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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITF.
srTHB LIST OP JLIB?TTH?RS re
mninins in the Poetoffioe at the ?ml
of euora week is published o?tloinlly
In TUBS I->A.IXiY NEJ^WS every BV1
Eight hundred and sixty thousand dollars have
beon Bubscribod toward the Knoxville and Cin
THROCKMORTON, the conservativo candidate for
Governor of Texas, received a large majority in
Galveaton on Monday at tho election, and will
moat probably bo oleoted.
Tho Union Bank of Tennessee has acknowledg
ed tho validity of Confodorato obligations, and
tho robot debts in that community aro being paid
Seven now casos of chilera wera roportod in
Elizabeth, N. J., on Tnosday last. Govornor
WAHD sent a committee to find out if the disoaso
was roally oholera, and they report that it is un
doubtedly the terrible epidemic.
The proprietor of tho Brooklyn Eagle has been
summoned to answer for au allogod libellous publi
cation against PIERCE REGAN, District Centre of
the Fenian Brotherhood of L nig Island. Darna -
goa are laid at twenty thousand dollar B.
At a very large meeting of tho Second Presby
terian Congregation, Rev. STUART ROBINSON, their
Pastor, was sustained by an overwhelming ma
jority. New elders were elected, and strong
minutes adopted endorsing tho Louisville Pres
bytery against tho General Assembly.
The tornado which visited Buffalo on Monday
afternoon broke two schooners from the moor
ings, damaged cloven buildings, killed one man
and one woman, and seriously injured another.
The storm lasted half an hour, and was the se
verest one known for many yearB in that locality.
On tho 27th tilt., in tho Connecticut Legislature
the House concurred with the Senate in ratifica
tion of the Constitutional Amendment, by a
straight party vote. A hundred guns were fired
on tho Green in honor of the occasion. Connec
ticut is the first Stato to ratify tho Amendment.
The New York Herald of the 27th ult. says: "No
fresh cases of cholera were reported to tho Board
of Health in this oity yesterday. In Brooklyn a
Frenchman was attacked with all the symptoms
of cholera, on Sunday last, and yesterday the at
tending physicians reported him in a fair way
The Freodmon'B Bureau Court, trying the caae
of General WHITTLESEY, is now in session in
Raleigh, N. C. Of course the accused pleads no t
guilty, and the N. Y. Tribune's corresponden t is
confident that when Generals FULLERTON and
STEEDMAN are subpoenaed, and appear in
Court, "the boot will be found to be on the other
log." Wo shall aee.
The Legislature of Tennessee, by a statute
adopted May 26, 1865, having made it the duty of
the civil authorities of the State to provide for all
pauper and sick freedmen, just the same as for
white persons, the relief establishments of the
Frocdnien's Bureau, Buch as hospitals and dis
pensaries, have been ordered to be di Boon tinned
from and after the 30th day of June.
Five columns in Saturday's Indianapolis Herald
are filled with descriptions of the great Demo
cratic meeting held in that city on Friday evening,
and reports of the speeches delivered on that oc
casion by Hon. J. E. MCDONALD, Gen. MINSON,
Hon. ROBERT LOWBY and others. Everything
passed off pleasantly, and the enthusiasm aroused
by the eloquent speakers was unbounded.
Information of a reliable character lias been re
ceived here to the effect that tho Tennesaee Legis
lature is again to be brought to a dead lock in the
approaching extra session. It is understood that
the members who are opposed to the constitu
tional amendments will refuse to appear, which
will leavo the General Assembly at least two mem
bers short ofaquornm. In this way the Demo
crats hope to defeat the ratification of the amend
The Atlanta New Era says : "The new Army
Bill, passed the HOUBO of Representatives a few
days since, 'prohibts anybody who Berved in the
civil or military' of the Confe doracy, from enter
ing the United Statoa army. Lot Southern men
remember this. The United States can fight its own
battles! Let it do so. Southern men every whpre
say amen. Let us all remember that should the
United States bocomo involved in a foreign war,
it is unlawful for any Sonthern man to enter the
army of the United States."
