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ClUftLBSTOH MIL? .NBWS,
Q. R. CATHOART- Edito_.
CaTHCART, McSHLLAN & MORTON,
?VTo. 18 HAYNE-STKEET.
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LA ??EST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
largest circulation in the city.
?T THE UIST OB1 LH3TTBB8 x?e
inniniiiK lrx tb.? Poutoffioe t?t the end
of each, weel* is pxxblialxo-dt oix_?oially
ln THK DAn.Y NKWS every :_**__
A New OrleanB correspondent saya couuterfoit
ton dollar United States Treasury notes aro quito
oommou in that city. With na tona of any kind
are quite uncommon.
Seven young lady Bachelors of Arts?why not
Maids of Aria or Artful Maidcne ? asks the Provi
dence Uu_etin?have just graduated at the Maine
A negro of Gilmor County, "West" Virginia, ia
Buing the Clerk of the County Court for refu?ing
to iaaae licenee for his marriage with a ivhite
The Hartford Press tolls of a dog in that city
who has loBt hia voice. Wbon atrangera pasa he
rushes out, goes through the motions with great
vigor, bristlea up, jumps about and wage hie jaws,
but not a sonnd comes forth.
Horace Gbee__? suggoats that the United
States Senaio bo reconstructed as follows: Each
State with lees than 500,000 eufrauchiBod popula
tion, one Benator; over 600,000 and under 2,000,
000, two Senators; for each additional 1,000,000
A boy died in Chicago last week from the effects
of BwimmiBg in a pond whore the carcases ef ani
mals had been deposited. Large apota broke out
on him, and his symptoms were those of a very
bad cano of poisoning. It is supposed he swal-1
lowed Borne of the water.
.__to Richmond papero ? - fi,led every day with
numerous reports of crimes of all kinds commit
ted in that unfortunate oity. Burglary appears to
be practiced as a specialty by the greater number
of the Richmond rogaos. Not a day but some
cases of this character are brought before the
Mayor and handed over to tho Hustings Con rt.
A sad calamity occurred yesterday afternoon,
aaya the N. Y. World of the 6tb, while a party was
proceeding to Rogers Island, oo a pio-nic excur
sion, in small boats, one of the boats was swamped
two miles below this city, and Mr. Frederick A.
Giftoiu-, Jr., of this city, and Miss Louisa Man
lay, of Ottawa, 111., were drowned. Mr. ?if?oiuj
was one of our moat respected young business
men, atad the sad affair casts a general gloom
over this city. The bodies bave not yet been re
The Lancaster Mille, poor petitioners for "pro
tection," present the following ''reasons : "At the
annual meeting in Boston, on Tueaday, the Direc
tors reported -t?*- ahn ?tanil'al in eann.noo, ?__a
26,000 apindies have been run during the year en
tirely on ginghams, and that 6,000,000 yards have
been produced, giving $1,700,000 in salea, and only
two dividends of 25 and 20 per cent. "With protect
ion, they may reasonably look for four such divi
dends, instead of two."
Gen. Jobdan, chief editor of the Memphis Ap
peal, on Saturday challenged M. A. G allow a y, of
the Avalanche, to mortal combat. The ohallenge
was accepted, and the parties repaired to Her
nando, Mississippi, were both arrested and placed
nnder bonds. It is thought the parties will go to
Arkansas to settle the difficulty. Tho challenge
originated from Col. Galloway writing a severe
?ttack against Gen. Jobdan, on account of an ar
ticle written by the latter to Harper's Magazine,
in which Jobdan blamed Jeff. Davts for the
failure of the Confederacy.
The Memphis Avalanche of the 3d, naya : "A
street car conductor had a fight, on Sunday, with
a passenger named Manny, who refused to pay
his fare. Manny as he was, he was not enough
for the railroad official, who gave Mr. M. a good
thrashing. Both parties were arrested, and Mr.
Manny was fined five dollars, instead of five cents,
which was all the conductor asked him for.
