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Latest Knrnpean lews.
LONDON, August 16.-lhe Emperor NAPOLKO
has receded from bia demand for an extension c
the fronti?re of Prance.
lavEBPooi,, August 16-P. M.-The Bank c
England has reaucjd ita rate of interest to eigh
Cotton baa advanced a farthing (?d.) to-day
and Middling Uplands are quoted at Md. Salei
Breadstuffs firm. Consols closed at 87}; U. S
The Philadelphia Convention.
PHILADELPHIA, August 17.-Many of the dele?
gates to the Couvention lett laut evening, and the
balanoe will leave to-day.
The proceedings throughout were moat har
montons, and not a single ?vent ?transpired to mar
the good feeling. '^fc'.. ^ ?
The address, but not the resolutions, was writ?
ten by HENBYJ. RAYMOND. It ia morely the reso?
lutions elaborated. During its reading, for R
time, almost breathless silence prevailed.
The President requested the delegates and
spectators to mauifoHt no sign of approval, or to'
make other dem-mstratiouB, until the reading waa,
< Completed. This request secured quiet until the
speaker, arrived at the following paragraph
"And the tea million of Amerioans who live in the
South would be unworthy citizens of a free Com?
monwealth, degenerate sons of a heroio ancestry,
unfit ever to become guardians, of the rights and
the principles bequeathed to us by tho father s and
founders of -the Republic, if they could accept,
with Uncomplaining submi?tion, the humiliations
? thus sought to beioiposed upon them."
The tntire audience then broke f >rth in an un?
restrained burst of applause, which l?sted several
minutes. ' .- ? -
At the conclusion of the enthusiasm, a de?
mand was made that the paragraph quoted he
read over; which was assented to, abd again the;
-applause brokb forth with redoubled effect.
BANQUET TO THE P?E33.
The Press Club of thia city gave a splendid ban?
quet to the members of the Press last night, at
whioh Radicals and S-tutherners fraternized and
high hilarity preyajledi; ; . . .
Washington News, oO-* .0 j
.WASHINGTON, August 17_It ie probable that
all the members ot the Oabinet, excepting Messrs. i
HABLAN and STANTON, Geh. GBANT and Admiral .'
PABBAODT, will accompany the President on his ?
trip toflhtoagq, %p:. ?
?It> Mlp&rjtaa ?'. 6u! goo? ,i autbor?ty"tll*|? Gen? jj
HOWABD;? ?om?iieaibeer of the PfeedmejW??
man inttf-^- ii.-.-*r*?*fftr
suepeadtag the issue of Government rations to i
the destitute of the South; thus throwing the bur?
den of supporting the indigent of both raoas on
the local authorities.
The President has appointed BOB'T. E. PETES- J
80H, of Pennsylvania, and CHAS. B. NOBTON, of j
New York, United States Commissioners teethe
Paris Exposition. .... ..
Col. B. B.'.B&rLiNO?as. been appoiuted Colleof j
tor of the OasWms ?t< Louisville, Ky., v?? D. W. ,
GALLAQHEB, removed. t
[SJ Mew. ??rk Wew?. i
NKW YOBK, August 17.-A London speoia I dis?
patch announces the arrival there of a little VOB- <
sol, the Bed, While and Blue, with its orew of two
men, whioh sailed from New York. f
Two men, HOW?BD and PETTENGIL, have been
arrested, charged with the LOBD robbery, which jj
took place some mouths ago.
There were ten deathB from Cholera here yes?
terday. < (
Lato South American Newa.
' Rio JANEIBO, July 10.-Late dates from South i
Amerioa state that the Paraguayans have recent- :
ly bombarded the camp of the allied armies, but :
without doing muoh damage. >
Peru and Chili have proffered their services as ?
mediators to the Argentine and Ori< ntal Govern- :
meats, bat no importance is attached to the pro?
The allies seem to prosecute the war with but i
little vigor or energy, lt is said that Brazil I
would continue the war if the allies withdrew, ?
