsonal and civil
liberty, that the law-making powers have
found no difficulty during the last fow months
to croate efficient Boards of Health, and be
Btow upon thom the most plenary power??.
Thus the Legislature of Now York has con
stituted the New York City Board of Health
an absolute tyrant.ovor ?the-'puople living on
that island. No Roman Censor exercised
groator or moro unquebtionod authority than
this Board. Its transactions hence have bo
como of tho last importance, and every New
York piper we take up is filled with long
columna, recording their legislation and the
-piarrols and annoyances resulting thorefrom
to private oitiaens and corporations. To clean
the Augean stables was not the least of the
labors of HERCULES, and the accumulated filth
)f years ia the vioinity of Washington Mar
ket and other places, called for a smfenger
no leeB intrepid than ALCIDKS' solf to lay
hands on this dainty work.
New York is astonished, indignant,-but
Riihinito. Tho Broadway Concert SuloonB,
with thoir nightly music, fluehy transparen
cies, und pretty waiter girls, aro to he con
NJgued to the halls of Tophoth, whoro of right
thtty bolong. Nono but tho mont rospootublo
"saloons" aro to ho allowod to vend urdout
spirits; and thus wo might go on to enume
rate wholesorno and wholcsulo reforms, pro
posed (md oven now in process of being our
ricd out) by this Consoriuu Board. Whon
they ashall have finished thoir work, tho groat
Western metropolis will bo so Hue and nico,
nipan and proper, that the Common Council
will havo to lay straw matting on tho Man
hattan hanks of the Hudson and East Rivors,
t?> keep strangors from soiling the fair han
diwork of tho Board of Health. If the city
will keep so long (in such a sublimated stato
of perfection), it would not bo a bad idoa to
send it to the great Exposition nt Paris nest
year What a sensation tho "American quar
ter" then would mako ! But what has boen
done with tho L'ivo Points, and Mulberry
strcot, and a score of othor such hotbeds of
vice and ?il?h, wo used to see and hoar o? ?
Have thoy all been taken to Fifth and Madi
son AvonucB ? Or havo thoy boon hermeti
cally scaled and consignod to outor darkness
over on tho Jersey shore?
Many of the reforms instituted by this
Board aro doubtless wholesome and much
needed ; yot do wo seriously doubt,-whothcr
such powere can bo constitutionally bestowed
upon a body of this character ; and as wo havo
already remarked, at no other period in our
national existence could such nicieuroa have
been curried with so litllo resistance.
One of the most recent exploits of this om
nipotent Board is tho indictment of "KRAN
CHI" as a nuisance. This individual, it ap
pears, "is a squatter on three lois on the south
erly side of Fifty-fifth strcot, between Sixth
and Seventh avenue s :
"The squatter's name is John Kranchi. His
nln ?lo is a btvrrol, around which lie spreads several
lilt hy old carpets on the bare rock. On theso he
el ups. mid during tim iuclemont ?.?eather be
thruft-i bis head and shoulders into the barro!.
Adjacent tu hie abode is a pilo of old lum her, auf
iiciently elevated to allow bia dogs to crawl under
neath for rost and protection. All this is 0111
ruuuded by buckets, barrels, pans and boxes, con
taining decomposing bones, lobster shells, Ash
beads and ?aila, dead cats and doga, greaae, and
every conccivablo kitchen refuse, sml) and garb
age iiahed out of gutters and so-called aub and
garbage boxee, all of which mix'ure, or part
thereof, ia atened or cooked in a mixed state by
?aid Kranchi in the open air, amid a shanty popu
lation, and when stewed or cooked, ia eaten by
Kranchi and bia numerous dogs. Evidence is not
wanting to prove that be has eaten the dead rats
and cats f? ii ntl 011 tho public highways, and that
bo kills hie own doga for their meat as loud when
no other nourishment ia at hand.
"The Inspector recites other of Kraucbi'a pecu
liarities, and formally presenta bim as a nuisance,
and dangerous to the life and health of every per
non who comes in contact with him."
THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL.
