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V?T.TTTYTE VT -TOMBER 844]
CHARLESTON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
#?~ The Business and Publication Uf
Ure of THF. DAUA RI EM'S lia? been
removed to thc large and commodious
building Ko. HO EAST BAY.
J3 Y ""T?L EU ll APH.
Out- European Dispatches.
\VEU ATLANTIC TILEURAPILI
GEN. NAPIER LN PARIS-LUS REWARD-THE POPE
CALLS A GENERAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCH
THE TRANSFER OF ST. THOMAS, *C
LONDON, July 1.-The debate ou the Irish
Church bill was continue J in the HOOBO i.f
Lords until S o'cloct., when it was suspended
and the bill was defeated by a volo of 97 to 192.
The Tories che?rod loudly.
Ko ME, July 1.-Tho Pope has summoned a
General Couucil of tho Church to assemble at
the Vatican on December the 8th, 18U9. Per?
sona summoned mast appear personally or by
BERLIN, July 1.-Bavaria bas ratified the
LISBON, July 1.-Rio Janeiro advices repre
aout tho war on the pari, of the allies as lan?
guishing. The peaco party in the Argentine
Confederacy is in the ascendancy.
PARIS, July 1.-Gen. Napior, of Abyssinian
war fame, arrived here ycsteiday, and is thc
guest of Lord Lyous. Ile will be created a
peer on his return to Eugland.
M. C. Vicomte do St. Ferri?l, First Secrolaty
of thc French Legation at "Washington, hau
been recalled by his government. He will be
accredited to England in tho same capacity
COPENHAGEN, dune 2i?_Tho delay in com
pletina tho transfer of Si. Thomas to th?
United Slated is represented to bo accidental
The Kine has intimated that Santa Cruz will
also bo disposed ot' to tho United tit.tos as
soon as the claims of France in connection
with that island are settled.
. Our Washington Dispatches
ATTEMPT TO EXCLUDE SOUTHERN STATES IN TU I
ELECTORAL OOLLEOE-THE ALASKA PURCHASE
GEN. M'DOWELL RELIEVED AND OHOERl.D TO
WASHINGTON, July 1.-Hamilton, a member
of tho Hoase from Florida, ba t been sworn in.
IN THE SENATE tooloy, Mr. Trumbull stoke
against the bill excluding the Southern States
from the Electoral College,, and; moved to
otriko from the bill Florida and Arkansas. :No
action was taken.
Thc consideration of the Civil Appropriation
bill was resumed. Sherman withdrew the
funding bill which he bad ottered as an amend?
IN THE HOUSE tho Alaska bill was under con?
sideration. Mr. Washburne, of Wisconsin, op?
posed any appropriation to carry the treaty
into effect. Tho understanding is that a vole
will bo tnkou on Thursday week.
Tho President has relieved General McDow?
ell from tho command of Hie Fourth Military
District and he is ordered to report without
delay to the War Department. General (lillmu
succeeds McDowell in command of the Fourth
Tho Military Protect a Legislature. '
NEW ORLEANS, July 1. -This morning before
tho hour for assembling thc Legislature, a
section of artillery, a squadron of cavalry and
two companies ol' infantry occupied Lafayette
Square. A large body of police were ou duty
in and around the buildiup. No one was al?
lowed tb approach without giving account ol
his business. From all the appearance*/
trouble was expected. Gen. Niell and Gen.
Buchanan's staff were also press?t.
The Democrats were present in the Senate,
The roll of members shows only Hmso who
took the test oath. A committee reported, re
commending that the action of the president
of the Senate requiring members to tako the
test oath should bo fully sustained, but that
dne respect for tho General commanding the
armies of tho United States induced them t
recommend a discontinuance of the test oath
Fifteen Democratic senators qualified under
the constitution. The House proceedings were
of a similar nature, but more opposition was
elicited to the proposition to dispenso with
tho test oath. Charles W. LoAvell (white) was
- elected Speaker. The constitutional amend?
ment was ratified by a vote of yeas fitty-seveu
nays three. It is stated authoritatively that
tbe application for the presence of tbe military
was made by two Democratic senators. A
great deal of bitter feeling exists in both
Houses, the Radicals and colored men doing
a l in their power to prevent tho Conservatives
from taking their seats.
Military Rule Ceased in Florida.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., July L-(iov. Reed to?
day recoived the surrender o) tho government
of the State from Gov. Walker, in compliance
with tho order from Gen. Meade. According
to general orders yoslerday, military rulo ceas?
es in this State, and the commander of the
sub-district is ordorod to abstain from inter-:
terence with civil law upon any pretext what?
ever. The old Stato and connty officers will
hold over until appointments aro made by Gov.
Hoed, and confirmed by the Legislature, which
meets on thj.7th.
Marine Hep ort?.
FORTRESS MONROE, July 1.-The steamer Es?
sayons, tho steam dredge-boat dosigned for
the mouth of tho Mississippi, and boitud for
New Orleans, has put iu with ber machinery
EXTRAORDINARY ECLIPSE.-The total eclipse
ot the sun, which is to take place on thc 18th
of Autrust next, will present such a long dura?
tion of darkuoss, that astronomers are antici?
pating it with unusual interest. From near
Aden the central line of the eclipse extends t o
tho southern coust of Now Guinea, crossing
Hindost?n, Hie. Bay of Bengal, the Maylayan
peninsular, and the Gulf of b am on the way;
aud at certain places on this line the duration
of total darkness will bc at 0:10. At thc dato
in question, Hie inuou will not be more than
six nonrs from it? periget?, while the sun will
not be tar from its apogee; a I wu-fokl condition
which increases tho apparent diameter of the
moon, and shows tho apparent diameter of thu
sun, nearly at tho smallest. Hence the pro?
longed darkness. Sucli a chance occurs bul
rarely, and Ave cannot wonder that a strong de?
sire exists to make the most of it in endeavors
to solve certain high Iv important questions iu
physical science. Unluckily, the sont h wost
monsoon will bc at its full blast on thu loth
of August, which, with its buaw clouds, will
render observation either uncertain or impos?
sible, except on the eastern side of theniouu
THE IMPEACHMENT INVESTIGATION.-The
managers roport of the impeach Mien t investi?
gation has been nearly coinoloted by General
Butler, and will be presented tn rho House on
Wednesday. In the testimony to be presented
tno report gives a detailed account of a <ou.
vcrsatiou which, took place at the White House
between the President and bis Cabinet. ofttcera
before Hie final volo on impeachment was
taken, when the subject of gaining Republican
senators was considered. The President, it is
stated, named those whom he believed could
bc induced to vote for bis acquittal, lt ap?
peal's that there was a diversity of opinion iu
record to the position ol' Senator Wilson, but
the President said liewa? finn in the belief
that it Avould be useless to attempt lo secure
bis vote. Tho managers endeavor to keep all
the evidence obtained by them very close, bnt |
tho above is conshlcred authentic.
[ Waafiington Sar. 1
THF, REV YOICK ( ?VVKXTIi?.\.
THF. PRELIMINARIES OF TITE CONVENTION-AR?
RIVAL OF DELEGATES - HEADQUARTERS OF TUF.
DELEGATIONS-HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS TUE
NEW TAMMANY HALL- THK IWO-TIURDS UU1.K
AND THE PENDLETON M KN- VIGOROOS Vilo'
TEST AGAINST CHANGING IT-TSE NEW YOltl?
