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VOLUME II....N0. 22S.1
CHARLESTON, S. O., THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1866.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Later from Karopo.
Halifax, June 6.?Tho steamship Africa, with Liver
pool datos to the 20th, has arrived. Cotton firmer but
unchanged. Salea 10.000 balen. Breadstuff? inactivo.
Lokdon, 26?Evening.?Consols 87@87>?; United
SUtcBFlro-TwenliosCS.'?OGC'?; Erics ilX(SH2X; IIH
nolfl Central 73@76>?. Thore Is a goneral improvement
On tho stock exchange. Warlike preparations continue.
Advlcos to tho 37th, r?o QuoonBtown, by the Africa,
mention that the three neutral powers have addressed a
note to Borlin, Vlonaa, Florocco and Frankfort inviting
a conference. It is believed that all will assent, but tho
reply of Austria has not been received.
Eosaorn is acting in concert with tho Italians and on
deavorlng to excite a Hungarian revolution.
Large arrivals of specie from America bad taken placo,
Which canscd a better fooling, and a reaction had set in
Additional Foreign News.
Wasiunoton, June 0 ?Tho consent of Austria to tho
European Congress has not yet boon given.
Reports aro current at Praguo that Prussian troops aro
advancing on tho frontier.
Konsum is concerting action with Italy, ?and endeav
oring to rslso a rovolntion among the Hungarians.
The Paris Bourse olosed buoyant.
Lord Cobxkt had been summoned from Paris to Lon
don for consultation.
It is expected that the Congress of the Powers will
assemble from tho 5th to the 10th of Jane. The Lon
don Timts says that tho result or the conference Will in
no event affect tho position of England. "
It is stated that the Prussians and Italiana named
May 28 for the commencement of hostilities.
Tho Austrian! are reported to have commenced en
An Italian patrol appeared upon the frontier of Caferu
and took away tho bridge on the Italian aide of the
Gon.GAnniAt.Di la said to have loft Caprcra tor the
The financial and commercial affairs of England show
groat depression. Iho pressure for money indicates
that the crisis Is not yet over. The London Times sug
gests tho issue of Interest-bearing credit notes to relieve
Among late suspensions are W. W. Cowubuoh, Ame
rican cotton dealer, liabilities o? ?150,400.
The Spanish Foreign Minister referred in the Cortes
to remarks in the English Parliament made abont the
bombardment of Valparaiso, and stated that Spain would
continuo to act vigorously If the South American Repub
lics continued the war.
At Bombay 620 coolies were burned In an Italian ship,
which thoy set on fire during a rovolt.
The Hero, from New Orleans, arrived at Bremen, May
Nine hundred bales of cotton have been landed on the
-quay at Liverpool from the ship J. L. Bogert, from Apa
iachicola. The ootlon was dsmsged bj Aro.
Case of Jefferson Davis.
Richmond, Juno A?The caso of Jefferson Davis
vas brought before the .District Court this morning.
Tho U. S. Attorney ssld that Mr. Davis was not in the
custody of the Court, but a prisoner of State. As At
. torney Qenoral Speed could not be present, he therefore
moved that the Court adjourn until October. Mr.
Bbaot said that his client wanted a speedy trial. He
'Waived all forms, but could not control the action of the
Attorney. Judge Undwwood said as Chief Jus tico Chase
expected to presido, and had named October as conve
nient, and M Attorney General Speed could not be there
now, he granted the motion of the District Attorney.
He advised the counsel for Mr. Davis to apply to tin
President for relief, as all power vested to him. Conn
Mr. O'Conor has an Interview with the
Washington, June 6 ?OhableaO'Conob, senior conn
eel for Jefferson Davis, had an interview this morn,
lng with the President and Attorney General Speed ii
reference to the case of his client.
Washington, June 6.?Tho President has Issued i
proclamation for the pmpose of maintaining the pnbll
and national honor, and warns all good citizens fron
aiding or abetting unlawful expeditions of those evl
disposed persons against a nation with which this Gov
ernment is at peace. He anthorizes all magistrates ano
othor officers of the United States to exert their authorl
ty to efeat tho unlawful proceedings and bring the oi
fendors to justice; and Gen. Meads Is also authorize
to use the military force to prevent the carrying out o
Prominent Feniunato he Arrested.
