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PBOB06ATION OP THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT
THE QUEEN'S ME83AGE.
LONDON, August ll.-Parliament was pro?
rogued to-day by Boyal Commis sion. The fol?
io ring message from the Queen was read:
We are oonomaoded by tho Queen to dispense
?rith your farther attendance in Parliament,,
Her Majesty announces to you with pleasure
that she continues to receive from foreign pow?
ers tbe strongest assurances of their friendly
disposition, and that her confidence in the pre?
servation of peace boa been conlon ed and
confirmed during the present year. Neg oua?
tions in which her Majesty was engaged with
tho United States have, by mutual consent,
been suspended. Her Majesty only bopes this
delay may tend to maintain relations between
the two countries on a durable basis of fnsnd
The Queen has lively satisfaction in acknowl?
edging the untiring seal and assiduity with
which you have prosecuted your arduous labors
4pf the year in the act of putting an end to the
establishment of the Irish Church. You have
carefully kept in view several considerations
which, at the opening of the session, ware
commended to jour not ice. It is the hope of
the Queen that this important measure may
hereafter be remembered as conclusive proof
of the paramount anxiety-of Parliament to pay
reasonable regard m legislating for each oi
those kingdoms to the spec ai circumstances
by which it may t>e distinguished, and to deal
on principles of impartial justice with all in?
terests and all portions of tbe nation.
The Qaeen firmly trusts that the act may
promote the work of peace io Ireland, and help
to unite all classes of it? people in fraternal
concord with them and Scottish fellow sub?
jects, which must ever form the chief source of
strength in her Majesty's extended Ulm pire.
Tho Queen congratulates jon on having
brought your protracted labors on tbe subject
of bankruptcy and imprisonment for debt to a
legislative eonoljsion, which is regarded with
just Batiafacnoij hy tho trading, classes and
general pablicj. '- * .
?be law-tramed for the better government of
the eouowed schools of England :will render
the resources of those establishments more ac-/
nismXMoAQ thft oommnnitavaad more efficient
in their important purperee. ?
iii the removal of the duty on corn the Queen
sees new e vider oe of your desire to extend in?
dustry and commerce, and enlarge to the utter?
most.thoee'eupplies of food which our insular
position, in a peculiar degree, encourages and
The Queen trusts that measures for the pur'
chase and management of telegraphs by the
State may be lound to facilitate the great com?
mercial and social object of rapid, easy and
eeftaiiieommriirication, and prove no nu worthy
sequel to the system of cheap postage, which
has passed with such advantage into so many
conn tries in tue civilized world.
We aro commanded to state that the Queen
thanks voa for the libera! supplies which you
Kjacted for the service of the year, and for
measures by which yon have enabled her
Majesta to liquidate the charges of the Abys?
THE COrrOa TRADE - DEVELOPMENT OF TBS
, SOUTH EAS STATES.
LIVERPOOL, August ll.-Mr. Moorehead at?
tended the council of tbe Chamber of Com?
merce yesterday, and gave information in re?
gard, to the resources of the Southern States,
with a view to their 'arther development tn
connection with the trade between England
and the United States.
TBS TOCKS 05 THE RESULTS OT THE IBIS H CHURCH
LOUDON, August H.-The Times, fn an ar ti ole
on the abolition of the Irish Church establish?
ment, says that "whatever its practical result
maybe, the measure ia the boldest and the great?
est act of modern legislation. Ona consequence
of the measure hm been the withdrawal by the
authorities of Trinity College of the opposition
to the proposal lor admitting Catboll?s and
non-conformists to fellowship. The Irish btsh
ops have shown good sense io agreeing- that'
"too laity- as well as the clergy1 shall concur io
the election of prelates in the new Church
body. Extreme Protestants have subsided,
and the Catholics accept their triumph with
gratitude and uuxteratipn." '%
THE ATTITUDE OF AUSTRIA TOWARDS ROMK. '
VIENNA, August ll.-Bax on Beast, in a
speech opposing the demand of tba Austrian
delegation for a r?duction of the personnel and
expend?t ares of the Embassy at Borne, declar?
ed the Protestant States were now taking np
the same attitude which the Catholic States
had assumed, in reference to tte Papal Gov?
The *TnTT*fP QOaslPMaStat had resol ved to
aQow nothing derogatory to ita dignity. Its
reply to the last Papal aOoention was decided
in tone, though coached in diplomatic terms,
and a better underelanding begins to prevail at
A CHANGE Ht TBS LAWS CONCERNING CONVENTS
AHO MONASTERIES. . ^
VIENNA, August IL-The Presse says a com?
mission his been appointed by the govern*
ment to draw np a bill providing that turveil
laooe be instituted over convents, and that
they be brought under the action of the law?
concerning associations, the provisions of j
which are to be so amended and enlaig?d aa to
embrace monastic institutions in their opera?
THE GREAT YACHT RACE.
LONDON, August 18.-The yacht race of forty
five miles for the Bydertown plate, valued at
?100, came off to-day, the time pring as fol?
lows : Chroara, 5 bonn 24 minute*. : Gainevrs,
5hoars 81 minutes; Egeria, 5 hours 39 min*
utes; Condor, 5 hoars 89 minutes. The Egeria
WOO the pinte by allowance of tune.
MOVEMENT? DI SPAT*.
MADRID, August 18.-Es tooles, at the head
of five hundred Carlists, bas entered Spain
from France, and other invasions are expected.
There is considerable excitement at Malaga,
owing to Bepublican movements there.
BICHMOND, VA., August 13.-A riot occurred
in Northumberland County, between the whites
and blacks, during which a sailor killed a ne?
gro. He was committed to jail, but was res?
cued by the whites. Geaeral Conby has sent
to the spot all ol the United States troops now
MONTGOMERY, ALA., August 13.-Two balee
of the new crop of cotton were received here
to-day and will be shipped at once to Liverpool.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The New York evening papers F> tate that the
Spanish iron-clad Victoria bas been ordere i to
Demerara to capture the Peruvian monitors.
The doubt regarding the christian name of
his successor, enabled the District Attorney
of Mississippi to present his i es i goat i o ii be?
fore the receipt of his suspens ion.
United Sutes Marshal Barlow, of New fork,
has a company of soldiers athis office to resist
any attempt to arrest him for contempt in vio?
lating Judge McCann's order relative to Pratt.
45convention has been called at San Fran?
cisco to nominate independent candidates for
municipal officers. Never since the days of
the vigilance committee has there been so
much interest in municipal affairs. There is
an unusual stringency in money.