The same paper also has the following : "One
of those horrid tragedies which will follow so long
as the negro ia allowed to/jarry deadly weapons,
occurred at the corner of Main and South streets,
in this oitv, on Sunday morning about eight
o'clock. Jim Van Pelt and a man named Smith,
who both Uve in that part of Memphis, were the
actors in the bloody affair. It appears that Van
Pelt has had an old grudge against Smith for some
time, and on several occasions threatened ven
geance when they ahonld meet. This they did on
Sunday morning, when a quarrel took place,
which from the evidence of other negroes who
stood by, was not looked upon aa a serious matter
until Van Pelt, who is habitually armed, was
heard to threaten to shoot Smith, when the latter
told him he did not care for him or his pistol.
Van Pelt instantly drew his weapon and shot him
through the heart. The wounded man reeled and
fell to the ground a corpse."
Yesterday afternooD, says the Cincinnati Cbm
mercial of the 6th, a train on the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Itallroad, while passing
over tho bridge in Bpring Grove Cemeiery, eonnd
cd its whistle, and a funeral cortege, which hap
pened to be passing under the bridge at the mo
ment, was thrown into the utmost disorder by the
horses taking fright at the sound. The carriages
were thrown togothor pell-mell by the affrighted
animala; ladioa and children in the yehiclos
soreamed, and many ( endeavored to burst opon
-<v the doors to escapo imminent peril, but really
endaDgerod their limbs by doing so, and some of
the funeral parly were slightly bruised. We are
informed that but for tho presence of mind of
several gontlemon attending the funeral, who
sprang to the horses' heads and checked their
?peed, that oerious damage would have been
done, which would havo been all the more inex
cusable on account of the fact that the railroad
company have prohibited sounding the whistle In
the limit? of the cemetery while a funeral ia pass
03" AV. communications inteni,m fW pubUoaHon in
this journal must be addressed to the Eiito.' of
the DaUy New; No. 18 Hayne-sireet, Charleston,
& C. Business Communication* to Publisher of
We oannot undertake to return rejected oommunico
Advertisements outside of the oily must be acoompa
nied with the cash._
MONDAY MORNING. -JULY 9. 1866.
With the abolition of slnvory it was thought
tbe hatred of tho North against the South
would cease, and wo Bhould thon at last on
joy tho glorious privilogo of being lot alone,
whioh hue hoen denied ub for forty-five years.
In this expectation we reckoned without our
host. Hatred of the South has become the
normal condition with our Northern friends,
and abusing and vilifying us one of tbe pri
mordeal requisites of their existence.
We are led to these remarks by several
pamphlets recently brought to our notice.
One, a speech of a New YorkM. C.,delivored
in Congress in March last, printed at the
Government printing office, in Washington.
This pamphlet was scattered broad-cant
through this oity; with what speoial motive
we oannot divine. It is to be feared, however,
it was for no good purpose. Tho pamphlet
was malignant and abusive iu its oharacter,
revamping every stale and exploded slander
ever uttered against the South. Our atten
tion was direoted to the publication at the
time, but we did not deem it worth a notice,
as it bore its own antidote in the ineffable
stupidity of the entire speech, whioh had
neither spark nor spirit sufficient to kindle
oven the smallest flame.
More reoeutly another of these fire-brands
has come to our notice. Tbe title of thin
pamphlet ie: "Is the South ready for restora
tion ?" This ie an anonymous publication,
having no imprimatur of placo, name of pub
lisher or author. It is n compilation of ex
tracts from the various "copperhead" journals
of the North, and from the "late rebel" sheets
of the South. The topioB diBoussed, or rather
ihe headings, under whioh these extracts are
paraded ar? as follows: The question at is
sue?the position of the President?the duty
of the North?Treason?Ropentanoe?Seces
sion?Submission?Increase of Representa
tion?the Test Oath?Agitation?Revolution
?Loyalty?Sharing the Burdene?Reconcili
ation?the Future Leaders of the South.
