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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
LONDON, August 2~Evening-In tho Houaool
Lord? tho Reform Hill was roporlotl from (ho Com?
III i I ico of tho Vi'hulo, whcio il mw under considcr
atiou, and ordered to a thiid reading. Final no?
tion will ho taken on tho measure on Tuesday,
Al the Orcciiwood--raccs to-day (ho principal
HIV waa that for tho lliohmoud plate. Eleven
horses ran. Tho leading hornet) cania in aa fol?
lows: Otmtltfil llrst, Lord llonatU second, and
yt m itt du third.
PARIS, Augusl 2_Hou. GEORGI: BANCHOIT,
United Slates Ministerio Pl uaoia, arrived in thia
LONDON, August 2-Kvening. -Dispatches havo
booD received hero to-day from Athena, announc?
ing thal thu Grecians havo deroated tho Turka itt
sovorat rccont engagements. Tho santo dispatch
makes mention of tho departtiro of (ho French
squadron for Candia, lor (ho purposo of bringing
back refugees to Greece.
LONDON, August 3-2 P. M.-.-Dispatches received
to-day from Alhena bring tito intelligence that tho
Crock Govornmont baa announced its dctcrmiua
tion to dcclaio war against tho Sublimo l'orto un
September 1, uhould tho hostilities ngamal thc
Christians in Ibo island of Candia not bo ouded le?
thal limo. Croat military preparations aro being
made for such a contingency, and orders have
been issued calling out thu cntiro reserves of thc
LONDON, August 2- Kvening.-Consols 9l.|.
LIVERPOOL, August 2-Evening,-Colton quiet
and, steady al in Jd. for Middling Uplands, aud 10i<l.
for Orleans; sales 10,000 bales.
Cotillion Ilrtvveen tile Militai y and Civil
WASHINOTON, August -1.-Marshal GuODI-OE, of
Ilia, District of Korth Carolina, lins reported to (ho
Attornoy-Uotioral lhat tho process of tho United
States District Court, lately bold by Chief Justice
CUASI:, is obstructed by order of Liotitenaut
Oolonol FRANK, coi mn.indi i ig (ho Post of Wilming?
ton. Tho ground is expressly mentioned in thc
order lo be, that iu each of tho casos obstructed
tho cause of action adjudicated upon by Judge
Cu ASE accrued betweon Septombcr 19, 1300, and
May 15, 181?. (h m ral SRSVI.ES' Order No, 10 hav?
ing forbidden jud ges to entertain Muy mn ls for
mattera accruing between theo dales, (bu Mar
Bhal supposes that Qonoiral SICKLES did not mean
to include Courts of the United Stales. Col.
FRANK intorprota tho order differonlly. Marshal
O00DLOE has suspended action until ho shall hear
from Gen. SICKLES, or rocuivo instruct ions from
Washington, being anxious to avoid any collision.
Thia mailor ia regarded na a ven- grave event,
although tho impression prov ails that Uto com?
mandant at Wilmington has acted without thc
kuowlodgu ot Cou. SICKLES, who is conlldently ex?
pected to disapprove his action. OOODI.OF.'B course
has bean approved at tho Altorney-Ceucrars
offico, but no step will bo taken uulil suflicicut
limo shall havo passed for report from tho Com?
manding I ?em it al.
Fro in Washington.
WASIU.SUrevs, August 3.-Admiral TEOETHOKE, of
tho Austrian navy, and suite, who aro en rou/c lo
rocovor tho body of MAXIMILIAN, havo nrrived
Tho order for (ho removal of .SHERIDAN baa not
yoi been prepared. It iu said iii circles usually
well informed on public affairs, that Con. THOMAS
will supersede SHERIDAN ; that HANCOCK will tako
tho position now occupied by TUOALAH ; that SHERI
DAM will bu ordered to Lt. Uon. SHERMAN.
Tho Secretary of tho Navy bas recoived dis?
patches from Coutuiodaro ROE, oointuaudiug U. S.
ateamor Taconcy, announcing his arrival at l'on
acula, four days from Vera Cruz, whoro ho loft
Admiral PAWER in his flag-ship, tho Susqnehan
Senor DON JOSE LACDUIA, Prime Minister of tho
biro MAXIMILIAN, and bis Secretary, wcro passen?
gers on tho moon ry. Pear Admiral PALMER re?
ports bia arrival at Vera Cruz on tho 20th from
Koy Wost cia Tampico. Everything is quiet
Lieut. Commander MAXWELL, commanding
Uuited States sicamor Yanlte, died on board bia
vessel in Tampico Uiver, On tho lOllt July. Ho
waa buried in tho Protestant burying ground nt
Tampico on tho 20tb, tho authorities there honor?
ing tho occasion with military ceremonies.
Tho Austrian corvolto KiUabtth was at Vera
Cruz, awaiting tho body of MAXIMILIAN. A French
gunboat is also in port. No foreign roprcscula
t ives aro recognized but our own-other foreign
Consuls having struck their tings. SANTA ANNA is
nt ('nmpc.ii uy.
.1 migo Iuie i.i.ir, for tho prosecution, com?
menced hie address to tho Jury in (ho Suiiii.vrr
ease to-day, and occupied tho ontiro day, and thc
probability is that hu will not conclude his argu?
ment bolero Tuesday.
Receipts of Inlet nal Povoiiuo to-day 11,380,000.
Fractional currency redeemed during tho week
ending to-day amounted to $305,300.
RICHMOND, August 4.-WM. P. BAILEV, of Balti?
more, was mu over and killed on tho Putersburg
Railroad last night.
From New York,
NEW YORK, August 3.-Only tail cases of cholera
havo occurred in this city sinco tho first of May,
aud every caso has boen followed up by ?inmedi?
ato disinfection of tho premisos in which it occurs,
and thus tho diacneo prevented from spreading.
NEW YOBS, August 1.-Tho Canadian Commis?
sion is still in session iu New York, taking ovi
donco in behalf of tho United States in suit
against JACOD THOMPSON, iu tho Chancery Court
at Toronto, to recover tho Confederate privateer
Georgian, which was intended for service on the
lakes during tho war.
From Pru nay 1 vania.
HABRISDURO, August 2.-A soluto was fired this
morning by ordor of tho Governor in honor cf tho
From Ht. 1.unlit.
ST. Loins, August 3.-Tho United Slates Ex?
press was robbed of about $1G00 near Mayville,
Lafayette County, yoslorday morning, by Ihren
mon, who stopped tho biaga. Tho passengers
woro also robbed of connidei vblu ninney mid other
NASHVILLE, August 3.- Ito turna so far foot np :.
majority of 17,000 for BnoWNLow. TRUIRLE,
STOKES, A UNI M., MAYNARD, HAWKINS, MIII.LENB,
MUNN and UUTLER, all I le publica DH, are olectod ta
Congress. Thoy mako a cloau swoop ot both
Houses of tho Legislature
SAVANNAH, Augusl 3.-Bogislralion closed iu
thia city to-day. Wliiloa, 2'2('.l); colored, 3062; ma?
jority, colored, 793.
MOBILE, August 2.-A Aro occurred hero this
morning, at No. 181 Dauphin nt red, destroying
tho building. Iioss estimated at $20,000-partially
From Now Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, August 3.-Con. ROUSSEAU loft
this mnming for Washington, to consult with tito
Russian commisBioncr regarding tho transfer of
tho now territory.
Prom San Francisco.
HAM FOAM CISCO, Augusts.-Tba steamer II asaca
has arrived from Panama willi yellow fover on
board. Sho repot ts G8 casoa on tho voyage up and
18 deaths. Moat of tho dead woro buried at sea.
