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CHARLESTON DA1LV MI WS,
Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
c IT ne ART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
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IBAAO DA VEGA, Agent in New York.
Mr. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
_aa always the latest dates of the DAILY NEWS, aa he
floes of all the other prlnolpal JournalB of the oountry.
Gen. TT_I_ON tolegrapbB Gen. HOWAHD that ho has not
suppressed the Loyal Georgian at Augusta, but that it is
published as regularly as usual.
The s ilondId ship Monarch of the Sea, from Liverpool
for New York, with seven hundred pa ?songera on board,
Is long past due, and fears aro entertained for her
Mr. JOHN NELSON, an old and highly oatoomed citi
zen of Augusta, Ga., died on Satur'ay morning. He
was b?rn In Yorkshire, England, In I8i0, and came to
Augusta in 1833.
Under the new West Point Academy Bill whioh passed
both Houses recently, the President his authority to
appoint fifty cadets at largo, luBtoad of ten, i\? hereto
CHA_.ES Fnwcia ADAMS is taxed In BostDn on pro
perty to the value of $350,100. CUA__ES O. RooEns, of
tho Journal, is taxed on $260,500. The richest man at
tho Hub appoarstobo AUGUSTUS HEMMENWAY, whola
taxed on $2,406,200.
Tho Western and Northrrn papers furnish us mate
rial onougb in tho way of murders, seductions and
other crimea to keep an ordinary eizod dally journal
constantly full of that dtlectablo stuff, i.ut we prefer
other pabulum, and bellevo our readers do.
Mr. STEPHENS says that an "Irish Republic" exists in
Ireland compute in all its parts. That no man la al
lowed to unite in it wuo is not a sworn member of the
body. The oath rises above all social, civil and religious
obligations. It is more solemn and superior to Priest
The arrival in Paris of a black millionaire is announc
ed-the Duke DE BOUTON QUI PERCE (swellod pimple)
the wealthiest of tho ex-Emperor SOUOUQUE'S ebony
.courtiers. His fortune Is stated tobo seven million?;
and a splendidly decorated and furnished hotel has been
prepared for bun in the Avenno do llmporatiice.
A correspond ont of tho Montreal 0:zellc rocommend s
the use of cat-o'-nlue bilis In the pur. ahmont of the
Fenian prisoners who may fall iuto their hands, to
which imprisonment at hard labor might bo added.
Cotton in Georgia has commenced to blossom. The
recent rains have overwhelmed tho crop lu many pla?5es
with grass. Wheat throughout tho State is harvested,
and although the crop turned ont bstttf than was feared
somo time ago. It is by no moans oicoilont.
The name of THOMAS I. STOWELL has boen ntru-.k off
from the roll of attorneys of the Supreme Court for mai
practico, and ho is firbiddou to practice lu any of the
Couria of Now York. His offonco was ali alleged fraudu
lent procuiemont of authority in a dlvorco case, by
which he was enabled in fact to roproaont both parties
for the benefit of one.
The laborers of the iron mines in tho vicinity of Mar
quette, Michigan, struck on the l??t inst. for bigber
wages. The prosont allowanco is $2 per day, and the,
companies aro determined not ". pay more. The
Btrlkera are some five hundred in number, and have de
clared their intention to all JW UO woik to bo ?lone at the
mines until tb?ir demands are on?;?.?c1 with. Two
mon who refused to quit work wara mt upon by a mob
of the strikors and seriously injured.
It appears that tho OonfedorateB captured in Mexico
had settled on a plantation that had boen confiscated by
the churoh. The captors promiao to ro:oaie a'l the old
mon, but will put thoyoun; mou in tho Liboral army.
Two nephews and a son of Gen. P..ICE wore among th e
A bill was introduced in tho Canadian Parliament on
Friday, by the Attornoy.General of Upper Canada, sus
pending the Habeat Corpus Act for ono year. It waa
passodby both Houses, and rccolvod the Governor-Gon
eral's assent on the same day. By its provisions, per
sons suspected of committing nets of li >.?tl:tty or of con .
spiring against tho Government may bo detained in safe
custody, without ball, until the 8th of Juno, 1807.
Borne tlmi ago wo noticed lu this colamn tho forma
tion in Memphis of a company for the Fe ?ian army.
