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-ALWAYS ^G?IXST THE NEGRO.-Cop
perjohnson rebels and Democrats voted
0 against ?egro enfranchisement in Con
necticut; vofed iu Congress against col
ored suffrage in the District of Columbia
and in the nbn-recoMteucted States ; and
in the Legisiature at%Tashville against
negro voting in Tennessee ; and in Ohio
and New York against striking the word
white out of their State Constitution ;
and in Pennsylvania against allowin-j
negroes to ride in the street cars. They i
are always openly against tho negro,!
except whg? they set a trap to catch?hisl
A LECTURE^-Mrs. T. E. W. Harper
will lecture sit the Wentworth street M.
E. ?Olvarch onj Thursday .evening the 16! h
?ristant at 8 o'clock. Subject-"The.
progress of ajn idea." Tickets for ad
anissi?a 15 .ceints. Mrs.. ?farper has ex
.p??ence and reputation as a popular lec
S4 ANNIVERSARY OF THE
FRIENDLY UNION SOCIETY.
\ Charleston, May 7th 1S67.
The folio whig Officers were elected to
serve the ensuing year:
Joseph Dereel', President.
E. M. pjrray. Vice President.
T. h. Maxwell, Secretary.
Wm. McKinlay, Treasurer.
J. ?. Dei ce ; >
Thos. Lesesne; > Stewards.
Burial Ground Committee.
J. M. F. Deieef, j A. Edv.
E. White, j j B. Iv. iiuioch,
? m. P. Dacostcr.
Committee on RcYief.
CTohn WUson, I J. D. Johnsen.
HAYDEN LODGli No. 8, A. F. M.
Attend an ?extra communication of this
LODGE on Monday evening next, 13th inst.,
a: 8 o'clock. Punctual attendance request
By order W. M. E. Howard Jr.
; ?Sec etary.
GHBT THE BESr,
;DICT?O?ARY OF THE!
MAINLY ABRIDGED FROM
;I}R.\WJK. SOUTH'S DICTIONARY OF j,
THE BIBLE. j
Important Additions und Improvements, !
and Five Hundred illustrations.
?Dr. Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, pub-j
pished in lStfO-%0*& and containing, in io loree j
large octavo voluntes, ueai\v J.JJO pages, i> 1
ii work of acknowledged excellence; out hs i
size. cost, and scholarly etiaracter. mus? pre- ?1
vent any extensive circulation of it among j ;
the great mass ot those vvlio desire and neeu j
a-Dtciiouarv of the biUie. The ** Comm e-!
hensive Dictionary**' on whicn nearly two i
years of editorial labor have already been \
expei.dxh owe? its origin io a settled convie- J
tiou, on tue part o?* the Editor and Publish
ers, vf thc m ed of such a moditled abridg
ment ot'the ondina! work aa should ina.*?
?he results ol modern scholarship generally
Tue Editor. I*ev. Samuel AV. Barnum. 31.
A.. is well known among the graduales ot
Yale College a> au accurate and thorough j
scholar. His experience in 1645-"47. as me j
principal as>i?jtanlol tlie hue Prot. Goodrich, j
in tue revision! of W costers Diciionary (un- ,
abridged and'royal octavo eui inns), made j
him familiar vvUtlahe details of iexicograpny ; j
amt his subsequent labors as an othcial ex-1
pounder ol tue Scriptures, gave him a prac- j
tica! acquaintance with me wants ot the peo- j
pie in me held of Biblical knowledge.
Tuc Creaewj Principles which lia ve guided j
in the preparation ol me present work have 1
JU To make1 every thing intelligible to those
.who uudeistaael owly English, and to place
them as ncalUy as possie on :. level with
the scholars ?no are familiar with the origi
nal languages of the Scriptures.
II. To comie.sj tho greatest possible j
amount of valuable intortua ion imo one vol
ume of convenient si^e and moderate cost*
III. Toguaid against all influences hostile
to Christian fait h and love.
Hie page is somewhat larger than
that of Smith's Dicionary, and the type ot a
heavier face? and more easily read. .No pams
vcUi be spared io make me mechanical exe
cu ion accurate and beautiful?
The Dictionary trill be issued ia semi-niontk
ly numbers of 2S royal octaco payes each. The
tchole icork ucill probably be contained in about
PRICE OF EACH NUMBER IX A NEAT
? PAPER COVER. Thin? Cents.
D. APPLETON & COMPANY, Pub- j
4^3 .<? 445 Broadivay^ Ketc Yuri:.
