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LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
.?-X1-- "IST OK" ti- TTHSRS re
m til ni mr in the Poetoffloe at the end
o? eaoh week is *ptablished oliioiully
In. THE _A.IX?Y IV_?WS every Fri
day m oni Ins.
JACOB BARBER, of New Orleans, io writing a
book of tjio war.
Bixtoon Egyptian dancers are ontertaining tho
Piiriaiauo. , f
A twelve foot alligator waa killed on tho bay
ehoro o? Mobile, by a boy, on Sunday, 20th.
TiAxi old eho wolf and six oubB were killed in
Marion oouuty, 111., laet week.
The colored levee laborera at Momphis struck
for higher wagoB on Tuesday, 22d, and attempted
to parado the streets. Tho Froodmon's Bureau
authorities oausod their arrest.
The N. Y. ?ZWounc ?f Friday, says on last Wed
nesday and Thursday mornings thoro was sevore
frost in nio?t of the suburban towns, and in somo
of thom -very serious damage was done.
Capt. JOHN COOE, formerly belouging to the
rebel Gen. LEB'S stan*, was arrestod in Cbioago on
Monday last for being the husband of two wives.
The item goes "the round." We know of no auoh
man on Gen. LEB'S staff.
TOAD. STEVENS would consign the whole South
to tho "Penitentiary of Hell." This figure of
.peech snows the magnanimity and large heart
ednees of THAD.-he would take the South to-bia
A fall of meteoric stones occurred near Mobile
May 14 and 15. They commenced falling at 9 A.
M. und continued at intervals all day. The sky
was perfectly clear during most of the timo. The
atones were of a siliciuus character, and some of
them were quite hot whon they fell.
Winona, Wisconsin, must be a nice place at the
present time. Among the inducements for gen
tlemen to settle there, it is montioned that "tho
ean fish out of their garret windows, swim in
their parlor?, build skiffs on their roofs, practice
rowing over their door yards, and keep ducks."
Colonel WH. PRESTON JOHNSTON is announced
as a candidate for Clerk of the County Offlcea. So
says tho Louisville Courier. Col. JOHNSTON is tho
son of the late Gen. ALBEET SYDNEY JOHNSTON,
and one of the personal aids of JEFFERSON DAVIS
A new submarino telegraph cable was laid be
tween Boston and East Boston ou the 22d, for
the purpose of transmitting fire alarms from tho
City Hall to the East Boston signal boxos. The
length of the cable was 2G10 feet, and ila weight
four tone, and it was laid in less than ton minutes.
One of the officers of the police in 15th Ward,
New York, has undertaken the horoulea? task of
stopping the sale of newspapors on Suru_y. It is
understood that his action is not auimorized by
"The Board." As the city is undergoing such
thorough reformation, wo suppose the Captain
thought he would go the entire swine.
The English papers say, there is no longer any
doubt that negotiations have for somo time been
. in progress for the cession of Vcnico by Austria.
It is to be hoped theso negotiations may be
brought to a successful iusuo, as in that event tho
chances of a general European war would bo very
The Commissioner of Agriculture has received
from T. G. BERGEN, of Jamaica, L. I., Now York,
a bunch of asparagus, composed of twelve stalks,
each about four inches in circumference and thir
' teen inches in height, the whole weighing five
pounds. It is understood that it is tho intention
to preserve this rare specimen of the agricultural
Gov. SWAIN, President of tho North Carolina
University, has published a letter in which he
strongly condemns the conduct of somo students
of that institution in issuing a ball ticket with
JEFFERSON DAVIS, J. 0. BRECKIN-DOE, Z. B. VANCE
and other insurgent leaders, as honorary mem
bers. He says bo has no means of preventing oc
casional outrages of this nature.
The project of building an air-line railroad
from Memphis to Cairo is boing extensively agi*
taten in West Tennessee. Proposals will be made
to the Illinois Central Bailroud Company to fur
nish the rails and rolling stock whon the road
bed is completed. 'Whon the line is fiuishod its
connections will make a most an air-line railroad
from Chicago to New Orleans.
The proprietors of the Chicago limes have pur
chased a lot on Dearborn stroot, betweon Wash
ington and Madison, 20 by 90 foot, for $1500 per
foot, aggregating $30,000. This is tho highest
price ever paid for real estate in Chicago. The
Times previously owned 20 foet adjoining. On the
united lots the proprietors will erect a bande?me
building adapted to the use of their business.
Strawberries by tho "car load" 1B something
new under the sun; but wo road that two oar loads
of strawberries are arriving at Chioago daily from
Codden, Anna and Villa Ridge, on tho Illinois
Central Railroad. There is an aroa of over 300
acres of strawberries now riponing in those three
towns, and promising the heaviest yield that any
season has afforded.
