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VOLUME III....NO. 387.]
CHARLESTON, S. C. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 18GG.
[PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Atrocious Morder at Branch ville.
[8-EOIAL TO THE DAILY NEWS.]
BBANOHYTLLE, November 10.-Mrs. GAnviN and
her daughter, whilo out riding on Thursday last,
near Orangoburg, were killed by two negroes, who
knocked thom in the hoad with an axe. Tho mur
derers were arre&tod, and are on their way to
Orangeburg. It was difficult to restrain tho peo
ple from taking summary vengeance on them.
Per Atlantic Cattle.
LONDON, November 9-Evening.-No political
news of importance to-day. Consola 89_; Fives 69.
LrvEiiPoo-, Novombor 9.-Cotton unchanged;
Middling Uplands 14$d ; eales to-day 100O bales.
LONDON, Novombor 10.-At a recent banquet tho
English Premier, Lord DEBUT, made a friendly
allusion to Amorica, in which bo hoped that any
questions between tho Governments of tho United
States and Great Britain might bo approaohed in
a forboaring and conciliatory spirit, which might
remove all bitterness and cornent the friendship of
the two nations.
The great roform meeting is appointed to tako
place in London on December 3d.
ST. PETEBSBVJBO, Novombor 10.-The Czaro
witz and tho Princess DOGN?_B woro married yes
terday, with great fostivity and tojoioing through
out the city. Tho Czar commuted the sentoncos
of n largo number of prisoners, and remitted tho
arrears of taxes.
WASHINGTON, Novombor 11.-Mnjor-Gcnoral FB.,
late Frovoat Marshal of tho United States, sailed
from Now York yesterday, for California, to enter
upon the duties of Adjutant-General of the Military
Division of tho Pacific.
BALTTMOBE, November 11.-There is much in
terest felt to loam tho decision of Judge BABTOL
in the Habeas Corpus case of tho Polico Commis
sioners appointed by Gov. SWANN to- aucooed the
old Board, and in the case of Shoriff TIIOXITBON,
arrested and committed for not sunnnonlng a
jyosse in answer to the requisition of tho newly ap
pointed Commissioners. Tho docision is expected
to cover the whole ground as to the legality of
Gov. SWANN'B action, and tho consequent legality
or illegality of the proceedings in Judge BOND'S
Court. It is gonorolly boliovcd that Gov. SWANN
will immediately summon an extra Beasion of tho
Legislature, when questions of groat moment to
people in the State will bo submitted.
, Canadian Items.
" MOK-BEA-,, Novomber 10.-Nannie CraSHock, a
noted raco horse, ia dead. The Prince of Wales'
birthday was celebrated last night. It is thought
that louie ?icy will bo extended to the Fenian prison
er MCMAHON. ;
Iliberal Successes In Mexico.
NEW OBLEANS, November 10_Late Mexican
advices say that all Northern Moxico, excopt Du
rango, is in tbo hands of the Liberals. Tho Mexi
can territory is clear of Indians, with the excep
tion of Toxns. Tho frontier military posts being
unoccupied, they axe now full of them.
WASHINGTON, November 10.-A delegation of
prominont WoBtorn men, including the Hou. Mr.
Mona?-*-', member of Congross elect from Ohio,
called upon tho President yesterday, to urge tho
romoval of Mr. ROLLINS, and tho appointment of
Mr. SPOMKU, as Commissioner of tho Internal
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The Baltimore Police Case.
BALTiMonE, November 10.-Tho argumont in the
Habeas Corpus caso was concludod this afternoon.
Jugde BABTOL will ounounce his decision on Tues
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Tile Mexican Ministry.
NEW YOEE, November 10_Lieut.-Gen. SHEBUAN
and the Hon. L. D. CAMPBELL, Minister to Mexico,
sailed to-day for Vera Cruz.
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Kew York Market.*
NEW YOBK, Novombor 10.-Gold 45.. Exchange
Cotton declining-, with a very little demand;
sales to-day 800 balos; Middling Uplands, 36 conts;
Middling Orloans, 38 cont3. Flour dull and 10@20
cents lower. Whoat 2@3 cents lower. -Corn dull,
without a decided chango. Fork lowor and irregu
lar. Turpontino quiet at 81 @82 cents. Lard
heavy and lowor. Gold 41j.
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MOBILE, Novembor 10.-The Bales of Cotton to
day woro -150 balos Middlings at 84 couta. Market
THE ATLANTA HOLLINO MILLS.-Tho valuable
machinery for rolling railroad iron, which was at
one timo located at Atlanta (Cn.), and whioh was
afterwards removed from that point for military
reasons, has, it would appear from the following
whioh we copy from the Wilmington (N. C.) Jour
pal of Friday, turned np at that point, where it
ps thought thoy will bo permanently located. Wo
do not lenow tho particular objooi tho parties may
havo in viow in taking thom to that point, bub it
may bo in anticipation of procuring ?coal and iron
from the North Carolina doposits of these minorais
which Le conven ont to tho Capo Foar Bivor above.
