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VOLUME IT....N0. 3031
CHARLESTON, S. C, TUESDAY. AUGUST 7, 1866.
PRIOF five c_:mts.
LATEST FROM EUROTE.
HABEAS COI.PUS IN IRELAND.
London, -"trust 1 -Tile bill for tho removal of
the suspension of tho writ of habeas corjws in
Irolantl wa? read a second timo in the Houao of
Commons last Dight,
Mr. Gladstone, iu a sponch, supporte?1 the
Government, and warmly praised tho treatment
accordod to tho Foniaus by tho American Gov
Mr. Magaw'h (?) resolutions ajiauiut tho bill
woro nogatived by a voto of 105 nguiiist 31.
The Froneh Ambassador to England left for
Techy last night, by command, to seo tho Em
Advices from the Beat of war stato that the
Prussian troopB have ontorcd Monheim and Heid
[Tho Pross aro indebted to Mr. Cyuus W. Field
for the foregoing dispatches.]
Ir AT K11 FHOM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE GERMANIA.
New Vohk, August 6.-The Germania bas
arrived, bringing dates to the 25th.
Austria baa accepted tbe preliminaries of peace
.nbmittcd by Prussia. Tho Plenipotentiaries
assembled at tho Prussian headquarters to negoti
ate tbe armistioo.
The Prussian propositions, which aro approved
by Franco, are, that Austria is to rocognizo tho
dissolution of tho former Gr-rcunn Bund, and that
a now Confederation is to be organized, from
which Austria ia oxcludod. Austria agrees to
this. North Germany is to form a Union. Prus
sia accepts fc-cnloawig as part, payment by Austria
of war expenses. The integrity of Austria is to
be maintained, excepting as regards Venetia.
PruBBia intends annexing territory containing
tbreo millions of people.
Manteuefel iusistB on the immediate payment
of 25,000,000 florina ($10,000,000), in default of
which be threatens to deliver up Frankfort to
pillage. The city has solicited tho intervention of
Napoleon and tho English Cabinet.
lu the Houuo o? Commons, ou the 23d, Lord
Stanley acknowledged, to tho fullest extent, the
friendly and bonorablo conduct of the United
StutoB during tho Feuion raids, but deolinod
clving an opinion regarding submitting the Ala
-?ama danns U-.urbitration, as the diaouBSiou of
e claim-* h- >booii closed some time ago, and
? h_d uQ___*m_^__z' vc?! niooo tho'p.r*s?_t Govern
.?& ..-& '\' *
\Vuslilii?.;uiii JXevva. ' s.
Washington, \8?iguat c'-Tlio .Toiut Congres
sional Committee on ? ?,rcn?;hinont intend to
-commonco work about tho oii-k^u of this month.
Among tho flreteqbjev - 'Thjch thoy will investi
gate is the corruption alleged in the disposal of
. confiscated and abandoned property in the South
by Government ageuts.
The Congressional Investigating Committee will
hold its next session iu New York, for the purpose
*of investigating alleged frauds in the Custom
It is a noticeablo feature in the Bounty Bill,
passod at the last session of Congrose, that the
-Act does not apply to sea-cn. The Fourth Audi
tor is constantly in recoipt of loiters from sailors,
who have beon in the service, rcquoating infor
mation as to whether the law does not apply to
-them ; but tho answer iu, that under this Act noth
ing can be done towards equalizing their bounties.
San Fbancisco, August 4.-Tho Imperial Cen
?aul of Mexico hero has been officially iuformed
?that the Liberals asBuulted tho fortified town ol
?capnlco, on tho third line of defence, on the
morning of July 22, but wero repulsed and pur
sued some distance, leaving tho body of their
-coriiman?\cr in the bauds of tho Imperialists.
Nrwsfiniii Un y ?I.
Boston, August C.-A mercnntilo letter, dated
Port au Prince, July l8, elites that the recent in
surrection at Gonives \\at\ ?jen: entirely suppress
.ed by Goveiumu.', ??ntl lim ?own given to Um
New T?"?"-, l!--"?.
