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.M-LBSTO- DAILY N_WS,
Q. R. CATHCART, J_DITO_.
^ CATII*-ART, JIcraLLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
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TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cr nts
iiAR(JEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
??THE LIST OIT LT-TTTE-I-S re
miiining in trie _?ostof_oe at the end
o? eao_ week is _? _blis_io_l oil!oiiilly
lii THK UAH.Y NE-WS every ___
Mr. V__TiTCn, who was badly beaton by two ne
groeB In Savannah, a few days ago, died Saturday morn
JEFF. DAVIS, a few days ago, on bolng applied to by a
photographist, docllnod to allow his ploturo to bo taken,
M-kir_t ho had changod so that his old friends would
not know him.
On tho night o? the 7th, tho Branch Bauk of tho Stato
at Springfield, Mc, was brokon into by some bold and
expert burglars, and robbodof #10,0 '0, which was lu tho
San Francisco Is going to be supplod with wator from
a lako on the Sierra Novada Mou-talus by an aqueduct
two hundred miles long.
A bill was introduced In Congress to pty orery mem
ber $10,000 per term, and "necessary travail ing ox
penBes." Tho latter gives a good margin for stealing I
Nearly a million dollars havo boon reoolvod in Now
York by the Excise Board up to Saturday, for license.
The timo of closing drinking saloons has been ex tended
to the 19th instant.
Tbo Il-dlcals wore very frlondly with Mr. H_.ni B, of
Maryland, on Friday, though some of the most ex
treme threaten his expulsion on account of his remarks
There can be no Impropriety in stating that the
Government at Washington is using its Influence on be
half of tho Fenian prisoners in tho hands of the Cana
dians, and with a grattlylng prospect of suoeess.
The Memphis, Mobile, New Orleans, and Jackson
Freo Masons united in a plc-ulo noir Memphis on the
14th. Persons who had served in both armies were
In the United States Dlstrlot Court for Southern Ala
bama an lmllct mont for murder and conspiracy has boon
found against G. W. GAYLE, who advertised a reward
for tho assassination of Mr. LINCOLN.
Thore Is much oomplalnt in Uuntavlllo of unwilling
ness of negroes to work. If they could be Induced to
labor, His thought fair crops of both grain and cotten
might yet bo mado in most parts of North Alabama.
A violent hurricane visited Gwinnett county on the
2d lust. It spread ovor an area of seven miles liy on e,
and swept away everything in its resistless p atti. It had
the aopearance of a solemn column of bluo smoke and
scorched the leaves In tho woods aud corn In the field.
VlOTon Hnoo, having more confidence In tho otabllity
of i__li?_ banka than of thoso of his country, placed
the proceeds of his work ?LOB Miserables" in the
United Liability Bank of Ovrn_.su, GURNEZ k Co.,
? (who havo Just failed to Buchan enormous extent.) a
-' great part of which he will most likely lose.
Tho New Orleans Picayune says tint just now th ore is
.' a positive mania for tho autograph of Qovorno r Moonr,
c of Louisiana. Among other requests was one from a
young lady who Inclosed in her letter a small octagonal
piece of silk, which she desired tho Governor to write
lils name upon, as ?ho was getting up an "autographic
JOSEPH -.-TEUP??OO-, Jr., of Camden, Me., got his
life Insured for $3000, and afterwards became deranged
and commuted suicido by shooting. The Insurance
company refused to pay the polier, but the M nice Sa
promo Court decides that they mu st pay the (3000 ?nil
the costa b.sideB,
The following tribute to that rarest virtues, consist
ency, Is from the Columbus, Ga., Sun: "We understand
that examinations of the members of the colored schools
in tho city have boon going on for several days. One or
two exhibitions have taken place at night. These we
presume are the closing exercises of the session. We
hope tho little darklos have been taught nomethlncr that
will benefit them. Tho white female teaohers have ctr
talnly practiood what they preached-perfect social
equality with the blacks."
