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VOLUME V.ITO. 625.
CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 21, 1867.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
?lui- Cubic Dispiitcllcs.
I .OSWIN. Align?t 20 - Nomi.-Thu Daily Nous, in
a city article tu-.lay, Haya (raitu ia improving.
Molloy market Urm. (.'nttou markut very illili,
owing lo tho uuuaiml largo receipts from America.
No rviliictioii in Dunk ratea ia expected. Consuls
.J I.. Bouda?:!).
LONDON. August 20-2 P. M.- COIISOIB Wi; Unit?
ed Slates Honda heavy at 73).
LIVERPOOL, Align?t 20-Noon_Cotton dull;
salos 8090; pricos uncbangod; other urticloa un?
LIVERPOOL August 20-2 P. M.-Cotton tin
chaiiRcil. UreuUstufls unchanged. Lind 51b.
Provisions and Produce unchanged. Oils ndvuiic
:<1 2e. lld. Tho Cily or Halt ?moro has urrivod.
LIVERPOOL, AitKUBt 90- Livening_Cotlou closed
willi downward tendency, though ?imitations aro
unchanged; Middling Uplands 101; Orleans Ul:
LIVERPOOL, August 20-Thc steamships Uro-"
mon ami Cimbria have arrived.
l?uropcun Vi nn by Stvutucr.
NEW YOUS, August 20.-Tho Scotia, willi advices
to tho nth, lins arrived.
Throe regiments In Ireland have been ordered to
Tho Linke of Montrose expressed a liopo in the
tlouau of Lords that there would bo on earlv daily
nail communication with tho United Staten!
Official reports HIIOW for tho ?ix mouth*, from.
rnnuary I J July. 03.1)711 enees,and 32,072 ?lcatlm
rom cholera in Italy and Sicily-tho lattur suf
oriug tho nmm.
lt ?-mo val of Hen. Shvrldmi.
HEADQUARTERS ?IF THE Anstv, )
A WP TA rix OENEII.W.'H OFFICE, }?
WASHINGTON, August 19,18C7. \
ytneral Orders Ab. 77.
Tho following orders havo been rocoived from
bo President :
EXECUTIVE MAN8IOS, I
WASIUSOTON, AuguHl to, 18G7. J
Maj. (Jeu. Georgu ll. 'i'liomna is hereby assigned
o thc coinmntid or Ibu Ctll Military District, crcul
d bv tho Act nf Congress, passed on thu 2?1 dav
f March, 18b7. Maj. lien. P. ll. Sheridan ialicrc
ly asaigucd to the command of thu Department of
ho Cu i n Ino lund. Tho Secretary of War nd interim
rill givo tho necessary instructions to carry thia
rdor into uffjcl.
(.Signed) ANDltKW JOHNSON. .
2. In pm ma.of Ibo lorugoiug order ?il (lie ,
rosident of the Uniled Sin..?, ?W?- T*?"'?T! ?- i
[ .pi,,,?._m,.... receipt of tho orilor, tum over
in present commaml to the ofliccr next iu rank tu 1
imself, and procood to Now Orleans, Louisiana,
? relieve Major-t loner il P. il. Sheridan nf thu
m u um mi of the Fifth Military District.
!!. M n j or-1 liHirr il P. II. Slim id an, oil being ro
lovod from tho command of tim 5th Military Dis
rict by Major-tleneral G. H. Thomas, will proceed
o Fort Leavenworth, Kami ia, aud will ruliove
lajeo -General W. S. Hancock, in tho command ol'
ho Department of tho Missouri.
4. Miijor-Goncral W. S. Hancock, on being ic?
io vol from tue commaiid of the Department ol (ho
lissoiiri bv Major-Gcneral Sheridan, will procco I
?i Louisville, Ky., and will assume command of tho
top.n tumut ot tho Cumberland.
5. Major-General G. H. Thomas will continuo to
ixccuto all onion ho may Dud in forco in the Kifth
ililitary District at tho timo of bia assuming tho
tommaud of it, unless authorized by tho General
if tho Army to annul or modify thom.
C. Major-General Sheridan, before rvliovlus Ma
III l ?ol i ern 1 Hancock, will 1'CpOl l ill pol timi al UlCBO
Bv order of Goneral GRANT.
H. D. TOWNSEND, Ailjulant.
WASUINOTON, Aiigual 20.-The Ind imil llovouuc
Receipts to-tlay amount to $2211,000.
?^e[irani Omni's Polte}*.
NEW YonK, August 20.-Tho Commercial Hpecial
lava Ibat Grant's adminiatratinn oftlio \Yar Depart
ncnt ie creating iiBtonishmcnt by hm rigid ocono
uy and dismissal of superfluous force.
Registration In Soutli ? moilun.
CoLUMniA, August 20.-102 registered to day, or |
.Vilich 42 were white and GO colored.
Registration In North Carolina.
WiT.MisoroN, August 20.-Tho rcgistmtiou in
bc 2d Ward continued to-day; result, 85 wbitos;
38 blacks. Total for tbreo dava, 143 whites; 2ni
Hincks. Weather clear and warm. Tho planta?
tions on tho Capo Fear Uiver aro again overflowed,
greatly damaging tho crops.
N II l I lie r ii News.
Dm KU, N. H., August 20.-Klovcn persons ,i.irt
nd for an island in Bow lake to pick norrios. Thu
boat capsized and six l?malos were drowned.
AUGUSTA, August 20.-It is positively Blalod that
ll. S. Fitch, United States District Attomov, will,
it tho iu.it term nf tho United States Court fiir
rjoorgia, prosecnto for porjury eight Southern
oyalists, who, il ia allugod, havo takon Ibo tust
inth contrary to law aud faith.
Now Url, nu? Vi ll?.
NEW ORLEANS, August 20.-Twelve doatbs fi-om
-ellow fever Sunday and eleven on yesterday.
Cholera has a couplo of caaos daily on au avoragc.
vt New Iberia, La., thora havo" boon fortv-one
IcatliB since tho commciu ...neut of tho disease, out
if a population of 3000 to 4000.
GALVESTON, August 20.-A. W. Clcgg and Mrs.
'apt. W. 8. Albert, of Now York, worn among tho
ntcrments yesterday. Tho death of Thoodoro
dix was orr?ncoualy reported. There were 34 In?
arm Onta on ill olola v.
An ordor has been issued forbidding distinctions
>y other iban chartered companies which act UH
oin on m carriers, on account of color, raco or pre?
A. B. HALL, of Harria county, baa been appoint -
rd BberiiT nice Broadfool, absconded.
L?AN FRANCISCO, August 20.-Tho steamship Sac
amonto, from Panama, takes $287,1100, being Ibu
mallcsl Bbipment for two years. Grain and wheat
till continuo coming forward frocly.
Tho Indian troubles in Idaho and Arizona cou
NEW YOEK, August 20.-Arrived, tho Saragossa
ind Champion from Charleston.
Donn ?tte Markets.
NEW YonK, August 20.-Stocks dull and heavy.
Honey, 4a5 par cent. Gold, ID. Storling, tuno,
IJaOJ; Sicht, 'Jiain. '(?2 Coupons, 1 13j. Flour
krm lor old and heavy for now. Wheat quiet and
lr n,. Corn Jo better. Oats ?loll and docliuitiK.
Pork ?23 i'.. Lard qniot. Cotton quiot at 281.
Turpontinn oaey. MJa.v.i. Rosin, etrained, 14 25.
( 'ot ti m dull and a abado lower; Halos IOHO talon,
nt 28a28j. Plour firm; Southern $10 60al4; other
?lcscriptiona uunlterod. Whoat firm and quial;
Wbito Southern 12 50. Com active and firmer;
mixed Western $112al 134. Oats hcavv and lower:
Southern slain. Pork brm; Mosa $23 30. Lard
firm. Groceries innot and steady. Naval Sloroa
unchanged. Freights heavy. Tho Post's finan?
cial article saya tho loan markot ia over supplied.
