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Cotton closed in Now York at 28 tor mi
Gold closed at 40?.
COBKBXIUS. VANDERBILT returns Iiis ince
Every. foj>koUaudOJ? whjcb Belfast JreJ
built, is owned by one man, tho Marquis of
gal. Every citizen bas to pay tributo to him
income for ground rent ts from- one to two nj
of dollars pe r annum.
.-8i4ty'boxes-of t be skeletons of Collen si
axe'lying on Amd?stah.Island awaiting tho c
of the burial corpsy interred in tho comet
Arlington. There are nothing left of tho n
except Che dry bones, and in some instant
legs and-aans. arc missicK. ?y - -
S g cn tl em Aft" TH Marne has Offered $10,<
building a Freewill Baptist educational insti
at the South. The condition is, that as
more shall be added by the 1st of Januar
and such additions shall afterwards be m
shall increase the' wholo Bum, principal and
est, to $40,000 by January X?18J3^ _
The Brazilian Government has found it
sary to .resort to the issue of $50,000,000
money to carry on tho war in which tho Em]
engaged "wiUi Paraguay. Taper money is
tho evil effects of war, and in its consequor
becomes the Just punishment of nations w
to war without just cause or necessity.
Dr. ISAAC S: HA?ES, who planted tho I
States flag on the nothermost known land'
globe, and thence beheld the "open Polar
and who has received from the Boyal Geogra
Society of England the Victoria Medal, and
his fellow-countrymen the mantle droppet
the shoulders of-KANE, is now Uving in New
TICILNOB & FIELDS have just published an en!
and illustrated edition of his Arctic Bead Jo
A Surveying party which left Ottawa, C.1
March last, under direction of the Governme
??certain the length of tho Ottawa River, h
turned, and reports the length of the river i
a thousand miles. They found Lake Gros
. fite hundred miles in circumference. Na vi g
f .om Lake Temiscaing to Lake Gros is im]
by numerous rapids. The source of the Ott)
said1 io be within fifty miles of tho headquart <
the Dognay. The explorers encountered
quantities of ice on Lake Gros on the 24th of
- ? Gun cotton is made serviceable for sporting
poses by a firm at Stowmarket, in England,
ihm have apphed their pulp in the form of ]
-diluted gun paper-and by rolling up fo
this paper have contrived a very neat and effc
sporting cartridge. These cartridges have
successfully used during the past winter. A
cutty in the way of susceptib?ity to injury by <
has been overcome by inclosing each charge
thin film of India rubber strong enough to i
damp, but not so strong as to oppose any obs
There were issued for the city during the
month forty marriage licenses. Of these, t vre
two were for white and eighteen for colored,
average, it appears, is somewhat above the ot
ary run, but the tendency of the market is d<
edry downward, in view of tho rapid ad vane
the "Woman's Bights" movement. An invete
bachelor, who is doing all he can to weigh d
the hymenial market, says that if this moven
. adv incas rapidly, in less than five years a mar
man will be to his wife like a chicken hawk by
dide of a bee-martin. He won't stand any eho1
According to the Roman correspondent of
Taris Liberte, the Pope of Borne, now in his 1
year, it by no means in so weak and feeble a <
dation as some recent accounts have represor
lum. The writer, under date of July 4th, says:
met the Pope yesterday outside the Angehe gi
He was on foot, accompanied by one of his ct
rime?. It gave me as much as I could do to k
np with him, be walked so rapidly. Every th
about him shows extraordinary vigor, and
longest ceremonies do not exhaust him. He ta
a walk every day on foot in the Pin ci o or outs
' On Saturday evening, a son of - ARD HEW JA<
.ow, who resides at Centre Hill, near Huds
(Sty, N. J., was charged by his mother with ste
lng twenty-five cents, and the father, in chast
mg htm, had only struck the second blow wh
the boy sank down and almost immediately exp
ed. Tile boy was but nine years old. The gr
of the father is h?tense at the fatal result of wh
he intended for the boys reformation. A diver
ty of opinion exists as to whether death ensu
from the severity of the blow or was the result
the reddon terror whioh seized the boy, as :
marka of violence were visible. Coroner WARR:
viewed the body and confined the case to Jus ti
Gen. HOWARD, some time since, suggested
plan of temperance organizations for the free
men. In accordance with this suggestion, the n
groes of the District of Columbia and Alexandr
have farmed several societies known as the "Li
coln National Temperance Associations." JOE
M. LANOSTOKE, JOHN J. JOHNSTONE, and sever
other gentlemen interested in tho welfare of tl
blacks, have been appointed an executive com mi
teeto establish these clubs through the Sont!
and a grand colored division of the temp?rant
order is to be created. The agents of the Erect
men's Bureau are also active in extending arnon
the negro children an organization called th
"Vanguards of Temperance."
Le Moniteur, of July 16, says the following let
ter baa been addressed by the Emperor to M
Rou HEB, Minister of State and of Finance :
"PALACE or THE TOTLKBTKS, July 13,1867.
MT DXAB MONBIEUB ROUHEB : I send you th
Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor in diamonds
The diamonds add nothing to the high distinctioi
which I have conferred on you during a long timi
past; but I take this means of giving to you public
ly a new proof of my confidence and my esteem. L
the midst of your numerous labors and of the un
just attacks of which you are the object, a friend!]
attention on my part will, I hope, cause you tx
forget the annoyances inseparable from your po
sjtion, and remind you only of your successes anc
of the services which you are daily rendering tc
the country. Accept, my dear Monsieur ROUHEB
the assurances of my sincere friendship.
