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Colton closed in New Vork al 2Cc. for Hid'
Gold closed lower ni ??HJ.
Cotton closed in Liverpool unchanged, nt 1
lOJd. Tor Middling Uplands.
Judge WAYNE, of tho U. S. Supromo Court, ?
A rich deposit of magnetic iron oro has been ?
discovered near Stevens' l'oint, Wisconsin.
Wont tho telegraph nr^omplishcs for tho
nineteenth century ir illustrated in thc fact
thal thc attempted assassination of tho Czar is
believed tu have bccoiun known to tho mass of
: lie poople of New Vork city sooner than lo
thoso of Parts, where il occurred.
Thc Australian vintage this yenr is larger
than was over beforo known, nnd thc
yield of gold is increased over that of last
year. Over 00,000 lons of hrcadstulTs hore
been sent to England, and 105,000 lons moro
nro ready for transportation.
Il ?B Hinted that Justico WAYNE, of tho United
States Supreme Court, ia very low, nnd
physicians think he cannot livo long. Ho was
appointed to his present position hy President
JACKSON, thirty-two years ngo, nnd had been,
prior to that timo, n member of Congress from
Georgia, his native State.
About 2:1,000 acres of land, yielding rich
iron ore, has been purchased in Canada, nbout
forty miles from Lake Ontario, nnd thc rail?
road connecting with Coburg will soon bo doing
n largo business in transporting thc ore to
market. Tho rauie to tho niiucB was opened
Since thc emancipation of tho negroes in thc
Unitod States, mid especially ?ince (ho termi?
nation of the American war, Blavcshave greatly
docreascd in value in Porto Hico-so much so,
indeed, that at thc prcscnl lime tho price of
plantation slaves is entirely nominal, nud it is
impossiblo to sdi them nt anything Hbo their
Tho cause of thc death of tho Archduchess
MATIMIA, of Austria, affianced to tho hoir of
tho Kalian (bronc, lias transpired. She was
smoking a oignrctlo in her parlor, and when
some ono came in she hastily put il behind her,
and her dress, which was of light material,
oatighl fire, and she was burned to death. Sho
was only eighteen, and very mach beloved
by Ibo poople.
Tho Sublime Torte has issued a firmnn con?
ferring on aliens thc right to buy and hold land
in tho Ottoman Empire. Thia is a sensible and
liberal grant for the good of all parties; but
although ila mutual advantages aro now appa?
rent to every ono, it is an international reform
of comparatively bul recent dato, and one for
which thc United Slates, in its infancy, can
Rev, JAMES HUNT, of Norlhmorc Oreen,
Knpjniid, writes about his parishioners thus:
"Thc services hera ni ll and 2 o'clock havo
been ns plain and unritualislic as possible for
tho last six months. Mass is sung on Sundays
at H A. M., nn hour nt which nil thc Protestant
parishioners aro in bcd drunk, sleeping o(T the
elects of their Saturday's carouse. How can
this interfere in any way with their liberties !
So long ns tho old services are left in their
pristine ugliness, what right have tho parish?
ioners to grumblo if I give an additional ser?
Thc population of London in thc middle of
thc present year is estimated by thc Ilogistror
Gonernl at 3,082,372; of Edinburgh (city),
170,081 ; of Dublin (city) and some suburbs,
310,210) of tho borough of Liverpool, 402,439 ;
<if the eily of Manchester, 802,823, and of thc
borough of Salford, 110,013; of tho oily of
Glasgow, 440,07l>, of tho borough of Binning.
b/KT". ?i'b"'??.. *_'" . ."~D_T ** ; . o"
the city of Bristol, 1(30,572 ; of tho borough of
NewcRslle-on-Tync, 124,900; of thc borough of
A careful analysis of information received by
the Agricultural Department from all thc
States, shows that tho total area in wheat is
ten to fifteen per cent, greater than Inst year.
It is too carly to CBlimato thc final result of
ibo harvest, but with average success in ripen?
ing tho crop ought not to be loss than 200,000,
000 bushels. An avcrago aron of winter harley
bas been sown in a majority of tho States. Thc
condition of olovcr is good throughout tho
country. Tho area of oats is larger than usual
in the West. Ohio ?B thc only Stale which can?
not show an Increase.
A Parisian journnl says; "Tho attention of
tho Czar, (he King of Pruesia, and even of
Count VON ll is.MA nc K, was, during thc lalo halls
nnd fetes, attracted by the large number of
blondes with golden hair who adorned tho
quadrilles. Thc Venetian blonde, which dur?
ing the last two years fell much in estimation,
has in tho course of tho present month risen
greatly in thc bourse of fashion. A hairdress?
er said lately that in ten days he had Bold fair
hair decorations to tho amounl'of 10,000f. Thus
it seems the trade in hair ?B in tho full lido of
A Ilussian document shows that tho dirccl
trade between Russia and China is declining.
Al K hil liku, where it is ohicfly ral l ied on, it
only amounted to 8,500,000 roubles in 1800,
whereas in 1862 it'was 13,000,000. This is
owing to various causoe-the permission to in?
troduce ten into Russia by seaports, instead of
tic naively hy lund, as formorly; tho disturbed
political state of China; the dishonesty of Rus?
sian me rob auls, ll is probable that the land
trnilo will go on declining, inasmuch as it is
considerably cheaper to convey goods from
Shanghai to tho Bailie by sea than to carry
them overland through deserts.
The funeral of the young Archduchess MA?
TILDA, who was 'burnt to death, took place
while hor uncle was going through his corona?
tion pageantry at PeBlh. The body of the poor
girl was buried in the imperial vault at the
Capuchin monastery, and was placed by tho
side of her mother, Ihe Archduchess HILDE
nAttDE, who died three years ago. Tho Arch
duches MATILDA was thc one hundred and first
royal person entrusted (o the caro of the Capu?
chin monks. Seventy-two years ago another
member of tho Austrian house, tho young
Archduke ' LnornLD, brother of tho Emperor
FHA sets, wna burnt ni Luxemburg, (brough an
explosion of fireworks. In accordance with
the custom usual in tho burial of members of
tho imperial family, Ibo heart of the Arch?
duchess was deposited in tho Church of the
Augustinians, and the intestines have been
pent io tho Cathedral of Ht. Stephen.
THE HOT WBATIIKK and tho great consump?
tion <ft Ict? suggest the propriety of explaining
bow ice may' be modo artificially! Tho pro?
cess is simple and beautiful. The principal
thing required is ' b good air-pump. On the
top of the air-pump set a plato containing sul?
phuric aoid; place a small stool in the - plate,
and on (he stool set a small (ray with water in
it. Overall ploce a low . gloss cover, Cuing
air light. Tho pump being worked the uir is
dr Awn out, and with tho removal of Ihe pres?
sure (ho water evaporates rapidly. It soon
begins to boil in consequence of the develop?
ment of heat. Meanwhile thu vapor, carrying
the heat rvwoy wl|h -It, bj absorbed, by Uie sui-,
phnrio acid. Thus the water is actually fro*"
so solid while lt'Reims', bs'boil! Whether the
apparatus could be ithproyed ortbe principle
' be used for tho production of ico in large quan?
titles remains'to.be proved. Bul* if (bo art of
manufacturing ico 1 on a largo seale shall be
discovered /and tb? germ of it exists In' this
experiment) wo m?y expect (osce loo fa o I orles
established. In fad, experiments have al?
