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From 65,000 to 100,000 pcroonB daily visit tbo
Tho victory ot Bador.a was commemorated July
Sd, at Berlin and throughout Proxnia.
Among tho toilet article* which tho Sultan has
lirnusht with him into tho countries of IhoiufldolH
la an immense tank of Nilo wator. Ilia hit?hnesB
ia forbidden to bathe in any loss sacred water.
The government of Cuba Ib about to forbid dis
cussion of Mexican atTaira. A few Cubans got to
gether lost week, and celebrated Iho death of
, Maxijmm/n. Tin y toaatcd tbo Monroo Doclrino.
A telogrsm from Paris says: "It is reported that
the Nicbolai Railway has been sold by tho Russian
Government to a private company for 300,000,000
fiance, to bo paid in throo years.
Tho I .(union .Vor given currency to a rumor that
James Goadon Beknett, Jr., of tho Now York
Herald, iutenda (o bring out a daily paper In Lon
don oro long.
Our national product of bullion ia now abont
SIOO.OO.'.OOO per annum?$20,000,000 from placer or
gulch go?d digging!), and $80,000,000 from quartz
Nono of tho mombcre of tho senior clasa of
Pilncoton College would accept tbo Joromo-gold
modal, which was to bo givon to tho moat gonllo
manly member of tho class. Tboy consider thom
aolves all gentlemen.
(leiicral tinast ha? ordorod tho arrest of lire vet
Msjor-Gonoral 8. W. CnAwroBD for diaobedienco of
orders in having failed to report to his regiment at
LouisviUo, as required, by special ordern from tho
hoadquartors of tho army.
Tho young French Prince Imperial went, quite
unexpectedly and attended only by bia tntor, to
call on tho Sultan, and bo introduced to hiB young
bo.1. -Tbo Snltan ia said to bavo been moro touch
ed by this mark of confldonco and family inter
course thon by any other attention and courtesy
which boa been paid to him.
Tho Paria Moniteur publishes an Imperial do
cro3, preceded by a report nf the Minister of War,
ordering tho abandonment of twenty-nino fortified
poaitiona and works, and the suppression of all
restrictions on honao and landed proportion within'
the lines of fortifications of thirty-nine other forti
Tho latent wonder has "come to light," as a
country paper oxprcsscs it, in Gloucester, Mass.
Thoro ia in that town, it soema, a child of throo
years old, who plays on the piano and molodeon
and sings with marvollons skill and correctness,
and ovon composes original music?nareory lyrics,
wo may supposo?of her cwn.
Tho San Francisco Bulletin learna that "Ihero
arc now on Iho way to this Btato from China, 439
Chlnamon on board tho ship Free Trade, and 159
od Iho California, making a total of 898 disciples
of CoNrrjcrna, worshippers of Buddha, consumera
of opium, manipnlatora of chop-slicks, and burn
era of m confie to Jobs. "
Tho wheat crop in East Tonncasoo ia very largo.
Tho Athena Press of tho 28th says : "Tho vast
wheat crop of thii county baa protly gonorally
ail bean harvested, and we aro pleased to state tho
yield, bo fax as has been ascertained, has como np
to tho expectations of the fariner. Wo nndorstand
that parties hero are offering to ongago at f 1.60
Tho NationalIntctiijencer saya tho Grand Coun
cil of tho Independent Order of Good Templars,
t a recent mootirfg, decided to suspend tho char
ter of Parity Lodge. No. 12, which Iodgo was organ
ized on Tuesday evening, with Oen. O. O. Howard
Worthy Chief Templar. Tho reason for suspend
ing the charter ia understood to havo been that it
had boon officially slated by prominent members
of tho now lodgo that it was their intontion to ad
mit colored pooplo to membership.
A Saratoga correspondent says that a burlesque
advertisement waa posted in the Union Hotel, an
nouncing, in tho etylo of tho great tobacco advor
tiaor, that, "in order to overcome a natural preju
dice against the use of haah, the proprietor will,
on Monday, placo a two dollar and a half gold
piece in a certain quantity of tho haah; on Tues
day one-halt that amount in two pieces; on
Wednesday one-third of that amount in throo
piooea," and so on for a week.
Much attention ia now being paid in tho in
terior of Louiaiana to tho propagation of a now
grass called tho Hungarian, which yields two tons
to Iho acre on bottom lands. If ao, and it cqnala
timothy, and it ia a sure crop, it is far better than
cotton. Let cotton go to Egypt and Brazil, so wo
raise our own stock, grow our own food, and mako
Just enough of tho cotton or other such crops to
reap tbo, fair and average por contago of farming
profit. Then, and not till thon, will wo got rich.
Aiwa B. Pxbktns, of Worcester, Msas., adminis
tratrix of tho lato Captain W. B. ITmanra, has
positioned Congress to withhold for the use of his
estate $885,981, with interest, from tbo $7,200,000
to be paid for liaaka. During tho Crimean war
llm.Bnaalarj Government ordorod of Captain Pan
stkb, through its roprosontativca, large amounts
of powder and of firearms, but when peace waa
declared tboy refused to foot the bills. Hence this
Tho Council of tho Grand Chancclry of tho
French Legion of Honor haa been convened for
tho pnrposo of degrading Colonel Miouti. Lopez,
the traitor who sold Queretaro and its defenders
to tho Liberals. Lopez bad been appointed in tho
Legion by Marshal Bazaxne, in consideration of
his courageous deods in somo expeditions against
the Liberals, and in the summer of 1805 tho Mar
shal married Miss se la Pesa, a nicco by marriage
of Colonel Lopez.
Tho onormoua consumption of baked beans in
Boston every Sabbath is illustrated by tho fart
that one baker at the South End, who sells these
edibles by ths quart, already cooked, disposed of
no less than six baahels of bakod beans on Sun
day morning, or about 200 quarts, at aixteon conta
a quart, and this in a vicinity where cooking stoves
aro abundant, and many pooplo bako their own
beans. No wonder tbo sale of firecrackers ia pro
hibited at tho bub.
Tho London Times remarks": "Experience has
probably shown that (general oaths of allegiance
have proved utterly useless. In poacoxdl and pros
perous times they aro not needed; In times of diffi
culty and danger tboy are not obaorved. Europe,
India and America have of lato furnished abun
dant proof that oaths, aa a political socurity, whe
ther tboy be taken by people to their rulers, or by
rulers to their people, havo proved utterly ineffi
Bineo tho census df 1800, tho population of Wil
mington haa largoly increased, and although
many of her sons foil to rise no moro in the recent
conflict, still it is fully aa doniely populated now
as wai the case previous to the war. Some per
sons estimate the; population oven to exceed that
of tho period nbovo mentioned, but as there are
no definite means of ascertaining tho fact, it ia a
matter of moro surmise and conjecture. How
ever, it is hardly probablo that it can bo anything
leas than 15,000, and upon this ostimato all calcu
lations aro baaed, although somo diversity of
opinion exists regarding its correctness.
