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CMLESTON DAILY NEWS,
a. R. CATHO ART, EDI io*.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN Se MORTON,
Mo. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
TO NEWS DEALERS.Scent?
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?S-THH; LIST OF LETTERS re
tn.aln.iniE In the JPostoffioe at trie end
of eaoh week is nntoltshe??! ofBoially
In THE D A-IXiY NMW8 every BVi
The flood in Western Alabama oxlcnds along a river
tract of six hundred miles.
A stock ralBiir in Tonnessoe recently Bold $18,000
worth of Cashmere goats in one wook. Ono owo sold
1 for $1800.
The Marion (8. 0.) Star says : "LEWIS J. BAUn*i.L,
the murderer of Dr. JAMES JAUBOTX, one of the most
promlnont physicians in this section of tho Stole, ox
plated his orlme hero, on the gallows, on Frilay last."
Ref. GKOJWK D. COSIUINOS, D. D., rootor of Trinity
Church in chicago, has been olected by tho Episcopal
Convention of Kentucky as Assistant Bishop of that
Dloccso. He H at j>r >n-nt abaeut in Europe.
"Sodium Amalgam" ?B tho nauio pi a now explosivo
compound ot California origin. Tho explosivo power
of one ounce of this material is paid to bo equal to that
of twenty-Bvo pounds of gunpowder.
/:? Therecoiptefrom cuBtoms from the Southern porta
f, '. last month were vory large. From New Orleans alone,
they amounted to about $2,000,000. This will mako the
total receipts from tho ?arno source amount to $18,000,
The ship Syren, winch arrived at Now York latoly,
from Liverpool, reports having been brought to by a
Shot from a British war voasol off Bmtry Bay, and aub
Jootod to au examination as to her belligerent chorac
,, *r. .
The Worcester spy says that the iron car of tito Adams
Express Company, which weut through that city from
New York to Boston on Monday night, cou tain.ni ab out
$7,000,000. Two woll known burglars wero known to
, bo op. the train, bat found no chance for operations.
: The St. ' Louis correspondent of the New York Times
says that the Rev. Mr, FERGUSON, npon lining expelled
by the Radicals from tho Prcsbyterian General Assembly,
"foil Into the arme ot tho fair rob?is, who loft the galle
ries to mont him at the door and crown him with their
,'i laurels.'? ' ; . [ j
The oolnago at the British mint for ibis year will cost !
. ?19,182, of whioh ?10,000 la for g ?Id, ?4100 for silver,
and ?7603 for coppor. A ?um equal to the last will be
,, reoovered by the sale of old copper n?it required for the
recclnage. Tho seignorage to be ptld into ?ho Exche
quer in respect of tho year's coin ige of silver is estim ti
tea at ?30.000.
UOlonei o .NEIL, "uommander-ln-Chlef of tho Irish
Republio in Oauada," is the same offlcor who captured
the guerrlUa JOHN MOOGAN, during his Ohio raid, and
he has the guerrilla's sword in hia possession. This
sword was given to MOKOAN by somo British sympa*
thizers with the late rebellion. So wo read in one of the
, Northern papers.
Owing to the almost total abaonco of frost in Franco
daring the winter the Paris icehonses have been unable
to obtain supplies from their usual aonroes. Twenty
trucks, each carrying five t-mn, arrived lately in the city
r from Basle, Switzerland, and steamer s come to Havre
every week from Norway with cargoes of ice in blocks.
Great excitement 1B said lo prevail at and near Conor
Island in conaequenco of reports prevailing that the
Board ot Health propose taking part of the Island for
. quarantine purposes. It is announced that tho owner
: of tho territory In question will causo forcible resist
ance to oo made to any attempt at occupying the
premises for the purpose indicated.
; Tho ?idltor of the Houma Guard. Louisiana, in a re-j
cent look along Bayou du Large, saw but few negroes :
"We walked out Into tho Acids, and saw no laborera bat
tho planters themselves, their sons, or. In a few in
- stances, white assistants. All were in the field?, plow
ing, hoeing, harrowing or planting-men, womou and
children. Tho crops wero generally in Ano Order. "
Judge DBAKK, of tho United StateB District O urt for
Dtah Territory, has refused to isa >o naturalization pa
pers to any person practicing polygamy, since the pas
sage of the Act of Congroas with reference to that crime.
