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Cold clop ni in Now York on Saturday at HO?.
Cotton closed in Now York on Saturday nt '28.
Cotton cloned iu Liverpool ou Saturday al I0|i1.
for middling nplnuda.
Tho Atlanta AV10 Ara baa a long lotter from
Judgo UNDEnwooD, of Homo, Un., on tito imccBsity
and wiBdom of reconstruction under Hie BUBBBU?
HOL , ,
Tbo nabing intercala of Deer IHIO, Maine amount
to about $500,000 per annum. Over ono hundred
sail of Tcaaola aud ono thousand mon aro employed
in tho bitumens. ,"
It iBsaid that tho lalo Secretary of War, ED?
WIN M STANTON, is a nativo of Culpcppor County,
Virginia, and removed to Ohio when about twolvo
" Colonol A. J. M?EU, Chiof of tho Signal Corps,
baa bcon ordered by Ooncrnl GHAUT to Washing?
ton, to lako charge of tho Signal bureau. Ho ?H
tho author or tho Signal Codo now in uso in tho
Live stock incrcosca in numborsfar moro rapid?
ly in Australia than population, and tho groat
question now ia how to get rid of thom, lt is
proposed in ono placo lo erect a Joint stock estab?
lishment "capable or boiling dowu 10,000 sheep a
Prom tho Nowburry IlcraM wo loaru that llurrol
Hainas, a freedman ol Nowbcrry, has recently ro
lurucd hom Liberia, whithor ho wont with a colo?
ny last fill. Many of tho colonists aro dead, and
many others, nt tho timo of his doparturo, were
sick. Tho climoto and tho water don't suit thom.
Ono blueberry patch in Mamo oxtondB from Nar
raguagaa River cast a dint anon or twouly miles,
and almost OB far north aud south. About 10,000 I
bushels woro gathered boro Inst yoar, realizing to
tho pickers Iron ?25,000 to $30,000. This season
tho yield is not so largo, tho domaiid not so good,
and prices oro lower.
SASSAKI tlownoK. tho Japanese Commissioner,
visited thc papor milla at Holyoke, Mass., on Mon?
day, and on Tuesday visited tho shops or tho
Springfield Cork Company, vtowed tho machine- 1
ry at tho Western Railroad shops, for making lo- '
comotivcB, and examined thc LAMO Knitting Ma?
Tho English Parliament waa prorogued on
Woduoaday last. Tho Queen was not prosent.
Her speech was read by commission. She said
thoro was no ground for apprehending a war in
Europo. Tho Irish treasonable rovoll had proved
futile. Tho speech refera to tho new poid ni treaty
in tho United staten, Ibo Canadian Union and thc
Iii form Dill with satisfaction and congratulation.
M. B. BATEMAN, Ksq., Secretary or tho Lako
8boro Gropo Growers' Association, .inforniB tho
Sandusky Regaler that ho has recently visited a
largo nnrabor ol vinoyords along tho Lake Shoro,
from Sandusky eastward na far as Northeast Pa.,
and ulm around Pittsburg, and tho prospecta for j
a good crop wero novcr hotter on tho 10th of
August than thia year.
Accounts from all parts of Russia concur in
Blating thal tho yoar 1807 will bo noted as a year
of plenty. Tho crops of hompr wheat, millot and
oats uro in a prosperous condition. An uuuau
nlly largo crop of boot root is cxpoctcd. 'lim
liberated ocrfa ol Russia aro oxperioucing tho
difficulty of farming without capital. The rent
of ono year is often paid out of tho noxt year's
From eighty to ono hundred cor loada of peaches
pasB over tbo Philadolphin, Wilmington and balti?
more Railroad ovory ovouing, having bcon loadod
along tho lino of tho Dclawaro Railroad. Each car
holds 800 baskets or 400 IIOXCR, thus making au
avcrago of (11,000 baskots daily, which reach Now
York and Philadelphia by this routo alono. On
Monday ovoning 110 cars in thrco trains passod j
over tho road, 80 of which wont dirocl to Now
A most extraordinary, if not sanguinary, duel
waa fought at Wcchawkeu a few daya ainco by au
Englishman mid n Cubnn, to aolUo a quarrel aria
ing from tho claims of each to tho band of a
boautiful young hciroas. Thrco shots woro ox
ehangod ; tho Englishman had tho tip of his car
abet oil, and tho Cuban was shot in tho loft pos?
terior. Tho seconds then intcrforod, tho aurgoona
'dtenn.,1 IQ lu0 wounds, and nil returned to thoir
A private lotter or a lalo ?lalo, aays tho Mobile
ox?onYf^wfiSo1 farnilrcs wero hoing swopt away,
and there was largo mulei ml to opcrato upon. Tho
nurses were few, and tho doctors were ovortvorkod
and worn ont. Attacks in 1838 seem not to exempt
parties in tho present opidomic. Tbo interments
on Saturday amounted to twenty-thioo, and tho
following day to twonly-sovon-certainly a largo
mortality for so small a population. Tho Federal
troops wera suffering sevoroly.
A letter from Bordeaux, dated July 20, says.
"Tho prospects of tho wino crop for 18(17 aro by no
means favorablo. Tho inclemency of tho weather
haa caused a aproad of tho diaoaso knowu as tho
o?dium, WIIOBO attack could not bo warded ott? by
tho uso or sulphur, owing to tho heavy continuance
of shower* of rain and hail and high winds. It is
now thought that only one-half or two-thirds of the
quantity of grapes gathered in 1800? will bo obtain?
able in 18G7, and oven this small proportion will bo
Iossoncd if the wcathor does not improve Tno
inevitable conscquotico of thcao unfavorable pros?
pects is already moat apparent by an advance in
tho prieo or winos."
The following card appears in tho Baton Rougo
Adoacate: Editor Adec?ale: Sin-Allow ino to
pronounce myself na a candidato for Congress in
this District. I will stato to tho public my prin?
ciples : Liam in favor or taking tbo tax oft of
tho colton. 2. I am in favor to computerate tho
war debt. 3.1 am in favor of freo Irado with all
ii at ions. 4,1 am in favor of freeing all tho colored
people in Cuba. 5. I am in favor or tho subjee
Uon or Mexico. 0.1 am in favor or freo trad 3 and
sailors' righte. 7. I am in favor of ovory roan
having a plantation whon ho works for it. I bopo
my conumorous friends will support mo in this un?
dertaking, and clear this country of tho troublos it
la now in. Your friend, HENUY II A JUWIN.
Tho HouBton (Toxas) Telegraph loams that iu
Wharton and adjoining counties, U10 worm has, in
many instances, literally devoured tho crop. Tho
following is from tho Telegraph : " In convorBa
tion yesterday with a gentleman who baa travelled
considerably over tho Ptate, and made a protty
thorough examination or tho growing colton crop,
wo learn that I hem was some hopo that oven in
tho regions whoro tho worm bad commenced ear?
liest, and dono moat damage, a socond growth or
tho cotton would odd considerably to tho yiold.
This result has been experienced in former times,
WO learn, and ns tho worm commenced ils ravagea
very carly tho present season, and as a late Fall ia
apt to fallow Buch a late Spring as wo havo had,
wo should not bo surpriaod if tho anticipations
should bc realized."
A Belgian physician of groat roputo in caaos or
insanity thinks ho cancura tho Empress CABLOTTA.
8ho wept copiously at tho sight or her old homo
and tho servants ahn had known in her childhood,
and mourna constantly for MAXIMILIAN, who, abo
thinks, died of a favor. Tho poisoning etory is
now fully behoved. It ie said that abo was warned
by a notico found in hor dressing caso at Vora
Cruz that her liTo waa menaced by tho hand or a
so-called friend. She nnvrrtbcln.su embarked with?
out showing tho slightest outward sign or distrust.