J. F. H. CLAIUC-NE, it is reported. Is living in Now
Orleans, for the facilities It affords him for completing
his history of the late war, commenoed two years ago,
but suspended for the want of doouments. Accom
panied by a proper draught-man, he expects to spend
the next three months in surveying the great bsttje
_eld8 ol Virginia and other States In which the principal
battles were fought Mr. OLAIBOBVE 1B the author of a
life of (?cn. Qui-MAM.
Dr. PAUL, CULLEN, the new Irish. Cardinal, is the first
of Ireland to receive the hat Be. started for Borne
recently, to be invested with his new dignity. It is said
that he declined it on a previous occasion, and hss only
been prevailed upon to accept it now in consequence of
?I the Interests of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland
,'l seeming to the Pope to require that ho should occupy
J i euoh a position, and maintain the state incident to it.
v' The Cincinnati Commercial "learns from a private
: source that tho tr. op B sUUonod st Fort Sml_, Arkan
sas, aro mutinous, beean so under orders to march to
New Mexico. A considerable number of them are un
der arrest At one time thore was danger of a fight bo*
tween the white and black troops. A number of tho
blacks swore they would rather die than go to New
Mexico, and loaded their guns to resist the officers.
? Tbelr courage failed them, however, when the test came,
and they obeyed orders when direotod to stack their
The census returns show, approximately, the ratio of
death in dlfferont part? of tho country from oonsump
: Hon. It la as follows: Eastern States, 34.0; Middle
- States, l8..; Western Stales, 11,4; Southern States, 7.4
From fevers it Is as follows: Eastern States 6.3; Middle
States, 6.0; Western States 80.0; Southern States, 15.4.
In 1800 the deaths by consumption wero 13.70 per cent
of the whole number of deaths; and of fevers 0.70
making 23.63 per cent of deaths caused by the aboro
disease. The total of deaths by consumption, 40,118;
from fevers, 85,808. Grand total of deaths in the United
States 340,157, being supppoied much less than the ac
tual number, owing to errors In the o numeration,
iD Louisiana, in 1800, says tho St Mary's Planten'
Banner, there wero 867.810 whites and 331.736 blacks.
By tho Influx of white people to New Orleans and other
parts of the state, and the natural increase, the loss of
our while population by war and dia_.o has been mole
than restored, so far as numbers ere concerned. How
many negroes are there In Louriana? Nearly or quite
half of the black population of this Slate Ave years s go
have gone to their long home. War and freedom havo
been to them ?qnal to the black plague of London to
the inhabitants of that sity, our observations, aays
tho New Orleans Picayune, here in Now Orleans, lead
na to the same conclu? ion.
SOT AU communications intended for publication <n
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. l8 Hayne-streH, Charleston,
B. G. Business Communications lo Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the eily mutt be acoompa
nied with the cash._
O HARLE8TO N.
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THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 21, 18CC.
THE INQUISITION AND THE BASTI LE.
Inquisition I BaBtilo ! Words of torr ,r I How
ofton has tho chook of tho studout palo?! at tho
horrora of thoir history 1 While thoy existed tho
world wao paralyzed with dread, and ovon now,
that thoy have rolled years backward in the past,
thoir vory names call up memorioB which chill tho
The one was an engine of power, which, by the
secrecy of its workiug and the unscrupulouenesa
of ita management, Bubjocted tho most innocent
victims to tbo most diabolical tortures. The
other waa itself an instrument of punishment
an awful prison, whero long Uves wero wastod in
tho thick darknoes of its colls. But it was not
thii that mado it so torriblo. A prison, whoro
convicted criminals alone are punished, has no
terror for tbo world. It was that hero might bo
incarcerated any ono at tbo mere nod of one man,
on tho baro accusation of an unknown person.
