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VOLUME II....N0. 133.]
CHARLESTON, S. C., TH?RSDAY MOANING, 1?EBRUARY 33, 1866.
[PRICE FIVE CENTS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Arrival of the Steamships City of Loadon
and New York.
Arrival of ?Pic C. S. Steamer ?ihrnnjjtf^?iri.
EABL RUSSELL PRT?IE MINUTEK.'
COTTON ADVArTG.TCli 1-J?. TO l-JM.
cil steinos di?oov?sked is englajnt-.
TROOPS OKDKillCD TO TKXAS.
MOBILE GQTTOX MARKET.
Late Kngli-Oi Nc*Tfe
iVkw 1'ur.k, November 20?The Steantship CSrj 5s
wm iE (I ftwrnBhip A*e?? Yvrk, with dales of the fth.
h?m (Jueenstown, have arrived.
The Confederate steamship Sht iuniJuah lia? arrived :ti
tis Mersey, and was delivered over to the naval author- !
iti*?: Capf. WasBfeu, of tho SArMcnt?oaft, stator that fur. I
first information he reeoiv 1 of the closing of the war, |
nad on the 30th of August.
The London Star state- 'hat if the American Govern-1
?ent "jhoald claim the liters would ho no
reason for refusing the request.
Jtsrl itu&sKLL has been appointai Premier, and Tord j
Clak??dom Minister of Foreign Affairs.
LrvEitrooi. wvto.n majikrt.
LivxnrooL, November 3. Morning.?The Cotton :aar-1
fcet Is fiat and very irrcgulir, although there is no quo- j
table decline in America-; descriptions; other kinds gen
erally from % to )ad. lo??r.
Sales for the last two d?,>.-> have amounted to eight
thousand bales?two thr.u'-drel lo speculators and ex
istera.
LATEST.
LrviRPOo:^ November 9, Evening.?The saics ol Cot
ton, for tho last, ten days amounted to'A'i.OOO bales, the
market being firmer, and with an advance of '?' to .'vi.
ilrcadstuffs unsettled. Provisions firm, with an up- |
rard tendency. Bacon very lull. lard irregular. Naval j
Stores dull r.ud little demand. ** |
Lokdon, November 9.?Consols closed atOT'j; 6-20's
st 63& to C4.
Th? Skipping Gazette say.i thai oil springe have been
discovered in England.
Troops Orden d to Testas.
V/asbtsoto?, Nov. 20.?AU tho regular Unitsd State*
Cavalry, excepting tho COtfa regiment Pennsylvania
Troop.", liavo boon ordered to San Antonio.
Mobile Cotton dfurkei. ( ,
1 Mouui. Nov. -JO.??ales or cotton ?n**, th? a\f,-hit?
amounted to 000 balea. middling t9 to 50, with a good
clemAnd, and firm.
?" THE JAMAICA INSURRECTION.
(Jfernnt Bay {Oct. St1'. Co: :: Jamaica Standard-}
As a mark that the rebellion in St. Thomas in tho East
is crushed out, I have to mention that the laborers in
Sne river district, as well as those upon Coley and Hall
Head estates, have turned o-:t actively to work. There
can be no doubt that the salutary examples which have
been 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. Tho estates are being visited for the purpose
of identifying those who had been engaged 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 of the rebel nogroes. .
The Court-Martial, presided over by Lieutenant and
Commander Brand, resumed its sittings on Saturday at
about throe o'clock. Eleven rebels were tried and con
demned; among theso were two women who took con
siderable share in the insorrection. They mere executed
ike same evening at about 5!'c o'clock. Several were catted
and released. One. a notorious villaiu, after receiving
one hundred lashea without a murmur, was set at liber
ty. On his way he met a man to whom he administered
.aci oath Unit he would ta&o up aims and join him against I
the authorities. He forced this man to accompany him,
and while pursuing their Journey onwards two loyal
.subject* appeared. Tho mas whom he had mado to
swear allegiance to, called npoti them in the (jueen's
name to taue him iuto cu itody, This was iinmodiately
done, and tho read of ouo hundred lashes was safely re
eoadocted hero. He is now- awaiting his trial Ills
chance of .cape is little.
