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C?ittWON DAILY SEWS,
Q. R. OATHCARTi Edi'O*.
?ATHCART, McMlLTAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET
DAILY- TKM.B MONTHS.,.* ?*
BIN?LE OOPIK9.5 cent?
TOFEW8 DEALERS.3 cent?
LAUGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY.
? TUB LIST OF LKTTBB8 re
mai Min? In the I?oatotn?ie at tho end
ol euoh week is publisne?.-! a>illcii?lly
in. THB3 DAILY 7MJC"WS overy Fri
Selma, Ala.,haa taken tho Court Houso from
Tho Kivor Warrior hau riien at Tuacaloosa a
trillo ovu- 40 feet.
Tho t ixable real oatato of Montgomery is esti
mated at $8,000,000.
General Sweeney looks upon Stephens, tho great
Ionian Head Centre, as a *py >u En lish employ.
KobriBko. will vote on a Btato Constitution on
the 2d of June.
Gen. Stoneman has madd a irp?rt relativo to
tho Memphis riot, in which ho charges tho negroes
with bi ing the aggressors.
A mooting was held on tho 14th instant, at Me
ridian, Mississippi, for tho purpose of forming a
joint Btock cotton manuficturing company.
A package of jack-knives made in 17G5, turned
np ia Now Haven, Connecticut, las' Saturday, and
was sold at auction. One of them was Bent to the
The annual Episcopal Diocesan Convention ot
Toimesseo met at Bolivar on tho 14th inat. The
Convention sermon was prcachod by ltev. J. A.
WnEELocK, D. D., rector of Grace Church, Mem
Thcro is a woman living in Lancaster, Erio
county, Now York, in who?c etoniaou a sdqUo has
taken up its abode?bo the physicians havo de
cided. Two years ago a enako, one yard long,
was removed from tho stomach of a Now York
volunteer soldier, while stationed in a Southern
Tho Louisville Courier's sanctum, it appears,
was honored recently by tho presence of Hon.
Henry S. Footis. Ho soems to bo in a good stato
of preservation and in good Uoalth. Ho informed
the Courier that ho intends to make tho neighbor
hood of Louisvillo his futuro residence. Wo con
gratulate tho good pooplo of that cily on so dis
tinguished an acquisition.
' It is understood that the Socrotary of War, upon
General Quant's recommendation, will iesuo in a
few days an order mustering out all the remain
ing white and colored organizations in service.
All officers of tho volunteer medical corps, except
thogo on duty with the Freodmen's Bureau, will
also be honorably mustered out on tho 1st prox.
It is announced that "Goncral F. D. Hcwai.t, in
at this time* engaged in making an inspection of
the Freodmou'a Btiroau in North Carolina, by
order of General Howard ;" and it ia added, that
" his report will no doubt toll a different atory
from that of the President's inspectors," Generals
STEEDMANandFuu^EttTON. Thereportof theselat
tor gentlemen has given great oflonco to the Rad
The Washington City papers spoak in high com
mendation of a Miss Minnie Ream, na n "talented
youug artist of Cincinnati." They eay : "She ia
a clerk in tho Postoilice Department. She has for
two yoara past been a pupil In tho studio of Clark
Hills, where abo spends several hours daily aftor
leaving her desk in the Department, at which she
works from 8 o'clock A. M. till 3 P. M. Her Indian
Girl, and some of her bustB,bave been highly com
mended, and art critics say she is making remark
able progress in the profession."
A telegram.from Washington, of the 18th, saya:
"The fact has been developed that upwards of
$400,000 Government monoy, by some means or
another, were placed last summer in tho hands of
& man named Oablton, and by him used in the
purchase of cotton, which was then aelliog at
seventy cents a pound. The cotton was co -sign
ed to a firm in New York for sale, whon the price
of the article suddenly fell to forty-fivo cents, and
tho reeult waB that tho firm failed, and the Gov
ernment lost nearly half a million of dollars.
Couaiderablo curiosity is manifested to learn hy
-what authority the monoy was originally placed
in Carlton's hands for such investmout."
The Mobile Da?g Tribune, of the 19th, eayB tho
folio wing?iffioial order from Gen. Woods sufficient
ly explains iuelf:
He adqu art ebb Department of Alabama,)
>. M?dile, Ala., May 17, 186G. \
Special Orders No. 81.
