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MARLESTON DAILY [NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART. EDITOR.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
BINGLE COPIES.5 cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
??JtV?EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?-THK LIST OIT I_I_TT__?_S re
muining in the 2?ostofHoe at the encl
of eaoh week ia piariliahec. officially
In THE] DAII-Y NEWS every _?"__
Thero will ho a meeting of tho Alumni at the
Univoraity of Virginia on the 28th inst.
Ex-Provisional Governor JOHNSON, of Georgia,
waa, on Fritlay, nominated by the President to
tho Sonato to bo Minister Roaident to Bogota.
Mr. DICKENS has a spocial saloon car all to him
self, as he travo!-j abjut Eaglvud to give his
Professor GEORGE W. GKEENE, of Rhodo Inland,
ia wriling the biography of his grandfather, GOD.
NAT. GREENE, of the revolutionary army.
PIERIIE IiiviNii is collecting the scraps and
ehreda of his uncle, WASHINGTON IRVINO'S, wri
tings, heretofore never put in book form.
BOTTS has accopted the invitation extonded to
him by tho Baltimore City Couucil to do liver an
oration on the Fourth of July.
Tho Alexandria Gazette thinks tho whoat crop of
Loudon county now may ho estimated at 200,000
buahels, of which 80,000 will go to market.
An ox-slave of BEAUREOARD'S is said to havo
married a New England school marm. She must
havo chosen hor Beau-rcgardlcea of color.
In the caao oT~H. CRAWFORD agaiuat the city of
Oolumbus, Ohio, the jury returned a verdict ia
favor of the pi ni u tiff for $10,003. D.irk nigh t,
open sower, man fell in, and city sholls out.
Surgeon CRAVEN'S description of the shackling
of JEFFERSON DAVIS, as publiahod in tho Register
and Adocrtiser, created univeraal indignation in
M. DE ROTHSCHILDS has, wo hoar from Paria,
refused to givo Austria ft credit of five million a of
francs, which was asked for by Prince METTERNICH
On bohalfof uU.Goverhhlent.
The quality of the wheat pr?mlaos 11 be very
good, and it is generally believed that more flour
will bo made in the Valley of Virginia than was
realized last year.
Lake City, Florida, was visited by a severe hail
storm on the 28th ult. The Press says "some of
the stones wero upward of an inch in diameter."
The storm waa narrow in ita scope and did but
little damage to crops.
BROWNLOW, calling hi. Legislature together
July 4, saya that when they arrive "the purpoaea
for which they will have boon convened will be
moro fully atatod." Probably. Meanwhile, koop
A. J. HAMILTON, whom the Proeidont appointed
Provisional Governor of Texas, is reported to havo
turned against him-incited thereto by the allure
ments of Speaker COLFAX and other Congressional
Radicals with whom ho has kept up an improper
intimacy since his arrival in Washington.
FORNEY calls on the military heroes of the w_r
to "vote the way you shot." This will disfran
chise BOTLER, BANKS, SCHDRZ, SCHENOE, and
pretty much every other prominent Radical
"General." If their voting ia like their shooting,
nobody will be hurt.
Professor AOASSIZ ia delivering a uourao of lec
tures before the Imperial family and the Brazilian
magistrates respecting his discoveries in his re
cent tour up the valley of tho Amazon. He won
very high commendations from his royal auditors
on his opening lecture, May 7.
Tho result of the Nebraska election, although
not definitely known, ia in the aggrugate favorable
to the Democraoy. Their candidate for Governor,
MORTON, is behoved to be elected, while on joint
ballot in the Legislature the Democrats have a
majority. The same party have eleoted a part if
not all of tho Stato officers.
A "Histor" and teachor of a young ladies' school at
Gape Girardeau was arrested by a Missouri Radical
officer on the 11th iust. for teaching with
out taking tue oath. The arrest created great
indignation among all classes of people, and the
prisoner WBB escorted to jail by nearly tho wholo
population of the towo. The radical officer finally
becoming alarmed at the public indignation, re
leased tho lady.
