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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
Mo, l8 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY-TWELVE MONTH8.~~ ~~tl0.00
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 conti
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?TTIIK IJIST O?r* I?BTTTKRB re
miiiiiinK La. the IPostofrloe at trie end
of eaoh -weeli: Is pnt>llsrie<a ofHoially
In THK TIATTJY NEWS every Jjr*ri
Tho bills of tho State banka 0? Mnlae wiU bo rofusod
by tho Naiional bants aftor thp 28th inst.
It ia boUoved iu Washington that Congress will ad
journ about tho 4th of July.
A Aro at Chicago on Saturday destroyed properly to
the amount of $176,000.
Last week tho redemption division rodoemoil and
canceled fractional currency amounting to $609.300.
Mrs. NOAH, widowr of the lato Major NOAII, died in
New York on Thursday, aged flity-six years.
Prof. R. L. DABNEY'B "Lifo of STONEWALL JACKSON,"
revised in manuscript by General LEE, ia ?publishing
JOHN KROLLMAN, a Gorman citizen of Erlo, Pa., blow
his brains out tho othor evening because an officer in
terfered wilh hie paetlme of flogging his wife.
Tho large grocery estabUohmont of SACKETT, BELCBBR
k Co., of New York, failed on Saturday. The failure
waa caused by tho defalcations of a junior partner, who
bad charge of the finances.
A lump of gold, taken from the North Carolina gold
mines, weighing flvopounds, IB on exhibition at States
ville, N. O. It is the largest lump found in the State
The newBboys of Cincinnati, Ohio, had a lottery
drawing last weak, and some of the lucky oneB came
into possession of a house and lot, pianos, parlor sets,
horses and buggy, &c.
The printing division of the Treasury last week print
ed fractional currency amounting to $357,600. The
issues during the same period to National banks and
assistant treasurers of the united States wcro $390,000.
The Lawrence, Kansas, State Journal says thnt ti ve
men encamped in a tent near Fort Leavenworth were
Struck by lightning on May 19, and four of the party
wore killed. The fifth barely eaciped, being bedly
The Wesley an Methodists some time ago built a hall
in Blihopsgate street, London, a freehold that cost ?35,
000. They have been recently offered ?167,000 for the
property. In the course of evidence given recently be
fore the Deputy Recorder of London, it WBB stated that
land near St Paul's Churchyard was worth ?1,000,0 00
The names, ages, birth-place, and religious tenets of
the Fontana captured at Fort Erle, Canada, are publish
ed in tho Canada papora. The total number is fifty
eight; fourteen are Protestants and forty-four Catholics;
ono is a native of Germany, seven of Canada, twenty
five of Ireland, and the remaindor of the United Sta tos ;
nineteen are under twenty-one years of age.
The following is the est?malo of the Assistant Oom -
missioner of Freedmen for the District of Oolumb la of
the amount of rations which it will be necesaary to dis
tribute to freedmen in that District during the pr?s ent
month: Six thousand full rations, payment for which
will be secured by liens ou the crops; to employees and
laborers, 350, and rations to dependents, 22,000. Total,
29,360. This estimate includes children sick in hos
pital, aged and infirm In Alexandria, Fairfax, and Lou
don counties, and Freedmen's village.
It is reported that Goneral GEARY has been mad o an
honorary Under-Sccretary of the Mtnasaas Branch of
the Union Galaxy. Tho Galaxy is an association of
freedmen, recently organized in Virginia for the pur
pose of securing for themselves and their brethren a
share of the patronago of the Government, and social
and political rights equal to thoBo possessed by the
whites. Tho General, ofc iiirse, cannot append his new
and extensive title in full when he signa bil mino. It
will be sufficient to give the initials thus, "Jons W.
GEARY, H. U. M. B. U. \s."
The late dry. cool weather and high winds seem to
have had a damaging effect upon the wheat crops. In
addition to those adverse influences, many of our farm
ers aro complaining of the ravages of the fly in some lo
calities. The late sown wheat has Buffered most. The
upland crops have exhibited its ravages more exten
sively than the river bottoms. It io now certain that
there will not be more than half an averagu crop of
wheat in this county, if that. We have seen some fields
that wUl not rield the seed sown. -Shenandoah (Weit
Va.) Herald, May ZI.
