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VOLUME V.NO. 635. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
Oar Cabio Dispatcher.
FLORENCE, October 23-9 I\ M.-Thc nows to?
night ia glorious for the canse of Italy. Tho Gov?
ernment deems it best to suppress details for tho
HAVANA, October 24. -Sugar 13$; standard 8 5-16;
10$ stauda- d 8. Exchange on London 14$ pre?
mium. Paris 2 premium. United States currency
The British birk Ella Adela has been wrecked
on P unta l;eef. _
NEW VI>RK, October 25.-The astronomer Sir
Janies South H dead.
Tho Royal Bank of Liverpool has made an as?
sessment on the stockholders of five poonda per
share, and will soon resume. Its liabilities are a
million anti a half sterling.
Garibaldi had reached tho province of Unibria.
whore he waa stopped by the Italians. Nothing
since regarding him has been made public.
The London Times stigmatizes tho course of
Fiance towards Italy as cruel and perilous. Ita
effect, however, will be transient. Tho Garibaldi
ans must rise, and new enterprises against Rome
will Le inevitable.
Ratazzi is still acting Prime Minister of Italy.
It ia roported that Napoleon has requeated a
conference of ti??* great powers on the Roman
WASHINGTON, October 25. -A. S. H. White, Sec?
retary of the Indian Commission, telegraphs un?
der date of October 21, that a treaty has been
made with the Comanches und Kiowas, and that
tho prospects are good for peace with the Chey?
ennes, Arapahoes and Apaches.
Secretary Mcculloch has issued the following :
" Merchandise intended for ports and places in
tho interior of Mexico, may bo duly withdrawn
from warehouso :>ud transported by Sea in bond
to Galveston, and from thence eta Allentown and
Gonzales, to San Antonio, and from thence by
way of Eagle Pass, Pre?ideo del Norte, or San
Elizario, to its destination in Mexico, under the
restrictions and requirements provided in section
six, chapter three of the regulations."
The Tribune takes tho ground than the Attorney
General should lead tho prosecution in the Davis
The revenuo receipts to-day amount to $456,000.
The matter of tho Georgia University was re?
ferred to the President, who referred it back to
General Grant, by whom it waa referred to General
Pope. All mattera connected with the districts
tako tho same course, neither tho President nor
General Grant taking any responsibility beyond
referring the matter to tho District Commanders.
The Georgians hero aro hopeless of any change
in Pope's district.
A recent .dispatch announcing that Mr. Davis
would certainly l>e tried at the approaching term
in Richmond, gave the impression that this de?
termination was arrived at after consideration
with tho Attorney General. It is reiterated that
the Federal Executivo has taken no interest in ?he
case since Mr. Davis waa delivered to the civil
authorities. Mr. Stanbery has given the prosecu?
tion officially neither direction or adrice.
Reliable information received here states that
Juarez has issued a new grant for the opening of
tho Tehuantepec route.
Official returns at tho Bureau of Statistics show
5,057,025 acres planted m cotton this year, yieldiug
about 1,568,357 bales of 450 pounds.
Elections In West V irgitia.
WHEELING, October 25.-The returns of the
election for members of tho Legislature of West
Virginia are meagre, but indicate a diminished
So far as heard tho Democrats have made large
The City of Wheeling and Ohio County gave 700
Democratic majority. Br *oke County elects the
entire Democratic ticket. Wood, Marshall, Wirt,
Berkley, and probably Harrison, have gouo Ro
Politics in N ort h Carolina.
WILMINGTON, October 25.-The whites ar-), taking
more interest in the approaching electiou since
tho result of the election in Virginia has been
known. Five days more are allowed for registra?
. . . '
Brownlow's Klee ti on.
NASHTTLLE, October 25.-Brownlox is elected to
the Seriate by twenty majority.
PHILADELPHIA. October 25.-There were seven
deaths on tho Potomac yesterday--the disease un?
doubtedly being malignaut Asiatic oholera.
From Kew Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, October 25.-There were sevon
t?on interments for thc pas: twenty-four hours.
The steamship Bavaria haa arrived in Bavaria,
with over three hundred passengers. The first
experimental trip looking to the establishment of
a permanent linc between New Orleans and Ham?
The Crescent rf to-day states that a private iet
ter from Corpus Christi gives intelligence that the
towns of Brazos, Brownsville, Texas City, Mata
uioras, and the village of Bagdad. Mexico, have
been extensively damagod by tho tame storm that
recently devastated Galveston.
The steamer Piscarno left Brazos for this port
on the 29th ult., and has not been heard from. It
is considered that she has goue down with all on
Yellow Fever lu Mobil?.
.MOBILK, October 25.-There was but one fever
California Kl dion.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 22.-The returns from
fifty-four counties make tho success of Sprague
and Fitzgerald certain.
NEW YORK, October 25.-The steamer Amster?
dam is ashore and bilged, at Montauk Point.
NEW YORK, October 25.--Stocks dull and heavy.
Sterling time 82 ; sight ii ?'. Gold 42. Money G to
7 per cent. '62 coupons 112$ ; Tennessee 6 s, uew
issue, 60i. Flour 10 to 20 better. Wheat 3 to 5c.
better. Coru ic. better. Fork lower at $21 25 a
21 30. Lard dull. Cotton quiet at 19* a 20.
Freights dull. Naval Stores unchanged.
Flour, more doing. State, #8 30 a 10 50. South
ern, $10 a 14 50. Wueat active and j Letter. White
Michigan, $3 20 a 3 25. Mixed Western Corn, $143
a 1 45. Oats, lc. lower. Pork heavy at $21 25 a
21 30. Lard lower at $12 75 a 13 50. Cotton firmer
Sales 3000, part Lo arrive, at 20c. Naval Stores
unchanged. Freights unchanged. Stocks strong.
Gold, ill '62 Coupons, 112J.
BALTIMORE, October 25.-Cotton stronger; Geor?
gia Middling 19c. Flour very dull and no sales.
Wheat better; prime to choice Red $2 70 a 2 75.
Corn steady; White $1 38 a 1 42; Mixed Western
$1 37. Oats steady; Prime 70 a 72c. Rye un?
changed. Provisions ven- dull, but unchanged.
LOUISVILLE, October 25,-Flour didi and un?
changed. Mess Pork $22 50. Bacon firm; Shoulders
14?; Sides 18-j. Whiskey nominal.
ST. LOUIS, October 25.-Flour heavy. Corn dull;
Whito $1 00 a 1 10. Mess Fork 22 00; Clear Sides'
17$; Shoulders 13$ a 14.
CINCINNATI, October 25.-Flour unchanged. G n
in good demand at $105. Mess Fork nominal at
$21 00; Eacou unchanged. Lard dull at 12$.
WILMINGTON, October 25.-Turpentine steady al
52 a 521. Rosin quiet, at $3 for common; $3 S7A
for No. 1. Tar film at $2 70. Cotton quiet at rf.
MOBILE, October 25. -Cotton quiet throughout
the day, closing at 17* tor jliddliugs. Receipts
to-day, 831 ; for the week, 6632. Sales of the
week, 5400 ; exports, 8210 ; stock, 1.3,000.