Many Buch characters have been catted and released,
and the instance i have just recorded may be taken as a
fair cxani}i;u oi tho character of some of these rebels,
und of what we might ovon now reecivo here at their
band? if wo weiu not protected by the troops. The ques
tion is ashed here by men and women "is there no place
;o which theso reDels who have been catted, can be
transported'/" It is indeed h.-art-reudiug to see the state
of alarm iu which the peaceable and loyal subjects of
Moraut Buy are (especially the respectable ladies;, caus
ed by Uie very thought th:*t seme of these released re
bels have it jot in their power to do secret injury. The
authorities bero arc uot to blaute. Can you :i? the King
ston Penitentiary 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 Cut tho severe ca>.tigstious which they re
ceive (to q.ioio from the worthy Provost Marshal) "will
bo a caution to them," aud will make them "wiser and
bettor men."
On Sumiay, at about 2 P. M., the Wolverine came off
the port, having in tow tho schooner Oracle, reported to
have been s. ised at Port Antonio, with Ooueral Lainothe
and others, a.,il a cargo of gunpowder onboard. After
waiting a shun, time she steamed off for Kingston. At
about the SMiug time the Lily made her appearance off
the port, und tui American rcboonur, apparently bound
for the soutn ewe of the island, being in sight, she pro
weeded in mat direction, it was thought, for tho purposn
of ovcrhaudiig lier, a report being current hero that a
largo cargo o, amis und ammunition was expected to
hwve Kit .New lurk lor Kingston during the present
month, in lurtuoranee of the mammoth insurrection
that was itxctt in Kingston, for December 36. I bar.:
heard iioiiii,:^ ?>f nor since.
The in i.i.aiual, presided over by Lieutenant and
Comiuantler ISiaud, met at 1J o'clock to-day (Monday).
Sixteen of Uiu rebels were condemned to death, and one
to be. Bogge.1?uuu hundred la-hns. j>atc m the evening
twelve v.,1. uaiiged. Anioug them i.- th? notorious
Cowcll, o. mini i wroto in my ia*t dispatch. This fol
low pruleiidx to be a Baptist parson, anil often olhciatcd
iu Paul i. ..'- chapel at Stony Cut lie \>as in an ox
trcmeiy i ma -atol condition, aud could hardly sup
port himse.i. lib culled upon tho people t:> taA?v.varu
ing l?y hi...
j'?rr? t* ?-:.e c??r??ftia! rst rte oj t.?>igtt>g day by lUty. and
t bacon.m .,ut for consideration, whether the
burial oi : ui?oy people, packed as I heaid a Blue
Jucket s.... i. .- -artiines," in the town, is not likely to
produce :..ii:ic new epidemic hero?already Ibe efflu
vium *-i . d.? lies c?iiMBtiocc to taint i he atmos
phere. >-f . particularly, disagraabhi effluvia
srialug ! .. : ivas in which these dead bodies are
interred d tit j entire to*o, and it was not with
out dill) ? could avoid getting nauseated.
Tin.* out}... - s .;-?.ed alter. It iu a mattor of vital im
nortaueo
* Tni ?'.-.....v. .ctiibor SI, T:10 o'clock.?We have "uad a
narrow i col laaug buried in the bowels of the earth.
Eridenlly o : is pouring out bis displcawuro upon the
Lud. v. : i.. j si ?e*:n visi teil by au unusually soverc
shock o: . .. The iimluLUous vere from north
to so::ti:.. ! >su d betv ecu five and six seconds. The
house i -.i was s-book like an aspen leaf, as if at
each si,a . would Imi torn from its foundation. The
verj- g ir . mi ue ground rolled I igether, as if clinginp
to oach li e l ie p.otection. 1 do not remember having
fillt so s v a iuUcJJ.