In Charlottes ville, Va., a Sunday School for col
ored children has been organizo! by the ladies
of tho placo, and ovor three hundred have al
ready become regular attendants. Among the
teachers are Miss GILLMORE, sister of Governor
GILLMORE: Mrs. BROWN, whoso huab mil was a
Confederate colonel; Mrs. LODTIIAM, widow of
the late Professor LODTHAM, of Richmond Col
lege, and many others of distinguished families.
Mrs. BEMIS, the mother of the family affecte d
with trichioie, in Marion, Iowa, died on the 17th.
This makoB the fifth caao resulting fatally. The
others of the family affected aro improving, and
will probably recover. Sevoral other well-marked
caaoa of trichinre aro reported in Marion township.
It ia also roported that a family named JORDAN,
consisting of ave or six persona, living in an ad
joining townehip, arc ill of trichiniasis.
The trial of J. R. MCCANN, RF.TTBEN RODDIE, W.
C. CAIN, and JOHN C. RAMSEY, indictod for the
hanging of O. A. HAUN, in 18C1, was commenced
in the Civil Court of Knox county, Tennosseo, on
Monday last. It will he romembored, says the
BriBtol News, that the defendants were momhers
of a court-martial that (ried and hnng Mr. HAUN,
in 1801, for bridge burning, and that tho throe
first named o? tho defendants havo beon confined
in tho Knoxville jail for the last twolvo months .
The entire day was consuraod in empanneling a
jury, which was composed of intelligent-looking
men. Judge SWAN is on tho bench. Governor
W. G. BROWNLOW is one of the witnessoa for tho
prosecution, bovoral days, wo presumo, will bo
consumed in tho trial.
mr AU communications Intended for publication <n
this journal must be addressed to tile Editor of
the Daily Neios, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
S. C. Business Oommunicaiion* to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be aooompa
nied with the cash._
~c H A RITESTONT
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28. I860.
A SOCIAL ANOMALY.
The peculiar position in whioh tho nogroos
of tho Southern States stand to tho laws of
tho country is a matter for serious rofloction.
The evils rosulting from this anomalous po
sition havo become so palpablo and onorous
that universal public attontion has boon drawn
thoroto, and tho domandforrodross is urgent.
Let us BOO thoo in what tho poouliarity of
this position consists, what aro tho ovils re
sulting therefrom, and from what quarter it
is reasonable to ozpect redross.
In tho first place, tho ordinary criminal
court, havo no powor to punish violations of
the law committod by colored persons. A
negro may commit not only an assault, lar
ceny, and other potty offences, but also bur
glary, rape, and oven murder, without being
in any manner responsible to tho constitu
tionally established courts of the laud. In
the eecoud place, tho courts to whioh the
nogroes are responsible, and in winch is in
vested exclusivo jurisdiction of all offences
committed by colored persons, aro in no way
bound by oath or otherwise to support, ad
minister, or enforce the laws of tho several
States, or of tho United States. Tho decisions
of these courts, thoroforo, aro only controlled
by tbe general ideas of right and wrong, of
justice and equity, as undorBtood by the in
dividual judges. And to make the contrast
in thisrospoct still stronger, while tho judgos
of the constitutional courts are chosen es
pecially for their skill in legal lore, there
are no grounds to suppose that the Provost
Judges are Bolectod for any suoh roason.
From those two propositions it necessarily
results that, in all that portion of the coun
try whero Provost Courts are ia opera
tion, the nogro is not amenable to the laws
of tho lund, but only to a sort of unwritten
moral law, the commentaries of whioh have
not yet been published. The freedman of the
Southern States stands in tbe anomalous po
sition of a citizen of a great republic, enjoying
all the benefits of its government, and yet
irresponsible of all written law, municipal,
State or Federal.