It has been the boast of the United States, over
ainco it was a nation, that the right of personal
liberty was bottor guaranteed hero than in ary
other country, and that oven tho guilty could not
bo doprived of it without fair trial. It is not ac
knowledged noto that wo live under a despotism,
and in tho comparatively narrow district whoro
military law still rules ; it is asacrtod to bo for
the protection of tho weak against the strong, tho
impartial administration of justice and the pre
servation of law and ordor-not for purposes of
spoliation, concentration of powor, nor exorcise
of tyranny. Alas, for our boasts. Alas, for our
OXCUBOS. Facts speak loudor i han words. It is
upon record that iu this State of South Carolina,
which has complied with all the requisitions of
tho Chief Exocutivo of tbo country, in ordor to
regain her place as a component part of tho na
tion, the military authorities, established by the
Government, for tbo laudable purposes abovo
mentioned, havo exorcised tboir judicial functions
vory much Uko &n"Inquisition, and have made a
genuine old-fashioned Bastilo of tboir prison.
In proof of the first assertion, we call the at
tention of our readers to an article from tbo Bal
timore Gazette, which we publish in anothor
column of to-day's issue, and which was written
by ono of our most distinguished citizens, and
vouched for by bim as corroot in every detail.
The parallel between tho conduct of Major Moons
and that of the officers of the Inquisition ia car
ried to tho last extremo of disgraceful tyranny;
for not only docs Major MOORE uso torture to ex -
tort confessions, but, like the most unscrupulous
and vindictive of inquisitors, ho usos torturo to
extort evidence-not only puts the accused "to
tho question," but the witnesses also.
In regard to the particular victim mentioned in
tbo extract to which we have aUuded-the poor
negro-he waB, as wo have learned, tortured again
and again, and will probably never entirely re
cover from the effects. So much for the Inquisi
tion. Now for tho Bastilo.
Tho men mentioned in the extraot and some
others were brought to Charleston and oonfinod
in the jail. Six of them were confined together
in a small room, fed only on mueb, and that once
a day, cursed by the negro jailors, and a? u.ccted
to annoyances of filth of too disgusting a nature
to bo detailed in publio print. This would bo a
horriblo punishment for criminals; but that is not
the point. As in tbo Bastile, tbo confinement ia
terrible enough in itself, but is renderod doubly
so by being inflicted on innocent persons, without
the moana of redress. These six individ?ala, all
respectable citizens of Edgofield, wero kept in
that filthy ceU for ten days or two weeks, and
then, on representations of counsel, were released
on parole within the limits of the city, and finally
discharged, for want of any evidence to substantiate
the charges brought against them.
Tbo terror of this prison is, that any innocent
person may be thrown into it on a mere accusa
tion, just as these six wore; and if thoy are not so
fortunate as to be able to employ counsel or ob
tain the assistance of influential friends, thoy
may remain there until doomsday, or at least un
til the removal of the military, which seems, to
all intents and purposes, as far off.
In calling attention to tboao cases of mal
feasance in office in strong and emphatio lan
guage, we in no manner depart from our con
servative course, and uniform and unwavering
support of the President and his polioy. We are
only doing our duty as journalists to the commu
nity and the whole country by exposing tho crimea
of subordinates, which might otherwise be re
peated to the detriment and disgrace of tho na
tion. We cannot deny that wo aro anxious for the
complete restoration of civil authority, but did
the military confine themselves to tho proteotion
of the weak and the impartial administration of
j us tico, wa should scarcely bo aware of thoir
PROFESSOR F. W. THOMAS.
Our literary publio will be glad to learn that
on Monday night next thoy will have the oppor
tunity of bearing a most entertaining lecturo from
a polished gentleman, good orator and accom
plished soholar. Before the war some of tho
most successful lecturers of the day exorcised
their talents for the benefit of Charleston audi
ences, and wero rowardod by appreciative atten
tion and rapturous applause. Baring the war,
however, and Bince, we have been deprived of any
inteUectual amnooment of this kind, and it is par
ticularly fortunate that, after so long a famine,
we should havo every reason to expeot a feast.
