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?HAIM?INTON DAILV MU,
G. R. CATHCART, EDIT on,
CATHCART, .tte.ttlLLAN & MORTON,
No. IH HAYNE-STEEET.
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DAILY -I Hil E MONTH8.?.BO
?ONBW8 DEALERS.3 cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
SWTKK LIST OK1 LETTERS x>o
xxxuirxi nu lix the Postoffloe at the end
of eaoh week le pixhllsrieel ofxloiully
lix THH3 DAILY NTOWS everyFri
Tho State university of Mississippi, at Oxford, num
bers at prcBcut 200 students.
The warehouse cf Mr. NUTT, ot Wilmington, N. C,
was dcatroyed by Aro last Sunday night. Loss about
Tho New York Times says of Qonoral SCOTT : "He was
moro jealous of his literary thau of hlB military fame.
Ho would endure criticism In reforence to his battles
with equanimity, but la raattors of taste in litoraturo,
or even of punctuation, he could not brook contradic
Tho Raleigh Prcgresi, ot Wednesday, says : "Wo
learn from a private letter from Goldsboro', N. C, that
a difficulty occurred in that town ou Monday, the 4th
InBt. Two negroos wero killed and Mr. GEO. MORROW
(white), chief of pollc?', was severely cut in BOVCMI
places. On Monday night an oxtra police forco of sixty
citizens kept duty all night."
The Lynchburg Newt says: "Tho fatality of cholera
amongst the hogs, in various sections around us, is be
coming alarming, particularly to thoso who aro addicted
to tho use of bacon. Wo hoarof nuinbors of gentlemen,
especially iu Amhorat, who two or three weeks Hinco
had from twenty to seventy-five hogs, who now have not
a single one."
Tho Shenandoah (Va.) Herald, speaking of tho mills
and barns burnt throughout the Valley by Hit KUI HAN,
under GRANT'S order to lay waste and devastate, says:
"In this neighborhood, wo aro happy to say, the most
of tho barns havo been rebuilt, and the mills are pro
gressing rapidly, and will bo completed in time for the
The following gives a list of tho Bishops of the "Epis,
copal Methodist Church," with thoir salarlos: Bishop
SOULE, $1600; Pishop PIERCE, $3000; Bishop EARLY,
$2600; Bishop KAVANATJOH, $2500; Bishop ANDREW,
$2500; lithop PAINE, $3000; Bishop WIGHTMAN, $3000;
Bishop MARVIN, $3000; Bishop MCTTEIBE, $3000; Bish
op DOOQETT, $3000. .
The Department of Stato has been informed by tho
United States Consul at St. Orolx, West Indies, that the
crop of sugar this year will probably reach 12,000 hhds.,
With a correspond? ii? quantity of molasses and rum,
say from 6000 to 8000 hhds. of molasses, 3000 of rum.
This will be fifty per cent, more than tho crop of 1866,
and fully double that of the precediug year.
TheNowbern (N. O.i Commercial saya: "Wo regrot to
learn that the resblonce of Mr. SCOTT, noar Doop Gully
upon whoao family a great outrago waa perpotratod a few
weoks ago, was, a night or two since, burned to the
ground. We havo not hoard the particulars. Tho ne
groes convicted at Trenton Suporior Court of the last
outrage upon UIIB unfortunate old man were to havo
boon hung last woek at Trenton. "
The ladies of the Hobrow faith iu Richmond havo
formed a Memorial Association, for the purpose of be
stowing proper caro on the graveB of tho dead Confede
rate soldiers of their people. Mrs. SOLOMON DAVIS is
the President and Mrs. ABRAHAM LEVI tho Secretary o?
the Association. Between forty and fifty young Jews,
who were killed in battle or died lu hospital, aro buriod
in the Jewiah Cemotery of Richmond.
