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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Our Cubic Disjpntt lien.
LONOO.N, July 8.-Thu English Government ?H
about tu solid a body of troups to Absyntiin.
PAniH, July fl.-Tho International Mouuy Con?
grues |iru| uses to tlx I lin standard gold coin nt ii ve
frailea mill ilH multiplicities. .
TnixoTE, July n. - A licet in limier preparation to
proceed lu Moxicu and dotimnd Maximilian's
LONDON, Julv 8- Noon.-COIIHOIH OH; bond? 73.
IiivEiirooL, July 8- Noon.-Colton dull, Salus
10.IXIU bales. Uplands lOJd.; Orleans lld. Bread
stilus, Provisions mid 1'i'iidiiuo iiiicliuii..'ci1.
Heir rn A MIT?N, July 8_Thu Vesta toil -lied.
LONDON, July 8-'2 P. M.-Condoin and liomin
LivLiu-oL, July 8-2 T. M.-Colton easier. Brond
stuns unchanged. Baoun i-.'-i. Tallow Ol.-.; oth?
ers lllielianj;i .].
WASHINGTON, July 8 -Tho ('emmittoo of Niuo
on ItccoiiBt ruction li ivo prepared n bill. It places
tho K la te Uovcrninent in completo subjection to
tho military cominan ki, whoso pievinm netti
aro validated, lt nmkes Ino Uaanls of llngis'.nrs
Judges ortho qiialillcations fur registration; for?
bids tin rviutivul of Commanders without tho nd
rico or COIIHCIII of the Senate, orsuuloiico of court
martial. It forbids tho civil courts, whether Fed?
eral or State, lt cnn interfering willi n commander
or h?B agents neting lintier Ins authority, tir from
ontortaiiii ig criiuiv I or civil ptoceo lings ag lins?
thom for euy a ta tionc under lawn to winch this is
It is elated that (louerai Herron, of Louisiana, i i
an applicant (ur tho Muxicnn mission
WA nui-, ti TON, July 8.-In lite I louee a largiMiiiui
her ot Dills Wera introduced ami referred without
tlabatc. Tho Committee un Elections reported
that no person who hail given aid and comfort to
tho rcltellitui should ho allowed lu. Hwnar In; but
disloyalty ol eunstitiieiitii, ur illegality or ulectlOMS,
should not provonl member i Irntu holding n cer
titicato nut! sivoaring in. Tho report WOS laid tm
tho tahle and prinled.
1'hc resolutions culling lor tho pronoetlingH bf
tho Cabinet nu reconstruction wuru passed liv u
volo of 103 tt> 2ti.
Mr. Dutlur moved lint a Special Committee of
Fivo, with in>ivei- tu solid for persona, anti papers,
ho appointed to invest?galo the assassination, timi
that iho Coimnittco premiso tho pruluction of Hid
House tu Bccoiuplicou who havo not buen tried ur
hontouced, and who uiay glvo vnluiihlo ovidoncu.
Tho rules wcro snspoiidetl and tho resolution
Mr. StcvoiiH, from tho Coimnittco of niuo, in?
troduced tho following Dill :
-wert, mat It iSlioroby declared tu Ba tho truu in?
tent end moaning of'tho Act of the 2d of March,
1867, entitle,I nu Act to pr?vido lor tim inure
efficient government nf thu rel el Stales, mid uf |
tho Act suppl- inciitnry thereto, paused nu thu 2i.l
March, 1807, thal tho government limn oxisting in
tho rebel Slates of Virginia, North Carolina. Huiilh
Carolina, Gcorgin, Mississippi, Alabama, Louis?
iana, Florida, Texas and At Karn au, nero illegal
mid void, aud that hcreaflor said governments, if
cont'unto J, wcro lo ho sn bp el, in all respects, to
tho military Commandern ot lliolr respectivo dis?
tricts, and to tho authority of Cougross.
SECTION 2. That tho said Acts.to which this is a j
supplement shall bo com ti ned to nuthorizu tho
ntUeer assigned to tho coniniand of any M dil arv
District under said Acte, whenovor ho shall doom
it necessary for tho due performance of Ilia dmies'l
under said Acts, lo remoro ur suspend fruin ofileo ?
any inuuicipal or Slate ofticor or pei.-?on excroiling
authority under or by virtue ofnu.v uo-c.tllo t Stale
Government existing in his diulrict, and tho said
oflicor assigned lo command os aforesaid is hereby I
empowered lo appoint another person in the stead
of tho officer or person so removed if he shall doom
proper to do so, and whenever ho may dconi it
necessary ss aforesaid to prohibit, suspoud ur sot
asido Buy Act or proceeding uf any such Statu, or
municipal State or Governments, or any Act or
tiling dono under or by virtu ; O? ita authority, and
all Acts hcrotofuro dnuo by tiny euch olticor lu ac?
cordance herewith shall bc deemed valid.
SECTION 3. That tho Boaids or Hcgibtration of I
tho sovcral military districts established by tho
Ao'.a to which this is supplementary, shall admit
to registration only such perenna au they deem en?
titled to bo rcgislorod aa aforesaid. Thoy shall
not regard tho taking of tho oath prescribed "in tho
Act of March 23, 18(?7, conclusivo ovitleuco of tho
right of tho person taking it to bo registered, but
prima facia, and may receive such ovidouco under
oath aa they may deem proper, cither from thu
pcrunn applying to ho registered, or others, and
either ot tho mein bom of tho said Boards is hereby
authorized lo adiniuister oat ha or affirmai ?omi, anti
examino wUnoasoa touching tho right or any jior
eon to bo registered. Said Boards uf Ttoirietriilion
may stnks from tho list ul voters tho mime ot any
ono airo .dy registered who, in their judgment, im?
properly took tho oath prescribed in tho Acts to
which this is merely supplementary; or was
no. entitled by said acts to bo rogistcrcd. Tho
record of ovidouco ."ball not bo required by
said boards to provo particip?t ion in tho rebellion,
but parolo evidence shall ho sufficient to ostnblisli
the fac? or such participation, enid boards of j
registration shall not bo bound or governed in
their action by any opinion of any ouicor of tho
United States Government.
Sr tm ON 4. That no civil Court of tho United
Status, or of any Stato shall havo jurisdiction tu?
nny action, or proceeding, civil ur criminal against
any such Di ti .et Commander, or any officer or
person acting by his authority, for or on nccuant
of thodiechargo or tho duties imponed upon him by
this act or tho acta to which it is supplementary.
SECTION G. That no district cotnninndor shah
bo relieved from tho command assigned to him
under tho aforesaid acte, unless tho Ronato shall
havo been Iii ut. advised or consented theroto, or
unless by sentence of court martial, ho shall ho
cashiered or dismissed I rom thu army.
Hun IHM C. That tho timo foi' tho complot ion
of thu registration of persons properly qualified to
roto may bo extended by orders ol' ibu said suvurnl
district ommai.dors to any day prior to thc first
day of October, Anno Domino 1807.
Mr. Stevens accepted tho following as cn addi- I \
tional section :
- Any pereon who shall attempt to provonl tho
execution of thia act shall bo guilty of a mis?
demeanor, and on conviction will bo liablo to a
flue of fivo thousand dullard, or imprisonment for
The right of any person to bj rogistcrod OB n
legal voter shall in no rospeel bo clinngod or ef?
fected by the President's pardon fur participation
in tho rebellion. Mr. Stevens moved tho previous
que-lion, and tho Iloueo vole? to-morrow at ono
In tho Senate, Mr. Trumbull, from tho Judioiary I ?
Committco, introduced a hill on rccuubtruolion.
Tho Exeontivo was called on fur a mass of in?
formation regarding tho Iudiuu hostilities mid (
^a^io^onafo, ^iy a volo of thirty-six to Ave, rofus- |
cd to lako up tho joint resolution thanking Geus.
Sheridan, Sickles, schofield and Pupo.
