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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
O. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN _ MORTON,
!NTo. l8 HAYNE-TREET.
DAILY- -_*-_? MONTHS.
TO NEWS DEALERS.
LAK?EST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?TTHK LIST OIT LETTERS re
__,..iniii_ In the -PostofRoe at t_e end
of eaoh week is ii \__isl_e_ oilloinlly
La THK I-AIL Y N _C WS every _F_*i
IN" ews Summary.
In tho extraordinary trial in which a Mrs.
BTYEB sought to cstnblish herself as a princess of
tho royal family, her mother having boen married
to tho Duke of Cumberland, the English Par
liament fourni a vordict against the claimant. T ho
Times treats tho ca.no as an imposture.
Some negroes of Mobilo latoly entered int o a
plot, the objout of which was to out ico a, mouibor
of tho banking firm of JAMES TAIT St Co., to tho
edgo of tho city, murder him and thou possess
themselves of his koys to enter and rob tho bank.
The seheme was betrayed by an honest negro,
who pretended to bo acting in concert.
Sovoral nogroos in tho vicinity of Thomaaton,
Ga., violatod their contracts recently, and boing
arrested, resisted iuoarcoration in tho jail, which
oreatod great oxcitoment, ondiug in a riot, wh ich
resulted in the death of several por.ous, wh ito
and black. Tho ncgrooB wore finally ovorpoworod
Mr. 8. GOETZEL, a Mobilo book publisher, pro
tests against an annonncoment by a Now York
house of a now translation of JOSEPH II., from tho
German. Ho says ho has already publishod an
edition of this work at a coat of $80,01)1., and addB:
"Truo it waa Confederate money, but Confed?rate
money at that time could have bought also cotton,
roal estate, and even gold to moro advantage than
the publication of JOSEPH II. could ever yiold mo
Three Gormans, engaged as boiler makers in
the establishment of Messrs. THOMAS BABHOR &
Co, No. 26 Light-street, Baltimore; were attacked
on Monday with coup de soleil while putting up a
largo iron tank in tho coal oil rafloory of M o sara.
MERRITT, POULTNBY ?k Co., at Canton. The proper
remodioa woro applied and alt the mon woro re
stored to coriBciousnoas, and it is thought thoy
will recover. They were removed to a house near
the old race comae, where thoy received proper
There is a frequent occurrence of difficulties and
fights between blacks and whites in Richmond.
No particular circumstance eeoma to engender
these evils, but they spring from that new an
of the Froedmon's Bureau with white and blaok
in the inumerablo disputos betweon the two races,
which the Bureau has settled in some cases most
unjustly. The insolonco of the negroes increases
day by day, and fights and knock downs are more
frequent than HBual.
On Monday policomau FORDHAM arroatcd at Rock
etts, anogronamed Johnson, upon the charge of
being concerned in the burglary of BORKE fe BE
HI*S clothing store, Franklin stroet, about two
months since. Tho officer had boen in search of
the follow for a long time, and ho waa pointed out
to him by a nogro woman. As soon as the arrest
heeamo known, the F. B. rallied to tho rescue,
and by a system of crowding, pushing and trip
ping, succeeded ia getting Johnson from the
graBp of the officer, and ho fled.
A small Fenian raid has again been made into
Canada. According to a telegram from Montreal,
a skirmish occurred on Friday evening, near
Pigeon Hill, with a party of Fenians, who are
said to have boon on a reconnoiasanco. A re
port, evidontly exaggerated, waa current that a
large detachment of the Fenian army was in the
adjoining woods. The skirmish does not appear
to have lasted long. The Fontana, or those who
wero taken for Fenians, retreated aftor soino
twenty shots wore exchanged, and nobody ap-'
pear? to havo been hurt.
