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Gov. Perry'* Speech,.
A NEW HEADING, FROM THE non. The speech of Governor Perry, delivered some weeks ago, ia thus travestied hy a correspondent of tko Boston Liberator: Address of Hon. li. F. Perry to Iiis Consti? tuents at Greenville, o'. C., before he knew tliat he refis Governor in jwsse. "Ijalways told you how't would he - There wa'n't no chance of breaking loose. You doubted; hut circumsnice! You've lost your egg and killed the. goose. But let me ten you privately, I could have wished you hadn't failed; You had, a? long us yo? were at sea. The prettiest craft that ever sailed, "lhat ever ?ailed or sunk,'' naya he, "Or sunk"-thc Honorable B. . F. Perry says reluctantly, This gouverneur maigre lui. "And how about your slavery? "What's niggers'worth, I'd iike to know? You've got to let 'cm all run free Prestissimo, prestissimo. The wretches, though, 'twixt you and ino, Will find their blessing prove a curse Front bondage into liberty Is going straight from bad to worse. " "From luid to worse; but nay,*" says he, "From good" tho Honorable B. F. Perry says decidedly, This gouverneur malgr? lux. "O, Union! truo was I to thee, When all around seeessionward Wort! tending, like a honey-bee That makes for clover on the sward. Yet, friends, I own that bitterly I grieve that we return again, With curving back and bended knee, Thc mates and not the lords of men, "The mates, not lords of mon," says ho, "Not lords"-the Honorable B. F. Jerry says regretfully. Tins gouverneur maigre lui. "Although you strayed from your alle? giance rashly, you were never knaves: You lacked my gift of prophecy, Im mortal, unsuccessful braves! And that, heroic generalis siins, who nobly led you on, The dauntless, spotless General Lee, Is fit to rank with Washington. "To rank with Washington," says he, "Or next"-the Honorable B. F. Perry says assuredly. This gouverneur maigre lui. "Bv-gone it is, and let it be The past that brought no gain to j-ou. Take on your cruel destiny, And wear it like a well-used shoe. But ah! the North's atrocity I would not have you e'er forget, Nor cease to recollect that we Aro loyal to the bayonet. "Loyal to tho bayonets," says he, "Loyal!"-the Honorable Bl F. Perry says remorsefully, This gouverneur maigre lui. "Is th is your boasted loyalty?'1 The nation cries, with wrath and scorn: "Sooner than mouth it, better die Ob! better nov?r have been born!" "Time was, 1 will admit," says bf, "The. word meant something els?': but, la! ?J.T10 times liavo changed quito latterly, And nous aeons change ella. "Avon change cela," savs ho, "Tout, ca," the Honorable B. F. Perry says, "to quote le dit If 11 medicin -maigre lui." NEW METHOD OF MARINO CHEESE. We have lately seen a method of making cheese, which is worthy of being tested by experiment at this season of the year, especially by those who have but a small quantity of milk. It is very simple and easily tried. The milk is set with rennet in the ordinary way every morning, and the curd separated from the whey as well as" can be with the hands. It is then pressed compactly in the bottom of un earth eui pot, and covered over with several folds of dry linen or cot? ton cloth. Hy this process, the re? maining whey is absorbed, and when the cloth becomes saturated, it is re? moved and a dry omi placed in its stead. In the course of tho day and night, this process removes tho whey as thoroughly as it can bo done by pressing. Tho next morning, the milk is prepared in the same manner and the curd packed closely upon the top of that prepared the day pr?, . ions; and the same method pursued in separating the moisture. This process j is repeated till you have a cream pot full of cheese. It is thus seen to be a , convenient method where the dairy? woman has the milk of but one or two cows. If it work well, it is an impor? tant discovery. If it fail, it need not be a very disastrous failure. It is a very successful way of preserving the cheese from flies and mice, as it can be perfectly enclosed and kept from such gentry, and from the air and light. We have seen but one experi? ment of this kind, and this promises to be a successful one. The cheese appeared as free from moisture and tis solid as that made by the press. The labor is much less, and the care of it afterwards comparatively nothing. In om' own family, a cheese has been occasionally prepared similar to the above, except, instead of putting it into jars, it was placed in triangular sacks made by folding diagonally a square of cotton shirting and sewing thc two sides together. The curd must, of course, be salted before pack? ing away, and the salt well mixed and rubbed in. It is then hung np in the bag to drip, and tho cloth is tied above the. curd to keep out insects. The salt is not added until a good deal of the whey is pressed out. Tin; size of the conical shaped cheese mude was . somewhat larger than the Northern pine apple cheese. Sizes too large would not be hkely to dry enough to cure well.