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A groat portion of the pillars of Paris wo inun?
dated, in consequence of the saturation of the
.Orth, and because landlords will build double
cellars (cellars under cellars,) the lower being bo
low the drains of Paris.
The Prussian House of Lords has unanimously
adopted the Constitution of the North German
3 Oonfederation, notwithstanding ita provision for
' uni versal auftrage. Thia ia certainly one of the i
moat remarkable instances of the progresa of |
democratic institutions in Europe.
There is a great deficiency of lime in tho soil and
?tier of Oregon. The dentists are frequently
- called on to fill the teeth of children six and
eight years of age. The effect on the entire
bone system most be equally mischievous though
lia the eUver ?tofat! regions, where flowers are
rare, bricks are thrown on the stage, not as mis
aile3, but as compliments. And the bricks are not
elsy bricks, bat are "made without straw"-in fact
are silver bricks. An actress named ExaosBunt
received two of these substantial compliments at
Yiiginia City, Nevada, recently.
According to a Swiss journal, a means has?been
discovered of utilising cockchafers. Tho ?&afeUe
of Lausanne states that between four and five rad?
ions of these insects were recently sent to Friburg
for the manufacture of gas, and the residue forms
an exoetlent carriage groase.
A North Carolina paper says that that State
ought to send 18,900,000 worth of blackberries to
market. The county of Forsythe shipped $80,000
wea th of the fruit las t year. The blackberry grows
w?d in great abundance throughout the central
and western parta of the State.
A German and bia wife were arrested recently in
the Exposition, the former charged with fraudu?
lent bankruptcy. They were searched. "No
effects," was the reply of the search er, when the,
size of the lady's chignon caught bis attention, am* j
he pulled it oil It waa a nest of banknote?.
The visits of tho Presidents of the United S**6* ?
to tho city of Boston, eince the organizador ?* the
Government - have been as follows : ***>dent j
WAemrmmm, October Sa, 1789 ; Aunar* JACXSON,
June 21,1838 ; joana Trum, the dedia*?? of Bun?
ker HUI monument, in 1848 ; Jajtaa*- Pouc>Jtme
?,1847; MiLLia?FrxLXoax,Sar*6T06* 17.1851 ;
tad Axnaxw JOHNSON, June,y*
From the Atlantic teaboe* to Sacramento, by
tho railroad route, M three?01?*11* one hundred
and twenty-nine mites. ^ one thousand
eight hwndred and eijAP"*8T1 have been oom
pteaedaadiKrwmBU^-^?P^tion' Ieaviu? but
ijue tlamasniT rm?>ndiad **** fifty-two outee yet
to be built lt * confidently asserted that the j
gap will be flip* ?P tw0 7?*"
Qtofiit MASON, now engaged in clerical
, r tho Trod eg ar Iron Works, bas received
aa lieutenant in the French Foreign
? is ordered to report for duty in Algiers,
i emanates from his Imperial Ma
? NATQLEOH LU. Mr. MASON ie a son of the j
?te Eon. Jon X. Manoa, formerly United States j
aQuiater to France.
The exports af flour and grain from California
to the Atlantic States ls steadily on the increase.
Between the 10th of November and the last of ?
May hvst there were shipped from San Francisco,
tia the Isthmus, to Nsw York, 118,488 barrels of I
flocx and 5530 sacks of wheat Since the 1st of |
Jary, of iee* year, the total exports of breadatafib
from San Francine? ham been 413,756 barrait
flour, beaides large cruantitiej of wheat oatt and j
?< tm v S **
A British officer has been court-martialed in
Hor: durna on a charge of being responsible for In
??vi oaetarbances. Thia is aa exampte that might
be advantageously followed in our Western Terri- !
torie?. If the punishment tor savage outrages
oould ba visited upon tho law lees whites who pro
Toka, isa weil as the ignorant red men who
, them, we ahould soon have peace on the
The latest oensus of Paris gives a tomi popula?
tion of 3,450,916- the foreigners being about five
?ad a half per cent,, and divided aa follows: Ger?
mana, MJ73; Belgians, 83,088; Stitt, 10,687; Eng?
lish, 9306; Italians 7903; Hollanders. 6254; Ameri?
cana, 4*00; Polee, 4294; Spaniards ~2?36; Buoians,
ISM; Sandtoeviena, 684; Mold*-Wailaohians, 229;
Turka, 813; Greeks, 290; of various nationalities,
ML There were also of foreigners naturalised,
?karixari pointa out the curions tatt that the
oficial Ittrohjoarnala, in announcing the visits
of enplaned persons, generally mention the sum
afhich each ia expected to spend daring his cr ber /
etay in Paria. Lengih of pw? **e fairly supplant- I j
_tmtT mm VXjV^p- *i popular estimation. Sue I !
age ia coinmeraal, and the chivalry, to use ?com- I,
marmal tearo, ie at a discount The private bank ,
acoouit ia of more importance at present* than tho '
place in the Atmanach de Gotha. / j,
a The Austin (Nevada) Rece die ufa: "The oom- J i
I " yotaad nitro-glycerine, which bia a few months 11
ago filled the country nih disney from the effects J t
of ita terrible eiploaive force,appears .o be manu- h
factnred and employed no vf wi th as little danger as M
powder. It ia exohnhejf employed in the grand 11
operation of tunnellinsrthe summit of the Sierra I
Nevada for the railroad, and it found to be far a
Mm potent than any explosive agent hitherto I i
seed. The artic* ie produced on the ground." t
The exp?dition in search of Dr. LrrraottXOXB left j1
England ca\??iM lOtfc. It consists of only four per-J '
.ons: E. y. YOURS, who baa been entrusted with *
the eoTrr*^~ll BJCTRY FAULXNXB, and two expo-11
rienced men named JOHN Bain and JOHN BUCKLEY, j
one a mechanic, who travailed with Br. Livra o-1
aaron for tvro years and a Half in Zambesi, and the
other b seaman, acclimated on the etat coast of 11
/ Africa, aad tboroughly acqn ain ted with the nature y
of abe country and vrith the manners and habits of
the native population. Mr. YOUNO waa also a com?
panion of Sr. LirzausToxa on some of hit fermer IE
j ' eventful journeys, afr? FAULXNKB aooompanies I '
the expedition at his own request and expenso. 1
Arrangements have been made by the Philadel- j \
phia, Wihnrngton and Baltimore, and the Bela- I.
ware railroads, for running at least four fruit truing L
par day fer conveying the immense crop of irait j r
io the Pbiladehphia, Now York'and other markets j y
the barning seaenn. The railroad company etti- j j.
