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VOLUME III....NO. 393.]
CHARLESTON, S. C." MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 18G6.
[PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Per Atlantic Telegraph.
LONDON, Novombor IG-Evoning.-This morn- '
ing's Herald, tbo Govornmont orgov, argues tho
arbitration of tho quoation pointing botwoen Eng
land and tho United Staten. Tho United States
Conaul publishes a loiter explaining the ngrcoiuoni
between tho Amorican Govornmont and FBABEU,
THENHOLM & Co., which says that tho titlo of tho
United States to all Confederate property is thoro
in fully rocognizod, and said property ia subject to
legal liens for advances.
Liverpool and London Ma rite t.
LIVEUPOOL, Novombor L8,-Sales of Cotton 100,
000 baloB Uplands, 14d. Wheat 3d. higher. Con
sols, 904. Fivos 70.
WASHINGTON, Novombor l8.-It has already boon
stated that during tho past week tho Frosidoat has
had audienco with prominent gontlomon from all
aootions in relation to tho prosont condition of polit
ical affairs. Chiof Justico CHASE, Gonoral GnaNT,
andMajor-Gonorals SIOEXES nud Dix, among others,
have frooly given thoir viows, all of thom being
actuated by a sincoro desire for such action as may
bo host calculated to fully restore tho relations of
tho Southern States to tho General Government.
Tho idea scorns to bo that so long as the Executivo
and Legislativo branches aro divided in opinion,
tho South must remain unroprosontod in CongrosB.
Heneo tlie effort to effect some arrangement to ac
commodate tho difforenco hotweon them. Accord
ing toourrent representations, tho Pro? ?dont lends
?"willing oar to all suggestions in that direction,
but so far nothing definite has hooncousummatcd.
- Quarantine nt Havana.
WASHINGTON, Novomhcr l8.-The Department of
State has hoon informed that the quarantine regu
lations of Havana havo been furthor modified, so
that ve8Bols leaving all ports of tho United Statos,
except from Philadelphia and New Orloans, for
ports in that island, with clean bills of health,
shall bo permitted to entor at once and discharge
thoi?puseengers and^argo. AU vosseis from Phila
delphia and Now Orloans aro to bo quarantined
i three days for observation.
Tho President's message. ?..
WASHINGTON, Novombor 1C.-The President's
Message is nearly completed; a portion of it was
read to the Cabinet yesterday. Ho is urged to
. recommend universal amnesty and partial suffrage;
but, it is nndoretood that ho will adhere to his
fprmerly expressed convictions.
Tho Fenian Trials.
NEW YonK, November 17.-A dispatch from To
ronto Bays that Mr. MOKINSET, counsel for tho Fe
nians, purposes applying on Monday to the Court
of Queen's Bondi; or to tho Court of Common
Fleas for now trials for the Fenians under sentence
of death. _.. ^ _
The Case ol'Lieutenant Urn.Inc.
NEW YOBK, Novombor 17.-Tho caso of Lieuten
ant BRAINE of the Confederate navy, charged with
piracy has gone jpvor to the noxt term of the
. " -?* ? ??
. NEW YOBK, Novombor 17.-Arrived, steamers
Jos. Dudley, Buck, and Louisa Moore, from Now
born, Juno and Virgo from Savannah, and Eu
terpe from Galveuton.
Tho Baltimore llorac F'alr.
BAi/TTMons, Novombor 17.-Tho HorBe Fair was
very largely nttsndod. Gen. GBANT was presont,
also ex-Confedorato Gon. JOE JOHNSTON, who ex
changed grootings with Gon. GRANT.
New York Market.
NEW YOBK, November IG.-Gold 42. Exohange
9?. Sixty days Sight, 9?. Cotton dull under tho
declino in gold, at 33@33 ; sales of Middling Or
leans at 34 from wharf.
Arrivod-Tho steamer Monterey from Now Or
Cotton quiet and steadier ; sales 1800 balos, at
33.J@34. Flour dull. Wheat very dull, and do
clinod 3@r>c. Corn dcclinod l@2c. Whiskey dull
and unchanged. Beef dull. Pork firm. Naval
Stores quiet ; Turpentine 77J ; Bosin $5010. Gold
' ---a? ? a>
Nob ile AlarlceL,
MOBILE, Novombor 17.-Cotton sales to-day 700
hales; Middling ill. Markot moro firm; demand
gonoral, but factors offering sparingly.
Important from Washington.
THE F0TUBE CODB8E OF PBB8IDENT JOHNSON.
[BPECTAI. DISPATCHES TO THE NBW YOBK TTME8.]