Mr. Grime i thought it would bo prematuro to I j
pass tbeso resolutions st this time. They wcro I 1
not Bufficiontly informed of tho merits of tho casus
to bo ohio to jud-?o-formerly Ibo thanks of !
Congress wei o only tendered on oxlrnordlnny oe ca?
nnum, it was ?onsidured a groat compliment
to any one tn receive them, but if this kind or pre?
cedent was lu bu established, they would bo lon
doimi thanks to tho Governors uf our territories
and uf our now Russian possessions.
Bowral other ineffectual efforts ware inado to in?
troduce a gcnoral legislation, hut failed, when tho
Tho f. flowing is tho sixth souti-iu of tho
Bill reported by tho Sonalo Judiciary (' >in?
mitten : That tho truo intent und moan?
ing of tho oath presented in said Supplementary
Act ls, among othor things, that no person whu
has bcon a in o ni bur of tho legislature of any Statu,
or who has hold any oxuoutivo or judicial office in
any ?State, whether he has taken un oath to sup?
port tho Constitution of tho United Stales or nut,
and tvh i has afterwards ongaged in insurrection or
robollion against tho United States, or given aid r
comfort to the enemies thcroof, ia entitled tu
bo : eg! H tore tl or to voto, and tho words 'exeontivo
or Judciol oflicor in any Stato" in said oath men?
tioned shall bo construed tu include all civil
officers croated by law fur tho sdiiiini. (ration of
tho nev end laws of tho H taten.
In the burrett trial tho dofenco commenced, and
three wituosscs wcro examined, including an
actor named Boss, acd a theatrical costumer
named Carian-that Hess, who wai to sing, asked
tho time, whon Carian replied, "ton minuten past
ten." Hose exclaimed, "ton minutes past teni I'll
bo wanted soon." Witnesses know Booth woll; ho
was not m front of tho thoatro; nono of I hem saw
Burrett Ibero. Tho Brothers Ford testified that
Rhodes, from tho position of tho dours mid passa?
ges, could not have seen Sm rat t in tho Fres i de n ft
box on tuc day of tho assassination
General Thoa. Francis Mcagher was drowned
nt Fort Bonton on tho 1st instant.
Ex-Oov. King of Now York la dond.
The Son Antonio Exprods or Texas is eolected
to publish tho laws.
Tho storoship Roliot h ns arrived at Baltimore.
Rioiruoin>, Joly 8.-A meeting of citizens was I
held al Louisa Court limine, at which rcsulutions 1
?rero adopted advising co-operation; pledging tho
meeting to voto fur tho Republican candidato for I
President, and for members of Congress fruin Vir?
ginia, who have an unbroken Union record. Clay
Ion, Coleman, James K. Pendleton, and other in?
fluential citizens, wcro on thu committco on reso?
A special to the Richmond Whig says tho meet?
ing was composed of iuUuontial uitizuiis. and thc
resolutions aro to bu furwardod to both Houses ol
Undor tho appropriation of Congress 2C8G rations
were labucd in Bichmond last mouth,
BOSTON. Joly 8_John K. Fuller, Cashier of tho
Merchant's National Bank, was arrested, charged,
with illegally abstracting tho funds of tho bank
From tbe Weal?
OMAHA, July 8.-Advices havo bcon received
from General COBTAU'S commend, datod at River?
side, Colorado, lorty milos west of Fort Sedgwick.
JUDO 24. which say that thore havo boon several
Bklnnisncs, resulting in tho ropulso ot tho In?
dians, Six warriors killed and two soldiers
New YOU, Joly 8.-Cotton steady at 2GJ cents.
Flour advance i 10a20c. Whoat finner. Corn un
Changed. Pork firm. Lard quiot. Stocks not so
(.troup, on call, but ?inproved afterward. 'C2 run
puns Uli. (ivorgia 7'a B'Jjn?l. Sterling lOalOj.
Hour, State, ?G.50.ilt).7o; Houtlicrn, ?0.80.115.75.
Whe.it lu-inor; new Anil>cr, Coorain, fi. Corn,
Western mixed, now. ?l.Olal.03; OMI, $1.10. Mens
Pork linn, nt ?20.87a22. Lard heavy, lljalHc
Wliiakuy (inlet, ut Ide., in bond. Cotton quiet but
firmer; Valen DOO halen, nt VJiiJr. Kuijar very (Inn,
Muscovado, lije. Cul?eo linn but quiet. Fruightu
Stuck- dull mid lioavv. Money CaC per cont.
Child .VS]. IM CmipoiiH lill.
HALI IM 01a:, : July)' 8.-Cotlco steady and ?1 met i ve.
Flour acarcfi Wheat, new red, S2 7?J?J; uow
white, :2 110. White Lorn, $1 Hail 13; yellow,
?11)7: mixed Western, SI Ol. Provisions scarce
mid in demand. Whiskey very dull and unchanged
CINCINNATI. July 8_Flour finn and unchatiKOd;
1 ni ni ly ?ll.S0.il2. Wheat, ?inproved dcuioiid. Com
in guild duniniid fi "iii tho South: in Hacks 05o.
Whiskey Hloadv nt 30J. in bond. Mom 1'ork buoy
ant nt ?22. Hulk Monia tinner, liacou linn;
Shoulders ldc; Clear Sides 12)c.
WILMINGTON, Julv H.-Turpentine finner at Ole.
Itnsi.i stn.ulv at ?2.(?0a5.50.
New UiiLUiNS, July 8_Salen 1200; Low Mid
dim:; 231. I'.ccciptH 250. Stuck of Louisiana
Siiimr very light; quoted fair 13.J; low yollow l-l.
Cubil Molasses fullv fair ll; Numborn 12 lo 15, 1.1 j.
Mol mses (imito.I -WA 1?11. Flour very linn, eluvio
extin ll; tullen niustlv un privnto tuniiH. Corn ad
vanceil 2'e.; yolm.v'luixcd ?l.lOal.15; whlto ?1.30.
O.ttH linn; hold nt 85. Lard ipi ot, priuio heleen
rutniliiiR nt l'J j; keg Kif ill. Pork linn nt ?2.1.70.
Hacon.'fiir jobbing. 8houldciu KM; rihba l'J1,; eleni
Ult. Oolil 38}. Sterling -I'.iU.ol. York Sight i
Motin.1:. July 8_Saloa 200 balee; Low Middling
211..22. ItccuiiU m.
AuousTA, Jilly 8_Colton dull, sales 20; Mid?
dling 22J. Nntivith: 'lauding tho heavy rauiH for
sovuial wooka, accounts from all parla of tin Statu
aro la vi ir,lille tu I ho ci np".
SAVANNAH, July 8.-Colton dull nod inactive:
Low Middling* nominally 21n21J cts. ltocoiptu 130
Cotton nml Corn Prospect? In thc Houtli.
A letter frnm Hool-.ville. Ala., published in
Hie Cincinnati tletHle, anya:
Throughout Middle Tennessee und Ninth
Alnibniun 11 larger breadth of cotton lins been
|il.'inlL'd I hun hud year, though Hie increase in
Ibu number ol' ncrcs ia not so great ns copld
Imvc been desired. Thu wet. treathor ol' the
-pring prevented ils cullivntion lo ns grout nu
BStcnt us waa desired, hut now nhoi nun uud n
itlcur sky gives promise ofnn abundant yield,
If i. itiVlrcncijrizjjui JjuJliicrapi .wtaff.projiejcl.y.
they uro so seconded. Kvorjf one, whitens well
ns black, appears lo lie nt work; in every field
ploughs nre turning under thc rank growth of
weed*, uud I li 0 colton, green mid vigorous, is
given thc o i ono] edy ol' the rich soil.
1 have conversed with ti large number of per?
sons from nil thc sections mimed above, mid nil
aa_\ Dial, il' no uulorsccn nccident occurs, thc
yield of colton will he ni least twenty por cent,
greater to tho nero tim ii it was hist year; and
thal this, liddell lethe slight additional breadth
pla n i di, will yield lo thu country in thc neigh?
borhood ol" U.OIHUIOO huies; for, after nil the
croaking, il was discovered that (inti,IHH) wore
sent lo market from the crops of Inst year.
