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VOLUME V.NO. 635. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
THE -LECTIO \ S .
WASHINUTON, Novomber C, M.-The Legislatur
will bo Democratic on a jjini ballet, with a proba
ble majority in the Senat..
The Tribune estimates that tho New York Legis
lature will be : Senate-18 Republicans to 14 Dem
ocrats; Assembly-71 Republicans to 51 Demo
crate. It acknowledges that the returns are
meagre, but says there is no doubt that.there will
be a Republican majority.
The following is an approximation to the result :
In the State ol New York the majority is 30,000
Brooklyn elects a Democratic Mayor.
Tho Legislature ts Ropubuc-ii bv a largely re?
duced majority, with a possibility that toe Demo?
crats will nave tho lower H-use.
Alexander H. Bailev, Republican, suceeeds Conk
ling in Congres?.
In New York City, all the Tammany candidates
have been elected.
Morrissey won $20,000 on O'Brien, elected Shentf
by 800 majority.
Despatches render a Democrat; majority in the
Legislature almost certain. This will give Sey?
mour the Senatorship.
BOSTON, November 6-M.-It is thought that
John Q. Adams is not elected Governor, but that
ho is overwhelmingly elected a Repreaentative in
the Legislature on the \nti-Exci Law ticket.
WASHINGTON, November 6.-The Legislature is
Democratic in both branches.
The Democratic majority is 6000, and they will
have eight majority in the Legislature on joint
WASHINGTON, November 6.-Every office is filled
by a Democrat.
WASHINGTON, November 6-M.-Both negro and
female suffrage have been defeated by from 8000 to
WASHINGTON, November 6-M.-Later accounts
indicate the election ol Fairchild, (Republican), as
Gov rnor, by a reduced majority, but the Legisla?
ture will be decidedly Republican.
The Legislature wil. be Republican, securing a
Senator, vie Doolittle. This is much deplored by
Democrats throughout the country. Fairchild
(Republican) is elected, although the Democrats
gain 5000 in the State.
A closer count may change this result.
Postmaster Randall has re?oived a dispatch
stating that this State ia still doubtful.
WASHINGTON, November 6, M.-Negro suffrage
hae been defeated. Wm. Marshall (Rep.; will be
probably elected Gov. rnor by a small majority.
Wm. Marshall (Rep.) ia elected. Ne.io suffrage
has been cte eated by a decided majority. A closer
count may chango tho reported results.
Al lasso ml.
WASHINGTON, November 6.-James G. McCor?
mick (Dem.) succeeds Nool to the United States
House of Representatives I rom Missouri.
Our European Dispatches.
[BY ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
GARABALDI SCRPEIS-D-HIS DEFEAT AND CAPTURE
COLLAPSE OT THE IN8CBSECTION-ITALY TRAN?
WASHTNOTON, November 6.-On Sunday Gari?
baldi, then concentrated with his forces around
Monti Bot?nelo, was urged to withdraw. He re?
plied that he did not Value his life, and that a sol?
dier should not count his enemies. The deputa?
tion rejoined that a general should count his ene?
mies, and withdrew. Garibaldi, with three thou?
sand men and two guns, then moved towards Ti?
voli, which the Papal troops had taken by storm.
Unconscious of this disaster, the Garibaldians
were marching on, singing patriotic songs, when
they were surprised at Met .na by seven Papal bat?
talions, with seven guns. Tho Papal forces at
taoked the Garibaldians on both flanks, and the
fighting was desperate. Garibaldi was dragged
from the field. The retreating Garibaldians made
a two hours' fight at Monte Rotondo, and fled after
losing nine hundred killed and one thousand
captured. Menotti Garibaldi was hurt in the leg.
At tho frontier the GaribUdiana gavo up but their
private pr"percy. Garibaldi looks ole), broken,
haggard and disappointed.
The insurrection is over. The Frenoh, except
a few as volunteers, took no part in the fighting.
CANTALUPA, Monday, November 4.-The road bt
twoeu this place aud Corze is crowded with dis?
armed Garibaldians. Their defeat was complete,
and their best men were killed.
TERNI. Monday, November 4.-The wounded aro
now arriving. The Lillian regulars were kind to
them, and wept like women while carrying them
from tho cars to the hospitals.
FLORENCE, Monday, Novembor 4. -IheEngliah
Ambasaador has asked the Fang to treat Garibaldi
leniently. No collision has taken place between
the Frenoh and Italians. Italy is quiet. It ia ru?
mored that Garibaldi is insane.
PARIS, November 6.-The Emperor of Austria
has departed homewards.
FLORENCE, November 6.-The Papal loss in the
late battles in kided and wounded was 200.
Fore ign Markets.
LOSDON, November 6-Evening.-Consola 94$.
LIVERPOOL, November 6-Evening_Cotton a
shads better. Sales 15,000. Uplands 8 9-16. Or?
leans 813-16. Turpentine 20a. Others unchanged.
Our Washington Dispatches.
FORNer ACCEPTS GRANT-REVENUE-THE PUBLIC
DEBT-THE DAVIS TRIAL.
WASHINGTON, November 6.-Forney'd Press and
Chronicle formally accept Grant as a candidate for
tie Presidency. The announcement covers four
editorial columns, and will appear in both papers
in the morning. Forney accepts the speeches of
Gen. Rawlings and Mr. Washburne as authorita
?iv; expressions of Grant's political views. He
states that itawling's speech waa carefully pre?
pared here after a full understanding with Grant.
The Internal Revenue receipts to-day amount to
Tho debt bearing coin int .rest has increas?
ed $38,000000. That bearing currency in?
terest has decreased $34 2i0,000. The matured
debtnot presented increased HS,000. That bearing
no intarest decreased $3,500,000. Coin in Treasury
$111,500 000. CurreLcv, $22.500,000. Total debt,
The Davis trial wil commence on the 25th.
Tho Columbia Conservative Convention.
CoLU-iBiA, November 6.-The Conservative Con?
vention met at dickerson'. Hall this evening.
Eighty-six delegates woro present, represen Lng
twenty Districts. Tue Hoa. James Chesnut was
chosen Presidsnt. Tho Cummbtee on Busine?
was appointed, when the Convention adjourned
The Alabama Convention.
MONIOOHER?, Nov.mbar 6.-The Reconstruction
Convention have passed resolutions authorizing
the raising of proper standing Committees, and to
memorialize Congress to remove the politioal dis?
abilities of all who materially aided the reconstruc?
tion movement. Resolutions wore introduced, and
referred, to restore all property sold by executors
iud administrators during the war for Confederate
currency to the legal heirs, without suit :n Court
rho State Constitution will probably b>> modelied
after the Vermont Constitution.
Macon and Augusta Itatlroau.
