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VOLUME II....N0. 343.1
CHARLESTON, S. C, MONDAY. JULY 3, 1866.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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WADDINGTON Juno 30.-Major-Gonoral JOHN
PCPE tucceeda General HOOKES, who haa beon re
lieved from duty in Now York, on accouut of con
tinued ill health. General HANCOCK takea PorE's
place in the Weat.
A Special Committee, of tho Sonato havo agreed
to report a bill appropriating $4,000,000 for tem
porary repairs of the Mississippi levees. Tho bill
will pass tho Sonato, and several prominent mem
bers of tho Houao havo indicated an intention to
Vote for it.
Tho total receipts from internal revenue, cus
toms, direct tax?e, sales of public lands and
miscellaneous noiircea for the fiscalyoar ending to
day will, it l8 estimated at tho Treasury Depart
ment, reach $550,000,000. The receipts from in
ternal revonuo, aB estimated, will bo $370,000,000.
From direot tax about $2,000,000. From sales of
public lands $000,000. From miscellaneous aour
. ces $C5,000,000.
The Froaidont pardoned three porsons to-day,
?viz., Mre. MABY COLE, Mrs. HABT W. ANDEBSON,
and O. F. DANIEL, of Groen county, Georgia.
All tht'Ho applicants como under tho $20,000
Clause of the Amnesty Proclamation.
WASHINGTON, Juiy 1. -Tho 8eoretary of tho
Treasury has issued an ordor to all Collectors of
.CuBtome, directing them to show the amount of
money unod, and tho disposition made thereof,
under the Act or March 3, 1805. By the seotion
of this Act, which provides that ten dollars shall
> be paid to Collectors by the master, captain, or
- owner of auy rossel coming from foreign ports,
for every passenger, other than cabin passengers,
above tho age of eight years-who shall have died
on the voyage by natural disease.
The land offices in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana,
Mississippi, and Arkansas, are to bo consolidated
at Mont gomery, Ala., Tallahassee, Fla., Now Or
leans, Little Rock, Ark., and at Jackson, Miss.
The report in the BOUBSEAU-GBINNELL caso will
4)6 made in the oarly part of tho week. It is now
'?believed that ROUSSEAU will be expelled, as he has
specially declared that ho caned him for words
used in debate.
' WASHINGTON, June 30.-The Senate has adopted
a resolution instructing tho Committee on Public
Buildings and Grounds ~to inquire into tho pro
priety of purchasing grounds of not less than
one hundred acres, for a public park and site for
the President's mansion. The Senate passed
National Telegraph Bill. On motion of Mr. WEL
BON, the Sonate insisted on its amendments to the
Freedmen's Buroan Bill, and agreed to a Gom
mittoo of Conference. The Indian Appropriation
Bill was discussed at length.
The Houso was engaged all day in the oonsider
? at ion of the Tariff Bill. Mr. POLAND offered a re
solution, which was adopted, reoiting that ALBEBT
- ELMOBE, rocontly nominated by the President and
confirmed by the Senate ?a Collootor of Customs
at Mobile, held office at one time under the late
.Confederate Government, and calling upon the
Secretary of the Treasury for ? copy of the offi
ciai oath filed by said ELUOBE.
New York Newa.
NEW TOBE, July 1_The Joint Committee of the
City, State and Federal authorities have agreed
to tal?" the lower part of the City Hall aB a site
for the new postoffice-the United States Govern
ment paying the city $500,000.
Acaso of Cholera was roported to the Board of
Tho Commissioners or Excise have received
?$1,100,855 license fees. The Commissioners havo
been served with 280 injunctions, arising out of
Judge CABDOZO'S decision.
?Special dispatches state that the disbursements
nat the Treasury, for the weok just ended, were:
For tho War Department $8,304,764; Navy De
partment $1,791,023; Department of the Interior
$18,141; total amount for the Departments, for
the fiscal year ending Juno 30, waa $395,925,634.
The amount of National Bank currency, issued
last weok, was $1,320,980, making a total amount
issued thus far $282,555,440.