In I860 Illinois prodnood only six bales oT cot
ton. The total yield in 18G5 is estimated at 10,000
bales, twice as much as was exported annually
from tho whole country at tho boginning of tho
century ; twice as much as was grown by Ken
tucky, and nearly as much as Virginia, in 1800.
Tho cotton is said to bo equal to that of Tonnessec
The Government have awarded a .contract foi
raising the vessels in tho river and harbor of Sa
vannah which wore suuk by the rebels to obstruct
the channel. The gunboats and other vessel*
were souttled and sunk at tho timo tho city wat
evacuated. Th oro aro in all about twenty, some
of thom valuable, with all their guns and arma
ment on board. .
Tho Riobmond Ehqu'rer says: "Tho student?
n tho University of Virginia arc remarkable for c
.ripe nge. About half of the two hundred anti
thirty pf the proaenjt mombors aro said to be tblrtj
years'old-some of them have families of children,
Miiaktora whoornoiate before the students should
Jr_rwtbat they are said to be very averse to soi
entino and bolles lettre? Hormone, and to be beat *
ploaaod with tho plainest and Bimplost preach- (
ing-* tho sincere milk of tho word.* " .
Tho Southern paper? havo an account of tho
MCQUEEN will caeo, recently before tho Miss?Bsip- '
pi courte at Holly Springs. It wat* proven in tho ?
trial that "tho testator bequeathed his estate to a I
niece and four daughters; disinheriting his own
daughters because thoy joined the Methodist ,
church." Tho man was insano, and not long since
ho bcoamo BO violent and nncontrollablo that his
neighbors took arm I and hunted him like a wild '
boas!, and overtaking him in Calhoun county,
shot him down on tho road.
The womon employed in "a shoe-binding Bhop in
E.-cheater, N. Y., havo "alruok" against a reduc
tion of wages. It appoars that somo weckn since,
having a largo number of orders, tho employer
requested thom to work out of hours, to onablo
him to supply tho domand. They did this, hoping
to receivo additional compensation for it, hut
.veto disappointed to learn that, iusload of pay
ment, ho had doterminod to redtico their wages
nearly forty por cent. They offored to submit to
a redootion of ten por cent., which was refused,
and thoy then left. Their number waa 0110 hun
dred and twenty-five.
The increasing immigration from Ireland has
already been noted. A lato number of tho Pall
Mall Gazette observes: "Although labor is scarce
and wages high in every part of Ireland, tho oxo
duB to America ?B rapidly on ti- increase From
Cork alone an averago of fifteen hundred embark
wcokly, and from tho other Irish ports tho migra
tion to the New World, by way of Liverpool, is
proportionably rapid. The mastor wish of every
Irishman belonging to Iho lower-middlo anti low
class Boems to be to leavo his country for ever;
an object which the Irish paterfamilias seeks to
attain by sending forward across tho Atlantic his
hardiest and most promising sons,and daughters,
provided with all tho money hu oan rhiao, to carn
more for the transport of tho roat of tho family.
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sr AU cominwitoatAont tnustsaed for publication In
this Journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. l8 Hoyne-street, Charleston,
S. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the oily must be accompa
nied with the oash,
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TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2?, I860.
THE ARO UMENT OF THE RADICALS.
By foolish expressions of many Southern
newspaper.., the Radicals and their organs
are making rauch capital. We see, in a late
ismie of the Cincinnati Gazette-a journal
steeped in vituperation and villainous Blan
der, but withal, of course, a prominent paper
in its section-some quotations from certain
Southern newspapers, which look bad for the
South. These sentiments are considered as
public opinion, and gives the Jacobins a won
drouB amount of ammunition for firing.
The paragraphs quoted by the Gazette, and
heralded as coming from "the leading South
ern journals," set forth that if the South was
not so overwhelmingly conquered, another
war might take place. As a matter of _ arse
the Gazette warns the people of the North
that a standing army and the Froedmen's
Bureau should continuo in force in the "un
reconstructed" States; that negro suffi-age
should be admitted there, and that the people
of that seotion should be considered subjects
of conquered provinces.
All this is simply twaddle. The paperB
South which speak of another war, only do
so because they are wickedly foolish. The
respectable journals entertain no such feel
ings. They are conducted by honorable and
consoiontious gentlemen. They refloat tho
views of a large majority of the public, and
have no oooasion to resort to radical utter
anoeB for support. We candidly confesa that
in an ein. like thiB, tho wayward and foolish
hot-blooded expressions of a Southerner
strikes us with'the same impression that those
of the mean and cold-blooded cant of the fri
gid Abolitionist. Neither contributes to peace,
justice and fraternity, and both unite in de
laying the work of restoration, and both are
heartily despised by the thinking mosses of
the antagonistic Beotions.
