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Lo DIB NAPOLEON paid MOOO for tv pair of piatola
in tho Exposition.
It ia atatod that tho testimony ou impoachmont
has already coat 130,OOO.
Chief J IIB t i ti Chaeo ?B taking hia "m on, inga" ot
Genoral POBFTBIA DIAZ has boon appointed Com
mandor-ln-Chlof of tho armies of tho Itopublio of
A man at Newport dispatched a mcssago to
Alexandria, Egypt, a distance of about 7000 miloa,
tho other day, and in tu en ty- ll ve boure had a reply.
A Now Orleans editor says ho oonntod 173 alliga?
tors iu a sail of alx milos along a bayou. Tho Hon?
ton Poll thinks thia a strong allegation.
H. O. HEBBICX, Esq., of Anderson, has boon ap?
pointed Aaaosaor of Internal Revcuuo for tho third
district of South Carolina, to Hil thu vacancy oc?
casioned by tho doath of Mr. VAM WICK, Eaq.
Tho aalmon and salmon trout aro dying in con?
siderable number? in tho EngLlnh and Scotch
river?, and especially in tho Solway. A Scotch
paper attributoa tho causo to tho boat of tho aun
-t. e., tho flab aro dying of sun stroke
Tho Waehoolts becamo much altachod to tho
Ber. A. B. EASLS, tho re vi vd preacher; and a brick
of silver worth ?700 to (800 was gi von to him. Mr.
KABLE soon comos baok east, but prenti h eu to ro?
tara to tho Pacific Slates ?for another campaign
against sin noxt winter.
A French chemist, having pro ved hy a practical
teat that frosh milk can bo kupt sweet and good
for almost any given period, has received a prizo
of flfleon hundred francs from tho French Acadomy
of Boionces. Hereafter dairy women can kcop milk
Bvtoot aa long as they ploaao, "in epito of thun?
der." '. .
An oxchango, calling tho King of Egypt "Pacha,"
M if we should call Vi oro ai a the Princess of
Wales, says bo dooa not look Uko an African, hia
oomploxion not hoing darker than that of average
Southern Italians. Not very anrpriaing for a
grandson of MBOKXET AU, a Macedonian, with
probably a anccoBsion of Circassian ancestresses.
It is oxpocted that Hon. H. L. OBIOSBT, of Nor?
folk, the oldest living contemporary of JKFTEBBOK,
who was a classmate at William and Mary Col
logo with JEFYBBBOII when Virginia was a colony
under the llritish Crown, and who was a member
of tho Convention of 177G, will bo ono of tho
ape ak ora on tho occasion of tho erect iou of tho
JZFFEBSON statuo at CharlotUviUo, Virginia, Octo?
Tho Directora of tho A. & N. O. It, rt. wore in
session last week at Newborn, N. O. Several im?
portant changes bare boon irado. Tho o01 co of
Superintendent of Transportation, and that of
Bridges havo boon abolished. Two froight trains
per week take tho place of three. Tho salaries of
all tho ouleiola, oxcopt thoso fixed by the Stock?
holders, have boon reduced about 20 por contara ;
and tho number of conductors has bcon reduced
Tho Haleigh Progresa says that the burnt build?
ings of tho North Stato Iron and Brass Works aro
to be speedily leplacad with moro substantial
structures, and workmen-although forty-eight
hoare have not olapaod sinco their destruction-aro
i now engaged in rearing tho pilo. Tho now foun?
dry and moo hine shops will be of brick, with tin
roof and shoot Iron shutters. Indeed, thoy will bo
aa near flro-proof aa it ia poeeiblo to make thom,
unless built entirely of stone or iron.
Bister FAKHT J UMHIN died at St. Joseph's Sister?
hood, near Emmetlaburg, Maryland, recently, in
ber 85th year. Sho was ono^F the original band
with Mrs. SEATON at the organization of tho ordor
in tilla ooma try, and tho last nnrvi vor of tho found
'*- era. Ton years ago hor aomi-contonnial anniver?
sary AS a Sinter of Charity waa celebrated, being
the first instanoo of one who had boon a member
-. of tho community. Sho has boon Superior Ser?
vant of the Orphan Asylums in Baltimore, Fhila
i dolphin, Cincinnati, Wilmington (Del.) and other
A lotter from Paris aaya: "Tho mixture of East?
ern nationalities hore Just now is striking. I
should think every 'canto' waa represented. No
Boomer do yon got rid of a Turk than you meet a
Parisian; pass him and yon oomo to an Egyptian;
a Siamesa twin or two next moot yon; and; finally,
a fine and rory black Nubian. Heirs to thrones
aro so common that we do not tako any notice ol
them; and so impatient ia Paris that I regret to
cay that people are beginning to complain becanao
there ar? no Emperors or Kings here-only one
little Viceroy and a couplo of royal Prinoosl"
Tl'" Pa/lifi" Hnilmul viii nitrato In OT 1" ;... I a
the Buffalo aa well aa the Indian. The immense
b?llalo trails that sweep northward from Mexico to
ibo British poa sessions In countless numbera, aa
tho grasa begins to grow, and southward when it
begin? to fall, will bo broken np by tho railroad
and Ita constantly moving trains. Tho buffalo, like
the Indian, has been, from tho first aottlomont of
the Western co on try, steadily retreating before
the advane s of the white man, and, like tho red
akin, must Boon disappear from tho face of tho
great domain over which he once roamed at will
and in freedom.
The now Prussian Q aid te publishes intelligence
from Paris, according to which the international
Monetary Conference has agreed lo the following
principles: The standard currency ia to bo gold;
tho smallest gold ooin ia to be a five fran o piece,
all othor gold ploces to be a m?ltiplo ot flyo, tho
mon otary uniformity to bo based npon tho French
standard silver ooin only to serre for change; the
ooin of each State to pass current in tho other
Stater. The Swabian Mercury states that the
news of tho Emperor MAXTJITLIAH'S death, at the
Munich Railway Station, produced a terrible effect
tm'the Emperor of Austria. His Majesty'was
econ to weep bitterly.
The annual regatta between tho boat crows of
Tole and Harvard Colleges occurred on the 10th,
at Wo roos ter, Maasaobusetta, and excited tho most
intenso interest on the part of thou nan tl ? who wit?
nessed it. Tho sport was begun by WALTE?
Buoww, tho champion boatman ?of tho United
States, who rowed a raoo against time. He pulled
three miles in twenty-three minutes, although
breaking ono of hi? oars. A sculling race follow?
ed, and then the Freshmen of Yale and Harvard
palled the first collego raoo, tho formor being the
winnora, in tho timo of 10 ruin?tes and 88? seconds.
The University race was won by tho Harvard crow
in the unprecedented timo, for this country, of IB
minutes and 1?| seconds. Tho Yale timo waa 10
min?tes and 2.1J seconds.
The Louisvillo Courier says: "Our fellow-citizen,
Gen. L. H. ROUSSBAU, passed through Lo ula villo re?
cently, en route for his command on the Pacific
coast. His district now embraces tho State of
Oregon and tho Territorios of Washington and
Idaho, and may soon. iuoludo the vast region ra?
cen tty purohased of Russia by the United Slates.
Indeed, we understand Oon. RonssxAO has boen
named aa commissioner to formally accept our
Haitian parchase. Ho will meet tho' Russian
Commited on m- at Hi titi,, and then, tn behalf of tho
TJnitad States, formally accept .tho territory. Ho
goes first to New Orleans to take leave of bia
family-, and will tironeo go di root to Bilka or Now
Archangel, to moot the Ilaselan Commissioner,
DOW or? bia way to thia country. Tho route i ak on
will probably be across tho Isthmus to San Fran?
cisco, and thenco np tho PaoiQo ooast to Sltkt."
The annual necrology of Harvard' Collego for
1866-67 has Just been pnbliohed. It includes Rhett
biographies of forty-eoven gradu?tes, who died
daring tho last oollegiato year, and of four who
died in previous years, but of whom no account
boa koretoforo be on printod. Tho statlolios of the
list ahow thai tho theory that college gradu?tes
lire longer, on an arerago, than other peoplo has
mach plausibility. Tito explanation usually given
la thai tho majority of collego od noa tod mon bo?
long io tho great middlo class, wbioh avoids the
dissipations of the rich, in tho ono hand, and os
eapes the hardships of iJt rory poor on tho other.