The Now York Herald Bays: "Our correspondent
with Generals STEEDMAN and FULLERTON, on their
tour of inspection through tho distric ts icfectod
with the Freodmon's Bureau, writing from Jack
son, Miss., reveals the old story of peculation,
bribery and corruption in that State. The agents
wore principally intent on making money by ex
tortion from the whites and blacks, and a chap
Iain, among others, is reported as having warmly
feathered his nest by this moans. Theso parties
had all withdrawn, however, before tho arrival of
tho inspectors/and tho military in the District of
Mississippi wore discharging the duties very
The Savannah Republican, of Friday , says: "We
leam on yesterday a gentleman on the Savannah
Road hired a white man who came to his house
cocking for work, with two small children. The
lady of the house, who is tbo BOUI of gonerosity,
supplied them with milk, biscuits, and meat for
breakfAHt. Soon after getting breakfast (the gon
tloman having loft for Burke County) the man
got up and throw a ton cent fractional currenoy
on the table, and started to leave. Upon being
hailed by tho lady, he stated that he had put
down on tho table enough to pay for what ho and
bin children had oaten. This is a cool way to raise
a breakfast. Wo havo hoard of several freedmen
engaging to work, and after getting a meal, leave,
Every vagrant should be arrested atonoe."
ggr All communications intended for publication in
this journal mutt be addressed to the Editor of
the Batty New?, No. l8 Uayne-street, Oharletton,
8. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be aocompa
nied with the cash._
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MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1 ?>.
THE UNION CONVENTION.
In Saturday's paper wo published a call
for a convention of the consorvotivo mon of
the country, to bo hold in Philadelphia on
tho fourteenth of August. Giving a plain
and common sonso oooBtruotion to tho tor m s
of the oall, wo noticed it editorially, and re
commended to the South an earnest partici
pation in the proceedings of the convention.
Since writing that article wo have receiv
ed a letter from a gentleman of this State,
now in Washington, in which ho Bays that in
the Intelligencer, of June 29, there is an arti
ole stating that the National Union Conven
tion will not tolerate mon who have been dis
unionists. He says further, that this state
ment is no doubt by authority.
We regret to be compelled to believe that
Buoh should be the faot. And wo hope
that the friends of the Union, both North
and South, should still e!ect delegate" to tho
Philadelphia Convention, aB they aro certain
ly entitled to do under the call, UHIOSB it is
further explainod. Lot the representatives
of all the conservative olements of the nation
meet in Philadelphia, and then if the South
is excluded from participation in that nation
al assembly, the men of the North will do it
with their oyog open, and bo responsible for
all the consequences.
THE WAR BEG UN.
Although we have no nows as yet of any
armed encounter of the hostile troops, and
the roar of tho opening cannon has not yet
crossed the seas, war has been deolared in
Germany; the armies of the Confederation
are being mobilized; the Prussian troops have
entered Holstein, and still later have march
ed into Saxony and Hanover. There are ru
mors also about an engagement near Leipsio,
but this lacks confirmation. There may still
be hopes of peaoe, though we see none. When
Prussia first assumed her present defiant atti
tude, it was hoped that a resort to arms may
be avoidod by tho mediation of one or two
friendly foreign powers. Next we heard of
the European Congress, which again raised
the hopes of the lovers of peace; this also
having failed, the meeting of the Diet at
Frankfort was looked to as the last resort;
and thore were Borne even who thought that
the decided disapproval of the polioy of
Prussia by the Confederate representatives
might detor that power from pursuing a
course so arbitrary and un-Gormnn.
We did not share those hopes. BISMARK,
who controls the destinies of Prussia, knew
how unpopular his course has boen at home.
At least it is to be supposed that he is oon
Boious of the odium in whioh he stands among
his people, when he found it necessary to
turn the members of the House of Commons
out of doors, and shut up the Chamber. Wo
know also, thut an attempt at his life has
recently boen made by a young enthusiast;
and that peaoe petitions oome flocking in to
the King, even to this day, from every city,
town and hamlet of the kingdom. To go to
war under such circumstances, with a great
foreign power, is a moBt unusual and highly
hazardous course. ' According to the Artiolea
of Confederation, adopted in 1815, all diffi
culties arising between German powers are
to be left to tho arbitrament of the Federal
Diet at Frankfort, whose decisions are final.
