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NEWS SUMMAltY. -
A plantation in Louisiana, which anterior to tko j
war yielded rm income of $00,000, Vf UM ?old tko [
oilier day for $2000.
.. HU Louis han ?.population ot 203,000. Ou pican
ant Sundays about 12,000 of tko pcoplu utloud
Connecticut hos a population of 610,000, against
460,148 in I860, ?nd 370,70:1 in 1H30, and nu oxpcolt
cd population or 670.000 in 1870.
In tho Blato of Mississippi Ibero thirty-nine pot |
".liUfal.pauc're., Of. Tkcio ufloen are opposed to rcr
ooastructjou iiiidcr .tho law of Congress, and
. twenty-four in favor o? it.
Tho favorito opithet appUcd lo Senator SUSOTEVB
Speeches is "exhaustive." in consoquonco, probat- 1
bly, of tho effect they produce ou listoncrs mia
readors. So says ouo of our Nm thorn exchanges.
Ooo. AI.LK: A. BENTON, Uto Minister to Bogota,
. bas proscnr'.d to General QUANT a pair of solid
- oliver spurs, of vory antiquo pattern, and woighing
? a penna npicco. A eimilar pair, bat not so heavy1.
wcro presen led to General ltAWLINOB.
' 'TU? clorgy of tho Cathedral nt Milan aro in con?
sternation. A valuablo necklace, with a doubl?
row of pearls, h an just been stolen from tho neck
of tho Virgin, called dell tubero. Tho affair ro?
maine a mystery. I
The Cartcrb-villo Express, of tho 31st says that
tho wheat hnrvost in Hu t aoctton is rapidly ap?
proaching*, and that Ibero was nn immonso arba of
' land sown down, and that tho crop, from all ad
oounta, bids fair to bo a full ono. Pr?parai ?on ? Arb
now being iuado for saving it.
Tbs inauguration of tho marule ulaloo of HENII*
CLAV took pince at Louievillo on Thursday, busi?
ness gonoralty hoing s?spcndod, and all classes of j
citizens toking part in- tho demonstration. Judge
Buixock ' dolivoiod an addross, and GKOROE I).
PBXHTICB read a poom written for tho occasion.
Thu Commissioner ut Ibo General Land Office
' ban decided that persons taking advanlago ol Ibo
Homestead Law, must BIIOW thoir intention vo
fully comply with its requirements. Tboy cannot
claim to go upon tho land onco in ovoty six months,
um! remain, thorn a dey or two, and leave it again.
' The Bugbiaas aro thinking of celebrating tho
toroenleuary ot the foundation of thoir school, by
' founding scholarships, byi buUding additional
. ' Bcho?l-roorhB, by rebuilding br' enlarging tho cba
I 'po);'by'establishing a'gymnasium and swimming
'.. bath, or hy establishing a boy's' library and read?
ing-room, j I
The Uniontpwn (Perry County, Ala.) Herald
says: "Wo had occasion, a fow days since, to visit
Greensboro', and observo tko growing crops along
tho roadside. Cora is doing well, freo from grass,
and in a condition to mako mi abundant yield. Tho
cotton never looked moro promising. Tho freed?
men aro working well."
Among tho curiosities In tho PnriB F.xhibltion is
. n'poa-sholUng machino, by means of which ? peck
? of pons dan bo shcllod in about eight minutes,
"! without hoing touched with tko hands. A pair ol
vulcanized iron rollers do tho work, soizlng tho
II pod, carefully prcsBing ont thu peas, and dropping
tho pods bu tho.table.
At % mooting'hold at Winchester, Tenn., tito
militia coiled into servic? by Governor BHOWNI/W
1 Waa' B'ovorply 'denounced. It was chnrg'ed dial
they bad killed ono peaceful citizen, find compelled
''many others''lo c?ncenl thrmsolvcB to escap? a
[j . ain?lar. fate'.. Tho Pr?sident ha? been appealed I to
.forprotection, aud, In caso of Inn refusing it, tho
! ' citizens aro recommended to protect tbeinsolvoH.
A Mississippi paper, writing shout tho losses by
overflow, says': "Wo havo had sad reports from
tho Mississippi bottohiB, Waler, waler ovory
wber.j, harbinger of want mid rumine; IhoUBAijds
of farmers have staked their ?ant dollar upon tho
karani of this year's crop, and iii Ibo rapid ion ont
that courses over thoir whilom fluids thoy rend
ruin irretrievable. '
The Japu.no,o aro polite, sud at Ibo name timo
inquisitive. T boy soluto uno upon thc slightest
pretext, by placing thu hands,upon tho knees,
shutting half up Uko a well oiled jack-knife, de?
livering tho wird'O.-lo" in their most aodiictivo
tones. They .will mount. your porch and poor
steadfastly through your parlor windowB until
(. '\ they arc discovered, who'll, instead pf hoing abash?
ed, thoy Butilo with singular 'sweetness aud look
Ag^La.. . . FJJ ..'.. . '. . 1 I
.?vr.A -noWeBj-naKoguo' waa dedicated in Richmond
last.l'riiUy, with, considerable pomp and ceremo?
ny. Tm ?services' wore 'condiiclcd'by Rov. Dr.' A.
Hous9 of Israol"- their, hall is in Broad stroet, bc
t ween iv iii tb aud Tenth. Tho now congregation
discards Jowiuh "orthodoxy,1' and tho German
"Mulling," Bails miller Ibo "llofnrm" flag and tho
"American Minhag." Tho Mayor and City Coun?
cil of Richmond wcro prcsont at tho do.Iicatiou.
' An exchange, referring to tho industry ami so?
briety of tho .Town, rofois also to thoir bcncvolo-ncn.
To the needy pf their own faith, thoir hand is aver
extended1" lu ' kindly ' offices bf charity. Wo;ob
^di^j?ikt?j-tho ffoniherri Baptist Convention al
M o mph in, Bo v. ' Mr. ' Kr.:, nm, ' of Alabama, stated
that on his expressing - a d?sir? to attend tho s ea?
ston, but his (inability to. do so on account of j
VBiinoy, a leading Jew of His tovell nilido up tba rc- j
"qnisUo funds' from a small ' eynagugao, and pro-'
W sentad lt to him. -' | '' ?' .'
A gentleman named I-TEI/D, Ylcc-Prcaldonl ot'tho
Birmingham! allamber - of- Commer?a, is now lu
Montreal on a tour through tko United Htates dud
Canada Ur'obtain an oxpreaalon of opinion from
tbs principalHoards of. Trqdo on the question of
abolishing privateering during ivar, Thu Birming?
ham Board of Trade is now agitating tout subject.
Mr. P?ELO is to meet in counsel with tho Montreal
Board of Trad o ou tho 4th inst. Mr. P. will bo
reCollootod by in any of Our reade ra as having at?
tended a mooting of tho Charleston Board of Trodo
j ". a few months ago for the sanio object. ' ?
fn tho days of slavery, says tho Now York Times,
rjjj .the negro women of the South constituted fully
'one-half tho'llcld (oreo iu tho light labor of cotton
./ Culture. 'Even last year they worked in the Hold
, toa considerable ' extent; lint a .Southern corres?
pondent writes thal this year they have almost en?
tirely withdrawn from it. Tboy dcolaro that "the
whit} women never work out, but aro supported
by then- mon; that it ought lo bo so, and that ll ley
(tho blacks) will not submit any moro to out-door'
work." We hove no doubt that tho "colored sis?
ters" will adhoro to this determination, so tho cot?
ton planlers must give up all hupo of over seeing
them again hi tho Held.
The Toledo, Ohio, Made, a Republican popor,
says : "Ono of tho most curious political pheno?
mena of tho ago ia tho fact that several Doiuociatio
papers, which havo novor beforo heartily con
domned the rebellion, are now showing up in vivid
colara ita excocding wickedness, sud proving fran?
tically what a vory iloml or treason and every other
black sud damnablo uri mo JEFF. DAVIS is, in order
to pitch into HORACE G IIKLI.EY fur signing JEFF'S
bail bond. Thuy accuso GREELEY of procuring the
release or JEFF. DAVIS, and Iben show what a horrid
? reprobate aud hortid criminal il is bp has turned
' upon'society. It's au ill-wind that blows nobody
1 Tho Augusta Chro?lae and Sentinel learns, on
what it considera good authority, that tho Presi?
dent of tho Macon and Btunsivick Railroad, GEO.
