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VOLUME II....N0. 133.]
CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866.
[PRICE FIVE CENTS.
BY TELEGEAPH.
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Arrival of tie Steams-laps City of London
and New York.
Arrl-reil of the C, S. Steamer Slionnn?Ko&2s.
EARL RUSSELL PRIME ME jfPEli. '
vtytrox ?JBVAtfO&n i-i?. it: l-:.
ClXi SPBENOS DlfJCOViSiiED IN ENGLAJSS
TROOPS OltDKUJUli TO TEXAS.
MOBILE COTTOX MARKET.
Late Englirtli ?S'oCT?.
g Nkw ?ohe, November 20.?The steamship Cuj, i'
lim and steamship Aine rerfc, vidi (bites of the 5th.
from ^neenstown, hive arrived.
Tj.e Confederate steamship Shf tutndoah lias arrived io
she Mersey, and. was delivered over to the naval author
ities: Capt. ffABMLL, of the Shirtrtndoak, state* tliat the
Srst information he recolv 1 of the closing of the war,
MAB on the 30th of AogUit.
The London Star ?tat-?- 'hat if thi American Govern
fitent should claim the .';hr.:;.ir.-lhi'-, tliere weald be no
reason for refusing the rennest.
Earl Russell ha;, been appoiattnl Premier, and T.ord
Claukkdox Minister of J''ore:g:i Affairs.
LTVEUTUOI. COTTON MAUE'.T.
Lxvsxsool, Noveiiber 3. Horning.? The Cotton
hot Is flat and very L-regular. although thore is no ?uo
table decline in American descriptions; other kinds gen
erally from ? to >i(L low>r.
Sa'.es for the last, two days luve amounted to eight
xhousaad balsa? tWC thcinsrel to speculators and cx
.porters.
LATEST.
LrvxapoOL, Nov?anber 9, Evening.? Tho sales of Cot
ton for tho last ten days amounted to 25,000 bales, the
market being firmer, and with an advance of to Jid.
Breadstuff's unsettled. Provisions firm, with an up
^aid tendency. Eacon very duR. Lard irregular. Navai
Stores dull and little detr.asa. *
Lennox, Novemoer ?.?C::asob. closed at tK>;J : r>-2C's
st C3K to to.
The Shippiiig Qasttte saya that oil springs have be
discovered in England.
Troojts Oa-den ii io Texas.
WASHrsoTOM, Nov. 20.?All the reguLir United Statos
Cavalry, excepting tho HXh regimott Pennsylvania
Troop*, have boon ordered to Sun Antonio.
Kol tic Cotton Market.
?' THE JAMAICA INSURRECTION.
(iferanf Ray\0ct. 30! Ccrr. Jamaica Standard-]
As a mark that the rebellion ia St. Thomas in the East
is crushed ont. I have to mention that the laborers in
She river district, as well as those upon Coloy and Hall
Head cstatos, have turned out actively to work. There
can be no doubt that the salutary examples which have
ocen made of hundreds of these rebellious negroes,
have driven terror into the minds of tho many who are
left alive, and forced them to return to their usual avo
cations. The estates are being viaitod for the purpose
of identifying those who had been onmiged in this
bloody massacre, so that it is not unlikely that even
among those who have turned out to work, thero may
be found many oi tho rebel negroes. .
Tho Court-Martial, presided over by Lieutenant and
Commander Brard, resumed its sittings on Saturday at
about three o'clock. Eleven rebels were tried and con
demned ; among these were two womon who took con
siderable share in the insurrection. They mere executed
Out sane evening at about 5.', o'clock. Several were catted
and released. One, a notorious villain, after receiving
one hundred last es without a murmur, was set at liber
ty. On his way he met a mac to whom he administered
as oath thnt ho would tako up arms and join him against
the authorities. He forced this man to accompany him,
and whale pursaing their Journey onwards two loyal
subjects appeared. The man whom he had made to
swear aUegiauce to, called upon them in the Queen's
name to taue him into custody. This was imme>liately
done, and the roae-1 of oue hundred hushes was safe'.y rc
wnducted here. He is now awaiting his trial. Bis
chance of escape is little.
Many such cnanctflrs ha -e bcr-n catted and released,
and tho instance 1 have Just recorded may be takeu as n
fair example ot tho character of some of these rcbols,
aad of wliat we might oven now receive here at thulr
banda if we won not protected by the troops. The ques
tion Is aafcad lio:e by men ami women "Ls there. :io place
to which these xeOuid who have boon catted, oui? be
tr-nsportodV" It is indeed hf-art-rendiug to see the state
Of alarm in Whioh the peaceable and loyal subjects of
Moraut Bay are (especially the respectable ladies;, caus
ed by the very thought that seme of these released re
be^ iiave it jot in their power to do secret injury. The
authorities Jure are uot to blame. Can you :iU the King
ston Pcnitcutii.ry to overflowing? Where would you
put eight hundred or a thousand rebels'? Then the only
alternative is to scour their backs well and let them go,
in the hope that the severe castigations which they re
ceive (to quote from the worthy Provost Marshal) "will
be a caution to them.." aud will make them "wiser aud
bettor men."