-Editor Cultivator. THE CITY OF CO_OGNE.-This an? cient German town, which is now hold? ing an international exhibition, is growing with almost the rapidity of au American" town. Within the last twenty years it has more than doubled the number of its inhabitants. From the 06,000 it had in 18-14, it has, with- . in less than a generation, grown to bo a city of something like 140,000 in 1805. Trade is flourishing, and not a trace left of the 12,000 mendicants who, under tho ecclesiastical govern? ment, subverted as late as sixty yours agi), .used to infest the streets in a pro? fessional way and plant themselves at fixed stations. From the North-wist, thc coal and irop districts of the Lower Rhine are pouring a flood of riches into the ancient but very youth? ful metropolis of the Lind; in the South-west the mines and cloth manu? factories of the J?lich and Moselle* country have been rendered tributary to the commercial enterprise and the financial resources of Cologne; while the wine trade and the Rhine trade generally have here found one of their busiest and most lucrative centres, j Among the peculiar advantages of Cologne it ought to be mentioned that a Rhinelander, when he has feathered his nest and wants to enjoy his re- ? "mainiug years, will hardly ever retire to Berlin, but, if he likes town life at all, is almost sure to prefer "Colic." j SUELTOS, CAL\0 & WALSH, BULL STREET, HAVE juRt received from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, a largo stock of Which they will sdi as low as any otb house in thc city at retail. They are als?? prepared to accommodate their country friends with poods at a slight advance on Charleston prices. SHOES, Sec. Ladies' .SHOES, of aU patterns and sizes. Gentlemen's SHOES a nd BOOTS. Misses', Boy's ancTChildrens SCHOOL SHOES. Boys' BOOTS, double-soled. Men's linc French FELT HATS, black and colored. bailies' STRAW JOCKEYS and VEILS. HOOF SKIRTS, Ladies' WAIST BELTS. Men's HOSE. Ladies' HOSE. TRAVELLING BAGS, SOAPS. BRUSHES and COMBS, Tooth Brushes. GROCERIES. COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, white and brown. MACKEREL, LARD, CANDLES, SOAP, STARCH, RICE. CHEESE. SWEET OIL, SARDINES, MUSTARD. BLACK PEPPER. BUTTER. FANCY CRACKERS FARINA CRACKERS, in tin cans. LEMONS, CUMBERLAND SAUCE. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE, RAISINS. Wines and Liquors. CHAMPAGNE. Heidsiek. PALE SHERRY WINE. CLARET, Bordeaux. BOURBON WHISKEY, in bottles; also, by thc gallon. SUNDRIES. BROOMS, WATER BUCKETS. SEIVES, ('OPERAS, PAINTED TUBS, S KG A BS. ('hewing Tobacco, Blacking and Brushes. Rim Knoh Locks, Pad Locks. Prepared Lemonade, Matches, Whisk Brooms, Table Cutlery. "Window Glass. At.so, A largo assortment of TINWARE, (manu? factured by oneof Hiebest houses in New York.) to which wc invite thc attention of house-keepers. Sept 7 pi DAVIDSON COLLETE"', CHARLOTTE, A* C. 11HE exercises of thc College, and of the Preparatory Department connected with it. will be resumed on the 28th of SEP TKMBKR. As a measure necessary to the support of the Institution in thc existing derangement of its finances, the Board of Trustees have suspended, for twelve months, the privilegi of using Scholarships in thc payment of tuition. Tuition $20 for the session of five months, and Board .*1() per month-payable in ad? vance, in specie, or its equivalent in curren? cy or provisions. lt is desirable that Students should bring with them such books as they may require, also snell articles of furniture for their rooms as they may be able to transport. For other particulars address the subscri? ber, to thc care (for thc present) of Dr. E. Nyc Hutchison, Charlotte. J. L. KIRKPATRICK, Aug_22 Imo _ President. LAWRENCE: BALDWIN & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES and other STOCKS, BONDS, Ac, bought and sold on commission. DEWITT C. LAWRENCE, member N. Y. St"( Exchange. SIM1' ?N BALDWIN, Ja., member N. Y. 1' liolenm and Mining Board. CY ; ITS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED. ?je.! timo (FORMER EJ>EOOT <fe SULZBACHER,) WHOLESALE and RETAIL BEG to