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Q. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
?WX-HK HIIST O_T __.__;__ TIERS re
miaiixiiiK in. the Postofaoe ?t the end
of eaoh week is _ml>lisl-e?-l offl?_ir?lly
to THE _3-_.I__r_r NKW8 every _Tri
The Scnato has confirmed DUFF GREEN as Unitod
States Marshal for Southern Mississippi.
Tho Mayor of Montgomery, Ala , flnos tho liack
itiDii $5 for awoaring in tho strcots of that oity.
A girl of thirteen and a votoran of ninety-ono
woro marriott iu Cairo, HI., last week.
It ia elated that tho lion. 0. EL BROWNING, O,*
IUinoia, will Bticceod Secretary HARLAN in tho In
A uro occurrod in Natcho?,, Mississippi, on Wed
nesday morning, completely destroying four
atoros. Tho loss amounted to $100,000.
A man was arrested in Savannah, Ga., on Thurs
day, for passing couutorfeit fractional currency, of
which ho had a largo quantity.
Failing in cholera Asiatic, tho Albany and Now
York journals have now gone to work to report
what they ucvor thought of reporting bofore
casos of cholera morbus.
Even the severest censure may bo softened.
The editor of the Norfolk Virginian Bays that
FOBNEX is an unmitigatod scoundrel, but-"good
enough to go to Congress."
A Federal soldier, who atole a watch from Mr.
SAMUEL CUNE, of Rockingham County, about the
time of the Port Republic fight, has retnrnod it
by express, with a lottor atating that his con
science compelled him to roturn it I
The Biohmond papers are filled with long ac
counts of tho annivoraary colobration of the Vir
ginia University. It ia a noticeable fact that,
among the graduates of this University, and auch
a favorito of the youth of our State, there ia not a
Bingle South Carolinian.
A train flllod with a returning pic-nic party,
chiofly women and children, whilo backing down
the Harlem Railroad past the Melroae station,
near New York, Monday evening, was suddenly
thrown from tho track by a misplaced switch.
Two of the carriagea were brokon to pieces and
many of the occupants severely injured, one man
having hia log broken. The eo-callod acoident
waa the result of tho groasoat careloaaneaa.
New developmonta aro coming to light in con
nection with the Memphia awindlo. It appeara
that $700,000 or $800,000, which waa sent to Carle
ton Borne timo during tho close of last year for
disposai on account of the Government, have alao
been embezzled and employed in cotton specula
tion. The whole matter ia to bo investigated in
a day or two by tho Banking and Currency Com
A combustible atone, which ia said to bnrn like
a tinder, has recently boen discovered at Shulla
burg, Lafayette county, Wieconain. It ia A grey
ish clay color, about aa hard as aandatone, and
seems to bo impregnated with a very large quan
tity of oil. It ia found in immenae beds, and the
owners are at a loas to know whether it would be
more profitable to extract the oil, or sell it for fuel
as it cornea from the quarry.
Wo were ehown yesterday, says tho Wilmington
Journal, by Mr. GEORGE MCDUFFIB, a fine large
cotton stalk, full twenty-two inches high, with
fifteen well-developed forme, and a large open
bloom. Mr. MODUFFIE informa ns that he has
about ono hundred and eighty acres of fine grow
ing cotton, of which the specimen shown us ia a
fair average We aro further informed that the
seed waa first placed in the ground only some six
A letter from a friend at Nowoastle, Craig Coun
ty, informs us (s&yB the Lynohbnrg Virginian)
that thoro is a villainous aoheme OB foot by the
so-called "Union men" to have that county, Bote
tourt, Roanoke, and Montgomery tranaferred to
Weet Virginia. They have circulated a aecret pe
tition among the "ferrete" for signatures, and
have sent it to Waahington. The true peoplo of
those conntiea bad better take stepB to counteract
theae misohievoua stops, or thoy may find them
selves in the aitnation of the citizena of Jefferson
Tho Herald, over good at finding maree' nests,
baa just found a "great big" one. Its Washington
correspondent says: "Upon the authority of
prominent members of tho Unitod States Senate,
that 'Mr. SEWARD baa concluded a secret treaty or
compact with NAPOLEON, by the terms of which
the United States are debarrod from interfering
in the movements of foreign troops now support
ing MAXIMILIAN on his temporary throne ;' that
.NAPOLEON'S plana for tho withdrawal of the
French troops are not to bo questioned ;' but
that, meantime, MAXIMILIAN-, abandoning hie im
perial gowgaws and protonaiona, ia to get himself
elected President of tho Mexican Republic, and
that having done this, ho will have removed every
ground of complaint on our part in reforenoo to
European monarchies and tho Monroe doctrine,
and thus securing our recognition, he may re
eatablish hia empire at bia own convenience."