The Cincinnati Gazette is one of those de
testable, perverting journals whioh do an
enormous amount of harm. It copies ill
meaning paragraphs from the weakest of the
Southern journals, and holds them up to its
roaders as Southern sootiments. It is one of
those festering Bores that, for want of general
attention, is constantly not only growing
worse in itself, but infecting all that comes
in contact with it.
We entreat the peoplo North, who are not
blinded by prejudice or fanatioismr to oon
-der calmly and dispassionately the reports
in continual circulation from this seotion.
Whatever bitterness, disgust or contempt we
may feel toward those who have made us fool,
without cause, tho iron hand of military des
potism-who havo, in their sole interest,
robbed and plundered our homos-still we
submit that we are more loyal to-day than
those who continually traduce us.
" THE LA WS OF WAR."
Dr.'BiaUNTsciiiai, a Heidelberg Professor,
with anejo to business, has taken advantage
of the times, and published a treatise on the
Modern Law of War. Dr. LIEBER'S "Arti
cles of War," drawn up in 1863, for the use
of the armier? of the United States, form the
basis and the model of the work. Dr. LIEBER
is BO highly flattered at this distinguished re
cognition of his labors as a publicist, that he
proposes to translate it for publication in this
The German professor, with the unpro
nounceable name, is in raptures at the con
- duct of the Amerioan War. Ho says: "The
1 law of war has become more humane in the
( lost wars of Europe and Amorioa," and again
. in another page "hopes that the belligerents
[in case of a European war] will follow the
i example of America." Sancta Simplicity I
* Dr. BLUNTSCHLI must have been reading
| Harper's Weekly during the last five year?.
How else could he have formed snch optimist
j notions about tho Amerioan War.
But Dr. LIEBER'S "Artiolea" were publiah
l? by the Washington War Department in
3enoral Order No. 100, and Buroly tho Ger
man Doctor has road thom, inasmuch as ho -
lays in his Pref.ioo, thoBO said ArtioloB form :
the basis of his work. ThiB Order formed
tho rulo of conduct for tho officors of tho
Uni tod Stotos army during tho luBt two yorrs -
of the war. If tho Hoidolborg Profoseor will
como over thiB way beforo ho publishes hi? ?
second edition, wo will act as his cicorono,
lake him round along Bundry "swaths," mid |
nfford bim a rare opportunity of rc-poriising (
G. O. No. 100, A. and I. G. 0. (1803), with
tho aid of a very lucid commentary.
. Wo shall show him tho beautiful Valloy ?
of tho Shenandoah, from Harpor's Ferry to
Staunton, as lino a country ao is to bo found
this nido of Eden,-with a quiet, harmless,
peaceful population, well uontouted to pur
sue thoir innocent rusti? avocations, and de
siring nothing BO muoh as to bo lot alone.
The dear Doctor from Baden will please
observe that, in accordance with Dr. LIEDER'S
Articles, those peoplo wero "raided" every
few weeks. Ono MILROY plundered them
systematically till it pleased Gen. LEE: to
"run him out" of Winchester. Tho brilliant
exploits of Gen. SHERIDAN need scarcely be
mentioned; for stand thoy not dooply written
in tho thousands of barns and mills burned all
over the fair Holds of Virginia ?
Why carry the Professor to Eastern North
Carolina, to our own Sea Islands, to tbo coast
of Georgia or Florida? Why sponk to him
of Generals MITCHELL and GRIERSON in Ala
bama and Mississippi ? Bless his innocent
hoart! has he ever heard of BEN BUTLER
and the spoons ? We supposo not. Harper's
Weekly never tells such tales. Wc will not
trust ourselves to oicerone Dr. B. along SHER
MAN'S track. The "Bummers" may still be
about. But if tho Professor will honor us
with a visit, we will promise to introduce
him to several very nice Indies of our ac
quaintance, who will post him on the human
ity of SHERMAN'S brave boyo.
The Laws of War ! Pshaw ! When you
can tuko the twist out of the whirlwind, you
may think of regulating the savage barbari
ties of war. Wo may be mistaken in our
opinion, but if so, it WUB in the American
war wo formed it, and we are prepared to
give ohapter and verse for evory word of it.
MR. SEWARD'S LATE SPEECH A TA UR- URN.
Mr. SEWARD has reoently been on a visit to
his home at Auburn, New York, whore he
delivered another one of his able and schol
arly ?pooches, the principal points of which
wo give to-day.
This address gives ovidenoo of Mr. SEW
ARD'S consistent maintenance of the views
heretofore and frequently expressed by bim
as to the true policy to be pursued in regard
to the Southern States. The word "recon
struction," he hoots aB a misnomer-"restora
tion" he regarda as an accomplished fact, and
the only end now to be attained, he contends,
is "reoonoiliation"-the reconciliation of the
Northern Senators and Representativos, and
their constituencies, to the Southern Senators
and Representativos, and their constituencies.
