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Gold closed ra New York yesterday at 1371, and
wdon??SPr?T^?rp? yesterday at ?|o? for
Ohio advices stat? that the fruit trees are load?
ed ' down vf i th more trait than they can bring to
perfection, and a largor supply ia anticipated than
has treen bad for years.
Tho yearly product of butter in Massachusetts
fl said to bo about 9,000,000 pounds; worth thia
year,' at the farmer's door, the round sum of
The Broadway (New York) gaunblmg hells have
beam noticed to doa?. Three cf them were seized
on Saturday, and their, proprietors put under bonds,
not to engage in such business again.
Warkmetf engaged in constructing a huge sewer
In Glasgow Green.recently discovered some curious
fewsd and other remains, including a huge oak
?ree nearly as hard as flint; / .
The marriage of the King of Bavaria has been
definitely fixed fer the 12th October, the anniver?
sary of that of his father, MaTTMTTJiW L, in 1842,
and Of his grandfather,. Loris I,, ia 1810.
M. HAAS, of Arr, in the South of France, exhib?
its, in the Paca. Exhibition, a machine by means
of which a rabbit-skin can be converted into a hat
In p nihilism ' r ; V
Pres IX, oomploted his. 75Lh year ott Monday,
the 13th ult, having been born May 13, 1792. He
wirf have occupied the Pon tifieal throne twenty-one.
years ou the 16th of Jeno next.
There is great scarcity of food in some parts of
Gratoi t and j Saginaw Conn ties, Mich i gan, where
the peeple "ha ve no money and ho teams to haul to
market--their- shingles, the only article they have
Airangementa have been made it San Francisco
to put on a new Imo of steamships between that
city, New Archangel arid Sitka, stopping at Vic-1
toria. . A diaiance, we ahonid. judge, not much
less than to Li verpooi from Bo s ton.
The Australian vintage tibia year ia larger than
ever before known, and the yield of gold ie increas?
ed over' that of last year. Over 80,000 tons of
hreadatnira have, .been sent to .England, and 106,000
iona more are ready for transportation.
Tba Peoria (UL) Transcript relates the case of
WILLIAM Moss, who was rendered insane by a
of typhoid fever, and while being
a, fell from a bridge, and- striking his
need against a stone, was instantly restored to his
One of our English exchangee brings the follow?
ing mournful piece of intelligence: "We regret to
MPOttnqe th?.death ot Quow Daddy, Sing of Aqua
pirn, Weat Africa. He waa a man and a brother,
sad ranched off celdjnm.drma.ry, when in season,
with great regularity. i_r-.r -.
Lord DEBBI'S recent awards of literary pensions
include annual 6UOIB of ?100 to Mrs. CHISHOLM,
x the writer land philanthropist ; ?100 to four daugh?
ters of the late Dr. FETBE, an eminent antiquary of
Dublin; and ?95 to Mir. Ososas CBULESHANK, tho
artist. -~ *
Last year 187,513 : marriages, were, celebrated in
rmgland siid Wales. The births in the year were
'753,18s1, 'and* the deaths 600,988. The number of
ma/cal boEBj ?*?as slightly in oxooss of the females,
being 884,742, against 868,446. There'were aleo
12,966 njore deaths of males than females.
The first trip of Southern mackerel for the sea
eon arri ved at Gloucester, Mass., ott the 31st nit,
and were sold for $11.50 per barrel Thia is about
s week earlier than the first arrivals last year. The
mackerel fishery will be extensively prosecuted by
the larger class pf vessels the present season.
Generals, B?TOBD and SANBOBS appointed, among
oihMSi 1? investigate the Fort. Kearney massacre,
suggestthe setting aptrt as oh exclusive Indian ,
TerSiW oteighthundr, 90T thousand square miles *
et territory north of Nebraska and weet and south
am^ftMsott?Biverr-. ^ i-?-??g
New Brunswick papers state that the herring
nattery along the Gulf abore this season is yield?
ing abondant returns to those engaged in it A
fsm days ago flab'were sold at the Ospe for five
?sente per hundred. Fish, lt seems, are plentier
A mortgage bas just been recorded in lews,
from the Chicago, Soak Island and Pacific Rail?
road Oornpanv to JOHK A- STSWAST and WM. H.
Oseoas, of New York, for the sum of nine md hon
dollars. The revenue stamps amounted to nine
Ibo transactions of the Troy Wool Hariet foot- j
md np Ave millions of dollars last year, '^bis
?bows Troy to be -the* fourth wool st?rket in the
United Stats*. Boston stands first, New York
?secad', Philadelphia third, and Troy fourth in the
Th? .BicnriJ^ .VV7i*j of the 12th Bays: "Within
tvaqmtre'of each other ycsLerd&y we saw one of the
moat ?iii^m^9^n^^ in*? Uni ted
commanded a battery, with, .betou.mthand and clad
Haast ggjTO J*f>;ffy*, AtWTfrlf'*odp*x,
Who bas been for thirty years absent in Italy,
writes to a friend in Washington that he is coming
beck to the United btatea in $e tait He is now
?boot sixty years of age. He is a native of Ver?
mont but emigrated to Cincinnati at ten jean of
age. He resided in- Washington some time before
going abroad ip 1836, -x
x&fi)M^?i iv^^^As^wrc- ,
smiamj smmlnmnrnl tn Siberia fas. life. The.Connt
M8 went to St Petersburg to suppliCj&to for the
pardon of her husban The- Oaar refused, a*d the
w^i?^??^'*^^CT?mg a" roncTsTpfle of papers
sjoubd her, burnt herself to death. She leaves
STeffip DI ff?^iTillMij?
In Burgundy, Champagne, and Franche-Comte,
S> great quantity of snails of all kinda are oon
smmedCanlais? seDtto Paris, ar^FTofesaor SIM
JOKS. mw tiona that there are now fifty .reeteuranta
and mqre than 1200 'private tables % that city
where -snAue ..are 'considered! a ' d?li?acy by from
8000 to 10,000 consumers, and that the monthly
consumption of thiamoHnakuaestimated at half a
There was a rain storm in Cincinnati on Tuesday
evening, the 4th inst, Which lasted only half an
bour, but during whian If "inches fell by one
gauge an75^5.7 by another. The mouths of tho
.ewers were choked up at a number of places, and
water rose ab'rapidly over tile a'djacent grounds
thAt"'before;.parcuts,could up clot jing and t.ako
llisstiiiinbli tiii iii tiii iii ei mn B iran .a foot deep in
Hi cir rooms. 'rr1* ?-'"
PapexaJrom tbs Southwestern States axe unani?
mous in saying that there never was better pro?
mise of crops thsn, this eeason ?o (ai pxeaeat. The
accounts from the Southern States are almost xs
erjj?oursgifig. The harvesting of wheat is now
progressing in the upper portions of Georgia, j
.Aja&amA and, in. parts of Tennessee. .The corn,
though backward, is healthy and vigorous, and
cotton is generally loosing wefl. J. j
Mpcnb) IMPOSTS more cotton from India than
Irom the ' United Sbtt^s. During the five years
preceding the war in this country the average
yearly value of cotton imported into England from
India was $19,813,880. In the fivo succeeding
years the av orage rose to 129,423,230. The quan?
tity imported daring the year 1866 is the largest
Trnown,; axoonnting- -to.1,847,770 bales, worth up?
wards of $166,000,000.
