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VOLUME II....N0. 944.1
CHARLESTON, S. O., TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1866.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE BREMEN.
COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES,
N EW YORK, July 2_Tho steamship Bremen has
arrived with tlatoB to Juno 20.
Prussia and Italy had formally declared war
Tho Prussians ontorod Drosdon June 19, tho
Jiiug of Saxony withdrawal?: to Bohemia. His
army etTootod a junction with the Austriane.
Diplomatic relations havo boon broken botwoen
?Prussia and Bavaria.
The Prussians occupy Ilanovor and threaten
An engagement took place botweon the Prus
sians and Hessians noar Frankfort, in which a
regiment of the latter were almost entirely
The Austriane aro hourly expected in Saxony.
The States of Oldenburg and Anhalt have with
drawn from the Confederation.
A battle is expected near Frankfort, before
which place are assembled thirty to fifty thousand
Federal troops. The Federal plan of operations
is said to be for tlio reconqnest of Holstein.
Tho Austrians commenced hostilities, Juno l8,
'by croesing the Sileaian frontier at Gulima, and
firing on the Prussians. The latter have not
crossed the Austrian frontier, but the reports are
?hat they aro pushing towards Bohemia.
Thirty thousand Prussians occupied' Mooheru,
two miles from Loipsic, and subsequently the
Wurtzen and Rie a a Bailroad.
The British Ministry has boon defeated on an
amendment to the Boform Bill, which was carried
against the Government by eleven majority.
GLADSTONE communicated in consequence with
the Queen at Balmoral.
HVEBPOOL AND LONDON MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, 3 June 20.-Cotton hadldeclinod .'d.
to Ad. Flour had advanced 2s. Wheat bad ad
-vancod 4s. 6d. Winter Bed, 10s. 9d. to 11s. 3d.
Mixed Corn, 28s. 9d. to 29a. Boof had advanced
2s. Gd. to 5s. Pork firmer and higher. Bacon
steady. Tallow Is. 2d. higher. Coffee quiet. Rosin
inactive. Spirits of Turpentine dull.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 28.-Consols, 86 to 86 J. Five
twenties, 64$ to 65.
STILL. LATER FKOII EUROPE.
'."3S.?.1VAL OF THE CITY OF BOSTON.
NEW YORK, July 2.-The steamship City of
?Boston has arrived, with Liverpool intelligence to
Juno 21, via Queenstown.
Cotton had declined id. to Id. Breadstuff's
.buoyant and Provisions firm.
Tho defeat of the Ministry on the Reform Bill
will probably lead to their resignation.
THE ATLANTIO CABLE.
HALIFAX, July 2.-The Great Eastern waa to
leave the Medway on June 30, with a new cable,
And the laying of the cable will commence July 8.
LATEST FllOM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE CUBA.
NEW YORK, July 2.-The steamship Cuba has
arrived from Liverpool Jnne 23 via Queenstown
June 24, with three days' later news.
No collision of magnitude had occurred between
the bBlligeronts, but battles wero expected near
Frankfort and in Saxony and Silesia.
The first shock of arms will probably tako place
in Silesia. Tho Prussians have entered Austrian
SileBia. The Italian army crossed the Mincio June
23 without opposition, having given three days'
notice to the Austrian commanders that Italy
would, on that day, inaugurate hostilities. The
Italian Ministry has beon reorganized under
BICASOLA. It is stated that Cardinal ANOTONNIHA
has resigned, and that he will be succeeded by
.Cardinal Ai.TI KUI.
LIYEBPOOL, June 23.-Sales of Cotton for the
week 48,000 bales, tho market ruling dull, with
adeolino of ld.f^ljd. on the week for Amerioan;
Middling Orleans, lSjd. Sales on Friday 10,000
bales. Market closing firmer.
Breadstuff's firm, with an upward tendency.
LONDON, June 23.-Consols 85J@80 for money.
The bullion in the Bank of England has in
VERY LATEST BY THE CUBA.
LIVERPOOL, Saturday Evening, June 23.-Sales
of cotton to-day 15,000 bales, market olosing
-firmer, with an advance of ?d. to jd. Broadstnffa
arm, but inactive. Provisions quiet and steady,
LONDON, Saturday Evening, June 23_Consols
closed at 864 to 861 for money. Five-Twenties
>65| to 66.
