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Cotton closed lotrcr in Now York nt 28 conta for
Middling Upland?. Cold closed at 411.
Cottou closed in Liverpool at lOjd. tor Middling
boots aro blocked by inaoliinory Iii Paris. This
invention, however, unfortunately not only blaek
ons tho shoes, but tho stockings and trousers of
Tho pooplo bf Kennington, Vt., will colebrato
tho anniversary of tho revolutionary batllo at that
place, on t?o loth inst., in au appropriate innu
nor. Speakers from nbtoad havo beon engaged
for tho occasion, among thom Hon. HOBACE
rho domago inflicted on tho |>eacli crop by tho
lato storm will probably provo lo many housekeep?
ers ono of its most serious effects. Tho Wilming?
ton (Ucl.) (,'azrltr says a gontlentan in that Htato,
who has largo orchards, cal ima tes thal ho will loso
four thousand bankets. Dut incrcasod prices ire
expected tn consol? tho owners of orchards fur tho
ile Urne i iou of a portion of thoir erops.
Al thu foot uf the Lincoln lamb, thoro is a
notice uilllUHIicitlg "?5 finn to wi ito upon or de?
face this tomb or to pluck wild flowers in these
grounds." Yet, regardless of this well-in en ni nj;,
if ungrammatical injunction, and in doflanco of all
rules of decency, divers shabby wretches have al?
ready scrawlod their names upon tho brick-work,
and oven upon tho marnie door of tho tomb.
i ? Kenon \V. I,, lin KI.ti, tho originator of tho order
or tho Knights of tho Golden Cirilo, diod at Balti?
more, a row days siuco, aged 52. Ho waa a native
of Virginia, n graduate of tho London Medical
Uc ive rai ty, and a roan of conBidorablo loaming.
Ho was confined during tho war, ns a political
prisoner, iu tho Ohio Penitentiary, Port Lafayette,
and Fort Warron, and was in prison altogotbcr
about tbroo years.
Tho reports from Sauk county, Wis., bop dU
trict continuo to bc favorable, no lice, or vermin, or
scourge being reported. A leading bop-buying
firm estimates tho crop this year in Sauk county
at tim o inilln.ii pounds, ngaiust uuo million last
year. In Hontheim Michigan tho lico aro enid to
bo making havoc with tho hop vines, and not moro
than a two-thirds crop is expected, which will
tond to make prices good in Wisconsin.
Tho palace of Torvnoron, wboro tho Empross
CnAiux>TTE of Moxico in at prosont res-ding,
belongs to tho belgian Btato domain, and was
placed by law at tho disposal of tho royal family.
Boforo tho Itevolution of 1830 it was occupied a
part of tho yoar by tho Princes of tho House or
Orange, and has boon prosorvod iu tho samo atato.
The furniture hos not been changed, and visitors
aro still shown tho Bplondid ball-room aud tho
apartmonts of tho family of Holland.
Tho Al lei lin n in tho west division of Chicago
havo challenged thoso or tho north and south
divisions to a gamo or baso ball any day Hus
month. Tho latter accopled Saturday afternoon.
A Chicago paper, in announcing tho match, says
tho zoal of tho Common Council in providing
amusement for the pcoplo ot tho city is bayoud all
praise. They not only aro willing to oxpond tho
people's money, but they offer sublimely to sacri?
fico themselves for this purpose.
A city called Choyonuo bas boon laid out on tho
lino of tho Union Pacido Railroad of tho Platte,
which, it is sup posed will bo tho metropolis or tho
moro northorn Plains. It is located on Crow Crook,
twonty-uvo miles below tho ltocky Mountains, at
tho baso ol tho Black Hills, on tho hoad waters or
tho Platte. This is tho railroad company's town
a second Altuona-wboro thoy intond putting np
foundries, mnchluo shops, otc, to cost $1,000,000.
Tho lots soil for from $200 to (COO, and several hun?
dred havo arcady bonn sold.
We leam from tho Now York Oazelle that the
most fashionable danco now in vogue in England
is tho cotillion. This old danoo revived has crea?
ted a porfect/tii'Ore in thu raahionablo world, tho
Pr inc o or Wales having set tho examplo in lilting
and dancing it. Masks, comical beads, dominoes,
mirrors, dieu, cushions, balls, caps, hoops, may?
poles, garlands, banuors, flags, orders, cartis,
bows and bolls, souvenirs, aurpriBCS, golden fruit,
allegorical d?ricos, aro somo of tho most popular
A dispatch from Omaha represents that a battlo
lasting six hours bad boon fought bctwocn livc
hundred Sioux warriors sud two hundred Pawnee
scouts, in tho employment of tho Govornmoiit.
Tho latter succeeded in routing tboir opponents.
Tho roport is not vouched for by any competent
authority. Tho now Indian Commission bad arriv?
ed at Omaha, and arter holding a socrot session,
had proceeded furthor West. A dui I botweon Goo.
MCCALL, and a citizen named EDO AU hud boon pre?
vented at Fort Harker by tho arrest of tho parties
by the commanding officer af tba post.
Tho New York Gazelle is responsible for Ibo fol?
lowing, which in thoso dog-days it is well to
know: "If your faco is tanned by your visit to tho
country, get a frosh lemon and proas tho juico out
of it, with which mix tho samo quantity of noat
gin, and apply a little with a npongo arter going
out in tho sun, and uso a little oat mool to dust
tho faco with on going to bod at night. If you aro
not brown already, and wish to prevent it, you will
find that a piece of frosh lomon rubbed over your
face, and allowed to dry on before going ont, will
preserve your face pei foully white and clear.
Tho famous Prussian cannon, which for its im?
mensity has long boon tho wonder of tho Paris
Exhibition, so far at least as artillery specimens
are concoracd, is now quito eclipsed by a now mon?
ster piece just installed on tho banks of tho Heine
at tho Champ do Klara. This piece of ordnanco,
destinod for tho defence of tho coast of Franco,
weighs 7fl,40O pounds, and is less clumsy and
moro powerful than tho Prussian gun. It comes
directly from tho foundry of Tluollo, whoro othor
similar piceos aro hoing fabricated. It is breech
loading, according to tho system of Gouoral FBE
BAULT, and can Aro flvo idiots por ten minti tes.
The London JVetcs says: "Tho frauds on in?
surance o?lecu by souttlingships aro not confined
to England. Wo have before us the full roport of
tho trial at Singapore of tho owner, master and
mate of the Urin for sinking tho vessel on a voy
af,o from Hong Kong to Bangkok. The vessel bad
been very heavily insured in the local oftlcos and
carried but a small cargo, and tho evidence
showed that she could not have stowed tho goods
named in tho manifest. After five days' trial tho
jury convicted all throe prlaonors; tho captain
(HTEWIUT) and owner (SCOTT) wcro sentenced to
penal servitude for Ufo, and tho chiof ofilcor to
five years' impiisomnunt. Tho eoverity of the
sontenco created a doep sensation."
Au elaborate article has appeared in tho Situa?
tion, a Paris journal, professing to givo an accu?
rate lesume ot tho condltiou of tho French army
at tho prosont timo. From thia it appears that
tho Infantry hos now about 800,000 mon undor
arms, which its reserves would onablo tho army te
raise at a vary short notice to 650,000 mon. Tho
cavalry musters 50,000 horses, and can be raised
to 80,000. Tho artillery forms an aggrogato of 224
batteries, with 1350 field guns and 25,000 mon,
which could be raised to 40,000. Independently of
tho corps in country quarters, tboro aro ten di
visions of infantry brigaded (say 120,000 men);
thoro aro, moreover, four divisions of cavalry. AU
are ready for s?nico, with their complement of
artillery, military train, commissariat,. medical
staff, Ac. At the present timo, therefore, tho
Situation estimates tho number of mon undor
arma- at 400,000, and tho organization is euch that
in a very short timo it could bo raised to 050,000.