NEW ORLEANS, October 25.^ Sa les of Cotton 1700
bales. Low Middlings IS. Receipts of the week
7373 bales. Exports 4911 bale*. Stock 33,182
bales. Flour buoyant-advanced 50c. Double extra
$11 75; choice extra $13 50. Corn. Market nearly
bare. White $1 50. Oata advanced to 78c. Fork
very dull aud nominally $24 J a $24A. Paeon un?
changed. Lard in tierces li?. Gold 142. Ster?
ling eaBier. No. 1 clear bills 54. Bank bills 56.
8ight exchange ou New York J a J per ceut. pre?
Auor8TA, October 25.-Market firm. Sales 705
bales. Middlings 17c. Receipts 917.
SAVANNAH, October 2c.-Cotton active aud ad?
vanced 4c New York Middlings 19c. Sales 900
bales. Receipts 2300.
* [Tho below named books aro all to be had
RUSSELL'S, King street.]
Of the making of books there is no end
cially school books. Teachers are now hew:
with an embarras de richesses, the range ol
tion is so extensive, and the several claima
favor so nearly equal in their merits, that a
becomes more and more perplexy. Thon
royal road to learning, and "Latin Made Eas
"Hebrew in Six Lessons" have seen their dai
pronounced harmless, fit only to rank with
medicine, panaceas, "Grammar in three les
and " teuography tn one lesson." and have
banished from the society of sonsible men.
is, however, an immense distanco betwee
dreary books over which our venerated
wero birched- "Rudthnian's Rudiments," "
Syntax," Cordorius," "Accidence," "Syllabus,
and the systematic and progressive works t
THON, AUNOLO, ANDREWS, BULLION, MOCLD
and many others, who have maeadaiuizi
planted tho road, once so full of difficulties :
hill of knowledge, lt may bc that future
will see yet other improvements and smootl
more the rugged road over gerunds and g
ilive8, second aorists, and worse Ui^u all, Ei
syntax, lt niav be the time will come when
will cross over "Caesar's Bridge" in a hod, ski
jump, and travel along TAcrru.s and TH'IOV
as re. illly and a? willingly as they now do thr
Robinson Crusoe or MAYNE REIDS advent:
tales, lt is not for Uh M say that these thing
not be. It may bo that the very Crichtone
coase to be 1 'admirable." But, in the mean
at our present speed we confess we cannot
how these things aro to be brought about.
Tho text books we named above we believe
excellent, capable, in the hands of competen!
conscientious teachers, of producing tho
satisfactory results. But, notwithstanding
this, we are constantly called upon to chro
tho advent of View candidates for pedagogic
vor. Messrs. A. 8. BARNES & Co., energetic
meritorious schoolbook publishers, have set
two new books :
1. A 1 .ATIs" READER, to which io prefixed an opitoi
La Un Grammar, together with notes and refercDc
the grammars ol Harkness, Andrews k Stodi
and Bullions. Also a vocabulary and exorcist
Latin prose composition. By WM. B. SILUKK, A
CoUege of tho City of New York.
2. A COHVLETE ETYMOLOGY OP THE EKOUSH LANGI
Containing the An. 'o-saxou. French, Dutch, Ger
Welsh, Danish, Gothic, Swedish, Gaelic, Italiau, 1
aud Greek roots, Ac, 4c. By Wa. W. SMITH.
Tho first is a reader after the stylo of Jae
and ANDREWS' well known books, and, while
good, wo cannot see that it can chum superii
to those or mauy others arranged upon tho s
SMITH'S Etymology, as far as wo can see frc
hasty examination, seems to us a book of dec
merit, original in mauy of its features, and in
opinion a valuable addition to the anuainentar
of our higher schools. The spellers, defin
dictionaries, etc., usually found in schools, ai
but little use ; aud the sooner they are superse
by books arranged upon a moro rational-plan t
the mere accidental collection of tho initial let
of tho words they treat of, the better will it be
all concerned. Tho book now nuder considera
is ono bf the best substitutes wo have acm
these meaningless catalogues of words ; and
the hands of a properly instructed teacher, tr
prove an invaluable text book. And yet auoth
A FOURTEEN WEEES COURSE IN CHEMD?TBY. BJ
DOBMAN STEELE, American Minister. Principal
Elmira Free Academy. New York : Published
A ti. Barnes k Co. Charit stun : JOHN BUSHELL.
For once, we believe hore is a school i>
which actually supplies the want many teach
have long felt. In tho proface, the difficulty cn
mg this want is thus stated : "There is a la
class of pupils in our schools who can pursue t
branch only a single term, thc timo assigned t
in most institutions. They do not intend to
come chemists, nor even professional students,
they wander through a large text book, they
como confused by a large multiplicity of st nu
terms which they cannot tarry to maBter, aud,
a result, too often see nieu as trees walking-. T
author has tried to meet this want by omi ti i
that which is perfectly obvious to tho eye-tl
which everybody already knows-that which coi
not be long retained in the memory -and tl
which is essential only to the chemist. Ho 1
not attempted to make a reference book, lest I
untrained mind of the reader should becoi
clefted and wearied with a multitude of detail,
has sought to make a pleasant study which t
pupil can . .laster in a single tenu, so that all
truths may become to thom as household worth
HANDBOOX OK PRACTICAL COOKERY, FOB LADIES A
PBOFESSIONAL COOES. By Pierre Blot, New York :
Appleton k Co. 1S67.
Tho Messrs. APPLETON have done the conni
another service in publishing in a cheap and c<
venient lorni Mr. Barr's handbook ou cookery,
.rt practised more widely perhaps thau any ot h
but an art also which in its ranks counts quac
and botchers innumerable; an art which is lit
understood, and which has not yot been oman
pated from the shackles of empiricism. How f
understand the culinary scienco! How few ev
know that there is such a science. An old pi
verb says : "God gives the meat, but the de
sends thc cooks," and there arc few whose expo
once will not confirm the truth ol this "old sav
But of all the countries on this baked planet
ours, none can boast so many bad ct iks, and sit
w. etched cooking, as this glorious Union. Thc
are various causes for this, of course, all of whii
we may hope to seo coi reefed in the conree
years. V'o have uot space hero, nor the time
present, to elaborate this subject.
At some other time we may favor the te tilers
the NEWS with our idias on our several nation
dishes on gumbo, okra-soup. Brunswick stew, hoi
?uv aud rice, Virginia hoe cake, dough-nuts, dod)
ers, johnny cake, rolls and light bread, bacon ai
greens, short cake, pork and beaus, ham and in
lasses, buckwheat cakes, pumpkin pies, hoppil
john, po ta toe-pone, etc., etc., otc., etc. We nu
draw pen pictures also of Monsieur John Crapes
the French cook, with consequential air and inev
table white cap ; of Mrs. Bridget (/Flaherty, tl
Irish lady who follows cooking as a profession
likewise also of Fraulein Ltschen or Nanuchci
who are adepts at sauerkraut and kloese, and bu
and least of Diana Johnson, lady of color, larg*
fat and greasy, monarch and mistress of all si
surveys, a personage vastly more important, an
ten times as stubborn and opinionated as all tl
"plain" cooks of every nation and every elim?
