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VOLUME V.NO. 635. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
Oui Cable Dispatches.
LONDON, October ll-Midnight. Paris dispatch
es state that artair.-, ii? ItaU ur.- grave-il is believed
the whole nation w?i foll?n the Garibaldi effort
victor Emanuel will BOOTI cross the frontier anti
proclaim Ron;;? n Dart nf lus kingdom.
Livr.Rp.-Hvt, October ll.-Cotton -ssies. l?."<><>
bales: ?ates of th- w>ch. 70.000 bales - exporta,
,19,000 bales ; Bpecalati in, 1,000 bato* ; stock, 787,
OtK) bales. .Thereof 216,000 are Amerieau.
LivFRroor.. October ll-Evening;-Cotton un
changed. Manchesh i advices unfavorable. Gooda
ami yarns drooping.
Panis, October l_\ Capoteen retorna io Paris
Tuesday, 'itu- Bourse ?a heavy; rentes declining;.
LONDON, October 12. -The appointment of Ed?
ward Thornton a? British Ambassador at Wash
ington is condemned. It is a generally expressed
wish that a lit s t class man should be sont to tho
LIVERPOOL October 12.-Steamship Clima ia do
tamed herr- bv bad feather.
LONDON October 12.-Yesterday F.venin;;.
Dhited States bonds Tlf.
Derhv's intended resignation is denied.
l.rF.RPOOL- Yesterday Evening, Ootol^i* 12.
Cotton advanced 1-lCd. Rai...-, I8.IU10 hales.
Tin' liabilities ol Campbell* Son amoru,t.-, t.,
The Fenian ?i la ri ii continues. Precauciona bave
been taken ncainst a rising in Limerick.
BERLIK, October 12:-The North Gomi?ii Raette
says, it is perfectly eonvinceJ of the sincerity of
Napoleons peace, addi ess.
FR\NKF.-?.T. October 13.-Bonds,
NEW YORE, October 12.-Three trou -clads luv
been sent to the Irish coast.
Napoleon compiair.5 of Austria's delaying tho re
?.iganitiiion of the army.
The Garibaldis are entrenched at varian
joints near Viterbo. Their plan involves drawing
the garrison from Rome when tb- home insurgents
will risc. ,
Napoleon and tho King o? Prussia will iur-ct^.uu
~\\ asiiiuKtun New*.
WASBIXOTG:.", October 12.-Cotton claims o? lc.
Southern owners, amountu:.,' to S120,000, whi?hl
were awarded by tim t ourt nf Claims in June lust
have been paid,'less 24 percent The suecos.-ful
claimants ar?' residents of Mobile Charleston anti
Atlanta. The Court required absolute proof ni
the cLimams ha*, mg never voluniariK aided tho
Forney telegraphed from Philadelphia that
Sharswood is elected l?y at loast 600. Ohio politi?
cian* Beem alrald to speak on the Gubernatorial
result in that sta;.-.
1, P. M.-Nothing from Ohio. Nothiug mak
ing Sharswood's cfeeti?..n doubtful from Pbilu
Commodore Barron, of tito Confederate nave.
ha3 been pardoned.
Franklin Pierce was serenaded at Concord, N.
H., Wednesday night, and said: ''I warn you, tm
friends, to noto the fact tba- these triumphs, what
?ver they may bv aro no party triumphs. The
people have risen in then- majesty, with a c
?CiOOSjnesa of their power, and disregarding party
iinee and party aspirations, have been silently cori
biderinji what belongs to them, their children and
their country. I think tho greatfcattlc has be.n
fought and w n. if the results are significant in
nothing else, they uro in this that the white vace
our raco. the German, italian, French, Irisl
Scotch and Anglo-Saxon people me ^till to br- the
controlling power on this continent.1
The Gubernatorial result iu Ohio cannot bo posi?
tively known until Tn esdai.
The Supprior Court of New i oil. on appeal, bas
decided the Garth er will case iu favor of Mis.
The Republioaii'tuaioritv in Iowa is estimated at
Among a number of articles forwarded to the
dead letter office froui tne army atColumt ia. New
bent and Goldsboro; was an oil palting, repre?
senting two children finding a horse. Tho Tie
part ment will restore tho pain ting to tho owner
upon satisfactory proof, addressed ly the Third
The heirs of the original owners of Harper's
Ferry objeet to the sale ordered by 'Congress. The
original theed exocuted to George Washington
stipulates thai the property should onlv bo used
Ly the United States.
The pardon application of h. M. T. Bunter, re?
cently published, was written s?>on after th . close
of the war. His expressions of approval apply to
Pre ?dont Johnson's, and not to HIP ConffressionsJ
plan of reconstruction.
Revenue to-dav, $391,000; for the week, $2.500,- |
OOO ; for the fiscal year. $04,814.000.
General Sherman is visiting his daughter m
Schofield returns, to Richmond to-tuorrov..
In a drunken row between stage passengers and
t he escort at Cameron Crossir g, on t hs Santa Fe
road, three were killed.
The Government has abolished the auction mew
Mr. Otterboure, late Ministet to Mexico, and
family have arrived at New York ba the Corsica
WASHINGTON, October 13. M ijoi L. s. Ward,
Editor of tho Panola, Mississippi, Star is dead.
The .Committee for tho in?.'*ti?;ati?ii of the
treatment of Union prison*'-o sit1? rn Boston till
the meeting of Cone,i. sa
r tom Riebmo?.i ir
RICKMONI?. October 12.-TLt- casent Gen Im *
boden is excitinc some inter?s t He applied to be j(
permitted to register under the President's am- .
nesty proclamation upon taking an oath to sup?
port'the Constitution, but v.-VJ rejected. He now
intends to apply to the United State* District t.
Court for a writ of mandamus to compel the regis- ?
tering officer to register his mme In case the 'l
court refuses to gir.nt the writ, ho will appeal to ,j
the Supreme Court ot tho United Slates, and thus
test the valid.ty of thc onlh required bf tho Recon
struction Act. and demonstrate what virtue there
is in the pardon accorded by the ('resident to the
The United States Deputy Marshal s?.;,-cii the B
British bark Walhall, of Nova. Scotia, at City Point di
to-dav, to satisfy a claim of tho mate. Thc captain
resisted the seizure, and was ven '..isolent, threat- tl
ening thc count ry with Fuglisu vengeance, and al
therefore telegraphed for advice- to the British N
Consol at Norfolk. New York and Richmond, but ni
was finally pacified auJ yielded to tho law. at
General O. Brown, Chief ol' the Bureau, ha? re- rt
ceived a letter tum Norfolk, explaining tho w
troubles on tho Taybi farm. Tho negroes have tl
been allowed to remain there up to this time un* si
molested. Taylor was pardoned moro than a year ct
ago. Be baa beei. endeavoring to get them off. C
but they have peisitLitith refused to leave. A few ct
days siiice a party went ont from Norfolk, accom- C
pa?ied bv an* agent of the bnreao, to persuade !
them to leave, ottering places ?ni General Wise's ir
farm, which ia .still in ti?- bands of the Govern- t<
ment. They assembled together, and. through ti
their spokesman refused all otters cf a compro- pj
mise, declaring that the President had no right to ta
iiardon Tavlor, and that they wot.td remain on tho rt
arm and defend what they considered their pro- S
porty against all comers. Steps will bc taken to al
eject them by civil process. There has been no a
outbreak as Vf t, and no armed demonstration was si
made. The cc uference was peaceable anti a blood-* a
lees one. but it is feared trouble will grow out of b
it, and that blood may be sued before the squat- ft
tera will yield their sovereignty. 1
The Board of Directors of the Chamber of Com- r<
moree held their first morning thia evening and o
organized. . n
The Board of Registration closed its oooks last w
evening. During the five days there were ree ister- ti
ed in the city 189 whites "und 157 Wacks,'which ti
leaves tbe bhek majoritv nearly the aanie' as be- li
fore. The Alrican Church has boen refused To the ?
