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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Wu ?Ii 1 II gi H ll Meara.
WASIIINGTON, August XL-lt in said Uio ram
Stonewall mit into Norfolk in a Hinkiiig condition.
In crossing n Qoodod cicok near hero, h Binna
upset and three ladkM were di owned.
President lliichannti is recovering. Stevens Is
reported ns becoming . larmuudy feeble.
Tho military authorities uro ainiiii ; tho oiUxeiis
in tho vicinity of Tort Sedgwick foi the protection
of tho post.
The chotara is taging among tho Seminole:!.
Denver papers say Torts Keno and Kearney are
Tho chuloru in reported malignant nt Shawnee
Thu Intel nul UcVMMM Iteruipis to-day uuiuunt
A train on (lie Annapolis itaiho.ul went ?uto' u
culvert, killing Um engineer, tire nan und n buy.
Scvoial passengers wero Injured, ?ml tho (rain
Tho Turkisli Ambassador ",w.is oltieially pro
scntod to tho Presidont to-day.
Tho Cabinet waa in session from Vi to 2
The pressura an .thc .President for Cabinet
changes, is increasing. The following is repre?
sented as the conclusion nf Sickles' argument,
supporting his order Numbor 10 :
"If thc United States Courts in tho rob:d Utalea
ho allowed to control thc military authority, thc
execution of tho llaronstriiction Acts will, for ob
vioua rearons, anon bcootne impuBaiiilu. Sumo of
theao Courts will bogin hr dtclnring tho Acts of
Tho following nt ii mint in relation lo lion.
Sickles'Order No. 10, and tho Bxoouttvo ordor
therciipnu, will correct carrent misapprehension.
"On 'lie 14th instant, tho instruction!! saut io
Ocnoral Hickies, excepting United Status Courts
from tho operation of military orders wero mia
ponded until his rcpurt mid views upon tho limiter
could bo ro-cived. On the 17lh tho Commanding
Oflicor of Wilmington roportcd thal tho Attorney
Ooneral had instructed tho Marshal of North
Carolina to proceed to cn torco oxocutiouii of tho
United Slates Court, threatening prnseuution
against persons preventing him. Instructions
wore issued lo Col. Krank nt Wilmington- hy (icu.
Sickles, not to permit tho order of nnv Court to be
unforced in violation of cxUtlng military orders,
audio rcpurt fully upon cisca pundin-,'. Thean
occurrences having beon reported to the War De?
partment, thc Instructions originally sent In (len.
Sickles havn been withdrawu."
Itcglstrallon In North Cnrolliiu.
' WLLMINOTON, Align?t 23.-Itcgistcrcd to-day :
whiles, l!8 ; colored, 50. Total in Third Ward fur
two days : 135 whites to 223 colored. ETho Hepubli
caiiB aro becoming alarmed lest a neglO Hhouid ho
elected Mayor ol' this city. Thc Soot horn whites
ara denounced because llicy did not register.
Northern mon, who aro Conservative.!, liegin lo
ace that, without a Southe.n party of moderate
views, the State must ho given up to negro domi?
nation. Northern mou hera admit HIL' thc whiten
mast now yield to negro suflrago, but that Ibu
negro race, liko thu Indians, must give placo to
tho superior intoUigcnco of tlu> white man. Tho
intelligent Radicals heredo uot pretend lo insist
that tho UISOUN unght tn be invested willi tho
rights which aro accorded to them by thu domi?
Tile i niltu ii wm .
ST. LOUIS, August 1.1.-Humors aro afloat (hat
thu Kansas militia aro cut oil from Tort Hayes.
(I.e.. Ila Ur, of Nobra il,a has just returned lunn
tho Dig lllno, sod reports eleven men killed,
twenty-four horsoa atol?n, and ftfly-four farm
Thoro was over ,10,000 acres* of land entered in
thu Omaha district in July.
NEW ORLEANS, August 23.-The sehr. Loltio
Wells, of Mobile, from Minalitlan to Now York,
went ashore in a gale?n the 19th or July, between
Frontera and San Pecho, in thc Oulf nf Campoa
*'hy. NJ lives lost.
NEW YORK, August 23.-Blocks dull and de?
clining. Monoy, 5. Gold HOJ. Exchange, lime,
9<; sight, 10. '(12 coupon-i, mn. Tennessee Sixes,
new issue. 04J. Flour lO.il?e. lower. Wheat la
2c. lower. Corn quiot. Oats dull and nominally
lowor. Pork lower, i23 40a2.1 T?. tard firm, Uta
14c. Whiskey sloady. Cotton quiet, 2Sr. Freights
quiet. Turpentine Blondy, 68|aS9c, llosin firm,
common strained, il.
NEW YOBK, August 2:5.-Flour, Slate <7 40ill ?0;
Southern lowor, t'J OOall. Wheat dull; now .Soul li?
era red, ?2 30a2 95; whito aiid red mixed, ?2 3.?;
whito Sautlicrn, 12-10. Corn closed drooping;
mixed.Western. $] Hal 131. Oats 2a3e*, lower; new
Soul bern, 75a80c. Pork heavy ol $23 40. Lard
less active, l2_jaHr. Whmkey ?idre active, 3l5:i40c.
Cotton quiet and drooping at 23c. Kico dull.
Sogar firm. Coffee and Molaaaos dull. Naval
Stores quiet and unchanged. Tallow steady at ll.}
al2jc. Proighla quiet and drooping. Stocks
strong. Money, & par cent. Ould, 141. 1802
BALTTUOBU, August 23_Codeo dall. Flour linn
and acareo; pri?es unchanged. Wheat - acareo
and activo; Whito ranges from $1 9S to (2 52.
Corn lower ; Whito $1 08a$l 13 ; Yellow il Iii.
Oats lower; good tn choice 58aG5; closing at CO
for primo bright ; Interior -10A48. Sugar linn ;
Provisions steady and unchanged. Whiskey nomi?
nal ; free $2 ; in bond 90o85. , , .-.
CINCINNATI, August 28,-Floor. sloady.' (lorn
acareo; mixed 00J92; white Uti. Bulk provisions
Armer, but sales small. Mess Pork $21. Bacon
shoulders 12ial2?; clear aides 10. Lard 13. . -,
WILMINOTON, August 23-Cotton atoady at 23(2)
25. Spirits Turpentine quiet at 5 2? 53 J. "Finnin
?toady ut I3.00?i7.00.
Mm ILK, August 28.-Market nominally, 214 ,OR
low Middling. Ilccoipts ll halos. Sales of the
week 450 halos. Receipts 207. Exports 588. Stock
NEW OBLKANS, August 23.-Ra?ca of Cotton to?
day 350 bales; dull; unchanged; Low Middlings
.J.J. Rccoipts of tho weok, 887; oxporls of tho
week, 7259. 8tdck, 16,973. 8ngar'quiet and firm;
only a rotail bnaincss; choie- I/mummil, li.I.
Louisiana Molasses GO. Flour-Suportlno fi). Corn
activo; Whito Mixed tl 20; Whito $1 25. Oat? Him
at 70. Pork quiet and firm, at 2Ga2CL Bacon
Shoulders lil jail ; clear Sides 18. Lard quiet nnd
unchanged. Gold 139|al40. Bterling 5.1aG5. Now
York Sight Exchnngo A premium.
AUGUSTA, August 23.-Cotton dall; priced un?
changed. Hales 48 hales. Middlings 25. Woslbor
clear and hot.
SAVANNAH, August 23.-Cotton quiot and sloady.
Middlings 20c. BccoIptH 117 hales.
MILITIA OrncF.ns HOT ENTITLED ro VOTE.-Wo
publish tor general information (ho following
11EADQ tl A11T K Tl S Ml f.ITA P.Y POST OF lHUI.INO I ON, I
BABLINOTON, S. C., Align?t 15, 18G7. f
[Circular to Hoards oj Iteyistration.]
I am instructed hy tho Majnr-Uoneral command?
ing to inform you that officers of tho militia upon
whom dovolvod tho execution ot tho patrol laws or
other gonorol laws rotating to tho domestic order
of tho State and tho government of slaves I herein,
having hereby assumed and performed divil func?
tions, are doomed civil officers within tho moaning
of the Ants of Oongroaa, and any auch affinenhav?
ing afterward* taken part in tho rebellion (ir: wo o
Aided or aboded parsons engaged "in robelUon.'is
excluded from registration aa a voter.* ' 1
II. S. HAWKINS.
Captain CUi Infantry Commanding.'
Wo aro free to confess that tho thread of tho ar?
gument is too finely Hpun for our comprehension.
Tho class of persona Hms dlafranchlaod wero
State military officers; their dutlos wero embraced
In what was known aa tho militia law ; thoy wero
aa oaaentially military duties as ore tho duties of
a picket. It ?a a construction excessively strained,
by which this largo class of citizens, aomo of whom
hold commissions fifty yoira ago- aro, excluded
from tho privilogo nf voting. *
But why argtio. "Tho laws of Modos nnd Por
siatiB alter not."-Var.lunion ijouilurner.