And when wo do returu to the subject, wo will ?I
so with a full sense of its importance. Is m
cookery as well entitled as its sister arl lo I
styled th? "?rs omnium arlium cuitsvrcatrir':
Who knows what injury bail cookery han done
A tough mouse iu China sometimes costs a mat
darin his head, and wo have always thougl
that the fate of the famous "Tom" in Mothc
Goose was to be attributed as much to the qualit
as to the quantity of his comestibles.
Cookery, like spelling, is an inspiration, not a
acquirement. "Ondevient cuismier, on nail roth
gear" ia bat a partial admission of this tm tl
But study helps the "vim maUam;" andcnliiiar,
genius can profit by tho striking generalization
of Mr. BLOT. F'or the good ol mankind, we wil
add to what Mr. BLOT has well written, a grea
canon of the art, which he seems to have over
looked, and which has beou suggested by a dys
peptic friend: it is that "the frying pan is th
greatest enemy of the human race."
1. A DAUGHTER OF THE EMPBESS.
2. NAPOLEON AND TUE QUEEN OF PBUSSIA-An Histori
cal Novel: by L. Muhlbach. New York: D. Applet?
At Co: 18C7.
These are tho latest of Miss MDHLBACH'S popa
lar novels -IL t tho least, however. As this Ind]
finds a ready and a profitable market for hei
wares, we can seo no good reason why she shouli
not contiuue, as long as life and health enduro, ti
produce her two, three or even four Historical Ro?
mances per annum. But lest we should uninten?
tionally do injustice to our authoress, WC will insert
the following notice, which we lind enclosed bj
the publishers ni one of the above-named books:
LOUISA MUHLBACH ANO HEH WORKS.- The
promptness witta which the works of this German
authoress have been published bv the Appleton8
of New York has created the impression that she
is a most rapid writer. Indeed, some appear to
think that works of Action flow from lier pen witta
unsurpassed frequency. This is quite a mistake.
It is some fifteen years" since her tirst work ap?
peared, and the date of her publication liming the
last ten years is shown tn the following list:
"Archduke John and His Tune,'' 12 vols., 1&59-6&
Those arc generally small German volumes, lb'ino,
pps. 200 to 270, of which there aro six ill a work.
Ince the .translation of Marie Antoinette; "The
Fugitives in London," 3 vols., WHO] "Franz Ra
koezy," 2 vols-, 1861; "Frederick the Great and
His Court," 6 vols., 1849; "Frederick the Great
and His Family," 1804. Second series of "Frede?
rick tho Great and His Court," :$ vols 1804;
"Count von Benjowsky," 4 vols., 18(15; "The Great
Llector and the People," 4 vols., 180?; -Historical
Pintores,'1 18?2; second series, 3 vols., 18G2; "His
torical Life Pictures," 2 vols., 1801; "Court Histo
rics," 3 vols., 1862; "The Young Elector," 3 vols.,
3 vols.. 18'.:,"?; "Joseph as Emperor," 1859; "Empe?
ror Joseph and Mario Antoinotto," 1804; "Enipc
mr Leopold and His Time," 3 vols, in one, 18(51;
"Empress Josephine," 3 vols., 1861: "Queen Hor
tens?-." 1861: "Kin? Henry tho Eighth and His
Court," no date; "Tue Court of Empress Catharine
II.." lSj'J; ".Alaria Theresa and Trenck," 2 vols..
1861-2; "Napoleon in Got many," 4 vols., 18?H)-?3;
-'Daughter of an Empress," 2 vols.. 18'X); "Prince
Eugene and His Timo," 8 vols., 1804; "Kastadt
and Jena," 1SC3; "The Urcat Elector and His
Children." 4 vols.. 1800.
Miss Mnhlhaeli was horn in 1S14, and was mar?
ried to her late husband in 1839, and is ?fty-threo
years ot age. She has herself related tho liiuthod
which slio pursues preparatory to writing an his?
torical romance. She says: "I havo never written
a hool; without having Birdied beforehand thc
theatre of events. I must get acquainted with the
land and people; must know the country, its in?
habitants and tares exactly, in order that I may
represent vividly and correctly."
Thc materials thus obtained of the career of
those great, characters who figure so prominently
in ber works kare doubiless been ample for several
works relative to each. The field in which she has
wi ought has been so rich in groat and stirring
dramatic incidents, that it has required a masterly
hand to usc them.
Tho works of LOUISA IfuHLBAGH, so well trans?
lated, elegantly printed and widely read in this
country, although no better than hundreds of
other hooks annually thrown oil' by the German
press-indeed, not one tithe as good as many we
could name-are, nevertheless, productive of good,
ru that they introduce ibu American reader to vast
repositories of historical knowledge, which would
otherwise perhaps remain forever a scaled hook to
him. Tho general idea about German history, if
we are not mistaken, among the independent citi?
zens of this Tree republic, is, that all is shrouded'
in darkness before tho time of Julius Cesar, and
again during thc long period that succeeded thc
fall of the Hornau ompiro and tho commencement
of thc Kcfomiation.
From Mart in Lnthsr to Frederick the Gi eat we
have ano'lu - hiatus-although SCHILLER has shed
some light on tho Thirty Years War, and set
Wallenstein in strong relief on that dirk ground.
Frederick is known somewhat, thanks largely to
MACAULAY'S brilliant essay, and more recently to
CABLTLE'S voluminous work. After him, tho only
other fact couuoctod with ti erinn ny, usually re?
membered by Americans, is thc Hessian contin?
gent of tho ltoyal British Army agaiust thc
.American colonies. BmoBEB, METTERNICH and
BISMARCK, are the landmarks ol German history of
tho present century. With tho exception of these,
all was darkness. Our thanks aro due, therefore,
to Mis. MUNDT, for peopling these vast and dreary
wastes of history with men and women, who occu?
pied j< rent positions in their day, were entrusted
with command, nnd exercised great influence upon
the people of their day and generation. Our in?
terest for those heroes of history is very much
enhanced by having them presented under Mrs.
MUHLBAOH'S stereoscope, in flesh ami blood, w ith
tho virtues and the failings much like thoso of
the men and women of our present day. Our
young folks, who would not be likely to go to the
"sources," aro thus beguiled into a considerable
amount of historical leading.
It is the moro to be regretted, therefore, that,
while these novels possess so much to recommend
them, there should bc much also we cannot ap?
prove. Oar objections aro not upon moral
grounds, however, but purely upon tho question
of art. There is a constant proneness, so common
in all third rate (1 orman novels, to spin ont chap?
ters upon chapters with the details of Ibo scandal
of a petty court. Another objection wo have is tho
King (Jambysses vein ol' her heroes-they are al?
way? on stilts. They arc, every one of thom, too
sentimental- -a quality which not un frequently
sits very incongruously upon thom : and Pre lo?
rie!., Kaunitz, Josoph, or Napoleon every now and
then arc brought on tho stage in a character half
Timon of Athens and half Claude Melnotto, with a
spice sometimos of C BLAB LOTTE'S Werther, (i. e., if
BO insipid a creature as Werther could be said to
haw any spice.)
