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VOLUME VI.-NUMBER 996.]
CHARLESTON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1868.
EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
Ten Thousand Democratic Majority in
the Upper District*.
[SPECIAL Ti LEG HAM TO THE DAILY NEWS.]
COLOMBIA, November 6.-Prominent Demo?
crats here thint that Reed has a majority of
45OO, Tally's majority 5000, and up country will
"give a total Democratic majority of 10,000.
Joe Crews, of Laurens, asked a Federal offi?
cer to report that the election passed off in
such a turbulent manner, that it would be well
to garrison that place. The Federal officer re?
fused, and said that everything appeared very
No white Radical vote in Abbeville. In New?
berry four white Radical votes-two only being
No additional particulars in regard to Ibe
murder of Dr. Sholl, of Laurens, or of the dis?
turbance at Whitehall, in Abbeville.
Columbia quiet and no excitemen'.
ENGLISH OPINION OF THE RESULT OF THE PRESI?
LONDON, November G.-Thc Times, in dis?
cussing the Presidential election, says "that
although the Democrats are beaten and the
representation in Congress is largely against
them, they are yet a powerful party, and must
greatly influence the policy of the government.
The success of Grant no one is disposed to re?
gret. H6 has fairly won bis high rank by hard
work, real devotion to his country, and services
which w?l live long in its remembrance. He
is no politician, and will take his office with
greater freedom than if be had uttered all the
shiboltths of his party.
THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT-SEUI-OFFI
LONDON, November*,-?he Post announces
the following programme as semi-official :
The dissolution of Parliament will lake place
on the lltb instant. All uncontested elec?
tions are to commence on the IGth, and con?
tested elections in boroughs on the 17th, and
in counties at a later date. The new Parlia?
ment will be summoned to meet on Wednesday,
9th December, when the Queen's speech will be
delivered and the policy of the Ministry on
questions at issue announced. Dennison will
be re-elected Speaker. It is believed that the
House will be ready to proceed to business by
Monday, 14th December. The Opposition will
probably move as a test question an amend?
ment to the Qaeen's speech, which th J House
will debate until Friday, the 18th, when, it is
supposed, the motion will be carried by a large
majority, and the House will be adjourned ur?
ti! the following Monday. On reassembling
the House the Premier will announce his re?
signation and that of his colleagues in the
Ministry. Mr. Gladstone w?l follow with a
motion to adjourn over for the holidays to af?
ford on opportunity for the formation of a new
SPAIN-GENERAL DULCE'S DEPASTURE FOB CUBA
DELATED OK ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS - DECREES
OF THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT.
MADRID, November 4.-General Dulce de?
lays his departure for Cuba on account of
The Provisional Government has received
many petitions for the abolition of slavery, lt
is positively asserted that the Government will
not recognize the Mexican republic.
PRUSSIA-OPENING OP THE PARLIAMENT BY KINO
BERLIN, November 4.-King Winiam to-day
openel the Prussian Diet. Ho said new
sources of revenue were needed to provide for
increased expenditures. Relations with all
foreign powers were satisfactory and friendly.
He hoped Spain would succeed in indepe ndently
reconstructing her affairs on a basis which
would render the future welfare of the people
secure. The King concluded by declaring that
the wishes of the sovereigns and the popular
craving for peace ,vould ensure peace and
should remove those groundless fears of which
advantage is too often taken by the enemies of
WASHINGTON, November 6.-Grant left Ga'e
na yesterday, and wid spend several days on
the route. He writes that ho would much pre?
fer returning home^-quietly, and without any
demonstration at titi s place. He suggests
that a few days after his arrival his fiends can
visit him at his iesidoncc.
A delegation of Democrats from New York
are urging McCulIoch'a removal. Mccul?
loch expresses his willingness to retire on
the slightest intimation from tho President.
The government expenditures for October
are twenty-one and three -quarter million, ex?
clusive of interest.
HenryS. Hoyt has boen appointed Supervisor
or the Revenue for Rhode Island and Connec?
The revenue to-day is $284,000.
The debt statement published shows a de?
crease- of $7,500,000.
General Grant has issued on order regulating
the confinement, in penitentiaries and jails, of
soldiers and prisoners sentenced by military
Johnson, Democrat, telegraphs from Cali?
fornia that he is elected to Congress.
? The annual report of the Freedmen's Bureau,
just made by General Howard, shows an ex?
penditure during the year of $3,977,000. He
sees no necessity for continuing the Bureau
beyond the 1st of January, at which time it
expires by Congressional limitation, and his
recommendations for the futare look only to
the continuance of th s freedman'? hospitals at
Washington, Richmond, Vicksburg and New
Orleans, the estimate for all of which amounts
to only $90,000. The educational work and
that of aiding freedmen to collect their claims
is already provided for by law, and shall con?
tinue until further action is hal by Congress,
but the Bureau will have surplus funds enough
to go on in this work without further appro?
priations. The Behool expenditures daring the
present year were $2,000,000, of which the
freedmen have paid $360,000, Northern benevo?
lent societies, $700,000, and the Bureau
Additional Election Retorna.
North Carolina is st?l doubtful, but is gene?
rally thought to have gone for Grant by 5000
majority. Large Democratic gains were made
in the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th Congressional Dis?
tricts. Cobb in the let, Heaton in the 2d,
Deweese in the 4th, and Last in the 5th, all
Rids, are elected. The returns indicate the
election of Shober in the 6th, Durham in the
7th, and possibly Mokoy in the 3d District
The three last named are Democrats.
Seventy counties iu Georgia give the Demo?
crats over 30,000 majority.
Minnesota goes twelve thousand for the Re?
publicans. Donnelly is certainly defeated.
Hendricks will contest the election in Indi
diana by allowing Baker to be inaugurated
Governor, and then suing out a writ of quo
NEWS JFK OM FLO JUD A.
TWO THOUSAND ?TATE ABMS SEIZED-THE GOVEB
TALLAHASSEE, November 6_Two thousand
stands of State arms, in transit bj railroad
from Jacksonville to this place, were seized
last night by unknown poisons near Madison.
A special train, with* a detachment of soldiers,
left here at four A. M. to-day for the scene of
Hamilton has been uominaied for Congress
by the Republicans.
The Legislature is still in session, but will
probably r.djourn to-day.
AV. N. Saunders, a colored man, is out as an |
iodependent candidate for Congress.
