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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 18G7.
I ii Mariage De C onvcnance,
If you RAW my wife with her beauty rare,
Her elegant form uni her raven hair.
You would deem ne blessed and without a care.
For the light falls soft on a sweet pale face.
On exquisite Mp? full of pride of race.
And a neck so white in Its queenly grace.
Hut the novel rests unread on her knee.
And tho tire's red rays reveal unto mo
A lingering look I shudder to se?.
I love her full well; but I've grown too wiso
Too closely to peer in her tell-tale eyes,
Or to seem to hear her suppressed sigh*.
Whon tho gloaming >ad with ita dying gleams
Again glimmers o'er the Pactolian streams,
And her dead love's face beacons through her dreams.
And ? turn away: for well do I know
That hor heart is chilled a? by Winter snow.
And never with love of me will it glow.
When I hear her tears on the pages fall,
Tho wandering winds a hushed requiem call
O'er the hopes I lay 'neath a heavy pall.
And tho thoughts that come through the gath'riug
Aro thoughts of our Uves and oar bitter doom,
To be kept apart by a gaping tomb.
[TituUy't Magazine, for November.
Deceased South Carolina Prisoners at El?
mira, New Y ork.
We aro indebted to thc courtesy of Mr. John H.
Leavitt, ai Elmira, New York, for tho following
partial list of South Carolina soldiers who died
while prisoners of war at that place, and were bu?
ried there. Tho graves, we learn, aro in good
condition, and well marked, with headboards, Ac.
Any further information desired by friends of the
deceased may be obtained on application to Mr.
Leavitt, with stamp onclosed to pay return post?
age. The remaining portion of the list is now in
course of preparation, and will soon be published
in the NEWS :
LIST or PRISONERS OF WAR WHO DIED AND WERE BU?
RLED AT ELSTRA, NEW YORK, FROM THE STATE OF
Avant. S, sergeant Co E, 27th S C regiment;
died Qept 26,1864.
Adams, A, private Co H, 25th S C Infantry; died
February 17, 1865.
Allen, Drury, private Co E, 25th S C Infantry;
died Februarv 20,1865.
Altinan. James P, private Co A, 21st S C Infan?
try; died Februarv 29,1865.
Atkinson, Thomas, private Co G, 21st S 0 Infan?
try; died April 6,1865.
Ard, BB, corporal Cc E, 25th S C Infantry; died
Burt, W B, private Co H, 17th S C Infantry; died
August SO, 1864.
Brannon, Hugh, private Co H, 18th S C Infantry;
died September 7,1.864.
Bright, R B, private Co H, 41st S C Infantrv;
died September 13,1864.
Bright, W J. private Co C, 22d S C Infantrv; died
September 23d, 1864.
Black. D L, private Co G, 7th S C Cavalrv; died
Barker, Joshua, orivate Co A, 1st 8 C Reserves;
died February 9,1865.
Burgess, Joseph, private Co B, 18th S C Infan?
try; died Februarv 20,1865.
Beverly, John, private Co D, 25th S C Infantry;
died February 27,1865.
Briston, D M, orivate Co F, 21st S C Infantry;
died March S. 1865.
Bundv, J W, private Co F, 21st S CInfantry-; died
Bowers, A, sergeant Co H, 22d S C Infantry; died
March 7, 1865.
Braswell, Sidnev,private CoH, 32d S C Infantrv;
died March 9,1865.
Brown, H, private Co H, 22d S C Infantry; died
March ll, 1865.
Bailev, H L, private Co G, 25th S C Infantry;
died March 13,1865.
Be?ote, J D, private Co C, 4th S C Cavalry; died
Briston, R W, private Co F, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 18, 1365.
Bailey, John B, private Co 1,11th 8 C Infantry;
died March 19,1865.
Bird, W C, private Co G, 21st 8 C Infantry; died
Baker, M R D, private, Co C, 25th 8 C Infantrv;
died March 31,1865.
Burk, J J, private Co G, 21st 8 C Infantry; died
April ll, 1865.
Bailey, C, private Co G,'25th 8 C Infantry; died
Brown, J J, privat? Co L, 1st 8 C Infantry; died
Brownlee, J L, private Co G, 11th 8 C Infantry;
died Mav 16,1865.
Brcunder. L W, private Co C. 25th S C Infantry;
died May 17,1865.
Brooks, A P, private Co G, 1st S C Infantry; died
June 15, 1865.
Brickett, J H. sergeant Co H, 25th 8 C Infantry;
died June 15, 1865.
BarbCT, J D, private Co F, 25th 80 Infantry;
died June 26.1865.
Burgess, J C, private, Col, 25th 8 C Infantry ;
died JulytO, 1865.
Blockman, James, private Co B, 27th S C Infan?
try; died March 6,1865.
Clark, W, private Co H, 18th S C Infantry; died
CoUins, R H, private Co L, 21st S C Infantrv;
died February 9,1865.
Couch, Jessie A, private Co E, 16th S C Infan?
try; died February 12, 1865.
Carlson, J L, private Co E, lot SCH Artillery;
died Februarv 21, 1865.
Crawford, William E, private Co G, 25th 8 C In?
fantrv; died March 8,1865.
Cochran, A W, private Co I, 25th 8 C Infantrv;
died March 8,1865.
Cannon, R J, private Co K, 25th S C Infaiitr ;
died March 9, I860.
Clavton, F R, priv ate, Co F, 25th S C Infantrv;
died March 22,1865.
CammeU, L, private Co B, 18th 8 C Infantry;
died March 28, 1865.
Cook, W D, private Co C, 25th S C Infantry; died
Cannickle, private J D, Co L, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 30,1865.
Chapman, A A, private Co I, 18th S C Infantry;
died April 6, 1865.
Collins, P A, private Co C, 4th S C Infantry; died
April ll, 1865.
Carnes, J M, private Co E, 22d SC Infantry;
died April 17,1?65.
Curry, N R. private Co F, 21stSC Infrntrv;
died May 14,18f6.
Corbin, E. private Co D, 11th 8 C Infantry; died
Croach, D L, private Co F, 21st S C Infantry;
died Juae 8, 1865.
Corder, E A. private CoD, 17th S C Infantry;
died July 4, 1865.
Dunn, C, private Co H, 27th 8 C Infantrv; died
August 14, 1864.
Dorking, J T, private Co D, 17th S C Infantrv;
died August 23, 1864.
Dorkine, JV C, private Co G, 17th 8 C Infantry;
died September 4, 1864.
Douglas, W W, Co B, 1st 8 C Reserves; died
Februarv 7, 1865.
Dantzler, E W, sergeant Co F, 25th 8 C Irifantrv;
died February 20, I860.
DvaL JacoS, private Co H, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 19,1865.
Dantzler, D W, private Co G, 28th S C Infantry,
died April 1,1865.
Douglas, Henry A, private Co D, 21st 8 C Infan?
trv, died April 2, 1865.
Dearing;, James, private Company E, 11th 8 C In?
fantry; died May 20, 1865.