However, such as they are wo accept them thank?
fully, know.ug that many worthy persons derive
pleasure, and some also instruction, from their
TUE OLD GU ABD.-We "nave received the Novem?
ber number of tld* magazine, and a glance at the
table of contenta proves that its title, "A maga?
zine devoted to literature, science and art," is not
a misnomer :
L Votes or Bayonets wlv'ch? By tho Editor,
ri. Tutula. (Poetry.) By Wm. P. Samford. OL
The Battles of Virginia, including 8liarpsburgand
and Gettysburg. By John listen Cooke. IV. The
Blind Child. (Poetry.) V. Joscolyn : A Tale of
the Revolution. By W. Gilmore Simms, Ksq. Vi.
Silence. (Poetry.) VII. Naples and its Environs.
VIII. Lincoln mid Davis. By Dr. J. H. Yan Kvri.
IX. Monsieur do Fontaine's Story. X. The Little
White ('.?ove. (Poetry.) Bv Paul ll. Ha vi,e. Xl.
Love in Maturity. (Poetry.) XII. Tho Old Por?
traits. (From the French ol' Souveatre.) XIII.
Stand Finn. (Poetry.)
The GUI Guard ia ably edited by C. CHAUNCEY
BURR, Iisq., and is ?ii every respect a sterling
magazine. The subscription is three dollars.
Tho London Bookseller contains the following
curious announcement, printed in displayed type :
"Tobesoldby private contract, the copyright of
a work in manuscript, entitled the Tower of Babel
discovered, and thc Deluge explained. The sub?
stance of which is contained in about 350 foolscap
ito pages. The author and compiler asserts that
he has made one of the most important discover?
ies of the present age. namely, thal ot demonstra?
ting tho identity of the (heat Pyramid of Egypt
with tim ancient and Biblical Tower of Babel, and
proving, by conclusive evidence, that tho Mosaic
Deluge was a local Hood, produced by the burst?
ing of au ancient Al rican lake, tho remains of
which he pointH out, and also indicates in detail
the cause of the gi eat catastrophe." Il is further
announced that thc purchaser will have t ho right
(o supply advance sheets to American publishers.
FALL AND WINTER
ri: INVITE rm: ATTENTION OF um CUSTOM
Kits and the public to our FALL AND WINTER
FINK AND MEDIUM
Manufactured in our own workshops, . spri ssiv for this
market, from thu moxl approved FOREIGN AND DO?
MESTIC FABRICS, style, workmanship and Ut war?
ranted equal lo ordered work.
Wo are seUiug tin a ? i loods much below tonner prices.
A complete assortmeul of GENTLEMEN'S WHITE
AND COLORED SHIRTS. SILK. MERINO .ail wool,
AND SHAKER PIANNEL UNDERSHIRIS AND
DRAWERS, TIES. SI MIES. GLOVES. HOSIERY, tc
AS ASSORTMENT suited to the wants of Freedmen al
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, al very low prices.
CORNER OP I LASEL STREET,
C HA li LESTON, S. <.
On Tuesday evening, October lit, at the residence of
Dr. JAME? DEVORK, Mr. ORLANDO SHEPPARD to Miss
MARY, oldest daughter or Dr. JAMES DEVORE, all of
Edenfield Diatri.-t. ?.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE, ou Sunday morning, October
20, 1867, after a brief illness, of typhoid Fever, at the
residence ot Mr. J. CAnr GLOVER, st. Paul's Parish,
VIRGINIA, heloved wife of J. WILSON GLOVER, and only
daughter of T. E. CHAPLIN, in the twenty-fourth year of
Death, for ihc first lime, has entered this happy house?
hold, and claimed as his victim tho brido ol' but six short
months. Loved and loving, she has loft a void eternity
alone can till. Amiable hi her disposition, gentle In her
maimers, and kind to all, she won thc love and eonlideuco
of those around ncr. Although young, she for many
years proved a consistent member of thu church, anil
displayed in daily Ule tho character of a true Christian.
She sleeps tho sleep of death, but "we mourn nota
Uiose without hope."
"t he Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, bless?
ed be tho uame of the Lord."
' Thou art gone to thc grave-but wc will not deplore
Whose (?od was thy ransom, thy guardian and guide.
lie gave thee; He took thee; and Ile will restore thee;
And Death has no sting, for the Saviour has died."
*?v- TRINITY M. E. CHURCH.-TlIE CON?
GREGATION'S of tho First an 1 Wentworth street Baptist
Churches, aud of Trinity Church, will uuite in attending
Divine Worship ot Trinity Church, on To-Morrmn (Sun?
day) Muming, at hall-past 10 o'clock. The Service will
be conducted by Rev. E. T. WIN KL KR, D. D.
The Rev. C. P. GADSDEN ?111 perform Divino Scrvlco
m this Church at Night, cmmifucing at half-past 7
o'clock. 1 October 20
Ai" THE REV. TL ALLEN TUPPER WILL
preach in Uio Citadel Square Church. Tu-Mm raw Mani'
i*H) st in t, o'clock. I October 26
AS-ORPHAN HOUSE CHAPEL. -THE REV.
W. B. W. HOWE, of St Phillip's (Episcopal) Church,
will porlorm tivine Service in thin Chapel To-iUrrow
Afternoon, 27th instant, ot 4 o'clock.
?3- YOUNG BIEN'3 CHRISTIAN ASSOCLV.
TION.-Tho Rev. Mr. ADAMS will duliver a Sermon be?
fore this Association To-Mnrrom (Suudoy) Evening, the
27th instant, in thc lower Baptist Church (Rev. Dr.
WINKLER,H). Church Street. Services to commence at
half-past Heven I7jf) o'clock.
'ibo public generally, and young perrons especially,
are invited to attend.
A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN UP for thc benefit
cf tho Association. W. W. PEMBERTON,
Octobor 20 _Secretary.
a?' CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER FALCON
trom Ballimore, aro hereby notified that sho ts Thit
Day discharging cargo at Pier No. t Union Whurvo*.
All goods nol taken away at suuset will remain on Wharl
at Constgneea' risk. MORDECAI ft CO.,
Ortobor 20 1 Agent:.
SO- NOTICE .TO CONShiNOHS CITY CON
SliiNORS scuding us Merchandise or Furniture for sale,
will please give draymen our address in fall, OH auction
houses have been receiving goods consigucd to un.
CAMPBELL, KNOX k CO.,
No. 05 Hasel streit, opposite Post?nico.
??ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMAND
against the Estate of H. L BUT TERFIELD will prese:.
their c'ti'"" duly attested, and those indebted will mak>
payment to HANNAH. M. BUTTERFIELD,
Sepleuibor 20 lamo? Administratrix.
aar THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE APPLI?