IL HA7KUIUEUT, Esq., has snvcoeded in n eking
arrangements With partios at tko North which Will
secure tho completion ur tho road in a very short
timo. Tho road is already llnishcd, and tho cars
running ovor it daily from Macou to Jiawkiiisvillo,
some flfty-throo miles. Tho grading is also fin?
ished on thu lower end or tho lino from Brunswick
to tho "Initial Point" on tko Savannah and Gulf
Hoad, sumo forly-Boven milos from Brunswick.
'Jho inlotmodlate portion of tho lino has bcon lo?
cated, and suntu progress made in tho work of
grading and grubbing.
Mrs. Judge WHITE, er Now York, will Boll at tho
Catholic Mair, to tho highest bidder, tho following
relics: A picco or wood or Oeucrol WASIIINQT jg's
coffin, in which his hotly reposed thirty-tight
years, and a ring, ovor ono hundred yea? old,
made lrt.m a ploco or the turnio or his cane - flu,
000 waa onco refused for tho cane. Mrs. WHITE
i will rocoivo offers, by post or othorwlso, at her
table at the Pair for tho purchase of thi ne articles,
?nd will publish tho amount givou by tho highest
bidder for thom. Sho has also lor BAIO, prico $100,
a picco of an embroidered silk dress worn by MAB
.ntA WASHINGTON, presented to Mrs. WarrEby
Hrs. RODERT MrNTUBN, aud many years preserved
by tho CLINTON family.
Tho Springfield Jlepubtiean has sn article upon
ibo tendency of the oalivoa of Now England lo
move westward, which it accounts for in thia war:
that the,.introduction of unskilled laborers hau
bod tho effect to "rodnco wages and create1 moro
marked distinctions in society, and so tho Yankco
retires in 'disgust and Booka a now homo in tho
West. He will bo likely to find lhere, also, tho
tulls bo acoks to escape,- unices he goes with a
I company of Kow, England men, who will ?eulo
' near together; . this is how the favorita mode of
emigration, and Now England villages are to bo
found in Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas, and oro be?
ginning to show tberrtaolvcs in Missouri. You
moy know thorn by their neal ch ur cl ic a and school
horifloa, and by tho trocs and flo wera In their
(lou. A. 1'. Hii.i< wan ono of the beal and must
popular o? Ibo military cbioltaina of tho bte Cou
.'ederney. Ho wax or sanguino toinporauiuul, ou
Ihusiuiitio in hin tuvo of tho CAUSO, bold and im?
petuous in hin nsanuUe upon tho bulwarks of tho
onciny. Ho fell on tho dny fatal to tho cau?o ho
hold dear, before lin bonne b]iint wa? called to
tho n puny of realizing tho ut lor overthrow. That
Sunday when Clon. GUANT l>ni??O through tho Hnoa
itt rotcrsbiirg, and JEKF. DAVIS received tho fatal
nouH in Ht. l'un 1'H Church at Richmond, Qon. HILL
yielded lu's noble opirit a mnrlir to bin ' til nie nu J
country. The special corresponden l of tito Now
?ork 3?im.i, who has boon visl'iug tho works
around Petersburg, Virginia, gives tho following
nccount of .tho death ot den. A. P. HILL, hi o let?
ter dati d May 2Cth : "In connection with tho de?
ronco rf Fort Gregg, I must also mention a fact
wi i ?di T lonni from Gonoial MAKONE in regard to
tho death or tho distinguished Coufuderato corps
commander, A. P. HIM.. Cloneral LEE'S head?
quarters woro but a short dislanco in tho rear of
Gregg, in a hotiBO on tho Doydton plank-road bo
tweon tho fort rind tho town. At tho tltno Fort
Gregg was carried, Gens. HIM, and M AKONE woro
in conversation with LEE at his headquarters. As
tho tiring grow nearer and noaror, LEE, intently
listening to tho sound*, suddenly turned to HIM.
mid Haid : "How is thia, General? Your troops
aro priving way." Upon this HIM. mounted his
horse, dashed to tho front, but tvbile galloping
down tho rond bo suddenly carno upon two mon in
bluo uniforms. "Throw down your arnot I" shout?
ed tho General. But tho mon quickly sprang bo
hind a troo, and, levelling their piecos, tired. Un
foll frcm btu boree dead."
IN. D IS IIA ELI'S AUEMiTrES pr LTTKIIATUBE tho
history of punctuation is woll given. CAXTON in?
troduced tho Roman pointing, th? dash being tho
only mark thoy unod. This was soflenod to tho
comma, mid tho colou was introduced to "show
that thorn was moro to come." Tito semicolon is
a Lutin delicacy, long reni?t ort by tho obtuso Eng?
lish typographers. Tho Biblo ot 1G92 does not
contain it, but it appears in that of 1693 sud aiioi
v, ai il. CHALMERS thinks that tho uso of .tho semi?
colon would have unveil HHAKKI-EAHE from his com?
mentators, but wo aro not BO sure of that; how?
ever wo may concedo tho point for Ibo sako of
allowing tho theorist to mako good his hypothesis.
GOTUE wrote within tho last half century, and in a
languago perfectly classical, that has scarcely va?
ried au iota aiuco bo ponie d bia FAUST; yet is ho
tho victim of common .atina quito as much, and to
tho samo alarming degree of freo construction, an
HuABtr-KAUK. Punctuation, whatever may ho
said to tho contrary, is not yet a scionco.
Grammar is ;frequontiy oavillod at because of i's
Arbitrary niles and numoroUs uncertainties;but
grammar is as unerring aa geometry, whon com
patod with punctuation. Wo bavo bad somo oxpo
lieticoin tho matter of punctuation, theoretical
and practical, in tho triplo capacity of teacher,
in intoi and editor, and have como to the conclu?
sion that in punctuation every man is bis own
nlaiubrd. In brno publishing bouses tho hoad
proof-reader is tho supremo authority, from whoso
decision there is no appeal; and it. is only thus
anything Uko uniformity can bo sccurod, os no two
authors agree in their views on tho subjeot.
"SHREWD DEVICES in Advertising come iuto no?
tice every day, but row aro botter than that of a
cabinetmaker in London, who has impressed a
inagiiEino into his service. Bonders of tho cornhU,
may havo obaorvod a pleasant article whiob re?
cently appeared Undor tho title of "the Fashion of
Furniture" It pointed out tho want of good taste
in tho dosign of modern furniture, and offering
several good suggestions. An advertisement now
running through tho London paper? announcaa
th nt n (urnituro house at Covent Gardon has 'car?
ried out. these suggestions, supplying cablnot woik
nf a piclurcsquo and artist o character,' and that
most of tho work 'has been dosiguod by tho author
of tho Cornhill article.' bo tB\?ditor of tho mag?
azine inaoi led a first-rate advertisement, probably
unsuspicious of its ualuro, and perhaps paid tho
writer a handsome price for it." Wo clip tho fore?
going from tho Now York Eocning Post, but il
strikes us that tho novolty boro recorded is not al?
together novel hi Ibis count ry, whore HEMQT WARD
HKECIIEB lectures on graud pianos and sowing ma?
chines, and whore FAUTON, foi somo timo, has boon
filling a poet somewhat akin to tho poet kopt by
WAHRE*;, of blacking notoriety, for d?neront estab?
lishments in town, now tor tho Herald in tho Nortii
American Iitoieio, and nov, (or sewing machinen
in tho Atlantic: His next effort, tte nra advised, ia
^b^^n tho'r^iario Jino for tho Atlatuio also.- "We
tho in a j; azi nen und roviows that publish his pu fin
or whether bo sitaros with thom tho. honorarium
paid him by tho parties puffed.