DEMOCRACY-ADVICE OF THF. ALBANY AUUUS
TUE rEESIDENTI A TL. CANDIDATKS AND TU Elli
PROSPECTS-PENDLETON, CHAME, HANCOCK AhJD
A special corrosponilent writes from New
York (Juue 28) lo thai lively little sheet, the j
Now Yolk is fast becoming Hie prent nation?
al centre of political interest. liven thus carly
thc prom incut mon aud politicians of l ho Dem- 1
ocratic party are on hnud, participating in tho
preliminary eaucusscs nud confet encos io sluipc
th? platform and ulrcugtheu tho respective
candidates far. tho Convention, which meet* 011
Saturday. New York, always Tall, has room
enough*to show tho Humorous proseuco of
those in ationdunco 011 Ihc Convent iou. Ail of
the Broadway and up-towu hotels aro eugaged,
anti large numbers Lave taken quarters in
Brooklyii and Jersey Cily. Thu St. Nicholas
has loado preparations for'the accommodation
of two thousand guests, and ?jil be thc head?
quarters of several of the principal delega
lions, among them llio.su Irom New York,
Michigan and Nebraska in tull, aud portions ol'
tim Indiana, Poiuwylvania, Connecticut, Ala?
bama and Tennessee d?l?gations* At Ibo Uv*
Lropolitan live parlors have boen engaged for
tho weetiugs ol' the delegatioiis who will stop
at that hotel. New Jersey, Wisconsin, Mis?
souri, Iowa, Alabama, ami portions uf thc; Dis?
trict of Columbia, and Pennsylvaniadelega?
tions have also engaged rooms lucre, although
the headquarter^ of Ute Jailer gentlemen will
boat lrvtog Hu'', where they tuvo excellent
arraugeiueutu for holding meetings ami cau
iMisses. 'Jim rhairmau ol tho delegation tull
slop at the Union Place Hotel.
At Ihe New York Hotel the headquarters ol
the Maryland, Kentucky and North Carolin?
delegations will be. fourni logo!her willi a poi .
lion ot the California, delegation. Hui Peudle
ton interest will hold fi.rlli nt the Fifth Avenue
Hotel. Indiana, Ohio and Illinois have estab?
lished their headquarter*! there, ami Um Mas
sachusetts and West Virginia delegations have
also engaged rooms. Special traills leave; Glii
cago on Wednesday with the Illinois rletcgalt**.
A'portioii ot the iVudlolou escort will also slop
at the Filth Avenue. The W estern delegates
nave engaged Masonic Hall, m Thirteenth -
street, for meeting purposes. Tho Everett
Honst! will be thc headquarters of the dele
gatea Irom New'Hampshire, Vermont and Mis?
sissippi. The St. Dennis will be pat ronized hy
portions of the Otiio, Pennsylvania. Maski
chusetts aud ('aUlornia delegations ; the lader
will probably lix their headquarters (here. The
Rhode [uland delegation will stop at thc I loll'
mau House, and herc also Senator*Iki?li?le
and a number of the Connecticut delegates
may be found. The Spingler House will Le oc
cupied by the Kansas and Missouri delegates,
who leave St. Louis next. Tuesday. The Worth
House will be the rendezvous ol' the friends ami
supporters of Judge Field, De|egat?s from
Chicago and Oinci.iuati are expeetud nt Hes?
ter's Hotel. The New Jersey delegation will
do their cancussiug ai il- headquarters at the
St. James Hotel. Several individual delega-,
tions will room at thc~Ashland House.
Tho (?eorgia, Mississippi, Alabama, and
other Southern delegations have m ul.' their
headquarters at Hip Clianler House, a new
hotel just opened in l-lth street, opposite Tam
niany Hall, where Ute Convention meeta, ?un]
which promises to bc thu eenln- of one ol the
liveliest political assemblages ?11 Hie eily. The
Astor House, wlueli bau been for mt many years
tho repognixed headquarters of the Republican
party, has Leo? engaged by thc Maine, Ver?
mont, and portions or il?G >Jew langland delc
gatious. Some of these q mu l ui s may ho
chauged, as the contest for rOouis is already
very earuest aud exciting, anti may result in
tie transite of WOW of the delega! ions lo other
localities than thoso named.
The vanguard ot the delegates, outsiders and
is, indicate that Hie UNI veil lion will
lie nuuinncaliy th^ largest ever hold in the
country. Now York is Hie univ city that can
attract" aud accommodate mich an oiltttonring
ul iuo masses, 'ibo new Tammany Hall, where
the Convention will be held, is in" Fnurlociilh
street. near tho Academy ul' Music, ami isa
magnificent structure, li. will bo completed by
Tuesday, inaugurated bv Wednesday or Timm
day, and will seat about live thousand people.
The local committee estimate that about forty
thousand applications fur admission have al?
ready boen made.
" Who will bo nomina tod?" That is Ibo in?
quiry repealed at least a hundred thousand
times a day on Manhattan Island, hut thc op?
portunities for approximating a con-eel UIIHWCI
I lind to bo better hero than in Washington,
lu the first place. Mr. Pendleton will go into
the eonvcuttoii as the si l ongest man lhere
need exist no doubt o: that. The West \- di hu
almost solid tor him on thc li rsl ballot; but ac?
cording to tho 0.1130] exporieuoe ol' oonventiuns, ,
this fact, it will bo lvmembeicd, would not in?
sure his nomination. His friends claim, how?
ever, that they will liavo u majority in tho con?
vention, which will tempt them to maka a
movement to repeal tho timo-honored two
thirds rulo, and to provi lo that a siinplo ma?
jority ot' tho ballots cast shall nominate. If the
convention is carried un Ulis point, and the
Democrats adopt tho majority rule, now in uso
by the Republicans, Mr. Pendleton will he
nominated. Nor is this an idle speculation.
The New York Democracy, anticipating such a
proposition, is np in arms for a s igoroua light
against it, which, if carried into thc conven?
tion, will mako a lively and bitter contest.
Tho Albany Argus, the central Slate organ of
tho Democracy, iu ile issue of Friday, is out. in
a decided manifesto against any such movc
ui'nt, warning Mr. Pendleton's friends not to
attempt it. and intimating to Hie Southern del?
egations that they must not lend il a helping
band. It says that "it is peculiarly suitable
thal this rulo-bonhl he ictaiuud at this limo
in Hie nominating convention, us without it it
would be easy for States having no prospect nf
contributing to tho Democratic electoral vole
dictating thc nomination, and so declaring il as
to defeat thc hopes of the Staion most reliable
for Democratic majorities. The lui-thirds nile
was tho fundaui?iiinl law ol'the Ural National
Couvontion of l&tl [when a Viec-Prcsidcnl
ouly was nominated), and wa- reiterated in
183(1 and 1840 and 1814. It was made the co wi
in the last named Convention tor t he deled iou
that defeated Mr. Van Bttren's renomination,
and it owes muoh ot' ito unpopularity to its
abuse 011 that occasion, lint it ut the organic
law ol' D?mocratie Con voulions, not lo be sel
aside, except by a power as high ns thal which
originatod it, and all that the Convention of
18US can rightfully do lo change it is to submit
a proposition to that effect to the Democratic
Conventions ol' thc several Stator, to be pas ed
upon with a view to future action. Tho Con?
vention ?111 vote by States as heretofore each
delegation casting the whole vole upon ques?
tions and candidates, or dividing it, according
to the views of members, nu the delegation it?
self shall determine." lr thin advice foe fol?
lowed, dud two-thirds ol'Hie Convention, in
' toad ot it majority, are required to repeal Hie
two-thirds t ole, (he Pendleton movement will
not succeed, anti it will be quite impossible lu
W'lnlo Mr. Pendleton has the git-a'csl
stiongth among the delegates, (sustained by a
powerful oiitnide intlucnco), within the cJu
vei.iion, it is manifest that t'lm Mustie Chane
is warmly supported from with.ml. 1 haw yet
to lind, though, a single, delegate who bas 'de?
clared for him. Some of thc prominent Nail
era of the party, and main ol ii? uuiinporlaiil
politicians, an- in ravoi of IHM nomination. Tho
Albany Argus has declared fur him, which is
even more aiguiliuanl Iban the recent demon?
stration ol'Hie World in that direction, in its
pointed article uf Friday the Ari* us nay? thal
"Irom Un- moment Mr. Chime pronounced
himself a Democrat, wc wt re willing to regard
him as one;" audi I adds willi truth that "he ?;,
no statesman who in revolutionary l imes look*
backward lu lind iliturupannie*. ol'sent iment or
action in men who promise tu KU lui ward witt)
hun, and whose assistance is victory. Wc de?
mand thal ov-rthis whole revolutionary past
the veil of oblivit II shall l-e east. Let its sins
and its strifes and ils passions lie sponged
away, erased Iront Hie tablets ol'men's memo?
ries forever. P<nt whih? ?h|OWin;? open \w.l-.
the doors of thc pat ty to every one win?seeks
or claims eui rance, and recognizing in witty
member tue rights of tho Ingln-sL, we tl ? nut
for a moment purpose to venture ujioii any < ??
p?riment thu would eudanger ttie nude ul I he
party. We mtend lo go wp", lb., men whu
for the pant eight uara hive Iravcdvd with un
the rough and dangerous palbs of advo ailv.
