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CHARLESTON DAILY ?BWS,
Q. R. CATHCART, Bun on.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY- WAXM MONTHS.?.50
BINGLE COPIES.5 cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
ajsr-THTK LIST OB1 LETTERS re
int.i ni UK i? th-e Postoffioe at the end
ot each, weale ie iiixblisriet-l orHoiully
in THE DALLY NEWS every ?Fri
Tho Richmond Examiner says: "Wo soo that
DAMA, lato or the Chicago Republican, is in Wash?
ington, whoro ho informs his frionds that ho Bold
out his Bhare in tho Republican on bia own tcrmB.
In othor words, tho proprietors of that paper
woro glad to got rid of him at any price.
A mooting was hold at Kuoxville, on Thursday
last, at which a committoo of twenty-one was ap
pointed, to visit Cincinnati with the committee
from Charleston, to confer upon tho subject of
the proposed Cincinnati, Knoxville and Charles
ton Railroad. Among tho number wo notico tho
names of Govornor BROWNLOW, TAN NELSON, Qen.
CUASIMON, Dr. RODOERS, Col. HEISHELL, QOJI.
TBOWBIUDOE, and Col. JOHN WILLIAMS.
The Tobacco Fair held last week in Louisville,
Ky., appears to havo been a splendid success.
There waB a groat gathering of tobacco mon from
every part of the Cuion. Six hundred hogsheads
were on exhibition, and a finer lot of tobacco, it
ia aaid, cannot bo shown in the world. Mr. Mus
8ELUAN, of Louisville, bid off the premium hogs
head at $5 50 a pound. This hogshead was raised
in Hart County, Ky., and has brought tho highest
price on record.
The Richmond Examiner, speaking of the groat
flood of bogus "fractional curroncy," or "shys
ter" money, now inundating the whole South,
aaya: "Wo wish that the Government would im
mediately oa.ll in theso Bmall notOB, giving the
people an equivalent for good and had alike, and
thon issue enough silver coin to auswer the busi
ness of small chango. One thing is certain, that
we are flooded with counterfeit am ill notes, and
we need relief at once.
Miss EVANS, the authoress of Beulah-an? other
noted works of fiction, has generously purchased
& marble Mausoleum for the Confederate dead of
Jbloi \ Sim han not a good example, that we are
assured will be followed when Southern finances
recover from their present prostration. We can
not expect the United States to do anything for
.. those who fell in arma for secession, nor are the
State Governments now able to do anything. It
is only from private munificence that our loved
and lost can now roooive tho monuments duo to
their memories. All honor to Miea EVANS !
A beautiful painting is on exhibition in Rich
mond, the work of Mr. JOHN H. ELDER, of that
city. It ia entitled the "Sister'a Bera," and rep
resents a young Confederate, wounded and pale,
loaning upon the shoulder of his Bister, eagerly
watching, from tho balcony of their country
nome, the troops passing in the fields belotv. The
drawing and coloring of the figures, their easy
positions, and tho expression of (entures arc won
derfully accurate, and the striking contrast be
tween the healthful complexion of the sister and
the pale, emaciated soldier hoy, ia moat admira
The Augusta Constitutionalist, learned in Mas
sachusetts military matters, thus tliacouraos of
one of her illustrions captains : "Massachusetts,
not unmindful of her greatest Genera), the im
mortal BOTLER, has just elected him major-gene
ral of all the militia. Onco a yoar the Massachu
setts militia assemble, consume vast quantities of
molasses, codfish, gingerbread and sprnco beer,
and conclude the exhibition with a torrifio sham
fight. Upon those occasions tbo contending ar
mies aro called 'British' and 'Continental,' and the
former aro always terribly drubbod, and surren
der, at discretion, to the Invincible 'Continentals.'
BUTLER will, of course, upon the occasion of tbia
anniversary battle, command the 'British army,'
and it will be flogged in one-fourth of tho time
which has been heretofore required for tho job."
