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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
XJ2iJUJl UvIXAJ^J XU.
Our Cnblc Disput lim.
LONDON, July 10-Noon-Consols Ul j. Bonds 73
LlVEnrooi., July 10-Noon. -Colton heavy a il
quiet ; salea 80C0 halon; Uplands, lOJil.; rlemiK,
10 15-10d. UroaiWlulTs quiet. Coi n 37(1. Otbcn
LONDON, July 10-2 1*. M.-Consols and honda
LivcnrooL, July 10. -2 1'. M.-Colton Uniter ;
denimel bettui ; ju icen unchanged; thu sales will
reach 10,000 balen.
LONDON, July 10-Evening. -Consol 0I . Honda
LIVERPOOL, July 10-Evening.- Colton mid
Breadstuff* unchanged. Uncoil, 12n-IJ. Produc
FRANKFORT, July 10.- Bondi 72J.
From tUo Wnl Iud lea.
NEW YORK, July 10. -Advices rrom llnvnnn, July
4, report that the rovt lution at Porto nico was
only n military revolt, oauily Htipprcsscd. The
leaders wero executed.
It is reported tlint a caigo nf ida ven WM recently
Alter tho 21st, vcssols nrriving will hu Hued $25
if weight and mcasuro is not stated in tho mani
Sugar is Retira at 8jJ.
WABIUNGTON, July 10_Comptroller KNOX IIBB
rctonicd from New OrlcaiiB, nnd is preparing his
final report regarding tho New Orleans Sub-Treas
ury and First National Hank troubles. Ho hus re
covered 1000,000, which covers about half thc
Con. Sicru.Es has written to Senator TRUMBULL,
urging a general amnesty, except individual to be
named (tho lotter will ho found in full in our local
column.). . ...
,rilQ j^nn,...,_ ."ciiiocrs regard their admission
uunng Ibo prcacnt session ns hopeless.
The dofenco in tho SuntiATT trinl woro engaged
all day m impeaching ll\c? witnesses. A number
aworo that neither Hmm. rs nor CLEAVER could bo J
behoved on oath. Scvernl partiea sworo that thcro
waa no dancing nt tho Metropolitan Hall on tho
afternoon of tho 11th ; mid that ibero was no round
table in tho Hall, contradicting VANDTJirooL's tes
Bon. JOHN NUGENT, of California, applicant for I
tho Mexican Mission, is hacked hy the California
The Internal Iii?venue receipts lo-doy amount lo |
$812,000. , vn-j
'WaanrNQTOH, July 10_In tho Huuso tho limo |
for taking evidence -in tho Kentucky elections Nina
oxlondcd to Deconibor.
A Commitioo of flvo wero appoiuled lo inquire I
into tho treatment of Union prisoners, with power |
to aond for persons and papers.
A Bill was introduced extending tho provisions
of tho Homestead Act, to Alabama, Arkansas,
Mississippi, Loidsionn and Florida, llcfcrred .lo
tko Reconstruction Committee
Tho Committee on Foreign Relations ivrts direct
ed to inqnire v.hellier any American citizen had
boon arrestod and convicted in Croat Britain for
words spoken in Ainorica.
Mr. WILSON stated Hint thc Judiciary Committco
had requested him to state that they wero hot
ready to report on tho ini]toacbmcnt'question. ,
Mr. BOUTWELL ottered a concurrent rcsolutioi) to
adjourn to October next, which elicited a warm de
bate, interrupted by tho announcement of Mr.
BENNIBON'S death. After eulogies, tho Houso ad
journed. , ; " . . . i
In tho Senate, thc consideration of Ibo Judiciary
.Committee's Reconstruction Bill wai; roomed.
An amendment, giving commanders power to till
vacancies by appointment offcitizens or detailed
Boldiars, was adopted hy a voto of 20 to IS.
Tho following was added to thc Cth section :
"Whether holding 'such fflco at tho timo of thc
rebellion or boforo."
DENNISON'S death was announced and oulogics
pronounced. Tho Sonate then adjourned.
F.om nidi minni,
BicmioND, July 10.-Laut night In Pctorabnrg,
about two hundred ncgiocs assembled at tho cars
and rescued from tho shenQ of NtuiBomond coun
ty, a negro oonvictod of felony, who was being
brought to tho Penitentiary hero. They mado tho
sheriff produce tho koya lo tho baildon IVs, and
then mado off with tho prisoner. Tho negro wes
again arrested by tho polico of Petersburg HUB
morning and brought to tho Penitentiary.
A meeting of tba citizens of Hue!, i ugh uni county
yesterday adapted tho Republican platform, and
endorsed tho coursa of tho ll'A io-.
Tho majority of negroes registered in this city
BO far is 1700.
The French to) nero, seized as captured properly
by tho government, and for wliicb tho ROTTIB
CHELDS aro suing, was sold hero to-day by thc
United States Treasury aqent. Tho money is to
bo hold until tho suit ia decided. Thu lot consist
ed of 810 hogs heads.
Registration In Augusta.
AUOUSTA, July 10.-Tho registration hat was
closed in this city to-day. Total registered, 3277 ;
whites, IMO ; bia ks, 1731.
Itegistratlon tn Havannah.
HAVANNAH, July 10.-Up whites and 30 colorod
registered to-day. Thcro is a Republican m as
meeting this evening ; attendance orderly. A. W.