New York, August u, -Tilt mails by tho derma
?tita and Paltic, from '2-jut hampton, will go Soutl:
.Georgia Del?.gat lu... lu Uko Plillaclelpliin
Cou v.-m Mon,
Augusta, August G.-Tho folio -ing named per
sons com pit-1*- the Georgia den-^ntion lo tho Phil
adolphia Convention. Srcoad Di trict-Eli Wa"
.hen, J. L. Windet ..v. Tiii.-d District-Hiha-v
"Waki-n, E. H. Wouf"-X_. At large-A. H
'Stephens, H. V. Johnson, A. H. Chappell, D
-pirn li? Atlant ii,
Augusta, August 6.-The offices of the Amori
.can Telegraph Company, and National Express
?with three or four building-*; woro burned at At
.lauta on Sunday night.
Sherman's Chief of Stair.
Wabhinoton, August C -Brigadior-Goneral W
A, Nichol has boon assigned to duty ns Chief o
-Staff to Lieutenant-General Sheiiaian.
Steamers at New York.
New Yobk, August 6.-The steamors Iiebgcci
nud Clyde, from Wilmington; Wathington, Sara
-toga and Albemarle, from Richmond; also thi
Flambeau, from Savannah, have arrived hero.
f'fcvv York Market.
New. Yon--, August C-Gold H7.. Btorlini
quiet; sight 9.j. Cotton dull, declining ; Uplandi
.30; Orleans .17.
Coupons of 1802, 108.]; Coupons of 1805, 106],
TroasuricB, 101 J. Gold, 147?. Cotton dull and
easier; Middling Uplands, 35 to 35}. Flour droop
ing;. Wheat dull; inferior 2 to 3 couta lower.
Pork heavy at $31.60. Lnrd quiet and firm. Su
gar heavy; Muscovado D.V to 11. ColTeo quiet and
ilrm. Navnl atoros steady. Turponlitie 71 to 7G.
Bosin 18.25 to *9.
Vcw Orleans Mark?r, l-:t< .
New Orleans, Au uat (?.-Cotton quiet-saloa
750 balee. L-iw Middlings 33 to 35 cents. 11.
ceipta 395 bales. Sugar.-Fair 12 to 1 le. Com
Mixed unchanged. White unchanged: $1 05 to
?1.07,. Meas Pork, ?35. 0-hl*'.~. Bank Ster
ling 59. Now York Exchange J iliac unt.
Weather thia ovoniug warm. Thermonioler, at
3 P. _L. 99 dogrcoa iii the ahadc.
Interior advices report Cotton doing finoly.
Flautera feel litllo alarm about tlie worm. Eloven
doatbs from clmlora ainco August 1. Tho dieoaao
ia chiefly couflnod to uegroea.
CiNcrsNJtTi, Aug. 3.-Flour dull. Wheat firm at $2 60
for now crop, and $2 00 for old extra red. Provisions
firm ; mess pork $32. Lard 26c. Gold 147.
Cuicaoo, Aug. 3.-Flour firm. Wheat opened at an
advance or 6 to 10c. No1 selling at $1 37 to 1 45. hut
closing dull st $141; nales- No 2 at flic. Corn steady
at an advance of le; sales at .S1. to CO'ic for No 1, and
BIM to 65J?0 for No 3. Oata dull at25?_ to 20j_ofor No I,
and 24 to 25o (or No 2. filena pork firm ; sales at $32 60.
Freights activo. Recolpts-21)00 bbls flour; 8000 bimbel?
wheat; 07,000 bushels corn ; 8000 bushels oats. Ship
rncnts-5000 bbls flour; G000 bushels wheat; 208,000
bushels corn; 3000 bushols oats.
Mi-WA-K-K, Aug. 3.- FIout qnlot. Wheat firm at
$1 G1 for No 1. Corn Arm at 66c for No 1. Oats Arm at
SloforNol. Receipts-1100 bbls flour-, 17 000b_Bhels
wheat; 7000 bushols oats. Shipments-2100 bbls flour;
80,000 bushels wheat.
St. Louis, Aug. 3-Floor unchanged. Wbcit firm;
$100 to 2 20 for gord primo and choice. Corn lowor; mix
ed yellow C4 to 08c; white 81 to 85c. Oats drooping ai 42
to 47o. ProviBiouB quiet and unchanged. Whiskey ad
vanced to $2 20.
INTERE8TI.VO IIKIlIS OF 'li IK UK JU
SI__3XC_:__iS __.N_D INCIDENTS.
