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The celebrated General JOMINI hu just re?
ceived from the Emperor of Russia the grand
cordon of Sr. ANURI. He is 87 yeera of age.
The proprietors and compositors on The In?
nocent (hot, the New York comic paper, are all
The First African Church in Bichmond is
supposed to be the largest on the continent. It
has over 4000 names on its record, and over
3000 resident members.
The H?gers town (Maryland) Mail states that
?ales of new wheat were made on Tuesday
last by some of the farmers of Washington
County at $2, deliverable in a couple of weeks.
A telegram from St. Joseph, Mo., says:-A
volcano has been discovered in the Cedsr
Mountains of Colorado. A volume of steam
about three feet in diameter issues from its
The Hambarg Freitehutz says that counter?
feit one thaler pieces, made of glass heavily
silvered, have appeared. They are a marvel
of perfection, and will stand any test except
that of a heavy blow.
The Emperor ALEXANDER, of Russia, has
given orders that there shall be sent to the
Emperor NAPOLEON, to be deposited at the In?
valides, a sword which belonged to NAPOLEON
I., and which his Majesty offen ss a tribute of
respect to Fran oe.
A Montreal paper says: " Ia addition to
tho unequalled water highways which we poss?
ess in our great lakes and rivers, the Domin?
ion bas no less than 2437 miles of railway
already opened, the construction of- which cost
The colored children of Washington have
formed aa organitation known as the "Van?
guard of Freedom." The members pledge
themselves to abstain from intoxicating
drinks, and to avoid profane and vulgar
The. Courier de Lyon relates that a great
disaster has occurred at Medena, the typo?
graphic establishment of the Immaculate Con?
ception having been destroyed by fire. Reli?
gious books, considered to be worth 176,000fr,
were consumed by the flames.
The Navy Department, after sage consulta?
tion, have, determined that the Admiral shall
have a rectangular blas flag, with four white
stars displayed in a diamond or loxenge shape.
The Comm od ere is to have a swallow-tailed
pennant, of blue, with one white star.
It has been discovered, by an enterprising
antiquarian, that all the fighting nations of
ancient times have died out or fallen into desu?
etude, while the Chinese, who cultivate the arts
of peace, have grown to the respectable num?
ber sf 400,000,000.
Among the jewels in the Swiss department of
the Exposition is a very handsome beetle, with
diamond ejes, enamelled wings, glittering with
precious gems. Ton touch a spring and he
raises his wing sheath and shows a watch, pos?
sibly half aa inch across.
A tobacco fair was held In the city tobacco
warehouse of 8t Louis en the 2d inst Thir?
teen premiums were offered, ranging in value
from $50 to $400. Missouri, Kentucky, Vir?
ginia, and West Virginia, took the premiums.
The first premium sold for $260 per one hun?
The amount of gold in the vaults of the
Treasury Department on the 1st instant, waa
$108,060,000, of which amount $19,000,000 is
payable on certificates. Tbs amount will be
reduced this month by the payment of interest
on 5.20 and other bonds, in all amounting to
The President has tendered the Governor?
ship of the recent, purchase from Russia to
Hon. BanJAMiH STARK, of New London, Conn.,
lately a Democratic Senator from Oregon. Mr.
STARK married a Misa MOULTHROP, of New
Hsv<-?. and lives in his native city, New Lon?
don, om the wealth he acquired on the Pacific
The subject of admitting females to member?
ship reoehtly again occupied the attention of
the American Institute of Homeopathy. A
resolution offered hy Dr. L. MCMASUS, of
Baltimore, ^that the American Institute of
Homeopathy admit to membership properly
educated females, without regard to race or
color, was tabled.
Th? friends of Crete in London have recent?
ly^ organised ? Candiote Refugees' Relief
Fund. .Already, during the short period of its
existence, mora than $10,000 have been col?
lected. ' ile needs of the Cretans become
every year greater, and ii is, therefore, of im?
portance that the sympathixers with tho rising
tf Crete everywhere should continue tobe
liberal in support of the good canse.
A Buffalo paper states that the propellers
convey vast quantities of grain from Toledo,
Chicago and other Lake ports, and do so with
comparatively little expense. A sailing vessel
or propeller now often comes into Buffalo with
26^000 bushels of corn or other grain, dumps
lt int? ene of the storehouses through the
agency of the eforatorsv and befo? night is en
the -way back, and sometimes with a cargo for
the point ef departure.
Recently some of the negroes residing in and
about Louisiana, Mo., held a meeting to regu?
late the price of harvest hands, at which they
reoolved not te work in the harvest for less
than $3 60 a day. The farmers south of
Lonhmana, ssany of whom are large wheat
growers, , took the matter np, and resolved not
to employ any of the negroes participating in
the meeting at any pri?e. The consequence is
the negroes were worsted.
British Columbia is in difficulty, financially.
Her paper has gone to protest. The annual
interest on the colonial debt is past doe, and
there is no money in the exchequer to pay it
Other debts laO due this year. The expendi?
tures of the colony will not be less than $700,
000 ; the receipts cannot, hy any good fortune,
exceed $200,000. The outstanding liabilities
are now $1,200,000. Some of the papers urge
this as a reason for annexation of the Province
to the United States.
The New Glasgow (Nova Scotia) Chronicle*
says that two frogs were found a few days ago
deeply imbedded in the. Acadia coal mines.
One cf them waa kHled, unfortunately, by the
fall of the coal. They were found in a small
cavity filled with water, in the centre of the
coal seam, 100 feet beneath the surface. The
living animal is small-siied, perfectly shaped,
and is quite lively, but at the same time ii
blind, and has no month. When pot into fresh
water it becomes insensible, and the water be?
comes covered with slime ; consequently it can
only live in water taken out of the coal mine.