Klio, however,avoided being alono withal loostono
member or ber suit throughout tho voyage. 8I10
took nothing beyond tho ordiuary ropasta served
on beard tho ?hip, and one day oven refused a cup
ot chocolata which had boen spec ?ally proparod for
her. It la certain that she mistrusted (bo porsons
around her, ed her fi om aomo instinct of hor own
or by reason of tho caul inn sho received, and
vrh'ch aomo timo later abo ncglcctod. Another
?talement ia that the poisoning wa? accomplished
during her Journoy to Romo. A second doso was
givon tho night boforo or tho morning of tho o'u
dicr.co at tho Vatican,
In tho northern portion of tho vost und anciont
kingdom ot China, largo foresta of tho grooBo trco
exist and flourish In all the oxulioranco of nativo
wildness. Thoy aro not, howovor, permitted to
ll euri sii to no purposo, but when orrivod at matur?
ity aro follod, and constitute tho eourco of con
sidorablo local traffic. Not very long ugo this tren
waa imported into India, writes tho Orocer and
tho oxporiinont has provod eminently successful.
In tho Punjaub and northwestern provinces gene?
rally it grows aa rapidly and as vigorously aa in
ita nativo soil, and lhere aro already thousands of
trooa on tho Government plantations yiolding tons
of need admirably adapted to a variety or commer?
cial purposes. Dr. JAMESON has proparcd hnntlrod
weight* or greaao from this particular troo, and
haa forwarded on trial a portion of it to tho Pun?
jaub Railway, to have ita qualitios tosted in a prac
tloal manner aa a lubricating material for those
parts of machinery constantly oxpoapd to friction
Tho gToaae Oma obtained forms an oxcollont tal?
low, burning with a clear, brilliant, and, what ia in?
finitely moro to tho purposo, a while light, and at
the a amo timo omitting not a trace oT any unpleas?
ant odor, or of tho ordinary disagreeable accom?
paniment of oombusliOQ, viz: smoko.
" 4?CURKJ3NT TOPICS.
TUE lliiiiaios? Whig linn tho following sousiblo
?cmarka on " Honor" : It wau BU iudisputablo eon- j
lilioii or tho Coiifodorato aiirrciidcr that tho con
TUPriiiK |K)wcr should regulato MHI dispose ?>f tho
lolilical condition of Uio conquered. GotsORll I.i'.r.
lid nol make. probably did not attempt !<. make,
my Bli|iidiiti'>" ItruebblK the political status <if Ititi
tooth and her people, (ltnomi .loussros did
jiako auch an nttom|it, hut Ilia condilioiia were
[iroinptly and peremptorily aol asido ul Washing?
ton, mid ho surrendered, an did Honorai EEK, with
tho implied uiiderHlanding thu. tho whole question
af what diBjioHitioii WIIH Ioho innilo ol tho Southern
States, whet position they were to occupy in rela?
tion lo tho (1 oven.neut, what privileges, friin
chiHo, Ac., were lo bo accorded lo their citi/.uiis,
waa to bo determined by tho conqueror. .Mr.
DAVIS i? reported lo buvo replied th" other day, to
a question as to what ho thought of roxsoiistruc
tion, that it was a matter with which wo tlhe poo?
plo of tho South) had nothing to liol Ho answered
rightly. Tho whole business ia in tho banda of
those lo whom wo aurrendered, out only shaio iu
it hoing to avail ouraelvea or tho plan thoy adopt.
Truo, wo may aullcnly retuso to do tins if wo are
so stupid; but Ibu), wlnlu it would cut un OH* from
tho benefits of tho plan aubmittcd, would not ro
liovo IIB of ita burdons mid obligation*. Wo hnvo
bad a good donl of unnoccBHary and misapplied
lalk about Southoni honor na cuneurncd in tho
modo of ndjiiBtmoiit. A pertinent query would bo
whether tho circumstances and couditiona ot our
Burrondor did uol bind our honor, niter accepting
Miifety upon tho condition thal thu eomiucror
Bhould aoltlo our futuro political Malus, not lo
Beek to control, inipcdo or dofeut tho Hcttlcuient
dotoi mined on? Wo liavo enjoyed tho ooiiBidora
tion, ahall wo dodgo thu agrcoiuonl?
Tos STYLE OF bathing drossea tor ladiaa b at
tho prosonl limo under discussion, MIVH thu Doaton
Post, nnd appoars to bo OB livoly a topic as tho
dog-day wuatbur will loloralo. Tho corrcspon
douta at tho coaat describe with an unction of Ihcii
own tho b.-nuliful becomingnuBB of ono Indy bathui
in auch a rig; of nnolhor ina bag of n gnrmuiil
that "models iteohT diviuoly upon her form" as slit
?morgen Uko Aphrodite from thu envious soa; of l
third thal ia "rovoaling yoi concealing" in it? cul
and characteristics-and so on through a rolishfti
hat. Mow it ia as natural that a lady ubould desiri
lo look like a perfect charm aa sho eumoa np uni o
tho briuo, ns that abo should cherish a wickoi
wiBh to frighten buraca willi tho shocking uglines
of har disguieo ; aiid-slio known-for what is thor
tint ?ho dooanot know?-that arrows nro HIIOI a
Btraight to thoir mark whoo wet drapery clings ti
a faultloaa form, and Biiowy tool patter Uko littl
hirds acrouB tba sands of tho bunch, ns who:
btrcainurs of tantalizing laou and bowildoriti]
folds of gauzy muslin float droamily about hor li
tho cool recessen of thu deep piazza mid thu HC
chilled window. Hence thoBO thingn aro botte
loft lo tho decision and adjustment of tho BOX. Th
nowapapjra will have no moro iiitluoiico in timi
Butttomont than thoy had in giving uhnpo or eil
ciimferenco to thu hoops Unit lind their doB)ioli
run and cleared tho aidowalk moro effectually tba
BO ninny squads of policemen. Tho BOX will b
found to have as quick an uyo for tho piclurcaqii
and tho atriking in a bathing coatumo as any ol ii
who have jual no buainoea at nil to aay a ayllabl
about it excupt in an unBiispoctod whisper.
THE MEMORIAL DIPLOMATIQUE aaya thal ll:
physicians wuro uunninioua in rocomuioiuliig lt
Quean of tho Belgians to aparo her aiatcr-iii-ln
from any groat excitement on tho occasion of Uti
Ural mcoting after a long separation. At tho hi gi
of hor Majcaly thu Empress appeared more BU
prised than moved. Hor peculiar sagacity canst
hor itiHtinetivoly to comprohond that HOIIIO gre
ovent had occurred which abo who hud been i
long kept in completo isolation WAH allowed om
muru to embrace n beloved relative, hut fearii
doubtless to learn too apuodily tho irropuruh
loss abu had sustained, nbc mado nu inquiry
tho Hist interview tor information concerning tl
Emperor MAXIMILIAN. Bbc rather appealed
study tho counton anco of tho Queen, in order
dotcct Homo ground for hope or alarm. Tim Que*
waa attired in half mourning only, with the objc
of occasioning nu little excitement as possible
tho mind of tho nuguBt Hiifferor. Hut tho Inti
tho next morning perceived from tho window
tho apartment that the Queen's attendnnta wi
in dcop mourning, and immediately uudcrflte
?tin ni V.?' ...:..<??.?..-- -.ni.-_<...
waa not cxprcasod in words. It could not be ?loni
ed that tho Empress no longer entertained a
illuBinn aa to tho fate of hor husband, although
ono had ventured to rovcal it lo bur. Hor cal
resignation wan a HiiOicioiil proof of hor knot
odgo of tho and ovent.
DisnAEU HIDE a romarkablo apeech ut tho ba
quot givon by tho Lord Mayor of London to t
Ministers of tho Crown. Hu aaid: "I have HC
in my limo several monopolies terminated, and i
coldly I have Boult thu termination of thu inouti?
lioa of liberalism. (Cheers and laughter. ] N
aro wo to bo um-prised whon curtain poraotiB L
lioved thoy had tho hereditary right, wlicnovor
waa necessary to renovate thu institutions of Un
country, that they should bo somewhat diapleoa
thal any othor persona ahuuld presumo to inti
fcro in doing that which, I hopo, in tho apirit
truo patriotism, thoy believed the requirements
tho State i en riere d necessary, f Hear, hoar.] B
I am B?ro, whon tho hubbub baa passed away
whon tho shrioks and acroauiH wo heard aumo tin
ago, and which hnvo already subsided into ao
and sighs [laughter] aro hoard no morn-th
nothing moro terrible will bo discovered than thi
tho Tory porty has roaumod ita natural fuuclioi
in tho govorumoot or tho country. [Cheon
For, my Lord Mayor, what ia tho Tory party u
loss it represents national fooling? If il ropr
sonta not national focling, Toryism is nothiti
My Lord, it docs not depend upon horcdilary c
torios of exclusivo nobles." Lord DEBBY sat no
tho apoakor, and scorned to consider tho apeoi
just the thing, in Bpito of ita attack upon "bored
ary rights." But timon aro indeed changed
Tnx FOLLOWING) enthusiastic and gushing bul
of Chicago modoaty appoarod in tho Times,
that city, on Ibo 15th: "Chicago yields tho pa
to no othor placo in anything, Whon it is a qui
Uon of rascality, Chicago ia just aa much ahead BB
limiters of onterpriao and progresa. W hiskey
eighty conta a gallon, and tobacco at sixteen
eighte en couta a pound, aro among tho moat coi
moo evidences of tho niall of Chicago operate!
