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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Onr Cable Disputent*.
I'Aius, August 3h-Napoleon spoke ni Amiens.
Ui< considered Iii? enthusiastic reception evidences
of (?kc jmlrioclvm wi tho po-plu. Alluding in tim
Moxic.m question, lu> iliil mil I Iii uk Kreuch bminr
tarnished or lier prestige impaired. Hcrmmiic
ovnula li'i' Franco Iruiiquil. lt is certain tho
naaco nf Ennuin remains iimlislmliril. Mr will itu
Ilia ntmoil ni pim uni o Inula mill moro liberal ill?
Pams, Annual 31- Nunn. Tim RmtKiore pandie
aucechcM afleutcil Um liuurso ravoniblv. Rentes
nm tirmrr anil higher.
I^ISIMIX, August :il-Tiio llttto schooner John
l. loni. 11..in Ballimore nu thu ?KM, Tor Parin,
capsized al tin.' enh ance of the English channel;
only one person, nnine unknown, was KI red,
I-ONIHJ.V, August ai-Noon. -IS mils 73}.
uvnNOk, August SI-Noun.-Cottun d mop -
tng; Bales 71IUII; quotations are unaltered.
New Youie, August 31.-lt is stated III London
that frailee lu? given I'russia peuce assurances.
It is reported at Caris thal Um Kurugu Outee
will Hoon issue n paeitie toned noto.
Tim Stuttgurdl attelai Gazelle denies that tho
Southern (?ermnii Hund wns hioaehed at the Salz?
Miiropraii Xe WM l*er Klvamcr.
NEW VOUK, September 1.-Tim lianas, rroni Liv?
erpool, has arrived.
Tlie Prince mid Princesa of Wales nm ved nt
Dorlrecht. Ocniinny. The King ol' lireeee arrived
m England. Harvest nceoiiuts aro salisfaetorv.
Hungary i'H it i il mtes 23J pur cent, nf Austrian ex?
penses. Ar e. m 11 tu fn nu Sicily are deplora bio.
Cholera rages at Palermo with g'reat violonee.
Tho insurreetiounry government nf Candia have
notified Ibreicii consuls nf their intention to isstio
letters ol' Mara?e fur the equipment nf privateers,
lu the nmnt li nt May 8!>.UIK),UiX) pounds nf Cut
ton, valued ut ?:t,yii7,0lll?, was shipped Imin
Napoleon has addressed n letter to tho Minister
nf Hie Interior, urging internal improveiueiitii mid
an increase nt' tho moana nf transportation and
romuiiiui .ntinu within tho Empire.
Paris papers regard the Nitration of allans in
Spain as serious. Ex-Minister Maddons has been
arrested. Martini law lins been deelnreil in Il.iror
tntia. A battalion of Kreuch troops bas lott Per?
pignan for tho Spanish Ironlier.
i'ho King nf Swollen had arrived at lin lin. mid
stated that thu Bavarian ministers were einpbati
rally oppoi rd t i the King'H visit tn Salz iure.
Tho Dutch Minister nt Yeildo was shot al liv
liaiivos. but escaped. 1'lic assassin h is ont k en
In tiwi House of Lords the Clerical Vestment
Hill has been postponed to Ibo next session.
WASHINGTON, At uut 31. -Special (Jrder Ko. 121).
front (leurrai Cirant's headquarters, is as follows :
Commanders nf the military districts, created
under the net of Mureil 2d, 18(17, w ill make no ai>
iioiutnieiils to civil lillico ol' persons who have
Leon removed by themselves or their predecessor:!
Thu steamer Cuide, nrrived at St. Louis from
Fort Denton willi $.">00,OOU in treasure.
Tt.o brig Nettie Mitchell, from Aspinwall for
Swan Island, mts encountered ut sen al] sieh, anti
lind li "'ii drilling fourteen days. She uns brought
to Key Wl.'.st.
McCool knocked dones out of lime on thc thirty
Further changes in district commanders arc not
Tho Attornoy-Gcuenil'H report nu which tho
President removed Sickles, will he piibliidu-il on
Munday, lt appears Sickles held that he was nut
n menuhin to drnud Juries, United States Marshals,
United States District Attorney?, ulule in com?
mand of n military district created by nc', nf Con?
gress, mid tn which tho powers of military coin*
mandel's ore delincd.
Tho Treasury hokU 9310,IXn,000of aoenrily Tor
Nat.'onnl Dank circulation.
General C. II. Tompkins is assigned Chief Onar
tcrniaa?cr (,f the Fifth Military District.
Five ml.'lioiis of coin interest on Ten-forties is
due on thu finit nf Soptcuibcr.
WASIIR?OTOK, September 1.-The recent order of
Gen. (irani that District Commanders will make
no appointments tn civil oflices of persons who
hare been removed bv their predecessors or Ihum
aclves, docs nit make a now j -sue between tho
President mid Omi. Hrnnt. There is good authori?
ty for asserting that tho rumors of a diilirnlty hav?
ing arisen on tins subjectnre groundless. Tho
Reconstruction Act vesta ju tho t?cuei.il Com?
manding thc Hame power.) that ape conferred upon
District Commanders in regard to removal? nod
appointments, mid therefore Hie order of (Irani is
morely considered ns a notice in advance that, ho
would disapprove of mich appointments ns ho in?
Prom it le ii i, m H it.
RICHMOND, August .11.-Tho following impor?
tant letter on tho exchange .pied.is made pub
ljp lo-dny. Il wis written to llenera] E. A. Hitch?
cock, Hinted States Commissioner of Exchange,
but never replied lo :
C'oNfEDjjiiATi: STATUS ar Aur.iucA. )
WAU DKI'AHTJIKNT, V
RICHMOND, VA., January 24, lfttH.}
7ii Maj. Gen. E. A. Hitchcock, Anent qf Exchamje:
Sm: In view of tho present difficulties attend?
ing tho exchange and release of prisciiois, I pro
?ioso that all Hiieli on either sidu shall be attended
iy a proper number of their own burgeons, who,
lindi -i- rules to bu established, shall bo p< limited
to take charge uf their hoallh and comfort. I also
proposo that these surgeons shall actas commis?
saries willi power to receive mid distribute snell
contributions of money, food, riot liing und medi?
cines as may bo forwarded for tho relief of tho pris
oners. 1 lui i lire gcpi isr thal these surgi ona
shall be selected hy their own Oovcrumcnttt, and
that they shall have full liberty at any mid all
tunes, through tho Agent of Exchange, tn niako
reports, nut only of their own acts, but nf any mat?
ters relating tn Hie wolfaro of Ibo prisoners.
ltcHpeetl'iillv, your obedient ?arrant.
Agent of Exchange.
Tbe tobacco merchants held n meeting mid soul
deh-gates to Hie Cleveland, Ohio, Tobacco Con?
vention, in be held on tho 17th of September.
Au appeal was taken to-dny from tile Supreme
Court of Virginia lo tho United Stairs Siiprcmu
Cour?, in the case of Paul rs. Stato of Virginia.
Tho ?vit was issued from tho United Slates Court
hero ami tunde i ein ma I Oe nt Washington, 'lilia
is Hie first ease nf Hie kind which has occurred.
Xe?' turk Ann,
NEW VOUK, Sopleuibnr L-Thero wero680tleatba
tiere last week.
A. D. Marinean, a Kreuch commnmlor, mid tho
remnant of Maximilian's haly guard, together
with IX) members of tho Corps diplomatique tram
Mrv.cn. departed for Europe yesterday in tho
Tho Moxies ii doleetives are boro in pursuit of a
young man named Mctlawitch, suspected tu havo
robbed thc Liberal Hnvcriiuinnt or $2110,000 in gold
liars, who, with his wife, bas left for llurope, it is
.supposed, witli the spoils. Mcdawitch has not
yet been found.
I Tu ?i, liutTulo.
RUFFALM, September 1.-A firo lost night d.
alroyod properly, nmnutiling in value to *lf>(),000,
including two hiunilrios arni a wool factory. Omi
hr. man reported killed.
l i mn "ww OrlrutiM.
