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Cotton closed in Noir York at 28c. for Middling
Cold closed at Ul.
An editor, rofe: ring to patent niotnlio elr-light
con. rm, sa.VB: "No person having onco tried ono of
timm COI?UH will over uso nov other.''
The fain ?ne in India Inst year destroyed 1,500,000
lives, mid forced the Hindoos, who will not ont
.log? or cats or cows, to dine oil' thoir own chil?
A laslidious Chicagoan finds fault with the
practice of smoking at funeral?, although ho does
not object HO strongly to chowing if conduct jd in
nu unublriisivo wny.
Two freedmen lind n pistol light in a church
ju Carrol ton, Mo., Homo two weeks afro, nt s mt
wini nhmiiil walk nt thc head of an cmiinci
lllM.V TOIIVKK, seventy years old, run unveil
miles against limo on Ibo Union courso, at Wil?
liamsburg. ? low days since. Ho niado il ill 58
minutes, 10 seconds.
A dispatch from Calveston suya : "An order has
lacon issued forbidding distinction hy railroads
mid othet chartered companies, which are com?
mon carriers, in relation lo passengers, on ac?
count of color, taco or previous condition."
A convict in Auburn priBon had himself boxed
up as a caso of brogans, and but for an unlucky
niislake in marking tho box would liavo bcou ex?
pressed away to frocdom, As it happened, his
attempt, Ultu tho box, was bootless.
lu 1853 tho KusBian army consistod of 680,000
men. At tho prosoiit timo it consista of 800,000
?nen. Tho number could bo easily increased to
1,800,000, besides 300,000 irregular troops. Tito
Czar linn, therefore, n total military forco ol'near?
ly 1,500,00(1 men.
A suspicious clink wai heard from tho garments
ol' a suspicious female at a recent pic-nio near
(?olhnui, mid, on investigation hy a blushing Fe?
nian, il wau louml I hat shu bad huon stealing
luger h.'or glasses. Shu bad struug them around
'fi ID Aul on is right in saying thal "if MoxicaiiB
would put Katx>iiKt>o Ui bard labor in macadamis?
ing roads, hang ber brigands, collect hex Inxos,
and establish tolerable courts of jiiHtico, wo war?
rant tin 11; will lie little talk any?boro about re?
generating ber from tho outside.
Thc Chilians are greatly alarmed at tho oxpccV
cd return of Ibu Spanish squadron. Tho Qovoi n
mcnt finely express their opinion that tho Span?
iards will very shortly nmlto their appearance.
BOOM preparations len o Iv en made for tho defence
of Yalpara JO, but it is feared that thoy aro insuf
tlciout, and thal Ibo city may bo buriiod.
As scalping is n somewhat raro experience, Mr.
THOMPSON'S sensations aro of considorabto in tere a.
Ho nays that when, after sawing and hacking
alvon! his head for half on hour, nial giving a fin?
ishing cut over his loft temple, tho scnlpor gave it
a'joik becnuao ilHtuck a little, it "just foll na if the
?bolo head waa taken right off."
The Augusta Cbnsfifiif?onn.'??f of yosterdny anya:
STEPHEN D. Hr.ino. Esq., received nt his ware
houso tho ind now balo of cotton that has como
to tho city this acason. It is classed a good stylo
of Strict Middling, weighs live hundred aud Atty
pounds was raised in Chamhor County, Alabama,
and purchased by Mr. H. P. RUSSELL, at 30 cents
per pou ml.
Panama correapondenco to August 12 states that
General SANTOS Ur III mu ?t, Ibo aclual President of
Columbia, arrived on tho 7th instant and was re?
ceived with grand demonstrations. Ho waa await?
ing a vessel tu convoy bim to Cartbagona. Shoals
of humpbacked whales havo bcon discovered just
he> und tho entrance to tho bay, and sovoral cap?
tures had been made. Tho health of the Isthmus
Tho Kingston (Jamaica) .Tbumnf says n me?
morial was in course of signaturo to tho Oovom
inen t on behalf of tho now scheme or American
immigration, and tho plan waa receiving tho
hearty support of tho community. Upwards of a
hundred Jamaica colonista, however, left King?
ston in tho ?donner Montezuma, for Colon ; and
timie would have I. many moro if accommoda?
tions could ho provided for thom.
Thc New ih'dford Mercura tells of a husband in
Now York whoso wifo died h: furo her donlist had
H JIU homo an uxpousivc sot of fatso tcotb which
ho wan niaiiiifnctiiriiig for bur. Tho afflicted hus?
band loudened to say that tiny would not bo
nocded, but nu tho job was completed, ho bad to
agree upon a compromisu for ten dollars. Hy way
of making tho matter satisfnutoy all round, tho
widower begged tho uno of tho teeth for tho fu
ncial, promising to return them thc next day.
Wo have filen from 1 inti ali Hondura?, duU.il at
Heh... ' on tho 7lh of August. Tho Omimcrcial Ad?
vertiser of that day remarks : "A party of soven
tceu ur eighteen goiillomou, with thoir funiihcs,
have rotiirttcd to Belize from ?panisb Honduras,
porfootly disgust:*! with tho soil, climate and
government of thal republic." Tho santo paper,
in a lliiancial and commercial report, gives tho
lui'nwing quotations aa prevailing in Bolizo: nato
of exchange of bills ou Englaud, $500 per ?100
sterling- Flour, tHQlGpor bbl.; rico, SG037 per 100
lbs.; ;oni, $2 25(32 50 por bbl.; yams, $2 25@2 60
por 100 lbs.; buef, *22?2C per bbl.; butter, 37i@
50c. per lb.; lard, llffll?c. per lb.; pork. $21@25 per
bbl.; mahogany, $50(??80 per 1000 feet, pitob pino,
|35@n0 por 1000 foot.
I,cttors havo been received from Pom dal od at
Lima arid Callao on tho 28th of July. Congress
was still in session. Laws had bcon passed pro?
hibiting tho Pr?sident from sending away any
more guano on consignment, and authorizing him
to soil at Limn. All Spaniards who havo not he
come citizens will now bo required to leavo Ibo
country. Tho annivorsary of Peruvian indepen?
dence waa oppropriatoly colobratod. General
HOVEY, tho American Minister, hail gono to Chile,
it was supposed to facilitate terms of peaco with
Spain, and Mr. Y .MIMI MILS, tho Brazilian Minis?
ter, had gono lo Ecuador, probably on account of
a mlBunderslaniling with Ibo authorities lu Peru.
Mew- had benn received of ibo ap]ioaranco of three
Spanish mon-of-war at Montevideo, but no confir?
mation of it bad arrived.
On Saturday last, says tho Augusta Oonsliution
alist, a win Ui woman in Hamburg . roqnoatod a
colored woman, tho n.fo of an old colored man in
tho employ of thc South Carolina Railroad, to take
care of an infant for lier for a fow honra, stating
thal alie H i II h e il tn go down Ibo road and would
rellim on tho evening train. Tho colored woman
tonk the child and bas il yet, tbo whito woman
having failed to return. Tho woman ia doscribed
aa "good looking," and about twenty-three or
twenty-four yonra of ago. Tho child ia a fine boy,
about four weeks old. Col. JAMES \V. M RC EU ITU
has tho lillie, stranger iu charge for Ibo present.
Ho thinks the mothar nli.nikl oome for her child or
Bind him somo clothes, as tho little fellow w.is
nearly nuked whon loft in charge of tho old colored
Tho New York Herald bas letters from Clule,
dated at Santiago, July IC, and Valparaiso, July 17.
Tho return of tho Spaniards to tbo Pacific wai re?
garded as certain, aud work on tho fortlficationa
at Valparaiso WBB boing pushed rapidly forward.
It waa rumored that Peru had ordered her squad?
ron to leave tho waters of Cbilo and return to Cal?
lao, and hard feelings had boon revived in co?ac
quenco en tho part of tho Chileans. A inpturo of
tho alliance between tho rep?blica would bo tho
signal for nu independent adjnatnioiit nu tho part
of Cbilo with Spain. A controversy with Brazil ia
boing carri nd on lu tho meantime, regarding tho
occupation of Rio Janeiro by tho Spanish Soot, bnt
it baa not boon givon to tho public. Buenos Ayres
waa alunit to moko a demand mt Cbilo for repara?
tion for certain dnmago tlono during tho Mendoza
rebcUloii. Tho ell tod Peruvian and Ohilonn flt els
?wera ettr) at Coquimbo. Orcat niano misted in
Valparaiso ot tho reported approach ot tho Spani?
