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CHARLESTON MIL? NEWS,
G. R. CATHOART, Edito?.
CATHCART. McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET.
BIN?LE COPIES.5 cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.....3cen?a
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE CITY.
?-THE LIST OB1 LETTERS re
mainixajz in the Postoflioe at the end
of eaoh weel? is pnbliisried officially
in THE DAILY NEWS every Fri
The whoat crop of Texas protniaea to considera
bly exceed tho avoragc yield.
By the first of August, certain, tho road will be
comploto from Shrev. port to Marshall, Toxas,
Thoro aro in iNew York city 40,000 vagrant
children, tho g,?spring of crime, vice and pau
The Canadian, a papor published in St. Am
broise, C. E., BtatCB that an old man, while at
work in tho woods, was torn to piecea by wild ani
mals, auppoaed to ho lynxes.
The Now Orloana Times, of tho 1st, paya tho
following tributo to a distinguished officer : "Gou.
Oanby left for Waahington last evening. He will
be long remembered in Now Orloana aa a generous,
honest, able, clear headed man."
There was an extensive fire at St. Louis on Sat
urday ovoning. A large wholesale drug houac,
and a job printing and stationery establishment
adjoining, wero destroyed. The losa will amount
Gen. Bee, writing from Havana, appeals to the
pecplo of TexaB for pecuniary aid in behalf of
Gen. MAonoDEn, lately deposod from office by
Maximilian. He representa Gen. M. aa very
The Suspension Bridge at Nashville has beon
completed. It waa formally teated last week,
eight or ton wagon loads of atone being placed ou
the bridge, and hundreds of persons passing over
it at the name time.
The Washington Star says: ''The statement
that General Fitzh?gh Lee is in command of the
cavalry of tho Fenians is doubted here, as on last
Thursday night he waa at a social party in Alex
andria, Va., and returned to his farm, a few miles
below that city."
Most of the Southern States are taking steps to
establish orphan associations for the care and
education of those made orphans by the disasters
of the Uto war. They are gotten up by priv&to
charity. In MiaalBB.pni they aro to havo one at
Lauderdalo Spring?; in Tennessee at Clftrksville,
Four soldiers of the Sixteenth regulars in Nash
ville, got into an affray with two policemen on
Wednesday, 30th ultimo, who were attempting to
arrest them for Hunting, and severely stabbed the
latter, one of whom, Jack Connelly, it is thought,
will die of his wounds. Tho other poli?oman,
PiHK Davis, is badly though ;iot dangerously
A writer in Hours at Home for June, a New
York magazine, in essaying a description of South
ern life in the country, describes negro tiddlers
with white gloves, a richly dressed lady engaged
in "dipping" at a ball in her own houso, and an
intoxicated gentleman wearing his vest bottom
up a?d closely buttoned to his chin, Three self
evident, deliberate, blundering lies.
We learn from the papers that Richmond can
now boast of fonr very sonorous and fine sound
ing bells- the First Harket bell, State bell in the
Square, the Second Market Station Bell, and the
new. boll in the upper district. We have a very
lively recollection both of tho belles and bells of
Richmond. Thoso Confederate alarm bolls did
yeoman's service during tho last six months of the
"siege of Richmond."
A private count of Congress on Wednesday dis
closed the fact that six Senators and fifty-four
Repr?sentatives were absent from tho city. An
adjournment about the middle of July is regarded
aa certain, although some are opposed to any ad
journment, desiring to havo a succeaeion of short
rec?seos, iu order that the President may not re
move any officers.
Justice Sohuyxeb, of Alabama, has decided a
landlord who takes a married woman to board as
sumes the position of a man about to marry. ' He
takes her "for better or for worse," and if she
fails to come up to the standard of his expecta
tions realized, he must suffer tho consequences,
as he could obtain no redress from the huaband
any more than the husband could from tho clergy
man who bound him to the woman in wedlock.
