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Connecticut flahormon claim to havo caught
350,000 ahad thia acaaon.
A St. Louis tailor baa taken a prlzo at tho Pari? ,
Exposition for a suit of goutloman's clothes.
. IttoatwrtedlrythoBan riandaeo papers that ,
forty tous of advor and six of gold aro aont away ,
from thal city ovcry mouth. -
Thcro waa a aeroro hall-olonu In southern Illi?
nois a fow daya tinco, Bomo of tho hail-stones
measuring Boron inchos in ciroumforonoe. I
Tho now govommont of Canada will ooo^ $116,
000 a year for the salaries of the officials; alono,
the chief magistrate gotting doublo tho bmount
paid to tho l'rOBidont of tho United States,
A band of missionaries ondor BOT. Mr. TATLOB,
sixteen innurobor, havo entered upon thoir labors
in tho interior of China. Thoy adopt tbs native
dross, and attract niue h attention.
Tho believers in tho approaching mlllcnijam aro
now at Warobouso Point, Conn., nnxloualy waiting
to go Up. Tho understanding is lhat unless tho
present attempt is successful, thoro will ?not bo
another opportunity for two thousand years.
The Mobilo Jiegisler calls attontlon to tho fact
that a serrant of General BBAOO'S, that deserted
him during the Mexican war, and Joined tho
Mexicans in fighting against the United States, is
now ono of tho registrars for Hobllo County.
Tho Indian war assumes larger proportions.
Fighting In Colorado, outrages in Arizona, and
murders on tho Upper Missouri aro telegraphed.
Tho Idahos and Crows agroo to poaco. The Citoy?
ennes don't. Thoy aro lo bo whippod. I
An oichaii go says "the Black Crook" will reach
its three hundredth rortoscntation next'Saturday.
Nearly 700,000 parsons have witnosaod thia spoo
laclo of unfailing sphndor, and tho rost of tho mil'
lion throng tho entranoo to tho thcatro nightly;
Tho five newspapers in Portland, Matno} which
wera burned out by tho great Aro of last year, and
alnoo thou havo occupied temporary quarltrs in
and out of the etty, hare at last found an abiding
placo, and aro now housed under tho samo rbof.
Tho Hypcrnion, tho largest balloon uvdr mado
tn thia country, with a capacity for sovenby thon
natl foot of gas, oscori??"* fr~, , , [
~_ . .j ..wiuuUD, under tho charge of Professor
Kian, who took Bevon companions with him.
Tho whale fishery, which was at ono timo a con?
siderable interest in Great Britain, has dwindled
down to small proportions. Sixty yeats ago
ono hnndrid and sixty rossols woro engaged in
this industry, bnt now thoro ia loss than a third of
. that number. ?j?! ' j
A barrel of -whiskey, ono of varnish, sind ono
hundred and fifty dollars cash, wcro tho pfesonts
lately made to a preacher by hi? congregation; so
reports a western Journal. Tho anomalous char?
acter of tho giftB does no I to om to havo excited
any surprise lu tho mind cf tho reporter, j
Tho grand prlzo in tho Paris lottery of one
hundred and fifty thousand francs ($30,000) waa
wou by a poor farm laborer at B?ros Morainvil?
liers, in tbo canton of Polsay. Ho had. taken
unto himsolf a wife shortly beforo tho drawing
The Connecticut General Association reporto 298
Congregational churches in tho State, with' 46,771
members, of whom IS,3d arc malea, and 31,510
females. Added during tho year 4658. Children
lu Sunday schools 44,707. Contributions avorago
from four to flvo dollars from each member.'
A new and vary remunerative branch of business
has lately been started in M el bou mo, being that of
tba exportation of loaches. Thoy aro collected tn
the interior, and packed in Melbourne, and tent to
tho United States, London and Paris. It is es?
timated lhat from two three millions will be ex?
ported this soason.
The report of the Boyal Commission on publio
education in the colony of Viotoria roourds 1080
publio and private schoola in 1SG8, or ono school
to every 686 of tho population. Tho number of
scholars was 79,878, or ono scholar to every 9.07 of
the population. Tho number of teachers was 2130,
or one teacher to ovary 297 of tho population.
Lat MONEE relates an extraordinary fact tending
to prove an influence ol the cholera upon the men?
tal faculties. A working man, well advanced in
years, had a vicient attack of cholera In 1865. Up
to thia moment ho had certainly never manifested
any literary ability, but after his recovery he com?
mun ced to write poetry, and bas already published
qui Ui a volume of poems.
Abe ratos of tolla adopted by tho Cuba Cable
Company aro as follows : To Koy West, 43.50 for
twenty words ; $1 75 tor ten, and twenty o*uU for
- every word over twenty ; to England, $53.60 for
twenty words ; $26.75 for ten, and $2.75 for every
word over twenty ; to Ceylon, $81 for twenty
words, and $31.25 for ten ; to tbs U.'ited Bteiea, to
any part, $10 lor twenty words, and $5 for ten, and
fifty cents for ovary word over twenty. I
It ls definitely announced that the Qu?en of
Spain will leave Madrid on the 18th or 14th of thia
month. In her party will be the Infanta Tmnvr ia
tad NABVAZS.' She leaves her busbaud as regent
to minago h or comowhat disturbed realm during
her absence. After some weeks of toa bathing
abe will proceed to Paris and visit tbs exhibition.
Sba will then ead from Barcalona under the escort
or the Spaniab fleet, to Civlta Veechia, and will
pay a abort visit to the Pope.
Some oooeutxio person has beou inves?giUn?
the subject of decorations. He states that one
thousand eight hundred Belgians wear decorations
of tho order of Leopold, and that sixty-four thou?
sand Fronohmon wear decorations of tho Logion
' of. Honor, i The proportion of the decorated to
the undecorated ii in Belgium one to sixty-six,
and in Franco one to one hundred and sixty-six.
His conclusion is that any ono who haa a penchant
for ribbons will prefer Belgium to Franco aa a
place of ros i de nco.
Emigration to the Woat continues to flow on in
a steady and increasing stream. In thirty-three
days prior to tho first of July nearly ten thousand
immigrants arrived at Columbus, Ohio. Two
thousand roached thcro in the single wook ending
July 29tb. But of thia latter number-Swiss, !
Prussians and Bohemians-one-quarter Intended
nettling in different portions of Ohio, already
.elected ; one-fifth in Missouri, and the residue in
min?la, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ne
1 braska, while a few go to Kentucky.
For many years Virginia baa boen subject to
sporadic attacks of gold f ever, and a frosh one
seems to be upon her now. A correspondent of a
Freden ok? burg Journal reports as "highly pro?
bable," that by tho first of Novomber, seventeen
mines will be opened in the counties of 8pottsyl
Tania, Culpopper, Orango and Louisa ; and fur?
ther, that a farmer in that region a fow days ago
sold six hundred aerea of othorwlso worth loss
land to a Philadelphia Company, for sixteen thou?
The London Tima, In desertt/u,B ik. wonM 0j
the late eommomoration day at Oxford-a time
when the mi der gr ad aa tes ron riot in their mani?
festations of rea pod for or dislike of, not only their
fallows and teachers, but mon and women in gene?
ral-?aya that " the lion of the day waa, beyond
doubt, Mr. G roaos PZXBODY, who waa received
with enthusiastic applause, not only on the part
of the undergraduaUw, but also of that of tho
great body of masters and strangers in tho area,
and even, if we mistake not, of Borne of t io ladlee
in the ?cm?eire! e.
A Sais corr?a pond est writes : "Antiquarians
will learn with pleasure that a psalter once the
property of BAOT LOUIS has been discovered in the
library of the University of Leyden. That excellent
monarch seems to have bean nob in coplea of the
psalms, since ono psautier, in whloh bo in cribed
his royal name in particularly ineligible characters,
ia to be aeon In tbs Mus?e du Souveraine at the
Louvre, and there is another at the Imperial
library. Tho copy found at Leyden boars the in?
scription ; " CM psautier eil a ,Mon*eigneur Saint
Loy$, Boy ie France, au quel lt aprul en enfance."
