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i? . OoW closod in New Yprh at 80J.
Cotton closed nt 27, for Middling Unlande.
At Liverpool dollon closed quiot at lliollj for
A majority of tho managers of tho etroot rail?
road, cars in St. Louln havo decided to admit col
" orcd people to all their cars on an equality rrilh
There is a 1romr.11 Urin? near Asliovillo, now 40
yearn old, who hos a perfectly formed body, bnt
neither arms or legs. Her namo is IIESTEB
I . .Tho Intent announcement Of tho intended visit
to Paris of a crowned hoad is that of tho 8ha|i, of
Persia, NAsr>?o-DiH, son of MAHOMED, Shah, to
whoso' throho ho Bucceodcd in 1848. Ho is ex?
pected in July.
Tho Wilmington Journal says: "Captain JOHN
N. MAFTTTT, formerly commander of tho Confcdor- j
ato Bloamrr Florida, arrivod in this city on
'Wodiiosday night, and is now tho guest of his
relatives and friends.
According to tho last advices from Shanghao, a
Prussian man-of-war was there The object of
tho visit was to negotiato with tho Chinoao Gov?
ernment for a strip of laud ou tho Island of For?
mons, for tho uso of tho Berlin Government.
Tho steerage passougors on board emigrant
. ships aro now compelled to tako air and cxeroiso
on dock. Thoy aro driven to it hy cayenne peppor
placed on a boated shovel, tho fumes causing a
' general rush from Hie confined quarters below.
. )!' . ^O'aqtilrrols with which Mayor SMITH mocked
the' Bot ton Common first drovo away thc hirds
which formerly destroyed tho worms, and then they
. girdled many of tho forest trees, which havo bsd
'to be cut down.
Tho city authorities of Boston havo resolved to
prohibit tho aso oi ali kinds of llroworks on tho
coming Fourth of July, and thereby Bavo tho sixty
thousand dollars usually appropriated ' for that
Chinoao element of tho annual celebrations.
' Tho Prince of Wales divides Iiis timo hi Paris
between tho Exhibition and tho IhcatrcB, attend?
ing the former in tho day and tho latter iii thc
- evoning. Ono evening bo dined with tho French
Emperor and Empress in grand slato, eighty
gusBts'boing present In his honor.
Tho Army and Maty Journal has an ingenious
way of calling n mau a liar. In spanking of Gen.
liAKF.n it describes him as "ono of thoso decora?
tivo men who nicko it a point of houor novor to lot
a aloryjoao anvlluiip l>v r>?u..i..~ ?'.. -
AU orup tu to raise money in Boston for tho pur?
pose of organizing Union Leagues at tho South
havo not boen successful. Our solid men who
gave money to such objects think that nil agita?
tion and political notion iu tho South should bo
pu' lie, in ordor to educate thc freedmen, by en?
abling thom to hear both Bides.
Mr. Kosg'trrn has written nnuthor lotter on tho
: pinto ol political affairs in Hungary, blaming tho
courre of action which Mr. BEAK, and with him
tho majority of tho Uuug&riau Diot, hive followed.
. ' .Yiliotovor changes may have occurred in Hun
ii gory, Mr. KOSSUTH remains nn unflinching oppo
nont of Austritt.
'gomo limo ago ISAAC Cnoxiin, a wealthy citizen
of Louis vii lo, made a will, leaving about $200,000
' . -..toa'benovolontinstitution in New Yolk. A Catho?
lic and an Episcopalian association of the Bamo
namo claimed tho bequest. After considorablo
litigation Chancellor l'imm.K awarded tho fund to
Numeri mu applications, both from white citizens
and from tho colored people, are received almost
daily at tho freedmen's Bureau for tho euteblish
. mont of colored schools in localities in Virginia
w bi io hitherto thora havo boon nono. A number
. ot Southern ladies of tho highest social position
j bava engaged in tho volunteer labora of leaching
tho colored children.
BKNJAIGM F. BABTGIB, Esq., died near Frederick
City, Maryland, htat wcok, at tho ago of uoventy
t hr oo years. Ho was in former timoa thc editor of tho
JtepuWfcdn Oaicde, and subsequently of tho 7/or
' viet nowepaperu, which were published in tho intor
:'oato of?hg' Bopuhlican party under old party di
T. visions, and tho ficrco oppononts of tho Federal
j (jj ?j A report como? from Washington that tho lead?
ing distillers of thd country arc making arrange?
ments to giro tho Government cfllciont assistance
'1 in enforcing tho rcrcnuo btws. A Burean is to bo
organized, with agonta in all pails of tho country.
Every still is to bo kept under closo inspoction, and
any infraction of thc law is to bo instantly ptoso
Tho Illinois Lcgislaluro nt its last Boasion passed
a law providing that any person bringing into tho
BtAto aeod of tho Canada thistle, in tho pucking of
gooda, grain or grana aceda, orothcrwiso, and pi r
' nutting tho samo to bo dissemminatcd and voge
'" tate, shall be liablo lo a fine of. ?400; and, any per?
son allowing thin thistle .o mature and disseminate
'- its seed upon his lands shall to subjoctcd to a
penalty of $15. .
A board of engineers havo been experimenting
at tho Charlestown Navy' Yard with crudo petro?
leum aa fuel for generating steam on sen-going
vessel a.. The boat generated by tho ay nt om em?
ploy od is intento, and tho combustion SO perfect
that- no smoko is perceptible. The' test lasted
eighty-BOven successive hours. Commodore
Ih mool s ia perfectly satisfied with thc experiment
and will apply to tho Dc part unm t at Washington
for pei mil sion to make a trial trip by nea
Tho Boston Po.<r says : Tim propel ty confisca?
ted, purchased and enjoyed by tho distinguished
Judge USDEHWOOD is likely to rovcrt to its proper
owners, and tho Judge, probably, will bo ob li god
to find new quarters for bia roposo. Tho nico
house ho occupies-worth twenty or thirty thou?
sand dollars and which was sold for nbont one
fourth of its value-will soon shelter' another
ti nant. Our, raoinbera . of Congreso-Hoorzn,
ALLEY, AMES-bought tomo of UNDERWOOD'S con?
fiscations, wo .understand. Tho investment maj
? not provo a's profitable as thoy expected.
lt. G. BAUNWELL and E. Q. BELL, editora of
;. . DeBow's Jieoiew, an nomico a temporary auspon
. sion of it? intuit, in consoquonco of tho death of
, itt former editors and propri?toro', tiio? Messrs.
.TJEBOW. They ass uro subscribers that Ibo HIDge
*ioe Will not lm allowed to porish, though tho rc
quiremcnta of alto law may mike it necessary lbr>.t
lt should lio ofibrodfor sale, and with rt view..(<>
this contiugoncy, bids for tho work aro invited
j i ?pn,;wl^s^Bt?n\^
poiicy as havo governed In Ibo past conduct cf the
,.' ' Th? largest topaz known his just hoon deposited
at tho Bank.of Franco, lt is of Brazilian origin,
and. measures teven snd one-quarter inches in
IliiJ Je}'*11',Vy. four and three-?ljjhlh? ?nch^ in width,
and about tho sam? in thickness. ' Il woighs more
.'than throe and a half pounds. .However'valuable
. t, this steno may bo from its brilliancy and sizo, it is
atm moro so from ita artistic merit, aa on ono faoo
IS engraved a half-length Christ breaking bread at
ibo Last Hopper. This composition waa executed
with tho burin and diamond dust by tho owner of
? the gem, ANDnr CAMELLO, formerly Director of
the Naples Mint. : :
Wo find on item taken from a Olaagow- paper,
elating that St. Jphu's Lodgo, of that oily, has
rocontly celebrated tho 8U9th anniversary of its
oxiatonco, it having been orcctod by charier from
King MALOO*, in 1057. Wo should liko to nco tho
xpnstor-roll of that lodgo, boanning moro than
eight ceuturiea ago, aud tunning along with tho
ages to tho prosont timo. W?int kings and king?
doms have risen and fallon nineo tho gavol waa
first aonndod In its Past. How tho wojld lise
?hanged, and what progress has boen tnsdo in
?cisneo au? art I Eight hundrod years in tho lifo
time of a lodgo.
