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VOLUME II....NO. 287.1
CHARLESTON. S. O., THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1866
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
?LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA.
Halifax, July 18_The steamship Africa, from
1 .Liverpool July 7, via Quconstown, July 8th, has
Tho cotton market on Saturday was dull, and
tho improvement of Friday was lost. Tho decline
was caused by the anticipated failure of peace ne
gotiations. Sales 7000 bales; Middling Uplands
quoted at about I4d. Broadstnffa Armer. Pro
visions inactive. OonBols874 to 87J. Fivo-TwentieB
66} to 67.
Prussia and Italy havo acceptod tho proposod
armistice conditionally?Prussia maintaining her
present military position?tho troops to be sup
ported by tho countries occupied. Tho Aastrians
nut to inoroaso the army in the field. Italy to
occupy one fort rosa in the Quadrilateral. Italy in
reply demandod two fortresses. Vienna telegrams
roport a good prospect of an armistice for six
-weeks. Hostilities had not beon resumed. Tho
Austrians continued their rotrea,t without moles
Tho Prussians had advanced further into
Bohemia, and there had been severe fighting on
tho frontiers of Vonetia and Tyrol.
The shore end of tho Atlantic cable was suc
cessfully laid on the 6th inst. The old cable was
- tested, and found in perfect condition.
The Prussians gained another viotory, defeat
.- ing the Bavarians at Dinnback.
The people of Italy and Prussia are Baid to be
strongly opposed to the armistice, as they desire
-terms to be diotated to the Austrians at Vienna.
Additional Foreign Intelligence.
New Yoke, July .18.?A Vienna dispatch says
'that Gonoraltj Clam, Gultas and Kbaishaicju,
and Field Marshal Stf.kn, aro to be court-mar
Tho King of Prussia has orderod the release of
- all prisoners, paroling them not to sor vo during
A heavy oannonading was heard in the direction
of Kosnigratz on the oveniut* of the 7th inst., and
' it was thought that tho Prussians were storming
At Merlin a statue of Frederick the Second was
covered with laurels in honor of the vict ?ry at
A dispatch states that the victory against tho
Austrians was decided by tho army of the Princo
Boyal succeeding, by great efforts and forced
marohoB, in reaching the battle-ground in season
to direct tho attack against the right wing of tho
Austrians. Tho King decorated the Prince on
the field of battle with the order of military
The Tyrolose priests are inciting the peasantry
against Garibaldi by proclaiming his force
as bandits, and announcing him as Anti-Christ.
Washington, July 18.?The proceedings of the
House to-day were not particularly interesting.
A resolution was adopted to adjourn on the 25th
Tho Sonate passed the bill for bridging the M?b
siaaippi at certain points, with an amendment re
quiring the consent of the States on both sides of
. the river whore bridges are proposod.
.The death of Senator Lane of Kansas was an
i nounced in both Houses.
Albany, N. Y., July 18.?Tho anti-rent troubles
have broken out again in this county in a serious
form. The Sheriff, in attempting to execute legal
vprocosa, waB roughly handled, and his deputy
beaten and driven off by a body of men. One
'hundred soldiers will start with the Sheriff to*
?morrow to enforce tho law.
The Heat In the North.
Washington, July 18.?Yesterday there wore
'twenty deaths from sunstroke in Baltimore;
. thirty cases, bnt only a fow fatal, in New York,
.- and fourteen deaths in Philadelphia.
Departure of the Cuba.
New York, July 18.?The steamship Cuba has
?isailod from Boh ton, with $275,000 in specie.
New York Market.
New York, Jmy 18?12 M_Cotton strong And
-?.unchanged. Gold, 50|. Sterling quiet. Sight,
10.J. Registered Sixes of '81, 109}. Coupons oi
'62,107. Coupons of'65, 1053. Treasury Notes,
103S to 104.
'Cotton buoyant. Holders demand an advance
' Sales 150O bales at 36@38o. Flour dull, and 10 tc
25o lower. Southern drooping. Sales 300 bbls. al
$email@example.com. Wheat dull and nominally lower
Corn steady at 84@84}o. Pork heavy at $31.37}
Lard heavy at 18@20Jc. Ooffco more lively. Sale/
-of 10,500 bags Bio on private terms. Nava
.'Stores quiet. Turpentine 70@73o. Rosin $2.50(3
.$8.50. Gold 49j. Treasury Notes 103j.
