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VOLUME rv.
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
VOLUME TV.NO. 513
TELEGRAPHIC.
Oar Cable Dispatches.
SOUTHAMPTON, April 6.-The Hammonia touched
hero. -
DUBLIN, April 10.-Tho trial of the Fenians has |
commenced. MABSEV turned Queen's, evidence. .
" IX>ND?N, April 10.-Tho war panic artecc Ti om j
the bad faith of tho King of Holland regarding tho J
cession of Luxemberg to France.
A wild anti-Prussian feeling has seized upon the ?
French people.
QUEENSTOWN, April 10.-The City of Washing
Ion touched here, and the ^Moravian at London?
derry.
LONDON, April 10-Noon_Consols 904. Bonds
73$.
LONDON, April 10-^2 P. M.-Consols 90*.
LoNix?N,Aprti 10-Evening.-Consols 904.' Bonds ?
784
LTTEEPOOL, April 10-Noon. - Cotton opens
quiet. Tho probable sales 8060-Waddling Up?
lands 12Jd; Orleans 12?d. Bruadstufis still box?
ant, and active. Corn advanced 42s. 9<La-13s.
Common Rosin 8s. 6d; Fino Vii.' Turpentine 37s.
LIVERPOOL, April 10-2 P. M.-Cotton continues j
heavy, and som? failures in trade are reported.
LIVERPOOL, April 10-Evening.'-Cotton closed :
heavy and declined Jd on Middling Uplands. Sales
10,000 bales Middling Uplands L2d ; Orleans 12j.
Provisions dull. . BreadstuSs continue firmer.
Roam declined 3d. ?'. '. . ' ' '."?'..'
'".?',' Washington News.
WASHINGTON, April 10.-In the Senate the Presi?
dent was called upon for the correspondence rela?
tive to the prisoners, taken, by the bcKgerenta in
Mexico. '.' .-' ? :;""-' -
The credentials bf Mr. MANLY, Senator, from
North Carolina,_werejDrasanta?*as-,w,ef? the only
oermcors ivho voted against the. ratification of the
Russian Treaty.1 * " ??'='.-???
The President Js ' severely but not dangerously
Siclr--. ". .. -.^ :--;;V r'i - .- . . '
{. Considerable effort*, aro being made in reference
to voters in tho 4th Ward. The result so far is 538
?white and 659 colored that have been registered.
The Senate rejected ex-Senator STOCKTON as
Minister to Austria.
Gov. MOUTON, Senator from Indiana, delivers an
address to; tho negro celebration on-. ??4 IGtlv.inst.
The Senate had the case of General ROSSEAU up
again under ayote t?;reconsider hie cemfirmation,
but did riot vote.
Tlae Russian Treaty.
WASHINGTON, April 10_The Russian Treaty
makes concession and right of .possession complete
and absolute on exchange'of ratifications, without
awaiting for formal delivery. Fortifications and
military posts are tobe immediately delivered up
to the United States, arid tho Russian troops are
to be withdrawn as soon as possible.
Tho United -States to pay $10,300,000 in gold ai
the Treasury in Washington within ton months
after the exchange of ratifications. - The accession
is free and unencumbered by any reservations of
privileges, franchises, grants, or possessions by
any companies of Russian or other nationalities,
corporate or incorporate, except merely private in?
dividual property holders. AH rights of dominion
pass to the United States.- . The ratification is to
be exchanged at Washington before the 30th of
Juno, or the treaty fails.
The Ckmtincntal domain acquired is about 389,000 \
square miles. .Theislands increase the domain to'
450,000. Tho private individual, properly of civil?
ized inhabitants, .is ta be .respected. Churches
built bytho Russian Government axe to rernain 'the
property of- the resident members of the .Greek
Oriental Church. The civilized inhabitants may
remain throe years jn the Torxitory without for-'
felting their allegiance .'to' Russ.a. ., Those chosing.
nermanenliy to romain may become'American citi-1
^ens, and are . to be protected in fife, ini liberty,!
andm property. The uncivilized tribes aro pitt on;
the same footing aa the arxirigixiea of trna country.
Notrtnem Elections. j
WASHINGTON, April io..--Th?'"Democrats have,
carried Albany by 1700 majority," and Lockport:
by 270. ;
In i New York, Trenton. -New Bruns wick, Hobo
kan, had Hudson City, HARBISON was elected, ?nd
KEARNEY in New Jersey." v . .
The Republicans carried Jersey City, PATTERSON
and BATONS being elected in New Jersey.,,
;..Tne iRepuMicans gamed i .GOO in Jersey; City,
where the issue'1 was 'made "on the horror -ques?
tion-that is, whether New York should ..empty:
itself into Jersey' -City on Sundays to obtain
liquor....- . .. v
New Orleans i> ewe.
NEW OELEAN?, April, IO.-Special orders No. 7;
have referenco to the election " of public officers, ;
the State of 1 oniaiananot yet having been receiv?
ed into the Union. . .: ( - s. .. . , "
An elsdon previously held ai Livingston Par?
ish contrary tb the direction contained - in the
order,- is declared null and void. :? w:.. -..
Anbtibier ?rera'ssa in Uh? pariah wept'; of Baton
lWu'ge'occTir??a yesterday^' .> - ~?.*?. <?
The Republican' Radicals organized to-day, and
the orders 'for registration were issued'to-day.
" From Mobile,.... j
MOBILE, April 10.--The firemen's annual parade1
took place to-day. The procession was over a mile
"long, and the engines -being most tastefully deco?
rated, presented a magnificent appearance.!;Tho
streets were thronged, and fatter the parado the,
firemen were addressed in the . theatre by several
speakers and then dismissed. ..: !.:->':',.' l
The Lone Star Base Bal) ; Clnb. from New Or-'
leans, and the Dramatic, from 'Mobile, played a;
match game to-dav, tho- Lorie- Star winning by a
score;of .92. to 7. " ??? . > '
Sales of Cotton for the" day 350 bales. Market
dull. Middlings 25J. Receipts 62. .
fenian Movements..
BUFFALO, April 10.-The Commandant at Fort
Erie'reports a' prominent Fenian Engineer taking
plans of the frontier below the Suspension Bridge,
and he asks for reinforcements.
Aid for Ute South.
" '"NEW YOEE, April 10.-Among the. liberal dona?
tions to the Ladies' Relief Association is the sum
of $1000 from the Great American Tea Company ;
the total receipts, $50,000.- J
Marine Hewe.
PHILADELPHIA, April 10.-?nived, the schooners.
Richard Patterson, John Shay and Lucy' OrcuU,\
from Charleston. ?
NEW .YORK, April 10.-Arrived, the Chicago, LHib
and the Manhat
.-'.TctontnraiW?WaC-'-ir^55F<
COLTTMBUB, OHIO, April 10.-Mrs. MABT GESEKE,!
residing somewhere fi the -South, was killed' to?
day in attempting to get on the train when it was
about starting.. ... -;...'-.": ', ".' :.,".' . i
'. RICHMOND, April 10.-J. BTKTNBECK &, 'Co., ' tko
largest'dry goods house in the city, was seized to?
day on an attachment served out by G&aMxa? a
Co. for $48,000.
No quorum in the Legislature to-day.
New York Market.
NOON DISPATCH.