Stocks dull and drooping, Oovornmcnta hardly
ouatai ned, with a light domand.
BALTIMORE, AugiiBt 20_Kio Coffee dnll and un -
changod. Flour dull and nominal- no largo aalcs.
Wheat.-Receipts.small; prices unchanged. White
com fl iJ.il 10; yellow $1 ICal 18. Oats declined 2
a3c.; supply largo and domand good, most Halos at
70a72. Sugar finn but inactivo nnd unchanged.
Provisions quiet; no largo sales. Whmkoy dull
und nominally unchanged.
CINCINNATI. August 20.-Flour firm mid un?
changed. Wheat limier; No. 1 Bcd $2 18; Wbito
? 30. Corn advancing, at 90c. all in bulk.
Whiskey steady at 30 in bond. Mesa Pork held at
123 80. Bulk Meats timi und unchanged.
ST. LOUIS, August 20.-Flour quiet; auporiiiie 7a
8. Wheat steady; roil $2 15a2 33; u hito $2 25a2 40.
Corn.-While $1 05al 10. Provisions steady.
Pork $23 50. Hacon shoulders 12)c; clear sides
lMc. Whiskey $2 05, free.
WILMINGTON, Auguat 20_Turpontiiic qniot, C2J
u5S. lljsni quiet at $3a7.
NEW ORLEANS, August 20.-Sales C50 halos;
linn; Low Middlings 2tl*. Receipts in Ibieo dova,
?Vir? balea, against BIL Exporta fur tho ?arno timo,
3125. Hngnr-rn ?ales of importancu; fully fair
Louisiana lfijaPi); Cuba No. 12, in boxes, 12J.
Cuba Molasses variously ?ploted at 19a55. Flour
-asking an advanco; no eales: Superfino $8 75;
Corn dull, and light stock; White Mixed $1 10a
1 12). Oula firm at 70. Pork qniot and linn at
20. Lard quiet; Jobbing at 14J in barr?la; 14) in
ticrcoa, and 14Jal5 in kogs. Gold 4JI. Hterling
63a55. Sigh? Exchange on Now York J per cont,
MoniLE, Alignai 20.-No sales ; market nominal?
ly unchanged; rccoipis, 105bales. Weather clear
and warm. Crop accuunlH from tho interior of tho
Annus TA, August 20.-Cotton moro aclivo, but
prices easier; halos 88 bale?; Middlings 25$.
Wcathor lint and cloudy.
SAVANNAH, August 20.-Cotton quiot and small
transactions; Middlings nominally 26)c.; receipts,
G32 bales. Weather clear.
RECEIPIB or NEW COTTON.-Uiitlor this hoad tin
How Orleans rriccs Cut rent gives thu following
NEW COTTON.-On Weilnosdny, lilli instant, lin
tho first balo of tho non crop, grown in Plaque
minea Parish, but ginned and baled in tho city
was placed in tho markot. It is classed Low Mid
diing and at present writing romains unsold. Yes?
terday morning tho Mobilo boat "Mary" brough
an additional halo, tho product of a plantation ii
Lowndes Connty, Ala. Tho consignors, Hiller &
Co., sold it, at auction at 33)c. lb. Mr. Edmuiii
Hcilbuth becoming the purchaser.
Since 1819 tho ?latee of tho receipt of Ibo (Irai
bale of now crop varied aa rollowa:
1849.August 7 I Ssa. jui. ni
i860.August ll i860." julv 1
18?1.July 25 1801..Auguit ll
1857.Auguit a 1803. *
1863.Angus! a isca.september '
1851.July as 18CI.August li
1855.July a? 1856.Auirnit 1
1858.Jnly 16 HMM.August '
186T.August 15 1867.August ll
1868.July 25 .
? i . i i KU PIIOM NEW 1 (MIK .
HTnicTUIlEB ON OlUNT-TUE CUUUENCY-TUE OVUM
?TONK BBOKEn.S - (JOLD BOOM- ASSOCIATED 1'ItESS
TUADE-I|U W011KIKO CLASSES-A MAN WOO VS*
KEEP A HOTEL.
FRENCH'S HOTEL, J
NEW YOEE, August ir>. j
A number uf tho radical papero or tho inlorioi
aro very sovero in thoir HI net urea on (Jon. Qn.txi
for consenting to tliacbargo tlio duties of tho Wai
Bureau, and construe it into an open alliauco with
tho President. Tho moro Bouaiblo and influential
organs prudently avoid any harsh reference to the
subject, e.eng in its discussion nothing but a ten?
dency to diaintograto tho organization.
Thu currency question continues to disturb tho
financier:-, and affords a prolific thomo for con?
stant amplification iii tho inonoy columns of (lie
loading journals. Borne favor tho issuo.of legal
tenders in sums sufflciont to moot tho maturing
interest, reserving tho gold as a basia for early ro?
turo to ?pecio pay monta. Tho TrfbmM Baja, "if
Mr. MCCULIAIUUU would regain tho confltloiico of
tho solvent part ol the community, lot him (les?
li ..y 11,000,000 nf legal tondora por mouth. Tho
policy pursued lilla tho avenues of tho commercial
contres with crowda of speculators so dc nen au to
drivo pedestrians from tho sidowalks." Thia Ia an
allusion to tho throngs of "curbs tomi brokera," who
collect every afternoon in Broad st., and block up
(ho walk for hours. Thc jargon of nt rungo phrases
ia very amusing tu a novice. Ono cries out "I of?
fer 1000 Erica," anothor sings out "sovonty,'
another "quarter," another wants "old Southern."
and another offers "Mariposa," and in the contusion
of vari?lica offored, sometimos reaching ono or
two dozen at tho nemo timo, the unlttatod oannot
tell buyer from noller. Tho ourhatono oporatora
present quito a youthful and democratic appear?
ance. Tho acono was variod an evening or two
ago by knocking off tho hat nf ono of tho opera?
tives, who was evidently doop lu "old mononga?
hela." This waa followed by a lively rally otp tilos,
In which a number of hoads wore oxpoaod to tho
wanilla; sun. Thia is porhaps not n IWM?1
. , ._. ........ ...... iiiHiurii tho hvuly
.niirao of trado, which was kopt up until nearly
ilark. Dut thia noisy throng is a Quaker mooting
eunip.ired lo the babel of the gold board. No
vi" it or to Gotham should fail to o troll down to
Ibo Gold Room anti wi tuena tho whirl of incite?
ment which prevails among tho monoy changera
-cotnparod to which MILTON'S viow of ohaoa ia
tamo and iuaipid.
Yen havo doubtless hoard of tho threatened dia
ruption of tho Aasuciatod Press. I am assured
that Mr. DENNETT hus poaitivoly determined to
sovcr his connoclion with that organization; and
an evening papor to-day auuouucea that a new
compauy has boon formed, which proposes to ou?
ter tho Held floon with comploto facilities for aorv
ing tho prenti of tho country on juat and equitable
principios. Tho Jouma: of Commerce, a fow daya
ago, ventured a defonco of tho Aaaoeiatod Proas
against tho charge of apt 'dilating ill nows. To
this defonco tho evening paper roforrod to ro
ap.uuli ill a long article giving BU elaborate state?
ment of tho coat or news, ami tho amount realized
on ita salo by tho Associated Prosa. It is hardly
necessary to produoo theso figures to convinco
Southern journalists of tho onerous exact i ono nf thia
pampered nowa monopoly. A chango ia ile mande J ;
and it ia gratifying to bo assured that it is likely to
bo mado speedily. Thoro ia moro in thia movement
than I am at liberty to divulga at prcaent. Dut
tho opinion prevails among tho knowing ones that
tho Associated Fross is about lo find a rival that
cannot ho distanced or forest ulled.
