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Cdtton cloned in Liverpool ni 10|d. (Tor Uplands.
Gold closed in Now York nt 130J. I
Colton cloBcd in Now York al 27037*0. Tor Mid?
Tho atatiHtica of min drinking by rrcrel.nni
aailora lu Eastern landon aliow tliat som" mon |
lUink from thirty to forty glasses of apirita dam,
anti ono aailor ovory day Imbibed lliroo lottlca of
Kin, Uiro- Ballona of beor, and several glasees of
brThoy'presic'onf3 suggestion that tho denial of
political right* to tko Southon, Staten, und io
overthrow of their respectivo govon.inon s,
nccorditiR lo tho Itcconstructio:. Acts, render tho
United Matea liablo for their dobla, ia regarded na
possessing groat force by able Republican Jurista
lu both Housos.
Colonol Siir.PAiiD, 8u[iDrintondcnt of tko Mmne
aota Central Railroad, informa Ititi Kt. Paul Pioneer
that tho rnila aro laid nix milea mmthor Owalonnn,
and that track laying ia progressing northward
from Cresco-ou both enda al tho rate or a nillo
and a hair a day. Hiero ia no doubt of a through
railroad routo from St. Paul lo Frnirio du Cliion.
There ia a great frushct in tho Mississippi nvor,
and tho water ia na high aa in 1859. Tho auapun
mon bridge and St. Anthony brldRO nro tllroalon
cd. Caaoy Island ?oom, niuo milea above
AlinncnpoliB, gavo way on Saturday nltcriioon anil
8,OOD,000 foci of logB went over tho lalla. In all
12,000,000 foot havo gono over. Tho groat Coon
Crock Boom, containing 30,000,000 feet, ia atll
Tho following waa communicated to tho Sociotj
at Paria by CHAULEB CAQUELENT : "Put a Utttt
augar In common writing iuk, and willi thia, writi
on common writing Jpapcr, oized aa UBiial. Whoi
a copy i? required, lako ?OHIO uuaized paper eui
moisten it lightly with a apongo and apply tho we
paper to tho writing and poss lightly over tho un
aizod paiior a moderately heated iron and a cop
ia immcdialoly produced."
Tho Jowa in Moldavia aro just now being ral
Jcctcd to very unjust and crud troalinont for n
other aiu llian that of boing Jowa. It appeal
that thoy havo.bean gradually crocy?jyriiBtf'a'ii
po89cuaiou of inruuvoa up tho enmity of tho Biol
M?fiaM| a decroo haa boon obtained to oxpol th
Jowa from their farina, ?ung, Ac, and thoy oro no1
being treated aa vagabonds, thrown into prisoi
and trauaportcd by forco boyond tho Danube
Vieron Uuoo, it ia announced, baa returned t
Foxia to witncsB tho pcrformauco of his now pin;,
"Hernani." Ho could havo gono to Paris at an
limo, boing includod iu tho genoral atnucaty nc
corded by NAPOLEON to his politioal oncmioB, bo
ho oncouragod an impression that bo would nc
return to Franco aa long aa NAPOLEON reigned
Huoo'a visit to tho French capital will, doubltest
put a atop to much' rhetoric, of which his ci i lo wo
Tim Kansas correspondent of tho St. Loni
Democrat thoa necountu for thc caacB of choler
at Fort Tim ker: "IL will bo rocoUoctcd that th
Smoky Hill, two or thrco weeks ago, inundated th
wholncounlry. AB tho Smoky Hill Uiver recede
to its propor channel, Inrge and deep ponda wor
left, which havo becomo-etagnnnt, filling tho ai
with noxious miasma arising from thom. To this
tn tho opinion of medical men, may bo ascribe
tho fatal di.-order almost decimating tho gorrino:
at Fort Harker."
From Lima, Peru. Juno 28, wo learn that eovc
ral roproaoutatives of tho South American ItopuL
lies in tho forthcoming CoDgro8s had arrived am
olhora wcro oxpeotod. 1'horc waa, therefore, som
probability of tho Cougrcaa finally convening
Tho principal cx-rovolutionieta wcro assembling a
Arequipa, and another diaturbanco was uonsc
qucntly expected. Everything waa quiet in lin! i via
tho last outbreak having been quelled. Trouble
however, waa expected from tho Indians. Th
Ossipee had arrived at Lima.
Santiago (Chile) correspondence:, dated Juna ll
atatea that tho Pronidonl had recommended t<
Congress tho nala of all tho vessels rocen Uv purohos
od in tho United States, as worthless and unlit, foi
service. .Tho dobatca in Cou groes wero very floree
tho minority attacking tho administration will
great vigor, and tho spectators in Uio gallarlo
hissing or applauding without regard to tho effort
of tho officers to keep order. Two oarthquak
ahocka had been folt iii tho eily, doing no Berton
Mr. War. C. WYLLY, tho father of Alderman Oro
W. WYLLY, ono of tho oldest uitizcun of Savannah
died 'orr tho 23d, aged eighty-six yearn, nim
xnontha and twonty-four days. Mr. W. waa bon
in South Carolina, but wont to Savannah in in
fancy, whero he remained during his long and usc
ful life. During tho war of 1812 ho volunteered
for tho dofonco of bia dag. For a quartor of I
' Century or moro ho was au officer in tho Clinton
Hourn-. Ho lived universally respected, and dice
Tho Pall Matt Gatetle aaya that tho lettor o
condolenco ou tho doath of tho Emperor MAXI
ifJLiAN, addressed by tho Emperor NAPOLEON tr
tho Emperor of Austria, waa to tho ioUowinj
effect: "I eond you tho expression of my condo
lenee on tho dreadful nows of tho doath of tin
Emperor MAxrarnJAN. My griof is tho moro live
ly becauso I feel tho responsibility of the painful
part I havo havo in this misfortune Hut Cod,
who penetrates our hearts/knows that I novor hail
any othor object tba* to extend to thoso distant
places tho influonco of our civilization. In doing
thiB, I havo found no noblor or moro worthy in tor
cossor than your Majesty's unfortunate brother.'
A singular trait of tho Gypsies is roporlod by
tho Dayton Journal. It seoma that aomo yean
ago a nan named BTAKLXY, tho king of tho tribu in
thia country, waa buried in great etato iu thc
Woodland Cemetery. Hinco thon no matter where
a member of tho tribe in thia country haa died, thc
remains havo bcon convoyed to thu samo placo foi
interment. Last fall and wintor four children oj
tho tribe, died in Toxaa, and tho romaina wero aonl
io tho vault in Woodland, until a aufiieiont delega?
tion from tho tribe could lae gathered to celebrate
tho ceremonies properly. Tho Dayton Journal
?peaka very woll of tho conduct of tho Gypsies iii
An officiai list of tho ocelcaiaatioal diprnitariet
now in Homo, ahowa that thoro wero prosont al
the canonization fire Cardinal DiabopB, thirty-twc
Cardinal Prioats,- nino Cardinal Deacons, ali
Patriarchs, ninety-3vo Arohbiahops, and foul
hun Ired and twenty Biahops. Tho saints canon?
ized on tho 29th wcro Blossed JonoAAPRAT E?NOE
vicn, Archbishop ; Blessed PETES DE ARDUES, anil
Blessed i?Satf1 o'? oi?btcen^om^paniona, mar.
confessors ; Blossed MADY FnANcns'of UmWoundi
of Our Lord, rind Bleesod GEM? ANA COUSIN, a pooi
Groat efforts aro being mada in Fi anea to intro?
duce atoam engines and trains on common roads
in invention or M. LABAIANMT ia said to have
solved tho difficuPy of aa-.ondlng stoop inclinos,
Whon necessary, tho two ?riving whoota aro re?