NEW YORK, April 10.-Flour 5al0c. better. Wheat
firmer and quiet. Com 3c. better. Bye la2c. bet?
ter. Oats 2a8c. better. Pork firmer, new Mess
$22 75a$2S. Lard quiet at 12al&4 c. Whiskey quiet.
Cotton quiet at 274a28c. for Middling Uplands.
Freights dull. . . .- .
Stocks excited; '62 Coupons 109; 10-40's Cou?
pons 97ia98; 7-S0's first series. 106 ; others 105|a
105?; Vn-ginia e's 62; Money 7; Exchange of 60
diys 91 ; Bight 10J ; Gold 36?
EVENING DISPATCH.
Stock steady. !62 Coupons 10W. '54 Coupons
107JJ. '65 Coupons 107|. Gold 87*.
Cotton easier, sales 1000 bales at 27Ja28. . Flour
active and advanced 5alOo, the lower grades im?
proved most, State 10 25al8 40. Wheat firmer and
quiet. Corn bouyant and excited, advanced 2a8c,
Mvxod Western 1 Sljal 32. Mess Pork 23. Naval
Stores firm. Wool quiet, Texas 25a52. .Freights
Baltimore Market.
BALTTMOBE, April 30-Rio Oonoo firm.- Stock
light. Sugar quiet. Flour firmer, at $13 75al5 00.
Wheat scarce. Corn advancing; all grades 2a3c.
^higher. Bulk Meats nom?ial. Whiskey duU.
.Sayannan'Mairlcet. ' '
SAVANNAH, April 10-Cotton firmer; sales to-dav
130 bales. Middlings 26a2L*, with a good inquiry
Receipts 450 bales. ?
. Augusta ilarltet,
- AmusTA, April 10.-Cotton more active and finn?
er; sales 170 Dales. Middlings 25a25?. Receipts
90 bales. '-' '. - * ." ' ' ' ' ''.'-'.'."'
SewOrlcanj Merket.
NEW ORLEANS, April 0. -Cotton sales 3800 bales ,
market unsettled ; Low" Middlings 27a27L Re?
ceipts, for. taroo dayb, 6449, rgainst 6050 for
the same time last we?k. Er.ports for the samo
-^^2S2SS**ise, SUt; forcigi-. 12,523. Gold 36.
Sterling at^l?gu? 49j ; TorTt ?ght f premium;
Sngar^aT^ iro^iji,^^ i2|Ffo? Fair, and 13|
for Prime to "Choice. adlassea'"nOmiuaL Flour
firm and advanced; Superfine, $13al350. Corn
?.ISO; White $180al85?,?2SBc?r^
deroand-at 85a87. Pork' duU and drooping ; no
sales. Lard firm, .at 18?al4. ?> 7 1
APRIL .f0.-Salsa GMO bales- prices unchanged.
fetx^^Vi^ ^Siiftti! and Mblaeaes tHero
JO nothteg domg. Flour active, at $13alSJ. Fork
dall; Mess $24. ' Bacon dull ; Clear ISalSi. . Gold
?sWj^i??tediug ??74?6Pi;.xbut .very; unacttlod.
York sight f premium, i
Our New York Letter.
[FEOM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.]
NEW YOEE, April 8, 1867_I have had occasion
in former letters to announce the fact that new
theatres are springing up in every direction, that
HACKETT, the great Falstaff, and BOOTH, tho unri?
valed Hamlet, are about to begin anow the work of
reconstructing the drama by erecting suitable tem?
ples for the comic and tragic muses ; besides this
PIKE'S new opera house up town will soon be fin?
ished, as also the American Museum, intended to.
eclipse tho glory of the groat mermaid showman
and unsuccessful aspirant for Congressional
honors.
In this letter I have to proclaim the reconstruc?
tion of the church, the rise of a new star in tho
ecclesiastical horizon, the birth of a new sect, tho
rise of a new church known as the liberal Christian
Union. According to the tenets of the new sect, it
is not deemed essential to piety and true religion
that one shall ever wear a face as long os the At?
lantic cable, that we shall. afflict our souls and
bodies, that we shall proclaim ourselves sinners,
that we shall confess that wo have been guilty of
every offence in the catalogue.of sin, and yet mod?
estly claim, to bc forgiven ?and admitted to grace ;
furtnermor?;4he now-ohuroh not only allows ns to
laugband be merry, and to indulge, in proper
amusements and recreations, but enjoins said in?
dulgence upon us as a duty, on the principle laid
down by Mr. Sleary in Dickon's Hard Times that
"people mutht be "amu-thed." The Rev. Henry
Blanchard delivered an eloquent discourse yester?
day, in Brooklyn, in -favor of the new church and
its doctrines, and contended that there ?B nothing
immoral in dancing, that it is; less harm to take
part in private theatricals than to attend
operas, such as Don Giovanni or specta?
cular pieces of the Black Crook order,
and concluded the discourse by announcing |
that a'subscription is to beToised for the purpose
of erecting abuikkng wherein the members of tho
new church can indulge in innocent games of chess
and bilbards,and the equally innocent (butmsinid'i
gamo of domin?os.. . .'ff.r-?~ t-iaia ten thousand
3 im-, *t -muon ninety-six thousand have already
been distribute.1; the remaining fourteen thousand
will be sont South next week, together with, seve?
ral thousand bushels of corn. Besides this, the
Commission has received a letter from the Agri?
cultural Department at Washington, wherein i tr is
stated that fifty. thousand dollars worth of seods
will soon be distributed through the South. - This
will have the effect of-makins; the Southern people
seo-seed again; but it will bo sowing the seed of |
gratitude and good feeling that will grow into
goodly fruit of friendship and union.
An English physician named Dr. Del amare, who
resld?srbver in Brooklyn, who is perfectly; sane at
times,'"'But" who grows as mad as a March
hare' when the wind is South-Southwest, and then
does not know & hawk from a saw (Hamlet
did NOT mean band-saw,) has been cutting np
such fantastic .tricks o? -lato that I-think it may
amuse- your readers to rion over an account of hie
most curiouB feats of eccentricity. Having kieta
larg?:'amount. of money in mining speculations,
and having next lost' bis mind as he speculated on j
the ruin that stared him in the face, he conceived -
the curious ? idea' that if be did not1 walk fourteen '
m?ee per day, he would be a corpse ia.less than a \
week-wherefore he started on his! tour; ? but
stopping at' a bar-room to take a drink, .-he/met a,
party of working men there, with whose society he :
was sb -much : pleased^thatjfcie abandoned the j
promeBade-idea', and'pro'pbsea^ '?
with th? stoutest : of his newly-found friends for '?
drinks'al] round. The match carno off immediately,
andi the madman won with ease. .Having over?
come the stoutest man, he proposed to handle1
the-'balance of the party, one by ono, which
Lhey.-C accepting, he, ? to their unfeigned .'sur-;
trise "pm, them all hon du' combat with theil
greatest ease, laughing, so heartily meanwhile, and 'j
giving-such evidence of being highly'pleased that
of course none'-of them suspected, that'he was !
mad. One of tho jolly workmen next proposed to !
the merry madman- a; sociable game or two of
euchre also for drinks, which he accepted, playing '<
instead of a game or two, a number of gaines, and
astonish in g -and; delighting the - porty by ordering
champagne in'; abundance. Of course the .entire i
party soon grew hilarious, wherefore when the;
madman proposed that the loser of the next game i
should be -tossed in ? blanket, all hands agreed. -
The doctor. lost, and insisted that be should bo j
tossed mtheblanket as per agreement, and sowas
taken out and shot np in the air a half dozen!
times, when one of the drunken blanket-holders, I
whose hokrwafi not tight because he himself was
tight, grew convulsed with laughter and let go bis
und, - which came near making an end of the doc- '
tor, who fell upon the hard ground, instead of th a
soft biarjJot,<;?nd:!waa badlyinj ur eoV "Physicians
of the!first eminence have t>een called in, Jand they
atat-e-tbat the: novel method of ministering to a
mind diseased promises to recuit in effecting a .
cure, aa the man .who .vas thrown- into the air was.
also thrown into a burning "fever, whiah, when it
abates, may leave bim entirely .freed ol bis malady.