inform tho citizens of Columbia and the people of the neighboring country, that they ire now receiving, and have received, a grett variety of Dry Goods AND GROCERIES Of all descriptions, suitable to all seasons and all manner of persons. They have, among many other article?, fresh supplies o#*the following: GROCERIES, COFFEE, TEAS, (Green and Black.) SUGAR, (white ami brown.) MOLASSES, (New Orleans.) CHEESE, MACKEREL. CLARET WINE. CANDLES, Sperm, Tallow and Adam'tine. Crackers, Wine, Soda, Su^ar, Boston. Candies, Almonds. Brazil, Walnut and other Nuts. Soaps, Toilet, Castile, Fancy, Common. YVjJn every variety of Grocery. Copperas. Soda, Blue Stone, ?fcc. Spices-Cloves, Cinnamon. Allspice, Gin? ger, Nutmegs, Ac. Shoe Blacking, Brushes, Curry Combs. Horse Brushes. Ac. Knives and Forks, M?teles. Starch, Mustard. TOBACCO mt mm. Best SMOKING and CHESV'G TOBACCO. Spanish and American CIGARS. Of Tobacco for chewing, tie best Ander? son's, Solace and Honey Dev; all varieties. DRY ?O?DS* For Ladies, A fine variety, to which th? attention of the ladies is particularly requested. Wo have a tine assort incut of Bleached and ISrown HOMESPUN. MOUSSEL1N DES LAINES. English and American 1 "RINI'S. Cambric, twilled and plain. Hoop Skirts. Corsets. Longcbth. ! Calicoes, Worsteds, Coburg, ?c., suitable for fall and winter. Alpacas, black ami colored. Combs and Brushed, Tooth Brushes. Perfumes of every variety. Chalk Pearl Powder. Ladies'Shoes, Bootees and Tes of all de? scriptions and the latest fashhlis. Tuck Combs, Hair Nets, Witeifalls- all of the very last styles and pattn'US. Collars, Wristbands, Ribbon? Hosiery of all descriptions. English and Americun Gbvcs of the prettiest style. Hem-stitched Handkerchief^ Thimbles. Needles, Thread, spool, silk aid cotton. Hooks and Eyes, Veils. Ladies' Billet-.ind Letter Pa)Cr, ruled. Skirt Braid of all colors. Lastings, Whalebone. Belts and Belt Buckles and libbons. Pearl and other Buttons, fairy, dress and common. Scissors, Pins. Hair Pius, wire and gutta pircha. Misses' and Children's Shoe;. Round Combs, Wadding, Table-cloths. Ginghams, Lace- and Trimnings. Working Cotton,Velvet Bibbin, Elastic do. Gentlemen's Vaxiet's. Coats, (dressand frock,) Dints, Vests. Shirts of all descriptions, ever and under Flannel and Fancy Shirts. Drawers, lamb's wool and cotton. Hats, Stockings, Socks, Gloves-a great variety. Collars, linen and paper. Wristbands, Playing Card?*. Fine Tooth and Pocket Combs. Buttons, for coat, pants, vests, Buckle? for do.; Tooth Brushes. Boots and Shoes of all stylet and th? best qualities. Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, silk am cotton; Neck-tics of the latest styles. Pocket Books. Fancy Pises-American Meerschaum. Pocket Handkerchiefs, linen, silk ant cotton; Hats; Pen and Pocket Knives. Razors and Razor Strops. Suspenders e>f all styles. <. Tobacco, French and English style. Shirt Bosoms, Boy*fe Shoes. Best Kerosene! Oil, Watch Keys, Taylor' Twist, Glass Chimnies, best Ink, Gun Caps Tobacco Bags, Shoe Lace-s, Slate Pencils Umbrellas, .Children's GlovflP and Host Violin and Guitar Strings, Letter Paper an Envelopes and a vast variety of other arti cles, desirable to both sexes, which we hav not the space to enumerate. Apply at th old stand, in Assembly street, fo _ Sept ll_8?LZBACHER A CO. Cotton Wanted. THE highest prices paid for COTTON an for all kinds of COUNTRY 1TIODUC1 Farme rs and country merchants will find ; to the ir advantage to call and soe. Sest ll SVLZBACHEIt A CO. Charleston Advertisements. Medical College OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN^ - THE REGULAR COURSE OF LECTURES in this institution for thc session of 1865-1866, will be resumed on the FIRST MONDAY of November next, and terminate on the first Saturday of March ensuing. FACULTY. F. T. MILES, M. D., Anatomy. J. J. CHISOLM, M. D., Surgery. E. GEDDINGS. M. D., Institutes and Practice of Medicine. JAMES MOULTRIE, M. D., Physiology. HENRY R. FROST, M. D., Materia Me? dica. THOMAS G. PRIOLEAU, M. D., Obstct rio#and Di seases of Women and Children. -, Chemistry. SAMUEL LOGAN, M.*D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. Clinical instruction will be given at the Hospitals of thc city and at thc College Clime. Fees for tbe-entire course.$105 M articul?t ian Fee, (unce.). 