Work on the California Central Paoifio Bailroad
U being pushed forward with energy. It ls ex?
pected to be oom plated over the Sierra Novada
Mountains In November. Sixteen thousand work?
men are employed in grading from Cisco to
Truckee. The summit tunnel, 1068 feet In length,
Will be finished in August. Large orders have
been sent East by the Company for cart and loco?
motives. Tho business of the road this year ia ba
excess of Uti. Tbe gross earnings for Juno warn
$1S2,000 in coin. Tho recent strike of the Chinese
laborera only caused a sua parution of work one day,
when the workmen resumed labor on the former
terms, the Company making no oon cos sion,
We recently published an extraot from tho India
Times, of Hay 16th, ?tating that one of tho Sepoys
Who accompanied Dr. I.IVIKOSTOMB on bis African
expedition had returned to Zanzibar and reported
him alive and well. Thia report turua ont to be
falte, for thia same paper, In ita lune of the 23d of
May, taya; "Hopea raised by tho nowa which wa
published on May 16 of tho rumored s af o ty of
Sr. LrfnoaTon have boen dispelled, and thora
can no longer be any doubt that he was k Iled by a
.avaga of the Maflto tribe. The narrativo of the
Sepoy belonging- to the marino battalion (2lat na?
tive infantry), who formed ono of tba Doctor's ea?
cott, and who arrived from Zanzibar May 14, toma
oat to be inaccurate; and, auhttsaUally, the tale
told by Mooni ia proved oorroct,"
MB. THADULUB STKTERB, in bia recrut iiitcrvj
with tho Now York HvaM reporter, gives tito I
lowing as Ilia schomo of pioviding for tho *|
lioii'e wartla." ConllBcaUou (not so very "mil
bower.r.) ia of courso tho means by which (
?doa la lo bo carried out. lio mj?: "I wo'ild |
ever/ adult fioodman, who wa? tho lioad
family, a bniall ho'.dlng, aay of forty or nfl y aerea,
out of tho landa of their former masters. If I
could not lind onough in tho old plantations upon
which thoy woro owned, I would itmko it up out of
Ibo adjoining land, to that ovary freedman might
romain on tho spot whore ho waa raised, abd if bo
could not find other ]ab.ir, ho could occupy him?
self and support lila family by working hla own
farm at homo. I think thia would bo produotivo
of good to tbo wholo country and to all clauses of I
mon-to tho former rn aa tera aa woll as to tho for?
mer alavoa. Tho freedmen would thon bo an indo- |
peudont yeomanry, fooling their own freedom and
manhood ano oolf-rcllanco, wbicli wontd bi bettor
for them than tho ballot. Thia, air, ls what I
would Uko to do if I livo and have tho power to do
it. But al tho present moment, considering the
demoralized condition of tho Republican party ?
for it ia badly demoralised-I may content myself
with tbo pay mon t of tho losaos of loyal citizens by
tho war, and tho provlBton or homesteads for tho
freedmen, and with such mild confiscation aa may
bo nooceeary to accomplish tho ie objecta. I iihu.ll
not, under any circumstances, feel satisfied with
looa than this."
Toe TBESBirra tiivr.N to tho Popo, at tho r o cont
conclave in Romo amount to 7,500,000 franca in
monoy. Thoro aro boaidos bosta of gold and ail
ver and proclous at?nos. Cardinal M?TH?KU,
Archbishop of Boaanquon, baa presenlod him with
an outensior aovorol foot high, and having ita mas?
sive ?old diso enriohod with diamonds and rubies
of raro brilliancy. Tho bishops of Canada havo
brough t a work of art in tho ahapo of a eilverahip,
with ovory detail i-eautifully executed. Tho '
balanco'of this oostly toy is composed Of gold
nuggots, and each of tho cabina containa a heap
of gold monoy from a different country. The
maota and cordago oro gady dressed wiib .*""*"
, ,_. ... uviiu every cjunlry in
nolea of ovorv cow . . ' *
.na. A very old bishop sought an audience
of tho Holy Falb er, loaning on a largo thick stair.
Monsignor PADOA, mailer of tho coromonica, told
bim that ho mu J t first lay bia B taff aatdo, aa tho
etiquette of tho Court did not pormll of bia carry?
ing it into tho l'opo'a produce. The bishop
olalmed exemption from the rule, and tho Popo,
hearing what waa going on, ordered him to bo ad?
mitted. Accordingly ho appeared before tho Holy j
Fathor, and, rondoring his homago, elated that 1
his dioceso waa BO poor ho had nothing tb bring
him but his stick. Thia tho Fopo took in hia
band, and found very heavy, on wbioh be looked
at it moro closely, and perceived that it waa form
od of solid gold. Tho Archbishop of Mexico baa
sont tho Holy Kaine, .Lfiy orcw-r, and an Eng?
lish biahc v ha? presented him r?ith tho lsrwfl ?v>?
RonsnT Too aroa, it appoara, propoaoa tho or?
ganization of ? now National party, or rather to
"get up a revival" of the old Democratic party on
tho basia of tho Kentucky Resolution?.. Thoae, he
aaya, contain tho principio? of bia wholo political
Ufe; and hu ja ready now, ho aaya "to spend and
be apent in the sacred causo." In a lotter to Mr.
VY. M. COBBY, of Cincinnati, Corresponding Seoro
tary of the L imocratic Cen.ral Committeo, he
further aaya : "I accept any man au a brother, in
peace or war, who will honestly Bland by and dc- |
fend thom. I will bo with him aa long aa the
weakness of humanity will enable mo to stand by
tho truth to my own hurt. Thoreforo, 'sink or
swim, anrvivo or poliah,' I am with the Weat and
Mouth for the maintenance of the Cincinnati Flat?
form of April 18th. I will takoimmodiatomoaeurea
to organize tba State of Georgia on that baals, and
will nrgo tho truo mon of the (so-called) ten robol
Btatea 'to taU into lino.' You ran fully count on
them-I havo ttied thom. I will leave bom? to?
morrow with tho view of beginning tho organiza?
tion in Uoorgia, and enlarging your subscription,
aa tho moana of propagating truo constitutional
?desi; and I will endeavor to aond you aobsoriptiona
from time to time, aa tho organization ia enlarged.
I rogrot nothing in tho paat bnt tho dead and tho
failnro. and I am to-day ready to nao tho boat I
moana I can oommand to establish tho principles
for which I fought."
Tua BOKAN CATHOUO Bishop of Li ve i pool baa re?
cently administered a pnblio rebuke to a congre- ?
ga ti au suali rn? comos soo randy from tho pulpit in
theso days. Hia Industrial schools for the poor
were suffering for tho want of funds. His congre?
gation was a woalthy and a fashionable, one. Ho
appealed to their obarity, aud pnt up poor boxoo
ia the church. On Easter Sunday ho opened thoae
boxes-after six wooka-and found, what? fitly
thousand poauda? ton-flvo-ono thousand? Ho
found nineteen ahiUinga and sixpence I Thoro-'
upon bo gave them a piece of hia mind in theae
words : " I had hoped to compliment you to-day
on your good deoda, to have praiaed your charity
to the poor, and to have parted from you with my
blessing. But how oan my lipa apeak a bomaon
on th os o who have treated fibrin t'a poor aa yon
have dono-who havo closed your banda against
the needy, and have abai your eora lo tho wail of
tho hungry ? From yon I appeal to tho groat God
of Heaven, whoso imigo ye behold crucified upon
that croea, and who will como in power and majes?
ty to judge you-boforo whom ovary shortcoming
will be revealed, and who will toll you to depart
It waa richly | deaervod, and the Fhariacoa of
Catholic Liverpool, sneaked out of church with?
out their Bishop's blessing. The Bishop's ' name
la Br. Qoaa.