ready boen mado/ with a fair eh are of success,
in the production of artificial ice at a cost
much less Lbac that of (he blocks loft al onr
doo*? by tb> ip? ??rt9, '
TUB SEASON hm nrrivcd when people nrc '
ruiiblod with insects, which nunoy the person
nil injure tho crups, So numerous ure some c
f them Hint many poisons ilcolure they " will '
o colen up III?TC," nnd wo helicvo Ihcy would j
unndlho crops destroyed hui for thc number /
f neniares Hint devour sn'ul insects. Lucky
: is for humunily (hot tho carnivorous insects j
o not increase ns rapidly as Hie grniiivoroiis ; ,
thenvise, in spite of musquito nets, Ilea pow- J
ers and bug-bancs, there is no telling how i
lany uf us would bc dcslroycd by nocturnal
As an instance of tho focuudily of thc insect
ribc, a singlo pair of com wcovils will produce
rom li,(KK) to 8000 dcsccndnuls a season, nnd
his is ii low rato of ?noronso as compared with
he increase of some other insects, including
hose Hint infest houses ami persons that arc
lot noted for their cleniiliiici fl. Or thom we
ivill nut discourse. The female ant lays 80,000
;.ggs |ier duy, and il lins boen proven by nu
eminent naturalist, thal Hie female aphh, or
plant parasite, becomes, in five brief genera
lions, tho mother of a family of 0,000,0011,000.
Thc queen bec deposites 120,000 eggs in twenty
ilnys. We cito hor, not because wo would find
fault if hor honoy-Bwcct majesty layed twice
the number, bul ns nn instance of reproductive
industry. Of Ibo Infinitesimal insects Hint
produco whnt is culled blight, compar?t i vcly
little is known, but their mulliplicatory powers
must bo enormous. Thc mosquito, whose
bloodthirsty logions will soon commence then
work, is not quite ns prolific as some other
entomological nuisances, but in pnrliciilnily
warm and humid seasons ?ls procreative capaci?
ties appear lo bc increased a hundred fold.
The common house fly will produco over a
million of young during Hie season, nnd others
of our annoyances in like proportion.
Tun Norfolk Estuary Company in England
has just completed another embankment of two
milos in length nt North Wooten, adjoining thc
lauds of thc Friuce of Wales and tho Hon. Mrs.
MAUY GUBVILI.E HowAnn. Il *vas begun in
February last, and has added about seven hun?
dred acres to Hint already reclaimed by this
company in tho Wash. This now makes n total
of about four thousand acres of tho thirty-two
thousand to bo recovered from tho sen, for
which tho necessary funds were raised by tho
authority of an amended act of Purliomcnl in
1810. A local paper says : " Tho undertakings
of thc ooinpniiy are becoming of grcal impor?
tance to this purl of tho country, for ifthcsnmc
rate of cnclosuro bo continued yearly, thcro is
no doubt that thc oncc:talkcd-of Victoria coun?
ty will become ft rcnlily. The cost of enclo?
sure is about ten pouuds per acre, and tho esti?
mated value of thc lands enclosed wa?, nt a
late arbitration between Hie owners of thc ad?
joining land nnd tho company, considered to bo
worth fifty pounds per acre ; when il was olso
stntcd 1 thot tho land would make bricks; thurc
was a good site for buildings, good waler, grn
vol lo make ronda, and houses might bo built
on Hie high land, and corn would grow lhere'
This is already a fnct, for on thc land enclosed
tho year beforo last, now belonging to Mr.
Oso. PiRBBBPOXT BENTINCK, a fino crop ol
wheat is in a promising condilion for tho next
harvest. The last cnclosuro has been carried
out by Mr. WILLIAM WALKER tho contractor,
being thc second bank he has mado for thc
company, and extends from thc south end ol
thc last onclosuro to Gay's Creek, which will
he diverted from ita present channel. Thc
bank has been mado continuously, withoul
leaving openings for tho tides to pass through
as has been hitherto adopted."
THIRTT-TWO YEAHS Adi), Sir CHAULES LYELI
examined some ancient sea-marks on thc coasi
of Sweden, and concluded therefrom that th<
i.-j -e c....i,n ,. ,,a rising gradually at thi
SeteiP? li\l?"foc/cr?fiy!cxtin'iin6u inosumc marks
and comes to an opposite conclusion, which lu
has jusl communicated to tho Geological So
oiety. Tho change in the posilion of (he markt
ho regards as apparent only, duo lo fluctua?
tions in tho level of tho water, and not to nnj
upward movement of tho land. The question
thus opened is important. Perhaps other ge?
ologists will tnko il up, and carry it on to s
satisfactory solution. Among oilier geological
facts is tho demonstration thnl gold exists in
tho gravel of tho river volleys of Central New
Brunswick, ns reported by Mr. SHEA; anil thc
surprising yield from a coppor mino in New?
foundland. When last year a few spooimens ol
copper ore from that locality were exhibited at
the conversazione of tho President of tho lloynl
Society at Burlington House, no one anticipated
tho discovery that has since taken pince. At a
depth of seventy feel, while sinking thc shaft,
the miners came upon a lodo of rich ore four
feet thick ; a lovol was then run ot eight nnglcs
to thc direction of the lode, and at a distance
of eighty fcot, another and richor lodo was
slruok. Ten feet further thoro was anolhor
twenty feet thick, and ten fool still furthor an?
other of four foet. Thia is a most extraordi?
nary instance of tho occurrcnco of copper;
Ibo yield will bo enormous, for the distance to
which the several lodes extend are unknown,
and many years may bo spent beforo they aro
worked out. Specimens aro to be seen in tho
Great Exhibition al Paris, along with speci?
mens of lend ore also from Newfoundland, de?
scribed as riob as silver.
IN KO oman COUNTRY in the world ?B thoro
unything liko thc great proportion of property
ilcstroyed by fire thal Ibero is in tho United
States. A recent Italinn coi respondent, itt his
lotter from Florence, after remarking that "if
you have properly In a house in Florence, tho
:hmices aro that your children may 'enjoy il
?flor you, for firo cannot destroy the house,
ind only an earthquake can throw it down,"
lie says: "Thcro has been but ono firo hero
(Florence) of any consequence within tho mem
Dry of men now living:" Ho then contrasts
Ibis with our fire returns in this country, re?
marking: ' Il makes ono shudder to think bf
Ihe paslcboord and Vuiokram constructions in
Ibo United States, i'lio enormous losses by firo
every year in Amorica, aro among tho saddest
?hlngs we have to present to tho contemplation
?f a European. Ia Italian buildings there is
hardly, anything to burn, wbllo In ours nearly
iverylhing is combustible.'* This is all pcr
eolly true; but al Ibo samo time wo may add
hat tho greatly improved character of the
mild inga which havo been erected of lat? y cors,
ind (ho extensivo employment of iron and other
ion-combustible materials in their construo
ioii, give hope (hal we shall yet havo a belier
lato of things, though" it may not bo i eal i red
until firo and fate shall have swept away all
he poor buildings thal wero left ns by the last
;enoratlon. - -
; . ' '"it-.