The Emperor MAXIMILIAN, of Mexico, according
to the Paris Presse, has requested financial as
sistance from Franco, and has deolarod his inten
tion to abdicate if such assist ince is not accorded
him. The Presse states that the French Govern
ment ha H resolved not to aoccdo to the demand,
and has h_tructed Marshal BAZAINE, in tho event
of tho abdication of MAXIMILIAN, to iasuo & proc
lamation calling upon the Mexican poop Io to
choose by popular voto another ruler, to whom
the chief authority may bo dologated.
It is proposed to purehaBO the throe Mexican
States of Lower California, Sonora and Chihua
hua, with tho ultimate view of admitting them
into tho Union as Statos, at no distant day. Tho
price asked for these threo States is $20,000,000,
and tho persons who bring them into market and
ofifor to soil thom aro ex-President JUAREZ, Sen or
ROMERO, and JOHN C. FREMONT. JUAREZ .ia to
pledge himself to use tho $20,000,000 in carrying
on war against MAXIMILIAN. Thoro is very little
probability that the committee will report favor
ably to this soborno ; and still leas that it will bo
passed by either Houeo of Congress.
Tho steamer Widiam P. Kennedy touched at
Now York lately and took on board thirty colored
men and women for Boston, Maes., where hornos
in various families in that city have beon procured
for them. On a previous trip the Kennedy took
a liko numbor. Other installraouts will bo shippod
North rapidly. This is being dono by the Froed
mon's Buream Tho movement is lookod upon
with interest by tho farmors and roaidents of tho
peninsula, tho whole of which awarms with freed
pooplo of all ages and sexos, confident that it will
lead to similar movements upon a larger acalo,
and bo productivo of tho most important results
to tho farming interests of this section of tho
Stato. Tho officers of tho Freodmon's Buroan of
this district aro entering with great zeal into tho
enterprise, and the fact that sixty thousand Gov
ernment rations are issued monthly to tho dosti
tuto and froed pooplo, undor their charge, within
a circlo of ?bout twonty milo-, doubtloee act? ae
an additional Btimulant to tboir oxortiona.
Wo approciato truo eontimont, particularly
wbon it finds oxprea-jiou, upado ia baud, aa did
tbo following, wbioh wo copy from tho Richmond
Dispatch: "OnSatunlay tho mombore of Company
F Association turuod out and marchod to Holly
wood for tho purpoao of working upon tito gravee.
Tbo Association had pledged tbomaelvoa to ro
lnouiiil ouo humlrod gravo-j; but thoy did more,
mid romounded ono liundreil and thirty. About
twenty of the members of tho company wore pro
sent, under command of Captain GEOIUIK PJCTB-.?
KIN; and it ia hoped that tho oxamplo wbioh thoy
Lavo set will bo followod by tbo other military
societies in Ulta city. Only about four hundred
gravea remain to bo placod in order, and tina can
easily bo dono iu tho courao of tbo coming wook,
so that all our attontion can then bo givou to tho
work tobo'dono at Oakwood Comotory."
?tar All ;omm,untcatwns intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed lo the Editor of
the Daily Netos, No. l8 Havre-street, Charleston,
S. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied tnith the cash.
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FRIDAY MORNING, ?TUNE 29, I860.
THE GOLD EXPORT.
Our readers of all classes, we aro satis?od,
look every morning with some anxiety at tho
Now York gold quotations.in order to soo the
fluctuations of this groat standard of value,
and to make up their minds whothor it will
soon be up to 200 or fall to 125. As tho prico
of every man's food is to bo, in a measuro,
regulated by this T?BO or fall, it is quite natu
ral that all should fool Bomo intorost in re
gard to BO vital a matter, The Now York
Tribune, in noticing the fact, which perhaps
is without precodont in commercial history,
that wo had exported some forty millions in
gold in about six wooka, says that "all busi
ness seems to bo chaos," and that prudent
merchants find it hard to buy at a safe oom -
mission or" sell at a safe profit. The writer
advocates a tariff on the exportation of speoio
to put a stop to the immenso golden dre ft?