.. . . . The judge holds that a man who doflos the antl-polyga
; j ' my Aot of Congress," or any other law otthat body, is
in no way entitled to cltizonsbip.
The Spring session of tho galnm (N. O.) ! Female
Academy, an excellent institution, was closed last week
by a grand mualcal entertainment. During the .session
the number of pupils was 24?, from the f lio wing d tates,,
The: North Carolina 110; Georgia .8; Virginia 13 ; Ton
- nosso lu; Mississippi lu; .South Carolina ?>; Alana/na P;
: Arkansas 8; Texas 1 ; Sal?-m? N.:0., 48.
The Lynohburg (Va.) "JVi-ioi says: *'VARIA E. NAIL,
['? from MocVavlllo, Davie county. Nor Hi Carolina 'JO j? urs
old, 18% inches in hefghth, and welg ting 17 pounds.
' "_ orriv*d in this city Baturdiiy evening . and-, wo under
stand, will give o serles of recep-iona during tke coming
week. Bho lBtrpresentoii ny those who have seen her
to be one of the greatest cariosities of the age." f^
A Columbus (Ohio) journal ?avs: VSomo . wooka Binoe'
r? a large amount of the ammunition in the State arsenal
was sold to a manufacturer of Cincinnati, who packed
and i hipped it to it? destinai Ion. " TRI a amounted in all
f to about ?80,000 rounds. . It is now understood that the
( ' pretended manoiaeturer purchased the ammunition re
ferred to tor Fenian uso. Had this been known the sale
would rot have beep made,'for favorable propositions
had been repeatedly refused fro-n Fenian agonU."
Monday evening, about 6 o'clock, a white man was
seen to leap from Pocahontas Bridge into the Appomat
tox river, and though immedla'e exOrtions were made
to rescue him, all efforts proved of no avail. Parties
were soon engaged in hauling the river for his body, bat
it oould not be discovered- There ara many conjoeturea
Q as to who the man was, and one repoit rays tie was the
brother of ono of the most reap ct^.l oltlzeus of Peter?
_ burg, but nothing definite is known. He was evidently
intoxicated, having, Jost previo a? to (ho fatal at, boon
to several drinking houses In Ptioahouuia, endeavoring
. i to obtain Uquor. ...
The New Grleans Picayune aavs: ??Wo lea-n, from Jef^
feraori, Texas, thateosuddtn and higti w?ro tho li ?eds,
from tho reoeut heavy rains in that vlcini'y? that much
merchandise was reached b.fore it cou hi be removed,
In some instauoea the water roae even U> the topa of the
f . hmisea, and numorous foundations were undermined.
Many hefda'/pf ca? ti?, also, i?ere avtrtakrii li. ^bfi.?v?r
?** , -- - flowing waters' and hfArvod ?r fafthed* o'.tr intttCkl?n?*
v* ?'?*'? on his way dcrwfli saw many thus oteitatou that -njiist
bave inlsorably perlabcd. All our Red Hi v. r oxchaugos
speak of similar disastrous floods, which have deluged
the whole country, sweeping away dwelling*, and laying
jaw AU communications intended for pubiioationtn
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Baily News, No. l8 Hayne-streel, Charleston^
& O. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected oommunioay
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied urith the oath.
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SATURDAY MORNING, JONE 9, lRCff.
Wo have not tho ploasuro of the acquaint anco
of Mr. REDPATH, bat wo have hoard of him. We
aro eorry to say, howovor, that wo uavo not hoard
much good of him, eave and alone what ho kindly
ana considerately condosoonds to toll ue about
himself from wooli to wook in tho columns of the
Now York Evening Post. Ho writos of his past
labors. Not unfroquently Charleston jn his
theiuo, and we havo read many of his communica
tioDs relating to the colored people ot this city.
Ho writes from Boston, not having h eon in this
eily in many months. He doubtless took co pious
notes when bo was in our midst, and now on
lightens the Northern publio by drawing upon
this thesaurus. Whether ho limits his droughts
to his diary i8 doubtful, however. We are often
tempted to think that his fancy or II?H prejudices
aro called into requisition for a proper ombeliisb
ment of hiB facts.
There is one very strikiug feature in all bis lot?
tors, and it is one we do not Uko to speak about.