In consideration of the fact that no legal payment
can be made to any Southern officer of the Treasury
who has not subscribed to the test oath, the Secre
tary of the Treasury has notified all such that their
resignations will bo accepted. He has siso made a
request that Congress pr?vido for the payment of
those who havo been performing the duties of the de
partaient for the time during which they have boon BO
The National Intellegenccr says: "At frecdmon's vii.
lages, Rev. J. T. JOHNSON 1B performing the ceremony of
marrying the people, of which three hundred couples
will bo married by tonight, and making legal the old
marriage relations. The spectacle Is really amusing.
Squads of twenty or moro couples stand up and aro mar
ried at once. These consist of old and young, the aged
and the infirm, arrayed In all manner of gow-gaw and
cast-off finery that tboy could pick up. Many enter upon
the ceremony with reluctance, and only consent to the
regulation, which Is insisted upon by the Freodmen's
Bureau, when informed that it is necessary to their new
condition of freedom." Wesupposo they will soon all
be marched to the creek and proporly baptized.
On Tuesday, Judge UNDERWOOD, of the United States
Court at Richmond, declined to give a decision on the
question as to tho right of lawyers to practico in that
court without taking the oath prescribed by Congress.
He remarked that he know it to be in contemplation by
some of the most radical mon in Congress to repeal the
disqualifying act of January, 1884, and was of the opln
ion that the act would be repealed before tho adjourn
ment of tho present Congress. Its repeal had been
strongly urged upon Congress by a majority of tho Su
promo Court. Inasmuch as this question had boon very
ably argued before the Supremo Court of tho United
States, ho felt great delicacy in undertaking to go fur
ther than to simply acquiesce in whatever course the
gentlemen of the bar were disposed to take. There
would be no departure from the usual courso on the
part of this court, unless an objection should bo made,
but he hoped tint no objection would bo made st this
time, believing that the act would soon be repealed.
The Now York Tribune, in reforrlng to tho rojoctlon,
at the instance of tho Government, of the application of
Mr. DAVIU" counsel for an i inmediato trial on tho treason
Indictment, and tho adjournment of tho Court till tho
first Tuesday In October, says that meantime it ia un
derstood that Mr. DAVIS will bo roleasod, oltber on balj
or on parole, and it presuinos tho Government feels tho
pressure of public opinion so far as to recognize the
necessity of accepting the alternative of Immediate
trial or immediate release. A congressional committee.
It is true, is investigating the evldonco on which com
plicity In tho ussasslnatlon of ABRAHAM LINCOLN is
charged, yet we are bound to suppose that the Govern,
ment has long had full knowledge of that evldouce. So
in regard to the starving of prisoners, and other mimili
tary erimos for which Mr. DAVIS is still held to an?,wer
at the bar of public opinion. Their truth or falsity ought
to have been determine d before now. If Mr. DAVIS la
innocent, it Is gross Injustice to keep him in prison.
Judge UNDERWOOD hints that some action of the Gov
ernment is likely to Intorvcno between this and October
which may prevent any trial at tfeat time. The Tribune
well says the Government will find frankness in this
matter the beat policy, and should avow its bollol or its
disbelief in tho pending charges,
ra- AU communications Intended for publication <n
this journal must be addresied to the Editor of
the Ba?y News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
B. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We oannot undertake to return rejeoied communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
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MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 18CC.
JUDOE UNDER WOOB.
ThiBlattor day Diniol-imposed upon Virginia
for her eitiB,-is very much given to proachimr.
But for cortaiu iuhoront peculiarities, incompati
ble with tho aacrod oflice, wo should nay thia dia
tinguiabod jurist has mialakon his vocation. Ho
proforred tho ormino, doubtless not thinking him
Bolf worthy to bo "a saint in lawn." But notwith
standing ho has east his lot with the profano and
worldly, ho never allowa an opportunity to paBa
unimprovod by a homilctic exorcise. Those sor
nioiiB aro put forth undor tho namo of "cbargos."
