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CHARLESTON DAILY NBWS,
Q. K. CATHCART. EDITOR. .
cvTiLCAJiT, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
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LAUFEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGrEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?TTHH! IJIST OF liHrrTIDRS re
muinln?? in the IPostofnoe at the end.
o? enoh -weeli: Is p-Dlishec* ofBLoiully
In *_?__:__ !>___:_._' NKW8 every ITri
A new word bas been Invented OB an attache to Judge
UHDEUWOOD'S charge, viz: jurlalmprndence.
lho population of Now Jersey In 18651s reported by
Ihe State Co uptrollor at 773,700-an increase since 1800
UNDERWOOD 1B a Now England Yankco, who carno to
Virginia and married a woman who owned negroes,
which bo sold and p ickotcd tbo money.
It la stated that the Government is ready 19 transf? r
JEFFB-HON DAVIS to the jurlsdictlo i of tho Dlatrlot Court
of Virginia on a writ of habeas corpus.
The first flour from now wbeat woe received at Augus
ta, Georgia, last wook, beleg olovon days lator tbau last
Tho work of robuildlng tho Now York Academy ol
Music commenced on Monday. Tbo old walls will bo
used for tho now building, after being roduced in height
about fifteen foet.
Tho Mobile Tribune announces that the "Bank of Mo
bile" and the "Southern Bank" commenced redeeming
their circulation at par in the Unltod States Treasury
notes on the 1st of Juno Instant.
The ladies of Woodstock. Virginia, had a handsome
floral procession on tho 6th instant, in honor of tho gal
lant ABU HY, Tbo graves of tho docoasod soldiers were
bandBomoly Boded, and headboards, with tho namos of
the deceased, company, regiment and State, BO far as
known, inscribed upon thom.
Admiral SEMUES will soon prepare his adventuroB on
the high s"B, whilo in command of tho Alabama, for
tho press. Ho bas boen otXtirod $500.) in England for
tho oopyrlght of the work, but tho off- waa deel lned.
It will probably first appear In numbera, In a s mt hem
monthly, and afterwards bo gathorcd in and published
In book form.
The Now Orleans Picayune, of the 12th, gives an ac
count of tbo d dugs of a lot of nogro employ?es on the
plantation of Louis GBABERT, of Ibervllle Parish, Louis
iana, the other day. They became offended, and w ent
to work cutting up the growing crop of cotton. Th e
causo of offence is Bald to be an order from their Bureau
Bending them book to fill tbolr contract after they bad
ran off from tho plantation.
Gon. FISK baa made an elaborate report to Gen. H ow
A_n upon the condition of affairs in Tennessee and
Kentucky. Ho says that during tbo month of May
77,177 rations were issued to white persona, and 7109 to
fn-ed i m m. Ho has ordered the distribution of an ag
gregate of 30,000 rations for June, at least two -thirds of
which will go to the whites. Tho peoplo of Eentucky,
he thinks, are indlsposod to properly caro for the aged
and Infirm freedmen, and their support will for a time
be a burdon upon the Government.
Novel proceedings rocenUy took placo at the Ohio Fe
male Collcgo near Cincinnati. Mr. BROWS , President
of ttio Atlantic Steamship Company, owns au tutorost of
$60,000, and has a mortgage on the other balf. Having
failod to get possess! )n of tho property by suits in
Court, be, with counsej, took forcible possession. The
citizens, feeling outraged, assembled in groat nu m bera,
and would bare ousted the invaders had not calmer
heads restrained thom, The Sheriff, by au ordor of the
Conrt, ojeo ted than.
