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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Our Caljie 15isp3tcli.es.
IOITDQN, May 7.-Tn tho c?ntorOnco of the Euro?
pean governments for thc sottloment of thc Lux?
emburg question it is reported that the leaders
hesitate guaranteeing the neutrality of Luxemburg,
?s the oeoplo of the Grund Duchy desire ansexa
tion to Bavaria.
LIVERPOOL, May 8.-The ships Garibaldi and
Dragon, bom San Francisco, have arrived here.
The brig Cupid has been towed into Marseilles
disabled, and the Hotspur, from Marseilles for Now
' Yolk, has been lost at sea.
DUBLIN, May 7.-CONNELLY hos boen convicted j
of high treason and CLARK has boen acquitted.
QUEENSTOWN, May 8.-Tho steamship Altepc
LOUDON, May 8-Noon_Consols 914. Bonds
LONDON, May 8-2 P. M.-The Conference ad?
journed till to-morrow. -
Consols 914. United States Bonds 71.
LONDON, May 8-Evening.-Consols 91$. TJ. 8.
LIVERPOOL, May S-Noon.-Cotton Basier; esti?
mated Bales Lo-day 10,000 bales ; "Uplands llall? ;
Orleans V . Breads tuna firm. Provisions un?
changed, _'d advanced 52s. 'm "~;
LrvKOPoeL, May 8-^-2 P. M.-C:tton declined f
sinco noon-dull; Uplands lOSalld. Other arti- \
. I c?es unchanged.- "
LIVERPOOL, May 8-Eyeuing.-Decline in Cotton
continues; market closed weak; Uplands lld.;
< Orleans Hid; Soles 15,000 bales. Lard advanced j
,J ?S2S. 6d. Tallow declined 43s. Sd. Common Rosin
' 9a. Bd; fine 13s. Turpentine 35e. 3d.
* "WASHINGTON, May 8.-Roar Admiral GEORGE F.
PEARSON hos boon appoint ed President of the "Nar
Tal Academy'. - -Kr . ???
The following- committee have boon appointed
by an order from the Adjutant General's Office,
and will assemble to-day to consider the subject of |
head-stones for tho national cemeteries, Gener?is
Gu ANT, MEIOS, HUHPHBEXS, BARNES. - ? -,.
There has boen a very heavy rain, and the cold
Weather continuos. ... - ;
. ' ; tSx. Darla' Release.
WASHINGTON, M*y .8."-Mr. DAVIS will undoubted- .
ly be surrendered to tho c?v? authorities of Mon?
" ? Supreme Court. 1
WASHINGTON, May 8-Judgo CURTIS, of Boston,
argued on the Virginia case. Ho said that Virginia
was a State throughout, and she was recognized as
suoh prior to and over sinco the Government was
formed. .The counsel for Wost Virginia take? the
ground that there is-no such State oe Old Virginia.
JciFcrsorx Davis. ;
RICHMOND, May 8.-It is now understood that
Chief Justice CHASE WLU arrive hero on Monday.
Mr. CHANDLER, the prosecuting attorney, has not
yet arrived. The Unitad States Marshall received
tho following writ from Judge UNDERWOOD to-day,
and l'-aves with it ' for NorfoDi to-morrow: "The
President of tho United States to Brigadier Gene?
ral HENBT S. BURTON, and to any person or per?
sons having custody of JEFFERSON DAVIS greeting:
We command you that you have tho body of JEF
; .. PERSON DAVIS, by you imprisoned and detained, os
it is said, together with the cause oi such impris?
onment and detention, hy whatsoever name thc
said JEFFERSON DAVIS may be called, before our
. Circular Court of the United States of thc
District of V? ginia, at tho next term'thereof, at
-_; . _ Bic?mond, in the said district, on tho second Mon?
day in May, 18G7, ai the opening of tho. Court on
that day, to do and receive what shall then end
there be considered concerning the said j JEFFER?
SON DAVES. Witness, SALMOS P. CHASE, our Chief j
, . ... Justice of the Supreme.Court of the United States |
kept? in the libby Prison, where apartments will
: bc assigned hire. .
From til? North.
? Nxw YORK, May 8_The Joint Committee pf Old
and New School Presbyterians, adopted terms of
Union to bo submitted to their churches.
NEW ALBANY, INDIANA, May 8.-The Democrats
carried the city by GOO majority. _
: Failure In Si ctr "Forle.
NEW YORK, May 8,-The failure of WATTS, CRAKE
& Co., produces some depression and bear specula?
tors ore in the ascendency. Tho loss by this fail?
ure is widely distributed, falling principally on
? banks and Southern firms. Tho suspension is se?
vere on JONES & Co., in which it is stated CRANE
was a special partner, bat this feature is not re?
garded as important. . . ..
Nows ?rom tho south "Weat. .
, " Nsw ORLEANS, May 8,1867.-There were two sui?
cides in this City yesterday, and there was an
attempt ot. a third. .
The hurricane on Sunday night and Monday,
,caused five crevasses below this City, tho rice
; ?rop and orange trees Vere mostly destroyed, and
i there was.greatdistress.
' * It is reported from Galveston, that the Steamer
Camargo, from the Brazos river for Galveston,
was blown on St. Louis' Island by the gale o: Sun?
day, lost both anchors and drifted ashore two
. iuB&rpd yards from tho water. No lives were re
. -ported lost, and the story is considered rather
Lynch Lan. in Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, Hay 8.-THOS. GEBHABT was taken
from the Taylor county jail, and hung as a mur?
derer and pest to society.
Senator 'Wilson, at Augusta.
AUGUSTA, May 9.-Senator WILSON spoke at the
Court House this afternoon to about 1000 freed?
men, and 100 whites. Tho tone of the speech was
the same as in Virginia and in South Carolina?
' The freedmen honored him with a torr1! light pro?
cession and the firing of rockets. - j.-'.
" The body of, PATRICK GRAY, who mysteriously'
disappeared on Saturday night, was found'.ia
Savannah river this afternoon.
. PHILADELPHIA, May 8_-The steamship Tonaiean
da bas arrived hore from Savannah, and the
schooner Mary Ella from Charleston.
NEW YORK, May 8,-The steamship San Saltador
has arrived hero from Savannah.
Arrived, the steamship Ville de Paris.
NEW YORE, May 8.-Stocks easier, somewhat
improved. Money firm at 6 ; Gold, ; Ster?
ling, CO days, 9| ; Sight, 10J; '02 coupons, 7f.
