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VOLUME III....NO. 888.1
CHARLESTON, S. O-, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, I860.
[PRICE EIVE CENTS.
Per Atlanta? TolegrapU.
I'\ui", Novombor 12.-Tho report that an insur
rootion liad takon plaoo iu Darcclona, ia untruo.
MADRID, Novombor 12.-A plot baa been disoov
erod in tho City of Saragossa, in oonsoquenoe of
which Bovornl arrests woro modo.
LONDON, Novombor 12,-Tolographio dispatches
Uivvn boon rooeivod, whioh ?tato that the wai* in
Japan had ended.
The report of tho do-\th of tho Tycoon was con
Tho London Times, thin morning, saya that, con
eidoriiig tho dUHonlt position the President of the
United Staten occupies in his efforts to prevent in
vasion of the British territory in North America,
it would see with satisfaction some compliance witli
bia requost in boh&lf of Fenians \rho, being oon
viotod of treason, woro sontonood to doath; but
?till it would oonocdo no immunity in caso of an
LONDON ?AND LIVERPOOL MARKETS.
LivEurooL, November 12.-Cotton market hoavy;
Middling Uplands quoted at 14.\A,; BaJes to-day
8000 halos. OonflolH, 80^; Fives, 63$; Erie Railway
Shares, 52; Illinois Control Railroad, 77.j.
LONDON, Novombor li.-Tho Turkish Govern
ment has grantod a gonoral amnosty to tho Crotan
XCaroponn News by the Baxonia.
NEW Yuan, Novombor 12.-Tho ?S-Xortta brings
?Southampton dates to Octohor 31.
Tho cholera has broken ont afresh at Woolwich
and Chorlo.f on. Tlio disoaso also pro voilod lightly
i? l?dinburgh, and had appeared in several places
OBC-U B-AIIER, who, five years ago had attempted
tho life of tho King of Prussia, has boon pardoned.
Tho Creal Eastern has boon ohnrterod to carry
tho visitors from Now York to Brost during tho
Paris Exhibition; afterwords she will bo taken to
lay tho tolographio coblo bo tween France uni
Marshal O'DONNEL-, waa seriously ill in Paris.
In Candia tho Tuniu-Egyptian army had gained
a decisivo victory over tho insurgents. MUSTAPHA
PASHA, with 18,000 troops, captured Sorvonia and
subsequently pushed to the mountains, where ho
wa?? defeated after four days' hard lighting.
The Branohvllle Miu-deror- Hung.
BR.VNOHVILLE, November 12.-The negroes who
killed __rs. GAIIVIN and danghtor about ton miles
ban Orang oburg, wcro hung on Saturday by tho
cifci-ons whoro the murder was committed. Tho
fi-oodmou of that vicinity woro so incensad against
the pcrpotrators of this outrage, that thoy wanted
to tio the murderers to a H tait o and burn thom.
Th_y woro only prevented by the active inter
ference of tho citizens.
WASB-NOTOH, November 12.-Tho examination
of applicants for oonsular places proves not to bo
a moro form, but is rea} and thorough. Out of
Ubi numerous candidates who have presontod
U-)maclvos only two havo thus far boen.pasBCd by
?VDIV Jersey Appointments.
TSSMTOV, November 12.-Qov. WA_U> appointed
P?ED. F. FBF.vLXNanDHEN to lill tho vacancy occa
sioned by tho doath of Senator WBIOHT.
Bullion lu Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Novombor 12.-The coln on hand
to-day in tho Treasury is $?7,000,000 and tho coin
certificates for noorly $21,000,000.
SU/jsis-Ippi Commissioners In "Washington.
W?_3H-?GTON, November 12.-Messrs. .LOWRY
and IIXLLTEU, Commissioners from Mississippi, to
ask for tho pardon of lion. JEVJTKHSON DAVIS, aro
m this oity, and will visit the President to-morrow.
Baltimore Horse Pair.
_.?__TE_ro_j_, November 12.-The Maryland Horse
Pair is announced to take placo hero this wook,
oommoncing on Tuesday. The furn o in horses
Dexter and Patchon oro to bo proBont, and thoro
will bo trials of spocd each day for promlums rang
ing from $200 to $-1000.
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Arrival ol' Bteamors.
New YOBK, November 12.-Tho stoamora Pro
metheus from Wilmington- and tho Sdonigomcry
from Now Orleans, havo arrived boro.
'* Itfc-iv Yorli niailict.
NEW YOEE, Novombor 12.-dold 43J. Hxohango
100A, Sight 110.. Flour dull. Wheat dull, and Corn
_o. higher. Cotton heavy And nominal at 8G@38c.
Mobile Mar he ta
MpntLB, Novemhor 12.-Cotton sales to-day 1000
. balee. Middlings 83?3_c. Markot dall.
L.1T?-HJUIY AND AI-T NO-ICB8.
'.Toa BBTTiat ?_ANI>."
Thoro is a vory beautiful picture call ed "Tho
i Bott_r I?ond," a copy of which hange before ne
?V now. It is published by J?U-BS II. Huii.na?, of
New Orleane, and maybe fonnd, wo mipposo, in all
the bookstores. It is from the ponoil of a young
lady, Mise A. B. SAWYER , and has boon faithfuHy
and happily ongraved by the well known artist,
CEO. Ii. I'l-iniNK. Tho oonception of this pioturo
ii very happy, and the oxocntion quito worthy of
too oonception. Founded upon a graooftil oompo
altion of LONOPXIOOW, tho poot, it embodios the
idool of "tho Botter Land" in tho droamlng oyos
of a young girl, who looks upward as if in search
for it. Hho stands beeide a garden palo, upon
whioh her hands, folded becomingly, quietly io st.
