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Eu? opean Sews bj- St tinner.
NEW YOBK, October 15.-European dates to the
'5th instant have beon received. Tho London
Times compliments Lord STANLEY on his speech,
.at the cable banquet in Liverpool, which it ia said
was intended to satisfy the United 8tate3 that our
relations with that country are Bafo in its hands.
The Times suggests that his lordship should
take in hand the differences relating to the Ala?
bama claims, which, untractable aa they may ap?
pear, it is persuaded, can be set at rest if the ne?
cessary temper and judgment be brought to| bear,
lt further suggests that England submit her neu?
trality laws, together with those of the United
?States, for revision by a mixed commission; also,
that the time has come when concessions respect?
ing the Alabama claims would no longer be open
to misconstruction, and would be accepted by the
United States as a spontaneous act of good will.
Great Fire in Quebec.
MONTREAL, October 15.-A terrible fire occurred
in Quebec l&Bt night, in St. Roche's and St. Sa?
vior's suburbs, destroyiug 1500 houses. Four men
were killed, one soldier blown up, and ono oflicer
QUEBEC, October 15.-The whole district west of
?Crown street to St. Lnnver's toll gate, nearly a
mile in length, is burnt.' 2000 houses aro in ashes;
20,000 persons are rendered houseless; 17 churches
.and convents are destroyed.
/FORTRESS MONROE, October 15.-Theachr. Sarah
Evans, from Tampa Bay for New York, was spoken
?fey tho sehr. Si. James, from Corpus Christi, yes?
terday, 15 miles east southeast of Capo Henry,
.both masts gone, trying to make Hampton Roads
with a jury-mast rigged. Tho Government boat
Lenapee has gone to her assistance.
Au unknown brig wor.t ashore near Chineo
teague beach yesterday. Tho storm hus prevail?
ed with great violence along tho coast according
to all accounts, and intelligence of numerous ma?
rine disasters is expected. It blew heavy last
night from tho northwest, and the soa was break?
ing insi'le tho Capes iu seven fathoms water.
More Survivors from the Evening S far.
SAVANNAH, October 15.-A private letter from
Mayport Mills, Florida, says that GOULDSLY, tho
second mato of tho Evening Star, had arrived
;there, having l?ft the steamer with a boat load of
ladies. All but two were lost before getting near
.shore. In lauding the latter were also lost-ono
named ANNIE, from Ithodo Islsnd, and tho other
BOSA HOWARD, of New York. Both became insane
from want'and starvation. The bodies were wash?
ed ashore-that of the latter nearly devoured by
.sharks. The mato was barely alive.
#. Mexican News.
KEW ORLEANS, October 15.-News from the Bio
Monterey, dispersed the Liberal army, and is
marching on Matamoras.
Kew York Market.
NEW YORK, October 15.-Gold 51#. Exchange
107. Cotton very firm at 42 to Ile. Flour steady.
Wheat 1 to 2c. better. Cora 2 3. better. Pro?
Gold 503. Fives, of '05, 108j. Tens 90.]. Flour
steady at $11,90 to $16.50 for Southern; sales 400
.bbl8. Wheat 1 to 2c. better. Corn 2c. bettor.
Oats 1 to 2c. better. Beef dull. Pork quiet; sales
3650 bbls. Lard lower. Whiskey firm. Cotton
..firm; sales 500 bales. Middling 42 to 44c. Mo?
lasses steady; eales 300 hhds. Turpentine 70 to
.71. Rosin $4.25.
BALTIMORE, October 15.-Flour very firm; West
. ern Extra,$12 75 to 13 50. Wheat steady. Corn firm;
receipts light. Oats firm. Provisions inactive.
Sugars very firm. Whiskey steady.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, October 15.-Cotton higher; sales
1400 bales, at 38 to 39. Gold, 49.
MOBILE, October 15.-Cotton sales to-day 300
?bales; Middling, 39 to 40; Low Middling, 37. Mar
kot vory hard.
H. S. CASON was elected Sheriff of Abbeville Dis
>trict; on the 9th inst.
Bishop DAVIS, of the Episcopal Church, is on a
irisit to Spartanbnrg.
There is a Methodist revival in Spartanburg.
A Ladies' Society has been formed iu Columhia,
.for the relief of distressed females, by procuring
.sale for articles of fine needlework.