AUGUSTA. November 6.-Co.onel R. B. Bulioch,
of the Southern Express Company, nas bee
elected President of the Macon and Augusti Rail?
Yellow Fever Report?.
MOBILE, November 6.-Weather clear aud cold.
No Yellow Fever deaths to-day. Heavy frost this
morning. Physicians say there is do danger m
i siting the city.
Health of .New Orleans-The Fever no
Longer an Epidemic-Amusement*.
NEW ORLEANS, November >.- Th-t Board ofHealth
last night declared yellow fever no longer au epi?
demic, that tho city is now free from all epidemic
diseases, and tbat citizons and strangers can ro?
tura at once without apprehension. Tho weather
has been cool for 6ome days, and North winds
bio wine. Th J total number of deaths by yellow
fever to yesterday morning 300G. The Board of
H alth yay high and deserved compliments to the
Howaid Association, saying that their success has
The theatrical season has commenced, and thc
St. Charles and Academy ol Music are in full blast.
The Varieties will open on Saturday.
There were six lever interments yesterday.
SAVANNAH, November 6.-The schooner M. B.
Brarnhall, from Charleston, has arrived. Tho
schooner Kenshaw, from Charleston, has put in on
account of 8iokne88 among ber crew.
WILMINGTON, November 6-Evening.-The
schooner Eva Adele, from Roc\ port for this port,
with a cargo of lime, wont ashoro last night near
New Inlet bar, sprung a leak, and was hauled o?'
and brought inside tho bar to-day. Datunge not
NEW YOEE, November 6.-Flour less active,
prices unchanged. Wheat 1 a 2c. lower. Mixed
Western Corn, $1 S4? a 136. Oats, 77 a 78c.
Pork firmer, $20 75 a 21 00. Lard dull. Cotton a
shade firmer and more active ; sales, 4000 bales ;
Uplands, 18?c. Turpentine 55 a 56c. Rosin un?
changed. Freights more stealy. 8tocks firm.
1862 coupons, 1084. Gold, 39*.
BALTEMOBE, November 6.-Cotton very dull at 18 a
18Jc. Flour, high grades declined 50c. White
Corn $1 28 a 1 84; New 90c. a $1 13; Yellow $1 30 a
1 33; New Delaware $112; Oats steady. Ryo dull.
Provisions, nothing doing.
CINCINNATI, November 6.-Flour doclining. Corn
unchanged. Mess Pork, $20 00. Shoulders, 13c;
clear sidos, 16jc.
WILMINGTON, November 6.-Turpentine firm at
5L|c. Rodin qui-'t at $3 50 for No. 1, and $2 80 for
No. 2. Tar firm at $2 70. Cotton quiet at 16c.
AUGUSTA, November 6-Evening.-Cotton activo
and finner. S.'.es 669. Receipts 669. Middling
SAVANNAH, Novena .?or C_Cotton weak, but
closed firm with advancing tendency. Middlin
17c. Sales 700 bales, ltecoipts 8033 bales.
MOBILE, November 6.-Cotton closed finn; Mid
dlicgs, IS a 16Jc. Sales 2000 bales. R joeipts 1700
NEW OBLEANS, November G-Evening.- Cotton
sales 2200 bales; Middling Orleans 18c; receipts
818; exports 7021. Sugar-Louisiana seconds, 15$
yellow centrifugal, 164; Cuba, No. 13,13 Molas
ses-prime Louisiana, 85c. A largo auction salo
of damaged flour brought high prices. No quota
tiona for regular trado. Corn dull at $1 40 a 1 50.
Oats dull at 80c. Bacon Shoulders, 14Jc; clear
Ribs, 17|o.; clear Sides. 18?c. Pork dull at ?123 25
a 23 50. Lard, prime, in tierces, 13?c; in kegs,
14jc. Gold 39 a 89$. Sterling 49 a J2. Yolk sight
1 discount. _
Thing! In Washington.
AHMED NEOBO OEG ANIMATIONS-OFFICIAL ACTION
BELATTVE THEBETO-TBOOPS TN THE DEPARTMENT
OF WASHINGTON-SHEHIFFALTY OF NEW OBLEANS
ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT, ?C.
Thc Washington conespondent of the Baltimore
Sun writes under dato of November 4:
Some two wonks ago there appeared in the
Washington Chronicle an editorial, in which it was
stated that there are nearly two full colored regi?
ments in tho District of Columbia, and that many
of the members purchased thoir muskets from
the Government ai tho close of the war, and sug?
gesting th - t the time may come whon they may
be essential in preserving* the peace of tho Dis?
trict. The attention of the administration being
called to this statement, and, beside this, numer?
ous communications having b cn sont to tho
Executive from various quarters of tho South. Bet?
ti.g foith that a.m.d organizations of colored
persons were forming, and in some instances
.ureatening the lives of white citizens; tha negro
companies aro drilling near Cham Bridge, and
,ther places in Virginia, for thc avowed purpose
of supporting Congress in the enforcomem of a
law to depose the President during impeachment,
the matter was referred to the Secretary of War,
id fn/irt/n, for consideration, and asking informa?
tion respecting these organizations and t-ie au?
thority und r which they were raised.
Fr m official sources it is learned that no au?
thority for organizing such companies has been
eiveuthrough the War Department, th ugh .ho
applications had been received, which wero disap?
proved Dy General Grant, who deemed it inexpe?
dient to authorize militia organizations in tho
District of Columbia. As these organizations have
in some quarters excited serious apprehensions ss
to their real design, and as they are deemed un
nece sary foi the preservati an of order or the pro?
tection of civil authority, the President, it is un?
derstood, has directed i "ene r il Grant to take steps
for disbanding and suppressing them.
Ia a communioatiou to Secretary Staunton, da?
ted November 1st, 1866, referring to a report of I
General Grant, of October 27th, 1866, showing the
entire force of tho Department of Washington
(which embraces the Distri t of Columbia, Fair
tax and Alexandria counties, Virginia, and the
States of li arv land and Delaware) to be but two
thousand two hundred aud twenty-four men, the
President requested Mr. Staunton to take s-ch
measures as would insure the safety of the gov?
ernment, and thus disco.trage any attempt for its
possession by insurgent or other illegal combina?
tions. As tile presout posture of affairs is similar
to that which then existed, the President now
astis of the Secretary of War a report of the num?
ber of troops ou duty in tho Department of Wash?
ington, their distribution, aud thc names of the
officers in command of each post.
General Mower, of the Fifth Military District,
telegraphs to General Grant that Mr. Bullitt has
reconsidered his acceptance of his appointment to
the sheriffalty of New Orleans, and therefore Mr.
Hays continues to hold the office of sheriff.
General Grant reports this telegram to the Presi?
dent, though no account has been so far furnished
as to the order removing Mr. Hays in tho first
instance. The inference now is that upon lecon
aidera lion Mr. Bays is to be retain >a.