The National Intelligencer says that a suit
has been instituted hy a negro against the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, for
refusing to sell him a tiokot for passage in a
first-class oar. It also says that tho editor of
"The Chronicle has set tho social example of
reoeiving negroes at his mansion, where he
entertained them in the style of luxuriance
usual with bim." Theso, aa that papor justly
says, are among the practical results of the
enactment of the Civil Rights bill. Nothing
is wanting to establish theso results but tho
adoption of negro suffrage. At least so tho
Republican party believe, and so Mr. WEN
DELL PHILLIPS doolarea in a late speech
from which the Intelligencer quotes this ex
"Negro suffrage means a score of negro Con
gressmen sitting in the House of Representatives.
It means colored merchants in New Oi leant? and
colored Senator? in Carolina. It means negro
representativos sharing in making railroad laws
and other laws. It means social equality, and that
wau whom the Southerner mot the question. S?>
cial equality follows bardon tbo hecfof tho ballot?
box, and the South knows-it, ami she resiata ne
gro suffrage for what must follow it."
A comparison of this with the following
extract from a speech of Mr. LINCOLN'S,shows
the wonderful progress that publio opinion
has made in- the direotion of negro equality
within a very few months :
"I am not, nor ever have boon, in favor of mak
ing jurors or voters of negroes, nor intcrmarr? ing
thom with the whito people ; and I will sar, in ad
dition to this, that tuero ia a physical difference
between the wbito and black races which, I be
lieve, will forever forbid tbo two racen living to
gether on terms of social and political equality.
And, inasmuch as they cannot. eo live while they
do remain together, there mtiBt b?. the punition of
saporior and inferior, and I, ni much aa any other
man, am in fav >r of having the superior position
assigned tft> the whito man."
, -?-'?-? * ?
THE PROGRESS of the Reform movement in
England is watched with much intorest. It
appears, from the dobates in the Houso of
Commons on the subject, that the successful
termination of tha oivil war in this country
has givon strength to liboral ideas.
The Reform bill which has lately passed
tbo Houso of Commons is not a vory great
advance toward popular representation. It
enlarges, to somo extent, tho oleotornl rights
of the middle and lower classes. Tho total
adult male population of England and Wales
is 5,230,573. Of these, only 1,013,532 aro
entitled to vote.
The leading features of tho Reform bill
are, ns wo find stated in the Now York Com
mercial Chronicle, as follows :
"Tho loading feature:) of tho present bill aroj:
First, it propnrca to roduoe the present ?50 county
franohiso to ?14 occupation, with or without land.
Ulla chango, it is calculated, would admit 172,000
person*, chiefly of tho farming and middle CIUHBOS.
Second, copyholders aud leaseholders in 'Parlia
mentary boroughs aro to bo placed in tho samo
position AS freeholders. Lodgers paying ?10 a
ytytr for apartments, and persons having fur two
BUCCOHH?VO years tho sum of ?50 to their credit in
a savings bank, are entitled to voto in boroughs.
Thii addltiou is expected to add 21,000 to tho eloo
tor..l bodv. Third, tho household franchieo in
boroughs ia to be reduced from ?10 to ?7, and a
class known as "?jornponnd householders." or pcr
non? whoso taxos aro paid by the landlords, sro to
be permitted to vote. This chango is expeot? d to
add 201,000 to the constituency. Bli*. Gladstone
caleula'od thnt those clauses would, in the aggre
gate, add 100,000 to tbo electoral list, 0110 half of
whom would be workmen. Tho correctness of
tho latter estimate was subsequently questioned
by Mr. Bright, who gavo apparently reliable data
in' eupport of his poailioo, that the proposed
< liatiKOs would operate chiefly in favor of email
traders and others, and that not more than 110,000
work men would Be added to the number of
XirAMTICn, A ?TURK nRTWKBtV SOCIETY
YV anti Markot-.treolH. Address lu person T. V.
ELSWOBTH. Pavilion notel._May 23
WANTKD, A CAPABLE CHILD'S IfOHBBj
Gnod roforeuces required. Oiloron preferred.