Hoon after tho death of Judge HAS tn, of Florida,
nays tho Tallahassoo Floridian, Govornor WALKER
iccommcndod Hon. Jom* PRIEMD, of Fomaniint,
for tho vacancy. Geuoral POPE, however, ap?
pointed Mr. J. li. HUBBAMO, of tito Philadelphia
IfVil, who has only boon In Florida air.eo April
I Mt, ia not a citizon of tho State, and has not
1 oon admitted to tho bar of any of ibo cirouita.
Wo sa> nothing as to bim, but Gon. POPR'H con?
duct in .bo matter, iii disregarding tho rocommon
daSl m nf Ibo flo vernor, is vary singular, to say tho
Ional of il. Cinler Um constitution and laws of thu
Htr.to no person eau fl'l any onion In Ibo
government unload ho ls a citizon, and it
lakes twulvo month's roaidonoo to mako a
citizen. Wo think lt highly probable, howover,'
that Oon. Popo hon bcon Imposed upon. It ls
not to be supposed that ho would import a Jud go,
and yet tim eflcot in thia Instance ia tho samo as
if ho hail dono so. In appointing Mr. HusninD,
ho dnnbUoas imagined that ho waa at least a oltl
zon, if not a practicing lawyer, of Ibo Stein, bnt
it innis ont that be is nollher tho ona nor tho
otber, and under tho airenniBUnoos it is not un?
reasonable to eupposo that tho Gonoral would ro
considor tho matter ll tho facts woro mada known
to him." Tho Fmndian dona not say whether" Mr.
Pnttivn can toko tho iron-clad, or whether ?ny
other lawyer of tho H Ute oan thus qualify.
Tun HEW VOIIK lAil'jer nays: <It itt computed
that ?fly thousand Americana aro nt present
"doini! Europa," Hid mi our fashionable people Bru
idigratiDg in enni)i< wbllo (boy rur-igralo bul
HIO'.VIv, it in not improbable Hint Uio number ?ill
bo Bwollcd to ono hundred thousand before inid
winter. "Dear, delightful Parin" ?H, or colimo, tho
ju in i-ipnl pleasure-ground of this debonair cloud.
Tho dentro of fashion, tho Pnrndino of Intrigue,
tito 1'iiee.in City ?ben? (hu Howor-wienlhcd chnl
Icoof Temptation is pinlTerud to Wealth and bolly
il every tum, draws our fust young nien into UH
whirl of disreputable disHipal iou as surely UH a
beacon light on tho ?inboard nt li ad? ldc Killis
?ntl llsh-hnwk I. Tho Oornntn Span, uoxt to Puris,
aro tho places ?boro Americans must do congre?
gate Baden-Radon in very clonr to Ihcni in ovrry
H.'iitv of (ho wind. Tito ra enthusiastic ynung
"Mil or A nie ri ca i n i-a," who (ru Vol OU lb cir ?loila rH,
can "fight tho tijiur" to thulr hearts' con?
ten?, ?lid lose their money in grandioso Hlylo lo
needy Teutonia barons nml "hurd up" duo
tlccimo princes, who pocket it with hsfititta niinj
froiti. There, loo. Hmso or mir linly tourists, who
uro untiling if not suiuplitotis, hnvu a llnu oppor?
tunity to try roiielustouH witli horiilUary rank in
tho limiter of fol-do-rols and furbelows. For, a'.
ltadon-lladon, bo it known, tho lair ladies of fnsk
tou o ear skirls and bodices of Valenciennes, Incu
worth t30,000 npioco, .ind pm tho fmillers af their
"splendiferous" huts willi nigrottcs of ilittmofids.
Of course, the Indie* or our Tonis of tim Flowing
Well, and thu fair dnnics of tko lucromungci's who
bavo picked up wenllli on tho war-pnlli, aro per?
fectly at bomo at Baduu-llndcn. lint, after all,
thoro is nothing liko a wiulor in Paris to freshly
gilded Americans of botb saxes. EUUESIE is thcro,
and NAPOLEON, iie i u is a chanco of gutting, by
hook ur by crook, iuto tho Tuileries, and being
gazetted among thu .'prosotilod." This is by no
moans a great country in tho eyes of ninny of
its mushroom grandoon. Fortunately, hovfovcr,
tho American iniltions rata (boir country and itu
institutions at their trna value, und now that both
havu boen saved from ruin at such n tremendous
cost, aro prouder of Ulam than aver. Lot tho bo?
gus "sovereigns" ciraulato among congcuinl
trnmpory abroad. Wa have plenty of tho true me?
tal al lom iv llinlringH full and cleur under every test.
Sl'EAKlNO OF CATTAIS BlAlinVATT, tim Cn} lil,Ht
Mtiqazinv says: "I afton wondered where mid
when Captain MAnnYATT bad found tho timu to
oultivatc his own mind, fur ho lind had hut few ad?
vantages of actual education. 1 siipposo It
was from tho groat power and habit of observa?
tion which ho possessed that ho learnt intui?
tively. Thora was hardly a scientillc subject
upon which ho was nut wall informed, bouideu
being, MB all the world known, a practically
HcioullQo man. I havo beard him regret thut
bo was not born a cuntury Inter than his timo,
as bo considered tho world, in a scientillc point
of viow, as comparatively in its infancy. Ile
used to prophesy of Iho great discoveries vol tu
bo niado in steam and electricity. Ho took a
croat intorest iii niagnotiutn and in phrenology, in
jot li af which ho was, I am nure, a linn believer.
Ho has boon told by TOWNSHEND that ho was hiru
iolf a powerful inoumcrist, bul 1 do nut think ha
ivor tested his power. Thoro was hnrdly a
modem langango of which ha had nat some
knowlcdgo-grammatical knowlcdgo, I mean. Sa
Tar on spooking them want, although ho would rat?
tle od unhesitatingly Franck, ur Ocrman, oi
Italian, or wkatovcr was called for nt tko moment,
Iiis tkuroughly llritisk tongua imbued them all
.villi so muck of Uio same acconl, tkat il was dif
Icnlt to know what thu language was meant for;
ndocd, ka used to tell a story of how an Ila lian,
if tor listening to ono of his long speeches in Inti
iurc.it Tuscan, apulogizod to him, and said ka dh]
lot understand Euglisk. M.uinv.viT un away tosen
it twelve years of ago, HO that at best hts educa
ion must havo boen very limited.
THE NEW VOIIK LKDOEU bas tho fullowing strie
uros on tho nuisances ot tko day : "Tho ?tersonui
lystom of reporting balls and parties whick wai
ntroduccd into tins country sumo thirly-livoyean
igo, but which we hoped hud diod out in ulindi
meo to tho edict of nu improved public tanto, lint
-ccontly bcon rovived in all its gloiy. Wholo col
nuns aro dorolod to tko mu t fulsomo pulls o
adios and gcnUcincn with skeletons ut name
died in with d mim i nod slam. Thu ladies drusso:
iro particularized from waterfall tu satin slippei
ivitk a freedom thal ileservos a horsewhip; nm
narringa aiigagciuoiits, real or flctitious, nn
ilurtod nut in typo with a boldness lhat seems a*
fit must bo tho result nf express permission i
lot of pecuniary persuasion.
" 'I'la pleasant, sure, lo seo ono's name In print ;
A nsuio'n n aimil nlthuuiili Ibero's nullen;; lu lt,"
ixccpt tho beginning and tko cud, with a fov
. . . . ... bolman. Can it bo that our "fash
niiaMd peoplo" liko this Bort nf thing. Lut ui
injio not; though certainly their asipiiuscauee, i
milling morn, is (olio inferred.
Tho custom ?H SO uttorly snobbish and un
\men nm that it ought to I io laiupoonotl on i of PX
ateneo. Among Hying follies thcro is no fairoi
;amo. Reportorial flunkies who mnko It their
To kiss Uio shadow or your shoe He,"
ikould be ruled out of good socioty.