Tho Indian missionary, Bev, Father DES WIT,
who accompanied Gon. HUM.Y and Col. PABKEB te
the Indian tribes on tho Missouri Hiv or, has re?
turned te St. Louis. Hu roports that Ibo Commie
aloners mot with a cordial rocoption from tho
tribes far north of tho Yellowstone Uiver, various
obiefs expressing thoir wiULognoss to accept tho
propositions of tho Oovornmont to go on tho ro
sorvalions and main tain a atrlot ncntrallty. About
100 representatives of hostile tribe? waited ton
day? to obtain an lntervlow with Oon. Boixv and
Col. PABKEU, but their provisions gave ont and
they wore compelled to roturo. Father Dzawrr
had baptized about 000 Indian children and quito a
number of adults during bia absenoe with tho
Commissionora. Tho lately appointed Penco Com?
missioners were amiens that Father DES WIT
should accompany thom, lint his physician tele?
graphed thom that bis health would not pormit so
long a Journey,
The Irish Times behoves the crop of wheat and
oats will bo largo and of oxcollont quality, and
ni) s : "Thoro ia every probability that tho Irish
tanners will havo another prosperous year. Tho
high price obtained for barby in tho last two
yean lod to extensive sowings of that crop this
year. The crop ie, if anything, took tbiok and
heavy, but it care bo ta ked to cut lt at tho proper
moment, and with ita natural right color, it must
remunerate tho far mor well. Barley is a favorite
crop, not only because it finds a roady aale, bnt bu
couse it comea io early bato the market. It will
certainly not disappoint tho grower thia yoar. Of
the potato crop it Ia impossible to speak too favo?
rably. There ls not, aa yot, tho aligbteat trace of
blight. Among othor groea, crops, tumi pa and
mangolds hold foremost place?. Doth crops,
where planted early and carefully thinned, aro ex?
C U ULI Li N'T TOPIC'S.
Fon TUB nr.KK?Tr of our loamed readers, who
may wish lo know what clean of subjects occupy
Iho attention of tho world of Hcienco al present, wo
givo tho following oom plc lo li?t of tho title? of tho
papers which tho National Academy of Sciences
will consider ut ?ts pr?nent session in Hartford,
Connecticut: Hy Professor Loora Huuoi.rii AOAH
BIZ-Protosl against Modern Nomoiichtturo Zool?
ogy ; ilouioccrcy and Hotroccrcy ; Tho Siguitl
cauco of Classes in tho Animai Kingdom ; Tho
structured Cliaraetwr of tho Selachians ; sterility
among Skates ; Tho Fifth l'air of Nervus mid thu
Oman of Hearing in Skates ; l'criodio (Jvttlaliou in
Sharks anil Skates ; tho Ch dilution of liked lu
SalachiaiiH ; l'nraeitio Crustacea ia tho (lilla of
Sharks; Embryology and Aili ni lies nf Cycloptcra?.
By Professor WOLCOTT Ginns-New Proccssca lu
Analytical Chemistry; Certain Points in tho
Theory of Atomicities ; Hpcctorseopic Notices ;
Tho Determination of Wave Lengths hy tho
Method or Comparison. Hy Professor BENJAMIN
PiEncE-Algebras ; Tho Limitations mid Con?
ditions of AsBociativo Linear Algebra ; Sin?
glo, Double, Triple, Linear Associative Alge?
bras; Quadruple Linear Associative Algebras. By
Professor U. M. HOOD-The Duration of Ibo Hlec
tric Discharge. Hy (len. J. CK BAUNAIID-Tho
PrCw<siou of tho Eiiuinnxos and Nutation as lte
snlting from tho Theory nf tho (lyroscopo, with
rcmni 1.H Explanatory of tho Deviation of Kided
ProjcctiloB. By Prosidont T. HILL, of Harvard
University-Notes ou u Problem in Curvature. I*.y
Profoaaor L. A. GOULD-Observations in 18GG-7 ol
Right Ascensions of Stars Observed by D'AZELET
in 1783-5; Determination of tho Proper Motions ol
I S Urs First Observed by J. LEPAUTB D'AZELET. AS
most of thoao aro subjects which aro treated in
tho most tochuical manner by thoir expounders,
and aro illustrated by algebraic aud other scion'
tillo drawingB on tho blackboard, it ls almost im?
possible to rcduco to common lauguago and 1 n ine
within tho Bcopo of tho popular understanding tie
substance of thoBO scientific discourses. Thc
Speakern do not address thoir word* tn tho mil
lion, but to tho fifty ?noinliors of tho Academy, ni
of whom aro rcpulcd'jmoateru of tho scieulitli
l'mm TUE MONK.om.uv Advertiser, ol' Angus
10, wo learn that on tho night precodiog a part;
of ladios and gentlemen arrived in Hint city, win
lott Brazil last mouth, thoroughly, totally, hom li
ly disgustod with their now homes among tho hy
brid masses in tho ovorratod. wcll-llnttcrcd emin
Irv of Brazil. Tho party is composed ontirely c
Alabamians, among whom aro Messrs. Jons 111
! lennis, W. J. Di-.llr.nnv, G. E. JONES, THOU IH MC
CANTS, T. A. MCEI.IIOY, Jons STANFIELD, D. M
DnAZnXL, and Oightccn oilier gentlemen nu
their \\i\es and bhildron. Tltoy givo affecting an
pitiful accounts of tho sulforings of many hun
drcds of deluded Southerners who w ero lure
away from thoir friends by tho tompting offers c
tho Brazilian Goveminont, and tho talcs of wt!
and impulsivo American adventurers. The
represent thal thora ia no regularly organize
Uovornmonl in Brazil-thcio is no society-bc
little cultivation among tho inhabitants-no way
of making inonoy-tito people scorcoly kuow lb
meaning of thc word "kindness"-tho America
citizens live about iu huts, uncared for-thoro i
gonoral disBatislaotion among the emigrant
and tho wbolo Brazil representation is a hutnbu
and a farco. Tho American Consul in in receipt i
, numerous and constant applications from hclploi
American citizens to assist them in gettinj; bac
! to their truo, rightful country. Captain JAC
j i'iim.oi, who ia so well known and mlmin-d i
Montgomery, has, wo learn, left with a large nun
bor of other young mon tu mako Callloruia thc
homo. Tho advice of tho gentlemen with who
wu conversed ia to dissipate tho idea that Alaban
ia not etill a great country-to COOBO dream it
over tho unhappy post-say nothing that will a
eist to keep up political troubles, Blay at hom
hut work, work, work, and Alabama will yet b
what she aught to bo, and eau bo, a great ai
glut iona country.
How TU ur. is TUE following, which wo clip fro
Ibo Albany Express: Thcro aro no persona, in i
human probability, who are compelled to work
hard os tho prlutara do. It ia a matter of vc
littlo consequence whether tho thermometer is
/oro, or over a hundred in tho shade. A pap
must bo issued for tho perusal of i
patrons, who, mayhap, uro leisurely lucli
ing from tho oxecssivo boat, mid who
natural debi btv ia a very ampio apology for stn
rocroation. Tho compositor munt toil and po
apiro at his daily avocation, and for ovary wo
ho compases, & drop of filoaming porspiratii
oozes from his body. In the morning ho manag
to kcop cool, at noon hu ia wasting in tho li
and blistering atmosphere, and st evening ho
still at his caso. This may Boom all very onay I
tho reader, but tho labor is of no ordinary natu
nor tho fatigue by any moans light. Thu da;
work over, ho retires, perhaps to sleep, but nu
likely to pass a rcstloss night, and when thu s
again poops forth, ho must up and away to 1
work. Day in and day out, thia is his usual r<
tino. No chango, no di ve rn mn from his establish
emu ne. They who poruec their morning pa|
over a cup of coffeo think but littlo of thia. Tl
often grumble if BO bo tboy do not got their pap
or there is a lack of uowu, but they forgot that w
tho thermometer ranging between ninety and c
hundred, it ia a maltor af somu labor to furni tl
variety of nowa for tho quiet and peaceful citi:
who looks for so much from tho printer. Think
thit-, kind patrons, and exhibit moro forhoaran
TUE NEW YOBS Tribune says : "Major-Gcnc
POPE'S lotter to General GBANT ia important, a:
shows tho vast influence of such mon ns Mi. B.
