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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STKEET.
BINGLE COPIES...5 cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
MTTHK I-IST OIT LETTER8 re
maining in the Postoifloe at tl_e end
of eaolx week la p_tDli?_ne?.<l offloinlly
In TI3___ _3__J_L.Y NEWS every IPxi
Gou. GUSTAVOS W. 8MITH is engaged in superin
tending a rolling mill at Chattanooga.
Professor BLOT commoncea a aories of lecturoB
on cookery at Worcester, Masa., on Monday next.
A biography of Jons LEECII, solong the load
ing illustrator o? Punch, ia to bo written by Dr.
Jons BROWN, of Edinburgh, author of "B ob aud
WILKIE COLLINS having completed his romance
of "Armadalo" in tho June numbor of the "Corn
hill," it is announcod that Miss THAOKERY will be
gin a now story in the July number.
Lord NORBURY having boen nskotl to contributo
a shilling to holp bury an attorney who had died
poor, oxclaimed, "Only a shilling to bury an at
torney! Here's a guinea; go and bury twenty of
A few days since a negro in King William coun
ty, Virginia, killed a monster blacksnake oigbt
feet long, and containing in its stomach a youn g
rabbit, five partridge oggs, two frogs, two hen
egga, a lizzard, and a small chicken.
A case of murder, too horrid for recital, ooou r
rod near Medina, New York, on the 18th inat. A
clergyman, named LINOSLEV, whipped his son, a
child three years old, so savagely, that it died'
under the infliction. In tho statement before the
Coroner's jury the father confoasoa to have con
tinued the chastisement for moro than two houi a.
The Macon IWegraph aays : " Goa. B. F. Bo-T
_XR, in hie recent spoeoh in Boston, claimed th at
. aa conquerors wo (Northern people) have ac
quired the title by conquest to all the people of
the Southern States have of life, liberty, land,
rights, constitutional or otherwise.' If the share
of tho Boast should be proportioned to his part of
the fighting and conquesta, tho addition to his
fortuno would not buy him a dinner."
t A person who had recently visited the Shenan
doah Valley Bays it is wonderful to seo the pro
fusion of cattle and poultry in this "denuded"
valloy, after the devastation it was said to have
place_,d1io Except tho abaenoe of fences in some
?barn, no ono wooi^aunn fortifloaUoQ or a burnt
tbo -r-tt-4. ?_- _. v^p-J3%wi,*'-rop^iviu'i_pvUCB
all the destruction that has boon ruado, excop t
loss of life.
The sugar lands which lie along the banks of
the navigable Btroams in Louisiana, are now chief
ly devoted to cotton. During tho war a good deal
pt the neceaeary machinery was destroyed, and
muoh of the plant cane was lost. The planters
have not had the necessary means to renew their
material, and consequently sugar ceases for the
time being to be a staple product of Louisiana,
notwithstanding the fact that she was once the
third sugar exporting oountry in the world.
They are going to have a new Metropolitan
Methodist Epiacopal "Temple" at Washington, to
cost 1120,000. It is to be purely Gothio in style,
entirely built of atone, 112 feet'by 82. Tho steeple
willbeontho corner of Four-and-a-half and O
Btroet, 150 feet in height. The first floor will be
occupied on tho east side with an infant's depart
ment, 80 by 80 feet, "beautifully arranged."
Query-Would not plain old JOHN WESLEY be
somewhat surprised were he accidentally to lose
hiB way into this "Templo?"
A novel Insurance oase has been decided in Mis
souri. The question arose upon the following
faots proved: A building is insured against loss by
fire. It falls down, being heavily overloaded with
merchandise; the fall oocaaions a fire, which de
stroys the fallen matorial. Query-ia tho insur
ance company liable? Tho Court deoided that the
building insured having fallen, ceased to exist
as such, and that it ceaaed to exist by reason of a
peril not insured against, and henoo that the com
pany wau not liable.