Washington, June 6.?By direction of the President
Attornoy-Qeneral Speed has issued a circular to Unit?
States District Attorneys and Marshals, instructing thei
to arrest sil prominent leaders of the persons calle
Fenian*, who may be guilty of a violation of the net
trait ty laws.
The Fenian prisoners at Buffalo have been released b
-order of the Government on their own recognizance, an
tho officers in five hundred dollars hail, all to appear i
Cansndaigua when required, and to subscribe that the
will not take np arms.
Official advices received here leave no doubt that
large body of Fenians still threaten Canada. Ore:
alarm prevails in Montreal,-with a momentary pan
and run on savings banks, (fold at a high pre mlum.
New Yobk, Juno 6.? Oen. Hookxb has issued ordo
to Intercept all Fenians, and several hundred we
caught at St. Albans. They were without commande i
and seemed abont to invado Canada on their own hoo
They were poorly armed, and depended upon citi/.o
Tohonto Jane 0.?News from all quarters to noc
report o vor j thing quiet. The exoltement Is snbsidln
Pardons toy the President.
Washington, June 6.?President Johhboh has pi
doned one hundred and sixty-one criminals. Numb
of political pardons, 13,881.
Cholera at New York Quarantine.
New Yobk, June6.?Cholera still prevails at Quart
tine. There were six new cases and five deaths yest
day. Eighty-seven oaseB still under treatment
French Troops to Ketlr? from At?xico.
Wabh.noton, June 6.?It Is understood at the St
Dopartment that a oontraot has been made by <
French Government with a Traneatlantlo Steamil
Company to transport, the first dstaohmmt of t
French troops from Moxlcj to Franco in Ootob
Marshal Bazaine will accompany this detachniont.
Races In New Jersey.
New Yobk, June 6.?Alsxandkb's Merrill, by Lexi
ton, won the Derby stakes at Patterson, yosterday. N
started. Time?3 minutes, 65 seconds.
New York Market.
New York, Jnne 6_Cotton firmer at 88 to ?Oc. G
ti?.. Sterling quiet at 10.
, The mall by the Nova Scotia will leave for the Soi
? IjAT?ST ??W TOM M1BEET.
New Yoke, June 6.?Cotton 88 to 40o. Sales 1
^,*f-,..%8mrm3a,?t- Co?rft8 ?te*!?. Holssses d
-OoldliiX. The steamships Alrppon and City of C
took two;mURon and twenty thousand dol?ais in m
and the Cuban, from Boston, took one million six h
dre J and twenty thonsand.
K^Voax, June ?.?The ?tewnshlp Monterey, t
New Orleans, has arrived at this port. "v""Te?'
High gals in this vicinity.
[We tako pleasure In laying before our readers the fol
lowing intorestlDg article, written by one of our lady
contributors, and commend it to all our fair readers:'.
Truly this Is tho age of changea and revolutions, and
fashion, changeable par excellence, has kept full pace
with the age. Great is the change which has token placo
within the last ytar. Tasto and elegance has given
place to un bounded extravagance Id ovory department
Wo will commence with the bonnet. This articlo of
apparel usod to consist of a crown, front, head piece and
curtain. Now it resembles a little saucer with two long
ribbon strings, and does not desaire tho name of bon
not. T bo smaller it is the moro fashionable, preparing,
we opine, for its final disappearance.
Wearing false hair has become so common no one
ever denes tho foot, and bo disfigured is tho head by tho
quantity now, that all grace and elegance of form is lost.
Far diff?rent waa tho idea of the classic Greek from that
of tho modem frismr, who thinks tho greater the num
ber of plaits, curls and puffs he puts on, the better.
But why ?peak of this? Tho Venus, with her beautiful,
gracefully shaped head, is now old-fashioned, and would
be laughed at in Paris or New Ycrk.
We will next say a fow words on the bod tasto dis
played in the articles of jewelry. Such quantities are
worn In the dtytime, and by very young ladies, too,
who Bbould never diBfigure themselves by using a pro
fusion of gaudy tinsel 1 People now wear jewelry as
tbey formerly made use of a flower or a ribbon, that is
to say, they change it with every toilet. Earrings are
made so preposterously long as nearly to roach the
As to waistbands, tho y are UtUo cuirasse?, partly gold,
partly sliver, mixed with camoos, lapis-lazulIs, and ger
netB, while clasps vary every month; and It la necessary
now to change one'a clasp every time one ohanges
But most absurd of all Is the use of a chain of small
coins, posted in a Bemloirole nnder the chin, the ends
being fixed one on each side of the head. Does it not
seem as if we were fast relapBlng Into semi barbarism,
in point of tasto?