which aro now being sent to Europe. The
following table, which we copy from a New
York paper, gives the specie exports for the
past week; also from tho 1st of January to
the 23d of the present month, and for the
same period for a serios of years. It will be
found of much interest :
Juvo 20-Steamer Malta, Liverpool
American gold. $201,100
June 20-Steamer Eagle, Havana
American gold. 2,000
June 23-Steamer Ilntm i, Bremen
American gokl. 14,445
Ameritan gold. 122.C-?3
Stiver bars. 673,989
Gold bars. 131,009
Foreign silver. 02,500
American silver. 3,900
Foreign silver. 2,500
Juno 23-Steamer City of Paris, Liverpool
American gold..' 127,200
June 23-Steamer Borussia, Hamburg
American gold. 30,500
Gold bars. 13,800
Silver coln. .*?.?"??"""
Total for the week. $1,408,204
Previously roported. 43,634,278
Total since January 1, 18GC.$44,942,604
Same time in 1808. 17,888,627
Same time in 1864. 28.708, IfcO
Hamo timo in 18C3. 20 453,187
Berne time in 1802. 2?.900.351
Bametlmein 1881. 3,247,303
Kamo time in 18G0.'. 20,000,745
Bamoticno lu 1859. 33,051.478
Bamotlmo in 1858. 12,146.039
Hame timo In 1857. 22,07C.402
Hame time in 1850. 12,702,864
Bametlmein 1855. .
Samo time in 1854. 14,795,829
Same time in 1853. 8,057,067
Hame tim? lu 1862. 11,624,621
PRISON LIFE OF JEFFERSON DA VIS.
Although wo have seen copious extracts
from Dr. CRAVEN'S work, in the Northern
papers, during the past two weeks, we have
deferred a regular notice till we should re
ceive tho book itself. Mr. JOHN RUSSELL
sent us a copy yosterday. We at once sat
down and eagerly devoured it. To say it is
as interesting as a novel were to do it gross
injustice; for no novel ever written exercised
suoh a fasoination as must this little unpre
tending volume upon every Southern reader,
and, in fact, upon readers of every oreed and
clime, not blinded by Bectional hatred and
bigotry. Truth is stranger than fiction.
Tbe work is inscribed to Seeretary HUGH
MCCULLOCH, "who first of all our Northorn
public men has had the wisdom, magnanimity
and courage to express sympathy for the mis
fortunes of the subject of our memoir, by a
visit to Mr. DAVIS In his cell at Fortress
In the introductory chapter, Dr. CRAVEN
gives a very pleasing account of his encoun
ter, at Bermuda Hundreds, with the ''rebel"
General WALKER, of General BEAUREC.ARD'S
staff; dressed his wounds, amputated his leg,
and mivod his life. He concludes the. aooount
by saying : "He remained at once my guest
and patient, until sufficiently restored for safe
transfer to the general hospital at Fortress
Monroe, and is now hopping around the earth
somewhere, blithe and hearty, on the leg
that is loft him, perfeotly willing to be recon
structed, in more souses than ono." En pas
sant, we would inform Dr. CRAVEN that his
quondam patient is now a residont of this
city, and has not forgotten the acts of kind
noHH and humanity hore roforred to.