Wo now seo in tho Momphls papers that th<>grcator part
of this company was capture.1 by tho United States
authorities, and permitted to return homo on their own
recognizance. Wo learn the Government has also au
thorized tho Quartermaktcr's Department to furnish
tiansportatlon to tholr homos for -?uch of the mon as
have not the moans of paying their way.
E An old colored preaohurat Port Olbson, Mississippi,
recently baptized thirty colored convorts, and after the
ceremony ho charged them a dollar a piece. On the
following 8unday bo only succee.lod In inducing two to
present themsclvoB who were willing to pjy. Beoom lng
Indignant at the pariBmony of bia congregation, he re.
faood to baptize the candidate? for glory, saying he
warn't "agwlne to slosh himself up for no two dollars. "
Tho August! Chronicle, ?f Saturday, says a Qerman
named Auounr AnNOLu, omployed on tho plantation of
JONATHAN MIL.__H, Esq., oom mt tod suicido on yostor
day, ander the following circumstances: Ho went into
tlio odgo of the rlvor, noar tho Sand Dar Forry, ana 0 rod
tho contents of a pistol into lils face, toarlng away ono
sido of his faoo and hoad, no foil into tho wktor, his
foot BO much Imbedded in tho sand that ho did not float
away. His body waa Boon found aud Coronor RUODES
was summoned, who rondered a vordlct in accordan co
with the abovo statomont.
Now Jorsoy agriculturists In Oamdon county havo In
vested over $10,000 lu tho cultivation of toinatoos, from
which they intend to m inuf tcturo *?inogar.
MOT All communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily Newt, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE l8, 18C6.
In our iaauo of Saturday a ahort artiolo was in
advortontly inserted, purporting to be a picture of
Gorman lifo and mannora, but boing roally notti
ng moro than a libellous caricature. Wo found
tho picco in a Oinoinnati papor, road tho hoading
and scanned tho first third of tho art icio, cut it
out and gavo it to tho printer. Thia is not an un
frcquont occurronco in a nowepapor offico, and in
consequence articles appear occasionally, which,
upon more maturo consideration, would not have
It is scarcely necessary for UB to say, that as far
as wo aro concerned, no disrespect waa iotondod
to our Gorman foliow-citizons. For our constant
and habitual courao on this subject, worofor to
our files; and it will there be fouud that wo havo
at all timos given full appreciation to tho many
excellencies of the German oharaoter; to tho bigh
position of Germany in tho world of literature,
snienco and arts; to the proud pro-ominonco ah e
holds as the civilizer of the world. Tbo pasqui
nado on German manners, here animadverted
upon, was doubtloaa written by somo disappoint
ed Black Republioan politician of one of the
Northwestern cities. It is well kuown that Know
Nothingiam is ono of tho elementary tenets in tho
creed of that party; and many of their papora
make a sp?cial business of daily vilifying foreign
ers in general, and Gormans in particular, for
they havo more to fear from the intelligent oppo
sition of the latter than from all the others com
Whatever ignorant prejudice or villainous Blan
der may assert to the contrary, tho German im
migrants, as a class, aro tbo most intelligent, tho
best educated, the most orderly, poaceablo and in
udtriuu-j, and thereforo the mo3t mu fu I and des ir
ablo acquisition to the population of thia country.
