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BaiiUiBS?ON DAILY NEWS,
G. R. OATHOART, Bdito*.
CATHCART, MoHILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
LAR3EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
? -THE LIST OW LETTKR8 re
xmiinin? ir?, tlie PostolTuie at tine end
ot euoh week is Trublis?ie<a. oflaoially
la THE DAILY NEWS every Wx?
Tho roceipta of tho Board of Excito for liconsos
granted in New York city up to May 15, wero
$307,000. ' ,
Mr. David Deans, of tho Sunday Times, was
robbed of ill,300, in a crowd at the Academy of
Music,- on Wednesday night, tho IGth inat.
Rev. Dr. JosF.ru Gross, formerly well known in
this city, ?s pastor of Trinity and Bethel Metho
dist Churches, is about to be installed as Boctor of
the Episcopal Church in Bolma, Ala.
Three or more asylums for disabled soldiers are
to be established in the Northern State?. Qcn.
Butler is President of the organization having
the subject in charge. ,
Ex Governor Allen was buried in full Confed
erate uniform. The American Consul, a Mr. Or
TEBBOURO, objected to this, but thero being
premonitions of trouble, withdrew his objections.
Tho Bov. Dr. J. P. B. Wilmeb, of Elk Bidge,
Harylaod, on the 18th ?net. was elected Bishop of
the Protestant Episcopal Dio cobo of Louisiana.
Bishop Lay was tho only other principal candi
date voted for.
The New Orleans papers inform us that the re
pairs on the Mississippi Central Railroad have
been all completed, and the cars are now running
the whole length of the road through to Jackson,
The Anniversary Festival of the Richmond Tur
ners' Society, came off with great eclat on Monday
last. A number of visiting societies wero present
from other cities,. and lent additional interest to
the procession. Tho gymnaatio exhibition in the
Park astonished the natives. Speeches wore made
by Mayor Maso and other distinguished gueata.
The colobration was continued on Tuesday.
Between seven and oight o'clock last Saturday
evening, twenty-two negro men were arrested by
the police in Washington, for drilling on tho
streets as a military company, accompanied by a
drum. They said they wero authorized by Gen
eral Howard to form a company and drill them
selves. They were taken before a justice of the
peace, who fined two of them twentv dollar? ?ach
for carrying concealed weapons, and dismissed
ihe other twenty.
Tho recent Now York Sheep Fair held in Ro
chester was ? aucoesa. The entries wero unusu
ally large, comprising : freat variety of our Puro
blooded and fine wool stook. Ope hundred and
seventy-six separate entries were made, humu^r*
log nearly one thousand owes, lambs and backs,
valued in the aggregate at not much short of a
quarter of a million of dollars. Several of the
buoks wore tho most valued in the country, being
bold as high as $10,000 oaob.
The Louisville Journal publishes an elaborate
opinion of Judge Ballard, of the U. S. District
Court,??: relatio Is ham Henderson, concluding
that the oxeoutive and legislative departments of
the Government, having declared that the rebel
lion is ended, the court cannot assume that it con
tinues; that this opinion furnishes no solution of
ibo political statue of the inhabitants ot the States
lately in rebellion; that this is a question which
" ?lust bo answered elsewhere; that the court was
bound to ordei tb.e arrest of Gen. Davis for the
apparent contompt offered tho court,- and that he,
having resisted the order of arrest, is crimi?sllj
responsible, and that his ease will be prosented to
the grand jury.
A letter to the Augusta Chronicle, from Concor
dia, Mississippi, of April ?3, thus describes the
embarrassments of the cotton planter, under tho
present state of affairs : "Wo have a find stand
of that cotton which is up. Have nearly one-third
"of out". Xorw Bick? ?r pretending to be. Well, ?
will give you a sample of to-day's annoyances :
Eeok comes in and says he don't want London, he
is entirely worthless; Rosa lays up because it is a
wet day (alight sprinkle before breakfast this
morning); Jackson is down with a bilious attack;
Jim is eiok?always sick when there is any hard
job like rolling logs on hand; Stove has gone to
Court; the two Henrys and Dick are first-rato
bands, but they are gone, too, as witnesses in a
oase.of quarrel botween the two 'ladies,' Emma
The Houston (TexaB) Telegraph, of the 15th
instant, says : "Wo had a heavy shower last night,
beneficial to thoso crops which aro olean; likely to
prove, in conjunction with the late rains, which
we learn have been general, rather disastrous to
those fields whieh aro in tho grass and weode.