TUE TJiriTEM* STATES COJJB
Proceedings of the Vatted State
trice ? oort tor the Western Dist
Sooth Carolina-August term. 1
[FBOM OTO OWN EEP0BTXB.J
GBKENVZLLE. S. C.. MONDAY, Angus
The Ans?et term of the Fatted States
for the Western District of Sooth Carol;
opened at 10 o'clock this morning-his
Judge George 3. Bi van presiding. Tho
jory eras organized and sworn ns follow
Simeon R. Westmoreland, foreman;
born rrammelL Tandy I Gocdlett,
Doyle. Beverly B. Glenn. Joho Groas,
LencV>rmsn, Jnmes L. Co th ran Marena
ton, J. M. Westmoreland. Willis Ch<
Joseph M. Goodwin, Andrew Forrester, !
Robertson, Samuel 6. Gibbes, Jamee C
ter. W Cunningham, Wm. B. "reen. JG
Rodgers. Carter Tanner, Ludwel Vaueb
line C. Smith.
The petit and pleas jurors were org;
and sworn aa follows :
Jury No. 1.-Foreman. Colonel Edv,
Irvine; itiob Boss, James M. McUtani
Green Iugraham. V. W. Traynham Joser.
ward Tumor, Robert Holladay. Waddy J.
El'jah W. Howat d, lanae W. Walker, Jam
Payne. William How<9%w
Jury No. 2-Foreman John P. H?ll
Tliman C. Bose. James F. Duncan, David
bart, Israel Charles, John lolleson, Zora
men. Jacob H. Hvde, John Watson, Jami
Willis John W. Wood. Elias W. Salman.
Supernumeraries.-James W. Jackson. '.
er ?ossett, Natbauiel G. Cox. Michael
mire. I. P. Smicb, Moses H. Cooper. Jol
bb oe kiev, W. M. Johnson VY. M. I alie v
Gos (J ell. W. B. Charles, John Howell. B<
H. W. Tcmlinson vs. the James River I
ance Company. On motion of Simont
Barker, with cousent of opposing counsel
continuance was ordered.
Ex parle Homer L. McGowan, of Lam
Ou motion of W. D. simpson, Esq., ior th
titioner. be was duly admitted as att J nie j
Criminal Docket.-United States vs. J
F. Brockman. Violation ot internal rov
laws, sections 23 aod 24. for distilling con
to law. Defendant pleaded guilty and was
fenced to one mouth's imprisonment ai
pay* fine of forty dollars, being doubl?
amono t of gallons distilled.
United States rs. Samuel L Green. V
tion of internal revenue law, sections 29
24, and 73. in distilling. Defendant pie;
guilty of distilling nine gallons, and was
fenced to two months' imprisonment an
pay ? flue of $85, being penalty and tax
In several coses standing on the ola doc
bdnoh wal ran ts were ordered for the arre:
witnesses who made default anon call.
The grand jory returned true bills o
dictmentagaimt W. D. Berry, and also P
Nash, and no bill against David W. Blas
game; these being indictments for violatio
varions seo ions of the internal revenue li
United States vs. 26 packages of toba
found at Columbia, at the Charlotte and So
Carolina Railroad. Information for forfeit
for violation of internal revenue law. On
tion of Deputy District Attorney H. H.
Byron, a writ of arree* and monition, retui
ble 30th August. 1869.
-itt Bankruptcy-tx parte W. W. Harlie?
Marion. Petition for final discharge, -ire
ton & Barker, pro pet? Case referred to Car;
ter, Registrar, and final hearing take piase
fore court at Greenville, on 31st August
Ex parte V. J. Veree, of Charleston. Peti
for final discharge. J. N. Na th ins, pro |
Same order as in preceding case.
Ex parte James L. McDowell, of Came
Petition for final discharge, tfimoaton & i
ker, pro pet. Final hearing ordered at Char
ton. on 18th October, 1869.
Ex narte Allison A. McDowell, of Camd
Petition /or final discharge. Simonton & 2
ker.-pro pet. Same order as above.
Ex parte Jerjee B. Stevenson, in re. Bot
Foid. Petition to establish lien. Wnlket
Brice, pro pet. Referred to W. J. ClawB
tx parte Jacob L. Dull, of Lexington. Pt
tion for final discharge. Kef erred to C.
Jaeger, Registrar, and final hearing at Gre?
rille, 4th, September, 1869.
Ex parte W. W. Sale, of Charleston. Petit
for final discbarge. G. D. Bryan, pro pet. 1
faned to Carpenter, Registrar, and final he
ins at Charleston on the 4th or October, 18
Ex parte Thomas 8. Mills, cf Chester, S.
Petition for final discharge. 8. P. Hamilti
pro pet. Registrar. W. J. Clawson. Repor* a
read and confirmed and- on motion the Juc
signed usual order and certificate of final d
Bx parle Charles Phillips. Judge approv
of James M. Brown as assignee.
Ex parte W. J. Gayer. Judge approved
Louis McLain as assignee.
I Ex parte B. M. Thompson, in re. L.
Che WM mg ; in re. P. G. Benbow, bankrupt;
re. B. B. Hat vin ; in re. L. Bell; m re. W. 1 bi
Lesesne: in re. J. A. Bargt ss; in re. H Kel
m re. John 0. Brook; in re. Philip McElvec
in re. W. W. Benbow; in re. F. M. Rbame;
re. R. B. Billum in re. M. J. White. Petitio
for leave to sell choses ia action. Bland? n
Richardson & Rbame, pro pet.
Upon hearing tbe Registrar's report it was, i
motion, ordered that tbe assignee in each oft
above cases do sell the choses in action and d
voto proceeds to the payment of creditors aft
paying costs of these proceedings.
SECOND DAY'S FBOCEBDINOS.
Tura)AT August 10.-The court was open?
at 10 o'clock. 1 he grand and petit junes a
swered lo their names.
Ex parte Henry C. Miller, creditor, in r
James C. Keys. Petition for involuntary ban
nipt cy. 8. McGowan, pro pet. Reed & Brow
for debtor. It appearing to tbe Court that i
issue was ordered for trial by a jory in this cai
at Charleston in July last, and it ap^earir
that the parties reside ia the Western Dis ir ie
on motion of Recd k Brown, solicitors for r
s pondent, it is ordered that the petitionii
creditor, Eenrv C. Miller, do show cause befo:
tbe court at Greenville, on Tuesday, the 31
day of August, why the said issue should ni
be then and there tried; and it is farther orde
ed, that a copy of tais order be served upc
the petitioning creditor, Henry C. Miller, an
on his attorney, Samuel McGowan.
Ex parte Absalom blythe, of Greenville. Pi
tion for admission to practice io the Unite
States Court for South Carolina. J. W. Mokes
fro pet. On motion, ordered that Colonel ?