Captain Mamrr arrived in tho Unitod Btatca
abont ono week aince, having roslgned tho posi?
tion ho bas for aotoe timo held under tho Bra
aulian Government. He has not botero sot foot on
the soil of thia country for a number of yeera, and
wa are pleased that thia om?aentanddkUngii?hed
g?iitltman And non of North Carolina has onco
moro returned to tho boaom of his family and in
tho midst of his ?fiends. It would give na picas
uro to ebro ni cl o tho return of other absent eons
cf tba South who aro oxilos In a foreign land, neck?
ing their broad among strangers, wbilo? their
? country moorna over their ablon co and baa nocd of
their Borvicca. We would that thoy wero in a po?
lution to return. . i .i.. j
? The'war dopirtmcnt now cixpaqds ' twioo .aa
much na was tho whoje cost of (ho Government
i : . to BtJoHAHAii'a limo.., Half of tho whole obst iain
.JLfcetmltVgM.army.at^ lt won]a
JS^fS** n0thln8 U U?o SUtes had boen restored,
r..s>?Thay could haveibbeh ft "year ago'aa weU aa to
J iay, and aborda bato beeh ah1 soon aa honorable
' Aftof' ?fe* war- eloead. Those whfff advocate>m
: threaten tho continued narring om) of ttfeeo
? ??? ?tato*,.favor the^anti?ued oppballlon, of all tho '
jWrple by taxation eo high- that business | withers
And dies beneath lt, and it must laud os .'n tho
and in a finarolal crash that will sweep tho coun?
try. When that ehall como it will not be diffioult
|0 hBOW who cud what ia the ca aso.
, CURRENT, TOPICS.
A negro in Vir,; in ia la gradually turning whit o. ^
im in,: tho ?a von dayl' fight around Iliohmond ho lt
bscrvcda small white apot on hil ann. Thiahaa o,
loroaeod until ono-thlrd of hia body ia win to and ((
ho bkin ia soft 11 ' an-Infant's.'- Ho oughtl? hurry '
nd register boforo it ia too lalo. "
Tiio Coutral Pandie Ilnilroad Company liam in
roducod '.ullro-glycarlno'* wjtb groat ejuocoaa in jj
dusting thui r tray* ' through tho Sierra - Morada >
tioun (allis. Tho nitro^gljcciilio is madii in ntuall JJ
maniitu a on tho apot, und thereby ia avoided tho 0
lancer ariaing from ilsdocorapo's'illon or fermenta- .
ion. Tho diflerenco in cost, and tho greater rc- i
milo, aa cotnparod with powder, moko an aggro
jalo aaving of fully ono-liolf.
THE GEORGIA corrcsnoudont pf tho Now York
Times Btatca thal Ult? worst offeoU haro boon pro
?ueod upon tlio ncgroos by ths barraiiguoa of tho
Northern polltieiana who havo rocouUy boon :
travelling through tho Bouthorn Btatoa. Ho 8ays
thoy havo got tho idoa, moro or loss widely, that
confiscation of Southern landa is coi lain to tako
placo for their bouofit aobiior or lalor, and
thoy havo bocouio correspondingly indifferent to
over) thing Oise. fe . -..-.I '
IT IS a curiouB inoidont in connection with tho
nowa from Moxico that a cabio dispatch from Vi?
enna IBBI Vfock stated that a rumor was prevailing
in that capital o? tho death of tho Emp?rer MAXI?
III I.IVM in Mexico. Mox icon nowa announce his
capturo by JUAREZ on tho 15th; and if tho ordor
roportod lo havo boon - iasuod for bia execution
wore carried out, tho nowa of tho o vont munt havo
roached Yionna by apiritual telegraph. Thia ordor,
however, is aa yot Only & mailor of rumor, and wo
havo no ground what o vol- for oven supposing'that,
if issued, it han boon executed.
AMEniCAMforrrzER8 who boped to iinproTo their
condition by going to Honduras, Mexico, Brazil,
Vonozuol?, Ac, aro finding from costly oxporienco
that thoy Vforo under a d- IUHLOU. Mauy havo al?
ready roturnod. Tho AU 'r. (Qa.) Era gives a
diurnal account of thtnga in Spanish Honduras,
furnished by an emigrant from that placo, who ia
glad to got homo again. Tho laud is very fertile,
bnt the clima le ia hot, tho inhabitauta aro but half
civilized, and tho only ay- ?ni of taxation known is
tor ovory porty in powor lo got all it can. Thia is
a ropitilion of tho old story from aimilar adventu?
rers. Thorn ia no placo like home.
According to Ibo Now turk Herald"U">J*r"*~~~
-.."Jo tux uuciiuer raid upon Canada. Tho
Fomana in that city alono havo already atorad
away onongh artillery and ammunition to equip
1 ouo hundred thousand mon Sud Supply them with
tho material of war fur six inoutha. Tho accrot
araonola aro ?aid to bo of tho moat doadly woapons
known to modern warfare. Tito arma thu? col?
lected haro coat $500,000 and tho hmmunition ovor
ono million. Tho leadora of tho Fenian organiza?
tion'now claim that tho United Statua Government
hr formed a dclcniiiualion not to interfere in
a.. movement? they, may mako against Canada
in future. Tho mo vernen IH undO:' tho within n fow
wuuks would seem to indicate a demonstration
goon in that direction.
A Now Orleans paper has an articlo about the
cropa and tho freedmen. Tho general prospect of
tho crop in Louisiana it regarda nu good, but not
remarkably eo. ? Complaint? of lato froaba, inuuda
tioua and woods aro common, and fears arorox
prcaaod that tho parallol to last yoar may bo
further carried out, and that Orought end ins ec tn
tuny interioro willi tho crops boro aft ar.' Thorn ia a
common agreement that tho freodmen ard working
well, and that both planter and nogr? aro becoming
accustomed to tho system" of voluntary labor.
Tho planters havo paid great attention to corn,
and they are loaming that morphauts aie lotta to
mako advanoet) to thom for tho purehr.no ot
tho food thoy cou HO easily produce. Ino
paper, which ia Republican in political, fears
that the colored voto will bo oast with tho whlto,
and it nltcm a ' ii i nn lion against tho "fatal mis?
take' of not voting witta tho "progroeaive parly" of
Tax gradual intension of tho Fruaolan or North
dorman ayslom, affords practical ovidonco of ita
odap. ability to tho wanta of the people. Tho potty
I Statos that wore nob directly included in tho first
movement for reorganization, are making efforts
to join the North Connan Confederation under the
auspices of Fruaaia. ? Tho'-Assembly of the Bur
' goBses at Brotnon haa adopted tho Conatitnllon of
Northern German unanimously and without de?
bato. Tho' DIot common to tho two DuchitM of
(Intba and Coburg, baa unanimously adopted tho
Federal Constitution'.of tho'North.' Tho a orman
aubjocta , of. Austria feel that they are loft out in
tho cold, and numil cot in various .waj'B a decided
1 proforence fur tho new ayatem. Manifest destiny
seems to bo on tho aide of tho Fruaaiana-or,
rather tho Germana-and in a abort t&ttl tho
droam of Gorman patriotiam will be realizod, and
no foreign power will bold a ainglo foot of Connan
WHEN SUCH a journal as Harper's ? Weekly finds
fault with tho Beti on of. tho Radical porty, it la
timo tho people bogan to look at facts aa thoy ara.