5 Demonstrator's Fee. ]() Graduation F'ec. 80 Thc fees for instruction will bc required to be paid, in all cuses, within a fortnight after thc commencement of the Lectures. Au exceptions to this rule trill he made. HEN HY R. FROST, M. D., Dean. E. GEDDINGS, M. D., Trustee for the Faculty. Charleston, Aug. 8, 1865. Sept 5 tuS ARCHIBALD Gm?lfC?.r AND 126 and 128 Meeting Street, CHARLF:STON,S. C. F. A. YYILCOXSON, Agent, Orangeburg, S. C. EDMUND A. SOUDER A CO., Philadelphia. Penn. LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., Agents. Now York. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on ( ON SIGNMKNTS._Aug IS 2nio* FiBE km Mhmn% Insurance Agency ! TUPPER & LANE 163 MEETING ST., CHARLESTON, S. C., REPRESENT the following first-class companies: GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COM? PANY", OF NEW YORK. SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. PHOENIX FIRE INSURANCE COMP'NY, OF NEW YORK. MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. International Insurance Company, of New York. North American Insurance Company, of New Y'ork. With aggregate cash capital of over $9,000,000. Fire, Morine and Inland Risks taken on seasonable terms, and losses promptly set? tled. S. Y. TUPPER. A. A. LANE. For particulars, apply to ZEALY, SCOTT A P.RUNS. Aug l-l 26 "Assembly street. fllARLESTOX TO XEtt YORK. ATLAMT?S ?0AST Hail Line! THE new first class steamer M< . NEKA, Charles P Marshnian, Con. mander. Steamer C A M B R11) tl E , J. W. Balch, Commander, Will leave Charleston, S. C., direct for New York, alternately, THURSDAYS each we*?k. For freight or passage-having handsome State Room accommodations- apply to F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent, Orangeburg, S. C. ARCHIBALD GETTY A CO., 126 am] 128 Meeting st.. Charleston, S. C. LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., Agents, * Aug 15 2mo New Y'ork. Office"Gen. Sup. W. antfM. RT R.~ WILMINGTON. N. Cf Ac?. 24, 1863. CHANGE OF SCHF.IH'LR. ON and after SUNDAY, 27th, daily trains will run over the Wilmington and Man? chester Railroad, between Kingsville and Wilmington, as follows: Leave Kingsville daily at.7.33 p. m. " Wilmington " at.6.00 a.m. Arrive Kingsville " at.1.25 a.m. '- Wilmington" at.3.05 p. ra. There is daily communication North hy rail from Wilmington, and semi-weekly hy steamer. These trains connect with trains on the North-eastern Railroad, Cberaw and Darlington Railroad and Wilmington ami Weldon Railroad. There is a line ol' stages between Sumter and Camden connecting with these trains. HENRY M. DUANE, aug 23 If? . General Superintendent. W. B. JOHNSTON, HV&ct ?i ts X x-o, t o , OJice on Picken* street East end of Lady. WILL'Mterid to all official business br?tlght before bim; will also attend to drawing Up Deeds, Conveyances, Mort ga?es, Contracts, and othcr??>rdinary legal instruments of writing. Fair copies of any document ejocirted with neatness and de patch. ' - August 1 s By thc Provisional (ioTcrnor of thc State of South (u.roliiin. A PROCLAMATION ! WHEREAS His Excellency President Johnsun baa issued bia proclama? tion, appointing me (Benjamin E. Berry) Provisional Governor in and for the State of South Carolina, with power to prescribe such rules and regulations a? may he neces? sary and proper for convening a Convention of the State, composed of delegates to be chosen by that portion of the people of said State wiro are loyal to the United States, for the purpose of altering or amending tho Constitution thereof; and with authority to exercise within the limits of the State all the powers necessary and proper to enable such loyal people to restore said State to its constitutional relations to the Federal Gov? ernment, and to present such a Republican form of State Government as will entitle tho St itt- to tho guarantee of the United Staten therefor, and its people to protection by the United States against invasion, insurrection and domestic violence. Now, therefore, in obedience to the pro? clamation of his Excellency Andrew John? son, I'rcMUelit of the United ?"?tates, I, BENJAMIN F. PERRY, Provisional Gover? nor of the State of South Carolina, for the puipose ol' organizing a Provisional Gov? ernment in South Carolina, reforming the State Constitution and restoring civil au? thority in said State under the Constitution and laws of thc United States, do hereby proclaim and declare that all civil officers in South Carolina, who were in office when tho Civil Government of thu State was suspend? ed, in May last, (except those arrested or limier prosecution for treason,) shall, on tabing the oath of allegiance prescribed in tho President's Amnesty Proclamation of the ??Util day of May, 1SG5, resume tho duties of their Ottilies and continue to dis? charge them under the Provisional