* * # *
II. In compliance with instructions from the
President of the United ist ate?, it is horoby direct
ed lhat Baphael Semmes be not permitted to
hold or exercise tho functions of Judge of the
Probate Court of Mobile County, or any other civil
or political office of trust, while he remains un
pardoned by tho President.
r ? * * * *
Bv order of Brevet Major-General Charles R
"Woods/ A. RAMSEY NININGElt,
Tho Waablngton Star Bays: "Tho statement made
in somo of tho newspapers yoaterday that the
President has ordered tho arrest ot all officers of
the Freedmen's Bureau engaged in cultivating
lands in the Sontb, goes a little too far. Tho
President has directed Majeir-Oenoral Howard to
causo tho arrest of overy olficor or the Bureau in
North Corolina who la engaged or pecuniarily in
terested in tho cultivation of plantations, and
Brigadior-Genoral W. E. Strong has boon dis
patched to exocuto the order. Judge Adv?calo
Genoral Holt has bcon instructed hy tho Presi
dent to make out charges and specifications
against these officers, with a viow ?to their tria*
before a court martial."
The Mohle Tribune ot tho 19th has the follow
ing : "The caso of Watson & Co., Steers & Co.,
and Boone &. Co., against tho owners of tho
steamer Belfast, was docided in tho Ohy Court,
Judge Chamberlain presiding. Tho plaintiffs
sued tho owners of the lMfast on the admiralty
docket for the value of thirty-five bales ot cotton,
oaptured from tho boat by guerillas last fill, and
belonging to plain tifiV, holding the tu rtip lisible-,
under the bills of Udi -g, as common c-triiVrr, for
' its delirery. The case hacheen boioro thn e -?art
for about A wcok, and the result of tho trial was
looked forward to with ?ouuidmbl? iutorest.
Judge E. S. Daiioan appcarod (or tho plaintiffs.
Wm. BoYLKA, Esq., for defendant?. Vcrdiot for
In tho United States Circuit Court at Indianapo
lis, on the 15th, an important euit was decided.
B. & 8. OorriN. packers, sued tho Indianapolis
and Cincinnati Railroad for delay in tho transpor
tation of pork to Now York, by oonaequenco of
?hielt thoy woro heavy losors. The road not up
in defonco that the delay waB occasioned by the
government taking poscssiou of tho road for the
transportation of troops. A verdict waB rendered
by tho jury in favor of tho plaintiffs, which settles
tho responsibility of railroads lor dilatory trans
portation. Tho damages in tliiu caso wero Htnall,
but an important principle was involved. Emi
nent legal talent waB employed on both Hide?,
and it will bo followed by similar buHb for dama
ges to largo amounts.
Tho Cincinnati Commercial of tho 17 ty Hays :
"The non-Episcopal Methodist Conventio/i of the
United Statea adjourned sine die last evening,
alter Bitting oight daye. During that timo their
proceedings wero marked by a Bpiritofuiiatiiiruty
upon tho iasucs at Btake, and upon tho wholo,
great fairness characterize.I tho rulings of tho
body. Tho baBie of union which is a romodeling
of tho old discipline in all by tho different denomi
nations, was adopted.after a careful deliberation,
but whothcr it will prove successful practically
tho futuro alono can determino. lu tho main it
probably will, bb r,ho perplexing .question of alavery
is Bet tied by the results of tho war ; and the ques
tion of aecrot socioties was passed over with a
tucit understanding that it was uot to bo allowed
to ntand in tho way of a harmonious union. The
probability of union with tito mother church?the
Episcopal branch?secnia as rouioto aa ever, but
Bomo of the ahrowdeat observers regard it as a
matter more probable and near than tho mani
io?tationa ?oom to indicate."
i The Cincinnati Commercial of tho 17th eaya:
"Tho St. Chailcs, on its way up from Louisville
yesterday morning, waa boarded, at Warsaw, by
a couplo who seemed to he in considerable haste,
and who wero immediately followed by Bcvoral
others, ladies and gentlemen, who seemed deci
dedly opposed to thoir departure Captain Mar
tin, the gentlemanly commander of the boat, was
aoen obliged to notify tho party that thoso who
desired to romain at Warsaw would havo to land
again, aa ho would bo compelled to Btart. Thia
brought out quito an animated discussion, from
which it appeared that the couplo who had flr6t
made their appearanco?Dr. Brown and Miss Gro
vek, a daughter of Senator Grovkr?had taken
passage with tho intention of coming to thia city
to bo united aa man and wife, and that several
persona opposed to tho idea had followed them
down. Tho lovera were rosolute, and despite tho
opposition, proceeded on their way to thia city?to
return homo a married couplo."
The Wilcox (Ala.) Netos has been at some tron
blo to inqniro concerning tho true condition of tho
crops iu that county, and has ascertained that tho
cor?i crop hns been materially injured by tho bnd
worm. In many localities this inaect has destroy
ed wholo Holds of ?torn, and tho consequence is
that many of the planters will be compelled to re
plant their crop i if they expect to get a "atand."