Whon the first of thoso was dolivorod, wo cannot
say with accuraoy. Tho "chargor" horotoforo
has occupied an obscuro position; wo may thoro
foro bo excused for not having closely followed tho
aoveral atopa in bia public career. Wo havo an
iudistiuct recollection of first seeing bis namo in
tho public priuta, as tho solitary delogato from
Virginia to tho Black Ilopablican Convention
that nominated Mr. FREMONT. This unimportant
item bad paesod into oblivion whon tho accidente
of our civil and aooial revolution again brought
thia individual acum to tbo surface; now to be re
warded for bia protagoniam iu the Black Republi
If ever man owed his position to accidont, UN
DERWOOD is that man. Ho ?B altogether an extra
ordinarily ordinary man; and in a normal Btato of
society could nover havo riBon to distinction or
oven notoriety. And yet is ho not altogether an
ordinary man. For if ho wero, ho would conduct
himself with decency and propriety, and not pros
tituto his high office, for the baso purposo of ma
licioualy veutiug bia loDg pent-up Bpito agaiuet
his follow-citizooB. An ordinary man pays rogard
to public opinion; autl does not wilfully or nced
leasly outrago all thr most aacred feelings of bia
friends and neighbors. That Judge UNDERWOOD
has taken occasion to do all this, and to do it re
peatedly and doliborately, provos him no ordinary
man. The Now York Herald is not generally con
sidered very squeaniiah on question3 of social
propriety. Yot Judge UNDERWOOD shocks the
nerves of oven tho Hrrald.
Wo say not this because we are in the least dis
loyal. On the contrary, it is our loyalty takoa
umbrage at such language and conduct on the
part of a United States Judge. Mr. UNDERWOOD
had a perfect right to bo an abolitionist, or any
thing else he liked; and to him doubtless be longs
the credit of having been an original Virginia
Unioniat. He can moroover lay hia band on bia
hoar t, and thank hia God in tho market place (or
tho Oonrt Houae), that he never waa as wicked as
these sl&veholdors. Thia auction ho can lay on
bin soul. But ought ho not also to remember,
that slavery waa ono of the lawful institutions of
tho land; and that aome very good people had
been slav?, holders?
We venture to say that even Mr. UNDERWOOD,
jaundiced though bis vision bo, JI?IB known of
sneh. Is it decent, therefore, for him, a citizon of
Virginia, and a United States Judge, to attempt
to stir np tho prejudices of his jury, and of all tho
crowd of Northern Radicals, against the people of
Richmond, by saying that that city had "long
boon the centro of tho groatost traffic in human
beings that ever disgraced the world; a traffic
which has omployed many hundreds of moral
monBters and many millions of capital; subsidiz
ing the proas, pulpit and politics of the State, ren
dering Richmond more infamous among men for
this great crimo than all tbe cities along the coaBts
of Senegambia, Uppor and Lower Guinea, Congo,
Loango, Angola and Bengnela combined?"
Tbo Judge is a learned and a travellod gentle
man, and of coureo is quito familiar with the
crimes of slavery all along the African coast. In
Ibis he has tbo advantage over us. We know
nothing of Senegambia, Sec, &o.; but we do know
something of slavery as it oxisted in Richmond;
and with all due deference to the opinion of the
Judge, we humbly auggest that he is somewhat
mistaken in his estimate of tho horrors of slavery
in that city.
