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Colton closed in Now York ni 27o27Jc. for Mid?
dling Upland, yiostly for (lio foruicr figure
Gold closed cl 30J.
Cotton quotations from Liverpool al noon ?how
Uplands IO jd.
Tho lottor Iront MAXIMILIAN to CAULOTTA is spu?
rious- flrst published in Franco.
Many a won has paraphrased Iho declaration of
tho poot. ond creeled for himself uo luonuniout
moro cndur.ng (lian his bra-?.
At Cambridge, Ma?)., tho oilier flay, a wldowor
of sixty, wlio had loot tinco wi von by death, wau
married lo n twlco widowed Indy of flrty-lhrcc.
Accoidirg lo DriAMcn, naluro not only iottuone
CB tho condition of man, but governs hta crocd.
Below Ibo p.rallcl of il depreca (January iaothor
uial) tho ch?nalo ia Catliolio in ?ti tondoucics.
North of that Uno it is Protestant.
Ono of tho Andover theological profonsoro re?
commended a ccitain work to tho favor of bisstu
dcnls by saying it is dislinguiuhcd for tho " beau?
tiful con5ccutivcnni!8 of ita logical aoquacious
uens." That is mero than can bo said of tho
Tho crop of huclUobcrrios in New Jcrsoy, it ia
estimated, will amount, in dollaru aud couts, lo
moro lhau tho combined cropa of atrawberriua,
raspberrioa aud blackborrios. Daily huckleberry
trainu uro run ovor tho railroad:) leading to Now
York and Philadolpliia. .
Mr. UnisKLE? llouN'suY, of Johnson rounly, Mo.,
has brought suit signinst Gon. Sim:LIM i Pmce for
damages sustained by him in tho summier of 18C1 in
being iuipriuoucd by tho rebel sohliora undur PMCE.
An order of altachmcut hnB boon Bucd out author?
izing Ibo Boizuro of properly belonging lo TUICE to
tin. value of foo.ooo.
A Buei.oa Ayres letter to tho New York JVorid
Hoya that during Iho provalonco of cholora in that
provinco, thirty-ilvo or forty days, 10,950 pomona
of tho rivers, and all tiio dcalhs in tho allied army
for tho limo of cholora. In tho city of Buenos
Ayres tho mortality WOB 18 por 1003.
A pct for, which had escaped from lila keepera,
relapsed tu bia ronner babita, waa recently killed
in tho neighborhood of rino Hill, Waterbury, Cl.
Ho had kil cd thirty chickens belonging to Mr.
AAUON BENEDICT in ono night, and twenty-fivo be?
longing lo Hr.suv PnEAT, another. Ilia owuor can
havo tho ukin ol tho docoasoJ roynard by paying
for what poultry ho destroyed.
A cu rn um trial of strength occurred iu Buffalo
on Thursday last, 'l here was a disputo as to tho
rotativo strength of two tug?, and it waa decided
by attaching a strong hawser from tho stern of
ono to tho other, and thou at a given signal each
oudcavorcd to pull tho other backwards. Tho
winning and of course tho strongest tug dragged
tho oilier off captive.
Thcro is a question of still further embellishing
Paris by making a "jardin de ainlurc," or a gor?
don aU around tho city. To accomplish thia tho
fortifications would bo levelled, tho ditch Siled
up, and tho ground turned inlo flower beds, for
tho rearing of exotic plaulu and tho recreation of
tho people lilis garden, if made, will bo Bomo
thirty miles in circumference
At ono of the fashionable Churches in Pittsfield,
Mass., strangers arc Heated according to dies?. If
elegantly dressed they aro shown up tho broad
nis'.c nenr tho pidpit; if woll dressed thoy wiU so
ruro n silting about half way up tho broad aisle; if
ordinarily dressed thoy aro disponed of in Bomo
ono of Um nido pews under tho g .llery, mid aa near
?ho doora as possible Verily "to tho poor tho
Gospol in preached," but at a distance.
Tho 7totind Tab'.c, in alluding to tho threatened
invasion of Mexico, by ilUibnatora, Bays "tho pie?
bald rarramufllna who, for nearly half a century,
havo dronchod that beautiful land with blood mid
hado (le?an ." to tho progress of tho civilized
world, moy noll give place ot last to tho aspiring
warriors, thinkers, and workers of our own raco
who havo long boen watching for tho time whon
auch a creal movomcnt could bo effected with the
host chances for direct success and tho loast prob?
ability of intorforenco from without to effect itu
Tho Jamal:a Oleancr, of tho 21th ult., publishes
news from 1 lay ti of tho election of a President of
tho Ilopublic. Tho election took placo at Port ou
Prince, on tho 11th of Juno, nnd, aa had boon ex?
pected, Genend BALNAVE, who wau occupying tho
Presidential chair proviaionally, was chosen. Ho
waa tho only candidato, and waa unanimously olcct
tion would havo boon hopolcsa. Tho now consti
- tntion recently adopted in Hay ti providca that tho
term of ofllco in tho Presidency shall bo four years
instead of for lifo, os undor tho old constitution.
According to this, Gon. SALNAYS hos boon oloctcd
to sorvo till May, 1871. Tho country waa tranquil.
Bomo idea of tho terrihlo havoc of war may bo
gained from tho following figures : "In tho des
pe rate encounter at Chi chain agna, ROSENCHAKZ
lost 10,851 mon, nnd at Murfrcoaboro' 12,085; at
Pittsburgh Lauding GRANT loat 13,573; at Vicks?
burg, 0875, and at Misaion BJdgo 7000; at Games'
Mills, Peach Orchard, Savago Station, Glondalo,
White Oak Swamp and Malvern Hill, MCCLELLAN
lost 70,000, and at Ant int am, 11,-120; Booran loat
in his campaign in tho Wilderness, 20,000; BunN
SLDE at Frcdcricksburg, 12,000; and 0KANT'S united
losses, from tho timo of crossing tho llapidan, in
bia Anal campaign, to tho surrender of LEE, aro
computed at 00,000." '
Iho New York 71 ibttnc has tho following funny
paragraph relativo to ono of tho "doad-locka". be?
tween tho President and Congross: Tho Tcnnro
of Offlco lan' hod an unexpected result, which wo
hardly know whothor to coll doplorablo or comical.
A postmaster waa suspended for drfaloaliou; tho
Sonate rejected i he person nominated aa bia nue?
ces-.or; and under tho law the delinquent had to
ho re inn ta te d. In .communicating to him thia
amazing result, tho Poatmastcr-Gonoral politely
requested him, "aa a, favor to tho Department, t.>
uso as litUo'of tho monpy of.tbo Govern mun I and
moko aa fow falso entries as possible." It is not
said whothcr thcro la any legal punishment'for
stealing in tho State wherein thia gentleman lives.
Jiu.Ul FAVTLE, ever ready to moko a slab at tho
Second Empire, boa attacked tho Emperor for tho
aharo ho had in MAXIMILIAN'S misfortunes. A
atoin of blood; ho said, will roat upon Franco.
Thcro woro murmurs iu tho Assembly, aud a
strong protest from the foreign Minister. Novor
tholoss, NAPOLEON ia evidently conscionco-strickon
concerning tho fate of bia tool, and Franco shares
tho humiliation. Wo may bo auro that Ibero ls an
cod forever to foroign intervention in Mexico, and,
for aught wc cnn toll, the disaster to tho Emperor's
prosligo moy. havo a powerful effoct upon his for?
tunes. Tho Exhibition nerves to divert tho minds
of tho pooplo at prosont,-bnt Pronch honor la son
aitivo, aud tho Emperor will not bo deemed to have
studied and protected il with ilia usual skill and
tact in thia miflcrablo Mexican buainosB.