LATER_Harrison Reed, Governor ot the
State, was impeached by the Legislature to?
day, charged with high crimes and misde?
meanors in office. The charges were preferred
by Horatio Jenkins, President of the late Con?
stitutional Convention. Tliree-fovrths of the
members present voted in tho affirmative, but
all the member* were not in attendance. Gov?
ernor Hoed will contest the case, and Ins
friends claim that body in session ia iiicfrai.
Tboy may adjourn to-morrow.
Prom the bc3t accounts that eau be obtained
the parties who destroyoJ the State arms on
tho railroad last night, must havo found the
arms at Madison. They broke open tho cases
of liri??, and broke and scattered them along
the track for some miles. The ammunition
shared thc same fate. The arms and ammu?
nition cost tho State $20,000.
Comparative Quiet in Savannah,
SAVANNAH, November C.-Negroes all quiet
to-day. Only two small fights occurred.
Condensed N'ewa by Telegraph.
Slight shocks of earthquake occur almost
daily in San Francisco. A sharp shock was
felt on the night of tho fifth, which lasted
twelve seconds, and caused considerable alarm
but no damage.
Fortress Monroe advices state that the Wil?
loughby Spit Lighthouse boat has been re?
placed, and shows two lights, os per chart.
j General Rosecrans will leave jjgw York for
I Mexico by to-day's steamer.
j The President has signed an extradition
treaty with Italy.
The application for an appeal in the Stirratt
case has been dismissed. Surratt is now abso?
Mr. Childs, of the Philadelphia Ledger, ar?
rived in London Tuesday. He is the guest of
Mr. "Walter, of thc Times. He will also be en?
tertained by George Peabody and Charles
General Grant received thc election returns
Tuesday night, at his residence, in Galona, Illi?
nois-a special teloRrapluc wiro turing been
extended to his house for tho occasion.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON.
The Finance Committee of the Citizens' Par?
ty feel assured that every lover of law and or?
der, every owner of property or of city securi?
ties, every merchant, mochanicand day laborer,
must feel the vital importance of Mooring for
our city a good and economical administration
of its municipal affairs.
It must be apparent to every resident of this
city that thc election of thc Radical nominees
would destroy what little remains of the city
credit, add greatly to tho burftious which aro
already so oppressive, and inaugurate such a
condition of affairs as would drive from our
city all men of capitul who havo thc mcan6 of
escaping from such evils. Thc great want of
our city is additional capital, which would at?
tract to us an increased commerce, which
would bo beneficial to all classes. To drive
away capital would be ruinous to property
holders, business men and labo era alike.
The committee feel that the coming election
differs from all othr-s that have precoded. IL
is no longer a contest between political parties,
neither is it a mero matter of preference for
one man or set of men over another man or
set of men, nor is it a contest in which thc in?
terests of men of different race or color run
counter to each other. On the contrary, no
class or sot of mon havo a greater interest in
thc success of the Citizens'candidates thon our
colored population. The capitalist can remove
with his family to moro favored sections,
where his capital will yinld him a sato and sure
return; but the laborer ia forced to remain
where he is, and encounter ail the evils of po?
verty and distress.
Tho contest is between good managoment,
economy, law and order, and prosperity on the
one side; and corruption, mismanagement, ex?
travagance, tumult and ruin on the other.
Ihe success of ono party gives promise of at,
least no further increase of taxat.on, a restora?
tion of creJit, protection of life and property
without regard to race ot color, aud, as a natu?
ral consequence, an increase in thc value of |
property, and the instilling of new life and
vigor iuto every brauch of industry, The suc?
cess of the other party will surely entail a
large increase of taxation, the destruction of
credit, a marked diminution in the value of
real estate, and a stagnation in every depart?
ment of trade which would injurious y affect
the professional man, the merchant, the me?
chanic and the laborer.
In conclusion, the committee bring to tho
POtiCO Of their fellow-citizens the fae; that to
carry on a Canvass Hl?n?y is absolutely requir?
ed, and trust that every member of tho com?
munity will contribute freely and liberally.
They feel that they can, in this instance, ap?
peal not only to the patriotism and generosity
of the community, but also to the feeling of
self-interest; and contributions to this fund
may properly be regarded as a premium of in?
surance paid to protect property and business,
and to 6ecure the blessings of good govern?
The following named gentlemen have been
appointed, and have consented to servo, as
collectors in tho various wards and districts, as
enumerated below, and to them only should
contributions be paid.
East xJay and wharves south of Broad-street
-Cleland K. Huger, Wm. C. Courtney.
East Bay and wharves north of Broad-street
-li. D. Mowry and Wm. E. Howland.
Broad-street, from East Bay to King-Z. B.
Oakes and Goo. L. Holmes.
Meeting-street, from Cumberland to Went?
worth, also Hayne-struet-Wm. T. Burge and
Geo. H. Moffott.
King-street, from Eroad to Wentworth-F.
Ton Santen and Wm. Lanneau.
King-street, from Wentworth to Calhoun
Wm. Mattbiessen and Charles Webb.
For such portions of the Wards as are not
included in the above :
Ward No. 1-D. J. Paul and W. S. Adams.
Ward No. 2 -Theodore Stoney and Edward
Ward No. 3-L. C. Nowell and J. A. Quack
Ward No. 4-Broderick Richards and Henry
Ward No. 5-R. Arnold and T. D. Potterer.
Word No. 6-Hutson Lee and J. C. Oetjen.
Ward NJ. 7-George H."Gruber and Eugene
Ward No. 8-W. S. Henerey and H. Hoffman.
To thc Citizens of Charleston.
The gentlemen who have been appointed to
act as collectors for the citizens' party,x are re?
quested to act promptly and energetically, and
to report to the treasurer on Saturday after?
noon, between the hours of four and five.
The following gentlemen have been added to
thoso already published :
"Ward No. 5-P. Moran and Somers Harles?
Ward No. C-J. C. Campbell and J. T. Kana
paux. L. C. NOWELL,
Troasurer Citizens' Party,
South Atlantic Wharf.
THE ELECTION IN THE STATE.
We continue our summary ot thc election
returns from the various counties of tho State,
as reported expressly for THE NEWS. We be?
hove that there is now no doubt that Whittc
moro and Bowen, Republicans, have been
elected to Congress from the First and Second
Districts respectively, while Reed and Simp?
son, Democrats, aro corlainly elected from the
Third and Fourtli Districta.
THE RE TU .1X3.
Dem.. Rep. Total. Maj. Maj.
Courthouse. SOB 384 692 _ 76
Cokestmry. 2G7 80 317 187 ....