WASHTNaTON, Novenibor 14.-The following is a
portion of a communication to-day addressed by a
member of the Cabinet to a friend of the Adminis
tration in New England, who scorned to bo apnrc
honeivo that tho difficulties between tho President
and Congress might induoo action on the part of
the former which would tond to widen tho broach,
if it did not put important interests in peril. Tho
member of the Cabinet says:
j Notwithstanding his long public, oaroor, fow mon
eoom to bo loss understood than Prosidont JOHN
SON. . That he is a mon of strong eonvictioiiB and
earnest purpoBOB is evident from tho manner in
which he advocated and pushed forward important
measures in Congress, like the Homestead Bill,
and tho stand which ho took against secession and
in favor of tho Government during the Into civil
var. Ho behoves that tho manner in which ho
proposed that tho Govornmont should deal with
the Southern States was not only a magnanimous
?one-, but tho only ono likely to result in a speedy
and hearty r?conciliation hotweon tho sootions,
and ho has folt it to ho his duty to sustain Iii?
viows by tho oxorciso of such powors as tho Consti
tution had clothed him willi. But whilo this has
boon, and, doubtless will continue lo ho his courso,
ho will violate no law, nor fail to perform tho
duties which aro legally dovolvod upon him. He
will voto ovory bill that ho may regard unconstitu
tional, no mailor how unpopular it may bo for him
to do so; but he will execute with scrupulous fidel
ity all laws, and ospeoially thoao to which bo lias
dcclinod to givo his Executive sanotion, Tho ap
prehension which you eoom lo feo), and which
many othors share with you, that Mr. JOHNSON will
attempt to forco Soulhorn Roprosontativoil into
Congrose, or do any other imprudent thing by
whioh the publie poaoe will be disturbed, or the
publio credit bo deranged, io utterly nnfoundod.
While he will exorcise f larlesaly the power whioh
he posBosee under the Constitution, in furtherance
of the measuroa whioh he thinks are boat calcu
lated to proinot* ?he publio weal, bo will not quat
rol with Congress for pursuing tho onmo indopon
dont course. Ho rogrota tbo diBagroomout botwoon
tho Legislativo and Eiccutivo branchos of tho
Government, and would, I doubt not, yiold much
to cflbot a ?eoonciliatiou. Ho will not, ho wovor,
sacrifico hie prineiploa.nor violate the Constitution,
according to his intorprotation of it, no matter
what prcasuro may bo brought to boor upon him.
He momia to do right OH ho understands. Ino right,
and will trust to timo for tho vindication of his
courso. Ho will bo as truo to tho Constitution
and tho Govornmont na Prosidout of tho Uuitcd
States as ho was truo and steadfast to tho Union in
tho darko?t days of its trials.
THE MACHINE SHOPS OF CHARLESTON.
Thero is nothing romantic about a machino
shop-nothing to attract tho writer or tho roador
pf light literature. Li fact, the two thiugs aro con
tradictory : light litoraturo is a synonym of idlo
noBs; a machine shop is a synonym of industry.
Thcro is ono characteristic of tho workshop, how
ovor, that gives it an intercut, at loutit, to iho
writors of li^ht literature-thoao follows always so
hard up that it roquirostho highest flightB of their
genius to make two ends meet-and that ia. that
they aro monoy-inaking institutions. It is this
quality that recoinmouds thom to our attention at
present, for all tho world-f. e., tho world within
tho horizon of our circulation-io BO hard up that
its ears aro only open to tho magic rusti? of
greenbacks or tho tnlismanic chink of coin. Peo
ple speak with honor of tho great highway rob
bery of a passenger train in Kentucky ,"but every
body onvios tho niau who pockotcd the most booty;
and you might writo a book about tho mammoth
charities of Mr. PEABOD?, aud your roadora would
closo it and, with one consent, exclaim: l If ho
would ?iily toko a fancy lo mc and leave mo just ono
little fortune 1" It is becauso machino shops inako
money, thoreforo, that wo havo chosen them for
tho subject of this article, and it is on that
ground that wo dopoud for tho interested attention
of our readers. Charleston has the ropulation
abroad of boing a city of old fogies, whoro me
chanics hava. not half a chanco, and somo of our
ownoitizons axe inclined to indulge in tho same
belief ; but wo intend to atato a fow facts, in tho
course of tliis article, which wo hope will seno to
abrogate any such notion from the minds of our
roadors. "VYo shall mention the 'various machino
shops topographically, commencing at Line-street,
as if wo had just popped in from tho country and
woro bent on finding some nondescript engine,
which, after all, was not tojbo found. The first
establishment that wo strike on this route is, of
SOUTH CAT.OIJNA- nAILUOAD CAB SHOPS.
Those aro situated north of Lino street, and are
tho most exlonsivo works of tho kind in tho city.
Here freight, mail and socond and first class pas
senger cara ara mado out and out. Thcro aro seve
ral cars now on tho stocks, among which aro a
mail car, to run on tho through routo from Augusta
to lung ville, and a commissary car, built expressly
for tho commisaary of this department, to trans
port provisions to the troops in tho interior. Wo
saw horo two tools that wo did not see in any oi
the othor shops. Ouo was a trip-hanmior, worked
by machinery that could bo so rogulatod as to
strike a blow hoavio: than that of a giant or aa
light as that of an infant. Tho other wau an In*
Btrumout i'or palling off car whools from tho nxlos.
It is so powerful that it sometime? snaps in two
one of its iron parts that is six inches wido and
six inches thick. Tho South Carolina Railroad
Company now mako all their own cars, aud tharc
are different departments in the shops for iron
work, carpenter's work, painting, seating and tin
ning, so that when tho car is turned out it is in
running order and doos not need any additional
work whatovor. Among the curiositioa of the
placo is a car mado ontholy of iron. It was for
merly tho headquarters car of Major-Goneral
THOMAS, and was bought by Superintendent PEAKE
at a Government solo in Nashville It is divided
into threo compartments-ouo is a kitchen, an
other a dining room, and tho third ?B furnished
with soato that may bo changed into comfortable
beds. On each door is painted ''Headquarters De
partment of the Cumberland." Wo supposo that
tho General must havo had this car manufactured
to ordor, to enablo him to travel in the stylo suited
to his position without fear of guerilla ri?o balls.