It is useless to argue that Provost Cour ts
aro established not only to protect tho nogro
in his rights, and to administer juBtioe be
tween him and the whito mau, but also to
onforce obedience to the laws in the name of
the United States. Such may be the theory, but
it is not the practice j it is not true, in
fact. In roality, canes are brought up daily
in the name of the Government, but aro
treated purely as cases between the prose
cuting witnesses and the defendantB. The
only object of the Provost Judges seems to
be to decido the mensure of redress to whioh
the party injured by the violation of law is
entitled, and to afford that redress; while the
real queBtiou of what is the punishment affixed
by tho law for its violation is entirely lost
To illustrate. An individual, either black
or white, may be stabbed by a negro. If this
ooours under the eye of the police, they will
arrest the nogro, and he will be carried
before the Provost Court. The party injured
will, on proper application to the Provost
Marshal, receive every assistance to procure
witnesses, and bring the offender to trial; and
if he is convicted, he will receive what the
court considers a commensurate punishment.
But all this is merely as justice to the party
injured. If he does not see fit to prosecute
the case, the prisoner is discharged, and might
stab fifty other persons for all the Govern
ment of the United States would do to pre
vent it, if the parties stabbed did not inter
fere themselves. The insult to the laws of
the nation is not regarded at all. Let a
whito man commit a like offenoe and the
hounds of the law aro at once upon his track,
and it becomoB the duty of an offioor of State,
specially omployed for that purpose, to seo
that the criminal ?B brought to juBtioe.
Here, then, is the poouliar social position
of the negro. Ile is not amenable to the
laws. The natural consequonoe is, that he ?B
douant of the law and is guilty of continuai
violations thereof, to the great detriment of
the public safety. The officers of the law
are regarded with contempt, are continually
resisted in tho performance of their duty,
and are exposed to great nek and dunger
and that, too, with tho extremely disagree
able knowledge that tho power whioh has
assigned them to this duty is unable to pro
tect thom in its performance These evils
are particularly manifest in the large cities,
in which tho negroes aro congregated from
all part- of the country. Of this deplorable
fact Charleston and Richmond are promi
nent and lrmontable examples. Negro law
lessness in both piucos ?B undermining the
foundations of sooioty, and fast inaugurating
that conflict of the races whioh ovory true
patriot must deprooate. ' .
We come, lastly, to the consideration of
the nature of tho redress whioh is needed,
and the quarter from whioh it may most rea
sonably bo expected. The evil may be reme
died in two ways-either by abolishing the
Provost Courts and restoring to the constitu
tional tribunals tho control of all our people
aliko, or by reorganizing tho Provost Courts
in such a manner that they shall administer
justice to tho blacks by the same codo by
which tho constitutional courts administor it
to tho winton. If it is too muoh to oxpoct
the first; if our judges-honorablo and
loarned men, sworn to administor tbo laws in
justice and equity-aro not to be trusted with
tho trial of oolorod criminals,-suroly tho
second altornativo would bo but a ronson
ablo demand. It is but tho plainest principio
of freo government that tbo samo laws nhould
ho administered without distinction to all
classes of oitizons.
Of whom, thon, aro wo to ask thiB pimplo
boon ? Not of Congress, which does not con
trol tho Provost Courts-and which, if it did,
would control thom as muoh to our disadvan
tage as possible-but of tho Presidont, who
established thoBO courts, doubtless for tho
purpose of administering impartial just ico,
which end they have signally failed to
accomplish. Presidont JOHNSON has inva
riably shown himself disposed to do justice
to the South, RB far as his political tenets
will allow him to do so consistently ; and
thoro is no roason to doubt that if the matter
is properly brought to his attention, wo sl-.H
either have tho Provost Courts abolished, or
olso have a new system of Provost Courts,
administering tho law of the land, and not a
law of thoir own imagining.
WANTED, 11Y A YOUNO l,.\l)Y OF A
thorough English education, who has boou for
sovorsl ;ears engaged in teaching, a POSITION AB
TEACHER, or In any capacity In which a female can bo
employed, either ia the city or country, as nocosslty will
compol her to accept any Borvlco abo can procuro. Her
chief object will bo to obtain ?home, of which shots now
destltuto, and only very slight compensation, besido,
would bo required, Satisfactory rofcroncos can be fur
nlshod. Please address, stating particulars, Miss
HELEN OLA I? KSON, Oborleston, S. C.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, JUY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, in nny capacity.
Is a good bookkeeper, and willing to make himself use
ful in any business. Best of referoncoa furnished.