We will say nothing here of the chaste and clas
sic references the Judgo m ado in his "charge" at
Norfolk to the ovila of the "Institution"-then as
now gratuitous and uncalled for. These remarks
wore indecont,-obsceno. No gentleman would
havo boon guilty of such utterances. Yot the
Judge doubtless considered it his duty to launch
theao envenomed shafts at-the mother of WASH
INGTON, JEFFERSON, PATRICK HENRY, MADISON,
MONROE, CLAY, SCOTT and TAYLOR. Even tho New
York Herald, romarkiug on the abovo African,
geographical quotation, says : "Hia violent do
nuncii tiona of Richmond and its people en masse
wore better adapted for a stump speech from
Parson BROWNLOW, or a locture from that untam
able shrew, WENDELL PHILLIPS, or for such a
savage as Judge JEM-REVS on his bloody assize,
than for a United States Court upon a case of
And yot are thero aorno who find ground for ad
miration in the character and conduct of Judgo
UNDERWOOD. We honestly confess that we are
not of this number. TOM PAINE, JOHN WILKES,
and LLOYD GARRISON, havo, in a measure, occu
pied similar positions to their times and genera
tions. Thoy enjoyed tho honor of holding opin
ions, shared by very few cotemporarios. But wo
do not think that history accords them a high
plaoo in consequence of their disregard of public
opinion. And yot mast wo oravo pardon of the
shades of thoae worthies for comparing with
them thia new mado modol of a judge. If there
is a sublimity in impudence, Judjro UNDERWOOD
has certainly reached it. Wo remomber nothing
more shamoloss, more devoid of heart and feeling,
in a man of such high and dignified position, elnco
the daya of JEFFREYS. '
What ho remarked to bia jury, regarding the
throats used against him and thom by parties in
Riohmond attempting to intimidato them,-ia
quito of a pioco with tho remainder of his char
acter. The bully has ovor boon tho coward. It is
quito natural that ho who will tako advantage of
the acoident of official position to wreak a potty
personal vongeanco on a couquored foo, should
sniff an assassin in tho breath of evory breeze
WhUoitis very poasiblo his guilty conaoiouco
Bhouid foel such torror, and apprehend suoh dan
ger, wo do not bellevo one word about these
anonymous throats of whioh ho speaks in his
"charge." "The wicked floo whon no maa pur
Lot it not be said that wo aro severe on Judge
UNDERWOOD, because ho has arraigned JEFFERSON
DAVIS. In this he morely oboyod tho ordors of
hie auporiore. It ia tho marmor in which bo has
discharged this function wo object to,-tho gra
tuitous insult hoapod upon tho peoplo and coun
try, by this judioial mounter, to whom they aro to
look for fair and impartial justice Hie disoaeod
imagination dolightB in diBguating and rovolting
images, all conjured up for tho bumiliction of
tho people cureod to bo judged by th?8 Pluto.
Some thoro aro who find oxcuso for tho lau
guago and manner of Judge UNDERWOOD, in tho
tiHHuiiied fact that ho has Buffered much from per
secution at tho hands of thoso lato Virginia
rebels, both before and during tho war. Wo bo
liovo it not. Dut ovou woro it so, it would still not
justify such "Charles" as thoso at Norfolk and
Richmond. How difloroot Prosident JOHNSON!
HO also lias long boon averno to slavory. ITo un
doubtedly suffered much obloquy in consequence
of his oxpresHod opinions aud proforcncoB. Yot
soo how differently ho feolB and acts in roForonco
to this samo quoation. When ho roso from a
comparatively privato station to that of Chief
Magistrato of tho country, ho nobly laid by all his
privato passions,-loves and enmities; and with
singlo oyo and stoady purpose has ovor sinco boon
endeavoring to roatoro pearn to our troubled and
tlividod land, heal tho wounds BO copioualy inflict
ed, and euro tho many Borea of tho body-politic.
This is a glorious mission,-fit undertaking for
tho greatost of mon; and wo pray to Qod our
President may bo epoodily succoaaful in hie lauda
P. 8.-8inco writing tho forogoing, tho mails
havo brought us p*pora from every part of the
United Slatea, and all, of whatovor party or com
plexion, with scarcely a singlo oxcoution, loudly
condemn this foul-mouthed Judge.
WANTKU, A WHITK WOMAN TO COOK.
and wash for a srnal? family. Recommendations
required. Inquire In Rut ledge-street, cnit eldo, six
doors above Hprlng-stroef. a_Juno 11
WA1VTRD, B\ AlOUNG 1MN, A SITUA
TION in nomo Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has nome kuowlodgo of tbo Dry Gooda,
and a thorough bnowltdgeof tbo Grocery Business, hav
ing been In that business on his own account. Ho will
study the Interest of hin employer, and ia willing to
mako himself gene rally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." throngh tho
Post?nico, or apply at this ofllco. _|Juuo 11
MIIiLWItlOHT-A COMPETKNT AND
responsible MlLLWhlGHT is wanted to put up,
in Kershaw District, a SAW MILL, GRIM MILL and
COTTON GINS, to bo run by water power.