There wa-s a case a short time ago before Judge
H. W. THOM?VJ9, of tho Sovonth Judicial Circuit of
Virginia, a State Court, in which ho refased to
admit the testimony of colored persons, on the
ground that he must be govorned by the lawe of
the State of Virginia, which excluded such te s ti
mony in oases between whites. It now appears
that Judge THOMAS was indicted for this offence
by UNDEBWOOD'S Grand Jury at Bichmond, at the
timo that Court was in session. No steps have
yet been tafcen to arrest Judge THOMAS to answer
? The Wylheville, Va., Dispalch has the follow
ing: "We are oalled upon toohroaiole an awful
casualty which occurred at our depot on Sunday
evoning, aa the care wore about starting aast.
Mr. JAMES BYIIN, an omployee on tho Virginia
and Tennessee Bailroad, whilo intoxicated, g ot on
the train, with some of his friends, but he got off
again for somo frivolous purpoao: his friends in
the meantime persuading him to get on again, he
did so, but fell off, after tho traiu had started and
gone but a short distance, passing over him, cut
ting off both loge and ono of his arma. Ho was
picked np, and lived but five minutes. In his
pockets were found two bottlos of liquor."
Tho Bichmond froedmen do not appear to havo
sottlcd down yet to the quiot status of peaceable
citizenship. The papera aro full of rows and
fights. Wo extract one at random from the Dis
patch at Monday:; "On Saturday night two negroes
living In the vicinity of Ohimborazo got into a
fight. For a ?mo they need nothing but the wea
pons whioh nature had given thom; but at last
they seized rooks, -andbeat each Qtb?? vigorously.
One of th^m dealt the otho'r ? tiWe'nd?fue blow
upon thread? fraoturing me e^lfy? two places.
At a.la to bo or on yoatoriiayevoniafl-.tbo fractured
negro was in a very critiqal condition, and It is
lot expected that ho will recover. Tho negro who
inflicted tho blow has not been arrested."
mr AU communications intended for publication t%
this journal must be addressed to the Ikiilor of
the Haily News, No. l8 HAyne-street, Charletton,
S. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
/Daily News. ) ' >. A ...
We cannot undertake to return rejected communlca
Advertisements outside of. the city must be acoompa
nied with the cash._
QH ARL BiS TON.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 186C.
THE BUHE AU OF EDUCATION..
It would soom a modest and a roason
ablo request for a poaooable individual or
community to ask to bo lot alone, and to be
allowed to manago their affaira according to
their own beat judgment. But slight aa is
thia poBtulato, it appears it cannot bo con
codod. Not only aro tho four millions of
freodraen "tho mtion's wards," but tho re
mainder of tho population of tho South are
also to bo regarded in tho minority. Wo
havo self-appointed guardians, who kindly
take charge of our affairs. Thoy make lawB
for us, and furnish ua with a Btrong military
poaco establishment, to see tho laws duly ex
ecuted. Thia is matter of courBO. But we
are still further provided for. Our guardians
conaidor UB non compos, and they considoratoly
arrange whom we Bhall marry; what Bociety
wo aro to frequont; who ia to till our lands;
who is to toaoh our children, and who to
woigh out our toa and sugar. How can wo
ever discharge tho heavy debt of gratitu -
.we go on accumulating every day we live?
The load will soon become crushing.
Ever sinco our Nor thorn frionds havo
gained a foothold in the South, they havo been
busily engaged "educating" any and ovory
thing that carno aoroes their path. Wh olo
Bwarms of educators have been imported for
the express purpose,-irom all the rogionB
North and East. Mr. ICHADOD CRANE, with a
whole galaxy of thoroughly trained asBist
ants, came,-with fear and trembling, it ia
true,-but determined, nevertheless, to plant
the seeds of New England civilization on tbia
barren Southern soil. They carno, they saw,
and they filled their schoolrooms with anxioua
freedmen. This was all very well, and wo
woro glad to soo it.