All fair and candid persona aro roady to aoknow -
ledge thiB. Tho German carries the civilization,
the habits, mannors, cuatoma, morale and religion
of hi? nativo land to ovory sky and elimo, whoro
tho vicissitudes of fortune may appoint his future
habitation. There aro Gorman colonice in Russia,
Poland, Turkey, Palestine, at the Cape of Good
Hope, in Brazil, Australia, Iceland and Kamts
chatka; and in all of these upon examination you
shall find that they are exorcising a benign and
humanizing influence, radiating in evory direc
tion from this contro. Habits of prudonco, econ
omy, ordor, peace and industry soon make them
selves felt; and a refined and innato tasto throws
a flowery charm around the lowlioat cot. The
noble soul and fair, blue-eyed German housewife
rises abovo the pressure of adversity; and by hor
magic touch, hor sweet domestic virtues, ker deli
cate taste bud intuitive love of the beautiful, she
converts the desert waste and dreary hoath into a
little paradise. The roso, the violot and tho for
get-me-not soon unfold their slender buds, and
pervade an air of fatherland around her new, far
The civilization and manners of Germany are
vory similar to those of England and America;-a
fact Bolf-ovidont to o very ono who knows tbat Ger
many is the chief source whonco emanated the
stream of light and know ledge that has given tho
first impetus that aroused them from the long
night of barbarism. Germany again in the
renaissance blew the blast that awoko tho nations
to a sonso of their individuality and manhood, and
century after century she has coutributed the
largest quota to the sum of human progress and
German mannors have often been portrayed by
English and Amorioan travellers and novelists. A
fair and perfectly correct roprosontation ia rarely
met with, inasmuch as tho generality of writers
either cannot divest thumselvos of their precon
coivod opinions, or oleo have not Buftioiont inde
pendence to run counter to the general prejudice
of the roaders tboy address. Thus we could enu
merate a vast collection of books on this subject,
written within the last fifty years,-some of them,
too, wo have every reason to bolieve, with the vory
best intontious; and yet, uoarly all, from igno
rance, prejudice or party spirit, more or loss, run
ning into slanderous oaricaturc. To sum up the
subject as a whole, it may bo stated that in all es
sentials thero is no differonco between life and
manners in Qermany and Amorioa; tbat tho samo
moral, roligioue and social codo is recognized thero
, "Wo rogrot tho pablicatlon of tho libel in Satur
day's NEWS, but are ploasod to havo had this op
portunity of rocording our opinion of ttto German,
and our high admiration of his character,
SOUTH CAROLINA TREASURY NOTES.
In eomo sections of this Stato wo aro informed
that the Treasury Notos that havo boon issued by
ordor of the Legislature do not nass at par, with
out occasional objections on tbo part or those who
receive thom. As far as wo can loam, tkoro is no
just oauao for depreciating or rofusiag these bills;
they are receivable In Stato duos, and under no
circumstances is tho amount allowed to bo issued
to exceed tho annual sum or tbo taxes levied by
the State. Tho annual tax lovy of tho State ia, wo
suppose, about $350,000. Tho am mut of Stato
Treasury Noies th.it havo beon baaed from Janu
ary to June 15, 18CG, ?mount, as wili bo aoon by
tho following statomont, to $133,282.11 :
Bills Receivable outstanding, June 15,1866.
Bills patt! oat
ioirnary. j?,4 76
?S*... 73,677 28
-y-T1. 95.6J9 .'6
y %". 96,1-9.74
June 15. 8,443.49
Paid intoTroaaury by four Tax Oolleotora.... 8,879.45
On Thursday evening. Juno 14th, at St. James' M. E.
Church, by the Rev. GEOnoB KRAMBH, MARTIN V.
CALVIN, associate nowa editor of the Augusta Ohronl -
ole & 8entlne), to M. ABBIE, daughter of Capt JOHN
OARNIOUAN, of Charleston. 8, O.
DIED, at bia residence, in this city, on the 13th day of
Juno, 181.6, arter a short but severo Blues?, SAMUEL ti.
MILLS, aged 66 years, 11 mouths and 13 days.
"Blessed aro tbo puro In heart for thoy shall soo God. "
DIED, on Saturday, Juno Oth, 1806, in Laurons Dis
trict, OCTAViUt? CHAULES WHITE, infant Son of
THOMAS G. and MAUTIIA P. Wmifc, aged 6 months
and 10 days.
?Sr NOTICE.-THE MANAGER8 OF CITY
ELECTIONS aro requested to meet Thit Afternoon, tho
18th inst, at tbo Ofllco of the Chsrleston Insurance and
Trust Company, Broad-Btroot, at half-p?st S o'clock.
Juno l8 1 JAME8 A. DUFFOS, Cbalrmon.
_r THE REGULAR MEETING OP THE
LadloB* Association to Commemoiato tbo Confederate
Dead will bo hold at tho Masonlo Hall, This Afternoon,
18th inst, at 6 o'clock. Membors oro requested to bo
punctual In attendanco.
By ordor of tbo President
June l8 1 Recording Secretary.
?-NOTICE.-1 HE COPARTNERSHIP HERE
TOFORE oxtstlng between THOMAS KNIGHT and the
undersigned is by mutual concent dissolved. All per
sons Indebted to tho late firm of KNIGHT & VOGT, aro
notified that no on o baa authority for tho prosont to
collect debts due tbo copartnership. All outstanding
claims agaluht the samo will be prosented to R. C. GIL
CHRIST, Esq., Law Office cornor Broad and Church
atroots. F. VOGT.
