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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Our I ul.li IflallntelMM.
LUNIK??;, August !?-Nunn. Consul* Ol IMC:
l.ivLitr.ioi.. Annual 'JU-Nunn.-Coll?n iipcii-i
quiet but H.oady; Middling Uiiiutida 10J: Ortuiin
loj: sales SOM. Urenilslnna umhanged, "ark
7UM. lid. Bacon 43?. lid. ll win-Co.iiinon 7.?. ?id.;
medium 12. Turpentine :io. Sugar'21s. dd.
nummary ?r Knrapaan Kowai I>>- Cable.
NBW YOHK. Anglia! 29.-Tun Insurgen! s havo
tantuiod mid hold Saragossa, in Sp.un.
Thu Official Jonrmil ul South (ierm.uiv HUVM tho
matti demi m staten will confederate with neither
m. ?l,,,.,r A,lst,ii>- '?'i roimiiiiiiK independent,
will bold Ibo iMhiiuii ur power.
Tho bitterness of tho Prussian press, io <UK
cussing I ho Sah-.tmrg Conference, causes utixlelv
?Hiter Itellvriauj sheridan.
W.V8111NOTON, AuKuat 29.-2. lu compiiimro I
with tho (ongoing inatraelion ul the President nf I
Ibu United Stales, Mnjor-Cu-u. 1'. II. Sheridan uiil,
ntl rOOOlpl ol' Ulis miler, lum over hi? present coni
numil lo Urovat Major-Hen. Churlos (li'inta, thu
oMicor next in rank to himno!;, timi proceed with?
out delay lo Fort Leavenworth, Missouri, ?mil will
rolievo Maj ir-(loll. Ilancook, in command of Ibo
Department ur the Missouri.
3. On boilin relieved by JD j. Hen. Si.oiid.Mai.
(lon. Iliuioock will proceed without delav tu New
Or cans, Lu., anil assume eiiiui.Milli ol' tho ot li
Mihtarv District, mid nf tho department oruinriwil
ur the Stales ol' Louisiana und Texas.
4. Maj. (?cn. (icorge H. TlianuM will emit hmo ?11
command of the itotmrtanint nf the Cumberlatxl.
liv command ol Oen. OIUNT.
K. I). TOWNSEND, Adjutant.
WASHINGTON, August 29. -Dilling Um '?lo con?
ical thu President placed himself sipiarolv un his
cuiiatitutiniKil risilla, mid duh- carried lils' pointu.
It is suggested thnt n recent letter fi um Stevens,
opportunely putilishen yesterday morning, lashing
tho Conservative. Senators fur not taking fruin thu
President certain riglllHaml duties, sume nf willi ll
?.?rant claims, hail much tu do with thu (icneril'ti
re I roe; rn de m?rement.
.Lenah O. olin cns. SupCI'llllondout of the Sr?
Jersey Ccntrnl ic.uln.ad is demi.
A court mai tiai convenes ul Leavenworth on
September IS, to try llenura! Cuslnr who is
chtirced with lioihj| absent willmot leave.
Internal ItoVCUtia to-dny ??l l imn.
Uonerol Emery succeeds Conby in this ilc
Hint lil ll ll Inn ill.I
lilcnMoxn, August 20.- Tho blacks having bad?
ly lien icu a p..benni-ni at tho circus last uighi, and
.doned others, a company of United States Hoops
havo been sont to the spot lo night tn prevent a
riot which was considered imminent.
Ilcclslrntloii In Vlrxrlnln.
. RICHMOUD. August 29.-B?lurnr? from ni! except
,?ip;bt counties received at ll ml miers, show
registration to bc-whites lllJ.f'OiJ, blacks 90,001).
Ot tho counlioB not received, four gavu largo
' wlllUl majorities.
Kenon al of Gell. Sic 1. les.
WILMINGTON, August 29.-Tho removal of (icu.
Sickles generally denounced liv liopnblicnnn.
Southerners tako little nr no interest in the maller.
W'oninn'i lllghta in Kansas.
NKW YOUK, August 29.-Susan B. Anluony and
Elizabeth Cady 8taiitou leave for Kaiman, wiirra
moy will a i li male remain suffrage till election,
Prom .%'cxv York.
Nr.M YOHK, August 29.-Custom receipts for tho
weok ending August 24, $3,702,000.
Tho steamer Colorado arrived after two years'
i i nm Havana.
NKW YOUK. August 29.-Advices from Havana lo
thc 'Jilli, :>tate Hint oighty s?gar fuctorius cliisud
on account nf inuhility to pay now contributions,
throwing hundreds out cT cmploymunt.
'roe Vcllovv PrvcratUalvralon.
ll ALVESTON. August 29-There wera 21 dontlis
on tho 27th. Gen. Loren Kent, Collector of (ho
Tort, died laut iiigbt.
Prom New Urlrnna.
N EW ORLEANS, August 29.-The atenxnabip P?
uarro arrived from .Matamoros hint night with
datos to thc Stat, bringing hut liltlo nows, 'l im
Browust ?lio r?niiebero publishes a copy ol the or?
der ol'Toiiozabal to tho Chief of Potten, directing
tho anest of Catholic Priests crossing from thu
American to tho Mexican side of the river, hold?
ing them subject to his disposition.
lien. rtevnolds established a nmiiutitincliottvceii
llrownevillc mid Corpus Christi. As yet no fever
has appeared at Brownsville.
Thc American residents of thc City of Mexico
tendored a dinner to Utlcrbcrg.
Thc Hoard c>r Health of this city reports twenty
doutha from yellow fever yesterday. Tho wonthel?
la very variable.
A majority oT Ibo newly elf-clod eily officials
qualified, (living a bund, und will cuter upon their
Tho old Board of School Directors held n licet
?UK, transacted biuiucaa ns usual, pnssiug u reso?
lution to tcdf. tho legality nt tho action td' Council
in electing new officer* bet?re thc expiration nf the
timo nf the present inuiunheuts, without having
tiret created vacancies, us required by law.
KOON nisei u n.
NEW YOHK, August 29.-Stocks dull. Money Ia5.
C]old41|,. Sterling 9(al0i. '02 Coupons 13L Vir?
ginia Sixes, new issue, SO; Tennessee Sixes, new
issi.'o, 1I5.J. Kluiir 15a20c lower. Wheal dull. Corn
Aalc beltor. Oaln steady. Pork lower, ?230C.
Lard and Whiskey quiet. Cotton dull nt 27e.
Tnnioiltlno OcU. ltoeln ilrm mid hi good demand,
d minn m ?3 b7ia t 00.
Stocks Btcadv. Cold 141;}, "02 coupons HJ.
Cotton botivy; anica 9IK) hales ut 27e. Khmr-SUtc
ut tn 7?all; Southern 19 2?al3 25. Wheat dull and
favors i m v ri u ; Southern Amber ?2 20n2 30 Alixtd
WcBtern 'Corn $1 12al 13. Oats limier; Southern
Hoc. Pork $23 10. Lard Btcadv. Whiskey un?
changed; in bond 40c. Tallow li?'. Fioighlo 3c.
for grain; by steam fte.
BALTIMOUK, August 19.-Coffco dull: no largo
sales. Cotton lim, nominally 27. Flour dull, qnu
(at nine m id cn icm I. Wheal Dimer; fair tu primo
$2 2Sa9 35. No piimo while oll'nred. Corn lower;
white tl0'>; yellow tl Hal IS. cain, good toiirimo
trUalH. Kn- dull: primo f 1 45, IJiicoti .Shoulden;
I3ial4; rib Sides l?jall!. Western Mess ?21 7?.
CINCINNATI, August 29.-Flour linn und iiu
?hiiiccd. Wheat timi, $2 13a2 Hi. Corn advanced;
in bulk il, nnd very sea ire. Tho Inline ul thu
growing croneaiUMM runners lo hold. Whiskey
brm. ale-H Pork til 50. l'neon iirin; Shoulders
12j; clear Sides 111. Lard UfalS.
ST. LOUIS, Aiu?tiat 29.-Flour quiet. Corn ile
clinod 5a7. Wlnio il U?a?l 07 : Mixed and Yel?
low $lail 05. Musi Pork t20 50. liacon shoulders
13 ; eloar Sides I0|. Whiskey ?2 10.
Louisvli.i.K, Augual .19.-Flour dull $7 OOalllOO.
Curt? declined lc. Si.'Oilliloi'd 12.J ; Clear Sulos
llii. Lint M|.
WILJIINOTON, August 29.-Turpenlino stoadyat
5-2.jtl53. ltusin quiet ut i liai; ?il.
MOBILE, August 29.- No sales reported. Ite
NEW Oni.KAKs, August 29.-Salea 2.">H bales ; dull;
Low Middling, 200. Hcccipts 31 bales. Sugar ami
Mnlaysc i uoininallv unchanged, flour dull; supt'r
line, *9; choice, tl2 fiOutlI. Corn held linn; 1125.
Dals dro.ipiug nt Ii7c, Lard firm nnd unchanged.
Pork timi, held ul advance or ,i0r. IJaeon Shniild
era, 191; elnar Sides, 17j. Supply ur Uncoil light.
Haid closed ut HrfalU. Slurliiig, 63a53J, New
York sight, j premium.