Hut thc terrible ex pertenec? of 18lj'i and
1 SHU compelled thc Southern people lo attend
inure lo thc raising ol' bicridstnlis tlinn lo nuy
1 liin;; else. Something must bc done to relieve
Ilia immediate wants; mid us the wheat barrell
occurs iiliout thc hitter part of May, nil who
?unid sowed several acres ol' wheat-enough to
furnish lin jul till their good staple and luxury
-corn-shall be ripe enough to bu converted
into meal und hoecakes. Thc result is, tlint
more wheat was sown in thc South Inst fall
than during nny one year before; nnd so fur us
I have buen lillie to naccrtnin, tho yield will bc
unprecedentedly lnrge; nnd ns the crop ia hnr
reslcd, we still hear of little auflcring, eave
imoug those who were tumble to procuro seed
last lull, mid I regret to say thnt this class is
sxeccdingly numerous. But those who dill
raise wheat arc ulwaya in need of lnhor, and
ivill pay for it in brend; nnd snvc'in n few iso
atcd localities in thc luouiitniiis, every cry for
-elie!'thal will hcrcuftcr bc henri) will proceed
rom those who will not put iori h thc slightest
ixertion lo pr?vido for themselves. 1 There arc
tilers and vagrants everywhere, nnd though
hey must not be permit ted to die of starvation,
hey deserve bul little commiseration.
An enormous breadth of corn lina been plant
id in thc region mimed ut tho outset; nt least
twice ur. ninny acres ns in nay year in thc days
if slavery, lind though, like thc colton, il sur?
er cl from weeda,,which grew with such lu in?
ion oe during Hie wet weather, it is now in fine
.ondition, find will yield, nccording lo the osti
nntcs made hy intelligent nnd experienced per?
lons, from ten to twenty per' cent, lo ibo nero,
nore than a usual crop. Corn, in thc South, is
?ni jed cd to fewer necidents than nny oilier -
?rop, and I think it may now bo considered
ree ol'all dnngcra of whatever nature. A pro?
meted drought might injure it; but aa it nlready
ihudcs thc ground, lillie danger need be ap?
iri lund ed from this source. If the sensou con?
mina favorable, very few provisions will bc
vant ed from the North lo supply the demands of
KcTolnllonlsts Conic to Grief.
General Acosta's clever coup Jt mitin for Ibo
.apt,ire of thc usurper Mosquera, hus doubt
ess HO overjoyed thc people of thc Colombian
'lutes, thai they nitty hasten to elect him Pru?
dent. He bus, it appears, assumed thc reins
if authority only for the lime being, until un
ilcctiou cnn be held for Mosquera'a successor.
\ 11 ut li er proof ol' thc Inlier's weakness is shown
it thc fact that thc ?'Army of the Union," upon
vhieh he relied'for support, secured his arrest
n Accordance willi thc instructions of their
loiniiiaiidcr Acosta. Simultaneous with thc
lews of Mosqucru'soverthrow comes the intcl
igenco thnt unothcr revolutionist and would
ie dictator lins died. General Castilla, thc
ciulcr of tho Peruvian, rebels wno tn lr an ?!?>
vniiu mnrcnmg upon the Heliport town of An?
ia, which had pronounced in his favor. Ilia
roopa left him al a farm house nnd continued
he march. Castilla, however, died in a fow
lours, and his troops subsequently snr
.endcred lo the Government forces. Cr?
ier, therefore, is once more rcatorcd,
iud President Prado's authority ia now resisted
inly hy n small budy of troops under lt i voa,
,vbo w ill doubtless soon yield. All friends or
fem will be rejoiced at this turnwbioh affairs
lave taken. Castilla, formerly Grand Mar
dial of Peru, nnd well known for haifa century,'
tvtis steadily gaining strength, and hod he not
DCCII removed by death, he would probably
have involved thc whole country in turmoil and
bloodshed. liver restless and uneasy, thc Pe?
ruvians were apparently flocking to bia stand-,
m il in some numbers, not because of any ap?
parent dissatisfaction willi Prado, but becauac
uf their innate fondness for a "muss" of Borne
kind or oilier. Prado hus shown himself to bc
un un -elfish President, nimlng only al his
countrymen's welfare, and if they arc now not
patriotic and sagacious enough to support him
aller electing him President by their volca,
they arc not deserving of pcaco and prosperity.
Some time ago Chili wu? thrcntcucd with a
fresh revolution, growing out of dissatisfaction
with the bombardment of Valparaiso. The
people thought thal President Perez had not
exfiibitcd milicient energy in preparing for Ihc
uti iud; of tho .Spanish fleet, and they according?
ly, in sonic quarters, began to talk of deposing
him. Ile still retains his place, however, nnd
nt thc opening of Ibo Chilian Congress on the
lat ultimo, delivered bis annual raessago, in
which ho exhibited a defiant attitude toward
Spain, and intimated that Chili would consent
to no pence until Spain had indemnified tho
country for tho louses inflicted upon it. This
display of pluck will doubtless secure him his
position until thc expiration ofilia presidential
term. All thc peoplo demand of him is that he
shall continue to doublo up bis fists and show
fight to Spain.
POIIOI.OUICAI. DiBCOVKRV.-The soienco of
fruit culturo has taken rapid strides during 1
the past few years, particularly in this country;
bul nowhere, perhaps, ia lt followed au assid?
uously and enthusiastically aa in Holland, and
the lower prov?noos of tho Rhineland.
The latest, nnd certainly tho most curious,
discovery in thia lino lina recently been made
by a Flemish gardener of Ghent, who, after
long and per.itu nt experiment, hus actually
if wc may believe tho authority of Gnlignanl
succeeded in giving to any kind of fruit the
flavor ho pleases while it is still on the tree.
Let us tako an apple for instanoo; ho pricks il
rather deeply in four or ti ve places with alargo
needle, and then leta il dip for a while In a
bowl containing a liquid possessing tho flavor
bo wishes to communicate After a few sec?
onds this liquid will bavo penetrated tho pulps;
and this operation being repeated two or three
times, at intervals of eight or ten days, tho
apple la left to ripon on the treo, and will sub
aequenlly bo found to hare acquired the tasto
either of strawberry, raspberry,' cloves, ko.,
according to tho liquid employed. 1 . ??
A vein of silver and galena, of unusual rich?
ness, has beon discovered on tho Cumberland
Hirer) not far from Smitbland, Kentuoky.
Tile Cabio to Cuba.
ACTION Ol' TIIK SPANISH (Ul V KU NM K.NT-INSTRUC?
TION TO THI*. COLONIAL AUTHORITIES.
Tho following is n (rnnstntion of oflicinl
documents rclnting lo Ihn lnying of tIto sub?
marine Iclegrujib coblo between Florida mid
I-MINISTERIAL DEPARTMENT or Till COLO?
Thc Minister of Ihe Colonies seuils to.dny to
thc Superior Civil Governor (Cnptnin-Oonernl)
of Cubit thnt which follows:
"For thc purpose of Ibo prompt establish?
ment of telegraphic cn minn nient ion by menus
of the submarine cable to bo lniit down by thc
lute) national Ucean Company between that
Island nnd the const of Florida-un enterprise
which will produce such i ?ii poi tun! benefits to
thc peninsula, mid more especially to thc ter?
ritory under thc conminad of your Excellency,
thc (jileen (whom Qod guard) lins been plensed
to order thnt your Excellency bu instructed by
all thc menus, whilsoevcr they be, within your
rench, mid overcoming every obstacle which
muy present itself, you should protect mid
facilitate thc laying down of tho said cable,
that you should alford proper aid in this work
10 the company which is lo establish it, nnd
that you should luke care that tho officers of
the' Department of Telegraphs lend their nid,
in their proper sphere, to Ibo prompt achieve?
ment of said object."