Ninety-six. 320 _ 320 320 _
Greenwood.254 _ 254 25? _
Donaidsonvillc... 145 6 151 139 ....
Due West. 91 2 93 89 ....
Union. 01 _ 91 91 _
Tribblce. 157 .... 157 157 ....
Warrenton. 57 133 190 ... 76
Calhoun's Mills... 173 74 247 99 ....
Burdeaux.H'3 .... 103 103 ....
Bradley'B. 145 60 205 85 ....
Cotbrans. 18C 2 188 184 ....
Cedar Springs. 35 51 80 _ 16
Wotdville. 300 _ 300 300 _
Long Cane. 77 18 95 59 ....
Whole County... ' 2750
ANDERSON Con NTT
Courthouse.i 377 211 608 146 ....
Boneapath. 125 30 155 95 ....
Pendleton. 2(il 138 339 63 ....
Belton. 175 25 20J 150 ....
Dart Corner.ICO _ 100 100 _
Holland's store... 191 _ 101 101 ....
Bock Mills. 68 .... 68 68
Orville. 67 6 61 51
Milford's. 94 30 124 64
Whole County, est'd. 1500
Courthouse. 173 297 470 _ 129
Aiken. 378 354 732 24 ....
Wdliston. 223 49 272 174 ....
Bamberg. 282 262 544 20 ....
Beaufort. 40-- 447 487 .... 407
St Bolen*. 1U2 1012 .... 1012
Gray's Hill. 410 410 .... 410
Garner's corner... 6 446 450 _ 440
Chlsolm's Linding 4 -131 135 .... 127
Grahamville. 69 281 353 .... 215
Wassamaeaw. 67 49 116 18 _
Pineville. 19 163 187 .... 149
St. Stephen's Dep't 100 242 342 _ 142
John's Is.and. 16 883 899 .... 8C7
St. James' Santoe. ... 419 419 _ 419
Courthouse..402 5fc2 984 _ 180
Whole County, est'd.' 200
Cheraw. 233 444 677 _ 211
Oro. 156 121 277 35 ....
( ld Store. 195 60 255 135 _
Jefferson's. 140 16 155 125 ....
Courthouse. 184 20 204 164 ....
Cole Hill. 134 12 146 122 ....
Whole County... ?70
Ridgiville. 168 126 284 32 _
Waiter'oro". 199 277 476 .... 78
Bound 0. 29 111 140 .... 82
Maple Cauj. 46 63 99 .... 7
Bell's X Roads.... 69 60 1 09 9 ....
SalkebutchlOork. 66 55 121 ll _
Blue Bouse-. 27 643 670 _ 6 6
Whole County, est'd. 100J
Courthouse. 252 807 1059 _ 555
society Hill and
S-nriii cretk.Ill 482 593 _ 371
Hicksville. 195 13 208 182 _
F ASHFIELD COUNTY
Wiunsboro*. 327 404 791 .... 137
Ridgeway. 185 282 407 .... 127
Doko. 81 _
Whole County. 265 2630 2945 .... 2415
Courthouse. 374 411 815 67
McCullough's. 113 35 148 78
May field'd. 46 68 114 _
C dar Falls. 70 30 100 40
Grove Station. 57 66 123 ....
Brockman'*.. 61 37 98 24
Jones. 95 45 140 50
Bato.vllle. 76 38 114 3H
Montgomery's.... 68 til 129 7
Whole County.... 273
Camdtn. 433 1015 1448 .... 582
Red Hill. 37 2:i3 270 .... 190
Whole County. 787 1464 2241 _ 667
Courthouse. 143 169 312 .... 26
Whole County, eBt'd. lKJO ....
Whole County, est'd 1932 1194 3126 738 _
Whole County. HO _
Courthouse. 323 478 801 .... 155
Wh le County. 200
Courihouse. 460 8.3 1323 _ 401
Frog Level. 469 51 510 408 ....
C. buber's.163 .... IGJ 163 ....
TulaUer. 73 93 166 .... 20
Longshore. 379 .... 379 a7t) _
Williams'. 134 _ 131 ia4 ....
May Danton. 40 .... 40 4) ....
Gymph's. 96 _ 90 96 _
Cramer'.-t. 95 _ 95 ?15
Whitiuore'ri. 65 .... cs 55
Wadliuo't0a'ri. 79 .... 7u 7-j
Wi.ole County.2033 1L07 Iki.d ?026
WhaitC.unty est'd 1089 :u 1331 84" _
Lwisviile. 83 398 481 _ 315
RICHLAND CO -
Columbia-Wurd 1. 108 262 370 .... 164
Ward 2. 318 379 697 .... 61
Ward 3. 122 177 299 .... 55
Ward 4. 285 273 ?68 12 ..
Whole City. 258
Camp Uround. 106 103 209 3
Ireunoira's. 20 215 2J5 .... 195
Courthouse. 441 103 549 333 ....
UNION 1 OUNTY
Whoie Cuw.ty. 1000
Kmgritree. 102 347 449 .... 245
Black Mingo. 70 67 127 13 ....
ln.diut.towu. 51 248 299 .... 197
Muddy croek. 84 45 1*9 39
Sulteu's. 37 96 133 .... 69
Anderson. 05 26 90 40 ....
Salters. C7 289 356 .... 222
Gourdiu'o . 51 210 261 .... 119
Cedar Swamp. 24 130 154 .... 106
York nile. 498 293 731 195 _
Buirsville. 133 132 20i 1 _
Bethel. 133 74 213 65 ....
McConnelaville. .. 1G0 153 309 3 _
Bethany. 63 36 99 27 ....
Boydtou. 130 5G 186 74 ....
Wylie's Store. 75 49 124 26 ....