Austria was willing all along to refer the
Schleswig-Holstein imbroglio to this tri
bunal; but Prussia, apparently having no
confidence in the justice of her pretensions,
uniformly refused this referenoe; and when
Austria at last oonvened the Diet, and laid
the question before it, BISMARK held that
her course was equivalent to a declaration of
war, in consequence of the violation of the
agreement made between these two powers
by the Convention of Gastoin,-where it was
resolved, that all disputes arising between
Prussia and Austria in relation to tho settle
ment of the sovereignty of the Elbe Duchies,
were to bearrangod by themselves, and not to
be laid before the Diet.
BISMARK appealed to the people of Ger
many, i. c, be proposed a German Parlia
ment, members of which were to be eleoted
by universal suffrage;-a general convention,
by our nomenclature,-an extra-constitutional
assembly. We cannot think that the Prus
sian Premier entertained any hopes of secur
ing tho approbation of euch a body; or that
he seriously intended respecting its deoision,
if adverse to his polioy. What his real aim
was in tho proposition, we have no means of
knowing; but most probably nothing more
than to gain time for tho exeoution of his
projects in Holstein.
The German Diet has mot, and by a con
siderable majority deolared in favor of Aus
tria. Prussia, therefore, now stands arrayed
against all Germany,-from twenty-five to
thirty millions of her natural allies: and this,
too, as we have seen, at a tibie when tho
King's government is most unpopular all
through his owii dominions. The casus belli
is BO trivial, so manifestly unjust, that we can
not be surprised at the course the minor Ger
man States have adopted. Prussia goes to
war purely for territori al aggrandisement,-?
whioh has long since ceased to be a j tut tnd
suffioient ground for war. Moreover, tbo peo
plo of Holstein aro almost to a man oppoBod
to Prussian rule. While determined to bo ?
Germans and to remain an integral pnrt of
that country, they aro equally dotormincd to
presorve thoir own identity or nationality
intact, and will oast their suffragos for tho
Duke of Augustenburg (tbo protege of Aus
tria) as thoir sovoroigu.
Italy ?8 tbo ally of Prussia, and great cal
culations aro basod upon the moral and ma
terial assistance to be derived from this ac
cession. The cause of Italian unity has such
strong claims upon tbo pootic sympathy of
tho world that BISMARK makes use of it ns a
strong card. What though Austria has as
good a titlo to Venetia as King WILHELM to
tho Mark Brondonburg,-it matters not; tho
Italian "detests" el tedesco (aB NAPOLEON doos
the treaties of 1815); GARIBALDI and his
100,000 volunteers cry "Viva la guerra!"
and Venice must and shall be free. To bo
euro the King of Italy cannot fiad oven a dip
lomatic pretext upon which to found n decla
ration of war. Making war against a good
Catholio sovereign, like tho Emperor of AUB
tria, GARIBALDI adopts tho singular polioy
(for an Italian, and fighting with Catholio
troops) of throwing himself ontiroly upon
Protestant sympathy, even going BO far as to
speak of the papal rule ns "the bondage and
tyranny of an impostor." Poor old P?o NONO!
Why of all thmgs should ho bo called an
impostor? Wo should think if any sovereign
on tho globe had a good and unimpoachable
title to his dominions, tho Pope of Rome is
that prince. We learn from very good au
thority that much of what i? road about the
great numbers of Italian volunteers, their
ardent and inoontrollable enthusiasm, and the
great preparations for war making on the
south of the Alpe,-is mero sound and fury;
manufactured wholesale by tho Italian cor
respondents of the French papers.
But grant that all this enthusiasm is gen
uine, and further, that the quarrel of the
Italian is a just one,-i. c, that the people of
Venetia have a right to determino who shall
rule them; and that in this lies the great
strength of Italy as an ally. If this be so,
then Pruesia muBt be singularly weak, mor.
ally and materially,-for in hor case we have
the reverse of all this. She has no "legiti
mate'-' title to Holstein, and we have already
shown the determined and porsistent opposi
tion the people of those Duchies manifest
against being gobbled up by BISMARK'?
greedy maw. Then how can the advooatos
of liberty and progress range themselves on
the Bide of Prussia ? We confess that we
have to do.violence to our feelings and pre
judices in siding with Austria and against
Prussia. But justice first, and sentiment
afterward. This whole quaarel ia one of
princes and not of the people. The latter
aro moro cat's paws, whom their Serene Iligh
esness aro willing to "use." But what matters
our protest A war they will have, and the
fairest land on this globe ia perhaps even now
being turned into a wilderness. Our extracts
from the foreign papers show the present
position of the respective armies. The battle
ground in all probability will be muoh the
same as during the greater part of the thirty
years' war. We shall not indulge in further
speculations as regards the probable results.