HILT, and Mr. H ruse ti KT. V. JOHNSON, in prove
iug tho restoration of tho Southern Statos.
construction is impossible, in Gen. Porn's opini
so long as these men romain leaders of tho pooj
and ho is convinced that their conreo is tho full
justification of tho din brunch i sin g acts of C
gresa. Yot, ho concodos that among llioso i
franchised ai o many worthy mon, now loyal, l
might safely bo trusted with tho powor to voto
hold offico. Wo commend to tho thoughtful c
sidoration of tho Southom pcoplo this letter,
is moro important to thom than to tho North,
it plum H exactly who aro thu mon who prevent
nosty. Gov. I'EHJIY and Mr. HILL, and thoir
lows, who continuo to counsel rcsinlanco, oro
worst onoraios of tho South; in prolonging
spirit of rebellion, they provont us from rcmov
the penalties of rebellion ; in showing tho Ol
enco of dangar and disloyalty, Uley chock tho n
nanimily ol tho Amorican pcoplo.
TUE NEW YonK HKIIALD says : Ono of our
coroners hos caused tho arrest of ?wo drugc,
for selling poison contrary to trio provisions of
law of 1 WO. In ono instance a young lady waa
purchaser, and in tho other a young man,
both mado tho purchase for the purposo of
eldo, And accomplished thoir object. Tho lai
18G0 is very Biringent, providing that no po
shall bo Bold oxcopl on tho proscription of a ri
lar pracUsing physician, and obliging the drug
making tho salo ta keep a record, open for pi
inspection, in which tho names of tho patty i
ing tho purchase and tho prescribing phys!
Miall bo unterod. In thoao instances it ia ohai
that tho requirements of tho law wcro not fulu
While a person bout on suicido could uranie!
deterred from the act by any legislation, thc i
uto appears to bo a good ono, and should no
disregarded by thoao who deal in poisons.
"IT IS A oaUBK of congratulation,'' (nays
Now York Time*) "that tho crop reports I
every part of tho country oro norning in BO
form and positive in their favoroblo char*
Every Btato but thr:o (Texas, Nebraska and :
nen ula) show an improvement over last year lr
condition of winter wheat. Tho highoat rat
increase is Ohio, 108 per cont.: Now York sho<
17 per cont., which is tho smallest.. Spring wi
also, promises a substantial improvement,
tho corn crop ia universally largo. Despite
heavy and incessant rains, thom will bo pion
ovorything cereal for next winter's wants; on
though acts of helpfulness; from North to H
aro tho atrongost blows for rowolding our aov
sympathies, yot it is a cruel necessity which (
opportunity for thom; and wo rojoico that the
no prospect of furl lin suffering for food In Un
tilo roglons of tho South."
Tax HONOLULU Advertiser says : "Wo froqt
ly seo ftomo queer advertisements in tho n
newspapers, that repay translating. In lost a
day's Kuokoa, ono KOMOUUA, ol Koilaupokt
forms tho publia thal on tho lat of Juno, 'th
D.,' thoro would bo a great feast lu honor o
birth day of his grandchild. Ho cordially in
ovorybody lo como tn Iho fowl, bringing
thom, howovor, one dollar each aa a con trihi
for tho paymont of oxponaoa I Another man
tiona people against trusting Ula wiro, ka alu
ron away and ia living with another man. Bo
that., abo iain prison at Lahaina ; ho don'
whether 'Ibo oilier man' ia in prison too."
A gentleman living In Oreen county, Ala!
baa offered his enUro crop of corn for tbirt;
cont? a bnahol in tho Hold ; and it is aai-J tba
amount of corn can bo engaged in tho cano!
region at fifty cents a basho).
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ters remaining in thc. I'oitofficc. at the rmi
of each week, agreeably to thc following
section of 'Ac New Postoffice Laic, at the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the. City oj Charleston:
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lawn or village, where a newspaper shall ho prude.;,
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which, belli? published weekly or oftener, shall havo Ibo
largest circulation wllblu rnugu of delivery of thu said
gr- Ad communications intended tor puldication tn
this journal must bc addressed lo thc J-ihtor of the
Haili/ AVirs, Ko. 18 Ifa;ine-sti c<1, Charleston, S. C.
Jluslnrss Communications io 1'iiWshir of Daily
UV a nowt undertake lo re'.-u n rejected coi/imnHicn .
Adnertiscmcnts outside of the eily must be accompa?
nied teith Hu- cash.
CH All LE S TON.
THURSDAY MORNING, AUfiUST 23. 1BG7.
.Ion Wornt.-We linvo now completed our
office 80 na lo oxoci.le, in thc shortest possible
time. AIJL KINDS OK JOU WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the palronngo nf eur
TUB PROSPECT BEFORE IS,
Tho removal of Mr. STANTON ami oftloncrnl
SIIKIUIIAK lias given a new impetus to (ho
agitation of thu Doinocrals in tho North nnd of
thc Conservai ives or Ucnctlonnry party in thc
South, (?rent hopos aro built upon n very
insecure foundation ; mri they who put their
trust in this reaction-this supposed revulsion
of feeling nt tho North-arc doomed to disup
1'oini io cot and to disaster. They will Hud,
though loo Inte, timi thc Presidential "buck
lionc,'- and l Im splendid political structure !
which is to real on this vertebral column, ia
nothing more thnn the baseless fabric of ti
vision. What reason is lhere for supposing
that Asiiitr.w J un M BOX, in lBli", will exercise,
or even ni tempt to excrciso thc authority
vested in his oflicc, according to tho Constitu?
tion, as he interprets thal instrument, if such
excrciso of authority is palpably opposed to
the will of tho majority ol" tho Northern poo
plc? lind the President been a C.KSAR, n
CnOMVKtiL, a NAPOLEON, or un ANIMIHW JAOK
SON, tho limo for action was two years ngo,
when Congress met, and refused lo recognize
tho cloven Southern Slates Hint lind been reor?
ganized under his direction. His ncquiesenco
theil determined thc relut ii o status of tho
Kxccutivo mid tho - Legislature, as also our
own political conditiou. There have been
Irei|uent opportunities nineo for such an nsser
tion of tho power of tho Kxccutivc, had thc
President foll inclined, or considered himself
strong enough, to set nsido thc Constitution,
and carry out his will, thc legislation of Con?
gress lo tho contrary notwithstanding.
Thc President has not douo this. Ile acted
uniformly in accordance with his convictions,
and axerciscd his constitutional prerogative of
tho veto power. Dut nothing more. Thc moment
Congress passed an Act, by I ho Constitutional
majority over his veto, Mr. JOHNSON ul once
nciiuiasccd, and proceeded to tho execution
af tho law. This has been his course during
thc pnst two years. Has auylhing Iranipired
recently, to give us good ground for bolioving
thal thc policy of tho l'rcsident has undergone
a radical change, us is now maintained hy tho
oppoucuts of Congressional Deconstruction '!
We. think not.
Mr. JOHNSON hus dismissed one of hi.? chief
clerks-Mr. STANTON, because, as ho alleges,
the lule Secretary of War impeded Recon?
struction, i. c.. HS Mr. JOHNSON interprets thc
Acts of Congress on this subject, lion. SIIKIM
HAN also wns relieved, and another olticcr put
in hit place, ostensibly for (he sarao reason,
(icu. Sunni HAN was guilty sonic time ago of
I criticising thc President's conduct in language
disrespectful, and unbecoming an olliccr to his
superior. This has perhaps moro lo do with
his removal than all Hie Genend Orders he
issued in Ihc Fifth Military District ; mid Mr.
STANTON ?nail probability lost his ollicinl head,
because he opposed (?cu. SIIKUIIIAN'S removal.
The President, wc have every reason lobelieve,
lins taken this step entirely upon his own
responsibility, unsupported hy his cabinet.
Thc order relieving SHERMAN ia dulci from
the " Kxccutivc Mansion," and simply fur
warded through the Adjutant General's Office,
not cmnmiltiug thc Sccrclnry of War ml interim
to ils approval.
