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-Gold dosed yesterday In New York at 89$.
-Co ti on closed less ac ti ve in New York, with
sales of 1000 bales at 30c.
-In Liverpool cotton closed at 8Jd. for up?
lands ; sales 8000 bales.
- -To crown Disraeli's troubles, he has been
made the subject of some verses by Tupper.
--They have a beefsteak packery at Indian
ola, Texas, where tender and juicy beefsteaks
are canned for market.
-A tract of land containing 330 acres, with
a mill on it, was sold recently in Rocking
ham county, North Carolina, under execution,
-The first grain thal neut down the Alis?is
sip pi consigned for sale on original shippers'
account to a European market has been sold
-The association for the prevention of gam?
bling, in New York, has reported eighty-nine
clerks to their employers as having visited gam?
-The Intelligencer crows over the result of
the Washington City election which, at the
worst, isa gain of'over two thousand votes J j
since last year.
" -France receives from Switzerland nearly
2.000,000 gallons of absynthe annually. In ad?
dition to which an enormous quantity made
in Paris ft? sold as the veritable Swiss pro?
-Prussian novelists are petitioning the au?
thorities tb prohibit the emulation in Ger?
many of American newspapers, printed in-Ger?
man, which republish their stories without au
-It ie estimated that over $45,000 per day is
spent in the "policy shops" of New York city.
The amount of opportunities wasted, and of j 1
disappointment and misery resulting,.is beyond | c
.---The colored children who have been attend?
ing white schools In -New Orleans have been
withdrawn. Nine of tho suspected ones proved
to be entirely white. All children of known
mixed blood wilJ in futuro bo required to attend fi
colored schools. fi
-General Grant has written a letter to the r
xu^^B^sTrenOTTs? af the increase of thirty- p
three and one-third per cent, in the pay of ^
army officers. The law which gives this in- ,
crease now- expires by limitation on the 30th of
. June. 8'
-Some-strange disclosures have lately been a
made in Paris in regard to the confinement of tc
a number of persons, believed to be perfectly p
sane, in ranatie asylums. The Emperor has y\
taken np the matter, has directed a searohing
official inquiry io be made, and intends him- '
self, it ia sadd, to visit Oharenton and some m
other mad houses.
-The ringa of the planet Saturn aro ap- ^
~ proaohirtg the period1 of their greatest visible r<
s?paration, and will be observed with much m
interest by astronomers. At the equator and ^
; in the parallels of 40 degrees south, the planet j ?
will appear to the beat advantage. But it may
be observed in this latitude under peculiarly a
favorablo circumstances. fi'
-The Nashville Union, the organ of the m
Tennessee Democracy, urges that the Tenues- tl
see delegation to the National Democratic p?
Convention be instructed to cast their votes for p,
the Hon. George H. Pendleton as a candidate
for the next Presidency. The feeling in Ten?
nessee is almost unanimous in favor of Mr. ^'
Pendleton and of tko payment of the 5.20 bonds a
? in greenbacks. o'
-The new submarine cable, to belaid be- "
tween Cuba and Key West, it is reported, has ?
been ehippsd at London upon the steamer w
Narva, and.i3 now on ita way to thia country, l(
nndarthe charge of the well-known electri?
cian, Sir Charles Bright. The Narva sailed on w
Hay 31st, and in the course of a month the
second cable will probably be laid across the a
northern entrance to the Gulf of Mexico. S
-The American newspapers of May 15th c
had accounts of th3 attempt upon Prince ?
Alfred's life transmitted from Sydney via Pana- a
ma to New York. The. London Journals did .
not receive their correspondence direct frem
Australia until thro days later, so that 1 he im- 1(
portant points of the- news were anticipated by h
means of the Cable dispatches. It will thus h
be sera that the Uuited States is becoming the *<
grand contre of intelligence from all parts of 0
----Paradise Valley, Northeastern California, *j
was on May 7th the scene of a severe action be?
tween a party of Indians and fifty men of the
Ninth United States Infantry and Eighth li
United States Cavalry under Captain Muuson. a
The Indians occupied a strong position in the
mountains, but were driven from it after four t '
honra' fighting, with a loss of several killed.
The troops lost one billed and two wounded.
Nearly all of the Indians were armed with
-In taking command of the camp at Cha- ti
lons, the other day, General De Fail ly, address- n
ing the superior officers, used these emphatic ?
words: "Gentlemen, we have serious work be- 0
fore us. You will not have to occupy your
selves with the" ordinary exercises. Your du?
ties will have relation to manoo a vres on a grand v
scale-those of war, in fact. As war is possi- a
ble, it is in reference to thi3 eventuality tba: ?
youNrill have to apply your studies." The re- i:
port of this speech arrived iu Paria next day, v
ont none of the journals ventured to publish it. c
-The California Farmer affirms that the ^
Golden State "can beat all the other States,
and the worldxin silk culture, aud China and c
Japan besides. The bugbear aboi.t cost of *
labor is nothing, for our expense in feeding is 1
only one-quarter or one-fifth of any other place i
in the world, and we need no material cost or -
care for sheltering the worms from storms or s
damps. Everything is in our favor, and in less j
than five years we will export from this State ,
to our friends East such manufactured prc
ducts as shall astonish them. We can and ne I
will succeed in this great enterprise." t
-Wonderful stories are toi J in Paris of the 1
corbeille or marriage present which Prince ?
