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VOLUME V.NO. 635. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
VGLJjME V.NO. 703.
[SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO TUE CHARLESTON DAILY
CHES THE, November 19-6 P. M.-The election*
have passed off Vel7 quietly, but general business
The voto "For Convention" was, whites three,
and blaoks tliree hundred. This was expected.
Threa white votes were cast "Against Conven?
CAMDEN, November 19-5 30 P. M.-The vote oil
the Convention question baa been tole: ably large
but tho white peoplo hava had nothing to do with
it. There were no votes cast "Against Convention.''
and the voto 1 'For Convention" was threo whiten
and titree hundred and ninoty blaoks. Ali quiet
BcsrsiEBVILLE, Novombor 19-Evening.-Thoro
were twa polia open, and only two white votes wore
cast. The vote for St. George's Parian was, "for
Convection," whites 1 and blacks G59, ono whito
voto being cast "against Convoution." At tho
other poll, the black vote "for Convention" was 488.
The colored peoplo have been orderly i i their
doportment, and ah:w no disposition to be offen?
sive or obtrusivo.
Orangeburg Dis vile t.
OBANQEBCBG), Novembor 19-2 P. IL-Up to this j
time no wuit9 votos have baan polled, but tho
blaok voce is lirgG.
There was a largo crowd during the morning,
and many of tho negroes wera armed; but all went
Bu AN CH VIL LE, November 19-6 P. M.- The vote
"for Convoation'- is 338 blacks and no whites.
Th;ro bas been no trouble, and no disturbance.
No votes were ca3t "against Convention."
AIKEN, Novomber 19-6 P. M.-Only two whito
votes havi3 beau polled, and tho black voto is not
yet counted. Some excitamont sprung up early
this mo.ning, but it originated in an ingenious
rumor, and all has baan wonderfully quiet.
Oar European Dispatches.
[BX ATLANTIC TELXOUAPH.]
LTVXSXOOL, November 18.-Everting.-Markets
quiet and without quotable cha ?go.
Our IHarana Dispatches.
[3? CCD A TELEG3APE.]
HAVANA, Novombor 13.-Tho French steamer
Bonama baa arrwed from Vera Cruz, bringing tbe
Pru8s.au, Front u, and Bolivian Ministers, and
Priuoo Salm Sa m.
Tegetboff has secured Maximilian's body, and
wJl arrive from Vera Cruz soon. The body is
HAVANA, November 19.-A hurricano swept St.
Domingo October 80th, lasting lour hours, de- o
latin? the Capital, destroying two hundred lives, ,
and nearly all tho shipping in tho barb jr. is o
American vessels reported among them. No news ,
from tu? interior. <
Sugar firm at 8? reals. Exchange on London j
lit) a 14$. F?deral currency 25? a 2d per cent, dis- '
jouat- Ctold, long 8, and short 5 premium.
Uar Wash! ip ?on Dispatches.
THE PRESIDENT AND -US OFFICERS-MOBS ACTION
AOAINST MILITARY BS?' 0NSTBUCTION-NSW STATES.
WASHINGTON, .^vember 19-The Pr?sident is ,
v said to ba displeased with Commissioner Kaw lin a ?
evidence before tho Impeachment Committee. ,
Colfax has not yet prepared lists of committees.
" 'OcJlimisiioner Bawiins will probably be removed *
bj the 1st December.
Henry Sherman, of the Lone Branch Third 1
Auditor's offloe, is author of the article attributed
General Imboden applies for an inj unction
against General Schofield's denying him the suf?
frage. If the injunction is refused be will apply
to the Supreme Court.
Th? Southern Radicals will boid a Convention
?ere February 22d.
Thaddeus Stevens has under consideration the
advisability of dividing tte State of Texas into two
or more State?, and has announced his intcnt.on
of introducing a bill for that purpo?o during tho
coming session. To-day ho was for a long time
engaged in collecting inf ?rmation respecting tho
population, condition and iuterests of tho different
sections of the State, and ho ri quested a Texan
editor to furnish him witb all thc information ob?
tainable hearing cn tho question.
' Th? Cabinet hold a prolonged session-all wero
praient but Mr. VVcdes.
The revenue ?weipts to-day amount to two hun?
dred and ninety-nine t?iousau? ^Haxs.
It ia stated that England does tot approve of
the negotiations with Denmark for the purohaae
of tho islands.
Unless ordered, Mr. Colfax will not name thc
Committees until the c.mmencement of tho regu?
Juarez has ^iven permission for tho transporta?
tion of army atoros through Mexico to tho Federal
troops on the Northern borders.
The Greek Legation bas advices that thc Can?
d?an war bas bjen vigorously resumed.
The Peruvian Minister was presented to th?
A lsrge procession of working mon in favor of
Gan aral Carey has tikon place.
Tao Elections In North Carolina.
WtLsnxQTON, November 19.-Tho emotion is
passing very quietly, about H?0 votes were polled,
nearly all of whian were negroes, 125 whi.es voting
against the Cou vondon. The whites will vote to?
morrow almost unanimou ly against & Coavs-*
BALEIOH, November 19.-ine election passed
quietly without any disturbance The negroes be?
haved with tho utmost propriety, A sue ag milita?
ry and police force wero stationed as tao
polls, and paraded the streets tna '.rielo d y.
It ?a impossible to toll tne result of to-dayt
yotiug. Aoout 1200 votes wsrc cast, mostly
negroes, and Badioals wita but two excep?
tion?. The whites reservo their strength until
to-morrow. Many blacks forgot thoir names un?
der which tbey registered ant' .ost their votea. lt
is thought tie Badioals are ahead to-iaj. b'?; '???(.
rase majon'.y of whites ara ye: to TOte> xtopdi*.
?pal strength of the BidioaU has been airead.,
polled. The Conservatives are confident of suc?
cess.* The votes will not be counted until to-mor?
The Alabama Convention.
MCSTTOOMEBY, Novombar 19.-lathe Becoastruc
tlon Convention the Committee oa tho Militia re?
ported an ordinance ta organiza a Stats Vo.unteer
Militia forco.aubject to the orders of the Governor.
The ques ioa o: substituting the minority repor;.
on the Franchise question, for the majority re?
port, was decided ia the negative by a test voto ol'
yeas 19, naja 73. The majority report will be car?
ried. It disfranchises ail persons who do not vote
on the new Constipation, and binda the voter not
to contast negro 8uff;a?a hereafter, and not to
maltreat any person on account ot' past or present
rapport of the United S;ats3 Government Qr tau
policy of Congress.
NEW YOBS, November 19.-Tue interest ia the
Duffle and Bassey fight, which is to take p.CCo to?
morrow, ie increasing.
The articles of agreement iu reference to thc
fight between Mecoola and Coburn has bes:,
signed. The contes: will take place on the 27;u
May, and will decide tito championship, and tue
stake will be $10,000.
BcsoHAiiproN, November V.~The Susquehan
nah and Cnenangc Bivors have been frozen over,
and the weather is very cold.
FEW YOBS, No vam ocr 19-Arrivad, the Sara?
gossa from Charleston, and tho Qaaker City with
th:- Holy -.and excursionists.
