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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Our (able DlKpntC lim.
VIKNXA, July 23-Broiling_(heat prepara!iona
aro being mude herc for tho reception uT t!io s.il
lail. U nil (Ito plans aro carried out, tho ceremo?
nies anti festivities during thu .Sultan's Blay herc
will excel in rt rand our mid magnificence any I bing
ho has met with in ollhor Franco or Kurland.
Timar?:, July 2:1-Evening_Tho Imperial
Trigalo Norara has Hailed fitim this port to Vera
Cruz, with orders lo bring back from Mexico tli ti
roinaiua >f Maximilian.,
PARIS, July 21-Tho French Govornniont bas
prohibited tho plauing til any portion or tho Rus
Bian Railroad Lom in tho Paria market.
Admiral Farragut arrived itt this city. Tho
United States Minister, General Dix, gnvo a flt*
to-day in honor of tho Admiral. A largo number
of American ladioi and gontlomcn woro present.
LONDON, July 21-Noon.-Consola. Olj; Dunda,
FitAHKi-onT, July 21_llonds, 70].
LIVERPOOL, July 21.-Cotton unchanged; sales
10,000 bales. Bioadaluflfs, provisions and produce
LONDON, July 2-1-2 P. M.-Consols and Hinds
LIVERPOOL, July 21-2 P. M-Cotton and Brcad
Hturfa unchanged. Sugar easier but not quolably
LONDON, July 21<- Evening.-Consols fi JJ; Domls
Livnnrooi,, July 21-F.vcning_Cotton irrrgu
lor. Uplands 10J; Orleans lOJd; sales 10,000 bales.
Breadstuff's, Provisions and produce unchanged.
Iinroilcn.il Maw? per Steamer.
NEW YORK, July 21.- Tho 1'craia, with European
datcB to tho 14th inst.", lina arrived.
Tho 12th of July was eelobra'cil by lita orange
Ulan; ovtrylhina; imsscit off quietly. In belfast
30,000 passed in procession ?ith.mt molestation.
Dr. Higgin:,. Dishop of Dorry, died suddenly on
WASITINOTON, July 24.-Tho prizo lists for tho
capture of Ibo Gray Jacket and Wm. Bradly have
been undo up, and aro ready for paymont.
Tho Internal Itovcnuo receipts aro $7.13,000.
Tho Stn rall T rial.
WA?UINOTON, July 24.-lu tho Sttrratt trial the
proaccution continuos, rebutting thc testimony in?
tended to establish McMillan's and Hi. Mario'*
characters, and breaking down Dr. DisscU'ri nml
D. Drndloy said ho desired now to ask n qncR
tiou personal to' himsolf. Il had been stated in
public prints that bo (Mr. Drndloy) lind otTcrcd
Mr. Hobart a bribe, and bo desired Mr. IL lo ox
plain tho mailor. Mr. II. said that no such oil'or
waa over niado to him, and thc publication wns
utterly labia and was ruado without his hnowlvdgo o?
cu n sent. All that Mr. Bradley had said was that tho
witnesses coidd bo paid by tho doienco out ot'some
nu moy that had boon contributed for that purpose.
No ono connected with tho defence over inndo a
proposition to pay any money for any testimony.
Prom Xicvr York.
NEW YORK, July 24.-A prizo fight look placo
thia morning on tho Hackonsnck road, bolwccn
Phil. McConnell and Stophcn Donnolly. After
twonty-lwo. rounds Donnelly was dcclarod victor,
Tho Scotia takes out a million and a half ol
Tho Expresa financial article eays that tho
money market is still and uachangod, tho supply
exceeding tho dornend. Bordor. Statu Donds high?
er and moro in demand
RICHMOND,' July 21.- General Brown his issued
an order discontinuing tho issuing of rations to
tho destitute, nuthorized by tho Congressional ap?
propriation fund, nftcr tho 2Stli of August..
Governor Picrpoint spoko to a largo audience
last night. .. ..
Tho Whig bas accounts of tho Republican moot?
ing in PitUylvauia and Bury tho Counties, for tho
purpose, of Bonding delogntes to Ibo Richmond
1 Tito Hustings Court of magistrates sont their re?
ply to-day to Goncral Schofield's communication.
Its tenor; howovor, has not boon mado public.
' ' From New Orleatia.
NEW ORLEANS, July '23.-Tho Couvoution to?
day appointed a Coninlittoc of taroo to call.on
lien. Sheridan, lo seo what could bo done toward
tho repair of tho lovoos. Tho Convontion thon
adjourned ailie die.
Brownavillo dates to tho 18th have been rccolv
cd. Tho newe hos, howovor, bcon anticipated.
Escobcdo bas boon placed in command of tho
army. Juarez ia announced as a candidato for re?
election to tho Presidency.
NEW YORK, July 21.-Arrived tho Columbia, from
Havana, on tho 20th. Tho Cuban government ia
taking groat precautions against a revolutionary
Tho yellow rover etil! prevailed, bnt loss malig?
nant. Sugar finn and activo at 8)a8j riuls.
Advices from Moxie a roport tho arrival or
Ncczcto, lato Maximilian'? Chamberlain,' Father
Fischer aird others. Marquez has not yot boen
lound. Colonel Rudouo and Gov. Yiadurri have
been shot. _
NEW Om.KANS, July 21.-Galveston loading cot?
ton factors agrco in stating that tho worm already
in tho cotton ls not tho true cotton worm but tho
grass MOI in, which prcedo tho doslructivo worm
fifteen days. Tho hot and dry neither is romoving
tho fear of tho worm. In places not worked woll,
where tho crops aro grassy, tbcro is tho most dan
ger from this worm. All accounts agrco that tho
crop is at least equal to that of last year, and esti?
mated at from 180.000 lo 190,000 halos.
Tho quantity of war material accumulated nt
San Antonio, Chihuahua. RaiTaol Aldroth, tho
owner, alleges that tho Government iutouda dis?
tributing them to citizens for defence against tho
Indians, in spite of tho atatomonts regarding Ulli
blistering. Tho city is healthy.
rmuumirriA, July 21_Arrived, tho Evcrinnn
fi om Charleston. . ,
NEW YORK, July 24_Arrived, tho Champion
from Clim leaton. . . i
NEW Yonn. July 24_Cotton quiot-Middling
Uplands 27a27|. Flour rather moro activo and
steady. Sales 7400 barr?la; Sonthorn, IO ?Wale 7o
Wheat vory dull and 2a3o lowor. Corn a shad!
?rmor; sales 60,000 bushels, Mixod Wcslorn 03ca
M. Oat? lo hotter. Dcor quiet. Pork hoary;
silos ROO bbls. Now Moss $2.1 90. Naval Stores
dtooping. Tnrpontino G7a58. Whiakoy quiet.
Htoo.iB strong. Monoy, liaO. Gold, 39|. Sterling
Exchange, llUjallOj. 5-20's, now iasuo, 103J. Vir?
ginia Sixes, now issno, GI. TomicBsoo Sixos. ox
Coupons, G8j; now issno, 07. M?BBOUT? Sixos,
EVENT NO DISPATCH.
Stocks strong. Hold 130J; '02 coupons lllj;
Tonnc?,iee OH, ox coupons, G8J: now issue 00J.
Colton firmer; sales QA) halos, at 27?27ic. Flour
meade. Wheat 8a5c lower: ambor Georgia $2 ?Oa
2 CG; while fi 80. Mixed Western Corn frDoatl 01.
Moss Pork $23 00. Oroccrics steady and duli.
Turpontino G74aG8. Freights unchanged.
BALTIMORE, July 21.-Cotton (inner; stock
Muree; l.otv Middling 21 i2IJc. In Rio ColTee tlio
market favors buyors. Flour steady. Wheat fair
' trad firmer; prices unchanged. Corn ecarco. Pro
Visions cloned advancing. MOBS Pork $2->n$26 GO.
Bacon, ribbed aide?, 15}c; cloarod ribbed, for
Auprust delivery, lCc.; sbuuldora, dry, 13Jc. lower.
Whiskey, no Bales.
CINCINNATI. July 21.-Flour declining, nt $0.50a 1
10; moro sellera than buyers. Wheat Arm; nomo I
shipping domand. Corn dull; unchanged. Wbls- I
koy, in bond, 80c. Pork In good domand; deliver?
able next month, $20; for fair $20.50n20.75. Bulk
Meats firm and quiot. Dacon-salCi' 70,000 lbs.;
Shoulders 13c.; Clear Sides 10c; tilth a largo do?
mand for futuro delivory.
WILMISOTON, Jrfiy_24.-Rosin linn at $2 7oa(>.
Sales 184 barr?la. Olio Kalnko brartd Bold at $8.
