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Colton cloeod in New York at 20} for Middling
Uplands. Cold closed at 89].
Cotton closod lu Liverpool st 10|d. for Mfddling
It appears from statistics compiled at Millo 'gc- j
Tillo, tho Stnto Capitol, that tho number of paupers
lo Ocorgia has increased to 70,000.
A Saltillo (Moxico) correspondent of tho Texas
Ranchero says: "MAS.IUII.IAN, in his will, loavoi to |
the' families or tho unfortunate MMAMON and
Mu IA ono hund? cd thousand dollars each.
-Tho widow of tho lato Earl or O i fiord, better |
known os Lady Durnum, author of tho 1 ea n ti ful
song "Tho Lamont of Ibo Irish Emigrant," died
on the 13th ult.
Louis NAPOLEON lias ordorod M. MONNIEB, ibo
toter of tho princo imperial, to teach bun in
history only tho dates and principal facts, and
says that bo will explain to bis son tho moaning
ot tho ovoids nu bo understands thom.
Tho number of foreign residents in China and
Japan in steadily increasing. In Hong Kong, ac?
cording to a COURUS takon in lBGfl, there aro now !
3113 Europeans aud Americans in a total popula- |
Tho twenty-first volunto of tho Napoleon Cor?
respondence bas appeared in Taris, with a profaco
in tho form of a report to tho Emperor, by Prince
NAPOLEON. Tito now volume contains tho docu?
ments relating to tho voars 1810 and 1811.
A aocond attempt bas boon mada to dislodgo Ta
blo Kock. Ton blasts were mado, oach containing
ono aud a half pounds of powdor. Tho only ef?
fect produced was a slight explosion on tho sur?
face. lt la said that a third attempt will bo mado |
with fifty pounds of powder.
Ibo Chair of Pootry at Oxford, lately vacated by
MATTHEW AUNOLU, iu to bo filled by Sir FRANCIS
HASTIXOS BOYLE, wbn was rccontly elected as bia
successor by two hundred and ninety-four votes,
a majority ot nincty-ono over DEAN AIXXAXDKB,
and tho third claimant, Dr. KvxAffroir.
The Paris correspondent of tho Boston Tran?
script thus Speaks of tho working girls of Paris :
"There is something rotten at tho coro when tho j
girls in every workman's family walk tho atroots '
oach night in shamo, aftor having forked all day |
for tliirty-flvo sous."
A fow days ago, tho proprietors of tho Bait Limo !
Works, ' at Clithoroo, England, fired an immonao
blast. Two tons of gunpowder wore placod in tho
mino, and tho oxplosioa which followed resulted in
tbo displacement of about twonty thousand tons
Tho ground has boon broken for a monument to
Pennsylvanians who foll in Mexico. It will bo of
.white marble, sovonly foot bigb, orcctod ot Harris?
burg, in tho Capitol grounds, between tho Land
office and tho Arsons!. It will bo finished in early
Tho Minister of Agriculture bas addressed a
circular to Ibo Mayors of Franco, onjoining tbcm
to pute' ih sovorely all persons caught in'tho act of
notting, trapping, Ac, small birds, whoso valuable
services au destroyer? of insecto bo floti forth, de?
monstrating by statistics tho utility of these hum?
ble tnombors of tho feathery genus.
Tho increase of tito number of newspapers pub?
lished in Italy since it hos become a breo Stale haa
boen very largo. Now journals aro constantly j
springing up, and at Florance ibero aro already
(sloven papers wbioh aro issued' ovary day in tho ;
week. Formerly tboro were only a couple of woak?
Ii cucumber and molon vinos oro touched once
with a feather dipped in korosono, bugs or insects
of any kind will not (rouble thom. It will protect
turnip and othor tender plants from Iho ravages
of tho fly. ? correspondent says ho bas uaod
calomel for tho last ten years, with invaluable sue
cous. Ho sprinkles a fow grains on each hill, and j
never loaos a singlo plant by bugs.
The Rhonlsh provinces of Prussia aro in a for?
ment o vor a recent aot of M. Bisauncx. In tho
Interest of tho Prussian Treasury, tho Minister
declared tho Balo ot tobacco in those provinces a
Government monopoly, AS this would deprive
many families of their livelihood, a groat comino- j
tton hos been excited. It is thought that tho
offensive mensuro will bo promptly reaolndod.
Sinco tho scat of govornmont was established |
on the Potomac tboro have boon started and per?
ished in tho District of Columbia no lees than ono
hundred nowspapors. Tho names of tho papers
now published tboro aro as follows : Tho Daily
(Hobe, tho A Vi fiona/ Intelligencer, Chronics, tho
Express, tho ?hir, tho Constitutional Union, tho
Times, Republican and tho Georgetown (.burier.
Tho last instance of monomania for tho acquisi?
tion of curiosilico we bato hoard of is Ibo purchase
for a "collection," of tho castoff shoes of celebrat?
ed raoo horses and trotlyi cr h orana Tb?,
smitn wno shoes moat of theso turf champions
offbrcd tho owner of Dexter five dollars, tho other
day, for tho wornout .shoes the sheer had just
taken off that animal, but waa informed that forty
dollars could bo easily obtained for thom.
Extensive deposits of coal bavo boen discovered
on tho lino of tho Union Pacifio Railway, Kansas
branch, abont one hundred and seventy milos
from Pond Creek, on tho route of Alborquorqne.
Mr. HANSKBS, tho proprietor of tho 8anta Fo Stage
Lino, reports tho veins from clovon to fifteen feet
thiele 8 pee tm ons received at St. Lonia aro pro?
nounced a good quality of bituminous coal. At
throo foot a vein bas also boen discovorod, twonty
milos oast of Fort Harker.
A kinsman of G no un B WASHINGTON, who Was
impoverished by tbo rebellion, bas forwarded to
TBOHAS K. WALLUMS, of tho Treasury Department
In the city of Washington, for sale, a portrait ot |
WAanrxoTON. It purports to have boon painted by '
OILSZBT SroABT, and is said to bo an admirable ?
likeness, and the price fixed upon it ia four thoa
sa?d dollars. Tboro has also como to light from
tho Bama sour co a certain sword mentioned by
WASnxftOTOit in his will; this relio is at present in
the banda of FBAHCIS P. BLAU, of Washington.
Binco tho termination of t JO Conforonce at Lon?
don, a little brochure has appeared, addressed to |
the sovereigns there represented, and containing j
s singular suggestion. It ls proposed that Lux?
emburg he mado tho Boat ot a groat international '
nnlvcrsity, and a Bort of Hotel doa Invalides for
savana and artists, that tho fortress, indeed, should
be a refago for all tho old and indigent in tho vast
family of loiters and arts. It ia a pity that this
valuable proposition had not been submitted to
the conferonoe itself,
i A Frenoh Journal gives an amusing illustration
of-the familiar troth that "accounts diffor." By
careful study of tho Cretan dispatches it has as- I
oertalned that tho total loss of tho T?rke, daring
ibis present insurrection, bas been ono million five
hundred thousand mon; of tho insnrgonts forty
mon. A olmilar compulation, founded upon tho
Turkish dispatches, gives a Cretan loss of three I
million mon, at tho lowest figures, against a Turk- I
ish JOBS of five. Ono docs not often havo to split
a wider difference than that.