RENKT, of Now York, gavo tho negroes good ad
vice; several speakers followed, and resolutions
wero passed endorsing tho Atlanta ( 'on vont ion and
NEW ORLEANS, July 10.-Madame- JuAnEZ and
party, numbering fifteen persons, arrived last
night, and left this rooming for Vera Cruz on
hoard tho rovenuo cutter Wilder/tea?, Captain
I'm t M AN. They will havo slender accommoda- 1
lions, tho vc sol not having been built for passen
.- ",i n"H "jr ilQ cotlrt-marlial trial of I
MAXIMILIAN and his Coner,]is. c,^"H.i waM
Composed of Lieutenant-Colonel MANUEL Asrinnz 1
as Piesidcnt, six Captains, and a Judgc-Advocatd.
The prisoners wero tried ecparatoly, ouch pion 1
containing tho denial of tho jurisdiction of tho
Court, protesting against tba refusal of tho
right of appeal. MAXIMILIAN waa confined iii
bed when bia caso was called, hie trial hoing lost;
ho was ably defended. Senor KIII.AI.IO ORTEGA, in
refuting the charges of usurper nnd cruelty, said
that tho law of 3d October was m ido when MAXI
MILIAN was cheated into tho belief that JUAREZ
had abandoned tho territory, mid that this law had
boen dictated by tho French Commandor-in-Cliiof.
Ho aaid moreover that this law hud been only In
tended as a tc m ir, fur no petition had over -been
prcaontcd which was not concocded. Tho Council
earnestly asked tho members of tho court in tho
name of civilization, and Uio history which will
jndgo of tho terrible deeds dono this day, BB tho
defenders of tho second independence of Mexico,
to aavo tho good name of tho conntry, for in the
oyea of coming generations thoy will forever ap
plaud tho crowning of tho greatest victories by tho
Among tho accusations against MAXIMILIAN is
tho attempting to prolong tho war by tho dc ci
ot March 7th, croatlng a regency in cuso of hie
death in coming batt les.
JESUS MADIA VASQUEZ, MAXIMILIAN'S counsel j
closed tho argument aa follows : "If you coudomii
tho Aroh Duke lo death, I am not uneasy abont a
coalition in Europe, or tho threatening attitude ol'
tho United Hiatos against tho Republic. I havo
confidonoo in tho Liberal armies who havo routed
tho French from our sod, but I fear tho universal
reproach that will fall upon our country ns rut
anathema moro Uion oven tho Bonlonco of death,
bocauao of tho nullity of tho procco lings or this
Tho Court commenced nt if A. BL on the 13th,
wont into.seeret acsslon on tho ovoning of tho lath,
and resolved at 10 tho samo night.
A largo number of MAXIM ti IAN'S ofUcors and aol.
-diera, representing several nations, aro in the city
all wearing mourning badges. ,, ,:'' !.
NEW YORK, July 10.-Flour I0a20e. botlor,
Wheat DaSc. bettor. Corn quiet. Pork Armor al
22 20. L&rd qniot at ll Ja)' Je. Cotton doll ol
2Cj. Turpentine 53. Roeln 13 75at(l for abalnotl
and palo. Stocks, heavy. Money ran. Gold 38;}.
Rieding, lime, 10J. Sight 10|. ''OT registe roc
bouda 109*100}; coupons 112; Di ooupono 109}
... ? ....j. riMi|>. iiH iir.ry, IN,/, now IBSI.C
MS hi IOS]; IO-M's, registered, 102il02J; coupoin
M2JnlU2}; 7-30's, rat series, 108J; others, 107].
Coll n finn; Halo 1800 bales, nt 2fi}c. Flour
.Stale #l)90all; Southern #.) 00al5 75. Whoal, nov
j wbito Virginia #3 3ii; ambur Otorgin 12 >3a3 55
Mixed Western corn $1 tx, al I ; hilo New Or
t leann #109. I'ork unsettled; now #22 2.' ; oit
421 25. Lard firm, at Hortic. Whitey qaiol
Bice quiet. Sui;rn- timi; Balea 1000 hogshead!
Muscovado lP.il'Je. CofTeo quiet. Tiirpontiiii
58lo. Rosin IS 08. Tallow ll|iil!jc. Wool dull
1'roiglila moro active. Cotton by steamer 3-10.
llALTiMottK, July 10-Cotton dull; Low Middling
21. Coflco quio); ltiu firm. Flour HCUICO ant
higher for Rood grades, ltccciplu of new vi bern
light. Corn nclivo and acareo; yellow ll 12al 13
Western mixed $1 07 1 10. llacon linn, Bloc!
sninll; MOM pork #22 V'ui'J i. Lard dull. Hui;ni
linn nt ll J for. fair to good relining. Whiskoy
(carn), in bond, 2" ; country Matt; eales 1000 bids,
rye, in bund, 75. Sticks Bl cady. Cold 1S8.J. 'Ol
CINCINNATI, July 10.-Flour in good demand
higher grades Improved. Corn llrni and un
changed. Colton dull nt 23. Whiskey steady,
Mess pork lltuior at *22a$32 25. Ilaeon activo
shoulders 10o.; Vicar Hides 13c. Lard in improved
demand; country llalU.
LOITMYILI.B, July 10.-Corn docUuod, 93c. Mou>
Pork #22. Shoulders 10c. Clear Hides 1SJ.C.
ST. LOUIS, July 10.-Flour linn. Corn easier
90c. if 1.03. Fork #22 75. Shoulders 9Jc. Cloni
WII.MINOTON, July 10.-Spirits of Turpentine
steady nt 501 ; IloBiii sloady, #2 50a3 50 ; fair firm
AUOUSTA, July 10.-Cotton moro active; enloi
210 halos ; Middling 22Jn23.