A conruzspoNDENT writes that rf ligioua exclu
a veness is still mai'itainod in lull force lu Swollen
Io says ko was kims' If lately Unod a heavy sum
'for allowing propio to como (ogelkor for wor
kip in kia private kouso, during tko hours tba
ho Bwodisk church hold service ur mass, as it i
'at called, and tilla Ano was exacted by tko sane
ion nf tko King, bofuro wkoso court tko casa wa
riod." Ho affirms that "priests, assistod by alic
ins and policemen, do yot ontar by forco iuto poe
ito's honscs, and by forco tako tho Infants froi
inguiabod mothers' anns, to kavo thom legall
?aptined; and a oaao is known in which a poe
armor's only cow has bcon taken in payrocnl
'A doctor of medicino, tko chief city pkyaiciar
if a largo city in Sweden, and highly esteemed
ms lately felt compelled to leave tko country wit
lis wife and children, owing ta tho narroiv-mindc
niest policy of tho government, debarring ki
rrowlng-up children from tho prospect of o vt
uaking a rcapcctablo livelihood In their nnth
and." Tho government, doas all it can to prove?
ho i ml How of emigration, and so far succeeded i
0 moko, it commercially impossible, to ship tkci
lirec t from Sweden. Consequently tkuy must Ur
.o lo England, citkor to Hu1! or London, fro
.hence they oro transfer? ed to Liverpool, whe;
.hey Uke.htoaniskips for New York. I
Cnn. r Josi in: Cu ASE writes lo a friend in Ph
ide I p li i a us fallows, in correction of recent ropor
loneorning his private fortuno: "I don't want to I
oprcsonted OH particularly poor or particular
Itsintoraslcd. I think I am wortk now abuul oi
mildred thousand dellars. I should at any ra
io quito willing to tako that mun in flve-twontic
ind make a clear conveyance of all I have in tl
vorld to anybody who will pay my debts. I won
liltingly bo worth a great doal moro if I knuw
in honest way to got worth more. All that tl
>oop] o aro intei rp ted In knowing Ia, that I havel
1 cent which of light holongs to thom. I didi
lorre thom to maku monoy out of them, hut
iavo monoy tor thom; and I really fool tkat tl
ase al s who oro slandering mo ought to ho d
louncad, ?nd tho mean attempt to injuro mo
ho public esteem exposed. It is much moro ii
lortant to the people than It is to mo that Uio
vho havo nervod thom faithfully ahall bo fully ai
rouorojly sustained, otherwise rascality will bo
i premium, and thoao who aro trying lo ma
lu m suspect mowill run their arma lo their ahoi
lom in their monoy bags."
THE PALL MALL OAZJSTTTE oaya: "Another, ai
bia timo tho moat eminent, votoran of classic
ihilology koa gono to roat. A KOORT DOEOKU di
in tko 8d of August, tho birthday of tko found
if tho llorlin Unlvnriity, FIIKDKIUCK WILLIAM II
ho day which, for tho last thirty yoara ho h
won wont to mark, aa public orator, by ono of 1
lollonic orations. Ho was born at Carlsruhe
bo Sith of Novombor, 17SS, took his degree.
Inlle in 1807, and from that timo to his death :
nained in Berlin, rising to tim highest o i'll ces
ko learned bodies, of whick ho waa a dist
pushed ornament. . It ia noodloas to speak of 1
nenin as a philologist and archroologint. I
.hat wo should Uko to emphasize Is tko consi
mcy and courage with which, under tko varie
mnistrios of Prussia whom ka nirvod, oven tin
rf obwruranUBt? Uko Er CHnons and RAUNETI, I
o montmn MAXTT.UFFKJ) and BUUIABOK, ko oin
o and (ought for hla liberal convictions, and mi
igod to kocp the honor nf tko Borlin Univ?ra
m tal ti ted hy party ?nil nonce and party mnncenvr
A BKCAJ?T CTnuTjLAB of i ho Cardinal, Arckhlali
if Honan cnn, Frasco, lo his clergy, exhorting th
lo make o fro rta to obtain donations from th
?locka for charitable purposes, oontilns thia cv
M? passage : "I have compromised my prc*
ind joy roturo. I glvo to tho poor and to church
ind Booro tl y or openly to a koot cf poo plc in ? il
ires a, as much aa I o in, oven -inore than I oap.
lo not keep a oirriago. I wear shone with hu
in thom, and .my canaook Ls patched. You hi
leen mor? than o n co roy patched elooVos. -1 lat
itali that. Ood knowe why I do iL' I am ?
Ians to sayo in my pecuniary expenditure for
tor v leo of my Mm tor, and am coulent to wear
liTery," ' I
LAUOJJ?T CIRCULATION.- Thc DAILY
NKWB pubUthca thc Official List of Let
tcri^ remaining in thc J'ostujjicc at ihr-rmi
ti/jiiwA week, agreeably to the fnllaicing
section .of thc New Poslojjicc Lalo, ai the
utuptgifjtrr having thc largest circulation in
thc. City oj Charleston :
HI.ITIOS C. Awl ba lt further enacted. Thal HM? or let
ti i M remaining uncalled fur tn any Poatolllce In ?my elly,
loara or village, where II newspaper ntioll lie printed,
Hliall lieri aiIIT lie published once only lu (lie II"WSIKU,HT
WhWtl, UfHBU published weekly or iiHener. Kimi' nave Hm
larguut circulation within rouge of delivery ut thc sahl
aW .h' COMMHilieiMHNII tntcmliit tor publication in
tl: it journal must 6c ftdUftfttd to the Klitor iff the
Daily Nar?, Kc m Ifuync-tlrttt, ?knrietton, S. ('.
Jlusincss Lu-Minunicitttons io ihwraWcT of Daily
llV'Cftniiof undertake to return rejcctetl communica?
Adrcrttfemmti outsii'e of the eily must be accompa?
nied teith the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21. IEI.7.
Jon Wornt.-Wo hove now completed our
office BO os to execute, iu tho shortcut possible <
timo, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, nnd wc 1
most respectfully oak thc patronage, of our
(?KN. POPK'S J IT iv tm in: lt .
In our paper of Thursday, nuder thc tele
graphic henil, wo published General Porn's
Jury Order (No. 53), directing thal Grand nml
Petit Jurara in his District Bhall be drawn ex?
clusively from lists of registered volent with- '
Wc learn, upon high nuthority, that
this order is npprovetl by General GHAWT j
and I lint il is very probable timi similar
orders will soon he issued in thc other
Military Districts. Wc learn furthermore,
ihni Ibo adoption of this mensure in Ibis
District will depend upon thc number of whites
that mny register. If a considerable number
of whiles register, Hie Registration lists will
?Iso become the lists of jurors; if otherwise.
General Gmrns's order, now in force in
Texas, mny become Hie ruin hero: requiring
tho lest oath to ho submitted to every juror.
OKXKIIAI. POPE AND HUN. lt. P. HILL..
Thu press of Ibo whole country at present is
occupied with thc consid?ration of the letter
roomily addressed by General Porn to Gon
oral G KANT. Tho views and comments of tho
severn] orgnns nf public opinion aro of course,
as is ul ?ny s the case in politicnl questions, in
accordance with thc ten?is of the respective
parlies they represent. Thus, if wo tnkc np a
Radical sheet, wo know beforehand thal we
shall lhere find thc COU m. commended by
(icu. Poet: toward the Southern Stales, ap?
proved and commended; while, of course, thc
Democratic press is violently opposed lo il, and
denounces, in no measured lernt?, the spirit
thal could have conceived such a project. There
arc n few Conservative Republican papers also
(lint have expressed a decided discpprolmtion
oftholyrnnnic.'ilandsummary mnnner, in which
thc commander of lite Third Military District
proposes to deni with truculent ox-Confcdc
rutcs. Of these wc may mention such pa
pers us thc Si. Louis Republic**, thc Spring?
field llcpublieuii. Ibo New York S-n, and
sumo other independent papers of moic or less
Rut on the oilier band, thc New York
Time*-a pnper which heretofore lins always
leaned to mercy's side, nnd been consid?
ered very unsound nnd heterodox hy tho
high priests nf the Republican party-lins of
lute thrown all its influence iuto thc sente of
Congressional recoils!ruction, and is giving an
un<|iinlified support to the administration of the
Military Coiiiiimnders in thc South. Much has
been said of a revulsion of feeling, now going on
in tho North, ami tho sensation leaders of thc
Herald nro pointed lo ns irrefutable evidences
of this rorolutiou of public sentiment. As un
offset it mny bc staled that in April lust, wbon
General Order No. 10 was issued in Ibis Mili?
tary District, Ike New York Timex commented
severely upon it, characterizing it, in terms
very uncomplimentary, as a very tyrannical
mensure. Now, thia same paper is a staunch
supporter of General SICKLES, nnd of General
POPK, fully endorsing their orders. Thc Time?,
too, wo have reason lo know, is iv paper that is
widely read aiuntig thc best classes of thc citi?
zens of New York. True, wc cannot say what
its motives may bc for this course. Rut surely
no anne man, who knows anything of tho past
bialory of New York newspapers, will question
tho honesty of thc Time?, while bc stakes his faith
on tho Herald. Tho Keening l'ust, another influ?
ential New York paper, which lins always been
among I he Conservative Republican orgnns,
now also takes ground against the President
and in favor of thc policy of Congress.
f?en. GRANT, who has heretofore been looked
upon na one of Hie mai ns lays of Conserv?t ism, and
is even now looked upon ns thc probable Demo?
cratic candidate for tho next Presidency, upo A
the receipt of this letter of General Pora,
took tho unusal course of at onoo laying it
before thc public, which, there is every reason
to believe, ho would not have done bad be
not approved Hie sentiments set forthin tho loi?
ter. Wo regret to say, moreover, that Ibo
Northern press is not indignant and shocked
nt the contents of Gen. Porn's letter, and, if
wo may judge hythe general tone of tho pa?
pers, we should sny that Ibis letter in a incus
lire adumbrates iht next act of Congress on
thc subject of reconstruction.