Hy royal order communicated through thc
said Minister, I transmit this to you for your
information and ils consequent otfccls.
Cod guard you many years.
SALVADOR OK AI.UASETK,
Sub-Rcorelary of the Colonies.
.Ins. A. Scrytuscr, Esq., DirectorQ. O. T. Co.
11 - MINISTERIAL DEPARTMENT- OP TIIK COLO?
Thc Minister of thc Navy snys to tho Minis?
ter of Hie Colonies, under dale of thc llllh inst.,
what follows ;
: "In communicating lo thc Cunimmidunl
1 ?en -i:r of tim N ?vul Stalom of Havana lilt
royal order which your Excellency wns pleased
to communicate to mc under tinto nf yesterday
rein tire lo thc navy assisting in Ibo operation
of laying down thc electric submarine cablebe
iwccn lliivuua mid Key West, Ihe snid Com
inondiitit-Gciicrnl lins been instruct ed that after
consulting with thc representatives of Ihe Coin
pony chnrged with the work, ^?vfHen hc~"bt
will bj fri that ??anHat.Vi ).??d 0r nssisiance
may he ntlordcd by tho Poyal Navy, lo dctneli
thc vessel of thal naval station which ho may
consider besl filled for this service, giving, to
this offed, lo her commander the orders which
?my bc necessary.
Hy liko royal order, I say Ibis to your Excel
louey for your information nnd in reply."
Hy order of Her Majesty, communicated
through Ibo said Minister of thc Colonies, I
transmit this lo you for thc information of the
Ood ginini you ninny yenrs.
MAURIH, March 15, 1807.
SALVADOR DR A MIASETE,
Sub-Secretary of Ibo Colonies
JAS. A. SCRVMSKR, Esq., Director Q. O. T. Co.
III.-MINISTERIAL DEPARTMENT OK THE COLO?
The Minister of thc Colonies says lo-dny to
i lie Hit odor (lenci al of ibo Administration of
thc Island of Cuba wbnl follows:
"Thc Queen (whom Cod guard) being desi
rous to fucilante, in so far ns it is in Hie power
of tho Government, (ho telegraphic connection
which thc International Ocean Company is to
establish by nieans of a submarine cubic bc
tween thal island nnd thc coast of Florida
which enterprise will result in important bene?
fits, bas been pleased to declare free of nil
duties nf customs and of navigation thc effects
which (ho said Company may import into thal
island, und justify to bc ncccssnry for thc real
iznlion of their enterprise, ns well also ns thc
VCSSCIB which, whether transporting materials
for thc enterprise or engaged in operations of
surveys, nmy enter tho portti of thc same
island ; provided that they do not practice uny
commercial operation foreign to the industrial
enterprise which is the object of this order."
By order of her Majesty communicated through
tho said Minister, I furnish you this copy for
your information. God guardyou many years!
Madrid, July 1, 1807.
SALVADOR DE ALEASETE,
Under Secretnry of Slate for thc Colonies.
JAS. A. ScRYMSRR, Esq., Director Q. O. T. Co.
[Ex rael from Royal Deereo of May 17, 18C7.]
ARTICLE I. Thc permission lo laud on tho
conHts of tho Island of Cuba Hie submarine tele?
graphic cable referred to by Article I of thc de?
cree ol' 5th December, 180(3, will bc reputed ns
a final grant, made to the International Ocean
Telegraph Company, for thc torm of -IO years,
subject lo tho lenus established in Hie second
condition nf schedule of terms for bidders in
thc sale of snid grant, authorized by the decree
of thc same date. February 2Gth, ult.
.W.T. II. For tho fulfillment of its provisions
be it understood that Ibo concession of decree
of 5th December, 18GC, is hereby modified in
the secure of thc sense of tho foregoing article.
Given'nt Palace on thc first day of May,
Subscribed by thc Royal Hand.
Minister of thc Colonies.
Tho second condition to which reference is
made is ns follows, translated from the Oactla
de Madrid, of February 28, 1807: Tho company
will make use of thc telegraph line during
forty years, tho Government meanwhile mnking
no grants for tho establishment of parallel
lines. After tho expiration of said terra, thc
Government will bo free to accord permissions
for now landings solicited, the Company con?
tinuing in the enjoyment of the use of their
linc. For the ends of Ibis article, parallel
lines will be such that starling from Cuba and
I?/?riA IM-- -??.. 1-..??enjeu eiuiies run?
ning approximately in tho same direction.
M .Munn, Februnry 20.
Approved by Her Mnjestry. CASTRO.
G?n?ral W. F. SMITH, Pres't. Q. O. T. Co.
THE NF.W PULPIT ORATOU.-A correspondent
of tho Petersburg Index, writing from Ualti
"But Ihcro was a pulpit prodigy here the
same day, who is growing into such fame as
bids fair to rival that of Spurgeon. His name
is Munsey, nnd he ia a member of tho Balti?
more Conference, wo believe, of tho Methodist
Episcopal Church, South. He has not been
long ni (his culling, and was an unlettered man
in bumble life, but comparatively n few months
back, when bis talent was revealed (o n friend,
who aided bim lo tho short culture with which
ho is producing such wonderful elfect. His !
power of oratory is said to be miraculous, and
Iiis reasoning faculties no less so. Pooplehcro
and in thc 'Valley flock lo hear him, and his
influence is talked of and felt everywhere. I
could not gnin n Beat in tho church in which he
held forth Sunday night; bul several friends,
who wcro moro fortunate, reported that all I
tho praises they had previously beard bestowed
upon bim foll far short of thc real hoight of
his powers. Certain lt is (hat hereafter ho
will ' be io famous as to cause interest even to
this mcagro notico of bia ministerial begin?
BuiaiiAH YOUNO, Jr., and his companion
PITHA nus, aro living gaily in Paris-the for?
mer with two wives and nino children-the lat?
ter with niuo wives and no end of children.
KKAUSHAAft ft CO.
ros MOST mrtoTiD
S BA IT D AND BQTJ ABB
rall Iron Frame and Ovarstrong Bai?,
j vA:<DVACTIJBY ABD WABXHOUBB
tye, iv ' Wast n?n?ton-atraat. . ? o. I
ZTXAB BROADWAY, HEW YORK.
TUR Ur, DE RH ION KP, MEMBERS OF TUT TI RM Ol
KBAU8HAAB fi OO,, ara practical Plano ninian
?nd aa each bars had a large expertenoa In connect ci
sith some oi Uv. bett Establishments tn this os un br)
and Barops. Their i Unos ara made not merell'lei
them, but tv them, at d nader their Immediate per som I
. ?uervlilon, nial ihsy allow no Instruments to ls?vs lash
ri otc ry and vasa Into the hands of their patrons, rm len
lear havs a power, evenness, firmness an J roundness o
toas, an elasticity of touch-without which no Insin?
uent otubl to ba tatlafsetory to the public-as willi
lost durability tn construction, which enables U tort
mata in tu i and to wlkfciUnd sudden ohsngesoftes
,' lirai ure and sxposnre to extreme neat and oold, wale)
araseaaotlmes unavoidable, '.
They tm st ni tunes ba happy lo see Uta proftasVtt
and tia pnbllo at their Wawooms, and Invite oo rn fi ul
son between their awn nanoo and th oas ol any etkst
AUTON EBACSHAAB,.......?.i.?.:..TOBIAS HAMB
OU ABL. VU f. ECB CM IMAN lt.