THE itit.LowiNo PATiiKTic APPBAL, with in
roductory remarks, wo 'find in a Richmond
?aper: "After reading Ibo following appeal
nado to; tho manhood sf ber countrymen by a
loutherp lady, what man, young or' old, who
.as ono spark of gallantry in bis bosom will
all to enroll his name and bocomo a volunteer
n the now war for tho ascendancy of bis rooe,
ind Ibo honor of. bis Btato and hor fair .dough?
ers... .'Breathes thersone^lth s pu) so, dead
0 overy monly imputas,* that ho- wlll ndt l?kp
Q tho front in joyful responso and register'"?
1 Go thon and register, kind friond; i '
Go forth, aneldo not hesitate:
Preparo to vota, and thon defend .
Your homoft from powors degenerate, ' >>?.
Oh, ticed tho calls of her who toils
l'mJouragltigly, through anxious dr?od,
, To wrest our interest* from base colls
DosJgning politicians' Ihr oed. ., .,
"Brieli t reconstruction," is a ory,
Obtained by ovory freeman's voice:
When this take? place we will rojoioo,
, And, read our futuro destiny. ,
: j . BLUB-,
LAUOE?T Oiiiour?ATioN.-Tho DAn.V' iii
T?WS pnblhhcs thc O?' ial List of Lclr N
ctiTreinttihinj tn iAe Posto?cc ut the en? M
>f?'cach week, agreeably to the following b
efition Of the New l'osto?cc Law, as thc o
itfasptjtpcr having thc largetl circulation in tu
hpjyiLy.k/ Charleston: K c
ftRIOMli Ami bell further enacted. That Hats of let- Ti
or? rcuiilnliig 111nihill for In sny rostofUco In any elly,
ovru or village, vthero a newspaper aliall bo printed, ll
ilial) hereafter be published onco only in Ibo ucw*|iapcr
vbleli, bein? publlHhiMl weekly or ottrner, ?hall bnvo Ihp p
arnent circulation ?ullin rouge of delivery of Ibo ?aid
SxT Ad communications tNtattled ?or publication hi
this journal must bc addressed lo thu ?'Altor of the I
DaU'j Nena, No. 18 l/ayiu-strcti, Charleston, S. C.
Jlustncis ??tnmwUeetu?m$ to I'uUisJur of Daily w
UV ru imo/ imilcTfaArc lo rc'.- rn rejected communica?
tions. . ll
Advertisements outside jf the city must bc itccomim- .
ti fed with the cash. 1
BATUMDAY MORNING, JULY C. 18C7. ?
Jon Wornt.-Wo Lavo now coinplctod our j
omeo ao ns lo oxeculo, in tho shortest possible i
lime, ALL KINDS OF JOU WORK, and wc i
.most respectfully ask tho palronnge of our (
friends. _ _ ,
ATLANTA TO CHARLESTON. I
Thc nrrivnl in this eily on Wednesday
afternoon of ft train of cars through from
Atlanta, with the iirst large consignment
of wheat from middle and northern Geov
gin, without breaking lilllie, is tin event in
railroad transportation, which, however
simple, und to outsiders easy ol' execut ion
it may seem, has not before been performed
since thc general destruction of tracks, cars
and ciigincs, in thc spring of 1S?3. Such
an event is nf leo much importance lo the
trade of thc cit y lo he overlooked.
Wc leam that Col. K. W. COLE, the
Superintendent of the Georgia Railroad,
gathered into one train thc Gmt of tho new
crop of wheat from upper Georgia, and with
Lhc splendid locomotive, the "Thomas
Rogers," (Mr. ll. B. HUDSON. Engineer,
and Mr. WM. FuLLKn, Conductor.) left
Atlanta on Tuesday afternoon at six o'clock,
arriving hero in timo to ship tho grain hy
four P. M., Wednesday, by thc Emily li.
Somier, for New York. The distance from
Atlanta to Augusta is ono hundred and
beveuty-two miles, (Von) Augusta to
Charleston, one hundred and thirty-eight
total three hundred and ten miles.
This through train, wc repent, is a sign
of tho times. It shows what can bc done
hy proper effort, backed, of course, by cor?
responding resources-a railroad must
have powerful locomotive*, an abundant
supply of cars, its track in perfect order,
and largo resources in money to undertake
continuous journeys over three or four
huudrcd miles of track ; and it is pleasant
to infer from thc joint efforts of the Georgia
and South Carolina Railroad Companies,
that thc damages of 18G5 arc heing rapidly
Only twenty-two hours from the Atlanta
Depot to tho steamship in thc port of
Charleston ! Cannot this become a matter
of daily routine. Wc know that it can,
and wo believe that it will bc so when che
fall trade opens; and if some I'KAUOUY of
great greenback capacity would generously
donate, or eveu loan, thc South Carolina
Railroad Company a fund sufficient to?
* \ " ">ur nu ml red box Clin?,
and il proportionate number of loco?
motives and passenger coaches, wc make
no doubt this increased means nf trans?
portation would be taxed to its utmost
during the coming season, and instead of
two wo could have three or four daily
through trains to and from not merely
Atilinta, bul even Montgomery.
Rut wc aro indulging, perhaps, in too
great expectations, and must co?tent our?
selves with the assurance of what is actual?
ly agreed upou between tbeso two roads
connecting us with Atlanta. There is to
be a night train through from here to thc
Gate City, ns Ibero is already a day train.
President KINO of thc Georgia Railroad
as well as Prcsidont MAOIIATII of thc
South Carolina Railroad, have had difficul
Uos of no mean character to contend with;
tho first in addition lo heavy losses in roll?
ing stock, depots, tracks, etc., etc., has had
to redeem 81,000,000 of bank notes pf its
own issue, which has been bravely accom?
plished at par; no scaling there ! Tho
latter can point triumphantly to his eighty
miles of (new) road replaced-the now
thorough renovation of his entire track; his
permanent bridges and depots rebuilt, all
without loans, and after such work can
fairly claim thc confidence of his stock?
holders and thc business community, in
what seems to bc thc somewhat thankless
task of furthering thc interests of Charles?
ton mid thc State.
In conclusion wc beg our merchants to
make a note of it, that thcro ?B fo bc no
breaking of bulk betweon Charleston nnd
Atlanta, and that two trains a day will go
forward to bring produce Kost, and carry
goods and merchandise, fertilizers and ag?
ricultural utensils West. In other words,
there is going to bo a lively business, and
our merchants will do well to lot their
country customers know it.
j TUB FOURTH OF JULY.
On Thursday thc anniversary of Ameri?
can Independence waB celebrated in
Charleston, quietly by tho white citizona,
but with unwonted eclat by thc newly en?
franchised colored people. Tho enthusiasm
that for so many years marked tho celebra?
tion of tho Fourth of July ' appears to bavo
been, in a grcnt measure at least, trans?
ferred from tho former class to tho latter.
And this is quite natural. In former times
this'was a gala day in Charleston, because
of the grand parades of our numerous,
gorgeously uniformed volunteer militia
companies, each one ol', whom strove, in
honorable rivalry, to eel ipso nil the others,
ind neithoc pains nor expense were spared
to make tho members and thc companies
vppcnr in first rato soldierly trim. Thon
ibero were various oivil associations, which
iclobrated their anniversaries on this tiny,
rho abolition of our ? militia companies
lapped rho very foundations of tho Fourth
if July. The' great social and political
jbullilifjn, tho resultant', of tho war, has
jrought now blomcnts to tho surface, which
inve assumed tho placo and dischargo thc
unctions of those supplanted by thc rovo
utinn. ?Tho 'colored race baa n natural
>onohan'tfor "shows" of any kind, find in
he days of ?tn thraldom formed a large, icon
?in ge nt of all our parades and processions.
rhe/ro wau usually M^oceau of colored
firhill I? :i rivulet ol willi? participants,
ow (hey enter with great scsi into ?ll
?li festivities, ?ind particularly tho cole
la'tion of Indopuiidcnco Day, which, with
ultuiy jiroat strain uf logic, they consider
tKeoniiiteuiornting (lie beginning ol' thal
ivjl ?uni ]iolilie:il freedom oh (lils Conti
cut, winch led to I lie Olid now before ?uni
round us, nauioly, (heir personal emanei
at ion I rom .sin very.