It has come out here that tho President not long
since tendered to the late Governor Andrew, of
M .Rsachusetts, the position of Secretary of War,
ice Stanton removed, and that Governor Andrew
signified his willingness to accept the office,
though the mattsr was not formally disposed of.
Evidence was adduced before the Ordnance
Committee to-day to tho effect that Mr. Fox,
ate Assistant Secretary of the Navy, awarded a
contract for brass guns to his brother ul prices
much above the b.ds ox other parties; that tho
arms wero useless and were melted and worked
into other forrns.
LARCENY IN THE TREASURY DEPABTUEN'..".
For some time past there have been reheated
larcenies of small sums of money end c.' trifling
titioles in various drawers in the counting offices
of the Treasury bureau. All efforts to discover
the thief proved unavailing until recently, when
the offender was detected in tho person of ono of
the female employees, whose duty was io dust and
prepare the rooms int e morning before business.
The amounts stolen were, for tho* most part, the
property of private parties. General Spinner, after
satisfying himself of the guilt of the accused, dis?
missed her from employment.
A letter from Lancaster says that Mr. Stevena is
slowly recovering from his il ness, and there is a
fair prospect that he will be able to be in Washing?
ton on the assembling of Congress. He has a Bill
already prepared, whioh lie will introduce, provid?
ing for universal suffrage in all of the States by
Act of Congress. Also, a Bill defining the st tua
of executive and judicial officers peuding their
trial on articles of impeachm ut ; and a Bul simi?
lar to the ono introduced in the Thirtv-ninth Con?
gress relative to the confiscation of public enemies'
J' roperty. Mr. Stevens will also propose that the
oint Committee on Reconstruction be revived, foi
tue purpose of examining the Constitutions and
State organizatious of such St .tes as have been ie
constructed under the laws of Congres-.
THE SESSION OF CONQBESS-ITS IBBEOULABITY-THE
The session of Congress, which will ba hold hero,
commencing on tho 21st instant, was ordered at an
extra session, and the eforec. doubt exists whether
an adjournment will nof be deemed necessary be?
fore entering upon tho regular business of the
first session of the Fortieth Congress. In onnec
lion with this point, I learn that *he President bas
not yet decided to send in his am. :l messago
u on the assembling of Congress. Certain it is.
that the reports of tue i cpartmon s aro not inlLat
state of forwardness which would Justify the belief
that they will be cemmunicsted before "December.
The Secretary of the Treasury is engaged upon his
report, Lut the figures upon which the matonal
Eortion of ma expel.- must bo bas.d, have not vet
DEATH OF LORD ROSSE, THE ABTBONOITEB_The
eiv.hzed world will hear with profoun i regret of
tho death of thc Right Hon. William Parsons. Ear.
or liosse, a name that will bo ever distinguished ia
?L*?2Kr 1?oLa3tronom-v- Lord B?sso waa born
June 17th, 1300, and bis age ol course runs with
1 t,X.n,?17, In.1841 he ^weeded to bis father's
innra^V*,8 J?**** OM of the repr .aentative
ti ilfJ. n?SSanT' Q, "? office- He "sided oddly
ut Bin Castle, Ireland, where Le set up his first
telescope His later telescope, which ia shock?
ed with his name, and constructed by himself,
?rfiTiSraffiS! many 8tar* h"in? been
detected bv it which formerly were known but ts
nebo. SJ. Ia 1819 he wa* elec ed President of thu
Royal ?society; in 1843 the University ot Catn
bndo conferred on him thc degree ot LL D - in
1853 he was elected one of tho members of tho 'im?
perial Academy of.Sciences at,8t. Petersburg, and
in 1855 made a Knight of the Legion ot Honor bv
the Emperor Napoleon. At the time of hi3 doatb
I he waa likewise a member of numberless learned
societies in Egland and on tho continent.
Thc Principles ortho 1 ate Wm
ADDRESS OF JUDGE RICHARDSON.
The following address was delivered by Judg
RICHARDSON in thc District Court of Berkeley Dis
Under tao law of South Carolina it was made my
duty at the last term to draw a Jury to try causes
at this term, and accordingly this was dona. Be
fore tho ven re was isBuod a militarj order ap
pcaro I, requiring; that all jurors to serve in futur
should b : drawn only from those persons who were
"asscssod for and had pail fixes und woro regis?
terni voters."' I have not been r.ble to pr?vido a
copy ot thc registered voters, but hiv J conformed
to the order as far as it was practicable, by draw?
ing his jury from tho lists of tax payers reoently
furnished this Court. These lists contain, as all
aro aware, a numbe of persons, freemen and Freed?
men, who, uoder our laws, if in force, would be ex?
cluded from the jury box. So few of theeo persons,
however, have paid any tax (property or capita?
tion) that not one bar. been drawn. But tho panel
of jurors, on that account, is not tho less illegal (if
illegal at all), nor would it be any more illegal if a
naif or tho whole of the jury were composed of the
persons excluded under our laws. Thc illegality,
if it < xi8ts, consists in tho military usurpation of
power over the subject matter, and an inter erenco
w.th and alteration of the law iu even tho most in
significHnt particular. Tho military order alluded
to is an exercise of tho powers conferred by the
three Acts of the Congress of the United States
(known u der thc misnomer of tho Reconstruction
Laws.) on tho commanders of the military dis?
tricts into which tho late Confederate Sta tes have
The passag of the last and Supplemental Act
of the 19th of July, 18G7, plainly and explicitly de?
nies the oxistono? of any legal civil government
in South Carolina; and os plainly and explicitly
subjects the "provisional govornmcut" (which
was the creation of executive power), "in all re?
spects," to the patamount and unlimited power of
i military government. No honest man, of lair
understanding, rests the validity and biuding
loree of this act on its cottttUUionality. It is ad?
mitted, by tho chiefs of thoso who passed it, that
they are "campod outsido the Constitution," and
they set up a right, heretofore dunned to sav?
ages and barbarkns, io bo governed by no law,
but thoirowu witt, or, in other words, by'hate and
interest. Except theoretically, and to ?icco iplish
a purpose for tue advancement of some unfinished
Radical scheme, the Constitution of tho United
States has had no existence in South Carolina. No
citizen cf th.s States eau be said to derive a singlo
rieht or privilege from it-as ho appeals to it in
vain for any protection of his rights. There is no
single right or immunity guaranteed by it, though
enjoyed by every citizen of the North, which is
not denied to every cu.zen of the South.
