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VOLUME III....NO. 886.]
CHARLESTON, S. C, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IO, 1866.
Hy Atlantic Telegraph.
LiVB-rooi?, November 8.-Tho stoo-nahip -lraac-,
from Now York, arrived at Falmouth to-day, and
procoodod to Ilavro. Consols 89_. Fivo-twontioa
?6S? Cotton dull; priooa declined Jd.; Uplands l-l,.
dales 8000 balos.
P?*__re, November 7.-The ships to bring back
tho Fronch troops oro roady. MAXIMILIAK saya
that ho will romain in Moxico.
DKUI.IK, November 7.-Prussia aooa, in tho ap
pointmont of Baron VON BR?ST to tbo Primo Min
isterahip of Auatria, an attempt on the part of that
country to intorforo with settled questions, which
would compol PrasBia to complote quickly and
?uroly tho national work of Qermnny.
VHHICE, Novombor 7_Tho King of Italy arrived
boro this morning. Tho Patriarch mot him at tbe
Church of St. ?Mark, whoro a "le deum" was sung.
Hin rocoption in tho oity waa magnificent. Thoro
was groat joy, and tho crowd waa ao immense that
tbo troops could not dofilo boforo tho King.
IirvKnroor,, November 9-Noon_Tho Brokers'
Oirctdar reporta tho Baloa of cotton for tho wook
at 70,000 baloa. Middling Uplands to-day doclined
?d.: closing at 1-ld. ConBoLs 80i}. Fivo-Twoi\tios
89. [Bo say? tbo di?patch, but it doubtless should
bo 69. -En. 1
? ? a ?
Georgia Rejects the Congt-tutlona 1 Amend
AUGUSTA, Novombor 9.-The Logislaturo baa rc
jaotod tbo Constitutional Amondmont. The re
jooting resolution roads as follows : "Tho Logia
Iaturo of Georgia doulinoa to ratify tho amondmont
adding a 14th aootion to the Constitution of tho
Unitod Statos." It was originally moved in tho
Oona to lo poatpono tho consideration to Bomo
futuro day, but was altered to tho moro adoption
of tho abovo resolution, and this pasBcd-yena 36,
naya nono-a full Sonato voting. In tho House there
woro yean 131, uays 2-ELINQTOK, of Gilmor, and
Hui_rnuEY8, of Fannin.
Tho Comniittoo who reported this resolution
accompanied it with along argument, in substance
aa follows: First, that tho Statos of tho Unitod
Statos alone aro authorized to consider- amend
monts to tho Constitution. Second, that euch
amendments must bo proposod by two-thirds of
Coagroas, or two-thirda of tho Legialatnroa of the
Statos. Third, that Georgia waa ono of the origi
nal Staten, and must always bavo oontinuod such,
?nloaa sho reaorvod tho right to aocodo, or gave
tho Ffldoral G-ovcrnmont tho right to rejeot hot*.
Tho roport adduocB the legislation of Congress,
the proolainatioua of the President, and tho iasuoa
madp during the war by the Government of the
Unitod Statos to pjwvo that it waa bold by that
Go vorn munt that no Stato oonld occodo, and that
war only interrupted tho praotical rotations of the
Statos, and that tho suppression of tho rebellion
W-8 Lo reatoio Ih.so rolationa fully, and the Con
stitution thon became tho supremo law of the
Tho argtiinont thon goes on to aay that Georgia
lind the other Southern States aro intogral partB of
Congrnaa, and that no Constitutional Congress can
bri convonod while auch integral parts aro forcibly
excluded. It saya that tho adoption of tho Eman
cipation Amondmont waB no proc?dent for tho
adoption or this. Tho Southern Statos at that
timo had no delegation to bo received into Con
gro.9, 03 now whon doniod admission. It then
CDnoludos by aaying that aa the nmondjncnt in
question was not proposod by two-thirda of a Con
stitutional Congress, tho commltttoo recommended
tho adoption of tho abovo rosolution.
Tho Kow Y-rk 13 cotions.
NEW YOUR, Novombor 9.-Lho Tri'mne figures
ap FB-TTQN'S majority at li,30G. Houso, 84 to 44.
Ronato, 2G to 6.
The Fenian Trials.
WABHINOTON, Novombor 9.-Information has boon
rocoivod that tho Canadian Government will
promptly comply with tho request of tho United
Statos authoritioB to supply the roeords, ko., bo
longing to tho Fonian tr?ala.
New York Market?
NEW YOBK, November 9.-Gold 46$. Exohange
9} for GO days; 11] for sight. Cotton doprosaod;
Upland? 37_; Orleans 39}. Flour drooping at
%\2 80a$17 25. Wheat nominally 2o3c lowor.
Gold 4-]. Fivoa HOj. Tona 100$. Cotton d"o
clincd le; salas 1000 bales. Flour dull; HOIOB 283
bbls. Soutborn at $12 S0aS17 25. Wlioat 2a3c lower.
Corn lo bettor. Pork lower; aaloa 4100 bbls.; New
Mesa $25 87a$_7 ?.30. Tnrpontino 80a81c. Kosin
-? ? <?
Kew Orleans Market.