The second and closing session of the Board of
Delegates of American Israelites was held in New
York on Monday. The report of the Executive
Committee was adopted, and a resolution of
thanks tendered to the American Minister at
Berne, Switzerland, for his efforts iii behalf of the
oppressed Jewish citizens of that country. After
a lengthy discussion on the expediency of estab
lishing a theological seminary for tho ednoatlon
of candidates for the Jewish ministry, tho mea
sure was finally adopted, the delegates in charge
of the matter engaging to report as to the suc
cess of their movements at the next meeting of
the convention. Having olected Mosers. ABBAU
HABT, H. JOSEPH, Rev. ISAAO LEESER, and S.
SABONI, officers of the Board for tho enBuing year,
the dolegatea dispersed, to reassemble at the call
of the chair.
On Friday night, says tho Richmond Whig, of
Monday, between nine and ten o'clock, a distur
bance occurred at the drinking saloon of WILLIAM
WALL, corner of Cary and Eighteenth streets, bo
twecn a small squad of Federal soldiers and a
party of negroos. During the disturbance, one
of the .soldiers, it is said, was badly beaten by the
negroes. After quiet had been restored tho sol
diers loft the corner, but shortly thereafter re
turned with reinforcements, all hands being much
excited, and oommencod an indiscriminate attack
upon all negroes coming in thoir path. Aftor re
maining abont Cash Corner for some time, tho Bol
diere went round by tho dook, and hero they on
countored a small patty of negroos, and a row
immediately ensued. A nogro named Dick Roano,
.who, it appears, did not participate in the dis
c tarbanco.but was qniotly sitting on tho wharf
with his feet hanging down over the water, was
struck over the hoad and then pushed into the
dook, and waa drownod before assistance could
roach bim. The soldiers thon mado their eeoa^e.
MOT AU communie alton* .ntonded for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the ?Ja?y News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisement! outside of the city must be accompa
nied leith the cash.
FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 186fl.
OUR MANUFACTURING INTERESTS.
No class of citizens aro moro useful to tho com
munity than tho manufacturera. Nono contribute
moro largely to its material prosperity, and none
thoreforo aro moro cntitlod to our cheering sym
pathy and fostoring caro. The tiller of tbo Boil
alono should tako procodonce. He who walks
behind tho plow and makes tho earth yield forth
her iucreaso, unquestionably olaims the first placo
iu our regard. Ho is tbo most useful, as bo is tho
most needed member of society. But next to him
ranks ho who, by his skill and ingenuity, by in
dustry and perseverance, changos tho crude and
ahapeloss raw material into tho serviceable fabric
or tho boautiful pioco of mechanism. Tho ca
pacity of a State for indopendonce and self-gov
ernment appears to depend more upon the extent
of her manufacturing interests than upon all
otbor causes. The ago is clearly material in its
tendency, aud daily growing more so. And wbat
ovcr theories ef economy may havo provailod in
other days, spindles, anvils and sf am engines
now wield a controlling influence iu the destiny of
Wo know that poets and ssjes, in every ago and
clime, have sung tho praises of a country life.
Virtue, it is thought, has bor seat exclusively by
tbo ruetio cotter's health. "Honor sitika where
commerco long prevails," Bays GOU3SMITH. WC
concedo that rural occupations, and a reeidenco
roruote from tho largo contres of commerce, are
moro favorable to a cultivation of tho paa?ivo
virtues than a bold encounter in tho "world's
broad battles." Many of our boat citizens in
former times were opposed to a largo introduction
of manufactories, bocauso of tbo baneful influenco
they wore likoly to oxorciso upon tho community.
They looked to tbo manufacturing districts of the
North, of England, Franco and Gormauy, and
found much in tho stato of Bocioty there prevail
ing that was not desirable, and, if possible, to be
Bnt we do not soo why rank infidel i ty and radical
Ftmriorism must needs be component constitu
ents of a cotton mill or an iron foundry. Very
much depends upon the men at tho holm ; they
should be of the proper stamp, and know how to
govern men without tyrannizing over them. They
should bo mon of intelligence, education and
character. They should havo experience, and,
moreover, must onjoy the confidence and esteem
of the society in which they move. Such men will
find no difficulty in governing thoir little empire :
and if thoy oxerctao proper discretion in the selec
tion of their subordinates and operatives, the in
fluenco shed abroad by Buch an establishment can
not but provo highly beneficial to tho community,
both in a moral and matorial point of view.