_Tho widow of JOHNSON HATCH, late of Wolta, Maine,
now up ?ords of seventy yeera of age, relates the follow
ing curious fact: Something more than thirty years
Blnce ?ho heard a discussion in relation to how long the
germinating principle in corn would continue a o und
and go:d. She resolved to try the experiment and
prove the faot. She selected a nice sound ear of corn
and planted a few kernels from it every year fir thirty
years. Every year for twenty-nine years the corn grew
and flourished, but the thirtieth year it failed to come
np or sprout
The Supreme Court of Alabama, on Juno 7, decided
two caaes involving the validity and constitutionality of
the act of the late Legislature, commonly oa lied the
"Stay Law." Able opinions wore delivered by each one
of the Judgoa. The offoot of the doolslon is to sustain
the first and oighth seotlona of the aot, which poatponee
the rendition of Judgment for at loast twelve mon tbs;
Whtlo tbo second; third and fourth sections, which relate
to proceedings for the collection of payments by execu
tion, aro pronounced unconstitutional and void. C hief
Justice WAL-EII dissents from the opinion of the Court
on the first point, and holda tbo ontlre law void.
The Picayune thus aketxihes a June day in Now Or
leans: "Figs are at last becoming plentiful-no t only
the whlto and black varieties, but also the purple
veined Celeste, the most delicious and delicately flavored
of them all. In the rural districts of our city the luxu
riant follago of tho Og trees lends at all times a charm
to the level landsoape, white in the softened light of
ovonlng they glvo a mellowness to tho picture wh ich
CLAUDE LOIHIAINB would bave lovod to look upon,
Gollon-buod cant-opea, redolent with perfume, pearly
eared corn and crimson-tinted tomatoes, encircled
with fragile cones of the pale green okra, are tho tem p .
tatloiiB cunningly displayed lu tho rostaurant win .
An active member of the Grattan Circle, in Brookl yn,
who possessed a homeateal a fortnight ago, sold it out
and invested tho proceeds in the Fenian cause. Ho is
now penniless, and d?pendent on his daily labor for bl s
dally broad. Another Fenian of largo ey?npathloi, re
siding in tbo fourteenth wari}. Invested ten thousand
dollars in the movement, which was hta all, and the
savings of twenty-five years' inlustry. On Tuon lay he
bad only loft of this amount a ono hundred d ?liar F e
Stan bond. An ngud wld JW sont her only son off with
the Willlamsburg contingent, and sold the cottage in
which she lived, giving tbo proceed? to the cause . The
failure of the Canadian expedition bad BO fearful an ef
fect upon a woll-known me Heal gentleman of Brooklyn,
that his reason Is dospalred of.
It Is proved that out oi the 21,777 334 Italians united
under tho sceptro of VIOTOB EMANUEL, 10,099,701 do
not know their lottern, whllo of tbo r in lind r 803,389
can barely read; thus tbo number ol moro or losa edu
cated individ?ala Is reduced to 3 013 005 maloB lud
1,360,0.0 Hinaus. Those ligures will astonish us less
when we leam that in 1863 thoro wore but 29,*3 ? Boboota,
either publlo or private, fretpiontod by 1,109,324 schol
ars, and 265 gymnasiums, as the col ego? where students
are prepared tor the unlvorsltles are called. Two hu n
drcd aiid nlnocommunes do not possess a single sobool
?tiber publlo or private. In 1839, the Government of
Italy, including Austria, sptnt annually but b,000,000
francs for popular education.
mm- All communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
?. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We oannot undertake? to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be aooompa*
nied toith the cash.
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TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 19, 18CG.
What a sorry, Hpaviuod, brokon-wiudod jado
that old Constitution mu?t bo to need so much
aod auch coustaut tiukoriug. Tho proeontOon
gross, at Washington, has dono littlo olao during
all tho many days and ondloss windage o? its de
liberations, than proposo and discuss constitu
tional amendments. Tlio ruling party woll mor ii
the appellations of Radicals,-by which thoy
plcaso to bo oallod,-for io their estimation noth
ing that is, is right. Rostiese and moddlin g by
nature, your genuino down East politician BOOB
no reason why tho organic law of tho land should
bo moro saorod, moro stable-, or moro protected
against "improvements" than tho Nattie cob
blor's laBt year's patont for a now stylo of shoo
poge. "Why should tho Constitution not bo
mended?" Wo foar many of thoso legislative
tailors pick holos into tho vonerablo garment for
tho special purpose of having tho pleasure of
A natural romonslranco would retort : Wliat is
the uso of a Constitution that can, at any tim e,
be Bet aside by a truculout majority ? Why amend
it? It is as easy to act counter to it as to pans
thoso amendments, and far les3 troublesome
But tho Puritan is a great "sticklor for forms.