The boat of references will be required.
A GARDENER is wanted. Apply to
LOUIS D. DESAUSSURE,
June 11 mwfS No. 23 Broad street.
WANTED, A STORK OR KING STRKRT,
between Liberty aad Market streets. Addroas
T. F. ELL8WORTH,
May 28 mw PavlMon Hotel.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD
MAN COOK, to cook st the Aiken Hotel, Must
come well recommended. Good wages given.
June 0 3 H. 8MYSER.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, EITHER
White or Colored, and who can come well re
commendod. None others need apply. Also, a WOMAN
to do houae work. Apply at No. 7 George-street, be
tween 8 and 10 A. M. and 3 to 0 P. M.
WANTED, DISCHARGED AND DIS
ABLED Soldiers and Pallors, and all persona de
siring profitable and honorable employment, to actas
AGENTS for the GULDEN PACKAGE, .five dollars per
day can be mado. 6 Juno 0
EMPLOYMENT WASTED, BY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, In any capacity.
Is s good bookkeeper, and willing to make himself use
ful in any * iBlness. Best of references furnished.
Addrces ttLLsj, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some respectable family, either
an Cook or as a Washer and Ironer. She would be w11
ling, als >, to make herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAT or at the Offices of the Dally NOWB
and Courior. May 28
WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED M,VN l8
desirous of obtaining a situation of any descrip
tion requiring the < x perlen co of a hu sin ess capacity; is
capable of keeping a set of Books, and corresponding for
any EstaiiliMhment, or a>siatlng the Editorial Depart
ment of a Newsptper, or would like to be engaged to
writo articles ou any given subject. Has a large ac
quaintance both in the country and city. Abo under
stands the cultivation of Rice and Cotton, und the
management of freedmen, Apply at this office.
ANTED, 50,000 AGENTS, TO RNG.iGE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Business entirely new. No Jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 to $600 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, male and female, having a few hours daily to
spare, should BOnd for particulars.
Address, with stamp, G. W. JACKSON k CO.,
Postofflce Box No. 1848, Baltimore, Md.
May l8 lmo
AGBN I S WANTED
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. R. L DABNEY, D. D" OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIOGRAPHY OP THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized by his
widow. The author a persoual friend and Chief of
8tanTof the OuriMlan Soldier. Carefully leviaed and
corrected by General R. E. 1,EE. We want an Agent in
every county. Bond for circulars and tee our tormu.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 214 Savonth-stroet, Richmond, Ya.
May 28 lmo**
RH n OVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMOVED FROM NOS.
138 140 and 142 Mcotlug-stroet. to tho large and
commodious Store, No. 137 EAST BAY, opposite North
Atlantic. Wharf, where their friends can always find
them; and hope, by strlot attention to business, they
will merit the continuance of their patronage, so libe
rally bestowed upon thom as heretofore,
LAUttEV k ALEXANDER.
?_-OUT-D')OR AUOTIO.N SALEd ATTENDED TO
A8 HEBElOFOhE._If)_Juno li
THE UN ERSIGNED Bl-O LEAVE BE8PE0TFULLY
to inform tb? ir fri?-uda and the publlo generally,
that they have removed their Dry Goods Establishment
'rom No M? io No. 264 King-street (Waverly House,
where they hoi?e b*> a strl-t attention to business, and
having a Delect st' ck of all ardiles uaually kept in a
&rst-el*ss i.ry Goods Establishment, to morit a con
tinuance ot the patronage hereioloro extend? d to thom.
P. LYO^S k CO.,
June S B No. 264 King stroot.
AS REMOVED TO SUOTF (ORNER MEETING
KTKEET and LADSuN'S COURT.
May 30 l8
E. M. WHITING,
COKO IE? A -D MAOI ?niATE,
HAP REMOVED Hlr ? -FF1CE TO NO 34 CH1L
MERB-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
Moi NM l8' Klacknmfth Shop, and two doors eaat of Moet
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RKMOVED TO THE
HOUTHWr-T HORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
whore be would bo nina to meet his old friends and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN still superintends the TAILOR
ING l'KPAKTMl NI' as usual, A. S HULL, Agent.