Unfortunately, most of the cotton fields are in the
latter condition. It is our duty to stato, as truth
ful chroniclers, that the reports from the cotton
growing districts are not favorable. Most cotton
fields are in the grass, and in some districts we
are informed that tho freedmen aro not working
as well as hitherto. The corn crops are so far ad
vanced?being on many plantations already made?
that they may be considered safe, as this orop it
secured. But our anticipations of the ucttor.
crop are considerably less favorable than the]
Professor Blot, the great French master of the
cuisine, is creating a groat fur ve in Boston. H<
is in tho oourse of a series of fourteen lectures
delivered at mid-day, to ladies particularly, win
aro roqueeted to bring to the lecture paper, pen
ells and spoons. Each day he present? a new bil
of fare, which he proceed* to cook up in the pr?s
?neo of his fair auditory within the time. limitai
forlat?aoWorf, afjcr which it 1s generally aorv6i
up,?which, io what tho spoons aro for. He has/i
complote cooking apparatus bofor him, worked by
gas, in" and over, which he whips up a meat ?PP?
tlzWg serios of dishes in ' ?Very brlof'tlmo. Th
papeA|#e'i#?aU/ of jhtaif jpjf jifc$>ii#fl*_f(tJ'.'d?
ings. Th? very beat familles are represented i
his lectures, even the most experienced bouse
leeepora not oonslderlog themselves too old t
gor AU comnwtiioatlons InisntteU ior ?mbUouuvH itv
this Journal must be addrs*una to the fkiitor of
the Daily Neict, No. 18 Hdywi- rind, Charleston,
B. C. Business Cbmmuniooftonsfo Publisher of
Daily News. ?
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FMDAY MOHNINO, MAY 25, 18C6.
Tho -long s.lonco ia broken nt last. Tho
oroclo has given an uttoranco, briof to bo
sure, but prognant with moaning. For weoks
tho wholo oivilizod world has boon straining
its eyes to tho utmost, in tho vaiu ondoavor to
soon tho silont Emporor's ambiguous counte
nance, and deduoo thorefrom assurances of
hope for his support of one policy or another,
aocordiog to tho particular prodileotione of
tho Borutinizor. The tolograph yoBtorday
morning announced Chat "Napoleon, in a
speech, aaid : I detest the treaties of 1815,
which ii is now sought to make the boIo basis
of our foreign policy."
This responso ha? vory littlo of the ambig
uous or oracular about it. There may be a
hiddon meaning benonth the mere surface
senBQ of theBe ominous words ; but wo have
no occasion for resorting to it; thero being
war, bloodshed and slaughter enough in the
plain words, as they stand, to shake all Eu
rope to its foundation. Wo did not oxpect so
full and oxplioit an answer from Napoleon
on the very threshold of the opening war,
Kings, Emperors, and diplomatists are not
usually bo ingenuous. It has generally bcon
thought necossary to cover the real motives
and designs with Borne plausible excuse. The
Emperor of tho French must feel himself and
his position very strong, when he can afford
to dispense with this ordinary diplomatic
The Emperor has on a previous occasion
shown that he detOBts "the treaties of 1815 ;"
viz: at the Congress of Villafranoa. But we
do not think ho had then reached his present
exalted degroo of imperial candor. lie did
not assign this antipathy to "the treaties of
1815" as the reason of his alliance with the
King of Sardinia. The London Times ia very
angry with Napoleon, because ho refuaos to
come forward and command the European'
peace. What right the Thundorer has to lec
turo his Imperial majesty, we are not told.
A great deal might bo said in support of
the policy juBt announced by Louis Napo
leon ; we might bhow that a redistribution
of peoples and provinces on the European
Continent, was demanded by the best inter
ests of civilization and progresa,?and for the
greater advance of the mental, moral and
material prosperity of the human race. The
treaties of 1815 are the result of tho first
Frenoh Revolution, and the wars to which it
gave rise, oovering a period of 77 years, (from
1789 to 1866,)?the lifetime of two genera
tionu. This may not appear to be a very ap
preciable fraction in the lifetime of a nation.
But it should be remembered, that those 77
years must not be measured by any preoeding
period of similar extont. They cover an epoch
of tho world's greatest intellectual activity.
When Tennyson sung
"Better fifty years of Europe than a oyole of Cathay,"
he spoke of precisely this period, and point
edly terms the preoeding ages of intellectual
torpor "cyoles of Cathay." There ia noth
ing very surprising to our mind, therefore,
that an arbitrary arrangement of kingdoms,
peoples, and provinces,?"compromised" inte
tho present Map by a long and bloody war,
and innumerable tricks of diplomacy,?should
no longer meet the demands of the age.