The ? xccutive, judicial and civil officers ot South
Carolina, elected m this manner and by tho au?
thority prescribed by what waa deemed th fun
damo? al .aw of the State, exercise their functions
by permis iou of the Military commun er; hold
their offices at his pleasure, and may at any mo?
ment be deprived o. office and superceded ny hie
appointees. And. from tuts, it is equally- plain
and certain that Soith aroliua has no Cjtistitu
tion wnicii is oporiti w ex propri > vtqore. That
instrument nay bo revoked by one citizen and its
protection iraciously accorded; aud then by
another citizen and it may bu "von capriciously
rofuBO .. All rest ug on tue dUoretion ol the Mili?
?ben tho now Constitution of Scuth Carolina
was put in operation, aud tue elections had taken
place under it, it was expected (because it was so
represented on ail tidos) that nothing moro was
necessary to a com olote restoration of tho civil
power ov r all m Itters hereto.ore ootrnizable by
the State authorities, than to extend tho protec?
tion ot the hw to .no manumitted negroes equal?
ly with the whites. Tuis beiug done, civil juris?
diction was attempted to be assumed over all
questions of peieou and property. But this
proved to be a delusion and a snare. Every ono
is familiar with tue multiplied instances of the
r?cognition ot South Carolina us a State, by the
President, by Congress and tho Judiciary ol tho
United States. The Commanding General of this
.Military District announced in General Orders No.
15, October 1st, 1866. as follows: "ibo oivil Courts
cf tim Emited States for South Carolina aro opon,
and ull cases of wuich they have 1 -gal cognizance
wil. ba romittod to them." "2d. fue Courts of
thc State of South Carolina aro declared by law to
be open to ad poison-. Ali ca. es, civil aud crimi?
nal, ni which .be parties aro civilians, will be
turned over to the judicial tribunals of the State
iMviug jurisdiction uf tue saine." "Sd, Mil.tary
Provost Courts Will be discontinued In tho sovoral
Districts as soon as District Courts shall be or
gauizod therein." L.mg beforo the promulgation
of tn.s general order, mo United States District
Judiro lor South Carob .a had, in Costeho's case,
and subsequently in John cewis' case, decided
that, undor Acts of Congress, and under tho
proc a nations of Presidents Lincoln and Johnson,
and the additional tact that th J Courts of tue State
w TO open, a status of legal peacj had been at?
tained and our o tizens wero restored to all thc
rights of the i onstnutiou, including that of tbo
writ of hat) as corpus, and tho saloguards to lifo,
liberty and property, secured by the Constitution
and the c ?ramon law." On tin meeting of Con?
gress in 18OC aud 18U7 it was mado obvious that all
previous proclamations, resolutions, declarations
and enactments were so many cheats and deceits.
They had served their purpose, however. But
something more was now required by the ascend?
ent Radicals. To ailed what they wishod they did
not hesitate to shift the ground upon which they
had assumed to stand thioughout the war up to
that time. They undertook to treat us as a con?
quered people. They denied that South Carolina
was a State, and ono of the United States. They
no longer claimed tba. an casu rtotio.i or re uho <i
had been put down bi i that a peopti had been
lo irrtii ' pon 6 ?/ i/d m and subjugated, and to that
responsibility before mankind let them Lo tiimiy
held. They assert thc right o. conquerors, there?
fore, to make laws for ai; and thoy have mi.de
those laws. We do ..ot Uve a this day under any
ono law of our own creation. All the vitality of
existing law emanates from and is imparted by
The peop.e of the Southern States boliered they
had the inherent rigut to separate from the peo?
ple of the Northern States. Ruled as both North
and West and East wero, by a party which nad its
existence oxolusiwly m tuose sections, and was,
therefore, distinctively set up as sectionally anta?
gonistic. We believed then, and behove now, thai
this right was demanded to be exorcised, and was
lawiully, justly and properly exeioised. This right
to separate and form % government for ourselves
was denied by the North, notwithstandin - their
Hartford Convention teachings, tho Massachu?
setts Legislative proceedings on the admission of
Texas, and thc uniform oeimon of the leading mee
of the Eastern und Middle States. The North, or
rat Lor the East (.or it is thut Puritan section
alone)-the source of ah that is intermeddling,
misch.ef-makiug, se f opinionated, selfish an . un?
scrupulous-tho ane of tho Oovernment from thu
days of John Adams, aud to the present un?
principled Radical rulu or Butler and Sumner
tho East, the excision of which soctiou from this
Federal Union is us much demanded for its peace
and pr?servation, as tho amputation of a disoasod
limb from a sound body;)-tho East, and through
it the North and thu Weat (whioh hud so Jon* im?
bibed its corrupted literature), pronounc?
ed it treason to resist the continued sway
of a ' hostile raajorty, whose av .wed purpose
was to stir up insurrection in our tiavo popula?
tion, and destroy the property which their ances?
tors had brought from Atrica to our snores and
sold to us, and for whoso existence, as slaves in
America, we of tho SJU?I were no more respon?
sible than Norwegians ar La- landers. In no pro?
per sense eau it be said that any principle was in?
volved in tho recant conflict, except tue right of a
Southern gentleman to hold tho property which a
a * aukee Nosrro-trader had bold to him.
Believing that South Carolina had a right to
secede;, behoving that the war Avagtd u;.ou her
was unjustified by any law, preoept, or principio
?ronni! ed o recognized by God or civi ized mun,
am, nevertheless, seusib.o of, aud admit ane.
avow the'act, that shebas been invaded, overrun
and conquered. A sovereign and independent
people have been warred upon and conquerod. Wo
do not make laws, thereloie, but roceivo thom.
To this u ili.ary dominion I have submitted. It3
iyriuny, I trust, will no'. Decome such that relief
tau only be fouud in >h9 exoedie .t of th. brave
Saxons to awe their Norman conquorerd into a
Si.-nse of ju^tieo and a recognition ot their rights.
The German Army- Count Bismarck ou
tho Militar., Situation.
In the North Gorman Parliament, on the 18th, a
debate took place upon the bid respecting liability
to military service.
Paragraph one was amended so as to provide
that every citizen of tho confederation is li ble to
serve without tho option of undhi? a substitute,
excepting in the capo of members of reigning fa?
milies, as well as of tho houses of mediation
princes and of those who fornnriv possessed tho
prerogatives of tho States of thc empire, or who
uro ireeti by special treaties or special rights, from
liability to the milita*? service.
Paragraphs two. three, four and five were then
idoptea ia accordance with thu committee's re?