NEW OIII.EANS, August 31.-Thoro woro twenty
two i ni i i nu ii is of yellow fever yeMtorday; total liir
the week one hundred and twenty-six.
Mo.NTooMF.iiY, August 31. -General l'ope hns ?B
sncd au order lor au election on tho tirst nf Octo?
ber, on the question nf Convention and delegates
to tho same. Tin ro are forty olectiou districts.
.Mobile, Montgomery mid Dallas have live dele?
I 'rom Texas.
CALVESTON, August 31.-There were two hundred
sind lorty-nno deaths hero from fever this week,
und uno hundred at Corpus Christi up to tho
Kith. Half of tho citizens are-sick or (toad, and
much distress prevails; boin is needed. Donations
fer tho benoni of Corpus Christi Hiill'ercrrt canbo
("?warded through Spofford, Tilcston St Co., New
Crom Columbus. i
Comunes, 0a., August31.--A largo Conaorva
livo meeting wns hold hero to-day ami attended by
u Inrge number nf whites and blacks. Tho meet?
ing was addressed by Josopb Williams mid Benjamin
Holmes, (colored,) of Tennessee. Creal onthum
liHin was manifested. Resolutions wero passed de?
manding tho onfriiiiuhisoinonlof all winton and de?
claring tho rights of negroes to hold office. Oood
order prevailed until tho speech of A. R. I .amur
(white,) when an jntorreption took place by a sol?
dier of tho garrison, who was promptly arrested
and placed in tho guardhouse. A d?monstration
wan mado by Radical negroes last night to mali
Joe Williuinu and Holmes,
NEW OUT.EANS, August 31.- Havana dates of
August 27 suv it is rumored that a quarrel had
taken placo liotweon (lon, Mmiseans and Senor
Lara, chief of thu minimi 0 ration. They aro not
on ngi nknig terms. It is further assorted the
formor will quit.
Tho new Kystom nf taxation wont into effect yes?
terday. We'll informed parties fool eontldnnt the
Whola reform will soon kivo placo to old statutes.
Thc follow-in:' di.ipa tell nf noon yesterday ia from
Tho U. S. yacht Orioulnl nrrivod to-day from
Punta Itosa. She reports not having seen tho
strainer Nurva all tho way; only saw n U. B. Bloom?
er off Cape Romano.
Tho Sugar market closed quint on basis nf fl jnHl
roals arrobo, Dutch standard No. 12. Exchange
on London IfttnlUJ premium; Parin Uafi premium:
U. S. sixty days 244 discount.
From _ Mexico.
NEW OSLKUM, August ni.-Tho Spanish flleamer
Darcoloiin. from Vera Cruz on Hm loth and Si?nl
on tho 23d, arrived horn on tho arith.
'fha country is fast approaching a peaceful
stains. Hie supremo govornmonl la busv diotnt
ing laws to insure that ond and to rognla'to evorv
branch of public administration.
Mr. Charles Moyo has hod his .exequatur con?
firmed as Consul of Chihuahua.
Tho French and Brillan ll mitt erl loft Ibo City
er Moxico on tho 8th inst, foi Vera Cnut, undoi a
proper escort with all tho attaches.
Santa Anna is Btlll kopt a prisoner in tho Cant?o
of Hun Juan clo Ulina. Nothing de ll ni lo lia* trans?
pired ni ricard to In? f?to.
TIM French mid Hritisli Ministen, loft Vern Crust I
on a ndiooner un Ibo night of tho 18th. Their
dostlnalioa in unknown.
A Frenen wai wt earner han anchored on" Sacri?
NEW YORK, Siplomber 1-A special from Bau
Fiwiejsco Import? tho arrival nt Vancouver'*
Manu, ?fine Unlti-il States steamer ItcKaea, with
two couvali'.ici'iit cases or yellow fever. Tho
United Stales steamer Lincoln wan at Fort Simp?
son, und mil nail for Atki.
Mm lin tiexva.
WILMIOTO-N, Allou?t 31-Cloarcd_Jamos A.
New OIILLANH, Ancusl ai.-Sailed veBtcrdnv
Sehr. Maggio E. tlroy, for Philadelphia; bark St.
Andrew, lor Baltimore.
SAVANNAH, August 31.--Arrived_Loval Seron- I
ton, New York, out 31 day?; Muuupasiu, Liverpool
03 cayo; n largo un niber of vessels are out, a loup
timo o\rr duo. Head winda and storms prevail?
ing. Weather cool.
Dunn UK marketa.
Nr.w Von, Align?t 31_Stocka strong. Gold,
Viii. Money,-}a5. Sterling unchanged. '02 cou
HoiiH, lill. Georgia Hovuua, o.t. Fleur <|uiet.
Wheat ilull und Mandy. Corn Anl better. Bra
nu 1 oat? dull. I'orliheavv nt I23,0l)a23.25. Laid
li/all. Whiskey qniet. Cotton dull at 27. Tur
Money closed easy at 3a5 rn util. Bank Htatc
mont Monday will KIIOW dccreaHo in lonna, W.UOO,
(M10; inereano in specie, $1,2.M),000: increaso in de?
posits, ?.',(:<? J.(liii, increaso in ItajaJ tenders,$3,000,
1)00. Stocks cloned steady; goiiornl disposition lo
liny Govcnioii-nls vorv nt rn:: ,.
UALTIUOaB, August 31. Jotlnn dull: Middling
Upland 2djc. ColTeo ruioL Flour-Bolter in
(pury, 1ml prints un?.'milked. Wheat-No While
otl'ered; Itel advanced Be, Com scarce; Whito
f 1 OSal ll); Yellow tl Uni 17. Oats steady, rrinio
live ?1 BO. Provisions steady and inactivb, Wliiu
CINCINNATI, Annual 1)1_Flour ami Wheat firm.
Corn vcrv ?caree; ilal 03 on tho npot; SI delivered
next week. Whiskey irregular at 31o. Bacon limier
und tending up; Hhouldum held at 13c.
Mom!.i:, August 31_Cotton-sales 50 hales;
um11,ri dull; rutes nominally lower; low middling
H-Jat&'c.; receipts, 30 balun. "
KEW OIII.EA.IS, August 31_Cotton Sales 100
bales, anil dull; Low Middling 25. Kocoipta, 80
bales; exports, 47!) bales. Sugar and Molasses
?lull and unchanged. Flour dull; univ retail busi
II"HS; declined 50c.; Superfino quoted ni $3 50;
choleo $11 MiU 50. Com dull and drooping; Yel?
low and W'lnto $1 02al 05. Oats advanced Sc,;
ntnek very light; held nt C5a75. Pork finn al $21)25.
Huron-stock niuall; Shoulders ll; clear 18. Lard,
tierces, 131; ken-jobbing at Hjal5. (?old lil j.
Sterling Saiafi?1. New York sight b premium.
SAVANNAH, August 31.-Cotton quiet; sales 07
bales; midillini; 2?e.; receipts, Hi bahs.
W11.SIINOTON, August 31.-Spirits Turpentine
steady at 52Jc. ltosin iiuict at fii'BSn?.
nr. A rn ni' REV. Dil. ni A ru MT- MAYER.
Wo were pained to learn on Saturday evening thc
midden death of tho above named gctlomau, at his
residence in New York, on Wednesday Inst. We
ronrot not having thc requisite material at hand
for a full sketch of tho lifo ol tho deceased.
Dr. MAIWOK MA YUH was horn in Durkheim, in
tim Palolimto (ltlicnish Bavaria), about tho year j
1825, and there racoiriil his clcmoiilury education,
(living carly promise or a quick .ind sprightly
mind, his parents made great ellorts to procuro
for him tho ailvantngos ot n liberal education. Ile
passed through tho Gymnasium in Spires, and
then, we helioye, onlored tho University at Mu?
nich, whero he finished his liberal studies' Hu
subsequently attiilied law at Hoidalocrg, and after
having obtained his dogreo, rotnnied to tho place
of his hirth, it small Palatino town, wh oro ho pro?
posed to establish himself in tho practico of tho
law. A colciuporary, who knew him at that timo,
tolla us Ulai, notwithstanding tho prejudice still
prevalent in that country against thoso of tho
Jewish faith, Br. Muru enjoyed tho ostooin
ol thc entire community, and had tho entree into
tho host sueioty of tho Pfalz.
