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C!olion cloHOil in Livorpool nt 1H fur Middlings.
Gold closed in Now York nt 37J.
Cotton closed easier in Now York, nt 20J for
Tho English journals inform us that on tho I
night tho Reform hill iras introduced, 1,500,000
cubio fcot of nir, comfortably warmed, passed
through tho Houso of Commons over; hour. Kif- |
toon miles of stoam pipes nru usod in nanning
thO IwoHonses. t'
Dr. T. 0. lUouAiinsoK,' Professor of Anatomy La
tho University of I^mislntia, having boen olcclcjd
by tho niodicel fiumlty of tho University a del?galo
to tho international medical coiivontion, tobe hold
at Paris, loft Now Orleans on Sunday last, on tlie
steamship George Washington for Now York.
A Paris papor has this cloyor s?tiro on tho pro
sont high pricos : "A devout lady, who attends tho
Church o? St. linche, has been bi tho habit of |
giving half a franc ovary Saturday to au old mail
who alts'ot tho' door, with a box to rocoivo alms.
Tho tither day, whou alie proffured tho usual sum
to him, ho aaid : 'I beg your pardon, madama ;
during tho Exhibition it is a franc.'"
' "Wo uotico lately," .says, tho Salt Lnko Vcaetlh,
" an inimonso bird hanging over tho entrance 6f. I
QoDDinn's provision atore. It was a pelican of tho
dosert, oud was killed near Brigham City, in thc
vicinity of Salt Lake. Thin bird moasuros uiiio
foot from tip to tip of its winga, body five foot
long, weighs about twouty-flvo pounds, and basa
big bonaitli its bill capable Of holding fifty pou mis
A foreign journal says that Sndowa is hoing dis?
forested. It will bo remembered that this wood
'waa tho1 key to tho bat tte of Koniggrntx, ott tho
holding of which for a long whiio hung victory rjr
' defeat. It ie now hoing Btrippod of ita timber hy
Austina \v oeste, ul te rs, and tho writer behoves th it
thia in dono lb destroy ull traces of a locality th?
must forever remind thom of ? groat national hu?
miliation. . :? I ,
": ' ' Ti?? batfl?-'ijr?unda about Richmond aro rapidity
losing their' distinctiveness. Tho earth is being
levolod in somo placer mid iu others sown with
grain, T i vu earthworks around [Richmond atjd
Petersburg aro still standing, and from tho top pf
Church Hill tho inner lino of fortifications |a
plainly visible. Dut tho traces of battlo aro os du
now scarcely dioccmiblo, aud will Boon bo entirely
An invention designed as a protection to a fire
man on bin en trauco into a burning room bas re?
cently been tested in Quebec. It consists of u
'f') finely perforated, bias's ball attached to (bo , irinir 1
oxtromity ol tho brass n?zale, of the lioso. [whlJh
acta aa a poworful roselle, throwing o,heavy spray
upon his porson while -ho is diroctiug tho mal
Htroya^upotl tho Uro' bof?ro him, thus emolhpriijg
- tho flames'au around tho bold o r's person.
; Tho!phiy oX>^4i8o;4^Vu"'hi8[r?conUy been Ju.
the 8 ta go in Dublin,: and tho auli-Dritlsh sen li?
mon ts thftroin o'xprossod by "NINA' SAHIB," aro rp-:
coived with great applause by thp audionco. Tl io
Dublin Freeman's Jouriial says' that "each ropoi i
tion of tho invectives against British rulo' in Did a
- wai) cheered to tho echo, aa it nppcare.il to ba o
an application to tho present position .of irish | f
iait"". V .'"!!"'" ' ' ' ".. . "' .. .
"' A' ibu patch ft om Cleveland, Ohio, Juno (lt i,
states that the Episcopal Convention ia in ecsaii U
i: st that pince. Tim chief feature of interdit tn
lt thai day, was a letter from tho Rev. Dr. BEDBX \
Assistant bishop of tho Diocoso of Ohio, now n
'lioiuo, taking j flirting low .church' ground, .at d
characterizing ritualism aa cenlrury to tho apb it
of-tho'prater book,, and' urging a strict adhoron id
.to tho forum of worship proscribed therein, Tl c
lotter was well roooivod by tho congregation.
Tho colored pooplo .of South Mississippi, pa '-.
tloularly in tho seaboard conni les, sro avaibt g'
.themselves of the presen t law to socoro penn i
iient borneo. Col. J. P. H. OLeUBCtjurE, of Day Et.,
Louis, lina filod nearly ?ctH',ap'pIlcn,.ions for 80 ac o
tracts for them in tho UnitedSlates Land Ofilco n
Jackson, many pf. them boin g bia former slave i.
, . Tlv?^tye,. ?ugagi ti in cutting cordwood, bumb g
ta cbwoo'al, making rtinuiinnd tar, and cultivating tl d
.".v.-. ':., BJ
The now York correspondent of tho N'qw Orlcai a
i'lcaifuutf,' writing May 80, - Baya that oh tho di y'
previous there wcro tifferu in \y'al! street to bi y
1 PUASiih,' ' Tues HOLM Sc,. Co's paper, iat 15s. in tl o
. jMiund, lint holdora dooli nod, . "Outaido of tho ir
little papor of tho honso afloat iii this country, ai d
the creditors ovorywhere have but to bo lenient,
and they will (jot both principal and interest in dlia
. time.'' .
t - iTUo Froiicb method of using steam to prop ri
. boals, is on. trial at Uuualo in iho canal. A atc il
wiro cabio, ll vi -eighths of aj? .huh in diamotus-,' a'
laid oh tho bottom ot tho canal. Tho cable rm s
- ovar a drum on tho deck of tho boat, and ri emt ll
. - engine of four-h?rso poner toma tho drum, ai d
the boat is thus drawn along. It is claimed th t
a boat of two hundred and fifty tons may bo pulle d
along two milos per hour, with a consumption if
only twelvo hundred pounds ot coal in twenty-foi r
M. DB BBETTON, a floriculturist, Bl?tea that tl o'
Chinese Bilk-worm boa become porfectly a eelinja :
ired in Austria, and it ia now in ita fourth goner .
lion thorin aa well as in France. Last year ho ol h
tainod 4000 cocoons of this species, which y ie d'
nearly 800,000 eggs. This j ear ho is organizing, wil h
aid of tho Austrian Government, three largo eil :
producing, establishments in Moravia and Blavoni i.
Tims fur,thu Chiiiosu silk-wurm? have enjoyed tl o
best of beult h in Austria.:i Tbs silk hitherto o'i
tainod lB pf tim beat quality, j Bpecimbhs of it' ai e
now to b? eoen at tho Paria Exposition. '
. 8inoe th? construction of the railroad across tl o'
Isthmus it has carried, nearly 400,000 passongo: a
and |ov6,600,600 of t (rcasnro, tho latter .from tl o
Pacific to (be Atlant ic eldo of'tba/Isthmus.' Tl o
t Buvor ah?pmopta oyer tbo joad are gradually d s
R. ol i liing, und" in net' cit tho silver transported B
S?hippod to tile Isthmus boot; tho Paciflo coist nf
Kftaitli Amorica. Of freight tho road has transporte il
Cli,T tons, but thia year it ia caf im ated tho t rafi o
will M fount to 150,000 tons; America now contre s
the roac^tWhich rune through tho territory of No v
Grenada, but England is making great oxortions I o
get pOSBCBBirV of lt. ..-,y
Nosily all tho Gorman, Norwegian and Swiis
emigrante who*ore now arriving daily at Now Ybrl ;,'
says tho Times, push directly for tho Slates of tl o
Far West. Tho. papers of Wisconsin und Minn -
sola, Missouri ' and^ Kansas, aro, doily reporting,
tholr arrival, and Ihoir BotUeoiont among.theep i if
their ki u s m n n who. li?vo proceded tb tm. ! Wc cai i
SOt" but commend thin example to Dip emigran s
from Ireland and tho British Isles, who aro no r
arriving among us In groat Bumbora. Tho wor t
place furnow-comcrs ia tho crowded cities of tl e
East, Tho,.bret place ls the r ich. agri cult ural r e
glyna 'ol i-lip Par Went. ; Tho Sonja, will bq a tempt?
ing field for Bottlers oro long.
California expects (o competo hereafter with tl I
' Eastern Statoe in supplying tho grain markets i if I
Europe Tho Alta i California nays: "This 'yoi r
the greatest want boa boen sufilciont shipping i o
carry away tho surplus crop to foroign market i.
Hereafter wo shall not bo troubled on that a i-1
count, aa tho shlppora and grain-doalors of tl i
Eastern State a and Europo now lindore tami th it
wo h uve a largo trado upon which thoy can roly.
With a lively competition in shipping, San Frat
oisco, evon by way of Cape Horn, can always reach
tho markets of Europo with her grain alittio
cheaper than Chicago, BO that our formero will
havo tho advantage of those or Illinois, Michigan,
Wisconsin and Iowa, in price, and double or trobjo
tho advanlaga in production to tho aroa planted.