Mobile, Jnly 18.?Sales of Cotton to-day I5(X
tbales. Middlings, 31c. Demand light, and mar
:kot in favor of buyers.
A little boyjmet with a shocking death in tin
down of Sbirloy, Massachusetts, a fow days aince
He was, with others, attending school, near wbicl
was a sand bauk, into which tho boys dug holes
into ono of tlieeo holos they thooghtloasly caueo<
this boy to enter, when they closed or filled up th
entrance and left him. The teacher soon afto
made inquiries for the missing boy, when sho wa
informed by thoso knowing the oanso of his ab
.sonco, that they had buried him in the sand bank
and which proved bat too true, for upon removini
the sand and dirt, tho little fellow was found real
ly doad, being actually buried alive.
The newly elected Governor of Texas. Mi
Thbookmorton, was a largo slaveholder befor
tho war. Ho was ia the Confederate army, bain
.promoted to a Brigadiersbip.
REW YORK. L.KTTKR.
[TOO? ODB OWN 00BBE3P0NDENT.]
New Youk, July 14.?If it wero poseiblo for Now
York oity to bo dull ("and if tho court knows ahe
Bolfitaro"), thon would I oxolaim with tho poet
"Now'a tho time, and now tho hour" for it to be
eo, and would ovon add, now is tho time, and now
tho hour that is bo. Tho hot weathor, which had
loft im for a while, has roturnod. Tho fashionablo
folk?, who had left us for a while to visit tho sovo
ral watering placea, have not roturned. Southern
era who como on hore aro immediately run off by
tho boat. Tbo theatres are poor, tbo hotels not
crowded, and New York oity ia at preaent moat
emphatically under a cloud.
But tho clouds of dullneeB aro already almost dis
persed by tho sun of anticipation?anticipation of
the pleasures that are to como in tho approaching
fall and winter aeasoua?of tho exquisito enjoy
mont to bo dorivod from witnessing tho masterly
delineations of the great Bibtoiu and of Edwin
Booth, to any nothiug of?or rather to Bay a great
deal?of tho feast of music to bo served up by tbo
indefatigable man, Mauetzee, in dishes of firet
olass Italian Opora ware, s prend ont to the pub lio
in the Winter Garden, which Max bas leased for a
period of six weeks, beginning from tbo 20th of
next November. Maretzek will servo out to the
public three OporaB por week, besides a Saturday
matinee. The remaining nights will bo sot apart
for the performance of Edwin Booth, tho great
The gentlemen who belong to the sooioty for
the relief of their neighbors' pockets of their su
perfluous cash, have of late beon conducting their
operations on euch an extensive scale that every
man looks upon every other man as a member
of' said association, and eonio aurions mistakes
bave occurred. I will "narrate" two incidents,
the details of one of which wore related to me,
while I was, in propria persona, an eye witness of
A few ovenings ago, while a respeotablo old gen
tleman was walking along Fifth Avenue, within
about a half dozen blocks of bis residence, he
found himself suddenly in collision with a pedes
trian, who was hiniH?lf wonding bis way in an op
posite direction. The sudden jar, which almost
knocked the old gontloman off of his aristocratic
pins and caused tho loss of his equilibrium, sug
gested to his suspicions mind pick-pockets and
the probable loss of his live hundred dollar time
piece; suiting tho thought to the action and tho
action to tbo thought, bis hands sought bis pock
et, and ho found that bis watch, which bad al
ways beon celebrated for going well, had now
gone. With stops "aa swift as meditation or the
thoughts of lovo" did our Fifth Avenue friona
turn in pursuit of tho stranger, whom he soon
succeeded in overtaking; then drawing a revolver
ho presented it to the other's breast, remarking
as he did so, "Qivo mo that watch or you aro a
The stranger, who did not relish tho idea of being
a dead man in such warm weather, bandod over the
watch and took ?Mis departure at a speed that
would have won a smile of approbation or a horao
laugh from the ghost of Flora Tomplo. On arriv
ing home, the old gentleman hurried np to bis
bod ohamber to givo a detailed account of his ad
venture to tho wife of his bosom?the sharer of