- deeming it nect seary to the tranquility of her !
empire. , l
Canada News, i
OTTAWA, August 17.-The Canadians are pre
.paring for another Fenian invasion. They fear (
the Irish pic-uic on Grand Island, which is to be ,
. attended by 15,000 armed Irishmen, and which
means mischief. Gen. DICK TAYLOB hvsaid to be
. at the head of the movement.
Meeting ot the tantana.
NEW YOBK, August 17.-ROBEBTS has called the
Fenian Congress, to meet at New York September
4. Official reports of the late Canadian fiasco will
be submitted. He states that a vessel waB pur?
chased for privateering by O'MAHONEY months
ago, and is now lying at the Atlantio Dock,
Brooklyn. She is claimed by STEPHENS; but
if he persists in tho claim, an attachment will be
..prooured against him by the Brooklyn Fenians.
Kow Orleans and Mexican News,
NEW OBLEANS, August 17.-There were 27
deaths from cholera yesterday.
Advices from the Rio Grande report a politioal
revolution in Matamoras, resulting in the over
Ithrow and flight of COBABELIJA and the instal?
ment of the JUABEZ Govornmont. No loea of lifo
Storm on the Coast of Africa.
NEW YOBK, August 17.-Intelligence whioh has
reached here, raentiontd that a great storm re?
cently occurred on the Coast of Africa (no date
jgiven), and a largo number of vessels said to be
lost, and other disasters apprehended.
Thad. Stevens roi' Congress.
I LANC.VBTEB, PA , August 17.-THADDEUS STEVENS
maa been unanimously nominate] for re-election
KO Congress by Convention here.
Execution of Criminas.
NEW YOBK, August 17-BEBNABU F. BIBBY,
marderer of HB?BY LAZABKS, waa ?^outed here
to-day, and ALBEBT STABKWBITHEB, m murderer
of hie mother and hie sister, was luroV at Hart?
ford, Conn., to-day. fi
Cholera at Cincinnati, f
CINCINNATI. Augnat 17.-There were piety-seven
deatha from cholera here yeuterday. : V
Mew York Market. I 1
NEW YOBK, August 17 -Cfnld sij. Exchange
107$. Texas Wool dull at 20@30c. Cotton Arm,
holders demand once cent advance; middling
Cotton advancer! Jo. Sales 2800 bales ; mjddling
fcj@36jc. Gold 60|. Five Twenties 110$. ' Seven
Thirties 105^. Ten Forties 102.- Floor fir ?er for
Southern; sales 500 bois, at $firstname.lastname@example.org. Vkeat
l@5o. better. Corn firmer; sales 175,000 buihols,
)ne cent higher. Beef steady.., Pork quiet ; sales
1000 bbls. at $32.50. Lard firm. Wbiskej quint.
Irooeries quiet. Turpentine dull, from 68<3)69c.
NEW OBLEANS, August 17.-Ootton stiffer; sales
200 bales. Low Middling 32 to 84o. Gold 49,!
Mobile Alarm?e, ' ? ? i j
MOBILE, Auguat 17-Balea ol ootton to-day 5W j
Mes. Sales for the week 160). Middling cotton t
)c. R?oeipts of the week 734 balee, against 815 (
ist week. Exports of the week 1627. Stock
1,440 balea. :
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Late Mark etta.
CINCINNATI, August 14.-Flour dull. Wheat in ,
cderate demand. Whisk, y ?rm for bonded; $2 28 to J
29 asked; tree dull at ?2 26. Provisions firm; MOBS J
>rk $32 Lard duli at 21c. Gold 149. . < i
OHIOAB J, August 14.-Flour quiet Wheat dull, and 1
ulined 5 to 7u; sales at $1 55 to 1 60 for old and $1 73 $
176 for new No I, and ?169 to 1 70 for No 2. Corn
liet at 66 >$ lo 6?% for No 1. Oats dull at 2UJ? to 2l>#0
r Aol, and 27of.tr No 2. Mess pork advanced 5Uo; V
les at $33. Highwlnos firm at $2 23 tor free,-and $2 ?9 i,
-2 80 for bonded. Freight flriu ; coin Bo to Buffalo J
jceipts-2700 bbls fl mr; 10 000 bushels wheat; 208,
0 bushels corn; 5500 bushels oats, tihipments-280U ?