placed by othora which roduuo Um npool from
eovon milea on hour to about two. An ongino on
this principio has boon tried protty oxtonalvoly
about Paris. It roporlod to havo drown at Auz
crro a truck carrying ono nud a half tone of goo-Ja
and Iwonty-sovon persona up a hill with a riso of
eight foot in ono bund red. Tho coat of a jour n oy of
aovonty milea was lesa than ti. It la said that thia
engino can bo. controlled and manoeuvred with
Tho itov. THOMAS FrinjbrNQ SCOTT, tho Episcopal
Missionary Bishop of Oregon and Washington Ter?
ritories -liod in Now York on Sunday, 14th, after a
hriof illness. Ho foll a victim to Panama rover,
which ho contracted wbilo en route bom California
lo IS ow York. Tho deceased was formerly a Pres?
byterian minister, bat Joined tho Episcopal
Church and waa consecrated prolate of Oregon
and Wnahmghn Territories by Bishop ELLIOTT, of
Ooorgia- B ebop SCOTT was a nativo of Ircdoll
coun y/NorthCarolina. He onoa edited an eduov
tlonal joiirnal at Macon, Georgia, preached for
aomo timo at Columbus, also at Mariotta, and but
lately waa a prominent candidato for tho Bishopric
o? Georgia, mado vacant by tho death of tho learned
and I ovo J ELLIOTT.
^.^?"???VM? correspondence dated
July 13. Tho rulo of General SA-NTOS ACOSTA had
boon gonorally recognized by (ho Slates of tho
Union, tho only disturbances boing tb? rising of
two hundred mon In tho SUto of Boyaca, which ia
AcosiA'a nativo place. Tho insurrection waa
promptly suppressed. Tho State of Bolivar how?
ever, had formally declared hor connection with
tho Union sovercd until tho reinstatement of MOS?
QUERA. CaqcTl, BroinjUEDA'a nativo State, had ac?
quiesced in tho now bondition of affairs with tho
others, bul thoro waa a spirit of resistance evident
among tho lower oharas. Tho aleamor Colombia
had boou recaptured by her former commander
IIEAB, an ox-Confodorato. and ho t,",i i"^"j u
over to, the authorilicd at sin), ir .f11^ J101"
Betting?la ?pt^M^^?M0^^?. Jg"
port, and tho i/a?^^ Jf
A RurortT ON SCHOOL UIBOIPLINK, submitted to
V o Educational Convention In Itichmond, Ya., laut
weeli, ?aa pr? pared ll? G?UOtnl RoMSiT li. LEE.
Ho gives hts idea of whit* teachers oliould bo, OB
IOIIOWH: "Pho selcctiou of pm|>cr poisons for Ibo
?.nico of leac.cr ls- a matter of tho first impor?
tance, omi ns its duties require long nnd compre
betiHivo preparation, it should bo regarded ns
among tiio ino.it bonorabk and Important profes?
sion", and bc committed to thOBO whoso beneficial
iuflUOUCO and instruction shall embrace morilla
nnd religion, as well an tho Intellect. Tho leaehoi
should lie tho cxainplo of tho pupil. He ahoultl
aim nt tho highest attainable iirofleienoy, nnd liol
at a pleasing modiocrity. Unless he eau tcncl
those committed tn bis caro to Illina and to wot*
and can impart to them vigor with barning, Iber,
can bc no real advance. He miiBt study tho char
actor mid disposition or bis pupil?, und adopt bi
courso of discipliuo to their pccnlinrilicH. Abovi
nil, bc must bo uniform, consistent, ?rm, kind ii
his conduct, toacb moro by Beta thal! word*, nm
show tho children ntidor bis eburno- that hu bs
their lino interest ut heart. He should look upo
thom not onlv a? Ibo parent i of a new goneratioi
but also as hoirs o? immoilaUty, amt wlnlo pn
paring them for usefulness in this lil.i, instil ml
their impreosiblo minds principles or pioly aud ri
ligion ; for if it bo truo, ns taught by history, tbi
greatuoss depend* upon virluo, it is equally tn
that religion is tho founlain and support of vlrt'u
Should Ibo doily business of Ibo behool bo coi
\ ducted on such principles, and tho pupils 1
[ trained in tho habits of obedience, lovcrouco nt
. ?rulhfulnesB, and bo convinced thal they mo noli
I and lovely in themselves, mid t'.ioir practico man
and bonornblo, Ibo main object of education w
bavo boon attniucd. lu addition to tlioso inoi
J Inlluonecs, a teacher should ->o olothcd with I
3 Ibo authority of tho paroul in Ibo tlisohrugo of 1
duties, and bo sustaiiied by bim so long ns bo in
I minuit biB oblU to his care. That bc may bo kc
. constantly informed of Ibo conduct of his chi
weekly, quarterly and pearly reporta of bis p
v grosB should bo sont bim by tho teacher, in ?rbi
should bo staled bis abanicos, late attendance o
misbehavior. Certificates or advancement alu*
? likowiso bo givon to those who excel In studies t
conduct. Tho systems or wwiishiimnU .wdll
? . -Crvieion has to bo resorted to,
?1 sbould bo goucrally loft to tho paront. Should I
\. monition, restriction of recreation, o.e., (tau ui y
o duco tbo desirod effect, and tho pupil obstinat
?v resist tho patient expostulations of tbo leach
i, there will then bo no other rcBourco than to roti
him to biB paronls ns ono unworthy a placo in i
'' A coitions QUESTION wau discussed nt a rec
- mocting of tito British Koyal Geographical Socic
'" Bir HENRX, RAWLINSON expressed tho opinion t
J tho Sea of Aral-a body of water having au aron
23,000 squaro jgiilca, or ,thrco times tho sizo
Massachusetts- bsd no cxistonco in Ibo long
riod bolwcon ,G0O years beloro CUEIST, and
8 years alter; and tho rivera Oxus and Jaxartes, ti
flowing into it, both flowed into tbo Caspian S
8 Ho ?aid: "Ibo ira first comes into notico in
1 roven th century, and tbcao two nro spoken of
0 sovcral hundred yeats as emptying, into
''' Another chango eocms to bavo occurred bclwi
1300 and 1SO0, and Ibo rivors again flowed into
0 Caspian Sea; but nineo tba Initor date ll
r slowly changed their channels tilll thoy foi
?j au on Idol in tho Bea of Aral." -Tl ii? thc
^ was combattod by Sir RobEnicR MuncuiRON,
0 geologist, who siunning that Ibo mero nbsonct
allusion to Ibo Sea of Aral was no proof of its II
~ oxiBtenco, and citing Ibo goologieal ovidanccs t
' wbatovcr ' changos tho sea bad umlorgono tl
must bavo occurred long beforo tho hirth of 1
0 tory or traditiou. Sir HENRY RAWLINSON, in rc|
' Haiti that evidence exists ill tho writings of (liol
and loth ccnturios, that a common highway
travel from Enropo to Asia passed tl i rec Uy o
' Ibo rogion now covered by tbo waters of the A
' His opponent admitted that uucli ev id?neo wo
0 bo conclusiva. Hero tho debato eudod, with
understanding that Sir HKXIIT is to collect i
' pubbsb tho proofs of bis assortion.
TUE PALL MALI. GAZETTE saypi "On Sunday !
r London society gavo tho Viceroy of Egypt-n bi
i, taslo of its quality. 'Everybody knows that,
1 though it is very wrong for tho lovror classoi
a London to go anywhere but to church on Suu li
H or to wish to drink my. hing but water, tho ur
0 classes of tbo motropolis may wltb perfect prop
s ty amuse and refresh themselves innocently
Richmond, Grocnwich, Maidenhead, or in tbo
i. gent's Park, as much os they please. Conscqui
i, ly tho approaches to tho ' Zoological Gantons
3 crowded on - Sunday afternoons with hundred!
