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VOLUME V.NO. 635. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
Oar Emopaan Dispat i?cs.
THE rVXUSta ON THC R.OITAC~SION OF THE
BOILER or A O .IEEE BXEAU2B- " ATE3I aiAREET
REPOSTS, ETC., ETC.
IBT ATLANTIC TELBO?APE.J
Cons, Nove.nber 29.-The Fenians entered thc
armory aal ci?;ur:i oa hundred and twenty
five revolvers a .d tea Snyder r.fhs.
LrvsRpoo:,, Novena io: SD- Eocninj.-Tho Br:r
boni x's boiler exploded wi: b ra"=:..2; steam to start
Oa hor t"ip to Grcc:o. Tn rs wero Boventy-three
persons oa bo.iri a: tho timo of tho explosion.
Soo wai loaded wita arms and munitions of war.
It is tluusat that forty I1V03 wore lost. Tao ship
wis blown ra two. Suo was built for Fraser <fc
Trenlioln, to r ra tho blcokado or tho Southern
States darin? fae lato v-ur i- Amerton, trad was at
that t.aic niuiod tho Colonel Lamb.
The Cunard steamer rscoived cishty thousiad
dollars weakly for mail service between Liverpool
and Now York.
LIVERPOOL, Novombsr SO-IVoon_Cotton du'l
and u .changed. Est mated silos 13 ODD bahs.
LIVERPOOL, -November 30-2 P. Af.-Cotton dull
and decided 1-16. Salea of 8000 bales. Uplands
7?:.; O.-icaus 7?J. Lard 49 3. 61 Bacor. UL
LONDON, Novemb3r 3D.-Consola 9113-16. Bonds
LIVERPOOL, November 23-E:cr.wg_Cotton has
deolaed 4*1 and closed woak-Uplands 7 9-161.;
Orleans, 7 13-16. Solos of 10,000 balo3. Manches?
ter advicss ooatinuo unfavorable.
Oar WasMnjtJU Diipatohes.
THE INDIANS ON THE WAE PATH -3IATTEB8 BEFOSE
C0N0BES3 - DIPOBTANT DECISION OF THE C0M3IIS
SIONEB OF SEVEXCE LN BEJAHD TO COTTON-THE
WASHCSOTON, November 30.-The Honre mot to?
da?. Bat fifty members were present. Adjourn?
ed to half-past tea on Monday.
Th? Cabinet was in estra session to-day con?
sidering the message.
Bevoauo to-day, $535,000 ; for the week, $8,113,
000; for tho year, $85,120,000. National Bank
Tho reading or the message will occupy about
The Ways and Means Committee will report the
bill prcvontina: contraction, and prescribing the
time and manner of selling surplus gold.
The Senate Judiciary Committse is investigat?
ing' tie loyalty of Sonator Thomas, from Maryland.
Tho Customs receipts from the oightoenth to the
twenty-third are $2,219,000.
Mr. Davis remains several diya at Barnum's
Lieutenant Sherley, with forty soldiers, has been
attacked at Plum Creek. Ho bad two me" killed,
.ix wagons and twoaty thousand dollars worth ot
goods taken. Fourteen Indians have run off sev?
enty heal of stock from Fort Laramie.
The dob: statamant to bo issued about tho 5th,
will snow - siignt iacrcase of debt.
The folio ?tiis tao decision of thc Commis
siotior cf Revenue ia regard to the exportation of
option: It muse be cleariy identified aa the same
ootton for whioh the permit waa obtained. Tho
permit doos no: nadar any circumstances authorize
tbs export of an equal nura er of bales or pounds
of cotton. A permit to remove cotton, showing
tho payra.n: 0. tax, is sufficient to authorize the
exportation. Tho tax on cotton removed from pro
docing districts, will bo collected from tbs cotton
itself, no matter in wh.030 poaseaaiou fou id. Cet
ton intended for muufioturo ia tao district where
it is pro J ac jd cannot be taxed until manufactured.
Every porsou, finn, or corporation manufacturing
ootton for any purpose, in tho district where thc
ootton was produc?!, must mako returns and pay
WASSXXOTOX, Dooeraoer 1.-Tho report of tho
Comptroller of thu Tieaauiy shows that ten Na
tioaal Baaks have failed since their organization,
trheir aggregate cap.Ul was $.,370.000. lue pub?
lio loses OJuut $1,000,000 oa depos.ts. The Qov
,run5J-5 and COM boilers loso nothing. Ev. ry
failure* is trice.olo to dishono.t or iucorapeteut
The President's mossa^o contato 12 OOO words.
Bota tao Proa.don: ?ad tao Secretary 0? tefl Trea
lojy aro ia favor of ?a oarly resumption of epecio
payments. Toa President docs no. thiak that
moro ahou d bj any cjj.tratJ5.oa of tho imper o.r
mhtioa os a preliminary to ivaauiptiou. Tao
President's fi toad * say that this morago will re?
iterate his rooona: -uetioa viotts. Tiis eaiiro maa
sage ia rupreocatod as cairn, th?aiilaJ and patriot- j 1
o, and kai dy in its tone toward ila * South. It
urjaos for early restoration on a constitutional
Bite Alabama Keoon?tractlon Convention. '
JanxrooatcBr. ALA., Noveea'o.T 23.-Tho Kecon- ?
itrafltina Ce-avoat.o.-i pi sud an ordinance to or- t
rania? tho voluatsor militia of Alabama. It su- *
horizes one company to every thousand vot?te; a
ill officers to be appointed by tho G-.? r? VC, and to c
39 of known I yalty. A prcat many efficers, with '
teavy emolo'-i$uts, are provided ir- Oao Major- ?
?? aoral, three Brigadiera, sn Adju.^nt. Quarter- 1
Baster, Iospeo.or-Ganoral, Paymaster, burgeon- 1
fjaorai, ?to., the *aole to bo ua oommaud of 0
be Govsraor. j,
The C jnaorvativo3 declare that this rnoaauro s
laces tba State under a militia dynasty similar to i(
irowalow'a; its exoaa3?3 w.4 neoossarily greatly c
norease the rates 01' taxation. t
An ordinanoe was passed, dsclarin? the war t
lebt of the State, and all liabilities created direct
y cr indirectly ia aid of the war, nuil and void. \
An ordtaanoe was reported by a selsot commit- ti
ee, was discussed until ibo hour of adjournment, ?
??ovidint; tor the extragutsnmeat betwoen oitize-s
.f this S:ate of ail debts ex.Bticg July 20th, 1S85, j t
ra paymont of instalments by noto of original j ^
tmvunt of debt.
The session of the Convention will continuo
ar^ngh a part of next week. | f*
Tb* X vulsiana Reconstrnetlon Con? j g
Nxw OBI<XAS?, November SO.-In the Coaven
ioa to-day A resolution was offered by a negro
nember, expressing the sense of tho Conventioa as t
ipposed to general amnesty. Laid over. ^
A resolution *was offered that tho first and para- '
nount duty t f uie Convention is to frame a Con
titution, and taat all minor buaiuess be disponscd
nth until thi3 ia accomvliabcd. Laid over. J
BIr. Wicklifle (white) ctfcred an orJiuaaco pro- r
>osing certain changes la >he organic law o;' tho
kate to the eflect that tb.3 Legislature shall ostab- f
ash ires public sohools tbrous 'MUSA the Slato, a^d .
provide for its support Dy taxation; al children
between six and eight years ot aje to be admitted
without distinction of race br color, pr previous
oondition; that there shall be no sepaiXte schools
?$tab?shed for any raoo; that a Uaiversitj* aha.ll bo
jjt^bUshed in the City of New Orleans, which ? 3
mall lN open to all studont3 caoablo of matricula
iion, Tit^^11** distino:ion of raoc or ooior, or pit- I
doa3 oond.,,,-:ia- j
Other Sectios provide for the maintonanoo of \ '
Uovernmcat sculls. Beferred to the Committee
A r solution of thar.^* t0 Go l for the snccess of
the Radical Republican ?t?j in this State was laid
over under the rales. s
A resolution to the effee: tliat ri" property quali?
fication will be requit od for any State, parish, or
municipal off.oo of honor, trust, or ornoiuueut, was
referred. A resolution ofl?red yesterday, that tae 1 ?
proceedings of tho Couveutioa bo PUJ??N?I;! ia the
New OrleuLB Republican, and paid for. wao do.ato i j j
to-day and tablea by four majority. A resolution :
ofi'ei-od yesterday, by McMiibt, w^.tj. 0 ratify sn
lot of tho Lcsicla-.urc of 1853 U i.^uo boudai
to provide '-bo means for thc ropairi: g and con? j
etruction of tii^ leveo, waa made a special crJ.?r j
for Mo.-day next. Governor randers issue: r.
proclamation ie-pudnMns iii connection with
those who havo been attempting to purchase a bill
from Congress granting cid to build levees and
says any ?rad all persona oUiminsr to aol by State
author.:;-- In th a matter, assume powor3 that dj
not Dslon?, to tnem, and declare;: null v.\:u void thc j
contrae: eutoiol into by E. il. Angemar, Charles ;
laird, and cammitteo of o.d board ot Levee Com?
misioners, whereby it was Btipulated tLtt tuc i
Suco pay a bonus of twenty per ce.it. on account
sf loan or appropriation; revokes Cou-misaicncr
Angemar and Izird aa o.v.n'.s oi ti.a Sta-e.