So far as tho South is concerned, it has long
since signified its willingness to be reconciled.
If the question is open, it is entirely the fault
of the Northern Senators and Representa
tives, and their constituencies. Mr. SEWARD
has the consolation of knowing, and we have
i ho pleasure of testifying, that he has faith
lully done his duty in this rogard.
THE TRIAL OF JEFFERSON DA VIS.
It is announoed by two of the New York
papers--the Times and the Tribune-upon
what they claim as good authority, that the
trial of JEFFERSON DAVIS will commence at
Richmond, Ya., on the fi?st Monday of June
Tho defence, it is added, has been entrusted
to CHARLES O'CONOR and JAMES T. BRADY,
of New York ; W. B. READ, of Philadelphia;
Mr. BROWN, of Baltimore Mr. PUGH, of
Ohio * and GEORGE SHEA, formerly Corpora
tion Attorney for New York. The argu
ments, alike for the prosecution and the de
f.'Mje, the Times remarks, will involve the
um t comprehensive and searching inquest
tub's the constitutional authority of the Gov
ernment, and the relations of individual States
thereto, that has probably ever been made
since the foundation of the Union.
a ? a
THE Radioal journals keep up the most
frightful growling over UNDERWOOD'S ridic
ulous indictment of ex-President DAVIS. HO
has done his work so bunglingly that the
loading literary organ of the Radioais (the
Nation) frankly confesses that it does not
seem "very olear whether the bill of indi o t
ment has bean found against him with the
view of getting DAVIS off scot-free, or having
him punished." Thus we go. UNDERWOOD'S
reward for all his dirty work is the derision
and contempt of the Radical lawyers, and the
bate and suspioion of the prinoipal politicians
HI ?I journals of the party. His burlesque
DOUBKRHY nhargo to the Grand Jury, and
lu- H uo ri y worthless indictment, have placed
him just where all respectable people would
havo bim. "Hari Kari" is the lost refuge of
tho unfortunate man.
. ? ?
THAT vilo spawn of the Revolutionists, the
Civil Rights Bill, is running tho gauntlet of
the courts, and seoms to meot v/ith very muoh
tho same fate in every section of the Union.
Few, if any, of the most Radical judges have
yet ventured to pronounce it constitutional,
and it is being completely riddled by decis
ions adverse to its constitutionality in every
direction. Each of those well digested ju
dicial thrusts seoms to pierce somo vital point
of the monster, and it now HOB in a moribund
state. Unless the Supremo Court shall play
the good Samaritan to the Civil Rights Bill,
bind up its wounds, and pronotinoo it consti
tutional, it will do very little mischiof iu any
section of the country.
A COMPETKN'l1 MAN WANTED TO TAKE
; V charge of ton borsos. Wagos $00 per month. A<1
Iress Box 486, Riving reforcnoes. 1 May 29
WANTED, A CAPADLE IIOUSB ?*?J_I*>
VANT-one who can assist with children and
low. Apply at No. 22 MEETING STREET.
WANTED. A WHITE NURSE. APPbY
at Mansion House, Broad-streot.
May 20 I
WANTEDBV AHKSPRCTABI.E WHITE
person a situation as HEAMSTKE8S; can cot and
H ?iinl work tin? Wheeler ft Wilson ?owing Machino.
[los no objection? to do chamber work or to assist In
a'iiisekeeplng. A Hitit ?tion in the country preferred.
\piiiv u? Ne. 89 King ?troit, below Broad.
Mav 20 1*
WANTED, A GERMAN CdUPLG-TIIE
main to act as gardener, &c. ; the woman to d3 the
:o ok I n; st a fa-tly.
TWO CAFARLE WHITE GIRLS OR WOMEN AS
Nurses for infant*.
ThOBi? ? oi vant? aro wanted for a country place, which
is perfectly healthy. Liberal wages and travelling ex
penses paid. References required. At ply to
HENRY COD1A ft CO.,
May 29 6 No. 28 Vendue Range.
WANTKD, A GOUD COOK-PJONK NEED
apply unless capable and well recommended.
Apply at No. 3 SOCIETY-STREET. 2 Moy 28
WANTED, BY A V?UNGMAN.A NATIVE
of thlB i i ty, a situation in a Wholesale or Retail
Grocery Storo. Uni boen in tim business for tonycaie,
and in thoroughly acquainted with it in all its branches.
AddresB "R?jma." at this office. 3 May 28
WANTED, TWO RESPECTABLE WHITE
FEMALES; one to cook and ouo to wash for a
private family, iu which thoy will bo comfortably situat
ed. Uood wi.will bo alvon. References will be re
quired. Apply at No. 2 Chnrch-stroet.