The Tallahassee (Fla.) Sentinel says: *-'Ono day
last wook a while woman, barefooted, passed om
office, carrying a bag of tuoal on hor shoulder.
Sho wai loading a beautiful calf, about a year old,
on whoso back waa Huddled another bag of mani.
Tho calf Boomed as traclabjo aa a pointer dog, fol?
lowing its leader wilhot.t tightening tho string.
Tho woman's faco woro 'an' expression which said,
resolutely and oboorfully, '1 accept tho situation.'
Hero ia a picture for yon, arenes and loafers ol
tho m ARC ni ino gender I That woman will bo 'fe
conalruoted' now long before aomo of you.'
VAUUlilXA KA ll.KIMI).
rt?/Af /vUifor?///??? VharicMtoH Duly A'?*rt;
A writer in your tanto ofthu loth permits hit light
to altino from Allions, tin., bul IM la evidently
limier bilious influences, ?ml ns a consequence, lit?
says ? great inauy things which aro only n.i.tir
ffotlN, without proper oiithority therefor, for ho
docs not prortuvo evidence. Thia ia to bc regretted,
because great itijuntico in ilona hy theso ill lint ur
ed scribblings against a corporation, which nmler
considerable dilllciiltics hun dono nomo
sorvico lo this city, it cannot but ho admitted; anil
int ?H not poHsiblo (or it to furnish volvol cushions,
oui ilamask curtain': for tim accommodation ol'ila
iii?lil tra vol, which statistic* ?how amount ou an
morago lo three prjraoua per train-it should hu a
subject of ret/ret, but aa wu ara living iu
? i ii i m uiiii t>- whoro a Rood many or UH, who had
luxuries hi tho i aat. now munt forego them,
il should not I? matter of Hiirpnse, (hntthoK. C. H.
lt., ?li i-ii lo.sl hua.ily hy tho "groat mareil,"
i-In mill nul nt HUH time, ho onyliottor off than
moat of thc people who went through tho saino
molting pronoun in lHl??. Dui thuro ?H an (.-ridout
willingness in A. 13. O's lott rr, perhaps from igno
ram?, lo givo circulation to tho Minadora which
interestnl parties nro forever malting against this
Ile say* hi i " hilo risos,"'Ac, at being told thal
lt is a " tm loise lino," when lio could havo talion
tho url ic d ule i for freight and passongor trains,
mid hy a comparison with other Southern road*,
uVit&Hl Ifie nUUement without much cITort, ovon il
tho UK 11 m un et ur wa i OJ dogreos. Again Homo ono
aajra, Unl it in "Jlltorljf bohiml Ibo Unios." What
is meant by thia, il ia hard to ear, for If any Rail
roml, ivliich waa itt ruins in loGS, can ahoiv o bol?
lol- resuscitation in two year than tho 0. C. lt. lt.,
willi tho moans available for tho gigantic work to
bo linne, wo woul.1 liktp to h ? vu the facts, And .will
admit I lao nllogntion to hu (ruo. Hut when wo
look nrnnnd fur oxauiptos, wo ilnduouo so "up lo
lltcngo" ns this much nbuscd S. C. Ittiilroad.
Comparo thc work on thoo. C. li. R. from July,18lL5,
to l-'ebruar\, 18GT>, and thon neo what has huon
done on tho Charleston and Suvntmah Railroad
for a finnier period of titno - Hay from tho dato of
thu Halo, Homo muutie, ngo, lo tl?H tinto--md tho
comparison must satidfy unprejudiced minds that
thc Son ll i Carolina Railroad M ands pro-cm Intuit for
thosncccsa of its past two yoara' administration.
This writer, in tho vory agony ol his indigna?
tion, erica "Shamo'l shame!" but' wo havo heard
thin nanto cry raised against somo ol our drat
business homes, becauso they charged the cui ront
rate-IA per cont, a month.? Wo havo ?leard
oilier houses dononnccd for various nels of
omission nrul commission too numerous to
mention, but wo do not think los* of thom
on this account, porhnps for tho reason that they
inuuago thoir limine i* a good deal as tho South
Caroliun Railroad manages thoira-to make money
to meut their obligations. And wodoubt wry much
if any of tho so-callod "go ahead, up to tho ugo"
gentleman would approciato tho situation if ovory
hotW demanded of I horn what public clamor do?
mando'nf tho South Carolina Railroad-thal I hoy
should work for mithin? and pay their own es?
Worto-tint know who "A? B. C." ia, but hia-pro
niisctidita chargo against "certain officer, of the
Mouth Carolina Railroad," ??c., is pujrilu and ntl*
becoming, unions it ia based on tacts, equal to
"proof to conviction.'' Unless such a statement is
laid ut once horuro tho Board of Directors, of Ibo
-'. C. R. lt. Co., with mime.-! und spociUcntiotiH, (his
al tack cnn bo with great justice branded ns
slander. Tho writer tolls us in conclusion
thnt ais persons were going North, vi i Atlanta,
and none coming thia way, but ho dons not men?
tion that ho took any pains to show thuin that thoy
wcro making a vory circuitous roulo in so doing,
and boneo wo infer that it waa a ploasure for him
to aro thom journoyiDg in that direction.
_X, Y. Z.
1.ETTI?R OT GEYICRAL, l'tu-i ..
Tim following is Qoueral POI'E'H lotter to Uonoral
j lin IM , which Jigs boen awaiting publication for
I Hovcral days, but been crowded nub till now bv a
press af othor matter:
ll i:.UHjtli.IlTr.us,, Tump MlLtTAUY DlSTUIOT, j
GKOltOIA, ALABAMA AND KI.OIUDA. (
ATLANTA, GA., Jnly 24, 1HIP7.-General :- I bnvo
tb-' honor lo oond enclosed n newspaper contain?
ing a speech rando in this city by B. H. Hill, ot
tina Statu, lato a Donator in tho rebel Congress.
Titi? poison, only a lew v. colin silice, waa pardoned
by tho President, aud in coniinou wit}) almost
?very pardmtcd robol, thia ia tho nae ho mala ? of
tho clemency of tho Uovornmcnt. Yon can readily
?eu, from tho opouch itself, tho character of tho
man, who ia Ibu ruin u entiJ,ve. of a largo class,
mid tito hiipolessuefw* of Any sttufax'tory recou?
su notion < S tho Southern Slatey, wljile mich men
retain itnloonuo.. ? .
It Ima been mid will continuo to bo my couran to
?ie; mit nud encourage tho widest la ti tilde nf spocch
and of tbt' lircsa in thia Diatrict consislout with
tho law aud. tt>ft publir. pcaco. I do not iuoludo
among thoko who aro pcrujittod lo cxorclsu'this
latitude of speech thu civil ofrjeeru of tho Provi?
sional Btato Oovornmcnts already prohibited by
my orders from "mung "">' inllucnro wljatover to
tleeer or di'tiBuddo the pco'plo from taking au activo
part in reconstructing their Stole Governments
under tho Reconstruction Acta." No euch advan?
tage OH the uso nf tho rqaphinory of thu existing
Still- Governments ought ti) Lf) or will bogivou lo
tho.Ariti-reeoiistnicllcm party. ! ' ti-. I
I consum? ft dcsirablo that tba Government ?mi
Ibo ]>coplc Of tho United States should thoroughly
iiiidurataiid thc fe cl i ne s and purposes of tho lead?
ing politicians Of tho South, lo order that thc conn
' trv tim- kno\v tho rosult of tho' cornier ?lections,
' precisely the amount of Influen?a porseggod by
those men, uud t))0 kind and extent or legislation
required to rouotorael Ri baleful effects. '.
lu my opinion, no reconstruction can bo satis
factory or nt all reliable ns to future results; un
less theso men aro permitted to discuss pnonly
aitil According to i heir mitti re, tito is su en proaen?
cd. ll thov still relain I ntliicnee enough with tho
masses of the whi tes at tho Soqtb to enable them
by activo effort* to defeat rocoustnieiion under tho
late Acta of Co ngrpss, it is bot ter that t do country
Miionld know it before than after tho readmission
1 of tho Southern States iuto the Union. - It would
not bo difficult to lind in tho vio)cnl speech ea of
I such mon abundqnt'ca?sb'f?r aflenclng (hem, but
recouutruchOn anconi nll-h ed lo t lils manner won i J
bu no index bl the ' publto ' ttfliltitticnt, and might
and probably ^oiild ^rcyiiilt, oftes.s yoar or two, in
a rolapoo of tho piafpJo into tho anjup ruqdj?iou of
bondago to thoso leaders that would load iiecasr
aarily to a reproduction of. tba aamo condition of
tilings which demanded tho passago of tba Recon
coustruetioii Aot?. , i- , iii) .-J . > ?