1 pr?valo carriages, conveying (o tbo gardons
. wealth, beauty and fashion of London, fcarf
. aud wonderfully attired. In a nish moment
1 Viceroy of Egypt was tempted hy bia c. o erinn
I repair thither too; ?4V1 as .soon as Dis highr
i wa i known to bo in tho gordons, o commotion
1 sued muob such as might bavo boon expected '.
tho lion? escaped from their cages or tho co
f capcllos got loose. Tho unhappy Egyptian
. mobbed, bustled and bunted up ono walk
> down another, un til with diflicalty bo cxtricn
. himno! f by 0 numen hat undignified flight, and
. Rained bis carriage soared and breathless. '
i gentlemen and ladies who took part in tbat emt
. might with unquestionable advsntago Uko a
I eon in tho propriatios of lifo from Mr. BEALES I
, tho roughs of London."
1 TUE NEW* TOOK Tribune sayB:. "Turkey i
' Grccco bavo both.?ont diplomatic roprosunlati
to Washington, and (boro is a report that tho
, ditional enmity which baa subsisted for ages
tireen tboso two counlrioi will Mud oxpresi
hero in a determined Eocial rivalry between tl
respectivo ministers. That is a matter al
' which wo uoed not concern ourselves, but it le
' evidence that the United Ututos aro rapidly rii
1 toa foromost position in tho community of nat i
1 and tbat tho peoples of tho old world aro lean,
to oaro a great deal moro for onr friendship t
thoy over did 1 ie h ire. Wo bavo gono. our own
so long, husbanding our resources and sile
building up our power, keeping our bands ou
! European squabbles, and permitting no fort
States to interfere with ourselves,' that whet
' tho close of our war, Europe folind us groat
formidable, iho discovery carno upon her wit
' shock of sut prise. Biio is beginning to nore
now that America is fast becoming ono of
' oliief nations of tho earth, amt that at no very
" tant day wo may oxcrt as strong an iuflucuco u
i tho destinies of tho old as wo long bavo upon
affairs of tbo now continent. |j ?
I THE PBOOSESS of tho West is described 1
? writer in tbo Cinoinnati OuicUc, who Mya
; sovonty-tbreo years ago tho first boat started 1
3 injiupiMji Mwai^ tv!* .ohio_lt.. waa' JmUafcpi
r round trip to Pittsburg, was made in nb out
weeks. At tbat.timo Cinoinnati was a moro i
tar)' post, whioh throo years aftorward only
, tamed tlvo bundrod inhabitants. Pittsburg n
i littlo nest, built away np In (ho forks of this g
high way of uatnro, and botweon these two pi
. a wilderness strotohod on oitbor side of tho ri
Sovonty-thrco years siuco and Fort Washing
with n population of two or throo bundrod, is i
cinnati with a population of 250,000; Pittubur
no longor a noat, but it is a great city; tho twi
turco dots of civilization botwoon tboso two po
have multiplied into a bund red and ton thrb
cities and villages, all palpitating with tho int
try of a froo and prosporous people. Tho sto
ors that now ply tho ?vor, could thoy all
brought togother, would moko a floating cit
which a hundrotl thousand pooplo could dwoll i
Wa Ane irniEirreD to tbo Augusta Chronicle
Sentinel for a copy of Mr. .BKKJAUIN H. Hi
Atlanta speocb. Tba publishers also announc
afow days on edition in pampblot form of
"Notos on tho Situation" by tho samo distinga
cd Georgian. Wo bavo already spoken of tl
documonta, end doprocato thoir circulation
"party tracie." Thoy cou do no good whale
hut may mislead many an honest inquiring rm
Wo bavo no quarrel with Mr. Hat, and not
Joast dosiro in tho world to imitato bia oxompl
abusing tboso who diflor with us in regard to
quostiona now agitating tho Southern States;
wo cannot see how any enlightened mau, a sta
man, can counaol tho courso ho advocates, a
moroover, upon t'jo grounds ho sdducos in
TrtE MoirrooiiKB? (ALA.) Adocrtttcr, of Joly
says ? "Tho Slato Consus of 418C0 shows tho nt
bor of whito males over 21 years of sgo to bo ll
j 000. Tho colored maloo over 21- years of ogo ni
bor 01,000. a majority ia favor of tho whites
11,000, if all woro allowed to register. It is di
cult to form an osllmnto as to tho nurabor th ?ti
bo disfranchised or unjiutly. excluded. Now va
much aa tho opportunity ia givon to a largo'no
ber or whitos to roglator, tboso who fail to do
aro criminally nogligont, no maller what maw
thoir opinion on tho quostion of Convention
accept anco of tho tonna offered by Congress, H
docs tho caso aland? Registration reports ?bi
Vi?rSn e0 at-ff* fron? n0F^ lh0 State, andatx
wioroa. ? roglatored, to 83,1
y ij? 'I ' . ' .. "fl * ....>*-: '
LiAROtST Ul KOO LATION.- Th* DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List ?f Lct
teft MUs&fstfi in the Fostoffu c at the ciul
of Ju byee?:, aijrccobly to thc following
scctity o/ the Kew Pottajficc Law, at the
newtpyw *o?W tkc lttri/cft circulation in
the City pf Charleston:
Si rnosk?'Ah'.t lin lt further cuartel. Tint lint? nt jot
town or rtllnsr; where ? now-pM-er *?B be printed,
???a?? lu r. alSf b. piiblUhrd DOM ouly lu thc nOWJpMM
wlnct l?ol??^?tibll?.lic?l weobly or otleu?r. ?luill have HM
Urcirculation within ?URO of delivery of Ibo raid
I olUco _
BB- Ail communications intended tor inplication (ii
//tis itmrmil >ii".'< br addnrsal to the hditor of th e
Jiailil KtUT, No. 18 Ifaune-strot. Marleston.& I .
Jlusiitcss Communications io Publisher of Dally
u?cannot utulertako to re'.-rn rvicctal communlca
Adrcrt'hemcnls oulrii'e of thc eily mutt be accompa?
nied with thc casli.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 95, 1807.
JOD WORK.-Wc bave now completed our
office HO as to execute, in Ibo ?hortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOR WORK, nm! wc
moat respectfully fisk tho palronngc o? our
ON TO MEXICO I
Thc very carefully prepared memorandum
which hus been published by (ho Slate Depart?
ment, III refcrciico lo tho sei/.tiro and imprison
merni er SANTA ANNA, is piouf thal M* B?w*??
intends lo bc very deliberate in deciding upai
Ibo course or nclion which Mcxicun attain uri
fust forcing upon ibo country, lt is clcur Iba
lite cautious and nalutc Secretary IIOOH not in
lettd*to expos? hlmaeir to thc ehnrgo nf toi
(rrcnt hosie itt the policy or intervention, which
ilia very plain. circnmslmicoB will bcroro lonj
.I'"' "'in lo ndopt. Mc is nnxious that lb
world shall nut bo too easily convinced. J/ifi
(bo United Si?'"~,'- , '', ,
|ny io lulrodtico themselves ns thc regulator!