G.i tho dh c ission of paragraph six Count Bis?
marck dechreJ that, in introducing this bill, tho
federal government had no intention of enlartjing
tho powers cf tho ?oder 1 commander-in-enief, brit
rather of limiting the discretion of the execution
as much as was compatible with the welfare anl
i n ere-ts of the Northern Confederation. Tho
House would bo extending that limit by substitu?
ting for tte light of placing tho army upo:. ? war
foot;'.'.? that of increasing ths military forces as
?neb as necessary, and would ther?by increase
tho danger O? war. ag such a right roula give rise
to justifiable qm st ons Crom foreijn Pow eis when
the reserves ol OUT smglo regiment might be called
out, for calling ont tho reserves under those cir?
cumstances would t. J equiv.loni to n notification
o.'' preparation for Wir. The public .i tercets,
therefore, demanded that tho proposed modifica*
tion of the paragraph shou du t bo agreed to.
Cou:.t ?i smarri: rcmindo tho Hou^e of tho pc?
ried wlieu war appeared imminent ibis year and
j recalled the effort the government brui then made
for be preservation of p'.ac'.-. declariug, at the
sime time, tba' o taturo o^ca ior-j it would pur*
suo a similar erarse,
- Paragraph sis was, nevertheless, adopted by a
1 rgo majority, with the modification conferring
the rieht upon the commander-in-chief t J increase
th? army as far as cecese&rv.
Thc Royal Bank of Liverpool-Its Manage- j
mont and Failure.
(.From thc Lonaon Times (City Article), October 2 ?.J
The failure of thc Royal Bank baa created much
less agitation on the Liverpool Exchange to-day
than might have boen apprehended, and thor';
seoras reason to hopo that tho liabilities, instead
of reaching ??,000 OOO, aa at first reported, may
not muon exceed ?1.500,000. of which more than
?1 000,000 is to depositor*, and abou. ?300 000 or
?400 000 on acceptances. A moeling is to bo held
to-monow, and tue exact amount will then proba?
bly be stated. Tho history of this bank is re?
markable. It was established in Mav, 1836. with
shares of ?1000 each, and a paul up capital of
?600,000, which was at that timo larger t .an (he
capital of any analogous establishment in Liver?
pool. In tho following year the great panic
occurred from the suspension ot thc throo Auiori
can houses of Wildep, Wilson and Wisgin; and
although this was a jjeriod of extremo trial, tho
shales a few years afterwards attained a premium
equal to about seventy per cent, on tho amount
The railway panic of 1847 followed, and on the
18th of October in that year tho R"yal Bank stop?
ped, among a number of banks and firms that
were falling on every side. The difficulty on that
occasion was reported to have been caused by ad?
vances of reckless amounts to a few individuals, an
uncovered total of nearly half a million being, it
was stated, been granted to a singlo firm. At that
dato the number of shareholders was about two
1 undred and 9ixty, and extraordinary efforts were
at once made for a resuscitation. These were suc?
cessful, and within six weeks a meeting was held,
at wnich it was aunounood that the bank would
reopen on the following day, the lat of December.
To iDspira perfect confidence for the future, an
e tire reorganization had been adopted, and it will
now be an important question whether the pecu?
liar conditioua then fra ned with the view of com?
pletely preventing a recurrence of mismanagement,
nave from that time to tho present been faithfully
iho now deed of settlement stipulated that thc
?1000 shares should be converted into smaller ones
in order to enlarge the constituency, and that new
capital should be raised by preference shares o?
?100 each, fully paid up, bearing seven per cent,
interest, with right to half profits beyond. Mean- i
while onlv five per cent, was to bo paid to original
shareholders until a reserve fund should have been
created to the amount of ?100,000, and it was fur?
ther provided that tho paid up c ipitsl only, and
Dot the deposits or itner funds. Bhould be em?
ployed in advances on open account; nlao that no
advance should bo made beyond ?20.000 without
security, and that the highest advance on any so- 1
curity whatovor Bhould be ?50.000. Thc shares of
the bank were not to bc accepted as security, thc ,
directors were to havo no voice on advances to
parties connected with them either by relationship
or business, and tho paid directors and managers
were not to have any advances whatover. The I
two paid (liroctois were to receive?10CO per annum
each, and were to constitute along witn tho man?
ager a permanent committee, twobeing a quorum, 1
to determine upon advances on tho opening of ac?
counts, and no advances were to bo made against ]
the veto of any one of them. Tho contemplated ?
reservo lund of ?100,00J has for some timo been ,
The nominal quotations of the shades shortly
befo e the present stdppago vere 9| a 10 for tho
ordinary, with ?10 paid, ar.d 100J a IOU for the
preference. Last year thoy stoou at a much high?
er point. The oxi?ting paid up capital is ?650 000,
and tho number of shareholders is about 150, of <
(vhiou about one-fifth are widows or unmarried ia- i
d.cs; but as the general hst contains names of |
.vealthy merchants and others, and thc liability is
unlimited, there can be no doubt that all tue cre?
ditors will be paid m full.
It has been reported that tho assets aro of a fa- 1
vorablo character, but in any case tho fact of thc i
suspension having become unavoidable in thc ,
face of thu manifold rest lotions in tho deed of ar?
rangement, furnishes another illustration of the
folly of expocting that ?ecurity can bo imp>rt
ed to any business by a multitude of written
THK COLOBED POPULATION.-General Howard
has written a letter in w. ich he declares that
"carefully compiled statistics warrant the conclu?
sion that the aggregate negro population of the '
CJnited States has sensibly incroaeed from 1860 to
tho present date." He says:
Tho decrcaso heretofore allege 1 was based in
part on my ropcrt ot December A, I860, wuioh was
intimated from very mea .rc statistics. It -vas
more accurate in reg rd to the rural districts,
ind the lessened number of colored persons found
in t ope districts led to the inference that the
ivhole i umber had decreased, without properly es?
timating the const int changes of locition. larze
numbers having flocked to ibo citieft, North and
?outh. Th . apparently diminished rate ot in
;rcaao of that pojulutioh in the entire S nth is
'coonntcd forbyemig ation to all tho Northern
3tates. From tho District i-f Columbia alone moro
than ten thousand (10,000) have gone North and
ibtained homes and employment.
WE H4VE MARKED DOUN
Our Entire Stock ol'
FALL AND WINTER
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THP DECLINE IM TUE
prices ot Woolens in the Northern markets, we have
MASKED DOWN our entiro Sloe*.
TO SUCH FIGURES AS WILL GIVE PURCHASER*
an opportunity that ls rarely offered io procure
AT LESS THAN THE USUAL PRICES FOR INFERIOR
AND IK VITE ALL TO INSPECT THE GOODS AND
Prices. Below is a List of a few of the articles in our
Stock, showing the formor and prosont prlco:
800 SACKS sold ot $12 to $20, now.$10 00
300 Pants sold at $fl to $12, now. 6 00
300 Vests sold at $4 to $7. now. 2 00
Lot fine French Coating Sacks 'old at $20, now_IC 00
Lot French Bockhackor Sack? sold at $28. now_ 20 00
Lot fine German Tricot Sacks sold at 323, now.... 22 00
MAC?LLAR, WIUUUS 4 PARO,
CORNER OF H ISEL STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Foi tho Handkerchief.