The Montgomery Mail informs us that Gen. Ros
BEB, whose intelligent and galiant service for the
South reflected Buch honor upon our arma, will
tako charge of the division of the National Ex
press Company from tho Rio Orando to Mont
gomery. Gen. Rosbeb will mako his headquarters
at New Orloana. We learn from him that Qon.
Joseph E. Johnston will remain Proeident of the
Express, having declined tho Preaidoncjrj'?iof the
Alabama and Tennessoo River Railroad, lately
offered him. Gon. Johnston will probably reaide
On Tuesday morning, says tho Now York Ex
press, St. Luko's Epiocopal Church in New York
was the scone of an imposing ceremony, during
which a young lady, who recently became a mem
bor of St. Mary's Sisterhood, was eolomnly conse
crated by the Right Rov. Bishop Potteb. At 11
o'clook the edifico was occupied by a large con
gregation. Several of the Sisters of the organi
zation sat in tho pows near tho altar. They ap
peared in tho black robea of the order, their
drees resembling that of the Catholio Sisters of
Charity. Bishop Potteb, Rev. Mr. Tuttle, and
?ix other clergymen from various parishes, were
preBent in the chancel. The ceremonloa were
preceded by the auto-communion oervice, after
which tho lady candidato for cbnaeoratlon was led
to the altar and Bolomnly eet apart for the ChriB
tian work in which she had resolutely engaged.
Tho young lady received the name of Sister Ag
nes from Bishop Potteb after consecration.
99" AU oommuntoatton? Intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
IhsDa?y News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston,
S. C. Business Communication? to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected oommunica?
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
THUR8DAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1866.
THE TREATY OF 1815.
In a rocont article on Lo?is Napoleon, wo an
nounced some of tho reasons that monarch has
for "(loteeling tho treaty of 1815," as ho em
phatically oxprossod himself in his speech to tho
Maire of Auxerro.
Wo propose today to continuo this subject.
Tho chief ground Napoleon has against thiB
treaty is that it outlawed his dynasty and family.
The treaty, thoroforo, waa practically nullified
whon tho French pcoplo elected Louia Napoleon
to bo thoir Emporor.
Tho Congress at Viouna was perhaps tho most
important diplomatic assembly that over oat in
judgment over tho dostiuics of pooploa and their
princes. It was in session from Novombor 1,
1814, to Juno 10, 1815. It was called together
after the dofoat of Napoleon, and was composed
of tho moat illustrious sovoroigns, statesmen and
military leaders of Europe. It embraced tho Em
poror of Austria, NicuoLAaof Russia, tho Kings of
Prussia, Denmark, Bavaria aud Wurtemberg,
Princo Metternicu, Nesselrode, Cahtlereaoii,
and tho Duko of Wolliiigtoii; Baron Wilhelm von
Humholdt, Talleyrand, and many others.
Frotu tho prolonged session of tho Congress it
may ho infcrrod that tho assembled politicians
had no oaay task. There woro nuraorous con
flicting intorcBts, to harmonizo which required
tho utmost tact of tho very firdt of diplomatists.
NAroLEoN'8 return from Elba, and his enthusias
tic ovation ia Franco, at lust exercised a cement
ing influence on the several diacordaut element?.
They all had one feeling in common, and that waa
fear of Napoleon, aud Ml hold on tno hearts of
tho Frooch pcoplo. Miuor differences were
waived. The leading spirits of tho Congress ar
ranged tho "Map," and war to tho knifo was
aworn against tho Coraican and all his house.
Thia treaty was signed March 13, 1815.
Tho "right divine," tho principio of legitimacy,
formed tho chief basis of tho troaty, and endless
woro tho squabbles set up for tho sovereignty
over littla bita of territory. It was, to all intenta
and purposes, a re-diatribution of tho Sta;es of
Continental Europe. In this scramble, for terri
tory no regard whatever waa had to tho question
of nationalities. Lombardy aud Youice foil to
Austria, Poland to Russia, aud part of it to
Prussia. Denmark received Holstein und Lauen
burg, tito old Palatinato was parcelled out be
tween Baden, HeBse Darmstadt and Bavaria.