May 28 2
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
8ITOA riON lu somo respectable family, either
as Cook or as a Washer ar ' Ironor. . She would be wil
ling, als >, to moko her?.? if generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, ..: ?t the Offices of the Hally No -vu
and Conrlo r. Mar 28
CANDY -.I.? ICEIt WANTED.-"WANTED,
immediately, a good OANDY MAKER. Apply at
J. C. H CLAUl-EN'S, No. 10 Market street.
IV-faTED, A SITUATION BY A YOUNO
V V man tit steady habits, who can furnish the very
best of references; havlne a small family to support, is
willing to Bor.e his employer in any way to promoto his
inter?s'.. Is a nativo born, and an old King-street o'-fe;
can influence trntlt?. A Uno addressed to Eagle, through
tbePoBtoi-ce, Charleston, 8. 0., will meet with prompt
attention. 3 May 20
WANTED, .,0,001? AGENTS, TO ENGAGE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Buslnoss c ntirely now. No jewelry or agoncy humbug.
$200 lo ?500 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, malo and l?male, having a few hours dally to
spure, sh?>Uld Bind for particulars.
Address, with stamp, O. W. JA0K80N k CO.,
Postoffico Box No. ISIS, Baltimore, Bid.
May l8 ltno
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, offers his services in
the adjustment of c'aimo against the Government.
.Government Securities of all kinds bought and sold.
Apply to CLIFFORD k MATH EWES,
Maya_lmo_No. 31 }j Broad-street.
AGEN 1 S WANTED
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. B. Ia DABNEY. D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIOGRAPHY OF THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. Tho only edition authorized by hta
widow. The author a personal friend and ohief of
Staff of the Christian Soldier. Carefully teviged and
corrode?! by General R. E. LEE. We want an Agent in
every county. Send for circular?* and eco our terms.
AddrcBS NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
No. 2U Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
M.y 28 lmo*
TO BENT, &o.
TO RENT. THAT DELIGHTFUL RESI
DENCE, Vo. A Society street, containing six large
rooms, two dressing rooms, pantry, and outbnlldlngs.
Apply to No. 8 Montague street._7*_May l8
TO R E N T. A COMFORTABLE TWO
STORY HOUSE, containing four rooms and a
kitchen. Apply at No. 12 AMHERST S I RE ET, to RICH
ARD TOBIN. _ 2* May 29
O RENT. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply at this office. 6* May 24
TO RENT. A COMFORTABLE TWO AND
A HALF STORY HOU8E, No. 7 Doughty-street.
Apply at No. 35 Broad street May 23
TO RENT, IN BROAD-STREET, A NEAT
COT TAGE, eustahle for a small family-furnished
or unfurnished. Reut moderate. Apply at this Office.
TO RENT.-THE DESIRABLE STORE
No. 167 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on the premises. April l8
F~~ OR RENT--TWO ROOMS, A LARGE
PARLOR, FURNISHED, and KITOHEN, delight
fully situated on South Buy, for avery moderate Bum.
Apply at this Office._tutu_May 22
OR RENT-A COMFORTABLE HOUSE
in tbe village of Summerville, with every noceB
sary outbuilding, situated in the central part, not far
from Brown's Hotel.
For terms, apply at this Office. tutti Maru
TO RENT, ?'ART OF A HOUSE, WITH
Kitchen, Servant's Rooms. Ac, in the lower part
of Meeting streot, near the Battery. For particulars ad
dress A. B. at this office.
TO RENT.-THAT UK-KABLE RESI
DENCE located at corner Meeting streot and Llgtt
wood Alley. Apply to JAMES R. PRINGLE.
May 21 tuths No. 10 Adgor's North Wharf.
TO RENT, A PORTION OF AN ELIGIBLY
situated and pleasant HOUJE; three rooms, with
the use ol a nae pantry; also two good rooms In the
kitchen. For terms, apply at No. 6 S00IETY-8TREET,
near East Pay. May 28
FOR SALE, THREE FINE COWS WITH
young Calves; also, two fine SPRINGERS. Apply
at No. 1S3 at. Phillp btreet, between Cannon and Spring
streets. 1* \ May 20
LOODED MARE.-FOR SALE, A Til OR.
OUQH-BRED MARE, six years old this spring.
Pedigreo and Mare can be seen at the Store of F. F.
CHAPEAU, corner Chalmers and Church streets.
l't. HA FT HORtESi.-APAIll EITHER OF
U BAY, OHE9NUT, or DAPPLED GREY HORSE8,
accustomod to doublo or single draft, fast movers, and
gentle In harness, rained In Canada from imported
stock, and will be sold at reduced rates for cash or
Also, a DAPPLED 0HE8NUT ROAN MARE, suited
for trotting In harneis or for saddle, and a BAY MARE,
several years here, both of St. Lawrence breed, strong,
spirited, gentle, and enduring,* latter weU suited to a
Rockaway or Boggy, and will be sold low to a resident
for family or personal use. The Oheemita may be
Purchasers are invited to examine them at the adver
t?s- 'B residence. No. 113 Cal bonn street. ?