A S?OST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA
GRANT PERFU-UE, Distilled" from the Rara an:!
Beautiful Flower from which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PH AT.ON ft SON
TINWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
A5? FOR r3ALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
?old by Druggists gonoraHy, soil
j Sold nt Wholesale bv
iiOODRKil, ?'Iii S 15.,
tar Thc Relative?, Friends and Acquaint?
ances of lue late Mrs. ELIZ.YI1ETH ANN Y ATE-i, and
of her sons J, D. and ltev. WM. B. YATE3, and her
d: ugh tors, arc invited to attend tho Funeral Servlcos of
tho former, at ihe First Baptist Church, This Morning.
al Ten o'clock. November 7
?-SHIPPERS PER E. B. SOUDER WILL
send in their Bill of Ladings for signature, to the Agents
i 'fflce, North Atlantic Wharf, at ll o'clock This Dey.
November? 1 J. k_T.JJETTY.
?-SPECIAL NO'ICE.-DR. N. A. PRATT
having closed his WhoUsnle Drug Bmlnc33, may be
found at his office at HOLMES' BOOK HOUSE, corner
of King and Wentworth streets, where all indebted eithfr
to him or the late firm of PEAT! ft WILSON BROTH
ERS will please call and sc-ttlo their accounts.
November 7 thstu3
?-NO TIC E.-ALL PERSON3 HAVING
CLAIMS against th? Estate ot JA il ES PH INN EY, do
ceased, late of this city, Printer, aro requested to render
them in, legally attested; and those indebted to the said
Estate will mako payment to the subscriber.
RUFUS C. BARKLEY,
Administrator of James Phinuey, deceased.
November 2 18
?-ADMLNLSTRATION NOTICE.-ALL PER
sotis having claim? against th: Estate of the lato JAMES
P. EARLE, deceased, ars requested to present them,
duly att sred; and th se indebted to tbe said Estate will
make payment to Messrs. DLR YE A k COE. N, Attor?
neys at Law, Library Building, Northwest coTier of
Church and Brood streets. ANNA E. EARLE,
Ootobor 18 18 Administratrix.
?.NOTICE T MAKIN ELS.-C API > IN
AND PILOTS wlsliins to anchor theL-vessels in As^Uj
River, are requested not to do no anywhere within direct
range of tho headu of tho SAVANNAH RAILROAJ
WHARVES, on the Charleston and St. Andrew's side c
ihe Ashley River; by which precaution, contact with thc
Submarine Telegraph Cable will be avoided.
S. C. TURNER, H. M.
Sarbor Master's Office, Charleston, February C, 1866.
MST ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
Thc highest rates paid for DOUBLOONS and all kinds
it GOLD AND S LEVER.
TAYLOR k CO., Bonkers,
No. 16 Wall street,
QOctober If lyr_New York.
AS? MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AND THE
SAPPINESS OF TRUE M.vNH OD.-An Essay for
Vonna Mon on tho Crime ot Solitude, and the Physio?
logical Err ora. / busos sud Diseases which create im?
pediment.; to MARRIAGE, with sure means of Relief.
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
AdJrofls Dn. J. 8KILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Assoctatioj, Philadelphia, Pa.
September 20 3mos
?"BEAUTIFUL HAIR.-SLANT YEARS IN
memloal exoerimenta has resulted m the perfection of
3HEVAUtR'8 LIFE FOR THE HAIR, an un.Walled
nair dressing, imparting new lifo and increased nutri?
ment lo tho hair, preventing baldness and arresting its
progr?s* whoa communcod; regulating and sustaining
he principle upon which thc color of hair dopende
Ita roby posit voly rss.oriug grey hair to ita original
: dor and youthful beauty, and stopping, its falling out
u once. Sold by all Druggists.
S. A. CHEVALIER, M.D., New York.
For salo by DOWIE k MOI^E.
Wholesalo Agents fir South Carolina.
October IS ruths 2 LU o No. 151 Meeting street.
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING.
JAMES tv. MCMILLAN, THAD. C. JO WITT,
Late of ?he Lato of the firm of
DAILY NEWS. B O E E E & JO WI TT.
MCMILLAN & JOWITT,
BOOK AND JOB
NO. 33 HAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material ot the DAILY NEWS Office, are
prepared to execute, in the highest style of
the art, at prices competing favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
Railroad ami Steamboat Printing,
&C.j ?C, ?CC, &C.
AU orden left, at tho DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
m WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE \YO>'DEEFCL B^VELA"no:.'i
MADE TUE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H._A. PKHKiGO.
SBL REVELS SECRETS :;0 MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She testerais happiness those who, Irjm doleiu)
?vente, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss ol rolatious and
friends, loss of money, KC, have becomo dejpoi.dent
sho brinijtj together those locg separat?d, gives mtorma
tion c jucernlug absent iriends or lovers, restores lost oi
a'oicu property, tells you the basin-)*., you aro bejt
qualincd to pursue and in what you will oe most success
flu, ?anses speedy ma-rlages, ano tells you tho vary day
ten Will marry, (jives yat the name., likeness and char
tcteilsdes of the person, she reads your very thoughts,
and by hor almost supernatural powers, unvails tho darli
und Ladder' mystont? ot tuoiuture. From the buri we
see m tho armament- thc maichc stars that overcome ot
pr ucminate in thc conjuration-irom thc aspects ami
positions ul the planets ?nd the axed stars iu the nouvens
at the time ot bu-.h, she deduces tho future destiny t.l
man. Foil no: to consult tue gre aloft Astrologist oo
oarth. It costs you but a trifle, and you may netvr ago!o
have ?O lavoratile au opportunity, CoiioiLUiUou Cea, Wlt?
likeness ?md all desired intormatioa, %L Parties u\?J.
ti a distance eau ?.ou-ui: the Madame hy mall undi cqus
sa.a*, aud saiisiacuwu to cheiuvctves, as il ui poiao.i. .*
i Ui a..u liiptioii cuai , written </u;, ivitu au inquiries ?
?werodsudukwes?eticloccd, ?.?.:: :.. . talion receipt
price above mentioned. Lao . ?ecrcay wi?re
maintained, aud au corresponde: . .ea v. .. r ..
ad. Keicxeucc:-t)l ihcuigherto:-... ^cd those -c*
jiriagthom. W?it>? plainly U.M . o months -
year u which you w?r? boru, ?UJI! loe., O
ftildMaSi "ADA?I:. li. ..R?OO.
P. C. DaAWr;;< J !. . .LO, >'. Y.
March ?C ly
FOE NORTH AND SOUTH EDISTO
AMD ROCKVILLE AND WAY Li ANDINOS.
