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CSi HUSTON BAILI NEUS,
O. JR. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART. MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STKEET.
DAILY-TWtLVK M ?NTBS.
DAILY I'* ''K MONTHS.
XO FKW8 DEALER8.
LAHWKST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LABU EST CIRCULATION IN TnE CITY.
sfTHK LIST OF LETTERS re
?maininK in the I?ostofTloe at the end
ot euch -weelt is pu.?>UBneol officially
In THK DAlXiY NEWS everyFrl
There has boon an airost of a party of countorfeitors
and tho soizuro of their tools In Memphis.
??Tho Oormaua of Cincinnati have called a meeting
to exproiB regrot at BLIND'S failure to (issassinatc BIB
"MUSTAPHA PASHA. IS about to mako a grind tour of
Europe, to study and buy the '.serul and beautiful." suya
Dr. G. it. SWETTINO, of Bellin, Wisconsin, dlo 1 May
20, from tho effets of a PUSU punoturo in the finger
?with a needle, rccolvcd while sowing up a body after a
post mortem examination.
A train of cara ran off an omhankruont at Valley
Forge, Pa., on the Reading Railroad, on Friday last.
Thrco persons woro killed. Tho accident waB cauBod
by a misplacod switch.
An insuianco agent lu Memphis haB prosontcd each
member of tho fire department of that city a policy of
$1000, insuring thom against accidents or evory descrip
At a mooting of tho Now York Board of Exclso, hold
lately, 687 licenses were granted, making a total of
6729. Treasurer MANIEHIIF. roportB tho rocolpt of $781,
000 from liquor dealers, and St 10 from linos in tbo
Fourth District Court.
Tho Navy Department announces that shipmasters or
owners, whose chronometors were captured by the An
glo-rebel cruiser Shenandoah, can obtain them by filing
certificates of ownership at tho offlco of F. 3. NEOUS &
Co., No. 100 Wall street.
Tho Now England Methodist Episcopal Convention
closed its session, at Boston, by a centenary festival on
Thursday ovonlng. Tho ropirts mide to the Conven
tion show a romarkablo lncreaso of tbo Methodist do .
nomination throughout the country.
Not long slnco, ELK AN HEUZUANN, Rabbi of a Jowl ah
Synagogue In Brooklyn, Now York, was kicked ou t of
his church by a portion of his congregation who objected
to his ministration on sectional grounds. Ho on Tbnrs
day brought an actilon against thom and received $800
A plan has been suggested by which tho Hudson Bivcr
can be tunneled from Now York to Hoboken by laying
an Iron tube flvo feet In dlaraotor across tho bod of tho
stream. This tunnel, intended to be workod by the
pnoumatlo method, 1H designed to transport tho freight
of tho Erie Railroad botweon Hoboken and tho compa
ny's depots in New York.
Oovornor Wnninr, United States Minister at Berlin,
~dis??a J?l black fast pair on the Corso, and excites
that ha drives' 'a A ?.?tner ^manT bclD? a Mcth?
_.. , - . .. . . , ,'*>??t.surprised to boar
rather astonished that ho should drive so m?. _
streets of Berlin. Smacks of horse-racing I
Alargo quantity of French wines has been Bfized
lately by the United States authorities at tho Custom
House in New Orleans; and this on several occasions.
Season assigned: noncompllance with tho Revenue
laws; United 8tates Consul at port of clearance not hav
ing been furnished with duplicate invoice of the articles
In the united States District Court recently before
Judgo GILKS, PHILIP CASHUEYEB, under Indlctmont for
treason, appeared and pleaded gnilty to tho said Indio t
ment, and pleaded the pardon of the President of the
United Staion, which he exhibited to the court, and
having complied with the conditions mentioned in said
pardon, ho was orderod by tho court to bo discharged.
PHILIP CABHMEYEB was well known in Richmond during
the war as one of Gen. WINDER'S detectives.
Over three hundred personB havo boen poisoned, of
whom a number have died, in Orange County, New
York, by using flour and meal containing lead. It ap
pears that lead being usod by a miller to fill cavities
.worn In tho millstones, it was distributed throngh the
meal ?nd flour, and dlaponsed to customors of the m ill.
In thiBlorm, tho lead was harmless, but when ferment
ed and baked in bread it was transformed into carbon
ate of lead, the deadliest ot all lead poisons.
The New York Tribune, ot Saturday, says: "The Board
of Health met yosterdiy afternoon and transacted a va
riety of business. The bittlc between tho Homceopath
lats and Allopathlsts continues with unabated vigor.