'. Jones, T Q. Donaldson and Wm. H. Pen
be appointed a committee to examine the ar
plicant as to his legal knowledge and qoalif
canon to practice in said court, and examin
tion to take place at 10 o'clock A. M., oath
20th of Aug net, 1869.
United States vs. Elias Barnett. Violaho
internal revenue laws. Bencb warrant ordei
ed to bnng Thaddeus Splawn, a witness, int
The grand jory returned into court wit
finding of true bills ia the following cases
viz: United States ve. John Barr. Yiolatio:
internal revenue laws, ac 20th July, 186E
sections 5 6,7, p. 44. for cany me on business c
distiller without paying special tax. ?cc.
United States vs. Jeremiah Winn. Idem
George W. Smith. Idem. Christian Bruckey
United Stares vs. 150 gallons distilled spirits
ftc., William Dickson, claimant. Informa ioi
for violatioo of internal revenue law. Orde
made that the marshal show cause on 16tl
day of August 1869, why he bis made nn re
torn to order of 14th May, 1809, and had no
paid the proceeds of sale into Registry o
United States VB. Jonathan Huff. Yiolatioi
of interral revenue law. being retail liquoi
dealer without paying special tax. contrary U
sections 73 of act ot 1864 Defendant plead
guilty, and was sentenced to sixty days' im?
prisonment, and to pay $35 tax and penalty.
Grand jury again returned into court with
bille of indictment and true bills, viz: United
States vs. Henry Huff. Violation internal
"revenue law as distiller of spirits, sections 5, 6,
7, p. 44. act 1868.
United States vs John L. Crumley. Extor?
tion as Commissioner United States Courts.
Sectio 112, act 25, and section 3, act 1853.
Utmed States vs. Robert Rodgers. Violation
internal revenue laws as retail liquor dealer.
United 8tates vs. Peter Bogers. Idem.
No bills in the following crises:
United States vs. James Nash. Violation in?
ternal revenue law, sections 5 and 6. act 1868.
United States vs. Be rv Moon. idem. Sec?
tions 5, 6, 7 p. 44, act 1868.
IUI KD DU'S PKOCEEDING3.
WEDNESDAY, August H.-The court was open?
ed at 10 o'clock.
in Bankruptcy-Ex parte-A. J. Daniel, as?
signee, tn re. A. M. Smith. Petition for Bale of
bankrupt's estate. John H. Evins, attorney
for petitioner. Ordered, that assignee call on
lien creditore to show cause before W. J. Claw
son by publication and post, wby property
should not be ?old irce from incnrobiBnce.
Ex parte 8. W. Jackson, o' York. Petition
tor final discharge. Clawson & Thompson, pro
Ex parte James Batterie, of York. Idem.
Referred to W. J. ClawBon, Registrar, to bare
hearing for final discharge in September, at
Yurkvtlle S. C.. to report, io.
Jurors answered to their hames as on yester?
day. Julius C. 8miih was appointed foreman
ot grand jury in place of Simeon R. Westmore?
land, who was excused for a few days.
Criminal Docket.-United Stales vs. Charles
Brut-Key. Violation ?uternal revenus law,
carrying on business of distiller without
paying special tax. and without giving bonds,
4c, eeo. Nol pros, un first count, before sub?
mitting to jury. Jury Mo. 2 oharged with this
ca e, rendered the following verdict: "Guilty.
J. P Hillhouse. foreman."
U ited States vs. Peter Bogers Vinla
tiou of internal revenue laws as retailer in
spirits without paying special tax. D?fendant
plead guilty, and was sentenced to pay afine of
one thousand dollars and undergo si? months'
United States vs. Jeremiah Wion. Distilla?
tion without paying special tax, giving bond,
failing to register still, &c. Nol. pros, on the
second, third and fourth counts. Defendant
plead guilty, and was some ?ced to pay a fine
of one thousand doll rio and to undergo im?
prisonment for "ii mon1 hs.
The grand jory returned into court with "no
billa" in the following case?, viz :
United States VB. Jobn E. Hightower. Un?
lawful concealment of distilled spirits. Section
86, act 1868.
United Siates va. Wm. Long. Retail deal?
er in liquor without paying special tax.
United States vs. Thomas A. Holtzclaw.
United States vs. John M. Moore. Carrying
on business of distiller vi thou t paying special
- United States vs. Robert Rogers. Faining
to register still, &c.
"True bill?" in following cases:
United States vs. Guilford Painter. Retail
dealer in liquor without paying tax.
United States vs. John M. Ward and William
H. Goodlett. Obstructing revenue officer.
United States vs. William Forrester. Viola?
tion of internal revenue law, distiller without
paring tax, Ac E. P. Jones, Esq., for defend?
ant. Jory No. 1 was charged with this case,'
(Fielder Goesett first sworn in pb ce of Jame?
McClanahan, excused) rendered a verdict
of '-Not guilty-E. ti. irvine, foreman." On
motion of E. P. Jones, ordered that prisoner
United States vs. Henry Huff. Violation of
Internal revenue law, sections 5, 6, 7 and 44;
distiller without paying speMel tax, and having
still not registered. Other counts, nol. pros.
Defendant plead guilty, and sentenced to pay
a fine of eleven hundred dollars, and to be im?
prisoned seven months.
ALMOST A BU EL.
A ROW Amongst tue Montgomery Doc?
tor? - A Former Charlestonlam In
The Montgomery (ila.) M. D.'sseemtobe
in a high state of excitement. The Mail of
that city, in its issue of Wednesday last, says:
The cards which have recently appeared io
the Hail from several members of the medical
faculty of this city, indicated a personal diffi?
culty as the resale of the language employed,
lt will be remembered tbat Dr. T. B. Ligon
denounced Dr. E. F. ilicbel, and supported bis
denunciation in part by tbe testimony of Dr. J.
F. Johnston. In return. Dr. Michel paid no
attention to Dr. Ligon, bot denied the state?
ments of Dr. Johnston, In response, Dr. John?
ston refused to consider Dr. Michel's de?
nunciation until Dr. Michel should parpe
himself of tbe oharges made against him
by Dr. Ligoo. At tbis point tbe newspaper
discussion verv pcoperl* stopp ri. Dr. Michel,
through his friend Dr. Bruns, ot New Orleans,
(who in connection with Pani H. Elayne. Esq..
ot Angosta, were aoling as friends of Dr. M.)
on Monday challenged Dr. Johnston. We
learn from street ramor that Dr. Johnston de?
cline 1 a challenge from Dr. Michel on the same
ground upon which he had refused to notice
Dr. M's card, namely, because be considered
that Dr. M. had not purged himself of the
charges made in Dr. Ligon's card. Upon this
dcc'ension, it became the duty of Dr. Brune,
the friend of Dr. Michel, to take the place of
bis principal. Dr. Johnston accepted the chal?
lenge of Ur. Bruns.