Moreover Paragraph five of this Order (0.
O. No. 77, A. G. O.) published in our tele?
graphic columns yesterday, says:
" Major-Cleucral Ooorgo H. Tbomaa will con?
tinuo lo execute all orders he may Hud in forco
in tho Fifth Militan' District, ut tho limo of
bin assuming tho command of it, unless author!,
/eil liv Om Honorai of tho Army to annul, altor or
This looks very much like ti corroboration
of our surmise, Hitit thc i|iinrrcl between thc
President and Hen. SmtHlOA? is nllogelhcr of
A personal chu nu l er. Sn CUIDAN is relieved
hut his orders remain in force. Tho civil offi?
cers he displaced arc not reinstated ; and lesl
Ibero should be a miatako on tho subject in
tho mind of Gen. THOMAS, who might readily
think, that a course opposito from that of his
predecessor would be expected of him by tho
President, ho is distinctly informed, not " to
numil, alter, or modify " any orders ho muy
find in forco in Hie Fifth Military District, un?
less authorized by the General of tho Army.
lt is olear, then, that tho President baa no
intention lo contravene, in any essential fea?
ture, thc Reconstruction Acts of Congross. He
may be pleased te oxercise his legitimate au?
thority, and exereiso a certain measure of
control over the commanders of the five Mili?
tary Districts. Deyond this, we aro satisfied
ho will attempt no interference. Reconstruc?
tion will go on, must go on, to a successful con
elusion. It is true thia action of the President
may complicate the matter somewhat, not
directly, but indireotly, in that il encouragea
opposition to thc A els of Congress in tho South,
altogether unwarranted by tho step, as wc havo
seen. Thia Opposition on tho part of tho ultra?
montanes of the South will almost certainly
produce a corresponding increase of hostility
toward na muong the ultra Radicals of tho
North. And thus tho end of this ?tcp of Mr.
JOHNSON'S will be, as all that have preceded il,
fraught with harm to us. However good Iiis
motives and intentions, and ive have never
doubled them, his acts have generally proved
prejudicial to us.
Thc Military Commandera aro armed willi
commissions from Congress, and conscious of
being fully endorsed by tho will of tbe people
of tho North. Conservatives at Ibo North nnd
ultramontanes at the South aliko waito their
breath in further declamation against Hioso
Aclu, and against, their legitimate results. We
hnvo said all thia before, but we feel impelled
lo repeat il again, for it is a fact of tho utmost
importance to our people, one they cannot hear
too often. On the one hand wo have peace and
ordor in prospect, business and prosperity, a
homogeneous people, and a secure govern?
ment. On the other we have endless agitation,
wholesale proscriptions, confiscation, exile
perhaps; and for government, elinor anarchy
or despotism. Rel ween Ihcso wo must choose ;
and Ihcy are not tho truo friends of the people
of Ihcse len St nt os who counsel further opposi?
tion to tho will of the conqueror, when wo aro
at hil mercy, and already have harsher meas?
ures impending over us, in'caso of the non?
acceptance of Ihe terms now offered us.
Our obstructives aro playing into tho bands
of the Northern Radicals. It should bo re?
membered that tho Acta of Reconstruction aro
not tho work of Mr. THAD. STRVKNS, and tho
Vnen wno think with hist. No, they demanded
harsher torms from tho first. The Constitu?
tional Amendment was proposed by Republi?
cana, it la truo, but not by the Radioal wing of
that party. Our rejeolion of that amondwent
put our frirn,ls ni n ilismlvnnlitge. nild 'lio
SHERMAN Militar* Bill ?UH then ibo best terms
they coulil mnkc for us. That llicso terni.-, lir.ro
become harsher ami harsher with every suc?
cessive session of Congress, wc bnvo no one to
thunk for except the President and ourselves,
encouraged to opposition by thc delusive alti
tuilo of Mr. JOIINSOX.
Let us not be nguiu deceived. We will con?
clude our i omni ks willi the following porn- '
graph" from Ihc St. Louis Hr/mblirun. The
opinions expressed iu il arc almost idenlicnl
willi what we predicted ourselves in
urliclo published in these columns several '
weeks ugo, hended "The Country und thc
"Northern Conservatives can do nothing to help
tho Southern people In Ibis crisis. Not a reason?
able hopo can bo entertained that Southern Con?
servatives would ipin anvtliiue; by refusing lo
acipiicsceiu tho military Mlle. Thoro ia no faith I
lu be roposed in cn expected chango nf part U H in
tho North. lleforo such a ruvolutiun could take
placo and dculuro itself, reconstruction lu Ibo
South would bc ovor, registration complete, con
vonlioim called, constitutions fi um nd, elections for
Congress hold, and tho work (unshed. No chango
of parties ill tho North could ull'cct any repeal of
logislation in nenHim ti) bo of any advantage tn tho
South. Tho Se nato icmains unchangeable for tho
uoxt four room."
WANTRD-H SM H.t. < Ol.OKI 1) ililli,
tu attend about tho house. Apply al Nu. 7 into Ali
STREET. 1*_August 22
ANTED TO HUNT, A H.11A Ll. HOUSE,
ia a central location, furnished or unfurnished.
Address K., POX 107, V. O._'i?_August al
WANTED, A SERVANT, ' " .*OOK AND
do Housework-. Olio sid Inti. . .- ?nell will nv
eclvo llboral wagra and pennauont cu. p.oy moot. A girl
profcrnd. Apply at No. ll JUHN HT1IEET.
WANTED. UV A MARRIED MAN OF
steady habits, a SITUATION tn any rcspeclsbla
business; will try and make himself useful In any ca?
pacity ; bo has some knowlodgu nf tin bu sin, a. Address
.1. H.," at thia omeo 0 August 10
SITUATION WANTED.-WANTED. UV A
married man, of Mendy habits, a situation in any
respectable, business. Will ranko himself useful lu al
j must any capacity. Address "tl. P.," al this oin, e.
WANTED--SALESMEN, KVEItV \V 11 IO 11 IC
- Ladies and GcnUcmcn-f 100 lo SIM) per month,
to sell the GENUINE COMMON-SENSE FAMILY HEW
INO MACHINE. Trico only fis This Machino will
i stitch, beni, foll, tuck, bind, quilt, braid, and embroider.
I Tho cloth cannot bo pulled apart, even alter culling
across Ibo seam over j- quarter of an Inch. Every
Machine warranted turco years. Send for circulars sud
tonna lo agents, or call at MCDOWELL'S DLOUK, cr?
?or Fourth and Orucn streets. Louisville. Ky.
DLIBS k McEATHRON,
N. R_Poallivoly oono gonuioo unless corning through
Juno ? tulhs3inn
FOU HALB, A GOOD MILCH LOW AND
CALF, low. Inquire at No. 79 CANNON 6TREF.T,
between President and ASH ley sire- In. 3? August 2?
rpo HUN 'J', THE COMMODIOUS ADD
I pleasantly situated two and a half story Ultu K
DWELLING No. 62 lintel street, north side, near East
Ray. Po? sos stun giren on 1st Beplombcr. Apply at
THIS OFFICE._August 21
rliO KENT, THAT Pl.EANANT!,Y NITU
X ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY HOUSE lu Unn
uvor atrocL On tho promises la a good well and elstern,
i and fruit Irccs. Rent uiodoraUi. Apply at tho foot of
DEB STltELT. south aldo._2? August Jl
TO RENT-THE TWO ANO A HALF STORY
BRICK RESIDENCE, corner Society nud MccUng
streets, having elstern and stables on Uio premises, and
guod nccummudalions for serrant*. Rent lin?. Apply
lo S. HART, Sr., Nu. 33'i King atreet. Julys
WANTED, 111 ?A ll U IN AN EPISCOPAL
FAMILY, by a young GonUciuen. Terms no ou
I Jocllon. Address H.. BOX 101 P O._'J* _ August 21
BOARDING-THIIEK PLEASANT ItOOMS
with good HOARD eau bn had on Immediate np; ll
! cation tn No. 6'J CHURCH STREET, west ndo, nrar
I Tradd street. Term, reasonable._Juno I'l
"I.IXllEbbENT HOARD, AT VERV LOW
I'A rates, lu tho most central bunine** part of tho elly,
without lodging, tn a private house, eau new bo had.