AUGUSTA, Angi?at 29.-Colton dull. Sales 57
nales. Middling 23Ja!Mc.
SAVANNAH, Angltal 29.- -Cotton dull ami heavy
il.mid 1 io tit ; Middling, nominally. 25c. lteueipta
I'M). Itecciptu of tho week l>39. Exports USS.
Weather hot and rains continue.
Thu Crops of 1807.
lt is yoi too early lo mako anything Uko
aeenrato 'cilculatioits "as to tim amount of Iso
crops of thia uoason. Tho cfTocl uf thu drought
on tho Western corn and of tho nrniy worm on tho
Southern Cot I mi IH vol vory uncertain. A rouuh
ecesa may, bowovor, bo mndo, winch will givo
sumo general idoa of tho amount of onr ogritnil
lurnl products. Soinething of thia kind we find in
the Boston Commercial Bulletin, winch is ordinari?
ly very woll informed on auch subjects. Il com
lulen ibo following table :
emirs IN 1BC0. EarnxiATcn cnoi-s IN 1807.
i.'otton, bales.... 4,fi7G,000 Colton, nunn... 2,0,0110
Wheat bust. nil.llil.OtM Wlioal, lin-li.. 272,500,00)
rom. H is.7l>.l,7lii Corn.l.afHi.onu.Oon
ltyo. '2l.10l.ttsu mr. 97,WivtHO
oaui. n.'.oiti.iHA OJU. 2tii?,tioo,oeo
Harlov. lS,HIA,M9s Harley. 'Jl.uoo.OUO
lluckwtumt. 17.67l.Sl-i lluckwheal.... 2?l.l?JU,W?
I'obatoeii, bilah.. lll.HH.KK; I'olatoea. lKi.l 100,1100
Huller, lb?.4ail,i?l.:ir3 Uniter, lbs.... M'LUOO.um)
Cheese. lOtyUaflKI Clieese. I4'2^MO,000
Hice. i:i7.1l.7.tW'i mee. MM'iO,?""
Tobacco. Wl.nOO.ir.l l'nbaicii.lill.OUO.lXA).
?Jan? HuRar..,.. ?3O.USL0OH Cane.Suuar_ r>'J,ono.Ontl
Jlay. tons. I'a.lWS.Cl'i Hay, Inns. ai.UXJO.Ooil
According to ibis table, our agricultural pro?
ducts will bo abnnl fortv per cont, ?roatcrtliaii in
tho vcrv prosperous so?aon of ISiiO. If wo teni
Prari t*,H Cfl' r*?ill is atill moro faviirnlifo'lo
10L7. I lin greatest mlvancu, of courao, hus bren
ni tho price of cotton but ncarlv all the morn im?
portant producta sall for moro now than in 18?),
.von on a gold basia. In Batta of protraotod nins
on tho Atlantic slopp, or tho army worm in thu
Soulhoni Hiatos, of dry mather in ibo Interior
and of tho dislnrbod and unsettled condition of
ton States, wo aro blessed with a ylold or tho uroat
BtaplotJ which will preven I lamino and uorloua
H nile nug during tho coming season In tho South
ern States, and will mako tho moro prosperous
States iu tho North and Weat better aldo to mcot
tho burdens of on unnecessarily opprcssivo dil?
ation. ; i Ic'_
KAIN.-Wo havo been visited In tho last Iwo
wooka by copious and protracted. rains-willoh
have sobbed tbo earth and given a mid-winter ap?
pearance to tho s tree tn and roads. It will not
affect tho corn crop, bnt it is feared will bo injuri?
ous to tho cotton.-fairfield (Jerald.
OX TUR WI.VU.
TUB IdllliFlfATlONa OF ?UAULE3TON-TUE ATl'EAU
? ANi'K op TIII: rims my-nu emmi-COLUMBIA,
HEH ISIPnoAT-ilENTS, ETC., ETC.
On leaving Ouarleataa ibo tirst object that
cntchos (ho cyr?, ofter tlio few straggling houses in
lin- suburb* oro passed, ?H (ho (ortiiicatioim on tho
Neck, known beiter, ?wrhaps, na tho Linea. Tboso
who remember their neal and military appoaranco
when lirst erected, tho eloHoly-pavod earth and
Hmcntlily-sbavod grass, would hardly recognizo
tlio uiiHshopon ma880H that now occupy their
place. Tho plough has passed over tho Iniid, anti
Hoarcoly a vestigo of tho onoineoring skill that
framed mid superintended (ho construction of
those battorius is uow visible Tho moat in dry
and (nil of rank Vegetation, while tho batteries,
binnhproora, traverses, io,, aro all with vorduro
clad, Instendof tlio frowning heights thal ?neu
dolled tho invader, aro now to bo seen groen I
?lopes, where (ho no.my, grain ins scaled tho
works-evon plaided ?in bauner on Ibo outer walla.
The utilitarianiHM oftho present day hos changed
thu louted Held (o .1 cabbago bcd, and trained tho
potato and tlio aiiiiash to grow where formorty
'4ho sentry walked his lonely round." This is n
world ot chango, but old Eather Timo works
silently, and li is seldom that auch stridou aro
made as Hmso visible on thu tortiUoatioriH.
Hut the ?ron homo ia atill speeding, and thrmcli
its swiftness in nol remarkable, il moves willi
sullicieiit celerity tb make tlio trees elido hy and
roi love the uuuulry of that ?honoiopy?iways lo ho
Hiten inopin? barren. Tho punUtVontl un tho'
road aro few and far between, and orton for milos,
as far aa tho prospect extends, Ibero ia but tho;
sumo stretch of pino, roHoved only boro and tlioro
hy Homo Hivamp, which shows tho different lino of.
tho cypress. If u country could bo judgod by tte
ippcarnnco ns seen from a car window, Ibero
would hq few* wleVj would "sigh foi t l.u Ijind or Ibo
cypress .anil pine;" for, in Its primitive slate, it
airers Hut little attraction to a settlor. Thoso
landa, though not unaptly called pino bai rous, aro,
liowoyojf, eapnbloof groat improvement, and, hy a
proper* nyktein of dtainago'and'cultivation, can bo
made oxtrcmoly productivo. Tuoy aro tho wnBto
places that aro to bo inado glad, and t he timo ?H not
far distant whoo thc plough, and tho lioo will >bo
oniployoh to develop tho resources of'ttio soil.
Evcrywhoro throughout Lho country tho aniuo
unprecedented raina bovo boon experienced; Ibo
low lauds oro saturated, and hi tho woods tho
H itor has remained on tho ground until amall
ponda arr formed. Most of tho plantationa havo
boon projected by drains, and tho dauiago to tim
crops has benn comparatively slight, though tho
cotton will bc delayed eovcral weeks aa but fow
bolls oro opened. No complaint of tho worm was
heard in tho up-country, hut the oxporiehced
plantera feared that tho crop would ho diminished
at least. ouo quarter by tho action of tho rains.
Thc cotton seen from thc cara, and In tho planu
t ii um visited, nppoarod to be strong and healthy: it' :
was not over thrco f?:ot high, oxcopt in places that !
had been well manured where it grow moro vigrt- !
roualy, and nomo waa apokcu of that waa nearly' ;
seven foot high. Thu scrubby cotton is generally
considered tho moss prolific, aa tho strength of
thc plant is dovulopod in tho increased number of
bolla, and is not wasted in tong stalks which rlohl
hut hi tlc fruit.
Along tho whole lino of the railroad the effects
ur tho rain aro noticeable, but particularly in tho
he. oiled water couraoa, which' hound madly along
as if exulting ill their ut rona;'li. . 1 ho I'on car cn
Uiver nnd thc smaller streams thai aro crossod by
Iho railroad mo booming, and in.sonia cases AheLr
hanks arc completely biddon hy thoj water. I No
Iroshets aro reported cn lilia route, but III oilier
sections nf tho emm t ry tboro aro rumora or bridges
.icing - wept away by tho rise. A short distanco
'nun KillCSVillo, lind n tom hundred yards from thu
nulroad, ?a Stony Hill Plantation, now being cul?
tivated ay Mr. il. L. jEFFuns, who wonano of tho
iriiin movers iu thu barbacu? givou in Hitit acct Ion
last vveck. Mr. JKKF'IUIS has a mudd plantation,
md (huugli not employing moro than tbirty-flyo
lo forty hands, his Holds show tho result ot1 caro,
md prnmiso an abundant harvest. On tho plan
lation is a school for tho br unlit of tho freedmen,
ivhich ia taught by a colored woman (rom Clurloa
ton. (j real in lurent ia taken in the cause of odu
L-atiou, and tho nttondanco in rogular. Tho ne?
groes aro hired by tho month for ninney wages,
ivhich lian hoon thought bettor than tho contract
system, while tho school is an outside enterprise,
iud is fm untied at tho expenso of Mr. JBFTEBS. ,
JOIH?H'S, or tho National Hotel, i at Co-' .
lumbla, ia a largo woodon building erect?
ed lor the purpose, and Hituatcd near
tho Dopota of tho Orconvillo and Charleston
Railroad*. It is under Ibo control of Mr. lt.
JOINED, nnd tho woary traveller ia at once mado to
reel at homo, aa tho establishment is provided in
wory respect ?or thc accommodation ot its guests.