Juno l8 _1?
mr MESSRS. EDITOR8:-PLEASE ANNOUNCE
N. M. GILBRETH as a candidato for Alderman of Ward
No. 4, and obligo
MANY OLD FIREMEN.
Juno 16 4*
J9_-MES8R8. EDITOB8:-YOU WILL
please announce Mr. MARTIN METER as a candidate
for Alderman of Ward No. 1, and Mr. O. LILIENTHAL
for Ward No. 4, and oblige ? MANY VOTER8.
mr THE MAN FOR THE POSITION.
MESSRS. EriTORS: SiMn present through the me
dium ol your journal, to tho voters of Ward No. 1, Mr.
DAVID BRIGGS as a candidato of the saino, and obligo
the "SPIRIT OF THE TIMES."
MESSRS. EDITOR8 : MR. S. Q. COURTENAY
at the solicitation of urgent friends, having con
sented to tho uso of bia namo for tho position of Alder
man in Ward No. 1, you wiU please announce him an a
Candidate to All tho vacancy occasioned by the resigna
tion of THOMAS RYAN, Esq. FIREMEN.
?B-ME8SR8. EDITORS : YOU WILL PLEASE
announce O. O. 1 RUM BO as a candidate for Alderman
of Ward No, 2, to supply the vacancy occasioned by tho
resignation of Captain THOS. RYAN, and oblige
June 1 MANY FRIEND8.
JTaTFOR ALDERMAN, WARD NO. 1.-PLEASE
announce Dr. W. T. WRAGG as a candidate for Alder
man in Ward No. 1, In place of J. R. MACHETE, re
signed. May 23
*_*_ OR ALDERMAN, WARD NO. _.-PLEA8E
announce JOHN F. O'NEIL as a candidate for Alder,
man for Ward No. 4, in place of A. CAMERON, resigned.
mr IN ADMIRALT?.-UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA -THE
OFFIOBB8 et al OF THE BRIG 0. B. ALLEN vs
THE BARK MARY-DECREE IN CASE OF SAL
VAGE.-By virtue of the Decree of the Court of Ad
miralty in tho abovo caso, tho bark MARY wiU be SOLD
FOR O ASH, at tho Exchange, in Charleston, on Thurs
day, the 21st of June, at 11 o'olock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING, Marshal.
Juno 16 6
JW-GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD-CHARLESTON, B. C,
Juno 11, 1866.-Sealed Proposals will be received at this
O fflco, until the 27th instant, for the erection of a
FREIGHT DEPOT at Columbia, B. C. The plans and
apocificatlonB con be seen at this Office.
H. T. PEAKE,
June 12 14 General Superintendent S. O. R. R.
mr MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Board _f Trustees and Fa
culty will proceed, on the 20th of June next, to fill by
oloction tho Choir of MATERIA MEDICA, made vacant
by the death of Professor HENRY R. FBOBT.
May 7 mOwl EDWARD FROST, President
?-THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE APPLI
CATION will bo made for renewal of foUowing certifi
cates in Homo Loan and Building Association-the
same having beon loBt-wiU bo mado:
W. B. Heriot, No. 124, February 10,1660, ?ve shares.
A. McLoy, No. 46, February 10,1860, ten shares.
A. McLoy, No. 203, July 23,1860, ten shares.
May l8 lamSmo*
mr NOTICE l8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ninety days after date I will apply to the City Connell
of Charleston, for renewal of Certificates of City C per
cent Stock, the originals being destroyed by fire. The
following are the amounts:
No. 1018, period C9, for $6080, ia the name of SOLOMON
No. 662, for $30.30, issue of October, 1863.
Bo. I860, period 38, for $110, IBBUO of 1867.
No. 1867, period 44, for $630, Issue of 1867.
No. 1808, period C1, for $?00, IBBUO of 1887.
No. lHi.O, p riod 71, for $180, lssuo of 1867, in the
name of SOLOMON E. LEO ARE.