The Now York Tribune soya: "Tho address which
tho Popo doUvCrcd to tho deputies from Italian
cities, Hie ol her day, was rather kinder in tono
than many of his former speeches, but it ind?cales
no chango in U)B policy, and no. relaxation of his
opposition to tho union of Homo with tho King?
dom of Italy. Ho ia still un air a to porcoivo tho
advantages of national unity, still unwilling to ac?
knowledge that tho movomcnt for a consolidation
of tho Italian States springs from-any othor inspi?
ration than hostility to tho Roman Church. And
hi tho unwonted boldness and resolution of bia
speech it is not didi nutt ? to detect a cou fi de nco,
probably woll founded, that tho intervention which
ho baa besought from Franco will eoou como lo his
Chief Justice MAITSIIALL, loturning from North
Carolina, wrapped in profound thought on aoino
knotty point, found himself suddenly brought to a
halt by a email troo whioh intervened between tho
front whool and body of his buggy. Booing a sor
vant at a short dietanco, ho aakod him to bring an
axe and cul down tho (roo. Tho aorvant told tho
Judgo that ibero wa* no ooaaaloo for cutting down
tho troo, but jiiat to back tho buggy. Ploaaod at
tba good oonao of tho foUow, ho told him that ho
would lcavo him Bomothing nt tbo inn hard by,
whero ho intondod to atop, having then no amah
change In duo timo tho nogro applied, and a
. dollar was liandod him. Boing askod if ho know
who it was that gavo him tho dollar, ho' ropliod :
"No, air ; I conolodod ho was a gentleman by loav
lng his monoy, but I think bo is tho biggest fool I
Tho tenn "bottlod np," whioh Gon. CHANT ap?
plied to Gon. BOTLXB, and whiob tho latter claims
to havo boon iisod by him first, appoara to havo
boon used by noltbor originally, though Gon.
BtrrLEB makes the claim. A correspondent of tho
Now Orl?ans Picayune, howovor, assorts that Gen,
GBAMT derived it from CAULYLE. Alluding, In
volume 5, pago 33, of bio history of "EnED union
tho Groat," to Prinoo MODITZ'S faUnro to bring up
his flrtotm thousand mon at tho battlo of Prag,
OABLTLB romarka: "Aa it is, tho Austrian army ls*
not annihilated, only 'bottlod' into Prag, and will
nood elogio*." On page 220 of Ibo name volnmo
thoro Ukowlao occurs thia sonlonco: "LEU,WALO
waa jest finishing with tho Swedes, and got 'bot?
tled up* In Stralsund." Truly, thoro ls nothing
pew undor tho ann,
CTJRRISNT TOPICAS. j
Cornu: Was nnst brought to Marnollloo in Hill
from tiffi*. AS Marccitlca alto, i??, vmt opon,
od iiioiirbt ?toro Tor Hu enlo of coffee. Loiiuo.i
batt bcvn ming tuo ringmnt berty f.-r ton yearn
Vioro it reached P.uie, but in 1673an Armenian
1 opened n rafe in Paris, Trillen, Iro'wover, obtained
no SIICCC3H, and tho ownor waa obliged to clono it,
mid emirato to London. Hin atlCCOaaor was ii
little, humpbackod man, who sold cofi'uo in Ibo
BlrcolH, and who for nearly twenty yearn postio 8
cd on undisturbed Monopoly or tho bunnies*. Fi?
nally in 108a, ono Pnocoi'E from Sicily opened a
oaft) opi>osito tho proaont B?O of tho Thcatro Fran?
?ais, which io still in oxlstonco. Then niiolhor on
Ici pi ising Atmcuinii o|icucd a cajo in fio Uno do
Hussy, whero ho dovolopcd tho original idea ol
furnishing tobacco, pipes, und nowopapor? lo his
custouiorB with thoir coflbo. Tho proas lhat tim?
wal icprcacnled by tho Aleiem-;/ anti tho Fronoli
G azt?te. But IhiB literary convenience did not bc
tonio general in Puris till tho time o? ibo Ilovolu
Hon. Finsl.y, a third arfe, tho Cafo o:
Parnassus, was opnuod noar tho Poul Xcuf
I Tbl i caji Un? enjoyed an artbrUo ropu
I lation, g.oalor nlinosl than ouy otlior
I from tho f imo of tho T?f?U who woro cc
I cusloniod t i assctnblo around ila labios-VOL
I T.MiiD, BOISSY, YtuxBT, Uio Abbo AIISAUD, CnE
I DIM-ON fil?, ?Vc It ia aliU In exislouco. Vafi
rapidly booamo conlros or Ibo literature, nm
I moro especially tho wit or Ibo lime. In thoa J day
I a tuan niado his dc?iil In a cafe willi a now poem ti
I epigram, as lo-dny in ibo COIII.UDB of a nowupupci
I It waa at Uio Cnro Procopo thal UOUESKAU wont t
play chess; and at tho Cafo of tho liegt nco, nt lb
I corner of tho Placo du Palais B .yal, that Bon
I BEAU, VOI.TAUIB, tho Marshal UK HiausuEtT, ll
Emperor JOSEPH II., FHAKKUX, MAIIMOM-EI
DIDKBOT, Br. Foix, DESOHAVELLE, BnnsAniuN 6
I PnuirtE and BONAPAUTE woro among tho frcqifi
and diHtinguiahcd guests. In 17B0 Uioro wei
cloven huudrod cajes lu Paris, and ovcry ono kuov
I "tho prominent part thoy played in tho Rovolulioi
But . at tho tinin nf "lim lln??liiriil.ioii. tho nuinbi
had amounted to three thousand, and to-d-iy th?
I aro as tho alora or U .avon-innumerable. It
I said Hint now, whonovor a store is io bo let on tl
I boulovards, lt is imiucdinlcly engaged for a nc
I cafo, BO thirsty bavo grown tho pcoplu of Paris.
IT ia WAMUNOTON InviNO who diacouraoth tin
I hoautifully on woman and marriage alway* "Cn
I rout Topics." I havo speculated a great deal <
I matrimony. I havo seen young and beautiful w
I mon, Ibo pi oin of tho gay circle?, married, aa tl
I world aa.vB, well. Kuno havo moro) int) tho
I costly houaos, and their friends havo nil como ai
I looked at their furniture and their aploudid hoi
I for hnppinosa, und bavo gouo away and connu itt
I them to their sunny hopos cheerfully mid wit ho
I fear. It is natural to bo sanguine for thom, nu t
I young aro aoinotimoa carried away with aimil
I fooling. I Iovo to got, unobserved, into a corm
I mid watch tho brido in lior whito attire, and, wi
I her smiling faco and soft oyes meeting mo in I
I pride of lifo, wcavo a waking droam of fui m o lin
I pincas, and pon-uado inysolf that it will bo true
I think how thoy will sit upon '.ho luxurious sofa
I tho twilight Inila, and build gay hopes, and ult
I mur tn low tones tho not now forbiddon tend?
I noss; and how thrilling Ibo allowed kiss and bea
I tilu 1 ondcannonts nf wodded lifo will make ov
thoir parting joy.-?, and how gladly thoy vi
I como back from thc crowded nnd empty mil
I ol Ibo gay, to each ol iier'a quiet company. I p
turo to myaolf that young creature, who blusl
I oven now nt hia hesitating caress, batoning oago
I for his fooUtops ns tho night ?tculs on, witihiug
would come, and when hocntors at Inst, and wi
I nn affliction as undying as Iiis pulso, folds her
I hia Im.'uni. I can fuel tho tide that goes flowi
through tho heart, mid gaza with him upou I
I graceful form OH HIIO move? about in tho ki
I ofliccB of affection, soothing all his unquiet car
I aud making him forgot cvon himsolf iu her you
I and unshadowed beauty. I go forward for ye.
