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CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN A MORTON,
No, 18 HAYNE-STREET.
DAILY-TW LL VB MONTHS.
XO NEWS DEALERS.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
mr THE LIST OF1 LETTERS r?
mailling in tho FostofHoe at tho ?nd
of oaoh wool? is published ofRoialiy
in TH PD DAILY NBW8 every Fri?
Three thousand English Mormons aro now rn route
There is a very large emigration to Colorado this soa
In Indiana the Radicals have been defeated in most of
the Republican Conventions.
General LB? is said to bo familiar with the relativo
standing in his class of evory student now in Loxing
ton.i.j?v ' '
A vine leaf of pink silk, with glass dewdrops pen?
dant from it, is the latest stylo of bonnets out in Paris.
The New York Herald asserts that th 9 Government
has lately lost from twenty to thirty millions of dollars
to keep down the price of gold, but the effect was dis?
astrous. Sp?culation is rampant.
Brevet Major-General JOHN 0. ROBINSON has been or?
dered to relieve Gen. T. H. RUQEB as Military Oom -
mander of North Carolina.
Three ministers. Kev. S. W. CAPE, Father O'NEIL and
B. H. SPENOEB, were arrested, a few days ago, at High
Hill, Montgomery County, Missouri, forproaohing with?
out having taken the oath. Their owes were continued
until the October Term of the Cirouit Court.
The University of North Carolina has conferred the
degree ot Doctor of Laws on President JOHNSON.
Bather hard on the President, after Governor WM. G.
BBOWNLOW is entitled to the same liberal affix.
The New York Times closes au article on the pol?tica 1
situation, saying that as matters now staud, "there is
bnt one alternative-either such a modification of ex?
isting parties as shall meet the new emergencies of tho
hour, or a sweeping triumph of the Democratic party
in 1868." '
It is believed the Tennessee members will soon be ad?
mitted to Congross. RepubUoan Congressmen have
written to Governor BBOWNLOW, asking him to con vone
the State Legislature to ratify the reconstruction amend .
One of the noticeable incidents at the decoration of
the graves of Confederate soldiers at Holywjod Oem e
tary, Richmond, Virginia, on the 31st, was that many
negroes brought flowers and laid them affection ately
upon the graves of their former misters who fell in
on Saturday evening, at Washington. Ho respoudod to
the compliment in a few general remarks, in whiob ho
strongly condemned the very strict adherence to the
existing neutrality laws.
A violent hail storm swept over Sampson County,
North Carolina; on Saturday, 10th inst., causing m uch
damage to the crops in some sections of the county. A
gentleman from Clinton says that many of the hail
stones which teU in that town were nearly as largo as
A quaint letter from Dr. GUILLOTIN has been discov?
ered. It reads thus: "Mon cher-The punishment
which I have invented is so gontlo-so gontlo that really
it is only the idea of death which could make it disa?
greeable. Indeed, If one were not thinking of death,
one would only experience the sensation of a slight and
pleasant coolness on the neck, et voila tout I"
The editor of the Salisbury, N. C. Banner, after a
visit into the surrounding country, speaks in gratlfyin g
terms of the promising character of the crops. Mos t of
the farmers are cutting their wheat, which is much I
better than hid been expected. The oat crop is de
sorlbedas excellent; oom of good size, and growing
rapidly, and cotton and tobacco looking well.