Tho offal and etreot-clcanlng contracts occupied their
eharo of the time of the Board, and it is more than
prohibi? that developments will soon be made which
will bo very unpleasant to tho contractors. It la said
the removal of offal and garbage now costs the city
$160,000 per annum more than the contract price.
Tho excitement on Staten Island concerning tho oc
cupation of Segnln'B Point by tho health authorities
does not abate. It is now reported that a Oommltteo
has boen sont to Washington for the purpose of par
?uading the Seoretary of tho Treasury, if possible, to
remove the Cuyahoga from tho placo at whioh she is
BOW stationed. Meetings have boon hold at various
points, and it is likely this flank movement by way of
Washington Is the opening of the campaign of the
Islanders against quarantine.
Mr. B. RIAD, counsel for JUPP. DAVIS, arrived at
Fortress Monroe on Thursday, from Kkuniond, and,
by permission of the Government, wa* in close consul
tation with him that night and next day. He went
North on Friday night, on tho steamer Thomat Kelso.
He gave no definite information respt ctlng his inter
view with JEFF. DAVIS, oiihor as to being admitted to
ball by the Government, as many anticipated, or his
roleato from imprisonment lu any manner whatsoever.
All the counsel regretted exceedingly that tho trial had
been postponed till October, as every arrangement had
boen perfected by thom to insure no dolay on their part
io conducting the defence.
Q?iiiin- SMITH, In his i-->cent letter to Chief Justice
On ABB, In which ho takes ti a ground that there la no
right to try JEFFERSON DA VI* for treason, Insints that. If
tho mnss of the .Southern people are pardoned, the con
sistency of things requires tint Mr. DAVIS and others
(?HU held for treason) should also be Bet free. Mr.
SMITH concludes that tho North has already desolated
and estranged the South to a terrible degree, and that
It io timo to stop. Ho places Mr. DAVIS In tho attitude
of an unsuccessful WASHINGTON or FRANKLIN, and asks
if tho United states will give European tyranny a prcce
dont of injustice. He implores that tho South be
treated la a spirit of Impartial justice, and even wishes,
in her poverty, ?he might be relieved from taxation for
a few years.
AU oommuntoattont intended for pubt?ocUlon ?n
~lhis journal must be addressed to the Eduor of
the ?a?y Newt, No. l8 Eayne-street, Charleston,
B. G. Bustnest Oommunicationt to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected oominuntca
Adnertisements outside of the oily mutt be accompa
nied with the cash.
TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 18GG.
REPORT OF THE RECONSTRUCTION COM
Tho Now York papers of tho 9th conttviu in full
thoroport of tho Reconstruction Committee, aub
mittod to tho Souato on Friday last by Mr. FEH
BENDEN. It waa signed by all the Republican
members of tho committoo oxcopt WASUDURN
and BLOW, who woro absent. Tin? joint commit
too of tlio two Houses of Congrosa was appointed
December 13, 18G5, and has, thoreroro, boon in
session noarly six mouths. From the maaa of
testimony taken and tho very voluminous report
hero publishod, it would appear that tho labors
of the committoo havo been arduous in tho ox
trotuo. Tho committoo doservo much crodit for
their perseverance in continuing so long, and
bringing to a auccoasful (and to thom and thoir
party doubtless satisfactory) conclusion this very
tediouB and lengthy examination. Thoir public
virtuo merits tho groatcr admiration, aa thoy
could have mado this report just aa woll at the
beginning aa at the cloao of their labors.
Wo do not doom it noccaaary to roproduco tho
report iu extenso, na our readers aro already quito
familiar with all ita loading features. From tho
manner in which tho committoo was formed;
from the known political opinions and prejudices
of its several conatituent mombo?; from tho
character of the witnesses aummonod to testify
against tho people o? tho South; from the nature
of tho qucstiona propouudod of tho few leading
men of tho South who woro summoned to give
ovidonco before tho committee; from tho prevail
ing tone of the R.dical preaa and the pcraiatout
opposition of Congrosa to tho President's recon
struction policy-it was all along apparent what
would bo tho conclusion arrived at by" this com
Wo aro not, therefore, disappointed, however it
may bo humiliating for tho pooplo of elevon
States to bo tho subject of a aix months' solemn
logiBlative farco. Tho report first st ts forth tho
circumstances under which the committoo was
appointed. In a baro statement of facta, as this
purports boing, there should bo no room for cavil
or objection. Yet aro all these facts stated in
precisely tho samo accurate and reliable form im
plied in tho lion's objection to tho delineation of
tho combat between himaolf and hia antagonist,
who was of tho samo species with the painter.
