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Gold closed in Now ?ork yesterday ni 574.
Colton was quoted nt 37c. for Middling Uplands.
Cotton dosed in Liverpool nt ll jd.al lid.
A company of capitalists oro Bind to bo negotia?
ting for tho purchase of the Mammoth Cavo.
Tho Dutch heaven is ill Rochester, X. Y., v, here
wo learn a field of tulips containing 20,00(1 speci?
mens of 800 difforoni vari ot icu is now in bloom.
Lord Monea, tho proscnt Oovoruor-Qcueral of
Canada, has boen appointed first Viceroy of tho
Dominion of Canada.
Among tho contributions to tho Paris Exposition
ls a photograph talion ou a block of Vermont
Of the 2C0 ministors who have completed their
courao of study at Oberlin College, Ohio, 250 liavo
Tito Kow Jersoy Railroad Company on Tuosday
coramcnccd running an extra freight train, com?
posed of ton or a dozen oars, for tho solo purpose
of bringing strawberries from Delaware.
Many families aro emigrating overland from
Tl'inti lo Cal i forbin. Tho Helton Journal < i 08C1 [he?
ft caravan of twelve familicQ which passed through
that town iu ono day.
It is stated that tho paper money now in uso in
Italy waa mado in tho United 8tatos. Tins coun?
try has cortsluly acquired a wido-sproad reputa?
tion aa a successful manufacturer of imper cur?
It ls stated as a rouiarkablo fsct that, whereas,
not a singlo lineal.and legitimate descendant of
OHABLEH I, of England is now in existence, the
deacon lauta of tho Protector aro to ho found in
ovoiy rank or lifo short of royalty.
Tho i o por tod silver minos in Jackson county,
West Virginia, 0X0 still atti acting att/mlUuv Thu
Point Piensant Iiegister."^j6 thal tho tuiuoa aro no
humbug.- Capitalista uro.busy in endeav oring to
bay loi"*.., ""iiere thea n aro Indicatiuna of tho prc?
as m ot n 1. , j,
At tho lost mooting of tho Philological Society,
Prof, Goi.psrr--Kf-.il mentioned a'curious foot with
regard to tho'word lay, a poem to bo Buug-that tn
old Sanscrit musical manuscripts tho same word
occurs,' namely,- tay a, with tho samo moaning tai
in French 'and 'English: Tho word layabas not
yet found its way into any Sunsorit Glossary.
Tho London papers by tho IMo s tea m or not ?co
tho continued withdrawal from tho bank of Eng?
land of AiiKrifkiil (-old,' ?.s-agl/ti, not for iiljWiJttlo
transmission to tl.b' United ?tales, but' for Ger?
many, for tho uso of emigrants' proceeding to this
country.' Thia'ls mi important and'suggestive
fact. > . . , . .
BOT. LEONARD W. 11'AOON preached to a largo con-'
grcgation in tho Ndw England Congrogotional
Church, WiUiamsburgb, Now York, on Bunday
evening, his subject being'"tho duty of tho Con
etitutionol Convontion in reforeueo to tho crime of
Adultery." Tho discourso was listened to with
marked attention to tho end.
When a doputaiion waited upon tho English
Premier in rofejenoo to tho endowment of Scotch
FniverBitios, s remark waa mode by Lord DEBUT
which ia worthy of tho record. "Tho University
nf I Idhi bury," said hi? lordship, "ia making a great
iniiilnko m nlteiuptiiiK 'to roconcilo two things
xvi i ?oh fiann ot be reconciled-namely, high edaca
tion and cheap education,'.' ?. , ,.
Too Poles act honorably and wisely in repudiat?
ing tho attack'mtdo by a fanatic madman upob
the Emporor of Russia. Thoy liavo undoubtedly
boou wronged by Russia, and thoir causo looks
anything but hopeful ; bal any countenance given
to a ere?me of murder would hove utterly ruined
It forovor, anti deprived them of tho sympathy of
tho civilized world.
Tho Italian convention relativo to church pro?
perty,'wa? concluded at Turin on. tho 20th May,
with Comptoir D'ESCORTE of Parin, and Mossrs.
FIELD, OrrExrrrnt and P.Ttr.ANOEn. These capi?
talista will issue bonds redeemable in twenty-fire
.Tears, and payable by the proceeds of the extraor?
dinary tax upon tho church property, for 130,000,
000 franca, which thoy will advance to the govorn
xnont of King VIOTOH EMANUEL.
Ron. ili?.jAMiN P. FLANDEIUI, appointed by Gen.
BUEIUD AN Governor of Louisiana in placo of Mr.
DUBAIOV ia a native of Bristol, N. H., and gradu?
ated at Dartmouth College in 1812. Ho studied
law and settled in Now Orleans, whovo ho taught
school, subsequently became editor bf tho Tropic
nowspspor, served ss a member of tho oily govom
xnent, was, superintendent of fttpublic school and
ft railroad company, and l? 18C2, nuder tho now
order nf thiiigs, he wari elected a Representative'
from Louisiana to tho Thirty-seventh Congress.
At tho last session of tho Academy of Sciences,
saya tho Courrier du Havre ot May 21, M. DELAU
HAI road s pnper, by M. FLAJJMABION, on tho sub?
ject of a recent chango in tho moon's surface. A
orator well defined and perfectly woll known to as?
tronomers has disappeared within a year, and its
placo ia now marked by a Iorgo white spot in the
middle of a plain., j It is the first limo that any
chango in tho moon's aurfaco han been noticed.
M. CHACOHAB mado a Uko observation, which con?
firms thal Of M. Pi-A ira A mo v.
A iorgo bazaar hos Deon opened, in Norfolk under
tho auspices of tho Washington aud Lee Associa?
tion, which is destine 1 to exceed, in a, pecuniary
point of view, any tb i ng of the' kind ever held in
that city:' The whole affair is in tho ob argo of
many of tho moat prominent ladies, and oonsidora
blo oxponao baa boon incurred iu ranking it attrac?
tive to the people. It haa been crowdod with visi?
tors and purchasers, and tho aucccas which baa
attended it continues unabated. Tho proceeds
will bo dovotod to tho relief of tho indigent f&mi
b'es of doceasod Confederate soldiors.
Tho Marion (Ohio) Independent soys that thir?
teen human skeletons, of an extinct race, were
found in an excavation for a cellar In that place
lately, and expresses tho opinion that the hill upon
which tho. excavation waa mado is full of similar
remains. .A singular thing about tho sk ole tons
found waa that the anns hod all been broken be?
tween tho elbow and tbo shoulder, and the thigh
bones bad also boon broken. Two of tho akelotons
?vve.ro of fum?los, th? rest of moles. Tho females
when living must havo boon tailor than tho aver
ago of mon of tho present day. Tho moles must
bavo boon aovon or oight feet nigh.
Fatiter Broom, tho celebrated Roman astrono.
mor and inventor, is now in Paris. He passes
most of his limo at tho Exposition, where a cu?
rie us clock ofilia invention is to bo soon, whioh
automatically marks down, on a long atrip of po?
per, that is unrollod ot ono ond and rolled up ot
tho othor, tho hour, tho direction and intensity of
tho wind, tho quantity of rain that baa fallon
within a given timo, tho hoigbt of tho barometer,
and tho hygrom?trie state of tho atmnaphoro. All
thia work is offectod by half a dozen pencils con?
stantly in motion, and whioh perform their task
with nnorring fidelity.
Dr, B. O. Howe writes from Athens to tho Sec?
retary of tho Crotan Relief Committee in Boston,
under date of Muy 10: "I have been Loni and at
work a wook. Tho number and the sufferings of
the refugees havo not boon exaggerated. Tho
funds, however, from Russia and England woro
not quito exhausted, and I am, therefore, lu timo,
as for aa tho application of our fonds is cone erne J.
They will bo of unspeakable uso. Assure our con?
tributors, men and women, that thoir gift wilt do
great good, and bring down thanks and prayers.
Tho defeat, for such it ls, of OAIAU PASHA'S grand
expedition settles tho Crotan campaign, if not tho
animate fate of tho Island."