? correspondent of the Athenantm has shown that
"the old'H tory abou? CHARLES the Second knighting;
a loin of beef, and thus giving origin: to the
?riom, should be finally consigned to the limbo of
vulgar emus." Among the proofs he adduces
are passages from old books, one of which, dated
1620, speaks of Va Srloin, and a rond of beef, " and
i^ another, Hie Abortive of an Idle Boure, 1620, ia
v J expression, "one end of a sur-luin ol' beefs
called tbs buckler piece." etc.-which seems to fix;
the derivation quite clearly.
A truly remarkable set of chess is for sale in
London, o- which the advertisement gives this ac?
count: "The board, moat elaborately inlaid in old
Florentine steel and brass On Majorca ebon wood,
is of unusual dimensions and the black and white1
ivory pieces, scarcely any two, alike, are of corres-;
ponding eise and beauty? Theohessmon are of
gres*'antiquity, as would be self-evident, if only
irom the peculiarity of the pieces, there being none
fat"'instance, answering to an usual figuro ot a
Bishop! The set was mado SB a souvenir for the
Tictor of Lepanto, DON JOHN of Austria, son of
" IfeaWW ?*? *aea commanding in the low coun?
tries, of whose metal work of the period the case
is a fine specimen, and of the ivory carving the
quaint pieces are not less so. It was presented to
Cardinal ALBEBOM, end he dying exiled and dis
graced in Borne (1788), aged 88, the chessboard
became the property of the 'last of the STUABTS,"
Cardinal Yan, brolber of the young Pretender,
CI1ALE9 UPWARD, whose widow, Countess of Stol
berg, afterwards married to the poet Axrrssi, ac
qplitft ?>?<> MiftcaWTd. At her death, in Florence,
ber \hird husband, the French painter, FAVRE,
.yao?a nee portrait of ALFIEBI was sold with Lady
IIOBOAS'S coUection uLLondon a few years back,
j>equeatbed the chessboard and men. to a descend
- Ittt Of tbs fanions Duke of Berwick, by whose rep?
resentation the snides are compulsorily offered
THEME ARI altogether in this country, says the
Round Table, in a vary readable essay on "Coun?
try Papers," about Ave thousand papers, inclusive
of the several editions printed by many of them,
or about four thousand offices whence papers are
issued. Of these probably twenty-five hundred
belong to tho class of country papera circulating
only in their respective States, often in only two or
three Counties. The proper sphere of such publi?
cations is not difficult to determine. They should
raye full accounts of ail local events-County
Courts, public meetings, village societies, crops, im?
provements ot'all kinds, new roads, new houses
built, all transactions in real es tat e-such accounts
ak ?hall enable their absent readers to heep fresh
their knowledge of the condition of their homes and
snail suffice to acquaint curious strangers with the
resources and enterprise of places they have never
seen. Beyond, this, they should keep their home
readers au fa it in matters of State interest-public
ins ti tu tiens and public worts, legis! ali ve and politi?
cal proceedings, improvements present and pros?
pective, the.,.subjects, of attention in the various
towns and sections of the a.ate. The; should
further, m their capacity of fatody papers, pro?
vide market nows, for the farmeis. sud.for (hem,,
their wives and children, general reading, judi?
ciously apportioned between tho instructive and
the amusing, neither becoming too heavy for their'
patiencenor descending to the sentimental sensa?
tionalism or the'' flash weeklies or the records of
crime of the' police gazettes. 'Finally-for the
limits of country journals, will not admit, nor do
the wants of people who read none others require,
exhaustive news, d?tails-au account should be
given, og tie leading events of the day in aa con?
densed a form as is compatible with clearness and
st eura cy, say to the extent of one or two columns
each week, hot of disconnected scraps, bot of co?
herent narrative, without comment.
SPEAKING or MB., MILL'S scheme, the London
Review says: We acknowledge to the fullest extent
that there is room in this country for the social J
amelioration of women, that our plan pf educating
ttem ia vicious and degrading, that we ought to
open.more avenues of employment to them, and j
that, in some respects wo should abate those mat-I
rjmcnial proprietary rights which, ..especially
among th6 lower classes, so frequently lead to va
rious scandals and abominations. But Mr. MILL
would'begin at the wrong end. We may be assured I
that if there ever waa such a thing as a sound I
prejudice, against a franchise for women in Eng
lind ia a sound one. We hope that rix. MILL'S
want of success will set the matter at rest Kori
some time. Where he broke down we do not know
?ho is likely to make a better fight. His intention J
as so worthy and his t heory was derived from a
cause so creditable to him that ifc ia im possible not to J
c ipr ess ? regret for a discomfiture so complete aa d I
i retrievable. We sincerely hope that we are done
vith'starved'looking petitions and wild "female
. .eu" pamphlets. Exceptional clever and talent-i
d women there are, no doubt, who are folly ?apa. I
le of entering into politics, and who are willing I
nd ambitious enough to display themselves in a I
oting-booth, and to take part in all tho excite?
ments of a contest ; but until the ladies them-j
elves express much greater anxiety than they have j
one to possess a franchise, and until th?; can put I
a stronger brief into the hand of their special j
pleaders, we feel ourselves justified in assuming
that wi are not only right in refusing it to (hem, I
iut thr.t oar refusal is impartial, reasonable, andi
wai i anted by all the circumstancee of the case. j
LOKDON HAS 21 daily papers, 28 weeklies, 6 illus- j
rated, 36 class and 36 local papers. Ibo Provinces
: n England support 650 journal* of all kinda. The I
Selah, have 4S : Manx.* ; Scotch 140, and the Irish j
35. 0/commercial periodicals th eio arc 67 ; mag
tzines 280 ; law- journals 83 ; medical 30 ; political
md general reviews 34 ; agricultural 94 ; scientific j
md philosophical 70 ; art 16 ; mechanical 12 ; edd* j
:ational 23 ; juvenile 52 ; light and miscellaneous I
187.. There are six typographieal journals now
Dublished in England and Scotland, five in the
United States, three In Germany, and one each j
jublifbed at Vienna, Borne, Paria, Madrid, ]
Prague and Basie. The first bona?de newspaper
KBB published in tira stupe of war bufletrns in
denice, in 1500. -The first regularly issued weekly
our.nal waa founded hi Frankfort in 1G?5. ; At the j
jeginning of thia year, Franco, had &c political I
oumals, whereof 64 were print?d'i? Paris and 272
n the provinces ; 'non-political papers and period i- 1
j ?als, 1436- 710 metropolitan and 725 provincial
[n Germany, exclusivo of Austria, the newspapers j
are 8341, of which 717 are political. 3494 non-politi
?cal, 1471 of them being published io Prussia, 266
In the kingdom of Saxony, 169 in Wurtemberg.