Iluxanv wai, His said, aro prone, to dream of
ell tho ? plo mil d dinn ors they havo onjoyed - in the
preceding part of their lives, and with longing oyos
and watering mouthe repeat tho Barmccido feasts.
Something akin to thia, it must bo, that made na
read Ibo 'following with unmixed pleasure. We
are glad our Now York bro thron of tho proas are
in clovor, and wo hopo that uno of these days it
may please the gods to turn us also into tho samo
fut pasturo : "HonACE GREELEY ( Tribuno), rotaron
an in como of. $87,000; H. L. RAYMOND (Timon),
?10.000; EBABTTJB DROOKA (Express), $26,000; WM.
C. Hr. VA NT (Post), $81,000;G. NORDHOPF (Post),
$6100; TITOIILOW WEED (Commercial),' ?02,000;
ItoDEBT HONKER, $200,000! Fsi?NK : I.rsT.tT.. $91,000;
Ju us lt. YOUNO, (Tribuno), $23,700; WM.'tjwxN TON,
$18,000; MOSES. BEACH, (Han) $71,000; Wu. O,
PRIME (Journal pf Commerc?), '$32,000; JAMES
(lonniIN DENN2rr, $292,000; JAME? GORDON BEN
NETT, JH., $7600; J?rn* D. STOCKTON, 416,000; G. W.
SUAIXEY (Tribune), idUOO, THEO.. ?TLTOJt (Indo
pondent) $11,000; W. H. G. H OSMER, $2800) I A, 31
DALEY, $1000; K.ANB O'DONNELL, $M00;?.JAMES
MCCONNELL, $C400; BENJAMIN WOOD,: $180,000; 1?.
J. Orr.uisoil (Times), $10,000; 0. P. Dr WEY, $800;
FRANK BELLOW, $2100; G. A. TOWNSEND', $1176; C.
G. IIALPINE, (Citizen;, $01,000; MA-ITON MARBLE
( WOULD), $10,000; WAC. B. Hum JIU-,- (World), $1250;
C. A. DANA, ? 72,0 O; C. H. S WETZ EU (Evening
Gazotto), $37; FLETCHES HAUI-XU, $307,CKX); Taos,
NAHT, $2760; G. W.,Caans, > 14,000, .. .",,. ,.?
THAT LIVERPOOL is a great commercial contre, a
cosmopolitan port, tho greatest cotton market in.
tho world, our rend ern all know; but they may not
know tho extent and magnificence of ber facilitios
as a roadstead for tho largest vessels that sail or
steam up the Mersey, to sock undi ortigo in that
world-renowned haven. A rocont visitor says:
"To attract and accommoda to tbo commer?a of the
world those splondld works woro oonooivod. Thoy
aro built in tho waler, and' (ho walla, taking np a
largo part ot tho front of tho Mersey,'npon whiob
Liverpool stands, enclose the river at high tide.
When their gatun aro shut down thoy hold tho' ves
Bcla that bavo got insido at high-water mark, oven
Mien tbo tide has fallen to its lowoat ebb. Upon
tho ground tb ow recovered from tbo water for the
walla of these tremendous doeks stand rows and
rows ot immense warehouses. As 'we steamed
along tho Mersey, Livorpool looked a'good deal
like Philadelphia, on tho Delaware; but tho ship?
ping in tho docks seemed to lio anchored aim OH t in
thu heart of tho city. There oro ten miles of tb eeo
docks- sovon miles on tho Livorpool, and thro o on
tho Birkenhead sido of tho Mersey. Thoy coat
moro than ono hundred millions of dollars. From
this statement you eau form some idea of the mag?
nitude of tbo commeroe of this great port. They
aro built ao ir they were intended lo enduro as
long as tho pyramids."
.YESTERDAY WK PU HM RU EH a paragtaph stating
(bat SUMNER ond some or the membora of the
Judiciary Commlltco aro making strenuous efforts
to convene Congroas in July ; but from tho Wash?
ington oonoapoudont of tho Now York Indepen?
dent, it would scorn that tboro ls very littlo proba?
bility of their BUCCCBS. , Ho saya : "Tho idoa of an
impeachment of. .tbo Pros i dont nooma to bavo been
given up, even hy tho original 'impeachers.' Gen.
BUTLER must bavo abandoned all hopo of it, how
ov^r di nir&blc it may bo in hi? opinion. It ia
generally ti nd ern: nod boro that Mr. BoUTWELL, Of
the Impeachment Oommltteo (or, in other words,
tho HOUHO Committee of tho Judiciary) boliovos
that siuTloiCnt ia provod against tho President to
warrant bis impeachment, but that a majority of
tho coi nu nile J aro about road y to a gr co (hat it is
not advisablo to report n hill of i inpeach ai ont to
Iho.Hovuo. 1 havo no actual knowledgo of thia,
but presumo that iu this caso it will bo safe to
tr jst common rumor.
. . ' . . . .!. TTTVi ::iU. , .-. li j .... . 'ifWi
Toa ATHENS UAHNE?, of tho 23th, ann ono ce?
tho death of Prof. WADDELL.'. Ho tiled- at bis leai
dence this morning at four o/oiock.t.oi.raraiyeia.
Tho docoaeod was a son of Mosas WADDBLL, ono of
tho early Pr?sidente 6f Franklin Collogb, ?ad waa
hi tit self ti member of the Faculty for ni any ye ara.
Hundreds of graduates r>r tho Un I var1 ii ty will road
with sorrow that their old preceptor has gone. Ha
had been ia.f?cbfo health for inoro tliab a.year, '
and his (bath, though sudden, waa not nn'oxpeot
Od. Th? WADDMX'i ?TO A fain liv troll known In
South" Carolina, where thoy formerly rejnded.
Every reader ol' the "Georgia Scenes" canny! but
havo ? ah i tficotitrn for thal famous school, ?where
CALHOUN and MaDOmx, Pxnonu and: BAXILTOH, '
and many moro of Carolina's moat diaUngulthad
sons were first Initiated into tho Ito publi o of letters.
LARQIBT CIRCULATION.-The DAlK?
NKW8 publishes the Oj?cial List of Let?
ter* remaining in thc l'oslofficc at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
sectidtf ofjkhe New Potto?cc Law, a* thc
newspnpeKhaving the largest circulatiori^K
the OirfroJ Charleston:
, Saumon lt And bo lt furtlicr enacted. That Ulta ol let
ters remaining uncalled for lu any roatofflco In any city,
tomi or village, wboro a newspaper abai! bp printed,
aliall bercaRor bo|>ubllali?l onco only lu tho new?paper
which, being pubUabed weekly or oftener, ahall nato tho
largest-circulation within rango of delivery of lu*, aald
nar- AU communications intended tor publication ?ni
I_I ......I 1.1,1,-.."..-.I lr. I h.. Kli//li- nf lt,..'
Wocannol undertt ke to relwn rejected commuii?ca-,
Advertisementa outside of (he city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
TUESDAY MORNINO, JUNE 4. 1867.
Jon WOHK.-Wo have now completed our
office 60 nfl to ox?ente, in the shortest possible
timo, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK; end we
mopt respectfully ask tho patronage of our
PEACE IN ETJTIOPE.