The people of San Francisco are enjoying the
sight of "the first British iron-clad ever in the
Pacific. " She is described as being one of a class
of vessole whioh may be said to be a compromise
between the old school and the new in naval archi?
tecture. Not wholly armor-plated, nor designed
as a mere floating battery, like the turret-ships,
nor left undefended uko tho men-of-war of ten
years since, she is an adapted frigate, armed suf?
ficiently to resist the average of modern missiles,
And fast enough to save herself when tho projec?
tiles against which she is contending are too heavy
for her. With a registered tonnage of 8775 tons,
length of 297 feet, 52 feel beam, and 26 feet draught
of water ; her hull of teak and oak carriages, a five
and three-quarters inch iron plating, to protect
her engines of 800-horse power amid-ships, and
one of two and a half inches to cover?bow and
?tern,. Her crew of 500 officers and men is well
disciplined and appointed, and altogether tho
British frigate appears worthy of thtr admiration
she is receiving.
A Staff Officer, '' in the Masonic columns of the
New York Dispatch, furnishes the following :
" I give the following incident falling under my
own observation, as an instance, where the
Maaonk tie 'of brotherhood proved stronger than
tho fear of death, and more lasting than the ha?
tred of mortal foes. At the second battle of Cold
Harbor, the repulse of the Federals left tho
ground in front of the Confederate works strewn j
with their dead and wounded-th?se, lying moro
than a day under the hot July sun, dying with
thirst, begged piteously for help, but in vain, as
the Federal lines were so close that none could
leave the protection of the breast work without
being made a target for their bullets. Some
dragged themselves to tho dit-h and were hoisted
over by means of waist belts buckled together and
let down to them. At this timo, when to cross tho
works seemed certain death, two men came to
head craarters and asked permission to bring in a
wounded Federal lying in their front. They
were ref erred to the order prohibiting such reck?
less exposure, and the danger of the attempt point?
ed out They answered that the man had shown
the Masonio signal of distress, and that as Masons
they felt bound to attempt to relievo him at any i
coat. The General (B. F. HOKE) could not refuse
his consent, and at nightfall tho two wont upon i
the field, and though exposeflsto tho greatest dan- ,
ger, succeeded in bringing tbb&an safely off. He i
proved tobe a Licutenant-CwDnel, badly shot in i
the head; he waa. ca:ried to -a private hospital, I
carefully attended by Masons, and eventually re- 1
covered from bis wounds, at first considered mor- t
tah As Gen. GRANT sent in no flag of truce, but j
continued his fire upon the Confederate ambulance <
corps, his wounded lay where thoy fell, and nearly t
SU ched without help in sight of two armies; but i
the Masonic signal, feebly raised, had found a re- \
spouse in hostile breasts, and added one more to t
the many victories of Love over Death." i
THRALL MALL (?AZ??TE saya.r/'Tho Lancet ha?
?Bocgts voi^certaiu?rj:; uono^too. soon, against
|o itji^casfi?g^ndulgen$e nm?hs tho educated
Bd g^intlo, of what it justly characterizes as the
c'rniofous habit of tippling. There can bo no
oubsin tho mind o^ any who observe tbo changes
f manners in good society that this very serious
bargo is well-founded, nor must tho ladies, thong]
he Lancet delicately abstains from direct allusion
o them, be allowed to consider themselves ox
inptod from its strictures or unconcerned in its
earnings. Everything in modern custom* lentis
hat way- tho largo wine-glasses in use ut all din
tor tables; tho introduction of amiable alcoholic
brinks; tho fashion of giving claret or moselle
mp "as an adjunct to tho fivo o'clock tea table,
md at thc tuffots of ovoning partios, whore gir.8
loatod with dancing or fevered with their con
itant round of excitement, may bo seen swallovv
ng glass after glass of theso tempting and falla
:iously cool beverages in placo of thc lemonade
ind syrups, which formerly sufficed for their rc
iroshnicnt. But has thc faculty, as it is called
aothing to answer for in promoting tho pr?sent
r'ato of things? Childron are now given, by the
?'doctor's orders," au amount of alcohJ which
(vonld havo horrifiod their grandmothers. The
beer and port wiuo administered two or three
Limes a day at first disgusts, but Boon becomes
grateful to them. Almost every ono of us may
plead medical advice as tho bcgiiining of thc
habit. They say tho modern type of disease ia
low; that stimulants are requisite; and that whet h
er they prescribo chloric ethor or champagne does
not much Bignify. Perhaps not in the physical
point of view; but in tho moral ono? Surely thc
temptation to the abuse of Buch stimulants as
lavender, other, &c, is not BO great or constantly
recurring as that of wine or liquors, which aro
offered and pressed upon us wherevor we go,
Brandy now taked the place of sal volatile in the
lady's dressing-case; and the properties of gin as a
cleansing a?ont, applicable to everything, from
tho gilt-stopper of a scent bottlo to a lace flounio,
are firmly impressed on tho mind of tho waiting
maid. We would novor speak but with respect of
the noble profession of healing; but it cannot be
denied that tho peculiar temptation assailing some
of its more "fashionable" members is that of fol?
lowing rather than leading the inclinations of
Tra OFFEB OF ITALY to garrison Romo, and de?
fend it in the interest of tho Popo against the
Party of Action under GABIBALDI and MAZZINI, ?B
a proposition which must havo important conse?
quences. It will place tho Holy Father in a pecu?
liarly emba? rassing position. If he accepts it,
he will be under the control of tho bayonets
of the former which ho considers the
most hostilo to his interests. He could bear
the French occupation with serenity, because*!
it waa invited and encouraged by himself. He
has even invited tho French to return and de?
fend him against thia terrible GARIBALDI. But
Lons NAPOLEON, instead of complying, sent a
letter to VICTOR EMANUEL, with this suggestion;
"This is a case which you ought to attend to.