Flour a shade firmer. Wheat quite firm.. Corn
l&2c. lower. Pork dull at $23 00. Lard quiet. Cot?
ton quiet and steady ; Middling 27a27Ac. Freights'
quiet and firm.
Cotton heavy and quiet. Soles 800 boles at 27c
Flour firmer. State $11 25al3 50. Corn.-Mixed
Western $1 35al 38. Groceries and Provisions
firm and quiet. Naval Storos he >.w. Turpentine
. 63a69. Roam $3 75a8. Freights firmer. Cotton
by steam 4a9-32d. Stocks strong. Gold 138.
Money 5a6. '62 coupons 107J; '6-1 coupons 1051; '65
coupons 105J; new issue 1075; 10-40"s 99?; 7-30's.
first issues, 1064; others 1054- Money easier.
Supply ut all capital superabundant. Call loons on
' t, i.. Government securities 2a3 por cont; on stocks 4a5
?ji l: .per., .cent. A moderate business in discounts.
- Prime paper 6Ja7. Sterling firm at OL Gold
closed steady at 38. ' Governmcnte quiet and
steady at the close. Stocks stronger, with a gene
- ral advance in prices and improving demand.
BALTTMOEE, May 8.-Cofleo quiet and steady
Flour firm and quiet ot yesterday's advance. Com
? didi' and lower ; supply light ; white SI 24al 25J
? Sugar'firm. Provisions inactive ; bulk Shoulders]
9c; Sides, 104c; Mess Pork, $23 70. Whiskey un-l
. Br. Loins, May 8.-Flour qmet and unchangod,
'j Provisions duli and unchanged. AVhiskeV nomi
. md.-Corn heavier and dechned 2; $1.121I.?8..'
LOUISVILLE, May 8-Superfine Hour SlOulL Ba
. , con Shoulders 9a9j; clear sides 12al2?. Lard 124
NEW ORLEANS, May 8.-Sales of Cotton to-day
- .2700 boles, market unsettled and lower ; Low Mid
dungs.23a24; receipts .64 bales; exports 8132
?j9 -bales. Sugar and Molasses nommai. Flour quio t
j'; and unchanged. Cora-stock Ught and demand
' good, prices fuU. Oats-stock small, with an ac
t^-.^i*tv* demand at 95c. Pork dull 'and' miohangcd.
^|^^|ll?d?tt/itftiorcMl24, ia kegs 18$. Bacon un,
".changed, only.? jobbing; business doue. Gold 37 j
Sterling ?7a?l : t?ight lixcbaupo on Now York]
]/J. MOWLH, May S.---No solos of Cotton^-bok
KS ?.lt.- MiW^-'Beoeip?aOb?le?^-- ..->?'? i 1
?.-?K<ar?: 8^A??^?iay-. 8^^tton.-dun ?nd.dKtoph
,vtc Middhugs 23?a2 -transactions b^ht. Rocclpfl
? ..<. ;' 840-bides., - ~- . 1
recette 46. ' PticeaT?eg^.'r^f^^:;;. .
DIOCESAN CONTENTION ^
r-ROTK-STAJYT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Di SOOTH CAROLINA.
Yesterday being the timo fixod by tho Constitu?
tion for tho annual meeting of tho Convention of
tho Protestant Episcopal Church in tho Diocese of
South Carolina, a number of Clergy and Laity as?
sembled, by appointment of the Bishop, in Grace
Church, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Morning prayer was said by tho Kev. VT. B. Vf.
Hows, assisted by the Boy. J. J. SAMS. Thc ante
communion serv.oe was road by the Bev. C.
HANCKEL, D. D., and the sermon preached by the
Bev. J. J. 8AMB, from lst'Cor. viii. The Bev. Dr.
HASCKIX then proceeded with the administration
of the holy communion, being assisted in the dis?
tribution of tbe elements by the Bev. Dr. WALKE?.
i and tho Bev. Messrs. PTNCKKET and Hows.
After a brief interval, the Convention was called
to order by the Bishop.
The roll of the clergy was then called by the
Secretary, and the following answered to. their
naines, viii :
:-~-Bev3. E. E. Bellinger, Ellison Capers, J. H. Cor?
nish, VT. P. DoBoaev -C. P. .Gadsden, Philip
Gadsden, Tbos. TV Gadsden, J. - M. Green, C.
Hanckoh D. D., J. S. Hanckel, B. F. D. Perry, H.
L. Phillips. C. G. Pinckney, A. T. Porter, Vf. O.
Prentiss,. J. M. Pringle., w. H. Hanckel, P. Dawes
Hay, Vf. B. Vf. j owe, P. T. Keith, W. Vf. Lord, D.
D., A. W. Marshall, D. D., J. D. McCollough, D
McElheran, S. Mollichamp, A. Moore, J. J. Sams,
P. F. Stevens, P. Trapier, D D., E. T. Walker, J.
B. Walker, D. D., Robt Wilson.
The roll of parishes and churches .was thon
called, and the following answered, viz :
St. Philip's, Charleston ; St. Bartholomew's ;
Christ Church Parish ; St. Thomas' and St. Den?
nis'; St. Michael's, Charleston ; St. David's, Che
raw ;.-St Paul's.-BadcUffeboro' ;. St. Paul's, Pendler
ton ; Christ- Church, Greenville ; Trinity, Ed^e
?eld ; St. Joan's, Fairfax ; Trinity, Abbeville'"?
Grace, Charleston; Church of the" Advent, Spar
tanburg ; Church of the Redeemer, Orangebors?
St.- Luke's, Charleston ; Christ Church, Columbia.
The lists of the Clergy was referred to a com?
mittee consisting of the Bev. Messrs. P. TUAPXER,
J. H. CORNISH and VT. B. Vf. HOWE ; and the .cer?
tificates of Lay Deputies to a committee consisting
rf Messrs. WRAOO, F. P. ELFORD and J. 3. ~Pi
Surra. .- . _
These, committees reported' severally, as fol?
The Committee on tho List of the Clergy respect?
fully report that the ^following Clergymen are on
titled to all-tho. priv??gos of members of this Con?
vention, viz :
Bevs. Xenophon T. Anderson, E. E. Bellinger.