Wo havo long observed it, but have forbomo any
mention of it. He shows an intimate kuowledgo of
tho priyste and domostio affairs of our colored
folks ; so minute and circumstantial is he in his
narratives, that ho morits no little crodit for bia
porsovorance in prying iuto other peoples' busi
ness. Bat we are not sure that he ia thaypnly oao
entitled to this praise. Other Northorn writer?
also havo dono much in th s line. Mr. REDPATH
is specially fond of speaking of tho mulattoos,
those of "mixed blood." His prurioot imagina
tion rovela in this theme. He doBCribea tho choco
lato and molasses colored beauties with great
gusto, Bpoaks of the connection with distinguished
Carolina families, etc. Every letter is brimful of
this, bia favorite topic. And yot, while thus con
stantly ringing tho changes on our "colored aris
tocracy," as ho stylos thom, he likes them not.
They are too whit?. His taste ia inolanotio. Tho
Simon Pure is the only object y oar ned for by bia
Wby Mr. REDPATH thus libels our most respeot
ablo colored society wo aro at & loss to know. Tho
only roaaon that suggests itself to us is that the
said colored people did not take to Mr. R. They
probably considered that they know moro about
South Carolina and her people, both wbito and
black, than did Mr. R. They were not ready to
yield a blina obedience to all his bohests; ia fact,
thoy gave him to understand that they did not
thank him for his efforts in their behalf. Hence, i
theao lampoons. He is particularly hard on
what ho call? tho "disloyal colored citizens."
We copy what be says about tho "colored tax
payers" iu Charleston:
In Charleston, iu 1859, there wero 355 colored
Among those there were 109 slaveholders.
The value of their real catato, as assessed by
the city, .was i75G,000. '
On account of incomes and commissions their
taxes show $1300 oreditod to them.
Estimating their slaves at $MH) each, their value
amouotod to *iao,ftnfi Tt maybe thought that
this Is a high est?malo, but 1 oouevo la is lo*u
than thoy would average, for the reason tbat so
large a proportion of thom were singlo slaves
house-servants and adults. On plantations the
estimate would bo too high; but, as we will soo,
tbat rule does not obtain hero.
They owned $1000 worth of horses, and "goods"
-for saj?-estimated at $400.
This gives us a gratia total of $898,707 in gold
as tho value of tho real estate, slaves and horses
owned by the colored taxpayers In Charleston
when tho war brnko out.
Their taxes reached $12,G78 in gold, and was
levied as below:
AMOTJ??T OF THEIB TAXES.
Amount of real estate taxes at $i BO.$11,340.77
Amount of income and ootxtrntxaioa st $2 SO.. 32.60
Amount of tax o a, on slaves at $3. 834.00
Amount of taxes on horses at $10.;. l.o.oo
Amount of taxes on goods at $1 60. 6 <0
Amount of poll tax. 866 00
NOMBEU OF BI.A.VE3-HOW HEU).
The slaves of the colored slaveholders wero held
in this proportion :
43persons held each... 1 slave.
39 parsons hold each. 2 ?laves
14 persons held each. 8 slaves.
10 persons held each. 4 slaves.
4 lierions held each. S slaves.
3parsons bold each.*. eslavos.
a persons hold each. 7 slaves.
1 person held. 8 staves.
1 person held. 0 slaves.
1 person bel t. 13 slaves.
1 person bold. 14 slaves.
109 total of slaveholders. Total of slaves. .078
Ho is specially bitter on these "ex-slavehold
era of African descent." For these he thinks
there is no redemption. They certainly h ave
committed the unpardonable sin. Ho gives con
I voratttionB Mr. OLMSTKAD had in Louisiana with
[negroes, owned by colored folk, and also favors
I us with thor, ault of his own taquines, showing.
| that Cnffy fared woreo io tho hands' of a master
of hie own color. . ?? ->' A J
We do not profess any learning on these dark
and ahstruso subJeote,nnd consequently forbear to
give any opinion." We do hot know what tho ob
ject is of Mr. BEDPATUV. inquiries. Wo eau only
gnoss, first, that bo wishes to sh >w tbat miscege
nation is. not only fo&aihie but desirable; or, se
condly, to prove that a negro ?san niako money
an?talo o&ro. of it. rhir.lly.that oqlored folka like
.whlto-people'bettor .than thoy /to those of thoir
own race. Fourthly, that a society for the pre?
vention of cruelty to animals was very much
noedod among our colored aristooraoy before the
As wo have alroady stated, wo do not know
which of tb'fo proposi ion*, if any,' Mr. REDPATH
is endeavoring to pnvo; bat we incline to
think it is the first named. That unquestionably,
ia hie favorite topic.