Whole Cou ty. est'd. 500
-The delivery o'freight is thc subject of
an au mated discussion in tho New York jour?
nals, lt is stated that in that city manv con?
signees ol' merchandise arc uudcrtho impres?
sion that they aro privileged to leave their
goods upon thc wharf at tho risk of the vessel
as long as suits their convenience, and that 110
delivery takes place until sonic person repre?
senting them shall, when they seo lit to do so
give a receipt fur tho packages. Under thes?
circumstances, when goods have beeu dam?
aged ur stolen, a contention nlmodt invariably
arises betwecu the parties interested. Tim
1 iw on the subject, however, has recently boen
I ud down by Judge Blatchford, of tho United
States District Court. whosa\s thai in tho case
ot an ordinary bill ot lading, containing more?
ly thc usual clause for delivery to the consig?
nee at tho port named, it is well establish d
that delivery on tho wharf of the goods trans?
ported by tho vessel is sufficient, provided due
uotice bo given to the consignee, and provided
also, the different consignments arc properly
separated, so ns to be open to inspection by
thor respective owners, and a fair opportuni?
ty is afforded to the cousigneo to remove bis
goods, but that the carrier is responsible fur
the valuo of tho goods if he delivers them to 1
the wrong person, even though by mistake or I
-A l?rg" Belgian vessel arrived recently at
Civtta Vecchia, having on board for the Papal
Government a considerable number of Reming?
ton rifles, 500 kegs of powder, 200,000 cartrid?
ges and sixty tons of lead.
WU URE TO BEG I STE lt.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 1 register at the
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 2 register at the
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 3 (First Precinct),
living south of Market-street, register at the
RESIDENTS OF W/.RD No. 3 (Second Pre?
cinct), living between Market-street aud Went
worth-3treet, on the north side of Market and
on tho south side of Wentworth, register at
the Palmetto Eogine Hon?e, Anson-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 3 (Third Precinct)
living between Wentworth-street and Calhoun
stroct, on the north side of Wentworth and tho
south side of Calhoun, register at the Eugine
House in Inspection-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 4, (First Precinct,)
living south of Hasel-strect and Beufain-strcet,
and on the south side of those streets, register
at tho LTopc Engine House.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 4, (Second Pre- 11
cinct) living between Hasol andBeufrin-atreots,
and George and Bull-itr^ets, on the mrth aide J
of Hasel and Boufain, and on the south side of t
Georgo and Bul!, remoter at the Stonewall 1
Engine House, at the corner of George and j
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 4, (Third Preciuct,)
living between George and Bull-streets, and
Calboun-atrect, on the north side of George
and Bull and the south sido of Calhoun,
register at the Engine House in Smith-strocl. I i
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 5 (First Precinct) 13
living south of Ann and Judith streets, and on
the south side of those streets, register at | t
the Eagle Engino House.
RESI JENTS OF WARD NO. 5 (Second Precinct)
living north of Ann and Judith streets, and on
thc north side of those stieete, register in
America-street, opposite South-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD No. 6 (First Precinct)
living south of Radcliffe and Doughty streets,
and on the south side of those streets, register I ]
at tho Washington Engine House, in Vander- | f
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 6 (Second Precinct)
living north of Radcliffe and Doughty streets,
and on the north side of those streets, register
at the Ice House, in Rutledge-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 7 register at the
Engine Hou?e in Columbus-street.
RESIDENTS OF WARD NO. 8 register at the
Marion Engine House.
SPECULATIONS ON GENERAL ORANT'S COURSE
PREDICTIONS OF DIFFICULTY WITH THE RADI?
CALS-THE NEW CABINET-EXPECTED RETEN
TIOM OF GENERAL SCHOFIELD AND MR. SEWARD
-NO DECONSTRUCTION LEFT FOR OENER1L
GRANT-GENERAL CANBY 8UCCEED3 GENERAL
REYNOLDS IN TEXAS.
A Washington telegram, of November 4, to
thc Baltimore Gazette, says :
The defeated Democratic leaders hero dc
clare that General Grant is ontitled to receivo
alair trial in tho Executive chair. Thoy say
ho stands unpledged to any party and un
commited to any policy, and will assumo
thc Presidency under circumstances tho
roost favorable to himself, but unfavor?
able to tho txtrome measures of Radical
ism. A prominent officer of tho arm.
who was friendly to Gen. Qranlja election, and
known to bo aoniowhat in his confidonco, re?
marked to-day that the General would call
around him as adviaers only statesmen of
known Conservative views, and that an ex
member of Congress from Illinois, of tho
Democratic school, would be tho first aelectio
for his Cabinet. Tho Conservative, mon in
Waahington yield gracefully to their over
whelming defeat, confid-nt in tho beliof that
had grant vot been nominated by th* Radical
ho would have boen by the Democrats, and
that his antecedents have all been oonscrva
tivc. Many predict that he will be impeachod
by tho Radicals in less than twelve months
from the date of bia inauguration.
It is a singular fact that no President of tho
Unitod Statos, un to tho present time, has had
a child born in the White House, lt is under?
stood the fact will not exiat long after the 4th
of March next.
A dispatch to the Bulletin says :
About a dozon probablo nominees for each
of tho several Cabinet positions are named, but
of course these suggestions come too carly to
bo of much weight. General Schofield will*un
doubtedly, ?nicas ho othorwise determines for
himself, remain at tho head of the War Dc
partment. It ia known that General Grant
holds that the Secretaries of War and Navy
should be, if possible, respectively of the mili
tury and naval profession.
No hotter selection from the military for Sec?
retary of War could probably bo iriado than
General Schofield, who, it ia admitlod by tboao
whose opportunities for forming correct judg?
ment aro best, possessor i.i an eminent degrco
the qualifications required to diachargo tho
duties of that, office. Some are of tho opinion
that Mr. Seward will be retained in tho De
partmeni ol' Stale, and they cito fads, not
very convincing, however, in support of this
belief, Which it ia not necessary perhapa at
lilia timo to repeat. For thc Treasury Depart?
ment, General Sclienck, Senators Sherman and
Morgan, Representative Bout nell, Commis?
sioner Wells, Mr. Cisco, and it dozen more of
leBs note arc suggested.
These ure certainly premature disposals of
Ihesc important offices, but the work of manu?
facturing or shaping public opinion in favor of
tho would-be Cabinet officers baa actually com?
menced in political headquarters already.
Of tho courso that Grant will pursue towards
tho Southern people, very few suggestions aro
made, as there aro no Republicana who do not
profess tho belief that all important questions
of reconstruction will have been settled and at
rest before the fourth of March.
Tho President to-day directed Hie assign?
ment of Brevet Major-General Edward R. S.
Canby to the Military District Department of
Texas, with instructions to relieve General
Reynolds of tho command as early as mav be
practicable. This is a severe and merited re
bulco to General Reynolds, who, in his proper
aphere, tho coloucl of a regiment of eight hun?
dred mon, when assigned to the post of a com?
mand of a district embracing a State, assumes
the power ol an autocrat.