I una soo her luxuriant huir put aoborly away fri
I hor brow, mid her gir'ish gt aces resigned into d
I nity, and loveliness chaut cued with tho gen
I raookneaa of maternal affcotion. nor liuslin
I looks on with a proud oyo, and shows tho sa
fervent love and dolicato attentions which fl
I won hor, and hor fair children aro grown ab
I them, and they go on fu'J of honor and untroub
I years, and aro remembered whon they die.
AN ENQMBII tii.uiniu.iH named FUABEB has h
I ly unido a roport to tho Educational Commias
I on tho subject of tho common schools or tho Uni
I States and Canada. After diligontinquiry darin
j thing to condemn in tho Anim nein system of p
Ho instruction, and bia goncroi conclusions,
summed up mi follows: "I am afraid that wc
England, in our zeal for 'denominational cdt
I lion,' lay too much Btrcas upon tho Adjective,
I littlo upon tho substantivo; wo neem to care in
for tho connootion of nur schools with partim
I religious commun i ties than for tho fruit thoy
I ally produce; wo aro too often content to hear t
religious instruction ia given, ayd don't pur
tho inquiry far onough to ascertain whether i
I given intelligently, by competent tonohors. Ic
j fcea to tho conviction growing moro and more
my own mind, strongtlioncd, too, by what I h
I heard and noon in America, that what wo m
moro of in England ia intelligent education-a ]
quickonlng of tho minds of tho pcoplo! J
I say this quito aa much in tho interest of rel ig
aa at tho prospect of political changes." Tl
follows a damaging confession-ono of thoso a
I doutai mya of light whioh comet inion dari int
mafia of ignorance, and exhibit ita deformity I
I glanoo. Mr. FRASEU said: "Tho' difficulty I 1
as a country clergyman, in teaching and preach
to an adult mixed congrogatlou, lies in tho a
and heavy intellectual movomont of tho mas
my hearers; their scanty vocabulary; their i nal
I to appreciate an argument or follow a train
thought; thoir want of gonoral and broad mei
cultura." Nor ia. thia oil;for ho adda: "Ido
think it COU bo maintained tbjit tho religl
I tniching of our achoola hos prod?cod religiout
I tclligonco or religious stability In ' our people,
I any rate, not in that class of our po?plq wlii
I their school days had most of such teaching:
tho religious ins traction gi von in ono of our
montary schools is th roo times largor in quar
I and timo than ia rccolvcd by A hoy at. Eaton
Bugby." Th coo brief passages toll their
atory. . .
ONE OF pun exchanges, tho Rochester Uzi
baa tho f Hewing : A young Misa in Auburn i
ing heard that arsenic bod boon aucc?safully
ployed by fnahionablo bolles for beautify ing c
I plcxion and rendering tho ?uticlo of tho conn
anco sort and transparent, ono day last, wcoh
I cured n supply of tho deadly drug. As m
bavo been cxpcclod, tho foolish girl had 1
idea of what quantities ? of thu poiaon'^mighl
token without incurring tho danger of a fata
ault, oven thbAt^h a war n, cvon 1 f consum?
I vanity did not preclude an atom "of oem
I aouBO, that its introduction in tho system ir
moat minuto portion? must bo nt tond o J
ruinous resulte. Tho consoq?onco? woro thal
unusually quiet section or tho etty in wi. i uh
lives, waa appalled on Tuesday evening by th
poi t of an attempted enicido on tho part of Ol
tho fair daughters, and rumor vms very bm
I divining tho causo of tho painful affair, until
I victim, in an interval from violent retellings
I tho onorgotic operations of a stomach pump,
enabled to glvo nn explanation hort elf. A
roBiilt waa avortod by tho skillful attention ol
ph y si ci ans, and tho pat ion t is - in a fair tr
rocovory. Quito a number of Bimllar insta
in which tho same result was'obtained-alibi
in all esses tho doses bavo been coiitln?oi
a longer pr nod before tho' denouement. ,,
TUE DIVISION on ibo oumulativo voto ii
If ouse of Commons waa a vory, romarkablo
end worth rome inlier ing by ail who take an 1
oat in tho question. Tho proposition acct
priori, to bo reasonablo onough. Hay that a
elltuonoy is roprosontod by tbroo niembors,
every voter may oast throo votes, oithor fo
candidato in a lump, or distributed anion;
throo, and thus (ho minority oonld s oe uro a r
BODtattvo. Tho support given to tho resol
procoodod chiefly from tho Liberal party,
about a acoro of Conservativos voled for it.
DisnAuj end tho Ministry gonorolly oppos
and with thom woro Mr. OUDBTOKE, BIr. Ba:
and many oUior so-oatlod Badlcala. Tho men
who aro satirically caliod "literary and philo*
cal," wore pretty equally divided. It ia prol
that tho vote will bo mado on annual ono t
rogular reintroduction of tho p. -^position, ai
that caao wo moline to think that it will res
victory for Iho prosont minority. Wo aro
that a subjoct of n<? much importance lins
taken up in this country. > t:> n
.'THE SUIT AN," aoya a Paris Journal, "goo
incognito nearly every evening in the prir
Blreots of Uio capital. Tho Emperor of tho
mane observes with caro everything thai
especially concerns Parisian workmanship, ol
ia called in comm creo, 'leu arl ide? derari*,'
Sultan, io fact, Is a gr oat amateur of. moak
and IwrtrrlmonUior fabrication.' Yrnoa ho t
yoong man, under tho naroo of AZIZ-EITSXM, ho
look Bretti delight in sleeving wUh hin omi berni,
In Hie Posphoriie, tho ?Icnmcr, woll known tn tho
East, which iras Riven him by tho Emperor ilia
brother. Thia packet, With two white fiiunuK
uerved for many yoar3 na Ibo principal amusement
Ol tho heicdllary prince. Ho waa niuo accustom
! eil to nccupyhlinsoif in a npccial manner .rilli agri?
culture; anil tho form? ttchijllttks) or Trinco Aziz
were noted in tho XJulf of lamulb nml on tho coast
of Analolin for their exceptional management omi
cultivation on Ibo European BVBIQIII."_
NEWS publhhe* thc Official I/isl af Let?
ten rcnutining in thc Postn?ic al thc end
uf each week, agreeably to thc following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
newspajwr having thc largest circulation in
flu: City oj Charleston:
si iTH':; ft. And br? lt furlhorenacted. Hut IUI? or let?
ter* remaining uncoiled for In auy Postofllre tu any city,
town ur village, whait) o newspaper ?hall be printed,
Khali hereafter bo published oucu only In the newspaper
which, being Mblsshcd weekly or oRi-uer, shall havu llio
tireeJI clreiilatiou within range of delivery of the said
ny AJ comniumcatwns mlcndctt for publication In
Hits Journal must bc addressal to tlic Editor qf Hie
Vally AVIM, No. 13 Ifaync-slicd, Charleston, S. C.
Uttsiiiis.i Communications lo Publisher of Vaiiy
We cannot tinuVWriAC to ra', rn rejected communica?
Adceriiscmcnls outside 3f Ute city must bc accompa
?i ? ti with the cash.
~C BS~ RI. 33 S T ON .
FRIDAY MORN INO, JULY 20, 18C7.