The chief reason for the abuse that the sham eless
trickster, FORNEY, is, through the columns of bis two
papers, heaping on the distinguished gentlemen who
are retalnod as counsel for Mr, DAVIS, is that in the
great FORREST divorce caso years ago, Mr. O'OOKOR
was the leading counsel for the lady in New York and
Mr. REED in Philadelphia-the latter gentleman being
the one who forced FORNEY, on his examination BJ a
witness, to admit that he wrote the infa n-oua ROBBRTS
letter, in which bo advised the suborning of a drunken
witness to confess to adultery with an absent somas.
Mrs. Dr. Mini E. WALKER was on Saturday again
arrested for appearing in a costume similar to that
known as the "Bloomer" style. After having boen sab.
jocted to numerous insults, and having been locked up
for two or three hours, she was held to bail in the sum
of $800 to keep the peace for ono year. This lady has
received a regular diploma as a physician, served for a
long time aa an Assistant Burgoon in the army, receiv
ing from tho Government a handsome medal in recog
nition of her servicea. We remember this Individual.
She was a prisoner of war in Richmond, and did ber
nest to attraot notoriety, but only succeeded in disgust
ing every body she approached.
In the Stato Convention, last Friday, the day was con
sumo! in discuetiug the proposed amendments to the
Stato Constitution in relation to the judiciary depart
ment. The ordinance proposing the sale of tho West
ern North Carolina Railroad to any company of capital
ists was sgain considered, but no definite action was
arrived at. The resolutions of Mr. MCDONALD, of Moore,
proposing to appoint a commission to visit Washington
city, were not takon up, although made the special order
/or 2 o'clock. Tho^ probability is that ?neither these
resolutions nor any of tho proposed substitutes will now
pass. Tho Convention on Saturday continued the dis
cussion of tho state Constitution. The election of Jus
tices of the Peace hitherto belonging to the Legislature,
has been given to the people. The number of Justices,
heretofore unlimited, was also restricted. A motion to
?dJonrnonlTuesdey, the 12th instant, waa referred to a
mr AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to' the Editor of
the Baily News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
? C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cath.
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 18CC.
THE EUROPEAN CONFERENCE.
Tho destinies of over two hiiiitlrud millions of
tho most civilizod pooplo on tho globo aro LAU g
ingin tho scalo at this timo,-shortly to bo do
cidod by thoir sorono highnesses at tho approach .
ing Ooufurpnco in Paris. Tho oyos of tho world
aro turned to the French capital. Shall tho many
vexod and complicated questions that for years
havo been harassing the Courts and poople of
Europo, bo brought toa peaceful solution by theso
wise and experienced diplomatists, or must the
illogical sword again bo roaortod to as tho arbitor
between contending nations, tho most onlightono ii
in Christondom? Tho sword, it is said, is the
ultima ratio,-the dernior resort, always at hand,
-and yet it decides nothing. It is the expression
ef brute impulso,-whoroas men can only bo ruled
or convinced by forco of reason. Shall mankind
ever bo relieved of this groBt incubus ? Will the
golden period ever mako ita advent,
"When tho war drum throb no longer, and tho bat tlrvllage
In tbo Parliament of man, tho foderatlon of tho world;
There the common senso of moat shall hold a fretful
realm in awe,
And the kindly earth shall slumber, lapped in universal
The gigantic proportions of the general Euro
pean war, abont tobo inaugurated, aro so fearful
as almost to stagger oar reason. If the difficul
ties that havo convened tho Congroaa shall fail to
be peaceably adjusted, there will be a struggle,
such nu the world han not seen in ovor fifty years;
and if the modern war appliances and facilities
for destroying human life aro brought into con
sideration, it must bo acknowledged that the ap
proaching collision will far BtirpasB any war in tho
history of man. That such a diro calamity may
be averted must bo tho devout prayer of every
well wishor of his race. If tho crowned heads of
Europe cannot find better uses for thoir subjects
than mako them food for villainous saltpetre, wo
hopo thoy will send thom across the briny main,
to till these western wilds. There is work enough
here, and broad onongh for all.