Advices from tho Plains represent that General |
' BinZBatAH bas determined to Concentrai o his forces [
on tim stage, railroad and telegraph hues to Den?
ver, Utah and Montana. Tho Gonera) will notify,
t inclinion who are orpoaod to Indian doprodaliona,
that ho can only afford them protection on sortant
designated linos. Ho designs furnishing arma io
all persons crossing tho Plaina by otago, and to
Bond soldiers willi thom when convenient. Hu is
in favor of Ibo rapid construction of tho Pacido
Railroad, and thinks Government would Baje
raonoy by hastening its early completion. It ia
reported that on aocoanl ol .depredations commit?
ted near Cottonwood, the citizens bavo boon noti?
fied to remain'at homo for tho protection ol th dir '
property, . Bis men havo boon rocontly killed hekr '
that town1.' '
The publi? debt slaloment for Juno 1, shone in
unexpected reduction during May of 85,170,166 In
the not obligations ot the Government, fun il od o rid
enfundad, in tho dotai bj tho principal changos,
as compared with tho May exhibit, are shown to
be an increase; of ovar ICI,000,COO in tho fivc
twsnty ali par eonL coin-bearing bondi), doubtless
all in the form of the now la MI o of I860. This in?
crease is .moro tiran offtot tty tho rotUoment bri
*bc?ta^,0CO,OOO?t sovorl-thittlcB. dlfor. four mil- |
Ilona,Of compound Interest'notes, about rv million
of Wea ' tondor notos, and half a million of . frac- 1
tonal oarrcney.'. together with tho addition pf
. nearly tbirty-nlno millions to tho currcuor reacrVo
, tn (he Treaanrv, during the month of May. Tho
com reiorro in tho Troaaary stood at tOa.768,4 li'.!
JIU? 1, *?aiimt tlH^fAMl Md., 1 thc lie ere 1 ie '
.-,,bhlpornejit? o-? I^W month, w)ilcb, Hi rmi- h
Bab-ire turn ry in this city nlono, oicce doti ?U
tooni.Tr?ilhJoevd,Iii0 matared dobt wM voduoKl
over two millioue in May.
" Tua riiiNoit ov WAI-ES ecoinii to bo a good Bort
Df u follow altor all. Had reports of bis wild prank?
willi young "bueJes" liko himsoU havo como from
London, and uf bis mi gelfuliicas ot what was duo
from a good husband to Mrs. AI.AIANDUA dm im;
lier ?lliioHH ; but n, princo, liko tbo do vii, la not !
always so black BM bo is painted, and porbapa if I
tho truth 'wero-known,- lt would bo found that,-)
barring nu oxcunnb'o doBiro "to havo bis fling," bo j
conducta liimsclf in almost all respects in a tender,
duvotcd maimer, both as a married mau and aa on
oidor sou. llianro notordiunry temptations, it inuit
bo remcniboro'l.'iTruo, tbo Queen finds it necessary
to scold bim for breaking Hm Halibath, though for
that matter Uo might rotallatu upon tho selfishness
of ber grief,' tho morbid gratification bf which' is a
eenuin injury (u her faithful subjucls, tho litioii
drapers and others who fulton upon tito cere?
monials, receptions, and shows which common ic
\K>rl avers aro her abhorrence. Tho l'riuco indiontod
a streak of gratitude and aflfootionato roinombraiioe
ovon wbil? playlnK tho prsnks in I'aria whioh drew
forth bis royal molbor's censuro, for lt said that I
during his vied them ho called OD bis Old French
instructor, M. BB-ABU'EUB, who told him that lila
great ambition was to posBCBB tbo ribbon of tho
Legion d'Honneur, but that bo bad not suitlciont
intercut to mako Ids claims known to thoso in pow?
er. Tho Princo luid bis CSBO ut onco beforo tho
Emporor, and boforo night tho teacher was a
Cliovilior. This is a different disposition from
that ot his ancestor, QBOBOE IV., who for?
got frionds, kindred and /peoplo in tho gratl
Ucation of his selfish iustinels. WAITES would'
uovor lot" poor "Sherry " starvo, nor Dnust
MELL dio in exile/ (hobgh : 'ho may hover nt- |
tain tho distinction of being "tho first gentleman
in Europo"-sud ' tho fattest. Ho does not proba?
bly curso bid tailor fur 'a wrinkle ill hui COIvt, or
purohaap calumnies upon i?is_ wifo; and as yet ho,
'luui nu', boon found donddrunk in tho slums of
Loudon. Tbero is timo enough for oil this, nover- |
thctcss, BO it may bo wisor not to sound bis do?
lo nco too loudly.
IT ia BEPOnn? that Um Emperor of Austria in?
tend? to sismal)?! liiB'nnrnn.Unn no Kins o' Hun?
gary, which was to tako placo on Saturday last, by?
an ?ot of domeney abd jhstico toward thb Hunga
rlaii patriots, which shows thal bo lum loamed, in
tho sttrn school pf adversity, the nioba^ch's hard?
est lesson. Tho amnesty o? aU 'poiulcal offundors,
whioh ho proposes . to proclaim, will, uicJudo'ev ea
! Kossorii, though" ho will probably! liko MAZZINI,
I re flea o to accept plem.oo.oy from ft King. Hut tho j
giean ruaos fit Ilia, countrymen aro loas? part?cula
on this point, and will doubtless provo tho most
loyal uf tho many nationalities'that owo allo
giancb to tbo HOUBO of Hapsburg. Tne-'-pco-j
plo of Hungary, woo havo boon "so long
without n king of their own, Boom to havo'
geno wild over ' tho approaching 'coronation
FnANcis Joitih '?'ttfclr1' ancient capital. Hiero I
wifl bo no ?lid bf rejoicing ^vlicn. tbo ' happy oyont
take? place, and. nil .tho imppaUig old ceremonies
will bo rovised in their full splendor, to add to.Ufo
dignity and joy of tho .occasion. . Tho. Emperor 1
boiug tho flrst Hungarian Eins that nacund? the J
I tlir J no under, tho now Constitution, ibo will havo I
I gonn h o rn ol ark up tho "coronation hill," and tb. ero
swing bin Bword iii b'vory direction, ss a oymbol
that henceforth all tbo land mid water in Hurl gary
' will bo subject to bim. This hill, which 'is artifi?
cially constructed, is erected at Posth, on tho 1
banka of ibo Danube. It is' comppspd? af earth'
ci in tributed by tho cition and vilhigea of Hungary,
taken, aa far aa posa'Mo, from placea opnsocrated'|
[ hy ?historical u ven ta..
A OTJRJOOB IK ul DENT in (iio moduiTi history of J
Luxemburg is related by the Gorman papera.
Bomo thirty years. ago tho olden', cburch in. tho
country stood in tho 'capital of Luxemburg, on
tho prosout WII.HEI.M'H Placo. '? Boing- in ? rainons
slatey il'-wis takon dowri; Htirl iU rcligiorj.q relics
deposited in tho lJebfrnueTi Church', situated olbso
br. Tba historical monuments of tho old church
nero not treated with equal respect, but, ii tra o ge
(n H\y, camv under tho auotipneor's hammer, and
woro for.tho moat part sold for,a, gong. A lawyer
bocu;hl the collin and ourpeo of JOHK tho 11! md,
Count, of Luxemburg and;King of Bohemia, for
.bali franc*. Corpao and collin afUmvanl came.into
possession of a manufacture oh tho Baar, where
thev remains of tho oliivnlrohV fc'ing'werif is' dlaro
specirnlfy fllbwod but of thb^y'aib?forb.' Toara
drtcrwrrraV,: when King I'EEDEIUO Wii'.riKi.H THE
IV, travelled through tbo Rhino Province.!, ho
?ted lt hw^'ry,, wbusti ba^for^or'lj^pgn^j I
guest over tho place, naid, jestingly, that .'.'ho. was
sheltering ano i her king," and related to his majos
ty tho a i gul ir adventures of tho royal corpse. Th q J
anger of tho kin? WM only paci ced when tho pro j
printer respectfully pliood'at Dis disposal the mor?
tal rem ain a, affording t hua an opportunity to alono |
for Iho heavy guilt or tho Luxemburg country. '
OESilkH trWlTr is nbont to (alid atother 'fitep in
advance/' Tho latest'cabio diBpK?-htrf to the Now
York press'' anriLuticO 'thal tho Routh (?erman
R?ales have resolved io cast in their lot with tbo I
Northern, Cunfuder'atipu, of which, Prussia ,is thu,
acknowiedried l)osd.. Thc tran H io ti on, it Ls typo,
is ?ol yet completed;, hut tho voice of thu.Chamber
of D?polies may bo accepted ns decisive, ba tho
matter. : Under tho present arratigemtmt'ilesao ls
divided,' part having booomohtacorporated "with
Prussia nt tho close of tho lato VT ar. If UiO-dee-iMon 1
como tb hy tho Chamber of Deputies boS-aucf lorim! [
l>y tho other brandh nf tho Eegislatnro, and by (lia
Executive, Hesse- will' bo' irhstorbd WhoMoiry (lje
Northorn .Confederation 'will ' b6 ' propp'rtion
ately (itreng?iened, and another point nill,havo
hoon attained in thu progress of Qcrrnan,unifiea
tion. Duden, Wurtomberg and Bavarii, tho only
other m cm bora of the Bo ii tb ern Bund, juay bo ex
pOCtod to follow in doo timo.- Ni.r.ia thia alt- Thu
ZoUvorein, whioh was destroy od ?by tho late war,
is to bo rcnowe.d and,.ia tel moludc ? tho wh?lo of |
Oer'manV with tho exception of tho Connan State?.