On Suunay, at ibout 2 P. M., the Wolverine came off
the port, h.wit.g in tow the schooner Oracle, reported to
have been ? is-.-d at Port Antonio, with General Lemothe
aud others, a.,.l a cargo of gunpowder onboard. After
waiting a short time she steamed off for Kingston. At
about the suuie time the Lily made her appearance off
the port, tuidui American schooner, apparently bound
for the soutu Bide ui the island, being in sight, xhe pro
cooded in t.n.it direction, it was thought, for tho purpose
of ovcrba?.m>; her, a report lx-ing current here that u
largo cargo o, arms and ammunition was expected to
tu.ve hit .nu* iork for Kingston during the present
mouth, in lurtnecanoe of the mammoth insurrection
that was iixe.it m Kingston- tor Becoinber 20. I have
heard notttuv of nor since.
The oui. i-Martial, presided over by Lieutenant and
Commander lit and, met at 12 o'clock to-day (Monday).
Sixteen of Ulu rebels were condemned to death, aud one
to bo flogg u?uue Hundred htohos. Late ii: the evening
twelve why imaged. Among them is the notorious
Cowell, o. ? nuui i wrotn in my last dispatch, 'i his fol
low protends to Ile a Baptist parson, and often officiated
ia Paul i..\... chapel at Stony Cut lie was in an ox
tromely euu tated condition, and could hardly sup
port himse.f. Ho called upon the people t:> takowaru
iDR bv lit....
TAers ia sm continua! sa ne of hanging day 6?/ day, and
it bGCOhii - ni mer for coiismeraliou, whether tho
burial oi s i nuny people, packed as 1 heard a Blue
Jacket na... -anliues," in the town, is not likely to
produce ouii u .nom epidemic here?already the e?lu
vluni m .. ti.ii lies commence to taint the atmos
phere i ..s , particularly, disagroablo effluvia
arising I ivtts in which these dead bodies ure
interred kd di ? entire town, and it was not with
OUtditU ii o v could avoid getting nauseated.
Thin oug.t. i ? ,.,.>ued alter, it ia a matter of vital im
portai! c.
Tniiiou>..Y, utober 31. 7:10 o'clock.?We have "ua.l a
narrow i . .col iiuing buried iu the bowels of thoearth.
Evidently : ui pouriiig out bis displeasure npon the
Und. V- : ivoj. nt been visited uy an unusually oovcro
shock o: . '...t|,uMu. The iiiiilul..uoiiH were from north
to sort:.. i l.a-iutl between five and six seconds.' The
house i .1 was thook like . ii aspen leaf, as if at
each Mb.? . would be torn from :ts foundation. The
vory gi-- . ,,n ite ground rolled t igether, aa if clinging
to ojch ii a i u- pioteution. I do aot remember having
folt so 4. v. u suottk.
It may r>ot be altogether nnintcrostiufi to your readers i
to know that sllgbtlyovrr Mie thouiana ur?\ fifty robels j
ham K-en hanged m shot iu tho Parish vi fc>t. iuuu.? * I
tu tin* Ea^t up to ?if -. and it te not at all mdf?ery tha! i
ere tho different courts-mj-rtial close ti'.vi: siturijs, Ultra ;
will bt far ovor two thouaand who w?l Lave paid thn i
uaity of their v?v attempt to isctenaioats tht* ?'hit; and
cr.?cr?d races of this island, it Is uow a .;; ; rtt :- ;o Uiro;
o'clock, and licury Bogle, the son of Iho ialc Moses Bo
gle, together with his mother. Mr - ;;o/... hnvj
juat been brought iu. Tis young rebel .- severely
wounded that lie iiaii to ride, his fc<t being placdit: j
hamper.-. No doubt those two notorious, isuurnxtiotii?m I
will meet tho same doom that has ushered raid Uog}?ij
into another world. At si:: o'clock tins morning. the iil- !
teen doomed to death were executed a: the usrod place. I
The rebel prfcsmersare not keirt idh?t?.-.?r servi >- a: .
turned to account. They arc engaged ":; cutting lie.v.n |
the renl: vegetation round and about the tawo? '* ? at ;
Headquarters, the Vidauteers' ipisrtvr* (Belle ' 'i :. ti-i j
Police S'.:i?:m::, ;oj<1 other gtaws whegjhi . t
'Mie "tt-.v BXitthrtor to Mexico,
The following speech of General Jo;-::( A. L..-;.*.:'. : j
ccntly appointed Minister to the Keprtbiii of Ksxi >, '.\ V.l ;
be read with a great dealnf interest, n* giving send?!
offtcialiy tho views of the Government concerning tho
Mexican question :
j
My friend, General Kilpatrick, said somotiilng ::i ; !
erenoe to Mexico and foreign intervention, it is a j
question that wo can very easily decide for oursslrrs. I
So tar as I am concerned, I believe that Maximilian tu '
holding Mexico to-day is r art aud parcel of'.he relielllot; '
agaiust the Government, (Cheers.; When the rebellion
was first organized there was no thought of Maximilian
entering Mexico. France-did not dream of setting her
foot upon the soil of North America or any where tdse.