We do not like to contemplate the success
of either side, as it must necessarily involve
the defeat of the other, and involve a large
loss of life, and an immensity of suffering and
distress to the whole of Germany. The war
ia very unnatural, jost as muoh so as was
ours, from which wo have just emerged. We
can cite no stronger instance of a fratricidal
WASHER AND IROHER WANTED.
Wanto ', s WOMAN to wash and Iron. Apply at
No. 61 WENTWORTH-8TBEET. 1* July 2
?/?ANTED, AT THE FOUR MILE HOUSE,
VV a WOMAN, to cook sod take charge of two or
three cow?. One from the country preferred, flood
wages given. Apply at No. 3 PRINCESS STREET.
WANTED, A STORK ON KING STREET,
between Liberty and Market streets. Address
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
May 28 row - Pavilion Hotel.
WANTED, A YOUNO MAN THOROVOH
LY competent to manage a first-class Wholesale
and Ratall Grocery, In this city; must bo able to influ
ence trade, both olty and country. None need apply
except thoroughly conversant with the business. Ad
dress, stating roforencca, ko..
Jane 29 S J. HAMILTON, Box No. 87.
EMPLOYMENT 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 bnalnoss. Best of references famished.
Address MERO, Olass Box No. IS, Charleston P. O.
ROOMS WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN DE
SIRES to hire for himself and family a snlte nf two
or three Rooms of comfortable a zeand genteel location,
witta modern convenience?, bath, he, with the privi
lege ol i Le use of a stable for his horse. Must bo loca.
tod In tho Southern or Southwestern part of tho olly.
Apply to SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY.
Real Estate Brokers, No. 27 Broad streot.
June 27 wimS
WANTED, BV A YOUNG MIN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesalo or Retail Dry Ooods or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of the Dry Ooods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Orocory Business, hav
ing been In that business on his own account. He will
study the Interest of his employer, and is willing to
make himself gonerally useful. Salary no objoot Best
of references famished. Address "F." through the
Post?nico, or apply at this office. June 11
WANTED. BY A YOUNG LADY OP A
thorough English ?ducation, who has boen for
several yoars engaged in toaoblng, a POSITION AS
TEAOHER, or to any capacity In which a fomale can bo
employed, either in the olty or country, as necessity will
com pul her to accept any servlco she can prooure. Her
oblef object wlltbo to obtain ahorne, of which she Is now
destltato, and only very slight compensation, beside,
wonld be required. Satisfactory references can bo fat
Dialled. Ploaio addross. stating particulars, Miss
1IKL1?N CLARKSON, Charleston, 0. 0.
June 27 13
K. M. WHITING,
OOBONEB ANO MAGISTRATE,
TTAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 84 OIIAL
JtX. MERS-STREET, North aide, next door to Mr.
MoIM NuT Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Moot
Ing-stroet. May 80
FIRST PRESBVTKIUAI? CflUltCII.
rr\HE REGULAR SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
X Corporation will bo held at fho Oburcb, This A f.
.ernoon, at 6 o'clock. 1 July 2
CAROMNA MUTUAL. IN ?UICAWCKT"Col?i>
THE REOULAR ANNUAL MEETINO WILL BE
held at tho Gorman Encino llouac, in Chalmers
street. This Day, tho 2il July next, at Ton o'clock,
when the President's report ?ill ho made, tho annual
apBORRinont collected, and tim etoottona of officeT take
place. JOHN A. WAOBMEB.
July 2 1 _ I'rcBidcnt.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CARoV
rpiIE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETINO WILL
_L toko place at Eight P.M., Till? PAY.
J. FORD PlilOLEAL', M. D..
July 2 1 Secretary pro tom.
A MONTHLY MEtTINO OF THE CHARLESTON
MECHANIC SOCIETY will be hold This Evening,
at tho Masonic nail, at 8 o'clock. JOSEPU GUY,
July 2_I Secretary 0. M. 8.