Whon a auperior rascal graduates anywhere, 1
naturally comes to Chicago. A caso iu point
that of two well known gentlemen who havo late
ttrrivod here from tho Eaatby thoadvico of oorla
revenue, uftic era, and who proposo to opon d ist ?Hod
im account of tho facilities which this mark
affords for Ibo disposal of an illicit article. Th
dato that thoy can gut all tho whiskey thoy wa
lor "redistillation" und othor purposes at oigh
'cu?n a gallon. lu frauda, Chicago, os in eve
>ther thi'-.g, has its usual pro-oiuinonco."
IN THE oonuEsroivDENCE from Frnncc, publish,
n yesterday's Herald, a detailod and iuterostii
lemont or tho voyage of tho Uunderberg ie givo
Thia formidable war vasse, or monster, ua i
night call it, modo a splendid voyago from Nc
fork to Franco within fifteen days, and hohavi
idrnirobly in ail sorta of woathor. Sho yielded
ho holm as comly ns tho lightest vcaaul, and roi
in Ibo wavca buoyantly. In fact, she is a gre
riumph or American ship building, and for M
YEOH, her builder, in particular. Tho French a
lolightod with thoir purchase, and thoy may wi
io ao; for tho Dunderberg, beyond all question,
ho moat formidoblo ship of war afloat. Tl
thor powora or Europo may follow tho example
'rauco and como to America for vossola
trongthon (hoir navies. Lot thom como. V
nvo tho skill and material, and if nny of tho
ant it wo can now build a ram that would sit
Ax ENOI.ISR PAPEU has thid story: "A very c
?OHS incident occurred yesterday in thc Holme
oi.ia during tho progress of tho Broadalbai
coragoj cine. Mr. ANDEMOS, Q. 0., in alludii
) ono of tho poraona whoso nanto hod boen mo
oncd, i died him Captain I'ATUIOK OAUPBEL
ho Lord Chancellor said tho Captain's ?amo w
ol FATBIOK, but PETES. Mr. ANDE?SON Bald Un
ero convortiblo terms. Tho Lord Chancelle
Vhat I aro ST. PATHIOK and 8T. PET EH tho samo
tr. AMDIULSON: 'Yea, tho names arc Ibo nairn
ord COLONSAY intel mod tho Lord Chancellor th
io loamed conns d waa right -in Scotland PA
IOK waa P&TEB aud PETES was PATIUCK. Tl
ord Chanosllor said it oortainly was infbrmath
i him." .
Tho State Convention or tho Good Templars
annootlcut -ommencod at Uorldon on Wedne
ty, to last throe days, probably. Ono day is I
> dovotod to tho Soorot Hordeo. Thoro la a grx
tal of opposition among tempor?neo mi
iroughoat tho State to the employment of apte
hoy nay that tho beat mon cannot bo obtained
nisdale, that, kind of baslnoss, and that it
ir Ung tho temperan oe oauao.
JLiAUUKsr CIRCULATION.- The DAILY
MEWS publishes the Official ln\t af Let
'cn, remtiininy in thc. Postufficc at th?' ena
if each lonek, agreeably to thc. following
icclion of the Neut Postoffu* Imto, at thc
newspaper haoimj thc. lanjcst circula lian in
the City oj Charleston:
HaPTHWO. Ami lu? tt further marted, Tint Hutu o? let
ter? rvaaetlltni! uncalled fur in any Potdonve lu any div,
town ur Villau.?-, ?her? n iie.??pnpiT ?hull he prllllill,
Hhall lirrraflvr l>o priMktlK tl once only lu Un aowepapei
?M?h Mn* published weakly or oftener, ehall have (lin
lernst circulation within nunn of delivery ul thu ?atti |
ira" AU coniuvintealums intruded tor put/Haition in \
this fettmai must be addressed fa the hitter oj tm
Jlnily Kew*, iVo. 18 Ihtyiu-uli trt,ChgrtestoH, *". C.
Ilusiiirss I'vmmunicdttons io l'uU?shvr o? IhiUy
Wecannot undertake to re!urn rejected communica?
Mccrtiscmciits outxit'e ol'the city must be aCCOtttptt
nial wit'i thc cash.
MONDAY MORNING, AUQU8T 20, 1?G7.
Jou Wornt.-Wo have now completed our
office so ns to oxecule. in thc shortest possible
lime, ALL KINDS OP .IOU WORK, nnd we
most respectfully ask thc pntronngo of our
THU HON. C. W. DUDLEY.
Wc call ntlcntion to n very enrnest nnd ably
? writlcn nrlicle of tho Hon. C. W. DCULKV, of
j Marlboro", published on our first pngc this
morning. Col. DviiMtT is nu. honored citizen
ol' South Carolina, who lins for yenrs enjoyed
I he confidence of his follow-citizens, nnd sui in
thc council taits of Ito Stalo. Uer intcrosts
ure his interests, nnd his admonitions should
not bc rashly rejected. Col. Di'iii.i'.v luis been
u consistent Union man from first to last, but a
lover or his BtntC nono (Ito les?. Wc hope nil
our rentiers will rend his remarks on the Con?
vention soon to bo hold in this Stute, und on
whnt il limy bo expected thc Convention will I
do nnd whnt it will not do. As things ure, I
Col. D. will uluiost or necessity occupy fi lend?
ing position in (he Slnto during thc next Tow
years, nnd it niny bo a matter or some conse
t|iicncc ere long to know whnt his opinions ure
I on nny given i|iicstion.
?THE CUISIS AND T1IK UEIIIUDY."
Tho New York Herald af Hie ?'Jml has nn edi?
torial under the above title. Tho "Crisis" we
understand und Tully admit, ami naturally lecl
aillions for ii suitable "remedy." ' Tho Herald
snys tho President hus ? great trump curd in
his hniul, nnd tills trump card thc Herald wanta
Mr. JOHNSON to play. "The moment lina
come." "Let Mr. JOHNSON strike the blow;
let him give the country CNIVKUSAI. AMNESTY.
The negro will then take his proper pince, and
in Ibo light oin. freedom which is his right he
may eniergo from nienlnl darkness. Willi uni?
versal amnesty thc reconstruction problem will
bo finished nt n stroke ; intelligence will rc
plocc ignornncc, nnd Puritanism mid thc negro
may take position secoutl lo thc common sense
of Hie country." So says tho Herald, nnd wc
?mist say wc like Hie programme ; although wc
cannot exactly see how the playing of (his
trump caril will sweep thc Stakes. Tho Presi?
dent, during the past twenty-seven months ex?
tended amnesty, in thc shape of special par?
dons, to n large number of cx-Confedcratcs.
These, however, ns far ns wc can see, have not
advanced tho reconstruction of the Soulli nny
moro than thc Presidential proclamai ions nbro
guting martial InW have restored civil rule lo
these Stales. Kor all practical purpose.! the
Presidential purdon has become a nullity. Thc
*"w>""',"c'*"*^rra"fi?~p?re?n shall al any
timo bo entitled to bo roistered or to voto by ma?
son of any executive pardon or mum sly for any
ucl or thing which, without such pardon or mu?
lteity, would disqualify him from registration or
If then those who have already been par?
doned nrc nevertheless disfranchised, how can
n declaration of general amnesty be (hut trump
curd tho Herald would have us believe'.' Il
would only como bnck lo thc same thing, vi/.:
An additional cnusc tof quarrel between thc j
President anti Congress. Nothing more; nnd
in this wc do not see that we should bu thc I
l in: SITUATION IN Kl HOPE.