The Raleigh, N. C., Progress says: "We are happy to
inform our readers that the Military Commission
which hes been sitting for some time on the case of
Major JOHN H. GEE, have unanimously aoqultted him
of cruelty to Federal prisoners, while in charge of the
Confederate States prison at Salisbury. We are also re?
liably informed that General RUOEB will approve the
findings of the Commission. Wo hope the Major will
be speedily released and allowed to retura to his home
Baltimore has had several oases of negro civil rights
in her courts lately. We see by the following that An?
napolis is now threatened with quite a serious one: "On
Tuesday afternoon last a colored woman entered the
ladies' oar of the Annapolis and Elkrldge Railroad :.t tho
depot in that city for tho purpose of rid lng theroin to
the Junction, She was requested to leave, aud ont or the
car set apart for colored portions; she refused,.and was
forcibly ejected. She was very muon insulted, and among
other things, wc understand, said that 'tho people of
Annapolis had not yot heard of tho Civil Rights Bill, but
that they would shortly. ' "
The Griffin .Star says: "We notice one of the nicest
young men in town, busily engaged from early dawn till
'even shade,' driving a dray and electioneering for
work. If this boy will stick, ho will make a man of
himself. If we were a young lady, we would rather by
far take the chances of life in company with this young
drayman, tban with one of the numerous exquisite
youths who parade the streets in fl oo clothes fu rnish ed
by impoverished and too indulgent fathers, Becking
situations as clerks in storeB, where thoy can dawdle
over counters,and peddle tape and ribbon s."
A posse of men attempted to bring into Memphis, on
Friday last, two men named 8. H. BOYETT and FBANK
WINGATE, arrested for the murder of a man named
PAYN'E, on Tuesday night, they having been informed
upon by E. N. BANK, au accomplice. On nea ring the
city they were met by a Mr. HENDEBS ON, a relativo of
PAYNE, who shot all throe, killing BANK an d mortally
wounding BOYETT. The loader of? tho posso ordered
HENDEKSON to desist, and on refusing tho latter was
shot and killed. The man who klllod HENOEBSON was
his own unole.
The Baleigh oorrospondent of tho Examiner thus
speaks of tho Convention, June 17: The State Conven?
tion, now holding au adjourned sosston, which was
called togother by Mr. HOLDEN, as Military Governor,
contains a few uneasy spirits who require the folds of
the "Star Spangled" to wrap them insecurity, but the
majority of even that carefully 'selected body appear to
regard tho tinkering process of the Constitution-mend?
ers in Washington with perfect equanimity, and pos?
sess their souls in patience, careless what they do.
They aro industrious in shaping their own internal af?
fairs, and seem to be willing to let reconstruction alone
to tho all-curing effects of time and delay.
HST AU communications intended for inibUoatim tn
this journal must be addressed to i'Jie Editor of
the Baily News, No. 18 Eayne-street, Charleston,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city mus? be accompa?
nied with the cash.
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 18C6.
JEFFERSON DA VIS.
The people of tho United States at large, we be?
lieve, are beginning to sympathize with M r.
DAVIS on acoount of his ill-treatment. The cry
of revenge is now only heard from a few blind and
sanguinary bigots. Mr. DAVIS ?9 clearly entitled
to justice; it is all he asks for. He is either guilty
or not guilty. But it is contrary to the funda?
mental maxima of law to consider any one guilty
until he is so proven. Mr. DAVIS deaires to bo
tried; but his trial has been postponed from time
to time, until now it is the opinion of very m any,
that the party in power have no intention of allow?
ing it over to take place.
Application was made by Mr. DAVIS' counsel for
his release upon bail or parole. Both Judge UN?
DERWOOD and the Attorney-General gave it as
thoir opinion that the offence Mr. DAVIS stand s
charged with is bailable, but that ho is still a
prisoner of war, and therefore not in the custody
? of the United States Civil Courts. A writ of habeas
I corpus was spoken of, by moana of which, it was
i thought, the case of Mr. DAVIS could eaaily be
transferred from military to civil jurisdiction.
The signs for his Bpeedy liberation from prison
wore all favorable, when tho Radio3ls, alarmed
lest thoir viotim should suddenly elude their
grasp, put one of their number forward to clog
t he wheels of justice.