Jon WORK.-V have now completed our
office so na lo extraie, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOH WORK, nnd wo
moat i e..pe et ful ly risk Hie palroungo or our
GEN. HINDA] iv s LETTER,
We Ittivc of bile poid considerable attention
' lo Mic utterances of Hie lenders of thc Sotilh
i ern people. We Lave quoted nnd ntiimndvcr
. ted upon their views, because wo deem it
i natural, that iii tltis lime of doubt mid per?
plexity, when thc fundamental principles of
1 society mid government nro brought inlo thc
' nrciin of discussion, thc people should look
' for counsel, guidanco nnd direction lo those
I Who in] dayl gone by have occupied positions
. of honor mid of trust among tboir follow-citi
zens. Many of our most prominent public
men hnvo .spoken ; bolh thoso who formerly
represented us in th c balls of legislation, and
thoso also thoso who wero wont lo lend our
enthusiastic citizen soldiery to hollie nnd to
victory. Willi scarcely n ningle cxceplim,
ibo cx-Confedernlo Qciicrnls, who hnve hoon
heard from ndviso n conciliatory policy. Tbey
accept the situation, nnd H. .iso ntl their
friends to do so. To thc long list of these wo
can now ndd Ocn. IflXfiMAX, ono of our most
distinguished Weslarn ehieflniiis, during the
four years' struggle. He wrote a loller on
tho Stillt of .lime Inst to thc Editors of tho
Arkansas Stute Gerrite. lu il he says: "I be?
lieve it lo h:- n most solemn duty of every
friend of I lie South, who is permitted lo do so,
to register and vote for a convention, nnd for
good and true men ns del?gales, who will ac?
quiesce in Hie Military bills of Congress, not
because those hills arc constitutional, just, or
wise, but because thc power Hutt forces them
on us is greater (linn wc can resist, nnd udor
and pei miment ruin may overwhelm us in n
further contest against it, such rensoning ns
this controlled I.v.r. and JOHNSTON, when they
surrendered to (?HAST and SHI-.HMAM, and, as
there was no disgrnco to them, so there can
lie nono to us, in succumbing lo nn invincible
< i euer, il Ii IN DM AK is anxious to correct tho
impression (bal lins been industriously cir?
culated lo his disadvantage, that be ia n radi?
cal, lie denies thc accusation, but considers
that in giving ewuuasi ?oe m.. -?....,
he is giving thc best possible proof of his love
for tho South, and his interest in, and sympa?
thy with her people, i.o urgently advises
every man, not disfranchised to secure his
registration certificate without delay, nnd pre?
servo it ns cnrefnlly as Iho bravo Holdicr Baves
Iiis last round of ammunition. "Those certifi?
cates aro thc basin of suiTrago now, if not for
years. Holding them, wo may refuse lo vote"
when wo liko ; but if wo do not bold them,
wo will be powerless lo kelp our best friends,
although our worst ciiomic* may thereby bc
elected. Supposa that a Hovel nor and Con?
gressmen are lo bo chosen. On one sido n
ltiidicai ticket is presented, bowling for con?
fiscation and tho blood of rebels, and stirring
up Ibo negroes lo a ferocious war of races.
On the otbor sido thc candidates nro fuir
minded conservative men, abiding thc results
of tho war ju good faith, maintaining thc
Union and tho InwB in ail honesty of heart,
and bent on doing everything that wilt extin?
guish hitter memories ami restore prosperity
to thc whole country. Thc first of Iheso tickets
.will/ destroy us-thc last will, give equality
beforo tho law. . Yet many of us hnvo refused
tb register that our friends aro beaten in tho
State or District for tho lack of a few votes,
lost by that neglect of ours. Our ultra
Radical persecutors aro thus elected, and wo
make ou (selves responsible here for such
outrageous tyrnnny ns that of FLETCH En in
Missouri, or of BROWNLOW in Tennessee. How
dnro 'a true friend of tho South take this bur
then on his conscience ?''
So' far,- General IIINDMAN. This letter
breathes, tko proper spirit, n, spirit which
should bo infused into all who desire to see thc
Southern Stntos saved from further degrada?
tion. It is fur heller for all lo adopt tho ?. in
ciliatory plan that he invokes (thc course which
wo hnvo all along counselled), than to arouse
passions' tbnt may array race against race.
This tho letters nnd speeches of Messrs. Pr.KUY.
HILL, JonxsoN, THOMM and others of Hint
party, oro more calculated to do even than tho
intemperate harangues of a KELLEY, n BUTLER
or a STEVENS. It is no time for crimination or
recrimination. We must livo on terms of civil
nnd political equality willi tho negroes. Why
should we needlessly do thal which must result
in their ill-will and distrust, aud thus destroy
what ?B left of our former influence with
Tko country needs peaco nnd restoration.
The uncertain law of a military commander is
not equal to the certain enactments of undis?
turbed legislation. Nothing will prospor ns
long as wo oro in our prosont position. Tho
farms not well slocked, and provisions scarce
and cosily. Merchants from tho highest to tho
lowest complain of want of business. Me?
chanics and artisans aro not employed because
of want of cnpital by those who need them.
AU these classes ot' industry will remain as
Uioy are or gol worse. No State offers finer
inducements lo capitalists and omigranls than
South Carolina, and yet they stay away.
Honey is plenty al tho North and in Europe,
and yat nono cnn bo oblainod by far mora of tho
South on their lands, no mailor how badly they
need it. Remain as wo'aro, and. tho effort tn
regain our lost prosperity will be abort, sharp
and decisive against us. We appeal to every
man in the Slate to take advontago of the offer
now made; to register and qualify io vote, and
sid in'selecting good mon to tho Convention
that ie to bo colled, so that they can vote upon
tho constitution that lt will adopt nnd submit
for approval or rejcolion.
Wo know wo aro open to tho ohnrgo of repe?
tition, having il walled now on this topic, almost
daily, for some timo. But wo hnvo no apolo?
gies to oiTor. If wo rceur to thoiiubjoel of our
duty again and again, we do so only because
wo deem this tho subject of pro-eminent im?
portance at thia time lo every man, woman and
'child j in'.the South | ;nnd, thereforo, tho most
uatnral and legitimate toplo for disousslon in
these column; ,
WANTED-Tim usn: tu" A rts-. Y ..'?.?*.'
biafledd ti ri m: lt?Kuonaacc MOHlsM. WIII1MW.II
oaretlforwyrvspeusliblQparty. AMreto LOCK i)tt.\?
EH. NO Charleston Fosl?lUr?. _3 _Ju<y"0_
OAHU HI AK Kit.-WAM'Hi), .1*. KXtM?ttV
O HASP. Apply to P. P. LOALE,
iiorlbcck'H Wharf, n?ar Northeastern Railroad.
WANTKU, A SITUA IIO.V AS AV KT NORSK, 1
by a rcspcetublo Woman, fail i:lvo rccoiiiiuinda
IIOIIR If muire*. For particulars apply ?I Ho. 1*5ST.
lill III' STREET, ciimrr Morrie._ l*_ Jilly IIA
A NT IOU TC? llltlK, A RESPECTA ilLl"
Willi E lui Y. a< a house Korvaut. Ho murd h'?
wilting ti mali? ltlm?clf r.cnrially useful. Apply I? C. I-.
l'ANKNIN, Ho. 123 Meeting aired.
July 23 _
FOR o ALE.
ITItm SALK, A MULCH COW, WITH A
' young CALK. ApplyntNo. lbT.PHiLIPHTHr.nl.
fntl KENT, THAT DBSIRABI.B RR MI?
L DENCE. No. ll KIN'O STREET, with all the nw?,
cary eull<iillillii|t?. elstern, .Vc. Iimuiro at No. I', .SOU ill
BIDE OP TUE Alloy E._wfia Juno 1
Foil-HA I.E. n KI lt ST CLASS BILLIARD
TABLES, KAVANAGH k DEOKRB'S make, nt tho
Adgcr building Billiard Hull, comer of Klug and Market
s?rcete.__?_ July 83
-I.IOIt SALK, A CA KR Y ALI?, WITH TWO
-1 Seels, polo unit shaft. Also, a eel of ?loiiblo and
Hlnglo HARNESS, all In |;ood order. Can bo aeon and
bargained for cash or a time note- ut Iblrty days, ni No.