Or TES ToeTKABTsns in Sooth Carolina, saya a
Northern exchange, lately commissioned,, forty
aro' ladies ; and of theso forty, thirty-two are
single. Thia ia another indication of tho "good
time coming" of woman's equality, .'hat. there
are many avocations in which women might nerve
with equal advantage to tho pubUo willi the men
we have never doubted. But a lODg-eatabliahod
belief in the inordinate curiosity of the BOX, and
an im m om oriel acoptioism of tha ability of a
woman to keep a aeeret, have con.ni ned lo make
it problematical whether the post?nico la, in all
rca poe ta, proper fiold for their oxertiona. Horrid
men will not be perfectly confident that tho fair
postmasters (they ara not known aa poof ala tr osaca
at the Postofnoo Department) will not find ont
what is in the letters and af terwarda ratall lt aa
viUago gossip, and bon the old joko about de?
ranging the males la familiar to everybody. We
oan imagine no savorer trial of official virtua than
a young girl, serving as poa tm aa tar, be mg called
upon to sort and hand over to har lover and her
rival the letters of a tender correapondenoe ; and
if the fair South Carolinians oan stand thia teat,
they may ~a.ir bo entrusted with tho right of |
suffrage, and with the duty ut ululation Into the
A TOTO, who baa been among thom, aaya that
the BnrgTindlana are fond of their groat big Tine
snails ; bot tboir principal morie is that they are
good, strong, nourishing fo xL The way tho snails
are generally served In good houses, ia thia:
Seven or eight of them are brought on a little bot
silvor plate, with a tiny silver two-pronged fork,
made on pnrpooe. The seven snails aro by no I
means unpleasant to look at, the shells being
beantifnlly white and olean. Tho entrance to
every shell lg stopped with a aort of. puto pleas?
ant to the taste. Yon inaert tbo fork and poll
ont the Inhabitant. He la a huge an imal and of a
dark brown color, graduating to blaok. The blank
la the beat Tho beast la not pleasant to look at ;
so yon should transfer him rapidly from hla abeu
to your month, and when there you find him
like an enormous ni or aol of tough ' wefsteak. Mas?
tica te bim if yon can I If you are successful, and
go baldly on till yon barn emptied tho aovanth
abell, yon . must be a bnngry roan indeed if yon
havo not sufficiently dined; and thia nit boca uso
yon are made sick, bat really boca use theso big
ensila are strong meat. ?'
A Parla letter says: "Gold hair powder appears
to bo aa muoh in farer with blonde beauties as
ever, and no doubt will continuo BO until they
hara converted themselves Into brunette* In ac?
cordance with tho prevailing bahloo. Chignons,
which hara slightly decreased In alie, or at any
rate project leas than before, aro almost in vari a
bly arranged in plaits, and havo ordinarily two
long plaited ends, or a oouplo of long ourla of the
foi tn vulgarly atyled 'corkscrew' hanging from
them and fal dig down th? back or orar one or
both ahotfidera. I noticed ons ohignon with a
mass of frizzly oorla at tbs top and the orthodox
pair of long curls hanging from thom down to the
waist, with some half dozen short ringlotty
curia In betweon.
AT A Mrmno of the stockholders of tho North
Carolina Railroad, bold at Oroenaboro, N. C., on
last Thursday and Friday, the foOow.ng offloora
wera elected : President, /AZ, Tunxxa | Superin?
tendent, JAMES AvDaaaoa ; Treasurer, w. li OALIV
wsxx ; Secretary, F. A. Qr na. The aftairo of the
road are In a pnaporo us oondJUon,
LA im EUT CIRCULATION.- The'
?J?WB pullithet the Officiai L?t af* Let?
ten remaining in the Pottoffice at the e?tl
bf each week, agreeably to the follpining
E' ectian of the Neio Pottoffice Laus, a? thc
iewtpaper having the largest circulatioh\fn
iflf City of Charleston :
HECTIOH 6, Ann bo lt rurthex enacted. That Hals of let?
ters romainlog uncalled for in any PostoIBoe In soy city,
loira or village, ?bera s nowvpspcr shall bo printed,
shall hereafter be published once only In tho nowepep
which, being pobllahed woolly or oftener, ahab have t
lsrgoat clrcalahon within rangs of delivery of tho said
tSsV Ad communications in/ended tor publication in
this journal must be addressed lo lite Editor of tho
Daily Nmet, No. 18 f?ame street, Charleston, S. C.
Business tX/mmunicalions to Publisher of Vally
Wecannot undertake to rel: tn refected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city must bc accompa?
nied teith Ute cash.
MONDAY MOBNINQ, JULY 15, 1807.
Jon Worin..-Wo bnvo now completed our
office BO AB to oxeouto, in tho shortcut poBsiblo
timo, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask tho patronago of our
THE NEW HRCONBTRCCTION ACT.
Our rcadora will find tho full (ext of the Re?
construction Act, aa passed by both Houses of j
Congress on Saturday, in our telegraphic col?
umns thin morning.
RC8BIA ON IRELAND.
Our readers may remember a dispatch pub?
lished hi our telegraphic columns ft few il??- -?
, t v._. ? circular from l'rit
purporting ... ,
uoitTscuAKorr to tho Russian Ambassadors nt
Washington, Paris nnd London, calling for a
joint consideration on irish alTuirB. Wo
pressed our conviction nt tho time, that this
circular wns a canard, and il now turns ont
li ii vii been such. Many of tho pupers through?
out tho country published it ns a bona fide piece
of "important intelligence,"among them thc
New York Herald, which look thal opportunity
to print one of ils aonBation editorials, ebowinji
tbnt tho foreign ?diter of that cosmopolitan
sheet had tho whole thing pnt ; had expected
il long ago ; gavo tho hidden reasons of tho
stop, and had no doubt whatever that the pro?
position of Russia would bo cordially received
both by France and the United Slates. "NA
FOLBON oannot rofuao to hear thc cause of the
descendants of the men of Fontenoy, even if I
thoy demand a plebiscite. Russia bas benefited
1 argel j by Irish valor, tho famous Dc LACV
conquering thc Crimea for CATHARINE. Eng?
land, lo be consistent, is likely to consent; so
that tho troublesome chronic difficulties of thc
Christians in thc East, of tho people of Ire?
land, and of Turkoy herself may, perhaps, bo
remedied by a movement undertaken in St.
Petersburg and completed in Washington."
When tho Herald found thc said circular to
have bean bogus, it became very angry, nnd said:
"tho London agent of Ihe Associated Press
must bo a Fenian in disguise, n fool, or a des?
perate joker, 'regardless of expense.' " Thc
circular, it seems, was first published in an
English paper, styled, "The Echoes of tho
Clubs." Wo admiro the ingenuousness of thc
Herald in confessing its own ineptitude. After
using its influence to induce its readers to be?
lieve in the genuineness of the dispatch,
saya in the next day's angry editorial : "So
transparent a hoax needs no elab?ralo expos
RBPORBt IN FRANCE.
Whatever may be said of tho French Opposi
tion, and of the character of many of tho men?
sures they advocate, certain it 1B that they
merit great credit for perseverance amid dis
cou.ngement. They tako great pUaaure
giving the Government a "pioca of their mind,"
and not unfrequently, it is thought by many,
oppose measures for no other reason than be?
cause Uiey aro brought forward or supported
by the Government. But, as far aa we can
perceive, they have accomplished nothing
whatever. The Emperor somehow contrives
to have bis own woy; and wo arc nol prepared
to say that bc docs not understand tho needs
of France nnd of her people quite aa well, or
tbnt he is not os "patriotic" aa M. JULKS
FA vin: or M. OLAIER BF.ZOIM.
The Emperor has a beau ideal of a "liberal"
government, and as fast as he thinks thc
people can bear a little more liberty, he
"promises" lo accord il to them. Thus in
January last His Majesty issued a wholo batch
of such promises, and the Corpa L?gislatif hos
ever since been industriously engaged in fram?
ing proper laws for the carrying out of the Em?
peror's will in those mattera. Aa an ?ffnet,
however, to these promises of enlarged liberty,
is the very unpopular measure of tho Reorgani?
sation of the Army. This, with the law regu?
lating the liberty of the press, and the right of
meeting, have engaged the chief attention of |
the Chamber; and they are perhaps tho thrco
questions, more than all others, calculated to
exotte lively discussion, and rouae the passions
even both of the Corpa L?gislatif and of tho
oountry At large.