-A Madrid dispatch, of October 19, says :
"A decree issued to-day, by tho Minister or
Justice, orders the immedi ito suppression of
all monasteries, convents, collegee, congrega?
tions and other roligioua estab.iahments of
both sexos, founded ?ince tho 29th of July,
1837. All their property, movable and im?
movable, is to become the property of tho
Slate. The monks and nuus belonging to
these institutions will not receive any pension
from tho government. The oouveuts eatab
lishetl before 1837 are to be reduced in num?
ber by one-half, and those left are forbidden
henceforth to receive novices. The monks
and nuns thus released can enter the conven?
tional establishments which ai\: not suppress?
ed, or return to secular life. lu thia case they
aro lo address a petition to that effect to the
civil government, mid they can claim back tho
money made over by them to tho convents at
the lime of their entry. AU congrogationa of
women who have devoted themselves to tho
education of youth will be preserved."
-Tho lava thrown by Mount Vesuvius du?
ring the present eruption baa been subjected
to analysis by an -Lilian chemist, and found to
contain the following ingredients: Silica, thir?
ty-nine parts; lime, eighteen; alumina, four?
teen; magneaia three; protoxide of iron, thir?
teen; potash, one; aoda, ten; water, two. The
specimen, therefore, closely resembled the
common glass aecn in wine bottlca. Lava,
though varying considerable in color and solid?
ity or friability, and occasionally containing
little groupa of crystalline minerals, would
seem to be a eort of rout:h natural glass or
earthenware, mainly produced from sand,
chalk, clay and ainiilor common earthy aub
-Hungarian gipsies go on circuit ai] over
Europe as systematically as the bar and the
bench go on circuit in England.
-Tne South German States have agreed
upon a common plan of mobilization. As a
matter of course it is not to bo divulged, being
there, as in Prt'ssia, considered a State secret.
-The Fiachiette, of Turin, gives some good
caricatures on the Spanish revolution. One
represents Queen Isabella reclining on bags of
money, enjoying a cigarrette, to which is add
3d : "The journal La France states that the
bed of a dethroned prince must be very hard.
Isabella know*. it well, poor thing !"
-The London Lancet reports the case of a
boy in Russia, who3e log was amputated at the
ince by a stroke of lightning. The division
of tho limb was effected through the superior
extremity of the tibia, the patella and tho fe?
mur not having been touched. The healing
jf tho wound was very rapid, and by tho use
)f tho ordinary means. The sovered leg was
Iried up, tho tibia being black and stripped of
-The Paris Charivari represents the present
?tate of affairs in Europe by a huge cobweb
suspended between two stands of arms. The
mrious European budgets aro gradually ap?
proaching it in the shape of insects. A "huge
jpider (armed peace) is on the lookout roady
,o seize thc proy. The same paper represents ?
Prussian Krinning at a French soldier; be
.vrecn tho two elanda tho reverend figure of
Miine. "Now, my littlo fellows, if you grin
nuch longer at each other you will end lu a
-Tho submarino tunaol botween Eneland
md France h is been tho subject of an address
nesented to thc Emperor Napoleon III by ono
?undred English noblemen, members of Par?
lament and other influential gentlemen. The
Smperor is asked to support thc project as an
miinently desirable woik, and necessary to fa
ulitate the social intercourse of the two coun
nes, and to devclope thoir trade and com?
merce. The realization of this enterprise, it is
itated, would furnish a memorable example of
iO?cord to other nations.
-Dr. ?-, a fashionable physician of Paris,
vhose love of lees is as proverbial as the cling -
ng affection of his patients fer napoleons d'or,
ecently paid a visit to the Due do X -. Thc
Due gave him a napoleon. Dr. Y-prefers two;
io, going out, he dropped the one on the floor.
L'he Due helped to look for it. The doctor
licked it up, but continued his search. "I 1
hought you'd got it," said the Due; "what aro
.on searching for now" "Oh," ieplied the
loctor, "I'm looking for the other."
-A London paper says that it is not gene
ally understood how the all-alive, full-sized
rain passes along thc stage in the railroad
icono in "Under the Gaslight." The other
light, at the Surrey Theatre, tho audience
vere enlightened. Tho engino met with an
ibstruction in tho middle of the stage, stopped
lead, and the following carriages and tender
'ushed on with tho momentum, and shot one
liter the other into tho engine, and closed up
iko a telescope. It was very effective, and, as
i railway accident, was quite tis remarkable as
he running-over business.
-The statement that during tho recent
sarthquake at Arica, Peru, Ave hundred mum
nies wcro thrown to the surfaco, is continued
jy travellers, who report that tbe desort hills
n that region aro* tilled with the desiccated
jodies of tho aborigines. Tho preservation of
;heso remains of mortality is attributed to tho
:limatc, and also to the soil, which is imprcg
?atcd with nitre. Tho bodies of the natives
ire interred in shallow graves, and the wind re
noves the light sands covering them, so that
J ven in ordinary times hundreds of so-called
mummies, wrapped in coarse grass matting,
>r in crumbling nets, have been exposed.
-The boy Princo Royal of Belgium, whoso
ifo is despaired of, and whoso suffer
ngs aro said to be of thc most painful cbar
?ctcr. has exhibited qualities that ought to Gil?
lear him to the pooplo of whom he may be?
come tho iuler. His father, King Leopold,
has boen so affected by tho boy's sufferings
that at times he has been unable to remain in
[ns room. A small door behind the bcd has
been made lo admit tho King unperceived.
By this he enters to ascertain his state. The.
child knows tho peculiar sound of the bolt be?
ing withdrawn, and that his father is the only
ocrson who enters his room thus. On hearing
it he immediately pretends to sleep. The King
calls him in a low voice He makes no reuly.
His father, knowing the importance- cf sleep
to him, goos back to his apartments more
tranquil. Tho child opens his eyes, and says
:o his tutor, to whom ho" is devotedly attached,
md who novor quits him, "The King will be
satisfied now." It is a littlo strange that all
the world should know of this lovin? strata?
gem excopt him whom it is intended to de
-Nearly all the European armies oro now
supplied with breech-loaders of ono pattern or
mather. In tho North German army tho in?
fantry of tho lino and tho guard arc all armed
ivith "needle guns, of which there is also a suf
Scicnt supply for tho reservo and for tho garri
?cns. Tho arming of tho whole of tho Land?
wehr with converted needle guns was also de?
rided upon last June. Of the South German
troops, thoso of Hesso, Baden and Wurteni
jerg arc all armed with thc nccdlo gun, while
Bavaria only began a few months ago to sup?
ply tho Werner gun to her army. Austria had
trnicd 300,000 men with tho converted Wanzl
ast July. The whole of tho Fro ?eh army may
JO logarded as being supplied with thc Cbasse
jot since last spring. In Belgium thc Albmi
run was to bo placed in tho hands of every
loldicr of the lino by thu 1st ol October. In
Italy thirty-two battalions of bersaglieri wcro
inned last July with a nile similar to thc Prus?
sian needle gun, with slight modifications.