T'urpontiuo in actlvo'clomand for foreign ahipmonl
-advanced and Arm at 52. Corn $1.30al.88. Tar
firm at $3.85. Tho woaiher dry and unfavorablo to
growing crops. , "..,
SAVANNAH, July 24.-Cotton qnlot ond a litllo
easier; Bales 110 bales; Middlings 25a25Je; rocoiple
227 Dales. . s
AUOCSTA. Jnly 2L-Cotton olnBod les? firmer,
but prices unehangod. Halos 282 bales; Middlings,
24a2it. Wcatbor indieato? rain-thermometer 00.
MODILE, July 24.-Saloa 850 halos. Rccoipta 40.
quoted at 22J; inside for Low Middlings, closed
firm. Woathor olear and wann.
NEW ?UI.HAHH, July 24.- Sales G50 bale? J' dull ;
low middlings, 24ja23o.; receipts, 25 baloe. Sugar
and Molasses nominally unehangod. Flour quiot;
stock light; Bupor, $10 76; double extra, ?1X Corri
firm; yellow mixed, $1 2Sal 40; wliito, $1 45. Oats,
nono in first bands, retailing at $115, Pork, hold
era vory firm, asking (20 60. Bacon 8houtdora
acaree, Ht; clear, lOjalOJ. Lard quiet, firm;
stock of tierces exhausted: hoblers of Kontuoky
asking Ml- Gold, 140. Htorling, Glia64, New
York eight oxebango, Ja J promimn. Tho wcatbor
ia sultry, with nh nw o rs. Tli o tbonnomoter this
.woning ia al 92 in tho eb ado, 100 lo Ibo aun,
-- - v-jHMi M'iiE COIINTK?.
WixNsnoBo' July 23,18G7.
IMilor of Jtiilg Ketti:
I linvo n Tow words lo nay abo?! railroads, and in
wiitin* Utan I only aim al corrodion of abuses
and or bad maimer..-.
Tho cars on our roads aro many of thom clc
gnnl and comroitnblo, and all ol tboin, so lar ns I
bavo ?con, nro good. Tho conductors aro polite
and enrclul generally, and atlcuUvo lo their busi
1:08?. llut Ibero is a nuisanco tboy do not
abato and wliicb ia a causo or anunynnco to many
who travol on those roads. Tilla ?B tbo constant
smoking in what is called tito "geiillonicii's car.1
When a f-ciitluni.au is travelling wilhont Indios bo
bo is (old by Ibo conductor lo toko bis ?cal in tho
gentlemen's car. Ho ba? paid for n flret-clBBs
ttcket, but is placed in a second-class car, for it 1B
well undorutood Uiat wl-eu out ur tho ladies' care
mon will imlulgu in Illings wbich aro not por
mittori in thom. Tboy not only smoko-very orton
?niacruhlo tob.ieco-but will frequently stick tboir I
boolH on lop ol tho bacltB or tho BOntu or out or
tho window, nnd Jiot unfrequenUy agnbist tho
neck, baud or back of llioso who aro sitting before
them. Tbo now vulvct or thc cars ia injured, Ibo
icnts aro soiled-dirty bootu and crimaon acaliugs
not behn; in accord-Ibo air is illlod witb foul
juuiku from pipo and jignr, and gentlemen aro so
amoved by a complication of "gaitcborioa" aud
lind manucrs as lo make n journey uticouirortablc.
Now Ibis cnn nil bo easily corrected lo Ibo improvo
inotlt of comfort nnd tho currcclions of bad habitu
>r carolesi nuniiets. Lot lidiot and gcntlctnon 00
?ttpy cars indiscriminately, aud Iben onforco
iropur rulos. When gentlemen wish to Binnko
hoy will go imo tbo "smoking car," when tboy
lian to alick their boola higher than theil buadd
hoy might bo accommodated OK ?. rici Au ni cur. ?
iwJiwtara oiiunld BCO that perfoet nnW ?n.l , -- >
moly in observed, und tbon all mon will, outward- |
y at toast, bo geiitlomon in tbo cara. Anolhur j
.vii of no amnll magnitude oxisls, which ought to
ic corrected. A lady will often appropriato four J
cats for herself, buckets, bundles, shawls, Ac,
ihr ; ?bo bas paid for ono only, aud theso olio por
ladi in holding, though others may bo standing '
ip' 01 Tousling on tho sunny sido of tbo I,
jr. Thcsa extra sonts may sonictiracn lio |
aken, nnd boxen nnd "bawls lio rcmovod, bul ?r t
ho doiihlo t-cat is occupied byan infant, woo to J
bat man who premunes to bini at ita removal,
bough nothing ha9 boon paid for ita tranaporta
iou or testing placo. This is nil wrong and iu M
imo will bo cniroctod. ' Poople will b? nllowod lo ?
mo what they pay for and nu mort.
Crops noar Columbia aro not aa good aa in Bomo
itbcr sections. Com is small and not vory prom
sing. Colton lina a better appearance. Handa
re at work and quiet prevails. Tho people aro
lopoiiil under much to depress, ami dosorvo
redit for wbat poraoveraitco -they bavo shown
rbcu atuTOUudod with obatnclcs.
Yesler.lny ibero wau a good nttondenco
t tbo churches opon. I beard tho Hov,
lr. ll HACKETT,* of tho Presbyterian Church
11 thu morning, who discoursed h .JIU Ibo words of
?r_STU9, 'TABI,, Uiou arl hoeit'n tbytcU-much
-arning doth miiko theo mad." I mot boro Wai.
t. QusTcn, Esq., olhorwiso called tho "Cbildron'B
'riend," who hub dovotcd himself maur years to
bo moral intereats of children, oporatmg p.'inoi
ally upon tho various Sabbath schools. Ho ad
resaed a gntboring of nil tho schools yestorday
ftcrnoon, mid seemed to interest tho children
cry much. Ho spoko last uvoning in Ibo llaplist i
'burch to young moo, on thia theme, "Powor of |
olicf iu tho formation of individual and national
hnractor." Ho bandied thc Bufijcct with skill and
lu quenco, much to tbo satisfaction of bis largo'
udionco. Thora ia a bad .habit in som0 of our
inn.Irv congregations' which ought tn bo. cor
ected. - I *
Young riion riso np In tho midst of tho exercise1; '
nd, with no light stop, tramp down tho aisles and
ut bf tho door, rauch to tho disturbance of sponk
r and corigrogation; -
Pray, young gentlemen, tako tho hint and koop
our seats until tho sorvico la ended. ' A. B. O. | li
THE U.VIVEUHITY OP THE SOUTH.
ADBUES3 OF TOE VOAHD OF TTtVBTEZB.
o tho M rm bc M and Friends of tho Protestant Episcopal }'
Church, and to all lovers of souud learning, and of ibo ti
religious training of tho yontig, within the Dloeoscs of b
North Carolina, Souyh Carolina, Georgia,.Florida, Ala- b
bama, Mississippi, Lmilsiana, Texts, Arkausaa and ri
Tennessee, greeting: ! . u
har Friends aita Brethren: ?
It was a favorito saying of our boloYcd Bishop
'oik, that "A great thouqht never diet." And it JJ
innot bo doubtod thal Ihm conviction brightened ]?
ao last trying years ofilia lifo, with roy ard to tho 0
iistitution which ho sn nnbly projected, and mainly al
Heisted in commencing ut this placo, fe
lt is now a I i lt lo moro than ton years'ainoo that tl
rcat md good man Aral called Ibo uttoiitlon or -c
is Lroihrcn in Ibo Episcopal Oflico to tbo urgent
ced in our Southern State? of a University of tho u
igbcat order, conducted under tho sacred sane- r?
ons of religion; mid c learly pointed out how just- ~H
f tho obligations of patriotism demanded of tho
burch that sbo sbonid placo at tho sorvico of our
unit ry tho whnlo of ber strength for tho intollcc- rj
ial and moral training of her youth. For as
rory woll-govorncd State soonroa bborty and pro
elum to its citizona iu tho exctpiao of tboir re?
nom, so should tboy in their turn, both in tboir -
[dividual nr.d ecclesiastical capacity, do all in j
loir powor to uphold her just authority by an cn
ghteucd pall int ?hm. nuil tho ditTusion of sound Q
itclleclual and moral sontimcnte.
lt was accordingly propoaod that tho several c)
liocoacs of North eurobin, HOnlh Carolina, (leur- t
ia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, ' Louisiana,
exna, Arkansan and Tonnosseo, should unito in (i
randing, on tbo moat enlarged and' liberal acalo, 01
n Institution which should not only load our u
nulli along tho highest walks or literature and
.lemo, but train them in tho higher and holior -j
aya of religious knowledge; mid Bond forth, yoar tl
j year, a corps of instructors, to dispenso through
ar whoto beloved Hon 1 h tho boncilts or tboir own
,uii,l al ta in monto and superior religious training.