The Fortress Monroe corroapondenco (Juno
20th) of tho Norfolk Virginian aaye : "The much
talked of thomo, JEFFERSON DAVIS and family, re
markable to relate, has romainod dormant for
some weeka, and very seldom is now seen any
feature or incident of his imprisonment trans
ferred to the columns of tho daily papora. All
that is known ia that nineo hia parolo, and the
freedom of the Fort, which was granted him, his
health haa improved, and that ho ia in the very
boat of spirits. Tho casomate tendered Mrs.
DAVIS by Goneral MILES, shortly after her arrival
boro, as is well known, abo some weeks ago ac
cepted, aud it haa been furnished in a very com
fortable manner for hor family. At any /hour of
the day, when so disposed, Mr. DAVIS may be ob
served walking along the different shaded paths
inside tho Fortress, quietly and meditatively
smoking his aegar, and carelessly swinging his
cano, and undor tho oircumstancos has now as
many moans of eujoymont as could bo doeirod.
Tho efforts to obtain his roloaso, OTon by tho
irroprosaiblo HORACE, having provod inoffootual,
it is presumed that ho will still bo conlinod in tho
Fortress until tho Novombor term o? tho Unitod
mr AU coromunicoltotu Intended for publication <n
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily Nexot, No. l8 Uayne-ttrcet, Uharlcxton,
8. G. Business Communications to Publishtr of
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertiiiements outside of the city mu.it be accompa
nied with the cash._
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4,18CG.
IO THE POOH FREEDMAN!
Wo lmvo scarcely taken up a paper during
tho past twolvo months ia whioh was not re
corded somo kuavory, of which the innocent
and unsuspecting freedmaa waa the victim.
This is perhaps not surprising, when all the
circumstances of the oaBo aro considered, but
"pity 'tis, 'tis true." The nogro, by nature,
is slow and dull, trustful and confiding, affec
tionate withal. Ho is ignorant and credu
lous, and though a man in years, vory often
only a child in intelleot. Prudenoe, frugali
ty, economy and forethought aro virtues to
whioh ho can lay no olaim. A vast number
of them nover renoh the years of discretion.
The negro is by nature inolinod to religion,
not to say to superstition, and a largo influ
ence may bo wielded over him by moans of
this ongino. His infantile mind is oasily in
flamed by vanity, and bo likos to be con
sidered of consequence. Whilo ho is Blow to
anger generally, be is demoniao once bis
passion is aroueod, aoting without reason, and
not exe roi B?U g the slightest self-eontrol.
We have here set forth only some of the
moro salient points of the character,-suffi
cient, however, to show that it is one that
will repay the student of human nature for a
full and attentive perusal. The mino has at
tracted a vost number of "studentB," and the
industrious explorers have dug to some pur
pose, as may be seen set forth at great length
in the voluminous reports of Generals STEED
M?N and FULLERTON.