May 2fl Drapor an I I al lor
FOll SILK_SECO ?O IIAMD PRINTING
. HK8!*r,H * ND TVPK In good order.
l'ont* of HourgO' is. Pearl, N?>nparoll, Minion, etc.
..?Mll'i. II ?NU P'O'SS-l'latou, V2>ix27 inches; bed.
WORKKI. II \ND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
24 ".ixMOli in -bes
WA U1NGTON HAND PRESS-Platon, 22J?x28'?
Inrhet; bed, 2JX?6 inches.
HOE HAND P a 88 - 1'laten, 22.1^x28 inches; bed, 20,'?
RH?GLr.8' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press,
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
Or J. W. MaMILLAN,
May 8 At this Oihue.
HOME MIAN AND ltl'll.DIN? ASSOCIAS
THE 33D INSTALMENT OP THIS ASSOCIATION
will bo rooolvod This Day, 11th dist., and the silo
of amount of monoy on hand at 8 o'clock This Evening,
at No. 20 Hayiie-Htroot. A fill att lulauco solicitud.
Meeting of Directors of this Association ut ofllco of
Messrs. J NO. 8. UIU08 ti OO.'H, cornor of East Bay
and Broad streets. UKO. F. KIN8EY,
Juno 11 I_Troasnrer.
OHANUR I.ODUE, No. 14. A. V. HI.
A MONTHLY CONVOCATION OF THIS LODGE
will bo bi>ld Thit Evening, at Masonic Hull, at 8
o'clock, precisely. Candidates for tbo M. BE. Degreo
will bo puiii tual
I5y order of tbo W. M.
Juuo li 1 WM. A. 01U30N, Secretary
I. A ?IKS' MUTHA I. OU ASSOCIATION.
HKKK WILL BE A MEETING OK THIS ASSOCIA
TION, at Hibernian Hall, To-Mormw. 12th lust , at
5 o'?:lock, 1'. M.
The ?Uorgy and Ladies of all denominations aro rc
qucBtcd to attend._3_Jliu0 u
OHAIUJSMTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.
TUE ONE HUNDRED ANO EIGHTEENTH ANNI
VERSARY MEETING ot tbis Socio y will be bold
at tho Library Rooms, . omer Broad and Church streets,
To-Morrow 12th lust., at 1 o'clock. I*. It. Members
are refiuested to bo punctual, as much business of im -
portatico will bo transacted. W.U. G. MAZYCK,
Juno 11 2 Librarian, C. L. 8.
BOARDING.-TWO AOOITIONAI. DAT
Boarders will bo taken at No. 4 Beaufaln-Btroet.
Tbo faro la good. . Mrs. LAVIE8.
Juue 11 nasa
PRIVATE HOARDING. - PERMANENT,
Trannlent, aud Day Boardors can bo handsomoly
accommodated at tho southeast corner of Mooting and
Markot streets Fino rooma and accommodation for
families, at roasonablo ruto. lmo May 28
TO RENT, ?So.
? 'O'KKVT,'I HAT TUREE ?TOR.* BUICK'
X MANSION, No. 0 South Bay. Ap)?y to
W. B. '.JNT tt CO.,*
Juno 7 thsm3 No. 219 King-street,
TO ?KNT, IN KIltlAil-STHIOKT, A NEAT
COTTAGE, sustablo for a small family-furnished
or unfurnished. l'ont moderato. Apply at this Omeo.
LOST. STOLEN. &o.