The Charleston Daily News has the
distinguished honor of oconpying a niche in
this great temple of the unreoonBtruoted. Tbe
"South Carolinian," one of our late contem
poraries in this oity, is arraigned for having
dared to bave said: "Wo vote for the late
Confederate soldiers, beoause they represent
the valor, honor and intelligence of the
This pamphlet ie evidently designed as a
tract to be sown broad-oaBt over the North,
and throw dust in that peoplo's eyes, lest they
should see the truth, and throw out the Badi
nai? I*, a??-? ru.li ?jitsuuiuu?. xne inaustrlous
compiler must either be an employe in Gen.
Grant's Newspaper Censor Bureau, or else
he had access to the same. And he must
moreover have been speoially paid to read
over all the paperB from the "infected" dis
tricts; for we cannot, by even the wildest
stretch of fancy, imagine Buoh a task to be a
labor of love.
Every unguarded expression is greedily
seized as a bonne bouche of rebeldom. The
unrestrained utterances at the sooial board
by a company of young men are eagerly
laid hold of?giving confirmation strong as
holy writ, of the unreconstructed state of
theso "late rebels." Was not Jeff. Davis'
health drunk at an anniversary supper in
Mobile? and at the very time when he sat
shackled in a dungeon in Fortress Monroe ?
Could depravity farther go ? asks tho pam
There is, on the whole, nothing remarka
ble in this tract To us, who have closely
watched the Radicals of tbe North before,
during and since tbe war,?and who have
known how utterly unprincipled they are,
and how unscrupulous, as regards the means
by whioh they propose to compass their
ends,?to us all this ?b matter of course. It
is otherwise with many of the good people of
the Soutb. There are many who, in tbe sim
plicity of their own innocence, thought that
with the abolition of slavery the hatchet was
forever buried, and there would henceforth
no longer be sectional or geoprapbioal party
lines. These good friends of ours have been
disappointed in their expectations. They
looked for true patriotism and political virtue
where theso qualities are reckoned as mere
THE LATEST FROM THE CROPS.
Tho Commissioner of Agriculture has is
sued a report on the oondition of crops, giv
ing some additional information to the report
published two weeks since. From a oareful
analysis of State returns, with a due regard
to the usual products and present losses of
each State, the prospect, on the 1st of June,
was for seven-tenths of a orop. With favor
able weather and absence from casualties be
fore harvesting, tbe indications point to three
fourths of an average total yield of wheat
Indiana seems to have suffered most from win
ter-killing, from appearance, thirty-four per
cent. Ohio, four-tenths. But Indiana has
four-tenths more spring wheat than uBual,
and Ohio two and a half tenths. This should
give each of spring and winter wheat to
gether, a total of -ve-tenthi!. Illinois promi
roa three-four the oF a crop, though tho appear
ance, of winter wheat Was seven??nths of a
crop. In Wisconsin the appearanoe of winter
whoat was six and ono-third tonths, with a
proepoot for at least of throo-fourthe of a
crop. Iowa, in view of the breadth of spring
whoat, should givo a full crop. Knnsas will
have fifteen-tenth h of an ordinary crop. Mis
souri and Miniiesot i will have more than an
averngo; the district west of Mississippi taken
togothor promises decidedly more than an
average. Now York, Now Jorsey bdc! Penn
sylvania each indicate oight-tontbB of a crop;
in Now England, tho injury to winter wheat
was less tban ono-tenth in New Hampshire;
twenty-four per oent. in Maine; one-tenth in
MosBochuBotts; throe-tenths in Vermont and
./ANTED, A GOOD COLORED COOK
VV and s first rato Washer; two persons. Apply lm
mediately st No. 3 ORANQE-3TREt.T. 3 July 9
WANTED, A SITUATION AS COOK.,
Washer and Xroner, for s imill family, by ft rtv
spcctable white woman. Recommendations given if re
quired. Apply at No. 22 LAUHBNS-STBEET.
WANTED, AT THE FOUR Mil*? HOUSE,
a WOMAN to ?300k and take charge of two or
three cows. On? from the country preferred. Uood
wagon given. Apply at No. 3 PR1N0ES8-8TBEET.