21 Lynch 6lrcct. . May IT
TXJIIARi" PROPERTY TO mc NT. TI IT:
VT PKOPKMTY for many years known ss MOB IS?
LAND'S WUAHF is now tu rent. For furllicr partlcit.
lars apply nt l'LANTEK'S AND MECHANIC'S BANK
BU1LBINU. East Bay._ll_July ll)
rtVJ HUNT, TWO KllO.VT UOOUHi TO
I gothem (th kitchen acconiiun.latiim?. TodvHlruble
person* Ibo rent will bo inuJeruli-. For further pnrtlnu
lars apply at this Olllcc. July is
rpo RENT-THE TWO AM) A II ALK STORY
_L BUICK RESIDENCE. CU msw Socloly and Meeting
"ir. et?, having .-Isterii ami stables on Uio premises, and
good arcommndalions tor servants. Bent low. Apply
to S. HABT, Sr., No. ;?.> Klug street July ll
STU AYE O, INTO MY PHEEISHS, ON
Tuesday nlghl, July 23J, a BED COW. Tho owner
eau have Hm samo by pa) lug expenses, *?**dy .i f?o.
102 COMINO STREET. 1* " July 20
BOAItU ANU LOUU1NO CAN HE OUT AIX
KI) hy a ningle i:- ntl.man. nt rcaMi.nablu raten, in
a private family radding in n pleasant portion or t le
oily. Apply at Ulis effl.c. wli July 'it
BOARDING.-THREE VUtSAHAKT ?IOOBM
with g.iod BOABO ran bo Iia.l on immediate .?nil.
call?n to So. 00 CHURCH STREET, weal side mar
'1 mia strict. Terms reasonable. June 13
I71UIIM.SIIEU ROOMS.-.\~T'~EW GENTLE.
MEN can bc ac.ommodutcd with fino apartment*
ni No. 9 ti EO ito E STREET. Tor particulars address P.
H. KEGLER. Nu. 10 Bi nail street. 4 July 211
1.-VXCISLLI?.\"T HOARU, AT VERY LOW
j rales, in Ibo most central bushiest, pori of Ibu city,
without lodging, lu a privalo bonoe, enu now bo had.
For partli-mara address "X. L," l'o-toiuco. May IS
COP AR T NEB8HIP8.
TUE FIRM OF WUtLDfcM .V BROWN IS HEREBY
disolved by mutual consent, i Jilter of us, fur Ibu
present, can bo luuuil ?il No. ll Hoyne street.
WILLIAM O. WHILDEN.
OICO. H. BROWN.
Charleston, July 19lb, 18?T.
WILLIAM O. WH1LUEN & CO.
"1 ?! ILL CONTINUE THE WHOLKIALRCROOKEBY.
VV CUlNAANDOLASSDUMNESSatNo.il llayno
street._fwt July 19
rrilK COPARTNERSHIP IIEItirrOFORE EXISTING
X under tim linnie or ll. AUNOLO k CO., was dl.-o.ved
by its own llniilatioii, on Ibo 1st iii April lust. Thc bu-1
ness will be co illino I ny Uni subscriber at the Old
t-t n. J. No. 210 Meeting street where Mr. A. E. 'i.W <
DEN can bc found ready to at'eud Qt ihn customers ol
thu cstabhsniL'iiL IL ARNOLD.
July Int, lbii7. No. 219 Meeting street.
July 1 Imo
REDUCTION OK HKNTAL PRICKS TO SLIT
DR. J. E. DAPRAY. DENTIST, IS NOW PREPARED
tc c?mplele ibu insuriiun of wholu upper or lower
sets of ART1FICAL TEETH, upon tho moat approved
method, and with the b;sl materiah, at (20 lier sui. Par
Hal sets lu proportion. Durability, natural appearance,
l-erf.vt lit, and ncatucea of lliiisli, guaranteed.
AU other operations upon Uiu Tooth performed in s
skillful and warranbtblo manner.
(Illili) al his residence NO. A LIBERTY STREET.
May 20 mwf Charleston. H. C.
EUCCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT OK
REV. DIL MYERS.
rIE PRINCIPAL OF TUE ABOVE NAMED INSTI?
TUTION hos much pleasuro in announcing to his
patrons, os well aa to tho public generally, Hist owing lo
continued increase lu tho number of pupils, ho lias
lound lt necessary to obtain moro sullablo premises, and
Tho sim of thc Instituto being to thoroughly educ?te
the pupils for coilogtatu or Lu.lucaj carver; o syelenisllo
and accurate clomculary training la r dop cd for such on
moy need Hist course, and peculiar advantages are siso
offered for tho siudy of tho classics, Malbcmstlco and
In oous<*quonco of recent ncceeeary changes mode in
the government of tho Academy, aud willi a view of
Iodinating tho Interests of tho pupils, tho Principal will
be assisted by Mr. JOHN O AN NON, a goullcmnn of
known ability, and who has had considerable oxperlanco
lu tho ort of teaching. Mr. OANNON performed his
collegiate course of studies with dlslincUon, In ona of
thc best coUagea tn Fiance, and subscquonUy taught tho
French languages aud classics willi unusual success, lu
tile college of Blois in that coon try. Hare and excellent
advantages aro thcreforo afforded for tho study of
French under his supervision.
A primary close connected with thc InhtltuUpn ls con?
ducted by Mils ROSA DIBBLE, sud tho varions dernrt
mcnta receiving Hie personal auporintoudepee ofilia
Principal; overy oxurtiun is inade lo promote tho inter?
ests of tba pupils. Co ti roo or Instruction : English,
Franck, LoUb, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish and German
languages. uif'lni July IS.
INSTRUCTION IN FRENCH.
"VCRB. NICUOLS, A NATIVE OF CHARLESTON.
JVJL eut during tho past fifteen \ cars s resident In
hurope, is doslrous of giving Instruction In tbs French
Language eil.ter ot her own residence or st tho bouses
of lier pupils.
in i lui rn st Mrs. FINN EV'S, No. 100 King street.
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVINO ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE Ct OT II INO, sultablo for Ocnttcrnoo, La?
dies and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Slock before tba tesson advances too far, wa would espe?
cially draw the attention of Ibo public towards Uio rcduc
lion which will bs mada Iii our pnces for Ibo next two
or three weeks from date. -
Apply st the DEPOSITORY.
Jsmasry 29_No. 17 Chalmers street
TO EEOUI-ATE TUE BIOTUOE Os* PETOOLEUl", ITS MO
DUCTS, AM) OT1IKU I.srUUUillLE OILS.
Seo. t. ?Je ii ordained by tie Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council aticuibtcd. That fran and slier the 18th day
of Juno next, lt aliall not ba lawful lo koop Petroleum,
Kerosene, hock Oil, Uauzlnc, Deuxole, or any other In?
flammable oil or ons on Btorago or for solo in any cellar,
store or building south of Lina s root, lu a larger irunn
Uty Ulan nu y gallons ou suy unu lot or premises, ami
any such quantity so kept or storuu shaU be contained tn
vessels al tin or other mutai.
SEO. x That Petroleum, its products, er any other In?
flammable oil or oils, when brought lute tho city by Inn.!
er water, may be kopi on any lui or lu any molding bi
which cotton ts not stored, for a period not execedinr
twenty-four hours, upon tho expiration of wldi-hUmi.il
shall be removed and kept In Uio manner as required by
tho foregoing section.
Sea 3. Any person or persons violating any part* ol
this Ordinance sba I be subject to a uno ot two hundred
dollars, for cac'i oQ'cuco, recoverable In any Court of com?
llatlfl'din City Council this twenty-first day of May. In
the year ol our Lotd ono thouiaud eight bundi\ J and
(LS.] P. C. OAILLARD, Msyor.