On tho south sido of Lino ?trout, just oppoaito tho
South Carolina Railroad Car Sbopa, oro tho
WOBKSHOPB OP MK3SBS. WHAllTON a PETSCH.
Tho work dono boro is exclusively wood work,
BUOh as building cara, planing boards, grooving
and tonguoing, rabiting, &o., &o. Tho principal
jobs now on hand otp somo freight cara for tho
Northoastorn Railroful and thoCheraw and Dal
lington ltailroad, and tho shaping of tho stringers
for the City Railroad. Tho shaping of a stringer,
which ia tho stick of lumbor on which tho iron ia
laid, is performed in a Bingle operation, and dooa
not toko more than half a minuto. Messrs. WHAR
TON & PETSCH contracted to chapo eloven ni ile? of
atringora, and tho job is now conipletoci, or nearly
so. Liko all tho machino ohopa established be
fore tho war, this ono has eufi?rod greatly at the
hands of tho enemy, but it is now in a fair way to
reouporato. Mesara. WHABTON & PETSCH deserve
groat credit for their enterprise and industry, and
wo hopo that th?y havo taken tho first stops on tho
road to wealth and ?iflluonco. Not far from hero,
on tho east side of Mooting strcot, and just bolow
Lino strcot, aro tho
rODNOBT AND HA OUI NU SHOPS OF IION, W. 8. UKN
Mr. lInHERE'/a specialty ia tho manufacturo of
tho McCarthy Oin for long cotton, which is a
well-known machino and much used by Sea Island
plantara? Four of tkouo ginB manufactured by
Mr. HI:NKIIEY aro now in successful operation at
the Woet Point Mills. Hut of courso, in a piacu
Uko Charlcuton, tho operations of a largo machino
shop cannot bo confined to tho mauuiacuiro of a
singl? artiole, and ncoordingly boilers, saw mills,
cano mills, ca:.t-irou columns and btoro fronts,
io., aro boro constantly ina lo ondropaired. Tho
foundry, forgos and finishing room aro bil on an
extensivo aoalo, and tho collection of patterns em
braces tho accumulations of twenty yeara. At tho
last Stato election Mr. Hi'-NEiiEx'd follow-oilizotis
expressed their appreciation of his abilities and
services by o eating bim to roprosont them in the
THB SOUTH OAIIOLINA HAJLHOAD MACHINE BHOPS
Oooupy tho ontiro oqnnro formed by Line-street,
Meeting-street, fipring-streot and the Railroad.
Tho finishing room ocoupioa the greater portion of
a largo briok building, oxtondlng tho wholo length
of the square on Mooting-iitroot. Tho rematador
of the building is occupied bj the oOicoa of the Su
poviu tondent and XkttUtcofor, cjc'l tho real of tho
busin osa dopartmont. On Spring-street is another I
loug brick building, containing tho forges, and on
tho northwofst corner of tho Bqunro, at tho inter
section of tho Railroad with Columbus-atroot, is !
tho rouiid-houso, n circular building, intended for
tho accommodation of cngiuos needing mpair.
Thoro aro two tracks loading into the round-houso,
and in tho contro is a turn-tablo, by moan? of which
tho engines can bo shifted on to any one of the short
tracks proparcd for their reception. Thora aro
oighteon of thoso, and of courso that number of
locomotives can bo housed at ono time, but thcro
aro at prosont only twolvo under repair. Tho
roiuid-hoiiBO is tho feature which distinguishes
theso shops from any others in town, and tho
making and repair of difforont parts of locomotives
is tho principal work done.
BASONS' FOUNDltY AND MACHINE SHOPS
nro situated at tho cornor of Columbus nnd Nassau
Htreotu, and have sovoral times boen described in
tho columns of this paper. They wcro extensively
patronized by tho Confcdorato Government, and
afterwards very much injured by tho Fedoral forces.
Relics of tho Govornmont work aro still to ho scon
lying about tho yard, in the shape of piceos of
cannon and steamboat propellers. The ongincs
and saw frames manufactured by tho Messrs.
EASON have a wida reputation for durability and
choapnosH, and aro said to surpass all Northern
made engines in both thoso respects. Tho Messrs.
EASON also manufacturo in great numbera the
centrifugal pump, invented hy Mr. LEBUY, of th?B
city. Tho firm consists of two brothers, Messrs.
J. M. EASON nnd T. D. EASON. both well known as
skillful mechanics, ontorprising capitalists, and
public-spirited citizens, whoso business under
takings havo resulted in immouso good to thiB
W. t?. HACKEn'S CAB SHOPS,
arc situated in King ?lroot, on tho east side, above
John street. Before tho war Mr. HACKEU had an
oxtonsivo car factory, nud being thoroughly con
versant with the busiuosa, ho is rapidly rooupeva
ting his rosourcos. Ho has now on hand a number
of freight cars, and is proparcd to do planing,
grooviug and tongueing, &c, &o. Tho engine
which runs Mr. HACKOB'S machinen.- also supphos
tho power for a grist mill next door, which belongs
to anothor party. Mr. IlACKEn's yard pr?senla a
neat and cleanly appearance, and in this rcspoct is
an oxcoption to moat of the workshop yards that
wo havo soon.
