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VOLUME III....NO. 309.]
CHARLESTON S. C. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ?G, 18GC.
[PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Per Atlantic Telegraph.
?iOHDOW, Novombor 23.-Tho condition of the
Moxican Empira is tho loading topic in England
?nil on tho Continent. Trieste papors say that
the state of tlio Empress C.v_-orrA_ health in un
changed. Tho Cazctle ih'ia morning says that tho
Boyal Commisaio:i on tho noutrality lawn will aoon
oomrnoncQ ita i-csh?oiis. Lord CnA*an__TU will bo
President of tlio Ci)iiixni38?oii, anil amoug its mora.
bore will be Lord Uouonrox. Sir Randall Palmee,
Sir K. Pim.i.mo-tK, ami W. H. GEEaonv. Thcro
.re vaguo report.-- that tho govomrnont intends to
Send tvronty inilit.arogiinonts to Iroland.
Tajos, Novoinbar BJ.--It ia roported that tbo im
porial commisHiou appaintod to considor the re
organization of tlio I'*rc:icb army, will roport in fa
Tor of adopting tlio Tiuaaia i military syntom.
P-arn, Novo-nber 2"5.-Tho Diot party havo
adopted a:i -ddrca-i to tho Emperor of Austria iwk
ing for tbo io itoration of tbo laws of 1818, and
promising that tho Diot will consider tbo wiaboB of
tho Emporor an oxproaaod in bia rccont prosoript.
IdVREFOor,. November 21.-Noon.-Cotton opon
ad quilo activo at yo ?terday'a advanco. ProtjpeclB
Of to-day'a nales amounting to fully 16,000 balea.
Middling Uplands l_?d. Breadstufl? firm. Con
sola DO ; Fivo-tweiitiod 70$.
Pabis, Novombor 23_A popular outbroak
against tbo G.-ver.nnont of Spain is liable to ocour
at any momoiit. Tboro aro vaguo rumors that
tbo Quoon will abdicato to avert tbo tbvoatenod
Fxoeenoe, Novombor 2.1.-It ia authoritatively
innouncod tint Hata-zi will succeed Baron Rioab
_o_>in the Ministry of Foroign affaira.
LoifDON, Novombor 23.-A number of pomona
aoousod of Foniani.sin havo boon arrested at Lim
<ario-, and largo ipia.ititicB of pikes aud other arma
Iiavo boen seizod by tbo authorities.
' Bbbx-N, Novoniber 23.-Tbo Chambers bavo
?groud in cOnanriiig tbo Government for tbo sale
of the Cologne Railroad without their sanction.
UV-BPOO- AND LONDON MAIlKKTfl.
l_rrEBrooL, Novombor 23.-During tbo woDk
?Button baa been rathor dull but stoady at 14d. for
Middling Uplanca. Tbo boIos for tbo week do not
foot np over Cti.OOO bales. To-day the markot
ebow?- some impvovoment and prices havo an ad
Vanoing tendency. Middling Uplands are quoted
at lijd., and ?aloa to-day will probably roach 15,000
bales. Broail.-itnffri continuo to advance, and tbo
market to-day ia still firmer. Mixed Westorn corn,
IdrtTinpooL, Novenibor 23_Cotton unchanged.
Provision m unchanged. Lard tending downwards.
London-, Novcmbor 23.-Money aligbtJy easier.
Oonsola olosed at 00. Five-twenties, 70|.
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General Butler In Brooklyn.
Kaw Yoee. November 25.-General B?tti__i do
Hvorcd a looturo at the Acadomy of Mnsio in
Brooklyn on. lout- smulng, which ivao altoutivoly
lifitonod io, on the subject of the reorganization of
alio South. Ho enid that noither of tim political
O-podionts-of tho Convention, of the President,
or of *\?ongrc3'i-could compasB it. AU dovicoa ol
ntabocrafl must fail. Even universal freedom can
not accomplish it, and universal, impartial anf
frago will onbanoo tho danger. The only safety is
-_?vcrtml education, iutollectual and religious.
Tho common school and the church aro the only
abasia upon which tbo South can bo safely and per
BuTLEB argued that thora is power in Congress
to establish schools in tbo South, under tbo clause
of tlie Constitution which eays : "Congresa shall
havo power to provide for the common dofoncc
and goneral welfare of tho Unitod Statos."
On the subject of the impeachment of the Presi
dent, ho claimeil that an impropor public Bpeoch
of ?high official in im.-eacbablo. Ho Raid, more
over, that tho Senate, from which members from
?sloven Staten aro cxcludod, and some of them ex
pelled, is a legal High Court of Impo-chmeni; that
if tho acoused refuse or negloct to appear before
the Senate when summoned, ho may bo tried ana
eonvicted and dopobod from office in bia absence ;
that all powoi-d ni* impoaohment aro derived from
English law ; that, according to all law and pro
c?dent, tho President, if impeached, must he pre
Yontod from exorcising tho functions of bia office.
B?tleb enumerated the charges he had to malee
against the Presidont as unreachable offoncoa, viz ;
1st. Drunkonueaa in offico.