The sickness is confined to tho orow, not ono caso
among tho officers. Sixteen cases reported ott
board now. No communication allowed between
shore and vcsaol.
Tho Pacific ?ail steamship Montana also ar
rived with tho Now York passengers. No caso of
fever occurred, but there wcro two deaths during
tho trip from other causes.
Nsw YORK, Angust 4.-An Orizaba letter, of
July 18, gives an account of tho eutbuslastio re?
ception given to Madamo JUAREZ idl along tho
route to tho Olly of Moxico. JUAREZ will undoubt?
edly bo tho unanimous choleo for Proal dont.
- Vron* Ute Weat Indies.
NEW YORK, August A.-Corresponden00 from San
Domingo status that CasniL has fallon into dis?
favor among tho pooplo by bia actio na ein co bis re?
turn from tour of Con airy. Tho conforonoo for a
basia of a treaty with Hay ti bad oommonocd. SAL?
?-AVE ls still tho Eiecntiwi ot HaytL. ,w
[Um lui- inti lllgcm i .
NEW Yong, Aug ut .-Tho Bteani yacht Alic*
Hig'j.; Now York lof Raraco.i, wns abandoned on
tho Or*t. Tlio Captain mid crow were rescued by
tho steamer Virgo,
NEW YoitK. August 3.-Tho monoy niorliot closed
easy ni 3a5 por cent, on call. 1'nrolgn Exch.r.go
?lull ami lower; brokera auk 100ja110. Gold linn
nt MO), Governments Ann nt morning's advance.
Railway Stocks clou <1 willi a downward tendency.
Total imports or wc ok, JIM 18.371. IIUB?IICBS ?I
Hub-Treasurv to-dnv: receipt H $!,-llH.l)<-,l; payments
151(1,109; balance $?2o,7l?l,(?7<>: roooilita for customs
$355,000; Toi' gold tinten $75,000. Hank KtatoillOllt
is 11 -:t favorable than lout week. Luaus increased,
Nr.w YniiK.Align?t 3-P. M.-Coll?n Bhadclirmor;
?alon, 25P0 taloa; upland". '?Sic. Hour low; old, 25
?OOo. lower; Hale? Itivor bayon; Ohio, lo loa M oo;
Western, *(i SiteS 50; Southern easier at $ 12a lo.
Wheal quiet, willi.nit iUTitled chango. Corn shade
liellur; Slat 03^ for new mixed Western. Whiskey
?liiiot nt 33.137, in bond. Now Mead l'ork, $22 87Jn
NEW ORLEANS, Aucu-t 3.-Colton-Halos 950
bairn; linn; l,ow M illili mi; 25a25jc; receipts 380; ox
portri 3255 balen. Suirar-clioieo Louisiana lOjc;
jiriuio to cl?nico Cuba 15c; Cuba Molasses 48a55c.
e'lour nomina]: superfine $9 50. Corn Urin; yellow
mixed $1 05; whito mixed $1 25; white il 25. Oats
-nono in drat li.iuds; nominally $1 15al 20. Pork
IIIHI nt $20. llac-nii duli; pricos tending down?
ward; shoulders 13jnl3$c; clear (?den ldalGJc;
?illino sugar-cured bama 21 i22o. Primo Dani
tiorcos 131c; kegs Hie. Gold 110. Sterling 521a
55. Kow York Sight j premium.
MOMEE, Auguat 3.-Colton-salea, GOO halos to
factors, cloning at full ratos: Block on hand light,
cloning linn ; low middling;, 2.He
HAVANNAH, August 3.-Cotton in nolivo demand;
'ourr grades neglected; sales 1G0 bales; n eninta 90
Reports Rom tho crops aro oncournging; daily
OITt WASHINGTON COKRlSSi'OiVDKNlFL
ANXIETY ON THC Tono OF SHERIDAN'S REMOVAL
WHEN WILL THE PnEsinr.NT Aar-TnE ELECTION
IN TENNESSEE To-Monnow-GOOD ADVICK mon
AN GLU JOURNAL-GRANT AOAIN ON TUC llACK -
WILL IIB m; NOMINATED-ETC., ETC.
WASHINGTON, August 1.-Evory ono is on llio
qui rice now for tho practical inovomonl on tito
|>ai't <if tho President, with rogard to n chango in
thu military commnndcrship or thu fifth District,
which has been acmi-oflicially announci d ns about
to occur. Tho matter is a subject of ovcry day
conversation, and many aro tho speculations in?
dulged in OB to tho ultimato result. Tho mnjoijjy
of those host informed as lo thc I'rcsidout's move?
ments, assert positively lliat Ibo ordor making thu
chango will bo issued thiB wcok, wliilo othors aro
equally emphatic in persist mg thnt nothing will i o
done in tho coso, c'.ting thin ns au instance similar
to others in which tho President has manifested a
disposition to cxecnto great State movements, but
i rom which purpnHO ho has olteu and ngniii Ticen
pcrsiinriod by unseen influoiicos from prosecuting.
Wo must wail and seo what is lo bo dona howevor
in this caHc. There nro thought to bo many
dillicultics in tho way, and somo oven hiul thal
tho President, by removing HUKUTUAN. would bo
brought into an issue with both tho Secrolary of
War H .d General Un ANT. Certain it is thut a now
controversy would bc oponod with Congress. Tho
Executive Department appears dclerniined how?
ever, and developments may como lo light in a
short limo hardly thought ol now.
Nu lit Ho interest is expressed in ofllcial circles
hero in relation to tho election which takes place
in Tcuucssco to-day. If it is conducted without
scricniB disturbances it will bo n very agreeablo
disappointinenl, as fears or such an occuiTonco,
woU qualified by recent events iu that unhappy
Stale, havo long been oxporionccd. That election,
and tho meeline or tho Republican Convention in
Richmond, both on tho aamo day, will bo among
thc important ovoids of this years history. Tho
authorities hero will overlook affairs in Tcuncssco
to-morrow by tho lightning aid or tho telegraph
wires, and, if necessary, ordors will flash from tho
headquarters of tho Gouoral-in-Chicf to tho scouo
of didiculty, ns in tho olden timo of war. Evory
precaution has boen likon, however, to provout
bloodshed, and thu i vsence of a good force of
United States troops ought cortoinly to do so.
Tho Nat iona! Intelligencer, of this morning, con?
tains a very scusiblo and well-time.! article ou tho
subject of tho disposition manifested hy substan?
tial and influential citizens in (ho South, lo doelino
participation in the work of reconstruction as Con?
gress propones, which, for (ho real merit and good
BciiBO that is emit.lined iii it, should bo read with'
no hnsty glanco. At tho rick of duplicating a
newspaper article-as it may beforo this is publish?
ed meet thc roaders of tho jvctrs-I append to this
paragraph a part of Ibo editorial, with tho an
nouncumcnl that its warning omi wisdom havo re?
ceived fir. in-able comment from many true frionds
inf thc unrepresented States. It is as follows :
Dut such citizens might do woll to romcinbor
that tho present ia au unnatural and temporary
condition or alia irs and that tho thno will Boon
como when I heir counsels will bo required, and
will bc duly appreciated, and whon their inlluonco.
both within their own States mid with tho General
llovcrnmciiL may bo bonoflcuiUy excrcisod. There?
fore, it ?H au ill-advised feeling OQ their part to
koop themselves ir? tho baekgrouud. Thoy might
at least show that thoy aro ready to take tho posi?
tion in political affairs to which tho voice of their
lcllow-citizcns may at some carly day nail thom.