But they were eingularly diaappointod in
not being received with tho samo open arma
by the white population. Thia, of course,
thoy could attribute to nothing but perverse
noss and prejudice. They roasouod thus:
"Those people at the South are very igno
rant,-can neither read nor write;-and have
never oven so much as heard of tho great
gOBpol of this nineteenth oentury. And here
are we, the aooredited preaohers and touchers
of the same. Yet, will they not oomo to hear
us, or ait at our foot to receive instruction."
we do not know our own needs, that we need
foroign schoolmasters,-"strangers to take us
in. Aooordingly the Radicals, who.are the
great wire-pullers of this entire machine,
have just manoeuvred an Aot through Con
gress, establishing a Bureau of Education,
by means of whioh they will obtain the right
to intermeddle, to their hearts' content, with
the private affairs of every family in the
land. True, this law will affect the Northern
as woll as the Southern States. But it is well
known that it was framed apeoially with a
dow to enlighten our barbarlo reg?onB. A
secondary object, perhaps, may have boon to
leoure fat places for innumerable aspiring
youths and faded sohoolmarms.
LawB of this kind have heretofore always
boen deemed unconstitutional, and utterly
antagonists to the spirit of Republican insti
tutions. Strango that tho soi-disant Repub li
jan party should foist BO many of these mon
archical importations upon the people of the
Uni tod States.
Were we to object, and say, we need not
your interference. We havo got along very
well Ihns far; your system is not suitable to
mr people, nor to the sparsely settled dis
;riots of,our country. A smile of contempt
would bw the only reply, with perhapo the
mperciliouB remark: "Look at your people
aow mr?ny of them can neither road nor
_.itej.your women almost uniformly ignorant
md illiterate," ato. We oannot answer this
.harge from the cousus as we had the mis
brtune of losing our library on a mo moral
lie night last year in Columbia, but we had,
luring the four years of the war, abundant
>pportunity of testing the relative- education
tnd intelligence of the individual-oompooing
he two armios. There were eomo of $ur
loldiera who oould not write their names,
-here were many inore who wrote and
ipelled very badly, and others again (very
nany of them) who were gentle meaf of in
elligenoo, education and refinement. -'
.We carno in oontaot with "the soldiers of
he United States in Confederate pr isons and
?ospitala, and found wagon loads of their
lianes, correspondence, compositions, etc.,
m many a hastily evaouated camping ground.
t_nd upon carofully weighing theso witb
;hose, wo have come to the oonolusion that
hore is ample room for the schoolmaster in
ioth 'section?; and that neither has muoh to
loast in this respect over tho other.
As .regards the womon of tho Sou tb, it is
rue they have boon muoh maligned.' Even
o this.day.soarcely a letter can be taken up,
?rit?ea1 Jjf Northern and Western oorres
lopdeol8 tyavolling in tho South, that con- j
tains not some foul libel on our ladies. But
lot thtt pass. This is not the time and place
to onter that field. "We would only remark,
that if Soutborn -wornon aro BO ronaarkably
ignorant, or more ignorant than tho H o at tho
North in tho same class of eooioty, wo wore
not nwaro of it, though wo havo onjoyod I
vory good opportunities for making such ob
servations. It is singular, also, in view of
this alloged state of things, that fomalo
schools of every grado, lor the lost twenty
yoars, havo boon vory numorous and flourish
ing in overy Stato of the South.
It might, perhaps, bo conBidorod presump
tuous to a high degree, woro wo to suggest
that there aro mon in our State now, quito
competent to discharge all tho duties of citi
zenship, as well as to fill tho sovoral oflioos
usually coneiderod neoeBBnry in an organized
community. A people that has produced a
CALHOUN, a PRESTON, LEGARE, HAYNE, MC
DUFFIK, PETIOUU, LYNCH, THORNWELL, and
hundreds of others, soaroely IOBS distinguished
on tho rolls of tho Senate or in the annals of
letters, has some right to object to being
ranked as a Boootian horde.