Her oyoe are upturned to Hoevon, adoringly, wist
fully, with all tho oarncstneaa of a dovoteo. No
mixturo of oarthly passion blonds with the oxprce
eioii. No taint of worldly desire mars tho perfoct
purity of that glance, which scorns o .most enongh
to ponotrate tho crystal portals of tho divino
abodos. Tlie attitude is at anco easy and dramatio.
Tlio oohtumo is happily disposed for the nttitudo
and figuro. T Tlio dripory droops graoofully from
tho shouldor, and a croes fitly closes it ovor tho
^ boiom. Tho hair falls in flowing trcseoa artlessly,
jot with fino effect. Tho tout ensemble affords no
Unperfeot idea of that rapt devotion, whioh, for
getful of earth, has eonoentrated every human
hopa in an ideal love, tho gool of whioh ia no loee
than He avon. There aro yan ona adjnneto of this
piotnro, well calculated to contribute to the malu
doe'ign and general elToot. Angol banda IHSUO fi*om
en aureolo of glory, bearing a wreath of amaranUi
tae flowers, es if to adorn the noble brow that is
.plllled, tmoonsoiouBly, but in fit condition io re
ive it. Over the clasped hands of the maldon is
loetaUa. rad-uioo, as it weare of flowers, whioh
aho horaolf is too rapt In divino contemplation to
bohold. Tho picturo ia otio of refined and roflning
purity and boauty. It is a study woll doeorving of
contemplation. It ia very Bwoot; full of delicacy
and an almost angolic purity. Wo should bo por
suadod to regard it as almost porfoot of ita kind,
bul for a certain fullness of tho chook; a certain
masculinity in fuco and figuro, which somowhat
ooniliota with tho spiritual delioaoy of tho subject,
which should, as we think, liavo borno a noaror ro
eemblanoo to tho loss mortal aspect of the love of
Saint JKBOME, his ideal of tho spiritually lovoablo,
as embodied in tho poom of Moons. Our readers
will generally remember this very graooful ballad
of tho Iribh Auacroon. Lost, however, some of
them should not, wo roprodaco a stanza or two: ,
"Who la tho maid my spirit Books, *
Through oold reproof and ?landor'e blight :
Bath uko IOVD'B rosos on hor chook*.
Ia hor'H SU oye of this world's light 7
No, palo and wan by midnight prayer,
Are tho ead chocha of hor I love;
Or, if a emile should wandor there, '
It's light Is kindled from above"
THE AJUXBIOAM LAW RBVTBW for October, 1866. Volumo
1, No. I. Boston : Little, Brown k Co. Charleston :
B. J. Dawson & Co.
1 This review is a dosidoratum. There has, por
hapB, been no period in whioh changes in tho law
have boen so rapid; certainly, none in whioh it has
boen iioooaaary to apply principios, oven whon
established, to now oases.
Tho channon in tho OonstHations of States and
tho Oonoral Government, and in tho municipal
laws of most of tho Stilton, consoquont upon tho
war, liavo been great. Landmarka in both havo
boen obliterated. Wo enter upon a new era, with
respect to which principios must bo luid down that
will nfTcct incalculable interests, and it is emi
nently important to havo eomo radiating contro of
logol information to appriso us, as soon es may bo,
of tho oocurrenco nnd import of adjt:dic;itod casos.
Evoii without this, thorc is much occasion tor such
a work. Tho vaet development of material inter
ests; the enterprises continually started, of whoso
tomloncioa and rflbcta ivo havo bad no proviouswox
porienco; tho nowrolations to whioh thoy give riso
would givo ocoafiion for the establishment of such
a journal, oven without the political changos to
which we havo referred; and business mon, end
tho profoseion generally, will learn with pleasure
of the publication of a work adequate to tho re
That thia will bo so, wo havo reason to infer. It
is from the press of LITTLE St, BBOWN, extensively
engaged in tho publication of logal works. It is
supposed to havo secured the aid of able con
tributors, and tho number before us ia certainly
promising. The Leading articles aro on J'The
Natural Bight of Support from Neighboring Boil ;"
?Final FrocoBfl in the Courts of the United States
as affocted by SUto Laws ;n "The Evidence of Ex
perts ;" after whioh are a review of the caeo of
Ryvcs vs. Attornoy-Oenoral, oaaoa in tho United
Htntca Courte, a Digest of English. Law Boports,
book notioes, Ac, Thoao subjeota are treated with
ability, and the article on the final procese in tho
Courts of the United Statos ia of practical impor
tance, though tho profession would bo more im
mediately interested In an article upon tho juris
diction and practico of that Court aa iifibctod by
In eomo roBprots a work of thia oharactor would
be more important within these Statos where tho
political changea to whioh we havo roforrod havo
chiefly occurred; but at no point within thoso
States ia there a oontro from which information,
however vulunblo, ooakl BO readily nidi a to ; and
the present place of publication, all things con
sidered* ia perhaps the best.
We havo this work of Mocare, 13. J. DAWGON &
Co., No. 156 Meeting street, Charleston, who aro
Tho thirteenth number of thia most exoollont
fortnightly comos to na without any diminution of
literary 1 untre Ita oontonts are unusually varied
and interesting. It may be had of our nowa and
Wo are indebted to Mr. Jon? BUBHKLI, for tho
November number of thia new English magazino.
Among its choice contributions wo notice a clover
ono from tho gifted pon of Miss Moiocn, author of
"John li. ii if ax," aa also a beautiful poom by Boar.
Mr. Voauia, of Harket Btroot, has kindly laid
upon our tnblo tho December number of thia maga
THEO EXProCTTC? BIKTKOEUO 1M?P?.AY.