Il would bo oxcocdingly Batislactnry to oousorva
tivo mon throughout tho North lo know that them
is a fur.-e. powerful in talent and worth, existing
in tho Mimili, thal will bo ovor watchful and ready
for *ho opportunity to aid in i edeeming tho coun?
try from tho hands of those who now misrulo it."
Il need not bo imagined thal thowido talk about'
tho certainty of tho country having Gen. CHANT
for tho next Presidency, which now exists, has
succeeded in getting a word out ot that oflicor as
to bis views of tho political tituation, and that
vory silence will, moro than anything olso, provent
nia nomination by a thorough Radical Convention.
It may bo surely predicted that if General GRANT
is nominated, it will bu by a Convention in which
conservativo delegates will figuro prominently. If
ho accepts tho nomination-with regard to which
it certainly docs not appear thal mortal mon can
assort clearly- ho will bo oloctcd. How long must
it bo beforo tho great soldier opona his month and
lolls tho world where bo Blanda on tho great isBuos
of tho hour ?
Mr. MERRICK, ono of tho counsel for tho defenoo
in tho Sonn Air trial, commoncod bia argument to
tho Jury this morning. It ie remarkable for its
bobine s i and power. As usual tho Court room
was crowded. Moro of tho prisoner's friends wora
pnisont than gcuorally, as thoy wai o anxious to
listen to tho argument or Mr. MEnnicK, who baa
no small reputation as nu orator of ability. Mr.
PiKnroNT will clnao far tho prosecution.
Tho warm weather, willoh had really boon in?
tonso for nevi i al days, bas nubsided, and pleasant
dtya willi nights cool enough fur blanket coverings
aro wolcomo visit om. They bring very little news,
however, as tho town is comparatively doaortod of
ila prominent douizons. Tho hotels show feeble
register liais, but tho time ia not Ur distant when
lifo and activity will bo boro again in all ita glory.
Thc timo is short for bogiuning to niako prepara?
tions to recoivo (Vingtess again. HAL.
IN RELATION TO THE III.UK niOOE UAHJtOAP.
Whereas, tho Gonor&l Assembly of tho St at o did,
on tho oightconlh day of September, in .tho yoar
eighteen hundred and sixty-six, pass a Joint lioso
lu I mn of thu following tenor and effect, to wit :
"JtOfOteed. That tho President and Directora of
tho Iilno Ilirigo Railroad Company in b'onlb Caro?
lina bo, and aro hereby, authorized to dosi with
tho shares hold by tho btalo in said Company in
tho came manner aa with tho abarca of all other
stockholders, in any arrangement that may bo
made with any other Com nantes or individuals, for
Un) completion ot Ibo Bald Itoad, by tho issuing of
firefcrred sharon, or roriucing tho number of shares
mid by tho Stato In tho aamo ratio in which tho
City of Charleston and other stockholders may
consent thal their shares shall bo reduced, or in
any other manner in which it may bo found neces?
sary to surrender a portion of tho capital already
invested lo accomplish tho construction of tao Bald
Railroad ; Provided, That in any arrangement
that may bo mario, tho Kt atc shall not bo hold
hablo for any additional asscBsmont on the sh aroa
And whereat, tho City Council aro doslrous of
aiding in tho completion of tho Bhio Ridgo Rail?
road by any reasonable arrangement thal will con?
duce to that ond:
Jvota 6e il.Ordained, That tho City Council of
Charleston rio hereby consent to defer their claim
for dividende on all Block now hold by tho Corpo?
ration in tho Dino Ilidgo Railroad Company in
favor of any now stock that may bo duly taken in
said Company, so for nu and nulli such now stock?
holders eball rocoiverdlvidendsata rato noLoxccod
ing Bovon por cont, per annum, upon tho amounts
of their t,took respectively: Provided, however, that
if tho earnings o' tho Company, which aro divided
as profits, shall bo In oxer ss of tho amount neces?
sary to pay said proforrod dividends on tlio aloek,
anoh excess shall bo applied in oqnal ratio to tho
old and tho now stock. And provided, alto, that
'thc Bteok lield by tho City Ctranoil shall not bo aub.
jost to an/ additional aasosarnont; .rind proeldal
furt?ier, that if the dividends fe;- any ono yoar shall
bo si mri of seven por cont,, tho dollolonoy thereof
shall not bo made np out of tho earnings of any
Id nun I? of Mr. J. I'. M. Upping, Qt (ll?
i ullin nciaubllraia Convention, licltl In
Columbia July ?3,1807.
AH thi'io hat) brou BOIUO Jifffrenm nf opinion re?
garding (bo construction of Mr. Emuo's spooch
on (lio (I?V?H?UII of landa, wc appoint Iiis rcmarkti in
full-tho question being on tho 4th resolution, re?
ported by tho Comruillco on tho Platform, which
rends ns follows :
4. That aa largo land monopolies tend only to
mako tho rich riohor mid tho poor poorer, mid aro
ruinous to tho agricultural, commercial mid social
interestH of thu State, tho I.osrisl utuiu should ofter
overy practicable iniliicoincnt for tin-divinion mid
nato of itnoccttpiotl lauds among tho poorer classes,
mid na mi cucourngeuiciit to immigrants to Hottlo
in our Plate.
Mr. Kri'iNO having proposed tlio following
Jlrsolcctl, Timi wo dosiro no nunV land or pro?
perty without adequate coiupoiiBatlon, mid trill
not fm ur any system of outitltication, but th oro
should bo a Just, na well as nn equal nud wliolc
somo system ot taxation, HO that it shall not bo to
tho advantage of any ono to hold in kltouosa and
uuproductiou large tracta of uuculliiatud lands.
J'Y buch n system, tho wanto and uncultivated
lauds now yielding nothing to thoir propriotora,
would eoon bo disposed or, in -?ll quantities to
actual Bottler?, who would ma..u thom productivo,
and lliua incicaso tho wealth und prosperity of tho
ii.nd ho introduced thia with a view
of railing attention to tho largo quantity of land
now ls ing idle in thia Hiato. Wo all know what a
vaat urea of land, flt for cultivation, mid which haa
hcii heretofore cultivated, Ia now a huron waato,
and we niuo know that groat bodies of mich hinds
aro in tho banda of persons who oiilicr cannot or
will not moko thom protluolivo.
Wo eau havo plenty of industrious laborers,
plenty of mon to oultirnto them, but nobody is
aldo to soil under such conditions au will cr.nblc
th J freedman or tho omigrnnt to purchase thom.
Ko industrious and Having frcodtnmt, no nosyly ar?
ri vod oinigrant can buy those lands, becauao of Ibo
system ot laud Utica provident throughout ibis
Blato, mid tho only moaauro that will overconio
thia is a chango in our system of taxation. UDICSS
tho poor man, tho man ut email nicaiiB, can buy
forty or illly acrcB of land noir hold by tho largo
landowner, unencumbered and without having to
pay moro hiss y ors' fees and wasting maro timo than
thu laud is worth, thia State caunot regain ita pros?
Thc largo proprietor with all bia landa mar bu a
poor man. His lands aro too often oucamlicrod hy
mortgages, t runt H. interests in romain 1er or other
iiirumbrancos, and tho pour man who buys a amati
section of auch a pcraon's laud, may altenvarda
(Iud himsolf involved in an endiosa Imr suit, wast?
ing alt his hard earnings. Ho may flu 1 that after
improving and building np his placo all his labor
may havo boon in vain, and his lands bo takon
from him for want.of a good lille.
Tho prosent system of law in thin Blato ia snob
that oven litios given by a Court of Equity nto,
in many caeca, not valid. A widow has, ten years
after tho death of her hunband, to disputo tho
titlo to all tho 1 rinds und property sold by him.