CATION will be mado for r. uewal of following Certirt
cates in Homo Loan and Building Association:
No. 177, H. F. BAKER, February 10, IMO, 20 shares.
No. 181, J. M. HURST, March 30, 1S00. 5 abates.
No. 227, C. MUTH, October ll, 1861, 10 share*. .
No. 7 T. A. WILBUR, February 10. 1800, 10 shares.
August 20 lamoomos
Ai* THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
DARLINGTON DISTRICT.-IN EQUITY.-P. B. BACOT
AND T. L. BACOT, Administrators, PETER S.
BACOT. t i. THE HEIRS AND CREDITORS OF PETER
H. BACOT.-Upon hearing tho pleadings in this case, lt
ls, ou uioUou of W. W. HARLI.EIC, Complainauts' Solici?
tor, ordered that all and singular thc creditors of tho lato
Peter S. Bacot, Complainant's Intestate, be required
lo Die and prove their respective deuiouds and debts in
Jndgtnenta and otherwise against the paid Intestate, be?
fore tho Commissioner of this Court, by or before the
first day of Novombcr next, and lu default thereof that
they bo debarred from the benefit of any decree to be
made Ihereiu. and that the Commiseloucr of this < 'oort
do advertise this order onro a month in the Darlington
Southerner and the Charleston Daily New, until the
said first day of November next
"Tlie abo e is a true copy trom tho origiual order made
In the above case. 1:1th ol February, 1S07.
A. l'\ EDWARDS. C. E. D. D.
Commissioner's oibcu. Darlington c. H.. February 32,
1S07. s?Gfl _February 2.1
??- Till', STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
DARLINGTON DISTRICT.-IN EQUITY- H. W. "ED?
WARDS, Administrator T. E. UOWLK, rs. IL S. HOW LE
J AM KS P. WILSON AND OTHERS.-HILL FOR Di
JUNCTION, ACCOUNT AND RELIEF.-Tl is ordered
that the CREDITORS ol THOMAS E. UOWLE, i]0CC4sed,
be enjoined from proceeding to recover their claims nt
law against the eoTiiplalnmit, and that they do prove and
establish their demands against the said HOWLK before
the Commissooer of this Court, ou or before Hie first day
or December next, and in default thereof that Uley be
barred the benefit or any decree to be pronounces!
The above is a true copy from the original order made
tu the above stated case, 12th February, IH07.
A. F. EDWARDS. C. li. I>. D.
Commissioner's Office, Darlington c. n.. Feb. 22,1807.
February 2.1 s41
Hi-THE STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA
DARLINGTON DISTRICT-IN EQUITY-HANNAH J.
HART, Aduduistratrix, ii. ELLEN E. HART, JOHN
WITHERSPOON. Cf al.-BILL FOR IN JU NOTION.
ACCOUNT AND BELIEF.-It is ordered that Ute credit?
ors of JOHN L. HART be enjoined from proceeding to
recover their claims at law against tho complainant, und
that they do prove and establish their demands against
thc said John L Hart, before tho Commissioner ol
this Coull, MU or before tho first day of Novombcr next,
and in default thereof that they bo barred from the ben?
efit of any decree to be made herein.
lt is also ordered that a copy of thia order be published
at least once a week until the first day ol' November next
lu the Dallington South? mer aud tho Charleston Daily
The aboce is a true copy from the original order mad*
In the above case, 12th February, 1S07.
A. F. EDWARDS. e. F.. D. D.
COMMISSIONER'S OiTICK, Darlington G H.. February
22. 1807. SM il February 23
tS- NOTICE.-NOTICE ls HEREBY GIVE*
thal application will be made before Chief Justice Di S
KIN, at Chambers, on the 15th of November next, tor tn
Incorporation of "THU AMERICAN MISSIONARY A
SOCTATION IN SOUTH CAROLINA," thc obied i .
which ir* to establish a Normal School for cob red pei
sous, with a capital sto-k ol one hundred dollars, wil
(he privilege ol' increasing the Hame, by donations ? i
otherwise, to tue sum ol lilly thousand dollars, thu pu
pone being to educate teachers for schools iu Soulh Can.
lina. s'.i Septem!? r 11
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aller thc syrup is administered.
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Re sin e and call for
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Having the fae eimile ol "tVnns lt PKUSINS" on the
outside wrapper. Ali olliers are base Imitations.
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D"> edits per In ittle.
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Holborn, London, England; No.-Ul si. I md street, Mon?
treal, Canada. DOWIE fc MOISE, Agents,
August27 twtusfiino Charleston, s. c.
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The genuine I? signed William ,i. /:,<.'?./...?. Allotlnr*
? re mero imitations, and should he avoiJtsl. sokl bj all
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, So. :i lian <y
street, NeW Yor'tf.
t a - BEWARE Ol? V i Ol.NTKRI
HecenitM r lu lyr
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I rear inalvauce. Advertisement- iu -. ... usu.-.l
f7l?, ' ... i . ELk'ulU?.
^lay p] Editor and Pruurk-Mi
Headquarters Second Military District
CUABXESTON. S. C., Ootobcr U2, 1867.
[?EXBB.U, Or.PECS, No. 1D0.1
I. The following supplementary instraclions ar? pi
lisbed fur government of Boards aud officers connect
ri. A session of each Board of Registration, for I
dual revision of the registration lista, will be boid a
convenient pomt, to be selected by the Board, within
registration! precinct The several Boards will not sit
ike several election precincts as heretofore, but a
single place designated as ?bovo provided; aud any p
s.>n entitled to registration within stich registration p
rinds, will bo there registered in the book of tho cl
Hon precinct in which he may reside.
HI. The wlion for find revision wdl bo held
Tuetdity, the 5th day of November next, and will contiu
five consecutive days.
IV. Reasonable public notice shall be given in ea
election precinct, where registration has heretofc
taken place, of thc lime and place of holding the scssi
provided for in paragraph II. and of the object of auch ?
sion as provided by Acts of Congress in relation thcrel
V. Commanding (juicers of Poets aro required to cc
vee, hy i rder, the Hoards of Registration, at some oe
venieat place withiu their respective registraUon pi
ducts, immediately npon receipt of this ordir, fort
purpose ol" making arrangements for holding thc sussii
provided for in paragraph TI.
VI. Al the meeting provided for by paragraph ITT, t
Poardi' will take measures to cause due notice to i
given, < f the meeting heal rovisiou, as prescribed
VII. The Commanding Officers of Posts will, as far
practicable, afford facilities to the Bouda in tho public
lion of such notices, hy requiring local civil magistrat
or other officers iu the vicinity where notices are
be panted, to attend to thc posting ol' such notices
may be transmitted to them for t mt purpose by mail i
Otherwise, by thc Board? of licgistrattou.
VIII. The pay and mileage of registrars upon tho fin
revh?on will bo the same as heretofore allowed, exce;
thal only eight days will be allowed for all services re
dered by tho registrar.!. Mileage will only be allow?
for ono journey to aud fi oin each of the two sessions
the Boardx herein provided for.
