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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1367.
As Day by Day.
As dav by day ?ho vears go on,
I sometimes sit an 1 ponder,
Will all ba gji.e when ova ls cone?
Whit coaes instead, I wonder?
I: must be strange to wake at morn.
And not fall back cn dreaming,
Not e'en to fee one i i f Tlorn,
Nor miss the love-light's gleaming.
So day by day, so old ard gray,
Thi yeap.e go oa liv.ng.
Till Itts hath ak ?u ?ll away.
And d.&th begins its giving.
The Abyssinian Captives.
A letter from one of tho Abyssinian captives,
datod MagdJa, the 7:h of September, contains the
The only news of interest I bave to communi
catd id tho gradual downfall of tho Emperor. He
has beaa uo.wi dow ?bili very rapidly durin< the
last two months, and should tue sarao state of
things continue inuvh longer, wo may never see
hts taco a^ai i, ai he will hardly ventare so far
with h s disafieeted soldiery. l'or the last four
montu3 he has only boon ablo to communicate
turee times with the garrison here, and oven thou
bal to employ a servant of one ot' tho native pris?
oners oonhaod In this fort, fearing that one of his
own people might be waylaid and murdered.
There is now notiuug out death between tue p< a
san.ry and thoo* late ruler. Ii any of the former
fall into the hands of tho latter, thoy are inst.ntly
burnt alive or barbarously mutdated, and left to
die a lingering death. On tho otner hand, when?
ever any of tue loyalists fall into ihe bauds of the
Seasaats, th-jy are" forthwith hacked to pieces. I
avej managed to comuiuaicato twice with Mr.
i'la I, at D.'b.a Tabor, Dut on each occasion my
messenger was stripped naked on the road. Mr.
Fiad gives mo a sad account of tho stat? of ?.flairs
in .hu royal canlp. Nothing but destruction of
life is gomg OJ thoro Lom morning till night.
Tho whoio country between Debra labor and tho
Lakes, which form orly was tnickiy populated, has
beea laid waste, and ad the iuhaoitants. mon,
women, and children, who could not effect their
escape have boen rutulcssiy murdered. The gar?
rison at Debra Tabor has been surrounded witn a
hedge, and if a soldier attempts to desert, his wife,
?hilaren, and other rotations In may have are
instajtly butchered. A body of 2,500 men who
attempted to decamp last mouth weie slaughtered
like so inauy su.op. and 295 rh.efs were lett to die
of starvation, alter surier.ng the mutiiatiou of tueir
hands and feet. Ladies, too, of nob.o iamd.es,
after L-oins? s r.pped t J nudity and expos?e' io the
gaze of tao soluiery, were tortured and thou ex?
ecuted. Tue most revolting cruelties, such as I
must refrain from describing, are parpetrated ou
he.piess women, wuo ure heiu accountable foe the
desert.ou o? th.ir relatives. In addition to 400
contine J in this fort, the E ape. or has with him at
Debra Tabor uo less than 200 native cjptives, who
a few months ago were accounted arnon.; his most
trusty adaier .nts. Besides .. jsel. and seven other
fellow prisoners here, six ol tho Eurupcans at
Debra labor aro ia chains, five or au abortive at?
tempt to OB cape, and the six because hu was alleg?
ed to have meddled in matters which did not con?
cern hon. There is some talk of the Emperor
coming here ut the end of this month, which Ido
not believe; but if hu should co ne, I fear we shall
have a m serable time of it, ualess ho puts on once
more the ga.b of friendship, m oidor co ward off
from hiniae.f any impeuuiur, calamity.
Mr. Fiad has t'dd the Emperor plaiuly that Eng?
land would be forced .o fight him unless he releas?
ed the captives, aud sent them to the coast. To
which bo replied: "Let them come; by the power
of God I wiri meet them, and you may call me a
woman if I do not beat them." His last letter to
me was very fheadly. After courteously declining
a small present which I had sent him, he goes on
to say: "What I requ ro of my friend the Queen,
and ("f you, my brother, is your friend-hip. Not
that I am rich in worluly goods, but wuat I desire
most is th.it you should ooen my eyes, for I am
a b.ind donkey." J'iiat letter was written cn the
10th of April, an i the messenger who carried my
reply has been unable us yet to make hts way back
through tue rebels who intest tho roads. Mr.
Fiad interina mo that as reee..tiy as last month,
when the Emperor rai ordered some swords to bc
presented to cliff rent officers for bravery in the
field, he caught sight ol one which he had given
tome before my incarceration, and forthwith
directed it to be taken caro ol, adding, "I intend
shortly td bring him and them (the other Euro?
peans) together, and will then restore him his
property. ' This I doubt very much, unless he is
oonatramcd to release us by pressure from with?
out. Yon will be surprised to leam that unless
supplies reach us very soon from Massawah we
shall ali bo in dan, er of starvation. Despite my
instructions to the contrary, everything his been
sent ma Matammah, and the consequence is they
never reach us, and we are near.y destitute of the
means oi subsistence. As regards the measures
to be adopted for obtaining om* release, I have
repeatedly and distinctly giv.n my opinion in thu
proper quarters, and unless the omer command?
ing the torce follows my advic I fear our lives will
bo in great dancer, and the troops wi.l be greatly
harassed. We have no lack of friends in thc royal
camp und elsewucre, but unfortunately they trem?
ble at the very Lame of Theodore, and have not
the pluck to move a finge.* m oar behalf.
Affairs lu tne State.
-Samuel C. Reeder, one of the best citizens of
Pickets Dastr.ct, died on the 2otu ultimo.
-The Columbia Chronicle, ol Sunday, says: Tho
shipineuts of cotton from this point, over the
South Carolina hailroad, have averaged at least
three hundred bales per day for the past week. A
consiueiable quan itv of this was o .n tri bu ted from
tbeuo-C"untry, through the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad. This would seem to indicate that de?
spite the low and still deeming price of the staple,
it is luov.ng somewhat briskly to market.