July 9_ 2
WANTED |_[RIEDIATELY.?AW EXPE
RIENCED AN? COMPETENT BOOK-KBEPEB,
who ha? somo knowledge of tho Grocery BuBincSB, to
write up a set of books and mako himself goner ally use
ful abont the storo. Best of reference required. Ad
dress ALPHA, at this office. July 9
WANTED, A SITUATION EITHER AS
Agent on a Cotton Plantation, or to superintend
a Vegetablo Farm?Is a thorougabrod gardener; or
would accept of any other employment where he can
make himself useful. The best of references can be
given ss to capicltv in either of the above lines. Apply
to tho SEED HTORK, No. 202 King-street.
PARTNERWANTED_A PAKTNKR IN A
well establishod Journal of high character ; $2500
will secure an equal partnership. Address A. M. K.
Charleston, 8. O._wfm3_July 4
WANTED, A STORE ON KINO STREET
between Liberty and Harket streets. Address
T. F. ELLSWORTH,
May 28_nrw_Pavilion Hotel.
(J7ANTED, IMMEDIATELY, A COM
W PETENT AND RELIABLE MAN, to superin
tend a Farm about twelve miles from the city, aud the
1 harvesting of the crop now upon it. Apply at No. 16
GEORGE STREET._2_Jnly 7
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN, A
situation as Chambermaid, can also attend to chil
dren and do housework, and Is willing to make heraell
generally useful. Apply at No. 20, SHOP, corner BEE
AND ASHLEY STREETS._Julys
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
TION In some Wholesale or Retail Dry Goods or
Grocery house; has some knowledge of the Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, halv
ing been In that buainess on his own account. He will
study the Intereat of his employer, and is willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object. Beat
of references furnished. Address "F." through the
Postoffloe, or apply at this office. June 11
TO BENT, &c.
TO RENT, A TWO STORY AND A HALF
BRICK DWELLING, situated No. 33 Society
street, containing six MS? e and two attic rooms, store
room, kitchen, 'servants' rooms, stable', cistern, wells,
Ac. Apply next door east, No. S3 8O0IET?-8TBEET.
July 9 m wfm i*
DESIRABLE WHOLESALE STORES IN
MEETING-STREET.?To rent, those spacious
and most desirable STORES Nos. 163 and 1S5 Meeting
street; also, 2d and 3d stories of No. 167, opposite the
Charleston Hotel, and now undergo?g extensive 1m
prov??ent?. Possession can he had at an early day.
For particulars, apply to GEO. 8, CAMERON, or
A. S. JOHNSTON,
TO RENT, A STORE, WITH ONE OR
TWO BOOMS attached, in a healthy and pleas ant
location. Apply at this offloo. fmwS" July 6
OR RENT LOW, TO AN APPROVED
-tenant, that large and oommodlous HOUSE corner
of East Bay and Inspection streets, contal ??g B square
rooms, ptntTy,'<_-easing rooms, and basements; Lot
oitends to Washington street, with House that may be
rented. PIN0KNEY BROS.,
June 26 tuf Korth AtlanUo Wharves.
TO RENT, A PORTION OF A RESIDENCE
In Meeting-street, near the Guard House, consist
ing of throe Booms and the Kitchen. Apply to R. M.
MARSHALL, Broker, Auctioneer, and Beal Estate
A Rent, No. 33 Broad stroot. 9 July 7
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OP THE
BUILDING No. 23 Broad-street. Apply to W. Y.
LEITOH, Broker and Auctioneer. 3 July 6
TO RENT.?THREE FUKNISHE.l BOOMS,
in a healthy and pleasant location. Apply at COM
MERCIAL HOUSE. 3 Julys
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANT AND DEMI
BLE RESIDENCE on ?ampatead, frontlag the
Park; baa eight square rooms, finished basement, pan
try. Ac ; Lot large, with ovary convenience. Apply to
Mr. DOTTEBEB.Oolu?bus and Nassau street?,or No: 2 '
EXCHANGE STREET._July A
m_E C0PARTNEB8HIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
X in this city, undor thofli?of ?ECOT7E8 & 8ALA8,
was dissolved on 2d April last, by written agroeruont
Either partner, or their attorney, will sign In liquidation
only. A. O. D?30TTE9.