[The general staple of the continental news of news
papers is the arrest, Uno, imprisonment, or han- I
iahment of editors or the suppression of their pa- I
pprs, there being, apparently, a revival of vigilance
by the government from. Spain to Russia, and old'
laws brough t to light and penalti oe euforc od which
had for years been regard id as dead letters.
BOkga Ehnsn a . 0 ?? .' oe . .....j :. J
.?o *tfTC?*?iwirrrftf? ad. . : h il .a ni <? hilt .[
THS XHBia LXADiKQ cxTiKa of the North west
Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louis-are fierce oom-.
Petitors for the distinction .of being foremost as
centres of population and business in that region, j
If on of them build? a great tunnel, reaching out
into the bed- of a neighboring lake, in order to'
obtain a supply of pure water, its rivals pronounce
the work nothing moro than a "big bore" or
a "hole in .the ground." If another happens to
excel as a market for slaughtering hogs, the ambi- lj
tiQusoity Ls named "Porkopolis." Andsoon. Noone
of these delecta Die spota can lay claim to any spe
ci al honor without exposing itself to derision. Even
the vote* thrown' on election days are carefully
scrutinized, for the purpose of odious comparison.
But at Last Chicago baa bit upon a now device,
and contraste the revenue returns of the respect
ive cities as evidence of her own pre-emine"T ?
Thia must he accepted ?s a tolerably faff indica?
tion. Accordingly the Chicago Tribune gives a
tabular statement showing that last year in Ohioa
, go there were flftj -nine firms whose sales exceeded
one mmioo dollars j in Cincinnati fifteen, and in
St, Louis fifteen. The heaviest Bales reported by
a single house amounted in.Chicago to $9,220,967;
in St. Louis to $3,127,223, and ia Cincinnati to
$2,700,000. In Chicago fourteen houses report
sales exceeding $2,000,000; in Cincinnati four, and
in St. Louis one. .
, .V. ,a5UA7aJi'/XHA . ..' '
Tas TOLLO WINO ANECDOTE merits being put on
record; it is so seldom we find men disposed to
do good by stealth, A learned man of great merit,
whose loss Germany still deplores, wrote some
years ago to a bookseller, M. Vosa, of Berlin, that
in order to form a new plan of life, he wanted the
sum of fifteen, hundred dollars, . He knew well, he
said, that his correspondent could not draw it out
of h ia trade, but entreated him to procure it him
for six years, though on a very high interest.
The bookseller deliberated about it with a friend.
A circular letter was written, in which, without
naming the learned man, the rich wero invited to
bring ?ua sum together. The privy counselor
WLOMSR. signed it, and pud himself a hundred
dollars ; Count HE?ZJJXHO, and another, esteemed
minister of the king, did the annie; almost the
whole of the remainder was subscribed by Jew
houses, many of which are the first banking-houses
in Berlin, and very eager to seize every opportu?
nity of showing their philanthropy. It is easily
to be conceived that men who could determine to
advance money to an unknown person thought of
nu interest, and left it entirely to his moans or
integrity whether he would repay them or not.
Sometime afterward a new circular announced the
death of GEORGE FOSTEB, the person assisted, ad?
ding, that he had left means from which the Bum
lent him might be collected.
FirrEE? HABS AGO there was no more popular
band of performers in their line than Buckley's
Serenaders. Q. S WAYNE BUCKLEY was a host in
himself. As "end-man" and bone player, many
considered him superior to Os?nos CUBIST Y;
while he had a unique faculty of turning spoons,
combs and pieces of brown paper into musical in?
struments, and discoursing thereon in a very en?
tertaining manner. FBEDEBICE BUCKLEY was a vio.
lin player and composer of more than average
ability; while B. BISHOP BUCKLEY (Pompey) was
to negro minstrelsy what BENTON and PLAOXDB
were to the comic drama. Anything more lu?
dicrously imbecile than the simple expression of
countenaucJ with which Pompey would set about
the solution of a conundrum does not live in our
memory, and the utterly absurd irrelevance of
his reply, delivered with rerfect placidity and un?
consciousness, threw everybody, save himself,
into fits of laughter. His death is among recent
items of intelligence. Ho lea vt. -. behind him many
LSQUIEY m KAI? in South Carolina of the Round
Table of June 8, for fajts and dates in the Uves of
WILLIAM JOHNSON, of South Carolina, and THOMAS
TODD and BOBEBT TBIMBLE, of Kentucky-all of
whom were formerly associate justices of the Su?
preme C ourt, and of JOHN BODOERS, who was Sec?
retary of the Navy in 1823-by CHABLES LAUMAN,
of Georgetown, D. C., to whom information on
these subjects may be addressed.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-Thc DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at the end^
of each week, agreeably to the following
sectios} of the New Postoffice Law, as thc]
newspaper having the largest circulation in
thc (fy 9pCh?rtesten:
8XOTIOR A And be lt farther enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for lo any Postoffloe in any city,
town or Tillage, where a, newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only bi the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest, eire uta rion within range of delivery of tho said
A3~ AU communications intendedfor publication in
i (his journal mus? be addressed to the Editor of the
, Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, 8. C.
; Business Communications io Publisher of Daily
We cannot undertake lo re'- ' rn rejected communica?
Advertisements outside af the city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1867.
.JOB. VOE*.-We have now completed our
office BO aa to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and wo |
most respectfully ask tho patronage of our
THEN AJVD HOW.
?"Orthodoxy is my doxy," holds good in
politics quite as much as in theology. As long
ss a man agrees with us he is right, but the
moment his convictions lead him to au opinion
or course, in the least deviating from a parallel
to ours, he is wrong; his judgment is question?
ed, his honesty is suspected. In short, he is
alt i g thor considered in a bad way. We
have seen this process extensively exemplified
among our Northern brethren within the last
five or six years. Staunch. Republicans of
'60 and '61 are now called conservatives and.
ey en copperheads, and this, too,, perhaps, with?
out ha?ing taken any retrograde step in their
political course. But this putting under ban,
reading out of the church or party is not
confined to the North. We saw something of
it during the war. . The moment any one of our
popular leaders halted in his course, and ven?
tured to hint even the faintest doubt of the
ultimate success of the cause, he was in danger
of losing his (official)bead; not from the dii ma?
jores, but from his other'masters, the people.
How idle'!' therefore, and utterly false, the oft
repeated assertion that secession and Ute persis?
tent adherence to the Confederacy was the
work of the leaders and not of the people.
! Whin Senator HILL, in 1863 or 1864,
in a speech he made in Georgia, contem?
plated the ultimate failure of the South in the
struggle in which she was then engaged, he was
looked upon aa a dangerous man, a "slippery
^ellowV-r-'ia man of no stability," etc. When
ALEX. H. STEPHENS-never a secessionist at
heart-counselled concession and an accept?
ance of the terms offered by Mr. LINCOLN, thero
wer o few who could either see wisdom or states?
manship in that advice. No. They were
character ir ed as time-servers and trimmers.