The parties who threaten tho Pope aro your
own subjects, and you ought to havo
power enough to keop tho peace. " The
next step in thia transaction is the offer by Italy to
garrison tho Holy City and to defend the Pope. It
ia a legitimate consequence of the condition of af?
fairs, and of tho inability of the Pope to defend
him 8elf. If be rejects thia offer he weakens the
claim which he can have upon any other Catholic
nation for assistance. He also absolves Italy from
all obligation to interfere with the designs of
the actionary party. That power, having offered
assistance in the most effective way, will havo no
cause for further interference. It ia, therefore,
entirely to tho interest of Pros IX to accept the
offer. But ho imagines that, if be does so, he will
put himself entirely in the hands of his enemies. ,
The foothold which Italy will gel in the Eternal
City will moke it tho actual master; and the de?
sign of making the Papal territories a portion of
the Italian Kingdom will bo, in effect, successful,
md the full transformation desired can only be a
trork of time.
A BILL PASSED Congress at is late session to
nake colored men eligible, to office and as jurors
n Washington.- The President pocketed the Bill,
md hence it failed to become a law. Wo have not
ibserved that a single Radical organ has launched
Ls thunders at the President's head for this omis?
ton. The message vetoing tho Supplemental Re?
construction BUL though expressed in language of
noderation and respect to Congress, drew down
rpon him a hurricane of invective and denuncia- j
:ion, but his failuro to return the Bill giving of
ice to colored men in Washington has rot soured
he temper of the most irritable Radical. Thia is
inly one of the many signs of the timo t that the
lominant party, while concerned about tho votes of
colored men, is also concerned lost they should hold
iffice. One of their leading newspapers advocates
it the North, which, however, only advocates men
>r measures when they aro in tho ascendant,
ipcoks of the contingency ot colored men being
idmitted to Congress as a "startling innovation
?pon the order of things," and apprehends "that
he result will be a general reaction against the.
^publican party in tho Northern States, for wo I
mow that there is a stronger wall of white preju- : j
li?e against the negro in the North than exists in
he South. The prejudico elected BUCHANAN in
.856, and would have elected DOUGLAS or BBECK
NBTDGEin 1860 had the Charleston Convention
sonsented to unite on either. We may expect,
hen, when the blacks assume tho political balance
>f power of ten reconstructed Southern States,
md send up their black representatives to Con
rress, that there will be a revolutionary reaction
against thom among the whites of tho North
vhich will upset the Republican party."
THE IMPORTATION of coolies to Cuba has been/ ^
emarkably brisk of late. During the week endj
ng July 30, nearly eleven hundrod were landcdi
from Cuba, many, whoso term of apprenticeship J
uta expired, are being brought to tho Southern
States. Arrangements havo been completed for
ntroducing two thousand of them into Lonis
ana alone, while we have already noted the fact
hat some New England manufactures have united
ra a plan for s : curing several thousand of theso
Ruinoso Laborers. Two or three of our coterapo
aries have directed attention to this coolie
mportation, as if it was prohibited by Con?
gressional enactment. The Now York Times,
'or example, remarks : " It ia absolutely
?ecesaary to enforce tho Law of Congre8s
rress, prohibiting the importation of coolies, as
hey will ultimately provo a sourco of annoyance
md mischief." The Herald, Uko wisc, says this
mportation is going on "in faco of tho Acta of
Congress of February 12,18G2., and July 4,18G4."
fhough we very much doubt tho feasibility of
hese importation schemes, they aro not contrary
o Law, provided tho coolies como here of their
>wn free will. There is nothing in tho Act of 18G2
0 prevent Northern or Southern capitalists from
?ngaging coolios in Havana or elsewhere. It was
>assed to prevent the trade or forciblo seizure of
?oolicB by American vessels, and expressly stipu
ates "that Kithing iu this Act shall bo deemed or
:onatrued to apply to or affect any free and volun
ary emigration of any Chinese subject ; or to any
rossel carrying euch, person or passengers on
ward the same."
THE JOURNAL DE PARIS publishos, from tho pen
)f M. WEISS, ono of its editors, a long account of
1 personal attack mado on him, in the office of
;hat paper, by ANATOLE and ALBERT DUBUY, sons
)f the French Minister of Public Instruction, on
iccount of an article which ho had inserted the
preceding day against cortain measures connected
rith the administration of their father. ANATOLE
DUBUY first struck him, and tho other brother
-.ontinued tho attack. MM. EDOUARD HEBVE and
PLANQUETTE, two other writers on tho Journal,
loaring tho noiso of tho scufflo, hurried in and
nit an end to tho scono of violeuce. Mr. WEISS
.emarke, in reply to eomo published statements,
vbich, he aay8, woro wide ot thc truth: "With my
>wn hand I imprinted my souvenir on tho checks
?f my two aggressors. I rendered oyo for eye,
ooth for tooth, in a manner which gavo mo full
icrfect and absoluto satisfaction. I will not say
hat on any other occasion I should bo contcntod
nth such summary and immodtatc satisfaction,
?ut with the DUBUY brothers it is eufiiciont." Mr
VEISS is evidently ablo to take caro of hini?cLf.
IN HONOLULU AN ingenious expedient bas been
leviscd to violate the Liccnso Law of tho Sand
rich Islands. Tho drink is a pungent acid liquid,
rcparcd by fomaloa who expresa tho juice of thc
twa root by mastication. This liquor is fearfully
atoxic iting in its effects, producing insanity. Tho
i?ovemment attempted, somo years ago, to restrict
ho salo of tho awa by only issuing a l.mitcd num
>er of licenses, and by requiring from tho pur?
chaser thc production of a physician's certificate
hat the liquor was to bo used medicinally. Theso
?ertiflcates aro prepared on Saturdays, and sold to
he first comer for twenty-five cents apiece. The
aedical profession in Honolulu have no causo to te
ery proud of its members* whon tboy combine with
he awa sellera. But do wo possoss a much supe
ior civilization? Practicing medicino and keep-J <
ur a tavern liavo not been hold to bo inconsistent,
ulging by tho tostinmiy as to tho lcspoctability
f witnc ;6cs in tho SCBBATT case.