Oommorcially, therofen'o;' iii well as politically,
Gonuany bids fair to become a unit of piiwur in
tho European commuoity of nations. Truly, Con?b |
ii mn A nen has no causo to bo ssbamod of his work, j
' 'I np. HoT.Tx.wiNd from the New Orleans Republi-1
s?cosfllon was passed .'by'tii'o '.Cony'?n?on ?Wimlng
to represent thblSUto br-ixinisiano, .'nnd'.'tho?nv
e-ruineiit o? tho -UniUid SLaU'H, in C?OU*?IJU?UCO of
tho reign ami nile .pf ? treason hi HUB ci ty,, ?as
powerless to. protect. Its islareats/noonsidnrable
amounts' of import dut ie?, doo to the United Stales
treasury wore collected by tho Co nf odors bs authori?
ties.-' - Upward Of a million d(illara dulios bn bond?
ed g??da-, wo h AVA beouihfurttrbd, wof o paid to tho
( Um fed?rate? an til oritlca by twelvo biia\ueao (Irma
In tills city, who the'rou'poh removbd th c's o gooda
from tho warehoU.?eu. ThoOustoi? lloujo roooreh)
containing descriptions of tho gooda and tho
rnynejspf tjio.m.orcbauba and parties who, signed
tho bonds to aecnro tho payment of the duties aro
in poeseaaion of .tho. OoTornmont; and we under?
stand an agont of tho troaaury ?op?rtrnout ha? ar- j
rived in Now Orl?ans, within a fow days, with in?
struct iona to collect tho import dntles duo on tho 1
goods in question." ' ' " ' ''
Governor HABBIMAK, 'of New' Hampsbiro, W?B
Inangrtratbd at Concord, bn Friday' and delivered
his hiangnral mossagb to Clio Eeg i ?lat n re. Bpoak
big of national afTalra, ho said roconstruotion bsd
boon 'stimulated by 'Congress, but retarded hy
Expputivo fully. Up concluded by saying, thal "tho
rightful authority has at last presented ita uUi
matum. The Executivo eannot, tho judiciary will
not, tito Booth daro not- evado ! ita- roqnlromente.
Ibo r caul t is full of prom lao for tho early pacifica?
tion Of tho country.' Governor Satrhr*? valedictory
makes a satisfactory exhibit nf tho condition of tho
3tAto Troasury. Tho r?cofpta for the year ending
Juno 1, 1867, woro $3,093,823.8*. . Tho disburso
jients tor tho year amounted tb i!),CKW,350.S?;. Cash
n' tho Ircasnry Juno 1, 18?7,155,i2Lia. Tho total j
lebt pf tho State on tho 1st inst, was 13,7i7,77C.il5.
Tho reduetlon in tho debt the psat year aaountsd !
bo .2M.&T8.18. Tho .total expenditure of Now J
Dampthiro for war purponoa imouuta to tO,6*3,67(1.
rhoro bas been reimbursed tb the State by the
Boners! Ooverr.rr.rint for war oxpeosea 1897,122.
Coup Du Sot.KU, by thoso unacquainted with
tho variations of our ell m ato ?B usually considered
in ace i do nt peculiar to hot coun trie B ; and SQ' in- i
iced, in a certain sonso :it ls. But the liability to
it, far spmbroason Still unknown, bi greater in tho
-.em pera lo climaUi and Morlhorn latitude of New
i'erk than ta pur semi-tropical States. Thoa wo
a?re ?Ot ypt. heard of a single eaoo af sunctroVo
iero thia season, white in Now York, wa-sea by tho
?pen there were soveral ?tto?, bno" of thom
atal, list VV'ednos?ay., JJ ; ,
THIS WA/IOIKOTOK Citron tote s?ys: "The rc?ie tra
?lon order issued by Mijor-?cu?ral Son?r??piia j
loartUy aporbvbd by - Ur. BTAJTTOM end Gen eral
JBUITT, and Ld e o^'ya brno tic? therein ?tre?. LD ti o
llsfrannliisiiig oUuscs of .tba IteoorrstraeUbnAot
n ay bo tat oil & $ il ? op I n ion 6f the mill tary branch
>( the' Oovenunuut as sgslnst Mr. SraxsjdauiT's
iplojpp. ?Tao ordir gave snob' latiafsslion ko
r/?'uor'al?'?nANr.that ho sent a copy of it inlnio?i
ttely to Gc nor al Out for hi? guidance *
LAUGEST CIRCULATION.- The PA?LYT
??Jtvy.8 jniblithei the Official Litt of Let- ft
w? ranuining ir* the Pottofjice at /Ae *-a<?JJ
eacA ?ce?4, agreeably. to ?Ae /ftftotli'tMl!
iMribfj'o/ tAeL-?Vetf, Mit??ceSLato^ai.'"?My.
vllotjkipcr having (he largest circulation in
StcTioM 6. And bo lt further enacted. That Ital* of lot?
tere rumatnliiu uucalled for in an- roatofflce In any elly,
town or villas*, ?boro a Doweiutxjr flMwi b" |i rio. Lcd,
?hall hereafter bo jmbliahod once only* In ihoriowRiiiper
which, ti. ?on vubUahod wouxly or oftener, ahall havo thc
.aracel circulation within raugo of dollvcry of tho aahl
AW AU cotntnimlcalumi iiifcn'icd ?br publication ?1
Uti* journal mimi be wldrcsscd to tho J-?lttor of trie
Daily Kew*, No. 18 llaync-sircet, (Jutrleslon, S. R
llusiiiras Communication* to l'ublisltcr of Dalt/
Nae*. . ""il
Wecannol undertake to return rejected conmunlcd
Advertisement* outtlde of Hie city mu*l be acoomp?
nted xeith ttie catii.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 18C7.
Jon Wons:.-Wo havo now ooiuplotod our
oflioo BO ai to oxoculc, in tho shortost posaib^o
limo, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wo
moat respectfully auk tho patronago of our
In our tclcgraphto' columna ycslcrdoy v)o
presented whntpurporls to bo a proclamation,
issued hy thc unfortunate MAXIMILIAN, after ho
had boon betrayed and surrendered. There ja
every reason to believy that this proclamatiop
is- genuine. ,Thcro ia internal evidenco of. ja"
most positivo ckaraclor thal it isa document
literally translated from Un' SpaVilsh. When
MAXIMILIAN Indicted thia address he expeclod
to bo executed ; whether or nut thin fate 1ms
overtaken him wo are, aa yet, unable to sayi;
but. Inasmuch UH ho waa to bo tried by a Court
Martini, wo crtnnol bril think that wiser coun?
sels .prevailed, timi that biinishine.nl will bo Um
Klinten00 of tho Court. Certainly if-lbe leaders
of thu ??i-cfwflrif Liberal party have not rabro
foresight, to say nothing of h?rhririHy^ .thant*
br ul ally um ni or MAXIMILIAN, after tho gallant
and heroic conduot thal ho hos ahown during
tho past Iwelvo months, lt augur's bailly for the
futuro of Moxi?o..'":ThV victor can nlwoy?.afford
io be generous, and we doubt not JtiAnse,-eYcti
if he ia not inspired by magnanimity, will nt
least provo himself Bufiioient of a Btatosman to
BOO the' fatal policy of a contrary course.
.MAXIMILIAN., bohdyct}; with raro gallantry,
and to thc.lest, aa Jar; as wo have heard, ina
manner altogether cVctlitablo to tho ancient
ami illustrious house of which he is a worthy
'scion. Ho shows a feeling of biller rcionl
manl'agatnit'NAPOLEON, ?ntf Yiporj.' jiihV ??Uva
Ifta blood and that of all thc French, Aunt nun?,
Belgiens and Mexicans who havo fallon in tho
attempt ..lo -make Mexico an 'Empire, be?
cause of tho B?bscquohrmcan and cowardly de?
sertion of liitii ami hi? cause by NAPOLEON.
Thia execration of NAPOLEON on tho part of
?MAXIMILIAN' is porfcctly natural. Wc do not
dee how lie could bo human and feel or say less.
:'yNAroLEOri, it should'' bo well reinomborcd,
brought MAXIMILIAN to Mexico, and gave him
every assurance of permanent support. Ho
left him sUddorily at tho mercy of a horde of
mercenaries and Bcmi-barbaria.ns. | MAXIMIL?
IAN has,now becn for aomo months in imminent
iJauger nf his iifo, a fad well known to Lotus
['NAPOLEON, who, nevertheless made no effort to
at dib. t or r el caso him. Ls Ibero not reason for
thc atrong lahguago used by'MAXlMiLiiif, when
speaking of thc man of ' destiny who haaks in
tho homngo of tho prenoti poople, and of tho
Sovereigns of Europo 7 especially when it is
remember cd that theso words, were penned
when poor MAXIMILIAN expected to bo shot ?r
hanged by bis Liberal captors ?