It is at present in possession of Major NORTON,
American Consul at Picton.
Mr. Boss WIN*ANS, of Baltimore, now over
seventy years of age, purchased In 1861, a
farm of about seven hundred acres, along the
banks of the Psiapsoo Riv er, and about six
miles from Baltimore. His land cost him $50,
000; he added buildings at a cost of $20,
000; his fencing cost bim $3000, and he
manured at an outlay of $67,000-making the
total cost sf his estate $120,000. During the
year ending on 1st May Issi, his sales of milk
amounted to $87,680 71; of cows and calves,
in the same period, he sold $11,986 worth, and
had fifteen or twenty more animals on hand
than at the commencement of the year. He
however purchased $9098 worth of cows and
heifers during the year. At the close of the
year he had on hand two hundred and twenty
tons of bay, and his total product of hay for
the year was estimated at eighteen hundred
tons-a great average per acre. His system
of manuring tends to build up and nourish his
land, and not to impoverish it. His milk is
.old to the small grocers in Baltimore, st thirty
eenie a gallon.
T-iiXv C..,?? '
Br TH s SPANISH steamer Ciudad Condal^
which arrived on the 25th, we have received later
news from Mexico. The intelligence concerning
Gen. SANTA ANNA is meagre, but it is positive
that he has been taken from Sisal to Cam
peachy, where he was received by thc people
in a very riotous manner. The General was
brought to Campeachy in a small armed launch,
and during the trip exhibited the utmost tang
froid, telling the crew stories, giving an account
of the reception he met with from the people of
Yucatan, when he went there in 182? as Com?
manding General, and his anticipations of that
which was awaiting him now. From the mo?
ment he set his foot on shore, he was surround?
ed by a turbulent and excited multitude, main?
ly composed of the lower classes, and of all
colors, who were shouting and asking for his
life in the most violent manner, and it seemed
as if the populace would succeed in selling him
to satisfy their thirst of blood. One of the
ringleaders came so near that the General was
compelled to defend himself with his fist, and
gave him a severe kick with his wooden leg, to
prevent the man from assassinating him. The
better classes did not countenance this proce?
dure, and after a while some of the Liberal offi?
cers succeeded in opening a passage to conduct
bim to the appointed prison, where he was;
placed in solitary confinement. It was feared,
however, that the populace would raise a tumult
and sacrifice SANTA ANNA to their fury, as they
did only two weeks ago Generals ESPEJO, GO
7ANTI8, AVILA and PONCE. SANTA ANNA'S life
hangs by a thread. Some important documents
were found on his person when arrested at
AN INTEBXSTINO experiment with an omnibus
drawn by steam on common roads has just
taken place in Paris. A small locomotive,
named the Lormenjat, of two and a half horse
power, and linked to a vehicle containing
places for twenty-six persons, left the exhibi?
tion building one afternoon, and proceeded tc
the Quai de Billy, on the opposite side of the
Seine. There Prince NAPOLEON, accompanied
by several distinguished persons, took their
seats in the omnibus, which set out along the
avenue which leads to the Place du Roi de
Rome, ascending without difficulty the declivi?
ty. On arriving at the summit of the rise, the
Vehicle set off at a speed between seven and
eight miles an hour to the Bois de Boulogne,
where it passed with the greatest facility
amid the lines of carriages along the banks of
the lakes, at that hour so greatly frequented,
?nd after describing circles within an exceed?
ingly limited space, returned to the Point de
1'Alma. Prince NAPOLEON expressed his satis?
faction to the inventor and the directors of the
I new Messageries a Vapeur Company, by which
these vehicles are to be worked throughout
France for the conveyance of passengers.
"THE Es? USU ARK just now in a ferment of
anxiety over the American fifteen-inch gun re?
cently landed there. Mathematicians are busy
at work upon it in calculating its power, and
an amusing array of algebraic expressions and
columns of figures in several papers attest the
severity of their labors. When this process
ls finished, we would suggest that the gun bel
I fired. This is an experiment that has not yeti
been tried. At Shoebnryness, they are wont
to exhaust the integral calculus before they
apply the sponge and friction-primer in the
tes ting of heavy guns. However, the fifteen- j
inch gun has already made its record inj
America. It hos been fired with a charge of
100 pounds of powder, and the solid fifteen
inch shot has been propelled with an initial |
! Telocity of 1600 feet per second. The largest
gun ever yet mounted in a British man-of-war
is the nine-inch WOOLWICH wrought iron-rifled
gun, which carries a shot weighing but 260
pounds. The fifteen-inch gun carries a shot of
nearly double this weight, and in the absolute
' power of the two guns there is almost no com
Tn STRUT CAR QUESTION in Mobile, be?
fore Justice LOOMIS, was on action brought by
j Estelle Lalande, a colored woman, against the
Spring Hill Railroad Company, to recover
damages for refusing to permit her as a pas?
senger to ride in their cars. The case was
tried by Justice LOOMIS, who, after a fall hear?
ing of the oas?, rendered the following de?
cision : That by the rules of the company the
colored people were excluded from all paris of J
tko cars but the outside, and were charged
half prie* therefore. The rule prescribed by
the defendants in this case, from the
proof, is necessary to the interest and main
tainance of the road, as the patronage of J
either whites or black* alone might not be suf?
ficient to support it, and as a provision is made
for all,' with different and proper rates of
charges, I think it reasonable, at least so the
owner* and proprietors think ; and by their
charter they are made the judges, as a right
incident to their property. I therefore decide
in favor of tho defendant, and enter judgment
'In A SPEECH recently delivered in th* French
Senate on. the fate of MAXIMILIAN, then in
! doubt, M. DUPIN asserted that the murder of j
? a prisoner of war in cold blood would, by con?
trast, redound to the honor of the French arms
in! Mexico. M. Du PI n must have a conveniently
short memory, if at the time of making this
boast he was not troubled by the recollection of I
Mexican officers butchered in cold blood under
the sanction of an order from Marshal BAZAINE
himself. The Senator also asserted that the re?
sponsibility of MAXIMILIAN'S fate rested entirely
upon the United States; but the question might
be raised whether that responsibility should
rest wholly with the United States, who com?
pelled the French to leave Mexioo, or be shared
with the Emperor, who thus left his hapless
tool in the lurch9 As to MAXIMILIAN, it is cer?
tainly hard to hold Atm responsible for the
butcheries perpetrated by the French in Mexico.