The groat pons asinorwn of tho reconstruction
question,-(whether a State can go out of the
Union,-whothor tho acceded States did leavo the
Union,-whether the United States can cooroo a
State, and BO forth,)-is beautifully cleared in tho
following subtlo and hair-splittiog casuistry: "Tho
Constitution doea not act upon States, as such,
but upon tho pooplo. While, therefore, the peo
ple ceaso to exist in on orgauizod form, thoy tbuB
dissolve thoir political relations with tho Unitod
Next comos tho difficulty of taxing tua HO unre
constructed, unrepresented States; an extromely
knotty point, inasmuch aa no question in Ameri
can history has boon moro fully and clearly set
forth or more universally accepted than this.
This principio has always been considered tho
kojetono of tho American Rovolution, and is now
called into question for tho first time. The argu
ment on this point is long and labored, but may
peopie ui cuo lusurroctionary States might aban
don their privileges, but could not escapo their
'What could be dono to eocuro the rights, civil
and political, of the freedmon," is tho next topic
that commands tho attention of tho committee.
To meet this caso they proposed an amondmont
to the Constitution, "that political power should
be posseseod in all tho States exactly in propor
tion as the right of suffrago should be granted,
without distinction of color or raoo." "Unfortu
nately," says the report, "it did not receive the
necessary constitutional support in the Sonato,
and therefore could not bo proposed for adoption
by tho States."
Next wo havo another piece of casnlstry in the
view tho committee takes of the Provisional Stato
Governments organized by the President after
peaco had beon declared.
It contends that these were military and not
civil governments; that the President could only
exercise control in the affaira of Statos and Ter
ritories hy virtue of his offioo as Com ma ndor-in
ch iof of tho armies and navies of the United
Statos. AU officers, therefore, deriving their au
thority from him must bo vio wed aa attaches of
the War Department. Tho civil policy of a State
Is alone under the dircciion of the law-making
branch of the Government, i, e. Congress. It is
objected also that the several Conventions held in
the States lately in rebellion, acted under the as
sumption that the former Constitutions?- of the
Stato wore still in force, only requiring certain
amondmonts; that theso Constitutions, thus
amended, have not in a single instanco beon sub
mitted to tho people for ratification; that tho
only aim and purpose of theso Conventions had
been to elect members of Congress in time to
havo thoir Statos represented at the opening of
the Hessian. This the Committee knows was done
at tho dictation of tho President of the United
The Committoo contends, that this entire ac
tion was irregular and unauthorized-theso con
stitutions not Republican in form, and not adopted
by the pooplo. After all this has been sot forth
in groat detail, they proceed to say :
It would, undoubtedly, he competent for Con
gress to waive all formalitios, and to admit tho
Confederate Statos to representation at once,
trusting that time and experience would set all
things right. Whother it would bo advisable to
do so, however, must dopend on other considera
tions of which it romains to treat. But it may
well bo observed that tho inducements to such a
stop should bo oi tho very highest character. It
seoms not unroasonablo to your Committoo to re
quiro satisfactory ovidenco that the ordinances
and constitutional provisions whioh tho Pr?sidant
doomed oasontial in the first instance will bo per
manently adhered to by the poople of tho State?
seeking restoration, aftor being admitted to full
participation of the Govornmeut, and will bu re
pudiated whon that object shall havo been accom
And hero tho borden of proof rests upon* tho
g*f *g?nrg?nts, who aro soekiog restoration to
ih^?and^pn71,,,?08.wmcl1 tho7 willingly
abandonod, and not upon thopeoplo of the Unitou
States, who have nover undortakon, dirootly or
Indirectly, to donnvo thom thereof, it should ap
E?LfSlrm-?ZuV* they *ro P'oparod and di?,
posed In goodfaith to aooopt t&e result? of tho
war, to abandon their hostility to the Govern
mont, and to live in pot co and unity with tho poo
plo o? tho loyal States, extending to All claBSOB
equal rights and privileges and conforming to tho
ropublican idoa or liberty and equality. They
should exhibit in their SCIB something moro than
an unwilliuR submission-a foelinir, if not choer
fol, certainly not offensive and defiant; and they
should ovinco an utter repudiatiou of all hostility
to tho Oouoral Govcmuiont by an accoptaoco of
such juft aud roasomtblo conditions a? that gov
crument should tbinV llio public safety demands.