Send for Specimen uumbers.
AGENTS WANTED IN ALL TAUTS OE THE
To NEWSPAPERS.-Any Newspaper after
InseMujg tliif advertisement 3 mo?., and no- j
ticing each ^nmber as it appears, will receive !
a copy of the book by mail post-paid.
Apr. 13 j 3ras.
Headquarters Second Military District, }
(NORTH CA ito LIX A AXI> SOUTH CAROLINA) \
?COLUilBIA, S. C., March 21st. 1SG7. )
[GENERALIZERS No 1.]
I. IN COMPLIANCE WITH GENERAL
OKDEKS Ko. 10, Headquarters cf the Army.
March 11thj 1807, tlie undesigned hereby
assumes command of the Second Military
District c?u?stittited by the Act of Congress,
Public No. OS. 2d March. 1867, entitled "An
Act for the more efficient government of the
rebel States.]' ' .
II. In the! execution -of the duty of the
Ctomman<fln? General ? maintain ttotecml
*y o&th? 'inhabitants ia their persons) mid
property, to suppress insurrection, disorder
panel violence, ^ig^^i^-?^caitse to be
! punished all disturbers of the public peace
! and criminals, the Ioca?*chil tribunals will
I be permittedto take jurisdiction of -and try
; offenders, excepting only such cases as may
by tiie order of the Commanding General be
j refered to a Commission or other military
! tribunal for "trial.
j III. The civil government now existing in
j North Carolina and South Carolina is provis
? ional only, and in all respects subject to the
j p ramount authority of the United States, at
j any time to abolish, modify, control or su
nerccde the same. Local laws and municip
al regulations not inconsis:ent with the
Constitution and laws of the United States,
or the proclamations of the President, or
with such regulations as are or may be pre
scribed in the orders ofthe Commanding
General, are hereby declared to be in force,
and, inconformity theiewith, civil officers
are hereby authorized to continue the exercise
of their proper functions, and will be r^pect- ?
ed and oJ)eyed by the inhabitants,
IV. Whenever any CivilOlHcer, Magistrate
or Court neglects or refuses to perform au
official act properly required of such tribunal
or officer, whereby due and rightful security
to person or property shall be denied, the'
case witt be reported by the Post Comman
der to these Headquarters.
V. Post Commanders will cause to be ar
rested persons charged with the commissi n
of crimes and offences when tim civil author
ities fail to arrest and bring such offenders
to trial, and will \iold the accused in custody
for trial by Military Commission, Provost
Court or o'jier tribunal organized pursuant
to onie?;s from these Headquarters. Arrests
l>y military authority will be reported
promptly, The charges preferred will be
accompanied by the evidence on which they
VI. The Commanding General, desiring
to preserve tranquility and oilier hy means
and agencies most congenial to the people,
solicits the zealous and cordial co-operation
of civil officers in the discharge of their du
ties, and ibo aid of all good citizens in pre
venting conduct tending to disturb the peace,
and to lin end that occasion may seldom
arise for the exercise of military authority in
matters of ordinary civil administration, the
Commanding General respect fully and ear
nestly commends to the people ami authori
ses of North and South Carolina unreserved
obedience to the authority now established,
and the diligent, considerate and impartial
execution ofthe laws enacted for their gov
VII. All orders heretofore published to
the Department ol' the South are hereby
continued iti force.
The following named officers are announc
ed as the staff of the Major Geueral Com
Capt. J. VT. Clous, 3Slh U. S. Infantry,
.Vet. Asst. Ailjt.Geu,and Aide-dc-Camp.
Ca pt. Alexander Moore. 3Sth U. S. Infant
i>vr. Maj. J. Ii. Myrick, 1st Lieut. 3?! Arr..
.Ville-de-< "amp and Act. Judge Advocate.
Maj or dames P. Hoy, Ct h U. S. hilt.. Act.
Asst. inspect. Gen,
lt vt. MajorGeueral ll. 0. Tvler. Deputy
Cluan i-rmaster Gen. U. S. A., Chief Quarter
BvU Brig. General W. YT. Burns, Major
and C. S., U. S. A.. Chief Commissary of
Bvt. Lieut. Col. Charles Page, Surg. U.
S. A., Med. Director
D. E. SICKLES,
Major General Commanding.
Official : J. W. CLOUS. Aide-de-Camp.
BARE CHANCE TO
Wholesale and Retail
Ko 2S7 & 2S9 EAST BAY, CORSER OF
Has always on baud a large supply of
Which will be sold at lowest market price
for Cash only.