Wu print this letter iii another part of this
morning's News, as we believe ita careful pe?
rusal will be instructive to our readers. It will
appear that thc courso of thc lion. BENJAMIN
ll. HILL, of Georgia, was Hie immediate pro?
voking cause that lcd Gen. POPE lo write thia
lotter. While wo have no sympathy with thc
views expressed by Gen. TOPI:, or tho course
he recommends, we uro not prepared to say
that Mr. Hui. did not provoke them. We have
on several occasions examined Mr. HILL'S
speeches nnd Notes and hnvo expressed our
dissent. We will, therefore, contont ourselves
nt thia time by simply quoting thc following,
which wo hnvo not seen noticed in nny of our ex?
changes Hint have discussed Gen. Porn's letter.
Says Mr. HILL-"I earnestly hopo the people
of each of tho ton Stales will go boldly for?
ward and preserve and continue their existing State
Oortrnmenls, and hold all elections in tho man?
ner mol nt the time proscribed by existing
Stnto Constitutions, will choose officers qualified
according to existing State Constitutions and fair*.
If any citizon or officer shall he interfered with
in exercising his rights under theso laws, or in
discharging tbo duties of any omeo to which bo
may bo choaon, let him maka tho issue fear?
Now what doca all thia mean ! Simply ro
aistnnco to the law of Congress. General Pop!
then, after all, cannot be tho tyrant ho is re?
presented lo be, when he permita a free preaa
mid froo ?peech, aa ia provod by tho publica?
tion of these sentiments, and by the fact of kia
not having arrested Mr. HILL. 'Indeed we soe
it staled in soma of tho papera that thc objeot
of the letter of General POPE is a defence of
Ilia courso in not arresting Mr. HILL, aa he
hod been directed by General GIM"T, Of lilia
wo cannot speak positively.
In conclusion, we will give Kx-Qovernor
J. ?C. RHOWN'S remarks on tho passage above
quoted from Mr. HILL, willoh will show tbe
full absurdity of the counsel of tho distinguish?
ed Georgian :
Tho law uf Congress (loriares tho existing State
Kovernmonta illegal, and givea the Military Com
mander, power to aat thom aside at pleaarre.
It also conf?ra suffrage on tho froodmen, and
allows no election to be held HU thor, with tho
white men not dlthanohlsod, are registered. The
law nlho itinkcu it tho tltil.v of tho Commander nf
oneil Militare District to nee that il? |iiov?H?oim oro
oxorutcd, and given him all tho military force
necessary to that purpose. Now, suppose on tho I
first Wednesday in Octobor next, tho pcnplo of |
Atlanta, or thoao within tho roach of wy other
militnry forco within Ibo 8tate, deluded by Mr.
RILL'a advice, ahonld open tho polia and proceed
to hold an elect ion for Governor. Members of tba
Legislature, etc., and nltould allow nono but tehile
men, who aro qualiflod under existing HUto lawa,
to voto. How long would tho poll? bo opon hoforo
all engaged in tho election would bo under arrosl
and on thoir way to priaon V Thoy would, howovor,
b&vo HUH niitglo cotiHolalion, in their misfortune,
Mr. HILL advised them "to mnko tho laeuo fear
Again, supposa tho elections nero hotd in dif
foront pnrbH of tho Slate, without tho knowledge
of Ibo military, ami tho Is'gislaluro oleetctl nhould I
a'jscniblo and nttompt to Inaug?ralo tho Governor j
cloct. What doen any man, not blinded with pas?
sion, nor domontod With prejudice, nuppoao would
bo tho result '/
Thoy would bo treated au 1'icsident JOH.IUDS
UV ated tho OX isl ?III; goveriiiiicnt of tho State at !
tho tinto of thu Hlirreuder. Tho Legislature would
bo forbiddon to sit, and tho Qovornor would bo
nrr.nt I and imprisoned. And Mr. HILL,, ubould
ho nttompt cither In voto or hold lillico, in accord?
ance v. il li bin advice to tho people, would ?haro
tho unmo late. All who know him aro doublions
aalisilod that ho would not dare nt temp t to prac?
tice upon tho advice which ho p ivett (.there on this
subject. Liko tho othor points in tho proposed
roinody, thin, ton, is utterly impracticable, delu?
sivo, docoptivo and hopeless.
If Mr. HILL- is einer t o in this advi.'O, lot bim
"make thc istue feurleatlt/." Lot him havo an
election held under 'oxlstiug Hinte Constitution
and laws,' and lot him ga and voto at it, or accept
t ..nico under it. This will test tho ipio.-d h ni, and au
ho adriana it, lot hilu como forward anti toko tho
responsibility, and lend bis follow ern. Don't bo
afraid. Try it. You say tl ie re is no Comttttniivntu
difficulty in Ibo way. Como up to it liko a man,
'multo tho ?HBUO fearlessly,' yes, foirlcBsly and in
dopcndontly. That Is Ibo way to docido thc con?
troversy. If you nticceod wo will Hoon bo rid of
military government and negro BuffraRO. If you
fail your followers will ugo your rotnsdy lu a huill
Some of our *-!adcrs may bo surprised that
wo 'hould sponk so frequently of Mr. HIM..
.Uni .usu cr is, Dial ho lins becomo the rcpt c
Hcntntivo man of a Inrgc party in thc South,
who most diligently reproduce Iiis apoeches
nud writings. Ho thus lends thc Northern
I .opie to bcllcvo llmi Ihcxc aro the sentiments
of thc people of tho South at largo; ami for Ibo
sins of a fow, all may have to suffer.
WANTED, A CAPABLE WHITE WOMAN,
lo Uko rata of children, O nod references rc
: quired. Apply st THIS OFFICE.
HANDS WANTED-OIHLS. (WHITE)
from ID lo H years of age can Hod employment
by oj-plylng at f o. 110 WI NTWOllTU STREET, north
aldo, weat of llutledgo Btrccl. stu August 10
CJITUATION WANTED.-WANTED, BY A
O married mau, of steady habits, a situation in any
respectable business. Will msko himself useful io al?
umni any capacity. Address "Cl. P.," at Ibis attlee.
August 12-_;_ _?jj
-Laibes and OenUemon-$luO lo ?250 par month,
to sell tho DENIUM' COMMON-SENSE FAMILY HEW
INO MACHINE Price only ?18. This Machine will
stitch, hem, foll, tuck, bind, quilt, braid, and embroider.
Tho id.uh i meet bo pulled apart, avon alter cutting
ru-rosa tho scam et cry quarter of an inch. Every
Machine warrante*! three J os ra. Send for circulars and
terms to agents, or rall at MCDOWELL'S ULOCE. cor?
ner Fourth and Oreen streets. Louisville, Ky.
BLISS At M cl'. V I'll HON,
U en eral Agenta.
N. II. Positively nene genuine unloss coming through
Juno 4 lulhsamo
rpo KENT, THAT DESHIAULE LUUA
I TED s lour.. No. :tiH King street, between Went?
worth and Soclctv streets. Possession given on Ibo 1st
of October next. Apr Iv to KTEINMF.YKH At SON., foot, I
of Ileaufalu stied._August 2?