Apply Hnulicst corner litt aud Vaiulerliorat-otveot.
Ma v 2S_2_
?T'ANT D.A HOtSH SUIIAULKFURA
V\ tin ?II faur-.v. Any piir.ou having stich n ono can
fu??I a g?od tenant, by ddiiruiBlng K. L., liox 238 I'. O ,
iiutni? li-riim and Imatlnn._2? _May 2:1
QITUATION WAVTi-.O-BVU ? OUJJO MAN,
H roi-iiloiit of Charle ato?, as Book Kw-per In a rt't-pect
ublo house lu this i-ity. Baal ru'erciircs (jlveu, Addie SB
H H. 'I, Giaas H'.i 15, cii.ni. ? ? ii r. o
f-rrANVKU. A WHII'K WOMAN TO WASH
VV and .Si?* for a mi .11 family. A|?ply at this t-ni;i?,
or In Mnrkot-Htrott, (?li) Third door tata at Healing*
W~~~ANTICD. A IIHALTIIY AVKT .iUllsK,
one without a child preferred. Apply a?. No. ii
WANTED, 50,000 AGENTS, TO KKOnOE
in a light, imcrul and j ermamnt ooiployinent.
UusinoHs i ntlroly now. No jowelry or agency but-hug.
$2Ul) tu $r>00 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, mnlo and t?male, having a few hourn daily to
spare, Hhmlil smd for particulars.
Address, with stamp, G. W. JACKSON k CO ,
l'ostolllco Box No. 1318, baltimore, Md.
AUKNTLKMAN, KO It M KUI? Y AN OF
FIOER of the Quartermaster's Department, U. H.
A., thoroughly acquali.led with Iho routine of tho vari
ous Dopartuiouts at Washington, offer? his sorvlces in
t!io adjustment of c ultna against tho Government.
Govcrnnicnt Btcurilies ol all hinds bought and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATHEWfrS,
May 3 lmo No. 31 y Droad-atreot.
_TO RENT, &o._
rino llKNT. A COMPOUTAUI-K TWO AND
1 A 11 ALF STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street.
Apply at No 35 llrond street May 23
TO RENT.-THAT ELBUANT MANSION
at tho northeast corner of Montague nud Rutlc?go
streets. Apply to W. D. HERIOT & CO.,
May 23 wfm3_No 219 King-aircct.
TO KKNT, TWO PI.R.SAVI-LY SITUAT
ED FRONT ROOMS, with good kitchen accommo
dations. Apply on the promise?, No. 173 Comlng-Btrcot,
near Cannon. 3 . Al ay 23
rno UENT.-TIIE STORE No. 10.1 JBA*?T
A. Day, with the upper part of tho liou?o and youl,
mid an Miti-unco attached, opening on State-street. Ap
ply at No. 100 WENTWORTH-SrilEET.
rino HICNT, THIS ELIGIBLE HOUSE IN
JL ('al li ?ni n atroot, No. l61, next to corner of Hut -
1?dgc, containing 4 upright rooms; alBO, pat.try, dress
ing-room, double piazz.v elstern, foiir-rootued kitchen,
and guH Uxtun s throughout. Tho house is non-, and
lu pn ti order, and tho health of tho n'tnatiou la un
Mitp.FMfd. Apply at CORNER Ol?* CALBOUN AND
RUTLEDGE BTBKBIg._w12_May 23
rpo RENT, IN BKOAD-STIIEET, A NKAT
JL COT TAGE, sustaile for a small family-furnished
or tinfi-.rniahed. Rent modorate. Apply at tbU Office.
rno KKNT.-THK UESIUABLE STORE
JL No. 167 Mcoting-atroot, opposite Charloaton Hotel.
Apply on tue prcniint-a. April l8
fflO KKXT, A COMFORTABLE BUICK
X HOUSE containing 8 roomB, large piazza, with or
.vltbout 4 or 6 kitchen rooms, good elstern water, large
yard and garden attached, at No. 118 King, between
yucen and Broad tiree a. Inquire within.
