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Trial of Slr. Davis.
. WASHINGTON, August 29.-The de
terminatiou of the President of the
United States that Jefferson Davis
. should* be tried by, a civil court is,
likely to be -carried* out at Norfolk,*
Virginia. So indicates a despatch re?
ceived . from Washington last night.
In that case Chief Justice Chase would
pregide, Virginia being embraced in.
his mdicial circuit. The direction of
military- operations. from Eichmond
would be the basis of the charge of
Terrible Railroad Disaster.
NASHVILLE^ August 28.-Tho follow?
ing are the latest details of the fright?
ful railroad disaster which occurred on
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad,
yesterday morning. "As the morning
trahi was passing over the trestle at
Richland Neck, seventy miles South
of Nashville, the trestle suddenly gave
way and precipitated the train into the
creek. Up to G o'clock, twelve dead
bodies and eighty wounded had been
recovered from the wreck. A car con?
taining thirty negroes is still under
water. Quite a number of passengers
Proclamation Hy thc President.
WASHINGTON, August 29.-Tho fol?
lowing proclamation was,issued this
By the President of file United States oj
American ' i
Whereas, by my proclamations of
thc 13th and "2 Ith di June, I860, re?
moving restrictions, in part, upon in?
ternal, domestic and coastwise inter?
course and trade with those States
recently declared in insurrection* cer?
tain articles were exempted from tht
eflect of said proclamations as contra?
band of war, and
Whereas, the necessity for restrict?
ing trade in said articles has now in si
great measure ceased, it is hereby or?
dered that on aud after tin- 3d day oi
September, 18<V>. all restrictions afore
?aid be removed, so that articles do
dared by tho said proclamations to b<
contraband of war may be import?e
into*and sold in said States, subject
only to such regulations as tho Secre
tary of the Treasury may prescribe.
lu testimony whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused tire sea
of the United States to bc.aifixed.
Done at the city of Washington
this 29th day of August, in the yea:
of our Lord 1865, and the independa
?-nee (d' the United States of America
- * ANDREW JOHNSON.
By the President:
W.^I. SEWARD. Secretary of fttate.
SAN FRANCESCO, July 31.-The lutes
accounts from, thc Shenandoah are ti
* the afternoon of the 23YI of Jinn
when she was- near Cap? Thaddeus
steering North-west toward where
' ileet of sixty whalers were known t
be previously. Capt. Nye had lei
. the bark .Milo during a fog in a sma
boat, (or the purpose of warning tl)
fleet of the danger. The Milo als
spoke a French whaler, whieh imm*
diatuly put away lowerd the lice
. having considerable start of the Sin
While the Shenandoah was at A
cension island, in April, she burne
the New London bark Pearl, the Xe
Bedford shii> Young Hector, beside
San Francisco, anda Hawaiian winde
She next burned tho Now Bedfoi
bark Abigail, in Ochotsk Sea, th?
th? Thompson, in Kamschatka Sc
aud then Several New Bedford whaler
as reported yesterday, in Adair Se.
where she arrived on thc 20th June.
It was feared that unless the Frem
n ship's open whale boat could succei
in warning the fleet, all would be ea
tured, as the Shenandoah ftnew c
.actly where to Und them. Th??y we
hovering along the Southern.udge
the ice-fields', ?hawing closer togeth
as the ice 'drifted toward Behrin?
Straits, through which they \v<
seeking a passage to the Arctic Zoi
as the iee permits.
Affairs in the Soul n.-w?st.
CAIRO, August 26.-A few cases
yellow fever are reported at New (
' leans, bilt they ettcite no nucasinc
as they are of a mild type, and. vi
readily to careful treatment. '1
health of the city generally was ne
NEW ORLEANS, August 29.v-To:
advices report the frontier to* be i,j
worse ?ondition than ever belo
Austin and San Antonio papers
fified with accounts of outrages by
Indians and highway robberies. St
have been taken by the military
thoritics to afford protection to fr
Gen. Maxey is out in a letter, wh
does not give Kirby. Smith much ?
dit for truth and veracity.
The condition of the black*, wit
few exceptions, is represented as satis?
factory. . i - j
. The worm continues its ravages 0:1
thc cotton cropin ?he lower counties.
NEW OBUEAXS, August 30.-A severe
wind storm in Jackson, Miss., tooday,
blew down several buildings in course
of construction, and some people were
injured and one negro wa:, killed.
Cotton market quiet; sales 1,000
bales," at 43@44 cents.. Sugar-com?
mon Louisiana, at 12>.< cents; prime,
at 16><i cents. Molasses, inferior old,
at 69(?i70 cents. Exchange tm New
York }4?% discount. ,f ,*
. Indian Affairs. ?