WABBINOTON", Jnly 1.-A letter from a source to
?lio credited, date I Tampico, Mexico, June 15, says
that the people of Hujuta, and all the other prin
cipal towns in the Huastela District, have risen
again in favor of JUABEZ. Victoria is also in the
hands of the Juarists. The letter says the Juarists
will take Tampico from tho Imperialists; its cap
ture being entirely feasible, as it is garrisoned
entirely by Mexicans impressed into the service,
who will not fight against their own people.
WASHINGTON, June 30_The Sonate has confirm
ad the following nominations: MABTXN F. CON
WAY, of Richmond, Va., an ex-momber of Congress
from Kansas, as Consul to Marseilles, France;
CHAULES DAVIS, of Nashville, Tonn., and JOEL
GBISSABD, of Windsor, N. C, as Collectors of Cus
toms; and THOMAS L. CUTHBKIVT as Naval Officer
at Charleston, S. C.
Preparations for the Fourth of Jnly.
PHILADELPHIA, Juno 80.-The committee of ar
rangements for the rocoption on the Fourth of
July have provided accommodations for the Presi
dent and Cabinet, and for Generals GRANT, MEADE
and HANCOCK at the Lapiorro Houso.
Vermont Democratic Convention.
MONTPELIEB, VT., June 29.-The Democratic
State Convention has nominated CHAS. A. DAVEN
PORT for Governor. They reaffirmed trust and
con?donco in the principles of tho Democratic
party, endorsed President JOHNSON'S reconstruc
tion policy, and demanded the taxation of United
New York Market.
NEW YOBK, June 80.-Cotton doll; deoliaed one
cent. Sales 1200 bales at 36@88o. Flour steady;
sales of 10,000 bbls. Southern quoted at $10 10
(317. Wheat firm for prime, doll for inferior;
Balea 7000 bushels. Choleo Milwaukio $2 55. Corn
doclinod; ealoB 90,000 bushels, at 85@87?. Boor
stoady. Fork linn; sales 10,000 bbls. at $32. Lard
dull at 19@22. Whiskey dull. Sugar quiot. Tur
pentine steady, at 82?83. Rosin steady, at *3@
8.50. Gold, 53j.
MOBILE, June 30_Cotton dull; eales 300 balee.
New Orleans Market.
NEW Our.BANS, June 30.-Cotton very duli; salee
1000 balea. Low middling 32 to 34 cents. Qold
51. Storling 65. Now York oxchango J pre
CHIOAOO, Jana 28.-Flour activo, and advancod 10c to
16o. Wheat active, and advanced 3o to 3Jic Sales at
$1 74 to $1 TJ '4 for No. 1, and $1 C6 to $1 13 for Mo. 2.
Corn active at 64c to S5<^o for Mo. 1, and 63c to 63>;o for
No. a. Oats dull at 32o to 32,lic for No. 1, and 30c to
303-ic for No. 2. Provisions dull. Freights active at
12c to 12>|C on Corn to Buffalo. Receipts to-day-0000
bbls Flour, 16,000 bushels Wheat, 236,600 bushels Corn,
67,000 bnahols Oats. Shipments-7600 bbls Flour,
29,000 bushels Wheat, 163,000 bushels Corn, 126,000
MILWAUKEE, Juno 28.-Hour ?rna, but qultt. Whott
quiet at $3 OS>? for No. 1. Receipts to-day, 3600 bbls
Flour, 76,000 bushels Wheat, 22.000 bushels Oats, 6000
bu'hels Corn. Shipments, 4000 bbls Flour, 60,000
buBhels Wheat, 30,000 bushels Oats.
CINCINNATI, June 28.-Flour and Wheat anobangod.
Mess Pork firm at $32. Whiskey steady, Oold 162 to
163. Lard dull at 21>io to 21 Jic.
CINCINNATI, June 27.-Flour and grain dull and prioei
aro unchanged. Wheat dull but little done, prices un
changed. Cora dull at 60 to 61c. Oats dull at 46 to 47.
Whiskey unchanged. Mess Pork held at $32 60; but
somo 200 bbls procured at $32. Bulk meats are firm at
14,17 and 10o. Bacon held moro firmly; shoulders 10o;
sides 19, and clear sides 21>?. Lard dull at 21>? to 21 ??.