But the Exposition, with ita attendant pomp
and incidents, the visita of so many sovereigns,
and the great glory all this reflecta upon the
Emperor's government, could not but oxerciso
a modifying influence upon tho members of tho
opposition. Deputies even oro but men ; and
the great spectacular drama thal has been
enacting in Paris, during the past three or four
months ls not calculated to promote that calm
of mind, so desirable when deliberating upon
important questions of legislation. In fact
the Exposition itself is a national affair, and
therefore occupies tho attention of legislators
even legitimately. With the exception of the
uiatiai. of appropriations, all other questions
oan very well bide tnei* time, and wait till the I
national holiday ia over. In fact decenoy
alone would forbid violent internal agitation,
nt a time when so many foreign guest a and
[ visitors are enjoying the hospitality of France.
Tho French, never wanting in politeness, cer?
tainly would not be guilty of that breach of |
! good breeding, of exhibiting thoir family quar?
rels in presence of their "company." And if |
the people ' can wait with the reform of the
laws of tbo press and of public mcetiugs, cer?
tainly the government can wait for the law
authorixing tho reorganization of the army ;
first beoauBO France ia at peace with all man?
kind, BO much aa, that we tee lt stated that
the Emperor contemplates disarming some 40,
000 men. But should there bo war, or a
threatening even of war, NAFOLBON has
ampio means and power to organise aa large
an army as he may think necessary. The
further dUcucalon of all these measures has
therefore been postponed till November, whon
an extra aossion of the Chamber ia to be
Parla 1B intoxicated with her Exposition, and
with great fttet almost every day. Who earea
whether thara are a few journals more or
leas ? espooialiy as the Minister of the Interior
has authorized twenty.five new papera aines
January, when the Emperor's promise was
given for an enlargement of tho liberty of the
press. By a tacit understanding, tho Govern?
ment now permits all but unbounded liberty to
Ai to the right to meet in publio unrestrict?
ed, lt can be of little importance bofore the
next eleetlon for deputies to the Chemiser ; and
if the law is passed in November it will bo in
ample time for that purpose.
Some of the French papera, however, the
oigan* of tba Government, while they profesa
tho utmost "i1 ?pal leg ?o the postponement 'of
the passage of the two laws just named, arc
not BO woll satisfied in regard to the dela/ of
he reorganization of thc army. Tims tho
'ourrier tte? Kinta Unie, professedly ' an indc
cudoiit journal, says : Il is lo ho regretted
hat, in view of tho inci enso oT tho forces of |
I'russin ami of (Jcrninny, wo should not tnnko
noro Imslc in ruorgiiniiing our nriny. Shall
ivo bo ready In lime? This is tho groat i|itcs
iou. lt is true thc intervention of Kuropo lias,
Tor thc moment, removed tho chances of war.
Dut what guaranty have we Hint this pence will
t>o lawling? Moreover, tho law for tho ro
argnnixalion of I'M army requires a long time
Lo go thoroughly into operation. How long,
?Rwr thc law shall hovo boen pnssol, will il
ho before France will reap its full benefit ?
These, and many other questions of n similar
character, lcd us to believe that tho Govern-1
ment would urge ? prompt consiilcral ion of
Ibis mensuro. Hut this was not tho onso ; nml
it is to bo regretted. Hut everything nt this
limo is sacrificed to tho Imposition, that is, to
penco; and ni?ee ponce is the greatest of bless?
ings, wc have nothing to complain of.
WJINTKD, A GOOD COOK. WHITE UR
colored. Noue nord apply unlaaa Wrll recom?
mended. Apply lu VAN I > KU lions l' bTllKET, south
side, ono door coat of Coming strcoL July IB
WA VI IO. LS-1" A UM HANDS, W I UTK Oil
Colored. Apply to H. W. KINSMAN, No, 716
Kin? street, up alair?._3_July IB
WANTED, A WOMAN (WHIT IS PRK.
PERKED) to Cook oed Wash for a small family, st
Hu min ervine. Apply st No. 574 KINO ST UL.ET.
July 13 3
rpo It IC NT.-'I 11 AT 1)1.Slit AIM.i: lt I.Sl
J. DENCE, No. 68 Cannon street, near llutledgo Av?
enue, containing ?li upright and two attie rooms, with
gas throughout, cistern, well, snit ampio ktlchou sccom*
niodattuna. To an asp on.I tenant, torms moderato;
Soaacsslon giventmitedtatelv. Kiitiuiro nt WILKINSON
UIUUIltlsT'S LAV OFFICE, No. 48 li rood strouL
r|14l RENT. Poa ONE UR A Tl?llM ur
-JL yoars, mo lum ?n j-.vn.ut .,"_. wooiji N ID W KI.
LINU. No. 16 HiiUodge Avenue, ^JmTa^^aTrSA
Apply at THIS OPF1CB._Wim OTUB.3.
TD KMT, THAT ni.Silt Alli.1. ll ESI.
DENCE, No. ll KING HT KELT, vrltb sil tho n-cce
sary outbuildings, el ?tem, Ac Inquiro st No. if, SOUTH
BIDE OP THE ABOVE._wtm_Jnuo 4
Ttl lt K VI' T ll K. TWO AND A ll M. I STORY
U1UCK RESIDENCE, corner Society snd Mcctlug
streets, having elster? and stable* on tho premises, sud
good sccommodsUom for servants. Rent low. Apply
to H. HAUT, Hr., NO. 333 King street _ _July V
rpo ill .VT, i'll H THREE MONTHS OR
X LONGER, tho TWO S I'ORY IIUICK HOUSE (?oven
rooma), No. 00 Hasel street, with kitchen, servant's
rooms and stables. Tho cistern ls fine and of unusual
capacity. Apply to J. ll. E. 8LOAN,
July 13_3_Brown's Wharf.
TD RENT, PART OF A HOUSE AND
Kl tchen, ptoasanUy situated, In tho wea lorn por?
tion of tho (Tty. A fondly without children preferred.
Addiras B. ll. J.. Nowa office._Juuo VB
rpo III ?'.NT-TWO HANU8UMU ROOMS),
I snltsblo for singlo gentlemen or s family. Kitchen,
pantry, servants' room and wood bouse attached ; a largo
cistern in the yard. Apply to No. 81 WKNTWOUTU
BTltEET. i July ll
17OR HALE, THU. SMACK THOMAS TAY
' LOU, sloop rigged, ten tons burthen. She was
built at Stonington, Conn., In 18C6; haa a dab well sod
two sulla of paila, and wcU furnish od la other respects.
Price, ?1600 cash.
Apply to J. H. BSTILL,
July 15 0 Havannah, Cia.
EIGHT-GALLON SYRUP BOILER (COP,
PEU), adapted to a Confectionery or Wholesale
Drug-glut, for sale by
IL M. MARSHALL* B DOTH ER,
Auctioneers, No. 33 it road street.
July 16 _1
FDR BALE A.'?' THE CHARLESTON
HOI EL STABLES. A fine 1IUUOY AND SADDLE
HORSE, also a lop DUO/ Y and LAD?'S H ADDLE,
FOR BALE, A FINE SEVEN-OCTAVE
ROSEWOOD PIANO, nearly new. Price four hun?
dred dollar? (6400) cash. Apply at No. 71 BKOAD
STREET, between 0 A. M. and tl P. M., were tl eau bo
FOR SILE. A FOUR HORSE POW KR
PORTAULE ENGINE, has been very little med,
snd now in first rato order. Pries low. Apply to
JOHN P. TAYLOR tc CO.,
Pheonix Iron Works, Pritchard street.
FOR BALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Bests, polo and shaft. Also, a sot of doubts sod
singlo HARNESS, all in good order. Csu be soon and
bargained for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
ai Ly nch street. May 17
TVVO BPACIOUB SOUTHWESTERN ROOMS,
arith D resting and Da th Booms attached, opening
on Soalhwealcxn Piazzas, making a dallgbirul Simmer
residence, with Board, can bo bsd st the "King Man?
sion," corner Ueeunij and George strecU, on moderate
tarma._mara July 16
1.EXCELLENT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
li rates, tn tho moat central bust n rm part of tho city,
without lodging. In a private boaae, can now be bsd.