WABHINOTON, July 2.-The Conference Commit
tee of both Houses agrood on tho Paris Exposi
tion Bil*, only substituting currency for coin. The
Bill goes to the President.
The Houso passed a r?solution requesting the
President to inform the Houso whethor the per
sons of loyal citizens of the. United States are
sufficiently protected in the Southern States, and
whether any additional legislation was necossary
to clothe him with sufficient authority to protect
all loyal citizens of States receutly in rebellion in
the enjoyment of their constitutional rights.
The Conference Committee arranged the dif
ferences between the two Houses on the Froed
mon's Bureau Bill, and the Bill goes to the Presi
dent for approval or rejection.
WABHINOTON, July 2.-The Senate has confirmed
?JOSEPH M. JSOKPBBRVB as Collector ot Customs
for Blohmoad, Va. The Chief of Ordnanoe, in ?
communication to Congroea, says that tho roton
tiou of Harpor'a Forry ?H not nocessary or advan
tageous to tim public interest, and advisos that
all public lands, buildings, and othor proporty
thoro bo sold, and that tho proceeds of the ?arno
be applied to tho construction of the Western
Report of the Itoasseau-Grlnncll Com
WASHINGTON, July 2.-Representativos SPALD
ING, BANKS and THAYEB, tho mojority of tho
Special Committco on tho ROUSSEAU-GUINNELL
affair, made a report to-day. Thoy condomn ROUS
SEAU for caning GUINNFXL, on tho ground that an
act of violence against a Representative ia an act
of insurrection against tho pooplo he represents,
and that ROUSSEAU committed an inexcusable
breach of tho privilogoa of the House. They,
thorefore, offer a resolution for hie expulsion,
whilo they recommend another resolution saying
that the personal reflections of GBMNEIX on ROUS
SEAU, in debate, merits tho disapproval of tho
House. The minority, RAYMOND and HAGAN,
whilo concurring generally in the views of the
majority, proposo that ROUSSEAU be only repri
manded. The/roport will bo hereafter considered.
Suicide of Senator Lane.
WASHINGTON, July 2.-Representative STDNKY
CLAUSE this morning received a telegram from
Leavenworth, Kansas, saying that Senator LANE,
of that State, shot himself through the head last
night, and died at nino o'clock to-day. Senator
LANE left Washington eight or ten days ago, and
at tho time complainod of being unwell; suffering
from nervous debility.
Arrival of the Mondia.
NEW YOBS, July 2.-Tho steamship Moneka has
arrived from Charleston.
N?w York Market.
NEW YOBS, July 2,12 M.-Cotton quiet at 86@37.
Cold 63|. Exohango 10?
NEW YOBS, July 2, Evening.-Flour advanced
10c.@15c Balea 9000 bbls.; State $G.GO??10.25;
Ohio $email@example.com; Southern $10.20@$17. Wheat
-Sales of 6000 bushels, No. 2 Milwaukee $2.10; No.
1 Milwaukee $2.60; White Missouri $3.30. Corn
advanced lo.; sales of 260,000 bnshola at 86@87.
Beef Arm. Fork firm; sales of 8000 bbls. Mess at
$32 35@$32.60. Lard dull at 19@21j. Whiskey
dull.. Cotton dull at 86@38. Sugar dull; Musco
vado 10J@114- Spirits of Turpentine steady at
82(383. Rosin steady at $3.00@$8.60. Petroleum
dull. Freights Arm. Cold 54j.
New Orleans Harket.
NEW OSLEANB, July 2.-Cotton declined 1@2
couta. Saloe 400 bales. Low middling 31 conto.
Cold 52. Bank sterling 65. Sugar crop eatimated
at 50,000 hogsheads.
Mobile Market, ?fe,
MOBILE, July 2.-Sales of Cotton to-day 250
bales. Middlings 32. Accounts from the interior
of Mississippi and Alabama are gloomy. Cold
aud ?ret weather has greatly impaired the corn
and cotton, and unless lhere la & great improve
ment there will not be a fourth of a orop.