,Tho Luxemburg Question, that mushroum
like had aprutig up almost in a night, and for
n few weeks bid fair to eel all Europo by tho 1
cars, has died away almost aa suddenly as il
had arisen. Tho amicable scttlotncut of tho
difficulty reflects great credit on tho British
Qovcrnmcnl, and moro especially on Lord
STANLKT, the Foreign Minister, who appears to
have had the matter in special charge. Queen
VtcToniA herself took a most lively interest in
thc negotiations, and, it is said, that it was an
autograph letter wrillon by her to tho King of |
Prussia, that made tho latter yield reluctantly
to the counsel, given bim by BISMARCK, which,
howovcr, bad been opposed by thc King him?
self, and all tho other members of tho govern- 1
nient. A good politician (such ns ll IM MAKUK
unquestionably is), must know when to yield
must swallow his pride-?nd for this reason,
sobing that circumstances were averse to a war
al present, lie nt onctr'counBclled acquiescence '
in thc proposition made by Lord STANLEY, lor
tho entire neutrality of Luxemburg, and tho
evacuation of thc ' fortress by the Prussian
troops, and its dismantlement. This advice was
unpaintable, and was opposed by thc King and
bis entire court. BISMARCK thereupon re?
marked I lint under tho circumstancos ho did
not sec how he could bc of any further use to
tho King, and with his Majesty's permission ho
would retire to tho country for a short time, lo
recruit his health; but in caso his Majesty
HII i mid change'his mind, and think that his
[HISMABXK'S] ndvico would bo of service, ho
should, if sent fur, hasten with nlncrity lo his
.Majesty's assistance. . lie went lo Ibo couutry,
but was not gone long when an express messen?
ger was sent after him, lb bring him back to I
Court,-Queen VICTORIA'S lotter having boen
received in the meantime; and also certain in?
timations of tho probable altitude of Russia, in
thu event of a,quarrel between France and
? Tho Conference waft thus successful. War ]
was averted, but notwithstanding so for?
tunate a result, noither'of Ibo principal parties
to ihe quarrel appear satisfied. , Englnnd alono
lins profiled by tho denouement. The rote of
medialer alway fl reflects crediton the perfor?
mer when Ihn negotiations aro brough,! toa
successful issue; and thia was the caso here ala
'time When Knglnttd bad virtually foresworn all
intervention in Continental politics; . whon,
moreover, she had her hands full at home with
Fenians, Reform Leagues mid Trades Unions,
and could sparc neither men,' inbney, limo or
'attention for Ibo great European quarrel, as to
-i.~ ,?" in have, anti who ? waa le hold the'
I nilen or German Fortress of Luxemburg. I oi
by mcVo 'diplobiacy, " Without''loss of a pound
sterling, or au mince of blood, England nettled
tho difficulty, and carries off the glory.
Luxemburg is, of courso, dissatisfied. The
peaceable burghers cared little whose flag was
(bmiing over tho portcullis; so trade was active.
I They had in turn,been loyal to BO many differ?
ent sovereigns during Ibo past two or three
hundred years, that they havo acquired a re?
markable . facility in the act or I praetioe of j
transferring their allegiance. Il oomca
"handy" to thurn aa the now fashions from
Paris, and creates little more wonder or ex?
citement; Bat with' tho withdrawal of the
garrison they lose their living. A vast deal of |
money was spent here annually, not only by
officers and oldie rs stationed here, but in Ibo
repairs and maintenance of colossal fortifica?
tions, in lieu of all which they are henceforth
to live and fatten upon Butch neutrality; it will
of courso take them some timo to beoomo re- 1
oonciled to this altered slate of things, and. in
tho meantime, they grumble.
France, ono would suppose, had the best
reason to be satisfied with the result of the
Conference; for she obtained nearly (if not al
to^etlier) all ul ie wanted at no outlay of ex-I
pense, and without having to rece'de from ?ny
principle or demand laid down by the Govern?
ment, lind, therefore, without sacrifice of pride,
or loss of prestige; and the French Government
in 8 a li H lied, but (he people, ive are informed,
are not. The recent announcement in the
Corps Lr jill a I if by the Marquis un Mor s ri sn,
of tho result of tho London Conference with
thc speech that accompanied it, were received
with coldness, The French people like nut
tho way in which their' Government got out of |
tlais quarrel. The policy of the Emperor
brought the country to the verge of war, and
foreign mediation got kim out of the scrape,
This is humiliating to the Frenchman. The
Emperor acquiesced in tho plan, originated, it ia
said, by Austria, taken up and boldly pushed
by England, and supported also by Russia; i
negative merit, so far na concerns NAPOLEON;
?nd Paris correspondents state that the ultra
Imperialist wing of the Qovernment party is
moro irritated than ?ny others at the paoifio
solution of the Luxemburg question.
Thal Prussia, and in fact all Oermany, should
be sore on tho Luxemburg question can readily5'j
he conceived. Prussia, it is said in the news?
papers, has lost much of her prestige in conse?
quence. She has aspired and attained to the j
position of chief and' orbiter of Germany, and
in the first year of her administration ? Ger?
man province is wrested from its natural
guardians, and 2GO,000 German people aro po?
litically separated from their compatriota, with
whom they have been in intimate and uninter?
rupted union for over half a oontury. That,
uuder the fifty years of hegemony of Austria,
no such disintegration of the fatherland had
taken placo; ?nd tho dominion of Prussia is
inaugurated, as lt were, by paying Luxemburg
at a douceur to NAPOLXON, to purob se ?
peaceful recognition, as it were, is altogether
unforlunato for Prussia; ?nd there is.already
manifest a great chango it. publlo feeling.
There Ss dissatisfaction With the anti-popular
and .exclusively military pol loy of the Prussian
Government, which arouses the jealousy ?nd
hostility of Europe in tb? same ratio aa it bo -
comes stronger by land and sea; and Ibo. cansa
of the Luxemburg question, lt is alleged,' may?
be considered a fair example of how snob dif?
ficulties must ead In tbe future-always to.the
detriment of Uio German national interest. It
vs T?olv thought that inere d rit ll ur/, whether by
King WILLIAM alone, or by thirty-nine kings
and kinglets, grand dukes and princolels, will
riovormake Germany ? great natiou;.liiat the
people are alive to tho want of free institu?
tions, and will have them; and, moreover; that I
flermin Austria' r?usl not remain detached from
th? Fatherland. Proceedings are now under
Way for th? formation of a Soul h German Con?
federacy, with .'.asirla at the bead. ..
In the meantime Prussia 1? endeavoring te I
protect her Weiter? frontier, laid open to nt
taokiiy tho evacuation un i di-mantling of Lux
c edmrg. Anion?; tho disquieting rumors afloat
in (ho oir of Puris- is ono which attributes to
Prussia tho intcntiou, ofter dismantling Lux?
emburg, Landau and Haarlouls, of replacing
them hey a a now fortress nt aomo point on tho
Moselle. Thia, it is said, will bc conatruolcd
wUit.apccinl reference lo recent improvements
In artillery, and will bo of Bufricicnt siro to
shelter nh army7.
There aro al least lliree eligible sites on tho
Moaello for such a work. The first ia the point1j
of junction of tho Mosello and tho Saar. Here
tho Homans hn?r a permanent camp in their
wars. Tho second ia the rango of heights over?
looking tho eily of Troves. Tho (bird, antill
probably best, is tho high ground between tho '
towns of Borncailel and Trarbach, upon which'
Louis XIV. built his fortress or M ont roy al.
Tho arrangement of the heights, and the circu?
lar form of the river at this point, are ex?
tremely favo rabi o for the construction of a for-i
tiftcation of unusual size and strength. Thorn
ia room between tho heights and the river for a
camp of ono hundred thousand men, and this
camp could not be annoyod from any qunrtor.
A correspondent of the Now York Evangelia,
a New School Presbyterian papor, writing
from Cincinnati where tho Old Sohool Qcncral
Assembly was in acBsion at Ibo time, says:
"Dr. ll. J. UREUKINRIIXJK is hero with his Ko?
rnau fcaluros; his tall form still erect, and his
long hair and beard bul slightly grizzled. Ile
is aa fond of speech-making as over, und
heard with respect on account of his ago, and
with interest on account of his Kentucky pro?
vincialisms, and his rich vocabulary of invec?
tive; but his power and prestige havo departed.
Ile ia a leader without auy rolluwura, and
no moro arrest the tide of re-union (han King
CANUTE'S sceptre could atop (he tide."