An accident occurred on tho Spartanburg and
Union Railroad, on Wednesday last, by which O.
.G. Rogers, of Uulon District, \vas killed, aud
-others slightly wounded.
An altercation took place in Columbia, on Thurs?
day night last, between Alexander Brown and Jas.
Lewis, freedmen, in which the former was killed
.with a pistol by tho latter.
Mr. L. B. Musgrove, of Union District, died
suddenly, of heart disease, on Tuesday last.
Harry Ohcatham, a freedman, has been con?
victed of tho murder of S. A. Goer, before the
.?uourt of G.-iK-ral Sessions for Anderson District
ST. LOUIS, October ll.-Captain Barlow, of
General j-herman's staff, arrived vosterday from
ifort -Dodge, where ho saw two white girls, named
.uoye, ono seventeen, tho other ttiree years old,
wno hud been ransomed fr,mi the Kiowa Indians.
?tl? fi?1??&y- ?u thc "27t1' o' August the Kiowas
attacked then- homo in Northwestern Texas, kill
!f'f^a pm ?"d burned their father, mother and
irtuA I, Ty we? carP(i hlt? captivity, and
?KSn? V raoat/?1'uel On arrivW at
tue camp the cautives were knocked senseless
Ivo Sn, ? ft V3 rCat.'id ln tW" mil,lner f0Ur 01
live times. One day, on hearing of their condition
tho commandiug officer of Fort Dodge i o l av?
ing sulhe,e,.t force to rescue them, fflfi
ransom. Ho ?ill send them to their fr ends tu
Texas as *oun as they recover from their terrib e
suffering while in the luchan camp. Tho "flrn
sent to arrange their ransom ,aw one ca ive
knocked down three times and violated General
.Sherman arrived home on the loth. ' "
A Prococious Scotindrel.
On Saturday eveniDg Lieutenant HENDRICKS, of
the Detective force, was visited by Mr. TROUCHE,
of STREET BROTHERS & Co., who notified him that
a party calling himself by different names, had
been to their establishment and had endeavored
to obtain money under false pretences. Lieut. H.
immediately detailed officers FARRELL and COATES
to ?nd and arrest tho individual. There was very
little information given, and the officers had to
rely on their own powers. After searching around
the city for some time, tho game was tracked and
soon brought to bay. After being taken to the
cell, he gave thc following account of himself:
That he was a Virginian, and had run the block?
ade; was arrested in New York by the United
States Marshal as a spy, and confined for two
months, when ho made his escape; went to Eich
mond, and then returned to the enemy's lines; he
was afterwards re-arrested at Norfolk by Gen.
NAGLE, through orders of Gen. BUTLER, and was
imprisoned at Fort Norfolk until thoso Generals
were relieved, when proceedings against him were
stopped, and he was released. After the surren?
der he went to New York, and was employed by
HART, WIGGINS & Co. On the 4th of Octobor he
went to Boston and put up at tho Tre mont House,
registering himself as WILLIAM WILSON. Seeing
the name of E. 0. PERRY at tho Parker Houso
as hailing from Charleston, ho found him out and
introduced himself as WILLIAM WHITE, from rock?
ville, York District, and represented that ho was
going to Charleston. PERRY apparently took a
groat interest iu him, gave him money to pay his
board, and took him to his own hotel. By PERRY
he was introduced to the firm of WM. NASH, No.
80 Commercial-street, Boston. To return the
money advanced by PEaitv, WHITE forged a draft
on Messrs. LEWIS M. AYER cfc.Co., of this city, for
twenty dollars, which was to bo sent to STREET
BROTHERS & Co. for collection. Ho left tho next
dny for this port, and forged another draft for
thirty dollars on the same parties, to be collected
at Mr. A. J. SALINAS' office.
On bia arrival hero he stopped at tho Charleston
Hotel, registered as WM. WHITE, and soon after
called on STREET BROS. & Co., presented letters
from PERRY, who claimed to havo shipped to that
. firm a large quautity of Hour, fish and apples.
He produced bills of lading and invoices for these
articles, and wished them to honey a draft of $?0
on PERRY. AS tho firm hud no letters From PERRY
beyond what WniTE brought, they declined the
honor. Ho represented himself to them as WM.
MORRISON, au employee of WM. NASH, of Boston.