THE PAEMETTO IB?N WORKS.
Messrs. FBEEMAN &> PONDT, lato of FBEEMAN,
PONDT ?fc Co., whoso establishment was at tho foot
of Pinclmey stroot, now occupy tho old stand of
Messrs. LOCKWOOD & JOHNSON, and do an exten
sivo business in manufacturing and repairing ma
rino and stationary boilers and enginos. Their
foundry is extensive and complote, and they do a
groat deal o? brass moulding and finishing. Just
at the close of the war they did all tho United
States Govornmont work, and wore constantly on
gngod. in repairing tho machinery of tho many
Govornmont steamers that WCTO thon in the port.
They oipect soon to remove to a moro convenient
and commodious situation.
PHOSNIX IB?N WOBKS.
Messrs. JOHN F. TAYLOB & Co. have an exten
sivo foundry and finishing'*establi8hment, on tho
north eido of Pinckney stroot, noar Cooper River;
nud to judge by appoarnnco of industry nnd
onterpriuo thcro oxhibitod, have as much work on
hand aa they can well attend to. Mr. TAYLOB, tho
aonior member of tho firm, was formerly tho scien
tific machinist of tho old house o? CAMKBON & Co.,
and it was, to the best of our recollection, to his
moohanical skill, knowloDgo anti attainments, that
South Carolina was indobtcd for tho first machine
ry manufactured in the State for tho purpose of
rifling cannon. ^
WOBKBUOP8 OF MB. ABOmBALD MIKISH.
Mr. MOLEISH ocoupies tho building formorly
owned by Mr. WEBI?BB in former years, tho most
celohiated blacksmith and iron-worker iu Charles
ton. Tho sign that is susponded in front of this
workshop ia a curiosity worth soeing, and a most
elab?ralo speoimon of iron work. Among tho h?l
orogonoouB artiolos conglomerated logothor in this
uniquo sign, aro a cannon, an anchor, nn anvil, a
fly-whool, on arrow of huge dimensions, a leaf
from tho iron Palmetto tree, now standing in front
of tho new Stato House in Columbia, and a vnrioty
of othor articles too numerous to mention. Mr.
MOLEISH manufactures carts, drays, wagons, and
plows, and repairs all k?Als of machinery. Ho is
well known, and hiB businoss is extensivo.
MESSES, WIGHTMAN AND onAPMAN
Havo just oponed a machino shop in Quoen strcot,
noar tho Mills Houoo, and are prepared to do all
kinds of work in their line. Their front window is
ornamontod with a modol engino woll worthy n
visit from tho curious. From a cursory inspection
of thou* premises and maohinory, wo judgo that
they aro proparcd to outer upon a long and pros
perous caroor of onterpriso, industry and onorgy.
Wo have now given as full a notiee aa our limits
will permit of snob of the principal maebino shops
of Charleston as our attention has boon called to,
and if wo havo unintentionally omitted any, it will
give na pleasuro to describo thom in a future arti
cle. It will bo seen by thia short ekotch that tho
mechanical interest of Charleston is by no means
iuconsidorablo, and that wo have at least the nu
cleus of a large machine-making buBincBe, which,
under tho now order of things, may grow into im
portance muob moro rapidly than it over could
havo dono under tho old systom. *
MARION UM II 13 K.VUI1V1L, COMPANTi
TUR MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OF THIS
City havo, lu oooonlanc?) with the aoutiuaonta of tho citi
zens gonorally, determined to procuro a STEAM FIRE
ENGINE AND APPARATUS, of ?10 moat approved pat
toniii. Thoy tliuroforo soUclit tho liboral aid of their fol
ljtt-.cilizcus to enable them to pay for tho soma Tho
Company refer to tliolr norvicos for tlio piat twonty-aovon
years lu thoFiro Dopartmont In aid ol' this npjioal.
A Committee, consisti?? of W. RONAN and A HAM
ILTON, will call upon tho citizens for their contribu
tions. HENRY I* CALDER,
November 9_Socretary Marion Firo Knyino Co.
CHARLESTON, NOTEWUEU, 0, 180?. |
From this date, until furtlior notico, the "Way" Mails
for the Northeaatorn Railroad, rou to will closo at 7.1 A. M.
(except on Sundays, at 10 A. M.)
Maila for Wilmington and Manohoster Railroad, by
Northeastern Railroad routo, Express train, at 0 P. M.
Mails for Augusta and Columbi?, and the connoctiunir
ofthoBouUi Carolina Itsilroad, vriU clcwo at 7 A. M. "
For Georgetown, by "Klngstroo," Sunday at 10 A M.,
Wodnjoday and Friday at 11 A M.
ITovonibcr 7 ' STANLEY C1. TROTT, A. P. M.