An admirer of the BOY. HENTI? WABD BEECHER,
eliding in Troy, N. Y., has nominated that dis
inguiahed clergyman as a candidato for tho Prcsi
lencv. Air. BEECHEU'S first appcaranco in tlic
lolitical world, was as a candidato for tho post of
neaiber of tho New York Constitutional Convcn
ion, but Ilia utterances on thc exciting public
opics of tho day had been too outspoken for snc
:ess. Tho failure in obtaining thc minor office
nay bo an incentive to try ngain. At all events,
f he could bo induced to run, wc should have a
.cal '"Puritan" to head thc ticket, without any
'oar that a "blacklog" would bo associated with
tiim, a" was charged ycart? ago, against distin?
IT IS STATED that with thc view of promoting a
tasto for sacred music in tho University of Dublin,
the Board havo founded eight musical exhibitions
per annum, finable for five years. Tho exhibition?
ers will bo allowed most of the advantages of
scholars, but will have to tako part every Sunday
in tho servico of thc collego chapel. Thc first ex?
amination will bc held next November._
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-7\A? DAILY
NEWS publishes the OJkial List of Let?
ters remaining hi thc Postoffice, at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Laic, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City 0/ Charleston:
SECTION 6. And bo. it further enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any I'ostofficc in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter *-?o published once only in thc newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tho
largest circulation within range of delivery of thc said
ggr Ad communications intended for publication in
this journal must bc addressed lo the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Ifaijne-street, Cliarieston, S. C.
Business Communications io Publisher of Daiiy
We cannot undertake lo rei"rn rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of Ihe eily must be accompa?
nied with Hie cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 18C7._
JOB WOBK.-We have now completed our
office so as to execute, in thc shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
>t^ OUR RAILROAD SUBSCRIPTIONS.
A number of years ago-wo cannot tell this
present moment how many-thc city of
Charleston subscribed five hundred thousand
dollars toward the building of thc Nashville
and Chattanooga Railroad. She also, about
the same time, subscribed two hundred and
?^fty thousand dollars to the Memphis anti
!harleston Railroad. In the days of our fath
rs, when these investments were made, we
thought ourselves rich, and a million, more or
less, was a mere bagatelle. But now these
same subscriptions coet the taxpayers of thc
cjity of Charleston forty-firr thousand dollars
?nnually, a very sensible addition to a burden
already felt grievously heavy.
At the time these subscriptions were made,
it was supposed by the men who then ruled
Charleston, that we would derive vast benefits
from both these roads. But thc result, as is
well known, has shown that these anticipations
were not warranted. At the time these roads
were projected, there were five or six large
colton houses here from North Alabama and from
the part of the Valley of thc Tennessee River,
along the line of the Memphis, and Charleston
Railroad. These houses brought at least 30,
000 bales of cotton from those sections to our
port. There were other houses and agencies
here, whose influence not only brought cotton
and grain here from those parts, but also trade
to our Haync and Meeting street merchants.
But no sooner were these two railroads built,
than every house and every agent, represent?
ing North Alabama, Middle and East Tennes?
see, in our city, left hero and established them?
selves in Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans.
Our wisc city fathers and their financial coun?
sellors themselves feathered the arrow that
lamed our commerce.
Some time after this, as if determined to
make our city debt as large as that of any of j
our mammoth sisters at the North or West-as j
if a city's prosperity was guaged by thc size 1
of her debt-our city fathers subscribed one
million dollars toward building the BIuo Ridge j
Railroad, for which brilliant enterprise we J
have for years been paying, and now pay $60,- 1
OOO annually; while of benefit we have derived !
absolutely nothing; and worse than that, the
stock itself can scarcely bc considered as re?
presenting any present value. We notice by ;
the last proceedings of Council that an ordi?
nance was passed r?%eference to the Blue
Ridge Railroad, lo tho\ffcct that thc city of
Charleston will waive her right, and become
the second preferred stockholders in this road, !
together with tho State, which also has a mil?
lion, and authorized thc city to act for it, pro?
vided the President and Directors of thc said
railroad can procure subscriptions enough to
build thc balance.
We hope thc President and Directors will
at once set actively to work, ami leave no
stone unturned in order to procure thc means
necessary for thc continuance and completion j
of this work. It is due to our grievously over- J
burdened city and State, that every effort :
should be made, to prosecute this work, and
thus bring value to thc stock, that now is bare?
ly more than so much worthless paper.
Of thc two hundred and fifty thousand dol?
lars the city lost in the late demise of the
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Company,
we need not speak here. The bereavement is
too recent and too sore, to admit of being
touched upon, except in most, delicate allu?
sion. Enough for us to know wc .?hall ne'er
see that $1200,000 again.
But it was our purpose more especially to '
speak of the Nashville anti Challanooga lt. H. ;
At the last meeting of Council, thc Chairman
of the Committee on Railroads introduced a i
resolution, by the adoption of which Messrs. j
IlK.vnv COBIA and W. J. MAO RATH were ap- 1
pointed as proxies lo represent the city of i
Charleston in thc approaching election for
president and directors of thc said road, lo bc
held at Nashville on thc 1 1th instant. M essrs. I
E. W. MAUSIIAI.1, and E. WILLIS, were by a
subsequent motion, added to this delegation.
If we may judge by our Nashville exchanges,
thc affairs of this road yiusl be in very bad i
hands. A fierce and active war has been carried '
on there for some time bet wren two rival fac?
tions (Hie one in, thc oilier dying lo gel in),
charging'each other with corruption and all <
manner of bad things. Very much in Tennes?
see style. BROWNLOW and Bm KB I mi K arc |
represented on (his field by HPUNs and STBVKN
3on, thc leaders of thc two factions. If thc half i
or the tithe is true of thc corruption or mis- j
management alleged against thc incumbents, or i
of thc incapacity thc latter charge upon thc
Stcvensonitcs, it is very clear that neither party
is fit to bc in charge of a vast trust and inter- .
est, such as (he Railroad in <iucslion.