Somo havo already replanted. Tho causo of tho
appearance of these worms is attributed to tho
heavy raina that havo continued to dronch our
land for somo weeks pa?t. Tho warm nnd genial
Bunshino is the only remedy againat them, but
which, from present appearances, we are not
likely soon to havo. Should thoso worma disap
pear in a ehort timo, and tho corn be left free
from other insects, we may oxpect a pretty fair
crop. The cotton and other crops aro doing very
well. Wo have heard cf no in Jury being done to
them, and tho prospect is now good for a fair
crop. Thia, however, depeuda in a groat moaeuro
open tho promptnooa of tho freedmeu to carry
out their co itracta; they have, so .far, worked
faithfully, and with a d?termination to do thoir
duty. Should they continuo to labor as they have
commenced, wo may oxpect a very fair crop of
oorn and cotton.
HT J. ' communications intended tor ? ublicationin
tait journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
S. G. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the oath,
THUR8DAY MORI .'/NO, MAY 34, 1866.
A few years ago Turkey was considered
the nick man of Europe. Now it would ap
pear Austria has assumed that role. Hor con
stitution never was considered very good ; in
fact, it may be said she had no constitution,
until a comparatively recent period. The
Italian War a few years ago proved this
point boyond a doubt. The ancient powor of
the proud old House of IIapsburo reoeived
a shook from which it probably will never
recover. The Iobs of,, her Italian provinces
was in itsolf no Biunll matter, but the injury
reoeived by tbis partition of the constituent
provinces of tho Empire was far greater, in
directly, ia the influence it exeroiaed upon
her neighbors,?demonstrating to th?m that
Austria was no longor the gigantic and
formidable power Bhe Mad been for centu
ries, and that territory scoured by solemn
treaty was wrested from hor at the point of
the sword, without other plea or pretext thin
that these provincos belonged to another na
tionality, and preferred being ruled by a
sovereign of Italian blood.
Here, therefore, was the great trouble. It
set tho example, and gavo encouragement to
the diaoontonted "nationalities;" and tho
whole Empire of Austria is made up of suoh.
The Emporor and his Government have
found it necessary to adopt or more concilia
tory policy towards these patriotic peoples.
Separate constitutions and diets have been
offered some of them. But the question of
fors innumerable difficulties of a most per
Thore are no less than four great ethno
graphical divisions among the leal subjeots
of Francis Joski'h The German, the Magyar,
the lui inn und Slavonic. Of thooc>,*tho Germans
undoubtedly occupy the first position; and
their language and distinguishing oharao
teriidios for yoaro havo been making silent
hut utoady inroads into the domains of the
Magyar and Slave province*. The Italian
mi i not be brought under this influence-. He
and the Teuton will not commingle. Henoe,
tho coparatiOn of Venotio, the lost Italian
prov?noo of tho Empiro, ?b a loregone oonolu
eion, and only a quostion of '.imo.
Austria oounta iifteon dist'u?t nnt onnlitieo, ?
oaoh bonsting its own diatiiut tongue, nnd
ouch of thoBO languages hating its dopond
ent dialects. Indeed, comparativo philolo
gists and ethnographers divUo the Empiro
into 120 eopnrate groups of naionnlitics, aud
as many as 20U0 lingual gpups. Of tho
;5G,000,000 of Austrian peculation, over
15,000,000 aro of tho Slavonic nee. These nvo
daily attaching moro importffitw to tho pro
sorvation of their lauguag.) ni<\ customs,?in
othoi- words, manifest a do sire for autonomy.
By dint of hard work nud long agitation, tho
loading mon in Prnguo havouuoompli.sbod
much in this direction. Tho C/.ichs (in liuho
mia) aro quito onthusiustic in their patrio
tism, and rocently havo succootbd in having
thoir languago acknowledged hy Imperial
odiotj so that now it aud tho Gerinnn lan
guages aro on an oquality in tho Uuivorsity
Thoso conciliatory moasuren, in tho hands
of a wiso ministry, may do much towards
healing ancient bronchos and jouUuk?os; but
wo oinnot help thinking that tlio "nationali
ty" tendency is much moro centrifugal than
centripetal. Subdivision must continuo to
go on. It is tho natural outgrovlh of this
democratic century. Bat soonorur lalor this
oyclo must pass away, und anotlitr fioutinen
tal revolution will produae a new nrruugo
ment of tho map, which shall show tho num
ber of independent sovereigns to havo boon
very materially roducotl. VVhotter or not
wo nro ovon now on tho vorgo of that now
ora, we shall not undertake to my, never
having allowed ourselves to indulge much in
But to roturn to tho Austria of to-day. Her
filiations, aro, and for yoars have been, in
a Btato bordering on bankruptcy. A war
A war with $uch nn exchequer cannot bo
very doBirablo. There is too much disloyalty
and intor-provincial joalousy among her
army and people, as already remarked, to
allow of any sanguine calculations upon tho
issue of a war. It is evident that both Prus
sia and Italy understand tho situation, and
are not disinclined to tako advantage of it.