F. P. SALAS.
Charleston, July 3,18CC.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
NESS under the name and style of SALAS h CO.
' F. P. SALAB,
Per Attorney, It. malas.
July 9 10
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name and style of AUSTIN k ALBEE
has this day dissolved, according to aiticlea of agree
ment. (Signed.) EARLEH AUSTIN.
OHARLE3 H. ALBEE.
THE UNDKRSia*? ED
HAS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PAINT, OIL
AND GLASS BDBINE88, Mr. GEORGE W. WAR
REN. The business will hereafter be conducted in the
name of ALBEE * WARBEN, No. ?3 MARKET
bTBEliT. CHARLES H. ALIIEE.
iTthe undersigned h as associated with him,
X in the AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, Mr. WILLIAM A. BOYLE. The business
will here?1er bo conducted In the name of GANTT k
BOYLE. Office Charleston Library Building, North
west corner Broad and Church streets.
July 3 6 JAMES L. GANTT.
LOST, STOLEN, &o.
DOG LOST.?THE GENTLEMEN WHO
picked up a mouse colored Italian GREYHOUND,
corner Xing and Hasel streets, on the Fourth of July,
will please return It to No. 213 King-street, G. DAVIS.
July 9 1?~
?OST, A ?ILV?R-MOUNTED MEER.
J SCHAUM PIPE; supposed to have been left in the
rear coach oi the Northeastern Railroad yesterday. The
Ander will he liberally jrewarded by leaving the samo at
the office ot the Oh*rleiton Hotel. June 26
MULE STOLEN.-?) DOLLARS RE
WARD.?Stolen from my stable, at Banner's
Cross _oade, St. Jam?' Goose Creek Pariah, on Tues
day night, June 26lb. a LIGHT BAY HORSE MULE,
abort 13 years old, In good condition. Said Mule is
about 13 hands high, and has whit? hair about the head
indica?ig age. The Mule was seen in the possession oi
a negro, of a somewhat brown complexion, on the
night of the robbery, going In the direction of the Dor
chester road, with a new bridle on. which was taken
with tho Mala. A reward of 828 wlU bo paid for Infor
mation leading to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad.
?lluonal reward wlU be given for evidence sufficient to
oocvlct tho thift Address the undersigned, at Dan
aex'r Cross Roads, or at the Courier Office. Charleston,
S. O. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT,
J _i e 38 T ?
YOVNO Jltr.il'M OIIUIKTIAN AHSOl?ATIll*..
AMKJ-.TLN*? OF THE YOUNO MEN'S 0HRI6TUN
Association will bo held Thtt (Monday) Evening,
thofthinat.. at Trinity Oburcb, Basel-street at Eight
o'clock. By order of ibo President.
P. O. BROWN,
July 9 I_Recording 8ecretary.
THE FHtftVCH PROTESTANT CHURCH.
'pHE REGULAR BEMI-ANNUAU MEETING OF THE
1 Oorporstloa will be held at the Church, at half
post 6 o'clock This Afternoon, fth IiihI. Punctual attend
ance is requested.
DANIEL RAVENEL, Jn.,
Jnly 9 1 _ _Secretary.
OKANGB I?DWK, Nr>. 14, A. F*. RI.
AREOOLAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will be held, This Evening, at Masonic Hall, at 8
CandldatoB for E. A. Dcgreo will please ho punctual.
By order W. M. W. A. GIBSON,
July 9 1 Secretary.
R SAL.*-!, ONE FINK YOUNG MULK.
Can be aeon at No. 59 l?tADD STREET.