It ls better that tho baltlo should bo fought out
now and pponly? ilf tlu?. napple of thiso States
have tho common sonso and tho maqhood to with?
stood tho Influence of tho secession party oiid of
the pohtiool Jeadaru who have long controlled
i them, who havo lcd thom into their present des?
perate condition, and who seek to plunge them
still dCOpOT into misfortune, and if th nj provo Able
and willing to rocotifltruct limit Stato Governments
upon tho only fru? nritOipUss of (loyernttiopt.ln
tluilanco of thoir lenuors arid against tholr"aetivo
opposition, Ibero will ho good around (or bppo
that rboonstraotion will I bo aatlufaotor}' ftnd pcr
inanont. If they cannot do this, it may welt he?
roine a question wbatbor reconstruction on any
reasonable terms ia posaibla ap lona aa tbaao un?
repentant' and ' roaottniiary poiiUcj) K-ad-Vs' aro
I sn tiered to remain ju tl ii i country.
It ?H belier that the country should know the
truth on this subject now than run tho risk of
Ioarnjug i hereafter i that a)a, ir repa rabio mistako
has been made iu tho plan and execution of tbo
Reconstruction. Acts. I uood scarcely rcpoat that
reconstruction, to bo iu tito spirit of tho sets of
tVourri-us Aud to bo powpjincnt, munt bo tbo nut of
ino peopto theniHulvos aficr t||0 fullest and freest
diacunajon. CongrOba has dona Wieoly in onabliug
thom to moko. this ilg)it. hy ihsfranaliieing tho
leading rebota and at least malting tl impossilo for
t hem lo volo or bold office. It would liavo boon
still bettor to onforco 'tnclr ponnanont absonco
from the country. Tho pei m mal iufJuenoo they
might bring lo bear if they wore candidates them ?
selves ia titus greatly wcakoncd, and they aro
I lorccd to dlsciiaa issues, mid not appeal to personal
I feeling in thoir own favor. /Tho .pooplo- ora thus
I loft freer than they over wero before to cbooso
' Ihc.lc owl candidate.!, and or? forced to think, foi
MicinsolvoK aa they havo not hitherto done, i
Ko for from hoing willing to soo tho disfran?
chised clauses rcJic voil froip political disabilities, 1
I consider these disfranchising olatisoa of the acta to
bo among their wisest and boat oonaidorod pre?
visions. If thov do no other good ! han to rchovi.
( tho people from tho incuts us of the old political
leaders, thoy ls a-vo ocr ump! mh cd . in calculai lo ser?
vice. It is not doubted tn ut many worthy and now
loyal men Who conld bo safely trusted, aro diBfrin
chUfidhy.Uueo clauses pr tbo military bills, but
I Huch a rosult was iinavoldablo and can In thoir
cases bo oosilv re-triodh-tl. rt will rio doubt bo wiao,
nt an early day. to rolloyo by nf me B?ch of tho dia
franchiftcd bcrsods aabavo hlthorto provpd or shall
provo by their conduct in tho nourao of tho next
nix mouths til nt thoy aro worthy ot it. Whilst it
waa unavoidable that somo good, mon would bo
disfranchised by provisions of law against claasea
of persona, tuo romody ia easy. To undartako tho
elm ve run ot thia, that le, t<> gi ve general amnosty
ahdexcopt Individ nab byname, .would Crerrainly
r,willi in leading, largo nnxnbcrs cnfraiichiBcd who
ought not to,bo,, Buch Iroproper persons might
dcoido tho coaling elect inna before their unfltiusca
could bo aacerlnincd, and. oven thou it would bo
moro than difficult to remedy tba eriL I oousidsr
tho inatliod set forth in tho roconalruotion nota by
far tho wiser courso of tho two, and -I can hardly
Understand how any mah familiar with the fact?
can think otb'onriao..
llie?o dlsfran?hlaod poraona Include generally
Ute wholo army of those who now hold or have
I hitherto hold office. With few exceptions, all
i theso poraons wore activo robots, andar? bitterly
opposed to i r e cons trnc tits ti under tho acta of Con
Kr?**; opp wed, in fact, tu any reconstruction
whatever, except euch aa trou lil loavo them In
precisely thu same political condition aa if llu ro
liad In en un rebellion and no war. Evo ti auch n
reconstruction nu thin Uioy would only accept aa a
necessity nf tho altuation, willi tho purpose (o re?
new in Congress, and porpctuatu uuioug them?
selves S3 ne.irlv un possible tho aamo oouditiona
which oxiatud boforo tho war. With those re?
actionists dominant in tho South, freedom of
?poe,-h mid of tho prosa, will not ovon emit in
Tho Union uititi, anti oven tboso who woro seces?
sionists, hut haw advocated reconstruction under
tho Into ucla of Congruas, would lind no poaco mid
no protection In tliuso State n
Tho Inst condition ol thu freedmen would bo
wniMO than tho first.
I iiuctl only point tn tills speech of Mr. Hill, bia
immolons loiters. Um Ssittta of Oov. l'urry, ol
South ('m I'liiu.i. of Hcrschol V. Johnson, of Uoor
glo, nod many oilier aitch mon for aufliciont ovi
ttoncc that I liavo not overstated tito caso.
Thi ne mun nro thu representatives of a largo
mid powerful element bout on reaction, ami (boy
hnvo benn io Ibo habit of controlling tho Southern
whites, liv laking opposite aides of a political
question they have in limos past divided tho
Soul hern o In tie, on purely personal grounds, and
have thus created tno improaaion elsewhere that
among l it? niasses tboro waa a political question
decided instead of a purely porsonal ono. United
ns Uioy now nro against reconstruction, it is wiso
to ascot tam bow far their inllucnce eau prevail
with the people, j ? ?
Tho disfranchising clauses of tito acta of Con?
gress pul it out of tito powor of these mon to bo
candidates for nftlce. Uno croat element of their
strmiKtli ia tbits destroyed, and tho people, loft to
choose other lead.'ni and vote for ol her candidates,
hnvo really a freedom of action which thoy never
lind Indore, ?ind lind themselves under a ncccssity
lor thinking which they bavo not hcrotofcro foll.
Congress lins given thom thia pnvilogo and im?
posed upon thom this salutary necessity, lt ro?
mulus tu bu ?cen how t hoy will uso thom.* If they
can wi.. Ibo battles against Ihoir funner leaders
aftor nn open light, all any bs well In tho future.
If not, thou not. ' '
I do not nt all agrco in tho opinion that there aro
Md enough competent in thu District to bold tho
civil unices who aro not dislraucliiacd. I liavo, I
think, mason lo know otherwise Hut rion admit -
tuni that it ia so, it ia bettor tu bavo au inoompe
tuiit hut Inyal mau >? oflio'i, than hnvo a robol of
whatever ability, lu fact tho greater tho ability
Ibo greater tho dangor of maladministration.
Tho qnentie u-i at isauo under tbeso AoU of Oon
?jrcas aro Ibo most momentous ovor prosontcd tn a
people. Tho re-mil for good or ovil will affect all
aorta of tho country willi moro or loan forco, and
.?iii liavo nn impress upon our institutions which
ivill long romain, lt is cony, under ousting cir
?umstances, In win tho first victory nnd recon?
struct those Slates under tho acta of Congress,
lint tins victory <H only tho begriming of tho coit
t, ot, mid unless, it bo a victory openly anti fairly
?von, nnd very decisive in its resulta, it may provo
not only fruitless, but absolutely destruotivc. Tho
I H i .bim 11 ia to perpetuate roooiistructioo In Ibo
spirit mid on Ibo principles which can alono assn i o
freo Uovornmout. Should wo ouect reconatruc
limi oven after silencing tho opon opposition of
thc old pulitic.il leaders, wo stand committed to
admit Ibo reconstructed States into tho Union.