Republican mass nominating convention, and s
therefore it will b? held in Capital Square Mon- a
day. A meetine is' being held hero to make lt
preparations for it. Huun.cutt and Underwood v.
will doubtless be two ol the five delegates nomi- u
General Beauregard leaves iu the morning tor ti
Wn MINUTOS. October 12. Wiiiiam \\. Parker, ]
whose trial has been mogroering for the past two [
days in the Criminal Court, was convicted ol mur?
der in the first degree. He allied William Childers ?
in 1868. - The evident-? was circumstantial, but a
Weather clear and cool. k
Front Loni?? ill?-. 1
LOUISVILLE, October 12. .inst ices S wa y ne sud '
ballard have decided ti;.- Civil Rights Bill to be I
Samuel B. Tarim- a nei-ti.-? .->f the President is *
t coin auvminsb. . 1
SAVANNAH October 13.- The Republican meeting t
advertised to take place ut 4 p. m. to-morrow and i
a torchlight procession afterwards is indefinitely t
postponed. . 1
Maror Anderson issued the following piochmv l
tion, prohibiting tho torchlight procession i
Whereas it is proper in ibo present excited '
state of the public ininJ that prompt nu ;, ores be i
taken for the preservation of the public peace ot t
thecommuuitv ami. (
Whereas, from information given ino aa Mi.?>i. 1 i
have reason to nppreht-nd that gatherings and i
torch processions at nicht in the streets of Saran >
nah may be hkely to .TSUII inriol JH.I corul^gra
tion, I do therefore isa no tliis^rochunation foi l, d- l
mg an\ such assemblage or procession in th.
streets ?r other thOT>oghl irs after ?.i^htl ?ritliiu
the limits of thc r:';y, v.itli.'.nt written-per...ission
t.f the Mayor, and i hercte. request di .udell, and
well disponed persons to aid the amhur,.- ? in the
preservation of tbe peace and K"fl,l on*.-, of Hie
..itv. (Signed) EDWARD C. INDERRON,
4. Krom \nt Oalcan*.
NEW ORLEANS. Octobei 12.-Interment!
Yellow Fever to fl o'clock th:- m..!:.>: * ,,;
Yellow Fever ii? Mo*?tl^
MOBILE. October 12.-There were three inter
ments from ye.'low fever to-day.
Hmm ?oRX. Octobei 18.-Arrived steamer E. B
Souder, from Charleston, and steam? Ne? kort
Domett lc Markets.
Niu Voh?, October 12-P. M.-Money es
Cold closed firm at 144?. uovernmeuts
lower. Stocks active and excited at b?ttei
. NEW IORK. October 12-P. M.-Oottoi
steady; sales 2518 bales. Flour tirm?r; Sta
a 1 i 25; Southern flO 75 a 1">. Wheal active,
;'>;.. better. Corn Se. better. Mena dui:
Lard llallj. Naval Stores quiet. F
BALTIMORE. October 12. -CoUon is rcr
diddling 18L Flour quiet but ?rmer.
Inner. Corn declined : a .> ; White it 4J
Wilow ?1 4S; Mixed si 41. Oafs lower.
Ry? declined 5c. Provisions steady an
New ORIXAXS, October 12.-Hour dall;
Superfine ?io choice extra $14 50. <'<'i
and unchanged. Dat.-, nnchaaged. Pork
tail Iii m it *26 50 a 2C 7". Bacon thin; Sht
clear Sides 19.V. Sugar-curedHain! 274
[.aid quiet aud arm; prime. tierces ti
Freights very dull; tittle ottering.
Cotton-Scant supply; Low Middling 17
Receipts to-day 467. i'xports 10OO. Stock
jaie?. Gold closed at SI 144 a SI Hi- Si
?6? a "J0. Sisht Exchange on "New York | iii
MOBILE, October KL-Colston active ; Sale;
?ales. Middlings 15$ a lt!. Receipts ?82.
President .fohnson in Otc Presen! Cri
[From the Xem fork ifrrahl, (Motor 1).
A golden opportunity is now before Iv
lohnsoti t.? make himself the undisputed n
d'the politic il situation, and his administra
jositive power m the land, lt' ho has any |
my sagacity, any clearness ol' vision in pore,
be advantages'of his pr?sent position, h
caddy understand what is required ot h
each these advantages and tn turn them to
icconnt. The Rre.it t'entrai States, throus
oices ol' Pennsylvania and Ohio, have spot;
his radical ultimatum of universal rearo sui
ind negio supremacy, and ir has thus i>c
uanifest to all eye* that we atc on the rags C
d tuc greatest of revolutions in the annals o
?olitical parties. Mr. Johnson may now do i
o give cohesion and direction to this newupr
d' public opinion, and a complote reconstru
>f his Cabinet is the first essential to meet t'.i
uands of this crisis.
in beginning a new administration with a
ttbinet, Mr. Jolinson undertook a verv difi
ask: but iii attempting from time to time toa
his old cabinet to a ne\\ order of things, by p?
m,' a patch here and a patch there, it was "I
abor lost"-and experiment .not only profit
mt so fruitful ot disasters that he may be th?
al it has uot cost him his official head. Bi
a au ofiinal sense, he baa escaped thc last
ortnne of Charles the First or Loni? tho
eenth, it is because his mistakes have servet
mrjwses of tua ad ve rs tries, and they have pi
.1 by them. Now, with their own heavy lu
f blunders, condemned by the popular voit
he Northern States as fsi us thev have expre
heniselves, Mr. Johnson may tum tho tables t
he baffled and astonished Radicals, and ?dei
lie name, his policy and his administration '
he great majority of the loyal mosses ot
'To this end be needs a new Cabinet, bcgini
rith the State Department. Retirement would
ow be an act of cruelty to Mr. Seward, but an
f kindness. He has outlived his day. ol' nsf
esa in public lin-. He belongs toan age and j
ration, to a political system ot dogmas and iii
hat have passed away." The best that his faith
ood man Pridtj can now dp tor him is to gin
lim at tie-expense of Mrs. Lincoln, and in m
nd scandalous tattle about ber little bills as 1
f the White House. To get rid, therefore, nf
laster, in order to h;> relieved of his man. wr
o of itself u good move on the part of the Pr
eut ; but much higher and larger considerati
all imperiously for a new Secretary of Slate.