Tho wholo country ia agog with ezoitomont
about the groat ?.iotooric display that ia expoctod
to come off to-night. It is & general impression,
we bohovo, that tho phononionon of tho falling
stars in 1833 woo workl-wido ; that is to say, that
the wild African of Guinea, and the tame African
of tho Southorn United States, yollod out in mortal
terror nt ono and tho naran tiino ; and that religious
Amorlana rejoiced at the presonoo of tho judg
ment at the identical instant that tho pigtails of
tbo Colostial Empiro woro grinning with delight at
whnt they mistook for a largo edition of thoir own
ftroworka. But wo aro nblo to atate, on tho meet
ocientilie authority, that when the midnight lioav
ons woro, ablaze with tho splondora of*iotoorio
light in this oountry in 1833, it waa dinnor-timo ot
day with tho Emporor of Chin?, and ho Wai par
taking with gimto of b'ird's-nost soup, while tho
Bunhndjiwt risen id Africa, and tho savages ol
that oonntry woro at breakfast, discussing tondor
stonka of broilod man. Beforo it was night again
in those countiioa this earth of oura had gono
humming through spaoo, far boyond tho region oi
torolittv-i, and thone mininturo planets wore strain
ing thoir oars to oatoh tho last not JU of ita music
na they died away in tho distanoo.
It ia also a popular beliof that no display of that
kind had over boon previously witnossod, and that
It was roaorrod to tho oomparitivoly fow people
who wero awake, hi ono-tkird of tho world, on ths
night of tho 18tli of Norombor, 1833, to bohold Uia
first exhibition of boavonly pyrotoohnios on a largo
scale. Wo can state, on tho eamo scientific author
ity, that this also is an error. Tho principio on
whlob tho universo is oonatrnotod ia that every
thing gooa round, whioh brings, as ?ai in?vitable
oonsoqnenoo, t..at what baa happenod munt Imp
pon again, aid that what happens has already
happonod. Indopandont, bowovor, of thia morelj
theoretical contradiction, wa have ft contradiction
of fust, aa in 1799 ft diapl?y of tho sama kind oo
"tually did Uko plaoo, and it is oolontiflcally ftaoor
tained that mich dlapkyo havo always taken place
overy 83 yean, and, eonseqacntly, will every 89
years to como.
It is thoa oatls/actorlly settled thai tho ?heir ?rill
certainly oosoaoO, bet ? ia not quite BO Mrtain thal
it will tako place to-night, or to-morrow night, or
tlip night after, or indeed, for aught wo know,
that it did not tako placo last night, or tho night
beforo, or that it will not toko placo, or bau not
taken place, on eomo othor night that wo liavo not
mentioned. In view of this marvellous uncer
tainty as to the preciso night and hour of the ex
hibition, it would not pay for all tho world to sit
up to watch for it. However, na tboro oro somo
pcoplo whoso business it is to sit up anyhow-such
as tho polioo, for instance. -it baa boon BUggcatcd,
and wo think the suggestion a very good one, that
it bo arrangod that when the exhibition dooa come
off, tboso guordiana of tho night aronso tbo rost
of tho world, and let thom seo the fun too, and
not koop io all to themsolros. Tbo uro bolla are to
bo rung in Camdon, and it would bo woll to do tho
samo thing here. Thousands of people woro dis
appointed at the last show booause they did not
woko up at tho right time, and thoso who did soo
it wero bothorod out of thoir livos for over so long
to describo it to thoso who didn't see it. To save
all this, let us have tho bolla rung and tho watch
men's rattles sprung, by all means.
Tho Mayor and tho Captain of Police need not
think us actuated by selfish motivos in this sug
goBtionto give thom trouble, for personally wo
would profer for all tho world boaidoa oursolf to
bo asleep. We will bo oxpeotod to say eomothing
about it anyhow, and if we oould only havo tho whole
show to ouraetf wo might oxaggoratc, ornament
and boautify without risk of dotoction. It will be
a good subject for a local whon it comos; and if,
after all, tho astronomers Bhould be disappointed,
Rnd the stars refuse to fall, why wo havo tho con
conaolation of having said something about it any
OUR WASHINGTON CORREBPONBHNCE,
WAS?O?OT?N, Novomber 9,18GG.
Tlio great contest inaugurated ou tho steps ai
tho White House, by Presidont ANDREW JOHNSON,
on tho 22d of Fobruary, waa decided this wook by
tho millions of paper poUots that "fell like snow
flakes on the sod." That decision, as it comos up
to us from tho Western and Northern States, tells
ua very plainly that the Fortieth Congress will po
litically stand virtually in the step? of tho Thirty
ninth Congress ; that tho policy of restoration
maintained by the Philadelphia Convention, as tho
representativo of tho Administration, baa boon
overthrown, and that tbo plan laid out by Congress
boa been ratiflod. What will tho President do now?
That ia the question that is hoard in thia city to
day on every hand. Tho answer to it is of some
importance to the people of the South-in truth,
to the pooplo of the entire country. One of tho
evening papers, claiming to bo in full confidence
with the ?dministratlon,declaros that the President
remains firm in the faith, and will not, as some
sanguino Badioola doclaro, favor the adoption hy
tho Southern States of tho Constitutional Amend
ment proposed by Congress as a basis of ros tora
tion. Al this writing the statement is undoubtedly
correct. The Presidont will not rocommend the
adoption of tho omondmont, though ho will prob
ably Bubmit a pinn of his own in hia forthcoming
annual message. Mr. JOHNSON baa always looked
favorably upon a constitutional amendment aa the
proper plan for a settlement, but baa also main
tained that it oannot bo legally passed by Oongresa
until all of tho States are duly roproaontod.