We could enumerate many more, but these will
suffice to illustrate our point. When the war
was over, we wero not much wiser, though we
had'paid high for/ the exp?rience. The terms
offered us by Congress .are not such aa, we
should have lilted, such aa we even had reason
te/expect; in bur opinion, they are, as we re?
marked yesterday, both unwise and unjust;
still ive are not, in a position to dictate, or even
to choose. We can only submit; and having no
other alternative, it would seem to us much
wiser to submit quietly and with a good grace,
This course has been counselled by nearly
all the foremost leaders of public opinion in
the South. Many of the principal journals
have adopted this line of policy, and nearly
every ode of the distinguished Generals of the
late Confederacy-those who illustrated her |
annals by their deeds, of brilliant and valorous
daring, who stood, highest in the confidence
and affection of the people-have, in the public
prints, advised their friends and former fellow
sb]diers to lay by every vestige of lingering re?
sentment ; to let the dead past bury its dead
?with renewed energy to act in the living pres?
ent-to accept the proffered terms in good
faith, and go to work with heart and hand, and
an honest good will, in the reconstruction of
'oar ?tricken country. This is the key note to
the letters of Generals LIE,'HAMPTON, Hoon,
LONGSTREET, HARDES, JOE JOHNSTON, BEAU
EEQARD, and of many others less widely known;
and we are glad to be able to say, that we
believe their advice ha* been well received,
and is being generally followed,
i True there are some who hold a different
view fa still appeal .to constitutional rights, take
counsel of their hopes, and believe in a speedy
change of the balance of political power in the
country by recent and prospective Democratic
gains in Congress. The Supreme Court, lately
appealed to for an injunction, is no longer re?
lied on as a probable source of relief. We find
no fault with leading men or with newspapers
for persisting in upholding a. different opinion
from what we consider a wise and a sound
policy at this time,. hut we deprecate the
style bf criticism adopted hy them, when dis?
cussing our views, or those of the men who
think with us.
General LONGSTREET has perhaps been most
exposed to their attacks. Almost daily we find
obscure country papers affect a pitying, pat?
ronizing air, speaking of defeat having turned
the brave General's head ; saying that LONG?
STREET was a good fighter, but he is no politi?
cian, etc. The same course is pursued in ref?
erence to all the other generals, who have pub?
lished their views. A man's being a soldier, a
successful and distinguished soldier, in our!
opinion is not in itself prima facie evidence
that he is devoid of common sense, and not en?
titled te an opinion in matters of state. On
the contrary, we believe, it will be more usu?
ally found, that the successful soldier is a man'
who has a remarkable aptitude for business, in
its widest, as in its narrower acceptation. We
are not hero worshippers, and would not make
soldiers our civil rulers in ordinary times. But
it is otherwise now. The late war took within
its all embracing Bweep every man in the coun?
try, of whatever grade or capacity ; excepting
only a few dozen professional politicians.
Those who rose to high places in the army suc?
ceeded by reason of their talent, their knowl?
edge, their character, and their faculty for
governing men. All excellent qualifications
General LONGSTREET has written two letters,
both of which we reproduced in the NEWS.
The last addressed to Mr. J. M. G. PARKER,
gave rise to an editorial in the New Orleans
Times, calculated to prejudice the General tu
the eyes of the public ; and he therefore next
day wrote a third letter, explanatory of his
second. As we have already published the se?
cond letter, we now append the last, from w hich
it will be seen that the General has cast olf all
prejudice, and fairly and squarely meets the
new issue :
NEW ORLEANS, LA., June 7, 18C7.
To the Editor of (he N. 0. Times-In your paper
of yesterday I notico the following paragraph,
viz : "There is another very extraordinary case ex?
hibited in the publicat ion of a letter from one of the
bravest and stoutest of the late Confederate Gene?
rals, who gives in his adhosion to a party whoso
whole policy seems to bo one of vindictive perse?
cution and abuse of his late confederates in
I think that this paragraph is calculated to mis?
lead the public as to my views and my motives. If
my letter had boen published with the strictures,
I should have had no cause ol complaint. Or if you
had explained that its whole tenor was expressive
of a desire to relieve my "late confederates in
arms" of the unnatural condition in which they
have been placed by the progress of revolution, ?
should offer no complaint or explanation upon
I am well satisfied that order cannot be organ?
ized out of confusion as long as the conflicting in?
terests of two ponies are to be subserved. The
var was made upoc Republican issuos.'and it seems
to me fair and just tnsx -he settlement should be
This conviction, together with tho views express?
ed in my letter, and your invitation, in March last,
to express my opinions upon politics, are my ex?
cuses for speaking and for making the concessions
tiiay? think due, and Tor offering my counsol to
If.-I understand the object of politics, it is to ro
bew>the distress of thepeople, and to provide for
thew future comfort. Tho course that I advise
wilKbe sure to meet this view, and do justice to ail.
In. ames of great ease and comfort I should not
Tn-efHne to interfere with politics, no matter whit
technicalities or special p'eadiugs might be adopt?
ed by parties. But those aro unusual times, and
call for practical advice.
If the paragraph that I have quoted had. refer?
ence to myietter, I ask that you will do me the
favor to jjublish titis and my letter as soon as you
may find convenient space for them. . -
I remain, very respectfully,
Your most obedient servant,
tTTANTED TO PURCHASE A PAIR OF
IT good MULES. Inquire at thia office, or No. 8
HA M HOLL 8TBEET, on Satorday and Monday.
I Jone 15 2?
tANTED.-A 'TE?METEj?l ' CAW FIND
steady work ahdvgeod .wages by calling at thia
oCce. 2* June 15
VI - A VTED-S ALESMEV. EVERYWHERE
rr -Ladies a?a Gentlemen-$100 io $260 per month,
td sell the QFJIUINK COMMON-SENSE FAMILY SEW?
ING MACHrNU. Pri.ce only $18. Thia Machine will
stitch, hem, ieR, taos, bind," quilt, braid, and embroider.
The cloth cannot be pulled apart, even after cutting
across the seam every quarter of an Inch. Every
Machine warranted three years, f-end for circulars and
terms to agents, or call at MCDOWELL'S BLOCK, cor
n?rFourth and Green streets, Louisville, Ky.
! BLISS & McEATHRON,.
N. B-Please state what paper you see this card in.
June i tuthaSmo
itT/ANTED, A GOOD COOK, WASHER
Yr AND IRONER (white or colored), without chil?
dren, for a family of five persons. Enquire east side
RUTLEDGE AVENUE, six doors above Spring street.
?June ll a
\VTA\T?D.-ONE THOUSAND ACRES OF,
Tr undulating upland, within six miles of a Railroad
fetation, 600 or 600 aerea hoing cleared and f'Xtccd. A
navet tailing stream of water must command a high part
of the tract, and' the soil must be - a good productive
Mindy leam. A limestone or marl subsoil will be pr?t
forred. A moderate water power ls desirable. Apply
promptly to Mr. BRUNSDEN, Mansion House, Charles?
ton, S. (.'. _
J?StT Edgefleld Advertiser please copy and send account
QlMWEin iLLE RESIDENCE TO BEST
kj A pleasant House, south, side of Maine street, fifth
hpuao from Depot. Ii contains six plastered rooms, four
fireplaces. The kitchen is two stories, four rooms. The
lot and garden contains two acres. Bent by the year
$?5 a month. Apply to . ?