THE STEAM KI".
CAPT. D. BOYLE,
TT7TLL BECEIVE FREIGHT TH?S DAY AND LEAVE
T? lo-Morrow, at l o'clock P. M., and Edisto
Sunday, at 10 o'clock IL
For Freight or Passage, app', on board, or to
JNO. H. M CP. RAY.
November 7 1 . Market WharL
?.CON. ULATE NOTICE. - INFORoIATION
1* wanted of the loee residence and will ot Mr. HARVCT,
a nativo of the Duchy of Lumexburg, Germany, sup?
posed to be aead for several years. Any person able to
furnish the desired information, ls requested to addioss
the French Consulate in thia city.
G. D'SIBOCBG, French Vice Consul
Charleston, Ncvomber 6, 1867.
November 7 3
93T MOTICE. -REGISTRATION AND ELEC?
TION.-TUE BOARD OF REGISTRATION for tho
Fourth Precinct of St. John's Berkeley, in pursuance of
General Orders No. 09, will, for a period of flvo days,
REVISE THE REGISTRATION LIbTS OF SAID PBE
CIN CT Ai BLACK OAK POLL, commencing on Tuesday,
the 5th day of November, inst, and ending on Saturday,
the 0th day of November, inst. Tho honra of attendance
will b . from 9 o'clock, A. M., to 3 o'clock, P. M., of each
day, on which days, if it shall appear to the satisfactio.i of
?id Board that any person not entitled thereto has boen
registered, to strike the name of roch person from the
List ; and such person shall not be eotitled to voie.
Ihe Board will also, during the same period, add to such
list tho names of all persons who at that time pesaess
the qualifications required, and who havo not already
Tho Election for or against a Convention, and for Dele?
gates i hereto, will be held In said Precinct, at the above
3 am od Poll, commencing on Tuesday, the 19th day ot
November next, and ending on Wednesday, the 30th day
)f November next, at which all registeren voters may
rote "for a Convention" or 'against a Convention," and
tor Delegates to constitute the aame.
The hours cf ati?ndanos at this Election wdl be from
1 o'clock, A. M., until 4 o'clock, P. M.
TIMOTHY P. BURGER,
November 1 6 Chairman.
jay BATCHELOB'S HALB DYE".-THi?
SPLENDID HAIR DYE is the boat m the world. The
>aly true and perfect Dye-harmless, reliable, instan
?neons. No disappointment No ridiculous tints
Salural Black or Brown. Bomedlee the ill effects of ba^
Oy?. Invigorates tho hair, Leaving it soft ind beauttml.
Che genuine ls signed Willie A. Pr ,ular. All others
ire mero imitations, and sbou I bc avoided. Sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, No. 81 Bsrc.ey
.troot, New York.
CkT BEWARE OF A C.OTJNTEBFEtT.
1 Ii^tum; . r io lyp
?.NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS GLOOM 1
itteudtnts, low spirits, depression, involuntary omis?
sions, loss of semen, spermat rrhesa, loss of power, aizzj
head, loss of memo - . ud Uirestened impotence and im
becility. find a sovereign cure tn HUMPHREYS HU
MEOPATHTC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com
posed of the most valuable mild and potent curatives
hey strike at once the root of the matter, tone np thc
system, arrest the discharges, and impart vigor and en
argy, lifo and vitality, to the entire man. They have
jured thousands of cases. Pries $6 per package of six
boxes and vial, or $1 per single box. Sold by druggists,
md sent by mall on receipt ot pnce. Address HUM?
PHREYS' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE
COMPANY, No. 669 BROAD VT A?, NEW YOKE.
?TA YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO Hh ..
country home, after a sojourn of a few months in t
city, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of
s coarse, rustic, Bushed face, she had a soft ruby con .
plexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead
tw uly-thrOo she really appeared but eighteen. Upon lo
quiry as to the cause or so great a chango, she plain.,
told thom that sbo used tho CIRCADIAN BALM, BBC
considered it an invaluable acquis, tioc to any lady's toilet,
by its use any Lady or Oontlemcn can Improve their per?
sonal appearance an hun I rod told. It is slmplo in lt'
combination, as Nature herself is simple yet unsurpass
ed in its efficacy tu drawing impurities from, also heal?
ing, clean sing and beautifying tho skin and complexion.
By its direct iction on tho cuticle it draws from it all its
impurities, kindly healing thc same, and leaving tho sur
face os Nature intended lt should bc-clear, soft, smooth
and beautiful. iTice IL, sont *y iiail br Express, on rt.
ceipt of au order, by
' W. L. CLARK k CO., Ohemists,
No. 3 Wost Fayette Strcot, Syracuse N. Y.
Tho or.ly American Agents for the sale of thc same.
HST HALL'S VEGETABLE 8ICILIAN HALB
RENEWER has proved itself to be the most porfoct pre?
paration for the hair ever offered to thc public.
It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurious
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HATE TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep tho hair from falling out.
It cleanses thc scalp and makes tho hair soft, lustrous
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fall to use it
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
sar Ask for Hail's Vegctablo Sicilian Hair Renewer,
and take no other. R. P. HALL k CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all Druggists. Wholesale by
DO WIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING AND CAS i IDEY,
March 1 thly* Charleston, S. C.
JWMR8. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOB
Chilciren Teething, greatly facilitates the process of teeth?
ing, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation
will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and is oURE
TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, moth
ers, it will givo rost to yourselves, and RELIEF AND
HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and sold thia article for years, and can
say in confidence and truth of lt what we have never
coen able to say of any other medicine-Never ha a lt fail?
ed in a single Instance to effect a cure, when timely used.
Nover did wo know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any
ono who used lt. On the conti arv, all are delighted with
its operation, and speak in terms of commendation of its
magical effects and medical virtues.
We speak in this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW," after
years of experience, and pledge our reputation for the
ralfUlmsnt of what we here declare. In almost every In?
stance where tho infant is suffering from pain ?nd ex?
haustion, relief will bo found In fifteen or twenty minuter
otter tho syrup is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle.
Be Biuc and call for
"MRS. WINsLOW'8 SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having tho fae simile of "COBTIS k PEMINS" on the
ontaido wrapper. All others aro base Imitations.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Price, only
35 cents per bottle.
Offices-No. 215 Fulton street, Now York; No. 205 High
Holborn. London, England; No. 441 SL i aul street, Mon
treal, Canada. DOWIE ft MOISE, Agents,
Au,ust27 tuths6mo_Charleston, S. C.
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, No. IO Crosby street, New York.
300; Boxes. Bottles and Flasks manufactured dally.