Each child coining of ago has also ten yearn in
ss Inch it may dispute eales uiado by parents, guar?
dians and executors.
'1 Inn is what mahen tillea so precarious, and wo
can neither mako nu independent yeomanry of our
freedmen nor havo emigrants to como as settlors
In thia State, unless aomo ms toro ia adopted. Wo
nlust nco that thc State get repossossod of thcao
landa, by a just and whotcsomo system or taxation,
HU that it shall not bo to tho adrantngo of any ono
to hold in idiom en and unproductiveness large
bracts which others, could cultivate.
By our present aystom of Slate taxation tho land
owner is too much favored; for whilo Ibo iniprovo
nionts on a town lot aro taxed almost to their full
valuo, tho improvements on a form or plantation
aro not taxed at nil. A man who owns a Binall
town lot and has improvomcnlB thereon valued ai
$10,000, pays, at tho rate of CO couts per 100 dollars.
00 dollars Stuto taxes; but tho man who owni
10,000 acres of land; which was rated tonto fifty
voa iii ago at ono dollar an aero, pay only $00 tuxes
although bo may have houses and improvement!
thereon to tho value of $20,000. Consequently lu
can lilford to hold thin vast quantity of land it
idloucsa lo the detriment of the prosperity of flu
Tho unjust diacriroiuation in State taxatiou es?
t?lida nL:o to tho industry of tho inhabitant* o
the town; for whilo tho industry' of tho planter ii
not taxed in tho least, tho Iradosmau, incchatiii
nud professional mun pass taxes on us cry thing hi
docs mid carns.
My object in offoriug thia amendment waa, as !
havo already said, to call atto'itiott to this abnor
inity and to propose a remedy. Wo mint tax tbi
lands of tho Slato in proportion to their value foi
agricultural purposes, whether cultivated oi
not-divido tho Homo perhaps into four o
five classes, and then put a tax upoi
tho namo, Bay al from 10 to 60 conta per acre
in order to mako tho largo landholder, who ii
uiiablo to cultivate all his lands, and cannot sol
thom, for roaaou that ho cannot mako a valid title
relinquish a portion of them to tho State, to satis
fy hor demand far taxes, and who, having tin
right of eminent domain, may either sell them o
givo them lo our own Ijboring people, or to omi
granta, and furnish thom with a choap and valii
titlo. Wo must abolieh, also, (ho present barba
rous syatciu of Belling a man's wholo catato am
driving bim out of hin houao and home, for a fot
dollars taxes duo, by selling tho Ramo ontiro fo
taxes, but instead, enable every ono, who fron
Bomo causo or othor falle to pay his taxos, to re
litiquish a portion of tho same to tho Btato as ai
- Tho probable recognized debt of tho Stat
amounts io four and a half millions of dollars, rc
quiring tho amount of $200,000 annual interest t
bo paid. Tho Slate nooda further tho sum of Uv
hundred thousand dollars annually for Ibo nin.ii
tonanco of tho Btato govornmont, for oommo
Bchoola, for cbaritablo institutions, &c.-in a
about $750,000 annually, and which most bo raise
by taxation in Homo simpo or other, and au all ii
duutrhd pursuits aro already overtaxed, tho onl
resource loft ia Ibo taxation of tho lands in u prop?
manner 08 above indicated.
Tho aroa of tilla Slate Contains nlnotoan and
half millions of acron of land. Out of this only oi
and a qnarter of a million wore cultivated in 1821
from that limo to 18G0 tho quantity put under cu
ti vat ion wnsnol quito doublod, but tlc number
acres cultivated at present ia hardly moro than
was in 18211, in consequence of the fearful atrugg
Uirough which wo havo jost passed. It waa cor
puted by Mr. Mi i.i-s that there woro, besides tl
quanUty undor cultivation in 162S, aomo two and
hall millions of acres of land capable of hoing ct
tis ated to ail vantage. Tills would giro un alio
three and throc-quartcr millions of acres out
nineteen anil a half millions, for agricultural pi:
poso3. In thia, I suppose, ho does not include t!
vast bodies of swamp, river bottom ami mar
landa, which oro ab rich as any lands in tho worl
and only need clearing, ditching, draining ai
dyking to mako thom eminently productive ; b
Ulia cannot bo dono hy thoir present impoverish
owners. Item only'lie dono by tho Btalo,and
compact bodies, after abo has obtained her BC
oroignty again and ro-established ber credit up
a solid foundation, by a proper system of tni.iti<
Tims, |by such a propor systom of taxatic
tho Blato may not only re-establish dior crod
bring back capital and prosperity, but ?Iso becoi
reposBossod of vast quantities of valasblo lan?
and rolioro tho landowners ot an often ungovoi
I do not mean to favor conflecfttlon. But
would say to tho landownora, cultlvato those lam
mako thom profitable, so yon can afford to pay t
taxc.i tho Btato is compelled to imposes apon Un
or glvo up what portion yon can aparo.
If a man e an cultivate 6 or 10,000 acres of lal
or mako lt profitable,, and can afford to pay I
taxos thoroon, lot him bnt do so, and nobody t
tronbte him. Ho will bo a benefactor lo tho co
innnity by giving omploymont and brcid to ht
dr ods of persona.
Thero is another oihsldorfttion conn roted with t
question; and that ia, when onco we got onr p
plo, rich and poor, to tho knowledge, of tho f
that they bavo to pay a tax for ovoiy aero ot tt
thoy live upon, it will stimula tu them to mako
most of it. Uio pornioiona sys tom of cultiva t
hitherto practiced In this Btato, of wearing i
ono parcel of land after another, and bj wb
moans thousands and thousands of our poe
have boon forced to emigrate from thia State, i
bo put a atop to. The pocplo will Improvo U
land? by a ptoper^rtita nf cultivation, and I
Ullzo Uio simo, so that tho lands, instead of be
worn ont in a fow years,'and not affording food
man and boast, will.in a vory abort tinto sn
provo In valuo aa to rival tho most coally landi
.ho Northern timi Kan tern States. All this can lie
brought about, ns I Imvo before Maid, by ii Juslnml
wholcsomo syatom of taxation, Let (iii? Lo ?lone,
mill tho Hiato ?H rehabilitated in thu Union upon our
Union Republican platform, mid ponce and plenty
will rcl|,'ii in every boinia), in every cabin.
'i tn- Cliarlcatoii anil ?avuuunli Uullronil.
Tb //ic Editor of thc Haily Acu-r.
In your ?HHUO or tho 3d instant ?.Ilusi?n ia nada
to $210,000 lout in tho dciniao of UM Charicatwi
mut Kavanna|i Kaiho.nl Company, on line; with Hu?
significant rOUMUrki "Wo ne'er Khali seo timi $2.">(>,
000 nguiu.'* IV.-illly not, Mr. I'd it or; but na there
linppoim to Un lui) Bided (o a intention, I purpoae
(witli your perniiuaion) to prewitt you nilli thu
fuels upon wtiicli (lint I mimait iou nf ??",II,IHK> waa
based, ami nltliough they may bara pisaed from
tho inomory of many, llioy aro Ht il 1 rory transpa?
rent lo mc.