A r?solu'ion was offered by Mr. BOUTWELL in
tho House, and by dint of party tactics passed by
a large majority. In his preamble he revamps
the stale charge of complicity in tho assassination,
which, of course, neithor he nor any ono else now
believes; and thon resolves that "in the opinion of
thia House, the said JEFF. DAVIS should be hel d
in custody as a prisoner, and subjected to trial,
according to tho laws of tho land." Now, by what
process of rattocination could Mr. B. or any otho r
member bring this question legitimately before the
House ? What had Congress to do with the fact,
whether or not a prisoner is ontitled to bail. This
is a matter decided by every oourt for itself. It
is only another instance of the intermeddling ten?
dencies of Messrs. THADDEUS & Co.
Tho time of deliverance is not yet, but certainly
cannot be far distant. The sentiment of the re?
spectable portion of the press and people of the
North has undergone a groat change in this re?
spect during the last few months. HORACE G KEE?
LBY and GERRIT SMITH, heretofore oonsidered tho
very types of Radicalism, are now in favor of re?
leasing Mr. DAVIS, and can see no propriety in
trying him for treason. In fact these gentlemen,
apparently having s?mo regard for the honor of
their party, are now desirous of disembarrassing
it of this olephant. Mr. GREELEY has gone so far
even as to offer to bo one of the sureties, in case
bail is granted to Mr. DAVIS. Quite laudablo on
the part of Mr. GREELEY; and he has our respeot
for his honorable course.
But we hope if Mr. BAVIB' release shall be con?
tingent upon securities, that tho Southern States
will antes-into- eh??'*??" w* ? wi ??????. ? m . .?**?*? .> *,
alter nvo yeara of war, marked by doatruction
and spoliation on the moat gigantic acale, we m ay
not bo as "good" as wo wore anterior to that
period; but what is lef? is at Mr. DAVIS' sor vice.
lu this we feel assured we express the sentiment
of tho entire South. Mr. DAVIS, when President
of the Confederacy, had many opponents and ene?
mies among its citizens, both porsonal and politi?
cal. But the cruol treatment he has undergone,
and tho sufferings ho has endured, have wiped
out all such old scores. The voice of resentment
haa long since been hushed, a feeling of sympa?
thy for the illustrious prisoner has taken its place,
ooupled with indignation at tho barbarous conduct
of hi8 persecutors.
As the House of. Representatives at Washington
has constituted itself the highest tribunal of the
nation, it may chooao not to recognize tho South?
ern States aa entities, and therefore deny their
competency to aign a bond, guaranteeing the ap?
pearance of Mr. DAVI8, at such Mme ana place aa
I the oourt may see proper to appoiut for his trial.
! If so, wo have no doubt a sufficient number of
pardoned private citizens will bo found in the
afcre-named States who will volunteer to make
the nocoaaary pledge for Mr. DAYIS' honor.
It seems to us that either to roleaso Mr. DAVIS
on bail, or parolo him, ia altogether the best
course the Government can adopt in his case. It
ia clear, from what bas passed, that the legal ad?
visers of the Administration, and tho wiaost mon
of the dominant party, are altogether averso to his
trial; and it is most probable, thorefore, that the
case will nover be tried. Is it right then to hold
tho prisoner any longer in durance ? To punish
him without cause ? It is soarcely consistent with
tho age we live in, and the organic principles of
the United States Government, to inflict iron fet?
ters, a long-continued close confinement, and
rigorous surveillance upon an old and enfeebled
prisoner, simply to gratify tho vindictive hatred
of a fanatical rabble. By the action of the au?
thorities, Mr. DAVIS (inferentially) is declared
"not guilty," and punished only to sate th o in?
furiate passions of a blood-thirsty pack. He is
made the scapegoat of a party.