But when it assumed the proportion'' which it did?
when Napoleon looked across the briny deep and saw the j
(Treat struggle going.on in this country?boll*gving that
we c*uld not succeed, euvying the pcaoe and prosperity
of this great people; having, with some of his neighbors
the strongest objections to our !"r:n of government, and
desiring that it should sever and crumble aud tail, as
they have so often said we an- not cspRblu nf self
government, he first conceived the idea of taking pos
session of Mexico, if we had biled it would lmvo proved
their words true, and the world would have been rolled
back a thousand years in its advancement iu civiliza
tion and human liberty. Seeing tiii=, and knowing t-ii-?,
thoy seized the opportunity mid planted themselves on
this soil, so that they wight be the first to rvcognize the
Southcm (Confederacy, and they expected to be the first
to rvoguize tbc:.i if they both succeeded agaiust the
Government ot the United states, nut they came a
little too late. (Cheers nud laugh t- r. : The bottom went
out of the rebellion sooner than they thought it would,
and Mkxintilian saw himself standing there alone?
! ;he?rs aud blighter)?and tho old American eagle look
ing across with a keen eye at him nnd saying, "Mar.i
milian, yon muet tremble in that state ol yours, for iioi
long shall you remain there. " (Tremendous bpplsusc.)
That was a part nf the rebellion ; it's a part of it to-day. i
and the Government of the United States has only to
say to Maximilian. "Sir, you must pack up ysur duds
and travel." (Laughter, ending iu another tremen
dous outburst of cheering.) The Government
has not suppressed the rebellion until it doe?
this. ("That's so.") I, for oue, don't propose to
give that State to Maximilian; I, for one. am in favor of
our Government saying to him, "You were induced
by this rebellion to take possession of that country and
to attempt ;> establish yourself there; 1 will not permit
you to stay there; you must get onto; that country and
leavo it to its people.'*' (Chcenkj I um-ia favor of this
b^?nijiwii/s-WN 1 hecfihst-rku next Congress, when as
sembled, will at leant have thp courage, by a resolution,
to say to the I'rejidon: of the United States, and to the
country, thai Maximilian cannot remain there any
longe- And when the United States of America notify
him to leave you will say, "Little gentleman, get up and
dust." (Loud laughter aud cheering.) This is a duty
that I believe our government owes to us, that it ought
to portorui. und the sooner it is pcrformyd the sooner,
in my judgment, will the rebellion be at an end. And
not only with reference to Maximilian, not only would I
Introduira loave ttds continent,, hiif. Iwonld ssyto all j
buiy Want! to go to war with us now. (Laughter.)
We have certainly won the respect of oursolves, aiid my
impression is we have won the respect of all the Powers
ot all tho earth besides. The way to settle these ques
tions upon a just and proper basis is to make just aud
proper demands ; to stand orect before tb*? world, and
demand our rights and submit to no wrongs. ("Good."
"That's the talk." and cheers.) This we ought to do;
this we must do. Unless wo do so. the United States of
America will certainly full in their estimation, and lu
that of all the other Powers upon earth. We are not the
poople who desire to see ourselves placed before the
world in such a light as it seems to me a failure in ma
king these demands would place us.
These are words spoken freely in the heal of a political
address, but they are consistent, aud embody the ex
pression of a deep conviction.
General Logan is a man of genial manners, thorough
ly gentlemanly though not highly polished, of sound
judgment, good temper, courage, decision, and resi oct
for law and superior authority. He is eminently the
man forthe place, und Mexico the place for the man.
Gf.>\ Joseph E. Johnston in New Yona.?The New
York papers announce the arrivai, in that city, ol Gen
eral Joseph E. Johnston, on the 13th last. The Herald
says of him :
This is the- first visit which this military personage
has made to New York since the termination of hostili
ties aud his resumption of tho more peaceful avocations
of civil Hies. Wo understand his present visit is in connec
tion with the new National Express Company, of which
he has recently becu elected President
Since bis arrival here his leisure moments bave been
bosteged by numerous applications fur an interview with
him?proceeding from Southern sojourncra as well as
rosidonN of this city.
During an interview yesterday between a citizen of j
fieorgia and the General, tho question of reunion or.
submission arose, iu tho course of which the General
Haid "they had submitted with no Ill-feeling towards the
North;" ami further, "Unit they were compelled to <!o
it." He said It had been lrequently intimated at the
North that the people ol the South were still of the opin
ion that their allegiance was due first to their own State.
"This," he said "is not the case. That question is set
tled. The people throughout the entire South regarded
themselves us citizens of the United states. Yet I have
no doubt," ho remarked, "but there are some bitter
men still in the South, who oppose the idea of reunion.
What country is there where the Government has not
its eueinies ? Dut the people buve accepted without the
slightest dissent. I have seuu uo dissatisfaction on the
subject."
Speaking on the question of slavery he said, very
warmly: "But for that institution, Virginia would have
been a'richcr State than New York to-day."
The Southern gentleman above alluded to remarked to
tho General, in relation to his ren.oval by Jeff. Davis
from command of tho robid Army of Tennessee, that the
entire South, tho people and press, with the exception
of tho Alabama pre*.-, and those of the Kiehmond go
vernment, took sides with him in the issue: and that in
the slate of Georgia his removal from command Ol tin;
Array of Tennessee at that time was considered the
greatest calamity Which befell the rebel cause, with ties
exception of the death of StuuewsU Juckson and Sidney
Johnston. President Johnson, he said, is a great mar..
Ho had not b/va appreciated in his own section, bnt as
Chief Magistrate of the nation his great abilities and
power were devel"ping.
It was remarked t-> the General that he looked exceed
ingly well.
Yes." he replie:!, smilingly, "I bave n-ver liscn ill,
having a suffictency of fresh air and out-dour rxsrcisu
all my life."