Tho English army has, sn.ee thc beginning of
-he year, carried thc Snider. Thc arming of
ho Danish army with tho Bernini! ton rifle is
iso complete ; and Russia makes thc greatest
?Ohrts to hasten thc supply to her troops of
harlen uccdlc guns. Of tho other States, nol?
and, Sweden, Roumauia and bcrvia have ouly
ust introduced breech-loaders into their re?
jective armies, while in Turkoy, Spain, and
tortuga! tho soldiers still carry thc old mus
ITEMS OF STATE NEWS.
-Tho Walhalla Courier says : "During tho
veck wo have been visited with several killing
rusts. Tho weather is still clear and cold."
-It is said that owing to a misucdeistand
ng between tho white senator and a colored
opresentativc from Edgefield, there was no
?allot for Presidential Electors in that district
-Tbe Edgefield Advertiser says : "Martin
Jwearengiu, a colored man, living on the plau
ation of Mrs. Eliz. Swearengin, about eight
niles below this village, on the Aikon Road,
\na fired on and killed in his house on Sunday
light last by parties unknown. Martin, we
.re told, was a faithful and an honest negro,
iud why he should have been the subject of
assassination is beyond thc conjecture of those
icst acquainted with him.
-Thc Yorkvillo Enquher notices the follow
ng assignee's sales in that place: B. A. Culp,
)39 acres at $4 30; 174 acres at $1 93; 10 acres
it $0 20; 7 acres at $165. A. M. Koo, 449 acres
X $1; D. D. Moore, 440 acres; at $5. J. L.
3oyd, 133 acres at (1 90. A few horses and
miles were disposed of at prices ranging from
;75 to $150 cash. Other personal property
ealized fair prices."
-Tho Chester Staudard noticing sundry
?ommissiouers' sales in that place says : Thc
muexed prices were obtained tor tho lands of
.?avid Wilson, deceased, viz: 791 acres at $9 10,
>er acre; 1273 acres at *10 30 per acre; 156
icrosat $5 60 per acre; 168 actes at $2 60 per
icro. The lauds of John Rat teivc, deceased,
told for tho following prices, viz: 181 acree at
3 30 per acre; 200 acres at $3 per acre.
)tbcr lands were disposed of as follows, viz:
US not es at $3 00 per nen ; IS h aeres at $4 75
)er acre; 1GU acres at $3 per acre; 29? acres at
M 55 per ace; 475$ aciva at $1 per ocr?; 92$
icres at 75 cents per acre. Lands rented at
ho rate ol about $2 per acre.
-Om" esteemed correspondent, "Rocky
Jrcek," writes us from Chester, under date of
November 5 : " From some unexpected cause,
jioperty of all kinds has suddenly approbated
to a givat extent in this market. At saU-s of
^ouiniissioncr in Equity, on Monday last, land
n various parts of tue couuty brought pricea
'ar beyond the anticipationsnf thc most hope
'ul. ?onie tracts wcro sold as high as ton del?
ara per acre, and good land readily rented at
: vo dollars per acre. Our people," it aceros,
ire not caat down at Ibo result of the election,
but still have au abiding faith that in the soil
nf their old State they eau work out their po?
litical and financial redemption. Thia ia thc
best market in the State to buy cotton in. If
you 8ee any man that wants to make a fortune
?it that business, send him herc."
MICHEL-SCHACHTE.-On Tuesday evening, the
3d of November, a* St. Mary's Church, by tbe Rev.
CLAUDIAN NORTHROP, Mr. LEON' B. MICHEL to
Miss ANTOINETTE E. SCHACHTE, bofh of this
cit*. No cards.
LANNEAU.-Died, ift this city, on the morning of
the 31st of OCober, of malarial fever, Mrs. CHAR
LOTTE ELFORD H.NNEAU, wife of J. BENNETT
LANNEAU, in the twtnty-third year of her age. *
?3- ORPHArT 'HtS?StT CHAPES-THE
Bev. WILLIAM HARRISON WILLIAMS, of the
First Baptist Church, will perform Divine) Service
in this Chapel To-Morrow Afternoon, 8th inst., at
half-past Three o'clock. 1 November 7
?3* YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TIO.V.-The regular business meeting of this As?
sociation will be hsld at their Rooms, rA?(Saturd?y)
Evening, at a quarter-past Seven o'clo.k.
J. E. FOG ART LE,
November 7 1 Secretary.
J9S-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-DIVINE
Services will be hold in this church as usual, To-Mor
row Horning, at half-past Ten o'clock. Preaching by
tho Rey. Wi!. HYRBISON WILLIAMS, Pastor.
The church will be closed in the afternoon in con?
sequence ol tho engagement of the Pastor at the Or?
phan HOU?C Chapel. November 7
83- ONION PRAYER MEETING. - SUN
DAY, the 8th instant, having been set apart by the
last International Convention of the Young Men's
Christian Associations ns a day of Special Brayer for
tbe outpouring of God's spirit and the salvation of |
the young, a Union Prayer Meeting, under the aus?
pices of the Association of this city, will be held To
Uorrow Evening, at Trinity Church, at quarter-past
Seven o'clock. Ministers and members of every
denomination, and the public generally, are earnest?
ly Invited to attend. -_1 November 7
OS" UNION DISTRICT.-IN EQUITY_
HENRIETTA K USER, et al vi. JULIUd KAISER
et at.-BILL FOR PARTITION.-Pursuant to a De?
cretal Order of his Honor Chancellor JOHNSON, in
tho above stated cage, the creditors of CH. KAI?
SER, deceased, and of the firm of CH. KAISER A
SON, late of UnionviUc, South Carolina, are required
to present and establish their demands before mo,
On or before tbe first day of January next.
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. D.
Commissioner's Office, Union ville, South Carolina,
September 30 w?27
?-THE GREAT MEDICAL MISTAKE 0?
former days was an utter neglect of sanitary precau?
tions. No efficient moans were adoptod for the pre?
vention of sickness. Sewerage was unknown in
cities; drainage was rarely attempted in the country.