Whilo ho has not tho loaBt scruple against an
nulling the most solomn compacts, ho is strangely
squeamish, and must havo an cz-pjsl-facto modi
fication of tho compact to cover his disregard of
tim law. The agitation, discussion and logisla
tion of the Republican party during tho last few
yoars, haB boon ontiroly consistont with tho prin
ciples and practice of their Puritan ancostors.
An utter want of reverence for established insti
tutions, an ovor-weoning assurance and solf-right
cousncBs, coupled with narrow-minded bigotry,
and its usual concomitant, a malignant spirit of
Given thoso as tho guiding principles of your
judge, and ?niall your chance of justice, none your
hopo of mercy. Wo rogrot to bo compelled to
come to the conclusion, that this is tho com
plexion of our prosont political status. A fair
policy of reconstruction was markod out by the
President, supported by all the weight of his au
thority and influence. Had this course been
adopted, the country would now bo at peace, old
strifes rapidly healing, and a healthy, rapidly dis
appearing cicatrix would cover the many wounds
made during the last few years. The country
would bo a unit, politically aa well as geographi
cally, one in aim and purpose. No internal agi
tation would bo gnawing, cancor-like, at its rit?is,
as is now tho case ; retarding tho growth and de
velopment of industry, fomontlng suspicion, in
spiring distrust, and keeping alivo tho dying ora
bors of civil and social strife.
All this might have boon but for tho sordid,
selfish foar entertained by tho ruling faction, lost
their lease of power should be shortened. Power
is sweet and offico profitable, and to lord it over
their botters is particularly pleasing to the craven
mind of the base born. That all this agitation is
kept up, aod iojustico committed, in tho name of
justice and under the guise of philanthropy, is
only in character with the inherent traits of this
race of fanatics, who, with tho wisdom of the
serpent, all the whilo protend tobo as harmlos s as
There is, therefore, no prospect for tho politi
cal recognition of the Southern States as long as
tho present Congroas shall shape tho legislation
of the country. Tho olootious aro cloao at hand,
and it is to be hopod, for tho sako of the peace and
prosperity of the whole country, that tho people
of the North will throw off tho inoubus that has so
long been a drag to tho nation, and oloot new
men to Congress,-who shall not be committed to
constitutional amendments and pet philanthropie
abstractions,-who shall not spend all the six
working days of the week in discussing the Freod
meu'a Bureau, and making Pariahs of tho white
men of the South,-who shall occasionally at leant,
consider the interests of tho whole country,- en
deavoring, by a conciliatory course, to brid? o over
the chasm created by the wnr between the two
sections. It can bo done, and wo hope to seo it
There is much also for us to do. Wo boliovo, a 8
we havo said all along, that the South fully com
prehends her situation. (Certainly if she do not,
it is tho fault of neither Provost Marshals or
Freedmon'a Bureau). The Confederate armies
wero surrendered in April and May, 1805'; and tho
subject of our disabilities has boon cona tan tly b o
foroour people ever since, so also the require
ments of tho Republican party. It is reasonable,
therefore, to suppose that thoy are perfectly cog
nizant of the situation, of the duties of the hour,
and the furthor sacrifices to bo uudorgonoon their
part, and that they are all now proparod to yield
a cheerful submission to the inevitable, and como
up deliberately to an intelligent disohargo of their
now duties. This should bo dono soon, and done
It was not to bo supposed that all this could bo
brought about ina tan tor, that a failure, au oh as
ours, should forthwith be followed by a radical con
version. A RE - individuals, wo know, foan d no
difficulty in thus hauling down tho bars, and in
stantly thereafter unfurling the stripes. We will
not hore inquire into their motivos, or so i n too
closely tho question of their sincerity. Suffi elent
to say, that but few among men aro ever found so
dispassionato, who havo their feelings and im
pulsos so porfootly under tho oontrol of their
reason. A wise statesman, thorofore, profers a
convorsion moro Blow.