Never before in thc history of tho world |
have so many of Ihc "Kings of men" been on
their travels, na during Ihc present summer.
Thc official Moniteurs und Xeitunyen have taken
great pains lo show that these inlcrchnngca of |
royal civilities were entirely without political
significance. Thia, however, Ihc world ap?
pears not inclined lo receive ns a correct state?
ment of (he case. If, it is said, these sover?
eigns merely visit euch other lo interchange
nsssurnnccs of good-will nnd friendly greeting,
why arc they ul ways accompanied by their j
lending ministers nnd coimsollora T Thc latest
of theso conferences took placo ut Salzburg, on
Austrian territory. NAPOLEON nnd FRANCIS
JOSEPH mot hero with their Primo Miniatcra.
Tho Moniteur anya, there ia no Iruth vvhatovcr
in (he rumor that thia wna a political meeting.
Thc unoflicinl press, however, insists on be
licving thc opposite.
One of thc principal objecta of this visit on
thc part of NAPOLEON, it is thought, is to satis?
fy tho french peuple that thc House of Haps?
burg docs not hold him responsible fur the
death of MAXIMILIAN. It is saiil also, that thc
recent visit of thc Ktnpreaa KIUIKNIK lo Osborne
wna due to a similar motive, lo disnbuso the
mind of Quoen VICTORIA in relation to ?ny
opinion she may have formed prejudicial to tho
Kreuch Kinpcror, because of any supposed re?
sponsibility on his part in (ho dcaOi of MAXI?
MILIAN. This, it is said, thc Empresa e?oelod
by Huhrnitling tho correspondence that had
passed between NAPOLEON nnd MAXIMILIAN.
The Austrian government is Clearly of tho
opinion that MAXIMILIAN brought misfortune
upon himself, in that ho resolved lo remain
whon tho French begged and persuaded him lo
leavo with them. Thia wc may Infer from thc
relations thal have obtained between tho two
governments since tho fatal occurrence. It
may he, moreover, Hint Ihc Kmpcror FRANCIS
JOSEPH look? upon Hie death of his brother
julio difforcnlly from whoi has generally boen
iiippojcd. MAXIMILIAN was never popular at
i'm brothor'a court ; was lookeil upon with
ealousy, and on account of his democratic pro
ilivitirs thought somewhat tlaiigcroua. Heneo
vo can readily understand why every thing
ihould hnvc been ilono nt tho recent visit of |
NAPOLEON to bia Majesty or Hapsburg, to pro
luco n popular impression in favor or tho
This much thc Herman papers aro willing to I
oncctlo ; but ihey protest against any infer
ince being drawn from thia entente eordiale, to
ba effect or Austria lending a willing cur lo an
illianco proposed by Franco, unless il wcro ror
lefensivc purposes alono. Anuir?a apprehends
lostililics from Russin, and it is quite probable
hat in (he ?vent of I'ruaaia countenancing nny
liuposilion ou (he part of Russia that looks lo
he partition or Austria, tho loller power should
oek protection nnd safely in tho bosom of I
'rance. Rut under existing circumstances this [
s not a supposable oase. Tho ozislenco and
itegrity of Austria is an advantage to Prussia
nd to Germany, and a hindrance only to Rus?
ia ; it is impossible, therefore that the Pru
ian govornmont should ever enter into an alli
nce wilb Russia for such a purpose.
Should Austria, ou tho other hand, contcm
lalo an alliance with Franoe, for tho purpose
r undoing vt hat has been effected in Germany
uring tho paat two years, she would put her
slf in an attitude hostile to all Germany, and ,
ovid risk Ike loss of her i? crinan hiirriaarcs
Rich inclino Much nun? io II union willi Incl
IT in II ii IVlhnv-rmiiili-yiiHin I li n ti willi I h vi
luvic folhiw-suhjcols. The reeling in lavor of |
ni iona i milly In Inn ntl predominant in every
arl ol* (?ermnny ; TIM! Austria ran scarcely lin
opposed tn in- sn -im I us tn openly disregard
liv existence uT thia apir il anti act in direct op'
?osilion to its iliclatcs.
Thora is, Ihereforo, only on? basis loft upon
vliich nu alliance may lio lu ought nliout bc
rreeu franco and Austria, namely: Tho unil'i
lattl?n of Ijorinany as a Confederation of H tat CS.
i'liis unity cannot bc prevented, nor eau tbo
ivgoiiiony bc taken from Prttssla; bul au Bi?
lanoo of Franco and Austria, lier eastern and
1er western neighbors, may prevent any aori
3us disturbance resulting from Ibis consolida?
tion lo thc l.uropctiii hiUunoc ot' power. As it
is Tail*, moreover, to assume timi Ibo baltic of |
tallowa bits taught licit li Kranes und Austria
thal I lie dcvolopmcnt ol' tho iintioual feeling
wouhf stiller no detriment, wo think it probable
that tlic conference nt S tl/.bui g lina special
reference to Ibo preservation of this balance of |
power, and therefore jun lakes moro of a pa?
cific (han of a bellicose character. Thia we
may conclude witli I li e grenier confidence, as
tito relations between l-'runcc and Prussia bavo
latterly bocoiito of a much moro satisfactory
Thc I-'renell Government appears to distrust
its ability to copo with l'rusaia in u coutlict of j
urina; and us in such a war she could not count
with certainly upon Hie co-operation of any
other power, thc lone of her olticial papers baa
undergone u very striking ohnngo, and we now
have l lie most solemn asseverations that France
tittil never iiiiil any thought of interfering in
the Schleswig question, Vnd that bur constnut
endeavor was to allay the jealous sensibilities
of Meralany. Thia friendly tono is recipro?
cated by Ibo ofheial pnpers in Merlin, which,
however, significantly stutc thal tho possibility
of war between the two nations can only bc
permanently set aside by France giving up all
pretensions lo Ibo political lcadoraliip in Fu
ropo. She must nol continue lo manifest such
jealousy nnd anxiety lo put down every potsl
I hie rival. France must not again expect any
concession from Prussia which would alrcet
lier position nnd iutlucnco in (lormany. On
Ibo other hand, Franco need not fear (hat
Prussia contemplates nny infringement of her
rights This language, il is thought, was I bc
tho substance of the notes recently sent lo
I'nris by Ibo Ferlin Cabinet, where tiley doubt?
less produced a decided impression, ns thc
French Government must have soon, from thc
recent phase of tho North Schleswig question,
that in all national nlluirs Prussia lins Hie en
liro (?crinan people nt her back.
This is the view of (ho Fronco-Qormnu qtics
t ion taken by thc independent portion of the
(lei ninii press in this country, represented by
Ibo Now Vork Stunts Xritumi, from tho "Ku
roftvisekt Jliinthchtiu" in which Ibo foregoing
speculnlions arc principally taken.
BAKERS WANTED I nAKKHS WAIMTISIII
Wauled Immediate].-, a No. 1 UREA I) llAKIilt, who
ia capable of takln? rhnrgu of work, and miming- an
oven. Kona hut a (Irnt class man need apply, lo such a
ono, ii steady und desirable place with good wages can bo
Wanted a SECOND HANI', capable of running an
I oven. Apply at THIS OFFICE._Au8U^_'-0_
iTtr?lVTED, A COMPETENT AM? HT.I.l,
VV recommended NUHSl', to Uko charge of two
young children. Apply at No. RS COMINU STREET,
eumur of Hull Street._ 1 _AU*^1'L"*
SITUATION WANTED.-"WANTED. KY A
married luau, of steady hablu, a situation in any
n-apocUblu business. Will mako himself useful lu af.
must any capacity. Address "U. al Ibis olllce.
I rpo KENT, TIIK STOKE AMI DlVELLINt!
J. No. SM KIMI STHKET. (A New Front tn rorrea
pond with tho Store of Messrs. LEWIS COliEN A Co.,
rpo KENT. THAT I > I ; s i 11 \ 111, i ; LUCA
X TED ST?HE, No. 303 Klug street, bclwceu Went?
worth nml Society stn . ls Possession glvon on thu Int
of October next. Apoly lo STEINMEVEH A SON., foot
of ll,miram - tieri. August 'il
O KENT, THAT DEHRABLI RES I.