They aro our brothero. We never faltered in
Uielc company when the hour waa daikeat.
We have no temptation to leave them uow that
brighter skies altino over all of U9."
Many Southern mon, arrange enough, sup?
port Riv. Chuso. A loller baa been received
boro from Geirral Gonion, of Georgia -tho
recuit defeated candidate for Governor in that
state-advocating bia nomination. General
G. served Ihrougnoul the war in the rebel army.
Messrs. lichnont, Harlow and other Democratic
geiiUeoicn ol' wcallh also support Mr. Chase
quietly, but not openly, and probably on finan?
General Hancock bas many monds in and
out ol'tho Convention, and mil. as Ulinga now
look, receive the support uf tho Maine, New
Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and
Pcnnsvlvania delegations, with portions, more
or less, of other delcgat iona, but will be without
any strength in thc Weal. Tho Loniaiana and
other Soii'bnni delegations may, however, add
tc bis atrouirlb. General Steadman, ?. C.
Bailey, or rh'd'Iioalon'nTraia, and other promi?
nent ?ar Democrats aro working for Hancock.
Tho Tennessee delegation will throw their
first ballot for Andrew Johnson, but thia will
ho merely complimentary. Tho Do.i.ocrats
generally"atv opposed lo placing his name in
nomination. or to mentioning him in the rjao
Intions uf thu convention.
Senator Hendricks, ol Indiana, bas macy
friends, and seemingly no opponents. He is
likely to bo a candidato on whom thc conven?
tion 'may unite by thy fourth or fifth ballot.
MOHK OOQntBKTlOH GOSSIP.
A New York letter to the Philadelphia Led
Tho Pendleton organs herc aro very fierce
over any attempt that may he made to
"slaughter Pendleton," as they phrase it. Thc
Cum rut ?mi is admonished also against whit?
tling away the platform so aa lo mean nothing.
Thc Ailiaoiy Argus, yon will Lave noticed,
lins boen writing np t'base withing thc last day
01 two. The inspirer uf those art ie lea ia said
to be Governor Seymour, and if that be ti ne,
as the Governor w ill probably preside in tho
('miwul ?un, tho fact, ia a very Miiitiilicant ono.
The Mississippi, Alabama and Virginia dele?
gates are very outspoken against the World
newspaper For ita recont advocacy of Chase,
and for recommending that negro sutlrago, aa
a ma tier of policy, if not of principio, bul bet
ler he acquiesced in. They say if that, or any?
thing like thal, ia tu bo tlie programme, all
bauds might aa well go fur Gran I.
The New York delegates meet at thc St.
Nicholas Hotel on Wednesday next. Some ul'
thom gu Lo Washington Ibis evening to ooo
suit with the prominent men of the party there,
ami lu take "soundings." Private telegrams
from CineinnaUi stale th it tba Pendleton un?
curl will he along by Tuesday evening. Tam?
many Hall, aouie Limo since, promised to give
I beni a very grand reception, but. latterly, it is
nuled, bulV.tUe ia saul about it.
Tho New ?ork World, sp?culai inp in regaid
lu the probable resnll nf thc aclinn ol'thc Con?
Tho Modulates oanvaeaed are tho aame ins
n ie week ago, and the ehaneea fur the nomina?
tion du nul appear U> have varied much, liiere
ia, however, a inure general impression that
senator Hendrick* will ho tho fortunate man,
hut in the absence of the delegates, nothing
positivo can be ascertained, hendricks ap?
pears lo he tho second choice more than any
otlu r person. Too Chase movement bas gained
ground with the rank and tile nf Hie party, but
it ia doubtful il' it bas w|th tbs leaders. The
young men of t he party aro 1er him lo a much
greater extent than tho old alagers of the De?
mocracy. Tuero are many who still have slroug
hopes of Iiis nomination, and yet there are
others who ututo with groll positiveness that
he will not nul a vote iii tho Convention. The
I Vieillis of General Hancock ?I ill manifest great
confidence that bo will ho nominated. The
frfciitlH ol' IVn.lletiui prol'eHH to believe that
Hancock is (?ie mail villein they liam gol (t,
pit against, and thal he is I ho next strong mau
to limn- r? vori le. With lld* belief they aro
du e. lin;; their attacks upon the op?rations of
Hancock's. friends, and endeavoring lo show
thal ho is (lu: mau who will bu nominated it
Pendleton m not.
In i el JJ euee to l|Oy-cru6r Seymour there is a
discrepancy in tho views of the politicians.
Kineo his .'-peech ono class assert that he ia
now a candidato, und thal bis speech will
nominale hine, hui in direct opposition lu thia
?tisasserU.il thal Mr. Seymour stated to his
intimate personal friends, while m this eily,
thal bu was nul a camlidale, aud did not de?
sire Hie nomination, lt is now generally con?
ceded thal he will he the permanent president
of Mic Convention,
Thc interest in thc actum o? the Convention
increases xs tho tinto diawa near fur it to
assemble. Tho poaphtof the entire country,
ot' holli parties are waiting and watching with
great interest all Ute development*.
Tin- I?rent Urmsa Festival in JVvvr
l oi lt.
I he I hird National German Shouting Ruli
val is univ in progress in New York. Ileum
menccdou Saturday, at .fotie:,' Wood, and will
bc kept up tho whole o? thia week. Tho
Journal of Commerce says:
Gvrmaiis have come Iroiu [ito roiuolesl pails
ul Hu KaiIn ilaiul and from uveiy state in the
Guion io ut letitl tliis lesli val. Preparations
for it have quite occupied thu apare time of
our public-spirited Teutonic citizens. Com?
mittees ami Ruh-coimuittewM, with us many
kinds of badges aa the Chinese mandarins
have of Luttons, bave been busy day and
night for weeks past perfecting all thc ar?
rangements fur thualtair. (?ills lo trie ag rc?
gale value or over 5:10 OOO have beou presented
by associations and individu?is in Gcrmauy
ai'id the United Stad a to bc competed tor hy
tho sharpshooters. Among thc foreign dona
liona ta a nerdlc-gnn, tho offering of tho King
ol' Prussia, as Ihorougli-going a (?orman as
over lived. Thu programme of Uro fete in?
cludes, bosidus unlimited sUootiug, balls, con?
certs and banquets.
Tho Mew York Sun (rives Um following pre?
liminar}' incidents of tho festival:
Thc arrival or the Western derogates, bear?
ing with them tiie flat: of thc league ''Has
PuiideMlab;. ."-was tho groat uvont of Satur
il?y. They wiwe escorted by Ibo Now York
Schulzen battalion and troops ol' friends on
the sidewalk i lo the Germania assembly
Kooma, where they received au enthusiastic
weicoiuc. speeches \wro made by Ur. Gitan,
ibur.-r and Mayor Hoffman, and wore received
willi great applause, Tho ceremony ol'debv -r
iiit.; the il ig of th. P.und, escorted hilbor from
Chicago by over one unwired sharpshooters,
followed, Mr. Mulchlechiior, of Chicago, and
Supervisor Andren' Willman, vice-president of
the Schul ?elli .um!, delivering addresses, in
the owning many ol' tho buildings m those
portions ol' t he city occupied principallv by Ger?
mans wore brilliantly illuminated. Ail dav
yesterday Un. prizes were, un exhibition at
Steinway Hall, mid wcie inspected by thou
saiula ul people.