Achille Murat is to offer his bethrothed. On .
this many distinguished jewellers are now at -
work, making jewelry which will surpass in
beauty anything of the kind ever seen before. 1
On the 26th of April a commissioner in jewelry 8
submitted to the prince a set for 60,000 franca, f
which waa rejected as too common in style and
not elegant enough. He was, however, de?
lighted with a pair of ear-rings made by a sim?
ple workman. These were of wonderful beau?
ty, and orentirely new pattern. Their price
was 25,000 francs. The corbeille in question will
cost altogether a million.
-A mild anecdf'te das just been told of the
late Mr. Buckle, who by many was considered
the finest of English chees players. On one
occasion, when he was asked the ground for
his refusal to play with an extremely slow play?
er, whose tediousness had gained him the cog?
nomen of "The Telegraph," Mr. Buckle in his
own peculiar sententious manner gave utter?
ance to the following reply: "Well, sir, the
slowness of genius is?c?fi?cult to bear, but the
slowness of mediocrity is intolerable." It
said thac from t.o timo when thin speech was
reported to : The Telegraph," he was notable
forfitfil and hurried play.
-A French physician, Dr. Labordette, claims
to have discovered a process for restoring life
to drowned persons after an immersion of half
an hour or more. Indeed, it is said that
has proved effe3tual where the patient has been
under water as mnch as six hours. Hereto?
fore fourteen minutes bas been considered the
extreme limit of time during which the vital
spark can bc preserved without air, and in
most cases five minutes of suffocation is fatal.
The process is not fully described in the ac?
count given of it in the French papers, but it
seems to involve the use of an instrument for
opening the windpipe, coupled with kneading
and rubbing the body. Further particulars
will doubtless be published, should the die
co very prove to be of any practical value.
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1868.
Tile Era af the Sensational'
The artist who succeeds now must use
plenty of gamboge and vermillion. He who
has neither dazzled the eye, gorged the sen
3U0US appetites, nor intoxicated the imagina
Lion, is esteemed now-a-days to have done
nothing. Our preachings, our politics, our
poems, our novels, our histories even, all
iffect the grossness of the barbecue and the
oaring charlatanry of the torchlight pro
cession. To use a word which has now a
peculiar meaning-we are all idolatrous of
The Presidential impeachment, which has
tow happily ended, was a tawdry imitation
>f that great tragi-comedy, got up by
3CBKE and SHERIDAN. But there was no
ncturesquo India lying in the back ground
>f the capitol, and no mighty, sombre HAS
TNGS at the bar. STANTON took too much
vhiskey for an imprisoned, spoliated Begum.
SUTLER was too fat for BURKE, and SHERI
>AN limped and doated in STEVENS. The
dea of impeachment was good, but the ac?
es sories and actors were execrable.
The Presidential election, which we now
repare for, is a new sensation. What dort
f man shall we select, at a time when |
Latesmanship is most needed; when the
nances of (he country are in hopeless con
ision; when its most fertile regions are
sduced to the condition of Ireland aud
ublic is prostrate and its commerce is re
nquishing the seas ? Perhaps a man who
nows nothing about public affairs. We
hall give the chair of WASHINGTON to an
utomaton with epaulettes on its shoulders
) a suction pipe jauntily fastened to a per
etual oigar. In response to the question:
'hat policy have you to propose to the
rantry ? there comes, from tt?is anomaly a
luffled sound through wreaths of smoke :
I demand an unconditional surrender."
'hat about the taxes ? we ask. And the
jply is : "I propose to move on the ene?
my's works." And to the earnest inquiry
rill you restore order and constitutional
berty to our distracted and oppressed
nd? the politic Bunshy rejoins: "I will
ght it out on this line, if it takes all sum
er." This is very encouraging. Was ever
ie Delphic oracle more ambiguous or more
rofound ? We want peace; instead, a dove,
linted with red, blue and white, is let
ose over our heads. We want heart
Dwer and brain power; instead, we have
mocking picture with a bedizened figure
[ Liberty pointing at it and saying,
Match him"-a sententious way of inform
lg the American people that they will do
ell to light the General's cigar. We want
> be saved from national ruin; and instead,
e are treated to a new sensation.
How feverish is our literature ! Take
way from PHILLIPS, from STEVENS, from
UMNER, from BUTLER-in a word, from
ongress,-the sensational, and you with
raw that element in which they live and
tove and have their being. And even so
ie sensational affords to EMERSON his phi
)Sophy, to MOTLEY his history, to HOLMES
is poetry, to HENRY WARD BEECHER and
is thousand imitators their sermons. It
niches us on every side, like the warmth
f this intense June day on which we write
lowing and enei vating. So the breath of
launa Loa mingles with the sweet airs of
[awaii, firing and relaxing the unhappy
?landers hemmed in between the crater
nd the sea.