W. IL Sum?, Clerk of Council. Juno 0
Pilli LIC NOTICE.
Orr lex CLEUK or COUNCIL, I
May 1SC7. j
Tho following PccUon of" An Ordtuar.co lo abolish tho
ellice of Suporiulondeut of Hint eta ; lo pr?vido Tor Keep?
ing Ibo Streets, Lanes. Alloys, anil open Courts In tho.
City ot Charloslon Cleon, and for other purposes," ls
hereby published for the luformaUon of all concerned :
For tho duo protection .if tho Said cou tractor or con?
tractors, ff it further ardai I rd, That every owner, loSSoe,
occupant and tenant of any premises IronUog In any
plied, lane, alloy, or open court "ball on overy doy
(Sundays excepted) havo Ibe dirt. Nth, garbage or other
offal, placed In front of hts or ber lot In a barral, box or
heap, and lu readme*s for Uio contractor, by tho hour of
seton o'clock, A. M., from tho Hist day ot May to the
flint day of November lu every year ; and by tho hour of
nina o clock, A. M., frcm tho nrat day af November to
the first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placlog any dirt Sith, gsrbage, or other
offal. In any street, Uno, or ailey, or open court, after tho
hours sbovo named, sliall bo subject lo a Ano not leas
than two nor nore than fl vo dollars, for each and every
offence, to bo imponed by tho Mayor.
By order W. H. SliTTH,
Moy IS Clerk of Council.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
Cm HALL, November 9, IMS. |
ALL PERSON? DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN THE
Burnt Districts and Wanto Pisces of olio Olly, un?
der "An Act of the Otueral A.sombly, gtviog sutbority
to tho City Council of Charleston to pmcee l In Uio mst
ter of a Fire Loan, with o view to old in building up the
City anew." ore hereby notified that tba form of oppli.
coll?n for loans can be obtained al tho omeo of Ibe Clerk
of Council, between thc boura of 0 A. M. end 2 P. M.
. All application? moat lin ?J* al lo tho sbovo monUcned
office, as tho.OotMlttM wiU meei every Monda? to con
older tba same.
By order of the Moyer W. ff. SMITH,
Novomber 10_Clerk ol ConnelL
?FFICE CLERK OP COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clouso of Section 1 of an "Ordinance lo Raleo Bup
s for theystr IF??," Is published for tho Information
?f persons selllnz Ooods by aa tapio or otherwise, who arv
Dot rostdoatsof t>ds city. AU such portions ore hereby
notified to report ul Ulis o ill co.
"Three doUort on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city I 'wm not residents, by eiraplo ct
otherwise." W. IL SMITH,
March H_ . Clerk of Ooanrll
OFFICE OF TUE OIITET OF POLICE, J
OnAnuts-row, H. C. Msy 4,1807. I
rZ REGULAR INSPECTION OF TUE LOIR AND
inctosures, vaults, Ac, will commence on Monday
nut. Ot lott Owners sod occupant* oro hereby rorjtMroil
10 soo tbol their premises sro in good con.inion and lbs!
ali filth and garbage ls removed as required by Ordb
nance. Oilier Inspection * will follow. I
. By order of Moyer tluuaiiD, .
0. B. BIQWALD.
Clilef ef rolle*. '
MEET j NOS.
OHA KOK EiUOtlK Ko. 14, A. V. PI.
VN l'.XTRV COMMUNICATION Ol' THIS LODGE I
?.ill bc licl? rni?(lTl<la\)f;iYNiii;, .t Masonic Hall, [
al K o'rlo- h.
Candhlalcs for (ho Maslc Mason's Dcgrco ?111 attend
U>- order W. M. W. A. GIBSON,
Jul? '.'ll 1 Secretory.
DRY GOODS. ETD,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
(HANCItOFT'H OLD STAND).
TTvOIl THU NEXT THIRTY HAYS WE WILL KELL
JL many styles of Good? tn Ibo
DRY G0l>BS DEPARTMENT
Very cheap. Some of theso Gooda will bo sold st a (treal
ilmf lH'low tho first wi, comprimo::, m part, a lol of
MUSLINS si 13 ccuts. original price '23 cent?.
Munlina al lil conti, oilgfiial price 'J5cunta.
Mu- lui al 'JU cent... original price ?nccula.
j Munlhn at 23 ccuts, original pricu Jj to IO ccuts.
A small lot of Horcgcs st 16 couts.
A Mimili lol of I lere,us at '?fi eenie.
Llrlo l'oiihue ami Louos at 23 cent-,
A i uuill lot of Hare::? Delaiiios at 13 centn.
200 yarda Figured French Combrlo at 28 cents, worth fiOc.
I case assorted Calicoes (cheap) at 12J? cents.
Wo ara also ulm win ; good asiortiucuts tu each Dopart
i HUSH LINENS; Family and Fronting Linens; Long
cloths at Ul, 12J?, IC, 18, 20 ti 26 routs; Drown Shlrliugs
10, 12?:, IB, 20 to 23 cents; all widths In bleached sud
? llrown shlrliugs; Fancy Linen Drill; Urown Drill; Cloths
I andCasslmcres; Mellum Cashmeres for Bulls, lu tuaturo
I lo suit tho H c.mon.
WE ABF. OFFFBING A OCOD ASSORTMENT OF
BLACK tlOODS, in Alpaca?, Bombazines, Lupin's Black
Shallr. Black Delaines at 60 couts, a lot of Black llarogcs
aud Cru po Morell at IO conts (worUi (10 els. a month ago);
?4 Crspo M?rel /. sud Ilarege, for Shawl H.
1 ogethcr with silliestovery article to bo bod (nour Hoc,
which wu aro olfoilng CHEAP FOR CASU.
STOLL, WEBB & ?0.,
July 22 m Wi No. ?BT KINO S TUE KT.
J.& P. COATS'
In Fancy Iloxe*, willi their well-known
FIFTY SHADES OF COLOR
In each liox of Uve Doxciis.
For Sale Ly tito IM?K?OB, of IBO Dozen.,
JOllr, & HUGH ll Wv*.
Solo Agents in Now York.
July 15 tawslS
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
THU SUBSCRIBER ANNOUNCES THAT BE HAS
conuoctoJ, as heretofore, tho
In all Its part?, with tho FURNITURE, so that ho ls pre?
pared to liirnl iii funerals complete, anti to give pomonal
I attention iii thu mott delicate, respectable and ssUafaclo
rv maimer. Ua I? aleo prepared to remove bodlea to any
dlatanco freo ul smell aud decay.
, FISK'S M ll l'A LIU CAbES. and all kinds of COFFINS,
alway? on bond en thc most reasonable terras.
Boulhw.-Rt corner Wentworth snd Meeting s?rcela.
I RONDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
BONDS OF ALL KINDS
Stocks of all kinds
Coupons of sll kinda
Bank DUls ot aU kluil?.
Bought at highest rates by
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
July 12_Imo_Broker, No. 8 Broad street
* - ... AAU
Branch nt Charleston, S. C.,
KO. O STATS STREET.
T\ErOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE DRAWN WrTUOUr
Deposits of Spoelo aro repaid in Specie,
AB oilier Deposits aro repaid In "Groonbaoka" or Na?
tional Bank Ilill i.
Deposits of any amount receive*! from any person.
NATHAN RITTER, Cashier.
(I IA! i TE i: MD BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
M. T. HEW ITT, President.
J. W. AI.VORD. Urtt Vice-PrcsldenL
LEWIS CLEPU \NE. Second Vlce-rroildcnt.
DANIEL L. EATON, Actuary.
SAM L. HARRIS, General InspoclOr.
Banklog Louie, Penna j 1 vants Avcnuo, corner of 10th
street, Washlugton, D. O.
BRANCH AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
NO. O STATE STREET.