Tho master of the raft Nonpariel is roported to
bavo said that ho should croes tho Atlantio in fif?
teen days. At the ond of four days ho bas got oe
far aa Quarantine. Ile has still eloven days to
make good his promise. Probably bo expects to
make very fast time when be gets outeido. A
cowardly sailor, who thought tho trip not likely to
bo a pleasant or safe ono, bas retired from the
companionship of his shipmates-in a word, bas
deserted. Tho Nonpareil is understood to bo
Walting to fill her complomont of men. Tho pro?
posed rafting of tho ocean at first looked uko a
foolish von turo. It now looks Uko a knavish im?
, Tho San Antonio Etprm soya :. "On tho ll tb
ult., aa Mr. GOOCH and a number of bis noigbbors
wore driving about ono thousand hoad of cattle in
thc head waiora ot tho Concho to dolivor thom to
contractor ADAMS, of Now Mexico, to supply tho
Indian reservation of Fort Sumner, they woro at?
tacked by a parly of eighty Southom Comanches*
cr Kickopoos, all tho oatt lo captured and ono man
killed. Tho body of tho latter waa afterwards
found, skinned down to tho waist, and tho hoad
completely soverod; tho supposition being that ho
waa skinned before deatb, aa those fiendish doods
tao only inflicted fdr torture. Another herd of tho
?arno si KO waa taken tho same day, twelvo milos
weat of tho head waiora of the Concho, and a third
lot taken near H orso Head Crossing, on tho Pecos,
about Bixteeu rnllea from Fort Stockton. Troops
have boon sont lu pursuit from Camp Verde; no
reml ; e yot known. Qoneral EDWARD HATCII starts
from boro immediately with four companies of Ibo
Otb cavalry, to bo stationed in the vicinity of Fort
BtockiOD. A permanent Comp, consisting of troops
if Hi? 4 th csr&Jry, ia ordered to the headwaters of
TUE Cvurattt Rives tho following statistics of
lio graduating class of Yalo CoUog? : "Tho class 1
f 18G7 ontcrod with 138 momhors, rocolvod 39 <
loro during its courao, has lost C6, and graduates ,
Ol, pf whom 81 woro original momhors. Tho class
ins lost hy doalh Ovo members, ono from a fovor 1
oulractcd whilo iu tho army, Twonty-tbroo I
ItatoB and tho Wost Indies aro, or havo boon, ro
ircaontcd in tho CIOHB. Connecticut bed 35, Kow \
fork 37, Maua/tch?tsotta 14, Pennsylvania 13, apd i
ho Southern Btatoa 13. Tito aggregate ago ia '.
1,2IC yoars, ll months, 4 days ; overago at Preson- i
allon Day, 23 years, 2 months, 28.6 days. Tho !
-oungoat is 10 yoars, 23 days ; tho oldoat ia 23
rearj. 8 mun t lis and 1 day. Tho avorago of 'GO was
12 years, 8 months ; that of '05 was 33 yoars, 8
nonths. FJovon of the class havo hoon ioldiora in
ho Union anny, and ono in tho robol army. Tho
ivcrage height ia 5 feet, 7.G4 incite s ; tho tollost
non aro four, who oach measure 0 foot 1 Luoh, by
iclusl rucaBuromcnt. Tho average of 'GO wis 6
root, B.5 inchos ; that of '05, 6 feet, 7.3 inches ;
ivcrago weight, 143.4 pounds ; beariost roon, 187
[Munds ; tho lightest, 115 pounds. Tho ?verago of
CO WBB 147.8 pounds ; that of '05 was 138.7 pounds.
rho intended pursuits of tho olasa aro : Law,
12 ; modloino, 8 ; divin dy, 13 ; engineering, 0 ;
editing, 3 ; mcrcantilo luminosa, 14 ; teaching, G ;
neology, 1 ; undecided, 18, Tho Yalo Law School
will graduato twolvo momhors this yoar, of whom
six aro from Connecticut. In tho olasa aro two
Radical Republicans, three .Conservativos,' ' six
Democrats and ono rebol, who was in the Honthorn
army and fratornizoB with tho Domoorats. Tho
avorago ago of thia class ls 21 years, and tho avej?
igo woight 1374 pounds."
Dann LIT oloarly aspires to tho position of old
WARWICK, tho King-maker. He IQ determined to
work tb' Troidination of (IBANT, co?te que coule.
Tho Washington correspondent of the Herald,
writing Juno 0, says: Tho nomination to bo made
for tho next Presidency ia beginning to.oroo.to a
little interest iu this city.. In both political and
private oirclos this Important question forms ono
of tho current topics of conversation. On all
hands m iv bo hoard tho morils and chances of tho
mon who aro moat prominently boforotho oonntry,
ai'id'whoso nomination for Ino offioo is within tho
rango of probability, being 'disouBHod. Quito a
humber of political manngors and aah'omora haye
boen boro, and eoino of thom aro boro yet, oper?
ating with alt tho intluonco they roprosont in favor
of propositions looking to tho coming nomination..
So ul o ot iheso gontiemeu are hero now, it is Baid,
lo ind nco General QUAKT to accept the nomination;;
but'report says that nothing satisfactory in rofor
encp to it can bo elicited from tho OoneraL lt is
known that many of thoso political counoils aro
hold ot tlio'c?utitry rcaidonoo of tho oidor BLATU,
on which occasions''bon oral Un ANT and Son?t?r
CAMI, noy, of Pennsylvania, aro n oar ly ol woy a pre- ,
Bout. Qcuoral GHAUT, it has huon stated by t'ioso'
who aro acquainted with lus .views on tho subj oct,
although ho doos not dunira to beoome a candidate
hitdsoLf, i H anxious to haro Lioutonant-Gonoral
ti ut ii si AV rocoiTO tho nomination, and would bo
dodply gratiflod if bo should auooeod in roaching
tba Presidential chair. Bcmtm/RR OOLWAX and
Soijator WILSOK aro also mentioned in connection
vii (ii tito nomination.
'Ber. Dru Ocnnv, editor of liie Mct!\odiil Chria
(i.iii Advocate, Bays tho Atlanta Moutldy, bi tho
'm gun of tho free-think oro ; tho Mow York, Tribuno
has alway u been anti-Christian ; tho JVatton is
edited by polito infldols ; tho Times is reckloso of
tr-ith, propriety and decency, and.tho Evening
/'...ii imo Unltari .?roclivitlos ;-a wholesale and
uiicorcmonidus reading out of tho church. How
is it that tho Hound Taite was spored ? ' In this
connection wo may stain that tho Now York Herald,
ip jits 8nnday iuntto, elated tba', ono or its co tom
IMircricB recently nile g od that tho Herald bad
taken tho placo of tho religious Journals. Tho
Herald pleads guilty to tho soft impeachment, and,
ci plum H how il ia Unit, lt ha? roached thia proud
omtnonco, this moral power and religions oonaox
ehlp, by tho universal oonsont of society. Cool,
thja I Tho Titnij Bays : Our neighbor, tho
?Herald, fuels c all u d upon to explain how it has como,
according to'tho testimony of tho editor of tho
leading Mothodiet organ, to "exhibit moro quiet
pioty and ncaasoming groco and aanotity than any
other Mow York paper." It eec m a that Satan has
be tm "swapping." Tho editor of tho Independent
"hos lately gono over openly to Satan," and of
co tirso eomobody was needed to take its placo and
"readjust tho balance of morality and religion in
those o\mit tul and critical times." Bo lbs Herald
td6ppod in. "Wo suspect this is -not tho ?bolo
dory : tho Herald hos lately taken to discharging
its bid servants for new ones ; possibly Satan has
followed ault and our'neighbor (Inda himaolf "hoist
bjj bia own petard."
px QUIN CY, who, in many, respects, resembled
EPQAB ALLAH POE, once wrote an essay, entitled:
"Murder oonsldorod aa ono of tho . Fino Arta."
Nerf York, wo think, can fairly, claim a high
position in thia, as in other deportment J of tba
I" it m Arl?. The Now York Sun Boanda an alarm,
n vcr tho introduction of tho m mo-Icon air grin,
which, in a murderer's band, la capable of doing
i bj work, In tho dark, wi thonl detection-as witness
thu recent murder by that moana In Brooklyn.