A. H. Cornish, J. H. Cornish, J. G. Drayton, Vf. P.
DuBose. C. P. Gadsden, A. Glonnie, J. Marion
Gieen, L F Guerry, J.S1. Hanckel, Vf. H. HanckeL
W. B. Vf. Howe, Wm. "Johnson, BobertP. Johnson!
J. Johnson, A. F. Jones, D.D.. P. Trapier Keith, L
C. Lanco, E. C. Losran; W. W. Lord, D.D., A. Vf
lilarshaU, D.D:, J. D, McCoUough, S. Melhchamp
A. Moore; C. C. Pinckney, A. T. Porter, Wi?. O
Prentiss, J. M. Pringle, B. B. Sams, Jl- J. Sams
Jos. B. Seabrook,. P. J. Shana, Jos. Stoney,- P. J?
Stevens, P. Trapier, B. S. Trapior, E. T. Walker
J. B. Walker, Robert Wilson.
2d. The following 'are entitled to seats and i
voice, but not to a vote, viz: ' ;:.
Bevs. J. B. Campbell, Ellison. Capers-, John H
Elliott, John B. Fell, Philip Gadsden. G. Hanckel
DJ}., S. D. Hay, M. H. Lance, C. E. Leveret*
Thos- N. Lucas, D. McElharan, J. Vf. Miles, J
Obear, B. F. Perrv, H. L. Phillips, Vf. T. Potter, J
J. Roberta, C. Bruce Walker, J. V. Welch.
PAUL TRAPIER, Chairman.
The Committee on Certificates ot Lay Deputies
report that the following Deputies ore, entitled ti
seats in the Soventy-soventh Annual'Coavenrioi
of .this Diocese, viz:" j . ?t\ . - . .
St. Philip's Church, Chorleal?ni^E?^VBrd^Mc
Crady, J. J. P. Smith, Vf. A. Pr^^sa. B7Le
^St Bartholomew's Parish-R. B. BJ??^^r^^Jahi
? Christ Church Parish^J. E. Dawson, Pr
neau, Elias Vonning. " T^Hl
St. Thomas and St. Dennie-Alfred Huger, JTSj
Nowell, G. Manigault.. T
I v SL Michaers church, Charleston-Wm. B. Prin
fe. Jeryey, t?. B. White; A. E. Miller.
-.- Et. Helena, Rianiort-B. M. Pullar, F. F. Sams
1^o^es^amlaan^n^^^^^^7^,^^I. ? g
Trinity Church; Columbia-Wm. Beynolds, 'Sr.
E. H. Heinitsh, J; P. Thomas, J. B. Palmer.
St. Paul's, Pendleton-VT. B. Smith.
Christ church, Greenville-H. C. Markley.
. Trinity Church, Edgefield-M. C.Butler, M. TV
Gory. " "'
St. John's, Fairfield-DuBose Eggleston, Yv. M
Trinity, Abbeville-A. Burt, A. G. Haskell, Jas.
A. Norward, W. A. Lee. ' ..' . H
St. Thaddeus', Aiken-P: T. Eayne, Amor
Coffin, H. VT. BaveneL
Grace Church, Charleston-Wm. Whaley,* A
Fitch,* F. P. Elford,* D. Jennings.
. Church of the Advent, Spartanbm-g-J. M. ELfon
T. G. Massie, J. C. Wins mi th, Whitefoord S. Smith.
Church of the Holy Communion, Charleston
G. A. Trenholm, H. L. Toomer,* John Hanckel
T. D. Wagner.
Church of tho Redeemer, Oranzeburg-J. C
Bowe, Chas. S. Ball, John Lucas,* James Fowlei
St. David s, Cheraw- T. E. Powe,* VT. Godfrey
E. J. Waddell, VT. A'. Benton.
St. Lake's, Charleston-W. C. Bae, C. ADeSau
sure,* LS. K. Bennett,* F. Pe vie Porcher,
St. John's, Bichland-Thos. Means,* -- Ba;
Jno. P. Adams, D-Weston.
Christ Church, Columbia-Thoa. B. Clarkson
Wm. Wallace, Hugh S. Thompson, Stephen I
Church off the Nativity, UnionviHe-Eobert T
Shand. D. Johnson, Edwin B. Wallace, J. 0. Farra
St. Paul's Church, in St. George's Parish-M. ]
Hutchinson. . ' -
, ;St. Luke's Parish-C. J.. Colcock,* E. M. Se
'brook, Stephen Bennett, "'
These reports being accepted, the names of De
uties were called.' and those whose names we
called are marked thus (*) . . - I
A quorum "of ?both Orders being present, t]
President declared the Convention duly organize
On motion, the - reading of the Rules of Ord
were dispensed with. i J ""
On motion, the ballot for Secretory was dispensi
with, and Bev. J. D. HOCOLLOOGH ' elected eil
.-ooce. : -^
The Secretary then appointed Bev. WM. j P. D
BOSE aa bis assistant.
On mo Lion, F. P. ELFORD waa elected Treaam
viva voce._ . . i ?J'.
The President announced the application of f
S'.ophcns', Charleston, for admission into the Cc
vention. Referred to the following 'Committ*
Bev. P. TRAPIER, E. MCCEAM, Esq., and H.:
The President appointed as preacher before i
next Annual Convention, the Bev. W. P. BuBo.
and as fais alternate Bev. ROBERT WILSON.; "? "
The President then appointed-the foll'wj
Standing Committees:.. ... .
Committee on Unfinished ?'? Business-Bev. C.
Pinckney, and Messrs. -T. B. Clarkson and.W.
. Pringle. ' ""' " "'
Committee on Finance-Mesara. Jno. Hanoi
J.D. Aiken, and Dr. A Fitch.. . ?
The report of the Standing Committee was tl
The Treas ?rr er of the Bishop's Permanent Fi
reported. On motion his rep srt was referred
. the Finance Committee.
On motion, the Treasurer of the Convent
presented his report, which was referred to
Finance Committee. '
On motion of Bev. C. C. Pinckney, the resolut
embodied in the report of the Standing Commit
was token up and agreed to.
The President of the Convention reported
action of the Advancement Society, when Bev
P. Gadsden, offered the f illowing resolution, wi
he moved lie over for consideration to-morrow.
. Resolved, That the first rule of order be am-jn
by inserting in the 6th line, after, tho words m<
; ing service-the"following words.' "After wi
on the second day of the Session the A
versary Sermon of the P. E. Society, for
advancement of Christianity, in South Carol
maybe defiyered.'' , . ....
On motion of Bev. C. P. Gadsden, the C
vention then adjourned to meet again <to-mox
Au Old Southern Planter to Senator
The subjoined letter was sont to Senator WILSON
while he was in our city. It waa written by one ot
our old Ume gentlemeri, and wo have no doubt will
bo road'with much interest.
CHARLESTON, May 4th. 1867.