Deloach, Nelson, Company I, 25th S C Infantrv;
died March 3, 1865.
Eastridge, John W, private Co E. 27th S C
Infantry _died February 3,1865.
Ellis, W W, private Co B, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 6,1865.
Ellis, E 8, private Co C, 25th S C Infantry, died
Easterling, H J, private Co F, 21st S C Infantry;
died May 26,1865.
Evens. R M, corporal Co F, 25th 8 C Infantry;
died June 2, 1865.
Evens, G H. private Co I, 25th 8 C Infantry:
died July 21,1865. "
Flynn, John, private Co C, 27th S C Infantry;
died August 15,1864.
Fowler, N F, private Co F, 18th S C Infantry;
died August 31,1864.
Fennill, M M, private Co G, 22d 8 C Infantrv;
died September 6,1864.
Fsnkner, W L, private Co I, 17th S C Infantry;
died September 17,1864.
Fowler, Hoxie, private Co K, 27th S C Infantrv;
died February 3,1865.
Freeman, ueorgo, private Co D, 25th S C Infan
n; died Februarv 24,1865.
ietds, Tobias, private Co G, 40th 8 C Infantrv;
died March 3,1865.
Foster, D, private Co H, 22d 8 C Infantry; died
Fogies. W G. private Co F, 35th S C Infantry;
died March 16,1865.
Faunt, C M, private Co C, 4th S C Cavalry; died
Flowers, A, private Co B, 21st S C Infantry; died
March 29, I860.
Flemming, 8 W. private Co I, 25th S C Infantry;
died \pril 26, 1805.
Ganey, G W, private Co E, 21st S C Infantry
died September 4, 1865.
Ginoblc, R B. private Co L 20ih S C Infantry
died September 8, 1865
Goodson, William, private Co B, 21st S C Infan?
try; died September 26, 1864.
Graham, James, private Co D, 25th S C Infantry ;
died February 3,1865.
Gray, P W, private Co F, 25th S C Infantrv; died
..?.la^llen' ?Uaa' Private Co D, 7th S C Tnfantrv;
died February 15, 1865.
Grantham R W, Co H, 21st S C Infantry; died
?rGriu'io' ,SQ?rivate Co A' 2l3t s C Infantry; died
March 12, 18 >5.
Glarque SO pnvateCoA, 21st SC Infantrv;
died March 2a, I860.
Gamsle T E nrivate Co I, 25th S C Infantry;
died April /, I860.
Gallaway, L 0, private Co B, 21st S C Infantrv
died April 25, 1865. ?UWUTJ .
Green, E, private Co C, 23d S C Infantry - died
Griffin. A B, private Co F, 26th S C Infantrv
died May 6,1865.
Goshling. G V, private Co H, 26th 8 C Infantry
died May 15,18C5. '
Griffen, H J P, private Co F, 25th S C Infantry
died May 16,1865.
Green. A J, private Co B, 22d S C Infantrv; died
Oa?awav, P. urivate Co H, 21st S C Infantry;
d ed March 7. '.865.
Healer, J B, private Co F, 17th S C Infantry;
died September^, 1864.
Hudson, W A, private Co B, 2d S C Infantry;
died September 9. 1864.
Hevgood, J M, private Co F, 7th S C Infantry;
died September 19. 1864.
Hodguis, W B, pnvate Co C. 1st S C Rifles; died
Henevcutt, J T, corporal Co C, 1*1 SC Rifles;
died Septe-iber 24, 1864.
Howe, J T, privat? Co Q, 18th S C Iufantryjdied
'September 26, 1864. _ _
Huggins, W J. private Co I, 21st S C Infantry;
died September 27. 18*?.
Howard, J, private Co A, 27th S C Infautry;
died September 28. 1864.
Hassnr, C H, privatoCo P, 21st S C Infantry;
died Febroary 6, 1865.
Heckle, A J, privato Co H, 25tb S C Infantry;
died Februarv 'J, 1865.
Hodges, S JJ. privato Co I, 25th S C Infantry;
died Februarv ll. 1865.
Hungerford, J J, private Co G, 27th S C Infau
try; died February 12,1865.
Hull. Daniel, private Co G, 21st S C Infantry;
died February 24,1865.
Holstcen J A, private Co G, 35th S C Infantry;
died March 7, 1865.
Hodge, YV H. privato Co K, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 7, 1865.
Hook, L P, private Co C, 25tb S C Infantrv; died
March S, 1865.
Hailv, H V, corporal Co I, 25th S C Infantry;
died March 12, 1865.
Hull, Samuel, private Co fl, 11th S C Infantrv;
died Mardi 18,1865.
Hartness, Je-hn lt, private Co G, 17th S C Infan?
trv; died March 20, 1865.
Have. C S. privato Co D, 25th S C Infantrv; died
March 23. 18l5.
Hood, Janies, private Co G, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 28,1865.
Hendrick, H B. private Co C, 22d S C Infantry;
died March 29,1865.
HuslesB, G NY. private Co F, 21st S C Infantry;
died Mar-h 29,1865.
Hoffman, A, privato Co F, 25th S C Infantrv;
died April 6. 1865.
Hodge, J B, private Co I, 25th S C Infantry; died
Hatfield, James W, private Co E, 7th S C Infan
trv; died April 29,1865.
Hill, E. private Co B, 21st S C Infantrv; died
Hinson, John, private Co A, 21st S C Infantry;
died May i8, 1865.
Hatcher. YY H, privato Co D, 21st S C Infantn ;
died Juno 29.1S65.
Hall, James L>, private Co K, 21st S C Infantry;
died August 26, 1865.
Hamer. James, private Co F, 21st S C Infantry;
died March 5. 1865.
Hockcv. B, private Co 8, 36th S C Infantry; died
Howard, JohnL. private Co 1,17th S C Infantry;
died March 16, 1865.
Jackson, J C, privato Co E, 4th S C Cavalry; died
August ll, 1864.
Jordan, YV K, privato Co I, 21st S C Infantry;
diod September 16,1864.
Jordan. J K, corporal Co F, 6th S C Cavalry;
died September 20, 1864.
Jenkins, R 0, privato Co G, 15th S C Infantry;
died AprU 21,1865.
Junes, J A, private Co C, 21st S C Infantrv; died
Februarv 26, 1865.
Johnston, M P, private Co I, 25th S C Infantry;
died March 23, 1865.
Kemp, YY M, privato Co C, 22d S C Infantry;
died Seotember 8, 1864.
King, J, privato Co I, 1st S C -; died Sep?
tember 12, 1864.
Kinnormon, M, private Co D, 18th S C Infantry;
died September 29,1864.
Kellv, James, sergeant Co B, 25th S C Infantry;
died Febnu rv 6, 1865.
Kelly, J M, private Co H, 25th S C Infantry; died
Februarv 13, 1865.
Kellv, Simon, private Co G, 21st S C Infantry;
died February 15, 1865.
Kollv, John 0. private Co H, 25th S C Infantrv;
died February 28, 1865.