Trado adowa somo signs of improvement this
week, though ii is still remarkably dull for tho
season, and appruhousions of broakora ahead aro
sagely whiepercd by tho knowing onos. Tho re?
ceipt., of dry goods at this pori have fallon off
1-10,000,000 for tho month of July, compared to
laut year, but othor importa aro about aqua! to
thone cf tho corresponding month iu 1BGG. Tho
exporta for July woro $37,588,000, of which tt l,
O8G.00O waa specie, against $19,0GG,OO0 iu July, last
year, of which $5,820,000 waa specio. Thus it ap?
pears that wo ai o buying vory largoly in OXCCBS of
what wo havo to noll.
Tho labor question ia ono of great intoroat hero.
Tho exactions of landlords, and general increase
in tho cost of living, have rendered a largo in?
crease of wages necessary ; to accomplish which,
almost every pursuit ha9 a protectivo union
Bociotr. Having found tho oxtonl of their power,
(hoy aro constantly making now demands of thoir
omployors, who complain bitterly that they can?
not carry on business in tho face of dull Irado and
general stagnation, with those oxaotiona forced
upon thom. Now hands cannot be omployod be
causo most of tho laboring classe J aro mombo m ol
these unions, and if thoy are not, tow doro to re?
sist their th 'Ulandi". A vory bad feeling exists be?
tween tho employers and laboring classes, which,
it ia constantly feared, may end in serious, dis?
turbance, Strikes aro of almost evory-day occur?
rence, and co-opcrativo establishments of every
kind aro hoing inaugurated. Tho journeymen
priutors havo rec. nt ly started a job office, and are
said to bc doing well. Such companies, if well
managed, aavo to tho working mon, the profit
which has been realized by their ?mployora, and
will diatributo tho fortunes usually realized by
compotent contractors, among those boat cn titi.si
to thom. Salaries or wagoa aro not adequate tc
tho support of those who havo families, be?
ing for tho groat mass of mechanics and clerics
from IIB to $25 a week. First cloaa mon in large
houses of course got moro. Provisions and guie
ral cxpeneea are abont na high as at the South.
Tho poor sowing womon are most inadequately
paid. Thoro aro thousands of widows or wives ol
helpless or worthless mon, whoso support is
derived from noodle work, for which not more
than IS to $7 a week are realized, and often
oven les?. With thia thoro ia rout, aay $1 50
broad, two loaves a day ll 40 per wook ; potatoes
ll oo ; meat $1 00 ; ligbta 25 couta ; coal 50 cents
not to mention clothing, doctors billa, or lout Hmo
Hard indoed ia tho lot of the poor in thia great
metropolis ; and yet thouaauda cling to the city, it
tho hopo of doing hotter after awhile. At presen
thoro aro thousands hero from tba South, aeekinc
employ mont ; and I cannot bettor serve aU win
contemplate coming herc, than io advino thom ti
et ny where thoy arc, or at least, not to come to tbt
largo Northern cities. The improssion prevail!
hern that tho Smith munt apcodily become tht
most prosperous portion of tho country. If th
political prohloms which now threaten tho ,poac<
of society, can bo amicably solved, there is ni
.loutit of tho speedy attainmont of a condition o
A sojourn of a fow wooka hero affords many usc
ful lessons in tho art of comfortable living, and
cannot bettor servo your travelling readers than tt
give thom tho result of my oxporienco. Men o
business will And groat advantagoin taking a roon
at porno hotel, kept on tho European plan, a
which thoy can also gel thoir meals at any boor
paying only for what they order, whoreaa at othe
hotels, billa ran on from tho Hmo the naroo Ia re
gietered. Froncb'a Hotel, from which I write, i
on this plan, and ia a modo) of neatness, ordei
clogancc and comfort. ADIS ITDEB.
A Connu)PONDENT describo? tho procoaaof mal
ing papor collara and cuffs at a factory in Dlddeforx
Mo. Tho papor from which tboy aro formed come
in largo shoots of tho required thickness. Bom
forty of those shoots aro placed ono upon anothei
and thou moved under tho die which cuta throng
Ibo wholo, giving tho roquiislo shape to forty co
lara. Tho papor ia thou moved under tho di
again, and forty moro cut, and BO on to tho enc
Tho button holes aro next made, Somo half-dozo
collars aro placod under the ches, and the thr?
j holes ont in,etch instantly. Next tho collars ar
placod ono at a timo under a dio or mold wbic
imprest-PS tho nt itching upon them and marks th
lino hy which tho collar ia to bo turned ordoub'ot
i Thc collars aro thon doubled or turned over ono I
- A timo by hand, run through a machino whio
presses thom, and thoy are finished. They ai
, thon packod in boxe? of ton oaob, and ten of thea
- boxea pnt in a largor ono, when they are ready fe
. markot. Tho cuffs aro out with dloa after tho aam
'. manner aa tho collara, the bottom holes eat b
t nlmilar method; then thoy aro Btltchod and the
! packed for market. Throe stylos of collara ai
I mndo-plain enamel and linen surface, the pap?
being finished tn a particular marmor for each i
I theso different stylos. Tba average size of noel
, is Hi inches. Somo collara aro mads 101, incbi
? long; but moat aro sold of HJ, 14 and 15 (nobe
' Tito preacnt capacity of thia manufactory ia 25,01
i collara a day, bat with a new catting m ooh ii
[ ii early ready, ito capacity will bo moro than dont
j cd. Most of the work is dono by females. Twolt
i banda aro now omployod, but in tho auturn
donblo thia number wilt be required.
IfiMIOUATlOK TU SOUTH l'AIIOLI.V?,
LET 1 HILM FROM OUR Ad ENTH IM EUROPE.
(J ono ral J?RN A. WAOENEB, Commissioner of
Emigration for South Carolina, has kindly fur?
nished us tin- following two tailors, which, wo fool
assured, will bo road with much interest by our
rcador?, nil of whom, Uko ouraalvoa, aro doHlrous
to know what their agonts aro doing in tho effort
to induco emigration irom Europo to our Btato.
OLD ENB trna, July 24,1867.
GENEBAL J. A. WAOENEB, Charleston i
Dear fir : Having rocoivod at last tho monoy
from * . * * * I rm ablo to proaood with
tho work before roo. Tho pamphlot will bo print
od in a fow days and ready for distribution. Moan
wiiilo I bavo mado arrongomonta with Mosers.
EVEBIIABD O. DKLIUB tt Co., iu Bromon, who aro
ohio and willing to scud voaaola, with omlgrantu
drroct to Charleston, as low as any olbor bouse in
Bromon. Those gontlomen taku a groat interest
in a direct trado to ChsTloston, as they deal largely
in cotton, and aru willing to bavo tbolrsharo in a
direct lino of stoamoru, na soon aa tho political dif
itcullioi in tho Sourborn Btatos aro aottlod; until
that timo tboro will bo hut a small prospect of ac?
complishing this object. I havo travelled a little
about, with o vio w of gaining tho confldonco of tho
people for South Carolina. I havo euccooded, so
far, admirably. I bavo boon introduced to tho
Clergy of all denominations, aa woll as to tho other
genii y of tho diflorout towns and villagoa. To
those I havo explained tho object of my mission,
and in an arerago they havo promisod a hearty
co-operation in our schonio, They wonld adviao
their poosanls and mechanics who denim to omi
grato to go to South Carolina, and would explain
tho advantagoa of our Stato to thom. Tho pam?
phlot will do a groat doal of good. I think it ia
much hotter than moro nowapapor articles, ss you
will have scon from papers I havo sont. Qood aub
atautlal farmera as wo dentro hardly will road
Urara nrtioloa, or will not un^0ratenJ?,t?jpioj[p??jj)'?