Has this been dono ? Lot IIB look at tho facts
ahown by tho cvMonco takou by tho Committee.
And llio "fuel?" uro "looked at." A great sa
tirist oneo said: "Nothing ia moro unreliable than
facts, except ngaree." It ia unnecessary for ua
hero again tu advert to tho manner in which these
"frtctB" wera obtained; nor need wo alindo to tho
Jaundiced ulaasod through which tho Committee
afterward* oxauiinod and collated thom, iu tin
preparation of their Report. Theao aro "facts,"
familiar to na all. And we need, therefore, not bo
?Urpriaod at tho conclusion:
With such evidence before thom, it ie tho opin
ion of your Committee:
I. That tho StatcB latoly in robollion wore, at
tho clono of the war, disorganised communities,
without civil govornmont, and without constitu
tions or other forma by virtue of which political
rclatioiiB could logally exist botwoou thom and tho
II. That Congre? cannot bo oxpeetod to recog
nize aa valid the election of mon from diaorganizcd
communities, which, from the very nature of tuo
caso, wero unable to prosont thoir claim to ropro
8ontatiou under thoao established and recognized
rule*, tho obaorvanco of which haa been hitherto
III. That Congress would uot bo Justified in
admitting such communities to a participation in
the government of tho country without first pro
viding auch constitutional or othor gu?ranteos IIB
will tend to 8ecuro the civil rights of ail citizens
ni the republic, a just equality or representation,
protection against claims founded in robolliou
and crime, anti at least a tomporary restriction ol
tho right or suffrago to thoso who liavo not ac
tively participated in tho effort to destroy the
Union, and the exclusion from positions of public
trust of at leaBt a portion of thoso whoso crimea
have proved thom oncmicB of the Union and un
worthy of public confidence."
Now, after tho Directory had delivered itself
of theao threo propositions, ono would have
Biipp sed they ought to havo been satisfied to
rest their caso. Not so. Thoy ovidently havo no
groat confidonco iu tho inhoront strength of their
argument. They next enter an elaborate pl'oa,
showing why tbeso States aro not entitled to iru
mediato representation in Congress. To make
out this case, thoy "call attontion to a few undis
puted and notorious factB, and tho principles of
public law applicable thoreto." Dut wo havo tres
passed already sufiicicntly on tho pationco of our
readers, atd slir.ll follow Coramitleo and Roport
no further. The pursuit wero bootless and alto
-OTICH5 TO DRUGGISTS ANO OTHER
i BUSINE89 MEN.-A gentleman who has boen
for soveral years a thorough and competent Drugulst,
and has bolides a largo buelneBS experience, desires
employment. Can givo host of roferonccs, and Is will
ing to luvest some money. Address M. immediately,
Charleston, 8. C, Post?nico._I*_Juno ia
COMPETEN I' ENGINEER AND SAW
YER wishes a nituatlon In s Circular Saw Mill.
TLO best of r?f?rences as to ability and character fur
nished. AddrosB F., through Post?nico.
lirANTED, A COMPETENT FEMALE,
W who will cook for a family and miko borsclf
generally usolul. Apply with roforonce as to character
to No. 8 Orocn-streot._1*_June 12
WANTED, A CAPABLE WOMAN TO DO
the cooking and washing for a small family. Libe
ral wages will be given. Apply at No. 20 BULL
STREET, second door from corner Smith.
Juno 12 3
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED NURSE,
to take care of and wash and iron for an infant.
One well recommended would And a steady place by
applying at No. 101 BROAD STREET, opposite ihe Ca
WANTED.-??INGLE WHITE WOMAN
desires a place in a respectablo family as houso
servant. Apply at No. 6 Washington-street.
Juno 12 _. "??*?.. * u
VV can como well recommended. Apply at this
WANTED TO HIRE, A FIRST-RATE
I OLOitED WOMAN to do the cooking, also one
to wash and Iron, for a private family. None neod ap
ply unless thoy can como well recommonded, at No. 2'JO
MEETING-STREET, near Columbus.
WANTED, A WHITE'WOMAN TO COOK
and wash for a small family. Recommendations
required. Inquire in Bulledge-Btreet, east Bide, six
door? abovo Spring-street. 3 June li
WANTED, BV A YOUNO MAN, A SITUA
TION in some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery houso; baa some knowlodge of the Dry floods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been in that business on his own account. Bo will
study tbo (ntorost of his employer, and Is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postcfflce, or apply at this office. (June 11
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A OOOD
MAN COOK, to cook at the Aiken Hotel. Must
come well recommonded. Good wages given.