Wo glean from English and Continental journals
eome interesting bita of gosBip concerning tho
war in Germany and Italy.
TUE A?ST-JA- arm..
Tho Vienna correspondent of tho London Times
writes, under dato of July 16 : " Whatever may bo
tho feelings of tho citizens, that of tho army is
not to bo mistaken. Amont* the ofticerB and sol
diers who have suffered so severely in the short
but sharp series of battles thrungli which they
have passed, and in which they have proved their
strength and their weakness, there ia but ono
feeling and ono determination, that their faults
munt bo atoned for hy paiuful but necessary
ohangos of aystem where required, and that what
ever ?b wanting in their practice muat bo studied
and completed at any coat. A visit to the arsenal
.-_-?_?--t ..?ii.o IL< d-D.-f."' c<iijcip_tou to ?Xi
capital,. and tho determined effort that is made
to meet them manfully and overcome thura if it bo
posaiblo. It is ovident, on the slightest observa
tion, that i?h far r?B fcrni? aTo concerned tho army
is not likely to lack supplies for some time to
come, and the expression of satisfaction at the
practical working of the Austrian artillery system
is universal throughout the army.
"The cavalry needs no modification. Trained
to great rapidity of manoeuvre, tanght to con
sider nothing an obstacle, the Hussars and
Uhlans are model? of civilized light horse, while
the weight of the cuirassiers, and the sweep oi
their heavy swords, render shem formidable an
tagonists to all but Prussian infantry, with ite
new arm of rapidity and precision.
"But the infantry asks, and the authorities de
not deny, that a new system shall be set on foot
to meet the Prussian tactics and muter the action
of the zundnadtlgewehr na little hurtful aa posai
blo. It would be a crime to detail the modifica
tiona that aro likely to be introduced. The enemy
must discover them for himself; suffice it to say
that renewed confidenco animates the ranke; and
the additions made to the strength of tho army,
especially from the South, have again raised high
tho hopes of the soldiers, who will be supplied
with broach-loaders as fast as new arma oan be
manufactured and old ones adapted. Lindneii
and ItEJ-iNO.oN will havo the honor of seeing
thoir systems tried in actual combat, and mual
stand or fall by the rr-eulta. The old weapon?.
1 aro to bo converted on Lindne_'_ principle, whicl
is that of the French sea-serviee breach-loading
' THE NEE-LE-Q.N AND ITa EFFECTS.
Another correspondent says : Tho terror of the
needle-gun, which rose so rapidly, is enid to hi
dying away as faBt, ainco the aproad of the dis
, cov.ry thal its wounds don't kill. Whether tbii
ho owing to the amallness of tho bore and tin
ball, or to want of impelling forco, is a point viva
i cion.ly disputed.
Tho Vienna Medical Gazette Bars that of tin
? twelve thousand wounded men brought to Vienna
? not five per cent, aro so -fivercly hurt as to bo ii
- danger of loaing their livea.
i "Tho needle-gun ia to the ordinary muske
. what shorthand is to common writing;" is th<
definition said to havo been givon by the Arch
duke William, Commandcr-iu-Chief of the Aub
The Augsburg Gazette states that Prussia hai
sent twouty thousand neodlc-guns to Italy, witl
' the secret of tho cartridges; thirty thousand mon
are to follow.
BCASDA- AIIOX3T DENEDEK.
A correspondent of the London Star says :
"A curious fact was repeated to mo yesterday
" namely, that needle-guns were not the solo i-ausi
> of the success of tho Prussians at tue battle of Ha
dowa. (Ion. Benedek, as you aro perhaps aware
is un immense lauded proprietor; his estates Iii
chiefly in bohemia. It appoarstbat to avoid pass
iug over his property, and thereby injuring hi
erupa, vineyards, ?vc, ho mudo tho Austrian arm;
- march a round of six miles. His troops arrive!
3 on tho field porfcclly exhausted. If this be truo
iind I heard it from \ person who frequents thi
salon of Madame do Motternich-I quite undor
stand the General's disgrace."
THE VIENNA AUMY 1IOHP1T 1?.9.
An army hospital in the Exhibition baudin?.