The Journal says :
Wo are pleased to announce that tho above mills
will shortly bo located tit this placo, tho removal
from Atlanta having been dotermined on. Part of
tho machinery has already arrived; tho remainder
will probably fohow in a few days. They are quito
extensive works, and aro ownodf by tho wilmington
and Woldon and South Carolina Railroad Com
panies, John Fraser &, Co., of Charleston, and pro
pafoly others. Tho works aro used for rolling ont
railroad iron-straightening thoso bara which
havo become bent or othorwise injured.
The announcement of tho removal of thoso ex
tensive wor- s affords us much satisfaction, as it
will havo tho offeot of increasing our population at
least one thousand, and will al >o incror.EO tho re
ceipts of onr railroad companies from tho fact that
manv roads in the South havo tho work upon f hoir
disabled bara performed at these mills.
We are not at present in receipt of information
ps regards tho silo solectod for tho oreotlon of tho
works, if, indeed, tho selection has boen made, but
it will, no doubt, bo oonvoniont of aoceas from the
river and tho soveral railroad depots.
In the spring of 1667 the people of Virginia will
havo to elect a Governor, a Lieutenant Governor,
an Attorney Gen oral, a fall delegation of Congrose
mon and Morabors of tho General Assembly. Many
Virginians now Bving in Western and., Gfllf States
IKT? expected Roontb retara to tho "Old DomlnUm."
?Booh is tho tenor of lette? that go back from her
wMido. Lag ohildron,
The llancas Corpus Case In Baltimore.
(From the Ballimore Sun, of Friday.]
Tho roturn on tho writs of habeas corpus in the
caso of tho two now rolico Commissioners, Messrs.
VALIANT aud YOUNO, and Sheriff THOMPSON, was
mado by the Warden of tho jail yesterday morning
before Judge BABTOI?, of tho Court of Appoals.
The Commissioners and ?Shoriff had beon arrested
on warrant? issued by Judgo BOND, of the Crimi
nal Court, last Saturday, for all?gea criminal pro
ceedings, at the instance of parties acting, as is
woll known, in tho intercut of tho old Commission
ers, Messrs. Hindos and Wood, removed by the
Governor for cauBO, but rofusing to vacate their
office. It appears by the proceedings of yesterday
that two seta of commitments had been mado out
in the cases respectively of the Commissioners.
In addition to thoso of Saturday, another, or
amended form of commitment, was made in eaoh
coso on Monday. Tho amondod commitment
ohargos them with having unlawfully con
spired toEother, and with unknown per
sons, by force and arms, and with a strong
band, to oxpol, romovo, and put out Samuel
Hindos and Nicholas L. Wood, police commission
ers of the city of Baltimore, from tho office, build
ing and pronerty, now occupied and possessed by
thom as such police commissioners. Tho roturn
in the sheriff's caso recites that ho ia hold by vir
tue of commitments! issued by the Criminal Court,
charging him -with attempting to incite a rout
and riot, and with conspiring with o thora te incite
a rout and riot, by calling au unlawful assemblage
To these oharges counsel had te pload; and on tue
part of tho commissioners, it is asserted In tho
papers, that they wero not engaged in any unlaw
ful proceedings, and being the regularly appointed
pobco commissioners, woro performing their duty
na such commissioners. On tho part of tho shoriiT,
the plea denies tbat bo was engaged in oxoiting
any rout and riot, ace, but that he was performing
his dutios as sheriff, obeying the orders of tho po
lico commissioners, regularly appointed.
Thoro was considerable delay in the preparation
of tho pleadings and tho counsol for the old com
missioners desired to stand upon tho commit
ments, bnt the court decided that ovidenco should
bo offered bv tho respondents .to provo the
sufficiency of their returns, and numerous wit
nesses wero examined by 'thom. The petitioners
offered counter evidence. Tho testimony on both
sidon wau concluded, and tho case will bo argued
to-day by thoir counsol on each side, tho petition
| era to close the argument, .
It will bo seen that a proposition for a compro
miso was made by respondents, on the basis of
the discharge of the new commissioners on thoir
own recognizance, provided they proceed only by
mandamus to assort thoir title, out thoir counsel
declined it, assorting that their clients had Only
been in tho rightful oxorcise of the dutios of thoir
office. They would, however, adviso tho pursuit
of the remedy by mandamus instead of force, as a
modo of obtaining possession of the property ap
pertaining to the poli co board, This waa ino
course pursued as regards the police propertv
when our metropolitan Bystem first wont into
effect, and, of course, has no bearing upon the
right of offico of tho new commisaionors.
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CONFEDERATE VESSELS BESTOBBD.-A dispatch
from Fortress Monroe states that, in'accordance
with instructions from . Qaartennaator-General
MEIGS, Lioufnnnnt-Colonol WB-TAL,'tho "United
States Quartermtistor at this post, has made a anal
disposition of all tho water transportation in his
department. Tho United States tug Mosswood
procooda to Baltimore to-morrow, whero she will
bo sold at Govornmont auction sale, and probably
bo bought in by agents of the Treasury Depart
ment, to bo convortcd into a revenue cutter. Tho
tug Geneva and tho barges Hope and James B.
Gould, will bo turned over to Colonel Loornis,
agent of the Treasury Dopartmont at Bichmond,
and by him transferred to their formeKOonfedcrato
This tug Genova was formerly tho Kahukco, a
sort of gunboat in tho Confederate sorvico, nnd
was sot on fire and burned to tho water's od 'o at
tho evacuation of Norfolk and its ocoupation by
General Wool. Tho barges Hope and James B.