PRE38LEY, LORD A. INGLESBY,
[JnnelS tha2 No. 31 Broad street
SOHMS, IN A HOUSE DELIGHTFULLY
situated on South Bay, msw be had by respectable
families on very moderate terms. Apply at No. 10 HOI TH
?BAY. ? . : . :, ? : tnthaml Jonell
?> RENT, PART OF THE HOUSE No. 40
Wentworth street To a des 1Mole tenant tba ; ti rm a
bq aooqmmodatlng. \ ? : ... ., , i Juno Hi
rBENT, THREE VERY NICE ROOMS.
Win rent at low ratea to respectable persons. Also,
ajnioe Kitchen with two roams; can bemused.woUva stove.
Apply at No. 51 NASSAU STREEi, a few doors bom
nine. . . . ^-^-j^^rr^
AT PRIVATE SALK-THE STEAM TUG
"RbLIEF," built In Philadelphia In 1883. Length
si ty-slx(66ileetslx (dy inches; depth seven (7) feet
?readth of boam sixteen (16) feet Coppered to six (6)
et Hull and machinery In good ora cr.
A NEW STEAM PILE DRIVER-Length forty eight
(18) feet; breadth fifteen (16) feet; depth three (?) feet six
(ti) inoh?-s. Two (3) high pressure engines, six (6) loch
qybnder; twelve (12) inches stroke. Length of derrick
forty-eight (18) feet; space for logs fifteen (16) Inches.
Flat's bottom sheathed with hcaw sine; propeLed by her
Own power. Speed four (1) miles per h mr.
For terms, which shall be liberal, apply to
J NO. FERGUSON,
June 15 atnthS_Accommodation Wharf
T PRIVATE SALE.-ONE ia HORSE
POWER STEAM ENGINE for sale low for cash,
pp'yto MILLIGAN A SON,
Juno 3 A, 8, ll, 15 No. 33 Vendue Rango.
?7WR SALE, THE SLOOP RIGGED FI8H
? INO SMACK EMMA. For particulars, apply to
: McBKIDE k CAMPBELL, foot of Market street
; June 13 , _ . y ?. 8?
JniOR SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Jj Seats, polo and shaft Also, a set of dobbie and
single HARNESS, . all m good order. Dan be soen and
bargained tor cash os a time note at thirty dayv at No.
tl Lynch street May IT
T OST, A LIGHT BROWN HALF BULL
'I J DOG, with cut oars, a white ring around the neck,
and white in the. breast, also has an extra claw on one
bind foot, and answers to the name of "JACK," Five
dollars reward will be paid il left at the coiner of AHB
LET AND BEE STREETS. 8? June ll
f OST, ON THE EVENING OF THE ?9T >
L?J but., a valuable filagree gold BROOCH, Inlaid with
pearls. Should the same be offered for aale, lt la ra?
il uoated that u may be stopped. A reward will be patt
jror itsTecovery. Ap^ly ac THIS OFFICE June 1
GREENVILLE, S. C.
BOARDING.-MRS. 8. 0. LAVAL, WIDOW OF LATE
Major Wai. LA TAX, ls prepared to accommodate
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS In Green?
ville on tho most liberal terms. Tho patronage of the
travelling pabilo ia solicited.. stuthC* Jhnt-8
]EXCELLENT HOARD, AT VERY* LOW
l? ' 'rates, in the most central business part of tho ci ty,
without lodging, in a private house, ?an now be had,
For particulars address "X L," Postomce. May 16 "
T)0ARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOM?
I JD with good BOARD can bo had on Immediate appli?
cation to No No. 60 CHURCH STREET, west side, near
fTradd street Terms reasonable, June 13
CITY BILLS ! CITY BILLS!
CITY OF CHARLESTON BILLS
State f South Carolina Bouda
Bonds, Coupons, Stocks, of all kinds
Bought at highest prices by
AND dBW M. MORELAND,
June ll 3 Broker, No. 8 Broad street
8. A. LAMBEET,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. ?wkirk,
No 127 READE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON,
tO- Agency tor EXTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. All orders sent will bo promptly at ended
to. Rmo* TWeml-cr 18
EXCELSIOR I EXCELS 10ii 3
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
TO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itself ss being an almost In
dispenslble article to female beauty, ls easily applied,
dose not bum or injure the skin, but acta directly on thc
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating tho same, leaving the
skin solt smooth and natural 'ibis is the only arri?le
used by the Frc non, and is the only real eil ec wal depila?
tory in existence. Price 76 cents per package/ post?
paid ta any address, on receipt of an order, by
BERGER, SHUTTS k CO., Chemists,
March SO ly No. 285 River st, Troy, N. V.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 5237 KING STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
C harleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of th. Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Woods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express,
all CASH ORDERS will be prompUg attended to.
February M ly
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
Crrr F"T, November 9,1666. I
ALL PERSON? DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TSE
Burnt Dlstriots and Waste Places of tho City, un?
der "An Act ot the General Assembly, givng authority
to the Oity Council of Charleston to proceel in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans can be obtaiued at the office of the Clerk
of Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU applications must bo.'" d in the above mentioned
Office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to co?
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor- W. H. SMITH,
November 16 V'lerk ot Counod.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Keetioa 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies tor tho ye ir 1867," ls published for the information
of persons selling ooods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ol this city. All such persons are hereby
notitl^d to report at this office.
"Three dollars on overy hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by rwns not ros iden ts, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Council
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C.. May 1, 1307. J
rE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosure's, vaults, Atc, will commence ou Monday
next, Ot Inst Owners and occupants are hereby required
to see that their premises are in good condition and that
nil filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor G AH. LAUD.
C. B. BTGWALD.
. E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
?TAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
1 street to No. TT CHURCH STREET, near 8t
shad's Alley. August 81
?le 5Kitfl??eber biefe? SJereintf fin* etfucyt, fid) morgen
?enntag) 9toa)tnittag um 5 Uf>r in iljrem 8ota(e ni einer
pejieucn Cerfamm?ung einjufinben. 23ie Committee f?r
?a? $ic?9lic teirb ?bren Sertit abftatten. Om auftragt
>e? ?r?ftbenten, ft. SBisb?eim,
June lg.... 1. getretat.
ORANOB LODGE NO. 14, A. F. BI.
AN EXTRAVCOMMUNIOATION OF THTJB LODGE
will be held This [Saturday) Evening, at Masonic
Ball, at 6'clock. Candidatee for the Master's Degree win
]By order W. M. WM. A. GIBSON,
jana la 1 Secretary.
PAL. STET TO GUARD CHARITABLE ASSO?
?N EXTRA MEETING OF THU ASSOCIATION
will be held at the Masonic Hah, This Evening,
instant, at 8 o'clock.