Totitc Hon. Henry Wilson of.Massachusetts.
Sus-Thc accid nt winch occasioned your deten?
tion in this city to-day, enables me to address
you a few. words,.in relation, to your harangue de?
livered yesterday. I bog to observe that you
did not deal so fairly with the people' of South
Carolina as you aro reported to have dono with the
people of Virginia and North Carolina. In those
States, on the soveral occasions when you address?
ed tho gatherings," a citizen was permitted to
reply to you, and the poison was thus neutralized.
Here you have do vis ed the. pian of being an?
nounced through the public print, and tlirongh the
presiding officer of the meeting, as an invited ora?
tor; and in your introduction you claim to be here
and to speak " in compliance wuh invitations.'
in this wa-yand by these means, you secured your?
self, from an answer which would have exposed
yot&as an. emissary of the' Ne ;v England Anti
Fred Trade! Protective Tariff Consolidation Inter
est,;whp30 leading objects can . only be subserved
by "^dSrid?ns? the votos of the South. In other
words,, by. arraigning the negro against tho South?
ern whites, and on the side of the Now England
man?fa<?turor?! as thoix spocial friends.
You would have done no moro than sheer justice
to us if you had offered to let us, be heard ; and
you woui?--havo contributed to the enlightenment
of your ?o?Qr?? au dione o, if you hod suffered us to
Bhow.tl??j?.Tiow directly antagonistic the interests
of New England ore to their and pur . agricultural
"pursuits; and how imperative it is upon both Mucks
'aniwhites in the South..to getridoftiie ^friendly..
ABS-?f.New England nighr?xa^ign on ita for their
'benefit, o?d.to"baunitedand standrfirmly together
-in demanding that tho fruit of our labor shall not
bo"p?c'Sbted by Lowell, Lynn"and Boston.'
y In the plenitude, too,-:of your conscientiousness
tod candor, I pray you;.?^;your next address, enr
(ter a little into the history of the slave trade, and
tell your auditors the truth-that your ancestors
* of Massachusetts Rhode Island. Connecticut, New
York and Pennsylvania, brought to this country
all the Africans who ever came here, and ttiey so>d
them to thc people, of the South. That they had all
the ships and sailors, and the South had none.
That the trade was profitable to New England and.
thc North, and that tho money derived from it baa
enabled them to outstrip the Sout-hj in wealth and
prosperity-and then turn to the'Sescendanta of
those Africans and say to them-"ITie U?ii?hisiTato
cent cf the crime of enslaving you. Yankee,
cupidity conceived, planned, and executed the
A truth like this will be more useful in recon?
ciling these Freedmen to their " former masters,"
if that were your purpose, than ali your advice to
them to go to work and raise cotton, for the bene-,
fit of New England, to vote on the side of justice
and right, which you mterpret'to'Vbe:'the Yankee
side of every question. - And then again, sir, be
just lo yourself and your past record, and say out
boldly to these people,'-that they never would
have been liberated by the North, if tike South
could have boen vanquished without it. It was to
overcome tho South, by the use of a couple of hun?
dred thousand of: their bodies as breastworks,
(when the South had not that number ali in all, )
that they were promised liberty, and have now re?
ceived it. This too, will help them to under?
stand the kind of friendship you people have for
?*"I will askyou in conclusion, to invite discussion ?
before "the Freedmen, and in your presence, that
they may have both sides, and you may have full
opportunity to reply to any one who may see fit to
answer you. I have the honor to be, yours,
'.? . "' tl ' ' w- H
- Foreign Itama, ."'' ]
estimated val?e of terminable annuities. In the
same year the terminable' annuities created were
?102,283, those expired ?79,791, the value of those
reduced, ?589,613; obligations were cancelled' to
the amount,of ?2,551,800, anl fonded debt poid off
to $2,455,066. ....... :
Greit distress prevails in the mining districts in
Cornwall, England. In consequence of the stop?
page of numerous mines and the suspension of
operations in many others, hundreds of poor fami?
lies oro reduced to great destitution, while the
number of unemployed is three thousand. In
three parishes alone-namely,' S -thney,. Breage
and Wendron, there oro about two thousand out
of work. Iii and around Camborne -and Redruth
there is also a vast amount of distress.
- Tue cure of a Swiss village in the Canton du Va?
lais named Kaomp ten hos amused his leisure hours -
by compiling a comparative table of the annual
expenditure, of the forty -nino States of Europe in
the year 1864. The total? eleven milliards of
francs. But what shocks the good cure is that
while five miliiartis of this vast um are absorbed,
by warJmdgots. only one hundred and twentyrflye;
nnilionB ot it waa applied to public instruction
and yet 1864 was a pacific year.
A mjl of M. Thiers against the-empire is re?
peated in Paris. "How is it, M. Thiers, that you
-did not insist more strocglj-inthe Chamber?on.
having interpellations on the Luxemburg bntjLa 3as? i
li?bl?'to.be embodied th?' yeari for "exemption
from military service. The price last year .'was1
2100 tranca. .:.',:'--. ??
STATE DINNER AT THEBES.-a.-correspondent of
the Commercial Advertiser, writing from Egypt,
describes the dimer customs : of the highest cir?
cles, as follows : "'While '.St -Thebes, wa wore'-in
vit-jd to dino with the Governor, Selim Eftendi, and
our Consular Agent, Mustapha Aga.' There were
nine in" the porty. As we were .ushered into the
dining apartment, a servant handed each guest a
towel, and hold a metallic basin, ..while another
poured water over, the hands. We were then sea-ted
on cushions, on the floor, around a circular metal?
lic table, about eighteen inches-high, with a rim
around it. In front of each guest was ? spoon
and a pi?ce of bread. " First - came soup, of which
each dipped. Thea boiled fowl W^tf placed in the
centre of the table, and rapidly and gracefully
car ved by the Governor with his fingers. ?.. He'then,
with bis fingers, passed a piece to each.'
The greatest compliment an Arab can pay is to
-pass'to you the leg of a fowl, after having first bit?
ten alfa mouthful for himself. : Then came eleven
other dishes in rapid su?5(>ssldn,':?ach served in
the sa-mo-ma-nner-^vtm dfthCK that "were like our
pies and puddings! -The cooking was all good and
seasoning excellent. After, we arose-from the table
carno long -pipes-dhiboux, and coffee? preceding
which, however*;. A$%. ceremony of washing the
hands waa gone'through with, and they needed it.