Dr. Bruns and his friends lett Montgomery
for West Point on the Monday evening accom?
modation train. Dr. Johnston and bis friends
took carriages early yesterday morning for the
purpose of getting on tho Wes? Point train at
a distance from tho city ia order to escape
observation as mach as possible. Fortunately,
(we say fortunately, because no cause of quar?
rel existed be ween Dru. Johnston and Bruns.)
the officers of the law got wind of the antici?
pated dael. Deputy sheriff T. J. Scott and his
assistants left Montgomery on the yesterday
morning's train and arrested the party of Dr.
Johnston as they got on the oars. The arrested
patty were bound over io heav booda to keep
the peace. Thus ends an unfortunate diffi?
culty between citizens of high chanoter.
AFFAIRS IJf TELE STATE.
Tbe Sumter News says : "The recent rains
have benefit ted late corn very much, as also
rici and cotton crops still in a growing
state, bot were too late for most of the corn
crop to secure a rood yield, which at one time
promised to exceed that of any crop for several
years. Tho cool days following, we i egret to
learn, have had a bad effect opon cotton, which
is shedding very mach, and in some places is
seriously affected by rust."
All tbe lands and fixtures belonging to the
King's Mountain Iron Company, together with
all the interest ot said company in adjoining
landa, are to be exposed to public sale at the
Courthouse io York ville, on the first Monday
in September. The amount of laid thus
brought into market is large, the trusts bc
longiuer (xclosively to the company being over
nine thousand acre?. There are on some of
these tracts * number ot forges, furnaces and
other fix tires for the carrying on of iron
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Spartanborg and Union Rtilroad will be
held at Spartanburg on Wednesday next, Au?
The Town Council of Spartanborg have re?
solved to take stock to the amount of fifty
thousand dollars ($50,000) in the Air Line
Railroad, provided it be so located as to pass
within the corporate limita of that town, and
provided also, that the money so subscribed be
spent within Spartanourg County: this action,
however, to be subject to the ratification of the
voters of the town.
Tho Uuionville Timea says: "On Thursday
last. Fraok Gist was put upon bia trial for the
murder of Amos Gist, all colored. The pri?
soner chose a ?ury composed exclusively of
white men. 1'be prisoner pleaded as an ex
cuse, the highest provocation which a married
man could receive hom another. The verdict
was -manslaughter,' and the sentence, 'two
years in tho penitentiary.' A Birong appeal
for pardon will go to the Governor. Equity
business has occupied the attention of the
cour: ever since.
-Nearly all the New York dailies have lady
correspondents at thc watering places. But.
to show the unreliability of the sex. one of
them, and probably the best, in tbe very height
of Uer epistolary success, went and got mar?
ried, a=d cut herself off from the world with a
si.or note to tbe journal: "Ciicumstanceaover
which she had no control.' ehe said, "render?
ed it necessary for her to discontinue her cor
-The Paris Si?cle publishes a correspond?
ence from Pesth in which u is stated that in
the event of a conflict between Bismarck and
Louis Napoleon, the Hungarians would neu?
tralize Austria, proclaim Prince Charles of
Roumama king ot their ancient country, re?
store portions of Bessarabia aud Moldavia to
Russia, and make common cause with the
States of Turkey.
-A physician at Cape May, walking out with
a friend of hts, said to him, "Let us avoid that
pretty little woman you see there on the lett.
Sue Knows me, ard casts on me looks of indig?
na I n. I attended her husband." "Au 1 I see;
you had the misfortune to dispatch him.'' "On
thc contrary," replied the doctor, "I saved
-Rumors are in circulation once mo:
the health or the French Emperor ie
decline. He evidently betrays great dil
at limes in walking;. Ibis is attributed
return oran old malady which some yea
had nearly proved fatol but whioh his
cians were confident they were able to
lt is said that the day be went to tbe Di
Mouchy's Iiis Majesty had a fainting fl
it was with some difficult- be wns pl iced
carriage o:a bis return to Ut. Cloud.
-The plan of tunnelling the Straits of
is practically abandoned. The engine
both France and England declare tbe p
eu'.irely feasible, but they estimate the c
fifty million dollars, and as it would ri
twenty thousand passengers a day at i
thing over a dollar apiece to make the i
prise a paying one, andas no one antic
any suob amoant of travel, there is li ttl
bability that piivate parties would und?
the work. It may be that tbe governme
France and E .1 gland will some day set abc
-A melancholy event is announced!
French journal?. Pere L'Epingle, the ki
tho rag-pickerB, bas jost died in Paris,
ra'/-pickers ot Paris arc a large body ha
and under police supervision, and soo
them have grown wealthy. Pere L'Epingl
benevolent to members of his profession
hated all thieves. He manufactured hit
medicines, which he administered fit
ohirge to the rag-picking community. H<
kept a library, lent out books and taught
den to read. About 1200 rag-pickers foll
-A duel recently took place at Chan
near Paris, between an English gentle
named Russell, said to be a relative 0
Duke of Bedford, and M. de la Poeze, a Fr
gentleman. A quarrel respecting a female
qaenter of one of the dancing gardens 0
French capital is said to have be3n the c
of the meeting. Swords were the wea
used. M. de la Poeze received three woo
one of bia lungs being perforated, and he
io a dangerous state. Mr. Russell seen
have escaped uninjured. Proceedings wi
is repotted, ba taken against both combat
by the French authorities.
-The death of Count Gabriel Haetai,
Pope's brother, was first communicated to
Holiness with great precautions, by Card
Anlouelli, to whom it bad beep reported 1
the country. The Pope was deeply moved,
instantly called the prelates of the day to
company bim to tho basilica of St. Pi
where, entering the chapel of the Holy 8a
ment, be remained a long time in prayer,
then told the prelates that he hoped the 1
hid received the soul of his beloved bro
into His glory. The next day the Holy Fat
assisted by all the prelates of the court, <
Drated a funeral servioe for the deceased.
-There is, at last, a university in G
Britain where women may study medicine
take degrees entitling them to practice. 1
University of Edinburgh has the credit
taking the lead in the reform, and bas mod
complete by authorizing the establiahmen
separate classes for female medical studo
an arrangement not found necessary eitbc:
France or America, but agreeable, to Bri
habits. This great concession is due, we
leve, mainly to the energy and persevera
ot Miss t. Je x -Blake, who refused to be dr i
out of Great Britain to pursue her studies,
after suffering defeat upon defeat, at last \
suaded (he Senate of tba Edinburgh Untve
ty that women, having bodies, ought to be ]
milted to know a little abont them,and use t
knowledge for the benefit of others.