Tm LONDON CORRESPONDENT of the Phila?
delphia Inquirer remarks: "It would be the
part of wisdom, I think, if the United States
Government were to abandon all thc suits it
has commenced in this country against persons
implicated in the late rebellion, for it seems to
be the settled determination on the part of all
the English judges, let the circumstances be
what they may, to decide all questions ad?
versely to the United States, whether they are
plaintiffs or defendants. Two of these cases
hove been heard, and, as has hitherto been
the case, both were decided, on some petty
technicalities, against the United States Gov?
ernment. It may be that these British judges
are the wisest and most conscientious men in
the world, and if so I can only say that either
the United States have very bad cases or else
j very poor counsel, for the latter are always
I snubbed and the former turned out of court.
A MiLWA?KTE PAPER says that the farmers
of Wisconsin are beginning to see that hops pay
better than any other crop. In consequence
the cultivation of hops has largely increased,
and seems likely to be pushed to an extreme,
in which case, by a familiar principle of politi?
cal economy, the profit will vanish. From Kil
bourn City station 43,000 pounds of hop roots
were shipped during the last season, a quantity
sufficient to plant 1955 acres. It is estimated
that 9000 more acres will be planted with hops
this year than last. The quality of the Wis?
consin hop is claimed to be fully equal to that
of the eastern hop, although the fact is not yet
admitted by brewers.
Admiral WILKES, of the United States Navy,
has 1600 acres of land at High Shoals, N. C.,
carries on extensive iron works, employs 150
laborers, and has established a school for freed?
men, of which his wife and daughters are the
teachers. They have 150 pupils.
LARGEST CHELATION.-?Tta DAILY |
filWB publishes the Official LUI of Lei'
\ing in the Postoffice at the end
week, agreeably to the following
of the New Postoffice Law, a* the
loper having the largest circulation tn j
ti. And be it farther enacted, That lists br let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Poa to Alee in any ci?yT|
town or Tillage, whore a newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
HO" Ad communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications io Publisher of Baily
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 18C7.
JOB WOBK.-We have now completed our
office so as to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
?UK CITY.-HER PAST AND FUTURE.
In the present state of political and
financial gloom, with business depressed,
and the policy with which we are to be
governed for some time to come quite un?
certain, it may not be unprofitable to in?
dulge in some reflections in reference to the
business of Charleston. In thc days of |
the Colonial Government, this city was the
seat of a prosperous trade with the mother
country, based on the exportation of rice,
indigo, tobacco, and the products of the
forests, creating a large and profitable in?
tercourse, and building up the fortunes of
some of the most distinguished names in
the State. Just before the Revolution the
exportation of rice alone had reached the
considerable amount of 70,000 barrels. At
the commencement of the struggle of 1776,
Charleston and South Carolina had cer?
tainly no special cause of dissatisfaction for
want of material success; for her commerce
was profitable and growing, and she was, in
most respects, a pet colony.
Soon after the close of the Revolution,
the introduction of the cotton plant and
the cultivation of rice in the river swamps,
particularly the former, led to a large and
remunerative foreign intercourse, and al?
though thc trade in cotton at this port did
not develop itself with the rapidity which
it did at some places having a more fertile
back country and cheap means of inter?
course with thc interior, still its growth
here may bc considered surprising, when it
is remembered that it had not fairly com?
menced until after 1800, and the exportation
of the article reached the amountof 500,000
bales, just before the last war. The
(late civil war so completely disorganized
the planting interest that the exportation
of 1865, and '66, was only about 112,000
bales and for 1866, '67 will probably reach
1170,000, but we are hopeful that during
the coming year, unless the weather should
be more disastrous than we anticipate, that
we shall have from 250,000 to 300,000
bales to send forward. The trade in lum?
ber and naval stores in the past has also
been profitable, and was growing, up to the
time of the late difficulties. Unfortunate?
ly for our city, much of the profits arising
from this considerable traffic was removed
from beyond her limits from time to time,
and it is supposed that this depletion
amounted to $40,000,000 or 850,000,000
dollars during the past half century.
This abstraction was owing to two
causes: First, the large number of our busi?
ness men who were foreigners, who, in
some instances, merely came here to obtain
wealth, and after that object was had, they
returned to their native land. Another
was the disposition, even among native
merchants, to go abroad and spend more
lavishly of their means than the occasion
might seem to require or call for. These
two causes have interfered to a g at ex?
tent with the growth of wealth here. This,
however, will measurably be correct ! in
the future by the increase of native pr?
enants, and the necessity of practit ;
economy cam?ed by increased competition.
For the future, although we look forward
to some trial and difficulties, there are
many reasons to be hopeful. Charleston
enjoys a position which, while it hos some
drawbacks, is possessed of many advan?
tages. Until the introduction of railroads,
her means of communicating with the in?
terior was of so inferior a character that,
standing as she did with only her natural
gifts, she would necessarily have been aplace
of small note, but by the use of the iron
horse, the position of affairs is materially
changed, with lines of railroad extend?
ing gradually to the most important points
in the interior, it would only seem to
require good management to secure a large
and prosperous commercial intercourse.