I? O. O. F.-II. W. GUANO ENCAMPMENT
OF THE 8TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE OFFI0ER8 AND MEM IIMIS AUE REQUESTED
to meet tho new Grand Patriarch for tho Installa
tion of tho Officers of tho Subord?nalo Kncampmontn
Palmetto Encampment, No. 1, I. O. O. F., on Monday, 2d
July, and Ashley Encampment, No. 3,1. C. O. F., on Mon
day Evening, 9lh July.
By order M. W. G. P.
July 2 1*_Grand Scribe.
I. O. O. F.-PALMKTTO EN C AMPM?NT~,
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS CAMP WILL
bo hold This 'Evening, at Eight o'clock. The nom
ination, election and Installation of Ofllcors for the
ensuing term will take place. Officers and members
will bo punctnal in attendance.
By order 0. P.
July 2 1?_C. F. P. PETIT, Scribe.
SOLOMON LUOUK, No. ?TATST M.
THE MONTHLY COMMUNICATION WILL DE
holden in Masonic Hall This Evening, tho 2d lnat.,
at 8 o'clock. Members and candidate* will attend punc
tually. Py order of W. M.
July 2_1*_W. A. WIL80N, 8ecreUry.
CHARLESTON li. ANO L. CO. NO. 1.
ATTEND 2 HE REGULA h. MEETING OF THE
COMPANY, to be hold at the Truck House, This
Evening, July 2d. at 8 o'clock P. M.
The penalty for tardy attendance will bo rigidly en
forced. By order. JOSEPH HILTON,
July 2 1 Becrotary.
PALMETTO FTKE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company, This Evening, at ft o'clock pre
cisely. G. R. DUNN,
July 2_1_ Secretary P. F. E Co.
HOPE PIKE ENGINE COM**ANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY, to be held This Evening, tho 2d Inntant, at
half-past 8 o'clock, at the Engine House. A punctual
attendance is requested.
By order. DE LA MOTTE CANTER.
July a_1_ 8ocretary H. F E. Co.
CHARLESTON CLUB HOUSE. '.
A MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS IN THE
Charleston Club Lot and Buildings will be held
Thursday Eeening next, 6th lust. 3 July 2
SAVINGS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
Savings Building and Loan Association will be
held To-Morroio Afternoon, 3d inst., at 5 o'clock, at the
Office of B. McCafl, No. 61 Broad-street. A full attend
ance Is requested. J. H. COLBURN,
June 2 2 Socrotary and Treasurer.
THE UNDEE8IGNED HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATBD
with him in partnership, hiB two sons, JOHN R.
HERIOT, JB.. and BASIL M. HERIOT, under tbe origi
nal firm of WILLIAM B. HERIOT A CO , for conducting
in this place, as heretofore, the business of Bankers and
Insurance Agents. WILLIAM B. HERIOT.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM,
In the AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINBBH, Mr. WILLIAM A. BOYCE. Tho business
will hereafter be conducted in tbe name of GANTT &
BOY0E. Office Charleston Library Building, North
west corner Broad and Church streets.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
MULE STOLEN-?> DOLLARS RE
WARD.-Stolen from my stable, at Danner's
Cross Roads, St James' Goose Creek Parish, on Tues
day night, June 26th, a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
about 12 years old, In good condition. Said Mule Is
about 13 hands high, and has white hair about the head
indicating age. A reward of $25 will be paid for infor
mation louiln?,' to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be giren for evideuco sufflalent to
convict the thief. Address the underaigned, at Dan
ner's Cross Roads, or at the Courier Office, Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
OST, A MLVi-.R.fllUUNTEO M E E R
80HAUM PIPE; supposed to have been left in the
rear coach of the Northeastern Railroad yestorday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the Bame st
the office of the Charleston Hotel. June 26
FOO. SALE, THE TWO AND A HALE
8tory WOODEN DWELLING, needing repairs, and
nil the mixed Lumber on the Farm on Rutledge Ave
nue, immediately north of Pudigon's Nursery. The
purchaser will be privileged to occupy the dwelling and
cultivate the farm until January next, at which date the
building rnnat be removed. Apply at TH.'S OFFICE.
June 30 2
OR MALE, ALL THAT LOT OK LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, having double plazca and comme
dlons basement, fine elstern and well. The house Is
new and In good repair, .and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms anrd particulars, apply to
B. A. & J. T. EARLY,
Jane IS Northwest corner Market and East Bay.