-A recent circular from the Minister of VI
Marshal Niel, i ne true ts the commander!
military divisions to proceed witb tbe great
activity in instructing the corps of all branc
of tbe service. lu this circular Marshal 1
acknowledges that it imposes heavy seorirl
on the country to place an effective fora
400,000 men. He consequently recommet
the commanders to turn every m im eut to
count in drilling tbe troops and "serioa
preparing them for all the operations of wa
He bolds tbat al! the corp* should be so 00
pie te as to be able to placo all available mee
the field, and that no soldier is to be accord
leave of absence without absolute necessi
Warlike preparations have not, Bays t
Gaulois, boen arrested for an instant along t
entire extent of the frontier on the Bhina. T
i troops stationed on the frontier bave not be
reduced by a com piny, aud at Strasburg t
magazines continue to re?oive all sorts of m
tary supplies. The report published by t
Gaulois, that troops bad been called from ,
gena, bas boen officially contradicted.
-Not content witb mastering the Suez can
Napoleon bas projected a great ship canal frc
the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean, t
cost of which is estimated at between eevc
teen and eighteen millions of pounds, and t
time necessary for its completion six yeai
This would form a direct hue of communie
tion with India by the isthmus of Suez, a
have the whole circuit of the Portuguese ai
Spanish coasts in the case of ships from En
land or any of tho Northern ports of Eurot
A straight line drawn from Bordeaux to To
louse will touch the coast of the Gulf of Lyo
not far from Perpignan. From Bordeaux
Toulouse (he Garrone is a navigable river, 1
that for ovor two-thirds of the line, ic is sai
it ia only a question of widening and correct 11
a water-way already in existence. From To
louse to the gulf there is already a canal. A
that is required to accomplish the great obje
is to deepen and straighten * line of water tb
now exists. France has entered the list f
commercial renown, and will run a tilt wii
all opposing nations. ludia is just now tl
prize for whioli tbe contest is waged.
-Tho Princess of Wiles wore a rose-colo
ed dress, covered with white netting, whoa st
received the purses at the Royal Dramati
College. A part of the crimson clotb-covero
stage was caretnlly marked off with crimso
cords passed through brass rods, so as to ca
lo mind a "tweuty-four foot ring," and th
Prince and Princess "stepped ?uto the rope
arena." They eat upon crimson velvet seatei
chairs, and before them defiled tho ha pp
bearers of purses, which were deposited upo
the ground at the Princess' feet. Few of tb
purse-bearers, it is remarked, appeared to hav
acquired the art of backing gracefully out o
a royal presence. Some did not attempt ti
baok at all, and some backed when it seems
to be as unnecessary as it must have been an
comfortable, and was certainly unsightlj
that is, down the stairs, whi?h were out of th
range of tbe royal vision. An eye-nitnes
gays it is pretty certain that the Prince wa
totally unconscious that be was doing any
thing funny as he raked back with his s ti o
the purt-os which were being swept away b
retreating ladies' trains; but his future sub
jecte saw something exquisitely facetious ii
the action, and laughed consumedly.
-The recent death at Brussels of Cant ilion
who at one time was the cause of severe at
tacks upon the character of Napoleon I, hai
been announced. He was a sergeant in tb<
Old Guard of Napoleon, and fought throng!
tbe campaign of Waterloo, quitting tbe army
after the capture of Paris. After the execution
of Ney and Labedoyere, thirty or forty ot the
non-commissioned officers of the Old Guard
conceived the idea of assassinating We'ltng
ton, whom they regarded as t'^e chief author
of the evils that had befallen Prance. About
the end or December, 1815; a pistol shot was
fired at tbe Duke in the streets of Paris, but
missed him. Cantilion was suspected and
* ried, but the proof was not clear, and ho was
acquitted. Napoleon I took advantage of this
circumstance to make in his will an attack
upon the Dake of Wellington's course, and as
a mark of approbation, left Cantilion a legacy
of $2000. Whether this legacy has ever been
? j) a id is a matter of dispute. On February 17,
1853, application was made to the English
Prerogative Court for the delivery of > be will
and codicils of "the late Napoleon Bona?
parte," whioh was granted, the consent of the
British Government having also been obtained.
In 1851, on August 15, the anniversary of the
birth of Napoleon I, the Emperor Napoleon
m announced that be had set apart $1,600, .
000 to pay tho legacies bequeathed by his un?
cle. At this time it was inform illy announced
that Napoleon I was insane on the subject of
Cantilion, and that the legacy wo j 1J not be
paid. It is believed, however, that Cantilion
obtained the money in a quiet wvy.
MOSE ABOUT THE ?BINGS.?
That 'Mine Million Job-The I M vc st 1 ga?
ting Committee-Clerical Fore? of
tbe Stat? O?Tcer?-Tbe Land Commit,
atoner-Carpet-Baggers TS. Scalawag a
-The Tax Affair-The Vacant Judge?
ship-T h e V ni ve rsl t y - in temperance,
"Itburiel," the wide-awake correspondent
of the Uuionville limes, writes from Columbia
under date of the 2d inst ant:
. The well written letters or "Lox" to THE
CH&BLKSTOH Mews are the universal theme
here, and ot all tbe numerous assailants, he
bas thrown the most effective and tremendous
bombshell into Scott's camp. In vain has he
(Scott) called in Messrs. Harrison and Came?
ron, who were on the committee to excnlpate
him; both have written letters for that pur nose,
and say that tbe contract with Sellera & Co.
was for $8,500,000, yet even then things look
dark. Some one, too, in the Courier
ander the Signatare of "Veritas," whom
we sinele out as tho stay behind the
throne-old John Heart-bas written as
unsatisfactory, complete, and disgusting a
nonentity as could be hauled op for the occi?
si?n. "Lox's" communication bas taken well
everywhere; boto Radical and Democrat, have
stamped Scott's proceedings a regular swin?
dle, and every one is inquiring, "Who is
" 'Lox?' " We have tracked him far enough io
know he is a disappointed contractor from
North Carolina; he knows what he is writing
about, aud has nicely and clearly unearthed the
machinery of this Blue Bidgo Railroad Ring.