.'We do not like to ace our peoplo thoa libelled,
and shall hep a close watch upon Mr. RKDPATH'S
letters to the Post; and ir be persists iii misro
prustntii)ii uifik.rs boro, wo shall take the liberty
of sotting bim right
THE CONSTI/UTION?L Rf(JBTS AND RE
). LA.TIO "?is ?OF THE;SO UTIIERN STA TB*.
w?.^fen."nHJro? JO .?? ?RtsoM, of the Hupreme
Court of tho tJnifea 8 iit? H,' ro.-.dorod last -Wt-dues?
day, io tho case of Ktu?, CHU loave no doubt lu
thomli-ds of thone wiio .?.?ard law and respect
Mittori, j, as to what %r- thr c< institutional rights
aud a relation H of .ho H uririi Stutts, and what
.?PiliM1"''1? ??..-''.?r.pri* ?ve* aii^feroKkVW?Vef
Honthern citron?: flnV esliHMMlJ auy doubt'
tbatiii&?Honiiiig tocnf rw inWMal law, as baa
boen done by military official?, in every HUtu and
county of the 8ouib since the installation of civil
authority, theao officials have rendered tbome^lves
liable to reclamation*, penalties and prosecutions.
Bnt it is in it? bearing upon the States thtt the
opinion of Jungo NXLSON is most important. We
quote his language on thia point:
"Indoon, long previous to this (the timo of
Egan's trial) a Provisional Governor had boon
appointed by tho President, who is commander
in-cbiof of tho army and navy of the United
States (and whose will, under martial law, con
stituted tho only rule of action), for tho special
purpose of clanging tho existing stale of tliiiiRo
and restoring civil povornniont ovor the pooplo.
In purBuanco of this appointment, a now consti
tution had boen formod, a Governor and Legisla
ture elected under it, and tho State in the full on
ioymotit, or entitled to tho full onjoymont, ot all
tor constitutional rights aud privileges. Tho
Constitution and laws of the Union were thereby
acknowledged and obeyed, and wore as authorita
tive and bin-ling ovor tho people of the Stato as
in snv other portion ot tho country. Indeed, tho
moment the robollion waB suppressed and the
government growiug out ot it uubvorted, tho an
cient processes, authority and laws resnmod their
accustomed sway, subjoct only to the now re
organization or the appointment of the proper
officers to elvo thom operation and oflect. This
reorganization and appointment of tho public
functionaries, which was under the superintend
ence and diroction of tho President, as comman
dor-in-ohief of tho army and navy of the country,
who, as snob, bad provionsly govornod tho people
of tho 8tato from imperative necessity by forco of
martial law, had already taken place, and tho ne
cessity no longor oxisted."
As tho Baltimore Sun remarks, this high judi
cial exposition of a groat political question by one
of the most venorablo, learned and upright Judgos
of tho Supremo Court, who comes frosh from con
ference with his brothren, arnon z whom all those
great isanes wero considered, and beforo whom
they woro debated at tho re. cut term of the Su
preme Court, is an authority ?quivalent, under
th- circurastancoa, to a decision by tho wholo Su
premo Court. Tho pooplo will accopt tho light of
Judgo NELSON'S opinion as tho marinor upon the
trackless ocean places his faith in tho compase,
which points invariably the trno course in sun
shine and in darkness.
With tbis decision tho opinions of STEVKNN, of
SUMNER and othors, that the Southern States
have forfoited their rights as States of the Union,
and aro no longer entitled to tho privileges of the
Constitution, fall completely to tho ground. With
this decision before him, overy reasonable and
candid mad is compelled to admit that every con
dition, overy restriction which ?B attompted to be
put upon any Stato beforo admitting her to repre
sentation in Congress, is a plain infraction of tho
Constitution, for tho support of which the war
was carried on. This decision is a solemn con
demnation of the Commit too of Reconstruction,
and of each and every modification of their plan
now or lately pendi?,g bofore Congress, or which,
under tho pressure of their necessities, may bo
The language is pnro and aimplo that, under
their present constitutions, and the Governors
and Legislatures eleotod under them, every State
"ia entitled to the full enjoyment of all ber con
stitutional rights and privileges."