Tho editor BATS: "In thia city and' Brooklyn there
?B au averago of Hourly ono murder every .day, and
this while all bat certain that Bwift justice will
overtake tho murderer. It Booms providential that
ai) tho ingenuity which'has boan expended. in
attempts to prodnco weapons tar that purpose.,
htve failed to discover a safe instrument of mur?
der. Weapons haro boon in ido which appro ac b
this object, but norio havo boon sucoeBBful. The
air gun, although not invented for tho tua of tho
assassin, is also a fearful ' weapon, aa' tho' recent
murder in Brooklyn, by anoh agency, clearly
proves. It this invention wis brought to perfec?
tion, BO as to diBchargo a ballet without any ro
port, Ibo oonsoqnonoes would bo alarming.
? "TUE I.EAOL'K" ia tho hame of an olegant eight
pago imperial quarto sheet, published by. tho
American Freu Trado Longue, 'of which the first
number has reached us. It ia printed at tho ex?
penso of tho Lcaguo, and makes a very handiomo
tnpqaranco. Wo of tho South, boforo tho war,
Nore nearly aU freo traders in principie; and bo?
naso of our opposition to the protective.tarin" in
mired tho accumulating wrath of the North, that
imilly burnt over us in the late war, and the re?
mits wo at present experience. Wo may be ox
sused, thcroforo, for now standing aloof Crom tho
vuarrol. Trno, wo should prefor an ?quitable sya
i'in Of direct taxation to a protective tariff that
nits millions into the pockets of THAD. STXVZRB
?id tho other Iron mongers and wool spinners of
?onnBylvania and Kow England; to say nolhing of
ibo righteousness of our colton tax. Bat wo know
bat nothing wo could say would make the slight
tat difl'sronco, and wo therefore keep a discreet
lilonco on this and all kindred topics. Tho New
fork Ecentng Post, the Nation, and tho World,
tro tho leading free trade papers in tbe country.
. TUE TACT THAT Jome BTDABT Mrrif got soventy
ihreo votes in tho Hooso of Commons in favor of
livinr tho suffrage to women ia elt:d aa proof of
tho progresa which that causo ls making in Eng?
land. Ont wo doubt whether all who roted for it
would have doun SO bad they supposed there waa
my prospect of ita succeeding. It waa regarded
ts a matter of no practical importanco, and rotos
wero therefore given for it rather from good na
luro than conviction. It ls noted, moreover, as o
carious fact, thal tho great mass of the Liberal
party In Eajrbuid, tho working pooplo thomsolvos,
regard it with disfavor, and will oppose it actively
whonover lt becomos a practical quoetiob. The
3smo thing is observable hero. Tho negroes, who
aro the latest recipients of tho suffrsgo, aro among
tho first to protest against giving tho ballot to wo
mon. Wo shall probably nerer find tho negro roto
In farer of any farther oxlonsion of tho safirsgo,
now that they haro been admitted to ita benefits.
They will certainly nover rote for giving it to for
signors, and thoa far they are opposed to giving ii
to worn on.
GOOD WE wa from a far country la tho following :
"Tho snbeoribora to tho English Cotton Famine
Fond dr sire to appropriate their surplus fonds to
tho roliofof thoSoathorn States of tho American
Union. Their surplus funds now amount to about
loW.OOO in gold, and aa bot a small proportion of
this would oror bo rocla I m od by tho subooribera
indar any ciroumalonee n, lt ls not llkoly that there
trill bo any difflonlty in the way of ita suggested
ip plication. "Thero may bo,"aayatho Liverpool
4 men od n, "some legal obstacles to ita immediate,
lae for thia purpose, but aa the character of the
ruffaring will admit of no delay, lt has boen pro
>oacd to send forward a portion now, and retain a
?art until auch timo aa might be fixed for ita wi th
Irawsl. At present no domand la more urgent, no
i copio moro noe oftfliious than the A uff Biers from
dd wrong!, ci*i| ,w?\r and recent Uro and flcXJd, in
he Southern Siftiea of America."
A atTAAOB appeared orer Laka Ontario, at
tawegn, list Thursday. Vessels otherwise in
LAK(I3?HT OlRuuit?TioN.-^-'/'?fi DAILY' O
NKWB jr?ftttet the Official L?t of Let-' n
'tri retouiinV?fin the Postoffice at the end
>f each toee/c, aijrceubly to the. followiny t
irr (ion of the New Postoffice Law, ad the t
newspaper having the biryett circulation in 1
the Vity of Charleston: 11
HscnoH 4. Anil bo lt further enacted. Tint UaU of let- I
lora remaining uncalled for la ?ny PostolEco In ?ny city,
Iowa Or village, wbero a new.papcr shall bo printed,
?Itali hereafter be published once only In tho newspaper
which, hoing published weekly or oftcuor, shall havo tho
larges^ ub-sulstloii within ranga of dolirery of tho said
air AU oommunicalwns intended for publication tn
Ulis journal must bc addressed to the Editor of the
Daily IVeus, No. 18 I/ayne-strcet, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications io Publisher or Dally
Wecannot undertake lo m'.: rn ret'eoted communica?
Adccftisements outside of th* city must bs accompa?
nied leith the cash
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! FRIDAY MORNINO, JUNE 14, 1807.
Jojn WORK.-We have now completed our
office ao as lo execute, in the shortest possiblo
liraej ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, ond vio
most respectfully ask Ibo patronage of our
fr ion J?.
PROGIIBSS OP nBCONSTRTJCl'IUN.
. Wlion tho Reconstruct iou Act was passed by
Congress, somo of the leading men of the
South wrote to Senator Sn KUM AN, anti others,
who wer o among the prominent sponsors of
tho bill, to know whether it might b? doomed a
finality ; and tho reply in every instance tras
an assurance, thal if tho Southern' pcoplo nc
copted thc terms offered by Congress in the
SHERMAN Military Reconstruction Act, passed
March 2, 1807, they might feel assured thal
Congress and Ibo Northern peoplo would faith
fully execute their part of tho compact, and
receive thom hack into tho Union, without any
further imposition of financial burdens, O?T?I
or political disabilities, or any other speolcs of
pains and ponaltics. True, it may bo Baid, no
ono!Senator or member of Congress waa au?
thorized to speak for tho body ; and no mich
pledge is binding. : But it must bo considered
thai these actfuranccs carno from those vrho
cardiod tho measure by n largo majority ; they
wcro, mor COT cr, tho leaders of. Ibis majority,
nnil wcro therefore in a position to understand
thio.tempor both of Congress and of the Norlbern
pcclplc. And by way of ' further proof that
Congress was in earnest, and meant to make
this Act a finality, tboy passed, a few weeks af?
terward, in the Extra Session, a Supplemental
Hill, defining, and in nome instances-limiting
tho; first Act. Il is fair to presumo thal all
these precautions would not bavo been taken,
if Congress had net designed in good failli to
abide by Ks enactments.
The South accordingly, with few notnblo ex?
ception's, throughout tho length and breadth of
itu.territory, nccepted this Act, not with plea
mire or alacrity; for only hypooritea could have
bctjn capablo of auoh a ; manifestation. . The
terras of the Act wero harsh, nm! many of its
provislons, in our opinion, nnwise, and fraught
w ?th ultimate trouble, if not danger. Still,
uniicr tho cirrumttonoes, iboy wore accepted
i with qUiet and manly resignation. If wo did
not kisB the rod, wo took it. Tho Radicals wore
disappointed. STEVENS, BUTLHB, KELLEY, and
m.un of that ilk, wore not content with tho bur?
dens imposed by tho Act, did not vote for il,
and have ever bi nco done their utmost to lie
feat peaceful organization under its terms.
They fool that thoy cannot trust thc Southern
whites to Toto the Radical ticket. They no
longer hesitate or disguise their intention.