Onco admitted into tho Union, tho powor ol Con?
gress over thom ts rcducod practically lo tho gene?
ral powor which that body has over nil States in
Hy admitting these Southern Status oiler
silencing the old politi -ul loaders and neutralizing
Tor tho moment old political 'nUiloncos, Congress
?nd Mir pimple disarm themselves. Tho momotlt
tilinission into Um Union ia oo.'ompliBhod, the
military power ia auapcii 'od and with it all restric?
tions arc removed. Al onco thoso old political
leaders and tho old porsonal and political influon
:oa will reanime the-r activity, and- wo may natl too
late that auch reconstruction an wo hm o mado ls
not only not what waa needed and expected, but
what will simply i c H ult in a reproduction of tho
?arno condition of affaira which mado reconstruc?
tion measures nooessnry nt all.
hi ced,un of upcedi and of thu pre,el, cd'icatioti,
.'quality liddle tho law, and in political rights
iud privileges, arc thu essentials of any satisfac
t<ir, reconstruction ia tho Smith. Without secur
mg" those ?ra hnvo secured nothing. How can wo
know that reconstruction will accomplish these
results unless wc know ill advance tho strength
?nd tho powor pf I UOHO who npposo it. Ilcartion
is certain utilosa tho reconstruction party can win
Hie battle by decisivo majorities over nil the cle?
ments which oppose it, loft to de? elope Ihomsolvofl
ind apply their lull loree to tho contest. If tho
reactiomsU thus left freo can defeat auch rec.ni
Uritctiwi aa this, weihen know what to do, what
in fuel wo must do. if wo desire to porpotualo free
institutione. It ts best to know, all tnoso things
joforo readmission into tho Union ia granted, lt
,? dl bo too late to learn thom afterwards. Now is
he limo ami tins is tho opportunity to complotti
ibis wurk HU that it will stand. Evory, die ta to ul
.vihdom and patriotism demands thia work at oni
tanda. ,lf hastily or partially donp, reconstruction
will drag with it a train of ovila to this conntrj
a hieb catt never ho remedied. It is not nocen cir?
to say that ho??over wo ro 'train tho opposition
pnrty now, tito moment reconstruction is aecom
jlisliod thu parly ?ill rogiiu ita activity; and w<
"/ililli) Lp know itt nd va n ce whether it possesses tin
power lo lindi) what ?yo thought wo had dono. ]
lo not no au to i ii timi to that it WOidr] bo possible
Lo re-establish slavery: perhaps lt would not over
JO pr act i cable to take from tho froodmon tho righi
if suffrage, though Ihn latter is doubtful. Tliost
(Hil it ?cums aro wily and sagacious. Thoy will maki
io laws which aro not equal on their faco to al
nen. Il ia in tho execution nf thesis laws, wlticl
icem to hoar equally on all. that wrong will bi
lone, and a condition of things produced wh|ol
lear no resemblance to freo government OXCOpt il
mme. Social exclusion, withdrawal of busmen!
elations, open cxhibitioits of hostility, if not in
]eed nf tun I hostilo aota, interruption of, or in
orf?roiiCB with, tho fTcedmons' and otho,
ichools maintained by charitable contribution!
rom tba North; tboso will bu tho weapons use<
ihninat Union mon and tho colored nco. Aota a
n oni; and violence will meet no aufilolont redress
f indeed auy redress at all in the courts. Thoa
iro acta which cannot bo reached by tho Uonora
io-,^minent, mid yet which quietly .anti silontl
ender juetiCQ imposoibtn and establish dis: rind
ia lion ngama t Oiassoa or color qdioua ai(d unbuilt
ible. I say, then, again, that unless 'rcoonstrtic
ion ia established after the fullest development c
di tho influences against it by decisive majorities
ro will simply havo reproduood and perpetuate
n Um South what wo Bought to destroy. We ough
O know lu a.| vance, if possible, whotbor. thu pro?
mee of tho leaders of ineso inuux&blo reactionist
md thoir activo ?ifJucnco in tin's country sro corr
iiitiblo with tho puaoo of tho oountry, and th
iccurity of our ms ti tu timi s.
Another question ought to bo and probably wi
so decid ed In tho cutirse of the oom inp- canvass fr
md agni nat a (ion vondon. That quos, thin ls this
lavo tbo sluggishness of mind an4 body and tb
enderley lo assail by violence tim right of oplnio
ind |]l8Cuaaion, engendered by habits acquire
luring tho existence ot slavery and tho ovstem <
milt ico in tho South untitled tho poopte for ano
? elt-governraeut, aa is implied by tree speech, frc
irOBB and the fullest pence able, dip eufi-il on of a
This ts a most important qnostlcui. aud on
vb i eb, if answered in tho light of existing facti
nuat bi? answered unfavorably, Not only do tc
saotionary Aiid-Itoconstraotionist? nao all tb
natrnmentalitics I have namul except snob i
hey axe ros Irai nod from rising by tho military ai
bondon, bnt Ibero ia little donbt that they wouj
esort at onco to the Intimidation and violent
?hieb lpng practico has miado a habit, if tin
lurod to do so in Ibo prcsoupo of (bo military fo
tea Of tile TJnitod Stttes. . Candor oompola mo
tay that this 1010(1 icy to repress freodum
ipcoch ia not conti mid to ci ttl or party, but prevail
ti ough to a much leas extent, among'tho lloco
itructionists, ??huthor they ./hayo been siwa
Jn jon mon, or havd lately/urned tho ranks of ti
ifeeunstruiilicu party. It becomes the (lover
nant'of'the United Rtatoa to frown upon mn
uoaauroa by wbatovor party proposed, and no '
niko sp b.alutory ur sci rrtrnenl of good rcsnl
?an bo administered aa for tbo Government
>|-o leefe ail pir tipfl in Ibo ox orelee qf fros spew
llesulta will Bhuw what wo must oxpoct in tho 1
.uro in establishing In tho South what aro cordie
irinciptos of our Qovernrrjont.
Tho Iprpgoing ruiiiarka refer oxcliisivoly to t
?l-dt? reist tjft^ / 1 ;\T: ?f\\
Tho condition and tho futuro of tho colored 1
'ar moro hopeful and encouraging. Tho cami
ind touching anxiety; of tho freed people to loai
.auntst hut make a profound Impression urson t
nind of any ono wno baa had tao opportunity
ibserve it. It may safely bo said that the mi
reli?os progress mado in odncatlon and knowlcd
t?y those poopio, aided by tbo noblo charitable ci
LribntU'tid Ot Northern Societies and indlvidui
iuds no parallel in tho biotory of mankind.
:ontinuod (and if continued at all it most bi
tho samo aguuajos) sud tho masses ul Ibo wb
pqoplo oxhloit tho samo indisposition to bo odqi
ted that they do now, five year? will have tra
forred lutoUigonoo and odqoation, so far as I
mansos ato concerned, to tho colorod ponplo
this District. Tbo social and political roatUti
moll a chango cannot fail to bo important and,
i great nt tout, decisive of tho qnostions which
iro nooking to solve. It boaomea ns, thorofoxo
guard Jealously against any reaction which n
?nd will chook tlp-s most doairablo progress of
colorod nco. In this view alao wo would asa
tmrsolvos that tbo reconstruction wo aro altem
inp to sot np in, tho South is, of ? charaolor 1
posBoaacu tho vitality to encourage and mninl
thia progrosa'and porpctaato its results,
Tboso, Oonoral, aro briefly my viows upon
condition of affaira in this District, anti they I
nish tho reasons why I am pursuing tho coursi
tho ?timi ni dra timi of my 0 ni co which 1 h tro li
catod to you. It ia not improbablo that I may
mistakou, and that reoonstruotlon.foroed and 1
ned may lln?liy result In otiual good. ' It soom
mo, ho* o ver, that, wo will incur a groat risk
dopart?hg from tho ccfurSo I havo* marked Mit
mysolf; and if by carrying oat othor riaaasuroa
fall to accomplish the rcsnlln we all bavo at bc
we will havo ontailod endless ?vii upon ttieso ]
plo and upon tho oountry,' and will haro dlsart
ouraelvos of tbo powor to remody it, " . . .
I am cemfldent thatroccmstrttcHon will bo si
factonly accomplished in this district, in Spll
tho Open and sotlvo opposition of tho dialoya
actlonittta. I can safely say that Alabama
glvo not loas than ton thousand majority af, w
Totei-s for reconstruction, and I think it ma
Bald wi th almost cnaa) oortainty thkt Georgie
f|lv? a while maloiity in the same tlirectlo?.
?SB ihan threa-fonrtlis of the colored volo In i
of tb cao Bte tes will bo east for Noonatrbcl
Tho aamo remarks aro qubstandolly truo of *
da, ?nd ir I liavo so oanveally invited your al
dun to tho d inger of .opposite r emilia it has
boen to furnish tho data ncoecaary to moot
cano and to justify tho cou rao I have thou?
Judicious to pnrsun, AU tho fact? Chat oap
upon liMMriiaoatltnM I ?hall continue I<I ranori an
thor cunio to my knowtoih;p.
Il ?H, howovor, my dutv lo stnlo thal, in my
Judirmunt, tho condition ol' atl'uiru in thu Koutlici ii
Staion, ovoii should reconstruction Im Mtiafiictori
ly accoruplinhod. will of necessity lio n reproduc?
tion, in o muru lette modified degree, of what mw
uxist? in Tennessee, unless MIIIIO uictiHiircH aro
adopted to freo tho country of tho turliutunt nuil
disloyal leodora of tho reactionary part v. Wiall*!
thoBo pomona remain in tho countrv In exercise
thu baleful i nil nc nee they it ni lou ti ted Iv |K>SHesa,
tho<-o can bo no peace.