According to tbo Surope, tho 5,000,000 francs
which the Czar brought with him to Paris for tbo
expense of bis visit were all epont, and ho bad to
negotiate a amall loan with a Greek baker boforo
he went away. Tbo czarowita alone got through
900,000 francs?Just the Bum which tho ball at tbo
Hotel de Ville is said to bavo coat. Tbo King of
Prussia waa far moro economical. Ho only gavo
tbo prince royal, tho conqueror of Badowa, 80,000
franca pocket monoy for tho whole period ot his
sojourn in Paris, and as to himself he spent "noth
ing." But then tho Prussian budget ia in a healthy
A correspondent of tbo Memphis Appeal hau Just
rot urn od from a tour through Mississippi. His
report is, in brier, that the farmers of North Mis
sissippi havo dovotod lb reo-fourths of their land
to brcadstuffi), and that tho crop promises to be
large; that tho cotton looks healthy, but ouffora
for lack of (be boo ; th at in tho neighborhood of Jack
son tho planters omploy Gorman laborers almost
exclusively, and aro delighted with tho ehango;
and that in Central and South Mtaaiaaippi corn has
had the lion's sbaro of attention, although cotton
and oats bavo boon largoly cultivated and aro look
A circular has boon issued by Hon. Gebbtt
Ruit?, in which bo controverts tho positions of
Chief Justice Chare upon questions or constitu
tional law, denying that tho lato war was prose
cuted unfer authority of tho Constitution of the
United States, and claiming, on tho contrary, that
it was earned on by Oongroas In accordance with
tho laws of war, and that tho vanquished party is
not in any sense legally obargoablo with treason.
Ho regards tho soloctlon of loaders for purdahmont
under tho chargo of treason as "better suited to
feudal times than to our own, and to a despot
rnlod country than to our own." Ho says that if
oar Revolutionary fathois bad failed, and Wash
ington and FftAMKiJs been hung for treason at tho
close of tho civil war, tho opinion of the Chief
Justice would cover and Justify the hoavon-appall
lug deed. Mr. Surra bases his argument not only
on the ploa of Justice, bat fears that a porotsUnoo
In the rigorous policy marked out by Chief Justice
Chase will entail tho dissolution of tho Republican
Tub Wagiiino.on oonansroxDENT of tho Now
York Hcratit glvca llio following startling pioco of
nows: "During tho last fow days a now movement
hou coiiio to light, which hoe for itu ohlcct tho an
nexation of .Mexico to tho United States. Tho
facts concerning it nro as follows: it seems that a
Mr. AnnoTT, brother of tho historinn J. S. C.
Anno rr, hau been engaged Tor two years past in
planning and maturing a srlicmo for tho acquisi
tion of tho nor'hern tier of Mexican States with a
view ultimately to tho nbsorblioii of tho whulo of
Mexico. Ho has travelled extotiHivcly through
that country, put himself in communication with
its leading men, including Juarez, aud niatlu over
tures to thorn, with tho tacit sanction or promi
nent parties in tho United Hinten. Until lately he
mot with but litllo eucouranouiciit in Mexico.
Hinco tho capturo and oxccutijil of M w iuii.hn,
however, his propositions havo heon moro fnvora
blo considcroJ. A fow days ago Mr. Ajjdott suc
ceeded in getting together a iiunihor uf prominent
Senators and Iloprcsontativcs. Jo whom ho mado a
Btatomcnt of his labors anddj?bHpocIs. Tl. meet
ing was held in tho Vice-President's room at tho
capital. There wcro present Senators Waue,Svu
nlu, Cuandleii, Nyf., Howauo, Ramsay, Cole, anil
Ropp/sont&liveg Bankh, Dutlaji, ar.d a few others
of lessor note. Mr. Anr.orr ,i;ivo a dotailcd ac
count of bis plans, and laid before them maps and
surveys ot tho territory proposed tu bo annexed lo
Urn Uni toil States. Ho stated that b'uico tha suc
coes of tho Liberals thoro wcro foars cntortaincd
by Iho leading men of Moxico of a new invasion of
that country by tho European powcra, who wero
enraged at the death of Maximilian, and also of a
Crash ropolition of tho intoslino strifes which havo
torn tbo republic for so many years. Under these
circumstances, Juabez and tbo bottor chtBs of
Moxican loadors entertain serious propositions of
placing Mexico undor tbo protection or the United
Nt-itcn on cortain conditions, tho most vital ol
which is that tboy shall t e taken caro of in tho
way of sosuring good positions in their native
country. Abbott urged that our Government
should onlor Into negotiation with Ju.uir.z, aiid
improve tho opportunity to aonox Mexico to
tho Union. Ha expatiated upon tbo immense ad
vantages it would secure to us commercially, and
1 in a territorial point of vinw. Tho Senators and
Representatives present listened to him attentive
ly for nearly an hour, witon oach ono gave his
viows on the subject."
"Tut Divine Couedt," says a North American
loviower, speaking of Lohofexxow'o version, "is
not a book to bo popular, in tho Bamo sense as tbo
Lady of tbo Lako, tho Idyls of tho King, or Evan
golino. Without study and without Insight,.no
ono can roap tho doh'nht and instruction which
tho poem o" 'tb to him who is qualifiod to enter
into its spirit. 'But to ono who baa fitted himself
by study, and v.! jbo naturo onablos bira to roap
tho profit of his toil, Mr. Lonofellow's vorsion
will bo tbo moans by which, while ignorant of tbo
langnago of tho original, ho may ontor into and
tako possession as his own of ono of those raro
works of genius which shsro with naturo herself
in tho power to administer vital nulrin ont to tho
spirit of man, and to afford continual delight
adapted to his various moods. Dante did not
write to pltaso alono, but to instruct and lo help
as woU; and in spilo of cbango of time, and cir
cumstance, and thonght, his poem romains, and
will remain, of tbo highest ucrvico to tho bigbost
men. In rendering tbo substanco of Dante'b
poem, Mr. Lokofellow baa Buccocded in giving
nlao?bo far as art and genius could givo it?tho.
spirit of Ditrrx's poetry. Fitted for tbo work as
fow men ovor wero, by gifts of naturo, by sympa
thy, by an unrivalod faculty of poetic appreciation,
and by long and thorough culture, ho has brought
his matured powers in thoir full vigor, to its per
formance, and has produced an incomparable,
translation?a poem that will tako rank among tho
groat English poems. With tbo inorcoso of gen
eral cultivation his work will bo raoro and moro
highly prized; and it runs no nsk of being super
seded or supplanted by any moro successful
aobiovomont for which it must itsolf havo pro
pared the way. It is a lasting addition to tho
choicest works of our liloraturo."
Ths Pabis oonnxspoNDENT of tlio London Kar,
writing of tho Exhibition, says: Tho educational
movoment inaugurated by M. Drmoi has already
proved highly successful, inasmuch as it has led
to tho following startling result, namely: that in
lea h than two years tho adult educational estab
lishments of Franco roso from 5623 to 28,5*G, there
by creating an augmentation of GOO,000 voluntary
pupils. Thanks to his porsovering ofibrts, thoro
aro now 8000 bbraries in tho oomrnnnea of this
country, which lend out 600,000 books per annum.
A promenade through classes 89 and 00 will thor
oughly initiale tho reader into tho present state of
public education of tho wholo universe Ho will
theto be able to study and compare tho different
apparatus and methods, iUuslratod publications,
treatises, atlases, globes, gymnastio games, Ac.,
employed for tho instruction of the rising genera
tion. Among the moat noteworthy improvements
introduced in tho printing and bookselling trades
sinco tho last great Exhibition, must bo montioncd
the varioty as well as clearness of tho types em
ployed: iho prpgross realized in stereotyping, by
means of tho galvano-plastic process, tho employ
ment of paniconographic etorootypo plates, and
above all, iho cheapness of tho impressions by tbo
introduction of improved printing prcssoa driven
by steam. In tho French department, ono natur
ally resorts to Cnniieu, Fuhne, Pl?n, and tho Im
perial Printing ODlcc, for tho best specimens of
typo, vignettes and ornaments. In Belgium ono
admires Gi.veiieyn'b cbromo-lilbographs, Vandeji
ahweha'b old Elzy virian typo and armorial bear
ings; also Van Dooshklaeiie's. genealogical charts
and specimens of old printing. PruBBia awakes
Iho enpidity of tho passant by its epocimons of
paper money and promissory notes.