Tt nwy r.ot he altogether; uninteresting to yoiir readers i
to know thai slightly wvrr r.ne thonaann and 6::y n )
have been hanged ami shot in tho ivrisii ox fit, luoi;..-- |
In the Ea*t up to dab--: and it s not at :?tl sriHLery thai i
en- the diff?rent Mnrts-niertial riose. thti: sitting*, there !
will bt ?ar "vcr two thousand who will have a..! ?: i rv
natty of their vil;- attempt to exterminate thr whifc and i
entered rai ts of this island. It is now a .:.-, rt< r to tbri .
o'clock, and Uetiry Bogle, the son <>: lli?. ?ai s - Bo
!~gle, together wirb h? mother, Mr*. Moa-AlScgla, row
: Just been brought in. Tlu young rebel .> .- severely j
wounded that he had u? ride, h;: t bei:i,; ph. 4-_ ;
hampers. Ko do ibt these : s?o notorious lueurcectiouisni j
will meet tho same duom that Las ushered raui 1 !. ;:! . ;
into another world, At sis o'clock Ods morning. hi- ;
teen dooim-d to death wt?i* executed at the usual place. !
The rebelprianners are not hep* idle?their servi - :::
! turned to account. They am cr.gag--.'. ::: cnttimj iii.waj
' the rai!^ vegetation resnd and about town?a'^o \
Headquarters, the ViJunttcnTquart-:-r* iT.-b
Pr.li? Statt-.:::, and < tiler :-!
Tile Tin w BSisi 1st i<r to STflalro.
i The CiQowiug speech of General Jot??f A. I?.s?A>t. .
ORUdyappoittttd Minister to the Hep*b?i \V.l
be read witli a great deal of interest, _!. ! . sasa'-j
oi&cialir (lie viewaof the Government concerning the j
I Mexican question :
My friend, Grceral KOpatrick, said svmtoUiing in re!- j
erenee to Moxico and foreign intervention, it is a I
j question that wo can ver.- easily decide tot on val v?n. 1
So far as I au concerned! I believe that Maximilian in I
holding Meiieo to-day is part und parmi of the rebellion :
sgainst tho Government (Cheers.) When the r?bellion
I was first organized there was no thought of Maximilian
j entering Mexico. France did not dream of seitinz her
toot the soil cf North America or snv where else.
But when ? assurood tie- proportions which it did?
when Kapoleon looked across the briny dt i?p and saw the j
great struggle going on in this o&Rutxy?believing that
! v.-e could not succeed, envying tb puac* and prosp?r?t} i
I of this greit people: having, with some of his neighbors !
the strongest objections to oar form of government, and I
desiring tliat it should sever and erumbieand lud. as
I t>>oy have so tleu said we are tint ospable cr' sell- !
! government, lie first conceived the Idea of ta*;::;; poo- j
session of Mexico. Jf we had tailed it would have proved
I their words true, and the world would have been rolled !
lack a thousand year- it: its advancement in eivibza
I ti'.u and human liberty. Soring till :, and knowing MiM,
th?y seized the opportunity and planted themselves on
j this H"ii, so that they might be the first to recount"." tiw
Southern Confederacy, and Ihuy expected tobe the first
to reCOgUiZC thct.l if they botli succeeded agiinst the
Government ol the Uuitod States, t'.tit they rame a
i iittlo to<> Ute. (Cheers nud taught/ r.l Tho bottom -.vent
out of the rebellion sooner than tlie> thought il would,
j and Maximilian saw himself stauding there alone?
( -h! :-:-i and laughter)- -and Um old Axserionu eagle look
ing across with a keon Dye at him nnd saying, "Maxi
[ miliau, you must tremble in that statt <>; yours, for nol j
long shall you remain there." (Tremendous spplausc.) j.