We there find that men from tho North,
offioers and oi vilians, bureau agents and pri
vate oitizens, laymen and clergy,-whatever
their difference in sooial status, religious
creed or politioal opinions,-have nearly all
seemed to agree in one point, and that is
to make use of their sojourn in the South for
amore thorough elucidation of the voxod sub
ject of ethnology. This has been the great
aim and objeot,-ever held in view. And
accordingly we find that their zeal has not
been misdirected, and that their arduous la
bors have met with abundant reward. They
go home, enriobed not only with abstract
treasures of knowledge, but their pockets
lined by the acquisition of concrete green
backs. Others, finding that the study of
colored character is of such a profitable na
ture, make haste to come out to these heathen
lands, to go and do likewise.
The trustfulness of the poor freedman is
abused by designing and unprincipled per
sons. This is a matter of such daily occur
rence that it were useless to adduce instances.
We will allude to a few well known oases?
however, to satisfy Charity herself, who is
slow to think evil :
Case 1. Colored troops on duty in this de
partment during the post year made frequent
complaints of the fact that their white offi
cers made a habit of borrowing money from
them, and afterwards did not repay the same.
This was carried on to suoh an extent that at
last it was brought to the attention of the
General in command of the post. We ob
tained these facts at the time they oocorred,
but perhaps might find some difficulty in
proving them now,as the "General command
ing has left the post," and, we are informed by
Generals STEEDMAN and FULLERTON, "took
his papers with him, to put himself all right
Case 2. BUTLER'S Colored Savings Bank
This has been so extensively disoussed in the
newspapers that we need go into no minute
explanation of that fraud.
Case 3. A few months ago a "gentleman
from Massachusetts" contracted with about
one hundred and fifty freodmen and their
families, in Richmond, to procure them lucra
tive situations in and about BoBton. He was
to piy their passage, and they paid bim a
trifle of five dollars each, "just as a matter of
form," to clinch the bargain. The poor ne
groes made great preparation, went to the
steamboat at Koaketts in a mournful pro
cession, with bag and baggage, when lo ! the
"gentleman from Massachusetts" turned up
missing. The steamboat agent knowing noth
ing about them, the deluded freedmen had to
return, wiser but not happier men. The said
"gentleman" had swindled them out of about
five hundred dollars, "just os a matter of
Cas?. 4 is thus described in a reoent num
ber of the New York Daily News :
"Tho Freedmon's National Bank, a swindling
institution, established somowhore on the noa
coast of South Carolina by an enterprising BoBton
firm, has come to grlof. It appoara to bave boen
one of the most barefaced swindles ever praotioed
even upon tho muoh-lovod African. A correspond
ent of an exohaugo says that the notes were
wrotched lithographs, much resembling blacking
box labels, but printed in gaudy colors, whioh
captivated the oyoa of the poor negroes. Each
freedman had deposited a dollar greenback In the
bank, received a two dollar note of this gay, pic
torial teano, and fancied of oourso that he was so
This thing went on, under the eyes of the Freed
mon's Buroau, for some time, and no effort seems
to have been made by the officers of that benign
institution to interfere with the operations of the
awindlore. Finally, howovor, a Captain Jowett,
not of the Buroau, who waa working a plantation
in tho vicinity, wrote to Washington on the sub
ject. Unfortunatoly tho propriotora of the bank
got wiud of tho matter and decamped suddenly,
getting aafo off vrith their booty, which amountod
to thousands of dollars. It ia presumable that
thoy have returned to Boston, to lecture poBeibly
on tho wrongs of tho nogro and tho diahoiieaty of
tho ?ontborn whites. Tho two worthies who por
potratcd this swindle, aro named Clarges and Hig
Wo could multiply thoso COSOB to any num
ber, but this will (uil?ico. "Wo will say noth
ing of tho autlors that swarm on our Soa
Islands, and get the laat oont of tbo froed
mon'B hard-earned wages for glues hoads and
pinobbook jowolry. Wo will say nothing of
tho throo dollarB abushol for corn wrung out of
thooo helpless oreatures on one of tho noigh
boiing islands, when corn oould bo purchasod
at the timo at one dollar aBd twonty-fivo cents
in tho city of Charleston. Nor will w6 speak
of the many devicos resortod to by the minis
tore of religion to extort tho last dollar from
the poor, ignorant, oredulous freedman. A
groat doal might be said on this (opio; but
a_ tho partieB concerned would be oortain to
distort our remarks into an enmity to reli
gion and the Church in general, which we
havo no wish even to appear to be guilty of,
wo forboar any further remark undor this
The foregoing faots, which we oould in
crease to any required number, and all sus
ceptible of tho most incontestable proof,-if
they go to show anything, should demon
strate the utter absurdity of the present
much agitated Boheme of forcing universal
suffrage upon this olass of our population.