MOBILE, November 19.-Tho steamer Oawnrj,
with 700 bales of cotton, was bnrncd yesterday
netr Beil'8 Landing, Alabama River. No live j
ST. Lona, November 19.-Tho :team:rs Ow;n
da and Amaranth *ro sunk in tho Upper Missouri.
NEW YOBE, November 19.-Flour dull and un
changed. Whet.t 1 a 2c. better. Corn lc. better.
Oats i a lo. beater. Pork dull; Mess $21. Lard
quiet at 12J a I8ic. Cotton firmer at 18c. Freights
eteady. Turpentine quiet at 54?c. Rosin quiet;
fjcmibon $9 80, Stocks active and a shads better, i
Money 7 per cent. Sterling unchanged. Gold
39j. '62 Coupans 1084.
Ccttou active and tinner; sales 4000 bales at 18
z 18-ic. Fleur favors buyers; State $8 30 a 10 45;
Southern $10 a 14 25. Wheat quiet; No. 1 $2 27 a
2 32. Corn - Mixed Western $134 a 138. Pork
firm. Sugar firm; Muscovado ll a 12}c. Other
arrocerios steady. Turpentine 54J a 65c. Bogia
$3 40 a 8. Freights quiot. Money very stringent
at 7 per cent. Gold 39j. Sterling firm at 9J a 9?.
Governments a fraction lower. North Carolina 6a
BALTIMOBE, November 19.-Cotton dull at 17jc. J
Flour stoady. Wheat dull-prirne red $2 50. Corn 1
acive and advancing -new white $115 a $1 26; old J
$1 38; yellow $1 35. Oats dull at 72 a 74c. Rye 50
a 55c. Provisions dull and nominal.
CINCINNATI, November 19_Flour unchanged.
New Corn declined 3c. Whiskey dull. Provisions
unchanged. Pork held at $20 00.
WiLjnxGTOK, November 19.-Turpentine quiot
at 50c. Rosiu quiet at $2 60 for No. 2, and $3 60
for No. L Tar steady at $2 25. Cotton firm at
134 a 15jo. for Middlings.
AU??STA, November 19.-Cotton market firmer;
sales 5?6 bales; receipts 873 bales. Middlings 15$
a 15$ cents.
SAVANNAH, November 19.-Cotton market firmer.
Middlings 16] a 16? conta. Sales 1250 bales; re?
ceipts' 3200 bales.
MOBILE, November 19.-Cotton-Demand good;
closed firm. Biles 2300 bales; Middlings 10c, Be
coipts 1310; exports 1678,
-NEW QBUAltt. KCVember 19-Sugar dull and
declined; yellow clariilol 13?c. Molasses active at
70 a 90c. Flour dull aod depressed; Superfine dull
at $9 a 9 25; choice $13 50 a 15. Corn dull at $1 30.
Oats, small sales at 78c. Pork dud uud declined
50c; quoted at $21 50. Bacon dull and lower; re?
tailing Shoulders 12$ a 12ic; riobod Sides 16c;
clear Sides 17c. Lard, no sales; quoted in tierces
atl^c; kegs 13Jc. Cotton firmer; Middling Or?
leans 17Jc; sales 3400 bales. Scorling 50J a 53.
Sight Exchange on New York | a t) premium. Gold
THE! ORAXo LODGE OF SOUTH CARO?
ADDRESS OF G Ra ND MASTER, GOVER?
LODGES 3EPRESSN'T ED AND LIST OP DELEGATE?.
THE PROCEEDINGS, IN FULL.
1 he Annual Oommunloaticn of the Grand Lodge
of South Carolina, commenced at noon yesterday,
LU tho Masonic Hail, corner of King and Wout
Tho number of Lodges represented waa seventy
?VO-the convocation being larger than any which
lias assembled for several years.
The Loigo wai opouod ia the third degree in
imple, form by tho Most Worshipful Grand Mas?
tor. Governor Janies L. Orr.
Tho following aro tho names of the Grand Offl
:ers of the Grand Lodge-all present.
3ov. JAMES L. OB a, Most Worshipful Grand Ma ter.
Li. BUSH CAMPBELL, pro tm. Deputy Grand Master.
iV. T. WAL i EB, P. W.
Vf. BIRO, pro Um. J. W.
I. B. PICEEIP, Grand Chiplain.
ti. W. SCHROEDER. Q. Treasurer.
EL S. BRUNS, G. Secretary.
5. W. MAURICE, S. O. Deacon.
P. B. MOSE-s, 1 , " Tw ......
j. MASsMAN, } J- ?'
P. E. COBURN. Grand Marshal.
..HORSE?. I GandStewards.
SAMUEL BUREE, Grand Tiler.
The following delegates responded to their
1. Solomon's Lodge-W. H. Bird, W. M. and the
2. Clinton Lodge-H. L. Kerr, P. M. and dele?
3. Union Kilwinning Lodge-George H. Walter.
5. Waabiugton Lodge-A. Linstrom.
9. Friendship Lodge-N. Levin.
10. St. Andrews Lodge-W. J. Trim.
II. Wiuneboro Loage
14. Oranse Lodge-C. inglesbv, d. W.
15. Cheraw Lodge-J. H. Fulduap, S. W,
17. Harmony Lodge
18. Chester Lodfle-John A Bradley, Jr.
19. Palmetto Lodore-C. G. Jaegar, W. M., O.
M. Miller, Sen. W.
20. Harmony Lodge
21. Pythagorean Lodge-J. H. Martin.
22. Harmony Lodge
23. Independent Lodge-E. H. Hutchings, W.
24. Wiiliamston Lodge-J. D. King, G. M.
25. Friendship Lodgo-W. L. Durst, J. W.
26. Beuten Lodjjo
27. Buford Lodje-J. H. Hurley. S. W.
28. Oraugeburg Lodge-J. F. Ular, W, M,
29- Ker haw Lodge
30. Ridgeway Lodgo-G. R. Hunter, P. M. and
31. Recovery Lodgo-A- Pickle, delegate.
sj. Jci*:"?'1 La(i**~
33. Aurora Lodge
34. Pendleton Ledge-A. J. Sutton, W. M., del
35. Frateruity Ledge
30. Le Candeui Loage-W. M
37. Centro Lodge
33. Allen Lodge- _
39. Richland Juodge-B. Tcaer, W. M.
40. Wiuyah Lodge-B. ilunuorlyn, W. M.
4L St. John's Lodge-J. C. Heyward, delegate.
42. Terian Lodge
43. Euroka Lodge-Hayner. 3. W.
44. Campbell Lodge-B. S. Griffio, W. M.
45. EiSogham Lodge
48. Kuigatree Lodge-S. W. Maurice, W, ?"
Hallmore, J. W.
47. Euroka Lodg3 -
43. Lebanon Lodge-C. R. Fulmore. delegate
49. Wallace Lodge-S. S. Kright, W. M.
50. Concordia Lodge- Z. W. Carwile, W. M.
51. Mackey Lodge-J. M. Reston, delegate.
52. Jackson L dge-B. J. Witherspoon, del*?
53. Clairborne Lodge
54. St. Peter's Lodge
55. Uoity ;
UM. Catawba Lodge-J. T. Hotchkiss, 8. W
57. Mount Willing Lodge-E. J. Goggans,' dele?
-58. Mount Moriah Lodge
??. ??ter Lodge-John A. Hulel. delegate.
