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Barry CornwoU'* Latest ?ocm.
?Should you dream evcr ?" *n0 ?a,ys depart?
ed-.
Of youth and morning no more to return
Forget not me, so fond and passionate
hearted;
Suiet at last, reposing
ndar the meas and fern.
There, where the fretful lake in stormy
weather
Comes circKng'ronnd the reddening church?
yard pines.
Best, and call back tho hours we lost toge?
ther, ,
Talking of hope, and soaring
Beyond poor garth's confiner.
"If, for those heavenly 'dreams too dimly
i sighted,
You became false-why j 'tis a story old;
J, overcome- by pain, and unrequited,
Faded at fast, and slumber
. Under the autumn moid.
Farewell! farewell! No longer plighted
lovers,
Doomed for a day to sigh for sweet return:
One lives, indeed; one heart the green earth
coven-,. *
Quiet at last, reposing
Under the moss and fern.
Canses of Kteft-liaUBidetlncss. .
Th? question lias been much dis?
cussed among anatomists whether the
properties of the right hand, in com?
parison with those of the left, depend
on the course of the arteries to it. It
is affirmed that the trunk of the artery
going to the right arm passes off from
the heart, so as to admit the brood
directly and more forcibly into the
small vessels bf the arm.
This is assigning a cause which is
unequal to the effect, and presenting
altogether too confined a view of the
subject; it is a participation in the
common error of seeking in the4 me?
chanism the cause of phenomena
which have a deeper source.
For the convenience of Ufe, and to
make us_prompt and dextrous, it is'
.pretty evident there should be no hesi?
tation which hand is to be used, or
which foot is to be put forward; nor
is there in fact any such indecision.
Is this taught? or, nave we this readi?
ness given to us by nature? It must
be observed, at the same time, that
there is a distinction hi the whole
right side of the body, and that the
left side is not the weaker in regard
only to muscular strength, but also in
its vital or constitutional properties.
The development of the organs of ac?
tion and motion is greatest upon the
right side, as may at any time be as?
certained by measurement, or the tes?
timony of the tailor, or shoemaker;
-certainly this superiority may be said
to results rom the more frequent exer?
tion of the right hand; but the pecu?
liarity extends to the constitution also,
and diseases attack the left extremities
more frequently than the right.
In opera dancers, we may see that
the most difficult feats are performed
by the right foot. But their prepara?
tory exercises better evince the natu?
ral weakness of the left limb, in order
to avoid awkwardness in the publie
exhibition; for if these exercises be
neglected, an ungraceful performance
will be.given to the right side. In
walking behind a person, it is very
seldom that we see an equalized mo?
tion of the body; and if we look to the
left foot, we sholl find that the tread
is not so firm upon it, that the toe is
not so much turned out as in the right,
and that a greater push is made with
. it. From the peculiar form of woman
and the elasticity of her step, result?
ing more from the motion of the ankle
than of the haunches, the defect of the
left foot, when it exists, is more appa?
rent in her gait. No boy hops upon
his left foot unless he be left-handed.
The horseman puts his left foot in tho
stirrup, and springs from the right.
We think we may conclude thejfc,
everything being adapted in the con?
veniences of life to the left hand-as
for example, the direction of the worm
screw or of the cutting end of the
auger-it is not arbitrary, but is re?
lated to a natural endowment of the
body. He who is left-handed is most
sensible to the advantages of this
adaption from the opening of a pen?
knife. . On the whole,- the preferences
of the right hand ls not the effect of
habit, but is a natural provision, and
is bestowed fer a very obvious pur?
pose, and the property does not de?
pend on ^ the peculiar distribution of
the arteries of the arm, but the pre?
ference is jjiven to the right foot as
well as to the right hand.
RKMAMLAB??E STOUT-A MARRIAGE
FKCSTBATED.-A young lady in Chica?
go was betrothed at the beginning of
the war to a lieutenant in the army.
He was killed in battle, and his body
taken home and buried by Ins nearest
friend and comrade, ?-ho was with him
when he fell. 'To this yoting man the
lady's affections were transferred in
time, and sh? engaged to marry him.