Unfurl mutely for his fnluro earner, ho became
involvod in Ibo political troubles thal resulted in
the revolution ot 1818. With a cuintukiiding in
tollucf, a fiery enthusiasm, and unparalleled
energy, ho look a very activo part In tho alrugglc,
mid when hm party siuTurod n Anal defeat in thc
fail ol' lint ult. in 181!), ho, with many others, waa
captured, end tried for high treason. Upon his
acquittal of thia ?iriiiic hu was indicted for some
minor State oli'encc, tho exact technical term of
which WO ilo not now recollect. lio u.is found [
guilty, and st'iitencfld 1? imprisonment for a (cnn
of years, bul Ibo penalty ?rae afterwards uimmiit
ed to banishment, when ho emigrated to tho Uml- j
ed Slates about tho year 1850.
Whilo in Now York, if wo have boon correctly
informed, ho prepared for tho ministry, and in
lh.i l wan called tu tho congregation Hellt Elohim,
worshipping in Hie lian/ streot Synogoguo in
liii.- city. In 1851 ho mnrricd Min Oiroi.ENooi,
of this eily, lu 1859 ho returned to New York,
whore ho resided up to tho period of his death,
engaged in tho practice of Um law, and iu literary
pursuits. In religion, us in politic*, ho waa a
Liberal ; a rationalist in his views of biblical
hermeneutics, and by no means orthodox in his
opinions of thu Meanie creed. 'J'Jin office and
duties of tho ministry, thoreforo, wo havo reason
lo believe were dislasloful to him ; and nothing
could induco him to resumo ita functions after he
bad resigned his position in this city.
Br. MATEO was a Uno scholar. He had enjoyad '
thc ddvantacca of Ibo host schools) in Geilnau)',
and with superior mental cudowrnonls, and lino
literary itulc, ho invariably atrovo to inako the
moat of bia opportunities. Ho was a good linguist.
Ilia familiarity with tho classics was such as is
only altaiie.1 by a thorough European training.
Ho was a Duo Hebrew scholar, and spoko MIT)
unite tho German, his nativo langnago, with ro
markahlo grace, cloganco and beauty of diction.
Ho wau master also of tho Kreuch, English, and
other modem tongues. For years ho contributed
lively tQ tho Jewish periodicals ot the United
States ami of (Jcrmauy, and hin articlos woro
always well ro:ciycd both hy editors and rendors.
Ho translated many works from QonjiQrj into Eng?
lish, and, HO Believe, at tho timo of Iib) ?loath was
engaged in an important work of this character.
Br. MAYER wis of a Ano personal prosoucc,
niniahlo in character, of thorough goodnoss or 1
heart, and pleasant in manner. Boneo ho waa
well received in every sphcro of lifo or aooioty wtyh
which his chequered careor brought him in con?
tact. Hil friends aro to ho found throughout tho
United Ht-des. Puring the past few yoare 1)0 has
held thoolUcoof "tlranil.Maakir" (Socrolary) of
tho Order of B'NAI B'nrrn, a aaoret Jewish organi?
zation, cxlcndiqg throughout, tho United States.
Ho had rendcrad valuable services in Hu} cstab
Iishmont of thia Order, and ito members every
whero will hold bis momory dear, Tbs B'NAI
B'BITU 1 od go s in Now York charged themselves
with bis burial, and i nt i i rod him wjth all tho hon?
ors tho simple Jewish ritual permit? of.
Br. MAIER leaves an afflicted widow to mourn '
his loss. _
A runnr.spONDF.NT of tho Indianapolis Journal,
m dr*cribing" Ibo Boyal Bavai.au Foundory, al
Munich, nvH ; "Wo woro mirp isod to soo hore
.-neb a hu ge number of models of statues from
tho hands nf American sculptor*, rilrenlv eroded
in, or dealinod to bo erected in yarloqa cltioa of
our country. Prominent among these models i
CuAWFonD'a largo equestrian statno of WASHING?
TON, whlrli is being put up in ono of tho public
aipiarca In Bicliniond, Va. Tho four sraajlor (lg
urea which aro to surround tho colossal statno of
tho fattier of mir eon at ry have not yot boon ship?
ped to America; however, when tno wbolo work Is
onco completed, lt may voil const itu to tho boast
ami pridoof th? Virginia capital. Another flue
work of art ia IIAUHIHT IIOSVKH'S atatuo of
General HENTON, which waa rood idled in
Borne, ni,-] ia to ho orcctod in Ht. Louis, Missouri.
Among ?thor mud?la of statues hero soen is
JOF.I. llAirr'R Henry Clay, lo be eroded in Now
Orleans; fit AWFODD'S Beethoven, la bo cree tod in
Boston, and Biroo by nooma, vie. : Tho Soldl?r'i
Monument, for Cincinnati, the largo bronzo doors
for Ibo capitol at Washington, and Gen. Bolivar
for s mtli America. Nearly ali those models' aro
e vee Html iii Homo, which baa bocomo, thp roai
dnuco of tho majority of tho American sculptors,
It ih not, au erroneously supposed, thal they may
havo the patterns of antiquity hoforo thoir oyo?
that tiny rcs.dj in Borne, but simply bocaoso
good and aklltul workmen Can there bo had at
three times rhoapor ?agaa than in any other
placo. Hence our sonlptora thora biro other? to
do tho rough part of tho work for thom, and just
boforo the modola aro complot?t] take th? m into
their 'own hands, in order, aa it la known, to gird
them their finishing louoh. Of the other models',
here exhibited I need not apeak. Bufiio? lt to say
that tho work of Americans compared very favora?
bly with thou of tho moat oelobratod European
U. 8. DISTRICT COOBT, for Western District of
South Carolin?, nt llrcouvillo, August Tonn, 18C7. [
Thursday. August 22, 1867.
[Through the politeness of Mesura. KFFTKO anti
PKIMU.E, wo were furnished with full procoediugs
of tho Court up to Friday, but through a prosa of
nuttier ff.'rc unable to pnblinb it in our Saturday 'a
?HHttu. Wo moko room thia morn mg for tho follow?
ing interesting account of a trial of a caao of
''nogro bond* :"J
Tbomau lt. Agnew, Aaaignco, c.*. Simpson Dobo.
Tbis uns uu action on a noto given for tho pur
chaso i nom -y of a negro alaro Hold bv Mia. WolTord
tn thc defendant in 1858, and warranted by ber at
that tinto to bo Bound and a ?lave for lifo. Noto
fur $1000, interoal annually, duo in 18C0, waa as
signcd to pHintitr.
The tlcfonco roliod upon waa r. I ailinn nf eon ??do
ration in that tho negro, warranted to bo a slavo
for lifo, ia H ti ll olivo but bad boon mado froo. And
obiauputi payment-tho debt hoing aoquoatoiuu
by tho Covcriiinontof tho Conroderalo St atoa au
I no pro).oi ty of an alien ouomy, wau paid under
oomiiulsiou of that Uoverumont. whilo at war with
tho United .Staten. Hon. D. F. Perry, Esq., ap?
peared fur Ibo plaintiff. Tho dofonso waa conduct
Oft by Messrs. J. P. Reed and Dobo. Tho caao waa
rcforrod to a jury and ably and fully argued by tho
counsel on both ?iden.
In Ina chnrgo, tho Judgo said, substantially :
tho amount ia uniall; tho principio of overwhelm?
ing magnitude. I should gladly havo escaped
from thu consideration of this caso. Tho sottlo- I
mont of tho question, howovor it bo settled, will
carry deuolation and poverty homo to somo ono.