May 21 _m w13?
1-\0 KKIVT. THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI
DENCE, corner East Bay and Inspcetlon street; 8
square rooms, dresalug room and pantry, 3 basement
rooms, ample accommodations for Rtrvnins, carriage
houso and atable, with very large lot.
May*_fmw PINOKNEY PROS.
I TUNE LOCATION KOK A HOARDING
1 HOUSE OR 8CH00L TO RENT.-Thal largo and
elegant RESIDENCE and extensive L< T, GARDEN, Ac,
at the northwest corner of Meeting and George streute.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATH EWES,
May 14 mwIS No. My Droad atrect.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
STOLEN, ON MONDAY NIGHT, TilK ?1ST
Instant, from alongside the Brlg"Wlcopee," at V-?n
dcrhomt's Wharf. 14 LOGS Of TIMDER, A liberal .o
ward will be paid for their return by Captain H. D.
LE ..AND, MaHter of Di ig ? Wlcopeo " ?? May 23
LOST, A SMALL. BLACK AND TAN LON
DON Ti- RRIEH, with a collar round his neck;
strayed from premise? corner of fcoutb and Eut Battery.
A 11 eral roward will bu given if returned to tim above
mentioned premises, and no questions atkod.
rOST, A MALACCA CANE, IVO? Y HEAD.
j GOL? BAND, market "Oa-L D. R. Hunt from
Win. Beldon." A liberal rewarl will bo pai.i It' d^Hver
de at my oflico, No. 43 Eaat Bay. V. it. HUNT,
May 16 Captain and Depot Quartermastur.
LOST, WHILE RlUING FltOfll THM
Milla House ti the Arsenal and bank, a sniail GOLD
WATCH enamelled, with Chain mi Locket attached.
Any person rinding tho same and returning it tti the
office of tho MU?s House will ho Hu rally rowarded.
- / -| KEWAHD.-STOLEN FROM M Y
'F\ I stable on Oakley Plantation, 26 mllea from
(Jli.irloHton, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the '3th. a SMALL BLACK HORSE MOLE, \eitli a
now SADDLE AND BRIDLE; tho Mnle ia shotl and
pac. s. I-ifty dollars row >rd will bo paid for ilio appre
hension of the Mule and tho thief, or half of the amount
for tho return of the Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
FOB SALE. .
VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOR
SALE.- ' he undersigned, desiring to leave the
Slate, offrira or aalo his OOTTuN PLANTATION, situ
ated in Georgetown District, containing 700 acres, more
or loaa. There ia on tho placo a Urge Houso, contain
ing el. lit rooms, entirely now and not quit? co . pleted;
thcro aro, also, other outbuildings and improvements
necessary to a Cotton Farm. Ho wlU sell low if appli
cation 1. made at an early dato
May 23 wftn3* Georgetown, 8. 0.
FOR SALE-A GOOD MILCH C?W.-A?'
I _T at i?o. 35 Smith street.
_May ii_1*_H. M. MAGWOOD.
11VVO MILKING GOATS AND TWO ICIOS
. FOR 8ALE, at No. 11 MILL STREET.
17U9R SALE. LEASE OR RENT, THAT
* weil known and establlshoj HOTEL, In Summer
ville, better known as "Brown's Hotel.'' For torras, ko.,
Inquire on the premises. wfiii April i
FOR SALE, THAT HANDSOME AND
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE of Mrs. CHAULES BAR
INO. at Flat Rock, N. 0.
For particulars, apply to Messrj. ROPES k KT'iNEY,
Charleston, 8. O., or to Mr II. T FARMER, J lit Rock,
N. O._ni v M_May_2l_
FOR SALE. Til.?T II V * DSt 31K: AMIIIK
StRABLE RESIDEN? L . f Mid . barios Biriiinat
Flat Rook, N. O. For parti?:ul ir,i apply t.t Messrs. KU
PER k STONEY. Charlt-Htun, S ii, of to H T PA II
MER, Kan,., Flat Rock. N C. faiwO^ May l8
ITlOR SALE.-SECO ?O BIM) i'ltlKTl.VG
J PRES8E8 AND TYPE iu good or?li?r.