?ls fbujr; ll.Oi'O bushels wheat; 185,000 bushels corn;
,000 bushels oats. . ti
MILWAUKEE, August 14 -Flour quiet and ' firm, t,
heat unsettled; sales at $1 ?4 to 105 for No 1. Corn
ollnedlo. Oats Arm. Receipts-160 bblB flour; 9000 8i
ishels wheat; 6000 bushels corn; 11,000 bushels oata c
[ipments-280 bbls flour; 8600 bushels wheat; 2900
ishels corn; 600 bushels oats. tl
ST. Louis, August 14- Flour fljm and Unchanged, a
heat ?. iff at $2 10 to 2 90 for prime, and $2 25 to 2 80 .
p ohoice. Corn lower; sales at 50 to Clo for mixed and *
llow, and 63K to 70o for white. Oats lower; soles at tl
t > 40c, Provisions unchanged. Whiskey lower; sales
LOUISVILLE, August 13.-Sales 180 hhds leaf tobacco; fl
Tt IMf" Uinr- -^r-y^y?"*nntg h?FFF?L.ffaan! ?
3? 85. The river is swelling, and. is three feet nine
jhes by oana! mark, lhermometer 80. Weather g
Afr; Editor : I see by a recent notioe in your
iper, that application will be made to the next
sgislature for the charter of a railroad, to run
i an air Une, from Charleston to Augusta.
However desirable or feasible such a route may
i, there Is Ohe' great difficulty in the way. The
iarter of the South Carolina Railroad prohibits
iy other road from being built within twenty
iles of it. A glapoe at the map will show that
ie proposed route will oonfiiot with the charter
' the South Carolina Bailroad.
If, Mr. Editor, the parties who gave this notice
.e in earnest, and desire a new road to Augusta,
tey can accomplish their purpose by another
rate than the one they propose, and at a muoh
BS cost, with a prospect, too, of great results in
Tho Charleston and Savannah Boad is now re
jnatructed forty-nine miles to Saltcahatchie.
bree miles further-fifty-two miles from Charlea
>n-is the junction with the Port Boyal Bailroad;
.om the juncfton to Augusta is eighty-five miles,
laking one hundred and thirty-seven miles-the
?me diatanoe, precisely, from Charleston to Au
usta aB is now run over by the South Carolina
Thus it will be seen that forty-nine out of fiffcy
wo miles on the Charleston and Savannah Road
i now in running order. On the Port Royal Road
tie first ten miles from the junction are partially
raded; the work on this portion was interrupted
y the military occupation of the country. The
ext thirty-five miles the grading is finished
brough to the Savannah River above the Lower
.'hree Rune in Barnwell DUtriot, leaving but forty
liles to be graded to reach Augusta. The charter
f the Port Boyal Boad permits it to croBS the
lavannah River at or below Augusta, and may
onnect with any road in Georgia with whioh it
an make terms. All the heavy grading has been
loue, and the remaining work to be accomplished
s comparatively easy, as the road will continue
ip the valley of the Savannah River, through a
We would respectfully call the attention of the
projectors of the air line to the route we have
Indicated. Why oannot they join with the friends
af the Port Boyal Boad and carry out a projeot
which ia BO nearly completed-a project whioh
will carry out their own views-o new road to Au
There are other features in thia scheme, which
we propose to touoh upon at another time. P.
A foolish wager was made at a wine shop in
Paris, which resulted in death. At a breakfast,
when the conversation turned on the quantity of
drink which a person could take, a bricklayer,
named FLOBENTINE, made a bet that he would
drink twelve glasses of wine while the dook of the
Tuileries was striking twelve. He drank three
glasses before the clock had struck three timen.
At tho next glass he stopped to breathe. At the
seventh he began to drink more slowly, but, mak?
ing an effort, he drank of tho eighth glass. He
then turned very pale, and breathed with difficul?
ty. His friends wished to etop the Wager, but he
said ho would go on, come what might, and
swallowed the ninth glass. Be had hardly emptied
the glass, when he fell down senseless. A Bur?
geon was sent for, but in spite of all his efforts,
the foolish mau died in three hours.