As already remarked, we know nolliing of
Ihe subject umler dispute, or of thc qualifica?
tions of tho two aspirants for dominion. We
therefore urge upon the gentlemen who have
been appointed by Council to represen! (he I
city of Cliarieston, that they will vote for those
who, they may have reason lo believe, will '
manage the road in such a manner as will cm
brace the value of thc stock, ami nt the same J,
lime bring trade to our city. This is the speci- .
fie object for which Cliarieston subscribed her I
money to this road, and thc citizens and tax |
payers of Charleston have a right to demand 1
:hat her delegales shall so act. Wc have full
:onhdencc in thc- gentlemen elected as her
proxies, and do not believe that they would ,
illow themselves to be swayed ia favor of J
;ither of the contestants.
IT ANTED-HAbOSHEN. BVERYWIIEKE
TY -Ladies ind Gentlemen-S100 lo $250 per mouth
southe GENUINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY SEW
<G MACHINE. Price only $18. This Machine will
itch, hem, tell, tuck, bind, quilt, braid, and embroider.
he cloth cannot bo pulled apart, even after cutting
TOSS thc scam every quarter of an inch. Every
.achine warranted three years. Fend for circulars and
rms to agenta, or call at MCDOWELL'S BLOCK, cor?
ar Fourth and Green Btrccts, Louisville, Ky.
BLISS k McEAT??RON,
N. lt.-Positively none genuine unless coming through
June 4 luths.1mo
I."OR SALK*-A LIGHT CA K RI AGE SUITA
L BLE for ono or two horses. Also, one second hand
oublc set harness ucarlv new. Apply to
HOLMES k MACBETH,
No. 36 Broad street
August 3 3
(ANGINES AND GUVS FOR SALE_TWO
*j STEAM ENGINES, with Shafting, MCCARTHY
;OTTON GINS, &c, complete. Terms made easy. Ap
ilyto WILLIS & CHISOLM
July 13 s4
FOR SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Scats, polo and shalt Also, a set of double and
ingle HARNESS, all in good order. Can bo seen and
largaincd for cash or a timo note at thirty days, at No.
!1 Lynch street May 17
TO RENT, A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, SIT?
UATED on tho north sido of Warren street, next to
he lesidenceof L C. Clifford, Esq., in a pleasant and
?eallhy neighborly*!. It contai us eight square rooms,
?nth double Piazza in front, Cistern, and requisite out?
buildings. Possession given on 12th August next Terms
Moderate. Anply to BREWS 1ER k SPRAT!'.
July 24 ruths No. 98 Broad street
WHARF PROPERTY TO RENT.-THE
PROPERTY for mauy years known as MORE?
LAND'S WHARF is now to rent. For further particu?
lars apply at PLANTER'S AND MECHANIC'S BANK
BUILDING, East Bay. 14 July 19
TO RENT, TWO FRONT ROOMS, To?
gether with latchen accommodations. To desirable
persons thc rent will bc moderate. For further particu?
lars apply at thia Outee. July 18
TO RENT-THE TWO AND A HALF STORY
BRICK RESIDENCE, conter Socioty and Meeting
streets, having cistern and stables on the premises, and
Rood accommodations for servants. Rent low. Apply
to S. HART, Sr., No. 33'2 King iitrect July B
BOARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good BOARD can bc had on immediate appli?
cation to No. 59 CHURCH STREET, west side, near
Tradd street Terms reasonable._June Mj^
EXCELLENT BOARD, AT VERY LOW
rates, in tho roost central business part of thc city,
without lodging, in a private house, can now bo had.
For particulars address "X. L," Postofficc. May 15
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
MRS. NICHOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON,
nut during tho past fifteen j cars a resident in
luropc, is desirous of giving instruction in thc French
Language, oitlier at her own rcsidenco or at tho houses
of her pupils.
Inquire at Mrs. FINNEY'S, No. 190 King strcot.
H. L. JEFFERS & CO.,
HAVE REMOVED TO NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
3 August 3
AIR. JAMES ADGEH, J lt..
IS THIS DAY ADMITTED A MEMBER OF OUR
FIRM. ADAMS, FROST k CO.
August 1, 1867_thBtu3_August 1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH
him, July ls ., Mr. DAVID BKNTSCHNER will carry
on busincs- hereafter under the name of LOUIS COHEN
k CO. LOUIS COHKN.
Apgnstlst, 1807 thstu3_August 1
WE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY EN?
TERED into a Copartnership under the name and
stylo of HOLMES k MACBETH, for the transaction of a
Brokerage ana General Commission Business.
GEORGE L. HOLMES.
TnE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under tho name and firm of HOLMES k STONEY
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. SAMUEL D.
STONEY is authorized to use tho uamo of the concern
m liquidation. JOHN H. HOLMES,
SAMUEL D. STONEY.
WILL CONTINUE THE FACTORAGE AND COM?
MISSION BUblNIiSS at Boyce's Wharf on his own
account SAMUEL D. STONEY.
TnE FIRM OF ALLAN k SIDDONS IS THIS DAY
dissolved by tho withdrawal of Mr. L. L. Siddons.
Either party ls authorized to sign in liquidation.
L. L. SIDDONS.
Charleston August 1,1867.
WILL CONTINUE THE JEWELRY BUSINESS AT
No. 307 KING STREET.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
August 1 .