Mr. DAVIS arrived at Fortress Monroe May
19,1865; landod on the 22d, and was ironed
on the 23d. Dr. CRAVEN first saw him pro
fessionally on the 2-Uh, und was his solo medi
cal attendant from that time till Docombor 25,
18G5. With tho exception of the facts nar
rated in tho first chapter, as having ocourrod
prior to his connection with Mr. DAVIS, ho
records nothing save what he saw and heard
himsolf. The narrativo is simple, of course
jossipy, as Buch "table talk" must of nocos
?ty be. The style is unpretending, but gone
rally smooth, and tho book is altogothor easy
Tbo spirit of tho work is highly common <1
ablo, and reflects the groatest credit on the
author, s boart. An anti-slavery man all his
Ufo, and a Ropublionn from tho very inception
of tbnt party,-Dr. CRAVEN prove- himself
truo to tho noblest iuetincts of humanity, in
so thoroughly divosting himself of the preju
dices of a lifc-timo, and publishing this book
in tbo tooth of his iiorco brethren of tho Rad
ical press nud party. Tho book bus boon
vory well rocoived almost every whoro, and it
is only Buoh ultra shoots as FORNEY'S Chroni
cle, CARL SCHURZ'S Post, and othors of that
ilk, that aro lost to all Bonso of shamo and do
concy,-who carp and protond to snoor at
thiB spontanoouB exhibition of good fooling
in a mannor that can redound only disgrace
on their own heads, and on the hoad of thoir
Tho chapter giving a minuto account of the
facts and circumstances attending the "shack
ling" of tho illustrious prisoner, foruiB ono of
tho rooBt thrilling narratives in all history.
Thero is nothing liko it in tho vast domain
of fiction. ThiB modo8t tale, brief, simplo
and unadorned, will stand as a lasting memo
rial of disgraco iiguin.t the authors and abet
tors of this dark deed of damning, dastardly
cruelty. Not fivo hundred "anniversary .lay
mootings," nor all tho sontimontal drivol so
copiously shod ovor tho poor negro's imag
ined wrongs, can o'or offaco tho print of
thoso iron Bhacklos. Major-Gonoral MILES,
wo aro informed, is the present happy
possessor of this emblom of American hu
manity and civilization, in the yoar of grnco
ono '.houBand eight hundred and sixty-five.
Tho '-shackles" will doubtless provo a troas
urod heir-loom in the General's family, and
from generation to generation will servo "to
point a moral and adorn a talo."
In our next issue we Bhall publish this
chapter, and wo fool assurod that the cry of
"shamo, shame,"-wrung from DAVIS in the
agony of his deeply-wounded manhood,-will
bo re-echoed with a strangely earnest ompha
8?8 from the heart and BOUI of every reader.
The book before UB is beautifully printed
in the old English type, now BO fashionable.
And while we were reading about the "black
smith," tho illusion gradually stole over us
that wo were porusing a chronicle of tho bar
barities of the Middle Ages. But we soon
remembered our mistake. Illustrious state
prisoners in those days wore not -baokled."
Tho donjon keep was doomed sufficiently ?e
ouro oven for RICHARD OF THE LION HEART.
NAPOLEON was a prisoner on tho rooky isle,
under no gentle gaolors, but ho was not
shackled. It was reserved for these apostles
of Hborty and higher-law Christianity, in this
second half of the nineteenth century, to rivet
iron fetters on a helpless, feeble old min,
worn almost to a skeleton by years of disease
and bodily suffering. This, too,in tho strong
est fortress in America, whon thero was not
the least shadow of a prospect of any effort
at escapo, or of intention or purpose on tho
part of any one to rescue or release him.
WANTED, A SITUATION, BY A RE
SPECTABLE WOMAN, us Child's Nur-, and
8ca_stref<s, or to do olminberwork and housework.
Reference given If required. Apply at No. 4 ST.
PHILIP STREET._1?_June 29
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN THOROUGH
LY competent to jnanage a ?rst-class Wholesale
and Bo tai I Grooery, In this city; must bo able to Influ
ence trade, both city and country. Nono need apply
except thoroughly conversint with the bnslucg.. Ad
dress, stating references, ko.,
Jnne 29_a_J. HAMILTON. Box No. 87.
EMPLOYMENT -'ANTED, BY A YOUNG
man, a resident of Charleston, in any capacity.
Ia a good bookkeeper, and willing to make himself use
ful In any business. Best of references furnished.
Address MUBO, O lass Box No. 16, Charleston P. O.