Ador declaring that "tho .great and paramount
question 'of tho day will soon bo tho debt-and
taxation of the people," that paper saya; "We
cannot holp thinking, and flaying, too, in strict
conildenco to tho rcailors of this Journal, that
atopid, and dull, and voic?l?ss ?s tho publie may
bo, ho lilia aomo rights which tho politicians
will, sooner or later, havo to recognize. Ho ia
non- paying tax at tho rato of seven per cont,
moro than ia paid by tho moat heavily taxed peo?
ple of Europe, and at tho .aamo time ho la paying
for commodities . of all kinda and labor fifty-five
and ono hundred and fifty per cent, more) than any
other pooplo in tho world. In England the Uxea
are heavy, no doubt, but ; food, clothing and rent
aro cheap. In Kuna ?a living la oxpensivo, bnt the
laxos aro light; but hero in tho United Staten tho
public groans nndor tho simultaneous '.-urden of
heavy taxes and expensive living. Wo havo a no?
tion that, sooner or later, ho will rebel against
thia load, and that tho porty who laid it on bia
shoulders will itself ho laid pretty low."
HEKBI liocBKroBT, willing in the Courier des
Etals Unis, about tho rocont election to fill tho two
vacant chaira in tho Fronoh Academy, is indignant
at Ibo oloct ion of M. flu ATTI v, bocauBe ho haa no vor
Atmm<awisiWiw. mXA 1.*-?x~.l.. a.... mmmi dran?
of'him. . How doro bo Bit down by tho sido of
IIuoo, LAIIAUTI.NI;, HI;RHETT, and exclndo oven
TnxopniLS G A irny.it A . Tho action bf tlio Academy,
ho aaya, rocalla a coquolto, 'who hoe had all tho
Jim t'cavali?re of tho country at hor foot, And Un ally
throwa beraolf into tho. arma of a Notary's clerk.
Tlio wonder in auch casca is not tho freak of the
beauty, but tho impudence of tho clerk, who should
have dared to oller to ber. Ho holds that lt apejka
badly for Fronoh Literature, whon M. OKATBY ia
shown to the world as representing one-fortieth of
it; those forty oh airs, aa ia well known being sup?
posed to contain all tho wisdom of Franco, As re?
garda M. JULES FA VUE, who wis olectod to fill Ibo
other vacancy, thia writer berida that it was a very
groat conde reunion on bia part to accept ibo prof?
fered honor; not that in ? literary point of view
it ia not on honor any ono might covet, but be?
cause tho question bas A political, aspect aa well.
It ia hold that M. FAVRE in boooining ? i candidato
For tho position, and thus at least conniving at bl?
Mends eoliolting for him the support of bia politl
sal opponents, tho cou norm live, and by far the
larger portion of tho Academy, ho surrendered
port of his political indopondonoe, which baa until
now been bia great boast.
II EMIT QWTHN, an in toll I gout freedman of Sa van
iah, "on tho ovo of Io u ?rig Amerita for a ?hort
?tay in Enropo," communicates an' address'"~ to
bo Freodmen pf Georgia," in ibo Daily jifevi and
[(eratd of tho 80tb. Hp bas Jived, ho says, in both
loclions of tho Uni te d States ; speaks " the words
>f truth and aoberneoa," though be knows, bo is
?ailing down on bis hoad " tbs wrath of - tho IUdi
>al Party." Ho first asks th? question, "aro wa
?ropirod by ?ducation or otherwise, to ? ?loot tbs
?st mon for office? and if not, to whom ?row?
to look for advice and guidance on this question,
which dooply so lnvolvpa tfa? Me of our people V'
Uo thinka tho colored people aro not prepared to
inigo for thomaolvpa. and ahould look to Um Mond*
whom thoy have known /r?pm their tafeiioy, rather
thu. to tho stranger v,bo preaches benevolence.
HocoDoludoe witta tho following invocation: 'To
bose, then, my poopUy with whom yon have been
?alsod and among you woio born ; to thoa*1 ocens
Otriod to your bald ty and miniers ; to thoso
impng whom you Uro and wboao Interests are
fl??trly. jrojix JfotoxosU,; |i|n? ara the only
> arti oe to whom yon moat look for work and'.ab
Ubiiioo; to UIOBO wha ?ympathi?? with you ar.d
oura ; to thoso among whom yon "Uve and 'move
aid have your being ;" and thrally tb thora who,
* I believe'before God, aro the only fr ion du and
Yftaorrera of the colored irlcii, I enjoin! you to
urn-to take o ram plo, advice and precedent from
hewo wham yon know, and, whilo you treat th?
tranger kindly*; trust, abovo all, to old and well
LAROBBT CIRCULATION.-The DAILT "
BWS pullithet the Official Litt of Let- ?
rt remaining in the Postojfice' at the aid
f each week, agreeably to the following
?(toa 0/ the New rotto?ice Law, at thc
ewtpajper having thc largest circulation in
ie City'of ChaVlettonV- J U '
B?tenos 6. Ami bo it further cn acted, That HB U of tat- I
ra remaining uncalled for lu any Poetofflce In any city,
ran or village, wharo a nowrpapcr alud? bo printed,
itali hereafter bo published one o only tn tho nawaparr
bleb, being published weekly or oftener, aball bava the
Tires t cl reu UM on within rangv of delivery of tho said
l&T" dil comnwntcaftona inlet luted j or publication in
this journal muet be addressed to the Kdttor of thc
J)aa>i Newt, No. 18 liaync-slrget, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to JPublither of Daily j
Vc cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Idveriisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied with the catii.
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1607.
JOB WOBK.-Wo havo now completed our ?
iffico BO at) to excoute, lu tho shortost possiblo
ime, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wo
moat respectfully aak tho patronage of our
Wo havo received tho Report of tho Secreta?
ry of tho Louisville t,Ky.) Boord of Trade, and
have been much interested by a perusal of tho
nuinorouB facts and statistics presented, bear?
ing on that very prosperous city on tho Ohio,
which most of our rcadert hitherto havo only
heard named occasionally in connection with
bacon or whiskey. Louisville now has an im
mr neo trade in corn, tobacco, flour, hacou,
wbiskoy, and even in cotton, to say nothing of |
many other articles of acarcoly lesa impor?
tance ?[and then tho great trade In gene?
ral merchandise, whioh has sprung up wilbin
thc last few ycara, as tho railroads centering
hore have hcon oxtendod in every direction.
Colton ia now sold lhere ovcry day by auction ;
no loss than 70,868 balea of this staple were
received in Louisville durino- th? 0w*nA, uoiu
mvrcmi and industrial prosperity duriug the
past year, and corresponding improvements in
the buildings, public and pr?valo, of the city,
wharves, storehouses,&c, &o. Ho says: "Tho
position of Louisville warrants tho assertion
that a magnificent futuro is before hor, that
she must eventually becomo tho grout contrnl
metr?polis of tho nation." Population about
160,000. Taxablo property upwards of $70,
000,000, a clear gain of one-lhird in six years;
and this notwithstanding tho loss of valuation
in slave properly. Imports during 18GU (in?
cluding but ono hundred and ten articles) $222,
412,704. Exports $176,818,068. Tho elly is I
fivo and-a-hnlf miles long and two and-n-half |
wide; water works in successful operation,
forty-four miles of pipe furnishing two mil?
lions of water a day. Tho oity proper con?
tains (wo hundred miles of streets, with eoven
ly-fivo miles of alleys, all paved, with fully
four hundred miles of sidewalks. Tho whole?
sale houses during tho past ton years hare in?
creased from eighty-five to two hundred and
oighty-scven. Banking capital $13,890,897.