Our peoplo havo boon much maligned by omis -
saries (called correspondents) paid to soarch out
tlio weakness of tho land. Every hasty expression,
nevor mind under what oircunistano?s uttered,
has been promptly manufactured into "disloyal "
sentiments; and a groat deal of MUCH disloyalty,
wo sincerely boliovo, has boen firwardod to tho
Radical press, that had its origin in tho fertile
and unscrupulous brain of thoso corresponden ts.
The honest sentiment of tho country has found no
expression, or porbaps wa should say, ha H had
no opportunity of boing proporly roprosonted to
tho pooplo of the North. Heneo their opinions
are based upon a delusion, and thoir legislation
has been prompted by their fears rather than by
tho circumstances and facts of tho e.iio. Our
people are weary of this. We have had enough
and moro than enough of crimination and recrimi
nation. Wo are tirod of political agitations, and
dosiro peace?, and wo aro prepared to mako the
nocossary aacriflco in ordor to attain it. Wo bavo
taken our vows lionostly and in all sincerity, and
it is uugouoroiiB in our advorsarioa to doubt ; the
moro eo ne this doubt ia based upon faleo assump
tion,, and upon toatimony tbat could bo easily
proved unworthy of credouco.
REMINISCENCES OF CHARLESTON.
Wo bavo bcou favored by tho vonorablo author,
J. N. OAHUOZO, Esq., with an opportunity to po
niBO aomo of tho very interoating lottera written
hy him for tho SaTannah Daily News and Herald.
Theao lottore, or ratbor essaye, na tlioy Bhould
moro properly bo called, will soon mako thoir ap
poaranco in tho form of a neat pamphlot from tho
press of our townsman, Mr. JOHETU WALKER.
Our readers will soo, from tho following Hat of sub
jects, how interesting andvalnahlo ?I?B work must
Tho lettors compris o the following t?pica: "As
pect of tho City," "Agriculture, tho Low Country
Plantors," "Commorco of Charleston," "Educa
tional Institutions," "Chamber of Commorco and
Board of Trado," "Insurance Oihcoa ami Firo De
partment," "Newspaper Proas," "Periodical
Press," "Railroads, " "Sociolios and Clubs,"
"Lihrarios, publio and privato," "Principal
Fires," "Magnolia Cemetery." Tho appondix
will embrace tho principal evonts which attended
tho Biogo and invent ment of Charleston, with a
list of those who full in that memorablo strug
When it is romomherod that Mr. OAHUOZO lia?
spout noarly eixty yoars in editorial harness, and
has hoon always a loading thinker and writer upon
many of tho subjocts abovo- montionod, our read
ore will be struck by II?B peculiar fitness for tho
task ho has undortaken. In order that they may
form aomo idea of the naturo of the work, we
publiah this morning one of the letters taken at
random from sovoral which lio boforo us.
At tho advanced age of eighty yoars, Mr. OAH
UOZO comes before tho publio, not for the first
time, but in all human probability for the last
timo, as an author. Tho subjects aro of doop
and very general interest to tho people of our city
and State Tho author has been known to them
ana thoir fathers for moro than half a century.
Whether the matter under discussion waa dramat
ic criticism or Europoan politics; city improve
ment or political economy; his versatile pen gave
tho tone and direction to a largo portion of our
thinking men. Few meu have exercised a greater
influence in forming the judgment of an intelli
gent community than Mr. CABDOZO, and few men
have roapod so little benefit, iu % pecuniary point
of viow, from a lifo of oarnoat and honost intel
Wo commend tho "lleminiaceticeu" to the press
and the people of tho South, and trust its salo
will be commensurate with the ability and claims
of the author.
TO COUNTRY NEW-PAPERS - A PRIN
TER, capable of managing tho mechanical depart
ment of a country newspaper, desires a sit -atIon either
aa FOREMAN or JOITHNKYMAN in aomo newspaper
published In an interior town, oltbor In South Carolina,
Georgia or Florida. Addrots, stating full particulars,
"PRINTER." Sally News office, Charleston, S. U.