We say forcings for it is well known to
every oandid obsorver of the froedmon of the
South that, with very few exceptions, thoy
know nothing of tho question involved, and
of course care nothing whatever about it.
Tho pauper in every community ia disfran
chised ipso facto. By the legislation of Con
gress, the entire colored population of the
South is made to oooupy this status. They
aro termed "the nation's wards." They have
a most thorough and intrioato Bystem of
guardianship established over them. Nor
this only ; but the Freedmon's Bureau is at
the same time a speoies of Grand Almoner.
Now, with what face can we be asked to
give the privilege of an indisoriminate elec
tive franchise to a class of persons who aro not
supposed to be able to support themselves,
who are not permitted to enter into con
tracts, except undor supervision of their guar
dians,-and who aro supposed to need special,
extra-constitutional legislation and judicial
Of course, in the foregoing remarks, we do
not wish to be understood as saying that all
the colored people are paupers; we only
maintain that the legislation of Congress has
put this stigma upon them. We know there
are excellent people among the colored free
men and freedm?n; some who are models of
thrift; intelligent and industrious; men of
character and property. But the several
Freodmen'e Bureau Acts make no distinction
between them. The entire colored popula
tion is put on the same footing.
Those excellent logicians in Washington
reason thus: Fred. Douglas is a colored man ;
Fred. Douglas is intelligent; ergo, all col
ored men are intelligent, and if intelligent, I
quite competent for tho proper exeroise of
the elective franchise. This is good logio,
doubtless. But, on the other hand, we have
another syllogism which slightly runs coun
ter to this. It goes in this wise: Pompey
and Dinah are poor, ignorant and shiftless,
unable to take care of themselves ; Pompey
and Dinah are colored people ; ergo, all col
ored people aro thus unable to take care of
themselves, and must have a burean. A
"Philadelphia lawyer" may porhaps succeed
to put these two propositions together with
out finding them clash, the one with the other.
We candidly confess that we are unequal to
suoh a delioate piece of balancing.
We have muoh more to say on this subject,
but must leave it for the present
TO BENT, &c.
TO RENT, T1IIIKE FURNISHED ROOM-,
inquire at No. 6 Jasper Court.
July 3_ a*
TO RENT, ADEUOHTPVIi RESIDENCE
in Meeting-street, near 8outh Carolina Hall, con
taining six square rooms. Can be rented low by apply
ing at one. to ?. M. MARSH ALI?,
Broker and Beal Estate Agent,
July*_2_No. 33 BrotrJ.gtreot.
TO RENT, THAT PLEAS ANT ANDDE8I
BLE RESIDENCE on Hampato-d, fronting the
Park; baa eight tquare rooms, finished basement, pan
try, ka, ; Lot large, wi tn every conven?anos. Apply to
Mr. DOTTEBER.Columbus and Nassau atreets.or No. 9
EXCHANGE STREET._July *
TO RENT, A li AIIGK ROOM OVER STORE
No. 310 KINO-STREET, In the Bund, ? fine stand
for business or an Office. Alio, a pleasant OB AMBER
will bo ranted to ona or two gentlemen, with or without
Board. Apply on tho premises, up stain*.