SAVANNAH 3," ",, " . , ...
.muiuiiiga iionunnlly 23. Receipts, 115.
Mom LI., July 10.-Col tm. closed dull nt21Aa22c.
Sales 200 bales.
New Oni.r.ANK, .Tidy 10.-Salea 1900 bales; mackel
nntcUleil; Low Middling, 23ja23}c. Rocoipls 72
bales. Exports 250'batoB. Louis amClaritlcd Su
gars, 15J; Cuba numbers, 12al-t. MobiHiss, nc
sales. Superfino Flour quotod at #11; Trablu Ex
tr.i to Choice, Jl.i iii.-. Corn quiet and Hem; Yoi
low aud Mixed, #1 15. Cats quiet mid limier, 85.
Pork advanced, #24 00. Bacon firm; Shoulder ,
10}; Clear Sides advancing, lt! J. Lird dull'am'
nuniin:il; in tierces 12 al2g, hogs 13]nl3L Qold
39. Sterling 50a53. New York sight, V.ij prom.
UN THU WINK.
Finding timi our old friend Fahrenheit had go
to "fevor hoot," wo'took tho alarm' a fow day
ago; bliowii e ttink our valise, and 'passage on th
Northeastern Railroad, in a ilospcrato effort 1<> ibu
iu ' t|i Mint wilderness como cool lodge.. Wo wer
surprised, ii arriving nt Chapel street, to BOO HI
large, commodious, and very hands imo new depot
that havo boon recently conetnicted by tho North
eastern Railroad Company. From tho number o
fellow-travellers, wo oonuliidcd that otbors, no wc!
as ourselves, had been Stewed in our good old Cit}
and weru making for a moro northorn elimo. 'Al
though it was hot oii tho cars, tho opon air of th
country was a relief, and our oyes foaslcd on tli
varied n'nd over cltangiug verdure that investe
field and forest, swamp, mead mid grove. 'Th
rich foliago of tho maple, gum and poplar; tb
sombre miming or tho pino, cypress mid livo dal
thc tropical luxuriance of tho "cano," and th
thousands of vines and parasites, comforlabi
vegetating in ease, ami void of caro, depending o
other moro hard working subjects ol that kingdot
for their sustenance and support-thcBC, and bm
drcds of other rural sights, formed a pleasing di<
rama lo our wearied urban oyoe, and wo gazed an
feasted on them through all Ibo hundred miles <
tho picturcsquo " Northeastern " scenery. Th
fields of corn aud of cotton were in order, rind pn
sonted an agreeable variety in tho landscapi
Tho log huts, also, and freedmen's colnniqa h ci
and thorn nliservalilb, If not ornamental in then
selves, wcro nevertheless picturesque. But th
wo cannot say of tho barked and "boxed" pb
trees, cr of tho unsightly "BI IIB, * with hnndrot
of b:u nils of "rosin" and turpontino lying aboi
loose.' Bo likowiso with tho numerous caw-mill
situated along tho lino of road. . Tboso aro all na
I ful, and speak woll for tho enterprise and indu
trial activity of our people; but they mar
beauty and hannouy of naturo. Ilowover, as lot
.as tai, pitch and turpentine bring good prices :
Liverpool, and lumber is a good doal iu doman
so loni; "virgin dip" will pay bettor than virg
landscapes, and saw-mills than sylvau sentimos.
Tho Northeastern Railroad is in excellent ot dc
all tho wayside, as well ns tho tm initial dopo
hayo boen rebuilt, and in supoiior stylo to li
the;, wore before tho war. Numcroits villages a
springing up along this railroad, and Floroucc, i
terminus and point of intersection, is growit
?willi every month. If wo wcro to judge of ll
amount of bos mess douo thero ' by tho number
stores, wc should Bay that Flnroiico was in tho ve
.aunth of prosperity. Thcro aro vary many alor
there, BO many that wo wcro unable to count thc
all. The wliisllo blew before wo wera half throui
tho task. J. W. QAITJIms, Esq., mino host of t
largo ond elegant Florcnco Hotel, keeps au oxo
lout bon so, and - though be i ute) tutus travolloi
and in flrst-rato style, too, wo would not like to i
cur his di:,pie MU ru by scrying ho' "lakes them ic
They boast a newspaper now in Florcnco, tho a
zelte, ' which takes caco of tho interests of tl
rising city by day, relieved in its arduous duty
night by tho gallant corps of firemen who ma
such a favorablo impression among tho fuir of tl
Palmetto city in April last. Watched over by su
sontinols (and having no mosquitoes), tho go
peoplo of Flnroiico can rest secure.
Bul wo musl dnl.iy in tho fair Italian city
longer; wo are off again on our way to DarlingU
This is our ficsl visit nineo tho groat firo. Unli
our own City by tho Sea, we find Darlington is i
nursing ber burnt district, but on tbo contri
making all tho bastu sho can to cover tho unslg
lr scar. Tho public KI piare is bnco moro eurro i
cd willi a number of now stocos, larger and har
."oiuer than those that yrcro burned. Thor
, alono iu still covered with sackcloth and ash
civil law wo did not learn, -titi ruins
House oro almost tho only vestige left of tho I
fire. Thia "peaks woll for a small commue
UkciDarUiiglop, at a time Uko this, when basin
is dull, money scored, and'prospect s gloomy.' '
goddess of justico holds temporary court in a ]
vato hall, iinruxivisod for tho purpose.