Ad ri oes from Southwest Missouri state thal
Ibero is groat destitution and some aclrial suffering
among tho mon who wero employed by tho Atlan?
tic and Pacifio Railroad Company and its coot' ac- I
ion, oceaaionod by the Company not hoing able io
raia? money to pay their indebtedness. All thoir
employees have two, and many six months' pay
due them, which they are unable to get. All tho
propcity belonging to tho Company along tho lino
of tho road baa boon attached, and the furn] tu re
and fixtures of tho general offioe in this city bavo
lately boon seized by tho Sheriff.
Some idea of tho lumber trado of Wisoonsiu is
afforded by the statement thal there havo already |
passed Kilbourn city, on tho way to tho Miaaiaaippi, !
2238 rafts containing 188,CG0,000 feet of lamber
and 77,910,000 abington. It is estimated that tho
total quantity of the two commodities rafted down
that stream tho present year will not tail abort of
170,000,000 foot of lamber, and 103,900,000 ahinglos,
Tallied in the aggregate at over M.000,000. This
m aies no account of tho lath s and other small
lamber manufactured upon Ute Wisconsin and ila
tributaries, tho Yellow, Plovor, Ixmionwelr, tu?,
Tbo following ia a letter from Hamilton College
Observatory, Clinton, N. Y., dated on the 9th:
"Yesterday morning early, Joly 7, astronomical
date, a new member of tho group of asteroids was
di?covered here, in twenty-one hours and twenty
one minutos right ascension, and twenty-one de- '
greca and thirty-one minnies of southern declina?
tion. Thia morning it was found to have moved
in twenty-four hours abont twonty-flvo se oonda to
tho wost and six minutos to tho sooth. Being of
the clo von th magnitude and still about ono month
Wore opposition with tho tun, iho planet prom?
ises to bo a vary bright ono."
Washington dispatches say that tho Committee
on tho Treatment of .Union Prisonorahaa arranged
ita plan of operations. During the Hummer the
merni era of tbo Cc/mmiOee will tr.ko ?vidence in
tho Northern Kutta, making th? point at which
aomo mombo ra will bo present and the time
axown, that aU soldiers or others having in
formation on tho subject in hand can communi?
cate it. In the Fall the whole OommitUo win !
go Sooth to tho .variou? prison pana. Th?,
rebel archivos,. aa arranged and collated by Dr.
Llama,- wlU be placod at tho disposal of the I
Committee, i ,
I . ' -11 ' -,. ?, . . .V.?"'.l('Ai,(
TUB IUTON ROUOK ADVOCA rit, of tho Otb, elvo?
tho lollowiw; two pictuiCH to illiiHlrato tlio sub?
ject of emigration : Ural willi a gilt border. An
accredited ogonl visiting Honduran in ordur lo
select lands for a company o? apoculatorc Ho is
roccived by tho o flic i ni, rides lu carrin gos and on
horseback at tho publia expenso, makes out a list
of tho fruits of tho country from thc specimens
on (no table at eomo groat dinner niven hy tho
authorities or land ownora, and rolurue highly de?
lighted wthout oven a e'pecimon of tho soil of tho
country ou his polished hoots. Tho socord pic?
ture is that of a ponniloss emigrant silting; on tho
beach at BOI?EO eurroiindod by his littlo plcndor,
helpless wilo and flock of childron. It is tho rainy
soason, sud flios, gnata, etc., abound. There aro
no committoCH to - receive him, no carnages, no
dinners, and when ho essaya to move into tho
wcjds ho gooa on foot, tarough tho wildomoss, lo
eommonco a struggle for tho first common neces?
saries of lifo, without a hand extended to aid him.
This ts quite correct aa a general picture of tho
poverty stricken emigrant whorovor ho goes ; but
applies to a Georgian moving to Louisiana or
Texas, as much aa if ho waa going to Honduras.
Wo aro opposed to migrations hy our people, aa
much from ono Hiato to another, aa from tho
South to Honduras, and wo toll mon who aro not
practical formers, and who havo not tho moans to
supixirt themselves, until they eau clear land and
ulalie a crop, to atay whoro they oro and mako
their land viold woll through thorough cultivation
and manuring, and to Docomo independent
through ?mall crop '. Tho only pooplo WO would
advise to migrate, oro thoso who live on linda
subject to ovonlow, and wo toil thom lo settle on
tho highland nearest to them.
Tun NEW ODXEAMB PioAru^ "f tho 12th, hos the
following piquant paragraph: " 'An Aztoo,' writing
to a Radical noVrBpapor (tho Now Orleans Republi
tan) aud complaining of tho strictures of thc
American prcas on tho murder of MAXIMILIAN
whom ho himself speaks of as 'endowod hy natur?
with a high soul, a noblo heart, and good, Ihougl
misled in lent i ons,' saya our pooplo want a wai
with Mexico 80 aa to 'bo ab'O to replenish thoil
ompty purees with tho romain ir>.? spoils Which thi
Kron oh loft in Mexico, ovon if they had to broal
tho soventh commandment of tho Lord.' Wo dil
hoar nonie of our soldiors in tho war^of 1846-8 ac
cusod of breaking that command in Mexico oe co
aionally, and tho evidences and effects thereof arc
wo bolioro, still remaining, sumo ol thom nut vcr
creditable to oithor aide. Should another wa
occur, wo trust Americana will bo moro reservo
and suffer loas." Bo far thc Picayune. Our two co
tomporarloa appela/- to live on opposite sides ot th
Blroot; they aro certainly arguing from differon
premises. Tho Radical editor appear to have
Douay Biblo before him, and tho Picayune ma
King JAMES' authorized vorsion. With this ko
tho reader may bo aldo to work out thc problem
and tho wit of tho abo ve.
Tut HONDD&AS FEVKB (not quito aa fatal as th
Chagrca fovor) ia vory prevalent in tho Mississipi
Valley. From ono of our Now Orb nus exchange
wo learn that an association in C ipiah Count;
Miss., has BOnt a deputation out to Honduras t
secure landa. Thoy raino tho fonda to pay ci
penses thus: every man who pxys $25 has a choici
in order of subscription, to G40 acres of tho land,
for which, of course, ho pays coat price. And, aa
thoy, thoro ia snob n rush to that country fjr tt
purposo of gotting lands, that all tho finest ar
most desirable parts of tho oountry will BOC
bo taken up, thoroioro, tho necessity of immcdial
action, i'os, and wheu tho country ia thoa take
up, not ono-twonticth of thcao finest landa will I
in actual cultivation, and tho wbolo oountry will I
a lillie- weak, defoncoloaa colony, without popnl
tion, and consequently without schools, churohe
reacia, improvements or manufactur?e. If lin
would pass a law that no man should own hu
who did not cultiv?lo a third of it, it might gre
up Into a really proa perena country; but if tl
landa aro to bo held by- a few living a nillo apai
and only on tho good lands, it will toko a contu
to mako lt respectably self-supporting.
?fm: BELOIAX (JL.KUOV do not look with eyes
favor upon tho syatom ot lay or unsoctari
aohools. In fact, thoy loao no opportunity to mai
foat their fooling on tho suhjoot. Their last c
monatration waa quite unique. A pupil of the 1
school at Fleurus, a I abtisod child, died. I
teach era and schoolmates desired to servo as pc
bearers, and to follow tho body in proc?sale
Th o?r wishes waco m ado known to tho pariah prie
who curtly refused to aay tho last omocs unit
thia arrangement wan given up. Naturally thc
waa soma oxcitemont, and tho matter Rot into t
papers. It was ascertained that tho clorgy of FU
rna systematically refused absolution to tho pup
ot tho lay aohools and to their parents. Bo:
uu.u.a watuuisuu) wem puuusueu. i no clergy ci
tent themselves with saying that, in regard to <
femoral, tho courao pursued waa In strict a ceo:
anoo with canonical usage, and that tboy app
from their insultera and Blander ors to the jue
mont of Hod. This ia not an entirely novol n
thod ol' declining a disagre eable discussion.