CHICAGO. June 29.-Flour active. Wheat quiet at
$1 73@1 71 for Mo 1 at the opening, but closing nominal
at $1 71@1 7l>i ; Mo 3, $1 08@1 09. Oom Arm at 6?tf
to 66}?o for Mo 1, and 63 >? to 63o for Mo 2. Oat? dull st
31K to S2o for Mo l.and 29j<? to 30o for Moa. HiRh
wlnes dull. Mess Fork $32 to 33 25. Freights active.
Receipts-?800 bbls Flour, 11,600 bushels Wheat, 186,
000 bushels Corn, 73,000 bushels Oata. Shipments
3700 bbls Flour, 80,000 bushels Wheat, 830 bushels Oom,
90,000 bnsbela Oats.
MILWAUKEE. June 39-Flour dull. Wheat firm at
$3 04. Corn firm at 55c. OatB declined >i to }?c. Re
ceipts-3600 bbls Flour, 61,000 boshola Wheat, 18,000
bushels Oata. Shipments-1800 bbls Flour, 86,000 bush
els Wheat, 70,000 bushels Oats.
BT. LOUIS, June 29.- Cotton dull at 3Ao for Middling.
Flour unssettled at $6 60 to 8 for superfine; $10 36 for
extra. Wheat easier at $1 86 to 190 for good fall; $2 30
for prime; $2 67 for new choice. Corn higher at 66 to
80o. Oats stiff at li to l6o. Fork and Bacon unchanged.
WhiBkey unfettled it $2 20 to 2 21.
CINCINNATI, Juno 20.-Flour dull; extra superfine
$9 60. Wheat steady ; Mo 1 new rod $3 86. Whiskey
steady at $2 36 for freo, and $2 27 in bond. Mess Fork
$33 ; good demand at $32 60. Lard 91J?. Gold 161.
Kcv. A. Tourner Porter.
Many persons may not know that this estimable
and beloved clergyman is in the discharge of an
important mission at the North, the object of
whiob was authorized by the Trastees of tho
Episcopal Theological Seminary; and Bishop
DAVIS selected and delegated him to visit the
Episcopal Churches North to solioit their aid in
the efforts being used at home to re-instate and
again put in operation this valuable Southern In
stitution, whiob, in the disasters of the late war,
had been despoiled and ruined.
The nnmorons personal friends of Mr. POBTEB,
although never doubting his trae position, were
pained by the appearance, in two of tie daily pa
pers of this city, some weeks sinoe, of commuai
cations, reflecting, in rather severe terms, and re
buking him for sentiments he was said to have
expressed at eomo Northern assembly; if we re
collect aright, that he had stated that negro
suffrage would be granted ere long in this Slate, or
words to that o fleet, the reporter rendering his
vio wa most acceptable and cheering to the hear?
era. From whom and for what end the garbled
report of that addroas was culled and published,
is not worth the timo to inquire into.
We are now enablod to show npon what slondor
grounds this worthy gentleman was accused and
condemned, even by the crednlons. Tbrongh the
politeness of one of Mr. POUTER'S most intimate
friends, wo make the following extract of a letter
of his, one month old, and just at hatd, dated and
post-marked at Brooklyn, Now York, May 28.
Ho writes : "Of course I oxpeoted misrepresen
tation and suspicion and bave taken the precau
tion to pnt in writing all I had to say, in answer
to what we wonld do on the snffrago question. I
said I was no politician, and represented no one;
but that it was my impression that wo novor
wonld submit to nnlreraal suffrage, unless thrnst
upon ?B by the bayonet; bnt that" I thought in a
few yoars the same law would be passed in the
South that was in force in New York, making
property and ednoatlon the qualification for
voting, and that is my opinion." We deem com
ment unnecessary. HIS FBLENDS.
OBARUKSTOM, Juno 80,1866.
I.ICT'I'EII FRON THE ?oliv TU Y.
LONGWOOD, SDMTER, S. C, Juno 29.