We wero intlmatoly associated with Mr. THOMAS
while ho so ably oooupied the position of editor of
the Carolinian in this city, and can vouch for his
having the most extraordinary powere of enter
taining of any gentleman it hat ever been our
good fortuno to meet. At that time, too, he was
thrown in contaot, on festive occasions, with
many gon tic-nun of this city, upon whom his ora
torical powers made a groat impression. In addi
tion to these advantages, Mr. THOM AS occupies &
position in this city which wo bellovo no other lec
turer, except Dr. IIIVINO, ever held. He is a
Char los tonian, and so was his father beforo bim.
The old Charleston Gazelle, once tho only paper in
the city, was for a long time under the editorial con
trol of his father, and tho same enterprising gon
tleman waa one of the first to conceive the groat
idea of the Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad.
The great featuro of Mr. THOMAS' lecture will
be his original poem on Ireland. We have had
the pleasure of both reading and he aring this
composition, and, though wo boUovo firmly that j
Fenianiem is a great swindle, yet wo will venture
to assort that, whon this poota is dolivored by tho
author, no man can hoar it without a bounding of
the blood, and no maid without the shedding of a
WANTED, A WII1TH WOMAN,TO COOK,
Wash and Iron for a Bmall family. Apply at No.
12 LEGARE STREET._1* Juno 21
WANTKD. A ftllDDL?-AClKD COLUREU
MJ1.9E, to iniud a child and niako herself gene
rally useful. Apply at No. 30 RUTLEDGE AVENUE,
directly opposlto Beo street I Juno 21
1ITANTED, A WIIITK WOMAN TO IVASH
Tv and Iron for a small family. Rofcrenco required.
Apply at No. 3 CHURCH-STREET. 2 June 21
WANTED.A WHITE Si* RVANT, SI \ OLE
preferred, of unoxcoptionablo character, to Cook
and Wash fir a go ntl oin an and Lady. For such a one a
comfortablo nud healthy homo with Rood wages will be
furnlshod. Apply to No. 80 TRADD ST.
June 10 tutlis:i
WANTED, A HKfSI'ON.SiriLE WHITE
WOMAN, to take charge of a child. References
required. Apply at Messrs. HART & 00. "8 Hardware
Btoro, corner King and Markot-stroots. June 20
TO DIIUOOISTS_A GENTLEMAN THU
ROUGHLY acquainted with tho retail drug busi
ness, who can produc? proper roforotcos, can form a
good business connection by addressing K., Charleston
Postoffloe. No capital roqulred._a* June 20
TO COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS_A PRIN
TER, capable of managing the mechanical dopart
mont of a country newspaper, aeslrea a eltuation either
as FOREMAN or JOURNEYMAN in some newspaper
published in an Interior town, either In South Carolina,
Georgia or Florida. Address, stating full particulars,
"PRINTER," Dally News office, Charleston, 8. 0.
Juno 19 6
TO DHESSMAKKHSI-TWO YOUNO
GIRLS want to LEARN A TRADE, ono as Dro?B
mnkor, the other as Milliter. Thoy can board with
parents until eldo to work. Apply at No. 2 ALEXAN
DER 8TREET._3?_June 19
WANTED.-A COLORED GIRI?, I O MIND
a child. Apply at No. 28 REID-S1REET.
Ju io l8
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE.
Wanted, a compotont person to take chargo of the
Laundry Department. Applications must bo left with
tho Steward. Oood references will bo required.
I ?EMPLOYMENT WANTED, SF? VOUNO
li man, a resident of Charleston, In any capacity.
Is a good bookkeeper, sod willing to mako himself uso
ful in any business. Beat of references furnished.