M An tin Luther gave the first blast, that
woke the sleeping nations. His sturdy figure
looms up in the universal darkness of the cen
turies, producing the same dread and confu
sion, a chanc? ray of the noonday sun oreates
among a host of bats, for ages undisturbed.
The feudal system then reoeived a fatal thrust,
but lingered on for nearly throe hundred
years, till Bonaparte gave the coup de grace.
A long protracted and sanguinary struggle
preceded this final ?settlement." It was by
his sword the "Undo" made himself master
of the situation,?master of Europe, in fact.
The "Nephew'* now appears the greater of
the two ; for at this moment he holds the dos
tiniea of a Continent in his hand. And this
office of Grand Arbiter he aoquired for him
self, not as others before him have done by
Tvar r nd bloodshed, but by force of chavaotor
and ' ??? policy. ?
But all this presupposes an absence of eelf
ishnesB, which we are not disposed to impute
to Louis Napoleon. The glory of the Bo
naparte dynasty and the aggrandizement of
France are one and inseparable, (oertainly so
at this time.) The real question before us,
then, is what are tho advantages, or some ol
them, that may aoorue to France from a Eu
ropean War at thiu time ? Suob war, it is to
be borne in mind, must not be sought or com
menoed by Franco. She ?hall "permit" il
only, and at the proper moment step in as ar
biter or peacemaker. The boundaries oi
Franco were fixed in 1815, as we find thon
to-day, with one exception only, viz : whet
the present Emperor took in a piece of "nev
ground" in the shape of Savoy, on the South
eastern border of the Empire. 3
Napoleon, it is well knoWn; is a grea
adept in the royal art of map drawing. Hint
have been thrown out on various oooaeion
that he had several improvements to sogges
in the Map of Europe. Germany being hi
next door noighbor, would naturally olain
his first .Attentipn. ..Natural,boundaries ar
preferable to ourvoyora' linos, just ai a curv
("tho line of beauty.") is more pleasing to th
oyo than a straight lino. . Beginning at Baal
in Switzerland, the llhino formt the oaatcn
boundary of the Empire. The river thono
takes ft main northward course, while th
French lino runs off to tho woBt and ?orth
woBt. France has natural boundaries on ev
ery other sido but .this. The mountains and
the seas encirole her ovorywhoro but on tho
sido of Gormany and Belgium. In a oountry
whore smuggling is ono of tho fine arts, and
has been carried to tho pinnacle of porfoo
tion, it is of va?t importanco to havo a border
that shall bo capable of being thoroughly
guarded. Tho same argument will hold good
also, when applied to tho police system of
Franco, one of the duties of which is to keep
oloso watch on every individual going out or
coming into tho realm. Of courso, tho now
"lino'' would offer greatly increased facilities
to these functionaries.
This Blight modification in tho Map of Eu
rope would bring an incroaso of about 25,0U0
squaro miles of territory, and a population of
nbout 9,000,Q00. Both territory and pooplo,
in tboir desirable qualities, unsurpassed by
any in Europe. Tho Khenish provinces of
Bavaria, Ilosso and Prussia, and tho Kingdom
of Belgium are tho componont parts of this
oovoted addition to the French Empire. If
the German powors go to war, this magnifi
cent slioo of territory is undoubtedly at Louis
Napoleon's moroy; and wo can think of no
reason for his telling tho world that ho "de
tests tho treaties of 1815," unless it is to pre
paro it for sueh a coup d'etat. That England
and Russia should Bit quietly by, and see thiB
programme carried out, ib soarcoly a suppos
ablo case. Wo shall either therefore have
no war, or ouo of the greatest struggles Eu
rope has witnessed Binco Waterloo.
Louis Napoleon avows himself the patron
of oppressed nationalities ; and professes to
be in favor of a people choosing who shall
bo its sovereign. If this bo so, he cannot con
sistently incorporate thoso Gorman provincea
above mentioned, for we know enough of the
German Gallophobia to feel assured that four
millions of Germans will never vote thom
solves Fronohmon. Tho annexation of Bel
gium perhapa may preaent no such difficul
ties. But we, of courso, have sufficient con
fidence in Louis Napoleon's statecraft, not
to doubt that, when tho time cornos, he will
not bo devoid of expedients and rosouroos,
wherewith to reduce affairs to a satisfactory
We have indicated a few only of the ad
vantages held out to Franco by a Europoan
war at this time. The length of this article
forbids us to proceed to the enumeration of
TUE END O F THE WORLD. .