On the day when they were to be
united, and while the clergyman was
about to join their hands, the lady sud?
denly .fainted. Oa recovering, bhe
said she had seen the spirit of her
loner, who had. forbidden tho marri?
age.' Cut of deference-to tho -wishes
of the deceased gentleman, the nup?
tials were indefinitely postponed, and
the heroine has. just entered a con
vent.-[?]
A, monument to the memory of Mrs.
Surratt is to be erected, with her last
words-"I am innocent, but God's
will be done"-inscribed theseon.
Charleston Advertisements.
THEI?RTITI^
AB native Carolinians, the publishers will
X3? naturally look to the interests of their
own State and to that of the South; and as
citizens of the United States, thoy will not
be wanting in. the proper Amount of devo?
tion and "respect for the General Govern?
ment. Every effort, ?hall be made to make
the DAILY NEWS a first-class newspaper,
and in every way worthy of thc patronage
of the public.
Oar terms for the present will be at the
rate of ten dollars per annum. Subscrip?
tions received for three, six and twelve
months, savable in advance.
Postmasters and others throughout tho
country, who may interest themselves in
procuring subscriptions, will be allowed the
usual per centage.
CATHCART, McMILLAN A MORTON,
Proprietors, No. 18 Htt#e street,
aug 30 fir_Charleston 8. C.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
AND
COM. MERCHANTS,
12G and 128 Meeting Street, '
CHARLESTON, S? C.
F. A. WILCOXSON, Agant,
Orangehnrg, S. C.
EDMUND A. SOUDER A CO.,
Philadelphia, Penn.
LIVINGSTON, FOX A CO., Agents,
9 New York.
ts- LD3ER AL ADVANCES made on CON
SIGNMENTS._Aug 15 2mo* .
FIRE km mmm
Insurance Agency 1
TUPPEK & LANE
168 MEETING ST., CHARLESTONS. C.,
REPRESENT the following, first-class
companies:
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COM?
PANY, OF NEW YORK.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
NEW YORK.
PHOENIX FIRE INSURANCE COMT'NY,
OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY,
I OF NEW YORK. .
International Insurance Company, of New
York.
North American Insurance Company, of
New York.
With aggregate cash .capital of over
$9,000,000.
Fire, Morinc and Inland Risks taken on
reasonable terms, and losses promptlv set?
tled. * .
S. Y. TUPPER. A. A. .LANE.
For particulars, applv to
ZEALY, SCOTT A BRUNS,
Aug 14 26_Assembly street.
' J. H. BAOOETT S CO.,
Factors ?nd Ctmmiuion Merchants'
ALGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
. . CHARLESTON, S. C.
SELL in thjs Market, or ship to Now'York
or Liverpool, both Long and Short Sta?
ple COTTON. Liberal advances on ship?
ments, and returns made in gold or trea?
sury notes, as instructed.
J. H. BAGGETT. E. M. SPEIGHTS.
Aug 3 26_^
O. XL Chichester.
RE Al> ESTATE BROKER,
18 RHO AV STREET, CHARLESTON.
AGENT for the purchase and sale of
REAL ESTATE in any of tho Southern
States.
ALSO,
For tho REPAIRING, RENTING, Ac, of
city propertv.
Owners of property in Charleston, un?
avoidably detained in the up country, can
?lave their property taken care of and
promptly attended to by sending to above
a Power of Attorney, to assume control of
the same, until.the owner's roturn. Infor?
mation as to the condition of property in
{ured by shells, and otherwise, with proba?
te expense of repairing, sent?n application
?S~ Wanted to purchase, for parties
seeking investment or Real Estate, in South
Carolina, several PLANTATIONS, in work,
inc order, in the upper portion of tho State.
. Aug 8 26
Willis & ?his?lnn7
Factors, Commission Merchants,
AND SHIPPING AGENTS.
OFFICE, MILLS HOISF.,
CHARLESTON* 8. C. *
WILL attend to tho purchase, sale and
slnpineaf (to foreign and domestic
PO1*?) ?'r^'?T0N' BICE, LUMBER,
NAVAL SrORES;to the collection of Drafts,
Purchase and Sale of all 8e?iritic?. Con?
signments of Vessels solicited? .