Addroi-s N?RO, Glass Box No. 16, Charleston F. O.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some rrapoctablo family, either
as Oook or as a Wmihcr and Ironer. Bho would be w11
ling, also, to mako herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, or at the Offices of tho Daily Nows
and Courier. Ma; 28
ANTED, Bl A YOUNO MAN, A SITUAI
TION in Bomo Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; bas some knowledgo of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been in that business on his own account. Ho will
study tho interest of bis employer, and is willing to
mako himself generally useful. Salary no object. Best
of reforeocoB furnished. Address "F." through the
Poatoffico, or apply at thia office. June 11
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. R. L. DABNEY. D. D., OF VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIOGRAPHY OP THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only odition authorized by his
widow. The author a personal friend and Chief of
8taff of tho Christian Soldier. Carefully revised and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. We want an Agent in
every oona ty. Send for circulars and see our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING 00.,
No. 214 Soventb-stroet, Richmond, Va.
TO KENT, &c.
TO RENT. THAT DESIRABLE ?TORE,
situated at the northwest corner of King a nd
Calhoun streets. Apply at No. 10 MONTAG UE 8T.
June 21 tbB2*
JOST ARHIVED FROM NORTH CARO
LINA, a fine lot of new MILK COWS, with young
CALVES AND SPRINGERS. For Bale at HUNT'S
YARD, KIng-Btroot, near Line-street, by
June 21 1*_W. OABEEN.
OR SALE AT MILLS' HOUSE STABLES,
a lot of SADDLE and DRAFT HORSES.
Also, 7 wcU broke MOLES.
Juno 21 3
nOP. BALE, A LOT OP PINE YOUNO
D MULES, well broko In ningle or double harnees.
A lot of fine SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSES.
Apply at M ILLS mm.SH STABLE.
Juno 21 8
COW FOR SALE.-A tUlinQ COW,
with a CALF Btx weeks old, is offered for talo.
She Is a good mllkor, very gentle, of a suporlor breed,
and raised in this city. Apply at No. 130 KING
STREET, third door above Hudaon street.
FOR SALE, SEYEN WELL BROKE
MULES, young; one fine saddle and draught
HORSE. Apply at SPRIGGS' STABLES. June 13
OR SALE. ALL THAT LOT OP LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, having donblo piazza, and commo
dious basement, fine elstern and well. The house is
new and In good repair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms and particulars, apply to
11. A. k J. T. EARLY,
Juno 15 Northwest corner Marke? and EaBt Bay.
OR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSE8 AND T?PE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, eto.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>_x27 Inches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
24>ix8CJi IncheB. j .
WASHINGTON HAND PRE8B-Platen, 32J?x28>?
Inches; bed, 22x30 laches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>_x28 Inches; bed, 28.K
x31 X inches.
RUG?LES' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
AddreB8 W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DeL
Or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8_At this Office.
THE 8?BS0RIBER0 HAVE REMOVED FROM N08.
1S8, 140 and 112 Moetlng-Btreet, to the largo and
commodious Storo, No. 137 EAST BAY, opposlto North
Atlantic Wharf, where tholr friends can alwaya find
them; and hope, by strict attention to business, thoy
will merit the continuance of tholr patronage, so libe
rally bestowed upon them as heretofore.
LAUBE? k ALEXANDER.
4ST OUT-DOOR AUCTION SALES ATTENDED TO
AB HERETOFORE._10__June 11
E. Bl. WHITING,
00RONEB AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIB OFFICE TO NO. 84 OHAL
MERS-8TREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-stroet_ May 30
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED TO THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
where he would be glad to meet Ids old friends and cus
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN stlllauporlntonds tho TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT as usual. A. S. HULL, Agont,
May 26_ Draper and Tailor.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho name of COLOOOK.MoOAlLEY k MAL
LOY, is this day dissolved by mutual consent of all
partios. Mr. JOHN OOL0O0K, Ou-imlssion Merchant,
of Charleston, 8. 0?, la appointed our agont to liquldato
all unsettled business. Any person having demanda
against tho firm will please preiont to him; aud all por
sonB indebted to it wUl p'easo make payment to him in
Charleston; to Mr. D. MALLOY, in Ohoraw, 8. 0. ; or to
Mr. T. B. MoOALLEY, in Huntsvllle, Alabama. _
(Signed) 0. J. OOLOO0K.