EOOMS WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN DE
SIRES to hire for himself and family a suite of two
or three Rooms of comfortable 8 zeand genteel location,
with modern conveniences, bath, Ac, with tho privi
lege ot i ho uso of a stable for his horse. Must bo loca
ted in the Southon, or Southwestern part of the city.
Apply to SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Brokers, Ko. 27 Broad street.
June 27_ wlniS
WANTED, U\ A YOUNG MIN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesale or Retail D17 Ooods or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been in that business on bis own account. He will
study the intorest of his employer, and Is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no objoct. Best
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postofflco, or apply at this ofOce. June 11
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY OF A
thorough English education, who bas been for
several years ongaged In teaching, a POSITION AS
TEACHER, or In any capacity in which a foin al?, can be
employed, either in the city or country, as nucosslty will
compel her to accept any service she can procure. Her
chlor objoct will bo to obtain ahorne, of which abo is now
destitute and only very slight compensation, beside,
would bo required, Satisfactory references can bo fur
nlsbe I. Please address, slating particulars, Miss
HELEN CLARKSON, Charleston, 8. O.
June 37 t 12
TO BENT, &o.
FOR RENT IaOW, TO AN APPROV ED
tenant, that large and commodiou. HOUSE corner
of East Bay and Iuspeotlon streets, contal nlng 8 square
rooms, pin try, dressing rooms, and basements; Lot
oxtends to Washington street, with House that may bo
rented. PIN0KNEY BROS.,
Jane 20_tut_>orth Atlantic Wharves.
TO RENT, IN HUMMKHVILLK, A HOUSE
containing six rooms, with all roq.it?ite outbuild
ings ; it is within a fow minutes' walk of tho depot. Par
sons wlBhlng to rent furnished rooms oin ootain them
by applying at tbo same place. For lurthor particulars,
apply at this omeo. 8* June 28
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
MULE STOL.EN.-2* DOLLARS HE
WARD.-Stolon from my stable, at Banner's
Cross Roads, Ht James' Goose Creek Parish on Tues
day night, June 20th, a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
abor t 12 years old, in good condition. Sal?! Mule is
about 13 bands high, and has white hair about the hoad
indicating ago. A reward of $25 will bo paid for infor
mation loidiiiLt to tbe recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will bo given (or ovlJenco sufDoient to
convict the thief. AWres? tho andomlgned, at Ban
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Conder Ofllco, Charleston,
S. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
LOBT, A fILV. R-MODNTBD MEER
SCHAUM PIPE; suppose- to have boon left In tho
rotr roach ol the Northeastern Railroad yesterday. The
Auder will be liberally rewarded by leaving tbo samo at
the office of tho Charleston Hotel. Juno 25
ni.v?. i.r. sTorv GLOB.
THE STOCKHOLDERS AND MEMBEB8 OF THE
Chsrleston Club Honso, aru roquostod to meet at
tho Mills House, To-Morr?wHvtning, at 5 o'clock.
I. O. ?. F., MARION liUDOHL No. ii.
THE QUAllTElll y MKETINO OF THI8 LODGE
will bo h"lil This Evniing. ut the usual hour, when
tho olectlon of ?rfllcprs will tuko place for the ciiHiiini:
term. Tho Arreur List will ho read and ru lu enforced.
Moulin?T will govern tbcinselvoi accordingly.
Uy order. ?J. F. D. PETI t,
June 29 1* Secrutary.
WAL.TK.HUOKOUGIl MALK AUJVDKDIY.
THE TRUSTEES OF TUE W VLTEHUOROUGU
Malo Academy announce that tho Institution has
been rp-ornnnized, and I? no-v In surcosaful operation,
under tho direction of tin? ltev. E. E. BELLINGER as
Principal. .Mr. BdUofer 1? a gentleman of hUb classi
cal attainments, and of long oxporleuco 48 a teachor. Stu
dents desirous of obtaining n. classical oduo-Ulon will hu
prepared for sdiulssiou iuto any Oollego, The next
quarter will cominonco on Monday, 2d July. Ternm of
Tuition f 15 per?]iiartor.