WE Alli: OFFEHINO OUR STOCK OF SUMMER
CLO lin NO. comprising LINENS, FLANNELS AND
LIGHT WEIOUT WOOLLEN, .! priera which caiinul
(ail to satisfy all who aro ncckiiif to buy noon OOODS
OHEAP. Thc larger part o( our Stock wo manufacturo
In our own workshops, which wo warrant lu every
Wo gtvo below somo of our leo Jinx prices :
LINEN 8ACK8 al. .tl, 3. * and 0
LINEN PAMTfl at.*1 23, 1 60 at.(1 2
LINEN VESTS at./. M M ""u? 2
OlIECK OASSIMEItr. SU TS, : BACK, PANTS Aj,r>
OHEY FLANNEL BUtTS, SACK, IF'ANTS ANO Vri,iT ?,
CHECK LINEN SUITS, SACK. P.vJNTS AND V'ST....$8
CUECK MAItSEILLE-S ht US, *?UACU. U?NT3 ANO
WIIITE LINEN AND DUCK bUUS....^.til lo 20
DLACK ALPACA SACKS. $2 00 lo 0
I JO HT WEIGHT (]ASS?*'*a*G hillls ?- ?
hires, and solid colors, nod DtAOK MUM SUITS
,. j low prices.
sll our own m?** * 1
ull, ._*<atNO OOODS, adapted lo the scacon
WHITE SHIRTS, four (inalitlcs.?2 5<?, 3, and
MAGULLAR. WILLIAMS d PARKER
No. 270 KING STREET,
CORNER OF MASEL,
CH ARRESTO NT W. C. .
June 13 4m
'-L'IE?E H i
WE HA vi; NOW ADDED TO OUlt NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a most extensivo and
Supplied with a great variety of PLATN AND
FANCY TYPE, of tho latent aud most approved
styles ; and we havo every facility for oxoouting
all kinds of JOB WORE in
Bill aud Letter Heads
Sec., &c, &c.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOD WORK, will please
leave their orders with ns. We
win guarantee as good work, and
ut as CHEAP RATES, as can bo
had iii Charleston.
CATHCART, MULLAN ? MORTON,
J03-IN' KQUITY.-WILLIAMHIIURO DISTRICT.
JOHN WATSON AND J. I.. LANK ri. H. V MA-TUEW-*.
SHERIFF. AND OTHERS_HILL FOU AOCOUNT, RE
MKP, DISCOVERY AM) INJUNCTION.-In ptirxiianrc
of au order mude In Ilia above slated cari', llio creditors
of HAUPKH ii LANE, L\NK .V HAllPBR. DUTSON,
LANKA CO, lill ADI.KY k LVNE, aud W. K. LANK .V
CO., nro hereby uollllcd that thoy oie required lo prov .
and cHL-lbU.h il nminl?, liefe:e the Cuiuuilndr 1er ol thin
Court agniust the Kalil Urins, ou or beforeth i lirst da ol
Frbruary next, un filling HO tu il? lb y bc debarred tia
bandit or any ilccrco In thia causo
IL C. 1X1 M N. C. B. \V. 1>.
July U lanio?moi
trnr MOTIOB.-ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THR
DIUTUai KC1IH. ALKKT, C. 8. MANN Masler, must bo
prcncnlril at our OIUcu hy l'i ci'cIorV rh it lian, llth July,
or they will bo debarred payment
J. A. KNHLOW A- CO.,
July ?J 1 No. HI East Hay.
DST ALT, PEnSONS TO WHOM THE UNDEIl
SIONKO is luilcbtcil will bo pleased Ut present . stale
montof Uicsatnc. J. L. NOWELL.
July 9 tufl
?tr THE F I US T NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON.-CHARLESTON, K. C., STU JULY,
1807.-DIVIDEND NOTICE.-Tho llounl or nircclors
having declared a Dividend ot FIVE hoi.I.Alts FF.it
SHAKE on Use ('n)iltal Stock of this Hank, tho samo will
ho paid to tho Slockholcrs on and aller this day.
WM. C. HUMESE,
July 8 tl Cashier.
WSTATE OFBOUTli OAltOt.iNA, UIIARLEH
TON DI?.THICT-.CLERK'S OFFICE <J. O. S. AND C.
-PUriLIC NOTICE_I, J. W. HltOWNIIEI.D. Clerk of
said Court, lu puiHtianco ol thc Act of thc l^rjislaturc, lu
such case mado mid provided, do hereby give public tio
tico thal nn ELECTION FOR SHERIFF OF CHARLES?
TON DISTRICT WM bo held on Monday. Uio GUi ol
August licxl, at all tito UfcUul places of ulccllun throng 1.
oul tin' said DiHtrirt.
Wltucsa my haue?, at Charleston, tho '?"Iii June, 1SC7.
J. W. HltOWNFIELD, C. U. S. mid C. P.
about ten jcarw sgn, au 1 for Icmpirary purnos s ton
Ktriictcd a small bull Jh..; near thc corner of st. 1'lilUp
and Calhoun street* In this liumhlc Honan of God thoy
have ever nineo worshipped. Il ?aa He ir design from
thc commencement to ncciimulntc fum?n lowanl ere.-MUK
a larger ciliilco, more commodious, and mor. in COI.RO
IISIICO wilh Um want. of thc pr?tent agc. Out their
savings were ni) swept away by tho war, aud nearly three
tuniisand dollars, sci apart for tins pulpes?, wera thus
The now housnof worship Is much needed, ibero heine
montant applications from new members, but no room
to accommodate thom. Tho services or Ulla congregation
nra conducted lu Uic Ocrmau (almost Identical willi Ino
POIIHII) MinKag. And Hil* ls tho o ly synagogue) In
ChnrlcHDnn In which Israelites from Continental Kumpo
can worship the 0?d of their falliera lo precisely Ibo
" im" forms, language and ccrcmoaioa as their furc
They arc, however, loo |>oor to carey out mirh au cn
tcrpriso unaided. They havo thu grouts! for Hie now
synagogue, hut mil Hie moana to ccnalruct Ibo building.
They thcrcroro solicit assistance from Uicir brethren aud
friends every?here: both from tbosu of tho Route of
Israel, and from all others, of whale vcr faith or nailon;
bolloviug that tho Orcat Author of ail good will prompt
many lo stop forward and help them in this ihr ir tima ol
need. They sro extremely solicitous to didah their
new building before ucxt Both llathanoh (Septcmbci
SO), as lhere ls every nason to aip"el ? inrge acccsslau ol
wnraliipjivr*, far beyond tho capacity of thc present small
Thc now synagogue will li? a Urge and handsome,
though not cxjienslvo structure. Bul scrtpliona or dona?
tions will be gratefully received by any of Ihn undersign?
ed nfllccrs ol the congregation.
Ur. U. A. vrElNBERQ, in a fowdsyp, will set onion n
tom- to tho North anil Wo .1 to solicit contributions for
thc above nam.d object, and tho subscribers commend
his mission to tbe liberality of ovary Jcwlab. congregation
In the tana. Tl. A. WEI S II ERO, President.
ut. courjv, vice-President.
P. JACODY, Secretary. -
L, R?en, Treasurer.
02- '1 ho JVICIJA Mttirng'T ami Tic Itratlite will please
Invert tlie sbovo lour Unies, and tend account lo Mr. L.
RICH. G July 3
KT NOTICE T . MAJUNK1.8.-C A PT AIN8
AND PILOTS wishln . to anchor Uiolr vers?la In Asiilcy
River, aro requested n )1 to do DO aaywhore vcithiu direct
rango or the heads ni thu HAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, au Ibo Cbarlcst<?> sail UL Andrew's sido ol
Ihn Ashley River; by which precaution, contact with the
Submarino Telegraph Cable will bo avoided.
, K. C. TURNER, B. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 0,18.10.
"xi-s^BTTiJHELOR'B ?AIR DYE,-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls Um bett In tho world. Tie
only true and perfect nye-liarnilrts, reliable, Instan?
taneous. No disappointment No ridiculous tints.
Natural Slack or Uro wu. Remedies tho 111 effects of Bat!
Dyet. Invigorates the hair, leaving li soil and beautiful.
Tho genuino Is signed William A. Batchelor. AU others
aro more Imitations, sad should bo ?vol Jed. Hold by all
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, No. 81 Uarcloy
street. New York.