Mn. JOHN T. Btraoicaa writes a noto to the Atl
nerum, in which ho staten that SIIAKESFBABE'B C
scent can he traced, through his mo thor's sida,
Tu aun i ix, a Saxon Earl of tho timo of Wxixx
the Gonqueior, and that the AnnsK family ia prc
ably d esconded from Aun ED tho Groat, i
Oro BOX Roaazix FnKNcn has ad dross cd a lotter
tho ocTitora of tho Cambridge Shakespeare,
whioh ho atatos that in tho preparation of !
Qonoalogical Notices of tho HIIAKESPEAUE a
Annex families, he has found tho link which uni
BHAKSSPZABX with the ancient family of AUDEN.
Warwickshire. That tho relationship in quest:
really existed, has long boon conjectured ; but il
now proven, or rather will bo, when Mr. FUE?
shall havo published tho recottls he has disco?
cd, whioh will bo in tho supplementary volumes
tho Cambridge Shakespeare.
Mu, STEVENS, in Saturday's debatoin Ibo Hoi
of Representatives, sneeringly referred to "BO
Sonata ra" as hoing frightened by "the ghost
tho post Constitution," which ho helped to aha!
and destroy. MACLU?TII oommittod number!
.'rimes bc toro the ghost of tho murdered BANI
disturbed the peace of tho wicked Thane, bul
carno at last in tho raids t of bia revelry' and "tro
lod him" when ho loaat expected tho ghoctly v
tant. THADDEUS must not hopo to oaaapo
consequences of his guilt. "It ls tho eternal
that win i o guilt is, aorrow shall answer it,"
aomo tlay, not far distant, "tho ghost of tho j
Constitution" may BO harrow np that portio:
his conscience which ho has 'not yot thrown to
dovil as to disturb his nights and drivo aw??
slumber from his weary eyelids.
Tax PUNISHMENT of death has been for ovor 1
iahed from Ibo Portuguese code of law by
Chamber of Deputies. What is hardly lesa wm
of remark, tho Chamber passed tho bill embi
lng thia gres', chango, with only two dlaaen
votoj. It has long boen the tacit custom in ]
tugal, not to inflict tho ponlshmont of death ;
tho fact which is notified by our own embassy at
bon in its last report, thai murdors havo deer
ed under this mild regime-has had, of conn
groat efloct in producing so remarkable an i
nimity. Portugal ia now added to the lia
8taloa in Europe-beginning with tho roforn
Tuscany laat century-which have gravely br?
away from those ancient Mosaic pandects tba
act blood for blood.
IaULLAND CAN'T BKAT tho following : Tho Holt
ville (Miss.) Independent, whioh, in notioing
eeUblishmont of a> steam brewery atalagn
says : "We aro always glad to soo Imported
oles manufactured at home, at greatly rod
prloes.' Whereupon the N. O. Picayune rem.
"A great deal of imported brandy baa long
?aid to bo Manufactured at homo; ao tho Ind?
dent may not be so tar ont of tho way as ono w
think; but we bava never known that vlroumst
lo bo rogardod by consumers as a matter of
Tn OoaaaAWoirEB of Indian Affairs th
protty muoh all the blame of our present trot
on the government and the white emigrant?,
thinks that tho only way to do now is to ack
ledge that wo havo been wrong and sot to wo
tho right direction. Ho oonoludca by Baying: f
Indiana eon be saved from extinction ou?v by
so ll dal In g thom and setting apart * tem toi
tho lr o xe I os ITO occupation. Tho to: ld coat ol
Indian Bureau in ita intended field of op?rai
including all its expenditures, does not tri
three nilllions of dollars per anntun." . ?
Tax warn TOTS of Louisiana in 1B60 waa tx
The number of whites registered la only ?
while there ?xe 71,030 oolsred ?bo hare had
name? rooorded as candidats* for tb? exeroi
Th? Pron ch s team frig? to Semiramis arri v
New York on Sunday, from Rochofort, tia I
Bho will aocompany to France ono of tho Iron
receaUy pell chased by tb? French Qovenanei
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LAROEHT CIRCULATION.- The DAILY
MEW? publishes the Official List of litt?
ler? remuininy in the 1'ostofftce at thc ant
of each week, agreeably to the folio winy
icction of the New Pottoffice Law, at the
newspaper having the largctl circulation in
th?^Oity oj Charleston:
8?jc-noM6. Ao<> be ll further enacted. That Usia of lct
teaaremalnluR uncalled for in any Pcatofflre tn any lit?,
toi? or vlllago, where a now?i?pcr ?hall bo printed,
eussj hereafter bevpubliahed onro only in the newniapor
which; boin? published weekly or oftener, aball have tho
brgcsj eJreuUti?u within range of delivery of tho aaid
#aT Ail communications intended tor publication hi
Ulis journal must be addressed to the BtStOf of the
Dawj News, No. 18 llayne-street, Charleston. S. V.
llusliicss (Jotnmunlcations io Publisher of Dalia
UV eu riuoi undertake to rei- rn rejected communica?
Adecrtlsemenls outside ofllie city mtuf be accompa?
nied with the cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1807.
Jon Vfi'UK.-Wo have now completed our
office BO na lo ozcouto, in tho shortest poaaible
timo, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully oak tho patronage of our
THE TENDENCY OF DEMOCRACY,
In lite Round Table for Juno 3, wo'find a very
well-considered articto on thia subject, which
BO cul ir ely accords with our own sentiment,
ond with tho views wo hove often presented in
theso columns, thal we arc tempted to give our
readers thc benefit of its leading points. Thc
letter recently published in a> Cincinnati jour?
nal, and widely copied everywhere, concern?
ing Mr. BENJAMIN F. WADS, furnishes the
Humid Table with a text. Allusion ha9 alrea?
dy boen mado in our paper to thia lotter, and
our readers may perhaps remember it when wc
tell them thal this is the same biographical let?
ter, which acquaints tho public with the very
important fnct that WAIHI cnunot cat any but?
ter; it docs not agrco with him; and that Nal?
ly* and "Mother Goose" furnish tho means
wherewith ho beguiles his literary leisure The
Hound Table Bays ? "The letter, hy reason of
its apparent vacuity of conception and imperll
! ncnt profusion of detail, is well adapted for
popular perusal and acceptance, while in its
chnraotcr of opening wedge, it hos been read
with interest by some to whom its obvious in?
tention waa distasteful. This intention is as
follows : "To set forth that thc Hon. BENJA?
MIN F. WAUK is a remarkably coarso-rainded
and vulgar sort of person, whoso carly pur?
suit were of a very humble and sordid descrip?
tion; and that in virtue of this felicitous com?
bination of experience and personal attributes,
tho Hon. BENJAMIN F. WADE is admirably
ndaptcd lo bo tho noxl President of tho United
It has been thc boast of our rnco that, under
thc "m M Lit ul ions it has gradually matured, men
could" climb lo distinction in despite of carly
disabling circumstances of birth, breeding or
property ; and the boast has been a just one.