60. C.iutcu ?.odie-S. A. Durham, W. M.
61. Harmony Lodge-W. M. 8obuyler, J. W.
62. Chanty Lodge-David Shuler, delegate,
63. Blackville Lodge-B. L. Bavmer
G4. Ciaivmont Lodge-Moses.
65. iiorrv Lodge
66. Walhalla Lc^-MelO-liw, W. M.
67. H3rn;cuiy Lodgow.
63. Hiram Lodg?_j. B. Clark, W. 5L
Moorna- i^odpe-James McCullough.
'.I. Spartan Lodge-W. K. Blake, W. M.
73. Striot Observance Lodge-Perry & Holmes.
74. Washington Ledge-G. M. Jordan, delegate,
75. Uuion Lodge
70. Landmark Lodge-J. W. \ngil 4 Holmes.
77. Maokoy Lodge-Sellers. W. M.
73. Philanthro io Lodge-S. M. Gist, J. W.
79. Keoweo Lodge
8J. Basoombe Lodge-F. A. Connor. W. AI.
81. Calhoun Lodge-R. Laaoa--ter, W. M.
SJ. Caldwell Lodge
83, Little P?e Deo,i,odge-D, B. GUohriat delo
84, True. Brotherhood Lodge-I . H. Trevett,
83. Flint H ll '??ge-A. F. Lumpkm, delegate.
33. Eolm Lodge-C. V. Barnes, S. W.
87. Ami y Lodge-P. Bodelsoever, S. W.
85, Mai boro Lod.e-C. P. Townsend, W. M.
8J). Bascomvi.le Lodgo-W. B. Thompson, dele?
90. Caldwell Lodge
91. Grceovillo Ledge
92. Blue Ridge Lodge-W, H. Piper, delegate.
93. St. Ai.drew'e Lodge
94. Ao.cir? Lodge-R. MoDougall, delegate.
95. En wau Lodge- T, P. Jervey, W. M.
96. Fi anklin Lodge
97. Colemau Lodge
9t". AUK rican Lodge
99. Star ?.?dge-J. B. Pickett, delegate.
100. MoiAicellc Lodge
101. Ebenezer Lodge-E. H. Hates, W. M.
102. Rsidville Lodge- W. B. Gascon, J. W.
l.iS. ?Saluda Lodge-A. F. Langford, W. M.
104. Bisliopville Lodgc-J. W. Stiokley, W. M.
105. Summerton Lodge-Charles Henry, W. M.
106. Barnett Lodge-John Hopkins, delegate.
107. Gowaasvill L .dge-J. A. Woods, W. M.
lO?. C'siumbia Lodgo-3. E. Massina, delegate.
109. Allendale Lodge-W. B. Warrou, W. M.
110. Branchville Lodge- J. M. Cline, W. M.
UL Rock Hill Lodgo.
113. Skull Shoals Lodga.
114. Faust Lodge.
115. Prosperity L^?ge-J. W. Wheeler, 3. W
116. Hormon Lidge-Wm. Hamilton.
117. Mino Lodp;e.
118. Bruns Lotice -P. A. David, deiegawi.
119. Liviogston Lodg'v-.r. Living6toD.
120. Sum'icr Lod-e-F. B. Moses.
121. Amity Lodge.
122. Hope Lodge-B. F. Perry.
G. S., E. S. Bruns, offered the following resolu?
tions, wLich v,-cro adopted:
Kessel; Tact the r^ims of the minutes of
th- las! Commitnication ba dispensed with, print
ed copie? oi the same beiug alreaJv in the posses?
sion ox the Li dge.
??0.Md, .That ?II Master Masons in good stand?
ing be admitted tc seaU within tue Lodge during
its session. .
Brother Lurr.pkin, of Lodge No. &5, Flint Hill,
stated his Lodge, together with tho neighboring
residences, had be.n burned by General Sherman
during bis celebrated march in Februarv, 1865
tind that since that time the Masons of his locality
had been almost without "a habitation and a
CHARLESTON, S. C., 1
name," Ho wonk] therefore make a formal appli?
cation for a renewal of charter, and ask that he
might bo rcooivod, in tho hame of his brethren, aa
a representativo and delegate.
On motion of Brother G. H. Walter, of Pendle?
ton, it was
? S;?aro0UnTe8entttti0n * the ^
The Grand Master then read his Annual Ad-1
dress aa follows:.
ADDBSSS OF THE GRAND MASTEB.
Brethren of the Grand Lodge
of the State of South Carolina .
The Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge
of South Carolina is an occasion of the liveliest
interest to the entire Brotherhood of Masons
within its limits; ana * Und it a most agreeable
duty to oongratulate you ripon the recurrence of
the event with such auspicious surroundings. No
heartburnings, jealousies, or other disagreeable in?
cidents have ooourred during the last year to mar
the fraternal relations of our craft; aod at no time
previously aaa tho institution enjoyed more de?
servedly the sympathy of tho publio in general,
and the zjalons and cordial co-operation of rte
The ravages of war, ana the disastJr i to the
orops of the last year, brought moro or less suffer?
ing to tho doora of many who had just claims
upon the Order for assistance. In this emergency
the Lodges of the State have provided as liberally
as their ?cant moans wonld allow for tho relief of |
tue sufferers, whilo private charity has accom?
plished rxiUCU Ul tho alleviation of tho Wrevaihog
di8'.ros3. From abroad wa ?UH ti ad- the most
tangiblo evidences of the generosity of our
breth.-cn in the large donations made through the
Grand Masters or thoir associate officers. From
New York we have received two donations-ono of |
$500, another of $150. Illinois and Missouri have
likewise remembered us, and rendered aid. Minne?
sota, far up in the Northwest, with a comparative?
ly young organization, has contributed ?nc hand?
some sum of $500; while fr: m thc Montezuma
Lodge of New Mexico the hardy generous pio?
neers of tba plains havo soi.t to their brethren of
South Carolina $300, thoa beautifully exemplifying
the length and breadth of that noble charity
which underlies and sustains our Order.
The entire amount thus received by me from
various Lodges is $1,730. Of this sum, I
placed $1,730 in the hands of the Grand Seo
rotary, tho Deputy Grand Mastor, and Brother
Willia-n Gilmore Simm*, requesting them to
to tako char (re of tho distribution of the funds,
and after making proper enquiry of tho various
Lodges m the State, as to the extent of the suffer?
ing in each, to carry out the instructions and in?
tentions of the generous dot.ora. A circular was
addressed to all of the Lotlgos, and i hoir Reports
.viii show that the fund has hean faithfully find
A donation of $50 from brethren In Ohio was dis?
bursed by nc principally to the widows and r
shana of docoased Masons.
Our brethren in Kentucky like wiso placed in (ho
lauds cf this Committee tho munificent sum of
to.A?O, a portion of whicn hus boen dis.ributud and
ne remainder retained for a similar parpo.-a du?
ring tho coming year.