. matee the peach crop of Sent county alone at 800, L
?0 baakota. Thia ia, of course, oxclosive of all
that vast region tying* along the bay and creeks. IZ
Ia 1864. the year that is mentioned as the " heavy I c
crop," there was shipped from Smyrna 70,000 I a
baanttfi. This year tho railroad company gives I _
H? onoto of Sm vma at 200,000 basie ts. I "
Dst Judiciary Committee recently sent down to j r
Nashville a confidential person to ascertain the I.
relations that existed between J. Wans BOOTH j
and Pr?sidant Janane? when both were in Nash-1 *
- rifle during the latter part of toe war. After in- I ?
terrogating many prominent men ! of both parties, I
nothing further wat discovered than that BOOTH I f
nnd int then Military Governor of Tennessee had I '
ato to?ttBcaian with each other whatever. Apropos I ?
tot thia, a Naehvifle paper says: "Strange to re- I
ate, General GRANT, who knew that BOOTH was a L
rank rebel, and bad refused to take the oath, gave
bim a pase to go to New Orleans ia the early part ] I
of 1864, writing and signing the document him- I
A ease which ia puzzling the "sea-lawyers" of 11
the navy has just ooeurred on board her Majesty's I
?hip Phoebe, ti Plymouth. lt appears that same I
yootha had joined that ship as cadets or midship-11
men, tad, a^tordtog to t "time-honored custom" 11
in tnt OATJ, they were Beized by their older mess- ?
mates, and subjected to the proteus of having a Iv
mark of a broad arrow cut with a knife on the top 11
Of tnt note. The subject baa been pretty fully I ?
abaouatted to Parliament and the Press; and, sin- I i
gular to tty, a Wide discrepan cy of opinion exists I c
among the naval authorities on the subject, some 11
of them, denouncing it at a piece atrocious cruelty, I r
and others maintaining that, ts "a regular and I ti
time honored custom in her Majesty's navy," it F
ought to be cherish ed and perpetuated. Mr. COBBY IL
Atetad in the House of Commons on the 6th, that J c
ordert bsd been issued to prevent the recurrence 11
of tuen "practical jokes." a
A dispatch from Montreal say e til o Yoong Men's 11
Christian Convention reassembled at an early 11
boer on Saturday morning, the 22d alt. The Com-j 1
natte? on Credentials reported that the number of j t
aJaaaflaaaa present up to thia time ia over 60?. Theil
comrnittee on the report of the Executive Com? 1
mittee reported that the Executive Committee be r
jnttruoted to continue the publication of the I a
Quarterly ; the conespondence with foreign bodies 5
that tnt eoaumrttee do not issue more than ten 11
?xsaaaiaaiooa to delegates to the World's Conven- 0
tk? of Christian Associations at Paris, August ll, I i
1867. Mr. Taaxx, of Alexandria, Ta., said that r
having been born in the South, and ooming from I a
lt now, he tatt under obligations to say for his M
people, that they, the Christian people of bis s
?tatt, fett that a Christian spirit had not been 2
amfficiently powerful in years past In the Southern f
State councils. The people felt that they want re- j ;
constructing m a Christian spirit, and desire the S
prefers of their brethren here. Several other f
|enttenvm raado voiy j^teresting reporte. jj
OHABJVAEI SKETCHES the character of tho hto
Dr. JOBEBT ns LAIUULL?, ? French physician of
some note, in a vein at once humorous and kindly,.
The Doctor's name ?*? originally JonEaT, plain
and simple. But he followed tho example set him
by more than one French physician ia adding to
his patronymic the name of his native towu. At
first ho wrote his card, "Doctor JOBEET (do
LambaJk>)'" Presently the parentheses were
replaced by aa iaobtrnsive comma, as thus:
..Doctor JOBEET, de Lamballe." The final stop
?aa easily taken, .and the worthy physician
signed his prescriptions thereafter with tho name
of one of the ancient and princely families of
France. A student, whs understood his peculiari?
ties, applied to him to siga a certificate, drawn up
in this form: "I, the undersigned, Burgeon of the
Hotel Dieu, Professor in the Faculty, member ot
the Academy of Medicina, member of tho Instituto,
first*amgeoa to the Emperor, commander of the
Legion of Hoaor, Sec., Ac., Ac., certify, Ac" Dr.
JOBEBT read over the form with a pleased face,
aaci signed it, remarking^ at the same timo, to a
"bystander, " that young maa will succeed-" Ia
'his intercourse with students be would be very
good-natured and quiet for several hours together.
Then, a fancied inattention would vex him ; he
would scold himself into a toweriug passion and
aeem ready for any act of violence. The oaly
course ia Bach cases was to oot-ecold and out
threatea timi Uader tah? treatmeat he would
?tja in a few moments/ and never retained a
grudge. In consultation ho was as rudo as Dr.
ABERNETHY. It ebon** be added that ho made no
difference ia his conduct betwoea rich sad poor.
In surgery, he ho* a skill which amounted to ge?
nius. This ski? waa &t the service of tho poorest
patient, and ?iany aaocdotes testify to the good
heart which w*8 concealed aador this rough man?
ner. As in instructor JOBERT did not succeed.
Big utterance was at once monotonous and indis?
tinct *?d his grammar was quite at variance with
tb*. A the Academy. Bat he knew his profession,
?mo could not teach it in set lectures. One proof j
of this is tho fact that he left property to tho value
of 3,000,000 francs.
IN a RECENT number of Chamber's Journal we
find a very interesting sk otc h entitled "A Natural?
ist's Home," descriptive of Walton Hall, near
Wakefield, in England, the rosidenco of the late
CHARLES W ATES TON, aa cocoatric naturalist, who
made his home a city of refuge for all persecuted
birds, a sanctuary inviolate from aet aad snare,
aad gua. An intimate associate and fervent admirer
of bis, Dr. FJCHARD HOBSON, has gi von to the world
aa account of this ornithological asylum, a brief
epitome of which we fiad ia the paper before us,
from Chamber's Journal, There was ao end of
curiosities on these grounds, both of nature and
of art, but we have room here only for tho follow?
ing tutus natures, oae of the most remarkable
illustrations ever met with of the latent powers of J
nature. She worketh ia siloace, but with force !
irresistible. Walton Hall had at one time its owa
corn mill, and when that inconvenient aecessity
no longer existed, the mill stone was laid by ia aa
orchard and forgotten. Tho diameter of this circular
atone measured five feet and a half, while its
depth averaged seven inches throughout, and its
central bola had a diameter of eleven inches. By
mere aeoilenw some bird or squirrel had dropped
the fruit of the albert tree through this hole to the
earth, and in 1812 the seedling was seea rising up
through that unwonted channel Aa its trunk
gradually grew through this aperture aad increas?
ed, its power to raise the ponderous mass of stone
was speculated upon by many. Would the filbert
tree die ia the attempt ? Would it burst the mill?
stone? Or would it Hit it? In tho end tho little
filbert tree lifted the mill-atone, and in 18C3 wore
it like a crinoline about its trunk, aad Ur. WATEB
TON used to sit upon it under tho branching shade.