Occupying a central situation between
Cape Hatteras and the southern point of |
Florida, with a harbor well landlocked,
! possessing a depth and expanse of water
sufficient for the largest commercial opera?
tions, and a bar which now admits of the
passage of vessels of seventeen to eigh?
teen feet draft, and capable of further in?
crease in depth, admitting thc passage
of ships carrying from four to five
thousand bales of cotton, and which, in
consequence of the receding linc of the coast
south of Cape Hatteras, is thrown back
nearer the centre of the Great West than
any point north, a climate of unsurpassed
comfort from the 1st of October to theist
of J une, and, although the heat in summer
is oppressive, it is moderated by the
sea air, possessing a remarkable degree of J
general health, aud having a country at her
back of unlimited extent and after leaving
the tide water region, say from twenty-five
to thirty miles from the coast, most of it suit?
able for the abode of the white man, may
we not hope for a successful career in the
future, if we are only true to ourselves ?
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
ry\0 THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
X depilatory recommends itself aa being au almost in?
di sponsiblo article to female beauty, is easily applied,
docs not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on the
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part or the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating tho same, leaving thc
skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the only article
tiaod by the French, and is the only real effectual depila?
tory in existence. Price 76 cents per package,' post
l?id to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BEBO EB, SHDTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 lyr No. 386 ?iver st, Troy, N. Y,
\TTA\TKD, FARM HANDS, WHITE OR
VL COLORED, Apply to H. W. KINSMAN",
j Wy 8 2 No, 275 King street (?p blain).
TO $10 PER DAY.-AGENTS WANTED
to sell tho GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE
Tho above amount can be made,
\Apply lo M. M. QUINN,
-.V Wholesale and Retail Agent,
; No. 527 King street, opposite Ann street
June 26 _ wfm
^?trANTED.- DISCHARGED SAILORS AND
VT Soldiers, and all others out of employment, to act
as Agents for the sale of the Golden Stationery Package,
from t6 to $10 per day can be made. Apply to
ll. M. QUINN,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 627 King-street, (opposite Ann-street)
June 26 wfm
AMOST DESIRABLE, SPACIOUS SOUTH?
WESTERN BOOM, with Dressing and Bath Rooms
attached, opening on Southwestern Piszz?, oan be ob
tamed at the "KING MANSION," comer Meeting and
A few more DAY BOARDERS can also be accommo?
dated on reasonable terms. mw2 July 8
TO RENT. FOR ONE OR A TERM OP
? years, the two-and-a-half story WOODEN DWEL?
LING, No. 10 Rutledge Avenue, opposito Doughty street.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. wfm_June 26
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE R E S I -
DENCE, Mo. ll KING STREET, with all tho neces?
sary outbuildings, cistern, Ac. Inquire at No. 9, SOUTH
SIDE OF THE ABOVE._wfm_Juno *
r) 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, and ampio kitchen accom?
modations. To an approved tenant, terms moderate ;
possession given immediately. Enquire at WILKINSON
Ai GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE No. 48 Broad street
TO RENT, THE PINE COMMODIOUS BRICK
DWELLING, with premises thereto belonging, sit?
uate In Pinckney ttrect, facing Church. To an approved
tenant moderate terms will be given. Apply at
July 6_3?_No. 106 Market street
GRAND LODGE QP A. F. M, OP SOUTH
CAROLINA.-Proposals will be received until
Monday, 1st July, at the office of the Grand Secretary,
26 Broad street for renting the STORE formerly occu?
pied by Messrs. Epstin k Zemsnsky, comer of King
and Wentworth streets. R. S. BRUNS,
Juno 29 Grand Secretary.
rRENT. PART OP A HOUSE AND
Kl (chen, pleasantly situated, in the western por?
tion of tho city. A family without children preferred.
Address 8. H. J., News office. Juno 28
T7K>R SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
JJ Seats, polo sud shaft Also, a aet of double and
singlo HARNESS, all tn good order. Can bo soon and
bargained for cash or s timo noto at thirty days, at No.
21 Lynch street May 17
BOARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOARD can be had on immediate appli?
cation to No No. 59 CHURCH STREET, weet side, near
Trodd street Terms reasonable._June 12
IEXCELLENT BOARD, AT YERY LOW
'j rates, in the most central business part of the city,
without lodging, in a private house, can now be had.
For particulars address "X. L," Postofflce. May 15
fTTHE FIRM OF BANE k SMOKE, OF LEWI8VILLE,
_L Orangeburg District, S. C., was dissolved on 16th
Juno lost Mr. SMOKE assumes all responsibility.
Lewisvillo, H. 0._3_July 8
|_T AS ASSOCIATED WITH HTM IN THE FACTOR
JJL AGE, General Commission and Shipping Bustoess,
WM. AIKEN KELLY, under name and style of SHACK?
ED FORD k KELLY, to dato from 1st April, 1867.
July 1,1867. W. W. SHAD KELFORD.
rE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
with hhs In the FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS, his Son, GEOBGE H. IN GRAHAM, Jr., un?
der the namo and stylo of GEORGE H. INGRAHAM St
SON. GEORGE H. INO lt AHA M.
July 1st, 1867._mwO_July J_
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE FIRM OF FERGUSON k HOLMES IS THIS DAY
dissolved by Its own limitation.
$f WM. P. HOLMES.
Charlee ton, July 1, 1867.
TITTLE CONTINUE THE GENERAL COMMISSION
YT BUSINESS, and will settle the affairs of the late
firm. JOHN FERGUSON.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of R. ARNOLD St CO., was disolved
by its own limitation, on the 1st of April last. Tho busi?
ness will bo continued by the subscriber st tho Old
Stand, No. 219 Meeting street, where Mr. A. E. GADS?