It was further proposed, that this Institution,
hilo opening Its doora to ntl, abould bo under
10 solo direction and control of tho Protestant g
ptHCopai Church. Foroxpcrienco had fully proved
lat no educational ontorpriao had over flourished
ir any length or timo, without being uphold by
10 Stato, or oleo taken inidor the patronago
f until u religious den omi un lion. Thnngh many t"
ohorils and Collogcs .vero at that timo dotting our ii
ail hum tho liappauannock to tho. Hin Grands, it A
.as, nevertheless," thought that thom wo-l ?apl? t>
00m for another, oapooinlly ono or a bigbor order,
-blob rc.un lin bnneribr advantages, might prove U
ho rrultful piront of many otliom ur toner de-rreo? n
nd thus cull tine ita manifold blessings through ji
bo length and breadth of our land. a
Thia proposed undertaking'mot with tho cor- r
Uni sud roady approval of tho Cbureb, and of ; a
bonsandsof othors, who longed to seo a bigbor 0
itandard of education, and of roligiouu obligation a
ict up among us. Truatocs woro promptly op- t
Minted by ouch Diooeeo to represent ita inte resin,
iud aid iu pulting tbo-Bchcmo in op?ration. In c.
?rder to scouro tho ohoarful oo-oporat!on of every t
lortion of tho Church, thoso-TrustooB woro BOlcct-' t
id equally fro n bo'.h tho Clerical and Lay Orders, c
iud niaao tho gnardians of auch suma aa might 1
JO contri buted by tboir respectivo DIOCOHOB.
Tho Qrst quostlou or any dimoulty waa t
ibo Bolcction of tho boat ailo for tho pro- 1
[loacd inslitution. Tho objoots moat to bo uoaircd
n auch a location woro m tho Hist plaoo health- t
Ftilncas; Ihon an abundant supply of tho ncccaaa- I
rio? or lifo; aud thirdly, a position easy of access, 1
ind a? nearly central as jioaalble to tho several Dio- !
ceses engaged in tho ontorpriao. Arter a frlontlly I
-omp?tit?on bctwcoii aovoral localities, each of
rvhlcb piosonted many of tho doalrotl fulynntages, ]
tho present nito waa ftxo? upon, which ls arlatoaa i
sr pioco oi labio Imidin Franklin County, Tonnes- j
noe near tho Sonlhorn lormiiiatiou ul tho Cumber- 1
land range. On this mountain top-an olovotion
nf SM mt obovo tho adjacont country, and 20O0
above tho Bea--tboro wero found, by tho commis- 1
?ionera appointed for tho purpose, moro ndvan
tngos Uian could reasonably havo boon lookod ror
in any ono placo. A aohd body of land, nino thou
Band acres in oxtont. waa ohoorftuly givon to ns;
in tho contre of which, far removed from tho ordi?
nary temptation? "ind aunoynncca of moat literary
Institutions, om Univoralty buildings woro to bo
placed. If to tho advantages of thia oxtanaivo
domain thoro bo added tho accossiblonoBS of ita
position, tba ohoapnoaa and abnndanco of tho
ncccasaricB of lifo, an almost total oxomption
rrom tho prevailing dlsoaaoe of mir olnnato.
an invigorating htmoaphoro, munerona ana
unfailing spring? of ftreoatono, llmcatono,
and chalybeate waters,' a varioty of magnificent
prospects: overlooking fortllo vauora, thriving vil?
lages, rocky BJ?TIS, cxtonslvo noodlaods, and lear
ful prociincwjMid morcovor, a pleasant Bull, with
a gently niulubirang surface,abounding with ovory
varioty of m?TBriai for building purposes; if ail
thia bo pul'togolbur lt will convincingly appear
that a moro eligible, location could hardly olao>
where bo found.
lt i?uilWA, practical qncatWn'of no llttlo Import
tancc-^ifl tho presen I cn milt ion cf our country,
that Iri oonBoquonco of tbo otto of thc Univoralty
boina plncod in tho Immediate vicinity ot ono of
tho ri ch eut figrictiilurtl ncc kiona of Midd lo lonnos
aco, tho principal oxponao of attondanco ripon
Behool, Hint of board, can hero bo aflbrdod at, n
rato far bolo? tho avortgo of existing institut iona;
BO that tho amonnI now given us will piobably bo
more than rep,aid by many, by Ibo illuiuaiahoil ex?
penso pf educating tboir oh?dron. .' ' . .
To tfiOBO natural nd vanta got, tboro waa added,,
by tho Legialalnre ofTcnnoaaoo, a charter of tho
moat ampio powers rmd provisions. , A fovf.wcoka
only ?vero occupied In . gelling up a rollablo
anbaoripUon oif four' hundred thonsand dol?
lars. Tho foundation oornor alono of OUT main
bid kling wa? laid With boco ming roUgloTia
solemnities, in tho prcaonco of rejoicing thou
UOIIIIH; nnd ovcrything hld fair fnr a successful
entrance upon ?mr proal work, wlion tho CIIUUIB
Of war mitliloiily darkened our prospects, and ito
disastrous conclusion stripped our boat friends of
tho ability lo redeem their engagements; leaving
itu with littlo moro than a fourth of tho amount,
on which wo had relied for commencing our
It had boen wisely dolerminoil from tho first.
Ihat tho principal of our subscription list should
ever i cluain un tone heil, and tho interest only bo
need for building and other purposes. Hut, in
the prcBout impovoriiihcd condition of our ?South?
ern country, wo Und lt impossiblo to collect oven I I
tho interest on tho remnant of our utihacriptlon | I
lot, while nu impatient public in unking tts to
open our doors as soon os possible, for tho rocep
llou of their sons. What can wo do, thou, but
appeal to that same public to como forward, and
helli us at ouco to oreel euch buildings a? may, in
a plain wny. accommodate, at tho outset, not less
than ono hun,Ired pupils, togothur with a com?
petent Faculty of IiiHtructors.
At tho last mooting of tho Hoard of Trasloes on
tho llltb nit., after a patient and dispassionate
survoyof our present condition, ?twas unanimous?
ly resolved, that willi tho means now in ourjios
nessiou, and tho woll-foiindod expectation of holp
from our friend s, wo would sci about at onco to OH
tnhlish u Behool, which, by tho well-known schol?
arship and ox|>oricnco of ?tn instructor?, would
Hjicoilily nssuiuo a collegiate form, and in limo ox
pand itKolf into tho magnificent proportions of our
This "High School of tho University," os it will
bo coiled, wc aim to ?mt in operation by tho cotn
uioncomout of tho noxt year, if not ut an tarbor
poriod. Hut in order thus to meet tho dcm amis of
au impatient public, wo require twonty-llvo or fifty
thoniiunil dollars in baud foi th'i erect ion of addi?
tional ImildingR with their uocossnry furniture,
i'horo ?H ulrcady on tho ground a commodious odi
HCO for thc accommodation of a Theological School
ind its Professors; and all additional buildings ne
:ossary for tho snccossful beginning of our "High
School" conld ho easily erected within tho proaont I II
fi ar, nt a cost not exceeding either of tho atinvo I tl
Mentioned sams. . With a viow to obtain that
iiiimmt, tho Hight Rovorond llit>hoi> 'of Tojir
l?iTvorHi?e10 'o "^-Y'?fl?C'fc?illistod bv tho
. . .'. .?,'??)/iia'?uunpplicatioii. as soon ai posaililo, to
he li iel id? of our Clilorpriso, and with lum, rei mi di
iblo mid activo helper, wa? associated George lo
ll.' Fairbank!), Esq,., ono of tho Lay 'l'un- ki
ooo from tho Diocoso of Tonncssoc. Thoso faith- ol
ul abri zealous agon?a of our Hoard wo now bog
oavo onrneally lo commond lo your eonOdonoo tv
iud your liberal aid. Upon that aid many a po
cvit is Ibis moment hanging his hupen of soon iii
hiding for his son? that sound instruction, that fn
internal overnight, and that moral and religious hi
ail turu which tho Church oan best pruville for cl
?hen). For wc trust thal wo aro not assuming
oo much' in Haying, that when wo proposo to
ound, for tho promotion of sound loaming, and
tudor tho vigilant guardianship of our holy roll?