After his failure to obtain fuuds iu this direction,
WHITE went around tho city and appealed to the
sympathies of our Northern merchants, by repre?
senting himself as a Northern sympathiser, who
had suffered by the rebels. From his account he
he did. not make much money this way, and
only succeeded in eucheriug a few.
! Fearing detection, and wishing to leave the
city, he wroto a long lotter to General SOOTT, . re?
presenting himself HB being, imprisoned until
forced into our service, and being assigned as a
juinv.l tn fhn Libby Pr"-- rir Colane!
STREICHT and Ins raiders to escape; that he OBcap
od with them, was recaptured, and again escapod,
and was now like JAPHET in search of his ?parents.
That ho had been to Now Orleans, and hearing
that they were in Washington, had como this far,
When his funds were cxhauated. Ho referred to
Generals HANCOCK, NEAL Dow and others to con?
firm his statement. General SCOTT, moved by hie
doleful tale, granted him tho required transpor?
tation, but unfortunately ho was not able to uso
it before he was nabbed. . On his arrest a number
of letters and papers wero found on him, somo of
which he had written here, representing himself
as tho travelling agont of tho Planters' Hotel,
forging the names of the proprietors for that pur?
pose. Theso letters wero directed to hotels in
Savannah, Raleigh and Charl?te. Ho also had a
letter of introduction to the Hm. 8. FRANK PER?
RY, of this city (?). This was ,'iven to him by his
friend, E. 0. PERRY, of Bostoi, who represented
himself as the son of tho Go-ernor, but he pro?
bably had been away from hii father so long that
ho had forgotten his right iniiala.
WHITE was captured in cimpany with a man
calling himself HIGHTOWER Nothing, howovor,
could be proved against hie, but that ho was a
suspicious character, and liri not paid his board.
He waa shipped, with au injection not to return.
WHITE confeased all of his i ??leeds. When arrest?
ed, no money or any thingbut papers was found
on him. He ia quito yowg, about 20, but is an
old villain. Ho was no'quite sharp enough,
though for this place, as l s various aliases alone
would havo excited suspjion. Officers FARRELL
aud COATES deserve gren credit for thia arrest,
as it was undertaken w h scarcely any duo or
description of the suapcted party. They only
know that he was boating at the Charleston
Hotel under the alias ( WM. WHITE, but they
soon got on his track, ad by 1 o'clock tho same
night he was caged. Te Charleston Detectives
must be keener than loir Boston brethren, or
WHITE'S confreres tire, PERRY and others,
would not have escapedletection.
The United Slue? District Court.
The Court mot at 10. M., Judge BRYAN, Dis?
trict Judge, presiding. The Grand and Petit Ju?
ries were called and aiwered to their names, and
the Grand Jury, throrh their foreman, made tho
The Grand Jury m t respectfully present, that
finding tho building i Broad-street, at proscrit
occupied as the FecTal Courthouse, entirely too
sniiill, and otherwisciilit fur such a purpose, and
having thoroughly el mined tho largo and com
modious building kuvii aa the Charleston Club
House (retired fromfeotiug-atrect, yet near tho
btifeiness part of the tj ), with ita line hall on the
second floor, and nnerous smaller rooms on the
first floor and baseimta, well mlapio I for offices
and record rooms, ?em tho said building a moro
suitable place, aud ?ommend that, if practicable,
tho same be purelu?d and refitted for thc uses of
the said Federal Crt.
Having also viftd tho Charleston Jail, tho
building now used f the confinement of prison?
ers utidei the juris'-'tion of this Court, wo find it
altogether uiieui'efor tho objecto for which it is
used. The buddi ia poorly ventilated and over?
crowded, and beinUnder tho control of the mili?
tary authorities, t) requirements of tho service
aro such that tl: United States ?Marshal ia pre?
vent d from excreing a proper supervision over
tho safety and cufort of such prisoners as he
may have in his'hargo. No discrimination c*n
bo made botween prisoners confined for crime, or
mose detained in default of bail or as witnesses,
^"ce. as well as humanity, strongly urge us to
un ect the attention of the Court to the necessity
ot making more suitable provision for the safety
ana comfort of tho unfortunate boingB now con?
fined in the Charleston Jail by order of this
wurt. After fully considering all the disadvan
A? ?es.a8 Pre?ented to us, we likewise deem it our
outy to call the attention of the Government to
tne tacts as they exist, and recommend the pro?
curement of a moro suitable place for the confine?
ment of the United States prisoners, where tluy
can be under the immediate control and supervis?
ion ot the Marshal, who is responsible for their
safe keeping and humane treatment.