I believe, that in Florida and Alabama tho dan?
mor from thia cftu*o ia less than in Oonnria. hui in
all tbcao StntoH there is HO much dnimor of tim
disorder and violonco nhicli mark (ho daily Malory
ol Tonnca-oo, that ll would acorn wiso to adopt,
wlmtcvor measures oro nr.icticablo to romovo from
tho Staion in procoas of rooonsti-nction tho cauaon
wbioh now oiidauxoi loyal KOvornmaut in M'on
I do not venturo to HUfftroal a romotly fur Hui
ovlla that mtv bc dovolopod. 8ncli intitturs morit.
and will, no doubt, command putiont oxnminntion
and careful action, and bavins laid ljoforo von thu
facta, and my own gciioral viows upon th on, 1
cunnii 1er my'duty performed.
I am, Oonoral, very rcancotfullv, vour obedient
aorvant, JOHN VOl'l'.,
rivi. Mujnr-t ; cn. v. s. A.. Cotumttnuiiifi.
aonornl U. 8. On ANT, tlonoral-in-Cliior, IT. ?. A.,
Washington, D. C.
O?lA/? BUSHELS PftTME WHITE COHN LAND
sU\J\J\J INO Irom Sehr. E. J. HALM EH.
For salo by ll. 31. llllTl.Elt.
North Altanttc Wharf.
August 21 2
No. 219 KING STREET,
One door south Market si root.
NOW IB TUE TIME TO BUY TUE BEST
EVER OFFERED IN TJILS CITY, WITH A
LA lui H LOT OK THE CELEBRATED
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Having perfecto,1 arranRomonta with my Manu
ne turora, I am ablo to sell Ibo entire STOCK nt
:l)o above discount.
Price of each ARTICLE marked in plain figuroa.
B. M. McTUREOUS, Sup't
July aa in
TO CJL08B OUR ENTIRE HTOCE OE BDMnlKIl
ULOTIUNQ wo barr markod Ibo prices at such low
figures that purchasers will And ll decidedly for the In?
terest af their pockets to examine enr aloca, In which
lhay will find good and well m ado Kanneuta of ODll
UWN M AN ll l*A OTOH E, at extremely low prices.
Annexed will bo found a LIST OE OUR FORMER AND
SOOTOI? CASSIM ERB SUITS-SACK,
PANTS AND VEST.i......?03.00
DAB? MIK. CASSIM ERE SUI DJ-HAOK,
PANTS AND VBST. 31.00
HAIR LINE OASSIMERE SUITS
HACK, PANTS AN D VEST. OLIO
MIDDLESEX CASSIM ERE SHITS
. SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 18.00
BLACK AND WHITE MUOASSIIIERK
SUITS-BACK, PANTS AND VEST. 18.00
LIGHT PREN OH FL ANN BL SD ITS
SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 18.00
FANCY O AS8IMERE PANTS AND VKfcT 1100
WTflTKFRBNOU DUCK HACER.. v.OU
WHITE LINES BACKS. ?.00
COLORED DUCK BACKS. COO
BROWN Ll H EH SACKS..i. 8.60
DROWN UNEN SACKS. X50
R?BIPK ALPACA BACKS. 7.00
STRIPE OINQHAM BACKS....,,.. ,6.00
Gentlemen's Furnishing (Joetis.
WHITE HUI HTS al ?150, ?3 00 and ?&S0.
MAGULLAR, WIMMS & PARKER
CORNER OF MASEL STREET,
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY. AT NrTWBKlLlt? a IL. AI
?S petr annum, and. having a large etrcuiUior
throcgh all the upper and lowor Dla trie ta of the stale,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Batea for advertising var* reasonable-Tor which applt
lo oui Agent, kr T. P. Bl.ID Wi ." at the M His Moose.
?IOS. V ai at, II. flBBKKKER.
No T c. ui ber fasti If* and a-ropn? i c i a.
Uni lie ltilutl vea, i 'rii nd? ami A(qu*ln(> |
?Hemol Mr? nd Mrs. TIKNI'KKN. Slr. and Mm. Koren,
Mr. and Mr*. SIIUINDOIIK ami Mr. a 11 I .M N, on- respect
tully Invited la attend tho funeral nf AMANDOS TUKO
DOHI:T|1:SCKI:N. ITO? tin- Mount Pleasant Whati, al
In?T-jai-t 'I ivclvo o'clock. T<t-ltn<j. 1 August 21
Jiu Tin- I I li mli unit A < lina 1 ii tn urra of |
Captain unit Mr*. Jrssk I?. Hulisitv, and or their Mother,
MTH. I.. M. Ilon-ltv, aro rr*|icctrully Invited lo minni
Un' Funeral Service* ol tho I NIM NT UAIKIIITKU Of Ul?
loriiicr. at tlirir i ri-tdcncc, corner nf Queen anti 'I raj i nan
?trrcts. at hull. p.ml Five o'ctoch Thit .l/frnoon.
wurr VAK Ya
Ixl not Min Iii.il girilcth nu Iii? Inn? i -,
Hm*! MHSBSU aa li? timi puttcth lt nlT.
'1 In mi ? uni i ale nui,i<cslcd lo Ihr writer or IIIIH notice
by Hie .I. mil. at l-'Iureucc, Simili Carolina, on llio ICUi
ull,. ol thu Hov. w A l.i I.ic v. OUEltltY. ?Red SS yean),
R mnnlhs .Tnl'J". iki\-, lien ri m lu tlic l'rutralaiit Kple
i on il chm rh, mu? M la alonar}' to Kloronoo and Marlen.
Mr. flnaiM waa boro in Suuiler District. South Cam
Una, nuil ut an early 04:0 dev Iud li I MUM ir in tho nervicoot
Omi. Ila wa* ODO af tin tii-t to 1 tiler tho Infant Theo?
logical Seminary of bia native Diocese, in wbieli bo cou
llnui'il u Htitdeiil milli Jons, i.-r.j. winn the exigency or ?
tho limo suspended tho exorcise* or that Institution, bo 1
enrolled hiuisoll in tho Cunfcilcru'.o Atniy-JolutUK, OM a
lirivate. Hie Marlon Arlin? ry. A, C. V., and HO serving blH
country lo the oh IMP ol'Ibo war.
Uimn (lie ciuuiallun or hostilities, lin awaiti nilen il tho
Seminary, Kraduatrd the third week lu Juno 1H67, and
was ordained Deacon nu tho ititi of thu nu nilli. Ibu lout I
ir St Jiibn, thu Ilajituit. Iben Mlowed a rew day? oM
happy ti'ixi.ie-ilayH BIHH! loo brier-among old ! ric mia
and familiar EsJlss ?nd then. IIIIH young auld er or tho j
i mm, iniived lu Ibu post assigned him by IIIH lilahnp.
On SI. Jamen' day. the Mia or July lout. Mr. tlUKtiHT
eomraenceil Inn olltcial dulii'H a* Missionary, and on thc
linn ni 1: ol Ibo Killi day ol the month following. HID |
voice rf (Jed proclaimed llial hm warfare waa accomplish
cd-that hi? work v>as dono.
To hin ri nura, ku In arni?, tim ai.miefiuf ut ul bin
death will not rail lo awaken profound regret ; fur hui
calm courage In uioinenta or ilangcr, lila 1 heriot
aud unmurmuring perrormaucn ol duty, bia patient un
durance ol privation and hardship, won their unquall
llcd i inn i ad,m mid regard. Tu hm more ultimata aud
dear aaaorMoa, however-hi? brethren ol tho elerey-lu
commended n 1 onbln portion or tho 1 'rrj 1- of Sorrniv.
They aru citied lo munni, not only tho removal or a bo
lovi.il brother, but tho ni lenee, ol a volco earnest in tho j
behalt ot Uhrtst-tho stilling or n hurt over activo In
ulllri'S or love-Ibu |>as?iug or n Uro devoted tu Ibo 1m
murial interest?? or men.
lt were fruitless lo epi enlate upon what wuuld iceni
an dark a uispcnsalinn or Providence. Viewed upon
our i-iile, we rec only yean or laboriuua proparuilun
brought lu iiattahl-years nt patient waltlm:, erowncil
with but momentary HIH. I -a-a wkle Hphore or uxuinl
111HH and honor, just opening to einen wllu the clualug or |
u loin'i- a well dlHripllneil mind and zealous mart,
soiled forever rroui all murtal work and purpose. In two
pale banda rohlcil palm lu palm, 111 two pale Upa uevor J
again lo niter tho language or human speech. lin-,
lhauka bo lo tlod. Un re la a holier and a brighter aspect |
tar in ? lil. h to view it. When wu think npou our loa?.
Itt UH not forget Ai? galil. Whan wu mian tho In lp of bia
eoutiriol and sympathy in tho Churvh Militant, Iel UM re- I
mcmbrr hun un nilli tho Church Triumphant. When wo
gird un our barite u> in tim battle, lot UH think with joy
of him. whom the Master baa called to put lt oil; called
aa imo Mba-yet HO young-Iud already lougut Ibo good
light, already finished Iii course, already wini Ilia! crown
ot glory that ludelb not away.