Take for an illustration of the spirit of
tie time? the last work of Miss EVANS
erhapi '? .v,ost gifted female author this
ountry has produced. What extravagances
re we required to accept as a representa
ton of Southern life ? lier heroine, an ig
orant country girl, is introduced chaunt
ag a verse from Habakkuk under thc sbad
ws of Lookout Mountain. The authoress
annot describe a fine Southern mansion
rithout filling it with all the curiosities of
British Museum and the splendors of
larout: Al Raschid's palace. If her hero
3 jilted by a worthless woman, he declares
rar on tho human race; if he travels, he
ircumnavigate3 the world; if he sins, he
laB a devil; if he reforms, he preaches; his
lonfessions are a chapter from thc Newgate
Calendar, and his tenderness is drivel. If
1er heroine is conscientious, she is insult
ng; if she loves, she is a cold statue envel
iped in flames; if she is talented, she writes
ill night and every night, studies Greek,
jatin, Hebrew, the Talmud and the Veda?,
Zoroaster and Confucius, all the philoec
>hers and all the poets;-converse with her,
md unless you have an encyclopedia at
land, you are lost. The very prodigality
?f genius in the work makes ono the more
mpatient of the stilted phrase, the far
etched figure, the pedantry, the strain, the
ax upon credulity, the untruth to nature
nd to life, that constitute the story of St
limo. The creative power that made this
guttering, dying meteor, might have s et an
effulgent star in our Southern heavens,
j' We are weary of all this. The " taste is
oloyed- with ptrpetual spicery. There is
just reason to complain that the condiments
we now feed upon have no substance in
them; they feed an appetite which multi?
plies its demands and dissatisfactions con?
tinually. A healthy character lives upon
the real, not the sensational. Truth in art
and science, in literature and politics, in
ethics and theology, will make us a better
and a wiser people. But from a thief in
ermine, and a cigar sceptre, and the He?
brew quotations of a lovely blue stocking,
and the oaths or the sermons of a scarred
and captivating rou?, and such like para?
doxes, we earnestly beg to be delivered.
Perhaps the most notable instance of Rad?
ical indecency, yet exhibited in connection
with the impeachment, is to be found in the
"Law Register and Official Directory of the
United States," lately issued by the Mer?
chants' Union Law Company of New York.
Among other commendatory notices, it
coolly and conspicuously displays one from
"His Excellency,-. J?t?JAMiN F. WADE, of
Jefferson, Ohio, PRESIDENT or THE.-UNITED
STATES." And Jest-this stroke ofrprephetic
enterprise should fail to be generally!ttmier-:
stood, a certificate is likewise appended from
plain "ANDREW JOHNSON, of Greenville,;
Tennessee, LATE President of tttgJ?OTgS
Stales." Truly, we live in a fast age:.r " V;
FORNEY does not deny that he deliberately
altered the dispatch from the Savannah Re?
publican to the 'Washington Chronicle, so as
to convey an idea exactly opposite to that
which its language expressed. He makes a
personal attack upon the Republican, and
says he shall take no further notice of the
YALLANDIGHAM says that the strength of
the Democracy in the Presidential canvass
lies in the fact that the country wants a
statesman, rather than a soldier, for Presi?
dent. Assaults upon GRANT are weak and
foolish, and the Democracy have no chance
if they run a soldier against him.
TO PRINTERS.-WANTED, TWO OR
three COMPOSITORS. Auply to No. 3 Broad
itreet JOSEPH WALKER.
S9~Steady situation for a goad competent hind.
Juue 5 1
WANTED, FIFTY i50) H A ADS, WETHE
or Colored. Apply ia GROCERY, southwest
:omer of Line and St. Philip streets, Charleston, 8.
3. 1* June 5
WANTED. A WET KURSK, A WHITE
WOMAN. One without a child preferred. To
me who can give good recommendations, a pleasant
md permanent home secured. Apply at No. 140
VEN I WOKTH-STREE I'. 2* June 6
VfURSE WANTED.-W ANTED AW
Ll experienced nurse to mind au infant. Apply
,t No. 301 EAST BAY, opposite Vernon-street.
June 1 3
ITTANTED, A WET NURSE-ONE WITH
TT OUT a child preferred. Inquire CORNER
)F SMITH AND CALHOUN STREETS.
June 4 2
ll .lill, JL VSmUAI^Tir ATfTEVn
VT Ute house and do the ironing of a family,
me who has no children, and whose capacity and
haractor ie recommenced, can obtain a comfortable
nd permanent situation. None other need apply,
.nply at THIS OFFICE. June 4
4 RESPECTABLE WHITE FEMALE
(\_ wishes a situation as CHILD'S NURSE, with
family going .North. Tbe be-t re'erence given if
equlrcd. AJdress "M. X ," office of THE DAILY
IEWS. June 3
[YWTfcTJ. A FLACK AS GARDENER.