Open every day, Sundays and Hobdays exceptu?),
rom 10 A. M., to 2 P. M., and from 3 to 4 P. M.
DEPOSITS OF ANY AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM
Interest payable in Janna rv and July, In each year.
All dopoalts win ho repaid with Inter,-u due whan ro
\ quired. .
AU the profit? belong to tho elcpositors.
Brandice havo been established tn the principal cities
I rora New York lo Kow Orleans, ana accounts can be
transferred from one Branch to another, without cb argo
or interrupting tho lu teres t.
Investments aro only mado In sacuriUes of tho United
States. -, RICHARD IL HMM,
Chairman Advisory Committee
FRANCIS L. CARDOZO,
M oe rc ta ry.
'ino 20 Imo Cashier,
Onice No. 147 Meeting iii-, t"
Every attention givon to the Bate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL GALL FOR ANT) DELIVER FREIQHl
TO ANY rOINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHAROE.
II. B. PL AST. Preside nt,
April 10 '_;_A n<m tts. Qa.
Ohl ah? wa? bountiful and fair.
With starry eye?, and radiant hair.
Whoso curung tendril?, soft entwined,
?. Enchained tho very heart and mind,
I For Onrlinpr tho Hair Of cither Ben into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlete or Heavy Masivo
BY USING TUia ARTICLE LADIE 1 AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thoasand fold.
lt ls thc only article lo tho world that will curl straight
hair, and at tho same tims give lt a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. Th? (Maper Derna not only cur la th elixir, hut
Invieor.te?, beautifies and cleianaes lt; ls highly and de
UghIfuliy perfumed, and ls the most compute artic!? ol
tb s kind ever oxTered ld the Amt eleen public, Th?
Crlvpeir Ooma wiU be sent to any address, teated and
po?tpaid for fl.
Address ail orders to , - , ? , ... ....
, , ^'w. L OLARK A CO., Chemists,
I No, 9 wc? layette . tro c t, Byracnao, H. Y,
85 BBiiS. SMOKIN? TOB?ttO.
TUST REC RIVED, AND WILti KK KOt.D OS AC
?J COUNT Ol' WIIOH IT MAY CONCERN, nt a lutt?
July gjj 1 No. 893 K INO HTRURT.
CORNER ItlCUADWAY AND17TI1 STRKtCT.
THE UNDTR-ilONED WILL lit: PLEASED TO REE
kia Boulkem f ric mts. Tho cbslotst HAVANA sf.
tl\HH, ol all tko Icndlni; brandi?, willi a general escort,
went of Pniolccra' Article* ahraya on hand.
Juno 4 D. OTTORl'.NOUI. Agent.
No. 219 KING STREET,
Ouo door south Murkct street.
20 PER CENT.DISCOUNT.
NOW 18 THE TIME TO BUY. Tl ?E BEST
EVEB OFFERED IN TnlS CITY, WITH A
LABOE LOT OF THE CELEBBATED
AT f ltlCE? TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Having perfected arrangomonta with my Manu?
facturera, I am ablo to aoil tho entire STOCK at
tho above di o cou nt.
Frico of each ARTICLE marked in plain flgnroa.
B. M. McTUREOUS, Sup't
N G. PARKER,
LATE PABICEB & CHILD,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
June 14 No. 103 EAST DAY.
Tb ero cometh glad t id i uga of joy to all.
To young and to old, to gloat and to aman;
The boiuty which OD co was ao precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all may bo fair,
ny tile nae of
For Improving and Beautifying tho Complexion,
Tho most valuable and perfect preparation In uso, for
(riving tho akin a bcautuul pcarl-likc tint. Uist lr only
found In youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth. P itches, balownasa. Eruptlonr,
and all IropuriUes of tba skin, kindly healing tbs saino
leaving the skin white and clear aa alabaster. Its nie
cannot be deluded by tho closest scruUny, and being a
vogctabls oroparatlon ls perfectly harmless. It la the
only arricia of tho timi nsod by tho French, and la con?
sidered by tho Parisian aa lndlapenaablo to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 betUes wore sold during Uio
past Tsar, a aufhclsnl guaranleo of Its efficacy. Price
only 76 coota. neut by mall, poeVpald. on receipt ot un
DEP.UKU, Hil UTI S A CO., ('hemi-tn.
SM River HI., Troy, N. Y.
SUFFER NO MORE !
When by tho uso of DH. JOINYIDLK'S ELIXIR you
can bo cared permanonUy, and at a trifling cost.
Tba sstoaisliliig success which lias attended thia In
valuable medicino for Physical and Nervoua weakness
deners! Debility and Prostration. Ixiss of Muacnlar 1J>
erny, Impotency, or SUT of the conseouoncos of >outhfu.
SSinVilon; renders ft the most valuable, preperatton
"lt wll?*remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, Incapacity to aludy or business, lass of mcmo
ryTconxoaloD. Uioughts of self destruction, fears of jp,
sa??ty7?ut It wiL restore Uio appetite, renew tte bcallh
of tho?o who have destroyed.lt by sensual excess or evil
P^ung Ken, be humbuM*d no ?ore h y "Quack Doo
lors"and hmoranlpiscUtioners, but sond without delay
for the Elixir, snd bo st oDce rf stored lo health and nap
ni,, ess. A pcrfoot euro ii 0 naran teed In every Instance.
Rice M, or four botUea lo ons eddrp? ?3.
Ono b?tilo la sufficient to enact a cure In all ordinary
""ALBO, DR. JOIN VIIJ.E'H 8PEOIFI0 PILLH, for tba
smedv 'and permanent cure of Gonorrh??, Gleet, L'rc
throl Discharges, Gravel, H Wc hire, and all affections ct
tho Kidneys sod Bladder. Cures effected tn from nne to
Ave days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
tint aro harmless on the er?tem. and never nauscato th?
ebimach or impregnate tbs breath. No chango of diet
ta necessary white using thom, nor does their action ba
soy manner interfere with business pursuiUt. Prlio (I
F!EHher of the above-msnUono? articles will be rent to
any address, closely sealed and post-paid, by mall or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
DEROER, rUlUTTS A CO., Ch emilia,
March 80 ly No. 38o Hiver atreel. Troy. N. Y.
WHD.BRB8 and HUB.
TACHE? forced to
pow ?non the smoothest
race in from three to fl*?
weeks Dy using Dr. HEVIO
N E'R RESTAURATEUR
?JAPILLAIRK, the mest
wonderful dlsoovery lo mo-1
. .darn seien oe, acting* bpon
th*Beard and Hiir!n an almr^minumlcrat manner. Ii
haAbe?n used by tho ellie of Parla and london with thc
moa nattering ?ucccaa. Marna*ot til purchasers- will
bo registered, ^ jr entice aattafaetlen la not given lu
ev^LaatancAi the money mil [?, choerfully rerortdrd,
Price by rr^ seated and repaid. ?1. DescripUvs ta?
cnUraand (e*amonMi millrd^TrMC Address" D ERO KU, ?
81IDTT8 A Ca, ChcmUta, No. 384River street Troy, Nc
^????X^r* (?* ta? toked Bbttos
.?'^oVt* , 1
. .I . :.?'<?'? rv if ? f .:.
GROCERY AHO MinCFILAMSOUS.
PRIME \\ I LITIO "CO UN,' OATS,
rc\c\c\ BUSHELS PRIMP, winn: UILLINU
r)17\M J COHN, cx-st rainer Falcon.
ION bushels Prime Oats.
100 bushels Extra ami Low Prlci il Flour.
?jr,o balea Primo N. lt. HAY.
For ?lo br .INO. CAMl'SEN A- (XL.
July 'Jil 'J Kr. ll Market ht.. op] ..Mit? HI?!? street.
PKAS! PEAK! I'KAS !