DEN can bo found ready to attend to tho customers of
tho ostablisment R. ARNOLD.
July 1st, 1867. No. 219 Meeting street
July 1 Imo
PUBLIC SCHOOL POR COLORED CHIL?
DREN, ESTABLISHED BY THE PROTESTANT
EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
XT7TLL BE OPENED TO-MORROW MORNING AT 10
VV o'clock, at ita Schcol Houso ^formerly the Marino
Hospital) to FrankUs street
All Interested in tho instruction of the colored race are
Invited to be present Addresses sui tab lo to tho occasion
will bo delivered. After the services scholars may en?
roll their names. E. L. KERRISON,
Joly 8_2_Secretary of the Board.
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MBS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
nut during the past fifteen 3 ears a resident in
Europe, is desirous of giving instruction to the French
Language, eitner at her own restdenco or at the housee
of her pupils. _
Inquire at Mrs. FTNNEY'9, No. 190 King street
FF. CHAPEAU HAS REMOVED HTS SADDLERY
. AND HARNESS BUSINESS to Mootidg street,
noxt to Mills House._3_July 4
KEMOVAL_THE OFFICE OF THE
rOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has
been removed from over the old Bank of Charleston to
No. 69 BROAD STREET.
SALT SULPHUR SPRINGS.
Monroe County, Wost Virginia.
rrraE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OBTAINED THE
? management if thoo SPRINGS, long celebrated
for their medicinal properties, beauty of scenery, and
health of climate, will open them for the reception of
visitors on the first of Juno, 1867, and will endeavor to
marni a'n their past reputation.
These Springs havo been thoroughly analvsed by Prof.
W. B. Roo ESS and Dr. DAVID STEWART, O? Baltimore,
and as shown by the analyses contain (among other val?
uable mineral properties,) Iodine in sn appreciable de?
gree beyond any other Springs to the country. They
also contain more Sulphur than any Springs known, ex?
cept tho Harrow Gate Springs to England.
Th se Springs are accessible either by way of the Vir?
ginia Central Railroad to Jacksons River, snd thence by
stage, or by the Va. and Tenn., Railroad to Christians
burg or Dublin, and thence by stage. They are distant
from the White Sulphur 25 milos, from the Rod Sulphur
17 miles fro ai the Sweet Springs 22 miles.
TERMS OF BOARD-13 per day, or $15 per week.
Servants and Children under 12 years of ago half price.
Pamphlets containing a description of the Spring, with
an analysis of the waters, will be furnished upon appli?
cation. WALTER H. JOHNSON,
July 3 6 Late of Brown's Hotel, Washington, D. C.
" Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
the French Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
infallible antidote against infection from Special Disease?.
This invaluable preparation is suited for either sex, and
hus proved, from ample experience, (he most officient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long Bought for m the Medical World. Il
used according to directions every possibility of danger
may bo avoided; a Bingle application wUl radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all Impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Bo wise in time, and at a very small outlay, save hours ol
uutold bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted in
Ute Old World, is new offered for salo for the first timo in
America by F. A. DUPORT St CO., only authorized
Agents for tho United States.
Price $3per bottle. Largo bottle, double size, $6.
The usual discount to the trado. Sont, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A DUPORT St CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ricord's P. L.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Street, New York.
Office No. 147 Meeting sir. t.
Every attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGH1
TO ANY POINT IN TILE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10_Augusta. Ga.
TUE SUMTER NEWS,
DARR & 08TEEN, Proprietors.
"PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. AT SUMTER. 8. C.
' Subscription $4.00 por annum. To Clubs of font
$3.00 per annum.
Aaverti semnuts Inserted on liberal terms.
ORA\GK LODGE, No. 14, A. P. BI.
ABEG UL AB COMMUNICATION OP THIS LODGE
will be held THU Scening, et Me tonic Hell, at 8
Applicants for the E. A degree win attend punctually.
By order W. M. WM. A GIBSON,
July 4 1 Secretary.
ATTENTION CHARLESTON FIRE ENGINE
rrUTE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OP YOUB
X Company will be held at your Hall, THU Evening,
8th instant, at 8 o'clock. Every member ia particularly
requested to attend, as business of importance will be
submitted for your consideration.
By order. GEO M o LAIN.,
July 8_Secretary C. F. E. Co.
.ETNA SOCIAL CLUB.
rERE WILL BE A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
CLUB at tho Hall of the Palmetto Steam Fire En?
gine Company, This Evening, at 8 o'clock.
Members will please bo punctual hi attendance, as bu?
siness of Importance will be submitted for their conside?
ration. By order. WM. ARMSTRONG,
JulyS 1* Secretary.
"THE MISSION OF Tl WAR,
The Colored People
ELEMENT OF STRENGTH
MRS. FRANCES E. W. HARPER WILL DELIVER
the above, her final LECTURE, to the Charleston
public THIS EVENING, tho 8th July, instant, 1867,
at the CENTENARY CHUBCH, Wentworth street, oppo?
site the Military Hall, to commence at 8 o'clock
Tho proceeds to be appropriated to benevolent pur?
poses. 1 _July 8
FR THE BENEFIT OF ST. STEPHEN'S OHURCH
win be held at Hibernian Hall, on Tuesday Even?
ing, 9th, at 8 o'clock, and will bo continued every Even?
ing during the week.
Admission, 36 cents; Children, 1/5cents; Season Ticket,
$1 00. July fl
STATE BONDS WANTED.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS
H tat : of South Carolina Conpona
Northeastern Railroad Bonds and Coupons
City of Savannah Coupons
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons
The highest price will be paid for tho above securities
by ANDREW M. MORELAND. Broker,
July 3_6_No. 8 Broad street.