Our Now York exchanges of tho ? tith havo Wash
ington dispatches datod the day previous, from
which wo mako oxtracts:
THE PBESinENT AND THE CONSTTTUTIONAT, AMEND
During the last fow days parties havo boon here
endeavoring, if possible, to porauado the Preaidont
to como out utroug for the Constitutional Amend
ment in his forthcoming mosBngo. They arguo
that in so doing ho will hoad off cortnin other pro
positions which tho lladicals intend to adopt. I
understand that Mr. Johnson has not as yot given
these gentlomon thoir answer. It has been rumor
ed boro for tho last wcok that it was his intention
to proposo au arrangement similar to tho one now
ronding, but in a modified form, rocommonding,
among'othor mattors, tho withdrawal of tho dis
franchising provision in tho amondmont as it ia
Tho ProBidont is collecting from tho most nu
thonlic BOUVCOS information rognrding tho situa
tion in tho South, preparatory to framing luS an
nual mossagc. Gonoral Sickles was closeted with
him to-day, and submitted bia views. It ia poBai
blo that the Prosidout may rocommond to Congress
tho convocation of a National Convention, in which
all tho StotoB ahnll bo roprcsoutod, to consider the
grave questions now boioro tho nation. Although
tho pooplo of the South may not favor tho ponding
Conatitu:ioual Amondmont, and may regard tho
schism between tho Prosidont and Congross nu
calculated ultimately to inuro to thoir own noncfit..
thov will in tho ond acquiesce in whatever the
highest bronchos of tho Government may uni I o in
proposing. Tho President will probably suggest
such measures to Congress as may mako hi? Leg
islativo ond Executivo Departments a unit upon
tho question of restoration.
TUE BITUATION IN TEXAS-STATEMENT 0? QENEBAE
KID?OO, OF THE FBEEOHENS HUBEAU.
Brevet Major-Gcnoral J. D. Kiddoo, Assistant
Commissioner of tho Frcodmon's Hiircau in the
Stato of Texas, has arrived in tho city, having been
sent for by tho Commissioner on businoss connect
ed with tlio bureau. Gen. Kiddoo represents the
f ealing dt the Toxans to bo much moro friendly to
tho Government than roany reports havo indicated.
Thcro is an un mint nimble desire manifested by the
pcoplo in general to acquiesce in the moasurcs
imposed upon thom by tho Government. In tho
matter., of negro suflrage tboy aro not so much
opposed to conferring.tho privUogo upon tho freed
men as thoy aro to having it forced on them by
Congross. If loft to their own action the elective
franchiso would oro long be granted to tho freod
mon by tho Stato L?gislature. Tho Gonoral Blatas
that tho cotton crop nao turned out quita well, ai:d
had it not boon for tho ravages of tho army worm
it would have compared well with tho crop of 18G0.
It in estimated, however, that one-fifth at least of
tho whole cotton crop of tho United States this
year has been raised in Texas.
CHIEF-roSTTICE CHASE AT THE WHITE nODSE
MOVEMENT TOWABD BECONSTBUCTION.
Chiof-Juutico Chaso called at the Whito Houso
tins evening, and was olosoted with tho President
for about an hour. Before his doparturo, Mr.
Soward, Gov. Randall, Mr. Mcculloch, and Mr.
Browning arrived, and remained in consultation
with tho President until 10 o'clock. It ia behoved
that this mooting was for consultation upon a
most important subject, based upon an effort now
making by leading men of all partios, to induco
the President, in consideration of a gonoral am
nesty, to induce tho pooplo of the South to accept
universal suflrage, wi h qualification either of
proporty or intelligence Prominont Southern
finch aro co-operating with Republicans and Demo
crats in this oiiort.
TBESPASS BOTT AGAINST BEOBETABY STANTON.
In the caso of V.rm. T. Smithson, the banker, vs.
Edwin M. Stanton, Socrotary of War, for trespass,
damages aro claimed of $10,000 in tho suit institut
ed by Messrs. Hughes, Denver and Peck for tho
plaintiff. Mr. W. X. Pondall baa entered his ap
poarauco for tho defendant, and a plea of not guil
ty having bean ontored, the case ?tanda for trial.
It ia not probablo, howovor, that it will bo reached
at the presont term of tho Circuit Court.
C03IMI3SIONEB BOLLIN3 NOT BEMOVEO.
Tho prcsauro for the removal of Commissioner
Rollins having failed for the present, tho contest
ants havo started a now gamo, tho ultimate object
of which is tho samo. Au organized prcsauro is
now boing brought to boar upon tho PrcHidont
against Soorotary Mcculloch, in tho hope of fright
oning that officer into doing what ho cannot bo
porsuadod to do. A regular ring has been formed,
which- will rope in all tho Democratic and Con
servativo influences that can bo collected, and
dond sot made upon the Prosidont. But this raid
will bo as likely to tail of its object as all other
GEN. LOOAN AND THE IMPEACHMENT OP THE
Gen. "Logan is in tho city, and announcoi his de
termination to ?lo all in his power to induco tho
impoaohmont of tho President.
WILBDB & SON will sell at auotion, this day, at No. 6
State-stroot, west aide, tho good will and Icaso of a hil
liard saloon and bar room.
Tho best Dyspeptlo Bitters r.-jw in uso aro PANKNIN'S
Hepatic Bitters. They novor fall to givo relief. Try a
bottle, and bo convinced. For sale by all Druggiata. m
.Ir xou WANT I,iGirr Biannrr, Ko Crust, MuOm, or
Com Bread, coll Into II EMU? BISCHOFF k Co.'a, No. 197
East Bay etrcot, charleston, 8. C, and got a box of Pio
neer Yeast Powder, with di re ellon a, now in uso by the
beat Hotels and Pastry Cooks lu this city.