Every few years some enthusiast orios out
" Eureka." The intricate mysteries of the
Apocalypse and the Book of Daniel appear
to have a special oharm for some minds ; and
no number of failures and prophecies proved
false will deter new venturers. Esohatology
oxoroisos a poouliar fascination on certain
mental constitutions; and usually they are
not those best qualified to grapple with so
vexed a question. On tho contrary, our ex
perience,?and we believe thiB is the experi
ence of the world at large,?has almost in
variably shown us, that those who devote
their entiro time and energies to tho elucida
tion of these mysteries, are not possessed of
well-balanoed minds; and whatever their
natural endowments and acquired learning,
they soon become monomaniacs, bend every
thing to meet their pro conceived theories on
the subjeot. They succeed in making per
feot oonverts of themselves first; and by dint
of zeal and enthusiasm, they generally have
a oirole of adherents, similarly diseased in
mind. This oirole is smaller or larger, not
asoordiog to the plausibility of the writers'
views, but solely depends upon his talents for
Miller and CummiMv?s had their day, and
made no little noise in the world; but they
have passed away. A great many " minor
prophets" have followed in their wake.
These we will not stop to name even. In
faot, the millennial oatalogue is very large,
and constantly swelling?
The latest aooession ia the Re? W, Baxter,
author of the " Common Batth Coming
Wonders," etc. The title-pag is book
is a small pamphlet ! in itself, . ing us,
among other things, that this is tho " nine
teenth thousand." .
As it would be foreign to the character of
this journal to give a critical examination of
the work, we will content ourselves with
praoenting the said title-page. If any of our
readers shall then feel disposed to procure
the book, and confuse their heads with suoh
discussions, (hey are at liberty do so. Title :
Louis Napoleon, 'Ac destined Monarch of
the World, foreshown in Prophecy, to oonfirm
a seven years' Covenant with the Jews, about
i seven years before the Millennium, and (after
the Revolution of Sainte and Ascension of
Watchful Christians has taken place, two
, years and from then to five weeks after the
t Covenant,) subsequently to beoome complete
ly supreme over England and most of Ameri
ca, and all Christendom, and to cause a great
Eerseoution of Christians during the latter
alf of the seven years, until he finally perish
; es at the Descent of Christ, at the end of the
War of Armageddon, about or soon after
" 1874, inducting an examination of the views
" of Bishops Irenaus," etc., etc. For sale by
i John Russell, King street,
i The writer, on the whole, iefvery liberal in
r giving us eight years of grace ; indeed he ie
- not particular, and rather disposed to grant
us.a trifle more, should events allow. Louie
t Napoleon's name on the title-pago hat
s made tho book sell woll, particularly in Eng
a land. Mr. Baxter . perhaps may not be sc
t very much of a visionary after all, and havt
s an eye to Debit and Credit. Who knows ?
i In this connection wo may mention ft pro
e pheoy of ft ciiffef?ht kind, by a Frenen ns
8 tronomor. / .
8 "At tho last meeting of tho Aoadomy o
6 Soioncos, Parie, M. Delaumat..provedtha
a Ote earth's notion is gradually slackening
e and that the day* are thereby insensibly
e lengthening to the extent of ft second in 100,
000 years ! At this rate, in eight thousand
six hundred and forty milli'ons of years, the
earth will stop altogether-, ifitdooB not other
wine before that period?"
We find thus that tho world is bound to
uoino to an end sorao time or other. Soionco
aud Revelation both point in tho samo diroo
tion. M. Delaunay's prophecy, however,
we inclino to think, will not affect tho Paris
Boureo yot tiwhilo.
CANDY MAKER WANTEO.-WANTKU,
immediately, a good OANDY MAKER. Apply at
J. C. H. OLAUHSEN'B, No. 10 .Market stroot.
MULES WANTED.-WANTED, 6IX WELL
broken MULES, not over 8 years old. Apply bo
foro 12 o'clock this day, at No. 18 North Commercial
SKIIVANT WOMAN WANTED..A COLORED
Servant to attend in a small honsoliolil?ono with
out children preforrod. Apply ftl east corner of South
Bay and Legare streets. fin2 May 18
SITUATION WA>TED-BYIA TUUNG MAN,
resident of Obarloston, ab Book Keeper in a respect
able, house in this city. BuBt references given, Address
R. 8. T, Glass Box IS, Charleston 1'. O.
A YOUNG MAN .IUST UKTVHNKD FROM
College. doBires tho situation of TEACHER of
Classics In u utntill school.