T. B, MoOALLEY,
May 22 totha P. MALLOY.
T TT1 "B_ 9 S
COPIES OP OBN. R. E. LEE'O FAREWELL AD
DRESS to tho Army of Northern Virginia.
For aalo at
Jane 4 No. 9 BBOAO-sTUEEl*.
STUNEWALIi Killie KNGINK COMPANY.
1 TTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
__. of tho Company, at the Gorman Fire Company's
Hall, This Evtning 21st, at 8 o'clock precisely. Prompt
and punctual attondanco is roqnostod, as business of
lmportanco will bo laid beforo the Company.
By order. JNO. E. DOINEST.
Juno 31 1 Secretary 8. F. E. Co.
UM ION KILWINNING LOOGB, NO. 4,
A. F. M.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION OF
Ulli Lodge will bo held at Masonto Hall, on This
(Thursday. Evening, 21st lnst., at 8 o'clock.
By order of the \Y. M. THOS. A. FULLER,
Juno 21 _i^ Secretary.
DEUTSCHER FKEUNDSCIIAFTS BUND,
AN LX.BA MEETING OF THIS HOOIKTY WILL
bo held Thit (Thursday) Beening, 21st Instant, at 8
M. mbi-rs will please bo punctual.
By order: . GEO. HUNEKEN,
"RODERT EBIMKTT" CIUULK FENIAN
ATTFND A MEETING OF YOUR CIRCLE THIS
EVENING, al Iii o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
By ordor: 8INNOTT,
June 31 1* Secretary.
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY WILL
bo held at the Englnn House, This Evening, at 8
o'clock. Busicess of Importance.
By ordor. J. M. HOLLOWAY,
Juno 31 l* Secretary.
LOST, STOLEN, &c.
LOST. WHILE PLAYING BALL. ON CITA
DEL OREEN, a largo QABNET from a Ring. It
being a relic, any person finding the samo will bo re
warded tho full valuo of the article, by leaving It with
LITrLE & MARSHALL. No. 173 EAST BAY.
Juno 21_ 6
PICKED UP ADRIFT. OUTSIDE O F
Fort Sumter, a RAFT OF TIMBER, whioh tho
owner oan have by proving property and paying ex
penses. Apply at MORELAND'S WHARF.
Juno 19 3*
LEFT BY MISTAKE, A BOX, CONTAIN
ING a Crover & Baker Sewing Machino (without
table), directed on a card to ROBERT CUISOLM, Esq.,
Orangeburg, S. O. ; was loft somewhere by mistake, on
the last of May, by a spring cart driver. Any Informa
tion loading to tho recovery of tho samo will be thauk
iully root lved, at No. 13 COMING STREET.
4t_.)r REWAIID.-STOLEN FROM DUR.
Ml) __??_) CHESTER Plantation, four miles from Sum
mer vlUe, 8. o , on the Ashley River, on tho night of tho
10th inst , a largo BAY iii? - , about 16 hands high, 9
yea? old. The above reward will bo poid for tho deliv
ery of eaid Horse to M. It. THARIN, at Summcrvillo, B.
C, or R. W. WEBB, on tho plontation.
Juno 16 _stati.-*
TOLEW.-ON MONDAY MORNING. ABOUT
one or two o'clock, from a resldenco m Meeting
street, a Gentleman's GOLD WATCH ond CHAIN; mak
er's name, WM. SMITH, Ja., Glasgow, No. 11,852, and a
Pocket Book contal-ing a Gold Pencil and Bixty odd
Dollars. A reword of thirty dollars will bo given if ro
turned, and no questions asked. Apply at this of
..oo. 6 . _June 15
PRIVATE BOARDING-A PLEASANT
ROOM with Dressing Room attached with Board
for a Lady and Gentloman, can be obtalued at No. 21
COMING STREET. A few DAY BOARDERS can also
be accommodated. 3_Juno 20
IHVATE BOARDING, -PERMANENT,
Transient, and Day Boarders oau be handsomely
accommodated at the southeast, corner oi Meeting Hud
Market streets Fino rooms and accommodation for
families, at reasonable rate?. Irno Mav W
DR. T. 8. THOMSON,
FFIOE 8O0IETF-8TREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence comer of Tradd and Orango streets.