Groceries firm but quiet. Gold 163 to 164.
ST. LOUIS, June 27.-Flour and Wheat dull and un
changed. Corn moro active at 62 to 77c. Pork 33c.
Bacon Clear sides 21 >;c.
LATEST BY THE MAILS.
NEGRO 8?FFBAOE IN THE SENATE.
W ABBINGTON, Juno 27-The District Negro Suf
frage Bill waa up in the Senate to-day, and wae
dobatcd at length. It will come up again to-mor
row, and it is believed that a majority of that
body will vote for it. The President would un
doubtedly veto it if it should pass both Houses,
ao thore is not much probability of its enactment
TAX ON GAS.
The next amendment was to insert a proviso
authorizing all gea companion whose price for gae
ia fixed by law to add on the tax. The yeaa and
naya were called for and refused, and the vote
was taken by tellers, resulting in yea'; 58, tb nays
53, so the amendment waa concurred in.
Tho remaining Oongreasional news ia unim
portant, and has been anticipated by telegraph.
THE ALLIANOE BETWEEN PBU89IA AND ITALY.
[From the Journal Des De bat t.]
Those who reproaoh Italy for her alliance with
Prussia Boom to us not to understand the im
menso advantage of that alliance, not only to
Italy, bnt also to France, and to that European
equilibrium to which everybody appeals. This al
liance ia nothinc leas than the rapture of the
German unity-of that unity which waa held np to
na as a acareorow. The ever ready coalition of
Germany hau existed over atnoe 1815, and it has
naturally and spontaneously anser tod itself in every
great European crisis, l'rudaia, which now asks
for the exclusion of Austria from the Germania
Confederation, had always maintained hitherto
the principle that the Austrian possessions in
Italy were ?German territory, under the guaran
tee of Germany. In 1848, when it might have
been thought that the Gorman revolution would
join hands with the Italian revolution, we saw, on
the contrary, tho German Democrats side wita
Austria against Italy. Every one known, and the
Emperor doolared, in one of his messages to the
Chambers, that the reason why the war of 1859
waa suddenly brought to a close before Italy waa
free from the Alna to the Adriatic waa that Ger
many threatened to move, and that Prussia her
self was coming to the sBHistanco of her confede
rate. And when in 1862 Prussia recognized the
Kingdom of Italy, did she not stipulate as a con
dition that Vene ti a'should form part of the Con
federation? Scarcely four yoara ago Prussia
spoke thua, and now that she offers to aid Italy in
obtaining Venice, Italy ?B to let auch an occasion
eaoapo her. And now that tho German coalition
ia dissolving of itself, Franca is to re-establish and
support it. It is a thorough incongruity.
SUSPICIOUS MOVEMENTS IK RUSSIA.
[Berlin (June 13) Correspondence of the London Timer]
Strange news reaohes us from Cracow. The
Itui'siiui force which haa hoon long concentrated
in Southern Poland, and is now ?lowly advancing
in the direction of the fliloaian frontier, will, it is
surmiaed in Austrian Poland, take up snob a posi
tion as to eventually be at the disposal of the
Kaiser. This may bo a mere report, the ephe
meral offspring of anxiety and credulity; utill as
so many other things thought to be impossible
are on the point of being realized, it is not per
haps ill-advised in a correspondent to repeat the
improbable. No doubt Russia has of late been
more favoi able to the Vienna than the Berlin
Cabinet; bat if the Emperor Alexander oonld ro
I Bolve so far to undergo the almost filial respect
he ever ovinoed fort the person of his reverend
uncle William L as to fight bim in the open field,
it would be unintelligible why he does not go a
little further, and veto the war altogether.
FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE BELXIOEBENT POWEB8.