Address NEBO, Class Box No. 16, Charleston P. O.
ANTED, B* A YOUNO M*N, A SITUA
TION In soino Wholesale or Botail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of tho Dry Coode,
and a thorough knowledge of the Orocery Business, hav
ing beon In that business on his own account. He will
study tho lntoreat of his employer, and la willing to
make himself gonorally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Pos-ifllce, or apply at this office. _June 11
AGEN 1 S WANTED
FOR THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
GEN. (STONEWALL) JACKSON.
BY PROF. R. L DABNEY. D. D., OB* VIRGINIA.
THE BTANDAHD BI03RAPH- OF THE IMMOR
TAL HERO. The only odltion authorised by hie
widow. Tho author a personal friend and Chief of
Staff of the Christian Soldier. Carefully revised and
corrected by General R. E. LEE. Wo want an Agent in
every connty. Send for circulars and see our torms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
No. 214 Seventh-street, Richmond, Va.
May 28 lmo*
_TO RENT, &c._
TO KENT, TDK STOKE AND IIOU>_ No.
238 King-street, with shelving and gas fixtures
complete, and the upper part of the House in good
order. Apply at No. 100 WENT WORTH-STREET.
June 28 thst?i3*
O RENT, THE HOUSE No. 55 STATE
8TREET. containing six upright rooms, Cistern,
Kitchen and Well of water, and suitab e for a Store.
Apply at No. 106 WENTWoRTH-STREET.
THREE STORES on Meeting-street, opposite Pavilion
Hotel, NOB. 10S, 140 and 142. thstu3? June 28
O KENT, IN SUMMERVILLE, A HOUSE
containing six rooms, with all requisite outbuild
ings; It 1B withlu a few minutes' walk of the depot. Per
sons wishing to reut furnished rooms oin outaln thom
by applying at the same place. For lurther particulars,
apply at this office. 3* June 28
O RENT FOlt Til KEE OK FOUU
months, at a very low prl . the large HOUSE No.
2 Oannon-street. Inquire on premises.
TO OWNE118 OF PINE LANDS.- WE
wish to rent 10.000 acres of Pine Land, eui tab lo
for making Turpentine, adjacent to railroad or water
course. Apply to OEO. E. PRITOHETT, North Atlantic
Wharf. E. EVERETT _ CO.
June 26 tuths3*
LOST, STOLEN, _o. ~
OTOLEN FRON NO. l8 MARKET STREET,
O a BLACK and TAN WIRE H A I R D O G. He
has three stripes on the right side where ho was scalded
when a puppy, .en dollars rowa-d will bo given If de
livered at the above place, or fire doll ra for any infor
mation leading to the recovery of same.
Apply as above to GEORGE FINNEGAN.
Uli E STOLEN.--? DOLLA US R?T
WARD.-Stolen from my stable, at Danner's
Cross Roads, Ht. James' Goose Creek Parish, on Tues
day night, June 26th. a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
abott 12 years old, in good condition. Said Male 1B
about 13 hands high, and has whlto hair about the head
indicating age. A reward of $25 will be paid for infor
mation lo idin.. to the rocovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given for evidence suffi Ment to
convict the thl?-f. Address tho anderslgned, at Dan
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Courier Office, Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
LOST, STHAYKD OR STOLEN.-?FAWN
about one yoir old. Any person returning this
animal to No. 24 Coming-street, or to John W. Strolo,
northeast corner o( King and George streets, will be
1 iberally rewarded._8*_Jnne 20
OST, A r_ ILVi?.I_MOUNTED MEER
SCHAUM PIPE; supposed to have boen loft In the
roir coach of the Northeastorn Railroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same ut
the office of the Charleston Hotel. June 25
FOR SALE, Alala THAT LOT Off LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, having doable piazza and commo
dious basomont, Ano cistern and well. The house is
new and in good repair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms and particulars, apply to
B. A. A 3. T. EARLY,
Jane 16 Northwest corner Marko) and East Bay.