?0 (heir credit it niusl bo said, and WC
lo it cheerfully and with pleasure, thal
heir behavior on Thursday, and on every
iinilar occasion during the past two years,
UM beeu altogether unexceptionable. NV
10 not think (he same eleuteiilfl of society
lave moved alon;' as harmoniously in nay
lihor city of (ho .Smith, ns has been thc
.ase in Charleston. We observed then
.losely on Thursday, and saw nothing
11 the least reprehensible. There was much,
0 be sure, (o execute the risibilities of those
inclined to sue the ludicrous. Hut Ibo
mimicry was all in good faith, and conduct
id with (he utmost decorum. Wo are glad
mr colored friends enjoyed themselves, and
lid it all in such a perfectly orderly man?
ner. In another column will bo found
fuller accounts of the festivities.
WANTK1?, A WHITE WOMAN TO HIM)
n (MU, Also, n Colored Worrmi lo Cook. Hood
rofcronresrcn,ulrvd. Airily ol No. 'JU KAST HAY.
W.vxTim TO PU rn-11 ASK,-A uutin I
young MIUJU GOAT at ouco. Apply at No. 101
Meeting Btrco , opiKislto Charleston Hotel, or No. 14 Huit
slrncl, 1 Jul, r
Il ANTATION HANDS-WANTK.D, 80
sblo-hodled No. I PLANTATION HANDS, accua
tomod to lim cultura ol Koa leland Cotton. Wages t'iO
per mouth and fed. Apply to
July 0 1 Corner K?st nay and Auger's Wharf.
WANTED, A CURL, A1IOTJT 1* VU AUS
of ORO, ti Ettcuil In a House. Recommendations
acquired, Inquire HUTLED?EJA VENUE, cant aide, nix
doora ?bovo Spring street. wa3 Jnly 3
-Ladled sud OcnUomcn-?10O to $330 por month,
to sell tho GENUINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY HEW.
INO MACHINE. Price only $18. This Hschlno will
hillel), hom, foll, luck, hind, quill, braid, and embroider,
The cloth cannot bo pulled apart, ovon aflor cutting
scross tho scam every quarter or an inch. Every
Machino warranted threo yesrs. fond for circular? and
tornir tu MHH?, or call si MCDOWELL'S ULOUK, cor?
ner Fourth and Oreen streets. Louisville, Ky.
ULlStl ii MoEATURON,
N. H.-FoslUvvly none genuino unie* J coming t brough
Juno 4 luths.1mn
CIIIALK HILL. HAW MILL. AN? PLANTA
' TION, sltnstcd on branch ol tho EdlsUt Uiver,
Lcxlugtou District. FOIl BALK Ult HF.NT on aecomino
ilatluR terms. Api.lytoJAU.lt. PRINGLE. Factor sud
Commission Merchant, Charleston, Be. Ca., No. 0 Ad
ThnOlislk Hill Thirty nor/o Wsler-Power Saw Mill is
cnpablo of avuraglug Ovo ttiouMnd foot of luuibo'r per
day. lim Planhttiou consists ol' turo thousand seres ot
heavily timbered Pl io Und, ono hundred omttw.nly
acres ?f cleared land ii tiler lenco, a good Watcr-rnwor
Grist Mill, noir insulting IIouso with four bud rooms
and dining room, kitchen, storeroom, barn, ct il le, and
all noccssnry outbiill ling* for Mill hinds and tiold ls
borers. Tho locality perfectly healthy, and quality of
timber unsurpa sod. There ls siso a Scotian doposlt on
i lie placo of groat value, sud contracta can bo m sd e. ivllh
several Potteries and China Factories lor a supply of this
IriOIl SALK, A CARRY AM?, WITH TWO
. Seals, pola and shan. Also, a act nf doublo and
single HARNESS, sil lu good enter. Can bo sven anil
bargained for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
31 Lynch street. May 17
TO HUNT, A muni HOUSE ON MOUNT
PLEASANT, with seven rooms, pantrys, dressing
rooms end lsrgo outbuildings; also, a Uno cistern. Ap*
ply to WM. ltlVF.US, Mount I'Uusaut, or Marshall's
whsrf, Charleston._slulh_July 0
O UENT.THE FINE COMMODIOUS Ititi. K
DWELLING, ?Uh proniljrs thorx-to belonging, sit?
uate in Pincknny ?irret, fscing Church. To au approved
tenant moderate tot ni? will hu given. Apply st
Joly Q_3?_No. 105 Market Street,
GUA ND I.ODUU OF A. P. M. OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-Proposals will tie received until
Monday, 1st July, at thc ulllco of tho Grand Bocrotary.
35 Broad street, for renting tim STOKE formerly occu
t.it.l by Messrs. Epsllu At Zomanaky, comer of Klug
?U'l Wentworth street*. It. B. BRUcM...,.
-rjiJTiAKVlUS TO HENlwivHARF ON
I? Cooper River, cost cud of Uss ol strcot; siso,
WU A HF west end of Hull sticcL Apply ut BENNETT'S
TO RENT. A PINE SUITE OP UOOMS
with Kilchi n. Pantry, Bervsnts' Ilooms and Wood
UUIIEO attached Apply st Mo. 81 WENTWORTH
/TAO RENT, PART OP A HOUSE AMD
J Kitchen, pleassuUy situated. In tho weitem por
Uou of tho city, A Unaly without children preferred.
Address 8. H. J., Nows omeo. Juuo 38
TO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE WITH FIVE
ROOMS, within a few minutes walk ol the Pott
o ?lice. Apply at No. 40 WENTWORTH STREET.
BOARDING.- iii HICK PLEASANT IIOOMS
wlUi good HOARD csu Le had ou (inmodiste - -ipil
ralina to No .so. SO CHURCH STREET, wost ildi .oar
Trndd Btrcct. Terms reasonable Juno 13
1.EXCELLENT HOARD, AT VICHY LOW
ll rates. In thc most central bush irv? part of Um city,
wiuiout lodging, lu a pr?valo house, csu now bo bad.
Fur particulars address "X. L, " PostofD.ee. May ls
FP. CHAPEAU HAS REMOVED HIS 8ADDLERY
. AND HARNESS BUSINESS to MocUdg street,
nuxt to Mills House. _3 July 4
REMOVAL.-THE OFFICE OF THE
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY bsa
boon removed from ovor tho old Bink of Chsrlojlon to
No. bl Ultu Al) ST11EET.
LT AS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE FACTO R
IJL AGE, General Commission sud Shipping Umtuet?
WM. AIKEN KELLY, under nsnin and stylo of SUAOK
KLrORD lr KELLY, to dslo from 1st April, 1H07.
July 1, 1807. W. W. BHACKELFORD.