his joys, bis sorrows and his greenbacks?but
what was bis surprise when, on referring to the
loss of bis watch, said bosom partner informed
him that be bad left it at borne, at tbo same time
producing the veritable time-piece, and showing
tho old gontloman that he bad actually been
guilty of a daring robbery, and bad, by threaten
ing tho Hfo of au innocent atrangor, succeeded in
robbing him of a valuable chronomoter. It will
bo remembered that our valiant friend simply
domanded "that watch," whilst the othor did not
by any means understand the joko, nor see the
point of anything but the pistol. Tho Fifth Ave
nue highway robber wont to bed much disturbed
by the ghostly double-ticking of the legitimnto
and illegitimate time-pieces, and resolved to ad
vertise next day (which ho did) for the gontloman
whom he had threatened to transform into a dead
Tho incident which camo undor my immediate
coguizauoe is as follows : Last night, as I was
riding on the Sixth Avenne cars with a largo party
of Oharlestonians?amongst whom was ono of
your most popular and experienced young physi
cians, Dr. D.?whilat somo- of the party were
standing on tho platform, a man rushed into tho
crowd and grabbed Dr. D.'s watch-chain; where
upon Dr. D., not wishing to present his watch and
chain to an entire stranger, made a counter grab
' at the man, and there was a beautiful prospeot of
a regular engagement (Moultrie had come up as
a reserve), when the man explained that he had
grabbed at the brake and not at the watob; and,
in order to prove that ho could not possibly have
beon aotuated by the doaire to appropriate the
watch to his own uso, he explained (in Qerman)
that he was already the bappy proprietor of a
time-piece, which he proved by exhibiting a large
plated "turnip," or what we may call a vegetable
watch, worth about thirty dollars per dozen. The
man insisted (in German) and the driver of tho
car (in English) that ho had only gone to turn the
brako of the car, and that the grabbing of the
watch-obain was accidental?to which Dr. D. re
plied that if he had bad hie six-shooter about him,
the accidont mi^ht have beon attended with
Borious resulte. Tho gentleman continued to con
verse with himself, confidentially, in Qerman, for
some timo, and so beguiled tho monotony of a
long and tedious rido.
A curions divorce caae is now on tbo tapis,
I or rathor has already been brought up before the
Q Superior Court. A young lady, who has aeon the
r wrong aide or fifty summers, brings a suit of di
9 vorco against a y >ung lad of soventy, on tbo
ground that tho lad has been rathor too pointed
in his attentions to a Yery pretty little girl just
' out of her tcena. Tho case is rather complicated,
however, by tho aesortion of the defendant, who
declares that his better-half was some one else's
better-half at tbo time sho became his. Judge
r. Mobbeix bas not yet handed in his decision in
e this romantio caso.
g _he thoatroa ell running the same old bills.
Letter from Secretary- Beward Kndorslng
ttie PUlIadelphla Convention.
The following important lettor from Secretary
Sewabd, on tho proposed Philadelphia Conven
tion, we tako from our Washington oxebanges of
the 16th instant:
DEPAnTMEltT OF STATE, >
Washington, July 11. f
Sin: Excuso mo for expressing surpiiao that you
ask me whether I approvo of tho call of a propos
ed Union National Convention at Philadelphia.
After moro than five yoara of dislocation by civil
war, I regard a restoration of the unity of tho
country its moat immediato as well aa its most
vital interest. That restoration will bo completo
when loyal mon aro aninitted as roproscntatives
of tho loyal peoplo of tho eleven States bo long
unrepresented in Congress. Nothing but this can
completo it. Nothing more romaius to bo done,
and nothing more is uoc&sary.
Every day's dolay is attended by multiplying
and increasing inconvenionccs, embarrassments,
and dangers, at homo and abroad. Congress
possesses tho power exclusively. Congroas, after
a session of hcvou months, still omita to oxorciao
that power. What can bo done to induco Con
gress to act? Ibis is tbo question of tho day.