Darlington has a flourishing newspaper
Zkntttnrner-with a votoran son of Faustus
BnowH-to koop bor Citizens informed of v.
transpires beyond ber limits. Wo visited
oflico and fouud Uio typos engaged in their ai
0 us vocation; tho foroman "imposing" "thril
incidonta," "shocking murders," "Uio weather
the crops," "Hy monea!," and "Rcconstrnctii
on an cx-tombstono, now doiug scrvico as an
The following list compriios tho principal >
ehanle of Darlington; aomo of whom havo I
identified with tho village for many years: Me.
CnABixa & Co., 8. A. WOODS, M. A. HLOOIMS,
J. EAUI.V, EABON A Co., 1'Anra;rt & KELLY, D.
DEBBTEUI,' IL Hnres, 3. Q. MCCALL CA
Wes,WAIHI, I AW & CltAOUtS, NOUAIENT ii 1
OAN. There is a hotel hero kept by Mr. Boas
Alida restaurai it by Mr. 1'KAUOK. .Since Oei
HICK i vs' order bun gono into r licet, ho vf ever, V
cling tho knell to restaurante, tho latter estai
mont, wo boliovo, bas boon "annexed" to
former. This, however, may bo moro rumor.
Darlington hoing tho contco of a largo
wealthy district, aa may bo oupposod, is stiff'
from an overplus of ltwycro and doctors ! th
mer very busy, tho'' latter resting, on their
owing to tho distressingly healthy condition <
country Ibis summer. '
! ll nsin csu ia dull; indeed thora is'a completo
! nttion. There ls no monoy in tho cotmtrj
: vory.propbrly litllo orno credit. "Payasyot
; and "don't spond your monoy before yon gi
aro .two wholesome lessons, which,. it ia
hoped, may Biirvivo tho biller school of our pi
' oxporionoo. . If so'/our low oxeboquor will
1 subsorvod ono good pnrposo. < .
Th oro ls io Ulis district, aa in many other
of tho State, great, scarcity of: provisions;
. large number of persons, both black and i
1 cocci vo eleemosynary i assistance. On Batu
; when rations aro di s tributed to tho noody
> the ausploos of tho Freedmen's Bureau, ovor
I loading to Uio vi llago ls crowdod with the
j ointe, who oomo.frotn Dirlington and Chest
I districts, twenty , and . thirty milos, and pi
j still greater distances, on foot, on borscht
1 ]W M
\u ts, Il wagons, nml n hundred iion-doscript, an
tediluvian vehicles, drawn hy nnimala, thal ap
pear hui romululy doaoondod from tho gunna
equus, poor and bony, npavinod ami scrawny,
moat piteous looking objects. Thuy encamp on
tho public square, and H tay there for hours, waiting
not very' patiently, il munt bo confessed, but
rnthcr noisily, for their turn. Tlioy reootvo gener
ally a pock of moal oach for tho wook, and nothing
ciao, sumctiiuCH n very small quantity of bacon.
For thin puta eo they expend in limo not un
fioquontly from two to thrco dava, and in muscio
of solf and horso certainly moro tban ia compen
sa lcd by. tho snid peck of meal. Wc regrot, nioro
orcr, asa faithful chronicler or current ovonta to
bu compelled to say, that Homotiinos tho frolio of
tho day breaks up riotously, meal being .'swopped"
for whiskey, and nomo of tho pensioners got noisy,
and ovoii bellicose. A humiliating and piloous
A gentleman told us that ho accosted a number
of thuso "sand-hill pcopla" on their way to tho
Commissary, and remonstrated with thom on tho
folly and i inprovidence of wasting tao or throo
days every wcok in going after a pock of moal;
told thom that if thoy would lako work, ho would
employ thirty of them, and givo thom au much
in ..?ut and bread as thoy could cat, and wago * in
mon ev besides. "We cannot leave our crap," was
tho only reply. "Hut you aro leaving il, as it is,
and wear out your animals, and all for nothing.''
"Well, wo cannot help it. Wu haiut got nothing
at homo, aud wo cannot starve." Thoroaro strango
scenes and sights witnessed among tlioso poor
people na they como np for t hoir rations. In order
to avoid imposition as much ar .l.Msihlo, tho Com
missary re. [i 11 ros applicants lo como in pro/u-ia
persona. Nothing is issued to ,,rozio8. Old und
diseased negro, s may bo soon crawling up u.(j
co.mj"5 -"i "1' A not bayo waUtoVfa hundred
yards. Homo aro brought boro, lilted ont of tho
wagon, and tnkon to tho oflico, moro dead than
alive. Ono caso wo hoard of, told us hy an eye
witness, is that of an old and infirm nogro, who
beldon to o chair, probing;tho samo Ucforo him,
and every tow minutes would' sit down and rest
himself on this chair. Dy this Blow and primitivo
locomotion, ho canto hom Ovo to six milos.
Those ?Vandliillors," that have HO often furnish
od a I nomo to our radical detractors-tho "poor
whites"-ha vo horotoforo boon at h disadvantage,
in that thoy woro not willing to work Lido by aldo
with tho slavo, but now that thia, institution ia
abolished, their pr judico need not bo Mihi wound
ed. Tho laud minor would oven prefer whito labor,
and, if insisted on, let tho Bandliillors work in
squads to themselves, if thoy could bo 11 In d op to
do it. lu tho colimo of time, wo doubt not, theno
-people will lonni to work and boo,uno rcaptSotablo.