Aa the catastrophe, which has befallen him,'
and the present uncertainty of his fal? havo
"*"w-?? -"?h attention of late to the ox
Emperor of Mexico, a oriel sketch 01 bia me
1 may not bc unwelcome to our readers.
FKRLiiNANn MAXIMILIAN JOSEPH, Archduke
of Austria, was born ai Sehonbrunn on the' iith
of July, 1832. Ilia father, waa FRANCIS
CHARLEA JOSEPH, Archduke- of Austria, and
big ' mother SOPHIE DOHOTITEA, daughter pf
MAXIMILIAN I. King of Bavaria. Upon tho
nhill cation of FIMHHN ANO, 'Emperor of Austria,
tho Archduke renounced Ins' claim to thu suc?
cession in favor of his oldest son, tho .present
Emperor, the .brother of. tho subject of this
akotch. ' 'a ' .?' '< ".' 'av I 'j
MAXIMILIAN received his education al Vienna,
ire 'did not indulge in the frivolities so common
to thc nobility of Austria, but appears to have
spent a great part of his youth in study arid
travel. At an early age ho entered tba navy
of the empira and saw considerable service at
tea, sailing about the Mediterranean, And vis?
ited alt tho adjacent countries-Oreeoe, Italy,
Morocco, French Algeria, Spain and Portugal,
At tho age of twenty-two lie was placed at the
head of what ia termed by courtcay tho Aus?
trian Marine, and with a squadron visited the
coasts of Syria and Palestino. Ho went also
to the Red Sea and took great ? interest in tho
works 'o? the ?uii Canal, which wera than
?P%IRP?V^TW?? !iIM96? . .hp paid a visit to
Par i and spent a fortnight at' BL Cloud with
Louis NAPOLEON. '! The year following he waa
appolntod Viceroy of Lombardy and Venice,
and in tho exerciso of the powers attached to
the position, soon niado himself quite a favorite
among tho Italians. This popularity waa, how?
ever, displeasing to FRANCIS JOBEPU, and in
1850 he waa removed. Ha is said to have ex?
hibited great oourage and deolded administra?
tive abilities while Viceroy. It ia,'related that
ho used to walk about the streets of Milan arid
Venice quite alone during tho fete* and among
tho crowd,- and would never allow the police to
bo on the watoh. One day at Venioe, when
the Italian nobles had plotted to make a hostile
demonstration against him on ; the Plaza St.
Maroo, he discom?tted and quite oonvcrirjd
them to bis side by tuoklng his wife under his
arm and coming among them unattended, and
i>n foot, with a courage and frankness that die
armed evory one. Another time, just after
DaaiNi's attempt at PariB, hi? life waa said to
be also threatened, and bia friends begged bim
aol (0 exposa himself ; but he immediately or
iored bia carriage to go to the theatre, taking
frith him Count STROMBOLI, to whom he said,
aughing, "If I am lo bo blown up it shall at
rust bo in good company."
MAXIMILIAN remained idle after his removal
Vom the governorship of the Lombardo-Ven?
ian kingdom until 1808, when NAPOLEON dp
slded upon making a catspaw of him in Mexl
)0. The orown of Moxie : -vas offered to him
>y NAPOLEON in August, 180b, and the diplo
nate were put to work to arrange for his . ac
leptance and occupanoy of the throne.' Noa ri y
? year, waa occupied in thia work, and it was
i?t.?nlll the 10th or April, 1801, thal he fur?
ti ally aceeptod the proffered orown. By tho
.orms of the acceptance ho made a conditional
?enunciation Of the right of eventual succession
.0 the throne of Auatria, and an unconditional
.enunciation of bia share of the family estates,
1 mounting to 20,000,000 of florins. The coa?
lition reserved in tho renunciation of the right
o the succession was that such renunciation
night bc recooked, should MAXIMILIAN, finding
lis foothold in Mexico ineeoure, choose to re?
ligo, within iix years from the date of his ac
?eplanco of the crown of Mexico.
Tho career of MAXIMILIAN in Mexico is well
mown, ? II IN first official sot waa io offer terms
0 JtlAEBE looking to the submission of the lat?
er. TheBO wore rejected, and then followed
he paul years of war and bloodshed, with niter
late' success, und the .present final defeat of
he imperialista. Hill efforts to attrp.ot eral
gration and to develop the resourcos of the
lountry.arv well known, as are also his peraon
il sacrifices for the success of his cause. Per
lonally, MAXIMILIAN has the reputation of bo?
ng1 a most accomplished gentleman and soh'o*
ar.-' That he la kind hearted and humane wo
kr? assured from tho f.equenoy with which li
avoi tho Urea, of many unfortunate l?benla
vfao fell into the hands of his generala and wore
londomned to death.
nr??VBl?, PARN HANUM, win i ic OW
KnMtiSi lucpiirn between 8 und 10-?'cluok, at il.
ir7gsfioaIflri*S. Xe. SIS King airest, op ?tain.
Juno 11 -? .?
JITANTBIl-A SITUATION AH CLRRX IN
!BL. J* ?OOD BUSINESS HOUSE. Can keep a
SPSS collccL '"?ie lilmaolf centrally naomi.
Til? drat elly rvcouiinoudaUoiis will bo ?Ivon. A?ilroas
PgftSKYKRAHOl.Dalry Now, ontoo. " ?lay 17
WAMTX?O, A CAPADLE WHIT? WOHAR,
lo Cook and Waab for a family, In MeoUi u afreet,
conies Heiiriolta. Ho obJocUona to a married woman
wllhtail children. A good and uonnaiiout homo' lo ona
thal will ault. Juno ll
WAM I: 0. A SITUATION A? HRCE1VINO
. and Dollvoring Clerk, by ono who la competent
and caniumUh tho beat of reforeucos Address
" ? ' _ ''PUNCTllALllY." ;
f1_' ,. - At_'r?8 omeo.-,
AUK S PECT A 111,10 WHITE FEMALE
windon a ?Unatlon for Chamber werk, plain sewing
or line waahlng ; would bavo no objection to travolor
Bind children, For further Information, apply nt THIS
OFFICE. Cily roforoncoa ?Iren. Juno 5
rpo H E VI", A. HOUSE CONTAINING (
I aquaro nooma, Incising Boom, and Pantry, in
East Uoy, No. 350. Outdoor ra*,th of Society1 ?ireot Afc
ply to MARSHALL'S WUA11F. mwf 10 Juuo 3'
I IMW? THAT DI s I lt A 111.1 : HES I'm
J. DENCE, No. ll KINO STHEET. with aU tho eecoa
eary outbulldlnga, cialoru, Ao. Iuqulro at No. B, SOUTH
SIDE OK TUE A HOVE._wftn_Juuo *
ri^iiv RENT, IS TUB UATHIPfO HOUSE ,
JL twocool and deulrablo Bic?plu? llena, for tho uuui
rnnr months, j _; May 78 (
TO KENT-RESIDENCE NO. 3 CHALMKIIH
BTHBET._ _MtT 3t i.
rrtoTlBNT, Il ALF Ol' THE HOUSE NO. Wi
J. KINO BTIIKET. with uaa of a Ono cistern. Fir
furthor portleulara, apply ou tho yrcmiioa.
TO TIENT, THllBB VEUT NICB ROOMS.
Will rent at low rato? to roapoolablo po ruo na. Alao,
a nico Kitchen with two room?; ean bo uaod with a atoro.
Apply at No. 31 NASSAU HTBBEI. a faw doora from
FOR SALIS, A SPLENDID LOT OF OLD
O RICKI., that havo not been burnt Anuir to T
D. POTT EHER, Culumboa atreot. 3 Juno l'J ! 1
Foil HALI,-,- A CART WITH* ?LItKNBB>?
Enqtro at No. 13? ST. PHILIP STERBT.
IjlOR BALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
; Scala, pole and .holt. Also, a set of double and
singlo HAHN ESS, all In good o nlnr. Can bo soon and
bargained for cash or a limo nolu at thirty days, at No.
"fW^yryh ? ?? -y-ayll;
.???'arg - ? -j ', ! '
gj^l:,; IOST. / ;: * .;
LOHT, A COMPOSITE RUUIIER PENCIL
CASE AND PEN, bound with gold. Aa lt is highly
prised by the owner, a liberal reward will bo paid for ita
recoroiy_Hjolt^t_Tjil3 OVsTOE. 3 Juno .13
T\0O LOST.-A WELL FORMED BRINDLE
JL/ colored DOO, medium also, answering to Uio.uaino
or "Stonewall." A liberal reward will ho paid f?r him if
bronght to No. 110 WENTWORTH STEKKT.
Juno ll ,
LOST, ON THE EVENINO OF TIIK a OT
' Inst., a valuable filagree gold UROOCU, Inlaid with
pearla. Should ' tho asme bo oObred for ! salo, lt ls re?
quested that lt may be atopped. A reward wUI bo paid
for Ra recovery., Apply at THIS OFFICER a. .. Juno 1
BOARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
?With gvrvd BOARD can be had on. immodiatc appll
csllon to No No. 63 CHURCH STREET, weat" ?ido, near
Trad J etroct. Term a reasonable. June 13
ER rt ANENT, TRANSIENT A IFD ' tt A T
BOABDERS can be pleasantly accommoda tod, on
reasonable terme, at No. 39 WENTWORTH STREET.