Fuou tub Whkk.i.iko Intelligencer wo copy the
following : "Rev. Abut Stevens, well known
throughout West Virginia as Methodist minister,
now a toachor at Point Pleasant, has invented a
clock which may justly bo rank od among tho re
markable inventions of the times. It is not, accu
rately speaking, a clock, but an attachment which
may bo joined to any clock. It calculates, with
sciontifio precision, tho rising and sotting of the
sun, moon and stars, Shows tho changes in tho
moon, and calculates all tho eclipses. It shows
tbo right ascension and doclonaion of the stars,
the place of tho sun or moon in tho zodiac, and in
what constellation, with many other of tbo celes
tial phenomena, Thus it will do for ono bundled
years to oomo. At tho end of that timo it would
have to bo stopped, so as to lose a day to mako the
calculation correct for tho next ono hundred years
?a necessity growing out of the fact, understood
by scientific mon, that calendar timo does not ab
solutely correspond with actual tima, so that in a
century tho former gains a day. Prof osa or Warnt,
8tato Superintendent of 8:hooln, who has scon
Mr. Stetemb's invention, and la familiar with its
details, says it will do all wo havo rrontioned, and
much moro. It is, howovor, exceedingly simple
in its construction, and easily understood. Mr.
Stevens, who Booms lo have a genius for
mechinicB, mado this contrivance throughout
with his own banda. Ho calls it an 'astronomical
clock,' and intonds claiming a palont for it."
Tax roLLowiHo omciAL statistics show the dis
tribution of profesaloob and trades in Italy: -The
Cathollo clergy in tho peninsula comprise 101,133
individuals, being seven for every thousand in
habitants. But in Umbria tho proportion is four
toon per thousand, tho suppression of convonls
and salo of ecclesiastical property at tho com
mencement of tho present century not having boon
effected In that province, an it was in tbo thou
Fronoh departments of tho Tiber and Trashnonp.
Other creeds than tho Ronan Cathollo ono do not
comprise in Italy moro than 8293 persons. Agri
culture provides work for 4,8G9,G25 mon and 2,839,
210 women, or 7,706,830 in lividuuls in all, boiog
about ono-tbird of tho population. In this num
ber, however, aro counted 231,770 males and 42,731
fomalos, who aro. ongagod in pastoral pursuits.
The number of persons of both scxea ongagod in
manufactures is 8,072,215, viz: 1,979,606 males and
1,692,710 females; thoro aro 66,651 men omployod
in mining, and 024,133 In commerce. Tho number
of artists is 631,485, of whom 404,722 aro mon and
12S.7G3 aro women. Then aro 180,597 function
arios, including G354 womon. Tho army aud polico
form an aggregate of 210,000 mon; thoro are be
sides 601,437 landed proprietors, of whom 257,107
aro fomalos; 160,077 men servants, and 813,197
maid aorvanta; tho indigent amount to 905,835;
and persona belonging to none of tho above cbisscs
Im 1823 Loud John Rubszix, in a epooch in Par
liament, uttered lamontatlons ovor England's
humiliation at being doomed to vrltneca the for
feiture of the commanding position which aho had
formerly bold among the nations of Europe. In
tho course of his spooch, ho quo tod tho following
linos of Addison, the aenao of vrh i ch h o pronounced
bottor than the poetry :
"Tis Britain's cars to watch o'er Kiropo'a fate,
And hold In balance each contending slate;
To threaten bold, presumptuous kings with war.
And answer each afflicted neighbor's prayer."
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an each week, agreeably to the following
station of the New Pottoffice Law, at the \
ncSotjia2>cr having the largest circulation in i
thTVUjf of Charleston:
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town or village, where a nowrpsper ahall bo printed,
hall hereafter bo published once only lu tbo newspspor
which, being published weekly or oftencr, shsll havo Uio
largest circulation within raugo uf dcllrcry of tbo said
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llur.ncss communications '.o Publisher of Daily
Wecannot undertake to re'.- 1 n rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
MONDAY MORNINO, JULY 23, 1867.
Jon Work.?Wo havo now completed our
office so ns to oxecuto, in the shortest possible
lime, ALL KINDS OF JOI? WORK, end wo
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THE BUAIID OH> REGISTRATION.
In another column of our paper this morning
will be found the appointments of Registers for
the State of South Carolina. These appoint
ments, we have every reason to believe, wore
mado with great care nud circumspection, ns
indeed may, in part, be inferred from the fact
of their late announcement. Ocn. Sicklks,
very wisoly, wo think, has delayed registration
as long as he could ; and the second, we believe,
i; Ihe only Military District where registration
has not yet commenced. From the restrictions
of the Act creating tho office, and from other
obvious considerations, the judicious selection of
Buitable men for these posts was attended with
groat difficulty. Wo hope, however, that Ocn.
Sickles, by dint of diligent inquiry and long
deliberation has at last succeeded in appoint
ing tho right men in the right place.
MON. D. II. IIILI. H "SOTKH" AND h'PEKtil.
The Hon. B. IT. UiLi., ono of Georgia's dis
tinguished sons, wjjom in days gono by her
people delighted to honor, during the last few
weeks hns titillated the wholo realm of pnssiv
ism by his "Notes on tho Situation," published,
we believe, in the Augusta Chronicle and Senti
nel. We do bot know how many of these
"Notes" have been issued. We have Numbers
12 and 13 now lying before us, published in
the Louisville Courier, whero they appear
under a largo bending: "Splendid Scries of
Patriotic Papers." And certainly they havo
struck rt chord which vibrates extensively
through the heart of Ihe South; otherwise they
would not be so widely republishcd. It is easy
at a time of strong popular excitement or
deep feeling to make a great reputation for
wisdom, patriotism and public virtue, by sim
ply studying nnd pandering to popular
prejudice. This is easy, wo say, requires no
marked ability, and certainly is no test of
moral courage. Wo have a right to expect
something more from a lender of tho people.
If he is worthy the confidence and high posi
tion with which his fellow-citizens have en
trusted him, he should be himself superior to
prejudice, and endeavor to bring tho truth
homo to the understandings of his constituents;
the naked truth, as seen through the medium
of sober fact and prnclicnl common sense.
This Mr. Hill hns not done. On the contrary,
ho ia running wilh tbo current, and sees his re
ward in the popular plnudila which greet him
We had expected otherwise of Mr. Hill. Wo
knew that long before the close of the war, he
bad lost faith in tbo success of the Confederate
cause; wo gavo him credit for some foresight
and practical good sense, and fully expected
that ho would be ono of the first lo seek to heal
the breaches between the two sections of the
country, and that he would do ao by the only
practical way, v?t; advising them to accept tho
proffered conditions of those who nlonohadtbe
power to diclato the terms on which our re
admission into the Union should lake place.
Instead of this, Mr. Hill writes a "splendid
series of patriotic papcra," arguing ably,
learnedly, eloquently, if you will, that Congress
had no right to enact laws such ns, upon ex
amination, he finds the Reconstruction Acts.