-Every day, says the Cheraw Advertiser, and
often several times a day, we hear complaints
made of thefts oommitteo. Horses, hogs, cows,
chickens, axe purloined nightly; in one instance,
we learn airhole field of corn was stolen hi a
night; On the night of the 2d inst. Mr. John
Wilks, living about raiceen miles from Cheraw, lost
two fine horses, one th.' property ot his son,
stolen from his Btablcs. Pursuit was made, and
the thieves were followed to Yorkviile, where in?
formation waa received which leads to the beiief
that they havo crossed to Georgia or Tennessee.
Ur. Wilks offers a reward of $40. Ono is said to
be a man numed Duncan Crowley, about twenty
years old, dara complexion, lather below modiuci
hoigut, and weighing oue hundred and forty to
one hundred ana fifty pounds. Ho has little if
any beard, has a bullet scar on bis face, and his
lats e.' e is out. The o;h??r,-Donahoe, ia tailer
than Crowley, light haired, fair akin, sandy beard.
Toa Caa neston Cotton market.
OFFICE OF TEE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, i
Csuausros. Mon lav Evening, November 18.1867. |
Toe sta..le continu!? depressed and pnces irregular,
our quotaUona not indicating ho pr. else basis for ail
trans ctiona, orno lew soles of limited lots having taken
place at lower Agares, but large lines of Cotton could net
be purchased below cur ratea Sales near 60J bales, viz:
90 at 15; 27ut 15*; M at 15* ; SS at 15s ; Ul at 15\"; 130
at.lSJi; SUt 16; 135 at 16X&
We quote :
. Middling.16 >nl6K
NAVAL STO?ES.-The market waa generally quiet
and without transactions.
Aug t ita Market.
AUGUSTA, November 16.-GOLD-Brokers buying at
IBO and soiling at lal.
BXLvra-Brokers buying at 180 and selling at 188.
COITOS.- -The marget has bean quiet all dav, with
?mall tales, on a basis oi lG>?c. for New Tork Miudling.
after the receipt of afternoon telegrams buyers would
only .ffer lo-i cents. Sales 234 bales. Bcceipts 644
Kacojr-Western Shoulders, 16 cents; H. B. rides,
17 cents: C. B. Sloes, 17>? a 18 cents ; C. bides, 18 cents;
Hams 23 a 25 cents.
Cot s.-Muted, $110 a 1 IS: White, fl 20a 1 29.
Waaax.-Wnlte S3 10 a 3 20; red S3 60 a 2 70.
New Orleans Market.
SEW ORLEANS. Nc vam ber 13.-Corros.-Thc mar?
ket opened i h s oo ni: g with a good inquiry, a fair sup?
ply, ano an improvement in both foreign and domt.su ?
exchange, but with di-coura^iug accounts from New
York ?nd there wa? ocouaidor ble di?er neu between
the vlewi of factors a cd bu. ors, the indirations during
the lorxnoon weie tliat, al hough a lull ava: age bubiueea
might be done, it was improbable that it would .oech thu
heavy amount ol yes erduy.
We according.y modhy our quotations os follows :
Ordlnaiy nominal; liood Ord! .ury lu a-c; Low Mili?
tating 17 a -c; Midd lug 17>j a 18. At the earn-: time ic
ia pioper to state that lt was difficult to buy Middling ?I
the inside figures, although . xcep?oaal sales wero re?
port*, d at even leks. i hero was some uetnand to.' the
North, aa weh aa lor loreign export.
?I A IE:ML .s r Ol C0TTO5.
Stock on hand 1st september, 1307.bales-10,250
Cleared today. none
CJatred previously. 87,683-37,680
Stock on hand and on thipboaad. 47,232
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post, of saturdav, November
Gol ia lower to-dar. in consequence of the foreigo
news being eu pceeJ ta be moro p.c flo. The rate ter
carrying ovtrbalan ea is LT. per ceat.
The only ion-re- ..: interett at the Stock Exchange aro
the conti .ucd and it creasaig antic:-, sion thai Congms
will pans a jola; rosi lutio i slopping fjr th.r coLtraetio.i
Of the curren y, and no ap,carunco in the marko ot
acme of ihe Ravings. Bank.-* tnd ether mcnicd mau
? nona, wuich r-old their liovernraom bouds ur tho
high prices ml ng la ti.e sunimtr, and are now huyin?
theo) oacaat the current rates, weich aro consider ?ly
The loan market is easy at 6 a 7 -fi cent, on call Tie
discount demand is emull, and the rate? ary 7 a 7v tor
the choices' grader. J he Wc* ern exchang. B ar e still in
favor of New York, and the flo* of curroucy seiBthis
way. From the >outh there i-* sumo dctnaud tor curren?
cy, but not to a very iarje extent
^flTWYOBK, November 16- Fxoca, 4c- ThennrM
?T Western and Sute Flour ls less active, and pne s ar
Irregular; medium gradta are depressed; to efloe. salua a
.lue ?J; o a wo ld h.ve to be male.
Ihe sales a e 82 0 bb.s at i? 46 a 9 for superfine State;
$9 66 910 .or txtra State; ; lo a lu 30 for laney Sta c*
SJ 30 a 9 do lor tho low t.raues o: br ring W eat Weetara
latz*; *lu 4 lJ 7o ?or good to choice Skiing Wheat Battras:
SS 70 a, lu 63 lor bhipu.ng Ohio; ?lu 80 a 13 40 :or tra J
and fan-Ly tranue; kino a .2 20 for umber ^:Lter
Wheat, extra Michigan and induna; $12 30 a 15 00 for
White Wheat extras do d^, and ?ll & 16 ?0 for St i.ouis
bouthern Flour is unchanged. Sales of 800 bbls at
$9 86 a ll 75 Lr ordinary-to good extra ialumore and
country ; ITO 90 a i4 for extra and lanaily Georgia and
Virginia, and $11 25 a 14 60 for common to choice extra
and family Marvhnil and Delaware.