For paru,-,uar? address "X. I.." PosUifflce. ?lay 16
BOARD AND LODGING IN A PiUVATK
family, residing in a pleasant part of the eily, csu ba
I obtained at moderate rates by a tinglo gentleman. Ap?
ply at thin oill,-e. luths August C
LOST, A ?LACK NEWFOUNDLAND DOG,
A reward will bo gt veil for bis recovery. Apply at
T1US OFFICE. August 20
I A FINE LUNCH
S e r v o cl E very l-> a y ,
FROM II TO l : l-'4 O'CLOCK.
PROPRIETOR CP THU
GREENVILLE, H. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
ruorui arro ILS :
WM. A. H i; KI i.Of Nsw Orleans.
IV. F. COHKHUY.Ol Spotteffoud Hotel, nichniond.
Tel o;; ru i di and Railroad Ufficoa in Rotunda of lintel.
Juno 17 6mo
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. ill. 33,113 AND ?7
Droadway, N. Y.. oppoillo Bowling Green-I n Ilia
lluropean I1 lau.-TUE STEVENS HOUSE la well and
widely known to the tra vd ling public. The location bl es?
pecially a tillable lo merchant* and business mani lt la In
cloie proximity lo lb. business part of the. city-ts ou
tho highway of Bouthern and Wallam travel- and adj a
nant lo all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
Tlie RTEVrNS UOI16K ha* liberal* acOOmmodaUoc. for
over J00 got rta- lt la well furnished, anA pom nanea er cry
ni od a rn improvement for the comfort ana entertainment
or Its Inmates. Tba rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-provided willi gas and water-tho attendance ,1s
prompt and respectful-?nd tho table is generously pro?
vided with ovcry delicacy of the season nt moderate rab?..
The rooms having beau refurnished and remodeled, we
aro cn*)' -d to offer exlra faollities for tho comfort and
plcaaun. -f our guests. GIO. kl. CHASE A CO.,
THESE WELL KNOWN AND LONG ESTABLISHED
MILLS aro undergoing complete rspalr and rr nova?
tion and will bo nady on tba lat HEPTEstUKIl to raoolvo
from Plantara and others their Rice to pound and pre?
pare for market. Thankful for favor, shown u? by Fac?
tors prior to the war, wa would earncsUy solicit a eon
tlooaree of the asms, reeling confident that our Mills
will be made to do aa good work aa thay ever did.
No. S3 East Bay.
SsT'The "Tiroes," Goorgatewn, H. O., will copy onco a
week for tlx wooka and forward bill for paymeuL
August 30 tutti
THE WEARING OP THE GRAY,
A NEW 80NO TO AN OLD TUNE.
The Wearing of the Oreen,
BY SHAMUS NAM PH0N.
80LD BY D. D08H?R,
Augu-t 10_? No. 78 HABEL STREET.
FOR THE MILLION ! ?
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 60 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tho moat celebrated Acion fer 60 cauta; 60 Actresses
lor SD cenia; 60 Union Honorais for 60 cent*; 60 Rebel
Generala for 60 cents; 60 Statesmen for 60 cents; 60 beau*
UM young Ladlee tor 60 cents; 60 One-looking young
Otnliemon for 50 cen I*; 6 large Photographs of French
Dancing Giris, In costume, beautifully colored, exactly as
they appear, for 60 cania; or for 60 cents, n ol tba misti
beautiful Ladies of tbs Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
appear In Ibo play of the Black Crook, al Nlblo'a Garden
Bend all orden to P. O. Box 177, V >. N. Y.
May 13 lyr
MAYORALTY Ok? CHARLESTON, 1
Cnrv Haix, Not ember 0,18A0. 1
ALL PERSONS DESI ito L'S OP REBUILDING IN THE
Dural Districts and Waste Places ol tho City, un.
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City connell of Charleston to prueee.1 In tba mat
tor or a Fire Loan, with a vlaw to aid In building np ihn
City anew," aro hereby notified that the form of appU.
nation for loan* can be obtained al the office af the Clark
of Council, between the boura nf 0 A. M. and 3 P. M.
All application i inuit hoi" al in tba above mon Honed
office, aa Ibo Committee will meet every Af on day to cor.
sider tho same.
By order of tba Mayor W. H. S MITTI.
November 10 , derk of i'onnell.
E. M. WHITING, ~
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
VJ AS REMOVED HIB OFFICE FROM CH ALU KP ll
r? ..reel to No, 77 eurum KTREBT. near RI,
Michael's Atley. nuis, st
OFFICE CLERE OF COUNCIL-THE FOLLOWING
clause or Section 1 oj an "Odinin.-? to Balso Sup?
plie* for thoysar 1807," la published for tho luformaUoa
of persona selling fJood? by sample or otherwise, who are
not rosidontaof this city. All such ptrtona ara hereby
notified to report at thia ornoo.
"Three dollar* on every hundred dollar* of ld! gooda
sold lo thia etty I v.m not resident*, by sarar?* r
otherwise," W. H. SMITH,
March tl Clerk of Donnell
SOUTH CA HOI IVA ?*A".0?IC OKNKVO
i ''Nf M> 'iBrr.
MU IK MONTHLY MKBTINll WILL HF. HELD IN
JL Masonic UaU. 7?Ai< Keening, tim 2.M (nalani, mt 8 [
o'clock. McmlHsr. and I'ninlldatcs will bo punctual.
Dy order of I'rowldcul.
August TJ I* W. A. WILSON', Boc rotary.
WASHINGTON STIC A Al VIKI-; KN OINK CO.
VTTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY M KUTI S O OF I
your Cotniiuny, ni lim flail, Th it Keening, nt eight |
.'Cluck precisely. Hy Mtier,
A. VY. STEVENS,
August H 1 M-rreUry W. V. ?'<>.
WASHINGTON^ SIGHT I IV KA NTH Y ?IIA Ul
rpm: HKOULAH OUAIUI.HI.Y MEETING WILL UK
J. held TA it Evening, in Manoule llnll. nt 8 o'clock.
Tho punctual attendance of every member M cornelly
miuealod, OH Ibu new CuutUlutlou will come up fur HuJI
ar Como prepared lo tiny arrear..
J. L. HONOUR.
August M 1 Sccrelnry and Treasurer^
(1EHIIIAN VOLUNTHRR ASSOCIATION.
THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY MEETING OK THIS
A-mn-lalluii will bo brid Tu Might, iThursday), VJ.I
AugUHl, H o'clock at our Hall. Corner King aud Calhoun
?tree!., ab nu Mr. Undatodt'e Store.
Tho arrear ll ul will bo road. A punotual attendance In
requested, an business of great Irapurtanco will bo
brought boforo thu mcoliug.
OUST. HOFFMBYBR. Secretary.
Augual 'JJ 1*
(JOLD F?ll SALK.
WILL Pl III ll ASK SBCTJIUTIRS.
O <.)7i ?/ \ AMERICAN HOLD COIN FOR SALE.
?ID? I V J VJ Wanted to purchoao-So J tb Carolina
CharlcBlou Oas Light Cuniptuy 8tock.
Apply lo ALONZO J. WHITE k SON,
Auguit Ti 1 Nt?. 6H Ea. I Ray.
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
DYER AND KCOTJRFR.
T ADIES' AND OENIXBMEN'S CLOTHES DYED,
1 j cleaned and Pressed at JO per ?cut. lower than any
ono In the city. tulhltno August IS
" Li CRIOLA "
I < OIINKII IIHOAIVWAT ANDI-TTH ?THIOET,
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL DB PLEASED TO SEE
bis southern Monde. The choicest HAVANA HF?
I OARS, of oil the loading brands, with a ganami assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on hand.