But, as wo have already remarked, it is
idle to make any remonstrance. They know
what is good for us better than wo do our
selves; and wo may as woll raako up our mind
at ouoe to swallow the dose. Tho latost pre
scription comes from the doctor who holds'
forth in the Chioago Republican. He gives
it as his opinion that the Southern blood
neods a new infusion. The following is his
"Americans and naturalizod citizens from tho
North, five millions; Gormans, inoluding their
families, two millions; Iriah, two milliona; Nor
wegian, Scotch, English, and French, ono mil
lion. This would make tho total population of
tho lato stavoholding States, lucludiug tho ne
groes, about twentv-two millions, of whom leas
than one-fifth would be black. The present white
population of thoao States numbers eight mil
lions, who aro almost exclusively native-born for
several generations. The introduction of a now
population--gradually, of conreo-all of them
pleased with industrial habits, and all prepared
to make a living from the soil-would as gradual
ly, but irresistibly, make that region as indus
trious, and, consequently, as productive, as tho
North is now."
And then, we suppose, we shall have that
millennium which UNDERWOOD, in hiB late
"oharge," prodiote for Virginia, "when the
civilization of New England s?mil take root
in the soil of the Old Dominion."
WANTED, BY A YOUNO LADY OF A
thorough English ?ducation, who hon been for
?everal years engaged in teaching, a F08ITION AS
TEAOHEB, or in any capacity in which a female can be
employed, either in the olty or country, as nocotsity will
compol her to accopt any sorvi_o ?ho can procure. Her
chiefobjoctwlllbetoubUln ?home, of which eheis now
doBtltnte, and only very slight compensation, beside,
would be required. Satisfactory reference? can be fur
nished. Please address, stating particulars, MU?
HELEN CLARKSON, Charleston, 8. O.
Juno 27_ ?
ROOMS WANTED.-A GENTLEMAS DE
SIRES to hite for himself and family a aulte of two
or three Booms of comfortable arzo and genteel location,
with modern convenience?, bath, ko., with the privi
lege ot the use of astable for his horse. Must be loca
ted In the Southern or Southwestern part of the city.
Apply to SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY,
Beal Estate Brokers, No. 37 Broad etrcot.
Juno 27 _w.m3
-mm: ?a?? ?r. mu, ?a aitmn.sx.1 numil'ajtHVl?, ?V 1 lil
VV good recommendation.,*. Apply at No. 5 PITT
STBEET. 2 June 20
WANTED, A STORE ON KINO STREET,
between Liberty and Market streets. Address
T. F. ELL8WOBTH,
May 28 " mw Pavilion Hotel.
WANT?D-A W O M AN TO DO PLAIN
Cooking, Washing and Ironing ia a small family.
Alto, a young GIBL to do Housework. Apply at No. 84
fcOOIETY-STBEET, or 1?7 MEETING-STREET,
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNO
man. a resident of Charleston, Jn any capaoity.
Ia a good bookkeeper, and willing to make himself uso
ful In any buslneis. Best of r?f?rences furnished.
Addreis NEBO, Glass Box No. IS, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BV A YOUNO MAN, A SITUA
TION lit some Wholesale or Betoll Dry Goods or
Grocery bouse ; has soma knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of tho Grocory Business, hav
ing been in that business on his own account. He will
atndy the Interest of his employer, and is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Beat
of references furnished. Address "F." through tho
Post?nico, or apply at this office Jane 11
FOB THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. ( STONEW?\LL) JACKSON.
BY PBOF. a L. DABNEY. D. D" OF VIRGINIA.
THE 8TANDAED BIOGRAPHY Oi? THE IMMOR
TAL HEBO. The only edition authorized by bia
widow. The author a personal frloiid and Ohiof of
Staff of the Christian Soldier. Oarofully revised and
corrected by Genersl B. E. LEE. Wo want an Agent in
every county. Bend for circulars and seo our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
No. 214 Seventh-street, Blohmond, Va.
May 28 Ima*
TO BENT, &a.