Nsw On___vHB, Novombor 9.-Cotton lowor at
Si} couta for Low Middling. Sugar, Tjouisiana fair,
13 J ?13} cents. Mol ass CB 83 oonta@$l. Flour,
?uporllno, $11 j; Extr.x $12@$1 .">.'. Corn inactivo at
1.23. Gold 47.
m> a ?>
MoiiLLE, Novombor 9.-Cotton-solea to-day 450
bales; Middlings St@34_ conts. Saloa for tho
?rook, 5000 bales; rcooipta for Uic week, 9100 bolea,
?gainst 7393 bales la?t wook; exports for the week,
6054 bales; stock on hand, 39,477 baloa.
Tho Treasury Dopartmont hove discovorod that
countorfoita of 1100 notes of tho .First National
Bunk of Boston, tbo $100 notos of tho First Na
tional Bank of Cincinnati, and tho $100 notos ot
the National Central Bank of Now York City, aro
In circulation. Tho counterfoil H of tho lattor named
notes aro pronounced ozcollont, tho engraving be
ing first-class, and tho gonoral appoarnnco good.
Tho only difference known to exist is in tbr lottor
?T" hi the word "maintain," noar tho fomalo figuro
on tho right band sido of tho face of tho noto, that
letter boing imperfect in the counterfeit issuo.
Tho Medical Deparfcmont of tho Unitod States
army baa forwarded to tho United Statos Commis
onors of the Paris Exposition a largo collection
of models of various kinds, including a modol of
the BDOKKB ambulance, models of improvod litters
for conveying wounded mon, plana of army hos
pita-., contrivances tor alleviating tho sufferings
if the wounded, ouoh as slings for tho arm and
logs, and many othor articles of similar character.
Tho Amerioan Missionary Association at G-aloe
burg, 111., hist wook, before adjourning adopted
resolutions expressing the determination to
prosoouio the work among the freodmen with
greater zeal than ever, and calling upon tho
eharehe- to sid in the labor, which weald bo nn
aafbajftatt though evnsgaUoflL It was voted that
the association ttanld cnde&vor to raise 1400,000 in
**k Aulag tbe snelling flaoal jwtr.
fi.umr.n Bnora.-Whon wo woro a boy, and our
parent would talto U8 every four or oix wooka to
ono of tkcso establishments, usually presided ovor
by n loquncious but agrooablo knight of tho tongs
and puff, to haro the bair of ouf littlo hoad oithor
cut or Irimmod, it always afforded u? the greatest
doligbt. Thoir ebops at that timo woro much
moro tho rosort of nowBmongors and paper read
ers than at present, and to us, at tho ago wo were,
tho items of nowa and othor mattera that woro in
terchanged botwoon tho talking visitors and cus
tomers woro pocnliarly into;oatiug. Barbers them
Bclvea, from thoir associations, aro generally intel
ligent mon, nsually witty, and always urbano, and
bavo boon so sinco tho polished days of Allions,
when thoy woro rogardod with rospect, and their
Bhops woro mooting pinces for all who woro anx
ious to know tbo general nowa of tbo day, and
thora aro several anecdotes of an amusing descrip
tion on rooord, relativo to members of tho profes
sion of that period. Tho groat ALEXANDER lind
ono of tho worthy fraternity in his household,
whom ho troatod with groat regard, and tlio ambi
tious CASSAB had his life saved on ono occasion by
a tonsorinl servant in his employ mont, who over
heard a plot for killin;; his master, and gave im
mediate information. A writer, in mentioning this
circumstance, si.ys that the successors of Ibis bar
ber aro to thiB day oqually as inquisitivo, and not
less faithful to thoir omployors-a roinark which
wo boliovo to lm ve a groat deal of truth in it.
But what we started to say was not so much
about the barbers as thoir shops, and to mention
how attr.tctivo thoy wcro to otu: childish mind, aid
how pleasant thoy ecomod to nil tbo older heads
who patronized thom. But tho causo of dolight to
na as well as to them has long since departed and
jone, and tho walls of thoir establishments that'
ivore onco decorated with beautiful engravings,
imusing caricatures and funny drawings, now ex
hibit nothing but base whitowash, occasionally fes
tooned with garlands of cobwebs. Tho impression
liado on our mind at that susceptible period of
royhoad by many of the picturoa it was our joy to
raze at, oro as vivid ns they wcro yoors ago, and
ias boon tho cauao of many an agrooablo and cn
;srtaining reflection on numorous occasions, whon
.mr thoughts have wandered back to childhood's
Aa wo grow np to manhood and, our budding
?ard made us a moro froquent visitor to those
istablwhments that once gavo us so much satis
"action, we wero struck with the ah of loneliness
bat pcrvoded thom and tho quietness which reign
id, for although tho loquacity of tbo proprietors
vas as great as over, there was a restraint upon
hoir speoch, for thcro was hardly a responso from
ho fow customers Bitting around wl?lo wo wore
icing operated npon, and any attempt at wit on
heir part was only rocoivod with a sickly emilo
rom BOino one of thom who had ovidontly como
liero to be shared on credit. Tho radiant count c
anooB-tho hearty laugh-tho- pleasant ohatting
nd tbo disseminating of newB that characterized
ho barber Bhopa of former days hod all disappoar
d, and it soomod that thoBO places where enjoy
?ent onco predominated to a great degree were to
assess it no more. To crown all, wo discovered
iat our acquaintance-} and friends bogan to wear
?eir boards, and BOH?O of thom ovon to suffer the
air of thoir hoads to hang upon thoir shoulders,
?oroby decreasing the patronage of these doserv
lg artists, who, as pattoms of industry, woro apt
> fall into habits of idlenoaB, and to moko their
biding phveos tho rendezvous of loafers instead of
roBort for gontlemon.