This same fact is proclaimed in every one of
tho "Notes" we bava seen. This is the sum
and burden of tho "Notes." So again in his
five column speech delivered in Atlanta July
10, 1807, ho rings the charges on tho uncon
stitutionally of Ihe Acts of Congress. He
opons in a very ambitious strain: "Human
governments," he says, "like everything ehe,
naturally tend to decay. They can only be
preserved by constant watchfulness, courage,
and adherence to correct principles. These
remarks apply with unusual force to free gov
ernments, which aro the most difficult of all to
maintain." All very true, even though not
altogether original. Dut while these general
observation wonld be qnito appropriate in the
mouth of an undergraduate speaking his
"piece," Ihey come with bod grace from an old
secessionist, who long ago made the discovery
embodied in this exordium, and carried his
"watchfulness, courage and adherence" to the
verge'of counselling war. The floor of Con
gress, before the war, was the place where
these themes could bo properly discussed. Our
rights under the Constitution could there.be
debated ad libitum. We were members of tbo
Union, entitled, without a doubt or question, to
the full enjoyment of all the rights guaranteed
by the Constitution.
But the moment wo seceded and mado war
against the United States, our relations to that
instrument underwent a change. When delibe
ration failed, and discussion was fruitless, we
resorted to the ultima ratio?tho arbitrament of
tho f word. In this also wo failed after a long
and bloody struggle. What then? Shall wo
now return again to those gladiatorial exhibi
tions in tho constitutional amphitheatre? Mr.
Hill seems to think this the proper course.
To read his "Notes" ono would supposo there
had been no war, or that he at least bad for
gotten that there had been a war. Some of
bis arguments are the same as we were in the
habit of hearing daily in 18G0. Can it be that
the distinguished ex-Senator haa becomo
oblivious of the intervening period, and simply
continues the argument he begun seven years
To show tho potcnoy of his reasoning we
will adduce one of bis strong points. He says:
"It is my business to support the Constitution,
and my duty and pleasure to persuade others
to do so. Some of you who favor the accep
tance of tho Military Bills take an oath to this
effect, and still intend to voto for a convention
wbioh you admit to bo contrary to the Consti
tution! How is this? If you have a con
sotonoo I havo said enough. If you vote for the
Constitution you are perjured I" Now this is of
a piece with the entire long and labored argu
ment. If the premise were granted, the oon
slusion would bo inevitable. Grant that wo
have not forfeited our rights under the Consti
tution, and Mr. Hill is right, but in assuming
this ground he begs the whole question. Pre
cisely hero is the split. Mr. Hill, and others
with him, persistently contend that we never
became aliens or enemies, that we never for
feited our constitutional rights ; tho war with
them waa no more than a prolonged political
discussion, that could not change the status of
tho combatants. These postulates, however,
ara not coneeded by the representatives of the
people of the North. They con toad that when
ws entered tho arena of war wo thereby not
only voluntarily surrendered our rights under
the Federal compact, and sought redress by s>
lew mill unniilhorizcd means, b?l wo moreover,
ike ?II pcrMM entering into n fight, Incilly
IVotiud oiir.selvrR to abide I lie issuo of 'lie ein
lest, whatever it be.
Wu lust our cause nnit liiere is no higher
liuiii.au court lo which wc run appeal. The
sword wits the lust resort, ntul it is not mniily
Lo murmur at the decrees of fete. Sufficient
time has elapsed for us to have hrceinc recon
ciled to Ihc issue, and Hie majority of our peu
ple would ere this have uccepleil the terms of
reconstruction ottered us, if their minds' hud
not been distracted by the counsel of designing
or mistaken guide?. Mr. Hill, wc honestly
boliove, has done more lo oppose the Congres
sional reconstruction plan limn tiny other pub
lic man of tho South. True even lie ndviscs
the people lo register, though with what con
sistency wo cannot seo, inasmuch as registra
tion is one of Ihe offsprings of thrHc "unconsti
tutional" Reconstruction Acls. Hut who of I
Mr. Hill's admirers, after rending Iiis
"Notes," or hearing or rending his speech,
would think of registering? Ho would be
afraid of "perjuring" himself. And even if he
was not so silly us lo helicvo this he would still
resort to if its a convenient excuse for not per
forming the unpleasant duly ; nud if it shall be
found, as wc fear it will, thnl the number of |
negroes in Ucorgia who have registered greatly
outnumber tho whites, it is to the efforts nnd
influence of Mr. Bekj. II. Kill, Mr. Hersimiel
V. Joll.XaOX, and others of the men who for
merly led the people, that this defeat will bo
due, nud on their heads will rest Ihc blame of |
the disastrous consequences Hint may result
from such inaction nt this time.
Our object In noticing thus at length these
arguments of tho lending men in Georgia is tc
warn our people from following what wo con
sider tho direction of false ei iinsellora. Regis
tration will soon commence in South Carolina,
and it is all important, of whatever parly we
ire, and whatever o u opinion of the past, tho
present or the future, that every one of us
who is not disfranchised should register, end
thus qualify ourselves for a discharge of the
right of suffrage when the time comes. It may
he that we shall not be able to have our owr
will ; indeed it is all but certain that wc shall
not. Tbcro is still, however, much room for
tho excrcisb of a healthy influence, and it is all
important that wc should bring it to bear in the
WANTED_ABIILLINF.lt TO GOUP THE
country. Apply at PavUlon Hotel to-day between
1 and 2 o'clock and from 7 to B p. m. 1 July 23
WANTED,-HOARD DV A GENTLEMAN
and Lady In a respectable family. Address P. O.
D. 8. C. 1* July 10
toTr ? nT.
rlvo UKW, PART OF A not SE, WITH
i every convenience on tho premises, suitable for i
family. Apply at No. 70 Tit ADD BT UK KT, betweal
Meeting sod King street!._3?_July M
TO IlENT. Ptlil ONE OR A TE1PII OF
years, tho two-and-a-balf story WOODEN (DWEL
LING, No. 10 rtutledgo Avenue, oppoalto Doughty street.
Apply at T11IH OFFICE. wfm Juno 20
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI.
DENCE, No. 11 KINO HT 11KET, with all tho neces
sary outbuildings, clstoni, Aie, Inquire aa No. 9, SU U 111
BIDE OK THE ABOVE._wftn_June 4
TO RENT.?THAT DESIItAULE RESI
DENCE, No. fis Cannon street, near Rutlodgo At
onuo, containing sli upright and twoatUo rooms, with
gas throughout, cistern, well, sod smplo kitchen accom
modations. To an spp.oved tenant, terms moderate ;
possession givenimmcdlstcly. Enqulro st WILKINSON
A OLLCUHIST'S LAW OFFICE, No. 48 broad street.