Gould, both bniltof iron, woro also sunk. Allthreo
boats woro taken in charge by tho Quartorinastor's
Department, and ropaired. Tho Geneva' waa to
havo boon converted into a. gunboat, for General
Graham's army gunboat flotilla, but was after
wards converted into a water boat, it is eo;d, at an
oipendituro of $50,000.
CONFEDEBATE MONET IN COUBT_Wo clip tho fol
lowing from tho Now Orleans Crescent, of Wednes
In the Fourth Di?trict Court the validity of Con
fodorato money, as a consideration, has -Tain beon
brought into question. The oase waa that of S.
Oner ... Nugent & Co. and Wm. H. Dunbar. Tho
suit was on a draft of Dunbar, accepted by Nugont
& Co. in 1861. Tlie defence waB that no conside
ration-was gi von for tho draft, as the money, for
which it waa givon, was Confederate money.
Judge Thoard gavejudgmont for plaintiffs upon
tho grounds : 1st. That it was in ovidenco that, as
consideration for this draft, no Confederate money
was paid, but that Osor gavo his chock, which waa
deposited in bank, to the credit of Nugont and Co..
who used it in tho usual course of bu-ineas. 2d,
Tbat, if the check had boon paid in Confcdorato
? money, which waa then current, dofondant could
net now como into court and tender any paper of
that description, which they might pnrcnaso for a
I trifle. In accordnnco with the decision of the Su
preme Court of the State in " the Emerson casb,
limy moat produce tho idontioal Confederate notes
which they roceived. As far as Dunbar ?B oo?oern
od, tho Judge cursorily remarked that tho drawer,
as is well known, cannot pload want of considera
tion against a third party holding a uoto in good
THE LONDON TEHES ON THE NEOBO.-The Lon
don Times, in dilating on tho subjoat of negro
suffrage in tho United States, save :
Why cannot the negro be declared a citizon and
invested with all tho righto of a man ? Thoroal
answer is that bo is not a citizen, and cannot be
made a citizon by a proclamation or a law. Wo
have unfortunately had a little experience ot our
own in this matter. Wo gavo tho Jamaica nogra,
in common with his white master, civil aqualitv,
and tho right of Bolf-governmont, and BOO howie
has ondeo. All the negro's instincts and habits
f'o in the other direction. Ho is caroloss, crodu
ouB and depondont; easily oxcited, easily duped,
ooaily fright-nod; always tho roady victim of the
stronger will. He is material for the hands of any
body who wishes to m&ko uno of him.' Invested
wita full political ri ht?, tho race mus* bo a moga
_ino of misohlef. In Junaioa.it appears that ino
negroes would imbibe, at a day's notioo, any
absurd delusion as to tho authority and wishes of
tho British queen, of the commissioners, or any
oody else; but what hoy woro always looking for
waa something to be given, or something to bo
dono for thom, or nomo law to maleo them all rich,
happy land owners, and tax froo forever. Such
mon aro not citizens, call thom so aa we will.
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CONO-IIS- MAY ABOLISH THB SODTHEBN STATE
GOV-HNUEMTS.-Hon. Gcorgo S. Bontwoll deliver
ed a leetnro in Boston on Wednesday ovoning in
favor of negro suffrage, in which he said that all
the interesta of business axe centered in tho freed
moa and elevation of these people. Coming next
toa discussion of tho policy which tho Fortieth
Congress Bhould adopt, Mr. Bontwoll said two
great ends must be brought about-first, universal
BufiVago. Ono way Of obtaining this was by hold
ing tho States as they now are, until, by their own
motion, they do j us tico to tho colored Dooplo. Con
greso may abolish the governments of those States
who shall and who shall not vote. This is most
likely the result to which the action of Congress
now tends-the destruction of these falso govern
ments and the formation of constitutional govorn
meate. The next object to bo acoomplinhed was
tho punishment of the President, if he should bo
found guilty of unconstitutional sots. _ "^^
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Numerous quails are Ulled in tb>o ?troite of La w
ronoo, EssiHaC. They cometo devour grasshop
The Next Congress.
There is now no doubt that the fortioth Con
gress, to assemble in Deccmbor of next year, will
bo composed of a largo majority of Radicals. Tho
Philadelphia Inquire)' (Radical), epoaking of tho
result of Tuesday^ elections, romarkB :
The Congressional dologation in the fortieth
Congress, it is now settled, will be abont tho samo
in party strength as it was in tho thirty-ninth.
The only chango that has boon made is in Mary
land, and in that State tho Republican IOSB IS
really only of one Congressman, the other, who ?B
ro-oleotod, having gone over to the Johnson
policy somo time ago. Delaware romains the
same. Now Jersey adds two to the Ropubli
:an Congressmen. The Now York dologation
is about tho same aa in the present Congress,
tn Missouri there is a Republican gain of ono
Congressman, and in tho Btates of Illinois, Minne
sota, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada, according
to tho returns received, tho returns will bein favor
sf tho parties which were victorious in 1861. Tho
jloctions on Tuesday gave about sixty-nine or
seventy Republicans in tho Houso of ReproBon*
tatiyes to twenty or twenty-one Dem?crata. With
:ho monibors already, it is established beyond
di doubt that in tho House the Republicans will
aavo considerably moro than two-thirds of the
In the Senato there will be an increase of tho Re
publican Btrongth. The loes of Senator Creswell
n Maryland will ho compensated by tho olection of
i Republican in New Jersey. Illinois will elect a
Republican Senator, Kansas will choose two, and
Missouri, New York, Novada, Pennsylvania and
?Visconain will each oloct ono. Tho next Senate
V?H, therefore, stand forty-four Republicans to
light Democrats-more than a three-fourths ma
ority for the former party.