OR SALE, ENTIRE, On. ONE.THIRD
Interest, in a SAW MILL, 25 horso power, situa
ted on bold Greek, leading into Ball's Bay, SO miles
from Charleston, In conjunction, If desired, with 2(00
acres finely timbered land, ten mules, two pair oxen,
timber earls, and all the requisite articles for carrying
on the business. All of the above new and in good con
dition. Also, the privilege of catting timber to an al
most unlimited extent, at very low rates, on adjacent
Also, one EIGHT HOR8E ENGINE, with two Cotton
Gins and Grist Mill In the village of Mount Pleisant,
to bo removed or sold with the premises. From its
prox'ratty to tho city, and tho largo quantity of seed
cotton brought Into this market, this .ill be a very pro
fitable investment P1NOKNEY BROTHERS,
June 26_toths3 North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR SALE.-SECOND HAND I'HINTINO
PRES8ES AND TYPE in good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platon, 22>?x27 Inches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 lnohes; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRE98-Platen, 22\x28i?
Inches; bed. 22x36 Inches.
HOE HAND PBEB8-Platen, 22J?x28 inches; bed, 26?
HAGGLES' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 _ At this Office.
" MEPfOAIi NOnOES.
DR. T. S. THOMSON,
OFFICE 8O0I?TY-8TREEr, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence corner of Tradd and Orange street?.
Juno 12 tulhsl2?
SOUTH CAROLINA MASONIC ?IICVICV CI
MEMB?RB ARE REQUESTED TO ATTEND, GEN
ERALLY, tbo Moutlily Meeting in MoBonlc Hall,
?TAIJ Evening, tbo 281h Inst, at 8 o'clock, an an import
ant amendment to tho Constitution will bo submiltod
for fliml action.
By ordor of tho rruBldcut.
Juno 28_1? W. A. WILSON, Hccrotary.
I. O. O. F., HOWARD LOD6K~ NO. 3.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING WILL RE
liold Thii Evening, at 8 o'clock An Election for
Officers will take placo for the current ter u. Mcmbor?
will como proparod to pay arroars. Tli.i arroar li?t will
bo road and enforced against ?lortul'crs.
J. E. MEYER, I\ H. and Treasurer.
PAM1KTTO GUA HI?.
TnE SURVIVING MEMBERS OK WEBB'S BATTBBT,
Company A., Manlgault'BBattalion, -. O Artlllory,
and Cuthbert*? Company I., Kershaw'? 2d H??i:iiii.?nt, H.
C. V., aro Invited to mcc-t in tin? (i?*ntloiu?*n'H Parlor,
Milla House, This Evening, tbo -Hill HiMnnt, at Eight
o'clock, for the purposo of forming a Charitable Asno,
elation. 1 Juno W
E. Al. WHITING,
OOBONEK AND MAGI-l TRATE,
HA8 REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North ?sido, noxt door to Mr.
MoINNIB' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
InR-Btreot. Moy 30
PRIVATE IIOAklDINO. - I'KKHI ANENT,
Transient, and Day Boartlors can bo handsomely
accommodated at the southeast corin r ?> Meeting nntl
Mirkct streets Fluo rooms anil accommodation for
fa-.-Hies, at reasonable rate?. Iran Mav-28
LATE A8SISTANT WITH MR. J. D. GEDDINOS,
will open a 80HOOL on Monday. July 2d.
For terms, Ac, apply at No. 07 Coming atroet, three
doora South of Calhoun. A. DOTY, Jn.
Rufors, by permission, to J. D. Gcddings, Esq., J. A.
Eu8low, Esq., and Jos. L. Enslow, Esq.
Juno 27 4*
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
JUNE, 27, 1866. \
OWNERS OF HACKNEY COACHES, OARRIAQES
ANO OMNIBUSES, other than I.lno Omnibuses,
are hereby notified to call at this office and obtain the
Rates of Faro, printed in card form, for tho purpose of
having the samo placed in a conspicuous plnco in such
von leles, for the benefit of all concerned. The secord
Bocllon of the ordinance 1? published for information :
SECTION 2.-The rates of fire established by this or
dlnauco, printed in the furin of a card, with the name
of the owner or owners printed thereon, examined and
cortlQod by the Mayor of tho city, shall be attached to
somo conspicuous placo on the inside of every omnibus,
carriage or hack, plying for hire; and there la hereby
Imposed a flue of five (5) dollars for every neglect of the
same, to be paid by the owner or owners of such omni
bus, carriage- or hack.