General Han-ooU'a order ta having a healthy
?Beet. Th? Meejune's Washinstoa Special sa) :
"The Prosid.. : has directed General Grant to In?
struct Genera. .Hancock to inquire into tue cause
cf circu jstanoes ci all removals of civ?cfiar;
which hate been made, and report tho facta in
Affair* in Virginia.
EICHHOND, VA., Novc.nbor 30.-Tho United States
Court Will adjourn oa Mondar until after tho ad
ournm:nt of tho 'lecoastruction Convention,
which meets on Tuesday. Many delegates have
.rr. ve ?. 1 boro wi.I b? a oauoua on Monday night
:f Kopablican members.
Icc tormad hore to-day.
! Market Reports.
NEW YOBS, November 80-iVjon.-? tocks a shade
jotter. Monoy easy at 7 per cent, premium. Ster?
ling Exchango 9}. Gold 133?. Fivc-twau.ies of J
\i2 coupons. 108^. Flour 10 cents bwer. Wlicft
drooping. Cora fcvors buyers. Data fal cent
better. Mess Pore. 23 87?. Lord duli. Cotton
dal. and drooping at 16 cents. Freights quiet.
3 j.r.ts Turpeatiae 55} a 56 ocnts. Bosin steady
Eteninq.-Cotton lower. 8i!es 2500 bibs at 155
alb o:nts. Flour-State. $9 a $10. When du:i,
nomint Hy lower. Cora lc. low3r ; Mix:d Woatorn,
S3 cents. Pork, $25 93. Lard dull, 12$ a 13 J conts.
Naval Stores quiot. Groceries quiet and unchang?
ed, freights steady and quiet. Gold closed S7?
?AXTDCOBB, November 89.-Cotton completely
neglected. Fl mr doprossod; no demand. Wheat
very dui ; receipts light; prime $2 50a2 55. Corn
very cull; new white $113al 20. Oat? dull at 70a
72 cents. P.yo dull at$145al50. Provisions-A
better feeling; sabs of Western bulk shouldors at
9 o nt ; .?.ring now at 9j cents.
LmaxSiXi, November SO.-Flour firmer. Com
uachanged. Mo?s Pork, old, $20; now, $22 50.
Bacon and Lard unoaanged,
ST. LOUIS, November 30.-Flour dull and nomi?
nally unchanged. Corn easier at 95a98o. Provi?
sions dull; Shoulders Hallie.: Sides 15c. Lard
LOCKVILLE, November SO.-Superfine Flour $7 75.
Corn, now, on ear, 75c. Shoulders 12c; clear rib
Sides 15jc. Lard 12Jc. Pork $20 50.
AUGUSTA, November 30.-Cotton-Markotsteady;
sales 630 bales; middlings 144 cents. Receipts 656
SAVANNAH, November $0.-Cotton dull and
heavy; middlings 14Jal4j] cents. Sales 1034 bales;
icceipts 2300 bales.
MOBILE, ALA., November 30.-Tba cotton mar?
ket closed unsottlod, at 14?c for middling. Sales
2000 bales. Reo npta 2461 balea.
NEW OBLEANS. November 30_Sug"- quiet; Rood
to fa:r lLj;pv.me 13c. Mousses duli; -.ommon 45
a?oe; c'ioice 75a':0c; Cuba 52 i. Cotton in fair de?
mand; Midd! ng Oriouis 13?O.; sales 470 bales; re?
ceipts 4413 bales. Gold 33:.
WIUTLVGTON, November 30.-Turpentine firm;
sa ea at 43 je; .old firmly at 50a. Rosin ht .-ad., at
$2 25 for Strained and No. 2. Cotton quiet-14
THE THREE AGAINST CHARLESTON.
A Nc VT and Formidable Railroad Combina?
Fr-m the proceedings of the meeting of the
stockholders of tho Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, hold at Wilmington, N. C., on tho 27th
instant, wo observe that thu road is seriously con?
templating direct railroad communication between
Columbia aud Wilmington. We fiad in the report
ol' tho proceedings, published at length in the | *
Journal, of tba 28th, th? following resolution,
brought before the meotiug by Col. S. L. Fromont:
Besomed, Tuat it ia of vital importance to the 11
interest ot this Company that dircot coniuiunica
tion between tho cities of Wilmington, N. C.. aud
Columba, S C., by means of a branch of this
Company's Ba..road, be effected at an oarly day;
aud taat the whole subject of constructing such
branch bo referred to a commit ee of three utuck
naldera, with instructions to report upon the
satnu to ta.s meeting.
Uad?r this resolution, Me3sr3. S. L. Fremont,
0. G. Parsley and J. Eli Gregg wer? designated as
tho committeo, and, at a subsequent sossion of
tho stockuoldoi'd, preset:ted tue following report:
To th? ?ocklwlders oj Lhe Wilmington and, M?n?
The committee to whom was refe'red the resolu?
tions on tuo subjoct of th-a ojnstruetion of tho
branch of this Company'a road to Columbia sub?
mit the io.lowing
Th'it it has given tho subject that consideration
ita importance demands, and are unanimous in re
:ommendi ig that most energetic and decided r
no ;; bo taken by the Presid.nt and Directors of e
Lins Companv to cause a b.anoh of the road to bo ?
?naeructed Hom the best point on this Imo (be?
lieved to be from or near thc Village of Sumter; to
ue city Oi Columbia as soon as they eau eeo their
pay clear tor thu purpose.
Th? groat imp?rtanos of the work cannot be
laubteu, it ne but for a moment turu our oyes lo
:he map aud see the vant area ol productivo oaun
fcrj that duds a maruet or a lor warding point at
You not onlv obtain the benefits of th* conneo
iion taat will be made by ?v?as of tho "Columbia
ind Augusta Railroad'' to "all the points South
?jd Sjutaweal," and by the Charlotte and South
.orajina to Chesterville and other pointe on the c
ino ; bn?" 'he immense trade that will be opon to a
ho enterprise O' Wilmington bj the present liuo 0
J Greenville and Anderson, a..d wucu thc Blue a'
tidge Railway is completed 1? Ciucinnati yon have b
, eaoi ; and quick routo ?foin the Great West to b
mr port. In adaltiou tJ this (a portion of lt ro
noto) you have uow a dally transport?t.on line IL
ugurated belwood Northern citioo and Kingvide. ti
?ut in c msequoaco of thu adverse auto: oat that <"
a.ou this lina at tho latter pjint, tho whole hue Jj
tom Now York is blooked up, aud, you aro told. C
au..ot be oponed by your li. 0 to Augusta, A thia: a, p
j...con, Columbus, Montgomery, aud Mo vile', un- ?
sss some OhiriOatou interest is oousohdatod or U
oiuo coLCoa.ioa made ay other parties to Ca ir- ti
A? strange os it may seem to this meeting, your V
ornmitteo are informed that tho management o? D.
ho South Carolin a Railway Company is averse
0 having a last freight lino o\er its Columbia
5raach from King vi de to Augubta. That woulu
t once put this line 00 au equal footing with thu
'iriiinia and Tennessee Raliway Uno. So IT has
his prohibition carried this Company, that, whilo
otton is now be ng taken from Atlanta to New
,'ork by Railway and Steimers. c a Lynchburg
od Norfolk, a distance of some sixty miles groator
ban it is by- ?uv of Wiluuugtou to tue earn? point,
et thia lino cannot carry a halo. P
In view of these facts, ana tuo great field pre- f?
ea ted to this Uu* for avery large aud valuable h.
lerCuandiso transportation to ih tho country as ei
a- as tho Alabama river, and South to the Gulf of b
l?xico for "Time Goods," your committee aro b<
oily impressed with the great Importance of ur- P
mg, by every means, within your reioU, tbe early tl
aception ana speedy c mpletion of this werk,
To this end, your comruitteo recommend that a.
reiimtuary survey and usiimata be made, that tho -
'residen, and Directors bs instructed to asoer
ain what aid can bu obtaiucd from the conueot- K
ag roads, North and South, and so soon es they
au obtdiu tue requisite means to oommonoe the v
Your Committeo also recommend that tho Pre? - r(
lent and Directora cause a propo rtion to bc mad J
> the mau igouient 1 ta-. Suntu Carohna Raih?o id
ora coat...ct lor a term of yo ru, to use L.air
jj.d ?Q.U K'.ugviliO to C-iti.nd.a, and also ti
tuga j.a, u^o a uooii tr us bad eu d.i.oaa ua eaa
>e agtco . a.' a ay luis? Company. And shoud
aivout&KCOua arrangements bo uudu therefor,
,.ien tney may ior tho preseat suspend tho wo:
>l coastrue.iag tho bran J- referred to othir.viso
o press the matter to k speedy coi.BtrucLoa.
All of which ia rospectiudy submitted.
S. L. ? LEMONT,
The report was received and referred to tba
Boord of Direotors,
GBEAT FENIAN PaocEasioN IN NEW YOBS.-Ono
)f tho most imposing demonstrations that the
Fenians of Ne ? York ever had took placo on Thurs
lay. It oom prised a procession wita hearses and
vmbols of mourning, to mark tho sympathy feit
n the Now York Fenians in the lato of th? thro:
a embers of tho Brotherhood recently executed .it
Manchester, England. From the account given
ii it in the i\"ew York Sun we take tho foUoTviug :
Tho pr' cession was especially conspicuous ia
kei'uet that au cL.Bsesof oitixenB, the n?tive as
vd. ns the adopted of all uatioaalitias, by their
aresenee a d svmpathy, demonstrated that the
sauses which have hitherto repelled many Irish
no irom tho ranks of FeaLianism seem to have
32011 washed out in the blood of Allen, O'Bn u
and Larkin. I hore was none of that jollity, that
oro ir alt of temperament, which is tho distinc
dve Kh .racteiisttc of Lisa gathor.ngs. By oleven
o'e.oc* an ia-.monso procession had abse:ab ed.
luey formed lour deep, wearing OL ihe.r le.
cims Dad,".-3 ?i groen, draped in mommiuG .