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. 9 State street Money deposited on or before the
16th day of July will be entitled to interest as from July
1st NATHAN RITTER,
CHARTERED BY ACT OP CONGRESS.
M. T. HEWITT, President.
J. W. ALVORD. FiTitVlce-Presidont
LEWIS CLEPHANE, Second vice-President.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HARRIS. General Inspector.
Banking House, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner of 19th
Street Washington, D. 0.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NO. 9 STATS STREET.
Opens every day, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
from 10 A M., to 3 P. M., and from 3 to 4 P. M.
DEPOSITS OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payable in January and July, in each year.
All deposita will be repaid with interest duo when re?
All the profits belong to the depositors.
Branches havo been established In the principal ci ti ea
from New York to New Orleans, and account? can be
transferred from one Branch to another, without charge
or interrupting the interest
Investments are only made in securities of the United
SUtes. RICHARD H. CAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS L. CARDOZO,
June 3fl Imo Cashier,
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
fTTHE SUBSCRIBER ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS
J_ connected, as heretofore, the
In all its part?, with the FURNITURE, so that he is pre?
pared to furnish funerals complete, and to give personal
attention in tho moat dullen te, respectable and satisfacto?
ry manner. He ia also prepared to remove bodies to any
instance free of smell and decay. . _
FISK'S M ET ALIC CASES, and all kinds of COFFINS,
always on hand Cn the moat reasonable terms.
Southwest corner Wentworth and Meeting streets.
Or at No. 9 COLLEGE STREET, at night and Sundays.
June 38 fmwlmo
REDUCTION OF DENTAL PRICES TO SUIT
DR. J.E. DAPRAY, DENTIST, IS NOW PREPARED
to complete tho insertion of whole upper or lower
sets of ARTLFTCAL TEETH, upon the most approved
method, and with the best materials, at $30 per set Par?
tial sets in proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
perfect fit and neatness of fi ulah, guaranteed.
AU other op?ration? upon the Tooth performed in a
skillful and warrantable manner.
Office at his residence NO. 6 LIBERTY STREET,
May 30 mwf Charleston. 8.0.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to gt eat and to small;
The boru ty which once was so precious and rare,
Ia free for all, and all may be fair.
By the ns? of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect preparation in nae, for
giving tho skin a beautiful pearl-like tint that is only
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, SaLownees. Eruptions,
and all impurities of the alon, kindly healing the same
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Ita use
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation ia perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of the kind used by the French, and is con?
sidered by the Parisian aa indispensable to a perfect
toilet Upwards of 80,000 bottles were sold during the
psst year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 75 cent?. Sent by mail, post-paid, ou receipt ol an
BERGER, 8HUTT8 A CO., Chemists,
386 River St, Troy, N. Y.
TO TAX PAYERS!
rrVHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
JL for the information of all persons concorned:
AN OBDINANCK TU AMKND AN OUDINANCX TO RAISE SUP?
PLIES FOB TUE YEAN 1867, AND ?OB OTHXB FUnPOSXS.
L Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council aase ui bled, That all taxes payable under the Or?
dinance to raise supplies for the year 1867, and for other
purposes, be paid on or before the 39th day of June next:
and that persona who shall mako default of payment of
their taxes on that day, shall pay, in addition to tho
amount of their taxes, ono and a half per cent per
month until the 31st day of July, when, it not paid, an
amount of two per] cent per month upon the amount
of taxes shall bo paid; and alter the Slat day of August
three per cent per month on the amount of taxes due
shall be paid until payment of the whole amount is made.
IL That all persona who noglect or fail to pay their
monthly taxes on or before the fifteenth day of each
mouth, shall respectively pay on the amounts thoreof,
two per cent per month from such fifteenth day, until
payment is made.
Ratified in City Council thia seventh day of May, in
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
[L. a] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. 3mo May ll
OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OF POLICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 23, 1863. I
PARAGRAPH LI. O.'' ORDINANCE TO REGULATE
the "Cleansing of Privies and Vanita," forbids the
use of barrels in open carts and wagons, and partiea ap?
plying for license aro required to provide closed carts
suitable for the purpose. AU persons, therefore, who
purpose takiugJobB of the kind, are hereby required to
bring their carts to main guard house for inspection be?
fore applying for license. C. B. SIG WALD,
May 24_2mo_Captain of Police.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POIICE, )
CHABLE8TON, S. C.. May 4,1867. j
THE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosures, vaults, Ac, wiU commence on Montlay
next, Ct Inst Owners and occupants aro hereby required
lo see that their premises are in good condition and that
all filth and garbage is removed aa required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections wlU foUow.
By order of Mayor GAILLABD.
C. B. 8IGWALD.
_Chief of Polii-e.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have not executed their bonds and taken out the proper
cards to show that they have license to sell, wiU be rf -
ported as not complying with tho law, alter Monday, 6th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All
failing to observe this notice will also be reported, alter
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
Marchs Clerk of Council.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HJ8 OFFICE FROM CHALMER!!
street to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near 84.
Michael's Alley. August 31 |
N G. PARKER,
LATE PA?KE? & CHILD,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
Janel* _No. 103EAST BAY.
A. S HULL, Ag't,
HAS BEMOVED TO No. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
8IDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will be g lsd to tee his Md friends and custom?
ers, an 1 has in store a full assortment ot CLOTHS,
COATING, CASHMERES and VESTINGS of every va?
riety, whioh he will make up to or 1er at as low pi ices as
any similar establishment
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR OENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr A Co.,)
will superintend tho Tailoring Department as usuah and
will give his especial attention to Cutting and Making of
ABMY AND NAVY UNIFORMS.