Font? of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, ota
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platon, ">,x?7 luches; bed,
WORKELHAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 Indien; bed,
WA HINGTON HAND PRE98-Platon, 22J?'x28,,?
inrhos; bed, 22x30 Inches.
HOE HAND PUESS-Platon, 22*4*x?8 inches; bod, 20>4*
x31 y inches.
RWGGLK8' JOB PREHS-Slanding Sheet Presa.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Bel.
or j. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
DR. T. 'RERNSTJERNA,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
NO. 73 BROAD STREET.
tO- N. B.-DISEASES OF A PRIVATE NATURE
CURED WITH DISPATCH .?Say
DR. P. QMRVAIS ROBINSON,
KE8IDEN0E ASI) OFl-TOE
No. 23 LEGAhE MTitMi f wfraS?? May 9
BOAHD1NO. -PRIVATE BOA HDLVG.
Mr?. it. c. F is:St. V. No. lou Klug street.
Permauont, Trauslont, ?ul Day Hoarder? accommo
dai e.l. 2* May ?I
BOARD-A. SINGLE GENTLEMAN OR
Gentleman and Lady can be accommodated with
BOARD AND LODGING In a privat? family at No. 207
MEETING STREBT._rurw* . Pobrnary 19
PRIVATE HOARDING-MRS. HEVItY 8.
Omi son, No. 76 Broad Street, two (2) doora weat
of Gnard House. Permanent and Transient Boardara
accommodated. avro* May 19
8T. OBOHOK'? SOCIETY.
M EMBERSARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO
attend tho regular meeting of tho 8ocloty, to
be hold This Evening, al lialf-paHt 1; 115ht o'clock, at
Emma MoCall't?, Droad-Btrert. ti roo dooli, west of King.
0UARLE8 K. WALKER,
M?y 23 _I_ Secretary.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER HKREHY RE-ipEOTFULLY IN.
I FORMH his former patronnnnd tbepublia, thal lu?
lias removed from bin former ofllce, corner of Kleg and
IlsMi'l siroots, to
No. 10 BROAD-STRKI T.
Wileri? ho wool?! ho mest happy To serve all who may
honor liim with their biisinosH.
May M 6 PHILIP H. KT.oLER.
ssTssssaaaMssaawawssaaaasaw.a^aaaa'Sasaaa.sas.asi isin1 saw
MADAM nUMMEL RLHPEOTFULLY ANNOUNCE*
to her frloudn, and tin? public irouerally, that sh?
bas returned tn tho city, and will rr-xmno tim duties o
hnr profoKSion as teacher of tho PIANO FORTE. Wi I
also elvo loHBons In GERMAN ami FRENCH. Apply a
ZUOBAUM, YOUNO k CO.'S Music Store, No. 19l King
ut root. inn/
THE PALMETTO SWINGS BANK
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM NO. 07
Hanol-stroot, lo tho roar o? AUGUSTUS II. HAYDEN'S
Jewelry Establishment (former Htand of P. H. KEOLER,
Banker), whoro thoy will rocolvo deposits from ONE
DOLLAR and upwards D UX<Y from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.,
and on SATURDAY EVENINGS Irom G to 9 o'clock. E11
tranco on Haed-strects.
JOS. D. AIKEN, lrcHldent.
May Ti wfs3 F. A. MITCHELL, Treasurer.
THIRTY O DP VOLUMES OF THE MOST IMPOR
TANT Works of Law, comprising among tlicni RICE'S
and CONNER'S DRIEST, complote, offered for Bale at
less tlin 11 coat before the war. Tho sot aro in perfect
condition. At Mtsara. BOOERT, DENNY & Co.,
May 23 0 Stationen?, No. 103 Mcetlug-strceL
ICE CEEA?? GARDEN,
NO. 104 KING STREET,
XJ. JP. PETIT'8 OI.D STATTID.