In England a cobbler's son may riso to tho
wool-sack just aa with us a rail-splitter may
become President. With ua the ascent is
easiest, and in ao far as it bestows merit upon
those who dcBcrvo it, wo heartily approve this
change. Wc have nothing to eay against rail
splittora or tailors clambering to the top of tho
political edifice, if they have the pluck and
talent to get lhere ; but wo have a serious ob?
jection, nayB our censor, to seeing men mode
candidates for high office, not in spite of, but
becauso they have been rail-splitters and
tailors. There is nothing necessarily degrad?
ing about splitting rails, or making breeches,
or small shop-keeping, or oven about cleaning
out sewers. AU these things have to be done
hy somebody ; nnd that a man should bavo
done ono or all of them, and afterwards achiev?
ed Ibo highest political rank in his country is,
from somo points of view, an excellent thing.
Bul that men should be exalted and praised
merely becauso they have dug ditches, cleaned
ignorance, a very silly and contemptible thing,
and ono which is sure, in tho long run, to de?
stroy ihat democracy which it now appears to
nourish and ostentatiously aims to propitiate.
We must observo that the whole pith and force
of this cherished popular antithesis-making,
for example, a tinker into a President-muat
lie in tho vastnesa of the chasm, which sepa?
rates our social position from the other. Now,
if wo woro to continue, aa a habit, to make
Presidents of tinkers, what becomes of tho
antithesis, and whero is the chasm? It
is clear that thero musl be a limit somewhere
to this preposterous worship of the grovelling
and low, which is tho fanaticism of democracy.
If wo conceive of a aooiely in which all who
aro not already ignorant and vulgar pretond
to be BO for the Bake of getting on or succeed?
ing in life we arrivo at tba ultimate ideal
which such fanaticism bringa about. Wc also
discover that such a state of things must bc
in a .manner self-destructive. Competition, in
such a case, must work contrariwise to ita
usual courso, since it would destroy trade.
The lowest depths would soon be reached, and,
after enjoying the improving sway of a suc?
cession of rul tra whose elevation had arisen
from their demonstrated pursuit in previous
life of tho most sordid and paltry avocations
that could possibly bo practised, the entire
community, by a natural gravity, would aink
to a level whereupon such distinctions would
become imperceptible. History furnishes
porno tole rabin examples of the results of a
career like thia and our great republic
?B in a fair way to aupply in time a stupen?
There can be little doubt that tho monotone
to which democracy inevitably tends, muat as
inevitably become the corrective of democracy
at prognosticate p?riode. Variety is indeed'
the Bpico of life, and, although all men may be
born free and equal in theory, it Is yet certain
that the chances for inequality in practice af?
ford tho keenest test to most men's lives. The
self-worship of a mob, which finds expression,
in hailing as leader tho type of ita own lowest
qualities, will turn to a different sort of hero
worship, when tho perfection of uniformity has
removed tho possibility of distinctiveness. In
time, the at present irresistible faoinations of
having chopped logs, kept a country "store,"
driven a leam, or going about in shirt-sleeves,
of cursing and chewing freely, of telling dirty
stories, of Dot knowing how to behave like a
gentleman in drawing or ball-room, of hav?
ing darned littlo boys' trousers, and all the
other endearing experiences which, as we have
seen, go BO far towards making American
statesman, will lose their seductivo charm and
can be depended upon no more. The demoora?
oy which relict on these weapons, can only ex?
ist with at least the tradition! of aristocracy,
and la their complote absenoe it must perish.
It feeds in this oountry to-day upon the rem?
nants of feudalism, the rags and tatters of
priviloge and olass distinction which come of
pur English blood and English law. But de?
mocracy cannot, like the chameleon, make the
meat it feeds upon. The glory of resist inp; op?
pression, tho virtue of conquering a weakness,
the heroism of mortifying desire, can only ex?
ist where oppression and wcakneit and desire
INTERNAL TROUBLES U Flt ANCE
Tho session of the French Chambers .will
?oon close ; but a very important debate
may ba expected to preoede the adjourn?
ment-i, ir. the cen sider* tl on of th? Budget;
wbat hero would be called the appropriations.
The whole Mexican que? tl on tv iii probably be
brought up. and freely ventil?t ed, ai th a larg?
notting doM incurred for purposes connected
with the Mexioan expedition bunt now be
randed j and M Jt la, wowm, Alleged
. : . .'.?>'-.?.'.//? ?.yv v
!.!. , . :'<V:i' y.'J */?;:.-v"'-.f<?.3 hmo***'nv
these taino expenditures liavo Jcrnngcil thc
nuances of tho Empire to nu alarming degree.
Already lins tho (lovcriiinciit asked fur n sup?
plementary credit of I'.S.IKIII.OUO linties.
?l|lcli lui? been very unfavorably received.
Tho cost of tho Mexican expedition is esti?
mated ni about 400,000,000 francs, besides thc
guaranty of tho Qovcrumcut ou n large sum in
Mexican bonds held by French citizenf, who
aro now clamorous for a conversion of Ihoir
?erip into something of moro tangible vahlc.
Tho Government refuses lo recognize this obli?
gation. Hut even if thc Coulls |ironoiinco in1
ile favor, tho moral effect will ho nearly ns bad,
in caso of their nou-pnymciit, ns would bc the
injury lo the credit of Hie Slate in the contra?
ry event. M. TINKUM, it is understood, has
ooo of his heavy guns in,readiness fir this oc
ension, and though he may perhaps he disposed
this lime lo spare the Knipcror personally, his
speech will certainly dil cot attention to mai?
lers Iho consideration of which cannot bc
othcriiiso than prejudicial lo tho Government.
Tho Kxposiliou still conimnnds thc attention
of tho public, nnd politics, therefore, is in
abeyance. Tho general lone of tho thinking
mind of thc Empire, however, is ono of more
or less alarm, full of vague fears; trndo ia
seriously injured, mid there is a gcncrnl belief
Hint tho present unnatural eulin will bc fol?
lowed by a catastrophe, political, military or
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND YVAKH
Kll for a small touilly. Apply at No. 2? MONTA
OPE BTREET._1_July 18
tl VAN TED, A Km A 1.1. HOUSE IN THE
TT western part of the city, below Calhoun ?tr. OL
Address P. O. MOX No. 107. tbs!_July IB
WANTED TO PURCHASE A SECOND?
HAND GENTLEMAN'S SADDLE. Apply ol thu
WANTED, A WET Ntl 11811, WITHOUT A
Child. Apply at No. li BULL STREET.
July IB_1 _
-Ladles and QcuUctncn-$100 lo ?250 par month,
to Bolitho GENUINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY HEW?
ING MACHINE. Price only ?18. This Machinn will
stitch, hem, foll, tuck, hind, nulli, braid, and embroider.
Tho cloth cannot bo pulled apart, oven altor cutting
across tho acam ovcry quarter of an Inch. Every
Machina warranted turee years, rend for circulars and
tonna to agenta, or catt at MCDOWELL'S BLOCK, cor?
ner Fourth and Groen sirc?la. Louisville, Ky.
BLISS A MoEATHRON,
O ecural Agents.
N. B_Positively nono genuino unios* coming through
Juno a lulhs3mo
WANTED TO KENT. A FURNISHED
HOARDING HODSE In a good location. For
particulars, addross "M." Unuugh this omeo.
July IT 2?
fpO RENT. A FURNISHED SLEEPIVG
X ROOM for gentlemen. Apply at No. 70 SMITH
TO RENT. TWO FRONT ROOMS, TO?