May ll . 2mo*
A FINE LUNCH
Served Everv Day,
FROM ll TO 1? 1-3 O'CLOCK.
PROPRIETOR CF THE
G Ii E KWH. L E, 8, C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Ko tunda of Hotel.
June 17 Gmo
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. 31, 33, 35 AM) 37
Broadway, N. Y., opposite Bowling Groen-l n the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOOSE is well and
widely known to the travelling public. The location is es?
pecially suitable to merchants and bimi ii ess men; it is in
close proximity to the business part of the city-ta on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all tho principal Railroad,and Steamboat depots.
The ST EVINS HOUSE has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests- it la well furnished, and possesses every
modern improvement for the comfort and entertainment
of its inmates. Tho rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with gas and water-the attendance ia
prompt and respectful-and the table ia generously pro?
vided with every delicacy of the season at moderate ratea.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, w.;
are eua)' d to offer extra facilities for tho comfort and
pleasure uf our guests. GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May 38 6mo Proprietors.
THE WORLD HMD
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
SHE BET ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She ree toros to happiness those who, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, lou of money, ftc., have become despondent
She brings together those long separated gives informa
don concerning absent friands or lovers, -estores lout or
stolen property, tells you the DUSIMM you ?-? W
qualified to pursue and lu what you will b , moat success?
ful, canses speedy marriages, and tells y. a the very day
you will marry, gives you the names, UV en esa and char?
acteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, un va us the dark
and hidden mysteries ol' tho future. From the stars we
see in the firmament-the malefic stars that overcome or
predominate in the configuration-from the aspects and
positions of the planets and the fixed stars in the heavens
at the time of birth, ahe deduce, the future destiny cf
j man. Fail not to consuU the greatest Astrologist OD
[ earth. It costs you but a trifle, and you may ne ver agai a
have so favorable an opportunity, Consultation fee, with
likeness and all desired information, 91. Parties living
at a distance can consult the Madame by mall with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A
full and explicit chart, written out, with all inquiries an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt ii
price above mentioned. The strictest secresy will re
mslntataeJ, and all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. Referen ces of the highest order furnished those o
airing them. Write plainly the day of the month and
year In which you were born, eunice ing a small loo . ot
Address, M AD AMI H. A. PERRIGO,
P. 0. DBAWEB 393, Burr ALO, N. Y.
WAITE WIR SPRIGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
mUE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
X WATERING PLACE, having gone to great expense
since the but season, in changing the position of and re?
pairing the COTTAGES, grading tho Walks and erecting
new Building?, together with many other improvements,
wUl open THE SPRINGS for the reception ot visitors oa
Saturday, June 1st, 1867.
Being situated in the northwestern part of the State,
In a country remarkable for Its beaut ty and healthful?
ness, these, together with the virtues of the Waters, make
it one of the moat desirable WATERING PLACES in the
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS aro the White and Blue Sulphur, and
Chalybeate, and they powteos all tao finest qualities of
these waters, and are sovereign remedies for oil diseases
of the LIVER, BOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS are accessible by any of the roads load?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., and at that point the Western
North Carolina Railroad will convoy visitors to Hickory
Station, at which place conveyances are always In attend?
ance to take them to THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of the Medical College of Virginia, win be
at THE SPRINGS the* entire Season, and invalids may
rely noon good attention.
Having again secured the services of Mrs. WRENN,
and mode ample arrangements for keeping a GOOD
TABLE, and the best Wines, Liquors and Segara, and
having engaged Smith's Band for iho Season, wo sutely
promise to all every convenience for pleasure, comfort
and amusement that may be desired.
BOARD PER MONTH.$60 OO
BOARD PER WEEK. 18 00
BOARD PER DAY. 3 00
Children under 7 years of age and Ser?
vants Half Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, I
January 3,1807. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the folio wm;; Ordinance licenses have been p reparto
tor delivery from this (juice. S. THOMAS,
8zo. 1. Beit Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen i u
City Council assembled, That from (and after the first day
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, draj
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
tho same manner, and according to tho same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let ot
driven Ifor hire, except giving bonds, And each sm li
cart, dray or wagon, shall bu provided with a badge con
taming the number thereof, and marked Private, to ue
placed on the outside of the abaft
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer es
surety to any bond under the Ord meneo concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates foi
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, ic,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which slmll
be free from other taxation:
PUBLIC CASTS, DRATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED Di AM)
BUSINESS WHATEVER, POB II IRK DIBXCT OB INDIBECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse ci
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two borsesor
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, $30.
For every bark and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus
with two horses, $60.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus,,
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every exp rees wagon drawn by two or moro h oreti
or mules, $60.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CASTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $6.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do
moe tlc purposes, and not to be employed in the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum ol
$3, exclusive ot the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, thia ICth day of Januar}',
[h. s.] in thc year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
January 3_W. H. SMITH, Clerk of CounciL
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
CITY HALL, November 9,1866. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN THE
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of tl ic City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charleston to proced? in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up thc
City anew," aro hereby notified that the form of appli.
cation for loans can be obtained at thc office ef the Clerk
of Council, between the hours of 9 A M. and 3 P. M.
AU applications most betf* d In the above mentioned
office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to con?
sider the same.
By order of the Mayon] w. H. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk of Council,
OROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
ff A ?BLS. ME88 FOBS AND PORK HEADS.
fJU For sale by WM. GURNEY,
JolyS No. 103 Eut Bay.
mo SAVE YOUB COTTON CBOP AND INCREASE
X the yield, nae CROASDALE'S SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE, the Standard Fertilizer, richer in ammonia and
phosphoric acid than any other fertilizer in the marke!.
For sale by WM. GURNEY, Sole Agent,
June 28_fmwa_No. 102 East Bay.