ThoBO facts, naturally suggestive to arofloctivo
lind, bas made in indulgo in "meditation freo" \
a tho Biibjoot, and after an immonso deal of docp <
?ought upon the matter we havo come to the i
inclusion that the fashion of cultivating whiskers t
nd moastachioe among gontlomon, and tho oon- t
;quont decline of tho custom to their shops, woro
lusod by tho harbors thomselvcs, whon thoy
indo tho tremondous innovation in thoir catab
shmonta, and toro from thoir walla those attrac
vo and amusing pictures and drawings, that of- <
?rdtv.l so muoh pleasure to thoir customors and /
.ntiiioil thom at ovory visit; and bolieviDg, with"
indroda of others, that a barber shop is not a
Urtier shop without being adorned abundantly '
?tb lithographs and engravings, wo horo solemnly
ititkui some ono of tbo pi'ofession, whoso woll
ttown tasto may allow him to lead in this great
iforra, to surround himself with drawings and j
totchingo of all kinds, tobo "hung up for monu
lOate" of his determination to ombol?sh bia
tomplo of fashion" with works of art aftor tho
.turnor of formor timos, thereby not only incrooa
lg bia store and custom, but porhnpn introducing
now stylo by willoh tbo hirsuto appcaranoo of a
Dtitlomau may bo groatly curtailed and improved,
nd ho bo no longer oompollod to cry
"Tho sao that treats us thus.
When most un-oarberod, is moat barbe rous" '
Stat? Item?. u
NEWBEOBIT.-Tbo Herald naya : tt
Tho town was crowdod Monday laat. Land, fur- 1
turo, homos, mules, and a thousand so-'orths,
uni sold. A groat deal of land was disposed of
i oicollont pncoB; ouo tract brought something
ror $10 por aero, in gold.
ABBEVILLE.-Tho Banner says :
The largo amount of proporty annonnood for
Jo on Monday last callo J out our citizens gonoral
ttcm all parta of tbo District. Lands Bold by tho M
uniniasi nor brought fair prices. At tho ?hoiiflf'e C
.los, good lands woro sacrificed at vory low
;uro8. For uno vory valuable traot, sitnato noar
arpor'a l'orry, $11.37 per aero was obtained, Or
narv land sold for ?3.2? por aoxo. Horses, mulos,
id plantation ntook, commanded high pr:oes.
OHKHTEB.-Tho Standard has tho following: N'
On Monday, the 5th instant, nalos of roal estate **
310 made by tho Hhordf and Cornmisuionor in ?
lui ty. The saloB hy the Commisiiiouei' woro for Oi
ocio, on & credit of from ono to three years. Tho
grogato sales by tho Commissioner amounted to
l.i ooi-ou, and tho sum total to 518,111.t/j. The
ids ranged from $1 to $7 per aero, tho average
ico obtmnod boing $3.05 por acre.
EDOBFEBLD.-Tho Advertiser says of last solo Nt
Monday last wan salo d?*\ t?i? such a crowd of 5
;izona thronged our \ atnie squaro oa had not T
on soon thoroon, polia,-?!, nineo 1861. The ad
ilisod ?aloa of immonso quantitios of land by
a Commissioner in Equity and Ordinary, drow
ia largo crowd hither. Prices of land have vory II(
libly unproved sinco ealo day in Octobor.
3AI?S DAI IN ANDBBSON.-Notwithstanding tho |?
dden chango of the woathor, the bleak winds ~~
d frosty temperature, t. largo asaomblago of nt
beena oonvoncd at tho Court Houao, on last Mon
y. Considerable proporty changed hands. Tho
criff sold several tract? of lana, soma of thom
inglng mora than their actual worth, whilst
liera wore sold for lees than half their value,
e Ordinary'o saloa boing on one and two yoors'
?lit, realized fair pricou. The Oommtsaloner TI
d ono tnct, containing 147 aoroa, fer ?3?.00.6O : in
srewasamiy upon this traot, whioh enhanood _t
valuo somewhat. Throughout the day good ?
lor prevoilod, and though honor wa* rvadorod
IB?oohua, and froquent lthatlooii nada ia bim w
mo, wo MW rerj Utw drantenneea.
A largo portion of tho stock nccosaary has alroa
dy bcon sub-cribcd, and it may bo, before this
paragraph roacbos tho public oyo, tbo subscrip
tion will bo complolcd.
Wo direct attention to the -notice in another.
column, by which it ?rill bo soon that subscription '
lists aro iii tho hands of Col. Wni. Nottlos, and at
The Fall Term of tho Court of Sessions waa con
vened at this placo on Tuesday laat, bia Honor
?udgo Aldrich presiding, having boon detained un
til -Tioadav, in coueoquenco of thoao oft-rcourring
changos of railroad scbcdulo, Wo wore plcasod to
ace his Honor in apparently ?nu health.
A largo number of persons wore in attendance
jurvmon punctually at -thoir posta.
The buainosa of the Court will probably not
occupy more than two daya.-Sunder Watchman.