. in order to aid the proper authorities in this
important mattor we visited tho building now
owned by the City of Charleston, formerly used
as a, House of Correction, and after a thorough
A minuto examination, find that it is admirably
adapted for a prison, being secure and well venti?
lated, besides affording ample room to make all
classes of prisoners comfortable: therefore, we
recommend its purchase, it' practicable, for tho
purpose of a prison for the confinement of those
whom it may be necessary to keep in custody
under authority of this Court, either as crim?nala
or as witnesses or in default of bail. The Grand
Jury would also recommend that the order of this
Court upon tho subject, under the date of tho 30th
August last, with the remarks of the District At?
torney thereupon, be sent to the proper authori?
ties at Washington with this presentment.
The Grand Jurv, before cloting their duties, feel
constrained to refer to tho state of tho couutry.
Tho peace now reigning throughout tho whole
country after four years of civil war of the most
sanguinary character recorded on tho pagos of
history during the last century, is a source of
most devout congratulation. Whou wo look around
and witness the civil courts fully organized, and
know that all our wrongs and grievances will be
adjudicated before a jury of our countrymen, in?
stead of before military Courts and other tribunals
of a similar character,'wo havo ample causo to bo
thankful for tho peace which we are now enjoying,
and should ardently desire that tho sword may
ever remain sheathed and that our country may
never know war any more, lt is fervently hoped
that tho National Congress at its next session
will dispassionately consider the state of tho
country and direct its whole efforts to bring about
a full restoration of thc Union by tho admission of
all the Mates to that representation in tho Na?
tional Council? guaranteed them by tho Constitu?
tion, and entirely remove or modify all disqualify?
ing act?, especially the Test Oath, by which the
citizens of the .Southern States aro debarred from
accepting offices which tbev aro eminently quali?
fied to fill, and in doing so would ?vllect credit
upon tho nation at large. Our Northern brethren
should exercise a good degree of charity in their
legislation, and remember that the pcoplo nf the
Southern States, and more especially tho people
of Sou'h Carolina, have been educated in tho
school of State'? Rights doctrino, and really be?
lieved that their allegiance was due to tho State,
and that the Stato, not tho citizen, owed allegi?
ance to the General Government. Thoy have ac?
cepted the issue and will faithfully abide by it. In
view of all these facts, wo .trust that at au oarly
day all barriers to a full and complete restoration
of all tho States to their equal rights will bo re?
moved, and tint we will again present to the
world the happy spectacle of a united people.
Thc Grand Jury would also respectfully direct
the attention of the proper authorities of tho
Government to tho case of the Hon. Jefferson
Davis, who has been held in confinement since
the 23d of Apr'1. 18G5, and most urgoutly urge
upon them to eivo him a speedy trial or release
him on bail, lt is but justico that ho bo tried or
released. His counsel have made repeated efforts
to havi him brought to trial, and are still exert?
ing themselvoa to that cod. His longer detontion
without trial cannot but rollect willi discredit
UpO?rttiU eimutl.r, WliJfst rtrC C-nrmrm-AIRttrm-?
humanity domain! speedy action in his case, as
his bodily health and mind aref.iat becoming irre?
parably impaired by his long imprisonment.
(Signed) PHILLIP M. DOUCIN,
CHARLESTON, October 10, 18GG.
IiETTEK FltOM POUT ROYAL.
PORT ROYAL, October 12th, 18GG.
The summer has passed very pleasantly in this
neighborhood and without any startling events.
Tho season has been healthy,-the doctors might
say starvingly so. In the town of Beaufort I hayo
heard of only ono adult white person dying of
fovor, two old'men from age and debility, two chil?
dren from diseases incidental to that period of lifo,
and ono from accident. Aa regards tho colored
population, as they like to have themselves desig?
nated, 1 havo no means of ascertaining tho mor?
tality. I have been informed that a munt er have
diod from starvation, tilth and neglect. I never
hoard of any dying of starvation before the war.