Ti no, aa you asHcrl, tho City Council did agree
to BUbscriho (200,000 in aid of tho Into CharlcH
ton and SavAiinali llailrond Company, under thu
following stipulations, ri/.: l-'irst, timi tliu sub
Bcription should nut li : paid in molloy, bul that
$200,000 ahould In- paid ?ti Wilmington ?md M an?
chester Railroad clock (Umso owned by tho city),?il
par vnluo, ni which limo (hu market raino of thia
was $30 on tho $100; also, $50,000 In atoek of tho
Kings Mountain Railroad Company ((lieu owned
by tho eily), nt par value, al which time lilia Mimi;
was worth about $20 on tho $1U). Villa was) lim
in i iii n of payment, mun miling in reality only to a
substitution of stock, cn ch considered ultimately
good, with tho oxecptiou of ono being nu unfluiali
cd road, tho other two completed but neither pay?
ing dividend!!. t
Tho "stipul?tior.a" donuvnded by the City Coun?
cil were tho righi ofsolciing two directora lo rep
roHunl I lie i n in tho Hu.nd of Ihre ct ii III, which
right tho Cily Council, in their wisdom and fair
doaliug, soon construed to moan the entire Hoard,
and, by n happy combination willi the Stale vote,
controlled tho olection of President and Directora
of tho CbarluBton and Havannah Kai limul Compa?
ny, originally destined to bu tho great Central
thoroughfare, and elim te .I mail ro?do from Now
York lo Now Orleans vio Chariest n and Ha?
vannah, built mid equipped al a cost of $'J,IKX),0U<\
Hiidduuly transformed into au asylum for
for thu favored fow. A freo (ravelling convenience
to many, bul nu annoyaneo ami vexation I i Ibo
holders of al least $1,000,(101) of ita bouda, wini, to
gel posaoHsiou and control of (heir own property,
wore compelled to purchase tho nud, and who aro
now rapidly restoring it to ils original design mid
prosperity willi their own means and in their own
Wlion a corporation, by a majority volo, risk
public property or molloy uni rush il lo them nud
tho roiult proves disastrous, thor iiavo no cauac
to rumnlain, but it should bo to them an adoinni
tion, as it lias boon lo individuals. Lot Ibo Mem?
phis mid Charleston, tho llluo ltidgo, tho Oreel*,
ville and Columbia, mid all other railroads act to
with a will, apply their own means willi economy,
industry and a vigorous dnterniination tn ito
ahead, llioy will succeed and (Ind their account in
HONDS A NU STOCK.
l in Hail Advisers of lite Soulli.
Herschel V. Johnson, ll. F. Perry, and Don}, il.
Hill, aro tho tluee mon whoso mission is lo dis?
tract and betray tho Knuth, discourage- loyalty,
mid revue treason. They havo bad tolerable
success. Opposition to registration and a Con?
vention han increased of late in Smith Carolina,
Olid especially in Georgia, and rec, o ist rael mn is
del a j ed. Nor is thc ovil influence of those agita?
tors confined tn their own States ; it ht foll
throughout thc South, wborover Hiero ls a Hebel
wini regrets rebellion, or n alftvoliold-.-r who
mourns for slavery. Mr. Hill, in his rocont
speech at Atlanta, hus very plainly stated
tho policy ot In's class, which is simply
I to perpeluutu the strife of tho Knuth and North,
to ridiculo as unmanly tho spirit af reconciliation,
ami lo prevent reconstruction by all menus in their
power. Ho tells tho people of the Mouth that tho
I military bills violate thc Constitution, and that if
they carry thom out thor aid in tba violation. Tl
! you rotc for tho Constitution, you aro perjured."
"I'D tito Republican party bo says: "On, un, with
' your work or ruin, re hall-horn il..(ors in uncivil
things I but rom umber tho pe opie will call yon to
judgment," mid to tho Union mon of Georgia : "You
aro but cow ards and knaves, and Ibo timo will como
when you will call upon tho rocks and mountains
to fall on ron, and tho darkness to liido rou
from an outraged people." And to ids robot
friends ho crios, "Do not abandon your rights.
Defend them, talk fur thom, and if need bo, beforo
Qed and tho country, tight and dio for thom." Ho
informs (hu negroes that, tho Republicans aro
their worst friends, and intend their extermina?
tion. When wo read Uiat all this fustian and false?
hood was rccoivod with unboundod applause, and
that three chocrs wcro given for air. Hill as tho
only man who dared to proclaim tho tenth, it
in easy to sou Ibo ovil that his counsels work.
Georgia, if BIIO takes tba adrice ot such men, will
havo a dark futuro; ber rostoration to tho
Union will bo long delayed, and all hor inter?
ests must huffer. There is but ono way to
poaco and prosperity-obedience to tho laws. Tho
filan Coii'trcss nos laid down is tho plan approved
.y tho nation, mid in no other wa) can thu rebol
stat i n rogain tho position they voluntarily nhan
llonod and tho rights they forfeited hy treasonable
war. Cien. Uarksdalu, of Missisaiiipi, garo wiser
counsel when ho Haid: "Tl must bo rcmumbored
that when Ibo armies of tho Confederate Stales
surrendered, tho Government of Ibu United Kia ten
acquired tho power tn dictate Un- tonna of recon?
struction, and that there is no instrumentality,
short of Divine agency, which . can toko tho work
of reconstruction from tho banda of thu present
Congress."-Jv", Yt Irtbune.
TUE Caora.-Tho showers of rain that havo ro
conlly fsilon havo woshod out tho fears beginning
to develop themselves last week in re;;ard to a lack
of moisture for tho growing crop. A few moro
showers at proper intervals will m euro n largo
supply of corn for our people; and at present the
prospect lends hopeful assurance to thu pleasant
DEATH or Mu. P. TC. DUNCAN.-About two wtoke
since WO received tho melancholy tidings of Uio
death of Mr. Torry K. Duncan, who waa so wull
known and so highly cBtcomod throughout our
District. Until within a few yoara post bc was in
timntoly id ont i fi < el with tho publia intercala of
Greenville, and had boon frequently assigned by
our pooplo lo tho discharge of various publiu
trusts of responsibility and honor in Ibo Legisla?
ture, Slate Con volition, and elsewhere. A shot I
timo previous tn tho oloso of tho war, bo removod
with ilia family to Southwestern Georgia, and set?
tled hi in self there, m neb to thu regret of ilia for?
mer neighbors, who felt tho loss tlioy experienced
in his departure from thoir midst.
TUE Caora.-Tho weither hos not been os favor
ablo aa wo could dcairo during tho past wook, but
on summing up tho resid?a of tho crop ol thia y oar,
wo havo no roaaon to modify our previous reports.
A friend in this town lias a small tract of "pot
cotton," and bo bas counted on many as sorouty
bolls and blooms on ono stalk, while forty or lift v
is tho average number. Can tho country boat thu
town?- Oratujebunj Mews.
THE RionuoND (VA.) Whig taya: "Homo Knprr
HOnaitivo gentlemen aro horrified at tho thought
of co-operating with thoRoptiblican party, consid?
ering tho attitude in which wo stood toward each
ot her daring tho war, who aro not at alt allocked at
tho idea ot folio wah ?ppm g tho Dome eratic party. Wo
havo hen 1 >fi .re directed allontion to tho fact that
tim latter not only fought against tin-South as fierce?
ly aa tt.O fnriiier, but Hist tlioy ? ci e answerable bo?
nni.- n for bavin;; beguiled tho South into tho war
and then betrayed bur. As ono of tho victimized,
wo b dievo wo can declare for tho wbolo South, that
thc experiment of secession would not iiavo boon
tried but for tho tliousand-limcs repealed assur?
ances of tho Democratic lea doro Hint if au army
should bo raised in tho North for tho purpoae of
making war upon tho South, it would bo mot hy
another army raised in thc North to dofond tho
Democratic interpretation of tho Conalitntiou.
AT PRIVATE 8AL1?.