Radical agitators everywhere, both North and
South, put thia alternatit-o (a beautiful exem?
plification off ti o blessings of freo government),
.'either Tole Ibo Unconditional National Union
ticket, er else the lt econ Ht niel i on Act ia a nul?
lity." Thun Ute, telegraph yesterday brought
the report of A- spoeoh delivered in Richmond
on Wednesday night; by ono O KO. F. NOTES, of
New York, who said that if the rights of tho
colored people were scoured, all would go well,
if not, ho was in favor of confiscation and war
lo tho knife. What private interpretation he
may ROTS for his phrase-"rights of tho color-'
ed pcople"~-it is impossible to say.
Two clasica of difficulties havo arisen in Iho
course of the execution of tho Reconstruction
Acts, one to defino the powers of the District
Commandern, and tho other to determine accu?
rately iho classes disfranchised by the aol. The
latter difficulty waa apparent, immediately
upon tb? passage of tho aol; and,the Exeoutivo
waa applied to.for definite instructions ia re?
gard to ila interpretation. After oon sid eranie
delay, Attorney-General STANSDEBRY gave an
opinion whioh waa approved by the Preaident
and Cabinet, and published; bul baa hitherto
not been doolarcd binding; upon the District
Commanders. In its main features, the Attor?
ney-General's opinion was accepted eTery where
aa a fair expoailion of tho Congressional Act;
and in tho only Diatriot order, issued since,
that by General ScuoriBLO, these viewa have
bcon adopted, with perhaps one or two trifling
exceptiona. We are therefore aurpriscd at an
editorial we find in the New Orleans Republican
for Juno G, beaded : "Congress appealed to to
avert a great danger." The Republican ia the
only Radical paper in the South that can lay
any pratenaa to editorial ability, or that ap?
pears to have money iu ita purse; and while we
do not think ita utterances como with any au?
thority (even of General SHERIDAN-wilh
whom it Ia not on the best terms), it will never?
theless serve aa an indication pf Radical
The Republican is furious with STAKSBERKY
for reasserting in tho very words of the Recon?
struction Aot, that by the act no one is disfran?
chised for participation in rebellion. Now the
aol, wo have always thought, is perfectly clear
on thia bead, and ow os nothing whatever to the
Attorney-General's interpretation. The Re?
publican aaya :
"Wo are not aw aro that any paper In tho country
has th na far called attention to the fearful extent
to whioh thia "opinion" of Mr. Stanaberry, if car?
ried into operation, will eubvort tho war and open
Iho flood gatos for disloyalty. But thia ia no tune
to hesitate or to tell half the truth. Lot the peo?
plo fully underetand what will bo tho consequences
if tho military govornmont bill ia ?.?neoforth to bo
administered according to tho Sta - Sorry interpre?
tation. In a very fow plain words lot aa point out
Jual what thia interpretation ia whon stripped of
ita legal phraseology and described lu overy-day
"Tho military bill itself exoepta from the
claas of voters "such as may to disfran?
chised fhr participation in tho rebellion."
The words "may bo" do not moan "have
boon "-they alindo to the future, not to
tho past. But had the law need the other
words tboy would have boen equally useless, slr.
Blortaberry aaya thal no ono baa boon diafranobLa
ed by any law for participation in the rebellion.
His wcrda are rory strong :"Tbe mero facta," eiye
ho, "do not op?ralo the dtafranohlaomonL it must
be ascertained by thojndgmont of a court or bu a
legislative act." There ls no enoh Judgment and
no such aol; but Congress, if it moola in July, can
easily glvo na ono. r,I am not aworo." ho oontln
nea. "of any law that works dlsfranontaomont aa
lo tba right of aufTrage by force of tho act itself;
alor does inch a conaoqnonce follow from tba con?
viction for treason, or conapireoy to commit trea?
son, or for any other act of participation in rebel?
lion.'' Bo that, aa Car as tho military bill la con?
cerned, no ono la disfranchised. It fa a perfect
nullity, a doad lotter in that resp >ct, If Ur. ?tans
borry ia corroet,"
It next proooeda to Bay that STAXBDBRRT'B
opinion invites every ex-rebel to perjure him?
self, etc., etc, and again appeals to the July
Congreaa, thal ia lo be, to put a atop to it.
Now, no one but a etone-blinJ Radical, with?
out a grain of sense, or a grain of honesty,
oould have made any such deduction from the
The othor difficulty that has arleen la the
course of the execution of the Aot, ia aa to the
extent of the powers of the Diatriot Command?
ers. Many hold that their province la simply
to maintain order, not to give, alter, or amend
lawa, nor to Interfere with civil government in
the States, union neeeaaary for the conserva?
tion of the pitillo peace. Some nf the Com
rno'r of aWStntc. Pr?tesis lmvo been cnloroJ
gninst tba action, nnd uro aro informed that
lio-Xiocrftivo disapproves or it. Application
as beoti modo for tba removal of aoven?! of
lioso Commanders, but, if wo may credit a
el eg rn m published yesterday morning, tho
'resident will not uupcracdo tho District Com;
landers, thinking that "desired rcalruints can
io bettor obtained by cuforoing disciplino
vhich Lnvolvea respect for law, ami obedionoo
rom Biibordinatc military oflicora." Wo may
i nt ri rally, therefore, 800U look for' a further
ipinion from Ibo A dorney-General, nm! cor
caponding orders from tho War.l/opArtmont.
Tho Radic?la, however, may succeed next
noutli, notwilbataniling a wholcaomo dread
if fovor and ague, to convene n sufficient nuin
Mr of their party, to nasemblo in washington,
ind have an ex I ru aessiou of Congreas; in
ivhiob case, il is impossible lo say what (hey
nay aoo fit lo do. Such renewed agilatiou
ivould be ono of the greatcat calamities that
.-julJ befall the country in tho present criai".
WANTED - 10 IT 11 Kit. A WHITE UR
Colored Woman to COOE for a small lamil;. Ap?
ply at No. 10S, corner King sud Princess streets.
WANTED TU HUNT, IN A itl.si'KlTA
BLE locality, a stilt of (ROOMS, say throe, with
kitchen ac co tn ul ud alloua. A amati houso st moderato
ralos would answer. Address IIOX Mo. 313 Charleston
Post Offlc?_'_? 1? .?. .Jone 14
WANTED, A GOOD COUR, WASHER
AND IRONER (white or colored), without chil?
dren, for s family of fivd persona. Knqulro east aide
RUTLEDUE AVENUE, six door* above Bprlng street.
WANTED.-UNE THOUSAND ACRES Ol'
undulating upland, within six miles of a Railroad
h tallon. SOO or COO acres belog cleared and f need. A
never falling stream of water moat command s high part
or Uio tract, and the soU must bo a good prodncUvs
undy loam. A limo?tono or marl subsoil wlU ho pro
ierred. A moderate water power ls doslrabto. Apr'
promptly to Mr. DRINSDEN, Mansion House, Charl
ton, H. V.
BSMT Edgeflold Advertiser ploaso copy and send account
to Ulla omeo. 0* June 13
WANTED. A COMPETENT CHILD'S
NORSE; sl*\ a CUAMDKRMAID. Nono need
apply without rccemmondaUous. Apply No. 134 MEET
INO STREET. June 13
SM 1 I
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE R K S 1 -
I DENCE, No. ll KINO STREET, with all tho neces?
sary outbul Ulinga, cia torn. Aa. Inquire at No. SOU i'll
B1DE01?TJU?AB0VE7 I ,\Tftn Juno. 4
TO RENT, PART UP THE HOUSE No. IO
Wentworth street. To a destraillo tenant th i ter mu
ff Ul be accommodating. ._Juno 13
rriO RENT, THREE VERY NICE ROOUS.
X , Will rent at low rates te respectable persons. Also,
a nico Kitchen with ewe rooms; can bo used with a a tove.
Apply at No. SI NASSAU BTRKET, a few door, from
Lin*. _May 30
ril? KENT-RESIDENCE NU. H CHALMERS
_L ; BTREET. May 31
Lmillion AT PRIVATE SALE.-PRIME
YELLOW PINE LUMBER, or vsrlou. descriptions.
Jonas, Planks and Boards In loti of 1 to 7il00 foot at a
bargain. Apply to SMITH & MoOILLIVlIAY,
Joue 14 T? fc I . 1_No. fn Broad street
T7UBE' 4T?BVED UAR CHAJUIiER SET'?