of Mcxicun anarchy. So far Mr. Sr.WAitn ii
right : and even ir the Mcxicnns sec fit lo bet
tor thc lesson which SANTA ANNA lins hiuiscl
taught thora, by milking him another illuslrn
(ion oT bis own murderous practices, lite Amer
ienn Government need manifest no inicrost, nm
tho Amcrlcnu people who remember thc Alnnn
will certainly exhibit no sympathy. Indeed, i
their revolutions wore abort and quick enough
it would be n contort to Christian civilization
nnd nn unspeakable blessing to Mexico, ir lb
dozen rcrocious pretenders who uro now mus
tcring their banditli mid preparing their pro
uitiicinmcnlos, could succeed in turn, nnd shoo
each other during thc period of Ibcir short
lived successes. Dut bc that as il may, th
Mexican question is upon us, mid unless th
Kndical Congress prefers thu initiation or Mex
?co to its conquest, and 'thc establishment o
mai oliy here, by perseverance in ils scheme
or wild domestic legislation, this question wil
have taken very palpable shapo bororo nuulhe
Sccrt'lnry or Stnlc shall succeed Mr. SEWARD
Kvon if Mexico is left unmolested by forcigi
[nations, there is no prospect or n stable nm
efficient government. Ji'AllKZ is not thc con
bi il itt tonal President or what they call tho Rc
public. Already several military chieftain
are "pronouncing" Tor OIITEUA, while lb
more distinguished of thc. commanders wh<
sustained thc Kinpiro have escaped to thc motin
laina und arc longing for thc vengeance which
In their case, humanity will jusliry. Thc pres
ence or SANTA ANNA on the coast, even for i
foiv days, developed tho elementa or disalTcc
ti ni which, ir bc bas been summarily removed
can nnd will bc used by other adventurers
and, ir thc nccouuts Trout thc accursed countr;
nrc to bc relied on, thc nation seems smillei
with a delirium of blond.
A I do not know," said tho narrator, " who
my conni ry men mean. All ihcy seem to desir
is blood-blood-blood. I have seen it Sowinj
in all (bc streets or Qticrctnro, and fairly loathe)
my land. .1 h es Muled to return to my wife am
children, whom I had . not seen in four years
because. I knew that tho capital or my countr;
was to be mudo as red with blood ns was Quere
Tbc in-lit ni ions of religion have nlrcndi
been broken up, industry paralyzed, and i
system of forced loans inaugurated to austnii
this bloody -anarchy. The United Slates can
nut and will not stand by idle apectntors o
thia hideous spectacle ; ami ns soon as (he Gov
orumciit eau secure such a diplomatic ropi-e
scntalion Tn Mexico ns will supply informai im
which can bo depended on, we may cxpec
sonic i m 1 lent iou nf our foreign policy. Wbj
wc hnvo nol lind alrcndy a proper diplonmlis
nt his post, it is difficult to understand. Whci
we think or Ihc importance or haring thia mis
sion immediately filled, and tho still greatci
importance of having it filled with a man o
first-rate ability, it is impossible even lo guesi
why Mr. C.i.vrnKl.r. was aenl, or why, havinr.
boon sent, ho did not go. Tho present np
pointmcnl is admitted on all hands to ho nt toi ly
unfit, and, il ia almost certain, will bo rejectee
by thc Se?ale. The person appointed hus ti
German name which we hnvo forgotten, mn
very probably could not apcll if wc remember?
ed, and, ir thc newspaper biographers arc cor
rect, was a fow years ago tho keeper or a re?
spectable lucircr-match shop in aomo Westert
town. He beenmc a campaign orator in Hu
1'resident i ul election of 18C0, and was reward?
ed by a consulate in Mexico, where Ihofriclior
of thc revolution lias exploded him, like hil
own luoifors, into Budden and, (banka to tbi
Senate, Bhort-livcd brilliancy. If it is not vio
latlng thc " disfranchisement " of Ihn Recon?
struction Act, wo would venture to hope (ha
aomo ono win -- -.. ., ._, . .t
capable of discharging tho moat important dip
.-'--j .i-? i-... for n long timo boon con
Tided by (he country (o a foreign representa
Rut will Mexico bo loft unmolested ? It is Irui
Hint European oiTuira arc lou complicated t<
leave its monarchs free to gratify their pas
sious. Shrewd and sagacious observers SBJ
that under all tho gliltering pageantry ol
peaceful exhibitions, beneath the costly ami
ceremonious courtesy of imperial hoapilalily,
there arc gathering the clements or vast and
fierce wars, and (hat (bia gorgeous summer
will merge into a winter ot darkest discontent.
Rut oven, so ; il is scarcely possiblo Hint (he
Emperor of Austria will bo oontcnt to bargain
for Ibo body of bis murdorod kinsman, ami
cry quila with his murderers, when ho has
celebrated in St. Stephen's a mass for tho ro
pose of his heroic soul. Even so, it is nol pos?
siblo itmt tho Emperor of France, tho succes?
sor ofLoois XIV., and of NAPOLEON, can sit
in Bullen submiseion under tho most igno?
minious defeat Hint ovor baflled a boastful en?
terprise-tho ends of France defeated-tho
arms of Franco arrested at tho threat of an
imperious republic, and tho unfortunate vic?
tim who. went blindly to his fate, truBting in
French Valor and French faith, dlsorowned,
dishonored, bis failuro a by-word for republi?
can scorn, and himsolf butchered lo make a'
It' all this is patiently borne, tho prcstigo of
monoroby is gone forever. Tho failure and
death of MAXIMILIAN aro not mordy incidents
in Mexican history. Tho Mexican invasion,
if it had a purposo, mean: tho rocognilion of
the Southern Confederacy, and whets Louis
NAPOLEON shrank beforo Ibo cons?quences of
his whole plan, he scoured the failure of ile
parts. Tho execution of MAXIMILIAN was in
ono senso only tho brutal forooity of (he savages
who captured him ; bal in another senso, with
all that led to il; with all that will flow from it,
il wai tho do&anoo of Ibo new world lo tho
old-the ohallongo of Demoornoy to royalty.
For if tho monarchs of Europo wero lo com?
bino j to-morrow to avengo it, who would
?Und in Ibo path of their tongoanoe T Those ?
United States. Wli.il Iben ? Tim ixrcullutl ol'
MAXIMILIAN ?VHS cruel and cowardly; Ihecon.
?lliiou of Mexico is Midi timi no neighboring
civilization oujtlit lo permit lt to coniiim<\ IHII
it 1H equally c?rtala: tbui no Kuropean power
will lio permitted lo iiiUo possession ol' ilml
country, either to punish or reform lt. lt I*
not iiiipossihlo Hint us in oM times? crilsjatlo
rcconcilcil iMfficultics awl postponed local wins
by combining I lie ?cnlllUCtll nml power or
jealous nations Tor one commun object timi np*
[ p' -ilcil lo one common sentiment. Ho, n?>w, o
combination ol'ibo Knropean nummelis io pun*
isli Ibis great crime against their ovler would
nppenl lo Hie sentiment, concentrate I lie powei
anil reconcilo Hu> 'jealousies <?f ibo leailing
powers of KllrvpC-ul least for awhile. Hill
sncb ii combination would, sooner or later,
lend lo war willi Ibo Unit eil States. Ho?
woulil il tail tu? ls timi not A question ai
worthy of Hie consideration of Congress ns UM
Itcconslriicliou Acl. inxl bus not .Mr. SBWAKJ
un opportunity lo inaugurate II foreign policy
not only worlby nt II grout mil ion, bill oui
which may exert u grc.it nml wholesome 'milli
cuco upon Ibo ilotaeslie I roubles of Ibo conn
Hy? Woof Hie South owo nothing loth
spirit of foreign interference on (bis Couti
nenl, which fuilcd because ii hail not tli
courage to support ns, und thc North innot fcc
ilmt iiei'.irr Hm world division la not strengt!
mid ilml n nation lo lie great abroad must b
just nt hoine.
AUKSl'ECTAIII.E WI UTK ?IUI. WISH!
A SITUATION tn Mimi elilhli cn ami do ci,?.i?>*
?Mi-hi I? willing lo r?Ot nml wash kW a ?null family ; SC
ronni well recommended. Apply at No. 35 CHARLOT 1
S1UEET. 1*_July SJ
WANTKI? TO II I UH. A UKSI'KCTAIH.