Tho following dispatch was yesterday re?
ceived by Mr. Mas MorgenUiau, thu secretary
n: HI? Schulzen fest, hy thc Atlantic cable:
"H.MiitURfi, Sunday, Jans '?6. - Hail Colum?
bia's uona ! ftlav success crown rour manly
sp.ul. Il AM bU KG hlPI.ES."
Al !. o'clock yesterday morning two barges,
CI'O.VIUMI with members of the visitingdeluga
lions amt their ladies, left I ho pier al the foot
ol' I?arclav-street, and proceeded un au excur?
sion down the bay. Bauds of mnsic were on
thc lioat, luger flowed freely, and thc day was
one of enjoyment altogether Teutonic. The
party passed lin- Narrows, sailed down Hie
LToWi-i' Hay, and then sailed hack again. Mool
jug a french war .steamer. Um Germans began
sliming the Marseillaise, accompanied by Ibo
bands. Those nu l.oanl of the man of-war re?
sponded i-iilhu.siasl ?cally,waving hals and hand?
kerchiefs, and laking np Hu- hnrdcii ol the na?
tional hymn cnlbusmaiically, Koon after Um
fsrilish sicamor Critauiiia passed, ami Ihr Ger
luaus sang "God Save the Queen ' lustily, call?
ing forth a. similar demonstration |rom Ibu
passengers ul tho sle.uuer.
Tim excursionists m xl. looked around in vain
for a German sicamor, and liol merlin:; any,
t he\ broke forth willi Ihe Gorman national air,
"Was isl des lVeutHolmii Vaterland?" (What.
ia Hu- ilei luau's Kui hei land Vj lite barges
lauded their passengers for awhile ?il Stali n
Island, where lucy were received willi tho
tiring of KIMS and oilier demonstrations, ?ind
escorted to Knitter's Park. Here about two
hours wer<: spent, in onVaiugs of lager tn Gam*
i.riiuis, and Hun re-embarking the delegates
?ailed up Hie Hudson us fir aa I nri heo and
i.a.-k In lin- ulm rf al IiarehiA-alteel, where
Ho v arrived al I! P. M.
haler in Itu- inviting a powder company of
New Voi l. pri-MCiilcd eighl powder horns lo tho
uswH-iahoii iluoiicli the medium of General
Sign). Tho Charleston Kchilt'/.eii Com pam'
pre* nUd a taino Lear to ?hu association, and
thereby i-reatuJ mtichfun. indeed, thu bue
I nientiou of such a present vee tncugli to raiso
a little excitement ra any community, b *.
Tho procession to-iiny was of hmtrieriaa
length, and pr?a<iiited a most impo?inp ap?
pearance. Delegations wero present from
Switzerland and Gem;any, in addition to tho
reproueutatives Crom all over the United Statea.
DIABOLICAL CBUXLTIKS PnAcnont? BY THE
RADICALS UPON NEGROES.-Among tho methoJs
oi torture employed by these wretches upon
the negroes to moke them swear away human
lives was the instrument known aa the ".sweat
box." Thia we understand to bc a bos'of wood,
inside of which thc victim its made ' to! stand.
The woodeu aides of this box, by means ot a
screw, are compressed closer ano closer, until
the individual can' scarcely hiv a the; then a
stream of hot ail or steam is thrown npon the
victim; lie is almost stilled;. a pressure put
upon his heart and lunns until the agony of his
position is snell that haman naturo sinks under
tho infliction, and the poor creature cries out
that ho fs ready to testify to anything desiree].
We assert that our information U'positivo ai>d
reliable that these infernal cruelties h?ve been
practiced by the federal military in Georgia"
upon black mon in order to make them swear
away the lives of innocent white men an J re?
spectable citizens before a military eojnbiUaion
"organized to convict," and with murder iu
their hearts. Gue of these poor nogroes thus
torturod watt kept there so lone; that-his knee
actually bural open hy Hie proa-sure of blqod.
[National inteugmcer, 20.//.
THE MOST PERFECT IKON TONIC. - HEGFUAN'M
I'RBUATED ELIXIR OF BABE. -A pletwariteordial.
prepared from calisaya hark and pyro-phos?
phate- ol' iron, possess inn the valuable proper?
ties of iron phosphorous and calisaya, without
any injurious ingredients. As a pr?ventive tu
fever md aguo, and aa a tonio for patients re?
covering from fuver, of oihor sickness, it can
uot bo surpassed. It ia] recommended by the
most eminent phvfiiciauij. Prepaiod by Hoge
man & Co., New York, and ?ola byall roapect
uhle drutitfista in thc United States. I '
Spf rial Notices.
ts- I HK REPUELICVN PARTY OF THIS
city will rel?brate the Finn th ot July by the follow?
ing programme, vi/: At 7 o'clock in tba muralug
thu different companies auil societies will assembls
at the usual muuter ground, lower end yt Meeting
street, where un.1er thu direction of the Marshals
they will form into Hue ami march up Meeting to
Hasel-streel, turning Basel up Rlug ta Mary street,
tur;.in? Mary dowo Meeting-street, hailing - at the
Citadel Qrceu, whet? Ibo Declaration of the Natl Jual
Iudupendeu.ee will be ron) from tho plat form erected
not only for thal occasion, bul als ) to givo expr?s*
sion lo our approbation of, aud. to pledge our undi?
vided aqypoii to, the nomination mado bythe Chi?
cago convention for President and vice-President of
the nation, namely, General U. S. Graut aodj?on.
Schuyler Colfax. The Declaration will he read at 9 '?
A. M., and the speaking will couimeurc loimo. I lately
altor, as coutletneu of high pojltiou and ability in
this city, and our- or two otiieia on*a visit here wilt
be present, aud aro iuvitod to address the meetiug.
It is n .p. J that a i nil attendance ol' all tho compa?
nies and societies, with as u.auy iu uniform as posh!
bli*, will parad* and attend the meeting With their
usnal banns rs and fifes and drums. The committee
will provide a baud ol music to lead the procession.
After the speaking ls river, which Will be at or before
2 P. M., the Chief Marslul aud bia assistants ard ry- | J
quested lu "t-c that all the campauiea again form
into line and march separately to their headquarters
lu good arder.
By order of Dr. M. H. COLLINS,
Chairman Coiniuil Ice Arranreuiehtu
F_ c. KECKLEV, M. D., Secretary.
July a _ _ 3 j
49-TIIE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
-SOUTH CAROLINA UfSTIiKT.-lN T?E COO BT
OF ADMIRALTY OF liff: 1/NIT Ft? H l'A Tl S OF
AMERICA. FOR SOU TH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMKRICA.-Io J. P. M.