Thoso words place tho whole moral power of
the judiciary of the United States alongside the
Executive, and exhibit to tho gaze of the world
the majorities in Congress and their Bupportors
as tho only real enemies to the peaco and per
petuity of tho Union to bo found betweon tho At
lantic and Pacific ocean B.
WANTED IBlnEDIaTELV?, A GOOD
MAN COOK, to cook at the Aiken Hotel, Must
come wed recommended. Good wages given.
June 9 _8_ H. SMY3EB.
WA. wrier?, A gETTL^O WAN TO AT
TEND house. One with proper references can
obtain a good place by applying at No. 151 MEETING
STItKET, opposite Charleston Hotel..
Juue 9_ 1
WANTED, A SITUA TI ON BY A WHITE
WOMAN, in some respnctablo family-in willing
to mako herself generilly useful. Apply at No. 33 St,
Phiiip-street, opposite Public School. I* Juno 0
WA1?TED, A. GOOD COOK, EITHER
White or Colored, and whn can come well re.
commended. None others seed apnly. Alf o, a WOMAN
to do house work. Apply at No. 7 George-street, be
tween 8and 10 A. M. and 3 to BP. Id.
June 9 3
WANTED TO HIRE, A GOOD ?TOOK.
white or colored. Also, a good WASHER and
IBONBB. Refcrenoss required. Apply at No. a
1 Church street 3 June 8
tl-ANTED, PIVB COOPERS. TO GO A
Tv short distance in tho country, to make spirit
barrels. Apply to STOLES k OABTER, No. 10 Vander
horst's Wharf. 2 Juno t?
WANTED, DISCHARGED AND DIS
ABLED Holdiorsand Pallors, and all persons de
siring profitable and honorable employment, to act aa
AGENTS for the GOLDEN PACKAGE. * ive dollars per
day can bn made. 0 June 6
ROOMS WANTED.-A GENTL.EMAN AND
lady (Southerners) desire to rent Apartments,
consisting of parlor, bed room, good pantry, kitcht-n
and servante' room. Must bo within ten minutes' walk
of Charleston Rote], West of King-street preferred.
Address bOX Ni. 910. Post r./Seo 0 June ?
EMPLOYAIENT '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.
' Addrers Ne. BO, Glass Box No. Iff, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some respectable family, either
as Cook or as a Washer and Ironer. She would be w11
,ing, als >, to make herself generally useful. Apply at
No. l8? EAST BAY. or at the Offices of the Dally News
and ?oorior. _May 38
\?'/ANTED- A MIDDLE AGED MAM ftS
* V , deslrou? of obtaining a sitnation of any descrip
tion requiring the 'xperlencbof a business capacity; is
capable of keeping a sut of Booka, andoorreapondtuK for
any Estai.li??bm?-nt, or Assisting the Editorial Depart
ment of a Nowsptper, or would llketo be eugagrd to
write sr doles on any given ?subject. Has a large ac
qntiuUnca both in the conn ry and city. . Abo under
stands tho cultivation of Bl e and Cotton, and the
management of freedmen, Apply at this offloe.
/one*) ?, '.',','
WANTED, 50,00(1 AGENTS, TO KNGAGB
' ta s light, useful and permanent employment.
Buslnoss entirely new. No Jewelry of agency humbug
$300 tj |60l> F?ll MONTH GUARANTEED. Bvery
person, male and /?malo, hartog . tew. hours dally to
spare, sh-mld e?-nd for particulars..
Address, with ?tamp, G. W. JACKSON k OO ,
Postoffice Box No. 1848, Baltimore,Jtfd.
May lbY_" .- ._ lmo
AGEN I S IVANTED
FOR THE LIFE AND OAMPAWNB
GEN. (STONEWALL*/ JACKSON.
B* PR? iib*. R. L D\BXJf; D. D., OP VIBGINIA.
'pHE HTANDABD BldTrlAPH? OF'TBE IMMOB
I ?AL BEBO. The only edition authorized hy his
widow. The author a persous! friend and uhlef of
SUB*of the Obrintian Soldier. Carefully revised and
corrected by G en val R. E. i.EE. We want an Agent In
every county. Send for circular? and >ee our terms.