But to return to the Oonforonce. Wo will now
look at Bomo of the most important questions to
be brought beforo it*. 1. Venetia. 2. Schleswig
Holstein. 3. The propoaed reorganization of the
German Confederation; and 4. Tho Danubian
Principalities. The adjustment of each of theso
questions is calculated to affbet the "balance of
power," and therefore the peace of Europe.
Venetia was guaranteed to Austria by the treaty
of 1815; the Emperor's titlo is as good (on the
.'right divine" principle) as that of the Queen ol'
England to the possession of the Kingdom of Ire
land, and certainly better than the title of Franco
to Nico and Savoy; that is, if years of recog
nized possession can strengthen a title. Tho first
serious attempt mado to expel the Anatrians was
ia 18*18, when the Venetians caught tho prevailing
revolutionary epidemic This effort waa frowned
upon by every orownod head in Europe. It was
viewed as a mero insurrection against lawful and
established authority, and incontinently quashed.
The French-Austrc-Italian war in 1859, however,
changed the aspect of affairs. Lombardy was
wrested from its hitherto lawful possessor, and
incorporated with Sardinia,-more recently styled
the Kingdom of Italy. The Italians have been
long impatient of the German yoke, and the whole
Peninsula may be considered a unit as regards
their preference in the matter.
This, however, as wo have already remarked,
has not heretofore been tho method pnrsned by
European sovereigns in settling euch questions.
If we are not mnch mistaken, the Polos have, at
Bundry times within the last few years, Bignifiod a
deuiro to recover thoir autonomy, but we are not
aware of their wishes having been roapondod to,
Bave at the point of the Russian bayonet, or from
the cannon's mouth. It is but just to the Czar,
however, to Bay that he baa never been very pro
fuse in hie professions of Democratic principles.
The French have Bet the great precedent of popu
lar sovereignty. There has been, since 1830, no
King of France, but a King of the French. The
Government is not only constitutional, but to all
intents and purposed elective The present Em
peror pretends to no other title for his crown than
popular suffrage. He is the the great patron of
oppressed nationalities. And yet do we not believe
that even he is prepared to carry the doctrine to
ita logical conclusion. Suppose the two German
Provinces of France,-Alsatia and Lorraino-were
to vote themselves back to Germany; what would
NAPOLEON say, and what would the Frenoh peoplo ?
Thero would bo but ono voice against national
Nevertheless, are Strasburg, Colmar, Muhlhau.
sen and Metz, German cities, quite as much as
Mentz, Cologne and Spires. The origin, tradi
tions, habits, customs and language of the inhabi
tants of these two provinces aro all German, and
it is only by Btrict legal enactment that the French
language has been gaining ground of late years
in tho cities. The country peoplo still speak their
German patois, justas their grandfathers did.
Almost procisely the same condition of things ex
ists here as waa the oaso in the Elbe Duchies;
with this difference only, that we are not pre
pared to say, that these Qallo-German Bhineland
ers have manifested any desire of late to become
dis-french-ieed. We have only put the ease to il
lustrate the inconsiatency of the Emperor's pro
If such then would be the opposition on tho part
of Franco, to part with any of her rightful terri
tory, what is to bo eipectod of Austria? No dy
nasty in Europe han a prouder record than the
Houso of Hapsburg. Certainly there is nono more
obstinate; and although the declino of Austria has
been long recorded, and her speedy fall often pro
dioted, she still stands,-oho of the first powers
in Europo. Deeply hurt by tho iesuo of hor last
war with Italy, she will all the more oppoae every
suggestion, having the cession or transfer of Ve
netia for its object, and wo do not think that this
question will be peaceably settled.