O ita are activo* and better. Tho salo? ore 65,000 boah
Ohio and western at 7S a 79.'-ic.
Kve ls b-jttpr and in mir doraad tor export. Thc
sales aro ,000 bus!i of wosiern at ot $1 05.
Corn ope'ic 11? little Armer with a good demand for
choice bflo. t. bur toward ibo close rather lower prices
were accepted, partiell arly for that in store.
Tho sales .ire ?7,5 00 bu.=l). Damp and ui'sound ot SI:
wcst< ru rn xo~i at si 34 a 1 34 in store, SI 35 a 1 36
a? at. rlo-ing at SI 33 a 1 3t?.
Puovi-iox-;-t h>> demand for Pork has been fair at
ab ut tonner fl uros, bu* the market closes very heavy.
The sales, cash aud regular, aro 1500 b?te at ?21 a 21 10
for mess, now offered a; $20 95.
Beef is dull at i reviou ratos. Sales of 10C bbls at $11
a S19 for plain mesa, and $19 for extra moss.
Beet hains oro dull. Sales of small lots at $27 a $29.
Bacon is very dull and rather heavy. We hear of
nothing doing tor Jorwara delivery. Sales on the spot of
:5o foxes uty atl2>iclor short "rib, and 12^c for long
Lard is mo;leratc*y activo at about former fl ures.
Sales of 400 bbls. and res.. at 12 \? tor No. 1,13 a \3>i for
city; 13>? a 13??c for lair to primo steam, and kentle
COFFEE-We hoar of no ohar.ge la prices.
COTTON- The markat is wea. and much depressed,
with a declining tendency. We quote :
Cplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinarv.UX W 16 15 K
Low Middling.17 17 ITJi 17J?
Midd lng. 113? 18 18? 18X
Good Miduliug.19 20 20 22
HAT-Tho demand ia fair and tho market firm at SO?
for sb pping. aud SI 10 a 1 4 1 tor retail lots.
HEMP- Aianilli u dud at 12sc gold. Other kinds ore
MOLASSES.-We hear of rosales; prices aro nominal.
NAVAL STORES-spirits of 1 urpeuUue is firm. Rosins
are dun and heavy. Wo quote zs follows: Spirits of
Turpentine, free, p:i gallon, 64 a 55c; Spirits ol Turpen?
tine, in bond, par t'adon, 44 a 45c; Crude Turpentine, in
bbl , per 250 lt-.; SI 51 ; Rroius common, in bbls., per
bul., S3 25 o 3 35 ; Rosins, strained, in bbls., per bi l.,
S3 37? a 3 5?; Rosi :s. No. 2, in bbls., $ bbl., S3 75
a 4 25; Hosins, No. 1, in bbls., ~$ bbl.. S4 S3 a 4 75; Ro?
sins, pal.-, in nu.-., V bul $4 50 a 5 50; Rosins, extra pale,
in bbls., 9 bbl., SC a 7; Rosins, window glass, lu
bois., fi bbl.. $7 2o a 8; Tar, .North County, in bbls.,
fl bbl, Si a 3 25; Tar, Wilmington, in bblB., per
bbl., 82 50 a S 50; Pitci, city, in bbls.. fl bl., $8 75 J
Pitch. Southern, in bbls., 9 bbL, $3 67>fi.
B?TTEB.-liest qualities are in demand, but poorer
quai.ties are duli and heavy. Pric-s generally are
better. We quote as ?ollo.vs: Goshen rnd 1 -range county,
psi s, "9 rb. 50 a 65 ots, State firkins and tubs, good to
choice, 40 a 42c; libnois, Iowa and Minc t-ota, 25a8Cc;
Western Reser.e, good to choice 32 a 35c; State tub9,
Welsh, good to choice, 40 a 42c; Chlo, common to fair,
'JO a 24:.
SUGAB.- The bu'iness in raw is only moue. re. Prices
arc steady at a 12c tor fair to good rennins. i.;<lned
FREIGHTS.-To liverpool. 100 tons provisions at 45s;
50 bales cotton at >jd a >,d, and 600 bo.s rosin at 3s per
280 pounds To Antwerp, 30,000 bushels wheat on pri?
va, e terms.
Consignees per south Carolina Kailroa.ii,
1087 bales Cotton. 4i bales Mdzo, 80 sacks Flour, 130
oags Rou'h i.ice, 115 b gs Peas. 43 bbls Naval stores, 1
car ruruiture. Atc. JoliW Williams ft Co, Cart, Kopff
S Jervey, Ciacius A Witto, S C Turner. E fi Rodgers A
Co, E J Wiss A co. Johnston, Crews ft Co. W W mith,
H L Jeffers A Co, J B E sloan. J lt Priu^.G H Walter a
C?, Hunt Bros. Willis A Clsoim. Mowry A.- Co. Howard
A Bro, C N Averill A Son. J H Raggett ft Co, C P Pop
peuhelm, Mrs R Lock>.ocd. R Jame-, J Waltcrbel', W
H Cuaieo, J Mortimer, H N Emlyn, Adam?, Frost ft Co,
col Hunt. M ?old.mith ft son, Railroad f geut, Courte?
nay A; Trenholm, Stenhouse A Co, Boliamy ft Robinson,
B Mure & Oo, Utsey s Kenyan, Z Davis, G E Pritchett,
O Reeder, T M 3r.stolL ? W Mikel!, A J salinas. Lauroy
ft Ai tx tn J ir. W scmpken A Co, L A Lalue, H Bischoff A
Co, L M Ayer & Co, W P Dowling. Burke ft Son, J Wiley,
W C Dukes ft Co, G W Clark ft < o, L D HeSausBUre, lt E
Penna!, Uracser, Lee, Smith ft Co, ? Wilkie, J Campsen
ft Co. Jeffords ft Co, SJ Lebby. F C Mcy.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
'460 bales Cotton Mdze, fto. To F A Sawyer, J H Bag
get: & LO. Kaveuel ft Co, Mowry ft Co, Williams ft Co.