EPPINU. Marshal of Iii?; United Stales, for lue Di?
trjet aforesaid, or his I .awful Deputy-Oreelini:
You, aud each nf you, are hereby commanded, willi
nut delay, lo cits au.l admonish, and these are,
tberelore, lo cite and adm milli all persuus iii gene?
ral, who have, or pretend lu haw, any righi, title,
rli.hu, iut.-i h.it, property, or Jemand whatsoever lu,
to, or out ul Ibo hhlp MONTtlOMI RV and her car?
go, against which a libel haili been exhibited and
OleJiu tho MM Court, hythe tlNITPD STATES OF
AMERICA,iu ai-oise ol' Admiralty aud Miirillmp Ju?
risdiction for Salvage Service by tho owners, officers
aud crew ul tu? Steamship CHARLESTON, that they
heondapposv belora thc Hon U.S. BRYAN, Judye ol
the said Court, at a Court to JO holden at tho Fe leroi
Courthouse, on Thursday, IU- HUh day of July next,
HI ll o'clock A. M., to sin w etuse, il aoy they have,
\?hy the prayer nf tho saki libel should not lie
"ranted. Aud whatsoever .VoV-diull ddiu the prem?
ises yon shall duly eerlity uno the Judge oioiwaid,
at the time mid place afores? tl. together with these
Witness, Hon. U. fl. BRYAN, Judge ol the said
Court, at Charleston, Ibu fini tlay of July, ill the
year ol'our Lot-I ouo thousand ei^ht hundred and
*i?ty eight. MArJRVTH A- LOWNDES,
Clerk of the District Court Jt the (J. S. lor S. C.
July ? _ Jb:?
WfHE STEAMER CITY POINT WILL
discontinue, her trips to Florian, Cor sum mer repairs,
nulli further notice. Julie 2
OJT A NOVELTY. -TEE LATEST AND
most effectual remedy tor the cure ot debility, loss
of appetite, headache, torpor ol Uie liver, etc., is
PANK MIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
ftff-A WARNING TO LOUN I'Eltb'ElL'ERS
AND A CAUTION TO PURCHASERS.->0 expense
will be upared.no I ..yal mean of punii>hing fraud
will be neglected, in thu eifert lo prevent thc conn
lerfclting ol' BOS TETTER'S STOMACH BITTEBV.
But acniiiiilrelism, when its ruiniug aud activity are
stimulated by thu hope of gain, ?a v. ty ingenious
and industrious. Thu men wlio.se despicable bus!
ue-H it ia to simulate valuable ?roprietaryuiodk-luea,
ami who substitute therefor dirigerons ur aorlhlcM
pr?par?t iou?, are proverbially difficult lo catch.
Most ol them have mauy abases, and they rill from
Stale to Mute willi surprising agility, lu the hope ol
evading the clutches ?I tn? law. The proprietors of |
fTo.sTETTEICS STOMACH BITTERS are determin?
ed, ii possible, to hunt them down. Travelling
agents are employed for lbw purpose, and whenever
nu ollen.1er is ilelect. il, hu ia pro (ville.1 with Hie
nttunst rigor of tho hw.
No amount ol vigilance, however, ran prevent the
ivciyioiial lulrodnetion ol iuutalimia ami runnier
felts. 'Ibu public are then I..re cautioned not to put
phase any article purporting lu be HOS I E l i Kit's
SfiiAIACH lill't'FHS which is n..t sulli? lil ?caled by
Un- hands'.lue government stamp specially engraved
Itu' the proprietors, and also hy their superb ucw
label wiih a l-eaulinil viem-iie, reptvueulini! Hie rou,
diet lu tween BL (?eili ge and Hie Draffuu, al Hie top
and a u ?nialure unie ni hand, uir.ned Hosteller A
Billilli, ni (he foul.
N B.-Tile genuin? 1)111 RSA are sold in BOT
TLES ONLY. All nM-?oua who pn*lnud lo sell Hie
urlK*li; by the gallon Of hanvl, are iiupr^tors, and
Hie Htutl' they oller is a Worthless and piohul.ly
p. .iflouoiii eonnteii.it. C July 1
Axr HGN. JEFFKKSUN DAVIS, A NU
mauy other leading Dieu ol the >-oulh, recommend
ami use thc popular Toilet Preparation kuuwu as
"PALWKTTU IM IR RRNKWRIt." whi, h ia a ie
ulurer of color and dressing combiued. Its ??real
IHipularity is owing to the fact, that it is a harmless
ami reliable preparation, and warranted lo give salis
fa-lion. DO WIK .V MOISK,
(leii.-r ii Agents, Chariest ou,
No. ICM Mue:iU(j-stie,-t, eoruer Hasel.
Julie 'Jilt slulhC
ti?' UATCHELOK'S IJAHt DYE.-THIS
spluuilhl Hair Dye ia tho best III Hie world; tin
only true sud perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
u:>lauuuM!0u>j; no dUapiMiintmeul; no ridicnlons
tinta; remedies the ill elf oe ts ot had dyes; iuvlgo*
rales and leaves the IIHII soil and i. -auiii.it bhet or
lirnwn. Hold i>y ull DriigEiata and Perfumera; an
properly applied al Ban helm's Wig Factory, Mo
?jud-atr.ct. Hew York. lyr Jauuary
^f*vThp fi flat Ives, Friend? and Ac
Qiiaiubiuefcsgr Ht. and M?. X. J. DOTEN, and of J
Mr. Jos. LiMBL* snAismfljr, are rf-speeuclly invit?
ed lo attend the Funeral Service of PAULINE
JOSEPHINE, only child of Uio former., at Rt Panl*a
Church, Society-street, This Morning, ai Nim? o'clock,
without lurtber Invitation.
July 2 i*
t&~ FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLFSTON.-CHARLESTON, July 2, 18GS.
This Bauk wdl be olosed on Saturday next, 4th inst
The busiuess of that day must therefore be onlici
V-*O?- WM. C. BREESE.
Jn|y 2_2_Ooah 1er.
. FINAL NOTICE.-SHERIFFS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, JUNE 30,"l8?P.-On the 2d of J'dv
all tho Real Estate ia this ana the adjoining
Parlshci, against which State Tax Executions ure
filed lu this office, will ho advertised and sold accord?
ing to law. Payment of Tases on Personal Property
wUl bc pressed at same lime.
WILLIAM S. HASTIE,
June 30_Sheriff Charleston District.
9ST NOTICE. -OFFICE OF OITY KEGI8
TRAR, CHARLESTON, S. C., Jnue 22,1868.-Lu con?
sequence of the r?signation ot Dr. Jos. Tates, the
Office and Dispensary of the First Health District
have been removed from No. 10 Market-street to the
NORTH WEST CORNER OF GEORGE AND ANSON
STREETS-physician in charge. Dr. T, GRANGE
SIMONS; residence,.WEST END OF MONTAUUE
nOUKDAHIF.3 OP- THE DISTRICT.
Bounded on tba north by south side of Calhoun
street, ou tba east by Cooper River, on the south by
Souih Battery, and on tba west by east side ot Meet?
ing-street. . ?
Office hours-Morning between 9 and 10 o'clock,
afternoon between S and 6 o'clock. >
(Sigurd) G KORO E S. PELZEH, M. D.,
_Juue22 10 _ City Registrar.
?3f PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERA?
TIVE ASSOCIATION, haviui for Ms object to lur
nianing its members and the public wMli the nat ca
i aries of Ufe, unadulterated and of good quality1, for
Immediate cash payment, and from the profits of
such business lo accumulate capital for its mem?
bers, ' are now thoroughly organized and doing a
thriving business. The Capital Stock of this Atixi
ai iou is limited by charier to (GOO) Five Hundred
Shares of (?20000) Two Hundred and Sixty Dollars
each', piyoble iii par funds of One Dollar per week.
Auy while person, a resident of South Carolina,
shall be eligible for' membership alter complying
willi the requirements of the constitution.
No member shsll be allowed to subscribe for more
than one share in his or bor individual name.
The Board ol Management in their quarterly state?
ment lo the Association shall cs h ma te the profits of
the business for the qutrter then cloping, and shall
distribute the name in the following proportion, viz:
Thirty-three sud one-third per neut. (,33.-$) of said
profit to the shareholders in rates to tho amount at
the credit at their respective shares. ! "
Sixty-six and two-thirds per cent. (CC?,) of said
profit io thc credit of the shareholders in rates to
the amount of their purchases at the store of the AH
aoclalion for the quarter then ending.
lt is prov,iicd, however, that all such dividends
shall be passed lo thu credit ol their respective
?hares ?util Hie rnll amount of two Uundred and
sixty dollars be paid rn, and then auch shares shall
be cancelled, tin: dividends tobe paid by tho Board
by dralln upon the Treasurer.