FOR RENT, THAT COMP?tt'l AH1.K
RE8IDENOE In the town of Summerville, known
as Dr, GELZER'8 BOUSE, lot measuring ono and a
quarter aerea, mire or lesa. Boase contains four rooms
and pantry, with kitchen, servants' room?, carriage
house, atable, vogo table garden, ko. To an approved
tenant, rent will be moderate. Apply to L. BUNCH b
SON, No. COG KINO-STREET. wa June 20
FOR SALB, AliL. THAT LOT OF ?-AND,
with two and a half (tory DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, bavins double piazza and com mo
dione basement, fine olatern and well. The houae ia
new and In good repair, and pleaaanUy located, with
dry lot. For terms and particulars, apply to
B? A. ft J. T. EARLY,
Jane IB Northwest corner Marko? and East Bay.
FOR SALE.-SECOND HARD PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE In ?rood order.
Font? of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nou.iarol), Minion, etc
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>,'x27 loohea; bed,
WORREL HAND PBE88-Platen, 32x23 lnchee; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS- Platen, 22J<x28X
Inch en; bed, 22x80 iuohe?.
HO- HAND PRESS-Platen, 22X-28 inches; bad, 26X
BVGGLB8' JOB PRESS-Standing Sheet Presa.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del
Ox J. W. MoMILLAH,
May 8 At this Office.
CHARLESTON CLUB not Si:.
A MEETING OF THE MEMBKRB OF TnE CLUB
will bo hold To-Marrow Keening 5th ln?t., at Eight
o'clock, ?t tho Mills Ilouao.
Aftor tbo adjournment, a meeting of tho Sharcboldora
In tho Lot and Buildings, will bo hold.
July 4_ _1
THE MEETING OF THIS SOOIETY. FOIt THE
transaction of business, will bo huid To-ltmi, ni
"NAT. FULLER'S," at 1 o'clock, P. M., limtead of IO
A. M. .TAMis MIMONS. Jn.,
July 4 _1 Secretary.
sin in CAUOI.IXA It ANO Kits CHAHITA
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIH AH
KOOIATION will be hold ut tho Club Itnuai of tho
CbarloBton Uotol, To-lforrow (Thursday) Evening, at
8 _ o'clock. Punctual attendance Is requo-ited.
W. W. PEMBERTON.
July 4 1 _ Hocrotary.
LANDMARK 1.?DOK, No. 70, A. F. M.
THE It EO IT LAB COMMUNICATION OF THI8
LODGE will bo held Thii Evening. 4th Ino. , at 8
o'clock, at tho Masonic Hall. Tho k1. M degro- will be
conferred. V. J. TOBIAS,
July 4 1 Bocrctury.
I. O. O. F.-R. IV. GRAND huDGEOFTIIB
8TA.TE OF SOUTH CAIIOLINA.
THE OFFICERS AND ME I'DKltS ARE REQUESTED
to moot tho 11 W. O. M. for Installation ol tho Offi
cers of tho Subord?nalo Lodges on the following ovo
nlngs-Howard Lodge, No. 3, on Thursday, tho 6th; Ma
rion Lodge, No. 2, on Friday, Oth; and Suntu Carolina
Lodgo, No. 1, on Wednesday, 11th.
july 4 1* Grsnd Secrotary.
PARTNER WANTED-A PARTNER IN A
well oatabliahcd Journal of high character ; f 2500
will securo an equal partnership. Address A. M. Ii.
CbarloBton, 8. 0._> wlma_July 4
AGENT WAITED_AN ACTIVE, INTEL
LIGENT AGENT is wanted to canvass toe Stato in
tho interests of a popular Family Periodical. Tho best
of roforoncos as to capacity and character required.