As to the dresses, tbey are extravagant to exoess in
every respect, form, variety of color, and quantity and
quality of trimming. The more ribbon, lace, and but
tons yon can crowd on tho botter.
It is now the fashion to reverse the old rule of wear
ing the best outermost. The petticoats are mode of the
handsomeit silks, while tho skirt Is only alpaca, or some
But not only is It the fashion now to distort the fabric
with which tho form is clothed, bnt the fernste figure
Itself is likewise pressed Into the service. Until a few
months ago we hod thought the-wicked folly of squeez
ing the waist to wasp-like proportions was among
the things of the poat, and that in this enlightened age,
when every young lady studied physiology, snob bar
barism would be unheard of. But not so; never was It
carried to such an excess. We have been assured that
many young ladies sleep swathed round with bandages,
and laced la tight corsets. Wo betide them and their
future husbands and children.
We are shocked by the tortoro the Oblnese girl has t?
undergo, in the painful process of having her foot made
small and useless. How much worse to oompresi
i the waist until the ribs are pressed in, on heart, livor
and lungs. What a mltorabls future Is In store foi
these misguided victims of fashion. Beanty and grace
of form doubtless are very desirable; bat they should
i not bo purchased at tho price of health and comfort. A
i long lingering illness with dyspepsia, hysteria, or oon
: sumption, and a prematuro grave must be the Inevita
ble cons?quences of such suicidal practices. With thi
i strongest emphasis may wo aay here, Nature unadorned
, is adorned the most.
i All these excesses show alow tone of Intellectual am
t moral training. lo what a low ebb must religious feellni
have fallen among the votaries of ftshion, when w>
linda special toilet fora "yonng communicant," deeme?
a matter of Importance. [ Vide Fashion Plato In Le Ben
Ton for Jane.] We used to be skeptical In regard to th
' strong-drawn pictures of the great English satirist. Bu
' Lady WHrrruESEA'a chapel of ease Is here brought be
1 fore us in llvoly reality. And we would recommend a
a text to tho Rev. OH?MI IIonituak, when hepreache
bis sermon before the said young communicant, "Th
fashion of this world passeth away."
* Never did dress more clearly indicate the state c
e soolety than It does st the present time. Never hav
1 people strayed more widely from the old landmarki
Never waa a moral reform more called for than at thi
I moment. Tho stylo of conversation, the tono of though
!" the manners and appearance of all classes,?partlcnl srl
j the young,?cry loudly for reform.
Choleba?The cholera 1b on the locreaso on the ve
sels at quarantine off New York. Twenty-six new cast
have occurred on the Peruvian.
? The brig Bertha; twenty-one days from Ponce, Porl
a Rico, arrived at quarantine with a case of yellow fevi
'' on board. Two of tho crew died of the disease on tl
y The epidemio as yet shows no signa of abatement c
Lt the vessels. The following letter from Dr. D. H. Bi
iy ?ell, Depaty Health Officer, gives Information concer
In g them :
e Hospital Bbtp Falcok, l
II June 3, 1866. J
ie Cyrus Our??i?, President of the
With this please find report of tho changes in bospll
since the previous report. There ore twenty six ne
ra admissions to the hltpltal ship, and twelve deatks ha'
.g The brig Bertha, Captain Depleln, twenty-ono da
k! from Ponoe, Porto Rico, arrived here yesterday at noo
os 8he lost on the passage two men, and she has one nc
sick on board with yellow fever. There Is no place f
)o yeUow fever patients here. The hospital expressly pr
g. tided for those sick of this disease Is full of cholera ?
tlunts, and their number Is rapidly on the Increase,
Yon will see by the attached report that the mortal!
In hospital Is rapidly Increasing. A large portion of t
>T" cases sent hero are moribund. Every fool of room I
er the hospital ship la occupied by the sick and dying.
The sickness on the steamship Peruvian is largely i
tho increase, and unless wo can transfer her passonge
to some other place they must mostly die.
m- D. H. BI8BELL,
or- Deputy Health Officer.