Bonni can ho obtained In private, families on moder
ato turinB. Apply to tue Principal, or tho undersigned,
at Walterboroagli. TUOMA-? LINING,
June 30 U President board of Trustees.
LATE ASSI-JTANT WITH MU. J. D. GEDDING8.
will opon a SCHOOL on ?lfon<fay, July 2d.
Fur terms, ?ko., apply at No. 07 Coming street, three
doors Soutn of Calhoun. A. DOTY, Jn.
Itofors, by perinlfwlon, to J. D. Geddlugs, Esq., J. A.
Enslow, Esq., and Jos. L. Enslow, Esq.
Juno 27 4*
FOU s A I, K, A 1.1? TUA r LOT OK LA NI),
with two and a hair story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 Houth-Btrcot, having double piazza nud commo
dious baBciuunt, Ano elstern and well. Tho houso is
now mid in good ropnlr, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms and partit-murs, apply to
B. A. & J. T. EARLY,
Juno 15 Northwest corner Marko) and East Bay.
FOR SAMS-SKCOiD HAND l'UINTING
CRESSES AND TYPE lu good ordor.
Fonts of Ilourgoolfl, Poarl. Nonpareil, Minion, otc.
SMITH HANI) PRESS- Platon, 22>?x27 luches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRE83-Platen, 22x23 Inches; bed,
24 *4x35?i Inches.
WA>HINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22;?x28.<4'
inches; boil. 23x30 Inches.
HUE HAND PRESS-Platen, 22?ix28 inches; bed, 26>?5
x31 K inches.
RUGGLE8' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington. Deb
or J. w. MCMILLAN,
May 8 At this Ortico.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the firm of J. F. WALKER & CO.. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. F. WALKER.
June 16 f3 O. D. PRENTISS.
IS. HI. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIH OFFICE TO NO. 34 CHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-street _ _May 30
PHIVAT-S BOARDING, - IM?1 It ni A M-iNT,
Transient, and Day Boarders can bo handsomely
accommodated at the PontheaBt corn.-r o? Meeting und
Market streets Fine rooms and accommodation for
families, at reasonable rates. lino Mav 28
8TATE OF80UTH CAROLINA-BERKLEY DISTRIOT.
"POLLED BEFORE ME, BY WM. HENRY SINKLER,
J. ofEutaw. a Bay Mare and Colt. 8ald Mare is of a
bay color; about thirteen bauds high; six years old, and
branded in four places with letters J F T or J D T, and
appraised at eighty dollars. Tho Colt Is also a bay -, about
lil teen months old; branded In two places like tho Mare,
and appraised st thirty-live dollars.
THOMAS W. PORCHER, Notary Public.
Eutawviile, May 23th, 18C6._fi_Juno 15
OFFICE CLERK OF CODNOIL, 1
JUNE, 27, 1866. j
OWNERS OF HACKNEY COACHES. CARRIAGES
.-.?-? nuviBuouo, -?k.? ?,1.-.. ?_lu- Oiuul - USOS.
uro hereby noliilr- to call at this ofllco and obtain tbo
Rates of Faro, printed in card form, for the purpose of
having tho same placed in a conspicuous place in Buch
vehicles, for the benefit of all concerned. The secoi d
soc<Ion of tbo ordinance 1? published for information:
8ECTION 2 -Tbo rates of firo o.tabiiBhed by this or
dinani-n. printed in the fi.rai ?if a ?-ard, with tho nanni
of the owner or owners printed thereon, examiuo'l and
certified by. tho Mayor of the city, shnll be attacned to
somo conspicuous placo on tho inside of every omnibus,
carriage or hack, plying for hire; and thora is lu roby
Imposed a fine of ?ve ?,&) dollars for every nej-lect of tbo
Bsme, to bo paid by the owner or owners of such omni
bus, carriage or hack.