A stKxnsi : was held .-.t Boston, on the Bdfa instant, to
advocate an I anlfiirth the advantages of the Northern
roule for a Pacific Ilailroad. The. meeting was addressed
by ox-Gov. Cvnnv, o" Oregon, and ex-Guv. Foixrk, of
Utah.
Ex-Oovcmor Curry proRcnted many interesting facts
respecting the Columbia and Snake itivors. Twenty-live
thousand tons of insight had already been transported
as far up the Columbia aa it was nsiv.;;aiile. Mo advo
cated Ihn Northern route for a Psei?u Railroad, as the
easiest to be built. Slid I eeause it would open a country
to trade :iii;-.:::,: ini'xbsnsiiblo.
Ex-Governor F iller, of Utah, mado a detailed exposi
tion of the products and wealth of Cftna la, the Western
Slates Hint w.<uld be affected by the proposed roan, tho
riches of tho Pacific .-talcs and ot the Asi die eiuniros, as
arguments for the Northern route. The minerai r?gions
of Idaho, the agriculture < ! Idaho. Washington and Ore
gon, were fully depicted. Tho rapid growth In popula
tion of some or these regions was also noted. Montana,
in lHu'2. had nut a single White man?now it has 110,000.
Mr. Pull? '-.'nve many statistics of the Columbia ltivor,
which be said was larger thau the Danube, ami equal in
size to the Gauges. The mouth of the Columbia wae ol
a size equal to the bay of San Francisco. Its shallowest
part waa thirty-lice f set L- depth, while tho deepest wa
ter in New York harbor is twouty-nino levt.
Ox Boaiui STEAXi&?xxiBAii IIooH^r.. }
Oi-OstiirrowX, i.4?k, November 13, itf65. j
The ::r. rsigned, : 3ofejf"e'is oa Ihe steam sr G?terai
HcaXyr ou '.: fr pi a=c.;:1 .trlj f/or.i Cb iticston to George
town. Utg ' ive te tako Ib&Saetkod of returning ti
Siucjrc acteirwledgmentiuDS Capt. J. F. Lo?.v-, and the
Officers under bi3 c.-ntimaiu:, for their skillful manago
. : :.'. of tits Steamer on -.1% otr.aV.ca of l!;e collision,
which occurrcsi Charit: a<^j, Hsibor thi.; flay; between
Li* vi*; ! f.! ! * r.re.-htp.'C?^// Siran.
a- aidcool 'l^'i'tascct manifeste.-. byOapt.
L:.r. :, HBi'? *-i i ti". :*5feS*?Uinstuucff ill which WO
w.>r* at one ' 'rr : planed, aril ti e dense "fog^j:,-luting at
?ui- . .: -: !!, av.tie-i him to osMt-arm
H._!;as.tHvt ire f:iVc *i<l4,l'-' -" -ivt-., him
to tho ttiiv. [ir^j pnbllc ?$u?^^*i tm? reliable ol?ecr.
?Vi are ful?y ?atUUeu ^-?^^ri?dn^at ?vory exertioc
wr.? ?-ic'l rn the part of C?i&--Loxti Sna!^*fac?rB
prevent a coHi:iij;n. Ev.-t??j?i*<>r was. at ai? post, and
. very cue dlspiayci che nttfc?c??orbc?S and decision.
9. HARLESTO HEAD. 1 J/<!OLLIN'S.
T. <V ItAKKER. ?4i?K r>- MoDOWELL.
It. G. WHITS, M. 1'. PA. D. LUD *.
T. ALSTON. H. D. j J. N. KONARHEKB
It OUT. Ii. BAKER: I JO-EPH SAMPSON",
v.". O. JOHSSTO v i W*S. PURSE.
S. P. ULANf.ilAr.H. I P. S EN NATT.
[ar-vmaHgg?rr.]
General .Stephen ElaijKt, Jr., for Coa^vrss.
Tbisgaller:: and accomplished gentleman in today a
candidate before tac pcoplk?S their snftragce.
There is no viHd r< asas ?c?y tb?y shoui 1 > : agailtat
him. :': r\'
There are laaay : , a ; ?:is jyhy :ho:r ballots should be
t.a?t for iiiia. &t
ltd. Be*su? ! !i has given ;.r. hin own person this Weh
est proof} of his i: .ci to tha latf-re.^t? and honor of
tho State.
2d. Because hi character^ ability had tab ?t he m
thoroughly competent to di.-v,harg- with/vWy a::d cre
tin" th-t duHu? of Ihe perit!^|b*
:td. Because uo is entirely reliable, an'": no t oifldense
reposed i-i hhr. CT.il be mtA?tcd.
4th. Because .'..'.? yira'rf^te restored Ll:n to ail thu j
rights of a Joyai c:ti;:on, ai. Hin course in lb? Ls^isla
turs proves him to hare i Jja>.^a?Tt-:-i the results of th?
war.
HI* care r i iraia< ud* "air. to tli* judgment t.f the p-so
U!, and tfcry will not re^ijrtbi- devotion to State in her
mmr of hrial a.i a cause f<>rtia cu;idemnat:on.
VAU >R. Ti:UTH AND rT-?RLITY.
-
< '.ivrj??flraKXT.j.
Why you --liouJil '"oto for year Old Prient),
Wmflfejp At ken.