If tho Conference fails in adjusting this difficul
ty, it will of course not bo ablo to do anything
with tho others named. If Austria loso Venetia
without a territorial equivalent, ehe muat lose with
it her prestige as a flrat-class power; and Prussia
naturally will take the hegemony in Germany, and
become to thafcountry what Sardinia is to Italy
InBtead of King of Pmesia, WII?HEI?M will be King
(or Emperor) of Germany. There will then be no
Schleswig Holstein question, nor any German Con
federation to bo romodollod. AB wohavo intimated
in a provioue articlo on this aubjoct, both Prussia
and Italy can afford to pay to Franco liborally for
bor aid in thia acuerno.
Tho only quostion romainiug would thon bo that
of tho Damibian Principalitica,-botweon Turkoy,
lluuuia and Austria. And thia is ao far subordi
nate to tho iutorcata moutionod ubovo, that it wore
bootlcBB to ontor on any speculation in rogard to
it. Tho question? before Congroaa all centre iu
ono, viz: Venetia; and wo cannot but admiro Bm
MAmt's brilliant diplomatic tactics,-by moana of
which ho has changed tho ontiro phaao of tho im
broglio. Tho original casus belli ia almoat lost
eight of. Tho Elbo Duohics arc not nnrucd, whon
GARIBALDI and hie outhuaiaatic voluntccra aro
heard knocking at tho Alpino door.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A RE
SPECTARLE young Woman OB Cbild'e Nnrao or
Chambormald. Roforonco glvon If required. Apply at
No. 4 ST. PHILIP BTREET._1*_Juno 14
n.'ANTED, A COOK AND WASHER
VV (colored, fir a small family. Apply in THOMAS
STREET, ono door from Radcliffe, between the hours of
11 and 3 o'clook._1?_Juno 14
A LADY WITH A GOOD SOPRANO VOICE
deBlrca a Situation to HING IN CHOIR or one of
the Churches In this City. Address Miss O. E., through
Postoffice, and state terms. . 3 Juno 13
WANTED, A SITUATION AS NUH8E.AND
rs willing to mako herself genoraily useful. Ap
ply second door from Wolf on Meeting street, No. 240.
WANTED, A CAPABLE WOMAN TO DO
the cooking and washing for a small family. Libe
ral wages will bo givon. Apply at No. 26 BULL
STREET, second door from corner Smith.
Juno 12 3
ANTED TO HIKE, A FIRST-RATE
COLORED WOMAN to do the cooking, also ono
to wash and iron, for a private family. None need ap
ply unless they can como well recommended, at No. 290
MEETING-STREET, near Columbus.
June 12 _3*_
WANTED, DISCHARGED AND DIS
ABLED Soldiers and Sailors, and all persons de
siring profitable and honorablo employment, to act as
AGENTS for tho GOLDEN PACKAGE. * ivo dollars per
day can be mado. 6 Juno 0
EMPLOYMENT -WANTED, 1IY A V?UNG
man, a resident of Charleston, in any capacity.
Is a good bookkeopor, and willing to mako himself use
ful in any business. Best of references furnished.
Addrers NERO, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A "WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some respectable family, either
as Oook or as a Washer and Ironor. Sho would be w11
ling, also, to mako herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAT, or at the Offices of the Dally NOWB
and Oourlor. May 28
WANTED, BV A YOUNO MAN, A SITUA
TION In Bomo Wholesale o' Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; baa some knowledge of tho Dry Gooda,
and a thorough knowledge of th > Grocery Business, hav
ing been in tbat business on h'.s own account. He will
study the Interest of bis err ployer, and is willing to
mako himself genoraily usoful. Salary no objoct. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Post?nico, or apply at this offlco._[June 11
WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED MAN IS
desirous of obtaining a situation of any descrip
tion requiring the experience of a bn sin CB s capacity; Is
capablo of keeping a set of Dooks, and corresponding for
any Establishment, or assisting the Editorial Depart
ment of a Newspaper, or would Uko to bo engaged to
writo articles on any given subject. Has a large ac
quaintance both In tho conniry and city. AUo under
stands the cultivation of Rioe and Cotton, and the
management of freedmen, Apply at this office.