Although Columbia ia not a land Oowing with milk
ind bonny, tho chango lo country fare Is .very re?
freshing, while tho puro air, elnar water and ab?
sence of mosquitoes aro proofs that tho seaboard
lian'been loft somo distanco bobind.
Columbia atill allowa the ravagos ol Suiinii AN'S
?ol il ici), and though Homo. improvements-have
bren mndu and munn lioaace rebuilt,' tbo gap
caused by tho burnt district is almost tho' samo,
l in1 first sign of life on approaching tho placo is
tho animation displayed, by tlio (mokinea at tlio
1 tepid, they inako tho air vocal with their crios of
Ibis wav fur Nickeison'a, Joiner's, Tho --Nd tjuta ni
Hotel, Shiver fjouso, icc., oach of (hom promis?
ing to toko tho passenger to bin HotelprtrlthoUt i
any extra charge. As tho .hackauw of Columbia
arc a numcroua body it appears singular that they
should convoy their passengers to and finn i ? the'
Depot free of charge, but it is ovou so, each Hotel
strives for thc niaatt-. y.and thia plan hoing started
by ono WOB soon int.Jo goucraj, miigb Jo Hie sa t ia.;,
lafncliou of travellers who thereby save the jr
greenbacks, j, j !.". Jj? )}, \\ J
A stroll through tbb streets of Columbia rio-1
mom talon tho fact that tho pooplo havo not boon
idle, now buildings havo been orocted, and from
tie) huatlo and onierprlao othiuitod. thoy'evidAnt-!'
ly expect a good business Beacon. Tho largo whito
building at tho comer of Main and ilridgo streets,
known ns ll UDELL'S, is now occupied by that
merchant, and the large ol orr?' on. dm drat tyrxirls
stocked with.every vurlcty of dry goda*, .'air.C.
A. BEDELL ja an old merchant of Columbia, am},
though ono nf tho heaviest sulferors by SHEBM ynV j
raid, has displayed a degree of energy that" lias
eaiim il him lo riso above hit misfortunes.
Higher up Main,alre?t'the earoo t.ApUyi'y has
been shown, and BOTorel largo 'gintys aro now in
precess ol crcctlo.i, ThoBoaro fl?elv finished with
iron frontB, and when completed will bo among tho
ornaments of tito caty. .Tho nu rchc?fB of Colum?
bia! du not complain <}i iaacUvIiy,hud though tho
tr.uln ia by HO nioaqa brink tho fannrrs ai.il freed?
men (rom Ibo coiint^'aj^.^pBtrojaally; visiting tho
city tn purchaao timmi Indispensable anielo. Mr.
C. F. JAOKSOK, well knovm;iiithl> OTia^caton pub?
lic, has a line H lore on Muin afreet,'add disposes of
Iiis dry gooda with the sanio urbanity that marked ?
IIIH oaroer on King street In duya geno by.
Tho J'lurnix is etil! tho bird of Columbia, and
exorcises, under the control of frlond HELOT, almost
aa much influonce os tho famed United 8t.atcs
Kati,., It curries the nows to overy household,
ami Uko Noah's dove, bringa a groon bick to iU
master. Hom from tho ashes of Columbia, the
rim nii ia connected with tho city by tics that ave
inseparable, and if it keeps paco with tho march
ol progress now prevalent, will soon brco.no ono'
of tho most influential dallies in tbo State. ? lu ?.,
rvotwithstanding tim flory onloal through which
Colombia baa paused, bar poopla have displayed a
dogroo of ?nergy and activity that render the're?
construction of'tim city but a maller of Unio. Tho
progress already made* ia a proof that they nco
dntormlnod to houp and doing, wldlo'op|or im?
provements aro contemplated that will even make
tlio Capitol of tho Btoto what sho Was before tho'
loroli waB applied. ?. , , ',;.
THE AiinusTA CosinrrunpNAi^rrr.lB getting un
eany. lt ?a nlraid other anil younger anti-rocon
atniclioiiist Jounialu will carry away tba laurols
which of right belong to lt. Il says': ''Many Jonr"
nalu now oqual or surpass us. in denurijOjktJon of
tho wrongi ?nd wo can eiTbrd to soo tbcBO frosh
battalions mah pell-mell into tho fray and ovon go
a length beyond us in tho cl/argo! It ia no moro
than rali1 that they should have o; chanco1 toox
hlliit thoir 7.oal anil rohusiUndo. Bo this as it
may. thone now rccmlta can novor out-rival au old
combatant in fervor and keen appreciation of pro
fossiorial ToapoeL .
. . .-77T? i~
Tho Washington ?art says : "Tho chancea of
(louerai WASH IT. LAMOH, lato District Marshal,
aio Aid lo bo exceedingly good for tba Postmaster
OunoraLshlp, abould there bo a chan yo there.
I I: I TI:H KHUM Tilts < HAST.
[FIIOM OUU OWN CO Hil EH PONDENT.]
' JOHN'S ISLAND, B. C., August 27.
Editor Charleston Dally News: ? .,
'Thu famo of MonniBon! has rcachod us. Not
Un o H g h the medium of Hi o newspaper-for that
convenient commodity is scarcely orer HOOU on
tho leland.-but horno on the winga of the whis?
pering winds. Originals liko tho zealous AI, aro
not alto' - -Hier confined tb tito limits of your tlro
goppod city ; tboy aro scattered all oror thia brood
land, only awaiting opportunities to draw thom
out. "No Jacks hore I" for tnstonco, has passed
into a by-word with us of this tonoly lalo, and is
mado uso of on orory occasion, In ?easou and out
of it, varied only now and thou by tho mure mu?
sical, ."No Neds now." ? I snpposo, Uko othor fool?
ish snatuhcB of h pooch, they will bavo tboir day.
Who does m.t'remember "bully boy with the glass
eye," ol years ago, and othor notions of an equally
scnsolcss stamp? "Bully" bi still kicking, and tho
next lexicographer will havo to furnish a standard
definition for it.
Tho occasion that brought thoso Amt montlonod
Bnyings to life, dates from tho days of registration
on tho Island. Tho aspiring citizen, announcing
it as bia well wcigbod Intention to bo known
honcofurih and forovor sifter- undor tho pithy ap?
pellation of Jack Joy font, was < instantly lowered
lu bis lofty design,' before ho could get tho coguo
nion half out, by a stentorian, "No Jacks haro I"
And'if over a republican brother desired to figuro
in tho annals of his country's history aa Mr. Ned
Mixwortb, ho was nuro to bo woefully annihila ted
by a deprecating and awe-inspiring, "No Neds
now I" Tho4 po?r ?Jacka, and' Joes; anil Nods
scorned certainly sadly diacomllttcd, and woro
a mott - wretched looking sot of ' citizens
iniloed. All Harrys woro ruthlessly swept Ironi
tho faconf natnro, and tho' Tonoya banished tho
earth. The Taffeye Just managed to pass tbo try?
ing ordeal. For it was oonoluded, that, a man
being christened Tailby--aa all Ta (Tey M woro and
tboy know it, being prosout at tho timo-and no
other nemo hoing availablo without researches in
profano history, why, Tn Hoy would do, tho Taf
ruyn might pass, and tho Tailbys cauio off tri?
omphant: And lastly, ton thin' Ti o a il, will all Africa
boroby tako nydlco that if BOISO heir of a kingdom,
provinco, dukodom, military district, town, villa
or plantuUuii, lu 'tiloso injas'raatio logions in BO
journing among us, bis identity, if registered,
alight ,bo affected by tliis iiianlpulation of natnds
ol' which Congress'bas not tnkou duo action,
nuit ber is Ibero any rocord in tho national archived
Another ,wpok of; .almost 'incossaut rim ha:
passed, loaring tho roads in tba lower parts ol
tho island in a most wretched condition,- without
hridgos and in .litany-instances OOH sorted iatc
water cou rube. - Tho vory nenn ty drainage of" thc
plantations begins td toll?n thu Heids. Many ol
tho cotton plant? in tho hut tum lauds aro olthei
entirely ruined, or run up into red-shanked anr
baro umbrella cottons, plants which bear a sparst
fruit close to tbo top, The beat colton Heida, undci
tho old and thorough system of working, aro foal
becoming wastes and fever swamps for ?? ?? ?
drainage. Too tn??w *.*.? as skipped over ol
scralebed ; tho work on tho cotton lands
and iu fact all lands, m many cases, was not begun
carly onougb, owing in a great dogroo to tho tar di
Doss of owners, to bo candid, in making contracta
ond lacks tbo close attontlon to detail to pul
it in coudition 'to produce. Fertilize ni an
Hot known hero. Tho rich marah ma
nure, which oidy requires to bo moved ishort dis
ts nen, has not boen mado uso of. Two of tho natu
ral udvantagos of the island bavo been turned to no
count. The heavy Jane minn injured oar cotton ti
a very limited extent. Ram? or, Iks mont rorwan
bebb, show stalky io bo num. but a good doal o
that must bi laid to tho grasa, which, not b?ta)
vom..ved in timo, burned tho cotton and destroyer
thu lower Icavoa aa weU'as'fiuit. Passing alon)
tho high run!, I noticed that in ono Hold out c
threo tho groBs is at odds with the cotton. In
tolligont and industrious colored mon will poin
you oui particular nelda on every plantation
neglected and mn to graas, ac belonging to ba
niggers, as tboy havo it. Tboy say thean drone
refuse to bo adviecd, and prefer running to tow:
and to speeches to.hoeing thoir Holds. I myee!
hnvo met those tbat argued that grasa had noll:
iug whatever to do with Ibo prosperity of tho col
ton plant, ind- that tho - only reason why it wa
kept out of tho land waa to make It look mor
"doaatant." I hayo to encounter, the colored ena
yet, who, in Inn NR'opinion, did not know a
about plantation work and management, or whoa
crop waa not tho beat. Yet it needs only the ne
of ono's oyua to dm satisfied of, tho mintrary. ; Til
so?-callcd'foromcn on tbe places' aro hated occori
ing to their alt emu tu at advine; and nug grist ion
Ky erv mad Beanie ready'wi th Borne twisted idea i
tim Bureau to defend his right to do things in h
owu> slouchy way; and if th? coming winter an
spring will show that the colored people of John
Island need tho assistance of Northern bo nevi
lenco aa much Beevor, tho question aa to the ui
fuliiOHB of that inBtitation will bo seriously ask?