OF MAI 'ULTU A- KA VI IN F.I, IS DISSOLVED THIS
DAY by mutual oonaenL
J. IIAVENEL MACOETH.
July 4 a_DANIEL IIAVENEL. Ja.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
ii ort rr tho raino of R. ARNOLD fe CO., was disolved
ny ita own ll in nation, on tho 1st of April but. Tho busi?
ness will bo contlnuod by ibo subscriber st tho Oki
-Lauri. No. 310 Meeting Street, where Kr. A. E. OAD.-v
HEN can be found ready to atloud to Ole customers of
?a estabUsmonL U. ARNOLD.
July Isl, 1887. No, 310 MooUng street,
July 1 Imo
18 NOW PREPARED TO GIVE INSTRUCTION IN
the FRENCH, having resided several years lu Bur
leans, where sho acquired a kuowlcdgo of tho language:
dso In EMBROIDERY WOllKINO ON MUSLIN, LINEN
IND COTTON CAM lillies. Terms moderate. For fur
her particulars, spply st her resldonce, No. Oe BROAD
ITRKET._tu th Sd _July 3
INSTUUCTION IN FUBNCII. '
\T!-H. NICHOLS. A NATIVE OF CHAJ1LE8T0N,
ITL but dnring tho past fifteen j ear. a resident in
iurope, ls desirous of giving instruction In tho Fr?lich
janguago, clt?er at her o wu residence or at tho hons
>f ber pupils.
Inquire st Urs. FINNEY'*. No. 100 King street.
gittus.SitflittrurMtn, ?lltrrJ.'JJtrfor"ii:tflen, ci,, . In
inrr ber bcflcn ffnp.vllcn tel rance* (ber SnidVrbod'eT,)
;tla)e auf gegett|cltfgrn fluten b?uiUnbct ip,
ttergt ia cen mafHgUcn ^Ir?'mirn.
l?raininir?iibtr ?tit, ?m. itffribjrbt,
jr. e. $. ffcUtri. fitft flinj une SRatlelftrjfie.
January IS tufBmo
'Prevention is Poi tor than Curo. "
j DR. RICOKD'S
Celebrated Frovontivc Lotion.
A PPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
\ tho French Medical Facnlly, as the only safe and
umhin antidote against infection from Special Diseases,
hts invaluable preparation ls suited far either seat, slid
na proved, from ample exp?rience. Ihn most officient
tid roda bl s Prevsntlvo over discovered, thus cfc-ting a
relderetuni lang sought for In the UesUcsd World, If
sed according to directions every possibility of danger
uvy be avoided; a Ungle- application will rudiosJIy neu
-afixe tho venereal vims, expel til Impurities from the
lisorbeiit vessels, and render contamlncUon impossible,
e wiso In time, sod ai a very small outlay, save nour, ot
nlold bodily and mental torments.
This most rolfnblo co, elfie, so unWcreally adopted hi
ie Old World, ls new offorcd for sale for tito first time In
merle* by F. A. DUPORT ft CO., only authorited
gent* ror tho United 8latcs.
Price S3 per bettie. Largo bottle, double sise, ?S.
The usual .discount to the trade. . Sent, soon rely
icked, on receipt or price, to any address, with dlroo
ona and pamphlet, by addrosaing to
F. A. DUPOUT ft CO.,
Sole Asonta for Dr. Ri co rd's P. L.,
May 33 lyr No. 13 Geld street, Nsw York.
. ?. M. WHITING-,
:0E0NEH AND MAGISTRATE,
TAS BJIHOTBD HIS OVF10B ?KGM CH ALU Km I
T. street to-Np, 77 OIIUKCU BTPffltX, near 81.
lehael's Ailey, Augurio
CH A It LK.HTItN TY 1'OGIltAl'IIICAI.
A TT>:ND TliK SECOND QUARTAHLY M Kin INO
fY. Tnit Keening, at 8 o'clock, al Society's Halt Dy
'nier. H. D. UUTSON.
_?uly 0_1 Kocrctsry
;OI.O,tIO\'H Minc; K, No. I, A.?. V.: M...
A N EXTRA COMMUNICATION WIM. MK HOLDEN
/V. I" Ma?>nlr Hull TUM Kerning, tho Ctli haul, nt H
relock. M i intim, anil candidates for degrees ?rill ho
lunctual In alli'inlaiuv.
Dy order of Hf.'. M.*. n. H. WEHNER,
July C !. Secretary.
.M. Kl IT ll A si". It \ 1,1, ri, VII.
ASPECIAL MKKTINO OF 1 UK ALEUT DASE HALL
ri.VU relit bo held TkU Kerning, at 8 o'clock, al thu
I.I ve Oak Ololl Doom. A lull altondauco li desired, aa
?ti?lnr?M of luiportmico will bo presented lo Ibo mooline
JulyO_I__C. H. WINNKH, H crolary.
Y?UNU MK N'S IIIIIISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
AROCIAL HKKTPfn OF THI8 ASSOCIATION WILL
bu held at Hie liomin. King streut. TA ii (Saturday)
Keening, st oYlork. AU liirnibcrs. ortivo, ?iwociato
and honorary, oro requested to oe present, sa ?ell ss nil
ladles fitemlly to tho A-MK litton. A roiwrt will be node,
by lim rotiirusd delegates from tho Convention.
W. W. I'KMUKIUON,
i. u. o. K.-ii. xv. uitAMi I,ODGI-:^VIT?IK
STATK UV SOUTH CAROLINA.
1U1E OFFICERS AND M KM Hi: lin OF THIS D.W.
. (JUANI) I.i Jinn:, nra requested lo meet tho M. W.
timmi Master, fur tho installation of tho Ofllcrrs of tho
Subordinate Lodges, on Uio oveuiuus of thc 'id, 3d, ttb,
Cth, mid 7;h IIIRIS., .its?; o'clock.
Hy order or the SI. W. O. IL
JOHN lt. UONOUK, Jn., M. D.,
July tl 4 (J rand Secretary.
T710R THF. BENEFIT OF RT. STEPHEN'S OHUItCH
JJ will ba held al Hibernian Hall, on Tutiday Kern,
ing, Mfa, ni R o'clork, nud will bo continued evury Evou
IUK during Ibo week.
Admission, 23 cents; Children, 15 cents; Season Ticket,
?1 00. jHIy o
N G. PARKER,
LATE P A II K K R A CHILD,
CLOTHING, SOOTS, SHOES, HATS
Juuoll Ko. 103 EAST DAY.
A. 8 HULL, Ag't.,
HAH REMOVED TO No. 70 DROAD HTttEET. NORTH
HID!', Mil WEI-.N M KETINO AND rniil.ru.
nlicro ho will bollad to ?oe bia Jhl monds and custom
r rn. an 1 li in lu sluro a full assorlruant of (1LOTIIS,
COATINO, CASHIMEHKS and VKKT1XUH of avery va
rtoty, whl eh lie will i ii ike up lo or 1er nt as low pilcos as
any similar olabliibnicnt.
A FTJL?. ASSOll'lAIENT OF FURNISHING OOODS
Fort o EN ILKMI;:;S WEAH.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of O. D. Csrr k Co..)
will suporlotuiul tho Tailoring Department ss u.usi, sud
will Elvo bin r.porlal allanUou lo Cutting sud Making ot
AHilY AND NAVY U.N1FOHMU.
STATE HONDS WANTED.