Last advices from Europe present war as
imminent now?all but unavoidable. Busi
ness of all kinds is much depressed in conse
quence, and wo may expect overy stcamor to
bring us accounts of 'rosh failures. And wo
foar this financial panic will not remain on
the other Bide of the Atlantic. It must inevi
tably reach us, and that beforo very long.
JUT?. JAMES STEPHENS. /
We givo a large space of our paper this
morning to the epoocli of Head Centro Ste
phens, the father of and founder of Fenian
ism. Howover we may differ with him in
many of his views, and howovor impractica
ble we may coneidor bis plnns for liberating
Ireland and ameliorating tho condition of his
countrymen, we cannot but feel interested in
the career of an earnest patriot, who has suf
forod poranmition and oaUo lu 11)0 support of
his cause. Wo may think him mistaken in
his opinions, but we cannot refuse him respect
and sympathy. Those are* due to any man,
who honestly and steadfastly upholds, at auy
sacrifice, tho principles which he considors
just and right. True, the English Press de
nounces him in no measured terms,?but to
bo a rebel is no unpardonable sin in our eyes.
The purest and tho best in all ages have boon
charged with this orime. We should, there
fore, be slow to condemn a man, or evon al
low ourselves to be prejudiced agaipst him,
because his enemies call him hard names, and
impugn bin motivos.
What has added still more to the interest
of everything relating to Mr. Stephens, are
the many romantio circumstances and inci
dents connected with his recent imprison
ment, osoapo, myetorious concealment and
flight. Mr. Stephens is entitled to a bear
ing, and wo cheerfully accord it to him.
APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE.
The National Intelligencer, speaking of the
approaching doutions, says :
*'Th<- effort of Congress touttorly rosiBt Andrew
Johnson and his Cabinet iu their policy has no
precedent in its wanton, reckless, and profligate
Hostility to constitutional and legal forms, in tho
history of deliberativo bodies .in givornmenta of
fixed poworB tho world over, atfauy period.
"The issue is now directly joined between the
Presidont and Congress. The tribunal of appeal
is the people. Uudor theao circumstances it can
not, of course, be expected hy tho people of the
country that the enemies of tbo President in Con
gress aro to control his appointments or dispenso
hia patronago, Tho control of such matten-.i has
now reverted to the people. As of old, the load
ing men iu the States, snch aB tiovcrnors who are
friendly to tho President, distinguished soldiers,
members of State legislatures, eminent member?
of tho Bar and Bench, and prominent citizens in
other callings, not in public lifo, will bo able to
oxort that influence in respect to national ap
pointments, which cannot but be healthful and
purifying in politics. At any rate, the control of
Congress will, of course, he for tho most parteus
pended, excopt as it regarda those members who
aeek to restore union, peace, and general pros
Lauoens Railroad.?Tho Laurenlvillo Herald
of the 18th aays : " We woro reminded of the times
when wo had railroad connection with the outaido
world, a fow days since, by tho pleasant sound of
Mr. Crawfobd's ongine whistle on tho Laureas
Railroad. The sound was pleasant, as an indica
tion that tho work of ropaira on tho road had
begun in earnest, and that Dr. Bex. 8. James,
tho lessee, was not idle. " Push forward the work
by all moans. Who will hositato to furniah tim
ber to relay tho road??tin.her is all that is now
" Dr. James Is cor.fidont that by the middle ol
June ho will be able to run the trains regularly ae
far as Martin's Depot, from which point hacks
will connect with the trains to oarry passengers
to and from Nowberry. Wagons will also bo pro
cured to transport freight iu connection with tho
railroad, until it ia entirely completed. In a fow
days hacks will bo run regularly three timee per
week, and in a short lim? daily. Until th? train?
commence running, tho hack will run th* entire
distance between this placo and Nowberry. After
that time, it will connect .with the railroad as il
an . mm
What length ought alatU'a crinoline tobe? A
litt?o above two feet. s?W ?. f .
AYOIINO MAN JUST UKl'UKNKD FHOM
College. dealros His situation rf TEACHER of
Jlaaslcs In a small school.
N. B.?A >ight BlIjooI preferred. Addroes J. D." at
llila offlce._2*_May 24
ANTltO. A lloo.il, IN~TnE CENTRA'.
portion of tho city, suitable for a rh- Melon's
Offleo. Addruss Box 169._2*_May 2?
WASTI'.n, A "WHITE SBUVANT TO DO
ttio housework for a fatnl'y of two persons. Ap
ply at No. 4* SUtlETY^TREET, between 12 auel 1
WANTED. IMMEDIATELY, A STOKE
ON KINO STREET, between .society ami Mar
ket streets, or Hanoi or Market RlroetB. AdelrcsB, in
peraoa, T. V. ELLSWORTH, Pavillon llotol.
WANTKO, A WOMAN TO COOK AfVO
WASH for a Fiuall family, lteloroiiooa rrquiroil.