'1 he advantage ol bctug a shareholder lu this Aeno
..iallon ls evident, and can only -rn passed by tim
int iel] mt (I auereffl of the tature."
Certificate? of stock may bo had and Instalments
paid at lin; Co operativo Grocery Store, Market
street. No. 107, to W. H. WELCH. Storekeeper; S.
THOMAS, President; JAS. J. QRAOP, Secretary
ALBERT <>. STONE,
JOHN P. MAHER,
June 2C Committee Board ni' Management.
US-SARSAPAlilLLlAN RESOLVENT ISA
better remedy and a safer curative Cor Kidney, Blad?
der aud Uterine di file ul lies than Buchu, Turpentine,
Ctibebs, -lumper. Gin, or any oilier dtrmi diuretic
SARSAPABILL1AN RESOLVENT is aquicker cure
for the removal ol'spots, blemishes, sores, eruptions
Dft'.ic ukin, black HpolH or worms in the ?lesli, than
my ol the ordinary soisapanlluR lu usc. 'I beso ile
?o.-liouH are mme washes lo thc powerful, sliiuulut
inL' auJ purifying efficacy ot Dr. RADWAY'S KARKA
PARlLLlAN RESOLVEN P. A lew dose? will restore
Ibc vigor ol hie to thi weak, debilitated and infirm.
RADWAY'S SARSA PAUILL1AN RESOLVENT is tho
;onsnmpl ive's hope, lt loosens the phlegm, repairs
thu wssie ol the body wilh new and healthy matc
iia', made hom pure, rich b lood, and stops decay.
Let it be I ried.
Hu -hu is not a lit or safe remedy lo take as a ?cu
irai medicine; it is subject to thc samo objections as
Blue Pills, Quinine, Corrosive Sublimate, Mercury
Sic. ami other director exclusive properties. Per?
sons that have taken either ol'these romc'liil agen?
cies for a length of time, are aware of thu serious
trouble Involved-the liver, spleon and other gland*
suffer. So with Buchu-its exclusive diuretic action
au thc kidneys, will, il use J continuously, suspend
the secreting functions ol'other organs. Buchu, as '
s well known, is a direct diuretic, and ls chiefly em?
ployed by medical mou lo secure au Increased action
ul tho kidneys.
But lu most cases when thus employed, its usc,
?Hera few doses, is suspended, aud opiates adminis?
tered, lo modify its action, or to compensate I he
kidneys tor ibo creal Strain Ihev sillier loni Ibu di?
rect biuiieiieo of liueliu. Now, Buchu iudisrriiui
nately used in cases ol diabetes, ?ravel, brick dual
deposits, urea, uric, or Uthic acid, and iu granular
degehoratiou ol'(hu kidneys, catarrh, of thc bladder,
dropsy, iv:.-., is Uko taking salts to check diarrhoea.
PARF.IRA BRAVA, associated with Sarsaparillian
and other remedial aguuls, in Rad way's Renovating
Resolvent, is a compensating remedy. It cures every
kind ol disease ol thc kidneys, bladder, Skin and
Dtartae Organs. A few doses will make thc moat
extraordinary chinga-lor the belier.
Oue Ounce ol Dr. Rad way's Extract of the Pare ira
Urava Koot is worth more than all the Buchu Leaves
than len g?n?rations of Hottentots or other savages
can galber, 'i i y lt and be cured.
A-k for Dr. Railway'! Sarsipanlliau Re-u'.vcul, or
Renovating Resolvent. Price $1 per hollie, or -iv
Pottle-l .r ?fi. Address Dr. RADWAY A CO.,
No. H7 Maiden Laue New Vork.
SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT slops all weak?
ening discharges Ilia! Iltreateu to destroy die. 'lin
Resolvent, when prepared nuder ll.ld process,
curt il many persons ol diseases brought on Ly self?
abuse, Uh? have since married aud have children.
TUl> nil?l : I? be good evidence of ils powerful pllri
lyiug and fruitful efficacy. As prepared now, under
Dr. Railway's new process, lhere is HO disease that
eau be nached through the blood, urine, aud H neal,
hut that it will cure. Many diseases, not propel lu
iiioutiou in au advertist-ni. ul, is explained, and
means ot cure pointed oui, in Dr. Rad way's new
Medical Publication. FALSE ANO TRUE, now ready
Address RAD WAV .lt CO., No S7 Maiden Loue.N. Y.
Price of RESOLVENT SARSAPARILLIAN. $1 per
bottle, or tl hollies lor $"?.
.lune 2'.) nao C
VZ' P. ll. H.- ARE SYNONYMOUS WITH
Health, Strength and Vigor. The secret will be re?
vealed by investit!;; ina bottle ol PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS. For sale by all Druggists. m
?arCONJUOAL LOVE, AND THE HAPPI?
NESS UP TItliR Ai A UR t AGE.-Esaaya for Young
Meu nn Ibc Errors, Abuse* aud Diseases which de?
stroy tho Manly Powers and create impediment* lo
Mai rmge, witb sure ioe.an? ol relie! Seul lu sealed
letter envelopes free of charge. Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia, Fa
May Jmo I
?S-NEW MARRIAGE GULTIR. -AN ESSAY
for Yonug Men, on Physiological Errors, AbWs an.
Diseases. ineiUeut to YoulU and Karly Mauling
which create impediment* to MAURI AOS, with surf
means of relief, ?ont ?? sealed letter envelopes ir
of charge. Addlrea Dr. J. SKfLLIN HOUGHTON
Howarii Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
CW A YOUNG Li AD Y RETURNING JO
her country home, after a sojourn of a lew months
in tl e city, wes hardly rocogubod hy her friends,
In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed bee, she hod o
soft ruby con plexJou o( almost marbi.: tunnoih
ness, and Instead tw?uty-tiiree elie really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause ol so
great a cbango, she plainly told them that she used
tho CIRCADIAN BALM, and considered lt an tm
valuable acquisition toany lady'atoilct. By its use
any Lady or Gentlemen eau improve tboir Pj^soua) I
appearance an hundredfold, it is sinujitTiu^iiJ
couitiiuation, as Nal rrtr tait?n ?cKsS?Styt?, yet uusur
pasn d in itu ? flica.y in drawing linporillea iron,
also bealing, cleau*iug aud beautifying thc skin ouu
complexion. By iU direct action eu the cuticle it
draws from itali J;s impurities, kiuilly heahug th*
same, and leaving fho surface as Nature intended i
should be-clear, ?oft, smooth and beautiful. Pricf
$1, sent by Mah nr Express, on receipt of au order,
W. L. CLARK A CU., Chemist*,
No. 3 West Fayette-strcet Syrocnao, N. Y.
The ?inly American Agents tor the sale of the wine.
March SO I Tr
DST 1'HE GREAT PRESERVER' OF
HEALTH.-TARRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELT?
ZER APERIENT eau alwayB be relied upon as a
ptcvMint, mild, speedy and positive cure in all ca*e
of Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head
sehe, Indigestion, Sour stomach, Liver Complaint.
Bill.iusuess, kutuleucy. Fullness ol blood, aud all
Inflaiiiatory UomvUiiuts where a gentle cooling ca?
thartic is required; MI fays the Chemist, so says the
Physician, so says the jrreat American PubUc of Ihe
Nineteenth Century. . ? *. ? '
Hoed ye them, .aud he not without a bottle in tbe
house. Before life is Imperilled,' deal judiciously
with the symptoms; lvinem ber that the slight internal
disorders of. to-day may become sn u bat ma tc incura?
ble disease lo-merrow.
Manufactureil only by the sole proprietors, TAR?
RANT li CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green
Wich aud No. 100 Warren streets New York.