?3* UEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
Docoiutm Ul lyr
KtT S. YOUNG, LADY RETURNING TO HEI:
country home, after a sojourn of s lew months lu thc
city, waa hardly recognized by her (rienda. In place n
a coarse, rustic, hushed face, abo had a toll ruby com
ploxlon of almost marblo smoothness, and mutend o.
tw nty-three oho really appeared bul eighteen. Upon In*
quiry ss to tho causo or so groat s chur.go, thc plainly
told thom that she used tho CIHCl-^AN HALM, and
considered it an Invaluable acquisition to sny lady's toilet.
Dy ita uso sny Lady ar Qentlsncn ran Improve th el r por_
eonai aiipcarance an huislreil V a
^uj?lnnlin? --" . ?vraoi? ls tlmplo yot unsurpass?
ed In its efficacy la Arc,wing Impurities from, also heal?
ing, cleansing md beautifying Ibcakln and complexion.
By ita direct ic Mon on tho cuticle it draws from it all Ita
impurities, lolndly healing Um same, and leaving tho sur?
face aa .Ssturo intended it should be-clear, soft, smooth
and oaauUful. Price ll, sent by Hail or Express, on re?
ceipt of an order, by
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Tbs only American Agents for Ibo anio of tbo samo,
.larch 30 ly
fff ARTIFICIAL EYKB.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES mails to order and Inserted by Dru. F,
UADCU aud P. OOUOLEMANN (formerly employed by
Roissoirnxan, of Paris), No. 893 Hroadwsy, New York.
tXW TUE GRAVEST MALADIF.H OF YOUTb
AND EA it Li Y MANHOOD.-110 WA HU ASSOCIATION
ESSAYS, on thc Physiology of tho Passions, and UV
Errors, Abuses aud Dlaoi30s peculiar to tho first ago o>
man, willi Reports ou new methods of treatment em?
ployed In this institution. Sent In scaled tetter en?
velopes, freo ot charge.
Address Dr. J. SKILUN HOUGHTON,
Howard Aasociallon, PhiloUclphls, Ps.
May SO . . ." 8mo
"CO ST AR'S"
ESTABLISHED EIQHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, Ko. IO Crosby street. Keir York.
3000 Boxes, Pottles and FUtkt manufactured dally.
SOLD DY ALLDRVOOIB1B EVERYWHERE
" OOSTAR'S " BALES DEPOT,
No. 484 BltOADWAV.NErY YORK,'
Where tl, ?a to li sizes aro rut for Families, Stores
Ships, Boals, Pabilo Institutions, Ac, Ac.
It is truly wonderful thc confldenoo that ls now had in
cvory form of PreparaUons that comes from " Costar's "
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATOUS-For Rat?, Mite,
Roaches, Ant?, Atc, te. "Only Inhlllbto remedy known."
"Not dangerous to tho human fatally." "Raia como out
of their holes to dio," kc ? . .
.. CO?TAII' I" UKD-BUO EITERHTNATOn-A liquid,
put up in bottles, and never known to tall,
"OOSTAR'S" ELEOIRIO T0WHE11-Foi Moths in
Furs snd Wooli en., ts invaluable. Nothing ean exceed it
for power and offlcacy. Deairojt instantly all Insects on
Plants, Fowls, Animals, fte.
? COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN 8ALVE-For Cuts, Burns,
Wonnfis, Bruises, Broken Bri uti, Sore Nipples, Phos in
sil forma. Old Sores. Ulcon, end all kinds of cutaneous
affections. No family should be without IL It Ol rc eda
in efficacy til other Salves lu uso.
"COTTAR'S" CORN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,'
Warts, Ac. '
" COSTAR'8 " BITTER SWEET AND OIUNOK BLOS
B MS-Beautifies tho Complexion, by giving lo tito skin
a son and heantirul fir-huees, abd ,1a incomparably be?
yond anything now In MO. lidies of taste sud tiotltlon
regard It as sn osscnllal lo Ibe toUi tc,. Au unprecedented
ssle ls -ts best recommendation. Ons bottle, ls always
followed by moro. Try ll lo knew. . : "'
'"COSTAU'S" BISHOP FILM!-A universal Dinner
P H (sugar-coatodh and ot.cxlraordlnary effloacy for Cos?
tiveness, aU forms of Indigestion. Nervous and Slok
Heads cho. A Pill that la new rapidly superseding si I
"COSTAR'fl".OOUOH RBUHDY-ifor Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asth?
ma, and ru forms of Bronchial, and Diseases of tho
Throat and Lungs. .A. dress- '.?.??ir ...'.]
fi ? . HF. *IIV n. CO ST AH,
, No. ti. fittOAD WA Y, N. Y.
D0WIE? & MOISE, i\
No*. 181 Meeting street, oppoolta Charleston Hotel.
MIT CONSTO N EES PRK STEAMKU FALCON.
from Balllninrc, aro hereby unlined Hint Ilm Steamer ls
I?M /Mjiyilscbnrglng car? . at Pier No. I, Union Wharves.
AU At not lalo n away nt KUIIRCI will remain un
Ilia Wluirf at Consig?eos' risk.
July t) 1 UOBDBCAI k V.O.. Aconit*.
?ST CONSIGNEES l'RR DHITISU BA UK
FILLE DB L'AIR src hereby naUftnl lliat Ibo vessel bas
bern ci terni limier tbc Five Hay Act. Gooda lint per?
mitted at tbc expiration of (bal limo will bo neut lu L'un
loiii-IIuniui blore.', at Un lr o UK imo am] risk.
July tl I ll? HIT. MUHE k V.O., Agent/.
?-STATE Ol? SOU I'll CAROLINA, CHABLKH
TON DISTRICT.-IN oitAKOBRV.-OFFICE OF THE
H HOISTER IN l'.QUITV.-(IKOIHIIANNA IS. FALK, HY
HKIt NEXT FIIIKNI). ZACHARIAH FALK rt, HUH,
HATTY JACOD1, NATHANIEL JACORI, HIMON ASIII.M
AND MATILDA A. ASIIIM.-U1LL FOH PARTITION.
DIVISION AND ACCOUNT.-It appearing lo my R:U'R.
faction that NATIIA..IKL IACOBI, SIMON ASIIIM mnl
MATILDA A. ASIIIM, DefemlanlH in this cauite, aro
abaont from, ami rv-Rhlo licyoiul Ibo Huilla of IUI* Slate,
io tliat tbe ordinary process ol Ihn Cunrt cannot bo
act veil ou them, nu nioUiiii of JOHN PHILLIPS, KIMI.,
Couiplaluanl'R Kollcllor, ontoroil that tho Raid I >. demb.n t.-,
NATHANIEL JACOUI. SIMON ASUIM ami MATILDA
A. ASHIA!, do appear and plead, aiiHWcr or (lemur, lu
lld* Hill, within forty day? from Ilia publication ol this
Order, or au Order pro confuto will bo granted and
.atoradagainst thom. JA?. I* (.ANTI.
HI ?istor lu Equity, Charleston DlslrlcL
June 2tt_Jmiu .9, July t>, IB, M
OB-NOT1CK_I IIRRRDY CAUTION ALL
persone ne', tn credit any cue tu my urmo Without my
written order. CHAIU.KH DEKINAN.
July t 0*
OVY-TIIli I'KOl'LF.'S CANDIDAT R FOR
KltkltltF of Charleston District, Captain C. IL Sill
WALD. bu . July 8
?TS-OFFICE OF ROAUD OF 111 ' A !. I l I. "
OHARLE8TON. S. C.. JUNE Mill, 18f,T.-On and niter
Thit /?.i.V. CLUtli E OF LIME AND COPPERAS, ror
DISINFECTINO PURPOSES, will hu furnished free ?J
?hargt, on npiillcntlon nt Kiln Onie?. v? rl~-","?