1st. BetauK Le is rent id friend. You have tried
him and never.' <;;zil h.r.r?-anting. He .i the tame man
every day in '.he yi ar? oi much ta< friend of tin poor
man the day after t?:e electf v. a? tho -tay before: hnd,
like his fathe r, hf has evetibeer Ou-poor man's friend
in deed f.s well as word, Never puffed up by wealth, In
the time of greatest pro:-p?rity. ho ha? always b-?n
bumble, and it has cr-sthim nothing --to condescend to
men of low estate.-' Ee hat; n..'vcr done aa unkind
thing or said an unkind word of any man. in ail hi* '. <r.^
life, in thiu community.
2d. P-'cars?- h" iiian'' ".^^iof."!r^?iil,-at.'/o.iK.i').f?
the Government truly ariiV'faithfnlly, in hin speech;
delivered in Charleston as early as the 22d of April last.'
on his taking tho Chair at a meeting of the citizens,
Mr. Aiken said :
"At this critical juncture cf our national affairs, cur
thoughts are naturally turned to the Vice President?
now President of the United States?Andrew Johnson.
When the people of Charleston did me the honor of |
making me their representative in Congress, I met there
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee. I now take pleasure in
stating that I soon became acquainted with him, and
found him a most intelligent man. He soon impressed
me in tho House, by his oratorg and hit argumcnU in de
bate, as one of tho med tulmtt? moi there; nnd it is no
little praise to say so, when such a man as Stephens sat j
on the same floor, aud other prominent persons from j
the difforent States of the Union."
And then the Governor Rtlded. with prophetic fore- j
cast :
'T have the most f.xtibe cosMniaccE it* his amun
TO AIKMIXISTEE THE GoVEnNlIE??T TKCE Aim PAXTRVtTU.T,
uuxn the CossTrnrnox or cm countbt as hk
TUrE OVIDE."
:<d. Because he lias- an uaescsptionable record, and can
probably, ahme, ofaU the cnndidaii.fi, be admitted to a
!<eat in Congress. He held no office, sought no distinc
tion, but did his duty when called upon, in the humblest
capacity, faitluiilly. What i* wanted now, is a man who
will be admitted; andhei?, certainly, of all the candi
dates, that man. There can no t" objection to bin:. And
be has always l>een so popular in Washington that th-^rc
would ht? no disposition to k--?p him out. Hi >good senHe,
good temper, aud uniform kindr.c?a, whilst they made
him the most popular of men ia Congress, made him. at
the same time, one of the most influential He could
carry measures when other men failed. He was ho popu
lar, it will be remembered, that he enme with in one vote of
being elected Democratic Speaker. Basics beat him only
one TOtS. He was selected to run as tho Democratic can
didate?as the most popular nian they had. II* pop
ular with all parties. He i:: popul?r now?with the coun
try?no populai that Mr. -Toiitf Vax Ui'ilsn thought the
President might give him a seat In the. Cabinet.
4th. Because it in the last chance of .-howin : your
kindness to your old friond. He will never be a candi
date agaiu for any political oSce. lie came out now be
cause he thought, from the peculiar part he took in the
revolution, ho would probably be able to do you a great
service. He. could open the door of Congres*, and help
yon to all your civil rights, when i;entlomon distin
guished in the revolution, bke hit, competitors, could
not so certainly serve you in this way. Like General
Hami ros. they could bolter Bervc you at a future, day,
when their prominence in the revolution would nut be a
valid objection. Voto for hiai, then, for the love you
bear him?for the lova you be*r tho State, and as you
would give it civil government?as you would support
the President, and make him fee! your sympathy, by
sending him an old friend to help hira in his troubla,
Crown gray hairs with thy Lu:: hon.>r, and he. will rep.iy
yot: a thousand-fold i:: the bloKsmgs he wiU wix: for you
an.I yi.'.ir children.
I Tub London T?awi, of October Jt?, giiVM a nummary
I of die -tut?s'iei: oi the rinderpestin England, [tsaya:
I "At lecgUi we havu got hubui atatisUus e? tho cattle
plague, pud a ghist.'y lunk they wear. Upward i f U.UiiO
' aninudfl arc known to have been attacked by thu pUguo
j Mile, iis lirsi appearam:?, and ol Uicmj nearly ivi.uuu
I uaru dr.-.,1.. To be sure, more Untti riiiiu of Ihwae vi amis
' re killed save curinrf. bat they s./-'ll the total loss
ui Moe.k. As . > the rcenvi,! them aru registered |uat
Vi)7, which would be only ft per > :.t. im the whoJu at
tack::; but thvu Ute proportieu can. iT courao, only bo
lauasnrtsl by the number cases waicb cure w.vs at
! lemptiaL 'J'hn mctrupdlUaa illsulct a;.>iM;-.ts to have
i auffereJ mo.-.t, as mb;ht natural!} be ust<cctcd, though
j perhaps the t.,le is swelie I m th.? .-..se by (be greater
completeness of the rupor-a. Then c>.ne the. south
eastern oouidics, and then tho eastern?winch. Iitiw
ever, accord:a;; totbeclassiflcaUiinad ipual, iuclu.ioouly
)-'.-se.\, Norioik and Suffol??anil thon Bimtiand. TiirBO
four ci-.tric:h account for upward of 12,000 causes out
of the 14.uu0, leaving only swio 29MJ casualtieH for all
the rent of England ".nd Wale;., lu i-i.:!, there, am whole
groups of counties whero but a score or two of cattle
have been 1 ?t "
Detroit ladios, wo regret to observo, have been deic-;t
sd smuggling whisky in tboir crinoline.