-on, an institution of tho highest grado, open to
iii, thin o ia In our people, generally, snob a con
Idoucc in Ibo intelligence and stability of tho
.'burch, her well-known conservatism nnd ?le.nl
UH? ndheronco to what is primitivo and truly ov in- til
?elical in religion, as to socoro to us tho good will, fr
,nd oven tho patronado of many untadlo of hor di
Our work may oven now ho sahl to bo begun. Jo
'uv in thu confluent expectation of your generous ot
lid, several building silos hnvo already boen select- m
ul, anil tho iioieo of tho workman's hninmor ia
tourly breaking thc atillnoas nf our forests. Six
ir eight private residences will bo ready for their
iccupantu bof/oro tho arrival of tho suinraor heals;
nd wo aro looking with pleasing anticipation to a
[ny not lar distant, when, in tho language of ono
if our Ni nd bern brethren, "Thia mountain-top will
?cenme tho intellectual and social centro Of tho
'.outb, tho Ecat of reUnomuiit, culturo, clcgonco,
miall tho graces of lifo, overspread by that re?
ining, elevating, and moat enduring of all good
nliucnccs-tho 'beauty of holiness;' whoro leani?
ng and religion, thoso Hr a von -nilled spirits, which
io mau u bon id ovor 'pul asando,' shall, day by day.
hod their benign arni hallowed influence on all
mund; whoro tho enfeebled frame of tho lowlands
lay ho braced by our invigorating atmosphere,
nd families of moderate ability, by making it their
osidonco, may reap tho advantages of economy
ml health, while their sons aro receiving
rom our classic halls (ho best instruction of
?io : day, under tho oyo of tho parent, and
mid tho happy influences of family and homo.
And now, dear Irionds and brethren, after thus
citing before von tho nature and doslgn of our
intlprtaking; tho encouragements wo have to per
ovoro in its uccompliehmcnt; and tho moderato
nd judicious plans wo havo formed for putting it
a operation, wo feel Mint wo havo presented voa
.iib a definite, fea ail ile and woll ordered schomo
lia t hui t ly i lea er ves your confidence - and aid. As?
urca of tho purity of our motives, tho liberality of
ur vjowH, and tho manifold hlossings, national as | LI
roll as Individual, that must flow (rom tho euo
css oi our labors, wo oro rcsolrod, with tho Di?
me help, to foco every, diflhiilty, and exert ?very Cir
noray in tho proaooutton of our good work. In a
tko spirit, amt looking to tho "Olver of nil good"
ir bis bioseing, wo now nicko our appeal to your | rei
cai t:, and your Judtrmonts, trusting that it will
ot bo in vain.' Wo plead not for auraolvos, bnt
ar yo.ir children, your children's children, and
ho soil which you lovo. Thoso who now address
on will soon pass away ; bnt tho work
hieb bas boon so nobly and prayerfully I LI
logun will live to ondear their names
3 future g?n?ration?, and vindioato tho
igh, anil holy, and patrio?o spirit which gavo it
i rt Ii. Coming ages will acknowledge it as tho
?chest boon to tho South; and millions wlU rlao
p and bless tho memory of its carly frionas and
Tho affectionate regard which you on ter tain for
io memory of bishops Otoy, and Polk, and Fi?
nit, and thone other good and groat mon, who
riglnatod tho groat concoplioi of thia University,
nd who havo now gono lo their reward, will, wo DI
iel confident, inspiro your zeal and interest for Ul
io preservation of what may well bo doomed their |
?aoy to you.
hico moro commending our trust ivor thy Com
liaaionora to your fallest confldonco, nnd our
ghtcous cause to Him, "without whom nothing
strong-nothing is holy," wo wish you all pros
orily and happiness.
W. BL OREEN, Chancollor.
n behalf of tho Trustoos of tho Univorsity of tho
University Placo, April 10,18G7.
UNTVEBSITY PL?OB, TENN., Juno 29,1807.
b Rev. John II. Cornish :
Di:ut SIB : On tho recommendation of Bishop
uintaril, I hereby appoint you as an ngont to
ilicit, in South Carolina and tho neighboring Dio
isos, Htibscriplionn and contributions in aid of
io "University ot tho Boutb."
Rishop Quin tard boa, no doubt, informed you of
io pleasing neod wo aro nnitor at this timo, in
[dor. to prepare for a favorablo oponing of our
Hich School" in tho Fall.
Relying with confidence in ymir faithful oxecu
on of linn trust, and praying for ymir, success in
da and aU good warka,
I romain, vonrs in Christ,
W. M. OREEN, Chancellor, ?co.
|?e?m tht LaCrotic Democrat.]
omctUlng for tho Admirers or Bau Doll,
DESCRIPTION OF IT BY- BRIOK POUHROY.
AS A ll AH 1*. DALLIST.
Look at that braco nf bands, once soft and prc t
.'. now suffused with Egyptian blushoa. Look
ito tb ese optics and tell us tales of sympathy
nd look at thal Mount Tom on our right chook
....... TUstfOMl] I That ia tho row.
ll carno about Hum. kuju..?.; .?., >...... ( iH
Wshirksomo on tho system. Tao doctor said wo
cod od exorcise. Doctor known. Ho told us to
lin buuo ball; wo joined. Bought a book of in?
ti ne lions, and for tho days studied it wisoly, if
ot too woll. Thon wo bought a sugar-scoop cap,
rod belt, a grcon shirt, yellow trousers, pumpkin
olorod shoos, apapor collar and purple nock-tio,
nd, with a lot o? other de!egotss, moved gently to
ho ground. of
Thoro wore two nines. Th tuc nines were anlag- | si
i ni s t.'i. Tho ball is a protty lu tie drop of softnesH,
ho also of a gooso ogg, and flvo degrees harder
han a brick. Tlio two nines play against each
litter.' . It ia a qtilot gamo, much liko chess, only a
ittlo moro chase than chess.
Thoro was an umpire His position ia a hard
mo. Ho alls ou a box and yells ''foul." His duty
s aovbro. ri., ? ....
I took tho bat. It is a murdal otis play thing,
IcBCOodod from Pooihontas to tho hoad of John
Imltb. Tho man in front of mo was a pitohor.
Ela wa* & nice pitohor, but ho sont tho balls hot.
Tho man bohind mo was a catcher. Ho caught it,
^ho nrnpiro auld '* ploy." It is tho most radical
[day I know of, th?B baso ball. Sawing cord wood
s moonlight rambles beni do baso'ball. So tho
pitchers sont a ball toward mo. It looked protty
:oming; so I lot lt como. Then ho sent anothor.
[ hit lt wiUi tho club, and hovo it gontly upward.
Then I atarlod to walk to tho first baso. Tho ball
lit in tho pitohor, or his bands, and somebody said
ho caught a fly. Alas, poor fly I I walked lohmroly
toward tho baso. Another man took tho bat. 1
[urned to seo how ho was making it, and a mnlo
kinked mo on tho chook. Tho man said it was tho
bad. It foll Uko a mulo, and I reposed on tlio
grass. Tho ball wont on I
Protty soon tbero wcro two moro flics, and tbroo
of UH flew out. Then tho oilier ulno carno in, and
na niuo wont ,'out. Tilla was botlor. Just aa I
woe standing on my dignity in Uio loft flold. a hot
baU, ss Uioy calle,I ll, carno akyrockoting toward
mo. Sly captain yelled, "Takoitr
I hastened gontly forward to whoro tho ball waB
altnlng to descond. I have good oyo to measure
distances, nntluaw kt A glanoo whr.ro tho littlo
aerolito waa to light. I put up my hands. How
sweetly tho ball dosconded. Everybody looked-I
folt something warm in my oyo I "Muffin I" yollod
nlno'y follors. "Mufllu bo d-d I It's a oannon
ball I For throe days Fro had two pounds of raw
beef on that eyo. and yet it painoth !
Sien I wanted to go homo,' but my gent?o eap
BaSd "nay.'' . 8o I neyod and atayed. Profty
soon it was ray strike. "Ilriok to bat 1" yollod tho
umpire. I' wont, bnt not all eorono BS waa my
wont, I Tho pitoher sent In ono hip hlgb. I missed
it, 1 Ho sont Iii another neck high. It struck mo In
thOfrulloU "Poull"yolled tho umpire. Ho sont
In Ibo boll again. This timo I took it aqnaroand
sont lt down tho right field, through a parlor win?
dow-?, kofoaeno lamp, aqd rip nj! against tho bead
of ?n Infant ?bo waa qoJ?tly taking Its-nap in
bis or ita mothor'o arms. Thou I along tho bat
and meandered forth lo tho Aral baso. I htard
inlRhworasBjidlwiaod. When I slung tho bat I
I J^^itMt.DrokBn Uio Jaw of the umpiro and was
?nTho^lmonwont on, I liked it. It lu BO much
fun to run from baso to, ban? Justin time .to bo
put rmi, or to ohaso a ball ihroo-fourths of a ml o
down h?l, wbj?n, ?il WK^araccUtors yell fmumu I ; J
I ?H*ft?>*'<?:i 'j;J
"?o ill" "homo nuil" "go round again 1" or "ao
round n dozen ti rues 1" Huso ball ?a ? sweet milo
..... 111 .J Kuuu. um i uuii UKO cm lou lint for run.