By order. P. WARREN MoGEE,
?June 15_1_Secretary P. G. C. A.
^RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
iodation will be held This Evening, at Mamnnin
t 8 o'clock.
?Arrears received during the day at No. 18S Meeting
street, and at the Hall before hour of meeting.
v' ? - WM, B. BTEEDMAN,
?Juna IB-- ' - ^1- . Secretary and Treasurer.
Ct^LRLESTON ALMS HOUSE*
N ELECTION. TO FILL THE PLACE OF CLERE
L. and DOORKEEPER at thia Institution will take
place on Wednesday, the 19th inst | Candidates wUl hand
in their letters to the Muter, at the Alms House, on or
before that dat. He will also supply all necessary infor?
mation of salary, duties, Ac.
H. W. DaSAUSSUBB,
' j i Secretary Board Commissioners of Poor.
. Juna 13. .... ' i . . ... ._ 6
! FOREIGN IM?I6?ATI0N.
ti-g THERE WAS A DISAGREEMENT TN THE. NO?
J\. TICKS given in the papers relative to the last meet?
ing, for the purpose of an co ur aging Foreign Immigra?
tion, notice is given that there will be another meeting,
at Florance, S. C., June 23d, and that the dtlssns of Dar?
lington and adjoining Districts are invited to attend.
Jane 10 ' " . ' JOHN J. JAMES, Seore.ary.
THIS EV ENI N G, JUNE 15, 1867,
eOME AND SEE THE HABMQNEAN8 TO-NIGHT.
An unrivalled exhibition of Burlesques, Witticisms,
Songs, Dances, 4c. " ' ,
Admission CO cents-Reeerv?d Seats 75 cents.
Tickets to be obtained at the Hotels and at the doer.
JunelS_ _; .1
&cutid)tv druberHci)c SBimfc
, Sine 2anj.<?3art? LE bi tier @efe4fd)aft nure am Wita o di
ten 19tea b. Tl. auf Womit ^Icafant ftattfinben. Slat
Qoat ttirb som 9Baxfet<6tr. SDbarf um 1 ttbr 9faa)mtttag?
ujib um 9 Ubr ?nenb? ?en SWount %> leaf ant abfafiren. 2>ie
OTitglieber frnb freunb(id)ft erfnebt iiej recht jablreid) einjn
finbeu. eintritt $1. ^?ffage 2? Oent?.
Die ?om Butte?: ?. Wende, O. ?t tig Dei mes, SD. Willer.
Jun?is . i -
T7HH7ND, A MEMORANDUM BOOK CON
J. TA IN INO pap rs and letter*, which the owner can
have by paying expenses. , Apply at THIS Os FICE.
June ll_ *.'.'..
FO WNO, ON THE .HORNING OF THE Sd
Inst, a POCKET BOOK, which the owner can have
by proving prop arty and paying fox advertisement?
' June A' ' . i" '
THE FIRM OF PARKER k CHILD IB THIS DAY
dissolved by mutual consent.
N. G. PARKER
\T/R. N. G. PARKER WILL CONTINUE THE BUSI
lvJL NESS, and settle the affairs of the late firm.
June IA 6 N. G. PARKER, No. 103 East Bay.
rE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE BUSTING
under the name of EPSTTN A Z EM AN SKY is this
day dissolved by its limitation.
June 7 & ZBMANSKY.
?HMO VAL.--THE OFFICE OF THE
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has
been removed from over the old Bank of Charleston to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
May 26 _'
NORTH CAROLINA MILITARY AND POLY?
A GREAT SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND
A. PHYSICAL SCIENCES, together with languages,
literature, Political Economy, History, Ac.
The Secend Session, Ninth Academic Year, opens July
1st, 1867. Diplomas conferred upon Gradu?tes In the
regular course. _ .
A special course of ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE
and DRAWING, ia offered to those who wish to qualify
themselves tor civil Engineers, Lawyers, Aa, end do not
desire to pursue other * radies.
A Commercial Course given io those who wish tb pre?
pare lor business Life.
No military duty except enough drill for healtly exer?
cise. Expenses moderate.
For circulars, containing fuTJ particulars, address
Gs?. R. ? COI STON,
Superintendent, Hillsboro, N. C.
May 36 tu thais
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MBS. NICHOL?, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
out during the past fifteen j ears a resident m
Europe, ls desirous of giving instruction in the French
Language, eituer at nor own residen M or at the houses
of her pupils.
Inquire st Mrs. FINNE Y'S. Na 190 King street
FOR THE 'MILLION I.!
IWILL SEND, POST-PA?D,-: 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the most celebrated Actors for 60 coats; 60 Actresses
l?r60oents; 60 Union,Generals for .60 cants; 60 Rebel
Generals for 60 cents; 60 Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 beau?
tiful young Ladies tor 60 cents; 60 nne-'ooking your
Gentlemen for 60 cents; 0 huge Photographs of Pre?e
Dancing Girls, in costume, beautifully colored,.exactly as
they appear, for -ta cen? ; or for 60 cents, 6 of tho most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
iippear in the.play of the Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden.
New York. ".>_. ?
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177, Tr Yt N. Y.
May 13 ._ .Jar
Ohl she was hca*Ttifnl and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose curling tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Ol 038V Kinglet? or Heavy Masa ive
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADDS I AND GENTLE?
MEN eau beautify themselves a tboasand-fold.
lt is the only article in tho world that will curl straight
bair, and at the same time ?ive it a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, but
Invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; ls highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, and IA the moat complete article ot
the kind ever offered to tho Amt rican publia The
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, scaled and
postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
Na 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
Maroh 30 lyr
WHITE HR ?US,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
WATERING PLACE, having gone to great expense
rince the last season, irAchsnglng the position of and re?
pairing the cO'TTAGES,\rading the Walks and erecting
new Buildings, together with many other improvements,
will open THE SPRINGS) for the reception ot visitors on
Saturday, June 1st, 1867.
Being situated in the northwestern part of the State,
In a country remarkable for its beautty and healthful?
ness, these, together wi th the virtue? ot the Waters, make
lt one of the most desirable WATERING PLACES in the
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS are the White and Blue Sulphur;
Chalybeate, and they possess all t ie finest nn?Udes ot
these waters, and are sovereign remedie? ?or all diseases
Df the LIVER, BOWELS, SToMAOn and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRDNGs are accesslbb by any of the roads lead?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., and r.t that peint the Western
North Carolina Railroad will convey visitors to Hickory
Station, at which place conveyances ore always In attend
moe to take them to THE SP BINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of the Medial College of Virginia, will be
tt THE SPRINGS the entire Season, and invalids may
rely upon good attention.
Having again secured the servie1"? of Mrs, WBENN,
md made ample arrangements for kecj-'ug a GOOD
TABLE, and the best Wines, Liquors and Segars, and
laving engaged Smith's Band for he Season, we safely
promise to all every convenience for pleasure, eomfort
id amusement that may be desired.