OR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpareil, Minion, etc
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>,x27 luches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 22\x28>i
Inches; bed, 22x86 Inches.
HOB HAND PRESS-Platen, 22,^x28 inches; bed, 26}?
x31 X Inches.
RUGGLE8' JOB PRESS-8tanding 8heet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DoL
Or J. W. McMIELAN,
May 8 At this Quice.
WALTERBOHOUGH MALE ACADEMY?"
THE TBU0TEE8 OF THE WALTEBBOROUGH
Male Aoadomy announce that the Inetito lion has
been re-organized, and la DO.V in successful operation,
under tho direction of the Rev. E. E. BELLINGER as
Principal. Mr. Bellinger is a gontloman of high classi
cal attainments, and of long experieuco as a teacher. Stu
dents desirous of obtaining a Mastica! education will be
propared for admission into auy College. The next
quarter will commence on Monday, 2d July. Tonne of
Tuition $15 per quarter.
Board can bo obtained In private familles on moder
ato terms. Apply to the Principal, or the undersigned,
at Walterborougb. THOMAH LINING,
Jane 20 fmw3 President Board of Trusteos.
PLEASANT ROOMS AND D VY HOARD
can be had In a deslrablo location, within three
minutes' walk of the Postofflce. Apply at this office.
Jone 80 2*
MOUNT PLEASANT, 1
CHRIST CHUBOH PABISH. JULY 2d, 1866. (
THE UNDERSIGNED l8 NOW PREPARED TO RE
CEIVE tboRETURN8and PAXES for the town of Mt.
Pleasant every TUESDAY and THURSDAY, from Four
P.M., to BlxP.M, (at the resldenco of Mrs. SIMONS),
until the 1st of August next, when his hooks will be
closed and executions lisuod against all defaulters.
EDWARD O. HALL, Town Treasurer.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE.
N ASSESSOR'S 0FFI0E.
SECOND COLLECTION DISTRICT, 8. C,
No. 48 BnoAD-6-r., CHARLESTON Juno 30,1866.
"iVl OTIOE l8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ANNUAL
_Ll LISTS, containing the assessments made and
taken within the District of Colleton for tho year 1885,
will remain open for examination, at tho office of BUN J.
B. GOODMAN, Assistant Assessor for the said District,
in Walterboro', during ono day, viz : the 11th of July
proximo; and that during said day appeals will be re
oelvod and determined relative to any aasessments
claimed to be erroneous contained in said Annual Lists.
AU appeals as aforesaid should bo made in writing,
specifying the nature and amount or error complained
o?. O. J. HA80ALL, Assessor.
July S 1
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imbi Ubr Watbmtttagl i>c?t Una 2traGc nu? tem T?cit
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l?mtnttiiartcn finb on iWflVl.it' file JO lient? jil bat-en.
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li. ?icrb, ?S, <5teble.
Juno '.*9 T j
M?L ! BALL ! BALL !
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE,.
TO BEGIVEN ON WEDNESDAY, JOLT 4TB COM
moncing at li) o>olOok. A. M.
MULLER'S BAND it? ciisagod. A.lmtttaiico ti.
J"'y 2_3?_JOIINJ?. MEYER A: CO.
THE Mil LiNTOHSS
ANOTRER EXHIBITION WILL BE GIVEN TO
MORROW (Tuesday) EVENING, at half-pant 8 o'clock, in
tho Chapel of the Collie? of Charleston.
The new programme will appear to-morrow.
LADIES' M?T?Ali AID ASSOCIATION.
THIS A8800IATION l8 NOW PREPARED TO EXE
CUTE NEEDLE WORK o? every description, and
tiloso having WORK to bo done, and aro dtspotsxl to
promoto this benevolent undertaking, will please make
application at tho DEPOSITORY, lu iialmorp-Htreet
PereonB wishing to obUin NEEDLE WORK from tho
Association will apply to tim Superintendents of their
respectivo WARDS, on TUESDAY of each woek, name
WARD NO. 1-Miss EMMA RAVENEL, No. 38 Meet
WARD NO. 2.-Miss MARIE OGIER, No. 8 Kin?
WARD No. 3.-Mrs. J. R. SIMONTON, No. 311 East
WABD NO 4.-M'ss ELLEN STEADMAN, King-street,
WARD NO 6.-Mrs. J. DEWEES, No. 10 Mary-street.