Unjust and unreasonable as tho old system
labor bas boon, wo lin vg, sinon cutting Inonu fro
it,1 seen nothing but a helpless, drifting into i
irregalar and ' unstable dianna!. The onion
man's ??ba of tbo necessity of work ia in manyi
stances cnn lin od to tho raining of cuni and awe
potatoes,..' In spite of contracts, he, on this ?alan
is badly remiss in tho thorough culturo of bia cc
ton fleltlri,"ovon whore,no qxeuse/of .Lack of proi
sidns can bo advanced. . -,,..
There is a gonoraland oagor inquiry as to tl
r a jo of interest at which capital might bo had i
the admission (probabloj of tba'State in tl
Union, and if thors is any likelihood ot. its lin dh
ito way southward in tim o to bo neil t the plan til
interest. Thc nlnnnltis per contigo now chaxg
ls nothing ?hort of ruin o un. And although t
Wealthy planter of the lowlandi waa mulei In,
inconsiderable amount B. ia formerdaya Cor lack
proper business qualification and application, t
present raiu of interoet, the extremo scarcity
money, and the consequent tardinaaB of fiotcr a
grocer in town', begin td'open his' eyes to 1
moving c ana rs of all this. Tho New York a
foreign monoy articles ore closely scannt il, a
the quoslion aakod if monoy ia to bo bad at I
North at 4 and 5 per cont., and la actually glut li
the Europoau marketa, hoing refused at Ame!
dam at 9], and oven lower, what roaaons oxiat
innl>o. it so acareo hero, wboro millions of doll
in i eal catato aro ready to bo pledged for Us hlg
romunorativo uso. Wo can raise that which b
tho North and Europo, thoso two pursy capitall.
eagerly wagt. Will tboy not, in their own in
cst, supply na the moana to raiao it? 1 Will t
not rolax their unfounded suspicions ot foul d
?nan ? Willing to pay a round rato of interest
want monoy, when we know we oau turn it to g
accjeunbr-tbat is, mal winier. And now ia
tinto to say it. 1 Labor 'bills will bavo to be.
wi tli cash. Tho fi nnduiai i will bo iu a posit io
Acland that. Having mado lila own oom
lenkt enough lo but bini, till high oummer
bankor will bare to atop in instead of tho gro
Lu tur will,.want to buy ita own provisions,
your supply atoros will bo doaortod,
[ Tho proverbial Improvidence, ot the nopro
di ?numil tho means of inyegtraenU other thar
tho nccoaaarioB of lifo. Tho thing which paid ;
labor thia season ho haa. ? I Yr'naps, late In tho 1
mer or at cotton picking timo, li0 will bo road
return, to tin u year '? sys tom again, and etch
moll for muscio; but BO long' aa hla corn and 1
lock keep binn from want, hla labor can onl
h s nj for money, A long credit at your march
s to tu wiUdo your work-no longer. Monoy, it
fora,'must bo mado to seek our cities, nudo 4.
bible to Uto industrial internals, and the
o rc i ky groove? of i udna try will noon weat BU
ami f-lng thu pleasant songs bf prosperity.
' Tliero bj .a wild ory of oater pillar from om
1 of Um leland (0 tho oilier, Threo 'wooka ag
? erb similarly regaled. An old planter, and gt
o flit! or In Ibo de fen en of this nolghlnvhoou
so much decoivod then by rumors coming In t
flatland roHnttV upon him, that ho offer od. t
ob bli fir being in his own fl old, although hi
' not Hoon them tin rp. HocnliocUng mnpaaon,
.toi;, thlt bo might compromise his s tandi1
church, hodldnot commit himself, anil Bivrx)
re puta lion and monoy. Tho'iaiigh waa ap
him then; to-day I found in' his field ft tho-,
'gf owing eoUotiW mu. On my way hom? I ti
into to feral fields, and saw with (llama; the
lent m g work of th ooo,hungry Insect*. Field:
word a ?ha nilma 01 coptic .1 to tho reigning rule
ddlcnce, aro fae t going to dc s true Hon. Ono da
fl rest o turn t\h?m,proarperoua and promis i n g, lt
unsightly collection nf gra/lah, groen skell
It makes one's heart eoro to look'at lt. Bidln;
another fluid whore- their ravages aro Just begiii
ning, I noticed ?int thone doinona apem to rally nu
for mutual protootiou against an attack in round
columns-say in circumforouco ton to Uflueu root.
They BCOIU to move together uS by coucort, throw- j
big out Iboir akirmiabcra aa wo human liulrde
mona did tbrco yeera gouo by. Wherever they go
their work in done only too thoroughly, leaving
nothing but bara alalka and ribs of foliage in their
What a wail will thoro go up from tho South if |
this plague is wide-spread. How unfit au nceoni
panimont to tho Joyotta aoutt'la nf tho bella of Ibo
Nm timm thanksgiving day. Little did I dream
when I commoncod tl.oao jottings that I could
aland out against tho universal report no longer.
I was an unbeliever. Now my conviction is made
doubly miro by tho aigbt of tho caterpillar in it's
different stageu of dovolopmeiit beforo me. Tho
?li i ny black cocoon, twico tho length, of., n cotton
seed, already elinga to Ibo loaf willi cjinractoriatic
tenacity. From it a small groen worin ia born,
beautifully marked with black mid white H|>OIH.
As it gains ita Aili growth; tbcao apota only remain
to docorato a yellowish stripe, a sixteenth of nu
inch wide on each aide of tho caterpillar, while n
deep black band runs dowu ila back, intersected
longthwiso by exquisito whlto. stripes, one, a very
Quo silky ono, being exactly in tho centre. There
aro Ovo of tlicao delicately interlacing lines alto?
gether-two coarser ones on each side being cluso
together in pairs, and Ibo tl fib ono oipially dist.ml
from tho others, mid in tho middle. Experienced
islanders can tell their prosonco in a Held by tho
faint bonny emol? which they dilTnsc. And Ibis
exceedingly handsome worm ia thu rapacious de?
stroyer of a wbolo year's anxious shirting aud
work. Can ProfuBsnr AUABMZ explain bow fur
ita beauty make's up for Ibo immeasurable, depth
of woo it prepares? ' A.
KvdtsTB U'ION.-Thc following is tho is bolo ntuii
ber registered in Chcraw Precinct :
Whites. Colored. I
August IS.!.14 1D5
August IC.21 7il I
August 17.'JU li? I
August 19.23 00 I
August 20.14, 3 I
August 21.2" ll I
August 22.15 6 I
Total...Iii; 3C2 I
Whites unable to sign their names.:li
Colored uuablo to sign thor mimes.312
Total. .377 [
I Chem m Advert her.
Hi lOISTltATION. -We uro indebted lo Messin. T. J.
Coghlan and J. J. McKollar, for thu following
registration returns :
ri. AY KU'S OB068 no AI?.
[Sumter Walchmun. I
ltroiHTnAITON.-Wo aro iudobtcd to tho Itcv. W. I
H. Mingleturv lor tho following item of nowa :
(ilium's Pull- White?.42 I
(livens Poll Hincks.30
Cedar Swamp-Whites. !. I
[ A'iiiyalrrc Slur. I
llEOISTBATION.-TllO following ia UlO ag),regain
number registered for thc district up to dato:
Bantoo. . 'lit W
Waccamaw. M D49
j Bhtck Uiver, Pco Doo and Carvers' May iiot boord J
from. Of tho abovo only sixteen colored Bignell
their name i ; of thu white's, Uro wore unable to do I
IIEOISTRATION.-Tho following reports have beim
binded to us of tba progress of the registration .
sinco our Inst,publication : j
At Ridgoway the total number registered ia- j !
WW'ca. CH I
lllacka.287 ' I (
Blacks . .101 ,
DUBUAM'H. I !
Blaoka.? .. 0 (
Whitoa. 04 I.
Blacka. .-.18C V
Total blaoka.580 .