In every instance I have made suitable acknowl
fdgment to the donors, but avail myself of the
sreaent occasion to reiterate the sense of profound
rratit?de felt by me and tue entire fraternity ci
be State for the generous ar d timely aid furnish
id to us by our noblo hearted brethren abroad.
Hay these acts impress upon us st.ll more deeply,
he necessity of cul ti rating and practicing that
sharity and Masonic affection which entera BO
argely into the duties and obligations of our An
?ient Brotherhood. Let the example teach us
bat whatever may be the changes of time or cir
inmstance, tho trae Ma;on never departs from
bat Une ot fraternal duty, which for ages has been
be guide and rule of oar ordor.
Dispensations bavo been granted during Ibo
'ear for opening nine now Lodges. Tho names
.nd dates aro as follows :
1. Boylstoa Lodge, Lexington Court House, De
2. Cross QUI Lodge, Cross Hill, Laurena Dis?
tict, December 12.
3. Stonewall Lodge, Mulway, Abbeville, Febru
4. Pine Grove Lodge, Fort Motte, St. Matthews,
5. Hope Lodge, Williston, April 8.
6. Hopewell Lodge, Duncan Mills, Barnwell,
7. Campboli Lodge, Kingstreu, April 15.
8. Mount Hopo Lodge, Gourdin's Station, April
9.-, TumbUng Shoals, Laurons,
A renewal of dispensation bas also been issued
o Bothel Lodge, Spartanburg Diatrict. 1 recom
nend that a warrant of Constitution bo issued to
lach of them at your present C-^n-unicaiion.
A resolution was adopted at your last Comrauni
?ation authorizing the appointaient of a Grand
lecturer, whose duly it waa to visit the Lodges
md exemplify tho work ot the various degrees,
?orroct inaccuracies, and secure unity. Ia De
ieinber I appoiated Past Grand Master 1$. It.
Campbell to this positiou. He entered upon his
lutiea in January, and bas visited about eighty
Lodges. His labors have Deas vory arduous, and
.is whole urne occupied tn tho respousiblo work
devolved upon him. Tho report of the Grand
Lecturer wai furnish full details of bis oporiiaa? ;
luring too ysar. Tho law Lc^gaj "- "
seen able to visit ??e* ba *** ^uii I have
md. wsiiuoti^-- . ^ ended bis lectures
..".M to thom, illustrated tho great
good resulting l'rum thc employment of such au
officer, and I a moally re. omineud that his ser?
vices be retained, d possible, another year, within
which time he will bo able to complete bis visita?
tion to all tho Lodged ia tho jurisdiction.
The reoor: of tho Treasurer, which will be road
to you, exhibits a financial condition of thc Gruau
Lodge that is favorable and satisfactory. While
it does not show any considerable amount ol
funds on hand, the Lodge is free from debt.
The foreign correspondence will bo road to you
by tho Secretary, and will exhibit th.s Grand
Lodgo in the kindliest and most fraternal rolatiuns
with our sister Gr^ad Lodges. The correspond
eaoe attests the industry and ability of the Uraad
Secreiary, aad tho zeal aad enerby brought to
bear by hun in his office. His thorough knowl?
edge ot tho jurisprudence ai d jaeoedents of Ma?
sonry bavo enabled bim promptly to discharge the
varied duties of bis responsible office to my entire
satisfaction, and, in my judgment, to tho best in?
terests of tho Craft.
Brother Joseph Bosky departed this lite near
Columbia, ia January last, leaving bis last will atc
testament by which ho dowses bis ontire estate,
rot! and personal, in this State and in Florida, to
tho Grand Lodge of South Carolina, ia trust for
the use and benefit of deceased Master Masons
within this jurisdiction, and be designates the
Grand Master as executor. Ina. much as that
officer may bo changed at each annual communi?
cation, and cease theron fter to stand in such re?
lation to the brethren, I determined to renounce
the executorsbip and bring tho matter before the
C-randLodg? for its consideration. The will and
oodioil have not yet been probated. I have learned,
unofficially, that some claim has been cet up to
the proporty owned in Florida by other parties. I
recommend that the whole subject be referred to a
committee, who shall bo charged with the duty ol*
probating the wilL, and securing nome competent
and reliable person tc tako out letters of adminis?
tration, with tho will annesed, By thia meant, the
Grand Lodge will havo a fond or estate subject to
their order or control.
I hare procured a ?et?er press copy book, into
which I have had copied all important olfioial let?
ters thus far written by mo, which, when com?
plete, I recommend shall bi deposited with tito
These letters contain thc decisions upon ali
questions that bava been submitted to the Grand
Mr.stcr during tuc yenr, and I hope that my suc?
cessors will fellow tho plan thus adept ed, and
thereby furnish, ka the course of time, a lull manu?
al of precedents; by which, uniformity may be
secured in the adjudication of such Masonic ques?
tions as may arise. I rj3pect?jliy submit the
correspondence for your consideration.
The auspicious circumstances attending your
moeting furnishes to mo an agreeablo pledgo that
your dchberations will be characterized by mode?
ration and wisdom; that all of your acts ?nil tond
in the future to elevate this ncblii Institution ii:
tho estimation of the public, and cause it to dis?
pense its blessings like the bounteous dow of Hea?
ven, more abundantly upon its membere, not for?
getting that it is our ditty, aa Masoni and as men.
to continuo to rely upon tho protecting hand and
I and guiding wisdom of tbe Great Architect of the
Universe, who lias been eo laviah in all His bene*
I volence and bounties to tao human family, and iu
r a significant degree to tho fraternity.
On motion 0/ G. 8., R. 3. Bruns it wa?
Resolved, That tho Address be referred to a
Committee of Three to roport what disposition
shall be made of the varie us subject matter there?
in roforred to.
Brothers G. H. Walter, C. J. Jaegar and_
Sellera were appointed the Committee.
Tho roport of Grand Treasurer H. W. Schroeder
It show& that tho total receipts 0f the Grand
Lodge for the year ending November 1st, 1867
were $11,236.10: expenditure, $10,928.10; balanc?
On hand, $338.
On motion o? O, S., R. S. Bruna, it was
Resolved, That a Committee of Throe be ap?
pointed to examine tue accounts and vouchers em?
braced in the report.
Brothers Bartlett, Trim and Angel were desig?
nated as tho committee.
'ihe report of P. G. IL, B. R. Campbell, Esq.,
the Graud Lecturer, waa read.
? The report stated that the Grand Lecturer had,
doling the past year, visited eighty-five Lodges in
the jurisdiction, and afforded such Masonic in?
struction as was necessary. He had also exam?
ined tho Secretaries' and Treasurers' books iu
most of the Lodges, and oorrocted such discrep?
ancies as had occurred. Tu ere are ono hundred
and thirty Lodgea iu tao jurisdiction, but the
Grand Lecturer states tba; it is pbysioally impos- (
siblo to visiI them all in one year.