That was a part of the rebellion : it's a part of it to-day. .?
and the Government of the United States has only to
say to Maximilian, "Sir, you must pack up y*ur duds
and travel." (Laughter, ending iu another tremen
dous outburst ef cheering.) The Government
not suppressed tue rebellion until it doe?
i ("That's mi.") I, for oue. don't propose to
give tlia; State to Maximilian; I, for one, am in favor of
our Government ?ayiue to him, "Von were induced
by this rebellion to take possession of that country and
to ttttcn.pt t" establish yourself there; l will not permit
you to stay there: you must yet out oi that country tmd
icavo it to its people.''' iCheersJ I uiu-iu fa-.eroi this
beiDt;d"ue,-*?d I huiCAhat ttii; next Congross, when as
[ scmbled. will at Ics?t have thf roura^o, l<y a resolution,
to <ay to the Freaidon: of the Uuited state -, and to the
country, thst Maximilian cannot remain there any
longer. Aud when the United States of America notin
tdni to leave you will say, "Little gontlemau, get up and
dust." (Loud laughter and cheering.1 This is a duty
that I believe our government owes to us, that it ought
to pnrlorm, and the sooner it is performed the sooner,
lu my judgment, will the rclftUion be at an end. And
not only with reference to Maximilian, not only wor ld I
have liitu leave this continent, but I rrould say to all
i^u?lrfos ;rh? ha^iut'irforeC ?iih'u? whiJo ibui w?r has
t>Aw>*proKi'xaitn^,~-VT>tmt '?lntiis[T??-wontrre- tr?tslVert t>y
means of your outrages you shall pay us." (Cheers.) If
wo adopt that plan there will be no di?oulty in gcttiug
along with them, for there is no nation that particu
larly wants to go to war with us n-'-w. (Laughter.)
We have certainly won the respect of ourselves, aiid ray
impression is we have won the respect of all the Powers
ot all the earth besides. The way to settle these ques
tions upon a just and proper basin is to make just aud
proper demands: to stand Steel before th* world, and
demand our rights and submit to no wrongs, (' flood."
"That's the talk." and cheers.) This we ought to do:
this we must do. Unless we do so. the United States of
America will certainly full in their estimation, and iu
that of all tho other Powers upon earth. We are not the
people who desiro 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 hest 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
.iudgmeut, good temper, courage, d?cision, and rcsi ect
for law aud superior authority. He is emiuently the
man forthc place, and Mexico the place for tho man.
Gr.y. JosttrH E. JoHKSTOS is New Tuns.? The New
York papers announce the arrival, in that city, of Gen
eral Joseph E. JmHSton. on the l.'ith inet. The Herald
says of him:
This is the first vhdi which this military personage
hss made to New Fork since the termination of hostili
ties aud his resumption of tho more peaceful avoc.it ions
of civil Iii'.. Wo understand his present visit is in connec
tion with the new National Express Company, of which
he has rt tontly been elected President.
Since his arrival hen- his leisure moments have been
besieged by numerous applications for an interview with
biiu?proceeding from Southern sojouruers as well as
residents of this city.
During an interview yesterday between a citizen of j
Cioorgia and the General, tho question of reunion or.
submission arose, iu tho course of which the General
said "they had submitted with no ill-feeling towards the
North;" aud further, "that they were compelled to do j
it." lie said it bad been trequeutly intimated at the |
North that the people ol the South were still of the opiu- i
ton that their allegiance was due first to their own State. I
"Thi>." lie said "is not the case. That question is set- I
! tied. Tnc people throughout the entire South regarded I
I themselves as citizens of the United States. Yet I have ,
j no doubt," he remarked, "but there ore some bitter
men still in the South, who oppose the idea of reunion.
What country is there where the Government has not !
its enemies .' B?t the people have accented without the j
slightest dissent. I have seen no dissatisfaction on the
subject."
Speaking on the question of slavery 1 s ?aid. wry I
warmly: "But for that institution, VirghJa would have
been a richer .^tatc than New York to-day."