By ortler of the Mayor. W. H. SMITH,
June 28_6_Clerk of Council.
DIRECT FROM THE BRITISH LOOM8, ABOUT
2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFEDERATE
BLUE GREY CLOTH, manufactured ?xpressly for civil
ian's Htimnit r wear, and to be sold In Suite, or small
lots, to buyers, by applying to HENRY TRENOHARD,
Importer of British Woolen Cloths, Nos. 17 and l8
Excbango-street, behind the Old Postofflcc, Charleston,
mr Will barter for Wool._Imp_June 28
N NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, Ao.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
Juno 6 ______j_Hayne-street.
AND FRACTIONAL CURRENCY BOUGHT BY
P. H. KEGLER,
Jnno 25_(J_No 10 Broad streot.
THE TIDE WILL SERVE MORNING AND EVEN
ING this week, at White Point Garden Bathing
House. P. KILROY,
A SPLENDID BUGGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
8bait, suitable for two or four pomona; mudo by
Wood Bro., New Vork. For furthor information, in
quire at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Mooting and
Market streets. Jane 14
Arrivals by Sts. Mtoneka and Saragossa.
DBS. RAOUL ft LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY 7HE
above steimers a large aud select supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTIOLtS. Aleo. CONGRESS,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATERS, and a fall assort
ment ol PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINE-?.
To Merchants. Tradesmen.& Others.
PBLOT 3c SHSBFESB-.,'
Adjusters of Books and Accounts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING UP,
Adjusting and Balanc?n? Booka. . Will also en
gage to conduct books, make out ace junta, ko., by the
month or year, on reaaouablo terras.
Bookkeepers assisted at their places of business.
Office at thol&Commercial School Room,
Corner of Wentworth and King streets.
Juno 27 lmo
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
TBI8 COMPANY HAVING BEEN PUTIN POSSES
SION of their offlco, No. 20 BRO AB STREET, are
now prepared to ISSUE POLICIES ON BUILDINGS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM M. MARTIN. Presldont.
HUGH B. BANK
WM. O. B?.E.
AROU'D S. JOHNSTON,
0HAB. V. CHAMBERLAIN,
J. REID BOYL8TON,
JOHN B. LAFIITB.
JOSEPH W HIL DEN.
Juno 13 wfin? Beert tary and Treasurer.
TUB AURORA BUREAUS,
Y MEANS OP THE DINOFTBIO LANTERN,
illustration??, of theso ri-ui.irk.ible phonomona ,
called by r,i.a*.__.?i- "THE NORTH fcUN LIGHTS," will
be given In tho
CHAPEL OF THE COLLEGE Ol' CHARLESTON,
TOMORROW [SATURDAY) AK/W/_V6', AT Q%
THE OXY-HYDROGEN OR DRUMMOND LIGHT
will bo used In ItlO-tnatlog tin- Lui toms for Illustrating
Life and Scene? In tho Aictic Regions.
?SQUIMEAUX VILLAGE -DAY SCENE-ES
QUIMEAUX VILLAGE-ATTACK OF
THE POLAR BEAR-NIGHT SCENE,
ILLUaMINATED HY MOVABLE
DR. KANE, DR. HAYS, BONSAL, BROOK,
AND MORTON IN THE ?SHIP-WINTER
QUARTERS - PORTRAITS OF DR.
KANE AND KIK JOHN
Six viettR of tho in?-ii ri-uiarW ibu? InroflU as soon by
Ross, Frinkliu, Plot, Kauo, auJ others, viz:
THE SCROLL-TUR HIBBON-TUE BELT
THE CURTAIN-TUE RAINBOW
PART . ECOND.
ILLVSTIUTIOSS OF BACHED AM) PltOFAMt IHST-RY.