We had such manufactories iu our State in
former times. Wo havo somo such in operation
now, and we are glad to know that others are in
progress of construction and organization; and
from what we know of these laat named enter
prises, we think we may confidently aeaure the
respective communities in whioh they aro located
that these acquisitions will redound to their ad
vantage in overy respect. Capital is brought
tboro ; a largo accession of tho population will bo
the immodlate and necessary result. Towns will
soon bo built, churches and school-houses spring
up, to bo followed by librarlos and lyceums, and
all these institutions will radiato their beneficent
light in every direction from the manufacturing
Our community, as a wholo, are religious,-a
church-going peoplo,-and wo hope they will so
remain. Tho multifarious isms of tho Northern
radicals have nover taken hold here, and with
proper caro and exertion on the part of our lead
ers, never will. Let thoso who wield influence
in the legislativo hall and give tone to society, set
the proper example, mingle freely with the middle
and lower c?aseos, and give thom convincing proof
of the interest and sympathy entertained for them,
and we nood have no fear of ohartiam or agra
We take great interest ia manufactures, and
aball be grateful to any of our readers who ?ill
havo the kindness to furnish us the earliest in
formation regarding enterprises of this nature.
" EDITORIAL AMENITIES."
The Courier of Tuesday, in its remarks under
the above caption, surprised us no little by the
ebullition of temper there exhibited. From long
observation, wo had formed a very high estimate
of the phlegmatic temperament of that journal.
We knew that no ordinary event could betray that
vonerablo " conservative " from the evon tenor of
its way. It was curious, too, that this impotent
effort of snappish spite was elicited by its own
obtusoness-spurred thoreunto by tho accusing
pangs of a guilty conscience. Finding, by our
disclaimer of Wednesday, that it had been hastily
betrayed into a very serions blunder,-indicating
its weak point by setting up a defence where no
attack had beenmado,-it atonoe changes tactics,
ignores tho previous issue, and falls baok upon
general boasting. " We are the light of tho oity.
We recognize tho progroea of tho age, and en
deavor to koop paco with the same," otc. All this
is set forth in the most complacent terms, and
with a naineie truly refreshing. Wo o&n scarcely
trust our sonsos. Where is tho ground for such
repeated boasting ? The Courier is evidently very
much surprised at its own new-born enterprise
and liberality, and, with commendable generosity,
is determined to lot tho public eharo in this aston
ishment. Chacun a son gout.
The Courier of yesterday, in a very patronizing
air, states ita disinclination to controversy of a per
sonal charaotor. This is procisely aa we might
have oxpectod from that bold and gallant cavalier.
The "personalities" commenced in the Courier of
Tuesday; we briefly replied, raising no new issues.
Truo, in answorijg the oharges made by the
Courier, we had occasion to alludo to facts and
occurrences not nltogethor'palatablo to our re?
spoetcd frionds;-and it was dearly not to tho in
terest of our cotemporary to pursue the subject
further, aud ho has, theroforo, very prudently
We are glad, however, to find that our neighbor
of "position and influence" has adopted our sug
gestion, ind favored the pnblio, yesterday, with a
sppcimen of ?onilo wit; for whioh wo, and the
public generally, are profoundly. and profusely
grateful. Small favors thankfully roceivod. But
we will not keoo our readers any longer in sus
pens?, for thoy will naturally foal vory carious to
soo tho rara avis-tho Courier witty-Falstaff in
Horo it ia : In tho telegraphic colaron, yeator
day, the Courier titillated ita staid and roapecta
blo roadcra with the following brilliant scintilla
"EXCEEDINGLY AND EXCESSIVELY IMPOBTANT.
" NEW TOBK, Juno G, 1866.
"Tho steamer 'Monterey' from Now Orleans
"QUITE AB IMFORTANT, BUT NOT FBOM THE ASSO
"Tho aloamor ' Rockland,'from Christchurch
Parish, Villago of Mount Ploaaant, on tho other
sido of tho Cooper, ono of tho two rivora which in
tersect at Charloaton, baa nrrivod in this city after
a aafo voyage of filtren minutoa' duration. No
cholera o? board. Foreign nowa unimportant."