O HE NT, THE COMMODIOUS A!*D
pleai-aully situated two and a huir story BRICK
DWELLING No. 02 H?sel street, north side, near East
Day. Posscaatnu given on lat September. Apply st
TU1H OFFICE._August 91
rilli KENT-THIS TWO ANDA HALF STORY
_L BRICK RESIDENCE, comer .Society nud Meeting
streets, lisviug cisteru sud stables on Ilia premises, sud
good ncconiniodaUou* for survaula. Rent low. Apply
lu H. HART, Sr., No. 332 King strceL July u
I.IOU. SALIC, A COM PORTA HLK AND M KA 1'
? RESIDENCE ot Aiken, wiUi o Lot 250 fuel from
omi lfiO deep, tu o central location.
This Itetideurc la very dcairaltl*. having every accom?
modation needed. It will bo auld roasomblu for cash
or on limo. Apply lo Dr. RODIIItlUEH, eumur of Meel?
ine; and society slrcelr, or to W. PERONNEAU FINLEY,
Esq., Aiken. 2 August 24
LOST, A ill.At Iv NEWFOUNDLAND DOO,
A rr? anl will bc given for his recovery. Apply at
THIS OFFICE. .Migo.i 20
TWENTY HOLLAHS HEW AHO-LOST, A
POCKE1' BOOK, canl.lniiig a brass Mack with
Uve li?les. Leave lt at this ulliec, and noqucatJona will
bu asko.l. ' 1 August 24
NOTICE TO SAILORS OK IBIAIIOH ANTS
HOTEL OB BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
March 13. lsd7. j
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOIAOWINO ACT OF
the Legislature, passed the 20th day of December,
lnnii. all persons c. iicenutl aro hereby Untitled to call at
Ibis O Ol co and toko uul tile required liceusu immudiately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
IN ACT roil Tilt BETTED r Ho Ilten OX OF BKAUKN AND
IUHI0UANT8 IM TUE rent ASO UAIIBOB OF cuAtil.tfl
I. tie il tnaettd, by fait Smalt and //auf? of Reprrtenta
tiru, nota sid um! titting I'M Otntral Aitmity. asd by tit
autliurity vf the taint. That lt si nil not bo lawful for any
person, except s piloter public ofllcer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arri ring III the - port or har bur ul
Charleston, before stub vessel shall have boen mode hist
to tito wharf, without Ont obtaining I eave from tho mas?
ter or poraoa having ohargo of such vessel,' ot from' ber
owner or agents.
II. It aliall not bo lawful for any owner, agent, master,
or other person havbig ohargo of any veaoul arriving or
being In the port of Charleston, io peruilt or authorize
any sailors, hotel or Leard mg bunao Beeper, not licensed
us bcrclualler provided, or any agent, runner or eta-,
ployee of any sallorV or Immigrant's hotel or boarding
uouau, to hoard, or attempt to board, any vaosel arriving
in, or lying, or i.elug In tho harbor or port ot Charleston.
Indore such vessel Hindi have boen mode fast to tba wharf,
or anchored, with Intent to Invite, oak or Bobcat thu
boarding oran." of tho crew employed au such vessel.
lil. IL shall nm bo lawful fur any sailor's or Ituml
grant's hotel ur boarding bouse keeper, ur tho employee
of suy F tiler's or Immigrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having hoard od .ny voaael modo fast to any wharf
lu tho port ol Ckarlealon, to neglect or refuso to leave
said vessel, alter having boen ordered BO to do by the
mualcr or ia.-roon having charge of such vessul.
IV. It shall not bo lawful tor any person to keep, con?
duct or carry un, either aa owner, proprietor, agent or
uuicrwise, any sailor's or immigrant's boarding house,
or sa i 1 n r's or immigrant's hotel, lu the city ol Charleston,
without leaving a license from the City Council thereof,
V. Itsh ill not bo lawful tor any person, not having the
li. cuse tu this Act provided, or not being tho regular
a,tc ut, ru inn r or employee of a purson having such li?
cense, to invite, ask or solicit in the city or harbor of
Charleston, tho boarding or lodging or any or tho cruw
employed oa any v cs sol, or of any Immigrant arriving ID
liie .aid city or charleston.
VI. T hu eily Council shall take tho application of any
person upplylng for a Uoauae lo keep. s Ballon' or Immi?
grant's boarding bunao, or Bailor's ai i ra migrant's hotel,
lu tho elly ot charleston, and upon SA tlaloc lo ry evidence
to them of tho respect Ability sud competency of such ap?
plicant, and of tho aoRabluDiss of hts acroinmrmut/ou*.
shall Issue to him a lice mn., which aball Lo good for ada
year, unless sooner revoked by Bold City Council, lo
keep a sailor's or itiiudgnm i s bosrulng house lu the cl ty
ol charleston, and lo luvlto and so Licit boarders for the
VII. Tho Olly Council may, upon satisfactory avldenco
of tho disorderly cnaracter of any sailors' or tm migrants'
hotel or buordlug house, Ucc-naed aa nea tin I* furo pro?
vided, or ol the koo per or proprietor of any andi house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or lalaroprasoutatlon. In ii>
vi ti ng ur soliciting hoarder, or lodgers far such hertse.
on tho part of such keeper of proprietor, or any r,r lit i
agenta, niuaora, ur employees, or of soy olia nipt u tm.s
sitado or outtco any or ibu crew lo desert from any \. ? ael
In the harbor of charleston, by such ktoper or proprie?
tor, or any ot his agents, runners or omployooa, revoke
tho liceusu lor keeping such hausa.
VIII. Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
provided tor shall |a>y to tho city Cornell aforesaid tbs
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. The aald City Council ahab furnish to each sailor's
or Immigrant's hotel or bearding bunao keeper, licensed
by thom as aforesaid, ooo or moro badges or abielda, on
which shall bo rumbad or engraved lbs name of snob
I o-el ur boarding boato kasper, and tba number and
..root of bis ho'ul or boarding house; and which Bold
bodgos or shields shall bo srirrcntlsred lo aald City Conn?
ell upon tho rorooatlon by them, car expiration of any
brenan granted by them, sa herein provkled.
X. Every sailor's ar Immigrant's hotel at boarding
house keeper, and avery, agent, runner or employee ol
such hotel or board! ug.tin urn keeper, when boarding any '
vessel In the harbor of CharlesUin. or when Inviting or
soi int linn tho bo Arding or lodging of anjr Beaman, sailor
or person employed on any vessel, or of any Immigrant,
shall wear, conapltmcnialy displayed, the shield or badge
roferred lo in tho foeOgrimg sejotlQD. 'll'll il . I
XI. lt aball u<A lie lawful for any person, except those
named in tho prcoodiog section, lo Lave, wear, exhibitor
display any such shield ar badge to loy of the crew em?
ployed on any veasel, or to arty immigrant so arriving ni
the elly pf tiiarleatpn, with Ina latin! lo invite, oak ox
solicit thti bcardlug or baigin* of Buch Immigrant or cl
any of tho crew employed os any Teasel being tn lbs
harbor of Chvleaton. . ' '< i '< *'
XII. Whoever ahall offend agaJr.?t ?ny Or Bl th er of the
provisions contained In section 1, 2,3, 4, 8, 10 and ll, in
thia Act, ahall be oeeioed guilty ol s misdemeanor, and
ahall, upon conviction thereof, bo punished by Imprison?
ment for a term not exceeding Que year, and not lesa
thin thirty days, or by a Ono not exceeding two hann red
and fifty dollars, and Dot lesa than one hundred dollars,
or by both auch lino and finprisonmcnL , .... ,.
XIII. The word "vessel,''aa used lo this Act, ahaU lu
abide veaaeJ. propelled by ?team. ? I
In the Benale Hotuvc, tte tsciitieih day of Doccmlx r, In
the year of our Lord ont thousand eight hundred and
rlzfy-atx. W. D. PORTER,
' ' Presideni of the Senat?.
1 '. <JHA8. H. BIMONTON, :
Speaker li onie of RspreaenLativea.
Approved December 20, 1 Boo I
Jinx. 1? Oas, Governor. . ,
M M?t? 1*
SCHOO li NOTICE?
rpUK EXERCISES OF IHIII KCIIOOL WIM. UK HE?
IL hUMKD un .Vuiniuy, ll.- Will lnM.nl. Hoy? will bo
prepared for Ibo Junior Cia or,, of nny of our College? or
mo d fur liualnraa. French ?ill l> > taught. Tom- HTJ
iuiHli'rili> mul nu rjlra l harnee, Wu bato a Pr?valo
Class lor young men lu Ute nlturnoon.
JOSEPH U. HKAHROOK.