Appty to Messrs. BOINEST & BURKE, Meeting at.,
next to Mills House. \vfm3 July 4
SITUATION WANTED, HY A WHITE
Woman, as a Housemaid or Child's Nurso. Sho
can come well recommended. For particulars apply at
tilla offlco._July 4
WANTED, A COMPETENT DRUG CLERK.
Inquire at tho Drug Storo nt cornor Ring and
John streets. F. BERNHARDY,
WANTED,- WANTED A GOOD COOK
and WASHER. White prefcrrod. Apply at No.
137 MEETING-STREET, op BtalrB. 3 July 4
?ITATED TO HIRE, A PIANO FORTE.
W Boot paid punctually and Instrument kept in
geod order. Apply at No. 8 COMING STREET.
WANTED, THREE GOOD VESSELS
200 to 600 tons burthen-to load for Philadelphia.
Apply to H. F. BAKER k CO.,
July 4 2 No. 20 Cumberland street.
WANTED, A STORE ON KING STREET,
between Liberty and Market streets. Addross
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
Hay 28 raw Pavilion Hotel.
WANTED.-A SOBER, HONEST, AND IN
DUSTRIOUS House Servant, mar find perma
nent employment, by applying at No. 8 AIRE N'N ROW.
Satisfactory references required; without which, none
nead apply. 2* July S
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNG
man, . resident of Oharloston, In any capacity.
Is a good bookkeeper, and willing to ranko himself use
ful In any business. Beat of references furnished.
Address NERO, Glass Box No. 15, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY AYOUNG MAN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesales or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery honso; baa some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been in tbat business on his own account. Ho will
study the Interest of his employer, and is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Best
of references furnished. Addross "F." through the
Post?nico, or apply at this office. June 11
WANTED, BY A- YOUNG LADY OF A
thorough English oduoation, who baa boen for
eoveral yoard engaged in teaching, a POSITION AS
TEACHER, or la any capacity in which a female can be
employed, either in the city or country, as necessity will
compol her to accept any sorvice she can procure. Hor
chief object will bo to obtain a horne, of which she Is now
destitute, and only very slight compensation, beside,
would be required. Satisfactory rolorenco? can be fur
nished. Please address, stating particulars, MIBS
HELEN CLARKSON, Charleston, S. C.
June 27 12
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the firm of DE0OTTE8 k 8ALA8, was dis
solved on the 2d day of April last, by written agreement.
Either partner will use the namo of the House in
liquidation only. A. 0. DEOOTTES.
F. P. SILAS.
Charleston. July 3d, 1860._12_July 4
TBS UNDEIISIGNED HAS THIS DAY A890CIATED
with him ia partnership, his two sons, JOHN R.
HERIOT, JB., and BASIL M. HERIOT, under tbeorigi
nal finn of WILLIAM B. HERIOT k CO , for conducting
In this place, aa heretofore, the business of Bankers and
Insurance Agents. WILLIAM B. HERIOT.
July 2 3
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM.
In the AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, Mr. WILLIAM A. BOYLE. The business
will hereafter bo conducted In the name of GANTT ft
BOYLE. Offlco Charleston Library Building, North
west corner Broad and Church streets.
July 2 6 JAMES L. GANTT.
_LOBT, STOLEN, &o._
MULE STOLEN-?S DOLLARS RE
WARD.-Stolen from my stable, at Dinner's
Cross Roads, St James' Goose Creek Parish, on Tues
day night, Juno 26th, a LIGHT BAY HOBSE MULE,
about 12 year? old, ia good condition. Bald Mule is
about 13 bands high, and has white hair about the head
indicating age. The Mule waa seen in the possession of
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
night of the robbery, golnpr In the direction of tho Dor
chester road, with a new bridle on, which was taken
with the Mule. A reward of $25 will bo paid for Infor
mation lotdimi to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be g1 von for evidonce sufficient to
convict the thief. Address tho nnderslgnod, at Dan
ner's Croes Roads, or at the Courier Offlco, Charleston,
8. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
LOST, A HLV.R-MO?NTED MEER
SCHAUM PIPE: supposed to have boen left In the
rear coach of tho Nurthoastorn Railroad yesterday. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
tho office of the Charleston Hotel. Juno 26
WALTKRBOIIOUGH MALE ACADEMY.