.creel, an tho Oily authorities eamcsitly denlrc lli.il thc
i-Ulina? irnurrallv should n?- *??'????*''?"? I'"""!'"* and
(moly, wherever ucccRiiury.
QEOllOE R. PELX?R, M. P.,
Jun-'M_IS_City Beg IN I mr.
?-\VE ARE AUTITOtilZED TO J???O?NC?"
F. At. WHITING, Esq., a? a ramil lato for Sherill ol
Chark sion (Judicial) District, at tho nev: election.
?3- BEAUTIFUL ITAIH.-OHRVALIKK'S LIKE
for the ll Alli ]ioaiiivcly restores gray hair lo ile original
color and youthliil brauly; heparin hie. strength mid
i:rmi th to thc weaken-, bair; abipu Ita falling out at oncer |
Veeps tho heel clean; IR unparalleled na'n li.-ilr-drcs.dng.
Kohl by all druggists, fashionable balr-d i e sers, and deal
er? in aucy goods. Th i Irado supplied by tho whole?
SARAU A. CHEVALIER. M. D.,
Junes HUilhnmo New York.
?.MESSRS. KDiroit8:-YOU VYILIiPLEASE
anuouncc Gen. A. Al. MANIOAULT ns a ear..I sloe fur
Min nit .it Ibo ensalng election. A CITIZEN.
November tl stu
?-ERUOIIS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLEMAN
who (ru(Terell for years from Nervous Debility. Pre?
maturo Decay, sud all tho effects of vo""-'"' miliscrc.
Hon. wUI, for thu naso of ?.lucruig lnimauity, send tree.
La all wiiu need lt, tho receipt snd directions for making
thc tlmplo rsrnody by which ho was cured. Sufferers
wlshr Rte prod? bj Ibo advertiser's experience, can do
so by bLdresMiog, l , perice t conQiloncc,
JOHN ll. OODEN,
April 19 8mos* No 13 Cedar struct. New York.
Headquarters Second Military District,|
( 'il A ul.k>! ON, R. C., May 30, 18CT. j
[G xsi nu. Omu.UH Nu. 32.)
L A i y citizen, a qualiUcd voter according to tho re?
quirements of the "Act toprarldt for thc more efficient gee
ern mint of the rebel Stalei," pe/sed Mnrcli 2tl, 1BC7, and
thc Act tupptcmenlary thereto, passed March *J3d, 1S6T, ls
eligible lo ofllco in thc provisional government of North
and South Carolina. All poisons appointed to offica ?in
bo required to tako the oatli prescribed by (lie Act afore?
said, snd lo Ole Um same, duly subscribed and sworn,
with tho Post Commander.
H. AU ciHzcii? assessed for taxes, and whosball have paid
taxes for thc current year sre qualified to serve OH jurors.
It sholl bo tho duly uf Uie proper civil ofUccrs charged
with providing Hats of jurors, tu proceed within their
several Jurisdictions, without delay, and nseertiln tho
names of au qualin eil porsons sud pince them on thc Jury
Hits, sud from such revised Usta all Jurors shall bo here?
after summoned and drawn in tho manner required by
III. All citizens are eligible to follow any licensed call?
ing, employment, or vocaUou, subject to such Impartial I
resumions os may bo prescribed hy municipal or other
?vmip. tent ant 11 ri ly, not Inc Moil:,lea I with common [
right and the Constitution and laws of tho United Slates.
Tho bond required as security shall not exceed tho pouat
sum of ono hundred dollars. Ono or moro sureties,
being citizens, sud worth in Uie sggregsto doubla tho
amount of tho bond, over and nbovo just dobts, wul bo
IV. Tho mayors ot cities ami other municipal and
town officers, snd all abolida, magistrales and police
forces sro required to bo vigjl t and officient in main
talulng order ; and imho <lWchar,'0 of (hoir duties they I
will bo expected lo co-oporoto with tho military nutho- j
V. Post Commanders may summon to their o1 d vyhon
nvcr the ordinary mcsns at their disposai shad not ho
sufficient to executo their orders, such of tba civil offi?
cers, sod ss many of tko ciUroui witlilu th- territorial
limits of tho military postas may ba necessary ; and tl ie.
neglect or refusal of auy person to aid aud assist In tho
execution ol tho orders of tho commanding officer wul
bo doomed s mlsdoinoanor punlshsbio by auch fino and
' ---i-- --, .-UHMMJ V- n ...lllt-rr tr ',lilia'
approved by tho Commanding Ocucr il.
VI. No license for tho salo of Intoxicating Uquors lu ?
quantities less than ono gallon or to bo drank on tho j
premises, shall bo granted to suy person other than an
Inn-keeper; tbe number o,"such licenses shsll bo deter?
mined, sn i tho foes to bs charged for each Ucense nhill
be prescribed snd collected by tho municipal or town
authorities, snd sppropristed exclusively for tho boncilt
af the poor. If any person shsll bo found drunk on tho
premises ?hore liquor ls sold tho Uccnso may bo re?
voked by any magistrate. Tbs tax tropo jed by tho In?
ter.: al rev. nun laws of Uio United Slates ls sn additional j
charge, and does not excuse tho party from tho o-serv
anco of local rcgulaUons, nor exempt biro from tho pay?
ment of sncb other license foes ss msy ba imposed by
municipal or other competent authority.
VIL AU contracts hereafter mido for tho manufacture,
salo or transportation, morago or Insurance of intoxicat?
ing liquors, shall, within this Military DiRtrict. bo
deemed and treated as against public policy, and no civil |
?ellon, snit or proceeding for tho enforcement of any '
such contract shall bo entertained la eny court.
VIU. In public conveyances, on railroads, lilghways,
streets, or navlgablo waters, uo dtacrimlnaUou because
of color or caste Bball be mailo, and tho common right ol
all citizens meroin shall be recognized and respected.
Tho vlolaUon of this regulation will bo d oem ed a mir
demeanor aud icm!ar tho offender Hablo to arrest and
trial by s military tribunal, to be designated by thc Com?
manding asnera!, beatdos such damages a* tho injured
parly may sue for and recover In Civil Courts.
IX. '(ho rem ody by distress far rent ls abolish ed. Where
lands aro loased or let out tor biro or rent, colton, corn,
or other produce of tho sanio, whou scvorod from Ibu
land, may bo Impounded; but tho same shall not bo rc
moved. And cotton, corn, or other produce so Im
: pounded, shall bo held as security for Ute rent or hire so
I claimed, and may be sold in istLstocUon of any Judg?
ment for tho samo: Provided, that any unsatisfied
claim for labor bestowed upon Ibo cultivado i of such
cotton, corn or other prod nee, sholl in no case be post
ponod loony demand for rent or hire; hut lo tho extent
of snob claim for labor, there sholl bo a Hen OD such cot?
ton, cora or other produce, bsvlng preforcnoo over any
claim foe rent or hire,
By eomrnand of Major Ormond D. E. Sraaxxs.
. J. Vf. OLOUS,
> Captain Mill U. B. Infantry,
A. I>. C. sad Act. Assist. Adj'L (len.
orrin ?i. i AuuUHnxn Moona, Captain ss tn Infantry,
AId-d.vCa.mp. June T
THE OltANGEUURG NEWS. .
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangobnrg, fl. C. Terms (3 per annum, lu ad
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies of thc
ORAftaznonn Nest will be circulated for tho bsncflt ol
mir advertising petrona , .