.Sold by all Druggists.
February 1 [OCtSIl ' arno
J^USSKLL S BOOK S TO lt IC.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS. Ac
MORTE D'ARTHUR. Sir 1 homos Malory'* Book
of King Arthur, and of Ua Noble Knight? of thc
Bound Table. W?th an mtrxlucUuu by ?Sir til.
Strachey, H-irL 32 mo. Cloth.'>1 75.
PAGE. Mau; Wiiero, Whence, aud Whither, being
a Glance at Man in his Natural Histurv K.-latlons.
By David Page. VI* D., F. H. ?.-B-. *? <*. s-. author
nf Past mid Present. Lift* orme Otube, Philosophy of
Geology, Geology for General Headers, Ac, .tc
12 mo. SI Cu.
SEWALL. Eveninrs with Hie Bible and Science
1 vol. l>-um. $1 25. ..
RLKDSOK. The Philosophy Of Mathematics With
reference to Geometry and thc Infinitesimal Method.
Bv Albert Taylor Bledaoe, A. M. LL. D. 12mo.,
LOOMIS. A Treatise on Meteorology, with a Col
lection ol' Mcteurulotfieul Tables. By lilias toonil.-*.
Lb. D., Professor ol N:ilnral I hilosphy and Aslrono
my in-Ajle Col lege, amt authur ufa Course otMathe?
matics, t?vo. J2.
O/.ANAM. Hislory of Civilization in the Filth
Century, translated, by pennis:-?eu, fruin the Freuch
ol A. Fred. Ozauam, late Professer of French Litera?
ture iu Hie Faculty ot Lettern ut Paris. By A. C.
Qlyn, B. A. 2 vols., 12mo. $'i SO.
FRIvRE. Old Deccan Dav s, or Hindoo Fsiry'Le
gcuds Current in Southern ludia, collected from
oral tradition. By M. Frere, with PU introduction
and noles by hy t-u' Bartle Brere. Illustrated, ltimo.,
VAN BOhCKE. Memoir* ot tho Coulpdorato War
for lndepcndei.-e. By Heros Vou Borcke, lately
Chief of Staff to Gen. J. E. li. Stuart. 1 vol., willi
ma}). $2 75.
YONGE. Til'?'PopiM or St Jubu Ute Divine. Dy
the author ol Hie Heir n Kedelyfle, with tour illus?
trations by K. Armitage, A. H. A.. Loudon. $2.
ROG ERV. Essays from ( lood Wordf : Ton Essays,
originally published in "Good Words." By Heury
Kogers, authur ul "The Eclipse of Faith," 1 vol.,
12 mu. $17fl.
M'MF. KECAMTERS. Memoir? and Correspon?
dence ol' Mada" c ttecamier. I ?ol., 12mo. $'i.
M'me Kwctchiuo's Lim aud Letters. I vol., l'.'ni"
"sT. BEUVF. Portraits of Celebrated Women. 1
vol., 12 mo. $2.
BECKFORD. Yalhek. an Arabian Tale, by Wm.
Beckford, with Utitea critical and explanatory 1 vol.
ST. CLAIR. Dainty Dishes : Receipts coUecled
liv l ady Harriet >t. Clair, l vol. Hvo. $2.25.
NEW NOYl-I.s. He.nlin irehais, $1 BO. Fairfax,
by Esten Cooke, $1 75. Malbrouk, il 'G. Ariel's
Dream, $1 73. Lust Name, Sd cents, ' rakespeare,
by author Guy Livingstone. RO criils. Pour Human
itv, 50 cents. Humor. 7?cento. Geraki Estcourt, 78
rento. Lonts and Ladle , 7."i cents. _June 13
J^ELIVBLK TEA!' HOOKS.
'"rm: BEST or 'rnF.in CUASS."
Practical, SI: Fleincntary, RH cent-: Primary 10
cents; Mental (nearly ready), 50 cento.
This Feries ie meeting with a must gratifying re?
ception from teachers every when:, and is exactly
what is lu eddi tor mental di-elphin. as well as lor :t
I traerles] preparation tor the business ol' hie. It is
clear, thorough, comprehensive, lot'.ically ai-raii?,'cd,
well "laded, ls supplied willi a great variety ul' ex?
amples, ami teaches the methods acluaUy us. d by
business inc i.
Special ul tent mu i* asked io Hie PIIACTICAI. Its
rul.-s uiul analyse:, ai.- in c I.oin unnecessary words:
il-methods ?uv thc uliorlrnt possible A Uwe ill. n
is adapted lu the present Mate nf thini'M. Minny
tue last Uve years, specie payments kaw been HUH
pended, prices have doubled, the tariff bxs beeu al?
tered, a national ta\ levied, .vc. Om book recog?
nizes all these chances, AND IT IS THE OVVi UNI:
THAT DuKs-lhe OUlj Arithmetic Ibat describes tho
different . lasses ..J United States Securities, and
shows how lo find Hie comparative results ot invest?
ments lu then.. Used in tim Public .Schools of New
York. Brooklyn. Albany, Jersey City, Ac. and giv?
ing thc highestsalisfactiou. No progressive teacher
eau alford tu usc any other.
QUACRENB?S' G It AM MA RS :
An Eui'.liab Grammar, $1 ; Fir-t Dook in Grammar,
Clear, well cou.li-used, and consistent throughout;
linet in it - rules ar.d definitions: h ippy m ils illus,
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dueliveaiid (.liilouipbical iu its arrangement; Origi?
nal III Ils Viens; |,.:|,| ?U Hs lefolllls; t Very Way
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Quaeki-nbOii' First Lessons in English Coiupositi-m.
MO ccu ld.
Quackcnboh' Advanced Course ol L'omimsillou and
litietonc. SI 75.
Qnackenbos' Natnnd Pliiloaopliy. 333 Illusira
CorUell'a Geo;;raplue?. Primary. K.V.sed ami
brought duwil I" l.til". ?HI. cul.". Il.teriuediale,
with a carulully Ri-vifetl Text and New Maps,
(the most magnilUvnt iver prese ii led m an
Americau Fcbool-hixiki. >1 50. Graumar Schoot
$151). High School Geogiaphy und Alias. s:t r.e.
Harkuess' Latin Text-Books. Latin i i ram ular, ii T...
Latin Reader, fl CO. Intro. I ucl..ry Labu Ibvilr,
Youmans'New Cbemlslry ill! Enitravin,"?. S'A
Huxley aud Youmans' Physiology-THK WOBK on
this imporhint subjeci. I'Jli Eiigravings.
Specimen copies ot any ol the abore works ?iailo.1,
postpaid, to Teachers and M-hu..l Dflicers on rw cpl
of oue-half the retail price. Favorable I. nw mad.
for iutrodn. Itou. Why inc interior bouts when
THE utsr arc Within reach ? AddrejN
ll. AIM'Ll'Vl'O.V .1. C O.,
Nos, '.Mi, 'i.' aud M Graud-.ticel, New York
tlay 2 i>*- "4"s
THE GRKAT BASK BALL MATCH AT
FO URTU OF JUL Y EXCURSION.
rm^EZZS THK F,NB STEAMER- FANNIE,
jggg ggggj ,Captatn PENN PECK, wilt make aa Ei
eiuvmu to savanuah (carrying Hie Alert Bisa Ball
Club), leaviu-; Cuarlestou Friday Beening, toe 3d, at
7 o'clock : ivturuing, leave Savannah Sunday Starr?
ing, at 7 o'clock.
Tickets I r ihn round trip Six Dollars, to be had on
application lo JOHN FERGUSON,
Jnne.'lu Aecommodation Wbarf.
THIHTV-FIVK VKSSKLS lV'AVTfcD
FOB COASTWISE AND WEST INDIA PORTS.
WE OFFER $12 ? M ON BOARDS AND
* PC ANTI JVC, to Philadelphia and New
>York; $13 5 a/a lc OB Reaswed to Boston,
.and *ll@12(gold on. Lumber, an i S3?