But even these intemperate passions are Bub
siding. Reason and oool reflection are gradually
resuming their sway, and this problem, so diffi?
cult and disagreeable to tho government, must bo
solved. It will not do much longer to puuish un?
heard and unconvicted; to repeat the days of
BARON THENCE and tho IRON MASK. The publica?
tion of Dr. CRAVEN'S work on tho Priaon Lifo of
Mr. DAVI3 will exercise a potent influence in
bringing about thia chango of sentimont. The
book is written with great candor and fearless?
ness; of tho most thrilling interest from begin?
ning to end, It will rival SILVIO^ PELLI co's "Mes
Prisons," and O'MEARA'S "Voice from St. H elena."
Tho indignation it will call forth upon Mr. DAVIS'
jailors and torturers, will exceed oven that heaped
upon Sir HUDSON LOWE and bia wild coadjutor*
Tho whole country will at once demand the re?
lease of Mr. DAVIS, as tho first and only repara?
tion that can bo made to lum for all tho long suf?
ferings and privations ho has been made to un?
True, we already soo in FORNEY'S Chronicle and
othor sheets of that ilk, detracting notices of the
book and its author; essaying, if possible, to de?
stroy Ina influence. But this is a vain effort. It
is simply impossible. Dr. CRAVEN'S narrative is
simple to a fault, and bears the impress of truth.
No insinuation of Mossrs. FORNEY & Co. can
reach it. The stale, oft-repeated, but perfectly
baseless assertion ie caught at for a support, that
Mr. DAVIS was guilty of all kinds of savage cruelty
in the exercise of his high office during the four
yearB of tho Confederacy. General charges of
thie charaotor are the only weapons these habit?
ual libellers resort to. If called upon to substan?
tiate them, you shall hear them say, "Anderson
ville," "Salisbury," "Belle Isle," &c; although it
has been proven again and again, that Mr. DAVIS
waB not personally concerned in tho conduct of
any of those establishments, nor cognizant of tho
abuses alleged. Would it not be deemed a hard
case to condemn President JOHNSON to tho peni?
tentiary because some of his subordinates in the
lino, or in the Quartermaster's Department, or
agents of the Treasury Department, have been
guilty of malfeasance in offico ? say havo stolen
cotton, appropriated horses or mules without
consent, sometimes without knowledge of owner.
Of course we do not mean to assert that such
things havo ever been committed by the afore
; named officials. We are only "putting a caBe,"
by way of analogy. For what you do through an
agent, is the same as if done by yourself.
~ WANTS. > I
WANTED, 100,(100 BKST*?tUALITYOIiD
BRICK. Apply at No. 33 SOCIETY-STREET.
' June 22_fm2_
;f r ANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO WASH
W and Iron for a email family. Reference require d.
Apply at No. 8 OHDROH-STREET. 2 June 21
ANTED, A RESPONSIBLE WHITE
WOMAN, to take charge of oxhild. References
required. Apply at Messrs. HAR'r&OO.'S Hardware
Store, corner King and Market-streets._June 20
TO CO?NTRV NEWSPAPERS.-A PRIN?
TER, capable of managing the mechanical depart?
ment of a country newspoper, desires a situation 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," Daily News office, Charleston, S. C.
June 19 _ 6
ANTED,-A COLORED GI UL., lOHllND
a child. Apply at No. 28 REID-8'i'REET.
Ju ie 18
MARLESTON O R P H AN HOUSE.
Wanted, a competent person to take charge of the
Laundry Department. Applications must be left with
the Stoward. Good references will be required.
MPLOYAIENT WANTED, BY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, in any capacity.
Is a good bookkeeper, and willing to make himself use?
ful in any business. Best of references furnished.
Addross NERO, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
June 4 _
ANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
SITUATION in some respectable family, either
as Cook or aa a Washer and Ironor. She would be wil?
ling, also, to maka herself generally useful. Apply at
No. 183 EAST BAY, or at the Offices of the Dally News
and Courier. _May 28
ANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
TION in some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of tho Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav?
ing been in that business on his own account. He will
study tho interest of his employer, and is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofflce, or apply at this office,_June ll
FOR THE LIFE AND OAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. B, L. DABNEY, ?. D., OB' VIRGINIA.