DROPPED IN THE STREET, A PART
of a Lady's BROOCH, containing an ainbrotypo
likeness o? a child. The Auder will bo suitably reward
ed by loavlng It at 0. D CARR ti CO.'S, No. 30 Broad
strcot. 1 Juno 11
FOU VU, IN THE HANDS OF A SER
VANT, under suspicious circumstanros, and de
tained for tho truo owner, a Bracelet and two Earrings
of gold and bair work. For further information apply
to this ofllco. 2 Juno 11
LOST, A MALACCA CANE, 1VOH Y HEAD
SOLD BAND, market "Oat t. D. R. Hunt from
Win. Beldon." A liberal roward will bo paid If dellvcr
de at my ofllco, No. 43 East Bay. D. K. HUNT,
May 16 Captain and Depot Quartermaster.
(Jfc?rfi REWARD-STOLEN FROM MY
fl[)Ov/ atablo on Oakloy Plantation, 25 miles from
Charleston, on tbo Northeastorn Railroad, on tbe night
of tho 13th, a SMALL BLACK HORSE MOLE, with a
new SADDLE AND BRIDLE; tho Malo is shod and
paces. Fifty dollars row 1 rd will bo paid for (bo appre
hension of tbo Mule and the thief, or half of tho amount
for tbo return of tho Mule. N. H. GOTTON.
BILLS ON BANK OF LIVERPOOL FOR SALE BY
W. B. 8MITH k CO.,
June 11 1 Gillon street, near Old Fostofflce.
N NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, BODGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NuTES. STOCKS, BONDS, ko.
.JJ . GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
Junee w fail 2 Hayne-atreet.
DECIDEDLY COOL AND REFRESHING.
COOL AND SPARKLING
Lovers of this delicioua and healthy bevorago
arc roapoctfnlly informed that a pure article of
SODA WATER, WITH CHOICE SYRUPS,
Gan bo obtained at
EVERT E. BEBFORD'S,
NO. 259 KINQ-STREIT, OPPOSITE nASEL.
THE FRDIT 8YRUP8 ARE WARRANTED TO BE
prepared from tho NATURAL FRUITS and not
from Essontial Oils, Acids, and Color?n? Fluids, so cx
toiit.lvely nsed in tho manufacturing of Syrups, and so
injurious to tho health.
LIST OF SYRUPS:
6. VA NILLO..
16. BLACKBERRY WINE.
OREAM SYRUPS PREPARED FRESH morning and
Au experience of flvo years in the manufacturing of
Sodawater and Syrups, enabloi tho proprietor to as
Mir.j tho public that bo feels well qualified to satisfy tbe
taatii >i those who favor bim with a call. A trial and
com)ibi'innn is Invited.
CONG1IES8 WATER constantly ra ico.
A fresh supply of Klsslngen, Vichy and other MINE
RAL WATEB8. will arrive in a few rays.
Also, n choice selection, just received, of tho follow
ing favorito braiida of TABLE CLARETS AND WIN18:
St. Estepbo Mcdoc. Chateau Leovlllo.
Chateau Margeaus. Ext. de Absinthe.
Grave'? Martillar:. Vosmontb.
Oha'osn La Rosa. Challis.
Vin Imperial. Mumm k Co. Reims.
Plpor Bctdselck. Hant Sauternot.
Green Seal. Venve Ollqnot.
EVERT E. BEBFORD.
Juno 11_6_No. 969 Kipg-Blreet.
TAKE NOTICE ! TAKE NOTICE !
Rare Opprtniiity! Bare Opportunity!
THE UNDER8IGNED TAKE8 PLEA8UHE IN IN
FORMING his friends that he has just received a
few New York Beeves, which can be had by application
at Stall No. SO, this day. Call early and secure a good
dinner. GEO. SHREWSBURY.
June 11 1
MADAME T. M. RUTJES, FORMERLY PROPRIE
TRESS OF THE CENTRAL HOUSE, COLUMBIA,
BEOS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LI 0 that she is now prepsrod to accommodate
TRANHIK.NT, PKHMANENTand DAY BOARDEH8 on
reasonable terms Also, ROOMS to rent famished snd
unfurnished, sll got np in style and comfort.
Juno II_mw3 Madame T. M. RUTJES.
STOCK HORSE TO BE RAFFLED.