Ou yesterday tho registration waa commenced
in Winiislioro, and thu largo attendance of colored
visitors i mlle a ted a considera! >lo zeal on tho pr.rt ,
of thia, ?lass of our peopl u ? in availing Uiomsels es. ?
bf their right. Wo had no advices np to tho date I
of publication, bul the registration waa progroBS- I
lng quietly and .with good order.
r.f*uir./tcid Herald. IJ
HEH is rn ATKIN. -Tho following singular result of I '
yesterday's registration lu thia city is, wo s enture I
to say, unparalleled and unprecedented in the |
records of registration in any otbor district in tho 1
Southam Slates. It lathis : Whites, 73 ; colored, I
73. . Dilatory parsons entitled to lofrlstor, within
tho time prescribed-two.day?,moro, wa balievu- 1,
ought to do so at once. - Cvlunit;ia Phatnix,
llEOISTBATION.-Hog isl ra Lion ia going on very j
?iuJotly in Spartanburfr Dlalnol. \ve havo hereto
uro published returns only from tbs Board of |
which Ham url T. Poi u i er is Chairman; tho other I
two Baarda wo hara not beard from. Tho precincts
roported to this date aro aa follows : Iii sings v ibo, I.
whites 04. blacks Sf); total 132. Glenn Springs,
wlntes 103. blaoka 100; total 203. Pack, dot tu,
Whites BS, blacks G7; total 162, Tho reporta here?
tofore given aro from tho lowor half of tho Dis- I
trict; the Upper part of the District will giro a
milch largor proportion of whitoa.
[Carolina Spartan. I
DEATH or DB. JAUES BBASLKY-This vene ruble I
oltizen died at bis [residence ' near thia villa gu on ]
the li 1st, inst., in tho 7Bth year of his ago. |
' Dr. Bradley was a native of thia Di. tru't and a l
descendant of the first settlors by that namo who' I
oooupied this soc lion of oonnlry. He waa a gentle
mau of fine intelligence, with a strongly, marked
character, of inrinlnitabln will, great perseverance, 'I
an'original and independent .thinker, be - always
formed his own opinions, which bo. adiiorrcd to 1
with tmflaggiug tenaoity, eachowing anything Uko I
a temporising policy. He took a doap interest lo
tho public affairs of tho country, and was bold and
fearless in the expression of his Tiows, aha had
bean a prominent citizen of tho Diatriot for? great
many years. .
Be leaves a largo number df relatives ind friends |
lin '.thia and Sumter District, who will regret to
learn of bia death.-A'inoaircc Sfar. , I
EXTORTS FBOM Tura POST ron TOS VI SU CMDINO I
SsyrziTBXB lart, 1807.-The following report of ox
ports from Ooorgotown for tho year will bo inter- I
(sling to our mercan tilo readers,., Tho contrast j
st i th tho dnte-bcUuth periods ts rory striking. Tho [
number ot balea of cotton shipped from this port
beforo tho wac waa Boaraely lesa than 52,000 balun,
and tho number of Herr?n ?frico about 50,000,
being from ala loton times tho Quantity, of tho I
.present figuras, i ho destructivo (jflurU of reeuu- I
Btmellbn drice hot tend to improve tho oommor- I
elsi proapeetn, under a -Ubor system now being'I
fast domontod hy political aspirations to the nog:-1
loci of a proper nao' of bone and si now. Wo can I
only hope a tucky nay may bo breaking for na:
Bate? Cotton ....8,600
Barrels Roain. .......V.. .9.&00
Barrels H pi rita Tmrpontlno. .-il.J ....... - 8,000
Bioo In thorough, bushels.10,000
Sawed Lumber, number of feet.... i.'H. ...10,600,000
Timber, numbor cd feot..000.000
Jlanela'Tar...'.. .TV..'.'... ...300
Shingle*, number of M.... iM ..1. .v. ''.ll .780,000
[OcorgctotDii Times, I
. Tuji WEATTiru.-Wo liavo hail tain iii ahiitnlance,
though not emough to do material darhago M tho'
crops. Qom, where propeily worked, ia.primo.
Cotton, whiro not conquered by "gonoral green."
la making 'wnod' too fast j but whbro ''pntrrhl
RToOa'! K?l tly? upper hain), it will bo aa hard, to
reconstruct aa wo conqnored JODB aro. A, thrifty
wood (. ?catr?or/ evdt'WeU nHeif with froit, but if fl
ehonld be moderately dry from now on, fruit wdl
nuke woU. It ia tno gcoora.1 opinion .that otu.
dlnblel tvin'nVtVcTajii ariiplo supply nf broads tull?
Inls year,-Chemic AiU'triiter. il .lil .'?
! Tar. Btes HABrv*asr\--.We nndoratand a few of
our'plantera will probably commonco tholr harvest
thU tMk, if thcTwemther permito/Trtii ob, ?; p r o?
ser*, awma rrnlt?'Tinr^Ulng. Wo trust tho
?Je?! month willi bufttm favdremo, fOT it would be
? calamity, bndf>aoVto loae mueh.'of, tho labora of
U.ol-oarinawothjxvoat,-(*co'-;7f'oien l\me$. m
Tlx RxxoTTlOSs,- Our caUi&ablo: linriffhts re?
ceived peremptory instructions from the Comp
treller-vlorioral to collect forthwith upon all Tax
StelnUona lodgod. In bia offLoe. Jae Is thas ro
c tautly. compelled to prooaed immedla' \Uv
agaf m t all Oo&ultr m. Mrmh coat may be ? tved
however, by prompt attention' lo tho matter, and
he desiree na to urco partied to paymont, alnco
there u no lobttoi dffiaAtlen wllb; bim.. .
We eftfiriot but relaid ?i)cb an order, at thu par
tlenltrjunoluro, ?a ,)p?t?at???, il, not oppreaalvo .
We ooppoao, howarerTtba* thore la.reaeao for it,
and bono the pooplo will teaporad as promptly as
'TA WaUTmial-Vi> aro reeelving tho full hen efl t
of tho doff dava ra an abondance ot rain, with a
sultry atmoephoro, stifling In Ita effocta, and oner
vating in thu extremo. Whon wu do sou tho ami,
it possesses n piiiiuonuy nickoniug ttl ntiimnl lifo,
lim Tall of rain, ur lulu, liaa liouu onorinouH, anil
it linH been nu iittt-r ini|)OriH?bilily for thu planter
tu onro bia fodder. Wo mulei stand III itch ol it han
been lost in ennncipienec of thu continued damp
wualhor. - (lturijrtotcH Time*.
TuiKVES A li HOAD.-On Wednesday night last,
nc vci .ii il wc III m; houses in Ulis plac? wore cn to red
by thieves. Fruin uno suvoral articles of valuo
woro token. They left no chlo. Again, on Batur
day uiuht. wo loarli, a successful robbory WBB com?
mitted. 'Tho thief entered a storo houso and car
riud nil i.un ie forty ilollnrs. Wo bcliovo, in thin lu
munee, ovldotico 'has Iud to thu arrest of ono or
more color.nl citi/.uiiH.- I'luraw Adcvrliaa:
RKVIVAI_Wo leam fruin a friend that quito an
inte: i st inj; revival is iii progress at FrioudHhip
Church, about two miles rrotn Ohestcrllold C. H.,
ululer thu charge of thu Hov. Mr. Kady. Several
dud joined thu church, anti thom had boon sumo
00 n vern MI n?.-t'lurnw Advertiser.
u,i - 'Mu- Heintii CH, Friends amt Arqunlnt
nuccs ur Mr. TIKIS. COFFEY, and Mrs. Many Cosratv.
arc reataretftllly in vile.1 to ottend his Funeral Services,
at his late residence. Nu. Ht) i-.ni Hay, at Four o'clock
Thit Af (tritium. 1? August lui
MAGULLAR. WILLI? 4 PARKER,
Manufacturers, .Tobin vs & Rotarian)
FINE AM) M Min TM
CORNER OF HASEL [STREET,
a l-l A. TI ia R s rr o N s. .
.inly '17 Imo
jlfaVTirE 'ATTENTION Ol' THE FIRE DE
PABTMEM I' ls esllsd tn the f, dinwing regulations :
- Auy Volunteer Eugine rnuniuK ou any payment lu
either thu Upper cr Lower Wards, wheru tho street ls
liv, ,1. shall pay a rino of Kiny Dollars, and suy Ward
Qigin? committing thc samo nr?ence their pay ?hall bo
itupped. Tim nam? rule ehall he sppt'rsble to Ibo
Every Volunteer Eng lue Comiiany shall have either
bells or s gong atUcbcd In their Englno or It, el, and Ibo
?ame shall not bo inutile,I, ell her going or reluming
'1 eui an alarm cf Ure. 'Hie aa m a rulo shall be applica?
ble to Ward Engines, but uo Engine abell return from a
ire. faster than a walk.
N<> two Mouin, ri- shall work at the aaiuo Kim Will.
Don Volunteer Hand Engine may draw water from same
Well where a Steamer ls drawing: and if two Hand ?u
jinoa aro at a Firo Wulluo Steamer shall be allowed to
lien tho name.
Two or moro Sleiuiera may draw water from a Drain
Pit. B. M. STROtlEL.
Alignai 00 Clerk and Snp't.
?Oar NUTICE T 1 MARINEI.H.--C ATTAIN..
UND PIT,ttl'.; wishing to aucbor their vrsselslu Atbloy
River, aro requested aol lo do no anywhere within direct
rulgu of Um booda ol tho SAVANNAH 11AILBOAL
WHARVES, ou tho Charleston and KL Andrew's able ct
tho Ashley Uiver; by which precaution, contact with the
Rufuuarluc Telegraph Cable will lie avoided,
b. O. T?BNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Cbarleatou, February 6, Wit.