" . _ . KEFEIIS TO: %
Messrs. John Fraser A Co., Charleston,
Messrs. Geo. W. Williams A Co. '**
Messrs. George A. Hopley A Co ' "
Messrs. Clark, Dodge A Co., New York
Messrs. Murray A Nephew " " "
p Messrs. E. W. Clark A Co., Philadelphia,
Messrs. Pendergast, Fenwick A Co. Bal
timore, Md. ^
Messrs. Samuel Harris A Sons, Baltimore
Md- ? Aug 8 26
2b tlie Editor of ?ie pfifaiix-SIB: We ro
gret to ito tice, in your issuo.of Tuesday
Inst, tho declination bf Mr. John Caldwell
to serve as a candidato for the Convention.
Believing his services to be important to tho
State, were-nominate*himifor that situation,
feeling assured that, if elected*, ho cannot
and will not refuse to serve.
Sept 1 3? * MANY VOTERS.
- -:-1
THE following gentlemen Are respectfully
suggested as candidates for the Convention
to be held in September next v
*WADE HAMPTON,
A. R. TAYLOR,
W. A. HARRIS,
_ J. G. GIBBES. - July 31 ?
In view of thc importance of the approach?
ing Convention, it if of vital consequence
to us that we should fce represented by men,
not only of patriotism and ej-Bcrienco, but
of legal acquirements. I beg^hcroforc, to
present to the voters of Richland thc names
of thc following gentlemen, who are emi?
nently fitted for the responsible post fur
which they are nominated:
CHANCELLOR CARROL,
HON. WM. F. DESAUSSURE,
COL. WM. WALLACE,
COL. F.'W. MCMASTER. Ang s
For the Convention.
The friends of the Union and of their
State, desiring to hiing into her councils
practical knowledge, sound patriotism and
devotion to her bust interests, respectfully
nominate the following gentlemen as delc
Sates to. tho State Convention from tho
.istrict of Richland:
JOHN CALDWELL,
WADB HAMPTON,
A. R. TAYLOR,
W. A. HARRIS. Angust?*
DAVIDSON COLLEGE
CHA EEO TTE, A". C.
THE exercises of the College, and of tim
Preparatory Depart aient connected
with it. will be resumed on the 2Sth of SEP?
TEMBER. .
As a measure necessary to the support of
tim Institution iu the existing derangement
of J'V? finances, the Board of Trustees have
suspended, for twelve months, tho privilege
of using Scholarships in the payment of
tuition.
Tuition ?20 for the session of five months,
and Board flO per month-payable in ad?
vance, in specie, or its equivalent in curren?
cy or provisions.
* It is desirable that Students should bring
with them Huch books as they may require:
also such articles of 'furniture for their
rooms as they may bc able, to transport.
For other particulars address the subscri?
ber, to tho care (for tho present) of Dr. E.
Nyo Hutchison, Charlotte.
J. L. KDtKr.VTRICK,
Aug 22 Imo President.
United States of America,
COLUMBIA, S. C., ArorsT :?(?, 18C3.
PURSUANT to thc directions of thc pro?
clamation of Governor]); F. Perry, tin;
Managers of Election for .members of the
Convention, in Bichland District, will hold
an election for FOUR MEMBERS for said
District, on MONDAY, tho 4th day of Sep?
tember next.
All persons who were eligible to vote be
j fore tho passage of the Ordinance of Suces?
i?n of South Carolina, and who have taken
tho "Amnesty Oath," as presc.rib<:d*by the
proclamation of President Johnson, of 29th
I Mav, 1865, can vote-nono others can vote.
The Columbia polls will bo opened as f?l
? lows: East PoR at Richard Caldwell's store;
I West Poll at Dr. Geiger's office.
JAMES C. .TANNEY, .
ang 31 Chairman Board Managers.
THE CHRlS?IA?l?L
BY the FIRST OF OCTOBER, or as soon
as tho mails are re-established, I will
renew the publication oi the "CHRISTIAN
INDEX" and tho "CHILD'S INDEX" I have
been publishing.
Price of "Index," per annnra.$3 00
Price of "Child's ?ndex," " . 50
(A deduction made for Clubs.)
Money may be remitted at once, as my
determination is positiva. My desire is to
secure a large subscription list with which
to begin, and I issue this prospectus that
subscribers may have time to forward their
remittances.