Adams, Frost ft co, J ft J D Kirkpatrick, J M Caldwell ft
son, E H Rodgers ft Co, W K Ryan, Graeser, Lee, Smith
A CO, Kendall ft Dockery, Z Lavis, Willis A Chisolm, C J
Colcock, Mrs McNeill, Gaillard ft Minot t, M ueraghty, J
B E Sloan, and Order.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jacksonville
Fernandina and Savai uah-J Temp eton. Miss A and J
Dane. Mr and Mrs Collins, Ur and un Clifford, Mr and
Mn-Grace, Mus L Clinton, C .stewart, M t hui chill, M
Adams, Mr Wirt, Mr Bil' y. Ml s McRae, Miss Turley, F
Connelly, Mr and Mrs Floreuce, Mr sud Mrs butane,
Mr Cane, Mr H edd. lek, J McLaughlin, H B H Oppen
heirn, J Swan, D t> McRorey, D b Hall. Mr Hardee and
lady, J L Savage. D R Thompson, wile und child. Misa A
Creighton. J Li ray, J 'ihomps n, C J Worabwell, whe
and daughter. Lieut Hunbug and 2 Officers and 140
so.diera Co E, 3d U S Artillery, and 2 deck.
Per steamer Pi'ot Boy. from Savannah, via Beaufort,
Hilton Read, to-A VCfenp.iJ. D C Wilson, W Harrison,
Rev M French, I F Sams, Dr Johnston, W J Faulk,
atti? Kate Quinn, and 21 deck.
Per steamer Emilio, from Georgetown, S C-Mr
Mazvck, Mr Manigauli, Mr Munnorlyn, H Buck, Miss
Buck, P W Fraser, B Allston aud lady, Mrs Robins an. J
J Perkins Misa M Callaban, Master C M Tiiton, Master
R O luton, Miss M L Tilton, Misa L A Tiiton. and 10 on
PORT C AJL E N UAR.
PHASES Off HIE MOO!?.
First Q. 4th, 10h. 7m. morn
Fui! M. 1 Itu. 7u. COui. even I
Last Q. 18th,llh. 40m.morn
New M. 26tli,llb. 41m, evan
niara. 1 SKIS.
PORT OF CHAItLKSTO'i .
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, New York-1 ft -
inst Mdze. To Juo ft Theo Getty, Railroad Agents, W
Roach, L Wciskopff, Bissel ft Co, J N Robson, Welch ft
Harvey, A H Ua.tden, Cameron, Barkley ft Co, J Heese
man ft Uro, C P Poppe uh elm, J ft W H Armstrong, J A
Quackenbush, a O'.N'eiU, B ft A P Caldwrli, Little ft Mar?
ana 1, W G Wnllden ft Co, StoU. Webb ft Co, Brown ft
Hyer, Lauroy ft Alexander, Mrs M J Zaruow, Johnston,
Crews ft Co, J Kline, J R Read ft Co, 'ioudkop ft Benth
ncr, C Stackley, D O'Neill ft Son, N ? Hunt, J B McEl
hose, A Linstedt, A W ickel ft Co, E N Faller, C Volgbt,
J C smad, E H Rodgers ft Co, Mulch ora ft Muller, W M
Bird ft Co, and others.
Sehr F B Colton, Robinson, Philadelphia-7 days.
Coal. To Bialey ft Creighton, W J >hnson.
Suhr Ann S Deas, trom We t Pol it MIR. 163 bbls Blee.
To street Bros ft Co, H&Venei ft Ca, G H Hoppock.
?'ehr Louisa, from Cooper Riv.f. 900 bushels Rough
Ric .. To Thuratou ft Holmes.
Steamer Dictator, Payne, t alalka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah, J 61 bales S I and 15 bales
Upland Cotton, 61 Bones, 1 Battery Artillery. Mdze. fto.
To J D Aiken ft Co, G H Irgraham ft Son, Fraser ft Dill,
Roper ft stoney. J ft J D Xirkpatrick-, Welsh ft Brandea,
J salvo, Bart 4 Wirth, Major S A Poarcs, Jr, W M Law?
ton, PUickney Bros, Mr u t, Hucbot ft Co, D S Mo Viii.
Johnston, Crews ft Co, Col E H Locke, B W Wilhams ft
CO. M G ldsmlth ft Sr a, J H ?aggett ft Co, T H Parker,
C A Caldwell. McKay ft Campbell, F A MltchtlL 'tem?
pleton Bro hers Tho tri cai co.
Steamer Pilot Bo/, McNelty, Savannah, via Hilton
Head uni Boaufo t. 23 halos s 1 Cotton, 27 Horses, 31
bags Corn, bales Hides, bbls Oranges, and .-undrios. To
J Fergu.-on, Cohen, Hauckel ft Co, Roper ft Stoney, W
Gurner, Adams, Frost ft Co, A Q Muster, Soutbern Ex?
press Co, Bollmann Bros, Mrs Eliza F Holmes, Rsv. nul
ft Co, Ena ow ft Co, W Hastie, Bev M French, D 0 WU*
eon, Col J P Low, and order
Steamer Emilie, Davis, Georgetown. S C. 73 tierces
Rice, and Sundries. To Shuckelford ft K l'y, J B
Pria le, W Gurney, a Klatte ft Co, Th. raton ft Holmes,
J Sc firmer, ano otho: 9.