5 in Vienna is thoa described :
1 "Tho first placo wo visited waa the temporary
hospital in the cxbihition building in the Prater
There was aomethtng painful in the announoe
, mont of article, of finery and luxury etuok on th<
walls over the hoads of mutilated mon, for tho
show bill and advertisements of the tradeBpooplo
mid exhibitors wero et ill on tho boards of the great
sheds which had served for tho Vienna exhibition.
As long as tho weather continues flue tho sheds aro
well adapted for tho purpoao. Thev aro l??fty and
well vontilatod, and tho only objection to bo
found was that the glass windows let in too much
light and sunshine. The beds wero all in good
order; in double rows, with avenues botweon for
attendants and visitors. Many ladies atteint vol
untarily, and wo saw them distributing Begars and
little gifts in money tu tho poor wounded sol
diers, who repaid them with smiles aud thanks.
Most oT the woonda- wore doing well, for they
wero slight cas?;?? of nun shot in tin? leg or ami.
"Ono man, who was shot in two places, allowed
iib with triumph ancedlc-gun which ho bud taken
at Koniggr.itz and carried off. hard hit as ho was,
from the Prussian ho had biyonctcd. Tho soldier
was a Hungarian Jew, with red hair and grey cym,
ai d just as tough a looking fellow as uno would
liko to hoc by 1 is side in a moleo. Ho explained
the action of tho weapon, which I recognized as
tlie type of a breech-loader which a denium used
to exhibit about sixteen years ago nt Lord Uano
lagh's grounds at Fulham, which did not then at
tract much attention,though many gunmakers and
sportsmen wero wont to attend those reunions. It
was heavier than our old Brown Sena, and was
then clumsily Qnishod. If a bad ono docs so well,
what may we expect from a good cue ?
"There aro about two hundred wounded in this
building, most of whom ure doing well, though
tho soal of death was ou BOme facos, and wo pass
ed sorrowfully by one couoh on which lay a major
who had his thigh amputated, and who had ?even
bullets in him-a splendid faco and fine form,
liut, alas, the fingers woro clutching uneasily at
the quilt, the eyes woro flickeriug, the breathing
was low and quick, and we know the poor fellow
would never see his father's roof-tree again."
ENGLISH AID FOR THE WOUNDED.
A number of English ladies of rank, Roman
Catholics in religion, have undertaken to collect
funds for the rolief of tho Austrian wounded, and
of tho widows and orphans of those who fall.
The financial embarrassment of Austria, they
say, is but too notorious, and, overwhelmed as
?ho is with enemies on all sidos, tho extraordina
ry oxertions sho has heed compelled to make
render bcr quito incapable of providing for tho
wants of thoso who have bled aud suffered in her
MSMARK'S UED ON THE NIGHT OF TnE BATTLE.
The cori'CBpoudout of tho Paris fiter-t, ii. Vil
bort, writing from the Prussian headquarters on
the 7tb, says :
"M. de Bismark arrived inHorsit/ ou the night
of the great battle. No preparations had been
made for the accommodation of tho headquar
ters, willoh wero cstabli-hed in tho morning at
GltBChin. tlo was hungry and weary, but all the
houses wore closed. There was no bread, and all
tho straw that could bo had was used for the
wounded. In this state of things, tho President
of tho Council lay down ou the pavemeut of the
Place of Horsitz, and, without a pillow, slept that
pleasant sloop whioh thu soldier who has won a
SCENES IN UU-EHIA.
Accounts from Buheinh. d.acribo as ono of the
moat heartrending sights imagiuablo tho crowd?
of women, ?oth of the highosb and lowest classes,
who. having rushed T?^lue ?ecuea of earoogt
from all parts of North and South Germany, arc
Been wandering over the battlo fields, througl:
lazarets and hospital-, looking for their father*.
husbands, brothora and lovorn. The terrible erie?,
that every now and then striko the ear when ont
of those heartbroken creatures has suddenly dis
covered her dearest friend among a hoap of Blain
or ?lying on tho battle field, or among the thou
sands of the Bick, are said to shake oven those
m-st hardened against all forma and expression!
of human misory. It ia chiefly in Turnau, where
tho thousands of wounded of H_do wa at present
aro housed, and tended by tho numerous Sister?
of Mercy and Knights of St. Johu of Jerusalem
i that theso scones mostly occur. Many of tin
poor ladies have to return to their homos without
finding those tboy Bought, and the ordinary meant
i of communication being vory much interrupted
they olten think thomaolves lucky if they obtaii
a small seaton an ammunition wagon, or a von ich
1 filled with convalescent soldiers rejoining theil
corps. But they aro everywhere treated kindlj
i and courtoously.