DENCE, No. ll KINO STIIEET, with all thu neccs
??ry outbuilding., cistern, Ac. luiiutro at No. tl, .SOUTH
SIJUEJIFTUKAUUVE. 'vtm Juno 4
rpo Rafi NT, THE COMMODIOUS" AND
JL pleasantly situated Iwo and a half story 1IHICK
UWELLINII No. S3 ll.se) street, norlh side, near Etsi
Hay. Possession given ou lat September. Apply at
" ms OFFICE._ August 31
A HAKE CHANCE.-FOR SALE AT A
?_ I1AR0AIN, Stock. UUniils. Ac. of a VEOETAHLE
l A UM ou the Neck, within city bouudary, very fertile
and in perfect working order, with leaae.of five years, at
a moderate rent, larg? dwelling and necessary outbuild?
ings, Ultu maroon grove; retin?os fur selling, owner
going North. No ageuU and only those meaning busl
i.c-i.i uecd apply, at NO. IB JASPEll COUUT.
August 30 3?
FOK SA l.IC, A PINE SADDLE AND DRAFT
HOUSE. Would suit first rato tor a buggy. In.
qulro st No. 82 STATU STIIEET.
August 30 I?
I7U1K SALE, A COMFORTABLE ANO NEAT
; RESIDENCE ut Alkoo, wllh a Lot 330 fact frout
-ul IK) deep, in a central location.
This Itealtlcnee ls very desirable, having every accom?
modation needed. It will bo aold reasonable for cash
or ou time. Apply to Dr. RODRIGUES, corner of Meet?
ing oud Society .trouts, or to W. PEKONNEAU FINLEY,
Esq.. Aiken. 2 August 34
rpuE sunscniBEK HAS REMOVED mn SHIP
? CHANDLERY BUSINESS to No. 14? EAST BAY
corner Unity Alloy, a Cow doors below the old sUnd.
August 23 ALBERT O. STONE.
WILLIAM LL G?LL1LAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. S3 HAYN K STTtEET.
SIIA? MELFORD & KELLY,
GENERAI, COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
NO. 1 ROYCE'S WHARF,
Charlettoti, fi. C,
w. w. inacKSxronn. wu. AUKS MLLT.
July 13 f
WILLIS & ?HIS0L1U,
FACTORS, COMMISSE MERCHANTS,
W1Vai?tV2>% 1? S"8. fUnOHARE, HALE ARD
_Billi MENT ito Foreign aDdDomcillo Purl.) ol
SOTTON. RI CE. LUMBER AND NAVAI. STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. 8. C.
k/J^H'"!:.*. R. omsoi.M
On poer IS
TUE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION DU81NE8S
will for Uis pre seat bs carried on aa usual by the
naif reigned at No. 41 East Ray, over the tiaro formnrlv
lecupled hy 0RA1O, '1 HOMEY A CO.
Alf parsons having Individual claims mull present the
limo, and Uioao Indebted individually vrill make pay
O"1! to JOHN TUOMR V.
Orr inc Crank or CoonciL, 1
- .. M?r IMT. 1
1 bo foUowtng Section of .. An Ordinance to aboU.h tho
fllco of ttpcrintendent of 8tr?eta . to provide for Eoep
ng (Ito streets- Lanes. Alleyn, and open Courts In the
Illy of Charles.too Clean, and for other purposes," ts
emby published rnr Ihe Information of aU cODcernsd i
F?rths due protection of the said contractor or con?
rade rs, u ii further ordained. That every owner, lessee,
ccupanl and tenant ot any premises fronttag bi any
Irtel, lane, alloy, or open court, shs]] on every day
(undara excepted) have the dirt, nilli, garbage, or other
Sal, placed In front of his or ber lot. In a barrel, box or
cap, and In r?admets for (hs contractor, by ibo hour of
sven o'clock, A. M., Irom the first day of Mario tbs
rsl dav of November In every year : and by tho hour ol
toe o clock, A. M., from the first day of November to
io iret day of May following. And any poison offend
ig herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or other
Bal, In any street, lane, or aUey, or opon court, alter the
our! above named, .hall be aubjeet to a floe not lass
ian two nor mora than five dollars, for each sad every
(fence, to be Imposed by the Mayor.
Ry order W, H. SM ITU,
M?y 16 aerk oj connell
OFFICE OF TUE CHIEF OF POUCH, 1
Cn ARI .re ros, H. C., May 4 Iso". I
[MIE REO UT, AR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
L Inclotures, vault*, Ac, will norma once on Monday
ut, tl lust. Owners and occupants are hereby required
i tes that their premises aro In good condition and that
I filth and garbage lt removed as renal red by O rd I.
ince. Other Inspections will follow, i
Dy cider of Mayor Oatu.aan,
0. D. RIO WAU).
Chief of Polit?,
KltlKNlrSllU? IfOUUK, WO, U, A. M.
VHKtltll.Mt COMMUNICATION Off 'I'llls LUIKIK
will lie billi Thit tr.??..?HU. al H uVtuek,al Iii?
lui.imlf Hail. M,min i- nu.i i uuliil.1. ? (?nvi rii Ull in
..Hl'? eeesardl' paty.
Hy m.Irr ni Iii?. \V. M. ll. SCO?T,
AiiuiiHtW i> Scerclary.
MEMORIAL ASKIWI \TIOX.
nilKKK WILL Hi: A MKlillXll ur ii IIS ASSOCIA
L THIN nt Mnii.ii:,- ll ill. i,TU. r ni Klux Mid Wciil
i ur iii streut*, on puitlcuUt iMlSiUe**, ?t hairpsnl 6
,'cloeV T.i-J/,irr,i,,' AfUrmmn, STlh.
Augllat 20 'I
E1M I ATIUNAI. KSTAI11.INI I .viEVI' ?ir
KEV. ?lt. MYKHS.
rpilK PIUNCIPALOF Till; ABOVE NAMI'.D INsii.
J. TUTION ha. much pl-vim o io .um,nm. nu: to lil*
|iatrona, aa well aa to tim imbil,- i;uu-rally, that Dwaag lu
culiUiuml Increase In tim number ol poplin, lin im
I, niinl lt ueccaaary tn oblaiii moro aullabli' prumlet?, ami
therefore eoe u red Hie cummodiuil* ami eligible bou?e
?tluatcd at Ibo Northwest earner of Coming Bini Hull
Tho aim of thu Institute brine to thoroughly educate
the pupil, for collegiate nr buMucsi career; n BTateullille
auil m-,?urabi elementary training ia mlupicd for auch M
may iioo 1 that rourac, o nd n, culler advautagca are aase
offered for tho tinily of thu classics, Mutin mull 'i sud
In cona*M|uunce nf recent necss.sry changea mad o lu
tho government of thu Academy, and with a view ul
raclUlatm.; tho tnlorcbtn of tho pupila, tho Principal will
bo assbilnd by Mr. JOHN O A NN UN. a gcnUoman of
knowu ability, and who baa had considerable experience
in th? art nr leaching. Slr. HANNON performed bia
collegiate courso of .tunica with illatinctlun. In ono of
Hm beat colleges In Franco, and aubactpjcutly taught thu
French languages and classics with unusual auccoas, lu
thu college of lllols In tust country. Hare and excellent
advautagca ant therefore afforded for thu aludy ot
French under bia supervl.lou.
A primary class connoted with tho Inatltutlou ls cn
ducted by Mba ROSA DIBBLE, and Ibo various depart
monlH receiving tho pcreonal aupcrintcudciicn 6f Um
Principal; every exertion ls mada to promote lim lntcr
esta of the pupils. Courso or Instruction : English,
French, LsUn, Orssk, Hebrew. Spanish sud Oannait
language.. inf Um July 16.
THE EXERCISES OF OUR SCHOOL, WILL BB Hi:
SUM EU on .Mon hiy, the QCtb instant. Hoya will bo
prepared for tho Junior Classes of any of our Colleges or
Ulled for Umbum. French will bu tanghL Terms very
inodt rate and no extra uhargoa. Wc havu a Pr?vala
Claas tur young men In tbo afternoon.
JOSEPH D. SEABROOK.
Auguat 2S 3* WILLIAM SEABROOK.