BANK OF SUMTEB.-Behoving it vitally osHcntial
to tho continued prosperity of Kum ter, and a mat
tor of interest and importance to tho people of the
District generally, wo nnuounco with much ploaa
uro that there ia now a good prospect for tho
ostablishmont of a Bank at this placo. Tho abaonco
and want of an institution of this kind has operated
UM an incubus upon nu lu tho paat, throwing the
advantages which would have accrued to ua thoro
froin into tho banda of others* and now that we aro
again struggling for lifo and place -now, in faot,
that tho tidu may bo takon by us at ita flood, tboro
should bo that degree of unity and earnestness
worthy tho auspicious momont.
THE CHAJI-EBTON NEWS.-H. L. Dan*, of tbo
Sunter News, ia the agout of this intereattng
It is with groat pleasuro that wo notice tbo de
termination of tho onorgotic proprietors to givo
tho public semi-weekly and weekly editions of their
The NOWB made a great advance in journalism in
South Carolina, and brought into uso the highest
i in pro vernon (a in typography, great business ca
pacity in its manogouiont, and, what wo achuro,
lirainH, education and rhetoric in ita editorial col
umns, added to which aro spicy and interesting
vota- in its local and its correspondent in New
York, who signs himself ".Moultrie." Tho weekly
and somi-weekly promise to ho niOBt valnablo ac
quisitions to tho couuting-rooni, tho library, tho
oilico, tho shop, tho atoro and the plantation. Seo
tho proBpcctao.-Sunder Nowa.
-mp ? a?
Many persons havo vsi-hin Ulla summer experienced
tlie benefits to bo derived from tho use of PANKNIN'S
Hr.PATio DlTTaTaal Wo would recommend thom to all
who stand in need of a tonic.
For eilo by all Druggists, a October G
TnoHE who Buffer from. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
will not regret piux-iiiBlng a bottle of Mrs. EMILY ?_
-Kircnts* Collcton Bitters. It baa novcr Hilled to relievo
tbo moat aggravated case For sale by all Druggist?.
November 8 tbatn
HoMOuriTnic MEDICAL. NOT.--.-DTB. CL_X__XV k
SOHLET (of Columbus, Ga.,) having permanently located
In Cbaxloaton, respectfully tender thoir service- to 'tbo
r-ltizen-. In tho pracUoo of Homoeopathy.
Dr. C. haa had tho ozporienco of fifteen yean in this
school of medicine.
Office at our rusldoneo. No. 11, 8. W. corner COLLEGE
and OREEN STREETS (oorner of Groen).
_EnrET~.OLJ3M_i, M. D. ...PHX-IPT.SOB__X, M.D.
September ? lyr
On tbo 4th of November, by tho Rev. I?. MUT.LKR, Mr.
aI)AM ZOLLER, of Charleston, 8. O., to Misa Ii. L.
EMILIE TBIPl'EL, eldest da-rditcr of the Rov. li. F. Tnii*
i*i:i., from Oborbntdoe, Ktogdom of Wurtemberg. *
KILLED, dt tho battle of Haw's Shop, near Richmond,
the -Rth Hay, l(i5l, ARTHUR ROBINSON, eldeet son of
J.witta K. ?nd M.VUT T. BOBII.HON, aged 21 yearn, 11
nonths and 17 dayu.
esr HU Prienda and Acrjaalntancea, anti
hose of tho fi-nily, and tho surviving membars of tho
Tharloaton Light Dragoona, ara Invited to attend tbo
iUneral Services ovorbia remains at tho Boeond Proaby
orlan Church (Wragg Bquare), To-Morrow (Hunday) Af
rrnoon, at Ono o'clock. November 10
H ?, - Tho Relatives, Friends and Aequnlnt
inceaofMr. and Mrs. Cn-B__a KBSJIDI-JI, of Mr. and
ilm. THEODORE Cou-t?, and ot Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jow
TT, are invited to attend tho Fnnoral of Mr?. THEODOR A
'. FREMDEB, at the German Lutheran Church, corner
luton and Ilosel atrccts, on To-TiJIorroto (Sunday)
ifternaon, at Three o'clock, instead of This Norning.
November IO I
tay Tlie Relatives, Friends and Acquaint?
ncca of Mrs. JDLIA FOLIA, and of her two Bona, B. and
_B. For_rr, and of tbo family, aro invited to attend tbo
Mooral of tho former, from her late residence, No. 85
lar-ot Rtrect, at Throe oVlc-Vt this F. 31.
November 10 1+
?Vu' Tlie Relatives, Krirn-lH and Aeqaalnt
ncosaf tho late EDWARD MITCHELL are respectfully
tivitod to attend his Funeral, Thi* Afternoon, at Threo
'clock, at Odd Fellowa' Hall, wltho-t further invifetlon.
Novombor 10 I
-- ? *
Dorl. O. 0. F.-ORAND LODGE OF SOUTH
AROLINA.-Tho Offlcera and Morobt-re of tho Orand
edge of Bonth Carolina aro respectfully invited to at
?iirl tbo Funeral of Orand Secretary li D WARD
UTCHELL, This Afternoon, from Odd Fellows* Hal!, at
hroe o'cloclr. B. 8. DURYEA,
November 10 1 Orand Master.
*_~ ?. O. O. F.-GRAND ENCAMPMENT,
.OTH CAROLINA.-Tho Olucoi- and Members of tbo
rand Camp are respectfully invited to attend tho Funo
il of Uielr lato Orand Bcri.o, Fatriarob EDWARD
TTCHELL, TAis Afternoon, at Threo O'I lock, from tho
dd Fullnwi/ li_ll, cornor King and Liberty e-reels.