THE FUGITIVE GERMAN 80VLBEIGKS.
Tbo Duke of Naseau, who ran the risk of bcin|
dotaiued in his Duchy by the Prussians, has es
caped towards tho south. This is the sixth sove
[ reigu amongst thoso who have declared againa
Prut?ia who has been obliged to leave his State
The others aro tho Kings of Hanover and Saxonj
I tho Elector of Hosse, tbo Duke of Saxo-Moiningee
, and tho Graud Duko of Hoase.
Tho theatres in Borliu aro playing pieces illut
? trativo of tho war. At the Victoria there is "Th
, Prussians in Saxony," and "The Hoi gean t at Dr et
i den;" and again, "A Hero of tho CorpB of Beni
. dee." At another tbeatro a pioco entitled ".
Short Intervit v with tho War Minister."
A -IATLAIN IN TBOUULE.
i Tho Tagblait, a Hanoverian local journal, ?talo
, that the British chaplain at Hanover has boon <?r
. reatod for using insulting language to Prussia
, officials when in discharge of their duty. Ho wa
) put in prison, but liberated the next day ou th
. reclamation of his Majesty's envoy.
rnisoN OAKra and the cholera.
3 A camp for twelve thousand Austrian prisoner!
to conaist of wooden barracks, with a fow bricht
i is to bo orectod noar Dant/ic. In the other eimi
near Korliu, in Pomerania, where eoveral thor
t sands of prisonors aro already congregated, th
.! clio.ora has mado its appearance.
There aro women among the Garibaldi&n volui
teors. A girl of soventeen enrolled herself t
s Como, under tho name' of Antonio Dolfloro. Sh
, wears the Garibaldian uniform, aud is treated i
j every respect as tho mon.
POPULARITY OF RICASOLI.
RiOABOLt ia at tho preBont moment decided!
tho most popular man in Italy. Freeh and moi
detai'cd accounts from the camp (says a correi
?.? pondent) make it clear that to him, and to hil
" alone-excopt as far as ho waa eupportod by Sif
? nor Visconti Venosta, tbo new Minietor for Foi
- oign Affairs-it has boen due that Italy has boo
9 saved from tho dirty trick, tho ahumo, and tit
1 imposition which it was intended to practice upo
- her. It la not a little singular that it should ba\
3 twice fallen to Baron Bioasoli's lot, first to mak?
and then to eave, Italy by exorcising moral com
ago ouough to say "No" to tho Empeior of th
' PBRSANO's FLEET.
A lettor from Ancona states that groat Indignt
' lion is felt against Admiral Permano, the flee
! and the ministry, as the Italian navy, when wt
> ( broke out, was found dofloicut in etores of a
kinds, and fow engineers ICn board, with the ex
ception of Englishmen, who aro not bound to ]
fight unless against a common enemy.
FItANVK AND ITALY.
Tho French Ambus. Ador at Florence ia said to I
havo made himself extremely obnoxious of late to |
Italian seciety, and to public upluiou generally
in that capital, hy his overheat iu. and violent
langnago rospecting tho cession of Venetia to
Franco and the duty ol' Italy towards tho Em
peror NAt-bEO*. Darou Maiauet ia aaiil in some
private- letter., to have betrayed, by bia manner
and his talk, pretensions on tho part of hi^ gov
ernment which, if maintained -fltri-Uy, would
make an irreparablo breach between France and
Bira, Lrcv Buonson, a rather good looking
white lady of miaccgnation nroclivitir?. wah fouiul
domiciled with a gc-inmau ob color (officially con
nected with a livery etublo iu Derby), on Satur
day evening last, whereupon a number of gentle
men-headed by ono of our most worthy
burgoaaos, and accompanied hy a police officer
macle a doeccnt upon tho premincs, and cariicdofl'
thia variegated noBOgay. - Palladium.
What's the matter now, that a colored "man
and brothor" cannot, in tho Radical town of Derby
(which awoara by Sumneb, and breathes through
the Tiibune), havo a while woman to wife? Or
was it tho idoa that sho was not good enough for
Sambo, aud boneo the ire of " a number" of Re
publican gentlomou ? If you talk . had. Steves-,"
why not practice after Thad. Stevens?