TO RENT FOR. THREE OR FOUR
months, at a very low pri?e, the large HOUSE No.
a Cannon-street Inquire on premises.
FOR RENT, THAT CUJIFUltl ABLE
RESIDENCE in tbe town of Sommerville, known
as Dr. GELZER'S HOUSE, lot measuring one and a
quarter acres, miro or les?. House contains- four rooms
and pantry, with kitchen, servants' rooms, carriage
homo, stable vegetable gardon, -lia To an approved
tenant, rent will be moderate... Apply to L. BUNCH b
SON, No. 60S KING-STREET. . wa Jane 20
FOR HA1?IC, ALL THAT JLOT OV ?AND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, nltuatod at
No. 1 South-street, having doublo piazza and cammo,
dlous basement, une pistera and well. ?The house is
new and in good repair, and pleasantly toe?ted/ with
dry lot.' For ferma and particulars, apply to
,, . B. 4L b J. T. EARLY,
Juno l8 HoHb-atest oornep Marte) and Boat Bay.
FOR 8AI?E.-SECOND HAND ?PRINTING
PRESSES ?1ND TYPE In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Poarl, Nonpareil, Minion, otc.
8MITII HAND PBISS-Platen, SWK-27 lnohes; bed,
28 *i x3 IK Inch OB.
WOBBELH?VND PRESS-Platon, 22x23,lnohes; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND -PBE88-Platen, 22Xx28X
Inches; bed, 22x38 Inchon. . .
HOE HAND FBESS-Ploten, M#x28 inches; bed, UU
xSl>i inoheB. r -
RU0.GLE8' JOB PRfeSS-Standing Sheet Press. '
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del? "
or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At thin Office,
B. M. -WHITING,
OOBONEB AND MAOHTBATE,
HAS BEMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 OHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MolNNlB' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-street _ _? May BO
PRIVATE BOARDING, - PERMANENT,
Transient, and Day Boarders can be handsomely
accotai-o ia tod at the southeast corner ot Meeting and
Market streets. Fine rooms and aooommodation for
ramlll'-i, at reasonable tates, loto May 38
I. O. O. F., BOOTH C A KO lal N A. LOOOE No. 1.
ABHGULAB MEETING OF THI8 LODGE WILL
Uko placo This Evening. Tho arrear list will bo
road. . Members aro particularly requested to attend.
Dy order : BOlJKilT J AM K8,
Juno 27 _ 1 Secretary.
THE SunV1V1NG MEMUEl- OF WELL*8 BATTERY,
Comyany A., Man igault'a Battalion. 8. O, ArtlUory,
;?nd Cutbbcrt'a Company I., Kershaw'? 2d Regliuptit, ti.
0. V., aro lnvltod to moot lu tho Gentlomeu'a Parlor,
MUU House, 7*o-_lforro_ Prettin?;, tim 2Bth lost., at Eight
o'clock, for tbo purpoao o? forming a Charitable Asso
ciation. 1 .Juno 27
ATTENTION t COMKT FIRE ENUIN K CO.M
PAI?Y No ti.
YOU ABE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
your Engtno HOUBO, To-Morrow, 28th last., at
hair-paat Flvo o'clock A. M., In full uniform.
By ordor of Prosldont J. L. FKNNIOK.
F. H. FOWLER. Secretary.
Promptltudo, No. 7, will ploaso moot us at our Enslno
HOUBO at half-past Elvo o'clook A. M.
Juno .7 1*
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
LOST, ST KA YEO OK STOLEN.-A FAWN
about ODO yoar old. Any porson returning thlB
animal to No. 21 Coming-street, or to John W. Steolo,
northeast corner of King and Goorgo streets, will bo
liberally rewarded. 3* Juno 20
LOST, A' (.ILV^R-JIIOUNTED JW E E II
SOHAUM PIPE; Btipposod to have beon loft In tho
roar coach of tbo northeastern Railroad yoaterday. The
finder will bo 111.orally rowarded by leaving tho same at
Uio ofllco of tho Charleston Hotel. June 25
LATE ABSIhTANT WITH MB. J. D. GEDDING3,
will opon a SOHOOL on ?fonday, July 2d.