May 28_1 tuth-3_N. M. PORTER.
FOR SALE-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22)?x27 lnohos; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, MK-gJf
Inches; bed. 22x36 lnohes.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22J?x28 Inches; bed, 26>?
RBGGLbaS' JOB PRESS-Standing Shoet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DeL
or j. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
FOUND, A SUM Oi?' MONEY-THE OWN
ER can recover the same by proof, and payment of
expon os Apply at this office. tnth2 May 20
T__-6V__ MISTAKE, ON THE EVEN
ING of the ICtb, from the nail used by Madam
Girard, for the May Festival, a Lady's Blue and White
Nubia. The finder will confer a great favor by leaving
the same at this office._May 26
OAT, A MALACCA CANE, IVOli Y HEADT
GOLD BAND, market "C.*i t. D. R. Hunt from
Wm. Beldon." A liberal reward will be paid If deliver
do at my office, No. 43 East Bay. D. R. HUNT,
May IS_Captain and Depot Quarte mi aster.
LOST, WHILE RIDING FROM THE
Mills Houso te the Arsenal and back, a small GOLD
WATCH, enamelled, with Ohaln and Locket attached.
Any person finding tho same and returning it to tho
office of tho Mills House will be liberally rewarded.
IIBWa\RD-STOLEN *t?'ROM M Y
stable on Oakley Plantation, 25 mil- from
__arlcston, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the nicht
of the 18th. a SMALL BLACK IIORP.E MULE, \rltb a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shod and
EMSs. Fifty dollars reward will be paid foi* the sppre
ension of the Mule and the thief, or half of the amount
for the return of the Male. N. H. GUYTON.
COMMISSION Kits* ?IP PUBLIC BUILD
A MEETING OK THE COMMISSIONEItB WILL
bo hold raia Dav tho 29th Inst., at 12 o'clock
M., at tho Socrot-kry'H omeo, No. 37 Broad Btreet.
By order of tho Cb-iirnian.
V. J. TOBIA8, Secretary.
May 29 1
PRIVATE nO?\?IJI\0. - IM .U .MA MC NT,
Ti'MiPl'litu and Day Boardara can bo handsotnely
acoommoJated til the toutlicast com.r of M.etlrg and
Marko, strrota Fino rootuH and aot-oinincidaMon for
-aoillles, at reasonable rato?. lino May 28
VIRGINIA flIIL.IT.VRV INSTITUTE, I.KX
THE BOARD OP VI8ITORS WILL MEET AT THE
VIRO.NIA MILITAUV INSTITUTE on tho ?7th of
lune to niako appointm-ts of ('ndot-i. Applications for
STATE and PAY OAD1ST appointment-* will bo uiado to
tho undornlgnod, accompanied with llie usual testi
mon?ala of s-: ?J o ii moral character.
Candidates for appolutmotit mimt bo exempt from
bodily (linease, of u. es tietwceu IG ?ntl 25 yi-ara, and. In
the caso of Slato Cadet applicants, must satisfy tho Board
or their inability ta muet tho expenses of trio Institu
Candidates for admission must be able to read and
wrlto woll, and to porform with f ?dilly and accurst;
the various operations oft ?.? tour grotiud rules of arith
metic, of r?duction, of-implo aud coaipuuud propor
tion, and of vu'?ar and ?lee..-?? fractions.
State Cadets (onn i?.r ??..'? Hena-orlal District), will bo
supplied with I???'.id .i.d tul i??n without charge
Every nrranpem i has boen wade by tho Board of
Visitors to m.l?.tain tuo hifih sclentiflc character uf the
Institute, an.i to put in full operation Us well-tried and
distlnctlv system of disciplino and instruction.
The iv [i.lnatinr; exorcises of tho institution will toko
place ut . lie Institute on tin- 4tli of July. The oxamlua
tionn will commence on the 27tb of Juno, and bo con
tinu? ?1 dally until completed. Tho public aro respect
lullv invited to all ol thrso exercisep.
For all lurthor information, application will bo mode
to the Superintendent. FRANCIS II. SMITH,
May 22 tut Superintendent.
JOH*? ICING "- CO.
AVE REMOV?D FROM NO. 88 HA8ELSTREET,
to Nos. 148245 BAgTBAY._12 May 2G
TUE flUBSORIBER HAS KrMOVED TO TnE
SOUTHWEST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
wheroho would bo glnd to meet his old friends and cutt*
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN atUl superintends the TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as tiBUal. A. S. HULL, Agent,
May 20 Draper and 1 oilor.
HEBETOFOKE EXI6TING UNDER THE NAMB
of JONES k DUBENDORFF waa this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter
be conduct- under the name of EDWARD S. JONES,
In tho Old Stand, No. 210 Kin?-; street.