Key David, private Co H, 14th 8 C Infantry;
died April 1, 1865.
Key, R B, corporal Co 1,12th S. C Infantrv; died
Mav 28, 1865.
King, W private Co H, 25th S C Infantry; died
June 24, 1S65.
Kinett, F, corporal Co M, 22d 8 C Infantry; died
Lousy, Calvin, corporal Co K, 6th 8 C Cavalry;
died August 30, 1864.
Lowallen, B F, privato Co I, Cth S C Cavalry;
died September 1, 1865.
Lequeux, \V B, private Co I, 27th S C Infantry;
died September 1, 1864. Came in place of J. Moore,
18th N C Infantry-, Co K, same detachment.
Lvnch, G W, private Co I, 26lh ti C Infantry;
died September 16,1864.
League. William C, private Co E, 6th 8 C Caval?
ry; died February 1, 1864.
Lawrence, W li, private Co G, 1st 8 C Infantry;
died March 4, 1864.
Lewis, D YY, private Co A, 21st 8 C Infantrv;
died March 18, 1864.
Lomar, William, private Co C, 7th 8 C Infantry;
died March 28,1864.
Lefage, F M, ?argoant Co K, 25th S C Infantry;
died April 3, 1864.
Loach, YV, privato Co E, 17th 8 C Infantry, died
Joly 20, 1864.
LIVERPOOL- Pt r HriU-h bark Tecumseh-5614 sacks
Halt, 200 tons Coal, to Ravenel A Co.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Amelia-18 bags S I Cotton, 2028
bales Uplai d Colton, 556 bbls Rosin, 7 tierces and I
BREMEN-Per Bremen bark Harzburg-1899 bales Up?
land Cotton. *
NEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-IQ bags Sea
Island Cotton, 872 bales Upland Cotton, 114 aerees
Rice, 195 bales Domestics, 12 bales Yarn, 5 boles
Moss, 15 bales Rags, 60 bundles Paper, 4 Packages.
TUC C'narleston Cotton market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
CHARLESTON. Tuosday Evening, November 12. 1867. (
With a good disposition on thc part of factors to sell,
and an active demand from purchasers, tho transactions
of the day amounted to about 1500 bales, including about
45t bales sold the evening before, tho operations being
generally at abont the rates of the day previous, say 39 at
MX, 213 at ICS, 153 at 16?*, 62 at 16X, *0-i at 17, 96 at
17 V 2 at 18, 10 at 18 v., and the following thu evening be?
fore, 15 at 16K, 38 at 16>;, 210 at 17,10 at 17),', 40 at 17.V,
and 135 at 17S'c Wo quote
AUG?.-TA, November IL-OOLD-Brokers are buying
at 188 and selling at 140.
SILVER-Brokers are buying at 130, and selling at
COTTON-Tho market opened quiet with a firm de?
mand, on a basis ot 16c lor New york Middlings, at
which price considerable was sold. Later in the day
Liverpool advices strengthened tho views of holden
but buyers would not pay any advance, and the market
closed very firm, but without quotable change. Total
sales of thu day 092 bales; roccipts 533 bales.
WHEAT-Rea at $2 50 a 2 80: white at $3 a 3 30.
BACON-Shoulders 1S>? a 16c; B B Sides 17>?c C R
Sides 18Sc; C Sidos is.Sc, and canvased Hams 22 a 25c.
COHN-?Milte SI 35; mixed $1 25 a 1 30.
ATLANTA, November 9.-Tae receipts ot Cotton were
light, although fair, considering the day and the
weather. Tho number reported is abont 50 bales, which
were readily taken at yesterday's quotations-13 S to
13 Sc (the outside figures for choice) for middling.
The shipments to-day h.ve been. 250
Total shipments to date.3,141
NASHVILLE, November 9.-COTTON.-The market
has exhibited unusual activity to-day, as evidenced by
the large sales. There ia but little demand for inferior
grades, and thoy are dull on the market, while the in?
quiry ls spirited for the higher grades. The receipts to?
day have been 409 bales, shipment.- 493, and s dos 814,
as follows: 6 at 15:. ; 96 at L'S : 2 nt 15 1-5; 6 at 15 1-10;
76 at 15.S ; 3-29 at 15; 10 at 14 9-10; 266 at 14J?; 20 at HS,
and 3 at 14c.
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1, 1867 .622
Received to-day. 409
Received previously. 10,914-11,323
Shippen to-day. 492
Shipped previously. 7384- 7876
Stoc'x on hand to-day. 39C9
COLUMBUS. QA., November 10.-COTTON-Tho mar
kot opened Monday at Ute, and remained very dull for
two days, but on Thursday a reaction occurred, and on
Friday it wa? stiff with Northern Middlings at 15J?c.
On yestorcay the market was quiet, with quotations for
Ordinary lSKc, Northern Middlings i:> V- Some fino
Cottons brought 16c.
'1 he salos reported for the week have been 4397 bales
against 4441 the previous one, and 2092 the correspond?
ing week of last year-449 by Opelika Railroad, 103 by
Muecogee Railroad. 1367 by Mobile and Qrand Unit
Railroad, and 2478 by wagons, .shipments 2903 bales
all by Muscogee Railroad.
Stock on hank September 1, 1867. 358
Received past week. 4897
Shipped past week. 2903
Shipped previously. 13936-16839
Stock on hand November 10.7756
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, November 7.-COTTON.-The market
opened this morning with a fair inquiry at yesterday's
figures, but there was only a limited supply offering, and
factors were more Btriugent in their pretensions, predi?
cating their enhanced Mews on the favorablo tenor of
the Liverpool accounts. Any tendency to fuller prices,
however, was neutralized by the difficulty of passing
foreign exchange, as well as increased weakness in rates.
Under those circumstances the sales were confined to
1C0O bales, half of which was taken by oue party.
We continuo to quote Ordinary nrminal, ?ood Ordi?
nary' at 16 a 16.S, Low Middling ai 17al7>i, and Mid
diing at 18 a -c. Some authorities put Good Ordinary
at 16>i and Low Midilling 17 S a 17K
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
stock on hand 1st September, 1867.bales-1G.25G
Cleave d to-day. '157
eldred previously. 30,895-36,052
Stock on hand and on fhipboaid. 34.144
Thc exports iDcludc 2994 bales for Liverpool, and 2163
WILMINGTON, November ll -TURPENTINE- Arri?
vals to-day have boen moderate, and the market rules
steady. Sales ot 687 bbls at $3 60 for virgin and yellow
dip, and $'2 50 for hard, per '280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Market quiet Sales of only 7
bbls at 50c, aud 15 do at 51c, and 15 do at 52c per gallon.
ROSIN-Sales of 257 bois at fl 65 tor No 2, *3 a 9 15 for
No 1, and $4 tor Pale.
Tut-72 bbls changed hacsj at $2 70 per bbl.
COTTON-Sales of 27 bales at 15?*al6c lor low middling,
IC Sc for middling, and 17c for strict middling.
raiBER-Three ra'te sold at $8 for ordinary, and $11 a
ll 50 for prime mill.