A Fronoh financier and politfeal economist haa
examined the finanoial position of the three Pow
ers about to engage in war, and setting aside the
advantage whioh each may derive from the gal
lantry of its army and the skill of its gonerals, he
Boeku out the one who shall bo best served by its
material resources. He begins with Prueai?,
whose finances, previous to Count Bismark's ad
ministration, were in excellent order. Her fund
ed debt was only about ?40,000,000, and her an
nual expenditure ?24,000.000-only the third of
that of France. Count Bismark, however, oalled
500,000 mon to arms, and all the savings of for
mer Ministers have been expended. Confidence,
moreover, is destroyed, so that Prussian paper
money is at a discount, and the Prussian bank
has found it necessary to miso its discount to 9}
Turning to Austria, he says the finanoial picture
is very dark. Austria haa not ceased to inoreaee
the deficiency in her bndget during the last eigh
teen years, and to contract loan upon loan. Con
senuontlv. her debt is increasing, and her credit
is diminishing in an equ?l pronortion. The Aus
trian debt is oitimated at ?240,000,000. The Aus
trian Ministor of Finance has increased all the
taxes, BO as to arrive at a revenue of ?40,000. The
totemt on the debt absorbs so much of the reve
nue, that it will be impossible to maintain the pre
sent standing army with the balance. Her bank
ruptcy ia becoming imminent, but the loss will fall
chiefly on Frankfort, Amsterdam, Antwerp and
Brussels, from whioh Austria receives her supplies
Leaving the Government of Francis Joseph, bo
arrives at that of Victor Emanuel. The Italian
debt in 1860, after the annexation of Tuscany and
the Marches, amounted to ?100,000,000. It has
been since doubled. The Italian Rentes was quo
ted at 84 in May, 1861; at present it ia quoted at
87. The Italian Government has been constantly
increasing its army since 1860 without engaging
in war. It haa, moreover, contracted engage
monts with railway companies which amount to
above ?2,000,000 a year. The two-thirdB of theso
railways aro completed, but their bonds hnvo fall
en considerably below par. Tho Italian Govern
ment has just issued paper money, which, accord
ing to tho Finance, is at a discount of 20 percent.,
and, according to tho Humains Financiero, at 8.
The truth is that there is no fixed rato at which
Italian paper money can bo convortod into gold.
It is under these auspices that tho Italian Govern
ment is about to attack the Quadrilateral.
TOE PBUSSIAN PLAN OF CAMPAION.
[Military Correspondence of (he London Time* J
IU:HI,IN, Monday, Juno 11.
* * * Tiie King has apparently been dis
cussing tho plan of the campaign during tho last
throe days. On Saturday ho had a long mtorviow
with General von Schack, who commands tho
Fourth corps d'armee, and Princo Augusto of
Wurtomburg, who is tho Gonoral of the Corps of
tho Guards. Ho was afterward engaged for seve
ral hours with General von Boou, tho Ministor of
War, when Generals von Moltko, von Alvonsloben
and von Troskow woro also present. Of
course nothing that passes at theso secret
meetings over ekes out, but a general impression
ia floating about to-day that in the ovont of
war being declatod it ia expectod that Austria
will attack Silosia. This step would almost
drive the Prussians to advance on Dresdon,
and thus Austria Would cast upon tho Cabinet of
Uorlin the odium of being tho first to invade
Federal territory. It is behoved that immediately
tho Prussian van crosses tho frontier into Saxony,
the nowa of its advanco will bo telegraphed to Gen.