There is now much excitement in town from
crowds of negroes coming in from tho neighbor?
ing islands to sell their cotton, which they bring
in mostly in small ba"'S and sheets, just as they
gather it from their patches. It is sold at about
ten cents per pound, or bartered for goods, There
ia au unusual number iii town the past week, as
tho Tax Commissioners aro carrying out the
Freedman's Bureau Bill in selling out tho re?
mainder of tho landa of thia parish that have not
boen already sold. To tho ncgrocB tho price fixed
is ono dollar and fifty cents per acre. It is said
that no white person is allowed to bid. These
lands aro worth from thirty to fifty dollars per
aere, and carno into tho hands of the late proprie?
tors from their Revolutionary ancestora. It is
suggested that tho object is to reward the negroes
for their military services. As ia well known,
their services, with few exceptions, were tho re?
sult of coercion, mid not voluntary.
Tho Freedman's Bureau Bill seemed to have
been passed through Congress with a passionate
haste, and baa been pronounced uucouatitu!ional
hy some of the ablest lawyers of our country.
Would it not have been better to postpone the
sales until the next Congress could havo had time
to roviow their work? Tho Bill doee not specify
any particular time for the sale. If those who
have tho power placed in their banda aro deter?
mine.; to mako any effort to throw difficulties in
the way ol' the trtto proprietors of these lands ob?
taining their inheritance and birthright succeed
in their plans, St. Helena Parish will bo no tit r?si?
dence for the white man, and they will havo to
"Some safer world in depths of wood embraced
(Sume Happier islands iu the wat'r? waste."
Aro the great principles of English liberty hand?
ed down to us from our forefathers a myth ? One of
England's greatest statesmen declared that "taxa?
tion, without a fair and lull representation, was a
principle on which ho stood as upon a rock from
which itjwas impossible to move him." Are we
living in down-troddou Polaud and in tho em?
braces of the Russian bear, or are wo in the "land
of tho free and the homo of tho brave," whose
Constitution the blood and treasure of our fore?
fathers contributed to build up ? With the best
Constitutional Government that the wit of man
has ever devieocl, we aro fa3t drifting into despot?
ism. One of our far-seeing statesmen has describ?
ed constitutional tinkers as a clans of people who
'are a curse to any country, ai;d no where do they
exist so abundantly as hi the United States. Every
election brings out a now brood. The pure gold
of the Constitution will not answer for these iin
macnlates; they must infuse into it their baser in?
A third match for the telegraph-sending cham?
pionship of New York and New England, between
Messrs. BURNS, of Worcester, and KETTLES, of
Fall River, took place lately on the Western Union
Company's lines from New York to Bostou. The
contest was deolared by the judges to be better
than any that had come within their previous ex?
perience. Mr. BURNS sent two hundred and fifty
words in six minutes seven seconds, and Mr. KET?
TLES the same number of words in six minutes
XHjj- Thc friends and Acquaintances of
Mrs. LYDIAN, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. SIMMONS, and Mr.
and Mrs. PHILIP MALONE, are respectfully Invited to
attend the Funeral of the former, at the residence of
Mr. C. R. SIMMONS, NO. 281 Meotlng-atreet, This After?
noon, at Four o'clock. * October 16
If$- The Relatives, Friends and Acquaint?
ances of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN BDBKE, aro respectfully in?
vited to attend tho Funeral of Mr. BURKE, from bis
residonce, Piucltncy-strcet, This Afternoon, at Three
o'clock P. M. * October l?
DIED, at Aiken, So. Ca.. 2d October, I860, of Typhoid
Fever, JOHN* BELLINGER ALISON, son of STEPHEN
LEE and LAVINIA ALISON.
DIED, of typhoid fover, on the 14th instant. Mr.
RICHARD TAYLOR, in thc 15th year of his ago-a mem?
ber of Vartck Lodge, F. and A. M., No 31. His many
friends will sadly uii.=s his congonial spirit among
thom. Notice of his funeral will be given in duo ?imo.
XS" Sew York aud Philadelphia papera please copy.
DIED, on tho 7ih October. I860, GEORGE JACKSON,
son of L. Ii and C. LOVEOHEEN, aged sevou years, ton
mon'hs mid five days.