Juno 4 D. OITOLKNQUI, Agent.
MASONIC ORPHAN'S HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managors,
Great Extra Scheine,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
TICKETS OMA OM: DOLLAR,
TO BE DU ? \VN AT ATLANTA, QA.,
aUPTElUBIl 4tb, 1107,
SH) will pur abasa a Paakag* of ten TiekeU, lUbla
to draw a30,0OO.
AU Pr?tes paid wllboutdlocoimt.
Ornclal Drawlug* neut each pureba*nr.
AU Prlxea Cubed al this Othes.
AVaY- L'orrnapoudeute may rely on prompt attention to
oidera by limply enclosing mousy with full addraaa.
Mw~ All order? for Tick*!*, Boheme*, and information
to be addressed to JAMES URB,
Look Doz No. Ut. Charleaton. S. C.
Office: No. tia BROAD STEHET. Imo August ll
TUE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT TUE WONDERFUL, REVELATIONS
MADE DY THE GREAT ABTItOLOO 1ST,
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
SHE REVALS 8ECRETS NO MORTAL EVER ENEW.
She restore* to happiness those who, from doleful
I events, catastrophes, croase* In love loo* nf rebutons and
friends, looa of money, Ac, havo become dessoudant.
Sbo brings together those long separated, give* Informa?
tion concerning abt?nt friands or lot om, restore* lost or
stolen property, tells you tho business you ara best
outlined lo pursue and tn what you will be moat encce**
fuL aauscn speedy marriage*, and telle you the very dey
y cu wiU marry, gives you tho namee, likeness endctuus
arU-rlaUcn of Uiepcreou. Sbe read, your very thought*,
and by her almost supernatural po werra, un ra Us tho dark
and bidden myatcrie. of tho future. From tb* stars wt
seo lu tbo romano ut-the malefic niara that overcomo or
prt-ilomiuato in tho conflguraUua-rrum the a*peela and
|io*ltloiiB of the pianola end Ihn fixed atare lu the boaveua
at tho Ume of hirth, ehe deducee Ibo future deaUny et
man. Fail nut to rn inuit tho greatest Anxrologiii oe
oarth. It cost* you but a trifle, ami j on may never again
have *o favorable an opportunity, ConaultaUou fee, with
likeness and all desired information, tl. Portio* living
et a distance can consult the Mad anio by mall with equal
ne. fety mil aa tis faction to themselves, a* Uln peraon. A
full and explicit charl, written ont, with aU Inqulrlt* an?
swered and likeness enclosed, eent by mall on receipt cs
price ?boro mentioned. The eirlcleet eecreey wUl le
maintained, and all corrospoodenco returned or deatr.i/
ud. Reference* of the nighest order ru ml? hoi thone ..e
1 airing them. Write plainly the day of the month snJ
year In which you were born, enclosing a anaall loo. ot
Ad drene, MiOAtrs H. A. PK nu ino,
P. O. DnAwmm303, Hurrai^, N. T.
March? ' -, . . -' tr'
?(ALLICHAN S PiUS
CHILLS & FEVER'
WE HAYE USED G AL.LIOH AN'H PILLS, AND FIND
that they will do all that la claimed fur them, and
cheerfully rcconimeod them to cubbo favor.
T. H. WAITH. Ex-Governor or Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD. Atl'r Gani of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court ala.
From THOMA* J. Junoa, Judgo Suprome Court.
I have used GiLLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for Fever and Aguo, end find them all that le churned for
them. TH OS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ale., September 39,18A8.
Lo inania Coi: mr, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS wUl do.
They aro decidedly the beet-m..Vaina for Chilla and 1'fi?
ver I ev*r gave. I would not be wi th emt them for five
time* the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
AtrxBIcus, April 17, 1887.
One box of GALLIOHAN'S FILLS cured me perfectly
of Chill* and Fever. They are the bott medicine lor
i dillis and Fever I ever caw. A. O. DONALDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Oa.
M o NT a o MEST, ALA.. July 9, 1868.
Messrs. BLUNT k HALE-G Bim: 1 have need your
GALLIGHAN'S PILLS na two oocaalone tor Chill* nod
Fever, and find that they effect all that they aro Intend?
ed to do. They are the beat remedy for the tsittkMa) thal
I baye ayer tried. I eanaldcr them perfectly reliable.
Rearxxtfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
O rand Sec. Grand Lodgo ot P. and A. H. of Alabama,
ALBAKT, OA., March 11,1887.
Ibaveuted GALLIGHAN'S PILLS In forty caaos o
Chills and Fever, with perl oct ?ucreee. They are the
beet Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. a PANT.
WHOLE8ALB TN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH. WINGMAN Ai CO.,
No. 189 Meeting etreet.
And by all Druggist*.
DLOUNT ?V ll ALE,
May H_Brno Montgomery. Ala.
"Prevention is Better than Cure. M
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND D Ii HI LY RECOMMENDED BY
tba French Medical Faculty, aa the only oaf* and
bitxJlible anud?te agi inst Infection from Special Dise?aos,
This Invaluable preparation la tutted for either net, ?nd
bu proved, from ampi? experience, the most efflcl.nl
and rednblo Pr?ventiv?! ever discovered, thue eftVcUng i
dnalderatum long sought tor lo the Medical World. Il
need according to direction* ?very po**i Milty ot danger
rraty be avoided i a tinglt ?ppocatiou wHl radiceUy neu?
tralise tho venereal vim*, expel aU I ru port Hoe ?rom ?io
absorbent veesele, and render oorSamlnnHon Impoaelbl*.
Be wino tn time, and at a very emtJl outlay, eave hoare ?
unlaid bodily and mental torment*.
Thia moat reliable tpednc, eo uniranally adopted la
tlie OM World, U new offered tor nain for the Una time In
America by P. A. DDPORT k CO., only aulhorUed
Agenta for the Doited 8tait*.
Prto* U per l>otUe. Lari? bot tl?, double else, ML
The usual discount to tho trade, gent, aeettraly
packed, on receipt of price, to any aJdreaa. with dlr*: .
ilona and pamphlet, by nd droning to
P. A. D uro RT. A- tXX,
Sole Agonie for Dr. Rloord'e P. L.,
Karri lyr No, llGold Bte***, Ntw York,
HATS AND CAPS,
nm 111 (IPS. A
MEN'S 1ILACK, DRAU ASI > PEARL (-(HAWED KELT
HATS, of ?rid? ?ml narrow rim*, with high or low
orawna, aulliblc for die?, liushicwi or traviillhiK pur?
poses, kt 7? cont?. ?I, $1 IS, fl CO, S'i, fi 50. il, S3 60. ?I,
St BO. By Um SIIOTO amngonirut, you eau gel II Ual
worth whatever amouul you wlHh tu invest.
Dome ?torr* take two iraalltti'?, ami ucl Iru priem for
Hiern, bul HTFXI.I: for twenty n ve year* lian tried the nun
price ?yalu m. aud Muds ll works lieot.
STEELE'S "HAT HALL."
Mo. M Kin? Htrivt,
AUK m.! 1 tb? Hl)tu ol Uie "But Hal."
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
I) ? N T IS T,
OFHICK, - - - No. SS?? ICING ST ll IC KT,
KKAnLT OrrOSITX 1I1BEI..
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AllTTFICIAI. TEETH IN?
SERTED at modurato prices.
*MT TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by rauana of
( ll heit (i I o ll M
NITROUS O X Y 1) ,
Or by Dil. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
Hie Al, ANABSTIIKSIA.
Harob S tull?a Orno
BANKING AND INSUIUNCE COMPANY
Of Richmond, Yu.
CHARTERED FEI1KUARY 'in ll. 1KGG-COMMENCED
BUSINESS JUNE 1, 18CG.
Capital arni Sun>lus....$308,20u.45
rTIHIH COMPANY IN90KE8 BUILDINGS. IIOUSK
X HOLD FURNITURE, COTTON, VEHSILH IN
FOHT, STOCK UK GOODS, and other property, on tho
moat liberal lenna. MARINE ANDLIFE RISKS TAKEN.