VT An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, C. S. A.,
rho lost an arm in the war, and who is sow rn re?
nted circumstances, ls anxious to get employment
s G AB DE.NEB, and to take charge ol lots at Mag?
ollo. He is willing to work and can sive the best
istlmonlals as to experience, efficiency and fldclity.
ddress J. H. THOMAS, DATLrNrws Office.
[XrANTED BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITD
YV ATTON AS TEACHER in a private family.
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an Postoffice. April 27
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ooks coutaius all of the latest publications.
April 21 No. IUI KING-STREET.
RO REXT. FIVE ROOMS. WITH G?S
and use of Cistern aud ?ara? yard, for twenty
olia rs per month, in a Hou*e lately rep.ured. situa
fd in a healthy and pleasant neighborhood, occu
led only by a geutleniau znd wife. AdJre-is "M. K.
.," P. ()., Charleston. .Tune 1
rO RENT, PA RT OF THE RESIDENCE
No. 1> itutledge-street, with kitchen room- also,
desired. Juno 3
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Uteru. The Lit i> large, aud open to the s nth nud
es:. Apply at THIS OFFICE. 3 June 3
rO It EXT.?-PART OF A HOUSE,
KITCBEN. Ac, uear the Battery, partly fur
islied if needed. Apply at No. il MEEiTXii
?ltEET. between icu and two o'clock.
February IO tilth
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STEEET. wiihFixtures. The Store runs through
a .Market-street, lieut low. Apply at .So. lo HAYXE
T li LEI. Muy 2
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TREEi". 2* Juue5
i T PRIVATE SALE. HlUSti AND SIX
A. ACHES OF LAND on auUivau'? Island.
A tv-o-s;orv Wooden H>>use. containingrom*square
loom* and Garrets, stable and L'o-ich House, Hog
nd Poultry House, Ac, with about s:x ni) acres ol
and, ?uor-.- or le*?, with growing crop* o? Sweet and
rish hitao.-s, Farming Utensil', two carts, ihre
loatf, three Heilem, ouc Mare, one Foal au I young
"illy, one blood sow and eight young Hoes. Anp;v
0 Mr. BESOT DONOHOE, sullivan'.- Inland.
June 3 v.*:ni3*
?ODA WATER APPARATLS FOR
J SALE.-Marble Slab, two Fountiin?. Cooler. Ac,
omplete, tor sale. Ai'ply a: No. bi EasT BAY.
April 13 Ul wt*
rO PUBLISHER*. AND JUURNALI-SXS.
A large nmouut ot' TYPr. and JOB MATERIAL
or sale, iu lots to suit purchasers. Term.- rea*"u
bfc-;. and cash. Also, a hue HAXD PHE<S, price S250;
u; Adams" Power Press, price ?1"4J0: und n Card
?ress, price $100. Apply to F. G. DKFONTAIXE,
JO? AO. W, Charleston Post office. April 8
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t the Office ol the DAILY NEWS. February 20
Jost an?) /oan?i.
CANARY BIRD.-ESCAPED FROM
the cage, at No. 2G Bull-street, a CANARY
MED; dark wings cud back, with y.diow breast. A
uitabie reward wi 1 be given by leaving it as above.
June J 1
?TRAYED OR STOLEN YESTERDAY
J MORNING (Wednesday), a B"u-k autl lau slut.
Lnyone reti"-airig fae same to thc CHARLESTON
IOTEL STABLES will be liberally rc .varied.
June 4 2*
M AK IO.\ FIRE ENGINE COMP A NY.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of your Company This (Friday) Evening, the
5th Inst, at half-past Sereu o'clock preciselv.
By order. GEO. A. CALDER,
June 5 . 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. L
ATTEND AN ADJOURNED MEETING THIS
(FRIDAY) EVENING, June 5, at Eight o'clock,
at the usual place.
By order. WM. D. DAVIS.
June 5 1 Secretary.
GERMAN SCH?TZEN CLUB.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL
be held This Afternoon, at Three o'clock, at the
German Engine House, Chalmers-street.
C. H BERGMANN.
June 5 1 Secretary.
?tottrea tn panhtuptiij.
IN THE DISTHTCT~C^UKT OF THE
UNITED STAIE9, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
ALBIN R. CLIFFORD, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE 16m DAY OF MAY,
A. D. 1808, IN SAID COURT.-IN BANKRUPTCY
This is to give notice, that on the third day of I
June, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate of ALBIN B. CLIFFOB u,
ot Charleston, ic the District of Charleston,
and State of South Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition; that
the payment of any debts and deUvery of any prop?
erty belonging to said Bankrupt to him or
for his use, and the transter of any property
by him are forbidden by law ; that a meetine of
the Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to choose one or more Assignees of his
Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.,
before H. B. CAKPENTEB, Reiristrar, on the
twenty-second day of June, A. D. 1368, at 2 o'clock,
?.: M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
TIN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
X'.'UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA'-IN THE MATTER OF Q. L.