Addreus NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
.J- - - . . . No. au Uovonth-Btroot, ltlchmond, Va.
May 38 - - . nu .? - lmo*
HoAsio- A LARG?C AND witi.i, PUR.
, NISIi'hD Hrnttiwei-t BOOM, with go ti Board, in
a nap-rUbi?) private family, w|?n a five minutes' walk
of the battery an i iim-in t s part of th? ony, can be had
b> _______ _* thls.offlce._atna?_ June 8
1' JBtVtTK BlUflOin^KHS. HEMlT S.
tit? sou, Wo. 78. Broad Street, .two (3) doors west
of Gu-rd House Permanent nvd Transient BwsrtWa
aoriomuiodatvyi. . ' '' ew*8? May IS -
IyitlVAliC BUUtOIAO -I'EHM.?l?E'iT,
irau-l nt, and Day Boarders esa be handsomely
acooinmojate?! at ?he -outbeast corner of M-et'ig and
Market air. eu Fine room? sad accommodation for
Annules, at reasonable rate. lmo May la
TfOUNO MEN'8 CHHIgTIAt? ASSOCIATION.
AiJEKTINO OF THE YOUNO MEN'S OHllISTIAN
ASSOCIATION will bo held, Thtt (Msturday) Even
ing, JUDO Oto, 180; at 8 o'clock at 1 rlulty Church, Ha
sel street. 8. CUATBUBN SHOWN.
FHANKLIN LUDliK, No SO
THE lti.OUL-.lt (OHM MCATloN WILL BE
held at Masonic hall This Evening, at 8 o'cl >ck.
JnneB 1 J. WOODRUFF. Secretary.
_TO RENT, ?So._
l'Ofl K.V1', II/ITTIIIIKKS'IOKV UKICK
JL MANSION, No. C South Hay. Apply to
W. U. HUNT t CO.,
Jnno7 tbsm3_No. 249 Klpg-strcot.
TO HKNT.-TIIAT OKSIIt.AUL.IC llK.sI
DKNOE located at ooruor Mcetiug street and Ligit
wood Alloy. Apply to J ?MEs li PRUNGLE,
Mayat tutli? No. 10 Adder's North Wharf.
TO HEVT, IN BKOAD-8TKKET, A NEAT
COTTAGE, Hustahlo for a small family-fuminbod
or unfurnished. Rent moderate. Apply at this Omeo.
ry\0 RKNT.-TIIE DKS1HABLE STORE
JL No. 167 Mf?otlng-ntroot, opposlto Cbnrloaton Hotel.
Apply on tue premiara. April l8
_LOST, STOLEN, &o._
FOUIV?, ?>W THE 7TH IWST., A BUNCH
OF KEYS, * blch the owner can havo by applying
at this office,_1_ June 9
LOST, ..THE IiAKGKBT DOO IN TOWN."
-fltraved from my prem'ses, on tho morning of
the 8ib, A LAHOE BLACK AND WHITE NEWFOUND
LANu Duo-, ariBwors to tho namo of "Nero." Any in
formation respecting same lo't at F. F. OHAPKAU'3
STORE, corner Church and Chalmers streets, will bo
tbanktullv received aud a liberal toward to Auder.
June 9 _1
rOisT, A MALACCA CANE, IVO? Y HEAD
j ff.iLD HAND, market "Oa t, D. It. Hut.t from
WDI, Bilden." A libiiral roward will bo paid if di 11 ver
ti? at my omeo, No. 43 East Bay. D H. HUNT,
Muy 15 Captain and Depot Quart?rmsslQr.
FIFTY DOLI.AUS HEW A It D_STOLEN.
from the subscriber, near Barnwell Court House,
on tim night of the 3d J ti no. a LA HOE DAY MA .? i ?:, 4
yara old, aud 15;? bands hlfjh. f-old Mare has a small
white spot in forehead, with the peculiarity of having
her ears set vory hlgb on her bead; when gazing Intent
ly st any obj'-ct. the tips almost touch each other. It is
behoved that tho thief la a copper-colored negro, named
Edward Lewis, and formorly owned oy a gentleman of
Charles on. The abovo reward will bo paid for Infor
mation which will load to the recovery of the Mare, left
with Mr. JOSEPH SANDERS, o? Charleston, or to the
subscriber, at Harnwell Court House.