June 9_j?_H. 8MY8ER.
WANTED. DISCHARGED AND DIS
ABLED Soldiers and Pallors, and all persons de
siring profitable and honorable omployment, to act an
AGENTS for the GOLDEN PACKAGE. *lve dollars per
day can be made. 6 Juno 6
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, In any capacity.
Io a good bookkeoper, and willing to mako himself use
ful in any business. Best of references furnished.
Address NERO, Ginns Box No. 16, Charleston F. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION In some respectable family, either
as Cook or nu a Washer and Ironer. Sho would be w11
ling, also, to mako herself generally usoful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY. or at the Offices of the Dally News
and Courier. May 23
WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED MAI? 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 Newspaper, or wonld like to be engaged to
write articles on any given subject. Has a large ac
quaintance both In the country and city. Alto under
stands the cultivation of Rice and Cotton, and the
management of freedmen, Apply at this office.
WANTED, 50,000 AGENTS, TO ENGAGE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Buslnoss entirely new. No Jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 to $600 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Evory
person, male and female, having a few hours dally to
spare, should H m ft for particulars. i
Address, with stamp, O. W. JACKSON & CO.,
Fostoffico Box No, 1348, Baltimore, Md.
May l8 Ino
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. R. L DABNEY, D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIOGRAPHY OF THE IMMOR
TAL HERO The only edition authorlzod by his
widow. The author a personal friend and Ohlef of
Staff of the Obristlan Soldier. Carefully io vised and
correctod by Oennral R. E LEE. Wo want au Agent in
avery county. Bond for circulars and ten i>nr terms.
Address NATIONAL I'CIU/HIIIN'? CO.,
No. 214 Sovi nth-f-truot. Richmond, Va.
May 28 lino*
DIS ioM: "I?1 ?.
THE COPARTNERSHIP U .KKiOFORE EXI8TINO
under tho name ol OOLt.'O a McOAi LEY & MAL
COY, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent of all
lartles. Mr. JOHN COLt.OOK. Commission Merchant,
>f Charleston, H. u , i-otpp dmeii our agent to liquidate
ill uneott'ed business. Any person having demands
igalnst the firm will pieaae ureront to ? Im; and all per
lons Indebted to it will u e.?<o make payment to him in
Charleston; io M-- D M ILLOY, In Choraw, S. O. ; or to
dr. T S. MOGA.LL.EY, iu HuntBviUe, Alabama.
Hignodl O. J. OOLOOOK.
T. 8. McOALLEY,
May 22 (albs D. MALLOY.
LADIES' IlVTVAIi ?ID ASSOCIATION.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THIB A880.JIA
T10N, at Hlbornlan llnll, This Day, lath lnst , at
B o'clock, P. M.
The Clergy and Ladies of all denominations aro re
quested to aJ^-mL^ _1_?MH?-i
CHARLESTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.
TUE ONE HUNDRK1) AND KIOlirEKNTH ANNI
VFIUARY MEETING ?t Ulla Suda y will b- held
tt tho Library Booms,. omer Uroa i sad < burch streets.
This Da?. 12th iiimt.. at i oY.ln.:k. P. M. Members
are requested to be j.iuictual, SS BJ* business ol Hu
portanc? will bo transacted. w.T,??? .,;.??,
Juno 12 1_,.',,""r"x"',(i-.f^_a...
SOUTHCAROLIVA KUI KM DI. V KIXIRTV.
i liK'U'U'i MOSTUI.V MKHTINO OF THIS 8?
A. CIETV will lui bald 77ii.t Evning UM lilli instant,
at No. 310 MuittiiR-*treot. at K o' lock pree's-.-ly. Ths
officers mid members aro requostnd to attond.
hy order of J. B. dUItlEB, ^^?ViKNOKEN.
juno 12 l* P. 8. sod Trsssnrer.
ST. I? ?THICK'S BEMEVOI.KXT SOCIKTY.
rriHB RrGUI.Att MONTHLY MEETING OF 1 HIS
J. Society will bo hold This Evening, In Masoni?
Halt, at 8 o'clock. " .
juno 12 1 JOHN MCMAHON, secretary.
CAROLINA CHAPTBB, No. 1, ?. A. M.
A REGULAR MON.HIA' CONVOCATION OF CARO
LINA CHAI'I.KK. No 1. It. A. BL, will 1?! held at
Masonic Hall, 7 his Evening, tlio lilli June, at H o'clock,
f unct>ial attendauc? of all tho members is earuo-tly
solicited, R8 matters ol importance to the Interest of tue;
Chapter will bo submitted.