Ho young l-i pass away; HO youug lor auch high lu.nur!
lem .lull living sorrow speak beat ber sacred trust '!
.' Wt fifi tlinl" unto llieo ia givun
A uto that bears Immortal Irull,
In mich itruat 1 IllerH OH ault.
The tull rr JD II oucrgiua of liravcu."
Tribute of Kcspcct. Kl*
HAM. or TUS WAMI WU mn STKAU Ftnc E-NUIXI: CO
C1IA.IILKSTON, H. C., August *J2d, 1S?7.
Al a meeting of thc Washington Hloani Fire Kunine
Cutup '.tty, held Ibis evening, thu following prcimblouaml j
re i itu: : ie, wr rc unauimously adopted :
since wc last met within thia ball Ihe aolcinn measen
ger, I calli, hus invaded mir ranks anj gathnic.1 in bia j
lul.le our Iiiend and brother JOHN HAL ll M A."> OWENS. |
Oin illncHa wa? of abort duration, bul accompanied with
much pain, which waa endured by bim with marked pa?
tience end fortitude. On Ibo Sth Instant bo expirad
peoi-erullj, in tho twenty-second yr.-.r or lila ago.
True, ho had unt long lie . 11 eunuccUd nilli our Compa?
ny, bal iiulllriently loug to enable us to r.irm a high
opinion nf him xi a fireman -ready aud willing lo dlu?
ella iv e all necessary dulieii. Ut* private character waa
me t.im. .I by virions routainliiaiion. Hy luulinatlon and
example he was Huber, honest, geiietous, uoble. Tba! ho
waa respected by all who knew him was leatiflcri by U10
large gatlmriug of frlnuds around bis remains, ll tu ay
nundy lie sahl,
"N'jtie kuew him bul to love bim ;
Knee namul him but to praise ;"
and though wo shall ann him no MN oil earth, untie
shall weep for him-Ac ii Anvic nf rttt.
As a Utting tributa or ro.'pect to the memory or thc de?
ceased, bo lt
Rtiolrtd Isl. That by Ibu death or JOHN Hu iiii.u.
OWENS our Company im> beru deprived of a member
who waa u .etui and energetic, and who alwaya dlscharg
ed lils dulles nilli aallatactinii to his otlicera und Ibo
Ne-i'ilrtd M. That the uiuuibern do wear tho liailgn or 1
muuruing for thu usual apoco or time.
Rtirtwd lld. Thal a blank pago lu tho Minute Hook bo
i ne. 1 il i,. I with tho until'', age and dato nf death nf tho de?
Ibj.ilr'il Jill. That a copy or llicao proceedings be pre?
pared by ih ? scervtury and presented bi thu widowed
mother of the deceased, willi thc assuraure nt our deep
On lin- ab instant the inrmhera of this I 'mn |.any nero
anntutoneil to accouipany Ibo rrmalna of a brother
lo bis place ol st pulcbrc. Scarcely had the aolcmn bu?
rial rites been performed than Ibo announcement waa
made thal an niter member had fallen under tho stroka
nf Death. With hearts saddened by tho lutelllgenci, no
knew that FRANCIS AUOUsTUS UUFOUTwas no moro.
Ho fell a victim or high bilious fever, itt tho twcubWih
|'<Oth) year nf hts age.
Wo bare thus been deprived or two falli rill members.
Within a few hours of each other they tlc|?rtod from us.
Our deceased fellow-mombcr, tho subject or this nu?
ilee, wa.- distlnguiabid for bia industrious habits. He
was strictly attentive, and studiously applied himsell to
lila avocition, receiving well deserved approbation for
lils-ten. Iii .-. With animosity lor uuue. he waa kind and
affable to all. Dulllul to bis ]? urente, bu was ibo pet ol
lite household-purely affectionate and never varying.
As a fireman h.. discharged bis duties pleasantly, and I
contributed bia sbaro freely lowan) tho maintenance of
Ibo Company. Liked by his fellow-members, bo nil! long .
live In their momory.
Acting uniler a sense or duty, and as a jual testimonial
ol our lisped for ihn deci ase,], bo it
Rtiolivd 1st. That nc gToatly doploro lbs loss to us of I
our fellow member FutMcis Avoueras DurouT, who
rendered his services to tho Company In every way
agreeable aud utlajactory
Kttulved 'id. That tho members bo re<|Uired to waar Ibu
badge of mounting lor the usnal rpaco or time,
IttiolMd Sd. Tba! a blank pogo lu tba Minuto Book be I
Inscribed with the name, ogn and date nf death of uur |
Ruolvtd llb. That a copy of th cae priiceodlngs bo en?
grossed by Ibo Sr erriary and presenten, to Ibo parents cf I
tbodecoaaed, with tho assurance of our uufuigncd sympa?
thy for them in this their limo ol trial.
Jfoolred lilli. That Uieao preambles and resolutions
bo scot to tho DAILY N I:\VH lor publication.
From tho Minutes. ALFRED W. STEVENS,
Secretary Washington Steam Eira Engino Co.
"CXIUOB" SPRING WATER.
rpnE WATER. OF TniS NPIHMO IS li KI,ILVKl) TO
JL bo unixpiallert by that of any olbor lu Ibo rar-famod
valley of Saratoga Its virtues ure auch os havo secured
lt lb? Itlgb onoomhinis of all who barn 11 ned lt, possess.
lug, as lt docs. In an eminent dogrco, catbartlc, dlureltc,
alterativo snd tonic qtiatltlos.
Front SAMUEL I1EN1IY DICKSON, U. !>., Professoi
Practice 0/ Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly or Charier lou 0. ?
ITni-un.].rmi, .Nun inlier IS, 18C9.
I have been for a year or moro past In tito habit ol
taking thu water of Uie "Kirublor" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during tbn great portion or my Invalid lite
lo uso ibo different waters of lbs several (annulus wbko
boll up alcuin Hist remarkable valley, dependent, indeed,
ui>on them tor much of ibo ifomfbrt I enjoy, I am aalis
Ood thal thu Escalator Water ta aa nell adapted aa any
olber among them, ii nut moro so, to tho purposes ror
which tliry aro generally employed. Il lavery ajrreoAblo,
strongly Impngnaleal with tus carbonic acid, lively aud
sparkling. * * * I eau heartily and conscientiously
recommend lt lo all who neod a gentle ca tharne aud
dlureltc. SAMUEL ll KN itv DICKSON, M. D.
Tbo Water ls put up in Pint sud Quart bottles, and
parked lu good order for shipping, Pluts lu bolo? ol
rour doun each, and Quarts lu coxes of two dozen each
BOLD AT WnOLESAIX BY
GOODRICH, WINGMAN k CO.,
I ni imrtiTs and Wiiolosalo Druggists,
No. 103 MHBTINU S TU KMT,
OPFOSITK LH.IHLERTOK HOTEL.
DOW I rc & MOISE,
No. 151 MEKTIKO BTBKET.
O pps al lo Charleston Hotel.
And for asia by Oral ekua Draggtals and Holela.
January 13 Brno
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For each aubeoquent insertion.',. 1 00
All Advertisements, to bs distinctly marked, dr they
will bo published until ordered out, ard charged accord -
lnS!ercUanu) and others ad vc rU al 113 by the year, * Ito*
raf d?duction on lbs sleive rales will be nude,
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
TS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT fiTTM
X TEB, a 0., by OILUETtT it FLOWtLitH, Propricton.
atFOUli DOLIjAltH por annum, Invariably In advance.
Advert? ?ementa Inserted at usual rate?.
Bvory style ol Job Pnntln/ executed in Ike n-Vu
-tyte and greatest diapatcn, bctAemoei ?
AVaY-OltPlIAN HOUSE CHAPEL.-TUB KEV.
i., a LOYA Ll. win perfora Divine servie*. In tiiU
Chapel. Tit-Mvrrum Afl'rnwm, 9Mh last., el Ure o'clock.
August 'ii I
ars-CIRCULAH GHUHOH.--IN CONSEQUENCE
Of Hie ?1 --m i- ul Ihr Pister, tho regular Sabbath Ser
viii H of Ulli Church will lio austiendcd unlit furl her bfh
Uro. Tho exorcises of tho Sabbath Kt'liool anil Hm Tti'j.
ii<iy Afttrnixm I.orlutv will bo continued aa usual.
A ui ; mit ]| 1
av* THE STATE OF BUUTH CAROLINA,
11A Ul.INi nos DISTRICT.-IN EQDITY.-F. II. 1IACOT
AND T. I.. IIACOT, Administrators, PETER H.
1IAC?T. M. TUE ll Kilts AN H CREDITORS OF PETE?