Of tbs gr ad tia toa in tho present record, two had
nearly roached tho ago of eighty-oighl; one waa
eighty-four; one o i gb ty-th roo; on? eighty; one
seventy-six; nine were between seventy and sov
anty-flvoj nine between sixty and seventy-five, and
fire between fifty and sixty, making a total bf
twenty-nine ont of forty-seven wbo had exceeded
a balf eentnry,of existence.
Tan GaLYanro* (Texaa) Civilian, ot tho 12th,
?ays: Many old dlissns of Galveston will r am tm
tier an adventurer who call nd himself NXPHIOI,
and claimed to ba a H ung arian oxilo, Tho figured
hero about ibo time or the popular rage for K os?
ants and the Hungarian patriota. He went from
Galveston to Baa trop, and waa playing tho aamo
role there, wtfen learning that nemo of the real
exiles with whom ho bad claimed acquaintance
wen abont to arrive, he took Free ch ka ve and
tamad np In the City of Mexioo,.wbioh ho pro
posed to ll imnin ate with gas, baring a peculiar
faculty tor prodnolng that article. He waa a Can.- -
?Han druggist. We soo hy tho oojounta from
Washington that "Dr. Naraioia, from Staten
Island, HANTA AHM A'S agoni there, haa boen before
tba BUte Department, respecting SANTA Ainu's
abduction." The Telegraph aaya "whatever may
beNA?HtOTm's'object,ha seems tobare enlisted
many Irflorntlal men." We BU?poot thai this ia
oar obi friend, of Hungarian pretensions, still
(speraUiH npon bl? impudence and wit?. Oify.
:^WM i" ? . -.''ii ?;.\'-'; *??!'.;;;.;
MACK, orniK Cincinnati Ommtretal, ls "heavy"
on ono of tho Radical brethren after tho following
faahiou : Philosophers bavo in all ices boon piiz
a'cd io account for tho remarkable changes thai;
bavo takon placo in mona'minda and opinions ott
great ami important questions. Every now mid
thou nineo BAUL wan tripped up on bis wa; tp
Damascus, a caso of sudden conversion in religion
or politics has startled tho world and staggered
Ibo theory that convictions aro bom with babies.
Tho prosont Congross affords many illustrations of
this character. Ono of tho most Insaliato Radicals
In tho Ilouao is a member from Illinois. A little
over a year ago bo waa, as bo bsd boen all bis lifo,
a consorvutivo person. Ho was tho first mau iv
imploro tho l'rosidont to roto Ibo Freedman's Bu?
reau Dill. Ho called twko at thu White IIouso
for that pnrposo, and hoing taken sick before
tho voto was written, sent a mosssgo front bis
Bick bod at Willard's, repeating his solicitude: in
thia important mailor. Boon after thu-, this
samo worthy statosman becamo Ibo attorney
in a cotton claim amounting lo ?90,000. (Ho
waa not tbon a member of Congress, but bo
bad boon ono before, and is now.) Ho bad a fco
of WO,OOO in tho matter, Ho called on tho Frosi
donl at loaat twouly timos lo got the claim allowed.
The Pr es, dont examined the nm t ter sud concluded
that bo bad no right to intorforo in it. It must bo
settled by tho Secretary of tbs Treasury, and if bo
said tho demand ought to bo paid, woll and good.
Tho consol vati ve gentleman got mad at Ibis, and
tho result of his distemper was a chango of bis
political eon violions. Ho boc arno a Radical. He
wont further. A Prcsidont, thought bo, who wont
lot mo mako $30,000 ls not flt to bold oflico in this
great republic, and henceforth I am for impeach?
ment. And impeachment bas boon Ibo burthen of
bia song over sinco. Kow this wooli appear lo bo
a fair subject for Ibo Judiciary Oommittoo to in?
quire into. It comes legitimstely within tho con?
er al scope of tho charge Hist tho President stands
la the way of reconstruction, and ought to bo re?
moved as an obstado. Ho certainly waa an obsta?
do to this $30,000 foo, and to prevent a loyal man
from pockoting $30,000 is a gravo offense.
Tax BJLAX, conntspoNDEKT also communicates
Ibo following about Congressional Mundora: "Two
days aftor tho Reconstruction Bill bad boon aont
to tho Prcsidont, it was discovered that Ibero was
an error in tho onrollmont, and a resolution'had to
bo panned requesting tho President to return it lo
tho HOUSO, that it might bo correctly enrolled.
This bas boen spoken of aa a 'dorical error.' Bo il
was, but tho responsibility for it lios with a com?
mittee of tho non ie, and not with any dork. It
?B tho duty of tbo Committeo on Enrolled Bills to
examino ovory bill o are ful ly, aftor its enrollment,
comparo it with tho original, and soo that Ibero
aro no orrors in it. At tbo last session of Con
gross an important bill was lost by ibo stupidity of
a Senator. During lbs last hoars of tho sosaion,
after a long strngglo, wbiob bad boon ronewed
at intervals for a year, a bill was paaaod authoriz?
ing tho paymoDt of bounty lo the Missouri
militia, winch bsd boon called out by authority of
United BtateB office-T. It was considered quito a
big triumph for tbo Missouri delegation. Two
daya aftor tho adjournment, Senator Ross, of Kan?
sas, Chairman of tho Sonate Committeo on En?
rolled Billa, discovered this measure lying in bis
desk unsigned by tho President. Ho bad forgotten
to present it to tho Executive Ho immediately ran
to the White Horm o with lt, but tho Prcsidont just?
ly oonclndod that bo had no tight to sign a bill
two days after tbo adjournment of Congress-so
tho Missouri Militia do not got their bounty. Il
ls a groat pity that a Bindiar fate did not befall tho
general Bounty Bill of last summer-bat aliU that
is no oxcuso for Senator Ross. The two ciroum
stanoos mentioned in this paragraph are fair apod
mona of Congressional' blundering. Tho only
wonder is that tbo country is not moro frequently
inconvenienced by by it.
Tux PACT?TO MXSIOAX and Surgical Journal
(pioles "an intelligent writer,' without munn, for
Ute following description of tbo inordinate nao of
tobacco by "tho inhabitants of a section of coon
try in ono of tho Atlantic States," and tho penalty
paid in consequence in tho physical deterioration
of both sexes. "Tho complexion of tboso peo?
ple," saya the writer, "ia noticeable, and Sug?
gests many ?orminos. If you Bay that balf tho
mon and nearly alt the women are very pale, yon
strike at the notion, bat fail fairly to blt it. Their
' whiteness of skin is simply tho whiteness of
ordinary tallow, ll is ssllowness with a sugges?
tion of clayeyneas. Tho akin soo ms utterly with?
out vitality, and beyond tho action of any
restorative stimulants ; it baa a pitifnl and repa]?
eire death-like anpearanoe. The amount of to?
b?ceo oona amad by tboso poo pi o ia beyond aU cal?
culation. I hardly exaggerate in saying that at
least aevon-tentba of air persons above the ago of
twelvo years nae it in aomo form. Nearly every
man and boy smokes or chews, and many of thom
do both, while the countrywomen chow and smoko
to aomo extent, and women of most classes " dip."