Artur o rialto I gol a fnir?lip nt it. and von bot it
wont, cutting Ibo daisies down Ibo right Hold. A fat
man mid lim dug a.it in Um nlnido of an oak unlov
wg tho ramo Tho ball broko ono loo or tho .16
ind laude , Uko a runaway engine, in tho conni
roa ly of thc fal niau. Ho waa talion homo tu uta.
TbOH I wont on a doublo-quick lo tlio Hold, and
ried to atoll a hot ball. It carno toward ino from
ho bat nt thu rato or niuo idilcH a minute. I put
ip my halide. tho ball1 wont swootly singing ou itu
voy with all tho akin from my palma willi it
lloro raw beef 1
That waa an ove-ntful chap who first invented
?ano ball. It's HUCII fun. Tro playod ilvo gamea
,ud thia ia Iho rcault: '
Twcnty-Hovun dollars paid ont for tilinga.
Ono bunged oyo, badly bunged.
Ono broken little Unger.
Ono bump on tho head.
Nineteen lamo backa.
A soro jaw.
Uno thumb dislocated.
Throe sprained ankles.
l'ivo awaited logs.
Ono dialocatod ultouldcr from trying io throw n
all a tiiouaaud yarda.
Two banda raw from trying to atop hot balle.
A lump tho aizo o? a hnrnut'u nuat on thu loft
ip, weU baok. ;
A uoso swootly jammal, a |d flvo uniforms Bpoil
1 from rolling in tho dirt at tho bases.
I havo played two weeks, and don't think I Uko
JU gamo, i'll?i o is not a ofpiaro inch on, in, or
nder mo, but aches. I sleqi nights dreaming of
ut bal?n, "llyB," "fouls," and dcBCOliding "skv
lakots." I novor worked BO herd since lluth stolo
heat, aud novor waa HO lame nineo tho bunnin? or
lither. ' "
Hut 1 am proud or mv proficiency in Ibo gamo,
's lino exorm.r.-a little ??!=.. than being run
irough a threshing machine, and not much
.thor;; ..r'^.^VWyouu a7fT,,&\.tl?vtpr orator-'t
'1 vo" looked over tho scorer's book, and And tlinv
: two week? Tva brokon Keven bala, mndo ono
lily, brokon one umpire's Jaw, brokon ton win
>wu in adjoining houses, killod a baby, broke tho
gota dog, and mortally injure. 1 tho bread-ban
II. ora spectator, knocking Ilvo other pla vc rs out
! limo by slinging my bat. nnd knocked tho
atcrfall from a school mann who was slauding
fontv roda from tho Quid, a quiet looker-on.
I've usod up ll fl c o 11 bottles or arnica litiimout,
.'O bottleu of lotiona, half a raw beef, mid am so
ill of pain thnt it Booma BB ii mv bones wcro bul
-okou t nt1, and my loge tho limbs or a doad hnrso
icsiuut, instead ot thu ouco elegant trotters of
Hauling! v thiho,
P. 8.-AU ladies in ra vor nf "universal Buffering"
?o invited to join our club. ii. P.
SAD Accinr.Nr. On Wod?oadny ovoulng last,
bile Major J. H. l'an ley, ono or our worthy and
.teemed cltizonn, wan returning to his homo nt
io clune of tho day his humo became suddenly
ightonod at tho cngnu on Ibo turnout near tho
..put, aud suddenly throw him on tho ground,
'oaking his loft leg in two places near tho nuklo
int. Medical attention ws'i Immediately givon,
id though bois now doing well, it ia reared ho
ny yet loso his leg entirely.-Florence Oazelle. f$j
IVE ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK OF SOMMER
lOTHTNO, comprising LINENS, FLANNELS AND
GST WEIGHT .'WOOLLEN, al pricca which cannot
1 to satisfy all who are socking to buy GOOD GOODS
[EAP. The larger part of our Block wo manufacture,
oar own workshop), which wo warrant In every
?Vo glvo below soruo of our leading prices :
NEN SACKS at.?J, :\ 4"and G
NEN PANTS at.il 'JA. 1 BO and 3
NEN VESTS at. fl SO and 3
IECK OABHIMERB HU.TH. SACK, PANTS AND
tEY FLANNEL 8UITS, SACK, PANTS AND VEST..?7
LECK LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND.VEST... .$8
IECK MARSEILLES SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND
HITE LINEN AND DUCK H Ul TH.....Ill to 30
,ACK ALPACA SACKS.1.$3 50 to fl
DDT WEIOHT CASS1MERE SUITS, in fancy mix
turcs, and solid colors, and BLACK DRESS SUITS
ell our own nuke, at very low prices.
IRNI8HINCL GOODS, adapted to the season
3TTE SHIRTS, four qualities.$3 60,3, and
MACOLLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER
io. 270 KING STREET,
CORNEE OF HASEL,
CHARLESTON W. C.
JEA & PERRINS'
RONOVNCJSD I-'. XT II ACT
UV y/ of a letter from a
_? ?_ 11 MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
0NNOIS3EDT18 ll tt ?jTdrxvs, to bia
TO BC Tire OMI.Y x8l\v Brother at
jQSE\-.T WORCESTER, May,
iootl Siuice ^^*d^1:
^VLC "Tell LEA A PEIt
?D AJPPUOADLB Aftfg^- HI NH that their SAUCE
i ivjff.'.' ;' ls highly esteemed In In.
TO '2?t^r4- dla, aud ls, In my opinion,
?'.ri??/?"' tho most palatable, ra
?aaa? ?ravtTRTy ?f?prT? WU" an ?io meit wbolfii
OF DIBIT. xasMjWsSlB.''
Tho success of thia moat delicious and nnrivallo 1 con
merit having caused roany uorrine.plod dor ?ors to
ply tho name lo Spvriout tVsiuoundt, tho l^miJO ll
rptxtfuUy and tamitUg roques led lo coe that loo nomo
Lau A Panania are upon tba WRAPPER, I.AUEL.
COPPER and BOTTLE.
IiBA ? P E ll ll I v ? , IVoreoater.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED BTATES.
October lt? fmwlyr_
'Prevention is Better ihun Cure. "
Celebrated Proventlvo Lotion.
A PPROVED AND DIOin.Y RECOMMENDED HY
\ tho French Medical Faculty, aa the only safo and
italUbla antidoto against Infection from Special Mseaaos.
bis invaluable preparation ls suited for either BOX, and
as proved, from ampio experience, ibo most eradent
nd rallablo Preventive evor dlacovored, thus effooUng a
ealdcratum long sought for In tbs Medical World. Il
sod according lo directions every possibility of dan ger
say boavoidod; a singlo application will radically nen
?olino tho venereal virus, expel all Impurities from ilia
liBorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
io wise In Hmo. and at a very small outlay, aavo hours ol
ntold bodily and mental tormenta.
This most reliable epeelflo, so universally adopted n
ho Old World, ta now odored for salo for tho grat Unan in
.merlea by F. A. DEPORT A CO., only authorized
,gonta for tho United Btatoa. .
Price ?Sper bottle Largo botUe, donblo siac, $8.
Tho usual dtaocont to the trade. Sent, sceroroly
.aekod, on receipt of price, to any address, with dLrco
lon.andpampb?ct,by^dre?trag toupoBT ? ^
Solo Agon?a for Dr. Hlcord'o P. I?,
May 33 lyr No. 13 Gold Street, Now York.
IKDUCTIOW OF DENTAL PRICES TO HUIT
DTI. J. E. D AFR AY, DENTIST. IH NOW PREPARED
to complete tho Insertion of wholo upper or lower
iota of ARTTFIOAL TEETH, upon tho most approved
ncthod. and with the best malcri?is, at $30 per sot Par?
la.! seti In proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
lorfect Ot, anet n carn cai of finish, gu a ran trod.
All other operations upon tho Tooth porformod In a
ikillful and warranlablamanner. _? ..? ..,
Orace at hie roaidoneo NO. ? LIBERTY STREET.
lisy20 tawf _ Charlea lou, S. 0.
18 AH EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Merchante and business men try lt lor a fow months.
"No risk uo Rain." Bend on your cards and Increase
rour trade thia tatt. Thorn's nothing to equal Pnntora
Ink-lt has mads many a fortune.
Terms for tho paper-$3 per annum, In advance.
Advertisements Luaortod at Iba rato of $1 per square ot
twelve linos or loss for each Insertion.