COOPER, BANKRUPT, Bi- WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 18TH DAY OF MAY, A.
D. 1808, IN -SAID -COURT.- IN BANKRUPT -
CY.-This is to .give .hotico that on the third
day of Jun', A. D. 18(33, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate of Q. L. COOPER,
of Georgetown, in the District ol Georgetown and
State of South Carolina, who has been adjudged
a Bankrupt, on his own petition; that the pay?
ment of any deb's and delivery of any proper?
ty belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for his use,
ond the transfer of any "property by him are forbidden
by law: that a meeting of. the Creditors of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or
more Assignees of his Estate, will be held at a
Court ot Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 72 Broad
Btreet, Charleston, 8. C., before B. B. CARPENTER,
Registrar, on the twenty-second day of June, A. D.
1868, at 3 o'clock P. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
UNITED STATES OP A MK RICA
F ASTERN DIS IRICT OF SOU TH CAROLINA.
IN RE THEODORE CORT1 ES, BANKRUPT, EX PAK?
TE JOHN MEYER.-PETITION TO ESTABLISH A
HEN'-TO ALL AND SINGULAR THE CREDITORS
3F THEODORE CORD Es : Agreeably to tho order
>f the Court, made this day in this matter, j ou, and
?ch of you, are hereby required, on or before the
?5th instant, to show case, ii any of you can, before
8. B. CARPENTER, RegUtrar, why the the prayer
>f iald petition he xmr granted!*-;.
By order of the District ' Court of the United
states for South Carolina, this'llh June, 1803.
DANIEL HORLBE K,
June 5_ftuf3_Clerk District Oourt.
[N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DI>TRICT OF
IOUTH CABOLTNA.-IN THE MATTER OF HOM
i BROTHER, BANKRUPTS-IN BANKBUPI CY.
To all whom it may concern : The undersigned hereby
[ives notice of his appointment os Assignee of HUNT
fe BROTHER, io the District of Charleston and
?tate of South Carolina, within said District, who
?ave been adjudged Bankrupts, upon their own pe
ltlon. by the District Court of said District.
Dated tho 22d day ot May, A. D. 1868.
WM. H. MAULBTN,
May 22 f3 Assignee.
D~n7 DCSAUSS?R? HAVING TAKEN
his son, rr. H. W. DESAUSSURE, Jr., into
ilirrlnnBi. -i.i. blum, ?lie bu?lnMa will be CQHflwt*J
a the name of Dr. DESAUSSURE A SON. Office
nd residence, No, 191 Meeting-street.
Juno 1 mf2
Dissolution of (Eoparincrsijip.
?j5 T IC E^THE ~FIH1?~ IIKRETO
Li FORE exiting nuder the nome of J. fe D.
rOETJEN, was dissolved on the 1st instant, by mu?
ral consent. Mr. D. GOETJEN" ls alone authorized
) wind up the old business. AU persons indebted
> the concern will please moke payment to, and all
ersons having claims against the said concern wll 1
resent them to D. GOE1 JEN.
June 2,1803. D. GOETJEN.
ITR. D. GOETJEN WILL CONTINUE
JJ. the Grocery Bu-iuess at the old stand, south
-st comer King-street aud Horlbeck'a Alley.
June 3 wfm3
DISSOLUTION -THE COPARTNER?
SHIP hitherto existing between the under?
line;, under thc namo of SHEPHERD A COHEN,
ras dissolved on the 30th May ult, by common con
Mr. COHEN assumes all the liabilities of the firm,
nd he alone will use thc name 'a the settlement of
:s affairs. WM. SHEPHERD.
RHF. UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS
day purchased tho interest of Mr. Wm. Shep
erd, will continue the business at the old stand No.
97 King-street, where he mil be pleased to see his
-lends and those of the much esteemed Wm. Shep
erd McDUFF. COHEN.
June I mwta
MONEY W. HOPKINS THIS DAY RE
J TIRES from the firm of HOPKINS, McPHER
ON A CO.
(Signed) EDWIN A. HOPKINS.
(Signed) DAVID McPHEltSOV
iSignedi SIDNEY W. HOPKINS.
Charleston, S. C.. May 26, IS?8. Into Mav 27
E 31 6 VA L .
J. ALFRED CAY.
IXS UT. AXCE A 9 EXT.
HAS REMOVED TO G. FOLLIN'S TOBACCO
.leoey, No. 151 EAST B\Y.
Office hours lo A. M. to 12.M. daily.
Juue 1 IUW?3
gants, ?1)0(5, Otr.
?00CASES BOOTS AND SHOES.
FUST RECEIVED FROM THE MANUFACTORIES
509 ca-:cs BOOTS and .-HOI'S, whlVb will he
Did at the lowest marlie; prices.
D. F. ITEMING A CO.
June 3 wttt3
? O O T AND Sj HOE HOUSE,
Ko. 133 KLXG-bTEEET,
THIRD DOOR FROM CALHOUN-3TREET,
(WM. GIVEN'S OLD STAND).