The same broad and gcueial reasons, t? a gre*
r less extent, apply VJ all nie other membe rs of
xistiug Cabinet, including old Mr.Welles and
iug oi' spoilsmen under the care of Mr, Fox.
ndfcistaud that Mr. Johnson has beeb m?dit?t
">r some time past upon such a stroke of poli
nd it bas been intimated to us front well inforu
ou rees at Washington that tie will, in all pro
ility, under the encouragements of these 1
lections, proceed without further delay to pct
aeasures. Li t him do so; lott let him. in the
onstruction of bis Cabinet ugatnst tho nnnlaca
ladicals. be careful to avoid the other extreme
icnrable Copperheads. He wants no suchoffit
u* visera about him as either Ol the two Seymou
r the two Woods, or Mayor Honman, Ydorheea
-UaadigliEni. Such dead weights would* HOI
ink Mr. Johnson beyond the reach of a rcshfri
ion. He wants men thoroughly identified w
lie Union cause in tho war- men of whom t
nal masse? of the North arc justly proud, a
ct men who a ?. not committed to the royolutic
iv schemes ol [Radical fanaticism-not visional
ul clear-headed men Bucb,men,'if von pleat
i tirant. Thomas, Sheridan, Hancock, Farrag
In the intermediate courue thus suggi-' ad ii
3bnsou may now do a great work in fusing t
>nBerva!ive Union men ot both parties into t!
ieVoriouB party of 1368, leaving Northern radica
mat ic.-- and copperheads and all the dtsturbh
ictions ot the oay. North and South, high ai
ry, like the drift-wood letton both sides oi a gre
?ver from a heavy flood. We may say, tao, that
ie revolntioniiiy'programme of the last two sc
ons of Congress stan 3s condemned hythe pc
lo, the constitutional amendment upon which tl
lectious of last year were con tes tod stands ot
hatically. endoieed. A Cabinet, therefore, and
ic-ssagc to Congress, framed upon this issue, ar
specially upon the suffrage settlement em bract
i said amendment would make at ouce a diversic
i butti houses of Congress as tatal to the radica
H it would be advantageous to the administratif
i securing tho legislativo balance of power. M
ohn?on will do well to understand that tho peopl
ave not been followiug him or fighting his Lat fir
i these late elections, but that they have bec
ronouncing judgment against the vicious riegi
rhemes of radical fanaticism, as they pronounce
year ago in favor of the fair and aeceptab]
.heme of Congress which the radical leader? i
leit inflated folly and self-conceit abandoned.
peech of King William, of Pi unala, at th
Opening of Parliament:
The North Gennau Parliament w as opened ii
erlin September 10, by the king of Prussia, wh
elivered the following speech from the throne
Illustrious, Noble and Honored Gentlemen o
ie Parliament of the North German Confeder
tion: At the close of the first Parliament o' Mi
orth German Confederation I was able to exp es
iv confidence that the popular representative As
jmblies of the several Federal States w ould no
"fuse theil constitutional recognition I tba
hich the Parliament had created in unison wit I
ie different governments. It affords me grea
Uisfaction to find that I was not deceived in thai
in?dence. The constitution edithe North Germai
onfederati?n has iu a constitutional niuuuer be
wue law in all the Federal States. The Federa
ouneil has entered UIRUI its (mictions, and tO-UAj
herewith, with joyful confidence bid welcome*
t my uauic ami in the name of m y illustrious allies.
> the first Parliament assembled on tho basis ot
ie Federal Constitution. Immediately after tin
romnlgation of the Federal Constitution an inpor
mt step w as tak-. n toward roguluting the national
dations of the Contcderatiou with the States u!
cnith Geimauy. Tee Gorman sentiments of tb.
Hied Governments have created tor the Zollverein
new basis oorrapondiiig with the altered ciicum
tanoes, and a treaty concluded on that account,
nd approved hythe Federal Coundil will bv laid
efore you. The budget ot the Confederation will
>rui a prominent subject for yuur deliberations,
he careful limitation of the expenditure to absolute
?quirenients will permit of nearly tbrse-fourtha
fit being defrayed by the Confederation's own
avenues, aud a careful estimate ot these revenues
-errants the belief that the estimated contribu?
ions of the several Federal States will fully suftic?
j cover the whole expenditure. Bills have been
dd before the Federal Council, and others are
itendecL the object of which is the settlement of
uch matters in the domain of Federal Legislation
s the present tims permits ot and rccjuirciS. A
iw will oe introduced upon freedom of settlement
rbJch is meant to prepare the further develofi
tent ot the common right of nationality founded
y the Constitution. A bill upon liability to mili
iry service will be laid before you with the object
f making this common right of uatiouality apply
L> the army, aud, at the same tune, with tbeobjecl
>f collecting iu a manner easily tu be surveyed the
.ravisions which are contained in the Constitution,
tartly m a distinct form and parti ? by r?f?rence to
Prussian legislation on liability L> military service,
v lull upon tue passpoit sy?tein aims at doing
iway willi antiquated restrictions upon intercourse,
md at forming tho basis of au agreeinant between
he Confederation and the South (iennau States
MI respond,UK with i.b.-national inteiesls. A law
ipon weights and measures will be brought for
yard ?uh the view of regulating the weights and
litasurc-?ol Ine Confederation ou M eomnioii princi
>leandiuawaj required bv international inter
.ourse. The pcisitiou ofthe Post us :i Federal m
ititutiou renders legislative arrangements necea
lai-v on the subject of the postal s\"stem generalh
md thu postal tari?. 1'he estabbshment of Federal
Consulates requires a lenal determinatiou ol thc
rights and duties connected with the exercise of
:he ofiicc-of Consul. The unity of thc- mercantile
narine requites a basis iu ibu shape ot a law upon
he nationality ot trading ships. I nope that tn.-,
aws, which denote a firstybut decisive stop toward
he completion of thc 1 cdcral Costitution., will
neet with your and the Fed. ral Council's approval
t he deliberations from whicii proceeded thc Fede
.al Constitution >veie guided by the conviction
bat the great task of the Confederation could
m\y be accomplished bv ac commodating, imougi.
eciprocal advances, special inti rests to those of?
nore general and national character, rbis narnu
sonvietiOQ has fonnd expression m ih< discussions
ff the Federa" Conn, d, und will, I confident!) be
lieve, form tlu iiasi>- of yom deliberations. With
this thought, honorod gentlemen, direct ;..ut cf
Luis to tue completion ot the work rounded In tin
FederalCoustitntion. lt is .t werk of |ieacc to
which yon are called, and I tmrit thai wiih UMYH
blessing,theFatberbiitI will ti i->\- -.ft pt-.i -e tho
Ti mts of your lalior."
THU GoVERintKNT PRINTLNU. 1 he Sumter AVlW
p.xplains ita position in connection with the gov?
ernment printing, as follows :
"The proprietors of this paper did i-eceive jn
rormatiou nom Mr. McPherson, clerk ol the
House ot Representatives, that he had selected
thea-journal for that purpose. Haring learned,
however, that this was a pie?e of patronage be?
stowed usually by the dominant parte upon papers
upholding thea political views and'that it ifould
bene ess a ry for thom to do so, t her determined
t:> have nothing to do with it, nt such a cost. Ac?
cordingly they wrote to Mr. McPherson, informing
Unn of the political status of thea paper. Two or
three da vs later they received a Uiver from bim
withdrawing the appumt"".:;i
LETTF.R FROM VFW YORK.
[FKOX OUR iVKOUt CoKKf HPOMDEXT.]
.'Mw YORE, October ll, ldo7.
