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RIORDAN, DAWSON ft CO., PROPRIETORS. OFFIQE No. U9 EAST BA Y. Va BID -Dint NEWS, one year.?<* 00 DAILY NBWS, six months.3 00 PAIL Y NEWS, three month*.2 00 Tai-WEEKLY NEWS, one year.8 00 ; TBI-WEEKLY NEWS, six months.?. 2 00 PAYMENT invariably in advaLce. No paper sent sinless the cash accompanies the order, or for a long? er time than paid for. TH? DAILY NEWS will be served to subscribers lu ?jfcc city at 35 eenie por week. ADVEBTISEM KNTS.-First insertion, IS cents a line; subsequent insertions, 10 cents a lino. Business Motlces, 20 cents a line. Marriage and Funeral No Ucee, One rollar each. , JW s w s a UM MA AT. -Gold at Now York yesterday dosed active ? id exerted at 38^. -At New York cotton closed firm. Bales 2800 b iles at 28$. -The Liverpool cotton market closed dull. Upland tljd. Salas 7000 tales. ?',' -New York ?B to have a Hansom cab com? pany, and among other handsome things it fluidly expects lively horses, polite drivers, and reasonable faros. -Mr. O'Sullivan, the present Mayor of Cork, lias refused a nomination for Parliament ten? dered him by the electors of Youghal. The Irish national papers defend the recent course of O'Sullivan. - A large meeting of capitalists was hold ci Thursday, in Knoxville, Tennessee, who tippointod a delegation to visit Cincinnati to r present the advantages of Knoxville as tho terminus of tho Southern Pacifie Railroad. -The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican reports t ie recent discovery in the gorges of tho maintains near the Alleghaoy Springs of a waterfall twelve hundred feet high 1 A party was soon to. ?eave Lynchburg, to visit tbe spot Bud attest tho truth of tho report. -Th3 following dispatch dated London, May 8. gives A correct view of the condition of finan? cial affii?d there on that day: "Tho stock market has been influenced unfavorably by an increase of tho Dank of England rate of inter ?? :t to 4J per cent., and the current beliof that a further advapco will be modo shortly-by the political uncertainty caused by Senator Sum? ner'0 speech-by the exportation ot gold for foroign 1 ;ans, and by the depressed s tat o of trade." -Thc monthly report of the commissioner of agrie .'.turo for the month bf April is just is? sued. I: covers one hundred pages, and is lilied vi itu interesting and reliable information upon every branch of husbandry. Its articles upon the condition of I arm stock and the dis? eases ot the iarm are especially interesting. Tho past winter seems to have been very favorable to stoclc g ono ral ly, although the low price of wool has not boon encouraging to Sheep raising, and thc reports relative to sheep are not so favorable, there having been on es? timated decrease ot' twenty per cent. The "Spartina" fibre, a new material for paper, and the "Ramie," or Ohma grass, are ?ubjoot? pf taAwMttag papers. '" -The pastoral lotter of Archbishop Spald? ing and Suffragan Frelates of the Province of Baltimore, issued at tko close of the Tenth Provincial Council, recently held in Baltimore, was read at the Cathedral and otber churches Of Baltimore on Sunday. It is a voluminous document, evincing profound thought, and comprehensive in its purposes, lt breathes, Of course, a spirit of fervent piety, and is re? plete with admonition to the clergy and laity Of tiie church. The following subjects are em? brace 1 lu the letter : Education, Catholic Publication Society, Murder of the Innocents, 1 Dangerous Amusements, Oar Colored Breth? ren, Protectories and Orphan Asylums, Bela- j tioua between the Bishops and Clergy and the vSovereign Pontiff. -From private advices received in Washing? ton relative to Cuban affairs, it appears that the'Spanish authorities will moko a determined effort to hold Puerto Principe and Neuvitas and tho railroad between tboee places. Com? munication must be kept open, it is said, be? tween the coast and the interior, or the Span? ish will be hemmed in at Puerto Principe. Numbers of murders are reported of persons yf/bA availed themselves of the amnesty, they having been shot by the outposts of ibo pa? triots. Several parties have been taken from the jail at Puerto Principe and shot, by order of General Dulce's chief of staff. Large sums of money hayo been offered to prominent lead? ers of the rebellion if hey would leave the isl? and. . Tbe Spaniards doing everything in their power to prevent the recognition of the insurgents by the United States. -Up to this time, no particulars have been received hore of the alleged sinking of the 'british brig hy a Spanish wat vessoi. montion- . ed in a dispatch from .tho English Consul at Havana, to the British Minister, a lew days ago. .Mr, Thornton says that tho officer in command of the British squadron at the West Indies has full instructions from the Euglieh Government to protect the interests ot British subjects in that quarter, and that he will not only do so. . but tha'.