Wu do not pretend lo understand tho con
trove ray hero referred to, hut believe it relates
to tho expulsion last year of aovoral Preahy to?
ries in Kentucky and Missouri on account
of "disloyalty;" and, if we aro nut mis?
taken, tho breach has been healed, ar
at least been pul in a fair way of euro, hy?
the recent action of tho Assembly at Cincin?
nati. Ur. BRECKINBIDOB for ninny YOUTH, in?
deed, until tho commencement of tho war, waa
deemed ono of tho atrongcat raen in tho Pres?
byterian Church in America-hts and Dr.
TIIURNWELL'B being the great intellects thut
moulded much of its policy. Until tho war,
Ur. II. bad always been kuown as a strong
.Southern tuan. But ho was, at tho same timo,
also un ultra Whig, and when secession earoo
ho could only see in il a Damoor&'.ic snare,
and, being nnturall? impulsive and violent in
his likes and dislikes, ho at. once became a most
violent Republican partisan, and bas boen such
eror since. HU career, in many respects, is
parallel to that of BROWNLOW. But there is
not tho same excuse for BaECKmniDgK as may
bo urged for the demagogue of Tennessee.
BROWNLOW ls of obscurest origin, BRSOKIN- I
BUICK was born a gentleman, of an old, repu?
table, and talented family. BROWNLOW worked
for humble wages at his trade of carpenter, at
the house of Honorai PRESTON, in Abingdon,
Va-, when Kev. Dr. BHECKINRIDOB married
Mies PRESTON, daughter of tho Ccncral, and
sister of tho lalo Hon. Wu. C. PRESTON, of this
Slate. Nor was it in birth, station and wealth
only that Dr. B. ranked with the first in (he
land. Ho enjoyed (he best opportunities for
education the country then alford cd, and with
bia quick perception and powerful intellect,
added (o great energy, and constant and tin
wearied application lo 'studies of. n widely
varying character, he soon, like SAUL, ranked
head and shoulders over the rest of the people.
He has done muon for Kentucky in the organi?
zation-and superintendence of her common
school system, and bas done signal service lo !
his church in the establishment and nurture of ]
vit? imv.?6.,"i mi eau.m. wk^i a
pity that so great, and in many regards, so good
a man should throw the weight of his charac?
ter and influence into the scale of intolorance
and vindictive persecution ! We cannot help
thinking what a splendid Orand Inquisitor he
would have made. How ho would have gloated
ovor the auto-da-fe ! Tantatne animit ealtttibui
?ree ! Su said tho heathen poet. A Christian
might express still greater surprise.
The late Vice-Preaidonl and Confederate
Seoretary of War is a nephew of this clergy?
man; BO, also, is Dr. H., one of the surgeons
late on Qeneral LIB'S staff. In faot, nearly
every member of (he Rev. Doctor'? family ad?
hered South In the late Btrugglo between the
two soot i ona.
WA KT" KO-A COMPETENT WAITING
MAN of aober and Industrious babita. ; Bast
references required. Apply al No. 7 OEOROE STREET.
ITTANTEB, A WHITE WOMAN TO COOK
VV and Wash. Apply at Ho. 110 WENTWORTH
STREET._tu tba* Juna 4
WANTED DY A WHITE O HIL, A SIT. |
. DATION to mind children, or do House Work.
Apply at No. 4a REI u STREET, f_Juna 4
ANTED-SALESMEN. EVERYWHERE |
-Ladlee and QanUemen-1100 to ?150 per mooth,
to eeU the O EN DINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY SEW.
INO MACHINE. Price only SIB. Thia Machino win
i tl Ich, hem, fell, tuck, hind, quilt, braid, and embroider.
Thu cloth cannot bo palled apart, even altar culling
soroca the seam every quarter of an Inch. Every
Machine warranted throe years. Send tor circulars and
lanna to agents, or call at MCDOWELL'S BLOCK, cor?
ner Fourth and Oreen streets. Louisville, Hy. 1
BUSS tl MoBATHRON,
O ero omi Agents.
N. B%-Please stat? what paper you eeo thia card In.
ANTED-A SITUATIONAB CLERK IN
SuME GOOD BD8INKBS HOUSE, Can keep a
tat of booka, coll oct, and make himself generally usiruL i
Ina Bret etty rtxxmiraendatione will be gtvan. Address
PERSEVERANCE, Dally Mawe Pfc oe. May 17
WANTED, A SITUATION AB RECEIVING
and Delivering clark, by ona who le competent,
ind can lumlah the best of references Adel rews
May 17 _At Thia Omeo.
PORTER AND GARDENER WANTED,
The Board or Commissioners of the Orphan Honan
at Charleston, will elect at their next mee Ung, on the otb
rune, a PORTER and HARDENER tot the Institution.
Ippuoants will leave their letters with the H toward of the
Efouae, on or before? the date named._May ?1
WANTED. A SITUATION BY A RBSPXO I
TABLE WIDOW LADY aa housekeeper, and is
Tilling to mik o herself ne* ful |n any capacity. Apply In
IP RINO STREET, throe doora above Ashley. . '
A T PRIVATE UALE.-ONK 19 HORSE
OL. POWER STEAM SNOINat for aale low for cash.
?PP'y to MILLIGAN k BON.
/una a 4. 8, ll, 15 No. Sta Vendue Bange.
CWB .TALK.- MOLASSES HARRE LH, AP.
C PLY at No. 79 ANSON STREET, near La Brans
treat_ tua* ? _May 1?
HUIR BALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
I? Baale, pole and shaft. Ahm, a sat of double and
ingle HARNESS, all In good order. Can ba eeen and
.ermined for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
I Lynch street._May 17
EMIR 8 ALE, A OA RT WITH "LICENSE."
V Enq'ro at No. 1? ST. PHILIP STREET.
May 33 !
r OBIT, ON TUB EVENING Oar THE MOTH
Li inst-, a vt] nable Users* geld BROOCH, inlaid with
?aria. Should the sams ba offered for aale, it la re?
nested that ll iniy be ?topped. A reward will ba paid
jr Ita reoovsrrr. Apply at THIS OFFICE. Juno 1
KORSE AND MULE STOLEN.-STOLEN
from the subscribe.- on the night of the 3d June,
BLACK PON7, with no while marka about him, a lit?
io hoir rubbed off Doti shoulders. Also, a mouse co?or
d JENNY MOLK, with a law white hairs at the root of
er tall, middling ante, square built, with Roman noa?,
nd peoea under saddle, A reward of twenty-Ore dol
ira will be paid for the recovery of a-ich, or any InJorma
lon leading to ihctr recovery, A. A. WAY,
Juna 4_I? ; Hauy Mg P. Q?, Bo. Qa.
STOLEN, Piton OUR STAHLES, NEAR
J LENUD'8 FERRY, ON SAETEE RIVER, on Satur?
ar night, 22th May, TWO LA ROE BLACK HOREB
?TOM or?e lu ys^ good c*yTdltlon, bas Marks of collar
nd saddle, and had shoes on when taken. Tba other
erv poer, aad has vary ?on should, rs. we win /riva
"iflT Dollars for their return, and Twenty-five Dollars
ur Information thai, viii lead to the conviction ot the
Mai LAND A PARKER,
.n Near Oourdin'a Depot,
May 80 .North?*?tem Itailroed, 8. C.
SO ARDI KQ.
May tl_' . _
IMCCELLBNT BOARD, ?T VERY LOtV
Ci nie*, tn the mort ces oral bari c. eas part ttf Ose city,
iiihoui lodgiug, LU a privase houe*, caa now be had,
or perstsnfara afl?rase 'X Ly" PcjaiotBoo, May Ll
CHARLESTON UOAKD OF TRADE.
PB n BOULA tl MONTHLY MEETING Of THK
Charleston llosrd of Trado will bo hold TMt Bren
ng, tl Uio Charleston Hold Club Hmm., ot li P. H.
Ur order of tho President. JA?, li. STEELE.
Juno! _ 1 _Boc rel? rr.
CHAHtiBSTON RIFLEMEN SOCIETY
NOTICE.-A SI F. KT I NO OF THE "CUAHLEH TON
Illflcmcn Society" will bo held Th\t Beening, ?I S
''clock, at tho Masonic Hall.