Tuico hearses, eaoh drawn by four wluto uoraea, ? 1
and c.: which wero respectively written tao worua ?
.tUa," OB am" aal --Larkin," came on th. <
scene, the differout Irisa temperauco aad civ.c '
societies were out in tull loree, a^d?oou the o-.tae |
0. La-t Broadway, trooi Grand to Sdtgers-strect, 11
waa occap.ej.- Abe cumoM of those pteeeuta: ,1
this juncture could i.ot mvs been lass than rutty
thous rd. abe ^ntt.r; -..icaijlua, m close march- 1
ja ; or cr. rxtondod over y-e and a h*if mues, aud ( j
tae numboi oi Foaiaos marching before tb* hearses ? 1
v computed by aa rxp?neiiced captain of po.tce 11
a: lilt.ea thousand. Too banners o? all tho soe;..- , 1
ties were furled and covcrjd e\cr with crape. Ti-e . ?
.a uer which led tae procession bore the words, .
"\Vo mourn our loss-wc must Lo avenged." Atier 11
marchiug by t c cty hall, whorj tue process Ou j?
w,b rov.ewea by t.;e Mayor, it wound us slow
. lb ?.oag aa Bivadwy. A temporary platfuTin 11
va a erected at Union square, whore Jobn Sav g.-, ?
t e Cuiof oxecu?-^a: th: Fenian EiotheraOad. li
delivered the memorial oration. Ho was followed
bv ether speakers, in* Bpeejhes aid Lettered- s
uiu u?t? a Jaie LOUT 111 tac itfteraoon, and it ?as M
dark befare ia- mea had dispersed and the last .1
green uniform hau disappeared.
Tno fr a s LT, 'I renholm & - o. Settlement.
The Washington correspondent of tho New York
Times telegraphs to that paper, under dato of tba
27;h alt :
The peculiar characlor rf Mr, C. C. Washburn's
resolution on thc F. uer, Tronholm A Co. settle?
ment, nassed yesterday, has attraoted attention.
Among other ?ufarmatioa w.iich it called for was
whether a contract has beon made by thc Govern?
ment whereby Borne person ii to receive alargo
share ol' the procels for ofleetin'-,'a r-ettloment
Oa what information t?is inquiry was based doe*
not appear; but it can be stat d io advance of the
reply c> the .esclu.ion. thai uo such contract baa
bean ma ie by the Government. Tuat thc basis of
settlement as recently agreed upon between the
Treasury Department and tho American partners
o! the firm iu persou, established thc principio as
web as the ter.H ? o i whhfa tho ciao is to be sot
led. This principio was th it all tho property in
tho handi of Fras.r. Trenbol" A Co., or of their
Engli-h pirtn.r, Prloieau, belangin? to tho s -
cabed Confederacy on t ie 9 b Oi April, 1833. t:io
dato of its disaolutio i, beca no at otico tao proper?
ty of tba United Stutts, without iiabiiity for any
debts duo by the said Confedoraoy to Fraser, Tren
uolm & Co. Tiiis settlement gives thi Govern?
ment flvo or six ships, t ie alous' cotton, worth
?20 OOO sterling, and considerable other property.
Judge Rsdiield, tho authorzod asroat of tho Gov
ernmeu', is now in E ?gland, tu complete tho set?
tlement on tho abov.j t rms.
Tho Washington corras aondont of the Boston
Advertiser, a'ludinj to tho same subject, says :
The reply of tho Secretary of the i realty to
the resolution ot General Washburn, of Wiscon?
sin, caUiug for ?n?orraacioa relative to the settle?
ment witu Fraser, lioanolm A Co., will be an in?
teresting document. It wUl probably cover a copy
of tho paper feigned by the members of that timi
in this country as tho result of tho coufareao3
some weeks ago with cha Treasury Da artmout.
The negotiation for tho Government was conduct?
ed by Assistant Sac etary Chand er end Hau. Ca?
leb Clashing, and resulted i i a mtuin r entire^
Bat?s.actorv. Mr. Xreoholm's attcr.i y and ono
member of the arm carno up hera from Charles?
ton, and attor considerable consultation, aimed
papors conceding tiiat tho Govor.-mont is entitled
to all tho apt o.?c Coufoderate property which was
tn their bauds on the ninth of April. I?55. tha. be?
ing tho day ot Lo a's surrender to Geueral Grunt.
This concession (. ave tho department lour or five
?hips of war, and cotton to tho value ot twenty
thousand pounds sterling.
Tho Treubolms all conceded tait tbsy could
make no claim on this pioporty for debts due tu
them from the CoDfoderato Government, and fur
taer. that the Uu.to 1 State* aro entitled to a state?
ment i f the account between tho Con ederato Gov
?rnm?nt and Frnsor, 'lie tiolm & Co., as it stood
an tho said 9.h cf April, 1835 ; and to tho receipt
:f ny money touud to be duo ou that day from thc
said firm tu the said Confedorate Government. This
isreomont was taken to South Carol na, and subse?
quently e;gncd by all tho members of that firm
iviug m this country. Three or tour weeks a.-o
Jai f Justice Redfield, of Vermont, sailed lor Eng
aa i to close up the business with the partners
?vulg in that country, and it is presumed that tho
natter ts oonciuaed before this timo.
1EP0BT OY THE KEW TOBE CILA MI)EB OF C03OIEBCE.
On Wednesday the Now York Chamber of Com
nerce bold a special mooting, when the committco
ippoiutcd "to coi.bider the subject of a return to
?pecio payments, tho reasons therefor, and the
tarUcst date at which a resumption of spe io pay
nents may bc practicable,:> mada along ropoit.
li tor a general oonstdcrat on of tho 6ubjeot, choy
irrive ac tho following ouucluiions :
Your committoo assume in thu first place, as a
ire.irni .arv co the resumption o. spceio payments,
hat all the floating debt of ih> Governineuc, cx
lept that kuorru as ''legal tender," must bo fund
id; second, tuat gold aud greenbacks may boma e
>f equal value d' Couvres* will enact that cht, latter
?hali bo received in part, tay to c.ie extent of teu
ter cent, for duties "ac Chu cusUamho. se," aud
he n ,tc? thus receivod ca icelled u dd the dosired
iud is reached; any further curtailment berni; iu
hat oaso suspuuded. To th; . extont the necessity
voulu be obviated of ellina ?.uld, which, under
ne existing tar.tt, is received m excess ol che
imount required to pay intu.o-.i ou tho pubuc
TiiirJ-That whenever the valuo of gold and
-reoutiacks aporoXiuiates under chu coauicious
...o .ny au a crested, the Treasury Department may
alen und.rtake to redeem g ram backs with gola,
uovided tuero is no maten tl tailing od' iu lue
tut to ms revoauo or iu the amount of a la m Chu ,
Fuurth-That rosnmplion by tho Treasury Do
lartmuut necassarily involve** resumption by tho
lauLs, and that tao Treasury Doprrimoot, the
tanks aud che ,oniu"uiiiy wdl have a common lu?
ercst in austammg each o'her, Lt che attempt ba .
IOC prematurely mado.
In presenting the reasons for rosumption, and .
udicaiing a timo whon it may be practicable, your
ommitcee are not disposed to ov riook or under- '
ate che difficulties tuat stand iu thu wai ; what- i
ver these may be, it is safe to say that cuey will i
over be tess chan cuey are now, it other than thu ,
Oiicy of contractiou bithcrco pursued is foll eve ,
r tue one above Bugsestod.
lt is wiser and uioio manly to acocpt, without 1
lueoassir. d lay, tue re a edy for oui- financial
ls wa ic a time and oxjaruuce uavo provo! oiiica
IOUS, lather than to live in perpetual fear u. tue
jmporary solTering ic will cause. Contractian
ouadess means a reduction of prioos,?a ia a our
iilmuut of luouuycd facd.ties, but ic points to o e
icdiuai of pa;, meit, aud resumption wi.1 put ac ,
sst mauy disquieting suggestions lu regard to the .
What portion of tho debt is held abroad your 1
ommittee havo boon unable to learn, nor are tm ru <?
ny meaus ol krtoWiugj whatever ene atuounc ma.. I
Q, ic is ad tao luau lncreusiuji, and t..ere is nb
vidot.ee to show that any parc has bsen returned, '
eeausa it was worth mure Chan whon ic wak
Our bonds went abroad whon gold wa3 at 2S0, (
ad ency u.vo goue iu larger vo Uiue us tho cost, i
araugh a dec.ino in tho prive uf gold, has boen ,
.vaad/ appreciating, ic is sate to assu'/iu cuac
io> w.d be held wita confi-ui? teuacit. as ie-n c as '
engross aud chu poop.o inau.c SC au integrity ol
ulyoao woiciiy ot om* greac republic, aud it is uii
iasonable to auti ipacu any molestation Lom par?
us ubruad lu tue pursu.t of measures tuat w ,i
iud to lurch r improve tuc value oj tho.r proper
r. Gbseivatioa snows tuat for the must parc thu
r.Ca of our bauds iu foreign markets ia rugulated j
y thc value ot guid iu Nd* Yar...