Ii a gentleman who is a proprietor of a tirar
?.la** hotel happeha liimeolf-to be extiavafcantly
fond of a certain diah, oven tbongh it be a well
or; pared "Chateaubriand," or a tempting jia/eoV
foi? >.?<.?., it dees led follow (hat hid boarders
would no! tire of baring too much of a good
thia?, if Bald Chateaubriand, or said pie of goose
liver is sel before thom for breakfast. lunch and
(hillier, ?lay after day, and week after week. Now
Mon. imr ia aware of iii? weaknesses, and picada
guilty of thc charge of having served up last win?
ter to (he guests of THE DAILY NEWS literary res
Lauront rather tor?.largo a quantity of BOOTH and
RlS TORI, wherefore bow that a new dish appears
in the person oi FANNY JANADSCBEK, past expe?
rience warna kim t huf it must not be overdone,
nor served np too ofteri. inr.smnch as I have seen
the Ihrer greatest actresses of the age ma :o their
iir-i bow before an American audience, inasmuch
ns 1 saw RACHEL when she made her debut, herc in
Le* Horaces, and RiSTOBl on a similar occasion in
MIDLA, I trust that I may bo allowed to say
a woid or two about thc great tragedienne
whom I -av, mi Wodli -aday night in thc Herman
version of R rs VORI'* favorite rolf1. FANNY JA
NAUSCHEE'* Medea is equal to thal ol' her Italian
rival, she may not be as great sn artist as Ria
lOKi. but she is a greater actress. Thc picture
may not be'as finely finished, nevertheless, in the
toute ensemble it is a better one. RISTORI is a wo
man who has seen perhaps forty-five winters, and
is call, well-formed, and not handsome. M'lle
JANAUSCHEK has seen bat twenty-four summers, is
sma".:, graceful and exceedingly beautiful. She
combines in her atyle many of the excellencies ot
RACUEL, Ri?ToHi and CHARLOTTE CUSHMAN. She
?raiks the stage like a tragic queen as she is. Her
mice ia foll and sonorous, her attitudes clasait
md picturesque ber piercing black eyes remind
aa ar times ol' the bricht, seipeut-like eyes ol'
RACHEL, si: . ?a in all respects an actress bet?re
whose genius inc- critic inuu bow down in admira?
tion, and forget to write save in eulogistic strain.
??\. rir? held ns spell-boand, and chilled our blood
ia it were. RnTXORl excites our enthusiasm by
lier passionate style. T*.NAI'SOHEK does both. Her
.randest triumph waa in the scene where MEDEA,
?eing banished, defies lier an?mies aa did the
.ra it or CATILINE. . .
Zur?ck; Wer wait's, Medren ru beruhreu'.'
Merl; auf die Stunde meines Scheidens, Eom^,
Ou sahst noch keine schUmnire, glaube mir.
Gebt Kaum: Ich geh; Die lia. bc nehm ich nut.
To see and hear JaXAVSCHES, a? she declaims
"ns passage, would he ni least to admit that this
lew .dish of Moultrie'.-* ia worthy of being served
In a former lotter, which 1 presume has been
OB', aa it Iras not appeared, I ?ave an account of
the l>e\ir.- Auction now being performed at BAN.
rum's Opera Mouse. Tho Devil's Auction ia s
ipectacular pier.- in. which the scenery, though
magnificent, ia imf quite ns gorgeous as that iu
:he Black Crook, but fae costumes are more
..med and handsome, moir suited to the study ol j
tho anatomy of the female frame, and the pro- I
I'lietfird of said frames are much more beau- | j
ifni than the ladies of the corps de batiet
he Black Crook. Md'lh- MOBLA CHI, the new | j
(ansenae,- who ''puta up" at the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, waa serenaded last night, whereupon Mr. 1
LAW, the President of the Chamber of Commerce?. | t
:ook the honora for himself, and not only made a
?peech, hut has had said speech published in the
uuruals of the day.
A lighted candle gently inserted through thc t
.revices of a barrel of gunpowder would probably 1
..reate sonic excitement among such bystanders, ,
&lio uaighi iiapoeii to bo.iu the vicinity, bnf the ef- t
i I would be uothing compared with the const cr
lation into ahieiiihe married men of Wall afreet
vere thrown yesterday when it was whispered
ibout, and then talked about tu loudest tones, that
ionic ingeuions gentleman, wh.? wished lo make
none? literally, and figuratively speaking, had been
mgaged in the pleasant task ol biking counter
i it presentments ol several hundred thousand
loila rs worth of the Seven-thirty bond* of Uncle
iamuol When the nejjs that these bonds have
nvoluntatih K;.I tor their photographs, reaches
he other side of tho big water, we may look for
he arrival ot choals of riv;-twenties, when gelci
rill sro up as may also many brokers who will, per
laps, be broken, lo fall quickly bv the rapid rise
oi holders >>i said fire-twenties mac lear that they
on may have sat tor their pictures.
Thc cheer.cg intelligence that reaches us from
ill quarters that thc bird of victory ia perchin
ipon the branches of the great Democratic tree
n inga j >y t.. the OIK e sorrowful, and hope to the
tb longer despondent; and people, say that there
8 a good time coming both for South aud North
Oi East and Weet- in short fi<r the "vbole eoun
ry Sofar asrelatoa'to.the poor South what I
rustmay be, en long, the rich South-the good
imo has been co long on its journey, that we may
'iclaini, iu tho language of the poet's song : .-tf it
ie coming, wh} don*At come along," for if hope
lelerred maketh the heart auk ti ade deferred in
m es the pocket nerve.
VANDERBILT, the ?iv.u ate?mhoai mau, who is
IS good a judge of equino t?nsh as he is of the
leam-propelled plougher* of the briny deep, has
ouiid and purchased a diamond in the rough in
he shape of a horse bought from a grocer aud
idiich yesterdav the horse, not the grocer
rotted his hall milo in om-minute seven and a
quarter secerlds. Dexter, whom BONNER bought
lame time ago for thirty-three thousand dollars
tad i riler beware of thc "Oreen Cdt," the e\
rroeer's gallant steed.
Tho Father MATHEW tem iterance celebration yea
erday was a spirited though not n spirituous
ifiair. Thc mou interesting feature of thc grand
>rocession was thc long line of little children, ut
ircd in knickerbocker costume and mar. liing
dong through Broadway hand in hand-lt was
iruly a handsome spectacle the l and meanwhile
Uscoursing mos! enlivening strains of martial
nnsic to ti-.r enthusiasm inspiring sirs,of Glory,
Hallelujah and Pat Malloy.
Tin- opera Bouffe continues n> attract the hugest
md most taskiouable audiences, where, however,
he ?Tench element predominates; those, how
iver, wiio arc uative and to the manor, though, uot
o the manner, hom seem not to object to the rery
tiquant dialogue that tikes placo between the
two l aities most interested in the bridal chamber
jcene. JEFFERSON s Rip Vau Winkle ia a perform
niee thai would will applause (?rom the furloughed
jpirit ul WASHINGTON IRYTNO.
Gol 2 a-dive, Cotton [Missive, weather had mid
business, good* MOULTRIE
IVu ?li itt (clou Ams,
HCMOKED RECONSTRUCTION of THC CABINET.
The Washington correspondent ul the New
York Fribuue under dale October U write? t.iihai
Reverdy Johnson v.a-> sent for aud arrived herr
to-.iight. lu thu new arrangement of Johnson's
Government the New fork Deiuooracv are (to have
the Unit choice. In fact they are lo" onfroi the
whole matter, air. Johnson ss thoroughly beared
i? Uiciractions in thoii lat? Convention ai Albany;
and trill do anything to appease them. Thia is all
they wanted. Senatoi Patterson, the President's
eon-iu-law stated publicly tonight, while he ami
Air. Bogy were in a tit of ecstact ovei sour re?
turns froin Ohio that ex-Gov Seymour will au.
coed Mi. Seward, i rom ? similar source, it is learn
ed that Frank P. Elsi jr. Gen. McClcrnand and
cen Ewing aro named for the \Var office. Mr.