KO th cr with kilchon accommodations. Todcsirahlo
person* tho runt will bo moderato. For further particu?
lars apply at this omeo._July IB
rpo RENT.-TH AT DESIR ADLE II KM I
JL DENCE, No. GS Cannon slroot, near Ilutledgo Av?
enue, containing six upright and tsro attic rooms, with
gas throughout, cistern, well, and ample kitchen accom?
modations. To an app ovocl tenant, tenus moderato ;
possession given immediately. Enqulro at WILKINSON
A GIIsJHRLST'S LAW OFFICE, No. 48 broad strait.
TO RENT. A BRICK HOUSE ON BIOUNT
PLEASANT, with seven rooms, pantry's, dressing
rooms, and largo outbuildings; also, a Ono cistern. Ap?
ply to WM. RIVERS, Mount Pleasant, or Marshall's
j wharf, Chulos toa._sloth_July 0
1U> RENT, PART OF A HOUSE AND
Kitchen, ploaaautly situated, in the wastern por?
tion or tho city. A family without children prefcrrod.
Address S. H. J" News olBcc._Juno VB
O RENT-THE TWO AND A HALF STORY
BRICK RESIDENCE, corner Socioty and Meeting
streets, having eds tc rn and stables on tho premises, and
good accommodations for servants. Rent low. Apply
to B. UART, Sr., No. KM King?troeL Joly 0
PORTADLE STEAM ENUINES FOR SALE.
Two Ten-Horse Power
One Elght-Horso Power
Ono Slx-Uorso Power.
All of most Improved patents. Apply to
No. 32 Eaat F
FOR SALE. TUE SMACK THOMAS TAY?
LOR, sloop rigged, ten tons burthen. Shu was
built at Stonington, Conn., in IBO!; baa a flab well and
I two suits of sails, and well furnished In other respects.
. Price, ?1600 esau,
Apply to J. H. EST ILL,
July IS 0 Savannah, Qa.
TJMJl? BALE, A FINK SEVEN-OCTAVE
JP ROSEWOOD PIANO, nearly new. Prlco four hun?
dred dallara (MOO) et.h. Apply at No. 71 BBOAD
STREET, between o A. M. and 2 P. M., were lt can bo
I ?eon._Joly ll
T.10R S U.E. A FQUn HORSE POWER
I4 roDTAUba nstosriE, baa ixwi ,?MJ situ., -reu,
and now lu first rato ordor. Price low. Apply to
JOHN F. TAYLOR A CO.,
Pbrsnix Iron Work?, Pritchard stn et
FOR SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Beats, polo and abaft. Also, a set of doubla and
I singlo HARNESS, all in good order. Can be seen and
bargained for cash or a time noto at thirty days, at No.
21 Lynch streeL May 17
1.EXCELLENT HOARD. AT VERY LOW
li rates. In the most central business part of tho city,
I without lodging, in a private house, can now be bad.
I For particular? address "X. L," PostolBco, May 15
BOARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOARD can ho bad on immediate eppll
I cation to No So. S9 CHURCH STREET, weet side, near
Tradd struct. Terms reasonable. Juno 12
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the namo of IL ARNOLD k CO., was disolved
by ita own limitation, on the lat of April laeL The buid
11 ess will be continuad by the subscriber at the Old
Stand, No. 210 Mealing slroot, wharo Mr. A. E. OAD.v
DEN can bo found ready to atleud to tho customers of I
the es ts bli sm ou L lt. ARNOLD.
July lat, is?7. No. 210 Mooting atreoL
Joly 1 Imo
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKES ,t CHILD,'
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
Janel? No. 103 EAST BAY.
ALL BAIL PASSENGEB BOUTE
ATLANTA AM) NEW ORLEANS
C ii alun?os a ?nd Grand Jonction,
TI IR OU OH IN FORTY-NINE HOURS.
TBA1NB LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At BUS A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., making close connections at ail points.
Arriving al Now Orleans at 8P.M. and ll :401A.M.
4?3-Passengers by trains of ths?sorgla Railroad mako
close conuictlons wilh this route at Atlanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS BOUTE.
ELEGANT BLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AB LOW A8 !
BY ANY OTHER BOUTE.
THROUGH TICKS TB GOOD UNTIL USED.
Can be obtained at 0sorrel Ticket Ornee, Atlante, Ga.,
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, tis, ; South Carolina Railroad,
Charleston, H. C.; South Carolina lUlLrosd, Columbi?,
8. C. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation,
July 13 a.to Western and Atlantic Railroad.
There cometh glad tidings of Joy to ?ll,
To young end to old, to gt ea I and to aman;
The beauty which once waa so precious and rare.
Ia free for el L and al) may be fair.
By (be ase of
Vor Improving and BeanUfytng the Complexion,
Tho moat valuable and perfect preparation In nae, for
riving; tho skin a bean Ufa,' pearl-Uk? lint, that ls only
found tn yonth. Il aulekly removes Tan, Freckle?, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Hal own eas. Eruptions,
and ail Impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same
leaving the skin while and clear aa alabaster. Ita net
cannot be detected by tho closest scrutiny, and being a I
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It ls the
only article of th? kind used by Ibo French, and la con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upward? of 90,000 bottles were ?old during th?
psst year, a anmdent guarantee of ita wmeaoy. Price
only 75 cont?. Beni by mall, pot'-paid, ou receipt ol ad
order, by 1
MsVsKaV SHUT!a k CO., Chemists.
2*3 Ri mr BL, Troy, N. Y.
March SO. ?_ I yr
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
SA 3 REMOVED HTS OFFICE FROM CHALMER fl
i street to Me. Tl cul" wm BTU nu. near Bl.
Aal', Alley. vM . " ? . AVt/jtftM i
t? KU M AN VHM'.viT.Klls* As-m lAilU.v.
'lilli; REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OK THIS AS
1 BOCIAi ION will t>? lieht 7b-iYH/W. Tliun?toy. July
?hill, ?>( fi ?'dock, at ?ur II iii. rorner Kl::;; ami cdkotin
streets. nlMivu Mr. LludaltiH'n atoro.
Punctual oltcudaucu ia requested.
Hy order. OUST. HOM WI KY nt
rillKf.va Vlllli ENOINIC COMPANY.
?REGULAR QUARTERLY M KB I INO WILL DE
held, Thin Kvening. tho 18tU in.laut, at ibo Markot
, at 8 o'clock prccl.cly. A punctual attoudauon la ro
iiiwuled, aa t?o Arrear Lilt will ba r-iad.
Hy order. ? J. A. WILLI M AN, Mooretiry.
M...... \y... H?*??
Aa Ibo H. T. C. Committee will report.
ONION KILWINNING LUD UK, No. 4,
A. F. M.
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODOE
will be holdou at Masonic Hall Tl.it Eveninp, lHtli
nut.. at 8 o'clock.
Dy or.Icr.or W. M. W. E. HOWLAND,
July 18_ 1 _Bocrolary.
UNION HEPUULICAN PARTY OF SOUTH
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CONVEN?
TION ol Ulla l'art y will bo bold In Coluirbia. H. C.,
ou HVdiu-iiloy. Ute Jilli ol July, 807.
Tho frieiida or the Government aud thia Party In Dis?
tricts not represented lu the Conveutlou latolv hold lu
i Charil eton aro rcquentcl to aaaouiblo aud oloct Dologatcs
aud aoud them with properly prepared credential!!.
fcach l)l?trict la omitted to Ibo number of Rcprescnta
Uves that they arc allowed lu Loth broncho* of tho Btoto
Hy ordor of tho Ejecutivo H tate Control Committee.