Tula WM a child of exlraordinary interost and pro
tmtse. His mind seemed to be developed and mitnrsd
'far in art vaneo of lils years, and excited hopes of useful?
ness and dis'i' ctlon in tho future. But tho most re
raarkablo fea I uros in his character were the unnsal
mildness of his disposition-the kindness of his heart,
and a love for pious and devotional employments Ho
was ever ready to yio d his personal preferences to bis
playmates rather than iudulgo in any contentions with
them; whilst his favorite employments were to study his
Sunday School lessons, aud learn from his parents and
teachers nil about that heavenly state into which he w<s
so soon to enter. In Iiis dying hour ho oniployod his
failing ?nergies in singing a hymn of praise to Jesus;
then hasted away i o join that Angolio Otiolr abovo.
Weep not, fond parents; *youa son is not dead but
sleepeth;" not lost, but "gone before" If faithful to
that Saviour who hath called him unto himself, whore
ho is you shall ho also.
?S- N 0 T10 E .-THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE
their Office at No. 118 East Bay (up stairs), nearly op?
posite their old Store.
October 1? tnthsG FARRAR BRO & CO.
KB- JAMES R. SPEIGHTS VS. CHARLES
PINCKNEY-PETITION FOR LEAVE TO SUBSTITUTE
NEW RECORDS.-It appearing to my satisfaction that
tho limits of this State, on motion it is ordered that ho
do plead, answer or demur thereto in thirty days from
tho publication of this ofder, or this petition will be
taken pro confessa against him.
Clerk's Office, Colloton District, October 5, 1866.
October 10 tu4 J. K. LINDER, O. O. P.
?ST NO??CE.-CONSIGNEES PEU STEAM?
SHIP MONERA, aro hereby noti ii ed that ahe
is This Day discharging cargo at North Atlantic Wharf,
All Goods romain lug on the Wharf at sunset will be
stored at expenso and risk of owners.
A. GETTY k CO.,
Managing Owners and Agents.
All Freight amounting to fifteen ($15) dollars, or less,
must bo paid on tho Wharf before delivery of Goods.
Octobor 15 mhi
m- MESSRS. EDITORS :-YOU WILL PLEASE
announce Capt. 0. ,B. SIGWALD as a Candidate foi
Sheriff of Charleston District at tho onsuiug election, and
obligo MANY FRIENDS.
September li 15 tuths
mr DR. JOHN P. POPPENHELU ANNOUNCES
himself as a Candidate for tho SHERIFFALTY OF
CHARLESTON DISTRICT, and respectfully solicits the
kind consideration of his fellow-citizens.
September 18 tuthslmo*
OS- WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a candidato for Sheriff of
Charleston (Judicial) District, at the next election,
ta- BOINEST & BURKE RECEIVE TH!
latoit New Yori DAILIES ovory aftorno }u. Price lc
2!cv Hitter;cicf>itctc ift 6crc.it (SrDfrtjaftcii itt iv?iiib ci?era
?I)ci(c 2)cittfti)(aitb jit ergeben, ?elber 511 collective? ant
foti ft ig c Slufir?flc ju Ocfov?cit. gjiait IDCVCC fid; um n?here
SIiiiTunft ttrcct nit <S. ?. S?tfcr in I'cbe
OfcC? 9J: SDlcIirtCllfl, 137 East Bay, Charleston, S C
?W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
Petition will be presonted to tho Legislature of South
Carolina, at its next session, praying that tho ?own ol
Sumir.orville be attached to Berkely District,
Sopteniher 1 tnl3
KIT NOTICE.-ALL DEMANDS AGAINST THE
estate of Mrs. JANE LEVY, deceased, will present them,
properly attested ; and all persons indebted will make
payment. SAM'L. nART, Sen., 1 Fsecu(or8
D. D. COHEN, ) Ji Secutorfl
March IT, M'h 10, .lunn Ki, Sep 1?, Oct. Iii, M'h Ki*
flfT APPLICATION WILL BE M AD li AT THE
next session of tim General Assembly for a Chatter for
the "ASHLEY FIUE ENGINE COMPANY, No. a," ol
Charleston, lino* September 26
t???-A RESPECTABLE BOD if OP COLORED
MEN' will malto application at tho next Session of the
Legislature to grant them au Incorporation ol a Fire
Company, to bo called tho United Kiro Company c:?the
Oily ol C?...-leston, for tho protection of ihe property of
its citizens. Imo* Octooer 3
ESPECIAL NOTICE.-W. S. C. CLOE
HOUSE GIN.-Pure, Bolt, and unequalled. Wi
place this colobrated brand of Gin before the pub.