Reotivcd from Chisolm' s Mill-160 tierces Bice. To
From thia Port.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore, Nov 17.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Matanzas, Ryder, at New York, Nov ll
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York, Nov 16.
british steamshJv Pioneer, shack!ord. at .NOW York, Nov
Scar Wide World, Hildreth, at Philadelphia, Nov 15.
The steamer George, from this port for New York, ar*
rived at Norfolk, Va, Nov IS.
LIST UP VES SK LS
CF, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Die -kjold, Albrechtaen, up.Oct 29
S ir bark Kjelleatadt, Werge, cleared.Oet 16
British bark Yum un, Thompson. 1 teared.Sept 23
Hie Hakou Adelsteln, Backer, up.Sept 14
1 ia Pawnee, Auk ax, sailed. Oct 6
The Berths, Anderson, sailed.Oct 23
Ru Competitor, Turner, up.Oet 4
iremen bark Gauss, Wieling, railed.Oct 6
Sent yicanar. --. sailed.Nov 14
Spaniah sehr Cami!., To?a, sa ii ed.Nov 1
Steamship Georgs B Upton. Rich, to leava.Nov 19
Uark John Fyfe, Luce, cleared.Nov 4
?ehr E B Glover, Ingersoll, up.Nov 9
?teamahip Champion. Lockwood, cleared .Nov 16
3toam.hi;i Matanzas, Ityuex. cleared.Novia
Bntiau su ama. ip Pi. near, >hicU;ord, cleared... .Nov 16
steamship Miami,--, to leave N c 0
-hiv St L iu:s, Hubbard, clear. d...'.'.*.V.V.".V.'.*.'.'.!Nov 14
?c?r Ame-.'icut, Moss, up..............Nov 5
sehr N W Smith. Tooker, . korel...'.!.'.."!.'.'.!NOV 7
sehr L A E ?wards. Marchall, cleared. '.'<ov 7
sehr yrovtr. Hughes, up.i..... ....Nov 7
.chr Carri S Webb. WVrt tufton, charedNov 7
?ichr ELF Wales, Jackaway, cleared."?;0V 7
:c .r A G Irelan I. Townsend, up.\ov g
-chr Harriet Newell. Goull. up.^-ov 1S
?ehr Mattio E Taber. Morris, cleared..!..'.'!?ov ll
:chr Maggie McNeill. Snow, cleared.??0T 6
}chr Wide World, Hildreth, cleared.SCV 16
5chr David ? Keeling,-. cleared.Kov 14
Sehr Shiloh. Hubbird, un.\,ov 16
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February 25 Orange borg, 8
Headquarters Second Military- DUrtrloM
CHABLESTOX, S. C., October 16, 1867. J
[GENERAL ORDHrs, >o. 99.]
By tho terms of tho Act of Congress entitled "An Act
to pr?vido for tho more efficient government of tho
Bebel States," passed Maroh 2d, 18C7, and of the Acts of
March 23d, and July 19tb, 1867. supplementary thereto,
it is mado the duty of the Commanding General o? this
MiTiiry DMrict to c ause a registration to bo made of tho
male inhabitants of thc Stato of South Carolina of the
age of twenty-ono years and upwards and qualified by
thc terms ot sat 1 Acts to vote, and alter such registra?
tion ia completo, to order in clectio i to be held, at
which tho registered voters of said Mote shall vote fer or
against a Convention, for the purpose of ostabLsbing a
Constitution and cl vd govc.nmont for tho said State,
loyal to the Union, and for delegates to said Convention,
and to give ac least thirty days' notico of the trna and
place at which said election shall bo held ; and tho said
registration having been completed ii: said Stato of |
South Carolina, it is order, d:
First. That an election be held in tho Stole of South
Carolina, commencing on Tuesday, the 19th day ol No
vemoer, 1867, aid ending on Wednesday, tao 20th day of
November, 1867, at which all legisterod voters of said
Stato may voto "For a Convention," or "Against a Con?
vention," and tor delegatos to consatute the Conven?
tion-in eise a majority of ihe votes given on that ques?
tion shall bo for a Convention, and in caso a majority of
the registered voters ahab have voitd on tho question ot
holding such convention.
Second. It Ri'tii bo ihe duty of the Boards of Registra?
tion in South Caro.ina, commencing tourtcen nays prior
to tho olc;Uyn herein ordered, and giving reasonable
public notice ot the time and place .hereof, to revise for a
period o. five days the registration lists, and upon being
satisfied that any person not entitled thor H i has been
registered, to Btrike Ibo name of such person irom tho
list; and such person shah not be entitled to vote. Tho
Boards of Registration ahull also, during the same
period add to such registers the names of all person
who at that time possess the qualifications required by
said Acts, who hare not aireaiy boon registered.
Third, in d olding who are to b J stricken from or
added tj the registratim lista, the Boards wiU be g idod
by t e law of March 2d, 1867, and the laws supplement?
ary thereto, and th-.ir attention la specially directed to
the Supplementary Act ol July 19th, 18S7.
Fourth. The said election wiU be held in each D'..;Mct
at such places as may hereafter be designated, under tj_e
superintendence of the Boards of Registration aa pro?
vided by law, and in accordance with instruct.ona here?
after to be give a to said Boards in conformity with tho
Acts of Coagrcas and as far ss may bo with tho laws ot
Fijth. All judges and darks employed in conduct ng
said election shall, before commencing to hold the same,
be sworn to the taithful peri'onnanoe of their duties, and
shall also take and subs Jibe the oath of office prescribed
by Law for officers of the United States.