Bio ht BaOntra.?-Our Northern visitors, who vt
Richmond the some as they would a menagerie, to e
510 the lions, msko very queer expressions sometimes in t
ilp hearing of old residents, that sound exceedingly fun
he to those who comprehend the history of Virginia, whi
er. very fow Northerners do. Saturday, a party of Norlhe
tourists, who ca-rled little notebooks and oiabori
pencils, drove around Capitol Square and made their i
telllgent comments thereon. Said one, with eye-gh
to optio, directed at the Capitol building, ''Tber
, ?" where the egg of treason was laid and hatched," i
recollecting in his Ignorance that the Confederate C<
gross first sat in Montgomery, Alabama. R?mers
another of tho nerty, "In that Houee of DeJoga
Patrick Henry, of the first Revolution, made bis gr
old spceob in which occurs thoexpresslon, 'Olve me liber
or give me death,' " forgetting in bis ignorance tl
ith the speech in which the sbovo celebrated quotation
ours was made in St. John's Ohnrch, on church H
and not at the Capitol, which was not then built. 1
600 marked a third of the party, passing the gnbernatoi
all. mansion, "Thore is the house were GoorgoWashiagt
ork the first Governor of Virginia, resided/' All of th
Did, were erroneous In their historic?; facts. If the button
tin Virginia Is not obsolete, an oxtra edition ought to
printed for tho information of oar Northern friends v
rom toko such an unbounded Interest in everything t
porta Ins to our antecedents and present history.
A Sad Circumstance at Bamberg.
B amurro, 8. 0. R. R., Juno 6,1880.
Editor Charleston Daily News :
Dear 8m : It is seldom we are called opon to ohronl
clo a moro heart-rending tragedy than has just occurrod
in our midst.
This ovenlng, between three and four o'clock, a ter
rific cloud aroso in tho west, accompanied by a fearful
tornado, which swept through our village, demolishing
ovorytblng in la track, trees, fences, be, and striking
tho building of tho Allen Lodge-, at that timo used as a
school-room by Mr. Robert Seabrook and his sister,
completely destroyed it, burying under its ruins ucvon
of tho unfortunate children who bolonged to the school.
It acorns that the chlldron were having a little party
among thomsalvoa, and were just in the act of prepar
ing some refreshments, when the tornado s'ruck the
building, demolishing It almost instantaneously, crush
ing to death those who were unable to get out. Through
tho presenco of mind of aome of tho larger boys, sev
eral of tho chlldron escaped, who would othorwlse un
doubtedly have been lost.
Tho names of thoso who wore lost are as follows :
Angus Brad ram, son of Major J. J. Bcabbtam; Hattie
Bradham, daughter of Mr. Hampton Biuuham; Eu
phrabia Huffman, daughter of Mr. 0. G. Huffman :
Elmoue Sanders, son of Mr. Jabez Sandios; Charlie
Simmons, only son of Mr. A. E. Simmons; Uhuaxna
Bentz, daughter of Mrs. Emma Rentz, recently of
Orangobnrg village; and Ohables Stewart, son of Mr.
Hanrrford Btewabt; besides soveral others more or
leaa seriously injured. Including the eldest son of Mr.
William Rennet, who was soverely cut on the head by
some of the flying timber.
Thus, at one blow, has our town been plunged in the
deepest gloom by one of the most awful visitations that
bas ever ocourred among ns. Hsd it bean grown men
orwomen.lt would havo been sufficiently appalling;
but to see so many little manglod and lifeless bodies
bleeding at once, was almost more than tho human
heart could bear.
With the bereaved ones we heartily sympathize; but
we sorrow not as thoso who have no hope, trusting In
tho promise of Him who has said, "Snffer little children
to come unto me and forbid them not." May He enable
us to bow to this afflicting dispensation of His provi
dence, and say, humbly, "Not my will, but Thine, O
Lord, be done." B.
[We are requested to aak that our worthy contempo
raries, the Augusta Chronicle <? Sentinel and the Colum
bia Carolinian wiU copy this aad statemont.]?Ene.