Thia extraordinary combination it was the great j
naturalist's humor to liken to John Bull sod tao
OsnciAL INFORMATION was received at Washing?
ton a few days ago, confirmatory of the report that
the trial of the. Emperor M?XT>TTTJAW bas been
postponed; and it is probable the proceedings of j
the court martial will not b*rt*nmod until after the
fall of Mexico and Vera Grus, and the arrival of the
United States Minister. The feeling ia the Liberal
army, it ia alleged,is strongly opposed to clemen?
cy, the soldiers befug represented as clamorous for
the blood of the fallen Emperor; bat JUAREZ ead
his ad visera are in favor of delay, and ia this we
think thi*7 decide wisely. MITTHTLTIH'B conduct
of the war ia pronounced to have been sanguinary;
for it is .held that he sanctioned the aa war?
rantable conduct of some of his leaders. But
however flagrant Mtxnm.iAN's offences have
keen, there are weighty reasons, we think, why his
trial should be conducted with all possible delibe?
ration, aad vhy his Ufa should be spared. We
shall be glad to fiad that they have commended
themselves to the Liberal leaders of Mexico; aad,
laauniing the correctness of the information that
die trial aaa been postponed, we may hope for
inch a termination of thia Mexican business, ia so
Sar as the disposal of MATTVTLIAN is concerned, as
ihall redound to the honor of the Mexicans, and
lie credit of repnbh'oaa institut iona OD thia conti
?ent. That a European prince should be oa his
?rial before a republican tribunal ia America is
?omething entirely new, and the whole affair wears
ta intensely dramatic character. The Mexicana
ce making to-day a page of history to whioh fa?
ure generations will turn with the moat lively in
ereeL It Ja' to be boped that they will properly
ippre?ate ^e.responsibility which rests upon
hem ia thia matter, and give proof to the world
Statis they know how to fight for liberty so they
inderstand how to use victory.
pira oa* THE LABOEST and most valuable colleo
ibaa of paintings in England ia owned by a man
ifacturer of steel peas, of whose curious dealings
nth TURNEE the following story ia told : "It was
bia enterprising gentleman who beat up the qu ar?
en of our'greatest landscape-painter, not wi th
tanding the representations made to him of the
artist's intractableness. His only letter of recom
nendation took tho shape of Bank of England
totee ot the value of a thousand pounds. Five of
hese displayed oae after the other made aa ira
rreasion. TURNER took his opulent customer
nto his studio, and pointed out pictures be was
eady to sell, naming his price. It was agreed to
rithout a moment's hesitation, though rather
ugh ; moreover, the sum was in guineas. The
rust then said he would oot conclude the bar
nm unless he bad a comrnisaionl for a com?
panion for each picture. This also was promptly
emptied with. The seller became more exacting,
ad declared that he did not dispose of the frames
ri th the pictures : the frames were conceded.
*he moaey was paid, and the transfer completed,
raxing tho transaction TUBNEB had no idea that
is liberal customer bad been assured that it was
hopeless task tryiag to get him to part with aay
f his productions ; aor was he aware that the
en-maker had set bis heart upon adding
ome of the choicest of them to his col
jction, cost what they might ; therefore TUB?
ES could not quite understand why he bad
een permitted to have his owa way ia the
legotiatioa BO completely. "Now tell me," said
ie, putting cm a confidential manner, "why was it
oa did aot, like everybody else who has como to
my my pictures, try to got me to take pounds in?
tend of guineas ?" "Because," was tho prompt
eply, "I kaew yoo woald aot let mo have yoar
dotares unless I paid yon ia guiaeas."
FBOK DELMAR'S Statistical Reports we leam
hat the total value of the domestic exports for
he six mouths ending December 81, 1866, was
172,061,129. Of thia sam the principal amount
ras oa cottoa, the oxports of which footed up
51,150,818. The aext moat important items were
told and silver, which were as foliows: Gold bul
ion, $7,837,728; silver bullion, $5,895,087; gold
om, $8,588,800; silver coin, $1,974,566; manufac
ares of gold aad silver, $28,093. Total, omitting
oaaufactures, $23,796, 181- Tho breadstufls figure
ip 120,379,101. Next in order come oils, the ex?
tort value of whioh amounted to $17,240,573, near
y all of which wag petroleum. Provisioas come
text ia order. They amount altogether to
li>;j,471, of which $5,635,670 was cheese
loue. Tobacco comes aext, and manufac?
ures of which amount to $11,842,297, of which
caf tobacco alone amounted to $10,361 960.
(ext in order come lumber and mantua c
nres of wood, consisting 'principally of boards
iowa timber, shooks, staves, aad headings.
These amounted to $7,018,157. Among the other
triacipal articles of export are aotioed
gricultural implements, $596,024 ; coal, $1,051,
20; cotton manufactures, $3,491,638; maaufac
areBOfJiroa (hardware}, $2,134,059; oilcake, $879,
66 ; rosin aad turpentine, $880,536 ; distilled spir?
ts, $883,442; spirits of turpentine, $648,543;
?fined sugar, $630,860. These are all the'
irticles amounting to over $500,000, each.
rhe exports of foreign merchandise during the
ame period, foot up $9,100,748 ; of which amount
18,679,019 was from warehouse, and $421,729 not
rom warehouse. The principal articles
rere: Gold coia, $1,805,196; Bilver coin, $1,126,
127 ; sugar aad molasses, $605,568 ; coffee
?262,254; fish (dried smoked, preserved, or
?ckled), $200,687; cigars, $803,722; eilis manu
factures, $112,090.. Hno exports of domestic pro
duoo, except from lia ports on tho Pacific coast
tho amount of wbib is comparatively email-and
except tho gold anej silver coin and bullion, aro in j
.currency, and the pxports of foreign produce ate
at a gold valuo, ?tcopt tho small portion "not.
warchouS*." Thia a tho first time thai details of I
the importa and c porta to and from [the United
States to the termination of the calendar year,,
have been si ven bc ore the expiration of tho fiscal
year following. Ti is speaks well for the Bureau
of Statistics, wbicl bas been in operation but little
over six months.'ft is expected that the details
of tue customs transactions for the fiscal year
ending Juno 30, p67, 'viii bo finished before tho
middle of September following.
LAMEST (JuteULATION.-The DAILY
J?EW8 publish* the Oficial List of Let?
ters remaintngtn the Postoffice at the end
1 of each week^agreeably to the following
section of the ?V?w Posto?ce Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTION 8. And B*> lt further enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Pos tornee in any city,
town or village, ?here a newspaper shall bo printed,
shall hereafter bo published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tho
largest circulation-within range of delivery of tho said
*S3~ AH communications intended for publication in
this journal mist be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, Nb. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, 8. C.