> he will demand prompt Bat?ataotioc for any outrages that have been or. m ft y bo committed on vessels sailing under tho British flag. Tbe Spanish Government, Mr. Thorn tin thinks, has no disposition to get into a quarrel ' with England, and should any of tho officer a of the Spanish navy, through indiscretion or too muoh zeal, commit any depredations upon British .commerce, the home government will redress the grievance as soon as it is brought to their attention.. It is now thought that the . consul who sent tho dispatch to tho British Ministor about the sinking of the English brig was misinformed. Mr. Thornton thinks that if such an outrage had boon committed, be would have had further particulars about it either from the consul or English commander on the West India station. -The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald says that "changes iii the Cabinet continue to be discussed with great freedom among tho politicians. Senator Sumner, it is said, is casting his eyes toward the State De? partment, and Edwin M. Stanton is spoken of for the Treasury Department by prominent Radicals, who, while they are satisfied with BoutweiTs politics, think he lacks force. Sum? ner, in conversation with a gentleman a few 4aysago, said that if tbe country demanded his services in the State Department lie could not refuse, although, if his own wishes were consulted, of ooaree he did not want the place. Notwithstanding this modest disclaimer, it is said by those who know Sumner best that he would readily take the State De? partment if it were offered him. Stanton has a great idea of his ability to manage the finances, and had he been offered the place at the outest there is Rood reason to believe he would have accepted it. It is said that the hue and cry gotten up by the Badioal press about the Cabi? net has for its ultimate objection the displace? ment of some of the present Cabinet officers to make way for more pronounced Badlo&ia, like Sumner and Stanton. I learn from tbe beet sources that no member of th? Cabinet intend to retiro juBt at precut, cortainly not beforo the meeting of Congreso next winter. Tbey say tho positions sought them and not they tho positions; that coma of thom acooptod at the earnest request of the President, and that whenever ho indicates that their resignations are necossary to inn uro the suecos s of bis ad? ministration they will bo forthcoming. They do not propose, however, to be frightened into resigning by what they term newspaper clamor." CHARLESTON. WEDNESDAY MOBBING, MAY 12, 1809. TThe Completion ot th* Pacific Railroad. There was a smack of theatrical effect in the announcement, that the Pacific Railroad would be completed by driving a spike cf gold into a sleeper of laurel, each blow of the sledge being simultaneously recorded in the telegraph offices of New York and San Francisco; hut there is an excuse for flourish and display? and it will be hard for the most bombas tie speaker to exaggerate the importance of the iron band which con? nects tho Atlantic and the Pacific, and as it io the noblest work which Western civili? sation has successfully accomplished, must hold tho first place in tho material achieve? ments of the century. It matters but little j whether there has been stealing and plun I dering during the building of the road; whether ten men or a thousand have been enriched by contracts or plaoe. All that wo need remember, is that the Pacific Rail? road is oom pie ted, that eleven hundred milos of road are added to our gigantic rail? way system, and that the locomotive which pants in the streets of the oities of the East, ia never silent until it roaches tho shores of the G olden State. Every day has impressed more profound? ly on the popular mind the practical utility of the trans-continental railroad. As it ad? vanced mile by mlle, lt created towns which must soon enjoy an enduring importance. It baa already;, carried an army of farmers to the fertile lands .and pleasant climates of the West, where they will build up new cities, construct new roads, and in turn, attract; another tide of settlers. It has drawn immigrants from Europe and from Asia, lt has placed the mines of gold and silver within easy reach of' every quarter;. It has made Pennsylvania the neighbor of California, and has brought the whole Pa? cific coast ono hundred years nearer to the van of practical progress. The Pacific Railroad will populate and dcvelope the territory lying between the great river and the great sea--a territory vast in area and rich in every element of j greatness. And then its office is but begun. By means of this now completed railroad the commerce of Eastern Asia will be poured into the lap of Eastern North Amer? ica. This trade will be ours, beoause by this route it can most easily find a market, and beoause Europe can draw ber supplies mora quickly through bar ports by the rail? road than by the uncertain ways of the sea. The commerce of Japan and Australia must also be ours, and the islands of the Paoifio are brought within our grasp. And with the opening of the road of which we speak, the Paoifio railroad system is still in its infancy. Even if the route of the Paoifio Railroad permitted it to be operated without interruption throughout the year, it oould not for long meet the demands of the trade which will pour over it with Bteadily inoreasing force. Every immigrant