Deposits $8,010,669 ; lonna nnd discounts $17,- I
703,422; circulation $1,172,339. Amoog tho
numerous tables accompanying this report is
one giving tho indebtedness, valuation and
population of Stales. In this table South Car?
olina makes thc following figure: Population
ia 1860, 703,708. Taxable property in 18G0,
$480,319,128; in 1 HUH, $00,888,430. Indebt?
edness in 1 Si'd, $3,001,674 ; in 1800, $5,205,
257. The number of hogs killed by the lead?
ing pork-packora during the winters of 1800-'C7
is 171,428 against 90,499 of the previous year.
Average weight of hogs 227A lbs, and averago,
yiold of lard 20J lbs. Tho number of hogs six
months old in. Kentucky, during 18G6, was
770,404, against 587,847 for the previous year.
Whiskey, imports during 18C6-'C7, 81,3CGbbls.,
exports 44,036 obis, against 24,281 bbla. im?
porta during the twelve months prerioua, and
22,208 bbla. ?xporls. Total tonnago of boats
running to and from Louisville during 18G6,
48,290-value $4,356,760. Total, previous year,
34,079-vuluo $2,610,260. Number of steam?
boat arrivals thoro last year 2,824; departures
2,805. There are many other very interesting
statistics in this report, but we have already
trniiBgreaacd too much upon our limited space.
Wo hopo to Bee a report, equally full and ex- ?
haust lng, embracing every spcoics of informa?
tion, useful or interesting, conneotcd with our
city, in the next annual report of the Secretary
of the Charleston Board of Trade. I It wero
useless to indulge the hope that such a report
will bo equally cheering with the one wo havo
?uni passed under review.
TUB AGE OP FABLE-TALK ii Ol" A TBA V
Among the exchanges that come to our offioe,
there is a goodly number of down-east rurals'
village and small country town nowspapers, of
tho most bigoted and contracted stripe. We
lo not often waste our valuable timo in their
perusal, but occasionally, when the mail fails,
)r tho nowa is short, wo beguile an hour or lwo
in feeling the Northern Radical pulse. In pur?
suit of this amusement, wo yesterday opened
;be Roohester (N. Y.) Daily Democrat, of May
17, where wo found the "Correspondence of a
Northern Lady.In Texas." We read, and won
lered. Since tho days of MuNcnAueBN and
\ Known M ITU, there have not boon such marvel
en,a a<i*?niiir?s Contain CANOT is nowhere,
ind Du CIMILLO, whose talent for teaing aa
rondcrful story is by no means small, sinks te
liter insignificance hy tho side of this North
irn lady. Those good, simple, innocent, and
raro-minded readers of Rochester, must im.
ilbe queer notions about Texas from this vera?
cious correspondence. Tho letter is dated,
'Texas, February, 1807," indefinite as to .lime
ind place, and, moreover, a long time in coni?
ng. She wastes not many words in exordium,
omen to the point at once, and in the conreo
if hor first paragraph geta of/ a most gigantio
rhopper. The letter opens thus:
I vrroto to you from New Orleans. After writing
ny lottors wo went to dinner and (boro bad our
rot glimpco of ob I valry. Thero wore two or
hroo Roulhern gentlemen at tho table. Ono of
bom, who wag mtnlfoBlly wealthy and from the
ountry, was accompanied by his wife. Bho was
roaaod in bro? u cauco, with a woolen broakfaet
bawl, ai d lookod aa if she breathed by n peela! per
liaslon of hor husband. Ho waa loud in praise
f Jeff. Davis ; doolarod that hts was tho gran dost
pirit that God ever breathed Into a bnman form ;
horoupou anothor of tho party bogan to aing a
aboi song, and ondod by dashing ida goblet noon
tie Ubi?, breaking it into the am all eat frag
AU our readers will of couria raaillly recog
lie the above picture ; "rebel songs," being '
art of the regular, breakfast bill of far? at
very Southern gentleman's table, along with'
ot rolla, muftins, hominy and buckwheat
ikes; and theil that dramatic final? or th?
goblet dashed upon the table," li io trill to
ie.lifo, that we cannot sufficiently admire tho
owen of obiervation and of desorption of
iii Northern travelling lady. . i
' Not only man is vile in thoio barbarous rs ll
lona, but ?ven natur? comes in for her ?bar?
'censuro. " Thoro Is not th? freshness and
?grancc of st Northern spring, and th? weath
r ?hange? vary luddenly, from altnoit sum?
er' to' cold and sometimes mow or ?lee!."
gain ?hl saya:
Thor? li a ploasaut circle of Northern people
)ro, and wo e oom to enjoy more than tho : na?
res-at least wo do not l?alo so thoroughly and
?'more social. Wo seo comparatively hftie of
irrors hare, but a gentleman who ha? Jolt ro?
omed from a tour In the upper border Monties
?cribos a terri bio stabs of thing? thero.
Th?jj "lady" is evidently a mleiloriary, or a I ]
*??VS-!^r,'**?*yt>?. both) and dotinnlned
i Win th? crown of martyrdom, she wejnt to a
luntry where ?he had r?a?on to believe there
es a "terrible: sun of thia*!." Imagine
si disappointment when she found "compara- 1
r?ly liule of horrors" thin: however BS ? J
reliable gehtlemon" toldhor of a tuoro horrl
lo placo ia ono of tho "Ippor D?rdel? Coun
rics," olio will doubtless t>on "pull upstakes,"
amoso tho ranch, and proceed lo soo that
'lorriblo atotn of Ihingi" or horsolf.
Now, in nil probability.lhi* loller is bogu?.
rho writ or knows as inucl about Texas and tho
"Chivalry," nu she doci of Congo ond Iho
;orilln; but supposing ilgnuino, it would only
;"vc lhal our Northern fiends whoa coming
South, bring their prejudecs with them, and
leo tilings through n jaundiced, pharisaical,
ind intolerant medium. VThcro is Ibo uso in
leny in g ni legation 3 mtuloy such ignorant and
irrcsponsiblo scribblers? Shall wo sci to work,
ind gravely alato that re do not sing "rebol
longs" al breakfast, and hen dash tho goblet
on tho table T Wo despat of making ourselves
Qonprol VOM MULTE?, tic ruling spirit of tho
Urussian . Army, the Aijulant-Generul who
planned, and from his once dircotcd, tho bril?
liant campaign of last umroer, ia not well
pleased with tho issue of ho Luxemburg ques?
tion^ The roason, it maybe, is, that ho ls not,
like ll ISM A no K, a polltichn; ho is a mere sol?
dier. According to the .femorial Diplomatique,
tho Count VON M0LTK1 soid: "1 oin roady,
Sooner or later we Blial hovo to measure
strength with our neighlors; and boiler now
than later. Our troops nu inured to war, and
feel encouraged by our ratent sucocsscs. Tho
last war bas filled our tnnsury and our arse?
nals. So far front exbaisling us, it hos en
riohed us in every respect, and wo must profit
by il. Bcsidos, Ibo Landvehr, who fought so
gloriously last yoar, naturiUy expect this year
to bo led against France, 0 'finish tho werk,
as thoy call it; whereat, once these burghers
return to their civil OTOO allons, it may bo di tu
ault lo bring them out sgnis. In Bhort. wo are
ready, and the French are not." Il is ourious
from what different moires nations aro goadod
on to war by hotspurs. Now, this Qeneral h*r)
no sinister motivo, it ii fair to assume, unless
it bo that he is too preta to regard everything
throturJt VuA,snU?\WonYc^?l011. "nd forgetting
DIN, from quito a different motive, uiado'iT'ifit
business to give tho war whoop in Franoe. His
decided opposition to the Government being
well known, his patriotic professions oould not
shield him, not only from tho correctional po
lice, where ho has been twice fined for indie
erect utterances, but his objeot, it was clear to
every ono, was lo plunge Franco into a war, in
order to prcoipitnto tho fall of tho Nnpoloonio
dynasty. It is well for tho world that wiser coun
sols provailod both at Paris nnd nt Dorlin.