G. L. .Fox, tho funny man of the old Bowery,
has begun a bb el suit against Frank Queen, of tile i
Clipper, who had written Fox up, or frankly speak?
ing, had written him down. Although there is.no
name mentioned in the objectionable article', the '
cunning Foz has found ou tmeans whereby be can
pr?v?f that! he ia : the gentleman referred to;. An !
officer named liing arrested Queen in Philadelphia,
and be. will be compelled to . give bau. Queen nod :
insinuated, in the article alluded to, that there is'a;
lady whom Fox loves better, than he does bis law-;
fal wife. . ,
. The latest swindling dodge out is the decoy ser-'?
vant game in .the intelligence office. A lady op-;
plies at the intelligence office for a servant who
can do so and so, or sow and sew, and so forth,
and a very nico, tidy, and neat looking girl is!
shown her, whom, after chatechising and receiving
favorable replies to,all questions asked, she con-:
eludes to take, whereupon she hands over two dol-1
lars to the intelligence office man, and leaves the!
office, expecting the girl to call next day.- ' The;
girl does not call next day. The girl never!
calls.- : The 'lady goes : back to the office and
learns that the girl has received a letter from,
a cousin in the country, who, has been .suddenly;
taken sick, &c, and must go, but that-there is ;
another girl in the office .who might suit-nothing
is.said .about; j refunding the two. dollars, and the'
lady .as' sha is out of pocket that amount, in-nirie'
cases ont of ten, will take, on trial a girl wbo has
thus been forced upon her like a magic card in the!
conjuror's trick- r- .. -.
Who says thai) money can" not bo picked up in
the streets in New York '? . Moultrie, contends that
it can, for on last Friday, as your correspondent'
was walking down William street, near: Maiden
Lane, bis foot kicked against a pile of greenbacks,
which his hand picked up. How'mu'en-^se ventry
two dollars-honor is the' subject of my story-4
away to -the Herald office-advertisement written
-- "found.'a-sum of money,",; a^iwiui tho owner
came ? :0h,yes, the next clay ;! comes, and so' does;
tbs. dwner?orthe'?seviehty-two' dollar .pfie'--money
giv'eh'up^numvBrygra fMoultrie thinks ):
very lucky.. A number of men .also applied who' '
had lost other amounts,' OT, ' perhaps, no amounts
at all, and Moultrie had a most delightful rime.
So much for being backy. MOULTRIE.
'.BIG MEETIS?'" IS PETERSBURG.
On Monday evening last there was a'greatgath
?ring of freedmen at Poplar Lawn, Petersburg,'
Va. There were very few whites present, except
the "police and the press." ? After singing, prayer,
md national air by the band, sayB the reporter of
smnonrfr-^AmE^-il^^ waa present, it was
stating bis reasons for non-?tt?hda?^7wouTa<Tbet'3
?wi?'-Li-?!-;k ir. ?,wz u , vji-x'- i
The important communication was blundered
through by Mr. BATES, a white teacher in one . cf
the colored schools, behind whom stood a bright
colored man to correct his errors m reading, deci?
pher bard words, and show him bow to-do the
thing properly. He made a very poor "read" of
it even when thus assisted.
It waa painfully evident that the schoolmaster,
however much he might be et home among his1'
associates, was abroad in his reading of BOTTS'
chirography.
Mr.-BOTTS inflicted a tremendous long letter on
hie colored friends. The substance of.' it is a'
warning not to vote with the Democrats and late
Bebels, but with the great National Republican
party, of course the greater part of the letter is
autobiographical, egotism being JOHN MOTOR'S
special weakness.
The Rev. HUNNICTJTT made the first speech,
quite a long one,-the veriest twaddle that can be
conceived. Why the Examiner should have print-!
edit, paying 60 cents per 1000 ems, we cannot see,1
unless it be that they thought the printing of the
Bet?r?nd'e speech- was the best antidote that
could be administered to any possible poison it
may contain.
George W. Fay em ian, a colored man, made the
next speech, quite radical and bitter. He was fol?
lowed by Captain J. H. PLATT, late U. 8. A. He
explained to the freedmen the duties incident to
their new relations, urged the importance of
registration, and then said :
Ten years ago the man who would have predict?
ed what has come to pass-that those wno were
then slaves would now be voters-would have
been held as a ms/lwi?? it afforded him great
pleasure to say that all classes fully recognized
the'inexorable logic of. events, and were wfihng to
abide-tho issue. They ought riot to ask Congress
to do any more far them, but strive for their own
salvation now. and correct all' grievances at the
ballot box. Ail fears, be thought, that they would
attempt to db it in any other way were groundless.1
Their votes were all Txworfal for their protection,
and they could afford* to be raagnanimous. - . -.,
You want no confiscation ; and while you do-r
want more of the land your former masters own.' f
you only want what you can buy and pay for, and
sufficient protection in- the enjoyment of your
property. You want public schools, and your Leg?
islature to pr?vido for them, and make education 1
aa free aa air ; aa free to the poor man's child as to I
tho rich-to the black man's as to the white man's
-and equal taxation laid to pay for it You want
no more legislation for the exclusive benefit of a
landed aristocracy, and which makes the working
men toot tbe bffls. No more legislation wM?V
makes Appropriations to one or two universities:
and makes no provision whatever for the common
schools. No more tax bills which make the poor
man pay as much for. his cart and dray as the rich
man for his plantation. No moro euch taxation as
has made the cities of Virginia pay almost tho en?
tire expenses of the State, ?nd which culminated
in 1 be Kip Van Winkle assemblage which was adi?:
grace to civilization and to the noble old State.
?T?tere wore several other colored speakers after?
wards. ' WU
..isa-.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
LITERARY.
THE GALAXY, for April 15. 1867. Published by W. C. &
E. P. ?burch. No. 39 Park BOT, NeW;Xorlt. .
, This- number .completes -tho first year oit the
Galaxy; and in that brief space of time this mag?
azine has won an enviable reputation for itself j
among the new literary aspirants fdr public favor.
It-is well edited, and has an excellent"oorp8 of con?
tributors. Tho., topics treated have been varied;
and, with rare exceptions, catholic in politics as in
literature. The number before us contains a con?
tinuation of Mrs. B. H. DAVIS'new story, "Waiting
for the Verdict," ;and another instalment of Mrs.
EDWARDS' "Steven Lawrence, Yeoman."
>'The Father's Bing" is a translation of LES- I
BIKO'S famous-parable* V Vor graum.JoJirenl?it'ein \
Mann im Qstenf from; bis-, '"Nathan der Weise." |
The translation' is fair,"but by no means "of a high
degree of excellence. It is neither very literal
nor very elegant. Take the following specimen:
..Whatf a to be donei? j -,. L ;
1 He Bends In secret to a jeweller.
And bargains straightway for two other rings
Mad? in tho first one's image, and enjoined
Kot to be frugal of the cost-and pains
To make them tally with the model ring.