IX. The final registration w ill bo completed tn dupi
. ale in the registration books already provided ; aud c
the completion thereof, one sut of said books will bc r
fained by tho Hoards nt Registration, to be placed in tl
hands nf'he m.magurs and inspectors of elections whe
such officers shall bo appointed and duly qnalifled, ar
tho other set will be transmitted through tho Post Con
mandora t.; these Headquarters.
X. Commanding Officers of Posts will sec that a
orders in regard lo thc completion of tho lists are eon
lilied with, and that tho books aro complete In accori
nuco willi mich orders, before forwarding tho samo i
Bj command of Birt Majnr-General En. R. S. CAXBY.
LOUIS V. OA ZI ARO,
Aid > de-Camp. Act Asst Adjt.-General.
Official: O. lt, MITCHEL, Aidedo-Camp.
1 Headquarters Second Military District,)
CUABLESTON, S. C., October ?23, 1867. )
|Cl ncc I.Alt. I
I. Commanding Officcro ol' Posts, upon thc uomini
tioiiN m tho Hoards ol' Rcgislr.dion, will appoint for cac
?lection preciiii t or polling place within their command,
three dlwreet and duly qualified jiersous, who will t
?designated "Managers of I.lections"-in all appoln
tautlls for the Stats of South Carolina-and "Inspectoi
ol Ejections" when appointed for North Carolina.
II. When suitable persons cannot otherwise bo ol
timed, menttem of thc Boards bf Registration wihb
eligible for that piiriHJHc.
III. When it is huuradi able hi fill such olliccs for an
(lection precinct or polling place, such election preclm
br polliug plac? will, by ord> r of the PoHt Commande!
be rnuftolidatcd with an ndjoining election precinct r
p alling place for which such appointments aro complet*
Such consolidation will only hu made among thc respei
tive election precincts U.longiug to one registration pr
IV. Tho order appointing officers Of elections wi
Meetly tho eloclion precinct or polling placo by nunibe:
sud also by the local narnu or designation then ot, if an;
and also will specify the registration precinct to whic
the same belongs, and tho County or District for whic
tho same is made; and mich order will I*, forwarded will
out delay to Uicse Headquarters.
V. Thu olllcors appointed UH above ptovided will, ia
mediately upon being appointed by Uio ordure of th
Commanding Officers of Posts, qualify hy taking th
oui li prescribed in General Orders No. fi.';, current s?rier
Iroiu I beso Headquarters, Form No. 1.
: VI. Couimandiug Olllcers of Posts will till all vacar
ci. s in Un-, o lice of Registrar thal tuiy occur, stating i;
tho order therefor the persons lo whose places such at
poinUnenl is made, ami tho raimo nf such vacancy; an
luca appointe? win torta with qualify.
VU. When a Registrar is a candidate Tor election I
the eleni,m ordered to lake pla e on the 1'Jth ?ind ?Uti
dav s ol November next, ho shall give lintier thereof t
tin- Post Commander, nm! such office ol Registrar shal
he deemed vacant
VIII. The powers aud dillies ol Registrars as Hiperiu
tendeufs of elections, and of officers af elections whos
appointment : ar.- Iier>-iii provided tor, will e fixed b;
(lenora! ( ?riler -,
IX. Managers and Inspectors of Klee linns will reCelv
lin pay or milia re, but will be entitled tor clerical labor
Dot to exceed the simi of ten dollars lor each Hoard lo
all duties performed in regard ti elections.
X. Tile pu an J mileage of Registrar., a? superintend
enif oT el actions will be llxed by General Orders.
By command of Bvt Major-General Eu. R. s. OaXBX
LOUIS V. CAZIABC,
Aide-dc-Csrop, Act'g. Ass't Adj't. Oen'l.
Ollloial: L. V. C AZIARC, Aide-de-camp. Act'g. AHS'I
??-ADMIMSTK.VITON NOTICE.-ALL PER
SOUS having danns against Ibo Kstate of Ihe late .1 AMI
P. EARLE, ileccasud, nrs requested hi present thom
duly alt sled: und Hi sc indebted lo the Kid Kstate wil
make payment to .Messrs. DURYEAA C01IIN, Attor
Buys at 1-aw. Library Building, Northwest corner o
( lunch awl Broad streets. ANNA E. EARLE,
Oil lober 18 ls Administratrix.
J6?r ltoVAJi HAVANA i.orrKKV. PRIZE*
CASHED ANI> INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest rales paid for DOUBLOONS and all kindi
o? GOLD ANO SILVER.
TAYLOR A CO., Hankers,
No. 10 Wall sired.
October lt* lyr New Yuck.
Aj-NtU'lCi: r i .MAKINKJ.S. CA Ci .M ?N .*
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their Vessels In Asuh-j
River, ure requested uni to do :<n anywhere Mithin dirri
range of thc bonds ol the SAVANNAH BAILItOAl
WHARVES, ou the Charil alon ?iud st Andrew's Hide c.
tho Ashley inver, by which precaution, contact with th?
Submarine Telegraph Cable will lie welded.
S. C. TURNER, if. II.
Harbor Master's Offici', Charleston. Febrnary ii, two.
ut- UAKKIAOE ANO CELIBACY, AND Till'
SAPPINESS OP TltUE MANU -Ol?.-An Essay tor
Coting Men on the crime ot solitude, and the Physio
logical Errors, * luis.-.- amt Diseases wbicn create im
pedi.nts to MARRIAGE, with sure means ol Relief,
Rout In scaled letter envelopes. Ires of charge.
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Wuere fl, S'J to 95 sizes are put up foe Families, stores
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It i> truly wonderful the confidence that is now had in
every tomi ol Preparations that comes from "Costar's "
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Roueli.-s, Ants, icc., .vc. "Only infallible remedy known."
?\\oi dangerous lu Ibu human family." "ltais como ont
ol their holes lo die," ?Vc.
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?mt up in ??nies, .iel never known t<> tail.
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Wound . HruUn'x, Brok? ii Unnau?, ^or.- Nipples, Piles in
all forms. Old Sores. Ulcers, and all kinds m cutaneous
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I June 17
Headquarter. Second Hilliary District, i
CHARLESTON, S C., October 21, 1867. /
[GENBBAI, OBDEHSNO. 105.]
Post Commanders may admit to boll persons not sub?
ject to tho Articles of War, held in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security,
as provided in the following paragraph :
Security shall consist: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond is required as ball by the State
law in like cases; or, 2d, of a bond In like sum, running
to the Poet Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all orders, with surety, who must bc a freeholder
and must justify in twice thc amount of the penalty, and
I must, under seal, authorize any officer so ordered by the
' Post Commander, in case of default, and non-payment
by the surety on demind, to summarily seize and scU
sufficient of thc property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy the forfeiture and costs ; and immediately upon do
fault made, the bond shall constitute a hen upon the per?
sonal property of both principal and surety.
All bail and other honda taken under military authori?
ty will conform to the foregoing directions when not
otherwise specially provided.
By command of Bvt, Major-Ganeral ED. R. S. CAJIBT.