To n couip? li-nt person goed wage? ami a pe-riuaiifiit
nltuatlon will bo civon. Inquiru at No. 2 HadcliQc
atrt-ut, oppoulto Ht. l'atiick'B church.
WANT MO. TEN OH Flt/TBRN II?>E
HANDS on a Plautatlon 4!-; milos from Oborlca
ton. $:i per weeh, anil good rations. Pay every Satur
day aftornoon. tneptlro o? MKHRTENS b WOHLT
MANN, No. 1S7 Hart Uay. 2 May 24
WAN'l'Kl). A CAPABLE CHILD'S NUtlSE.
Good rufereneea roqulrod. Ooloroa preferred.
Apply h MithcHt corner Pitt aud Vandorhorst-struot.
\*7ANT- D?A HOUSE SUHAUliK ??[lit A
YV'small family. Any porsou having such a ono can
find a good teuant, by aelilroaalng K. L., Box 238 P. O.,
stating tonna aud location. 2*_May 23
WANTEO. A WHITE WOMAN TO WASH
and dow for a ?mill family. Apply at this Uflioo,
or la Murkot-ntreot, (,:) 1) Xbird door east of Mct-tiug
Btrcct. 3 May 23
WANTED, A HkALTHY WET NURSE,
ono without a child preferred. Apply a*. No. 47
Cburlotlc-strcct. 6* May 18
WANTKO, nO,0OO AGENTS, TO KNGntiE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
r.iiKlnoiB entirely new. Ko jewelry or agency hiunliug.
f^OO tj $fiOH PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, ninln and female, having a fow hours doily to
aparo, hIiaiIiI h- nd for parlicul'ird.
Address, ?lth Htnmp, O. W. JACKBON k CO ,
Postofllco Box No. 1348, Bultlmoro, Mel.
May 18 _lmo
a GENTLEMAN, KUUHKHIiV AN OF
i\_ FIOKK of tho Quartermaster's Dopartmcnt, U. 3.
A., thoroughly acquale ted with tho routlno of tlio vurl
eni'i BepartoiontB ut Wa?binRtoD, oiTcra iiis ncrvices iu
ttic adjustment uf c alms against ttio Oovcrnrncut.
Oovcrumcut Securities of all kinds bought and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD & MATHEWK8.
May 3 lmo No. 31 fi Broad-stroot.
TO BENT, &o.
TO RENT. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply at thlB office._0*_May 24
?ril> UKW, FIVE ROOMS ON KINO-ST.,
JL ntar Broad. a-iitablo fora family or sleeping rooms.
Apply at No. 119 Mcttlng-ttroet. a* May 24
TORIENT. A COMFORTABLE TWO ANO
A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-stroet.
Apply at No 35 Broad street _ May 23
TO RENT. TWO PLEASAVTLY SITUAT
ED FRONT ROOMS, with good kitchen accommo
dations. Apply on the premises, No. 173 Coming-street,
near Cannon. 3 May 23
TO KENT, IN BROAD-STREET, A NEAT
COTTAGE, fluata-ile for a small family?furnished
or unfurnished. Rent moderate. Apply at this Office.
May 10 t _
TO RENT.?THE OB81RABLE STORE
No. 157 Meetlng-streot, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tho premises. April 18
1M> RENT.?THAT DESIRABLE RKSI
. DENUE located at corner Meeting street and Liglt
wood Alley. Apply to JaMES It. PRLNGLE,
May 21 tuths No. 10 Adgor's North Wnarf.
FOR RENT??TWO ROOMS, A URGE
PARLOR. FURNISHED, and KITCHEN, delight
fully situated on Kouth Bay, for a very moderate cum.
Apply at this Offleo tnth May 22
FOR RENT.?A COMPORTA RLE HOUSE
In tho village of Hummcrvllle, with every neces
sary outbuilding, situated in tho contrai part, not far
from Brown's Hotel.
For terms, apolv at this OQ??o. tnth Mtvi!
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
STRAYED, FROM GADSDEN'S GREEN,
on Tuetday of this week, a large rod and white
Bpottcd M1I>K OOW, with broad horns, belonpiug to
May 24 1*_JAjfjW POWER.
STOLEN, ON MONDAY NIGHT, THE ?1ST
instant from alongside the Brig "Wlcopce," at Van
derhorst's Wharf, 14 LOGS OF TIMBER. A liberal re
ward will be paiel for tbelr return by Captain H. D.
I.E.. A NI), Master of Biig '-Wlcopeo * May 23
LOST, A SMALL. BLACK AlaD TAN LON
DON TJ.RRIER, with acollar round his neck;
strayed from promise? corner of fcouth anel Eft Battery.
A ll'-oral roward will bo given Jlf returned tei tli* above
mentioned premises, and no questions naked.
May 22 8
rOST, A MALACCA CANE.IVOuY HEAD.
j GOLD BAND, market "Oa. t. D. R. Hunt iron?