KF* Strict attention given to country
orders and satisfaction gauranteed. <
JTMiiE undersigned respectfully inform^
j his former customers and the public
generally, that he has re-opened, for
the season, his Saloon, No. S5 Calhoun Street
opposite Elizabeth, where he will be happy
to ?erv? them. Having attentive attendant*,
his efforts will be to please. The quality ot
hin Cream is too well known for comment.
Families supplied a? usual in quantities to
suit, ar all hours. .
Pic Nie*. Maroons, etc., supplied at short
In all case?. CREAM, QUALITY and QUAXTI
I TT warranted.
No eharge if the Cream do'nt prove as re
! Booms. 339 King Street,
1 CHARLESTON, S. C.
OUR SPRING STOCK is how
ready, and comprises a better as
sortment of Clothing and Furnish
ing Ggods adapted to ihie meriel
than we have ever offerd. We have
given particular attention in get
ing up this stock to lightness cf
fabric, strength of material and du
rability of color, Much the larger
portion of our stock is made in our
own workshop, and we warrant it
in every respect equal to custom
work. We have Goods not of our
own manufacture, such as are usu
ally sold ready made, the difference
we shall be glad to show our cus
In fixing our prices, from which we
make no deviation, we have taken into
con ideration the depressed state of the
market and the universal desire to buy
We give below some of our leading
CHECK CASSIMERE SUITS - - SS.00
ALL WOOL TWEaD SUITS-11.00
ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS - - - 13.00
BLACK AND WHITE MIX CASSIMERE
SUITS, our own make - - - - 17,00
rilREE STYLES OF MIDDLESEX CAS
SI MEKE SUITS, DARK, MEDIUM AST)
LIGHT MIXTURES ----- 18.00
BLACK AND WHITE MIX CASSIMERE
SUITS - -- -- -- -- 22.00
SILK MIX TRICOT, DIFFERENT MIX
FINE BLACK GERMAN TRICOT
SUITS - -- -- -- -- 07,00
DARK BROWN GRAIX Di-POUPER
SUITS - -- -- -- -- 29.00
BLACK DRESS SUITS, ranging in price
from -------- $10 to 02.00
LINEN SUITS, from - - - S3 to 20,00
In addition to the above we have many
-ood st vies of LIGHT AND DARK
FANCY CASSIMERE, IN FULL
SUITS, AND IN PANTS AND
DRAP DFETE SUITS
MARSEILLES VESTS, White and Fancy .
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS of very fine qua I
HEAVY WniTE DUCK SUITS, *c. &c.
In addition to our usual assortment
of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS, we wish to call particular at
tention to our
We have made arrangements to have
our SHIRTS made by our own pattern,
and we think they will compare favora
btv in style and fit with any Shirt in the
THEY COMPRISE FOUS QUALITIES, $2,
50, S3, $3.50 and $4.
We invite the attention of COUNTRY
MERCHANTS and PLANTERS TO
OUR STOCK, which we are selling in
quantities at very low prices.
Sc PARKER, .
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
?AS COME -A.C3--AJE2STI
T MUSIC &c.
ITmklSS MUSIC SCHOOL OF ADMIKKD AIRS?
j [3 srill at Ins old stand, No. 37 Henrietta
Street; Charleston, So. Ca.
Joux T. HOPKINS,
Haren 10 (A colored professor.)
Warranted Garden Seeds
Flare been familiarly known to thc American
PuUic for upwards of three-quarters of a cea
THEY SPEAK THEIR OWN PRAISE
Dealers in Seeds
Vvhether Country Merchants, Booksellers.
Druggists, or Regular Seedsmen, not already
customers of the subscribers are Invited to
become su. h.
^G^HptVtt WHOLESALE J?KtCE LIST,
Published to die Trade Only will ho mailed
to all dealers who appty.
LANDRE VIVS ^URAL REGISTER
& ALMANAC FOR 1SG7
Containing numerous hints on Horticulture.
?viii be m 1 to all applicants who encloseing
a two cent sianp with their address to
PAVIP LAXPRETH & SOX,
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
M. T. tIEWITT, President,
?V. S. GRIFFITH. First Vice-president
A. S. BARNES. Second vice-President.
Kev. J IV. ALVOR1). Corresponding Sec'iv.
D. LANSING LAMBERT, Re Ording Secty.
San:l L. HARRIS. Gen. Financial Inspector.