OD motion of Brother J. G. Martin it was
R so'.ced. That the report bo referred to a com?
mittee of three to consider the matters reforred to
In the report. ]
Tho Grand Master appointed on the Cornmittee :
Bro. Martin, Hoyt and Durham. ,
G. 8., R. S. Bruns, presented to the Grand Lodge ?
a valuable jewel, which had boen returned to him,
togetn6- with the following correspondence, whioh
explains itself :
DECATTJII, IIL, August 16,18G7. 1
E. W. R. S. Bmns, 823* Dna., Grand Secretary i
Grind Lodge 3. C.. Chai lesion, SC.: ,
DEAB Sm AND BBOTHBI : I am tn, recoipt of a \
lotter from Bro. Zimmerman Davis, who was i 1
oharge of your offleo during your absenoe, cos iring
roe to send the jewel ?0 you, as the famiiv to whom
it belongod resided in your city. Bro. Davis get <
the int..) 03-ion from my letter that tho Grand
Lodge of Illinois had alroady taken action in re
card to my action in purcaasing the jewel from a (
je vellfr, who nad purcha.3od it from a returned
soldier. In this be is mistaken, as our Graud
Lodge has not met since I came in possession ot
it, but I have no doubt that they will fully endorse
my action at tho communication in October. I ?
to-day eond by express tho jewel as directed by
Bro. Davis, to be returned to the familv
of the distinguished brother whose name is
inscribed tbereou, hoping that tho little ,
history connected with it for the past few years
may not dutraot from the interest that may bavo
ueeu hitherto attaohed to it. I fuel proud of being
tho medium through which this invaluable me?
mento is resto.od, expressing tho hope that the I
unhappy cause whio? has rudely torn from us
many procious jewola and hid them from the sight
of those who prize them far above any made of 1
gold or silver, may never distract our countrv r
again; but we have a lively hope I at, through tho *
medi?tica of the Redaomer of mankind, tho&e a
jewels w?l be restored to us, and iu th great day
of ace uuts wo shad see them purified, and their 0
robes washed and mado white in tbe blood of tho
Lamb. May God preserve us from cruel war and ,(
ita desolating couaequ .. cos, and may the healing
wings of Poaoe oveistiedow our entire country, and "
the brotherly love which onoe prevailed among
the inhabitants of this greate empire be restored, ai
ind excite us to deeds of charity and moro exalted 81
With sentiments of high regard, I am, fraternally,
J. K. GORIN, Graud Master ol Ulm,us. '-'
CHARLESTON, September 23d, A L. 5367. -v
H. W. J. IL HOBIN, Grand Mastei, Illinois. P
Most Worshipp? and Dear Droitier: Your noble a
otter, restoring a jewel taken from this State dur- s,
ng the late war, iain the right spirit of Masonry,
ind admirably illustrates the efflcucy of our vouor- 01
ible institution in proniotng peace and j,ood w?l a
imong men. It is to the gi,*t>at glory and triumph b
if Masonry that, while all our hemisphere hau u
jcen rooking with tho convulsion o? civil war! p
while priests, forgetting their sacred offices, were
iroachiug havoc iu a stylo and with a \ehoinouee
leooming ia uttersnce only before tho shrines ut
iloluub; and while prcTfessliig congrecatiuus of the ~
J nurdi of God ' w.re forging spears for human
nassacre, Masonry hold itself aloof from the
:omiena ot violence, and sought only with
issuasivo acta to mitigate the ferocity of
nan; and to soothe thc> asperities of strife.
Ju tn wbdo tho war wis iu progress, and
low that it is Happily over, we have the constant
V recurring prootB among us. and in all quarters
>t our confederacy, ot that loving temper, thoso
;loso sympathies, that fraternal rogara which con
xibute tho living and vital essentials of our Ordor
is embodied in me faith wL ich we pretest), and thc !
sharity which shines pro eminent our guiding
ight. * Your ^dependent action, without waiting
?pou that ot tile Grand Lodge over whioh you so
lappUy preside, in this vory restoration of one of
he sacred jewels of tho templo, is in proof of your
jorfect coundcuoo in tho fraternal spirit which pre?
vails among your brethren, That the jewel iu
lueatiou thus restored ta us is nor tho property
A the (?rand Lodge of South Carolina, bm that
)f a citizen who was, wade living, a most
ughly honoured brotber, does net .uipair or
essen tho tooling of gratitude with which
,vo receive j? your bunds-?imply th it we 1
m,y resuore .it., to --thc representative of' the
.'utully, one ol' thu most esteemed ^uoxig us, io
ivlioiu it rightfully belong;'!!, ' I'hbj', dear sir and
jTotner, wo sht-U. do "with equal promptitude and
jioauuie, aud bu behalf of tue family, as of this
irand Lodge, I Leg to return you our best thanks
ior the Konerorsinterest, the fraternal regard, and
ino true Masonic vuiuo which you have shown in
his proceeding. I should lo myself inj ration und
lo liijiistico lo our people at large, uu woil us to :
JUT fraternity, ? I faded Cs respond In cordial
sympatny ?v.i; what you havo so, oioquCntly 6aid
in lue usproasiOB of your hope and faith yn#t tit- '
Luropeaco, p.ospenty, aud bsATnunj of
luveu cuuntry. I know OtfttkU
diction to <?asW J' " "?
Msj?ifi ???.* .?uintfaxa juris
L?tAa?nJv?' ... ." now or has ever been
?1 surely in this ago of groat |
._actual Lt not , moral enlightenment, with
a prosperity which has been so wonderful, it
is monstrous that war should ever be thought ol
as tho only remedy for human wrong, the only ar?
biter by which to decide upon human lights.
vVnat we neod everywhere ia tbat simple sonso ol'
juB.ice so well taught by our fraternity, which
cheerfully renders to Cesar the things which uru
Cesar's, and bieuds with justice the fud hutu that
God will assure to his peuple who live under these
laws tue prosperity and puuco wbioh faith is au?
thorized to seek and ou'U'ity to secure. Wo ail 1
join ia your prayer for th* continued p.race of our
country ; nut tust peace that merely torbcaib 1
v.u.euee, but the peace which is born ot good '
will, love, cuarity, and tho virtues wnicu
uot only uevoi* do wroug, but nover think
of wrong-doing. Onco more I refer to our noblu
Crder as perhaps tbe ou.y civil and roligioiu in?
stitution in liai ! country wbicu has kepts ita chan?
ties worm and its virtuos bright amid all thu
storms of war and faction in tho past. Surely wt
may now reiy upon tbe same institution for help?
ing to heal tbo wouutls which war bau made, uud
fox lifting up ouco moro tboso virtuos which were
beaton duwu by the hoofs of violence and passion.
Lol tia struggle with new hope of usefulness iu mc
future, seeing what noble cuant?es our Order hos
oxu-bi ted in tue past.
With sentiments of tho highest rospect and re?
gard, I um, M. W. sir and d J,ir brother,
B. S. BRUiNci, 82?, Graud Secretary.
Brother N. Lovin movsd that tho M. W. G. M.,
presont thc Jowol to its owner, C. J: Colcock, Esq
Brother G. H. Walter inovod, aa an amendment,
that mo subject bo refemd to a Cumaittoo.
Bro. Levin accepted tue amcutlmout, and incor?
porated it in tho following reaolutlon. which was
Resol ced, That the corresoondenca with refer?
ence to the recovery of this valuable Jewel of
Brother C. J. Colcock, be referred to a Cotnmitte.
of Three, and thon, with their action thereon, bc
placed upon tho Minutes of tue Grand Lodge.