U?" A YOUNO LADY RETURNING TO H Bi il
country homo, after a sojourn ufa low moni ba in t'. J
city, was hardly recognized by ber friends, in place I
a cbarae, rustle, flushed race, abe hail a sufi ruby cou
plokion of almost marble smoothnean, and malead .
Iw ' 11 ty . ttire. abe really appeared but eighteen. Upon in
11 ii Icy mi tn the causo, of so great a change, abo pUlul,'
told them thal abo used the CIRCASSIAN BALM, ?cd
roiiFtdcrod ll an invaluable acquisition to any lady's toilet.
Hy ito use any Lady or Gentlemen can improve their per
sonal appearance an bundled fohl. It la simple lo ll ?
combination, sa Nature herself la simple, yot unsurpasa
edin Ila efficacy In drawing Impurities from, also beal
lugj cleansing and beautifying the,kin and complexion,
By ita direct iclfou cm the cuticle it draws from lt all its
impurities, kindly bealing the aame, and leaving the sur,
far* as Notare inten dod lt should be-clear. Soft, a moot b
and] beautiful. Price,*!, sent by Mad or Express, on ra.
colit of an order, hy
W. U CLARK A CO., Chemists,
' No. S West layette hi rent. Syracuse, N. Y
'lim only Amortcan Agents (or the salo of tko same.
af arch 30 .ly
AtT BATO HELO R'S HAIR DYE.-THlb
SPLENDID it AIR DYE lt tho best m tho world. The
only frur and ptrfecl Dye-harmless, reliable, Instan
Union?. ' No disappointment. No ridiculous tints.
Natural Blank nr Brown. Remedios tbs 111 r 1 rec is of Ha*
Dy?f. Invigontea tho bair, leaving ll aoll and lieanlihtl,
The) genuino ls signad li'illieun A. Balththr. AU others
aro piero imitation!, and should bo avoided. Sold by aU
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, No. SI Larch y
strcht, Now York.
?fr BEWARE HF A COL'NTKIlFEtT.
omhrr 10 i ty
ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTtl'IOIALi HU
EYES mado to order aud Inserted by Dr*. F,
UAdcil ?nd P. QOUOLEMANN (formerly employed by
RoiieoKSKATJ, of Parts 1, No. MO Broadway, Now Vor?.
NEW Y O Fl IC .
A. Al LOW.
ti LIV 1.(1 EL OORDON.
R. ni cm ri KN ii KN.
PBlV.lt O. CORNELL.
Hon) WM. KELLY.
WM] H, TIHDAXK,
OILJ L. BEEOKMAN.
J Ott J A. RPR AO I IK.
RUFUS R. ORAVES.
ALEX. V. BLAKE
J A Ml h H. NOYES.
WM JO. FOWLER.
SAM?!, B. OAIJWF.l.L
N. H! UENTLEY.
WMJP. PREN nop.
J. ni FHOTHINOHAM
or niBEOTomi :
|t. H. FROTHINOHAM.
OEO. L. WILLARD.
H. E PIERREPOINT.
OEO. P. TUlfMAE.
iTHOH. T. UUOKLEY.
HENRY A. SWIFT,
JAR. H. PRF.MTKJE
GEO. L. NICHOLS.
J. W. FROTHINOHAM.
WM. C. SKELDON.
IOLIVRH H. CARTER.
LEWIS B. LODER,
J. T. B. MAXWELL.
K7.KA P. PRENTICE.
Il KN J. HICKS.
, omotas :
QEOTtOE L WILLARD, President,
o. H. i io ii HON. Vioo President.
C. ii. FLYER. MocreUry and Actuary.
THE PLANS FOR BUSINESS FOR TUPI INRTITTJ
TIOjl aro very liberal and atlracUve to tboao who wUli
to Insure their Uves in a FIRST CL \BS COMPANY. Ita
bu.! nasa I? very, largs and rapidly increasing, All tho
'varfoiia kinda of policlos ero Insu red 00 as favorsblo
tcinni ea aro offered In any other good Company In the
oounlrr. DIVIDEND8 lacrease with Ute aga of thc
Policy. Koh-partldpatmg rates aro lower than those of
any Company In the world. Losses paid in thirty days
after'due notioo and proof of death. Mooral arrange?
ment* mado In regard to travel. One-third ot the amount
of premium will be loan -d tho policy-holder if desired.
I J. ALrtlED CAY, General Agent,
Ofllon In mr ol Elmore Insurance.
' July 13 ' nluthSmo Law Range, Brood street.
THE CAROLINA TIMES, ,
PdBLISIIBD AT VU Mtu Kill nu c. |J
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES TnitODOUODT THF
middle porUon of Ute Stale, ?nd offers the beat
I sc lillie s for ad vc rll ?era. February 31
aw CONSMNKEH l'KU KTKAM Hil 11' CHAM.
riON, arr DO ll Bril that alie ls discharging Cargo ni
.Vigor's .South Wharf, nooda n mailling ou thc Wharf al
Inn? I, will li? /miifirWy stored at owners' rink anil in
penne. STREET num il mts k CO.,
August W ? sam ?a.
?r K8TATK NOTIOK.-ALL PKB80N8 ll AV?
INO claim? against thu ?slalo of thc lalo SAMUEL FOX
WORTII. will prosont thc aanic, linly attcaUul, Ui WIL?
MOT tl. DESAUSSURE, KaqM No. '.'3 Broad alrcct.
ntisrlcston. Ami persons tmlrbtcd to thu estate will
make parment to him. M A lt V J. FOXWOUTtt.
August 16 Cl Kiccutrlx.
?aT CH1KF QUAJlTKKMASTIiU'S OFFICE,
SECOND MII.ITAItV HIM UH 1. Null I ll AMII SOUTH
CAROLINA. CHARLESTON, S. C.. AUGUST 17,HJ?7.
IF..?.LUD P lloros AUS will bu ruerlvud at thin ?Mee
until 13 o'clock M. on Jfomiuy, tho Kith day of Septum
isr. 1B07, al which ttmo thry will hu opened, for thu pur
'base of tho following property, viz:
Wrork ur .trainor BOSTON, In Aahr|Hio Uiver.
Wreck of itcatnor UEO. WASUINOTON. lu Coossw
Wreck of steamer CHASSEUR. In Scull Clock.
Wreck ul steamer llANDOLPll. tn Charleston Harbor.
Wreck of stvsmor ET1WAN, in Chsrtaslou Harbor.
Wreck of steamer UUllV, In I.in Ul House Inlet.
bidders will ?talo tho amount odored for each wm k.
rho wrecks will bo sold separately ami to thu highest
ildiler, unless such bid bo dermod unreasonable.
Pn>i>osals mint lie stressed lo the undersigned, and
narked "Proposals for purchase of wrecks."
R. o. ir um,
bri vet Majar-aeucral, Chlcr Ojuarturtnaster,
Deputy y ll ar lorn mi teri I on. ral, U. H. A.
Allguat IB 25
g^1^?****?-***^- J. . _
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN VE.UIS.
[.laboratory. No. IO Crosby street. New York.
3000 Iluiea, Hollies anti Flasks manufactured dally.
.TOLD lt Y ALL VHUUttlSIS KVF.itY WUKMi
.. COSTAR'S " BALES DEPOT,
No. 484 BROADWAY, NEW TIIHK,
Vhere tl, ts to IG sires aro put up for Families, Stores
Ihlps, Boats, Public Institutions, Ar., kr.
It ls Indy wonderful tbs conQdeuro that ls now had lu
very lunn of Preparations that romes from " L'ostar's "
"COSTARS" EXTER all N ATO IIS-For Itala. Mire,
loaches. Auls, Ate,, Ac. "Only Infallible re misty known."
'Not dangerous to thu human family." "Hals roma out
ir thulr holes lo dis," lie.
..COSTAR'* " lilli).H Uti EXTERMINATOR-A liquid,
mt up tn tutUas, snd never known to tull
-CUNT A ll*" Kl, KC 111 IO POWDER-For Moths In
"urn and Wc. il lc nc. is tn val nil ile. Nothing call exceed ll I
or power and olUcacy. Destroys instantly all Insects on I
'Lauts, Fowls, Animals, Ac.
"COSTAR'S" DUCKTHOllN HALVE-For Cuts, Burns,
Youuds, Undara, Broken Bri asm, Soro Nipples, Piles in
ll forms. Old Sores, Ulcers, and all kinds nf rntatiroua I
ffectiuni. No family should bu without lt. Il uxcoadu
n efficscy al) other Salves in uso.
"COSTAR'S" CORN SOLVENT-For Corns. Bunions,
.. COSTAR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORAr?tJFull"itff?i
giMS-Boautifics Iks ?oilUllsV.'an.l' ls liicoioparablr tie
MO-ttyS u\?i\; now lo use. Ladles of las tu and position
?gard lt ss an essential to thu toilet. Au unprecedented
sic ls Its best rrcomniendsllou. lino bottle ls alway?
illowcd by moro, l i v it to know.