BALTIMORE November 9.-COFFEE-We have only
to aport to-day sales of 100 bags Rio at 17c gold. Mar
kel quiet; we give the range of quotations, viz: For ordi
?52 T? **?8 ??2i ,air 15al5>a'c; good 16al6),'c;
prime 17 a 17*c; choice 17* a 17Xc; Laguayra 17 a Mcj
Java :1a 25c gold. Stock in importers'hands 16,823
COTTON-Was quiet to-day; we report a sale of 40 bales
Good Ordinary ut ir, ?,o; quoto Middling Uplands 18 a
18>jC, and for Gulf do 19o oflerod and refused. Stock
FLOCK-Was dull to-day ; very little inquiry and no
sales worthy of mention ' reported. Holders, howover,
were steady at lust quotations.
GRAIN-Wheat-offerings to-day woro composed of
13,262 bushels red, and 3730 bushels white. Tho mar?
ket opened strong, with somu few sales at full previous
days' figures, but closed heavy and with an averago de?
cline of ?ets; included in thc sales were 300 bushels
choleo white at $2 70 u 2 75; 766 bushels orimo at $2 60;
150 bushels inferior at $1 90; 6U0 bushels choice red at
S2 70; 350 bushels do at $2 65; 700 bushels primo at 92 60
a 2 63; 2400 bushels good ut $2 46; 1500 bushels common
to fair at S2 20 a 2 40, and inferior samples range as low
as $1 60 a 1 75. Corn-Receipts to-day, 8000 bushels
white and 5000 bushels yellow; prices favored buy?
ers, with sales of 2000 bushels new white, as
to condition, from 87 cts to SI 15; bulk at $1;
2500 bushels old white flyeut at $1 25; 2500
bushels fair to good do at $1 27 a 1 30; 1300
bushels now yellow 95c a $108; 700 bushels Western
mixed *! 12; smales sales of old at ?1 28 a 134. Outs
9030 oushels offered; sales 2501" bushels at 72 a 74c for
goo i to prime; inferior sold at 60c. No Ryo sold.
MOLASSES-No sales to-day; we quote but nominal:
Porto Rico 55 a 70c; Cuba 47 a 67c; English Island 55 a
SYRUP-Baltimore Golden 70 a 72c; Maryland do 60
a 72c; Sugar House 40c in bhds; and 42 a 44c in bbls.
PROVISIONS-Market inactive and prices for Bacon fa?
vor buyers. We quote Shoulders 13% a I3%c; rib Sides
15%c; clear rib 10% a 17c; clear 17%c. Hams-New citv
cured 19 a 20c; old Western dull; market bare of fino
descriptions; a sale of 10 casks old shipiip? repotted on
private term?. Lard 13 a 13 ?ic for City. Mess Pork
$22 50 a 23 $ bbl; latter for jobbing lots.
RICE-Some inquiry for Carolina, we notice a sale of 10
tiercds ordinary at 9c: prime invoices held at9.?_c, 9%c
was offered and refused.
SOQAB-Nothing doing to day, holders firm at yester?
day's advance; fair to good refining 11% a 12c; fair to
good grocery Cuba 12% a 12>ic; prime do 13 a 13%c; fair
to good Porto Rico 12% a 12%c; primo to choice 13% a
14c; Demeiara vac. pan 15 a 15%c.
?B-DUD StJOAR-Wo quote card prices, viz: Crushed,
powdered and granulated 16%c; extra flnp powdered 17c;
sort crushed Awbitel6%c; Circle A 15%o; B 15%c; C
extra i5%c; C yellow 15%c> CircleC 14%c; yellow Coffee
13%c; tor lots of 100 bbls %c off.
Consignees per ?oath Carolina Kailroao,
1259 bales Cotton, 62 bales Mdze, 114 bbls Rosin, 2 cars
Cattle, and Sundries. To WiUis * Chisolm, E H Rod?
gers A Co, Railroad Agent, G H Walter ai Co, O W Wil?
liams A Co. Hunt Bros, D Jennings & Co, H L Jeffers &
Co, JUE Sloan, G W Wilkie, Miss E M Ball, T H Croft.
J A Quackenbush , J Armstrong, W C Courtney A Co, C
N Averill k Son, E J Wiss & Co, Graescr, Lee, Smith k
Co, J H Baggett k Co, G W Witte, W W >mith. Adams,
Frost _ Co, Thurston A: Holmes, Courtenay _ Trenholm,
W C Bee & Co, M Goldsmith Se Son. J N Robson, Chis?
olm Bros, Kanapaux k Lanncau, Mantoue k Co, C Sahl
mann, Johnston, Crews i Co. T D stoney. J M Caldwell
A- Sons, 1 W Mikel!. L M Ayer k Co, W C Bukes k Co,
W P Dowling, Z Davis, Rev E T Winklcr. A Von Dohlon,
Cohen, Hanckel k Co. O Reeder, A J Sahnas, Utsey k
Kenyon. Burke k Son, G E Pritchett, J Man-hall, Jr, A
Robinson k Co.
Consign?es per Northeastern Railroad,
135 bales Cotton, Mdze, Ac. To Graeser, Lee, Smith
A Co, Wilhams A Co, Baggett A Co, Adams, Frost k Co,
Mowry k Co, Screvcn & Nisbet, Ravenel _ Co, Caldwell
A Son, F A Sawyer, and Ordor.
Per steamship James Adger, lor New York-R Hun?
ter, J Truman, A C McAlpln, R Eagan.
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York-N Dnl9
and wife, Mrs Nathan Ritter, J Potter, J Klinck, Miss J
Potter, Miss A Drake and servant, E Wright and wife, L
Fowler and wile. Miss Moore, Mrs L Reiser, Master U
Mitchell, Mrs J D Mitchell, Master S MitchoU, M F Ste?
phenson, Miss Montague, Mian Dunner, Miss L V Smith,
Miss F A Smith, Gen Hinks, wife, child and nurse, H M
Smith, Mrs Lawton, Miss Lawton, R Jones, Sarah Black,
Mrs Barron, Miss Ti udall, E T Benton, J M Nichols, E W
Eckel and wife, Master G L Marsteller, D H Bowdoin, C
Haas and son, J H Rainey and wife, C Schane, A Jacobs,
T G Clemson, A C Palmer, H Belknap, W Irving, Mrs
Emily Fenton, Miss Sarah Fenton. J Hays, Catherine
Hays, A Barnwell, B McKinley, J Lindsay, J Spencer, J
Mariarty. W E Conrtney. F E Courtney, D Wigton, R H
Brown, A Baldwin, and 23 in steerage.
PHASES OF TUE HOON.