Messrs. Editors: Au editorial in a lato uumbor
of THE NEWS contains so just and accurato a
diagnosis of the condition of tho whito population
of this country, that I havo thought it not amies
to furnish you with a few facts to illustrate and
corroborate what you havo writton. If wo had a
while population only, of courso tho same IAWS
and courts, whether controlled by despotism or
regulated by justico, would bo applied to all alike,
and however crushed and wronged our pcoplo
might feel, the peculiar difficulties under which
wo now Buffer would vanish. But thoro is a
mixed population, so intertwined in tho rolations
of capital and Ibbor, of employer and omployee,
that it is impossible to eoparato thom. And from
tho now condition of freedom, to which somo of
the froedmen in their ignorance attach unduo and
unreasonable importance, they sometimes pre
sumo to act and speak in a manner which neither
the law nor society would tolerate in white mon.
Boneo collisions ocour-and what then ? We shall
A small farmer living eleven milos below the
town of Sumter, and depending almost if not en
tirely on his own labor for tho working of his
crop, had occasion not long since to reprove a
negro woman in his employ; and roceiving from
her a great deal of impertinonco and abuse, rush
ed upon her and stabbod her in the neck with a
knife. Tho woman fled, and thus terminated tho
scene. Tho farmor is a very small man in bad,
hoalth, and the woman is muscular, strong and
woll-developed. Whether in committing the as
sault he was prompted by fear or ungovornablo
passion. I know not: or whether there were any
circumstances to oxcuse, palliate, or justify the
not. But he and the woman havo since been ar
rested by a military order from Columbia, and
conveyed to the capital undor a guard of cavalry.
Bia orop is in such a condition that, even if unmo
lested, it would have required his unremitting
efforts to koop down the grass, and what will bo
its appearance when, if ever, he returns, may well
bo imagined. In the meantime his unoffending
wife and children are left in an absolutely oxpos
ei and unprotected st ?to (living as they do in the
woods, and at some distance from any public
road), with minde harrowed by the wildest appre
hensions as to the result of his trial, at a point so
remoto from bis home and the scene of the oc
currence. And as tho country mails havo not
been re-established, they must probably remain
under the torture of ignorance until the final
award is made known.
Another case : On a plantation somo miles east
of the town which is managed by an oversoer, and
the owner of which is absent iu Florida, whero he
has an interest to which ho gives his personal at
tention, a negro woman working in the flold was
reprimanded by the Overseer for slighting her
work, whereupon sho raised her hoe to strike
him. He drew his pistol and fired, the ball striking
the hoe, and glancing, cut the skin of tho woman's
hand and arm, and during a further scuffle which
ensued, tho pistol was fired again, accidentally, it
is said, but in neither case inflicting any injury of
consequence. The parties to this affray have also
boon arrested and taken to Columbia. What be
comes of the plantation and the crops in the
meantime? The manager is gone-the woman
field-hand is gone-other hands may bo required
aa witnesses-from the distance and the usual
delays, some timo will elapse before they return -
the grass is growing, and certainly it is fair to
presume that if the negroes were slighting their
work while the manager was present, now that
ho ia away, they will be more apt to indulge in
sleeping in the sunshine' than working with the
hoc Under such circumstances, and with such a
proapeot, what would you give for the crop? In
my opinion it would not be safo for you to bid
And yet another : Tho superstitions peculiar
to tho African race still exist among some of the
freedmen. On a turpentine farm in this District,
a negro woman dreamed that another nogro wo
man had killed her child. For tho purposo of
averting the imaginary catastrophe by the so
vero punishment or death of the latter, tho
dreamer informed the husband of the accused
that his wife was constantly guilty of infidelity
with a number of the freedmen on tho place,
naming one in particular, as the most frequent
in his amatory visits. Instead of the husband
heating, -sending away, or killing his vife as
sho had hoped, he obtained tho assistance of bis
brother, and the two caught tho alleged offender,
tied him up, and boat him almost to death. The
sufferer, in a very bloody condition, came to town
seeking rodrcss; but the garrison had left, and
there was neither officor, guard, or Provost court
to take the matter in hand. The cavalry, bow
ever, have since taken him and his castigatora to
look at the ruins of our onco beautiful capital,
and in the meantime the turpentine farm loses
Cases Uko those might be multiplied; but such
as havo been adduced aro sufficient to show under
what wretched embarrassments we live. Con
sider what an interruption all this must be to the
(now moro than ever) vitally important industrial
pursuits of the country 1 Labor and its manage
ment withdrawn at the very timo whon most need
ed, and for a period which must be indefinite and
uncertain 1 True, it is not quite as bad as an ukase
transferring tho acousod offender to Siboria, but
I hare heard freedmen say that thoy would rather
bo shot than taken to Columbia, undor the cir
onmntancoB, at this soason of tho year.