To seo a mian take a quid from bia month and put
it in his hat for futuro uso, whon ho goos to break?
fast, la by no moana uncommon. I bare oven seen
men lay it under tho odgo of their plate at dinnor
for safe keeping; and ono of the loading dologates
In thc Hiato Convention bdd an immense quid be?
tween tho finger and thumb of tba hand with
which be gesticulated abundantly during a ton
minutos' s pe ooh." Ono must fool curious to know
ta what section of country this smoky picture ap
pUoa. It ls certainly anything but inviting or
encouraging on tho Booro of eitbor health or good
How MAKT INDIAN waniora it tokos to make a
great war, and how much it costa per hoad to
fight thom, may bo calculated from Ooaxmisaioner
TAXXUR'S estimate of the tribes now involved in
tbs war. These aro the Northorn Ohoyonnoa and
Arapahoes, 800 warriors; tho Minnoooujon band
of tho Tetan Sioux, SOO ; thoso of tho O'Gallala
band of Sioux, who would not oousent tc codo ' the
right of way for tbo Montana road cia Powder
river, and tba tight to plant military poets in
their territory, 350 ; thoso of tho Bruie. band of
Sioux, who ooincided with tho O'GaUaH'e, 300;
those of the Two Kettle band who took the eamo
views, 900 ; making 1600 to 1600 waniora. Tboso
aro the Indiana who massacred tho Phil.
Kearney detaobment, sud who bayo carried on
tba war in the North. In the South are the
Choy0111108 and Arapahoes whom HAXOOOW. alined
ap by buming their vi ll ige, while the Shivington
massacre of their women and children and old
men waa atlD frc ah, who number about 600 war?
riors. In all, from 3100 to 3300. On those wo
spent 40 millions last year, and probably ten Uvea
to every ono we took. And yet wo did not protend
to make a vigorous campaign. For these alono
an army of 40,000 men la needed. And these aro
not moro than an eighth part of tho wholo num?
ber which we propose to exterminate. It is easy
to aeo that wo can botter afford to buy ovary
Indian at bia weight In gold than to push thia- ox
term mating pulley.
Tua VioKsnona Tiaras, of the 16th, chronicles
the death of Judge Y ano sn, on the 11th last. The
family of Judge TKBOBX was a Maryland familr,
and resided near H?gers town, in that State. About
a year prior to his birth, his parents romovod from
Maryland to Pennsylvania, and In the town ol
Greensboro', Westmoreland county, on tbo9th day
January, 1810, the subject of thia notlco waa born.
Whon ho waa about Uro years of ago, tho parent s
of Judge Y IBU ru removed to Middle Tonnessoo,
where, he grew up to manhood, and received his
collogtsto and professional odooatlon. Upon the
, completion of his profession yoting YxBoxnde
I terminad to seek a borne, and carro ont bia for?
tunes In the thon new and promising State of Mis?
sissippi. By thoso who remember what tho bar of
our S ta to was thirty years ago, when ita great
lights, PBXNTISS, Boro, arnon, MOMDBBAM,' Wrx
CIIESTKB, HOLT, and a heat of others scarcely in?
ferior, wore blaring In their noon-tide splendor,
tbo eonrage, vim and determination of tho yoong
ad voca to may be appreciated. Feeling bia own
powers, Mr. YEBOKB oatabliihed himself in thin
dty, and soon made hi mao If a man of acknowledged
mark In tho brilliant and Intellootoal cl rolo lp
which he took bia position as a recognised poor.
Judge Y an o a? died In the 58 th year of bia age, and
left a devoted wife and several children to mourn
their Irreparable loss. ' !
Wa onsxBVB THAT the private papers of MAU?
MU J AK are reported to havo fallen into' the ; banda
of tba Duo D'Auma!', in London, and will soon be
published. They will throw a flood of light upon
tho aeerot history of tho intervention, and will, we
fancy, place tho great wiro-pullor, Louie NaTtV
l*OM, Ina most embarrassing portion. Already
bo ls defending him jotf through th? Parla Jon r
nkfa for the wholesale mordor whioh ho b is caused
by his Mexican expedition and bia attempt to
transfer European authority to this c<m Un ont. If
Uro aeerot history of his tnaehlriaUons he di tolos ed
lo th? Mexican affair it will intensify tho Indigna?
tion which I? felt against bim for his betrayal and
desertion of tho onfoTtontte MamnMAw. In ad?
dition to tho papera above menUoned il appears
that wo are to bave a defence of the shooting of
MAXIMTLIAN from the pons of so mo of tho ablest
of tho Mox'can staUvrmon. These aro doo nm e nts
I which cannot fail to be of value, and we look for
I them wlib ooniidor?We internt,
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ters remaining in the Pottojfice at the end
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section of the Neto Pottojfice Law, at thc
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the Oily oj Charleston:
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ter* remaining uncalled for lu any Post?nico lu any city,
town or village, where, a nowspepcr nhill be printed,
ahall hereafter bo published once only In tho newspaper
whlob, being publlahcd weekly or oftener, shsll have tho
largest circulation within rango of delivery of the said
of Ali communications intended tor publication tn
this Journal must bc addresscil to (/ic Jtttior of the
Haily News, No. 18 I/aune-slrcct, Cliarieslon, S. Ct
llusincss Communications '.o 1'ubiteJter of Daily
HVKYIMUO? undcrfaJtc lo ro'.vrn rejected communica?
Advertisements outsitie of tho city must bo accompa?
nied with thc cash.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1867.
Jon WOBK.-We havo now completed our
ornoo BO as to oxecuto, in tho shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOH WORK, and we
most respectfully nsk tho patronage of our
-.TUB C ll A II LES TON DAILY NEWS AND
TUB HON. H. HILL."
In our iiouo of Monday wo in ad o a few re?
marks on a series of papers, hy tho Hon. R.
ll. HILL, "Notes on tho situation," und stated
that tho promise, upon which bis cnliro argu?
ment is based, is not admitted,'and that in as?
suming thal the Southern Slates had never left
Ibo Union, and ware, therefore, now ns much
as over in tho possession of their rights unil^r,
and entitled to the protection of, thc Constilu
llon, Mr. HILL was begging tho wholo ques?
tion. Thc Charleston Mercury lakes issue with
us on this poinl; and by way of proving Ibo
contrary of our assertion, quotes tho languago
of the President, in his volo message, which,
however, it will havo found in our issuo ol
yesterday morning, wo consider as no bolter
authority than thc ipst iixlt of Mr. R. H. HILL.
We did not discuss tho abstract right of thc
ono opinion or tho other; nor did wc enter into
tho merits of the question, regarding our pres?
ent status,-whether wo aro in tho Union oi
out of tho Union. Wo only contended that in
tho opinion of thc pcoplo of thc North wo are
not now Stales of the Union, nor entitled ta
the rights, privileges and immunities guaran?
teed by the Constitution to oitixens of bona fidi
States in tho Union. President JOHNSON, WC
soarooly need say, is not accepted by th?
North as tho accredited exponent of its opin?
ions and views of the public polioy, and least
af all in tho mailor of tho reconstruction of thc
Soulhorn Slates. In bis Toto messages bo ar?
gues as wide of tho mark, and as obstinately
refuses lo recognize thc inexorable logio ol
facts, as doo? Mr. H. II. HILL in his "Notes on
tho Situation," and in the Tory long and angry
speech ho made last week in Atlanta.
To quote Mr. JOHNSON'S volo message in sup?
port of the correctness of Mr. HILL'S positions
ls neither more nor less than arguing in a cir?
cle. Tho samo objection bolds good against
the ono and against ibo other. They have
both sworn fealty to the ghost of the past, and
so entirely are they possessed of this spirit
[not they only, but all those who think with
them,] that they aro blind to tho signs of tb?
limes. They persistently refuse to recognixc
tho fact that the world moves, and that thc
Constitution of to-day, the living soul of the gov?
ernment, bas altered in aomo essential particu?
lars (in spirit muob moro Iban in tbs letter]
from Ibo document aa known to our post-revo?
That tho Mercury IB mistaken in thinking
mat wo dla Air. HILL injustice, ana that Mr.
JOHNSON'S view is to be accopted as the opin?
ion of thc North, will appear upon rcforencc
to the debate which took plaoe in Congress ur
Friday last upon tho quostion of tho passngo ol
the second Supplementary Reconstruction Rill
over tho President's veto, published in Tm
NEWS of yesterday. We have no desiro to bc
identified with tho views advanced then ant!
there by Messrs. IivTLsn, ROUTWBLL, STRVBNS,
WILLIAMS and others. Rot as a question ol
fact wc would remind tho Mercury thal Mr,
STEVENS and Mr, BUTLER Ibis day stand highoi
in Northern favor, and appear with greater and
more recent authority to represent the opin?
ions of the people than docs President JOHN?