EDWARD P. WALL, Becrotory.
July 10 11,1?.1U.1MT.18
INSTRUCTION IN 1 lt IC Nt Tl.
Mns. NICHOL^, A NATIVE OF CHARLES TON,
i.ut during tho paat illtcou I care a resident In
Iuropo, U desirous ol mviug Instruction lu thu French
Language, eltuor at her own residence oe ot tho bounce
of ber pupil?.
Inquire, ot Mrs. FINN KY'S. No. 100 King ?tree*.
i LIFE ?RAME COMPANY
N FJ AV FORK.
BOano or DIBBCTVKS :
A. A. LOW. I. H. FROTH INGHAM.
SAMUEL WILLETS. OEO. L. WILLARD.
OLIVER H. UOHDOX. IL E. PfBRHEP.fNT.
& H. OUITTENDEN. GEO. F. TUUMAE.
PETKlt C. CORNELL. JOHN IIOLSEY.
Hon. WM. EELLY. E. TOWNSEND.
WM. H. TIS DALE TH03. T. UUCKLEY.
OIU L. HKECKMAN. HENRY A. SWOT.
JOS. A. b'PRAQUE. JAB. H. PRENTICE
RUFUS R. GRAVES. H. MESSENGER.
ALEX. V. HI,AK E. GEO. L. NICHOLS.
JAMES a NOY"M. J. W. FROTHINGUAM.
WM. 0. FOWLER. WM, O. SHELDON.
PAM'D D. CALDWELL. OLIVER S. CARTER.
N. B. MENTI.KY. LEWIS D. LODER.
WM. P. PRENTICE J. T. D. MAXWELL.
J. IL FROTHINGUAM. EZRA P. PRENTICE.
Hon. H. TADER. DENJ. HICKS.
OEORGE L. WILL1RD. Prealdont.
O. H. OORDOM. Vice President,
c. W. PLY Kit, Secretary and Actuary.
TUE PLANS FOR RUBINES* FOR THIS INSTITU?
TION ore very liberal and atlrmcUvo to tb oso who wish
to insure Ibclr Uv? in a KIRsr CL ?Ks COMPANY. Us
business ls very Urge sud rapidly Ineroaalns:, All tho
various kinds of policies aro insured on ss favorable
terms aa aro offered in any other good Company tn tho
conn rr, DIVIDENDS fncrcaio with tho ago at tho
Folley. Non-participating rates aro lower than thoao Of
any Com p. ny in tho world. Losaos paid In thirty days
aflor duo notice and proof of doa th. Liberal orrango
monta mada in regard lo travoL One-third of tho amount
ol premium will be loanrd tho policy-holder ir desired.
J. A L Kl i K Li CAY, General Agent,
Oin oe tn roar of Elmore Insurance
July 13 atutbOuio Law Range, Hroad strooL
I THE LIVERPOOL ANO LONDON
<J I. ou K rilli: INSURANCE] COMPANY.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSONALY RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HERE.
O. T. LOWNDES, Agent,
May 10 thTmo Mo. lo Dread stroet
A FIN 13 LUNCH
Served. Every Day,
PROM ll TU \? ti O'CLOCK.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
r normaron? :
WU. A. HURD.Of New Url oona.
W. F. CORKERY.Ol BpotViwood Hotel, Richmond.
Tolofjraph anti Railroad OOQcoa in Ito tunda of HotoL
PROPRIETOR CF THE
OREEN'VILLE, 8, C.
STEVENS HOUSE, Noa. KL ?3, HO AND ?7
Broadway, N. v.. opposite Bowling Green-I n tho
European Flan.-TUE STEVENS HOUSE la well and
widdy known to the travelling public. The location Is es?
pecially sultsbls to mord?anla and business men ; it ls tn
close proximity to Ibo business port of the dry-u on
tho highway or Southern and Western tra vd-snd adja?
cent to Ml the principal Railroad and Steamboat d?pota.
The STEV fc N S HOUSE baa Uboral accommodating for
over 300 gu ate-it ls well furnished, and possesses every
modern improvement for the eouifort and entertainment
of its 1""?'?? The rooms aro spacious and well vooH
lated-provided with goa end water-tito attendance la
prompt and respectful-and tho tab lo la generously pro?
vided ?uh every delicacy of tho season at moderate rates.
Tho rooina having been m furnished and remodeled, WJ
are enar il to offer eura fadUtlcsfor the comfort and
pl. ?Min,.. f our guest?. OEO. tL CHASE A CO.,
Moy la Om o Proprietors.
HG WORLD MIHD
AT TUX WONTJXBXUL BEVELAT10HS .
MADE RT THE GREAT A8TB0LOQ18T,
Madame H. A.JPERRIGO.
SHE REVALS HECRKTB NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She rta to reo to happiness those who, from doleful
events, catos trophra, crosses; In love, lau of Tautiona and
Monds, loss of money, ito., hovo beoomo dospondonL
Bho brings together lb ose long ae para tod,- gi vos In forma?
tion concerning abeont tri onda or lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you the business you are best ,
qualinod to pursue and tn what you will bo most suocess
rul. sauses speedy nisrrlsgas, and td is you tho very day
you will marry, glvoa ym the names, likeness and chir?
ac te riallx* of the person. Bbs reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, un va us tho dark
and hidden mysteries of tho future. Fruin the stan wa
seo In the firmament-the malone alan that overcome or
pr, dominate In the configuration-from the aspects anil
positions of tho planeta and tho flxod stars in the heavens
at tho tuns ot birth, she deduces th* futura destiny r.r
man, FaU not to consult tho groiUjit Astrologist on
earth. It coat? you buta trifle, and yon may never again
have so favors bio an opportunity, Consultation fee. with
likeness and di desired Information, tl. Partig? li vine
at a distance can consult tits ""b"" by mail with equal 1
safety and satisfaction to Uiemaolvcs, aa if in person. A
full and explldt chart, written out, with all Inquiries an?
swered ana likeness ondosod, sent by moll on receipt i.
prloo above mentioned. The strictest secraey will bu
maintained, and all corros po nd cn co returned or destroy?
ed. R?f?rences of tho highest order furnished those., o
! siring them. Write plainly tho day of Ute month tn J
I gur In which you wen burn, nnolniing a small loo. ol
i Ari dross, Miram H. A. PERSIGO,
P. 0. Dnawxn 233, BUTTAI/), N. Y.
Ohl abe was beau Ural and fair.
With ?tarry oyee, and radiant bair,
Whoso curling tendrils, ?ott entwined,'
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling th? Hair of oithor Sex into Wavy
anti Glossy Ilinglcta or Heavy Mr.aaWo
BY DEIN O THIS ARTICLE LAD DI 1 AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify thcanadves a thousasd-roUL
It U th? only artlde tn the world that will curl straight
nair,' and at the samo time give lt a beautiful, glossy ap>
peoruios. The Crl.per Ooma not only carla tho hair, but
Invigorates, boan UH es and cl?ana?a lt; la highly and de?
lightful Iv perfumed, and ls the most completa arti do ol
tho kind ever off?red to the Amt rican public. Th*
Crisper Coma will be bent to any address, ?soled and
postpaid for tl.
Ad dre M all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Onctnlst*,
No. 8 West Foystte ?lr. ot, Syracuse. N. Y.