Juno 12 tuu.812*?
-ficht jil ?ib er job en I
-licit metutn ?rrcuit'ocn unb _fanntcn biermit jut -*-* =
rtd)t, ba? i$ petite *-0imcrftaa ben 21 ten meine 2Bittt??
fdjaft er?ffnen tetxtt, unb tj.ffe auf einen rcdjt jab-elicit
w JOSEPH MEYER & CO.
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THI8 DAY FROM 1 TO 6
P. M., at White Point Garden Bathing Doune.
June 21 1_ Proprietor.
INFORMS HER FRIEND8 AND *1 HE PUBLIC THAT
she has Just received some olegant PATTERNS for
Stamping ?nd Embroideries, and also does Braiding.
Apply at the MANSION HOUSE, Broad street.
2 DOZEN HAIR.ULOTH SOFAS, AT $25 EACH.
For salo by ARCHIBALD GETTY k CO.,
June 16 stutbS No. 128 Meetlug-atreet.
ABPLENDID BUGGY WAGON. WITH POLE AND
Shaft, suitable for two or four persons; made by
Wood Bro., New 1 ork. For further information, In*
qu?ro at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Meeting and
Market streets._June 14
I WILL ATTEND AT MESSRS. GAILLARD AND ML
NOTT'S OFFICE. Vsnderhorst Wharf, on Thursday,
Jnne 21st, to recelvo Taxes for tho Parishes of St. James'
Sin tee and St. Stephens; after willoh timo my books
will be closed, A. H. DU PRE,
June 14 thmthS* Tax Collector.
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENCH BUBB AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 INOHEA
POTS, OVENS, AND SPIDERS.
For sale at
HAET & CO.'S,
CORNER KING AND MAREET 8T8.
-1--LM0N BILLIARD HILL,
Comer Kim ana MarM-streets,
n_E LARGEST. COOLEST, AND MOST COMFORT
JL ABLE BOOM in the elly, furnished with ELEVEN
TABL _, from tho Manufactory of Messrs. KAYA
NAUGH k DECKER, Now York.
LORING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR UORLBKCK'8 ALLICY,
BE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they aro now "soiling and making np
to order," AT GREATLY REDUCED PRIOEN_tTiolr
well eel octed Stock of fine CLOTHS, OAS3IMBBE8,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED COATINGS, DRAB D'ETES,
. I All ordars promptly eiooutcd. Good fit? and proper
workmanshlp guaranteed. stntb2mos May ID
H. W. SCHRODER,
ATTOBNEY-AT-AW AND MAGISTRATS.
Law Place, lu reav ol Court Eonso.
I __=l___I__-__ISri_) _
PROFESSOR F. W. THOMAS WILL GIVE A LITE
RARY ENTEBTA1MMENT, in Hibernian Hall, on Mon*
day ?.vening next, the 25th hist. Ho will locturo upon
"Oratory, ami LKo lu Washington in tho days of the
Giants," lu tho Lccturo ho will give skotchos of CAT
HOU*. C-A., WEBSTE?, ____?_, ____, Mrs. MAW
SON Mrs. EATON, etc., with original and solcct rcadlnge
In Illustration of the subject.
After the Lccturo, Professor THOMAS will read an or?
glnal POEM In *__ (not yct pUui,8ilutl)> ?pon ..IrolaU(I
und her Wrongs," w_loll ho hope, wUi interest his.