EDWARD 8. JONES.
Charleston, 8. C. May 28, 1806. May 29
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
undor tho namo of COLCOIK, McCAl LEY k MA
LOY ia tills day dissolved by mutual consent ot all
parties. Mr. JOHN COLCOOE, Comm' -niou Merchant,
of Charleston, 8. C, is appointed our . :;cnt to liquidate
all unsettled businesa. Any person having demands
sgainst tho firm will please pr?tent to ulm; and all per
sona indebted to It will p ease make payment to him iii
Charleston ; to Mr. D MALLOY, in Chora w, 8. O. ; or to
Mr. T. 8. MoOAIalaEY, in Huntsvillo, Alabama.
(digued) O. J. COLCOOK.
T. a MoOALLEY,
May 22 tilths D. MALLOY.
THE POLICLINIC AT THE MEDIOAL COLLEGE,
Queen-street, is open under the direction of the
Faculty every Wednesday and Saturday, from 9 to 10
Medical and Surgical advice and Medicine are given
gratuitously to the poor.
OFFICERS OF THE POLICLINIC.
Prof. E. GEDDINGS, M. D , Chief.
P.GERVAI8 ROBINSON, M. D.,1 ""ItIa."a.
G. E. TRESCOT, M. D., J ^BBIBIAUIB.
Prof. J. J. OHISOLM, M. D., Chiet
S.LOGAN. M. D., 1 Assistants
F.L. PARKER, M. D., f AaBmanM*
Persona may apply for information to either of tho
above at the CoUego, or at their offices.
May 8 tul
DR. W. H. BAILEY,
OFFICE NO. " WENTWORTH-STREET.
Residence No. 93 TRADD-STREET.
May 17 thstuO*
?.II I DINKY SWEEPING.
[HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PER80N8 IN WARD FOUR
(4) that I will commence sweeping on the 30th lnst.
p. v. MCBRIDE,
Sweep Contractor, Lower Wards,
May 29 1* Office No. 6 Chalmers street.
THE TAX BOOKS OF ST. JAMES'. GOOSE CREEK,
will bo oponed on the 6th day of June, at the offlco
of A. J. WHITE k SON, No. 68 Eaat Bay, from 9 o'clock
A. M. to 2 o clock P. M., and then positively closod.
Donblo Tax Execution? issued against all defaulters.
G. W. 8HINGLER,
May 28 28,29-J1.0 T. C. Gooao Creek Parish,
THE TAX COLLECTOR FOR THE PARISH OF ST.
JOHN'S, COLLETON, will open hla Booka on the
1st June next, at Rockville for the purpose ot receiving
Returns and collecting the Taxes for said Parish, and
will continuo thora open until the 10th of ?aid month.
GEORGE W. SEABROOK.
May 2C ntuth7 Tax Collector.
OHIE QUARTERMASTER'8 OFFICE,)
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH CABOI-IA, \
CIIAUI.KKTON, 8. C., May 24, 1888. )
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
this office until 12 o'clock M. on the 1st day of
Jone next, at whian time they will be opened, for trans
porting within the city limita all the stores for whlob
the Quartcrmaator'a Department may be required to
furnish transportation. The contract to remain In force
for three months.
Bidders will state the price per load for which they
will furnish transportation. The average dally number
of loads hauled in the last three weeks bos been two
hundred and fifty.
Bids deemed unreasonable will te rejected,
Proposals must be addressed to ho undersigned?; and
endorsed "Proposals for furnishing TransportaUon."
O. W. THOMA8,
Brevot Lieut. Col. and Oblof Quartermaster.
May 26 0
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, 1
DBPABTMEMT SOUTH CAROLINA. 1
Charleston. S. C, May 15, 1806. )
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS
Offlco unUl 12 o'clock, M., on Tuesday, the 3th day
of June, I860, at which time they will be opened, for
furnishing the Quartermaster's Department in this City
with OAK AND PINE WOOD, until January 1st, 1867.
Deliveries to bo made on South Commercial Wharf, a
auch times, and in such quantities, ao may be required
by the Depot Quartermaster.
The quantity required monthly will probably be obou
One Hundred Cords of Oak, and Ono Hundred and Fifty
Cords of Pine.
Bidders will state the price per cord of the kind o
Wood tbat they proposo to furnish.
Two good sureties in tho sum of One Thousand Do
lara each, to be named In the bid, will bo required for
tho faithful performance of the coutract.
Bida deemed unreasonable- will be rejected.
Proposals must bo addressed ?to the undersigned, and
marked, "Proposals for Furnishing Wood."
C. W. THOMAS,
Brevet Lient. Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
May 16 l8
KENTUCKY 8TATE LOTTERY.
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY 4 CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to $20.