WANTED, 50,00(1 AGENTS. TO KNGAUE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Business entirely new. No jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 to $500 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, malo and female, having a fow hours dally to
apare, should send for particulars.
Address, with stamp, G. W. JACKSON k CO.,
Postofflce Box No. 1348, Baltimore, Md.
May l8 lmo
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. R. L DABNEY, D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BI09RAPHY OF THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized by bis
widow. Tho author a personal friend and Chief of
Staff of tho Christian Soldier. Carefully revised and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. Wo want an Agent in
every county. Send for circulara and FOO our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 214 Soventh-atreot, Richmond, Va,
May 28 lmo*
1/MMl SALE, SEVEN WELL BROKE
MULE8, young; one fino saddle and draught
HORSE. Apply at SPRIGGS' STAPLES. June 13
FOR SALE, ONE HORSE, HARNESS AND
HUG .Y. Apply at No. G1 Beaufaln-street, corner
Wilson. 2* Jane 13
?tMJIEK Hin IDENCK FUR SALE.-A
O comfortable and pleasant Residence in the town of
Greenville, S, 0., consisting of two delightfully situated
Cottages and nine acres of land, on tho Pendieron road,
ono mile from the Court House, and five minutes' walk
from the railroad depot-part of said premises being
within, and' part without, the limits of the town of
Greenville. One cottage contains five finished rooms,
with kitcbon, well, outbuildings, kc; the other, two
rooms, an outbuilding of two rooms, and a well It
could be divided into several lots. There la also a large
log cabin some distance from the house. The above pre
mises contain niueaoresof good land, under cultivation ;
ab? - 1100 fine fruit trees, rose trees, Ac, ?be, ; two wells
of water, not to be surpassed by any others, Ac , Ac.
In point of f Jtu.ition, whether for health, comfort, con
venience to schools, churches, kc, It cannot be sur
For terms, ko., apply on the premises, or at JOHN
A. MICHEL'S. Land Surveyor, No. 61 St. Philip-street,
Office hours from Iii P. M" to sundown.
Juno 9 _Btnthal?
7TEA~UTIKUL RR>IDKIV?UE FOR ?ALE.
X> The deUgbt ?Hy si uatod ( OTTAGE, lately occu
pied by Col. L. M. Hatch, on Buncombe-street, Just out
side the limits c f the town of Greenvl'le, will be Bold on
accommodating torms. and immediate possession given.
The House contains five rooms, and- the outbuildings
aro so M tensivo aud commodious that two families
might be comfortably accommodated OB tbe premises,
if necessary. Nearly everything on the place has been
done over and Improved within the last five years. It
contains nine acres good land, mostly nnder cultivation,
a large and promising orchard, the beat of water, and
nearly every convenient looked for in and abont a
country house. In point oi situation, whether In view
of health and comfort, or its convenience to schools,
churches and good society, it la not surpassed in the
up country. Apply to T. P. ALLEN,
Greenville 8. 0.
Or JOSEPH WALRER,
Charleston. 8. 0.
June 6_WBtuth 4
FOR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE m good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, eto.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 32>ix27 Inches; bed,
26)4x31 X Inches.
WORREL HAND PRESS- Platen, 22x33 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22Xx28>i
inches; bed, 22x36 Inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22^x38 inches; bed, 20ii
x31 a inches.
RUG?LES' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DeL
Or J. W. MoMILLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
LOST, STOLEN, &o. ~
LOST-TEN DOLLAHS REWARD.-LOST,
a White Molro Antique PARASOL covered with
Black Lace, lined with Wbito Silk, and Ivory Handle.
Tho abOvo reward will ho paid, and no quoetlons asked,
if loft at MANTOUE k CO 'S,
Juna 14 3 Corner King and Sooiety-strools,
" "MEDICAL NOTIOEBT
DR. T. S. THOMSON,
OFFICE SOOIETY-STREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence corner of Tradd and Orange streets.
June 12 tullian?