HEADQ-RS DEPARTMENT OF SO. CA., i
Hilton' Head, 3. C, Nov. 18, I860, f
fOr.XEa.ll Ohdwis, No. 66.]
IN OBEDIENCE TO THE ORDER OF THE PRESI
DENT, dated Washington,. November ?th, lHC?,
War Dopartmont, Adjutant-General's oillce. General Or
ders, No. l?l, the undersigned assumes command of the
Department of South Carolina.
Existing Ordern will rcmaiu in foreo until dherwhio
announced. D. E. SICKLES. Major-Gcneral.
Official: W. L. M. Bite'ieu, A. A. Genend.
November 20 3
I'EICT, )
3tcx, S
9, 19C?.)
HE.LDQUAP.'LBRS, FIRST SUB-DISTRICT,
Milita r.t Disrraicr of Charleston
Charleston, ?. C.. November 18,
[GistsHAL OnnuRs, No. 66.1
THOSE TRADERS WHO HAVE FAILED TO PAY .THE
hiilVsrj Ta= for the month cf October, are notlnod that
thoy v :J on required to nay the same by Wednesday, the
22:1 last.
1" Prcv sc Mr.rsnai W?1 clos-.- any establishment fail
ing to comply with t!;ia order.
By order of W. T. Bsxskzt,
~*l!rr>vi-nriH-?M^<-;o1riii'C Pojii^JistSub-Dlstrict.
CtCT. h. Rt'Wttrni
Ca?t. Eiti N. Y. V. V. and A. A. A. G.
Norembor 20 3
M 2A Dq DARTERS. FIRST SUB-DIS'T. MILITARY i
DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON. J
CxtBUnxox, S. C November lb', ly&i. \
\iz:<x...\i. Cnr-m:?-., No. 85.]
* IN COMPLIANCE WiTH GENERAL ORDERS. NO.
IIS Headquarters Military DLitriet of Charleston. Com
manding UIBcers of Detachments of the Ashley. C-mper
ami Wando Rivera, are required to station y.ur.l- on
those rivers, in order to prevent boats from landing at
the Plantations, and engaging in illegitimate traffic with
the colored people: and partie* so engaged will be ar
rested and sent to this City for trial, and a guard placed
ores the vessel and gi od?, and the fact reported Imme
diately' to these Headquarters.
By order of W. T. l'ESjTCOT,
Br jvet Brig.-Gr:::. r-mr-. filing Post, and 1st Sub. Dist
GEORGE S. BUROER,
Capt. C4?. S. V. V. v.. aud.V A. A. General.
November M
MEDICAL DIRECTOR'S OFFICE, D. S. CA.. I
Hilton Hxu>, 8. C, November 19,1805. i
TO Tr" PUBLIC.
QUARANTINE WILL CONTINUE TO BE AS RIGID
LY enforend as tonnerly by the MUitary authority, at
the p:-rt of Charles ton, S. C. The utmost vigilanee will
be exorcised by tho quarantine officer, and (-very pre
caution tr.lton to guard against the introduction of
Cholera, as has been exercised to guard against the in
traduction o; Yellow Fever; and with the strict measures
which will be enforced by (he quarantine, and the early
aiul -vue sanitary pr?cautions which must be put. into
( .ucutior. in tho city, it iu hop-'d that we will be rcward
cd with the same success.
Instructions are already in force for tho strict enforce
ment of quarantino r?gulations at Georgetown and Hil
ton Heal, S. C. A P. DALRYMPLE,
Surgeon U. S. V. Acting Medical Director.
November'10 4 Department of South Carolina.
ELECTION VOTl MEMBERS OP CON
GRESS AND CLICHE OF COURT OF GENERAL 6ee
3ION8 AND COMMON PLEAS.
I>E IT RESOLVED, BY THE SENATE AND HOUSE
> of Representative?, now met and fitting in General
Assembly, That an ofccliou of four Mombers of the
Houau Of Representatives, in tho Congress of the United
States, for Ulis f!Ute. shall be hold, and the same Is here
by ordered to be hold, on WEDNESDAY, the twenty
second day ol Noveinbor next; to be conducted by the
sam" SSanagersand-iii t^i-aat manner as the last elec
tion for cnanburs of the Genorsl Assembly: :md tho per
son having Oie gr?aient number of votes in any Con
gressman District, shall be fhu l-cprwontative of that
DLitriet in ihn Cougrcss of tho United States.
2. That the said Managers of Elections throughout the
State shall give public notice of such elections, and on
the day indicated shall open separate polls, at their
respective precinctn, for each of said elections, and shall
conduct the samo in all respects In accordance with the
laws aud usages of this State. t
X '*h:? i nmadiafed* ?{N?r n?nalni.' t?ip nrvib. gi? Maju i
-MA tpputut untfuf tlieti BtaaWFtWaWry'siWl rfttiraifT
with a list of the voters, and tho ballots by them taken,
and report tho same to the general meeting of the Man
agers of the District; which ?enural meeting shaU be
held at the Court Horn* of the District on the day fol
lowing the election, except that the Managers- for the
Election Districts of Berkley and Beaufort shall hold
their general meeting if the City of Charlostou und the
Village of Gillosonviil-- respectively, ou the second day
following tho election
4. That the Manag'-rs, ahen so assembled in general
meeting, shall keep an account, i:i writing, of the num
ber of \ o.tea which nach person >u voted for k1u.11 have,
and ahull also transmit to his Excellency the Provisional
Governor, with the ballots, a duplicate of the said ac
count.