WANTED, A YOUNO WHITE GIRL AS
Child's Nurse Apply at Ka 19. MANSION UOUSEt
Broad street. 1 Juno 1 '
WASTED-A HIT! VITO* AS CLERK IN
Bi;Mh, GOOD DUKIN ES 3 HOUSE. Can keep a
sot of books, collect, sad mike himself gonorally useful.
Tho first city rocominoudaUona will bo given. Address
PERSEVERAMOS". Dally News Omeo. ' May 17
WASTED, A SITUATION AS RECEIVING
I and Delivering Clerk, by ona who la compotont,
and can tarnish (bebest of references Ad il re*?
Msy 17 At This Omeo.
PORTER A ?VD G AUDEN ER WASTED.
Th? Board of Commissioners of tho Orphan Douas
of Charleston, wUl elect at their noxt meeting, on the 6th
Jone, a PORTER and GARDENER for the InsUlutlon,
Applicants will leave their letters with tho Steward of tbs
Dc,uso, on or before the date named. May 31
TO RENT FOR ONE TEAR, OR LESS,
TWO AND A RALF STORY HOUSE No. 97 Logare
TWO AND A HALF STORY HOUSE No. 7 Atlantic
TUREE AND A HALF STORY HOUSE No. Si Beau
fain street. lt. M. MARSHALL A BRO.,
Real l?tate Agents, No. 93 Broad street.
Juno 1 9
APINE SIX AND A HALF OCT/* VE PIANO
to rent. Apply at No. 21? COMING STREET, above
Itogard street._thaws. - May 90
mo RENT, TUREE OR FOUR FUSE AIRY
X ROOMS, In tbs western part or tho ct ty. very de?
sirable for summer. Railway care pass the door. Ap?
ply at W. G. WHILDEN'8. corner of King and Been fain
streets._lath alt? Maj ts
TOO RENT, IN THE BATHING IIOrSB,
J. two very desirable UNFURNISHED BLEEPING
HOC Mb, for tbs ? ummer months. Apply on the
promise?._ tilths] May HS
TO RENT-RESIDENCE NO. 3 CHALMERS
STREET. .. ._;_May 31
fpo DEIST, THREE VERT NICE ROOMS.
JL Will rent at low ratos to rcapectable persona. Alto,
a nice Kitchen with two roomi; ran bo used with a ttore.
Apply at No. 51 NASSAU STREET, a few doora from
TO RENT, IN THE BATHING HOUSE,
two cool and deal rabi? sleeping Rooms for the lom
mer months. _ May n
BRICK STABLE TO RBNT_A ?OMMO
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
for horse? and vehicles, can be hired. If applied for soon.
Particular? apply on promise?. No. 69 CHURCH
bTREET. weat ?Ide, near Tradd._April ll
STORE TO REN V_I THREE STORY
STORE on Market sliest. In rear of No. 83
liayne street. Apply ooon, at No. U HAYNH STREET,
TO RENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. OH
KING STREET, with us* of a One cistern. For
farther particular*, apply on the premises.
TO RENT, THAT VERY PLEAS ANTI,T
ai tua tod two and at half story HOUSE, No. tM
Meeting street, between John and Ann. Possession
given Immediately. Apply to WM. MARSCH EH. East
Bay, or to Dr. 8. C DROWN, comer a corse and Anson
streets._ 3 May 81
BOARDING.-A PLEASANT ROOM ON
tho second floor, with Drearing Boom attached,
can be obtained by applying at No. 21 COMING STREET ;
also a Cottage In the yard. A few Day Boarders can also
ba accommodated. Good reference? required.
Juna 1. j.
PERMANENT, TRANSIENT AND II A V
BOARDERS can be pleasantly accommodated, on
reasonable terme, at No. 89 WENTWORTH KT HEBT.
lUCELLBNT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
l l ratos. IQ the most central business part of the city,
without lodging, In a private house, can now be had.
For partlou?ar? ad dr??? "I. L," Pcjtofilco. May IS
tvOW ANS CALF FOR SALE AT NO. SO
/* SPRING STREET. 1? >- ?
JL PONY as can bo lound laths state, to bs aaaa at
MoUUNNEY'B STABLES. Hasel .tieelT mpc?tf ?Po?"
OOo*._ 1? _, Janel
FO R BAL E.-SUMMERVILLE BJBBI
. , ?ENCE FOR SALE.-A substantial built HOUSE
nealy dulah ni, containing aeren r?ceos and pantry with
water attached-vary exton ?Ive plaise all round leading
from pantry to kitchen-all necessary outbuildings, sar
vants house, ?tore ho rue, carriage house andstabtut,
with a rory tnmdJom. laid off tLwer garden. On tho
premiaos u ? hugo ?^re ra ca? urina twenty or fifty feet:
aUo a Steam Grist Mill in complete order, capable of
grinding two hundred h nahet? corn per day. The reat
depce can be sold with or without the MUI and Store, to
?nit purchasers. The ?aid premises aro within two niln
utcs walk ol the 8oulh Carolina Railroad De Dot.
Apply to L. E. 8TOPPKLBEIN, on the prenUsea,
."?Ti?_' " 'vj . '?..-. waa
TJWR SALE. A CART WITH "LICENSE."
J? Enq/re at Ho. 129 ST. PHILIP BTREET,
May 93, } : Xt C. . y Fl I
FOR SALE.-FltESH BEEF AT STALLS
Nos. 87, 88, b9 and 10. (Cheap) price? 13 u to IB
rt-ntsp?rpound. c* f*^"- ajgy^"
tV?R SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
i SeaU, pole and shaft.- Also,- a sst of doubla and
lingi J HARNESS, all in good order. Can bo seen and
)a?ali,ed for cash or a time, nets at thirty day?, at No.
ll Lj och street. May IT
REMOVAL.-TUB OFFICE OF THE
BOUTB-ERN LIFE. INSURANCE COMPANY has
?an removed bona ovsr the old Bank of Ch ar leaton to
.lo. 69 BROAD STREET.
Alava? ., , .
STOLEN, FROU OUR STABLES. NEAR
LEN UDM FERRY, ON SANTE* RIVER; on Saisi
lay night, 96 th May. 1WO LA Ito K BLACK HORSE
tULIB-one lavery ?rood condition, bas marks of collar
nd ?addle, and had ah oe? on. when taken. The other
cry poor/and has very sore shoulden. Wa wlU alva
rift? r^Rare for their'return, iM Twenty five liJir.
ar tnformation Oa?t will lead to th* conviction ol th.
May BO 8 Korthsastani B^lbN}ad. B. p.
General Commission Merchant, *\
M?UTii'uo tarer of Papery*
,C! OF VABIOTjsEtm)?;'' '..
NO. ? a 7 lt EA DE ST'A BET,
? Oorc or Hndeda Street, New York. .
rvEALEB m PAPER AMD IN MATERIALS 09
Lr rvervde?criplion tor lt? manufactar*. M
DeotniSrriU , . ,..' f?Ti . 7 tao ..
E. M. WHITINta-, ?
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
[TAS REMOVED HU OFFICE FROM OHALMKRli
ML street lo Ki. 8* OFUBCH STREET, coe door
arth ol Broad street. Angus! gj
HAHLKSTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO?
TTEND THK ' KU Ul..MI MONTHLY MEETINO.
lt tho Holl of the Society, Thit Ermina, at 0 o'clock.
V ore or. B. L>. UUTHON,
DO? 1 1 Secretary.
HON aULWIMHINO lrODOaa NO. 4, A. F. M.
N EXTRA COMMUNICATION Or TUTS LODOK I
i will bo bo! Jen TAu Ermiifj. lat Instant, at MHOUIO
li, at 7 -, o'clock.
lanaidstcs for tho M. M. Degree will bo punctual,
ly order of tho VY. M. WM. H. HOWLAND,
[noe 1 1_Biers tary.