First Q. 4th, 10h. 7m. morn I Last Q. 18th,Uh. 40m.mom
Full M. Uth. 7h. Mim. oven | New M. 25th,llh. 41m, even
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-left Sat?
urday, P M. Mdze. To Street Bros A Co. J A W H
Armstrong, J Apple, D A Anime, C D Ahrens A Co, O N
Averill A Son, C A Busted, A Butterfield, T W Bliss, H
Bischoff A Co, Brown A Hyer, Bart k Wirth, Bollniann
Bros, T M BristoU, D Briggs, Agent, R A A P Caldwell,
Charleston Gas Co, Campbell, Knox A Co, Cartmill, Har
beson A Co, G W Clark A Co, W H Cbafee, C D Carr k
Co, T M Cater, W 8 Corwin & Co, Cameron, Barkley &
Co, Clacius & Witte, Douglas A Miller, Steamer Dictator,
J k F : awson, Dowie A Moise, A W Eckel A Co, Edger?
ton A Richards. P J Esuard, I I. Falk A Co, D F Hem?
ing A Co, Forguson A Holmes, C Goldstein, P L Guille
min, Gaillard A Minort, J A T Getty, J H Graver N A
Hunt, Howland A Taft, Hart I Co. Johnston, Crews A
Co, A Hiing, J Klinck, T J Kerr A Co. L Koneckc, Kins?
man A Howell, Klinck. Wickenbcrg A Co, H Klatte A Co.
H H Knee, J P Kelp, J Lindsey, A I anger, D Lillienthal
A Co, S La i orre, D Lopez A Son, Lauroy A Alexander,
McLoy A Rice, Macnllar, Williams A Parker, W Matthies
sen, Agonr, J Marzyoi, McKay k Campbell, W Mancher,
Murphy, Little k Co, Muller, Nimitz * Co, Mehrtens v
Wohltmann, J Mertens, J P Murkhardt, J H Wiltbergor,
W McComb A Co, N E Railroad Agent, J C Oj em an, J F
O'Nolll & Son, B O'Neill. D O'Noill, J Purcell, R E Pen?
nal, D Paul k Co, H T Peako, Supintcndont, Ravoncl A
Barnwell, W P Russell, W A Rook, E H Rodgers A Co, W
J Smah A Co, Straus-. Vanees A Co, EB Stoddard A Co,
F E Schroder, G W Steffens A Co, Southern Express Co.
L Schnell A Co, J B Togui. J S Terry, G A Visnauski, B
G Wilkins k Co, Thurston A Hohnes, W G WhUden A:
Co, Williams A Co, Mrs S Watts, Railroad Agont, and
Order. Nov 11th, at 12 M, off Cape Lookout, passed tho
steamship Montgomery, tor Now York. Tho M expe?
rienced strong southerly winds.
British bark Tecumseh, Sponagle, Liverpool-40 days.
Salt and Coal. To Ravenel & Co.
Sehr Bodkin, from Back River. 3900 bushels Rough
Rice. To W C Bee A Co.
Sehr Emma, from Combahee. 2100 bushels Rough
Biee. To W C Bee k Co.
Sehr Renshaw, from Back River. 3C00 bushels Rough
Rico. To Cohen, Hanckel k Co.
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Back River. 3400 bushels
Rough Rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A Co.
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mills. 44 bbls Rice.
To Boper A Stoney, J R Pringle.
A schooner, supposed from Philadelphia.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York-Courte?
nay A fronholm.
Ship Amelia, Conner, Liverpool-J T Welsman.
Bremen bark Harzburg, Wachte, Bremen-C O Witte.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, Liverpool.
Bark Kate Stamler, Crawford, Providence, R I.
British brig Que< n of Britain, Symons, Bristol, Eng.
Brig Martha, Stone, New York.
Steamer Dictator, Payne, Palatka, via Jacksonville Fer?
nandina and .Savannah.
From this Port.
Steamship Somerset, Childes, Savannah, Nov 10.
The Baltimore Gazette, of Monday, Nov LL says: Tho
schooner Darnel < base, before reported wrecked twenty
miles south of Capo Hatteras, from this port for Wd
mington, N C, wont to s a from Capo Henry 27tb ult.
She sprung a leak during tho gale of the following day,
and was run ashore to keep her from sinking. Tho
crew remained m the rigging until the masts went by
the board, when all were lost except the first officer, who
succeeded in getting on a drift hatch and was thus saved.
[The D C was a new vessel, less than a year old, rated
Al%, 311 tons, and valued at $30,000. There were sev?
eral owners. Captain Mitchell, who commanded her.
holding tho largest interest. Three sixteenths only were
insured. The cargo consisted Of heavy bridge material,
and is supposed to bu insured here.]
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Nor bark Kjellestadt, Werge, cleared.Oct 15
British bark Yumun, Thompson. 11 eared.Sept 23
The Hakou Adelsteln, Backer, up.Sept 14
Tlio Pawnee, Anker, sailed. Oct
The IVrUm. Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
The Triton. Kcoger, sailed.Sept
The Competitor, Turner, up.Oct 4
Bremen bark Gauss, Wieting, failed.Oct 6
Brig John Fyfe, Luce, up.Nov 4
Brig Josie A Deveroaux, Clark, up.Oct 21
Sehr Ida Holla, Weeks, up.Oct 12
Sour E B Glover, Ingersoll, up.Nov 9
Steamer Equator, Jarkway, to leave.Nov 13
Steamship Saragossa, Crowed, cleared.Nov
Brig Tangent, Rich, cleared. :.Oct ll
Sehr Curtis Tilton, .somers, cleared.Nov I
Sehr Americas, Moss, up.Nov
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, t teared.Nov
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, cleared.Nov
Sehr Myrovcr, Hughes, up.Nov
Sehr Carrie S Webb, Worthington, cleared.Nov
Sehr ELB Wales, Jackaway, cleared.Nov
Sehr A G Ireland, Townsend, up.Nov
Sehr F B Colton, Robinson, cleared.Nov
Sehr Maggie McNeill. Snow, cleared.Nov
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, up.Nov 8
ship Golconda, Lovett, cleared.Nov 1
Sehr David F Keeling,-, up.Oct 31
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February 25 Orangeburg, S
CITY TAXES-MONTHIA RETURNS.
Ort ICE OF TUE C1T? ASSESSOR, 1
CITY ILai.. November 1, 1K67. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERN?
ED that Uie MONTHLY RETURNS FOR THE
MONTH OE OCTOBElt FAST, in compliance with tho
Tax Ordinance, ratified on thc 28th day of December,
18liC. must bo made on or belora tho 15th instant,
CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November 1 Assistant City Assessor.
TO PROVIDE ron THE LKJUIDATIO:* OF THE INTEREST
ON THE DEBT OF THE CITY, WHICH ACCRUED ON THE
THIRTIETH DAY OF SEPTEMBER UJBT.
BE IT ORDAINED BY J HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Conncil assemblod. That for the pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on the public debt ot the
city which accrued on tho tnir.ieth day of Septem oer
last' six per cent, stock, obligatory' CO tho corporation ol
thc City of Charleston, Bhall bo leeuod under the direc?
tion of the Mayor, U. tho persons holding stocks or six
mr cent bonds ot the city, and enutled to receive the
interest accrued thereon at the timo aboyo Btated, the
miid stock to bear interest alter thc rate of six per cent
per annum, pavable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years from date: Provided, That no part of said slock
shall he issued for any Hum less than twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
all sums for less than twentv dollars, and for fractional
parts of a dollar, ahaU be paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That tho ft rm of certificate, und mode of
transfer of said stock shall be subject to the same regu?
lations as now exist in i elation to other city six per cent,
stocks of the city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. S.l p- c- GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October 25
TO REGULATE THE DREDGING OF DOCKS.