I we prop osiCioaa will bo mado in divers forais
) t, ...... e_ :
lirst-lo increaeo the "legal tendor," by a sub- <
.itut.on uf treasury uotos for om* preSautba .k <
xculation; as uaderstoud by your comui'tCuo, the
topoaiciuu hoing tj pay bouda boating lnteiest i
itu note- that do not. i
Second-To Increase tho amount cf bank circu- ?
,tiou b.v ?fcy ta one bundled millions 1
Suouid .nu drat os adopted, oa id lon:e in tho 1
.bb fo-th will receive a sn jfk. the injurious cf- ?
icts of iTniou noaa or:i eiiiuiato. It, o.i t.iu other ,
and, the issue of more hank cuno.icy is authonZ' ]
1 without au lacrease ot "iegai tender," it will j
ut huston tho ca h. tbrougu ..h eb, perhaps,
jouer or later, it is destiued the counir.' shad ?
ass. after maw tempor.z.na; to avoid a calanaicy ,
lat is oercaiu to rosolt from lujulic.ous leg.a.a- .
Ibo repot ? w:s ordtrod to be prmtod, andu ',
:py direoted to bo sent to each member of Con- i
rcs9. In tho debate which eubaoqusatly followed, J
les.-rs. OpJyke, Low, Cuittauduc, C:nkiiag and i
laury took part. The prLciples embodied in thu !
sport wore generally ondursed, though thcro was ;
?mo d ieraaca of opi iou as to the proper time '
r stoaie rosumpu.ia, some urging a later, othors
a ea,,.or period. Mr. Coitteuden ur;?uod that a
u a reiurn to tpecn pa}meats ia essential to tili
itegri y of tho Government. Hs then snoko in
iver c: a repeal of the cotton tax byCon.rssa,
ni prediotsd Oui -? thia waa douo and Congress
rou.d .mmediatoly adjourn, sold would ba at 120
elura CariBttnaa. Tno speaacr said the cry L.r
aflatlox) does not como trom tho solid iacerescs or
he Government, but frota speculators who wished
o bndpo ov.r their wild op?rations. Mr. L'bitteu
len said that tho oouutry wa3 much better prc
laredlor a return to s.^ecio payments at the close
if tba war than it ia at thu present time. Tuc
onger tho mo&sure ii dolayod tko moro tLffiuulc it
Xr. cud ?lrs. ?uruucr.
Tho New York COrreSDOndont o.' tiro Clnclnn-.ti
Commercial makes thu iollowin,'; i. msnd$ honor abbi
or th scandaloua stories which h?vo been goit.g
he rounds of tue newspapar^ lu regard to ibu de
nest.o infelicities cf Senator an I Mia. Sumner:
It vas my fortune, at a dia.t.r party tho other
lishe, co !a'a teated IKXI a nate lad; gotten up b.
irt ano nature regardleai ot expones or appear?
tuces. Laokug over the /.srson-ie: of rey i rctty
leigubor fur a pu.at on which tu lodge a Litio o JE
reraallOu, my oyo fell cu her c??,n n. lue duar
tttie tbin^' had piled all uer bair, purchased aud
crown, upon th s to,) of ber precious iittiu hoad.
>o I temarueu the singular fashion now prevailing,
tad to.d of M.ss Alain.n^-.u Am inda Louisa Manaly
Ja-vlc^a, daughter 'at tho cele raicJ Camanohu
2h.of. cow et Mrs. B.*e eel b...i.ed female ec.uui
viio wis the eavy oi all th? i-'iris, on uccouut ol'
ter numerous ma.if.uiiueut sJiigntms. furmshud bv
1er iliOaCriouS papa item the tcalacoi his euc*
ibis little hi?toire ?Ucl not seem to please my I
air bearer, a..d w.iu tho taut poo tillar to her ses,
?ho changed tue subject by .?-k nj ms a' I h .et
leard Mr. Sumner's lecture. I rea oaded by aay
n< that iruiai a seus-a du.y I ,iad mado ?ue ot'
?ie mous n iu tha. gave him iwouty-nvocoutseAah
tile] ? counttuanc
'.Way,'' ?fi exclaimed, "jou ccrtair.lv don't be
icTe hilf th'.* Wi?udalOiij stwrica tucsc papers ba.-. ;
.T am a j .urnalist, my dear m .darr, ?nd -lo..': ;
jo'.ievo BUj cn. t.. - p tpcrs eiretil tte. Lut do ;. wa t
u.a.itusa. that w.cu tata \o.uia.uou?auiuke tu.ie !
a no fire?*
'.^ono vhstovor. 1 anon z.., tho par i-.r. at.d a:a I
icquaiutcd wita a.; tat i.c.i. Aud thcTuis not a
voi d of trutn ia thuui. I eua tc i i ou tuat no mar
. uso ever created more ftstouis?meu? iu Uostoa
han" thia; fer you must know tua Mi-s. Hooper
was a fashionables lady of t j.j c < nv. r'c la cremt,
whi'o Mr. Sumner, socially, is dote-ted."
"Do yon mean'to Bay that the great S iranor is
:iot oon?idered good society in tho capital of
Yan koo Jo m ?.'
"Certainly I do. His family nevor was much,
and the host people look down on him.!.'
.'Poor daviL" **.
"Of course the marriago was an astonishment.
They wara manned at hor sister's house, and no
one attended but the famil--, and after the cere
nv bid nowly-mado Bistcr-i ?-Law rofuaod to kiss
"My dear madam, you ht,vo no idea how you
oain me. I commisserate Charles. Pray pro?
.'lhoy were mated, but not matched. She was
a gay, iasbionablo creature, fond of admiration,
? while ho is a settled old bachelor, fond of him
' -I see. Sin beli 'Vcd in balla. Charles bolievcd
in Sumner. She wanted fashionable life. He
I winted ono who would sit in rapt admiration of
uh groa tn asa wucn ho waa ptesont, and in his ub
senos amuse hersolf by reading all hisBpeecho?,
a id thanking Providern? for the blessings of auch
"I don't know about that; but I do know that
she carno out one of tho mo--t beautiiul and be-t
.Ire-sod women in Wastiiu :to:i, and wan surround
ed by admirers at ever;/ entertainment; and it was
common io . Mr. Sumner to approach her about
midnight and say, 'Mrs. Sumner, your carriage
waits.' 'Let it wait, Mr. Sumner.' would be tho
response. 'But I am very much latiguea, and
wish to go home' 'In that case you baa botter go
home, Mr. Sr-mn r,' would be tho cheerful reply.
Who.oupo.t the cirolo would .mile as th J Sanator
'.And was that versatile, diplomata Baron
Holstein one of the circle ?"
' I believe so. They were rory intimate. Ho es?
corted her at ali rocepcioui, dinner partied, and
balls, and waa her daily atte mant to tuo Senate
Chamber, wnere they Bat in the diplomatic callory,
and admired Charley in tho d.staucc. f bo wicka.I
town of Washington talked ot another Sickles and
Key affair. But Sickles was a ruffian-Mr. Sum?
ner is a dplomutist."
?.And as ?nair i an f the Com dttoo on Foreign
Affaira in the Senate he addressed an Infor., al rx ?ie
to Mr. ?Seward Secretary of State, requesting tho
recall of tho Baron, whoso presence was prejudicial
to his domestic affairs. IH tl.at thestory tn ?da ul"
**1 baheve 60. At Joist such a story got into
your wicked papers, and when Mrs. sumner road it
she was so mortified and ashamed that m five
hturs afterward uho was on a steamer bound tor
"Io join the Biron?"
'Not?t all; but to join her sister, with whom
she has boen ever since. Tee house m Washinc
tou waa far a timo given up ; but Mrs. Sumner
thoug.it better of ic, aud so returned wi'h her sis?
ter ; aud th J house is to be na.uDiod. That's all.'-'
' You have not tho remotest idea, madam, how
you have rehevod me by thu, uuiavolliag so crave
a trouble. I will bo tempted to print what you
:'I wish yon would. I wish I had tho power over
theso scandalous papers for a while ; I'd sat things
"Madam, your luoid explanation of the Holstcin
Sumner difficuity bad. bo printed."
Affair* in the State.
-AmoB T. Estes, an old merchant of Chester,
died last week.
-J. kesley Davis, the young man who was re?
ported las: week as being mortally stabbed by
Jamison Carter in Chester, is getting well, andi,
now thought to be out of da ticer.
- A young mun calling himself James Williams,
who pretended to han from Boidvilio ?partauburc
District, ca . o to Lauren&vh.e one day last wook,
aud, siter various laiso lopro.ioutations, succeeded
in running up a h >tal and bar b.U at Simmou-.',
docampod uudJetily for Clinton, eav.ug his land?
lord Wiiii the "bag to bola." Said William- mod
tho same gamo at C intoti, but it souuia went one
step too tar. by stealing a spoon ior whian hu was
arrested and brought to jail on Wednesday.
DA0NALT -HELLA 1155.-On Ibe :0th of November, ! y
tho Uov. A. N. WELLS, B v. H. B. Dao-saix, of the souta
Carolioa co foi eu. uto Miss .VIOOJJC E., daughter ot
BILLUM and EMU HxULUO, of Laurena Diatriot,
BaLL-WA ITS.-On the 27th inst, br tho Rev J.R.
It ILEX Col. B. W. CALL to Mini luu, dauyhur ot the
late Judge W. D. Warra, all o. Liuroasville, s, it.