November 19 mwflmo
VKNI I Val I Vroi I So C?aor dispatched, whon by
tho sword ho bad conquered. How much greater la tho
success of Dr. MAEBDHM, who with his Carminative Sy
rup has coraplotoly subjugated every coao of Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, oto., that has come undor his notice.
Por sale by all druggists.
KING k CA8SIDEY, Agenta.
dOODBIGH, WINEMAN k CO., Agents.
November 19 0
WHXN all othora fall, CoUcton Blttors eurea. A dose
will relieve tho nuiforor of ono of the moat trying dlsoasos
dyspepsia. Ifa not an ovory day drink, but a modicino.
For salo by all druggist?. taxw
noifOSOPATBTC MltDICAIt Nonas.-Drs. CMSORXET k
Hem-sr (of Columbus, Ga.,) having permanently located
in Charleston, rospcotfally tandur thoir sorvlcos to the
citizens. In tho practico of Homoeopathy.
Dr. O. has had tho oxpcrlonco of Queen years in thla
school of medicino.
Offlco A our rcsidonco. No. 11, a W. corner COLLEGE
aud GItEEN SWEETS (corner of Groom.
usa m v in. iXuuunxt, M. D... .PHILIP T. Sonucr, M. D.
THE JACKET OF GREY,
OTHER FUGITIVE POEMS.
Bl BOIS. C. A. II ALL,
IN BIEMOniAM OF O?B LOVED AHD LOST CAUSE,,
AND OUR UABTYBED DEAD-"OUTNUMBERED
For eulo at KU?SEUVfl, HOLMES AND OOURTE
NAY*8 BOOK BTOBBB.
tar Sttbacribara triU rtoalre their numbera at aa early
In this city, on Wednesday, Hth lust., at tho residence?
of tin- hrldo'u brother, Mr. WM. B. UTAN, by tim Rev. 1'.
RTAK, D.D., Mr. EDWARD F. DAVIS, of Watterboto',
8. C.antl MIRB KATE It VAN, of Charleston, K. C, daityh- i
I ter of the latu THOMAS KVAN, Esq., of Charleston.
' aaan i. li.i.. ..?...?%???-~.a e i una I lee
DIED, at his Residence?, near Greenville, R. C, on tlie
morning of November 1st, HENRY TA7.BWELL THOMP
SON, Esq.. son of the lato Chancellor WADDY THOMPSON,
lu the fifty-fifth year of lils age.
In the UoaUi of Mr. THOMPSON ?*. mourn an excollcnt j
man, a courteous gentleman, a kind neighbor, a friend
to tho poor, ogalust whom naught ?Tan, bo Bald but that j
ho waa "generous to o fault."
It ivas our prlvilc/io to watch by his bed sido during
his long and painful illness, and to obiiervu his gontlcu<>!'H
of spirit, and lus manly uprisbtncM of character In all the j
rotations of life; and wo do bellovo that God has taken j
ldm to himself.
This tribute to his memory is offered by ouc who had >
learned to love him as a brother.
?ST* Tbc Relatives, Friends anti Acquaint- ,
ancos of Mrs. ANN M. CASEINS and of her daughter, j
Mrs. JULIA WBIODT, aro respectfully Invited to attend
tho funeral services of the former, ni One O'clock. 77ei.-;
Afternoon, at No. 30 Nassau-street, without further invi
tation. * 1* November 19 ?
j?*?-TIi'o Relatives, Friends nnd Acquaint
ances of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN C. R. Moot?, and their ?on, |
W. MOOD, aro respectfully invited to attentl the Funeral ',
Scrviccn of Mr. JOHN C. R. MOOD, at Ucthcl Church, I
This Afternoon, at Four o'clock. . November 19 :
J03T" The Friends mid Acquaintance? oiTtlr. '
WILSON SMITH (colored); also his sous JOSKPII and
MOPES SMITH ; alBO tho Mcmbors of the Mechanic Asno-'
elation, aro rcapoctfully invited to attend Uio Funeral of ''?
the former, at his lato resiflouce, Mazyck fitroct, '
This Afternoon, at Two o'clock, without further invi
tatton. 1* November TO
?2T- NOTICE.-CONS1GNEE3 PER STEAM- j
8HIB. MONEKA^aro hereby notified [that eho is This',
Day discliargln;; cargo at North Atlantic Wharf. All Ooods (
remaining on the wharf at sunset .will bo stored at ex- >
penso and risk of owners. A. GETTY k CO.,
General Agents. !
All Freight amounting to fifteen (15) dollars, or ICSB, |
must be paid on tho wharf beforo delivery of Goods.
mr WE ABE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE I
WM. BLUM DINGLE as a Candid ?to for tho ShoritTalty f
at tho ensuing election.
Scptombor 11 0m|
US-WET ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE'
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a candidato "?or Sheriff of
Charleston (Judicial) District, at the noxt election.
US' APPLICATION WILL BE MADE AT THE j
next session of tho Gonoral Assembly for a Charter for
Iho "ASHLEY FIRE ENGINE COMPANY, No. 9," of
Charleston. ml si November 19
^NOTICE.-APPLICATION WILL BE MADE
at the ensuing session of tho General Assembly Of this
State for an Act of Incorporation of THE SOUTH CARO
LINA LOTTERY AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, for the
purpoeo of aiding planters and promoting tho ngrlcul
turua interests of the State. fmw October 11
?5-HXATK OF HOU'l'll UAMO.LiJ.Xf A
-COLLETON DI3DRI0T-By Ii. ALLAN WILLLS,
Esq., Ordinary.-WhcroaB, BENJAMIN STOKES, Oom
mlssioncrin Equity, modo unit tomo to grant him Letters
of Administration of tho Estate and Effects of GEOROE H.