who settles on the line of thc road, every ton of quarts and ounce of preoious metal, every bushel of com and wheat, will be aa addi? tion to the business of the lino,. and the time must and will oome when not one Pa? oifio Railroad but many will traverse the continent, and bring the Wealth of Asia and of the whole United States,.wept of the great river, to the seaports of the East, will oome the Southern Paoifio Railroad, which will build up Charleston and Norfolk and Savannah into metropolitan cities, and others-Will follow in its train until every demand of oommeroe shall be satisfied, and its every want fulfilled. . The oourse of years alone oan show what will be the extent of the effect produced by the Paoifio Railroad apon the prosperity of thc country. It must tend to make the whole Unioa more homogeneous in charac? ter, to draw the people ?sore nearly to? gether, and, we hopo, to destroy that sec? tional feeling, which bids New England thrive though all else pine and perish. It should give tho people Urger and broader ldea$, and a catholicity of sentiment which now is wholly wanting. There Will bo prosperity enough for us all. It will not be needful to dat the' throat of another to eave our own commercial life. But as the South is now far behind in the raoe, ehe should > fill ' herself with new energy, and foroe, and never tire until, side by sid? with the foremost States in the Union,, she may press on to that goal of fortune which Will reward her, as well a? power and riche? may, for all that she has suffered and all that she has lost. ... .-. s H ?? n ,?. ; THE Naw YOBK HEBAUD is hammering ae hard for a war as it did for the nomination of Admi? ral Farragut for President, and will suoooed about as well. It says : "On the Alabama claims the upshot of Sen? ator Sumner's exhaustive and conclusivo expo? sition of the case for the United States bas been put into a nutshell by Wendell Phillips, in this demand-a full pecuniary recompense for tho damages suffered by oar commerce from Anglo-rebel cruisers, and a distinct dis? avowal of Lord Russell's neutrality and bel? ligerent rights of 1661 as a preoedent for ?he future guidance of England. Now, aa with the acceptance of this ultimatum the mott convenient settlement to both countries will be the oeesion of British North Ameno?, so with the rejection of this ultimatum by England the occupation of the New Do? minion will be the moat convenient alter? native for the United States. For thia al? ternative, upon a call for volunteers, two hun ? dred and fifty thousand trained soldiers could be mustered along oar Northern border within sixty days* Senator Chandler's late speech on this subject waa rather a Stump harangue from a Western demagogue than the argument of a responsible American statesman; hat still hts leading idea ia fixed in the public mind of the great Northwest. Those people, aa to a nainral outlet for their heavy: ?atfpttt? prNlaole, are looking now to the opening of the St. Law? rence to the sea, with something of the same feeling which led them against the late rebel lies fe? the seopeslstf of the Mississippi." A ti efo rm Cl nb. The Round Table proposes the establish? ment of a Urform Club in New York eily for the purpose of promoting free trade, the exposure and punishment of oorruption in pubiio servants, the representation of minorities, the abolition of an elective ju? diciary, and other moasures tending, to good government and pubiio prosperity. The Boheme is a good one. A olub is a very good way of organizing the partisans of new ideas or new measures into oompaot ness and effioienoy. The oause of the free traders would gain very much if they had a pleasant olub house, offering all the at? tractions of agreeable society, a com foi table and inexpensive restaurant, and reading rooms and parlors in which gentle? men of like Tiews oould meet for conversa? tion and general social intercourse. But we doubt whether there ia sufficient ripe? ness of sentiment among the gentlemen who agree, for the most part, upon the subjects in question, to render the formation of such a olub practicable as yet. The political divisions connected with the war are still too strongly marked for suoh a new incre? ment to be successful. For instanoe, there are many Republicans who are free traders, just as there are many Dem?crata who are Opposed to the elective judiciary; but they will hardly combine at present in opposi? tion to the general polioy of their respec? tive parties. The Round Table has brought forth a proposition whioh will doubtless take effect at some future day, but oan hardly be realized at present. manu. MILbWKIOHT-WANTBD, A COMPE? TENT MILL WAIGHT, jtpply to JOHN CAM1j8EN A CO._2_May 12 WANTED, A LIGHT llOUKIWAY OR COVERED BU (JG Y for one Horse No ob? jection to one that has hoon used. Apply this day to HH ACE ELFORD & KELLY, Boyce's Wharf. May 12_1 ASITUATION WANTED BY A RES? PECTABLE young woman aa competent Child's Nurse or Chambermaid, and ia willing to make herself useful; also, can do plain sowing. Has no objection to travelling with * family. Apply at No. 4.19 KING-STREET, opposite the Citadel. May 12_1? WA NT KO, A YOUNO