Johnson his failed to make the usc lie w ished ol
(?.in Shci man x or Secretary McCulloch's place
there m several HBOJOB "mentioned. Messrs.
Blac! andCowauars mentioned as th-: lepresen
tativ . oi Pennsylvania, and then friends state
thai New-York pit iers, and w.li asl. for. the Treas
ory Department and give thc State Department
to'Pounsyh mia Sfany think thal McCudoch will
not be removed, but it is known that he will br
fought bv the corrupt politicians from Pennsyl
vaina and Ohio, bj whom he could not ht- used to
dd their scheme* l'hei ?il1 .... huckin a fet<.
dav ami lluab.il with Vi?lory, will think nothing
too irreal foi them to deuialld. Stanberv aud
Welles are <aid to haw doue all thal wa? asked ol
them lo insure thc lat" triumph .ind nothing is
said aa t>< what i-1>> i<: done willi liandall and
Rrowniug OMI. Howard '-< r\|?vi. d lolki assign?
ed to a command ill I'exasor on thc I'laiua, and
.iiidgi Huh is tn lat iles]Ntani of in aomo way. The
clerKs in tho Departments *>h-i slill remaiu true
to t heil Radical principle* are very nervous, and
fear discharge To-morrow night it ia iiopeil will
bring forth all. LTnlil then the excitement will of
riie Citiciiiti9ii Fuquirei says "Ereiy?tate in
the "<.".?tth to . hieb il na- been submitted, ha*>
voted negr j sntfrage down. Connecticut voted it
down li t yoai by 6000 majority ; Nsw fork roted
it down in 1852, by 190.000 majority. In Pennsyl
vania and indiana no part> baa the courage to
submit it. Ohio will vote it down by a largo ma?
jority this Fail "
COLUMBIA & HASTB?BG RAn.BOAD. - Ou Tuesdav.
.24th u.U., Chancellor Carroll rendered a decision in
thc case, pending for some mouths past, between
the South Caromin Railroad Company and the Co?
lumbia Si Hamburg Railroad Company. He de?
cides ju favor of the latter company, anuilisniiasas
the bill Hied by the former.
So there is now iHiaerioUa let or hindrance to
th? speedy completion of this important toa il
which is to pass so near ns, and to run through an
long a stretch ol our District. Money, however,
never comes amiss, ami we have no' doubt the
directors of the road Would be glad of help from
Edgefleld. Are there not many men living near
the-liue of this road who are more able now, than
tor a long time past, to help it? Cotton is low. U<
he euro, and promises to be; hut planters gene?
rally have made their provisions for next vear, and
we 'cannot believe hut that manv of thom wilt
have a large supply of surplus moriev. There are
now no negroes to buy with it. Why not, there?
fore, help tins railroad? Let us have railroads
now wished ahead, and there can be no telling the
prosperity that will dow in upon us.
EsBLV FAUST.-There was frost in thia locality
mi Tuesday morning last. ?sot enough, wo appre?
hend, to do material injury.- Luurnsier Ledger.
S.u.r.s or KCAL ESTATE.-A number or trouts ami
parcels of land and village lota were sold by the
L'oni'raissioner in Equity for this District onMon
Jay Inst, at prices which seem to be rather looking
ap. Wo append a statement of the tracts end
pri?es in the order in which the sales were made :
Estato Minor Clinton, Esq.-500 acres, $2500 ;
TOO acres, $1700 : UH) across. $190 ; interest in 280
icres (disputed). $90; 1 vilhigo lot, 31 feet front,
ivith law ?frico, $500 ; vacant lot, 24 feet hort, $240;
vacant lot, 14 feet front, $22.
Estate Dr. R. L. Crawford-Reversionary interest
ii tract of ?00 acres, asigned to widow for dower;
;250 : house and lot in the village, $2570 ; vacant
ot, $2G0 ; vacant lot, $210 ; 339 acres. $1800 ; 300
icres, $300 ; 300 acres. $210.
Estate Daniel Plyler-515 acres, $150 ; 277 acres,
Estate .ino. E. Blackmoti-210 auras, (subject to
?fe eslate of the widow in 79 acres), $220.
Estate Dr. W. 1. Raskin-130 acres, isubjact to
vidow's dowsr), 5160. '
All upon one and two years time, except sufficient
.ash to pay expenses. ~Lanea$l&- Ledger.
CITY A^Vl RT1 SEM E N TS.
KLfaU TION OF CITY ASSESSOR,
OFFICE OLESE OF COUNCIL. I
October 10. 1807. j
rHE CITY COUNCIL WILL, AT ITS NEXT RF.IK
LAH Meeting, to lie held on TUESDAY, 22d inst,
ifoceed io elect an ASSESSOR to nil the unexpired
erm ol Mr. D. e. filPSOX. declared.
Letters of application will be received up to 12 o'docl
iL. ou day of election.
By order. W. H. SMITH.
October ll ._Clerk of Council.
UlTICE TO DKMNHCKflTT TAX-t'A VRKS*
CT! Y TREASURY OF* ICE, I
October 8. 1867. I
RAX FXECUllONS WILL ISSUE FROM TRIS OF
FICE on '.'2d inst., ou all unpaid returns for 18?7,
tue on 29th .lune last. S. THOMAS.
Octobei 9 .City Treasurer.
\OTICF. TO AUCTIONEEHS.
CITY TREASURY OrFICE,(
OCTOBF.K 2. 18C7. )
4 LL AUCTION LICENCES EXPIRrlD BY ORDi
?\_ NANCE on iMitb September. Reuewal? will I <
'louted ou application at this otUce, if made during Thi ?
tomtk. 8. THOMAS. City Treasurer.
OFFICE Cl'lX UTVLT. ENGINEER. \
Cm HALL, CHARLESTON, September u. nun.)
"t BALED PROPOSALS WILL BP. RECEIVED UN rix
^ the inth at 12 o'clock M.. for BUILDING SEVERAL
iltUNKi-i of the lengths sud sires given below. The es
iniate-. will inrlHde the cost of excavrftiug about 200
albie yards of earth, the necessary filling, reforming ot
lavements, amt grading alter the laying or trunk-*
.engin ol Trank in Line street. 270
.engtbof Trunk in and from lots in Coming street
to the tidal drain.300
.ength ( t Trunk from lots on Gadsden street to the
maUi dram In Wentworth street. 120
?ngtfc of Trunk from McIntosh's Court to Ibid-.
cline ?1,-eet drain.*. 187
Tiuuks to be twslvejw twenty inches ia the clear,
milt of two bv twelve inches prime yellow pine plunks,
0 rest upon sleepers of three by nine inches, three feet
nug. placed Uve feet trom centres. Brace? to be two.by
ii Inches, dovetailed into thc sides oi Trunks, at dis
an ivs of five feet from centres. The Trunk-i to be luid
0 grade peg? furnished by the Engineer.
All the wort must Iv carriffl bn willi Hie greatest
Plans cuii be Mien at this ofti. c.
A cuiiv of Uie-e specifications lffO?t be attached lo each
"Irr. I JOUIS ?. BAB BOT,
September 12 i ity Engineer
OFFICE OE CITY TREASURY, (
January 3, ?Jtl7. )
1 ) tm i .ic NO i ICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT TOD EU
I the following Ordiuauce licenses have b.eu prepare.:
ar delivery li-otu Itu- Office. S. THOMAS.