Bv order of the M. E. H. P.
' L. a LOVEOREEN.
June 12 1 Secretary C O. No. 1. B. A M.
PALMETTO BASK BALL CLUB?
A MEETING OF TUB PALMETTO B\3E BALL
GLOB will bo held 7his Evening, at 8 o'clock, at
Masonic Hal), corner King and Wentworth streets.
A lull and punctual attendance Is requested? as busi
ncsB o? importance la lo be transacted,
juno 12 1* WM. 11. ?ELLAMY, Secretary.
CHARLESTON FIRE COMF'Y OK AXMEN.
ATTEND AN E\TRA MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY, This Evening, at tim Washington Engine
Ha>l, Vaiidurhortit-strcet, at half past 8 precisely.
All members aro requested to at-end, as butiiueas of
importance will bo submitted.
By order. E. JOHN WHITE.
Juno 12 1 Secretary ). F. E. C?>. of Asmen.
FOU S ALK, SEVEN WELL BROKE
MULI-8, young; one fino saddle nuil draught
HORSE. Apply at SPRIGGS' STABLES.
FOR SALE.-A VERY 1? ES1 KA I! LE FARM
threo and a half mil? s Ironi oreonvillo, C. H . ou
the Pondlcton Road, conUiniug MO acref? of Land, 50
of which aro cl?-arod, on which thcro Isa commodious
dwelling basse in good order, with extensivo outbuild
ing? for servant? oud laborer?; also a largo stable, barn,
and a fine orchard of fruit trees, and a delightful spring
of water. Apply to J. A. DAVID, Greenville, or to J. H.
PRINGLE. Charleston._ftiU*_?Tuno 1
OR SALE, OK EXCHANGE KOIl CITY
PROPERTY, a pleasantly located HOUSE AND
LOT in iho healthy viliago of Anderson, S. O. Bunts
contains thrto largo rooms; Lot measures 2,'j acres, and
well stocked wltli dioico fruit trees and strawberry
beda, producing abundant and fine quality fruits. On
the pnmif.es are all ncces-ary outbuildings, including
bathing house. For further particulars, apply to
B JOHN SAM. BEE,
South Carollua Railroad Office,
Comer Meeting and Spring streets.
QVnilER RE IDEJICK FOR SALE-A
O comfortable and pleasant Residence in the town of
Greenville, S. 0., conBlB.Iiig of two delightfully situatod
Cottages and nlno acres of land, on the FBUdleton road,
one milo Irom the Court HOUHO, and five minutoB' walk
from the railroad depot-part of said promises being
within, and part -without, the limits of the town of
Greenville. One cottage contaiiiB fl\e finished rooms,
with kitchen, well, outbuildings, Ac; the other, two
rooms, an outbuilding of two roomB, and a well It
could be divided into several lotB. Thero is also a largo
log cabin soruo diatauco from the IIOUBC. Tho above pro
mises eenuin nine ajres of giod land, under cultivation ;
about KIO flue fruit trees, roso IrccB, \c, Ac; two wells
of water, not to ro surpassed by auy others, &c , Ac.
In point of situation, whether for health, comfort, con
venience to schools, churcbea, Ac, it cannot be sur
For term9, Ac, applv on tho premises, or at JOHN
A. MICHEL'S. Land Surveyor, No. 61 8t. Philip-streot.
Omeo J Mrs from ?i>? P. M., to sundown.
june -J Btnths4*
?BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE FOR MALE.
_D The delight ully si uated ? OTTAGE, lately occu
pied by Col. L. M. Hatch, on Buncombe-street, Just out
side tho limits ? I the town of Greenvi le, wiU bo sold on
accommodatingtorms. and immediate possession given.
The House containa five rooms, and the outbuildings
are so e>tensive and commodious that two families
done over and improved within the laat live years. It
contains nine acres good land, mostly under cultivation,
a large and promising orchard, the best of water, and
nearly every convenience looked for in and abont a
country honse. In point of situation, whether in view
of health and comlort, or its convenience to schools,
churches and good society, it is not surpassed in the
up country. Apply to T. P. ALLEN,
Greenville, 8. C.
Or JOSEPH WALRER,
Charleston. 8. O.
Jane 6 wstuth 4
FOR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRE88ES AND TSPE In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22,'?x27 loches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 Inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-platen, 22?ix28>4'
inches; bed, 2jr.i? Inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22#x28 Inches; bod, 26'i
x31 ', inches.