?truflHsf ?r?m your pamphlot they will seo
bettor into lt. But should any of thoso writcra in
tho Auswanderer Zeitung attack our Bcbemo I shall
uot fail to answer. I ara hopoful that wo will suc?
ceed tho first year, nt loast to draw a nucleus of
good substantial farmora and m?chame? to ck th
Caroliua, who will then, no doubt, if thoy aro
treated right, blow our trumpet and draw thou?
sands aftor thom. The greatest difficulty will bo
tho first ye ar, after that it is easy Billing. I bavo
appointed an agent at Bromorhavor, who will dia
tributo at onco on board of ovary vessel that loaves
with omtgrants a cort oin numbor of your pam?
phlets, which may indnco a groat many to soak
South Carolina as their homo. I also shall eond
ono copy to ovory Emigrant Agent throughout
(lenoany, and will travel myself through Germany
os far as my means will permit.
Boupectfully, A. MELOHER?,
Agont of South Carolina.
COPENHAOKN, July 17, 1807.
(len. JOHN A. WAOENEB, Charleston :
Tb-.MI Sm: J bavo roturned to Copenhagen after
a short trip in tho countty, and havo dono aa much
good for tho cause aa could bo reasonably expert?
ed, bnt I find that if my misaion ahaU have a good
roault, I must devot o j uot aa many months as now
weeks to traverse tho country, beca uso tho peoplo
liko to talk j nu h jiuilly to a man who has been iu
America and ia acquainted with the condition of
tho country to which they want to emigrate; aud
I can in one hour givo moro information, and
answer more of tho questions, which tho reading
of the pamphlot naturally gives occasion for, than
if I rocoivod and anawerod twenty letter?. Ea
pocially thoso who have money sufficient to buy a
farm aro very particular in thoir inquirios. Thoy
wish to know what thoy can expect in return for
what they leave.
Of 50,000 immigrante wbo in the first mon tb? of
the year arrived in Now York, only 9000 had no
certain placo of destination, and romainod Ibero;
all tho o thora wero Bont for by friends and rela?
tions, who bad written to them and told thom of
their good luck aud satisfaction with their now
homo. This is a good evidonce how important it
is that tho first immigrants who arrive in our
Stato Bhonld bo satisfied with their now borne.
Because, if that is tho oaao, tho immigration to
Bouth Carolina will increase y o ir for year, if right?
ly managed. Tho emigration from Scandinavia is
largely on tho increaso, and the Government trio?
to put a atop to it by warning tho people, both
through tho pteaa and from tho pulpit, but all to
The State of Minnesota has appropriated $10,000
for the same purpoao aa South Carolina, and has
got ngooba in several northorn towns of Scandina?
via, wboro tho o migrants pass through, bnt 1 do
not beliovo thoy derivo nmch benefit from it, for
tho manon, as I havo stated before, that tho emi?
grant baa determined in what section of America,
he wants to locate himself bofofe he leaves bia old
homo, moro especially suoh omigrants as have got
moana to buy a picco of land. If anything can be
dono for tho cause, it must bo ia the home of tho
emigrant. Thora ia tho proper placo to spank to
him, bofore ho ia influencod by others, or has do
torminod where to go.
Tho summer bera is unusually cold and rainy,
and boa retarded tbo hay harvest. Mnoh of tho
hay is spoiled, and if it continues in this way an?
other small orop will bo lim result, and that will
givo a now impulse to tho emigration.
Vory roapoctfully, yours,
W. J. 8ERLOV, 8tate Agent.
TOE FOLI-OWINO is a list of tho sovereigns,
princes, and princesses who havo visited the court
of tho Tu illorios sinoa tito beginning of this year
tho total iiumbor .being fifty-eight : 'Tba King
and Qncon of tho Bolgians, tho Emperor of Rus?
sia, tho King and Qnoon or Prussia, King Lorna I.
of i!n.v?.ri?. King Lotas LL of Bavaria, the King
of Wurtemberg, tho King and Queen of Portugal,
tho Sultan, tho King of Greoco, tho King of Swe?
den, the Count and Countess of Flanders, tbo
Grand Hereditary Duko of Russia, tho Princesa
EL'OENTE of Leaohtenberg, the Unke of Leuchten?
borg, tho Duko of Saxe-Weimar, the Dnko of Mee W
lenburg-Strelitz, the Grand Bnke of Saxe-Weimar,
tho Crown Prince and Princess Royal of Prussia,
the Prince and Princess Royal of Saxony, tho
PrLnco of Saxo-Cobmg-Gotha, tho Dnko and
Duchess or Saxony, Prince ALBKBT of Prussia, tho
Princo and Pr incoas CHAS bxs of Prussia, Prince
BuxtBEB, tho Dnko and Dnohess D'AOSTA, the
three Princos of Oldenburg, tho Grand Boko and
Grand Duchess of Badon, the Dnko DE Conni RB,
tho Hereditary Princo of Turkoy, bia brother, and
tho son of tho fin] tan, tho Prince of Hohenzollern,
and bis son Princo LEOPOLD, tho Prince of Wales,
tho Luke of Edinburgh, Princo ABTHUB, Prince
?90AB of Sweden, tho Viceroy of Egypt, tbo Grand
Duko of Mechlonburg-Sebwerin, tho Prince and
Princess ADALBEBT of Bavoria, tho Prince ol
Orango, Duko WILI.HU of Wurtemberg, Count ck
Wurtemberg, tho Grand Duko CONSTANTINE, the
Princo of ReusB, tho brother cf His Tycoon ol
Japan." Of this ohoioo collection of princes and
orineci?te, forty-flvo aro sovoroigna and princes,
throo quoona and ton princesses; ton aro kingo,
six roigning princes, niuo heirs presumptive, ant
one viceroy. _
Tax BOSTON POST says : "Tho Indian Com
missionora, who woro ompowerod by Congress tc
go out on tho plaina and hold a conforonco will
obiofsof tho hostilo tribes, with avio* lo a per
man cut poacobctwoon them and tho whites, han
sent ont thoir rnnnora to invito tho chlofs toi
mooting at Fort Lapamio in Boplember, and al
Fort Lamed, in October. Thoy ara thomaotvos al
Fort' Loa von worth, at which plane a whole tribe ol
Indian ogonts, traders, interpreters, and go-bo
tweens of various kinds aro expected to meei
them, for tho purpoao of setting forth their vie wi
to tho Commission, with tho idea, no doubt, of en.
lightening that body in respect to ita wlaeat poll
cy. Tho tatter will of course, regard all such re
presentation willi oxtromo caution. It la notori?
ous that tho interests of those Tory men are whs1
havo so largely influencod hoatllltioa hitherto, I
a wiso body of Commissioners, desiring j ul ti?
and peace together, shall present tlmir views di?
rectly tn tho chic's of tho hostilo tribes, and tuc
ccod in assuring thom that tba white man ls theil
friend and brother inatoad of thoir enomy, then
cannot bo any doubt of the happy result of theil
interview. The hostilities already on foot, ant
for which tho country and tho treasury aro In
dob tod to selfish and unprincipled white mon, ll
may not bo posai bia to arrest on the Instant; yel
tua very tiding of tho approach of Co mm kai on era
anointed by Con gre sa expressly and eclair to ea
SHSiT?S 'rilli not ba wi th ont ita IsAasDoe
S???^s?.OP7.?.8,;?r?Mtlonhaa tho essential eic
?8,ntoi??nrnUlty lnit, at any rata; ho things ll
?ra^ndriI6,fh.? ??? toT weat7X?