For torn, ko., apply at No. 07 Coming street, throe
doora Booth of Calhoun. A. DOTY, JR.
Refers, by permission, to J. D. Geddlnga, Esq., J. A.
Enilow, Esq., and Jos. L. Enslow, Esq.
HIGHEST RATES PAID BY
J. H. RISLEY.
No. 110 Fast Bay,
June 27 Cornor Accommodation Wharf.
AND FRACTIONAL CURRENCY BOUGHT BY
P. H. KEGLER,
Jane 25 0 No. 10 Broad street.
ON NEW YOBK AND LIVEBPOOL. BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES. STOCKS. BONDS, Ao.
GEO. W. WILLIAM8 at CO.,
Juno 0 .v.fmia Hay no-stroet.
THE TIDE WILL SERVE MORNING AND EVEN
ING this week, at White Point Garden Bathing
House. P. KILROY,
Juno 26 Proprietor.
A SPLENDID BUGGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
Bh-ft, suitable for two or four persone; made by
Wood Bro., Now York. For further information. In
qulro at Phelan Hilliard Room, corner Meeting and
Market street-._June 1?
C J_I _E ___. _P
25 Cents Per Yard.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE COLORED GRENA
DINES THI8 DAY OPENED, and telling a i
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, at
No. 263 King-street, S. C.
- -? _ _..?m
I_ A. W _NT S,
Muslins, Lace Spencers,
Black Crape Collars,
Lace Points, &c, THIS DAY
it IE A.I>585
Ko. 263 King-street, S. C.
J-16 20 _y#ttn
SPRING ANO SUMMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
the public that he ia receiving a full assortment of
CLOTHS, OASSaiMERES; COATINGS AND VESTING8
of the best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These gooda having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, peroonB wishing anything in my line
will find it to their adrantage to give me a call, aa I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make thom up in the very best style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand. No, 82 Broad-stroot.
March 30_J. 8. PHILLIPS.
ANCHOR BBAND, ASSORTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENOn BURR AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 INCHES.
_ POTS, OVENS, AND SPIDERS,
for r?ale at '
HAET ?D CO.'S,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STS.
COPIES OF GEN. R. B. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DBEB8 to tbo Anny of Northern Virginia.
For aale at
Jnmi_No. ? BBOAi'-STltERr.
CHARLESTON BILLIARD RALL,
Corner King and Market-streets,
?T.0B LARGEST, COOLEST, AND HOST COM FORT
X ABLE BOOM lu the city, famished with ELEVEN
1-1)1-fi, from tho Mam.t_oV.ry of Monars. KAVA
NA?GH A DECKER, Heir York.
LOB^NG & TURNEE, Propri'rs.
TO THE LADIES OF CHARLESTON.
LADIES PBOMENADINO ON THE BATTEBY, ABB
respectfully inviUid to call at FRARY'S LADIEJ* AND
OENT8' ICE CREAM PARLOBS, at No. 0 South Bay
Bottory. Tho Dadlos' Salooo lu elegantly furnished,
aiuMii conducted in Orst olsss stylo-oxcollent qnallty of
ICE CREAM, no uoiso, no confusion, the quietness of a
prlvato house-dollghtful CREAM 80DA rlniwn from
Mnrblo Fountain, with choleo 3YR?PS. This 8aloou is
open ovcry day and evening. Call and judge for your
selves. The uppor balconies resorved for tho especial
uso of the Ladles on Saturday afternoons.
Juno-27 0 Solo Proprietor.
THE LADIES OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY
COMMUNION intend having a FAIR, at tho Industrial
School Building, In Ashley-street, one door north of
Cnnnon-Btrcet, on tho 2?tli, 20th and 30th of June, for
| tho Benoni of the Church. Music has boon sccurod. ?