Brothers G. H. Waiter, G. S. W., W. T. Walter
and N. Levin were appointed the Committee.
On motion of Grand Troasuror, H. W. Schroe?
der, it was
Sesolced, That in aa mush aa there are several
Lodge- working under dispensation, who have
appealed for charity, aud it is proper they should
bo represented and furnished, that a Committee
on Dispensations be appointed immediately.
Tuc M. W. G. M. appointed ?. 1\, H. W. Bhroe
.icr, A. F. Langford, S\\ J. Davis,* aa tne Com?
On motion of ?. T., U- w- Shroeder, it mu
Resolved Tnat Franklin Ludtie No. 96 of Char?
leston be 'allowed to change ita term of meeting
(rom the second Saturday, to tho eecond Tuesd ty,
or auch other time as may be determined upon.
On raotien of Brother Durham, it waa
jReso'ctf i That two Committees or three each
be appointed on the subjects of Bye-Laws and
Grievances to whom al! matters perLumug to
these respective subjects shall bo referred.
The M. W. Graud Master appointed the fol?
Conunitteo on Griovancoa.-Brothers Durham,
Carwile mid Maurice.
Committee ou Bye La i's.-Brothers Ange!,
Ticket and Campbell.
Brother C. Liglcsby, offered tho following :
Kesoictd That it be referred to thc Hull Cora
mitteo to report on the expediency ol rttisine; the
malary of tho Hall Keepor to the sum ol $50 por
month, it being the opinion of the Grand Lodge
that tho present salary is entirely Inadequate.
On motion of Brothel Trevett, thc resolution
was temporarily laid on the table.
Brother W. T. Walter stated that he had re?
ceived several jewels from parti sa outside of the
State, who had come into poisession of them
glace thc war, and invited delegates familial- with
NOVEMBER 20, 1867.
their loss to cxamiue and, if practicable, claim the
Several communications were presontod, and re?
ferred to thc appropriate committees.
It now boing throe o'clock, the Grand Lodge
took a recess.
The Grand Lod?e meets this morning at ll
o'clock, and at 3 o'clock this afternoon the elec?
tion of officers for tho ensuing Masonic year will
WHAT WILL CONGRESS Do?-Tho Now York
Herald answers the question (has :
"It must be content to retiace tho, Tccent dread?
ful strides of the Radical revoiutiooary spirit, and
must clearly and squarely plaoo itself on that
amendment to the Constitution which liss beon
accepted by the Northern pooplo, whose principles
are sound and safe, aud promise u reconstruction
that will bo natural and poaceabiev. This is the only
oourso tor Congress. It must v/ipo out the false
reconstruction af the last Confess, just as that
Congress wiped out the reconstruction of the Pres?
ident, and starting from tho Constitutional
amendment as accented, baso all reconstruction
on its principles. Wdl Congress do this ?
On tho H'Ji ins;., at Blrdwojd Al!)?mirle County,
Va., b-. the Rev. J. S. LINOSAY, br. J. EDGAR. Than e?
lor of th>i Univor. it of Virginia, and Mn. GA3EIELLA
MAYES, of Alb marlo Coonty, Va.
City papers ? il; please copy, *
4S- NOTICE I-THE FINE MUSIC LOXES
und ORGAN at VON SAN TEN'S, BAZAAR, No. Q90 Kin:,
street, will be ji?d To-Morrou) ?haning, Mst inst., st 7
/clock precisely. .Ul chances u-uat be paid for befon
the Baffle commerces. 1 November 20
ts- CONSIGNEES' NO?ICE.-^ONSIG?O?S
par Schooner L. A. EDWARDS, MABSHALL Master, from
S'ew York, ars hereby notified that she ls Thit Day dls
?har?ing st Kerr's 'Wharf. All goods remaining on wharf
d sunset will be stored at owners' e ip: use and risk.
RISLEY A CREIGHTON.
November 20 Agents.
8*T* CONSIGALES PER STEAMER CHA -
PION' are notified that she ls disc hal ging cargo Thu
Day at Adgar's South Whait, Goods romiinlag on 11
.vharf at sunset will ba stored at owners' risk and ex
?ense. STREET BROS A CO.,
November 10 Con ?gneos.
OS- ROYAL HAVANA LOriERY.-PRIZES
BASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED. '
The highoit ratos paid for DOUBLOONS sod all kinds
H GOLD AND SILVER
TAYLOR A CO., Banken,
No. lo Wall street.
October IB_Lyr_New York.
1 Cough, a Cold, or a Sore ihroat.
Roouiroa immediate attention, and should be checked.
If allowed to continuo,
irritation of the Longa, a Permanent
Throat Dius c, <.r Consumption,
ls orton the result.
laving a direct influence to the paris, give Imnv-dlato
eliot. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh,
?oneamptlve a ml 'I hi oat Dtseaaca, Trochee
re used with always good success,
singers and Public Speakers use them to
lear ana strengthen tho voice
Obtaiu only '-Baowx's Baoncsoax TSOOHXS," and do
ot take any of th . WorlliLui Ini.ationi that maj bc of
ired. SOLO Evxarwurna.
october 2S mwftmo
?-NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS GLOOM >
ttendtnts, low spirita, depression, involuntary ?mi
ions, loss of ?eman, spermat nheca, losi ol power, G?ZZJ
ead, loss of memory, ami threatened impotence and im
ecllity, And s sovereign cure in HUMPHREYS Ul,
[EOPATHIC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com
osed ot the most valuable mild and potent curatives
ley strlko at once tho root of thc milter, tone np tb?
rstem, arrea the discharge*, and impart vigor and en
rgy, life and vitality, to the entire man. They havi
ired thousands of casen. l'rico$3 per package of six
axes and vial, or $1 per singlo box. Bold by druggists
id sent by mall on receipt ot pnce. Address ITO il
HREYS' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICEN*
OMPANY, No. 302 "UOADWAY, NEW YORE.
Lar?e Stock of
MEN ANT) BOTS
md VES lIN?s. which will be ma ls u, under th.; care
if a First-class Cutter.
No. 219 KING STREET,
West Side, One Door South of ?ar
B. W. McTUKEOUS,
November 1G ___
WE Hill MARKED D9WN
Our Entire Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
IN CONSEQUENCE OF Tn'-1 DECLINE I . THE
pric2s ot Woolens In the Nonhern mirkoti, we have
MARKED DOWN our entire atook.
TO ;UCn FIGURES AS WILL GIVE PURCHASERS
an opportunity that is rarely oftVred .0 procure
AT LESS TH \N TBE USU AL I'ltlCES FOR INTERIOR
AND INVITE ALL TO LSSPECi' TUE GOuDS AND
Prices. Balow li a list ot * mw of '.he artlolca ia our
i*o?k, showing tba uaic and ^l-eieui. pri?e:
30U SACKS a id a*. 112 to 630, now.910 00
300 Tatts ?old at 30 io 813, nov.I. 5 OJ
300 Vests seid ?4 ta ?7, now.;. "00
Lut lin-.- French C ?Ung i^-ks -.?"'. ! at i20, now_15 00
Lot Freuch Dockhacker sacs ? M'A ut ?ii, now.... 30 00
Lot iuu dcriuau i neu; Sicki, sold at i JJ, no*_'J'.' 00
1?ACULLVR. ffillMSsa Mill
CORSEE OF HASEL 8TBEET,
CHARLES V : . S ?;.