Thoy aro now going through tho poriod of tranei
tiou. Tho spirit very often in willing, but. tho
fie nil weak. Homo, wo learn, this year agrood to
work for wages, aud others runted land at
sonio distanco from what had boen their homo
stead. They made a fair start. Diro uocesaity
tnucht thom nrdor, civilization, work; but, alas,
the tempter cuno in tho shape, of blackberries,
and they lacked tho powor to realst. Tho kind
year had showered her first fruits upon them;
there wore blnckborrioB in tho old Holds aud onllio
ditch banka; thoy now could "seo their way cloar."
Thoy laid by tho plough and tho crop, put away
shevo! ami hoe, and all hands "took to tho woods.1'
Blackberries, demoralized' thom. Moro anon.
Another Reconstruction Act. -..
Tho following ia the full text of thc Bill
agreed upon hy thc.House Judiciary Commit
tee, nnd offered hy Mr. STEVENS on Monday
As ACT supplementary to nn Act entitled un
Act to' provide for thc more efficient govern
ment of the rebel Slates, passed March 2,
18117, nnd thc Act supplementary thereto,
pnsscd March 23, 1807.
Ile il enacted by Ihe Senate and House of Repre
sentation of the -United Stutes af America,.in Con
gress assembled, That it is hereby declared lo
liave been the truo intent and menning of thc
Acts of March 3 nnd March 211, 18(17, to which
this Act is n supplement, thal governments
then existing in thc rebel States of Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Qcorgin, Mis
sissippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Floridn, TcxnB
nml Arkansas, were illegal nnd void, and thnt
thereafter said governments were to bc con
tinued subject in all respects lo thc military
commanders of thc respective districts and to
thc authority of.Congress only.
SEC. 2. And he il further enacted, That said
nets, to which this is a supplement, ahull bo
construed lo authorize the officer assigned to
thc oom marni of any military district under
said nels, whenever he shall deem it necessary
to the duo performance of his duties under
said nels, to remove or suspend from office any
municipal or Slate officer, or person exercising
authority under or by virtue of any so-called
Slnte Hovei muent existing in his dish iel, nnd
to nppoiul another pcraou instead of thc officer
or person so. removed, if he shall deem proper
so to do. nnd to authorize the officer assigned
to tho command of any military district under
said nets, whenever hp may deem il ncccssujy
ns aforesaid, to prohibit, suspend or set aside,
nny*act or proceeding of nny such Stntc or
municipal government, or any net or thing
done under or by virtue ol* its authority; it
being' tho intention of said net that during its
continuance, said so-culled Slate tlovcrnmcnts
of the Hebel States shall bc allowed to continue
only as subord nalo to, nnd subject to thu con
trol of thc officers assigned to the military dis
trlots aforesaid respectively, and to Congress ;
nnd nil nets heretofore. dono hy nny such of
ficer in accordance herewith shall he deemed
SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That thc
hoards of registration of tho several military
districts, established by thc acts to which this
is ndditional, shall admit lo registration only
such persona na they deem entitled to bc regis
tered hy thc neta aforesaid. They shall not re
gard thc taking of tho oath prescribed in the
act of March 23, 1807, conclusive evidence of
the right of tho person taking it to ho register
ed, but prima facie only; and may receivo such
evidenco under oath, relating thereto, as they
may deem proper, either from the person ap
plying to bc registered or others, and cither of
tho members of said boards arc hereby atithor
cEnmiSo-wWiVfies M.ft ift^asSi
person to bo registered. Said hoards of regis
tration may strike from thc list of voters the
name of any ono j already mentioned who, in
their judgment, improperly took tho oath pre
scribed in the act, to which this, is additional,
or wns not entitled hy said nets lo he register
ed, and shall not ho bound or governed in their
notion by nny opinion of nny officer of thc Unit*
cd Slatca Oovorniuont. ltecord evidence shall
not be required by said boards to provo parti
cipallon in thc rebellion; but parolo' evidence
of fact of snell participation shall ho deemed by
said boards sufficient to effect tho disfranchise
ment provided for hy tho ads lo which this ia
SEO. 4. And he it further enacted, That no
civil court of the United Slates, or of nny State,
shall have jurisdiction of any action or pro
ceeding, civil or criminal; ngninst any auch
District Commander, or nny officer or person
neting hy his authority, for or rm nccount of
nny net done hy him in bia official capacity
nuder.this net, or under the sots lo which it is
supplementary, lo wit, tho act named in tho
first Heel ion of this Sci, and tho not' of March
8, 1807, supplementary thereto, j jo.: j
, \S .J . And be it further enacted; Thal ni
Dlsfritt Commander shall be relieved frbin thc
command assigned to bim under tho 'aforesaid
nels unless tho Senate shall have first advised
and consented to his removal, or unless by sen
tence of court-martial he shall be cashiered or
dismissed from the anny, or unless he shall
consent to ho so relieved.
'W. T. BaANTLY, D. D.-This eminent
divine, now pastor bf thc Second Baptist Church
of Atlanta, waa in wir city last Sabbath. In
tho forenoon, at the Mulberry qlreet Mclho!
dist Church, he il cl i ve rod the cn m mc no em tint
sermon before tho faculty and pupils of thtj
Wcslevan Female College-ono or his masterly
efforts. At night,, in tho First Baptist Church;
, Dr. B. preached a moat 'Impressive discourse!
suggested by th'e sententious supplication roi
corded in tho thirteenth verse of thc eighteenth
chapter of I,uko-A sermon' which will never1
' hr forgot ton by tho more thoughtful among tho
! largo iutdicnc'0 who listened to his unan ivnr.