Whatovor is done must be done in accordance
with the Constitution and laws. It is in porfoct
accordance with the Constitution and laws that
the poople of tho United StatoB shall asaomblo by
delegates in convention, and that when so as
sembled thoy shall address Congress by respect
ful petition and remons tranco; and that tho peo
ple m their soveral States, Districts, and Terri
torios shall approve, sanction, and unito in such
respectful repr?sentations to Congress. .... ? ?
No one party could do thiu effectually, or oven
eeoms willing to do it alone. No local or popnlar
organization could do it effectually. It is tho in
terest of all parties alike, of all tho Statos, And of
all auctions?a national interest?the interest of
the whole people. Tho Convention, indeed, may
not succeed in induciug Congress to act; but if
tbey fail the attempt oan mako mattora no worse.
It will be a lawful and patriotio attempt made in
tho right direction?an effort to bo remembered
with prido and satisfaction whether it succeed or
fail. Tho original Union of tho Statos was
brought about by movements of the same char
acter. Tho citizen who objects to the Convention
is bound to proposa a bettor plan of proceeding
to effect tbo desired end. No otbor plan is offered
orevon thought of. Those who should oppose it
would seem to me to manifest at best nnooncern,
if not opposition, to all reconstruction, reorgani
zation, and reconciliation betwoon the alienated
masses of tho Amerioan people.
To admit that the Convention will fail would be
to admit that tbo people of the United Statos are
deficient in oithor wisdom or the virtue ncceaaary
to continue the existence of the Republic. I be
hove no such thing. A great political writer says
that government is a secular roligion, and that
tho peoplo of every country aro divided into
two classes, oach maintaining a distinct puli? ioal
laith ; tho ono class always fearing the very worst
that can possibly happen, and the other hopea,
undor every oircumatanco, tho very best that can
in any ovont happen. Without accopting this
theory as absolutely true, I think that all men do
f'enerally act from a motive to guard against pub
ic danger, or else from a positivo desire to do
good. Both olasaos may, therefore, favor tho
present attempt to restore tbo unity of tho nation.
I am, eh-, your obedient servant,
WILLIAM H. BEWABD.
Hon. J. B. Doolittle, Chairman Executive Com
? ? ?
Death of Col. A. G. Summer.?Wo regret to per
?oive, in our columns, this morning, an obituary
notico of A. Q. Summer, formerly a citizen of
Columbia, where he conducted tho South Caro
linian for many yoara. _<*rVaa a man of generous
disposition, was an able writer, and ?inducted his
journal with marked ability, during a stormy time
in State politics. Ho has boen out down in tbo
prime of life, while on a visit to his native State,
from his home, in Florida.? Columbia Phoenix.
The Orangtburg Situation.?Skinner ?b gone and
the School Marina are gone, and we are "left
alone in our glory." Who is to manage tho vaga
bond bods of Africa now? There is no Provost
Court at present and our farmers and planters
aro loft without any rodreaa for grievances com
mitted by Freedmen. It ia truo that it a colored
porson commit a misdernoanor or felony, undor
the recent orders from Qonoral Sicklos, be can be
arrested with a Magistrate's warrant and com
mitted for trial at the Court of General Sessions.
But if a Freodman breaks his contract, insulta
you in the street, or steals all your watermelons
and vegetables, you must either tako tbo law into
your own hands, or quiotly submit with a stoical
"indifference which wculd have rtfloctod crodit
upou old Socrate. Cato, or, earlier still, Job, when
be was told that bis crops hud all failed and his
cattle had been stolen.?-Carolina Ti ? es.
Caution.?In oonscquonco of tho outrageous
amount of midnight stealing in tho vogetablo and
watermelon departments, we understand that
many persons havo concluded to put Tartar and
Strychnine in their melons, as thoy cannot re
ceive any benefit from them themselves.
lOrangeburg C. Times.