1.9Uld V. CA ZI ARC,
Aid-de-Cemp, Act'g. Asst. Adj'L Gau'L
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aid-do-Camp.
Headquarters Second Militar}' District,)
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 16, 1867. )
[GEHTCBAL OR o Et; H, No. 90.]
By tho terms of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act
to provide for the mote efficient government of the
Rebel States," passed March 2d, 18G7, and of the Acts of
Masch 23d, and July 19th, 1867, supplementary thereto,
it is, made the duty of tho Commanding General of this
Military District to cause a registration to be made of the
malo Inhabitants of the State of South Carolina or the
ago of twenty-one years aud upwards and qualified by
?the terms of said Acts to vote, and after such registra?
tion ls complete, to order an electio i to be held, at
which the registered voters of said State shall vote for or
against a Convention, for the purpose of establishing a
Constitution and civU government for the Bald State,
loyal to the Union, and for delegates to said Convention,
aud to give at least thirty days' notice of tho time and
place at which said election shall be held ; and the said
registration having been completed in said statu of
South Carolina, it is ordered:
First. That an election be held in tho State of South
Carolina, commencing ou 'Tuesday, tho 19th day of No
vomocr, 1867, ard ending on Wednesday, the 20th day of
November, 1867, at which all registered voters or said
state may vote "For a Convention," or "Against a Con?
vention," and for delegates to constitute the Conven?
tion-in case a majority of the votos given on that ques?
tion shall bo for a Convention, and in case a majority of
tho registered voters shall have voted ou the question of
holding such Convention.
Second. It shall bo the duty of the Boards of Registra?
tion in South Carolina, commencing tour teen days prior
to tho election herein ordered, and giving reasonable
P ublic notice ol tho timo and place thereof, to revise for a
period ol' five days tho registration lists, and upon being
satisfied that any ponton not entitled thereto has been
registered, to strike tho name of such person from tho
list; and such person shall not be entitled to vote. The
Hoards or Registration shad also, during the same
period, add to such registers the names of aU person*
who at that timo possess the qualifications required by
said A eu, who have not already been registered.
Vu nf. lu d elding who are to bj stricken from or
added to the rcgistrsti JU hats, the Boards wiR bo guided
by lae law of March 2d, 1867, and the laws supplement?
ary thereto, and their attention ls specially directed to
the Supplementary Act of July 19tb, 1867.
Fourth. Tho said election will be held in each District
at such places as may hereafter be designated, under the
superintendence of the Boards of Registration as pro?
vided by law, aud in accordance with Instructions here?
after to bc give J to said Ii jarda in conformity with tho
Acts of Congress and as far as may bo with tho laws ot
F\/th. Ail judges and clerks employed in conducting
said election shall, bc: oro commencing to hold the same,
bu sworn to tho tai tin al perforniauoo of their duties, and
shall also Uko and subscribo thu oath of office prescribed
by law for officers of the United States.
Siefs. The polls shall lie openod at such voting places
at eight o'clock In the forenoon, and closed at four
o'clock iii the afternoon of each day, and shall be kept
cpeu during these bouts without Intermission or sd
Seventh. No member of the Board of Registration, who
is a candidate lor election aa a delegate to the Conven?
tion, tdiall serve as a judge of tho election in any District
whi.ii ho seeks to represent.
Eigtdh. The bhemt and oilier peace officers ol' each
District are required to bo present duriug Ute whole time
thal the pells aro kept open, and until Un election is
completed ; and wfU oe niauu responsible that the.e
shall bc no interference with judges of elections, or other
interruption of good order. Il there should be moro
thau une polling place in any District, the Sherill of thc
District is empowered and directed to make such assign?
ments of his deputies, and other peace officers, to the
other polling places, an may. in his judgment, best sub
Herve the purposes of quiet and order ; and he is iur
thcr required to report these arrangements in advat.ee to
tile Commander ol the Military Post tn which his Dis?
trict is situated.
Ninth. Violence, or threats of vi?lenos, ot pf discharge
fro ni employment, cir other oppressive means to pr . nt
auy person trom registering, or exercising his rig?. j
voling, is positively prohiolto I, and any such attem,
will be reported by the registrars or judges of elections
to the Post Commander, and will cause the arrest and
trial of tho Offenders by military authority.
Tenth. All bar-rooms, saloous, and other places for the
sale of liquors by retail, will he closed from 6 o'clock ot
tho evening of the lHth of November, until 6 o'clock of
tile morning of the 21st of November, 1867, and dunne
tins time the sale of all intoxicating liquors at or near
any polling place is prohibited. The police officers ot
cities and towns, and the Sheriffs aud other peace officers
ol Districts, will be held responsible lor tho strict en?
forcement ol this prohibition, and wiU promptly arrest
aud hold for trial all persons who may transgress it.
Eleventh. Military interference with electioiia "unless
it shall be necessary to repel the armed enemies of the
United States, or to keep the peace at the polls," is pro?
hibited ny the Act of Congress approved February 25th,
ls("-(, and Ui) soldiers will bc allowed lo appear at any
polling place, unless as citizcus of the State they are
qualified and are registered as voters, aud then only for
the purpose of voting; but tho Commanders ol' Post?
will keep their troops w ell lu hand on the days of elec?
tion, and will bu prepared to act promptly ii the civil
authorities ure uuable to preservo thu peace.
Twelfth. The returns required by law tobe made to the
Commander of thc District ol the result of thia election,
will be rendered by tin; Boards ol' Registration ol' the
s.vcral registration precincts through the Commanders
Of the Military POMS in which their precincts are situa?
ted, aud in accordance with the detailed instructions
horeulter to be given.
Thirteenth. Tho number of delegates to the Convention
is determined by law, and is the number of members ot
thu most numerous branch of Ihn Legislature for the
year eighteen hundred aud sixty, and this number, oue
bundled aud twenty-lour, is apportioned to the repre?
sentative Districts of the State in thc ratio ol registered
voter ', as lollows:
Distrii I of Charleston.Niue (ll) Delegates.
District of Berkeley.Nine (ti) Delegates.
Dist i ict of Colleton.Five (."?) Delegates.
District of Beaufort.Seven (7) Delegates.
District of Georgetown.Three (:i) Delegates.
District of Hurry.Two (2) Delegates.
District el Williamsburg.Three (3) Delegates.
District ol Marlon.Four (4) Delegates.
District or Darlington.Four (4) Delegates
District of Marlboro'.Two (2) Delegates.
District Of Chesterfield.Two (2) Delegates.
District d' Sumter.Four (41 Delegates.
District of Clarendon.Two (2) Delegates.
District or barnwell.Six (6) Delegates.
District or Edgelleld.Seven (7) Delegates.
District of Orangebnrg.Fivo (5) Delegates.
District of Kershaw.Three, (3) Delegates.
1.?strict of Richland.Four (41 Delegates.
District of Lexington.Two (2) Delegate?.
District of Newberry.Three (3) Delegates.
District ot Laurena.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Abbeville.Five (?) Delegates.
District of Anderson.Three- (3) Delegat JS.