RWGGLE8' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
or j. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this oilie.v
PRIVATE HOARDINGS.-A FEW BOARD
ERS can bo accommodated at Mrs. KINLOCH '8,
No. 20 Coming.street 1* June I..1
BOARD-A LARGE AND WELL FUR
NISHED Southwest ROOM, with go d Board, in
a respectable private family, wiih-n five minutes' walk
of the Battery nul bualn? ta part of the city, can he had
by applying at this office. stu2* Juno 9
PRIVATE BOARDING. - PERMANENT,
Transient, and Day Boarders can be handsomely
accomuiojatod at the southeast corner of Meeting and
Market streets Fine rooms and accommodation for
.'?milles, at reasonable rate?. lmo Mav 28
TO KENT, &?.
TO RENT, THREE FIRE ROOMS AND
ONE KITCHEN ROOM on the premises No. 6
Church street, near the Battery. The above will bo
rented low to a deki able tenant; and possession given
immediately. For terms apply as above
June 12 tuths
TO RENT.-THAT DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE located at corner Meeting street and LlgLt
wood Alley. Apply to JAME-) B. PRINGLE,
May 21 tuths No. 10 Adger's North Wharf.
TO RENT -THE DESIRABLE STORE
No. 16T Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Apply on the promises. April l8
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
DROPPED, ON ?CNBAY, BETWEEN
St. Philip's Cnurch and No. 06 Broad-streot, a
QOLD OHAIN, with EYE GLASS attached. Tho finder
will be rewarded by leaving the same at No. 06 Broad
FOUVD, IN THE HANDS OF A SER
VANT, under suspicious circumstances, and de
tained for the true owner, a B?o ich and two Earrings
of gold and bair work. For further information apply
to this office._2_June 11
?T f\ REWARD.-STOLEN FROM M Y
t)\J stable on Oakley Plantation, 35 milos from
arleston, on tno Northeastern Railroad, on tbo night
af tho 13th, a SMALL BLACK HORSE MULE, with a
oew SADDLE AND BRIDLE; the Mule is shod and
paces. Fifty dollars rew rd will bo paid for tho appre
hension of t ho Mule and the thief, or half of the amount
for tho return of the Mulo. N. U. GUYTON.
DR. T. S. THOMSON,
OFFICE fiOOIETY-STBEBT, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence corner of Tradd and Orange streets.
June 12 tuthsl?*
THREE NIGHTS LONOKR,
Monday, today, Wcuucsoay, Jane li
12, and 13,
POSITIVELY TIIK LAST.
I'll l< ??. l.'n m I I y V i^l, i... ,i , ( ), l?rii-m nilibili
to 50 relats-Children sar? cents.
Roser%cd Heats scoured ni J. U. OREEIt'8 Book 8torO,
without addition >i c-ur o
DoorH open at 7>t-commence at 8)i.
Juno 11 3*
TO DE RAFFLED CN FRIDAY EVENING, AT
I ha'f-pist H o'clock, at Mr. li. Hidnnhoff's Saloon, .
No. 131 Me tiiiK-Htrrot, ii HA NI)MO.ME HAY MARE.
. iiitv ?. very few niUBcea left. All chances must bo paid
InMitiforo tlioraffln. tu2 Juno 11
rnilETIHE WiLLSEilVE EVERY MORNING AND
JL evening this week at, White l'oint ?Union lUthing
Howe. P. KILUOY,
Juno 12_J Proprietor.
AT N0. 306 KING-STREET,
WILT,*UK HOLD AT
TUB BALANCE OF
SUMMER DRESS GOODS ON HAND.
JUST RFCEIVED AT THE SAME PLACE, A GOOD
assortment of MUSQUITO NETTING and DORL
An extensive stock of FANCY 80 M f ia groat variety,
which, together with other article? rfill bo bold at re
markably low prict-B.
Between Society nuJ. Wentworth streets,
June 12_6*_ LEVY OltUCKER.
MACHINISTS', BLACKSMITHS', CAR
PENTERS' AX? PLUMBERS' TOOLS.