THE TRUSTEES OF THE W WLTERBOROUGH
Male Academy announco that the Ins ti ta lion has
boen re-organized, and is no AT in successful operation,
under the direction of the Rov. F. E. BELLINGER as
Pflnolpal. Mr. Bellinger is a gentlemau of high olassl
cal attainments, and of long ozporionco as a teacher. Stu
dents desirous of obtaining a classical education will be
prepared for admission into any Coll?ge. The nozt
quarter will commence on Monday, 2d July. Terms of
Tuition $16 per quarter.
Board can be obtained in private families on moder
ate terms. Apply to tbo Principal, or the undersigned,
at Walterborongb. THOMAS LINING,
Jane 29 fmwS President Board of Trusteos.
DR. T. HEEN8TJEHNA,
PnySIOIAN AND SURGEON, NO, 73 BROAD
STREET, next to the Guard House.
N. B.-Diseases of a privato nature cared with dis
DR. T. 8. THOMSON,
OFFIOE eOOIET?-STREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Resldonce corner of Trodd and Orango stroots.
Juna 12 tuthslQ*
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAOISTRATE,
HAB REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 ?HAL
MEBS-STREBT, North aide, nsxt door to Mr,
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doorscostof Meet
ing-street May 80
BALL! BALL! BALL!
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE,
rpOBEQIVEN TUIS DAY, JULY 4TII COMMENC
JL INO st lu o'clock, A. M. '
MULLER'S BAND Is engaged. Admittance, $1.
A_~f-'leamboat loaves every hour dlirtnu the ?lav
July :? l* JOH?P. M_Yi-:ii.?i'co.
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
COLORED CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON.
THE COLORED CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON WILL
eotabrata tim Ninetieth Anniversary of Anortran
Iudodepuudoncn This Day,4th July, UM,
The Procession will be formed st tim Cit.ilel Green,
st 8 o'clock, compose! of the varions Huciotimj nuil Kn
f*liio Companies of the etty, ami will ?novo in (ho follow
OIIDEK OK PHO-KSSION.
ORATORS OF 111 ti DAY.
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.
St. Jolin Evangelist Sor-loty. Mechanics' Auoci-U-D.
Young Men's IJrorberly Anfoclatlmi. Moral FrieiuUhir.*
Society. Saxton Clmrltub'n Ann... i.itiun. Tim Marsb-l.
The Rev. Clergy of all D.uoiiiiuations, ami Citlzcne
N. B.-All Societies that have not boon oDlclnlly noll
fled, aro requested to report to the Cli-tlrmnii of tuo < om
mltteo of Ari-ugcmtnts at tbo Citadel Oreen, uu lili of
July morning, wboro tiny will bo assigned tholr respec
tivo positions lu tho procoasion at 8U o'clock A M. The
procession will niovo from tlio citadel Oreen down King
atrcot to South Bay, up Meeting-street lo Zion's Church.
Tho ladies are respectfully Invited to attend.
Committee of Arrangements:
W. F. KAIRSON I P. ASHE
It. W. EASTON A. V. OREGORY
8. DICEENSON J. F. BURSERT
I. B. HAKORAVES I?. U. MORGAN
H. L. DENFORD.
July 4 1* Cliairmnn.
COLLECTION OP ACCOUNTS ANO IIOCSE
THE SUBSCRIBER HA VINO DETERMINED TO
devoto bis timo to the collection of accounts ami
house rents, respectfully solicits the pitrougn of his
friends and the pnolic, and promises strict attention to
the lntorosts of those who may entrust their business
to his care.