Benedok's troops, on the Bohemian frontier of
Saxony, and that they will at once movo upon
Drosdon. Should there be any foundation for
this impression, the raco to Dresden will be a dobo
one. The Prussians have tho longer distanco to
go ovor, and as moans will, in all probability, bo
taken by Saxony to allow some part at least of
the Austrian army to travel by railway, the Aus
trian advanced guard has a good chance of first
gaining possession of tho Saxon capital. It is
quite natural to suppose that Gen. Bonedok will
attempt to carry the war into Saxony and South
ern Brandenburg, both because the line be
tween the Bohemian frontier and Berlin, his
probable objective point, is shorter by that
route than by Silesia, and bocauso he is said to ho
desirous of taking advantage of the flat plains of
Saxony and the Upper Sproo for the action of the
much-vaunted Austrian cavalry. All anticipations
of a campaign must, however, be mere specula
tions; a single shower of min, or the accidental
oapture of an aide-do-camp carrying an ordor,
may mar the most skillful strategical combina
tions, even after they have been carefully planned
and maturely considered, how much more liable
to alteration must ideas bo whioh are formed be
fore the opening of a campaign, when, the posi
tions of an enemy, whose movements aro shroud
ed by a curtain of mountains, can barely be guess
ed at, and whoso numbers oannot be even ap
Eroximately ascertained I The It aliaos have pro
ably given the Austrians some reasons to fear an
attack on Hungarv, for a large Austrian army is
reported to have been carried suddenly to the
Bosnian frontier. If this report is well founded
the nucleus of this army is probably somo portion
of the reserves of the force whioh is now under
the command of Gen. Benedek in Bohomia and
From NAPOLEON'S recent lotter to the Frenoh
Legislature, on the present state of affairs of
Europe, wo make the following oxtraots:
In the war whioh is about to break out wo have
but two interests-the maintenance of the Euro
pean equilibrium and the maintenance of that
which we have contributed to oonstituto In
But to save these two interests does not the
moral force of France suffice ? In order that her
Toioe uhi.fi be listened to will she be obligod to
draw the sword ? I do not think so. A
If, in spite of our efforts, the hopes of peace are
not realized, we are nevertheless re-assured by
the declarations of the Courts engaged in the con
flict, that whatever be the results or the war. none
of the questions which touch us shall bo resolved
without the assent of France.
Let us, then, continue in a vigilant neutrality;
and. strong in our disinterestedness, animated by
a sincere desire to see the nations i f Europe for
f?et their quarrels, and unite in the cause of oivi
ization, liberty and progress, let us still remain
confident in our right and calm in our force.
Whereupon, M. le Ministro, I pray God to keep
you in His holy guard. NAPOLEON.
HOW THE LETTES IS BECEIVED IN FBAMCE.
[From the Conttitutionnel (lemi-offieial) June 19.]
The letter whioh tho Emperor has addressed to
the Minister of Foreign Affairs is an eloquent
summary of the policy followed by the Frenoh
Government Bince tho day on which the difficul
ties now about to bo abandoned to the hazards of
war first disturbed and agitated Europe. This
noble language, inspired by profound wisdom and
the most ainctre love of peace, will be heard
throughout tho whole world-will even predomi
nate over the noise of war.
PBINCE PBEDEBICE CHAULES, OF PBUB8IA.
If the Prussian armies are put forward under
tho command of Princo Frederiok diarios, thoy
will have no very remarkable loader, since the
Prince is mainly distinguished as the son-in-law
of Queen Victoria,.and is said to be afflicted with
the ohronio stupidity whioh affects Prussian
princes. He will necessarily be surrounded by a
very able staff, and men of military genius will
command his corps. But when he comes to cope
with Marshal Benedek ho will have a tried soldier
to compete with, and Prussia will need all her re
sourcos and her best generals to be successful.
. ? ?
FUN AT THE UNTVEBBITT or VIBOINIA.-The more
solemn duties of commencement at the University
are to have a humorous prelude to-day. On the
steps of the rotunda, tho faculty deeming the
proceedings too undignified for the public hall,
four prizes are to be distributed; a pair of hand
some boot? to the ugliest man, a pair of slippers
to the most conceited man, a fashionable hat to
the prettiest man. and a stick of candy three
inches taller than himself and weighing ten and
a half pounds to tho shortest man in the college
Appropriate speeohes-several of them in verse
-will be made by the presenter and recipient of
each prize, and to enhance the ludiorous mature
of the performance the strongest contrasts have
been studied in the coromonios. Thus a giant of
six feet seven is to accompany the shortest man
to receive his oandy, while the tallest man in col
lege will be towed up by the second candidate on
the list of the shortest. Tho presentation epooohos
aro tobo mado by candidates who came noarost
to the winning of the several prizes, anda "Jeff,"
who knows, informs us that some of them are
brim full of wit and humor.
Tho stick of candy was won by the son of one
of our most esteemed fellow-citizenB-a young
gontleman whose lack of height does not prevont
him from being one of the most promising stu
dents whioh the University boasts.-Petersburg
FATAL AFFBAY.-On Saturday evening last a
difficulty occurred in this place botweon Goo. C.