Wra. Beiden." A liberal rewsr-3 wlU bo paid if deliver
de at my ofBce, No. 43 East Bay. 1). R. HUNT,
May 16_Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
LOST, WHILE RIDING FROM THE
Mills Honae t? the Arsenal aud back, a small GOLD
WATOU. enamelled, with Chain and Looket attached.
Any person finding tho same aud returning it to the
offlce of tho Mlliu Uouno will be liberally rewarded.
?bAT/"? REWARD-STOLEN FROM MY
inj'JxJ atable on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
Charleston, on tho Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of tho 18th. a SMALL BLACK HORSE MOLE, vith a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shotl and
paces. Fifty dollars rcw-ird wUl be paid for the appr?
hension of tho Mule anel the thief, or half of tho amount
for the return of tho Mulo. N. H. GUSTON.
FOR SALE A BARGAIN, A SMALL HOUSE
AND LOT, No. 39 9c Ptifllp-street, above Cal
houn-s reet. Apply at Nos. 43 and 47 ST. PHILIP.
TWO MILKING GOATS AND TWO KIDS
FOR SALE, at No. 11 MILL STREET.
May 22 3*
HOUSE AND LwT?AT PRIVATE SALE,
a HOUSE AND LOT in lower part of tho city,
convenient to East Bay, coutalniog 4 rooms and pantry.
On the promises is a nice now cittern, with a handsome
garden attiolied, moasnrfjig In front 40 feet, and In
depth 120 ftot. Terms accommodating App.y to
May 12 Btnth? No. 186 Moating street
FOR SALE.?SECOND HAND I'RINTING
FRESSES AND TYPE in good ordor.
Fonts of BourgeriA, roar!, Nunparel], Mfnion, etc
8MITH HAND PRESS?Platen, 32>ix27 incheB; bed,
WORKEL HAND PRESS?Platen, 22x23 inches; bed.
24)? x35?i inchea.
WA-HINGTOJi HAND PRE88?Platen, 22J4'x2S,'4'
inrhoa; bed, WxSC inches.
HOE HAND PBESS-PJaten, 22^x28inches; bed, 20V
x31 % inchea.
RUG?LES' JOB PRESS-Blandtng Shoot Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
Or J. W. MCMILLAN,
May 8 _ At this Offlce.
BOARD WANTED, WITH A PRIVATE
FAMILY, for a gontleinsn, wlfo and child. Will
furniih tho apartment. Mnst be within flvo minutes'
walk of the Poitoflko. Address, or apply to "E. K. B.,"
No. 250 KING STREET, in the bond. 2* May 24
DR. W. II. BAILEY,
FFIOE NO. 34 WENT WORT U-STREET.
Residence No. 03 TRADD-STREET.
May 17 thstui?
DR. MIDDLETON MICHEL,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, No. 37 TRADD-STREBT,
DKTWKEN MEETING AND CaURCH-8TBZET8.
DR. MIOHEL MAY DE 00N8ULTED FROM 7 TO 9
A. M.. 1 to 4 and 8 to 0 P. M.
April 28 atuthlS
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY SCHOOL,
YOBKY?LLE, S. C.
THE SECOND SESSION OF 18G6 WILL BEGIN r>N
tho loth of JVSli, and end on tho 16th of NOVEM
BER " ** ?*
Tntus.?For Tuition. Books, Stationary, ko.. Board
ing, Fool. Light?, and Washing, $116 per^easlon, pay
able In ad vaneo. In specie or tbo equivalent
Circulara containing full information may be seen at
this office, or may bo kad on application to
?_ . ; A. GOWABD,
BonrlTlDf Principal and rroprlstor.
tof 17 thmC ,
A N EXTRA MrKTlNO OF THK OITT COUNCIL
3 wlil bo hold This Pay, at G o clock P. M., In Oouu
HChsmbor. By order. W. II. PHITtT,
May 24_1_O ork ol Conncll.
OUI H CAROIilNA mis -mic O KN EVO
rMK MONTHLY .IKITIN? WILL UK HELD IN
Masnnlo Holl, Thit Evening, tho 21th lnat., at
;ii!ht o'clock, a general attoiidatiM is requested, os
nsincKi of Importance will be presented.
Hv onlor of tho President.
Hey 4 - * W A. WILSON, f-ecroUry.
0'?1> SA VIC THK. (JUKKM WS
IUIEOHAllLE-eTON OIS'CI.K, F. U, WILL HOI D A
Meilini: st MnH'-nii'. 11*11, corner Km and Wont
rortli air?ete. This Evening, at hull-past Sovon 'clock
> M. Punctual :itl' ndain o is dctdred, as buvini sh of
niiiiiriiiiii'c will bedteeueetd.
By order: JOHN J. SINNFTT,
Mav 21 1* _ Mecietnry.
IIOl'K PIlll? KNOI.'vK. COMPANY.