J. E. BOTVEBS,
Novomber 10 1 Grand Patriarch.
JOS-I. O. O. F_8_?UTH CAROLINA LODGE,
o. 1.-Tho Ofllocra ?"d Members aro respoctfully In
tod to attend tb-, _"_nor_l of tho late Fast Grand, ED
ABD MITCIL-LL, at Three o'clock Tliis Afernoon, at
Id Fellow?' Hall. Tho fraternity aro invited to attend.
By order. L. C. LOYAL, fiocrotary.
November 10 ? 1
? . m>
earl. O. O. F_AflHLEy ENCAMPMENT,
0. 9.-The Oflloors and Moruben) of tho abovo Encamp
on t are respectfully Invited to attend tho Funoral of
mt Orand BeproaonUtlvo, EDWARD MITCHELL,
ii* Afternoon, at Throe o'clock, from Odd Follow?' Hall.
November 10 1 WM. CREASER, Bcribo.
?TI. O. O. F.~PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT
x 1-Tho of-oore and members of this Camp ore re*
eotfolly Invited to attend tbo Funeral of tho lato Grand
-?he. Patriarch RDWABD MITCHELL, Thi* Afternoon,
Three o'clock, from the Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Ring
d liberty street?.
By order. C. F. D. PETIT, Scribe.
November 10 1
?STL O. O. F.-MAIUON LODOS, NO. 2.
ie OiBcet. and Members of this Lodge are r_sp<y*tfully
vi tod to ottond Um Funeral of the Uto Grand Secretary
the Orana Lodge of South O-rottne. Brother KDWABD
?TOHBLL, This Afterneon, al Three o'<_ock, ftxm (he
Id Fo_oirB- Han, corser of H_n_ a_4 liberty
By oraeri c. ?, D. nan;
mar NOTICE.-CONSIGN?ES PER SHIP MIS
SOURI, from Now York, aro hereby noti?od that ano IB
discharging cargo at Atlantic Wharf. Goods remaining
on tho wharf at sunset will be stored at their risk and ex
pense. W. D. SMITH A OO.
November 10 1
DOT NOTICE.-CONSIGNEES PER BR. BRIG
ANTINE "CARDIGAN" aro hornby notified that uho has
boen ontcrod under tho Fivo Day Act. All goods not
pormlttod at tbo expiration of that time will bo sent to
tho Custom House Stores.
JNO. FBABER A CO.,
November 10 8
VW CHDRCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
Divine Service every Sunday Evtning at quarter-past 7
o'clock. 1 Novombor 10
?ST TRINITY METHODIST EPI800PAL
CHURCH SOUTH, HABEL STREBT.-Service will bo
held In this Church To-Morrow (Sunday), at half-past
Ten o'clock A. M., half-past Throo P. M" and Seven P.
M. 1 November 10
?-ORPHAN HOUSE CHAPEL.-THE REV.
LUCIUS CUTHBERT, of bo Citadel Sqnaro baptist
Church, will perform Divino Service in this Chapel To
morrow Afternoon, 11th instant, at half-past 3 o'clock.
November 10 1
JOST CITADEL SQUARE CHURCH.-SERVICES
in this Church by tho Postor, Ro-v. L CUTHBERT, at
10,!? o'clock A. M., To-Morrow. AnnlvorsarytExerciBCS of
the Sabbath Behool lo tho afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Novombor 10 1
JOS-UNITARIAN CHURCH.-REV. THOS.
niRST SMITH, of England, now Pastor of this Church,
will conduct the Services commencing TV-Jforoie, 11th
hint., ot tlio usual hourn-morning and ofternoon. Tbo
public aro respectfully invited to toko soats with tho con
gregation. 1 Novombor 10
?B- YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION.-Tho Rev. C. V. QAD3DEN will dolivor a Sermon
beforo tho Young Mon's Christian Association To-Mor
row Evening, tho 11th instant, m Trinity M. E Church,
Hanoi street, commencing at 7 ?Hi o'clock.
Tho Clergy of tb? city, the public, and especially young
men, aro Invited to attend.
A mooting of tho Association will bo hold immediately
after tho close of tbo publio scrvioea.
A collection will bo taken up for tho benefit of tho As
By order of tbo President S. C. BROWN,
November 10 / 1 Secretary.
tisr ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE BRITISH
hork B. V. SHAW. J. M. CAMM Mauler, must bo presented
it our Office at or beforo It o'clock Meridian, on Friday,
3th inst, or thoy will bo debaraod payment
J. A. EN8LOW A CO..
November 7 Consignees.
A3- ST. PHILIPS 8TREET SCHOOL-AN
ELECTION FOR TEACHERS of .tbo St. Philip's Stroot
School will b? held on the Ifth 4nst
All applications must bo loft with tbo undersignod at
'ho Normal School, on or beforo tho lOtb inst.j
Dy order of the Board
E MONTAGUE GRIMME,
i Secretary C, F. Schools
November 6 6
OS- MESSRS. EDITORS : PLEASE ANNOUNCE
Captain JAMES M. CARSON as a Candidato to represent
his District lu tho Legislature st the ensuing election,
ruo3day ncrt, November 13, and obligo
Novomber 10 MANV VOTEB8.