KEW YOHK LET*ERT?.-,
[FBOM O?B OWN OOBBESFC>NDEN:sB|tj
NEW YOBK, August 14,-Tne ninth anrjg
of the Commissioners of the Centrai Pm0$
has just been handed in; Bhowsihat tMR?
improvement etill goes bravely on'. TtB':^
turee in tho year 1865 amounted to ISW?-''
tho total amount expended since theH?***'
begun is nearly ten millions of.d< Hare-H^'
The drives, rides and wa<ks are now of|
five miles in length, and property- iujm&Zft
of the park, whiohrton years ago wa Jft^
about twenty-six-and-a-half mi'?liou A-I^i
worth to-day over sixty-one milliono. ??5$$
year about eight million i of visitors I
tho park, being an increase of over t|M^?S&i
on flis previous year. The gross reiH&il^
nineteen boats which run on tho SH^S^.''
night (in summer) amount to$8179,j?.)l^l-.?
?f?OOO bas been expended on music fogMlftyihd
[n the Zoological oolleotion there d^?C*' -j
?red apeoimens of living animal?, tiH^pj^ftfi
number of animals and birds, tha*^B%VSf*d
iere and to the manor born." laft^?f ?'*
ibout-er hundred epecimoua of btuft^B^^S?
'oreign dimes that are not to tho '?sR^?iH
is they come from abroad, nor yet^B? ? '??
jer" born, aa they did not mjtsVl JR&s&iC*
nto thia world of sorrow in their p Bi^?^
:onditioD. Tho boulevard, or grand ^Ev?'?^i
ho upper portion of the Island 'will v?^^?:'^
o time, for though tho work pi'OKrf?^|?^-M
he Park Commisaionera ar? brigb^R^ii^
mercies and paying duo attention tti?&J:.\.-&
The published amount of the reoM^l^yS
rertisements of the newspapers herpM^ffiffiSfij
hroo nontha shou- that the bn-:-?^V^.L
Foll. Tie Herald is sot down at fg?^^M
?ims,m,9U; the 2W&Kne,$90,8Sl; flg??^
laity Neus, $14,089. The receipts oE?t$*^?,
?ost are tSifif?, and oft?a ,7^^a'^p^
There are thirteen dailies tiereH^Jp!;fe^'.
.eekliee (papers and periodicals), ?nfSp/^^yf?
?; they all s?oin to [jay woll, more tf0??F?'^$?':~
Tho murderer of HABBY LAZIB?^T^^,^
ghter, who now lies in the Toomtfflt^fe^i
anco of death, which will booxeout(.3?i'';^f*/r?
ist., has confesijed his crime, buiaB;gs^.vN:"':'-j
ponsibility on the ground that DeJfw?^^J?!
atod at'the time the fatal deed. ^^^^^^^P
lat he waa not oogniaant of ^fgBj-^V^J-,'^
ll men who would put an enemy iiwH^V^'l;j
o., take warning by the fate of BLJ??
io doomed man. v S?Kf&Mg??':
Bond robberies are ,heoom6aJ^^fc?;V^5,.^; ;
lehionable. A day or"', tjva^^^^^m
oua? ?l a g?htlem?n hf^i^mcSTSa^M?M
lg that the safe was opten',"tdokXadvantage of thc
olden opportunity afforded by Mr. RICE'? going
ut for a moment, and helped himself to a large
mount of Unoie Sam's I. 0. U'a. The detectives,
owever, smelt the rose', or rather smelt a mouse,
ud oaught the rose and mouse in a well contriv
d trap. The man-rose is now fading away in
rieon, and has lost the fragranoe enhaled from
he bonds as well as the bonds themselves.
The great Philadelphia Convention that assem
les at noon to-day, is the all-absorbing topic oi
onversation. Would that I oonld share the hopos,
ir rather the expectations, of those who look foi
eaults favorable to the South. However, yon
rill have been well posted by telegraph ere jtoie
eaches you. During the present political cam
>aign we will be furnished with Extras by several
if the leading journals in thia oity.