N. B?A >ight School preferred. Address " J. B." at
tblB office._ 2* May 24
WANTED, A ROOM, IN TDK CENTRAL.
portion of the city, suitablo for a Physician's
OfHco. Address Box 180._2*_May 24
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A STORE
UN KING STREET, between Booioty and Mar
ket streets, or Hasel or Market streets. Address, in
person, T. F. ELLSWORTH, Pavilion Hotel.
WANTED. TEN OR FIFTEEN HOE
HANDS on a Plantation 4>? miles from Charles
ton. $3 per wook, and good rations. Pay every Satur
day afternoon. Inquire of MEHRTENS b WOHLT
MANN, No. 137 East Bay._2_May 24
WANTED. A WHITE "WOMAN TO WASH
aud tj?w for a small family. Apply at this OfQoe,
or in Market-street, (3d) Third door east of Mct.ting
WANTED, 00,000 AGENTS, TO ENGAGE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
BuEinoss entirely new. No jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 to $500 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, molo aud female, having a few hours dally to
spare, should send for particulars.
Address, with stamp, Q. W. JAOESON & CO.,
PoBtolT.ce Box No. 1348, Baltimore, Md.
May 18 lmo
A GENTLEMAN, FORMERLY AN OF
FICER of the Quartermaster's Department, U. S.
A., thoroughly acquainted with the routine of tho vari
ous Departments at Washington, oilers his services In
tbe adjustment of claims against the Government.
Government Securities of aU kinds bought and sold.
Apply to Clifford & mathewes.
May 3 lmo No. 31 ?i Broad-stroot
TO BENT, &o.
O RENT. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply at this oOico. 6* May 24
mo RENT, FIVE ROOMS ON KING>ST.,
I near Broad, suitable for a family or sloeplng rooms.
Apply at No. 119 Meeting-street. 8? May 24
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO AND
A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street
Apply at No. 35 Broad-Btreet. May 23
TO RENT. TWO PLEASANTLY SITUAT
ED FRONT ROOMS, with good kltohen accommo
dations. Apply on the premises. No. 173 Coming-atreot,
near Cannon. 3 May 23
TO RENT, IN BROAD-STREET, A NEAT
COTTAGE, sustable for a small family?furnishod
or unfurnished. Rout moderate. Apply at this Office.
TO RENT.?THE DESIRABLE STORE
No. 157 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tho premises. April IS
TO RENT. ? THAT ELEGANT MANSION
at the northeast corner of Montague and Rutlodgo
streets. Apply to W. B. HERIOT b 00.,
May 23_wfm3_No. 249 Klng-alreet.
TO RENT.?THE STORE No. 103 EAST
Bay, with the upper part of tbe house and yard,
and an entrance attachod, opening on State-street. Ap
ply at No. 103 WENTWORTH-STREET.
May 28 wfm3*
O RENT, A COMFORTABLE BRICK
HOUSE containing 8 rooms, large piazza, with or
without 4 or 5 kitchen rooms, good cistern water, large
yard and garden attached, at No. 118 King, between
Queen and Broad aire?te. Inquire within.
TO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI
DENCE, corner East Bay and Inspeetlon street; 8
square rooms, dressing room and pantry, 3 basement
rooms, smple accommodations for servants, carriage
house and stable, with very large lot.
May?_fmw PIN0KNEY BROS.
FINE LOCATION FOR A BOARDING
HOUSE OR SCHOOL TO RENT.?That large and
elegant RESIDENCE and extensive LOT, GARDEN, be,
at the northwest corner of Meeting and George stroets.
Apply to OLlFFOBD ? MATHEWES,
May 14_mwfO_Ho. 31K Broad street
O RENT, THE ELIGIBLE HOUSE IN
Galho tin street No. 154, next to corner of Bnt
ledge, containing 4 upright rooms; also, pantry, dress,
ing-room, double piazza, cistern, four-roomed kitchen,
and gas fixtures throughout The house Is new, end
in good order, and tbe health of tho situation Is un
surpassed. Apply at CORNER OF 0ALHOUN AND
RUTLEDGE STREETS. wf2 May 23
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
TAKEN BY MISTAKE, ON THE EVEN
ING of the 16th, from the Hall used by Madam
Girard, for tbo May Festival, a Lady's Blue and White
Nubia. The finder will confer a great favor by leaving
the same at this office._May 25
STOLEN. ON MONDAY NIGHT, THE ?1ST
Instant from alongside tho Brig "Wicopee," at Van
derhorst's Wharf, 14 LOGU OF TIMBER. A liberal re
ward will be paid for ibeir return by Captain H. D.