June 7_8*_J. It. HAQOOD.
?.?/ \ HEWAUD-STOLEN FK?M MY
.)U Htablo on Oakley Plantation, 25 miles from
arle?ton, on tn? Northeastern Hsllrosd, on tho night
of the 13th ii SMALL BLACK Hu KSK MULE, with a
new 8ADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shod and
paces, r ifty dollars row>rd will bo paid for ino apnro
benalon of the Mule and the thief, or half of the amount
for the return of tho Mule. N. H. GUYTON.
jtJMMER RE IDENCE FOR SA LE-A
.7 cumfortsulo and plesaant Residence in the town of
Oreonvillo, S. 0., consisting of two delightfully situated
Co'tagee and nine acres of land, on tbo fenn loton road,
one mile tram the Court House, and fl vo minutes' walk
from the ?allroad depot-part of said premises being
within, and part without, the Umlts of the town of
(.reenvide. One cottage contains fivo finished rooms,
with kitchen, well, outnulldlngs, Ac; the other, two
rooms, an outbuilding of two rooms, sad a well It
could be divided into several lots. There is also a largo
log cabin some distance from the house. The above pre
nds-s contain nine acros of giod land, under cultivation ;
about KIO fine fruit trees, rose trees, ?c, Ac. ; two wells
of water, not ti, ro surpanbcd by any others, Ac , Ac.
In point of situation, whotbor for health, comfort, con
venience to schools, churches, Ac, It cannot be sur
For terms, &c, appl> on the prem?eos, or at JOHN
A. MICHEL'8. Laud Surveyor, No. GI St. Phuip-strcot.
attica hours from 2,li P. M., to sundown.
Juno 0 _, Btaths4+
. IK AliTIKIIL RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
X5 The delight lilly al usted ? OTTAOE, Istoly occn
p ed by O IL M. Hatch, on Buncombe-street, Just out
side the Umlts t the town of Gre on vi le, will be sold on
accommodating terms, and immediate possosaion given.
Tho Houao contains five rooms, and the outbuildings
are so o>tensive and commodious that two families
might be comfortably accommodated OB the premises,
If necessary. Nearly everything on the placa bas been
done over and Improved within tho last five years It
contains sint> acres good land, mostly ander cultivation,
a large and promising orchard, the best of v? au r, and
nearly every convenient looked for in and abjut a
country bouae. In poll,t of situation, whether in view
of health and comfort, or its convenience to schools,
churches and good roclety, It is . not surpassed in tbo
up country. Apply to T. P. ALLEN.
Greenville, 8. 0.
Or J08EPH WALREn,
Charleston s. O.
Jane 6 wstuth 4
FOR S A Lio-SECOVD HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 23;,'x'J7 iuohes; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Pisten. 22x23 inches; bed,
24 li*SS% inches.
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, MXt?Bl?
inches; bod. 22x36 inches*.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22Xx28 inches; bed, MM
RHGGLE8' JOB PRESS-Btandlng Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del
or* J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
THE UNDERSIGNED BUG LEAVE RESPECTFULLY
to inform their friends and the public generally,
that they have removed their Dry Gooda Establishment
<rom No. 358 to No. 254 Klng-atreot (Waverly House ,
where they hope by a strict attention to business, and
having a select stock of all articles usually kept In a
firat-cHes Lry Goods Establishment, to merit a con
tMuanoe of the patronago heretofore extended to them.
P. LYONS A CO.,
Jons 6_B_No. 2C4 King street.
DR. JBRVBV ,
HAS REMOVED TO" SOUTH CORNER MEETING
STREET and LADSON'B COURT.
May 80 _l8
E. M. WHITING,
00nO*TEK AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 OHAL
MEItS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MclNNlB' Blacksmith Shop, and two doora east of Meet
THE R?BSORTBEB HAS REMOVED TO THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
whore bo wonld ba glad to meet his old friends and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN sthM superintends tho TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT OB usual. A. 8. HULL, Agent,
May 26 . Draper and Tailor.