Holland and Belgium were formed into tho King
dom of the United Netherlands.
Wo have hore indicated only such changos on
tho map aa clearly unitod antagonistic national
ities, or arbitrarily separated tboao who ought
and wieh to be under one government. No claim
was regarded in this arrangement, except that of
legitimacy, as we have already aaid. The title
was either acquired by inheritance or by mar
riage, sometimes by testamentary conveyance.
It need scarce ho added, that generally in this
Congress, a claim was considered strong or woak,
according to tho weight of tho sword the illus
trious claimant was able to lay in tho balance.
Thia treaty bad suffered several important
changes aud modifications. Tho Kingdom of
Belgium waa recognized aa a separate Staio in
1831. The Kingdom of Poland was suspended in
1832, and iu 1859, at Villafranca, the Emperor of
the French dictated some very importaut changes
ia the map,?too recent and familiar to require
detailed onumeratiou. These are the principal
infractions. We pass by thoao of lesa importance.
It is now proposed (or euppoaed to be), by some
of the contracting powers, to abrogate the entire
treaty, with a view to bring to bear a new method
of ciphering out the intricate problem. This
novel feat of geometry ie to he executed at the
approaching European Conference. Austria, wo
are told, has not yet given her consent to such a
Conference, but (in case she peraiets in her re
fusal to attend) is to he "represented" by Eng
land and Russia. If such Congress meets, tho
annexation of Venetia to Italy will be the inevita
ble result; and this, perhaps, may save Europe
from a long and disastrous war.
No wonder Napoleon diBlikea the treaty of 1815.
It ia a stau ding blot on his escutcheon, and a bar
rier to all his schemes of ambition. He feola
strong enough now to boldly declare bis opinion,
and to foreshadow his intention.
What influence all thia confusion in the affaira
of Europe may exercise on Mexico and our rela
tions with Franco, it should not be difficult to
foresee. The probability is, that in the event of a
rupture with Austria, France will withdraw hor
troops from Mexico, and Maximilian may not
find it easy to supply their place.
CHEAPENING OF STEAM POWER.
Some very hiten Bting experiments have lately
taken placo in On at Britain, which if the result of
the trials are orrntly repirted "show that the
moat approved m.v<-hinintH?<it'iat country have suc
ceeded in building entities Aid boilors which work
at one half tho expense of tbo old machinery." As
Charleston is looking forward to obeap and rapid
communication, not o ,ly with some of the princi
pal commercial cities of this country, but sIbo to
tho establishment of a European Une, these ad
vantages prosont a striking interest.
Tho British Admiralty, some time baok, offored
inducements to threo of the most prominent en
gine builders of that kingdom to construct ma
chinery that would achieve tho greatest economy
with durability. Ramdolpii ?t Elder, of Glasgow,
MaUDSLEr & Bons, and John Penn fc Sons, of
London, wore the competitors. The competing
ships woro the Octavia, Constance, and Arethusa.
The Consiniieeand Octavia were first tried with tho
Liverpool, a ebip containing maohinory of the or
dinary type, but using Btcam at a very low mea
sure of expansi?n.
The result of the experiment was, that the two
former vessels done as much work as tho Liner
pool, with about half the boiler and half the coal..
This they accomplished by using Btoam not un
usually super heat ed, hut with extraordinary moa
sures of expansion. The Octavia expanded tho
steam about six timos, aud tho Constance from
eight to nine times. To place the immense gain
Attainable by this form of machinery beyond a
doubt, the Constance, Octavia snd Arethusa (the
last being the third now boat) woro run from Ply
mouth to Madeira, upwards of a thousand knots,
in order to see which of these ships could produce
the best remit. The Constance oame in the win
I ner by long odda. This ebip consumed but little
over two pounds of ooal an hour por horao power.