Augnal'lU 3? WILLUM SEABROOK.
MUMU) AM) I.OMCIM4 IV A J'KIVATE
15 faull ly. residing In a plr?*?nt pan ol (br elly, ran bo
obtained ni moderate raten by a ..fugle gentleman. Ap?
ply at tills ofTlce. luth? August G
IJOAIIIMNO.-TIIItEK I'l.KAMANT UOOMM
1) with good HOARD csu be hod un imuicillsto aprll
ratlou to No. w CIIUItCH STREET, west side, near
Tnulil stroel. Tenus reasonable. Julie ri
ITIXCELLENT n?Aitn VT VERY LOW
'J rates, In tho most eonlral business tart oftbecltv,
without lodging, In a pr?valo house, can now bc had.
For particular* sddrrss "X. I.," Poslufnco. May 19
KOOMH AT mn HEH I DENCE, NORTHWEST COR
, N Kit of Mooting and Hociuly streets.
Juno ll) _weCmo
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - - No. ?75 KINO ST IIB RT,
NEAttLY OPTOSITII UA'KI..
TUE MOHT BEAUTIFUL AnTlPICIAL TEETH IN
HF.HTED at moderato prices,
ari- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain hy ru eena of
C ll L ll II O F I) R III
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March fl tu tb s Om o
~" TOBACCO, ETC.
LEAF TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
ALWAYS ON HAND ALL KIN. OF LEAF TOBACCO,
truro 10 ccnl upward tu Sliper lb., and also SE
I OARH from 123 per M and upward, In lola to anlt pur
I chasers. By C. MADSEN.
COIINER BROADWAY ANDITTH STREBT,
KEW VOIl IC .
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE PLEASED TO REE
his iv .millern friends. Tho choicest HAVANA SR
GARS, of sll tho leading branda, willi a goneral assort?
ment of Smokers' Articles always on baud.
June I D. OITOLENGUI, Agent.
' FOR THE
MASONIC ORPHAN'S nome.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Mauagers,
Great Extra. Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000.
TICKETS OMA ONE DOLLAR,
TO RE DIUWN AT ATLANTA, OA.,
SEPTEMBER 4tb, 1807,
SH) will purchase a Package of (cn Tickets, Hablo
to draw S30.000.
All Crin a paid without discount,
O facial DrawlugH sent each purchaior.
All Pr!rea Cashed al thia Olllcc.
AT?v* Correeiiordcuta may rely on prompt attention to
m der? by simply enclosing monoy with full addreaa.
Ou~ All order? for Ticket?, Bebemos, and lu formation
to bo addressed to JAMES KERR,
Lock Box No. 681, Char lea ton, H. C.
OCBce: No. 20 BROAD STREET. Imo Augusts
HIE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THS WONDERFUL, iiv.vnLATTOxa
MADE DY THE O BEAT ABTROLOQIBT,
Madame H. A. PERKIGO.
SHE It EV A LS SECRETS NO MORTAL ETER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those wno, from doleful
events, catastrophes, croases In love, loaa of relations and
friend?, loaa of money, Ac, have become despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives informa?
tion concerning absent friends ur lovera, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you the business you axe best
quail fled to pursue and In what yon wul be most success?
ful, causes speedy marriages, and telle yon the very day
yon wul marry, gives you the names, Ilkmou sud char?
acteristics of tho person. She reads y our very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, unvstls the dark
and hidden mysteries of the future. From the etan we
see In the armament-the malefic ?Lam that overcome or
pr*dominate In the configuration-lrom the aspects and
positions of tho plsneU and the fixed star* in the heavens
at the time ot birth, abe deduces the future destiny of
man. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist on
earth. It coals you but? trifle, and you may never ?gala
have ao favorable en opportunity, Consultation fee, with
Uki ncaa and all desired lnlormatlon, ll. Partie* Uving '
at a di alance can consult tho Madame by mall wi Lb. equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, aa If lu person. A
full and explicit ebert, written out, with all Inquiries ar
nw, roo and Ukoneas enclosed, sent by mall on receipt it
price above mentioned. The strictest aeoreay will te
maintained, and all correspondence returned or desire
ed. References ot tba highest order furniahed those -
airing them. Write plainly the day of the month and
year hi which you were bom, enclosing a small loo. ol
Addreaa, ll ADAMS H. A. PRURIGO,
P. 0. DnaWKB 'J'.ri, BOTT ALO, N. Y.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
rrVHIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE- !
X B0RIPT1ON of one of th? best fem?is phyal clans
and nurses In the United States, and has bees used for
thirty years with us vcr-failing safety and sucosas by mil?
lions of mothers for their children.
It not only rolle rrj the child fr.... pain, but Invigorates
Die stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and girre tone
?ml energy to the whole system.
Ii wul sito Instantly relio it
GRIPING TN TBE BDWELA AND WIND COXIO.
We believe it (a the beat and soi ist remedy In the j
world, in all eaaeeof DYSENTERY AND DI ABRIRE A In |
children, whether lt arlaos from TeeUfnw, or from any
Bo iure and ask for
HRS. WISHLOW'H ROOTIIIffO 8TRIIP,
Having the tao simile of CURTIS A PERKINS on the |
ALL OTHERS ARB HA BB IMITATIONS.
For sale by tho Wholesale Agents,
DO WIE Sc MOISE,
No. lol MEETING HTREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
" Prevention is Better than Cnre. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPROVED ANT) FI IO H LY RECOMMENDED BT
j\_ tba French Modlcel Faculty, aa the only safe and
Intal libio antidote against Infection from Sp?cial DUaaane.
ThU invalaehle preparation bi suited for either sex, and
Uss proved, from ample experience, the most oAcient
m J ra liable Prertntlfa aver dleoovered, thus affecting a
lretdtratum loni Bought jbr tn the Medical World. It
med according lo di rec tiona every poaalblklly of danger
may be avoided; ? ?Ingle application wUl radically nen
Iraluui the venereal virus, expel all Impurities from the
absorbent v?asela, and render contamination impccstbW.
Be wis? tn time, tad al a very small outlay, save boars ol
untold bodily sud vnenUl tormenta.
Thia moat reliable apectffc, BO universally adopted Ia
Hie Old World, ts now offered for sale for the Aral tine In
America by F. A. DD PORT A- 00., only authorised
Agents tat the Untied Bute?:
Price ti per botCh. Lar go bottle, double alie, ?fl.
The nema) discount to the trade. Sent, securely
??eked, on rossini of price, to any addreaa, with dlm
ilon? and pamphUt, by addrssslng to
F. A. DDPOBT Jj CO.,
.. . J?W! Ageo4a tor Vt, Rluord's P. U.
May? lp fie, ll Gold a*,^ ?fw Tork,
H HMO VAL.
WK HAVE HUS DAY lt 11MU VED TO MIK H>ACI.
OMS Stoic. Nu.UU KIMI STItEKT, wli.ro wo will
bo ptraii.il lu KIT our friend* nuil those who msy (nur us
willi ? call. M I.I.i-l I. UH A MULI.KU.
No. lill Kine ?treel.
llclwcru Market and princes,, ?tm-1?.
August 31_ "HitliU
rpm: SUIIBCIIIIIKH UAH lt KMC V 1 .1 > Ills .-.lill'
X CHANDLERY UUHINLS? to No. IUI EAST HAY,
corner ll lilly Alley, a few doom below the nhl Hliind.
Augusts ALHEIM U. STUNK.
um i\si iii\n; mm\
N IC W Y I? ll IC .
A. A. IX)W.
OLIY KU II. iii i Ul HIN
H. ll. OIHTTKNUKN.
1'ETEIt O. CORNELL.
Hun. WM. Kill i.V.
WM. S. T1SIIAI.E.
OtU I- IIKEOKMAN.
JOS. A. KPItAtlUK.
UUKUS lt. OltAVES.
ALEX. V. BLAKE.
JAMBS S. NOWa.
WM. C. FOWLEH.
HAM 'I, U. CALDWELL.
N. S. HUNTLEY.
WM. P. PRENTICE.
J. II. FHOTI1IN01IAM.
lion. B. TAB EU.
un inn ol- DlKEcnin.s :
. II. FltOTIIINOHAM.
OEO. !.. W1LLAH1).
UKO. Ki TIIUMAK.
THOS. T. HUCK LEY.
Il KN lt V A SWIFT.
JAS. II. M.ENTICE.
OEO. li. NICHOLS.