J. Ii. HONOUR, Agent,
Auguat 1 thatulmo NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW ? ORK,
BOABD or oin* ero aa :
A. A. LOW. I. H. FROTHING ll AM.
SAMUEL WILLETB. UEO. L. WILLARD.
OLIVER H. OOltDON. H. E. PIERREPOINT.
S. B. CU ITT KN DEN. (1EO. F. 1 ir "MA ;
PETER C. CORNELL. JOHN UOLBEY.
Hon. WU. KELLY. K. TOWN H END.
Wat. 8. T18DALE. IUDS. T. UUCKLEY.
OIL. L. DEECKMAN. HEN HY A. SWIFT.
JOS. A. 8PBAQUE. JA8. H. PRENTICE.
RUFUS ll. ORA VES. U. MESSENDEM.
ALEX. V. BLAKE. OEO. L. NICHOLS.
JAMES 8. NOYES. J. W. FROTHINOIIAM.
WM. O. FOWLER. WM. C. SHELDON.
HAM'L B. CALDWELL. OLIVER S. CARTER.
N. 8. MT: NT I.F.Y. LEWIS D. LODER.
WM. P. PRENTICE J. T. B. MAXWELL.
J. H. Flitn H IN (ill A M. EZRA P. PRENTICE.
Hon. 8. TABER. HEN J. IIICKH.
GEORGE L. WILLARD, Prnaldcut.
O. H. OORDON, Vice Prcaldcnt.
C. i.. FLYER, Bocntaxy ind Actuary.
TUE FLANS FOR BUSINESS FOR THIS INSTITU?
TION aro very liberal and attractive to Uioso who ariah
to lu.um their Uvea In a Kilts r CL ?HS COMPANY, lu
bualncas li very large ?nd rapidly Increasing, All the
rations kind, of polldea aro Insured on as favorablo
tarma aa are offend In any other good Company in tho
country. DIVIDENDS Increase with Um ago nf tho
Poller. Kon-parUdpaUog ralea are lower than those of
any Company lu th? world. Lo asea paid In thirty days
altar dus node? and proof of death. Liberal arrange?
ments made In regard lo trmvcL One-third of tho amount
ot premium will be loaned the policy-holder If desired.
J. ALFRED CAY, Goners! Agent.
Office In rear of Elmore Insurance.
July 13 atuthJrco_ljawjtangf, Uroad street.
I THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE FIRE INSTJRANCH COMPANY.
I Capital.$10,000,000, Gold.
STOCK ll Ol.I) Kits 1'KILSON AI.Y RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HERE
May 16 thTmo
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA ASD NEW ORLEANS
[Chatanooga aud Grand Junction.
THROUGH III FORTY-NINE HOI Ri
TU A INS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:15 A.M. AND
t Mi P.M., maalox closo connections st all point*
I Arriving lt Nsw Orleaoi at 8 P.M. sud 11:40 A.M.
?sTPassengers by tra?na of thu (leoruta Railroad make
clune COD Dictions with Ibis route st Allanta.
I NO STEAMBOATS OH OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE.
ELEGANT BLEEPDi'O COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE .CHOTAS
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE
THROUGH TICKETS OOOD UN Til, USED.
Can ba obtained at General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Qa.
O ?ire!? 11*11 road. Auguiha, Go.; South Carolina Railroad.
Charl si ton, H. c. ; Hau th Carolina Railroad, Columbia,
H. 0. JOHN B. PECK, Master Transportation.
July IS Srro Weslarn and Atlantic Railroad.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
Real Estate cfc Gsnoral Co m ml H si un Agta.
NO. 36 BROAD STREET.
"I I TILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE AND BALK OF
TV STOCKS, BONDS,GOLD. SILVER, BANK BILLS,
BEAL ESTATE, ic, te.
WILLIAM U. GILL1LAND 4 SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. S3 HAYNS STREET.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE AND
a III lr MENT (lo Foreign and Do ra ea Ito Flirts) of
COTTON. BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Chnrlestoai, B. CL
K, WILLIS.A. B. UHISOLII
I'I'll LIC H OTICK.
0F7I0H OF OTTY TKKABDRY, )
January 3, losT. f
PUBLIC NOTICE IS TXXRE?Y OIVEN THAT UNDER
UM following Ordinance Ucansas hato been prepared
for delivery from thia Offloe. 8. THOMAS,
Raa I. Bt ii Ordained hy Ms ?layar amt Aldermen tn
City CvKHril an; ikied. That from ?ami after tho Aral day
of January, Uceases itali be taken out for all carts, dre)
and wagons, used for r n vain and domestic purposes, in
th? sams manner, acd accordion to the tune provisions
now bf ferse in relation to carts, drays and wagons, letm
drivratfor hire, except Hiving bonds. And each such
cart, dray or wagoo, ihaU bo provided with a badge con
Uliung ins number Unroof, and marked /Virola, to ur
nUcedou the cm tal de of the abaft.
Aar. % No person ituUl be taken by the Treasurer as
sorely to any bond ue?cr the Ordinance ooucrnlng li?
censes for carts, dray?, wagons and other carnages, un?
ies? hs or shs bs a freeholder.
Sto. 8. The following shall hereafter be the rates foi
licensee for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Ac.
IOCIU Jun; the horses or mulos used Uieroof, which ohaA
be free from other taxation:
FUBUo oiBTs, DRAT?, ITO., on TU os? ano ix Tan rA aar
Boarxxaa wiiarsTsx,ron nina maser oa moiascr.
POT every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one norw ca
For avery cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses c. r
Vor every hack and earrlaga with two wheel. IM.
Ear every hack and carri aire, with four wheels, 140.
For avery stage or omnibus (sioept Une omnibus
with two boreee. SSO.
For every stase or omnibus (except Une omnibus
drawn by four horses, IBO.
^Tor avery truck drawn by two or more horsesorroodee,
For every alpress wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, ?40.
I Basin OASTS aro FauTATB ciara, murs, arro.
For ora ry bread cart or wagon, SS.
Few ST.ry cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do
ccuestie purposes, and net to he employ*! in the trans?
porting of goods, wires, xnerchancHse, lumber, or any
einer eonuaodlty, foi cotnpenaeUoo, either directly or
Indirectly Sot tba sana, shall pay for a license the sum ol
Si, sxchuive of tba bena or mule.
Ratified tn ?ty Connell, this 1 ?th day of January
[l? a.) in tho year of our Lord oas thousand slgbl hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. a OAILLAr.D, Mayor.
Ry ths Mayor.
January $ w, H. ?un n, Clark of Connell.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
KM) tl lt.
f>/\r\ SACKS RETHA FLOUR
t)\)\t UK) neks rotuli} Hour
At) linlf sacks 1 itr Flour
Md i.i,tu. leafier How.
In atoro, amt lor sale liv
sill K rr BROTHERS At co..
Annual ll I No. 74 Kimi liny.
RACOON STRIFS, SIRES AM)
JUST KKCKIVKO PRK STKAMKKM MU?
MEKA AMII MA S ll ATTA Wi
BOXES 1IACON S I KU'S
ll) Iitnl". liaron Hides
in hilda, liai-un RtmuMer?
fi ca>ks Park lut on
A bbl?. Hutt I'ork
billa. I ron. MoasTnrk.
Ami for ask by WM. OURS RY,
August ai a_No. 1*3 Ka?l Bay.
VHi HAMS, SHOULDERS AM)
HACRKtJh' CUlMCK N. V. PHI HAMS
'in barrels Minter N. V. Itu Shoulders
MO burel? Choir,' Uncoil Strips
IR IIIHIN. Primo Western Shoulder?
1.". billin. Primo Western KltloM
lu.oia) IMIUIHIH PlaataitoM Haem.
1. .o li io: Iruiu HU nun rs. mill tor . d by
LACKEY A ALEXANDER.
^August 'Jl '1 N?. lal East llay.
COHN; OATS. F 1,0Ult.
?t /"WYQ i'j?Sjil^i' WMm! MILLING COHN.