DUEsTEAD lie II.lHrSti AND LOAN A8SO- I
IRE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
Assoclsllon will bo held at tho Masonic Hall, TA(<
.mino, at 8 o'clock.
fha Treasurer will bo at No. 230 King street from 9 to 1
i'clock to roooivo Instalments._1_ _Juno 1
EUIOAL SOCIKTY OF SOUTH CARO?
??HE I"'.GUI.AH MONTHLY MEETING WILL DB
L he'd at 8 o'clock P. M. To-Day.
FRANCIS L. PARKER, M. D..
juno 1 1 Secretary.
TO TllE PUBLIC.
Grand. Entertainments I
a PARTY OF CHERAW LADIES AND OENTLE
3L MEN wtU play "THE LADY OF LYONS" and "THE |
JVALB," In Flor?nos. 8. O., on Wtdnttday and TA undo y
Evening), Otb and Gib. Juno.
Proceed, to be appropriated to erecting a Monument \
i memory of tho Confed?ralo dead m the vicinity of
heraw, and to building an Episcopal Church at Flor
Admission fl. Doors opon at 8 o'clock.
TWO MI.HTS O.M.T.
ixUDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, MAY SL AND
Vf I ZAK ? OF THE SOUTH,
IN A VARIETY OF NEW AND HTARTLING F H A TU
rickets-78 osnts.Cluldrou-50 cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Forformanco cotomoncei at B.
"TY OF HAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Apply to -."uini.ESTON RMLROAD.
Broker, au. r. u.atr.inK.
LOST-ATTIIE Kl HE IN niUIADKTRBBT
on the morning of Ibo thirtieth, a BRASS CAF to
the rsar wheel of tho VlgUant Fire Rngtne Company.
The Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving tho .ame '
at Messrs. BROWNE A HYER'S lo Broad atroet.
JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
Juno 1_B cc rotary.
LOST, STROM No. 31 MEETING) ITREET,
a yellow SETTER DOO. with a white ring around
tb. hock and white feet. A endiablo reward will ba paid
for hi. return thors. _2 Juna 1
OST, ON THE EVENING OP TUB ??T<?
Ir.at.. m valuable Magree gold BROOCH, Inlaid with
pearls. Should tho same be offered for salo, lt ls rs?
?toasted that lt may be stopped. A reward will be pe'd
or Its recovery. Apply st THIS OFFICE. June 1
THB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the urns of HARRAL. NICHOLS A CO., ls
thia day dissolved by Its own limitation. WM. HARRAL
ls authorise.! to uso tho name of tho Firm In liquidation.
WILLIAM HA lt KAL.
FREDERICK B. BETTS.
Charleston, Jone 1, 1967.
NORTH CAROLINA MILITARY AND POLY?
AGREAT SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND
PHYSICAL SCIENCES, together with l-anguegos,
Literature, Political Economy, History, Ac
The Second Session. Ninth Academio Year, opena July
1st. 1B87. Diplomas conferred upon Graduates In the
A epochal course of EEO TN ERRING, ARCHITECTURE
and DRAWING, ls offered to those who wish to qualify
themselves lor Civil Engineers, Lawyers, Ab, and do not
dasi re to pursue other studios.
A Commercial Cocerse given to those who wish to pro
pars lor business Hie..
No military duty except enough drill for hoaltly exor?
cise. Ex pe asea moderate.
For circulars, containing fall particulars, address
GxH. IL E. COI h TON.
Superintendent, Hi lia boro. N. C.
May M_tn theil
INSTRUCTION IN FRE?CH.
MRS. NICHOLS. A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
nut during tbs past Dfleon j ears a resident In
k uro pe, ta desirous of giving hu tnt r timi la the French
Language, eltner at her own residen ce or at the houses
of her pupils.
Inquire at Mrs. FTNNEY'S, No. ISO King street.
THEO. F. CHOTEO,
OFFICE, - - sj No. 875 ICIA?O STREET,
WEA ULT OPFOSITX HABXL.
rflHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN
1 BEBTET) at moderate prions.
Air TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by meena of
Or by DB. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
Marchs ruths Sm o
SOUTHERN EXPRESS i MM
Ofllco Kn. U7 Meeting . t.
T?r? i j uttoution iiiveu to tho sole
rranHinlssIoii of Freight, Honey,
?VTLL CALL FOB AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANT POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OP CHABQB.
H. H. PLANT, President,
April ll_; Augusta. Ga.
SUFFER NO MORE!
Whan by the use af DR. JOINVTLLU'3 EUXIB yo?
an be cured pormanentiy, and at a trilling coal.
Tba astonishing ausoess which Uss attended this ta
il nebia medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness
len aral Debility and Proetrauoa, LOM ol Muscular Er>
ray. Impotency, or any of the conaoquencoa of youlhfa.
l diacre lien, rendar, lt tho most vaJuablo pronavatlon
It will remove all nervous affections, - doprwdou, ex
Item ?nt, incapacity to stn dy or business, loss Of m'smo
r, eonfuaiou. thoughts of self dosi ruction, fears of la?
lalty, lie. It will restore tho appetite, renew the health
f those who hare destroyed lt by sensual exoeaa or evil
Yoong Han, be hum bu aged no more by "Quack Deo?
n's" and Ignorant piactltionera, but scud without delay
ir the Elixir, ead be at once restored lo hoalth sud hap
in eas. * pi-fr'"' ni i miirsntnnl In i imj Instaum
rice tl, or four bottles to Ans address aa.
One bottle ls ru mci ant to effect a ours In all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOmVILLK'B SPECIFIC PILLS, tot the
peedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, O lest. Ure
irai D'jch arge?. Gravel, Stricture, sad eil alloc (bos o
ta Kidneys, ead Bladder. Cures effected In from one to
rs days They are prepared from vegetable extracts
Lal are harmless on the erstem, and novar nasseste toe
omaoh or Imp.-earnato the breath. No change of die
necessary while ?sing thom, nor does their actio? tn
17 manner lnterfar. with business pura ni la. Price tl
Either of the above-mentioned artlolee wu! be seat to
OT address, cloasly sealed, and post-pal*, by mail o
rp tues on receipt of price. Address sil orders to
D ERO KR, 8 H?TTS A CO.; Chemist.,
Marah jg ly Ko. 288 Uiver street. Troy, H. Y.
sfajaaa. -DEAUTY.-Anbvrrn, ?\Wtm\
saar aa X> Ooldea, Flaxen, and aav^taV.
?mm aflt Silken CURLS prod need by KL -AM
Jot J[ th s uso of Professor Dr
?HkrHx BBsTUX'S F R I 8 ER LE '"flS SQ
VrVH OILHVEUI. One epplica- -Afir^?Sz
rat- wW^^on warran tod to curl Cios3?Ri??fc?,
r"- "y most straight and stubborn
J 'ot ai th tr oex into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
. . i Has been aaed by the fXihicmablos ot Pails and
?fl Ot j, with tbs moat gratifying results. Does a? iDr
ry to tbs bair. Prise by mall, sealed end pestnaid. JL
jgapjaa rirtrulars malled free.AaVtraaa' BERGER,
l?TTfl k CO., Chain lau. Na 288 River airest. Trev. tl.
. Bala agents for the United States, - . '
March t? ... ! ,_.'.
." . , NOTICE. (?I ... f .?-ion
lKitti.?mta OTricK CHIEF OF HmmFl ?
Csuaixrrox, Mav ?th, 1?T. }
TAXEN FROM A COLORED BOT, ON THB lira
. April last, by some of the Officers, a V10LIM AR D
USB, known ta ba stolen. Any one losing the Baaat
ll coane forward, prov, property, and take ll away.
? H. W. HE?I) BI CK?,
star* 1st Lieut, a=d Chief rflisteoavas.
PRY 00 ODS, I TB ?_
JIMERS & MULLER,
No. 199 King street.