1.EXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERT LOW
J ' ratos. In tho most central buainosa part of tho elly,
without lodging. In a pr?valo hauet, can now bo had.
For particulars address "X.1%" Postofhce. -May 16
, . AN ORDINANCE
TO nKontUTB TBS STOBJLUE or n-.Tuoi.Kuir, rrs rBO
DUCTS, AtTD OTHZn mn iwini . OILS.
SEO. 1. De it ordained 6y fte Mayor and Atdtrmtn, in
City Council assembled. Th st from and aftor tho 16th day
of Jnno neil, it shall not bo lawful to koop Petroleum,
Ke pise un. Hock Oil, Benilno, Pomelo, or any oihor tn
flarnmablo oU or olia on atorago or for salo in any cellar,
atore or building sou Ul of lino Bitnet, In a larger quan?
tity lhan Atty gallons on any eoe lot or .promises, and
any anch quantity no kept or stored shall bo contained in
vessel, of tin or other metal.
fa KCL X That Pe ti ole uni. Us producta, or any otb ?r ln
flanimablo oil or oils, whoa brought Into tho city by land
or water, may bo kept on any lot or In any building In
which cotton la not atnrod, for a pori od not exceeding
twenty-four boura, noon tho oxplratlon of which time lt
nhill bo removed and kept in tho manner aa required by
tho foregoing hcctlon. : t ?
SEO. 3. Any person or persona violating any part of
this Urdluauco ahall bo anhjoet to a Ono of two hundred
doUaraVfor each offence, recoverable tn any Court of com
Ratified in City Connell thia twenty-first day of May, In
tho year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
(LR.) P. O. PAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. S lorn. Clerk of Council June 0
Gonion. Flaxen, and
Silken CURLS produced by
the uso of Professor l)s
' lion warranted to cori the
moatalroight and stubborn
ha? . of either sex into wavy ringlets, or hosvVrna?stvfl
ct_ . Has been used hy tho fashionables of Paila and 1
London, with tho moat graUfying results. Does no in- I
Jury to the hair. Price by mall, sealed and postpaid SI I
Descriptive circulars malled fros. Address BERGEIL
HHUTTS A CO.. Chemists. No. 388 Blvor atreet. Trov N
Y., Sole Agenta for the United States. <
March 30.... n. . . . . .
WHISKERS and MUS?
TACHES forced to
grow upon tba nm 00theat
nco In from throe to Ore
Weeks by using Dr. t'.EV HI?
NE . s REt. ?AURATEUU
CAPILLAIRE, tho most
TT wonderful discovery in mo- <
Hj" ; j dem ac tan oe, acting noon, "T?tT \
(fin Beard and Hair in an almost rnlracuIona'rrumnor It
^ be#I\ Raed by tho eli to of Parla and London with'tho
most flatblripg success. Names of all ' rroretiasem will
to registered, and tf optiro satisfaction ia not given in
?very instance, the money wu] bo shoerfuUy refunded
Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, tl. DosorlpUve cir
culara and testimonials mailed free. Ad drees DKRGEIt
SHU'lT-S A CO., Chemist*- No. SAJLBiver street Xrov N
Y.^Sola Agent? for the Del tod gtato. - '
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
0 ill co of J oh ii P. Nowklrk,
No 137 RKADE-bTRZET, CORNER UtJDSON,
1 ! NEW YORK. 1
AT?T- Agency for EXTON'8 PREMIUM TRENTON
rCEBES. AH ordere sent will be prosnpUy atiendc.1
? '. $ j" il Una? ". .. .TVv^nVrIS
OFFIOE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of So?Hon 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup
pUes for thu rn ir 1867," ls published for tho lnforrnsUcin
of persona sailing Good, by sample or otherwise, who aro
not residents of this eily. Ail BU ch poreons. aro harobr
noUflod to report at Ulta office. . '
..Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by raons not re* i dont*, by sample or
otherwise," u/. H. SMITH,
Marcn B_Ol erk of Council
TO TAX PAYEES)
rpUIE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
I far the information of ab persona concerned :
sar onniWAXem TO AUKXP AX OBVOIKAKOC TO HA rsx sur
rusa ron TUX yaun 18C7, asm ron ornxn rtmroaxs.
1. ito ll ordained by tho Mayor and Aldorrnsn in City
Council aasomblod. That all tains payable un dar the Or?
dinance to raise supplie* for the year ltt67, and for other
purpuno*, bo paid on or before th* 39th day of Junejnoxt:
and tbjst perauns who ahaB make d?fault of payxarnt ot
their bot on on 'that day, ahaB-pay, tn ad di tl tr a" to tba
amount of their laxos, one and a half pox oent, par
month until the Slit day of July, when, lt .not paid, an
amount of two per| eecL per month upon tho amount
of taxa* ahall bo paid; and alter tho Slat day of August
three par cent per month on tho amount of taxes dna
shall lie paid until payment of the wholo amount 1. made.
,IL That ah.person* who neglect or M to pay their
monthly taxas on or before th? fifteenth day of each
month, ahaU respectively pay on tho amount* thereof,
two por cant per month from sash fifteenth day, until
Dayman t la made.
Batiflod In City Council thia ?oventh day of M*y, tu
the year-of our Lord coe tboorand eight hundred and
VT ' P.'O. PAILLARD, Ms/or.
W. H. UUXTB, Clark of Council. imo May lt
rpHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
I for the Information of all occoarned 1
SSI OBDIKAMOS TO BXOUUTX TH1 OXKUHSTKO) or fMlflES
JJ1U VAULTS IX TM S OOBrOBATX WHITS os TH at ORT.
1. Ba lt Ordained by tho Mayor and Aldermen. That
from and alter tho raUBoaUon of thia Ordinance, lt ahall
not bo lawful for any parson to slnanae or remo is tba
nintenta of Vault* or Privies within the Umita of tba
?ty, without having previously obtained a 1 l?ense lor tbs
sam?; ail anch license* to expire on the '81st December
nf every year, and be sub]oct to all requirements impos?
ai by Ordinance* regulating the gran Ung of License* tor
IL That tho use of Darrels In open Carts and Wagons
I? prohibited, and paru cs applying for License will be rt
luirod to provide closed Cart* .nitablo for tba purpoae,
UI. All person* having such License ahaU repot t M
ma of th Ouard Houses, during th? day, hi* or their In?
tention u lo auch work daring th? ensuing night; In th*
Lower Ward* an eb remott to be mada tn the Main O uar I
?louse, in tho Upper fr ards to Upper Ouard Houae.
IV. The place or places for. ibo deposit of such offai
shall bo designated from Urr-e to timi try th? Mayor. 1
V. Every owner or driver of ?neb Lice axed Oart or
any other j>orson who ahaU violate any of th* provision?
jf this Ordinance, or snail neglect Oi refus* to observe
Ibo same, or any of them, ahall forfeit and pay for each
afr sp ce afin* not to exoeod twenty- Ova dollars, to bo on -
'creed by Ui0 Mayor in bi* Court, or recovered In any
lither Court of competent JorisdlcUon.
lUtined In Oily Council this ??vonth day of May, bl' fha
yoxr of our Lord one t?cmaand eight bundrodand six
, -, U- tj. *. * OAIIXABD,
' " .. W. H. SMITH,' . 1 ?] i |>,1 i Hayor.
I -"?' I: . Clerk csTOotrAcU I aW ' ! '<-Mijl*
'.' ; ' . MATOBALTY OF CTlABLESTtlN, 1
A. Burnt District* and WasU PUoe. of the arr tin?
ier "An Act of th* Oenaral Assembly, giving anulori y
o the fJUy Council of Charlarlon lo PfnSl jTl nj "ff
ar of ?irr? Loan, with a view to aid In building no tte
Stv anow," are horeby notified that th? form of atrilL
?lion for loon, can be obtained at th* office af th* c?rk
>f paxxMfL batwesnth? hour? of 9 A M. ands P if
AUssxjU.nllaai aaast bef ul tn tb? above mwUoncd
If&ea, as the Oorr.ol Ita? wu! m ?et ?very Af?nda. to ooo.
Hot the sim*. M*xU 1
Kerdoro/ th. Unyo?; W. H. rHdTTH, 1
mrmaUtlt Cuk of Oc^rxell.
STRICT OIIMEHVANCK LUDOri NO. 73,
A. V. M.
A N V-XTRA COWltlfNR: VTTON WILT, UK HELD AT
tx. MHMie 11.11, IHfl Erentua, nt S o'clock.
Candidates tor tho M. il. Degr??.- ?111 bo punctual.
By order ot W. M. A. H. DOUOLAB,
?J""" "_ I oVcrvlary.
. O. O. P.-BOUTII CAHOLINA LUU?R,
rHE REGULAR MEKTINO OF THIS LODOK WILL
bc bold This AY'niMjf. ut 8 o'clock.
All member* arc n vpn died to attend. Ulla bel on tho
Irst Noirlunllou Night
Hy order. L. C. LOYAL, Secretary.