Juno -0 C
WANTRO, A WHITE SERVANT, BINGLE
proferre-, of unexceptionable character, to Cook
and Wash (ira gentlomau and Lady. For such a one a
condor--ile and healthy home with good wages will be
furnished. Apply to Ko. 80 '____? D ST.
Juno 19 tuths3
TO DllKHSMAKEHH!- T WO YOUNO
GIRLS wantto LEARN A TRADE, ono an Drois
maker, the other as Millner. Tboy can board with
parents until a: lo to work. Apply at No. 2 ALEXAN
DER STREET. 3* June 13
SITUATION WANTED BY A WHITE
WOMAN, who will wash and iron, and bas no ob
jection to cook for a small family. Apply at No. 02 CAL
NOTICK-WANTED, A PARTNKR, (A
German) with Four Hundred cash capital, store
No. 87 Bi-aufaln street, Grocery.
June 19_1*_H. WM, HEINS
UfANTED-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
VV to take cbargo of thron children, whose mollior Is
sick-one who ia w Hing to WORK and make herself gen
erally useful. For particulars apply at this office.
June 19 1
WANTED- A COIiUKKDGIKL, < O Al INO
a child. Apply at No. 38 REID-SIKEET.
WANTED, A AYHITE NURSE FOR THE
children of a small family. Apply at No. 00
MEETING-STREET._ June l8
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE.
Wanted, a competent person to take cbargo of the
Laundry Department. Applications must be left with
the Steward. Good references will bo required.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNO
man, a resident of Charleston, in any capacity.
Ia a good bookkeeper, and willing to mako himself uso
ful In any business. Best of references furnished.
Address N_KO, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some rospoctablo family, either
as Cook or as a Washer and Ironor. Sho would be w11
ling, als i, to make herself geuerally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, or at the Offices of the Dally News
and Courier. May 28
?\T7*ANT1_D, BV A YOUNO MAN, A SITUA
W TION In some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocory house; has nome knowledge of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been m that business on his own account. He will
study the interest of his employer, and Is willing to
mako himself generally useful. Salary no objoot. Beat
of reforenoes furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofflce, or apply at this office._June 11
WANTED, 50,000 AO-NT8, TO KNGtOE
in a light, useful and permanent employment.
Business entirely new. No Jewelry or agency humbug.
$200 to $500 PER MONTH GUARANTEED. Bvory
person, male and female, having a few hours dally to
spare, should Bend for particulars.
Address, with ?tamp, G. W. JACKSON k CO.,
Post?nico Box No. 1348, Baltimore, Mil.
__ AGEN18 WANTKD
\\FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACK80N.
BY PROP. U. L D-DNEY, D. D., OP VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIO?UAPHY OP THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized by his
widow. Tho author a peraoual friend and Oblof of
Starr of tho Christian 8oldtor. Carefully ievlaod and
corrected by Gennral R. E. LEE. Wo want an Agent in
every county. Bond for oirculars and ?oe our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
No. 21? Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
May 28 lino*
" DISSOLUTIOV OF? COPARTNERSHIP.
rpiIK COP\RTNER8nlP HKIIETOFORE EXISTING
J. under the firm of P. LYONS & CO., Is dlsslved.
P. LYONS and BENJ M. WIN8TOOK aro authorised,
Bololy. to settle the uff-ilrn of the concern. All debts will
bo paid to thom. ? LYONH.
1 M. DAVID.
June 16_3__B. M. WIN8TO0K.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho namo ot COLCO.JK..M0QA1 LEY Ac MAL
LOY, is this day ?Unsolved by mutual coiinont o! all
partios. Mr. joan COLCOCK, Commission Marchant,
of ubarleston, 8. O , l*app ?luted our agent to liquidate
all uiisott'eil business. Any person having demands
against the urn? will piesse pre.ent to irn; and all per
son* Indobted to it will p easo make paymont to bim in
Charleston: to Mr D MALLOY, lu Glieraw, 8. O. ; or to
Mr. T 8. MOCALLBY, In HuutsviUa, Alabama.
Hiiroed) O- 3. OOLOOOK.
' B ' T.S MoOALLEY,
May 22 tilth? D. MALLOY.