T)R". VATIC BOARDING. - PKUMANENT,
JL Transient, and Day Boarders can be handsomely
accommodated at the southeast corner of Meeting and
Market streets Fine rooms and accommodation for
families, at reasonable ratos. lmo Maj 28
LRASSEMBLEE MENSUELLE PE LA 8001ETIE
aura Hou co soir a 8 hoitros preolse ohez Mons.
J. H. JUNGBLUTH, au coln de Meeting and Weutworth.
L. F. LaBLEUX.
Juno 14 Secretary.
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5, A. F. RI.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will bo boldon nt Maso, io Hall, Thit (Thursday)
Evening. Jane 14, at 8 o'clock. Candidatos for tho M.
M. degree will attoud.
By order of WV. M.*. G. WEBB,
Juno 14_ 1* Becrotary.
JETNA FIRE BtOlNB COMPANY.
TOE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET-NO OF THE
Company will be hold This Evening, 14th inst., at
German Hall, Chalmers-street, at hulf-past 8 o'clock.
Members oro rtquested to be punctual.
By order. JOHN McLFISH,
Juno 14_1 Secretary ./Etna Fire Co.
RKMEK LOAN ASSOCIATION.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE3HAIlKHt,i?B
ERB will bo bold on Friday Evening, tho lGth inet.,
at Masonic Hall, corner Klug and Woulworth streets,
ai half-psBt 8 o'clock, when a mntenienr. of tho condition
of ths Association will bo submitted, and an election
take place for a Proaldont and Four ?Directors to servo
for tho onsulnp year.
The Twenty-fifth Instalment will OIFO bo disposed of,
and a few Shares will bo oOorcd fur salo.
Members can pay their arrears p.cvlouBly to tho
meeting, at tho Cu?co of Iho President, No. 249 King
streot. WILLIAM B. HERIOT,
Juno 13 3 President.
TO RENT, ?fco.
FURNISHED OK UNFURNISHED ROOMS
to rent, in a pleasant part of tho village of Mount
Pleasant; live minutes' walk from the ferry boat. In
quire of Mrs. A. NOLEN, Mount Pleasant.
Juno 14 6*
ROOMS TO RENT.-ItOOMS TO KENT AT
Brown's Hotel, bummorvlllo; also, will accommo
date a few Boarders. For tortuB, kc, apply of Mrs. C.
BROWN, PropriotroBS._6 Juno 14
TO RENT, THURK r'INK ROOMS AND
ONE KITCHEN ROOM on the premises No. 5
Oburch street, near tho Battery, lim above will bo
nui tod low to a dorl ablo tenant; and possession given
immediately. For terms apply as above
Juno 12_ tilths
TO RENT.-THAT DESIRADI.E ItKSI
DENOE located at corner Meeting streot and Llgtt
wood Alloy. Apply to JAMES R. PRINGLE,
May 2 i tutbs No. 10 Adgor's North Wharf.
O RENT -THE DESIRABLE STORE
No. 167 Meeting-street, opposite Charleston Hotol.
Apply on tho premtses. April l8
THE SUBSCRIBERS H/VVE REMOVED FROM N08.
138, 140 and 142 Meeting-street, to tho largo and
commodious Store, No. 137 EAST BAY, opposite North
Atlantic Wharf, where their friends can always find
thom; and hopo, by strict attention to business, thoy
will merit the continuance of their patronage, so libe
rally bestowed upon them as heretofore.
LADKEY & ALEXANDER.
?ST OUT-DOOR AUCTION SALES ATTENDED TO
AS HERETOFORE. 10 June 11
DR. .Il.lt VK*.
AS REMOVED TO SOUTH CORNER MEETING
STREET and LADSON'S COURT.