H. 1IACOT-Upon hearing Ibo pleadings In Ihla catv, ll
If, on motion ol W. \V. UAIILI.EK, Complainants' Solici?
tor, LUI. nil thal all an J singular tho rr. .11 ti .ni of lliu late
Mat S. naru!. Complainant's lute .tate, bu required
lo Hiv ami provo Iholr rvapcctlvv demands ami debbi 111
judgment* ami otherwise ogalust the aalil tub slate, bo
roro tko Commissioner of this Court, by ur beim e the
llrat day of Noromber nett, and lu default thoreof thal
limy bo debarrrd from tho ben. Ut nf any decree to be
made therein, and that tho Commhirlonrr of Uria Court
lo advertise thia order onro a month tu the Dsrllngton
Southerner anti thu Cliarlcatou Duffy Newt, until Ihn
.aid Drat day of November nett.
Tho abo^o tn a Imo copy irom Ibo original uni er made
lu Die above case. Ililli ol February, 1HI.7.
A. F. LDwAims, C. E. I). D.
Couiiiilaaioner'ri Office DarlliiKbm 0. lt., Kebruary ii,
IHC7. |3G fl February 23
99"~'VHK "HTATE OK MOUTH CAU0L1NA,
DARLINGTON DLsriHCT.-IN EQUITY-ll. W. ED
iVAltur,, Administrator T. E. HOWLS, M. E. S. IIOWLE,
JAMIES P. WILSON AND OTHERS_HILL FOIt IN?
UNCTION, ACCOUNT AND IIELIEF.-lt IK ordorcd
that tho CREDITORS of THOMAS E. IIOWLE, doroaaed,
t>o uiijolnod from proceeding lo recover their dalma at
AW aguiuat Ibo complainant, and that they do pmvn and
-stablish their deintulH sgalust thu nald Ito? LK beforu
ibo Commlssoner of this Court, on or boforn Ibu first doy
nf Decomber next, and lu default thereof that Uiey bo
jarred Ibo benetlt of any decree to be pronounced
Tile above ls a true copy from thc original order made
lu thu alune Histed case, 13th Februar). 1H87.
A. P. EDWAHDS, C. E. D. ll.
Dommlssloiior's Ofllce, Dsrllngton C. H., Fob. --J. I SST.
fFobruary !U eil
aa-TIIK STATE OF SOUTH CABOLl??T
DAnLlNOTON DISTRICT-IN EQUITY-HANNAH J.
HART, Administratrix, ri. ELLEN E. HAUT. JOHN
lYlTHEIISPOON, ff af.-HILL FOR INJUNCTION,
ICCOUNT AND RELIEF.-It ls ordered that tho credit
irs ot JOHN L. HAUT bo enjoined from proceeding to
wovor their claims at law against thu complainant, and
hat thoy do provo and establish their demands against
ho said John L. Uart, before tho Commissioner ot
hts Court, on or before tho first day of November next,
md In default thereof that they bo barred from tho ben
iQt of any dorree to bo made herein.
lt ls also ordered that a copy of this order bc published
it least onro a week until tho first day of November noxt
n Ibo Darlington .Ventarmer aud thu Charleston Dody
The above ia a true copy from Um original order made !
n Ibu above case, 12th February, 1867.
A. F. EDWARDS, C. E. 1>. D.
CowMisstoNtii's Omer, Darlington C. H., February
li. is.'.;. s30 fl February 23
?-NOTICE T J MARINE118.-C A PTAIN-'
IND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vessels kn Atoles
liver, aro requested not to do no anywhere within direct
ango of tho hoads ot tho SAVANNAH RAILROAD
VII A lt Vi:., on tho Charleston and St. Ambur's side ct
bo Ashley inver ; by which precaution, contact with thc
lubmarlno Telegraph Cable will bo avoided.
h. C. TURNER, H. M.
I ar li. i r Heater's : lillee. Cht rle 'ton, February fl, 1808.
Ki- THE ORAVEST MALADIES OF YOUTH
IND EARLY MANHOOD.-HOWARD ASSOCIATION
ASSAYS, on Ibo Physiology of thu Passions, and tbs
?rrors. Abuses and DI tots os peculiar tn Ibo Oral ago o.
nan, with Reporta on now methods of treatment cm
iloyod lo thia Institution. Seat in sealed latter tn
eloi>es, freo ot charge.
Address Dr. J. SK I Ll.IN UODOHTON.
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Fa.
May 20 3mo
*oV A YOUNO iJtDY ItETUHNTNO TO HE J
ouulry home, after aeojuuru ufa few moulba lu lt
?ty, was 1 Tilly recognized by ber friends. In pUce I
coarse, rustic, flushed foco, alio hod a soft ruby coo .
.lexton of almost marble smoothness, and Instead .
w lily-three abo really appeared bul eighteen. Upoa la
ulry as lo the causo of so great a change, abo plslm
old thurn Uiat she used the ClROA-sslAN BALM, ac
onsldcred lt au Invaluable acquisition to any lady's hillel,
ly Its uso any Lady or OenUcmen can Improve tbelr pei
onal appearance an Ima lied lohl. Il bl ulmple in it'
omblnatlon, aa Nature hrrauU is simple yet unsurpasi
din its efficacy in drawing impurities Irom, also heal
ag, cloaoalng and beautifying Ibo akin and complexion,
ly lb) direct iel iou on tho cutlelo lt draws from ll all Itu
inpurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the sur
ice aa Nature Intended lt should bo-dear, soft, smooth
nd beautiful, frico tl, sent by Mall or Express, on rv
dpt of an order, by
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists.
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Tho only American Agents for tho Bala of tho esme.
March 30 ly
as"A LADY OF UNDOUBTED CHEMICAL
KILL, HAS REOENTLY PERFECTED CHEVALIER'S j
1FE FOR THE HAIR.-It positively restores gray bair
i Ita original color and youthful beauty; imparta Ufo,
tn-n a th and growth to tho weakest bair; stope its falling I
ut at once; keeps tho head clean; la unparalleled aa a
air-dreaalng. Sold by all druggists, fashionable hair
reason, and dealers tu fancy goods. Ibo trade supplied
y the wholesale druggists.
SARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. D"
June 8 atulh 6mo Now York.
JW AJtTLFIClAXi EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU?
IAN EYES roado to order and Inserted by Dra.
IAHCU and P. QODOLEM ANN (formerly employed by
toisaomoxao, of Parts), No. 599 Broadway, New York.
April If ur
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.
.? bora tory. Bio. It) Crosby street, Nev? lurk.
8000 Boxes, Bottles and Flasks manufactured daily.
(O/.n HT ALL DRUG O ISIS EVER YWJIKRE
.. COSTAR'fl " HALES DEPOT,
No. 484 BROADWAY, Pf KW YORK,
Chore tl, ?3 to ti altos ara put up for Families, Stoma
hips, BoaU, Public Institutions, Ac, atc.
lt la truly wonderful Uie oonndenoe that la now had In
very form of Pro para tiona that cornea from " Cos tar's "
"COSTARS" EXTERMINATORS-For Bats, Mica,
loaches. Ants, Atc, Ac "Utily in fallible, remedy known."
Not dangerous to tho human family." "Rats come out
r tbelr holes to die," Ac
"COtvTAB'i" BED-BUQ EXTERMINATOR-A liquid,
ut up In boule?, and nover known to lall.
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moths
'ure and Wool Inn?, ls Invaluable. Nothing can exceed I
ir powor and efficacy. Destroys Instantly all Insects on
'louts, Fowls, Animals, Ac.
" COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE-For Cu ta. Bums,
founds, lira isca, bro? nu Ur* asia, Sore Nipplea, Plies I
U forma. Old Sores, Ulcers, and all kinds of cutaneous
Hoc lions. No family abould bo without tl. Il exceeds
a efficacy til other Salvee In use.
"COTTAR'S "CORN BOLVKNT-For Corns, Bunions,
" COSTAR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORANOE BLOB
I )MS-Beautifies tho Complexion, br Hiving to the akin
soft and beauUfuf freshness, and Ia Incomparably bo?
und anything now In nae. I Adie* of tasto and position
sgard lt aa an ceaiatlal to tbs toilet. An unproc?dentod
ale la Its beat recommendation. One hollie ls always
allowed by more. Try ll to know.
"OOdTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS-A universal Dinner
?ill [?agar-cottod), and ot extraordinary efficacy for Cos
Iveness, all forma of Indigestion. Nervous and Bick
Iotdaehe. A Pill thal la now rapidly superseding r"
"COSTAR'B" COUOn REMEDY-l'or Coughs, Collis,
loarmoooss,Hore Throat. Croup, Whooping Cough, Ailb
aa, and all forma of Bronchial, and Diseases of ton j
Ti roe! and Lunga. Au dress
HiC Vit Y ll. COSTAR,
Ko. 483 BROADWAY, N. Y.
BOWIE & MOISE,
No. Itt Moe(in?| . treat, opposite Charl eaton Hotel.