LEoAND, Master of Brig "Wicopee."_May 23
LOBT, A MALACCA CANE, lVOtlY HEAD.
GOLW BAND, market "Oapt D. B. Hunt from
Wiu. Beiden." A liberal reward will bo paid If deliver
de at my office, No. 43 East Bay. D. ?. HUNT,
May 15 Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
LOST, WHILE RIDING FROM THE
Mills House te tbe Arsenal and back, a small GOLD
WATCH, enamelled, with Chain and Lpoket attached.
Any pornou finding the same and returning It tip the
office of tho Mina House will be liberally rewarded.
Pfk REWARD-STOLEN FROM MY
?)\J stable on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
?narleeton, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 13th. a SHALL BLACK HORSE MULE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule 1b shod and
paces, s-lfty dollars reward will be paid for the appre
henoion of the Mule and the thief, or half of the amount
for the roturn of tho Mule. N.'H. GUYTON.
FOR SALE A BARGAIN. A. SMALL HOUSE
AND LOT, No. 89 Bt Philip-street, abovo Cal
noun-street Apply at Nos. 43 and 47 ST. PHILIP
STREET;_ 1?_May 25
F~ OR SALE, THAT HANDSOME AND
DESIRABLE RESIDENOE of Mrs. Ouablks Ban
mo, at Flat Bock, N. 0.
For particulars, apply to Messrs. ROPER b STONEY,
Charleston, S. 0., or to Mr. H. T. FARMER, Flat Rock,
H. O. _mwftt_May ai
ALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOB
BALE.?The nndorsigned, desiring to leave the
State, oiTers or sale his OOTTON PLANTATION, situ
ated in Georgetown District, containing 700 aoros, more
or lena. There is on the place a large House, contain,
i lng eisbt rooms, entirely new and not quite completed;
there are, alao, other outbuildings and Improvement!
necessary to a Oottou Farm. Ho will sail low if appll
cation is made at an early *?te
May 23 wfm8* _Georgetown, S. 0.
FOR BALE?SECOND HAND 1'HINTING
PRESSES AND T7PK In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc
SMITH HAND PRESS?Platen, 33J4X37 lnohea; bed
WORREL HAND PRItaS^Pla ton, 22x23 lnohea; bed
34tfx85?.? inches. J
WASHINGTON HAND PREflB-Platen, 33\x28,>.
inches; bed, 22x80 Inches. ,
HOE HAND PaSSS?Platen, 23)Xx38 inches; bed, 2(J,V
x3i>i inches. '
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Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
Of J, W. MCMILLAN,
MayS i. AtthlsOfioe.
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perfefaoo necNtxary. The. Presidente, Os*nlerr?nl
Treasurers of throe Banks Indorse Sis olrcuiar.. . i
free with ?am,We?. Aid -esr the Amertwu ?teaoU : 11
Worts, 8 prlog deld, V rf jtaut, March '. I
a. -J. vi.-xiuiniini, NO. 1.
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MANWtY, No. 1. will bo held, at Masoolo Hall,
TA?* Evening, at 8 o'clock. Candidats lor degrees will
By order Grand Commander:
May 25 1* O. L. BEECHES. Recorder.
OUANGEOURG I'KJl.U.ic COl.LKGR.
FOR BALE, THAT PKtflBABLE PROPOJITV, SITU
ATED in tho Town of OraiiRobHrc, and known ns
tUo ORANGEBDRG FEMALE COLLEGE. The build
ini; is largo, and stiitablo for a Holul or Hoarding Scliool.
being capable of accommodating about two hundred
(200) persons. On tho premises are gas works for sup
plying tho building with gnu; and a fine orchard and
gardon.. The grounds aro ampio and eligibly located,
being near tho railroad duput.
Torms?Ono-touth cash ; balanco in ten equal an
nual Instalments, secured by mortgago of thu prop
erty; tho buildings to bo kept insured and policy
assigned, or a credit on tho wholo amount of tho ptir
chaso may bo hud by giving approvod personal security
in addition to tho nortoago, kc, tho purchaser paying
only cash enough to defray expenses of sale. Fur fur
ther particulars, apply to
COHEN, nANCKEL k CO.,
No. 4G East Iiay, corner Boy ce k Co. "a Wharf.