Business Communications lo Publisher of Baily
We cannot undertake lo rel-rn rejected communica?
[ Advertisements outside of Oie oily must be accompa?
nied with the oath,
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1867.
JOB WORK.-We have now completed our
office BO as to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
El ROPE A V AFFAIRS.
France is busy with her Exposition and all
the parades and splendid fetes that mark its
daily progress. The government is pursuing
its policy quietly, the opposition for the time
being dormant, and, we think, very properly
so. England has recovered from the Fenian [
scare, to be '.brown into a state of surprise, if j
not alarm, at the enormous political revol??'lon
she bas undergone within the past few weeka
under the direction of a Tory IcaaV of the
House of Commons. A Reform #11 bas just
passed, under the auspices of s Conservative
Ministry, far in rdvanoe of v*at the Liberal
party vainly endeavored to accomplish during
the two years preceding.
The Cretan revolution is Btill in progress,
though very near its ?nd, if we may credit
what appear tn be af'bentic advices received
by the Atlantio Cohfe within the last few days,
OMSU PASHA, th' distinguished Turkish Gen?
eral, having gained a signal success ?ver the
Candiotes. Dungary, having at last succeeded
in her demand?) so long denied her, of an inde?
pendent Constitution, has celebrated her tri?
umph in a gorgeous caronation of the Emperor
[ FRAXCIS Josepk and his august spouse, as
I King and Queen; of Hungary. Tho settlement
cf this old quarrel is surely one of the wisest
and greatest feats of Austrian statesmanship
the press has been called to record during the
present century, and cannot but be regarded as
a strong guarantee for the recuperation and
strengthening of that ancient monarchy.
In Italy, liberal institutions are still in a
state of probation, and it will require a strong
and a wise man at the helm to steer the ship of |
state through the quicksands, political and
ecclesiastical, revolutionary and reactionary,
that are continually threatening her on all
sides. Whether or not Signor RATAZZI will ,
prove himself another CAV?TE, is yet to be
The Luxemburg question, that so lately
threatened to involve all Europe in war, has
been amicably adjusted, and no longer com?
mands the attention of political circles. Hol?
land and Belgian are comparatively quiet.
Spain is turbulentas usual. But this has been
the oase so long, and her difficulties are BO en?
tirely internal, anti free from all influence upon
other nations, that they pass altogether un?
heeded, both north of the Pyrenees and west of |
In Germany we see the work of reconstruc?
tion progressing ?pace. The Constitution
adopted by the North German Parliament has
been ratified by all the States that were repre?
sented in that legiilative body, and was pro?
claimed as in operation on the 25th of June.
The North German Confederacy is now a fixed
fact-a commonwealth of thirty millions of j
Germans, and although the States of Sputh
Germany are not yet fully incorporated with it,
the preliminary stepi have been taken to cover
them with the regis cf the Bund. The Consti?
tution which hereafter will form the founda?
tion of political life in North Germany, and
soon of the entire Teutonic nation, is
still far from perfect. It is very deficient
in many respects, aad even in the Prussian
Chambers, where you might expect least oppo?
sition, one-third of the members were opposed
to its acceptance. Cut with all its imperfec?
tions, Germany still hts reason to congratulate
herself upon this Constitution, for here is a
starting point, at least for the development of j
full civil liberty, an opportunity now present?
ed for the first time. What has been done,
even though wo regard it in a certain sense as
merely provisional, is nevertheless adequate
to secure the further development of the Ger?
man people against volent convulsions from
within, or assaults fron without; yet, at the
same time, it is also suficiently elastic to ad?
mit of improvement uni further elaboration.
It has areal and solid feundation, and therein
varies from every former attempt that has been
made since 1815, for tie reorganization, the
regeneration of Germany; and on this material
basis the unity of Germany has in fact been
already accomplished. The Parliament (Reicht
lag), elections for which will Boon take place,
will have deputies from the South German
States, and although for the preseut they will
only take part in the deliberations on matters
of commerce and customs duties, this accession
of over ninety deputies from South Germany
ts nevertheless a very important enlargement
of the sphere of the Reiehtlag. It is in fact
the first step to the representation of all the
States of Germany in her Parliament. lu the
Conference of Ministers at Berlin a few weeks
ago BISMARCK advised the South German
States to adopt the plan proposed in thc North
German Constitution, hereafter to determine
all matters pertaining to toe Zollverein or to
the commercial interests of the several States,
by a majority of Parliament, instead of as
heretofore, requiring the unanimous consent
of the several members composing the Zoll?
verein. For this purpose it would of course
be necessary to admit deputies from the South
German States into the Reichstag. This pro?
position was accepted by most of the minister?,
and Bavaria which alone asked further time
for consideration, cannot, even if she were so
inclined, keep aloof from the union ; her geo?
graphical position, her commercial, economic,
and military relations all forcbg her to com?
Here then there is a nucleus cf a community
of interest for the entire nation, and around
this will no doubt be grouped and added one
kindred interest after another, till before long,
we hope, the little feudal principalities shall
be all effaced, and instead of thirjy-five distinct
States and quasi sovereignties, the map shall
give us one country, inhabited ly one nation,
and swayed by a homogeneity of interest, from
the Rhine and the Vosges to the Vistula, and
from the North Sea and the Bait* to the Alps
and the Adriatic. There is now ene language,
one people, and one kindred, there will then
be ono cation also and on? Sovereign.
WANTKTD A WHITE GIRL TO DO CH\nr.
BER work and attend to children. Apply at Mr.
HART'S, Coming street opposito Oeorgo street.
ANTED, A WHITE NURSE FOR THREE
smnll Children. Must come well recommended,
Atrply at No. 33 SOUTH BAY._1_Jnlv 1
WANTED, BY AN ABLE-BODIED GER?
MAN, a situation as Teamster, Porter or Watch
roan. The best of referencocan bo (riven, If required.
F$r particulars, address by lotter, W. E., at this office,
forihreo days. 1*_July I
WA V TED, A CAPABLE WOMAN, TO
make herself generally useful in a small family.
Apply at No. 85 BCACFAIN STREET, next to corner
Rutledgo street_July 1
ANTED, A COMPORTARLE, SMALL
SIZED HOUSE, w th four rooms. Bent from $20
to $25 por month. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
June 29 3
EAl'HER WANTED-THE TRUSTEES
of the Chester Male Academy desire a TEACHER for
said Academy. He must be qualified to prepare pupils
for advanced classes in any of the Colleges of this State.
Application to be made before the 20th day of July next,
to tho undersigned. JAMES H RUTHI LL,
Chalrmsn of Trustees.
_Ohcster, S. C., June 26, 1861. . g June 28
WANTED, A GOOD SALESMAN (AUC?