CITY COU? CIL.
FTUIE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
J. will bo held This Day, in Ouunoll Chambor, at 6 P
M. W. H. SMITH,
Juno 10 1 Clerk of Council.
UNION CHAI'TEIt NO. 3. H.^7I?7?TM?7!
THE MONTHLY CONVO 'ATlON WILL Bl BOLD
EN In Masonic Hall, This ?vening, tho lOtli lint.,
at 8 o'clock.
Companions and Candidates aro requested to bo
By order of M.*. E.*. H.*. P.*. THOS. B. COLLIN?,
Juno 10 _1*_Secretary.
PALMETTO BASK BALL CLUB.
AN ADJOURNED VESTING OK TH? PALMETTO
BASE BALL OLTTU ?rill bo hold This Evening, at 8
o'clock, lu Maeoulc Hull, coruor of Kim; anil Went
worth ctrci'lH. A full attendance of the in?inbers Is re
qupntid WM. II. BELLAMY,
Jim?* 19_1*_*. eerotary.
_TO RENT, -co._
TO KEPT, THREE EINE ROOMS, WITH
lar ?to Pantry and Cook Kltchon, sultablo for a
small family. Apply on tho promises No. 6 CHDBCU
8TKKET, neartho Battery_1_Juno 10
TO LKT, A SMALL IIKICK COTTAGE
IIUUHK In Rood repair, containing flvo square
rooms, gas and flxturcp, good cistern, near business
centres and ia every way a desirable residence Address,
Postofflco Bo? No. 30. a_ June l8
C to rent, in a pleasant part of the vlllago of Mount
Pleasant; flvo minutos' walk from tho forry boat. In
?lutro of Mrs. A. NOLEN, Mount Pleasant.
KOOMS TO RENT_IIUUM1 TO RENT AT
Brown's Hoiol, Humruorvlllo; also, will accommo
date a fow Boardors. For ternT, Arc., apply of Mr?. C.
BROWN, Proprietress._0 June 14
TO RENT, THREE KINK ROOMS AM)
ONE KITCHEN BOOM on tho premises No. 6
Church streot, near the Ii it tory, abo abovo will bo
rented low to a dor-i ablo tenant; and possession given
immediately. For terms apply as above
FOR SALE. SEVEN WELL BROKE
MOLES, yoting; one Ano siddi? and draught
HORaE. Apply at SPRIGGS' STABLES. June 13
FOR MALE, ALL THAT LOT OP LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-stri'Ot, having double piazza and cammo
dione basement, Ano cistern aud well. The house is
now and In good repair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For ternis and particulars, apply to
B. A. ft J. T. EABLY,
June IS Northwest corner Marko) and East Bay.
FOR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TVPE in good order.
Font? of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PBE8S-Platon, 22^x27 luchen; bed,
WORREL HAND PRES8-Platen, 22?t23 Inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PBE88-Platen, 23^x28^
Inches; bed, 22x3(1 inches.
HOE HAND PBE8S-Platen, 22J?x28 Inches; bed, 20Ja,
x31% in ebbs.
RUUGLES' JOB PREBS-Stondlng Sheot Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DeL
Or j. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this OlUce.
_LOST, STOLEN, &o.
PICREO UP ADRIFT, OUTSIDE O P
Fort Snmtcr, a BAFT OF TIMBER, which tho
owner can have by proving property and paying ex
penses. Apply at MORELAND'S WHARF.
June 10 3*
I KPT BY MISTAKE, A BOX, CONTAIN.
J INO o Grover k Batir Bowing Machine (without
table), dirooted on a card to ROBERT OHISOLM, Esq.,
Orangoburg, 8. C. ; was left somewhere by mistake, on
the last of May, by a spring cart driver. Any informa
tion leading to the reco*?ery of the same will be thank
tally received, at No. 13 COMING Sl'REbT.
fe .-)r REWARD-STOLEN PROM BOR
j) ?i*J CIIESTER Plantation, four miles from Sum
merville, 8. C, on the Ashley River, on tho night of tho
10th lost, a largo BAY HOUSE, about le bands high, 0
years old. Tho abovo reward will bu paid for the deliv
ery of said Horse to M. R. TH AKIN, at Summerville, 8.