March 20 mh2O180;apl6,3O;myl?,Sl;Je9.18**
mr NOTICE TO HOLDER8 OF PAST DUE
BONDS AND COUPONS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
AUDITOR'S OFFIOE, BO. 0A. RAILROAD CO, 1
' CHARLESTON, JUNE 7,18_3. I
The attention of pirtiea Interested Is invited to the
following resolution of the "Executive Committee of the
Beard of Director?."
.'Resolved. Hint holders of Past Duo Bonds and
Coupons of this Company, including the July, i860.
Coupons, are request?.! to make statements of the same
and novo Uit m at the < Alco of the Auditor, on or before
the first July next with a view to the preparation of the
new Bonds or exchange. If preferred, parties may de
liver tbeir old It' nda and Coupons, and take the Audi
tor's receipt and obligation to give now Ronds as soon
as prepared, say to the 1st Angm-t next."
June 7 J. R. EMERY, Auditor.
??-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-By GEORGE BUIST, Esq.,
Ordinary_Whereas THEODORE G. BARKER, oi
Charleston, Attorney at Law, made suit to mo to grant
him Letters of Administration, of the Estate and Effacts
of CHRISTOPHER F1TZSIMON8, lato of Charles
ton, Physician : These are, therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the sold
CHUIBTOPHER t rrzsiMONS, decoasod, that they be and op.
pear before me, in the Court of Ordinary, to be held
at charleston on 26th day of June, I860, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clook In the forenoon, to show cause,
if any thoy have, why the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 9th day of June, Anno
Dtmlnt 1806, GEORGE BUIST,
June 11 m2 Judge of Probates.
mr ITCH 1 ITCH I ITCH t BOBATOffl
SCRATCH! S0RATCH1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
wiU cure the Itch In 48 hours. Also cures Salt Rheum,
doers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
BO ccntfl. For sale by all druggists. By sending 00
cents to WEEKS A POTTER, Bole Agent?, 170 Washing,
ton street Boston, It will Ve forwarded by mail, free of
postage, to any part of the United States.
June 4 Orno?
ANTBD.-ACOLORKD OUIL, . O HUNO
?child. Apply at No. 28 REID-B1REET.
Ju o l8
WA NT KI), A "WHITE NlillHK FOR THF?
children of a small family. Apply at No. 60
WANTKD 1NHKDIATK1.Y, A CIVIL, AND
competent COOK AND WAHU h.R. For ono with
proper rtcomuiondntiouR liboral wagCB ?HI bo glvou.
Apply at No. lu GEORGE-STREET. 1 Juno l8 '
WANTKD.-A SITUATION UY A RE
8PEOTABLE white ?tri as So-mstrosR or 'tiam
bormatd. Has no objection to travel. Apply at No. 12')
EABT DAY._I*_Juro 18_
II/AIVTED TO HIKE, A WMITK SER.
W VAN'l (femnlo) to Cook nnd Wash tor a small
family. Hecouimoudations required. Apply at No. 12
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE.
Wanted, a compotont porH n to taUo chnrpn of tho
Laundry Department. Appliquons ranst be loft with
tin* Btoward. Oood reference? will bo required.
Juno 10 _^^^^
I EMPLOYMENT WANTED, HY A YOUNO
li man. a resident of Charleston, In any capacity.
Is a goon bookkeeper, and willing to malu? himself use
ful in any business. Best of - references furnished.
AddrciB Ntl?), Ulam Box No. 16, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in aomo respectable family, eithor
ns Cook or SB a Washer and Ironor. Hhu would be w11
ling, als ?, to make herself gonerally UBOfnl. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, or at tho Offlcos of tho Dally Nowa
and Courier._May 28
WANTED, DV A YOUNO M%N, A SITUA
TION In some Wholeaalo or Retail Dry Gooda or
Orocory IIOIIRO; has ROIUO knotvlodgo of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowltdgo of (bo Grocery Business, hav
ing beon lu that business on his own account. He will
study tho lntcrn.Pt tof his employer, and is w11 liri ? to
msko himself generally useful. Salary no object. Boat
of references furniehod. Address "F." through tho
Postefflco, or apply at this o Alco. _Juno 11
WANTED-A MIDDLE AGED MAN IS
desirous of obtaining a situation of any descrip
tion requiring the experlenco of a business capacity; l8
capablo of koeplng a set of Books, anrlcorroRpomllng for
any Establishment, or assisting tho Editorial Depart
ment of a NowBpipor, or would like to bo ou gaged to
write artlclos on any given subject. Bas a largo ac
qmtntance both in the coun?ry and city. Abo under
stands the cultivation of Rt o and Cotton, and the
management of froodmon, Apply at this offlco.