Tho roan maies out td do lt; when tue rings - ?
?".'I jAM:broughc to him, the.fMber cannot tell.
' ' Which is the model"
The very simple sentence "Das gelingt-."dem
K?nstler": is .terribly murdered'in tho tame and
inelegant 'The man makes out 'toldo it."- So, in
the Stb line, ho speaks of the ring as
"Storing tho virtue In its luscious heart r ?- r i B " '
' To make the maa who wore lt on good terns , i :- .
With God and withins fellows. ,c,,, ?? ;: ; a ,-:
i "thepaginal is thoa:. (. .. J ??.?' 1 i| v*A ri ..ii.
"Und hatte die geheime Kraft, vor Gott : . '
? Bud Menschen angenehm eu machen, we?
In dieser Zuversicht fhn trug." . -.'*rVo could
i ' m.-, J ~-*"--?a ta show that we are not object?
ing without cause. Bot-this iniist -?ufBce. We
have seen many better translations ?f this famous
parable.. - ? . ,
"Some Lover's Clear Day," By JOBS WEISS, is a
pleasant Uttlo po jm, -which " our readers win finrl
on our fourth'page:, '?'" ? '< ' ,t~ |?" ? T ; , \.j
"The Facts about M. nv CEATLLO" givo TIS some
pleasant information about -wat prince of African
travellers, who has just published ari elegant and
very interesting volume -auder the: title, "A''Jour?
ney to Ashango-Land." J. .. j
This is followed- by a biographical paper cn Vit 5
toria Colonna, -- ' .iii.. 1
, The next is by EUGENE BENSON on '--Literature ;
and the People" He answers tho question, re- i
contiy asked in a sneering tone by the Evening \
Poai : Why have wo no Saturday Review? He.
candidly acknowledges that wo could not have j
them ii we would ; but that it would be little less i
than a national misfortnne if.it were otherwise.!
Ho says: "Saturday Reviews cannot grow out' bf!
anything less hard, arrogant, .intellectually arro?
gant, than the cultivated and aristocratic English- ;
man; like bim with a sot habit of morals, and
utter deadness of the feelings that expand and re
ciprocato the enthusiasms of humanity- Why;
have we ao^Salurday. Reviews ?? Because we are :
Americans, because we have not Oxford and Cam?
bridge, and back of Oxford and Cambridge five :
hundred years of privilege, five hundred years of j
legal restrictions. The Saturday Review always :
opens its subject with the ' pretence of fair play,.!
and betrays so. little feo?ng that the. reader is de-i
ceived and believes its critical examination is a dis- ;
passionate search mr truth... But.before you have
gone through its bald, - hart, frigid,,: compact sen
tences---bofore voa' Bavo read'tne"T?B?"bTit?8 co?d,?
sneering aud arrogant words, yon-have been chilled
with the discovery that.it bas no good hearty ex-:
pression for anything Human or divine, and you!
are made aware that alt that you mest 'cherish is!
out of the pale of civilization." -,- vii-1JJ r. :
.While these remarks.! give, perhaps, somewhat
too mach indication of an ultra-democratic sub?
stratum, more than snits our tastes, we must, in
all honesty, confess that in the main we agree
with Mr. BENSON in bis ? estimate'! of 'this great
mogul of the. English kterary hebdoroaUals. - . ,
'- ' liermuda anil the Blockade" is a readable pa-|
per, written by some one who has been "through ?
the mill." -from . Wilmington to St. George. He;
presents ,a correct picture of our sister city, in
1863 arid 1864; describes the perils and excitement
of ''running the blockade," and gives a good idea.
of the efiects this traffic had on the Bermudas and
Bahamas. . " ' . ,"".:... ,<.
' - Mr. KICHARD GRANT WHITE, a regular cohtribu
to to the Galaxy, furnishes- a ..third .paper on
" Words and their Uses." His topic this time's!
"Newspaper English." - Wt. need not say- that his I
field affords ample scope.. -Whetheror not his
strictures will bo instrumental in prcduoirig a salu?
tary reform, we are unable to say. .
Tho Galaxy nairns tera to the curiosity of its i
readers, in that it gives the names of the writers ;
of nearly all the articles. In this it only follows '
the example long since in use in France, and be-!
coming moro and more common every day inj
England. We cannot .approve it, however. It
looks too mach like ari, advertisement. Anything'
like'a newspaper or magazine article should be
impersonal. If an.author desires to instruct the!
public ex-calhedra, he should' write a book or a
pamphlet, and append his' naine.' It waa . through
this anonymous feature tho Edinburgh, Blackwood,'
the Times,-and *be other leading publie journals,:
magazines-amd;.reviews attained* their higbposi-:
tion. If a journal becomes merely the vehicle!
through which .writers, under their, signatures,!
publish their views, such journal must fail of
taking a, high rank among the: leaders of publici
opinion. The journal is merely, the distributer,:
and can lay no more 'claim to fame or credit forj
such service than the bookseller. _ r" . f ^
The Chief Argument of tale Passtrlsta. j
The following very excellent editorial we take
from thoBicnmpad Whig of Sfcesdiry:'; j,.-;';?; V' j
p There are those who" have such supero pride andi
such heroic nonchalance that they will consent to
do nothing thai is required of them-. They solace)
themselves and beguile - others with the delusion
that to stand stilt and, await events is the sure!
remedy ior our ? situation.' They justify their;
course by asking what. guarantee we have that iii
wo comply with the demands bf Congress we shall:
be restored to our proper position in the Union ?'
This question is' their big gun, and when they fire!
it off they imagino they have achieved a great vic-!
tory.' : As the issue, depends- upon the future, and :
is executory, rather than' 'executed,- they think!
their argument irresistible'.' ! They.dehghfc in say- j
ing, "we carinot trust nay pledge th? Bepublicans
make, and the great probability, is that wben 'we
have' dorie all that they require of os they win torn
around and mock us." This argument is indus-j
triously plied by many, and has exerted much- in-'
finance. .We propose to examineitbrjefiy-.,.',.'-,-, |
ir Why : cannot We. trust : the '.pledge : of Congress,
solemnly given in tile face:of the world? 'The an-! j
bas sB0Xtenj3e$Bjve&^^
baye, been the excesses nf the dominant party, we*
a^to^iithey^ha^ 'd^ceiyed us. -From "the "close;
of the;war ap to .this tunoltheyjhav?'thtest?ned
us. We have had from them no hypocritical pro-j
fessions of lose and'br^f&erfaocd. Our complaint1
has been that they always spoke ill of ua and acted'
harshly to*flitw3 nih We':?&yst*j>?elanned to the
world, time, attef iimej'liiati?t'was their insults :
ly honest. They said- -the# we should not bel
admitted into the Union under the Presiden t's
plan; and they have kept their word. They said
that we should be punished; that'.oat 'leaders
should be disfranchised, and that negro surrragei
should be fixed upon us. Here, also, they ! have
kopt their word. 'They did not promise aaftlji ssa
perform harshly. Their words and their acts havo
been in strict accord. ' '::>,-.>:. -.;-i? i
On this subject of deception, the dominant party
maxwell and truthfully retort, if they choose, that
ualy: Mtf/'ca-J
.'Democratio
_t._...-tr,- arid1 since!