E. M. 'WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, noxt door to Mr.
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Moot
THE SUBSCRIBER HA8 REMOVED TO THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
whero ho would bo glad to meet his old friends and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN still superintends the TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as usual. A. 8. HULL, Agent,
May 26 Draper ami lui lor.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXI8TING
under tho uno of COLCOOK.McCAlLE? k MAL
LOY, is this day dissolved by mutual consent of all
parties. Mr. JOHN COLCOOK, Commission Mercbant,
of OharleatoD, 8. C., Is appointed our agent to liquidate
all unsettled business. Any porson having demands
against the firm will piesse pr?tent to ulm; and all per
sous indebted to it will please mako payment to him iu
Charleston ; to Mr. D. MALLOY, in Cheraw, 8. C. ; or to
Mr. T. 8. McCALLEY, in Hunts ville, Alabama.
(Signed) O. J. OOLCOOK.
T. 8. MoOALLEY,
May 22 tuths D. MALLOY.
I HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PERSONS IN WARD No.
One that I will commence Sweeping on tho 14th
instant. p. v. MCBRIDE,
June 14 1* Sweep Contraolor L. W.
I WILL ATTEND AT MESSRS. GAILLARD AND MI
NOTT'8 OFFI0E, Vanderhorat Wharf, on Thurtday,
Juno 21 at, to recelvo Taxes for the Parishes of St. James'
S.ntee and St. Stephens; after wbloh timo my books
will be closed. A. H. DU PRE,
Juno 14 thmtb3* Tax Collector.
I WILL ATTEND AT THE FOLLOWING 'TIMES
and places to receive Taxes for the ParlsL of St.
John's, Berkley, viz: At Biggin Church on Thursday,
21st of June; at Cordcsville on Friday, 22d of Juro; at
Pinopolis ou Saturday, 23d of Jnne ; at Calamus Pond on
Monday, 261b of June; at Greenland Swamp on Tues
day, 26th of June; at Fultz's Old Flold on Wednesday,
27th of June, and at Black Oak on Saturday, 80th of
Juno, on which day my books will bo closed, and ex?cu
tions lBBUed against all defaulters.
Planters will pleaso inform all persons in their employ
lieble to Capitation Tax, of the tax days and when the
Office hours from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
JNO. M. PARKER,
T. O., St. John's Berkley.
June 4 mw2-tuth2*
REPAIRING OF BRICK WORK .PLASTERING,
WHITEWASHING, kc, promptly attended to, on
accommodating terms. H. G. DUFFUS,
June 7 6 No. 3 Wall street.
ROtAL HAVANA LOTTERY ?S CDU A.
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
$360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY BEVENTEE5
Prizes cashed and Information furnished.
The highest rates paid tor Doubloons and all kind
Gold ind Sllvr. HY (?OR ? CO.. na- Gem,
.?"ebrri ..**?* "wo No- I?* ?Vv ...-?*i NO* -II?
AT N0. 3?6^^IN^TB??__T^
WILL BE SOLD AT
THE BALANCE OF
SUMMER DRESS GOODS ON HAND.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE 8AME PLACE, A GOOD
assortment of MOSQUITO NETTING and BOBI
An extensive Block of FANCY SOAPS, In great variety,
which, together with other articles, will be sold at re
markably low prices.
Between Society and Wentworth streets,
June 12_6*_LEVY DR?CKER.
SPRING AND ?TER (Tool
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
tlir. public that ho Is receiving a lull assortment ol
CLOTHS. OA88SIMERE8, COATINGS AND VE8TING8
of the best foreign and dome silo manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, persons wishing anything in my line
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I havs
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them up in the very best style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand, No. 32 Broad-street.
March 80_J. 8. PHILLIP8.
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR IEORLBECKVS ALLEY,
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "selling and making up
to order." AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE?, their
well-selected Stock of fine OLOTHS, OAM8IMERB8,
DOESKINS, BILK-MIXED COATINGS, DRAB D'ETES,
VESTING 8, &0.
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper
workmanship guarAntoed. stutb3mos May 10
CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCK.
?h eZDni^l OIT^ SIX PER CENT. 8TOOK. FOR
mOs?\J\J salo by Z. B. OAKES,
"Juno 14 1 No. 4 Hroad street.
THE THOROUGH TRAINED AND HANDSOME
HOUSE BLACK HAWK.