JJ MAUlfLE TOP. at private salo, by
Jone la 1_SMITH Ai MoOlLLTVRAY.
T7VOR SALE, THE SLOOP RIGGED HII
Xj1 INO SMACK EMMA. For particular?, apply to
MuDRIDE ti CAMPBELL, root of Market street.
tJoR 8ALB, A SPLENDID LOT'OF OLD
J} BlUCKk, that hare not bean burnt. Apply.to T
D, DOTTERElt, Oolurnbua street. 3 Juno 13 i
UR 8A?E? A CARRYALL, WTTII TWO
Beats, polo and shall. Also, a set of donbln and
single HARNESS, all In good order. Can be seen and
bargalnod lor cub or a limo note at thirty days, st No.
31 Lynch street. Msy IT
I osT, A LIGHT mer.w.. HALF DULL
1 a DOO, with cot sot?, .i wiiile ring arouud the neck,
sud white lu ibo brea?., ?Iso hits au extra claw on ona
html root, and answers to tho LUUUU of "JACK," Elvo
dollar, reward will be paid If left at the corner of ASH?
LEY AND BEE BIBKETB. 9? June 14 j
LOST, LAST EVENING, IN ONE OF THE
Rutledge street cars, a handsome worked Lady's
Ll AN DK Kite lil hil'. Tho fiador will be liberally reward?
ed by leaving lt at thia Olttcc._1 June 1*
LUST, A CUMPUSITE RUBBER PENCIL
CAKE AND PEN, bound with gold. As lt la highly
prized by tho owner, a liberal reward will be paid for Its
rcoovoiy il ?eil at TUIB OFFIOB._3 Juno I3_
I OST, UN THE EVEKING UF THE ?OTU
I j inst, a valuable filagree gold BROOCH, inlaid with
pearls. psOajM tho samo be offered for sale, lt ls re?
quested that lt may be stopped. A eward wUl be paid
lorats recovery. - Apply at THIS OFFICE. June 1 - .
fi ? BOARDING,
1.TXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
ll rates, In tho most central business part of tho city,
without lodging, In a privais house, can now be had.
Pi* particulars address "X. L," Posto (Tl oe. May 18
T?OARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
Jj with good COARD can be bsd OD Immediate sppUV
nation to No No..S9 CHURCH STREET, westside, near
I CITY BILLS ! CITY BILLS!
/ -U TY OF CHARLESTON BILLS
KJ State . t South Carolina Donas
Bouda, Coupons, Stocks, or al 1 kinds
Bought at highest prices by
ANDo.KW M. MORELAND,
Juno 14 3 Broker, Na 8 Broad street.
I BONDS. STOCK, &c
TJONDS, STOCK AND SECURITIES OF ALL KINDS.
DANK BILLS bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker.
April 17 wfm3mo_No. 8 Broad street.
BOUGHT BY Z. B. OAKES,
Na 4 Broad street.
Juno 13 3
EXCfiLSIOB I EX( ELSI Oit I
Por Rimovlng Superfluous Hoir,
110 THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS TNVALUADLr
depilatory recommanda Itself aa being an almost tn
llspcnaibls article to female brauty, ls easily applied,
loes not born or Injure tho ?kin. but sets directly on the
?octa. It ls warranted to remove superfluous hair from
ow forehead?, or from any part of tho body, completely,
o tally and radi nally extirpating tbs samo, leaving the
iktn soft, .mooth and natural. This ts tho only art loin
laed by thc french, and ls the only real effectuai dsplla
ory In existence. Price 78 cents per package/ past
al J to any ad druin, on receipt oran order, by
BERGER, BHUTT8 A CO., Chemists,
March 80 ly Na 386 River rt. Troy. N. Y.
8, A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
OiTlco of John P. Ncwkii h,
Wo UT RBADE-?TREET, CORNER HUDSON,
MOT Agency tor KXTON'8 PREMIUM TRENTON
J RA (IKE lis. AU orders sent win bo prumpUy s ti und esl
n, f,vaem_ Disvml.fr i?
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON,
Om HALI, November 9,1880.
A LL PERSON a DESIROUS OF RKnUTLDINO IN T'ttK
t\_ Burnt DistrlcU and Waite Pluses of Ilia Olly, un.
1er "An Act of ths Oeneral Assembly, giving authority
o the Oily Council of Charleston to proceed In tbs mat?
ar of a Fire Loan, sri th a view lo aid In building np the
illy anew," ere hereby notified that ths form of appli.
edon for loans can be obtained al the c is af tho clerk
f Council, between tbs hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
AB eaapUoaUao* must be t' id In tbs above msnticned
flVee, as the Commit le? will mest avery JfsndViy Co eotv
[der the same.
By order or lb* ktayoa> W. EL SMITH.
November IB ?Wk of CoanWL
3OT OB CLERE OF OOUKOIL-THB FOLLOWING
claus-? of SssUoa 1 of an "Ordinance to Baise Vtip?
iles for the yd ir 1887," ls published for the information
f persons selllna Good* by sample or otherwi? , who are
ot residents of this oily. All such parsons aro hereby
otlflsd lo report at this office.
'Three donara oa ?very hundred dollars of aR good*
old In thia ally by r?oos not rsa Iden ts, by sample ot
thorwUa." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Council
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale So Retail Dealers
[BWBPAP5IIS, STATIONERY, ETC,
Mo. SUT KINO STREBT
(Oppottis Ann street),
O Harle? ton, C. S.
Tbs LATEST ISSUES ol tbs Prssa always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for
rani ed by Mall or R ipi aaa,
AU CASH ORDERS win bs promptly aUsuded ta
N tyri CK.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1 :
OaVABLaWrO*. a u" May 4, 1*87. I
PS REGULAR INSPECTION OF THB LOTS AND
inelosurea, vanita, Aa, win oocamtnes on Monday '
tit, flt Inst. Owner, and ooutpanla ara hereby reanima
D aoo that their premlaes ara tn good con di li on and that
Q filth and garbage ts removed as required by Ord I
MEET i fi GS.
J iU AMUCVll LOIHJK, NO. 30, A. P. M.
I UKO ULAH COMMUNICATION OF TUI8 LOUOE
V will mod ThU Ermin/;, ot Mosonlo Holl. at 7 i;
All poraona cu titled to Degree* oro l cipuated to attend.
My ordor of tho W. M.
Juno lo 1 Secretory.
T\ JBVMA FIRE I;\CI.M;UIJII'A\Y.
R' UK REGULAR QUARTERLY MKLTIKO OF YOUR
COMPANY will bo held Thii Kerning, lit the Market
all al half-past 6 o'clock. Dy order.
JUDO 14 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON ALMS HOUSE,
A N ELECTION TO FILL THE PLACE OF CLERK
' V ind DOORKKKPr.lt of thia InstltuUon will toko
loco ou IFeiiiiesuuy, thu IVUi tint. Candidates wUl limit
i their li (tern to tho Master, at tho Aluis House, ou or
icfor? that doy. ne will also supply all necessary IHMr
VStlun of salary, duties, Ao.
n. W. DsSAUSSUTtH,
Secretary Donni Commissioners of Poor.
Juna 13 6
A 8 THERE WAS A DISAGREEMENT IN THE NO
fJL TICKS given la tho poporo rolaUro to tho loot mooi?
ng, for thc purpoau of encouraging Foreign Iminlgra
lon, uotie-o is given Ulai thors will bo snntliur meeting,
t Florence, 8. C., Juno 23d, sud that tho citizens of Dor
I nylon and adjoining Districts are Invited to attend.
Juno 10 JOHN J. JAMES, Score nry.
Il ...KUNIAN HALL.
8ATUKDAY KV 13M VG. JUNE 15, 1807.
ENTIIIE NEW PBOQilAJULB.
THE nABMONIANS RESPECTFULLY UKO LEAVE I
to ounouueo totheclUzcus of Charleatoii, that thoy
?ill givo ?moth or nf a serios of performances at Hibernian
[loll, .Salon;ny A'srn inp, which will bo unrivalled for the az
iollosee of their tutrlh-provoking dcllncaUons, and ool
I o tl on of rare musical Ulouls. For part?culaT, seo small
dlla.? !. . Juno 14
FOUND. A MIC MO lt AN DU BI Ilium CON?