WANTED, HY A OEVTLEJ1AN AND HIS
WIFE an UNFURNISHED ROOM and BOARD
In aumo privato family. Sltuatlou must bo central. Ad
dreaa W. W.. KEY UOX No. 8. ftuw August 23
OARDINCL-THREE ??L.ICASANT ROOMS
with good BOARD can be had ou Immediate ?pi li
rsUtm to Nu. 69 CHURCH STREET, wost aide. Dear
Tradil streut. Tenus reasoualile._June M
Y^XCKl.l.KeJT BOARD. AT VERY LOW
Vi rates, lu Ute most central business part of tho city,
wlthnut lodging. In a private hnuse, eau new ba had.
fur particular, address "X. L," Postofflce. May 16
LEAF TOBACCO AND SEGA11U
ALWAYS ON HAND ALL KIN. OF LEAFTOHACCO,
rrom lucent upward t.. if, per lb., and also HE
i OAKS Hom xi' err M anil upward, lu lola to ault pur*
thaneT. Uy C. MADSEN.
No. GS Society aired, ucar King atrueL
AUgawt M__ wami*
" Li CRIOLA "
CORNER BROADWAY AND1JTII STREET,
rpnE UNDERSIGNED WILL DE PLEASED TO SEK
J. bis Southam friends. Tho choicest HAVANA SK
I OARS, or all the leading brands, willi a general assort
I mont of Smokers' Articles alwaya on baud.
1 Juuot D. OTTOLENOUl. Agant
MASONIC ORPHAN'S HOP.
?OYO, WILSON & CO., Managers,
(ireat Extra (Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
TICKETS ONLY ONE DOLLAR,
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, GA.,
I I' li M n Hit Ul,, 1*67,
S10 will pnrchaso a Paakago of ten Tickets, Habla
lo draw ?30,11011.
I AU Prisca paid wlthoat dlscounL
Official Drawings sent each purchaier.
AU Prixea Cashed st this Ofllce.
UsT" Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
orders by* simply enclosing iu.y with full ail ii re as.
a 0" AU ordure fur Tickets, Sobernas, aad InformsUon
to be addressed to JAMES KERR,
Lock Box No. C84, Charleston. S. C.
Omeo: Nr.. 20 BROAD STREET. Imo Augusta
NOTICE TO SAH.mts OR IMMIGRANTS
HOTEL OR BOARDINO-HOUSK KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,
March 13, 1867. .
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
thu LegiaUlure, paaai-d tho '.'nth day of lb cumber,
I860, all persona ccuccrned are hereby notltiod to call M
thia Office aud take out thc required licenso Immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
SH ACT ron TUE Br.lixn raoTEc-nos or scaafxx tm
lalllKinANTU IM TUB PO HT IUD llaTUlOU OP CHABLX*.
I. Bf it tiuicttil. by tkt Senate and ?louie af Repretenta
tiret, now met and tiUtng in General Atiembly, and by (As
auiAertfy of tnt tame, 'That Itahall not bo lawful for any
poraou, except a pilot or pubUc ofBcer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving In tba port or harbor ot
Charleston, before such vessel shall have boeu m ado faa!
to tho wharf, without Brat obtaining I eave from tho mas
ter or person having charge of auch vcaaol, or from her
owner or agents.
ll It ?ball not be lawful for any owner, agant, master,
or other person having charge or any voaael arriving or
beag in the port or Cnarie?ton, lo permit or au thorne
any ?allom, hotel or boarding bouso keeper, not licensed
aa hereinafter provided, or any agont, runner or em
Eloyeo or any Bailor's or ?runLgTSnt s hotel or boarding
ouso, to board, or attempt to board, any vcaaol arriving
in. or lying, or uelngln tho harbor or port ot Charleston,
before auch voascl shall bsve boen made fast lo tho wharf,
or anchored, with intent to invite, aak or BO licit the
boarding of any of tho crew employed on such Teasel.
III. lt shall not bo lawful for any sailor's or laural
grant's hotel or boarding house keeper, or tho employee
of any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding bouse
keeper, having boarded any vcaaol m ado fast to any wharf
In tho port of charleston, to neglect or refus0 to leave
aaid vessel, after having boon ordered ao to do by tho
master or person having charge of such vessel.
IV. It shall not be lawful for any person to keep, con
duot or carry on, either aa owner, proprietor, agont or
otherwise, any sailor's or Immtgrani'a boarding boase,
or Bailor's or immigrant's hotel, in tho city ol Charlearon,
without having a licenso from tho City Council thereof,
V. It shall not be lawful lor any person, not naring the.
license in this Act provided, or not being the regular
agent, milner or employee of a person having such li?
cense, to Invite, ask or solicit in the city or harbor of
Charleston, tbo boa riling or lodging of any or tho crow
amployed on any vcaacl, or ot any Immigrant arriving ic
the said city of charlee ten.
VL Tho City Council akaH Uko tho application of any
person applyiug fur a lice nae to koep a sailors' or lmroj
rrant'a boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel.
In tho city ol Charleatou, and upon saUslaclory evldance
lo them of tho respectability and competency of such sp
[?llrsnt, and of tbo suitableness or hu accommodations
?hall issue to him a Reemo, which sbaU be good for one
roar, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
toop a aatlor'a or Immigrant', boarding bouae in the city
>r Charleston, and to lu vito and aoliclt boarders for tho
VII. Tho City Council may, upon satisfactory ovldonce
>r tho disorderly character or any sailors' or immigrants'
lotol or boarding houae, licensed aa hore tu before M.
dded, or of tho keeper or proprietor of any such houae,
ir of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresents Uon, lu In
liing or soliciting boarders or lodgers for auch bouae,
>n tho part of BI ie h koeper or proprietor, or any or bia
genta, runuvra, or employeea, or or any attempt to per?
nada ur mi lice any or the crow to desert I rom any vessel
a the harbor or Charlcaton, by such keeper or proprle
or, or any or hts agents, runners or employees, rovoko
lie Unwise tor keeping such house.
VIII. Every person receiving Ute llconao borelubafore
rovidwl for shall pay to tho city Council aforesaid the
um of twenty dollars.
IX. The satd City Connell shall furnish to each sailor's
r immigrant's hotel or boarding bouso koeper, licensed
y thom as aforesaid, ooo or more badgee or abielda, OD
'bleb aball bo printed or engraved tbo name of aucb
otel or boarding bouso koeper, and the number and
rent of his hotel or boarding house: and which said
silgos or shields shall bo aurrendored to aaid City Coun
I upon tho rovocaUon by them, or expiration of any
:enao granted by thom, as herein provided.
X. Every aatlor'a o.- immtgrani'a hotel or boarding.
Duso keeper, and every ?gent, runner or employee ol
ich hotel or boardlng-bousn keeper, when boarding sny
?wm! In tho harbor of Charleston, or whou Inviting or
lUciUng the boarding or lodging of any aeanxanTaallor
? person employed on any vessel, or or any Immigrant,
mu wear, conspicuously displayed, tbo shield or badge
ferr ed to lu tho foregoing secUon.
XI. It shaU not be lawful for any parson, except those
unod in the preceding socUor, to have, wear, exhibitor
splay any such shield or badge lo any of the crow em
oyedon any vessel, or to any Immigrant so arriving hi
a city of Charleatou, arith the latent to Invite ask or
licit U10 boarding or lodging or auch immigrant or ot
ly of tho crow employod oa any vessel bel?g lu thc
.rbor of Charleston.
XII. Whoever ahall offend against any or either of the
o visions contained in section l. \ 3, 4, 6, lo and ll, in
la Act, shall be rteomod gullly ni a nuadoxnoanor, and
all, upon convlcUon thereof, ba punished by Imprison
ont for a term not exceeding ons year, and not Uta
sn thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding two hundred
d fifty dollar., and not lesa than ono hundred dollar*,
by bom such fine and Imprisonment.
UTI. The word ''vessel,' sa used in thia Act, shall lu?
ido v?asela propelled by steam.
the Senate Houae, the twanUstb day of Deoemtxr, In
lha year of oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and
ilxfy-ais. W. D. PORTER,
Pr?siden i of the Senate.
OHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker Houae of Representan re?,
tpprovod December 20,I860 1
Janis L. 0 a?, Governor.
YOU AI ANS & MOOKI-,
?TTo UN I? y s-A rr-1. A \v
AM) SIH.ltITOItS IN mtl lTV,
inner, AI :
U 1111 aa n v I ll r, s . V .