HI-IS L H Vi ION.
l'on UK EDISTO, 8. C., Alignai 17.
Editor Oai'u AVtr*
Tho Board of Rcutralion, composed of Hean ra.
M. I/. BALDWIN, CUrman, A. J. OHT'.NDKII, ami
James Maya (color!), commenced UH duties at
the third product ubis Oialrlct on tho 15th ?nhl.,
and will continuo ta Bitting for tho proacut
throughout to-day. ?orruot quiet and undislurb
otl order havo chiratorizod ita procoodingB thun
far. Tho only foituts ol intorost conncetod with
ita i rog res H up lc tita time, ate tho oxbibitiotin of
tho desper?lo cOtrta on the part of tho uowly on
franchised to grap tho Bontimonl expressed in
tho oath, who, iitliair apparent cagoruoss to do
ao, ne sum ci thc a ? tudu of ono about lo behold nun
of tho Boron wanera of tho world. Ono fellow, na
being asked hia mao, preparatory to tho reading
of tho oath, roptd that it waa ..Jumen Elps."
"Elps Jamos," iniiirrd tho roglstrar oarnually, an
if to tost tho knoiedge nf bia own linnie. "Yea,
6ir," replied CutT.uoro emphatic, ned uomowhal
coufusod. "You ay your nanid ia ?James Elps/'
interrogated tlio rgiatrar again. '*YOH, Hlr," on
aworcd tho bowilored darkey again, seeming to
think that hia nam. waa a dttplox of Jamea Kips,
and elco rena. Of conreo this dialogue, and tho
emphatic manner ot tho questions propounded,
and tho equally ompbdie answers obtained, excit?
ed tho redbill lion nf lu> upcctators, who indulged
in a broad Bmilo, whiloJamoa Elps, or Elps James,
as the caso moy bo, fmllowed, to.hini, tho incom?
prehensible terms of lie erith.
As tho list below wil show, tho disparity of tho
v.-hi I? and colored whohavo rogixturod, proaonts a
marked dogroo of diflircnco. To-day boina; Hatur
day, a sort nf holiday with'tho farmers, thoy will
no doubt turn out moro numerously.
,?,. .... Wlutes. Blacks.
Third l'reoiuct-Firet^ltiay.22 DI
Majority of blicks.ti!)
James Mays (colored), was deposed on yestor
? day for deficiency, aud his placo has boen supplied
I by Mr. J. T. BUTLER._ BAYS AN.
LlLKSvTLLZ, ANBON COUNTY, N. C., }
August 17, 1667. j
Editor A'eics.- Hinco I laut wroto you tho seasons
havo boon very favorabla, and my oatimato of tho
crop of thia county miy now bo safely doublet.
Bust ia the ouly thing to bu fuared now, aud I
boar of ila appearance ia somo localities.
Corn waa gonorally toe fur advanced to bu much
I beno?ttcd by tho Ono tains following tho Ihrco
wooka' drought of Juno and July; though that
planted Into- af 1er harrest, Atc.-is quilo pron:
Nearly all uf our planters will BOW largely of
small grain thia fiaasou, and om ploy only about
I half Uieir prosont force fur nert yo ar.
Registration is progressing quietly, tho black
Very respectfully, E. It. L.
Tue Crop, Woran, ?Vc., In Loulsinua.
Tho Now Orleans Time* of tho 17th says :
Below will bo found interesting extracta from
i tho correspondence of plantera, which havo boeu
kindly furnished us by their lactors tu UI?B city for
I general information.
HAZELUURHT, Miss., August 13.
I arrived safely yesterday, and all along tho
route from Now Orleans lo thia point I inado spo
cial inquirios about tho cotton worm, and all tho
information I could gather was that somo worms
had been soon in a great many fields. In a few
casos the worm baa eaton tho leaf of tho cotton in
spots, but in no case could I lenin or a field that
baa boon destroyed. My opinion ia that under
any cireumataucoa ono-lhird to one-half crop will
be mads in thia section, and possibly a throe-quar?
COLUMBIA, LA., August 10, 18??7.
It is useless to calculate any longer ou a cotton
crop-it ie gono. The worms havo takon ontiro
possession uf it in thia pariah. My last hupe
that tho hot weather would retard their prugrosu
-in gono. It appoara an If tho sun gavo thom
life. I havo thirty-five acres that aro ontiroly
eaten up by them. I don't think moro thati one
eighth of a crop will bo mado tn tho Pariah. I
havo discharged half my banda, so as tn roduco
oxpensea as much aa possible, lt ia bard to .sou
?uch a crop aa mino loat, but I have done as well,
or bettor than my neighbors, and on this baso my
estimate of tba crop hore.
BABTBOP, Muntum ai: I'AttlsR, I.S., )
August 6,18C7. I
Tho cotton worimi aro in nearly every plantation
in tho pariah; they are not eating tho cotton as
fast aa 1 havo aeon thom, but they aro increasing
very rapidly, and no planter ox pee ta to mako nioru
than sead to plant for tho noxt your.
KA n INK Pt ti IBU, LA., Angus! 7, 18C7.
I wroto you eomotimo since predicting great din
asters to tho cotlou crop. Tue internal worms aro
now eating it up, and as tho crop is much later
than usual, thoro will not be a tenth of a crop
raised in una parish, unlusa a rogrowth takes
placa attar tho worm disappears. Very little is to
bo expected thia season.
The above 1B from ono of the most extensivo and
experienced planters iu the parish.
A vrell known planter, and a member of Ibo
State Legislature, writes as follows:
('LINTON, LA., August 10, 18G7.
Ula noir a fixod fact that tho worms aro eating
up the cotton, but aa yet have dono but little dam?
An experienced planter, a member of ono of our
leading cotton factorage firms, alsb wnles:
SHBIVZPOBT, Lt., August 6,18C7.
I have lust returned from a little trip to Caddo
Parish. Found tho vori labio cotton worm on many
8tantalums,-not enough to do much immediate
amsge-but on their third brooding, say in front
tbreo to four or fivo wooka tho worst may bo ex?
pected. Planters aro exceedingly gloomy over tho
prospect. With another rain or two, and no
worms, a very good crop would bo grown in tho
hill country of this region. The corn crop is mado
and ii very good. Tho worm is known lo havo
appeared aa far as fifty miles weat of this placo,
ll EI .i.K vu K, Bossut a PARISH, LA., August 10.
The corn crop in tho hills is only an average
ono. The cotton, though late, will likely provo
tho samo from tho sama p?aos.
Hill crop of cotton growing and forming rapid?
ly, but iu & critical condition from fear of drouth.
ALEXANDBU, LA., Augusl 10.1807.
The recent appearance of tho caterpillar bas
cast quito a gloom over the planton. Much of tho
finest cotton has already been ser urns)y damaged,
and many anticipate tho almost total destruction
of tho crop. Boroo uf ray moat forward cotton,
which la waist high to a man on horseback, baa
boon almost stripped of ils leaves. Tho young cot?
ton is yet uninjured. Mv belief is that thoro will
be very little monoy mario on cotton thia year, at
least in this parish. Corn ia generally good.
HosBOE, LA., August 10.
There is great excitement hore about tho cotton
worm. They are on almost every placo, but as yet
have dono no dr mage.
Tm COTTON WORM IN UIBSISSIPPL-Tho Now
Orleans Picayune baa the fellowing hiter :
OSTIA, rdu?.. August 15.
EDS. PIC: Trade appoarsrather gloomy, but not
BO mnob eu aa tho articlo ol your 'incsday'a iasuo
would try lo provo. I myadf, with several gentle?
men, togothar wont throiigl diflorcnt cotton fields
in this section, and I can nost emphatically dony
that tho cotton worm ia sobad as represented in
tho abovo articlo; moreover, I dare to assert that
if the worm should do its moral now, tho farmers
would make half a crop aa fir aa tho knowing onos
Aa far aa the atatomonl S concerned of having
f1 killed 2000 in one row, tho latter must havo bcon
a considerably long ono, and tho countcr'u
patience pretty near tho samo.