TUE LANCASTER LEUUER,
CONNORS & CARTER,
PD ni.IS.liku EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNINO AT
Lao caster 0. n , H. 0, Raving a largo autaoytption
ISL it offen a favorable medium to M BI chan la and all
dv critters who de tire to extend their bnalneas In the
.ppar Districts or the stale. Ratea of advortlslnf lib?
ral. Specimen copy of ps par acct on application.
Aug ult 21
THE OIIANUEBURO NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATTXBDAY afORNOfO. AT
Orante burg, g. U. Terms tl per axunuo. ? ad?
anes, i 1,-J-L,
Drum? tb? spring and fall aeaaon. extra copie* of tts
)BAxax*DBO Nilma will ko dreedot?! ?or tba benoni ut
February to Onngeburg, fl
KOTKJK-aHIPPEIW PKIl STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, fur Now Xork, mro requested lo amid in
their Ililli* ol l-adlug for signature ?I thu ullin or
("Ol/ltTKSAY A' TRKNIIOI.1I, Alioota. No. il Kant Uar.
hy tl o'clock A. M. TAii Day. I Angus! M
?o-CONHIONEES PEU HTKAMKIt FALCON.
tram Hall Itniire, aro backy DoUBed that Ihn Htoanior la
Thu ?tay illHchurging cargo al Mar No. I. Union WI ur von.
All goods not tallou away at sunset will remain on
Hie Wharf at Cnimlgueea' rink.
Alignai 2.1 MORDECAI A CO., AgunlH.
MW NOTICK.- Mit. U. RIOLS MAVINO MY
Power of Attorney will ael for mo during my absenoo
from the sute. W. P. BALL.
Chai lenton. A ne mt 21, IHC7. J August 'JJ
?.-ESTATE NOTICK.- ALL PEltHONsTlAV
INtlelaitunaRalliiitthH Estate ur th? lalo J. HENDER
HON ni.MV, will present llieui. duly attested, and all
persona indebted Urnrvlo will make parmi nt to
ll Al: itu i U. DENT/.,
Rockville. August Jd, 1H07. td August IO
.sTTIIK ATTENTION OF THE FUIE OE ?
rAHTMP.Nl' la called to thc following rogulations :
Any Volunteer Engino running un any payment lu
either thu Upper er Lower Wards, whom tho atm t is
paved, shall pay a (Ino of FlOy Dollars, and any Wartl
Eugine committing (he ssmo offence their pay shall bo
slopped. The eatn'j rule shall bo applicable to thu
Every Volunteer Englue Company shall havu cither
bolls or a gong attached to their Englue or Heel, and thu
Kimo shall not bu inufOed, either going or reluming
from au alarm cf fire. The ssmo rule shall bo applica?
ble to Want Engines, but no Eugine shall return from a
Bro latter than a walk.
No two Sicamor* shall work st Ibo sania Fini Well.
Gnu Volunloer liond Eogluo may draw water from aaiuo
Woll Wbaru a Htcamcr la drawing; and if two Hand En?
glue* aro at a Flro Wulliio Steamar ihall bo allowed to
use thu naine.
Two or more Stuauiur* miy draw water I rom a Drain
PH- B. M. RTBOBIU
Align?t 2d Clerk sod Sup't.
CHIEF gUAHTEllMAHTEIt'B OFFICE,
SECOND M11. ITA H Y DIKTItlCT, NORTH AND SOUTH
CAROLINA, CHARLESTON. H. C.. AUGUST 17,1 BOL?
SEALE!) PROPOSALS will be rocelved al this oflhu
until 12 o'clock M. nu JVnti.tuy, thu 10th day or Septem?
ber, I8C7, at which limo they will he opened, for tho pur
i linne of tho following property, via:
Wreck of steamer HUSTON", lo Aabepoo Rlvor.
Wreck or steams* uno. WASHINGTON. In Cooaaw
Wreck of steamer CHASSEUR, lu Scull Creek.
Wreck ol etoamrr RANDOLPH, lu Charleston Harbor.
Wreck or steamer ET1WAN, In Charleston Harbor.
Wreck of steamer RUDY, lu Ught House Inlet
Dlddora will alato Ibo amount offered for each wrei k.
Tho wrecks will bo sold separately and to Ibo highest
blddor, unless such bbl be deemed unreasonable.
Proposals must be addressed lo the undersigned, sud
marked "Proposals for purcbsio of wrecks."
B. O. TYLER,
Drcvet MsJor.Otuend. Chief Quartermaster,
Deputy Quartormiater-Goneral, U. H. A.
August 19 25
BS- BATCnELOH'H HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE lt U o bett in Ibo world. Tba
inly fine and per/ret Dye-barmleai, reliable, Instan?
taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous Uni'.
Salomi Tllack or Drown. Remedies Ibo ill n(Trots of lian
Dyet. Invigorates tho hair, leaving lt soil and beautllul.
The gonulno ls signed IK?diam A. Batchelor. All others
ira mero Imitations, snd should bo avoided. Hold by alt
Druggist* and Perfumers. Factory, No. 81 Darci uv
itreet, Nuw York.
KW BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
1 iee i- in l , r m lrr
THE SUPERIOR SCREW STEAMSHIP
FALO O HST ,
E. O. REED, COMMANDED.
tTriLL SAIL FOR THE AHOVF. PORT. ON TUES
Vi DAY. 27UI Inst, at IS o'clock P. M., from Pier
lo. 1, Union Wharves.
For Fi eight or paaaage, lia* lng good cabin aceommo
latlons, apply to COURTENAY A THENHOLM,
August 21 3 Union W harv ea.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PUK NEW VUHK.
I UK NEW AND ELEGANT SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
II/"I LL LEAVE FROM ADQER'S SOUTH WHARt*
VV on .Saturday. August 21, st 1 o'clock P. M.
ai- All outward Freight engtgementa must bo mada
lt Ibo ollie.- ol COURTENAY A THEN HOLM, No. ll
$&- For Passage and all mattera connected with tho
award business of the Ships, apply to STREET UBOTH
CHS A CO., NO. 71 Eaat Day.
STBEKT DROTHERS A CO., 1 .".-,.
OOUUIENAY A THENHOLM. j ?genia.
C3IT Y POINT,
HOD TONS HU UT HEN ,
CAPT. 8. ADKINS,
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
'WHARF, every T?B3DA Y SH? lit. ac
'nine o'clock, for that port
For freight or passage apply ou
mani or to thc office of
RAVEN EL & i'd., Agenta.
AuOuit 17 _stu
FOR PALATKA, FERNANDINA,
JACKSON VILLE, AND ALL THE LAND,
I Mis ON THE ST, JOHN'li RIVER, VIA
THE NEW ANO SPLENDID 8TEAMHH1P
(UOO Tons Dorthea)
CAPTAIN 8. ADKINS,
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
' WHARF, every TUESDAY NlQUl, at
9 o'clock, for Ilia abo rn plsoes, connici
?ing with the Georgia Central Railroad at
a van nab, for Macon, Mobil? snd New Orleans.
AU Freight must be paid hero by ah lp pera.
For Freight or Paaaage, apply ou board or at the offlit
i HA VEN EL k CO.,
IND A LL INTERMEDIATE LAN 111 Nus UN
THU PRE DBE RIVER.
THE LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMER
3P TJ A HST TER,
CAPT. J. T. FOSTER.
lirif I. BBOEIVE FBEIOHT ON THE FIRST SEP
V> TEM HEH, and leave with despatch.
All Freight most bo prepaid on Ibo wharf.
For Freight engagements apply to
August 20 to lbs Accommodation Wharf.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE
VIA ll KAI I KOUT AND READ ROO KS' LANDING.
W KKK LY,
TEAMER P1XOT BOY....CAPT. W. T. McNPLTY
[TEAMER VAN II IE.CAPT. F. PECK.
DNEOFTHB AT.07K BTEAVERS WILL LVAVE
Charleston er try Monday oed Timriaay Mamnf*.
t 7 o'clock I and Havannah eVHrjr Wedeutday and Pria ait
tor* tn a i, at T o'clock. Touching at ni titrion on Jfi n
'ay, tnp from Charleston, and waisodary, trip from,
Freight received dally from S Al M. to S P. M., and
sored fro? o/oharg*.
AU Way Freight, also 111 airton Wharfage, moat ba pro.
Per frtttskt oa> passage, apply to
JOHN F Uno ll BON, ActMmmodaik? Wharf,
CLAOHORN tl OTJNNTNQHAMB,
Agents, Sarannah, Ga.
FULLER k LES,
Agenta, Beaufort, 8. C.
N, B.-THROUGH TIOEBTB told ai the offloe of tea
gency In Charleston to points on the Atlantto and Gull
lallt 'jed, and to Fernandina and pointa on the fit. John's
liver. ?.;."?.:.: August I,