.KllOY F. YOUMANH. JAMES W. MOORE.
August JW "':> _
DURYEA & COHEN,
ll S. SM'KVKA. - - J.HAItUKTT( (MIHN'
LA WY fe ll s,
cou. BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS.
AUB??' .'.? lonni"
rruiF. UNDERSIGNED AUB ASSOCIATED AS PART.
I NF.ItS runl iiruiMiMi lu praetlee III tim S TA I h.
iioURTB OP LA? ANH kqulTV mr tu? ?Wricta IM
Uarnwull, llcnufort ned Colldou, uniler the nomi) anil
?aria of "DAVAST." ".".... u .,
Omeo, for tho urcHcut. nt OILLISONVILLI, South
Casoliu*. IL J- l'A VAN ?
Novcml-er >?* fin J. IL HAVAN
A FINE EU NC J L
SOTVOII Evoi'A* ?Day,
PROM ll TO lt l t O'CLOCK.
S.J'S WAND A LE,
PHOl'HIliTOU CP TDK
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD. . ..Hf Now Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Of HiKitl'wood Hotel, Rtchniond.
Telegraph ami Itailroail Odiccs in Bollinda or Motel.
_Juue 17 Cnn
STEVEN* liou.ii:, Nos. ttl. 3J, 'M AMI tl
Ilruailway, N. Y.. opposlto Howling Green-CU lin?
Kuropcau Plan.-THE STEVENS UullSE I? well ami
widely known to Um travelling public. Tba location 1? ea
pocially un liable to mord?anla and husillos* mun; il is In
dose proximity to Ibo buaiucss part of thu city-ia on
Uio highway of Southern and Woalom travel-and adja?
cent to all tho principal Railroad snd Steamboat depuis.
Tho HTEVhNS UOUSE baa liberal arcomnindadim for
over 300 gu? ala-it la well furnished, snd possesses every
: mod.rn iniprovenieiit for thu comfort and entertainment
of ita m?nales, iii a rooms are ?paclous and well venli
I lated-pmvliliMl willi gsa aud water-tho oltomlaneo In
prompt and reapctifiil- and the labio la guueroualy pro.
vhlcd with every deUcacy of tho season al moderate ralea.
Tho rooms having been rvfurulsbcd and remodeled, w.i
are oner Hi to oder eura lacilltlea fur thc roinlort and
pleasure of our guests. OEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
1 May 91 Gmo Proprietors.
Nos. 90 and OS East Houston street,
New York City.
ALL HUS FURNITURE, CONSISTINO OF PARLOR,
CHAMBER, DININO ROOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, ls of the latest styles, ami msniifactnrnj of thi
very beat material, under the personal Biipervlaion of Ibc
Proprietor, and guaranteed.
Parties Iii tho South desiring lina Hnusnholil Funilluri
eau be suppllud direct from ibo manufactory; or thoai
about : bliing Now York wiU Hud il to Uioir advantage tc
oiamlno this Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Al
Uoods warranted, wfm amos July til
ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
.tiunniit n.\u nMI UHLfcAiVi
|Cimtauooga and Grand Junction,
THROUGH IM FORTY-NINE IK it lt s
TBAINS LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY At 8:1.1 A.M. ANI.
7:00 P.M.. making cloao counectioaa at aU poluta
Arriving at New orleans at 8 P.M. and 11:40 A.M.
O-Passingera by tra?na of tho Georgia Railroad make
close conuacUoDa with this route st Allanta,
j NO STEAMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE,
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES ON ALL NIGHT
I BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW A S
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THROUGH TICKS TS GOOD UNTIL USED.
Csu be obtalnsd at General Ticket Office, Atlanta. Ga.
Georgia Railroad, Augusta, Oe.; South Carolina Railroad
Charleston. 8. C.; South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,'
! B.C. JOHN B. PECK, Muter Transportation,
July 18 Smo Wcatoni and Atlantic Railroad.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
THIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE?
SCRIPTION of ono of tho beat female physicians
and ours, a in tho Unltod States, and baa been uaod tor
thirty yearn with never-falling safety and success by mil?
lions of mothers for their children.
Il nat only relieve* tho child from pain, but Invigorates
tho stomach and bowels, correcta acidity, and gives touo
and energy to the whole ayatom.
It wlU also Instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC,
Wa believe it la tho beat and surest romody lu tba
world, in all caaeaof DYSENTERY AND DlAIillUOiA in
children, whether lt ariaes from Teething, or from any
Be sure and ask for
MHB. WINSLOW'? MOOTHING HVRVP,
Uaving tho fae almllo or CURTIS A PERKINS ou Uni
ALL OTHERS ARE BABE IMITATIONS.
For ?sie by tho Wholesale Agents,
HOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by tho uss of DB. JOINVILLK'S ELIXIR you
an bo cured permanently, and at a trifling coat.
Tho astonishing success which has attended this in
aluablo medicine for Physical and Nervous Wcskuo.a
leneral Debility and Prostration, Loss ot Muscular Ec
rgy, Inrpotenoy, or any of the consequence* of youthfu.
DdUcrallon, renders it tho moat valuable prepsranon
lt wBl removu aU n?rveas affections, deprosalon, ex
itemont, incapacity to atudy or business, loss or menjo
y, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of lu
soily, Ac It will restore the sppeUto, renew the health
f those who have destroyed lt by sansusi oxcesscr ovil
Young Men, be humbugged no more hy"gnari Doc
na" and ignorant pi actlUoners, but sand without delay
ir the Elixir, and be at once restored lo health and bag.
Incas. A perfect (Jura ls Guaranteed In avery Instaurs.
rico ll, or four bold . tn ono ad dre. a ?9,
One bottle le aufhclent to effect a cure In all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLK'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for tbs
veedy and permanent cure of Qoi irrhcra, Gleet, Cre?
?r?! Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections cl
in Kidneys and Bladder. Cures e Usc tod in from ona to
ra days. They sra prepared from vegetable extracts
ist ara harmless on tho system, and never ns ru ea te thc
.noach or tm pregusta the breath. No ?kanga of diet
necessary while using thom, nor does th sir sctlon la
ly manner interf?ra with business pursuits. Price ll
Other of tho above-mentioned articles will be sent to
ly address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mall or
press on rocotpt of prloe. Address au orders to
BERG Kit. 8H?TTS A CO., Chemists
March 90 ly No. ila Biver sssoet. Troy, N. Y.
i aa OULA TB ma ?TOBAOK OF rrruounii, ITS rao
Doors, Atm oraau IOTT.AUIIADI.K on*.
???->. B; ? or^?' *V **? -"oyor and Aldermen, in
ly emmet! aitenbled. That from and after the 11th day
Jimsnsxl. RahalI not be lawful to keep Petroloum.
: rosene, hock OM, Benzine, Benzole, or any olhsr In
rnmsbls oU or oils on storage or for asia In any ocllar
."ZZ^Li?"* 0t "5" ,tr?ct'lo * hurgar ourim'
j than fifty gallons on any one lot or promises* and
y inch quantity so kept or stored abell bs contained tn
LA?!* of HQ or othsr moUi. ----- an
**?' v.,1^' P?hoUum, IU prodnsts, or any elater to
m mae I a oil or oils, whan brought Into ths city by Und
watar, may be kapt on any lot orin any bojldlroj In
ilsh cotton ls not stored, for s period sot sxcsedlog
enty-four hoars, upon the expiration of which tiran il
ifer?i^onfk#Pt U mMulw M "W** b'
lao. 8. Any parson or persons TloUtlng any pari ol
I Crdlnancs shall be subject to a flue of two hundred
liars, for each offence, recorcrabls In any Court of cone
bfled In Olly Connell thia twenty-first day of May. In
hs yest of oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and
lity-sa ran. .
JHH ~ P. O. GAILLABD, Mayor.
T. B. bisou. Clerk Of Cctmcll. Jabe 6
GROCERY AMD MiaCELl/.K/?aU^.
ON < ?ON S li.'NM KN T.
?J HW VHItU <:r\.%\ CLOTH.
SOM 1*111 INO httPKHIOIL 2'. IHIINIeK 'Cl Till".
. VAIHl. A M?| |.lv lau.lllu: ?rf M-I.Brr Ml?.H lt.