Sixth. Tho polls abai, bo opened at such voting places
at elgut o'clock in the forenoon, and closed at four
o'clock in the afternoon ot each day, and shall be kept
pan during th ase hon.s without intermission or ad?
Seventh, so member of the Board of Registration, who
is a candidate lor deotion as a delegate to the Conven?
tion, shall serve as a judge of the election in any District
whi-.'h he seeks to represent.
Eighth, 'ibo Sheriff and other peace officers of each
District are required to be present during the wh.le t mo
that the polls are kept open, and until the election is
completed ; and will oe liane responsible that there
shall be no interierence willi Judges ot elections, or other
interruption of good order, lt there shou.d bo more
than one palling place iu any District, the Sherill of the
District is empowered and directed to make such assign?
ments of his deputio , and other peace officers, to the
Other pching places, as may, in his judgment, best sub?
serve the purposes of quiet and order ; and he is fur?
ther required to report these arrangements In ad var ce to
the rtninm?nricr of the Military Post in which his Dis?
trict ia situated.
yinth. Violence, or threats of violenco, or of discharge
from employment, or other oppressive means to prevent
any person from registering, or exercising his right of
voling, is positive.y prohioite i, and any such attempts
will be reported by the ro?Ltrars or judges of elections
to the Post Commander, and will cause the arrest and
trial ot the offenders by military authority.
Tenth. All bar-rooms, saloons, and other places for the
sale of liquors by retail, will be closed from 0 o'clock ot
the evening of the 18th of Novembur, un .ii 6 o'dock of
the morning of the 21st of November, 1867, and during
this time the sale of all intoxicating liquor, at or near
any polling place la prohibited. The poJce ofiLers ot
cities and towns, and tho Sheriffs and other peace officers
of Diauriota, will be held responsible tor tho strict eu
forcement of thts prohibition, aad will promptly arrest
and hold for trial all parsons who may transgress it
Eleventh. Military interference with eleotloua "unless
lt shall bo necessary to repel tho armed enemies of the
United States, or to keep the pesco at the polia," ls pro?
hibited by the Act of Congress approved February 23ih,
186S, and no soldiers will be allowed to appear at any
polling place, unless as citi/ana of tho State they are
qualified and ara rogistorod ui voters, ana then ouly lor
tho purpose of votUg; but the Commanders ol Posts
will keep their troops w ell in hand on the days of elec?
tion, and will be prepared to act promptly if the civil
authorities aro unable to preserve the peace
Twelfth. Tho returns required by law to be made to the
Commander of tho District of the result of this election,
will be rendered by tho Boards of Registration ol the
s varal registration precincts through the Commanders
of tho Military Posts in which th air precincts are situa?
ted, and in acoordance with the detailed instructions
hereaiter to be given.
Thirteenth. The number of delegates to the Convention
ls determined by law, and is the number of members ot
the most numerous branch of tho Legislature for tho
year dghteen hundred and sixty, and this numbor, ono
hundred and twenty-four, is apportioned to the repre?
sentativo Districts of tba Stats in the ratio of registered
voters aa I olio wa:
District of Charleston.Nine (9) Delegates.
Disoiot of Berkdsy.Nine (9j Delegates.
Dial'let of Collo ton.l ive (0) Ddogates.
District of Beaufort.Seven (7) Delegates.
District cf Georgetown.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Berry.Two (2) Ddegatoa.
District cf WUllamsb. g.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Marion.lour (4) Dolega.es.
District of Darlington.Four (4) Delegates
District of Marlboro'.Tiro (2) Delegates.
District of Chesterfield.Two (2) Ddegates.
District of Sumter.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Clarendon.Two (2) Delegates.
D. strict of i urn wall.>ix (6) Delegates.
District of Luge ?cid.seven (7) Ddogates.
District of Oraugaburg.hire (S) Delantes.
District of Kershaw.?hree (3) Delegates.
? Ls trie t of Richland.Four (4) Ddegates.
District of Lexington.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Newberry.Three (8, Delegates.
District of Laurens.Four (4; Ddegatoa.
District of Abb?ville.Fire (6) Delegates.
District of Anderson.T?re. (8) Delegates.
District of Greenville.Four 14) Delegates.
District o? lichens.Three (3) Delegates.
District ot Spartanburg.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Union.Three (3) Delegates.
District of York.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Chester.Three (3) Delcg tee.
Diatr.ct if Fairfield.Three (8| Delegates.
District of Lancaster.Two (2) Ddegates.
By command of Bvt, Major-Generd ED. R. S. CANBX.
LOUIS V. CAZIARO,
Ald-de-Camp, Act'g. Asst AdJ't, Gen.
Official : LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Ald-de-Camp. A. A. A. G.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASURY O FICE, I
OCTOBXB 2, 1867. I
A LL AUCTION LICEN ES EXPIRAD BX" ORf-L
OL NANCE on 80th September. Renewals will t
trauted on application at this office, if made during 2 Kn
Month. S. TBOMAs, City Treasurer.
Dmcx CLXBX OT CormcTt, 1
May 1867. i
The following Section of " An Ordinance to at ohsa the
iffice of sperin tendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
ug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
?ity of Cha ri os s ton Clean, and for other purposss," ls
lereby published for the information of ail concerned :
For the due protection of the add contractor or con
raatcrs, it it further ordained, Ihat every owner, lesses,
icoupanl and tenant of any premises iron ting in any
ticut, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
iiluL placed in Iront of his or her lot, in a burrel, box or
leap, and In reac'tneas far the contractor, by tho hour ol
.aveu o'clock, A. M., ire cu the tint day ot May to the
last day of November in every year ; and by the hour ol
une o'clock, A M., frc m the first day of November to
he first day of May following. And an? person offend
ng herron, or placing any ehrt, filth, garbage, or othei
i jal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
tours above named, aimil be subject to a fine not lest
han two nor moro than five dollars, for each and avery
Hence, to bc imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May L5 _Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLlOE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C.. Mar 4. I?07. J
rBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AN1 | ^
inclosures, vaults, Ac, will commence on Monda;
ezi. Gt mat. Owners and occupants are tereby require. | t
o eec that their premises are in good condition and thu'
ll liltb aud garbage is removea as reqiiired by Ord?
ance. Other inspections will follow.