?WIN THE DI?iBICT COUl? C OF CHABLES
rON, DECEllBliB 2. 1887.-Ordo li: that not.ee bo
jjlvoo to all concerned, that In addtuon to hearings cf
matter of coane brcuatht ap (tom day ta-day, a WEEKLY
SESSION, for the more apeody adoinit>traUon of justice,
will ba held on every FTadnatday, st ll o'.lock A. M.,
nder tho pr,vi i ms oontainod ia the Dlsrlc Cou.t
act of sep;eraber, 1866, actions 7 and 8.
The Magistrates are ti quested to make. WEEKLY nr.
1 CBN"a to the Clerk, oi the commitment* maJo by thoa?
i compllenco w.th this request wi? tend mateilaUy to
reduce tho business of thc Quarterly Sessions, and will
I'SO exhibit a willingness promptly to respon i to, or an?
ticipate, the complaints so frequently made, as well to
the Judge ol this Court, as to tho luUitary authoiities, of
kliegcd lnvolous commitments, bo.
Bj order of Judge Looa*.
JACOB W IL LIMAN',
Deputy Clark rjl.tr.ct Court.
Dercmber 2_8 .
fi&TS ATE OF SOUTH CA.. OLI NA, COL?
LEI OK DiSlTtlOI- By B. ALLAN WILLIS, Esquire.
Drdinrry.- her as, BENJAMIN uroh.Es, Commis
loner in Equity, made suit to mo to graut him Letters
If Admini-trat.oa of mc Derelict Estate and effect of
BENJAMIN CltOSBY: Theso aro, thorcfote, o cito and
tdcoonish ail and singular tho kindred and Creditors ol
ho said BENJ .MIN CEOs BK, late of Coffalon Dlstri.t,
Itooascd, that Lhoy bo and ..pp ar, bovro me, in tho
Jour, of Ordtu.ry. lo bo held a Wa t ri oro', on 20th
oecmoer next, of cr publication hereof, at ll o'clock bi
ho forenoon, to shew c use, ll any thoy h ve, why thu
tola Administra hon thou .1 not be gr.n cd.
Given c ider my hand, this Ult-cntu d-y of Novernbs;,
Anno Eomlul, i867.
E. ALLAN WILLIS, 0. C. D.
tO* OFFICE CITY CIVIL EXGINhElt-Cl L Y
SIA. L, CHABLESTON, NOVEilBEB 29. 1867.-STBEL'l
iLIGNKEKI8 AMD TUE BUiiNT DIsTEICT.?.-Tho
ol.owiug extracts trom Ordluauca and Beso...ti. n ador,?
sd by City Cuu.ieil, ts pub.Uhcd far the Latormaiion cu
di owners of property and build rat
.-Eel-'. No owner or build-rot anyhouss orstruo
li.re in too city, shall dig or lay tho lo'uud.uau ihcTcOf
n ir. n; of any street, lau -, al ey or court, or shall ere. t
my wa 1 or loaco ir -nan. ts aforesaid, be.ora he snail
auV. applied .0 lae ul.y surveyor, who shad tay off and
nark out iha Luo front linc or boundary of Mich street,
ano, a ley. or court, aud a.ve a cer.idcaiu uiort-of to thu
own r or eunde-r, for whica services me City surveyor
dull ba paid, iy uo ?alu o.vuor or builder, the sum
mixed t ..ur. to in thc tabb ot !cc3 coulaiuad lu thi i Ural
SEC. V. Il any per on fhall commccco any lounda
ioo, building, wan, or leuoo upon sa. rn: o.-ple-oe oi
aiouad odjJiuLui: tue lino o: aoy s root, Uu?, altey or
aOu l wroiiu t-c el.v. not having malo aap leo.ion to
thu Oliy sur.u or, and butor? tho nae cf stro I shall
aavo bo.n i-i-l oU and u.uua ou' by t..e City -ur.o>o.
in tho manner above dtrectoo, er contrary to .ne .in.
lo Laid off and marisa oat, evory saab patsan, aa wei.
am. loy.r, as master-but uer, u.. .... ior every sucuoi
leuce, lorfdltaed pay the sum not oxaecding ?vo hon?
ored dollar.-); and, moreover, alt bu idiu-,s a .d wo. ..
dona or nui up W.IUJU. suoa appiaiuon lo tho . Ey tar*
Vcjor, or o utrary to tau ihie af stree' wnioh shall bc
1 ia oil'and marltuJ sat b.. mm sh .1 bo uemoisued bj
ordoi of ehe city CouuUi ai tuo ihar?o ano expense el
tho person herein otfanaii.g, a? aloras .1 J.
ihe .oiiowiug r-solatioa waa off-r ct by Alderman H.
Gerdts, Jonua y 2,1306. ana unauinously ta pt.u by
t..o City Counall.
Bu Ivcd That publio noiioo bo givan, that if any por
s n iu.e-ndj to erect a ba ld Um n . o oural Autriote, ha
s .sal ursi appiy io City uoancl Lad kbaartaiu whutner
or no: th? Cl y Laio&dj u widsn t.-..a itroets.
l> >CLS J. Bi?BOT,
November SO_City Clvd . cghoear.
?5TT??NEP.'3 TIC DO?LOUisEUX OB
TDBNEB's HO DOCLOL'r.ECX 02
CNIVL?KSAL KUt7rlAliGlA ?ILL.
UMVKHSalli NBCKAliOM PILL,
1 ?ATE. CEBIAIN AND SPEEDY JEBE FOB NETJ
EALGIA AVD ALL NEBVOCs DISEASES,
It ia an uu?taag rem ody 11 aU ci?ei o: Faa.al Ncur.:
gla, o.teu e?ect?ng a perfoct cure lo a Eiajle day. ;.c
ior a ol Nervous Disease talh to yield taits nia^io toflit
cacc Ev;a tho soreresto aw of Chrsa.o .\eaiul?ia .md
General Nervous Deranjomonts of ma^y yeirs' stan iia;t.
a'Jeoti?g tho ca ira s>sto u, i ro oampia cly an J perma?
nently cured by U m a lew diji, or a lew weaaa at .ne
uinai?E lt coat jt.s tiOthinj ?ijurouo to tue mo?i do i
e^.o system, uni eau alwa- s :.c noel witii p*nect sate:}-.
?i ls in ccoiitant uso by tao bo'.t paystctaas, v:"o ^?va it
their uoaniuaouo tad unquaiifled approval, sen: bj
maa. on reaapt ol al and 1*0 poita^e s.amps. ao.d
ICivNtlt ?Si CO., Solo Proprietors, No. 130
Tremont ItrCQt, Boston, Blass.
September 3_mw; Smos
OTA YO?.SO LADY KEITJBXIA'G TO EU
couiitry hotoe, alter a sojourn o' a icw a.ou'aa tn i
eltj, vrti bars ly ro^ogaizu.l cy her inoaJv lu piaf? oi
a coarse, rustic, ?u~.bod foes, sha lisa a sou ruby coi
plcxiou ot almost marble smoothness, atiJ mstuSO
tw aiy-Uiree she rcailv appeared but Cighteen, Lpou :.
iuiiy as io UM cause Ol ?o great a change, She plait;.,
leid them that ihe used the C1BCA--L1N EAL.M, sn
:ou..i?rod u a-, tao-. -lu-.'-'le aeqa.a.;:ca to any lady's toi. ti
By ?u 'aioa.)/ Ead/ ur usu-ne m."-. c-.- IXJtrove lUcli pu*
eon-i appaaxanof an UuJ'itd fold, it u .i^u, in.
eoiab.uaiiou, as Natur? iif.Bah is :.ia;:c yet aniUrp'.K
ca m its 0iI)C3"7 m driWi-M Isa.iunues norn, tiso jea.
.ug. ricaniUM aad b-suuiyiug me skin and complex e..
\,4 its direct .ctiou ou die cat.ele u diawa from it sil
iutpuritiea, kindly hca mj thu -a...e, a..d Icviu^ th? .
.'ace ia ..ato-? i-a-aa.'eJ :i ihoi-j ba-clear, ?oit, ?mu?
ai, i a-.au...ul. a'..cu .1, "4 Alaj ur L-.pre.a, va? .-.
cu-fc. ri. an eu acr, ey
W. L. CLAltE aa CO., C.icanlr,t.i,
So. S v. cit Fayette taircat,. j n. N. ?.
da ora y Amerioau agents 1er the ?mu ot the .. ...o.
SO" NOTICE-NO DEBTS CO-N TBACTED BY
ere* of Utiilau bark YL'MUiil wiU bo paid by Captain
or Comience of vessel. 3 December 3
?- NOTICE.-NO DEBTS CONTB iCTED BY
orew ol' the British Bark TECUMSEH will be paid by
Captoir. or Conslgoeo of vessel. 3 December 3
SO- CONSIGNEES PEE STE AME li SEA GULL,
troon Baltimore, are hereby notified that i-he is Thu
Day d'scharfiiojr carO'0 at Pier No. 1 Union Whirvei-.
All ROO!? not taken away at sunset will remain on Wbsri
at Coni Igneos' risk. MOBDECAI A CO.,
December 2 1 Agont-i.
?- NOTICE.-CONSIGNEE3 PER BREMEN
bark "3.1 USS," irom Bremon, are hereby notified that
sho h?be n ontored under tho Five Djys Act, and will
dUchngo carao at Atlantic Wharf. All goods not per?
mitted, a tuo expiration of taat time will be sent to
Public Stores. OEOBOE A. HOPLEY A CO.
.ovember 39 3?