TO RENT, TWO FRONT ROOMS, To
gether with kitchen accommodslions. Todoairablo
persona the rent will bo moderate. For furl her particu
lars spply st this Office._July 18
TO RENT?THE TWO AND A HALF BTOHY
BRICK RESIDENCE, cornor Society sud Moo Una
streets, having cistern and stablca ou tho premises, anil
good accommodations for servants. Rent low. Apply
to 8. HART, Br., No. 33-1 King street. July 9
I/O II 8AI.E.--A HANDSOME ROSEWOOD
1 PIANO, six and a half Octave, lu oxcellcut condition,
can bo aeon at tho King Mansion, cornor tioorgo and
Meeting streets. _ mvrl July 22
FOR SALE, A FINE HE VEN-OCTA VE
ROSEWOOD PIANO, nearly new. Price four bun
drcd dollars (?sOOj cash. Apple at No. 71 DROAD
BTRKET, between 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., were It can '
seen. _ . July 11
III SALE, A CARRY"ALL, WITH TWO
Beats, polo and shaft. Also, s set of doubto and
single HARNESS, sit In good order. Can bo seen and
bargained for cash or a Ihne noto at thirty days, at No
91 Lynch slrcot May 17
PICKED UP ABTRAT, ON KINO STREET
Road, uoar Foot Mile House, and brought to the
city by two trcodmcn. a white and yollow spotted COW.
lho owner can havo tho aamo by applying nt No. 608
KLNO 8TREET and paying oxponsos. 3 July 3-1
XT Of ICE?PICKED IIP NEAR THE BAI
JJN a BATfEAU. about 18 feet long. The owner of the'
aamo can have her by proving property, and payi ng
advertisement and salvage. Apply to JAB. UEYVET',
Point House, Knill vans Island. I* July 33
LOST OR HTDLKV, COUPONS OF MEM
PHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY
BUNDS, aa follows : Nos. SCO. 734, 73S, 7?9, 763, 833,
1143. 1140.1313, 1330, 1337. 1331. due to November, 1800.
snd May, 1(07. Brokers and others are roques ted to stop
these Coupons If offr rod for sale, and any Information
eoncornlog them will bo thankfully received If left at
this Office. 1 July 33
BOA It Dl NU .? A SPACIOUS SOUTHWEST
ERN Room with water convenience, and Dressing
Boom attached, opening on Southwestern Piazza, can bo
obtained with Board on reasonable terms at lho King
Mansion, corner Georgo and Meeting streets.
July 33 _mwl
1.EXCELLENT BOARD, AT VERY LOW
li rates, In the most central business part of the city,
without lodging, In a private house, can now be had.
For particulars address "x. L," Postofflce. May IS
BOARDING?THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOARD can bo bad on Imm?diate sppli
catlon to No No. 6? CHURCH STREET, weat side, n ear
Tradd street. Terms reasonable. Jane 13
OTTO BCHWETTZlCIt, WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL
LER, has removed from No. 413 King street to No.
874 KINO HT 11 K KT. 1* July 31
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of R. ARNOLD & CO., was dlso.ved
by its own limitation, on Use lat of April last. The busi
ness will be continued by lho subscriber at tho Old
Stand. No. 319 Meeting street, wham Mr. A. E. GADs
DEN can bo found ready to attend lo the customers of 1
the cstabllsmcnL It. ARNOLD.
July 1st, 1807. No. 219 Meeting street.
July 1 lmo
EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT OF
REV. DR. M VERB.
rruiE PRINCIPAL OF THE ABOVE NAMED INBTT
x TUTION baa much pleasure In announcing to his
patrons, as weU as to ths public generally, that owing to
conUnuod increase In the number of pupils, babas
found II necessary to obtain more suitable promise., and
thoreforo aecured lbs commodious and eligible bouse
situated at the Northwest cornet of Coming and Bull
The slm of tho institute being 11 thoroughly educate
Ihc pupils for collegia to or builue. < career; a systematic
and accurate elementary train bag la ndoped for such aa
may need that course, and peculiar advantages are also
offered for lho aludy of Iba classics. Mathematics and
In consequence of recent nocexsvry changes made In
tho government of tho Academy, and with a view of |
facilitating the Interests of the pupils, the Principal will
to assistai by Mr. JOHN QANHON. a gentleman of
known ability, and who nas had considerable expert enro
In' tho art of teaching. Mr. OANNON performed bis
ooRoglata oourao of studies with distinction. In one of
tho best collages In Fiance, and subsequently taught tho
French languages and classics with unusual success. In
tho collcgo of Idols la thst country. Rare and excellent
advantages arc therefore afforded for tho study of
French under his supervision.
A primary class connected with lho Institution la con
ducted by Miss nos A DIBBLE, and the varions depart
ments receiving the personal superintendence or the
Principal; every exertion la made to promote the Inter
eat, of the pupils. Oourso of instruction : English,
French, LsUd, Oreek, Hebrew, Spanish and German
Unguagoa._ mf 3m_Jalylg.
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
RS. NICHOLS. A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
_nut daring the post fifteen > ears a resident In
buropo, Is desirous of giving Instruction In the French
Language, mtner at her osm residence or at the bous
of her pupils. ?
Inquire at Mrs. FLNNEY'0, No. 190 King street.
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAYING ON HAND A LABOE BTJPPLT OF READY
MADE ci.ol IIINd, suitable for Gentlemen, La- 1
diras tad Children, and bel?g desirous of diminishing our
Block before the season advances too far, wo wo old espe
cially draw the attention of the publia towards tho reduo
tlon which will bo made la our prices for the next two
or throe weeks from dato.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 30 Ko. 17 Caalmers street
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED BIS OFFICE FROM OHALMEBfl
*lr?H to MC. TT CHURCH STRUCT, near 81.
Michael's Alley. Auanst 11
Toi Diitalictcrn Uder (WUIIfrbait trite Hermit MtfK*
Itigt bafi Uculc Vlbcite M KUtjr im Yet.il ccJ -v-mit Jcltrb
I'itMtr, ISiffl'eii Seriell? nut Ai?H< *Hr., t>it ^tirttcljobriAC
<<i'i|.-iuiiihunt flJtt|lllt.l. 'l'litjllicCCt filtb ?.fetlflt Ink
eUntlliib (intuFtdlcii. Cr. ',tfcil, BctKtlr,
July M_ J_
WASlllMiTOiV i.ltiHTinfantry chari
ATTEND a REGULAS MONTHLY MEETING THIS
KVKNINO. Id Mvhp. 11.11. nt H o'clock.
Tho punctual attendance of cviiry member la earnestly
mpicsU-d, an Uiu Coinmltico appoint. .1 to revise the
Countiltillou will male Unir report.
.1. L. UONOUIt.
July 21 _1 Secretary and Treasurer.
STUNELWALL F1UH KVt.lv K COMPANY.
A TTKN1> THE REOULs.Il MONTHLY MKETINO OF
i V your Coinpauy 77n> Evening, at Market Hall, at 8
o'clock pn . l-clv.
You aro i>arllrularly r. ?pn :h -1 to In pnnr.lu.I In attend
ance, as the 'rnor Mat will Uu read. Members fail:in; to
altcud will On dealt with ar. ortilon lo Itnla XIV. Roc 1
of Constitution. By order YY. G. MILt.EH,
July 2*1 _ 1 Secretary.
WASHINGTON ITltK KMilVE COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MKETINC OF
your Company, This Ennivj, at Ifcu Hall, at 8
o'clock 1'. M. precisely.
By ordor. A. W. STEVENS',
Jttly M_1 _ Secretary \V. F. 0^
PH1ENUSUIP LOI>UlC, NO. O, A. K. M.
AREGULAR COMUIINKIATION OF 1HIHLODOE
will bo hold TAii ?rmfnp. at H o'clock, at the Ma
sonic Hall. Members sud candidates govern themselves
By order of tho W. M. E. SCOTT,
July M * ! Secretary.
BONOS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Stocks or all kinds
Couiions or all kinds
Bank bills nl all kind*.
Bought st highest rates by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
July 12 lino Broker, No. H Broad slrooL
Branch at Chart esion, S. C,
NO. 0 STATE STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE DRAWN WITHOU t
Deposits of Specie are repaid in Sprlr..
All othor Deposits sre repaid in "Greenbacks" or Ifs
Uonal Dans Pills.
Deposits of sny amount rooslvod from any perron.
NATHAN RITTER, Cashier.