By order of the Mayor. W. H. SMITH,
Juno 28_8_Clerk of Council.
PRISON LIFE OF JEFFERSON DA7IS.
A limited supply received at
June 28_3_No. 9 BROAD-STREET.
COPIES OF GEN. B. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRES8 to the Army of Northern Virginia.
For salo at
June 4_No. 9 BROAi .*-.T*tEH?-.
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DRS. RAOUL A LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THE
above stoamers a large and select ?supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES. Also, CONGRESS,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATERS, and a full assort
ment Of PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINES.
DIRECT FflOM THE BRITISH LOOMS, ABOUT
2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFEDERATE
BLUE GRE. CLOTH, manufactured expressly for civil
ian's summer wear, and to be sold in Suits, or small
lots, to buyers, by applying to HENRY TRENCHARD,
Importer of British Woolon Cloths, Nos. 17 and l8
Exchange-street, behind the Old Post?nico, Charleston,
OW Will barter for Wool. lmo Juno 28
IGHE9T RATES PAID BY
J. H. RISLEY.
No. 110 Eaat Bay,
June 27 Corner Accommodation Wharf.
AND FRACTIONAL 0URBENCY BOUGHT BY
P. H KEGLER,
June 26_G_No 10 Broad street.
THE TIDE WILL SERVE MORNING AND EVEN
ING this week, at White Point Garden Bathing
House. P. KILROY,
June 26 Proprietor.
A SPLENDID BUGGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
Shaft, anttablo for two or four poraons; made by
Wood Bro., New lork. Por further information, In
quire at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Meeting and
Market streets. June 14
SOLICITS PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Ropair- Weighing
Scales, Letter Presses, Printing Presses; makes and re*
pairs Hoisting Machines for Stores; makes all kinds ol
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. AROH'D MtLEISH,
|T?/*J tullian.|??>- No I ?'uinhftrlm?? HtfMt.
To Itlerc.ia.iias, Tradesmen & Others.
PELOT ?te SHERFESEE,
Adjusters of Books and Accounts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING UP,
Adjusting and Balancing Books. Will also en
gage to conduct books, make out ace mute, Ac, by the
month or year, on roaso"able terms.
Bookkoepors assls'ed at their places of business.
Office at their Commercial School Room,
M ?SON IO HALL.
Corner of Wentworth and King streets.
June 27 lmo
FIRE-WORKS! FIRB-WORKS !
In GREAT VAIUBTY,
__-t the " Charleston Bazaar,"
No. C21 KING STREET.
T. 3?. FOKRESTON,
JOBBER AND DEALER IN GEH MAN, FRENCH,
ENGLIHH AND AMERICAN TOYS. HOSIERY,
TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONH,
HATS, GAPS, FLAGS, BANNERS, Ac, Ac.
June 27 0
CHARLESTON BILLIARD HILL,
Comer King and Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. COOLEST, AND MOST OOM PORT
ADLE ROOM In the eily, furnished with ELEVEN
TABLE'S, from the Manufactory of Mesar?. KAYA?
NA?GH A DECKER, New York.
LORING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
THE LADIES OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY"
COMMUNION intend having a FAIR, at tho Industrial
School Building, In Asbloy-streot, ono door north of
Cannon-street, on tho 28th, 29th and 30th of Juno, for
the Done?lt of the Church. Music has boen secured.
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, 2Pconts. Children IO cents.
The patronago of the public is solicited.
The following Gentlemen have been requestod to
assist tho LudluB:
JSO. UANCKEL, T. D. WAGNER,
HUT.SON LEE. II. 8. HAINES,
U. L. TOOMER, R. II. McDOWELL,
M. T. BARTLETT, W. E. HASKELL, Ja.
JNO. I). ALEXANDER.