?? CONSIGNEES NOTICE_CONSIGNEES
perBriiish Bark YUiiURI are hereby notified that sho
has boan catered under tbs Fivo Day Act, and all Goods
not permitted at tho ox^irsuon of that time will be sent
to Put ?ic Stores. B.WENEL A CO.
tar NOTICE T ) MARINEJL8.-C A P1 A IN *
AND PltOTS wishing to anchor their vesiols tn AS ile?
giver, aro requested no to do M anywhere within dirac
ran^s nf the heads ol the SAVANNAH BAIXBOA
WHARVES, on tho Oharlcttoa and St Andrew's side c
tua Ashley Bivcr, by which pr?caution, contact with th
?ubnxirme Teiugraph Cabl? wiU be .-..voided.
S. 0. TCBNEB, H. IL
Harbor Master's O&oa, Charl aston, February 2, int.
S3- ROYAL HAVANA LO TTE RY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND LNF BMATION FURNISHED.
lhe hi-tio it rates paid for DOUBLOONS and all kinds
ot GO LD AND SIL VEE.
TAYLOR A CO., Hankers.
No. 1? (Vsll street,
October 19_lyr_Nsw York.
SST MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AND THE
HAPPINESS OF TRUE M AN H OD.-Aa Essay tor
Young Men on tho Grima oi holitudo. and the Physic
logiet? Errors, ? buses and Diattases which create im?
pedimenta to MARRIAGE, with sure msaus of Bellet
Scot in sealed lotter envelopes, tree of charge.
Address DB, J. SEILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Aesociatloa, Philadelphia, Pa?
Sa).Umber 10 3moi
air BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-TH lt
SPLENDID ?J ALU DYE II tho best m the world, lhe
only ir..: und p*rjz.i Dy-harailes?, reliable, instan
Uueoua. No diiappomuneut No rid'oulous tints
Natural Black or Ure .vu. Remedies the ill e?*?cts of ba
Du?. I ni g ora tea the bair, leaving it soit and beautiuL
lhe genuine is signed WUliain A. BaitKttnr. AU otb? rt
?re nore iiciumoas, and should be avoided, bold by all
Dru* gist* and Periumer?. Factory, No, Si Baroey
atreat. Now York.
tUr BEWARE OF a OOCNTEUFET2,
Oecomwar Kl lyr
?i- WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL C?fil
Wil ATO 'S OLNTMENT v. ill cure Silt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OIN MENT cures OM Sores.
WtLEAl'ON'? OINTMENT cures all Dlseasos of the
Price 60 cents: by mall 60 cents. All druggists sell lt.
WEEKS k POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
September 16 mwfly
US-NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS GLOOM J
attoidiuis, .ow spirits, depression, Involuntary emu
sioi.s, lois ol' semen, sperm.it ri liesa, los* ot power, ul?*)
hcatl, loss ot' mooiory, and threatened impoten-o and bx
beclity, find a sovereicn cure m HC il PU. REY* H(
MEDPATU?C SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGH1. Com
, os id ot the most valuable mild and potent curatives
.hs;r strike at once the root of tho matter, tono up tb.
sva^em, arr-^t thu dise?are, os. and impart vigor and sn
argy, 'He and vitality, to tho entire man. They havi
cur.d thoa-ands o:'casos. Price j3 per package 0* lbj
boxes und vial, or di per single box. Sold by druggist*
and. sent by mail oa receipt ot price. Address HU ii
PUELltS- 8P&3TFXO HOAItOPAPHIC MEDICEN*
COMPANY, No. 5?J -RUALWAi', NEW YORE.
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat.
Inquires immediate attention, and should bs checked.
If allowed to continue,
lr-nation of Ute Langa, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption,
ls often the result
Hi vine 3 direct influence to the parts, give immediate
reliai For Bronchitis, Asthma, catarrh.
Consumptive and i h i oat Diseases, i roanos
uro used with always good ?u-cess.
slngors and Pabilo Speakers use them to
elnar kau otronuthon the voice.
jbta.u only "UaowN's Una*CHIAL TanoEis," and do
net take uny of tho tVorthteu Iou ationt that ma, bc of.
icrcd. F.rsaleby . OWIK ?i MOISU,
No. 161 MEEl'lNG S in ELT,
Opposite Cnariestou r otol
October 23 m wi Arno
Headquarters Second Military District,)
imnT.nTftH, ?j. C., i.ctobor 9, 607. f
THE FALLOWING INSIRCCTIONs ARE PUBLISH
..O tor tho lalo.m .toa and guidance of the Comar and?
ing OUlcors of Posts in carryin out tao requirements of
General Ordure No. ii, oai-rent series, trom th.so Head?
In any case embraced within the first sub-division ol
Para.raph I ot said Order, the rate of taxation nxoJ by
law, and prevailing a the time ttio tra avaion ?vai mad*
mid cmpUltd, or tht properly, or Ute right, wot parted
(..iii, whian is tho sut-jcot of taxation, shall ccsutuic
tao Usi tor correctiuj: a ch oxee-salva taxati n ; and
tp.n bolag conformad thurc;o, auch tax shall bo valid
._d bluJing-it Ming thj d.sgao; that part of said
Pa. ag ra ph 1 to pro cc. peso., a making bua.nsis o. era
tiona trora ua oroaeoa iraaomtioa ot taxes .u excess
oi the ratea p;cvailin? when i uah opera.'ona ware con
lu any ca-cs arning unaor tho second ! ub-divlsion ol
.?aracraph I. of sattTorder, the rato of tixi.ion imposed
on tho prober y o.- [.craoa of a rasldont of the stato sh ill
io tho basia for correcting ouch tix al affoctixg thc prop
or.y cr person or a con-roalJout; ?nd upon ociugcoa
:ormod thereto, such tax shah ba vai.d and bindins.
la ail CI*JS wdere tuc coilcotl ia of any tax is auapond
cd under ibo first or secojJ 6Ub-?lyisijns of Para^rapa
1. of ;a:J Ordor, tho Order au ponai ,? the sims shailb -
umited to pr.vcnuxg tho collocio . cf any exe.ss of such
tax over and above tao am,un: properly taxable In ac?
cord.n^o wita tho provLnou ot said Order as explained
uy tull circular.
Co.: matiulnj c?lcar? of Post; aro authorlxel to mako
such o:de:a as m-v be rcquisit for carrying iota opera
doa ino .-lau-es ot sail ('rio.- Li coatora-iag wi.h the
I'orcgoinj ptovisioas, sud al; civil edi .?.-a at tho respec?
tive l'oa?3 ararequireJ to comply therewith.
By comaiwdoi B.-evut >I..'or-Ginoral En. IL 8. CASBT.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC Aid-de-Camp,
Acunj A6alatan: Adjutaat-Gancx^l.
Omclal: O, M. MXKMPBX. Aid da-Camp.
Noven-Lr 26 _
licadquai tcrs ?acunil Military Ulstiict,!
CliAilLLaX?.S. C. UOlobeT .1, 1SS7. J
?OEVEEAL OEXI?US NO. 105.]
Pos. comxaudora may admit to boil per*339 BOt 8Ub
jeet to tuo ArtuiOj o; War, nold in .vre*: by militry au
?orit.s "laai^cd with oa'ca.?3 no; capusl, upon security
aa provided :a taafollowias pa.-.praph:
i:ccuii:y ch?a cousu:: 1st, o? a cash deposit of thc
;:moan: lor WMCA '?-ad ts rcqu.rsd as . ail by the state
.aw ia like cases; or, 2d oi a band in Uso sum, roauiop
to tho PO?t Goaimandur, oen? toned lor comi-lia^ce
,vi:ii ad o.dera, mta surety, w..o mus: "o a freeholder
und rau.it.us ily m twice iht amount ol' t? ; peuany, and
must under a al. au borize any eiacar sa ordered by tuc
Post . ominaa-der, ia ca&e ol deUult, and Lou-paymon:
by tba lurety oa dem nd, ta laminan-y sdxeand soil
guilts ?ut o: uc prootXty of pri-sipa: aai surc.y to sa.
l ty tba forielture aad cos..s and immodiatslj upon do
?ult avade, he bstid shall coastitut.- a nea upon tue ?.or
<oaai property ot' bota principal and *u;e:y.
Ail bail and oaicr bond* takea under milita:y author.
ty w.ll coaior;n to tlo luro^ing di.co?oas wlwn not
o:-a.wis0 ipeeially proviicd.
By (icmmand of Uvt. Major-Gencrai ??. R. S. CAJTST.
LOLTa V. CAZIARC,
.Vid-dc-Camp, Act'g ASJ:. Adj't- taenX
Onact.-.l: 0. M. Mli'CtiEL, .Md-de-Caia. .
On ober 24
Headquarters Scccnu Military District,)
eUAr.LISrO.N-, t?. C., N J\*Uibel- 14, 1SQ7. J
[3 nN?H L O???_iS, No. HC]
Hie Sheriff ? ol tae respe elvo Coua?cs and Elsrricts
if Norta cuJ South Cii?l La whi caube to..e prepared
cjp.caof .he ax .isis i r their .cspcc.ive Coau.ius o:
Dutncts, n ting .ht.-e u ali (ic ia .ueut tax i a..cr-, iud
tor ward . f<me ihroujh Pos. uam nder? io th-.-te
Li? qa it.i-s.
.h. e.:?.c :eo preparing 3.?ch copi.s will bj-udlien
a .a tala -s a (.0out/ o. Diittie. cwr,c, t_e ea .
Ly c.m?iaiiJ of bvt Majo.-Gcncra. Eo, P. S. CaNE*.
Lucia V. CAZ1ARC
Aado-de-Camp, Ae.'j .\?.*_ A-j'i. e~i.'l.
O?2cia?: 0. ii. MUCHLL, Aidesla-OUBp.