J. W. FltOTIIINOHAM.
WM. C. Hil Kl.DUN.
DI.IVKit 8. OAHTEIt.
LEWIS H. I.ODEH.
J. T. B. MAXWELL.
K/.KA I*. PRENTICE.
GEORGE L. WILLARD, President.
O. U. (i(JUDON. Vico Prc.ldeut.
O. ?. PLYKR, socnlary and Actuary.
THE PLANS FOR BUSINESS FOR THIS ISSTITU
I HON aro vory Uberul and atlracUva to thusn who wlnli
I to In..ire il).-lr Uvea in a FIRST CL \KS COMPANY*, lu
business li Tory large and rapidly increasing, All tho
various kludi of policies aro insured on as favorable
terms aa aro offered In any other good Company tn the
cuunirr. DIVIDENDS Incrcaso with Ibu ago of thu
PoUcy. If on-parUelpating rates sro luwer than thone of
I any Company In tho world. Lusses paid In thirty days
[after duo nuUce and proof of death. Liberal arrange?
ments made in regard lu travel. Ono-thlnl of theauinuut
ol premium will bo loanrd tho poIlry-hoUlrr if desired.
J. ALFRED CAY, den.ml A,;,-ut.
Offlco In rear of Elmore Insurance.
July 13 aluUi3mo Law Hangi-, Broad atreel.
BANKING AND INSURANCE COM?
Of llicliniond, Va.
[CHARTERED FEBRUARY 1ITU. 180C-COMMENCED
BUSINESS JUNE 1, 18G8.
Capital and Surplus....$308,206.45
.pills COMPANY INSURES BUlLDINtIS, HOUBE
JL HOLD FURNITURE. COITON, VEHSk'LH IN
TORT, STOCK OF noons, sod other property, on tho
most liberal lenna. MARINE AND LIFE RISKS 1'AKEN.
J. L. HONOUR, Agent,
August 1 thstulmo NO. 8 BROAD STREET.
A FINE LUNCH
Served Every Day,
PROM II TO I!? i-N O'CLOCK.
PROPRIETOR CF THE
OHEENVILI.E, H. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
1'111)1'Kl IMO IO! :
WM, A. HCllD.or Nsw Orleans.
W. F. COREERY.01 Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph anil Railroad Office? in Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Noa. ai. 33, SM ANO 87
Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Oreen-Cn tho
European Plan_TUE STEVENS Hot si: la well and
widely known to tho travelling public. Thu location is es?
pecially snltable lo merchants sud business men; it is In
closo proximity lo Ibo bualneas |iart of tho elly-ls on
tho highway of Southern and Wcetorn travel-and adja?
cent to ail tho principal Kalin .a.I un i Steamboat dopota.
The STEVENS HOUSE baa liberal acconnuodaiinr. for
over 300 gucata-lt ls well furnished, and puascsscs every
modern Improvement fer Ibo comfort aud entertainment
of ita inmates. The rooms aro epadcus and well venti?
lated-provided with goa and water-tba attendance In
prompt and respectful-and tho table ia goneroualy pro?
vided with every dell racy of the season at moderate rates.
The roo DIB haring becu rcfumlehcd and remodeled, wo
are errar' -ato offer extra facilities for tho rorufurt and
pleas nm ~f our guest*. OEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May -2? Gmo Proprietors.
I ALL RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS
Chatanooga and Grand Junction,
THHOl'll ll IN I' our Y-M SE HOURS.
TRA INK LEAVE ATLANTA DAILY Al 8:15 A.M. AND
7:00 P.M., making close connections st sil points
Arriving tl New Orleans at 8 P.M. and 11:10 A.M.
aa~Paasongers by trains of tho Oeorgie Railroad make
close conn ac tiona with thia route at Allanta.
NO STEAMBOATS OR OMNIBUSES ON THIS ROUTE.
ELEOANT 8LEEP1NO COACHES ON AIL NIH HT
BAQOAOE CHECKED THROUGH. FARE AS LOW A S
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
THBOUQH TICKETS HOOD UNTIL USED.
Can ne obtained at (Innerei Tlaket Office, Atlanta, Qa.
Goorala Railroad. Augusta. Qa. ; South Carolina Railroad
Charleston, 8. 0.? South Carolina Railroad, Columbia,'
B. C. JOHN ?. PECK, Master Transportation,
July 13 Siro Western and Atlantic Railroad.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
Real Ea tato & General Commission Agts.
NO. 36 BROAD STREET,
WILL Al TEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
STOCKS, BONDS,COLD, HU.VI.It. HAN K Ul I.Ls.
BEAL ESTATE, fte., fcc.
OEO. L. HOLMES.ALEX. MACBETH.
"WILLIAM H. GILLI LAND A SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 83 BAYNE STREET.
SHACKELFORD & KELLY,
?JENERAL, COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
NO. 1 BO Y CE'H W B A RF ,
Charleston, 8. C.
W. W. SIU0StlJTOSD. Wat. AUKS ?IJ.LT.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WI f.t, A 1 TENI) TO THE PURCHASE, BALE AMD
SHIPMENT Ito Forelgu and Domestic Purls) ol
COTTON. RI CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
AT LAN TIC WHARF, Charleston. H. C.
E. WILLIS...A. B.OHI80LM
ro HMDIATB TBS ?TOSJOK OF rurnioI.itlM, ITS rso
DUOTS, AXD OTU ra mrjjiuinr.ijB OIL?.
810. L JU ? fdaintd bf ft? Maynr a?l Atdmnen, i's
Vitt Council attmbltd. That from ?nd after the ll Hi day
of Juna neal, lt ahall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Hock Oil, Bernice, Ben ?ola, or any other In
flammable oU or olia on a tarago or for aale in any cellar,
atora or building south of Lina street, ba . larger quan.
(Jty than fifty gallons on any ona lot ar premises, ami
any such quantity so kept or a lo red shall be contained bi
vaeeela of Un or other melaL
6?o. 7. That Petroleum, Ka producta, or any Other In?
flara nuble, oil or ons, when brought Into Urn rlly by bunl
ca watdr, may be kept on any lot orb) any building lu
?hieb cotton U not stored, for a period not exceedlmi
Iwtnty-four honra, upon Ula ci ylraticai of. which limn ll
ihallba removed and kepi la lbs manner ai reg aired by
tha foregoing sac Hon. .
8ex>. a. Any person or panana vt elating any part of
bala Ordinance shall be subject tu a fina of two hundred
dol?as, fer each offence, recoverable In any Court bf cone
patent JurladicUon. ,"~
RaUMed in City Council Ulta twenty drat day of Ray, In
the year of our Lord one Uxmasnd sight hundred and
ii flajT'*" . E. a OAf-LARD, Major.
W. H. Sara**, Clark of Oo&eU. inns?
GROCERY AND MISCELLANFO1.-> _
PRIME WESTE H N CLEAR;
UIIIIIKO HIIIKS AM? SIKH I.DI'.HS.
r>ri IIIIDK. I'HIMK WESTERN U?.KAM Itllll'.U?
OW HIIMM AND SHOULDERS,
[aiudliig anti for Halt* Itv
LAU KEY ? Ai.r.xANin it.
AllKUliI 31 2 N<>. 1.17 Mill liar.
(JOHN ! COHN ! CORN !
Ci/Arw a BUSHELS PRIME win iT COHN, rm:
IU nala low, Wblln lnrnllni! from ?li'uuicr Kal?
lon, bjr r. N. AVERILL \ MIN.
Auginl 21 .>
HACKS h ALT. NOW LANDING. FOI?
aalo luw fruin ?liarI. lo
(IKO. AV. CLARK A CO..
Aiiltuat 21 0 Nu. I'.rj Munt Hay.
t)r A HAI.KSflUMKV CLOTH
_,r)' " '.''?i nilla lliinu.v ('Ililli.
For aali*. to arrive, nu urri.r'.imilatiiu; terina, liy
UKO. CLARK Ar CO..
Angusl 'il r. Nu. HW Rial Ituy.
li/r/\i\ BUSHELS PRIME winn: COHN
Jjrt \ t\JSOW hiirli.-ls Yrllow niel Wi HI. rn Mixed Corn
?.anding und for HUIC hy \V. ll. HM ITH \ CO.,
August 21 I Napier's Range.
(irk?A HACRM LIVERPOOL SALT. LATEST IM
fi\J\j\f PORTAT lo SH. large well lilied KI. ks und
In Uno < i H i lil li 111. Fur Hole by
W. 1!. SM l i ll k (m..
August 21 1 SuplurV Hange.