HMD POWER COTTON PRESS.
For Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saving Machine that can be
put on a Plantation.
OPINIONS OF THE PEOPLE t
ALLENDALE, BARNWELL DISTRICT. S. C., )
March l, 1867. f
Messrs. Little d) Marshall :
GENTLEMEN : I used, during Ute past season, one of
"Ingersoll's Portable Cotton Prosees," purchased of you
last september. I have always been prejudiced in favor
of the "Screw Press," and nothing but dire necessity in?
duced me to try any other. I take pleasure, however, tn
adding my testimony in favor of Its entire adaptation to
the wants ol a cotton plantation. It bsa surpassed my
most sanguine expectations. I have packed with but
two hands, yet I prefer four-two at each lever. My
bales all weighed over 600 lbs. The first lot I sent to
market averaged 6621 os. My impression is that 600 lbs.
is about the capacity of the Press, and s greater number
of pounds subject the fodow-block to too much risk, un?
less the sides of the cotton box was Increased. It would
add greatly to the value of the Press if the cotton box
was ten inches longer. In haste, I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, kc, B. W. LAWTON.
P. S. I took my Prees down and carried it some four
miles to pack tho crop of s neighbor,.who failed tj have
a "Screw" built; he was so much pleased that he has
determined to abandon the "Screw" and purchase "In?
gersoll's Press." B. W. L.
OFFICE OF KINO'S MOUNTAIN RAILBOAD COMPANY, I
Yous VILLE, a C., April 15, 1867. J
GENTLEMEN : I have Just received your letter ot Feb?
ruary 14th-upon my return to this place, after an ab?
sence of two months-and this reply may be too late for
your '.DescrJpttve Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
The Press I used in packing my cotton last year
worked admirably, packing, with ease from 600 to 626
lbs. With good active- hands to work lt, I am satisfied
that from eighteen to twenty bales might readily be
packed in a day.
This Pm-as combines the advantages Of lightness, and
I consequent portability and simplicity (being easily man?
aged bf any one of ordinary Intelligence). Great com?
pressing forco, with little motive power, and "last, but
not least," it ls worked entirely by hand, thus saving for
the farm horses the hard labor imposed upon them by
the use of the ordinary ,<Screw."
Respectfully, kc, yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE k MARSHALL, charleston, 6. C.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Agents for the Ingersoll Cotton
No. 140 MEETING STREET,
Oppositi* Pavilion Hotel,
mwf (!harleaton. H- fi.
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DB. JOINVLLLE'S ELIXIR you
can be cured permanently, and at a bining coat
The astonishing success which has attended this In
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness
General Debility and Prostration, Loss of Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of y ou thru,
ta discretion, renders it tbs most valuable preparation
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, Incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of sehr destruction, fears of in?
sanity. Aa It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc
tois" and ignorant piacUtionera, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and be at once restored lo health and hsp
Bieas. A perfect Cure is Guaran teed in every DSBSSaoa
Lee $1, or four bottles to one address S3,
Ono bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DB. JOINVLLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for tbs
speedy sud permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and ah affections of
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system, end never nauseate the
stomach or impregnate the breath. No cliange of diet
is necessary while using them, r.or does their action In
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Price St
Either of the above-mentioned articles will be rent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address ail orders to
BERGER, SHCTTS 4t CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 286 River street. Troy, N. Y.
Ohl she was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose curung tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
CRISPER I OMA,
For Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Maasivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIi > AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves s thousand-fold,
lt ls the only article iii the world that will curl utruight,
hair, and at the same time give it a beautiful, gic-ny-ap^ 1 ;
poi iran ce. The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, but
Invigorates, beautifies and cleanses lt; ls highly sud de?
lightfully perfumed, and is the most complete article of
the kind ever offered to the American public. The
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed and
postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
rv. FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
for the information of all concerned :
AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE TBE CLKAN8INO OF PRIVIES
AND VAULTS nf THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF TOT CITY.
I. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, That
from aud alter the ratification of this Ordinance, it shalt
not be lawful lor any person to cleanse or reniovo tho
contents of Vaults or Privies within the limits of the
city, without having previously obtained s license for the
same; all such boen see to expira ou thc 31st December
of o very year, and be subject to all requirements impos?
ed by Ordinance? regulating the granting of Licenses for
Drays and Carts.
TL That tho use of Barrels In opon Carts and Wagons
is prohibited, and parties applying for License will bc io
quired to provide closed Carts suitable for the purpose,
UL All persons having such License shall repoi t rt
one of tn Guard Houses, during thu day, his or their in?
tention u lo such work during the ensuing night; in the
Lower Wards such report to bi made to thc Main Guar 1
House, in the Upper Wards to Upper Guard House.
TV. The place ur places for the deposit of such offal
shall be designated from time to time by the Mayor.
V. Every owuer or driver of such Licensed Cart or
any other "person who shall violate any of ths provisions
of this ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to observe
the samo, or any of them, shall forfeit and pay for each
offence a fluo not to exceed twenty-five dollars, to be en?
forced by the Mayor in his Court, or recovered in any
other Court of competent Jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this seventh day of May, in tho
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six?
II. 8.1 P. C. GAILLARD.
W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
Clerk of Council 3mo May 10
TO REGULATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS Pro
DUCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council assembled. That from and after the 16th day
of June next, it shall not bo lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cobar,
store or building south of Line street, in a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shah be contained in
vessels ol tin or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, ito 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 timo lt
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons 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 urisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
(1*8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. june 6
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for the year 1867," is published for the information
of persons selling Gooda by sample or otherwise, who sra
not residents ot this city. All such persona are hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars OD every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this etty by rons not residents, by sample or
otherwise," W. H. SMITH,
Marchs Ckrk of Council