It took ui tn throe different Heida to gather of
the so-callad colton worm, about of tho figuro of
Iwonty each, in ten mimtoa good searching.
Moreover, tho cotton waa nat at all toucbod, only
Do mo tho favor, therefore if inquiries should
ba mado in regud to tho statement aforesaid, to
contradict it on strongth of tho abovo.
THE CBOPI.-It affords ne much pleasure in
being ablo to statu, npon the authority or a gontlo
man who baa. within tho list ton da vu, travotod
through Dnplin, Wayno, Wilson, ?dgecoinbo,
Sampson, Nash and Cumberland counties, that
tho corn crops look remarkably promising, and
tho amount of landa planted ls ox tensive. From
present appoarancos, an abondant crop of corn
will be mado. Tho cotton crop is not as promis?
ing ls could bo desired. With tho prospect*
boforo tts, with favorable seasons for a row wooka
longer, our section bids fair to reap an abundant
harvest- Wilmington Journal.
A CURIOUS OAIXUIHTIOM.. An oxohango Boya :
"What a noisy creature would a man hu wem bin
volco, in proportion to his weight, as loud aa that
of a locust 1 A looost can bo hoard at tho distance
of ono-slitoontb of a milo. Tho golden wren ia
aald to weigh bnt half an onnce ; so tba t a middling
sized man would weigh down not, ihort of four
thousand of them; and lt must bo otrange if a
poldon wren would not outweigh four of onr
locusta. Supposing, therefore, that a common
man weigh* aa muon ls sixteen thousand of our
locusts, and tbit the note of a locust can bo board
ono-aixieenth of i mile, a man of common dimen?
sions, pretty sound in wind and limb, ought to be
able to make himself hoard at tho distance of ono
thousand six hundrod miles; and when bo snoczoa
'his boase ought to fall about bis ctn I' Suppos?
ing a floe to weigh one grain, which la moro than
ill actual weight, and to jump ono ind a half
yards, a common rom of ono hundrod ind fifty
(sounds, with jumping powers in proportion, could
jump twelvo thousand eight hnndrcxl miles, or
about the distan co bom Now York to Cochin
At I church collection for missions, tho preach?
er laid : "My Christi an brethren, lot mo elution
thoa? of yon who put in butte LB not tobruk off
tho oyes. It spoils thom for nae, and they will
not pua among tuo heathens for coln."
T O CLO S E.
TO rum: OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF RUMMICIl
?JI.OT1IINU (ra liavn marked, tho nrlcci at Kiicb low
figures thal purchaser-! will Hud lt decidedly for tho In
tereil of tl . lr pucket* IO eiauiltio our stork, lu windi
thc; will Hi:.I good ami well made irarmenu of DUH
OWN MANUFACTURE, al oili-cmoly low prico?.
Antioicd will be found a MKT OF OUR FORMER AM)
8C0TC1I CASSIMKRE SUITS-SACK,
PANTS AND VERT. IM ?MO I
DARK MIX. CASSIM KHK SU I TS-SACK,
PANTS AND VEST. 21.00
HAIR LINK CASSIM ERE SIHTH
SACK. PANTS AND VEST.. 21.Ml
MIDDI.K-EX CAKHIMKHK SUITS
SACK, PANTS AND VEST. lt.OII
BLACK AND WHITE MIXOAtWIMKKK
SUflli-SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 18.0(1 13.00
LIGHT FRENCH FLANNEL SUITS
SACK, PANTS AND VEST. IH.H0 12.00
FANill'C ISSI MERE PANIS AND VtrT 12.00 B.00
WHITE FRENCH DUCK SACKS- ?.00 COO
WHITE LINEN SACKS. 6.1X1 4.00
COLORED DUCK SACKS. ti.00 ?.00
BROWN LINEN SACKS. a.50 2.50
I1ROWN LINEN SACKS. IMO 1.60
tsTKIPK ALPACA SACKS. 1.00 6.11(1
- .....vu ROU tum
lieut lemon's FlllTlislliui? UoCUs.
WHITE SUUt l-S at IMO, 19.00and ad.GO.
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CORNER OF HASEL STREET,
c i-i A R i, ir. SION
No. 219 KING STREET,
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NOW IS THE TIME TO RUY THE BEST
IVIE IN 'S
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY, WITH A
LAROE LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Having perfected arrangements with my Manu?
facturera, I am ablo to ?oil tho entire 8TO?K at
tho above discount.
Price of each ARTICLE marked in plain figures.
B. M. McTUREOUS, Sup't
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untold bodily and mental torm?n tn.
This moat rellsbla sp?cifie, so universally adopted lu
UiB Old World, ls new offered for salo for the first time In
America by F. A. DUPOIIT Ai CO., only authorised
Agents for tho United Mistos.
Prico S3 per bottle. Largo bottle, double site, (5.
The usual discount to the trade, sent, securely
parked, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tion? and pamphlet, by addressing to
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Role Agents for Dr. Rlcord's P. U,
Usy 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Slnmt, New York.
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Jury to the hab". Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, (1.
Descriptive circulars mailed free. Address Ii ERO Kit,
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Y., Sole Agento for tho Doited 8taloa.
March SU ly
The Honnctt8ville "Journal"
TS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
J. BonoetlsvUle, 8. C., in tho eastern portion of the
State, by STUBBS li LITTLE, Proprietors, sud offers
superior Inducements to Mercbaoto and sil others who
wish to extend their business in thia section of the Pee
Dee country We respectfully solicit the patronage of
our Charleston ti lends. ,
Tarma-13 per aonum, Invariably in advance. Adver
[ tue raen ta Inserted at very reasonable raUa. July 8
.?r OFFICE OF MASTER IN EQUITY, l&Tu
AUGUST, 1M7.-Ouardlaus .ml other TruetSHia, whose I
Honda .ro la Ult. ofllco, .ru In.ireby called upon tu instr
(hi lr Annu.l lb him* tu lb li nlrb e. a. required by law,
aa or belora tho '?otb of October, 1807.
August 31 wt Sissier In F, tully.
??rTHE ATTENTION OK THE FIRE DE
PAIITMEN I' ls caites! to the lullowiug regulation* :
Any Volunteer Engine running on any payment lu
cither tho Upper cr Low.r Wards, wboro tho slroct M
paved, shall pay a Uno of Fifi j Dollar., and any Ward
Engins committing tho samo ofTsnco their psy shall bo
stopped. Tho narnu rule shall be applicable to Ibo
Kv err Volunteer Engine Company shall have either
bella or a gong attached lo their Englno or Iloel, and thu
?am. .hall not h. taufllod. either going er returning
ftom an alano cf Oro. Tho same nils ahab be applica?
ble lu Ward Englue., bul uo Engine .ball return fruin a
Aro faster than . walk.
Nu two Steamers shall work at Um sa urn Eire Well
Ono Volunteer Hand Engluo may draw waler from same
?Veil whore a Htoamor la drawing; ami If two Hand En?
gines ar. at a Fi" Well uo ytoamer sh.ll bo allowed lo
use the ssiue.
Two or more Sicamor? may draw water from a Drain
Ht. B. M. BT1I0BEL.
Auguat ?0 _Clerk and Runt
tar CHIRP QU.UtTliRMABTEH'8 OFFICE,
HECONU MILITARY ?IHTniCT. NORTH AND SOUTH
CAROLINA, CHARLESTON, S. C.. AUGUST 17. UH".