Doors open at 8 o'clock P. M. on Thursday and Fri
day, and from 12 o'clock M. to 7 P. M on Saturday.
Admittance, 25coutB. Children 10 cents.
Tho patronago of Iho public Is solicited.
Tho following Gentlemen have boon requested to
assist the Ladies:
JNO. HANCKEL, T. D. WAGNER,
HOTSON LEE, H. 8. HAINE8,
H. L. TOOMBR, H. H. MoDOWELL,
M. T. BARTLETT, W. E. HA8KELL. Jn.
JNO. D. ALEXANDER.
Juna 20 5
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others.
PELOT ?SB SI?IBIWFESE:--,
Adjusters of Booka and Accounts?
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING. WHITING CP,
Adjusting and Batauclag Booka. Will also en
gage to conduct booka, mako out acounts, be., i>y th?
mouth or year, on roaso-ahlo ternis.
Bookkeepers assisted at tbelr places of business
OflK-u at their Commercial School Room,
Corner of Wentworth aud King atveoU.
Juno 27 Imo,
AT THE I
No. 621 King-st.
T. P. FORRESTON,.
JOBBER AND DEALER IN GERMAN, FRENCH,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TOYS, HOSIERY,
TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, Y?VNKEE NOTIONS,
HATS, CAPS, FLAGS, BANNER8, ko., &C.
Jane 27 ?.
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
THIS COMPANY HAVING BEEN POT IN POSSES
SION of tholr office, No. 20 BROAD STREET, or?
now proparod to ISSUE POLICIES ON BUILDING?
ROA RD OF DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM M. MARTIN. President
J. REID BOTL8TON,
JOHN B. LAFITTE.
Jane 13 wfm9 Secretory and Treasurer.
HUGH B. BANK?,
WM. C. BEE,
ARCH'D 8. JOHNSTON,
CHAS. V. CHAMBERLAIN,
GUL. A.SS -WARE.
A FULL A830RTMENT FOR BALE BY
WILIIAM Cr. WHILDEN & ?0.,
No. 2r)5 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STREET.
June 16 fi_w2ruoD
CUE LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND IVORY COUNTERS
BILLIARD BALLS, CUES, kc.
WILLUM G. WHILDEN & CO.,
Jnne 15 fmw2mos No. 255 KING-STREET.
PLATED AND SILVER SPOONS
FORKS, OA8TOR8. TEA TBAY8
DISH COVERS, TABLE MATS
TABLE CUTLERY and
For anio by WILLOW-WARE.
WILLIAM ?. WHILDEN & CO.,
June 15 fmw2moB No. 886 KING-STREET.
SPECTACLES AND EVE-GLASSES
PEBEO800PI0 GL?_88ES FITIED TO SUIT ?AN?
WILLUM ii. WHILDEN & CO.,
Jnne 15 fmw2moa No. 255 KING-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLUM ?1. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 385 KING-STREET.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
Jnne 16 - - - ._._-_ fmw-tnoa
L?MBERM 333 _5T
PARTIES ENGAGED IN CUTTING TIMBER, OB
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OR SHINGLES, will do well to call on tho subaorlber,
who having boen for many years engaged In tho mua?
facturo ana shipment of Lamber and Timber, is well
posted as to tho wants and prices of different market?
and can always famish the latest market reporta fron?, ?
Europe, South Amorlca, Weat Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Cities, and will furnish njpoolflc-ttloaa
suited to different markets, and attend to the charter?
ing of ven?is, or glvo any information or aistiUnoe
that may ho desired. . JOS, H. R ISLEY.
? . 'Commission Merchant,
No. 110 Eiat Bay, comer Accommodation Whart
Til Bl EASTERN IfO. OA. JOURNAL.
I? PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING CR
?_?A?J*?? ofB-tinetUvUle, 8, 0" by W. W. 8. BUB
Terras-Throe dollars per ?nnamta, advsn??? santy
toil vt toe tee tari?, ^~. Atu-^i,'