thie war, they (the Demoraos) havo deceived us:
They possibly wanted to do what they promised^
but they failed to-do it; Those who are proliflo ta
Sremises, hut sterile in performance, are those to
o' distrusted, rio matter bow kindly'their feebngs.1
Baise friends are mbre- to be ?hunn?d 'thati o?" ' '
eriemid?v However, it is . neither one oblet? td_
sail nor, defend Northern parties- but to auswar th?
argument pt tbe "passivjsta- ;JWe.<tbiu?>we;rfcaveJ
answered it, and we demand, in justice tothe dom?
inant party, from a tender -3gard for the well-be?
ing of the South, that we shall, in this instance,'
trust that pariy, and do ?"hat they reqm'r?. They
will accomplish their parp?se, whether' we trusii
thom or not. ar d if they do so against oar efforts: ei?
ther activ? orpassivo.it will be aH tba. worse for us.i
They promiso, if we will second thom, aad eomplv in.
good foi tb .with their.- conditions aa laid down in1
the Military BUT,' that we shall be restored to the
Union. To. thia Congress "has, pledged thc good
faith of the nation iii tho taco of-the world.Thjg?
is theirs/ promise made to us by the Badical Con
executing tte threats, .etna now soe II it will not
be as faithful in obssrviEg the oBlypsomise it ha?
made us. Ia concloaion, with the ?^olaration
from the lips of the proftnnont BepnbUcan leaders
that tho refusal of the Southern people to accept
tho situation, and to comply with tM tradition;
offered, wm bo regarded as a; '?ren?wal of the re^
bellion," and will-be Tjrn^bed ?x>oru^
would ask the passi viste what they havoto expect
hom their do-nothing policy? Is it not lob peril
out', as x policy, for ei-jnt millions cf pei c
their women and cWldron? . Shall they_
safety, happiness ai.d means ' of . Mving jnot to?
gratify a proud whim ot a' feeimg o?-Smnd.spif??, j
TH?ESDAY MOROTSTG-,
? ONE PRICE
OUR SPRING STOCK IS NOW
ready, and comprises a better assort?
ment of
CL?THlNG
AND '
Ifflll 600BS,
Adapted to this market, than we
hare ever offered. . We have given'
particular attention in getting wp |
this Stock to lightness of fabric, ?
strength of material and durability j
of color. Hinch ? the larger portion '.
of *?ur Stock is nu|de in our own
workshop, and we warrant it in
every respect equal .to custom work.1
We have' Goods not pf our own man-1
[ ufacture, such : as are usually sold
ready-made, the difference we shall
be glad to show dur customers.
In fixing our prices, from which;
we make no deviation, we have taken
into consideration the depressed
state of tlie m ark et, and the univer
I sal desire to buy goods cheap. . j
We give below some of our lead
1 ? !
ling prices; L;
j CHECK. OAWrMEBE BUTTS...............?i
AI^'WOOL TWEED sorra! :..........u tit
ALL WOOL TWEED BUTTS.. .13 Op
i BLACK AND ' WHITE .MTX: CASSTMEBE -
....^ <>t*-' ,:? I rJ .' *! *''T : ; f . '? v!> i
S^n?S,?mo^uiB?so.."..'.....'..'.....iii 00
THREE STYLES OF MIDDLESEX CASSI- ~ |
. LIGHT MITOTEES.T.'..!'.'. .18 00
BLACK AND WHITE MTX CASSTMEBE .
SUITS. . .. . . ......... ->;;'...-sra .22 Oo|
SILK "MIX TBICOTV''DIFFEBENT " S?X- ' " j
TUBES. ,... . !.:..24 oo;
FINE BLACK GEEMAN TBICOT SUITS,.'. .27 00.
DARK - BEOWN GRAIN DB FOUDEB ? ;
SUIS8. .;.v:.!.: . . . . -29 00
BLACK DRESS SUITS, ranging in price j
tt??L}.yJ,l?.i.A..f.:*....-->.;.fl?to62 ooj
LINEN SUITS, from.*5.to20 00!
I
In addition to the above, we have
matty good Stales of i?GHT AND
DARK ITiNC Y j
'??-?'^itMER-? S ,
IN SUITS
And in Pants and Tests.
: [ "1 .. .... . A**.80?
ALPACA SACKS' . >. . : .
DB AP DEETE SUITS ' '
MABSETLLES VESTS, White and Fancy . j
BLUF FLANNEL SUITS, of vo^nne quality ;
im'mii i III li I'll I lill li n " iOlOffl li'ltt, &C, Ac ' ~" ' ;
' '.^v";:: . . -
In addition to our usual assort?
ment ofe?N?li?KEN'S FUE?ISH?
IN? GOODS, ire-wish to catt partit
cular attention to our 1
We;/hsre made srrsBgesierits to
have our SHIRTS made by our own
Pattern,1 and we think they will
compare favorably in style and fit
w?a^l^? ;
"THEY ;l^llDrypSE POTJB QUAL-j
ITIES, $2 .50, $3 00, $3 50, and
$4 00. " h
We invite the attention of COUN?
TRY MERCHANTS and PLANT?
ERS TO OUR STOCK, which we
are selling in quantities at very low
pri?es.* I- I >-X ?>- -\ > .' J. : < j
?| V-^RNER^?P nA?,;-!;' v ? ?. j
apta ii - .'. ; ? . : "-' ? _" ? .. imo I
APRIL ll, 1867.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
?-"WE A?E AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHrnNti, Z^., as a candidato for Sheriff ol
Cuartos ton (Judicial) District, at tho next election.
September IC
?3- ARTIFICIAL E ?ES.-ARTIFICIAL HU?
MAN EYES made to order and inserted by Dm. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGLEMANN (formerly employed by
ROIBBONHEAU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New York.
April 14 lyr ..
ter NOTICE_CONSIGNEES PER BRITISH
bark SEAMAN are hereby notified that sba has been, en?
tered under the Five Day Act. All goods not permitted
at the expiration of that tune win bo sent to the Custom
House Stores at their expense and risk.
April 9 3 JNO. FRASEE, k CO.
a?-THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK.
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 28,1867.-The Board of
Directors have determined to increase the Capital of this
Bank.
Stock caa be had on application to ?
January 29 ruth H. G. LOPES, Cashier.
jay UNDER DECEBE TN EQUITY.-DALY os.
DALY.-The creditors of the late BOBEET DALY
are hereby called upon to come In and prove their claims
before tho undersigned, at his office in tho Court House,
on or before the 16th day of April, 1867.
?~-'Z - - JAMES TTTPEB.
March 28 th3ml Master in Equity.
ia- SHE HEALING POOL AND HOUSE OF
MEBOX_HOWARD ASSOCIATION BEPORTS, for
SgaPg^Seffi-m,.tfre.CHIME OF fWIJTUDE. and the
manly powers, and create impediments to MARRIAGE,
wiOx ?ora mesas of relief. Sent in sealed letter en?
velopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J. BKTT.T.TTT
j HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
. January 15 . - 3mo
MST NOTICE TO MARINERS. -O'A P T AINS
I AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vessels in Ashley
Elver, are requested hot to do so anywhere within direct
range of the heads or the SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, on the Charleston and St. Andrew's aide of
: the Ashley River; by which precaution, contact with the |
j Submarine Telegraph Cable wfll be avoided.