Above the din and smoko of party conflict, an
activo and earnest ro-afli niation of tbo woll-cntab
liBhod MONBOB doctrino baa boon entered upon by
the Administration. It is not covered up this timo
by tho "glittering gonoralitiea" of diplomacy, but
evinces ita vigor in the sharp, pointed ordors of
Qonoral SHKTUDAN, and tho Bomi-milit&ry mission
of Liontonant-Gcnoral SUEBMAN, who, in company
with Ministor OAiirrauj., proceeds direct next wook
to tho City o Moxloo via Vera Cruz. Although
Congi osa may dooido in a few weeks that OUTEOA
is the Constitutional President of Mexico, yot tho
Administration has resolved to oontinno its recog
nition of tho JUAHEZ Government, and to that end
has requoutod Ministor BOMEOO to tologr.iph tia
San Francisco to Presidont JBABEZ to send aomo
roproeontatlvo to tho City of Moxico to re?oive
Qonornl SFIIUUIAM and Mr. CAainuira.. I can And
no confirmation of tho story that the Executivo
has concluded a treaty agrooing to assume the
Moxioan debt, and rocoi. ing hi rotnrn a oession of
somo of the Wostcrn Moxioan Statos. ?TDAIU?,
howovor, sont a Bpooiol envoy to the Prosidont,
proponing to oodo to tho United Statos tbo States
of Chihuahua and Sonora, on the basis of this
Government gunrantooing tho Moxican doht. Mr.
SKWAKD, I am told, waB in ftvrar of noenpting tho
proposition, subject, of ooaree, to th? ratification
of tho Bonato. But the Prciddeaitand the remainder
of his Cabinet did not favor it, and preferred in its
stead tho moral, and, if noed bo, tho physioal sup
port of the United Statos to the Liberal Govern
ment of Moxioo. Of oourso MAXIMILIAN has abdi
cated the Empire. The Government waa written
to from Paris two months ago that MAXIMILIAN
would "hasto to hio Betting'* boforo Now Year's
Day, and NATOHVON told Mr. BIQULOW, in addition,
that bo wanted to g t tho Prcuioh troops out of
Moxioo sooner than he had promisod to.
Tbo publio dobt ia gradually being do
eroaaod. Tho principal fell off in October ovor
twonty millions of dollars. Socrotary MoOonLoon
was novor moro iiopofnl of a healthy atato of na
tional flnanocn during tho next fiocal year than
now. I ara assurod that ho will rooommond, in
bis annual report, which be ia now writing, a in
duction of tho internal taxation and a lower rate
of duties. Tho rovonuo now estimated for tho
uoxt lineal yoar is S?50,0U0,00O--n largor sum than
will bo rained by any othor Govorumont on tbo faoo
of the'earth. It is not likoly that Congress will
roduco tbo tariff, but may raiso it. Tbo finan
cial wisoaoroa in tho halls of Congress hopo, by a
high tariff, to pr?vaut importation, and thornby
provont our booda and gold going nbroad. If
thoso aro kopt at homo, tboy opino that wo can
stand tho present inflation of ourronoy.
? Tho Presidont boa only got throo wooka moro
i in which to malro changes in t.io offiaoo without
submitting to tho Sonato for ita approval. This
faot causes a' great rush to tbo Whito lionuo of
offlco-Hookora, who aro well awaro that tboy will
. novor got into power if tboy aro nominated to tho
i Sonato. To-day, far inatanoe, I counted at loast
i thirty ladies awaiting an audionoe with the Proai
. dont. Nearly overy ono wanted a clerkship in the
i Deportraonta. Tboy do not need- confirmation.
. Now Orlo ans, hewovo.-, ia about tho only Southern
. oity that troubles the Presidont, There la hardly
> a day but what delegations reprosonthig aomo of
I the offioera thara are at the White House, aaklng
for remo vale or opposing thean. Na eooner ia ft
1 chango made than ft dozen louisiana potttialaa?
i rush hero to gat it roveraod,
Washington is filling up for tho sounion. Tha
hotels aro nearly all engaged ahead, and tho nu
merous boarding houBoo oro full. One sido of the
town, at loast, is placordod with "FurnishodRooms
to Bent." The modorn population of this town
livo. by clerkfihips in the Departments or routing
rooms. Thoy hovo no other visiblo means of sap
Tho handful of Radicals out of offieo hore pro
poso to got np o mass mooting to wolcomo Con
gress back. It will probably bo a largo d?monstra
tion, inasmuch as tho thousands of* Radical clerks
arc just bold onough to turn out en masse Thoy
hold offieo under JOHNSON, and yet abuse bim
openly in and out of their offices as if ho woro a
Such magnificent weather ! The skies of Italy
and Tunis could not bo more sunny, tho air more
bright and balmy. Pennsylvania Avenue and the
public grounds aro filled with roseate shadows in
the falling front-colored l?af. Tho stroots and
drives show tho inspiriting fashions of the autumn,
and tho gay pooplo look forward lo a sharp, short
and brilliant season of fashion and folly.
For amusements, wo havo J. W. WALLACE nt the
old National Tboatro. Next week WALL'S Opora
GEOEGB WILKINS KENDALL, of tho Now Orleans
Picayune, is in town. vTDEX.
UTE W?*_3_?ir?G_*OlY 1VEWS.
We clip UM following from tho Washington cor
respondence of the Now York papers:
Tho tenor of tho reports rocoivod by tho Frood
men's Bureau from tho Assistant Commissioners
of tho HOvoral districts has boen, within tho past
six months, of a nature which inspires tho hope
that the animositios and prejudices resulting from
the wat arc rapidly fading out, especially in tho
Southeastern and border Stato?. A markod dimi
nution in tho number of on tragos committod upon
the frecdmen is obsorvablo. A growing disposi
tion is manifostod by tho civil authorities at mont
of tho contros of population to caro for tho desti
tute among tho frcedmon, and tho inclination to
administer tho lav.? with impartiality between
wliites nud blackB makos suro but gradual pro
groBB. Tho most prolific causo of complaint at tho
present timo is tho groat difficulty encountered by
the planters and their hands in agreeing upon a
diviBion of tho crops. Disputes of this kind gen
erally terminate in favor of tho omployor, and
where it is apparent that tho civil courts will not
adjudicate fairly in thoso case*), agenta of tho Bu
reau havo boon constrained to iJtoriero to secure
justice; and that thoy havo dono so to tho satis
faction of all partios concerned many of the more
intelligent and prominent planters havo frocrnontly
testified in writing to the At-Bistant Commissioners.