THE STANDARD BIOGRAPHY OF THE IMMOR?
TAL HERO. The only edition authorized b y his
I widow. The author a personal friend ^and Chief of
Staff of tho Christian 8oldler. Carefully revlsod and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. We wont an Agent in
every county. Send for clroulars and see our terms.
AddresB NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 214 Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
May 28 ? Imo?
TO BENT, &o.
TO RENT, A SMALL BUILDING IN IN.
SPEOTION, nour Wharf street, containing two
rooms, and wo? adapted for a shop.
-*vt?y-tn EAST POINT MILL.
June 20 mwf3*
FOR ?ALE AT MILLS1 HOUSE STABLES,
a lot of SADDLE and DRAFT HORSES.
Also, 7 well broke MULES.
June 21 _3
FOR SALE, A LOT OF FINE YOUNG
MULES, well broke in single or double harness.
A lot of fine SADDLE AND DRAFT HORSES.
Apply at M ILLS HOUSE STABLE.
OW FOR SALiE.-^A \OU.\G COW,
with a OALF six weoks old, is offered for salo.
She is a good milker, very gentle, of a superior breod,
and raisod in this city. Apply at No. 430 KING
STREET, third door above Hudson street.
June 20 3
FOR SALK, SEVEN WELL ?ROKE
MULES, young; ono Ano saddle and draught
HORSE. Apply at SPRIGGS' STABLES. June 13
OR SALK, ALL THAT LOT OF LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, having double piazza and com mo
dious basement, Ano cistern and well. Tho houso is
new and in good ropair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For torin s and particulars, apply to
B. A. & J. T. EARLY,
Juno 15 Northwest corner Marke; and East Bay.
OR SALK.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRE88E3 AND TYPE in good order.
FontB of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platon, 22>ix27 inches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x33 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22&x28#
inches; bed, 22x30 inches.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22%x28 inohes; bed, 20>?
RUGOLES' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 OHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Moet
ing-stroet._\ May 30
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED TO THE
SOUTHWEST OORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
whore he would bo glad to meet his old friends and cus?
Mr. JOHN T. FLYNN still superintends the TAILOR?
ING DEPARTMENT as usual. A. S. HULL, Agent,
May 26 Draper and 'jailor.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho firm of J. F. WALKER & CO., 1B this
day dissolved by mutual consent,
J. F. WALKER.
Juno 15_ f3_ O. D. PRENTISS.
_LOST, STOLEN, &c.
LEFT BY MISTAKE, A BOX, CONTAIN?
ING a Grover & Baker Sowing Machine (without
table), diroctod on a card to ROBERT OHISOLM, Esq.,
Orangeburg, 8. C.; was loft somewhere by mistake, on
tho last of May, by a spring cart drivor. Any Informa?
tion leading to tho recovery of tho samo will ho thank
iully received, at No. 13 COMING STREET.
Juno 19_ 5*
PRIVATE BOAR DIN G^?~P L K A~S~AN~T
ROOM with DrosBing Room attached with Board
for a Lady and Gentleman, can ho obtained at No. 24
COMING STREET. A few DAY BOARDERS can also
bo accommodated. 3 June 2U
?piUVATE" BOARDING. - PM RAI AN K?T,
A Transient, and Day Boarders can ho handsomely
accommodated ut the southeast corner o? .Heating and
Market streets Fiuo rooms and accommodation for
families, atrewmabjn rn'm._imo Mav 2K
ESTRAY NO ''ICE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-BERKLEY DISTRICT.
rpOLLED BEFORE ME, BY WM. HENRY HINKLER,
1 of Eutaw, a Bay Maro and Colt. Said Maro is of a
bay color; about thirloen haLds high ; -six years old, and
branded in four places with lettors J F T or J D T, and
appraisod at eighty dollars. Tho Colt is also a bay ; about
fifteen mouths old; branded in two places like the Maro,
aud appraised at thirty-five dollars.