Govern? ment till further appointments are made. And 1 do further proclaim, declare and make known, that it is tho duty of all loyal citizens of the Stato of Smith Carolina to promptly go forward ami take the oath of allegiance to the United States, before some magistrate or military officer of the Federal Government, who may be qualified for ad? ministering oaths; and such are hereby authorized to give certified copies thereof to the persons respectively by whom they were made. And such magistrates or < ffifcrs are hereby required fo transmit tho originals of such oaths, at as early a day as may be convenient, to the Department of State, in the city of Washington, D. C. And 1 do further proclaim, declare and make known, that the Managers of Elec? tions throughout tho State of South Caroli? na will hold an election for members of a State Convention, at their respective pre? en c s, on the FIRST MONDAI' IN SEP? TEMBER N EXT, according to the laws of South Carolina in force be-fore the secession of the State;; and that each Election Dis? trict in the State shall elevt as many mem? bers ol' th? Convention as the said District has members of thc House of Representa? tives-the basis of re-presentation being population ami taxation. This will give e>ne- hundred anel twenty-four members to the Convention-a number sufficiently largo te> represent everv portion of the state.- mont fully. " , Eve:ry loyal citizen who has taken tho Amnesty oath and not within th?, excepted classes in the President's Proclamation, will be entitled to vote, provided he was a h-gal vnte-r und.-r the Constitution as it stooel prior tei thc secession of South Caro? lina. And all who are within the except eel classes must take-the: oath and apply for a pardon, in order to e ntitle them to vote or become members of the Convention. The members of thc Convention tin s" elected on the first Monday Iii September next, are hereby required to convene in the; city of Columbia, on WEDNESDAY, the l.Sth day of September, 1865, ior the purpose <f altering and amending the present Consti? tution of South Carolina, or re-modelling ami making a new one, which will conform to the great changes which have taken place in the- State, ami be more in accord? ance with Republican principles and equali? ty <>f representation. And I do further proclaim anel niako know n, that the Constitution anel all laws of force in ????nth Carolina prior to the seces? sion of the State-, are hereby made e:f force under thc Provisional Government, except where-iii they may conflict with the.- provi? sions of this proclamation. Ami the-Judges anel Chancellors of the State aro hereby required to exorcise ali the powers and pe-r form all thc duties which appertain to their respective offices, and especially in criminal . asetylt will he- expected of thc Federal military authorities now in South Carolina, to le nd their authority to thc civil officers of thc Provisional Government, for the pur? pose of enforcing the laws and preserving* the peace and good order of the- State. Anel I do furthe r command anti enjoin all good and lawful citizens <?f thc State to unite in enforcing the- laws anel bringing to justice all disorderly persons, all plunder? ers, robbers and marauders, all vagrants and ?die persons who are wandering about without employment or any visible means of supporting themselves. It is also expected that all former owners of freed piersons w ill be kind to them, and not turn ott thc children or age-el to perish; and the freed men anel women ar?; earnestly enjoined to make- contracts, just and fair, for remaining with their former owner. In order to facilitate as mindi as po&siblo the? application for pardons nuder the ex? cept?e! sections of the? President's Amnesty Proclamation, it is stated for information that nil applications mutt be! by petition,, state.g the exception, ami accompanied with the oath prescribed. This petition must be first approved by the Provisional Governor, and then forwarded te? thc Presi? dent. The h? adqnarters <>f the Provisional Governor will bc at Greenville, where all communications to him must bo a?l?lresscd. Tin; newspapers of this Stat?- will publish this proclamation till the ekction for mem? bers of the Conve ntion. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal. Done at the [L. s.] town of Greenville, thin 20th day of July, in the ye-ar of our Lord, 1S65, and of the independence of thu. Unite-el ?States the: ninetieth, ? B. F. PERRY. By thc Provisional Governor: WILLIAM H. PiiiiKY, Private Secretary. July