The result is eaid to bo something without paral
lel in steam navigation. Tbo Constance was fitted
with a pair of doubln-cylindor eDgiuoe, so ar
ranged as to expand the steam upwards of nino
L WAITBItOAN BK OBTAINED, THOR
-% OUGHLY acquainted with waiting on Gentlemen I
or serving as a Porter. Apyly at ttala Office.
June 7 !
WANTED, DISCHARGED AND DIS
ABLED soldiers and Pallors, and all person?) de
Hir'mtr profitable and honorable employment, to act an
AGENT? f >r the GOLDEN PACKAGE, r ivo dollars por
day can bn made. G Jnno 6
A COMPETENT ENGINKER AND ??AW
YER wishes a situation in a Circular Saw Mill.
The best of references as to ability and character fur
nished Apply at No. 313 KTNG-STREET.
WANTED TU HIRE. A WHITE WOMAN
to do the cooking for a family; also, one to wash
and Iron. Nouo ueed apply unless they can como well
rocommonded, at No. 290 MEETING STREET, i par Ho
limitais. 3* June 5
ROOMS WANTED_A GENTLEMAN AND
lady (Southerners) doslro to rout Apartments,
consisting of parlor, bed room, good pantry, kitchen
aud servants' room. Must bo within ton minutes' walk
of Charleston Hotel. West of King-street preferred.
Address BOX No. 830. Post?nico. 6 June 4
EMPLOYMENT "WANTED, BY A YOUNG
man. n residont of Charleston, in any capacity.
Is a good bookkeeper, and willing to.make bimsen* use
ful lu any business. Beat of references furnished.
Address NUKO, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
WANTED A WOMAN, (EITHER WHITE
OH COLORED), without children, ?o Cook and
Wash for a small family. Good wages givon. Refer
ences required. Apply at No. 3 Rsdcllffe streot, second
gate from St. Philip strict. May 81
CANDY MAKER WANTED.?WANTED,
immediately, a good OAND? MAKER. Apply at
J. C. H. OLAUbSBN'S, No. lOMarkot street.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in sorao respoctablo family, either
as Cook or M a Washer and Irouor. She would be wil
jing, als<>, to mako herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, or at tbo Offices of the Daily Nowh
and Courior. May 28
WANTED?A MIDDLE AGED MAN sS
desirous of obtaining a situation of any descrip
tion requiring tho rxperienco of a business capacity; is
capable of keeping a set of nooks, and corresponding for
any EstaollNhment, or assisting tho Editorial Depart
ment of a Newspipcr, or would like to bo engaged to
write articles on any given subject. Has a large ac
quaintance both in tho country and city. Also under
stands tbo cultivation of Rice and Cotton, and the
management of freedmen, Apply at this office.
WANTED, r>O,0Ot> AGENTS, TO KNO-)GE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Business ?-ntlrely now. No jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 ti) $600 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, malo and fomalo, having a few hours daily to
aparo, should B?-nd for particulars.
Address, with ?lamp, G. W. JACKSON & CO..
Postoffico Box No, 1318, Baltimore, Md.
May 18 Imo
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. H. L. DABNEY, D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIOGRAPHY OF THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized by his
widow. The author a personal friend and Chief of
Staff of tho Christian 8oldier. Carefully revised and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. We want an Agent in
evory county. Bond for circulars and see our terms.
Addross NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
No. 214 Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
May 28 lmo*
_LOST, STOLEN, &o.
LOST, ?TO? EN, OR STRAYED, A LARGE
BLACK SETTER DOG; had on a broad bras*
collar. Answers to the name of "Jack. " A liberal re
ward will be paid if delivered at No. 7 PRICE'S ALLEY.
June 7 1*
STOLEN, PROM MY PREMISES IN
RikersriUe. on the 6th lost., a blind SORREL
MARE, bip shod in tho left hip, and two white hind
feet, and a very heavy tail. A liberal reward will be
paid for any information of tho same.
Jnno 7_ 1*_Mrs. M. DICKEY.