Nor can any blame, bo attached to tho able offi
cer and accomplished gontloman, Col. GREEN, of
tho regular army, who commands at Columbia.
He is, unquestionably, but discharging his duty.
Thcso outrages must bo corrected and cheeked,
and whoro tho civil law is poworless, the military
moat interpose. It is our misfortune that since
the suspension of our two-third civilian provost
court, by the removal of the garrison, all the
oases whioh occur, and which aro alarmingly on
the increase, must be carried to Columbia. Tho
ueo of oold steel and Uro-arme, except whero
palpably in self-defence, is certainly repudiated
by the mas? of our community, and must be dis
continued. The sooner all parties loam this, the
bottor for both races. Tho highest interests of
tho country doruaud it.
Tho discloBuros contained in Dr. CHAVEN'H book
bavo vory naturally startled and shocked tho
country. That mo should rogard tho treatment
of JEFFEUSON DAVIS as a violation of tho laws of
humanity aud of tho national honoris natural
enough, but cvon at tho North tho samo impres
sion is beginning to bo entortainod. And this
fooling will expand and grow with every wave
which breaks against tho ramparts of his prison.
Persecute a man, and if thoro ia any good iu him
whiob ovon an enlarged charity can discover, you
givo him friends. Tho D'ENaniEN tragedy,tho mas
sacre at Jafla.tho divorce and othor acts of tho great
NAPOLEON, may havo shocked mankind; and yet tho
sympathies of tho world attondod tho illustrious
prisoner in tho protracted agonies of St. Helena,
and whilo tho ashes of tho conqnoror repose in
the Inv?lidos, a halo rests ovor the rock whero ho
died, which centuries will not dissipate. And al
roady an analogy is being instituted between tho
two captivos, their jailors, and thoir troatmont.
but how wide tho difference I Tho one fought for
empire-the othor for independence. Atrocities
blotted tho brilliant career of tho one, but cannot
bo justly charged against the other. And in the
case of our ex-Prosidont, the boautiful and touch
ing spectacle is oxhibited of the loving wifo of his
bosom, aa soon aa the long-withheld permission is
obtainod, flying to relievo, and comfort, and min
ister to her wounded mat o.
Tho nobler part of mankind io M and must sym
.patbizo ultimately with eithor the individual or
nation which may become the subject of oppres
sion. On this ground there is hope for Mr. DAVIS.
On this ground thoro is yet hopo for the crushed
and impoverished and oppressed white population
of the eleven excluded States.
I know that the world, that the great big world,
From the peasant up to the king,
Has a different tale from tho tale I tell,
And a different song to sing.
Dut for mt-and I care not a sin gio fig
If Uley say I am wrong or am right
I nhill always go for the weaker dog,
For the under dog m the fight.
I know that the world, that tho great big world,
Will never a moment stop
To see which dog may be in the right,
But will ahout for tho dog on top.
But for me, I shall never pause to ask
Which dog may be in tho right;
For my heart will beat, while It beats at all,
For the under dog In the fight.
Perchance what I've said I bad better not said.
Or 'twere better I had aald It incog. ;
But with heart, and with glass filled chock to the
Here's luok to the under dog.
In the town of Sumtor wo now havo, in addition
to the well-known and long-established Watch
man, a new weekly, the Sumter News, most beau
tifully printed by that vetoran and enorgetio pub
Usher, H. L. DAUB, and edited by F. J. MOSES, Jr.,
the gifted son of ex-Senator, now Judge MOSES,
of the Law Bonoh.