We were soon uaherod into the, moin- ball of the
house, and witeeaeed ail exhibition of dancing,
accompanied by Egyptian., instrumental ? music
The dancing women are tlie moat beautiful of all
"the fair and frail" of Egypt, and dance aa did the
daughter of Horadios-which, I should: Bay, was
all the worsVfoj tho daughter." . ;-. :.:. . --.
;It. is understood that tad ;?ixth .session of the
International Statistical' Congress will be held this
year in Florence- Prince Humbert, of Savoy, will
preside; and-the session,' which commences on ?se
28fch of September, will probably extend over nine
or ton- days. A''programme, embracing a very
widr field of statiBtical.ifiqhiry;-ha? Been prepared
by Dr.'Moeatri, tho accomplished direo.or of the
Italian Bureau fit Stailstice. Delegates from all
nations;-and from learned and scientific societies,
ara invited to attend the Congress, tho mais object
of whose deliberations is to bring about a uniform
plan ot-statistical observation and record, eo as to
facilitate the comparison of onostate with another.
JjAjr .IMPOBTANT -? UONSCXTATIOS.-An exchange
toys that ?iijor Whittles?y, of tho United States
army; spent vcouplo of days iii New Havan u?t
week, to consult with theofucors of Yale College in
relation tia a"project to Jconoect :thoragular army
more closely' wita our principal li terory his titutions,
by eatabbslimg military proifwsarauips ia them
and.making ascertain number, of their grad?
uate i officera in tho army; Major Whitslesoy is a
commissioner of the War Department to obtain
the views bf theieiding colleges -on- the subject,
toa^etithrthepreptsration of a bill tobe pw?
sented at the next session of Congress,-2T. Y.PQSL.
Storage of Petroleum.
Editor Daily News :
The now Ordinance regarding tho storage of
petroleum, which you regard with euch strong ad?
miration in your issue ol yesterday, should bo en?
titled au "Ordinance to injure the Wholesale Trado
of Charleston." The Committco have prepared a
Bill more sweeping in lits restrictions than has
been enacted in any other wholesale mort in thc
whole country. They have, apparently, only
viewed one side of the question, and summoned
before them only such persons as would testify in
accordance with their preconceived opinions, thus
furnishing grounds for] the belief that from tho
commencement of the partial investigation, thc re?
sult was a foregone conclusion-although so entire
a prohibition of the wholesale trade was hardly to
be expected. This ordinance provides that petro?
leum nnd its products shall not bo stored scuth of
line street, in quantities of over ono barrel, and
that for only one day-thus necessitating tho
building or hiring of warehouses to specially store
an article which is now of os common sale and
traffic os turpentine or rosin, both of which pro?
ducts burn as readily as petroleum, if an ospecirl
effort ia made to ignite them. Wo deny in toto
that kerosene or petroleum, refined to tho tiro test
of 110 degrees, is exceptionally dangerous; arid a
recent United States Law ("Amended Bovonue
Law. March 1, 1867,") which we annex, provides,
Sac 29. And be il farther enacled. That no per?
son shall Trii-r for sale': naohtha and illuminating
oils, or shall knowingly .sell, or ksep for aale, or
offer for sa'o srtoh mixture, or shall sell or offer
for sole oil mode from petroleum for illuminating
purposes, inflammable at loss eraperatur.! or fire
tost than 110 degrees Fahrenheit,.and any person
so doing shall be held: to bo guilty of a misde?
meanor, and on cohvkmoa thereof by indictment
or presentment in anypqurtbf tba United States
having competent jurisdiction, shall be punisho d
by a fine of nqt lesa tuan.$100 nor moro than $500,
and by imprisonment" for a term of not less than
six months nor more thin threo years.
The Ordinance in question was, undoubtedly,
framed, not for ibo best interests of the merchants
of Charleston, but to satisfy an ignorant prejudice
existing in . the jninds :of ^tho-members of the
Board of Underwriters, who ?:were chie.1v ihstru-'
mental in concocting* BiB Vwbioh ?nt-Herod's
Hj^oDinitasveopingxcstrictiorts. So far as our
knowledge extends, ?o' person Interested in the
purchase, sale, or 'st?ragolof' petroleum was sum?
moned before the Ct)nrlnitt?6i 'and * no opportunity
was afforded for rebr?ting: .-teTOinoriy-tho Ordi?
nance being based ?roott'.ex parte evidonc?, the
Committee quietly intering the pld'axiom of there
ibemg.two sides to evyry/ question. Tho jobbing
trade in petroleum m'ist now 'bb' abandoned, and
Savannah, Baltimore, and other wholosalo morts
wiH reap tho profits .of : a .business which is daily
increasing in magnittdo, aiid Sow, as an article of
. export, ranks third uiValue, while the home con
sumpti??^iT-iiirti?flr aa'TOrsoi1.Jx?? ?22^ttee
were not, perhaps, aware that' the^rates of "ene"
firm m tho city averaged- over twp hundred bar?
rels per mouth during ' tho ? post wint?r, aB of
which was shipped to the" interior of this State and
Georgia, besides selling, m fifttf^barrel lots in bond
for export; a trade that this ordinance - effectually
Now, we submit, Mr. Editor, whether the large
and increasing trade ' should bo so Bummarily
crushed, without affording ths po^t?-peamiaTily"
interested even a bearing.. : , It may tetbitthe ??,-.
terests of the " InsuxanbeV Companies ore -para?
mount to those of our pwn'-'citissa^ 'Md;
large profits accruing^fcbm?the pr^^
of insurance should bo/^j?e^b^
thcbe companies, (mostly located North) rather
than that the jobbing trado of our city - ekouH-be
fostered and developed. -
this Petroleum ?xdLu^ci^
hamfKjring trodn. it icSoctually and completely des?
troys it, and is ofti.it class of sumptuary laws,
whick' wise and pr&de?t^'gi?ls^?s only enao t af?
ter tho moat t^toi^gh and careful investigation.
^^t^?^5|S-?i'-'.''.' ' -MEBCTAWiaf.'.
r-rrr ; " ?;.:
ie many mqai?ise?
ous portions pf tho
improvement in :he cona
the raina have abated. As a.general thing the'
freedmen oro applying themselves to their crops,
with bs good will and determination os can be ex?
pected.. Should favorable seasons assist the ener?
getic efforts of our people the present year, our
planting community will be on their feet for future'
- WE HAVE" NOW ADDED TO OTJB NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a most extensive and
complete '. " '.. >.