S. C. TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 6,1866.
February 7
SGT BEAUTIFUL HAIR-CHEVALTER'f
LIFE FOB THE HATH positively' restores gray hair; to
Ita original color and youthful beauty; Imparta life and
strength to tho weakest hair; stops its falling out at
once; keeps the hoad clean; is unparalleled aa a halt'
dressing. Sold by all Druggists and. fashionable-hair- I
I dressers, and at my office. No. 1123 Broadway, Now: j
York. SARAH A CHEVALIER, M. D.
D?WIE & MOISE, -p
1 , - No. isl Meeting street,-'
i ?-? Opposite Charleston Hotel.
i January 1 . .., . 6mos
I . tvs- BATCHELOB'S HAIR DYE.-THT3;1
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best in the world. The'
only, true and perfect Dye-harmless, reliable instan-]
tan?ons. No disappointment. No ridiculous tinta. I
Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ni effects of Bud- \
I Dyer. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. |
The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor. Ail others! I
are mere, imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold by all I
? Druggists and Perfumera. Factory, No. 81 Barcloy
street, Nsw York.
? BS" BEWARE OF A OOCNTEBFEIT.
.December 10 lyr
??-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-COLLE- I
TON DISTRICT.-By B. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq., Ordi
nary.-Whereas, BENJAMIN STOKES, Commissioner . In j
Equity, made suit to me to grant him Letters of Admin?
istration of tho direlect estate and effects of WILLIAM B.
MEEKS: These are, therefore,. to cite and, admonish all I
and ?<T?jpii?i- the kindred and cr?ditera of the said
WILLI AM B. MEEKS, late of Colleton District, deceased,
that they be sud appear before me In the Court of Ordinary,
.to be held, at Walterboro, on 27th April . next, , after,
publication hereof, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said Administration:
should not bc granted. ;
Given under my hand,, thia 18th day of March, Anno |
Domini 1867. B. ALLAN WILLIS,
March 91 the, O.C. D. J|
aS^<3BT?F QUABTEBMASTEB'S OFFICE,
SECOND MILITARY DISTRICT, NO. AND SO. CA.-j
CHARLESTON, SO. OA. April 3d. 1867.-Sealed propos-']
sis will be received at this office until 12 o'clock M,
the 16th inst., at which time they will bo opened, for
transporting within the City limits ALL THE STORES
for which thc Quartermaster's Department may bo ro
. quired to furnish .transportation.. .The contract to re?
main tn force for six months ""?"'"g May 1st, 1867.
Bidders willstate the price per load for which they: j
will furnish transportation. The average dally number'
of loads han Ind in the last month, has been one hundred.'.1
Elds doomed unreasonable will be rejected. Proposals'I
must bo addressed to the rm?ersigned, and endorsed j
"Proposals for furnishing Transportation."..
, BrovCMsj." Genii Deputy 0'?aW'?!ma?'
?prtlS - . ... il
O-HALL'S VEGETABLE SICT/.TAN HATE; I
RENEWER has proved itself tobe fha most perfect pre- |
para?on for the hair ever onfered to the public. K
- It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurious |
properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTOBE GBAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
COLOR.
It will keep the hair from falling out
It cleanses tho scalp and makes the hair soft, lustrous |
and silken. ' v
lt la a splendid hair dressing.
No person, ola or young, should fall to use it ,;
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY- TSE FIRST. |
MEDICAL AUTHORITY. ;
MS" Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
and take no other. ': B.P. HALL & CO.,'
...; v. ... nashua,-N. a, Proprietors. ]|
For sale by all Druggists. Wholesale by
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING AND CASSTDEY,
March 1 'thly? Charleston, 8. C.
?3-A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO HER
country home, after : a sojourn of ? 'few months in the
city, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of
a coarse; rustic, flushed free, she had a soft roby com?
plexion of almost marble' smoothness, and <n?V?^ of
tw : nty-throo she really appeared but eighteen. Upon in?
quiry a? to tho cause of so great a change, she plainly
told them that she used the CIRCASSIAN BALM^and
considered U an Invaluable aco^nafttan to any ladys toflet.
By its uso any Lad y cr Gentlemen can iinprovo their p?x?
gonai appearance tm hrmiired iola. It is simple in ita'
combination, as Natara herself is simple, yet uf^snrpaas-;
.ed tu its efficacy in awring 'impurtaeeVj?rDm, also besl
-ing. elea?auurszid 1 iss 11111> 11iu rhri d^fr*Ssa?' r^^Vrr1^**
-j .m.,uix^acTOi on tna c^BaE it^^wfl,rrojuJtan ?,
Impurities, kindly healing this'same,' and. leaving the sur?
face ea Natura intended it should bo-clear, soft, smooth
and beautiful. Price Si, sent by Msll or Express, onrei
ceipt of an order, by ;.::-.v
W. L CLARK & CO., Chemists.
. No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. ?.
The only American Agents for the sale of the same.
/.Maiea'ao-.:'..'. . /.'J ";-. ? .-T!.-liy/ '? t|
LE A & PBH?HNS'
0 OELEBBATED I
WORCESfMDRE SA? '|
I>IU)!yOVS?S-T> ?.:.?'?j? V. ? BSTBACT
.a' * BYdr a Tcttsr "iran a
CONNOISSEm^^
TO EX rsx osnx I^BHB^ .. Brotherjst' ?
? , r, J|HBJBlWORCESTER. May,
Good Sance; SSES1*51'
. ??MW "Tell LEA & PER
aiTD APECJCABUB !^3??|fe BINS that their SAUCE
M????? to highly esteemed in In.
TO ?asS^-i Rendis, in my opinion,
FVrmv vjprPTV 'S9??? tte" mos* palatable, as
EVERY VARIETY MaHnM well as the most whole.
" ' mmim some SAUCE that ii
OS DISH. TWfflWiaBde."
The success of this most delicious and rmrtvallad son.
diment having cansad many unprincipled dealers to
apply the name to SpurUnu Caaponndz, the PUBLIC la
ntpecyuBg and earnetOp requested tofaeethat the name;
of Laa fc PXBEX?S are upon the : WBAPPEB, LABEL;
STOPPER and BOTTLE., '?"'?.Vc'.' -] !
I' aiaimftaTtoredhy-X :'? |
?, ?- B A ? PEKttISS ;'r Vf. ? r . eater.'
wm mmj^m SONS,
NEW YORK.
.Oetohee.l?;
> ' tmwlyr _
CIL^RAW AT>VEBTISER.
TAEV0T2D TO ; UTEBATUBg. SCIENCE, ART,
XJ AQRIUULTUitK, anft M ISt.lBI.LANEOUS NEWB.
Oheraw.ao. Pubhahedsreokly,by W. L. T. PRINCE
ACO. ".'... .;? ?.-?y _ ..... ... ->
TXBK8 ow str?scnrpTrcrH' : ;.' .
D?s copy one year.;.....-.-.-:....?* 00
Ono copy six months.-...3 00
One oopy threo month?... 1 M
Fi ve coptes one year.... ?... .v...-.../............. 15 00
? ^ ' .. ? ? ^ \ "BS'fflTT l^r^?T^TnT?ffl1^ * ' p . '
One Square, ten linee or lena, first insertion,... .... tl 89
For each subs?quent insertion..... '.. i Q0
"All Advertisements to be dis?EC?y marked,; or they
win be published unta ordered^t, and charged accord J
Merchante and others advftrUalaff by the year. Vlilm-'
ralde-tuctfon on the ?tove rates win bs mada. ...