Sanders and John Hughes, whioh resulted in the
killing of tho latter by the former. It seems that
Hushes, under the influence of liquor, strnok
Sanders with a crutch-whioh he bad to use in
walking-whon Sanders retreated some dista? oe,
drawing a pistol and threatening to kill bim if he
approached. Hughes, disregarding the threat,
advanced towards Sanders, who fired at him throe
times, one ball entering the loft breast, producing
his death on the following Monday morning.
The general impression Booms to be that Sandors
was justifiable io killing his antagonist under the
I?ocont disclosures, however, havo ohanged pub
lio sentiment to somo extent, and Sanders has ab
HEW YOUK LETTEll.
[FROM O0B OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
NEW YORK, Juno 26_Superintendent KENNEDY,
of tho polico forco, having decided that tho in
juuetion granted by Judge CARDOZO npplica only
to tho casoB of HOLT and PAUL FALK, theso whole
sale diBi'onBers o? Sunday lager and Schweitzer
Kffiso had tho gamo in thoir own hands, or rathor
in their own gardons, again last Sunday. In
ordor to roach PAUL FALK'S "Lion Park, Belvi
dere," it is of courso necesBory to take tho cars.
Thie your readers can do with mo, freo of all ex
po neo, and rido with mo (on laat Sunday) with
out paying any fare to, or having any foar of, tho
conductor. Hailing one of tho Eighth Avenuo
cara wo jump in, but of course cannot got a seat;
we, thorefo re, stand up, and jolt, and shake, and
jugglo; and juggle, ond shake, and jolt, and lis
ten, with an assumed appearanco of interest, to a
very edifying German conversation. The con
ductor calla for his fare; I pay him six cents, aud
your readers rido froe. At Fifty-ninth etroet wo
change care, and paying bat five conts this
ti mo, rido np to the end oj the Central Park, or
One Hundred and Tenth Btreet. A long and
boautiful walk leada us to tho garden, and hero
wo bohold thousands of Germans assombled.
Gorman gontleraen indulging in innocent little
recreations-shooting at targets-taking their lit
tle ones to rido OB the circular platform, on the
woodon horses, in tho pretty little wooden cars
taking their vrows to swing-and all enjoying,
th emselvos in the moat orderly and innocont
We walk around the well ahaded grounda, and
at laat, growing thiraty, and oatching the infec
tion of the lager beer mania, we enter the great
building where it is BO freely circula toa. On the
first floor about fifteen hundred men, women and
ohildren imbibing atone time flfteon hundred
glaaaea of lager, and paying their particular re
apeota to fifteen hundred stout slices of Schweitzer
Kicao. The ladies have their mouths full of
chuceo-the children, defying indigestion, have
their mouths likewise full, whilst tho men drink
beor, eat cheese, and smoko segare, apparently at
one and the same time. On the aecoud floor, a
large hall, open at the sides, about two thousand
or twenty-five hundred cheese-eaters and boer
driukora are hard at work. On the story above
is a b alcony or piazza, also private apartments
oheese and beer again. On the roof even, a large
asBO mblago of ladies, gentlemen and babies
vigorously attacking the Schweitzer and swallow
ing cool draughts of lager. Twelve thousand
Germa ns assemblod at a time, all imbibing, and
yet not tho slightest disorder or disturbance, to
mar the pleasure of the boer drinking or the in
nocent enjoyment of the oheeso frolic. From
fifty thousand to ono hundrod thousand glasses of
lager are sold here every Sunday, and Judge
CABDOZO'S health (and confusi?n to the Excise
Board) has boen drunk in onongh beor to float a
S peaking of Judge CABDOZO, reminds me of a
circumstanco that happened on the evening of the
day on whioh ho rendered his decision. A large
number of Germans were BO elated thereat, that
they hold an informal mooting, at which much
beer was drunk, many good speeches made, a
quantity of bad aegara amoked, and, to wind np,
the Judge's name waa proposed as a candidato for
the next mayoralty.