Supplied with a great' variety pf PLAIN AND
^adSC?. jTxTEj of the "latest abd: most: approved
styles; and we have every facility for executing,
[all kinds of JOB WORK in
I -' FRENCH,
Bill and Letter Heads
7 Steamboat Printing.
?e":&c.,- - &c, '' &o.
TK0SE OF Omi FRIENDS DE
S?K?NG JOB WORE, will please
leave their orders with ns. We
W?1 gnarant?e as good work, and
at as CHEAP BATES? as can be
had in Charleston.:
t?ffiAlfc & MORI?
OUR SPRING STOCK IS WW
ready, and comprises a belter assort?
Adapted to. this market, than, we
hare ever offered. We have given
particular attention m getting np
this Stock to lightness of fabric,
strength of material and durability
of color. Much the larger portion
of our Stock is made In our own
workshop, and we warrant it in
"T^^^?RrfrcyS?. e?ualto custom work.
We have Goods not of ?V1 oWr?'iu?i?,
ufacture, such as are usually sold
ready-made, the difference;^ shall
be glad to show our custonj?j?s^.T.
In fixing, our pri?es, ' from which*
we make no deviation, Ave nave taken, ?
into consideration the . depreSSecF .
state of the market, and theniifai^ ;
sal desire to Tinygoods cheap^^l^ '
We give 'below some of.' our lead*
ing prices : -. ? . -.^jv^.
?CEZIXpj?^ .?v/eJt? Obj >
f^vwooi. TWEED suira...J.. ?3ap?q
^3I^(^'?i^^ Iff _ ? ' '
BU1TS, our own. makeT..:.. .17 DOT :
.THREE STYLES OF MIDDLESEX CASSI
MEBE SUITS, DABS, MEDIUM, AND
LIGHT MISTURES.........:....... ..3 00
BLACK AND WHITE MK CASSTMEBE
. SUITS....7..-."'.aa od.
SILK MTX TRICOT, DIFFERENT MIX?
FINE BLACK GERMAN TBICOT SUIIS... .27 00
DARK BROWN GRAIN DE POUDER
BLACK DRESS SUETS, ranging in price
from... .?.9 to 62 00.
LINEN STjrrS,from..i:......$5to20 00
In addition to the above, we have
many - good Styles; of LIGHT ?ND. !
IN ITU LL SUITS '
And in Pants and Tests.
j DRAB DsiETE SUITS
j MARSEILLES VESTS, White and Fancy
BLUE FLANNEL SETTS, of very fine quality
I HEAVY WHITE DUCK SUITS, Ac, &o. /
In addition to ocr usual assort?
ment pf GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH?
ING GOODS, we wisE^ call parti?
cular attention tp pur. _:- ;
We have made -arrangements to
I have our SHIRTS made by var own j
Pattern, and we think the; will
compare ? favorably in styled and fit
with any Shift on the market.
THEY COMPRISE FOUR QUAL?
ITIES, $2 50, $3 00, $3 50, and
We Invite the attention of COUN?
TRY MERCHANTS and PLANT?
ERS'.TO OUR STOCK, which we
are selling in quantities at very low
prices, V . "J';-'3^' ?
M?ILAR, WIUJAMS & PARKER,
No. 270 EJNG STBEET,
CORNER OF HASEL, . f1
OKABlljaSTON^ S.; ?.
By tho Rev. Dr. Murren, on tho evening of tho 6th. Mr.
ALBE.T BARUCH to Miss FUEDREIKA COHEN, both
yt this city, i: J cards.
Thursday evening Moy 2d. 1867. at tho resldcnco of
Ihe bride's father. In this cit , by tho Rev E. T. WINK
LKR. D. D., Mr. JuHN W. LINLEY to Miss IDA C..
younger daughter of WM. ?3. and M. E. CARPENTER, al)
jf thia City. *
On tho ovening o tho 6th Mav, 1867. bv thu Rev. JOHN
MOORE. at his residence, Mr. FRANK GOODWIN and
Miss ANNIE McF.VDDE. .
New lorie Herald, Washington and Brooklyn papers
please copy. *
On th? lBt inst., ot the resldcnco of tho bride's father,
an tho Sst. Johns river. Florida, by tho Rev. Father DEM?
ETRIUS MAROONA. JAMES .SALVO, of Chariest ID, S. C..
IO MARTHA ISABEL, youngest daughter of MATHEW
SOI^ANA Esq., of Mt. Augustine, Florida,
Relatives, Friends and Acquaint?
ances of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN CHRISTOPHER, aro re?
spectfully invited to attend the Funeral Services of tho
latter from her late residence, cornor King and Miry
Streets, at two o'clock TA? Afternoon. 1* May 9
?SS-MR. J. GOETJEN IS AIT'OINTED AS MY
Attorney during my absence from this State.
May 7 3* A. ?INSTADT.
as-WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. W LUTING, Esq., as a candidate tor Sheriff ol
Charleston Undi dall District, at the nest election.
SS- ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU?
MAN EYES mode to order -and inserted by Dm. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGLEMANlSfafcrmorly employed by
ROIBSONNEAU, of Paris), No. 699 BroSfHr. New York.
April 14 . lyr
tf&- NOTICE.-THREE MONTHS .-?AFTER
dato? application will be mode for renewal of loBtsCortifl?
oate of Stock in the Charleston Dry Dock Company, No.
15. for 48 Shares, issued March 1,1852, belonging t?tho
estate bf J. S. COBEN. V. J. COHEN, Administrator.
April 9 lamo3
ea- NOTICE TO MARINERS.-C APT AINS
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vesse-s in Ashley
River, sro requested not to do so anywhere within direct
range of tho heads of the SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, on the Charleston and St Andrew's side ci
the Ashley Bl ver; by which precaution, contact with the
Harbor Master's OfflceTcharieston, February 6,1866.
T february 7
?TERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLEMAN
who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Pre?
mature Decay, and all the effects of youthful Indiscre?
tion, will, for the sako.of suffering humanity, send tree,
to all who need it, tho receipt and directions for making
the simplo' remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience, con do
so by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
April 22 3mos* No 42 Cedar street. Now York.
LIFE FOR THE HAIR positively restores gray hair tc
tts original color and youthful beauty ; imparts life un.,
strength to the weakest hair; stops its falling out ai
once; keeps the head deas; is unparalleled os s hal
i^esaing. Sold by ali Druggists and fashionable h ur
Tr,l^*??^^ai^^oyoflice, No. 1123 Broadway, New
r^BCra,^^^^'"**"*^jL1A. CHEVALIER. M. D.