A TTI.N 'A-. iXTMl SHKKTIVfl OF YOU It COM
AL I* vN Y, 7Vi.A ight. a? :hc Kngta? House, at 8 o'clock,
i punrtiial [itteiiilnn.e Ho ,uo>tfd.
By ontor. Dn La MO ITA CANTER,
Muy 94 1 Btcrotary H. F. E. Co,
M 188 ANNE OLEAIl, MILLINER, nAS REMOVED
fruui t^o 171 Coming Street to -*o 695 KIiir street,
our Soon obovo Morris ?tree!, 3* May 21
pnE BOBSORIBKR HKUB lY RE-PECT^ULLY IN.
I FORMS hi? tonner )>:?r< oiigHit? Uu< public, that ho
ias removed froto h * former office, corner of Klug ond
laeol Btrcels, to
No l-l DROAD-STBEI T.
rYber.? bo would m* bicst happy to serve all who may
iimor him with iheir busiucfcs.
May 22 0 PI.'ILIP H. KEGLER.
THE -OPAUrM?itjiniI' HERETOFORE EXISTING
1 nnder the name of OOLCOOK, McOAi LEY k MAL
LJY Im il.Im day dissolved by mutual conxcut ol all
partir?. Mr. JOHN COLOOCK, Coumiisalou Merchant,
ut Charleston, f. 0., is hop ?lined our uguut to liquid?t?
all uusetUed lu:si:.ess. Any person having demanda
imninbt tin- firm ?rill pie.ii? pr?tent to lrn; and all per
sons indebted to it will p care make payment to him lu
CuiirlcRton; to Mr. D MALLOY, in ChBraw, 8. C. ; or to
Mr. T. R. McCALLEY, in Huut?vllle, Alabama.
SitfUSH*) C. J. COLCOCK.
T. 3. McOALLEY,
May 22 tilths_P. MALLOY._
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED
a Copartnership under tlio styl? of It. W. GALE &
CO., for conducting the Oarrrlago Business, ??id a Gen
eral Commission aud Auction BuslnoHs. at tho old
Carri ige Btaud o? lt. W. Galo, No?. 45 and 48 Wontworth
fltr.,.t. It W. GALE,
GEO. O. UOBINSON.
Oharleaton May C, I860. tuthsO May 15
JAMAICA RUM AND WHISKEY
FU8T RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT LOW
Canks and cases of CLAPET WINE.
Barrels and c.b-:h ?t JAMAICA BUM.
A froeh lot of GlBcON'ci WHISKEY.
P. O. KERRIGAN,
May 24 3 No. 80 Market-st.
WEST l8Z?S? BET^&o?VE? ?EWY0RK.'
GEO. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE BOLE AGENCY OF THE
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to be
tb" beat in the market, nro unw propared to supply tho
TRAIH' of this city and vicinity.
Warranted to pUnd tho climate.
For aale in barrels and half borr?is.
May 7 . .Imo
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES ETC.,
No. 110 EAST BAY,
COKNEIl OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
May 2a _
CHOICE LICHJORS, ALES, WINES, ta,
L, F. GOODWIN,
No. 58 Went-worth-street,
OPPOSITE MILITABY HALL.
F BEE LUNCH FKOM 11 A. M. TO 1 P. M., AND
FROM 8 TO I] P. M., EVi?RY DAY.
The ?nest quality of ICE CIIKAM served at aUhours
in the Gardon attached to this Establishment.
Coreo all and refresh youraolves. May 12
THIS FIR.?T-CLA8S HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for the
reception of iho travolllog publio. "
G. McGINLEY, Proprietor.
May 33 2mo
THIS FIR9T-0LA8S HOTEL HAS BEEN RE-MO'
DELED and newly re-furnished, and put In perfect
Tho travelling publio may rest assnred they will find
comfortable accommodations at this House.
May 23 Imp_A. B. LUCE, Proprio'or.
PEN FOR PERMANENT, DAY, OR TRANSIENT
IUB-CREAM SALOON ATTACHED.
?S- TERMS REASONABLE.
May 19 Mdmk. T. M. RUTJES. Proprietress.
P. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL 18 NOW OPENED ON THE EDROPEAN
PLAN. It has bcon remodelled aud refurnlahed
throughout. The travelling pnn'lc, transient vlnitors, oi
others, will ?ml in i, all tin luxuries ot a FlRST-OLABti
ErtiAbLlsHMENT, combined with the comforts ol
Tho location is one o: the most airy and pleasant foi
summer. A Billiard Salocn for tbe lovers of till?
healthful exercise is attached. No pains or oxpoose
spared to give entire satisfaction.
May 11_F. OPDEBEECK.
SHOES &_ BOOTS.