Scott has felt these letters. He pretends not
to notice the attacks of the press, which bas
handled him rougher than it has any other
man in this country; yet we know thor prick
bim like the spears of tbe Lilliputians did Gul?
liver, and if they continue they will yet swamp
"Lay on Macduff,
And damned be be who first cries, "HoldI
While pretended Conservative papers and
men say these attacks on State officials do no
good, wc do not know how to muet, treat, or
get nd of ?nem any other way. People should
know who they aro, and if they are devils, they
must be fough : with fire, and on every occa?
sion shafts should be Bank into the rich ven. s
of villanoas ore they are laying away.
Here we will show up two sweet items. Tho
first is the investigating committee of the
Third Congressional District, gjt ten np at the
sp?cial request of Scott to prove he told noth?
ing but the truth ia bis recommending Hogo
lo a seat in Congress. This committee cost
the State some $75 a day. and as they intend
sitting, at all events, four months, there goes
The second is not far behind. While a great
?any useless offices were crested, as is ac?
knowledged on all sides, for no other purpose
but to satisfy tbe faithful, there are attached to
these a great many well paid clerkships. Be?
fore the war the State did not pay tor more
than three clerks at a cost of about $2500; now
lhere are twelve wbo are paid fully $12 000.
Here then is $12.000 grasped from ibe poor
taxpayers and literally thrown away. The lat?
ter item is more excusable than the first, as it
enables the renowned to do nothing but squan?
der Mate money for tbe slothful luxury several
of them are living in.
C. P. Lesli3 is making arrangements to es?
tablish his office, as Land Commissioner, here,
with J. Woodruff, Clerk ot the Senate, as his
nght hand man and olerk. While the "irre?
pressible" may fuss and mme about his com?
mission being on the side of the people, no?
body hero puts any trust in it. He is, unfortu?
nately, too well known to be very fond ot tbe
dollars, and he is not going to run any machine
that does not turn th m out. This Land Com?
mission is another "nug," and it will not re?
quire much time bet?re it will loom ap io all its
monstrosity, and stand beside tho Blue Ridge
('arpot-baggers must be coming to grief.
Mackey, tbe customhouse warrior of Charles?
ton, hos played his cards so adroitly as to win
tho golden opinions of the darkies down tl-cte,
as a gentleman just up says, neither Sawyer,
Bowen or Clark could get a corporal's guard
from among them. The same feeling La? begun
to show itself here, and a leading Radical offi?
cial gives it as his opinion that no carpet-bag?
ger shall be nominated in the next State elec?
Messrs. Carroll and Fielding, who were
chosen as counsel by the taxpayers of Rich?
land, to test the legality of tbe assessment ol
real property in court, after consideration, bave
concluded to drop the matter, and recommend
that the means prescribed by law be used, viz :
that an application bo made to the State Audi;
tor, through the County Auditor, for an abate?
ment where tho party thinks his property ie
assessed too high.
Major C. D. Melton will be probably tendered
seat on the supreme bench, vice H?ge ro?
gued, and if he accepts, which every one
wishes, his duties as assooiate justice will not
interioro wi.h those of Professor cf Law in the
Tho University is considored safe, aud the
removals and changes mentioned in our last
letter as b.-ing thought of, will hardly occur,
gigantic demou of intemperance stalks
among us in Columbia. It is surprising to sec
how many of the merchants deal in whiskey,
as we believe that one can get a dnnk at four
filths of the stores any day in the week. Oe
Sundays only the front doors are closed, while
the roar ones are always opened for policemen
and others to go in and drink. Ibe uegroet
especially get drunk on this day, when they
pond the earnings of the week. Greater pan
tbe liquor is medicated.nt?d while tho naiver
sal cry ie' Lo I tbe poor negro I we can loo!
among onrselves and say
Tew bring tac't at eve, Immaculate, the man
urra ol the morn."
Yet the morality and bearing of the student!
the University bas been netter than wai
ever known. Fortunately there is no tall
hore about forming militia companies. Tin
United States garrison is sufficient to awe Ku
MW "FRESH AS A MAIDEN'S BLUSH"
the pure peachy Complexion which follows th<
Uf>e Of HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM. It is thi
True Secret of Beauly. Fashionable Ladies in So
ciety understand this.
The MAGNOLIA BALM changes the rustic Conn
G tri into a City Belle more rapidly than au j ollie,
Redness, Sunburn, Tan, Freebies, Blotches and al
effects of the Summer Sun dieapnear when it is u -ed
snd s gen lal, cultivated, frosh expression is obtained
which rivals the Bloom of Youth. Beauty is po-si
to all who will Invest seventy-five cents at an;
respectable atore and insist on getting the MAO NJ
LIA BAL Vi.
Usa nothing but Lyon'a Kitbalron to dress th
Hair, sae mwflmo July 26
CAMPBELL-HOBBIT -On the 28'h Jone, 1869,
bv Magistrate L. BUSCH. Lieutenant JOHN CUL?
LIAT CAMPBELL to Mrs. M. A. MO UBI-, all
bf ibis city. *
MAGHATH.-Died, on the sfterDconof the 13th
Instant. EARNESTINE E. MAGRATH, wife Of W. J.
M A ?B A TH.
SW- The Relatives and Friends ot the
Family are respectfully invited to attend the Fune?
ral services, at Si Msry's Church, Ha-el-street, Io
MOBBOW the 16th instant, at Mine o'cl ck A. M.
*S- I lie Re mt Ives, Friends sind Ac
qusintances of Mrs. W. A. Krso. Mr. G P. ARTOFZ
and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. AETOPE, sre respectfully in?
vited to attend the Funeral Services of WTL I AM
GILBERT, son of the latter, at their residence, cor?
ner of Spring and Coming streets. THIS AFXBRSOOF,
at Five o'clock, without further invitation.
August 14 ?
WsT. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Services in tbls Church TO-MOBROW MORHINO at
hilf p?at Ten o'clock. Dr. W. W. HI 'K3 officiating.
?3-1 trangera will be provided arith seats.
August 14- g
4S-CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Services on SUNDAY MOBNDJO at Half-past Ten
o'clock-tn the ETEVKO at quarter-past KJght.
August 14 _ ?
JW TBIN1TY CHURCH, HASEL-STREET.
The Congregation of this Church will worship in the
Lecture Room, m basement, until the repairs are
completed. August 14
W DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED m the Orphan's Chapel To- MOHMOWArrn>
if OOH, at five o'clock, by the Rev. W. w. LOBD, D.
D. '_ August 14
W C. L.-THE "C. L'a" WILL FIND IN
the Sep'ember humber of the XIX CENTURY an
important article. August 14 '
e- J. J. JOSEPH, CHINESE EMIGBANT
A gent, has returned to Charleston and can be found
for a few days at office of M. GOLDSMITH Jk SON.
Collonada Row, Vendue Ra?ge_August 14
^CONSIGNEES' NOIIC E.-CONSIG?