, . Opposite Cliaxle:!t?t^*B?SBB
iii'omimaiyii ? mrm0tt$mimmimr > '
mir' BATO H EL'5rB?S ? '.MMK um????
fflPBttBj^gfflj TM&'is thc lauwa wH|?i%
?al?_rni< and perfect. fl??--h?em)eaart??^?ilab!^S
j^p.^^-,^, nfgrrt ri"?rainIII -I"-IIII.fm- g
4?j?i.innm-|nltaWnim. ami sbanM-ba. ajAtdetl. JgB '~',
Druggists and^ ^Ptj^rnors^FAMrir^ No? B9t "' '?'? ''' -
??T.H??iL'S VEGETABLE ^SO?S?JpWW
S|^R^^j^i^.l^;ito be thex^.tfe^c' Vt*-.
paration for tho "bair ever offered to tho pnhhcJ*-- -.
2^?jij5S?>^^^'; compound, and contains noTpdjii!?09.
properties whatever. - . - J>* %'' yv ' -x
IT: WILL RESTORE G SAY HAIR T?^S^BIOniAL
co?>?^-',;;-i ,., * ?s^r-, ? ? ? /- ..w
and silken. - ,-> ':' ' -~r="'
It is a splendid hair dressing.
. No person, old or young, should fail tb use it
IT' IS RECOMMENDED AND USED B? THE FIRST
?3- Ask for Han'? Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
and take no other. K. P. HALL i: CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
' Far sale by alt Druggists. Wholesale by
DOWIE & MOISE,
. SUCCESSORS TO KING A D CAS i 1DEY,
Marchi thiy* ' Charleston, S. C.
iarA YOUNG LADY B?TUBNTNG TO HER
country home, airer a sojourn of a lew montas in the
a ty, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of.
a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had a soft ruby com?
plexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of !
tw nty-three she really appeared but dghteen. : Upon in- |
quiry aa to the cause of BO great a change, she plainly'
told them that she used the CERCAS IAN BALM; and i
considered it an invaluable acquisition to any lady's toilet
By its use any Lady or Gentlemen can improve their per?
sonal appearance an hundred sold It is simple in its
combination, aa Nature hersell is simple yet unsurpaas- ]
ed in its etnca>7 m drawing impurities from, also heal- 1
lng, donning and beautifying the skin and complexion.
By its direct action on the cuticle it draws from it an its
impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the sur
faca as Nature i - tended it should be-clear, soft smooth
and beaucuul. Frico $1, sent by Mail or Express, on re
oeipt of an order, by
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. T.
The only American Agents for the sale of the same.
' March 80 * ~ : ly
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA
. ',' ...v.... .." .. . .'.*?",...: _ .\
Charleston and Savannah Steans
VIA BEAUFORT AND H1LTOH HKifl.
Steamer ^BB0f^Xl9?!!ff?!ffTX:i^tS?^^?Tt. MONELST.
-PE^-?KAVB ACCOMMODA^IC>N WMA-1U>'. GiIAKL?> 1 ON,
JLi and. Charleston Wharf, Savannah, every Monday
Weeinea lay, Friday aaffSaturday mornings, at '7 o'dock
S The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Friday, and
Savannah every Sateroay.
' The ELIZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday ana iri
The FANNIE' leaves Charlina ton every Monday, and
Savannah every Wednesday, touching at Bluffton going
Freight raccived daily and stored free of charge.
, Freight to an points except Savannah must be prepaid.
No Freight received atter sunset. ? - - ?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON et HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHORN & CONINGHAM. Agents,
? . Savannah, Ga. .
. 7. Bv-Through Tickets ?old at the Odtoe of ta e Agen?
cy i i 'Charleston to pointa o? the Atlantic and Galt Bafl
rcvii, a.d to Femandlua and points on tho St John's
River. ; . ? , .. . Aprill5
BEVOTED IO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ' ABT,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS HEWb.
Cheraw, S. C. Published weckly"by W. JJ. T. PRINC1
..' c .* ' i - ' TKHMS or BCBScarrnoN : .
One copy one year.....Ot
One copy six months............. 2 00
O^'?^thre?:months...... : .. io?
Five copies one year:.?..1$ 00
HATES or ADVEirrisrNo s
One Square, ten linea or leas, first insertion. ..SI 59
For each subsequent insertion..; ..100
? All Advertisements to be distinctly marked; or they
will be published unta ordered oat, and charged accord
., Marchante sad others advertising hythe year, - libe?
ral eduction on th? aliove rates will 5? -nade i
". j?OVemoei .fc :..'..
TS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
X Mercnantu and busmess men'try lt for a fow months.
"Nc? risk uogairuV. Send olv your cards end increase
'.wnWaito Uaa?-tea?--3a?r??iiCTblng4<> equal i CTwr-s
Ink-it baa made "HjjMlHMaMfli ja? ??st
SB Advor?semeutB inserted at the ruto o? kl per square ol
twdve hues or less tor oaoU Insertion.
Cards of ten lites or lets, at tho rate of $10 for turee
Coatr?Ti? by"5o?j?ri|s?tfl^ai? mon?u;. aUom^ rriv
::aw?w?rii>-^.' ? ' ? '??? . ,i ;?;V?V;
Every ?tyle ot Jo_ .
ttyie ?nd greatest dispato?,.
_>Ar, AT 8UMy
ii'ia&A* in advance.
FOR SOUTH EDICTO, FENWICK'S ISL-|
AM? A.\? WAT LANDINGS.
THE STEAMER IDEA, CAPTAIN CHARLES WTLI
LEY. will rcceivo froiebt Tins D'y at Atlantic!
iViiarf, and leave To-Sturrow Morning, 10th instant, at 7|
1'or Freight or passage, apply on board, ot Atlantic!
>VharL,_1? _May 9
FOR <5 MIDNER'S BLUFF,
AND ALL I\T15RilEm\TE LAAD UV G S OIi|
TI?E PEE DEE UIVER.
THE LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER
PL A. KTTER,
CAPTAIS JOHN FERGUSON,
IS NOW RECTTVINT*FR1=TGHT AT ACCOMMODA-!
HOS WHAIt ". and will leave with dispatch. |
All Frrignt must bj prepaid. No Freight recoivod afJ
ter sunset. 1
For Freight engagements, app'y to
FERGUSON & HOLMES. Agents,
May 0_Accommodaaon Wharf.
FOR EDISTO AND ilJ??iV?LL??
W- "W- PRAZIER,
CAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT.