KE8PECTFDLLY INFORMS HI8 FrtinxPS ANB
the community tbat ho has opemd a ?'ranch ol
business In the bulldlog oornor of Kuiii and aiarket
streets, known as Adgcr'a Wig f-'Um, ?her?* he has on
hands lame a?sortmont of LADiu?', M.BsEa' ANB
GENTLEMEN'S SHORH AND BOOTS it reduoed
prices. tuth*2moa AprU 10
PER ETXHI..-X- 33. SOTJDEB?
OPENING THIS MOUNING.
p/w\ IBS ASSORTED CONFECTIONERY?BN
r)\J\J tlroly Irtsh arid o? superior quality. Such
?ose, Lemon, Raspberry, aud Vanilla Gum Drops,
i ' h i 'c * ut m Orean >i ope,
CIikcoI.ii.- and Itoae Crea si Alnjonds,
Bruwn Il-r t Alinouds,
1 Iqn r 1) hi'.ci-h,
Creuru lia ?.
Cry-laliH d Fruits,
lijniio ?hint ion a, fed ?Vo
Wbolcbiiiotitid Uiti.il ut
VON HANTEN'S I?A/.AAR,
No. 290 King-itrect, thleo doors below Wcutworth.
May 2? _ _l_
I'M FAMILY SOAK!
CHEAP FAMILY SOAPS !
ALARftE AND COMPLETE ASSORTM1N1* OF
CHEAP F \MII.Y SOAPS from iho celobrated I. C.
HULL k bON'S Manul'iiemry, ha? just been received at
VON BANTERS JBAZAAR,
And selliog at FIVE, TliN, FIFTEEN, TWENTY and
TWBNTV-b'IVE CENTS per cuke, rmd by tho bar at
FIFTEEN, IWEN1Y ami TWEN'TV-1'IVE OENTt) and
uiiwnr ih. Bythodozeu cakoH or bars will be bold still
CAV1TLE SOAP, in bars; ?OSE; ALMOND; PALM;
MAGNUM HONEY; MAGNUM ULYCERINh; MAM
Mo'lH WIMlKOli; TRAN8FABKNT CAKE SOAP;
HOTEL WINDSOR SOAP: KNICKERBOCKER SHAV
ING .SOAP, in bare for barber's uso; MILITARY SHAV
VUtUENA, ROHE, ORANGE and CAMPHOR SOAP,
for the Toilet, kc
For sale, wholesalo acd retail, at .
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 290 KING STREET,
May 24 3 doors be-low Wentwo'rtb street.
CHOICE LAW LIBRARY.
THIRTY ODD VOLUMES OF TQE MOST IMPOR
TANT Works of Law, comprising among tnem RICE'S
and CONNER'.^ DIGEST, complete, off?rod for sale at
leas than cost beforo tho war. Tho sot aro in perfect
condition. At Mtssra. BOGERT, DENNY fc CO.,
May 23 C Stationer?. No. 1C3 Mcetlng-Btrcet.
(SUCCE8SOR TO HORSEY, AUSTEN k CO.,)
hats m\ mm> goods,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 25 H A. YNE-ST..
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LADIES' AJSTX> 15s?LTSSES'
SEASIDES, HOODS, &c., &c., &c.
GENT'S AND BOY'S
F?R, WOOL AND STRAW HATS.
May 17 _thsin
S. I J. COKIIETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLINERY UOODS,
NO. 263 KING-ST., OPP. HA8EL, CHARLESTON, S. 0.r
Country orders tilled with neatness and dispatch.
April 3 tuths 2mo
"LADIES" PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sta
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth. ste.
May 3 _' lmo
108 IN. BOBINET LACE
SHIRTINGS, beat branda
?HEK'l IN'GH, all widths
BLEACHED LINEN DRILLS
BROWN * PLAID LINEN DRIL' S
CLOTHS, OASSIMKRE, kc.
A LA VILLE DE PARiS,
. No. 291,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 ln?o
PHELAN BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 135! 127, and 139
MEETING STREET, ,
Corner of Market street,
ARE NOW OPEN TO THE PDBLIO. THEY ARE FUR- (
NIBBED WITH ,
PHELAN & COLLEGER'S
UNDER THE 8UPERTNTEDEN0E OF _
MR. H. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MB. PHKLAN'B ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YOBK. J
H. P. BINNS & CO., 4
Meya lmo PROPRIETORS.
TELOS. E.DALWIOK, ^
OABINBT MA KB H AND UNDERTAKER,
NO. 671 KIN?-8TREET.
18 PREPABRB TO FDBNI3H FDNEBALS WITH
CofQna, of vario?? ctylca and qualltloa; Glass
Heartoa And flrat-olMS Coachos.
BEPAIRS FURNITURE, AND KREP8 ON HAND A
(?lect supply of new and aocond-baad Furniture, lnaan
fsotojroa Maureen?* of mot, woo), and ootton.
N. B, ?Ail calla ?Handed pM-eonaliy, at any boar, day.
or night. Into Jd?j ift