LOST, DEPOSIT BOOK. Flo. 43, WITH
tho Charleston Savings Bank. Tho finder will
please leave it at this office. 3_June 6
LOST, THIS MORNING EARL. Y, EITHER
in King, Wentwonh, St. Philip or Radohffe streets,
between Hasel and Rutledgo streets, a small Packago,
marked "Dr. E. J. OLOVEROP. Orangeburg, 8. O." Any
information regardirg tho ob ovo will be thankfully re
ceived, and a reward given If required. Apply to C.
WfllTTEMORE, 80N b CO., No. 0 Radcliffe-street.
I OST, A MALACCA CANE, IVOItY HEAD.
j GOLD BAND, market "Cait D. R. Hint from
Wm. Beiden." A liberal reward will be paid if drfi vor
de at my office, No, 43 East Bay. D. H. HUNT,
May 16 Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD?STOLEN.
from the subscriber, near Rarn well Court House,
on the night of the 3d June, a LARGE BAY MAKE, 4
years old. and 16;-; hands high. Said Mare baa a small
white spot in forehead, with the peculiar!?.; of hSftiBg
I her eara set very high on her head; when gazing intent
ly at any object, the tip* almost touoh each other. It is
believed that tbo thief is a copper-colored negro, named
Edward Lewis, aad formerly owned by a gentleman of
Charleston. The above reward will be paid for infor
mation which will load to the recovery of the Mare, left
with Mr. JOSEPH SANDERS, of Charleston, or to the
subscriber, at Barnwell Court House.
Juno 7_ 8*_J. R. HAQOOD.
(?h X. ? " REWARD?STOLEN FROM MY
(J^OvJ stable on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
Charleston, on the Northeastern Railroad, on the night
of the 13th. a SMALL BLACK HORSE MDLE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule 1b shod and
paces. Fifty dollars reward will be paid for the appre
hension of the Mule and the thief, or half of the? amount
for the return of the Mulo. N. H. GDYTON.
T?4T OTICE .?PICKED UP OUTSIDE! OP
_L1 Charleston bar, on or about the 16th of April, 1886,
one DOUBLE-EN PER BOAT, 24 feet long, 6 feet beam,
painted black outsido and white inside. The owner la
requested to come forward, prove property and' pay
expenses; if not she will bo sold to pay tho some. Ap
ply to No. 1 LAURKNS-BTREET. 8* Jnno S
TEE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE RESPECTFULLY
to inform their friends and the public generally.
that they have removed tbelr Dry Goods ?.HtsblUhment
?mm No. 858 to No. 264 King-street (Waveny House.
where they hopo by a strirf. attention tn biiMlneas, and
having a select stock of all articles usually kept In a
first-class I'ty Goods Establishment, to merit a con
tinuanc? of tho patronage heretofore oxiennert to them.
P. LYONS & CO.,
June H tV No. ',?64 King, street.
DR. JEHVK >'
HAB'RHMOVED TO MOUTH < OltNI.R MEETING
STREET and LADS. N'S COURT.
E. M. WHITING,
00BO?EH A.SD MAGI3TBATE,
HAS RIMOVED HIM OFFICE TO NO. 34 CHAL
MEI8-8TREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MoINNIS'Blaflksmith Shop, and two doors cast of Moot
JOHN KING At CO.
TAVE lEMOVSD FROM NO. 88 HASBL-STBEET,
to Nos. 143 ?46 BAST BAY. 13 May 26
THE 8?B80BIBEB HA8 REMOVED TO THE
80UJHWE8T CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
where ho vonld bo glad to meet bia old friends and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLTNN still superintends tho TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT aa usual. A. 8. HULL, Agent,
May 20 Draper and 'Jailor.
KINGS MOUNTAIN MILITARY SCHOOL,
YORKVILLB, S. 0.
THE ?ECOND SEdSION OF 1866 WILL BEGIN ON
tbol?th of JUNE, and end on the 16th of NOVEM
Tzbm4?-For Tuition. Book?, Stationary, Ac, Board
ing, Fut?, Lights, and Washing, $116 per session, pay
able in alvanoe. In specie or the equivalent
Olrcultrs containing full information may be saen at
this ofllo), or maybe had on application to
Surviving Principal and Proprietor.