\T7TLL LEAVE ATLANTIC 'WHARF AS ABOVE,
'V Frida?, May 10. at 9 o'clock A. M.
Shippers will talc: notice that no goods will be receiv?
ed nnlow tain Freight Ls prepaid.
For Freight or Passago, apply on board or to
JXO. & THEO. GETTY.
May 9 1 No. 48 yt East Buy.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STE AH.
COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDE A HEEI
FOR NEW YORK.
J? J-'fc-t.sr. THE FINE STEAMSHIP CHAMPION
^S^^T; Capt L. M. MUBRAV, will leave Itrnwi
.??>??;..'%*?*'' k Oj.'s South Wh.-u-r' on Saturday, Ma;
-- lltli, at 12 o'clock P. M.
J83~ The Snips o; this Ltne insure FIRST-CLASS
ana are provided with ELEGANT ACCOMMODATION!
for pasiwmrer*. 1
Cfs- i he Champion is tho o ly stdewheel stearne:
leaving Charleston this week.
For Freight or Passage, applv to
STREET BROTHERS St CO.,
May_7_No. 7* East Bay.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LISE.
FIRST CABIN PASSAGE TPN DOLLARS.
??.^t- _ ONE or THE FAVORITE AND ELE
? S GANT STEAMSHIPS
-^/:'.-.;vr- QUAKER Cil Y, I SARAGOSSA,
W -??=B . -.- I GRAVAI A,
Wm leave Adder's South Wharf every Saturday.
THE STEAMSHIP "
... ^........ :.. ?'ra^R^^ji^jy-^^-. !
?x - CAPT^ISA?C DAVIS;" "',
TTT/TIi LEAVE-BOYCE'S WHARF AB ABOY? EVER:
Returning will. leaveSavannah. every Saturday MOTT
tiigr.d 6 o'clock. . ? - ' ; \. .
' . Fro ghi reci'ivsd daily and.- stored fro* :?f charge-. A
Freight must IKJ prtfp. id, except Freight to Savannati.
For x leight ox Passage apply tcv -v ..? ^?-i: " '
?<:.:" - " ^^V.W.WwSHAEjteLEORD.
NEW TORK ASID BKSSSZSSI STEAMS UL
COMPANY. ' - ? ;
THE FIRST-CLASS U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIP
?3 LA. IJ T I o ,
. Ai G. JONES. Master,
Will leave Pier No. 46, N. H., on Saturday, April 20, i
. POR SOUTHAMPTON A^D BREMEN,
taking passengers to Southampton, London. Havre as
Bremen, at the followi: g rates, payable in gold or ll
equivalent In currency:
S First Ca. in. illO; .Second Cabin, $6f; Steerage, Sit
From Bremen, Southampton and Havre to -New ?oi.
First Cabin, il 10; Second Cabin, ?75; Steerage, ?43.
EXCURSION TIOKETS Our:AND HOME-Pta
Cabin, 1.210; second Cabin, S>130; Steerage, i.70.
WASTERS METROPOLI , Capt. Wat. WEB.May
NEW STEAMER:...Y.-;, vi;.-May 0
For Freight or Passage appiy to
WAAC TAYLOR, President,
? Fe marv 27_ly . No 40 Broadway. N. Y.
FOR PAlfiT10L,V FL?Ii
FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE.; .AND' Ali TH
LANDINGS OK THE ST. JOHN'S. RT?BR.
: ?.? : VIA -
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
TC D I O T A T O R? "
" 'lO?fl TONS BURDEN, ' ' '
CAPTAIN LOUIS it COXETTER.
O^^tK AFTER THE 2STH OCTOBER, THIS PI?
SHEP.wjll sau oom Middle Atlantic Wharf, eva
rrutaij,iglu, ax, lu o'clock, for the above places.
All freight must be paid here by shippers.
Gangs o? ogroca-vll bs t Sen to tho abo e parnta !
the St John's River at i5 each. chILj.n muer ti
ycaraoi age free. Horses ?nd Mules at re -need rates.
,*S"*l?aI':ry. advertising "the DICTATOR"*
g^^d'8^tmue their notices ?nd send account to t
For Freight or Passage apply on boara, ta- tot
w""' r 8 ntn *tla tic . ,_Jan::a-r*<
' ? . THE STEAMER ' K
10OO TONS BURTHEN. 9
O APTA IN L. M. .CO XE XT BS, ?
11/ILL LEAVE MIDDEE ATLANliC WHARP STE?
For Freight or Passago, appiy on board, or to o&ceB
J. D. AIKEN ls CO., ?aentsTB
January 5 _? s .nth Atlantic WnarlS
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C
TOUCHTNG AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVE
LY MIUS, AT-O LANDINGS ON Xii*
THE FINE STEAMER
; E MI IJ x B,
;.. ? ; ? , CAPTAIN ISAAC DAVIS, ^
"TfriLL I EAVE BOYCE'S WHARF AS ABOVF. EVE
TT Monaag u- ? nina, at 0 o'olock. i toning, i
leave Georgetown every W'.ina. ay Morning, at 6 o'clo
Freight recei.ed (Lily, and slored ixe? ot charge.
Par freight or passade apply to
... W. W. SHACK EXFORD,
So. 1 Boyce's Whan
N. R-AD freight must bo prepaid, and none r-ro ?
after dark _'_- Aprs 2
XS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERBY"C. H..
ts par annum, and, having a latas dieu
through ?a the upper and lower Distzicts of tha
?narda great advantages to advertisers.
Estes cor advertising Tory retawnablo-ft? whioh a"
toour Afioat, Mr. X. #. SLIDER, attoTu^Haw^'
THE AIKEN ?^RISS"
T^T%WI?I>SSE:R"T?)I,CBIJ[S=IN THE TOWS s
sL*MTT'n,?,C-' * West '-' ?a,2?r nado ?bovi ?j
~J?, , o0.^1. ?oner- ' mteiagence-PoHacal. C
taercial, 3-Jcial, Litcraiy, jmd ReUidona-with .a r
UMit of Agriculture, Lucluding tho Field, the Orenai
tne^vincyard, and tho uaicien. A News aummaryl
eontaui a 0ige? ot the important event? of tao i 1
wul occupy a p tion ot the paper, and particular t
tia.- wlU bo given to the unsettled quos?on oi l
best adaptedtoour new.oor.m?on, and the oveiop:
oftoeresourcee of the .country m Manufiu^ansT
cutturo, Prm^r*isi=si aaa moagtottu^P^^^
. Term?-?3 a year, m advance. - iTT....