GIRL, (GE H MAN PREFERRED,) to mind an infant and to do general housework. Inquire at No. 262 KING? S'! tt BET._1_May 12 WANTER, A GOOO COOK AND WASHER fur a small family. Must come well recom? mended. Apply at No. ,191 QUEEN-STREET, one door from Butledge-atree't. 1? May 12 WANTRO-AGENTS-$75TOS?00 PEU month, everywhere,' male and female, to in? troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON SENSE FAMILY SWING MACHINE. This ma? chine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a most superior manner. P.ice only $18. Fully warranted for flvo years. We will pay $1000 lor any michlne that will sew a stronger, more bvautiiul. or more elastic seam than ours. It makes tbe ''Elastic Lock Stitch" Every second > ti te h can be cut, and still the cloth cannot bo pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agents from $76 to ?200 por m ml h and expenses, or a com? mission from whioh twice that amount can be made. Address, SECOMB A CO:, PITTSBURG, PA. ; ST. LOUIS. MO., or BOSTON, MASS. CA?IION.-Do not be imposed upon by other parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines, under the same name or otherwiae. Ours is the only genuine and really practical cheap machine manufactured. 78 ..May 4 WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FDR ALL ""THE LB4MS? MAGAZINES AND NEWS? PAPERS, at publisher's ratea. ~ CHARLES O. B1GHTEB, April 21_No. 161 King-sheet. WANTER-AGENTS -TO SELL TUE AMERICAN KNII TING MACHINE. Price $25. .The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma? chine ever invented. Will ault 20,000 stitches per minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. May 4_78 WANTED, FIRST-CLASS TRAVEL? LING SALESMEN in every State. Good wages or a liberal per cont, and steady employment. Address, with stamp, B. F. HOWE, No. 639 Arch stree*, Philadelphia, Pa._amos_April 3 WANTED. AGENTS FOR THE AMERI? CAN FARMERS' HORSB BOOK, in both Eng? lish and German, by Robert Stewart, V. ti., ot Miss, i he work covers the whole ground of the breeding aud raising, and the treatment of hones and mules, bo'.h in sickness and health. It has won its way to popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and be?t selling Horse Book out Address O. F. VEN I', Pubbabfir, Cincinnati, O. 6mo? March 19 Y VT ANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB. Yt SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBBABY. CB ABLES C. RIGHTER'S S?lect Library of New Books contains all of the latest publications. April 21, , N?. 161 KING-STREET. ?0 Bent. TO RENT, A DESIRABLE DWELL? ING HOUSE, at Flat Bock, N. C., The House is well situated? contains 7 rooms; isoomplety fur? nished; kitchen attached to the house; servant's house, stable and carriage house, excellent water, fruit and Shade trees; abundance of wood for fire. Bent moderate For full particulars apply to GEO. B. HOPPOCK, Accommodation Wharf. May 13 _ nae_ a TO RENT IN NEW YORK, FOR THE . Summer, a? elegant four-story DWELLING, in Lexington .Avenue, fitted up with all mode, n im? provements and furnished throughout in the highest Style, tot particulars, apply at No. 17 H AY NE STREET. WM. SHEPHBBD. May 8 _ BW6 . fpo RRNT, FOUR UPRIGHT ROOMS. JL wi tb Dressing Boom and Pantry. . Apply at No. 2.6 LEQABE-STBEKT. May 10 T710R SALE, ONE EIGHT OARED JD ?ACE BOAT, forty feet long, foui'feet wlQe, without riggers, made out of one log, and goes fest, Apply to SHAOKELFOBD & KULLY, Boyce's Wharf; ,_; waa May 12 T710R SALE, A LIGHT DRAUGHT JD NEW CED iU BU1L l' BOAT, copper fastened; centre keel; 21 feet 6 inches long, and 6 feet A inches beana, with sills, oars, rudder, anchor-every thing in ordnrj Apply at THIS OFFICE, y May 12 FOR Sift^LK, IK TUB VILLAGE OF Adams' Bun. a hand->omo Tvfo-aad-a-half story .RESIDENCE, eu brick, foundation, modem style, finely finished, with double piazza; well known as the Taveau House. On tba premises aie all neces? sary outbuBd'ngs in cood order; and a well ot excel? lent water. One acre Lot. Location central and healthy. For terms and further information apply to J. P. MOODIE. Beal Estate Agent, Corner Calhoun-street and But1 edge Avenue. May 5 . _ wA , FUR 8AL10.-THE UNDERSIGN E0OP FEBvfor eale a one-half interest in the ottceof THE ABBEVILLE BANNER, to a c??h purchase r. The office ia well supplied with printing material; baa ample facilillo? for Job Printing, aa well aa the pub? lication of a weekly newspaper. The paper has a large list of subscribers, and enjoys an adversing patronage Becoud to no other paper in the State, .forms made known abd further particulars given on application. W. W. FARROW. April 26_;_I_mwflmo FOR SALK, SODA WATER APPA RA? TUS, complete. Apply at No. Iso MEETING STREET, . W MayR ?NTKAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP. O if applied for Immediately ID one la-horso Portable ENGINE (1) One 4-horse Portable Engine. (1) One 6-horse-power ENGINE, in good condition. CAMERON, BARKLEY st CO.. Northeast corner Meeting sad Cumberland-streets. January lo ? ? ?- ?? ?_ ? rpOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IS JD any quantity. Pri?e 79 cento per hundred. The cheapest wrapping paper tbst can be used. Ap? ply at the office of THE NEWS. March 1 XpOUMD, A TEM WI KR PUP, WHICI JD can ba ob ained by the owner upon proving ur petty and payytogtWaava^lasenieuU 1 stay 12 1kttft?tt T RESPECTFULLY IBP OEM SUV L friends and the nubUo that I have removed to Nov 249 KING-STREET, nearly oppoaltft to Mt. 0. Kerrtson'a Dry Goods BataMisbment. CB ABLE-i KERRISON. Jr.. Mays ? (Hardware.] ?Rtt??l?flS. DULT A l.OOUU OFPKllPKCTUW.RIO. 1. AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION-O F THIS LODGE will ba bold i HIS (Wodoosday) EVBNINO, at Ki?ht o'clock, for the pur poso of cootarring tbo Fourteenth Doune, aud tbo dis usslon of au Impor? tant muter requiring the geueral attendance of its members. By order of T, P. O. M. May 12 E. E. BKDEORD, Becretary, I. O. O. P. SOUTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. 1. THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEE UNG OF THIS LODGE will be beld THIS EVENING, at Eight o'clock precisely. By order. T. W. CANNON, May 12 w Secretary. ii* su a AN UP; ANO Tnusvr COMPANY OF CHARLESTON. 4SPECTAL MEEI IN 4 < F I HK STOCKHOLD? ERS of tbi-i Company will be hold at their ?o, No. 8 Broad-street, THIS DAT, the 12th instant, at 12 o'clock M. A general and punctual attendance ls requested, as business of importance will be submitted. JOHN H. HONOUR. May 12_President. eiAKiBK Pitts UNGINU COMPANY. ATTEND THE THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY Meeting of your Company, THIS h VENING, the 12th instant, at half-paBt Eight o'clock. By order. GEO. A. CALDEB, May 12 Secrotary M. F. E. Co. GURMAN I Itt 10 EKOINE COMPAftY. THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF this Company will be held at the Engine House, THIS DAT. at five o'clock P. M. All members are requested to be punctuil, as bu* siness of importance wlU be transacted. By order of the President. GERHARD R1ECKE, May 12 Secretary. M. A. AM? P. A. S. JU., NO. 1. THE REGULAR MEETING WILL BB HELD Tars EVENING, at Eight o'clock. A punctual attendance of the members is requested. Members ia arrears will come prepared to pay. By order. * May 12 STATU MBDICAL ASSOCIATION. AMEETING OF THIS ASSOCIAI ION WILL be beld io Charleston on 'THURSDAY, 20th day ot May, with ttie view to reorganization. 1 istrict Societies are earnestly requested to send delegates, and all mombers of ihe protession in the State are invited0? attend. The various railroads and steamboat* will pass delegates for one fare. v JOHN DOUGLASS, M. D., vice-President s. C. Medical Association. 49- State parers in?ert twice and send bill to President Association. rac May ll Kotirrs in Panhraptri). IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CA ROI J NA MAY TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF ISAA'3 V. HERTZ. OF CHARLESTON, 8. C., BANK? RUPT-PETITION FOB FULL AND FINAL DIS? CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a bearing be bad on the TWELFTH DAT or JONE, 1869, at the Fedora] Courthouse in Charleston. S. C. ; and that all Creditors, Ac, of said Bankrupt appear kt said time and place, and show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. By order of the Court, the lit t? day of May. 1869. DANIEL UORLBEOK, Cleric of tho District Cour? of the U. S. for a. C. May 12_w2 IN THK DIST lil UT' COC lt T OP THU UNITED STATE*, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA MAY TERM, 1809.-IN THE MATTER OF THOMAS J. WHITAKER, OF LDGEFIELD COUNTY, BANKRUPT-PETTI ION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a hear.ng be had on tho TWELFTH D\T or JUNE. 1869, af Federal Courthouse lu Charleston, S. C. ; and that all Creditors, Ac., ot said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and show cause, lt any they can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. By order of the Court, the 11th day of May, 1869. DANIEL UORLBEOK, Clerk of the District Court of the United States for South Carolina. w8 May 12 IN THK DISTRICT COURT OP THK UNITED STATES Fe R SOUTH CAROLINA MAY TERM. 18?,-IN THE MATTER OF B. C. BRYAN. OF TCDGEFIELD COU NI Y, BANK? RUPTS-PETITION' FOR FULL AND FINAL PI90HARG MN BANK RU et CV-Ordered, Th it a hearing be badon the TWELFTH DAT or JUNE, 18*9. at Federal Courthouse in Charleston. South Caro? lina; and that aUlcreditors, Ae., of said Bankrupt appear at said tliiiBfcnd place, and show cause, if any they can, why the ?ayer of the petitioner should not I bo tranted. By oraer vt Mm tn? ntn u?? ur uty. MmWt DANIEL HORLBECK. Clerk of th^BH BB C.-urt of the Uaited States for SoutsBBaVPsMsfe w3 . May 12 , ft*. 1ST IE "W GOODS. J. R. HEAD & CO. No. ?63 K1NQ.8TKEBT. HAVE THIS DAY OPENED AN ASSORTMENT or BLACK DBESS GOODS, To whioh they invite the attention .of the Ladies. BLACK BYZANTINE, 8-1 WIDE-A NEW ARTI? CLE Black Crape Mareta, 8-4 wide Black Iron Grenadine, 8-4 wide Black Hernannl Grenadine, 8-4 wide. ALSO, White Crape Mareta, 8-4 wide White Barege, 8 4 wide. I . : TOOETHEB WITH, Herannls, Bareges, Iron Grenadines, Crape Ma? reta and T/amlte Cloths, in ordinary widths. J. R. RUAD ?? CO. CHEAP PRINTS. 