TIONEER), in an established suction and Com?
mission business, in Savannah ; can enter as Partner If1
he commands s cash capital to extend the baseness.
References exchanged. Address, wit* particulars, Post
office Box No. 400, Savannah, Qa 3 June 28
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL TO MIND A
CHILD and assist in house-work. Apply at No.
119 COMING 8TREET, opposito St Bini's Church.
June 28 _ , f _
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND
IRONER. Pecommen labor, required. Apply at
No. 3 FRANKLIN STREET. _June 28
WANTED.- DISCHARGED SAILORS AND
Soldiers, and all others out of employment to act
as Agent? for the sale of the Ooldea Stationery Package,
from VS to $10 per. day can be malo. Apply to
M. M QUINN,
Wholesale and B?tail Agent
No. 627 King-street (opposite Ann-street.)
Juno 26 WQQ
un F TO ?IO PER DAY.-AGENTS WANTED
MD ? to sell the GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE
The above amount can be made.
Apply to M. M. QUINN,
Whols'ale and Retail Agent
No. 627 King street opposito Ann street
June 26 wrtn
rRENT, A FIVE RESIDENCE ON NORTH
side Bull, near Rutledgo stroet The House has
six rooms, is in cSnplete order, and has a very Large
yard. Apply to x T- *. WHITNEY,
y pw ) No 7 Franklin,
joly 1 3 j_Or No. 2 Chalmers street
OOM? ?0 RENT WITH OR WITHOUT
Furr'tnre, near the Battery. .Also kitchen accom?
modation kc- Apply oe tween 10 and 2 o'clock, No. 6,
M ec tin* a tree t_ July 1
77?AND LODGE OF A. F. M, OF SOUTH
IT CAROLINA.-Proposals will be received until
ybndsy, 1st July, st the office of the Grand Secretary,
1/5 Broad street for renting tho STORE formerly occu?
pied by Messrs. Epstln ? Zemausky, corner of King
and Wentworth streets. B. 8. BRUNS,
June 29 Grand Secretary.
mo RENT.-TWO AND A HALF STORY
X House, No. 37 LEGARE STREET. Gas, waterworks,
4c B M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
June 29_2_No. 83 Broad street
rRENT. PART OF A HOUSE AND
Kitchen, pleasantly situated, In the western por?
tion of the city. A family without children preferred.
Address S. If. J-, Newe office._June 28
TO REUT, THAT COMFORTABLE TWO
AND-A-HALF STOBY HOUSE, No. 17 Morris street
containing lour square rooms, two attic rooms, dressing
room, pantry snd large double piazza. There sro on the
premises a kitchen with four rooms, cistern snd good
well of water. Apply at No. 35 HENRIETTA STREET.
Jone 38_. g
mO RENT. FOR ONE OR A TERM OF
JL years, the two-and-a-half story WOODEN DWEL?
LING, No. .16 Rutledge Avenue, opposite Doughty street
Apply at THIS OFFICE. wnp June 26
TO RENT, PART OF THE HOUSE No. 46
Wentworth street. To a desirable tenant the terms
will be accommodating. Juno 13
RENT, THAT DESIRABLE R E S I .
DENCE, No. ll KING STREET, with all the neces?
sary outbuildings, cistern, 4c. Inquire st No. 9, SOUTH
SIDE OF THE ABOVE._wfm_Juno 4
T) RENT.-THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. 68 Cannon street near Rutledge Av?
enue, containing six upright and two attic rooms, with
gas throughout cistern, well, sud ample kitchen accom?
modations. To an approved tenant, terms moderate ;
possession given immediately. Enquire at WILKINSON
A GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE, No. 48 Broad street
April 39 m th
FOR SAXE,-A GOOD WORK MULE. CAN
bo seen st B. Mcinnes' No. 32 Chalmers street.
FOR "SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Seats, pole and shaft Also, a set of double and
single HARNESS, all in good order. Can be seen snd
bargained for cash ar a tune note at thirty days, at No.
31 Lynch street Msy 17
JN. ROBSON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
. his old stand. Nos. 1 and 3 ATLANTIC WHARF.
GREEN, TRAP MANN & CO. HAVE REMOVED
their office to SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
June 4_ wfm
"JJ KUI'.)VAL.-THE OFFICE OF THE
Xi SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has
been removed from over the old Bank of Charleston to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
LOST, FROM; NO. 8 ATLANTIC STREET,
on Saturday moni lng, a black and white Mtier
BITCH, about twelve months old, answering to the cnn
of brace. A liberal reward will be given if left at No. 74
East Bay. 1 July 1
ITU)UNO, ON THE MORNING OF THE 3d
Inst, a POCKET BOOK, which the owner can have
by proving property and paying for advertisement
EXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
ratee, in the most central business part of the city,
without lodging, in a private house, can now be bsd.
For particulars address "X. L," Postoffleo. Msy 16
BOARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOARD can bo had on Immediate appli?
cation to No No. 69 CHURCH STREET, weet side, near
Tradd street Terms reasonable. June 12
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MBS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CH ABLES TON,
but' during the past fifteen 5 ears a resident in
Europe, ls desirous of giving instruction in tho French
Language, either at her own resldenco or st the houses
of her pupils. _
Inquire st Mrs. KINNEY'S, No. 190 King street
REDUCTION OF DENTAL PRICES TO SUIT
DR. J. E. DAPRAY, DENTIST, IS NOW PREPARED
to complete the insertion of whole upper or lower
sets of ART1FICAL TEETH, upon the most approved
method, and with the best materials, at $30 per set Par?
tial sets in proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
perfect flt aud neatness of finish, guaranteed.
All other operations upon the Teeth performed in a
skillful and warrantable manner.
Office at his residence NO. 6 LIBERTY STREET,
Msy 20 mwf Charleston. S. C.
rfTHE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART
X NERS, and propose to practice in tho STATE
COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY for the Districts ol
Barnwell, Beaufort and Colle ton, under tho name and
stylo of "DAVANT."
Office, for tho present at GILLISONYILLE, South
Carolina. R J. DAVANT.
November 23 fm J. C. DAVANT.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Poris) o>
COTTON. RI CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A B. CHISOLM
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
No 127 READE-STTOET, CORNER HUDSON,
*y Agency lor EX 'ON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. All oiters '>nt will be promptly stiended
General Commission Merchant,
ANO * j
Manufacturer of Pauer,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
KO. 14 7 READE STREET,
Corner End son Street, Now York.
DEALER LN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
every description for its manufacture.
December 18 Gmo
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOI TH CAROLIN A.
THE REGULAS MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
held at Mr. Psnknin's Drug stare, et 8 o'clock,
This Evening. FRANCIS L. PA1KER, M. D ,
July 1_1_ Secretary,
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY,
AMONTHLY MEETING OF THE CHARLESTON
Mechanic Society will be held et the Masonic Hell,
Thu Evening, 1st instant, st 8 o'clock. .