, nMo arguments and truly eloquent porsua-'
j nions.-Macon Journal.
I . ! An enterprising mcrohant of Cincinnati pro
poses to send wheat down tho Mississippi tr '
i. Kow Orleans, and thence to New York, for half
il the ruling rates, or thirty cenia a bushel. . I
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Wu-i In- Keim I vi. uinl lr 1< tul of Mr. anti
Mn.. Aumni J. WIIITP. nml ur I keir Hon, ABBOTT
lt RISHAN H WHITE, uro Invited tu attend tba Funeral
Services of Ibo hiller, ut Saint Philip's Church, TM* Af
ternoon, ni Slr o'clock. ? July ll
TT BTItlCT ORNERYANCE LODOE NO. 73,
\. If. M.-Tito illlecM una iiieiulH'ni aro requested to
allein! Mi finn r.il nf llruthcr A. fl. WHITE, at St.
PblU| Church TA it A,f1rriioon, nt fi oVlock parfswly.
UyorilcrW. H. DOUG1 AS, Secretary.
DIED. In f'nlleliin I)iHtriel. S. C.. nu Ihn ititi ol May.
Mr. WILLIAM MARS, In Ihn Kith year olbin 0 . Milo
deceived HUM lioni lu Norlh Cnnillun, bill rciunvi>a with
liin parent* at n very carly agc lo thin HUtc. boro ho
hun ever nine IIVIMI, highly n iq..-ctn! hy nil wh<- '.ave
knnwu him, for bin worth UH a luau ami a cltl-.cn. Ho
wni industrious, honest, klnaiie.iii d and liberal, and
wiiH nltngethcr Mach nu ono an luakvn Iho world poorer
win II h alen, lin ha,| brun n member ot tho llaptlal
. lem.nm:-,i nu nlxiut I i nly yr.irn. ami han left pleasing
evidi'Ui'u lo hld frluuilH, lu lil clirlntlan walk ami hf .
Hint he han go lo rcnl. Ills laid itay < wero full of pain
and snfToriug, hut lui wan pill,mt ami resigned lo ibo
will I (led. ll hun li ft 1, bin. 1 bim lo ninuni bis loss
an aged wife. Hmm children, gratidditlilrcu and many
relatives an 1 ttleiiils. ay.
Ip E 9!AL_ NOTICES^
irs- NOTL.E.-M. DKIONAN HAH NO AU
TIIOMTV Iii lise lim linnie of MiGOUHTY* DEIONAH.
and Ibu undersigned ls not responsible 'or any contracta
he niny euler lalo. MICHAEL McllOURTY.
Julv _ Url*
i Ho vsi Horan HOPSI II-^JUHT '
UftlVKD, n flue lot nf prinin fresh WESTERN HOPS,
ami for Mai hy tbo peutid or lem In I wright, hy
C. I-. PANKNIN.
July ll maui ''heuiist and Apolheesry,
ea- NOTICE!-i HKI - JVY ~;\mi iT ALL
personH not IO nulli nny on III my urmo without un
written order. CHAULES DEIONAN.
July 4 ' ' 6*
njrSTATE OESOUTU CAROLINA, CHARLEH
TON DISTRICT-.CLERK'S OFFICE C. O. H. AND C. P.
-PUBLIC NOTICE.-I, J. W. BROWNFIELD, Clerk of ]
Kalil Court, lu put nuance of tho Act of th Lcgbilnlurc, In
neb caso made and provided, do hereby give public no
tice Hint au ELECTION FOR SHERIFF OF CHARLES
TON'DISTRICT will bo held on .Vumtuy, Ibo elli ol
August next, nt all thc uni al places of election througb
? ml the said Dlntricl.
Witness my band, al Charleston, Iho v.Hh June, 1307.
' l J. W. BROWNFIELD, C. O. S. and C. P.
ara- NOTICE T J MARINE1IH.-C ATTAINS
AND PILOTS winbin . to anchor^UioIr vcasols In Ashley
Uiver, ore requested n il lo do HO auywhora within direct
rango of Ibo bends ol tho SAVANNAH 'RAILROAD I
WHARVES, OH Ibo Chartcvton and St. Andrew's nido ot [
tho A: bli y River; by which prcxauUnn, conlact with the
Submarino Telegraph Cubic will'bo avoided.
B. C. TURNER, H.' M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 0, iscf..
~ a -KR tORrT"oV Y fiT.-A GENTLEMAN
who snflenil fr.r yenna frntn Nervous Debility, Pre
mature Beeny, ami aU Ibo ell. , in nf youthful Indlrcro
lion, will, for Hie sake nf Hufleriiig humanity, nomi frc ,
ti all lu tired lt. Ibo receipt and directions for making
Ut limpio ratnedy by which ho was cured. Sufferer
wlslili gta profil by tho advertiser's experience, can do
noby addressing,i i pcrlect confidence,
JOHN B. OODEN,
April 1 2 3m os* No 42 Cedar street. New York.
.WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WH1TINO, Eeg., ai a candidate for sherill ol
Charit nton I Judi, i al) Dud ri.-t, at Iho next election.
so- li AT CH EL O R'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE is Uio best In tb world. Th
only Iras uud ixrfccl Dy-harmless, reliable, Instan
taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculouH Un tn.