19 l-? CENTS. WE ARV TO-DAY OFFERING A ' FULL LINE OF, CALICOES, at 12J* cents per yard. J. H. RUAD ?Sc" CO. MOSQUITO BO BB I NET, IN VARIETY, MOSQUITO PAVILION GAUZE White coating Linen Printed Linen Lawn* New Muslins and Organdies New Par?ales and Peques Richardson's Dish Linens Linen Sheeting, 7 M wide ! Pillow Case Linen New York Mitta Longoloth Wamsutta, Masonvihe, Lonsdale, and 'other fa Teilte brand* ot yard wide Bleached Shirt ings . Ladles tummor Under Vest* ? Men'* Ganse Merino Under Vasta; . .1 \ . - J, R. HKiD ? CO. ENGLISH HOSIERY. LADIES' WHIMS CUTTO* STOCKINGS Men'* Half Horn, in best English manufacture. ?LOVES, OLOVES? LADIES LIsLE THREAD GLOVES . Gentlemen's Lisle Thread Glove* Ohildren's Lisle Tbreud Gloves. ALSO, WHITE GOODS. ooapniBiso IN PART : NAINSOOK MUSLINS, . MOLL'*, JACONETS, Cambrics, Bishop and Victoria Lawns; Swisses-in plain, ?triped and checks; 8-4 French Muslins, Or? gandies, Tatfetans, Aa, Ac. J. It. RUAD Si CO. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. FULL LINES OF NO VELI IES IN LACE GOODS aud Embroideries, ea usual. , J. K. RE \JD & CO., A*V. Bet K. I N G-S T K K UT . April ia_mw <3?no4 CHEAP DRY GOODS. IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES, A std Dry Goods Buyers Generally. THE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCE TBE FOL . -UK*m. i . '? CALIQOH38, of fair quslit , redned from 12 % to 10 cents. H WPS ft I MTS, favorite styles, from 60 cent? np. ENGLISH and German Hose and Half Bose, at ! the mo?A reasonable prto**, ALBUM?. Notions. Fringes, Gimpi, Battons, Tort mon&lcs, all at moderate prices. PARASOLS-Children's from 00 ?nts, to Ladles' ' from ys conte op. DRUBS GOODS, consisting of Bareges, Grena dlaef, Crape Maret?, fxo a. 20 cents np. RIBBONS, Straw G-oode and F?ns, a nico assort? ment. YOU TRY our 4 4 Longcfotbs, at ligand 15 cents GOOD ft?ALWYof Kid Oioves, reduced to ?1. Tine Berlin Gloves, Ladies'and children's, from M cents up. iWTKSHKBHKRE'8 celebrated French Cor? sets, from 00 cent? up. ON Ll' ??centi fora good Brown liaen Table Cloth DOY Ll US. DUper and Table Linen, sold at the lowest mab prices. S?LK.S. of very good quality, reduced to $2 ?nd ta ?. BEST. . AU goods are bought by chance, a&d the people will find lt to their ad vantaga to call et puaoHOirr i' st BBUM, No. 487 King-street, oorner of Calhoun. An exclusive department tar Boots, ?ho*?. fiat* , and Trunks. ISMS May 3 Amusements. TK^A8Iili\GTUN MGHT Ij^FANTUY CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION FAIR, ? AT HIBERNIAN HALL,, Will positively cloBo To-Iilorro w fl hursday) Ev o ni ns. 'J lio ballot for the Firemen's Prize, consisting of: 1 SOLID SILVER TRUMPKT 100 FEET DOUBLE RIVETED HOSE 2 LA*TKRN8 2 PIPES Will bo closod at 10 o'c'ock precisely. H. B. OLNEY, Chairman. J. L. HOMO?R, Secretary and TreaMiror. May 12_ ftlj-^ET US BAYE PEACE I? GRAND NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE AND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, To be held in the CITY UP HUSTON. Jane 15, IB. 17, 18 and IO, 1860, To commemorate the restoration of PEACE THROUGHOUT THE LAND. TBE COLISEUM IN WHICH THE JUBILEE IS to be held will afford ample accommodation for nearly FIFI Y THOUSAND PERSONS, and the ae? ries of musical entrtalnmonta win include oratorio performances by the OBEATEST CHOBUi ever or? ganized in any part of tho world, made up of Musical Societies from all sections of the country, and TWENTY THOUSAND CHILDBEN from the public schools, with un Orchestra of ONE THOUSAND IN? STRUMENTS, comprising many of the principal Banda and best Musicians in the United States. Distinguished guests from all sections of the Union, including National and State Officials, will partici? pate in tha Jubilee; and the citizens of Boston will be prepared to extend those hospitalities and atten? tions to visitors from abroad which they hope may serve to inaugurate the ratura of kind and fraternal feeling among all American citizens, and aid in per? petuating throughout the world, "Peace on earth, good will toward men." The immense, outlay attendant upon this vast un? dertaking has been guaranteed with an unexampled promptness by the citizens of Boston, ensuring for the Festival and Jubilee evory success which pecuni ry aid can command. The following scale ot prices has boen established : bingle admission, with secured seats, $5 and $3, according to location. Single admission without secured' seats, $2. Season ticket-transferable-admitting three per? sons to all the entertainments given in the Collsoum during the reason, $100. The aale of seats wlR commence at the Boston Mu? ele Hill, MONDAY, May 17th. Orders for seats, ac? companied with the money, may be transmitted by m rule daklers throughout the country, or by mail or expresB directed to A. P. PECK, Ticket Agent, Boston Muslo Hall, Boston Mass. Per order of the Executive Committee. May 12 wa* HENRY O. PARKER, Secretary. M AY FESTIVAL AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MEETINI A N l> WENTWORTH STREETS. The Ladies of ST. MARK'S SEWING CIRCLE solicits ttro p?l,f?||. ot (Ko euiwrnus citizens Of Charleston to aid them in their efforts to erect a House of Worship. 