Ilramliull. I'm will. l-y WILLIAM ltd M'll,
Aili.-?- . W I Munil i. lui. i'- AKI-HI.
KNGLISII INLAND IMIOIH ICE.
Ol' I ",l',s- VKKV cuoii'i: IIMUIADIIKH KIHIAUH
_< V J 21' ruin, ?wu ! Iliitlmili.i H Mola'scs.
.lust received ox s<-liiM>iii-r K'ntwt, from Hurlado, s,
nml fur.nd-by IIIHI.KY A rilHU HiilN,
Aussaat 40 i Ni?, lin utul l ir. Kani luy.
FRI S?? WUlTi: COHN.
?\i\i\f \ IIIISliKI M I'lllMK WHITE CORN, roil
t?\ )\ f\J salo by RISLEY ft UIIKKIHTON.
Altitun! 2i*> ?' N"". I l-l ami IW I Ji-1 Hay.
COHN ! CORN ! !
?HISIIKLH iMJOii WESTERN winn:
Ol MM ) VOUS, in Hl..n- Rmi lu* -ul- Ly
XJ - V JOHN ft imo rtCTTV.
Alignai'.li ti Nu. IH liikl liny
DA LE ?DIM:.
<i)f\t\ UAI.Kfl SlT'KItltilt 111..Ml' ROPE, rou
.,jV_/\-r Collou, baling. Kor nain liv
COHN ! COHN ! !
(IN I (>.\SI<;\ .l|l-;\T.
rr/W W"\ llt'SIIKl.s I'lllMK WIUTK c its.
tj\ jyj\ J laBmliug mun Scbwuiti-r ? raine r." ami
Tor Hain low.
41KKI Bushels Primo Western Mixed COHN
Hi"i bushels prim.- Oats
HUM lil- -I lt* linn,
For Kaki li) JOHN CAMPSl'.N ft CW.
No. 1? Marki-I al rmi, <>|i|?n.ltM SUI?' slr.-. I.
AugtiHt 20 ?>
TENNESSEE AND GHOKUIA
Kl.III'lt-IV HA ll 1(1.1.S AMI SACKS'
6>/"\r\ MILS. SUPER ANO PINK TENNESSEE
?y JV ) n.ouit
IM) ?mks Family Hour
mil Hacks Extra Flour
.'ill bair narks Kxtr.i Flour,
Dealern will lio supplied nu hi- 11 lonna. For salo
by KT II UK r IlltOTIIKlts k CO..
Augusts: j Ku. Tl Hast liar.
Ll VER FOOL SALT.
C)(\f\l\ "?O?W LIVERPOOL SALT. LATEST
ri'MIU direct Importations, In law, i\t-U-llllisl
patent senmlcHs Backs, ami lu thu- ?ondltimi.
Fur salo lay W. II. SM ITU A- co..
August 'JU mwail Kapler's 1 : un-.-.
.OAAfl BUSHELS PRIME WHITE M 11.1,1X0CORN
??t\j\J\) 2IHX1 ImaliclK PrhiHi Wilow ami Miami
Weilern Coru. Lill ian-nml for salo liv
W. ll. SMITH k CO..
August mi mali Napier's Itaug?.
?AAA BUSHELS PRIME WIUTK COHN LAND
?\J\J\t INO Inuit Sehr. K. J. PALM KR.
For salo by
CORN ! COHN !
i)i'f\(\ BUSHELS PltlMK WIUTK COUS". FOIt
J salo hy HUHKVKK ft KISHET.
August ttl Accommodation Wlinrf.
FRI M E "WESTERN CLEAR ~
IlIUIlGl) SI DI .s AMI S1IOI LIMCIIS.
QA HUHS. PRIME WESTERN Cl.KAlt RIBBED
OU B1DTO ANO SHOULDERS.
I .a- : .li n f ami for rain liv
LA Cit KV ft ALEXANDER;
August 2(_ti _>__. 137 Kan Hay.
CORN ! CORN ! CORN!
9?l?l?l I,I,S?':'-S MUMU WHITE COHN. Foil
iZlVJVjyj sato low, while lauiliiig from steamer Ful
cou, by C. N. AVERILL ft SON.
August 'J I .i
Qr.fifa SA.UKS SALT. NOW I.ANDINO. FOR
tZl\J\J\J as?n low from wharf, by
O KO. W. CLAIIK k CO.,
August 24 C So. 109 Esal Hay.
<)rii HALES OUNNY CLOTH
ait) VJ 200 rolla O un ny Cloth.
For Hale, lo arrive, ou accummoilallug terms, by
OVJO. W. CLARK ft CO.,
_ August 2-1 ti No. I'M Kati Bay.
NORTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA
AMI TENNESSEE Ki.oru.
IAM NOW PREPARED TO I 11,1. i HU ii:1,.- EITHER
for export ur home ronaum|iilnu, al nun U t r ul. -,
with tho UEST DltANDS OF FLOUR, pul up lu burroin,
half ami quarter bags, direct from Ibo Mills. Will als?
furnish URAN AND sunnis .1. N. HOBSON,
Noa. 1 ami 2 .ulai.il,- ?han.
August 2 mwf Imo
(M Wi WILLIAMS & CO.
W HOLES A LE ?IERCH A NTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER EOR SALE LOW, KOK CASH ?
OOOO rj^tfULfiH SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
SOU bales < lunuy ami'Dundee Haegiuu' "
1000 kegs Nails, aanortcil alana
300 bbls Co (Ate Sugar. A. H ami C
200 baas Kio Coffee
100 Mils Mular,.i-i sud Syrup
31X1 boma Ailamaoiiuc Canilles
200 kegs Hazard's Powder
BOO baga Shot
2UO0 Iba. Lead
Copperas, Illue Stone, Madder, Indigo, giller*, fcc,
Jul>'10 ur Datai os
PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED
DU RYE A'S STARCH & MAIZENA,
For their incontestable excellenro, at
PARIS EXPOSITION. 1WT7.
il HEAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. LONDON.
OREAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. HAMIUIItO,
OREAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, COLOONE,
STATES, AGRICULTURAL. AMERICAN INSTITUTE,
AND MARYLAND INSTtl UTE STATE FAIRS.
??T" Theae O coda aro iire-ominently tho beet lu Iba
Fer aale br aU O rocera.
WM. DURYEA, General Agent,
No. 100 FULTON STREET.
LEA & PERBINS'
UV TH O' a letter from a
_ fl I MEDICALGENTLEMAN
CONNOWSliURS fl "Madras, lo hi.
TO na TUE oxi.T ^Htm BroUicr at
Good Sanee |5E?ai8S,:
"Tell LIL\ ft PER
AMS APPIJCAOLK SZ*??; R1NS that thflr SAUCE
?CTBB?M ls highly esteemed In In
TO ?SKE3B!& dla, and in, in my opinion,
-?wW'^- tim nioBt palatable, a?
EVEIIY VAU1KTY ria?TT? well aa the moat wholc
?K?jCiu,mn SAUCE that I?
OF DISH. ^a\Yaa>Wde."
Tbeaucceasof thia most delicious and unrlvallo 1 con
dlment having caused many unpriui.pleU deners to
apply the name to .s>un?ui t\nnpoumfr, tho P-jnuo la
rttptdfully and eamrttlii rcoucetul In eec that tho name
of I.ta ft Pitimin? aro upon thc WRAPPER. LABEL,
STOPPKR and I10TTLE.
LEA ii PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AUKS lil FOR THE UNITED STA 1 KS.
Oi-uaber 1? Imwlyr
JOHN MAC GREGOR & CO.,
NOS. 17H AND 180 PEAnL-ST.,
rMPORTERS, MANUFAOTURERS AND DEALERS IN
I INDIA, SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY 11AOOINO,
IUNNY DAQS AND BURLAP SUITABLE FOR WHEAT
ND CORN SACKING; also, a large aud complete stock
f DALE ROPE, embracing Western machlne-mado
[t-nip, Manilla, Flax and Jute, Baling Twines, etc., all of
hlch th a>- offer al lair prices.
July 3b _ ??_2mo
"THOMAS R. AGNEW,
lUPOnTCB ANO DKALKH IN
Pine (Irorerlea, Cbolee Tena, Etc., Kio,
OS. SUI and 302 tl ll KEN Wini I - >T" COR. OF MURRAY,
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