Irish irionds and iollow.oltlz.o.is. Sumo comments will
bomado upon Irish character, fcc., before reading the
Tickets 60 cents, to bo had at tho door, ot tho Book
Blores and Periodical Depots.
Eutortainniout to commence at 8 o'clock.
COOL AND SPARKLING"
No. 259 KING-STREET,
LOVERS OP THIS EXCEEDINGLY COOL AND RE
FRESHING BEVEI-OE still continu?lo Uberally
?___._____ "?""solves with a glass combined
with B__*0_r__- CHOICE 8YRDPS.
With a variety of twenty Syrups, prepared with creak
caro, tho Proprietor thinks he can satisfy tho t_tn of nit
that favor him with a call.
CUT-LIST OP 8Y_TJPS-OCT.
J 7. CATAWBA
CREAM SYRUP prepared fresh daily and tlavoro- with
any of the above Syrups. .
BEDFOltD'8 bYRUPB can also be .-??._ by tho bo?,
EVER'P F- BELFORD,
.io. 251 KIVG-STBEET, OPPOSITE HASEL
-UEO 21 j
JUST RECEIVED A FBESH SDPlY OF Tnvi
above MINERAL WATERS.and for 19 by d??.
or bottle. a
A supply kept on IOE constantly.
E. E. BEDFRD,
Jui-21_6_No. 259 KHgTREET
P0LAE E00T BEB,
No. 259 KING-STR_T,
FOR PLEASANTNESS AND MEDIOINAMAJJ.
TIES this Beverage la not excelled by 0?uj*_"
which hundreds can testify who have fully teu rt*
not only acts as a PUR.FIER OF THE BLO-ut g
an excellent TABLE DRINK, and a good drlL ,,,
Five cents per glass; fifteen couts por <l*_?v
cents per gaUon. '
For sale only at
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
No. 259 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE Hi
WORMS ! WORMS"
BURLEY'. POPULAR WORM Cil
IS A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTED TO C1
ritATT & WILSON BR08.,
No. 238 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0\
June 10 tuth?-mo
FOB CHILLS AND FEVER!
USE _______ BEST.
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
TVTEVER FAILS -ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED
_N upon-nothing more reliable than HURLEY'S
Will euro Ague snd Fovor, Chills and Fever, Intermit?
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every porson who has tried
Hurley's Tonic speaks in high torcos of it. As a curative
agent it is unsurpassed, and moro certain than quinine.
No bad roaults from using Hurley's Tonlo. Everybody
should use Hurley's Agne Tonic .>
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 238 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
June 19_ ti. the-mo
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
NOB. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH *.
HEID3IEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases and In casks
CLARET WINES, in oases, pints and hslf pinta
CORDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Sup ), in cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GINS, In cases and In casks
RUM, in cases
WHISKIES, in cases and in casks
ALE, in cases, quarts ami pints
LAGER BEER, in quarter barrels, alao in plots, paoked;
eight dozen to tho barrel. 3UIOH June 12
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING MB
CUANICAL WORKS, to wit: Hopairs Weighing
Scales, Letter Preasos, Printing Presses; mokes and re
pairs Hoisting Machines for Stores; makes aU kinds of
wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
agoneral run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work In gonoral. AROH'D McLEISH,
NL>_ tiith^linr?* N?. 1 <*umh?rlanii street.
SPRING ??MER GOODS.
THR 8UB80RIBEB, HAVING ??TJ8T RETURNED
from tbe North, takes this method of Informing
the pnblio that he Is receiving ? lull assortment of
OLOTH8, OAS88IMERES, COATINGS AND V__3rITNGS
of the best foreign and domestio manufacture, adapteA
to Spring and Bummer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
rerj low figures, persons wishing anything In my lina
will find It to their advantage to glve^ne a call, at I have
the most experienced workmon, and am prepared to
make thom up In the very best style at Edgerton A
Rlohards' old stand, No. 32 Broad-street.
March 80 J. 8. PHILLIPS.