5, That the said Manager- shall, Immediately after
said meeting, transmit the ballots by them respectively
to him, to Columbia, safely and securely enclosed in
puper, sealed and appropriately endorsed, by a messen
ger, to be by them appointed for that purpose, who shall
be by them sworn to deliver, and who shall deliver tho
same, with the seals unbroken, to the Secretary of State
at Columbia, who nhall deliver them to his Excellency
the Provisional Governor.
('-. That His Excellency the Provisional Governor is
requested to cause the aa:d returns to be publicly open
ed, examined aud counted in bis presence at Columbia,
by three or more Commissioners, to be by him, and un
der Iiis hand and seal, appointed for that purpose, and
tu ascertain tho number of votes given at the said elec
tion for any person, and what four persons shall have
respectively the greatest number of votes in the several
Congressional Districts, and to deposit the original poll
of each of said Districts in the officn of tho Secretary oi
State: and after having ascertained that four persons are
elected, as before directed, he is requested to give notice,
by proclamation, that those persons have boon duly
ejected Mombers of the nouso of Representatives in the
Congress of tho Unitod States.
7. That the messengers herein provided shall be en
titled to receive out of the Treasury of the Stuto a cum
per.satior. equal to flve dollars per dl^m. and twenty
cents per mile going to and returning from Columbia;
and the number of days and miles to be ascertained by
the Secretary of State, who shall certify pay-bills tncre
for.
In accordance n-ith tho abovo, th? Hanauer? of Elec
tions for Charh'iam District will piwecd to open the
Polls, at their uifmcvnt precincts, fur s Member of Con
gress; an.I, !) r.-hi-lutlons of t!i- Genera! Asuesihly, also,
at the saine Lime and piacw. for til i iiwiiuit of a Clerk
of the Common Plius and GsnvraJ Sessions for Charles
ton District. P-'OLs open betwouu ta.- hours of ") \; M.
an.l 4 P. M.
Ward 1?At the City Hall.
Ward No. 2?At the Court House.
Ward No. :i?First Poll?At the Kariet
Ward No. 3?Second Poll ? Pabnotto Engine- tiouse,
An son-street
Ward No. <1?First Poll ?Heps Firn Englnc-li?uso,
Arciulilc-stroet.
Ward No. 4?Second Poll ? Engine house corner of
Ueotve'and College streets.
Ward No. &?Eaglo Eugino-house, Meeting-street.
Ward No. 6?Washington EnginivhouBe, Vundorhorst
sixcot.
Ward No. 7?Engine-house in Columbus-street.
Wivr.1 No. H?Wiley'3 Wagon-yarcl, King-streut.
M A ff A. G Eli ?.
wau3) no. 1.
CHARLES LOVE, Chairman.
V. J. TOBIAS. I 0. W1LLIMAX.
w/.itn no. 2.
J. LEG ARE YATKS, | T. A. WHITNEY.
M. BOLGE1L
WAity so. 3?pikst veUt.
J. D. MILLER. I THOS. V. U'NEa.L.
A. J. T1MMONS.
wavjj ko. 8?skoovo roi.r?
JAMES QLLULAND. | a L. MoOWEH.
P. P. LOCKE
wAu:> no 4?murr i-oll.
W. AXSON. I A. V>'. DUPFUS.
?. V.ERB.
w." no no. 4 ?sncosn roi.r..
J. L. PATTERSJN. | A. i. BililKE.
L. V. MARTIN,
wann hu. .'>.
P. G GUERRY. \ D. C. GIBSON.
is. o. eIccklly.
wann ko. ti.
geo. S. HACKER, | M. T. BARTLETT.
T. L. WEBB.
WAltU NO. 7.
e. C. THARIN. I J. H. BYMME9.
T. A. CONDY.
wann no 8.
W. P. RUSSELL. I W. Vf. MLEY.
T. E. TORLBY.
CHARLES LOVE,
Noveinbor 18 Chairman.
NOTICE IS HEIIKBY GIVEN THAT, AT
tbo novt Session of tho Legislature, application will bo
made fur a renewal and extension of tho Charter ol the
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY COMPANY.
October 30
EXCHANGE Off NEW YORK
[N StTMS TO SUIT.
MARSHALL, BEACH & CO.,
November 22 4 No. 3* Broad street
Sterling Exchange on England
BOUGHT BY
MARSHALL. BEACH t CO.,
November 22 i No. 21 Broad atrect
EXC? ANGE ON W YORK."7
FOR SALE BY JAMES ADOEB k CO..
November 22 1 No. 40 East Bay.
WANTED.
BANK NOTES, GOLD AND GOVERNMENT SECU
RITIES. Also, BONDS AND COUPONS.
ApiJfcpt? L. G.UIBRILIi; Baokrr. .
October 2l fang No. 7 Prosd-strcct.
WANTED.
#=? or.i; am? eiLrai cue. ososorA ^AtERUAO
\JT and Banking Company Notep, City of Augusta
Bonds. Apply to CONNER ft WILSON,
Bankers and Brokers,
November B; No. 5 Broad-stieet
THE HIGHEST PI??CR i
PAIDFOIt
GOLD,
SILVER and
EXCHANGE,
at
P. H. KKGLXK'S EXCHANGE OFP303C,
CORNER OF KING AND HAS EL-STREETS.