The Atlantic Cable.-For genuino truo-bluc
slowiiea.', commond us to our English cousin*?.
Witue?a the Atlantic cable. Tho surprising rapid
ity with which one moasago a day, and pometimoa
odo mcssAgo in two days, is transmitted over that
B-bra-iice line.must havo awakened tho attention
of ovi-ry observer. In time and with the help of cx
pt-riunco, the Eugliali operators may bo improve na
to bo enabled to scud ano message a week, or even
one in tea day?. They will then have rivalled tho
Canard .leaniahin?, ??hieb frequently make the
passage ot iT?-am title in niuuday.. This ia mi
ago of pi-if;rea.. We muy Booti have two British
cahloe, both "m lluii-li anil. In tim! event we
may haw monthly advice, from J.? tulon. And if
that triumph .-Iruil I ever be achi.v?-d, wo trust
that Mr. Gyms W. Field ?ill be gi? on full oppor
tunity te liidividii?liv "cmijrrat 1 ile" every man,
woman, an I e ild til ibu community before any
real buaiiiiss ia transacted. The public are pa
tient, and can wait.-New York World.
A BOTJTBBM DiBcovKiiY.-Wo aro credibly in
formed that onr townsman, Dr. Marion Howard,
ha? discovered a compound, by the application of
which teeth may be drawn without tho patic nt's
feeling the least nain. A number of the phyai.iaua
in town havo examined into tho matter and pro
niuue.e it a moat valuable discovery. The com
?lound is perfectly harmless if it should be swal
owed, and the patient is p rfoctly conscious du
ring the operation, but fools no pain. How far
this discovery may be applied to surgioal opera
tions in general has not yet been tried, but ii.
drawing teeth it certainly ada like a charm
."os. a SU-.sc-ibe?.-We aro dot-ply painetTtr
announce thia murnini; tho loss of a subscribe-]
who, sa wo have reason to behove, was rccoivinf.
much profit from tho Index-we mean Major
Go lierai Alfred Ho wo Terry.
Au officiai communication, received yesterday,
informs us that Oonoral Grant's order to have dis
loyal papers sent to him having been rescinded
we aro requested to discontinuo the furtbei
sending of tho Index to Department Head
quarters at Biohmond.
Wo part from Howo reluctantly, and forware
his bill by this mail.-Petersburg Ind-x.
A Paris banker was recently presonted to 1'iiuci
Demidoff, who, to provent conversation from drop
ping, aaid: "You havo a beautiful breastpin.'
The banker delighted, for he was proud of hil
breastpin, said, "Yea, it ia a very rare atone.
Prince Demidoff replied, "Very raro and very ex
pensivo. You oan't imagine the trouble I had ti
get my chimney piocea at St. Petersburg, for the;
aro made of it." The banker turned aa man;
colors as a dying dolphin.
-? a? ?
The Norfolk Virginian says : "The old Unitd
States alun Pennsylvania, for many years the re
ce.ving ship on this station, and which was sun
at the commencement of the late war. is, we ar
informed, soon to be raised. Tho object in raisin
her, we understand, ia to obtain the immensity <.
valuable copper, iron and the like alio posseaaec
which ia worth thousands of dollars."
Gun-Cotton.-Gun -cotton ia now made int
ropes for stoiage, and kept under water. Who
an order is received at tho manufactory, a IV
hours suffices to send the cotton on its way. J
baa been found that by making the ropes wit
many air channels through the mass, tho cotto
exnlcdea almoat instantaneously, and is as violer
in action aa the strongest fulm?nales.
Tun Cities ok Italy.-Tito population of th
eiglit principal cities in the Kingdom of Italy t
the beginning of this yoar is thus stated in u r<
cent official document: Naples, 427,005; Turii
204,715; Milan, 106,100; Palermo, l?_,4_3; Gouoi
137,980: Florence, 114.8GS; Bologna, 109,395; Mei
"Conscience Money."-The voluntary contain
tion.? made to tho publio rcvenuo of Fti-land L
penitent tax payers, under the hoad of "conscient
money," maintain a regular average? of aboi
X7000 a year. In tho financial yoar ending Maret
lBGti, they amounted to ?7434; iu the previo.
yoar to ?7184.