SOLD BY ALL DRUG O ISIS EVER YWI1ERL
" COSTAR'S " SALES DEPOT,
No. 484 BHU.VDWAY.NKiV YOKK,
Where SI, 83 to 55 susi ara put up for c antilles, Stores
?Ulipa, Boats, Public Institutions, kc, kc.
It is truly wonderful the contidence that is now had m
every form of Preparations that comes from " Cottar's "
..COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS-For Rats, Mice,
Honchos, Ants, Ac, kc. "Only inlulnbleremedy known."
".Not dangerous tc Lao humsu family." "Rots come out
of their bolos to die," ii c.
"COnTAR'i" BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR-A liquid,
put up in Dottles, and nover kuown to la?.
"COSTAR'?" ELECTRIC POWoER-For Moths in
Furj and Woollens, ie invaluable. Nouiing can exceed 11
for power and emcacj. Destroys itistanuy all Iusecta ou
Plants, Fowls, Animais, Ax._ _
"COSTARV' uUCETHORNSALVE-ForCute, Burns,
Wounds, bruises, Broken Bnasts, Sore Nipples, ines io
alliorms, Old Sores, Ulcer-, and all kinds of cutaneous
affections. No lamily should bc without it. ll exceeds
in efficacy all other Salves in use.
"CO ?TAR'S CORN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,
^COSTAR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOS
c Ms-?eaiitilics thu Complexion, by giving to the skin
a soft and beauuml freshness, and ls incomparably be
vond anything now lu use. Ladies of taste and position
r- card lt o- au esicnti3l to tho toilet. An unprecedented
salo is ts b-st rccomuicudjUon. One bottle is always
followed by "moro. Try it to kuow.
.. cOSTAii'ti" BISHOP FiLuS-A universal Dinner
Vd fsugar-cOAtoeb, ami ol extraordinary efficacy for Cos.
liveness, all lorin* ol ludi^esuou, Nervous and Sid:
dcidacuC A l'lUtuat is now rapi<"y superseding ali
. vJSTAB'S" COUGH REMEDY-- or Coughs, Colds
,?ojrs.-.:o?-. .=ut0 Xnwat, Croup, \Vuuo..ii?'? ^uo^a, Asm
nu.! .'i- lorim ii.oucj.j., a^u Duuxsos of tn.
inroavttuU Lungs. A dress
HMM K. COSTAR,
No. 482 UKOADWAY, N Y
DOWIE ? H?ISE,
No. l >i Meeiing street, opposito Charleston Botch
FOR LIVERPOOL_THE BRITISH
.*SBTP "SEDBEB3H," Knealo Master, is now
^ready to load for the above port. For Freight
. engagements, apply to
-'Oct- ber 29 tutiisaC ROBERT MURE k Co.
iWR NEW WELK. ~~~
REGTTLAB UNITED STATES MAIL IJNfc.
CAPTAIN C. RYDER,
WILL LEAVE VA NDERHORSj 'S WHARF OUT
Saturday, November, 9, at 4 o'clock P. M., pre
For freight or passage, apply to
November 7 RAVENEL k CO.
EMPIRE STEAMSHIP LINE.
JAMES E. KELLY, MASTER,
WILL SAIL A4 ABOVE ON SATURDAY, THE 16TR
Instant, at - o'clock.
For engagements apply to H. F. BA CEB A CO.,
No. 20 Cumberland Street.
November 5_6, 6.7. ll, 18.14.16
Boston and Charleston
THE NEW Al STEAMSHIP
GBO. IB. XJFT03ST,
BICH. COMM A.-DER.
TT7TLL BE PBOMPTLY DISPATCHED ON THURS
VV DAY, 7>h Inst., at 2 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage apply to
November *_3_WILLIAM BO I OH.
FOE NEW TOBE.
People's Mall Steamship Company.
THE STEAMSHIP *
E- IB. SOUDER,
CAPTAIN LE OBY.
XT/TEL LEAVE NORTH ATLAST!0 WHARF ON
VV Thursday, November 7, at J o'olook P. M.
JOHN k THEO. GETTY
November* _No. 43 East Bay.
; EVY YORK AND CHARLESTON
rE 8TEAMERS OF THIS LINE WILL SAIL AS
CHAMPION. Saturday, November 9, at 4 o'clock P. M.
JAMES A DOER, Tuesday, November 12, at 4 o'clock
MANHATTAN, Saturday, November 18, at 10 o'clock
CHAR KSTON. Tuesday, November 19. at 12 o'clock M.
CH AMPIO , ??aturda , Nov ^in er 23. atAo'olock P. M.
JAMES ADO EU, Tutsdey, November 26 at 4 o''lock P. M.
MANQAT TAN, Saturday, November 30, at 9 o'clocli A. M.
Outward fro ht engagements made wt ti COURTE?
NAY k TREN HOLM, corner Adger's Wuarf and Last
Bay, np stairs.
For matters pertaining to inward Fr? ii ht, and for ont
ward Passage, apply tu STREET, BROTHES* k 00.,
No. 74 East Bay,
STREET. BROTHERS A"0.,1 kMntm
COURTENAY A IRE S HOLM, J A?ona
FOR PAL?TKA, FERNANDINA,
JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL TUE LANAI
INO? ON THE ST. JOH A'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
ID I O T A TOR,
(1000 Tona Burthen)
CAPTAIN L. M. C0XETTEB.
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF,
every TUESDAY NIQH1 at 9 o'clock, for tho
above places, conn-cting with the Georgia Central Bail,
roso at savannah, tor Macon, Mobile and New Orleans,
AU Freight must bs paid here by shippers.
For Freight or Passsge, spply on board ot at the offlco
of J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
FOR PA LATH A, FERNANDINA,
JACKSON VIH E, ANO ALL THE LAND?
INGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
O - T "ST POINT,
(1110 Tons J?urthen,)
CAPI AIN S. ADEIN8,
TITILE LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF
W every Friday Night, >t 9 o'clock, for tho above
places, connecting with the Georgia Central Railroad at
.wannah, for Macon, Mobile ?nd New Orleans.
All Freight must bo paid here by the shippers.
For Freight or Tues, ge, apply oo board, or at the Of?
fice ot RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner of Vanderhorsf s Wharf and Last Bay.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FL0R1D1,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE.
VU BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
STEAMER PILOT BOY ....CAPT. W. T. MCNELTY
STEAMED FANNIE. ..CAPT. P. PE( E
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMER? WILL LAT.
Charleston every Monday, Wednesday an f isp
.Vomi?. , st 1 o'clock; and Savannah ev-rv > <ay,
WvAaday and Fri ? - Mornwqt, at ' o'clock, .etch
mg st BluUton on if-? daj, trip from Charle.' aSd
Wtdnvday. trio tn m Savannah.
\l! Way Frolght, also hlufftou Whsr*'"", mu* o ore
for freight or passace, apply to
JOBN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wai?,