FORT LARAMIE, August 25.-Advices
from Gen. Connor's Powder River
Expeditionvto August 21 have.bet
On the lGth instant, a detachment
of Connor's Pawnee scouts discovered,
pursued' and killed all of a war party
of Cheyennes, numbering twenty-four, j.
who were returning from *ho mail 1
road with scalps sud plunder. There
was no lefts* on our side. Our men]
captured twenty-nine horses and mules
and a quantity of white women and
children's .clothing, two infantry coats |
issued at Fort Laramie last spring to |
the Indians, who subsequently killed \
Capt. Fouls and four mon of the Se - [
ventli Iowa cavalry, and also a number j
of letters and papers addressed to the j
men of?the Seventh Michigan, now rm ?
duty on the mail road, which shows 1
they were direct from the undi line?
One of tho principal chiefs cf the
Cheyennes was killed.
The Indians aro all moving North j
with great rapidity for their villages, J
Gen. Connor left Powder River on tho j
22d instant, moving North, and con- j
centrating his columns, ready and 1
eager to meet them. %
OBITUARY, * j
Died-on tho -?'.nh ult., EUGENE, fifth sou4
cd George and Catharine ("hisolm, aged
eight veal's, four months and foin.- days. !
He is not dead-the child of eur affection- !
but gone unto that school 1 i
Where he no longer needs our poor proteo- j
Tor Christ hirnself dotti rule,
.In that grc.it cloister's stillness and neda- :
By guardian angels led.
Safe from temptation, safe from sin's rfollu- '
tief?, ' ;
He lives -whom we call dead.
FOR ALDERMAN, 3d WARD.
DR. \\\ V. GEIGER is nominated t.. li
thc vacancy for Alderman in Ward No.
' Sept -1. 1
Comptroller-General's Office. !
GREENVILLE C. H., S. C., !
AUGUST D'., is?:..
BY permission of His Excellency Gov. :.
berry, the (batios of this office will lie j
attended to at this place until further no- ?
tice. Communications should be addressed
to care of Mai. W. Lat ol.
JAMI'S A. BLACK. ?
Hopt-12 . Comptroihtr-Gencral. j
I School. Notice.
ri?HE MJSSF.S HENRY v. ill resume iii.- i
L duties of their SCHOOL, at their rcsi-I
dence on Stalk's Hill, East end <>f Gervais
?treel. on MONDAY, 'Jd October, and .- '?cit !
the patronage of tlu-tr friends alni tim jiiih- :
bc. AU the usual branches of an English
education will be taught, together with
Music and French. Fur terms. & c., apply
as aoiA'C. Sent 4 1 '
TUST received from Philadelphia and Bal
timorcTMid will benpenedtbis niorning,
a line assortment of Gent's, Ladies1 and
Misses1 SUCKS, made to order expressly
for this market, consisting in part of the
I (tent'sCalf and Kid Congress GAITERS
! and BALMORALS.
Genfs Double Soled GAITERS and BAL
I Cent's Calf Double Soled OXFORD TIES
? and BUCKLE SHOES.
I Ladies1 Calf, Kid and Coat GAITERS and
I Ladies' Cloth Congress GAITERS and
1 Ladies' English Kid SLIPPER*?,
Missi s' tine BALMORALS and GAITERS.
Misses' Strong BOOTEES, for school.
Those in want are invited to call and ex?
amine our stock.
SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH.
Sept 4 _ _ ?
. For S-?verpool.
miIE BRITISH BARK MELBOURNE,
JL Captain Fosh, having a portion of her
cargo ready, will have despatch for tho
above port. Apply to GIBRES&COi,
S'-pt A 3 Auger's Wharf,Charleston.
MORDECAI & CO,,
NoHh-Htist Comer of Ow/ omi }.<>mh:iy.
?Streets, Opposite Custom lloufe, Baltir*ore.
Fl!HE undersigned have, established :
_L house in this city, under thc style, o
MORDECAI ? CO., for the purpose of car
rying on a General Commission and Ship
ping Business. .
J. RANDOLPH MORDECAI.
Advances made on consignments to th
j house of Mordecai A. Co., Charleston, S. t
1 Baltimore, Aug. L 18?5. Sept.4 mi*
Attention, Firemen. '
AREGULAR niec?ing* of the "Citv Fire
Departmentwill be held TH IS AFTER?
NOON, ?t 5 o'clock, in the Uah of theJHook
and Ladder Company.. Punctual attendance
is requested", as business of importance will
'OL* transacted. .
. Sent 1 l ?. F. HARRISON, Se aretary,
. Drug Store
FT11IE STOCK and FIXTURES of a whole
JL sale and i-ttail DRUG STORE, in the
town of Newberry, S. C., prominently situ?
ated, and of good patrouagc, will bc sold at
a bargain, if applied for soon.