For parUeuUtrs address "X. L," Post?nico. May 16
AFEW GENTLE UK", ni CAN DB ACCOfil
HODATKD with Board and Leasing at No. as
MAZY?K KT BEET. Terms moderato. July 10
BOARDING.-TUREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOAKD can be had on Immediate appli?
cation to No No. 60 CHUUCH STREET, weat able, near
Trodd street. Terms reasonable. Janela
LOST, ON FRIDAY EVENING, JULY t9,
In charlotte, Meeting or Wentworth street, ono
MOURNING IIP. EAST PIN, Hair Centre Tho limier will
bo rewarded by leaving il at No. SO WENTWORTH
STREET. 1* July 16
DB. B. D. FRASER BAB REMOVED HIS OFFICE
to No. ll HEISTING BT RP.KT, one door north of
THE COPARTNERSHIP " HERETOFORE EXISTING
Under tbs sam? of B. ARNOLD A CO., was diso.ved
by its own limitation, on tho 1st of April last Tho busi?
ness will be continued by lbs subscriber st tho Old
bland, No. ai9 Meeting street, wboro Mr. A. E. GADS?
DEN can De found ready to ?Kemi to the customers of
thoestablismsnL ? R. ARNOLD.
Joly lat, 1847. . Nc 319 MeeUng street.
July 1, Imo
DIL J. IL DAPRAY, DENTIST, IB NOW PREPARED
; to completo tho liiserllou of whole upper or lower
se|a of ARTI KI CAL TEETH, upon the most approved
method, and willi the beat materials, at 830 per sot. Par?
tial Hc.la in proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
perfect flt, and neatness of finish, guaranteed.
AU o Ul or operations upon tho Teeth performed In s
aklllrol and warrantable manner,
omeo at his residence NO. 6 LIBERTY STREET.
May 20 mwf Charleston. H. C.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, ?
January 3, 1807.1
PDBLIO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance Ucenaoa tiaro boen propart d
for delivery from this Obree I 8. THOMAS,
Bra 1. Bc it Ordained ty Ike Mayor and Alderman n
City Council auenblcd. That from fand after tho first day
of January, Uceases shall bo taken oat for all carts, dray.
and wagons, uacd tot private and domoabc purposes, in
the samo mariner, and accord bog to the esma provision*
cow sf force In rtlAtlon to cute, drays and wi gena, lsloi
driven I for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shaU bo provided with s badge con?
taining lae number thereof, and marked /Vivota, to uc
placed on the outside of the shaft.
Hao. a. Mo paran shall be taken by the "Treasurer a?
aurel y to any bonii under the Ordinance eona.-arnlng li?
censes for cart?, drays, wagons and other carnages, co
leas be er she be a freeholder.
Uso. . . The I olin wing shall hereafter be the rites for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Sc.,
including the horses or mules nsed thereof, which ahn ll
be Iree from other taxation:
roDuo CASTS, DBAXB, arro., OB TTJOSX ntnomi rv ne
BVsnress wiuxxvu, ros mas ntaxer OB umiaxor. ,
For every cart, dray or wagon, draws by one boras ci
For every cart, dray or wagen, drawn by two horses or
For every back and carriage oi tb two wheel?, $30.
For every back and carriage with Tour wheels, ?10.
For every staoo cr omnibus (except lino omnibus
with two horses. 160.
For every itage or omnibus (except line ctnntbaa,
drawn by four boras, 8CO. ? s
For every track drawn by two or m ore horses or moles,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horse*
or moles, ?00.
BBJtJJD OASTS ABD FBJViTX CASTS, OBS TS, ZTC.
For avery bread cart or wagon, $5,
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic parposea, and not to be employed tn the trans*
porting of good*, wares, merchandise lumber, or any
other commodity, for compontaUon, either dlrecUy or
indirectly for the samo, shall pay for a Recuso Lbs sumol
?6, exclusivo of th? horse or m nie.
Ratified in City Council, this lilh day of January,
II. t.] la tho year of our Lord one thousand sight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
F. a GAILLARD, Mayer.
By lbs Mayor.
January ?_ W. P. SMITH. Clerk of Coan efl.
OFFICE CHIEF OF FIRE DEBARMENT, I
Jon? 90, 1807. I
rruil', ATTENTION OF ALL PARTIES ABB HEREBY
JL directed to the foUowing Ord! canoe, rall fled Jons
8, 1861 :
ur BSLAXTOS TO rusijo wxxxa.
Be il ordained by the ilayor and Aldermen, in City
Council ouinaAird, That ll shall and may bs lawful for
tbs Board of Furs Masters, from limo lo limo, to restrain
or to prohib?* entirely, the use of any of tho PubUo Wella
la any part of the oily, whenever. In their Judgment, the
publie good ahall require such restraint or prohibition;
and any person who shall vi?lalo any order of the said
Board of Fir* Masters In relation to tho 1'uMio Wolla, tn
punna nco of this Ordinance, after noUoe given per?
sonally in writing, or duly published In ono of the city
newspapers, Shall ho subject ed to a penalty of kan dollars
(bravery euchoflVus. M. H. NATHAN,
Jons at_' lino Chief Fire Department.
E. M. WHITINO-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE?
?f AH REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM OBALafltPII
1 .irret to NO. YT 01TURCB HTREXT. saar Bl.
CASSI'S Allsy, Angwin
HT. ANUKKW? LOUUI?, Ko. 10, A. a". II.
A111'.'HT..Mt COMMUNICATION Ol- TUE ABOVE
Lodge. wlU be boll! at Masonic llall, TnU Evening.
at n o'clock.
Candidates for Ibo M. M. Degree aro requested to at?
Ur ordor W. M. E. N. JEANNERKTT.
Joly 18_I_Boc rotary.
11ELIEK I.ll AM A8SIIIMTI?.V.
ffUIE UEOULAB MONTH'.Y MnKTING OF THIS
L AnsocUIIon will bo held This Evening, at Masonic
Hall, at 8 o'clock.
Arrear J revolved dnrim: Ibo d'y at No. 193 Meeting
itrcot, sad at tho Hall, before tumr of Hireling.
WM. B. Si KT.I ni AN.
Joly 15 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
UNION lll.I't ill lt AN PARTY OK sol'TII
AN ADJOURNED MEETINtl OF THE CONVEN?
TION ol tbU Carty will bo held lo Cobm bia. S. C.,
ou IFcdneniay. tho 'Jilli of July, :KS7.
Tho Mernie of tho Uuvcrniui'iit and Iii'? farly In RIs
trn IM not represented lo the Convention lately held in
Chalti stou aro requested to assemble ami elect Del?gale*
aud eoud them willi properly pruparod cri-driillale.
Koch District la entitled to lim number or ltepruaenta
llveti thal Uiey arv allowed In bulli brauchen of tho Slab}
By ordor of tho Eiccutlro Slate Central Coininiltoo.
Kl) WA lt li P. WALL, SneruUry.
July 10 Il,li,|-J,1R,IT.I8
AMU SEMENT S.
THE FAI it
IJIOn THE BENEFIT OK ST. STEPHENS' CUUnOU,
will bo conUuuod TAis Evening, if th lust. Thor?
wJl bo a Promonsdo Consort aud Tableaux. Tic HaU
wUI be opened al 8 o'clock.