All tho surviving member* of tho Chartcatou Rlfiomon
mi respectfully requostod to attend, aa business ot lin
lortanco wlU bo submitted.
A. JAMKH M IM H.
Juni 4 1_Clialnnnii of Commit!, c.
PALMETTO II Ahl, HALL CLUB.
A REGULAR MEETLNO OF tilH PALMTiTO BASK
1V RALL Cl.UH wUl be bold Thu .".'.diing, at half.,
?set 8 o'clock, at the Pavilion Hutol. Punctual allcnd
mco ts requested. WM. H. HELL AMT,
Juuo4_ 1 Hoc rotary
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND TUE RKaULAH MONTHLY MEETING,
of your Company Thit Evening, at your Hull lu
jute street, at li o'clock proclaoly.
Dr ardor. JOHN T. HUMPHREY!*.
TUE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Or TUlfJ
8ocIoty will be hold TAu Brcning st 8 o'clock.
Juno 4_1_ Secretary! ?
CHARLESTON STEAM FIRE COMPANY
rilli K REGULAR MONTHLY MEETINO OF YOUR
X Company will bo bald 7'Ai? Brening (Tuesday), af
Market HaU. at 8 o'clock prectaoly.
Tho Members aro roquoslod to bo punctual, as bus!
noaa of Importaneo will bo aubuitllol.
'1 ho arrear Ult will bo reid and acted upon.
E. JNO. WHITE,
Juno 4_1 _Hc<'Jr0.,*,Z:
" HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.
rraiB REGULAR MONTHLY MEET INO WILL BE
I held T'Ait Evening, at tb? Usll, at 8 o'clock.
June 4_1 _Bsc rotary.
rruLB REGULAR MEETINO WILL BR HELD THIS
X DAY, tn Council Chamber, at 0 o'clock, P. M.
W. H. SMITH,
Jone 4 1 Clerk of Council.
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.
rTUTE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIA
X HON will tako plaen TAi. Pay. 4th matant, at BK
o'clock P.M.. stthe Depo.ltory, Chalmers street,
A full attendance of tho members of tho Association
and the pubtlo generally la respectfully rcqnesled.
By order of tbs Board. '1 June 4
TO THE PUBLIC.
Grand. Entertainments !
APARTY OF CHERAW LADIES AND GENTLE?
MEN WU! play "THE LADY OF LYONS" and "THE
lil VALS," In Florence, 8. C., on TVednriday and T'A un Ju y
Evening t. 5 th and Otb Juno.
Prooocds to bo appropriated to erecting a Monument
in memory of tho Confederate dead lu tho vi. nilly of
Cheraw, and to building an Episcopal Church at Flor?
Admission $1. Doors open at 8 o'clock.
ti Si Kt NIGHT MORE I
AND POSITIVELY THE LAST OF
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JONE B.
Benefit for tho Orphans under tho charge, of the Rt?tera
jes- Tickets tl. Children CO cenia. To bo had at tho
Hotels. Book and Music Blores, and at Ibo Hall. Seats
secured without extra charge. No perform an co on Mon
day or Tuesday. - n Juno 3
fTtOUND, ON THE MORNING OF THE 3d
JJ lint., a POOXBT BOOE. which Ilia owner can bara
by proving property and paying for advertisement'
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RE SI
DENCE, No. ll KING STREET, with all tho neces?
sary oulbiilidlngs, cistern, Ac Inquire al No. S, SOUTH
BIDE OF TUB ABOVE. tnwim Juuo 4
ACOMFORTABLJE RESIDENCE TO
BENT, with a good cistern. To sn approved
tenant, terms moderate. Apply st No. 338 COMINO
STREET. _ 1* Jnne 4
rpo RENT. A CORNER STORE, WITH GAS
X AND FIXTURES COMPLETE Apply al No. 3 CO
LUMBUS STREET._3? June 4
rpo RENT. TWO FINE STORES IN THE
X Alger Building. Possession of ono given 1mm ?di
ately ; the other (rom the drat Juna nu IL Apply to
April HO loth RAOUL et LYN AH.
TO RENT FOR ONE YEAR, OR LESS.
TWO AND A HALF 8TORY HOUSE No. 27 Logaro
TWO AND A HALF STORY HOUSE No. 7 Atlantio
TUREE AND A HALF STORY HOUSE No. 88 Dean
fain street. H. M. MARSHALL A BRO.,
Beal 1 ala to Agents, Na 33 Broad street.
June 1 a
fpo RENT-RESIDENCE NO. 3 CHALMERS
-?ULKET. May 31
rpORKNT, THREE VERY NICE ROOMS
J. Will rent at low rates to respectable persons. Also,
a nice Kitchen with two rooms; can be used with a stove.
Apply at No. 81 NA8SAU STREET, a few doors from
jg*_ Msy 30
fpo RENT, IK THE BATHING HOUSE,
JL two cool and deairebla sleeping Rooms for tho ?Um?
mer months._ May ?8
BRICK STABLE TO RENT-A COMMU
DIOUB BRICK STABLE. with accommodation?
for hones and vehicle?, can bo hired, if applied fer soon.
f^i*r?culara apply on premises, No. 80 CHURCH
bTREET. wo?t side, near Tradd._April ll
rRESIT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. (ht
KINO BTREET. with use of a ono elite ni. For
further particulars, apply on the premises.
GBEEN, TRAP MANN St CO. HAVE REMOVED
their o moe to SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
Janes. " ? wfm
SK MO VAL--THE . OFFICE OF THE
SOUTHERN LIP H INfillRANUE COMPANY has
j ;S?r?r??T?.,Sm.S!Sr ?* old Btuk ?f Charleston to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
MST 36 r.
COUPONS! COUPONS !
JV1K PONs' A1?I> CHABLBarroN RAILROAD COU
OT1T OE SAVANNAH COUPONS
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COUPONS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS,
Wanted, and highest price paid fay .
J 0? . . ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Jone 4 ta thai Broker, No. 8 Broad street.
MRS. W. ?. WALKER
T?TILL OrVE LESSONS ON THE PIANO AND HABP
TY at No. 9, corner or Legaro and LamboU streets.
Jone S a
NORTH CAROLINA MILITARY AND POLY
A GREAT SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND
ifs. PHYSICAL SOI EN CES, together with Languaaca.
Uterature, Political Economy, History, Ac.
The Second Session. Ninth Academia Year, open? July
1st, 1867. Diplomas conferred upon Graduates In the
regular course. ?
A special courae of EEO IN KER INO, ARCHITEOTUBE
ind DRAWING, la offered to these who wish toquJlff
th emscl voa tor Civil Engineers, La wy ern, Aa, and do not
lesiro to punas other undies.
A Commercial Course given to th oso who wish to uro
par? tor business Uro.
No military duty except enough drill for hewltly exer.
:lae. Expenses moderate.*
lor circulan, containing roll particulars, address
Oct, R. E. COI 8TON.
Suporlntendoni, Hillsboro, N. O.
May 38 rothiie
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
ILTES.'NICHOLS. A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
i*X ' cut during the past fifteen ) ean a resident tn
?uropo, Udstirou? of giving Instruction la the French
?angnage, el to er at bar own r?sidence or at the houses
if her pupils. ?.?
"nqulre ?t Kn, FTNNEY'S, Na 100 Xing street.
PX COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of BARRAL, NICHOLS A CO., ls
his day dlaaolved by ila own limitation. WM. HABBAL
. authorised to use the name of the Firm In liquidation.
BAR.'.K T. NICHOLS.
EDGAR SHERM AN.
_, fi FREDERIOK h. BETTS.
Charleston, Jon? 1,1887.
'one 1 .12
ftSfnl'Crrfifyfran?tfn, Wlnr??8rrf?rannflfn, fl,. In
Istr ker trfltn Raftaflcn kr? fsnbtl (ba ffmcfctbcifa,)
Jtldjt auf gegenteiligen Rufern stgrilrtbet ?fl,
c'er?t ia bm m?figflcit tramita.