?BIOR TO TAKING STOCK. WE WILL SEI.L OUR
CHOIOE9T HELLO1 II)N Ul'
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
j ind BELOW COST, for cub, Tor Lb Hy day. only
couunouclag June UL
?ELCHERS & MTJLLER,
No. 199 KING STREET.
June 1 etutblmo
WILL UK OI'KNKI)
MONDAY, May 27th.
A ^.w.vH? 5??SANT ASSORTMENT OF FA8U- I C
OL IONABLL GOODS. compriMng many novoltie..
rhJoti hero boon purchased elnco tho lato Joell .10 tn
??l??!' Sf! 7>? . "?M TcrT ?ow. Cuatonior. Will
>leaae call and examino.
No. 423 King Street.
?20. AGENTS WANTED, $20.
178 ta 1200 per month-malea and females-to soU tho
ONLY GENUINE COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SE WINI* MACHINE
Manufactured. It will hem. fell, ?Hieb, tuck. Mud.
braid, quilt and ombrolder beautifully. Price, only S20,
including Bira ara's solf-sewor and self-turning hem
nar. Fully wuTantad for five years,
tren rcioliliiM.'cinasr ure' ii?.'jt*f -tilling worthtoas coal?
man and tem., address G. DOWERS A CO., No. 256'Ee
llftb Strati, Philadelphia Pa. lm May HO
WHOI.RRAI.? AKO UKIAH. DEAIJCn IN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES A\D VESTINGS,
OEHTS' FTJHNIBI1ING QUODS,
No. 85 BROAD STREET
January V. Sm os CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. S HULL, Ag'*.,
XTA8 REMOVED TO Ho. 70 BBOAD STREET, NORTH
XX SIDE. BETWEEN MEETING AND OHUliCH,
where he will be ?lad to ace his jld friands and custom?
ers, an 1 has fa gtore a full aaaortmont of CLOTHS,
COATING. 0A.H.-UMEKK8 and VE?JT11I08 of orery Tal
rlety, whian be will mako up to order at aa low pil?os as
any alni 11 ur establishment.
A FRI,i. ASSOMMENT OP F CHIN IS LIING OOODg
FOB GENTLEMEN'S WEAK.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of O. D. Carr lt Co.,)
will superintend thu Tailoring Department aa tunal, and
will give his especial attoatton to OatUng u arru ec ta', und
Miring and Xtiiuiulng.
G1RU1RT, WHITFORD & (0.,
MANUFACTURERS AND W ROL iii Addi SEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOH. IS, ST, 19
and SI, Hujeon .trees, near Dome, New York.
T. F. OAHU ART.
W. If. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WA? EN KN.
December 10 ?mo . T. HAMILTON.
"RH SPRING WATER
mme WATER OF THIS SPRINO IS BELIEVES TO
I be unequalled by that of any other In tho far-famed
Talley of San toga Ita Tlrtuea are auch aa han secured
lt the high .ncomlame of ail who havo used ll, possess?
ing, as lt does, In sn emin ant degree, cathartic diuretic,
alteret!?e and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL BENDY DICKSON, UL D.. Profcaaor
Practica of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston ,tt. O.
Pini irn Miii, NoTomber IS, 1809.
IhSTe been fora yoaror more past In the hsbltol
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Aocoetoroad during the great portion or my in vii ld hie
to use the different waters of the several fountains which
boll op along that remarkable Talley, dopendent, indeed,
upon thom lor much of the oem fort I enjoy, I am aatia
Sed thal the Excelsior Water is sa wed adapted >. any
lither amoug thom, if not more io, to tba purpoKcs loi
?hieb they are generally employed. Il U very evocable,
itronuly Impregnated with the carbonic ?cid, lively and
rparallng. .....ll eau heartily and eoin.en nUo-.nay
roeoaimcnd lt to all who neod s gentle catharUc and
Hen ll-. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON. M. D.
Ilia Water la put Up In Pint and Quart bottles, sud
[?oked bl good order for shipping, Pints in boxe, ol
our dozou each, and Quarts bi boi?? of two timen each
' BOLD AT WHOLESALE Bl
MRP, WHAN & CO.,
[ni;) o?-to rs and Wholesale Druggists,
Ho, 183 BUS ET IN O STREET,
OITOSm CUABL?8TON DOTD.
BOWIE & MOISE,
No. Ul MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel
And for sals by mat alase Cragg!its and Dotais.
Janttaiy ll Cmo
Tro vont Io n lg Better than Cure. "
Celebrated rrovoutlvo Lotion.
A PPEOVED AND BIQBXT RECOMMENDED BT
ra. tbs French Medical Faculty, aa the only aafe and
ital Ubi. antidote against Infection from Special Dlaeaaes
Ids inraiaAbla pr?paration la roiled for either sex, and
aspTOTSd, from ampio experience, lb. mor l efficient
nd reliable PreTsstlTS over dlacoTared. ibu. effecting a
Bridera tum long sought for In the Medical World, ll
eed according to direction, .vary possibility of dangar
laybaarolded; a elogie spplicatioa will radically mu.
?liss tbs Ten areal rima, expel ali Impurities from the
oaorb.nl Teasels, and render contamination Impossible,
s wise tn tims, and at a rory .mall outlay, eave hours of
otold bodily and mental torments.
This mort reliable apecloc, so universally adopted tn
is Old World, ta new offered for sals fer the first tune tn
m erica by F. A. DUPORT * CO., only authorised
gents for the United S latea.
Price ta par bo tu?. Lern? bottle, doubla alas, ti.
Tbs uraal <j iaooun t to tba trade. Baot, securely
icJwd, on receipt ol prior, to any address, with dim
on. and pamphlet by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT k OO.,
a? - . '?^* ?ganta for Dr. Blcord'. P. I?,
Mayra ITT Ho. M Qold Street, Nsw York.
g. A. LAMBERT.
ICTPJSBN AND ROBTHRBH ORDER!! FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
b 137 READE-?TRJCET, CORNER HUDSON,
if ? "W YORK.
tar Ar ?OCT tor EXTON'O PREMIUM TRENTON
lAOEKRS. AR orders asst wlU be promptly an end a. I
. . i gmo? ? TVoemNr IA
. .WU* IAJAB.
tO .1 : .Di i MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON. I
Om HJLU\ Noramber a, imo. |
. LL PERSONS DKilROUa OF REBUILDING IN TUE
k Boral DUtricU and Watte Place? of the City, un
?LZ^JZ.* ^JI^*^JM*MH^- ??vfsej authority
Ors City Council of Charleston to proceed (a tba mal.
yet a lira Loan, wllhsTiew to all in building no Sie
ty int.," ira hereby no Unod that th? tarnv&appU.
llcm tor iotni can be obtained at th. office ef th. Clck
Council, between th. Lotus of 9 A. M. and SP. M.
Ul spp?lcsliona mart. be i xl In the abor* mestlcsad
larthY Oonuni 1U* inU BMt ?r ?ry ifenday to cctv
By order of li. Mayor, W. H. SMITH,
?OTSCibaJlO Clerk o? OouncIL
.OCERY AND wisCElLANEO?S.
NE APPLES ! PINE APPLES I
BT RKCEIYKD PROM MATANXAS, ?8 DOZEN
FINE I.AHOE PINEAPPLES,
('or ?lc by ISO, ll. TOONI.
Nc. 131 Meeting atreel, opposltu leo Howie,
mo 1 1
MET HI NU NEW WHICH NO
FAMILY HIIOULU UK WITHOUT.
HOICK TABLE HOTTEH, PUT UP IN TWENTY
POUND CAN KB. ?cb ruu containing eight ?lr
t Daekaaes of iii lb", cacti. 'Ilia attention <i( tba
ol. InvlUd. WM. OUHNKY
uio i J No. HM Kaat Bay.
CORN ! CORN !