July 9 1*
FOR BALK, AT HUNT*? WAGON YARD,
a One lot of BEEF and MILCH CATTLE, on the
Oth inst._8*_July 6
TAR AND -TtJRPKrNTlNH. WORKS FOR
SALE.?Two Kilns, one 15 bbL Still, 9 Copper
Condensers, 1 Forco Pump, and allmachlnory necossary
for the manufacture of Tar and Turpentine. The ma
chinery Is nearly new. For terms, Ac, address R. E.
GRAVES Si CO., Beaufort, 8. 0. 13 July 7
VALUABLE KINO STREET PROPERTY
at Private Solo.?The three BRICK HOUSES on
west side of King street, Nob. 339, 331, 233, occupied re
spectively by E. Scott, A W. Eckel k Co., and Hytaan
k Co., under leases to let Octobor next. The Lots eaoli
measure 37 foot front by 160 feet deep. The buildings
on lit o front ore three stories high; tbe locations aro
considered equal to any In tho city for the retail trade.
For terms and particulars app y to
BENJ. D. LAZARUS,
Corner Wcntworth and Smith ?treets.
July 6 fmwsl.*
FOR SALE, ALL THAT LOT OF LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 South-street, having doable piazza and commo
dious basement, fine cistern and well. Tbo house is
now and in good repair, and pleasantly located, wit
dry lot. For terms and particulars, apply to
B. A _ J. T. EARLY,
June 16 Northwest corner Marko? and East Bay.
FOR SALE.? SECO.tD HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE to good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonpnroll, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS?Platen, 22>?x_7 inches; bed,
M.U j'-Sl >i inobes.
WORKEL HAND PRESS?Platen, 22x23 inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESB?Pialen, S9J?-9IJ,
inches; bed, 23x36 lnofaos.
HOE HAND PRESS?Platen, 22*^x28 inches; bed, 20';
RUG?LES' JOB PRESS?Standing Sheet Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, Del.
Or J. W. MoMJLLAN,
May 8 At this Office.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 34 OHAL
MEB8-8TREET, North sido, next door to Mr.
MoINNIS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-street May 30
OFTHEBUBSORIBER'8 SCHOOL ON AND AFTER
Monday, Jnly Sih, will be conducted at the "Free
School Building," on Meeting-street, near Mary-street.
Applications may be made at that place between 9 AM.
and 3 P. M. A DOTY, Jn.
MOUNT PLE-8ANT, 1
Cubist Church Pabisb. July 3d, 1886. j
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO RE
CEIVE thoRETURNSand TAXES for the town ofMt
Pleasant every TUESDAY and THURSDAY, from Four
P.M., to SixP.M, (at tbe residence of Mrs, KIMONS),
until tbe 1st of August next, when his books will be
closed and executions Issued against all defaulters.
EDWARD O. HALL, Town Treosorer.
Jnly 3 mw8
COLLHCTIOW OF ACCOUNTS AND HOUSE
THE SUB80RIRB& HAYING DETERMINED TO
devote his time to the collection of accounts sad
house renta, respectfully solicits the patronage of his
friends and (he public, and promises strict attention to
the interests of those who may entniBt their business
to his ear?.
Any communications for him left at tbe musio store
of Messrs. ZOGRAUM. YOUNG A GO,, corner King
and Berresford sir?'?-,/--- *f __ **_____**_ ** * * nnm
to? ... i, will meet with prompt attention.
July 4 wimG J. CLAUDIUS MILLER.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MKA8UBER8 AND INSPEC
TORS OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, can be found
at tbe office formerly occupied by J. W. BRODIE k
80N, west end of Broad -street Ail orders left there
will meet with prompt attention.
SAMUEL P. RENNET.
T. F. BRODIE.
0. S. JENKINS.
June 8q 10 O. M. BE8SELHEU.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
TOWN OF 8UMMEBVILLE. SO. CA.