One of our exchanges says: "Wo happened t
be in the clutches ot some 'loyal' patriots ouci
who surrounded us, with violent ohjurationu lik
the following: 'You tam reppel, you fight mit di
eoondtry I Mit der konshtit.oahuu ! Mil der ol
phlag, by tam I You booaht mine brianer! - re?
Pansa, ron Puehident Davis.-The Riel
mond Board of Trade recently raised, by enl
acription, a sum of money neotesary to proem
for Mr. Davis a oomfortablo chair. It will I
purchased and forwarded to the distinguiehe
gentleman at once.
? ? ?
FnATEBNiziNO.-Governor Walker, of Florid?
baa appointed dolegatos from that Stato to th
Pniladolpuia Convention. Among thom aro tw
Colonel?-ono (Scott) a Confederate, tho othe
(McKibbon) a Federal.
Prince Christian'? uncontrollable grief at ti
dedication of a Princo Albort statue Iii at atti acte
Queen Victoria'a attention, thoo her regard, an
finally lier consent to receive him aa a aon-iti-lav
Sly dog, Chria.
a ? ?
The necdlo-Kim is no (loutit a wonderful invci
tion, but it would bo better if all guns were neei
___BE? I _B_B5____g____g
jt*r DI8INFEO PANTS GRATIS I-THE OIT J
ZENS of Charleston can ha supplied with OHLORID
OF LIME and COI'. ERA.U, without cast, by applvlng i
the Bopar Hospital, or to the City Registrar, Dr. _E<
8. PEL8EB,No. 117 OOMINQ STREB..
July it '.mo*
On TurMoy, Mth July, IMS, ?it Pt. .Tu.lo's Church,
Waltorbi.ro*, by Itov E. E. L-l UKOXK, WILLIAM J.
WAL'I Kit and AONE8 A., eldcat daiifMcrof tho late Dr.
John A. Wauiii.n. *
tsr Tl?c Prleiid? :. ml Ar?|MnintAn?c?n of
Mr. omi Mis. I'ui-.nnan aro respect-llj invited to at
tend tho Fumral of their Infant t-un. at I*, n: o'clock
This A?triwon, In ni >o. s Morris .street.
Auuust 7 i a
jfjarSN OTIC E.-APPLIt ATION WILL BE
mail?? lit the uext session of ti .. Ciiinrnl AsKOiuhly of
Sautli Carolina foran Act ?if [ncorporatioti <ir the "Su
promo (.'?iiiiicil .?! SoTeretgii Grand ta?fletara Genera!
of the Ttiirty-Tliird Decree for th- Southern Iiirlsdic
tio? or the United stutts."
Jijcr N ? T I C E .-ALL PERSONS HAVING
Claims against the Estato ol the late II. SMITH BASS
will present them duly attested, omi all persons indebU
ed will make payment to
A. E. BASS. Administratrix
Angnst 7_tu2*>_Ko. 83 Cannon-Btroet.
jaar MR. J. M. TOUHEV l8 AUTHORIZED
to act as my Attorney during my absence. Ironi tho
81-e. HENRIETTA R. DALY.
Align?t G 2*
j-r NOTICE TO CREDLTOUS.- A MEETING
of the creditors of 8. & J. 8AMP3?jN, of Georgetown,
S. 0., for the purposo of appointing an Agent, Ib re
?lucated at 12 o'clock To-Morrow, tho 7th tnataut, at the
offlce of SklACKELFORD li FRASER,
August 6 2 No. t Boyce ? Go. 'a Wharf.
jr-GT NOTICE-ALL PERSONS TO WHOM
the Estato of ELIJAH PILAND, of St. Stephen's Parish,
16 indebted will render in their accounts properly at
tested, and thoso who ti- n Indebted to tho citato 111
make immodlato payment to the subscribo?-, at St. Ste
phen's Depot, Northeastern Kallina?!.
July 24 tnfC Administratrix.
jars*- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-ALL PER
SONS having claims against tho Estato of the late Mr.
HENRY FENNER, Moulder, will presont thom pro-?
pi'ily nttostcd, and thoso Indebted will make payment
to J. A. THOURON,
No. 11 Vcnduo Rango,
Agont for Mra. Eliza VtUHtmU, Administratrix.