lie aa a pure, unadulterated article, that only re.
quires lo be known to be appreciated. Modical men ol
tho M?hest ttanding acknowledge that it has gr?ai
medical properties, and to those who use it mediclnallj
it ia particularly recommended. WM. S CORWIN A
CO., No. 900 Broadway, N. Y., 8ole Importers. Fo;
salo at E. E. BEDFORD'S, No. 259 King-stroet, Charlee
ton. July 21
HEUTE ABEND DEN 16 OCTOBER WIRD
eire Unterhaltung des Bruderlichen Bundee, statt
finden In der Halle No. 11)6 King street.
DAS COMMITTEE: /
A, MENKE. I J. BOBGEB.
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IRISHMEN AND FRIENDS OF LIBERTY
A PUBLIC LECTURE ON THE ABOVE ATTRACTIVE
and soul-stirring subject will bo dolivored by JOHN P.
FINERTY, OP Chicago, 111, Certral Organizer of tho
Fenian Brotherhood, at the Hibernian Hull, nt 1% o'clock
on Wednesday Evening, October 17. Every Irishman
who loves his nativo lind, and all who cherish thc prin?
ciples of Human Frocdc ru, ara expected to rally on the
Admission-Gentlemen, 60 cents; Ladie*, Free.
By order Corn mit teo F. E., Charleston, S. 0.
October 16 2 JAS. POWERS, Centre.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED CEMENT COMPANY CAN
supply Builders aud others at Factory pricos, de?
Parties lu tho Interior can have their orders supplied
WILLIAM ROACE, Agent,
October 16 tuarn CHARLESTON, 8.0.
OF EXQUISITE WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
Agents for tho celebrated Marble WoriH of WA
THAN & CO., New York, are now prepared to receive
orders for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, and superb
MANTELS of exquisite finish; also IRON RAILINGS.
Call at our atoro and see numerous designs. PriceB at
60 per cont, lower than can be purchased in this city.
ISAAC E HERTZ & 00., Agents,
No, 201 East Bay and Cumberland streets.
October 15 Imo
50th YEAR OP PUBLICATION.
Planters' and Merchants' Almanac
PRINTED THROUGHOUT WITH NEW TYPE AND
on good clear pttpor. Will bo published about tba
second week in November.
Any inforniition or corrections that are intended for
insertion must be sent to tho oilico of publication before
the last of this month.
All oidora for any quantity are requostod as early as
possible. Price por hundred, $17.
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No, 6') Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
HST STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-COLLE
LETON DISTRICT.-BY R. ALLAN WILLIS. Esq., Or?
dinary.-Whereas, BEN J. S TOKES, Commissioner in
Equity, made suit to m?to grant him Letters of Admin?
istration of the Estate aud Effects of JOHN B. O'BRY
AN: Theao are, thereforo, to cito and admonish all ano!
singular tho kindred and creditors of tho said JOHN B.
O'BRYAN, late of Colloton District, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in tho Couri ot Ordinary, to
bo held at Waltorboro, on 4th day of November next,
after publication hertof, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to
shew cauBe, if any they have, why tho said Administra?
tion should not bo granted.
Given under my hand this 21lh day of September, Anno
October 2 tu6 R. ALLAN WILLIE, (ft C. D.
?g- HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB
RENEWER RENEW3 THE HAIR.
HALL'S VEGETABLE 8ICILIAN HAIR RE?
Restores gray hair to tho original coior,
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE?
Prevents the hair from falling off.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE?
Makos tho hair soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE?
Does n M*.-tain the skin.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE?
Has proved itself the best preparation ior tho hair ev?
presented to tho public. Price il.
For sale by all druggists. Wholesale by
KING- & CASSIBEY,
March 13 tulyr*_Charleston.
US' OOLGATE'lFHONEY SOAP.-THI8 CELE?
BRATED Toilet. Soap, in euch universal demand,
s made from the choicest materials, is mild and
.mollieatln its ns.ture, fragrantly teemed, and
extremely beneficial In ita action upon the shin. Pot
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 ITT