On reading the forogjoing wo wore couvulaed
with laughter, and muat bog tho funny man of the
Courier novor again to writo "as funny sa ho
can." It ?B to bo hopod that ho will bear in mind
tho tragic fate of the poor eorvant who fell a vic
tim to Dr. HOLMEB' wit, and, for the sake of hu
But, aB the Courier disdains tho use of Attic
aalt, and, perchance, may not bo familiar with
HOLMES' poem, wo append it hore :
THE HEIGHT OF THE RIDICULOUS.
ST DR. OLIVES WENDELL HOLMES.
I wrote Romo Hoce once on a time,
In wondrous merry mood,
And thought, as Visual, men would eay
They were oxceodlog good.
They were so queer, so very queer,
I laughed as I would dio ;
Albelt. in the general way,
A sober man am I.
I called my servant, and he came ;
How kind it was of him,
To mind a Blender man, Uko mo,
He of the mighty limb 1
" Theso to tho printer 1 " I exclaimed,
And, in my humorous way,
I added (as a trifling jest),
" Thi ro'U bo tho devil to pay."
Ho took tbo paper, and I watched.
And saw him peep within ;
At the first Uno he read, his face
Was all upon the grin.
Ho road tbo next ; his grin grew broad,
And shot from oar to oar ;
Ho read tbo ibird ; a chuckling noiso
I now began to hear.
The fourth ; bo broke into a roar ;
The fifth ; his waistband splii ;
The sixth ; he burst fivo buttons off,
And tumbled in a fit.
Ten days and nights, with sleepless eye,
I watched that wretched man.
And since, I never dare to write
As fnnny as 1 can.
COOK WA1?TKD-WANTED TO MIHI,
A GOOD COOK, whlto or colored, who 1. also a
guod Milker. Apply at No. 209 MEETING-STREET.
June 8 1*
WANTKD.-WANTBD A COOK. AND
WASHER for a small family. One without chil
dren. Apply at No. 48 Hasel street. Roforonces rc
qulrtd. I_ June 8
WANTED TO MIRE, A GOOD COOK,
whito or colored. Also, a good WASHER and
IBONER Beferences required. Apply at No. 3
Church street 2 Jone 8
\\rANTED, FIVE COOPERS, TO GO A
? V short dlBtance In tho country, to mnko spirit
barrels. Apply to STYLES A OARTEB, No. li) Vauder
horst's Wharf._"2_Juno 8
WANTED, DISCHARGED AND DIS
ABLED Soldiers and Sailors, and all person, de
siring profitable and honorable employment, to actas
AGENTS for the GOLDEN PACKAGE. * Ive dollars per
day can be made. 6 Jane 6
ROOAIS -WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN AND
lady (Southerners) desire to rent Apartments,
consisting of parlor, bed room, good pantry, kitchen
and servants' room. Must bo within ten minutes' walk
of Charleston Hotel. West of Rleg-streot preferred.
Address BOX No. 3)6, FOBt office. C June 4
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, In any capacity.
Ia a good bookkeeper, and willing to make himself use
ful in any business. Best of references furnished.
AddrefB NEBO, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
WANTED A WOMAN, (EITHER WHITE
OR COLORED), without children, to Oook and
Wash for a small family. Good wages given. Refer
ences required. Apply at No. 3 Radcliff.? street, second
gate from St. Phillp strtet. May 81
CANDY MAKER WANTED.-WANTED,
Immediately, a good CANDY MAKER. Apply at
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN'S, No. 10 Market atreet
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some respectable family, either
as Cook or aa a Washer and Ironer. She would bs w11
Ung, als), to make herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, or at the Offices of the Dally News
and Courier. May 28
WANTED, BY A YOUNO MAN, A NATIVE
of this city, employment as BOOKKEEPER,
SALESMAN or CLERK. Can influence some city and
country trade. Will devote his attention for a small
compensation. Best of references given. Address
"EMPLOYMENT," through Postofflce. .
Juno 4 mwf3
WANTED.-A MIDDLE AGED MAN AS
desirous of obtaining a situation of any descrip
tion requiring the experience of a business capacity; is
capable of keeping a set of Books, and corresponding for
any Establishment, or assisting the Editorial .Depart
ment of a Newspiper, or would like to be engaged to
write articles on any given subject Has a large ac
quaintance both in the country and city. Alto under
stand. the cultivation at nice and cotton, and the
management of frcedmen, Apply at this office.