Any communications for bim left at tho music store
of Meesrs. ZOOBAUM, YOUNO k CO,, coruor King
and Rorrcsford streets, or at his resir'once, No 06 Com.
leg-street, w11] meet with prompt attention.
July 4 wimC_J. CLAUDIUS MILLER.
PROPERTY O*?' THE STATE OP SOUTH
ALL PERSONS IN POSSESSION OF PROPERTY OF
any description, either real or personal, of any
locality, aro requested to report the name, at their
earliest convenience, to W. A. HARRIS,
??pee.-! Agent of tho State of South Carolina,
July 3_tuths!3_omeo Columbia..
MOUNT PLEASANT, I
CimisT CnnncH PAIUPII. JULY 2d, 186G. |
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO RE
CEIVE the RETURNS and TAXES for the town of Mt.
Pleasant every TUESDAY and THUR8DAY, from Four
P.M., to Six P.M , (at tbo residonco of Mrs. SIMONS),
until tho 1st of August next, when his books will be?
closed and executions if sued against all defaulters.
EDWARD O. HALL, Town Treaaarer.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MEASURERS AND INSPEC
TORS OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, oin be found
at the office formerly occupied by J. W. BRODIE ft
SON, west end of Broad street. ?All ordors left thero
will meet with prompt attention.
SAMUEL P. BENNET.
T. F. BRODIE.
June jp_10_O. ?M. BEH3KI.LIEU._
TO BATTERY PROMENADERS !
Extra Bill of Faro
_=-OTJ_RT_=_: OF JULY
Ladies' anil Gent's Ice Cream Parlor
No. O SOUTH BATTERY.
aSTFEMALE WAITERS IN THE LADIE8 8ALOON.-_*n
Boxes have been erectod In the Garden for COLORED
PERSONS-Entrance through the Archway.
HAS THE PLEASURE OF INFORMING HIS
friends and tho public generally that there wUl
be a PIC-NIO To-Morrow, July 4, at his place (Payne's
A BAND OF MUSIC will ba lu attendance, and Re
freshments will be provided.
-4\<i> bit -Syrc feinen fjreunben nub bent .eretprtett ccutf??
er tn ?puf-iifum onjujeinen, baft tin SBicWic unb 3:an|
Worflcn ben ?aten du? auf feinem Panb?aufe CB a I* n c ' 9
fj a r m) flatt falben toirb. ?Ur _7?ufil unb ffrfrif?nngcit
ifl befftni _efor_t.
W, Y, LEITCH,
No. 90, BROAD-STREET.
???REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER
SECURITIES, SOLD._12_July a
MEECHANTS AND OTHEB8, *
WILL ATTEND TO BALANCING BOOKS, AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS, making out Custom
Honse Entries, Bills, Ao. >
WRITING OF ALL KINDS done with neatness act
Office a CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS,
N. W. cornor Church end Broad-streets.
HAS JOSr RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF SUPERFINE CONFED
ERATE GREY OLOTH, manufactured exprosslyforolvll?
lan'a summer and early fall wear In tho South. WlU
be Bold In Suits, or small lots. Also, In bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREY8 for winter.
N. B, Those shades will nlwnys bo found In my store.
HENRY TRENOHARD, Nos. 17 and l8 Exohange street,
Charleston, S. O.
?Ky Will bartor for Wool._lmo_Jone 2H
THE T1DB WILL SERVE MORNING AND EVEN
ING this week, at White Point Garden Bathing
Hense. P. KILROY,
A SPLENDID BUGGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
Shaft, nil tab) o for two or four persona; marlo by
Wood Bro., Now York. For further information, In.
quire at Pbolan Billiard Room, corner Meeting and
Market streets. _j_ne u
0. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEEN RE-APPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, would
roap. ctfully inform bia old patrons and all others con
nected with the DW-MML that he can bo found at the
ofUoo formorly occapled by J, W. BRODIE & BON, watt
end of Broad-street; lmo* juno 7