THOMAS W. PORCHER, Notary Public
Eutawvllle, May 28th, 1800. f3 June 15
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY CHAR?
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
This Evening, in Masonic Hall, at 8 o'olook.
J. L. HONOUR, Secretary and Treasurer,
WASHINGTON ARTILLERY FRIENDLY
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS SO?
CIETY will beheld This Evening, the 22d Inst., at
8 o'clock, at the Hope Ena ine Hail.
DAVID S, CUTTINO,
June 22 1 Secretary.
NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THIS
Society will take place This Evening, at the Milla
House, at 8 o'clock precisely.
By order of tho President._I June 22
S. C. COMMAND BR Y No. 1.
AREGULiR COMMUNICATION OF S. 0. OOM
MANDERY No. 1 will be held, at Masonic Hau,
This Evening, at 8 o'clock. Members and Candidates
1 will bo punctual.
By order Grand Commander.
June 22 1 0. B. BEECHER, Secretary.
MARION LODGE No. 3, I. O. O. F.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING WILL BE
htld This Evening. It ls the second night of nomi?
nation and the first reading of the arrear list; members
I m arrears will govern themselves accordingly.
By order N. G. 0. F. D. PETIT,
June 22 1* Secretary.
WASHINGTON FIRE COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company at the Hall, This Evening, at 8
o'clock precisely. A punctual attendance is requested,
as business of importance will be submitted.
A. W. STEVENS,
June 21 1 Secretary W. F, Co.
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY FROM 2 TO 6
P. M., at White Point Garden Bathing House.
ASPLENDID BUGGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
Shaft, suitable for two or four persons; made by
! Wood Bro,, New York. For further information, in?
quire at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Meeting and
Market streets. June 14
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
I FRENCH BURR AND COLOGNE, 18 To 40 INC'iES.
POTS, OVENS, AND SPIDERS.
For sale at
HAUT &> CO.'S,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STS.
! CHARLESTON BILLIARD HILL,
Corner King and MarM-streets,
rriHE LARGEST, COOLEST, AND MOST COMFORT
X ABLE ROOM in the city, furnished with ELEVEN
TABLES, from the Manufactory of Messrs. KAYA
NAUGH & DECKER, Now York.
? LOBING & TUBNEB, Propri'rs.
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G" W1IILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING AND No. ll HAYNE-STREET.
June IS fmw2mof)
CUE LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND IVOBY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, COES, &0.
WILLUM G. WiliLDEN & CO.,
Juno 15 fmw2mog No. 255 KING-STREET.
T>LATED AND SILVER SPOONS
FORKS, CASTORS, TEA TRAY8
DISH COVERS, TABLE MATS
TABLE CUTLERY and
For sale by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM <*. WHILDEN & ?0,,
June 15 fmw2mos No. 255 KING-STREET.
PEREOSOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SUIT ANY
WILLIAM G, WUILDEN & ?0.,
June 15 fmw2mos No. 255 KING-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM C. WUILDEN & CO.,
No. 255 KING-STREET,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHA8ED.
COPIES OF GEN. R. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD?
DRESS to tho Army of Northern Virginia.
For sale at
June i _No. 9 BROAD-STttEET.
HANAHAN & WARLEY,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.Boyce?& CO.'SJ Wharf J
H. D. HANAHAN.FELIX WASLEY.
HAVING ESTABLISHED A BRANCH OF OUR
HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, would respectfully
solicit the patronagn of our friends.
We continuo our house in Columbia, where our Mr.
HANAHAN will attend to any businosB for our Charles?
ton friends. Imo Ju ne 9
(mcyff A O A Y I-AGENTS WANTED TC
WP ???O sen a new and wonderful SEWING MAOHTNi
I the "ni], cheap one licensed, Address SHAW & CLARE
Uldiaiord >uatn September IS
PROFESSOR F. W. THOMA8 WILL GIVE A LITE"
RARY ENTERTAINMENT, in Hibernian Hall, on Mon?
day Evening next, the 25th inst. He will lecture npon.