Pv order of Mayor GAXLLARO.
C. B. SIG WA LD.
OhW ef Police.
M Kt. LOA A.
MA TORA LIT OF CHARLESTON, I
Orri Halo, November 9, ldtitk j
A LL PERSON^ DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TSh
3L Burnt Districts and Waste Placer of tho City, ni?
er "Au Act ot the General Assembly, givng author. J
i tho City Council o! Charleston to procee i in tho ton.
?r ot a Fin Loan, with a view to au ?u building up tr.'
itv anew." are hereby notified that the form of apj.it
aticu for loans can bc obtained ai the office ef the Cieil
f Couucil, between the hours ol 'J A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must be?" d In the above mention-(I
iT.ce, as the Committee will raeet every Monday to cor
'Uer tbt same.
By order of ihe Mayer W. ti. SMITH,
November tn_?Merk ot Council.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER.
CONNOR* ? CARTER, PROPRIETORS.
PtBLISHED LVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
hi u.U- & c' HaviBe 8 l3r?e subscription
idv?t .rill , rab!e mediuiB t0 Me.chants und all
^DlT,. dtfe t0 "t,0(1 ,htlr business in thc
I i MmLVhu^''1- ?Utes 01 ad.crtia.ng iib
SajnutM "W 0i PlipCr ient ? ^plication.
.fiords great advautag*, to advertieVr, ^? bU'e'
0 our Agent, Mr l??UDkK ? the Mills House.
.XH'JS. t aa.lt. GBENLKliR
November .na ^opneTora,
Headquarter* Second Military District, ?
CHARLESTON, 8. C., October 38, 1867. J
L Commanding Officers of Posts, upon the nomina
ions oi tho Boards of Ro?rislr.\t? m, will appoint for otoh
:lecUon procimt or polling plaoo within their oommtnd?,
V^ice discreet and dub qnalified persons, who will te
Jeanna ted "Managers of Eiections"-ni all appoint
monts for the State of South Carolina-and "Inspectors
of Election*" whee appointed for >'orth Carolina.
II. When su.tablo persons cannot otherwise be ob?
tained, momberc of tho Boards of Registration wit. bo
eligible for that purpose.
HI. When lt is impracti:able to fill such offices for any
election precinct or polling place, such election precinct
or poiliug place will, by order of the Pott Commander,
bo consolidated with an adjoining oleclion precinct or
polling place for which such appointments are complete.
Such consolidation ?ill only bo made among tho respec?
tiva election precincts belonging to ono registration pre?
IV. The order appointing officers of elections will
specify the election precinct or polling place by number,
and also by the local name or designation thereof, if any,
and also will specify tee registration precinct to which
the same belongs, and the County or Di.trict for which
the same is mado; and such order will be forwarded with?
out dolay to these Headquarters.
V. Ihe officers appoiated as above pt ovidod will, im?
mediately upon being appointed by tho orders of (be
Commanding Omcers of Post*, qualify by taking the
oath prcsoriboil in General Orders No. 85, current series,
irom theso Headquarters, Form Mo. L.
VL Commanding Officers of Posts will fill ah vacan?
cies in the office of Registrar that may occur, stating in
tho order therefor the persons to whose places such ap?
pointment is made, and the cause of aunh vacancy; and
such appointee will 'orthwitb qualify.
VII. Whan a Registrar la a candidate for election at
the election ordered to take pla -c on fae 19th and 20tb
days of November next, ho shall give notice thereof to
the Post Commander, and such office of Registrar shall
be deemed vacant
VJ LL Ihe powers and duties of Begiitrars as superin?
tendents of elections, and of officers ol' elections whose
appointments are hereon provided for, will no fixed by
General Orders. f
IX Managers and Inspectors of Elections will receive
no pay or mileage, but will be entitled for clerical labor,
not to exceed tho sum of ton dollars for each Board for
all duti05 performed in regard to elections.
X. Tho pa and mileage of Beg; s tra:-a as superintend?
ents of elections will be fixed by General Orders.
By command of Bvt Major-General En. B. 8. CAirar.
LOUIS V. CAZIABO,
Alde-de-Camp, Act'g. Aas't, Adj't. Geni.
Official : L. V. C AZIARC, Aide-de-camp, Act'g. Aas't
Headquarters Second Military District,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.. October 33, 1M7. J
[GENERAL OBDXBS, NO. 106.]
I. The follow! g supplementary instructions are pub?
lished for government of Boards and officers connected
LL A session of each Board of Registration, for the
final revision of the registration Ulta, will be held at a
convenient po'nt ta be selected by the Board, wi thia its
registration precinct 'Ihe lerml Boards will not sit ic
the several eleoUon precincts aa hore:o:ore, but ats
single place designated as above provided; and any per?
son entitled to registration within such registration pre?
cincts, will be there registered in the book of the elec?
tion precinct 'n which be may reside.
UL The section for final revision will be held on
Tuesday, the 5th day of November nert, and will continue
five consecutive days,
TV. Reasonable public notice shall be given in each
election precinct where registration has heretolore
akeu plaoo, of tho time and place of holding the session
provided tor in paragraph IL and of the object of such ses?
sion os provided by acts of Congress m relation thereto.