CORN ! CO KN !
?\Si/\(\ BUSHELS PIIIMK WHITE COHN. KOK
.?O' JU Halo by SCHEVEN A MSHKT,
August 21 Aeeuiiimu latiuii Wharf.
CHEAP 8 HI NU LE S ! CHEAP
1 i?A i"WiAN'>- 1 OYMUlit SHINGLES, KOlt
LOU.uV/U ?ale viry luw. fur raab. Alia*; tn
GRANVILLE A- MCKINLAY.
AtUniHl 21 1' Kout of Council ?Irrel.
GRAND TRIUMPH !
PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED
DURYEA'S STARCH & MAIZENA,
For Ibclr iucoiilealable oirelleliee, nt
I PA11IS F.XI'OSITION, 1HC.7.
O lt KAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, LONDON,
OKKAT INTERNATIONAL ISMMUTION. UAMBURO,
GREAT ' I STERN AITON a I. EXPOSITION, COLOGNE.
A UKI AT
STATES, AGRICULTURAL, AMERICAN 1NSTITUTK,
AND MARYLAND INSTII DTK STATIC FAIHS.
faVThoao Oouda am pn-cniliirhtly (bu beat lu lbw
For aalc by all Oroccra.
WM. DURYEA, Cenerul Agent,
Nu. ICC FULTON STKKKT.
August IS tlinnilmo
CALI PORNIA WIN E COMPAN \\
(txconrunaritn Kovitiinin I. lsilil.)
W I N E S ,
FROM THE VINEYARDS OK
Sonomn, Los Angelos and Nairn
Counties, Va li io F n in.
W. H. CHAPE?, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST HAY. CHARLESTON. H. V.
HOCK. SHERRY, SWEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,
Kort.Win? nillir.., claret, Sonnnie llramly. Cullloniln
Catawba, Kououia Champagne lin ijuartH). Simonin Cham?
pagne lin pinto, 24 in a easel-in wood mid giana.
_Ar.'U an_ tulhafimo*
JOHN MAC UREUOR & C?7T~
NOS. 178 AND ISO PEARL-ST.,
IMPOItTERR, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
INDIA. SCOTCH AND KENTUCKY 1IA0O1NO,
OUNNY HAGS AND 11UHLAP SUITABLE FUD WU EAT
AND COHN SACKING; also, a large uud completo atocle
of HALE HOPE, embracing Western macblnc-inade
Hemp. Manilla, Flax und .lute, Haling Twines, etc.. all of
?bte h they offer ut lair i irire?.
July 2:1 ju,,.
THOMAS li. AGNEW,
mrouTEn ASH DEALEH ts
Fine Groceries, < hole r Trna, Etc.. Kio,
NOS. 2Gtland2G2 GREENWICH- T" COU. OF MURRAY,
Ob I abo was beautiful and fair,
With starry rye*, amt nullum bair,
Wtiuau emlini: o minis, anil entwined.
Knebalneil the very heart anil mimi,
For Curling tho-nair of either Bex iulo Wavy
and (Jimmy Ringlets, or Heir y Massive
BY USINO THIS ARTICLE LADIll I AND GENTLE?
MEN can l,mutile themselves a IbmiHund-Iuld.
lt ia the only article in thu world thal will euri straight
hair, and nt Ibo Kamo tlinu uive it a beauUfiil, tlloaay ap
pesranec. Tho Crisper Coma not only euria tim hair, but
Invigorates, bruutflU'S Mid clcsuaca ll; ls highly and dc
llgblfully i i noni .-.I, ami ls Hie moat rompleto article ut
the kind ever offered to tbc Auurtcan public. Thu
Criapor Coma will bo sent to any addrcan. sealed and
pojiiiaid for (1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK At CO., Cliciulata.
No. 3 Went Faveur street, Syracuse N. Y.
Thora comctb glad tidings of joy tn all.
To young and tn old, tu gi cal and In ?mall ;
Tbo bounty which mire was MO iirocions and raro,
Ia freo for all, and all may bo fair.
By tbe aao of
For Improving and Beautifying tho Complexion,
Tho most valuable and perfect preparation in nee, far
(riving tho akin a beautiful pearl-llko tint, that la only
found lu youth. It quickly rumovcsTan, Free Ur?, Pim?
ples, Blotches, MoUi Patches, Kahownca?. Eruptions,
and all impurities of tho akin, kindly healing tb? aamu
leaving the akin white ami clear aa alaboatcr. Its uso
cannot bo detected by tbe closest scrutiny, and Wing a
vegetable preparation Ia perfectly harmless. lt la tim
only article of tho kind uacil bj tba French, and is con?
sidered by tbo Parisian as iudlapenaablo to a perfect
toilet Upwards of 110,000 bellies ?ero sold during Um
past year, a sufficient g.?aramco of lui olllcacy. Price
only 76 en,lu. Mont by mall, pun'.-paul, nu rceuipl ut nu.
BKItQER, HnrtTTll k CO.. Cboinlats.
2? River Ht., Troy, N. Y.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS CELEBRATED'
WATERING PLACE, having gono to great ripen-,.
aluce Ibo but season, lu changing tho poaltton of and re?
pairing tho COTTAGES, grading tho Walks and erecting
UCW Building?, together with many utliur Improvement'.,
will open THF.SPRINGS for Ute reception ol visitors on
Saturday, Juno 1st, 1807'.
Being situated in Um northwestern part of th? State,
In a country romarkabln for Hs besutty und healthful?
ness, tbeao, together with Hie virtues ut tho Waters, make
lt ouo of Ibo moat desirable WATEIIINO PLACES in thu
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE S PHI NOS ara the White and Bluo Sulphur, aoil
Chalybeate, and they possess sll (tie titie.it qualities of
these watara, and are sovereign remedies for all diseases
of the LIVER, BOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE spin Nil s ant acrauslhle by any of Ibu muds lead?
ing lo SalJabury, N. C., and at thal point tim Western
North Caro Una Railroad will convoy visitors to Hickory
Ktatlon, at which placa connivances are always In attend?
ance to take them tn THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, of Uia Medical College or Virginia, will lie
at TUE STRINGS tho entire Season, and Un abd a may
rely upon good altonUon. .
Having again secured tho servircs of Mrs. WHENN,
and modo ample arrangements for keeping a GOOD
TABLE, and tbo beat Winos, liquors ami Megara, and
baring engaged Smith's Rand for ibu Seaton, we safely
promise to all every convauleuco for pleasnro, comfort
ind omasamont thct may ba deslrud.
DUAHD PER MOVi II.$00 00'
HO A II II PISH WHICK. ls oo
BOA ll D PER DAV. 3 Ola
Children ander 7 years of ase and Nar?
rant* Half Price.
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
Por nexnovlng Saperflnoaa Hair,
FTHE LABI Efl ERPRCIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommenda Itself aa being an almost in
lupenaiblo article to femalo beauly, la easily applied,
Iocs not burn or Inlnro th? akin, but acts directly on thu
vola. It la warranted lo remoro superfluous bair from
ow foreheads, or from any part of tbo body, complolely,
ntally and radically exUrpaUng Uie um?, leaving thu
ikin soft, imootb and natural. Thia is Ihn only artlcln
isod by the Freneb, and Is fae only real effectuai depila
?ry In existence. Price 76 conU pur paoknge,' poa!
aid to any addroas. on ra.tapl of au order, hy
BBBOER, BliUTTfl Si CO., Chem Int?,
March SO ly 388 Troy. N. Y.
I ~ MIT ICK.
OFITOE OF THE CHIEF OF 11)1,ICE, j
Onaatnrcm, H. c.. May 4. 1367. j
FR BEGULaB INUPEOT10N OF TUB LOTH AND
In rio* ure?, vaults, Ac, --111 commenco on itonday
laal. Ot Inst. Owner* and oocupants aro hereby required
o ooo that their premiaos are In good condition and dwi
ll filth and garbage ta removed aa required by Or.lt
anco. OUiir Inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor GAtLLamo.
0. B. SKI WALD.
_?_Chief ef Polio.
OFITOE CLERK OF OOUN0H-, I
' ' . inly 24, 1967. J
rUNK-HHOP KESPERS AND PEDDLKRfl WHO
have mode application for LIO EN BES ore hereby
oUflcd to repeat a* th!? oOoa 1mm ed ia tn, v.
, . . W. H. Sil ITH,
inly %i Clerk of Council,