.? C03TAR'S " BISHOP PILLS- A universal Dinner
'ill (aug ar squated), and ol extraordinary eilleacy for Cos
Ivoners, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous and Sick ;
leadachu. A Pill that ls uow rapidly superseding all
"COSTAR'S" COUGH REMEDY-For Coughs. Cohls.
[oanMiness, Hore Throat, coup. Whooping Cough, Asth
ia, and all forms of 1 .nachtat, auil Diseases of tho
b mat aud Lungs. Address
HENRY lt. CHINTAH,
? I. 4SI BROADWAY, N. V.
IiOYV.'E & MO i sr.,
No. lill McciUnr street. op; mal lo Charleston Hut. I
?-OR EDI8T0 AND ROCK \ I ?. I. J
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPT. D. HOYLE.
tiriLL LEAVE. All ABOVE, FROM Null I'll AT?
TY 1.ANTIC WHARF, on .Vr/unlay Hominy. SUI. st
Ui-lum I ng I oar j Kilato un Sunday, at Uli o'clock
Freight received T'Ai? Day and To-Xorrov to bo pro
Far Freight or Passago apply on board, or to
JNO. H. MURRAY.
August M_S_Market Wharf.
FOR WRIGHT'S RLUFF
ND Abb INTERMEDIATE I. V MU M.s ON
THE 8ANTRV& RIVER.
THE LIGHT DRAFT STEAMER
MA.RI O 1ST ,
[JK/TLL RECEIVE FREIGHT ON THE 3D HEPTEM
V V DEB, sod tosTA with dispatch.
All freight mnst be prepaid.
For Freight engagements, apply to
August 07 Accommodation Wharf.
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP tal NE.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
GEO- B- UPTON.
>,,*-.-..-. WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION
x^JraliWidSWharf, Saturday. August 31st, at
ri3r???3?Sm For Frrigbt or I'aaaa^s apply to
Co rn or East Bsy and Adger's South Wharf.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
FOR NEW YORK,
THE NEW AND ELEGANT B1DEWHEBL STEAMSHIP
OHA J\?L PION,
Will, LEA VB FROM A Dil KR'S SOUTH WHARt*
on .SaiurJuy. August 31, at S o'clock. P. U.
Du?- All outward Fr?tant engagements must be mada
t tho offlcs of COURTENAY * TBENHOLM, No. ti
afar* Fer Passage and all rualtrrs connected with tho
award bnatnesa of tbs Ships, apply to STREET BROTH
IRS lt CO., No. 74 East Bay.
STREET DRUTHERS it CO., I .oouU.
COURTENAY k TBENHOLM, | *?oul*
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR UNITED STATED MAIL LINK.
?NE OF THE FAVOR1TB AND ELEGANT STEAM?
SHIPS SARAGOSSA, CIR AN ADA, WILL LEAVE
CAPTAIN O ROWELL.
r r-ri,. WILL LEAVE VANDERHORST'f
^KraygJWhtrfon.Vaiurifuy, August31,1BU7, at 8
l^SLitta-0 Hhipi^Ta inuit positively hand lo billa
if Lading on Friday afternoon by 6 o'clock.
Angas?*_ RAVENEL k CO.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE
VIA BEAUFORT AMD HILTON HEAD.
(TEAMER PILOT BOY.,. .CAPT. W. T. Mr NHL TY
ITEAMKH FANNIE.CAPT. F. I'ECh.
?NB OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WU,F, I.F.AVi
Charlea lon every if on. toy and Tkurtday Afora isca,
A 7 o'clock ; tad Savannah ow ry Wtdtutday and /Waa
ttormttft, at I o'clock. Touching at BlofRon on Mjw|
lay, trip from Charl cai ar. and Wtdtttday, trip frote
(avan?ai. , .,, .,
Yrvight reeeivsd dally (rom 0 A. Vf . to 5 P W . and
doma1 [roe of charge. HUI" '
AU Way Freight, also Blojrtoo Whir*-'?, moat ba ur* ?
For trcljbt or passage, apply lr ' ' -
JCdjK FERGUSON, AocramTanAallec
1 OLAOHOBN * C^NrrTGHAsfR,
. . - 1 Adenia, Baranna!.. Ol.
H. fa,_THROUGH TICKETS sold at tbs offloo of Ul s
Vganey in Cbarleatou to potntt on tba AUsntlei and Gnlt
llllroid and to VarMiadlna abd pol nb, on tba St Johna
airer. kUfoM I
??rCI)NHI(lNI''t>4 l'KH HTKAMHIIII* UM), ll.
Ul'!ON ?ro hereby nutlbrd Ulai ?hu ll Thit Itmjf die.
i t.nrninn carno at Accommodation Wharf. Gonda u H
ruiunvcd lieruro sinnet will bu stund al tliitlr rink un t
uipense. WILLIAM IIOA01I,
Aili' II .I 3D I
?*. H IC ll IH T II A T ll) N N () T I (J E. --Tills
IIOA11I) Ol' RKOlrVITtAUS for Iii? Seventh Precinct. Ri?.
Irlrl ?if Berkley. Parish nf si. Jaulen' Omma Cronk. w.U
liulil Un ir llnal session al ibu '.'mee Hoads l*oll uu Ilia
'.lilli, JOIti ami 9le)| Instaul. ami al thu Hickory lu ml l i li
on (hi: Sri, 3d nnil Oh day?. i .-uptcuibur. MOT.
Immediately U|i<in tho closo nt each ?uul seiwlon. ei d
at Ihr reapcctWo place? belar? namul, tho li?t of pareo*?
n ulKii r. il ?III I?, exposed flvo ilaye, at thu oiplrallon 'it
which timi' thu lloanl will eulin Hit for two days for ll o
ju nm"' 'i of rcTlaloii, i u rr.'rt 11 m ur aihlitlnu tn mn a
registry, lu coni|itiance with Paragraph XIX. OtmiTO
( Inlets No. ils, lloadiiuarterx Soroud Military Matriel.
IUCUARI) K. M Mi l IN.
Chatmiaii Doardof iiruiatraitim. seventh Prvciuci. llora.
Icy District, Parish Ht. Jemes' Oooeo Creuk.
August 28 tl
?riT-ui:oisTi;.vri(>N.- FOURTH PRECINCT ,
OOI.I.KTON DISTRKT.-THE HOARD Ol' REGISTRA.
Tl ON fur tho Fourth Prrrlnrl. HI. Bartholomews P?rish,
Cullctou District. Huutb Caroline. will hold Ils ircntii,
HCSHIOII SS follows, vir. :
At Jocksonboro Poll, September Sib and ('.th. l'or rr.
vision Krplonibrr Ililli auil nth
At Ahhrpoo Poll. Kcptonibcr Mb 10th sui! Util. Fi?
n vision September 19tb ami 'loth.
At Maple Tenu Poll, Srptambcr Ililli and Ulli. Fur
irrisi?n Sept.'tuber Xl rd anil Still.
Aa Um whole duty must bu purformod hy the 1st al
li. inlier, tho bo.iks will bo closed on Ihn 19th of Septem,
ti. v. lu order to romply with paragraph XIX. Ouioral
Order No. 06, Hoaalquar'ers Kooond Military Dlslrtcl.
giving ample time fur public InapoclloD and revlelou ot
tho lists. AU perrons qualified to rote nuder thu pro?
visions ur tho Act of Congress, iiasecd Sud March IHUT,
"Eutiilud au Art, lo provide lor Ibo moro clUoicul gov.
urnmout nf the Rebel Stalee," and the General Acts. Sui>
plcmculary thereto, aru Invited to appear heforu thu
Hoard fur Iteglstratlun.
Hours for slttlDg will hs from 9 A. SI. lo ti P. M.
J. K. TERRY,
Choirmau Dosrd of Registration Ith Product.
follet?n District, South Carolina.
August SQ G
LIST OF LETTERS
Romaiulng in tho Post?nico st Charlestoii. for tho we .lc
Hiding AUG 11ST '.?J, 1SG7. and ordered to bo printed
lu Tuc HAILI News, agreeably lo thu followlug srcUun ot
tho new PostolUca I .aw, as tho nnwepapur having tlui
largest circulaUou lu tho City ol Charleston :
SECTION 6. Aud be lt further enacted. That Hats of tat?
iara remaining uncalled for In any Post?nica in any etty
town or village, where a newspaper ?hall bo printed,
hall hereafter bc pubUshed onco ouly in thu uowepa|?-r
which, being published weekly or oftooor, shell have tho
arxoet circulation within rango of dellv?- --
>Hlco. - _ ktMUU| fur Lettern Adverttsed. shoul l
itsto thal they aro "Advcrtieod."
arr Onico hours from 8 A. M. lo G P. M. Ou Munday.,
rom 1'J.ail A. M. lo 1.30 P. M.
STANLP.Y G. 1IIOTT. Postmaster.
>. n Ana OuldamlUi, Mrs E O'Neill, Mary P
tones. Mary A Oliver. Amarlo
Minion. Mian G A Graham, Mrs Iber
liston, Nancy Grant, Harriot ??