??T-Orangcburg Times insort obovo ouo month and
sond bill to Oourior Ofllce. fmwlmo May 25
MADAM HUMMEL RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE?
to her friends, and the public gonoraUy, that ?ho
has returned to tho city, and will resumo tho duties o
bor profession as teacher of tho PIANO FORTE. Wll
alBO give lessons in GERMAN and FRENCH. Apply a
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG k 00.'8 Music Storo, No. 101 King
MISS ANNE OLEAR. MILLINER, HAS TtKllOVED
from No. 171 Coming 8troet to No BS": King Btrcet,
four doors obovo Morris streut. :v May 24
THE8?B8CRIBER HEUEUY RF PECTFULL? IN
FORMS his former patrons aril tbo public, that he
has removed from his former ofllce, corner of King and
Hasel streotB, to
No. 10 BROAD-STREET,
Where ho would bo most happy to servo all who may
honor him with their busiuesu.
May 22 0 PHILIP H. KEGLER.
THE COPARTNE118HIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho name of J. FLAUM k OO. was this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Tho business wiU bore
al ter be conducted under tho name of J. FLAUM, in the
old stand, No. 188 King street. 3* May 2ftfl
BOARD WANTED, AVITII A PRIVATE
FAMILY, for a gentleman, wife and child. Will ?
furniih tho apartment. Must be within five minutes'
walk of the Postoflico. Address, or apply to "E. E. B.,"
No. 269 KING STREET, in the bond. 2* May 24
GENTLEMEN HAVING CHANGES IN THE RAFFLE
for the HORSE, WAGON, 4c. &a, advertised in the pa
pers for the last fow days, are boreby notified that tho
BAFFLE for the same will take place at the CHARLES
TON BILLIARD HALL, corner of King and Market
streets, Saturday Evening, May 26th, at 8 o'clock.
Ov~ Lists ara still open as advertised.
TOE PALMETTO SAVINGS BANK
HAVE REMOVED THEI? OFFICE FROM NO. 87
Hasel-street, to tho rear of AUGUSTUS H. HAYDBN'S
Jewelry Establishment (former stand of P. H. KEGLER,
Banker), whoro thoy will re?oive deposits from ONE
DOLLAR and upwards DAILY from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.,
and on SATURDAY EVENINGS from G to 9 o'clock. En
trance on Hasel-streets.
JOS. D. AIKEN, President.
May 28 wfs3 F. A. MITCHELL, Troasuror.
CHOICE LAW LIBRARY.
THIRTY ODD VOLUMES OF THE MOST IMPOR
TANT Works of Law, comprising among them BICE'S
and CONNER'S DIGEST, complete, offered for sale at
less than cost beforo tho war. The set are In perfect
condition. At Messrs. BOOERT, DENNY k 00.,
May 23 . 6 Stationers. No. 183 Meeting-street.
JAMAICA RUM AND WHISKEY
J?8T BEOEIVED AND FOB SALE AT LOW
Casks and cases of OLABET WINE.
Barrels and cases of JAMAICA RDM.
A fresh lot of GIBBON'S WHISKEY.
P. O. KERRIGAN,
May 24 3 No. 80 Market-it.
M ACPHERSON & DONALD SMITH
BREWER?SOF.FINE PALE ALES &P0RTER
WESTW-"$J- BET*-" 7. &8AVE?'NEW YORK.
GBO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Coiner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENOY OF THE
above celebrated ALB, acknowledged to be
tho best in the market, are now prepared to supply the
TRADE of this city and vicinity.
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale in barrels and half barrels.
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES, ETC,
No. 110 EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
May 83 ._._
0H0I0E LIQUORS, ALES, WINES, ?to.
L. F. GOODWIN,
No. 58 Wentwortli-street,
OPPOSITE MILITAR* HALL.
F BEE LUNOH FROM 11 A. M. TQ 1 P. M., AND
FROM 8 TO 11 P. M., HVEBY DAY.
The finest quality of IOE OR HAM served at all hours
in the Garden attached to this Establishment.
Oe&e all and refresh yoursolves. May 12
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens Distriot, S. 0.,
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM THE RESIDENTS OF
Charleston and. vicinity that ho has flamed a busi
? I neas connection connection with
Gr. B. OHAMBERLIN,
COMMIB9ION MERCHANT AND DEALER IN GBO
0ERIE8, PROVISIONS, ETC.,
Ko. 193 KAST BAY,
* And would most resDectfaUy solicit tho patronage of
; bis manv friends and avxinaintances. t
? MflP _ . wfmlmo
*\i MANSION HOUSE,
OPEN FOB PERMANENT, DAY? OB TRANSIENT
ICK.on.F.AM BALOON ATTACHICO.
MBf TEBMfl SEASONABLE.