Thoabove horco -au bo soon at tho Oharlo<ton Llvory
Stables until rafllod. LiaU atthostible. LOUIS KB
NACKE, and E. E. BEDFORD, No. 259Kiug street.
Juno ii 2
A SPLENDID BUOQY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
Shaft, suitable for two or four persons; mado by
Wood Bro., Now ?orlt. For further information, in
quire at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Mooting ond
Mnrbot stree ta. Juno 14
FOR SALE, ALL THE STOCK. JARS AND DOTTLES
of a Retail Dritt: Storo, situated in a business part
of tho eily. Any OHO with a BIIIIII capital CHU replenish
tho stock, and make it a profitable business, as tho stand
la an old one, and well known. Apply at thin olllco.
Juno 14 2
rriHETIDE WILL SERVE EVERY MORNING AND
JL ovouiug this wook at Whlto Point Gardon Bithlog
Hou'e. 1?. KILROY,
Juuc 12 6 Proprietor.
CHARLESTON BILLIARD ?I ILL,
Comer King and Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. COOLEST, AND MOST COMFORT
ABLE ROOM In the city, furnished with ELEVEN
TABLES, from tho Monufactory of Messrs. KAVA
NAUGH k DECKER, New York.
LORING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
PHOTOGRAPHS MADE BY MAGIC !
DEVELOPED BY THE APPLICATION OF A.
FEW DROPS OF WATER!
Pleasing both to the Young and Old]!
THE PIOTURE WILL MAKE ?T3 APPEARANCE IN
thirty seconds, and after throwing it into fresh
water for a fow seconds it will become a perfect and
beautiful Album Picture.
Price by the package of six Photographs, only Bevon
A liberal discount to the Trado, at
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
No. 290 KING-STREET,
June 14 2 Three Doors bolow Wentworth.
ANCHOR BRAND, A830RTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENCH BURR AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 INCHES.
POTS, OVENS, AND SPIDERS.
For sale at
H^RT ?& CO.'S,
CORNER KING AND MARKET 8T8.
A COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND, AND ORDERS
taken for odd sizes, at Manufacturer's prices.
WILLIAM M. BiRD k CO.,
Juno 14 thsmS No. 203 East Bay. ~>
DECIDEDLY COOL AND REFRESHING.
COOL AND SPARKLING
Lovers of this delicious and healthy beverago
are respectfully inlormcd that a pure article of
SUDA WATER, WITH CHOICE SYRUPS,
Gan be obtained at
EVERT E. BEDFORD'S,
NO. 269 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL.
THE FRUIT 8YRDP8 ARE WARRANTED TO B3
prepared from the NATURAL FRUITS and?no?
from Essential Ulis, Acids, and Coloring Fluids, so ex
tensively used in the msnufacturlng of Syrups, and so
Injurious to the health.
LIST OF 8YRUP8:
15. BLACKBERRY WINS.
OREAM SYRUPS PREPARED FRESH morning and
An ezporlence of fivo years in the manufacturing of
Soda Water and Syrups, enables the proprietor to as
sure the publie that he feols well qualified io satisfy the
taste of those who favor him with a call. A trial and
comparison is invited. tari
CONGRE88 WATER constantly < n ice.
A fresh supply of Einsingen, Vichy and other MINE
RAL WATERS, will arrive in a fow . ays.
Also, a choice eolectlon.Jiift received, of tho follow
lng favorito brands of TABLE CLARE! S AND WINES:
St. Estophe Mcdoc, Chateau Lcovillo.
Chateau Margeanx. Kxt. do Absinthe.
Grave's Martillar. Vcmueutb.
Cha'eau La Roaa. Cha lin.
Vin Imperial. M um ni b Co. Reims,
Piper Reidsoick. Haut Santernes.
Green Seal. Venve Ollquot
EVERT E. REDFORD.
June 11 O_No. 2ft9 King-street.
~Li E _E S
COPIES OF GEN. R. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to the Army of Northern Virginia.
For sale at
June 4 No. 9 BBOAD-8TREET.