Salural Black or Brown. I:.unedle -, thc 111 eu.via of na.1
Dye*, lurigorstes thc bair, leaving it colt and beautiful.
Tho genuine la signent William A. Ittitchrlnr. All others
aro mero Imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, No. 81 Hardey
street. New York.
3- HEW Alli: OF A COUNTERFEIT.
. em lunn m ? " ' lyr
for the HAIR positively restores gray bair tn Hs original
color and youthful lustily; Imparta life, strength and
growth to the weakest hair; slops ita falling oui-at onco;
keeps en lu el clean; is unparalleled os a hsU'-tlrcsaing.
Hold by nil druggists, fashionablebalr-drcasors, and deal
ers in 'aney goods. Tba trade supplied by tho whole
SARAH A. CHEVALIER. M. Lt.,
June 8 siuthOmo New York.
KV THE O OA VEST MALADIES OF YOUTH
AND EARLY MANHOOD_HOWARD ASSOCIATION
ESSAYS, nu thu Physiology of Uio lTtsslons, and Ul
Errors, Abuses nml lilvj.n peculiar lo the lint ago oi
mau, willi Hopo rta no uow methods of treatment em
ployed In Ulis Institution. Sunt In scaled letter en
velopes, freo of charge.
Address Dr. J. BKn.l.IN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pl.
May 20 ' Hmo
3* ARTU'TCIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EVES modo tn order and Inserted by Dra. F.
BAUCH sud P. OOUOLEMANN (formerly employed by
ROISSONNKAU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New York.
April 4 lyr
-A YOUNO LADY RETURN1NO TO HEH
country home, after a sojonm of a few months in the
city, was hardly recognized by hor friends. In placo o:
a coarse, rusUc, Hushed face, sho bad a sod ruby com
plexion of almost maride smoothness, and Instead ol
tw. nly-throo she really appeared but eighteen. Upon lp
qu i ry na lo thu causa of no great a change, she plainly
told them Uiat sho used Uio CIRCA .'ft AN BALM, and
considered lt an invaluable acquis lion to any Indy's teilet.
By Its uso any Lady or Gen lissa i ii ran improve their per
sonal appearance au buisdrrd told It ls simple In Its
comblnaUon, as Natur, h trash* in nlmplo yet unsurpass
ed In Its rill cary lu eVewlug ImpurlUes from, also heal
ing, cleansing raid beautifying Ibo akin and complexion.
By Its direct i rtlun on tho n tido lt draws from lt aU Its
ImpurlUes, kindly bealing Ibo same, and leaving tho sur
face as Nature intended it should bc -clear, soft, smooth
and beautiful. Price fl, sent by Mall or Expresa, on ra
cd [it of an erder, Ly , .
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
' No.di Weal Fayello sir,, t, Syracuse, N. Y. j
Uio only American Agonta for tho salo of tho same.
March 30 . Jj," ;
"COSTAR' SL"ai A.. i
... j ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEAHS.
Laboratory, No. IO Crosby atreet, Nexv \ orle
3000 Boxes, Uotllcs add Flaaka manufactured dally, j
"SOLD TIYAJA. DRUOQISlSEVERYWtiER
..COST H'S" 8 A LES DEPOT,
No. ASA BROADWAY, NEW TOUK,
Where fl, f 3 to ts alten are put up for Pam flies, S toroa
Ship", Boals, Public InnUtutlons, Atc, Ac.
. lt lt truly wonderful tho couQdcnco Uiat ls now bi J In
ev,-1v form or PrcparaUous Uiat comes fnim "Cottar's "
1'jiubllxlrmrut. " , ...J
-COSTAB'S" EXTERMINATORS-For BaU, Mica,
Rosche , Anti, ftc. Afc. "Only Infallible remedy known.''
"Not il gen i us lo Um bu io au family." "Ral como ont
of their nott* lo die," Ac ' I
"OOrvTAR's" BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR-^ liunld,
out up in botUonj and rlovcr known to loll. -J
"COSTAB'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moths in
Pnrn and Woollen*, ts Invaluable. Nothing can oxceod lt
for power and cflicacy. Destroys Im- tautly aU Insec ls on
Plants. Fowls, Animals, AC. _ ' I
"COSTAB'S" BUCKTHORN HALVE- For Cutt, Burns.
Wminds, Bruises, Broken Breasts, Boro Nipples, Piles ld
all formai/Old Borr , Ulcor , and all kinds of cutanebus
sffecUmis. No family nbould bo without ll. lt oxceedi
iueJ eacyaUothcrli vealn rino. I! . : illll.'fiVl
"Coil AB'S" CORN HOLVENT-For Corns, Bunlons|
* " r?08TAR'S11 DITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOSi
8 :MS-Beaullflea tho Complexion, by giving to the kilt
a soB sud bcanlifjil freshuoss, and Islneoiuiiarobly bc4
yond anything now In use. Ladles of taste and poslUnrl
regard lt at an essential to Ibu toilet. An unprecedented
nafol* Ha boat rooommcndaUou. Ono. bolUo it always:
followod hy moro. Try lt lo know. j I
".COiTAIl'S'' BISHOP PILLB"A univertal D'.timi
Pill (sugar-coated), and ot cxtraonUuary efficacy for Ooed
tironees, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous snd Sick]
Headache.. A Pill that ls now rapidly supersedbaa all
thur , i' 1 . .1 '
"COSTAB'S" COUGH REM EDY-For Oqughs, Colds;
HcUmnoos; Bdrd Throat,' Croup, whooping rough, A nth!
ma,.and aU-forms.iof Uroncbta), sud Disease of Uni
Throat md Lunga.' ' A.:dreaa' _
,, , , , ' IIE1N11Y II. COSTAD., I
','"' '.'. '. 1 ' No. 482 BROADWAY, N. Y.