Si c. I. B? it Ordained 6y the Mayor and Atdnrmem
'tty CvmncHI axsembted. That from and after the firstdaj
i january, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, drs).
ml wagons, unod tor private and domestic purposes, IL.
Ue sami'mauurr, and according to the same provis!Ctn
ow of loree in relation to carls, drays and warona, leroi
liven tor lure, except f/iviuj bonds, And each mm.
ai t, dray or wapon, shall be ptvvtded with a ba.l^e ron
lining the number thereof, and marked Private, tr? *.i
laced on tb* nateide of Hi' ihsfl.
SSC ti. No prrntn ahull be taten by the Tri ison I f >
arel y to any nonti under" the Ordluaure co?>:t>nitngii
euse:i lor ?.arts, drays, warona and btber carnages lin
>ss he oi she be a free bolder.
SEC "? The following stud! hereafter be Hie rates loi
censes tor public and private rans, drays, wagons, fcc.,
j. hilling the horn s oi mules ?lied tly-r.-..i, which '?.li-:
e I rec trom other taxarion :
DBLIC iMUI.i, PRATS, ETC., OM THOSE EirPLOTXB IN .yu
.BUBtHESB WnVaTLVER,TOR HIBX L-IREcT OR IHVIBBCT.
Vor every cart, dray or wat"011, drawn bj one hor?e ..i
For every cart, dray ur wagon, drawn by tv,.- horse'Or
For every hack and carriage with two nbeelu, $20.
For every back aud carriage with four wheels, MO.
For every stage or omnibus (except lille OUWlbliS .
Ith two horses, SRO.
Vat ever) ttagu ur omnibus (except line oinulbus,
rawn by lour horse-, $00.
lor every truck drawn ny two or luoreh.-i-e-uiiiuii -
For every express wagou .Lawn by two or mor;? h..i?..?
r mules. ?Ci?.
?1RVA1' CARTS AM' PltlVyrT CARTS, DRATS, ??TC. .
For every bread curt or wapon, %t>.
For eve?')' cart, dray i>r wagou, used for private or .lo
leslie purposes, and not to be employed in Ins trans,
nrtlug ot good?, -wares, merchandise, lumber, or ant
mer commodity, for eoinpeusabon, either directly ut
iilire.'tly for the same, shall pay for u license the anni ol
.". es chi-ive oi the horse or mul?.
Ratified In city Connell, this icth day ol Jannarj
?L. s. I in the sear of our Loni one thousaiul eight hun?
dred and sixty six.?
P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor
Uv UM Mayor.
January ?j W. U. SMITH. Clerk ol Council.
.) RECULATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS PRO?
DUCTS. AND OTHER INITAMMABLE OIL?.
SEC. t. Beit ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
.it; Comal assembled, That from and after the li'h dav
t Juna next, it snail not nc lawful to keep Petroleum,
ieroaene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any oiher in
ammable oil or oils on storage or tor sale lu any cellar,
tore or building south M Line street, m a large.' .pun
ny than tifty gillon-on any one lot or premises, ami
ny such quantity so kept or stereo shall h - ouu?ie.l in
ci?els ot tin or other metal.
?EC. 2. That Petroleum, ita products, or any other in
lammable oil or o:U, when brought into tbe tityby land
.i water, may be kept on any lot or in any buildlug in
i hich cottou is uot btoreit, io:.-a period uot exceeding
srenty-foux hours, upon the expiration ot which lime il
hall M removed and kept lu the manuer as rei(iurcd b/
he foregoing section.
sic. a. Any person or persons violating auv part ol
bb Ordinance shall ba sub.lCLt to a tine of two hundieJ
lullars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of con -
taii?e? in City Council tbl? twenty-first da- of May h,
the yeur ot our Lord one thousand eijjht hundtrsd iUi<i
[L.S.) P. C. GAILLARD. Mavor.
V\'. H. SMITH. Clerk ot CouncU, .inu??
OFFICE CLEBI ur c IUSI |
May I"?: I
1 be foUowitiM Sejtiuii of .. An Ordtoance lo abolish the
>rtice of Sperinteudeui ol'streets ; tb provide lo; Keep
ug tue Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
?Hy of Charlesstou clean, amt lor other p?rp?ses," i
lercby pnbUshed tor the Information of all concerned :
For the due protectkm ol the said contractor or cou
[racli rs. U isjurth'r ordained, That every ow ner, lessee,
icenpaul amt leliaiil ol any premise.-, fronting in uuv
-nert, tano, alley, or open court, shan on every da)
sundays excepted) ba\e thc dirt, Ultu, garbage, orothei
iffal.'piaced In trout ol bl-'or tier lot, m a barrel, box oi
Hean, and iu n'aalueM fur Hie rum rac tor, b\ tb? hour ul
?.veu uVltick.A. M.. trom theiirMi .la) of May to the
m .i day "i NOM tuber in evarj year ? aud li) ibo hour ot
niue oil... I., A. M.,frr.w lin Ural day ol November to
I ?av in-1 du> oi .\ia> lulMriug. And any person offend
lug herein.?* pla. mi.- any dirt, finn, garbage, oi oth.-i
allai, m my . tin i. lum-, or alley, or upen i nari, after the
I,.nus above named, -mail be ?ubjr.-t t,, a One not bass
lian two nor more than five dollars, for each ami ever?
iff, nco, to bc imp. -.. .11?> ??e Mayor.
B> o.-.i.. w. u sucra,
M iv i ? clerk QI Council
Kl Ub'. LOAS.
M vTOBALTS OF CU\V.\ IV lCNM
Cn\ HALL, November ti IdftC i
Vii. PU: ON" DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN 'I 11
Inirut Districts and Waste Placer of the ? itv, un
1er "An Act ot the General Assembly, gin og autboriti
lo thc nt) Conn.-il of Clnrl?'ton to proccc i in the m li?
ier < i a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up Uti
Pity ar.?r." are hereby notified thi; the form ?fapili
-ulioii for loans ran be obtain?-,! si thc office ol theCli il
if Council, beiweeiith.- bonn of (i A. M. and 2 P. M.
AH applications Dins! bee 'djntne above mentioned
?mee, as lb* OfNntnittM ?rill tuest exery Mondan l?t-w.
??1er Hie -allie.
ll? ..der of ihe Mayer W. ff. SMITH,
November Hi Clerk ?rf ilouucl).
uFPICR'OF TUE CBTEF OP POLICE.I
OBARHarrow, s. c., May 4, 1867. I
f I Ml E REGULAR INSPECTION OE THE LOTS A N I
J. iiiclotuires, vaults, &c, wiU commence uu Mmnltn
WJI. til iust. owner? uud occupant? are hereby require*!
lo see that lb. ir pmnlsfs are in good condition sud thal
:dl filth sud Kania;;.- is removeu as required bj Or.P
nance, fltm-r inspection? will follow,
itv order of Mayttr GAH I uto.
i 5: SKI WALD,
fl-' i ,.i P.yJi.e.
Ol Fl? K CLERK OF COUNCIL.. THE FOLLOWING
claus? of secttonl oi an >H>rdinaitce m Kai se '-ap
plies lor the year is?7." is nubliSbod foi ii?e lafonaainsa
vf persons Belting UowDb? ssmpleoi .,r .,..->-. u no.au
aot residents ol ibis eil) Allan.h,. -..w a:.' beroi?)
uotified to repast ai tua office.