STA'l K OF fiOUra CAROLINA I10ND9
Slate of houth Carolina Coupons
Northeastern Ila tl road Uanda sud Coupons
City of Havannah Coupons
Memphis sud i'harli ?ton Railroad Coupons
Tho bl?hest prico will bo paid for tho above socurlUes
by ANDREW M. MORELAND. Droker.
July i_ 6 No. 8 Broad street
FREEDMAN'S RAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. tl Stale itreet Money deposited on or herum tho
Ililli day of July will be ouU?ed to lute mit aa from July
st- NATHAN IUTTF.Il,
June 27 16 Caahior.
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
M. T. nEWITT, President.
J. W. A1.VOH?. rlr?t Vlcc-Prcsidont.
LEWIS CLEPH'.NE. Second Vlco-rresldent.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HAU1IIS, General tuspoctor.
U.nklng House, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner of 16th
"trcol, Wsshlugtou, D. O.
BKANCn AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NO. 0 STATE) ST UK KT
Opens ovary dsy, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
froin 10 A. H., to2 P. BL, and from 8 to A P. M.
DEPOSITS OF ANT AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payablo In January and July, lu each year.
All dcposltr will bo repaid with interest dus when re?
All Hie proflbi belong lo tho dopend to rs.
branche, liava been cstabhihed In tho principal cities
from Ntw York to New'Orleans, and accounts csn bo
transferred from ono Dranch to another, wtthont charge
or InterrupUng the Interest.
Invoabuenls sra only mada in securities of the United
UtStSS. RIO ll A KU H. O MN.
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS L. OAUDOZO,
Juna 20 Imo Cashier,
There cometh glad tidings of joy to sU,
To yoong and io old, to gloat and to small;
The bosuty which ouco was to precious and rare,
Ia free for sit, snd all may bo fair.
By the use of
For Improving and Beautifying tho Completion,
Tbs most valuable and perfect pro paradoo lu use, for
giving lbs skin a bcauUn? pearl-Uk o Uni, that ls only
found in yonth. Il quickly remove. Tan, Freckles, Pim?
plas, in?,tehes. Motu Pitches, bsl.ownoss. Eruptions,
snd all Impurities of ibo alun, kindly healing the same
leaving Ibo skin ?hite snd clear aa alsbaater. tts uso
cannot bo detected by tho etgseat KmUny, and hoing a
vogctablo preparation ls porTuctly harmless. It ls Hie
only arUclo of Uio kind usod by tho French, and ia con?
sidered by the Parisian as lndlrpgnsable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 'JC.CCG bottles wsrs sold during Uio
past year, a sufflelsnt guarantee of Its efllesoy. Fries
only IS cents. Bant by mall, posV-psld, on receipt ol no
order, by '
PEIIOKB, BHUTTB li CO., Chemists,
285 River St., Troy, N. V.
SUFFER NO MORE!
Whon by the nie of DR, JOINVILI.E'U KL mn you
canbo pured pernianonUy, end st a trifling cosL
The astonishing- success which has attended thia In
raluahlo medicino for PLjxIcol std Nervous Weakness,
?cntrral Debility and Pro. tr? tl on. Loss ol Muscular Ha?
em, inVnolonoy, or any of tho consequence, ofyouthfu.
mdlscro'Jon, randers lithe most valuable preparation
etor discovered. , . fT r'"!T
lt wUI remove all nervous affections, dopression. ox
dlemcuL Incapacity to study or burl OOHS, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of soli destruction, fe*rs of in
ssMty. Ac. It will restore the appetite, rouew the health
of those who liar o doa troy od lt by sensual oxoeseor evU
practices, 11 ' * ' , .
Young Men, bo tinmbujrged no more by'"Qusck, Doe
tors" and lr^oract^i nc tl ti on er., but tend wilhon? delay
for tho Elixir, am', ho at onoo restored io health snd han
pinosa, A perfect Cure li (luannteed lo ovorr lmtanck
hice ?1, or four botUes to one add roi, ?3
One botUs ls sufflrleut to'eOoct a euro in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOlNVTT.T.F/fi SPECIFIC PILLS, for tbs
speedy and permanent enro of Gonorrheas, OloeL Ure?
thral DlBobirgcs, a ravel. Stricture, and all aOsoktons ci
tho Kidney ? and 11 lad der. Cores effected la from ono to
Ova dsys. They ar? prepared from vegatable esrtraots
that ara harmless OD tho system, and nover nauseate the
.turoarh or ImprtMuato tho breath. No ahango of dist
ls necessary whilo ming them, nor does their action In
my^manner Interfere with business pursuits. Prico ll
Either of tho above-mentioned article, will be rent lo
my address, closely soiled, sad post-paid, by mall or
'xprec. on rooelpt of price. Address all order? lo
, DKltUKii, BUCTT8 k CO.. Cham!.I.,
March 90 ly No. 183 River street. Troy, N. T.
TO TAX PAYER81 . ~ ~
TUTE FOLLOWINO ORDINANCE 18 PUBLISHED
X for the Information of all persons concerned:
us a mm? AK ns TO AHSHD AW ORDIKIKCS to aunrs soi.
russ rem TUB naa 18C7, ann roa or nava ptntrosxa.
L Be it i ordained by tho Mayor sod Alderman In City
?ouncll sswemhisd. That all Uies paytblo under the Or.
llnance to raise .upplios for th* year 1B87, and for other
rarpotaa, bs paid on or befe rs lbs 2?th d.y .< Jans naxti
-od that psrsoTJS who shall make default of payment ot
heir tai os'on that day, shall pay. In a i di tl on to tba I la
Jbonnt of their tsiss, ons and n half per oenb oar I 1?
aonth un?i tho Slit day of July, when, ll not paid an
mount of two perl cent, per month upon Ute amount
if Ures shall bs paid; and siter tho 31.t dsy of August
bree per cent per month on tho anount of taxeadue
hall be paid until payment of tho whole amount ls made.
IL That all persons who nog loot or nut to pay their
aonlhly taxes an or before the fifteenth day o' each
oonth, sliall rerpeettvely pay on the amounts thorner
wo per nant por month from ?ch fifteenth day. until
aymsntU made. ?
UL Vd in City Couped! Ibis seventh day of Uar, lu 1 rm
aUtyHtoTfu.0" 0U?nd dRht bundw^Jj? I Vj"
iK^Mtf^t?aA^'}p J ^
BOOTS AND SHOES.
? rn* o p
IMMENSE REDUCTION IN PRICES.
A SPLENDID STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
For Hon, Women and Children,
OFFERED TO CUSTOMERS AT A
Reduction of 20 per cent.
FROM LAST MONTH'S PRICES I
MY MANNER OF DOINO 11UBINE.SS (HAVINO,
kt nil timen, but ono prico), ia a BiilYiciont guuran
loo lhat all who furor mo with their patronage will
l>q fairly doalt with.
MY STOCK, being lvrgo and of oxcollcnt variety,
will bo sold at priooH which will defy compotition.
[ would aunox a Bclicdulo of priccn, but epaco will
not ju .rmi t. Suffice it to say, that all who favor
mo with their custom will not depart disHntieflcd.
No. 260, Bend of King Street.
Juno 39 atuthl3
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. UUrtD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ol Spottswood lietel, Richmond.
Tolcgraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
PROPRIETOR CF THE
GREEN V 11.1.1 :, 9. C.