' NovaiabjcT Vi . t . \y ' * '
SHIPPING.
V FOR KEW VORK.-MERCHANTS'
j?/Qk LINE.-The fsst-nafling packet schoonerT.TT.T.v,
y VsRftB. Francis master, having part of heavy freight
?XSJTlMuLiniitiril. want? 260 to 300 bales cotton and light
freight to fill up, and sail with quick dispatch.
Aprils mtgthg_WILLIAM ROACH.
_ FOR PHH.ADKI.PHIA.-THE Al
i^VV Schooner MABY SOMERS, having tho greater
nSSaS^portlou of her cargo engaged, desires some
?JN* r'~ liiTht freight. Apply to Captain on board or to
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
April 9_3_Vendue Bango.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-XirE FINE
jEOS*>Fast Sailing Coppered Packet Ship MABY OG
.fjSS?^DEN. W. K. Coldrey Master, 1B now ready to
JftFriC receive cargo.
For freight engagements, apply to sMm? fc CQ
March 28_V, :_. Napier's Bange.
_ FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE IBRAT
?QS^ISH ship SEDBEBGH has most of her cargo
Jnrl^readv For freight of 200 bales cotton ap
?a^Tto CT. LOWNDES & CO.,
April 6 .. ; No. 10 Broad street
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THU
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S ELVER.
VIA
SAVANNAH, GA.,
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
?e D I O T -A. T O IR., "
1000 TONS BTJBDEN,
CAPTA?N LOUTS M. COXETTER. .
ON AND AFTBER THE 2GTH OCTOBER, THIS FTNfc
SHEP win sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf, every
Friday ?Sight, at 10 o'clock, for tho above places.
All freight must be paid hero by shippers.
. Gangs ofNegroesw-U bet-ikon to the abo c points on
th? St John's River at $6 each. Children under tee i
years of age free. Horses and Mules at reduced rates,
J8S?-Country papera advertising "tho DICTATOR" will ;
please discontinue their notices and send account to thc
Agents. ] ? t ,, '
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to the,
Agency. S^uth Atlantic '.Vcir-. Janna-y IS \
Boadquarters Second. Military District, )
1 " (NOBTH c AEOLDJA aim SOOTH CABOLINA), >
? COLUMBIA, S. C., March 21st, 1867. ) !
[GENERAL ORDERS NO. L]
L IN COMPLIANCE WITH GENERAL ORDERS NO. j
10, Headquarters cf tho Army, March 11th, 1867, the un-;
dersigned hereby assumes command cf tho Second Mili-1
tary District constituted by the Act of Congress, Public' I
No. 68. 2d March, 1867. entitled "An Act for the more!
efficient government of the rebel States."
H. In the execution of the duty of the Commanding!
General to maintain the security of the inhabitants in! I
their persons and property, to suppress insurrection, dis?
order and violence, and to punish or cause to be pun-' '
lshed all disturbers of the public peace and criminals,;
tho local civil tribunals-wfll be permitted to take juris-'
diction of and try offenders, excepting only such cases as
may by the order of the Commanding General be ref erect ]
to a Commission or other military tribunal for trial.
TH. The civil government now ?vri?Hng in North Caro- I
Una and South Carolina is provisional only, and in all re?
spects subject to the paramount authority of the United: |
States, at any time to abolish, modify, control or super-!
cedo the same. Local laws and municipal regulation?
not inconsistent with tile Constitution and laws of the
United States, or the proclamations of the President, orj
with such regulations as are or may bo proscribed In tho
orders of the Commanding General, aro h-sreby declared)
to be in force; and, in conformity therewith, civil officers I
are hereby authorized to continue the exercise of their; j
proper functions, and wfll be respected and obeyed by?
the inhabitants.
IV. Whenever any Civil Officer, Magistrate or Court;
neglects or refuses to perform an official act properly re
qu'ire-i of such tribunal or officer, whereby due and
rightful security to person or property shall be denied,;
the case will bo reported by the Post Commander to these
Headquarters. j
. V. Poet Commanders will cause to be arrested persons;
charged with the commission of crimes and offences
when the civil authorities fall to arrest and bring such
offenders to trial, and will hold the accused in custody
for trial by. Military Commission, Provost Court or other
tribunal organized pursuant to orders from these Head-!
quarters. Arrests' by military authority will be reported; I
promptly: The charges preferred wfll be accompanied! j
by the evidence on which they are founded
YL The Commanding General, ^??i^"g to preserve
tranquility and order by mea: 9 and agencies most congo-;
nial to the people, solicits the zealous and cordial co-:
operation of civil officers in the discharge of their duties,;
and the aid cf all good citizens in preventing conduct
tending to disturb the. peace; and to thc end that occa?
sion may seldom arise for the exercise of military au?
thority in matters of ordinary civil administration, tho
Coxnmanding General respectfully 'and earnestly com-!
monds to the people and authorities of North and South.
Carolina unreserved, obedience- to the authority now es?
tablished, and the .dirigent, considerate and impartial;
execution of the laws enacted for their government
' VU. All Orders heretofore published to the Department ?
of the South are hereby continued in force.
.The following named officers are announced as the |
etan! of tho Major General Commanding :
Capt J. W. Clous, 38th U. S. Infantry, Act Asst. AdjtJ |
Gen. and Aide-de-camp. : "
Capt Alexander Moore, 38th U. S. 'Infantry, Aide-de-j {
.Camp. ..
,t_ Bvt Maj. J. R- Myridi, 1st Lieut 3d Art, Aide-de-camp 1
and Act Judge Advocate.
Major James P. Boy, 6th U. 8. ins., Act Asst Inspect!
Gen. ' '
r Bvt Major General : . O. .Tyler, Deputy Quartermaster,
Gen. TJ. S. A., Chief Quartermaster.
Bvt Brig. General W. W. Burns, Major and C. S., uj.
8." A, Chief Commissary of Subsistence.
! ' Bvt Lieut: Col. Chadee Page, Burg. U. S.' A., Med. Di?
rector. D. E. SICKLES,
j.y Major General Commanding
Official : J. W. CLOCS, Aide-de-Comp. . Marun 25 !
AMERICAN i
tfiAJ P?ffilL ?OMPAN?]
t:M NEW YORK.
Factory? Hudson City, X. J.
OTOLESAISMLES ROOM
?:> HO. 34 JOHN STREET, SEW YORK, j
H AIX STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCILS
of superior quality aro manufactured and offorod
? S gire tho ASSEJrtHJ* TUZJsSy PENCIL the
THE PVWTrfJ ABB TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NO J. ION
i?; DEALERS.
.ASK FOBTrrv "AMERICAN T,TT.*rt PENCIL. "
pro
ftHFjaaELD SCTKNJDFTC SCHOOL. 1
YAXE COLLKOE, November 16, 1866. > .
. I have always recommended the Faber Polygrsd*
Lead Pencils aa the only pencfls fitted tor both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but after a thorough
trial of the American Poly grad o Loci Pencils, man?
ufactured by tho American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I fiad them superior to any pencil in use, evan to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil fer' sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
pencflv*
These pencfls are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold the point well;
?hoy aro al! that can bo desired In a penuO. It gi voa me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
win no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pencils.