OWNERS OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
within the corporate limits Town of Summer ville
aro hereby notified that tho Clerk will be at the Town
Hall on 10th. 14th, 17th, and 31st of July, from 10 A. M.
to 2 P. M., to receive retaras of property,
fSJOwuers of lots (with and without houses apon them),
residing in the city of Charleston, -will take notice, and
m?he their returns in due time.
The Taxes ?111 be colieotea in the month of August,
of which notlco will be given.
By order' of OohlcII. JAMES PUROELL,
July? ml mm Clerk.
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.
THIS ASSOCIATION IS NOW PREPARED TO EXE
CUTE NEEDLE WORK of every description, and
these having WORK to be done, and are disposed to
promote this benevolent undertaking, will please make
application at the DEPOSITORY, in Chalmers-street
Persona wishing to obtain NEEDLE WORK from the
Association will apply to the Superintendents of their
respective WARDS, on TUE8DAY of each week, name
Wans No. I.?Miss EMMA RAVENEL, No. 38 Meet
Wann No. 3?Miss MARIE OGIER, No. 8 King
Wan? No. 8.?Mrs. J. R. SIMONTON. No. 311 East
Wjuid No. 4.?M'ss ELLEN 8TEADMAN, King-street,
Wabx> No. 6.?Mrs. J. DEWEES. No. 10 Mary-street
Wabd No. 0.?Mrs. G. OHISOLM, No. 103 St Phil
W__s No. 7.?Mrs. GUY. No 808 Meeting street.
Waud No 8.?Mrs NEWTON, No. 92 Cannon-stieet.
W. F. D-SAUS3UBE, Ser-retar?.
July 3 mtu4
ROYAL ?1AVA1A LOTTERY OF CUBA,
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT,
$360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SEVENTBBft
Pria es cashed and information fur otsbod,
The highest rates paid lor Douutoons and ali Ulna
Gkild ?h- a-.lv-r. I iY r,OB & -JO.- Barkfrj.
?' ?i-t-i. < ? ? Riti? Nr? % ' *V'?i .?i*-?-ei. Nfw/*>*&',
HAS J 08 T RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARD8 OF 8UPERFINE CONFED
?RATE GREY CLOTH, manufactured exprcsslyfor civil,
ian's summer and early fa'l wear lu the South. Will
be sold in Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B, These shades will always be found in my store.
HBNHY TBENOHABD, formerly 01 th manufacturer
for the Cotitederato States Army, Nos. 17 and 18 Ex
change street Cburleston, 8. C.
&_- Will barter for Wool. lmo June 28
C. 8. JENKINS
HAVING BEEN RE-APPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LOMBBR, would
resptctfulty Inform his till patrons and all others con
nected with the bttalno'S, that ho can be found at the
ofllco formerly occupied by J. W. BRODIE k SON, west
end of Broad-street lmo* June 7
CHARLESTON BILLIARD U.M.
Corner King and Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. COOLEST. AND MOST COMFORT
ABLE ROOM in the city, furnished with ELEVEN
TABLTF8, from the Manufactory of Messrs. KAVA
NAUGH k DECKER, New York.
LORING ? TURNEE, Propres.
Jute M lmo
Magoa Est Veritas et Prmlebit,
Truth is Mighty and Will Prevail.
THE- SUBtfORIBEBS FEEL IT TO BE THi.iK
duty to warn tho unwary public, and particularly n, w
whoso sight Is at all defective, to bo on their guard
against tho misrepresents lions o? c?rtala PEU DL El IS,
so-called OPTICIANS, Ac, professing to soil an aititlo
of spectacle?? which will cnablo one to boo at a lout; ?nd
short dlstanco with ?qual facility, with tho Hani?: Luiiso.
A physical impossibility, as can bo provod by tho kn; wn
laWB of optics.
With regard to Pobblos?tho only Pobblos or niatcriul
of which they are composed, of sterling merit, aro found
in Brazil, tho Southotstorn Continent having as yet fur
nished none auch. They have at tholr Establishment
as Bno an assort m ont as can bo found South, and wiU
supply the same Glasses, at from $3 to $3.CO per j,_r,
for which ITINERANTS are chargiug $5 to $20. This
sooma Btrange, but such Is tho caso. Numbers ul out
most respectable citizens havo boon recontly convinced
of this fact, AND CAN TEBTIFY TO ITS TROTH.