TUE UNDERSIGNED TAKE IUI- METHOD OF
aformiog their pattons and the public Bjeuerally,
tat they have just opened at lileah ve place a large
nd well selected stock 0:
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, Ste.,
rh?fh will be ?old at very low prices :or cash, our
rell kuowu mo:to being
QUICK SALT7* AND SMALL PROFITS.
t\7rX- B.-Mr. JAMES MURTLAND is our priuci
ial salesman, and will be pleased w ?ce ni* monda
Irdersfrom the country ?111 meet willi prompt at
FUECHCOII & ERO.,
No. 153 KING-STREET,
THIRD DOOR FROM CALHOUN.
May 23 stuthlmo
$?Ws aiiu gantas.
,'NTTED STATES GOVERNMEN T HARN ESS AND
SADDLES, little used, at one-quarter their cost
wo MCCLELLAN .SADDLES
1000 sets HARNESS.
For sale bv JOHN COMMIES.
}o. 131 Meeting-street,
May 3 ii Nearly opposite Market-street.
nj. H . SASS,
ATTORXEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
SS* Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo
le's National Bank. May 8
CELEBRATION OF THE BAPTIST SAB?
THE CELEBRATION OF THE BAPTIST SAB?
BATH SCHOOLS will fake place Tau Afternoon,
at half-past Four o'clock, at the Second Presbyterian
Church rDr.Smyth's). Parents, Teachers and Chil
dren will please be pnnctuaL 1_June 5
T HANDED CIRCUS,
LOOK OUT FOB
The Champion South American
SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 6, 1868.
POSITIVELY THE LAST.
The Champion South American Bare-back Bider.
GRAND GALA NIGHT.
SS" Greatest Bill of the Season. Entire Change of
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8 o'clock.
Price of Admission-Dress Circle, 75 cents; Pit
50 cents; Colored Folks, 50 cents; Children under
eight years, 25 cents. 2 June 5
O UT H ?TA^ 0~LTF?A~
WILL BE PUBLISHED THIS YEAR BY THE
FIRST SEPTEMBER NEXT, by
No. 3 Broad-street.
Tho Almanac will also be calculated for the States
of Georgia, Florida and Alabama. Prospectus will
be issued shortly, and Advertisements solicited.
Fifteen thousand to twenty thousand copies to be
issued. 1 June 5
OTICE TO FARMERS.
WILLIAM HUNT HAS RESUMED HIS OLD BU?
SINESS at No. 4i? Mar.tet-street, north side, where
be is prepared to recei re and forward all kinds of
VEGETABLES and FRUITS on consignment. Lib?
eral advances will be made if desired. Consignments
lor (he New York, Philadelphia, Bal'lmoreand Wash?
ington Markets will moot with prompt attention.
From his long experience lu this business ho feels
confident of affording satisfaction to his customers.
For those preferring to s?U their* products here tho
ttighest market prices will bo obtained. Vegetables
ind all kinds of country produce will be retailed
it wholesale prices. Imo May 14
STEAM SAW MILL,
WEST END OF BEA UFAIN-STREET.
Saving rebuilt his STEAM SAW MILL, is now pre?
pared to execute all orders for SHIPPING and CI1Y
rRADE with dispatch.
JOHN H. STEIN ME Y ER,
May C West end of Beaufain-strect.
HE UER' S
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South Bide, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is s German Barber, bas been thor
mghly trained to his business, aud is prepared to
lervc his friends ana the public generally lu the sevc
ol branches of his art, viz:
DON'T FAIL-TO TRY" THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANEMN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an uniaibng remedy for all Dis?
tes ol the Digestive Orgaus and the Liver. For
ale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY* THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKSIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis
?ases of the Digestive Orgaus and the Liver. For
?le by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY* THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PAN KN IN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis?
uses of thp Digestive Orgaus aud the Liver. For
ale by all Druggist.-?.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY" THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au uufailiug remedy for all Dis
.ase* of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
ale by all Druggist!).
DON'T FAIL TO TRY* THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, on unfailing remedy for all Di;
lases ol foe Digestive Oiguus and the Liver. For
ale by nil Druggists.
DON'T FA IL TO TRY* THE CE LEBRA?
TE D SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
"ATIC BITTERS, nu nnttaiUng remedy for all Dis*
?ases ot the Digestive Organs aud the Liver. For
ale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TR Y THE CELEBRA?
TE SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S IIE
"ATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dla
.ases of thc Digestive Orgaus and the Liver. For
?ale by all Druggist*.
PO.VT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au uniailiug remedy for all Di
.asc? of the Digestive Organ.? aud the Liver. For
sal? by all Dntggi-ts
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TOMC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au unlailing remedy for oil Dis
.a-is ol tho Digestive Organs and the Liver. Tor
ale by all Druggists.
DON'T FA UL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis?
use* ot the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
:;tlc by all Drnegists.