NEES per steamship PRO MEI H EU s are notified
that she is Tars DAT discharging cargo at North At?
lantic Wharf. All goods remaining on the wharf at
nunnet will be at risk of Consignees.
JO as ct THEO. GETTY, agents.
August ll 1
atr LET US DISCUSS THE GREAT QUES?
TION.-What ls tbs most important of all earthly
blessings, In tbe estimation of every intelligent hu?
man being ?
Clearly, it is Health;' for soundness of body snd j
mind is essential to the enjoyment of sil the other 1
good gifts of Providence.
Row, then, rhall (bose who possess this Inestima?
ble treasure eadeavor to preserve lt, and how shall
those who have lost it seek to retrieve lt ?
1 hese questions have been asked In all ase?, but
never bave they been as satlslactorlly rest onded to
SB st tho present day, and the answers which com?
mon sense, enlightened by terence and experience,
give to them in the Nineteenth Century nuy be
briefly ststed thus:
To protect tbe system against all Influences that
tend to generate disease, there is nothing like invig?
To re-cstsbllrb the health on a Arm basis, when lt
has beon lost by Imprudence or any other cause, the
system must b? simultaneously strengthened, regu?
lated snd purified.
lhese ends can only be attained through the agen?
cy of a preparation which combino* the attributes of
a tonic, a corrective, a blood d?purent, and an ape?
All these essentials are effectually blended in HOS
TEl'TER'3 8IOMACH BITTERS. They contain
nothing drastic, irritating or Inflammatory. The
juices and extracts of unatITS herbs, roots and barks,
are their sole medicinal ingredients, and thesu are
rendered diffusible by combination with the spiri?
tuous essence of rye. the purest of all alcoholic stim?
lhe weak and feeble, and especially tbose suffer?
ing Irom biliousness, Indigestion and nervousness,
absolutely require the renovation aid of this power?
ful tonic and alterative during the heated term, and
cannot prudently postpone its use for a single day.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
MW FROM THE ARMY HOPITAL, THE
bloody battle-field, the mansion of the rich and the
bumble abode of the poor-from the omeo and the
sacred desk, from the mountain-top, distant valley
and far-off islands of the ocean-from every noak
and corner of the sivllized world, is pouring in the
evid-.nce of the astonishing effects of DRAKE'S
PLANTATION BI i TE tts. Thousands upon thous?
ands of letters like the following may be seen at our
. ?. ? . I have beeu In the anny hospital for
fourteen months, spreohless and nearly dead. At
alton, UL, they gare me a bottle of Plantation Bit?
ters. Three bottles have made me a well man.
MAONOUA WATER.-Superior to the best imported
German Cologne, and sold at half the prioe.
W THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC OF
CHARLESTON that I have put up one of SCOTT'S
PATENT ELEVATORS, at Messrs H. BUL WINKLE
S CO.'S STORE. No. 94 southeast Corner East Bay
and Avenue leading to Brown's Wharf, where it can
be seen in operation. It possesses many advan?
tages over the old styl? Elevators. I being appointed
Mr. Scott's Agent herc, am prepared to make said
Elevators to order. ARCHIBALD MoLEISH,
August 10 tus9 No. 1 Cumberlanii. street.
MST NOTICE.-TO LOT OWNERS ON SUL
LIVAS'S ISLAND.-By virtue of an ordinance, rati?
fied in Town Council thc first day of August, 1821,
all owners ot lots are hereby notified and required
to attend at Meultrieville, in person, or to send sn
able-bod ed band, to w. rk on the streets and high?
ways, oe MONOAT, August 16tb, snd for five succes?
sive days thereafter, with provisions, and such hoes,
spades and wheelbarrows as may be necessary.
All penalties will be rigidly enforced against delin?
quents as well as against those in delault for the
years 1867 and 1838.
For thc convenience of those wishing to commute
their labor, as well as th se iu default for previous
labor, the Intendant will be in Charleston on i uss
DAT and SATURDAY. 10;L an 1 14'h instant, between
the ho irs of 9 and 3 o'clock, at the Law Office of T.
B. Koto, No 51 Broad-street.
Byordtrof J*0. M. TOCHEY,
Moultrieville, August 9, 186J. Intendant.
August 9_TI wai
_"STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN A
MARLBORO' COUNTY.-IN EQUITY-PRESTON
COVINGTON AND WIFE VS. HENRY C. LEGGETT
AND WIFE, El Ai-BILL FOR PARTITION, IN?
JUNCTION AND RELIEF-Notice is hereby given
ia otiedienee to sn oider made Lu the above stated
case, that tbe children ofEBENEIER W. THOMAS,
or their heirs, if any such there be, are hereby re?
quired to eatabliah before me, at Bsnnettaville, S.
C. . on or before the FIRST DAT OF JANUARY
next, such relationship and their ri.-ht to the fundi?
question in sbove ststed cse; and on their (allure
so lo do, to be deprived sud forever barred of all
right, title or interest in the same.
D. D. MCCOLL, Special Referee.
JB3TTHE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST-THE NEWB JOB OFFICE, No.
149 EAST BAY, having replenished its Stock with s
ne? and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest styles, ls prepared to execute, at
i be shortest notase and tn the best manner, JOB
PRINTING at every description.
Call and examine tbs scale of prices before giving
your orders elsewhere,
FOR SE W YOB K-M ?CBC HANTS' LI AB
THE REdULAR PA1 'KL r SCHOONER
N. W. 8 VIT H . TOOKEE Mas^r. having
>large portion cargo engaged, will be des
? patch ed proms?v.
Angost 13 a WILLIAM BOA CH k CO.
KXCUKSIOSS TO ALL POINTS OF IBT
TBKE-tl ABOCNO TBE H * Ii BO K.
THE TA 'HI ELtAMK WILL SOW BK?
1 SUME her trips to sit points In the harbor,
ippljto A. A. GOLDSMITH
At M. Goldsmith At bon'?. / j
August 10_Vendue Bange.
THE ?INE FAST SAILING YACHT
ELLA ANNA, the Champion of the sooth,
, ia now ready and prepared to make regalar
> tripe, thus affording an opportunit? to all
who otav wish to vii it points of interest in our beau?
For paxaage, apply to the Captain on Union Wharf.
FOB PHI LAbKLPHI A A \ D BOS I ON.
THE fcTEAMSHIP PROBE
RTB?U8, Captan GHAT WIB
'have Norla Atlantic Wharf, om
.TH?BSTMY AnsaxeoN, August 19th,
at 6 o'clock.
For Freight or passage apply to
JOHN it THEO. GETTT.
August 14_North Atlantic Wharf.
KUU NEW Ultu.