WANTED, 50,001? AGENTS, TO ENGAGE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Business entirely new. ' No Jewelry or sgency humbug.
$200 to $500 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Bvery
person, male and female, having a few hours dally to
spare, should send for particulars.
Address, with stamp, , G. W. JACKSON k CO.,
PoBtoflico Box No. 1348, Baltimore, Md.
May l8 _lmo
AGEN I S WANTED
FOR THE1 LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. B. L DABNEY, D. D., O* VIRGINIA.
THE 8TANDARD BIOGRAPHY O** THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized by his
widow. The author a personal friend and Chief of
Staff of the Christian Soldier. Carefully ieviaed and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. We want an Agent in
every county. Send for circulars and tee our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 214 Seventh-street, Riohmond, Ya.
May 28 lmo*
FOn SALE.-A VERY DESIRABLE FABM
three and a half miles from Oreonvllle, O. H , on
the Pendleton Road, containing 200 acres of Land, 50
of which are clearod, on which thero Is a commodious
dwelling house in good order, with extensive outbuild
in s? for servants and l.borers; also a largo stable, barn,
and a fine orchard of fruit trees, and a delightful spring
of wator. Apply to J. A. DAVID, Greenville, or to J. R.
PRINGLE, Charleston._ ftu4*_June 1
OR BALE.-SECO*D HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>,x27 inches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON nAND PRESS-Platen, 22J?x28>?
Inches; bed, 21x38 Inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22^x20 Inches; bed, 2G,<?
x31 J? inches.
RbOGLES' JOB PBESS-Standing Sheet Pros?.
Address W. D. MAXiTBLL, Wilmington. DeL
or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 _ At this OfflcS.
MADAM HUMMEL RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES
to her friends, and the pub ho generally, that she
baa rotnrned to the city, and will resume the duties o
her profession *s teacher of the PIANO FORTE. W11
also give lessons in GERMAN and FRENCH. Apply a
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG A 00.'fl Music Store, No. 191 hing
LA CAItDEUK I.ODUIC, N?. 30.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF TBIB LODGE
Will bo hod Thi* Evening, at Maura fe Hall, at 7J?
o'clock. Member? aro ri quest* d to be punctual. M.
M. clogreo will bo given.
By order of W. M. JOS. 8AM80N.
Juno 8 1 Socrctary.
TO KENT, &o.
TO I1ENT, in BIIUAO-STHEET.A MEAT
COTTAGE, niiitaiilo for a nmall family-furuipliecl
or unfurnished. Bout moderato. Apply at ibis Oftlco.
May 19 _
mo HUNT.-TIIK OKS1RAI1LE STOKE
L No. 167 Mrotlng-stroot, opposRo Charleston Tlotol.
Apply on tuo premlBcs. April l8
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
LOST, DKI'OSIT HOOK No. 43, WITH
tim Charlo-ton Havings Daub. Tho llndor will
pienso leave it at this < flico. 3 . Juno C
rOST, A MALACCA CANE, IVOH Y HEAD
j GOLD HAND, market "Oait. D. R. Hnr.1 from
Wm. Beldon." A liboral renvarel will bo paid if ele-livor
de at roy office?, No. 43 East Bay. D. B. BUNT,
May 16 Caplaiu and Depot Quartermaster.
FIFTY DOLLARS BEAVAKD.-STOLE1V.
from tho subscriber, near Barnwell Court House,
ou tho night of the 3d Juno, a LARGE BAY MAtiK, 4
years old, and 1A>? hands high, (?'aid Maro has a small
white spot in forehead, with tho peculiarity of haviug
her oara sot Tory high on her lionel; wlieu gazing intent
ly at any object, the tips almost touch each other. It is
believed that tho tblof is a coppor-colorod negro, named
Edward Lewie, and formerly owned by a gontlomau of
Charles'on. The above rnward will ho paid for inior
matlon which wUl load to tho recovery of the Maro, left
with Mr. JOSEPH 8ANDEB8, of Charleston, or to tho
subscriber, at liarnwoll Court House?,
June 7_3*_J. B. HAOOQD.