TAINING pap rs and letters, which tho owner can
lavo by paying oxpuusoa. Applj at THIS Os'FICE.
J i in ii ll
T7^[)s>!VO,0\ THK ItlOKMNO OF TUE 3d
J? Inst., o POCK lt l' DOOK, which tho owner con hovo
by proving properly and paying for advertisement.
THE FIRM OF PARKER k CHILD 18 THIS DAY
dissolved by mnlual cousent
N. O. PARKER.
' AHA CHILD.
MIL H. G. PARK KR WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI?
NESS, ond eotUo tho affairs of Ibo Ula fl rn-.
_Juno_ll 8 _N. G. PARKER, No. 10:1 East lloy.
rriHE COPARTNKRSIIII* HERETOFORE EXISTI NO
X . under tho nonia of EPSTIN A ZEltANSKY la Ulla
day Ulsaolvod by Its limitation.
J><no 7 g. ZKMANSKY.
Minni .ti. NOTICE.
DIL G. DAVKGA HAS REMOVED liI8 RESIDENCE
lo tho southeast cortior of HABEL AND ANSON
GREEN. Til ADM ANN A CO. HAVE REMOVED
their o Oles lo fcOUI'H ATLANTIC WHARF.
KI5MOVAL.-THE OPFIUH OP THE
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has
beeb removed from ovor tho old Bank of Charl09ton to
N0.16O UROAD STU BET.
P?BLIO SCHOOL FOR COLORED CI11L
fTOns SCHOOL, EOTABLISnXD HY THE PROTES
XI TANT EPISCOPAL cnn HEH in South Carolina,
wu] ?hurlly bo oponed for tho reception of Pupila al Ila
School Uouso (formerly tho Marino Hospital) ta Franklin
streut Applications lor two addiUonal Fem?lo Teacher?
will be received by tho Boord uuUl Juno 15th.
' E. L. KERRISON,
May 81 finwS_Soc rc tory of the D ard,
< INSTRUCTION IN FRRKC1I.
MRS. NICHOLS A NATIVE OF CHARLES TON,
ont during the past ?Tleen j eora a r?sidant in
I uro pe, ts desirous of giving lastrueUon la tbs French
Lcsguego, ol Wi er ot li or own residence oe ot the houses
of her pupils.
Inqnlro st Mrs. FINNEY'*, No. 100 King atrsoL
UEOLCTION OP m .MAI, PRICKS TO SUIT
DR. J. E. DAPRAY, DENTIST, 18 NOW PREPARED
to oompleto tito Insertion of wholo upper or lower
sots of ARTLVICALTEETH, upon tho moat approved
aislhod, and with tho best materials, ot $30 per set. Par?
tial sets tn proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
perfect lit. aud neatness of finish, guaranteed.
AU othor opuroUano up 10 Um Teeth performed la a
IkiEfuI and warrantable uiounar.
OMco ot his rosldence NO. 8 LIBERTY STREET,
May 30 Tnwf Charleston, a 0.
j WILLIS & CI11S0LM,
FACTORS, immm MERGUANCS,
IX y ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALK AND
Vt sun MEN l' (lo Foreign sndDomcallc Ports) ol
X/TTON, RI IF, LUMUKU AND NA VAL STORES.
( ATLANTIC UilAIir, Canrlrstou. 8. C.
t, WILLIS.A. R. OU I SOLU
OU I sba was beautiful end fob-,
I With starry eyes, sud radiant nair.
Whoso curling tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained Ibo very boort and mind,
for Curling tho Hair of other Sox into Wavy
i and Glossy Ringlets or Hoary Maasivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIB ? AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify tbcnieelvea a thousand-fold,
tts the only orticlo In tho world that wlU curl straight
lair, and at tho samo tune give it a beauuful, glossy ap
moronce. Tbs Crisper Como not only curls Ute bair, but
n vigora tee, bcaullfloa and cleanses lt; is highly snd de
Ighlfully perfumed, and ls tbs most complete orUcle ol
ho kind over offered to tho Amt rican public The
Irl aper Coma will bo sent lo any address, scaled and
loatpald for tl.
' Address ali orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 8 Wost Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
FOB, THE MILEION 1 !
f WELL H KN ll, POST-PAID, SO PHOTOGRAPHS OF !
L the moat oolobratod Actor? for 60 conni; 80 Actroaaos
or 60 cento; 80 Union Generals lor 60 cents; 60 Rebe)
le?arais for 60 cent.; 80 Statesmen for 80 cents; 60 beau
Uni young Ladies tor 60 cents; f>0 flue-loosing young
le ntl om en for 60 cents; G largo Photographs of Frenen
lancing Girls, tn costume, beautifully colored, exactly os
hey appear, for 60 cen Lu; or for 80 oca ts, 8 ol tho moat
leantlful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
ppesr In tho ploy of tho Black Crook, ot Nlblu's Garden,
Send sU orders to P. O. Box m, V y, N. Y.
May ls _ lyr
Omos cum or Cotraratt, I
Msy 1887. J
Tho fcUowing 8*saon of " An Ordinance lo abolish th?
<Boa of sraperinlandant of Streets ; to provide for Keep
ng tho Streets, Lonee, Alloys, snd open Courts In tbs
Sly of Charleston Cloon, snd tor other purposes,"
isreby publish od for the information of sU concerned L
Vor the dus protection of tbs said contractor or con- ?
raclera, if ts fwtk*r ordain sd, loot ovary ownor, lassoo,
oe upon t and tenant of any premise* minting In any
treat, bins, alley, or open court, shall OD avery doy
unisys siosptad) bovu tho duri, filth, garbage, or olhor
ffaL placed In front of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
sop, and In readiness for tbs contractor, by tbs boar of
even o'?Ioek, A. M., trom los Hist day of Moy to the
ral doy of November in every year ; snd by the hour of
Ins o clock. A. M., frc m tho first dsy of Novsmber to
li? first dsy of Msy folio w mg. And any person oSend
af korain, or placing any dill, filth, garbage, or othor
al, In any ?tren I, lane, or alley, or open court, ofter tbs
ours sbovo tuimwl, eluUl be subject to a fina not less
ion two nor moro than fi vu dollars, far each and ovary
fTsnce, to be Imposed by tbs Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
loaf 18 dork of Cm noll.
C. F. VOUER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
look?, Peri nt! i cals and Stationery.
r0 BT RBOITTKD
A lar orapply of STATIONERY
paOTtKiltAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS. DIARIES for 1887, Bte
fins snd largs selection of NOV LILS, by lbs most
* irated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Hom?
m lamonts, Ao.
AL tbs MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WISELY PAPERS.
DAILIES eons tandy on bond, and au boori pd ons re?
lived 'or Ibo same.
Orders from the eouutry ore respootfuUy soil oiled.
TKUMH 1 .IBERA'?_? Novumber 8
Th ero cometh glad tidings of Joy to oil.