Heaps of offal were left to rot in the public streets,
and domestic cleanliness, the great antidote to fe?
brile diseases, was sadly neglected. It is not so now.
Wise laws, philanthropic institutions, and a vigilant
sanitary police, have, to a great extent, remedied the
evil. Nor is this all. Preventive medication has
helped mate nally to lesson the rates of mortality. It
s not too much to say that tens of thousands escape
sickness in unhealthy Reasons in consequence of hav?
ing invigorate 1 their systems in advance by a course
of HOSTET 1 ER'S STOMACH BITTERS, 'lhispure
and powerlul vegetable tonic and alterative compris?
es the extracts and essences of a variety of roots and
herbs renowned for their strengthening, soothing,
vitalizing and purifying properties. These medici?
nal agents aro iucorporated with a uplrit absolutely
free from tho acrid poison which defiles, more or
less, all tho liquors of commerce, and their effect is
diiiu - cd through the whole mme by this active, yet
harmless stimulant. The result is such a condition
of thc system as renders it all but impervious to thc
exterior causes of disease, such ss damp, fog, sudden
alternations of tcmpcrturp, Ac. Strength, and the
perfect regularity of ull the functions of the body,
are the best safeguards against atmospheric poison
and the elfe JIB of un wholesome water, and HOaTEr
TEH'S BITTERS aro the best strengthening and reg?
ulating medicine at present known. For dyspepsia
and biliousness they arc a specific absoluto.
November 2 6
OS" BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOH. -ESSAYS
FOR YOUNO MEN on tho interesting relation of
Bridegroom to Bride in the institudon of Marrissa
a.guidu to matrimonial felicity and true happiness.
Sent by mall in scaled letter envelopes free nf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phila?
delphia, Pa. 3mos September.;?
*S-BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Han: Dye is the best in the world; the
only truo and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstontaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; romedies tho ill effects or bad dyes; in vigo?
ra te s and lcavefl the h?ir soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by aU Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Batchclor's Wig Factory, No
Bond-street. Now York. lyr January 3
US' A YOUNG LAD? RE f URNING TO
her country home, utter a sojourn ot a few months
(alie cl:/, was hardly recognized by ber friends.
In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, ?ho had a
snit ruby con plcxion of almost marble smooth,
ness, and Instoud twenty-three she r?ally appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to tbe cause ol so
great a change, she plainly told them that tho used
the CIRCASSIAN BALM, at d considered it an In?
valuable acquisition to any lady's toilet. By im usc
any Lady or Gentlemen eau improve their personal
appearance an hundredfold. It is simple lu its
combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet nnsur
passed in tts enica^y in drawing impuri?es fro
also bealing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and
complexen. By its direct action on the cuticle it
draws from it all its impurities, kindly heabng thr
same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended i
should bc-clear, soft, smootL and beautiful. Price
$1, sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order
W. L. CLARK k CO., Ohemistt,
No. 3 West Fayette-street, S.vracnse, N. I.
The only Amen^va Agents for the sale cf the sam?.
March sn lyr
Pastness QLorts. _
GENERAL COLLECTOR AND . .TERVISOR OF
I offer my services to the public in tho above ca?
pacity Office at residence Corner KING and MOR?
RIS-STREET. At home 8 to 0 A. M., and from 3 to
1PM tutbslmo_October 20
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILLP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and P.'ASTER
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, con
sUutly on hand "t thc lowest market prices.
E ? . H . IIOPPOCK,
PAC I O R
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN HAFELL. 6nios September 21
VirtLLlAMSi & GUION,
No. 71 WALL-STREET, NEW TORE,
Issue Circular Letters of Credit Through
ALEX. S. EET8M k CO., London,
AVAILABLE FOR TRAVELLERS IN ALL
PARTS OF EUROPE, fcc.
Sterling Exchange al Sight and Sixty Bays.
Orders for STOCKS, BONDS and MERCHAN?
DISE executed in Loudon by t able or Mail.
September 19 2moa
TO LOAD FOB PHILADELPHIA, BAL
TIMORE, New fork. Beaton, Mass. ,
Charlestown. Mus., Newburyport, Mass. '
and Weet ladies. Care?os ready.
Apply to H. F. BAKEB A CO.,
November 7 * Ko. 20 Cumber'and-sireet
THE FINE FAST SAILING AMERICAX
J Ship OWEGO. R. L PoeT.Master.
For Freight Engagement?, anply to
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
November 3 Napier's Bange.
THE Al AMERICAN BABE HELEN
SANDS, F. E. On?. Master, having a large
part of her cargo on board, and being o
email capacity, will sail with dispatch.
For balance offreght room, apply to
October 29 STREET, BROTHERS A CO.
THE FINE AM. C. PACKET SHEP R.
C. WINTHROP, STBWABT Master, having
patt of her cargo engaged, will meet with
For Freight engagements, apply to Captain on
board, or to PATTEBSON A SI OCK,
October 21 sw Sonth Atlantic Wharf.
YACHT MAGGIE MITCHELL.
THIS FAVOBITE YACHT, HAVING
' been thoroughly refitted for pleasure par.
stirs, is now ready for engagements by apt
.plication to the captain on board, orto
BLACK k JOHNSTON.
April 7 tuthsGmos Agenta.
CHARLESTON ANBLJVERPOOL STEAM?
.i-vfT^r?. THE FTR?T-CLASS IBON 8T SAM
^^?iy^S'IIP GOLDEN HOBN, H. C. Mc
~4^^|u4^TO^B?ATH, commander, having a large
..jKtsBS- portion of her cargo engaged and
going on board, will meet with dispatch.
For freight ot a few hundred bales Cotton to com .
plete ber loading, apply to
BOBERT MURK k CO.,
November 7 C_Boyce A Co.'s Wharf.
THE STE A MSB I T PROME
JiSv^b THEOS, Captain A. B. OKAY, will
W?^WM leave North Atlantic Wharf Tues
r mf .! mm day, 10th inst, athalf-pa-t Eleven
For freight apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
November 1 Agents.
NEW YORK AND CHARLES TUN
FOR NEW TO RK.
THE SPLENDID SIDE WHEEL
' STEAMSHIP CHAMPION, LocK
'woox>. Commander, will leave Adp.
.erv Whorl on Saturday, the 7th
inst, at Twelve o'clock M.
The Steamers of this Line insure at three-quarter
For Freight or Passage, having splendid Cabin ac?
commodations, apply to
JAMES ADGEB k CO.,
Corner Adxrer's Wharf and East Bay (Dp Stairs).