"Oratory, and Life in Washington in the days of tho
Giants." In the Lecture he will give skotohes of CAL?
HOUN, CLAY, WEBSTEB, PRESTON, LEOATIE, Mrs. MADI?
SON, Mrs, EATON, etc., with original and select readings
'.? in illustration of the subject.
After tho Lecture, Professor THOMAS will read an ori?
ginal POEM in M88. (not yet published), upon "Ireland
and her Wrongs," whioh he hopes will interest his
Irish friends and fellow-citizens. Some comments willv
be made upon Irish character, &c, before reading the .
Tickets 50 cents, to be had at the door, at the Book '.
stores and Periodical Depots,
En ter tai nra out to commence at 8 o'clock. "
COOL AND SPARKLING
No. 259 KING-STREET,
LOVERS OF THIS EXCEEDINGLY COOL AND RE?
FRESHING BEVERAGE still continue to HberaUy
patronize and refresh themselves with a glass combined
With BEDFOBD'S CHOICE SYRUPS.
With a variety of twenty Syrups, prepared with great
care, the Proprietor feels confident that ho can satisfy
the taste of all that favor him with a call,
CUT-LIST OF SYRUPS-OUT.
1. LEMON ll. STRAWBERRY.
2. ORANGE 12. PINEAPPLE
3. SHERBERT 13. ROSE
4. SARSAPARILLA li. MAPLE
5. RAB ('BERRY 15. CHOCOLATE
0. GINGER 10. HOOK
7. CAPSIOUM 17. CATAWBA
8. VANILLA 18. BLACKBERRY
9. NECTAR 19. COFFEE
10. ORGEAT 20. SASSAFRAS.
CREAM SYRUP prepared fresh daily and flavored with-'
any of tho above Syrups.
BEDFORD'S SYRUPS can also bo obtained by the bot- -
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
No. 255 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL.
June 21 5
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE
above MINERAL WATERS,anti for sale by cl >/,en
A supply kept on ICE constantly.
E? E. BEDFORD,
June 21 5_No. 259 KING STREET.
nnniMDiw M? EDD mn
POLAR BOOT BEER,
No. 359 KING-STREET,
FOR PLEASANTNESS AND MEDICINAL QUALI?
TIES tili? Bovorago ia nut uueiieU by any other,
which hundrods can testify who have fully tested it. It
not only acts as a PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD, but is
an excellent TABLE DRINK, and a good drink for in?
Five cents per glass; fifteen cents per quart; fifty
cents per gallon.
For Balo only at
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
No. 259 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL.
June 21 10
25 Cents Per Yard.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE COLORED ORENA- '
DINES THI8 DAY OPENED, and selling a t
? TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, at
R E A. D'S,
No, 263 King-street, S. 0.
June 20 wfm
Muslins, Lace Spencers,
Black Crape Collars,
Lace Points, &c, THIS DAY
No. 263 King-street, S. C.
Juno 20_ Wfm
JOHN KIM & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOBITE KERR'S WHARP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH i
HEIDSIEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in caaes and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases and in casks
CLARET WINES, in caaoB, pints and half pints
CORDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Self;, in cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GINS, in cases and in casks
RUM, in cases
WHISKIES, in cases aud in casks
ALE, in cases, quarts and pints
LAGER BEER, in quarter barrels, also in pints, packed,
eiirht dozen to the barrel. 3moH Jane 12
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
tho public that he is recoiving a full assortment of
CLOTHS, CAS38IMERES, COATINGS AND VESTINGS
of the best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low flgureB, persons wishing anything in my line
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them up in the very best Btyle at Edgerton &
Richards* old stand, No. 32 Broad-street.