It is my intention to issue first class
papers, and no pains or expense will bo
spared to secure that end. Thc best writers
and correspondents will bi! secured, and
the highest religious and literary talent will
be given to the papers. The CHILD'S
PAPER w?l be profusely illustrated and
will, ia every sense, bc made to conform to
its new title",
THE CHILD'S DEIiIGHTf
Money mav bb sent by Express or other?
wise-if bv Express, at my risk, if the Ex
pres%rece?pt is sent nie, on thc resumption
of mail facilities.
My connection with tho firm of J. W.
Burke k Co., is dissolved, but I will esta?
blish an office in Macon, Georgie, where
communications may l>e addressed.
Aug 5 Imo SAMUEL BP VEIN.
Office Gen. Sup. W. and M. ?. E.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., Ano. 2f, 1805,
CHANGE OE SCHEDE LE.
ON and after SUNDAY, 27th, daily trains
wijl run over the Wilmington and Man?
chester Railroad, between Kingsville and
Wilmington, HS follow?:
Leave Kingsville daiiy at.7.35 p, m.
" \Vihmngton " at.6.00 a. m.
Arrivs Kingsville " at.1.25 a. m.
" Wilmington" at.3.05 p. ni.
There is dailv communication North by
rail from Wilmington, and semi-weekly by
steamer. These trains connect with trahis?
on the North-eastern Railroad, Cheraw and
Darlington Railroad and Wilmington am:
Weldon Railroad. There is a line of'staget
between Sumter and ('aniden connecting
with these trains.
HENRY M. DRANK, '
au? 2S IS General Superintendant.
CHARLESTON TO NEW YORK,
ATLANTIC COAST
Mail Line!
THE new first
class steamar MO?
NERA, Charles P
M ara hm-:i, Coot 7
mander. -
Steamer CAM
BRIDGE, J.W.
Balch, Commander,
Will leay? Charleston. S. Cm direct for
New York, alternately, THURSDAYS ?ach
week. "
For freight or passage-haring bandsone
State Room accommodations-apply to
F. A. WILCOX8ON, Agent, 1
* Orangebarg, S. O.
ARCHIBALD GETTY A CO.,
12G ami 128 Meeting st., Charleston, S. C.
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., Agents,
Aug 15 2mo - N?V York.
Headq'rs Dep't of South Carolina,
HILTON HEAD, 8. C., JULY 20,1865.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 9.
rr is announced, for tho information and
government of this command, that BEN?
JAMIN F. PERRY, of South Carolina, has
been appointed, by the President, Provi?
sional Governor of tho State of South Caro?
lina, with authority and instructions, "at
tho earliest practicable period, to proscribe
sach rule and regulations as may DC neces?
sary and proper for co evening a Convention,
composed of delegates to be chosen by that
?xiv ti on of tho people ot said Statu who ara
oyal to the United States, and no others,
for the purpose of altering or amending the
Constitution thereof; and with authority to
exercise, within the limits of said Stato, all
thc powers necessary and proper to enable
such loyal people of tho State of South Ca?
rolina to restore said State to its constitu?
tional relations to the Federal GcTernment,
and to cresent sue h a Repubbcan form of
State Government as will entitle the State
to the guarantee of the United States there?
for, and its 'people ta protection by tho
United- States against invasion, insurrection
and domestic violence; prov ide A, that in
any election that may hereafter be held for
choosing dclogatfes to any Stato Convention
as aforesaid, no person snail be qualified as
an elector, or shall be eligible as a irngsnber
(ff such Convention, unless* bo- shall have
previously taken and subscribed the oath of
amnesty, as set forth in the President's
proclamation of May 29, A. D. 1865, and is
a voter qualified as prescribed by the Con?
stitution and laws of the State of South
Carolina in force . immediately bef?se the
?seventeenth (17th) day of November, A. D.
18(10, the date of. the so-called -Ordinance of
Secession: and the said Convention, when
convened, or the Legislature that nufy be
thereafter assembled, will prescribe the
qualification of electors, and the eligibility
of persons to hold office* under the Consti?
tution and laws of the State, a power the
fcopie of tho several States composing tho
'ederal Union have rightfully exercised
from the origin of the Government to the
present time."