??-MB. EDrrO?.-YOU WILL PLEASE AN
NOUNCE R. a BRUNv? ita a Oandlduto foi- tho Legtdiv
uro, to supply the place of F. D. RICHARDSON, ro
ignod. MANY VOTERS.
OS'Vm ARE ATTUOIUZED TO ANNOUNCE
dr. W. P. PAlTER?iON os a Candidato for tho Lcgtaio
uro, to ?R tlio pluoo modo vacant by tho roalguaticm of
ft D. iiion.4Ji.proh-. Esq. November 6
?S-MESSR6. EDITORS : -PI J3ASE ANNOUNCE
:ol. EDWARD MoCRADY, Jr.. as a Candidato for tho
legislature f.xxu thi? City, in placo of F. D. EJOIUJID?ON,
nd obligo MANY FRIENDS.
4S-WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a oondidato for Sheriff of
ihorhiHlon (Judicial) District, at the noxt election.
m3- MESSRS. EDITORS:-PLEAEEAN
?OUNOE JOHN T. MILLIGAN as a Candidate for Sheriff
f Charleston District, at tho eloctlon in July next,
THE MECHANICS AND WORKENGMEN.
September 29 g
B3- MESSRS. EDITORS i-YOU ARE HEREBY
uthorucd to announce tho Han. JOHN I.. NOV/ELL as
Candidate for tho 8horiC.ilty at tho next eloctlon.
October 30_ tua
JOS-MESSRS. EDITORS :-YOU VlLL PLEASE
tmounco Con. A M. MANIGAULT os a Candidato tor
he riff at tbo ensuing eloctlon. ? CITIZIIN.
Novombor 3 stu
titra. S. PARRAR BROS ? CO. M.IAVIPAT
EBSON.-PETITION FOR LEAVE TO SDUSTITT/ E
EW RECORD.-It appearing to my satisfaction that tho
?fendant in this caso is absent from and without the
ml ta of tbo State : On motion of Mesara. HENDEIWON k
RUHE, it is ordered that ho do plead, answer or demur
creto, in thirty days from tie publication of this order,
' this petition will bo token pro confetso against Ulm.
J. K. UNDER, C. O. T.
Clork'n Offloe, CoUcton District, t?. C, Oct. 5, I860.
Octobor 37_ st
~?*r EI 11 B H O II ? P T V N .
cr Riit<r*rlifrnfte ift b?rett tfrbidjaftert lu trattib cimw
heile -Dfiitfifciuiib in crbcbni, ?<lt>it |u coUtctlrin sal
n?tije Y?ultrijc jil belora?? ?llnn nxxtt (iii? tun : ?fccr?
nilimfl ttfffCt an <S. A}. Votier in Veiw:
eNr *t-. tVttbrttit?, 197 tUtn Bay, OKirlc-iton, ? O
Sept. 30 tnstu3mos
Mercutlo aaid of his wound,
"It wat not at cUep a* a -tait, or at vide
Ata oatt, but ii would da."
PI-A.VTATIOH nrrri'.im wiH not raleo tho dead
But Uicy euro tbo sick, oxalt tbo depressed.
Add a roso tint charm to tho social circle.
And render life a thing to be enjoyed.
Also, tlio thing lUolf Is quito oojoyobio.
Nevor waa scorching Tonic in such pleasant shape.
Tender youth, declining age, tho mind
P'erwvought by mental caro, most gentle fcmnlos.
And tho ?rock of mon, all find theso Bitter?
Tho balm of Ufa and sooroe of health.
Delay not a trial. Convetilontly deposited
In ovory town wborover olrillutlon 'extends,
It can bo obtained, truo, genuine and ?uro.
November 0 tutha3
Ovum ST DECODE car roo PATBI? lioar.-Noblo,
lotifal and fitting la ii to Uve tor one's oonntiy > and
Umore beautiful is It to aavo the live? of oUint. Thhi
? been doo? In cast* almost without number, by Dr.
Mt. Mian ni. la the preparation of Ma lnvalaablo
aawvAMLB nuirrrrra PILTJL XW MI? bj *n
?girt? xoNi ft <uaen>BT, uwtt
' GOODRICH. W1HBCAM ft HO., a*****.
AND II1IPORTER OF
FRENCH WECTMERY, FRUITS, TOYS,
Fancy Articles, &c,
NO. 276 KING-STREET,
Third Boar above Hasel-Strcet,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
fTTHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
X bia Monds, and tbo public gonorolly, that bia
?TOOK IB NOW COMPLETE, and to the same ho uoUclta
Inspection. This Stock oomprisoa ovory article connoct
od with an establishment of this kind-unequalled in this
AMOHU rr wn,r. OB FOOTTD :
FRENCH GLACIES AND PRE
HUGH AS :
GREEN GAGES, ko., Ac.
The above Fruits can bo bad in BRANDY OR JELLY.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FRENCH CORDIAL.
In tbo CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENT tho assort
tnont is VERY LARGE. AND OF THE VERY BEST
AMONO na FANcr ARTICLES WIU DE FOU?TD :
FANCY BON-BON BOXES
PORTADLE WRITING CASES
LADIES' WORK CASES AND CABAS
WORK AND JEWELRY BOXES
PHOTOGRAPH BON-BON BOXES
POCKET-BOOKS. Ac. &c.