HAVING WITHDRAWN ENTIRELY FROM THE
firm of ALLAN k SIDDONS, my friends and the
public generally aro respect.ully informed through this
medium that I will resume tho WATCH MAKING AND
JEWELRY BUSINESS, on or about Ibu 1st September, at
(io. 304 KING S I REE! (next to Mr. Druckor's Dry Goods
Bouse). All work intrusted to my care will be executed
n a faithful and workmanlike manner.
All Jewelry work which was left at thc store of ALLAN
k SIDDONS prior to the 1st of August to bo repaired,
.an bc had by calling at tho jewelry establishment of
Messrs. W. G. WHILDEN k CO., corner King and Beau
lain streets. L. L. SIDDONS.
August 2 4
BONDS, STOCKS AND COU L'ONS.
BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Stocks of all kinds
Coupons of all kinds
Bank Bills ot all kind-.
Bought at highest rales by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
July 12 Imo Broker, No. ? Broad street
LIFE MIMME COMPANY
A. A. LOW.
ULIYER H. GORDON.
8. B. CHITTENDEN.
PETER C. CORNELL
Hon. WM. KELLY.
WM. S. TINDALE.
GIL. L. BEECKMAN.
JOS. A. SPRAGUE.
RUFUS R. GRAVES.
ALEX. V. BLAKE.
JAMES S. NOYES.
RAM'L B. CALDWELL
N. S. BENTLEY.
WM. P. PRENTICE
J. H. FROTHINGHAM.
hon. S. TABER.
L ll. FROTHINGHAM.
GEO. L. WILLARD.
H. E. PIER HEP JUT.
GEO. F. TIIUMAE.
THOS. T. BUCKLEY.
HENRY A. SWIFT,
JAS. H. PRENTICE.
GEO. h. NICHOLS.
J. W. FROTHINGHAM.
WM, C. SI; ELDON.
OLIVER H. CARTER.
LEWIS B. LODER.
J. T. B. MAXWELL.
EZRA P. PRENTICE.
GEORGE L. WILLARD, President.
O. H. GORDON, Vice President.
OL <?. FLYER, Secretary and Actuary.
THE PLANS FOR BUSINESS FOR THIS INSTITU?
TION aro very liberal and attractive to those who wish
to insure their lives in a FIRS t CL \SS COMPANY. Its
business is very large and rapidly increasing, All tho
various kinds of policies aro insured on as favorable
terms os arc offered in any other good Company in the
counirv. DIVIDENDS increase with the agu of the
Policy. Non-participating rates aro lower than those of
?ny Company in tho world Losses paid in thirty days
liter due uotico and proof of death. Liberal arrange?
ments made in regard to travel. One-third of thc amount
:>: premium will bo loam d thu policy-holder if desired.
3. ALFRED CAY, General Agent.
Office in rear ol Elmore Insurance.
July 19 stuth3mo Law Raugo, Broad street.
UKIN AND INSMCE C0MPAK1
Of Richmond, Vu. *
CHARTERED FEBRUARY 24TH, l?0-COMMENCED
BUSINESS JUNE 1, int?.
Capital ami Sarplus....$308,3?G.45
THIS COMPANY INSURES BUILDINGS, HOUSE?
HOLD FURN IT i BK, COTTON, VESSELS IN
? ORT, STOCK Ot GOODS, and other property, on thc
nost liberal terms. MARINE AND LIFE RISKS l'A KEN.
J. L. HONOUR, Agent, .
August 1 thshilmo NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
170 THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLl
depilatory recommends itself an beiug au almost in
lispcnsiblu article to female beauly, ia easily applied,
loes not burn or injure (he hkiu, but acts directly on th.:
ooh?. It is warrnuted to remove superfluous hair from
ow foreheads, or from any part of thc body, completely,
otally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
km soft, smooth and natural. This is the univ article
ised by the French, and is thc only real effectual depila
ory in existence. Price 75 cents per package,' post
.aid to any address, ou receipt of an order, by
BERGER, SHOTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 iv >,-". 035 Kivcr st>i TroV( N y
The Greenville Mountaineer
[S PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $150 PEP
year, in a lvance. Advertisements inserted at usual
ates. G. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor and Proprietor
HARLKST?.V TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCI
,4 TTEXD THE REGUHE MONTHLY MEETING AT
ti. Society'l. Hell 7A?'? Evening, at 6 o'clock.
Ry ord ei. S. D. HUTSO N,
August 3 1 Secretary.
PUBLIC MEETING AT HIBERNIAN HALL,
4 T THE REQUEST OF MANY CITIZENS MR.
t\. ARMSTRONO, Special A?cut of tho Unicn Rc
mblican Congressional Committee, will address a public
nceting, at HibornUu Hall, This Erenin'j, at 8 o'c'ock.
C'.tizo s generally arc invited tu alt mi.
August 3 1
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION
will be held at the Ko.mis, King street, This (Katur
Jay) Evening, at half-past 8 o'clock.
?V. AV. PEMBERTON,
August 3 1 Recording Secretar}-.
Lillis CH I CO,,
No. 248 Kins Street,
Between Hasel and Market Streets.,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INATTE THE ATTEN?
TION of tho public to their vory extensive assort?
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
NOW ON ILAND,
And which is offered at very low rates,
CONSISTINO, IN PAST, OF :
PRINTS, OINGHAM8, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS,
ah widths, qualities and prices, in Brown and Bleachod.
Our stocl. of DRESS GOODS, Coverings, Hosiery and
Housekeeping Goods is very largo, and worthv tho atten?
tion of those in need of such.
Par?ct?ar attention is request d to our very large stock
af LINEN SHEETINGS, ot ah widths and qualities, to?
gether with a splendid lot of Bobinct Lace and Pavilion
Gauze, which aro offered very low.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 King Street.
LOUIS COHEN. DAVID BENTSCHNER.
August 1 _ _thstuS
j. & P. COATS'
In Fancy Boxes, with their well-known
FIFTY SHADES OF COLOR
In each Box of five Dozens.