Juiyl_1_Secretary C. M. 8.
SOLOMON'S LODGE, NO. 1, A. F. M.
r[E THrBD QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION WILL
be holden in M?senlo Hall, This Evening, the 1st,
Instant, at eight o'clock. Members and Candidates for
Degrees will be punctual.
By order of theW. M
R. IL WERNER, Secretary.
CAROLINA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMFY.
rfTHE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION WILL
J_ be held at the German Engine House This Day, the
let July, from 10 to 19 o'clock A. M. The President's
report will be read and the annual assessments collected.
July 1 1_JOHN A WAGERER, President
HONESTAD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO?
rjTHE MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION
JL will be held This Evening July 1st st 8 o'clock, at
The Treasurer will be at bia- office. No. 34 BROAD
STREET, to receive the Second Instalment, this day be?
tween 9 and 3 o'clock, and st the Hall In the evening.
Stockholders sro requested to bring Commissioners' Re?
ceipts, and exchange them for Stock Certificates.
JOSEPH WELLED EN,
July 1_ 1_Treasurer.
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
PUNCTUALLY ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTH?
LY MEETING of the Company This Evening, the
1st inst, at the Hall, st 8 o'clock precisely.
By order. Vf. H. ARMSTRONG? '
July 1_ll_Secretary P. 8. F. E. CO.
CHARLESTON HOOK. AND LADDER COM?
PANY No. L
ATTEND THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COM?
PANY This (Monday) Evening, at 8 o'clock. Im
portant business requires the attendance of every mern
By order. WM. D. DAVIS, Secretary.
_Jul7j_; ' ' " _1_
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY, NO. 8
AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY WILL
be held at the Engine House This Evening, st 8
o'clock. By order.
July 1 1* J. M. HOLLOWAY, Secretary.
?Der $ic<9ltc tiefe? herein? roirb ftattftnben am Son?
nerftag ben 4ten ?ulb auf bent S^lih?npla?e. Dit Sar?
ber ?. G. SI. Di. ?erben be? SWorgen? um 9 Ub> unb bef
SDlittagS um 1 ll&r vom HnnsStr. Depot, unb tc? Sbenbd
um 7 Ubc oom ?d}U6en*labe abfahren. Die ^Jaffaae bin
nub mieber jurlicf flit jebe i'erfen iii 25 cents. Den Wit*
attebern ber ?dj?bcnjjcie?fajaft fonsie bel CeieinS ift freier
Committee : 5- Sinbyetm, <S. Wiefel?, D. JBeuBrod,
EB. euerer, ?. Slttjen, $. $arm?, unb 28. ?prober.
July 1 mwthS
~ MILLINERY, ETC.
TO THE LADIES.
MKS. C. STACKLEY
HAS RECEIVED A FRESH AND SUPERIOR STOCK
OF MILLINERY AND SI RAW GOODS, which will
be sold, cheap for cash, at the new Store, corner of
KING AND WENTWORTH STREETS. 1* July 1
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOB STATE
Carolina BONDS, old and new.
State South Carolina Stock, old and new.
Northeastern Railroad Bonds.
South Carolina Railroad Interest Certificates.
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Coupons State South Carolina.
Coupons State Georgia.
Coupons City Savannah, Ga.
Coupons Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
Memphis and Charleston Ralroad Stock.
Apply to . H AML. O. BLACK,
Jnly 1 mw3_Broker, No. 38 Broad street
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-Si.
June 38 jj 3
T^REEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
JD No. 9 State.street Money deposited cn or before the
loth day of July will be entitled to interest as from July
lat NATHAN RITTER,
June 37 15_Cashier.
CHARTERED BY ACT OP CONGRESS.
M T. HEWITT, President
J. W. ALVORD, First Vics-President
LEWIS CLEPHANE, Second Vice-President.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HARRIS, General Inspector.
Banking Douse, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner of 19th
street Wallington; D. C.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NO. O STATE STREET.
Opens every day, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
from 10 A M., to 3 P. M., and from 8 to 4 P. M.
DEPOSITS OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payable In January and July, hi each year.
AU deposits will be repaid with interest due when re?
All tho profits belong to the depositors.
Branches have been established In the principal cities
from Ne w York to New Orleans, and account, can be
transferred from one Branch to'another, without charge
or interrupting the interest
In 70s tm cn ts aro only made hi securities of the United
States. RICHARD H. CAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS L. CARDOZO,
June 36 Imo Cashier,
A. S HULL, Ag't.,
HAS REMOVED TO No. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where ho will bo glad to see his old friends anl custom?
ers an 1 has In store a full assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSI MERES and VESTING8 of every va?
riety, which he will make up to or 1er at aa los px tots as
any similar establishment
A FTJLu ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. INC. T. FLYNN (formerly of 0. D. Csrr h Co.,)
will superintend the Tailoring Department as tutah and
will givo his especial attention to Cutting and Basing of
ARMY AND NAVY UNIFORMS.
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKER & CHILD,
DE AXER TS
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HAFS
Jun?is No. 103EAST BAY.
PROPRIETOR CP THE
GREENVILLE, S, C.
A FINE LUNCH
Served Every Day,
FROM ll TO 1? l i O'CLOCK.
ST. JAMES H0TELJ
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleanl
W. F. CORKERY.Of Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
Telograph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotai
/une 17 6mo
ORT OQfOPS, ETD.
AT 12? CENT?.
I AT 12| CENTS.
English Earages, at 12 1*2 Cents.
JAMES R BETTS,
NO. 232 KING STREET.
July 1 i
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
J. Bl REED & ?0.,
EE8PECTFTXLY ANNOUNCE TO THETB FRIENDS
and Patrias, that they have to-day o|ened
.A W$ MEMM
CHOICE AND DESIRABLE
.m W?Jgfcr'togett?eTwitti the balance of thtlr SOMMER
DBITSS GOOrs STOCK, haa been ar raised, marked
down, and is to-day opened and will be soli with eui re?
Prices suited to the Times.
Among our new and cheap GOODS, wo qi: otc as fol?
Fine Printed Jaconets at 25 cts.,
French Organdies, 25 and 30 cts.,
worth 35 and 45.
Printed Lawns, 16,20 and 25 cts.,
worth 25 to 40.
Mozambiqies and Bareges
25 cents pe." yard,
FORMERLY SELLING AT 36, 40 AND M CENTS.
Particular a Hen thu is respectfully Invited to these
GOODS, which will be edd, without reserve, at above
quoted prices, to close ott the lota.
In connection with the above, we have received en as?
sortment of other desirable articles, which, together with
our previous large Stack of SUMMER GOODS, have
ni prices, and win be soli daring the remainder of the
season, at prices warranted to give satisfaction to pur?