District of Greenville.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Pickcns.Three (3) Delegate*
District ot Spartanburg.Four (4) Delegates,
District of Union.Three (3) Delegates.
District ol York.Four (4) Delegates.
District ot Chester.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Fairfield.Three (3| Delegatos.
District ot Lancaster.Two (2) Delegates.
By command of Bvt Major-General En. R. s. CBNUY.
LO I HS V. t AZ IA RC,
Aid-dc-Csiup. Act'g. Asst. Adj't. Gen.
Official: LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Ald-de-Camp, A. A. A. G.
sfS-NEUVOUSDEBn ITV. WITH ITS (!..<>< Ol \
attendant*, low spirits, degression, involuntary omi
HA, i,.-, ol'seinen, spermatorrhoea, loss of power, dlzzj
t. loss or memory, aud threatened Impotence and tm
UeciUty, lind a sovereign e ire in HUMPHREYS Ho.
MEOPATUIC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com
:,,,,d ol the most valuable mild and potent curatives,
they strike al once the root ol' the matter, tone up tin
syst, m. arr -I the discharges, and impart vigor and en?
ergy, iii-' a??1 vitality, to thc cutir? mau. They han
cured niemand* of cases. Price $S per package of six
hoi ?g and vial, or il per single box. Sold by druggist*,
and sen! by mail ou receipt ol price. Address ll UM
I'lIREYS" SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINA
COMPANY, No. 562 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
-Pjv F?R LIVERPOOL.-THE Vin h.
~??r\^ ' ship AMELIA, ?tajaes Connor MUUT, to loa
JBRF-, with disneic?. Faa Urolgbt engagements ar .
?sS-? ply to J.T. WHLSMAN.
NEW YORK AND CH ABLESTON
People's Mail Steamship Company,
CAPTAIN F. W. HARRIS.
ITPTLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANT IC WHARF ON
TT Tuesday, 29th October, at - o'clock.
For freight apply to
JOHN 4 THEO. GETTY,
October 20_No. 48 gait Bay.
BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP tUMKi Vi .
NEW WINTER ARRANGEMENT-"FTVE DAY LINK"
rHE FAVORITE AND SWIFT SCREW STEAM?
FALCON. .....iE. C. SEED, Commander.
SEA (.I'LL.N. P. DUTTON, ??mmaadw.' '
P?TAPSCO._- ?tEjt'F, Commander'
WILL SAIL FROM THIS PORT FOR BALTIMORE
every Five (5) days, from Pier No. 1 Union
Wharves, beginnin* October 19. '
FreightH for baltimore and Philadelphia will taut have
more frequeut di ?patch than ever before, and Cotton
Shippers tc Philadelphia wiB And freight, insurance and
limo "through" in their favor, by the steamers of taie
line. Transfer of freight for Philadelphia mada directly ,
to (Inland) steamer?.
Shippers to either port will apply to ns Xor any former *
.nformarJon they may need. >
?S~ The Bte unship FALCON sails on Tue ida y next,
29thOcto'oer, at 4. o'clock. P. M. . .rn UrJ
COURTENAY 4 TRLNHOLM*
MORDECAI 4 CO., Agents in Baltimore. ' -
October 25 _;.- ' _ 4 .
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LIKE. i
FOR 1VEW YORK.
< t:/ -
THE NEW. AND ELEGANT SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE FROM A DOER'S SOUTH WHARF
on Saturday, Octooer 26th, bast, at 4 o'clock P. M.
Cr- All outward Freight engagements should be made
with Messrs. COURTENAY 4 TRENHOLM, at their ;
Etfnc", in the uew building, on East Bay,next north of
adger's South Whari (ap stairs).
: tay- For Passage and all matters connected with the
Inward business of tho Ships, apply to STREET BROTH?
ERS 4 CO., No. 74 East Bay.
STREET BROTHERS 4 CO., I 44r- v_
COURTENAY 4 TRENHOLM, J A*enW
FOR NEW YORK.
_ . j-..:!?
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE;
THE SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
CAPT. J. LIMEBURNER.
WILL LEAVE VANDERHORST'S WHARF ON
Saturiav, October 26, at 4 o'clock P- M., sud
?rill bo Hucc-fded by thc steamship SARAGOSSA, Capt,
td. B. Crowell, on Saturday, November 2d.
Shippers tn nat present Silts Lading by 1 o'clock.
October 15_ RAVEN EL 4 CO.
FOR PALATKA, FERNANDINA,
JACKSONVILLE, A ND ALL THE l/AM)
INO? ON TNE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
ID i o rr A T o ia , ;
(1000 Tans Burthen)
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTER.
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF
every TUESDAY NlOMl, at 9 o'clock, for the
above places, conn* cting with the Georgia Central Ball- .
road at Savannah, tor Macon, Mobile and New Orleans.
AU Freight must be paid here by shippers.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or at the office
of J. D. AIKEN 4 CO.,
September 12 _Agents.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE. -
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
STEAMER PILOT BOY.CAPT. W. T. McNELTX
STEAMER F A A.MK.CAPT. I. PECK
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WDLL LVAYF.
Charleston every Monday, Wednesday an F'vlay
Momma:, at 7 o'clock; and Savannah every tomtay,
Wendesdayuna Frvt.n Mornings, at 7 o'clock. Touch?
ing at Mullion on Mordo), trip from Charis? oil, and
Wednesday, trip from Savannah.
All Way Freight, also BIuHtcn Wha^o, mus bi ore?
For freight or pausase, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wh? rt.
October 1 _ ' _
FOR GEORGETOWN, S C,
TOUCHING AT SOUTH IS1 AMD, WAVER.
LY, AM) K KITH FI KL I) MILLS.
CAPT. ISAAC DAVIS.
WILL RECEIVE FREIGHT THI' DAY, OCTOBER
20th, -".i IZZ79 as above on Monday Mona nf,
O tober 28th, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown on Wednesday
Morning, the UOth October, at 6 o'clock,
All freight must be prepaid.
No Irt lght received after sunset.
Fare to Georgetown and south Island. SI.
Fare to Waverly and Keith field Mills, *i">.
For Freight or Passage apply to
SHACK ELFORD 4 KELLY, Agents,
No. 1 Boyce's Wharf, < .h?rtesten.
KR VsER 4 MAMl.t. Agents.
October "6 1 Goow-town. S. a
kW BEAUTIFUL HAIR-MANY YEARS IN
chemical experiments hs.? resulted in the ix-rfection of
CHEVALIER'S UTE FOR THF. HAIR, an umivaBed
hair dressing, imparting new Ufo and increased nutri.
meut to the hair, prcvcnUug boldness and arresting its
progres* when commenced; regulating and sustaining
the principle upon which the color of hair depends
thereby positively restoring grey hair to its original
C dor and youthful beauty, and stopping, ll* fading out
at once. SoU hy all Druggists.
S. A. CHEVALIER. M.D., New York.
For sale by DOWIE & MOISE,
Wholesale Agents for South Carolina,
October 15 tutus 2mo No. 151 Meeting street,