Moiender, Katu Graham, Mrs U Poten, llota'cce
Mtston. Mm A P Gny. Elexla Purry, Mn M J
Uleton, Miss M (Irani, Mrs M Pierce, Emma
HUton, Miss H M Gny, Mn W H Pincknoy, Misa D
Andcraou, I.?misa Groen, Elen E
It Oreen, Jonu Powell, Julia
Amie, Mle* ll Porcher, Mn L
Arinetrouu, Ann Hawley, Miss B A Prioluiu. Mn W H
n Harriet, Miss I. Prince, Mts E A
Bohsn, Miss M A Holmes, Mary F Pratt, Miss M C
Hanlge. Mn C Holmes, Kloxta I. Purcell, Mary E
Ueloirait, Mn L Happoldt, Mn H ?A
Ballard, Mn K HaynswoH'i, Julis Quin, Mary
Borger, Mn AA Mt
Denned, MI. c. Hannan, mn w Haven, Mn 1 tl
Hernie, Caroline Haynes, Mn J Htvors, tin M J
Slue, Fsnny Hazelton, Hetty luker, Ella
lllany. Mary J Huldlman, Mn F Roach, phillis
Boag, Kellin F Hemm, Mrs W Robertnou. Ann It
liolno. Mn A Uennuasy, El ella Roberta, Julia
Rowen, Mary P T Ryann, Ann
Uuicc, Mles S Horsey. Ida Do Hug. Mary
Bryan, Selina Horsey. Mn L M Belker. Miss M F
Brooks. Mary Hopkins, Clols 8
Brandt. Mn J I. Hntson, Mn L A Socbark. Mis? A
lluttor. Miss M J H F
Burns, Mn J Jackson, Mn A E Schroder, Mies S
Byran. Mn ll Jackson. Mn W Scott. Mary
Brown, Mn M Jack. Abby Shulaulg. Mn O
Brown, Mles L Jamison, Mary Schockley. Mrs H
V Jeffords. Miss FL P
Carr, Mrs T Jobuson. Rosetta Rhino, Susan
Carter, Charlutt Johnston, Mn A Sheehan, Miss
i 'anti e Anu E Johnson, Mn U Stuard, Mn M
Curlday, Mn C Jones, Mn C A Stroms. Mn H
Cambell, Amy K Swygut, Mrs O A
Cherry, Anua Erool, Amelia Smith, Mn J B
CbrteUan, Miss C Eirby, Miss M Smith. Mn R
Close, Mrs A Kum, Mn E 8 Smith. Miss C U
Chark, Leiter M Kendal, kira F A Smith, Miss F
Couturier, Mn A Kennedy, Mrs C Simons, Bell C V
Coetelo, Mary ED . * ,
Couetoutliie, Ma- ti Taylor, Louisa
ry Lube, Juba Townsend, Mn J
Corde?, Mn J Lequel, Dolly H
Cohen. Mn A A Logan, May N Togonerle, Mn G
Cross, Mles M Luilor, Sarah Thous, Mn 1
D Uaadatone, S F Thora, Mise M ll
Davis, Jany Leman, Louis? A Thompson, Susan
Haria. Jolla P Loacko, Mn A G
DavToy. Mis? S lawson. Lucy V
Devi?, Mn J F M Duckt. Mn J
Dare Mary Merlin. Mn M S Usher. Jeno
Dennis, Mn 8 0 MlUsr. Maggie V
Dillon, Mn Marian?. Annie Vennlng, Emily
Donepan, Sarah Marshall, Mn il Yanns. Mia? A
Donaldson, Mn AI. . ? W
Dunnemanu. Mn Maynnt. Anna J Wailer??, Mn Jno
C Mayxck, Mn M J Waymand, Mn
K Mars rant. Mn A W
I'gnert. Elezla M J Walbtoo. Norah
Elu? Mle? H H Montgomery, Mn Watte, Mn M O
Elfo. Ml?s EE AP Wallace. Ann? L
Elana. Mn J H Mood, Miss A A Welch," Mainoru
P Moon, Phillis Weat, Mn B
Felder, lilli O Morse, Ml?? A L Weldon. Hally
Fields, Louisa Moore, Elezla West. Mn T U
Fisher, Misa G Mullrmey, Mn Weteelngcr, Mia?
Fripp, Sally Miiliur.Mary D E
Fripp Mn A A Mes Weare. Miss N
Frazer. Mary I. Ucl', mick. Ellan White, Mn D
Pmer. Mia? N M- Runny. Lucy Waley, Phillis
O McKlney, Mn L Wltjer, Ellzobeth
O nonie. Mary A McMUlion, D f willie, Mn J T
Gilbert, Mn M McMiillon, Mary Wcnnlngbam, Sa.
Otbbee, Anna E rah
allard. Mn M O WUsoo. Mn H
Givens. Mn OU?, Mn L. O Wal tn. Sarah
Gibbes, Miss F Ortniann, Mary' T Wll?on. N?ncy
il,,tung. Mn O Opp?U, Mn G Ward, Maggtu
A O Bia .
Adam?, Andnw Got?ton, Charle? McClure, B C
icol'd) B McCardy, Wm
Arter. Lemlal Ooodwin, Jonas McCanla, L A
(cold) Oreen, ABD McDanaler. Ja?
Armstrong. Lori Grubb. Henry MeHenery, Vu
Avitrin Sol A OrubD, Henry O UoInne?j, Daniel
B Gucltlngar, Cnaa Middleton
Bates, EU U McLoyd. Jackacu
Daisy, John Harieston, Bich- McLoughlan, Ma.
BaaapfleVd, James ?rd P tbow
0 ll?n> A Shaihsm- N
Bagloy, Michael mer Norland. B II
Danutge, Wm Hard, Bram Hon- Nlhous, F
B?rry. Mose? rv Northrop, V B
Beraume, H alinea. B A Co O ,
Bc vcr, Martin Hamilton, Henry O'Brtno. Poler
Bohren??. U icol'd ? O'Neal, J O '
Brase, H Hawkin?, Capt OsUrboils-J D ..
Birnie. Riehard Heyne, Jack O'Bellley, Wm
Binder, Herr Luis H eade rle j, O t*
Birnie, Mr Binnia, O 0 puicknoy, John
Binder, K Hlrka. Dr Itero, Pblniui
Blum, Will (cold) Holop. Albert Pincknsy. ? 0
Beveler. Hardy Holt, allen Power. Patrica F
Uortlenavo, Henry I powen A Wlght
Booien, Carl Irani, John tran
BoUqcawrty. MO ?I ParanUiiO, Baiva
Botinet. Simon Jsgor, Fried ton
(ool'd) Jenkins. Ed k Hon Q,
rturvoj, J U JetToraon, Inn cl? Quirk. Team??
Brady, Patrick Jennings, Jack Quinliven, Thnni.
UreJtafoTd, Morrl? Johnson, Thomas aa
Brower, Warren Johnson, Cornel- R
Brooks, James 0 Hu? Bice, William V
Brick wee ll, Peat-i Johnson, Anthon Rica. J I.
Bney, O Jo^mon, Wm Ul ck els, Elbrol
Brown, BenJ F K. Blchtor, V
Unoro, Bmanuiio Kasaens, Dtodrlch Bice, Jamao M
Butler, Sorrow Kenneth, Mc Le? A Roy, WlUUm
Rust?, Fwd Co Bus. Jame? I.
Burn?, Oarrett Kennedy, Michael llocUera, Archy
O Kennedy, Mellon (ool'd)
('.sorley, Thoma? E Robinson, Capt
M King, B Ii B-oblnaon. WUUauiA
Carnoy, John 1. Rourke. V
Caed lu. Hamil- Lambie, Cap J llobtnaon, J M
lon Lipp, Adam na th ario rd. W J
Gamphlll, F logan, Aaron S
Cleary, Dennis Lord, M W Hayer, V
aoaveland, W B Lynch, Thom*? Schwei Uer. Ur
Cochran, Ja? B M Schroder, Jobu
Cor. Samuel . Mathews, W H sthan-a. Charl??
Colime. John Mackey, Pater U ..
Conlan, Peter Mernot, John Bchr*kei% l,_
couturier, Augiut Marina, Anoeixno S?riTeii, sysney
Cooper. Charlea A ""^?5 ?. a
(col'd) MAraley. Alfred 8b?rtordfA O
Craft?. f> W Marchai"?. John BM Dr
T. Haareo. Rev Sims, la w
SWSaT \&ira K^arn^'
S? lM?Sh?nl, John gmllh. Patrick
norton Abr?bam Meyer, Henry T?a, John
Drayton^Abranam BjJZ'gSj? Topfer. ArUm
vj i Mllohell, A B Tooaver, Robert
^VJl'KJ" R? ?Bnxfta.
raiTSil John ? Hooast, Charlea Wacker, Lewie
Fenw lek. Hyraa Moor?, Jackey Warren, W P
T?,",: Eil Mulhern, Thoma? WatU. Jefferson
/ranira, J icob iMurny, taao Wilsb.ThoaT
yraaar Thcrrna? I (col'd) Wheeler, Henry
1 ran M ?, Pietro Murphy, J D - Wami IT. Tho?
O .MtUcSiy, Edward Wolf, Franc!? A
aiiUard. John W Bte Y
....Ti?..|McDrid^ P V Tot?, Dr
t?T r"cr*one derpowjthag IstUn 1? tb? ?HaBbeSAca will
phs?a? place the stamp near th? upper right band cor.
ntr Of tba envelope, and they Trill ?tao pleraM to remera
ber that without lbs alunp ? Utter o*rinc4 b? maltad, ta\