WAnn No. 6.-Mrs. G. CUISOLM, No. 102 St. PbR
WAnrj No. 7.-Mrs. GUY. No 308 Slootlng-street.
WABD NO. 8.-Mrs NEWTON. No. 92 Cannon-stteet.
W. F. DESAUSSUHE, 8o?rottry.
July 2_m hi 4
CHARLESTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
XO. 252 (IX THE DEXD) KING-STREET.
WILLIAM M. PKLOT, PAINCIPAL.
THE COUBSE OF INSTRUCTION EMBRACES BOOK
KEEPING, Arithmetic, Penmanship, Ace., on the
European and American system, including Pelot's Ab
breviated Donble Entry, all of which is Imparted by
Lecture and Practical Lessons.
ARTHUR P. LINING, Attorney at Law, will Leo
turo on Commercial Law, overy Monday Evening, at 8>?
o'clock. Admission free.
Senor G. JEMENEZ, Professor of Spanish and French,
is receiving ttudentB for day and evening classes; wUl
also Translate at moderate rates.
Balance Sheets for merchants, Books drawn out at
shortest notice, Visiting, Wedding and Business Carde
written to order.
Arrangements have been mode with Private Boarding
Houses to accommodato Students from abroad with
board at reduced prices. For terms and other particu
lars, apply at the College from 8 o'clock A. M. to 10 P.
M., or to WM. M. PELOT, Auciloncr, Commission
Merchant, Real Estate and Land Agent, No. 49 Broad
street 4 J"'y 2
W. Y, LEITCH,
No. 35 BROAD-STREET.
AS-REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, BOND3 AND OTHeR
SECURITIES, SOLD._12_July 2
ON NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES, 8TO0K8, BONDS. 4c.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS Si CO.,
THE TIDE WILL SERVE MORNINO AND EVEN
ING this week, at Whito Point Garden Bathing
House. P. KILROY,
A SPLENDID BUGGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
Shaft, suitable for two or four persoos; made by
Wood Bro., New York. For furthor information, In
quire at Phelan Billiard Boom, corner Meeting and
Market streets. June 14
DIRECT FROM THE BRITISH LOOMS, ABOUT
2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFEDERATE
BLUE GREY CLOTH, manufactured expressly for civil?
ian's Bummer wear, and to be sold in Suits, or small
lots, to buyers, by applying to HENRY TRENOHABD.
Importer of British Woolen Cloths, Nos. 17 and IS
Exchange-street, behind the Old Postofflce, Charleston,
;89- Will barter for Wool._lmo_June 28
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DRS. RAOUL k LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THB
above steamers a large and select supply of PER
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES. Also, 00N1RES8,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATER8, and a full assort
ment of PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINES.
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others?.
-P-RT.OT Se SHEBFESEB,
Adjusters of Books and Accounts,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING UP,
Adjusting and Balancing Books. Will also en
gage to conduct booka, make out acoyunta, ?ia, by the
month or year, on reasonable terms.
Bookkeepers assisted at their places of business.
Office at their Commercial School Room,
Corner ot Wentworth and King streets.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE MILLS HOUSE"
COAOHES will call for passongers in any part of
tho City, for Railroads or Steamboats, at Ono Dollar per
seat. DEIGHAN k BAKER,
June 80 10_Proprietors.
ARTHUR & ST?EDMAN,
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
PRACTICE AT UNION. SPARTANBURO, YORK?,
Ofllco at Union Conrt House, 8. 0. 6* Jnne 30
TO THE LADIES OF CHARLESTON.
LADIES PROMENADING ON THE BATTERY, ABB
respectfully Invited to call at FBABY'S LADIES' AND
GENTS' ICE CREAM PARLORS, at No. 8 Sonth Bay
Battery. The Ladles' Saloon la elegantly furnished,
and is conducted in first class style-excellent quality of
ICE CREAM, no uoise, no confusion, tho quietness of a
private' house-delightful CREAM SODA drawn from
Marble Fountain, with choice SYRUPS. This Saloon 1?
open every day and evening. Call and judge for your
selves. The upper balconies reserved for the especial
use of the Ladles on Saturday afternoons.
June 27 0 Bole Proprietor.