A FINE LUNCH
Served. Eve rv Day,
FROM ll TO 13 1-3 O'CLOCK.
STEVENS HOUSE, No.. Mt. ?3,25 AM) Ss7
Broadway, N. Y" opposite Bowliog Oronn-M n tho
European rian.-THE STEVENS HullSE ls well and
widely knowu lo tho travelling public. Thu locaUon ls es?
pecially suitable to merchants and buslucss mau; it is In
closo proximity to ibo business part of tho dry-ts on
tho highway of Southern and Western travel-sud adja?
cent to all tho principal Railroad and Steamboat depot*.
Tho HTF.YeNS HOUSE bsa liberal accommodation for
over SOO guests-lt ls well furnished, and posaesse? every
modern improvement for Uio comfort and outortainmcnt
of tts hu ma los. Tho rooms aro spacious and well von ti?
ls ted-provided with gas and water-the attendance is
prunipl snd respectful-and the tabla ls genoronsly pro?
vided with every delicacy of tho season at moderato rates.
Tho rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, w
aro ami td to olTur eura facilities fur the comfort and
pleasure wf our guosts. OEO..K. CHASE & CO.,
Uay 38 Om o Froprlotore.
o cn T i OT nv.
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - - No. 1175 KINO STREET,
IfSABLY OPPOSITE ILLSKL.
mUE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH lft
_L 8ERTRD st moderate p ri cea.
es- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
UK A 1, ANiESTHEHA.
March 5 tuths Orno
The Universal Verdict ot all the Most Ex?
perienced l'ii tl ry Cook, and lion.?keep?
er, t. til at Ibo
18 THE MOST RELIA DLB OF ALL DAKIN O POW
DEUS, being beautifully while, and freo from sit In
lurious ingrodlont., besides requiring only two-thirds of
tho quantity to have tho samo effect as other Yeast
Powders, lt you want delightful Pto Crust, Blacuit and
i-i m Bread, give lt a trial
*"or tale by annis tn k MARTIN.
No. 238 King street
HENRY BISCHOFF k CO..
No. Wi East Bay.
W. 8. CORWIN k CO..
No. 360 Klug street
DOWIE k MOISE, Druggist.,
No. 1S1 MEEriNO STUILET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 34 ? tbstuGmo
TUE WORLD ?MIHI)
AT TUB WOKDKHTTJT. BX~tXJUarIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to hspplncss Iii oso who, from doleful
ironls, catastrophes, Crosse? in love, loss of relations and
rienda, loss of money, icc., hero become dospondonL
lbs brings logelhsr those long separated, give.Informa
ion concerning absent friend, or lovers, restore, lost or
tnic n property, tells you tb. business you ara best
inatlflod lo pursue and In what you will be most suoooss
ui. sauses speedy marriage*, and lelia you tho very day
ou will marry, gives yen tho names, likeness andohor
c tc ria tl cs of the person. She read, your very thoughts,
nd hy her almost supernatural powers, unvstls Ula dark
nd biddon mysteries of Uio future. From the star, we
ee tn the firmament-the mai coo atora that overcome er
rt dominate In tito configuration-from the aspect* and
oaiUons of Uio planets sud tho fixed stars In tho heavens
t tho limo of birth, she dodaoa* the future destiny cf
ian. Fail not to consult the greatest A.txologlst on
arth. It costs you buta bruie, and you may never again
sro to favorablo an opportunity, OonanlUtion fee. with
kents, and sU desired informsUou, tl. Parties living
ta distance can consult the M adamo by m til with equal
ifety and aaUsnacUon to themselves, ss if in person. A
ul and explicit charl, written out, with ali Inquiries ar*
s-erod au? likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt x
rice a boro mentioned. The strictest aecrosy will be
tain iain ed, and aU corree po nd on ce returned ordo.tr.iy
L Refersuocsof tho blgboat order furnished those ..o
rios them. Write plainly tho day of the mouth m.i
MU* In which you vere boru, enclosing a .mall loo a ol
Address, MADAMS II. A. PERRI00,
P. O. Dauwxa 393, B?rralo, N. Y.
March 80_ ly
EXCELSIOR I EXCELSIOR !
For Ramovlag 8 u ye i fl ur, nj Hair.
[Y> THE LAD I KS ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
L depilatory recommends Itself ss being an almost ln
tpsnsfbls article to female beaury, ls easily applied
?. not burn or injure tho akin, but act. directly on the
nt?. It ls warranted to remoro superfloous hair from
w foreheads, or frota any part of the body, completely,
lally and radically exUrpatlng tho same, leaving the
in soft, smooth and natural. This ls tho only arti ole
ed by Ult Frairoh, tod ls tho only reel effectual dspila
11n exhrlenoe. Pri?e IS oents per package,' - post.
Id to any address, on receipt of an order. Try
??}t? JV BKilQKR, BHOTTS * CO., Chemist*,
?torch 80 lyr No. 386 River ot, Troy, N/T.
? ?'? . . NOTICE,
, . OOTlCE OF THE CAPTAIN OF POLICE, 1
_ _Oat?XJttnwt, 8. O, May 30, 1863. I
) ATI AO Tl A PH IL Of ORDINANCE TO REOULATB
U.o "Cloanilng of Privies and, Vaults," forbids the
? of barrels tn of/en cart, sud wagon*, and partios sp?
ring for license MO required to provide closed cart,
[tabla for the purpose. An persons; therefore, woo
rpoae Liking Jobs of the altad, are hareby required tri
lng th .ur carts io main guard honan for inspection be
? applying for Boona*. C. a 8I0WALD,
?AT M imo Captain of fo?ot.
GROCERY ANO MISCELLANEOUS
NEW POTATO H.S.
Pm: mm.scuinr.its WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
liaml a supply <if NKW IHIHIi POTATOES, from
hk'h llioy will liv pleated to nil order*.
KINSMAN .V 1IOWK1IL.
July ll I No. KW Kant Hay.
VT KW FULTON M A UK HT lilli
LN Now Cunnii Fork
Now 11? ll.m. .ml Strips
Nuw lirait Chillan
Ni-w H.i|>.mm Knox.agc
Nrw Cn ?in UktKM
Now c,i'll h
Toan. ConV >, Pknmtel?, Sugars. HnUlnH, Al'i muli.
.itt. Pioneer Yr??t Power, W..slung Ulm-, KHKK.II
II I . in hu|.?MU il io order. Hy
WM. IlllOWKIl, (Irnror,
July tl tl No. Ul Spring Mm l.
JUST A HUI VED.
Krv MILH. MESSFOItK AND 1'OIlK HEADS
.311 For H?1U liy WM. (1 If KN KT,
July ?1 No. ii? Kean H?y.
DALIFOUNIA WINE COM PANY~.
(INCOIIIIinATED KovruuKit 1, lttOO.)
AV 1 N ? S ,
ITU ci I HK VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Andelos mid Na JIU
W. H. CIIAFEE, Agent.
NO. 207 KAST DAY', CHARLESTON. S. C.
nOCR. sn run v, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL.
Fori, Wino Hitters, Claret. Suiiomo Jlrnudy, California
Catawba. Sonoma Clianipaiinu (lu ipi.ir lu). Sonoma Cbsin
pugno (In pint., 21 lu n mao)-In wood ?nd gl.ioi.