WHITK DOY. ?-rn bains ecrvsul. Ho must 1
willing lo mallo Minnel! generally on. fol. Apply Ul C. !
PANKNIN, No. 123 MccUug ttrcet.
"ITIANTICD, A OBUM Al? ?mi,, TO CHI?)
VV AND WASH fur a ?niall family. Omi tpmlille
wttb satisfactory rceoiiiineudaUons, can uhlain n p.
inaucnt eltuallou. Muli lioanl nuil lodging, and lihci
wsgen, juill monlbly. i?r.?otir'-" -? "- ?mij>
WANTED-> A 1.UH.1I IC N. EVICKYWIIIC.lt
- Ladies and Gentlemen-$100 lo ?250 lier moni
tOHcUtho OENUINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY SE
INO MACHINE. Prlco only SIS. Thin Mach?n? w
?lllch. bein, fell, luck, Mud, ?nilli, braid, and omhroldi
Tho cloth cannot bo pulled apart, even atler cudi
acron? tho acorn every quarter of au Inch. Eve
Machino warranted three yearn, t-cinl for circulara a
lenin to agents, or call ut MCDOWELL'S BLOCK, ci
ncr Fourth and Oreen streets, I andaville. Ky.
UL1SS A MOLA I HUON,
N. n-re - Uh el y nono genuine unices coming throu
our odlco. -
Juno 1 lothr.lm<
T7MJR-NALE. 5 Vt HST CLASS D1I.LIA1I
Jj TABLES, HAVANAOH A- DEOK'Ell'S make, at t
Adi;er building lliulnrd Hall, comer af King and Marl
streets. C July X
ITUMI MALE, A CAUltVALI., WITH TD
1 Scala, pole and shafL Also, a set of double a
nlngla ll MIN i vs, all In good order. Can ba seen a
bargained for rash or a limo note at thirty days, ut M
"1 Lynch strecL Alay ll
TO RENT_THAT I H.silt A lu ,K UK*
DENCE, No. r,s Cannon street, near Itutlcdgo ?
ouuo, containing six upright and two attie rooms, wi
gas throughout, cistern, well, and ample kllchou acen
mo,latino". To nu opp oveil tenant, leruis modi-rat
poa?Kalon given lmmcdlatclv. Enquire at WILKINS!
A: OUVOn KILT'S LAW OFFICE. No. 48 Broad street.
fpo ?EST, RESIDE.YCE NO. H7 THAL
J. si Ul.Ll , op|ionlto Orango street, containing
Hooms. Itesldcuco No. 30 Rutledge Avcuue, nppoa
Deo street, conlaiutng 0 Rooms and every convenUin
WI I. UH li A' SON,
July 23 tulbs3 Corni r State and Chalmers streets
rpo Rat ST, A IIHICIi. HOUSE ON MOCA
_L PLEASANT, with seven rooms, pantry., drensl
room", mid large ontlmlldlngn; also, a Uno est?ril. ;
ply to WU. HIVEKS, Mount Pleasant, or Marsh il
wliarf, Charleston._sluUi July (
TO RENT, A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, ST
UATEI) on tho HOI Ui aldo of Warren a reel, next
tho I csidoncn of L. C. Clifford, H?q., lu a pl ritual a
healthy ncighliorliozd. It eontaina eight ?quain roon
willi double Piazza in front. Cistern, and requisito o
buildings. Possession given en Pith August noxt. Ten
moderate. AIM.ly to HR EWS FER At tiPHATT.
July 24 tolha_No. OS Droad stro-1
rpo HUNT, TWO FRONT KOOMI, Tl
L gothcr with kltchcu sccomiuodatioiiH. Todcalral
persons tho rent will bo moderate. For further i?rrli
lars apply at this O dice. July If
rpo ll I vi-THE TWO ANO A II ALK STOI
J. DRICK RESIDENCE, corner Society hud Meoll
?in-. I.-, having .uteri, and nubles on tho premises, s
good accoiumiKlatioiin for ncrvatitn. Hont tow. Api
lo K. HUH. Sr., No. 932 Klug strceL July I
BOAIIDING-TURKS PLEASANT KODJ
will' good HOARD can bo had on tmuicillato ap]
ration to .io. 69 CHURCH STREET, west side, m
Trodd street. Terms reasonable. Jouer
Fl Tl V I SH Ul) IfOOMS.-A FEW OEXTL
MEN can ho accommodated with Ano ainrtmci
al No. 0 OEOtlHE H HIELT. For particulars address
Hi KEPLER, No. 10 Hroad sired. 4 July 21
IJIXCELLKNT UOAItl>, AT VKUY LO
li rates, in Mic most central busiucsa port of tba cl
?A II lu mt lodging, In a privat? house, eau now be ii:
For particulars addrcxa "X. I**1 PoalolUcc, May 1;
rpnE FIRM OF j. D. UABENICHT fc BROS. W
1 dissolved on tho L'tli Msy la t, by tho death of i
J. D. UAUENICUT. H. L. HAUENICHT
July 21.18C7. C. UAUENICUT.
THE SITISL Ulm lit
WILL CONTINUE THE HUSINERS OF THE LA'
Una, at tho old stand, No. 4 TRADD STREET.
H. L>. HAIlENICnT
OA-Debts due tho lalo firm must bo IMMEDIATE!
settled up._tbatoa July 2i
j ii s so Linos j
TnE COPABTNEUSinP HERETOFORE EXISTH
under tho nsme or H. ARNOLD tz CO., wss diso.v
by Hs own limitation, on tho 1st of April last The bu
ncaa mill bo cnntiiinod by Hie subscriber at Iba C
Stand, No. 211) Meeting street, whero Mr. A. E. GAI
DEN cao bo found ready to attend to tho customers
tho ostalillsmenL it. ARNOLD.
July lat, 1807. No. 219 Meeting street
INSTRUCTION IN TRENCH.
MRS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLES TO
out during the past fifteen v ears a resident
1 ump?, ls desirous of giving instruction tn the Pren
language, eitacr at ber own residence or at tho bout
of her pupils.
Inquire at Mrs. KINNEY'S. No. 190 King street.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC
WATER COOLERS, ICE PITCUERS,
RODGERS & SON'S CUTLER!
- I C/^FTI?HINI? i^O^RLlCs?T^aTS^' "*^^*nR
1 OAST NCT8, UOOK8, CAN Es, YARNS
flEP MUSKETTS, POWDER. SHOT
^PVSSSSffSSSS0 HAi.DWARE. and
PLANTATION TOOLS, in great variety, at
MARSHALL'S nardwaro Sloro,
' No. 310 KINO 8TRETT, 3 doors below Social
July 24_ g
SICKLES ! SICKLES !
50 Daa?oa! N?' ' AN? 3' J?HT ARnIVEI> AND F?
MARSHALL'S Hardware Store,
July 21 810 KlDg "kT1, 3 uo0T beiaw Bo^e.y
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LA HOE SUPPLY OF READ'
MADP.CI.OTnrNO, sultablo tor Oenllcmun L
dies and Children, and being deal rous of diminishing ot
-Slock before tho neaaou advances too far, wo would esp
dally drew Uio stlonUnn of Ibo publio towards tho redil
Uon which will he made In our prices for tho next tn
or three woe Va from dale.
Aprly at tho DEPOSITORY.
January 20_No. 17 Chalmers strceL
OFFICE OLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLO WIN
clsuso of Section 1 of an "Ordinanco lo Itaiao Hut
plica for thoyoir 1867," la published lor tho informado
or persons solllna doods by aamplo or otherwise, who ai
not residents of ibis elly. AU such persona aro horab
noUfiod to report ai this omeo.