,,,,'-. , . i i . AVIIOLHHAL1 AUEVTH, '
No, UH Meeting alroet, oppotlto Charleston Hotel.
'June 17 " ' ' ' '
CHERA'W ADVERTISE R
r\KVOTKD UTFJIATUP.E, SCIENCE, AJ IT,
i} AORIC LTUBE, and MIHOELLANc'OUS NEWS.
Obcraw, B. C. Published weekly, by W. L. T. PBrNOl
*,CO" I -.I 7 X ll W 9 OP XJ L--KMI ll T1 OK 1
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Poy each tndiiM-.quinit liinertl'U'.. .. 1 O t
' Xll'AdfOiiitcmnnia tb on dltUnctly marked, or the;
will be publlshad un tai o rd ere 1 out, and eiutrged acoord .
'n tlorclifnu and otbert ajdyqrtvlug.by tbs yeas, libe
ral deduction on the ttxiv* ratet wiu be nudo,
N9t pilKM6.; ' 1.Hil .< "' ...
SPECIAL NOT ICES.
kVOFFK.'K QF HOARD Or* IIKAI.TII.
OH A HLK8TON. M. C., JUNK 1Mb, IAST.-Oa and after
Thit Day. CLORi F. OF MUK ANO OOPPKIUH, for
lilHINFKCT'r'u l'URl'Osl'.H, will lu. fund-died fri "j
char yr. Uti nj .ll. nt!., n at till dill.'.'. Nu. 117 Cojolin;
?rivett,'a* ike City eiilliurlllcs earnestly ileaire that the
?illaciiH generally should une disinfectants promptly alni
(rudy, wherever necessary.
U KOW IK H. PKLZKIt, M. P..
JIM j M 15 City Registrar.
*ya~ NOTICE.-ALL 1'KIIKONM HAVING in:
MANDH against thc uslato of THOMAS ll VAN, deceased,
will present thi lr rial aaa, proiiorly nltOMted; ami Dioso
luilobtnl will malic payment lo WM. H. RYAN,
(Juahiled Administrator, willi Un. Will auurxed.
Juno' 7 lbj At No. 7 State aired.
. il ALL'S VEOETARLE SICILIAN IIAIH
RENEWER hoe proved Itself lo be Ibo moat pnrfccjt pr
parnllun for Ibu bair uvor offered to tho public.
It la a vegetable coni|K)uud, and contains nu Injurious
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY ll A I lt TO ITH ORIGINAL
Il will keep Ibu hair from Tallinn out.
It cleanses Ibu Kaff ond makes tim liolr soil, lustrous
It ls a splendid bair dresfiuij.
No person, old or joung, should fsll lo usr lt.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED UY THE FIRST
M,v Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rcuowcr,
and take no other. n. P. HALL A CO,,
Nashua, N. II., Proprietors.
For salo by all Druggists. Wliolcsalo by
DOW IK Ac MOIST;,
SUCCESSORS TO KING SDOi UIDKV,
:. L v!i 1 Illly Charleston, H. C.
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NE YS
r/VPER ESTABLISHMENT n most oxlwtstvc and
Supplied with a Rroat variety of TLAtN AND
FANCY TYPE, of tho Litest and most approved
stylos ; and wo havo overy facility for executing
all kinds of JOD WORK in
U KUM AN, anti
Bill and Letter Heads
&C, &C, &C. :
THOSE OF OUE FRIENDS DE*
SIRING JOB WORK, wi plcastj
leavo their 1 orders with ns'. Wo
will guarantee as good ' w.ork, and
nt as CHE AF RATES, as cnn nd
l-l A |. ? ! I Ail! ii M Vf*. .IV fi . .'.>.. . X <
' , ? ( .; , .1,. ? ,
had in Charlestolii ? . , ..,, "
' ' CiTDCARTi. M!HILIAK &, MORTON.
IB AN' EXCELLENT AD VERTI OJQ MEDIUM. LET
ki cr ol an ts and bualness mon'try lt lora few months.
"No riak no gain." Boud on your , cards and Increase)
tour trade' this fall. There's nothing to evjoal rrmlera
Ink-lt baa mad o many a fortune, ... i.t ? . 1 ,
Term for Ibo p pcr- 3 per annum, In advance. J
Ad vcrtUtme.DU loaertod at tho rate of ll per sipa lr of
twelve Unca or leas for each Insertion.
Cords of lon linea or lera, at the rate of HO for three'
months. ' ? . ?. . T
Contracts by tho year ot for six months, allowing prlv
Hone of clianolna on more favorablo terms. Address
~ EDWARD A. URONSON.
, Kovomher !?/; ' fntilisi..-: .n.i .icnlu Inr
TlkE ORANGE BURG NEWS.
PUDL18HED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Oritigobtirg, H. C. Tcrma 2 por annum, In ad
vance. ... I ? >. ' , ' . ,..
During the spring and fall seasons *rt OH* J
OB sa ncaa NKWS will be dranlated for the benoni ol (
- ' Eailer r n , , j
February y ? Ottngsbarg, H j
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*