July 11 15
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
M. T. HEWITT, Prcal'lont.
J. W. AI.VOHD, llrst VIce-PrcrldonL
LEWIS CLEPHANE, Second Vicc-l'rcslrtcnt.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actusnc
HAM L. UAItltlS, General Inspector.
Banking House, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner of 10th
street, Washington, D. 0.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C,
NO. 0 STATE STREET.
Opou OTory day, Sundays and Holidays excepted,
from 10 A. M? to 3 P. M., and from 3 to 1 P. M.
DEPOSITS OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payablo In Jsnnsrr and July, In each year.
AB deposits will no repaid with Interest duo when re
AU tho profits belong to tho depositors.
Branchen havo been established in tho principal cities
from Niw York to Now Orleans, an I accounts can bo
transferred from one Branch to another, without cltargo
or interrupting ihn Interest.
Investment, am only made Insecurities of tho United
SUtes. RICHARD H. GAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS 1- CARDOZO,
Juno 10 Tuto Cashier,
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKER * CHILD,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
June 11 No. 103 EAST BAY.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LADIES' SUP. CONGRESS BOOTS,
Prlco $1.25 to $2.50 per pair.
AB Goods marked down to prices corresponding with
tho times, as wo shall sustain tho reputation heretofore
enjoyed of seUlng.
HIGH AND LOW CUT SHOES or all kinds modo to
order, at the lowest CASH PBI0E8.
No. 375 King street, above George,
D. O'NEILL & S0NS?.
July 18 thsm
Ohl she was beautiful and fair,
With a tarry eyes, sud radiant hair,
Whoso curling tendrils, sott enlwluod,
Enchsinnd the very heart and mind.
For Curling, the Hair of either Bex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Hoary Maaaive
I > Y USING THIS ARTICLE LADTB 1 AND GENTLE
JL> MEN can boanuTy themselves a thousand-fold.
It Is the only artlcls in tho world that will curl straight
hair, and at tho samo Umn give It a beautiful, glossy ap
pearance. Tho Crisper Coma not only curls tho hair, but
Invigorates, beautifies and cleanses It; Is highly and de
lightfully perfumed, and Is the most complete, article ol
the kind ever o He rod to the Amtrioan public The
Crisper Coma will bo sent to any address, sealed and
postpaid for II.
Address aB orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 8 West Fayette streut, Syracuro. N. Y.
LEA & PERKINS'
PRONOUNCED m EXTRACT
BT VJY of a letter from a
to bz rira only Mmmfok Brother at
? . J?jfc? WORCESTER, May,
Good Sauce (5K=?5184I:
. ?Ten LEA k PER
AHD amiOABU f^S^lRINS Hist their HAUCB
is highly esteemed ha In
dia, sud Is, In my opinion,
?j. l.lHPBrtt'lUin moat palatable, so
EVERY VAllICTVy?SSkwl^i, u the most wbo'.c
IriS?rrSjeomo SAUCE that Is
OF DISH. ^ReW'msdo."
The success of thismost delicious and nn rival loi con
Alme?t baring caused many nnprlnupled dot .er. to
apply tha name to Spurion* Vtmpoundi, the Pjdijo IS
rttpectfiiUg and eamutlg requested to tea that Iho name
of Lata at Prnnnrj are upon tho WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA it PBRRIRS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES.
October M fniwlvr
FIRE miaa. i
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
Cm Hau, November 9,1s?n. f
LL PERSON^ DESIROUS OF REBUILDING 1NT91
Burnt DUuloU end Waste place, of tho city, uo
An Act of tha O crsi .?;?embly, giving authority
to tho City Ooanctt of Charleston to proceed in the mat
ter of a lire Loan, with a vlaw to old In building an the
City anew." sre hereby notified that tho form of ? t pll.
cation lor losnu can be obtained at tho office of the Clerk
Of Council, between the hours of 0 A. M. and 3 P. M.
' All application, mutt be #' >d in the above mentioned
offlo*, ts tha Commit',** will mort every Jfoada* to con
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor W. O. SM ITH,
November 10 Clerk ol Council.
(BANCHOI.-T'la 1)1,1) HTA NUI.
FOR TIIK NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE WIM. HELL
many styles or Goodx Iii Diu
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
leery cheap. Borna of thcso OoixDI will Ix- poM nl a i;r. at
leal below Hie 11 nit coil, roiiiprlmni;, in purl, a lot ol
M US 1,1 Ns at 16 cunts, original pri?e M . i iiIh.
tliixllu* ?I IS cent*, ori||liuil print 25 renia.
Mio-Um at 'ill cent*. original prieo 3nc.no..
Muslins si 25 ccnlH, original prico 35 Ul 40 cents.
K small lot of RarcgcH at IA coat*.
K ainall lot of Itorogm al 25 cenlH.
Mole Poplins and jipmn ni 23 cent?.
,\ kid ?II lot or llsrvgo Uclaluc* nt 15 conls.
?X1 yards Figured Kren.ii Cambric at 25 <-eiitn, worth .M.-,
1 caso assorted Calicoes (chrsp) at 1'-", rattan.
Wo aro Biso sbowlii- good n?"ortniciit-> in eaeli Depart
IRHII LINENS: Kamlly ami Fronting I.'neini; U>ng
sloths at lu, 121,', 13, IS, 20 t >2G cent*; llrown shirtings
10, 1.";. IS, 20 to 25 cent*; all widths ill Uli .a. ln .l ami
llrown SlilriliigH; Fancy Llnt-n Drill; Drown Drill; Cloths
and Casslniercs; Medium Cassl meres lor Hulls, In teituro
U> suit tin' aoaaoti.
It LACK GOODS.
WE ARE OFFERING A GCOD ASSORTMENT OF
BLACK GOODS, In AtpocaH. lloiiiliar.liiCM, Luplu'H Black
sTiallv, HI ick I Main.? ul GO renlR. n lot of Ulack Hareaei
aad < 'rap.i Maniz at 40 room (wortb tiOct*. a niontli ago)
B 1 Crai?! Marelz and Ilarcge, for Shawls.
Together with altuuat every article to bo had iuour Hue,
which we are oltorlug CHEAP FOR CASH.
ST0LL, WEBB & C0.?
July mwf No. XH1 KI\U ST II K KT.
DRY GOODS !
dry 1.00ds ! drv goods !
Soiling OIT"! Selling Off
\ U 111 I FillllS,
NO. 291 KING STREET,
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY !
Our entirf. STOCK of dry and fancy o00dh
will be nold at a id below cost, to repair and refit
thestoroto make room for n largo fall stock of
BLOCK & LOTNS,
corner of kino and wentworth.
J. & P. GOATS'
Id Fancy Doxos, with their ?vcll-Unown
FIFTY SHADES OF COLO
In each llox of tiro Dozens.
For Sale by tho PACKAGE, of 100 Doscns,
JOHN & III llll MIIINCLOSS,
Solo Agents In Now York.
July 15 mwsl3
F?R s^PrTi RE ETC s
The subscriber announces Til VT he has
connoctoJ, ss heretofore, tho
In sit its parts, with tho furniture, so thst bo is pre
pared to rurulsh funerals complots, and to give personal
ttcntlon la the moat dolloate, respectable and sstbtfactc
ry manner. Ho Is also prepared to remove bodies to any
distance free of smell and decay.
fisk's metalio cases, and all kinds of coffins,
ilwsys oa hand on ths moat rcasonablo terms.
Southwest comer Weutworth and Meeting strcots.