For Sale by tho PACKAGE, ot" 100 Dozens,
JOHN & HUGH MCHINCLOSS,
Sole Agents in New York.
July 16 mwsl3
SPECIAL TELEGRAM FROM THE
WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.
NEW YORK OFFICE, No. OS BROADWAY.
No. 331 KING-ST., COR. LIBERTY,
General Agent for South Carolina and Florida.
July 30 tutbs?
CORNER BROADWAY AND17TH STREET,
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
his Southern friends. Tho choicest HAVANA BE?
GAUS, of all the leading brands, with a general assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on hand.
June 4 D. OTTOLENGUI, Agent
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - - No. 273 KING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE IIASUL.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN?
SERTED at moderate prices.
JBS- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March J tilths Omo
? PROPRIETOR CF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
A FINE LUNCH
Servod Kvorv Day,
FROM II TO 1? 1-3 O'CLOCK.
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ot 8i>otlr.>vood Hotel, Richmond.
Tolcgraph ami Railroad Offices in Rotunda ol' llotol.
June 17 Gmo
STEVENS HOUSE, NOM. 21. S3,XS ANO 27
Broadway, N. V.. opposito Bowling Green-I n the
European Plau.-THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the travelling public. Tho location is es?
pecially suitable to merchants and business men; it is in
close proximity to the business part of the city-is on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The STEVtNS HOUSE hus liberal accommodation for
over 300 mu sis-it is well furnished, und possesses every
modern improvement tor the ..omfort and entertainment
of its inmates. The rooms ore spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with gas and water-the attendance ls
prompt and respectful-and the table is generously pro?
vided with every delicacy of the season nt moderate rates.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, w.?
ar-j ena) tito offer ex. ra facilities for thu comfort and
pleasure ..f our guests. GEO. E. CHASE A CO.,
May 28 Gmo Proprietors.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS iWIN?.
OJIice No. 147 Meeting ita t.
CONNE C TIONS
Every attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOn AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CIT?
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 Augusta. Ga,
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS!
_, slreet to No. 77 CHURCH STREE*, near SI.
Michael's Alley. August ttl
JIMMI1 ORPHAN'S HOM.
AUGUST ?1st, 1807.
CAPITAL PRIZE $50,000.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12; HALVES. $6; QUARTERS, $3;
Great Extra Scheme,
SEPTEMBER 4th, 1867,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
TICKETS, SI. $10 will purchaao a Packago of ten
Tickets, liable to draw $30,000.
All Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
AU Prizes Cashed at this Office.
tS" Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
oidcrs by simply enclosing money with full address.
jag- AU orders for Tickets, Sclieraes, and information
to be addressed to JAMES KERR,
Lock Box No. 684, Charleston, F. C.
Office: No. 20 BROAD STREET. Imo August 3
No. 213 KING STREET.
WE OFFER FROM THIS DAY OUR ENTIRE
STOCK OF YOUTH'S AND BOY*' SUMMER
CLOTHING at COST.
?tome SUITS of Flannel and Mellon Cloths, slightly
damaged, at less than half of original cost ($3 j er suit).
They rango ia size from 1 to 12 years of age.
The balance of Gentlemen's SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING, at Cost Wees.
40- Call early and make your selections.
GEO. LITTLE dc CO.,
No. 213 KING STREET.
Remember tho Store. ws? July 24
N G. PARKER,
LATE PARKER & CHILD,
13 KA LEE IN
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
Juno 14 No. 103 EAST RAY.
No. 219 KING STREET,
One door south Market street.
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THE BEST
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY, WITH A
LARGE LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Having perfected arrangements with my Manu?
facturers, I am ablo to sell thc cntiro STOCK at
tho above discount.
Prico of each ARTICLE marked in plain figures.
July 25 Imo
4'Prevention is Better than Cure. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
1 PPRO VED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
J\. the French Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
infallible antidoto atfalnst infection from Special Diseases.
This invaluable preparation is suited for either sex, and
luis proved, from ampio experience, Hie most efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long sought for in the Medical World. It
used according to directions every possibility of danger
nAy be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralise thc venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Be wise in time, and at a very small outlay, save hours of
untold bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable sp?cifie, so universally adopted In
the Old World, is new offered for sale for the first time in
America by P. A. DUPORT A CO., only authorized
Agents for thc Puitcd States.
Price $3 per bot?e. Largo bottle, double size, $5.
The usual discount to the traie. Sent, secure]v
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet, by addressing hi
F. A. LUPORT fe CO.,
Sole Agento for Dr. Blend's P. L.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Cold Street, New York.
HUE JIU AN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
CITY HALL, November 9,186fi. 1
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN THE
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of tho City, nn
dor "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to tho City Council of Charleston to proceed in the mat
tor of a Pin Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," aro hereby notifiod that thc form of appli
cation for loans eau be offlained at the office of the Cleri.
of CouncU, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M
AU appUcA?ons must hoi* d in the above mentioned
office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to con?
sider the Barne.
By order of the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk of Council.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Ol KA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
?5 IOU ING and for sale, by
August3_1_T. TUPPER k SONS.
OQ QQQ PBIME GBEY BBICK F0B 8ALE'T0
Apply to ' SHACKELFORD k KELLY,
August 3 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
SUGAR ! SUGAR ! SUGAR !
A f\ TIERCES GOOD GROCERY 8UGABS
T"" 60 hhtbi Centrifugal Molasses. ^3
40 hluls Superior MUSCOVADO MOLASSES.
For salo by j. A. KNSLOW k CO..
August 3_2 _No. 141 East Bay,
^ A fl fl BUSHELS PRIME VIRGINIA CORN, IS
0\J\J\J bags and bulk, ex sehr. "Wenonah."
For salo by T. J. KERR k CO.
August 3 3
FLOUR AND SYRUP.