BEB H OAKES OF ALL KINDS EVERY DAY.
Muslo Tli ?H Eveulog, from Stx o'clock until Tcu.
MRS. ELLEN TURPIN, Proprietress.
May 23 1*
R. S. MILLAR'S BAKI?R?,
ISTo. 84 MARKET
BETWEEN MEKTI1?G AND KINO.
LEMON. WINE. SEED, TRENTON, FANOY, FARINA,
Sugar, Butter. Soda, Boston and Grain m ORACK
ERS: Uiuger Nuts, Fine Pilot Broad, ko , in barrels, kegs
and boxes. Boxes assorted Crackers for iauiilieB
Country ord' rs attended to with di? patch.
May 23 1*
TWO FINE LITTLE STEAMERS.
?SO CUAN CK 8-S3 5 PER CHANCE,
rnHE HIOHE8T THROW TAKES TnE CHOICE ;
I the lowest the remaining one of tho Steamers.
LIST OPEN at ERASER'S WHARF. May 14
a?si?a?a<asaaas>wssssaaaassssaasawasaaigaaMaasMssMassaaass?i i saaaasssass
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER ANO DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES ETC.,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens District, S. C,
BEQ8 LEAVE TO INFORM THE RESIDENT8 OF
Charleston and vicinity that be has formed a busi
ness connection connection with
G. B. CHAMBERLIN,
COMMIESION MERCHANT AND DEALER IN* GBO
CERIE8, PROVISIONS. ETO ,
No. 153 EAST BAY,
And would moat rosoeotfuBy solicit the patronage of
his manv friends and acquaintances.
M-- 23_wimira o
THIS FIRST-GLASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for the
reception of tho travelling public.
G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
May 23 . 2mo
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL H?S BEIN ltr-MO
DELED aud newly re-f? riiieh d, and put lu perfect
order thrum, limn.
Tli?! travi.'llliiii 1 iib le mar re*t ass .red they will and
cnin'o' t?''lu a v>m?iioilaiiom? at 11.1?* House.
Ma? iii_lum A. U LDOE, Froprio'or.
PEN F 'R PERMANENT, DAY, OR TRANSIENT
Il;K.(IlE IM HAI.OlliV ATTACHED.
May 19_MPMK. T. M. RUTJE8. Proprietress.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THEK?ROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
throuj'hoiit. The travelling public, transient visitors, or
othera, will And in i? all tl.e luxuries ol a 11R8T-0LA8S
ESiABLIallMEMT, combiuod with tho comforts of
The location Is ono 01 the most airy and pleasant for
Bummer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
healthful exercise is attached. No pains or expense
spared to ?lvo cutlro satisfaction.
May 11 F. OPDEBEEOK.
UP. W. C?IU? & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE 80LE AGENCY OF THE
above oalebrated ALB, aokno ?lodged to be
th- best In the markot, aro now prepared to supply the
TRADE of ?.Is eily and vicinity.
Warranted to stand the climate.
For aale In barrels and half b?rrela.
May 7 / 8mo
THE UNDERSIGNED COMMITTEE RESPECTFUL
LY announce to the clUr.i?nn ?>l (marleston that a
"PROMENArE EN ERTA1NMKNT ? will bo Riven by
them, commencing This E'en<ug, lu iUu .School Room
of tho Holy Connmininii Clinic!?, o nur Cmuion and
Afhley street*?, in aid of tho Arn-o iatiuii formed for the
"Erection of a Monti m nt in comme in HIM .'on ol tho Con
federate Dead " Tlu> ?articHtly solicit tile aid of the
public in their ondravora t'> hirth? r di?' causo.
Mu?. .lolI.N* L. ANO: UM,
Una. JOS o. TAYLOR,
Mina MARIA If ANCRUM,
Kay 83 ?-'i?-? KT.I.LN CONDY.
J^ BOY'S S*? R V W II ITS 50 cts.
YOUTH'S SCHi. OLLI G.lORN STRAW HATS, 60
An excellent youth's foghorn Hat at 75 ceutj.