Will you do me the favor, Mr. Editor, to request
the Northern papers generally, the London Times
and tho Paris La France, to copy this letter en
tire. While it relates occurrences of an uplcaaant
character, it may be as well for them to know
that such things aro regretted and condomned as
sincerely by our poople generally, as by any
others upon which the sun shines. It may be
well for them to know to what embarrassments a
people may be reduced, and what disorders, out
rages, and other lawless acts must neoessarily
arise, when the National Legislature paralyzes
the arm of the State, and leaves one-half the
population without any law cither for their pro
tection or punishment, except such as may bo
found at a remoto military post. Alas ! they will
riot publish this lotter-but all the items it con
tains, and many, many more, I have reason to be
lieve, willaba given to their readers, with state
ments and comments quite different from what
truth and justice would require. But such is our
fate 1 Poor NAP.
CHILD POISONED BY SWALLOWING "PHAUAOH SER
PENT EGOS."-On Thursday, a woman named
Kearney, came near putting an end to the exist
enco of her ohild, a boy of elevon years of age,
by administering to him three "Pharaoh serpent
eggs" for worms, with which the child was af
flicted. Mrs. Kofirnoy, it appears, on tho day
mentioned, was engaged in cleaning a house for
a lady residing in Centre Park. In rummaging
the house she discovered a box of tbo eggs, ana
reading "serpents" on tbo cover, she at once
concluded that they were pills-medicine for
worms-and she pocketed throo of thom. These
she gave to the child, who soon commenced vom
iting, throwing up blood, and was mado very sick.
The alarmed mother ran to the houao where-eke
had been working, and asked if there was poison in
those "pills." She was told they contained deadly
poison, and without another word she ran for Dr.
Shipman, who repaired to ber house, and by
Eromptly administering antidotes, it is believed,
as saved the chili's life. It was very low last
evening. It will be u great wonder if the child
lives. Mrs. Kearney says she intended to tell the
lady for whom she worked that abo had taken
three pills from a box in her bureau, but did not
do so.-Rochester Union.
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY.
TUPPER & LANE,
IN PLANTERS' di MECHANICS' BANE: BUILDING.
No. 183 East Bay-street,
REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIB8T-OLAB8
COMPANIES of the highest responsibility, with Caab
Capitals of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
SEOORITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
PHGBNIX INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE OO., OF NEW YORK.
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW TORE
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS II IE NIC KIT LIFK
INSURANCE CO., OF NICW YORK.
SOUTHERN ACCIDENT IN8UBANCE COMPANY, OF
FIRS, MARINE and LIFE BISKS taken as low as any
reliable Company, and Loises promptly paid at this
A. A. LANS.SAMT. Y. TUPPER.
i Jone 36 ffuthaamoa
MAYOR'S OFFICE, ?
CHAULE ?TOR, July 2, 1866. J
AT TI?E SUGGESTION OF THE COMMANDING
OFFICER of tho Post, und to guard against disorder
sod violonco on tho 4th iuetant, ALI? BAR-BOOMS
WILL BE CLOSED ON THAT DAY, and all good citi
zens are earnestly called upon to assist in maintaining
order on that day. P. O. GAILLARD,
Juno 3 2 Mayor.
9ST NOTICE TO GUABDIANS AND TB?S
TEES.-OFFICE OF MASTER IN EQUITY, CnAM.ES
TON, 2d July, 1866.-Guardians and othor Trustee?
whoso hands aro on lllo in this ofllce, aro horeb? called
upon to submit and vouch their account H beforo tho
uudorsignod, on or beforo the 2d day of August next,
or Bulos will ho issued against thom, as required by
law. JAMES TUPPER,
July 3 tul Master in Equity.
?WCUSTOM HOUSE, CHABLESTON, 0. C.,
Coi.T.KCTOn's OFFICB, July 3, 1866.-Wednesday, 4th in
stant, being the Anniversary of our National Inde
pendence, the Custom Houso will bo closed.
A. G. MACKEY,
?-FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CHABLES
TON_CHARLESTON, 3D JULY, 1868.-To-Jiorrou?
being the Fourth of July, this Bank will bo closed. The
businoBB of that day must, therefore, be anticipated.
Jnly3_I_WM. 0. DBEE8E.
?rOFFICE CLEBK C. G. S. AND C. P.-OR
DERED that Friday next, the 6th instant, be appointed
ss Sentence Day and for tho call of the Contingent
From tho Minutes of tho Court, July 2, i860.
J. W. BBOWNFIELD,
July 3_3_O. G. 8. k C. P.g
mr CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP E. B.