To young and to old, to great sod to small;
Tba bosuty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and aU moy be fair.
ly tba na? of
For Improving and Dcauti fytng tbs Oom pla zion.
les, Blotches, Moth Pitches, hollowness. ErnpUotoo,
id all impurities of the sion, kindly healing the same
evtng ns skin white and clear ss alabaster. Its use
innot b<i delected by tbs closest sera tiny, and being a
igatahla oreparation lo perfectly harm leas. It Lithe
Dy article os it? kind used by tbs French, sud ts con?
fered by the Pandan aa indispensable to a perfect
ile*. Upwards of 30,CX> bottles were sold during tho
tat ?sar, a sufficient guarantee ot its eftlcocv. Pricv
lly 78 costs. Bent by niall, peat-poid, on receipt ni an
G?ORQii tim Wmw
F?R THE BENEFIT OF TUE
W. W, BOYD & CO., Malingers.'
TAMES KERR, Manager-!) Agent for (Jbarloaton.
rTVHE LEOIBLATUHE OF TTJE STATE OF OEOHOIA,
1 at Ita laat (etalon In December, IBO?, granted a
Lottery Privilege to Doputy Orand Muter W. W, DOYD,
of Atlaula, OB., (and oilier grantees,) for thu bonofU of I
the widows and orphana in tho Bute, and to croct and [
endow au IniUtutlon to be called tho
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
who bas associated with himself Lu tho discharge of this
duty as Managers, several of tho molt eminent, wealthy
and influential men in Uoorgla, who ha Tu accepted tho
The high and bonorablo ch racier of thcao gentlemen,
tbs unwearied seal in Indefiillgtblo labor and heartfelt
devotion of Doputy (J rand Munter BOYD, tho principal
nvatagor Ln Ihls cause, ls a sufficient guarautoo that the
Lottery will bo conducted ia a lair, open and JDHI man?
ner. Tho proceeds of Ibo Lottery, less tho correol ex?
ponte*, havo to be applied to Ibo building and endowing
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
and hoing devoted oxcloalvoiy to auch a charitable pur- I
poso, permission liuabcou granted by thu Coiunilwilonoro
01 Internal Ile venue uf tho Treasury Department al Wash?
ington, to draw sold Lotteries exempt from all charge,
whether from ? peela! lax or other duty.
Hundreds of thouaands of friends of tho Masonic Fra
tcmlty In tho United Slates, and all good citizens, will bo
rejoiced to Bee tho
"MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME"
oracled and endowed, and be tho prido and glory of tho
O rand Fraternity, for Ibo groat institution ol
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONRY
hovers, llko Clod's Angol of Mercy, over tho widows snd
orphans. It ministers Its loving charities to those tn
want, and Its principles of liberality, brotherly love and
charity will endure for ages, and their bludlug roi, o bo
strong ss links of stool.
TO BE DRAWN
IN OPEN PUBLIC
Wednesday, Juno lut 1. 1807-Class t".
Wednesday, July 17 tu, 1H07-Class li.
RC TI EMU THE SAME FOR EACH MONTH.
1 Prize of...:.too,OOO ls.$60,000
1 Prise or.10,000 ls.30,000
1 Prlxo if. 10,000 ls. 10,000
1 Prlxo ol. 6,000 ls. 5.00,,
I Prlxo of. MM I Kmi
1 'rlzoof. 2.500j . 8 000
31 Prizes of.. 600 aro.. 12,000
6-1 Prizes ol. 360 aro. 13,760
l.o Prizes of. 300 aro.,_ 25,000
160 Prizes ot. 100 ero. 10.000
APPROXIMATION PRIZE8 :
B Approximation Prizes of 6600 each for tho
nine remaining uni ta of ibo samo ton of tho
No. drawing tho 660,000 Plxuaro. 4,600
0 A pp roi I mai I og Prizes or 62S0 sscb for til 0
niuo II mailling units ortho esme ten of tho
No. ira win? Ui o 630,000 Prize are. 2,360
9 Approximation Prizes of 6200 each for the
nine remolulug units of tho esme ten af tho
Na drawing tho 610,000 Prize aro. 1,800
0 Approximation Prizes of 8100 ooch far tho
nine remaining units oi tho aamo toa of tho
No. drawing tho 85,000 Prize aro. DOO
18 Approximation Prizes of 8100 each for the
runo remaining units of the sams ton of tho
Nos. drawing the 83,600 Prizes sro. 1,600
134 Prizes amounting to.8168.000
Whole Tloket, 813 ; Haw*., 86; (juatton, 83; ELghUia,
sri" All t io Prizes sbovo slated ore drawn st ovory
OF THESE! O lt K AT LOTTK111K9 AND
EXPLANAT1UH OF DRAWINUS.
Tho numbera from 1 lo 30,000 oorreapcndlng with tbs
namban on the Tickets, aro printed on separata slips of
paper, snd encircled with small tubes and placed In a
glass wheel-all Ibo prisca lu accordance with tho
Boheme, oro similarly printed and encircled, and placed
lu another glass wbecL Tho wheels ara then revolved,
and two boys, blindfolded, drew tho uumbors and
prizes. One of tbs boys draws ona number from tho
wheo! of numbers, and st tho samo time lbs other boy
draws ont ono prize from the whool of prizes. Tbs num?
ber and prize drawn out are exhibited to the audience,
and whatever prize . omoi out ls registered and placed to
tbs credit of that number-sad Ibis operation ls repeat?
ed until all tho prizes are urawn ouL
Tbs Tickets oro printed In the following ??yin: Thoy
are divided Into Elgblha, printed on tho hace of tho Ticket,
8 Eighths bearing the same number connltuto a Whole
Ticket PrLzoa payable without discount.
W. W. DOYD k CO.. Managers
Correspondents may roly on prompt sttsntton to or?
ders by simply encloalng inonoy with full address. All
orders lor 1 leasts and Schemes and Information to be
JAMES HEBB, Agent.
OFFICE "NO. 20 BROAD STRUTT,
Jans 14 Imo Charlea ton, H. C.
DRY GOODS. ETO.
Erlauben sich dem geehrten Publikum
erttebenst ans?ssigen, daos sie svsehrend
Hill REICDUALTIGES LAGER
imp ot ti vt ca & ciii?) ct nit Vdic ti
MAN UFACTUR-W AAREN
f?r ? nb sitter
o (Ter tren.
Jans 1 m'.vflino 199 ?ins-Street.
HARBISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pins, Tassels, Gimpa. Loops, Cords, Ac; White
snd Duff Hollands; No. 13a WILLIAM STREET, Between
Fulton snd John streets. Now York.
Store snd O trice Shades made lo order.
December 34 mwf arno
"Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND IIIOHL Y RECOMMENDED BY
the French Medical Faculty, ss tbs only sais and
lu fal libio anud?le against Infection from Special Dlaeaaos.
This Invaluable preparation ls suited for Silber sex, and
hos proved, from ample experience, lbs most efficient
and reliable Preventivo ever discovered, thus effecting s
dooldsratuin long sought far In the Modleal World, if
used according lo directlona every posalblllly of dangar
may be avoided; s singla application will radically neu?
tralise the venereal virus, expel all Impurities from tbs
absorbent v?asela, and rendar contamination Lm possible.
Be wise In time, snd st s very small outlay, save boura ol
untold bodily and manta) torments.
This most reliable sp?cifie, so universally adopted In
the Old World, la new offered for sale for tbs first time In
Amarice by F. A. DTJPORT k CO., only aulhnrised
Agtnts for lbs United States.
Price 88 per bolus. Largo bottle, double size, 66.
The mmol discount to tho trade. Rent, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphJut, by ad dross lng to
F. A. lt UPO RT k CO..
Sole Agents for Dr. Rioord's P. I?,
MAT ? l;r go. 13 Poid Street, Kew York.
Ifflif SPRING WATCH.
rLE WATER OF Tn LS SPRTNO IS BELIEVED TO
be unequalled hy that of any other Ln the far-famed
robley of Saratoga- Its virtuos are such as bare secured
t the high encomiums of all who have used il, pnnsrss
ng, as lt does, In sn eminent degree, cathartic cuuxsUc,
dteratlrs and tonia qualities.
From UAMUKL HEN ll Y DI0K8ON, M. D., Proff/soi
Yactko of Physic, Jefferson Modleal College, Pk'la>
lalnhla, formerly of Charleston ,8. 0.
Pumnai.rina, Novambsr 16, 1865.
1 bare boen for a year or more psst In ins habit ol
oking tbs water of tbs "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga,
tccuttomod during ths groat portion of my InrsUd hie
0 ase ths different waters nf tue several roan tains which
xiii np along that rem ar kool? valley, dependent, Indeed,
1 pon th ?m lor much af tbs comfort I aivjoy, I am Bobs?
led that tho Exoelstor Water Li as well adapted ?sony
ither among thara. If not more so, to tbs purposes for
>hloh they ore gsnei-illy employed. Il Isvsry agreeable,
trongly Impregnated with tbs carbonic oe ld, lively and
par kling. * * . I can heartily and conscientiously
erommand it lo all who noed a gaulle cathartic and
dure tic SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water ls pul up La Pint and Quart bottles, snd
?eked In good order for shipping. Pints in boxs, ol
our dosen Bach, and Quarts Lo boxes of two dooen each
?OLD Ar WltOLSSALI BT
GOODRICH, WIMM & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
SO. 158 ME ET I MU MT UK KT,
orrotm aniBiMTOM HOTEL.