Whereas, Tho best interests ot the city, as well as the
convenience of the shipping visiting tho port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be keptcpen with suffi?
cient depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
Be it ordained. That in future all mud removed Irom
any ot the city docks by dredge machine*:, or otherwise,
shan be removed one' hundred and Atty fathoms from
the end of the dock.
The Harbor Master shall be nirnishet with a copy of
this Ordinance, which he is repaired strictly to onforce ;
and to report for prosecution au violations of the same;
which shall subject the party so offending to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dol?ais for each and every
offence. , ,
Ratified in City Council this eight day of October, in tho
year of our Lord one thousand oight hundred and
(L.8.) P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council._October 18
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, I
January 3,1867. j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TEAT DNDEh
the following Ordinance licenses have b<-en pr?par?e
for delivery from this Ollico. 8. THOMAS,
SEC. L De it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen .
Citv Council assembled, That from and after the first da
of january, licenses shall be taken out for aL'. carls, dray
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, ii.
the samo manner, aud according to the same provision
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let m
driven for hire, except giving bonds. And each BU..I.
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge cor
faining the number thereof, and marked l*ritate, to u
placed on ihc outside of the shall.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer n
surely to any bond under the Ordinance com-rmlng I
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. .3. The iollowing shall hereafter be the rates loi
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Ac,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which sh; !
be free from other taxation :
PUBLIC CARTS, DRAYS, ETC., OB TOOSE EMPLOYED IN AN >
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB HIRE DIRECT OB INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse oi
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every back and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibns
with two horses, $50.
For every stage or omnibus (except lino omnibus.,
drawn by four horses, $C0.
For every truck drawn Dy two or more horses or mule.
For every express wagon drawn by two or more hom i
OK mule-, $00.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVAT: CARTS, DRAYS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wago a, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
mest ic purposes* and not to be employed In the tr?n*?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or m.y
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly tor thu same, shall pty for a license tho sum ol
$5, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified In City Council, this 16th day of January
II. H.] in the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hun?
dred aud sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
January 3 W. H. SMITH, <Uerk of CounclL
?JO REGULATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS PBO
DUCT8, AND OT) 1KB INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. L lie il ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, in
Otu Council assembled. That lrom'and after the lfith day
of June next, it shall not bo lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for salo In any cellar,
store or building south of Line street, in a larger quun
lily than tiffy gallons on an; one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or s torea shall be contained in
vessels of tin or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Potrolenm, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kopt on any lot or in tiny molding
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration ot which tim.- it
shall bo removed and kept tn the manner as rpquired by
thc foregoing section.
SRO. 3. Any person or persons violating any part
thl.- Ordinance shall be subject to a fine cf two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com?
Ratified in City Council this twenty-finr; day of May,
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Council. June fi
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASURY O. FICE I.
OCTOBER 2, 1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENCES EXPIRED BY ORD.
NANCE on 30tn September. Renewals will 1 >
granted on application at this office, if made during Tin
Month. S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
OFFICE CLEBE OF COUNCIL, I
May 1867. J
The following Section of" An Ordinal ce lo abolish the
ofllce of Spcrintendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
lug . tho Streets' Lance, Alleys, and open Courts to the
i'ny oi charleston Clean, t.ud for other purposes,'' is
lie re by published for the information of all concerned :
For'thc duo protection of the said contractor or con?
tractors, it is Jurthrr ordained, That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
street, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed In front of his or her lot in a barrel, box or
heap, and In readiness for the contractor, by tho hour of
seven o'clock, A. M., tram thc hist day ot May to the
Host day of November In every year ; aud by tho hour ot
nine o'clock, A. M., frcm the first day of November to
thu first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt filth, garbage, or other
offal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above named, shall be subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for each and every
offence, to be imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 15 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raiso Sup?
plies for the year 1807," is published for the Information
of persons selling Good? by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ol this city. All such persons are hereby
notifie il to report ut this ott ce.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollar* of all goods
sold in tiffs city by person* not residents, by sample oi
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March H Clerk of Council
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., Mav 4,1367. J
TBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AN1
inelosures, vaults, Ac, will commence on Munda;
next, 6t Inst. Owners and occupants are hereby require,
lo see that their premises aro in good condition and tiwi
.-.ll tilth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspeoUons ivill follow.
Rv order of Mayor GAILLARD.
C. B. 8IGWALD.
_ Ol.Wef Police.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, j
Cm HALL, November 9,18GC. j
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN Tah
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of tho City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charleston to proceed in tho mu.
ter ol a Fire I-oao, with a view to aid in building up flu
City anew." are hereby nctiflod that the Tomi of appli
cation for loans can be obtained nt the office of the Clerk
of Council, between the hours ot 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bet?' d in the above mention, il
office, as tho Committee Will meei every Monday to cor?
sider thc same.
By order or ihn Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November in (Herb of Donnell,
Headquarters Second Military District, |
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 21, 1807. ]
[GENERAL ORDERS No. 10,';.)
Post Commanders may admit lo bail persona not sub?
ject U) the Articles of Wai, 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 bail by the State
IHW in like oases; or, 2d, of a bond In like sum, running
to thc Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all orders, with surety, who must b. a freeholder
and muatjustify in twice tho amount of the penally, a-.ul
must, under seal, authorize any oiacer so ordered by the
Post Commander, in case of dei ault, and non-payment
by the surety ou demand, to summarily seize and sell
sufficient ol the property or prise pal and surety to sat?
isfy thc forfeiture and costs ; and immediately upon de.
fault made, tho bond shall constitute a lien upon the per?
sonal property of both principal aud surety.
All ball and other bonds taken under uiiiltary authori?
ty will conform to thc foregoing directions when not
otherwise specially provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-Gcueral ED. H. S. CAMBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Ald-de-Camp, Acfg Asst. Adj't. Gen'L
Official: 0. If. MITCHEL. Aid-dc-Camp.
Oe I ober 24
THE MARION STA lt,
IjVSTABLl.sUED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO. IS
li published at Marlon, S. C.. in the central portion
ol the country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists. Machinists, and all classes who desire
to extend their business in the Fee Dee country.
For thc benefit of our advertising patrons, we shall, in
addition to our subscription list, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute, gratuitously, copies of
the sTAH, during the business soon Un* Fall.
Rates ol Advertising liberal.
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Fiiiio' nw* PropHotor
? S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWEE! RY C. H., Ai
X $2 per annum, and, having a largo - circulatior
through all the upper and lower Districts of the Stale,
iiffords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which apply
lo our Agent, Mr T. P. SLIDER at UK- Mills Houso.