2d. Tbo making of indocont and inflammatory
8d. Tyrannically and unconstitutionally, whon
?xeoutive officer, UBurping the lawful rights and
powers of Congress in appointing Provisional Gov
emorn for the South, the reorganization of Htatx
covernmonte, and the assumption of power to die
tete who should vote in reconstructed State?,
iltb. Tlio corrupt uso of the appointing power.
Bth. Improperly nsing the constitutional powei
.f pardons for oftoitooa against the United States
15th. Appointing rebels to offico.
7th. Befusing to execute the constitutional lawc
.f Congress in insurrectionary States.
I 8th, Conspiring with John T. Munboe to proven!
and disperso a lawful oonventlon of loyal citizoni
In Mow Orleana, and inoiting Monbob and his as
.oeiatea to disperse said convention and kill th<
She addroBB was vory long and undiuturbod.
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Datier Saed for 8150,000.
XTew Your, November 25.-Snit ha? boon com
monood before tbo Suprome Court by John H.
Lebte- against Con. Botxeb, oharging him with
?falso imprisonment' damages laid at $100,000; and
With fraudulent conversion of property; damage
laid at 150,000. LE8TXB rooelved a free ptwa from
?oeretary ?Stanton, during the war, to bring hu
family North. Con. Buti.kii disregard?*! tho per
mit and imprisoned bim. Notices of the writs
wero sorvod yoatorday.
The Freafdcnt*- Menage.
"CTjuniiNOTON, Novombor 24.-Many of tho Wash
Ington corrospondonts aro speculating as to what
will be the contents of tho President's forthcom
ing Annual Moesago, and nomo of them broad!'
assert that ho will make terms with Congresa or
tho restoration policy, in view of the result of the
recent State olootions. This, too, ia mere specu
lation, and it wo.'o, therefore, bettor to wait, foi
positive information, for the moasage itself. It
will be romomberod that in the many speeche?
vhlah the Proaidont mado in his late trip, Nortl
and Weet, he said he had no new policy to an?
tKmnoa, and that bia futuro would bo beat ?ailicat
9fl fcy his past coan?.
The Al_.bf.__-? Cli-im*.
Washington, Novonnber 25.-Nothing; definite
lina yot boon roooiYod by tbo Oovernmont in rohv
tion to tho claims upon Groat Britain for damngos j
to oommorco, cauaod by tho Alabama or other
Gonfedorato privateers. Tho correspondonoo bo
tvreon tlio two Govoraraonta ia still in progrosa. It
is a foot, howovor, that tho present British Minis
try ia moro disposod than tho formor ono to givo
duo and fair oonaidoralion to tho ontiro Bubjoct.
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New Yoek, Novombor 25.-Colonel Kbu,-is now
in charge of Fonian aflnirs horo, Htkphkns evi
dently having loft for Ireland. Special mossongora
havo rocontly arrivod from Irolaud, who stato that
tho wholo island will soon bo in a stato of completo
insurrection. Largo quantities of Springflold, En
flold and Spence- riflos nro hourly arriving boro,
which aro hoing constantly shipped to Irolaud. AU
tho arms intondod for sor vico in Canada, bavo hoon
turiiod over to Stephens.
Mexican ?vevr?. *"-.'*-'
Washington, Novombor 25.- Official diapatohoa,
whicii hnvo reached Alini-tor lto._..uofrom Mexico,
state that Coionol Rafam Gaucha, has hoon ap
pointed Military Govoinor of Puebla, and baa es
tablished his Govornmont at Tncopoc-blo.ux, and
iaauod a proclamation to tho pooplo of tbo Stato,
calling on thom to tako up arms against tho in
vadora. Govomor Gaboia roports that theFronch
havo loat tho wholo of Puobln, hooping only tho
line of tho main road from Vera Cruz to tho City
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I_-_riii>rill nilly- Dopa-tare.
New Yon_, November 23.-Fiftcon sloamshipB
sailed from thiB port yesterday, inoluding bovou
for Europe, two for Now Orleans, ono for Savon
nai., two for Washington, ono for Charloaton, ono
for Richmond, and one for Portland. Tho freight
of theso fiftoon steamers ia valnod at over sevon
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Arrivai of Htcum.r?.
New Yobk, November 25_Arrived, etoamera
Hibernia, from Glasgow; IluntsoWe, from Now Or
leans; Herrmn Livingston, from Savannah, and
__OHcfea, from Charloaton.
New Yobk, Novombor 24.-Arrived tho __ferrtrn_c
from New Orlo&ns, and tho Grenada from Chnilos
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Til? I-u.tlU.t-li to bu Wolooi-cd -?tact.
W-bii-nc?ton, November 25.-A oonimitteo has
boen dispatched North, hy tho leading I-i-ioals
here, to collect mono/ to defray the oxpeiiBo. at
tending the formal eoromonios of wolcomlng back
the Radical membors of Cougios?, and giving
thom a banquet noxt Saturday.
Negro Troop j Hu-tered Oat.
Washington, November 23. - Another nogro
rogimont, tho 107th, from Kentucky, lately en
camped on tho Virginia nido of tho Potomao, has
hoon mustered out of eervico, and tbe nea are
about to leavo for Louisvillo, Ej.
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New Yobk, November 23.-A prit? ?fht waa
ycsU-id-y arranged betwoon John Mo_r___-i. -of
this oity, and Sau Coi.ieu, of B_\t_moro, for (1000
to $3000, to tako plaoo soon at somo point betwoon
Now York and Baltimore.
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New Yobk, Novombor 23_At a banqaei to Gen.
Ne-bon TaiXOB, ho stated in his spcooh that ho
ahould not contest tho seat of John Mobi____ in
FUo lu mobile.
Mobile, November 23.-A fir? thia morning
burned two squared botwoeu Lawronoo and War
ren streets, in St. Franoia street, cemprising from
thirty to forty buildings. Probabo Iobs $109,000.
Race? in Washington.
W___noton, Novemhor 2L-Tlo aixth rae. on
tho National Course took place today. Over 6000
spectators wore present, includ-QgOon.GBArrr and
Staff, Secretaries McCo__oon and B&owmjfO, Sir
Fbedebiob Bbdce, and many ofcier distingashed
geutlomon. The race waa for a piree of $2000, for
mile heats, boat throo out of five. Tho horses en
tered wero the famous "Doxtor," _e trotter "Gen.
Fawcett," and the pacor "Polly Am.'1 In all three
heats "Dexter" started behind, tat paesed his an
tagonists before tho quarter-pde was reaohed.
His timo on tho first boat, 2:2G?. On the
second heat his ownor pushed him as far as
ho could, and ho m ado the time in 2:21 j, boating
any time ho has over horetoforo mndo, exoept on
Colamazoo Course. On tha thir. heat ho mndo the
time 2:29.J, and was not pushed. On the first heat
"Polly Aim" carno in two longtha behind "Dexter,"
but on the other heats tho pan. r carno in last, and
"Fawcett'' carno in second.
"Dexter" runs in Richmond on Monday, when
the season will close.
Pardon of Gen. Btaar..
Washington, November 24_Gen. Gbobob H.
8-UAB-, lato Major General in tho Confodorate
service, wa? pardoned to-day by tho Praaidont,
upon the earnest rooommendalion of several dis
tingiiHliod officers of the regular amy, headed by
General G__-cr. The Attorney-General also coin
cided in the requoat,
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Change of Ueaciqaartena
Washington, Novombor 24.-The hoadquartora
of the Dopaitmont of Arkansas ai. tr_n_f?rrod
from Littlo Book to Fort Smith.
Sew York Money Market,
New Yobk, November 25.-Tho last salos of gold
yesterday were ti 138i, and the market is steady
at that figuro. Cash gold was loaned as high as
192 per cent, premium at one timo, but afterward
3<_). per cent, was paid to hare it carried. T h_
stock market Improved late in the day. The ship
ments of speoie for tho week amounted lo
$782,000, and the total imports of the wook wero
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Kew Tork Market.
New Yobk, November 24.-Cotton qulot. Sale.
1200 bales at 88_a35_. Flour opened lOal.o. better,
hut olo-od with the advance lost. Salea 4000 State
at _8.l0af-ll.7f>. Wheat dull. Corn irregular and
unsettled. Whiskey quiet. Pork closed firmer.
Lard Armor. Groceries dulL Naval Btoros firmer.
Petroleum easier. Ft iglit more ea/'v.
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Baltihobb, November 24.-Flour dull; lower
grades very heavy. Wheat very dolt Corn dull-,
Now Whit? O.?.., new Yellow -_<2$96. Oats leavy
at 55C?U-4). Provisions neglootea and nonintu.
Ooffoe quiet, Rio steady for gold, Whiskey dull at
%1 87@$238 in bond. Pennsylvania __@S0, boo.
Mo-n_, Novembo/ 24. -Cotton sala? to-day 1200
baloo. Middling 82? Markot steady.
OU?. FOItESION CORnJESPONDENCK.
l'A mu, Novombor 1, 18GC.
The Exposition Building is noarly flnishod, and
the work of laying out and ornamonting the
grounds around ia boing purHuod with groat vigor.
I cannot protond to givo your readors any idoa of
tho extent and magnificonce of the buildings, and
all the appointments appertaining to it. Of courao
the groatost preparations for this grand cosmopol
itan fete aro boing made in ovory part of tbo city
and among all claBscs of its inhabitants. Already
thousands of porsonB aro horo, from evory civi?zod
country in Europe,-somo commissioners of Gov
ornmonts, otho,? agonts of manufacturing compa
nies, and yet othore, and they axe iu tbo majority,
who have cumo hero in the hopo of "turning au
honest ponny" from this mammoth aggregation of
tho world'a inh'.bifcants. It grieves mo to bo
compelled to Hay that chevaliers dindustric of
both 80**0? and of ovory grade, form a largo co>
8 ti tuent of thoBO candidates for "turning an honest
Tho soctions in tbo Exhibition building allotted
to diflbront nations, aro filling up. Among tho
most curious of those comparlmcntB, I think, will
bo that Bot apart for the Emperor of Morocco's do
minions,-which, I loam, ia to givo a completo
viow of bfo in Barbary. Tho coatumoa of ovory
class of society aro to bo exhibited. Tho unifo-me
of army, navy and court officials. Moorish kitchens
will cook and dispenso food a la Morocco. Tho
Sultan's tout ia to dazzle us simplo occidentals,
with a viow of tho gorgeousnoss of oriental splen
dor. Fountains amid groves of palms aro to bo in
its onvirons, over which OBtrichoa will roam as on
thoir nativo Bands. Babnum will havo to hide bia
hoad aftor this; ho <*&unot compote with bia French
Majesty in tbo getting up of "big showa." Tbo pub
lishers of tbo Exhibition cataloguo will not a nico
littlo plum out of tbo Exposition. Notwithstand
ing their exorbitant rates of tbrco dollars for a
single line, advertisers aro koon to avail thoin
Bolvea of a medium, certain to bo noruaod by mil
lions of readors.
Ia liberty of tho press compatible with a atablo
government ? Political philosophers tell ua that it
ia. But I havo long since coaao.. to bolievo all
thoy say. I know it has proven a failuro in
Amorica. I am by no means suro that this was a
nocosaity ; but Mr. Sewabd so considered it, and I
doro aay ho did not stop to read Milton's Arco
pagitica boforo ho gavo tho ordor for tho suspen
sion of tho New York Baily News and othor non
conformint journalB during the late war. I know I
shall bo told that in England thore is a freo press.
Granted thora is at proBont; but wo have no
guarantee that thin Acadian institution will con
tinue even thoro for six months, in the ovont of
certain oontingenoies. Political journals of a cer
tain strips aro locked up in Ireland ovory flvo or
ton years ; why not in England ?
The liborty of the ProBs waa tried hore a few
yoars ago, but tbo powers that bo soon found that
thoy would not '.be** so very long, bo thoy went nnd
got a muzzlo, whiob is found to Bubsorvo an ad
mirable purjio.-in in procuring a unanimous Bonti
l-oni ?uno-g the proas and people. Tlicao m t?z
ales in Fronuh aro callod avertissements. The Min
ister of tho Intorior has charge of this pleasant
bu-inoBS. Le Soleil received a warning a few daya
ago, for indulging too frooly in speculations in
reference to thepohoy of tho government. L'Ev?n
ement ha-i boon suppressed bocaueo it sot out as a
puroly literary journal, and of late has boon very
onorgotio in ita attacks on the government.
Our journalistic frionda on tho othor sido of tbo
Rhino have lind a livoly timo this yoar in tr. ing to
tell the truth, and yet, at the mino timo eludo the
ooiisor. Not an oasy thing ; and many have failed
and i-udorod tbo coiiBoquont penalty. Somo of the
oldost pipors in Germany bave been muzzlod, tho
Ober-Foslamls-Zcitung of Frankfort, for instance
You know, of oourso, that books, dramas, and
even farces must undorgo this ordeal as woll as
nowapapera, and many aro the funny emond&tionB
mado by tbo consor, who, it should bo understood,
is not appointed becauao of any literary qualifica
tions. On the contrary, ho must bo a staunoh,
loyal and thoroughly reliablo mau, without any
noiihonso about him. You can readily imagine
what a curious piece of pat cb work not ?infrequently
oomoa forth from tho hands of theso illiterate lite
rary acoouclieurs. A Vienna consor, examining a
poem, found tho following passage : "Her voluptu
ous bosom was of a snowy white." Tho ouatodian
of publie morals (who had no nonsense about him)
at once passed his pen over thoBO dangerous words,
and substituted as follows : "In front abo was very
well built." A very b_Bino8S-liko way of drawing
tho fangs, this I
Wo were all vory mnoh surprisod tho other day
on hoaring of the death of the Emporor Napoleon
in the Now York papers. The credit of American
nowspapora baa boon considerably bolow p r for
some time, vory much bo during the war; but the
lnlluonco of tho Atlantic cabio acema to be more
peraiciouB still than avon the war. I suppose tho
high tariff of the Atlantic Telegraph Company ia
a great temptation to oortain enterprising New
York journalists to manufacture thoir own die
patcboB, just oa thoy have long been in the habit of
writing all thoir foreign correspondence in their
own offices; a fact woll known. Tho Emperor has no
intention of dying yet a while, that is if I may
judge from appearanoea. Cortainly be looks
older; the furrows in his face aro getting doepor.
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown,** is as
true in his oaso perhaps as in that of any great
sovereign. Yet, strange to say, he has had unin
terrupted poaoe in his dominions.
Knowing that the ladies form a fair proportion
r of your readers, I havo boon think ing that I ought
to post myself on the faHhiona, and communicate
tho latest intoUigonco from the Bhrine of the floklo
goddess; hat I find thin harder work than I anti
cipated. I foar I shall novor do for a man-milli
ncr. Tho whole language of tho Journal des
Mode? ia an unintelligiblo jargon; in fact, this was
tho caso oven in rogord to English fashion maga
-inea, and iu, of course, infinitely moro Greek to
me in Prenoh. I have, however, gathered from
conversations with my lady friends, that tho reign
of tho littlo bonnet is noarly ovor. Somo of tho
ladies of fa ni ?on (i. o., the principal millinery es
tablishments) have pronounced in favor of bonnet
more nearly akin in b?eo to theso worn a dosen
years ago; but theso will not appear before spring.
The *' j_amballon and *' Catalane" are Btill tho rage.
Soma woar them without strings, othors wear
them tied behind undor tho chignon (anglice,
waterfall). Somo havo a more piece of lace on tho
erown of their head, with strings on each side
and expect a polite world to consider this tho ana
logue of what was once a bonnet. Thoro la after
all, however, muoh xaoro independence exorolsod
by the ladies here, ia regard tofkshion, than ia the
ease at othor pointe at a diataaoo from here. Eera
you can wear what you Uko without exciting re
mark. At tho utmost, you may bo considorod
Bomo groat porsonago ongaged in setting tho mode.
Bit I must loavo thoso topios, which, after all,
aro boyond my kon, and proccod to mattors moro
important. Tho PruB.o-Russian quoation is upper
most just now in tho Holds of discussion. There
is no little alaim manifostod boro at tho proapocts
of an allianco botweon thceo two great poworB.
The Prsse, a fow daya Binco, lind an olaborato arti
olo, sotting forth tbo grounds ol' ita belief that thin
"lhaiico ia on tho point of boing porfcutod. Tho
lUBmcnibcimciit, if nob ontiro annihilation of both
Austria and Turkey in Europe, aro prodictod as
the ultimate results of such a combination. To
tflbcfc this object moro surely and spoodily, it is
thought that Italy will bo invited as a third part
ner to thiB grand now intornational firm. Punslav
:sm and Pangormanism will bo tho watchwords of
the noxt great etrugglo in tho East. Tho only sol -
vation possible for Austria lies in au alliance with
Franco. But I doubt wbothor tho prosont govern
ment would doom it prudent to form a liaison bo
fraught with troublo and with dangor.
A. ono of the signa, pointing in this name di
rection, we road, in tho Courrier de ta Moselle, that
tho soldiers of tho grand duohy of Baden, who
had boon promised aftor tho war that au arrange
ment would bo mado onabling tho grcnter number
of thom to go to tlioir homos, had boon aa
Bomblcd tit Kohl, opposite Strasburg. Tbo draf
had been mado, and tbo.e designated who woro to
bo discharged, when, at tbo Lost moment, an ordor
cam; countermanding this dismembormontof tho
army, and the troops aro now being drilled overy
day. This action on tbo part of tho grand ducal
government, unoxplaincd as it is, and unaccounta
ble, is viewed boro with coneidorablo BUBpicion.
Not that Franco fears au invasion by the grand
duko of Baden; but I presumo tho motivo powor of
this chango of policy is euspoctod to procood from
Berlin, which of coutbo puts a dificront faco on
In whatever diroctiou I may look, all ovor Eu
ropo, thoro is troublo oitber proBont or imminent.
No ono has tho slightest faith in tho stability of
tbo oxiating stato of things. The poaco of Nickola
burg, 1 fear, will proro to havo boon nothing mot o
than au armistice.
Tbo papers havo an intorrosting story about a
a Drosdon lawyor, named Mui.i.F.n, who was incon
solable at tbo loss of his young wife, who died in
Juno last, at tbo early ago of twenty-six. His
grief found vont in numorous o-logics, both in
prose and v rae, which ho published at the time
in tbo journal'! and magar.ines. Bub it appeared
that luckily ho had had her Ufo insu rod for $1-1,000,
young and in perfect ho-lth though sho was. The
directors of tho Iiiiura.i.o Company, althougu
very much touched by the dopth of the bereaved
husband's grief, insisted on the disintormont of
tho body and an autopsy. Tho ohemist who anal
yzed tho contents of tho atomaah dopoaod that ho
had detected tho presonco of a vogotablo poison.
M. Mni-i.iiB is under arroet.
On tbo -Int ine-, ut "DultoviUo," I>j til* nor. nic-i?.to
F. h mau, D.D., WJ_. II. JA1MI.-ON, of Uarnwcll, to Min.
LIZZIE C, aecond d-nr-btor or Uio lion. J. D. Wii-ok.
On tim 15th Novo bor, 18a?, at tlia ro-ldonc. of tho
br?tlo'- mother, Mrs. 8muh P. Wum, by tho 11.it. Jon?
M. TiHMoran, Mr. Til I.D. L. (JAK--it, lo -lias FLOUA J.
LEACH, both of Darlington District, t?o. Cn.
OTj-TIic Relatives, Friends and A? t_aa li?(
an-os of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. To___.t, aro rospect
lUily invited to attend tia Fnnorai Horvlcoa of thotr
Daughter, EMMA HAKIET, at St. John'. Chapel, nt Four
o'clock TUis Afternoon, without further Invitation.
November 2G *
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BHIF E. B. ?OuniiK aro hareby not-Had that abo la This
.Doy discharging cargo at North AUanuo Wlia__, AllOood.
romalnlng on tho wh.irf _t Gunsot will b_ atore- at ex
penso and rlalc of o" ____. A. GETTY k CO.,
All Freight amounting to fiftooa (Is) dollars, or loas,
m mt bo paid on the wharf b-foro deliTory of Gooda.
Novombor 25_ .
M3- NO TICE.-CONSIGNEES PER BCttlt.
.?il-iiY MAU KIN," from Bo ton, ara hereby noti?cd
that she la This Day dlsabarging cargo at 0_nt__l Wharf,
AU (ooda romaining on the wharf at unmet will bo atored
at ttoh-expense and r___ II. F. DAKKU _ CO.,
Navombor 28 1 Agents.
HerNOTICE.-CONSIGN-?-S PER LINE BRIO
"JO_IE K. D_V_llKAU_," from New York, aro hareby
xo-fiod that aha ia This Day dlsoharging cargo at
lirown'a Wharf. AU ?oods rumaixdng on the wharf at
min-jt will be atorad at tbolr expenae and risk.
H. F. B___I_B _ CO., Agcnti.
Novomber M _1
^??-NOTICE.-ALL PERS0N8 HAVING LEGA?,)
clainiB agaln-t tba XaUto of JOHN KIKKPATRIOK, do.
ce-Md. ?-Ill preaunt them, properly attest/ad, and all in
do-ted to tho Bald E-tato will m__o payment to
JAS. D. XIBKFATBICK,
Novombor 26 ml No. 0 Accommodation Wharf.
~8_r ESTATE NO TIC E.-ALL PERSONS
baring claim- ag_U_rt the l_at__o of the late JOSEPH L
HOWARD will proaent thera, daly atteaiod, and all per*
-onaindebted thereto will make payment to
a Ia. HOWARD,
Ncvcmbcr 2B QuallOotl Exooutor.
JWMESSRS. EDITORS : PLEASE ANNOUNCE
Mil B. HOD DIN a OandldaU for Aid annan of Ward Ne.
-, b3 plaoe of William I_ Tnrumo-_, and obligo
MAN _ MEO-L-HIOa AND WORKING U-DT.
or MESSRS. EDITORS i-YOU WILL PI__A__
anjoanco Gen. A. M. liANIGAULT at a Candidato far
Bli(rii- at tho ouaulng aleo-ton. A _T___1_N.
?OTcmb-r 8 _t_
ps- MESSRS. EDITORS .-PLEAS-. AN
NOWNOE JOHN T. -ULUOAN as a Candldata for Sheiif
of Charlo?ton Di-triot, at the olactlon In July uoxt,
THE UECHANI08 AND WOB-UNOaDIM.
laptomber 2*5_ I
JO-MESSRS. EDITORS:-PLEASE AN
NOUNCE that I havo withdrawn from tho "-aavass** for
0_ue of Sheriff, and obliga.
UiTombor -I 4 JOHN I/. NOW-XI
HW WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
W11 BL?M DI??LE as a Candidate for tho Shariff-lty
at tho on. uiug doe lion.
?ptember li_ _ m
jppWE ARE AUTHOBIZHD TO AHNOUNCB
K. UL WHITING, B-q., m a ____M__| io. etxotiS st
Ohtr loo ton ( J_dJ ela!) Di. trio?, at tba na?t a_ao_a_.
NOTIC E.-APPLIOATIOIf WILL BE
mal o at the next regalar -c__on o? the Legtalat _xe for a
gnat for a SOUTH flABfl-JMi 30U.TB LOTT-CBT, for
tbobenefl t ?ti tha Stat?, n, r. PBTKBa
_-. Tambar IV
ESTABLISHED IN 1830,
AT COMER OF EAST BAY ASD QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW BE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MABKET
8TBEET, UNDER THE CARE OF
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HAVE RECEIVED DURING THE
past weok a lar to iu voice of
to lill up their Stock, and can now
offer to purchasers choice and at
tractiro styles of GARMENTS of all
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
THE BEST SUPPLY IN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBS
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
well supplied with a variety of
which cam he made up under the su
pervision of a first-class FRENCH
CUTTER, who is calculated to please
every one that will favor us with
B. W. McTCRBOCS, Superintendent.
Au Autumn Suggestion.
Mow, aa boat j fogs ansa and soarching winda com
manoa to blow; noir as the h inn ?mi body, exhausted llko
liianlmatu aatare by tho bootu of ?um in or, boglns to wilt
and droop; now, ?ira tho lndemont winter makes Its try
ing onsat; XO\l la tua iii?i toe a preparatory courae of
the beat acclimating medloino In existonoe,
HOSTErTEB'B STOMACH BnTEBS.
Fn var -rid Agu?) is rampant in all parta of tlio oountry.
Quinint?, Ula physicians admit, will not q ti o 11 the phoso
of tho disoOBS which at pro-?_it parvadas tbo eutlre Wurt.
It I* woll that It ia to, for the romody (eo-t-Uod) iadead
lior than tho malady. Bat if qulntno is inuilieloat in in
' tormitlunt favors,
la irreulatibie. It would be tufo to moko a contract, ?an
der hoary penaltios, that auy given "Fovor-asi-Ag-ao Dis
trict" should be exempted fi-oin the dlaor-or for any par
ticular time, provided ovory inhabitant would take tho
BITTER!j aooordlng to dlrootlous, during tho tormof tho
contract Thara haa novor been an Inwtanco In which
thia starling luvlgorant and antl-fobrlle medicine baa
tailod to ward off tho complaint, when takcnduly tua. pro
tection ?gain?t malaria. Huudrnds of pUyftlclaus have
abandonod all tho oiflclnal epeolflca and now prescribe
thia harmloaa vogot-blo tonic, and nothing else, as a pre
ventiva and oura for all tho forms of chilla and fovera.
Vigor la the thing moat nocd?il in theso eaaea aa wall m
hi dyspepsia and norvou? aflViatlonn, and
aro the eafost, eurcat, and moat wholesome atre_gt_e_
Ing prop?!-tinathat human ?kill a** yet concocted.
November 20 S
TO WKOIaBSATaB OBOOEIia, LIQUOR DHALUm*, KfS
TILLKUS, DHUaOLSTS, CHAHS AND
SOAP U AN ?JFAOTUUEI-i.
1__B1RTI-I. OIM, BXTBACTS AND H38T?*N?3ES FOB
flavoring and Improving -nunile?, Whiakeya? Bama,
Wines, Oidor, ka., ko. Age and Body Prepara-ana for
Neutralising aad Mollifying Whiakoya and Spirits. Ex
traota of Holland and London Gins, Colorings, (Ium and
Bagar Syrups, and Fruit Juloos. Dr. Feuohttoanger'*
Frtaiit* on Ftrminled Liquort, ?#_A 10W Receipts and
trouas, tx-E-noA-a, oxides, obis, tu.
To? Boat Mjurur-aru-BBS.--Uloato of Soda, Sotabla
Olaaa or Liquid Quart?, in Dry Orystal, Liquid or ?Tolly
Form; GeturUo Bods, Soda Ash. Paisa and Coooaaat Olia,
Boepetone and China Clay.
All oi-it- aunt U> ma win havo prompt attontUu, a_4
?rnurr hifijrn-UUio r<vralxt>_ wlU bo ctuasrfally glvon by
JOS. W. FBDOUTWAN-BB,
Va M Ot-Ur-atroet, New Titi-.
Ootober It w__B_ios
tar NOTICE.-PUB8UANT TO THE PRO
YlalONS of the Act of Anvimbly Inoorporatln;* the
P'-iVNTEBS* AND FABMEBS* BELIEF ABSOOIATION,
tho booka of ?ubwrip?on will bo oponed by the under?
algnod, at the Stor.i of It W. O ALB k CO., No. ??8 Went
worth atroot, To-Mirrem, 19th of Novombor, and will re
main epon until further notion.
The aharca ara Aro huiidrod in number, and 1800 each.
An toartalnvuit of five dollara par aharo will bo required
upon nuk-ag subsoripuoa. B. W. OALE.
QBO. a 11011IN80N.
HarembtrU nlaaat WM, H. be_i_uit,
tro-ELECTION OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUB
LIO IN8TITUTI0NH.-OFFICE CLEBK OF COUNC-U
November 2.1. 18C..-City Council will procood, at its
noxt Ro;,_iar Mooting, to an oloction of Commi-jdanor.
Of Publio IllBtitUtiOIlH.
By order: W. H. SMITH.
Novombor 26 Clerk of Counc-L
jrrir STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-COLLETON DIBDRIGT-By H. ALLAN WILLIB,
Esq., Ordinary.-Whereas, BENJAMIN STOKES. Oorn
niiHHiumirin Equity, modo suit tomo to grant bim Lettora
Ol' Administration or llio Er?utonnil l_Ti?ct- ot GEORGE H.
M?CKENFD88. Thcso uro tbon-forn to filo and ad
liuiuiiih oil and ningular tho kindred unil crcditorti of "ala
Geouok H. Muci;i:nf.P!1, lit- ol' Colinton District, de
ceased, that tboy b.? and appear boioro mu, in tho Coart
of Ordinary, lo bo held at Waltorboro' on tim 1 ith Di?com
ber noxt aftor publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in lh?
forenoon, to show cause, if any tboy li.ivo, why the b_?_
AdmlniBtration should not bo granted.
Given undor my band this fifth day of November, Ann?
Domini I8C6. R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. C. D.
November 12 mS
jKTSTATE OF SOUTn CAROLINA.-COLLfit
TON DI8XRI0T.-By R ALLAN WILLIfl, Esq., Or____
ry.- Wliereaa BENJAMIN STOKES, ComniisHionor im
Equity, has mado suit to mo to ii mut him Letters of Ad
ministration of tho Dcrolict Esta to and ElTcctH of ALEX
ANDER EASTEULING: These aro, tborcforo, to cito and
admonish all and singular tho kindred and creditors of
tho Bald AL"x_KD-n K-H--UI.L-0, luto of Colleton Dis
trict, tlccc-sod, that thoy bo nud appear before mo, in th_
Court of Ordinary, to bo hold at Waltorboro'. on tho 27th
duy of November next, after publication hereof, at li
o'clock in tlio foronoou, to show cause, if any thoy have,
why tlio said Administration should not be granted.
Glvon undor my hand thin ICth day of Octobor, Ann?
Domini, l8... R. ALLAN WILLIS, O. 0. D.
Octobor __ mC
~~JSSr STATE OF SOUTH GASOLINA, COLL
TON DISTRICT.-By B. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq., Ordi
nary.- WborcaB BENJAMIN STOKES, Commii-lonor 1?
Equity, has made suit to mc to grant bim Lottera of Ad
ministration of tlio Dorclict Estate and Effects of WIL
LIAM WALKER: Theso aro, therefore, to cito and ad
monl.ih nil and singular tho kindrod and creditors of
tlio said William Walkeh, lato of Colleton District, de
ceased, that thoy bo and appear beforo mo, in tho Court
of Ordinary to bo hold at Waltorboro' on 2-liA day of No
vember noxt, aftor publication hereof, at 11 o'clock In th.
forenoon, to show causo, if any thoy liavo, why tho b_1_
Administration should not bo granted.
Gi von nu dor my bond this 12th day of Octobor, Ann?
Domini, 180.. B. ALLAN WILLIS, O. O. D.
Octobor 22 mfl
J93-8TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLLETON DISTRICT.-By R. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq..
Ordinary.-Wh_re_8, BENJAMIN STOKES, Commission
or in Equity, made salt to me to grant him Lettora of
Administration of tho Derelict Estato and Efforts of AN
DREW CANE: Those are, therefore, to cito and admon
ish all and aingnbr tho kindred and crediton! of the Bold
Andbkw C_n_, lato of Collo.on District, doooascd, that
thoy bo and appear before mc, in the Court of Ordinary,
to bo hold at W-ltor-oro', on '--Uh day ot Novombor next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon,
to show canso, if any thoy have, why Um tuid Ad_-___
txation should not bo gran tod.
Glvon undor my hand, thin 12th day of Octobor, Anno
Domini, 18C?. R. ALLAN WILLUS, O. O. D.
October -J mo
HAVING ALMOST ENTIRELY 8UPER-EDED ALL
OTHER METHODS for tho insorUon of ARTIFIOIAX,
TEETH, I am prepare- to do work for tho publio by this
process, as well oa by any other method known to the
To thoBO requiring ArtiOcial Tcoth, the Vt_T-3A_nTE
BASE oQ'oni the following great recommendations, vis:
Tho timidity for tho extraction of auch tooth, or roots of
testli, as are still retained prior to tho insertion of Arti
ficial Teeth, dotorring as it docs bo many, I would hore
atato that I will extract ali such tcoth fukk or coe. ?Ad
f___b or pair by the Narcotic Spray process, the efficacf
of which I liuvo the assertion of any number of patients
for whom I havo operated with it; besides inserting now
nats of Arti ileJal Teeth at os moderato rates as they c*_
be hud of any operator In tbo city.
THEODORE F. CHDPEIN. Dentist,
Offloo No. 276 King-street, opposite HasoL
Novembor D _ _mtblnio
IiE A & PERRIN?V
PltO.VODi-CKD _-- EXTRACT
BY ?ft;/ of a lottor from a
OOHNOISSE-- ii .^;,_C__r
to BB Tax.oitLT ________ Brother at
"Tell LEA It PKS
R1N8 that thotr BADCS
1b highly esteemed In In
dia, and is, in my opinion,
the most palattblo, a_
well as tho most whole
some SAUCE that ta
Tho-access of this ?oet delicious and _n_iv_Hod con
diment having eaoscd many unprincipled dealara km
apply the nama t? Spuriout Compound?, the Po_i_rj to
respectfully and earnestly roqacatod to see that tho ___?_?
of LEA k I-murna aro upon the WRAPPER, -__linrfj
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA a_ PKKRIH8, Wor.tittr,
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YOBK. A.C3rlV7ST'C&.
Qotober 10 _ _fmwlyr
Owio! Crrr Tmu-tm&B, November 17,ISfl.
rTTHE AITENTIONOF OWNERS OF REAL E8TATR
I in tho city Is .ailed to the following Ro-olntlon and
Soo ti o n of an Ora t in? u co rospeoUng City Taxes :
"Resolved. That the timo for the payment of tho Tax
un Real i:-iUto Is hernby o -tended to the first day of D*
-ember, lfiCO, inulaslra; Provided, thnt interest Is paid
from tho 30th September to tho day of payment of -alf
-xx, at tlio rato of savon par coat, per annum."
"-_.rrno?f .. Any parson or persons, or oorpor?tlc__L
tailing to p_y the taxas in the manner and at tho ti ino.
hernluaftor pre-crlb-d, ?hall bo doubly laxe.. And it
shall bo the duty of tho City Tro-surer to forthwith i-ras
sxocu tiona against tho gooda, chattels ami other property
of said persons or corporal, -is, and lodgo tlia said oxoc_
tions with the City BhoriS, who ahull lmmodiateiy pr*
3oe_ for the collection of the Raino, In tho manner pr_
rided by OrdLnanco for tha onforceiiiontof the ?xe.uUom '.*
& THOMAS, City Tr_a__w.
Novombcr _9_ o
A X-i-M?B WBEKLY, IB ISflBED VntRT T_ro__
/_ DAY, al S3 a ysar, in adv_no_ AdTe-U__n____i
Fii-ttiil at -anal s_t__,
0. K. HJO-D,!._
stmsmbns tt ?. ?. TOW_r__), J ?"??*.