1 HEALED PROPOSALS will bu roeolveil st this otDcu
until 13 o'< lo. X M. on Afonifny, the I?tb day of HSptoni
[ ber, 1H07. at which limo they will be opeued, for tba pur
baae of tho followlug prnport.v, Tts:
Wreck of ateaurer HUSTON, in A.bepoo Itlvor.
Wrack of strainer ORO. WASUINOTON. lu Cooaaw
Wreok ur steamer CHAHSK?lt, In Scull Cruuk.
Wreck ol .teamer RANDOLPH, lu Charleston Harbor.
Wreck nf atsaui.r ETIWAN, In Cbarlestuu Harbor.
Bidders will stale the amount uffereil for each wm k.
The wrscka ?lu i"> MM .o|mraiciy amt tu tho hlgbost
bidder, unless such bid bs deemed Uurrssooabie.
Proposal, muat be addressed to the undersigned, and
marked "Proposalsfor purchin of wrocka."
II. O. TYLEK,
llrevet Major-Geuoral, t'bier Quartermaster,
Deputy Quarterniaator-Oeuaral, U. S. A.
_ Auguat 19 15
sW-nBOiaTHATION.--T H I Ii I) PRECINCT,
COLILETOM DISTRICT.-The Hoard or RegiatraUou fer
Third Precinct. KL. llsrlbolomsw's Pariah, Coltctou DIs
trlet. 8. C., will hold ita .eastons as follows, viz:
AT IILUE HOUSE POLL-August IVUi, '.'0th, list sud
I 33d. September fiUi. Cth and 71b.
Forllcvlalou, September lotti and '.'"lu.
AT WALTHRDORO' POLL-COO RT UOUSE.-Auguat
?Jlth, '.'.llb, tilth and Ulh. September Mit, 10th, llth.
For Revlalon, September 33d and Sith.
AT ROUND O loi.I. August 30th. aim. September
3d, 3d, 13th, 14th sud 10th.
For R.vlalun, K.ptembsr id th sud 37th.
As tba who), duty must bo performed by tho 1st Octo?
ber, th. illulia wUl bo closed on the 19th Soplembor, lu
order lo coas ply with Paragraph XIX, tl eoe ral Order No.
06, Headquai tera Second Military District, giving ample
timo for pnhlls inspection and revlalon of the Hats. All
persons qualified te rote under tho provisions nf tbs Act
of Congress, passed 3d Marah, 1BS7, enUtled "An Act to
provide for the more sfflcl.nt Oovernmrnt of tho Rebel
H tates," and the asroral Acts supplementary thereto, sro
tn vitad to ispear before th. Hoard for Hrgtatralton.
Hours of alttlag will bs from S A. H. to 3 P. M.
R. ii. wiLLouonnv.
Chairman Hilled of Reg.
For Third Precinct, I 'ellet, ai District.
August IS 0
sTsT BATOHELOR'S li Alli DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls tho beat m tho world. Tia
only Irut and perfect Dye-harmless, reliable, instau
Unions. No disappointment. No ridiculous Hula.
Natural Black or Hrovrn. Remedios tho ill effect, nf in.:
Dy i. Invigorates the hair, leaving il aolt and hcautlhd.
Tho genuino ls signed William A. BatcJiclor. All otbem
are mero Imitation*, and should bo avoided. Hold by all
Druggie!, ?nd Perfumer*. Factory, No. Bl Bartley
?brest. Nsw York.
tO- BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
December IO \jr
AW ARTIFICIAL) EYES_ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EVES mado to order and inserted by Dra. F.
HAUCH and P. GOUOLEMANN (formerly employed by
RoissomozAD, of Parla), No. 699 Broadway, Now York.
April 14 lye
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, No. IO Crosby street, New York.
3000 Huies. Bottles and Flasks manufactured dally.
SOLD BY ALL DRUG G ISIS EYER y IV ?TERE
" COSTA R'S " HALES DEPOT,
No. 414 RHO A D \V AV, NEW YORK,
Where fl, ?3 lo ts sixes sra put up for Families, Blores
Ships, Boats, Public InsUtutions, Ac., ste.
It ls truly wonderful the confidence Uist ts now had In
every form of Preparation, that coma* from " Costar'* "
.?COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS-Fer Rats, Mice,
Roaches, Ants, Ac, ?ic. "Only 1 nfallible remedy known."
"Not dangeroua to tho human family." "Rata come uni
of their holes te die," Atc.
? COTTAR'S " RED-HUG EXTERMINATOR-A liquid,
put up in bottles, snd never known to fill.
"CUSTAR'S" ELECT'RIC POWDER-Fer Maths In
Furs and Woollens, I* Invaluable. Nolhlngcan exceed lt
for power and efficacy. Destroy* Instantly all Insects on
Plants, Fowls, Animals, ste.
"COST AR'S" BUCKTHORN HALVE-For Cuts, Burn*,
Wounds, Bruises, Broken Breasts, Hore Nipples, Piles lu
aU forma, Old Sores, Ulcers, and all kind* of cutaneous
atTerUnna. No family should bs without IL lt oxoeedn
tn efficacy all other Halves lu use.
"COSTAR'H"COHN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,
.. COST AR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOH
SIMS-Beautifies the Complexion, br giving to tho skin
a soft and beautiful frostiness, and is incomparably be?
yond anything now In use. Ladles of bule and poatUon
regard lt aa an essential to thu toilet. Au unprecedented
safe la Its beat reoummendatlun. One bottle ts alway*
followed by more. Try lt to know.
"COSTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS-A universal Dinner
Pill (aligar-co*ted), and of extraordinary efficacy for Cos?
tiveness, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous .nd Sick
Headache. A PU I that is now rapidly superseding all
"COSTAB'S" COUGH REMEDY-For Coughs, Colds,
Hoarsouetu, Bore Throat, Croup, Whoop nug Cough, Asth?
ma, and all forma of Bronchial, and Disses ea or Uni
Throat snd Laug.. Aadress
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. 483 BB0ADWAY. N. Y.
D0WIE & MOISE.
No. lal ll astin 3 street, op post to Charleston notch
OLD ESTABLBD fiRlGMW
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
ILATB Pilli* St DORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LABOE ADDITIONS 10
their usual stock of pur* and frc ib
EUROPEAN ALO AMERICAN FANCY OO0P?
FINE SO/ PH
Comprising hivolosa from the meal reputable manu?
facturara. Os hand, all the principal
Including Pre pira Uons Of AUB, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, ate. liso, t
larg, assortm.nt of
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA OOODS
OLAB8WARB OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great alttnUoa la paid to tho Importation and aeleo
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and non* other are allowed to go out of the Establish?
wi (li accuracy, and the public can
depend on the utmost reliability In
the execution of orders.
E. II. KELLERS, M.D.Il BAER.M.I)
?*.-CONSIGNEES PICK STEAMSHIP 51AS
UATTAK. ?rc uotiucd Ibat ?bo I? discharging rargo id
tdgor'a South Wharf. good? (remaining on tho Wharf .'t
MOMl will ?ajilirrly bo stored tl ownnra'risk ami m
r?nse. STREET I1KOTIIEK3 A CO.
Augnat Ml I AgonU.
TOR'S WM. 8. ELLIOTT, ir?. ELIAS HOHLBEOK. el ai.
In purauanco of an order niado by Chancellor JOHNSON
In thia cane, dated tba Otb dar ol Auguat 18C7, tho credi?
ton ot tba i'ii tia of the lalo WILLIAM H. ELLIOTT.
Enquire, ara notified to como lu and provo their claim i
beforo nie, on or beforo tko ICIb day of September ucxt.
Dr ba dobarred from all benefit ol any docrao hereafter t<?
be mada in thia eue.
J AM EH I Ubi'KU.