O?, or R. W. WEBB, on tho plantation.
June 16 stuth3*
STOLE?.-ON MONDAY MORNING, ABOUT
one or two o'clock, from a residence in Meoting
stroot, a QonilcmanV GOLD WATCH and CHAIN; mak
er's name, WM. SMITH. Jn , Olasgow, No. 11,852, and a
Pocket Book contaihlug a G Id Pencil and Sixty o"dd
Dollars. A reward of thirty dollars will be given if re
turned, and no questions asked. Apply at this of
fice. 0 June 16
PRIVATE Jt'.M ?i IM V?.. ~ PERMANENT,
Transient, aud Day Boarders can bo handsomely
accommodated at tbe t-oatlie.isi corner or Meeting and
Market streets Fine rooms and accommodatloa for
families, at re .sonable rato?. loin Mav'28
Co. TRUMBO k SON HAVE BEMOVED THEIB
? O Alco from No. 116 Market street to No. - Mar
ket street, third door cast of Mooting street, north ?Ide,
where they have on hand a lot of DOOKS and 8A8HES
of various sizes.
THE 80B8CBIBERS HAVE BEMOVED FBOM NOS.
188. 140 and 142 MoeUug-street. to tho largo and
commodious Store, No. 137 EAST BAY, opposite North
Atlantio Wharf, where their friends can always find
them; and hope, bystriot attention to business, they
will merit the continuance of their patronage, so libe
raUy bestowed upon them as heretofore.
LAUKEV k ALEXANDER.
?.JSr ODT-DOOB AUCTION SALE;! ATTENDED TO
AS HERETOFOBE. 10 Jane 11
AS REMOVED TO 80DTH COBNEB MEETING
STREET and LADSUN'S COURT.
E. M. W11! TIM?.
OOBCVBH AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED Hit? OFFICE TO NO. 34 OHAL
MEB8-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors eaatof Moet
THE RUB80R?BER HAS REMOVED TO THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
where be would be glad to meet hie old friends and ens
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN still superintends the TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as usual. A. 8. HULL, Agent,
May 28_Draper ant 1 allor.
DR. T. S. THOMSON,
FFIOE 8O0IETY-BTKEET, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence corner of Tradd and Orango streets,
CHARLESTON BILLIARD HILL,
Corser Eil aud Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. COOLEST. AND MOOT OOMPOBT
ABLE ?OOM In tho elly, furnished with .LEVEN
TABL*-8, from tbo Manufactory of Messrs. KA VA
NAUOH k DECKER, New York.
LORING & TUENEE, Fropri'rs.
H. W. SOHBODER,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW AND MAGISTRATS.
Law Plico, lu rest o? Court Lous-*.
COPIES OF GEN. R. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to tho Anny of Northern Virginia.
For sale at
june 4 No. 9 BROAO-ST itEET.
HURLEY'. POPULAR WORM CANDY
LS A SPECIFIC FOH WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTEDTOCURB.
PRATT ft WIL.SON BROU.,
Nu. 238 KINO-STREET, CUARLISTON, 8. C.
J""Q 19 tilth?-mo
FOR CHILLS AND FEVER!
T_Tt3E THE BEST.
HURLEY'S A(iUE IONIC
NEVER KAILS -ALWAYS TO RE DSPEND-D
.ONl?'1" ! '?"tljl,'K moro rollahie thttti Hl'KLEY'S
Will erne Air.?, and tVvor. Chilla ?in-l K"vnr. Intor-ii.
teut Pcver, Dumb Aaue. Every porsnii who boa tried
Uurley*B Tonlo .-pealm in blub *orms ..r It. As a curative
agent It i? unmrpaascd, and m.iro coruin than ?iiiiuino.
No bad re,ultH Irom luring Iturloy'B Tome. Evorvto tv
should use Hurley's ARUOTOU?C.