A mass meeting of the citizens of Edgefiold and
Abbeville Districts was hold last week, at which
the" following resolutions woro adopted. Tho r?
solutions were preceded by a preamble setting
forth the distressed condition of the country:
Besolved, That the Qovomor be requested tc
oonvone the Legislature in extra session at as
early a date as practicable, to consider some mea*
boto or measures of relief for b- -i creditor and
Besolved, That until tho Legislature can act in
tho premises, we earnestly recommend to our fel
low-citizens a epirit of mutual forbearance and
constant efforts, as far as practicable, to adjust
their mutual claims in a spirit of liberal compro
Besolved, That a copy of this report and r?solu
tiona bo sent to the Govornor of tbo State, and
that they bo published in the Edge-field and Abbe
MaJ- LELAND, IttWIN HUTOHINSON,
H. W. 8tallwobth, ?APr. Jas. Don?,
J. P. Boms, J. S. Chipley,
Tnos. Chatham, N. Henderson,
J, H. Wideman, 8. P. Boozf.k,
L. H. Byxabd, G. W. Tolbebt,
Oapt. J. W. Perbin, Chas. Mat,
Dr. John Maxwell, Maj. Laobone,
M. Jordan, Col. Wm. Q?attlebadm
F. W. Andrews, Dr. Thob. Lake,
Mal P. MoKellab, M. W. Ooleman.
A New Source of Quinine?A papor read bo
fore one of tho sciontifio sooiotios of England con
tends for the existonoo in tho textura of animali
of a substance oloaoly resembling quinino. Hour?
Bonce Jones and Dr. Dupro found that anima
aubstauccs contain a substation which oxhibited i
fluor ese t-nco similar to quinine. This substanci
can be shown to exist iu tho living and dead tex
tures. Every texture was examined, and in every
one this eubstanoo occurred. Tho lonsea of th<
eye, from their transparency, are, above all others
most suitod for exporimocts. Tho animal quinoi
dine, as the authors havo named it, is procurot
from the other textures in tho following manner
The kidney, for instance, is troated with dilutee
eoid, neutralized witn alkali, and then oxtra-otot
with ether. Aa regards the amount of fluor o noon
substance in different parts of man, the kidneys
cartilages, liver, end lenses eof.m to contain moBt
bot no vory accurato estimation could be made.
Tho following clover article wo take from tho
Columbia Carolinian of yesterday :
A TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT.
Co l.iv.ur. CAMMJB, I
OoLOJtniA, 8. C July 19, 18CC. I
F. O. DtFonlain, Esq., Editor South Carolinian :
8m?linjor General 81ckles, Commanding this De
partment, has boon informed that 'a numbor oiCon
foilurato flags ?ero displayed in this city on tho 3d
Inst., on an occasion set apart to perform certain coro
monloB in honor of tboeo who engaged in rebellion
against tho United 8tates anil foil in battlo during the
war," and I am hero, undi'r his order, to investigate
tiio matter and report upon the truth or falsity of such
To that end, I will thank you to acquaint mo with tho
aourcooftho information unon wliloU was basod jour
artlclo in your issue of tho 5th InBt, in which yon spoab
of tho "Tomplo of Mourning," and of tho "Confed?ralo
liana boliiR placed theroln."
I am, sir, vory respectfully, your obedient servant,
13. P. Ft)C8T,
Brevet Col. and Abb? lus. G on.
Tho abovo communication canio to hand last
week, in tho absonce of the editor from tho city,
and as it rofers to a public matter, wo uso our
columns to givo publicity tj tho commonts it na
turally calls forth.
Answoriog tho Colonel sent horo from Hoad
qnarters at Charleston, to iuveatigato the grave
offence, we would stato that "tho information
upon which was basod the article in our issuo of
tho 5th inst., in which wo speak of tho Temple of
Mourning, and of Confederate flags boing placed
therein," was our own personal eyo sight. Aud
that there may bo no misunderstanding as to tho
language uttered on tbe occasion, wo reprotluco
tho objectionable paragraphs. Referring to the
Temple of Mourning, wo said :
"Twined aronnd its pillars, hanging from its arches
and Interwoven In every beautiful shapo, wero 1ho
wreaths, croasos and festoons already described, while
dotting the whole structure wero cards, b ?ring tbe
nsmos of the dead, peeping out among tho leaves. Hot
toss, small Confederate flags draped In black, crape
twisted aronad BwordB. which recalled the memory of
DeS'usaaro, Oladden, John son, Grsgg and Jenkins, and
a hundred othor di tails of beauty were thero to remind
one not more of the gallantry of the dead than tbe
affection of tho living."