JUST RECEIVED. A 1'ltlMi: Mit Ol'WHITE PEAS,
suitable (or cows, ut i'i per bushel.
For Ml? by (.'. A. VON DOHLEN.
, July 20_ No. :IH state street.
COTTON CA HUS, KOPI?, BAU
OINO, TWl.MC, SOAP, ?te.
9CASKS SUPERIOR CO 1 'I UN CARDS, nu HY 4, SUIT.
AHLE lor Factory purposes, ju.t received Irom
10 bales, l-j Hm., Dumlrc Uosulnsi
ll) bairn superior ? ami 3 Ply Tw ine
20 l'nii> Soup.
For sale low by RUDD ft BLAKE,
Jilly 27 _Klullr.l lloyiv'H Wharf.
f IM1N N ENT'S PAt.K ALF.
1 Tonueiit'H 1 "'.iii, St i DUI; Ale.
Hernani'* Ma India Ale.
Bernard's Edinburgh Ale.
lu (Hans ami stone,
lu store ami In Uuii.l.
For Malu Ly KOUT. MURK A: Cl).
July MU tl
1 K rv MACKS .. SIOVALL'S MILLS " (AVOUKTA
LtJKJ 1 LOUR, just received per Mouth Carolina itali
2.*. bills. PORTLAND MYRUP, laiiilln? i x M anhattan.
For salo by STREET IIROTHKHS .V CO.,
July 120 No. 71 Fast Hay.
6000 "'OKS,,S I UIMl: WIOTBRN MIXED
.101X1 bushel* Wesli rn While Cuni,
In ?I..re ami tor salo by T. J. k l mt ft CO.
July 20 2
Ol* A A BAUM PRIME NORTH RIVER IIAY.*
Jj\J\J For Bale by T. J. KKlllt A: CO.
July 'JO _ _ _ _ 1?
PRIMP. BMOKRD BACON, HAMS. PORK TRIM
MINUS, Atc, Ac., ut ru bie. ,I priecH, lu ipiaiitilleu
to suit imrcliasers.
Apply lo MnRAY k CAMPBELL.
July ll No. |:n; M. villis street.
" BUTTE lt ANO H ACON.
Cl BJ CASKS, RACU CASE CON TAIN INO RIO HT 1>
Jj') Lils. box mill iii, fresh i Vinn Hie Dalry.
10 hillls. Primo s len 11 iler e And lor sale* by
July 31 3 No. 103 Fast Dav.
(j CNN Y CLOTH.
"I TA ROLL?-AIlOUrSIXTV YARDS EACH.
1 I Vj For salo at
July 23 Imo MEETINO STREET ICE HOUSE.
.JOHN MAC GREGOR & CO.,
NOS. 178 AND IBO PEARIrMT.,
TMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AN? DEALERS IN
I INDIA, SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY HAUOlNU,
GUNNY BAOS AND UURLAP SUI I AULE FOR W ll KAT
AND COHN NACKINIl; also, a larne ami romplclc stock
Of BALE IIOPK, niilirii lu;; Western in i' libe -a. ul.
Hemp, Manilla, Flax ami Jute, 1! ibu,' 1 wines, etc., all of
which they oller ot lair prircs.
July 23 'Jmo
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
. CHARLESTON, S. C.,
UI'I'I'.I: FOR SALK LOW. IOU CASH I
QAAi\ REA M LESS SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
OUUVJ OOO colls Hemp and Muullla Ropu
200 bales Oimny and Dundee Hagging
lout) kegs Nails, assorted sizes
300 bbls Comm Sugar, A, U and (!
2110 tugs Rio CofToc
100 bbls Molasses and Syrup
300 boxes AdamanUne Caudles
200 kCKS Hazard's Powder
MO bigs Hhot
2000 lbs. Lead
Copperas, blue Sloue, Madder, Indigo, Spires, Ar.
July 10 wfiu'lmos
THOMAS lt. AGNEW,
ixiroBTEn AND DKAixn m
Fine Groceries, Choice Tcua, Mic. i'd',
NOS. 200 sod202 GREENWICH-/!.,, COR. OF MURRAY,
NEW YOI'.IC. *
SH ACKELF0RD & KELLY,
OENRRAIi COMMISSION ANO SHIP PINO
MO. 1 ROYCE'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
w. w. snAoaxxrono. wit. AIKXM KELLT.
WILLIAM ll. GILLILAi\D & SON,
Hcnl Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 DAYNE STREET.
September tl _
WILLIS & CIIIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL Al TEND TO THE PURCHASE, RALE AtlD
Slit 1 MENT Ito Foreign and Domestic Forts) of
I COTTON. URE LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Charleston. H. C.
E. WILLIS.A. IL OHIbOl.M
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
C. F. VQ MR,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Porimficnls and Stationery.
A lar o supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOURAFHS, FHOTOURAPH AI.ULMS
POCKET ROOKS, DIARIES (ur 1807, Etc
fine and largo selection of NOVELS, by tho most
col "iratcd authors. 80NO BOOKS, ROOKS for Homo
Am lenients, Ire.
AL the MONTHLY MAOAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERA.
DAILIES constantly on hand, sud subscriptions re?
ceived cr tho same.
Orders irom tho country aro respectfully solicited.
TKHV?W i ?eii'HA*. -_November g
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NF. WSPATEItS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 637 lil.VU STU M MT
(Oppoillo Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES ol thu Press always on baud.
Subscriptions received snd Uoods delivered or for?
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All CASU ORDERS wUl bo promptly sltondbd to.
? February 28 ly
TIN: WORLD ASTONISHED
AT TITE \vosr>nnnir, REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE a UK AT A8TBOLOOIST,
Madam? H. A.PERHIOO.
SHE REV ALS RtOlItiTS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
Shs restores to happiness thone who, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses In lore. loss of roistlons snd
friends, loss of mousy, Ac., tiaro beoomo dospondonL
She brings togeuior Ul asa long separated, gives inter mi?
llern concerning sbaent frionas or lovers, restores loci or
stolen property, tells you tho business you ar? best
quill".od lo pursue, snd tn what you will bo most success?
ful, sj does tpsody morrlagos, and (ells you tbs very day
yon will marry, gives yen tho names, likeness and ebor?
ac teri, tics of tho person. Hbo roads ymir very I noughts,
and by ber almost snpcrnatnral powers, un rails the dark
and biddon mysteries of Ibo fa tare. From tho stars we
see lu tho flrmsmrnt-Um molona stars that overcome, or
predominate In tho conOgaraUon-Irom tho aspects snd
position, of tho planets and tho fixed stars in tba heavens
at Ute Hmo ot birth, abo deduces tbs future destiny <f
man. Foll not lo consult the greatest Astrologist on
earth. It costs you bot atria?, omi you moy never .gain
hovo so fovorablo on opportunity. Consultation foo, with
likeness and oil desired inlornulinn, $i. Parties il vin a,
st a di. tan oe con consult the Madame by moll willi equal
safety and sitiafaeUon lo themselves, sa if in person. A
fuU and explicit cbort, wriUen out, with all inquiries ar
iwsrwd ord llkeneas enclosed, sent by mall ora receipt ><
price abovo mentioned. Tho j strictest sccresy wUl Iv
molotolnod, and all correspond on oe returned ordootr.-y
ed. BifBrencesof tho highest order nvrnlahod tho?*., o
siring them. Write plainly the day of the month inj
year la which yon wore born, enclosing a small loo. ol
Address, UoDAint H. A. FER RI OO,
P. O. DBA wu 203, Durr ALO. N. Y.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
RAB REMOVED HIS OFF IC K FROM CH ALMORI I
. irret lo NO, T7 CUVU'HI STREET, ussr SI,
llicuoai's Ailey, A a trust ?i