DOJN'T FAIL TO TRY' THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an uuiuiliug remedy for all Dis?
r;i?e? of tho Digestive Orgaus aud the Liver. For
?ale by all Drusuistp. Ivr November 27
Q.RKENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR
GREENERIES COUNTY, IF. VA.
The undersigned, lessees of this old and well
announce that lencouraged by tho liberal natrouatrc
received last season) the have largely added to their
accommodations iu comfort aud in appearance, and
are prepared to entertain FIFTEEN HUNDRED
The Bathing accommodations are in flue order;
Bot aud "rt'.iriu Sulphur Baths, so emiueuily effica?
cious in many cases, are at the command of visitors
lt all hours.
lu addition to other amusements, they have pro
rid' tl a new nnd elegant BOWLING ALLEY and
BILLIARD ROOM, conveniently located.
Professor ROSENBERG ER'S celebrated FULL
UR AbS BAND bas been engaged for the season.
A good Livery Stable will t'u kept on the premises.
The completion of the Virginia Central Railroad to
irvington leaves only twenty iuilns of staging,
through a beautiful mountain country, over a well
Tenus: Three dollars per day, and eighty dollars
per month. Chi'dreu under ten year? ol' age and
.olored servants hah price. White servants nccord
.ug to accommodations. PEYTON & CO.
May 9 Imo
-... . OF .
Thc Day? of Roman Chivalry Eclipsed !
LIONS CONQUERED BY A. WOMAN I
BOYAL BENGAL HGEBS SUBDUED I
THE MONSTERS LOOSE IN THE STREETS
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
JUNE 8, 9 AND 10.
COL. C. T. AMES'
NEW ORLEANS MENAGERIE,
CIRCUS AND TROPICAL AVIARY !
A Triple Confederation almost illimitable in Its
resources, and more gorgeous and elegantly equip
ped than any kindred exhibition extant.
The corp! active numbers THIBTY-SEVEN AC
COMPLISHED ARTISTS, malo and female repre
sentatlves of the more elegant, graceful and pleasing
Olympian Sports, including Equestrianism, Gym?
nastics, Fantomimics, Acrobatics, Acoristatlcs and
Athletics. Among the most distinguished ol thc
Troupe are :
M'LLE ESTELLE ZOYORRA,
VICTORIA DE LE?, MADAME ELIZABETH,
Mr. THOMAS WATSON,
Mr. W. NAILER, Mr. LEWIS CARR,
Mr. HORACE SMITH,
Signor TIBBS, Mr. E. WINNE,
The CASTILIAN BROTHERS,
Mr. F. GOODING, Mr. E. BANKER,
Master FRANK, Master GEORGE,
and tbe TWO INTENSELY HUMOROUS CLOWNS,
BOB SMITH and JOHNNY LAWTON.
THE ZOOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT
Is of Immens; Magnitude, ind embraces
Hundreds of Wild Beasts!
OF ALMOST EVERY SPECIES AND GEOGRAPHI?
CAL RANGE, from tlio Elephant of the buming
Desert of Africa to the White Bear of the Arctic Seas,
or the Bifon ot' our own Western Wilds. To this is
AN UNUSUALLY LARGE AVIARY!
Of most Beautiful aud Brilliant BIRDS and FOWLS.
MONKEY'S. APES AM) BABOONS,
lu countless numbers aud 07 every tribe.
A BAND OF MUSICIANS
That acknowledge UD superiors iu thc rendition of
Sngnclous Dogs, ?>?c.
The only Lion Luchautre-a iu the World, thc Beau
thu] and Fairy-like
Signorita ELLA EUGENIE,
And the Distinguished Naturalist and Accom?
plished TIGER SLAYER,
Herr ELIJAH LEN GEL,
Accjmpauy tais Colossal Combination, aud at each
exhibition dl-play their miraculous power end in?
domitable courage by entering the deus ot thc
TIGERS, LIONS, PANTHER.-) and LEOPARDS.
; For List of Animals, and general particulars, see
Pictorial P sters, Dcseriptive Bill?, Bulletin?, fcc]
THE GRAND PROCESSION
On the morning of the dav of exhibition ? ill be un?
usually gorg ous ami grand. Tn it will bc b-iruc two
Triumphal Cars; on the top of oue will bc EUGENIE
SURROUNDED BY LIONS! ou the other, seated
side by side, LENGEL AND A ROYAL TIGER! the
oulyone oi Iiis species :hat ever permitted himself to
yield to the will of mau.
BEAR IT IN* MIND that this is strictly a Southern
Enterprise, aud tb Proprioio.- sud Managers pledge
themselves that the disrei-utablo, or at least ques?
tionable style ol advertising attractions they do not
present, shall in no instance be resorted to by them,
but that every promise made to the public shall be
kept to the letter.
tO* A Free Exhibition of the Zoological De
part i out will be ','iveu to the Orphan Asylum and
indigent childien ou the morning of WEDNESDAY,
10th, at hali-pa-st Ten o'clock, to which they a?e cor
May 2G ll Business Manager.