(iront invcatiiionta lio iu bonds and notos givon
for tho purehaso money of uogToes. In thouo,
women mid children havo slaked their all. Tho
question iu, who shall boar tho loss ? Poverty and
hardubip must como. .Tn my opinion, tho hard?
ship muni be homo by thoso who had tho mlafoi
litne to bo nu norn. It dooa not fall within tho
Incivilice of tho Courl lo adjust and equalize tho
lunion H of tho war. That cuneo rather b?louga to
a legislativo tribunal. Abolition pmv out of tho
war-tho position of th' so Southern Statea in thu
war they waged against Ibo (luvt rnmont. Negroes
woro employed in many of tho oesontial elomonts
of tho war; they crested Bubsistonco for tho
nrruicB, erected fortifications, and, in fact, consti?
tuted tho industrial basis of tho great conflict.
Tho nbolition of slavery thus bocamo a military
necessity; emancipation an Inovitablo moral result
nf tho war. Tbeao States could not bo recognized
until they had recognized what tho war had
It was cinnpeiont for tho United Staten to deal
willi slaves jimt aa with any other personal i ?
property. Tho owner must Buffer. Who suffered 1i
when II iules or horaea woro taken ? or cotton burnt
Dr lifted, or ships captured at sea? Who, but trio
Dwncr of such property ? But the lows ol' property,
regulating tho relationship of debtor and creditor,
iu tho matter of tho mules, ships or cotton, were
not abrogated. Debts or halancoa duo on tho pur?
ehaso of such mulos, ships or cotton were not can?
celled. Tim debtors word not roleaaod. Their obli?
gations romain in force at this day. Tho soljor
never modo a guarantee against tho action of war.
1'ako tho caao of land. A. owna a foo M implo. Ho j
jells and convoys tho Milo ho got, placing tho pur- j
.baser in possession or nil tho incidents of owner?
ship with which ho himsolf had boen invested. If
tho state in tho cxerciao of its right of eminent
domain should take tlio foo for public usos, tho
loller makes no guarantee against tho Stnt.> ; ho
is not liable fur acts of the Sfato or against con
lacation of tho United States. In this caso, tho
ground of deren -o, failure of conaidorntion, doos
H 11 t ho n (oro appear to bo mado out ; tho warranty
ivan in uvory view good at tho timo it waa given,
its subsequent failure wau duo tu muses for which
iho seller of tho negro was in no wiso responsible.
Tho other ground of defenso, payroont by com- I
pulsion nullor tho Sequestration Law of tho Con- j*
odoratc (lovornnicnt, is equally untenable. That ,
Jovorumunt never had a legal existence?, and pay- ,
neut of tho dobt ttudor itu rogulatioua was thom?
Under tin MI instructions tho jury mitred, and
loon returned with thu following verdict : "Wu
ind for tho Plaintiff sixteen hundred and fifty-one
lollara and live cents," tho full amount with in
Tho Greenville Enlerpritehta tho following: com
ncnlB on thia case :
DEIITH POU NEOIIOE-H.-Last wook wo roporlod
ho caso of Aguow RJ. Dobo, docided beforo Judgo
?ryan, at this Court, which was an action upon a
loin giyen in 1858, for a negro; the noto hoing
mid by a Non' Yorker, under tlio direction of tho
'inri, a verdict waa givoti for tho ontjrp debt.
Tho case waa defonded with great ability, and, ac
lording to our h umhin opinion, by tho most t ri uni?
dla ol argument, hy J. P. Reid. Esq.. tho Solicitor
if thin Circuit, who maintained that contrasts not
laving boon executed, and tho law uf tho laud }
naking it uow criminal to hold a Hlavo, no Court j,
?oiilil enforce a contract now remaining executory. \,
Cases nf thia kind havo not yot reached tho \
in prom n Court of tho United Stati s, and tho aaso (
vu speak of being undor two thousand dollars, no (
ippc-al can be tokon, so the verdict of tho jury as j
li lt is ftniil. This is to bo regretted, aa wu think (
t moat probable that tho Supremo Court would f
loe ?do tho caao against tho enforcement, at thin j
.into, of contracts for negroes, opon tho aamo y
[.rounds thnt tho Supremo Court of Louisiana has j
l?culo 1. Wo aro constrained tn behove so, because j
lin analogous caaos support that decision, that j
iliore the law supporting a contract ia repealed, i
hb contract goes with it, moro especially whon tho j,
'Orv oonsideration of tho contract becomes nbso- j
utoly crimina 1 an we'll as vojd.
Whether tho plaintiff ls omi tied pay for tho s?r?
icos of a negro up to tho limo of emancipation, is
mother question. Natural justice would seem to C
oquiro thia much cortainly, we think no moro. C
L'ht' power of States and Governments to emancl- I
tate sieves, hau always been claimed and exorcised, I
ud whenever t iiaf JlQwor w?s pat m lorca, tho a
dato and tho United States iaWtod their para- 1
tumut right and tifio to . control tho services of I
laves. After thoy havo doha thia,' lt would sooni C
njuatico in thoso powers, through a court, or any C
itltor instrumentality, to compel any man to pay t
or tho lifc-timo services of a nogro, whon thoeo I
arno powers, state and Federal, civil and military, I
muid terribly punish him if ho darod to claim I
lioso porvicos. 1
Wo think ?rmerrt! Sickles, in ausponding all suits
or negro debts, baa shown a wise forecast, and
hat Ina proceedings in this regard will bo fully
?iud te a tod hereafter by every tie partment of gov - '
irnmcnt, both State and F?deral. Ooniraots for 1
laves, unperformed, must perish with slavery 1
laelf. Tins wo venture to rj, i ?rt, not wj tl) st anding '
ho uni II ion s of a number of good lawyora andrea
iee table jurista to ?bo contrary. Wo know we
nive many of the samo sort tq HUutaln our opinion,
Slate Items. *
4 coramuuication in tho Qroonvillo Enterprise
-cfcra to Ibo Messrs. DATES, of Charleston, in tho
ojlowing flattering tonna ; F
The .Missus Datos, of Charleston, arrived in our ?
own last wook, and promise t> givo a Uno sorios '
if Readings and IaguuiotiunH, *
Thoy aro ominontly qualified. The otdor, Miss '
dary Dates, proposes t? furnish eight Readings, J
nt such subjeota aa Westminster Abbey, Florance, J
[lays in Scotland, Ax., at tho Baptist Fu??alo Col- ?
pgoChapel, oommonoing on Thursday, 29th inst., ?
li halfrpost eight o'clock P. M. Tho younger, ,
tl los Agnes Ratos, wUJ farra a olaaa and give in- ?
itrnotiona in History, Arehitooturo, Ao., oounect- j
;d more or less closely with the Readlnga. It will J
ie a great privil?ge tn attend, and doiiutleaa thoy (
iv ?ll bo Imth popular and instructive.
Tho Miases Dates aro toojwoll known and loo
Highly appreciated to need a word nf commends- i
don from' any one 'Rioy havo taught for years, (
ooth in PonJloion and Charleston, and educated j
the children of thu first pooplo in the land. I heir j
jcholandiip is of a high order. Their refinement j
>f tasto and oleganco of Manners, and possession (
af all that Ls noblo and praiseworthy in lifo, havo ]
mad? around thom a largo cirolo of frionds g
a horover they havo hoon. ]
They havo recently travelled in Europe, and j
thoso "readings are tho fruit of thoso travels, ]
Dnioopta TUE PEE DEE.-WO loam that thu Poe j
Poe will soon ho' spanned hy two noblo bridges- \
i>ne st Ohorawand anothor near Society Hill, It ia t
oip3cted that boll) pf.thoso bridges will bo opened j
for freight omi travel about tho IGth of Septem- |
THE WEA man AMD TUE COOPS,-Piirttior reports,
aapocially from lower St. Matthews, intimate ho?
rions damage to cotton from the continued ralos.
A friend in that suction, who had a halo in Charlea- |
tun last year on tho 28th of Augoat, says that tho r
prospect ia much moro unfavorable with him thia
\oar. Tho forms havo fulton off considerably, tho
rust hos appeared in tho fields, and tIpi rain works
about half tho day, und (ho nanda only (ho other
half. Dut corn ls mado, anti rico is doing tts very
host, while peas, potatoes and slips aro, upon tho
wholo, dolnif woU?
In othor sortions thorn has boon less ilamagr 'o
cotton, and wo expect good returns from tho crop
in general.-Or.mgcburg Newt.
RAIN 1 MAIN I -Binco our last issue, it baa rained
almost continuously. Tbo wholo earth ia soaked
and low landa overflowed. Muoh injury has boen
dono to tho growing crops, capocjaily to corn on
low lands anti tho cotton, Il may bo reasonably
otpeolod that many of tho matured bolla, aapooiah
ly on good colton, will rot front tho continuous
.wot weather, Tho gathering of fodder has boen
completely prevented, aa tho BUR has eoarcoly
poeped out long enough for the labt wook to dry
off tho \)\ti\oa.-Laurenteiue llerald.
Registration olosod in thia procinct vostorday,
Tho following is the result ; Willie ? 822 ; Colored
003; Total 1225. There wero twenty-five white
mon who could not writo their naroos, and only
cn gb fy oolorod mea who were able t-o do ao.
Wo aro informed that tho Hoard will bo at lida
placo on tho 28th and 30th of Boptombor, when
i hose who havo failod to register at thia aoaaion of
tho Board can do ao.-CMumbla l'ho \yi,
THE WRATHED, AND HEAI/TR.-Binco pur last is
sno wo havo hoon favored with a little dry weath?
er, which ia moro favorable to tho cotton, aa ranch
of it waa oocoming injured by tbo continued
TThoro is a groat deal of sickness all over tho
Dlatilot-moro than has boon known for many
years, Tilo casos aro mostly chilla and foyer, tnt
wo aro ploaaod to loaro, yiold readily to io odie al
treatment. Wo boar of wholo families, not ono
whon) havo eseapodT'. Physicians aro kopi busy.
Wo btv? hoard of no death*, and have muob cause
to bo thankful that we havo boon spired.
Tun BMPOBJJ-We understand Uiat tho river
near tins placo ls rising, and that tba I.?ko
bridges aro afloat, and dangortros to paaa over. Wo
.trent tho Commissioners of Hoads will take im
tnodiata action in tho nutter,
ll lt Ol'K tv NK.WS.
Tho Steamship Ctefa briugs dates Irum Euroim 1
lo tho 17th :
Tho Loddon T?nica of tho 17th of Annual han a
length/ editorial on thu subject of (Junuuii
consolidation undor Prussia, in which tho writer
Tbcro ia no doubt but Prussia hoe, in aomo in
stances, usod hor advantage witli unnecessary
harshness. In her doaling with lior sister States
BIIO haa ofton boon OH imnroviitoiit aa abo waa Ita
consistent and unfair. Tim policy which spared
Barana waa hardly jiistiOod in tiacrillciiig Hano?
ver. A movement, ?lao, lor which nationality af?
forded tho originul i retort, should have boctrcnr
riod on with greater robard to national principloM.
Thoru was uunocossary harahucau in Count Hin
Ina rck'n dealing with tho Poliah deputies from
Poson ; and in Ilia conduct toward Donmark
with rospoct lo tho Danish districts of North
8chlo8W?K ho waa guilty not only of a broach td' |
faith, but auto of a tisgranl outrage against Kuro
poan opinion. A moro gouuroiis ai well aa a
moro efllctcnt mcaiiH for Prussia to rally all Gcr
piauy round hor standard would bu thu promut ii II
Of auch Hound, Ii bei ul institutions UH might helli
ono of tho moat advattcod, no lesa (han mout
orderly, of Kurcpoan races.
Tho German paporo say that tho King of Prussia
nu his way lu Cassel was every v. boin cordially re
Undor tho auspices of Rothschild, Todoaoo,
Wodtanor, and othor capitalists, and Counts |
Goorgo KaroU, Fostctlct, Aladar. Andrassy, and
otbor magnates, a Hungsrian credit bank baa juet
boon established. Tho capital ia fl (too n million
QorinH, in aovonty-Qvo thousand abaros of two
hundred dorins, to bo increased if necessary to
thirty millions. Turoo inilhona aro to bo sub?
scribed by thu public.
On Saturday, August 10, a daughter of tho lalo
Henriette Sontag, Ilia Countess Aluminium, Rossi,
ivus married at Pressburg to Count Emorich Estcr
liazy, of Austria. ,
Ou tho 15th of August tho English Honan of
Lords gave judgment, on tho important appc.it of
Bortaiu shareholders in tho concorn of Ovorond,
Liumoy & Co., against tito deciaion o? Vico Chan
sollor Malins, which placed thom on tho list of |
:ontnbutorics. Tho Lord Chaiicollor, Lord ('ran
ivnrth and Lord Colonaay, all pronounced jutlg
neut against tho appellants ; a decision of vaut in
lernst to tho ere.hluru and shareholders.
Thu President, 8c ero ia ry and several of tho
ncutburs of tho Operativo Tailor's Association of
London, opnoarcd at tho Marlboro Street Police
?ourl, Loudon, in answer to aummousca chart; -
ug thom with conspiracy. Tho conspiracy con
lists in continuing tho system ol picken' about
ho premisos of muster tailors. Sovcral men aro
twaitiug trial al tho oonlral criminal court on a
limilorchargo, and Mr. K. I .ewin applied fur tho
roaring of tho chargoa against tho present do
'ondants to bo atljnurnod until tho Irial ortho
ithcr mon had taken placo. Mr. Knox, tho mag
strato, dcclarod that nineo ho carno back lo
England ho had boon ao much shocked by thu
loings of trad )a un nm in ts that bo would not grout
ha adjournumont, and tho bouring procoudod.
The death is announced of Lord Dunkollin, ono
if tho monibora of Parliamout for Galway Countv.
io was tho son of tho Marquia of Clauriuardo. ito
icrvod in tho Crimea, and waa takon prlsonor by
ho ltusBions. It waa his ainondmont iu tho
louso of Commons aa to a rating franchiso in
mrnughs which throw out tho ItuBscll-Oladatouo
ilinistry last year.
Tho ('arl m lu Journal reporting Lord Brougham's
irrivul al llrougbam Hall, from France, saya :
. ilia Lordship appeared to bo in a very feeble
oudition, couaidoral'ly moro BO than on Iiis visit
UHi your, anti it scomod to requiro all bia exertions,
rilli tho aasiatauco ofilia valut, to got out of tho
amago. Having descondod to thu platform ho
at down in a chair until tho train passed on, his
nly imniiry being as to tho alato ol tho weather,
nd ho waa thon carried across tho line on another
hair brought for tho punoso. With tho assist -
uco of his volet ho walked tho ohort distance to
lis carnage, which was in waiting for him, and
laving been asslstod inside, ho waa driven lo
Thu Dublin correspondent of tho Loudon /'usf,
ri i ti ny on tho loth of Abril says :
Tho torriblo diBCaso known aa the "purple fever"
aa manifested itself in tho city nf Cork, "'wo
urious canes, "m whick tim patient becamo pur
lo iu tho face and decomposition actually Hut iu
ofcro death," have occurred tberu. A local paper
rgoB tho authorities, in tho Taco of snob a diro
ml awful visitation, to "take prompt and effectual
ipaira for removing from tho lanes and nt reels
vcrylhing thal could alTuct or injuro tho public
Registra.! lon In tile Slot.-.
Wo clip from our exuhungoa thc following returns
f registration to dato ;
Iranchvillo. 74 ICS
towo's Pump_ . 38 81
,evfiBvillo. 42 511
Hub Houso.22 17C
'oglo'a. 27 68
Washington Seminary. 43 01
cringer's. 24 120
.-aalurlin's Mill.42 lil
inott'a Mills.07 108
loiglcr'a. .37 CG
Hhott'B. 31 82
Iroenvillo (1 day). 8 70
lil Camp.57 2
loutbiVe. 17 1
Irovo8t?tion. 40 52
lsvflelds. 74 44
Irockman'a. 60 29
LAUB ENS nisTKK-l.
Iroworton. 79 31
Ambling Shoala. 61 119
K BBS DUW DISTRICT.
first Procinot.140 R83
lecond Prooinot. 97 2(57
Jhird Precinct.92 27
H tlxmUl DISTRICT.
Itateburg. 39 468
'layer's X Hoads. 48 54
a-?vate er. 43 51
mortar's. 60 241
??ndall'a. 62 42
lann'e. 43 67
luford Bridgn.61 132
leorge's Creek. 38 57
(io aid's. 47 35
Jillorsvillo. 60 88
lam berg.131 215
.iddlepood. 20 68
land Hill. 48 68
Ulondalo. 80 289
lull Pond. 18 00
'ulmH un'?.41 67
Vindsor. 65 82
Villiston. 81 06
lUokvillo. 80 309
larnwoll C. ll. 40 248
Tax Hr turns for Sumter District.
Tho following is a recapitulation of taxablo
iroporty returned tn Sumter District, for the year
omtuoDcing October, I860:
1301,016 Valuo Lots and Puddings at 30 cents ft
Moo, ta. liol os
9,699 Capitation Tax returns, at ll.3,699 00 I
21,372 Factorage employments, profession*,
Ac,, it ?2. 487 41
478,046 Bales goods, wares and merchandise, at
CO cents fi ?100, t. 2,8ou 47
1,1 s-j Dogs at tl each.1,1 sy 00
H, 18S Oro** Income from Ear Rooms at 110
ft ?100. S18 60
?0 aroa* lacarno from Butchers, Ac, at
t2ft ?100. 4 00
800 Oro** Ut como from Hotel*, Ac, at
fi fl ?100. 10 00
19.890 O ross Income from Ssw, Flour and
unit Mill? ?t ?2 ft ?100.. 397 80
3.96T O roc* (noonie from salarte,?, rent*,
fee., over ?400, at ?1 ft ?100. 39 07
I, 900 o ron Income from the Arts of Photo?
graphing, AC, at ti v noa. 13 00
6,000 O rosa rocolpui for Newspaper* pub
llahcd. al Vi fl MOO. IIB 00
1,060 Oros* income Commission Mer?
chants, lc. atti ft ai oo.. 63 to I
6,475 Value of arttcloat manufactured at
?1 ft $100. 64 76 1
103,391 Value boggle*, carriages, gold
and sUvar plate, atc, at fl fl
S100. 1.03 MM
490 Arro* Land at S15
fl acra. ?7.360
ti otu 8,180
.? " 8 70,419
.< 7 340,7411
?' '. ? 170,718
? ? 6 489, USO
?. .' 4 409,676
" " 8 311,692
? .. 2 103,814
" " 1 43,060
at 10 cent* per ?loo U. 6.783 83
Qroir Tu aa returned.116,484 08
Poor Tax-33 H per cent on 116,479 92 U. 6.493 31
Road or Bridge Tax-00 car cant ou $11,96? 44
UL....'..?!;.il. 3^689 93
Public UuUdlng* Tax-6 per cent on tlO.479 ?3
to. . . . . .. 833 09
j; W. STUCKEY, T. O. 8. D.
J. [ttumitr Ntio$, August 81.
MAGULLA.., WILLIAMS ft PARKER,
Manufacturers, Jobbors & Retailors
FINE AND MEDIUM
CORN EH OF HASEL STREET,
orr A HI. IL's TON s. c.
WE HAYE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS?
PAPER E8TABU8HMBNT a moat extensivo and
luppliotl with a groat variety ot PIAIN AND
?ANCY TYPE, nf tlio latest aud moat approved
it>ld. ; anti wc nave ovary facility for executing
j| kinJa of JOH WORK in
Bill and Letter Heads
&C, &0., StOm
THOSE OFJHJR FRIENDS DE
MIRING JOB WORK, will please
lea YO their onie i's with us. Wo
will guarantee us good work, ami
nt ns CHEAP RATES, ns can bo
bad in Charleston.
CATHCART, MILLAN ft MORTON.
E. M. "WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED 019 OFFICE FROM <'IIAI.1IKI'ii
.lrr-t to Ho. 77 CUCROIl KTHKET. near 81.
Michael's Alley._?neu?? ?'
THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS,
PUDLIHII?D IN WINN8BORO' S. 0., AFFORD8 A
profltsbls medium for th? advertising public ol
We respectfully solicit their patronage for our marusl
OA1LLARD, BARP?BT?fl A WILLIAMS,
DIED, on Ruada; Momios. Meptotolicf Int.. Mr WIL?
LIAM HU.KV, i nattai ol in laud, nm ror Ilia last au
years a reshluul or Hil* (lily, aged Kl yeer?, ltcuulseat
In |i? ?
May 1 diu lin death of Um Jun! and may my la l uml
bu liku bia.
SS- TUE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS, AND
Acquaintances nf Mr aud Mm. WILLIAM HILLY an I
family, aro ixapoetfully Invited lo alt nd lils runeral aar?
vice? al Ht Patrick' aCburrb TAii.Voriiinj at Ton o'ciort,
a solemn roquom mas swill bc ulTcrciL
.September 2 . '
Ui-Tlxc Ilclatlvcs, Friend? mini Acqunlnt
nucca ol Slr. and Mrs. W. It. A. Il AM, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Hau, Mr. and Mrs. IL U. Hau, aro rospcclluUy
Invited to atlcud Ibo rim-ral Servi-oi rf ll ATTIE E.,
uldeal cblld of Ibu tatter, at I un iii Church, I Lu el slreel,
TAI'I Morning, at Eight o'clock. . September J
aXsT* The Helatlvei, Friends sud Arqualnl
anecsof Mr. WILLUM P. PATTKKSOH and family, sud nf
Mr. sud Mrs. JOUN F. SETLS, sro respectfully Invited lu
attend Ibo Funeral Service uf WALTER V, PATTKILSON.
sou of thu funner, at lils resldonce. No. 17 Prcsidout
street. To-morrow Aflrrnoon, at I o'clock.
Tho ilrluilves. t-i le mi? and Aequttlnt
ancos of thu laic ISAAC PEIlllY, aud ul bis Mother. Mrs.
Priinv. aro litvllod tu altoud his Funeral, al Fuur
o'clock, from bis 1st? resilience. No. 289 Meeline struct,
near Uno. 1? September 2
A3- O. U. O. OF O. F. FRATERNAL LODOK,
NO. U.-Von aro hereby aummnnod to sppear st tbo
Lodge Ronra, at balf.paat 3 o'clock Thit Afternoon, pro?
perly attired, to pay tho last tributo of respect to tbo re?
mains or limitier iHA Ail PERRV.
M. J. M MONDS,
?cploiub. r'J I* Hocrulary pro lem.
MONF.RA. are burt by liellflcd that shu la this day
discharging cargo al Sunlit Atlantic Wharf. All goods
remaining eu tho wharf at sunset will bu stored al ta?
paste* and risk of uwuer*.
JOHN A THEO. O BIT If, Ageuts.
All IToighl auioiiuUug lo fifteon (IS) dollars or lena
must bo pa i J uu Ibo wharf before delivery of good*.
September 2 2
M&- CONSIGNEES PER SCHOON)"". D. 5.
WAitM.it, Merchants' Lluo, aro notlfl uat shu is
Thit Day di?ch*rgiog Cargo it a^or'e Nurth Wharf. All
O yoda not removed beforo sunset will lui slured ?I their
risk and exponso. WM. POACH, Agent.
Septena ber 3 1
?- CONSIGNEES PEE STEAMER SEA OVIA.,
from Baltimore, aro hereby nulllled that Um Steamer ls
TAu Day discharging earg . at Pier No. I, Union Wharves
All goods not taken away at sunset will remain on
the Wharf at Cons?gneos' risk.