A SPLENDID BLOODED 8TALLION, FIFTEEN AND
a quarter hmds.nf "Sir Archy's" stork,with a Mor
gan cms?, and an excellent Buggy Horse, will bo raffled
on or about tbo 16th lust., in Columbia,8. C, at $10 per
List can bo soen at Messrs. LORING k TURNER'S
lil 11 lord fealoon, comer of Market and King streets.
Juno 7 tbsmD
C. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEEM REAPPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, would
respectfully in omi bis old patrons and all others con
nected Mitti the bualuosB, that ne can ba found for the
present at the omeo of STEIN MEYER At 80N,
Juno 7_lmo?_?*?.en(I B?anfaln street.
THE STATUTES AT LABffE~7~
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
T?OR HALB, THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF
JJ KOUTII CAROLINA, completo; including tho Uth
volume. Apjily to JAMBS L. GANTT. Eeq ,
Juno 9 *. Corner 01 Brood and Charon, nts.
JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH, TAKES
pb-asiiro III annOUUctUJ tint '??? has siicccriled ia
piircbaBing tbo GREATEST I? vRO > INS of tho BOBBOU,
which he now offers, together with lira ivst of his stock,
at rcmnrknhly low price*,
4-4 1'N-iI.MH PRINTS, at Socattt? fast colors
4-4 Boolch Gili|',h'?niH, at '.Ti couta
English liiire?? H Ano ?ina ity, 2S cents
Fine (ii condini"? ?ii 4i) cents
Super French Grenailiius, reduced (r?m $1 60 to $1
Colored and Black SPBH lu variety, at reducod prices
Black Kurri;? >< lind AlplKUH.
A irosh supply of
COTTON CAMBRICS, and
A completo assortment of tho nowest stylos
The choicest aesortiuont of
GINGHAMS AND BRUSSELS LACE8
ever offorcd in this city.
IRIS1 LINENS of tho moM cell -hinted brands
Tablo L'.iieus iii all qualities
Linen 'lowe'? Ironi 12 ?? cents and upwards
lin?ala mid Hird-Kye Dla)i?>rn
L. C. Hund?.? iihi? fs. lor Indies tod Grail
10-4 and 12-4 It ?billet Luco Tor I'.tvili nu
Colored and White' UarveiUea Quilla.
A full lino of Ladiei* and Gents'
H O S I E R Y,
Comprising tho best English munnfacturo*.
A largo assortment of
SILK LACE MITTS
at 60 couta and upwards.
Boet qualities Silk and Lisio Thread
a LO VES,
for Ladies aud Gents.
for Men's and Boys' worr.
A complete assortment of
SEASIDES, SUNDOWNS, AND RIBBONS.
SEASIDE8 and SUNDOWNS at 60 cents and upwards
SILK RIBBONS, all widths and colors.
A splondid asFortment of choleo
FLOWERS AND WREATHS.
No. 279 King-street.
BILL OF FARE
ICK CHEAM t
ORANGE, LEMON. RASPBERRY.
FRESH EVERY DAY ?
CREAM PUFFS. JELLY ROLLS,
LAFAYETTE CAKE, PLUM CAKE,
LADY FINGERS, SHREWSBURY OAK?,.
JUMBLES, VANILLA CASE,
IOED CAKE, ICED PLUM CAKE.
WEDDING OAKE, OALF FOOT JELLY,
BEU8QU1T GLAOE, BLANC MANGE,
PREPARED SHUCK, CURLED HAIR,
MOSS AND SPRING
WIRE SAFES AND COTE.
A NEW SUPPLY JOST RECEIVED AND FOB
E. R, COWPERTHWAIT,
No. 305 KING-STREET,
June 9 3 ABOVE WENTWORTH.
PAVILION HOTEL STABLES,
RODDIN & PICKETT,
NO. 148 MEETING-STREET, TWO DOORS
THE PR0FHIBT0R8 OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
are now prepared to tarnish tho public ?t tho
?norteas notice with Carriage?, Buggle?, ?fee.
A, NEW HEABSE
baa been woeived, and we are prepared to attend to
fanerai calls with prompteena an?5 on ^mtetoraub