I Gerda of ten linea or lens, at tho rata of $10 for throe
Contracta by the year or for alx months, allowing priv
Ileso of channin? on more favorablo terms. Addreaa
usgo uMuu EDWARD A. BRONSON,
?November 14 fubUstuu aaa.?'iop^icior
On Tuesday, tlio UHb Hint., by Ibo Hov. Father C. J.
'.??MUIAN. Mr. HENRY CONI.1N, of Comity Lought. Iro
?11,1 to Mi?? Kt,IZA STANLEY, third daughter . f tho
?, ' .? .LL,.A".B"a slMX ?TANUt?, o? Alhboy. County
Meath, Ireland. * *
On Thursday ovonliig, ibo 1HIU instant, by tho Hdv. E.
iVwT?...VhuVi MATU EWS, of Williamsburg Dis
ttS M %B?S* ht '"""Kial daughter of tho lato Ur.
(leo. M. CANNON, ot Mil-, itv. *
?0- Thc Itrlntlr.i. FrlrntU and Actinal nt
?ncc? of Mr. nn.l Sim. JAMES DAWSON oro respectfully
Invited to attend tho Fuoeral of tho former, from bin lalo
residence, corner or Piuclnny street and Mal Jen Laue, at
?alf-past Tlirco o'clock In-Day. 1? July'2S
tribute to tito .M. m..i y 0r .Tn ines IC. Hobin
?01?, lato President of tho Hibernian So?
At a 8pecl.il meeting of Ibo Hibernian Society, held at
heir Hall ou Tuesday evening last, tho following Prc
mule and Itcsolullous, aller soiuo lechng preparatory ro"
aarks, ? ero Introduced by tho Hon. CUAOLES H. 81
We have been specially inmmoneil iogollicr under elr
umatauees Wdll cslcuhled to All us willi sadness',
carcciy a foitnlyht liss |-asacd fluco our Pr?sident sat ot
ie head of our aocial bowd. at onco aasisUug us with
10 wisdom of his counsels, mid giving additional rest lo
ur enjoyment. To-night wo aro called to mourn bis
.sa, and to nav Ibo bat honors lo bis memory.
For many years JAMES K. ROBINSON tua -guno lu ana
ll" In Hie presence of Hil* cuninmulty, and had won
r himself no ..mall share of Ks confldenco and respect,
trrfiilly trained from lilt curliest youth in tho best
hool, tm ha I become a worthy representativo of bia
as>-tho Charleston Mordant, whoso integrity was tr
ind ipicstlon ; wliosi word WM bin bond. Ula oxc. .
ntjil'lgmi-itt, bin o.i-'.iiy e, n," ajs>>>?<vt> ?r hts .Isttim
a bustnoSI cbaVjaeUr Sad habib.. Ima , >t.i_ ,"'
willuns of trust and responsibility.
Having amassed tor bluiielf nn ampio foitnne. and be?
at A^iBc'tftcAof full Iclfttre and opportunity, ho could
ile unanimity, ha waa railed to Do ii? Prcslilcnt'" iSts
Iministratlou was moBt seccosr-fiil. Daring thu troubled
.ried ?f (ho nar ho preserved our organization, attd,
?twithslanding tho lusses and disaster* atlouding thc
dura ol peaco-owing mainly to lils exertions and lil?
licur e-our Society lo-daj Btnuilfl an prosperous os over.
Wo can all hoar lotlimooy to bis courteous dlscbargo
r Ibo diiUcs ot Ibo Chi tr; to thc unwavering and !.. Illi?
li care with which he prelected aud rostered all tho lu
rests or our Society, end lo bia unfaltering devotion to
s wei larc. lu his intimate, nasociallon with us, bo no
ired ror himself our hlgheat esteem, respect and ro>
It IB fltllng. upon thc ilt ai ] 1 ol such a msn an he was,
isl wc should give expression to our Bcnao of tho loss
Inch wo, and our whole community, havo sustained in
ls sn iden death. That wo should preservo Boroo cn
tiring evidence of our lora 'and respect fur hun whan
viog, and for our not raw upon his loss-be lt, therefore,
Rttotrttl, Thal hy tho death of our President, JAMES R.
unissON, tho Hibernian Society bas boen deprived of
ic servir?? of an able, zcalou?, and clllclcnt officer-our
munumi) ho? lost Ibo InSaouceof an upright, lutrin
'ml aud II se ful e i ll zee..
Hist wo rcBprctltilly tender to tho widow and family
our deceased President our profound and cordial
Tiuialhy with Hiern, in thia dark hour or their bereave
That a? a memorial nf oar sorrow fur his lot?, and or
ar rrrpeet for hi* virtues, a pngoorour minute book be
idleatcd to his memory.
Thc preamble and resolutions wcro then unanimously
Extract from tho minutet.
July 26 ' TilOS. O'BRIEN Secretary.
An ltlclno Dculachcn Freunde.
?ictriir?) erlaube feb mir Hf/tt HufmrrlfamTcit auf
ifbflel'crtt? f\cil[riri(ltii, 3eiirnal<, it. (. le.
Etil'fmyticncn leerten flier anarnemmcii (Ur:
.cc ?anb unb Steer Xtr S3o.ja.rr
Vcivp'aer (Vartenlaubc Sf. ?). Oontnal
91. fi. Slaati jcilung
rt. 0. 9?! e I 6 c r fl,
July 25 tbs. IUI Warft!. 31
ATaT*M K BS IIB, EDITORS:-TUSASE AN
DUNCE JOHN T. MILUOAN as a Candidate sir Shop
Of Charleston Dist tlc I, sal oblige.
THE MECHANICS AND WORKINGMEN
July IS la
03- OFFICE DEPOT QUARTERMASTER
1ARLE8T0N, 8. C., JOLT 33, 1867_Hoi lad Proposals
ll bo received at this office until 13 o'clock. M., Augutl
1, 16G7, at which time thor wLU bo opened, for SHELL. -
IG, GRADING. AND CDlTBINO ROADS on C'tsdol
area, Charleston, S. 0. Plans and Specifications ot tho
inc csn bo aeon at this Office.
Dy order of Major-Gcneral lt. 0. Tvl.vn.
T. P. MoELRATH,
July 33 0 Depot Quartermaster.
"OT-STATE OFSOUTH CAROLINA, 01IARLE8
3N DISTRICT-.CLERK'S OFFICE C. G. 8. AND C. P.
PUBLIC NOTICE.-I, J, W. BROWNFIELD. Clerk of
id Court, in pursuance of ibo Act of tho Legislature, in
ich caso nudo and provided, do hornby give public, no?
re that an ELECTION FOE SHERIFF OF CHARLES
3N DISTRICT will bo held on Monday, tho 6th af
?gust next, at all tho usual places of election through
it tho said District.
Witness my hand, at Charleston, the 2??i Juno, 1887.
J. W. BROWNFIELD, O. G. B. and C. P.
~~?ar OFFICE OF TUE CITY REGISTRAR.
3ART ESTON, July 131b, 1?C7.-As U10 Civil Authori
? havo instituted activo measures tu Improve and pcr
ct the sanitary condition of tho city, tho Rcgtatrar
auld earnestly invite tbs prompt and zealous co-opera?
nt of tho Citizens in enforcing tho samo.
They aro particularly rcqaostod to observo and ro?
ui all nuisance? or auy condition or premises pirjudl
>1 to tho pubUc health.
" Complaint Books " ora deposited at tho Lower and
ppcr Wonls Ouanl Ifoitsca for this purpose, for the
commodation ol Ibo public.
GEORGE S. PELZER, M. D ,
July 13 16 CllyHogistrar.
AW NOTICE T J BIARLNEI.8_O A.P TAINS
HD PILOTS wishing to anchor their vessels bi Aahloy
Iver, are requested not todo no anywhere within direct
ago of the heads bl lbs SAVANNAH RAILROAD
SARVES, on tho Charleston and St. Andrew's sido of
osAsliley River; by which precaution, contact with the
ibmarine Telegraph Cable wfll be avoided.
S. a TURNER, H. M.
arbor Master's Office, Charleston, February fl, I860.
^fT./AAMasliroved itself to be tho moat porfoct pre
iration for tho hair over offered tn u??.
It 1? a vogctablo compound, and contains no injurious
IT WILL RESTORE ORAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
lt will keep tho hair from failing out.
It cleanses tho scalp and makes tho hair soft, lustrous
It la a aplondid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should faU lo tue IL
IT IB RECOMMENDED AND OBED DY THE FIRST
MW Ask for Hall's Vegetable BtclUsn Hair Renewer,
ad toko no oilier. R. P. HALL A CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all Druggists. Wbolcaalo by
DO WIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KINO AND OA85TDEY,
Mayon 1 Uily* Charleston, 9. 0.