DF.nara or TBB War.?General Grant has ordered
the mustering out of six more colored regiments. But
17,000 of them will be retained In the service A num
ber will be sent to the fax West. Tho whole number of
negroes that were in the Federal service during the war
is 186,017. The highest number In servios at one time
is 123,150? moro than ono-half of the highest number in
the Confederate service at any tuns.
The following table, showing what amounts the people
of tho several Northern States paid for commutation
during the war, la interesting:
New Hampshire.,. 288.50?
Rhods Island. 141.30C
New York. B,?8i,7ut:
Now Jersey. 1,205,71*
Delaware., ... 416.iw
District Columbia. oe.ttx
Michigan. . 614,7<K
Riot im Golosboro'.?By tho Wilmington papers, o
yesterday, we learn that a disturbance occurred li
Ooldaboro, N. O, on Saturday, about one o'clock, be
tween some negroes and the police of said town. Tin
Wilmington Dispatch says :
Aoegro had been arrested, and, in default of ball, wai
ordered to prison, when he resisted, and somoof his com
radoB attempted to rescue him from Mr. Morrell, Chle
of Police. Mr, Morrell. it is said, made several effectua
shots at the negro who interfered, inflicting morta
wounds. The prisoner shot at Mr. Morrell, and in tun
Mr. Morrell returned the Are, and the negro was killci
almost instantly. We regret to learn that Mr. Morrell
who acted a most noble part in the matler, was several;
cut in several places by tho negro who Attempted to in
t, terfere, and who Mr. Morrell killed while in the die
charge of hi? duties as Ohief of Police.
* We learn that a nugro by the name of Galloway wa
Instrumental in creating the disturbance. This ma:
Galloway is well known in this community. We hes
that Galloway wade his escape. The negro that wa
ordered to prison was In a critical condition?not ei
p ectod to livo.
Gentlemen who give us the shove Information apoa
highly of the conduct of tho Major in command c
the Freedmen's Bureau on the occasion, and also c
Lieut. Granger, in charge of the United States guard f
Goldsboro'. These gentlemen are said to have acte
most nobly is the whole matter.
We shall piobably receive more full particulars in
day or two.
The European Crisis_In answer to an inquiry pi
by Lord Stratford x>r Hedcliffe, in the House <
Lords, on the 18th utt., the Earl of Clarendon mac
the following Important statement respecting tho Eon
It 1b Impossible to aggravate the gravity of the orlst
and I think that my noble friend was perfectly Justifie
In asking this question before the House separates,
can reply to his question that both official ana confide!
Hal communications are In progress at this moment.
yfl can scarcely, as yet, give them the character of negotii
tions, but they are going on at this moment, and I hoi
that they may result In a meeting together of all t?
Powera of Europe, both of those who art neutral and <
thoso who are arming; but I cannot hold out ? h or.
that they will terminate in peace, although I think thi
a meeting together of nil the Powers of Europe ins
?? give some hope of an amicable issue.. I can only st
De that no effort on the part of hor Majesty's ' Govarnmoi
will be wanting to bring abont such a result I bellei
also that this is the wish of the Emperor of tho Frenol
but In the pr?sent state of these comnnnlcatlons, 1
which, ss I have said, I cannot give the tame of negot
atious, I think it Is inexpedient to say more.
At Paris, on tho same day, a meeting of the Mlnlstoi
and of the Privy Council was held under the president
git of the Emperor, the Empress siso being present, <
[00 which the France newspaper (the Empresa' orgai
ny We believe that the subjeot nndsr dlBiussion at th
OB morning's Cabinet Council was the proposed Congres
m and we have reason to believe that the Unprotalon th.
?to psaco may still be preserved had not diminished.
tss The Baltimore Sun tbns describes the method of pr
b's duclng the "manic photographs," about which a goc
tot deal has been said In tho newspapers : Sheets of seen
>n- lngly plain albumenlzed paper, etch acmmpanied by
:c<l ploco of whito blotting papor, are preptred and sol
tea when tho latter is moistened with wattr, snd pressi
eat for a lew moments upon the first, a Mstlnot phot
ty, graphic print la caused to appear, which, if well wash e
sat will last as long as usual. The mode by which th
oo- carious effect is produced is thus described : A print
111, made on sensitive paper, In the usual May, except tb
Be- it is loss deep than tor ordinary purpoaot This is flxi
-lal without toning, by plain hypo-sulphate of soda; it
on, well washed, and thon immersed in tfcolutionof tl
em bichloride of mercury until the Image disappears e
r of tiro i y ; is once more well wai.hcd and dried. It thon s
' be pears like a olean sheet of albumen paper, and Is reai
rho for use. The blotting paper used to develop tho oth
hat Is simply saturated with hypo-sulphate of aoda ai
dried. It is rather a pleasant parlor amusement
r. , I bring ont theso pictures.