Juno 13 _ 11
;. USnilAII l l Ul. ENOINB COMPANY.
THE REOOLAR MONTHLY OFFICERS' MEETING
of your Company ?ill bo held at tho ll di. TA??
iflmuton, at S o'clock. Absentee* Irum lato Urea and
neelluus will vomu lorward aud brinn I? Hui r pieuse.
JOHN O. WOHLER*.
Juno la 1? _Soc rotary O. F. H.Q.
A S THERE WAS A DISAGREEMENT IN THE NO
J\_ TICKS given In Ibo papera rclaUva to tho last inuet
ng. for tb? y-irpoeo of encouraging Forolgu Immigra
ion. notion la given that thara will bo another meeting,
il Florene?, H. C., Juno Xid, and that tho citlacn.of Har?
ington nod adjoining District* aro Invitad to altond.
TunulU JOHN J. JAMES, Socro ary.
mit ERN IAN HALL. |
THURSDAY EVE NI NO. JUNE 13, 1807. '.
ENTIRE NEW PROGRAMME.
f lili E UARMOHIANS RIsrBOTFULLY BEG LHAVH |
JL to announce to tho cithwna of Charleston, that they
will glvo anothor nf a .crios of performances st Hibernlau
Hall, TAunrfoy ilrsniWp.wbichwiU be unrivalled for tho ex
collouoo of their mirth-provoking dolincatlons, and col?
lection of raro musical talents. For psrtlculsrs, soo numil
bills, I - . i , . . 1" Juno ia i
FOUND, A .MliMOIUMHI.U HOOK CON?
TAINING papers and letters, which th? owner can
have by paying expenses. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
Juno ll _
FOUND AD ttl FT. H ODIE TIME HINCH, A
good aired CANOE BOAT. Also some LOGS,
whioh tho owner can hav? by proving property and pay?
ing oxponses. Apply to JOHNSON'S UMBRELLA
STORE. No. aol King alrcol,_3? Juno ll
TJ10aTII),ONXIIE MORNING UV Till! 3d
r iuaU, a POCKET BOOK, which tho owner eau hero
by proving pro perry and paying fersdvorlisarnont
ll???DSj STOCK, &o.
BONDS, STOCK AND SECUBITIE8 OF ALL KINDS.
RANK BILLS bought at bighoat prloe, by
ANDREW AI. MORELAND, Broker,
April 17 wfm?mo Ne. 8 Broad streoL
fT\HE COPARTNERSHIP 'HERETOFORE EXISTING
JL under tho Darno of EPSTIN A ZEilANBKY la lida
day dissolved by ita limitation.
Juno 7_8. ZEMANSKY.
THF. COPARTNERSHIP llERKTOFORB EUSTTNQ
under tho name of HARRAL, NICHOLS A CO., la
this day dtswlrod by Ita own limitation. WM. HARRAL
is inUiorix*! to uso the name of tho Firm in liquidation
; . . ,. BARAK T. NICHOLS.
" l i " . FREDERICK B. BETTS.
Charleston, Juno 1, 1861.
ll Kim? HOV OP DENTAL PRICES TO SUIT
. THE TIMES.
DB. J. E. HAPS AY, DENTIST, IS NOW PREPARED
to ocunploto tho lnaerllon of whole upper or lower
aels .of ABT?FICAL TEETH, upon tho moat approved
method, and with the beat materials, at ?30 per sot. Par?
tial acta in proportion. ' Durability, natural appearance.
Ix rf ec t flt, and neatness of finish, giuwanteed.
AU o th ar crpoTa tiona upon tho Tooth performed tn a
skillful and warrantable marmor.
Offico at his residence NO. 5 LIBERTY STREET,
May 30 niwf Charleston, a C.
GREEN, TRAPMANN A CO. HAVE REMOVED
.their Ollie? to SOUTH ATLANTTO WHARF.
REMOVAL.--TUE OFFICE OP TUB
BOUTBERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has
boon removed from oror the old Bank of Oh arlan ton to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR COLORED CHIL?
rrVHIB SCHOOL, ESTABLISHED BY THE PROTER
JL TANT EPISCOPAL CH UR EH in South Carolina,
wui shortly bo opened for th? reception of Pupils at ita
School Uouao (formerly tho Marino Hospital) In Franklin
atroeL Applications lor Iwo additional Female Teachers
will ba received by th? Board until Juna 1Mb.
MayOl ii';? luiwo ? EL. EEllRiSON.
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MRS. NICHOL?. A NATIVE OF CHARLES TON,
out during tba post fifteen j cara a r?sident In
kurope, ta desirous of giving liistruotion In tho French
Langnage, eil DOT at har awn roelden se or at th? bousca
of her papila.
Inquire at Un. TANNEY'S. No. 100 King atroet
TEVEN S HOUSE, Noa. ttl, S3,?B AND ?7
Broadway, N. T.. opposite Bowling Oreen-t n tba
European Plan_TUE STEVENS HOUSE U well and
widely known to the travelling public i bo locaUon la ca-'
pee tail y suit.-, ble to merchants and busin ess man; Ula In
close proximity to the business part of tho city-ta on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja
cant lo all the prmcliau Railroad aud Stoaniboat depots.
The STLViNa HOUSE has liberal accommodate for
over 300 gui ala-U Ul well fnrnUhofl, and poasaesoa ?very
modern improvement for tho lomfurt and entertainment
of Its inmate*. Tho rooms'are spacious and well ? venti?
lated-provided with gaa and water-Ula atiendan co la
prompt and respectful-and th? table la generously pro?
vided with ?very delicacy of tho season at moderate ratos.
The rooina having been refurnished and romodolod. we
axe enabled to offer ex ira facilities tor the comfort and
pleasure of our goos ls, OSO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May 38 Om o_,_iTopriotor?,
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAYING ON HAND ? LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitablo for Gentlemen. Lo?
di au and Children, and being desirous of di min Calling oar
Block before the season advances too tar, wo would espe?
cially draw tho attention of th? publlo towards th? rodun
Uon which -Tin ba mada In our price? for th? naxt two
or three weeks from data.
Apply at tho DEPOSITORY,
January a?_. Na IT Chaim ors street
C. F. VOUER,
NO. ?08 MARKET ST.,
Books. Perinuicu!* and Stationery.
A lar o supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALUUMS
POCKET ROOKH, ill ARIES for 1867, Kio,
Ano and large eilceUon or NOVET-S, by Uie mci
?ci iraUd authors. SONG ROOKH, BOOKS for Home
tm jomaata, ?c.
AL the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES eonstanlly on hand, and aubaorlpalons re
seivod 'or tho same.
Orders from Uio country ara respectfully solicited.
TRHMS UBKBAV ? November 8
Office No. 147 Meeting ?if t,
Railroads. Th rough o ut
Every attention given to the sate
rransniission of Freight, Honey,
?lLL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIOHJ
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. O. I'LA NT, President,
April U_Augusta. Qa.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
March 1, Uti.)
A LL TAVERN-KEEP EUS, AND PERSONS RETAIL
\. INO spirituous liquors, within th? city limits, who
tvs not ?Xtented their bondaand taken out Urn propel
lids to ?how that they have ileana? to eel!, will be re?
?rte! aa not somplylng with th? kaw, altar Monday, Sib
TTioas who have cards ar? hereby notified to haro Uie
ima placad In a conspicuous placa In the window. All
Hing to observe this nnUoe will also bo reported, arter
te above-mentioned Um?. W. H. H hi IT Ii, ,
March 3_Clerk of Council.
Ornea Cuss or Ooline II, ll
May 18?7. }
Tb? to Rowing SaoUon of" An Ordin?r ca lo abolish tba
Bee of bu perin I cn dent of 8 irv stn | to provid? for K*?p
ig tba Streets, Lane?, Alleys, and open Coarta In the
ily of Char leaton Clean, and tor other purpose*,*' I la
ireby published for tba information of aU conoerned I
For tba dqo protection, of the said contractor or cen.
?flor?, ii itfuri\tr ordain ed. That every owner, lessee,
?curant niid tsr.xnt of any premises fronting la any
rael, lana, aUey, or 'open court thai] on ?very day
r?kday. axoepted) have the dlr?, filth, garbage, or other
lal,' plaotd lft front of Ulm or her lot, l? ? barrel, box or
sap, ?nd tc ra.diners for th? contractor, by the hour of
ivan o'clock. A. M., tram tho fla at day oj Kay to th?
rat div of Notamb.r in ?very y?ar ; and by th? hour of
hs o'clock, A. IL, fror? th? first day of Novambar to
ie first day of Kay fellowing. And any person offend
g hs?ia'. or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, cor otb*r
lal, in any street Una, or aila j, or open court, afl*? the
mrs above, camed, shaft ba subjtot to a fla? act lan
an two nor mora than tva tonara, 1er ?ach and ?vary
lone?, to be lmpcaad ky tba Mayer..' OW. i. - . . 1 > V
By order W. H. SMITH,
May n Ceca* c/OosxnaU,
ME ipiup m\nm,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
JAIUTAI,.,..?10,000,1100 IN ?OliU.