LEATHER AND RUBBER HOSE,
J. L BNSLOW & CO.,
No. 125 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
OFFER FOR 8 \LE A CONSIGNMENT OF VALUA
BLE GOODS, which tiny will dlaposo of below
the cost of importation. Thoy comprieo in part the
MACHINIST,'.? AND BLACKSMITH'S
37 ANVILS. 31 BELLOWS, 1 FLANGE BLOCK
3 Swcdge BlockB. 71 Button Set Hummers
17 pair Oullipces, Drills, Files (flat, rouu 1 and square)
Flutter-, Fullers, Hardie*, Bevil Hammers
10 Portable Forges
Copper Keying Hammers, Hand Punches
27 Heading Tools
8traight Edges, Tongs (assorted). Tuer Irons
Upsetting Plato, Vices aud Box Vicoa
Wrenches (a; sorted), Paul Wrenches.
1671 HAMMERS, 220 HATCHETS
Augers (assorte < and ship)
Augor Bitts, Beek Irons
Framing and Firmer i hisels, Gouges
Glmbleto, Drawing Knives
RablttlDg and Ma'cn Planes
Plane Irons, Wood Hasps, Poldlno- Rulos
uuno ouu uu" .loiuna ulm Spirit Levels.
BLOCKING AND RAISING HAMMERS, HAND
GROOVE , Bedding, Burring, BwedgitMt Thick Eige
and Wiring Machines, I.-illoH. Machi o Stands, Hollow
and 8olid Punches, Rivet Sets, Snips, Stock 8hoars,
Bench Horn, Blow Horn, Caudle Mould, Creasing,
Double Sosmlng Hatchet, Mandril and Nosdle Case
Stakes, Bwedgo Pans.
20,rc0 POUNDS IRON (assorted)
30,000 pounds .hains
12,000 ponnda Manilla Ropo
1700 pouuda Tarred Rope
3000 poonda Blister Steel
CSOO pniiii'is Boiler Illvots
23,700 pounds Cut Spikes
33,000 pounds Wrought UplkoB
9600 pounds Boiler Rivets
4160 feet Leather Hose
660 feet Rubber Iiusc
4416 pounds Bolts and Nuts, Iron Boiler Castings
1400 > oonda Cotton rolling
4000 pounds Sheathing Paper
19,000 pounds Ora'e Bars
1000 Felling Axee, Axe Handles
Strap Hinges, Caulking Irons
Signal Lanterns, Top Mauls
10,000 pounds Finishing Nails, Padlocks
3316 pounds Copper and Clinch Nails
300 Oars (assorted); Copper Brine Pots
8 barrels Turpentine
160 Single, Double, 3-fold, 4-fold and Snatoh
Mariners' Compass?s mid Binnacles
I'ulvcrizod charcoal. Cylinder Cocks
Moulding Flacks, Filo Cords
Cross Cut and Jig Saws, Log Bla'ea
Shelac, bheatblng, Yellow Motal
Antimony, Ammo lae, Muriitio Acid
Saw Screws* Jingle Bells, Ship Scrapers
CoppT Ta .k8. Cut Tacks, boxes Tin
Iron Wiro and Red Chalk.
June 12_'_ 1
DECIDEDLY COOL AND REFRESHING.
COOL AND SPARKLING
Lovers of this delicious and healthy beverage
arc reapoctf tilly informed that a puro article or
SODA WATER, WITH CHOICE HY HUPS,
Can be obtained at
EVERT E. BEDFORD'S,
NO. 260 KINQ-STRE?T, OPPOSITE HASEL.
TBK FRniT 8VRUP8 ARE WARRANTED TO BB
prepared from the NATURAL FRUITS andjnot
from Essantial Olia, Acids, and ('during Fluids, so ex
tensively used In tho manufacturing of Byrups, and so
injurious to the health.
LI8T OF SYRUPS:
IS. BLACKBERRY WINE.
CREAM SYRUPS PREPARED FRESH morning and
An oxperionce of five years in the manufacturing of
Sodawater and Byrupx, enaMos tho proprietor to as
suro the public that he feels well qualified to satisfy the
tasto of those who favor him with a call. A trial and
?omparlsou l8 Invited
CONORE88 WATER constan Hy ra leo.
A fresh supply of KMaingon, Vlohy and other MINE
RAL WATERS, will atri -n in a few ays.
Also, a choice seloctlc n. Ju-1received, of the follow?
log favorito braiids of TABLE OLAtRI S AND WINES:
)t. Estepho Medoc. Chateau Loovillo.
Chateau Wargeaux. Bxt. de Absinthe.
Grsvo's Martillar'. Veameuth/
Cha'eau La Rosa. Challis.
Vin Imperial. Hamm & Co. Behn?,.
Pipor Heidselck. Haut Sauternes.
Green Seal. Veuve Oliquot.
,.fca EVERT B. BEDFORD.
Jone ?1 6 No. 869 King-street.