fer/ \ UEWARD.-STOLKN FllO.lI M Y
OU stable on Oakley Plantation, 26 milos from
arloBton, on tho Northeastern Bailroad, on the night
of tho 13th. a BMALL BLACK HOR9K MULE, with a
now SADDLE AND HUIDLE; the Mulo Is shod and
paces, I ifty dollars row ?rd will be paid for tho appre
hension of tho Mulo anti tho thief, or half of tho amount
for the return of tho Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
THE UN^ERBIGNED Bf.G LEAVE BE8PE0TFTJLLY
to inform tin ir friends and tho public generally,
that they have removed their Dry Gooda Establishment
Irom No. 958 lo Nu. 254 King-atreot (Waverly 'House ,
where they hopo by a strict attention to business, and
having a select aleck of all articles usually kept in a
QrBt-cl'ias Dry Goods Establishment, to merit a con
tinuance of the patronage heretofore extended to them.
P. LYONS k CO.,
June 0 " 6 No. 254 King street.
AS REMOVED TO BOOTH CORNER MEETING
BTREET and LADSON'S COURT.
May 30 l8
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIH OFFICE TO NO. 31 CHAL
MERS-STREET. North sido, next door to Mr.
MclNNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-street. May 30
JOH,1? KING ?S CO.
AVE REMOVfcD FROM NO. 88 HASEL-8TREET,
to Nos. 143 145 EA8T BAY. 12 May 26
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED TO THE
80UTHWEST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
where ho would be glad to mcot hla old friends and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN still superintends tho TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as UBUBI. A. 8. HULL, Agent,
May 28 Draper and 1 tiller.
ENT AND DAY BOARDERS can bo' accommo
.dated in a private family. Apply at No. 26 CuMiNU
8TREET. _1*_June 8
PRIVATE BOARDING. - PERMANENT,
TranMent, 'and Day Boarders eau be handsomely
accommodated at the southeast confer of Meeting and
Market streets Fine rooms? and accommodation for
families, at reasonable rate". Ino May 28
PERSONS REQUIRING REPAIRS
OF BRIOK AND STONE WORK, PLASTERING,
WHITEWASHING OR COLORING, will flnei it
to their advantage by Having orders at No. 37 Ttadei
strout. Huch work will bo executed at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonablo terms.
REPAIRING OF BRICK WORK, PLASTERING,
WHITEWASHING. Ac, promptly attended to, on
accommodating terms. H. G. DUFFUS,
June 7_6_No. 3 Wall street.
THE TAX OOLLEOTOB FOB THE PABI8H OF ST.
JOHN'S, COLLETON, will open his Booka on the
1st Juno next, at Rockville, for the purpose ot receiving
Beturns and collecting the Taxes for said Parish) and
will continuo them open until the 10th of said month.
GEOBGE W. SEABROOK,
May 26_etntli7_Tax Collector.
PBOPHSAhS FOR LUMBER. RQ
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL,
the tenth (luth) tlay ot Jane, 1866, for furnishing the
following amounts and description of Lumber to the
Ohorleston City Railway Company, >lz:
4135 Pieoes 4iC, 'IO feet C inches long.
7000 Pieces 4x7. 0 feet 6 inches long.
Said Lumber to be of good and approved* quality; to
be delivered ou or hefore the first (1st) day of Septem
ber, at the Car Factory of Messrs. Wharton & Petsch,
By order of tho Board.
J. BAVENEL MAOBETH,
Secretary and Treasurer.
May 28 m w f
NNEW?OBKAND LIVEBPOOL, BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES. STOCKS, BONDS, Ac.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
June 6 vvfml3 Hoyne-atreet.
C. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEES REAPPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBEE AND LUMBER, would
respectfully inform his old patrons and aU other* con
nected with the business, that be can be found for the
present at the office of STEIN M EYER A SON,
June 7 lmo* West end Bean fal n atroet.
00PIE8 OF GEN. B. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to the Army of Northern Virginia,
For salo at
Jone*_No. 0 BROAD-STREET.
PAVILION HOTEL STABLES,
RODDIN & PICKETT.
NO. 148 MEBTINQ-STREET, TWO DOOR8
TOE PBOPBIETORS OP THI8 ESTABLISHMENT
are now prepared to fornish the public at the
?hortest notice with Oarrlagos, Buggies, Ac.
A NEW HE?BSE
has been received, and wo are preparod to attend to
funeral calls wltu promptness and on mod orate torma.