CALL AN D SEE POR YOUR8ELVE8. Wo guarantee
as satisfactory an adaptation as can bo bad elsewhere,
and WILL PRACTICE NO EXTORTION, preferring to
lot tho artlclos speak for them un? ven, and doairin g no
FLAMING TESTIMONIALS, but being willing to sub
mit to the test of mor? t before an h most public, autl to
abide by their docieion. Wo cordially Invite auy and all
to bring tho so-called Australian Glosses purchased olso
where. Wo will show them THE IDENTICAL AR
TICLE AT ONE-THIRD THE PRIOE.
ALLAN & SIDDONS,
NO. 307 KING-ST]REET,
SIGN OF THE LARGE SPECTACLES.
July 9 mW?3
THE TIDE WILL SERVE THIS DAY PROM 4 TO
7 o'clock, Morning and Evening, at White Point
Garden Bathing He use.
July9_P. KILROY. Proprietor.
DR. M. GREENLAND
HAVING TAKEN THE DRUG STORE, NO. 46 OAL
HOUN STREET, corner of Mlddio, and having
procured s frosh supply of DRUGS, MEDICINE, PER
FUMERY and DYE STUFF8. respoctfully offers the
samo to hfs friends and the community, and hopes by
Btrlct attention to meet their patronage
Physicians prescriptions promptly and oarofully com
pound??]. iuwil2 July 9
Per Last Steamer,
A email assortment of the
GIPSY QUEEN HATS.
HAMILTON, SAILOR, YACHT AND OOQDI
HATS, and FRENCH PATTEBN BONNE!
prices to Butt. Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW.l
July 7 9* No. 3OT King BU""
GOOD NEWS TO Si
AT 91.?0 PER POURfl
SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING AT PBESfP IN T_t
TJIOHMOND BMOKTNG TOBACCO, A11LEAP, AIT
_\r ?30 cents per pound, pleasant favor. %:.' ?t
BEG ALIA, 10 cents a paokage; by barrel Iquantity, a) ?__
rdlscount of 10 per cent. At L. LriENTZ* - _J_
Cheap Segar Store, No. 3M.^tfS*^i___
- ' First Segar Rtorev?i'aa?ffl*T,r?fcrge-stre3,f^i
BATH PAPER MILLS.
! A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF VARIOUS
QUALITIES OF - *4.
MANILLA AND BAG
Will be kept constantly on hand, and for sale nt
COTTON SAMPLING PAPER,
OP BLUE COLOR, VERY STRONG AND LARGE,
prepared expr?sly for Cotton Sampling.
OF ALL SIZES AND KINDS.
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent.
Corn it of Meeting and Market streets
M__tC___N_S AND OTHERS, *
WILL ATTEND TO BALANCING BOOKS, AD*
JUSTING ACCOUNTS, making out Custom
House Entries, Billa, &c
WRITING OF ALL KINDB done with neatness and
Offices CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINeS,
N. W. corner Church end Bros?-streets.
July 3 _lmo?
To Merchants, Tradesmen & Others.
PHLOT Oc B-_-_%?,_3S-3S,
Adjusters of Books and Account a,
WILL ATTEND TO OPENING, WRITING OP,
Adjusting and Balanoing Books. Will also en
gago to conduct hooks, make out soosunts, ko., by tho
month or year, on reasonable terms.
Bookkeepers asslated at their places of business.
Office at their Commercial School Boom,
Corner of Wentwoith and King streets.
June 21 N l_o
Arrivals by Sts. ??onoka ami Saragossa.
DBS RAOUL it LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THE
above steamers a large and soleot ?apply of PER
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES. Also, OON-BESS,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATERS, and a, full ?sort-,
??-nt ot PAT?NT AND OTHEB M?DIOINH-.
Jane 28 +