.moa V m tk ll. O BENE KER.
Novmber KJIJars ami I'ropncions
NOW IS YO?IR TlilE !
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT WlliLi
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
The Cheapest Stove Store Between the
Potom ac and the Rio Grande !
A LiAItttK ASSORTMENT OP HALL., PAR?
LOR AND COOKING STOVES, SHEET IRON, LEAD,
ZINC AND COPPER, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, G BATES
AND GRATE TRIMMINGS.
TIN ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
AT SHORT NOTICE, AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street. THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL
GET THE BEST!
McINTIRE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE I
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS MCINTIRE'S IMPROVED COTTON TTE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PRESENTING
TO THE PUBLTC AS THE
BEST TIE IN USE!
IT HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH, AND ITS SUPERIOR MERITS FREELY ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL WHO
have tried lt Iii fact, it? popularity hos become BO great an to warrant us lu the assertion that lt is deetined to become tho universal favorite. This TIE combines
ease and simplicity of adjustment, with undoubted strength and durability. We particularly invite the attention of Planters, Pressmen, and Dealers generally, to the follow
lng points : The perfect construction of the Bingo and rounded edges of tho Brickle secure the entire strength of the Band, and ?rive it great advantages bi compressing. It
han no Tongues to press against the Bard-does not require any Pron to be slipped in, pulled out or to FALL OUT; and is used without the troublesome op?ration of bending
or looping tho Band. Tho manner in which it works is easily understood lrom the cut. Esch 'lie is complete In itself-the Buckle being riveted to-tho Ban i ; and no part can
be lost The simple process of running the Band toto the Buckle and letting it go at the proper plsce, is all that is necessary-the fastening being-perfected the moment tho
prensare of the cotton is brought to bear on the Bands. The Buckle is strong, compact and small, presenting an even surface, has no rough edge? or protruding pointe, con?
sequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates the great objection toother Tie?, which aro wrenched apart when the buckles of different bales get caught in handhng ox
transportation, and especially when bales ore piled on each other.
KOl I SALE BY
WILLIS & CHISOLM, Agents,
II. T. MCDOWELL, General Agent for Georgia, Sooth Carolina and Florida.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Headquarters Second .Military District,)
CHABLEBTON, S. C., October 23, 1867. )
I. Commanding Officers of Posts, upon tho nomina?
tions of tho Boards of Registration, will appoloi; for each
election precinct or polling place within their commands,
three discreet and duly qualified persons, who will bo
designated "Managers of Elections"-m nil appoint?
ments for tho State of South Carolina-and "Inspectors
of Elections" wbon appointed for North Carolina.
II. When suitable persons cannot otherwise bo ob?
tained, members or tho Boards uf Registration will bo
eligible forthat purpose.
III. When it is impracticable to till such olllces for ?my
election precinct or polling place, such election precinct
or polling place will, by ordor ol the Post Commander,
be consolidated with an adjoining election precinct or
polling place for which such appointments arc complete.
Such consolidation will only be made anions; tho respec?
tive election precincts belonging to one registration pre?
IV. The order appointing officers of elections will
specify the oloctton precinct or polling place by number,
and also by the local name or designation thereof, if any,
and also will specify tue registration precinct to which
tho same belongs, and the County or District for which
the same is made ; and such order ?ill be forwarded with?
out delay to these Headquarters.
V. The officers appointed as above pi ovided will, im?
mediately upon being appointed by thc orders of tho
Commanding Officers of Posts qualify by taking tho
oath prescribed in General Orders No. 65, current series,
from these Headquarters, Form No. 1.
VI. Commanding Officers of Posts will hil all vacan?
cies in the office of Registrar that may occur, stating in
tho order therefor the persona to whoso places such ap?
pointment is made, and the cause of such vacancy; and
such appointee will forthwith qualify.
VII. When a Registrar is a candidate for election at
the election ordered to toko place on the 19th and 20th
days of November next, bo shall give notice thereof to
tho Post Commander, and such office uf liegistrar shall
be deemed vacant.
Vin. Tho powers and duties of Registrars as superin?
tendents of elections, and of officers of elections whose
appointments aro herein provided for, ? ill be fixed by
IX. Managers and Inspectors of Elections will receive
no pay or mileage, but will be entitled for clerical labor, I
not to exceed the sum of ten dollars for each Board for
all duties performed in regard to elections.
X. Tho pa an I mileage of Registrars os superintend?
ents of elections ?ill be fixed by General Orders.
By command of Bvt. Major-Ocneral ED. R. 8. CANBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aide-de-camp, Act'g. Ass't. Adj't. Oen'l.
Official: L.V. CAZIARC, Aide-de-Camp, Act'g. Ass't.
Headquarters s< con I Military District,)
CHAB?ESTOW, S. C., October 22, 18C7. J
[GENERAL OBOE**), NO. 106.)
L Tho following supplementary instractiong are pub?
lished for government of Boards and officers connected
II. A session of each Board of Registration, for the
final revision of the registration lists, will be held at a
convenient point, to bc Bulee ted by tho Board, within its
registration precinct Tho several Boards will not sit in
thu several election precincts as herotolore, but at a
singlo place designated as abovo provided ; and any per?
son entitled to registration within such registration pre?
cincts, will be there registered in the book of the elec?
tion preciuot In which he may reside.
III. The section for Anal revision will be held on
Tuesday, the 5th day of November noxt, ami will continue
five consecutive days.
IV. Reasonable public notice shall be given in each
election precinct, whore registration has hcrptoiore
lakon place, of the lime and place of holding the sudsiou
provided for In paragraph II, and of tho object of such ses?
sion as provided by Acts of Congress iii relation thereto.
V. Commanding Officers of Posts atv required to con?
vene, by rrdcr, the Boards of Registration, at soino con?
venient placo within their respective registration pre?
cinct?, immediately upon rocclpt of this order, for the
purposo of making arrangements for holding the session
provided for in paragraph IT.
VI. At tho meeting provided for by paragraph ni, tho
Boards will take measures to cause due notice to be
given, i f the meeting for final revision, as prescribed in
VII. 'i bo Commanding Officers of Posts will, as far 3
practicable, afford facilities ta thc Boa) ds in thc publica?
tion of such notices, by requiring local civil magistrates
or other officers in the vicinity where notices are to
bc po-tt-d, to attend to the posting of auch notices as
may be transmitted to them for t.iat purpose by mall or
otherwise, by tho Boards of Registration.
VHX The pay and mile&go of registrars upon the final
revision will be tho same as heretofore allowed, except
that only eight days will bc allowed for all services ren?
dered by the registrars. Mileage will only be allowed
for one journey to and fro n each of the two sessions of
the Boards herein provided for.
IX. Thc Anal registration will be completed nt dupli?
cate in the registration books already provided; and on
Un- completion thereof, oue Hst of said books will bc re?
tained by the Boards of Registration, to be placed in the
hands of ?ho managers and inspectors of elections wheu
such officers bhall be appointed and duly qualified, and
thc other sot will be transmitted through the Post Com?
manders to these Headquarters.