Principal office. 87 CEDAR-STREET (Amer
ican Exchange Bank Building.) New York
Branch at Charleston, S.O.
Open every day, Sundays and Holidays !c
e4*rfO> from 10 A. AI., io o P.M. and 3 to ? e
4 r\4 r
i -:o:- J
DjrOHTS OF ONE DOLLAR OK MORE RECEIVED. . ?
htei?st payable in January and July, in 11
eaci }*<|lr' ! *
?Ml Aposits will be repaid with interest j
due w??n required. i v
JS)] t ie protits belong to the depositors, j I
Brat mes have been established in the ? a
priuci? il cities from New York to New Or- ! c
leans, mil accounts can be transferred from j J
one Bwnch to another, without charge or i'J
inter/iipting ihe interest, I c
Investments J re only made in securities of
the rated States,
Chairman Advisory Committee.
ffcANCIS L. CAUDOZA,
X, LTHAN RITTER,
Mardi 1G 1 y'r Act'-ng Cashier.
of East Bay and Vernon Streets.
Charles toil. South Carolina- jf
RftT. T. WILLARD LEWIS, A.
M.Trfident, Professor of Languages
and fyurch Polity,
J?jF, ALONZO WEBSTER, A. M.
Proj?soTof TJieology and Elocuton.
?J. M. G. CAMPLIN, Lecturer on
^Wp#W am* ZZwo* of Health .
M CHARLES P. WOLHAUP
TEff* Instructor in Scientific Depart
I ?? 0 : "..
Spri'? Term of Eleven Weeks commenc
i7ig Wednesday, March 27 18G7
pall I Eleven " ? " Oct 2,
Wirti" " " M " Thursday,
peaters ?f the 3fethodist Episcopal
Chttr? designing to devote themselves to
the &Tr*try, way be admitted as members
of ti'Slustitute, by recommendation of a
Quarry Couference or the Presiding El
Xiylp Free. Aid granted to those who
are rely and worthy.
Cf^y^ates for the Ministry in other Chris
tian DPdlCS received on liberal terms.
TOgWustees are determined to give to this
gcjiQ/fell the elements and efficiency ufa
first-ciis Theological Institute.
T WILARD LEWIS, H. JUDGE MOORE,
uosz? WEBSTER. JOSHUA WILSON*,
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AYER'S AGUE CUBE,
TOS TBA SPEEDY CUBS OT
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever? Chill Fever? Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache or Bilious
Headache, and Bilious Fevers, indeed
for the whole class of diseases origina
ting in biliary derangement, caused bf
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sequence of the miasmatic poison.si
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iricts, among which are Neuralgia. Rheuma*
tism. Gout, Headache, Blindness, To Schacht
Earache, Catarrh, AsthniaV Palpitation,.
Painful! Affection ef the spleen. Hysteric*,
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rangement of the Stomach, ali of which,
when originating in this cause, put Oil th?
intermittent type, or become periodical* ?)&
"CUKE" expels the poison from tba Mood,
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tile most effectual remedy ever discovered for
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est, and. moreover, is perfectly sale. No
harm can arise from its use. andthepfltflil.
when cured, is left, as healthy as if be had
never had the (fcc***. Can tUU he**??4?
any other cure lor Chills and JtaF?*f it ie.
true of this, and its importance to thom af
flicted with the complaint can not be overea*
ii mated. So sure is it to cure the Farer amt
Ague, that it may be truthfully said te he &
.ertain remedy. One dealer complains tatt
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COE'S DYSPEPSIA CUBE!
rHlS GRE VT REMEDY fOa At! *IS?a*a*
s the discovery of the Invention o/J5fiA?__.
uor ibr his own health, lt cured Cramp UL,
he Stomach for him w\?\c\* *m6ammat*m
id to nothing but chloroform.
The almost daily testimony from various
)arts of the country encourage us ta beliefs
hat there is no disease caused by a disorder*
id stemach it will not speedily cure.
Physicians Indorse and Use ft!
Viinisters Give Testmony to its Efficacy I
ind from .all direction we receive tidia*. ef eire*
It is sure to eure.
One dose will cvi.
Sick Headach I
It cured hundreds otease*
Headache and Dixzinenm !
It stops in thirty miaute?.
Acidity of the Stomach t
It corrects at ones.
Rising of the Food !
It steps immediately.
Distress After Eating !
One dose will remO-Vk.
Choler a-Merbua !
Yields readily to a taw doses.
Bad Breath, I
WU1 he changed with hali a
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