THE OOPARTNBR8HIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
auder the name of 0OLCO0K, MoOAi LBY A MAL
LOY la this day dissolved by mutual consent of all
parties. Mr. JOHN COLCOOE, Commission Merchant,
of Charleston, S. O., Is appointed our agent to liquidate
all unsettled burliness. Any person having demands
again ?t the firm will piesse pr?tent to . im; and all per
sona Indebted to it will p ease make payment to bim In
Charleaton; to Mr. D MALLOY. In Oheraw, S. 0. ; or to
Mr. T. A MoGALLKF, In Huutsviila, Alabama.
(Signed) 0. J. OOLOOOK.
ia T. ft MoOALLEY,
May 32 tu tis D. MALLOY.
REPAIRING OF BRICE WORK, PLASTERING.
WHITEWAhHING, Ac., promptly attended to, on
accommodating fcrinn. H, O. D?PF?9,
June 7_ 6_No. 3 Wall street.
THE TAX COLLECTOR FOR THE PARISH OF ST.
JOHN'a, COLLS TON, will open his Books on the
1st Juno next, at Rock vlilo for (he purpose of receiving
[.??turns ana collecting the Taxes for aald Parish, aud
sid continuo them open until the loth of said month.
OEoHOK W. 8KA ?HuOK,
Msy 8? stafh7 , Tax Collector.
ROs A? HA VA ?A hUTTBRY?? CirBAr
CUND?tfiKD BY THB SPANISH OrOVBBKMBNq
$5/30.000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY nHVENTEUN
Prlaea cashed and Information furnished.
The highest rates paid lor Doubloons r.ud all kind
KUI ta. dli* r. llllAMtS AOO.-ltt> kd/S.
.iwru ?* . rta?a rio-!. Vu ...not ?te? 3ti
LAST THREE IVIi;ir."S,
T?nrs?tay, Priday, Saturday, Jane 7,8,9]
Ttirco Vu mil y Night?, u ii ii Prices reduce
to >II ? < IIIH-< lil lil? ?ii *i5 cunts.
OBAND FAMILY MATINEK-8.MDUDAY, AT 3 P. M.
noRorved KentHHOcurod at J. M. OREEK'S Book Store,
without addition ,1 ci nr o
Deorn open ;it TU-couimence at 8>i.
?Jiiuii 7 S*
THE STATUTES AT LAH&E
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
FOB SALE, THE STATUTES AT L\BGE OP
1SOUTU. O ?.BOLINA, complete; including the 11th
volume. Apply to JAMES 1 . OANTT, ESQ ,
Juno 9 3* Corner of Broad and Church ata.
SALT WATER Bri?.
rpiIE TIDE WILL 8EBVE ALL THIS AFTERNOON
JL at While Point Garden Bathing House, offering a
Bplendid opportunity to tuoEO who desire tho luxury of
a sea bath. I'. KILROY,
JuuoO 1 Proprietor.
PAIR OF FINE PONIES
Comes off This Evening, at 8 1-2 o'cl'k,
AT LOUIS' RESTAURANT,
No. 300 King-street.
All CHANCES must be paid for
No. 279 King-street.
BILL OF F^RE
THIS D -A. "ST -
ICE CREAM l
H II K H II E II T i
ORANGE, LEMON, RASPBERRY.
FRESH EVERV OAV I , >
SAM POFF3, JELLY BOLL8r?i^j
IOED PLUM CAKE.
WEDDING OAKE, CALF FOOT JELLY,
BEU3QUIT GLAOE, BLANO MANGE, p
June 9 .."ggi a
_.--?-. ??"J- '^y-.
PREPARED SHUCK, CURLED HAH
MOSS AND SPRING
WIRE SAFES AND COT
A NEW SUPPLY JOST RECEIVED AND
E, R. COWPERTHWAIT,
No. 305 KING-STREET,
A. S. HULL, Agent,
S. W. OOBNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
TTTTHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OLOTH8, L
W HIMERE8 AND VK8TINGS can be had, toget
with a cholos assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MU?LIN SHIRTS, made .to Corder, Bl
style that may bo desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
As usual. lyr Ji
. . MI
OB THB '
GAME OF BATT]
ILLUSTRATING THE POSITIONS A?
NCE0VBH3 O? ARMIES IN ACTUAL EN
For sale by the Account Book Manufacturer,
li III AM BARE
.June 8 8 No. v.? Uro? d J: