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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
VOLUME V.NO. 660.
Our Cubic DlejpnteUca.
FLORENCE. ?eptombcrSO.--OABIBALUI ha* written
a letter Ironi prison, saving ibat Ibo Roinanr cer?
tainly bave the rights of tlu ?lave of rising against
their oppressors; that it ia tho duty of tho Italiana
to help them; hopea Hist his t'ollo.-v-patriots mo
undiscouregcri. and will inarch on to tho libera
tion of Rome. The oros of tho world ard upon
them, and the nations anxiously await Hit' toonil
t>r their action.
i.utoi aooouuta reprenent tho riots aa a?rions,
lu Bonje eitiea tho moba aro fierce and obstinate;
tho troop., usiiq? bayonets, and occasionally bill
lets. Many killed ami wouudod.
Panis, September 30.-Tho ,.1'inquU l.etlrun-ji
won Crit?rium tiiki Unniiiitn prize* at the LOUR
WARUIKHTON, September 30.-lu tho roport ol
ibo Commissioner ol Agriculture for Atign.il and
September, he represents tho wheat crop ns mil ns
largo as anticipated (ti July. Corn promise* a lair
crop if frost ?looa uot ii'Jnro it. The a nur won?
uiaile ita apprnninrc in tho cutlon Ileitis about tho
lat ii.?lani, and raiiecd considerable npprchon
sion in some quartern for tho safety of Ibo crop.
The potatoea aro roHing badly in many of tho
largo pctsio-growing Slate*, nilli Hie yield ?ill he
lest than bat year.
Owing (u tho neveu- weather I ait! wittier, tho
wool clip thia your ii from Bro lo lon per cent. Ie-?B
.Tam. - M. Murphy, a Nashville negro, bas been
appointed by tho SorROlulrat-Arma of the United
Hiatos Senate, u member of tho QapUol police
A stl'OUg ?ir??aUrO ia being hlouqht lo bera'to
secure a modification of the recently promulgated
colton if.; H Int i, 11, i. Kunu rous let tem haye licon
received representing tho rout ino for obtaining
permits as impracticable in many instance* and
generally Inconvenient. The Treasury Depart?
ment has tho m a l tci under conaidoratioii.
Our Consul at Demorara, under date nf Air?uM
0, reports thal Ihn Yellow. Fever has reappeared,
principally among tho acamen iti (lie harbor.
Senor DON LIUH MOLE?A, Minister rienipoten
tiary from Nicaragua, presented letters of recall
to (he President to-dav.
BOSTON, September SO.-AncniBano FOSTEB,
Brazilian Conanl, ia dead.
KEENE, N. H., Heptomber 30,- Thore has boon
th reo inches of snow.
NEW YortK, Soplembcr 30.- Tho National Dank
of VYhlteatown, N. Y., ia reported failed.
Tho Rev. JonN M. Hui ns, an old school Presby?
terian, ia dead.
RICHMOND, Soptembor 30.-Tho registration for
final i o ubi! ni will be opened by order on the 8th
Mr. OHAKZS, ol Ute Congressional Committee to
investigate the treatment of pri?ouora, addressed
a crowd ot blacka this eveuiug at tho capital.
The split in (ho Republican parly here is be?
coming more marked. Republican ward meetings
called for to-night have boon repudiatod by HUN -
Nico a'r, the acknowledged leader of tho blacka.
In a apeech this evening he warned tho blacks to
beware of Northern dough-faces who are Bottled
among thom eud pretend to bo republicans.
Colonel J. A. BATES roturuod from Euro po, and
has boon ordered to relioro Major STONE, Cominis -
aioner of tho Bureau ot Petersburg.
FRA.NKI.IN STEABNES,' a Conservative Republican,
baa Deon nominated for (be Convention by a Re?
publican meeting in tho county.
Tile Eloctloaaa In Tenneute,
NASHVILLE, September 30.-It was perfectly
quiet on Saturday, the voting being confined
mainly to negroes and ?tranger?. Tho Mnvor re?
ceded from Ilia'?clermin?lioii ol' holding a poll
undor the chai tor nf '06; but (he prcsont olbciols
will keep their placea until misted by (bc court-,
lilut In Sn i ii ii ii a li.
HAVANNAH, Hoptember 30. - Ono Bradley, a Hes?
ton mulalto, lina been several timm arrested hy Ibo
military and civil authorities for swindling negroes
and exciting disturbances. Ile had u galncring
hero of some 1CO0 negroes, mostly from thc coon?
il >, (o-tiay. In tho conree ol Iiis harauguu ugatiiKl
while mon and in favor ol' a distribution of landa,
tho conoc? catii e negroes iuteiTuptcd him. when u
meleo ocenrred. A largo force of prdico charged
through the crowd. Tho military came lu their
aid, and together (hey eleni ed thc arpiare. The
muakota brought in by Hie Ini go band ol' country
negroes were taken by (ho police and (urned over
(o the military. A large proportion of the colored
population disapprove nf BRADLEY'S prorrcdiuga,
and ?limat?n to aassfisinalo him.
The entent? cordiale between (ho city govern?
ment and tho militai y uiTbrda great satisfaction to
all classes oxce.pt tho ignorant adherents ol' Brad?
The eily in all quiet. A disturbance had been
threatened to-night between tho country and Con?
servative eily colored people. General ANDERSON,
tho Chief ot Police, lina given orders lo arrest
every person, regardless, of color or politics. Tho
military romaine under arm*, but thoir ncrrices
will probably not bb needed. A largo number of
thc rioter? havo been si rested, und the ringlead
ors will probably he sent (o Fort Pulaski.
* ifilow Fever in Mobile.
MOBILE, September BD.-Thorn were 33 deaths
f rom tho fever here during the paa( two days.
Yellow Fever in New Orien us.
NEW ORLEANS, Sopleniber 30.- The interments
t'rolo yellow fever for the 24 boura ending Suuday
morning,--.viire di; io (his morning, 07.
i lu mr st lc Murin I,.
. .. KOON DISPATCH.
NEW YOUR, Soptembor 30.-Stocks active aud
atrong-.. Money in fair demand at 7 por cent. Ster?
ling, eight9|; Um?9]. 'Ga coupons ll.li. Floor
a abade rrnnor. ! Wheat 2a3c. better. Corn Jaie
bettor, . Oate"qiiiof hil d et cady. Pork dull, at
?23 11-lfi. , Lard firm, at 14je. Whiskey quiet.
Cotton dnil, ill' 22c.; ?Teigrit? quiet. Turpentine
57Jn58e. Rosin in fair demand; atrained 13 87}.
Stocka activo but heavy. Oold 43 j.,. .'62 coupons
1182. Flour, rhore doing; State $8 25al0 60; South
em <l0 ?l?ali. ' Wheat steady nt noon's advance.
Mixed Weetem Corn tl SOal 314. Oats dnil and
drooping;. Western 74Ja7?J. Pork heavy at $23 75
a28 85. Whiskey quiet! Cotton steady; sales yoo
bales, at 22c. Rl?e doll and nominal. Sngar less
active bot Arm. Rio Coftoo activo at former prices;
other qualities dull.' Turpentine unchanged.
Rosin $3 fa7}a8. Lard firmer at 14 jc. Tallow stea?
dy at 12al21. Freigbta drooping.
BALTIMOBX, September 30.-Cotton quiet and
unchanged. Floor dnil and unchanged. Wheat
..?jpressed; prime to choice Rod $2 40a2 SO. Corn
dull. Oats firm ; primo 70*72. Rye unchanged.
Provisions quiet, and nominally unchanged.
WILMWOTON, Soptembor 80_Turpentine dull at
5i[ Rosin finnor at *3 12 j ar, co.
CincTjouTi, September 30.- Flour firmer ; prices
imo..- aged. Wheat in good demand ; No. 1 Red
$2 40. Corn firmer at 08. Meas Pork t'rt ; Meata
unchanged. Lard 132814.
NEW OHL KANS, Heptomber 30.-Sales of Cotton
126 balsa-market qtifel and itaaler. Low Mid?
dlings 181c Receipts CO balea. Louisiana Sugar.
Only a retail businoes. Fully Fair, 15jc; Prime.lfle;
Cnba Choice'.dull-retailing at 12Jal34c for Noa.
12 and 13. Molasses.- Nothing doing. I I.mr
quiet, with light sales. Treble Extra ? 12; dioico
I12.40a|19.10. Corn.- No salo?; prices firm. Mined
$1.40. White $1.45. Onto steady and finn at 80c.
Pork lint nuking 127.25. Bacon.-Only limited
jobbing trade. Shoulders 15al5j>.; Clear Sides 19
al9ic. Lard quiet-in tiorcra at 154; in kegs 16.
Oold 43j. Sterling 56808. Now York Hight Ex?
change i a i per cont premium.
Monti, September 80.-Sales 1000 bales; Mid?
dlings 18c. Receipts 833 balee.
HAVANNAH. September 30.-Cotton opened with
a better feeling, but no advance. There waa a lair
inquiry bnt thu salee were small; .Middlings i8c.
Receipts 600 balee.
ATJO?BTA, September 30.-Colton active and
Armor; aalea 350 bales; Middling* 17*e Reroipla
SOObalos._ / i
A BLOW AT CASTE-Tho Oood Templars of Iowa,
in Grand Lodge asRomhlrd, laloly resolved that
their order is founded upon and recognizes tho
great Christian law of tho brothorhood of mou;
and that, Uko tba Ooapcl of Christ, it ought not
and cannot rocof/nlzo any distinction of raco, color,
or condition in ita work of Christian bonovolooce
bat opens its doors and offers all its privileges and
help to whosoever uuy como and accept Its simple
rules and regulations.
.UH. UK KC I IKK ASO ?UV. IMCKENS.
Novel writers, those of tho moro impudent and
reckless sort, not uufrequeutiy manage to impart
a factitious hitorest tn their nairativos, otherwise
Uttil anil prolis, by introducing living char'-'tora
und describing roter.iporary ovotiU of gret
national itnporlaoco. Novelista have often tak-n
tho license to inlroduco (usually for purposes of
satire) living obartolera, l>nt generaUy under
asfiiimcd liamos. But tn Introduce mou living,
ultu ployed a piotulnont pirl only Uvo or six years
>, and detente tho events. in which they were
p'liiripal actors; utoro than thia, to roprose-trt
thom a-i giving reasons for their aidions, aud of?
OOUrea in uinu caaos out ot ton put laugii. ami
sentiments in their inoutba, lo which they would
not subscribe, is :i course ot procedure which we
ave al a loss lo ehaiactoih:e in language evprosh
ing tho indignation wo fed, yet ot tho annie time
temporale, a? befits tho unblassnd critic.
Wc ino of thc low ?rho havu patiently tuul hope?
fully followed Air. IICNIIY WARU DKIXUKR, through
all HIP prolixity and preaching of Hie iiiriy-lhi-ctv,
chapters, Ilma fur published in thu .Wm York*
Lexlyer, of "Horwood; or Yillngc Ulta in Now Eng?
land." Wo have sympathized frith him ngnin nud
again, when wo found liim lu a palpable slr iii of
uot knowing what lo do tor Ibu next. wcok'-- co|)y,
or bow lo dispuse of his charnrloie. Wo havo no
duubt many ol II?K nnprniVaaloTlll render H UIIIHI
have been greatly puzzled lu know why a few
weeks ago, rbi' no anise that could bo reasonably
assigned, Parson BUKM.'* wife WAS killed off, and
lier funeral obsequies minutely chronicled, when
thc said Indy li*.'. liov.-r before been named io tho
course of tlu> story. Tho trna explanation, wo
iakn it, was thal l'nrsou Br.Fcur.it aid nut fool very
bright, and BONNEII'S devil being clamorous foi*
"copy," bu eat down and prosed for two ur three
hours over otra. EUELL aud her busbaud's great
ri 01 ic t io ii at tho loss nf no estimable a ?vife. I '
A Biruilar prcdicnmoul doubllesi tniggeated
"changing tho venuu" to Charleston. 'Hui nub
hero. Mr. Hr.vwoou, un "F. V. V.," who lind been
residing iu ?'Norwood.," and but rocontly boon "rc
fusod" by Uta bemino, M?BS WENTWORTH, in n Ul ot
doaporation goes lo Charleston, iu tbc spring ol
18C1. There ia no satisfactory CTplanatlon given
for so rash n blop ott the pai l of Ibis "8oulli6ru
gentlemen with Northern principles." Ho ia forced
hero, noient: voten*, because it suits Mr. BEECHER
to UH two or thiee chapters with tho siego of Fort
Barnier, at little outlay of thought or labor.
In Chapter X 1.1, Mr. HEYWOOD commences his
letter, detailing events in Charleston in March,
1801. He baa letters to Governor PICKKNS and
other notabilities, and naturally at once gains their
confidence. Govornor P. and General BEA tut LU mn
reveal their moat accrot plana and ulterior pur?
poses to. thu unsympathizing breast nf this Vir?
Under dale of April 10 hu writes:
"I am informed to-day by Gov. riebens thal he
has word from the Government at Washington
thal provis! ina are to be Bent to Fort Sumter at all
bazarda, and that ho baa communicated the Berne
to hts Government at Montgomery. There ia
great excltoraeut. I urged the plan already men?
tioned. Anderson cannot hold ont many dava.
Starvation will giro the fort into their banda full
aa noon as artillery can. Untosa bloodshed is
needed for some political pwrpo?o, I cannot imagine
a reason for bombarding. Meanwhilo thc city
swarms with troops arriving with every trahi,
while those hitherto camping hero have been dis?
tributed to the forte and batteries. Business ia
almost dead. It seems Uko a military holiday.
Tho' current for aeceasion and a .Southern n?
public rushes like a mighty stream. Nothing
can Blay it, and nothing roeist. It amounts, if
not to ? phronzy, vot to an irresistible enthu?
siasm. Every one ia exhilarated. Tho moat ex?
travagant pic turon aro drawn of the futuro of this
new ampire. Last night I hoard sovarnl nf thc
loading mon and managors of affaira discussing
the prospect. 'Bombard tho fort-commit thc
Stale irrevocably by shedding blood. Thc Gov?
ernment at Washington cannot do loss then than
to threaten coercion. Tho first stop in that di?
rection will bring every cotton-gi owing State to
our aide. If the conflict berrina, even thc border
States must como to this side. Against such n
front nu uar will over no madel' ' Turning lo ino,
ono of the gentlemen Raid : 'Yon shrink at the
shedding ul blood, ls it not better by thc IOBH ol
a few livra, and tho consolidation theroin nf fif?
teen state?, tn prevent war. limn by tompori'/.tug
tn go at length tutu a conflict which, though uni
doubtful in hmm-, will sacrifico huudrcd-i und il
may bo thousands of hvca ? Kv un humanity would
dictate decisivo ni. asuren.'
"I replied : 'I think, geiHlotiicn, (hat fournis
Uko thc wbole feeling ol tho North, [f tin Hag H
fired upon there will be war. If thoro is war, yon
must preparo voursclvos for a long and terrible
-.mo. Thc South will not yield easily. Tho North
will bc ovoti morn tenacious.'
"Some of tho gentlemen were curious to know
mot o of my opinion nf tho North, which 1 gave
Hut thc majority laughed to acorn thc idt>a ul
Kollh?rn courage. What ia most singular is, that
thc men who inosl doubt Northern lighting quali?
ties were themselves from Ibo North, or worn boru
ol Northern pnronla I Ono or two dory spirits de?
clared that willi a thousand picked mon tliej coultl
march train Charleston to Now York; Hint" there
wcro mure in number in Ibo North who ironic
greet them than would fight, und that in lesa thur
a year peace would bc oHablishod. Tho meeline
brok?.- up, and as wo walked together I again, ant:
with warmth, urged upon Gorerno* I'ickens tonne
bia inllucuco tn prevent actual hostilities
1 know not why, with my sentiment!
plainly disclosed, I am treated with H<
much' confidence by gentlemen who arc
in thc moat secret councils of accoasiou
But ao il is. Hu replied tn my importunity
" 'Hoywood, I honor your fidelity to your coil
viciions, and I do not wonder at*your opiiiiom
respecting tho North. Yet, you aro Southern, ant
you will bo obliged to join it?. Events will prov<
stronger than men's willa.'
" 'But not, 1 limit, than mono principio?.'
" 'AU honest mon agreo in priuciplea. it ia Un
application of principles that creates a different
of opinion upon pubho nil urn. For instance: Yoi
believe in jurd iou, and so du I. But what is juat
That ia tho quost ion between Ibo North and South
Wc bellin o in humanity. Uni which ia the aurea
way ot' ticing humano? sometimes f.irLoarauca
will ennui ilute humanity. Sometimos nggresaioi
is moro human?'than peace. To tiru upon .Sum
tor will prevent a civil war. Von think nr.t
It is not a difference of principles, Lint of judg
mont. Von beb evo that Hie happiness of th
population will be consulted by unity of nationa
Ufe. Wo beliovo thal two initions aro botter thai
one. Wo ajeroc as to Ibo principio, viz.: tho dui'
of seeking tho happiness of tho people. Wo dide
as to meonB only. I say that you nro uno of us.
mean that your aytnpathiea go with tho land o
yonr hirth. Events aro transpiring that will drat
tho lines, and all men will havo to choose aide?
Tho timo is cloao at band. It will be impossibl
for you, when von seo that tho rupture cannot b
proYontod, to (ako aldea against your father an
Kindred, against your Btato, against nil your com
panions, and against tho South and all its gloriou
futuro 1 Your honor and yonr affection will con
pol the right course. And it is thia certainty wine
induces me to confide in you.
"He then laid open to me the whole inside view
aud 1 confeaa that my heart SH uk within me. SB h
closed, and I felt a gloomy cortainty that tue no
tion was rent in twain. '
" 'There are,' said be, 'among the active and in
fluential men in tho South tbreo classes. Firsl
sro the old politicians, who do not want eecessloi
s d threaten it only to secure for thc Soutji cei
tam further concessions which ahaU 'prolong ll
political ascendency. They are dull and aeliU
men. Th ny foresee' nothing and plan nothing ei
cept the poaacaslon of political power.
" 'Next is the great middlo class, containing ll
active young men, and most of.tho families <
wealth throughout the South. Tboy thronten ai
cession nud or?n wolcomo lt, but with a diatini
understanding among themselves that it ia ti
hhoi-te.it road to a reconstructed Union. I They a
hold to the antiquated auparstilion of a' single tu
Hon. When onco tho South is organized, and i
government recognized, then, they reason, wiU b
gin a process of disintegration of the Northoi
Union, and of the absorption of ita particles I
tho Southern Union. One by one the Northwes
om Statea trill dissolve their connection with thc
Government, and como under our now Constiti
don. Pennsylvania will not be long in foUowin
New York will not conaont to soo lier common
pasa lo Baltimore and Charleston. Now Engten
which has boen the firebrand of tho continent, mi
smoulder and go to abbes among hoe own rock
Wo will have none of her. Her young mon w
emigrate, marry.and conform to the customs of tl
South, lu fifty years she wiU he aa lit I io heard
aa Nova Scotia or Newfoundland.
" 'Tho third class ia the only ono thal hos a cle
and dint ? net plan and principia. All the others a
drifting and catching at aoctdonts and hoping f
lucky events. Hut wo have a definite cud in vie
We mean tooatabUah a Southern Confedoraa-y, co
fined, if poflsiblo, to latitudes in which slavery c
Kroll tn bly exist. Wo shall resist tho ontranco
reo Statea. Wo don't waot them. Free and ula
Statea cannot live together. What is tho uso ol
divorce, if one turna ilgbt-about and manies t
ehrow over again? No. Wo aro for immcdii
separation; for 'tho eRtabllsbmont of a itali
whoso climate," Industries, institutions and pool
aro homogeneous. Wo want no war. If lot aloi
vu will bo peaceful. When it ia Bottled, that t
South is permanently and forever a separate a
independent nation, there may spring up kind
latinos between it and the North/
. '"I inquired :
"'How can you apeak with andi coundon co
success when von admit that you aro a small t
iioritv, and t hat tho two oilier claaaoa constiti
tho wealth and tba inQuontlal uisn of tho South
" 'Bocinad, in a revolution, tho mon who ati
still aro powerless. Thoao mon who purpose i
I orgotio action feUit tho temper of such times,
peaoo. conaorvallvea-and, in revolution, radict
will ni wa.va lead. Hardly ono man in Montgnm
wanted seocSRlon. South Carolina torced thom
it. This glorious State ls guided by a fow men v
know what tboy are aiming at, ana who use, th?
foro, evory opportunity with advantage. All
rest aro moro waiters upon timo.'
" 'Do yon moan tltat President Davis did
wish accession ?'
'.'Ho belonged lo diu (Mond class of whom I
spoko. Ho was opposed to secession. Ho could
havo been ..ribod casilv (o itialnlsiii Ibo Union.'
" 'Yea, with the offer of tho Presidency of it.
Au ambit iona, obstiu ito mau, aubtlo rathol* than
strong. A rriao manager af couuuou allaita, but
not lsrgo enough for comprehensive ami complex
madora. Ho will do very well, however, to pilot
ua out of the Union. Ho'itt proud and porslsfoat,
ami will not easily Ix; bamboozled.'
.' 'How do you regard Riovista ?'
'. 'A MRBCIOIU umi..without any helly.'-^
" 'What tin vim iiiCah liv that ':'
'. 'He is ad brains, lint ho lac!..- force for ?et
lion. He is a good lecturer, hut u poor loader,
He lua guim olf with us hut an u priest might ho
imagined lu havo gone off. with tho ten tribes,
hoping all thu tiuio lo gut bark lu Jerusalem. Ho
ROM wiih lu in hope?, hyj and bye, to have in
lin. 11,1 lo get UH back imo tito Union. M'hut is)
like n fiifk-aparr.itv dying with n ?t?rm, hoping tu
.* ..stephen* portainly r?tika high aiiniug the
,**'flo uitgbl lo. Ko is I iu neill, and a nagarintin
critic of hisloiictil ovoutrt. Iii- is wiso about Ulinga
I hal have alro.idy ha|ip?ued. Hut he has no enn
htmctivo wisdom. Ito lias tielthor tho imaglnn
tlon, thecourage, nor the-well--the faust i emin
necessary f>.. founding IMW Bieten.'
"Hy thin lime wo hud mobed St. Philip's
Church, and my companion oulorcd n modest
burial-ground lying Boram Ibu way from il. I
hesitated al ent?rine;. 'Only a few flops,' ?aid he.
We muna tu rt grave, upon which stood, in altar
form, a larga white slab Of maible. Hythe fatnl
light of the inOon I MW cul nptm the ?utidle ot it -
iiulhing ...I. .... and unthill-.; beneath ll-alone,
niiuole anti large-thu name
"For a moment ur l*mi there was silence. At
length my companion spoke:
V 'lied ur. Incl, we nie.nhl have hud a leader.
He waa our proDbet. Ho brought nu tu tho verge
of tho Promised l.aiul, hui was Inlt him-.-If Hilf
forcd to gu over. Ho died, and no nun ia found
worthy to boar bia mnnt.ol Being dead, ho yet
.-pei seth, ?'rom Iii is spot mic ? lort li tho influence
which will found a new nut um. Men will como
hither, in h tor days,-upon pilgrimages, aa thoy
have hlthorto lo Mount Voruon I'
" 'I havo always doomed his ingenuity aeuto,
" 'Impracticable Y Is thu Ibbie an impracticahlo
book boo m , pooplo aro nul wisc enough lo prac?
tice its truths ? AU men of st-cd-thoughta aro oa
loomnd impracticable In tlurir own generation.
Men want something which they oin uso now
not Moniothing which will feed them by-and-by.
They plant auiuincr crops, not urchnrds. Thu
popular tninkors aro millern and bakara, who
grind wheat Mid biko broad for itnniodiato uso.'
" 'Do you regard tho prosout movement iu tho
Koulh an thc result of Calhoun's teaching ir'
" 'Thora is not a man uudor Atty in South Caro?
lina who baa not boon - fashioned by Calhoun's in?
fluence. Every 8 mt heut coUego lisa taught hts
writings. Uiu viowa of tho sovereignty of the
separate States in tho Union aro tho"lover by
which we shall pry I ho Union apart. A great
man I aud wiaor tliaii his timon I'
We v- undue how Oor. PICKEHS hkoa lo havo lila
codo of politicsl morals given to tim world by
Parson HEEC-DER. In candor wo fool bound to aay
that Mr. BEECHER'S narrative, in so for as any allu?
sion (a m ide to the South, ia free from Ibo invec?
tive, and blind, fanatical hatred ho waa ao fond of
indulging in a few years ago, and to whtch so
many ot thu writers of tho North, even to thia day,
think it necessary io treat their readers, still,
because apparently HO impartial, Ibo ollouse ia Ibo
greater. His rondoring ia accepted, uveu by tho
?nore wary, and lau ly inclined, art absolute truth,
and it will be all hui impossible ever tu gain a
hearing for a truly unbiassed a eco ii ut of those
IFVOSI Ht Xtw Ynri: H:raU.\
limi t-;, SEPTKEBEB 7, IbYiT.
Wt'ilncsdav waa another of those festive dava tm
whi h the Colognese, having pushed tho dirt of
their uncleanly town a little further out or sight,
dueted off' the panos of Ht. Urania's etoven thinis
nud virgina for ibo cvea of boliovern, and docked
out their grand old ?ulld Hall, in repair for Ibo
one groat attraction of their city. Hie cathedral.
This they have bceji doing and repeating almost
annually'and aoml-annually, centennially and scmi
ccntcnnislly, since old Conrad von Hochatedon,
Archbishop* of tho province, laid the corner atuue
of tho wonder.ul edifico with solemn ceremonies
om; bright August murniu,: lu 1218. and this, aavs
thc legend, t hey may I contiono.to tlo tu the ond ol'
limo without ever hoing allowed to cel?bralo tho
cotapwHoanrtno itrhefare. vreJili.-.n nr?yuthat
Conrad rejected all the plana uttered to him, aud
that a young architect waa HU rant doini by the
refusal of one he had brought thal he resolved ttl
destroy himself, and went duwil tu the Hinno fur
that purpose, listore throwing himself into tho
river he determined to essay one more s Vet eh,
when nn old niau appeared, profforud him Ibo de
aigh :,t.ei word adopted, asking in exchange the
only thing of which Ibis old man has throughout
he-inn seemed anxiniui tu nc(|Uire a ?tuck hin
soul. Nut daring to accept ami unable tu refuse il,
thu architect reqnoatetl, and received, a respite
nf twenty lour noms. Holli were punctual to
their ni -punit mont on the following day, and the
devil iuinie.il.iiely pi,nineo.1 tho amazing plan ; but
while he waa reiterating thc prcvioiiH conditions
(ho young mon Hnntehcil the parchment und drew
h om nuder Ins cloak u relic ol' Ht. Ursula, with
.aInch ho Minnie him in the face. "Ttinl," cried
Satan in a rage, '-is a ruse of thc Church, bul tho
cathedral which thnu baal stolon from mt will
never ho lim -bed, and thy name shall remain un?
known." Ho actually lore out, na bc uttered these
words, a piece of the design, a loss which shortly
afterward caused the death ul Hie architect,
through chagrin al not hiing aldo lo restore thu
Alternately "flourishing and languishing, thu
building was continued at intervals till tho reign
of Frederick William IV., who established a T>om
haiivorciti, or association for furthering tho build?
ing pf thu cathedral, mid laid a corner stone for
the recomtnonconioiit of tho work, on tho-Uh of
September, 131'.!. Wednesday trna thc tivonty-flftb
anniversary of this new beginning, and no 'small
preparations wero made to appropriately cel?bralo
it. Besides tho Rutuan Catholic clergy of tho dio?
cese and tho nmgiinteH of tho province, tho pres?
ence ol the King and Queen WOP expected ; hut thu
latter sent a noto of regrets, and thc King waa re?
presented by Ibo Crown Prince.
Thc et r.-monica consisted of tho ouatomnry pro?
cession, headed hy dignitaries in , ilieial droaa of
.-?ie.-.ai ac rv ieee according lo Um Romlah ritual,
nu oration and a dinner. In reply to the loyal
vi ?alies uttered by thu orator fur the King, i he
Crown Prince sp?fcn BH follows :
. "In the mimi'nf hm Majesty thu King I express,
lo Von all tho joyful Hytr.pathv .elt by my royal
father for this day'H festival. Ilia known'lo you
alt what a lively interest bia Majesty has taken in
the furthering mid completion of thia work from
ih:i( moment in which Ins brother, now resting in
il.nl. King Frederick William IV., with magnani?
mous words laid tho coiner alono for thu further
building of the Cathedral. Hci Majesty the
Queen, my august mother, also expresses through
ino bor moat sincere joy at seeing this beaut ifni re?
sult of unite d Oorman offert advanced thus far, and
her rogrut ut not hoing able to bo arnon'! ua. on
this day. In no smaller degree duos fthe Crown
Princess, my consort, chorfsii a, most lively in tor
cat in this wonderful and niagiii?coiit Hti?tinturo,
and she unites hor wishes with mino that this
groatost and moat beautiful German houao of God
will in a few years havo roached ita perfect oom-'
p'.stion.' With joy and pride do I pass in your
midst this lestai day, which gives proof of what
German industry, Gorman energy and German
porsoverciico have been able to accomplish within'
a few abort years ; and not alone havo UIOBO mighty
walla been retaca during tho twenty-ti ic years,
tho work of which they moy readily bo considered
a Symbol which bas grown aud talion a long Btop
toward tho long-striven for goal. Let ua receive
therefrom the monition to fur thor build with iron
consistency until tho last atone is added to the
whole, anti not to rest until thc towers aproad far
and wido tho glorv of the German name. M av
God grant it I"
The Joyful acclamations bf tho people which
greeted tins speech were followed by tho singing
of a hymn, composed fur tho occasion, hy the
fanions malo choir of Cologne, and an address to
the'Princo by the "Pro?idont of the association.
:1UHlcd and l/nsUlllod Laborers lu Eng?
Tho Pall Mall Ga-utto says: "There oro two
Kinta brought ont In the evidence taken by tho
ado Union Commission which aro essential to n
thorough compreherndon of thc ti .ade union ques?
tion, but which have not received tho attention
they deserve. Thc first of theso la the i loportion
horno by tho skilled artisans ongagnd in thc vari?
ous trades to tho unskilled onoa, or mero laborers,
auxiliary lo those artisans, dependent upon tho
eontlnnanco of their work, rondcred dost it uto whon
they strike, bul not momberaof tho union nor sup
fiorted by its funds. Tho SIR ond is tho compara
hroly email proportion of tho unionists to tho
whole number nf work mon in cac it separate trado
or industry. ' Both points are most important-tho
ono as showing tho collateral sutioring cnusod hy
strikes to those unconnected with them and unable)
to prevent them; tho other os showing how small
ta often tho minority which, hy ita organization, ia
eimblod to control tho majority.
It appears from the ovide'nee of Mr. M mit,
Secretary to tho General Builder's Association,
that thc entire number or workmen engaged in
building trades is about 900,000, classed ne fol?
Carpenters and join- Hawycrs. 'M.'t?i
era.204.1S3 Laibmixon. 9,083
Museum, ste ur cut- Qusron men. 07,067
lars, .Icc.117,4*3 rirlckmakcr? and
Bricklayers. 80,391 clay laborers. 43.653
bl?tera and Hiera,..'. 8,68C -
Piaste) ?re. M.a?l Ml,fl I
Painters, plumbers laborer?.318,095
ana auuen. M.O?fl -
Tho moro laborera, especially if we Include tho
laborers in Lrlck-flolda whoknoad tho clay, amount
to more than one-fourth of tho wholo number.
But of the 621,000 who may bo considered as
skilled laborera or artisans, it appoars that only
00,n00 aro union mon, i. e.. about one-seventh, tho
proportion varying from six per cont, among tho
brickmakers to thirty per cent, among tho plas?
terers. That is to say, putting tho two results
together, ono unionist can eoe fen six nou-uiiionlaU,
andovory throeskillod labor?is can, according to
thotr will, doprlvo ono unskilled laborer of broad.
It has boon demonstrated in Ghicago that a
comfortable houao for a poor mau eau be built
REOI3TFATIOS is CLAUESDOS.-'I'tio ictiuii from
the various registrar?an precincts have hoon made,
sud wo aroiurtcbtod to tho kindness or Mr. Bokurt
Becket; Cllatrmau ot the Board, tor a particular
H mt cm i nt of the reiiiatrition at cadi precinct
which np will publish next ?reek. We only have
8p?oi\ st present, (ogive tho aggregate result of
registration In the-District. Registered While
voters Uti. Col ero I sol era 1>17. Aggregate 22!):).
Si'wsiif Aonmr. - Tho number ol wagon loads
ol rat hogsheads, ..bundle*, boxes nm) boles which
have greeted nur pfiff daily tat a week past, tell us
that our mciehnuU uro rt-ooiving their tull stock
ut goods mid that " Junina lifo in tho old land vet."
ll ls thought UM supply now licing rcroivod" will
be Hie larr-est over brought to thia market.
foi ION. Up tu yesterday (Ktldavl murnini;
illly bal*? of new cition liare beru sold in our
town, the maximum'price IM j.
I ll'fNMiaVlMil' iVl'/r.r.
A PAIU.NO l?onimiiv. Un Ibo Ititii ur .September,
nt about eight o'clock in HM evening, ono of tho
inuit during robberies that wu have heard i.r late?
ly waa cumiuiiicd M thu ?lure ul' Mr. li. M.
Riuauuel, Brownsville, 8. c. in Illili Dietrict. Mr.
I'!. M. Emanuel usn jv Clntrli-Hton atibo limo, end
Ibo aturo wa* m ch.iiao of his hmthor. Mr. Colutn
Inis Emanuel. Tito circumstances of tho robbery,
nu lit icily rehile,I tu ns by Mr. C. I'manuel, ?tr.? aa
Mr. C. Kniamiel had toll thu dwollihg-hiutso BOOH
after dnrk and pron' dod lo tho ?stoic, soon alter
willoh ho wont lo lu., coom and prepared to retire,
when he hoard eenie ono i.mvkiuif ?t tho trout'
dour, whlolt ho. r.ft.r homo honttiiUun, opened,
when two iH)r?oiis utqfpt d in and asked fur some
rackern. He told thom lib had the required nr
iolo, and closed Hie door. While Ito was wailing
upon those mou, ouo ol them said ho had left Ino
saddlc-hags in lhnpiizz.i, and went tu tho dour,
unlooked it amt noni 'out, mid soon afterward re?
timed, loltowed by mud lier of thu party, nod
while he was again untiing upuii tho' other
two, uno or them seized bim t[k Jho collar,
willi pistol in hand, "div r.ioaiiorvf'atracik him
with hi.? list, when the whole party seized Mr.
Emanuel, led him to tin pfazea, and' hold bim
there woll guarded, while tho rest of tho party
robbed tho store aiui hin hruthrr'e ti mik-, consist?
ing of dry gonds, clothing, huts, and other arti?
cles, eighty ur iiiuuty do Hui's in grceuViacka, about
U1IO hundred dollin 1 In r'.lalo Bunk billa-thu vatuo
ol all tho articles taken amount mg lo ubutit seven [
huudrud dollars, Ur. c. Pm ?mu o I waa also rubbed
of a gold watch, nUtol and gold pin. There vero
about lliteen of these deaperadoea. white and mu?
Tmniodiately alter this huppuuod, Mt'. Emanuel
roported tho' ciroiuiisjBuce to Headquarters, at
Darlington C. II., when capt. UankinB, command?
ing tho Post, disnstch^d a detachment of soldior*
to capture tho villains.' Bnt up to tho present timu
thor li ave failed to accomplish u nytiiin ;. Wo hopo
they will Boon bo secured and brought lo justice.
Tho citizens of our dial rici ahontd not rest aatis
lied until theao bands ot banditti aro dispersed or
espl?n ol, and punished to tho extent ot Hie law.
Our country is nu sa fa while auch marauders sro
prowling at largo throughout tho country, Hooking
to destroy our property and even btu- lives. Lei
no timo bo lout until every man is safely in tho
lock-up, and where they will moot their jual re?
Tile ldc? of llcslalanri'.
Ai a llopublicaii meelina in Cincinnati on (satur?
day, alter Hiieechort bv senators RHEBUAN and
WADE, of Ohio, Henntor Tfctvr.Tt, of Nebraska,
I said : 2
'I havo recently boen in Min land ami tho Din
triot nt Columbiu", having left Washington only
uight i lei. ho.i. Whitu iliet-i I tonk apeuia1 pains
to i tr omi myself iu rel-ition to Ibo prosont purpos?
es of Mr. Johnson, and obtained whitt I am about
to state from reliable authority. 1 declaro upon
ray responsibility aa a Ronator hf t he United Stolen,
that to-day Andrew Johnson meditates and do
signs fore d'il o rea ?si anon tn the authority uf Cou
gi o I make this slatoinciii deliberately, having
received it from unquestioned and unquestionable
1 cannot point nut tho occasion uti ulrick homey
attempt to uso military force, lt may he In pre?
vent tue assembling uf Congress, ur "when assem?
bled, if tho llnnso of Representatives passes arti?
cles of impoaohment, or it mav be fur tho purpoan
ol lorcing the Southern .Senators and Kcpiouonta
tivei, to scats tn Congruas. . Tlio question may bc
aaked, "How can he do'?siob a Itolnjr?" Von
recollect that six months ago,(iovernor .Swann, of
Maryland, waa elected H united Mistes Hcnator,
and that a few weeks afterward ho declined, giv?
ing grave reasons of atato as thu cause, lt waa
that Licit! ouant-Goveriinr Cox, ol that State, could
not bo trusted for Johnson's purp > ie c *
Theru -'s to-day a staudlfig. nrniy m Maryland
an organized militia fore ti ur.rli BM no oilier Stat;,
in tho Union- ha?. olurore., .Visiuly *>v roturnt.l
rebels. When thc limo comeo which ho lookH Tor,
under aoine pretence Johnaon may declaro Mary -
lend mid tho District ol' Columbia nuder mai tod
law, ami cull upon llotvrnor Swann to bring forth
Ilia mili tis. There is notting ihnt will doler John
sun fruin his purpose, except when the issue
comen Hui bin courage may fail. I make thin
statement Hut the American people may know the
danger that threatens their pesco nnd safety.
ir lViiiisyivnna and Now Vurk ciro dom?-Tai io I
majorities in tho coining election* it iv ?ll embolden
him tu corry uni his pur|>ose; ami I hope that von,
tho peuple of Ohio, will bo warned in timo, and Bu
cuait your votes ns ld reunite and prove?.t tho mad
designs nf t Inn bad man ultu is now acting Presi?
dent ul tho United Stale-. But, gem lernen.
let mo nay lo ynu Hint whenever John?
son nltoinpls loree, mid ordern any sol?
dier? Me tuny have under Iii? command
to r. -iii llio mill?n ?ly ol Congress, his
doom is healed, 'lite late from which ho has
preserved tho traitor Jefferann Davis will thou
lie mci. .! ont tn him. Aye, when Hint limn ernies
riOO.lKKi men from Pennsylvania, Now York and
oin., will Uv lo arms and (ramp tho soil nt Mai v
land to reach l ie beleaguered capitol and rescue
il li mu thc hands nf rebels and traitors, lu con?
clusion, let me say to you who have bonn- tho dap
? before ibo enemy," do "your duty in. the roming
cloctions; volo for those men who, hy their record,
have shown themselves to be your friends and Uio
friends of tho ClovemniiMit. Cally tiri one man lo
thc standard of just ?en and liberty, mid t'.iftt lisp
will yet lida*, ovor u united and happy land.
it. vcl.itlom. nf Hltunltsiu.
Some remarkable evidence has booti given be?
fore thc Ritual Commission in England. Prom
tho oflicial iep..i i ol Hie proceedings, juut pub
Itched wo cattier the loltowLng acconnta ul the
ceremonies in tho ritualistic churches:
The nuning Berrico ia distinguished iruin that
which is customary in cathedrals uud college chap?
ela hy tho gn-ater imminence givon io tho
Eucharist. Mr. White, of Ht. Barnabas; wears
colored stoles, which has varimi with tho attar
clutha, according to tho season of the year; bul ho
does nut use thu special Eucharistic" vestments.
Houses the sign ur the criss over tho water in
baptism, and ni defence uf thc practice ur bowing
at (lu. Doxology ho montions that it waa tho eua- I
toni ot tho old people in tho parish church of
\V.tillage, where ho was once curate. Tu all these j
churches tho sexes uro separated, and holli Mr.
Whito and Mr. betley!, or Sloke-Nowiugion, assert
that such a rule ia essential in freo and unappro?
"Tho Eucharistie vestments" aro tho chasuble
for tho celebrating priests, tho' dalmatio and tull?
?alo for tho doncoiiB. Tho' copo is a processional
ornament, but it ia also customary to out it on iu
tho oveiiine service at tho time when tho Magnifi?
cat is anno;, and if only ono clergyman ts officiating
ho adopts thia voatur? at the critical moment. . At.
tho sarao instant it ia ons toma ry to burn incense,
which la also introduced at' tltroo'other times in*
the eec , ice. Tho custom of "censing persons or
things" has boou given up by Bomo of tho parly,
but tho Incens? is still brought in, and ls allowed
to burn itself out.
"THE BOf.DEn FEATORES."
Rev. Mr. Nugeo observes special services on
even tho Black Letter days in tho English calen?
dar, such as those of Ht. Swithin, tho Vcucrablo
Bede, and Ht. Cecilia. This gentiumaii confines him?
self to what he calla "tho bolder features of ritual,"
but ho certainly makes the;u very bold. Ho intro?
duces a "soil h vin n" at times during tho adminis?
tration of the Holy Communion. Tho best ?doa of
tills gentleman's ritual will be furnished by nn ox
traci from a memorial presented by nearly one
hundred and eighty of bis parishioners tb the
bishop. Ho was examined aa to ita truth, and ho
only corrected ono or two minor particulars :
'"The church waa lighted by numerous candles
supported by candelabra decorated with (lowers.
Tho congregation sat in silence for uh mt fifteen
mi null s; then singing was heard without, becoming
more distinct until Hie door on the southwest was
roached. Then tho congregation rose tn mawe,
and a procession entered. First cunio a person
dressed in whito bearing a brass cross, auspended
on a pole painted in various colora. Ho waa fol?
low od by two acolytes in scarlet and white, ono of
whom boro a brass implement uko ? mason's
ti ow ol, and tho other a censer, which ne swung to
and fro, rilling tho church with tho smoko and
flinn s of tho inconso. About twenty choristers
chanting 'Jesus Christ is riaen to-day.'wero pro
cedod and followed by mon bearing elab?ralo ban?
ners. Tho Rcvorond Qeorgo Nugoe, the Vicar of
Wymorlng, with book in hand, closed the procos
Ki?n. He nail on a black robe reaching to his feot.
Thia robe waa covered by a whito surplice resell?
ing to within rive or aix inches of '.ho ground, and
be wore ou bia head a peculiarly shaped hat, which
we aro told ia railed a 'biretta.
'Tho procession moved tip tho church in Vc V
slow order; tho I ..inners wero placed on cacti side
of tho chancel, and tho choriste is took their seats
! abor which tho service hogan. Tho psalms ami 1
vosiMMisos tvcio chanted hy tho choir, and soiuo ur
i the prayers were omitted. Before thu communion
hervir?'a number nf candles In Ibo chancel w ore
lighted in addition In I hose already mentioned aa
burning. Tho vicar retired, and again appeared,
now wearing a whito satin capo which had a large
oroaa both before and behind: ho also, wore a
chasuble, and soroothing Uko a nib of ylotyt color,
? which wo understand ia called an alb.
"The two acolvtoB now walked up to tho cora
I manion table, and tho incens? having boori lighted,
tho censor wan handed to the vicar, who wared it !
about tho corni.-.1,.ilpili fable.; Ho ?Un took.' tko
broad and wine and hold them out unco or twico
toward tho table, and then bow .ai. All thia time
tho choristers Hero chanting 'Ch, ist our 1'nBPovcr.'
After thc communion Berrico, Mr. Nugco preached
from Rt. John H., 19 and 21: "Ucxtruy HIIH templo,
and in threo days I will raise lt up; but Ho npoko
ol tho toinpte ofilia body.' Tito object and Ibo
aim of thin sonnon waa to onforeo tho doctrino of
roal presence in tho Sacrament nf the Lord's flap?
per. After tho sermon Mr. Nugee volumed to tho
table, the choristers, again ch^utum. When tilla,
ceased, aeren or eight 'S store of AI ore v" went'lip'
and knooled, and tho Sacrament wa? adminis?
OCTOBER 1. 1867.
Uu tho oru-.'iug ui Ibo 2utb, at SI. Jos>-lih,? Cburcb, by
tho Hov. c. .1. CnouAN, JULIAS O. UOOTKVKNBUU W
'.'.I.I. Mt. both ot' ibu city. No
lin Kristi ves, Friciul* aud Aciiiaalnt
aucssof Mri. i'll Ul ur II KU lu: ll 1 noil linnly. also the
IIMnbtVt ol Ibo M.I- Church, ere rsaprrtfully idpiest
O JIU iel bec l'Huerai Seules ul Trinity t'buich.
Hasel sire*!, at Pit ? o'clock nil 4/lfrn?ew. October 1
TO TUE M EM OH V Ol" .TO UN A. RKtTl'.
'lbla worthy, wariu-hoarttii high-toned young man,
i died tit thc rcsldeucouf bis lather, in Ut. Matthews, oftsr
n lev, brief bonn ol Hillel's from nu attack nf congestive
chill* ou tho until day of August, IM/,', lt tn rare, indeed
rarely^ thai Hm living are called u|iuit lo chronicle Hie
ileat.iof >t young niau whoso future ni? so full or pro
tapas anil usefulness. ?luinn character, principle* und
oxiuiplc, were so firmly Impressed UIMUI Hie I.. linc-?,
thoughts mid afTriilun* of Ihoae not nilly of lils luiincdl
?'.* uelghburbn il. bul Upon a circle ur Irlolld i ext. ml. .1
throughout lb? Malo.
o generous aud Iran lu thc relaiiona which bc.sin
lamed tu bi. community and lo bis IrletnlH. so diitirul ta
son. with a lib,-ml cdiicutiou JU.I genuine chiistlaii
mictions, li-.' certainly filled the melMire of the aleuti?
an! of " I'lioso whom the goda love, ulo carly."
To his lather, lils surviving parent. lu this sad lie
rravemcnt, wo ran only suggest, and unite willi him lu
the consulat um which olio ot .Ood'a c boneo gavo h i mai li ?
-'?The i.i . i hath given. Ibo fx.;.I bath taken away, i
mensed bo Ihn uamo of the Ixird.". J.
The Mercury will plejHu copy.
THUD, al Po t Beni. B. C., nu Repleinbcr I Jlh, ot
Hiltons Fever, le Jio :nth year of bar age. M1.I/.A H.,
wife or JAXICB f.. IIAHNWFU,, and daugblcr el Ibu I JO
inns H. UAIIUIH. of Providence, Rhode l-l md. ?
UlKli. of i\ph.nd fever, at Mallison. Oeoruia. Septem- 1
bor?IW. 1H07. OrOIIOK ELLIOTT, lu Hie filleenth year
,ol his age, firth sou of Colonel and Mrs. I). II. HAMIL?
DAILY Ff EWS
WE HAVL NOW ADDED TO OUR NKW8
PAl'EH KRTAHM*HMKNT a most extensive ami
Suppli.'.l nilli a glen I variety of ('LAIN AND
PANUY TVPK.oftha latest att.l tno-i approted
alvina: sud ir.> have ev?iy facility Lu executing
ntl fcinJs ol .IOU WORK in
(Mimi AN, ami
Bill and Lotter Hoads
&(*., (?bo., &c.
j '. *.? . 1 '? 1 '
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE
SIR I NO TOR WOKE, will ..luise j
jcnvn their orders with us. We!
will gii?raiitee us good work, und
ul as Oil EAP RATES, us Tan be
und in 4'linrlestou.
niMN & MORTON.
TH li WOK Ul OT Kl I lill
AT THE WOKflP.RIrlll. IUVKI.ATION3
. . M AUK BY. TDK dtVKAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A1. PF.RRtGrO.
Cl UK KKVALS SKCKKTS NO MORTAL RV KN KN KW.
il She rt tun-1 lu happiness Hum who. fniui did ?ul
event,. cMasirophes, crosse* lu love, loss of relations and
iib tnt .. I.?- J nf ninney, Ac, liare becomo despondent.
?be hiing* together those long separated, gives Inlorma
lion runrcmiug allant friends or lover*, reatare* leal or
stnleu property, leila you the business you ?re luvst
(pialined to purem- and In what you will be moat KUCCI-SB
ful, causes speedy marriages, ami tells you tho very day
you will marry, gives you the nunc-, llkrneaa and char?
acteristics or tho person. I Rho reads your very thoughts,
aud by bnr almost supnrnatursl powers, unveil. Ibo derk
and biddon mysteries of tho future. 1 'rom the stars we
see lp the bi manu ut- thc malefic alara that overcome or
pr'.d?inlnate in the configuration-from Ihn aspects au, I
poaltlona of tho planets and tho Bind stsra tn Ibe heave:. ?
al Ibf" lime of blrlb, abo deduces tho future destiny of
mau. Fall not io consult lbs greatest Astrologist on
earth. It costa you bul a tri II e and you may never again
have ra favorable an epportui.it <. > .imitation foo, willi
likeness sud sll desired liitormaiin... si.' Patties living
ot a distance cari ronaiilt the .Ma.laii.r ur mall with nrpial
safely and ssllsfacllon to IIICUIM Iv. , :I'H If lu prreon. A
full and explicit oban, writbu out, with all Inquiries an?
swered aud llkem-ss enclosed, sent ha mall ou receipt o.
prion ol..ive meuttunsd. Tho strict.-t sec rey willie
loalutalned, aud all corrospoudeoce r. (iiniod nrdestr-ir
cd. Reference* of Ibo highest order rnrulahed those.,,,
airing them. Write plainly tbs day of tho month ar. i
Marni which you were bera, rayleeiiig: a small looa ol J
Address, MADAMC IL A. PRRR1UO,
I'. O. UiuwtH im, HorrsLo, N. Y.
i Match 30 ly
I ?9-CITY RHF.IUta'N OFFICl?, TO l>l
FAULTINO CITY TAX PAVERS.-1 ?io Inr.-'y elven
UN lu ill defaulter* lu payment m Cit) lat.-* Uni, i.
pursuance o: lltstrttclloua bom Ure City I'uuufil. ( sha
iCfcJ ?ti aud alter Hm th si ?tay ul October mai. uni.,
ta vutiuns now In my outer, lu let j np.m au.I adv. ?
? (or sale vr.i|-crtv "I defend um l..-ti;-ly -all eije-n
lions. IP, Cl. tU'EHHY, ru> shem!.
rVpWiuber 'ti ti
? ?9-NOTICi: T 1 .MAIttNI.I.S.- v A M' \ I N ..
. A,M1> .1'IIJOTS tt-lahliM t?' aiUihor Iht'lr t.-*~.i? in AHUII)
Uiver, an? remnah,I nul I? Ju au any ? hcio M11 In.. dir.-. 1
rim? rj Hie brads ol Hm HAVANNAH IIAII.ItOAll
Wlt.\P.\ Es, <?i UNI Oli a 1. -toil ami st. Amin w'.i ailie ? :
lite Ail.t. e ltder; hy ?hieb pns-juliuii, contact ?killi UM
Submarine Ti ligraph fable ?ill l>>- atohtlsl.
M. c. Ttutsiii. II. M.
Harbor Master'? tillie-, Chariest..li, IVhriMry 1!, Is.:il
February 1 \
DaV-NI-.HVOl'S IM'.lil MTV, William O LOOM 1
ulleiiiliulH, Iniv iptiiM. depression. InVrlTuSlury emi?
si?n*, loss nf r-.-iin.-n, Mfie rt Naturi Itn-a, UMM nr |sitv>*r,<ii/./v
hend. Inns of uieuiory, ami llirealened impotence ami iiu
bcctlMy, ami a anveralga cur.- In llb'MI'lliii Vs* Uti.
MKOl'ATUHJ SPECIFIC Ko. TWENTY-BIG UT. lom.
pond of tbe moat valuable mili) nuil potent . uiahv.
they strike at once Hie root of Un- III aller, lout- np Hiv
i Tal em, arrest Um discharges, ami iniparl vigor 'ami en
orgy, life anil vitality. tlir cullie min. Tin y have
cured Ibottmnils of cases. Prien J/? per package 01" ?t\
liosaaatal vial, or Si per single Hot. RoM by dnmgl-ts,
ami sent liy mall nu receipt ol prie,-. Adilron? Hl'M
MIKRYH' HPECIFIO UOMFOPATHIC MKPIOIXR I
COMPANY. No. tnBROADWAY, KEW YORK.
??- MAnniAtiK ANi> UKLIUAOV. ANO rm-:
ll IPPINESs til' TIUIK MANHOOD-Ali Essay far
Vein..: Men nu Hie Crime ol Solilmle. au il Ibo l'liy-i.-.
logical Error*. Abuse* ami Duoases willela crealu im?
pediments lo 5IARRIAOE, nilli sure mc in* of Relier.
Seul In Mated, letter envelope, ho- of charge
Art.lrcsa Un. J. SKII.T.IN llOtTfltTTOX.
Howard Avoi latina. Philadelphia, Pa.
Rrptemlwr 2.? Mum*
t)tr A LADY OK UNUOUllTni) CHEMICAL
HEIIX, HAS RECENTLY PERFECTED CHEVALIERS
LIFE FOI! TUE ii A i it_lt piwIUv. ly renton* gray bali
to ita original color nuil yuutlifiil beauly : Imparta Ule.
sh engl h anil urowtb to Um weakest hair: stops Hs 1 illm
out al once; kee|M Hm lu iii clean; ls unparalleled us a
liafT-drcsaing. Sold hy all druggists, l.Hblnuabl? hm
dresser*. ?111,1 dealer* iu laney nooda. I lin trade supplied
by Hie wholesale druggists.
H AH .Ul A. CHEVALIER. M. H., Now York.
For aale by DOWir. A- MOISE,
Wholesale AgeuU 1er South Carolina,
.innes ?Ililli ?nio No. lRl Meeting street.
AS-A YOUNO LADY HETL'RMNO TO Uli...
country home, alter a sojourn ol a lew momba iii li:
city, wai hardly recognized by her Metala, lu place .
a coarse, rustic, flnt.h.?d face, alie liad a soft ruby cu
pinion of almoil marble smoothness, and mulei,I
Iw.-uty-tbrvo she really appeared bul eighteen. Upon in
. pilry s- to Hie ran-, ni ha great a rhatige, alie pliihn.
told Ibeui that ahuu-i d tho t.TKCAs.<IAN HALM, ana
ei 111-ul i ceil It an Invaluable acipilsi linn lo any lady '* billi I.
Uv iii use auy Lady ur Oentlemon csu ?cu rove their pet
nouai appearauce an bundi.si told, ll la simple toll*
cnudiiiiatlou, as Suture. 1,, ; .-eh is siuiple, yoi ausurpiM
cd in Ibi eilicaey lil d rawing impurities Iroui. alu hull
iug, cleanslUK and beautifying lllrakbl aud ojuiplevioc.
ny Ita iltrreiArUon on tin- inilletV it draws Irani it all it.
Impurities, kindly healing Hie 9.1111e, und leaving'. Um sur
raes- a-Nature intended it ?liould l>*-deer, ?on, sun., in
and beautiful. Price il, sent hy Mail or Evpren-, oit iv
iv.pl of an order, by
W. I* CLARK A CO., OhVnilaK
No. :i West l'ayelie Street. Syracuse. X. V.
Tba only American Agonis for Ute sile ol the .-arno.
Marc? M . ly
4i3" UATOHKLOIt'S HAIR M)\T..- 'Killi
RPf.HXUlU lt Al? UVF. ia tho bet millo ?mrU. Th
univ fra a and ptrflri /?./..? liariiile.-s, rrliaSiV, IliaiaM
h.is No illkappomtinelil. No rkllCUkitlil llut-a.
Katural Illa.-k or Britten. Iten-e.lie. the ill f il. el? ni' Hi.
Hi.i. IntigoraK-s Un- hair, lea vi UK it anil and beauthul.
1 benome ia signe?l tVilltjnt A. IXtMrlu): All nth. 1
..e -...i. iii. lu. iud u.ei: : IM iTAktod. IWilJ bl all
1'rtigg?.ls ?a?l I'ei finn.-i a. l aelory, .NV. ?I llaivu y
MrenI, Sew York.
ttS- HKWAlU:iH' A i"t'UNT'UUFEIT.
_ lie.vinucr lo ly?
< ' (> S T A U ' S
IStTAELIrlliliD K1UIITKF.N VKAU-?.
I.HIMIIuiory, t\u. 10 < mei) air?ela Sew \ uria.
MOO Hovea. Hillie, and Flasks manufactured .lally.
'SOL? tty ALI. ??iraoisisK.'Rin'niiRitn
..LIWTAR'H" SA1.F.S lll'PHP.
,Nu. ISi llIltlAllWAY. MCW lOIIK,
IVhere II, <3 lo is aties ara pul up Air Ftiuiliea, si.n.
Hblpa, Itnats. Public lii?tltuttnna, Ac. Ae.
II is truly \tonderiiil the ron Ada arr Hut is non teni in
every lorin of Pr?paration* thal comes Ironi "Cislai'a "
.COSTAICS" KXTr.llMlNATOH.S-Foe Ital?. .Mice,
Roaches, Ania. Av., Ac. "Only infallible remedy Luouu."
? Not dangerous to thc hu m n, family." "Hats roane nm
01 their boles tn die," Ac.
..COVI'AH'i" UEU-1HU1 F-XTI'ltMlNATOR-A li<iuid.
pul up in bottles, aud Hover known to ml
"COSTAlC.s" RLROTRIC POWDF.lt-For Moths tn
Furs and Woolli-iH, is invaluable. Nolblug eau cte, eil ii
lor powfr and efficacy. U.-alroy* iustaiuly all In-, cts on
Planta, Fowls, An?mala, .kc.
"COSTAlfN" BUCKTHORN SALVE- For Cole. Hilra',
Wound*, bruises. Uroken llrraals. Sore Nipples, Piles in I
all form.*, Old Hore*, HI. en, lind all kind* of elilniieuii- 1
afleetir.un. No family should be nUltonl ll. ll recede
in i ttl .'.a.'v all other Salvca 111 use.
"COSTAH'H" COHN SOLVENT-For Corus, Uno lona,
" COSTAR'R" BIT! F.n -SWl'.ET ANO ORANGE III OS
.S )Md-Ileautl?eathe Coiupleaiou, by inca,- ia Hie skin
a ?ott sud beautiful ficshne**, aud is lueompaiably be?
yond auvthiiii; 1, ... iu use. l-idle*of laate und |IOalliutt
regard it as an essential to Ihn toilet. An nnprecvdvuled
nato la tl* beat reeoaimvuilaliou. Omi boillc ia always
Chowe.l by lome. Try ll In kuow.
.MeOSTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS-A universal Humer |
IMl i - c; ic . .e,ii ?md ul cxlraoidimity i-illeiej lor Cns
luelle... all foraaa 01' ludigtaiiou, Nervoua and sick
Ueadachn. A Pill that i* univ rapidly aupf-isedtng all
.'COSTA ICS" CO Ht I II REMEDY- Vat Coughs. Cdde,
lloaratuca*. Koro Throat. Cronp. WhoopliiK Cough, Aalh.
ut.. and all lorin* or t:mucki il, and Ulseaae* uf Um
Tb! 1*1 ami Linie*. AU Jr. - ^
11 KN ti Y lt. I'OSTAH,
NO. 1KJ ll ll O Al. WAV. N Y
DOWIE & 3I01SE,
No. 161 Mrnliuit elie. :, opp.-site Charlestou Hot, I.
.lune 17 . ,
HACM.UB, willuns * mm.
Miiiiutiirturm-^, .lobheiw x Hetailersj
CORNER OP HASEL STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C:.|
Augtut 30 Uno
PRICE FIVE CENTS
SPECIAL NO TICtS.
ur (roxsitJNRHS SI'I:AMI:U MAN.
H ATTA X sr.- uoUrtttl io ?lt?h| 1.1 UM r..c ilpt ol lb i
?...Kl- . .i ?J A.latr'1 s.?.>, Winn, ?torluz w.
-? *i *. . . ui.r-a.-n. ? al mili?-!.
Sl'ltlli HHirrllCKSitUU ,
CAMI algo ,1*1
l t. .?-LI aiiKi.iuiiUi i ? tia. ur I?"*?, Ullin i" ..i, i mi it ,
?lian h. i .;,- UM ,|. Un rv ol Hw ,;i>,nU. ei.op.?v **.??><
ll-ti .1 lll.ll?.... ? ?Ct.JOR 1
Iium Hiliiiii.il... ?re II.T.-IH rtoHlleii thal the steauivi .i
II? riiKiH?hiuntliti: rant? ?I Pier No. I HIII HI Wharvc
Ail noola uki n ,i sUnnil will rriuata on Wim?
111'..?"':"'..'. i n-k M.iltni'CM * tx?.,
' I Agouti.
CO MU HM'. ITINHIIINI'if?l l>KllHTKAMI??Vi'
MONIKA, are I.in n.iiii. ,i Hui "t,,. i, ci, ,t,,.
di-.luir.'U. ; .',m(.i ul Smith All uni.- Whirl All i;o i I ?
iiHi'Aliiluil nu Hu- wharf al mimyi ?III Iw itnred il cv
imita.' au.i n-i. .-i uwui'ra.
?IOII.N A nu >i. III:: IV. t.. nt,.
All h..,.lit atuuuulliaii lu utt.m (I'd d.'.lai, ?r
mutt hu iMI.I.m MK- wiriri hoi..ie delivery of gooda,
plein. ,i-a\l s
NO-! ll'li KS ?KKIalli ?TVKN, THAT AT THF.
lii-\l SV i 'Inn ni til.' I'.;.darin.-, application aili Iii* nut. ?
ti? lin* .. PU.amt lu 1MOM:I:II iiOOl'KII AlIVi: ASM .
.1 ? I lu..." mi in. ?r|.iirjli,iii nuder lot? above stylo nit
ii.: . HI' .11 FKItUlhtON,
tn Kl:'Kol Iiiin ..li au.I inlier associate*.
lum.! .M ni
Oa?-AI'i'l.lt.mo.N WILL UK MAIIti AT TMt.
neal sc-niun m tb . Lei|lab(ur?j tm- a cu tin i'll t.u- HIM
I'Al.MI.'lTll GIIAJU iHAIIl TABLE ASSOCIATION.
Ciitnixaroi?, \tia??at Ul, ls..:.
An jii't I a ln-:,.i'Juio
mr MRS. w IN u.ow s SOOTHIN?I STOUP VOR
I hilaren i i'utiiiiiK. greatly facilitate, ilia procwioi tceUi
lu.;. l>y sail.'iiinij Ilia rnint*, roAnrtafj all lullniuuiHtlnu
win inlay ?i.i. MIS ami Hi.rhiiiiKlii' aelkttt, and I, BORU
TO It?til'LATi: Till! DOWftiA I tope nd upon it, molli,
rn, il Will vive vast io yourselves, and' BELIEF AM?
IICAI.TII TU VOHH INFANTS.
W\i ham put iiji and Hold thin at liol? far yatla, iud eau
?av in coiUktaheo and Inilli nt il wini via hain never
l*vn allin tn pry of any oilier medicine-Mawr Ina it rail?
ed in a single In-lance lo alTcel a euro, when timely used.
Never did ?ve know au luttant*, uf tHa-atlRl'actlou hy any
nie ?lui naad it. On ibe'eontrarjr, all are dalliihted willi
Ila opiiatian, aud ?peak lu terms or commendation ot ll,
magical oflecta and medical vlrlties.
We speak in Hits matter "WHAT WF. 1)1) KNOW,"anor
years ot experience, and pt.-dgo our reputation lor th*
fulUllnieut nt what nc here declare. In nlinoat ovary in
ttatiec w(jeni Um Infant ia suturing troiu pain and sx
haiialloii. relief will lin found lu llftccn or twenty minuter
alter the syrup U B'lI ministered.
Full .llreriii.ii- tor u-i-i.; will accompany saeh battle.
Ila sure sud call for
'.>HIS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
il-?v .:>-: tba/ac aimil.-of "CimTis A PERKINS" on tba
outside wrapper. All other* am baso imitations.
Sold by Druggist* throughout tho woi ld. rrice, only
;r. nuts jier bot I lc.
urn.-,--?- No. ai? Flllliiu tirrel, Sew York; No. ?Mal High
Utdbom,Louilotl, Favglaud; No. Ill St. Faul itroet. Mon
Uval, f inida. DOWIi: .v MOISE, AgcDU,
Au;u?l '-'T lutW.ow Charlostou. 3. C.
K?- Alli ll li IM. i:Vi:S.-AHTIJ?IClAl, HU?
MAN V.XV? ma.lv lo older and inserted by Dru. I.
bli VII au.) P.(IOIIOI.LM AN N tiainterly employed by
llois-.issi AU. of l'ail?.. N... AMI Broadway, Sew York.
Apr.'. 11 lyr
_ j.-- UMNVRU, A VKNSliL TO LUAU
l?gS^ STIIKI.T ?ROTTfKHS i CO..
?aHeC No. 71 last Bay.
li.'tnliet' I 1
Till! Ni'.W Al STEAMSHIP
l:l' ll. MAUI., n
W'll.l. AKltlVi: ON 3D INSTANT, AND UV. DH
> ? I'All.'HKD anihVrlth for tbnvo iwrt.
For eiu:a?;i nielilH ol Fr. i ? I, i or PoataMO apply to
n II v ll. -Liberal advances made on cnnsiRumeiita ol'
iMinni. Pie,-an.I Setal stores t.. UKO. lt. UPTON, Fnq.,
Hoskin. 1 Oetol.ei 1
KOU N KW VOKK;
KKilltl.AII I NI I III MTATFH MAH. I.l'i.
GNU Ol' Till! I'AVOBrl'K ASH I LK.IANT STK.IM.
HU IPS HAUAI'HasHA AND UUASADA, WILL j
I.KAVi: F.VKItY HATIIUUAY,
Tili: BIDF.WI1F.KI. RPKAMSHIP
J\. "l i -A, IB .A. lVT -A- ,
WILL i.KVYi: VANUEBUonarti
* ',-: y ! Wharf nu Satur**?. iVtolier 6, 18C7,
- -.vblU-?lK"ru lt? ovivet M.
T .7-T3S??I Ililli l.nlie? l'or al(nalnN mini ha
pr.-elit.d li? Iii.i'clock ol'that dav.
s, pu nil.er :M IUVESI3. A' CG.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
Kon KKW vonu,
TiH!NT.WASP U.EilANT KIDF.W1IF.EL sTKAUddlV
IVE AJ-LSTI-T J?TTA.?SI',
\Vr'lM. LKAVL Fltu.'.t ADOKR'fi SOUTH WHARP
VV ntl &tfervfuv. October fi, al ll A.M.
n3* All onlwar.1 in min rnoagemeula mun he mu-,
ut mo nih. .- ol COtlBT?SiV? A TltFN'UOLM, No. ?.
L isi Bay.
Oil . For PatMBjn an i oil inaiur* oancjt^d with lb??
inward ImainiriM of tho Sluii?. apply to STRLLC DROTH?
I BS 1- CO.. No. 71 tau! Hay.
s rm KT niiOTur.ns A CO., I
COI!K l KN\v AlTIIKNHOLM, , ?Z"1"'
n'.plrinli, i '.lil
VOltfi i ND CHAH?.KSTO?
Pcojilc's DI ni I Sloiiiiisliij) Coiiiiiuiiy.
CAPT. .IA M LS IL WISCHtSTKl!.
- - WILL LEA VI! NCRTn ATLANT IO
?Wharf. TAurirfip,. October 3. at 10
'clock, A. M.
Linn ."HUI ne.1 of Steamar* "MO.
HEKA" und "EMILY ll. SOUDER."
JOHN ,t THEO. GETTY.
Peplenibi-r M No. ii Eaat Bay.
BOSTON' AND CIIARLBHTON ST15AMSIIIH
f..f-f'.j. , THE NEW Al STEAMSHIP 0?0B??
??isfSU Lt? D- UPl'o.N, Htcn, t'omraandor, li now
.'??f'.flcJjfe riluutllg r, ./lil li ll liol?e.'li Boatou aud
.?T7fca3Sftfk-'Ti|,r]|l|l i, linn leaving each port al lerual ely
every fifteen day,. Colton, Itosln, and general merchan
dizd'lrom tho Interior cf tin.irgii. South Carolina and
other polnu csnslgued lo ni. cure, will ba forwarded
free of cniumluloii to ll.i'ton and all [valuta North ami
Eui. For treUht or package, having excellent ?tat o
rroui accommodation*, apply to
WILLUM ROACH, Aftont.
Suptembor lo _ to thal mo
D I G 'X* _A_ T O IR ,
1001) TON M III lt I Hi: A,
C A V TAIN T.. M. C0IETTE8.
_ WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
..vf&^jajkWUAHF. every TOBXOAYIS 10Ut, at
??ilTri^fEjS*-''".'clock, for that port.
ttSSSitmBSb l or rrelulii or paasace, apply ou
eoard or to the ollie.- of J. IA AIKEN A CO..
F?? PAJiATJ?A; FEJlNANDlr?A,
.lACKSOXClI.l.K. A.VO ALI. THE I. ?Nil-?
I SUS OX THK HT. JtMIM'M HIVKK, VIA
SAVANNAH, (. I'.O.
Till! NEW AND SPLENDID HTEAMBBIV
ID X O T-A. T OK, ,
ilium TAXIS Burthen)
CAPTAIS L. M. OOXKTTHR.
...f-r--,? WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTKI
?**MHSWI1 x,lb'- ,'*'0,>' t t'KSDA T SIGHl, at
??^dVjlria>rV '.' o'ekvk. lor Hie r.liove pltcca, connect*
-^cyap?liii'if-inp ?vitia the Goorala Central Htllroad at
la?annali. tor AlJi'ou, MoMle sud New Orloaus.
All Krcl|i)it ci c -i Iv |ald here by Hhlpper?.
Fur Prul'rtbl or Pa '- a.'-, apply on board or at Hie omeo
nf .1. D. Alhll.N A CO,,
ttepteniber HI Ag?ut?.
CilAlUiKSTON AM? SAVANNAH
STF. A M PACKET 1.1 NE.
Tlll-tVlOBltl. . vf>
VU DKABFOBT AND niLTO.N lir.AD.j j
sTEaMEIt FI LOT UOY....OAPT. W. T. MoNELTY
STEAMER KA Witt.CAPT. V. PECK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL LVAVE
Charleston every Moinlay, Wtdnttday and Fnatuy
Slorntnpi, at 7 o'clock; and Savannah overy ifamfay.
Wtmlfulay and rVif.it Morning', at 7 o'clock. Touch?
ing at Dluffton ou M-i day, trip frotu Oharieston, amt
HVilnr'dov, trip fron ftavannib.
All Way'Freight, abo Uluffton Wbai-*"*, moat bonre.
For freight or pansage, apply to
. JOtlS rtHOUaOfi, Aecommodillon Whtif,