Super Distas Leghorn lint*, $1 r>0.
Boy'B dark brown Leghorn Hat-, ?I 25.
Children's trimmed Palm Leal Hat?, GO rent?.
Men's Leghorn, Podal ami : .mu ?bio Hats, j: GO.
Men's Leghorn Hats, 5" rens.
Men's extra (Ino Blac ighorn liait?, ?3 00.
Missis' and Infant' Fancy btntw Hats.
Boy's Black and I. alt Foil Hats, $1 to.
Men's Latgho n and Panamas cleauod.
STKKLE'S "HAT HALL,"
No. 325 KiuR street, opposite Socloty Mrtot.
MayJ?_ _ w3
EKGL1SH AND SCOTCH
I ST SAC!
228 lbs. of Poncing or Billing Wiro
25 hbia commoii Smoking Tobacco
300 lbs. choice (.>]?! brand) Killiklnick Tobacco
Engh-h Tweeds and Welsh Flannels.
For talc low, tu close coiiHl^niuont, by
R. ? PRINGLE,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Markot-st., north side, 3d door osnt of Meeting st.
May 23 w3
"LAblES" PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A LA VILLE I)E PARIS,
Southwest cor. King; & Wentworth sts.
NEW DBESS GOOD
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
108 IN. BOBINET LACE
SHIRTINGS, best brand s
SHEEIINGS. all widths
BLEACHED LINEN DRILLS -
BROWN k PLAID LINEN DRILLS
CLOTHS, CASSIMKRE, kc
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
Moy 3 lmo
The American Deodorizer & Disinfeetant
MANUFACTURED BY 1 BE BALTIMORE COMPANY,
FOItUKS ?ii CO., BALTIMORE, HD.
IT l8 UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND SWEETEN
ING the strnospbero in SICK BOOMS, HOSPITALS,
VESSELS, SINKS, OE88POOL8, PRIVIES, kc, kc.
A liberal discount allowed to the trado.
Your attention 1B respectfully requested to tbe follow
ing testimonials :
UAI.IIMOUE Feb. 8th, I860.
For an efficient and reliablo Deodorizer and Disin
fectant always ready for uso, and not liable to any
change, equally valuable In tin? pick room, and in the foul
sink, It has in my opinion no equal.
WILLIAM E. A. ATKIN,
Professor of Chemistry University of Maryland.
Dr. W. C, VAN BIBBER, who mado the report upon
"Dlbinfec'ant*" to the National Sanitary and Quarantine
Coiive?iti??n of l8 >!>, says ? f Hil? article :
"It is tbn bot deodorant of vhtcb I havo any knowl
edge int. It evidently answers the purpose. 2d. It is
, ?lorinna itself. Hat, It is easily kept and mamgr-d. 4th.
It la comparatively cheap, it is a mixture of the beat
simule deodorizers known to ?cionce, and tbo experi
ments mado With It provo tho proportional combination
to bo a good one to effect the purpose intended."
For other distinguished tealimonlals see circular.
For sale by . PRATP k WIi.B >N BROS.,
Wholesale Agents for tbo Stato, No. 238 King-street,
Charleston, 8, O, and at all Drug Stores.
May ai " mwf2mo
T TT TT1
P1U BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1352137, and 139
Corner or Market street,
ARE NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ARE FUB
PHELAN & COLLENDER'S
UNDER THE 8UPKRINTEDEN0E OF
MR. II. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MR. PHELAN'8 ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YORK.
H. P. BINNS 8s CO.,
THOS. E. DALWIOK,
CABINBP ill AIC KU AND UNDERTAKER,
NO. 571 KING-STIIEET.
IS PREPARE? TO FURNISH F0NERAL8 WITH
Colttna, of Tarions styles and qualities; Glass
Hearses and first-class Coaches.
REPAIRS FURNITURE, AND KEEPS ON HAND A
select supply of new and second-hand Furniture, manu
factures Mat tremes of moss, wool, and cotton.
N. B-All calls attended p.-reonally, at any hour, day
or night, lmo May 10