IMII lund? l-l lltllM, lupin r
ft SKI bushell. Ml n d mut White, in ?lore,
l'lil bblH. Plottr (llranwny Mill) now.
4M MI. I.M I lor IM'KI I.I.H ni., Augusta .Mill?.
100 bblH. Ohl Raker's I-lour.
00 bbl*, liv.' Flour. For Hain br
STENHOUSE A co.,
August 21 3 Se. IIB Baal May,
~ CORN 1 OATS ! JIKA? I
1 Or?!? BU8HKI.S P1IIMK YKI.I.OW COHN
l?ZyJK) som) ims'iris prime Wbtltt .MIIIIIU;com
Gnu bushels liriclil (lain
21*81 1.nulo li I'T. uti Heavy limn.
Lauding and In aloro. For nain by
11. M. BUTI.KIt.
Aligns! 21_ 2 Nnrlh Atlantic Wharf.
SUPERIOR HEMP ROPE.
cAfi coius SUPERIOR HEMP HOPE.
OVJv/ For aalu by
AuHiial BJ_1 _MORDECAI A CO.
MUNNY CLOTH, i
I HOI.I.S- AIIOIIT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
II U Fur ?ale al
July aa imo MEETING STREET ICR HO CSF.
GRAND TRIUMPH !
PUKE MEDALS AWARDED
DUItYEA'S STAUCH & MAIZENA,
For their Incontestable oxcolloucc, at
PA IHR EXPOSITION, lfirvf.
ll HEAT INTEHNATIO.NAL EXPOSITION, LONDON,
QHEAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, HAM BUHU,
(ir. CAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, COLOONE.
STATES, AORICULTURU.. AMERICAN INSTITUTE,
AND MARYLAND IKKTII UTE STATE FAlllS.
49-Thoaa floods aro pre-omtncutly tho beal In tho
For salo hy all Grocers.
I WM. DURYEA, General Agent,
Mo. 100 FULTON STREET.
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(ISCOIU-OIUTED xovr.untii 1, lHOfi.)
\V I N E S ,
FROM THE VTNEYARDS Ol'
S mu? ma. Los Angelos ami Napa
W. H. CHAFER, Ageut.
NO. 707 EAST UAY. CHARLESTON. S. O.
HOCK, SHERRY. SWEET ANGELICA. MUSCATEL.
Port, Wino Hiller*. Claret. Sonoma Urandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Champagne lin (tuarts). Sonoma Chain
j 'tfiiie (In pints, 71 tn a case)-lu wood aud glass.
April 30 tiithsrimoK
JOHN MAC GREGOR & CO..
NOS. 173 AND 180 I'EAItL-ST.,
IMPORTRKS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
INDIA. SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY IIACIGINO.
n LINN V UAOS AND IIUHLAP SUITABLE FOR WHEAT
AND CORN SACK IM I; alsti, a [argo sud completo stock
of BALE HOPE, . min n ir.,- Western tiiacbbie-made
Ik mo. Mouilla, Flax sud .lille, Dalian 1 winos, etc., all of
which they oller at lair prices.
July 23 Hmo
THOMAS ll AGNEW,
lMl-ollll.il AKli lil.M.l.ll IN
Fine Groceries, t'tiolce Tena, Kt e.. Ric,
NOS. 200 aud2G2 GRKENWICH-..T., COR. OF MURRA?,
'^?^F?MTLY M ED ic I?ES f
WHAT 18 A corf)ll ? ms SOMETHING THAT
needs Dr. C. G. GARRISON'S EXPECTORANT at
Price fifty cunta per bottle.
For sale, woolcah) and retail, at my atora. No. 'Jil
South Eighth street. Philadelphia, and by
ix i W U A MOI NE.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. lill Meeting atreot, opposltu Charleaton Haul.
Oh 1 aha waa IK-SUUIUI and lair.
With ?larry oyca, and radiant hair,
Whoau curling- tendrils, suit eui wined,
Enchalnod tile very heart and mimi,
i'll I si' i lt COMA,
For Curling tho Hair of either Soi into Wavy
and U lossy R?IIKIOU or Heavy Massivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIB ? AND GENTLE?
MEN can hcautlly Ibemaclvca a thousand-fold.
It la the only article In thu world that will curl straight
hair, and at tho samo timo gire lt a beauUful, glossy ?i
penrnri re. Tho Crisper Coma not only curia tho hair, but
invigorates, beautifies ami cleanse? lt; ia highly and de?
lightfully permuted, and ls the moat completo article of
tbs kind ever offered to Ibo Amt rican public. The
Crisper Coma will bo sent to any addrcaa, scaled and
postpaid for $1.
Adttreaa all orders to
W. L. CLARK ll CO., Chemist.,
No. 3 Weat Fayctlo struct. Syracuse. N. Y.
Thara cometh glad tidings of joy to all.
To young and toold, to gloat and to miall ;
The hem ty which onco was BO precious and rare,
Ia free for all, and all may bo fair.
By tho nae of
For Improving and Beautifying Ibo Complexi?n, ~f- I
The moat valuable and perfect preparation lu uso, for
giving tl.o akin a beautiful poarl-liko tint, that bl only
found In youth. It quickly rumorea Tan, Frockles, Pim*
plea. Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. EmpUour,
and all Impurities of tho akin, kindly bealing tba samo
leaving tbs akin wblto and clear aa als baa ter. Ita tua
cannot bo detre led by tho cloaeal acruUny, and being a
vegetable preparation ls perfectly harmless. It is tim
only article of Ihn kind uaed hy Ibu French, and la con?
sidered by tbs Parialan as indispensable to a perfect
toilet Upwards of 30,000 bolUcs were sold during Ute
past year, a sufficient guaranleo of Ila officacy. Pride
only 75 cents. Bent by mall, post-paid, on receipt of an
BERGER, BHUTTH At CO., Ckomtsta,
286 River BL, Troy, N. Y.
STEAM OAS KITTE It AND 1'LUnlUKIf,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTUREK. GAH
FITTING AND PLUMBING PHOMPTLi IT
1 ENDED TO. No. 116 KING HIHEfcT.
August 31 notwoso lt niau aud OUCH tirrel*.
ra HOUUTI Ta a eroaaoa or PETHOLXUK, ITS nu
Dcors, AND OTUXn tsrusum.i OILS.
Sao. 1. Re ff onlotnrd Ay lat Mayor ?nj AUUmm, in
LSiy Council aitrmbled. Thal from and after tba 1Mb day
>f Jims next, lt shall not ba lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rook OH, Be ruino, Uenrole, or any other lu
lammabte ol] or oils on storage or for sale In any cellar,
itera or building south of Line street, tn a larger qnan?
ny than fifty callona on any one lot or promise., and
my auch quantity so kopi or stored ah all ba contaluod lu
i easels of Un or other metal.
ha*-. 2. That Petroleum, 1U products, or any other In
lammablo oil or olia, when brought Into the city by land
ir water, may CA kept on any lot or in any building Ui
?hieb cotton la not stored, for a period not exceeding
vrnnty fimr boura, ripon Ute expiration of which Umo lt
i hall be removed and kopi in tin man uer aa required by
he foregoing section.
Bes. 3. Any person or persons violating any part of
hie Ordinance anall be subject to a Ano of two hundred,
lollara, for each offene?, recoverable In any Court of conn
letifted In City Connell thia twenty-first day of May, ll?
the year of oar Lord one thonaand eight hundred and
ali ty-se ven.
(La) P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. ilwrcu, Clerk of Council. Juno 6
No. 1 LICENCES.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
July 34, 1MT. j
rHOSR PERSONS wno MADE APPLICATIONS FOR
No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE are hereby notified to to?
ort at th bi office with their applications immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
July 28_ Clark of Connell.
OFFICE CLERE OP COUNCIL, I
July 34, 1807. _J
TUNK-KROl' KEEPERS AND PEDDLEBH WHO
bare CAda application for LICENSES are hereby
oUIUd to rei ?rt ar thia office ItutnedUUe.y.
W. n. RUITH,
July 2? rrusk of Council,