??amtstrenbfr Hrjt, ?m. nffrriarbl,
Jr. ?. 9. ffe??er*. a it ?lag anb Watfttftrat e.
January IB tofsmo
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
FFItTB, - - - Wo. BT? KIMO STREET,
mun t orrcmni BAfiXL,
r\HJ6 M03T BEAUTIFUL ARTTFIOLAL TEETH IN
I 8XBTXD at moderate prices. >
MUT TEETH EXTIAAOTED without pain by means of
Or by DB. RICHARDSON'S opptratus fer ptcdqofng
LOCAL, ANJB6THB9IA. ' I V *
March 6 letha orno
DRY GOODS ~ \
MM, WUK & MARTIN, ,
No. 135 MEETING ST.,
row doors [abo vu Market St.
Wo will commeiico THIS DAY ;
o soil, for 11111*1)- days, tho balance '
if uur stuck of DRY GOODS, itt
iREATLV REDUCED PR?.
The public ore iuvitod to cnll and
vxamiue our Stock, which is full
ind woll assorted.
MELCIIERS & MULLER,
No. 199 King street.
PRIOR TO TARINO STOCK. WK WILL SELL OUR
CHOICEST H El, HO I ION OF
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
AT and BELOW COST, (Or caab. for thirty (UTI only,
commencing Juno lat
BELCHERS & MULLER,
No. 199 KING STREET.
Juna 1 itutblDio
CARIIART, WIIITPORD & CO.,
UANUFACTURBRS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS RUTLDINO, NOS. 60, 57, 6?
and Ol, Huriion itroot, near Dunno, New York.
T. F. CARHAItT.
W. IL WHxTFOBD.
J. B. VAN WAGENKN.
Docombor 10 ?ino . T. HAMILTON.
A. S HULL, Ag-t.,
HAS REMOVED TO No. 7? BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MICKnNtl AND OUUUCB.
where no will ba glad to to? his old frlonda and cuutotn
ora, an 1 has In atoro a foll assortment of CLOTHS,
OOATTNO, CASHIMEIIES and VESTINGS of erar/ va?
riety, whloh ho will malro up to orler at aa low pilcal ea
any similar cs ta bl (nh m ont.
A FULL, ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING DOODS
FOU GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of O. D. Carr & Co.,)
will ra po rintoul! tho Tailoring Dupartmont a? tunal, and
will give bia especial altoutlnu to Cutting Garments, and
Maxing and nimming.
vBouaaix uro BOT AH. puua ni
CLOTHS, MMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' KLIltVlHlllMl GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 2S cmoi CHARLESTON. 8. C.
WILL BE OPENED
MONDAY, May 27th.
A NEW AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FASH
t\. lONADLB GOODS, comprising many novelties,
vii tr li have boen purchased sin co lao lato dadivo In
irioea, and will bu sold vary low. Otu loners will
ileaaa call and examino.
No. 423 King Street.
TUE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT TBX WONDEHVTJL BEVELATIOMB
MADE Bx" THE G HEAT ASTEO LOO IBT,
Madame H. A.PERRIGO.
3HB REVALfl SECRETS NO MORTAL EV Eil KNEW.
J She restore, lo happt noaa those who, bom doleful
vania, catastrophes, croase, tn love, loss of relations and
fiends, Iocs of money, Ac, have become derpondsnt.
?ho brings togoUiar those long a? para tod, glralnioTme
lon concerning absent friends or loten, restores lost or
tolon property, tells yen the business yon sro bast
uallfled lo panne and in what you will be most luoceis
uh sasses speedy marrlaguL and tails yan the Tory day
ou will marry, gives you tn. names, Ukeness and char
eterisUcs of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
nd by her aim oet su pc nu1 tu ral powers, antills the dark
nd hidden mysteries of the futuro. From the itara wa
ee In th? firmament-the malefic itara that overcome or
ri dominate In tho configuration-irotn the) aspect, and
?al tiona of tho pianola and tho died alan in tbs beavens
t the lime of birth, she ced oca. the future destiny cf
tun. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist on
aria. It eoata you bot a trise, and yon may never again
ava so favorable an opportunity. Consultation fee, wilta
A en MS and all desired Information, al. Parties tiring
t a MatWssl can consult the Madame by mail with equal
silty and satisfaction to themselves, as If lo parson. A
ill and explicit charl, written oat, with all inquiries alta
weted ano likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receipt i.
rio* abor, mentioned, The . tri otes! aacrssy will be
iain taloa J, and all corres pondon ce returned ord Mir )s>
1. Befemioeeortha highest order fuxnlabed Ihoan .*
iring tbam. Write pUialy tho dar cf th? Matt IOJ
?ar tn which you were born, enclosing a email loo. el
Address, Mun AMS a. A. PERRIOO,
P. O. DKAWKB il 93, Dorr ALO, N. Y.
'EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
Eta? WATER OT THIS SPUING IS BELIEVED TO
bs unequalled by that of any ol bar In ths far-famed
ly of bara toga. Ita virtues aro such aa have aecurrd
Ihs high encomiaras of all who h aro used lt. pennon
g, aa ll doe.. In an eminent dog-roe, cathartic, dlurcUc
lera tl re and to M6 qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
ractloe of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phil*
ilphle, formerly of Charleston ,S. C.
PaiLanaxnaa, November 19, lfloS.
I have bean for a year or more past In the habit ol
Ung tba we ter of th. "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Mulloo ed during the great portion of my Invalid Uta
nae the diff?rant watara of the a?rerai fountains which
ill np elong that remar kible valley, dependant, indeed.
Km thant lor much of (ha comfort I enjoy, I am ss as?
id thattha Excelsior Water isa. well adaptad nany
har amonf them, If not moore io, to tin purpose* for
llch Ikey ara generally employed. It ts very agreeable,
rvxnaly bo preses ted wi th tba carbonlo adi Uvely and
arttlog. .> M * lean heartily andccnsdentioualy
Mnnnertd it to all wno need a gentle cathartic and
nietta. SAMUEL HEN RT DIOKBOH, M. I).
Tua Water li put np la Plat and Quart bottles, and
oked tn good order ft? shipping, pinta la boxe.es
xr doxer. each, and Quart, in boxes of two eaten each
.OLD AT wno i .ia AI .a tn
GOODRICH, WiptlN & CO.,
luporters ?pid Who lesa] o Druggists,
No, 15? MEBTIBTQ ITRHET,
oy roana OXAJXXSTOXEOTXU
DOTTIE St MOISE,
No. Ml MSETINO STHtET,
Opposite Charleston Bolah
Ind ?or aai* try lr?t cia? DrugxrUt* and Hotala.
ian nary lt Ctr. j
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
JH?N?LEM, R?UCKS ?ND WOOD.
?/\ AAA SEASONED CYritKHS SHINGLES.
W.UU'i 1110,000(tray ami Rrowii Bricks.
7 200 i- ir.IM Unk nuil l'inu WIMHI.
Kur nata by FAIRCHILD Ai HAMLIN,
Jullul 2 Koot ol I,minim it root.
4 AAA ??SIIKUt PRIME NORTH CAROLINA
i LMJ" " COHN, lu bulk, por schooner Prloco
Icoruu. For ?ala by ll. M. DU ri.Kit,
jubal 1_ North Atlantic Wharf.
ro SHIPLMiRS ()F COTTON, RICE
AM) NAVAL ?TOIIEV,
LIBERAL DASH ADVANCES WILL 0". MADE ON
shipments of UPLAND AND BEA ijf ?ND COT
ION, RICE, HO?1IN, ?nd TURPENTINE, conalgnotl lo
lUrfrlou.lslu LI VE ll FOOL, NEW YOUR, or ?ny of '.'io
tforthcni Cities. J. A. KNSLOW ft CO.,
M?y 13 m tuf _No. 141 East Day.
RICE, FLOUR, &c.
?TA TIERCES PKIHE CAROLINA IUCE
DU 100 tlcrces;primo East India'IUco
100 barrel* cheap Eut India nico
CO barrel* superior ?nd lino Flour.