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens Distrlot, S. C,
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE RESIDENTS?.'
Charleston and vicinity that ho lias formed a C1
ness connection connection with
GK B. OHA^BERLIN,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DBALEB IN GRO
CERIES, PRO VLSI ON H, KTO.,
No. 153 EAST BAT,
"And would moat resoectfully solicit tho patronage of
hi? manv friends and a vjuauutanccs,
ii*y jy wimlmo
LAST THREE NIGHTS,
Tbnrs?ay, Friday, Saturday, June 1,8,9.
Titree Family Nlgltts, ?vi I li Price? reduced
to 00 t ?ni?-* li Hill cn ?5 cents.
GBAND FAMILY MATINEK-SA! URDAY, AT 3 P. M.
Reserved Sestssocurod at J. M. GREEK'S Booh Storo,
w.thout addition?! ci?ar o
Doors opuu at 7>i-commcnie ?I 8,'i.
Juqo 7 3
GAME OF BATTLE,
ILLUSTRATING THE POSITIONS AND MA
NOUVRES OF ARMIES IN ACTUAL ENGAGE
For salo by the Accouut Book- Manuf.ieturer,
Juno 8_3_No. 59 Broad street.
? AIMER ARWV1L. ?
8TEELE, LEADER OF HAT FASHIONS, FEELS
grateful for tho very liberal patronage bestowed upon
him slnco lils re-opcuiiiK of the almost world-ronownoS
.HAT HALL." Having lind a very largo trade and sold
out lils first stock, has oponed a duplicate s:ock of Men's
and Youth's 8TRAW HATS.
Men's and Youth's bTRAW HATS, 50c. to $1.
Youth's PINE STRAW HATS, ft, $1.50, $2. !
Boy's School and Yard STRAW HATS, 25c. i
STEELE'S "Hat Hall," i
No. 325 KING-STHEET-325. .
Juno 1 fi '.
A Just Received ! Jl
THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF
BY LAST ?STEAMER : ,
LADIES' AND MISSES' DEPARTAIENT.
GD?3EY QUEEN, SAILOR HAT,
DEW DROP. HA.ilLTON,
YACHT, THE GEM,
SEA SIDES, mid
GENT'S AND YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT?
BROADWAY HAT, HOWS THAT?
PEKIN, ENGLISH 8TRAW,
LEGBORN8 AND PANAMAS.
This is tho Emporium of Fashions, where can always
bo found the latcBt styles of Hats.
C. H. JOHNSON, ;
JnneC_wf2_No. 2G9 KING-STREET.
GROVER & BAKER'S
A LL THE DIFFEHENT PATTERN8 OF THH
fV_ above Machines can bo found at
H. W. KINSMAN,
AGENT FOR G. A B. 8. JL COMPANY,
June 7 2 No. 279 King street, up stairs.
SHADES ! mm !
A LAnGE ASSORTMENT OF WINDOW SHADES -
I i_ just ?ecelved, at low prices, at
H. W. KINSMAN.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE GOODS
on hand at low prices.
H. W. KINSMAN,
No. 279 KING-STREET, (UP STAIRS.)
fnnc 7 2
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. COBNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, OA3
8IMERES AND VESTINGS can be had, together
with a choice assortment of
G eui I em OIL'S Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIRTS, modo .to 'order, in any
style that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will givo hlB special attention to the
As usa al. lyr June 7'
KNIGHT & RANDOLPH,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
Materials, and orders from abroad promply filled.
Rooms No. 339 King Street,
OiaLAJRIiESTOJST, s. C
May 29 13
STRI AND ?MER GOODS.
THE 8?B80BIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
the public that be la receiving a lull sssortment of
OLOTH8, CA8SSIMERE8, COATINGS AND V?8TTNG8
of the bast foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summor wear.
These goods having boon purchased recently, and at
very low flgu?es, versons wishing anything in my Une
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am propared to
make them np in the very best stile at Edgerton &
Riobarda' old stand, No. 92 Broad-street
March 30_J. 8. PHILLIPS,
BAC H MAN & WATIESJ
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
W. K. BAOHMAN.JOHN-TV ATTBS..
Persons having uniottled business in our bands will
please communicate with os, as our book? and papers
were destroyed by Aro,