J. E. USED & CO.,
No. 263 lune, opposite Hasel St.
July 1 _mwj
Erlauben alela desi g oe horten Publikum
ergebenst amaxeiges, dSUW als woe bread
Zci 2H?mi te Sum
IHR REICHHALTIGES LAGER
im?orrirtnt & ?inijfimifd)cn
f?t nab u rt t c r
mIcbcr? & WlnUcv,
Jone 1 mwflmo 199 fling-Street
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SHOES ! SHOES!
CASES OF SELECTED BOOTS AND
which are offered AT RETAIL.
No, 137 ME. CTTNG 81 REST,
July 1 3 Up Stairs.
rTTHE UNDERSIGNED EAS TED DAY ASSOCIATED
J. with hun in the FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS, his Son, GEORGE H. INGRAHAM, Jr., un?
der the name and style of GEORGE H. INfi BAHAM k -
BON. GEORGE H. INGE AH AM.
Jury 1st, 1887._rawfl_July 1
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rpOE COPARTNERSHIP H?RE1OFOBE EXISTING
J. between us under the sass and firm of BBUNS A
BEE la thia day dissolved by mutual consent. Either
party ls authorized to uso the name of the concern m
liquidation. HENEY L. BBUNS.
July 1st, 1867. THOMAS S. BEE.
_ THE UH DES SIGH ED
TT7TLL CONTINUE THF. AUCTION AND COMMB
T V SION BUSINESS st th? old stand, No. 7S EAST
BAY, on his own account
July 1st, 19? 7. THOMAS a BES
Itt PETRIN G
rtOM THE Fl BM Of BBUNS k BEE I RESPECT?
FULLY solicit for my lat? cc-partner. Mr. THOMM
h, BEE, the lanie liberal petonage which bas always
been extended to me. For tbs present I can be foand at
tie store of Mr. Thomas S. Bes, where I win be bsppy to
sse my friends and cu? tom era
HENRY Ti. BBUNS.
July 1st, 1867._3 Jnlyl
D'. 8 SOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rjj FIRM OF FERGUSON A HOLMES IS TE IB DAY
dissolved by ita own lhnitauon.
WM. P. HOLMES.
Charleston, July 1,1807.
TT7TLL CONTINUE TEE GENERAL COMMISSION
VV BUSINESS, and will settle the affairs of tho late
firm. JOHN FESGUSON.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rTTHE FIRM HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE
J. style of BODDIN A CAMPBELL wu dissolved on
the 1st day of December, 1866. B BODDIN.
Julyl ' 3
TEE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of B. ARNOLD k Cd., was disolved
by its own limitation, on the lit of April last The busi?
ness will be continued by the subscriber at the Old
Stand, No. 219 Meeting street where Mr. A E. GADS?
DEN can be found ready to attend to (he customers of I
the establisment fi. ARNOLD.
July 1st, 1867. No. 31? Meeting street
FUE WORKS! FIRE WORK? !
JU8T RECEIVED AT TEE
NO. 621 HUG STREET,
IN G BE A 7 VARIETY.
WHICH ARE 0FFEBED FOB SALE AT LOW
PRICES BY T. P. FORRESTON.
ICE FOR EVERYBODY.
FOB THE INFORMATION OF ALL WHO DESIRE
to obtain that great luxury, ICE, lt ls announced
that Branch OB of thu long established Ice House, situa?
ted in MEETING SfBEET, near the Market, have been
LOCATED IN TuftEE DIFFERENT LOCALITIES la
the cm, viz :
BRANCH NO. 1.
CORNER ST. PHLLIP AND BOG ARD STREETS.
BRANL H NO. 8.
CALHOUN STREET, near Elizabeth street.
ol? AN CH NO. 3.
PITT STREET, near Montague street
At either of thew places arrangements can be made for
the sale of Ice, on the most reasonable terms.
June 39 smwf-10
?T> E A U T Y.- Auburn, _.??_
_D Golden, Flaxen, and ff**^
Silten CULLS produced by ? ?
the use of Professor DE- B B
BREUX'S FBISEB LE Wk M
CHEVEUX One applies- jL^JC !
tlon warranted to curl ^ ??tWg??\mm.
mont straight and stubborn ^^W^kw
hal "of either sex into wary ringlets, or heavy massive
eb . - Has been used by ?he fashionables of Paris and
London, with the most gntifying results. Does no in
Jury to the hair. Price By mail, sealed and postpaid, fl.
Descriptive circulars maded free. Address BERGER,
6 HU TTS A CO., Chemists No. 385 River street Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for the United States.
March 30 ly
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, S. C. Terms ?3 per annum, in ad
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies of the
OBASOEBUSO NEWS will be circulated for the bene? ol
our advertising patrons. _ .
Contract Advertisement inserted on the most liberal
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg Newn,
February 30 Orangeburg, g
GROCERY ANO MISCELLANEOUS
JUST ABBITED. *>
-RBLS. ?rte PORK. }
JJ - b?U. Pork Head*. _ J
For tale by WM. GURNEY,
Jnlyl_mfeg No, 103 Bart Bay. '
COW PEAS, &c.
TUST RECEIVED A SMALL LOT OF COW PEA3.
EASTERN HAY, Corn, Oats, Shorts and Bios Flour,
sad 3000lb*. linseed Cake (good cow or horse feed), which
Win be sold low. R. ARNOLD,
Ko. 319 Moating street, northwest corner of John.
()AArt BUSHELS PRIME" WHITE, LANDING
awUUl/ per steamer Sea Gull,
For sale by W. B. SMITH A CO,
Jnlyl .._1_Napier's Binge,
C. B. SIDES, SHOULDERS,
STRIPS, VINE OAR, dee., ?fe.
I A HHPS. PRIME C. B. SIDES
W) 10 hhds. Prime B. Sides
9 hhds. Prime Shoulders
13 bbls. Prime Bacon Strips
10 bbls. Matthieus' Cider Vinegar
10 bbls. Muscovado Molasses
6 tierces Washington Hams
Landing from steamer and for sale by
Juno 39 a LAURBY A ALEXANDER.
CHOICE WESTERN BACON.
1 Q n HHDS. STRICTLY CHOICE SHOULDERS.
OD 40 HHDS. STRICTLY CHOICE O. B. SIDES.
Landing ex steamer "Falcon," and for sale by
JuneSS tuthsS HENRY COBLA A CO.
Fl RMT1 RE 1ND1DEBT1K11
m HE SUBSCRIBER ANNOUNCES THAT .HE HAS
I connecte J, as heretofore, the .
In all its parts, with the FUBNTTURE. soi
pared to furnish funerals complete, and to giv
attention in the most delicate, respectable and satisracto
ry manner. He is also prepared to remore boules to any
distance free of smell sud decay.