X. Commanding Officers of Posts will seo that all
orders in regard to the completion of tho lists are com?
plied with, and that the books aro complete In accord?
ance with such orders, before forwarding the samo as
By command of Bvl. Major-Qoneral En. R. S. CASIJV.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aide do-Camp, Act Aast Adjt.-General.
Official: 0. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-Camp.
PATENT UNIVERSAL COTTON TIE AND IRON HOOPS.
THIS TIE-IS NOW GENERALLY ADOPTED.
THIS UK, WITH THE HOOP COMPLETE, WEIGHS WO MORE ?THAX THE USUAL,
ROPE, and rendors on allowance for tare unnecessary ; tbe ONLY TIE REQUIRING NO SLACK WHILE
PUTTING ON, and IA so perfect that tl.? necessity for heavy Hoops is entirely obviated. Can be sold by the POUND
OR TON as cheaply as the heavy Hoops . nd less perfect Ties. Each Tie is warranted perfect. The Iron Tie is en
? truly superseding tin: use of Rope, on account of ita combination of advantages, its simplicity and economy, while
its preservation or the Cotton when baled, from destruction by Fire, both in warehouse and on shipboard, rendent
its security to Insurance Companies a matter for consideration.
FOR SALE, IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES, BY
WILLIAM ROACH, Agent for South Carolina.
November 2 Imo
TUE BEST TONIC NOW IN ISE
PANK MVS HEPATIC BITTERS,
H WK.M.VS HEPATIC BITTERS,
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BI I'TERS,
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTEHS,
PANK Bi I N'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE
THE BEST TONIO NOW IN U8E
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
November 6 34
"Prevention is Better than Cure."
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PHROYED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
ix Hie trench Medical Faculty, os the only sate and
infallible u.U.lott uguiust infection from special Diseases.
This iuvaiuanlo t rej aranon is suited for either sex, and
. .is proved, from ampie exp?rience, the most efficient
and redable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting u
desideratum long sought for in the Medical World. Il
ii .?ed according to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination Impossible.
Be wise m time, and at a very small outlay, save hours ot
uutold bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted lu
tho Old World, is now offered for sale for tho first time in
America by F. A. DU PORT 4 CO., only authorize!
AgenU for the United State?.
Pri:e $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $5.
The usual uiseount to the trade. Sent, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPOKT A CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ri.ord's P. E.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Street. New York.
FUN FOR ALL !
FULL INSTRUCTIONS UY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master the g'eat arl ot Ven?
triloquism by a few honro' practice, making a world ol
fun, and after becoming expert* themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a sourco of Income. Full m
BtrnctinuH acut hy mail tor 5? cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address V. O. Drawer 2L Troy, N. Y.
PIANO-PORTES-GRAND, S lt l Alt E AND
UPRIGHT-Which are now acknowledged to be,
hy the Leading Artists in this country, SUPERIOR TO
ANY OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Instruments pou
seas every modern improvement, are of the largest size,
finished in CARVED and PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES,
embracing every variety of style. Each has the full
METALLIC FRAME. OVERSTRUNG BASS (with or with?
out the agraffe arrangement). Each has the FRENCH
GRA \D ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
othor in rapid execution. These Instruments aro all
SEVEN, SEVEN AMD A yUAHTEB and SEVEN AND A THIED
OCTAVES; constructed of THOBOUOHLY SEASONED WOOD,
and of the finest and best material. For GREAT POWER,
MSOINO QUALITIES, SWEETNESS and PUBITY OW TONK
throughout tho cutir? REOISTEB: ELEGANCE OF FINISH
and GRfcAT DURABILITY', the Piano-Fortes of Messrs.
JENNY'S A SON are unsurpassed by any othor makers in
thc WORLD, and have taken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXHIBITED. The same facilities which
enable this firm to produce a SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT,
also enable them to offer their PIANO-FORTES to th.
public at TWENTY FEB CENT, lower than any other FIIIST
OLASH manufacturer in the country.
The special attention of Dealers, Teachers and others
is Invited to the examination of these Pianos before inak
iug their selection elsewhere. Every lustmmeut is fully
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. Descriptive circu?
lars sunt to all parts of the country npou appl'ca?on. Ad
drees, JENNYS .v SONS.
Noe. 233 and 235 East 21?t st vork.
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. New wet,
september 27 lyr
GREAT HEALTH RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE !
FOR Aiila WHO ARB COXSlMPTiVK. OR
AUK SUSCEPTIBLE TO A\>; IR lt ITA?
TION OF THE LIV GS, W H J LT H BR THE
COUGH HAS BEJS:N OF LO.VG COU TI* -
i A\('?, OR OF UEIK\? oRienr.
PILMOM!) ELIXIR SPBCIFJ??
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOE TTS
wonderful restorative and curative quail tie?. Un?
der ita stimulative influence, and by ita penetrativo
agency, thia health invijoiating cordial excit?e a general
beneficial reaction, and disperses the Impermeable ob?
struction* which prevent acccaa to other remedios.
While gradually reducing the accompanying constriction
which attends the malady, it reproduces the essential
warmth and elastic vigor of the respiratory vessels,
which, by this remedial combination, promotes the heal?
ing process by which relief and cure is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every other
AH neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any kind
are employed in this Pulmonlc Compound, and the most
aiisiduous attention (riven to the quality and medical
value of each component articl? which constitute lt, lt ia
confidently and conscientiously recommended for its
safety and reliability, without restrietion in generous,
wholesome diet, or apprehension ot renewed cold from,
For aale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress, Mr*,
CECILIA RODRIGUES, northwest corner of MEET IN Ct
AND SOCIETY 8TREEfx. and at the Druggist.
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.20.
November 12 lyr
C. DUCRKUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which has been patented in the United States,
France and England, is now oil. Ted by the subscriber to
the public, feeling assured they will find it, upon examl?
nation, one of the greateat inven lions ol thc age.
Prominent among its advantages are:
FIRST-Thc facility with which horses may be harneas?
ed to or unharnessed from a Cantase, else rendering la
unnecessary for the person unharnessing to pass between
or behind tho horses as is cnstoDiary, thus avoiding any
liability of being kicked.
SECOND-In case ot a hors? falling, be may be loosed
from tho carriage In one second, without the driver leav?
ing his seat It is so simple in its operation that a child
can work it.
THIRD AND GREATEST-In casen or horses taking fright
becoming unmanagablc or ruuulug away, the terriMo
consequences which so frequently follow may be all avoid?
ed by this simple application to carriages, as thu horses
can bo loosed troni the carriage "ina twinkling," and tho
carriage is quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUCREUX gave several public exhibitions. Tho
great favor and praise manifested by the public on thees
occasions, is one ol the evidences ot a popular apprecia?
tion of its merits.
Terms may be known a.. ! orders ri'ceived for applying
the patent to' carriages, or purchase ol State Right?, bx
addressing to C. DUGRKUZ, Patentee,
Ho, vi Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 8mo