Huiublo ibr Christmas and New Year proeonts.
V LARGE COLLECTION OF DOLLS AND TOYS-SOME
VERY FINE PIECES.
Tho above, with many other articles too numerous to
nention, is offorad at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, at
NO. 276 KING STREET.
Novombor 10 _ _ 1
PREPARE FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
REMEMBER THAT FRED. VON BAUTEN. NO. 200
KING-STREET /this Is his address, if you wish to
trdor by moll), has this Bc&son au unusually large, and
-oriolnly tho most beautiful coUectlon of FANCY
iOODb, TOYS and FIREWORKS in this city. He has
icon eatubb'shod boro for seventeen years, and Mar
banu, P.antera and families residing in or visiting tbo
lty will find it profitable, instructivo and amusing to
aspect the Goods which ho is now opening at tho SANTA
ILAUS HEADQUARTERS, and which will miko suitable
irosents ior tho coining holidays. Ii you cannot visit
dm personally, any ono acquainted with tho city will
oil you that Vox HANTEN Uno? s bow to give soUsfa?
lon in filling nil orders for tho country, which aro on
rusted to his caro. Outside of his Bbolt Ooods, be offers
c tho Trade TOYS. FIREWORKS and CONFECTIONE
tY, put up together or separately, lu original boxes, at
riooa ranging from flvo to one huudrod dollars per case.
If you wish to buy or order any Toys or otlior 1'ronontn
xr your parents, children or friends, in tho Fancy Goods
no, snob as beautiful CABAS, WORK BOXES, CHINA
?RNAalENTS. JEWEL OASE8, TOILET SETTS. FO
JOS, CARD OASES, and most beautiful ALBUMS, co it
ig from k1 up to ?'JI euch, und other ornamontul as wcU
a usoful Presents, go to
SANTA GLAUS1 HEADQUARTERS,
No, Q30 KING-STREET,
Throj doora bolow Wonlwor.b-slroot.
November IO etut' 2nio
rUST RECEIVED FROM CHAR REICHE k BRO.,
importera and doalera of Birds aud Aulmals,
FIVES III INDUE?
TOGETHER WITH A LOT OF
., PARROTS, &0.
ALBO, A LOT OF HAND30M?
Bird Fanciers please call early, as they will remain but
abort timo in Ino city.
Apply at NO. OU MUK TIN? STREET,
Novumbor 7 6 NEXT BULLS HOUSE.
C. C. TRUHBO & SON
?AVB REMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM Na IV?
Moetlng-stroct to No. 43 MARKET-STREET, bolow
.-o?iig-strort, where they havo ou baud an aseortmant
BUILDING MATERIALS, huoh no Door?, Sanhcs,
bills, lime, Ceniont, Plaster Furia, Hair, Sboot Lend,
ils, 3 and 4 lnoii ; Mahogany riuuk of rorloon width?
d strip?, uuvod out for hand rolls; Mahogany Nowcl
ilii and Ballostors, Oil at rcducod prices.
Mr. K. AUSTIN, ARont, can bo found th*rc, who will
^p oa band PAINTS, OUM, GLASS, PUTTT AND
ttT.SHl?-adl of which will bo ?oki at low price?.
November G taths2iooa
?TA MODERN MIRACLE!-FROM OLD AND
ung, from rich and poor, from bigh-born and lowly,
nea the uni verdal volco of praise for
lALL'S VEGETARLE SICILIAN HAIR nENBWER.
t is a porfbet and miraculous ortlclo. Cures baldness.
kes bair grow. A bolter dressing than any "oil" or
ama turn." Softens brash, dry and wiry hair Into
iutiiiii Silken Tresses. But, above all. tbo great won
.is the rapidity with which it reataros GRAY HAIR
i IT8 ORIGINAL COLOR.
by It a few times, and ,
i whitest and worst looking hair resumes its youthful
mtv. It docs not dvo tho hair, but strikes at tho roots,
I fills it with now life and coloring matter,
t will not toko a long, dlaagroeablo trial to provo tho
th of this matter. Tho first application will do good;
1 will soo tbo NATURAL COLOR returning ovory day,
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
old, gray, discolored appearanoes of the hair will be
io, giving placo to lustroua, shining, and beautiful
als. tor Hall'? Bciciltan Hair Ronewcr ; no other arti ci o
t ta Uko It la effect. You will find It
EiP TO BUT. PLEASANT TO TRY,
and BUBB TO DO TOU GOOD.
Twre ara maa* Imitation*. Baton? you procuro the
mia*, manttiaotored only by _
B. P. HALL A OO.. Noorna, N. H.
l*9*ata% j all rtrngiiat? WboUaoleby
Urea min* . Clm*-\\aiv\,
-t.- ._. v j_i VJiiiIX 1. C5.
BO?BAUM & Mil,
No. 18G KING STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABO VE HORLBECK'S ALLEY.
HAVE JUST BECEIVED THEIR NEWBTOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER OOODS, conslating of the
flne-t FRENCH AND ENOL1SH DB0ADCLOl_lS, DOE
SKINS, and a full varloty of tho noateat and latent style
pattorna or OA8BMEKK-, VELVET-, BILE-, bo..