Admission to Concert 60 cents. 1 July IB
EDUCATIONAL BSTAULIHHMKNT OF
REV. DH. MYERS.
rXUXE PRINCIPAL OP TUB ABOVE NAMED 1NBTI
JL TUTION hos much pleasure In announcing to bin
patrons, as well sa to tho public generally, that owing lo
continued lucroso lu tho number of pupil*, be ties
lound it necessary to obtain innre suitable prem?eos, and
thercforo scoured the commodious aud uUglble boneo
situated at tho Northwest cerner of Coming and BoU
st reel a
Tho abo of Ihe InsUtule being to thoroughly educate
the pupila for collegtatoor bu-lnom career; a systematic
and aocurslo elementary training la Ldiqi ed for auch as
may unod that euurso, and iierullar advantages are also
offered for tho ?lady of Uro classics, Mathematics and
In consequence of recent necessary changes uusdo in
io government of the Acadumy, and wlUi a viow of
lacllltaling Cae Interests of Ibo pupils, Uic Principal wUI
arwmaMlrry, KSk ^.^JL&^S^
iuUio art or tcacliitig. Mr. tlAT3riurr\lK.WP-0Ii0D<:0
colle?lalo coame of studios with dlelineUon, In ono of
tho beal collegee in F suco, and subsequonUy taught tho
Freu cl i languages and claaaica with uiiuanal success, In
Uro college of Blois In that country. Raro and excellent
advantages ore therefore afTordod for tho study of
Kreuch under bis supervision.
A primary class counoclod with tho Institution la con
ducted by MUS ROSA DIBBLE, and tho various deport?
ments receiving Uro personal superintendence of tho
Principal; ovory nrortlon ls mado to promote tho Inter?
es tn of the pupils. Course of mstrucUr n : English,
Frenck, Latin, O reek, Bebrew, Spanish and G?nnen
languages. mf Ita_Joly 16.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CIIAItLEgTON.
TUE EXERCISES OF HUH SCHOOL VT LL BE
resumed on Munday, 11th Inst. Instruction gi von
in Latin, Greek, French. German, MalhcmaUcs, and tho
higher branch?e of English.
Terms, ?10 per quarter, payable In advance.
No i x tra choreo for French, tier man or .stallone ry.
July ia_W. ll. KIAOMAN. Principal.
INSTRUCTION IN RHBNOII.
MRS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
ont during tho past Arleen \ cars o resldout tn
fcuropo, le desirous of giving Instruction In tho French
Language, citjcr at her own residence or at tho hontes
"flier i liq.il*.
Inqulroat Mr?. FLNNEY'd. No. UK) Klog street
STATK. OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS
Any party having lost two 12) Stab) of South CaroU
na PONDS, (old) and who can furnish numbors oi Booda
and satisfactory proof of said Doods being stolen, con
obtain Hiern by laying expense*. Apply at Ttl I d' OF?
BONDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
BONDS OK ALL KINDS
Slocks of all kinds
Coupons of al! kinds
Bank Bills ol ail kinds.
Bought st highest rales by
. , _ ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Joly H Imo_Broker, No. 8 Bread ?troc?.
CITY OF CHARLESTON STOCK
Cirry OP CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT, STOCK
J State of ? Guth Carolina Bonds
? SUte of South Carolina Coupons
Apply to ANDRE? M MultELANP, Bioker.
J?'y "_a No. H Broad iitreot
Branch at Charleston, S. C.,
KO. 9 STATE STREET.
T\BP09iTa CAN ALWAYS BE DRAWN WITHOUT
Deposita of Spode aro repaid In Specie.
AU other Deposita aro ronald In''OnenbackB''or Na
tiona! Bank Bills.
De peal ls of any amount received from any ponton.
NATHAN nrTTER, Csehlcr.
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONttREHS.
M.' Ti HEWITT, President.
J. W. ALVORD, 1 Int vice-President.
LEWIS CLEPHANE, Second Vlco-Prcsident.
DANIEL L EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. ll A ItlUS, (lenora! Inspecter.
Banking House, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner of IS th
street, Washington, D. C.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HO. ll STATES STREET.
Opens every day, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
from io A. M., to 3 P. M., and from 3 to 1 P. M,
DEPOSITS OF ANT AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payable In January and July, In each year.
All deposits wUI be repaid, with Internat doe when re?
All Ute profil, belong to toe dc noel ton.
Branches have been established In the principal cities
from Ntw York lo Now Orleans, and accounts can ba
transferred from one Branch to another, withojt charge
or Interrupting ihn tureree t.
I in neimen ta aro only modo In securities of thu United
ni?tes. IUCHARD II. CAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FBANCia L CARDOUO,
Jane M Imo cashier.
N 6. PARKER,
LATE PARKER. & CHILD,
?HU I? IK
CLOTH I NO. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
Janell ' No. 108EAST BAT.
EXCELSIOR I EXCELSIOR !
For Btmovlug superfluous Hair.
flV) THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS IN VALU AUL F
JL depilatory recommends Itself os being an almost fn
dUpanalbls arti clo to fomale btanty, ls easily applied,'
doc? not hum OT Injure tho akin, bnt sets directly on ilse
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any port of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating tho tame, leaving tho
akin oort, smooth and natural. This ts the only article
used by tho French, and ls toe only real effectual d spile
tory In exlstenoe. Prioe TB cents per paokase,' post
laid to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BERGER, SHU TTS a CO., Chemists,
March 50 ly* No. 38? River it, Troy, N. T.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, \
Cm Hau, November ?, HMO. I
kESTUOUa OF RP.nrni.niNA, IM *?
to toa City council of Charleston to proceailn the mat
Ur of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid tn huildlng np tho
City anew," are hareby notified that the form of armli
caticra for loons con be obtained at toe office et toa Clerk
of Council, between toe hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
AU applications must be?' d lotos above mentioned
omen, as Ihe Oatxunlttee wul meet ev?ry Monda* to tx?.
I ?der Ul o same.
By order of Ihe Mayor) W. D. SMITH
November 10_derk of Connell
OFTICE OF THE 0HTKF OP POLICE. 1
i^aumxjUTOM, a C., May 4, 18o7. i
mil H REGULA? INSPECTION OF Tire LOTS AND
A. Utclosures, vaults. Aa., wUI commence on Mondam
nerf, At Inst Owners and occults ore hereby required
lo see that their premises are tn good oondlUon and that
nU filth and grrbage is removed as required br Ord I.
nance. Other lnspocUona vrlU follow.
By order of Mayor OaitxaaD.
O. B. MOWATd>.
_?? - _Clilsf sf Police.
OITT TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS,
OFFICE OF Tim CITY ASSEBSOB. I
TkTOT?OK TB HEREBY OWEN^TO ALL' CONC 8n N f"D
j> that toe Monthly Returr.e for Uta mooVbToMane
patt. In Clova pilanca With too Tax Ordinance, ratlflod on
Elte^10^^ ^ ^^3^
Jnljrl U City/
DRY GOODS, ETD.
J. & P. GOATS'
In Paney Hosea, wills their utll-knawn
FIFTY SIT A DES OF C?LOltl
In each Hoi ot live Douni.
For Sale by the PACK A UR, of 100 Doini.,
JOHN & lil Ul W1INIW,
Solo Agents in New York.
July IS mania
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
Till' 8UBHCRIRF.lt ANNOUNCES THAT DE UAH
connectOLl, aa horcloforo. UKI
In all Its pirls. with Ibo Fi m N nu nr. so that bo la pre?
pared to tarnish funerals complete, ouil to give i?n>ooal
sltcutlon lu Ibe must delicate, mspcclable anil satinfacto
rr rosuncr. Ho ts slao prepared to remove bodies te any
di H tan co free of smell and decoy.
EDIK'S MK 1 AI,It: CAKES, and all kinds of COFFINS,
al wa \ it on band on Ibo most reasonable tenus.
Ronthorr st corner Wcutworth and Meeting stri ct*
Or al No. V KULKI (IK HI UK.KT, al night aud Sundays.
Juno 28 finwlinu
\if af^. CONTlNgE THE COMMISSION AND IN
TT HunANCK business on lita own ooeount, aud will
'"'MJ^'k? tn Ibo following Companies, via :
Merchants'aiid'MlWiUl:.e.'>'"paiiy, I tall muire.
Baltimore *.-?-?,?..-n company,
Aesoclalod Firemen's insurance Company, Ballimore.
Howard Firo Insuranco Comjtany, baltimore.