Auguat lt) mw!) Mi tier tn Equity.
" ?iT*NOTIO?-C(>N8iaNEES PER SCHOON E .1
HUHANNAU, from Haltlniura. ara notified of barest g I
beiug Tliit Day disoharged at Hrowti A Co."a Sot'u
Wharf. All Oooda unoallad for at auniet will be Mored
at cipcuee. and riak of Confiante?.
Auguat lil STREET BROTHERS k CO.
n- NOTICE T > MARINERS.-C A P T AI NM
AND PILOTS winking to anchor their veiaels In Ashley
River, aro requested not to do no anywhore within direct,
rango of tho hcada ol tho HAVANNAH RAILHOAO
WHARVES, on Ibo churl n.t. m and HI. Andrew'* dide ot
tho Ashley River; by which vrecautiou, contact with Ibo
Hubiuarluo Telegraph baili? will bo avoided.
H. C. TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Manier'? Ofllce, charl....! in. February 0, WflO.
AY???O LADY RETURNING TO Ht .t
country burne, aller a sojourn ol a few uionlba la li J
eily, wss hardly recognized by ber friend?. In place ?
a coarse, matte, flushed face, abo had a soft ruby ceu -
plexlon of almost marido ?luoolhucw, and Instead >
tw uty-ib ree shu really appeared but eighteen. Upou i n -
qulry as to tho causo of to great a dianne, abo plaint/
told Iben, that she lilied tho CIRCASSIAN HALM, and
routldorcd it au Invaluable aeipibii (Inn to any lady'stollri.
Hy Hs ?HOany I july or llentlemen eau Irnprove tbolr pei .
sonal oppcaranec au huudtcd fold. It ls ?Implo lu il <
conibiuatlon, as Natorxi herself 1? almpto, yet uruurpaioi.
ed In lt? efficacy lu drawing impurltloa from, also heal?
ing, cleansingaud beautifyingthogkln and comploxtou.
By its direct action on tho cuticle lt draws from lt all lu
Impurities, kindly heating the same, and leaving tho sur?
face ss Nature intended lt should bo-clear, soft, smooth
sud beautiful. Prico fl, sent by Mall or Express, on re?
ceipt of sn or,lor. by
w. L. CLARK A CO., Chomtata.
No. ti West Fayette Htreet, Syracuse, N. Y.
Tho only Aroertcau Agunta for tho sale of the same.
Marrb 30 ly
tttT THE GRAVEST MALADIES OF YOUTH
AND EARLY MANHOOD.-ROW ARD ASSOCIATION
ESSAYS, nu the Physiology of tho Passions, and lb?
Errors, AbuHss aud Dltoaaos pacullar to the first aga ol
man, with Reports on new mothods of treatment om
phil ?il lu thia Institution. Bent in sealed lotter en?
velopes, freo of ch arge.
Address Dr. J. MCI.LIN HOUOHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 70 3mo
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.,
HU ( MIMI AT MOUTH ISLAND, K Kl 1 li?
ll Kl CI), ANO WAVERLY MULCH.
CAPT. D. BOYLE.
WILL LEAVE BOYCE'S WHARF AS ABOVE TO
NIOHT, tba 21et lust., at 6 o'clock; returning
will leavo Ooorgotown at G o'click on Thursday JJternoon,
the 23d luttant.
Freight received TA ii Day until sunset, to be prepaid.
For trclgbt engagements or paasaao, apply to
SHAOKELFOBD A KELLY
Agents, No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
HOtTiV II.I.K AND WAY LANDINGS.
CAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT.
WILL LEA VU BOYCE'S WHARF, FOR ADOVB
points, Friday, Auguat 23d, at g A. H.
For might engagsmeuts, apply on board.
HOPER A STONEY,
Auguat 30_8 Vandarbor?t Wharf.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
People's Mail Stenmshlp Company.
SAI LIN (I DAYS.IUI I ll H HA y H.
1VT O HST E JES. A s
CAPTAIN MA RS HM AN,
WILL LEAVE 8CUTH AT I. A M IO
' Wharf TAurrday. Auguit 22, at 12
J o'clock, SI
> Lino composed of Steamers "MO
NEK A" and "EMILY B. SOUDBR."
JOHN a TH HO. GETTY,
August 10 No. 48 East Bay.
NEW YORK AND CHARLEST0?,
PO It NJEW YORK.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT 3TDEWHHEL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE FROM ADOER'B SOUTH WHARF
on .SYifunfav Auguat 24. at 1 o'elook P. M.
sra- AU outward Kralibt ?ng?|tmtnta must be matte
at tb? oilier of COURTENAY S TRBNHOLM, No tt
a rf" For Passas; . and all mattera connected with tb?
inward huilnees of tba Hhlpt, apply lo STREBT BROTH.
SOIS k CO., No. 74 East Bay.
STREET BROTHERS k CO., ? .
COURTENAY k TRBNHOLM. J A*,UU>
. B Y
I CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE
VIA BEAUFORT AND SE AB SOO KB' LANDING.
STEAMER PILOT HOY., ..CAPT. W. T. MoNKLTY
STEAMER FANNIE.OAPT. Y. PEC&.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS W ILL LEAVE
Charle.ton every Afctvlay and Thursday iiormnps.
at 1 o'clock; and Savannah every Wednesday and ynaay
Mornings, at 7 o'elook. Touching at BluAon on Una
day, trip from Charleston, and Wednesday, trip from
Sa van uah.
Frelobi received dally Irom 9 A. M. to ? I*. M., ju l
stored free of charge
All Way Freight, also Wurrion Wharfage, must be pre.
For fnight or paasaao, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommoda tl on Wharf,
Charl tab u.
CLAGHORN k CONNINGHAMS,
Agunta, ria Talinah, Os.
FULLER k CE,
?nt?. Beaufort, 8. c.
N. B.-THROUGH TICKETS told al thuoffloeui tba
Agency In Charleston lo polo ta OB the Atlantic and Quit
Railroad, and to Fernandina and pointa on the Ht John"?
River. Angus! 1
?teV YT/HIbKERS and MUS
?P*A VV TA0HEU forced to ff^Vk \
\\mvmm BT?w upou the smoothest BLcelW
fi~^jr face In from three to Ava T?jrW I
jgSjg? wwV? by ming Hr. bF.VIO- MsttSS '
BgGfL N E ' H HLbTAUHATSUR JSRaV
^Httk CAPILLAIRE, the most AHStt3B?>
^HHrT^ wond.rful dltonrory In mo- ^9?&^^
?JJp1 dem acl.nce, toting upon asp
tho Beard and Hair lo an almost miraculous manner. It
has been used by th? elite of Parla and London with th?
mott natterin? success. Narara of ?ll purchase, a wilt
bereolsurod, and If entire aatiifactlon I* not giron in,
every Inttance, the money will be cheerfully refund. 0.
Price by mall, taxied and postpaid, fl. Datcrlptve cir.
culara and testimonial? malled free. Ad drees HERO Ell,
SHOTTS k CO., Cbcmtito, No. iii Iiiror street Troy, N.
Y., Solo Agunta for tho United Stale?
March 80 _sr
?B PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY O. H., AT
$3 par annum, and, having a larg? circulation
through all tho upper and lower Dhmicta of th) Stats,
afford* great ad van tag re to tdverUaeTa.
Rata? for adTSTtlaing Terr rceaonable-for which tppl*
lo our Ag?st. Mr T. P. SLID ski, at th? Mills House
flic*. F a ft, H. OftKNEKER
KoT?mo*r_ ?KO rrouneiot*.
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DARR A 0.STEEN, Proprlotora.
P?DLIHHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER. S. O
Subtcriptlr.n ft. 00 per annum. To Club? of four
ta oo per annum.
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