May 17 thrnS
SOUTH CAROLINA RANGKR8 CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIAI ION.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THI8
ABBoclUlon will bo hold at tho Club Room of Ibu
Cbarlroton Hotel, TA? Evening, at half-past 8 o'clock
l'uni-tiial attendance is requested.
_Juno 7^_1_W. W. PEMDERTON, Becrotary.
"ROBERT E?IMKTT? cnichli FENIAN
ATTEND A MEETING OF YOOR CIRCLE, THI8
EVENING, at 7H o'clock, at Masonic Hall, corner
ol King and Wf ntworth atrev?a.
A punctual attendance IB mont earnestly requested, as
business of it. very Important uaturo will ho submitted
for your consideration.
By order: SINNOTT, Sccrclnry.
Juno 7 1?
PYTHAGOREAN LtiDfiK, No. ?I, A. F\ M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF I'YTHAGO
REAN Lodge. No. 21, will bo held IA?J [Thursday]
/ivtning, at Masonic Hall, at 8 o'clock.
By order W. M. F. M. RONAN,
Juno 7 1 Secretary.
ATTENTION r YOUNG AMERICA FUIE"
ATTEND A REUUL1R MONHILY MEETING OF
your Company, at too Charleston Lnuine House,
This Evening, tho .th inut.. at 8 o'clock.
Punctual attendance is requested, as buslncf 8 ol int.
portanco will be submitted lor your consideration.
By order: W. R. 8IDLY. Secretory pro. tern.,
June 7 1 Y. A. F. E. Co.
TO RENT, &c.
a'ORENT, HATTHREE STORY UKICR
X MANSION, Nu. C South Bay. Apply to
W. B. HUNT A CO.
No. 249 Klnc-stre
Jone 7 th8-n3 No. 219 King-street.
TO RENT, APORTfON OP A PLEASANT
HOUSE, with Gas and Water Works, also Kitchen
A SMALL HOUSE, No. 61 America-street. Inquire
at No. H6 0OMINQHTKEET. 3? June 6
TO RENT?THAT DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE located at corner Meeting street and Ligtt
wood Alley. Apply to J,vMKS It. PR I.N OLE,
May 2i tilths No. 10 Adder's North Wharf.
TO RENT, IN BROAD-STREET. A NEAT
COTTAGE, HUBtublo for a email family?furnished
or nnfiirnlahtd. Rent moderate. Apply at this o nice.
TO RENT_THE UICS1UA1JLE STORE
No. 167 Mocting-stroot, oppOBito Charleston Hotel.
Apply on tno premises. April 18
rpHE FIRM OF FRARY A KILl'.OY 18 THIS DAY
X. disBolved by mutual consent. All bills duo by the
lato Firm will bo settled by Mr. PATRICK KILROY,
and all those indebted to tho Raid Firm ?will inako pay
ment to blm, as ho is alone authorized to receive the
samo. GEORGE FRARY.
Charleston, S. C, Juno A, 1860.
HAVING THIS DAY DISPOSED OF ALL MY IN
TEREST in the late Firm ol FRARY A KILROY.
I cease to be a partner from this date. Mr. PATRICK
KILIIOY will hereafter carry on ttfo hit?iuess at No. 214
King-street, and at tho Bathing Home, in his own name.
I hereby recommend blm to my friends and the public
in general. OEOBOE l'RARY.
June 7 1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A COPART
NERSHIP for tho transaction of a General Com
mitBion and Wharfage Business, under the firm of T.
J. KEHR & CO., office Ken's Wharf.
THOMA8 J. KEHR.