The Fenians had a grand demonstration on
Sunday, near Jones' Wood. STEPHENS haranged
the crowd, whose thirst for glory had been so
suddenly quonohed by the interference of Uncle
Sam, and whoso thirst for whiskey cock-tails had
been increased by the restrictions imposed by the
Excise Board-thoy, however, cheered STEPHENS'
speech, and when thoa* throats grew parched and
dry, thoy contented themselves, or rather did not
content themselves, with soda-water and ginger
The best engravings of the Confederate leaders
that I have ever seen are now being publishod by
Messrs. JULIUS TAYLOR S? Co. They are the finest
lined mezzotint steel engravings. The plate fot
that of General LEE cost $750. Tho list so far in
cludes JEFFERSON DAVIS, Generals LEE, JOHNSTON
and Stonewall JACKSON. WADE HAMPTON'S will ap
The report of the Committee appointed to con
sider tho propriety of bridging Broadway at Ful
ton-Btreet, haB been handod in. The Committee
reports favorably-the Mayor haa affixed his Sig
natare, and the work will soon be a fail accompli.
I had almost omitted to mention that beside the
great STEPBENS' meeting, held on Sunday, the
Fenians bad another grand turn-out last night,
where Head Centre ROBERTB held forth-this
meeting was hold at Union Square, the principal
stand was directly in front of the Maison Doree, and
around it wero placed Chin?se lamps, which lit up
the oager countenances of the Irish assemblage.
I am not aware that any important result occurred
from tho mooting, except that it worked well for
the intereste of the Maison Doree, last night at
The Maison Doree (or golden house) ia located
in Fourteenth-street, near Broadway, and was in
tended to be, par excellence, the aristocratic eat
ing aaloon of New York. The place is, of course,
fixed up in very elegant style, but tbero is very
little taste exhibited in the ginger-bread gold
daubinge on the front. The creme de la creme do,
most undoubtedly, patronize the Maison; Lot it
hae|aot succeeded even in fairly rivalling' DKL
Only four doaths from cholera have he?n re
ported In the past week. No now oases were re
ported yesterday to the Board of Health. The
oholora has made a dead failure ia this city, and
will probably hang its head and withdraw in ah anio
The Executive Committee of tho Union War
Prisoners' Association handod ovor last night to
the Right Rev. Bishop LYNCH the som of $1235,
the procoodB of a leoturo delivered May 27 by
JAMKS T. BBADY at the Cooper Institute. The do
nation is intended to bo applied to the rebuilding
of tho CatholioOrphan Asylum of your city. About
$000 was added to this amount by private subscrip
Two gontlomon or the highest respectability and
standing, both belog prominent members of the
Union Crab of this oity, havo simultaneously dis
appeared from their hornea and placea of busi
ness, and the knowing on OB say that an affair of
honor is on the tapis, whioh wilf end either in pis
tols and coffee or pistols and coffins.
Theatres all doing a fine business.
Weather intensely, moltinglv, suffocatingly su
DIED, in Abbeville October 10, 1806, Dr. EDWARD
GOUGH PORCHER, loto Burgoon O. S. A., oldrBt son of
F. A. PoncuER, of Charleston, aged twenty-six years
and four months.
In Charleston, Juno 10, 1800, FREDERICK GEORGE
POBOHKB, youngoBtsou of K. A. PonouEn, of Charles
ton, ORCd twonty-two years and two months. *
?O' NOTICE.-ARTHUR P. LINING, ESQ.,
will dollvor a Lecturo, This Evening, at 8>? o'clock, at
tho Charleston Commercial Collcgo, No. 262 (in the
Bond) Klng-atroot, on Commercial Law. aubjoct-"Con
tract of Sale." For further particulars, seo advertise
ment in anothor column. 1 july 2
Oar CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-THE 8HIP
80OTHERN RIGHT8. Captain Ross, haviug boon onter
od at tho Custom Houso under tho Fivo Day Act, will
dlschargo her cargo at Accommodation Wharf. AU
articles not permiltod will bo sent to atoro.
July 2_RAVENEL A CO.
to- ESTATE OF HENRY RENKEN, DE
CEASED.-AU persons having claims against said Estate
will render statomont of tho samo, attestod, within timo
prescribed by law, and thoso indebted will make pay
ment to MRS. META RENKEN,
Administratrix and Adu inistrator.
?-ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PER80N8 HAV
ING demands against tho Estate of the late FERDINAND
SOHRODER will present thom duly attested, and per
sons lndobted will make payment to tho undersigned.