. Three doha:! OJ evexy hiindre.l dt.llars??1 ail youd"
sold lu Inls city I un? cji "i,tv saiupte MI
otbetwiaj ' wu SMITH
Mai. ii t t lurk ?. . ?.??.
Manufacturers, Jobbers &lRetailers
FTNE AND] MEDTl'SI
- IS; '
CORNER OF ITA SEL STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. O'
WK HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS
'AP?R ESTABLISHMENT a moat extensive anJ
applied wit? a ere-at variety ni PLAIN AND
'ANC? PYPE, ol Hid latest Mid moat approved
tries; and we have every facility foi-executing
U Linds cf JOB WORK in
Kill and Letter Heads
t Steamboat Printing
?'t*., &.<*., ?Vu?.
THOSE OF OUK FRIENDS DE
NtRINti JOB' WORK, will please
leave (Keir orders iv ?tb us. We
I?Ul garantee as good irorlr, and
nt as CHE AV RATES, as tau be
had in Charleston.
Ml HUN & MORTON.
May '.' _
Is AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISiXil MEDIUM. LEI
Merchant') aud business nu ?il?.1 n lurafttw months.
?No risk no gain." s.-nd un r.i.0 . inls and increasr
vour trade this tall. loare'* I?M? :.^.-.|uul Printer**
ink-it ha1) made many a forum ?.
'Jei un for the paper-$3 pw auaui : ;ti advance
Advertisemeata Inserted at the rate .?: 51 per ?ajuare ol
twelve hue- or lew for tar h insertion
carit-? >'t du liue* ur U?n. at the rai.- nf $li? tor tbiv.,
Contracts by the >.-ar or for ?ix mot,i-i. allowiug prlv
,1.: i . ruin flus tm more favorable t.-rm?. Addres?
EDUARD .. BRONSON.
N > 'nur 11 Pnbtt!.. . s trnrietci )'
O H ITT AH Y.
DIED. In tniB city, on th? evening of the 9th mat.,
' M AMA GRAYSON, second daughter of C. Vf. and M. G.
PARKES, aged four years, eleven montai, and. twelve
"Suffer little children to come unto me, aud forbid them
49* The H elev tl ve?. Friend* and Acquaint?
ance? of MBS. M. C. HEKTZ, and of Maa. M. AXOEL,
DB. ANGEL, and of the Family, are respectfully invited
to attend tho Funeral Services of Mas. HENTZ, at No.
33 Ashley-atreet, at Four o'clock, This Afternoon, without
further invitation. 1* October li
?" NOTICE.-IF THE GENTLEMAN WHO i
danced in Meeting street last night will dance once
more, the subscriber will give him an introduction
Bt Peter. SUNDAY NIGHT.
October 14 1*
?-NOTICR-CONSIONEES PEE STEAM?
SHIPS PROMETHEUS and MONERA are hereby no?
tified that they are thia day discharging cargo at South
Atlantic Wharf. All goods remaining on the wharf at
sunset will be stored at expense and risk of owners.
JOHN A THEO. GETTY, Agents,
All freight amounting to fifteen (15) dollars or less
mnst bo paid on the wharf before deli very of goods.
?.NOTICE TO CREDITORS.-LN EQUITY
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-LOWNDES e*. ROBERT?
SON.-Under tho order made in this cause, notice is
hereby given to the creditors of the firm of ROBERT?
SON, BLACKLOCK and COMPANY, and the separate
creditors of ALEXANDER ROBERTSON, JOHN F.
BLACKLOCK and EDWARD N. THURSTON, who de?
sire to take advantage of these proceedings, to appear
before the unlersigned at his office ia the Court House,
and prove their demands, on or before the 20th day of j
November 1867, or be debarred thebeneflt of the decree
to be made in this case.- JAMES TUPPER.
October 7 m7wl . Master in Equity.
?-NOTICE TO MARLNEHfl.-C A P X A IN ?
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vessels in As.dey
River, are requested not to do ao anywhere within dirac,
range of the heads ot the SAVANNAH RALLROAi
WHARVES, on the Charleston and St. Andrew's side o
the Ashley River; by which precaution, contact with th;
Submarine Telegraph Cable will be avoided.
S. C. TURNER. H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 6, 1866.
?. BATGHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE is the best m the world. The
only ''?'?'.* *nd perfect Dye-harmless, reliable, instan?
taneous. No disappointment No ridiculous tints
Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of ba*
Dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving lt soft and heantlinl.
The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor. All others
are mere Imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all
Druggists and Perfumen?. Factory, No. 81 Barcley
9trect, New York.
MsT BEWARE OF A COlfNTERFEIT.
December 10 lyr
?-NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH?TS GLOOM y
attendants, low splrlto, depression, involuntary emis?
sions, krna of vernen, spermatorrhoea, loss of power, dizzy
hean, loss of memory, and threatened impotent? and im?
becility, find a sovereign cure in HUMPHREYS' HO?
MEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com?
posed of tho most valuable mild and potent curatives,
they strike at once the root of the matter, tone up tht
system, arrest the discharges, and Impart vigor and eu
ergy, life and vitality, to tho entire man. They nav<
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per package of six
boxes and vial, or SI per single box. Sold by druggist t,
and seat by mail on receipt of price. Addres- HUM?
PHREYS' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE
COMPANY, No. 562 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
?-TURNER'S TIC DOULOUREUX OR
TURNER'S TIC DOULOUREUX OR
UNIVERSAL NEURALGIA PILL.
UNIVERSAL NEURALGIA PILL,
A SAFE, CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CURE FOR NEU?
RALGIA AND ALL NERVOUS DISEASES.
It is an unfailing remedy in all cases of Facial Neural?
gia, orten effecting a perfect cure la a single day. No |
Cn-.u of Nervous Disease faits to yield to ita magic indu
ence. Even the severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia and
general Nervous Derangements of many years' standing,
affecting the entire xysteiu, are completely aud penna
uently cured by it in a few days, or a few weeks at the
utmost. It contain* nothing injurious to the most deli?
cate system, and can always be used with perfect safety.
It tn In constant use by thebcBt physician*, who <rive it
their unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mai) on receipt of ll and two postage stamps. Sold
TURNER A CU., Sole Proprietors, NA. 14?
Tremont street, Boston, Mass.
September 2 mwf 9mo*
?- WHEATON S OINTMENT" WILL CURE
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON il OINTMENT cures Old Soxes.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of the
Price 5U cents; by mad CO cento. All druggists sell il.
WEEKS A POTTER, Boston. Proprietors,
September 16_ ?_mwfly
?* A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO HF. .t
country home, after a sojourn of a few months in ti s
city, wa? handy recognized bj her friends. In plaT t,
a coarse, rustic, flushed face, abe bad a soft ruby com
plqxion of almost marble smoothness, and instead
twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Uponla
quiry as to the cause of so great a change, she plainly
told them that she used the CIRCASSIAN BALM, and
considered it an invaluable acquisition to any lady's tc ?let.
By ito use any Lady or Gentlemen can improve their per?
sonal appearance an hundred fold. It is simple it it >
combination, as Nature herself ls simple, yet unsurrass
ed in ito efficacy in drawing Impurities from, also h -sl?
ing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and rompleiion.
By its dlrect.iction on the cuticle it diawa from it tH ito
impurities, kindly heahug the same, and leaving th? snr.
face as Nature intended it should be-clear, soft, smooth
audbean?ful. Price $1, sent hy Mail or Express, on re?
ceipt ol' an order, hy
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. V.