A3-A YOUNO LADY RETURNING TO HEB
ouutry home, aftor a sojourn of a few months in tho
Ry, was hardly recognized by hor friends. In place ol
i coarse, raslie, fl ash od face, abo had a colt roby com
iloxion of almost marbia am collin caa, and instead o?
w : uty- three, sho really appeared but eighteen. Upon in
miry aa to tho cause of so great a change, she plainly
old them that ano used the CIRO AM IAN BALM, and
?nstderod it an Invaluable acquisition to any lady's toilet
Jy ita uso any Lady or Ocatltxacncan Improve their por- 1
ional appearance an hundred fold. It ta simple in its
umblnatlon, as Nature herself la almplo, yet nnaurpaas
yi in its efficacy tn drawing Imparities from, also hosi?
ng, eJeanatng and bea uhf) in g (hoskin and complexion.
By ils directtellon on the cutirlo it draws from lt all ita
Impurities, kindly healing tho same, and leaving the tur?
rare ss Nature Intended lt thonld be-clear, soft, smooth
and beautiful. Price ll, asnt by Mall or Expresa, on re?
ceipt of an order, by
i J W. L CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No, 9 West Fayette Htroet, Syracuse, N. Y.
Tho only American A genia, for tho salo of the same.
Mardi 30 _ __ >T
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AGRICULT URE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Choraw, 8. C. Published weekly, by W. L T. PBINOB
. .. Tit nm OF iunscair*TTOK 1
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SATES OT ADVr.BTialNO I
OnoBquara, bra Unca cr Icu, flr?l Insertion. ..tl 63
For oaoli aubsoqncmt msertltixt. 100
All Advert! acm en te to bo dlatlnctly marked, or thai
wUl bo published until ordered ont, and charged accord ?
ta Marchan ts and o then advortlalne by the year, a tl ba?
ni dMaction on the alton ratet will bu mado,
M-WE AJIK AUTHORIZED TO AI?N?UNCE
E. M. WH1TINO, Kr,(?.. a, ? ?uidlJalo lor Sheriff of
Charleston (Judicial) Dtalrict, al tho rmi election.
?3- ELMOllE MUTUAL INSUItANOE fJOJU
PANY.-FINAL DIVIDEND IN LIQUIDATION -
CHARLESTON. JULT 17, 1KT,7.-A final Dividend of ONE
DOLLAR AND FORTY CENTS per Share will ho paid lo"
tho Stockholders from this dato until tho I5th day of Au
(rust uoxt. on which day tho Dividend Dook? and OfUco
of Ibo Company will bo closed.
Stockholders aro required lo produco their Certif?cales
of Stock, tn onlur that tho same may bo cancelled.
By order ol tho Board.
July 17 wi tbni Hoc'ry and Treas'r.
?a- NOTICE-THE UNDElcsi^
been appointed by tho Court of Equity llccelvcr of tho
Slock In Trade, and effecta of CR.VIO, TUOMEY A CO.,
Bhlp Chaudters, offers tho samo for sale at retail. Bids
will .also bo received till tho 31st Inst,, for tho rUR
CRASE OF THE ENTIBE STOCK, tho unexpired lease
ot tho Blore No. 18 East Bay, and Ibo good will of tho
concern. If not sold before tho 10th doy of August next,
tho samo will bo ottered at Pabilo Auctlon'on that day.
For particulars apply to HUOII E. VINCENT
Ju'y M "tulh Na IB East Hay.
?W NOTICE.-ALL r?lls?)Ns"lXl;7:ilTKD TO
3RAIO, TOOMEY tc CO., must nuke payment to tho
inderslgued on or before tho til nt InsL
nUOU E. VINCENT, llecclver.
J"1*30_ _ _ slulh
?ir HOI'S I HOPSI ! Hom ! ! i-.TUHT Mi
El VED. a noe lot of urlnm fr'-sh^WK^Ei^.UOPi?.
Chemist and Apntliccary,
July ll "hat? No- 1M Meelina street.
nar UEA?TIF E?Ti???r._OH KVAT??K'S LUE
ur the I IA I It positively rdstorcs gray lialr to its original
olor and youthful brauty; imparts life, strength and
;rowlh to tho wcakost hair; stops tts fjlUng out al unca;
tccps thu head clean; ls uti paralleled ns a bnlr-ilrcssitig.
told by all druggists, fashionable halr-drcrscru, sud deal
re In fancy goods. Tho trade supplied by Ibo v.hole
BARA!! A. CHEVALIER. M. I).,
Juno 8 slutbflmo New York.
KW ARTTE?CIAXJ EYE3.-AltTIFIi;LVL HU?
IAN EYES tnado to onler and Inseried^y Dr?. F.
IA UC11 and P. OOUQLEMANN (formerly employed by
IOIBSONNKAU, of Parla), No. 890 Broadway, Now York.
April ll lyr
HW THE OKAVEST MAIiADl?sl?i' "???TH
NI) EARLY MANHOOD.-HOWARD ASSOCIATIO-N
aSAYS, on Ibo Physiology of tho Passions,, and ihr
'jrrors, Abuses and Discasas peculiar to tim tl nd ago ot
jan, with Reports on now methods of treatment em?
ployed in Ulla InatllutioD. Sont lu scaled letter cn
elopes, freo of charge.
Address Dr. J. BKTLLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, philadelphia, Ps.
May 90 _ 3ino
?HT BATOHELOH'8 IJALU DYE.-THIS
ri.KN lil n HAIR DYE ls tho beat In Ibo world. The
uly (rue and per/at Dye-harmless, reliable, instan
aneous. No diasppolDtmonL No ridiculous Unta,
(attirai Black or Brown. Remedias tho ill effects of Bad
>ye>. Invigorates tho hair, loaring it soft and beautiful.
ho genuino ta signed IPiTIiam A. Batchelor. AR others
ro mero imitations, and should bo avoldod. Sold by all
) rug gists and Perfumer*. Factory, No. 81 Barcley
trott, New York.
JOS- BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
December 10 lyr
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS,
-aboratory, No. IO Crosby street, New York.
3000 Boxes, Bottles and Flasks manufactured dally.
?OLD BY ALL DRXJO 01818 EVERYWHERE
" COSTAR'8 " SALES DEPOT,
No. 48* BROADWAY, NEW YOU It,
?Tiero SI, S3 to SS alica are pnt np for Families, 8lores
hips, Boals, Public Inatltutiona, Ac, Ac.
lt ta truly wonderful tho confidence that ta now had in
very form of Pre para tiona that comos from " COB tar's "
"COSTAR'8" EXTERMINATORS-Kor Rata, Mice,
loaches. Anta, Ac, Ac "Only Infallible r?medy known."
Not dangerous to tho human family." "Rata come out
f lb ele holes to die," Ac.
"CO?TAR'? " BED-BUO EXTER M IN ATO It-A liquid,
nt np In bottles, and never known to roll.
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moths in
*urs and Woolie nu. ta Invaluable. NoUilngcau oxceed R
ar power and efficacy. Dos troys Instantly all Insects on
'butta. Fowls, Animal?, Ac.
"COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE-For Cuts, Burns,
(founds, Bruises, Broken Bit ants, Boro Nipples, Pitea ln
ll forms. Old Sores, Ulcers, and all kinds of cutaneous
ffecUons. No family should bo without IL It oxcecds
a efficacy all other Salves in uso.
"COSTAR'S " COHN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,
" COSTAR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOS
>MS-BeauUQcs tho Complexion, by giving to tho akin
soft and beautiful freshness, and* la incomparably be
ond anything now In use. Ladles of tasto and position
og ord lt aa an essential to the toilcL An unprecedented
alo ta ita boat recommendation. Ono bottlo ls always
allowed by moro. Try lt to know.
"COSTAR'8" BISHOP PU.LS-A unlvoreal Dinner
'ill (sugar-coated), and ol extraordinary efficacy fnr Cos
IVODPSS, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous snd Sick
leadache. A PUT that la now rapidly superseding all
"COSTAR'S" COUGH REMEDY-For Cough?. Colds.
Inaneness, Boro Throat, Croup. Whooping Cough, Asth
iis, and ail forms of Bronchial, and Disease i of tho
h re nt and Lungs. Address
lir.MlY ll. COSTA!.,
No. 482 BROADWAY, N. Y.
BOWIE & MOTS I',
No. 161 McnUii} street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
)LD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORK
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PIIIN ?t DOUN)
MOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Fliil'd door ?!Kr<???? "* *"
IT AVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TO
tl their usual stock of pure and fro ah
??R0PEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
EXTRACTS, A C.