MUCKENFTJSS. Theaa ore therefore lo cite and ad
mouir.h all and singular the kindrod and creditors of aaid
GEOSOE H. attOCKBatVOaaa, late of Collcton Di?trict, de
coaecd, that tiley bo and appear boforo ino, in ike Court
of Ordinary, to be held at Walterson/ on Uni Hth Decem
ber next arter publication hereof, at 11 o'cloiJc in the
forenoon, lo show estlaW, if any thoy have, why tho aaid
Administration should uo?,bo granted.
Glvon under my hand thin fifth day of November, Anno
Domini 18CG. R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. C. D.
November 19 mu
v UOrSTATE OF 80UTH CAROLINA.-COLLE
TON DISTRICT.-By R. ALLAN WILLIS, Euq., Ordina
ry.-Whereas BENJAMIN STOKES, ComioiSHioucr ia
Equity, has made pult to mo lo grant bim Letters o? Ad
ministration of tho Dorolict E?tnto and Effects of ALEX
ANDER EASTERLING: ThoiO aro, Uioroforo, to cite and
admonish all and singular M?o kindred and creditors of
tho said ALEXANDER EASrEnmia, late of Collotou Dis
trict, deceased, that Uioy bo and appear before mc, in tho
Court of Ordinary, to be held at Waltorboro', on tho 27th
day of Novombor neit, after publlcaUon hereor, at 11
o'clock in tho forenoon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the aaid Administration should not bo granted.
Given uudor my baud this ICth day of Octohor, Anno
Domini, 1866. R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. C. D.
OctoborM _ mc
?5- STATE OE SOUTH OABOLINA, COLLE
TON DISTRICT.-By R. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq., Ordi
nary.-Whereas BENJAMIN STOKES, Commissioner in
Equity, has modo suit to mo to grant bim Letters of Ad
ministration of tho Derelict Estate and Effects of WIL
LIAM WALKER: These aro, therefore, to cito and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of
tho said Wniitui WAT.wF.n, late of Colloton District, de
ceased, that thoy bo and appear beforo mo, in tho Court
of Ordinary to bo hold at Waltorboro' on 21?A day of No
vember next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock iu tho
forenoon, to show causo, If any they have, why tho said
Administration should not bo granted.
Given under roy hand this 19th day of October, Anno
Domini, I860. R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. O. D.
October 22 ? m6
JW STATB OF SOUTH OABOLINA,
COLLETON DISTRICT.-By R. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq.,
Ordinary.-Whereas, BENJAMIN ?STOKES, Commission,
or in Equity, xnsdo suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of tho Derelict Estate and Effects of AN
DREW CANE: Thoso aro, therefore, to cito and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said
AUDREW CASS, late of Colloton District, dcooasod, that
tlioy bo and appear beforo me, in tho Court of Ordinary,
to bo hold at Waltorboro', on 24th day of Novombor next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in,.tho forenoon,
to show canse, if any they have, why tho said Adminis
tration should not bo granted.
Given undor roy hand, this 13th day or Ostober, Anno
Domini, 18?0. R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. O. V.
mr NOTICE.- PUR8UANT TO THE PRO
VISIONS of tho Aot of Aroembly Incorporating tho
PLANTERS' AND FARMERS' RELIEF ASSOCIATION,
the books of subscription will bo openod by tho under
signed, at tho Store of R. W. GALE k CO., No. ? Went
worth street, ToMorrow, 19th of Novembor, and will re
main open until further notice.
The share!) aro fivo hundred in numbor, and iCOO oach.
An instalment of flvo dollars per sharo will bo required
runon making subscription. It. W. GALE.
1 GEO. O. ROBINSON.
CHAS. E. HOB1NSON.
Novombor 13 snl mwf WM. H. BELLAMY.
THE COURT OF APPEALS WILL MEET AT COLUM
DIA on Tuesday, 37th November Instant.
Applicants for admission to tho Bar will bo examined
on Wednesday, 39th Novomber.
Appeals from Charlas ton will be first heard, and imme
diately thoreafter Appeals from the several Country Cir
cuits, in the following order, to-wlt: The Western, North
am, Middle, Bastera and Southern Circuit?, sucoossivoly,
Tho Court of Errors will a/womble. pursuant to ad
journment, on Thursday, 39th November.
By order. JOHN WATTES,
CHexk. Court ol' Appeals.
Columbia, November 8, UM. '
Kwtwriw ft Ntl?
A FINK BLACK OLOTHCAP, 60c.
JuHt opened, 20 dozen of Ihn abovo.
Boya' Ulaclc mid l)rnb Felt lints, $1
Men's Black and Drab Felt nats, $1, fl.fiO.
STEELE'? "HAT HALL,"
No. 318 Killi; Htreol,
Between Wentworth and Liberty K1 roots.
November VJ ,"f4
TUB CIIABLBoTOft IIIHIIT.