BOARD PER MONTH.8f>0 00
BOARD PER WEEK. 18 OO
BOARD PER DAY. 3 00
ci? lld ron ander 7 years of ?ge o nd Ser?
rants Half Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
Orrie* CUBX or Council, 1
May 1867. J
The following 8 codon of " An Ordinance to abolish the
kihee Of Superintendent of Streets ; to provide for Koep
ng the Strata, Lenee, Alleys, and open Courts in the
.Uty of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes, " is
leroby published for the Information of all concerned :
For the due protection of the said con tractor or con?
noto?, ii is further ordained, That every owner, lessee,
iccupant and tenant of any premises n-ontang in any
itieet, lane, alley, or open court, shall ou every day
Sundays excepted) have tho dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
i Cal. placed in front of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
leap, and in readiness for the contractor, by the hour of
?ven o'eloek, A. M., tro m the first day of May to the
irs s day of November in every year ; and by the hour of
lino o'eloek, A. M., Crem the first day of November to
he first day of May following. And any person offend
ag herein, or placing any dirt filth, garbage, or other
'Hal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, after the
tours above named, shall be subject to a fine not leas
han two nor more than five dollars, for each and every
'Senes, to bo imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 16_Clerk of Connell.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RE TURN sT^
OFFICE OF THE CUY ASSESSOR, \
Crn Hsu., June 1st, 1887. ?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
that the Monthly Returns for the month of May
>ast, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified ott
he 28th day of December, I860, must bs made on or be
ore tho 10th instant D. a GIBSON,
June 1 13 OfSy Assessor.
No. 199 King street.
T)RIOB TO TAKING STOCK, WE WILL SELL O?B
17 CHOICEST SELECTION OF
?DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
AT and BELOW COST, for cash, for thirty ?lay? colly,
I a commencing Jana lat.
MELCHERS & MI LLER,
ITo. 199 EKG STREET.
June 1 Htuthlmo
! M ll LIN ERY, ETC.
WILL BE OPENED
! MONDAY, May 27th.
ANEW AND ELEGANT ASSORT ME N T OF FASH?
IONABLE GOODS, eomprining many novelties,
which nave been purchased since the late declije in
pri?es,- and will be add Tory tow. Customers will
please call and examine. -
Np, 423 mug Street.
M?7'J6 : ... : atnthlmo
BOOTS AND SHOES.
TO BE SOLD
0RH?I.V1L COST PRICE.
KING AND GEORGE STREETS.
A SPLENDID STOCK
:: i. : ; j
. . J i ' OF: '?
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
? '. ' ' " ? ra i la E '. .
PEBSONS WISHING BAHRAINS HAD BETTER AP?
PLY at once, as the Stock will be removed in
thirty days. the tn8 . June 6
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
XJ7JLL A T TEN D TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
Yr SHIirMENT ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. RI CE, LUMBER AND NA VAL STOKES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. B. C.
E. WILLIS..;.A B. CJHISOLM
October_? . >; .. ? >_
"W?&W W? MER.
rDB WATER OF THIS SPRING- IS BELIEVED TO
be unequalled by that of any other in the tar-famed
valley of Saratoga Its virtues are such as have secured
it the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess?
ing, as it does, in sn eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. P., Professor
Practice of Fhyrh:, Jefferson Medical College, Phils,
delphia, formerly of Charleston Jk 0.
Pnn-ADKLPtuA, November 16, I860.
I have been for a year or more past in the habit cd
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my invalid hie
to use the diff?rent waters of tbs several fountains which
boll up along that remarkable valley, dependent, indeed,
upon them lor mach of the comfort I enjoy, I am satis?
fied that th? Excelsior Water isas well adapted as any
other eavoag .thain, if not more so, to the purposes lor
which they are generally employed. ' It ta vary agreeable, .
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively and
sparkling. * * . lean heartily and conscientiously'!
recommend lt to all who need a gentle cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENEY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water is pat up In Pint and -Quart bottles, and
packed in good order for shipping, Pinta in boxs? ol
roar Cozen each, and Quarts in oozes of two dozen each
SOLD AT WHOLESALE ET
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
No. 1*3 ?q?BTIRG STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
DOWIE & MOISE,
-No. Ul MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 Gmo
Th are cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to gi est and to small;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare,
Ia free for all, and ad may be fair.
By the use of ? - >
Tor Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect prepaiadon in use, for
giving the akin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, SaLownssa. Eruptions,
and all hnpuritiea of the alan, kindly healing the same
leaving the skin whits and clear as alabaster. Its use
cannot be delected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It 1* the
only article or the kind used by the French, and is con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfeet
toilet, Upwards of 80,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its offleacy. Price
only 76 cents.' Sent by math post-paid, ou receipt ol an
order, by 01_
BERGER, SHOTTS k CO., Chemists,
286 Elver Sh, Troy, N. Y.
"Prevention is Better than Cure. *
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
toe French Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
Infallible antidote against infection from Special Diseases.
This invaluable preparation ls suited for either sex, and
us* proved, from ample experience, the most efficient
and .'?liable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting
desi ii ic* tum long sought for in the Medical World,
used recording to directions every possibility of danger
may bs avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralise the venereal virus, expel all Impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Be w se m time, and at a very small outlay, save hours of
unto d bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted in
the Old World, ls new offered for sale for the first time in
America by F. A. DUPOUT k CO., only authorized
Agent? for the United Statss.
Price 23 por bottle. Large bottle, double size, $6.
The usual discount to the trade. Sent, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with dlres
tions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DTJPOBT k CO.,
Sols Agents for Dr. Blcord's P. L.,
Mjgja_ lyr No. 12 Poid Street, New York.
WHAT ISA COUGH 1 TI IS SOMETHING THAT
needs Dr. C. O. GARRISON'S EXPECTORANT at
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PEE BOTTLE.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. Ul
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
-! BOWIE & MOISE,
80UTHEBN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 161 Meeting street, opposite Charleston HotcL
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
Abu- e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
eek'listed authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Hom*
Am '?em en ts, kc
Al. the MONTHLY MAQAZINE8, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived 'or the sam?.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL. November 8
GROCERY ANC IVIIPCCLI?KEO?S.
SIDES, SHOULDERS, ?C.
?rr HHDS. BIBBED,C. B. AND CLEAR SIDES
?M hilde. Choke Shoulden
80 bbb. Stripe
60 bbl?. No. 'a 1. 3 end 3 Meckerei
60 bbl?. P. M. Pork
60 begs Prime Bio Coffee.
In store and for aale low by
JEFFOEPS * CO,
JUBO 15 I ..._No. 30 Vendue Bange.
BAGS AND HAT.
I O /"I A A PBTME SECOND HAND WHEAT BAGS,
L*4?\J\J\J warranted in good order, and of tbs
same kind I use myself, lo cents for two bushel, ind 19
cents for three bushel. f | ts
100 bales Prune N. B. HAT. .
For ade low to close consignment by
June 36_a . ? F. W. OLAU38EN.