ENSION HANS ?INO THE PLAN TO ASSASSINATE TUB
HAYTTEN PRESIDENT AND CABINET.
Acting Ensign A. J. Kane, United States Navy,
arrived nore yostorday, harter been summoned to
anpenr before the Secretary of State, and Sec rotary
of the Navy, in relation to certain obargoe made
ngoitiBt bim by Mr. Peck, our __inl_U.r to Hayti
in which it is stated that ho savod Proeidont
Joffrard, of Hayti, and bia Cabinet, from assassina
tion by giving up certain [otters that had boen en
trusted to bim by a prominent rebol of tho Hay tien
republic. Tho let torn contained a plan of tho cam
paign and assassination, according to which the
principal arsenals and magazines o? Port an Prince
wen? to bo blown nu and tho city destroyed by fire.
Tho chnxgo of dishonorable conduct against Act
ing Ensign Kano ia that ho ocoived a reward for
his Borvicoa from President Jcffrard in the Bum of
$25,000 in gold. Thoro is ne truth in tho "tatomout
that ho is nndor arrest, as ho is stopping at the
Kirkwood IIouuu, and to-day had an intorriow with
Tho Ti-oasvtry Department has just isaucd a cir
cular on the Biibjoct of tonnage duty, which is im
posed for tho purpose of raising revenue, and is
levied upon- all vessels engaged in foroign com
merce without regard to thoir denomination as to
structure, rig, or' modo of propulsion. Tho same
may be said of those in tho domostio trado, uuleaa
specially oxoeptod, and all are included under tho
gonoral torm "vessel." It is to bo collected accord
ing to American admoasuromenfc. Tho rates of
tonnage duties romain as they stood provioua to
tho Aot of July 14, 1882, except as they woro in
creased by that Aot and the araondmont of March
8, 1863. No new or additional dation havo boon
since imposed, exoopting as a penalty on undocu
mented tugs. The circular is full and complote as to
vessels subject to tonnogo duties. All boats, bargo-?,
and flats not usod for carrying passongors nor pro
Eoiled by steam or sails, wnieh aro floated or towed
y tug boats or horsos, and usod oxcluBiv-lr for
carrying coal oil, minerals and ogricultnral pro
ducts to market, aro brought under tho internal
rovenuo tax, and aro wholly exempted from cus
toms chargoB oven though thoy outer tho waiora
nndor admiralty Jurisdiction, so lons as thoy re
tain that exolusivo character and only tram-port
cool oil, minorais or agricultural products to mar
ket, and if nndor twontv-?vo tons burden aro as
vessola oxompt from all taxation.
Rosa, or ii UBINI:-- AT TUB ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S
Tho Attorney-General is prose ed with tho xnulti
tudo of dut ion that aro noir crowding in upon him.
A groat mass of bnBino-8 from tho Southern Stato ,
which has boon lying dorina it since tho com
moncemont of tho robo lion, togothor with that aris
ing out of it, ho? boen accumulating and now de
mands attention. Mr. Stanhory is engaged in pro
paring thoso cases for the next torm of the Su
premo Court of tho United StatO-, cdmmonuing on
tho first Monday in December.
Tho Now York Herald's Panama corrcspondonco
is dated November 1. lutolligonoo had hoon ro
coivod from Porn to the 22d ult. Gonoral CASTILLO
had boon arrested for complicity in BALTA'S c_:i
epiraoy to doposo PRADO.' Tho election tot Proai
dont was progressing at tho polls. In tho peace
negotiation!? now being cur ed on between Spain
and Por IL, the latter Stato ro,oo's all Spanish claims
for church property, and if Spain rcfusoB tho propo
sition, Pern will prosocnto tho war with rouowo 1
vigor. At a grand banquet given at Quito in honor
of Chilo-n indopondonco, on t io 18th of Boptom
bor, Mr. OOOOU-QA-L, tho American Ministor, mado
aspoooh of congratulation on tho promising aspect
of tho Spanish war, and his sont ?monts woro loudly
applauded by thono prociont. Bolivia, on the 2'Jth
of Boptombor, domandod an oxplaii-tio? from Bra
zil of tho lattor*a conduct in aiding tho Spanish
Hoot at Rio aftor its dofoat at Callao. Tho demand
was couohod in threatoning language.
Tho American Em-grant Company held its an
nual mooting at Hartford on Thursday, and abono
O. M. DAHTHOLOMIIW, of Hartford, Preddo.it.
This oompany ow.iu sovoral hundred thousand
aeres of land in lows, boeido the 800 000 acros of
tho Cherokee Indian reeorvation ia Southern Kan
saa, lately puroha-od through Socrot-ry HASLAM,
and is ongaged oxtonalvoly in tho bringing over
and locating emigrants from 8wod_r?, Oermaay
Tho Boo toa papers asy that tho bonds of the
Iriah Bopnblio thai woro losnod in. that State are
being eollocted by a law Arm in Boston, and thal
the parties who iasosd them will bo hold re-ponai
blo for so doing _..oro tho Coarta of the Stato.