CmOTJLARu 8ENX FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS In the abovo LOTTERY pa-omptly at
tended to. Drawlnna mailed aa Boon as the Lottery is
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-80,000 Tlc"ta* 696
Prlr-. Capital Prize, $100,000. Drawa the loth and
81st of each month. Addreaa *>
H. T. PETERS, D. S. Licensed A/<ent,
No. 00 Hasel strcot, or Key Box S3, Poitofflce.
April 11 _imoa
CHOICE LIQUORS, ALES, WINES, &o.
L. F. GOODWIN,
No. 58 AVentworth-street,
OPPOSITE MILITAIS.Y HALL.
FRES LUNCH ?TRO- 11 A. H. TO 1 P. M., AND
FROM 8 TO 11 P. M.. EVfiRY LAV.
The flucst quality of ICE ORBAM eorv- at all honra
hi the Garden attaohsd to this Establishment.
Come all and refresh younolres. May "
ASERIES OF TABLEAUX WILL BE GIVEN OK
Wednesday, Thursday end Friday Evenings, May 30th?
list and June 1st, l8-, in aid of 1
ST. MARK'S P. E. CHURCH,
AT TEMPERANCE HALL,
Admittance BO cents; Ohildr? u 2C couts.
Doors open at 7X; Otiitatn tisis at i*,1-.. o'clo*}.
May 29 _I 3*
GOLD FOR SALE j
IN LOT8 TOSblT PURCHASE!l8. GOLD Bf UGHT
and Bold by
LOWNDES & ORIMBAlfc,
Muy 20 2 Law Ita? ge, BroacJptreo'.
KNIGHT & RMDOLP
DRALERH IN ALL KINDS OF PHOTOCtMUIO
Material?-, atad orders Irom abroad proiniauUed.
Rooms No. 339 King Strlt,
420. MARKED DOWN. |120.
TUREE DOORS.?SOUTH OF CALIPH.
CLOSING OUT OP SPRING S*K.
BEAUTIFUL BENGALI S . GRENADINE,
Orcnadino do Lyona!*?
Printed Lawn? and (;r<;ai,?lie8
Fluid and Plain Nalnuook and Swiss Muslii
6-4 Crim? ed Nainsook
Children'a Bordered Han ikorchlofs at 10
Stlched and Wovon Corsots
Super Black French Cloths and Cassimeres
1-4 Grass and Spanish Linens
Finest Parasols at lowest prices
O lo ven, Hosiory, Fancy Anieles, ko.
May 28 2
(SUCCESSOR TO HORSEY, AUSTEN k CO"j
HITS AND STHIW 6001
Wholesale and B?tail,
No. 25 _-_A.Y_>T__.-Sr
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
_a?__.X>I_*S? a*?ND MISSES*
SEASIDES, HOODS, &c., &c..
GENT'S AND BOY'S
FUR, WOOL m STRAW M
MES. S. J. COTfUETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMP0BII
FANCY MILLINERY GOODS,
NO. 263 K1NG-8T., OPP. HASEL, CHARLESTON, S.O.,
Country orders Ulled with neatnoss an?! <Hrp_tcb.
April 3 luths 2mo
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KINO-STREET,
NEAR. IIOH IallKt ICS ALLEY,
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "selling and making up
to order," AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, ?he
well-selected Stock of fine CLOTHS, CABSIMEIIES,
DOESKINS. SILK-MIXED COATINGS. DRAB D_*_M.
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper?
workmanship guaranteed. stuth2moa May 19
SHOES _ BOOTS.
KESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND
the community that he has oponed a branch of
butrlneBB in the building comer of King and Market
streets, known as Adger's Big Storo, where ho has on
hBDda large assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND"
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND BOOTS at rednoed
CHOICE LAW LIBRARY.
THIRTY ODD VOLUMES OF THE MOST IMPOR
TANT Works of Law, comprising among thom RICE'S
and CONNER'S DIGEST, complete, offered for sale at
less than cost before the war. The set are In porfect
condition. At '* Misara. BOGERT, DENNY & CO.,
May 23 g Stationers. No. l63 Mcotlng-atreot.
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Presses, Printing Presses: makes and re
pairs Hoisting Maohines for 8tores; mu?-s all kinds of
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with Or without stocks. ?Also,
agoneral run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. AROH'D McX_ISH,
May 2 tuthsOmos No. A Cumberland street.
T TI ~E_
PHELAN BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 135,137, and 130
Corner of Market street,
.-IE NOW OPEN TO THB PUBLIC. TH?Y ASE FUR
PHELAN & COLLEGER'S
UNDER THE SUPERINTEDENOE OF
MR. IT. P. BINNS,
LONG CONNECTED WITH MB. PHELAN'S ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YOBS.
H. P. BINNS ?8s CO.,
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Meroliant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORNER. OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.