NaUoual Piro Insurance Company, baltimore.
DANIEL J1AVENEL, Jr.,
Comor East lluy anti Excbsugu street.
Jnly 13 2
A FINE LUNCH
Sorvod E v e r v Day,
l i: o M ll TO lit l i O'CLOCK.
PllOPItrETOR CF THE
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
NEW OHLE ANS.
WU. A. HURD.Of Now Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ol Spottswood lintel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of llotol.
STKVKNH HOUSE, Nos. ?1. 33, M AND ?17
Broadway, N. T.. oppoallo Bowling Oreen-t n Ibo
European Plan_TUE HT EVENS HOUSE ls well and
widely known to tho travelllug public. Tho location ia es?
pecially suitable to merchants and business men; lt U In
close pro il ml ty to tho bnalncsa part of tho illy-ls on
tho highway of Southern and Woetem travel-and adja?
cent lo all tho principal Hail mail and Steamboat dopota.
The BTEYr NS HOUBE has liberal acootniuodndor. for
over 300 gue suv-lt ls well fural shod, and possesses every
modern Improvement for tho comfort snd eoterlalnmcnt
of tts Inmates. Tho rooms aro spacious and wall vcnlt
lated-provided with gsa and water-the attendance is
prompt and respectful-and tbs labio ls generously pro?
vided ?llb every delicacy of tho seasonal moderate rates.
Tho rooms having boon refurnished and remodeled, w ?
are coal tito offer caira facilities for thc comfort snd
plea*are ~f our guests. UKO. E. CHASE & CO.,
slay 28 Gmo Proprietors.
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by lilli nae of DB. JOINVIXLE'S ELIXIR yon
ran be cored permanently, and st a trifling cost.
The astonishing success which bas sttendod this in
valuable medicino for Physical and Nervous Weaknssa
Oeneral Debility and Prostration, Loos ot Sin* ular En
orgy. Impotency, or any of tho consequences of youthfu.
m discretion, renders it the moat valuable prepareuon
lt will removo all narr cms affections, ?tts rosslen, ex?
citement, incapacity to study or business. Liss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts ol self destruction, fears of lu
sanity, Ac. It will restore the appetite, renew tho health
af thasM who have doa troy ml ll by sensual excess or ovil
Yoong Hen, be hnoibuggod no more by "Quack Doc?
tora" and Ignorant pt ac tl lion era, but send without delay
for tho Elixir, and be at on DO restored lo health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cure U Guaranteed In every Instance.
Price tl, or four bottles to ono address S3,
Ons bottle bi sufficient to effect a euro in all ordinary
ALSO, DB. JOIN VILLE'H SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Oloot, Cre?
tinal Discharges, O ravel. Stricture, and al] affections cl
tho Kidneys sud Bladder. Cures effected In from one to
five days. They ore prepared from vegetable oxtrscta
thal oro harmless on tho system, and never nanacate the
stomach or Impregnate the breath. No change of diet
hi ueceaaary while using Cacm, nor docs their action in
soy marmor Interf?re with business pursuits. Price 51
Klther of tho above-mentioned articles will bo rent lo
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by matt or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders tu
BERGER. SHOTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 183 River street. Troy. N. Y.
Ohl abo was boan tirol and fair,
With starry oyes, snd radiant nair,
Whose curling tendrils, noll entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
. ' OBI8PER COBA,
PDT Carlinjr tho Hair of either Sos into Wavy
and Glossy Hinglots m Heavy Haasivo
Bi veata rsm ARTICLE LADIH I AND GENTLE?
MEN con beautify themselves s thousand-fold.
It is the only article In tho world thal will curl straight
hair, and at thu soma time give it e beautiful, glowy sp?
?le kind ever offered to the Amcrloan public The
Crisper Corns will bo sent to any address, scaled and
postpaid for tl. ,
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
No. 8 West Fayette a tract, Syracuse. N. Y.
TO TAX PAIERSI
rpHE POLLOWINO ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
_1_ fer the information of all pera ona concerned:
Aa otLDrPiPec TU IMEKP OM OODINIUCX TO luise KTTC>
TUSIS ron rna TSAU 1847, AHD FOR aro..
T ss. ls essa-ni *rr UM sseayosr and Aldermen in City
Connell assembled, That all (AIus payable enrior tho Or?
dinance to raise supplies for tho yesr WOT, and for other
purposes, be paid on or belora tho 23th day of J mao next :
sod that perseus who shall moko default of paymrnt of
their tantes on that Cay, shall pay, ha sddlUon lo tbs
amount of their taino, one and a bali per cent, per
month nntll the Slsl day of Joly, when, il not paid, an
amount of two peri cent per month upon the amount
of taxes shall be paid; and alter the Elat day of August
three per cent per month ou the amount of laxes doo
sholl be paid until payment of the wholo amount ia made.
. IL That all persons who neglect or fall to poy their
monthly taxes an or before tbs fl neon th day of each
month, shall respectively pay on the amounts thereof,
tsro par cent per month from such fifteen th day, until
payment Is mode.
mutti in City Council this seventh dsy of May, to
lbs year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred snd
11. B.1 p. O. o A ILLA HD, Mayor.
W. H. tPsTTH, Clerk of Connon, arno Moy ll
oOliTRERN EXPRESS COMPAN..
Office No. 147 Meeting iii*, t.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL OALL FOR AND DZMVRR FBEIOHJ
TO ANY rOINT IN THE OTTY
FBBB OF OH Ali OB,
H. n. fl. ART. President,
April 10_Angaria. Qa.
THE CAROONA TIMES, \.
PVD L.X KI IK D AT Oil A Nil Eni'Hil C. II.
fTUIW PAPER CTRCTTLATEfl THROUonOUT TH!
L middle portion of tbs Blot?, snd offers the best
faculties ter advertisers, Tshraary 3t
GROCERY ANO MISCELLANEOUS.
CORN 1 CORIN' ! (J?RN !
/I A A A HUSHKl.H PRIME WU?TK OOIIN. I.ANH
INO thin.Uy, un.1 lor Kiln low wi,lin lan,1
lon hy c. fl. AVERILL Ai sort.
JidyJB 1 No. CM Ka?l tor.
COHN ! CORN ! CORN I
"I AAA BUH1IK1.S WHITE MARYLAND COHN,
JL\S \J\J < i-n(c?iiicr Sea nil. ami for lalo Itv
COURTENAY ft "1 RENHOI.M,
Joly 16 'j_ Union Wharves.
FLOUR, MOLASSKS, MACKEREL,
-| AA HUI'S. BALTIMORE FLOUR
1UU SB Mil?, elmka Mola-sos
Ul bbl?. Non. I, '1 anil J Ma. ki rd
20 bat;a OOOto.
Ill ?biro inn! fur Halo low l>y 1 I THUDS ti CO.,
.lilly IS a_ _N?. :HJ Vendue Rouge.
BACON SIB^ SHOULDERS,Arc.
i rr. linus, IT.F.AH SIDES
LO IIIHIH. C. H. si.ICM
ll) I.li.In ltllilicd Sides
an hlidH. di..Ice shoulders
?!'. Ililli*, l'lininti..ii Shuni,tern
CU lilli?. P. M. Pork
VHKJ lui. i l.H.i
CO tul a choice Leaf Lani
IU Ht reen Ham*
III bbl?. Strip?.
Iii ntore ami for ?ale lew by JEFFORDS tc CO.,
_Jnly ir? ? No. !IU Vouiluo Ilango^
KEROSENE Ol L ! KEItOSENE
A (\ BIHA KEItOSENE OIL, FOU SALE AT FIFTY
L*c\j CENT! PEU tl A I,LON, for ?anti, by
HOLMES ti CAI.DF.lt,
Dealer? in Paint*. Olia, ftc,
July IC Jj _ Ko. 12? Meeting; ?Iroet.
OO HHPS, iiiniir.ii AMDCLEAR HIHUKU SIDES
Jj , J AMI sn?ici.m it -.
CO Tub? l-ar.t
125 bbl? lliinr
landing from iloamers mid for ?nie hy
H. ft A. P. CALDWELL.
BACONt BACON !