OFFICE CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARMENT, I
June 30,1S67. I
rilliE ATTENTION OF ALL PARTIES ARB BEREDT
X directed to Ute following Ordiaancs, ratified June
n> BEljtTTOM TO TOVLXO WELL*.
B* it ordained bu tkt Mayor and Jultrtun, fa Olly
Council attrmbttd, Tr?I tl abaR and may ba lawful for
tb? Board of Fire Masters, from Um? to Brno, io rastraba
or to prohibit eaUtely, tbs ute of any cf the Pabilo Wells
In any port nf tbo city, whenever, lo their Judgment, the
public, good aha!! require stub restraint or prohibition;
and any person who .hail vi?late any order of Ut? ?aid
Board of Fir? Kastor? in relation totL* Puhho Well?, la
pumas no? of this Ordinance, after nolie* given par
sonally m writing, or duly published In ona cf tba city
UAW ?ps per?, aban ba subj set ed io a penalty of ton dollars
fur avery rodi offrnoe. M. H. NATHAN,
Juna il . Imo_ Chief Fir? Departmfint
THE TRI-HEEKLY NEWS?
T)UniJfiHED IN WTNK8B0B0' a C., AFFORDS A
XT pTOfltobU medium for Uta advertising nubile ol
We respectfully solid t tbalr pair?os*? for our nnioai
GAILLARD, DEBPOBTXS ft WlLLUMs.
MOTririiac U .., rr
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.HST Iii: I Kl VI I)
LADIES' SUP. ?HESS HOOTS,
Price $1.25 to $'2.50 per pair.
Ail Goods murki il down to priera corrvxpondliiK ulm
Hie time?, aa wo shall sustain thu reputation hcrctofor
enjoyed of telling.
melli AND I.ow CUT SHOKS of all kind? mado lo
order, at tho lowest OAHU PMCKM.
No. 375 Kins street, abovo George,
D. O'NEILL & SONS.
Great Attraction I
IMMENSE REDUCTION IN PRICES.
A SPLENDID STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
For Men, AV o men and Children,
OFFERED TO OUSPOMERS AT A
Reduction of 20 per cent.
FR.OM LAST MONTH'S PRICES 1
MY MANNER OF DOINO BUSINESS (nAVINO,
at all tirnoa, but ono price), is a aufllciont guaran?
tee that all who favor mo with their palronago will
I bo fairly dealt with.
MY STOCK, being lirgo and of excellent varioly,
will bo aold at prices which will defy competition.
I would annex a schedule of prices, but ?paco will
not pormit. Huftice it to say, that all who favor
mo with their custom will not depart diBsalisflcd.
No. 2(50, Bend of Klug Strcot.
Juno 29 Btuthl?
j BONDS. STOCKS ANO COUTONS.
BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Blocka of all kinda
Coupons of all Undi
Dank Billa ol all kinds.
Bought at highost ratos by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
July ?_Imo_li roi cr, No. B Brassi street
li mut'U at Charleston, S. C.,
KO. 9 STATIS STREET.
DEP091TB CAN ALWAYS BB DRAWN WITHOUT
iioyo.ii? or spoclo are repaid tn Spcdo.
All other Deposits aro repaid in "OroenbACiB" or Na?
tional Bank Ullis.
Deposita of any amount rooelTOd from any parson.
NATHAN HITTER, Csshlcr.
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
H. T. HEWITT, Proal.lcnl.
J. Vf. AtiVORD, llratVlco-FrcaldonL
LEWIS CLEPUANE. Second Vieo-Prealdenl.
DANIEL I. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HARRIS, (louerai Inspector.
Banking Hoi'ao, Fonnaylranla Avcnuo, comer of 12th
atreot, Washington, D. c.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HO. O STATS STREET.
Open OTory day, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
from 10 A. M. to a P. M., and from 3 to 4 P. IC
DEPOSIT B OF ANT AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
ANT PERSON. ?
In taros t payablo In January and July, In each year.
AU deposits ?Ul bo repaid arith Interest due when re- |
AU tho pronta belong to the doposltore.
Branchoi have been ertabUshed In tho principal cuica
from Ntw York to Now Orleans, sn l account! can bo
transferred from one Branch to anothor, withe at chargo
or Interrupting theuitoresL
Investments aro only mado in ROCH ri tl rs of tho United
li ta toa. RIOBARD'S. OAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FUANC1B L. CARDO ZO,
Juno 30 Imo Cashier,
THEO, F: CHIJPEIN,
OFFICE, - - . BTO. ?7? KING STItEKT,
HXABLT OFFO0TTE HA8XL.
rriHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH TN
1 8ERTED at moderate price
AW* TEETH EXTRACTED without pain hy means of
CHLOR I) FOlt 31
Or by DR. RIC II ARD BON'fl apparatus for producing
If arch 6 tutha Brno
FTUTB FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
JL for tho I nf u nus U on of aB coi. oem ed ?
AW OBSINSJCCK TO SUtOOXATC TUC CLaUHeTRO Or 7 RIVI XS
AHP VAULTS IM TU? 0OBFOBATK LIMITS OF THU OTTT
I. Ba it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, That
fiona and after tho ratlQration of thia Ordinance, it shall
not bo lawful for any person to cleanse or remove the
contenu of Vaults or Priviea within the limita of th*
dlr, without having previously obtained a license for the
?ame j all inch llcensae to expire on ^ iut Decent
of eva ry year, and be subject to all requirement* un DO*. I
Jd by Ord Inaner, regulating the granunn of Uceuaeifor I
Dray* and Carts.
IL Tb*t thouin of Barr ?li In open Cart* and Waaons
U prohibited a?d partie* applying for License will be rc
quired to provide aloaed Cart* suilablo for the purpose.
IR AUperaop* having such Liosus? sluufrspoit st
2?L??S ?"^Honse. durba* the day, hi. or their in
UnUonfa to such work during thoensuing night;In th?
Lower warda such report to be made lo the Main floarl
HS2*V? th* 11 PP" Ward* to Upper Ouard House,
k^.T?P|^?rplaoe*for the deposit of ?nth offal
?hali be designated from limo to time by the Mayor.
V. Bvory owner or driver of such Licensed Cart or
S&SM?X*'** wno r**? violate ?ny of Ibo provision
of lbj* Ordnance, or shall neglect or refuse to observe
the same, or any of thou, ahaU forfeit and pay for each
offene* a fine not to exceed twenty.fl ve douars, lo bo en
forcedby (he May or in hi? Court, or recovered in any
SHS *i5?ri 9f tompotont Jurisdiction,
lutlned m Citar Council thu esventh day of May. tn thu
year of oar Lord ono thousand tight hundred ?nd sil?
LU ? ?_ P. O. 0AILL1RD,
W. H. SMITH. Mayor,
?_Clark of Connell_Sino May 10
OFFICE. THF. CAPTAIN OF POLICE, 1
fia, v. a*yftyjjL g, O., May 33, 1B&S I
DARAORAPH II. O y ORDINANCE TO REO liLATS
X tba "Cl earning of Prirla* and Vanita," fori lu the
?se or barrau La ot rai carta and wagon?, and parti** ap.
laying tor lWnxetx* requlr*! to provldi closod carts
?unable tor tb* purpose. Alt parsons, Cerciore, "ho
parpoMttUiuO&of tb? Und, are hereby required u.
taring their cart, to main guard hcxase for InipoeUon bo
torjapplyuiglorlloenae. ^ OTB. BIOWALD"
.Ujr? im -, Captain cf P??oo,
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
TWO THIII'SIMI BARRELS
Landing from Schooner Tritton!;.