May 19 Msuz. ?. M. BUTJE8, Proprietress,
THE UNDERSIGNED COMMITTTE RESPECTFULLY
announce to the oltizons of Charleston that a "PEOME
f.Al>E ENTERTAINMENT" will bo ?ivon by them?
commencing This Evening, In tho Bchool Room of Uio
Holy Communion Church, corner Cannon und Ashloy
streets, iu aid of tho Ahsoo?.ilion forinod for the "Ereo
tlon of a Monument bi commemoration of the Confede
rate Dead." Tb-y uarnofllly solicit tho aid of tho public
in their endos, voib to lautbar tho cause.
Mus. JOHN L. ANCRUM,
Mm. JOS. D. TAYLOR,
M IB.? MARIA H. ANCRUM,
Mihk ELIZA WARING,
Miss OLNEF HARLEBTON,
May 23 Miks ELLEN OONDi'.
C. F. VOGLER,
No. 108 Market-street,
(LA TE H. P. RUGG),
ANNOUNCK8 TO THE PORLTT THAT HE HAS
bouglr nit *ho dock and good will of tho BOOK,
STaTIONKh i and PERluDIUAL DEPOT hitherto
known i. P"no'H."
He h J?i mado ?'iU and perfect arrangements for s regu
lar Biipnly of ?II tho 1 \TE8T NOVELS, MAGAZINES,
NEW PAPE ho. i every nibnr kiud of reading matter.
May 25 _1
' ?mi fin\iiwfii
PER ElvriIL.Tr 2B. SOUDER,
OPENING THIS MORNING.
EC O O LBS ASSORTED CONFECTIONERY?EN
??J \J \J tlroly fi\ sh and of Huporlor quality. Buoh
Rose, Lemon, Rnspborry, and Vanilla GumDrops,
Chocolate Cream Diops,
Chocolate and Rose Croam Almondo,
Mar ah in allow Drops,
Brown Burnt Almouds,
Tissue Mottoes, be, be.
Wholesale and Retail at
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 290 King-street, three doors bolow Wentworth.
CHEAP FAMILY SOAPS 1 -
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
CHEAP FAMILY SOAPS from tho celobrated J. O.
HULL & SON'S Manufactory, has just bceu received at -
VON FANTEN'S BAZAAR, '
And selling at FIVE, TBN, FIFTEEN. TWENTY and
TWENTV-FIVE OENT8 per cake, and by the bar at
FIFTEEN, TWENTY and TWENTY-FIVE CENTO and
upward*. By the dozen cakes or bars will bo sold still
CASTILE SOAP, in bars; ROSE; ALMOND; PALM;
MAGNUM HONEY; MAGNUM GLYCERINE; MAM
MOTH W?ND80R; TRANSPARENT OAKE BOAP;.
HOTEL WINDSOR SOAP; KNICKERBOCKER SHAV
ING SOAP. In bsrs for harbor's uso; MILITARY SHAV
VERBENA, ROSE, ORANGE and CAMPHOR SOAP,
for the Toilet, &c. ?,
For sale, wholesale and retail, at
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 290 KING STREET,
May 24_3 doors bolow Wentwortb street
"LADIES" PLEA8E CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
So nth west cor. King & Wentworth sts,
May 3 hno
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts..
108 IN. BOBINET LACE
SHIRTINGS, best brands
BHEETING8. all widths
BLEACHED LINEN DRILLS
BROWN A PLAID LINEN DRILLS
0L0TH8, CASSIMERE, &0.
A LA VILLE DE PAR?S,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 8 _ ^ _*mo
T "FT "FT!
PHEL?N BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1351137, and 129 '
MEETING STREET, J
Corner of Market street,
ABE NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ABB FUB~ }
PHELAN & COLLENDER'S
UNDER THE 8UPERINTEDEN0E OF
MR. H. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MB. PHELAN'B ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YOBK.
H. P. BINNS & CO.,
May2 lmo _PROPBIBTOBS.
THOS. E. DALWIOK,
CA?INICT HAKKB AND UNDBRTAKEH,
NO. 671 KINO-STREET.
r PREPARED TO FURNISH FUNERALS
Coffins, of varions styles and quaUtles; Qli
Hearses and first-class Oosohes.
BEPAIRS FURNITURE, AND KEEP8 ON HAND A
select supply of new and second-hand Furniture, manu
factures Mattresses of moss, wool, and cotton.
V. B? All calls attendod nersoDaUy, at ?ny hour, dsy
or night i. lmo ? _May M
rr\HI8 FIRST-CLASS HOTEL having been rbno
VATED and newly furnished, Is. now open for the
reception of the ??Tailing pntoHo. i_' " '
O. McGINLEY, Proprietor.
Maya? ?* o