Qf Hill)it. PIIIMF. MUMED, AND err.AU RIBBED
OD SIDES AND SHOULDERS. Landing and for
nab: bv l.AUHEY ft ALEXANDER.
?luly IC_9_ _Wo. 181 Baal Hay.
"I f\ HUD?. 1 HOOD OROflERY SUGAR,
J.V CO TU-rccn j 1. 0 nu <? ..I . ar,;., ol Krliouoncr
is Barrel. ) .' Abu I," from Matautaa,
For salo by .1. A. I'.Nsl.ow ft UO.,
July 11_No. Ill Fast Hay.
-i BtMUBWPUIMKCOHN, PEHSCIIOONEH
For salo by" """"
july ia_ rown ntca
A A Q HALES PRIME HAY, PER RCBOONER
?????0 Jeno? Smith.
For salo by T. J. KERR ft CO.
July IS ?
27 AA BUSHELS I'ltl MC WHITE CORN, LAND
I VU INO ex-scbooncr Keeling.
30011 hunhcln Pruno Whito Cojn. lo arrivo por sicamor.
For salo by T. TUPPER ft SONS.
July ir, _ i
WHITE LIAI! WIHII, l-IHll !
JUST RECEIVED. AN INVOICE OF WUITF.' LEAD.
IN OIL, which tv? arc prepared tu nell at Manu
faetnronT price?, fur raab, at ARTIST'S .-UPPLY,
PAINT AND OIL STOnE. No. 112 QUEEN STREET.
July ll UlMliiJ JOS. W. HARRISSON ft RON.
/"rf. Iini.S. M ESS POUK AND PORK HEADS.
0\J For salo by WM. OURNEY,
_Julyjl_ Nu. Url East Hay.
PRIME SMOKED BACON, HAMS. PORK TRIM -
MINOS, ftc, ftc, at rode cod price?, lu quaiiUlicu
tu unit purchasers.
Apply to McKAY ft CAMPRELL,
Jnly ll_No. Ot Meeting nlroet.
SCOTCH ALE. ~
1 AA CASKS TENNENT'8 OELEBRATED DOUBLE
1UU STRONG ALE, in bond.
CO casks Ucrnard'B Edinburgh .Me.
60 casks Bernard's Palo India Alu.
60 casks Tennant' Palo Als.
Rorclvcd per ships "Missouri," "Amoila" and "FIHo
do I'AIr," trtiiii liverpool.
For salo by ROBT. MURK ft CO.,
July ll_ _0_Uoycc ft Co.'s Wharf.
1 A A BBL3. ST. LOUIS DARER'S FLOUR-HIOH
JLLfLr irrada or Superfine. In store sad for salo by
STREET linos ft CO.,
July 13_ 2_No. 71 East Day.
PRIME CYPRESS SHINGLES.
1 1 AAA PRIME CYPRESS Hill NTH.m FOR
li.liUU SALE-to at rive.
SH AC ll KI. FOI tl) ft KELLY,
Jnly 13_No. 1 Uoycc'a Wharf.
J. & F. DAWSON,
No. 96 East Bay,
Af ll-'NTS FOB
mum & co's M ILES,
Joly 12 nan
GBO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOR HALB LOW, FOR CASH I
Q AAA SEAMLESS SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
fJl'UU MU colin Hemp and Manilla Ropo
200 bales Gunny and Dundoo Bagging
1GC0 kearn Rails, asserted ai lea
300 bbls Coffee Sogar. A, B and C
200 basa Bio Coffee
100 bbl? Moira ira and Syrup
300 boxes Adamantine Candles
200 kegs Hazard's Powder '
600 bags Shot
2000 lbs. Lead
Copperas, Blas Stone, M add or. Indigo, Spleen Ac.
July 10 wfm?moa
LEA & PERRINS'
BY. Vj/ of a letter from a
TO BS Titz OSL.T ^H?^ Brother at
. ffBLifS WOHCE.4TF.il, May,
(iooil Sance 35EEl86l!
"Tell T.PIA ft jpEB.
awn ArruoABi* ?^fei HINS that their SAUCE
VlV?S&i! I? highly ca teemed In ln
*? i=rexer- dla, and ia, In my opinion,
_. : l?Str"? Ibo most palatable, aa
F.VERY VAHIF.TY mfi-'f?r mc]\ u tho moat wholo
WK?*??komo BAUGE thal I.
OP DIBIT. *aWj2*i*niade.''
Tho (oceans of this most delicious au I unriTallai con
dim ont having caused many imprint.plod devlen to
apply the tame to Spurious Compounds, tho Pvnjjo IS
respectfully and ram ?t'y requested to seo that tee Damn
of LEA ft Panania aro upon tho WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
?. ?A At PEnnmn. ??r. . . . ?? . o . ?i .
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB TUE UNITED STATES.
Oil 1)1 "V A M In
rrUIE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
I for the information ol all concerned !
Alf O EDIVA SOE TO UXODUIX TUB CUUHSntO OT tlUTlKS
AXfX> Vim TU 1H Tin: ounPoniTB r.lkirra OF TH? ORT.
I. Be lt Ordain od by tho Mayor and Alderman. I hat
from and attar the ra Uti ca lion of this Ordinance, it shall
not be lawful for iny person to cl canso or remove tho
contenu of Vaults or Privies wilbla tbs Umlts of tho
dty, wi tb out having previously obtained a lleenso lor Um
sanio; aU auch licenses to expiro on tho Slat December
ot every year, and bo subject to all requirements Impos?
ed by Ordinances regnUting tho granting of Licenses for
Dray* and Oarts.
IL Trial tho use of Barrels In opon Carts and Wagons
ls prohib? Ind, and parties applying for License will be rc
quired to pi ovtdo closed Cartu suitable for the purpose.
III. All persons having such Li cen so shall report nt
ons of th Ou? ral Houses, during the day, bis or their In -
tentionb lo such work during the ensuing night; in tho
Lower Wards such report to bo made to the Halo finn 1
House, in tho Upper Wards to Upper Guard Boase.
IV. The place er places for tho deposit of such o BM
shall bo designated from timo to time by tito Mayor.
V. Every owner or driver of such Licensed Cart or
any other person who shall violate any of the provisions
of this Ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to observe,
tho same, or any of them, shall forfeit and pay for oar*
offence a Uno not to exceed twenty-five dollars, to be en?
forced by the Maj or In his Court, or recovered In any
other Court of competent Jurisdiction.
Rai lil ed In City Council thia seventh day of May, in thu
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred sud six
IU al P. 0. GAILLARD,
W. B. SMITH, Mayor.
_ Clerk of Connell_too_May 10
TO BIO Ul-* TS TXTB SIOXUOB OW PKTBOLSOat, TTS mo?
nbon, AITO OTBXA lHfLaltMADLK OHO.
8KO. I. Bc il ordained by Gi Mayor and Aldermen, fm
(Sly Ossmcil euim?tsd. That from and after tho 16lt day
of June next, lt shall nolba lawful lo koep Fetroloum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil. Barnine, Benxole, or any other In
flaounable oil or oils on storage or for oats In any cellar,
store or building south of Line street, ta a larger quan?
tity than fifty nitons on any ono lot or premise., act
any such quantity so kopi ov stored shall be contained b i
voa iola of tin or other metal. . ^
bao. i- That Petroleum, Hs producta, or any otb or In?
flammable oil or ella, when brought Into the elly by land
or water, may bo kept on any lot orin any building In
which cotton ts not stored, for a period not excdodlrw
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time it
shall be romo ved and kept In the manner as required by
tts bNMtag section.
Sao. a. Any person or persons violating any part of
thia Ordinance shall be subject to a tine of two hundred
dollars, for oanh offense, recover?bio lo any Court of oom
WMH ?a Oily Council this IweOty-flka. ?ajr uf ?aay, ?a
the year of oar Lord ons thousand ei^bt hundred and
[?.&) P. a a AUX ABD, Mayor.
yt, H. tnaTTB, Clerk of Council. Juna a