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nie President to General Thruckmorton, of
Tho following is the reply of Prosidont JOHNSON
o tho inquiry of the Governor of Texas, whether
my furthor stops wore required to bo takon by the
luthoritios and people of that State to qualify it to
on uni o its position in tho Union:
WASHINGTON, Octobor 30, 1806_Goo. Throck
norlon : Your telegram of the 29th instant just
occivod. I have nothing furthor to suggest Chan
urging upon tho Legislature to make all laws in
'olving civil rights OB complote as possible BO as
o extend equal and exaot justice to all persons,
ritliout rogard to color, if it has not boon done.
Ye should not despair of the republic. Hy faith
a strong. My confidence ia unlimited in the W?B
lom, prudence, virtuo, intelligence* and magna
limity of the great mais of tho people; and that
hoir ultimate decision will bo uninfluencod by pas
iion and prejudice, engendered by tho late civil
var, for the oomplete restoration of the Union by
ho admission or loyal Roprosontatives and Senat
ors from all the States to the respectivo houses of
he Congress of tho United States.
FonEiON COMMEBCE.-The New York Excning
Post of Thursday, the 8th inat., has the following
.emarks on tho commorco of the country :
Our imports from England show an increase ol
100 por cent, in tho first eight months of tho pres
>nt year,. as compared with the corresponding
leriod of 1865, Taking into calcul?t ion the twenty
,wo principal commodities exported, their aggro- |
rule value to tho 'Jlst August fas was upwards of
E16.000.000 sterling, against less than ?8,000,000 in
ho preceding year. Of the remaining articles of
exportation no account ia yet compiled. With the
ixoontion of cools and snoop's wool, on each of
ffhidn there is an unimportant decrease, every
tem oxhibits an augmentation, and in aomo in
itanccs is of considerable magnitude, as, for exam
ilo, on manufacturen of cotton tho amount is
ilniost le million ; on manufactures of linon, up
vards of ono million ; on manufactures of iron and
ttcel about the samo ; on manufactures of wool,
.cry noarly two millions. Aftor thom next in im
>ortanco aro alkali, on which tho incroaso is
?858,074; ear then wo ro, ?265,704; habord?sherT.
:452,301 ; hardwaroa and cutlery, ?433,561 ; tin
li?tes, ?113,100; oil seed, ?108,58.) ; manfae
ures of silk, ?122,397 ; ootton throad. ?166,091 ;
?non thread, ?79,806; and salt, ?56,646; the total
lot increase amounting to ?8,333,709.
TEUSOHAPH FAO-SIMILE8.-Mr. Field has brought
mt to this country a nunibor of very interesting
ipecitiicna of tho system of telegraphing now in
iporation botwocn Paris and Lyons, and Paris and
lordoaux, by which exact copios of tho message
.ro produced at oithor extremity of tho Uncu solely
>y mechanical moans. Tho moseago ?B written on
ireparod paper covered with a load-colored ?ur
aco, whian is a non-conductor of tho electric fluid,
?he writing or drawing in the ink furnished for
ho purpose, changos the pointa touched by it to
bo oppoBito oleotrical character. Tho pendulum
s swinging at each end of tho circuit in unison,
ta upper end is divided into points, say. like a llnc
ootb comb. Tho message being pasBod over thoso
,t ono end, sondB a current to correspond with the
niting on lines, and produces ali oxact copy of tho
iriginal upon the prepared paper held to tho vi
irating pendulum in the distant city. Thus a fac
limilo or writing and signature ia furnished with
mt any skill of the operator. A drawing of tho likc
loas of a thief or absconding olork is reproduced
nth minuto faithfulnosB. Pattorns of machinery,
lattorns for bonnets, hieroglyphics, messages in
viiineao, or in an unknown tongue, are conic?! with
M little trout) !o aathe simplest letters of a familiar
dphabot. Somo noticos of this havo boon given in
o roi g n journals: but no moro verbal description'
ian convoy a full idea of tho wonderful process.
[He Hibernian who minted somo years ago that
ho telegraph oporator should forward his photo
graph ovor clio wires to his sweetheart, waa only a
ittfe ahead of his ago, nineo this can now be dono
ritliout tho slightest trouble, provided tho like
toss bo takon on the propor material.-Journal of
Auction Sales Thle Day.
J. Ii. K. SLOAN will soil this day at tho old custom
ous3, at 10 o'olock, bones, mules, wagons and harness.
Wir.nun A Box Trill soil this day at their sal?e rooms,
omer of State and Obalmors streets, at half-past 10
'clock, chairs, carpotlng, shoes, kc.