It is, therefore, ordered, that all officers
and other persons in the United States
military service, within tho State of South
Carolina, aid and assist Governor Perry in
carrying into effect the foregoing instruc?
tions, and they are enjoined to abstain
from, in any way, hindering,' impeding or
discouraging the loyal people of the State
from' the organization of a State Govern?
ment, as herciuabovc authorized and di?
rected.
All orders and instructions now in opera?
tion throughout this Department, whctBsr
enan nating from these headquarters, or from
Headquarters Department of tho South,
that are not inconsistent with the forogoing
distinctly specified provisions of this order,
will continue in force as heretofore, through?
out the State of South Carolina.
Every needful facility for taking the am?
nesty oath will be afforded by the military
authorities, on forms heretofore supplied
for that puni?se.
Hereafter Provost Marshals and Assistant
Provost Marshals will constitute the only
military officers entitled to administer the
amnesty oath-, a certified copy of which
will, hi all ca SSH, be furnished to thc indi?
vidual taking it. The original oaths wUl be
transmitted, scnii-moflthly, by the officer,
administering thc same, to the Provost
Marshal General at these Headquarters, by
whom they will be recorded in a book kept
for that purpose, and then forwarded to the
Secretary of State.
Parsons applying for Executive clemency
will send their petition (with a certifico?
copy of tlie Amnesty Oath attached,) to th?
President, through tho Provisional Gover?
nor at Greenville, South Carolina,
Bv command of
' Maj. Cen. Q. A. GILLMOEE.
- Official: W: L. M. BUKOER, A. A. G.
Aug IC ._
FENNER, BENNETT & BOWMAN,
(Suc'sore to Hotchkiss, ?Fenner & Bennett,)
COM. MERCHANTS,
, 40 VESSEY STREET, NEW YORK,
AND
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
THOR. FENNER, II. RENNETT, D. W. BOWMAN.
MB. T, A. TORIN, who was for a length
of nine connected with the old firm ol
Hotchkiss, Fenner A' Bennett, has an inter?
est in thc. present linn, and will devote hie
attention principally to the Stato of Soutlj
Carolina. His ??duress will be Clinton
Laurens District. Aug 4 Imo
XV. B. JOHNSTON,
Office on Piclcens sti-ect East end of Lady
"VT7MLL attend tb all official bushiest
VV brought before him; will also attcn(
to drawing up Deeds, Conveyances, Mort
gages, Contracts, and other ordinary leg?
instruments of writing. Fair copies "of an;
document executed with neatness and de
pnaieb. August 1
By the Pro-visional Ctovtnior or tile
State oT South Carolin,.
A PROCLAMATION
WHERSAS His ExceUeqcy President
Johnson has itsuubd his proclama?
tion, appointing nie (Run j antin F. Perry)
Provisional Governor in and tor the State of
South Carolina, with power to prescribe
suck rules a/id regulations as may oe nec?s
sary und proper for convening a Convention
of thu State, composed of delegates to be
chosen by that portion of the people of Haid '
?tate who are loyal to tho United States, '
for the purpose of altering or amending the
Constitution thereof; and with authority to
exorcisa within tho limits of the State aU
the powers necessary and proper to enable
such loyal people to restore said State to its
constitutional relations to the Federal Gov?
ernment, and to present such a Republican
form of State Government as will entitle the
State te the guarantee of the United States
therefor, and ita people tu protection by tho
United estates against invasion, insurrection
and domestic violence. , .
Mow, therefore, in obedience to th? pro?
clamation of bia Excellency Andeew John?
son, President of thu United States, I,
BENJAMIN P. PERRY, Provisional Gover?
nor of the State of Mouth Carolina, for the
purpose of organizing a Provisional Gov?
ernment in South Carolina, reforming the
State Constitution and restoring civu au?
thority in said State under the Constitution
and laws of the United States, do hereby
proclaim and declare that all civil officer? in
South Carolina, who were in office when the
Civil Government of ?thu State was suspend?
ed, in May last, (except thos? arrested or
under prosecution 'for treason,) shall, on
taking the-oath of allegiance prescribed in
tho I resident's Amnesty Proclamation of
the 29th day of May, 1865, resumo tho
duties of their offiocs and continue to dis?
charge them under the Provisional Govern?
ment till further appointments arc made.