THE FIRST CLASS NEW COPPERED BARK
J CHATTANOOGA (of small ca;:acirr), Goorcu
p Fre em an Master, hating a large portion of her
?cargo engaged, and go.ng ?board will be dis?
For further Freight engagements apply to
W. B. SMITE k CO.,
November 20_Napier's Range.
THE BRITISH SHIP " CHARLESTON, "
fc> Morley Master, is now ready to load for tho
r> above port.
? For Freight engagements, apply to
November 20 G_ROBERT MURE A CO.
FOR WILMINGTON, N. c.
THE SCHOONER "FRANK B. COLTON,"
Robinaon, Master, will have dispatch for thi
?above port. For Freiaht engagements apply to
? RISLEY At CRLIGH I ON
november U_2_Nos. 143 and lie East Bay.
TO LOAD FOR CURA, BARBADOS, ST.
^Thomas, >assau, Mexico, cental Amtroa,
> River Platte, Liverpool, London ard Bre- I
For Northern and Eastern ports. Good rates given
RISLEY A OREIliTON,
-hipping and Commission .Merchants.
November ls Imo Nos. 143 and 145 East Bsy.
-X BB IO JOSE E. DEVEREAUX, CLAiiK
S,. Master, having the heavy portion ot her carro
*V engaged, will take balance in Cotton or Naval
?Stores, and soil wi.h dispatch.
For Freight engagements apply to
STREET, BROTHERS i: CO.
November 18 4
MERCHANT S' LINE.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON PACKETS.
FOR NEW YORK.
Freights Forwarded to Liverpool and
Harre, and all Po nts North and East
, THIS LINE IS COMPOSED OF THE FOL?
LOWING FIKST-CLASa PACKETS, leaving
?each port weekly:
? Schooner B. N. HAWKINS, 896 tons, Wyatt,
'chooDer M .'ROVER, 433 tons, Hughes, Master.
Schooner ROBERT CALDWELL, 466 tons, McCormlok
Schooner MOSES B. BRAMHALL, 336 tons. Hussey
3cbo mer LILLY, 412 tons. Francis, Master,
schooner N. W. SMIIH. 410 tons, Tooker. Master.
Also other HP.ST.tJLA83 VESSELS running m con
lection. Freight TAKEN AT Lt.WEsT RAI ES. Ail
rarchandlx? or produce consigned to cara of tho Agents
?Ul be forwarded FREE OF COMMISSION from this
sort to pointa of destination, and INSURANCE EFFiCT
?D AS LOW A?> BY FIRST-CLASS STEAMaHLPS OB
For Freight engagements applv to
WILLUM ROACH, Charleston. C.
Or to N. L. Mc ?READ Y & CO., New York.
November 16 jmo
FOB BA LTIMORE.
THE FAVORITE STEAMSHIP
N. P. DUTTON, COMMANDER.
[I7ILL SAIL FOR THE ABOVE PORT FROM PIER
?T No. 1 Union Wharves, at 8 o'clock, P. M on
hurtday, 31st inst.
For Freight or Pissage, apply to
COURTENAY U TRENHOLM.
November 19 3 Union Wharves
4^N0TICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
LAIMS Kfeain.-t the Estate of JAMES PHINNEY, de
lased, late of this city, Printer, aro requested to render
tem in, legally uttested ; and thoxu indebted to the said
state will mako payment to the aubaoriber.
RUFUS C. BARKLEY,
Administrator of James Phinney, deceased.
November 2 10
?S-NOTICE T ) MARINEl.S.-C A PT A IN ?
ND PILOTS wishing to anchov tho lr vessels in As.ikv
Ivor, are requested,net to do, oo anywhere within direct
agc of tho- liaads ol tho SAVANNAH BAILBOA!
HARVE3, on ibo Charlenton and SL Andrew's side ot
a Ashley River; by which precaution, contact with OK
ibmarine Telegraph Cab!* will bc avoided.
fe. C. TURNER, G. M.
arbor Master's Oilier-, Charleston, Februar/ 6, WS.
??IN THE DISTRICT COURT OPIEEIJINI
?D STATES FOR'TUE blsTBIOI OF SOUTH CARO
[NVi-dN THE MATTKR Qf RUDGINs, OWENS A
).. BANKRUPTS.-IN BANKRUPTCY -To Whom it
ly concur* : The undersigned hereby gives notice-of
s api>o?itment as Assignee of Lbe Estute of HC'DGINS,
SVEN'S & CO., of Chariest rn, in tho District of Charl, a
a, ant State ot outh Carolina, who ?;avo been ?idjudg
Bankrupts upon their own petition by the i>ls,rict
)urt of said District.
At Charleston, this twelfth. dAj &f November. 1867.
November U w8 Aasig? e.
4*"P', TtlT^IS^fRlcT^?UlU' OF THE
N1TED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOU IB
ABOLTNA.-IN TUE MATTER OF J. HERMAN; VON
[OLION, BANKRUPT.-IN BANKRUPICY.-To whom
' may concern: Ibo undersigned her by gives notice of
.is t;poiutmoat as Assignee of J. HERMAN VON ^OL
:ON, of Charleston, in the District ol C'harles'on and
?tata of South Carolina, within said District, who bas
teas adjudged . Bankrupt, upon his own pctidon, by
ho DUtrlc. Court of said District.
Ds'. A this 5th ?lay of November, A. D. 1867.
LOUIS Mo LA IN, Assignee,
November 6 _^
?.TURNER'S TIC DOULOUKEUX OR
TUr.NEB'3 TIC DOULOUREUX OB
UNIVERSAL NEURALGIA PILL.
UNIVERSAL NEURALGIA PILL,
\ SAFE, C1RTAIN AND SPEEDY JURE FOR NEU?
RALGIA AND ALL NERVOUS UNEASES.
It ls an unfailing remedy in all cases ol Facial Noural
jia, ottea effecting a perfect euro iu a single day. Nc
ior a of Nervous Disease talla to yield to its magic influ?
ences Even the severest c ises of Chronic > euralg la and
general Nervous Derangement, of many years' standing,
affecting ths un lire system aro completely and perma?
nently cured by itln a few days, or s few weeks at th-;
utmost. It contains nothing injurious to tho most deli?
cate system, and can always be uso! with perfect safety. |
It la in constant use by the best physicians, who givo it 1
their unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent b>
mai' on receipt of 31 and two postage stamps. Sold
TC RN ER & CO., Sole Proprietors, No. 180
Tremont street, Boston, Mass.
September 2 m wi 8mos
ea- WHEATON'S OINTilE.NT WILL CURi
WBEATO 'S OINTMENT lil cure Silt Rheum.
WHEATON'S O IN-MENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures ali Diseases of the
Pries 60 cents: by mad 60 cents. AU druggists sell ?.