WE HAU MARRED DOWN
Our Entire Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
IN OOSSEQUENCE OF TH? DECLINE I? THE
pri?es of Woolens in the Northern mar'-cts, ve have
MARKED DOWN ocr entiro block.
TO SUCH FIACRES AS WILL GIVE PURCHASERS
an oppartuxitT that la rarely offered .0 procure
AT LESS TH AN THE USUAL P?ICES POE LNFEBIOB
AND I* VITE ALL IO INSPECT THE GOODS AND
Prices. Belo-* Ls a list of s few of the arbolee in our
S'ock, sho wine: the formor and prese al price:
SOO SACES mid st $12 to $20, now.$10 00
300 Pants seid at $3 to $12. now. 0 00
303 Vests sold at $4 to $T. now. 2 00
Lot fine French Co-.tin; Saoks .-old at $20, now.... 15 00
Lot French Bockhacker .-icu- ?old at $23, now.,.. 20 < 0
Lot fino German Tn cot Sacks sold at $28, now..... 22 00
BCDllAB, WILLIAMS ? PABO,
CORNER OF HASEL STREET,
CHARLESTON S. C
No vernier 1
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MINING AND uinrPAmiiN
No. 60 WENTWOAITH-STRIET,
IN REAR OF
Holmes' Book House.
LRTHDR H. LOCKE, F. S. HOLMKS,
Sue re.ar/. Pr?sident.
N. A. PRATT,
Chemist and Superintendent of Works.
N?veme cr 30 3
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS ? PT., PER DOZEN,
Ci?.: I 11. eec ; ip. 91; 1 qrc 75c.; 2 art $1 22; 8
irk ?1.28; ? qr., ?1.05; 6 qn. ?2.60; 10 qrt, 1. .0O.
PIE ANO BINN'Eit fLi..Eo, s lu. ?0.15; 9 in. $7.25,
FUNNELS-Vial- 60c; Pia's 80c; Quarts $L25; 2
juar.s ?2.0J; ? Quarts i0 00, per d zen.
WASH uA IN-1 (Fresse?, Piala and Japnned -emaU
?2.00; large .3.60. pe. doztn.
L-U^sED OL'ELEND -Ba-small ?8.00; largs $4.00,
oar dosen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS; DAMON & CO.
November . wfm
I. SI. DR?ET ? SON.
SO, 20 BROAD STREET,
CHAKLK.1TON, 8. C.
J. L. FO.MU. Superintendent
iISAAC MIX & SON,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTUREES AND DEALERS IN
OF EV BB Y DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLP
le?? than at suy other es abnsb'i eut lu tuc city.
iud warranted equal io ai y modo in me Umted sates,
ny Descriptive catalogues son; on apphcad-m
August 80 txwSmo
A SIPERB STUCK OP ?1MB
SOLD iXD SOLID SILVER WOT.
ILL WAREAN TED TO RUN AND THOROUGH
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
$10 EA OH.
SATISFACTION GUA SA y TEED.
100 Solid Oold Uuntlug Watchoa.?200 to $1000
io J ola gie uised o oid \Vutmus. *i0 io 6*0
100 Ea is?' Watches, 1 Uauiciiod. 100 io 3oO
?00 Oold Huming Cuiouometer Wu.cu-s... 200 to 0 0
2'.l' Oold Buming Eugdsn Levers.?UJ to 25u
300 Gold auntiuu loupux Watoucs. 160 to 2eo
500 Ooid BuuUug American Watchc. loo t- 250
500 Sliver Hunting Lev.rs. 60 to luO
0IJ > liv er Buuuoog Duplexes. 75 to 250
500 nadies' Oold Waldies. 50 to V50
1000 oo.d Hunting lOpuaea. 60 to 75
luuO AEsoada-eoiu Watches, a 1 Eluda. 60 io IOU
?SuO aitvec Hunuog Wateuoa. 26 to 50
io A) Assoruid >Ever Waxnes. lu to li
The abova s.oek wit. LO ttUi.o.od 01 on tue popular one
price p.an, giving every pa ti ou a hue tfotd or amii au?
rer Waten mr ?lu, w.ibou. robard to rame.
We wioh io immediaool] dispose ot the abovo maociti
cent Stock C.ruica.ei1, naming thc ?rdales, aie placed
Lu reeled envelopes, ant we.i mixed Itu. .era .ra -
?iud to too ar.lue named 0- th ir ceruncaie, upou pay?
ment 01 ion Da.iais, whether u oe a Watch worth ?loeO
or ouo wortu loos, l au icturu o: ai.y 01 our cc.tiii.u.e ?
tntides you .0 ?io oru..ie ii.uicd thereon, u^ou payment,
uvespeouve 0: its w rm; aad as 11 J article vaiueaj iu.6
than ?10 LS named oh any oe-ruhcate, it wu. at on.c
bo S.JCD u-at Ui;s is tao Lo: cry, out 11 strolgbLorWaXd
legiumate transact!., n, wu.cu may be pardeii.ated La
even by ihe aao?i ?as-uiousl
A tm?le i er..hcate wu bo scat b.- mail, postpaid, upon
receipt 01 _5 cento, nve mr si, ??eveu mr ?.', thirty?! ire*
dna elegant premium tot to, eu.y-.-ix and more voluab.o
uiemaum mr ?lo, .is Lundre . and moat superb Waa 1
.oral -. IOAveuts,or dosewishing -mpioyinuut, una
is a rar? opportunity. lt is a lvgitiXBate.y conducted
uusinuia, cuy uataori?-d ey tuc ?uvcruiucai, aid open
io .uc most _-dre.ua scrudny. li y us. Adores?
Vf luit tx?. BBO. x CO..
Itr.porters, No. io) LiroauWay, N. Y.
O.-tober ? _
TUK CELEBRATED ..L'R.VlO .HIL HO s
CO?.." combme is.ruction wnh amusemeut, and
a.t3 forever, best, okapi.at, cheapest and most power,
m Microscope in t.e wand; magu des lO.UuO .imo.-, or
iqual to ta?.- JJJcroseop-s cosan,; ?JO; mide on an eu?
lie.7 tio.v flan rcquJiEg no local adjUoimeut, lhere.
ore' it .an be readily usci uv every Oae-aTen by
:uildron. A oeaut.im ?itt io Old or yaua.-; adapted .0
aie family circa as weh s ac icc tilia use; SLOWS ri..
ldUltOTat.OL>S in IO d, .ECUS-ICS bl m.im?h in a SlUg.0
Irop ol water, eels in viuena?-, globule, m mt, U.OJ
IOU o ber Umds, tubular s.tu.iureoi hair, claws Oa a
L 'a loot, a so tho cele rat<?J "tdchina srir..ha" or pera
vorm, Wuleh is ciusmg so mauy deatbs am .1 pork
laura; and in ?act the oojecta ..hieu ma> bu.xaiuiued
j this v-oud.rful Microscope ure without uumbor. A.i
re nv.tea to cad and see its y.ea. mag., 1...na 4cw...
t took tuo first premium at thu ohu butte r' ir. Libe*
'ai eisuouui to Age-its, schoo.s au i nea 1 rs. IV.ce fe3.60.
is? ked m a ne t box and sen. prepaid io any a drvas 011
eceipt of ?2.75. Aton;y eau be seat by 1 un at our ri k
.dar. >s GtOitGE ALEAilE, Dra.eor No. SO, iuciue, Wi
?ousin. _.November 13
PIA>0-PURTKi5-UltA.\U, Stil ARE AMI
UPIUGtll-Which aie now ackno?vlod;ed to bu,
jy the Leading Ar.isis in ibis counuy, sLi'tlU. B TO
l.N?OiUl.Bs IN Ailtltie,^ ihe-c li.strm.xuts pos
less every moderu improvement, ara 01 tue largest size,
ini-hed in UABVuL und PLAIN ROKEWOOD CAaEa,
imbraemi' every Variety c: aiy.o. L.c- hao th-: iu,.
-lEXALLICl'liAOlE, UVEBSTUU-NG U.AS-S.wi.h or with
mt the Baratta arrangement. Earb baa the FEEN. 1,
JBA D AClIO-V uckuow.edgcd to be- superior to any
i.ber in rapid cxecui'ou lUese Instruments ate ad
mvt.N, ?EVIN a*'io a gCAiiiEO aud S?V?J AN? a liuirj
)CTAV?S; coustructao 01 TUucouuaL? SC.U.U.NC? ivoun,
l id ol tile uuesi and boot material, rcroliiar mwiit.
tuioxjia QUAXIXIES, SWUEXXLU aid pb-nii? or xo>t'
hroui'bOui no..uure .?EOISILU: ELbGA.<Cn OFEI.N?MJ
jUlGltiaAT uC1.AEI1.I11, tut- Piauo-Foiles ol olcs.-rs.
!. >Ni'S ft sON ara uasurpOiSed by aoy o.her m kera m
lie WVitED, une caV-i likuU tue BIo:l-.3l Ei\E.uitjj
A'iii.EiVt.1. tXiliOi Ll), i e oaiiie ta'oi.itits ?mee
.jaole tels urm luprvducoa^CtEBltJ . ENoi uL'aaE.N 1,
L.so euao.e tu m ... ollei then . I ..NO t'UUXba lo the
,aUi c -t twjum P.n u-ila- lo.v. I tuan auy oller . ?mi.