The only American Agents for the sale of the same.
March 30 _?y
?- MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AND THE
HAPPINESS OF TRUE MANHOOD.-An Essay tor
Young Men on the Crime of Solitude, and the Physio?
logical Errors, Abuses and Diseases which create im?
pediments to MARRIAGE with sure means of Relief.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Address DB. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
September 26 3mos
PREPAR AT!0 NS
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, No. 10 Crosby etieet, New York.
'.loon Boxes, Bottle* and Flask* manufactured daily.
SOU) BY AIL J)RVGGIS1SEVERYWHERE
.. COSTAR'S " SALES DEPOT,
ajo. 4*? BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Where SI, S'l to Si sizes are put up for Families, Stores
Ships. Boat.*, Public Imiltutioiis. &c, 4c.
It is truly wonderful the confidence th u is now had In
every form of Preparations that come* froth .. Ouster's"
-COSTARS" EXTERMINATORS-For Rats, Mice.
Roaches, Ants, Ac. ie. "Only infallible remedy known."
..Not daugerons to the human family." "Rata come our
ol their holes to die," Ac.
.CO>TAR'? " BED-BUO EXTERMINATOR- A li.pnd.
put up in bottles, and never known to tail.
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moths iu
Fur i sud Woollen*, is invaluable. Nothing can exceed it
tor power and efficacy. Destroys instantly all Insects on
Planto. Fowls, Animals. Ac.
"COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE-For Cuts, Burns,
Wound*. Bruises, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Piles ia
all forms, Old Sores, Ulcers, and all kind* of cutaneous
affections. No family should bo without it. It exceed.
in cfHcaey all other Salves in use.
"COSTAR'S " CORN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,
" COSTAR'S" BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOS
S JMS-Beautifies the Complexion, by giving to the akin
a soft and beautiful freshness, and is incomparably be?
yond anything now in use. Ladies of taste and position
regard it as an essential to the toilet. An unprecedented
sale is Us best recommendation. One hollie ia alway
followed bv more. 'Try it to know. .
..COSTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS-A nuiwnol Dinner
Pill (sugar-coated), and ot extraordinary efficacy for Cos?
tiveness, all forms of Indigestion. Nervous and Sick
Headache. A Pill that i* nun rapidly superseding all
. COST A ir.-." COUGH REMEDY-For Coughs, Colds.
Hoarseness, SoreThroat, Croup. Whooping cough, Amii
mu. and all torin* of Bronchial, aim Disease* ol Iii.
l*Ur.>ai and Lung*. Audrraa
HENRY R. COSTAR,
, No. 4S2 BROADWAY, N Y
JMTO'IE & MOISE,
No. 151 Meelina street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or ten?ale, can master the great art of Ven?
triloquism bj u tew houri' practice, making a world ot
fuu. und alter becoming experto themselves, eau teach
others, thereby making it a source ot'bicorne. Full in?
structions r.ent by mall for 60 Cents. catWaction guar
Address P. 0. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y
Msy I . lyr
FOR NEW YORK..-THE A \ FA si?
'.ailing Brig KEYSTONE. BABTIB. Ma--- -, hiv?
Hug a large portion of ber cargo eng% w li
i nave quick diapatcii for Ute above port.
Fur freight eugagemehts apply to the Captain on b ?rd
ve&iel, at North Atlantic Wharf, or to
RISLEY A CREIGHTON. Agenta,
October 14. Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE. -
FOR MW YORK.
THE "NEW AND ELEGANT SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
Will LE A VF. FROM ADGER'8 SOUTH WHARP*
on ?aturda}/, October 19th. inst,, at ll o'clock A. BI.
SS" All outward Freight engagements must be made,
at the onie.- ofCOCBTENAY A TRENHOLM, No. 44,
JttT For Passage and all matters connected with tho
Inward business of the Ships, apply to STREEI BROTH?
ERS A CO., No. 74 East Bay.
The Fine Steamship EQUATOR will follow on Tuesday,
23d October, at - o'clock.
- STREET BR0THEB8 A CO., 1 ?",,".?
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM, f S&TR I
October 14 _ . . ._ ? ._.
FOB NEW YORK.
People's Mail Steamship Company.
. ?ae.. . -
? CAPT. P. 8HACKF0BD.
YT7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC -WHARF ON
VT Thursaay, October 17, at 9.15 A? M.
October 1* JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
NEW T4>RK AND CHARLESTON
People's Mail Steamship- Company?
. i .". radi. ? .'.7f
CAPTAIN F. W. HARRIS.
TTiriLL LEAVE NORTH ATLAN1IC WHARF ON'
I YT Tuesday, Iqth October, at 9 o'clock.
Une composed ot Steamers "MONERA" and "EMILY ,
B. SOUDER." . . '
* . JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
October la . - , No. 48 East Bay.
331 G T A TOU,
10UU TONS BURTHEN,
; CAPTAIN L. ?J. COXE1TER.
WILL LEAVE. M I DD LE ATLANTIC WHARF1
every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 9 o'clock, for that
Foi freight or passage, apply on board or to the office -
of i J. D. ALEEN A ?JO.,
September 12- ._"_ Agents. '
FOR PALATKA, FERNANDINA?.
JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE LAND?
INGS ON THE ST. .IOU vs RIVER. VIA
SAVANNAH, GEO.. S . ??j*a
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
3D X O TAT O IV j,
(10O0 Tons Burthen)
CAPTAIN L. M. C OX E TT ER .
YJfriLL LEAVE MIDDLE A TL ANT It; WHARF.
W' every TUESDAY NIG HI, at 9 o'clock, for th?
above placas, connecting with the Georgia Central Rail?
road at Savannah, for Macon, Mobile and New Orleans.
All Freight must be paid bera by shippers'.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or at the offica
of J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
September 12 Agents.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE.
T it I-WK LO KL I ,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
STEAMER PILOT BOY. ...CAPT. W. T. McNELTY
STEAMER FAN NIE. ...CAPT. I. PECE.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL L?AV?
Charleston every Munday, Wednesday an. Fnday
Monmir.!, at 7 o'clock; and Savannah every tiutay,
Wendesday and Fridai Mornings? at 7 o'clock. Tonch
lug at Bluffton on Monda*, trip from Charleston, and
ir<drt?ii/ay, trip from Savannah.
All Way Freight, also Blanton Wha^4aaost bi n*u
For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN FEBOUSON, Accommodation Whs rt.
October 1 _,_
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON
THE PEE DEE RIVER.
THE M?HT DRAFT SIE AM ER
CAPT. C. C. WHITE.
IS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT FOR THE ABOVE
Points, and will leave To-Morrom Niyht, the 10th
instant. w- _
All Freight mast be prepaid on the Wharf.
For Freight engagements, apply to
October 14_2_Accommodation Wharf.
FOR EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
CAPT. D. ROYLE.
WILL RECEIVE FREIGHT THIS DAV AND LEAVE
TwMurroui Morning, at. 0 O'clock, and Edistn
Wedmsday Morninn. at ? O'clock.
For f relgb tor passage apply on board or t o .
JNO. H. MURRAY
October 14_ 1*^_Market Wharf,
FOR GlW?brETOWN, S. C, ?
THE FINE STEAMER ?
CAPTAIN C. C. WHITE
TS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT FOR THE ABOVEht
? port, and wiR leave To-Momw Night, 15th mitant '
Au Freight most be prepaid an the wharf ?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
October H 2 AawnmwdaUon >? oaj^