Qfifi SACKS SUPER AND EXTRA FLOUR
0\J\J 25 barrels Portland Syrup.
For sale by 8TREET BROS. k CO.
CORN ! CORN ! CORN ! ?
LANDING EX STEAMERS SEA GULL AND
9JQQ cORN^8 PBIME MABYLANI> MILLING
1300 bushels prime Western Corn.
IN STOKE .
1000 BUSHELS PRIME YELLOW CORN.
For sale low by STENHOUSE k co.,
July 30_No^lio East Bay.
FLOUR ! FLOUR! FLOUR!
1 ?fi SACKS AND HALF SACKS FAMILY FLOUR
lOV/ from the Granite Mills, Augusta, Geo. This
Flour is ground expressly for families, and is warranted
to be second to none manufactured in the Sc nth. A
regular supply will be kept on band during the season,
and will be sold in lots, at mill prices, adding freight,
drayage and tax.
"2kX80 jjf STORE '
160 sacks BAKERS' FLOUR, saine mills
"70 sacks low priced Flour
125 bbls. low priced Flour. For sale by
STENHOUSE & CO,,
July 29_No. 110 Huit Bay.
PRIME 8MOKED BACON, HAMS, PORK TRIM?
MINGS, &c., &c, at reduced prices, m quantities
to suit purchasers.
Apply to McKAY k CAMPBELL,
July ll_No. 136 Meeting street
r f\ f\ (\ BUSHELS PRIME WESTERN MIXED
?vUU CORN, landing per schooner Myrover. For
sale by W B. SMITH k CO.,
August 1_Napier's Range.
mROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH
For sale at _
July 23 Imo MEETING STREET ICE HOUSE.
PRIME WHITE AND WESTERN
MIXED CORN, OATS, HAY AND FLOUR.
2500 *C0R?J8 CH0ICE WHITE MILLING
3000 bushels Primo Western Mixed Corn
000 bushels Prime Oats
300 bales Prime N. R. Hay
150 I arrels Extra and low priced Flour.
For aale by JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
No. ll Market street, opposite State street.
August 2 2
NORTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA
AND TENNESSEE FLOUR.
IAM NOW PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS EITHER
for export or home consumption, at market rates,
with the BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR, put up in barrels,
half and quarter bags, direct from thc Mills. Will also
furnish BRAN AND SHORTS. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN MAC GREGOR & CO.,
NOS. 178 AND 180 PEARL-ST.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
INDIA, SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY BAGGING,
O?NNY BAGS AND BURLAP SUITABLE FOR WHEAT
AND CORN SACKING; also, a large aud complete stock
of BALE ROPE, embracing Western machine-*nade
Hemp, Manilla, Flax and Jute, Baling Twines, etc., all of
which they offer ot fair prices.
July 23 2mo
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(INCORPORATED NOVEMBER 1, 1866.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
HOCK, SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Port, Wine Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne (in quarts), Sonoma Cham?
pagne (in pints, 24 in a case)-m wood and glass.
?IM. WILLIAMS & CO.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHTJBCn STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
May 7 tuths3mo
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
Il?POBTES ANO PEAI.EB IN
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. Kte,
NOS. 260 and262 GREENWICH-oT,, COR. OF MURRAY,
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by tho ase of DR. JOINVTLLE'S ELIXIR you
can be cured permanently, and at a trilling cost
The astonishing success which has attended this in?
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness.
Ueneral Debility and Prostration, Loss of Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthfu.
iudlscreiion, renders it tho most valuable preparation
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts ot ?eli destruction, fears of in?
sanity, kc. It will restore the appetite, renew tho health
of those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tors" and ignorant piactltioncrs, but send wit bout delay
for the Elixir, and bc at once restored io health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cure is Guaranteed in every instance.
Price SI, or lour bottles to ono addre-is *3,
One bottle is suuleient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for tho
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections cl
the Kidneys und Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the
stomach or impregnate tho breath. No change of diet
is necessary while using them, nor docs their action in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Prue $1
Either of tho above-mentioned articles will bc rent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHUTTS A: CO., Chemist*,
March 30 ly No. J?5 River circe?. Troy, N. Y.
i WHIR NPHiM.N.
CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED
WATERING PLACE, having gone to great expense
siuco the hut season, in changing the position of and re?
pairing the COTTAGES, grading the Walks and erecting
new Buildings, together with many other improvements,
will open THE SPRINGS tor the reception ot visitors on
Saturday, June 1st, 1867.
Being situated in thc northwestern part of the State,
in a country remarkable for its beautty and healthful?
ness, these, together with the virtues ot the Waters, make
it ono of the most desirable WATERING PLACES in the
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINGS are the White and Blue Sulphur, and
Chalybeate, and they possess all tae finest qualities of
these waters, and are sovereign remedies for all diseases
of the LIVER, BOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS are accessible by any of the roads lead?
ing to Salisbury, N. C., and at that point the Western
North Carolina Railroad will convey visitors to Hickory
Station, at which place conveyances are always in attend?
ance to take them to THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of tho Medical College of Virginia, will bo
at THE SPRINGS the entire Season, and invalids may
rely upon good attention.
Having again secured tho services of Mrs. WRENN.
and made ample arrangements for keeping a GOOD
TABLE, and the best Winos, Liquors and Segars, and
having engaged Smith's Baud for die Season, we safely
promise to aU every convenience for pleasure, comfort
and amusement that may be desired.
BOARD PER MONTH.SCO O?
BOARD PER WEEK. IS OO
BOARD PER DAY. 3 00
Children nndcr 7 years of age and Ser?
vants Half Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dies and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before the season advances too tar, we would espe?
cially draw the attention ol' the public towards the reduc?
tion which will bo made in our pneos for tho next two
or three weeks from date.
Apply at thc DEPOSITORY.
January 29 No. 17 Chalmers street.