WANTED, f?O,O0U AGENTS, TO KNO-iOE
in a light, useful and pormancnt omployment.
Bnstness entirely now. No Jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 to $600 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Every
person, male and female, haviuj? a few hours dally to
spare, should s?*nd for particulars.
Address, with stamp, G. W. JACKSON & CO.,
Postofflco Box No. 1348, Baltimore, Md.
May l8 lmo
WANTKD, A STORE ON KING STREET,
between Liberty and Market streots. Address
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
May 28 mw 1'aviUon Hotol.
AGEN1 S WANTKD
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. Ii. I? DABNEY. D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BI03RAPHY OF THE IMMOR
'l AL HERO. The only edition authorized by his
widow. The author a persoual 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. Ho nil for circulars and coo our torme.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 214 Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
May 28 lmo**
_TO KENT, &o._
TO LET, A SMALL BRICK COTTAGE
HOUSE In good repair, containing flvo square
rooms, gas and fixtures, good elstern, near bnsinesB
centres and ia every way a dealrablo residence. Address,
Post?nico BOJ No. 20. 2_June l8
h\URNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
to rent, in a pleasant part of tho village of Mount
Pleasant; flvo minutes' w*lk from the ferry boat. In
quire of Mrs. A. NOLEN, Mount Pleasant.
Juno 14 6* '
ROOMS TO RENT.-UOOMS TO RENT AT
Brown's Hotol, Summerville; also, wUI accommo
date a few Boardora. For terms, ko., apply of Mr?. O.
BROWN. Proprietress. 0 June 14
ANY PERSON DESIHING TO SELL A
good PLANTATION (Sea Island prefnrro-i) cheap
can address PoBtofflce Box No. 212, Charleston, 8. O.
FOR SALE, SEVEN WELL IIROKE
MULES, young; ono finn saddlo and draught
HORtJE. Apply at SPRIGGS' STABLES. Jung 13
FOR SALE, ALL THAT LOT OP LAND,
with two and a half atory DWELLING, sltuatod at
No. 1 South-street, having double piazza and commo
dious basement, Une elstern and well. The honso ia
now and in good repair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms and particulars, apply to
B. A. k 3. T. EARLY,
Jnne 16 Northwest corner Marke) and East Bay.
FOR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc
SMITH HAND PRE88-Platen, 22>ix27 iuchea; bod,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22X*2B}i
inches; bed, 22x80 inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22#x28 inches; bed, 26>i
xSl K inchea.
RUG?LES' _' B PRESS-Standing Sheet Presa.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington. DeL
or J. w. MCMILLAN.
May 8 At thlR O tilca.
CG. TRUMBO k SON? HAVE REMOVED THEIR
. Office from No. 145 Market atreet to No. - Mar
ket street, third door east of Meeting street, north ?ido,
where thoy have on hand a lot of DOORS and SASHES
of varioua sizes.
Juno l8 8
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMOVED FROM NO3.
138. 140 and 142 Meotlng-street, to the large and
commodious Store, No. 137 EAST BAY, oppoaite North
Atlantic Wharf, where their friends can always find
them; and hope, by strict attention to business, they
will merit the continuance of their patronage, ao libe
rally bestowed upon them as heretofore.
LAUltEY k ALEXANDER.
??-OUT-DOOR AUCTION 8ALE3 ATTENDED TO
A8 HERETOFORE. 10 Juno 11
DR. JKRVJi V
AS REMOVED TO 80UTH CORNER MEETING
STREET and LADSON'S COURT.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 OH AL
MER8-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doora east of Meet
THE SUBSCRIBER HA8 REMOVED TO THE
80UTHW?SST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
where ho would be glad to meet his old frltnds and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN still superintends the TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as usual. A. S. HULL, Agent,
May 2a_Draper and 1 allor.
LOST, STOLEN, ftp.