3omprUirig invoices from the moat reputablo raanr>
tacturcrs. On hand, all Ibo principal
Including ProparaUona of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, fcc. a Iso, a
targe assortment ol
BU RO 10 AL INSTRUMENTS
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Oroat attention ta paid to tho IxoportaUon and esleo
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and nono other aro allowed to go ont of Um Establish?
with accuracy, and tbo puulio cnn
depend on tho utanosi rellnhlllty In
the execution of orders.
E. H. KELLERS, M.D..ll BAER.M.P.
?H PURUBITED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
13 per annum, and, hnvina a largo circulation
I Uirongh all Uiouppor and lower District? of the Stale,
.affords groat advantage a to advertiser*. ,. ._
lutes for advertising very reasonable-for which applj
lo our air cut, Mr WV. fiLlDallt, at tba Milla House,
io our .agent, aaa ??g?g> ^ ^'-j. a, flRENEKEB,
Novrmber axa*t**?and Proynticia.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
ft?lS"W'? KHHI?II1" ?lt t tltlU'KK..
(?HK??"*"; ?r. Bark FI LLB DE L'AIR, Captain
[j^r^fcvMria i H kow n ady for freight or charter,
lui M ripply to
-*W,!"_HOBT. MURK ft CO,
Killi MKKttPOOl,.-THE KINS?
^\V.?. IIo>kway, Laving a largo portiou "V li i
^pTrtTffiV" ??ff SS"f?r ?
l>on. I or I night engagements, apply to
July 20 ,1 "VS** MU,,K * CO.,
-'--_!'_Hoyco At CO.'H Wharf.
-?____'uu>,a_ Lnloii Wharf.
FOR ROCKVILLE AN I) EDLSTO'
CAPT. D. BOYLE.
Pw?fflf^i?? a?. AT NOItTlI ATLANTIC
ae::'aro,?.,ock,,i.,,M.U W,M0 - tu?
tor Freight or Panaa^o. apply on board, or to
July 2.? JXO- 'V '11,,:a OmT. Agonis.
* ' ... _ _ No. 48 Kast_llav.
' Oft NORTH ANO SOUTHEDIST?7
""WWi'l.&...!!?v?nt?iH?sm ISLA NU,
_ ~*,u '??irvi
CAPT. JAS. Ol B?MLEY,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FHOM ATLANTIC
WHARF, on Friday, tho 20th inst., at ll.',' o'clock
1. M. . v ?
Reluming leave Edlsio Sundav at III!.' o'clock A. At.
Freight received TAii Hau, and ho prepaid.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to
JNO. H. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
July 25 a
NEW Y0Rk~AND~ CHARLESTON"
FUR NILW lltltK,
TIE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
IT7TLL LEAVE FROM ADDER'S SOCTO WHARF,
VV on Saturday, tim 27th InsL, at 3o'clock P. M.
jj u- All outward Freight engagements miut bo mtdo
t tho ofUcc ol COURTENAY &> TltENHOLM. No. 44
ax .t Ray.
tf3~ For Passago and all matters connected willi tho
award business af thc Ships, apply to STREET BROTH
1RS A: CO., Ho. Tl East Bay.
. STREET nROTHERS k CO.. 1 ."""."
COUH1EXAY k TRENUOLM, J n?eal'
NEW YORK ANO CHARLESTON
Pcoplo's Mail Steamship Company.
Al Ll Ka DAYS.WEDNESDAY".
JVE ONEKA ,
CAPTAIN MARSHMAN, #
WTXL LEAVE 8CUTH ATLANT IO
' Wharf Thuridau, July 25. at-o'clock.
Uno composed of steamer* "MO
rNEKA" and "EMILY P. SOUDER."
JOHN A: THEO. O ETTY,
July 22_No. 18 East Bay.
i fit: s ri'.Asit;u
I? I T Y P OINT,
1100 TONS HURTHEN,
CAPP. S. ADKINS,
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
' WHARF, ovury TUESDAYNIQUT. at
'nine o'clock, for that port.
- For freight or passage apply ou
oard or to tho of?co of
RAVEN EL k CO., Agents.
?0R PALATKA, FERNANDINA,
JAI Tt HO VVTLLt:, AM) ALI, TUE LAND?
INGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. VIA
THE NEW ANO SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
DIT ""StT POINT,
(lino Tans Hnrinen)
CAPTAIN S. ADKINS,
.... WTLL LEAVE* MIDDLE ATLANTIO
-.WHARP, every TUESDAY NIGHT, at
' D o'clock, lor tho ahovo places, connect
- lng with Uio Georgia Central Railroad at
avannah. for Macon, Mobllo and New Orleans.
All Freight must bo paid hera by shippers.
For Freight or Passago, apply on board or at tho ofllco
f lt AV ES' ff, A: CO..
_July 13 _ _i_Agento.
IEW YORK AND OIIEMF.N STEAMSHIP
THE FIRST-CLASS U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
iTLANTIU. I NORTH? RN LIGHT.
I ALT IC I WESTERN METROPOLIS,
.oavo Pier No. 4(1, N. R" New York, every second Suf
iinfay, from Juno 16.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN,
oking passengers to Southampton, London. Havrouul
Ircmcu. at Hie fnlloirli g rates, pa j able in gold or Ita
'quivalent In currency :
First Cabin. Slid; Second Cabin, 665; Steerage, tua.
rom Bromen, Southampton and Havre to New Holli,
-trat Cabin, SUD; Second rubin. 676; Steerage, 613.
EXCURMON TICKETS OUT AND HOME-Flial
lahln, 6210; Second Cabin, 6130; Steerage, 670.
saruno Dava mon HEW rons AND DnxycN :
hmo 15 and ."J I July 13 and 27 I August 10 and 24
>ept 7 and ai | Oct. 5 and 19 | Nov. 2 and 16
For Freight or Passago apply to
ISAAC TAYLOR, President,
February 27_ly_No 40 Broadway. N. Y.
^^.viaKSTON "AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
STEAMER PIIiOT BOV....CAPT. W. T. MoNELTY.
STEAMED VANNtU.CAPT. F. PECK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL LVAVE
Charleston and Savannah evory Afomloy, Wcdnw
Joy and Friday Uorningt, st 7 o'clock. Touching at
UlcJIton on Afoiulay. trip from Charleston, and IPsanM
day, trip from Savannah. ..,._?!>??
Freight received dally I rom 0 A.M. to 6 P. M., and
DltnTton Wharfage, must be pre
^or freight or paaaage, apply to w. .
JOHN FEUOU80N, A^^^'^j^^/;^
0LAGR0RN * OONNINGUAM9. '
Agents, Savannah, Ga.
FULLER k LEE, j\_
Agents, Beaufort, 8. C.
N. B.-THROUGH TICKETS sold al the omeo of tho
Ageicy in Charleston to points on the Atlantic aud Gulf
Billrood, and to Fernandina and points on the BL John's
River. ^ 1 *
AN 1)111)1 NAN CB . ? ?
IO PBOVTDB ron THU UQUIDATIOH 0? TH? tXTnCST OM
TUB DEBT or nu cm wmon aooauxs som CAT or
Bo""?! 'ordained by Ot? kia for and AUerntn in Oily
Council atitmbUd, That for tho pnrpose of liquidating
tho Interest on the pnbllo debt of Ibo city, which accrued
on tho 80th day ol June but, 81* Per Cont, Btook, obliga?
tory on tho Corporation of tho city of Charleston, abell
bo Issued, undor tho direction of tho Msyor, to the per?
sona holding Btocka or Six Per Cent Bonds of tho city,
and e n Ulled to receive tho Interest accrued thereon at
the time obovo stated, tho said Btook to bear lntoroat
altor the rate of six per cont per annum, payable quar
torle, redeemable tn thirty years from dato: Provuled,
that no part of said Stock shall bo lasuod for
any sum leas than twenty dol?ais, or for any
fractional part of a dollar. Provided, alto,
that all suma for leas than twenty dollars and lor fric?
tional naru of a dollar ahaU be paid In city billa, ^nd,
provided furVitr, that any person bona ?de holding
Rocks ot Bli Per Cant. Doods on said 30lh day of June,
upon which interest has accrued, shall havo tho privilege,
until tho 1st day of September next of dlscounUt g snob
Interest, or any part thereof, against taioa duo by him to
tho dry on said 80th of Jone, and may receive any bal?
ance ba bia favor in city billa or nsw ato k, according to
tho amount thereof, tn manner aforesaid.
BECTIOII 2. That the form of oerllftcatea and mode ot
transfer of said stock shall bo subject to tho samo
regulations as now exist In relation to other Bli Per
cent Btooka ot the city. . , :.
IUUnod lu City Council thia lenUl day of July, In tho
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
,ltr?MV*N' P. C. OAILLARD, Mayor. .
W. H. fiairm, Chwkcf Council. ,_
July 16 I*'