S3 no on Shingles to Wost Indien.
Oin*r Err-i.;ht? in proportion. -
\ RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Shlppinr; and Commission Merchants,
_Jur.?jtO :_ Nos. 143 and 145 East gay;
VACIIT MAGGIK MlTCT??t*.
THIS FAVORITE y ACHI. HAVING
*been thoroughly refitted for pleasure par
jti.-s. i'ii nw ready-for engagements by ap?
? plication to tho captain on board, orto
ilLACK A; JOHNSTON,
April 7 tuths6moS Agents.
FOR NEW VOIIK.
THE SPLENDID SIDE WHEEL
'STEA alSItfP CHARLESTON,
4 BK RUT Commander, will sail onSaf
?urday, July-?..ot 6 o'clo:* P. M.,
from Adger's iouth Wharf.
Mr No Freight received after 3o'clock on day of
soiling, and BUIB of Lodi ag must ba handed in by
For fWight or Passage, apply to
3 . -JAMES ADG-ER fr CC..
Comer Adaer'* Wharf and East Bay (Up Stairs).
OS-1b<- Steamship MANHATTAN will follow on
Saturday, July ll.
POR nuw K4MUC. '
PEOPLE'S 8TEAM8HLP COMPANY 8 LINE.
-STEAMSHIP MONERA, CAPT
! M? usu MAN, will leave North Atlan?
te Wharf Friday, July 3, at Six
.o'clock P. M.
N.i treigu 1 received alter fi o'clock, day. ol sailing.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
Juue 27_. JOHN fi THEO. GETTY.
ST Ii A M TO LIVERPOOL. ,
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. .
... TBE INMAN LINE. SAILING
REMI-WEEKLY, carrying tba ?.
S. Mails, consisting or the following
;rrY OF PARIS. ., . ,i;
CITY OP BALTIMORE,
CITY OF WASHINGTON, " '
' "'. CITY OF BOSTON,
?a?ing every Saturday and ovcry alternate Monday,
it 1 P.M., ?rom Pier Na 10 North River, New York.
RATES UF PASSAGE.
BT TTTT sr?TT, KTK4ME08 SAI Ll NO EVEBT BAIURXUX.
. Payable lu Gold. ' | Payable ic Currency.
1st cabin.$100 i Steerage.: .......$30
1st Cabin lo London.. 105 I steel ace tu London... iJ5
ist cabin to Paris_1101 steerage to Paris.46
Passage by tb? Monday stn un era-First Cabin $90
jota ; Steerage $30; payable in XS. S. currency.
Rates or passage from New York to Halifax ; Cabin.
VIA, steerage, $10;payable ingold.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,
Bremen, ire., nt moderate rate?.
Steerage passage from Liverpool and Queenstown,
"40 currency. Tickets can bu bought here by par?
tons sending for their friends.
Fur further iurormatiou apply at the Company's
titees. .1OHN G. DALE, Agent,
No. IC Broadway, New York.
Juue 4 ema
NORTH (iKKMAJV LLOYD.
.STEAM ll Er WEEN
IS A LT! MORE AND BREMEN,
r IT. SCREW STEAMERS OF TUE NORTH GERMAN LXOTP,
OP 2500 'IONS AND 700 HORSE-POWER.
?tr*-.* ^'LL RUN UEGULABLY BE
nWjjTWiTO BALTIMORE AND BRE
'47^ MEN, VIA SOUTHAMPTON. From
Bremen un the 1st of each mouth.
Emm Soul hamp ton on the 4th or each month. From
?-iliimoro on the 1st of each month.
Pitier, ot' PA.SSAIIK-Prom BalUmoro ta Bremen
Loudon. Havre and Southampton -Cabin$90; Steer
Igt! i:.r.. From Bremen to Ballimore-Cabin $90,
Prices of passage payable iu gold, or its equiva?
They touch at Southampton both gotn; and re?
luming. These vessels tako Freight to London ana
Hull, L r which through bills of lading are signed,
au experienced Surgeon is attached to each vessel.
Ml letters must poss tlirough the Post?nico. No
bills nf lading but those of the Company will bo
signed. Billi of lading will rositivel? uot bs de?
lis et eil before goods ?ire cleared at the Customhousa
For Frii.'ht or Passage, opply to
A. SCHUMACHER k CO.,
No. <i fou th Charles-street, Baltimore.
Orin MORDtCAl k CO.. Agents,
East Bay, Cbarle-iton, 9. 0.
'April 20 6mos
PACIFIC. MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
TURO0OH Ll Ne: TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREW Ut AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RE.
UV CED RATES I
STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
liue leave Bier No. 42, North River,
foot of Canal-street, New York, st
12 o'clock noon, or the 1st 9th, 16th
?v.l.I Mill ol' every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday. Hu n thc hjturdoy preceding).
Departure of 1st and 24th connect at Panama with
stcanuis for Routh Cacilie aud Central American
purls. Those ol 1st touch al Manzanillo.
Departure ol' '.Ith ot ejeb mouth connects with
the new .-leam line Hom Panama to Australis and
steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco, for China
and Japan, August :i.
Nu i iiliioriuu sicamcrs touch at Havana, but go
di rev! from Nev York :o AspinwsU.
Uni" hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
?Me.iii.-in.- aud aili-ndance live.
For Par-.-a;;.-Ticket? or lurlher information apply
at thc COMPANY'S TICKE T OFFICE, on the wharf,
font ui Canal-street, North Uiver, New York.
March 14 lyr F. R. BABY, Agent.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S
I>LAND F ER RV.
FODRTn OF JULY SCHEDULE.
" ^ip?k, ON SATURDAY. 4TII JD LY INST.,
B?SSSX? tho Steamer ROCKLAND will leave
Minivan's Island -fi, 7';,. ll?; A. M.. and Gi, P. M
.Mount Pleasaut-?',, ', ? A. M., and 12 M., 2 and 6
City-6. in A. M.. 1, :t and fi'., P. M.
J nly 2 _3?
CHAULF.STON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
PA OK ET LINK,
VIA BEA I IFOR T. HILTON HEAD ANDBLUFFTOV
STEAMER PILOT HOY.Capt. W. T. MCNELTY.
s'l E-I Ale K FANNIE.Capt. FENN l'KCS
n^-'b. ON EOF TUE ABOVE STEAMED
J^-jSgSC Will leave Charleston CV.. . <. ?4
MuruiHff, at " ?.'clonk, aud Savauuah .-wry *?fl
Murnini/, at ii o'clock.
For Five lii or passage, apply to
J. UN FERGUSON.
June29 Accomiiiodallou Wharf.
FOU I'ALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, ST. MARY'S FERNANDINA
JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL LANDINGS ON
TH E ST. JOHN'S lil VER.
rw. ? a E S f FAME P. DICTATOR,
k^Hr^^j? Captain CHAULES WILLEY, will
?cave Ch n-ie.-ton ever/ 7??'?*u? Night at 9 o'clock.
ami Savannah every Wrdnadai? Afternoon, at ;i
o'clock, lor lin- ab.ive places. Returning will leave
Savannah M* charleston every Saturday Morning,
.it S o'clock.
All good* ""I removed hy sunsetwiH be stored at
Un'expense ami i'ixk ol' owners.
All freight must be propiM.
J. D. AIKEN ft CO., Agents,
june j7 south Atlantic Wharf.
FOR ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
f -fTT^K, Tn K S PEA M ER DICTATOR .WILL
JS23S3L buieli at si Augustine on her next
1 ( gular trip. Jeal inn ? 'L arleston Tuesday, 30th June
at u o'clock iv M. lietiirunig will arrive hereon'
SHHdny, .'Hi hill. al T.P. If.
?xc?mi?ii tickets i>sued.
J D. ALEEN K CO., Agenlg