Contract AdvcrUsomsnts Inserted un tho most libera)
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg Nows,
February M ._Orangeburg. B_
Tho Bennettsville uJo\irnal"
IS PUD Ll UH ED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
BouneltsvUle, B. 0., ta tho eastern portion of the
Buta, by STUBBS A LITTLE. Proprietors, and offers
Superior Inducements to Merchants and oil others ?ho
wish to extend their baila os.-. In .this section of the Pee
Des country.' We rospcaUoily solicit tho patronage ot
our Charleston friendo. a ii
Terms-$S poi si uum, invariably in advance. Adver?
tisements Inserted at very reasonable rates. Joly 8
THE CAJ10LIN? TIMES,
rilDI.ltf II F.n AT MIAN GK 11 Uli? C. II. -
' fTuTl? PAPER cntCULATEfl THROUGHOUT THf
L middle portion of th? State, and otTora the best
facflitiw for advertisers, February 16
. -f~rv POII LIVKKPOOI..-rilK NOIt
rHT^S.WeiltAo ?ark "KJELIESTAD," WKNIU:. COU -
0?gVff mander, rapacity, IMO hali's Colton, having
^tMWtC? Maru limn linee fourths of In r cargoon hand
anil ready lo go ann: r.l, will have i|ilick dispatch lor tim
above i url.
Tb* "li-IELI ESTAD" la re-clving cargo Tintay.
Vat Irclght engagement ?< apply to
-jr~>^ I'MHl <<IOPM.lt lc IV KU.-TIIK v\xv
WV willing sloop .MIMA BEAN will leave MsrslinU'*
^_T\vXu|nrl, on Un- 1st nml l.nli ol July, and cniillnuo
? mu limn i.uin . n. i." ,H |?oi*l* on Wcetern
branch ul Csoper River, nml Butera branch to llonuesu's
Kerry. Trading ta strictly prohibited.
Fut Freight engagement., apply lo Mister on h.uni, or
lo -llAlttlll A- UAJ.LONEE,
" . ll'irlbcck'H Wharf.
N. H.-All Freights must be prepalil.
Juna JJ imo
EORNORTJI AND SOUTH ED1STP,
UOUK.VIt.LIS, HUTCHINSON'S ISLAM!,
IIKNKKTT'S I'OIXT.AMI IXTRRMHDI
THF. STEAM EU
CAPT. JAS. (J. IHIMI-EY.
WILT, LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM SOUTH
AllauUo Wharf, on i r uhr y iViffAf, 1Mb lind., at Vt
Itelurnlui' will leavo KilUlo ns .vinufny, al l'J M.
Freight received un 7/iuriituy and Friday, ana bo pre?
For Freight or Passait? apply tnt boanl, or to
J.NO. ll. MUHIIAY, Market Wharf.
N. B. Passengers can Bloop on bnanl tim night previ?
ous. _ ludan .inly ii
FOll EDISTO, KOCK VILLE, AUB
WA Y LANDINUS.
E. A. MORGAN.
CAPT Jf>s. a1, ipnnistrr,
WILL LEAVE ROYCE'S WUAHF OX . TUURS
i>.\ V. July lilli, ut 10 o'clock A. M.
For Freight engagements, apply ou board or to
ROPER A- STONEY,
Jilly ?J 2
F ? R UEO lt ti ? TOW N, S. t.,
TOI < MIX? AT un i ll ISLAM) AND
TUE aOOO oTEAMER
CAPT. JAR. 0. RUMLEY,
\\f ILL TAKE THE PLACE OF STEAMER EMILIE.
v V and leave Royce's wharf as nbovc, on HYdiirjday
iVtaU, thc lOUi IUIIM ul lt) o'clock.
Returning, will lravo Georgetown on Thnrtday Af
Freight will bo r. ceiled on HVi/iieiifny, ami must bo
For engagement' of >gjft>??Hy?lffi fff?Z^
JUlyO 9 Agents, Boyce's wharf.
NEW~~iORK AND CHARLESTON
FOll MSW YORK,
TUE NEW AND ITT,HO ANT 8IDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
LL LEAVE FROM AOOER'S SOUTH WHARr,
ou Saturday, the 13th lush, at 3 o'clock P. AI.
AtT* All outward Freight cugagemculu must be inado
st thc nfllc ol COURTENAY ? Titi::.'HOLM. No. lt
JW For Passago and all matten) conneolcd with tbs
Inward business nf Um Ships, apply lo ST II EE T II ROTH -
ERM a. CO., No. 7* East Hay.
STREET BROTHERS A CO., 1 .""",,
COURTENAY Ai TREN HOLM, f AS01"*'
NEW YO R K ANO CHARLESTON
People's Mail Steamship Company.
CAPTAIN MARSH MAN,
_.,(-(--.-, WILL LEAVE NORTH ATI.ANUO
s?P?^%<? Wharf IFcifnenloy, July 10, at. o'clock,
-mmJ'^A- Lino composed of & team en "MO?
NERA" and "EMILY H. SOIIDEB."
i,JOHN A THEO. GETTV,
July 8_No. tA Ease Bay.
FOR ROCliVILLE AND EDISTO.
"W- "W- PRAZIER,
CAPT. D. HOYLE
18 RECEIVTNO FUEIOUT AT ATLANTIC WHARF
TA 11 Dau, aud will Icavo on Tttttday, the otb, at ll
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or lo
JNO. Ai THEO. GETTY, Agonis. '
July 8 _No. ti Eaat Hay.
FOB BAVAN JS A fci.
1000 TONS mi lt TH KN.
OAPTAIN L. M. COXETTER.
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVER i
Tutidai, Night, at 9 o'clock, for Savannah. 1
For freight or passago apply on board or to ottteo of
J. D. AIBEN li CO, Agents,
May 10 South AUantic Wharf.
T?RUl?l?Ii TiCKKTS?O PLUIiJBJ,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNA'i1
STEAM PACKET LINE,
'I'll l-WM I'. KL?.
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
W KKK LY,
STEAMER PILOT BOY ...CAPT. W. T. MoNELTY.
STEAMER FANNIE.CAPT. F. PECK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL L AVE
Charleston and Savannah rrory .Vemlnv. Woiner,
doy and Friday llornint?. at I o'clock. Touching at
IUii mon on Monday, trip from Charleston, and IFVdnei
day, trill from Havannah.
Freight received dally Iroin 0 A.M. to 5 P. M., and
stored (too of charge
AU Way Freight, also Blueten Wharfage, must bo prc.
For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wharf,
OLAOHOBN Ai CUNNINGHAMS,
. - Agents, Havannah, Oe.
FULLER k LKE,
Agents, Beaufort, 8. 0.
N. D.-THROUGH TIOKETS sold al lbs om oe of the
Agency In Charleston to points on Ibo Allantlo and OuH
Railroad, and to Fernandina and points on the BL J inn's
River._ Joly I
SEW YOltK AND ?1HKMK"! . HTs?AMSH.ll'
THE FIRST-CLASS U. a M AIT, BTEAMSQTPfJ
ATLANTIC. I NORTH ITU* I.IOUT. ? .
BALTIC, ' I WESTERN METROPOLIS.
Leave Pier No. IC. N. H.. Nsw Vor?, ?Tory wcond Sat?
urday, from Juno 18. . ,,
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN,
taking passengers to Southampton, London. Barre ant
Bremen, at tho lollowii ? rates, payable va gold ot Its
emilralent In currency:
First eaton, ?no? Second Dabin, WC; Steerage, ?JA,
From Bram?n. Southampton and Uevro to New Yolk,
First Cabin, H io ; Second Cabin, Ito; Bte*rage, W8.
EXCURSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-Fir al t
Cabin, $310; Second Cabin, ?130; Steerage, ITO.
aaxuKU nara mos ?KW rona axo nnjacxx :
Jane loVnd 39 I Inly 13 and 97 I August 10 snd Ol
Bept.7a.dai | Oct, Bandi* | Nov. 3 and 10
1 For Freight or Passage apply to . ??? r
ISAAC TAYLOR. President,
February S7 ly NO 40 Broad war. M. Y.
?8 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NKWBSRRY "O. It, AT
S3 per annum, ind, haring a Urge circulation
throygh all the n epcr and lower Districts of the State,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rate? for advert?a! ng very reasonable-for which spplj
to our Agent, li/ V. F. BIJDLH, at the MUls House.
fllOa. b * Ii. H. BBEMKKER.
November MlstW MM AToyrteiccs,