THE PUBLICATION OF THE "CHARLESTON MER
CURY" will bo resumed THIS DAY, tho 10th instant,
at tho office, No. 133 MEET INO STREET, nearly opposite
the Charleston Hotel.
Advertisers who desire to secure the Insertion ol' their
advertisements in tue first issue will please forward thom
to lite omeo as soon as possible. R. B. RUETT, Jr.
^BENONG AGENCY. !
LANDLORDS AMDTENftfaTS SUITED.
HOUSES RENTED-PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
LEASED-Houses procured hi any part of the City nt a
moderate charge to Tonanta-Plaulations and Forma
procured in any part of Um Country.
Charges moderate. Call and register your nanios at our
omeo. SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agon ta, No. 27 Broad street,
November li South Eldo, near SU to stroot.
To th? Debilitated and the Docrcpid.
Tor general debility and exhaustion of tho powers of
nature, whether occasioned by sickness, fast livin;;, con
stitutional decay, old ago, or any other physical or mon
tai cause, tho ono thing needful aud indispensable is
HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS.
When the fire of Ufo sectus to bo absolutely dying out in
the System, and the mind, sympathizing with the body
ia reduced ohuoRt to a state of imbecility, this mighty
Bestorativc seems, as it Vero, to lift tho ?iiflercr out of
the Slough of Despond, and recruit and rclnvigoroto
both the framo aud "tho intollcct. An old farmer in tho
Valley of tho Monongahela writes thus to Dr. HoDTr.TTT.nr
" I can comparo the operation of your Bitters upon mo to
nothing but the effect of a rain aftor a long dry spoil in
tho fall of tho year. Tho rain falling on tho meadow?
starts the second crop of grass, and your wholesome
medicine scorns to havo started a second crop of life and
spirits in ino." And this is truly Uio effect of this grate
ful and powerful preparation. Ladies of weak constitu
tion, or whoso strongth has been impaired by sickness or
ago. Hud it a most ofUcacious and delightful Tonic, and it
is administered with groat success in marasmus cr wast
ing of tho flesh, to young children. In foot, it lo a much,
safer and suror cordial for tho nnrsory than anything ad
vertised specially for that purpose.
November IO G
LEA & PERRINS*
PRONOUNCED 1-1 EXTRACT
BY of a fetter from a
MEDICAL CJ ENTLEMAN
at Madras, to his
TO DE TBS ONLY ?ffiff *N. Brother at
"Tell LEA & PER
RINS that (heir SAUCE
in highly esteemed iu In
di?, and ii?, in m3* opinion,
ibu most palatable, au
_. .veil i?-- tho most wliolo
?Krjw ??mo ?A?OK that la
OF PISH. "^?^-made."
Tho success of this most dcliclonn and unrivalled con
diment having caused many unprincipled dealers ta
apply tho name to Spurious Compounds, tho I-riw.io l8
respectfully and earnestly requested to ecc thal Ibo names
of LI:A k PERKINS aro upou tho WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA ?fe PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORn, .A-CHflr-TTS.
Ootobor 19 fmwlyr
HAVING ALMOST ENTIRELY SUPERSEDED' ALL
OTHER METHOBS for the insertion of ARTIFICIAL
TEETH, I am prepared to do work for tho public by this
process, as well as by any other method known to th?
Tothoso requiring Artificial Tooth, the VULCANITE
BASE oilers tho following great recommendations, viz:
?3^ j ADAPTABILITY,
Tho timidity for the extraction of auch tooth, or roots of
teath, as oro null retained prior to tho inseriion of Arti
ficial Tooth, deterring as it docs ao many, I would bora
stato that I will ox tract all auch teeth Flinn OF COST and
Fn&K OF PAIN by tho Narcotic Spray process, tho offiraey
of which I havo tho assertion of any numbor of pal ion ts
f.>r whom I hove operated with it; besides iiiBortin;? uow
nota of Artificial Teeth at as moderato lutes as I hey can
bo had of any operator in the city.
THEODORE F. OHUPEIN, Dentist,
Ofllco No. 275 KIn3-8troot, opposite HaaoL
November 5 ^mthlmo
PO WHOLESALE OROOERB, LIQUOR DEALERS, DIS
TILLERS, DRUGGISTS, GLASS AND
ESSENTIAL OILS, EXTRACTS AND ESSENCES FOB?
flavoring and improving Brandies, Whiskeys, Ruma?
Wines, Oidor, fco., 4o. Aga and Body Preparations foe
Neutralizing and Mollifying Whiskey.! and Spirit*. Ex
tracts of Holland and London Gins, Coloring?, Gum and
Sugar Syrupe, and Fruit Juices. Dr. Peuehlutanger'*
Treatise on Fermented Liquor*, w?h 1000 Receipt* and
Direction*. * .
DRUGS, OHEMIOAL8. OXIDES, ORES, A-o,
FOB SOAP MANOFAOTUOKHS.-Silicate- of Sola, Sol ubi?
C1 lass or Liquid Quarts, in Dry Crystal, Liquid or Jolty
Porra; Caustic Soda, Soda Ash, Palm and Cocoanut Oils?
Soapstono and China Clay.
All ord ira eont to mo will have prompt attention, andt
avery Itf jrmatlon required wiri be cheerfully gi von by
JOS. W. FBUOHTWANOKB,
Ho. M Ocdar-atroot, New Votfc.
Oototx*? _ , wfzofcnos)