Or st No. 0 college 81beet, at night and Sundays.
IlEUUCTION OF DENTAL PRICES TU SUIT
Dit. J. E. DAFRAY, DENTIST, IS NOW PREPARED
to complete tho luaertton of whole upper or lower
lets of AJIT1FICAL TEETH, npon tho moat approved
uethod, and with the best materials, at 120 per set. Par
iai acta In proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
perfect fit, and neatness of finish, guaranteed.
All other operations upon tho Teeth performed in a
iklllful and warrantable manner.
Offlco al bis residence NO. S LIBERTY STREET,
slay 20 mwf Charleston. S. C.
Tim WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE WOHDEHFUIj REVEI-ATlONS
MADE BY THE GREAT A8TR0L00IST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS no MORTAL ever knew.
Bho restores to happiness- thoso who, from doleful
avents, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
rrhmds. loss or monoy, Ac, havo becomn despondent,
ahe brings together thoso long separated, gives informa
tion concerning sbsent friends or lovera, restore* lost or
itolon property, tells you Uie business you nr?i host
lualulod to pursu0 and In what you will be most success*
ail. sausea spoedy marriages, nod tells you tho very day
r cu will marry, gives you tho names, likeness sud chsr
icleristics of thn person. 8bo roods your very thoughts,
md by her almost supernatural powers, unvslls tho dark
led hidden mysteri?s of tho future. From the starsWe
tea In the firmament?the malefic stars thst overcome or
or- dominate In tho oonflgurstlou?from tho aspocta anil
positions of the planets and tho fixed stars in tho heaven s
it the timo ot birth, sho dedacss the futurs destiny of
man. Fall not to consult tho greatest Aatrologist on
sarth. Itcosts you bnt a trifle, and you may never sgsiu
Save so favorable an opportunity, Consultation foe, with
likeness and all deslrta information, $1. Parti as living
it a distance can eonrmlt the Madame by mall with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, os H In person. A
lull and explicit chart, written out, with all Inquiries an -
rwerod and likeness enclosed, sont by mall on receipt >.
price abova mentioned. Tho strictest socrosy will bo
maintained, and ail correspondence returned ordoatrcy
srL Baforences of tho nlgbcst order furnished thoso o
airing them. Write plainly tho day of tho month mj
rear La which you won born, enclosing a small loo . ot
.Address, Manaire H. A. PERRIGO,
P. 0. Daawaa 203, Dorrano, N. Y.
Gin, as a Remedial Ageut.
pi IN, AB A REMEDIAL AGENT, HAS BEEN IN FA
OT VOR with the profession for a very long period, but
>wing to ths difficulty of obtaining a pure article it has
'?Pen into disuse In many soetlons of ths country, much
10 Uie regret of medical men, who consider it aim oat a
ipoclfio In very runny dlsoasoa. For all oasos of Grant/,
pure Gin, if administered under professional guidance,
will certainly wink a cure; and if taken as > pr?ventive.
Kling, as it docs, on ths sensitive membranes, it cleanse a
His parts so as to remove all possible sediment. Admin
vie red In tlus same way. It will pr?vaut tho formation of
Mcuti, and do away with tboso terri bio operations,
Lhcrofore, so necessary for their permanent removal.
Iba is of IncaJeulsbls benefit to females In thoso diseases
10 peculiar to ths sex, and from Its tonic, ss well ss Its
modyno properties, It ts frequently superior to iron,
jark, or even the electrical vom edles. In cssos of a poai
ivo tendency to Fklhlm, or Consomption, aba, in proper
ioantitlcs, by supplying or filling up the constant dying
>ut of the natural firo of tho system, will Often entirely
nerd off that awful disease, which carries off ono-clxblb
if tho population of tho r.aitod fitstes annually. Pure
11a has tills peculiar advantage over other dlfruslblo
it?nt?i. that It exhilarates without cresting any thirst of
m nnhenllby character, it sooth as while It also oxcitea,
ind Is a powerful nervine ss well as su active tonic.
uniniNOEkVS UIdD loidon dock gin
joiooecA ill tho qualities that can bo desired for tho hlgh
ist and noblest ass of all wines or Uquora. Its lngre
Uentssra tho distil Led Juices of carefully selected grains,
nado delicately pungent and Oavorons with the aromatic
lecture, of tho Jumper Barry. Ago has mellowed all
heae mingled aromas, and glvon an exquisite mildness?
i rmooth, oily body?sod an almost floral odor to ths
lquor, which ronders it delicious to tho senses, of smell
ind taste alike, whits Its sparkling liquid parity loaves
lothieg for tho sys to desire.
'The writer must remark thst Messrs. A M. Dnrntoxa ,
k Co. merit ths graUtudo of tho entire iredlea] profrs
ion, as weU ss ths world s ', large, for Laving lotroduced
> sttDiultnt c t such unoxooptlanablo pun It and unequlvo
J1 power, both as s prevonUvs and cur?Uro agent, and a
isrndess oxhUsrative boverkgo."?Chrmicat Jvurnai and
\ttiieal OattUt. tat m?mos January 29
Omoi Ci.xna or CouwoTL, 1
May 1847. f
The following Section or " An Ordinance to abolish ths
1 filco of Superintendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
ag the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts In ths
?ty or Charleston Ohvari, and for other purposos," Is
isreby pobliabod for ths Information or all concerned 1
For the duo protection or the said contractor or eon
rsctors, it is furUur ordaintd. That every owner, losseo,
ksenpant sod tenant of any promises fronting la any
iti set. Uns, alley, or open court, shall on svery day
Sundays excepted) hare tho dirt, filth, garbage., or other
IBM, placed in front of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
tsap, and In readinoaa for the contractor, by ths hour of
wien o'clock, a. m., Irani tbs&ist day of May to the
int day or November la every year ; and by ths hoar ol
lino 0 clock, A kl., frcm the first day of Novombsr to
tos tint day of May following. And any person offend
pa herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, cr other
rail, in any street, Uns, or alloy, or open court,- after the
lours above named, shall bo subject to a Ado not lass
nan two nor more than firs dollars, for each and every
jtteoes, to be Imposed by ths Mayor.
Ey order W. U. SMITH,
May is Clerk of council.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS^
MOLASSES ! MOLASSES !
IA UII1M. KWKKT ClIIIv MOLASSES
y\f HOhbln. Svvicl Cuba Muliwt
For ?! bv ItONAFONT .V SALAS.
.Inly tri .1 No. Hh Cast llsy.
~ltOL?B ! HOPE !
>/\ HAI.K COILS RICHARDSON'S oree? IJSAf"
Mr rope. r*ur tola by
July 22 1_ ii. .'. a. p. caldwei.b.
HACON AND FLOUR.
I Q HUBS. IllDIIS ANI> <:. It.KIIII.S
LO !:? IkhhiiIh Chilien Strips
H barrelo Kxlrn Flour
Mi barrels Mldilliiue? I'lnnr
7S barrels I'lantnlliui Flour.
For sale bv K. Ac A. P. CALDWEI.b.
BACON, KLOIJ It AND PORK. 11
IIIllisS. ItlltlIRD ANDO. lt. SIDES
fiU r" I'blH. 1'i.rk Head*
230 bids. Flour, Family. Kttrs, Snj>er, ami Sell
Vor ?ni.' by WM. tlURNEY,
July 2-1 i| No. U? Kiuit llav.