",. ---?_ '"*"' Voto for CarHO??. "^Jl -ijy
It is vory seldom that a botter opportunity ollera to
oay "well doun" to a gallant Oharlcstenlan than at tho
poll* to-day. Capl. CARSON'S friendo announce him for
tho Uoueo of Representatives, and Charloaton uliould
glvo him a bumper. Because ho wa? in Uio army 1 No.
For bia sears and wounds? No. Bott? than oil that
becauflo ho la a high-tonod, clear-headed Charleston mor
cbnnt, knows what Charloeton wants, and will uao bia
influence in tho Houao of Representative? for the good
of his native city and auto, above all else. Young men
and old men, all go the polia and gtvo him "three Umce
thrco" to-day. It la a safe vote to voto for CARSON, be
canas, in overy rotation of Ufo, Captain CARSON haa al
ways done his whole duty. ONE WHO KNOWS HIM.
Captain James Bl. Carson.
MESSBS. EOITOHS :-The vacancy In the Logialaturo,
occaslonod by tho roalgnaUon of lion, F. D. RIOBAIID
?ON, ia to bo filled to-day, and on the hat of candidatos is
tho namo of Captain CARBON.
Wo know it is usual In such casca to rofor, when oppor
tunity offers, to tho military career of candidates; and
the loas of a limb, oran honorable sear, ia considered tho
heat sort of capital before the people. Dut, in thia caeo,
thoro aro higher reasons for supporting Captain CAMON,
than those Incident to lila gallant services at tho hw.il of
,hla unfaltering company, and a roferonoo to hla acara or
his military career la not noodod. In tho four yeara'
struggle, as In all tho other phasos of hiB wcll-apcnt Ufo,
ho haa dono hi? duty faithfull v ; and bia cnorgy and Arm
noea of charactor, clear IntcUcr.t nnd commercial oxpo
Tlonco, lit him espoetally for the position ivhich his
Monda havo tendered hhn.
Charloston honora horaelf whou silo honors suoli sona
an JAMBS M. CAUSON, and wo oxproos tho hopo that every
citizen will go to tho polia and promote a representative
man from tho ranks of young Charleston.
?a-Voto for JIMMY CAUSON. VOX POPUTJ.
IVm. P. Patterson.
Messrs. Editors :-To-ilay you will be called upon to
oxcrclao the high privllogo of selecting one who shall
havo a voice in the counsels of your country. Whllo wo
would not arrogate to ouraolvea who la moat competent
to tho dlschargo of this high traut, wo would only bay
that our esteemed friend and follow-citizcn, WILLIAM P.
PATTEnaoN, la a candidate, and though he was not in the
war of tho Confederacy, lils blood haa crimsonod the eoii
of the country by tho son of his youth pouring out hia
Ufo'o blood in tho dofonco of Fort .Suinter, undot tho gal
lant ELLIOTT. Let us not forgot him at tho polls.
Auction Sales Tikis Day.
J. A. ENBZOW A CO. will sell thin day, at their atoro, No.
125 East Buy, at hnli-past 10 o'clock, Havana sugar and
segara, genuino Holland gin, leaf tobeveco, kc. ; also, one
JOHN O. RtiLNon & Co. will sell this day, in their eales
room, No. 133 Mooting street, at 10 o'clock, bluo mixed
woollen shirts, umbrellas, pale brandy, old Bourbon
whiskey, and cordial; also, cambrics, blanket B, eoapa, &c.
LAUEBY k AT.BTAKDEB will dell this day, in their atoro,
No. 13T East Bay, at 10 o'clock, seven tierces flue augar^
cured bama; ?Ino, butter, bncon stripe, hnrrva, shoulders,
kc, ; also, gnnpy badgin;;, sugar, coDw, tin, ko., and
smoking ana chawing tobnooo, au.
JACOB COSEN k Co. will Boll this day, at the Eichango,
at 11 o'clock, tho houao and lot In Wentworth street, bo
twoca Anson and MeoUng streets, formerly uaod ae the
T. M. CATER will sou thlA day, cm Brown's Whnrf, at 10
o'clock, flrUnn nnd tubs of butter, lord, hams, shoulden,
Ac.; alao, twolvo barr?la mead beef.
M. Ii. Ant AR will sell thia day, at his store, No. 13 Yen
duo Range, nt 10 o'clock, furniture, clothing, boots and
J. k W. KNOX will sell thia day, at their saina rooms,
No. 138 Meeting street, opposite PaviUou Hotel, nt half
past 10 o'clock, furniture, steves, blacking, kc.
MILLICAN, MELCILEIIS k Co. will sell this day, at thoir
store. No. 22 Vouduo Bango, at 10 o'clock, a largo variety
of broadcloths, dry goods, hosiery, 4c. ; also, furniture,
MIKES Dn.uo; will nell thia day, at hia store, corner of
King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, a hugo and aca^
.ouabla stook of dry gooda, clothing, kc
IBAAO E. HERTZ 4: Oo. will soil this day, lu til? lr stero.
No. Mi East Bay, corner of CumUorland street, at 10
o'clock, apploa, onions, fcc.
JAMBS W. UIIOWN A Co. will aoll this day, at thoir atore.
No. HO East Bay, at 10 o'clock, crockery, brooms, buck
ets, and a variety of othor articles.
BnuNS k BEE will sell this day, in front of thoir atoro.
No. 78 Bant Bay, at half-past 10 o'clock, hams, claret wino,
tobacco and GIIU?".
J. A. THOUHOH will soil thia day, in front of Ids atoro.
No. li Vondue Rango, at hulf-paat 10 o'clock, a Bot of par
lor furniture, soap, i)3''.dluy, stoves, and an assortment of
Mo KAY It CAMTBEIJ. will sen this day. at thoir cash
aucUon house, Na C6 Hasel street, oppodlto the now
poetoiUoo, at 10 o'clock, damaged goods, the balanco of a
country store, liqaoru, Ac. ; also, a butehor'a spring wag
on, broad cart, harness, brandy, uloa, ka.
li. te A. P. CALDWELL will sol tluu day, at thoir stero.