September 3 1 MORDECAI A CO.. Agenta.
tar REGISTRATION NOTICE.-THE BOARD
of Registration tor Wards Nu. ? ami 7 of the 4th precinct,
held al tho Eaglo Engluo Hnuao in Meeting : Ireet, will
bc held at that place, ou Jfonrfay, Tuesday and Wednrs
day, tho 2nd, 3rd, and atti September. RrglstraUon lor
Warda No. C and H. will bu held at tbc Washington
Eugino House, Vanderhorst street, uu Thursday, Friday
and ?alurtiay, Ibo 29?I, 30th. sad 31st August, front
ll to 3 o'elo ck each day.
N d'il L. TYLEE, Sour,
duli mau Hoard Iteglatrallnn Oh Precinct.
August 20 sug2C 27sept2 3
.sr IIS EQUITY.-CHARLESTON,-EXECL -
TOR'S WM. H. ELLIOTT, r?. EHAM UORLDECK. el ai.
tu pursuauco of au order made by Chancellor JOHNSON
lu thia caso, d*tod tho 6lh d*y of Auguil 1807, tho credi?
tors or tho Estate of the Uto WILLIAM S. ELLIOTT.
Esquire, sra noUfiod lo como In and prove their claims
beforo me, on or beforo Uio lClhday of Hcplcmbor noxl.
or bo debarred from ali benefit of any dee ree hereafter tc
be mode lu thia case.
Augutt 10 ni? 1 Muster Iii Equity.
sTiTTHE ATTENTION OK THE FIRE DE?
PARTMENT la called lo the following regulations :
Auy Volunteer Eugine running ou any payment lu
either th* Upper cr Lower Wards, witera the street ts
paved, shall pay a Ons of Fifty Dona rs. and any Ward
Engine comrattUng the sams offence their pay absll bc
stopped. The same rulu shall bu applicable lo the
Every Volunteer Englua Company alisll have either
bolls or a gong attached hi their Eugine or Rcol, and the
?ame shall uot be muffled, either going or reluming
from sn alarm of Ore. Tbo same rulo shall bo applica?
ble to Ward Engines, bul uo Eugine shall return from a
are fatter than a walk.
No two Steamers ?ball work kt Ute same Fire Well.
One Volunteer Hand Engino may draw water from same
Well whore a Steamer la drawing; and If two Hand En?
gines ara at s Fire Walloo Hleamor shall bs allowed to
uso the same.
Two or more Steamar* miy draw water from a Drain
PH. B. M. STR?BEL
Auguat 90 ._Clerk and Sup't
?-NOTICE T J MARINEliS.-C A P T AIN K
AND PILOTS wishing to aucbor their vesdols in Ashley
Uiver, aro requested not to do no anywhere within direct
range or the heads ol the SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, on tho Charleston and SL Andrew'* ride o!
the Ashley RWer; by which precaution, contact with the
Submarine Telegraph Cable will bo avoided.
ti. C. TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February B, 1806.
February 7 _
KT A YOUNO LADY RETURNING TO H BM
country home, tiler a sojourn of a few months In lt :
city, was hardly recognized by her Monds. In place 3
a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she bad a soft ruby eon
ploilon of almost marbto sm oo urn eas, and Instead i
tw.'nty-three abe really appeared but eighteen. Upouin
qniry aa to the cause of so great a change, abo ptatul,
told thom that she used the CIRCADIAN BALM, sue
considered lt an Invaluable acquis ?Hon to any lady 'o ml hu
By Its ase any Lady or Ocnllcraencan improve their per
annal appearance an buudied fold. It 1* simple lu ll .
comblnaUon, aa Nature herself li almplo, yet unsurpaas
ed tn Ha efficacy lu drawing impurities from, also heat?
ing, cleansing and beautifying I be skin and complexion.
By lt* direct art lon on the cuticle lt draw* from lt all Us
impurities, kindly healing the ame, and loaring the mir
face as Nature Intended lt should bo-clear, soft, smooth
and beautiful. Price $1, saut by Mall or Express, on ru
c.dpt of an order, by
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists.
No. 3 West Fayette Street, syracuse. N. Y.
The only Aroarioan Agon?a for the salo of tho same.
March 30 ly
AST BATCHELOR'B HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls th* best in tbs world. The
only frite and perfect Dy-harmlos?, reUVjlc, Uratan.
Uneotis. No disappointment No ridiculous Unis.
Natural Blick or Brown. Remedio* the 111 effect* ot ?lac
Dyet. Invigorate* the hair, leaving lt soil and besuUful
The genuine I* signed IVtlliom A. Uaiehelor. All other*
?re mers Imitation*, and ihonld be trolded. Hold by (ll
Druggists and Perfumen. Factory, No. 81 Hareby
street, New York.
Mtg- BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
December IU ly
*S*r ARTIFICIAL EYE8.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Dra. F,
BACCI! and P. O0UOLEMANN (formerly employed by
Ho i SAO sn xi t", of Pari ?), No, 699 Broadway, New York,
April 14 lyr
ESTABLISHED EIOUTEEN YEARS.
Lutiorsttory, Ko. IO Crosby street. New York
3000 Boxes. Botllei and Flask* mioufaclurad dally.
SOLD DY ALL DRU0G1S1H EVERYWHERE
- COSTAn'S " SALES DEPOT,
No. 484 BROADWAY, NEW YO Uli,
Where tl, S3 to ?A sixes sro put op fur Families, Stores
Ships, Boats, Public Institution!, ac. Atc.
It 1* truly wonderful ths confldonce that is now hail In
every form of PrepsraUona that comos from "Collar's "
.'COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS-For Rats, Mice.
Roaches, Ants, fte., ftc. "Only Infallible re m ody known."
..Not dangerous to the human family." "Rats como oat
of their holes lo die," fte.
"COSTAR'J " BED-DUO EXTERMINATOR-A liquid
Dut up In bolUes, and novar known to tail.
"COSTAR.!" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moth* In
Furs and Woollens, ht invaluable. Nothing can exceed it
for power and efficacy. Destroys Instantly all Insects on
Planta, Fowls, Animals, fte.
"COSTAR'B" BUCKTHORN BALVE-For Cuta, Burn?,
Wounds, Bruises, Broken breasts, Sore Nipples, Piles In
all forms. Old Borea, Ulcera, and all kinds nf cutaneous
affection*. No finally ?hould be without IL II exceed*
In efficacy all other Salves la us*.
"COSTAR'U " CORN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions
"COBTAR'fl" BITTER SWEET AND Oil ANCE BLOH
BJM8-Beau HD es the Complexloo, by giving lo ths sk 11
a soft and becuUful freshness, and la Incomparably be?
yond anything now In nae. tadio? of taste and poelUon
regard it ea an eeeentlal lo the toilet. An unprecedented
talo la Its best rocommendeUon. One bottle ls alwaya
followed by more. Try lt to knot/.
"COSTAU'S" BISHOP PILLA--A universal Dinner
Pill (lugir-cotted), and ot extraordinary efficacy for Oos
? v?neta, all form* of Indigestion, Nervous sad Sick
Headache. A Pul that is no? rapidly superseding all
"COSTAR'B" COUOH REMEDY-Per Cough*. Colds.
Hoarseness, Bore Throat, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asth?
ma, and all form? of bronchial, and Diseases of th?
Throat and Lung?. Andreas . _
iiKHitv n. cjusTAn,
Ho. 482 BROADWAY. N. Y.
1)0WIK & MOISE,
No. Ul Masting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
JTXVXOJT1. J? XV JU UJ?JNTS
.?-TUUNKK'M TIC DOULOUREUX OU
1 HUN KU'S TIO DOULOUREUX OH
l M\ lits AI, MBUHAMJIA PILL.
UMVKKSAI. ri KU HA LU IA I'll.l.,
A SAFE, i T Ti I A IN AND SPEEDY CURE FOR NEU
KA 1.(11A AND ALL NERVOUS DISEASES.
lt III un unfailing remedy In ?ll eues or Facial Neural,
rii, ollon oOiirtlug a perfect curu in a tinglo day. Ni
"or.ii of Nervous DI?eiso falls lo ylold lo Ila magic lnflu
ince. Even Hie sovomst cases of Chronic Neuralgia ami
(rncral Nervous Derangements of rainy ye ira' standing'
iftocltag tho onllro lyBten., ore completely and prrnia
icnllj cured by lt In a fnw dsre, or a fow weoki at tho
ltinost. lt contain* notlilug Injurious to tho inoit doli
:ato ?jatein, and van always hu mo J with perfect aafoty.