SON. Mr. STEVENS bas been uniformly con?
sistent in his course and opinions. Ho bas beor
an uncompromising Radical from thc very be?
ginning, and probably the only man in thc
House who, in fierce and unmitigated hostility
to us and our cause, has from first to last pur?
sued a consistent coui.se. The majority ir
Congress aro now adopting his views in ordei
to cover up, we presume, tho inconsistency ol
their acts of legislation.
Mr. RUTLBR answers the President's charge
of inconsistently, quoted in the Mercury of yes.
tortlay, and confutes his positions seriatim. He
I desiro to call attention to ono or twe
of tbe assortions In tho meessge. I do il
not because tboy aro new, bot beca uso novel
hero m thia plaoo, so far SB I know, havo they boor
made. Ibo Hrat assertion ia that wo, as moruben
ofCoagrosa, havo doalarod thuso Slate Govern
monta illegal with oas breath, while with tho otbei
wo have auataln?d them: and ho inatancoa vari?
ous occasion* whore wo havo called them Staler
for matters of legislation, and annies that we have
ratified their existence aa States by Bonding thc
constitutional amendment to be ratified by thom,
I P**7 judgment of th's Honso. Show ms an]
law or -any Beadon of any Law anywhore whore
Congress has sent any one of tho conatltutiona
amendment to bo' ratified by one of these o ta toa.
Wo havo aent thom to bo ratified by the country
and his Secretary of State, taking sdvantago of hie
construction, baa eont the constitutional provision
in roforonco to tho abolition of alsvory to tho so
callod States eroetod by Executive order and by no
othor power whatever. -
Again, ho says that wo havo provided for, and
tba Senate bas confirmed, tho appointment ol
Judges for thoao States. I again taitu laaue on the
fact. Wo have provided for judges and district at?
torneys of the United States in certain did trio ta
berotoforo declared oy law, and not for any Stat?
judges whatoror. Oar legislation has boon foi
, Uullod Slates soldiers- and Cot for btato officers.
Again, we are told in tho same message that thc
Snpromo Court of tho United States has recog?
nized tbeso States aa States by assigning thou
circuits oed nalng their boundaries aa convenient
designations. I dony again tho fact. Tho Supreme
Court ha B nnwhoro given any opinion or direction
on tho subject, and that doctrino cannot be found
in its action in any docroo. Again, it ia said that
tho Snpromo Court hos recognized thoao States
from the fact that cc urta havo been hold there,
instancing tho fact that tho Chief Jusiico bas held
a Court in tho State of North Carolina. To thal 1
answer-. Ha hold a Court in the Judicial district
of tho United States, a territorial district of the
United B La toa aasignod to him nndor law without
any reference to the question wh other the 8 ts to cd
North Carolina waa in existen ce or not; andi!
would havo boon equally hi* duty to havo hold
that Court within the State, if North Carolina had
existonoo or not. He held tho Court in despite of,
and not in subjection to, any ' mippouod State law;
and among the first opinions hs promulgated was
ono whlob showed he by no moans recognized tho
S ta to of North' Carolina except ab' a Stats that had
boon "hi rebellion ard was not yet bronght back
Into ibo Union. Nor has there been any r?cogni?
tion of them by tho Bnprr'mo Court, beean*o ol
that Court having allowed to be placed on its
docket oases brought from tho varions District
and Circuit Courts. These Courts had, nndor tho
laws of tho United States, rendered oortain Judg?
ments whioh woro to be reviewed on appeal in tho
Baprome Coori of tho United 3 La tc?, and no whore
bsa there arisen any placo to adjudicate whether
those States woro in oxiatenoo or not, until th?
Btalo of Mississippi undertook to bring in a Rill in
oqntty against the high United States officers.
And theronpon tho Snpromo Court of tho United
States mudd a formal adjudication that the State
of Mississippi, Ss S BLat: of the Union, bad na
standing in tho Supremo Court of tho United
States. So far from sustaining the doo trinos ol
this message, it waa directly and entirely opposed
As wo said above, wa do not express Hr.
BOTLBB'S view, and only quote it lo show oui
readers ?nd the Mercury that Mr. JOHNSON can
bo and is fully met by one of tho moil promi?
nent exponents of Northern publia opinion.
.In another part of our'paper this morning
will be found strictures upon Mr. HILL'S ut?
terances, copied from Georgia papen, ons rep?
resenting his own party, and another ocoupy
inp tho s??* ?Uttd-polnt M f ?rsslros.
v ; ...'..'.?M?.'.- - . ... . :'.>i;i:,*'-.'-.,'.'vv.-c..
WANTED, A COI.(MIK I) DIAN COOK, ALSO
a Hoy aa UOUsE SERVANT. Applv ai Nu. a 1 I
WENTWORTH STUEET, weat of Military Uall.
July 2?_ _I*
"IirANTED. A MALE SEIIVANT (COLORED)
Tl to ( ( 'OK for a family of IwrWo. Mu I oe wolt
recommended. Apply at No. 00 ST. PU I LU' STREET.
July 24 1
17IOR SALE. ONE MILL'S ATLAS COM.
J PLETE. AdJrcaaW. at thia omeo. 1? July 23
FOIl SALE, A MILCH COW, WITH A
young Calf two wee a old. App y at No. 270 M?1.T
NO STREET, Eaal aide, 3 doora North of Woolf . treol.
I7IOR 8ALE..-A HANDSOME ROSEWOOD
1 PIANO, alz and a had Octave, luozccllcnt condition,
can bo seen at tlio King Mansion, comer Oooruo am)
MuoUng etroola. tn? J July 112
I~ .toil "MALE, (I FIRST CLASH BILLIARD
J TAULES, KAVANAGH Ac DECKER'S make, at the
Adgcr building Hilliard Uall, comer of King and Market
IpOIl SALE, A CATHI Y ALL, WITH TWO
' Scat*, polo and abaft AK a sot of doublo ami
elnglo HARNESS, all In good order. Cau bo aocu and
bargained for cash or a timo note al thirty days, at No.
.Jl Lynch elrcct May 17
rpo KENT, A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, SIT
X UATED on tho north aldo or Warren 8.rcot, uczl to
the icatdonconf L. C. Clifford, Esq., In a pleasant and
health} neighborhood, lt coaUlns eight square rooms,
with doubla Piazza In front, Cistern, and requisite out?
buildings. Possession glvon on nth August nest. Terms
moderato. Aoply to MREWSl'EH k SPRATT.
July 2? ' tnthe_No. 08 Broad atro?t.
TO IIBNT, THAT DESIRABLE RES I.
DENCE, No. ll KINO STREET, with all tho n-ccs
sary outbuildings, cistern, kr. Inquire st No. 9, SOUTH
SIDE OE TUE ABOVE._wfm_Juno 4
mo RENT, TWO FRONT ROOMS, TO
I gcthcr with kitchen accommodations. To desirable
Serum is tho rent will bo moderato. For further partlcu
.rn spply at this OQicc. July lu
TO RENT-THE TWO AND A HALF STORY
BRICK RESIDENCE, cumcr Society and Meeting
I streets, having cistern and Btableo on tho premises, and
good accomiuodaUuua for servants. Ront low. Apply
> H. HART, Sr., No. 333 King street July u
BOARD AND LODGING CAN HE OBTAIN?
ED by a Bingle gonUoman, at reasonable ratos, In
! a pr?vala leanly rasliUng In a pleasant portion of tue
j city. Apply at this olll.o. wfl July 24
BOARDING-THItkK PLEASANT UOO.MS
wlUa good BOARD csn bo had on Immediate noell
; callen to No. SO CHURCH HTHEET, west side, near
I Trad tl etreet. Terms reasonable. Juno 12
BOARDING.-A SPACIOUS SOUTHWEST.
ERN Room with wator ouuvoniouco, told Dressing
Room attached, opening on Southwestern Piazza, can bc
obtained with Uuard ou rcaaouablu terms at tba Kinn
Mansion, corner Ocorgo and Meeting air?ela.