?-A-^ munufa (daw tu inc couctry.
lue sp?v?oiaUianiuu ui Dealers, Uachcraand oiber
s iuVitei? '.O .. CeX.ii ...atlou ul ilicSa PiaU-S bviO.c kia.
ur their ac cciiu.. e.=awuere. Evuij ia? rau.eut i?* .ai,
iV ABttAN~ tail Pott fc'iVt i E. us. Euoer^.uve- 011.0
ai? sent tu ail pvir.s ot thu couutr. up-ou ap.,, c a0 A
1 <=*?. Ji_NNYs a. MMi,
Nos. 23u and MW Mat Ust ai ork.
3ctween 2d and 3d A .unusa. rMta
btptember 27 ijr
TO 8 ML TBUB8DAY, THE fir?
IN'sT.-THE F?BST.CLAS3 BBTTII l
Iron Screw steamship FiONEEB,
_ j w. SBACXTOBX). Master, haring s
large portion of her cargo cnpaecl and going e.otra,
will sall a* sboTe for Liverpool direct
For Freigut engagements apply to
W. B. SMITH 4 CO.,
No-?mbor 27 Napier's Bangs.
Jkx THE Al AMERICAN SHIP B. H. T?CKEB,
ySfaL B. T. RUNDLETT Master, ls now ready for cargo
and will have dispatch for tte above port.
For Freight o-gasoments apply to
8 I? Ei. 1' B ..OTHERS * CO.,
November 29_No. 74 East Bay.
AA UTE Al FAST SAILING BARK "LEONI?
jSSSt DAS," HOWABO Matter, har* two thirds of her
cirgo engaged and going on board, will have dispatch
for the abo va port
For Freigut engagement1, apply to
BI3I-EY A CBETGHTON,
_Noremb3rM_Noi. VU and MB Esst Bay.
VESSELS WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
TO LOAD SHTNJLES. DBESSED AN IN
TBE BOUGH, tor Northern Ports. Highest
rstts pail. TUC KEB k JACKSON.
Shipping and Commission Morena .ts,
Novoraber 39_No lia East Buy.
FOR NEW YORK- MERCK A vi S' LISE.
TH ; FIRST CLASS REGULAB PACKET
Schooner LILLI, B. FBAKCIS Master, wants 2C0
bales Coito i und L-ght Freight to ..ll up, and
sall with quiclc dispatch.
November 89 fm. WILtUM BDACH.
KOR BO TON.
THE NEW 8C?B. "L. Q. C. WISH ABT, .*
Mas jil, rr.aftar, baring tho bulk ot har ergo
engaged, wUl take a emil amount of liga,
f remit for the above uort
For Freight engagements a pl - to
BI LEY * CBETOHTON,
N s 143 an 1113 Cut Bay.
Superior accommodations for passengers,
MER? HANTS' MAE.
NCW TOBE AND 1 HABLESTON PACKETS.
F B NSW YORK.-FBEIGH IS F^BWABDED TO LT?.
EBPOOL ANO HAVRE. ANO ALL POINTS NO-lTH
AND EAST UNI TE J STA1B <
THIS LINE 13 C IMPOSE n OF THE FOL?
LOWING FIKST-CLASS TACKfcTS, leaving
c eh port weakly:
Schooner B. N. HAWKINS. 393 tons, Wyatt,
'chooner M CROVER, 433 tons, Hughes, Master.
Schooner ROBERT CALDWELL, 466 toas, McCormick.
>cho:>ner MOSES B. BBAMH.YLL. 336 tons. Hussey,
Schoner LILLI, 412 tons, Francis, Maate-,
?oheoaer . W. SMIiH, 410 tons. Tooker, Master,
Also other MR vT-: LASS VESSEL? mnniag m eos?
lection. Freight TAKEN AT LOWEST KA.E8. All
rerch mdix : or prod ce consioaed to uro of the Age. ai
viii bo forwarded FUSE OF COMMISSION from tins
>ort to potuU o: destitution, and .NoUUANc EiFoXT?
SD AS LOW A* SI F?B3T-CLA8S SIEAMftHTPd OB
.AIL Vt > sELS. ,
For Freight engagements .-ppl . to
WI..Ll iM BOACH. Charleston. 0.
Or to N. L. MoJBaUDX n OJ., New York.
No vom ber 16 imo
TO LO ? FOB CU HA, BARBADOS, 8T.
_ Thoms, . a?s.u, M rico. Cental A m er. ca,
3ivtr Platte, Liverpool, Loadon a d Bremen.
For Northern and Eastern eorts. Goad ra es Riven.
BISLE? & CRtTuHiON,
t hipping a_d Cumruiss on Mere ?ania,
November 18 Imo No-. 143 and 145 East bay.
NEW YORK. AVD OM VRLiB VtOM
THE SPLENDID S1TEWHETL
STEAMSHIP "CHARLE TON, cap sin
Essa's, will bail OU Wtlnuday, .he 4th
Inst., -t 11X o'clock, A. M., from Ad?
[er's - oath Whait.
For out wa id tte; ht engagements, a'.ply to CO CB?
L'EN A Y lt T it EN ; i OLM, corner Adger** Wusrt sod
ms Bay, Up Stairs.
For Jra^snKe sud nutters pertaining to inward bast?
iese, apply to si lit ET BKOliLtB.- a CO., No. T4
The Cii AM PION will follow on Saturday, 7th lost, ai
IK o'cioJt, P. M.
STREEf. CROTHERS *<0.,1 -
COURTENAY A TBE-SHOLM, J iBm*m
Daces. ?xir 8
FOR NEW YORK.
THE S i Es SHIP MIAMI. M. Mo
hf?i ?>U GLACOULIS. Master, sid I a eon--?
For Freigu in sgeina-U apply to
JOHN % THIO. G Tl Y,
Novom bar 29_N.rtn Ailsa.lo Waa rt
CHANGE OF .SAILING DAY.
THE STEAMSHIP ALLIANCE, JAS.
E. KILLY, Master, will sail a? above
on W'diuuday, 4th pros , at - o'clouk.
For eogagemeuts apply to
H. F. B.VKEB A CO.,
Na SO Cam borl.md street
LATHBUBY, WIWKKBSHAM k CO., j
A,'oets in PhhadJiphla.
rcBNAsronA. JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, TIA
THE NEW AN I) SPLENDID STEAM?
BR .'DICTATOR" (l'JO? tons burthen).
Captain E. M. CQXSTTXS, will leave
Middle Atlantic Wharf ?very Tuuday
fight, at 9 o'clouk, tor tue aoove places, eonu, cling
vim the Goonda Central BaiJroac at ttvsiiaah, tor Ms?
on, Mobile sud New Orles.,*.
All Freight must oe paid bore by shippers.
For Freight or Passags, apply ou board OJ at the oeT et
if J. D. AIKEN it CO.,
r?RN'A ?DINA, JACKIONV-LLE, AND ALL TBS
L AND IN G-> ON THE sT. JJHN'4 RIV EU, VU
istm.> T-12 NEW AND SPLENDID STEsM?
HR EN ol TY POINT (1U0 to.s oar-aej),
Csi-tnu a. Amans, .vu; leave Midd.e. AC
_ U iuc \- Uar. ?very friday .\.,iu, tt 9
I'O.O.U, tor tu? ub^vj pko?j, eouaactmg wiai .a.- Gear*
lb Cea ra. :!.UJ d >i j.ViUa^j, .Of OloeOn, MOOUSS?d
.?uw o .eau-.
Ad ?feo ?ut anist b.i p .li uers by the s lipper*.
For Frugal or a-aa? 'gd, apaiy <i, DOUTJ, or at ths ot?
lu? ol UtVo^EL ft lia, AgOBiS,
Corner of Vanoeraorst's Wuari ?aid uti. nay.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA,
3Y CHABLESTON AND SAVANNAS STEAM-PACXET
L1N? T^I-WEEKLY "I* BbAUFORI AND HLL
1 ON HEAL- WEEK-Y V?A BLUFFTON.
ITEAMSR PILOT BOY.Cipt W. T. MoN'Xtrr
I'IEAMEB FANNIi......Capt F.Pxcs.
ONE Of IHE AI>0 it alEaMEBS
w:U lt-avs C?ar.estou ?vei7 Morulay,
?T? W?dnaday aud c y Murnu.u 81 7
, ..t^a-n o'clock; and savannali tsT-ry M ?..Mp,
Wt-Jiu-.ay ttud Fi vuuj/ Homme, at 7 oVlock. io ,ro
ug ut SidJ.ou ou M do.;, inp -^rom Ciurae? i, and
(Keilritittuv, aie, iii m >av^uuab.
Ali Way i'roi?ut, lUso b.a?tcu Wharfage, r.a. c oe pro.
?or Frjlabt or Pa.nae, apply to
JO?N Ebu(iO>u.H, Acoomn odanon wcarf.
FOR EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
JtT"**, TH? 8 iZAMEB ST, H-LiN4, CAPT?
iTffSsi^f?irrry? D- BaXLZ, wiirea:ivj Freigut T.i?Day,
aa .?.iv- ivJorroia Morning, a; 9 o'claO^ ?nd tua.ai
VtlnuJM i Morning. ?t 7 o '... oe a.
i or F.-ei JE; or Passage, app.y on board or to
JwtLN H. ai ?et PAY.
Dccosiber 0 1* Moikct Wlisrf.
CHE RAW ADVERTISER,
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE. ABI.
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OT eacu suu&uquuut iut?ru?u. 7*
AU A?verascuicuts to un aisuuuuy ina. koa, or thef
rill bo pubusueu uaitil ordered oat, aud murnea secara
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ai jf'itietion OJ tb? al'uvs iMi rfiii 3? .a.tae
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