And again, referring to tho silent encampment
of the dead, we obsorved : "As if by magio tho en
closure was filled with ladies and children, and
one hundred and fifty mounds of earth bloomodin
flowers and wreaths of green. Numerous little
Confederate flags, too, pooped out of tbe new cov
ering, to tell that, if in lifo the soldiers wore re
mombored, in death their cause was not for
To theso simple exhibitions of woman's love?
these little tributes offered by childron to the
memory of the dead?General Sickles lends so
much importance as to sond to Columbia a Brevet
Colonel of the United States to investigate tbe
oircumBtancea and learn whether "treason" be
really again rampant in onr midst. We trust that
officer has been satisfied. He need havo gono no
further tban the courteous officer commanding
this post, or bis subordinates, to have learned
that thero is no locality in tho South whero better
order, better obedience to law, and bettor mani
festations of loyalty to the General Government,
are observable than in this city of Columbia. On
tho other hand ho need only to have accosted the
the first woman or child mot on our streets to be
informed that if it is a crime to wear, in memory
of our dead, a Confederate flag over their hearts,
thon is every drop of blood that courses through
thorn dyed with the so-callod iniquity.
Tho occasion was one to call forth tbe saddest
reminiscences, and as orapo was used as an em
blem of sorrow for departed friends, so diminu
tive Confederate flags were employed to typify
sorrow for a lost cause.
Much as somo Federal officers may desiro to dis
cover evidences of disloyalty in the South that
shall keep upstanding armies and continue lib
eral salaries, wo think that in the present instance
General Sickles has shot far belov his mark in
taking the impulses of women and children as his
text for a report to Secretary Stanton on tho un
reconstructed condition of South Carolina. From
a BeaBt Butler we might have anticipated it?
from a man of tho world, like Daniel E. Sickles,
who knows something of lite and its sympa
thies, and who expects, young man as he is, one
day to doff his uniform and|hold high civil offices,
we had no thoughtrthat so small a mattor would
command his attention or excite his fears.
With such acute eyes upon us, one scarcely
knows where disloyalty ends and patriotism bo
fins.' We may be indicted for not celobrating the
th of July; or called upon to answer for tho colors
of our wife's ribbons; or held to account for a dis
sipation that leaves too much red at tho tip oi
one's nose. The day of small things appears to
havo como. We can only say, in conclusion, that
if tho commander of tho department will lcavo the
care of Columbia to Col. Groen, his officers and
regulars, now stationed at this post, than whom
wo havo not bad more quiet or courteous soldiers
sinco tho close of tho war, ho will bo promptly
admonished of any disturbance of the public pcac?
sufiicicnt to provoke the sending of a paragraph
to Washington, and wo h1u.I1 bo spared tho trouble
of writing editorials to explain why the ladica and
children of Columbia, ou a mourning occasion, ill
dolgo in the inuocout display of that which will be
remembered and respected for generations U
A Terrible Tragedy.?Indiana papers recori
a terrible tragedy, which took placo near Hey
nolda, in White county. A man named Bruremor
who had separated from his wifo on account o
somo domestic trouble, met her near tho town
accompanied by her little boy, when ho ?'row hit
revolver and shot her, two balls taking effect in bei
body. The fiend then threatened to shoot tin
boy if ho did not clear out, and tho little folio??
started for town. Brummer, thinking he hac
killed his wifo, shot himself, and died, it is sup
posed, instantly, falling aoross the body of the wo
man. The woman's clothes caught fire, and wort
burned completely off, so that when assistance
reached them, half an hour afterward, bhe wat
completely naked, and tbe flesh in many placet
burned to tbe bono. The poor woman lived unti
about 4 o'clock in tho afternoon, suffering intens?
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A A LAMB.BAM'L Y. TUPPBB
Juno a 0 tuthalmoa
DIED, in this city, yesterday, 18th Inst., in tho 16tb
year of her ago, after a short and palniul illness, MA
TILDA LOUISA, eloest daughter of J. T. Welsman.
49- Tho Friends and Acquaintances of Jam km Wels
man, of 3. T. Welpman, and of the family, aro Invited
to attend tho Funeral Sorvlco, at 8*. Philip's Chnrch,
This Morning, at Ton o'clook. July 19
DIED, in Charleston, 8. 0., on ?ho 10th of July, I860,
Mrs. ELI.KN MACH?N, wife of M. W. Machn, aftor a
long and painful illni as, which i-lio boro ?vilo CbrHtian
pattonco. hin' has leit a husband and child and two
aged parents to mourn lier loss. Blio went down whllo
it was yot day, after ki-vit.iI months' rotlretucut, to riso
?Rain to tho Moat High *
Tribute of It. -.pi . t.