Beevor and Esquimaux Clothe, for Overcoats, and a full
supply of Medium Orado Cloths and Cosslmcrea for Bu
Tboy aro now prepared to make up Oannonts aa cheap
ly as eau bo dono in any Northern city, and finiahod u?
tho latest and most fashionable styles, or many stylo that
may bo doslred.
They i cspoctfully Invite their frionds and tho public to
call and OTamlno tho ?too- for themselves.
AU orders will be promptly executed and gocd fits and
prompt workmanship wlU bo guaranteed.
November 10 Btuth-mo
HAS NOW OPENED HER BDBINE8S OF
AT No. G CLIFFORD STREET.
Hours from 8 in tho morning tin 9 at night.
November 10 c?
C .A. 3R. ID -
W. J. TRIM
BEGS TO INFOIIM HU FRIENDS THAT HE HAH
rooponed lila Store at No. HO MARKET HTBEET, whoro
he ia proparod to offer to his former patrons a c'iolcc lot
of GROCERIES, Kieeta i from the B-lUnioro market-.
Fcruona wishing domrabl?. family supplia.? can bo readily
suited. Having received a liberal p-itronago bet?re tho
fire which consumed hia stock, he hopea, by ?tctot at
tention to business, to merit a continuance of Un eamc.
November B Uno
FlKt_ INSURANCE AUENCY.
LONDON AND LANMilRE
(ONE MILLION 8TERLINO.)
WELL TAKE FIRE RI9K3 IN THIS CTTY ON LIB
LOSSES 8ETTLED HERE.
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent,
OFFICE No. 41 HA YNE STREET.
Two doora cast of Moo tin?, street.
Or at the ELMORE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO..
No. 20 Broad street, to WM. M. MABTTir.
BROKEN FORTUNES ~
FAC?. WORTH REMEMRERItiG.
F REPAIR VOUR BROKEN FORTUNES IT IS ES
SENTIAL you should practico economy. Do yon
r/lsb to buy FURNITURE? Have your money by buy
nn at MACKE? b BAKER*&
To ropair your BROKEN FURNITURE, and ba-o it
nido equal to now,
lAOKEY _ BAKER will do it at a ?nail coat.
IACKEY te BAKER aro alio prepsrod lo turn out all
inda of Furnitur?, and do all kind*) of Turning.
THE ADGEH BUILDING,
Cornor King and Marlcot street?,
Novomber 0 y Entrance on Bljrket street.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
.oolts, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lenra supply of fiT,VTIOMERY
rt?OTointAi'H.s. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET HOOKS, DIABLE-! for 1807, Eta
A Ano and _u_e arlrTctlon of NOVELS, by the moat
?lobiated author?). b'ONO ROOKH, BOOKS for HOmo
All U10 MONTHLY ?MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PXPER8.
DAILIES constuitly 011 hand, und subeoripUona re
lived for tho 1?.
Oidora from tbo country aro r^octruliy eoU-lted.
TERM? LIBERAL. Novomber 8
_V>R SALE AT ALT. rR-OMlNENT OltO-KBS. WINE
. MERCHANTS ?VNI> DRUGOI?TH, and Wholcsalo
y L. PUNK, Jr., Sole A -ont,
o. tVG ?LIBEHTlf.-.STKJH.?_?_.* -V-SW YORK.
Au.-uit -1 _Snios
The Laws of Health.
It ia uaelooa for SUto Le.ns'aturoa to pana Inn tor tho
iiKjri'-tloii ol'tbo imbii..- lnvtltli, if tim groat law of telf
tterrntion, which d?pendu for ita enforcement upon
i will of the tnilis?t??-!, in auiTorod to remain a dead
thoro la acarcoly an adult membor of tho oommunity.
olthor sex, lu thin oouutry, who has not noon the tetti
>ny In favor of HOSTETTIiR'S 8TOMAOII BITTERS,
nluhotl over Uieir own ei-rnaturoa by peraona of ao
Qwledgod omlaoacc Lu adenee, literature, arl, cotn
irco, and ovory il.-paitmnntof buslncoaandprofts-alooal
>. Thou o wiUic-aos have doclarod In tho moot oxpllcJt
ma that the preparation la a nafoguatd against cpl
xdes, a s .i v_r?lgit remedy for dyapop?-!, a valuablo anti*
lona meilicluo, a promoter of appetite, a genial and
rmlcaa atlmulaut, a good aocllmaUng medicine, a
ongthener of the ncrvo?, a gonoral i 11 vigoran t, a oro
Uon against tho dolotoiloua offbete of malaria and ka
ro water, and that it imparta a degree of vigor and ac
Ity to tho vital forces which le not communicated by
y other of the tonics ana atomac-ica in nao. Under
?so clrour-stanccs tho Mlf-preeervaltve law of _*i_ro
, uld teach overv rational pcroon who, either by reason
Inherent debUlty or In consoquenc. of t-rpoeurs to nn
nlaeomo influences, is In peril of losing the greatest ot
t-mporal blessings, nanam, the imp?rtanos of using
1 BITTERS, as A atfentte medicine, Dy-peptio* who
jVsot to give it ? trial ano sin-ply t_e_- own eaotnie*. It
!-_^._ -- -.._ l-b.-ajp-u- a- r?| |^ ttnmti niri| t_fr
-maand rxmxxa w_l Cod nothing In thai amale wag?
ofllcial end ptxjQdMarr miiiialeei ?MA ?A attotb.
m the flame roUoL 5 QMpBBlMVl