And I do further proclaim, declare and
make known, that it is tte duty of all loyal
citizens of thc State of S.utb" Carolina to
promptly go forward and take the oath of
allegiance to the United States,Before sonia
magistrate or military officer of thc Federal
Government, who may be qr.alitiod for ad- .
ministering oaths; and such aro hereby
authorized to give certified copies thereof
to th? persons respectively by whom tfiey
were made. And such magistrates or
officers are hereby required to transmit tho
originals of such oaths, at-as early a day as
may be convenient, to the Department of
State, in tho city of Washington, D. C.
And 1 do lui tber prooiaiiii"uoelaro and
make known, that tho Managers of Elec?
tions throughout the State of South Caruli?
nia will hold an election for membess of JU
relate Convention,-at* their respective pre?
cinct?, on the FIRST MON DA ? EN SEP?
TEMBER NEXT, according to the laws of
South Carolina in force before the sceessjwu
of tho State; and that each Election Dis?
trict in the State shall elect as many mem?
bers of the Reinvention as the. said District
has members of the House of licpiesenta
tives-the bania of representation being
.population and taxation. Tins will give
one hundred and twenty-four members to
the Convention-a number liUfficiently large
to represent everv portion of the State moat
fully. . ?
Evory loyal citizen who has taken the
Amnewty oath and not within the excepted
classes in tho President's Proclamation,
Wril bo entitled to vote, provided he was a
legal veter unde* the Constitution as it
?tood prior to the secession of South Caro?
lina. And all who are within the excepted,
classes mu?t take the on th and apply for a
H?ardon, in order to- entitle. them to vote or
lecomc members oj tho Convention.
Tb? members of the Convention thus
elected on the first Monday in September #
nest, are herebv required to" convene in th?
city of Columbia, on WEDNESDAY,the 13th
day of September, 1865, ior the purpose of
altering and amending the present Consti?
tution of South Carolina, or remodelling
and making a new one, which wiU conform
to the great changes which have taken
place in the State, and bu more in accord?
ance with Republican principles and eqUah,
ty of representation.
And I do further proclaim and make
known, that the Constitution nnd nil laws of
force in South Carolina prior to the seces?
sion of tho State, arc hereby made of force
under the Provisional Government, except
wherein they may conflict with the provi?
sions of this proclamation. And the Judges
and Chancellors of the State arc hereby
required to exercise all, tho powers and*per
form all the duties which appertain to their
respective offices, and especially in criminal
cases, lt will be expected of the Federal
military authorities now'in South Carolina,
to lend their authority to the civil officers
of the Provisional Government, for the pur?
pose of enforcing thc laws and preserving
tho peace and good order of the State. .?
And I do further command ami enjoin alli
good and lawful citizens of the State to
unite in enforcing the laws and bringing to.
justice all disorderly persons, all plunder?
ers, robbers and marauders, all vagrant**
and idle, persons who arc wandering about
without employment or any visible means
of supporting themselves.
It is also expected that all former owners
of freed peisons will bo kind to them, and
not turn off the children or aged to perish;
and the fjecd men anti women aro earnestly
enjoined*o make contracts, just and fair,
for remaining with their former owner. *
In order to facilitate as much as possible
tho application for pardons under the ex-*
ceptod sections of* the President's Amnesty
Pr<iclamatieu. it is stated for information,
that all applications must be by petition,
?tating the exception, and accompanied
with tho oath prescribed. This petition
mutt be first approved by the Provisional
Governor, and then forwarded to the Presi?
dent. The headquarters of the Provisional
Governor will be at Green ville, where all
?communications to him must bo addressed.
Th* newspapers of this State will publish
thia proclamation till the election fyr mem?
bers of the Convention.
Iii testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and seal. Done at the
[h. s.) town of Greenville, this 20th day ot"
July, in the year of our Bord, K65,
and of the independence of thu
United State? the ninetieth.
. B. F. PERRY.
By the Provisional Governor:
WILLIAM H. PERRY, Private Secretary..
Jiflyac .

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