Thursday evening, May Slat, by tho Rov. J. B. Sea
MOOS, A. MoD. .WBAOG to LIVINGSTON 8., eldest
daughter of W. H. Wioo, Esq., of Beaufort, S. O. *
In Trinity Church. Oolurabna, Go., on tho nth May,
by tho Right Rev. Stxthkn Eluott. Copt. CHARLES
WOOD, of Charlnttcsvllle. Vs.. to CLARA FOR8?TH,
only daughter of OxoiioeHaroraves, Esq. *
DIED, on Tuesday, the Stb Juno, MARY, youagost
diughter of R. O. and M. A. Gilchrist, ogod eleven
months and one day.
j??-Tlic Relatives, Kri> nils and Acquaint
ances of tho family aro Invited to attend her Funeral
Services, at No. 37 Rutledgo Avenue, at half past Ten
o'clock, This Morning. June ?
Strict Observance Lodge No. 73, A. K. 1U.
At a Regular Meeting of the Lodgo of Btrlct Observ
ance No. 73, A. F. M., held at the Masonic Hall, on Fri
day evening, 1st June, 59S6, the iollowing Resolutions
werooflbred by Brother Lemuel Crane, P. M., mid af
ter belog seconded, with appropriate remarks, by
Brother Henry Bdist, P. G. M., wore unanimously
adopted, and ordered to bo inserted in the daily ga
Resolved, That in the doath of Brother SAMUEL J.
HULL the Maaonto fraternity of Charleston are called
to mourn the los? of one whom uprightness, love of
truth, and benovolence entitled him to the esteem and
rosuect of all with whom ho waa associated.
Resolved, That tho Lodgo of Strict Observanco No. 73
specially cherish the memory of our departed brother,
Inasmuch as he was one of thoso who founded it. was
always moat zealous and enthusiastic in tho promotion
of its welfare; and very many who aro now connected
with It continued through life and to the period of bis
decease to bo bis warm and devoted friends.
Resolved, That our departed brother wall illustrated
In his life and conduct that sublime principle of Mason
ic charity which ever ennobles and beautifies him who
practices It, and may be well aald to cover a multitude
Resolved, That ob a mark of our respect, and of our
deep aense of tho loss which wo have sustained, a blank
page In our Minute Book be set apart, and there bo re
corded therein the date of the birth and deceaso of our
Resolved, That a copy of these Resolutions be trans
mitted by the Secretary to the nearest kinsmen of the
deceased, and that they be published in the gazettes or
Extracta from tho Minutes. ARMSTRONG,
Charleston, June 7th, I860.
93- NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF PAST DUE
BOND8AND COUPONS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 80. CA. RAILROAD CO , 1
Charleston, Junk 7,1868. 1
The attention of Asrtles interested is lnvitod to the
following rosolntloj/of the "Executive Committee of the
Beard of Directors
"Resolved, Thai holders of Post Due Bonds and
Coupons of tail Company, Including the July, 1866,
Coupons, are reAueotod to make statements of the same
and leave them/at the office of the Auditor, on or before
the fix?t July next, with a view to tho pr?paration of tho
new Bonds <or exchange. If preferred, parties may de
liver their old Bonda and Coupons, and take the Audi
tor's receipt end obligation to give now Bonds as soon
as prepares, say to the 1st Auguit next."
June 7 J. R. EMERY, Auditor.
aWME88R8. EDIT0B8: YO? WILL PLEA8E
announce that I am not a candidate for Alderman in
Ward No. 1.
Yours very respectfully, ,
June 7 JOHN DEICHEN.
.WMES&ES. EDIT0B8: PLEASE ANNOUNCE
Captain 3. BAVENEL MACBETH for the position of
Alderman of Ward No. 2, to fill the vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Alderman BTAN, and oblige
Jone 7 thatn MANY FRIENDS.