The Herald announces that but threo journals
.he Times, Tribune and itself-will adhere to theil
>bligations in' the articles agreed to in the Associ?
ated Press, as the others cannot afford to stand
;he expense of oable telegrams. The Herald com?
pliments MANTELLINI MABBLE with the eleganl
ippellation, "Nincompoop," and remarks: "Wt
relieve he (MABBLE) was educated for a parson.
iud that may account, in a great degree, for hil
At a meeting of the Board of Councilmen, hele
yestorday, a communication was received fron
Mayor HOFFMAN, vetoiug the resolutions granting
permisi?n for the construction of elevated railways
in Broadway, Greenwich-street and elsewhere
the Mayor contends that snoh privileges can onlj
be granted by the Legislature.
Gen.a SWEE?<Y and SPEAB, the Fenians, have re?
turned to this city, and are attempting to encour
ago hopes for the future among the Fenians. Thoj
are to be tried in Ootober for a violation of thc
neutrality laws-meanwhile thoy aro at large or
For some time past several extensive diatilleriet
have been selling the "enemy" at something lesf
per gallon than the amount of the Internal Reve?
nue Tax, wherefore the Tax Commissioner has
been investigating tho mutter, aotuated by a laud?
able curiosity to soe how the thing waa work?
ing. It has been ascertained that it lias beet
worked with a capital of a million dollars em?
ployed in a system of atupendou8 frauds on thc
Government. Several seizures havo followed, ant
whiskey ia under a cloud.
The Spiritualists, who held a meeting at Dod
worth's Hall on Sunday last, have taken up s
curious notion that spirits sometimes take a hanc
in the digging of artesian wells. Should they auo
ceed in making people believe that there art
spirita in aaid wella, these wells will be liberally
patronized to tho serious injury of the bar-rooms
where spirits now hold undisputed sway.
The Freemasons are making extenaive prepara
tiona for the great fair to be held ht-re in Novem?
ber next, the proceeda to be applied to the erec?
tion of a new hall and to the asylum fund. They
are endeavoring to raise a half million of dollars,
$160,000 have been so far subscribed.
BBOUQHAH at the Winter Garden, iu a new
drama entitled "O'Donncl's Mission ; the "let
Witch" at the Olympic ; BBYAST at Wallack's, and
all doing a fair business.
Weather cool, damp and unpleasant.
^Major HEBOS YON BOBOKE, fho waa chief of atafi
to Gen. J. E. B. STUABT, and contributed an ac?
count of his exploita to Blackwood, ia now on the
staff of Prinoe FBEDEBICK. CHABLES, of Prussia.
the Iat? unhappy war. There are thone alive
who also served their oountry in the war of 1812.
esconded from those who contributed their
blood and treasure to establish the Government
of the United States, if they were wrong in the
attempt to ereot a new government for themselves
upon the principles , handed down to them from
their forefathers, their case is a peculiarly hard
one, that they alone should have their property
confiscated ; for they are no more guilty than
other portions of the South. They believed that
the right of self-government was an inherent
prinoiple of Amerioan liberty, and they were not
the first who attempted to oarry out the prinoi?
ple. During the war of 1812, the whole of New
England held their secession convention at Hart?
ford, and if there had been such a man as Mr.
LINCOLN, iustead of the wise and conciliating
MADISON, at the head of the Government, the
Eastern States would have withdrawn from the
Union, The sentiment of that day was, let them
go if they desire it ; we can do xoiOiout diem.
This is history teaching by example. I cannot
but believe there is a redeeming virtue in the
people of the United States, and when the irri?
tations incidental to an embittered oivil war shall
have passed away, a returning sense of justice
will cause them to restore to the people of St.
Helena and St. Luke's their property, now in tho
hands of others, and ordered to be sold in Janu?
ary next. If the Government wishes to confer
landed property for military services, thero is a
plenty of land in tho new States which could be
appropriated to such purposos ; and it would bo
far better to keep different races of people well
soparated. We should then avoid the risks and de?
gradation of amalgamation. Dr, PIUESTLY, a name
greatly respected in America, declares that "all
wars are unjustifiable but those for defensive pur?
poses. Bude and ferocious nations, ignorant of
the benign principles of the Christian religion
and the refinement of modern times, make war to
enrich themselves by conquering other nations;
but the humanity and cultivation of modern man?
ners leave the inhabitants of conquered coun?
tries in full possession of all their property."