4V Admission, 15c; Children, 10o ; Season Tick eta, tl. Ticketa to be had at the door. JtST Doors open at 6.30 P. M. fmwS May 7 Agricultural. FAUftEIVS FRIEND. THE WONDERFUL LITTLE JEWEL, PATENT COAN SHELLER. COUNTY RIGHTS FOB 8ALE ON REASONABLE terms, or by the dozen te merchants within the First and Second Collection Districts, houih Caroli? na. Address O. N. AVERILL, May 12 6 Charleston. S. 0. insurance. YOU DIGHT TO I Ai MU HE IN THE CHARLESTON BRANCH LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS : 1st. Because lt ls a home institution managed and controlled by your own citizens. 2d. Because it ls the only monied institution of the kind that loans its funds tn the States from which they are derived 3d. Because it is purely mutual; all policyholders shara in ita profita or earnings. Its large and in? creasing assets belong exclusively to the policy holders. 4th. Because its rates are lr wer than those of most other companies. And its dividends will be larger. 6th. Because lt invests its funds at rates of interest averaging ten per cent., while Eastern comp mies' rates average less than seven per cent. This makes; the dividends of the ABSociat'on larger and the rates of premium sntaUer. One hundred dollars improved at six per cent, for fifty y cent will amount to $1,842 ol. The same amount inveated at ten per cent, will pro? duce Slr 739 00. Difference in f.?YO: of the bra per cent investment $9,807 08. Cih Because you ought to insure in a successful in stitution, and the Life Association of America la ac knowledged. by its enemie? as weU as its friends to be by far tbe moat successful life insurance institu? tion of its sge In tho United States. NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN? VESTED IN TH*S COMMUNITY. $100.000 deposited in tho Insurance Department of the State ot Missouri (according to law for the protection of poli cy holders. Officers. H. G. LOPER, Pres'nt (Cashier Peoplo's Nat.- Bank). W. G. GIBbEH, vice-President (W. G. WhJUlou & Co.) E. E. JENKINS, Al. D...Medical Examiner. filireetora. ' JOHN B. STEELE (of North, Steele & Wardell.) O. IRVINE WALKER (Walker, Evans & CogswelL) G. W. AIM IR, Druggist. ' H. T. PEAKE. Gen'l Superintendent 8. C. Railroad. CF. PANKNIN, Druggist, J AS. E. SPEAR. Jeweller. D. H. SK.COX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture. j N. P. C AMT KU, Secretary and Agent, March 20 lyr No. AO Broad-street, Cigars, -Cibtoi^^ ATTENT??NT?E SMOKERS ! IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM? PORTED SAVANA <UGARand LEA* OBAOOO. caU at No. 80 MAHKET-ST RKET, where you will und now open tor inspection the largest and most se eot stock ol Cigar? and Leaf 1 obacco ever import? ed to this market, and which we offer at a price that will sai ?sty ell dem ?nda. Who'esn'o and Retail, by SAYAS. & MARINAS, No. ?IO MARK BXT-MTSLEKT. January 1 wa QT. CLOD D .HOTEL). THIS NSW AND 0OMMOM0U8 HOUP IC, LOCAT? ED conwr ot Broadway ead Forty-PfX^nd-sireet, possesses advantages over alt other hoares for the ac? commodation ot its guests, ft was built expressly for a nrat-clsss family boarding house-the rooms being large and en suite, heated by sieass,-with bot and cold w .ter. and furnished second to none; while tha culinary department ls in thc most experienced hands, affording guests aa unequalled tabla. one of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among the ..modern improvements" and at. the service ot guests at ai: boura. The Broadway and University Plao? Cara pasa the door every four minutes, ruantn* from the city Hail to Central Pa k, while Ibe Mxth au.1 > eventb Avenue Unca ar? but a Short block ?rn either slue, affording ample faculties for comm un louting with all the deptHA, atoaxahoat Undings, ola?es of anwue ment eMbusluee? of tb* great nwtropoll?. HOHE St HOLLEY, Piroyrteters. Karon 12 ?"?os Pragf, Cljtmirol?, (Etc. C. F. PANKNIN, Apothecary and Chemist. No. 1&3 Meeting-street, CHARLE8TON, 8 . C. rjME ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN? TION to his stock of tho host Imported and Domes? tic CHEMICALS, DRUGS' AND PATENT MEDICINES, DEATH TO FLIES. USE LIGHTNING LIGHTNING LIGHTNING LIGHTNING FLY PAPER FLY PAPER FL i PAPER FLY PAPER. SURE AND SPEEDY DES I RUCTION TO THIS TROUBLESOME VISITOR. FOU SALK BY THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM, . T3-X~ THE ADVERTISER. MANUFACTURER OF PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS, Whioh nave established for themselves a reputation surpassed by none. Through constant effort and attention he hopes to meiit a continuance of the public patronage which has hitherto been extended to him. February 16_tuthslyr FRESH DRUGS. JUST RECEIVED, ?KIM AULT ?? CO.?S PREPARATIONS I IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME GUAYANA POWDERS. All fresh from Parie, and for sale by Dr. H. DAER, May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STBEET. FOR THE HAIR. JUST RECEIVED, PHALON'S CHEMICAL HAIR INV1GORA TOR AYER'S HAIR VIGOR MONIGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER BURNETT COCO AINE HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER CHEVALIERS LIFE FOR THE HAIR CHALFANT*? COCOA CREAM LYON'S KATH AIRON BARRY'S TRICOPHEROUS REEVE'S AMBROSIA HAIR TONIO. For sale by Dr. H. BAEB, May 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET, HOUSEKEEPERS ! HOUSEKEEPERS ! MEN-WOMEN-AND CHILDRENS Al EN-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN I READ-HEAD. .'Cooling to ScaMa and Burns," .'Soothing to all painful wounds,'.' Ac "Healing to all Sores, Ulcers," Ac. 