November 1 4
TRAVELLERS PASSING TH RU CG H
CH ABLESTON EN ROD IE TO FLORIDA, AIRE N
f-y^i-vj...? Aiid other places, Fhould not fal
;?2?fc'"?i?.Iii to lay in their supplies of PBOVIS
7?m?Uffl* IONS, CLABEIS. CHAMPAGNES,
5r~TYTSu CORDIALS, BRANDIES. WHIS?
KIES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, SODPS, Ac.
Pates of Wild Game and Devilled Ha:n for Sand -.
wiches and Luncheons.
43-Seud for a catalogue.
WM. Ss. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 KTng-?freef,
Between Wentworth and Beautain,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th stree t,
MAC GREGOR LINK.
DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH
r>vTCarrn TBE GEORGIA AND LIVERPOOL
S&H*? J il LINE OF ITKST-CLABrl NEW IRON
M CLYDE-BUILT STEAMSHIPS, com
_.T--uJll!irnposed of tho
SAVANNAH.(Now Building. .
SA TILLA....-.(Now Building.
SARASOTA.(lo be Built.)
SALUDA.(T.. be Built)
SELM A.(To Ve Bui t.)
RIGA.Captain HONTE n,
Freight token from and to St, Loni*, Nashville,
Memphis, Vicksburg Selma. Montgomery, Eufauli,
Tallahassee, Atlanu, Macon, Colnmb ia, Augusta,
Orifiln, Albany, Amer.cus, Greensboro*. Madison,.
Covington, Athens, Nowuan, LaGrangc, West Point,
Cuthbert, Dawsou, Thomasvillo, Carterville, and all
points in the Southern States, Great Britain ind th 6
Bills ot Lading signed upon lailroai receipts a
interior points of .shipment Press receipt* at savan?
nah and dray receipts at Liverpool. Insurance
effected from interior points ot shipments and from
savannah, when desired, on our open Policies here
or in Liverpool.
Advance of three-quarter 3 of the valu? at the time
of shipment given upan consignments, and proceed s
Proposed days of sailing fi om Savannah, 1st and
16th of each montb, commencing as lot vs :
WAVERLV, 1000 bales capacity.151k N .vomber.
DON, 2530 bales capacity.1st December.
ltlflA, 35O0 bales capacity.15tb December.
LEITH, 4500 biles capacity.ls; January.
Extra Steamers of 1500 and 3UOJ bale*capacity will
be dispatched to Liveipoo!, H.vro, Bremen, Ham?
burg, Antwerp, Tricetc, Genoa an J Cronstadt, when -
over inducement offers.
Freight taken from Car liff or any indirect port to.
SS* AU Loading done at Press.
Apply to W.M. M. TUNNO A CC,
In Liverpool to SlODDARl BKOIHKRS..
And in Leith to DONALD li MAC Ulli OOH.
Scptemoer 5 s3mo
PACIFIC MAIL STEAM* I lit? COiUPY'1
THROUGH LLN~ TO
CALIFORNIA. CHLNA AND JAPAN.
FREW HT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RB
DOCED RATES 1
^.f-r-T-* SIEAMERS OF IHK ABOV3
y/^& ii ?jr- ''n0 'eave Ker No 42. North Uiver,
?^???i??Mf^s' ^oot oi Canal-street New York, a
-1.3C?ra?- 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st. 9th,16tb
and 24th of every mouth (except when these date?
fall on Sunday, then the saturday precediuui.
Departure o? 1st and 24th connect al Rinama wlt-i.
steamers for >outh Parllic a^d Central .inr-rioac
ports. 'I hose ot 1st touch at Manzanillo
Departure of 9th 01 each month concocts with
the new stoam line from Panama to Australia and
Steamship CHINA, leaves Ban Francisco, IO'
Chita and Japan, December 3.
No California steamers puicn at Havana, but gr
direct from New York to Aspinwoll
One hundred pounds baggage tree to each adult.
Medicine and a'.tendance free.
For Passage rickets or hirth cr information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on ?ie wharf,
foot of Canal-street, North Bive*. Now York.
March 14_lyr_F. R. HA BY, AgetiL
FUR GEORGETOWN, 8 C.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH INLAND, REI rFFlKLD..
WAVEBLY ANL> BBOOK GREEN MILLS.
jp???^ THE FINE SI KAHEB f-MILIE,
faj^feycsnt ISAAC DAVIS, will receive freight
This Day, at Commercid Wharf, and lev aj above
on Monday Mormno. 9th inst., at Six o'clock.
BeturniDg. will leave Georgetown cn Wednesday
Morning, 11th in^t.
All IrcicL't prepaid.
No Freightrecei -cd after snnsrt
fcHACKELFORD ft KKLLY. A sen's,
No. 1 liuyccV Wharf.
FUR PALATKA. KLOHilM.
VIA SAVAN TAH. Fl-KNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE
AND ALL LANDINGS ON TH I- T. JOHN 1
r-?w, THE STEAMER CITY POINT
r-^fyTSt l11nf> tous bur,?CD)' ""'aptam W. T
MCNELTY, ?iii leave South Atlantic Wharf every
luesjay A'igiAt at 9 o'cl> ck, and -.ava uah every
Wednes'lay Afternoon, ?? 3 o'clock, lor the above
Returning, will leave Savannah lor Charleston every
Sunda* Monti-g, a: 8 o'clock
All freien o yaiile < n tho wharf
Goods left nn tbe wharf after ?uns:! will be storcc '
at expense ard ri<k ot owi-ers.
J. D. AIKEN k C<?., Agcnt6.
October 8 ?oiith -ilautle WharX
[ONE TRIP A WEEK.\
CHAKLESTUA AND SA VA NM VII STEAJI
PA 'KET LTN'-.
VIA BEAC? OR I", HIL'ION H CAD A ir. BLUKFTO?'
STEAMER PILOT BOY.Cap?. W. A. V.DKX.
S'lEaMl'K Fr-N.- IE.Cain KKKM l'ECZ
-ff^a. ON i- OF THE A POV? SlMUEIU)
^^VjjSCwi?i loav.^ . h.r.e-to. ev- v Tuesday
Morning, at 7 o'clock, und Savaunali w Thursday
Morning, at 7 o'- leek.
For Freight or passage, applv '0
3 HS :.' ;U?C1?.
.T'.-ir.e 19 AccomaieJ.! i"u W?arL