At a meeting of llio Olee Club, held July 1C, 1866, tlio
following Preamble and KcboIuUoub wore unanimously
A hind, loving and trUtUng henrt has ceased to throb;
endeared, lovine from tho Impulses of his own gontlo
naturo, and triiBtful of all mankind, as he himself was
unaffectedly truthful, ho lived and moved amoagft mon,
In tho quiet and unpretending performance of his du
ties, unconscious of his worth and us'-fulness.
Soldo? havo sorr awing friends stood around tho grave
of a fall?n associate, for whom tliolr memories supplied
a moro grateful record than that which consecrates tho
namo of ROBERT 3. LOUD, Etq.
No eulogy is nocossary to revivo or socuro the recol
lection of bis virtuos, and wo only offer a tribute of sin
cero love to the memory of a departed friend, whose
llfo, undisturbed by tho yearnings of ambition, move!
In a serene course, and gave the best affections of a
manly heart, and tho unselfish oxorciao of tho kindliest
offices of life, to all within the sphoro of his Influonce.
Our motlior earth has again and again taken back to
hor bosom tho sons whobavo finished their conree; but
only at rare Intervals docs her gent?o breast cover from
mortal oyos a child whoso equable tomporament, affec
tiomito disposition, and winning simplicity of diame
ter, leavos so achinga void In the hearts of surviving
Oh I long for htm shall
?'Remembrance wake, with all ber busy brain,
Swell at heart, and turn the past to pain."
Theroforo, be It?
Resolved, Thai In the demise- of our lamented friend
and associate, this Club has sustained an Irreparable
loss, which nothing but time can assuage.
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings bo sent to
the family of the deceased, accomtanied with our sin
cero sj iiiiiutliy in their irreparable affliction.
Resolved, That a blank page ot our minutes be In
scribed to the memory of our lamented associate.
Resolved, Tbat tbo proceedings of this meeting be
publishod in tho dally journals.
By order of the President.
E. NORTH, Secretary
e_-NOTICE.?ALL DEMANBS AGAIN8T THB
bark MARY must bo presented at our office before 12
o'clock This Day, or thoy will not be paid.
J uly 10 1 _RAVENEL k CO.
??-NOTICE.?THE CONSIGNEES OF GO BAGS
Bice and 50 boxes Mustard, received per ateamor from
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??-FINAL NOTICE?ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against tho Estate of tho late SOLOMON E. LE
OABE, of Charleston, P. 0., are hereby notifltd to pre
sent them, properly attested, to the subscriber, wllblu
throe months horn date horoof, or thoy will bo debarred
payment. SOLOMON LEGARE,
July 19 thS*_Administrator.
03- NOTICE 18 HEREBY GiVEN THAT AT
tho next Regular Sesaion of the Legislature of South
Carolina, application will be made for an Act to incor
porate the WALTEUBORO' MALE ACADEMY.
Waltorboro*. S. 0? July 19,1866.
j93rUNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE FRENCH
Consulate office will be found at No. 8 RUTLEIX?E
AVENUE. 3_July 18
ear DISINFECTANTS GRATIS!?THE CITI
ZENS of Charleston can be supplied with CHLORIDE
OF LIME and COPPERAS, without oost, by applving at
the Ropor Hospital, or to the City Registrar, Dr. GEO.
8. PELSER, No. 117 COMINO STREBT.
~ttsr .NOTICE.?ELIZA O'NEILL, ADMlNflS
TRATRIX OF REV. P. O'NEILL vs. MARIA T. Mo
KEWN, AND OTHERS.?Pursuant to the deoreo of the
18th May, 1866, notice is hereby given the Creditors o?
the Estato of the Rov. PATRICK O'NEILL, deceased,
to come in and establish tliolr claims bofore mo, on or
boforo the 1st of September next.
JAMES W. GHAT,
May 31 th3mob_ Master in Equity.
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