EMILY W. STAAT8,
mr NOTICE.-THREE MONTH? AFTER
date application will be m ad o to tho Rolltf Loan Asso
ciation for renewal of Certificate of Stock No. -, for
Ten Shares, In the name of T. S. HEFFRON, the same
having been loat.
July 2_ltmogmo_A. G. OPDWOBTH.
?a- N O T I O E .-CONSIGNEES PER MEB
OHANT'S Lino Steamer LULIE, from Baltimore, are no
tified that she ia discharging cargo at Brown & Co.'a
Sontb Wharf. All Goods remaining on tho wharf at
sunsot will bo stored at ownors' risk and expense.
Juno 29_2 STREET BROTHER8 A CO.
jay ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV
ING DEMANDS against the Estate of the Ute Dil. JOHN
A. WARREN, will present thom daly attested; and per
sons lndobted will mako payment to BOBEBT CAMPBELL,
ESQ., Attorney at Law, Walterborough; or
June 26 6 BEN J. STOKES, Administrator.
?-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
three months after date application will be mado to the
L?gislature for renewal of Cortlflci toa of Stock, standing
in the names of 8. N. HART k H. N. HART, which were
burnt m the conflagration of Columbia, S. C.
8. HART, BEH.
ta- NOTICE .-THREE MONTH8 AFTER
dato application will bo mado for RENEWAL (the origi
n?is being burnt) OP CERTIFICATES No. 1039 for 20
Shares issued March 2, 1867, and No. 1430 for 10 Shares
Feb. 8, 18S8, in Charleston Gas Light Company, in the
name of JOHN HCHNIKRLE.
tar STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-ORANGE
BDBG DISTRICT.- IN CHANCERY.-In pursuance of
an order made by Chancellor J. P. OAJTOOLL, the Credit
ors of the Ute JAMES POPE, Sr., of Beaufort District,
8. C, are required to proaent and provo thelrjueruauda
against the said Estate, before me, within three months -
from tho date of this notice.
V. D. V. JAMISON, Oom'r.
Commissioner's Omeo, Orangebarg O. H., AprU 23,
1866. lamoSmos May 2
49- THE WEEKLY RECORD OA? BE PUR*
CHASED st H. P. HUGO'S, Market-street, a?d M. M.
QUINN'S, King-street,'at which places uewsb??.: ?n ba
sar No oanerp . ill e sold from the Office Hay&t?
?-DUTOHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER
Makes qnlck work with flies, and ii commenced early,
keeps tho bonso clear all the sommer.
Look oat for imitations. Get Drrrcnun's only.
sar AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYES
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine,
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
g. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
?- ITCH ! ITCH 1 ITCH 1 8 0 R A T C H?1
BORATOHI 80BATOH1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
will cure the itch in 48 hours. Also cures Salt Rhonm,
Dicers, Chilblains, and ali Eruptions of the Skin. Price
60 cents. For sale by all druggists. By Bonding 60
cents to WEEKS A POTTER, Sole Agents, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, it will be forwarded by mall, free of
postage, to any part of tho United States.
Jane 4 Gnjos
An experienced Nurse and Femalo Physician,
Presents to tho attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Whioh greatly facilitates the procesa of Teething, by
softening the gama, relaxing all Inflammations, will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and U
SURE TO REC?LATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
ttelici and Health to Tour Infants.
We hare pat np and sold this artiole for over thirty
years, and can say In confidence and truth of It what ws
have never been able to say of a- other medicine
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A BINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A OUBE, when timely need. Never did ..
know of an lnatanoe of dissatisfaction by any one whO
used It. On the contrary, all are delighted with 1U ope
rations, and speak in terms of commendation of Ita
magical effects and mod leal virtuos. Wo speak lu thU
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe
rience, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almost
every ln?'*n"* where the Infant Is suffering from palo
end exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup la administered.
Full dirootlona for using will accompany taoh bottle.
None genuine nnleaa the foo limit* of CURTIS st FBR?
KINS, New York, la on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all drogghrts throughout the world.
Pri?e only SA Gents per Bottle?
for"Wby KINO & 0ASSIDEY.
Bcbraary I* fin? ii**"'