October 2K wfm
GOLD, SILVER
AND
SIGHT IDIRA-iFTS,
ON
Ne wYork,?Iiiiadelphia & Boston..
For aale by P. H. KEGLER, Banker,
Oorc-r of King and Hasel-srreeL?.
Alto collections midr. on all the cities in Dm United.,.
Statss, Canada, Nassau, Ac, Ac Novembre 1C
NOTICE.
ALBERT ELFE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE"
citizens of Charleston that he has returned to the
city, und resumed his former business. He can be found
at his old residence, No. 23 LYNCH STREET. 2 bankful
for past favors, he will be ir.appy to receive a couttuttaneo
from his old friends and the public.
November 20 ' C>+
BEE AD ! ; BREAD ! BREAD !
rpHE SUBSCRIBER HAS REOPENED THE WELL
J. known BAKERY* Ne fin Tradd-street. Ftimilies
wishing a good article of wcll-bakod Loaf Bread are re
quested to leavo their orders at Bakery.
He has procured competent cart drivers, and will de
liver Bread to any part of the city.
November 22 lmo J. C. MARSHALL.
LUMBER! LUMBER!!
VVHOLB2SALE AJSTD RETAIL.
"VT/IDF. AND NARROW GROOVE AND TONGUE
Rough Boards -J&??
Jcut, Scantlings, 4c.
Nails, Doora
Sannes and Blinds.
W. E. REEVES.
Wharf foot Market-street.
WovwnbwM lino*
A CARD.
S?GNOR ALEXANDRO GAMBATI TAKES GREAT
' pleasure in informing his friends and the public a-;
larfte, that he is now permanently located in Charleston,
and is prepafeKl to resume his profession. Applications
for VOCAL INSTRUCTIONS, or for instructions on th<?
CORNET-A-1'ISTON or PIANO, if left at the Bookstor?
of Mr. JOHN M. GREER, corner of King and Bcaufaut
streets, or at his residence, in King street, west 'side,
four doors, above Spring, will meet with prompt atten
tion. 12 _November 16
MUSICAL NOTICE
MRS. F. M. HARPER ("DAUGHTER AND PUPIL OF
the late Prof. M. S. Rrevrk), offers her ferviwa
to the cittteiis of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL AN't>
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence No. 20 Scciety-street, opposite the- High
School.
Refers to Gen. James Sivoys, Dr. Wm, T. Wuaoo, T.
Oranof. Simon;-, and Dr. W. M. FrrcH.
November 14
GRANITEVILLE GOODS.
WE OFFER FOR SALE THE VARIOUS STYLES
of Ooods manufactured by the above Company.
On hand, ??, Ji, 4-4 and Drifls, for sale by pioco or
package. TAFT k HOWLAND.
November 10 _ "'
HOUSE CARPENTERING, &c
THE SCBSCRI3ER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
public that he is prepared to contract for all kinds: ,
of CARPENTER'S WORK, and wiU guarantee to give*,
perfect satisfaction in all the branches of his trndo.
JOHN L. McDERMOlT,
No. a2 Queen-street, near State.
HS~ Refers to.JOHN Kli?SJUc'ICS aud cthera.
November 7 lmc*
CROCKERY! CROCKERY! CROCKERY?
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARI?.
SAMPLE ROOMS. EAST BAY, COR. ADGER'S WHAJRF.
STEAMBOAT, RESTAURANT, HOTEL AND BOARD-.
IN G HOUSE keepers, would do woU to give us caH. _
before purchasing elsewhere.
All wars* sold at New York cash pricos.
Novembern POND ft DUNCAN. Agents.
Sashes, Blinds, Saws, Got1;on
UINS, ETC.
WS ARB PREPARED. UNDER RECENT ARRANGE
MENTS, to furnish at prices beyond conipc':itioB;v
as follows :
SASHES. BLINDS AND DOORS ;on orders!
Saw Mills, of all descriptions, Portable, &c. -
Planing Mills
Tongue and Groove Machines
Circular Saws
Scroll Saws
Engines
otills, Gins
Corn Shollera.
And all kind* et AGRICULTURAL MACH 1N PRY, upon
spcciUcaUous. Descriptions given at our oftlcc.
TROUT k AMSBUBY,
November 7 Cor. East Bay aud Market-strt eta.
MERCHANTS' HOTEL STABLE!!.
P. LEE, Proprietor-,
NO. 40 SOCIETY-STREET, WEAK KING.
THANKFUL FOR ') HE LIBERAI, PATRONAGB ,
he has received, he bugs to inform the publio that
he has extended bis busim-us, nr.d In now prepared to
furnish them wllh gooil Carriages, lluggk-s and ihiddla
Horses. Ho also provides some very lino ?--.d corufort-%
able t'oachosfOr railroad an'! steamboat cal is. Fuuerabr
supplied with good Hearses and Caiiiages. Also sick
and lame horses attended to.
Noveinberll lmo*
SOUTHERN
ADVERTISING AGESVCY.
A DVERT1SEMEKTS RECEIVED ON THE MOST
iV. roasonablo terms for the LEADING NKWSPAPEB8
in the South. Specimen copies can be Boen by applying
to HORACE P. R?OG.
P. 0. Box 211. No. 108 Market-s:reet
Advertisers will do well to call, September U

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