'COSTAR'*' BUCKTHORN SALVE Is tho most extraordinary HALVE ever known. Its power of toothing and Healing for all Outs, Burns, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Chapped (lands and *ain, for Hore Nipp en, tor Piles, Ac, Ac -is without a paral? lel. One person says of it: "I would not be with* out a box tn my house, if lt cost $5, or 1 had to travel all tb way to New York tor lt." IAr. Y. Evning New, September 6. MW AH' Druggists in CHARLESTON sell lt. " COST AR'S " STANDARD PREPARATIONS ABS HIS BEAUTIFIBK1 THE Bitter-Sweet ?nd Orange Blossoms. Sar One Bottle, Si-Three for $2. HIS .t:o?tarV Rat, Roach, Sin.. Kxtermi'n. "CastarV Bod Bag Exterminators, t* cos tar's" (only pore) Insect Powder. "Only Infallible Bemedie* known." ..111 Beware ll I of spurious imitations." "All Druggists in CHARLESTON seU them." Address ?COSTAR,'? Nc. 18 Howrrd-at., N.T. Bold In CHARLESTON, 8. 0., by GOODRICH, WIKBMAN ct co. March M nao lye (?rorcrirs nnb i?liiifclloiuous. SMOKED TONGUES, &c I^XTB* L'RGE SMOKED TONGUES, CHOICE li P?O SHOULDERS, BREKFAb? STRIPS Ginger simps, Kentucky Creams, ami all variety of Crackers, received HUH week WM. H. CORWIN & CO. BREAKFAST B ICON. &c. i)KA< I LBS. CHOICE BUKAKFAST BACON ?irjyjys 80 bbl?. Crushed Su?ar 30 bbl H. Su at house Syrup CO lui)'; Lard. Just received and for Bale hy May 13 'I R. St A. P. CALDWELL. HAY ? FLOUR! A E\f\ BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, EX fJbOvJ steamor Mira COURU. 600 bar1 els Family, Extra, Euper and Fine Flour, ex schoonor E. O. Bodman. For sale by May 10_JOBN OAMP8EN & CO. CORN AFLOAT. CsKAil BUSHELS PRIMK WHITE CORN, PER iJt)\J\J bri? Paragon at Brown'* wharf. For sale by WEST & JONES, May 10 No. 76 East Bay. I" _NEW GOODS. IN STORE AND LAM11NG, CLARET. ON DRAUGHT. AT $1 60 PER GALLON Lubin'a Flavoring fc xtrocls, at reduoed prices Hostetter's, Drake'-, Herman's, Curacoa, Tonic and Staughton Bitters Monongahela, Rye bourbon and Cabinet Whiskies, of all grades and at all prices, bottled and On draught Champagne Oidor, Pints and Quarts Lemon Syrup. CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY 8TORE, Southwest cornrr Meeting and Market streets. Goods delivered tree. April 26 KYEUSON & BATES, Champagne Ale Brewery, ii A it i. it ni, rv. Y. THIS CELEBRATED ALE 18 BREWED FRESH all through the year, and ls guaranteed to keep sound through tho hottest weather, and on that account is of all Ales the best adapted to the South? ern climate. KNOX, DALY, it CO., Agents, February 15 3mos Charleston, 8. 0. FRESH DRUGS. JUST RECK1VED AND VOR HALB BY DU. H. BA KR, No. 131 MKETINO HTRUICT. BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE Bose's Cough Syrup Hchenk's Pulmonic. Syrup Schenk's Seaweed Tonic Saratoga "A" Water Cherokee Remedy and Cure Sluvenaring Elixir loride of Lime Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution Brown's Chlorodyne German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill?, Ac,. Ste. April 3 CHLORI DE OF LI IVIE, FOR KALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY. Dr. H. BAI R. April 3 No. 131 Moeting street. /crtUt3*ft. SUPERPHOSPHATES, CROASDVLVS GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND BOWER'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both standard Fertilizers. For sale by WM. GURNEY, No. 102 East Bay. Sole Agent for south Carolina. April 20 Imo _ printing, (Etc._ NEUFVILLE & HANNAM, SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY. BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, BOOKBINDERS, j?. ? Job Printers and Stationers. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FLAT AND FOLDED PAPEBS, CARDS, CARD BOARDS. BILL HEADS, ?c. No. O Broad-Street, CHARLESTON, S. C. B. K. NEUFVILLE. WM. HANNAM. May S_Imo BIM NEWS JOB OFFICE, No. 14=9 EAST BAY. BUSINESS CARDS VISITING CARDS SHOW CARDS CIRCULARS! BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS DRAY RECEIPTS PROGRAMMES: PAMPHLETS BRIEFS LAW BLANKS BILLS LADING INSURANCE POLICIES NOTICES. NOTES DRAFTS, Ac., Printed in the neatest style sad at the Lowest Rates. April 3 JHarijinenj, (toting Hit. j^KKTINtt-STR.K*/r FOUNDRY. THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING THE IMPROVED MCCARTHY COTTON GIN, STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sises | on hand IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL GOBI MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILE1 AND PANS, of aD sises HOBBS POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from S td feet tn di annoter IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand. power. Saw and Bios Milla MACHINERY AN? CASTINGS of SU descrlpth made to order Particular attention paid to HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD-| mae, GRATINGS, CISTERN COVERS, SASS WRIGHTS, Ac, <6cJ\ WILLIAM 8. HENRREY, MAOHINIS1 AND FOUNDER.} No. 814 MEETING-STREET, C'HABIJtSXOK, S. C. August t ?WS