. i'?7"'??.rtol!?Tl011 ,ner' hundred dollars of all good
sold In this etty t >?ons not realdanls, by asm?le c
otherwise" w. ? JJnfi0
BSgH _ Clerk of connell
TO BEOOLATK TTTE STOIltcl a OP PETBOLVOlf, ITS TPC
DCOTS, airo ornan iKruitmnui o ii?.
J?^ ? Sf " onic?'nt?U>ll **i Ua-jor and Aldermen, fi
Oily Council atumbltd. Thal from and after tho 1Mb da
of Juno next, it ntiall not be Hwfnl to koch Petroleam
Karosono, Hock Oil, Dcnzlno, Bonxolo, or any olher In
nammablo oil or oils on storago'or for salo In any cell?.
S????? huttdlog eouth u, Lino atrcet, In a largoi na
Uty thsnORy gallons on any ono lot or premises, an.
any aaflb craanlTty so kept tt stored alum bo wntaTnidl
voasela of Un or other metal. -
Sa^i. That Petroleum, Hs products, or any other In
flammablo oH or o?a, when brought Into the elly by Un.1
or waler, may bs kopi on any lol orin any btuldln? ?
which cotton la not atorod, for a period not exc?ooloj
twority.four honra, upon Uio expiration of which timi, il
shall bo removed and: kept In Uio manner aa required bj
tho foregoing section. ^ '
Ssc. 3. Any person or persona violating any nari ni
thia Ordinance abad be subjoct to a Ono of two hundred
dollara. for each offonco, recoverable in any Court of oom.
polont Jurisdiction. any mun ei oom.
UaUDed in City Connell thia twenty-first day of May lo
the year of onr Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
\un\\ P. o. OAILLAHD. Hsrcir
W. H. Sinrn. Clerk nf fVnr,?n ??J'_?i
HOLTIt I'AltOl.lNA MASUXIU IIESEVO
rilUK SECOND QIIAIITERI.Y MEETING WILL BK
JL HOU? K lu Masonic ll?H. TM. Kerning, tho wita
Inst., ?I H o'clock. Mumlwra .ml csu-li'latcs swcl ? ill bu
punctual. By order of President. W. A. WILSON,
July M I A Bocrctary.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
Just luceiveil prr Hark Filio doL'All
iy J II 13 G T ,
FROM TUE OELEIIKATF.D HOUSE OF
HANDER, WKAVKR & CO.,
WO]< Y K lt ll A M l'TO N :
r\ HM OPIUM
l_T POWI?. IPROAO
bULl'H. i,'I IN] Ml
iou. rui ASH
HENRY'S M ACNES! A
ESS EN C E STB A W ll Ell ll Y
And by oilier arrivai, a completo luwortmtul of
LU BIN'S liw Al'S AND EXTRACTS
J KAN MAII1E FARINA CO LO fl NE.
G. W. AI MAR,
(TiiimisT AMI unuooittT,
CORNER K N J AND VANDERIIORST STREETS.
AT PR1VATK SALK.
CONCENTHA T E ]
T.TOU PUltlFYlNO DRINKINfl WATER. SU
JJ ROOMS, BILME WATER, CESSPOOLS. DRAIS
Ac., and for u?o lu all caica chore, a iii- ?!??-.-..- r cr dial
feclant In required. Approved by tho Mirjtcon-Cuiici
U. S. A., Washington, D C. noil for anio lu qunnllllca
null Ibu publln nt No. ra; Milln INO STREET.
MuKAY A CAMPBELL,
July 10 ?"ellon and Commission Merchants
BONDS, STOCKS AND C0UI?0N
BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Btockn of all kind.
Co option of all kind.
Bank UUIn ol all kind'.
Bought at blglioatTalcH by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
?Inly 13 Imo Broker, No. H Brood ntrcol
Brandi nt Charleston, S. C.
NO. 0 STATE STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS 1IE DRAWN WITHC
Deponit? of Speclo aro repaid lu Specio.
All olbei* l<"p<-alla aro repaid tn "Grconbacka" or
I lo nal Bank Ililli..
Deposits of any amount received from any person.
NATHAN RITT EB. Canhle
July ll .
? lil.I. Il HAN'S SIVINI
CIIAUTEnED BY ACT OF CONO HESS.
M. T. HEWITT, PrciMcnt.
J. W. ALVORD, Hn-tVlec-PrcsldonL
LEWIS CLKFII NE. Micuud Vlce-Pruidcnl.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HAURH. General I imper lor.
Hanking H olino, Pennsylvania Avenue, corner of)
street, Waa bing Um, D. C.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. i
NO. O STATE STREET.
Open every' day, 8 un days and Holidays exeep
from 10 A. M., to 2 P. M.. and from 3 to ? P. M.
DKPOSTTS OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FR
Interval pay a hin in January and July, in each year.
, I All deposita will bo repaid with interest doe when
1 - I AU tho pro?U belong to tho depositors.
Ilrancbos Imo been established In tho principal ci
I rom New York to Now C ricans, and accounts cai
transferred from on/aU ranch to another, without chi
(?.?Interrupting the lo ir rca L
InvcstmcnU arc only nudo tn securities of tho Dn
States. RICHARD H. (JUN,
Chairman Advisory Commute.
FRANCIS l?. CARDOZO,
Juno 20 Imo Castor
<S THEO. F. CHUPEIN
of .OFFICE, - - - No. ?70 KINO STREE
NEARLY OPTOOTTE HASEL.
' rTYfft MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH
- A 8ERTED at moderate prices.
ju- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by mean:
- C ll v(l HO I'll ll SI
Ni NITROUS OXYD,
iii Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for prod nein
R-? LOCAL ANAESTHESIA.
*s March 6 . tullis Qm
TUB WORLD AMIED
AT TUE W?1TOJ2UTUL UEVKLATIONB
1LAT1W viv wrvKAT ASTROLOOIST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGC
SUE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNE
She reato ros to happiness those who, from dole
events, catastrophes, orones In love, loss nf relations o
friends, losa of money, Ac, havo becomo dospondc
Sbo bringa together ihoso long acparalej, gives luton
lion eon ce nil rag absent friands or lovers, restores lost
stolen properly, tells you tho business you are b
qualified to pursuo and in what yon will be most au eec
flu, causea apcody marriages, and tells you the .very I
you wiU marry, gives you tho names, liken oas and ch
ac to rial! ea of tho person. Sba reads your very (hough
and by ber almost supernatural powers, unvalls tho di
and hidden uiysloriee of tho future. From tho atara
seo In Ibo firmament-Ibo male flo star* that overoorao
pr dominate In Ibu configuration-Irom tho aspects a
positions of tho planets and the fixed stars in tim her.v<
at tho Hmo ol birth, aho deduces tho futuro destiny
roan. Fail not to cuniuR the gr?aient Astrologist
earth. It costa you but a trifle, and you may never ?gi
havo so tavo-.ttblo au ofnorlunlly, ConsnlteUou foe. wi
likeness and ali desired lnlormillon, $1. Partios ll vi
at a distance can consuil Ibo Mad imo by mail with eqi
rafoty and naUafscltou lo themselves, aa If in person,
full and explicit chart, written ont, with all inquiries a
swore*! and likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receipt
price ebovo monlloued. Tho strictest aocresy will
maintained, and all correspondence, returned or dostr ;
ed. lleforenccsor tho higheit orJer rurnlaho.1 thoso
airing Diem. Wilie plainly the day of tho month i:
year Tn which yon were born, enclosing a small loo.
Address, Manana H. A. PERRTOO,
. . P. O. Daiwu it'll, Barrat/), N. Y.