?rMEBSRS. EDITORS : YOU WILL PLEASE
announce C. O. TRUM BO os a candidate for Alderman
of Ward No. 3, to supply the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Captain THOS. RYAN, and oblige
June 7 MANY FRIENDS.
AMTFOB ALDERMAN, WARD NO. 1.?PLEASE
announoe Dr. W. T. WBAQG as a candidate for Alder
man in Ward No. 1, in place of J. R. Macbeth, re
signed. , May 33
?"FOR ALDERMAN, WARD NO. 4.?PLEASE
announce JOHN F. O'NEIL as a candidato for Alder
man for Ward No. 4, in place of A. Oahbbon, resigned.
May 33 _
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and handsome PRESENTS OF BIOH JEWELRY in the
GOLDEN STATIONERY PACKAGE. 6 Jane 6
SXS-BOINEST & BURKE RECEIVE TH?
latest New York DAIIJE8 every ofterno :n. Price
?5- NOTICE.?ALL PERSONS HAVING AN?
claims oga:nst the Estate of the late Mils MABY COBIA
will hand them in properly attested, and any persoi
Indebted to the some will make payment to either of thi
ANN O. LAFAB, Administratrix.
Or to BOWERS k SILCOX, Agents.
May 81 th3
AW NOTIOB.-ELIZA O'NEILL, ADM1NIS
TBATRIX OF RBV. P. O'NEILL Of, MARIA T. Mo
EEWN, AND OTHERS.?Pursuant to the decree of thi
18th May, 1868, notice Is hereby given the Creditors o
the Estate of the Rov. PATRICK O'NEILL, deo?ased
to come In and establish their claims before mo, on o
before the lit of September next
JAMES W. GRAY,
May 31_th3mo8 Masterin EQutty.
93" A GOOD INVESTMENT?FIFTY CENT!
for the GOLDKN PACKAGE will be money ?well spent
For sale by aU Stationers. 6 June 6
93T IN THE MATTEB OF INFORMATION
IN REGARD TO DOCUMENTS LOST OR DE8TR0?
THE STATE 1 IN EQUITY,
OV I OOLLETON DISTRICT.
SOUTH CAROLINA f A bill to perpetuate Testl
Ex, relatione. J mony.
The bill to perpetuate Testimony in tho matter o
documents lost or destroyed, having been filed for thi
District?on hearing this bill, and on motion of LeROI
F. Y0?MAN8, Esq., Solicitor, It it ordered, Thatal
persons interested in documents of any descriptloi
lost or destroyed daring the recent war, the proof o
whose exiitenoe, loss or contents, or any of them, rest
in the memory of witnesses, and who deilro to hav
evidence taken and perpetuated In regard thereto, hav
leave to come before the Courts for this purpoio, b;
making ?written applications ander oath to tho Oomml
sioner, In accordance with an Act of tho douerai Assena
bly of the State of Sonta Carolina, entitled "An Aot t
provide a mode by whloh to perpetuate testimony in re
latlon to deeds, wills, choses lo action, and other paper
and records destroyed er lost daring the recent war,'
enacted on the twenty-first day. of Deoombor, A. D
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Blxty-flvs.
B. STOKES, 0. E. 0. D.
Commissioner's Offloe, Oolloton District, April 0,186
April 16 th?2mo
F NOT ICE_ITEREE MONTHS AFTE1
date, application will be made to the Elm ore Mutual In
auranoe Company for renewal of Certificate No. 183, fc
16 Shares la said Company?sold Certificate havln
been destroyed ?r lost by the fir? In Columbia?
1 March? tuSmo OHAfl. P. 8HIER8,
Charleston 8. 0., June 2, 1866. f
ON JUNE 3d AND AF1ERWARDH, UNTIL FUR
CHER NOTICE, tho Halla for Nortbcastr.u Railroad
rill close daily at 11 o'clock, A. M. ; oud In consequence
if a change in time of arrival of tho Northorn Mall, the
?ostoQiro wiU open ou Sundays at one P. M. for one
lour. STANLE? 0. TltOTT, A. P. M,
DRS. RAHUL & LiNAlT
ANNOUNOE TO THEIR FRIEND8 AND THE PUB
LIC that they have established themselves as APOTHS
0ARIE8 and DRUGGISTS at the NORTHWEST COR
NER OF KING AND MARKET STREETS. Thoir stock
has boon carefully selected by ons of tho firm, In per
son, and obtained chiefly from 80HIEFFLEN & BROS.,
and Dr. E. R. SQUIBB, Manufacturer of Specialties.