?raffries atib ?Hisrcll antons.
A T LOPEZ. 4: LESLIE'S WILL BE FOUND A
iL DELICIOUS FI9rI, being the second best
COBBEO STEAKS can" be had by applying, early
thia morning, at STALLS Noa. H and 20, FISH MAR?
KET._ 1? _Jone 5 J
100 OOO PFIM5 bTP*E8S SHINGI'r?
' 8Hi SELFOED k KELLY,
Jane 5 1 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
PEAS I PEAS ! PEAS !
O fi A BAGS COW PEAS FOR SALE LOW AT
? V\J No. 68 East Bay.
Jane 4_3_ C. N. AVERILL.
SAAA DEMIJOHNS, OF ALL SIZES
U\J\J\J 100 hampers Claret Wise Bottles.
For sale low by CLACIUS A WITTE.
April 21_ 3mos
CHLORIDE O? LISE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE BE
E. H. KELLERS A CO.,
March 23_No. 131 Meeting-street.
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU
MENTS, HEADSTONES. ?Sc. -y
1 FINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS S
J\_ constantly on hand at S. KLABER'S Ware
room, No. 54 First avenue, near Third-street, New
?ork. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3_ Omo
TO FARMERS AND SHIPPERS
VEGETABLES AND FS??IT.
H. W. KINSMAN,
? 8TJC0ESS0B TO
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
WILL AI TEND TO THE SALE AND SHIPMENT
to New y ork, Baltimore, Boston and Phlla
?elphia of early VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
Tn.'mers wishing to have the products ef their
[arms sold here, or shipped to Northern markets, can
io to by calling at his office, No. 153 EAST BAT.
May 26 tuthslmo
i?im F?RBERS AKD AIRERS
aSHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTER, CHEBSE, EGGS,
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
?AVAL STORES, HOPS, A.
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, &c, k
SEN E RAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
s'o. 4-12, 414 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
New York City,
Ind receive bis weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro?
luce aud Groceries, the most complete Price Cur?
ent published iu the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st, 1860.
TEST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March 4 c lyr
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FORMER
ustomers and the public iu general, that he has re
unied his Business for thc season at the old stand,
\o. 85 CALHOUN-STREfcT, where he will be happy
3 sec all his former patrons.
N B.-Carts will run as usual to all parts of the
Itv, and no cream sold as mine will be genuine un
:ss obtained from carts bearing the name of Henry
.arconib. ICE al-o for sale at all hours at No. 85
alhouu-street. HE S RV LARCOMB,
May 5 IMO
pill MAIS SION HOUSE,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED THE ABOVE
ouse, where day, monthly ani transient boarders
ill receive the greatest attention.
Thc tabb: will be tumished with the best the mar?
situa'ion central, rooms large and well furnished,
ad terms moderate.
Southerners are invited to give thc Mausiou House
MADAME T. M. RUT J ES,
(Formerly of Charleston; S. C.)
No. 23 Four aud a hall-street,
May 30 luio Washington, D. C.
>^EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
>. M. II1LDRET1I & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLI>HED FIRST-CLASS
[OTEL, as popularly known iu former times
uder the uiaua??'-flit o: J. B. MO.VNOT, Esq., aud
u.re recently uuJcr that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
j., now nuder the proprietorship of iiessrs. D.
T. HILDRETH A T. B. ROCKWAY, uner the timi of
>. M. UILDRLTH A CO.
The senior )>artuer from Lis long experience as a
lopricto? of the Veranda, St. Louts and St. Charles
[...?tels of New Orleans, flatters himself that lie can
=sure his friends and 'he public generally, that its
winer world-wide reputation as a popular urst-class
lotel, shall be fully sustained under i!s present
lauai'ci-iuut. lyr* February iv
M ERIC A K HOUSE,
T'.IE VERY EMPORTANT AND EXTENSIVE
uprovements which have recently been made iu
lis popular Hotel, the largest in New Euglaud, en
ble i he Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
ud thc Travelling Public a tommed itious aud cou
onieuces superior to any other Hotel in the eily,
taring thc past summer additions have been made
t mimerons suites of apartments, with bathing
jouis, water closets, A-C, attached; oue of Tufts'
tagnidceut passenger elevators, the best ever con
tructed, conveys guests to the upper story of the
ou-e iu one u.iuute; thc cutties have beeu newly
lid richly ci rpeted, and ihc eutire house thoroughly
;;>leuisbed and rcfumi.-bed, making it, iu ah its
anointments, equal to any Hotel iu the country.
Telegraph Olll/e, Billiard Halls and Cate on the
r-t floor. LEWIS RICE i SON,
May i_ unvMiuos_Propiietots.
IT ADAMS 6IOIERE)
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHiBLESION, 8. C.
Transient Hoard $3 50 per Day.
?N IL.MOR HOUSE,
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
April 27_ lyr
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PHOPBEETOBS,
VI L L I A 11 IRWIN,
PBOPBEETOB OF THE
SPARTANBURG, 5. C.