BOWIE & MOISE?
HO. 181 MKKTTNQ STREBT,
Opposite Oborlsston Hobab
And for sala by first class Druggists and Hotels.
The Greenville Monntalne?r
PTrRT.THwan EVERY THURSDAY, AT
GROCERY AND r?!?KGF.lUNE0ll8.
JUST RECEIVED l?E.l STEAMER
M A Ml ATT A .V I
OQ TUIWOOHUKN DUTrRtt.
ta cinta ?dioico OHANOKCOUNTY RUT TEH, each casu
containing cly Ut SM lb. |uvkox?.4.
Kur calv hy WM. OUHNKY.
juno 12 3^ Nu. lui Kant Hay.
WANTED. 1000 MILS. NEW IRISH POTATOES TO
Tba hliiiuit market price paid.
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
Juno 8_2_No. 163 Esst Bay._
TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON, RICE
AN? NAVAL sTUIUCS.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES WILL UK MADE ON
shipment, of UPLAND AND SEA ISLAND COT?
TON. HICE, HOSIN. ami TTJHPENT1NK, consigned to
our frlomls In LIVEItl'UOL, NEW YOKK. or auy ul tl)?
Nortbcm Cities. J. A. BNSLOW A CO..
May 13 mtuf No. 141 East Day.
$20. AGENTS WANTED,
$74 to $300 por month- male? uni females-to sell tba
ONLY i ?KN til HI". COMMON SENSE Q ...
FAMILY SE WIN.! MACHINE
Manufactured. It will hem, fell, atttch, tuck, bind,
braid, quilt and embroider beautifully. Prlco, utily ?10,
Including Barnum's acll-auwur and BolT-turulug liuiu
uior. Kully warranted for Ovu yearn.
CAUTION.-Beware of Uioao i.ehlug warlhlcaa caat
lron machinen, under thu samo namo aa oura. Kur cir?
culara aud tn .UK. addroaa O. HOWERS A CO., No. ttl? S.
1 mb struct, Phils lalphli Pa. lia May 'JO
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
J. E. EDWARDS, ProaldooL
W. D. ISAACS, Vico-President.
D. J. UARDSOOK, Socrotary.
i ill Ail. N. SMITH, Mod. Examiner.
A Reliable Southern Company.
-p ATES A3 LOW AS ANY OTHER COMPANY, AND
IV whoa lim red, premium* mada pavsblo monthly,
quarterly or semi-annually, or half of tho annual pre?
mium lu cash, sud tho remainder by not? at twelve
months, Uiotcby bringing lt wit itu tho roach of all.
SEVEN-K1QUTUH OK ALL TDK BUltPLUS KUNDS,
after paying expenses, divided every year among policy
holders entitled lo proUt.
Call and get a circular and road tho advantages l/> bo
darivod from Insuring In tho "ARLINGTON."
J. L. HONOUR, Agent,
May IB wfmlmo NO. 8 PRO AD STREET.
FIRE INS! l!IM?: COMPANY,
LITER-POOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.910,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
KO. lb ADDER'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 mwflyr
9c6ro?>YJrrfla)cnm.vtn, ^ItcrS'VJnforgunncn, ri., In
einer ter heften YlnfMltrn tel) Hanbe3 (bec ftnidrrbeder,)
roelcyc auf gegen [eiligen Siutjeit begr?ntet ?fl,
Deterg? in ten nta'fjigfien $ratnten.
CramtmrcubcT ISrjt, ?Dm. Uffciharbt,
'Hr. <?. ?. Kellets, ts iff fling unb illaitciriraic.
January IS tufflmo
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
THIH SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USED TO
provo Ita superior quality. Uso lt as you would
any common Soap. Try lt and you will bs convinced
that lt la superior to any other article In markst. For
sale by O rocera genet ally.
Manufactured by TAYLOR A YOUNO, No. 188 Front
11 nut. Now York, forsalsby
?RUBER A MARTIN,
No. 'JtJC King s tree t,
H. RISCHOKK tc CO.,
No. 14*7 Eaat Cay.
OEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
Corn ur Cburcb and Uayno street!.
DOWIE tc MOISE, Druggists,
No. 1S1 Meeting rt rr ct.
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
Jami irv 23_ wliu6mu
wurra SULPHUR mm,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
WATERINQ PLACE, having goue to great expans?
sluco tbs last Hermon. In changing the position of and re?
pairing tbs co rr AO KS. grading the Walks and freeling
now Buildings, toiethar wlUi many oilier Improvements,
wlU upon THE SPRINGS for tho roccptlou ol visitors on
Satui'da3r, Jiine 1st, 1867.
Being situated In tbs northwestern part of ibo State,
tn a country remarkable for Its boautty and healthful?
ness, th ooo, together with tho ?rut ea ot the Waters, leake
lt one of the most desirable WATERING PLACES In tbs
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE BPRINOS are the Whit? and Bluo Sulphur, and
Chalybeate, and they possess all toe finest qualities of
the A? waters, and are sovereign remedies for all diseases
Of tho LIVER, BOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS ara accessible by any of the roads load?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., and at that point ibo Western
North Carolina itallroad will convey visitor* to Hick orv
Station, at which place conveyances aro always Lu attend?
ance to take them to TUE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of the Medical College of Virginia, will bs
at THE SPRINGS the entire Season, and Invalids may
roly upon good attention.
Having again aecured the services of Mrs. WRENN,
sud rosde ampio arrangements for koeplug a GOOD
TABLE, and tbs best Wines, Liquors and Segars, and
having engaged Smith's Band for .hu Seaton, wo aalely
promise to sit every convenience for pleasure, comfort
sud amusement that may bu desired.
BUAHD PEIt .MOvi ll.$00 OO
HO A ll Ia PEU AV KKK. IB OO
BOARD PER DAY. 3 00
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
" " PROPRIETORS.
May 30 _2mo
SOUTHERN EXPRESS MM,
ORlcoNo. 147 Meeting 4c t.
wi ru AIL
Every attention giveu to the sale
Transmission of Frolght, Money,
WILL GALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF OHAROE.
ll. D. PLANT, President,
April 10_A agu i ta. Qa.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT TBS WOXSEaruL BJCTXLATIOlVa
MADE BY THE OREAT ASTRO LOO 1ST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
SHE REV ALS 8B0RET8 NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
Sba restores to happiness those who, from doleful
?.von ts, catastrophes, crosses lo love, loss of relations and
Wenda, loss of money, tc, hava become despondent,
ibo bringa together those long separal?<), gives informa
loo concerning absent friends or lo Y ara, restores lost or
.lulen property, ts Ha you tho business you are best
and by har almost supernatural powers, un vatio ihodark
md hidden my ?i erl o i of tbs futura. From the stan wa
ie? tn tbs Ormamrnl-the malado atora that overcome or
,>r? 'lom inaU la the configura tien-from tba aspects and
monitions of tho planets and the fixed stan In tho hoatona
it tho time ol birth, ?hs deducaa tba future ?eatlnvof
nan. Fall not to consult the greatest Astrolcsnst on
tarin. It costs you bn ta truie, and you may nevo? asraln
lave ao favorable an opportunity, G<msriTuilon ree. with
Ik en ona and eU desired Information, tl. Portleeuvlnii
,t a distance etan ?intuit the H?dame by mall with equal
?afsty sad sa Us fi*-Usn to themselves, sa If tn person? A
Uli and explicit chart, w ri lian out, wich all taqntrUa a*
iwerM and llkciii? enclosed, sent by mall on race!ot u
irlce abovo msnUonad. Tbs strictest secresT wuTNa
nalntalnsd, and ail corresponden oe returned ordsotr '/.
KL Reftu-fccM of tte highest order furnished (boss n
arina thara. Write plainly the . day of tba mVtnJ
rear Tn which you war? born, anoJOslng a sm.il loo* ot
Address, MAOAM* IL A. PERRI GO,
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,