Charleston, Jane 1, 186G.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of COLCOCK. McOAl LEY & MAL
LOY is tfcJi'day dissolved by mutual consent of all
parties. Mr. JOHN COLCOCK, Coniintsbiou Merchant,
of Charleston, 8. C, Is nppiltited our agent to liquidate
all unsetilcd business. Any person having demands
agalnttthe firm will please pr?tent to i. Im ; aud all per
sons Indebted to it will p ease make payment to him in
Charleston ; to Mr. D. MALLOY, in Oliera w," M C. ; or to
Mr. T. S. MoCALLEY, In HuntsvlUe, Alabama,
(Signed) C. J. OOLCOOK.
T. S. MqOALLEY,
May 53 tuths T). MALLOY.
HZZI FOR BAL?T~ ZZZ
A T PRIVATE SALE_A 4-HORSE PORT
J\ ABLE ENGINE, In good oi e'er, will be Bold low.
Apply to CLIFFORD.* MATHEWES, No. 31,'i Brood
Btreot. Btutu'J , June 3
FOR SALE ?A LARGE AND STRONG
CARRIAGE HORSE, genUe and well broken.
Apply at this office. 2* June 0
FOR SALE, YOUNG VIRGINIA HORSES,
singly or in pairs, at
Juno 5 3* Corner King and Spring streets.
PRIVATE BOARDING.? PERMANENT,
Transient, and Day Boarders can be handsomely
accommodated at the ?oat beast corner of Meeting and
Market streets Fine rooms and accommodation lor
families, at reasonable rate?. lmo May 28
REPAIRING OF BRICK WORK, PLA8TERING,
WHITEWASHING. Ac, promptly attended to, on
accommodating terms. H. G. DUFFUS,
JnneT_?_tf. . No. 15 Wall street.
THE TAX 00LLE0TOR FOR THE PARISH OF ST.
JOHN'S, COLLETON, wiU open his Books on the
1st June next, at Rock ville, for the purpose of receiving
Returns and collecting tho Taxes for said Parish, and
will continuo them opon until the 10th of said month.
GEORGE W. SEABROOK.
May 1C> stuth7 Tax Collector.
TO BE RAFFLED,
A FINE ENGLISH LADY'S WATCH, IMPORTED
direct. Apply at BOINEST k BURKE,
June 7 ths2_Next to Mills House.
TO BE RAFFLED,
A PAIR OF VERY PRETTY PONIE?, WITH A
SET OF FINE HARNESS; also, 8ADDLE. BRIDLE and
MARTINGALE. Tho Ponlea are well matched, are very
stylish In harness, and are unsurpassed under the sad
dle, either for ladies or gentlcmon.
SB OHAN0E8?$10 EAOH ; tbe Baffle to come off at
LOUIS' RESTAURANT, No. 300 King street, as soon as
all the Tickets aro dispose*, of, which notice will be
given through the papers._3*_Jnne g
STOCK HORSE TO BE BAFFLED.
A SPLENDID BLOODED%TALLION. FIFTEEN AND
r, quarter hands.of "Sir Archy's" stock,with a Mor
gan cross, and an excellent Buggy Hotae, will be raffled
on or about the 16th lust, In Columbia, 8. O., st $10 per
List con be seen at Messrs. LOBING k TURNER'S
| Billiard Balcon, corner o? Market and Hing streets.
Jnne 1 thsmS
G. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEEN REAPPOINTED MEA8UBERAND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, would
respectfully Inform his old patrons and all otbers con
nected with the business, that ho cantbe found for the
preaent at tho Offlco of STEIN MEYER k SON,
June 7_lmo?_Weit ond Beaufaln street.
COPIES OF OEN. B. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to the Army oi Northern Virginia.
For sale at
Jose 4 _No. 9 BROAD-STREET.
SOLICITS PATRONAGE VR THl? FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Bepal/? Weighing
Bcalee, Letter Presses, Printing Presses: makes?and re
pairs Hoisting Mochinea for Stores; makes oU kinds of
Wroughtand steel Plough*, wlthor without slocks.Also,
a nouerai run of BLACKSMITH?WORK; also Wheel
wfaht Work in general. ABOH'DMcLEISH,
May a tnthsOmo? No. ? Cumberland street.