July 22 _ruw2
FURNISHED ROOMS.-A PEW GENTLE?
MEN can bo accommodated with lino apartment;
at No. 9 OEOIIOE STREET. For particulars address P.
1 H. KEPLER, Nu. 10 Broad alrect 4 July 33
MXCELL1SNT BOARD, AT~VBRY LOW
111 rates, In tho mosl contrai bualuoss part oflhodtv,
without lodguag, tn a pr?valo house, can now bo bsd
For particulars address "X. L," Post?nico. May lo
fTTHE FIRM OF WU I Ll) EN A BROWN IS HEREB1
J dissolved by mutual consent. Either of un, for tin
present, can be lound at No. ll Hayna street.
WILLIAM O. WHILDEN.
GEO. H. BROWN.
Charleston, Jnly 19th, 1607.
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN Ac CO.
"?17ILL CONTINUE THE WHOLESALE 0R00EERY
( YT CHrNAANDGLAS8BU8INEa3etNo.il Harm
I a treat_fw4_Joly 19
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTINC
under tho usmn nf it. ARNOLD A CO., wss dlzo.ver
by lbj own HmltaUon, on the 1st of April last The bust
ness will bo continued by the subscriber st tho Ok'
Stand, No. 210 Meeting street whom Mr. A. E. GAD?
DEN can bo found ready to atlood ta the customers o
tho osUbllsmQnt it. ARNOLD.
July 1st 1WL No. 210 MeeUng strcot.
July 1 Imo
INSTRUCTION IN Flt EVI' 11,
MRS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON
nut daring Uis past Oftcon j cars a resides! lr
turo po, ls do? ITO us of giving instruction In tho Fronet
I Language, elinor at her own residence or at Ibo hound
of ber pupils.
Ioqulro at Mrs. FINNEY'S, No. 100 King strcol.
FU RNITU R E ETC
FURNITURE IND VNDBRTIKINC
THE SUBSCRIBER ANNOUNCES THAT HE IIA?
connected, as kcretoloro. tho
tn Ul lu p..t,, with Ou, FURNITURE, so that ba ls pm
pared to lu ml? h ru?arais complote, and to give persona
attention in the moat delicate, respoolablo and aa Un fae to
ry manner. Ho ls ?tao prepared to remove bodies to an;
distance free of smell siul decay.
FISK'S MET ALIC CASES, and all kinda of COFFINS
always on hand un tho moat reasonable tarma.
Bou th west eornor Wentworth and Moating streets.
Or al No. 0 COLLEGE a HIELT', at night and Mundays
Jane 28 Imwlmo
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by tho ase of DR. JOINYTLLE'B ELIXIR yoi
, can be cared permanently, and at a trilling cost
The astonishing saconas which has attended thia tn
valuable medicino for Physical and Nervous Weakness
General Debility and Prostration, Losa ol Muscular Ec
orgy, Impotency, or any of the cons?quences of youthfu
indlscreilon, rond?n lt tho moat valuable preparaaoj
It wUl remove all nerrons affoo?ona, depression, ex
cl Lemont Incapacity to study or business, loss of memo
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fear, of ia
sanity, kc It wUl reatara tho appotlto, renew the healll
o? th oso who have destroyed lt by sensual excess or erl
Young Mon, be humbugged no moro by "Ouock Doc
tors" and Ignorant o. octlUuuurs, bat send without dela]
for the Elixir, and bc at once restored lo boa]th and hap
pincas. A perfect Cure lt G naran toed In avery instance
Price tl, or four bottles to ono address ?3,
Ono bottle ia sufficient to effect a cure In all ordin?r;
ALSO, DR. JOINVn.T.K'a SPECIFIC PILLS, for Un
needy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea Gleet CIT
thral Dischargea, Gravel, Stricture, and all affecUons c
the Kidneys and Bladder. Curca effected In from une ti
Ovo days. Tb ey are prepared from vegetable extract
that aro harmless on Gae system, and never nauseate Un
stomach or Impregnate the breath. No chango of die
la necessary while using them, nor does their action ii
any manner interfere with buni?eas pursuits. Prk. *
entier of tho abore-monUoncd arti chu wm bo rent U
soy address, closely seal od, and post. paid, by maU oi
express on receipt of price. Address all ordern lo
BERGER, S HUT TS U CO., Chemlats,
March 30 ly No. 286 Uiver ?Iroot. Troy. N. Y.
Ornea Otana or Council, 1
May 1B07. )
The following BeoUon of " An Ordinance lo aboUib tin
office of Superintendent of Streobj ; to prortdo for Koop
lam the streets, Lanes, Alloys, and opon Coarta In tbi
City of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes," L
hereby published for the InformaUon of all concerned :
For the dun protection of tho said contractor or con
tractors, it Ufurther ordained. That every owner, lessee
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting ut an;
atieet lane, alley, or open conti, shall on every da;
(Sondara excepted) have tho dirt, filth, garbage, or otbei
offal, placed In front of hla or ber lol, in a barrel, box oi
heap, and in readiness for ibo contractor, by tb. hour o
soon o'clock, A. M.irom the flt at day ol May to Un
ural day of November in evory year ; and by the hour o
nine o'clock, A. M., frc lu the tint day of Novombor tx
tho first day of May following. And any person offend
lng heroin, or placing any dirt filth, garbage, or olboi
offal, In any etreet, lane, or alley, or open court, alter tin
hour? above named, shall be snbject to a On. not leal
than two nor moro than Uro dollar?, for each and over;
offence, to bo Imposed by tho Mayor.
: By order . W. H. 8MITH,
. May 15_ ii - Clerk of Connell.
TO KzoouTB rna arozuoB or ?zaaouroat, ira pro
CUOTS, AUB OTHES rUTl.lMVIlll a OOM.
8*0. L Beit ordained by Ita Maror and Aldermen, i,
City Council auembled. That from and after thu 16th da;
of June next, lt shall not be lawful to koop Petroleum
Kerosene, Bock Oil, Bcnzlno, Benzole, or an r other In
ftammzblo oU or oils on storage or for salo in any cellar
atore or building son Ul of Line street tn a larger quun
Uly than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, am!
any auch quantity so kept or stored shall be contained li
vessels of tin or other metal. ,
SEO. ? That Petroleum, Ita products, or any other in
flammable all or oUs, when brought bato the elly by lsml
cr ws ter, msy be kept on any lot orin any, bnulding in
which cotton ls not atored, for a period not ozcoedlnj
twenty-four honra, apon tho expiration of which timo ?
ahall bo removed and kept in tho manner aa required by
tbs foregoing a.-: Hon.
Bra 3. Any nerton or persons violating any part ol
this Ordinance iball be subject to a fino of two hundred
dollars, for each offonco, recoverable in any Court of com?
Ratified in City Connell thia twenty-first day of May, lo
tho year of our Loni ono thousand eight hundred ai id
(L.B.J p. o. (tAU.I.Artl), Mayor.
;W. BL Surra, Clerk of Connell. Jana S
OFFICE OF THE CAPTAIN OF POLICE, I
Omxumon, 8. a. May 23, MO, I I
PARAGRAPH II. O ' ORDINANCE TO REGULAT!)
L - the "Claanalng of Priviea .nd Vanita," forbids thc
HM Of barrels in open carts and wagon?, and part?as sp
plying for license are required to provide closed cart*
suitable for tho purpose. AB persona, therefore, who
purpose taking Jobs of th? kind, aro hereby required tn
tiring their cart, to thain guard boase for Inspection be?
fore applying fer noonac . ? I CV B, SIG WALD,
May 24_S mo Captain of Polle?.
jv i KT i c tr,.
i^l FFT CE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
VJ clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raino Sap?
pi) es for they bl r 1867," ls published for lbs Information
of pernnsselling Goods by sample or otherwise, who art
not residente of this eily. AU auch persons aro hereby
notinod to report at 1 bia office.