MA HT b&vo wonder oil why, In this enlightened oo&tary,
then ovory Bclonoo has advanced to almost porfeotlon,
oma ono, actuated by a desire to promote tho health
nd welfare of bia follow-bclng, bas not glvon to the
rorld a medicino which would provo efficaolous lu the
uro of tbOBo most painful dlaeasos, riz : Diarrhoea, Dye
utery, kc To such wo would say, that at loast a rorao
y has boen found In Da. MABSDSM'S CAKMINATIVE
YB?r. It only required a trial to prove Ita unlimited
rtent. For salo by all druggists.
' KINO A CASSEDET, Agents.
aOODBIOH, WIN EUAN A CO...Agent?.
November 13 6
The best Dyspeptlo Bitters now In use are PANEMIM'S
lopotlo Bitters. Thoy novor Hall to give relief. Try a
tottle, and be convinced. For ?alo by all Druggists.
A BEKCnr for Bolls. Pimples and Eruptions-Errrao's
laraaparilU %ud Quean's relight Tao above distressing
tnpurlUos of the system yield to the virtues of that
isppy componed as if by magic. For sale by all drug.
fl'la. ' . tow
HoSiCEOPATmc . UMDICIX. Nonas.-Dra. CLECHXJTC k
iomxT (of Oolumbtia, Ga.,) having permanently located
a Charleston, respectfully tedder their sendees to the
ittiena, la the practice of E?mcaopalhy. .
Dr. G. baa bad the expartenoe of fifteen yean In this
?^aUur U?oao?, Na 11. & W. ?nar OOLLKJE
?1 OKXBf mn I?M OT OtMnV
t?atrn at. ot-txaoMT, ht J>,.. ,PDU? T. Soaun, M. D.
aof.Uatar 5 ljT
SSr PEBSONAL.-JULES MAQUINAY WILL
ploaso call at tho Belgian Consulate. 1* November ia
tKsT- NOTICE.-CONSIGNEES FEB STEAM
SHIP E. B. SOUDER oro hereby noUflod that sho Is This
Day discharging cargo at North Atlantic Wharf. All Goods
remaining on the wharf at sunset .will ho storer- at ex
pense and risk of owners. A. GETTY b CO.,
Managing Owners and Agents.
All Freight amounting to fifteen (16) dollars, or les?,
must bo paid on tho wharf before delivery of Ooods.
November 12 2
JSST CONSIGNEES' NOTIOE.-MERCHANTS'
LINE.-Tern M. B. BBAHHAI?L will discharge Cargo
This Day, at Adgcr'o North Wharf. All goods not called
for before Bunsot will be stored at risk and expenso o
Consignee. WM. ROACH.
~?r NOTICE.-CQN8?GN?ESPER BR. BRIG
ANTINB "CARDIGAN" are hereby notl?ed that she has
been entered under tho Elvo Day Act. All goods not
permitted at tho oxplration of that time wlU be sent to
the Custom HOUBC Stores.
JNO. FRASER k CO.,
November 10 3
?-OFFICE OF A88ISTANT TREASUBEB
UNITED STATES, CHABLESTOF, 1-th Novembor, 1866.
Dopositors aro informed that this Office will bo closed at
2 P. M. on TUESDAY, 13th instant, and continue closed
during tho transfer of funds to the nowly appointed
Trcasuror. Due notice will be given of tho Umo of re
opening. A. G. MACKEY,
November 12 1 A-si-tant Treasurer ad interim.
tXS- AIL CLAIMS AGAINST THE BBITI8H
bark B. F. SHAW, J. M. CANK Master, must be presented
at our Offlco at or before 12 o'clock Meridian, ou Friday,
9th Inst, or they will be debarred payment.
J. A. EN8LOW k CO.,
November 7 Consign?os.
?S5-MES8BS. EDITORS: I PERCEIVE THAT I
am onnouncod as a candidate to supply the place of F.
D. RICUABDSON, Esq., at tho coming so&siou of tho Legis
lature. While very gratofal for tho i-vorable opinion of
friends, I am not willing to boa candidate at thin time.
November 12 1 R. 8. BRUNS.
4SP TO THE EDITORS OF THE CHARLESTON
NEWS.-Ne*srs. Editor*: As there is no principle at issue
before tho community in the election of a Mothbcr to
supply the vue au ey in the representation of tho city in
the Ix-tfifllftturo, and as I am unwilling that either my
friend- or myself should be involved in a mero personal
canvass, with thanka to my friends for the nomination, I
beg that you will withdraw my namo.
November 12 1 EDWARD MoORADY, Junr.
HUT MESSRS. EDITORS : PLE?\SE ANNOUNCE
Captain JAMES M.. CARSON sa a Candidato to represent
this District in the Legislature at the ensuing election,
Tuosdoy noxt, November 13, and oblige
November 10 MANY VOTERS.
?- WE ABE ATTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
Mr. W..F. PATTERSON a. o Candidate for thb Legisla
ture, to fill tho placo made vacant by tho roeignatlon of
F. D. RicuAnn-ON, Esq. November 6
*_-WE ABE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a candidate for Sheriff of
Charleston (Judicial) District, at tho next election.
?a- WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
WM. BLUM DINGLE as a Candidato for the Shoriffolty
at tho ensuing eloction.