WANTED, 1000 BBLS. NEW HUSH POTATOES TO
The highett market price paid. _"
KINSMAN k HOWELL,
June 14 fl_ Ka U8 East Bay.
WHEAT! WHEAT I W??E?T I
WYNTED-TEN THOUSAND BUSHELS PRIME
Ten thousand bushels prime red Wheat, fl .
For which the highett market price will be paid by
STENHOUSE A CO.,
No. 110 East Bay,
?Jane 13_thswS_Charleston, i 0.
< WHEAT BAGS FOB SALE.
-i A AAA W?W TWO BUSHEL BURLAPS BAOS,
JLU-l/UU of different qualities, suitable for ahlp
ptng Wheat For sale by STENHOUSE k CO.,
Juno 13_thatoi_No. 110 East Bay.
CALIFOftNIA WINE COMPANY.
J (CfCOBPOBAZZS SOVEiOBEB 1, 1866.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Nap?
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 907 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, & O.
HOCK, SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Portwine Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne lin quart?). Sonoma Cham?
pagne (in pinta, 34 In a ossa) tn wood and glass. '
j April 30 ? tsthssmoe
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
Nb. 26 VENDUE BANGE,
OFFER FOR SALK?
OA HHDS. CHOICE CI EAS SIDES
?\J 10 hhda Ohoise C. R. Sides
30 hhda. Plantation b culdara
30 hhda. Prime Shoulders.
Tierces Fitch k Son's SUGAR-CURED HAMS
Tieroes Palm tto Hams
Tierces Nen* Bama
Tierces Plain Cured Hams
Candies, Molasses, Salt kc, kc
t>0 packages Lard._rta th*_June 8
?GE w. mm & co.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. O.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 147 MALDEN LANE, NEW TOBE.
May 7 JJ : . tnthateo
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY !
FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE
2\? ASO UIO
?<cv?l ... . i .' : ? u.'\ M BOJ .
W. W, BOYD & CO., Managers.
JAMES KE?E, Manager's Agent for Charleston.
mm L1CGIRLATTJRE OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA,
1 at its last session In D?cember. 1866, granted a
Lottery Privilege to Deputy Grand Maate r W. W. BOYD,
of Atlanta, Qa.; (and other grantees,) for the benefit of
the widows and orphans in the state, and to ereotaad
endow sn institution to be called the
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
who hse associated with himself in the discharge of thia
duty aa Managers, several of the most eminent, wealthy
and influential men in Georgia, wno hare accepted the
sacred trust. . ...,Tr
The high and honorable ch racier of these gentlemen,
the unwearied seal In Indefatigable labor and heartfelt
devotion of Deputy Grand Master BOYD, the principal
max ager m thia cause, ls a Sufficient guarantee ' that 'the
Lottery wUl be conducted In a lair, open and Just man?
ner. The proceeds of the Lottery, less the current ex?
penses, have to be applied to the building and endowing
of the SAI' - 5
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,e
and being devoted exclusively to such a charitable pur?
pose, permission has been granted by the Commit el oners
of Internal Revenue of the Treasury Department 11 Wash?
ington, to draw said Lotteries exempt from all charge,
whither from a pedal tar or other duty
Hundreds of thousands of friends, of the Maso ola Fra?
ternity in the United States, and all good citizens, win be
rejoiced to see the
"MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME"
erected and endowed, and be the pride and glory of the
Grand Fraternity, for the great institution of
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONRY .
hovers, like God's Angel of Mercy, over the widows and
orphans. It ministers its loving charities to those In
want sud its principles of liberality, brotherly love and
charity win endure for ages, and their binding force bs
strong aa Unka of steel
TO BE DRAWN
IN OPEN PUBLIC
Wednesday, Jane 19th 1807-( Lass C.
Wednesday, Joly 17th, 19G7-Class D.
SCHEME THE SAME FOB EACH MONTH.
1 Prize of....$60,000 ls.$50.000
1 Prise Of. . 20,000 is.i. 20,000
1 Prize f. 10,000 ls. 10,000
1 Prize of. 6,000 is. 6,00o
1 Prize of.. J.500I ' anno
1 rise of.. 2,600) ??. 5'000
24 Prizes of. 600 are.... 12,000
66 Prizes of. 360 are. 13,760
1.0 Prizes of.,.. VKWare..... 26,000
160 Prizea of. 100 are.16,000
9 Approximation Prises of $600 each for the
nine remaining units di the same ten of the
No. dr-wing the ?60,000 P ixe are. 4,600
9 Approximaiiug Prizes of $260 each for the
nine it main trig um ts oi tho same ten of the
No. drawing the ?2o,000 Prize are. 2,260
9 Approximation Prizes of $200 each for the
nine remaining units of the same tan of the
No: drawing tue tlo,000 Prize ara. 1,900
9 Approximation Prizea of $100 each tor the
nine remaining milts 0. the same ten of the
No. driwlng tbe $6,000 P, ixe are.. 900
18 Approximation Prize* of $100 cash for the
nine remaining units of the same ten of the
Nos. drawing the $2,600 Prizes are. - 1,800
424 Prizes amounting to. .$iea, ooo
Whole Ticket $12 ; Halves, $6; Quarters, $3; Eighths.
49-All tie Prizes above stated are drawn at every
OF THESE GREAT LOTTERIES AM)
EXPLANATION OF DRAWINGS,
The numbers from 1 to 30,000 corresponding with the
numbera en the Tickets, are printed on separate tilpa of
paper, and encircled with small tubes and placed ia a
glass wheel-all the prises In accordance with tte
boheme, are similarly printed and encircled, and placed
in another glees wheel. The wheels are then revolved,
and two boys, blindfolded, draw the numbers and
prizes. One of the boys draws one number from the
wheel of numbera, and at the same time he otner boy
draws out 0 0 prize from the wheel of prizes. The num?
ber and prize orawn out are exhibited to the audience,
and whatever prize comes out ia registered and placed to
the credit of that number-and this operation is repeat?
ed until all tbe prizes are orawn out.
The Tickets are printed in the following style: They
ire divided into Eighths, printed on the tace or tho Ticket
3 Eighths bearing the same number consitute a Whole
Ticket Prizes payable without discount
W. W. BOTD k CO., Managers
Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to or?
ien by simply enclosing money with full address. AU
3rd era for Tickets and Schern ea and information to be
JAMES HEBB, Agent,
OFFICE NO. 20 BBOAD MB! ET,
June 14 Imo Charleston, S. C.
WILLIAM I & SON,
Beal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNS STREET.
OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OF POLICE, 1
CauaxBsxoir, 8. C., May 23, 1863. )
PARAGRAPH IL O ORDINANCE TO BEQUEATH
the "Cleansing of Privies and Vanita," forbids tte
iso of barrels ta open carts and wagons, and parties ap?
plying for Meanie are required to provide closed cana
tuitable for tbs purpose. All persons, therefore, who
[inrpoae taking jobs of the kind, are hereby required to
[iring their carts to main guard house for Inspection be?
ton applying for Heenes. C.B. HG WALD,
Mar 24 2mo Captain of Police.