STOLE1?.-ON MONDAY MORNING, ABOUT
onp or two o'olook. from a residence in Mooting
street, a Gentleman'? GOLD WATCH and CHAIN; mai
er'a name, WM. SMITH, Jn., Glasgow. No. 11,852, and a
Pocket Book containing a G Id Pencil and Sixty odd
Bollara. A reward of thirty dollars will be given if re
turned, and no questions asked. Apply at this of
fice. 0 June 16
" J- ia ' '
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
rpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
X under the Arm af P. LYONS k CO., is disaolved.
P. LYONS and BEN J. M. WIN8T00K are authorized,
solely, to settle tho affaira of the concorn. All dobta will
bo paid to them. P. LYONS.
Jnne 16 3 B. M. WINSTOOK.
PRIVATE ROAttDING. -PERMANENT,
Iran clent, and Day Boardora oan bo hand so moly
accommoJated at the loatheaal corner oi Meeting and
Market streets Fire rooms and aooommodatlon for
far-Hies, at reasonable latas. im o May 28
THE SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD.
TAi* Kvening, at 8 o'cl"ck. The nomination and
election of officers for the aswlag term will ho held.
Members will como prepared to pay urn'?.T.
By order. C. V. D. PETIT, Scribo.
Juno l8 1*
PIKENIX KIKE KITGIf R IOHIPANY.
ATTEND THE REGULAR M 'NT ?I,?' Mi-.RriNG
of your Company This Evening, at Matonlc U ill,
at 8 o'clock.
fr order. j. F. g, HXSELL,
Juno l8 1 Secretary.
A COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND, AND CONTINU
ALLY arriving, of all regutaf sizes.
Ordors takon for odd eizos, at Manufacturer's prices,
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. -ii):? EAST HAY,
SIGN OF MARVIN SAFE.
Juno l8 mws
G_,__SS - W__:R__.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOU SALE B*?
HiLwui a. WMLMVS & co?,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 IIAYNE-STUEET.
June 16 fm w2 moo
CUE LEATHER AND WAI
BONE AND lVoRY COUNTERS
BILLIARD KALES, COES, Ac.
WILLUM G. WlIILtHtf & CO.,
Juno 15 fm\v2mos No. 253 KING-STREET.
PLATED AND 8ILVER SPOONS
FORES. OA8TORS. TI-A TRAYS
DISH COVERS, TADLB MATS
TAULE CUTLERY and
For salo by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM G. WUILDioN _ ?0.,
June 15 fmw2moB No. 255 EINQ-3TREET.
PEREOSCOPIO GLAPSES FITTED TO SUIT ANY
WILLUM G. WUILDEN & ?0.,
Jane 15 l_w2mos Nu. 255 KING-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLUM G. WJULIrKN & CO,,
No. 255 KING-STREET.
WATCHES AND JEWKLRV REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
Juno 15 fmw2mos
ANCHOR BRAND, AS ORTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENCH BURR AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 INOlEa
POTS, OVENS, AND SPIDERS.
For sale at
HART __ CO.'S,
CORNER KING AN1- MAUKET8TS.
June 14 lmo
BREWERS OF FIN
GEO. W. CLAUfv & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,.
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE A'I FACT OF THE
above celobrated /LE, aekun vledged to bo
th?> best in the market, aro now prepared to supply the
TRADE of tula city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the cliolate.
For sale in barr?la and bali barr?la.
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,.
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KEllR'S WHARP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH :
HEID8IEOK cnAMPAGNF. QUARTS AND PINT8
SHERRY WINE, ID cn- * a ?1 IB casks
MADEIRA WINE, in casca and In ?-?.NICB
CLARET WINES, lu ca?cs p.ntsauii half pinta
CORDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Sup ), in MB. a
BRANDIES, In case?- and in casks
GINS, in oases and in casks
RDM, in cages
WHISKIES, in cases an?l li? <-?.<?_.
ALE, In caae!>, quarts Mid pint?
LAGER BEER, lu quarter derrel?, also in pinta, packed,
eight doz_ to tbo b.?rrej. 3_IOB_June ia
mHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS HIS HEUVI0E3 TO .
tho Momba nts and Citizens of Charleston for
ENTERING AND EXPEDITING ?JOODS THROUGB
TUE CUSTOM-HOUSE. Heini acquainted with the
French and Spanlah language", many dolaya and an
noyances that arlso in translating invoices can be avoid
od by application to ALFRED A. BARDOT.
June 10 ?i_w3 Mo, 73 East Bsy.