O O N O E ?~T RATED
TJIOR 1'.) RI KY INO DRIHKINO WATER. RICK
J: ROOMS, un.QE WATEH, CE.SSFOOL?J, DHAINH.
Ac, and for uso tn all cases where a deodorizer or disin?
fect an Ma required. Approved by tho Hnrgcon-Clcucral,
U. H. A., Washington, D. 0. and for salo In quantities (o
suit tho public at No. 130 MEKTIN? STREET.
McKAY A CAMPBELL,
Auction nail Commission Merchants.
Or. T. REENSTJERNA,
Physician and Supgeon,
HAll HIB OFFICE AND RESIDENCE AT No. 71
H Asm, HT ll Kiri, two doora cost of the PostoOlce.
N. B.-Disease? of a private nature cured with dis?
patch._ 1 vrsS_August a
?B PTJ fl LUSHED WKXKLY AT NEWBERRY C. II., A I
03 par annum, and, having a Urge circulator
thnrcgh all the upper and lower m. tricia of the stale,
s ff ord s great advantage* to ad vet Uso rs.
Rates for advertising very roasonablo-for which snpli
io oar Agent. Ur T. P. ftl.IDkX, al the MUls House.'
1N106*. P M U.U. AUKNKKEII.
November -Ai ?Ts md PropneiCf.
TO CLOSK 0U1I ENTIRE STOCK OF R VMM KR
<'I.IITIII\U wo have marked Ilia nrico.-i nt mich low
IgWM Hint imrt'lianem ?III (Ind ll decidedly for tho In?
tercut ol their pockets to examine U'lr ?tock, ill windi
they will (Incl good nml well uia.io earnnnbi nf OUR
OWN MANUFACTURE, at extremely low prl.o.?.
Annexed will bo Imiml a 1.1S T OF OUU FORMER ANO
SCOTCH CASSIM KHK 80.TS-SACK,
PANTS ANO VKST. ??5.0U ?18.00
DAIIK MIX. CASSIM KHKSUl I'S-SACK.
PAOTM AND VKST. yi.00 l'J.OU
II Alli LINK CASSIM KHK SUITS -
SACK, PANTS ANO VFKT.. 31M 18.00
MIDDLE-KX CAKSIMKRK SUITS
SACK. l'A NTS AND VKST. 1S.IK1 IB.00
1ILACK AND WUI TK MIX CASSIM KHK
SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND VKST. IH.00 13.1)1)
I,Hi UT- FRENCH FLANS Kt. SUITS
HACK, PANTS AND VKST. 1B.0O l'J.00
FANCYtHSSIMKRK PANTS ANO VE.-T F2.IIO 8.00
WHITEFRENCH DUCK SACKS. lum (LOO
WU ITK LIN KN SACKS. li.i n 4.IM
CD1.UHKD DUCK SACKS. (MU :UK>
11HOWN L1NKN HACKS. H.6U MD
1IROWN LINEN SVCKS. lt.?) IJM
STH1PK ALPACA SACKS. 7.00 COU
KTIIIPK OINUIIAM HACKS. G.UO :u.>
<; cul lc men's Furnishing Good*.
WIHTB SUIHTS at tl.M. ?0.00 aud ?3.60.
MAIMAN, WILLIAMS & PARKER
C?RNER OP HASEL STREET,
C 1 r A ll J J J?J S T O N W. (. :
July '27 Imo
WK HAVE NOW ADDED TO OTJH MEWS-1
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a moat extensivo and
Supplied willi a groat varioLy of PLAIN AND
FANCY TYPE, of tho latest mid most approved
styles ; and wo liavo ovory faoilily fur executing
all kinda of JOli WOUK tn
Bill and Lotter Heads
dec, &C, &C.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOH WORK, win piense
leave their ordere with ns. We
will gnarnntco ns good work, and
ut ns CHEAP RATES, os can lie
lind in Charleston.
CATHCART, MULLAN & MORTON.
THE AIKEN PRESS
IT IR rnOPOSED TO PUBLISH IN TUB TOWN OF
Aiken, H. 0., a Weekly paper under the abovo title,
to bo devoted to Gonortl intelligence-Political, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Iteligloui-with a Depart
mont of Agriculture, Including ibo Field, thu Orchard
tba Vineyard, and Uta Oaiden. A Newa Summary, tc
contain a dlgovt of iho Important evania of tho wook
wllloconpyap . lion of QM paper; and particular aiton-'
lion will bo Riven to tho unsettled quoauon of Labor, a>
I .cat adapted to our new condition, and tho dovelopmeo
Mho rwourv.ua of tho country in Manufactured Agn
illuro, Frult-ralalnit, and Vino-growing,
'larina-?3 a yeer, in ad ran ce.
? r. w J!' W- nAVKNKL. Edito?
w.o. Knixaliit,rabllihor, January21
On Thursday evening. i*t Aiikrat, i8r,7, liv ibo Rev.
Mr. IL Fnr.xcn, CLAUDIUS Kl.MOTT to ANNA SI.,
also, tho narnu evening, cn un.I . ff. BIUNIK lo Ko
IIKNIA D., datighlora of HOIIKIIT MoiiniMos, all of Ibis
De- Thc Friend? nut! At i|iiu.l iilmirc s ni'
thc lato Mn. M. A. MiTI'.KI Kits, of Mr. mut M?. N.
Tvi.rr, Jr., and of Wit. J. and ll. J. McGoMMCB, nm re?
spectfully I ri vk. il to ntl. nil Hie I liner.il Services of Um
funner, at KL JOIIII'H CIIIII>O1, Hampstead, TA ii Aflrr.
niHin, nt half-past Four o'clock.
Angas! fi 1
DIKD. al Foil Aulmcklo. Indian Territory, .Inly mill.
.MA U? Kl.I.A. wifo of Oapl. J.wcrn ll. Hire, U. S. A.,
eldest dotightttr nf IIAI.I'II TnKMiu.v.
fliJ-Now york amt 1'hlladclphm papers ulva Ml ropy. *
"Dressed aro (Iii? dead win? illo lu lln> I.or.l. yeo, sallh
lliu Spirit, for they rv st lunn their labor ?ml their works
ito follow them."
Don al Ooiirgetown, H. c., ami .ii. ,i al norean*, H.
C. , July Will, HOT, Mm. FLORA .SMITH, loiiBtirtoi' V.
D. Hui rn. rea.
She <!<? ; n ric i tlilH life III lull triumph of .t bti'twuil im?
mortality, slio loft au alh-ctlotule husband ami two tomi
children to mourn lier losa.
Mater, thou arl mihi mid lovely,
deutle an the Himiiiier ht uar,
Pleasant an the air of ev.ulug
When lt tluats amoug th,- treen.
Peaceful bo thy attrill Hluuilior,
Peaceful lu Un! irravo BO low.
Thou no moro wil join our number.
Thun nu moro our nong* ?hall know.
nv A FRIEND.
o o -1 ; l : i , ls l ? t \TION.-TH K UOAIU) OK REIN
IS Tit ATKIN for tho Flral Precinct, Elly of Charleston,
will commonro lia <l nt ICH at the City Hall <>u Munday, thc
rilli inst.. ami cniilluoo ll? ci wini three ilnys, for Ihn
accommodation of rcshlouts of Ward No. I.
On tkundaf, tho ir.Ui lush. Ibo Hoard trill continue
UH HI s unni at thc aaiuo place for tho accommodation ol
ronhlniil* of Want No. 1.