No. 90 East Bay, at 10 o'ekxk, bacon strips mid aides,
butter, lord, sugar, flour, ka.
ilSNUT OOBIA k Co. will sell thia day. In front of thoir
store. Vendue Rango, at 10 o'clock, sugar, candios, ataroh,
tobacco, hams, Ac.
For restoring strength and appetite, use the groat
Southern Tonic, PAHEXIN'S UBFATXU ISITTI?IW nmj you
will not be disappointed. For solo hy all druggist?. to
Tiiaas who suffer from Dyspepsia and Livor Complaint
will not regret purchasing o boUlo of Mrs. EMILY A.
3Riisina' Oolloton Bittern. It han novar felled to rettevo
tho moot aggravated coso. For sale by all Druggiirts.
November 8 thatu
BM nature an antidote for acquired diseases? All who
mfi'or bollovo thoy ought to and can bo cured, Tho
PLANTATION BITTEBS prepared by Dr. DBAKK, of Now
York, havo no doubt benolUted and cured moro persons
of Dyspepsia, Nervouanofla, Bour 8'oni.ioli, Lons of Ap
polite, (jinking Weakness, Ooncml Dob..Hy, ..i.U Montai
Doapoodoncy, than any othor artlclo in existence. Thoy
aro composed of tho purest roots and hoibs, carefully
prepujed, to bo taken as a tonto and gentle stUuuLmt.
Thoy nre adapted to any ago or condition of Ufo, and aro
oxteuslvely popular with mothers and pestions of seden
tary habits. Iuths3 Novoinbefia
M.ore havo wonOerod why, h\ thisenUghtenodecntnry,
when ?very scionco has sdvanood to almost porfooUon.
somo ono. aotuatod by a dcalro to promoto tho hoalth
and woliaro of his fellow-being, ha? no-s given to li?
world a modiclno whluh would prorvo oflloaolous In th*
eure of thoa* most pninhil d?sonos, vit : Diarrhmi, Dya
antory, ka. To ?uA wo woidd say, that at least a fomt
dy has boon fouud in Du. MAR3DEN'S CARMINATIVE
8YRUP. It only requires a trial te prove Ita unlimited
extent Far sole by all druggists.
KINO k 0A881DEY, Aconta.
OOODXUCH, WIMEMAN A CO., Agants.
noMoovanno MBDIOAL. NOTJOIL-Dra. OUMBM A
flciiLirr (of Columbas, Ga.,) having pormanontty looatod
In Charlcateo, roapootfully tendar thoir servio?? to tha
ritixens, in tha practioo of Horocoopoihy.
Dr. a his had tha exp?rtanos of fifteen yeara tn this
school of modicino.
Oat* st our renidenco, Ko. 11, B. Vf. oorner OOIXBOB
and ORBEN 8TREBT8 loonier of QroonV
furn rxt ti. OU-OMXM*, M. ?.,. Jhnu? T. Barun, VL D.
8o_iC-itKx J *jr
?3-NOTICE TO CON8IONEE?.-CONSIONl_t_8
per Steamer KINOFIBBEB, from Baltimoro, aro hereby
uollllod Hist nile IH This Day dischar?ing cargo at
Atlantic Wharf. All goods remaining on the wharf after
sunset ?-ill be stc-rcil at tliolr risk and oxponfle.
MOUDECAI k CO., Agout-,
November 13 1 Ko. 110 East Bay.
JOT NOTICE.-^O?SIGNEES PER 8TE_J_>
HU U* E. D. SOUDEB are hereby notified that ?he I* This
Day discharging cargo al North AUantlo Wharf. All Gooda
i.-iiiainiog on the wharf at sunset will bo stored at ex
penso and risk of ownors. A. OETTY b CO.,
Mana<ring Owners and Agents.
All Freight amounting to flftoou (10) dollars, or loos,
uiuat be paid on tho wharf beforo doUvory of Gooda.
November 12 3
tw NOTICE.-OON3IONEE8 PER BR. BBIQ
ANTINE "CABDIOAN" aro hereby not-fled that she has
been entered under tho Flvo Day Aot. AU gooda not
pcrmlttod at tho nxpirstion of Uiat timo wiU bo sent to
tho Custom Hourn: Stores.
.TNO. FP.ASHE t CO.,
November IO 9
tar ESTATE OF DENBY JAGER.-ALL PER
SONS having legal olalms against said Estate, wUl pro
iiiut Urn samo, proporly attcetod, within the thoo pro
scribed by law, and tho.o indobted thoroto win make pay
ment to FEED L. MKYKB,
November 19 lu3 Qualified Administrator.
tttT NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY
demands agalnat (he lato JOHN 8TUONJ3, of Mount
Pleasant, will hand Uicia in daly attested, ead those in
Jcblod to bim will rniiUc payment to
V. B. WILLIAMS,
l_uail_cd Administrator with tho Win annotod.
Oclobor .10 tu3*
OST MESSRS. EDITORS: PLEASE ANNOUNCE
Captain JAMES AC CAUSON ns a Candidato to roprosont
thin D-itrlct lu the L^gisluturo at tho BMBlBg elCCtiOD,
Tuesday next, Novet-bir 13, and obligo
Novetnbor 10 MJtNT V0TEB8.
?3) WE ARE ATriIOBI-ED TO ANNOUNCE
Mr. W. P. rATTEIWON DB * Caudidato for the Logtala
turo, to fill Ibu place madu racant by the resignation of
F. I). BiciiA-naoN. Eau,. November 6
awWF. ARE AUT1.0RB-ED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a candidato for 8h0i_T of
Ob-rLoston (Judicial) District, at tho next olootloo.