LAST THREE NIGHTS,
T?nrsday, Fri,ayI__tnrday,Me?I 8,9.
Tlircc Fnmlly Night?, with Prices rcducod
to 50 cent??Children ?5 cent?.
GRAND FAMILY MATINEK-SA1URDAY, AT 8 P. M.
Reserved Seats secured at J. M. GREEK'S Book Store,
without additional chanto.
Doors opeu at 7>i?commence at 8>?.
June 7 ._3"
G 0 a r 11ft o n
("fin "Vic iWic toitc ftott?mccu ouf OToiitit BUni?nt
am I'.ont.ni, ecu 11. Jtnii, s MM?.
?iitittittetartcn |tnb bet ter fclflcnbcn ?omito sn ??
? 7 il 5. Slufcl. CSb?i- Jyrcmrcr. .<>. ?iobtnidj?.
GROVER & BAKER'S
A LL THE DIFFEBENT PATTERNS OF THE
!-\. above Machine? can bo found at
H. W. KINSMAN, "
AGENT FOR G. b B. 8. M. COMPANY,
Juno 7 2 No. 279 King-street, up stairs.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WINDOW SHADES
just received, at low prices, at
H. W. KINSMAN.
Juno 7 2
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE GOODS
on hand at low prices.
H. W. KINSMAN,
No. 270 KING-STREET. (UP 8TAIRS.)
June 7 2
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CAS
8IMERE8 AND VESTINGS can bo bad. together
witb a choice assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN 8HIRTS, made .to "order, in any
stylo that may bo desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will glvo hie special attention to the
As usual. lyr Jnne 7
UNION B1NK OF LONDON
PAYABLE ON DEMAND
IN SUAIS FROM
i ?5 TO ?50 STERLING.
FOR SALE RY
WWE. B. HERIOT & CO.
GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE,
EACH ONES CONTAINING
10 sheet? extra thick NOTE PAPER
?10 sheets extra thick Billet Paper
10 extra thick Buff Letter Envolopes
10 extra thick White Epistolary Envelopes
1 fine No. 3 Rubber-Head Lead Pencil
6 extra fine No. 303 Steel Pens and Holder.
A handsome (lift of GO Lu PLATED IVORY, PEARL,
or VULCANITE JEWELRY. M?JaaiM
Prlco for the whole ONLY FIFTY CENTS. "5'V*"~\
This article has had an Immense sale wherever intro
duced, and has given general satisfaction, as it is com
posed of FIB8T-0LA8S MATERIALS, and much cheaper
than could be furnished in any other way.
This Package muBt not bo confounded with the num or
ous bogus gift enterprises by which the country waa
flooded, with worthless Stationery and useless Jewelry;
but an article of real merit, that can only he offered at
its very low price, from the fact of the proprietors hav
ing large contracts made since the late deoline in
pnoes, by which they are enabled to obtain stook at
vory low figures. We Intend to keep this Package up to
its present perfection of excellence, making it a stoplo
article, so that no person who nsea writing materials
will think of purchasing in any other form than the
GOLDEN STATIONERY PAOKAGE.
Sold by Booksellers, Stationers and Fancy Goods
Wholesale and Retail Agents for Charleston,
M. M. QUINN & BROTHER,
Jnne 6_?J_No. 827 KING-STREET.
KNIGHT, & RANDOLPH,
BALERS IN ALL KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIO
Material*, and orders from abroad promply filled.
Rooms No. 339 King Street,
OHLAJRI.ESXOJ?T, s. c
May 30 13 -
SPRING AND SUMMER (JOBS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing'
the publto that he is receiving & It?l assortment of
CLOTHS, OA88S1MERES, COATINGS AND VE3?TNG8
of the best foreign and domestlo manufacturo, adapted
to ?prlng and Summer wear.
These goods having been purohased recently and at
very low figures, persons wishing anything In my line
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them up in the vory best Btyl? at Edaerton b
Richards' old stand, No. 83 Broad-strest.
March W ' j. g, PHILLIPS.