Ul BI, KS & CO., Agents,
MO. 1(1 ADQEIl'S SOUTH WU A RF.
Doccrobcr 7 mwflyr
A RI J INGT?JN
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
J. E. EDWARDS, Prosldont.
W. D. ISAACS. Vico-Preeldonl.
D. J. IIARUHOOK, Socrotary.
CUAS. M. 8MTTU, Mod. Kxaiulncr.
A Roliablo Southern Company.
RATES AS LOW AS ANY OTHKIl COUTA NY, AND
when dea'red, premium* niado povablo montlily,
quarterly ur semi-annually, or hair of tho annual pro- I
tuluna rn raah, and tho rciiialnilur hy nolo at twolro
months, thereby bringing lt wltidn tho reach of all.
BhVEN-KIOl?TUS OP ALL TUK HUUP1.DH FUNDS,
after pay in? oiticimes, dlrldod ovary year among polloy
boldors entitled lu profit.
Coll and not ? circular and road tho advantage*! to bo
deiivod Iront tu?urlti? lu tho "A11L1NQTON."
.1. L. HONOUH, Agent,
May IS wfmlnvi NO. 8 UIIOAD STHEET.
%D"RY~~G10 0 P?T ET0?
Krlaubcn oicli dem geehrten Publikum '
crgrliout aniuiclgcn, dasi alo wrohrend
IHR REICII?ALTIUES LAGER
imp ev til ti it & ciitfjcimifcfjciti
MAN UFACTUR-W AAREN
(Ur ? nb unter
Juno 1 mwflmo lt'!) Sins-?!i?l.
AT NO. 37 HAYNE STREET.
FOR ONE WEEK AT RETAIL.
DLACK 1. A ( li BIIAWLa.
AM ISVOIUB Or DLACK LAOS SHAWLS WILL UE
offered at retail at IMPORTER'S FRICES.
The Ladies aro respectfully lnrllod to coll at No.
HAYNE 8TRILET. JOHN S. KAI HI.Y A CO.
SUFFER NO MORE!
Wbon fay tho uso of DU. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR yon
can ba cured pcrmanontly, and at a trilling coat.
The aBtoniahlng success whloh hoa attended thia In
ral liable medicine for Physical and Norroua Woakuoaa
General Debility and Proa trat lon, Loaa ot Muscular Ku
argy. Im potency, or any of tho consequences of youthfu.
Induicrritlon, rundora lt tho "moat valuable, proparnuon
Il will rexnovo all nervous affections, depression, ox
[ ollemont. Incapacity to atudy or bnalnoaa, loa? of momo
ry, confusion, thought* of self destruction, fear? of In
OD ul ty, Ac II will restore tho appoUle, resow tho health
of thoao who have destroyed ll ny aanauol execs* or evil
Young Mon, ba humbugged no moro hy "Quack Doc?
tora" srM Ignorant ni actltioncra, hut acmd without delay
for the WUlr, and bo at o - restored lo health and nop
pin "lui. A porfnot Oura I' "?arantead tn ?tory Instance.
Frico (1, or four batuca to ono addro's ?S.
Ono bottlo ia aufnclont to effect a enro In all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'8 SPECIFIC PILLS, for tba
peedy and permanent euro of Gonorrhoea, Oleqt, Ure
thral DUchargoa, Qrave), Stricture, and all affections o
the KJdnaya and Bladder. Cursa effected In from ona to
flvo day*. They are prepared from vegetable cst trio ts
that aro harm lesa tm tho avatem, and never nauseate thc
atumoch ar Impregnate tho breath. Mo chango of ruo
la necessary while ajong thom, air doo* their action in
any manner Interioro with bru.'noaa pursuit*. Priio gi
per box. .
Either of tho abovo-tnentlonsd orticloa will be rent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mall o
express on receipt of price. Address all o rd era to
UEllOEU, SlICTTS it CO., ChomlsU,
March 80 ly Wo. ?SS Hiver s treat. Troy, N. Y.
PUBLIC NO Ut IC.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY.' 1
J an nary 3,188T. J
T3UDLIC NOTICE IS HEREDT GIVEN THAT UNDKH
JT" the foUawixtg Ordinance licenoes havu boen pr?part0
saw aenvery miar un? ornno. ft. THOMAS
Boo. 1. De it Ordained by (Ae Mayor and Alder men lu
City Council aitcmtltd. That from tana after the first dey
of January, licenses shall bo token out for all carts, dray
and iragana, used for private and do m catie purposes. In
the tem? marinar, and according to Ute some provision?
bow of force ba relation to carts, drays and wagons, lotoi
driven |for hire, except giving hondo, And ?ooh such
cort, dray or wagon, ?Lall bo provided with a badge con?
taining thu iminbar thereof, and marked Ten?ate, to at
placed on tho ouhdJo of the abaft. '."
Bia. a. No person shall he taken by tho Treasurer I a
surety to any bond undor the Ordinance concerning li?
censes Tor caria, drays, wsgona and other carnages, un?
?aos ne or sosa bs a freeholder.
Soc. 8. Th? folio wing shall hereafter be the rates for
licenses far publia and pr?valo corta, drays, wagons. Aie.,
including tho horses or milloo used thoruof, which shall
he free from other taxation;
TOTjtJo curra, nairn, arre, on TUOSX BSXPIXITXTJ IX AMI
BCSTHcas WIIAXXVEZV roa nrrur maror cm iWDinro-r.
For every cort, dray or wagon, drawn by ons horse cr
miito, ?M. .... i . HUI
For every cort, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses ar
For avery hook and carriage with two wheels. $20.
For every hack and coiriago with four wheels, t io.
For CTory atage or ornnibns luixept.Une omnibus*
with two b rna aa. $60.
' For etsry stags or omnibus (oxcopt Una ?mnibus ,
drawn by tour horses, WO.
Tor ovary truck drawn ny two or more horse* or mule*
For avery exp reas wagon drawn by two or raero horses
or mules, WO.
BJUXAD CASTS AND FBITATB OanTB, COATS, BTTO.
For avery bread oort or wagoo, W.
For ?vary cart, dray or wagoo, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and' not to be employed in the trana,
porting of gooda, wore*, marchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for ooropsniation, either directly or
Indirectly for the sam*, shall pay fer a boen** tho sum ol
W, exclusiva of the horso or muka.
Ratified In Oily Connell, thia loth day of January,
[u a.) In th* year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-*ix.
i P. a OAXLLARD, Mayor.
1 ' ' Dy th* Mayer,
Jinarra \y. H. SMITH. Clark of Connell
Ver llrinovioK Superfluous Hair.
mo THE LADIES -SPECIALLY. THIS IMVALOADLK
1 depilatory recommends itself a* being an almost in
illtpenslbie article to female beauly, ia os idly applied,
does sot burn or injure the akin, bul octa directly on the
root*. It ls warranted to remove superfluous bal* from
tow forehead*, or from any part of tho body, completely,
totally ada radically axUrpstlng th? samo, leaving tho
skin soft, smooth and natural, '/his ls the only artiste
used by the French, and ls the only real effectuai dopua
tory in existence, Price 76 cents per packsge,' pcat
|<old to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BEBO ER, SUTJTTS At CO., Ch om Iris,
Marah 10 ITT HO. ?88 River st, Troy, M. F
WILLIAM II. G1LLILAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE MO. S3 HAYNE STREET.
AT TU? woHDBarui, DJETBXATZONS
HADE BT THE ORE AT ASTRO LOO 1ST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
JUE REY ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL ETER KNEW.
j She restoraa to hepplnoas those who. from doleful
vents, catastrophas, drosses in lore, lota of relation* and
rienda, loss of monty, Ac, bare become despondent
he brings together those long os para tod, give* inforroa
Lon concerning absent friends or lavara, restants lost or
lolen property, tall* you the buolneou you aro beal
noUned lo punna and in what you will ba moat suootta
jt. souse* speedy morrtago*. and tails you the vsryday
ou will morry, give* you toe nome*, likeness and ch?r?
ete rlsttea of Uibpendn. 8bs road* yonr 7sry ihud^oU,
nd by her almost snuornxtorsl powers, un vs Ut tba dark
ad hidden mysteries of tb* futur*. From the atan we
so m the flrmomrnt-tbs malado atora that overcome or
rt dominate In the ooriflgnraiion-from th* aspects and
osluena of th s planst* and the flxod atora to the bsovons
tits Ilma of birth, She deduces tho future destiny of
um. Fall not to consult tb* greatest Astrologist on
ir th. lt costa you but a trifle, and you may never again
ave to favorable on opportunity. Consultation fee, with
keness and sil dMired information, gi. Portie* Uvrng
t a dltUnoo eon consult tho Madame by moll with equal
kiely and satisfaction to themselves, ts If In norton. A
?l and explicit charl, written ont with all inquiries sn
rrsred and likeness ens losad, scot by moll on receipt >.
ric* above mentioned. Th* strictest oecreoy wdl he
io!ntotnerl, and oil correspondence returned or dsstr./
). Sefarmotsof ?he highest ordsr ftirnlxhed thoa? ,e
.rina tl ism. Write plainly tba doy of th* month in. i
nor In Whloh YOU ware born, rinrilfartTig a mull toa. ol
L. . UanxMB H. A PHRRWO,
"P. O. DBA WU 293, Uryrraxo, M, T.
ito : ' ?_ly_
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
LT AS R?L.V-OVETJ HM OFFICE FROM CHAI.VIEj.ii
ri, strrtt to Mo. T7 OBTJBOH bTOKktT, near St
lat?ai s AVOW. lugosi tl
GROCERY ANO KlfCELIANFOUS.