REG ULAR LIEE ETER 7 WEDNEEDA T.
THE SPLENDID 8TK>M?HTP
'SARAGOSSA, Captain C. BIDER,
hav.ng elegant and spacious ac^
- comniodations for passengers, win
leave ??nde;horst's wort on WKDKKSDAX, Au
gust 18th. 1^69, at - o'clock.
August 13_RAVENED At CO. *-j*^t?
SEW XOBK AND CHA IthEaXul
FOR If B W YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20.
THE SPLENDID RIDE-WHEEL
[STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN. Woon
%AHJ? LUI H01X' Commander, wffl" sail front
??TW?llsiiBt Auger's bouth t?hari on SATCSDAT,
l itFAugu s t, at ll o'clock A. M.
MW Aa extra charge of $6 made for Tickets pur?
chased on board after sailing.
' AW No Billa of Lading signed after the steamer
j&- Through Bills Lading given tor Cotton to
Boston and Providence, K. I.
MW ? trough Bills of Lading given to Liverpool.
SsT Marine Insurance ny this Une % Der cent
MW The steamers ot thia lina am first class In
every respect, and their Tables are cupelled with all
the delicacies of the New York and Charleston mar?
keta, sc.: :
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADO KB k CO.. Agents,
Comer Adder's Wharf and Esst Bay (Up-?uir? )
JCST* The CHAMPION will follow on SaTuanAX,
the 31st August, at 6 o'clock, P. af,
August 9_< _
PACIFIC MAIL, STKAMSH1P CODIFY B
TKBOCGH Ll>fc TO
CALLFOBNLA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
CB A SO ? OF SAILING OAFS!
ST EA ME BS OF THE ABOV
line leave Pier No. 42, North Bivar,
foot of Canal-street, New York, at
ia o'clock nocn, of th? 1st, 11th and
.?1st of every month (except whet, these datss fall
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of l?t and 21st connect at Panama wits
steamers tor South Pacific and Central America o
ports. Those of 1st touch st Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each month connecta with
the new steam line from Panama to Australia sn*
Steamship J PA AN leave s San Fin ci i co for China
and Japan September 4.1869.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but ge
direct from New York ta AsplnwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicino and attendance '.ec
For Passage Tickets or further Information a aol/
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Caual-etreet, North Elver, New York,
March 12_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent,
NO STEAMER OF THE CHARLESTON AND SA?
VANNAH STE AM PACK i T LINE WILL LEAVE
&FOR H.-VA NN AH THIS WEEK.
FOR BEAUFORT A \ D CHISOLM'S
s THE STEAMER FANNIE, CAP
CTAM ADAIR, of the above line, will
tve tor the above points on MONS AX, the 16th in?
stan', ot 6 A. M He I ural DK, wiU le JV? Beaufort on
WamxxsDAr, the 18th, at 8 A. M.
For Freight or Passage, arply at
THE OFFICE OF THE AGEN?AT,
Ausust 14 1 Acconunodidion Whirf.
S9-B0SADALIS WILL CUBE THE WOBST
CASES OF SCROFULA.-Bead the statement below,
and despair not;
DEAS Sm-My youngest daughter, aged fire rears,
has been dreadfully afflicted with Scrofula nearly all
her life. I tried a gre it many physicians, but with?
out relieving her much; in fact, most of them said
there was no hope of cure. During the last spring
she was worse than ever, her body and Umbi being
co vere 1 v. i th sores and b'otches- rvfth face and eyes
badly ulcerated and swollen. Whilst in this condi?
tion I was advised bj Dr. L. A. SUth, to try ROS A
DA Lia. I at once procured three bottle?, and com?
menced giving it to her. Ihe effect was magical. In
less than a month, to my great astonishment, aha
was entirely well.
I am, sir, yours, with respect and gntitude,
W. W. BUhNETT.
For sale bv GOODRICH, WTNEHAN k CO.. Im?
porters of Drugs and Chemical;, Charleston, 8. 0.
An net 14_stnthS
MW CHARLESTON BOABD OF TRADE.
The Charleston Board ef Trade OFFEBS A PRE?
MIUM OF TWO HUNDRED AND PIT FY DOLLARS
LARS ($350) for the beat "Treatise, with Statistics
upon the past and present Trade of Charleston, the
advantages to the Southeastern States of making
Charleston their emporium and centre of exchange,
and the measures which should be adopted tor se?
curing to Charleston this position."
The Treatise must be without signature, but
designated by some motto or sentence, accompanied
by a sealed envelope, containing within the motto
or sentence which designates the Treatise, together
with the name of the author. The Treatise must be
handed to the Secretary ot the Board of Trade on or
before the first day of November, 1869, and every
competitor must engage to acquiesce cheerfully in
the award of the Committee. The examination of
the Treatise and the awarding ol the Prize will be
confided to a Commit: ec of gentlemen selected sole?
ly for their ability and impartiality.
By order ol the Board.
H. COBIA, President.
H. BASS. Secretary.
Ohar-eston. Joly ta. 1869. w*6 July 28
S*T*MARENGO.-F EVER AND AGUE
CURE, TONIO, FEVER PREVENTIVE.-This val?
uable preparation hs a been in private us? for many
years, and through thc persuafion of friends, whe
have u ed it with the most beneficial results, the
proprietor has been induced to offer it to the pub?
lic. It is warrjnted to cure CHILLS AND FEVER
of howevei long standing, removing the cause and
enture!} eradicating its effects from the system. It
will PURIFY THE BLOOD, strengthen the diges?
tive organs, induce an appetite, and restore the
patient to perfect health. It is a purely VEGETABLE
preparation, and so harmless that children of aU
ages may take it with safety. As a tonic MARENGO
has no superior, and for debility arising from the
effects of fever, or from other cause, is invaluable.
A few doses ls sufficient to satisfy the most in?
credulous sufferer of its virtue and worth. AU
who try one bottle of MARENGO will be BO much
pleased with Its effect, that they will readily en?
dorse it, NO HUMBUG. For evidence of ita effi?
cacy at. I value, refer to MARENGO sirculara, which
contain certificates of well known and respectable
MARENGO is a genuine Southern preparation,
the proprietor and manufacturer being a native and
resident of Charleston, and tt ia fully guaranteed to
give complete and universal sa Us faction.
NO HUMBUG. TRY IT.
For sale by all Druggists, and by BOWIE k
MOISE, corner Meeting and Hasel streets; GOOD*
RICH. WINEMAN A CO., Hayne-street. and G. J.
LUHN, Druggist, Agent ot Proprietor, corner of
King and John air?ete, Charleston, & 0.
June 8 nag 3moa