Juno 20 fi
GREEN TURTLE SOUP
b'erved up lu superior stylo at
WATSON & RYEi-SOJVS,
No. 39 .Broad Street,
This Day, from 11 A, M. lo 4 P. St,
Juno 27 1?
KO. S. 9 KING-STREET.
BILL OF FARE THIS DAY.
NEWPORT ICED PEACHES.
ICE < H KA l-l.
8TBAWBERRY * I CHOCOLATE
ORANGE I LEMON
FRESH EVERY DAY.
ICED PLUM OAKF.
WEDDING CAKE I BLANC MANGE
CALF FOOT JELLY | STEEPLfcS
BISCUIT GLACE | CHARLOTTE RUSSE.
June 28 1
TO THE LADIES OF CHARLES!-.V.
LADIES PROMENADING ON THE BATTERY, ARB
respectfully invited to call at FR<VRY'S LADIE.'AND
GENTS' IOE OREAM PARLORS, at No. 6 South Bay
Battery. Tho Ladies' Saloon Is olegantly furnished,
and l8 conducted In first class style-oxcellent qn.i'ityof
IOE OREA?I, no nolBo, no confusion, the quietness of a
private bouse-delightful OREAM SODA drawn from
Marble Fountain, with choice SYRUPS. This Saloon la
open ovory day and evening, Call and judgo for your
selves. The npper balconies reserved for tho especial
use of tho Ladies on Saturday afternoons.
Jnne 27 G Bole Proprietor.
STRUY HITS. m
MEN'S WHITE BROADWAY STYLE HATS
Men's White and Bl ?ck Leghorn Straw Hats
Youth's suporflno Wblto Leghorn Hats
Boys' Straw Hate, 76, 50, and 25 cents.
The balance of our Straw stock will be no1?! at very
low prices. STEELE'S HAT HALL.
June 28 1_No. 326 King street.
N0 EXTORTION !_J0 IMPOSITION !
STAY NOT LIMITED !
CONCAVE AND CONVEX
TO SUIT ALL AGES AND SIGHTS
THE SUBSCRIBEBS HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE 8UPPLY OF THE ABOVE, and will guar
antee as satisfactory an adaptation to each and every
cape presented, as can bo had lu any other establish
ment In the Sou lb.
"?-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, or NO CHARGE
ALLAN & SIDDONS,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
SIGN OF THE GOLD SPECTACLES.
THEODOltE F. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
Office No,^ lil_t^275 King-st.
HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY, AFTER AN
absenco of five years, I tender my Professional
Services to my friends, the f. rmor patients of the late
Dr. W. B. MONEFELDT (my preceptor), and the pnbllo
generally. By the opportunities affordod mo of a resi
dence in Philadelphia for tho past year, as well as boing,
dnrlng that space of time, In the ompl _ of the most
eminent Dentist of that city, tho Headquarters of tho
Cental Pro.esslon in the Pnl _ Statos, I am enabled to
offer the latest styles of work and the most improved
methods of the treatment of tho teeth.
DQRBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NEAR II tilt lal. K.f I- S __L_?Y,
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "selling And making np
to order," AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE8, their
well-selected Stock of fine CLOTHS. CAHSIMBRES,
DOEBKIN8, SILK-MIXED COATINGS, DRAB D'ETES,
All orders promptly exoouted. Good fits and proper
workmanship guarantood. Btuth2mo8 May 1.
SPRING AND SUMNER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this mothod of Informing
the public that ho Is receiving a full assortment of
CLOTHS, CA8S8IMERE8, COATINGS AND VESTING8
of the best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, versons wishing anything in my line
wUl find it to their ad vaiitsgo to givo mo a call, as I haya
the most ?-xperionccd workmen, and um prepared to
make them up in tho very best style at Edgerton _
Rlchsrds' old stand, No. 32 Broad-street.
March 30 J- 8- PHILLIPS.
ISTo. 173 EAST _3"_ _IT
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGR1? ?
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
SAW AND ROLLER U1N8, horse power, nnd GRIST
MILLS, always on ban?'.
Aeon- ior A'ICIIAAIRAULT'S STP.A.M FSGIN . and
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