"Three dol?an On every hundred dollars of all goods
aold In thia city t Nona not residents, by aurie ol
ofttarwise.'' - o/. H. SMITH,
Marcbll ,_? , ? , < fflerk of CtwnriT
E. M. WBITINGr,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
TT AS REMOVED HTS OFFICE F?OM CHALMKltfi
I JI\ ?rT?.1. ??' ??' T 0HTJRVH ST fl EXT. near 81.
f.?|Mf? : - -
iMfohM . J : ..>...! : m
No. 213 KING STREET.
STOCK OK YOUTH'S AND HOY?' SUMMKIt
CLOTH INO at COST.
Homo SUITS ol Flanni'l ano Mellon Cloth?, sllghtly
dsmaged, it les? than hair of original cost (H i "r null).
Tboy rango lu size from I tu 13 years of ago,
Tlio balance of Gmtlcnicn's SPHINO AND MUMM Kit
CLOTH INC,, ol Cost Prices.
t$f Cal) carly and mako your sclcellons,
?EO. DI TT MO cfc CO.,
No. 31? KINO hTREET.
flu- Rcnierubcr tho Store. wsO Joly 24
N G. PARKER,
LATE PAUKER * CHILD,
CLOTJIING, BOUTS, SHOKS, HATS
Juno li No. 103 EAST HAY.
DRY Q00DS, ETO.
J. & P. GOATS'
In I'nncy Doses, with their VTell-lrnowr
FIFTY SHADES OF COLOR
In each Iloz of five Dozens.
For Sale by ?lie 1'ACKAOE, of 100 Doacna
IJODN & ira MCIIINCLOSS
Solo As cuts in Now York.
CHEAP GOODS! CHIMP GOODS!
STOLL, WEBB & CO.;
(BANCROFT'S OLD STAND).
T^OR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS WE WILL 9EL1
X roany styles of floods In tho
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Very cheap. 8ome of these floods will bo sold at a grci
deal below the first coat, comprising, In part, a lot of
MUSLINS at IS couta, original prloo 23 cents.
Muslins at 18 cents, original price 3.1 conta.
Muslim at 20 conta, original price 30 cents.
Muslina at 33 oonts, original prloo 33 to 40 conta.
A small lot of Hsreges at IS cents.
A small lot of Doregos at 28 conta.
Lisio repli ns and Le?os at 25 cents.
A small lot of Harego Delaines at IS conni.
300 yards Figured French Cambric at 23 cents, worth S0<
1 casa assortent Calicoes (cheap) at 12J. cents.
Wo ara also showing good assortments In each Doper
I Illili LINENS; Family and Fronting L*ncns; Lon j
ololiut lt 10.13X. 10. IB, 30 lt 25 contai Drown Shirting
10, HH, 15. 20 to 25 cents; all widths In Pleached au
Drown ski ri lugs: Fancy Linen Drill; Drown Drill; Cloth
sndCaeilmorca; Medium Caaslmorca for Suite, tn toxtui
to ault tho season.
WE ARE OFFFRINfl A QCOD ASSORTMENT o:
DLA0K HOODS, In Alpacas, Morn ba zincs. Lapin's Ulac
Hixally, Illara Delaines at 60 cents, a lot of HUck Barege
and Crapo Mareta at ?0 cents (worth 60eta. a mont'- ago;
8-4 Crapo Mareta and Barngo, for Shawls.
1 ogrther wi tb almost every article to bo bad in our lim
Which wo are offering CHEAP POR CASH.
STOLL, WEBB Si CO.,
July? nwt No. 38T KINO STHEET.
REDUCTION OF DENTAL PRICES TO BUT!
DR J. H. DAPRAY, DENTIST, IS NOW PREPARE]
to complete tho Insertion of wholo upper or lowe
?eta of ARTLFICAL TEETH, upon tho moat approve
method, and with lae best materials, at 830 poi sot. Poi
Hal nets In proper lion. Durabin ty, natural appearance
perfect flt, and neatness of finish, guaranteed.
AU other operations upon the Tooth performed in
skillful and warrantable manner.
Office at his residence NO. 6 LIBERTY STREET.
May M mwf Charleston, 8. C.
Tbere cometh glad tidings of Joy to all.
To young and to old, to gi eal and to email ;
Thc beauty which once waa so ptvdous and rare.
Is free, for all, and all may bo lair.
By the nae of
For Improving and Beautifying tba Complexion,
i ho most valuable and perfect preparation In US?, fo
giving tbs skin a beau brui pearl-Uke tint, that ls ont
fount! In y oolra. It quietly removes Tan, Freckles, Plc
plas, blotches. Moth Pitches, Kal.own ess. Eruption/
and all impurities of the alan, kindly healing Ihe sam
leaving tho akin white and clear aa alabaster. Ita tu
cannot be detected by tho closest scrutiny, and being
vegetahln rreparation ls perfectly harmless. It la til
only artlolo of tho kind nsed by tbs French, and la con
shirred by tho Parisian aa tadiapuiaable to a perice
toilet, Upwards of 90,000 bottles wore acid during Hi
pest year, a sufficient guarantee of Its efficacy. Trie
only lt conta. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of rt
BEROER, 8HUTIA lc CO., Chemle.'s,
385 River 81., Troy, N. Y.
Oh t she was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyre, and radiant hair.
Whose on rung tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained tho vary heart and mind,
For Curling the nair of either Box Into Wav
and Oloaay Ringleta or Heavy Maaaivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LAD CB I AND GENTLE
URN can beautify th era solves a thousaad-lolc'
It ls tba only article lo the world that will carl ?frei gi
hair, and at tho same limo give lt a beautiful, glossy ai
pe rungoo, ibo Crisper Coma not only curls tho haJr, bc
Invigorates, bcauUfic* and cleanses H; ls highly and di
i Ughtfldly po ri um ed, and ls tbs moat complete article c
tho Una over offered to tbs Ami rican po bala. Th
Crisper Coma wUl bo : saut to any address, sealed an
postpaid for tL
Address aU orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
rpUR FOLLO WINO ORDINANCE 18 PUBL1SHE1
I for the Information o (all toixornod :
AM OBI! IX ANGE TO BZan.lTZTOC UUUNSINO OT FinQ
AMD VAUX TB Di THE roai-oniTK Uktrrs or TUB CIT I.
I. Be lt Ordained by tho Mayor and Aldermen, 'Itu
from sod alter tho ratification of thia Ordinance, it anal
not bo lawful for any person to cleanse or remove th
contents of Vaults or Privies within tho Umita of th
dly, without having previously obtain ed a llconao (or th
same; all such licenses to expiro on the Slat Doccmbc
of every year, and bo subject to aU requirements lmpoa
cd by Ordinances regulating tho granting of Licenses fo
Drays and Carts.
IL That Ibo u so of Barrets in open Carts and Wagor.i
la prohibited, and parties applying for Lloense will be rt
quired to provide closed Carls suitable for tba purpose.
I Ul. All persons having such Liren.o shall repott r
ono of th Uuard Houses, during tho day. bia or their In
temira U lo auch work during the ensuing night; in th
Lower Warda such report to bo m ado to tho Main Oner
House, in tho Upper Warda to Upper Guard House.
IV. The place or place, i for tho deposit of such ..ff*,
shall bo designated from timo to time by tho Mayor,
V. Every owner or driver of such Licensed Cart Ol
any other person who shall violate any of th? provision;
of this Ordinance, or shall neglect or refuse to obaervi
the anno, or any of them, shall forfait and pay for eaot
offence a Hoe not to exceed twenty-five dollars, to be en
forced by tim Mayor lu his Court, or recovered In au j
other Court ot competent Jurisdiction.
Ratified in Olly Council thia aevasth dar of May. Ut tht
year of oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and six
' lu a.) P. a PAILLARD,
W. H. SMITH, Mayor.
_Clerk of Council_8mo_May 10
Kl UK LOAN.