1 ttCl SACKS ATliAKTA HILM new FLOUR,
1 \J\ ' jUHt receive . lay railroad ami tor sal.? bv
HTHBI.T HUOTIIIHS k CO.,
O. A. NKurTKli. Sale?inau. Nu 74 Maat llav.
July 2-2 '-2
NEW SOUTHKUN FLOUR.
SACKS o KO ltd IA FAMILY I.OUIt
_ co barrets (Jcorgta Family Klour.
For nalc by J. N. rodbon,
July 10 fini Kon. 1 tint ? Atlantic Wharf.
1>RIUE SMOKED BAflON. DAMN, PORK TIUM
MINOS, At., .Vc, at reduced prices. In quantities
lo suit purchaser*.
Apply to Mi KAV k 0 \MPUKI.L,
July II No. Elfi Meeting alrect._
CiAAA DtMBJSijIPIUMB WIIITK CORN.
A\)\J\F inn bushels Prime Yellow Corn.
For sale by T. TUPPEH * SONS.
.Inly M :l
TcOUNI OATS ! FLOUR!
onAA HbSIM'.l.s PRIME Will If. MII.I.INit
ijUUW COHN. In bulk iiii.l InuH
lino Imslinla Prime Yellow Corn
12011 bushels Prime OalH
inn barrels low-priced Flour
fto barrets Extra Hour
? bags MOW Flour.
II A V.
3ni balks PRIME K. R. HAY.
Landing sml in Flore. For sale by
.INO. CAMPSI N k CO.,
No. 11 Market street, nppsslts Stale street.
GBO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
UFFElC FOR S.M.I'. LOW, FOR CASH I
QftfaA SEAMLESS SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
OUUt/ 600 colls Hemp and Msullla Ropo
200 bales Ouimy and Dundco Batujiug
11100 kegs Nsiln, assorted sizes
300 bis h Coffee Sugar, A, B and C
200 bags ltlo CofTee
100 bhls Molasses and ?yrop
300 boxes AtlaiiiauUno Candles
200 kega Hszord's Powder
600 bugs Shot
2000 lb*. Lead
Copperas, ltlun Stone, Maddor, Indigo, Spiers, Ac.
July 10 wrin2mos
"THOMAS R. AGNEW,
mronTEn and murs rs
Fine tiroccrlcs, Cliolci Teas, I'.fi .. F.lo,
NOS. 2G0 snd 202 GREENWICH- T? COR. OF MURRAY,
MR. I* LORENTZ. OF THE CHEAP fiEOAR 8T0RE,
til thanking the public for tho Uborsl patronage
l>cstowod an blm. Informs his uuuicrous h-lcuils that Mr.
3. NDHDUAI SEN will In future havechargo of tho RE
1 Ail. DEPARTMENT, under tho msuagciiiout or Mr.
The rear of Ihn Store snd s bullillug In tho yard has
or tho present been arranged for JOUI1INO, and Is wi ll
lupptied with s full s look of every artlclo In tho Une.
laving the.aa.nc, of different celebrated brands of TO
1ACCO, and havlug connection? with tho most celebrated
nanuracturcrs, be in prepared to offer liberal inducements
o the trade every where. Orders solicited.
CORNER RRUABWAY AND17TII STREBT,
THE UNDER-tlONED WILL DE PLEASED TO SEE
his Southern friends. Tho oholccat HAVANA SE
t ARS, of sll the leading brands, with s goncral scsort
ueut of Smokers' Article, always on hand.
Jans 4 D. O?TOLENGUI. Agent.
WILLIAM II. GILLILAiiD & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 DAYNE STREET.
WILLIS & CI11S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
3 III PILING- AGENTS.
WILLA1TF.ND TO THE PCROHASE, SALE AND
sill i Ml.Ni' (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) o?
:OTTON. II I CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WUAliP, Charleston. H. C.
ivniTE mmm springs,
CATAWDA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
TiiiE PRorRiirrons OF THIS cet,ebrated
L WATI'ltINO PLACE, having gono to groat cxpsnso
lore tho last seosou. In chsnglug tho position of aud re
airing the COTTAOBK, Rrsdlng tho Walks and crooUag
iew Dulldinga, tOKoUinr with many otlior lmprnvuuicuts,
nil open THE SPRINGS for tho reception ot visitors 00
Satiirdav, Juno 1st, 18G7.
Being el tooted In the northwestern part of tho State,
n a country romsrksblo for its beantty and hoslthful
lets, these, together with tho virtuesol tho Waters, L?tke
t one of tho most deslraslo WATER LNO PL, AC EH la tbo
riiE MINERAL WATERS
)f THE SPRINGS are tho White, snd Blao Sulpbar, snd
Thslybcste, snd thoy possess sll tV finest qusllties of
h one wsters, and are sovereign romodlos for all diseases
if the LIVER, BOWELS. STOMACH and KIDNEVri.
THE SPRINGS are aeocsnlbto by sny of tho reads lotd
ng to Salisbury, K. C, snd st that point tho Wettom
,'orth Carolina Util rood will convoy visitors to Hickory
ItaUon, st which pltco convoysncos ire slsrsys In sttsnd
iDce to tako thorn to THE HP1UNGS.
Dr. WHITE of tho Medical College of VirglDls, will bo
it THE SPRINGS tho entire Resson, sod InrsUds msy
ely upon good attention.
Having again secured tbo services of Mrs. WRENN,
ud in ado smplo arrangtroeols for keeping a oood
TABLE, snd the best Winoa, LtquorB and Began, and
iQTlng engaged Smith's Band for .hs Scaion, wo saioly
iromijo to sll every convenience, for plots ore, comfort
ii.d omusomont that may ba dot trod.
lOARD PER MONTH.?GO 041
IOARD PER WE Kit. 18 Oil
1UARO PER DAY. ??1
Chlldacn ander 7 yrmrs of age and Ser
um. llsUf Prlre.
J. GOLDEN WTATT & CO.,
There comctb glad tidiaajs of joy to all,
To young snd to old, to gl est snd to until ;
The bosnty which onco was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all may be fair.
I y the ose of
For Improving and BeauUfrlog tho Complexion,
Tho moat valusblo and porfoot preporttion In use, for
lvtng tho skin a beautiful pearbllke tint, that is only
laud In youth. It quickly removes Ton, Freckles, Pint
les, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Ssl.owneu. Eruption?,
nd all Impurities of the skin, kindly hesllng the unit
iSTlng tiio skin white and clear as alabaster. Its use
aonot be delected by the closest suruUoy, snd being a
egetsbla prepsraUon Is perfectly htrmleas. It Is the
nly artlclo of the kind used by the French, and la eoc
Idrred by the Parisisn at indispensable to a perfect
)lleL Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during tho
ut year, a sufficient guarantee of Its eflVcavor.^Prlce
oly 76 conta. Sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt ol ica
rder, by _
BERGER, SirOTTM k CO., Cbomlals,
38S River St., Troy, N. Y.
E A U T Y.? Anburn,
(leiden, Flaxen, and
bllkeu CURLS produced by
tbo use of Profeator Dr
BREUX'S V RI U K R le
CHEVEUX. One sppUctv
Uon warranted to call the
m os t a trol.i Ii t and stubbarn .
t1 "of either sex Into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
%.. . . Has been used by the itshlonsbles of Pails snd
ondon, with the most graUrylng results. Does no lo
rry to the hoir. Price by moll, scaled snd postpaid, tl.
feoctlpUvo circulars moiled free. Address HERO ER,
H?TTS a CO., Chemists. No. 388 River street, Troy, N.
'., Sole Agents for the United Hit tes,
Idareh ?0 1*