March 30 If
o ir n ex CT, un a OF COUNCIL, I
Tho foUowing Section of" An 0rdlnan"*lo aboliah ll
omeo of Snperintondont of 8tr,eu ; to pr?vido for Kee
rStH 5S?hif??5 AUoTS' .?>> ?V"> CourirTin U
Olly of Cixarieslon Clean, and for other prirnoaee."
hareby published for the lnformaUon ofaU conked ,
For Inci duo prptecUon of tho said contractor oreo
tractor?, ? Ufurther ordained, That everr^wner loaao
.^riin?.ii? of PjE&2L$tttt
nisei, lane, ?Uey. or open court, shall on oren dj
Sunday, excepted) havo Gio dirt, nilla, garbage; oVot?i?
offal, p?aecd In front of hi. or her lot, in attarreLboT
Hit 1!.J \K?".?' f0' ?*.coatreetor, b^bJC?
seien o'clock. A. M., from Ute Ci st day ol'May toll
nm0^.o?,iN0I??,b0^n ?TS?/?? ! ? by thohour ,
n^al^ff^?r?h tho first day of November I
lng borun, or placing ariy tfrl, Nth, girWo. or OUK
nSL^ES BTRMT'J?"F. O'W. ororirt^Ca^Th
hour, above named, abail bo subject lo a una ?ot lea
loan two nor morn tliau fivo dollars, for ?ch and ever
offence, to bo Imposed by the Mayor.
Sf ? ?*" w. H. Hirmi,
?Wla_;_ Clerk of Council.
MAYORALTY OP CH ARI, ESTO N, I
1- 1_' CITY HALL, November t,lH6. J
A "'PZH^N^F^IROUBOPREIIIJITJ)T^ Ta
/*-J,urDt putri.U and Watte plac. of tho City, un
acr "Aa Aol raf the General AaaomUy, gi vi og anlhoTiP
to Lbs oil, council of ,ChartealMi to proSicjln tho raai
tor of a Fire Loan, with a ?text lo aid lo building tro tnt
2iJ,,niwt ?hereby notlfled that tba form of Bool
ror loan? can be obtained at tho office ef the C?Z\
M CetujoU, betwoen the hour? of S A. M. and 3 P. M.
Allapplicatlcm. mual bo?" 'd in lbs ?bora monttrn..
?*i?i?fa%e???,ia,lt" W,U m ?ffl? ^arfoy to^S
By order of lb? tiavrr w. H mm.
No. 219 KINO STREET
Ono door Routh Market sheet.
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
NOW IS THU TIMK TO BUY THE ?EST
- I SEASONABLE CLOTIII.Ni
EVER OFFERED IN TnUi CITY, WITH A
LAIU1E LOT OF TUE CELEBRATED
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME
Having pi rfected arrangement* with my Mai
facturera, I am nido to soil ttio entire STOCK
tbo abovo discount.
Prico of cacb ARTICLE marked in plain figur
. Juin i : n iiii u 'iJ: I ?(
CALL AND EXAMIN
Ot ll HIOCK Ol'
WHICH WE WILI, OFFEB FOR FIFTEEN DA
AT COST AND UNDER,
TO MAKE PREPARATION FOB OUR FALL ii 1 OL
LIN KS HACKS.f 1.35, S3.00 and 13
LINEN PANTS.?1.50 and ?2
LINEN VESTS.?1.60 and S3
FLANNEL HA0K8 AND PANTS.?4
CUECE LINEN BUTTS-SACK8, PANTS AND
WHITE DUCK SACKS AND PANTS.?8
DLACK ALPACA SACKS.?3.00, 5i.no and tr.
BLACK ALPACA PANTS (good artic!?).?3
Tho abovo Qoodo aro our own moko, and we warn
them equal to the beet custom work.
0. E. & A. S. JOHNSON,
No. 317 KINO S Titi II',
July 20 atnthO OPPOSITE SOCIETY ST
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKER & CHILD,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HAT
JuneU No. 103 EAST DAY.
There cometh glad tidings of joy td all.
To young and to old, to gloat and to small;
Thc beau ty which once waa so precious and rare.
Ia tree for all, and all may be fab-.
Dy Use nae of
For Improving and Beautifying tho Complexion,
Tho most valuablo and perfect preparation in use, f
giving the skin a beautiful poarlllko lint, that la on
found tn youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pii
pies, Welches. Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eropllor.
and all Impurities of tho atm, kindly healing Ibo san
loavlng tho akin white and clear as alabaster, ita a
cannot bo detected by the closaat ecrutlny, and hoing
vogotablo preparation ls perfectly harmless. It la ll
only article of the kind used by tho French, and la co
sideral by the Parisian as Indispensable to a porto
toilet Upwards of 90,000 bottles were sold during tl
I Mst year, a sufficient guarantee of Ita efficacy. Prii
only 75 cents. Bout by mall, post-paid, on receipt ol n
ordor, by _.
BERGER, 8 II UTI ? fc CO.. Chomltts,
986 lil v -T 81.. Troy, N. Y.
March 30. _
SUFFER NO MORE !
When by tho nae of DR. JOINViXLE'S ELIXIR yoi
can bo cured permanently, and at a Irising coaL
The astonishing success which has attended thia In
valnablo medicino for Physical and Nervo ns Weatnooa
General Debility and Prostration, Loss ol Muscular Ec
erny. Impotency, or any of the consequences of you tofu
mdlscroiton, lenders lt tho most valuable. nreoaraUoi
It will remove all nervous affections, depression ex.
oliemont. Incapacity to study or business, Iocs of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of lu
sanity, fia. It will rca toro tho appetite, renew iho heall!
of th ooo who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil
Voling Mon, bo humbugged no more by "Quack Doc
ton" and Ignorant in ac tl lionera, but send without delav
for tho Elixir, and be at onoe restored io health aod han.
pinosa. A pcrfoct Curo ls G naran tc od In evory instance
Prlco ?1, or four bottles to ono sddro'S S3
I One bottle ls sufficient to effect a euro in an ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOrNVlXLE'fl 8PECTFI0 PILLS, for (ba
speedy and permanent euro of aooorrhcDa. OISVL tw
U^6i*hargee, Gravel. Stricture, and atlaStaUatS^
HM Kidneys Md Bladder. Cures effected lem ont la
?S.! yl T,00??" Prepared from vogeUble exbacta
SaiitShW* CD *T '\tlem' Md n^er^nau^totti
et-miach or Impregnate tho breath. No channardiet
le noceaiary while nsing them, nor does tfitraattaa, in
joy manner Interfere with business pu? % ft
Either of (hs above-mentioned articles will ba mi ia
soy address, closely waled, arm %oitTp\?7by mall
express on receipt of ?rlceT Addrc? aOer? to
U.?h? BEUQEit, HUU1T8 A CO., CWi.U.
March!? ly Ko, 385 River .traci/TTOTTN. Y.
OmOE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, )
iS am,^^KjE?*In?*- ats la good condition and that
Z?fOP.'S?. ?V??0 ? removed aa required by Orel,
nanoo. ? Other Inapcctloaj wiU follow.
. Bf order cf Mayer OAILLASD.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
MOLASSES ! MOLASSES !
rn. MIDS, VKIIY HUPKMIIMI MCSCOVA.U MO
ly\J LASHES. Bid tn ?ii- equal lo iv.rln Mil?,
in Milln, Cuba clay, d MOLASSES.
Fur mb-bj I. A. i;N-i,mv A CO.;
J illy ? Hurl Ni?. Ml East Hay.
SK.Alt ! SliiUH!
50 '?^i-bl- I F?ittOIHK?raiV^MIAIW.
l'or nab- by J. A. KXKU1W .V CO..
inly 7? Ili-i N?. m I aal bay.
/\/-\/-\ nusiiri.4 winn; inns I.ANMMI PEU
?7\ FU Steamship Fulinl?.
corin ENAv A TRKSIIOLM.