JOO DHLS. WHITE LIME, KO? WHITEWASHING
'200 bbl.. Cement
lou bbl? falclned Plaster
1M lil,lu. Laud Plaster
1 ot salo by
OLNEY & CO.
Ju'y is I
.Tftnfi BU8HKUI PRIME WESTERN WHITE
t)i)l/U tlUIlN, lauding hum h, lu oner Americas
For salo by T. J. KEltlt fc CO.
July IB _ a
I ?tvAA DUniELH PRIME WHITE COHN, I.AN Ii
?J 0\J\J INO and for sale low, by
Justin _I_ T. TUPPER A SON S._
RALES PRIME HAY, LAN Ol KO AND FOR
salo low, by T. TUPPER at HONS.
NEW FLOUR, NEW FLOUR.
IfT/a SACKS GRANITE M11.1, s (AUOUvTA,
rJl> Ohoho Family and Extra li , Hilt
i;is Hacks Choleo new Cu nut ry li,,ur, from illlKreut
450 libls. No? York and Ualtlmoro Old FLOUR.
For salo low lo tim trudu by
STENHOUSE At CO..
July 18_2_No. 110 East Hiy.
STRIPS, SIDES, SUGAR, MO?
Kf\i\f\ Lns- CHOICE N. Y. SUOAn-CUrtED
OUUU BTHIP, small sizes
2U bilda, primo lt. tildes
10 buds, primo C. lt. Bides
10 bbls. N. Y. Sugar-Cured Pig Shoulders
10 tea. N. Y. Sugar llama
20 bbls. primo Oroccry Sugar
20 bbls. Uweot Cuba M?lmes.
Liudlug and for Halo by
LAUEEYk ALEX \ NP ER,
July 17_-2_No. 137 Eui Bay.
YELLOW METAL, SHEATHING
JL 10 CASES YELLOW METAL RUE VTHINO, 22 and
2? OZ. Also, li) kegs SH KATH I Ni i NAILS, 1 ;? Inches.
Apply to CIUHOLH mtOTHEIUi,
Mo. 32 East Hay, corner Arbor's Wharf.
f*(\ DHLS. NE > OEOROIA FLOUR
X)\J in sacks Now dcor.'la and outs Carolina Flour.
For salo by J. N. nODSON,
July IO tulha_NOR. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
KftriA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
r>f>V/Lf INO from acUr. Lily.
For salo by T. J. KERR lt CO.
QAA DALES PRIME NORTn RIVER HAY. FOR
O\J VJ ?alu low In lots to ault, by
July 17_3_T. J. KERR k CO.
PRIME SMOKED DACON, HAMS, PORK TRIM
MINOS, Atc., ic, at reduced prices, lu quantities
to suit pure ti nauru.
Apply to McKAY A CAMPnELL,
July ll No. I .ii", Meeting street.
SUGAR I SUGAR I!
Hlir, - ) OOOD GROCERY SUGAR.
CO Tierces 5 balsnco of cargo of Sckoooncr
16 Harrel l ) Alert," from Matanzas.
For salo by J. A. ENSLOW ar CO.,
July Iii_No. Ul Fast Day.
BACON ANO FLOUR.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER CHAM?
1 rv HHDS. O. R. SIDES
LVJ IO lilulii. Ribbed bides
100 bbls. flour-Extra and Supor
25 bbl?. Kcir-llataing Flour.
And for salo by WM. GURNEY,
Joly 17_3_No. 102 East Day.
HAY, HAY, LANDING.
QQA BALES PRIME N. R. HAY, LAKDINO FROM
OOU bark Hannibal, on Adgcr'a North Wharf, and
\ for sale by JOHN CA M PUEN A CO.,
No. 14 Markot streot, opposite State street.
I CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(rNconroBATKD NOVEMnsn 1, 18GG.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
[Sonoma, Los Angelos aud Napa
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
noon, Kimmiv, twa ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Port, Wino Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Urandy, California
Catawlft, Sonoma Champa (mo Mn quarts). Sonoma Cham?
pagne (In pint?, 24 in a case}-In wood and glass.
A pr li J?_tutbaflmo,
I GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & GO.,
GROCERS AiND BANKERS,
HAYNES STU icier, .
CHARLESTON, S. O,
I GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
OHUROn STREET, CHA RLES I ON, fl. O.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 1? MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
"THOMAS R. AGNEW,
XUPOBTKB Ann nvif.itrt nt
Kino Groceries, Cbolee Teas, Etc.. Kio,
NOR. 200 and 262 GREENWICH- T,, COB. OF MURRAY,
TUTU. lt. LORENTZ, OF THE CHPAP SEGAR STORE,
1YL in tbanklnn the public for tho liberal patronago
bea tow od on bim. informs bis numerous friends that Mr.
O. NORDHAI SEN will in fnlnru bavo charge of tba RE?
TAIL P Kr A RT M EN'I', uodor tho taauagrment of Mr.
The roar of tbn Store and a building In tho yard has
for tho present been arranged for JODUINU, and ia well
supplied with a Aili a took ot every article In the Uno.
Having tho ag, nc. of different celebrated Dranda of TO?
BACCO, and having connections with tho most celebrated
mauuiac rorer*, ho ft rtroparcd to offer liberal inducements
to tho trade everywhere. Orders solicited.
C ORN KU mt OA DIV A Y AND17TII STREBT,
milE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
_L his Southern friends. Tho obolcest HAVANA BE
OARS, of all the loading brands, with a general assort?
ment of Bmokeri' Articfot always on hand.
June 4 D. OTTOLENO?T, Agent
WRITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH O AROBINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
WATERING PLACE, having gone to great exponao
.Ince tho but season. In changing tho position of and re?
pairing the COTTAGES, grading tho Walls and area li og
atm Buildings, together with many other Improvements,
?1U open THE SPRINGS for the roc option ot visitor* on
Saturdav, J une 1st, 1807.
Being si ros ted In the northwestern part of the Stat?,
In a conn try remarkable for Its boan tty and healthful
lesa, those, together with the virtue? ot the Waters, io ai o
t on* Of Oas most dsslrsblo WATERING PLACES In the
THE MINERAL WATERS
Df THE SPRINGS are the Whit* and Bino Sulphur, and
Thalybeato, and they possess all tas finest qualities' of
liesa waters, and are sovereign rom edi es for all diseases
af tba LIVER, BOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS aro accessible by any of tho roads lead
og to Salisbury, N. C, and at that point th? Wes Um
?forth Carolina Railroad will convey visitors to Hickory
Italian, st which place conveyances are always In attend
moe to take them to THE STRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of the Medical Coilogo of Virginia, ?rill bo
it THE BPRING8 the entire Season, and Invalida mar
?ely noon good attention.
Having again secured fha services of Mrs. WTlKNN,
ind mads ample arrangements for keeping a OOOD
TABLE, and th* beat Wines, Liquor* an48egars, and
laving cngagsd Smith'* Band for the Soarcu. wa gately
irotnise to ail every convenience for pleasure, comfort
md ainusemant thai may bs desired.
HOARD PER MONTH. BOO OO
HOARD PER WEEK. 18 OO
HOARD PER DAY."..."!?*'",I I OO
r^n&vss.7 y"T?t 'Bd yr
j. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
" . pBOPuncroRa