MAYORALTY OF OIIARLE?ITON 1
. . Om BAU, November 9, IS??. I
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TED
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of the City, un
dor "An Aet of the Oeneral Assembly, giving anlhoriri
to tba City Council of Charlotten te proceed la the mal
tar of a tiro Loan, with a view to aid In building ap Un
Oily mew," are hereby notified that tho form of aWl
cation for loans can be obtained at the office af the Clari
of Connell, bo tween the hours of ? A. M. and a P. H
All applications muat oaf ld In tho aboyo men bonn
ornoo, aa the Committee will meet every ?lon Ja* to eon
aider the same. . . r 4- ,
Dy erder of the Mayer ?1 'tjf, g, HUI TN
rfttfembsrIO _I Clerk of OoanrlL
, j MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVTKO ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable ?Dr Gentlemen, La
dfes and Children, and being dcadroua of dJ ml ulalling om
8loci before tba season ad van ces too far, we would ?spe
dally draw the attention of the pubilo towards Uta red uo
lion whian wlH be made In our prieta for th? next twx
of three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29_No, if Chalmers street.
TS AN-EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. hXl
A Merchante end bruines? men try lt for a few moolha
"Morbut no gain." ? Send on your carda and Inereaw
your trade 'his falL There's nothing to ?qual Printer'j
Lnk-i t hu mada many a fortune.
Tarma for the paper-S3 per annum, In advance.
AdrertlasmenU Inserted al Uta rata ot 81 per tanara ol
twclti, Uric* or loss tor ??eh Insertion, i ?
Cardi o! ten Unas or leas, et the rata of 110 tot three
miallo.. - -
OotiU-aete by the year caf for tlx moolha, allowing tarir
lbs* of cUangtef ott more favorable terms. Addroaf
? ' li ? e .':<?' ibu... . fi Oi'rfll -' .
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
WATER COOLERS, U PITCHERS,
RODGERS & SOX'S CUTLERY,
"10OKIS?I STOVES. BUILDERS' HARDWARE
U FIKUINO i ACK1.E. SEI.NK8
CAST S3TH, HOOKS, HAN IC, YARKU
FIELD MUSKET*. i'OWDKH, SHOT
IIOIMK KUIlNlSHINll llAl.liWAHK, ami
PLANTATION TOOLS, tu ?nal varie?}-, at
MARSHALL'S Hardware Store,
No. 310 KINO STREET, 3 iloors below Society.
July 31 2
SICKLES ! SICKLES !
Kfl DOZEN NO*. 2 AND 3. JUBT ARRIVED AND FOH
MARSHALL'S Hardware Storr,
No. 310 Klug street. U duo? below Society.
July 21 a
MONDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
BONDS OF ALL KINDS
KtocaR of all kinds
Coupons of all kind'
Hank lillis of all kind?.
Bought st highest rales by
AM)UKW M. MORELAND,
July 12_Imo_llruker. No. H broad street.
Brunell at Charleston, S. C.,
NO. U KT A TI: s r II T. I T
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BK DRAWN WITIIOU r
Deposits of Spcclo aro repaid In Specie.
All olbcr Deposits sro repaid lu "Oroenbacks" or Na
Uoaal Hank Ullis.
Deposits of auy amount received from any iiersnn.
NATHAN m n KU. Uasblcr.
CHARTERED DY ACT OF C0NORES9.
M. T. HEWITT, Prcsl lent.
J. W. A I. V OH Li. Ilrtt vice-President.
LEWIS CLETH .NE. second Ylco-Prcsldcul.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
BAH L. H Ailinn. Ocnorel Inspector.
Hanking House. Pennsylvania Avenue, comer of IOU
su-cet, Washington, D. C.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.
Nt?. O STATE ST UK KT.
Open every day, Sundays and Bolldays oxcoptc<]
from 10 A. M., to 2 P. M., and from 3 to 4 l\ at.
DETOSIIH OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FROS
I ANY FERSON.
Interest payable in Jami arv Dud Jnlv, In each year.
AU deposits will bu repaid with interest due when rc
All tho profils belong to Ibo depositors.
Ilrancbcs bavo becu oslabllabcd In tbo principal ellie
from Niw York lo Now cricans, and ac?oiiulH can b
transferred from ono Branch to motlier, without chad?
or Interrupting tim lu teres I.
Imestmcnto aro only mad o Insecurities of ibo Unite.
8tatoa. RICHARD H. CAIN,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
FRANCIS L. CARDOZO,
Her rc ta ry.
Juno 30 Imo Casbtor,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
I Just received per Bark Fille dcL'Ah
FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF
MANDER, WEAVER & CO.,
' 8ULPB. QUININE
HENRY'S M AC NEBIA
OIL HERO AM OT
And by o thor arrivals a complete assortment of
I.ITHS'H SOAPS AND EXTRACTS
JEAN MARTE FARINA Cu UH IN E.
G. W. AIMAR,
CHEMIST AMD DRUGOI8T,
CORNER E NJ AND VANDERHOBST STREETS.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE WOSDEHrTnL BKTSLATION8
MADE BY THE QREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. FERRICO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EYER KNEW
Hbo res lo ros to happiness those who, from doleirj
events, catastrophes, crosses In love, looa of relations ani
friends, loss of money, kc, hare become despondent
abo brings together those lung separated, gives Informs
lion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost o
stolen property, tells you the business you sra bea
qualified to pursue and to what you will bo most success
fal, asases speedy marriagos, and tells you tba very da]
jen will marry, gives you the names, likeness and char
ac ter lattes of the person. Hbo reads your very thoughts
and by ber almost supernatural powers, un va tis tho dari
and hidden mystonee of the future. From the stars wi
see tn the firmament-tba malefic alara that overcame o:
pr-dominate In tho configuration-trxiin tho aspects am
positions of the planeta and tho fixed ?tara ba tho hoaveni
at the time ol birth, she dodnoea the future destiny r.
man. Fall not to consult tho greatest Astrologtat ot
earth. It coats you but a trifle, and yon may never agal t
bavo so favorable- an opportunity, CoruroitaUon foo, witt
likeness and all desired information, ll. Parties Uviui
at a distance can consult the M adamo by mall with eqns
safety and satisfaction to themselves, sa If ba person. A
full and explicit chart, written ont, with aU Inquiries ir
swered end likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receipt J.
price above mentioned. The strictest secresy will rt
maintained, and ail correspondence returned or des tr -y
ed. References of the tugboat order furn Uh od thone o
siring thom. Write plainly the day of the month in.
year In which you were born, enclosing a small loo. o
Address, MADAMS B. A. HEH mo o, *
P. 0. DBAWXB 303, BDTVALO, N. Y.
March SD_ If
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
Tara aron rmao TED
ll li A K D ABD SQUAB!
fall Iron Frame and f)v?rrtnuig Basa,
BlAjrrjFAOTOP Y ABD WABXHOUHB
sj a, lt Waat Heeutoa-* treat, sta. ii
HEAR BROADWAY. NSW TOSS.
-THE UTTDHBiUQNED, MEMBERS OT THF FIRM Ot
J. KBAUBBAAB * CO., ere ptaotloal Piano nuken
and ts inch haya bsd ? Ure s espartano* In oonnsoHat
?tth toa s ol tbs best KenCiHsnmeats to flats oecntrj
end Taro pe. Their l tanca ar? made not marely loi
Item, betty thens, ax d nada* theo? I ra mediate pea sons I
?aperrUaon, and they allow no Inotrnnienteto I save tbs li
factory sad pee* bato th? hands of their petrona, anteas
they have s pow*', evenness, firmness ind rCTind_o.es* el
tone, tn elasticity el touch-without which ne Instr*,
?sot ought lo ba eetUfoc tory to tba public-ea veil I
that durability tn twa uraotioa. valen enables tl to re>
nain tn tn ?i ?ii d to wt Loxten d ?Ufldaa changea of leia
jsrelnre ana esposara so eurem, neet and cold, whkt
ere aosuames unavoidable, ' ' -
They aiU et eU Um** ba happy tosas tb* pre/saatraj
an* the pnbllo et thitr War?rooiut and In rite oom pert
seo between their awn. Flense end thoa* ot aaty ?tatt
SKTO? KBA?SrntAS...TOBIAS HAMS
CHABLIS J. 8CH0T3MAJ?H.