.Inly'?A I I'HIIHI V?IIIIIV,H.
I r/l SACKS .. STOVAI.I.S MU.IN" iM iil'STA)
1 f M1 IT.Ol.'lt. Jind WrrtviH per Smith tambua Kuli
.J.-, bid*. WllrTLANIlKYHlM'. latidla?!fi Manhattan.
Paw K:IIO by STHKI.T limn III.US .V cu..
July SS I No. 71 IU~I ll..y.
IN KW UEOIM.IA AM) '! KNNESSKK
if/"\ IIA H STOVAI.I.'S I.XT'HA ?IWlllOIA FLOHE
1 ? >' ' IM Inti! nuil iHlatlirr li if.- ctn-nV family. Fl?
in nuil Sii|? r ITuur
Ml lilli?. Iiei?n>e.ai|'* I'JIII l> ll. uria I lour
SA batt* IkiiiMH nd's Family I linaria Flour
OS liailH Rain lliori'la Iroin Cv l. r-.i.ln MUK
I will now bo iii dalli n .olpt of Hm Ima lir.iuili nf
(leer, la and Tenn'?no l'I/)UII, tuul am prepared io hil
all orders al inarki I ral.-- .1. ?. ROIMOS.
July xi tiithsti SHH. I anil S Atlantic Wharf.
fr rv ItOI.I,"-AllOC I KIXTV VAItliS r.ACII.
ill Tar H al.-ni
July %\ Tmn MEBTINO Kl BEET K l: "'"'HF.
STRIPS, SIIOILDKHS, SI ?KS. Arr.
IA HOSES CHOICE KEW YOUK s. c. sinus
Wi (Minali Kl/.-).
IO hlnl?. I'rlliin Slu.'ilib r.<
Kl Milln. I'liMR C. lt. billin,
lu hliiln. Priam ILhltlea.
I" lei. Sow York H. <:. Hani".
Hui; nlul ror Halo by
LACKEY A- ALKXlNDKIt..
July 21 - ,:T" I'-O*'
HUTT li H AM) MACON.
.1 CST KHCUIVKl) PKN HTKAMKIl MAX
II ATTA S.
2r OAHRH, F.ACII CASK CONTAISINfl FJHIIT SJ?
?) LUM. box lill I THU, front? rnuii tho Hairy,
ll) hillls. Fruin: Shoulder*. And lor salo by
july ?i li No. ?OS Fast liaij_
PRIME WHITE COHN r OATS J
IT.IU K I
rr\i\/\ ninnsM I'HIMI. wniTK MH.I.INU
?JUUl J COHN, ex ateatner Falcon
WOO bu.linl* Primo Oats
IOU bbls. I i tra ami Iiw Mead Flour.
HA v r
3S0 balesPIIIMF. N. Ii. RAY.
For sale by JNO. CAMFSKN k CO..
No. ll Market street, OpptMlta Stale slr? el.
July 31_S _
CORNI COHN! COHN!
1000 Bw8*UI P,LIMK .MILR',NO <-'OK'I. '?AND
2000 bushels Yellow and Mixed Corn.
AM ... m sTiinr.:
flo sacks "flranllo Mills . FAMILY FLOUR, tram new
1C0 sorkH "OraniUi Mills" Hilra Flour, from new
100 Kocks Atlanta Mills Super and l ine Flour, from new
Kocks Augusta Mills I lour, fnnii now Wheat
Hacks J. J. Cohen's Mills Flour, rnun new Wheat
Socks Newberry Mom Milts Flour, lr.,tn new Wheal
ICU bbls. Northern Flour
60 bills. Nen flyn flour.
For sale low by STENHOUSE A CO..
July'Jt 2 N?>. 110 Eostllay.
PH I MM SMOKED IIACUN. HAMS. Pilli K TRIM
MINOS, A-c, lie., at reduced price?, in quaiillUe*
to suit purvliasern.
Apply to MrKAY k CAMPnEI.L,
Joly ll_ _. _No._ljlG Meeting street. _
JOHN MAC ?REGOR k CO.,
NOS. 17a AND IBO PEAulVST.,
IMTOnTEES. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
INDIA. SCOTCH AND KF.STUCKY IlAllOINO,
QOM NY IIAOS AND lil ill LAP SUTTAUI.E FOR WHEAT
AND COHN HACK IM; ; . I .> >. r largo and cnmplcto sloek
or KALE HOPF, embracing Wcslcni machine-made,
Hemp, Mom Ila. Flax sud Juba. Hal nu; Twines, cte., all of
which they offer al lair prices.
July S3_ _ _ 2mo
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(IM-,mi i,UAH i, xovmniin 1, 18CC.)
\V I N" E S ,
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
.Sonoma, Los Augclos and Napa.
W. II. CH AF EE, Agent.
NO. Ml EAST BAY. CUAHLFJHTON, s. C.
BOCK, anEiirtY, SWFJTT AKOELICA, MOSCATEL.
Port, Wbao miters, claret. Sonomo Urandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne (In quarts). Sonoma Chnui
pagno (in pints, 21 in a case)-in wood ami glass.
April 30 luthsCmos
fiFMufwTWILLIiiilS & CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
HA YAM STREET,
CHARLESTON, S, O,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHUnCII STREET, ?L\ni,EST0N, 8. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. m MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
May 7 _ _tutti naroo
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
rUTOBTKU ANO Iir.U.1 u IM
flue Groceries, Choice Tens, Etc.. Kfc,
NOS. 200 and203 OltEENWIClI- T" COR. OF MUHKAF,
44 Li CRIOLA "
CORNER BROADWAY A M) 17 III STREET,
THE UNDEBSIONED WILL HE PLEASED TO 8EE
his Southern frleuds. Tho choicest HAVANA SE
OARS, of all tho I cad hau brands, willi a Ronera! assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on baud.
Juno i D. OTTOLENOCI, Agent.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
C. F. V03LER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.r
Books, Periodicals and Stationory.
A lar o supply of STATIONERY
PliOTOOHAPUS, PHOTOOIIAFH ALflPTIH
POCKET HOOKS, DIARIES Tor 1807, Etc
ano and large selection or NOVELS, by tho most
eek ?rated authors. BONO DOOKS, UOOK8 for Home
Am lenients, io.
Al. tho MONTHLY M Ail AZ INKS, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, und tmlxtcriptlona ro
'eciTod 'or tho same.
Orders iran tho country aro respectfully solicited.
TFHMH I.IHVItA% NoremborB
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Rotnil Dealer
NEWBPAPER8, STATIONERY, ETC.
Nit. 537 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES ol tho Proa* alwaya on hand.
Subscriptions received and Oood* delivered Or for?
warded by Mall or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will bc promptly atierded lo.
February 28 ly
Oh t aha waa beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whoso ourling tendril,, soil entwined,
Enchained ibo very heart and mimi,
For Curling tho Bair of either Sox into Wavy
and Olo.iuy Ringlota or Heavy Maaaive
BY OKINO THIS ARTICLE LAD IH 1 AND GENTLE.
MEN oan beautify themselves a thonsand-fold
It la the only article In tko world that will curl itralght
hair, and at tho same time give lt . beautiful, glossy sp
peru-auce. Tho Crisper Coma not only curls the hau-, hilt
invigorates, besntlllcs and chanson lt; ls hlrhly and do
Ughlfully perfumed, and is the moat complote article of
tho kind over offered to tho American public The
CrUrw-r^ Conn? will bo sent to any address, sealed and
Ad J rets ell ore! ors to
" ." W. I?. OLA BK A CO., ChcmltU,
Varch 80 . 1 """t, Syracuse. N7Y.
E. M. WHITINGr,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,