Satisfactory masons assigned for soiling.
Address Box tJ8, Ney.boirv, S. C. .
FOR FOLIO BENEFIT.
"VITE hay? jfllt received a FINE ASSORT?
IE MENT of
. FANCY ARTICLES.
MOISE & ORCHARD*,
Fondloton street, ono door West of Rich's'n.
Sept 1 _ 15
.BANKERS AND BROKERS,
- NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
/""*1 OVERNMENT SECURITIES and other
\JC STOCKS. BONDS, .tc, bought and
nold on commission.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE, member N. Y.
SIMEON BALDWIN, -Tin, member N. Y.
Vt trolcum nul Mining Board.
CYRUS.!. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED.
Sept ? Hmo I
?? , '_.._1_
C OMER' S
United States Type Foundry,
Nos. 2S, :?0 and :!'2 Centre .'.root, near the
City HVl, Now York. ?
ro PI! rx xi: xs AX/> PUJ?USI?ERS.
rilli F undersigned beg to trail youratten
I t.on to their new series of'StOTCH
CUT FACES, from Pearl to Pica, just liuish
. !, specimens ot which can be furnished on
application; surpassing, if possible, their
original Scotch Cut Fae? s, which have given
r ii? b universal satisfaction throughout the
I niied States.
VUE FANCY TITE DEPARTMENT ex?
hibits an unsurpassable quantity of styles, i
of booie origin. and selected from England. |
France and Germany. J\v.-\ their nev Ame- j
rican Scripts, hound Hand and liaban i
Scripts, bordering, etc., ar..' um to Le ey.- i
c.clh-d in this or any other country: and this j
the undersigned make bold to sky i f their
specimens-:is ihey hiv.- reached a point I
originally aimed after--that is, to etfcel in i
quality of the article fumisln d, and in the I
variety of styl-s pr.-scntcd foi selection -1
surpassing ali similar establishments. The
s.-N '. ral styles have only to be seen to be I
Particular attention is called to their J
('orman dopartnumt, wherein is ?howu as
splendid Cern?an faces .iud stylen as can be?
st-en o? the Gorman Confederation or tho
United States. Panic.dar attention Inning
been given to thc selection, in obtaining I
the styles from iii? best type foundries |
throughout Germany, whether for Bool:, j
Job or Newspaper Printing. I
All Type cast at their < stablishmont is
now nianufaetur >:. from the metal known
un Conner's I m quailed ii ?rd Type Metal, j
. xi ?" Evi ry art .i le necessary for a perfect
Printing Ofiico furnished as above.
Sept '-t JAMES CONNER'S SONS.
THE EXERCISES *~
O'.- Miss A. T. LEO ARE'S SCHOOL will
be. resumed on MONDAY, r.t tho same
yootn-on? e.orner North of Rieldand and
West of Main, on tho promises of Mrs.
Munds. Bo' s admitted umb r eight wars
?of age._- _Sept 2 2*
Haye ?Tow in Store Cases of
' Sept 2 3
Hearse & Baldwin
\ I~AVE now in store LIQUORS, &t\
ll Several acres of LUI I .DINO LOT;, to
lease!_Sent 2 3
Orlando Z, Bates
RESPECTFULLY informs Ids fornn.r
nistomers and friejids, and the pulilic
in general, that ho hi's established himself
on-tho corner of Oates and Washington
streets-on..' wquare South of the Shiver
House-whare he has opened, and offi rs
for sale, the following new and carefully
purchased GOCDS, viz:
SUGARS, COFFEE, TEA.
Soda Biscuit,boston Crackers. Butter,
Flour. Soap, Starch, Cooking Suda*
Washing tioda, Pepper, S.pitc. Ginger,
Candles. Codfish, Nfaokerol. Choose,
Ground Pinner, London Mustard,
; Mason's Cllallenjce Blacking,
i Mason's l'.hu k Writing Ink, Sardines.
Fish Hooks, Matches, Brooms, Bucket.*,
I Washboards. Corn. G. D. Caps,
I Wut? i proof Caps, Toba -co. Padlocks, cte
I All of wilie!: must and will be redd as cheal
; as th<* cheapest. K#pi 2 <i
0 i.*.ii K STOKE:
..> ?\i\i\ bbs. Ll.UE STONE, for sa'
?5.UUU bOW by
aug 30 ZEALYj SCOTT .V BRUNS
LADIES' ?DER GlRllEXTS.
VLAEGE assortment of the above, ju
received, at. low prices,
au? 30 i'E VLY, SCO TT ? BRUNS.
KBBOSEN?' otu '
I'UST received and for sale at $1.5ftpcr
E. H. XOQZSE&OO.,
Pickcns street, one door below Plain.
' CALL AXJ> SEE VUE STO.CK OF
' rmm mrnus i
CONSISTING OS? ."