They odor a choleo variety of PERFUMERY, FANOX
ARTICLES, and FRENCH PROPRIETARY REMEDIES.
Special attention will be paid to the PUTTING UP
OF PRESCRIPTIONS ; efflclont clerks having been
sacurod ; and one of tho firm will always bo in attend
ance. Drs. RAOUL & LYNAH will also attend to thole
professional duties from this Store. May 1
Wonderful but True!
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Astrologlst and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, whllo In a
clairvoyant state, delineates the very featuros of the per
son you aro to marry, and by the aid of an instrument
of intense power, known as tho Psycbomotrope, guar
antees to produce a porfect and life-like picture of the
future husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marrlago, occupation, leading traits of character, be
This is no Imposition, m testimonials without number
can assert. By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
color of oyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
Btamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will r?
solve the picture by return mall, together with desired
Address in confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. O. Box 297, West Troy, N. Y.
Hostet ter 's Stomach Bitters.
Man wants a Tokio?no uncommon want?
And every year and month brings forth a new one.
Which, after cramming the gazottes with cant,
The age discovers to be not the true one.
Of such as these let their concoctors vaunt,
I'll sing tho BITTERS that have credit due won?
The world's groat Tonic, which no skill can better?
I mean the matchless BITTERS of HOSTETTER.
Doctors were living long before old Galen,
And since, exceeding learned, grave and sage;
But the stomachics thoy wero bound to fall in;
Success came not until this later age.
Now' is the era sick folks are made hale in,
And dread dyspepsia driven from the stage,
Agnes, remittents, headaches?real head-splitters?
Vanish like smoke before HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
Herbs, barks and roots compose the rare Infusion;
No mineral poison mars their juicos pure, ^_
And Rye's mt'd essence holds them in solution. \T,-~-/~^W
The taste is pleasant, the effect Is rare.
Ne'er have the Bitters yet proved a delusion;
Try them in time, and health and strength secure.
The dragon-slayer figures on tho label,
And they, like him, to Bave the weak are able.
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
Presenta to the attention o? Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Toothing, by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammations, will
allay ALL rAIN and spaamodlo action, and la
? SURE TO RE&DLATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves,
: Relief and Health to Your Infants.
We have put np and sold this article for over thirty
' years, and can say In confidence and truth of it what w?
have never been able to Bay of an other medicine?
5 NEVER HA8 IT FAILED IN A SIriOLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did w e
know of an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who
used it On the oonlrary, all are delighted with Its opa?
- rations, and speak In terms of commendation of Its
" magical effects and medical virtuos. We speak In thin
* matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe?
? rtenee, and FLBDOE OURSELVES POB THE FULFIL.
1 MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE, In almost
' every ?nstanos where the infant Is suffering from pala
r and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup Is administered.
Full directions for using will aooompany each bottle,
. Rone genuine unless the faa simile of O?RTIB a? PXB>
I KINS, New York, Is on the outsido wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 85 Cents per Bottle.
1 For ssle by
! KING & CASSIDEY,
KW HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB
RENBWER has proved itself to be the mostporfeot pre
paration for the hair over offered to the pnblio.
* It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurions
1 IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanseB tho scalp ?and makes the hair soft, loa?
trous, ?and silken.
9 It is a splendid hair dressing.
9 No person, old or young, should fall to uso it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
9 MEDICAL AUTHORITY.
* KB" Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rene,vier
<\ and take no other. R. P. HALL A CO? ?
* . . ? _ Nashua, N, H., Proprietors.
a For sale by all Druggists. Wholesale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
* Msrchl_thly* Charleston, 8.0,
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, )
Depabtuknt or 8or-rn Oakolina, ?,
3 Chabustok, a O, May 19 186&
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS WILL BO
j PAID by the undersigned to any person who will de
'" U - to Wm iho 0FFI0IAX' RECORDS OF INTER
MENTfl OF THE UNION PRI?ONEnfi AT FLORENCE.
8. a 0. W. THOMAS,
May 31 Brer. Llout-Ool. tudChiefQ. if.