Air MESSRS. EDITORST^XOU ARE HEREBY
authorized to announco Uto Hoa. JOHN L. NOWELL as
a Candidate for the Bherlflalty at the noxt election.
October 30 *' tas
?r MESSES, EDITOUS :-YOU WILL PLE?_SK
innonnr.o Gen. A. M. MA NIGAULT as a Candidato for
Sheriff at the ensuing t-loctlon. A CITIZEN.
November 3 otu
?ST NOTICE.-THE ~FN__?DS OF DB.~P?&
rEB G. SNOWDEN, of St. John's BerUery, announce him
ia a Candidato for the oflico of Sheriff of Oh|rl?8ton Dis
trict, at bo ensuing election.
Novembor 0 tai?
43 . NOTICE IS HKBBBX. GJTVitH VSASi A
fotilion Will U. lurasuim ?J aa.u i.m?.iiamuu pt HouU.
Carolina, at it? noxt soasion, praying that the Town of
iumnmrvlllo bo attaehed to CcrlJoy Slstriot.
Septo-ib or 4_ tul3
flGTNOTICE.-APPLICATION WILL BE MADE
it tho oosuing soswion of tho General Assembly of this
?tato for an Act ol' Incorporation of THE SOUTH OAJlO
L.INA LOXTBBY A_U> LO.VN ASSOCIATION, for Uio
-lurpoeo of aiding planters and promoting Hu? agricul
tural intcrceta of the State. 2umo3 Octobor 1
BOTA MODERN -1IRACLEI-FROM OLD AND
t'oung, from rich and poor, from high-born and lowly,
somoa tho universal voice of praise for
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB RttNEWEO.
It Is a perfect and ?nlr-culoun article. Ooros balances.
Mia-os linir grow. A botter dressing than any ?'oil" or
"pomatum." Softcna brash, dry ana wiry hair into
Doautlful Silken Trcuscs. But, above nil, the groat \yon
Icrls tho rapidity with willoh it roetoroa G HA Y HAIR
TO ne ORIGINAL OOLOB.
Uso it a tow Uxnca and
< ?PRESTO. CHANGE t
Ui.i whitest and worst looking ii.- r?-uro-a its youthful
bo-uty. It ii.vu not dyo the hair, but strikos at too root-,
and fill? it with new Iii. and coloring matter.
It will not laka a long, dlnagraoablo tr lui to-proTO tho
truth ot thin matter. Tho llrat appliculion will do good;
you will aw? the N?\TlJItAL COLOR returning ovory day,
BEFO Bil YOU KNOW IT,
tho old, groy, d-MOlaced aVppMnuM of the hair will bo
?;ono, giving placo to lum roos, o-lning. and beautiful
Ask for nail's S-itillan nair Bcaowcr; no other arliclo
is nt all Uko it in c-tTcot. You will ?rwl It
CHEAT TO BOY. PLEASANT TO TBY.
end RUBE TO DO YOU OOOD.
There aro many imitatiow. Bo auro you procuro the
ncnulno, mauulactiirrHl only by
It. 1?. HALL ft CO., Jf-ata-, N. H.
For Bolo by all ilruggibbi. Whoh-:Uo by
U_n-?_ ulyr-? Charleston.
a?- HALL'S VEGKTAttl.B SICILIAN HAIR
BENKWEIt BEN KWH TnE HAIB.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILLU* UAIB RE
Benton)- gray hair to tho original oo4or.
H?^-^^ VEOETIVBIJ*; SICILIAN HAIR RE
Prevents tho hair from falling o?r.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICH?IAN HAIR BE
-take- the hair soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB BE
?Does not slain flic shin.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Has jrovod it-cU" the bort preparation tVr the hair ovar
pre.outod to the publie. Pi loo (1.
Jfor solo by oB drugiriatB. Wliolcoalo by
KING ft CASSIDEY;
Mareh 13 _ uayr*. _ CHABLKSrTON.
tar B B B ? O H 4 F T F N .
ixr llntcriri-yiict. lp btnit ?SrW<t?.dt'ii lu Irgenb etncni
ll'ule *?_>rntl_>t?itio ?ii.-thfKii, 0K-|?tr }B leUcctlvt? unk
(oafliiic tluftr-^e ?u btlergtn W.m iiK-rrt Jid> um ti-tjtr*
Hustuitlt tttecl au <r. M). -B?tirr in l'ebe
.ter ?f tD-rhrtcn?? 187 F?jwtUay, UlaarlcMon, 8 O
Soin.. .0 tui?<ii3mo?
POSTOFPICI- NOTICE. *
posTot-?rc-?; . ?
OHABLE-TON, NOT*?-tu?t, 0, lSC?. f
Promthia d?to, until i_rtb?>-'?-:'j(?, tho ..Way" Malta
tor the Nortboastorn iU?trwi route wDl close at 11 A. M.
(exoept on Sundayo, at 10 A M.)
Malla, tar Wilmington and U-nohe-tor B__road, by
Kor?joaatcm B-Uivad rout?. E?mr-W train, at 0 P. M
Uaita for Augn-ta \nd Colui_hI_, ana tho oot-oooUona
Otto* South Carolina Uailro-d, will oloM at T A. M.
For Ooorfio'own. by . ring.trco," Sunday ?ft 10 A M.,
Wednoa-Wy and friday at 11 A It,
NoV-mb?r V STANLEY O. TBOTT, A. P. LI.
??-?_ill1-i-J.'..?, ' MM
t?i?J_.WoTl_it fit crtiATT,
ittoraer? d\ uan mm ?Hu,iclayr_ la tr^Hlt?g
omOK Ma as uiuiaju^TUBtrr,