Septombor 11 G m
?ST NOTICE.-ALL P E R 8 O N S HAVING
claims against tho Estate of the late Colonel J. HARLES
TON READ, of Georgetown, will presont attested state
ments of tho same; and all persone indebted thereto will
mako payment cither to Meas-re. SUIONS & SIMONS, So
hcitora, at their office, No. 77 Broad-street, Charleston, or
to tho undersigned at Georgetown,. South Carolina.
J. HABLR8TON READ,
October 30 mtliG Qualified Executor.
ass- NOTICE.-PUBS?ANT TO THE PBO
V_STON8 of tho Act of Arsembly Incorporating tho
PLANTERS* AND FARMERS' RELIEF ASSOCIATION,
the books of subscription will bo oponed by the under
signed, ot tho Store of B. W. GALE b CO., No. ?. Went
worth street, To-Morrow, 12th of November, and will re
main open until further notice.
Tho sharea are fivo hundred in number, and $500 each.
An instalment of fivo dollin) por share will be required
upon making subscription. R. W. GALE.
GEO. O. ROBINSON.
CHAS. E. ROBINSON.
Novembor 12 Bul mwf WM. H. BELLAMY.
?ST STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-COLLETON DISDRICT-By B. ?ALLAN WILLIS,
Esq., Ordinary.-.Whereas, BENJAMIN STOKES, Com
D-lssloner in Equity, made suit tome to grant bim Letters
of .Administration of tbo Estate and Effects of GEORGE U.
MUCEENF068. These are therefore to cito and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said
aconou H. M-CKXNFUBS, late of OoBoton District, de
ceased, that thoy be and appear before me, in the Court
Df Ordinary, to bo held at Waltorboro' on tbo 14th Decem
ber noxt after publication hereof. At 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any thoy havo, why tho Bald
Administration should not bo granted.
G1 von under my band this fifth day of Novembor, Anno
Domini 1866. ' B. ALLAN WILLIS, O. C. V.
~j?5^TA__-~OF SOUTH CAROI?INA.-^M_?.
TON DISTRICT-By R. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq., Ordina
ry.-Whereas BENJA-XEN STOKES, Commliisioncr in
Equity, han made suit to mo to grant bim I.ottora of Ad
ministration of the Doreliot Estate and Effocte of ALEX
ANDER EASTERLING: These ore, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and slugular tho kindred and creditors of
the said ?\-.-x_in>F.n E&STSBUMO, lato of Colloton Dis
trict, doccasod, that thoy bo and appear beforo mo, in the
Court of Ordinary, to be hold at Walterboro', on the 27th
day of Novombor noxt, after publication hereof, at. 11
o'cloek in the forenoon, to show cause, if any thoy have,
why the said Administration ehould not bo granted.
Given under my hand this 16th day of October, Anno
Domini, I860. R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. C. D.
A3-STATE O? SOUTH CAROLINA, COLU
TON DISTRICT.-By R ALLAN WILLIS, Esq., Ordi
nary.- Wh o re as BENJAMIN STOKES, CommiBsionor in
Equity, baa mado suit to mo to grant bim' Letter? of Ad
ministration of the Dorelict Estate and Effects of WIL
LIAM WALKER: Thesoaro, thorcforo, to cito and ad
monish rll and singular tho kindred and creditors of
the said WI_T.I_-I W_____, late of Collelon District, de
ceased, that thoy bo and appear before me, in tho Court
of Ordinary to be held at Walterboro* on 21 fA day of No
vember next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock In the
forenoon, to show cause, if any thoy have, wby tho sold
Administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand this 12th day of October, Anno
Domini, 1806. B. ?ALLAN WILLIS, O. O. D.
mr STATE oYs??TH CAROLINA,
COLLETON DISTRICT.-By B. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq.,
Ordinary.-Whoreaa, BENJAMIN STOKES, Commission
er in Equity, made ault to me to grant bim Letters .of
Administration of tho Derelict Estate and Bfleots cf AN
DREW CANE: Those ire, thorcforo, to cite and admon
ish all ?C-l Binguie-* the kindred sud creditors of the said
-jroaxw Can-, tote of Collelon District, deceased, that
th~y bo and spp__*t- befbro me, in tho Cot-rt of Ordin-ry,
to be held st.Walterboro', oa 31th day of November next,
aOff^j-uMlfl-tioty hoxeoi, abti, ???-eto-fc ia\4k* frrsmooo,
to-how a-ose, If any thoy _jrro, why the i-ttd A-mlnl*.
trallon should not be mated.
Given tm-ar my hand, HO? litt. Oayot October, Anno
Doa-j-1, IbM. ft, _.t___l?WXLLO?, ?. C. I>.
49~Tl?e Relatives, Friends, and Acauiilnt
ancos of Mrs. MAMA H. BE1IRENS, and of Mr. and
Mrs. II. BKBBEHS, are Invited to attend the Funornl Bor
ricos of tho former, This Afternoon, at Four o'clock, ni
her residence in Columbus street.
November 13 1*
HATS! HITS! HATS! a
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JUST OPENED ONE OF
tho largest and flnost assortment of Boy's, Youths' and
Qente' HATS AND GAPS in this city, consisting of tho
VERY LATEST STYLES, to which tik>y respectfully In
vite attention. Our motto, "SMALL PHOFIT8 AND
QUICK SALES." Call and Judge for yourselves.