JACOB IN TREATY WITH LIBAN FOR THE
HAND OF RACHEL-RACHEL'S TOMB
riLGBIM- BATHING IN THE RIVER
JORDAN-THE LAKE OF TIBE
RIAS-PORTB AIT OF THE
QUEEN OF SHEBA.
THE CHILDBEN'S DANCE-THE 8PIRIT
Exhibition to concludo With MOVADLE CHROMA
TROPES or Artificial Fire Works.
Tickets fifty cents each, lo be had at tho door.
June 29 2
_cr -iirnocrciit ?vi- am SRontaa, ten Oten .iii au
-clocare ijarm ein ?Vic Slit abb.-tcit. 1>ai -CUtitljc
?UM-tttfl unt> bic ftrcuttbc bei Sertira. ftnt> frciinb(id>ft,
jut SE^ciln ,<mc cinnclubcii.
Ucbcrcinliinft ift getroffen werben mit bet South Caro
lin- (Slfciilialvii. nub ioerben bic Mat um 9 lljfr IDtoraenS,
imbi Ityr'Jtai. littaga ne? San ?traue ?.iT bein _cfl=
??ilc _rfrif<biint. n if! be ft cn 8 acforgt.
_intrttt-f?utcn ftnt ?mi 0f|ty(_t| f?r r>i) Gent, ju Yaljeri,
.h. 5- til? 1er. R. ftat-ltu. t. OJ. 21 orfcu.it}.
IS -led?, li. -?lebte.
June _- 3
THE LADIES OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY
COMMUNION intend having a FAIR, at tho Industrial
School Building, in Ashley-street, ono door north of
Cannon-street, on tho 28th, 20th and 30th of June, for
the Benefit of the Church Mu-c lui. been secured.
Doors open at 8 o'clock P. M. on Thursday and Fri
day, and from 12 o'clock M. to 7 P. 31 on Saturday.
Admittance, 25 cents. Children 10 cents.
The patronage of the public is solicited.
Tho following Gentlemen have boon requested to
assist the Ladies:
JNO. HANCKEL, T. D. WAGNER,
HDTSON LEB, H. 8. HAINES,
H. L. TOOMEB, B. H. MoDOWELL,
M. T. BARTLETT, W. E. HA3KELL, Ja.
JNO. D. ALEXANDER.
Jnne 10 5
C. J. .Ell-I-EDK-LL,
_NTO. 87 LINK STR_E_
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DK90RIPTION AND BUILD
INO MATERIAL constantly on hind at tbelowe.t
Juno 29 ftillyr
JEROME P. CHASE.WM. J. NORRIS.
JEROME P. CHASE & CO.,
.JOURT STREE. REAR OF HOTEL,
FLORENCE, S. C,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE CITIZENS OF
Darlington, Marlon aud Chesterfield Districts, to
their large and choleo assortment of DRY GOODS,
HAT8, SHOES, OROCKERY, HARDWARE, GROCE
RIES, ko., ko., Ac, which aro ofTurod at prices as cheap
a? can be obtained in tho interior. Call and or?-lue
onr atocle and prices. 2 _June 29
PRISON LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS.
A limited supply received at
Jnne 28_2_No. 0 BROAD-STREET.
COPIES OF OEN. R. E. LEE'S FAREWELL AD
DRESS to tho Army of Northern Virginia.
For sale at
COURTE NT AY'S,
Jnne 4 _No. 0 BRO AI -TttEBR
In GaJJKAT V.1UIKTY,
At tho ** _____** ton B____M
No. C21 KINO STREET.
T_ _?. FORRESTON,
JOBBER AND DEALER IN GERMAN, FRENCH,
ENOLIHH AND AMEIUCAN TOYS, HOSIERY,
TRIMMINGS, FANOY GOODS. YANKEE NOTIONS.
HATS, CAPS, FLAGS, BANNERS, ko., kc.
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