Il In lu cuuataut use by thu beat physicians, who give it
hoir unauliuoua and iiui|uallllnd approval. Snot by
indi on receipt or tl and twu pottage ?lamp*. Sold
it'll V IC It ?If CO., Sole Proprietor?, No. flo
Tremont ?Irret, Iloatoti, Han,
Sei.teinlier 'J lliwf Sum*
**. APPLICATION WLLL BK M ADR AT TIIK
ext Session of tho I.cgltbturu for a CIIAIITKII tor! Um
'ALMETTO tlUAltD CUAKITAJJLK ASSOCIATION.
( 'il i m i ir ON , August Ist, 1HC7.
August I lamotlmo
?rn- CHIRK QUARTERMABTER-R OFFICET
KC ONT) MI LITA lt Y DISTRICT. NORTH AND ROUTH
Allot.INA, CHARLESTON, H. C.. AUGUST 17,1807.
BALED PROPOSALS will bo received at thia oflku
mil 1'i o'clock M. ou Monday, tho letta day of Boptciu
er, 1867, al which limo they will be opened, lor thu pur
luuio of tho following property, viz:
Wreck of ?K?nner DOSTON, tn Aahepoo Rtvor.
Wreck of ateanior GEO. WASHINGTON, tn Coosaw
Wrec<: nf atcamor CHASSEUR. In Scull Crook.
Wreck ol ?learner lt ANnni.l'iI. tu Charlcttou Harbor.
Wreew -? -I...N... m'UtAii, tM ...... i,MIHI usn..,..
Wreck of s teamer RUI1?, in Light Huna? Inlet.
Didders will alilu tho amount ittfervd for each wm- k.
hu wrecks will ba told acparalcly aud lo tba highett
hider, uni. HS auch bid bo deemed uurratonablo.
Proposals mutt bo addressed to thu undersigned, and
larked "Proposal* fur purchase of wrecks."
R. O. TYLER,
Un i et Major-Ucneral, Chlof (juartonnaator.
Deputy Quartermaatcr-Ooucra], ti. S. A.
August IV 35
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP 1,1 VI".
TUE NEW STEAMSHIP
^?f-Tse-r. WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION
,fr&r?* YY. Wharf, on irrdnuotay, alb Uiat" al -
--?Hal i For Fralgbl or Pasean* apply to
Comor FJat Day and Adger'? Bontb Wharf.
NEW YORK AM) CHARLESTON
.eople'.s Mail Steamship Compnuy.
CAPTAI M MARSHMAN,
WILL LEAVE SOUTH ATLANT IO
^I'ifitijWi? Wharf TAurti/ay, September 5, at -
JffjBMBra Lino corapotcd of btoamar* "Mo?
rn y aud "EMILY II. SOUDER."
JOHN A THEO. O ETTY,
Septetnbor 1 _No. 4B Kant Bay.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
F?ll NKW YUltK,
HE NEW AND ELEGANT SI ll KW ll KEL STEAMSHIP
VILL LEAVE FROM AUGER'S SOUTH WHARF1
on .viiiirel.?ii, Hoptombor, 7, at VI M.
Of- All outward Freight eogagomenu mutt be mada
the oilier ol COURTENAY A TRENUOLM, No. ll
?B- For Paaeeee ?nd ?ll mitten connected with tba
ward bniiuoat of tbs Ship?, apply to STHEKr munn.
IIS A CO., Ho. 74 Eaal Hay.
STREET BROTHERS A CO., I .""_,.
C.OUK1 EN AY fcTREKHOLM, I A*8m"
0REDIST0 AND ROCKVILLE.
TUE FINE STEAMER
OAPT. I). DOYLE.
iriLL LEAVE All ABOVE. FROM NORTH ?T
' V LAN rio WHARF, ou To-Aforro tu Morning. 3d, at
Returning leav* Edltto on ir.dnri i.iy Afominp at ay;
Freight r*celv*d TAO Dag, to be prepaid.
For Frebitat or Pastago apply on board, or to
JNO. B. MURRAY.
Bcptaxlber 1_1_Market Wharf.
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF
ND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINUS U.V
TIIK BANTICK RIVER.
THE LIQHT DRAFT STEAMER
17ILL RECEIVE FltEIOHT ON THE 3D SEPTEM .
IT UER, and lear- with dlapatcb.
All freight mutt be prepaid.
For Freight sngagoinontt, apply to
August 37 _Acoommodttlon Wharf.
HARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
.TAMER PILOT BOY....CAPT. W. T. HoNELTx*
TEAMER FANNIE.CAPT. F. PECh.
)NE OF TUE A DOVE STEAMERS WILL LEAVE
Charleston every Mcnulau ?ad Tkurtday Mornmci,
7 o'clock ; ?Dd Savannah ev. ry Wtdnuday and Friday
orningt, at 7 o'clock. Touching at Blufrton on Mor,.
iy, trip from Charleston, and Wtdnttday, trip from
Prelghtrecclvcd dally Irom 9 A. M. to 6 P. M., and
s red free of charge
All Way Freight, alto Blufflon Wharf.??- uinat ba ors
Jd. , ,
For frclnht or pesaaaii, apply to
JOBK FERGUSON, Accommodation Wharf,
CLAOUORN A CUNNINOHAMS,
Agent?, Savannah. Ul.
FULLERA LEE, .
Agent?, Beaufort, a C.
N. H.-T fl notion TICKETS sold at tho office ot tn?
leucy In Charleston to pointa on tho AUauUo and Ouli
Jiro ad, sud to Fernandina and pointa on th? fit John'*
ter. August I
SUFFER NO MORE!
(Then by the ute of DR. JOINVTLLE'S ELIXIR you
a ba i ur? 1 permanently, and at a trifling cort,
fha eetonlahlng auccess which ha? attended thia lu.
luable medicino fur Physical and Nervou? vteakn.as.
neral Debility and Prostration, I-o*? ol Mtiscular Ea>
ir, Impotency, or any of the cons?quence? of youUdu.
Hacrelton, rondore lt the mott valuable proparauou
or dutoovered. ? " :_?.
lt will remove all nerroo? affection?, deposition, ox
tment. Incapacity to atudy or bualuen?, looa of moruo
ronfualon thought* of ?eU detraction, frail of In
Mtv Ac ItwiUK-tor. tho appoUte. renew the heal Ut
Ihoio who bate doslroyed.lt by Mutual oxceaaor ovil
frau* Mea, be humbuagod no mor* by "Quack Doc
a and ignorant piacllUonere, but ?oed without dolav
' tbs KU tir, and be at once rca to red lo health and hap
lea?. A perfect Cure lt Ouannteed tn every Instance.
Ire ll, or four bolUet to ona ?ddre?? ?3.
IM botUo Ut tumeicnt to effect a cur? In all ordinary
VLHO, DB. JOINVTLLE'S KPECIFIO PILLS, for tb*
?cJy and permanent euro or aonorrhtna, Oleet, Urv
?al Discharge*, Oravel, Stricture, and all affect lou? er
i Kidney? and Bladder. Cure? iff oe ted tn from rea? to
a days. They ar? prepared from vegetable ei tract a
it aro harcnlou on the art tem, and never nause?la tk*
?nach or Impr?gnala tho breath No charyl* cf diet
necoaaary while uttng thom, nor doea their action tn
y manner Interfere with buttneta porvulU. Frit? il
Silber of the abovt-menUoned article? will ba saut to
jr address, clouly aealed, ?nd pott-paid, by mall or
pr*?? on receipt of prto*. Address a? cardara to
B ERO KR, SHCTT8 A CO., OhcmliU,
klare h SO ly No, 189 Bl /ar atrsal, Troy, H. Y,