Tho hoard will continuo to sit in tho saino plaee, In
the uamo manner, viz: Tho three Drat ilaya lu thc week
t ) rcglelcrin ; In Ward No. 1, and the Ihrco last days in
tho wock to rcgiatcrlug] In Ward No. ?}, until tho same IH
As tho wholo duty nm .t Ito itcrfonncd hy tho lat of Oc?
tober, the booka will bccloscdon the Ililli of September, In
order lo comply with paragraph XIX. Oencral Order? No.
OS, Headquarters Second Military District. giving nmplo
Hmo for publie litnpecllon and revimou of Un: h -lu. All
person*. <|Ualtlled to vole under tho provisions of Ute Act
of Congress pained March'Jd, 1867, cul Hied'-Au Act to
pr?vido for tho moro cLUcicnl government of tho robel
HtateB " and tho aoverat Aclu mipplciticulJiry tttoreto, aro
hivltod to appear before tho Hoard for registration.
Tho boura af siltiug will he from 0 A. M. tn tl P. M.
Tho Anal (eastons for revising thu list? witt bc held a*
For Ward No. 1, OD ^Aaniidy and Friday, .September
'ililli and aTth.
For Ward No. 2, on Saturday and Monday, September
JHth and UOth. NILES ti. PA UK KU,
chairman for tho Hoard of Registrars for thc 1'ir-t Pre.
_? luci, Charleston District. 0 August fi
?S* PUBLIC NOTICE.- THE OFFICE OF
tho City Registrar sud Health Department haa lieut ro
move! from No. 117 COMINO STREET to tho Ni MU Ii
EAST CORNER OF CALHOUN STREET ANO RUT
Cbarh-atou, August 1, 18T.7. 0 Augunll
flO-MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION -Tnii rilFJSl
DKNT AND OFFICERa OF TUE ASSOCIATION to
commemorate Ibo Confed?ralo dead, earnestly request
those persons wbo have not paid their aunual subscript
Uons to do so as noon an possible lo tho Treasurer, Mr?.
HENRY vTIOFALL, No ?09 East Bay.
F. M. ULAMYER,
July 29 Secretary pro lem.
ta- NOTICE T ) MARIXEltS_C A I'TAINB
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their YVBROM In Ashley
River, aro requested not lo do so anywhere within direct
range of tho hoods ol tho SAVANNAH KAIl.noAn
WHARVES, on tho Charleston and St Andrew's aldo cl
I tte Ashloy River; hy which precaution, contact with thc
Submarine Telegraph Cable will ko avoided.
6. C. TintNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Oiucc, Charloslou, February 0, 1800.
~Vff^HE-OBAVEiT MALADIES OF YOUTH
AND EARLY MANHOOD.- HOWARD ASSOCIATIO
ESSAY8, on tho Physiology of tho Passions, and the
Error?, Abuses and D?sonos peculiar to tho Arni ago o
mat), with Roporti on now methods of treatment oni
ployod In this Institution. Sont In scaled letter en?
velopes, freo of charge
Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUOUTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 30 'tinto
?3- NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS INDEBTED
kV? tho EsUto or JAMES HAY KM, deceased, will pleaso
moko payment to Mesera. BREWSTER A- SPRATT, At?
torneys at Law, No. 0.1 Broad street, and claims against
I tba Estato may bo presented, properly attested, to then-.
July Ti ml Administratrix,
?3-ELMORE MUTUAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY.-FINAL DIVIDEND IN LIQUIDATION.
CHARLESTON. JOLY 17, HOT.-A flual Dividend or ONE
DOLLAR AND FORTY CENTS per sham will bo paid to
tho Stockholders from thin dato until tho 1Mb day or Au?
gust noil, on with li day Uni Dlvhleud Dooks and Ofllco
tito Company will bo closed.
Stockholders are required to produce their Certillcatcn
of Stock, In artier Uiat tho uni? may bo cancelled.
Hy order ol tho Bonni.
July 17 wi Ihm fioe'ry and Trraa'r.
r BATCHBLOn'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls tho best In Uio world. Thr
I only true and perfect Dye-harmless, renaldo. Instan?
taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous tints.
Natural Black or Drown. Ilomcdtot tho ill effects or Had
Dytt. Invigorates tho hair, leaving lt sort anti hoauUful.
\ Tho genuino ia signed William A. llalehelnr. AU oUiors
ara mire Imitations, anil aboutit bo avoided. Sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers. Factor}', No. 81 Uarctoy
street. Now York.
?*- BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
Docomlxr 10 ITT
K3~ A YOUNO LADY RETURN INO TO HEH
I country homo, attar a sojourn or a low months lu the
elly, was hardly rocognixod by her friends. In placo o
i coarse, rna tlc. flushed taco, sho hot! a soft ruby com
ptexlon of almost marble smoothness, and Instead ot
tw uty-uiroo sho really appeared but eighteen. Upon In?
quiry as to tho causo of so great a chango, aho plainly
told them that ah? used tho CIRCASSIAN BALM, and
considered lt at) luvaluablo acquisition to any lady's toilet.
By Its uso any Lady or (le ii Item en eau Improve their per?
sonal appearance an bundled fold. It In simple lu Its
eomblnaUon, as Naturo herself ls Himplo yet unsurpass?
ed In Us ??Weary la drawing ImpurlUea from, also heal?
ing, cleansing and beautifying (hoskin and complexion.
By Us ill nae! iel lon on tho cuticle lt draws from lt all Its
impurities, klDdly healing tho same, and leaving tho sur
racs aa Naturo intended lt should ho-clear, nod, smooth
and beautiful, Prico $1, sent by Mall or Express, on rc
I coi pt or an erd er, by
W. L. CLARK ti CO., Chemists,
No. 3 Weat Fayette Street, Syracuse. N. Y.
Tho only American Agents for tho falo of tho same.
March 30 ly
ESTABLISHED KIOHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, No, IO Crosby street. New York.
9000 Boies. Bottles ?nd Flasks manufactured dally.
SOLD BY ALL DB UOOIS1S EVER YW1IERE
" COSTAR'S " SALES DEPOT,
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I Whero ll, ?3 to If sizes aro put up for Vam Iben, Stores
Ships, Boats, PubUo Institution?, Atc, Ac.
It ls truly wonderful the con fitton co thal ts now hld tn
every form or Preparations that comos fruin "Cos ts r's "
Ks lauUah nient,
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Roaches, Ants, Ar., Ar. "Only infallible seined y known."
"Not dangerous to tho human family." "Rais como ont
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. OOsTAR'i " UKD-DUO EXTERMINATOR-A liquid,
nut up lo bottles, and never known to lall.
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moth? in
Furs and Woollens, ls invaluable. Nothing can exceed lt
for power and efficacy. Destroy? Ina tautly all Insects on
Plants, Fowls, An?mala, ftc.
"COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE-For Cuts, Darns,
Wound*, Bruises, Broken Ur*acts. Rora Nipples, Piles in
all forms, Old Sores, Ulcer*, and aU kinda or cutaneous
affections. No family should be without iL It oxceedn
In efficacy all ..,'.1.... S*Uea lu us?.
'?COSTAR'S " CORN 80LVENT-For Corns, Uni)lons.
COSTAR'S " BITTER SW.KBT AND OHA NOK DL08
8 .MS-Beaut!(lea the Complexion, by giving to the akin
a sort and beautiful freshness, and ls Incomparably be?
yond anything now In use. Ladles ot bulo and position
regard lt aa an osaenticHo the toilet. An unprecedented
sale lalla best recommendation. Ono bottlo ls always
followed by moro. Try lt to know.
?COSTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS-A universal Dlnnor
Pill (tugar-coalcd), and ol extraordinary efficacy for Cos?
tiveness, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous and 81 ch
Headache. A Pill that la now rapidly superseding all
! ott*"- . " ,,
"COSTAR'S" COUOn REMEDY-For Coughs, Colds.
Hoersenaea, Bora Throat. Croup. Whooping Cough, Asth?
ma, and all forms of Bronchia), and Diseases of thu
; Throat and Lu un. Address
I in ros i*ugs. ,1BRltv R. COSTAR.
No. iii BROADWAY, Nf Y.
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 181 Meeting street, opposito Charlestoo Hotel,
i KUI! NRW YOHK-.MKIICII AtVT.S'
/l/^ M NE- Tho fast oalliiiK Regular Packet Nebr.
'?I I>w>MVliuvi.it. Hughes Mauler, hsvlttir all brr
***-~"lii nvy Freight engaged, will ncclvo light Frcigl t
i> lill np, ami sall with quick dispatch.
April a wad WM. IIOACH.
WV Y?il ii AM) Oil ?RLESTON
tVoplo's Mail Stouiiisliip ('oiiipaiiy.
IVr O 1ST E K A ,
CAITA IN MAItSIIMAN,
rv?-e-r-, WILL LEAVE KOIITII AiT.tN'IIIJ
v?P*tteFl^Wa??r? 7"Aiir*fiiy. Augie t H. at -
- ' ^N.T* - -? I .in,' composed nf Spanier? "MO
KKK A" ami "EMILY ll. SOUDER."
jons k TH KO. tiirrrv.
Aiigntd 6 No. 48 Uii.t Hay.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMS INI* Ii I NE.
l int MC? VOttK,
THU NEW AND ELEGANT SIDEWIIEKT, STEAMSHIP
MANU ATTA N,
WILL LEAVE FROM ADDER'S SOUTH WHAIIr,
nu Suluritaii. tho Hth baal., at 2 o'clock 1*. Bl.
flo- All outward Freight cttgaijcmonts ninal ho mailo
at tho oMott ol COURTENAY k TRENHOLM, No. 41
1 -iii Hay.
flo* Fur PuMtattn ami all malters connected with thu
Inward lumineux ni tho Shlpn. apply to STREET HHUTU
KllS fe CO.. Hu. 74 East Hay.
KTKKKT Hilt ITU I ".RH * CO.. I,
UUtimKNAV k TRBNnOLal, | I'*1
FOR NORTH ED1ST0 ANO RO?TK
OA PT. JAS. O. RUMLEY.
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM ATLANTIC
WM Mir. on To-Morrow Murnini/, fit h blatant, at H
Heurtiini: leave Kdhdo Wtitnrulav Morning, ot 7 o'clock.
Freight received TA i t/My, and bo propsld.
For Freight or Paaaauo apply ot. board, or to
JNO. H. MURRAY, Markol Wharf.
AugtlRl fi 1
M".\V YORK AND llllKMKN ST'KA.Vrillai
THE FIRST-CLASS U. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
ATLANTIC. I NORTHERN LUI HT.
BALTIC. I WESTERN METROPOLIS.
Leave Pier No. 46. N. R.. New York, every seeoud Sat?
urday, from Juno IC.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN,
bikini; pajwengerx to Southampton,' London. Havre an I
llrenicn. at tho folhiwh g rate?, payable In gold or lt.?
ecptivalcnt In currency:
Flint Catlin; flit); Second Cabin, (fifi; Rteoratre, $: \
I "rum lire men, Suuthantpbin and tlavro tu Now Yolk,
lind Cabin, fl lo, Seeon.1 Cabin, ?76; Steerage, f li.
EXCURSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-Flist
Cabin, S'HO; Second Cabin, xTUO; Steerage, ?70.
nil.ivo DAY? mott NEW vom? AND USK1IKN :
Juno 15 and 23 I July 13 and 27 I August 10 aud 31
Seiit. 7 and 21 | Oct. 0 and 10 | Nov. 2 and Iii
For Freight or Passage apply to
ISAAC TAYLOR, President,
Fobmary 27 ly No 40 Broadway. N. Y.
THRO?IGII TI?KBTSTO FLORID,.,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET EINE,
VIA BEAUFORT AND SEA1IROOKS' LANDINO.
STEVMER Pl HIT BUY....CAPT. W. T. MCNELTY.
STEAM Ell I ' A \ M t:.CA1T. F. PECK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL L?AVE
Charleston every Moinlay ami Thunday Morninot,
at 7 o'clock; and Savannah uvi-ry HVifrvwiny and friday
Marianus, ut 7 o'clock. Touching at IlluOtou on Mon
da?i, trip from Charleston, anil iiVdiirji/uy, trip from
Freight received dally from 0 A. M. to S P. M., and
stored free of charge.
All Woy Freight, also Hlufllon Wharfage, must ho pre?
For tn? luid or paaaace, apply to
JOHN FEROUSON, Arcoromodallou Wharf,
CLAGUORN k CUNNINGHAMS.
Agents, Savannah, OB.
FULLER & LEE
Agent?, Hean fort, B. C.
N. H.-TilUOUOn TICKETS Hold at Uto olllco of tho
Agency lu Cliorlcston to ] -.Inti on Ibu All mlle, and Oulf
Railroad, and lo Ferttandiuik and points un Ute St. J abu's)
FOR PALATKA, FERNANDINA,
JACKSONVILLE), AND Alii. TUB LAND?
INGS UV THF. ST. JOHN'S HIV Kit, VIA.
TUE NEW ANO SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
OIT Y POINT,
(11IHI Tun Hui (be II)
CAPTAIN H. ADKINS,
rw?, WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTK1
j WU \11F, ovory TUt'SDA Y SIGHT, at
'0 o'clock, for tito above places, rouncet
? lng willi tho Georgia Coutrsl Rallruad st
Savannah, for Macon, Mobil? and Now Orleans.
All Freight must no put.1 beru by ahlpponi.
For Freight or Paaaago, apply on imard or at tho om co
RAVEN EL k CO.,
CIT "ST POINT,
MOO TONS tmil iTIF.N,
CAPT. S. ADKINS,
A*sr-*?tfiS> WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
?3??3&TzE. WHARF, every TUESDAY NIOllT. at
?jTnf[\3wt(i ohio o'clock, for that port.
cVrtasitiTTi For freight or passage spply on
board or to tim offlco nf
BAVEN EL k CO., Agents.
COTTON Bl MILLS,
IMG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON,
WEST END TRADD STREET,
rpHE ?NDEHSIONED ARE NOW PREPARED TO
L receive fn.m Planters and utbora their crops af BEA
ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON to OIN, BALE, fee.
Having tho most Im pro voil MACHINERY and oipe
rienced op?rai I vif, all COT TON entrusted tous will bo
prepared lo Ibo best manner for market.
For terms apply to
NO. 82 EAST BAY, Cor. Adger's Wharf,
Or al CHISOLM'^ HILL, West End Tradd street.
HOLMES & MACBETH,
Real Estate & General Commission Agts.
I NO. SO DIIOAD ST II K KT.
WILL ATTEND TO THEPUBCHA8E AND BALK OF
STOCKS, DONDS, OOLD, BILVEII, DANK HILLS,
I REAL ESTATE, fee., fcc. _.
OEO. L. HOLMES...ALEX. MACBETH.
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE. BCIENOP, ABT.
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* Tsnxs or JunscnirnoH :
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Ono copy six months.. i oo
Ono copy throe months. If?
Five copies ono year.16 00
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will be published mitti crdorcd out, and charged accord
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ral deduction ou tho alwrc rates will be made.
Nov em oct IB _ ._
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