, ST. HELENA.
Telegraphic dispatches from Matamoras, Mexi?
co, dated August 10, contain important news from
the seat of war in that country. Monterey, Sal?
tillo, and other townB fell into the hands of the
Liberals on the 28 th ult. Only two forts defend?
ing Tampico stiil hold out, and they are closely
besieged. Imperialists are deserting to the Lib?
erals in large numbors. President JUAREZ is on
his way to Monterey, and Mardbal BAZAINE had
gone post haste to the City of Mexico. Advices
of the 11th asy that Monterey was evacuated on
the 28th ultimo by the French, and Tampico was
occupied by the Liborals on the 1st inst. It was
also Btatcd that General LEW WALLACE, late of the
United States army, had arrived at Matamoras
with a supply of arms and ammunition for the
Ono of the severest storms of the season swept
over tho Northwestern States on Saturday and
Sunday last, by which tho growing crops have
been materially injured. In Minnesota the rain
fell in torrents, and the country was submerged
so rapidly that most of tho persons living in the
lowlands had barely time to escape with their
lives, and thirty person were drowned. The de?
struction of property is groat, reaching probably
to a hundred thousand dollars or more.
E. H. BENNETT, Ex,
tar NOTIOE 18 HEREBY GiYEN THAT AT
;he next Regular Session of the Legislature of South
karolina, application will be made for an Act to inoor
)orate the WALTERBOBO" MALE ACADEMY.
Walterboro', S. C., July 10, 1866.
f?r SPECIAL NOTIOE.-W. S. O. CLUB
SOUSE GIN.-Pure, sort, and unequalled. We
>laoe this celebrated brand of Oin belora the pub?
io ai a pure, unadulterated article, thi.t only re?
entires to be known to be appreciated. Medical men ot
the highest standing acknowledge that it has great
medical properties, and to those who use it medicinally
it ls particularly recommended. WM. S CORWIN s
CO., No. 900 Broadway, N. Y., Bole Importers. Po?
sale at E. E. BEDFORD'S, Mo. 259 King-street, Charles.
JWEX PABTE W. P. APPLEBY.-IN EQUITY
-OOLLETON DISTRICT. - PETITION FOR THE
PUBPOSE OF PRESERVING EVIDENCE in re, THE
WILLOFS. W. OTB EY, flied July 20 I860.-It appearing
that SUSAN A. UTSEY, ALICE R. V. DTSEY, and HEN?
RIETTA E. W. UTSEY.are parties interested in this case:
lt is ordered that the aforesaid parties, "and all who
may think themselves interested'' under tho* aid will, do
plead, ai ewer, or demur to the said petition in three
months from tho date hereof, or a decree pro confessa
will be entered of record against them.
B. STOKES, 0. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Ofllco, Colleton Dist., July 13, I860.
July 18_ _lamog
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s made from the choicest materials,' is mild, and
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sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 _lyr
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young, from rich aud poor, from high-born and lowly,
comes the universal voice of praise for
HALL'S VEGETABLE 8ICIL1AN HAIR RENEWER.
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Makes hair grow. A better dressing than any "oil" or
"pomatum." Softens brash, dry and why han? into
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wonder is the rapidity with which it r.O?,tores GRAY
HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR.
Use it a few tunes, and
PRESTO, CHANGE I
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BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
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For sale Oy ali druggists. Wholesale oy
KIMO & CASSIDEY,
Ma slyr* Charleston.
rlnHE UNDERSIGNED HAVANO COMPLETED THEIR
X arrangements once more for th* manufacture of
the best COTTON GI NS ever made in thia country, are
now prepared to re?oive orders fr?rn Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
Thi long established and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'8 COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi?
cient guarantee that the article will give muire satisfac?
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.,
May 14 WinnsDoro, S. 0.