For (?lo low by J. 8. &CHIRMER,
May 23 (balun No. 1?3 Eaat Bay.
QAAA BUSH EUI WHITE CORN, PER 80HOO
?UUU NEU Hhllnli. Fur ludo low willi? lauding.
_M?y31_ ; WEIT? JOOT?.
CA CASKS TENNENT'.-! PALE ALE-IN PIN TH.
t)\J M casks Bernard's India Pale Alu-lu piula.
lu atoro, ?nd fur salo by
RODERT MURK ft CO.,
Juno 3 0 boyeo ft Co.'a Whart.
OA f\nf\ BEST 1IANOOR. VIBC0UNTK3S AND
fjU.UUU LADIES'SLATES, osssrtod alni, uf
For Balo low lo clou consignment.
Apply to ROBERT MURE ft CO.,
Juno 3_fl Boyeo ft Co'? Wharf.
OKAH BlfflnEU PRIME WHITE CORN. FOR
ijt)UU aeluloa wbllo broiling, by
Juno 3 a T. TUPPER ft BONS.
f>i~\f\ DALES TRIUE HAY, JUST ARRIVED AND
OV7U for ?ah? low from landing, by
Juno 3 _S_ _T. TUPPER ft BON M.
CORN t OATS! HAY !
1 AAABUAHELS PRIME WIIITBMILLINOCORN.
IX) U U 1*00 buahcla primo Oat?.
Landing from steamer Bea (lull.
ALSO IN STOIIE I
600 BALES PRIME N. R. HAY.
For ?sie by JOHN CAMPSEN ft CO.,
Juno 3 a No. 14 Market street, opposite Slate.
CHOICE WESTERN RACON.
OQ BHDS. OIIOICE WESTERN CLEAR SIDES
>iO 20 Uhd?. choice Woltern Shoulders,
20 Mini < choleo Westona C. R SIDES.
Landing ex steamer Bsa Qui], and for salo by
HENRY COBIA ft CO.
Juno 3_ a
6>frr\ BARREL'! FRESH CEMENT
Landing from schooner David Fanni.
1500 barrels FRESH LIME
160 barrels Calcined Plaster
100 b?rrela Land Plaiter.
For ealobj OLNEY ft CO.,
Noa. 0 ll and 13 Voodoo Range.
CORN J CORN !
QA AA BUBHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
OuUU INO this day ex HChoonor Grapeshot.
100 bushell WHITE COHN.
200 busbols Mixed Corn. For sale by
STENHOUSE ft CO.,
Juno 3_a_No. 110 East Day.
GEORGE W. WILLIAM & CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
ll \ V M? STRICKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHUBOH STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. m MAIDEN LANE, NEW TOBE.
May 7 ruth sarao
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(nccoaroBiTXD HOVSUBKB 1, 1860.)
FROM THE VIN?: Y A ll DH OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 907 EAST BAY, OHARLESTON, H. O.
HOOK, SHERRY. SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Pert, Wins Ritters, Claret, Sononao Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne (In quarts). Sonoma Cham?
pagne (tn pinta, 34 tn ? caao)-In wood and glass.
April 30 tuth ?0mo?
$20. AGENTS WANTED, $20.
176 to 6200 per month-male? ?nd fems!a?-to soil tbs
ONLY GENUINE COMMON H KN fl H
FAMILY SE WIM MACHINE
Manufacture!. It will bes), fail, auton, tuck. bind,
braid, quilt sud embroider beau Wully. Price, only 420,
Including Barnum'! self-sewer and self-turning hem?
mer. Fully warranted for flvo years.
CAUTION.-Beware of th oso selling worthless cast
iron machines, under the same naroo M oura. For cir
cutara ?nd UM ma, address C. BOWERS ft CO., No. 266 8.
llflh Htreet, Philadelphia Pa. lm May 20
TEUFUS CURANDI DIFFER NOK IN ANKUM
1?LM0MII EL?XIR niFIC,
TOOR THE (JURE OF CONSUMPTION, PAINS TN THE
i GEEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY IN BREATH
NO. BRONCHITla, CATARRH, ASTHMA, CUUOH8,
HEMORRHAGE, and ?ll affections of the Lungs.
Thia great revivify er la offered to tba publia, that all
tho will avail themselves of tte remedial power maj be
xm cfit tod.
It only requires a fair nial to confirm Ita Invaluable
igcncy tn diffusing through each channa! of the human
inradiation a rcalorod vitality. It Invigorates and em?
mes th? Lunga with bra] tbful elaaUclty ; restores warmth,
ahlch la their essential element; rou see the sluggish voa
lels Into activity; heals tho affected lobes; purifies and
inrlchee the blood; regulato? the circulation; lnduooa
ree and easy respiration, and expels, through Its admin
. :rall?n, each and every eoneomflact disorder prsssnt In
be malady recognlxed aa Consumption, sui hitherto
teemed hopeless and incurable.
Thia oom pound la perfectly safe, possessing neither
.arcoUo nor em otic properties, which unfortunately art
Iwaya employed as eaaontlala tn OTOTT crepsumtlori for
tough er Lung affectlon-rS mistake which too pf an lu
J Irritating ?ed debilitating coneeqiienocs, only con.
ace? to much general derangement of tba syttam, de.
troytng appetite and creating an I ul url otis Turf V mi S SX.
1 tement, augmenting suffering with traquent fs*al ra.
Under the influence of thia approved ami hi valuable
pedfletbe most distressing Cough yltldj I J cully ba
ree thing and paine and aoieneaa su bal/ j, ii uaorrbagt
i arrested, and health and strength re-eat U V Ued.
PRICE FOR SINGLE IK)TTIJt (1.2&.
Bold by the Pro? rle tor, northwest corner SOCIETY
MD MEETING STREETS, and the principal ttrogglsts.
^sTsTaW TXTHIbKERH and MUS- -
tjP*6k VV TACHES fUTOed to
grow upon the smoothest m - ?fl
^ T~ ye* face ba from Ihre? to fly?
Mi?! wecii by ualng DT. bEVlG- Xkm
HS9SL N E ' 8 HEhTAURATETJR S&R
^naWaW CAPILLAIRE, the most iagffllk
.TM^aB?^ wond.rf'il discovery In mo- **BB5"*^
~T(f* darn ad once, acting apon vjp
ie Beard ?ed Hair In an almost miraculous manner. It
ia beon uaed by the elite of Parla and London with the
oat flattering meccas. Names of all purchaser, will
? registered, and If enure eauafacUon la Dat given bx
rery Instanos, Iba m onay will be cheerfully refund? J.
rice by mau, soiled and postpaid, II, Descriptive air*
liars and testimonials mallad free. Address BERG ER
H?TTS ft CO., Chemists, No. 286 Biter street Jror, H.
., Sole Agents for the United States
Ohl aha was beautiful and fair,
With starry ?yes, and radiant hair,
Whose cv liing tendril a, soft entwined.
En chai ned tbs Very heart and satin,
CRISI ER OOMA,
ar Ourling the Hair of either Box' Into Wavy
?sd Glossy Ringlete or Heavy Massive
USnro TEH AR. ?DTJt LAD II 1 AND GENTLE.
J tt*3X otn beautify tb em eel wa . thot.aand.foUj.
la the only arktclo IT tko world that -stn curl straight
Jr, and at th? asmo time gtvs il a beroUfai. adrjaaTan.
?arance. Tile Orlaper Cern? ncit only allia the hAlr'but
vtgorats^ beac till? and cieacs? lt]
ibtfuUv perfumed, and la the roost corurSsU arti ola of
a kino, over offered to tba Amirlca^Mollo. Tfca
?5^2!!?? wfflu Mntl? *** a^oraaa, assied tod
artpaie roe al.
Address all ordeia lo
W. L. CT ABE ft CO., CsWaAa.
". . " NO. . Wis* Fay**") I*** e--^^i7T.
March Se ]j,