WILLIAM8 k CO.,
November 12 sol 0 No. 29 Broad street.
HAVING ALMOST ENTIRELY SUPERSEDED ALL
OTHER METH0D8 for tho Insertion of ARTIFICIAL
TEETH, I am propnred to do work for tho public by this
process, as wall as by any other method known to the
Tothoeo requiring Artificial Teeth, the VULCANITE
BASE o (Tom the following great recommendations, viz:
The timidity for tho extraction of such tooth, or roots of
testh, as are still retained prior to the Insertion of Arti
flcial-Tcctb, duterring as it docs BO many, I would hero
state that I will extract all such teeth FREE OF COST and
FBEE OF P?in by the Narcotic Spray process, tho efficacy
of which I have the assertion of any number of pationts
for whom I have operated with it; besides inserting new
sots of Artificial Teeth at as moderate rates as they can
bo had of any operator in tim city.
THEODORE F. CHDPEIN, Dentist.
Office Ko. 275 King-street, opposite Hasel.
November 5 mthlmo
TEN REASONS WHY
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
Should havo ? Placo In Every Home.
BECAUSE by invigorating the constitution and the
frame, they avert sickness.
BECAUSE (especially) their uso prevents the atmos
pheric poison whloh produces epidemics from taking ef
fect upon the system.
BECAUSE thoy cure indigestion, and impart unwonted
vigor to the stomach.
BECAUSE thoy are the best appetising medicine at
BECAUSE thoy are the only preparation upon which
pensonn of a bilious habit can safely roly to keep the liver
in good order.
BKCAU8E thoy tom and reflf'e thi bowel?, and in
variably relieve thom when constipated, without causing
BECAUSE they itrengthen the nerves, clear tho brain,
ind chocr the animal spirits.
BECAUSE in case of an attack of spasms or bilious
:olio they are the best thing that can be administered on
BECAUSE they combine the thrco properties of a tonic,
in alterative and a norvlnc in their utmost purity and
BECAUSE thoy arc a specific against Ague and Fever
uni all intermittent.'), and with all their potency as a
preservativo ond a remedy, arc 03 harmless as mater from
'he mountain spring ! 6 November 12
MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OF THIS
Dity havo, in accordance with tho sentimcute of the cili
'.ons Rcnorally, determined to procuro a STEAM FIRE
ENOINH AND APPARATUS, of the most approved pat
ICTOB. They therefore aolicUt the liberal aid of their fol
ow-citlzcns to enable thom to pay for the same. Tho
Company rcfor to their services for the past twenty-soven
rears in thoFlro Department in aid of this appeal.
A Committee, consisting of W. RONAN and A. HAM
ILTON, will call ...ion the citizens for their contribu
ions. HENRY L. CALDER,
November 0 Socrotary Marlon Firo Engine Co.
?HABLE8TON, Novastnan 6,18CC. J
From UiLd date, until furthor notice, tho "Way" Mails
'or tho Northoaatcrn Railroad route will closo at 11 A. M.
except on Sundays, at 10 A. M.)
Mulla for Wilmington and Manchester Railroad, by
northeastern Railroad route, Express train, at 9 P. M.
Malls for Augusta and Columbia, and the connections
if the South Carolina Railroad, will closo ot 7 A. M.
For Georgetown, by "KIngstroo," Sunday at 10 A. M.,
Vodncsday and Friday at 11 A. M.
November 7 STANLEY G. TROTT, A. P. M.
JO WHOLESALE GROCERS, LIQUOR DEALERS, DIS
TILLERS, DRUGGISTS, GLASS AND
ESSENTIAL OILS, EXTBACT8 AND E8SENCES FOB
lavoring and improving Brandies, Whiskoys, Runs,
Vines, Cider, ko., kc. Age and Body Preparations for
teutralizlng and Mollifying Whiskeys and Spirits, Es
me t H of Holland and London Gins, Colorings, Gum and
lugar Syrups, and Fruit Juices. Dr. Fcuchtwanger's
"reatite on FtrmenUd Liquom, with 1000 Receipts and
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OXIDES, ORES, kc.
Fon SOAP MANUFaorunxns.-Silicate of Soda, Soluble
H&H.-1 or Liquid Quartz, in Dry Crystal, Liquid or Jelly
'ona; Caustic 8oda, Sod* Ash, Palm and Cocoanut Oils,
Oapstene and China Clay.
All orders sont to mo will havo prompt attention, and
vory Information required wUl be cheerfully given by
JOS. W. FEUCHTWANGER.
No. 68 Oodar-atroot, Now York.
October 10 wftn3mos
J0S-A MODEBN MIRACLE !-FBOM OLD AND
oung, from rich and poor, from high-born and lowly,
omea tho unlvorsal voice of praise for
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
It Is a perfect and miraculous article Cures boldness.
lakes hair grow. A botter dressing than any "oil" or
'pomatum." Softens brash, dry and wiry hair Into
Icautiful 811kon Troesos. But, abovo all, the great won
1er Is the rapidity with which it restores GRAY HAIR
CO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR.
Uso it a few tir-.iz, -nd
PRESTO, CHANGE 1
ho whitest and worst looking hair resumes its youthful
tcauty. It does not dye the hair, but strikes at tho roots,
.nd fills it with now Ufa and Coloring matter.