TV ri BUSHELS Pl il Mr. MILLING COEN
)UU 2S IO buibola Whit? Cora
DOW bush'U mixed Corn,
a ?toro and for isla bj STENHOUSE * ?O,
ona 1 I _Mo. HO KaMt Bay.
BICE I RICE!
0TIERCES WHOLE BICE
40 tierces Middling Bloc. _
'or salo by J. A. ENSLOW ft CO.,
lunn l 2_Ko. 1*1 ?sat Bay. L
SUGARI SUGAR !
HHDS. PRIME OROCERY RUOAB
40 bbU. prtino Orocery Buger
To oloso cuualgunicut. Fur nile by
J. A. EN9EOW ft CO.,
tune 1_2_Mo. I?! Ea?t Bay.
BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
For sale by HCRMVEN ft N1SIIE3.
AOMSDDK dation Wbarf.
? OVERS OF RUINE WINE Ii A VF. A GOOD OPPOE
_1 TUNITY of supplying tbemsolros by Ibo Oallon,
3?on or GIIS?, at rcasonablo prlco, by _
JOHN M. MARTIN,
May 31 3_No. 3? Market stroot.
*r\f\r\ BUSHELS WHITE CORN, PER BOnOO
?UUU NEB Shiloh. For salo low ?rbllo landing.
l?ayYl_WE-iT ft JONES.
CHOICE BACON, HAMS, &c.
POUNDS CHOICE NARROW STRIPS
?OUVj lO.OOO pounds Choice Clear Ribbed Sides
10,000 pounds Choice Hbouldors
16,000 pounds Plantation Bacon
200 "Washington" Hams
IBO "Palmetto" Hams
500 ream? Wrapping Paper, assorted alie J.
Just landed, and for aale by
LAUREY ft ALEXANDER,
May 31_3_go. 137 Beat Bey.
rjrAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN. FOD
?OUU sale low wbllo landing, by
May31 _3_T. TUPPER ft SONS.
RICE, FLOUR, &c.
"f\ TIERCES PRIME CAROLINA HICK
3 VJ 100 tiercel primo East India nico
100 ban-oil! cheap Eaal ludia Rico
60 barrels .-luporlor and Fino Flour.
For ?lo low by J. B. hCHIRMER,
May 23_thatnfl_No. 193 East Bay.
UAbixoniiiA WINE COMPANY.
(iHcoarotvaTso Koveuarxn 1, 1800.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, fl. C.
HOCK, SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MU8CATEL,
Port, Wino Bitters. Claret, Souomo Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Cbampaguo (In quarts), sonoma Cham?
pagne (In pints, 24 In a case)-In wood and gla?.
GEORGE W. WILL?MS k CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
IIATNB BTU Ii KT,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
?O. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
May T tuthsSmo
Oh 1 abo was beautiful and faur.
With a larry eyes, and radiant nair.
Whose curling tendrils, colt entwined,
Enchained tbs vary heart and mind,
for Curling tbo Hair of cither Sex into Wary
and Qlosay Kinglets or Ilea?-y Maguire
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADES > AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thouaand-fold.
t la tbs only article ba the world that will curl etralght
lair, and at Ibo flame time give it a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. Tho Crisper Coma not only curls tho bair, hut
uTtgormtes, b?uti?ee and cleanses lt; la highly and de
ightfnliy perfumed, and la the must complete arti ola of
bo kind ever offered to (ba Ame rican public Tho
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed and
XMtpald for tl.
Addrou all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette etreet, Syracuse N. Y.
THE WOULD ?ST0MS11ED
AT THE WONDXann. HEYXLATIOHS
MADE BY THE CHEAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
JHE REV ALB 8 ECRITS NO MORTAL P.VKR KNEW.
3 Sba restores to happiness thou J who, from doleful
rents, catastrophes, crosses tn lovo, loss of relations and
rienda, loas of money, Aa, hero become despondent.
Ihe brings together th ceo long separated, gives lnforma
lon concerning ebseat Monda or lovers, restores lost or
toien property, tell* you the busto us yon ara best
uallfiod lo pursue and in what you will be moat success
ill, eansee speedy marriages, and tells you the very day
on will marry, glvae ycu toe namae, likeness enficher,
c Url? ti ca of the person. Bbs reads your very tho ugh ta,
nd by bor almoat supernatural powers, tinville the dark
nd bidden myaleriee of tho future. From Ute stars we
en in Ure firmament-tbe malefic stars that overcome or
r.dominate In the configuration-from tba eepeote and
oeitiona of the planets and the fixed stars m the beavens
l tbo time ol birth, she deduces the futuro destiny of
ian. Fail not to consult the greaten Astrologist on
irtn. It costa you but a trifle, and you may never again
avo eo favorable an opportunity, Consultation fee, with
lioness and all desirva inlormaUon. el. Parties living
t a di.unce ixtet ?OD.ult the Madame by mail with equal
afoty and utlafaclion to themselves, as H In person. A
ill and explicit chart, written out, with all inquir?? le?
vered and Ukeneu enclosed, sent by mall on receipt >.
rice above mentioned. Tho strictest socrssy will be
lainlained, and all curres pooten co returned ordeetr.,
1. Referenoes of tba nighest order furnished (boee , -
irina thom. Write plainly tho day of tbs mooth inj
ear In which you were bom, enclosing a small loo . ol
Address, M AI,mr. H. A. PEBBIGO,
P. O. Da* waa 3113, Dory AVO, N. Y.
WHS MAH Dlrf Ell NOS IN ktMH
PIILM0N1G EL?XIR SPECIFIC.
rtOB THE CURE OP CONSUMPTION, PAINS IN THE
' CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY IN BREATH
O, BRONOHTTTB, OATARRH, ASTHMA, COUGHS,
SMORRHAGE, and all alloc tiona of the Lungs.
Thia grut r. miry ar ls offtved to the public, that all
io will avail themselves of lu recollai power may be
it only requires a fair trial to confirm Ile lavaluat >
sncy in diffusing through each channel of the human
puUiatlon a rutorrrt vitality. It InvtgoraUe and ern?
es the Lunas with brnlthful elasticity: rcetoree warmth,
dcb la their raajenUsI element; rouses Ibo sluggiah vee
a Into activity; beela the afr oe led lobes i puriflu and
riches th? blood; reg?lalas the circulation; induces
o and easy respiration, end expels, through Ita admln
ratlon, aacb and or arv concomitant disorder present In
> malady rccognlxod as ConsumpUon, and hitherto
amad bcrpelees and Incurable.
mu compound u peMectly aale, poss ming neither
rootio nor emello properties, wbiob unfortunately are
rays employed sa aswan tills In every prepaietton for
ngh or Lung affection-a mistake which too oil en In
irritating and debilitating eoosequaueea, only eon
oes to much general derangement ol the system, de?
nying appetite ard creeling an Injurious nervous ex.
unent, augmenting gufferikg with traquant fatal te?
lader the Influence of thia approved ead iuvaluabU
?elfie the moat distressing Dough yields, difficulty In
.thing and peina and eoreneee subside, hemerrhago
meted, and heel .b and strength rs latahTlthniT
PRICE FOR SINGLEBOTTLE HM.
old by the Proprietor, northwest corner SOCIETY
D MEETING STBEETU, and the principal Druggists.
OFFICE CLERK 07 COUNCIL, |
LL TAVERN-KEEP EBB, AND PERSONS RETAIL.
L INO spirituous Honora, ?tibia the etty Umita, whs
re bot executed their bonds and taken out toa pruner
da to show that the/ have license to sell w?l berr?
ied aa not complying with Usa law, after Monday, 6th
"hose wbo have cards are hereby notified to have the
a* placed tn a ocnepicuoui place In tba window. AH
lng to observe this notice will also be reported, siter
ebova-maatlooad time, VT. H. SMITH,
Oto* o? Corack