WEEKS A POTIER, Boston. Tropriotors.
September 16 _mwfly
??TA YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO Hi
country home, after a sojourn ot a few months in tie
.-icy, was hardly recognized by her iriends. In place ot
a coarse, rustic, flushed facs, shu bia a soit ruby cen
plosion oi almost marble smoothness, and instead
tw nty-tnree she really appeared but eighteen. Upon 11
qulry as to the anise ot so gTeat a chance, she piala.,
told them that, she used the CIRCA DIAN BALM, ar.
considered it an m valuable acquis-non to any lady's toi!?;.
Uv itu use any Lady or Gentlemen cun improve their pel?
inna! appearance an hundred fold. It ii simple in-',
combination, is Nature boradi is simple yet onaurpasi
edin its ?dica-y ia drawiug impurities norn, also bear?
ing, cleanaiag and beautifying the akin anu r?raplexior.
By its direct -ctlou e?u the cuticle lt draws from it sh 'tr
impurities, kindly IwalitiJ. the jaine, and leaving the 'iii
face as Nature mteudid lt ?honld bc-clear, soft, smooth
and boaatiruL rrw? $1, sent by Mad or Express, on r*.
cjpt ui ?u ords.-, by
W. L. CLARK ? Ce).. Cheiulits.
No. 3 West Fayetti- Street. avracuse. N. i.
Tho only Amerlcua Agents tor ths sale ot thu ?rn?.
March JO _ __TL
CT BATCHELORS UAIB O**"T";
(SPLENDID UAH: DYE ii the best m th-, world, loo
ouV erm eal perfect ?7y<-barades?. rcliaWe. lasan.
NaturalBU,k .rBrown. Remedies^Uwi
. , '?urinr* lt soll SU3 neattttiol.
Oye,. ^^^^ZTiZ?S. Alioth.?
rha^nineusnjaed ........ * * ^ ^ aJ
1 ;., :.uoM..r<. i'i.-.i!.: So. rt ?i*re 8J
..ii. mere hcltatlo
itrsel N'sif i"""k
_m EWABE -LF * .roCNTcRFEfl.
jjVRKIA iE '-.S'-* CE l?ACY, AND THF
tUPPCraS OS TRUE MtNH O '.-Aa .Vssay 1er
?BI Mc:; ? thc Crime oi soUrudc, and tbs Physic
ntca? i rur-i, abases -nd Dissase^ whijhcreatefin
. i;j ;j MARRIAGE, with sure moans of ReUef.
^st la sc.ncl latter envelopes, tree o? charge.
.Vliress Da. J. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON.
HoT6rd Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
??ptembor 3S 3mos
PRICE FIVE CENTS
THE HEW Ai STEAMSHIP
RICH. COMMAS DEB.
II/-ILL BE DISPATCHED IMMEDIATELY OH Afi
November 20_2_WILLIAM ROACH.
NEW YORK ANO CHARLES Wi
rHE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE WILL SALT. AS
?HAMPIO^, Saturday, November 0, at 4 o'clock P. M.
AMES ADGER, Tuesday, November 12, at 4 o'clock,
IANHATTAN, Saturday, November 16, at 10 o'clock, A.
ISARi.ESTON, Tuesday, November 19. at 12 o'clock af.
IHAMPION. Saturday, November 23, at 4 o'clock P. M.
AMES ADGER, Tuesday, November 26, at 4 o'clock
IANHATTAN, Saturday, November 30. at9 o'clock A. M.
Outward Freight engagements made witt CO?RTE
fAY ft TRENHOLM, comer Adger*s Wharf and East
lay, up 6tairs.
For matters pertaining to inward Frelakt or outward
SsssAe, apply to STBEET BROTHERS ft CO., No. T4
STREET, BROTHERS ftCO.,1
COURTENAY ft TBENHOLM, ] A^am
THE FIRST-CLASS BRITISH SOBEW 8 TEAMS HIP
i. W. SHA CKFOBD, MASTER,
EXPECTED TO AKRIVE HERE 10-DAY WILL BE
li dispatched to Liverpool direct
For Freight enyagomonts a;iply to
W. B. SMITH ft 00.,
November 18 _Napier's Bange.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
eople's Mail Steamship Company.
13 - SOUDER,
CAPTAIN H. 8. LEBBY.
|7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANHC WHAM? Otis
V Thursday, 21st November, at - o'clock.
JOHN ft THEO. GETTY, A.enta.
November 18_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE EVERY SATUXUAY.
CAPTAIN C. RYDER,
lf~ ILL LEAVE VANDEBHOBSI'9 '?VHABF OH
\! Saturday, November 2a, at - o.cloel.
For Aeijjht or passage, apply to
S'ovombcr 13 RAYENEL ft CO.
OR PA LAT KA, FERNANDINA,
IACKSOS VILLE, AVDA.LLTHE LANI?
LS GS ON THE ST. JOHN'S III VEIT.
. VIA SAVANNAH.
TBS NEW AND SPLENDID STSAK&.
(10OO Tina Burthen!
CAPTAIN L. M. COX?TTBB.
I/ILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANT IO WHS.BJ.
ry every TUESDAY NIQH1 at 9 o'clock, tor the
-OTO places, connt cling with the Georgia Central Rall
lac at Savannah, tor Macon, Mobile and New Orleans.
KU Freight must oe paid hero by shippers.
For Freight or Passage, apply on boaid or at the office
F J. Di ALEEN ft CO.,
roil FA LATH. A, FERNANDINA,
ACK8U.WIL.1E, AND ALL THE LAND?
INGS ON THE ST. JOHN':. UIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
(1110 Tona Burthen,)
CAPTAIN S. ADKINS.
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF
every Friday iVipAt, ,t 9 o'clock, for tbs show
skoes, oo nu oe tin? with the Geor.la Central Railroad ss
;avannah, for Macon, Mobile and New Orleans.
All Freight must bo pdd hare by the shippers.
For Freight or Passage, spply on board, or st theo*
ace ot H AVENEL ft CO., Agents,
Corner of Vsnderuorst's Wharf and East Bay.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE.
VU HEADFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
. I rp Lr K !
STEAMER PILOT BOY .. .CUTT. W. T. MCNELTY
STEAMER FANNI!-..CAPT. I. PECK,
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMER.i WILL L- .v fc
Charieston every Monday, Wednesday aa F'--1vy
Morriu.: , ot 7 o'clock; and Savannah ?vrpr ."/>.?lay,
Wendesday sud Frit. M'irnin?i, at 7 O'clock. To.ich
ina at Klurltnri on M J da;.-, trip from Charles , and
Wednesday, trii> rn m Savannah.
All Way Freight, also Blueten Wb?**?^ mo? I a ora
Tor freh?lit or passace, apply to
/CEN FCCGUSON, Acccmn.odatioo Wain,
DAILY THUNS ON THE SPARTA?BURS
AND INION RAILROAD.
ON ANT AFTER THE lim INST., TRAILSWTLL BE
ran DAILY iSuudaya excepted) over tho Spartan
bunr sud fnion rUilroad. Fare reduced more than 34
per cent. THOs. B. JETER.
November S haw* Pr?sidant S. and U.a.a.