FISK'S MET ALIC CASES, and all kinds of COFFINS,
always on hand on the most reasonable terms. ' ._
R. WHITE, I
FURNITURE W A3EBOO MS,
Southwest corner Wentworth and Meeting streets;
Or at No. 9 COLLEGE STREET, at night and Sundays.
HARRISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pins, Tassels, Gimps, Loops, Cords, Ac. ; White
and Buff Hollands; No. 136 WILLIAM STREET, oe tween
Fulton and John streets, New York. f
Store and Office Shades made to order. ?
December 34 mwf ?mo "?
GEORGI! STATE LOTTER? !
FOB THE BENEFIT OF THU
W. W, BOYD & CO., ?tanagws.
I JAKES EE KR, Mant ger's Agent for Charleatoa.
OHE LEGISLATURE OF THE 8TATE OF GEORGIA,
X st Its last session in December, 1806, granted a
Lottery Privilege to Deputy Grand Mastsr W. W, BOYD,
of Atlanta, Ga, (and other grantees.) for the benefit of
the widows and orphans in the State, and to erect and
end.w an institution to be caBed the
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
who has associated with himself hi the discharge of this
duty as Managers, several of the most eminent, wealthy
I and Influential men in Georgia, who have accepted the
I sacred trust.
The high and honorable ch-, raster of these gentlemen,
the unwearied zeal in Indefatigable labor sad heartfelt <4
devotion of Deputy Grand Master BOYD, the principal .
I mauger in this cause, ls a sufficient guarantee that she
Lottery will be conducted in s fair, open and just man?
ner. The proceeds of the Lottery, less thu current ex* .
pensas, have to be applied to the building and endowing
I of the
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
and being devoted exclusively to such a charitable pur
pose, permission has boen granted by tb? Commission ors
of Matts! Be venue of the Treasury Department at Wash -
lngtsn, to draw said Lotteries exempt from aU charge,
whittier from special tax or other duty. i
Htndreds of thousands of friends of the Mas?me Fri?
ten ?ty in the United SUtcs, and ail good citizens, will be
rejoiced to seethe . ??" '
"MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME"
ended and endowed, and be the pride and glory of the
0 ra j d Fraternity, for the great institution of ?
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONRY
hovtrs, like God's Angel of Mercy, over the widows and.
orphans. It nunlstere ita loving charities to those bi
want and its principles of liberality, brotherly love and
1 charity will endure far ages, and their binding force be
strong as links of steeL
TO BE DRAWN
IN OPEN PUBLIC
?.. . ' ? . - rf?foi,
Wedneaday. Joly 17th. 1807-Clasa D.
SCHEME THE SAME FOB BACH MONTH.
1 Paso of..?0,000 is.$60,000
1 Prise of..30,000 ls..:... 90,000
1 Prize rf.. 10,000 la. 10,000
1 Prize of. 0,000 i?. 6,00rj
1 Prize of. 3,5001 "* Knon
lPriseof.. 3,600/ m.r? 61P00
34 Pdzea of. 000 aro.. 12.000 ;
60 Prizes of. 360 are. 18,760
ICO Prizes of.. 300 are. 26,000
160 Prises Of.. IOO are. 10,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES :
9 Approximation Prizes of $600 each fur the
nine remaining units of the same ten of the
No. drawing the $60,000 P. ixe are. 4,600
9 Approximating Prizes of S260 each for the. . .
nine remaining units of the same ton of the
No. drawing the $30,000 Prize are. 2,250
9 Approximation Prizes of $300 each for the
nine remaining units of the same ten of the
Na drawing the $10,000 Prize are. 1,800
9 Approximation Prizes of $100 each for the
niue remaining units ol the same tot. of the
Na drawing the $6,000 Prize are.' 900
18 Approximation Prizes of $100 each for the
nine remaining umU of the same ten of the
Noa. drawing the ?2,600 Prizes are. 1,800
434 Prizes amounting to...$168,000
Whole Ticket $13 ; Halves, $6; Quartan, $3; Eighths,
?S-Ail tie Prizes above stated aro drawn at every
OF THESE GREAT LOTTERIES AND
EXPLANATION OF DRAWINGS.
The numbers from 1 to 30,000 corresponding with the
numbers on the Tickets, are printed on separate slips cf
paper, and encircled with small tubes, and placed in a
lissa wheel-aU the prizes in accordance with the
Scheme, an similarly printed and encircled, and placed
in another glass wheel. The wheels sro then revolved,
and two boys, blindfolded, drew the numbers sud
' prizes. One of the boys draws one number from the
wheel of numbers, end st the same time the other boy
(haws out one prize from the wheel of prizes. The num?
ber and prise drawn out, an exhibited to the audience,
and whatever prize comes out ls registered and placed to
the credit of that number-?sad this operation ls repeat?
ed until all the prfces an drawn out
The Tickets an printed In the following style: They
an divided into Eighths,printed on the face of the Ticket
8 Eighths bearing the same number cona!tute s Whole
Ticket Prizes payable without discount
W. W. BOYD A CO., Managers.
Correspondents msy rely on prompt attention to or?
den by simply enclosing money with full address; All
orden for Tickets and Schemes and Information to be
JAMES HERR, Agent,
OFFICE NO. 20 BBOAD STREET,
Key Box No. 684, Charleston, 8. C.
Jone 14 Imo
I TO BJMtTLATX THE STORAGE OP PXTBOZXCX, RS PRO?
DUCTS, AND OTHES PDTLASPIaBIJP OHS.
SEC. L Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council at se mb led, That from and after the 16th day
of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock OU, Benzine, Benzols, or any other in?
flammable oil or ods on storage or for sale in any cellar,
eton or building south of line street in a huger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels of tin or other metal.
SEC. 3. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any building In
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time ll
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persona violating any part of
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com?
petent J u tisdi c ti on.
Retitled in City Council this twenty-first day of Msy, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
?L.S.] P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council._ June S
FOR THE MILLION ! !
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 00 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the most celebrated Acton for 60 cents; 60 Actresses
lor 60 cents; 60 Union Generals for 60 cents; 60 Rebel
Generals for 60 cents; 60 Statesmen for 50 cents; 50 beau?
tiful young Ladies for 60 cents; 50 fine-looking young
Gentlemen for 50 cents; 6 large Photographs of French
Dancing Girls, in costume, beautifully colored, exactly as
they appear, for 50 cents; or for 50 cents, 6 of the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisisn Ballet Troupe, as they
lypear tn the play of the Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all orden to P. 0. Box 177, jry, N. Y.
May 13 _lyr
E. M. WHITING,
IRONER AND MAGISTRATE,
REMOVED HIS OFFICE FBOM CHALMER!)
"trew to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near St.
il's Alley, August U