BUbS. SUGAR -Brown, Crushed, CTlied
.. NORTHERN POTATOES. !
Bhls. NORTHERN ONIONS,
boxes E. D: CHEESE.
COLGATE'S NO. 1 KOAF.
"Kits No. 1 Mackerel.*
Kegs J?aid. M
" butler. T
? Dills. Flour,
" Molasses, at 5'V;. pergal.
" Bourbon Whiskey.
Boxes No. 1 Herrings.
Boxes Sarditn s.
."..eon Spanish and American Sogars.
Boxes Adamantine Candles.
' Kneading Troughs.
B. sos s.,da Crackers.
? . " Wine
. .' Congress '?
.4 Farina "
" Water - "
A dufice selection . >f
T? ?y L's.
WU IS KEY,
ALE A ND
Monongahela, Bourbon and Rve Whiskey.
Loaeock Madeira. (1S12.*)
Byass' Sparkling EdhtbnrgAlc.
French Cordial and Moiut & Chandon's
Champagne. Fonsale at
? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. RV
E. H. MOISE & CO.,
Pickens street, one door below Plain.
E. ll. MOISE & CO.,
l'ickrh* Sim/, ow door below Plain.
PicJceus SiiTett oh* floor below Plain Street,
CIOATE S assorte* SPOOL COTTON.
' HA?1! and TOOTH BRUSHES.
Black ELASTIC CORD.
TOILET COMBS. .
Binen Cami.ric Handkerchiefs.
Genfs Black and Colored Neck Tics.
With a variety of fine Morocco Pocket
Books, ithying Cards, Lead Pencils, Ac.
WHOLESALE ANDRHETAIL, BY
E, H. MOISE & CO.,
Pickens street, one door below Plain.
?himnies and Wicks.
VOR KEROSENE LAMPS.
. By E. ti. >IOl!5E & CO.,
* j'je^?? ?: btrcCi. one dcor htiow Plain.
WE beg to announce to our customers,
that wc. have a large stock of the
above goods, together with a general and
well assorted stock, and aro offering it at aa
low as anv in this city. .. .
Sept 1 3 KEALY, SCOTT & BRUNS.
LAMP CHIMNIES and WICKS. "
An assortment of LAMPS.
Sept 1 3 ZEALY, SCOTT A BRUNS.
AND # .
Zealy, Scott 8c Bruns.
' Sept" 1_S?
WE have now on band a full stock of
thu best brands. OLD POUT,
SHERRY, MADEIRA. CLARET, Hock.?
Haut Sauterne WINKS: Heidsiek Cham?
pagne, &c. ZEALY, SCOTT & BRUNS.
Sept 1 3
ZEALY, SCOTT & BRM
KEEP on band, and with late arrivals by
personal selection, the choicest and
botst assorted stock in the cit v, consisting of:
GROCERIES of all kinds,
Ladies' STRAW HATS,
Cheaper that: Ol?a Heston wholes ale
or ret ail-prices.
Spices of all kinds. ,
Suda, Butter. Reston and (linger
Ess. Jamaica Clinger,
Ground-Cringer. "* A
Mackerel -No. i al 12.1 eeiWs.
Sept 1 3 ZEALY, SCOTT BRUNS.
ST.-1SG0-X. BITTERS. .
. STOMACH " . - ? ?
ST. DOMINGO ';
All low and cheap, for casi;.
Sept 1 3 - ZEALY, SCOTT .V BRUNS.
Russ ! Russ !
HAVE vou over tried his pr?parations?
ST. DOMINGO WINE.
ST. DOMINGO PUNCH.
? (bu Cock Tail. .
Whiskey Cock Tail. t
Ginger Cordial. ,
At ZEALY, SCOTT & BRUNS'.
Sept 1 _j_; 3^_
PICK?ES, MUSTAUD, SU CES,
ALES, CAPIS, CHEESE, ?
BEST ALLS in quarts and pints.
Rest PORTER, in (tuarts and pints.
CHOW-CHOW, and Plain Pickles.
* - " (Moutard.)
Tine Apple Cheese.
English Dairy "
_Scptl 3- ZEALY, SCOTT & BRUNS.
MEN'S BUCK BALMORAL.
Men's LACE'BOOTEES. .
Men's CALF BROGANS. *
" SPLIT BROGANS.
Youths' Buff Balmoral.
Ladies' Buff Buck Slices.
" Kidd Shot s.
?? Cloth Shoes.
" Tip Balmoral Shoes.
" Split Shoes.
Of the best manufieture. *.
Sept 1 r3 ZEALY. SCOT T BRUNS
A LARGE assortment ol (
UMBL?RS, an article much .
ceded. For s?le by
?cpi ? 3 ZEALY, SCOTT A- BR CN