CORN ! OATS!
)AAA UtMIIELH PRIME MILLING COHN
?\J\)\ J Gnu btHdnli prime. V.ill.iw Coru
UK? bllxlii-N |<rilll? Oil?.
IIA1 I KM? III
400 bale, i.i?rn,. N. lt. HAY
UM bbl?. Hilra, Kaper : r?! Fino fleur.
Fer talo by JOHN CAMVHKN A CO..
No. M Market Mitad, oppoalto Ulato atreot.
IU ST BECKI V Kl) PER STE A 5???I
MANU li'TAN t
IJ ri TUBS GOSHEN BUTTER.
CO cuirs rbnlcu OHANOK COUNTY HUT THU, nach cana
ttiiUlnltig eight '2>, lb. pickagea.
For sale b? WU. GURNEY.
Juuo l'l 3 No. 103 Esst Hay.
WANTKD, 1000 URLS. NEW IRISH POTATOES TO
KINSMAN ti HOWELL,
JUDO B _ No. IBU East Hay.
?t?i?l 8,A<;KS LIVERPOOL SALT. LABOE SIZE
J !.. null, HI, Hacks.
For salo by T. J. KEIIH At CO.
Juno ll 3
QAA B*i'Ka WOMB EAHTHBN BAY, LANDING
?UU from sehr. Nolliu Trust.
For aalo by T. J. KEItll Ai CO.
Juuo ll 7.
COW ANO HORSE FEED.
'iflflfl rOUNDS LINSEED CAKE, TUE CHEAP
0\J\J\J EST ami boat food for Cows or llorssa.
200 Balua chuko Ermleru Hsy, with a full BUpply sr
Corn, Peas, Oat?, Shorts and Ground Feed, just received
sud for sale low, (dollrcrcd I'rco of chtrgc lu auy part of
tho elly. I by H. A KN OLD si C?7,
No. 219 Mcotlug, Northwest comer John street.
Juno ll .!*
?AAA IIHSHELS PRIME WHITE COEN In bsgs,
OVvU pur brig Tangier aud schooner M. 'J. Gray.
For sale by lt. M. BUTLER,
Nur.h Atlantic Wharf.
CORN, OATS ANO HAY,
>ynni\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
I UUU 1.000 buabcls Ycllo?Corn
3.000 buabols OaU,
from Schooner kl. E. Gray.
900 bales CHOICE EAHTERN HAY, from schooner
NeUlo 1 rcsL
For salo low wbllo lan, lina by
J. W. UPRAOUE k BRO..
North Atlantlo Wharf.
Juno lt _?
MACON, CORN MEAL ANO FLOUR.
JtlHTRECBIVED I'KR STEAMER.
fl, \ ll i 11>H. CHOICE BACON
?i\J 100 bbls. Kiln dried Corn Meal
SM bbls. Flour, constating of Family, Eitra, Super
For salo by WM. GURNEY,
Juno S wfui3
BONAFONT & SALAS,
NO. 188 EAST BAY,
OPFER FOR SALE,
Ck fi HHDS PRIME MUSCOVADO SUGAR
ai\J IS esees Genuine Sherry Wino
60 cases Superior Clart-t Wino
SO bolos Havana Leaf Tobacco, fillers and wrap?
125,000 Havana 8egari, of aU Blies and of tho most
30 hhds thick Muscovado Molaaaes
16 hhds 1 bright Muscovado Molasses, oqu&l to
66 bbls ( Porto Rico.
Juno 10 3
U P H 0 LST? RT.TT C~
HARRISON BARNET. MANUFACTURER AND IM
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES. CORNICES
HaudB, Pius, Tassols, Gimps, Loopa, Cordi, Ate. : Wblt?
and Buff Rouanda; No. 126 WIIJ.IA1I ?>TttEIfT, Detwcou
Fulton and John streute. New York.
Store snd Omeo ShadcA modo to order
Decembers* mwf ?mo
$20. AGENTS WANTED, $20.
ITS to $300 por month-moles and females-to soil Lbs
ONLY GENUINE COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SffWINii MACHINE
Manufactured. It will -ism, fell, atltcb, tuck, bind,
braid, quilt and embroider boiutlluUy. Price, only $20,
Including Barnum's self-eewir and ?elf turning ham?
mer. Fully warran tod for five years.
CAUTION.-Beware of those selling worthloaa cast.
Iron machines, under the same mino os oura. For cir?
culara and teima. address C. BOWERS k CO., No. 356 S.
I ?nh street, Philadelphia Pa. lm May 30
WHITE SULPHUR MINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
WATEJUNO PLAOE, having gone to groat expenso
?inra Um 1M4 MMUU, in bbAuglnu tim position of and re?
pairing tbs COTTAGES, grading tho Walks and ercoUag
uew Buildings, together with many other Improvements,
will opon 'THE SPRINGS for tho reception ot visitors on
Saturday, June 1st, 1867.
Being situated lu tho northwestern part of the 8tate,
In a country remarkable for Hs besutty and healthful?
ness, th eso, together with tho virtues ol tho Waters, moke
lt oue of tho most desirable WATERING PLACES In ths
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS are the White and Blue Bulphnr, and
Chalybeate, and they possess all tua Oneal quaUtlos of
these waters, and aro sovereign rem odies for all dioeases
of the LIVER, ROWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
TUE SPRINGS are occeulbl* by any ot tho roe da lead?
ing to Saliabury, N. C., and at that paint the Western
North Carolina Railroad will convoy visitor* ta Hickory
StaUon, at which place conveyances sxaalwaya In attend?
ance to take them to THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, or the Medical Collegs of Virginia, will be
at THE SPRINGS the en tiro Season, and Invalids may
rely upon good attention.
Having again aeon rod tho services of Mrs. WBENN,
?nd made smplo arrangements for keeping a *OCl)
TABLE, and tho best Winos, Liquors and Hegen, and
having engaged Smith's Band tor ho Boa ion, we sslaly
promise to all every convenience for pleasure, comfort
and amusement that may ba desired.1
BOARD PER MONTH.?00 00
BOARD PER "WEEK. 18 OO
BOARD PEU DAY..... SOO
Children under 7 years of age and Bet?
rant. Hali* Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
_M*3r M too
Ob I she waa beautiful and fair.
With 8tarry eyes, and radiant hair.
Whoso o ur ling tendrils, sort entwined,
Enchained tho very hoar! and mind,
Por Curling tho Hair of oithor Box into Wavy
and Glossy RiriKiota or Hoary Maaaivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE I,Alni! I AND GENTLE.
MEN can beautify themselves a thousand-fold.
.1 ls tho only srtlclo In the world that will curl a trat?h t
?air, and at tho same limo give it a beautiful, gloeeyap.
.carenoe. The Crisper Coma not only curta the hair, but
nvlgorates, boautiflus and cleanses lt; ls highly sod do?
ubtfully pert um ed, and ts the most complote article of
ho Mud ever offered to tho AUK rican public. The
Jrleper Coma will be sont to any addross. sealod and
wstpaid for tl. ~~<~ mu
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists
. ^ No- 8 West Fsyetto street, Syracuse. N. V.
March 80 iJr
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
IB W B P APE H t?, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. SST KINO STREET
(OppoaKe Ann street),
Charleston, O. H.
The LATEST ISSUES ol the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods dalivarod or for?
an! ed by Msll cr Xxprtis.
AU CASU ORDERS will be promptly r" tuted to,
February 28_ ly
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
HUIS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE ?BED TO
L prove its superior quality. Uso lt ss you would
ly common Soap. Try ll and you will bo convinced
at tili superior to any other article In markst. For
le by Orooers gonotsily.
Manufactured by TAYLOR ft TOUNO, No. 186 Front
rest. Haw York. For sale by
GRUB ER A MARTEN,
No. 236 King street.
H. BISCHOFF S CO..
""" ? _No, 197 East Bar.
OYO. W. WILLIAMS k OO/
Corner Church and Hayn* street*.
LOWIE k MOISE, DruMlitsT^
No, 161 li eel lng utre*L
OmCBOV THB CHIEF OF POLIOS. I
T RFXlUlV?^M OF ^T?B'LOTS AND
see Una theSTS^?? 00e?roMA'f*> bereby rcqalroc?
??ihtLa^EEF&J** ^?UMSIB ana that
.SJ? ^S.Jff*>a**J" ?mored ks required by ced?,
noe, Other Inspections will follow. ?
By ord sr cs* Mayor OJJIJU?D.
O. II. BIG WALD.
OITV TAIKS-JBNTHF.Y RETURN!.
OFFIOB 0? THE CITY ASSESSOR,)
J-CTOTB IS D3?EBY^n?TO^%N0EWaa>