PRATT _ WILSO-] linos.,
No. 238 KING bTKEET, CHARLESTON. 8. O
___._?_ t. ths-mo '
rpHETIOE WILL SEKVE Til l8 DAY FROM 11 A M.
X to 3 P.M., at Whlto Point OiirdoiiUatlilnu Home.
??uno 19_ _1_Proprietor.
A SPLENDID BOGGY WAGON. WITH POLE AND
Shaft, suitable for two or four por-io-is; nivlo by
Wood Bro., Now *iork. Por furlhor Inform ?ion, in
quire nt Pholau Billiard Room, comer Mealing and
Market streets. Jnno 14
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, NO. 0 TJ 1?.
FRENCH BURR AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 INC I K8.
POTS, OVENS, AND SPIDERS.
For sale at
H___RT & co.'s,
CORNER KING AND MAltKETBTB.
Juno 14 lino .
BREWERS OFFIRE PALE ALfe&PORTER
WEST I8T-HS7 BLI"-? 7-_8?VE? NEWYORK,
GEO. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAYING TAKEN THE BOLE AGENCY OF THB
above celebrated ALE, ackuowledged to be
th? best hi the market, aro now prepared to Bupply tlio
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale in barrels and holt barrels.
Mav * ii
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH :
HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, i_ caora and In casks
MADEIRA WINE, In canea and In casks
CLARET WINES, in cases pints and half pints
CORDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Slip ), In cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GIN8, In cases aud In caekB
RUM, in cases
WHISKIES, In cases and in caut?n
ALE, in case?, quarts and pintB
LAGER DEER, in quarter liarrcls, also lu pints, packed,
eight dozen to the barrel. ?luios June 12
SOLICIT8 PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORK8, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Proseos, Printing Proseo?; makes and re?
pairs Hoisting Machines for Store?; makes all kinds of
Wroughtc I Stool Ploughs, with or without stocka. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. AROH'D MLLEISH,
V . . ? r-'Mi.i' n?". N'? l ?.iiMin.vi-.,...-?'-*?*''.
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR UORLBECK'S ALLEY,
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "selling and making up
to order," AT GREAILY REbUOKD PRICES, thoir
well-selected Stock of fine CLOTHS. OAasIMERES,
DOE8KIN8, SILK-MIXED COATINGS, DRAB D'ETES.
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper
workmanship guaranteed._stuth?moa May 19
-PRING ______ GOODS.
THE STJBSOR-8EB, HAVING ?rD8T RETDR-ED
from tho North, takes tbls method of Informing
the public that bo is receiving a lull assortment of
CLOTHS, OA888IMERE8, COATINGS ANDVESTTNGS
of the boBt foreign and domes?o manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, persons wishing anything in my lins
will find it to their advantage to give mo a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them np in tho very best st} le at Edgerton A
Richards' old stand, No. 3_ Broad-street.
March 80 3. 8. PHILLIPS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAViNG COMPLETED THEIB
arrangements once moro for th? manufocturo of
tho best COTTON GI S3 over made In this couutry, aro
now prepared to receive ordorB from Plantera and
others wishing to purchase.
Thn long established and well known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hopo, bo a suffi
cient Kuaranteo that the article will RIVO ?ntlre satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLK iTT St CO.,
May 14 Winnsboro. 8. 0.
KFRI OK 11% TOUS t NEW INVKVTION!
GREAT IMPROVEMENT! DRYI ECONOMY IN
ICE! GOOD VENTILATION AND PURIFYING.
0HAMBER.-This now invention and great Improve,
mont, tho result of long and practical exp?rience, Is now
offered to tho p uni io with tua assaranaothstit embrsoea
in its cons ruction all modern improvements la the
most simplified form. Onenf the most important fea
tures Is tho new Purifying Chamber attached, by whlob
porftxt Dry VentiUtion is obtained.
The Ice koop? nearly twloo as long as in ordinary Re
As an artlolo of Furniture, the style in which they
.~? got up renders them highly ornamental for any
The tm-'o furnished at snob low prices a? will make it
._> induoemetit for thom te oaU and examino my stock.
Nos. CS1 and 65) Third Avonvo, New York.
>Iay 38 wfraS-o