It will not U'to a long, disagreeable trial te prove tho
ruth of this matter. Tho fltnt application will do good;
ou wUl seo the NATURAL COLOR returning every day,
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
he old, gray, discolored appaaranoee of the hair will bo
?ono, giving place to lustrous, shining, and beautiful
Ask for Hall'a Bcieillan Hair Ronewer ; no othor artlclo
a at all Uko It In effect. You will find It
3HEAPTOBUY. PLEASANT TO TRY,
There at? ?May Imitation*, Bo MM yon procure the
remiina, manufactured only by .
B. P. I?ALHiOO., Nashua, N.?L
Vos tala by all druggists. "Wboteaaioby
March slyr* Chariestca.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
AMERICAN SILVER COIN, GOLD, BANK NOTES.
, &c" kc. GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
November 12 1
BANK BILLS, BANK BILLS~
BANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTn CAROLINA AND
of all Southorn Banks; highest prico paid by
ANDREW M. MORELAND. Broker.
Novembern mw?3_ Broad street.
GOLD! GOLD M GOLD!!!
GOLD, SILVER. BANK BILLS
UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-30 BONDS
STOCKS, BONDS, &c-, of all kinds, purchased at highest
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, Broad stroot.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
?Jii^n AAA STATE OF ROUTH CAROLINA
?JPAVJUUIF BONDS, issued in 1B?1, or prior to
that date. Apply to Z. B. OAKES,
November 10 2 No. 4 Broad-etrect.
CHECK8 ON NEW YORK FOR SALE BY
TAFT ft HOWLAND.
November 7 6
CHECKS ON* NEW YORK,
NEW ORLE\N8, AND
For sale by CONNER k WILSON,
November B thstull No. C Brood slroot.
R. E. SCREVEN. DOUGLAS NISBET.
SCREVEN & NISBET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE
Parolase and Mwwi A Holton, Rice, te.
OFFICE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, corner of tho
alloy leading to Vendue Ranga. (Entrance from whari
on Range.) November 12
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS THAT HE HAS
roopened his Store at No. 80 MARKET STEKKT, where
ho is proparod to offer to his former iiatrons a choice lot
of GROCERIES, Bolected from the Baltimore markets.
Persons wishing dcsiroblo family supplied eau be readily
raited. Having recoived a liboral patrouago boioro the
Uro which cnuumwi his stock, he hopes, by strict at
tention to business, lo merit a continuance of the same.
November 8 tmo
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED ??? EXTRACT
BY of a letter from a
ut Madns, to bia
TO M THE OaX!t ___t__\ Brother at
" JW0RCE8TER, May.
Good Sauce ^S=??1851:
?Tell LEA ft- PER
Airo ArrLlCAni.E WSfjSj REN8 that their SAUGE
is highly esteemed in In
dia, and Is, In my opinion,
tho most palatable, aa
5VERY VARIETY hjrff'W well as the most whole
?llrT**! nonio SAUCE that is
OF DISH. 9mt\m 'uiudu."
The success of thia most delicious and unrivalled con
Llment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
ipply the name to Spurious Compoundt, tho Ponuo ia
pectfully and tarr.tstly roqueatod to seo that the name?
if LRA?; PEBRIKS are upou the WRAPPER, LABEL,
HOPPER aud BOTTLE.
IiEA St PERRINS, Worcoilor.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
?EW YORK. ^^o-Kisrrs.
iOtlr YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
Planters' and Merchants' Almanac
' FOR 1867.
[JRD?TED THROUGHOUT WITH NEW TYPE AND
on good clear paper. Will bo publiohod about tho
ooond week in Novotnbcr.
Any information or corrections that oro intended for
isertiop must bo sent to tho olllco of publication befom
tie lost of Uds month.
AU orders for any quantity aro requested as early aa
oaalblo. Price par hundred, $13.
. HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No. 60 Broad stroot, Charleston, S. O.
IEO. P. COPELAND.G. W. BEARDEN.
BESERAl- COMMISSION JiEKCBAKTS,
'. CORNER OP
MAIN AN? UPPER BOUNDARY STS.r
?0TT0N TOWN, COLUMBIA,'8. &,
CiriLL ATTEND TO THE 8TORA0E AND 8ALE OP
W COTTON AND PRODUCE consigned to us In Go
imbla. Wo will also ship and soil Cotton in Charleston.
e w York or Li verpool. Wo aro proparod lo mako liberal
ivanoos on conshnuncnte.
Oototxsr .10_imo_ uOPEI^AND&JJEAROEN. "
STEAM LUMBER MILLS,
?outh Carolina Railroad,
3 MILKS FROM CHARLESTON, .
d5 MILES FROM AUGUSTA.
A RE PREPARED TO 8AW ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF
\_ Tollow Pine Lumbor. Orders eollcited.
BANKS & CO., Proprietors,
Blackville P. o., 8. O.
HUOH R. BANKS. Jn.
J. M. kASON.
"WILBUR & SON,
OVPI0E AND BAIES ROOMS,
lo?. 13 nnd IO State ctrectaa4 Uothtrnt-ef,
CHARLESTON, 1% ?,