April ao _tullmGiuua _
Wm W. WILLIAMS & co.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
OI-TAIiLESTON, S. O,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & Ci?.,
CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 117 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
May 7 tiilli?3ino
GEORGI! mw urnm \
FOR THE BENEFIT OF TUE
W. W, BOYD & CO., Managers.
J A M EH KEHR, Manager's Agent for Cbarloston.
TOR LEOISLATURE OF TUE STATE OP OEOROIA,
at Ita lut sossinn In December, 1SC0, granted a
Lottery Privil?ge to Deputy Grand Master W. W. BOYD,
ol Atlanta, Uv, (and othor grantee.,) tor tho lum rill of
Ibo wtdowa aud orphan, lu tho Stain, aud lo erect aud
cuduw an tn.litutlun to bo caUcd Ibo
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
who baa associated with himself in tho di.cbargo of thia
duty as Manager., .evora! of thu moat eminent, wealthy
and Influential men in Uoorgla, who hsvo aecoptod tho
Tile high snd honnrablo cb- racier of tboso gonUemcu,
the unwearied zeal in IndofsUgeblo tabor sud heartfelt
devotion of Doputy (Irand Msster BOYD, tho pnuclpsl
mSLSgor in Ibis csuae, ls s sufficient guarauteo that tho
Lottsry wUt be conducted in a islr, open and Jual man?
ner. Tho prococds of Ibo Lattery, lesa tbs current ox
penso., havo to bc applied to tho building and endowing
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME,
and being dovotod oictuaivoly to such n charitable pur
pone, permlsalon ha. boon granted by tho Commissioner s
of Internal Revenue of tho Treasury Department st Wash?
ington, to draw said Lottorios exempt from all chargo,
whether from .poeta) tax or other duty.
Itunilrivlo of jhousMds of friends ofthe Masonic Fra?
ternity In lin- united Stale?, and all good dtiious, will be
rejoiced to seo Ibo
"MASONIC ORPnAN8' HOME"
orcctcd snd endowed, sad be Ibo pride snd glory of thu
Grind Fraternity, for tho great instituUon or
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONRY
hovers. Uko Ood's Angel of Morey, over tho widows and
orphans. It mini.tors its loving cboritlos to those in
want, and its principles of liberality, brotherly lovo and
charity will endure for agon, and their binding force bo
strong ss links of steel.
TO BE DRAWN
IN OPEN PUBLIC
Wednesday, July 17th, 1807-Class D.
SCHEME THE SAME FOR BAOB MONTH.
1 Prise Of.860,000 ls.950.000
1 Prise of. 20.000 ls. 20.000
1 Pri.o rf. 10,000 ls.10,000
1 Prizo ot. 8.000 is. 1,000
lPrizoof. 1.6001 "" ..""
1 I'rlxoor. 2,600 J . .?00?
24 Prix.? of. 000 are.12.000
BS Prizes of. 250 sro. 19,700
1J0 Prizes of. 200 are.26,000
160 Prizes of. IOU are. 16,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES :
9 Approximation Prizes of MOO each ror the
nins remaining units ortho aamo ton ai tbs
No. drawing the MU,OOO P.lzo are. 1,600
9 Approximating Prizes of 1250 nach COT ibo
niuo remaining units of Ibo sams ten of tba
No. drawing tbs 120,000 Prize aro. 2,260
9 ApproxhnaMon Prizes or $200 aaob tor tho
nine remaining units ot the sams ten ot tbs
No. drawing the 910,000 Prise are. 1,800
0 ApproximaUon Prisa, of 9100 each ror tbs
niuo remaining units ot tbs same ten ot the
No. drawing tbs 96,000 Prlxo aro. 900
IB ApproximaUon Prizes or f 100 each for Ibo
nine remaining units of tbs aamo tan or the
No.. drawing lbs 92,600 Prizos sro. 1,800
in Prizes amounUng to.91C8 OOO
^Whole Ticket, ?12 ; Halves, $6; Quarter., tnt Eighths,
Od- All t ie Prizes sbovo stated aro drawn al every
OP THESE. GREAT I.OTTKllllS AND
BXPIiANATION OP Dil A AA I MIS.
Tba nhmbors from 1 to 30,000 ooma ponding with tba
numbera on toe Tickets, are printed on separata slips of
paper, and encircled with small tubes, and piaron, lo a
glaaa wheel-all tho prises in ascorvtanos with tbs
Schema, aro similarly printed snd oncireled, and placed
In ano th or glass wheel. Tbs whsels are than revolved,
and two boya, blindfolded, draw the nnmb.ro snd
prizes. Ono of th. boys draws one number from tho
wheel of n nm bars, and st tbs sams Uro* lbs otb ar boy
Iraws onions prix, from tbs wheal of prias*. Tba num?
ber and prize drawn out ar? exhibited to the andiene?,
ind wbatavsr prfss corns, out ls ragistared and placed to
Ibo credit of that number-sud this op?ration ls repssV
>d rm Ul all the prsses are drawn out.
Tbs Tick nt? ar? printsd tn tbs following .lylo: Thar
ire divided into Eighth., printed on the taco of tbs Tlekst.
I Eighth, bsaring tbs sams number cona!tut? a Whola
ricket. Prises payable without diaconat.
W. W. BOYD ft CO., Managers.
Correspondents may rely on prompt attention lo or?
lon by simply anclo.lnf money with rmi address. AU
nie r. for Tickets and Soham es snd Information lo be
JAMES KERR, Agent,
OFFICE NO. 20 BROAD STRIKT,
Key Box No. 68*. Charleston, H. O.
June 14 im0
Oh 1 ?hs was beautiful and lair,
With .tarry eye?, and radiant l?ale,
Whoso curling tendrils, soft .ntwined,
Bncbalntd lbs very hsart and mind,
or Curling tho Hair of oithor Sax Into. Wary
and Olossy Ring-lots or Heavy Vaaairo
3Y UKI Na TH 13 ARTICLR LAD LB 1 AND OKNTLC
ll KN can beautify themselves a tboaasnd^bld.
i ls the only aril clo in ike world that will curl straight
tlr, and at the same Hms give lt a besuUfuJ, glossy sp
saranoe. Tbs Crisper Oom s npt only curls tho bair, but
i vigors tes, beaut! ta? snd cleanse, lt; ls highly and de
jht/ully perfumed, and ls the most complets arUolo ol
ia kind erar offered to tbs Amirtnan public Vue
ri ?per Ooma win be sent to any addrase, sealed and
jstpold for tl.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK st CO., OknrauHo,
No. S West Faysfct* street, Byraonaa. H. Y.
March 90 . . i1T
fl OT I CH,
O77102 0? THE CHIEF OS* POLICE.)
OHAaxraxoir, a a, May 4.1867. I
rt DE UEO UL AR INSPECTION OV T^LOTS AND
L lnclosures, vaults, ?a., wUl commen?a an Monday
tA M IBM. p ?nor. and occupants are bert by reojitred
ssa that their premise* ara In good oondlUon and that
1 nub and frarbag. U removed aa r*q.uLr?d bj Ordl
nea. Other Inspection, will foliow.
By order of Mayor flin i ??r.
a B. BIO WALD.
Chief ef Polio?.
THOMAS K. AGNEW,
rsarosru avro csuuuza tm
'Ine ?roe?rle?, Chotea Tasia, Kto.. Hts,
IS. 2?0 r.od OBKKNWICH- .T" 00E. Ol' MUHHAY,