Aerate . "I
THE AIKEN PRESS,
rIB ^POSED TO PUBLISH TR THE TOWN OT
Alien, a O., * Weekly paper under th* abor* titi?,
tobe devoted to OeaereJ Intelhgenoe-PoUUcal, Oom
mercuh riocial, Literary, end ?eugtoaa-wllh a Doper!
menp of Agriculture, LncJudino the Meld, tbs Crrohux
Us? Vtoeysrd, ip? 1st Carte*. A Newe Hum m ery/iti
contain s dig?it of the Important events of the weak.
baali adapto* to Our new condl?on, end the doTdopmeni
of the resources of the country tn MioufaclnreeT A^rL
oultOTe, TrrrU-raleina, and Vlr%rMrtogT A*n
Terme-43 a yeer, in advance. . < ' ? ...
?:? . fall r> ..... W, . I
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
COHN ! CORNI COHN I
1000 "l: .mEI*S ,''"IMK MIM.IIH? COHN, LAND
2000 I.HH!H I." Vi Hew ami Mixed Com.
AUW?, IM Kum :
100 sock? "(imilln- Milla ' FAMILY FLOUR, from new
100 sacks "Uraulto Milln" Extra Flour, from new
ICO ascii Atlant? Milla Sujier mid Fino Hour, from new
Sack* AagMta MOI- Fh.ur. from new Wheal
Sucks J. J. Cahra's .Mills Plow, from new Wheal
?.nek* Newberry Steam Milln Flour, from nuw Wheat
lf?O bbl*. Northern Flour
00 bul*. New live Fluiir.
For ?do low by STENHOUSE ft CO..
July 21 2 Ntl. HU Ka 'Hay.
1 MU MI; WHITE COHN ! OATS I
l l.Ot It I
rf\f\f\ DUHuKl? 1'iiiMK winn: MILI.INO
0""v'U CORN, ex atcjiu?r Faleuii
IOHO eu .li. lu 1'rlnie data
IUD '.bid. Extra anil Lmv Fried Flour.
. . .IIA V 1
250 hale? ntlME N. lt. HAY.
For aale liv JSO. CAMPS KN ft CO.,
Nu. M Market ?licet. OIIOOHUO stale ?tr,. I.
HUTTKH AN 1) BACON. ?
JUST lti:fi:tvi-;i> lM.lt STEAMER MAN?
OK CASES, KACH CASK CON TAININO KIOUT 2?;
tQiJ Mis. box UU'lTKK, frciili from tba Dalry.
1U hilda, primo Shoulder*. And lor uah) by
WM. (lt I ll S KV.
July 21 _a_No. 102 Kant Hay.
ST1UP& SHOULDERS, SIDES. A.c.
-I (\ BOXES CHOICE NEW YOUK H. 0. KT Rt PH
IA) (?mall altai.
10 hillls, brinn- Sh.odder <
ll? lilnln. Primo C. ll. Miles.
10 billin, lutin-- lt. sui. .i
10 ICM. New York H. C Hums.
Landing ami Tor sale hy
LAUHKY ft ALEXANDER.
July 2i 2 No. KIT Kaat llay.
1 ^ll NOLLS-AUOUr SIXTY VA HD.s EACH.
1 I U For salo at
July 23 Imo ME ETI NO STIf'-TT IOE HOUSE.
QQAA IlimilEI.S PRIME . F.STKRN MIXED
??UW COHN, rx-stcamihlp Manhattan.
Fur salu by T. J. K KU H lt CO.
JOHN MAC GREGOR \ CO.,
NOS. 178 AND 180 PEARL-8T.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTT'lERS AND DEALERS IN
INDIA. SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY UAOOINO,
OITNNY 1IAOS AND UUHLAP Mill r AHLE FOR WHEAT
AND COHN SACKING: also, a largo and completa stock
of HALE HOPE, embracing Western machine nenin
Hemp, Manilla, Flax and Jute. Haling Iwluca, otc, all of
which Ihcy ofter at lair price*.
July 23 'ino
PniME SMOKED BACON. HAMS, l'OHK TRIM
MINOS, fcc, kc, at reduced prices, in quantities
to suit purchasers.
Apply to McKAY' ft CAMPDELL,
July ll_ No. 1311 Meeting idroct.
BACON, FLOUR AND P0KK.
linns. ninDED AND C. II. SIDES
JJ\) r>0 bbl*. Pork lb aili
2S0 bids. Flour, Family, Extra. Snpor, nu J Buli
For salo by WM. GURNEY,
July 22_3_ No. 102 gart Hay.
?0LASSES ! .,1 OL ASSES !
QA linns. SWEET CUDA MOLASSES
ej\J 30 bbl*. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
For ule by UONAFONT k SALAS,
July 22_3_No. 118 East & /.
CEO. ff. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHAHLESTON, S. C.,
oi l l ic i nn HALE LOW, KOR CASH i
Q/j/",/". SEAMLESS SACKS LTVFJIPOOL SALT
OUUv SOO colls Hemp anil I lanilla, Ropo
200 bales nunn? sud Dun.ice Bagging
1000 kegs Nail*, assorted Bizca
300 bbla CotToo Sugar, A, U and C
200 bags Hlo Codee.
100 bbla Molas.cs anil Syrup
300 boxes Adamantino Candios
200 kegs Hazard'a P.m.1er
GOO bags Shot
2000 lb*. Load
Copperas, Blue Steno, Modder, Indigo, Spice?, kc.
Joly 10 WinCim/...
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
IMPOUTEB AMD LILA I. til TN
Fine Groceries, Ctaolco Tons, Etc.. Bto,
NOS. 240 and242 QREENWICH-..T,, COR. OF MURRAY,
CORNER BROADWAY AND 17TII STREET,
THE UNDFJWONED WILL BE PLEASED TO BEE
bia Southern friends. Tho choicest HAVANA SH
OAR8, of all tho leading brands, with a goners! assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on band.
June * D. OITOLENQUI, Agent.
GIVE IT A FAIS, TRIAL.
flUiXS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USED TO
1 prov? Its superior quality. Usa lt as you wonld
any common Soap. Try it and you wlU ba convinced
that His superior (a auy other article In markst For
aalo by O roce rs genoiaily.
Manufactured by TAYLOR lt YOUNO, No. 180 Front
street, New York. For aale by
O RUBER ft MARTIN,
No. 230 King street
lt. BISCHOFF Ai CO.,
No. 19 7 East Bay.
n F.d. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.,
Comer Church and Hayno streets.
DOWIE ft MOISE. Druggieta,
No. 1S1 Moodon street.
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 23 wi m Cm o
LEA & PERRINS'
Bi M ot a letter from a
TO na nra ns cr t*f?\>i Brother at
Liootl Sunco ??I:
"Te" ft PEU
uro arrucanui JOSST RINH that their SAUCE
"'. ijo-" ls highly esteemed In In
TO tSSpi dla,andls,lnnayoplnlon,
.. --.tow?: tho most palatable, aa
EVEUY VARIE!Y ?jp**?rj "ell aa Oro most wboU
8w??? somo RATICE tnat ll
OF DISH. ^????niedo."
The aucooaa of this most delicious and un ri rallo I con
dimest having caused many unprinuulcd dorian to
apply the name to Spurious Compound?, the PUBLIC la
rttp+afully end tamtttly requested to sc? that tho namo
of LIA ft PxHur-r* are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA *Ji PERRINS. Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AOENTS FOB TUE UNITES STATES.
October 19 ^ fm wi yr
SOUTHERN EXPRESS CQA1PANV,
0fi.ee No. 147 Meeting air?v f.
Every atteution given to tke safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE OTTX
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, Prealdettt,
April 10_ Auguit*. Qa.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
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Dating tim spring and lan seasons extra copie* of tba
OtuxazaUBO Haws will be drenhUed lor the benefit ol
oar advartUing patrons.
. Contract Advertisement. luaartod cm tho most liberal
terrai. - Ad dre*? SAMUEL DIBBLE,
,il> ' Editor OrangoburH New?,
pQbrasryls Crangebnrg, H ?