SOUDEB are hereby notified that she is This Day dis
charging hor cargo at North Atlantic Wharf. All gooda
remaining cn the wharf at sunsot, wlU be stored at risk
and expenBe or owners. ABOH. GETTY & CO.,
Managing Owners and Consignees.
All freight ?mounting to flftoon dollars or less, must
be paid on the wharf before delivery of goods.
?ST NOTICE.-CONSIGNEES PER SOHOON
ER FRANKLIN, from Boston, are notified that abo ia
discharging cargo at ?now:; .?: Co'a South Wharf. All
goods remaining on the wharf at sunset will be stored
st owner's risk and expense.
JulyS_2_GEO. W. OLABK St CO.
?3-NOTICE -CONSIGNEES PER SOHR.
J. H. BDBNETT, WIXSOH, Master, from New York, aro
hereby notified that sho is discharging cargo at Eerr's
Wharf. AU Goods remaining on the wharf st sunset
will be stored at their expense and risk.
June S_1_H- F. BAKER * CO.. Agents.
mr CONSIGNEES' NOTICE-THE SHIP
BOUTHEBN RIGHTS, Captain BOBS, having been enter
ed at the Custom House undor the Flvo Day Aot, will
discharge her cargo at Accommodation Wharf. All
artloles not permitted will be sent to store.
July 2_BAVENEL & CO.
mr BRITISH 00N8ULATE_PORT OF
CHARLESTON.-During the absence of H. M. Consul,
the undersigned will attend at the Consulate at No. 60
King street. OHABLES E. WALKER,
Jnly 3 2?_H. M. Acting Consul.
J?-CHARLESTON S. C, JULY 2D, 1866.
The Warrants of Pardon, specified below, which wore
obtainedb7 us with others, from the President of tho
United States, on a rocontprofessional visit to Washing
ton, will bo delivered, free of expenie, at either of our
offices in Broad-street
JAMES B. CAMPBELL.
T. J. MOOBE, SparUnburg District.
JOHN MOORE, Beaufort District.
J. A. MoOOLLOUGH, Williamsburg District
S. 0. MEANS, Spartanburg District
FRANCIS LYNCH, Chesterfield District.
W. B. BOYD, Laurens District
A. J. BAMBO, Edgeflold District
T. J. DAVIS, Edgeflold District
T. C. LAW, Darlington District.
W. J. BAKER, Marion District.
R. H. REAVES, Marlon District.
J. L. JONES, Clarendon District
A. B. STOKES, Beaufort District.
B. Z. HERN DON, Abbeville District
G. F. WELLS, Newberry District.
R. L. HERIOT, Scruter District
O. P EARLE. Spartanburg District.
Q. W. BREWER, Chesterfield District
D. W. JORDAN. Kershaw District
mr PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE
SAMUEL GOCRPIN, M. D., will make payment, and
those having claims against him, will present them,
properly attested, to Messrs. RUTLI DOE & YOUNG.
Attorneys at Law. H. B. YOUNG,
June 19 tu6 Administrator.
ter BOINEST & BURKE RECEIVE THB
latest New York DAILIES every alterno m. Price lo
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ter HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB
RKNEWER RENEWS THE HAIR.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Restores gray hair to the origin? OOIOT.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Provonts the hair from falling off.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Makes the hair soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Does not stain the skin.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Has proved Itself the best preparation for the hair ever
presented to the public. Price $1.
For sale tay all druggists. Wholesale by
KING- & OASSIDEY.
March l8 tulyr? Charleston.
TO THE LADIES OF CHARLESTON.
LADIES PROMENADING ON THE BATTERY, ARS
respectfully Invited to call at FftARVH LADIES' AND
GENTS' ICE CREAM PARLORS, at No. 8 South Bay
Battery. The Ladlee' Saloon Is elegantly furnished,
and Is condncted In first class style-excellent quality of
ICE OREAM, no noise, no confusion, the quietness of a
private' bouse-delightful CREAM 80DA drawn from
Marble Fountain, with choice 8YRUP8. This Saloon Is
open every day and evening. Call and judge for your
selves. The upper balconies reserved for the espeolal
nie of the Ladies on Saturday afternoons.
GEORGE F RABY,
Janear 8 Sole Propristor.