"Aar SPECIAL NOTICE.-W. S. ?. CLUB
HOUSE OIN.-Puro, soft, and unequalled. We
place this celebrated brind ol Oin bo'oro the puls
Ho m a pure, unadulterated article, that only re
quires to ho known to bo appreciated. Medical men of
the highest ataudlng acknowledge that It has great
medical proportica, nnd to thoso who uso It medicinally
It Is particularly recommended. W11. S CORWIN k
CO., No. SOO Broadway, N. Y., Bolo Importers. For
sale at E. E. BEDFORD'S, No. 259 Eing street, Charles
j?- HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RENEWER RENEWS THE HAIR.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Restores gray hair to the original coior.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Prevents the hair from falling off.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SIOILLUNf HAIR RE
MakcB the hair soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Doos not stain the skin.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Haa proved ltaslf tho best preparation for tho hair ever
presented to the public. Price $1.
Tor sale by all drngglsta. Wholesale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
-larch IS tnlyr* Charlost-n.
TO THE PVUIalCa
A FEW DAYS AGO I MADE AN INQUIRY THROUGH
the medium of the papnr, from I. HYMAN k CO., for
tho following information:
To I. HYMAN _ CO.. Attorneys of MAX. WAGNER:
Will you oblige mo by informing rae whotber the part
ner of your Arm, represented by tue -'Company," is the
samo SP KIN Z who, smuo- timo aluce, booame well
known for his "honorable" career in Oraud-street, Now
York. Your honors will please answer.
August 4 M. J. WAGNER.
And ibis waa the roply
M. J. WAGNER -Not wl.hrng to communicate nor
asFocia'.e with one beneath our notice, wo hereby re
frain from answering your question.
August 4 I. HYMAN k CO.
'J his firm has thought proper to make, or trv to make,
the public bolieve that T am n vi in of no standing. I
?statu for tim bia--t of t'o community that I am a man
disposed to do what is right, nnd, thoroforo, for simple
Jnstlco to myself .-nul father, will mako the following in
forma'ion: 1 havo bren i.i this couutry ?luce the year
fifty-two; I labored honestly uud Industriously for my
livelihood up to this day; I ra indebted to no one a.
singlo cent; there Is no Individual ti'.it can aay M. J.
WAGNER has, been guilty of any mean, low, or ungen
tlomanly conduct; my uumo is j^ood, and I defy tho
world to tay if I have cim r boen guilty of any mlado
meanor. Tho inquiry I havo made In a short time will
bo fully oxplatned to tin? community; then we will
know who the Individual Is. M J. WAGNER.
August 7 . 1*
Let us be Mcrci?ui to Ourselves.
The physical structure of tho strongest human hMng
la vulnerable overiwhero. Onr bodies aro endowed by
nature with a certain negative power, which pro'ects
thom, to some extont, from unwholosome influences;
bat this protection is imperfect, and cannot bo safely
rolled on in unhealthy regions, or under circumstances
of more than ordinary danger. Therefore, It ia wis
dom, It la prudence, it la common sense, to pr?vido
against auch contingencies by taking an antidote in
adi-ancc; in other words, by fortifying tho sybtom with
a courso of HOSTET-ER'S bTOllAUH BITTERS, tho
most complete protective against all the epidemic and
endemic maladies that has ever been ndminintored in
any country. Aa a remedy for Dyspepsia, there is no
medicine that will compare with it. Whoever Buffer?,
tho panga of indigestion anywhere on tho face of tho
earth wh>. ro Hostetteii's Bitters can ha procured, does
80 voluntarily; for os aurely a* Truth exista, this in
valuable Tonto and Alterativo would restore his disor
dered stomach to a healthy condition. To t' e Bilious it
is also especially recommended, and In catea of con
firmed Constipation it afiords speedy and pormanont
relief. In Canada, tho Weat 'ndiea and Australia, tho
Bitters rank abovo all othor medicines of tho class, and
the demand for them iu all foreign couitrios IncresBoa
every seas on,_6_August 0
~~tm- BOIN_ST ?k BURKE RECEIVE TUB
Ut-t New York DAIIJ**- every -Iteruo,)_ Price la
o-al-i et.ttu AprUt