V. Commanding Officers of Posts are required to con?
vene, by crJer, the Boards of Registration, at some con?
venient placo within their respective registration pre?
cincts immediately upon receipt of ibis ordsr, for the
purpose of making arrangements for holding tho session
provided for in paragraph TL
VI. At the meeting provided for by paragraph HT, tb'?
Boarus will tako measures to cause due notice to be
gven, . f tho meeting for final revision, as prescribed in
VII. ibo Commanding Officers of Posta will, aa far 3
practicable, alford faculties ti the Boat da in the publica?
tion of such notices, by requiting local civil m agu trates
or other officers in the vicinity where notices are to
tie po. ted, to attend to the posting of such notices as
may be transmitted to them for t.at purpose by mall or
otherwise, by the Boards of Registration.
VIII. Tho pay and mileage of registrars upon the final
revision will be the same a? heretofore allowed, exoept
that only eight days will be allowed for all service* ren?
dered by the ro^istra.-j. Mileage will only be allowed
for one journey to and f om each of the two sessions ot
tho Boards herein provided for.
rx The final registration will be completed >? duplx
cale in tho ra, nitration books alreuly provided; and ou
the completion thereof, one set of sail books will be re?
tained by the Boards ot tte/lstratlon, to be placed In the
hands of he managers and inspectors of elections wheo
such officers shall be appointed ord duly qualified, and
the other set will bo transmitted through the Post Com
m anders to these Headquarters.
X Commanding Officers of Posts will iee that all
orders in regard to the completion of the lists are com?
plied with, and that the booie are complete in accord?
ance with such orders, before forwarding the name as
By command of Bvt Msjor-Ocniiral En. R. S. CJA?TBT.
LOUIS V. CAZUBC,
Aide de-Camp, Act Asst Adjt,-General.
Official: 0. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-camp.
Headquarters Second Military District, i
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 31, 1867. j
?GEVKHAL Ons EBS No. 106.]
Post Commanders may admit to bail persons not sub?
ject to the Articles of War, held lu arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
os provided ic tue following paragraph:
Security shall consist: 1st of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond ts required aa call by the State
law in Ilka oases; or, 3d, of a bond m like sum, running
to ths Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all orders, with surety, who must bi a freeholder
and must Jus. ity in twice tho amount of tho penalty, and
must nuder s si. authorize any officer so ordered by tho
Pott commander, In case of default and non-payment
by the surety on dem.nd, to i.ummarlJy seise and sall
sufficient of the property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy the forfeiture and costs; anti immediately upon de?
fault made, the bond shall coiistl rute a Usn upon the per?
sonal property of both principal and surety.
All bail and other benda taken under military authori?
ty will conform to the foregoing directions when not
otberwiso specially provided.
By command of Bvt Major-General En. B. S. Gum.
LOUIS V. CA2IABC,
Ald-do-Camp, Act'g Asst. Adj't Gent
Official: O. M. MITCHEL. Aid-de-Camp.
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T. F. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor.
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THE IMPROVED ORIENTAI.
MEDICINE AND i: URGER Y.
rTTHE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OT MEDICINE
1 AND SUBGEBY WJB organized in 1848. Chartered
by the Legislature. February 30.1863, Name changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic v.ed.tal col?
lege. Ol Pliiladelphia, in 18JO. in 1863 lt purer.ia td thc
Penney Irania Medical college, ea shushed in 15 vi, ano
the Pblladelphla Medical Collcgo, which had previously
been merged into the Pennsylvania Mt dioal i diego. In
1864 lt purchased the Penn Medical Univ, rai j. Ta>
Trustees of the separate schools unitod, pe Jtioned and
obtained a special Act of the Leyla ature, consolidating
these institutions and oha-glng their names to that ol the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
al arch 16, 1865. Ail these various Acta are publl bed in
the statutes or Pennsylvania. Tho coat ot* the > uilding
and mus?um waa over one hundred thousand dollars, lt
will ba observed that the University, ?snow organized, is
the legal representativo of the tour Medical Colleges that
ll baa absorbed. It ls a liberal acho. 1 ot medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached io any medical cliques,
but embraceaIn its *??*hing everything o? value to the
?'??..'om.-It has two full sessions etch year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and continuing until the 1st of
January, aa ita first session, and from the 1st of January
to the lat ot April, aa Ita second; the two co ns ti tu nag one
full course of lectures. It has also a summer seaalon,
commencing the lat April and continuing until August,
for the preparatory branches, such aa Latin, Greek,
Mathematica, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tickeu.- Tickets to the full course of lecturas $130, or
MO for each session. For the summer or preparatory j
course $26. Oraudating tee $30. To aid young men ot j
moderate means, the University has issued five nun dr ed
scholarships, which ara sold to flrst-courso students tor
$76, and to seoond-course students and clergymen for
$60, eich constituting tho holder a life member, with tho
perpetual i rivileges of tho lecturas, and all the teachings
ot the school. The only additional tees are a > early dis?
secting and matriculating ticket, ooah of which ls $5.
Th* Advantagu of Scholarthipt.-Tho student holding a
scholarship can enter tho College at any time during the
year, at tena as long aa he cbousos, and re-enter the inst. .
ration as Lequantly as do.lred.
It requires no previous reading or study to enter the
University on scholarships, banoo, all private tuition foot
Students, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other
business a part of tba time.
The candidat? for graduation can present himself at
any tima, and receive ula decree aa soon aa qualified.
In casa a stn ont should hold a acholaran!p and not be
able to attend lectures, it can be tranafarred to another,
thus provan ting an ' loa?.
Parents, guardian? or friends of s trod an ta wUning to J
purchaae scholarship lor them a year or mora bal ore
their attendance at toe University, can secure them by
advancing one-half the price and paying the balan?a
when the student entera. Physicians and benevolent ?
men can beotow great benefit upon poor young man by
pr Baan Ung them a scholarship, and thus enabling them
to ootun an honorable profession.
The Faculty em bracea aoven teen eminent physicians
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