LOUIS BAIL,
fi; ,. :. Professor of Drawing, icc
ui rracjL i ABB BTIMTED:
in XS- "AMERICAN Lt AD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t he exact name of the firm :
[ooktolt - ' 6mo_December 13
Fw M. BURDELL,
JEMH11?SB BROKER,
\\f ILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE
? Vf and sale of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS. ? i
Otto? at' the earner of BROAD AND' EAST BAY
STREETS, to baenrrifflit of State Bank, where samples
tnay be seen.
BxrxBXBCzs-Ur. O. M. Forman;' Mr. Theodore D.
gagner.' M usai a. John Fraser & co., Messrs. Mordecai ?
Co., Messrs. W. C. Dukes k Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
sTsHlil-arni Iti fir. fTlmili strmi n fl --..; . ,?
..October34 wfm&mo !
THE OEAXGEB?RG NEWS, j
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}*cs< a SB uno NEW? win be circulated 'JOT the benefit ot
xor advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the mott liberal
arms,' Addreae ". . - SAMUEL DIBBLE.
;,? " ;.;' :iditor Orangeburg New*. I
February 25 -".''*.?- ' Orsntfsburg, 8. C j
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E profitable medium for tho advertising public ot
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GAILLARD, PE3PCBTE8 k WILLIAMS.
NovembsrW - '.'*.;.'.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SHIPPING,
FOR EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
THE STEAMER
"W- FRAZIER,
CAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT.
\1/ LU. LEAVE ATLANTIC WHABF AS ABOVE,
TV To-Morrow, 12th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M.
Shippers will take notice that no (roods will be receiv?
ed unless the Freight is prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or to_
JNO. & THEO. GETTY,
April ll 1 No. 48 East Bay.
FOR GEORGETOWN,
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, W4?KK
I.Y -\IIJOL.S, AND LANDINGS ON THE
WACCAMAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
THE FINE STEAMER
EMILIE,
CAPTAIN ISAAC DAVIS,
"TT7TLL LEAVE BOYCE'S WHABF AS ABOVE, ON
VV Monday Mn nina, the 15th inst, at 7 o'clock.
B turning, will leave Georgetown on Wednuday Morning,
' the 17th inst, at 7 o'clock.
A-.^.^.<- . -i J?I iy, Qji.i stored free of charge.
For freight or passaic apply to
W. "W. SHACKELFOED,
No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
N. B.-All freight must bo prepaid, and none received
ofter sunset 4 ~ April ll
FOR NEW YORK.
FABE REDUCED-CABIN PASSAGE TEN
DOLLARS.
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LIN if.
st?sr~^i*m ONE OF THE FAVORITE AND EXE.
>^fc??^iKSGANT STEAMSHIPS
?^Sl&^?l? QUAKER CITY, I SARAGOSSA,
jy JroU-i- I GRANADA.
Will ieavo Adgcr's South Wharf every Saturday.
THE STEAMSHIP
GRANADA,
CAPTAIN IRA BURSLEY,
"I ?7 ILL LEAVE ADGER'S WHABF ON SATURDAY.
VV April 13, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Shippers are requested to hand in Bills of Lading by
12 o'clock on that day.
April 8_RAVENED & CO. .
FOR CHERAW,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON
THE PEE DEE RIVER. .
THE LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER ' "
LT? UL, A. N- TBRi
CAPTAIN JOHN FERGUSON,
IS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODA
TION WHABF, and wiU leave with dispatch.
All Freight must be prepaid. No Freight received af.
ter sunset
For Freight engagements, apply to ' "
FERGUSON A HOLMES, Agents,
April 8 .' . Accommodation Wharf.
FOR sA^j^jsrisrjgLEC.
THE STEAMER ...
^'DICTATOR,'
1000 TOSS BURTHEN, '
CAPTAIN L. M. C O SETTER, >? >
TT7TLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVER Y
TV FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office ot
J. D. AIKEN b CO., Agents;1
January^ SnuthAtlantic Wharf.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
Packet line.
VTA BEAUFORT AJSD HILTON HEAD, i
. Steamer PILOT BOYl ; .'Captain'W. T. TttcNttxx;
Steamer BUZA; HANCOX. " .Captain J. E_ RICHAHTBON.
Steamer FANNIE.Captain D. B. VrwcEBT.
TT EAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON.
J_i and Charleston Wharf, Bsvsnnah, Monday, Wadnes
day. Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.- ???? tri; ?
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Friday, ?nd
: Savannah every Saturday. . . :'-\
I The ELIZA HANCOX leaves) Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri
hday. . -.. ... . ; . ?.
The FANNIE leaves Charleston every Monday, and
< Savannah every Wednesday, touching at TU tiffie going
and returning. . ' . v-:- . . -
Freight received dally and stored free of charge. ?'
Freight to all points except Savannah must be prepaid,
j No Freight received after sunset - r-?-^-'--?s<
For Freight or Passat apply to ... . .--j ':.. j
_ FERGUSON b HOLMES, Agenta, .
.Charleston, 8: CL
CLAGHORN A CUNTNGHAM, Agenta, . :
Savannah, Ga..
N. B.-The Steamexs of this Tine connect at Charleston
wiflCKOrmaaiateni arma* fy???iTii? Railrosdav and ot
[ Havannah m*Q* Central ATKany and ""^^"fm^* mr\
\ Florida steamers. . Harcir32
; iaATES INDUCED.': ^
CIEARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKIT OWE.
i ?f:W^BB?i^^
j TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
JELLS, AND laASDXKjGS ON THE WAC
CAK?W AW) BLACK. RIVERS. :
THE VERY FAST STEAMER
''PILOT BOY/'
Captain W. Ti MCNELTT. - " ""'
WJ ?UL ' LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHABF EVERY
VV MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock. . -"_.'.
Betnrning, wfll leave Georgetown every WEDNESDAY
MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received dalry, and stored -free of charge. '?.'.'/
For Freight or Passage, apply to ..; ;. ? . .
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
Agents, Charleston;
WALLACE b PORTEE, :
' N: B. AU Freighta must be prepaid' No?Fre?ghtre
cetved after ?unset ? -? March 33
FOR FLORIDA;.*r.J,:u:^
.VIA SAVANNAH, J* rt UN SWICK,,8T.
MARY'S. FERNANDINA, " ACKSONVELLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON 77?Q ST. JOHN'S RIVER AS
. FAR AS PALATE/ . "
THE FINE STEAMER
SE.ASH,-:', ..
OAPTAtN T J LOCKWOOD,
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at th?
nee of .TTT JOHN MAHONEY, JB., 48 East Bay, %
- NoTemberl3 ?'-??? ? Ararre Craig, Tuomey* dray
SBW YORK AND lilt KM ES STEAMSHIP
COMPANY, .
THE FTRST-OLASS TL 8. MAIL STEAMSHIP'
; DB A ? T I O j? ? -
A. G. JONBS, Master, ' ' '
Wlu leave Pier No. 46, N. B., on Saturday, Apxfl 20, at
.'BootV-'^ ? -.'. .?>'v:-:-^-^S. i
FOB SOUTHAMPTON AKDBBXafEN, : <- .
taking paaaengers to Southampton, London. Havre and
Bremen, at tho. foUowir g ratea, payable in gold orita
''^?it^^Oatta, ?8S; ' fitecracml fits.

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