The Southern gentleman above alluded to remarked to j
?M General, in -elation to his removal by Jell'. Davis j
from command of tho rebel Army of Tennessee, that the
entire South, the people and press, with the oxcoption j
Of tlM Alabama press and those ..f the Richmond go- j
vnmmciit, took sides with him in the insne: and that in |
tb? Htatn of Goorgfo !ii* removal front command ol the |
Army t f Tenntsssoe at that tiiao was considered the j
greatest calamity which befell the rebel cause, with the |
1 exception of the death of Ktnuewall Jackson ami Sidney ;
I Johnston. Prcsid-mt Johnson, ho said, is a great man. j
Ho bad not been appreciated in his own section, but. as
Chief Magistrate of the natiou his great abilities sud
power were dcvcl"piug.
it was remarked hi the louerai that he looked . xcoed- j
lugly well.
"Yes," lie replie:!, smilingly, "I have n vcr bann ::;.
having a aiitUeiency of fresh air and out-door e?:<:rci-": !
till my life."
A Mi MTX ; wan held .-.t Boston, on the l:ltfa instant, to j
advocate and ant forth the advantages <?r tho Northern
route lor a Pacifia Railroad. Tho meeting was addrussed ]
by ox-Gi.v. Ci-.':hv. o* Oregon, ar.il CX-GOV. FOUJUd of
Utah. a
Ex-Governnr Curry (imaented many interesting mi ts |
tespectiUil t!-. Columbia and Snake. Kl vers. Twenty-live
thousand tons ?>f Itvigtd had already been transported
as far up the ColpiuMa as :t was itavi'pible. advo
cated the Northern route tor ? Pacilie Kailroad, an tho
easiest to ue built, atiu 1 ucause it w:>uid uih t: a couulry
to trade almost inexhauatibla.
Ex-Governor Fuller, i-f Utah, made a dd dleil exposi
tion of the product.- and wealth ol Uana In, the Vestem
States (liai wtuild be aifccl v< by the proposed mail, tho
riches of the. Pacific .-tales end ol the A<i itic empires, us
arguments tor the Northern route. The mineral regions
uf Idaho, the agriculture ol Idaho. W:ishirurtuii snoOre
gon, were fully depicted. The rai?id growth it: popula
tion of some of these regions was also noted. Montana,
US 1HU2. had not a single white man ?now it has 3U,UU0.
Mr. Full) r gave many Statistics of the Columbia Hiver,
which be said was larger than the Danube, and equal In
size to the ('.anges. The mouth of the Columbia was of
a size equal to the bay or San From isco. Its shallowest
part was thirty-lire feet In depth, while the deepest wa
ter in New York harbor is tweuty.nino teet.
Oy P->awi STEAasi'?rKstEAi. Hooiyt, ]
iJloz ietows, November IS, iscc. (
['he r-ij!r:?. ;?ssei .itsoa ibis stcaai?r General
Hooka on 2:?r pr*H a .trip tfom Charleston to George
town, beg Iv i tak iaqj^^tethed of rel tuning their
silicon acki: .lodgoi-::itii>^ Capr. J. F. LoX'c-, nnd the
officers under hi ; '-.-tau*--?:, far tanlr skillful manage
ti..- r c:: oa?asioa of the collision,
.viiich occurred in Char: ^ Hf.io: this day. between
Iiis vi k : < amshin V-!/ Strtwr..
The ?. I ml dopoTOBeni manifeste:! [grCapt. !
L..\ -, nmwt ; rilvU-^-Nfcamstacce* in which we
were at one fi?t placed, ar?'I tVe?enso "foa^/ynjticfl it
ur ' ^Bt :-r';
miTiSn. ivc tnVe this ud^^tn?rr-?-niiii^r?sy !-.; .:;
to the Mv?^c public as f&^i ami reliable oir.cer.
'.V?-a:v ft;".;. .-.::.(??.. jl?i?g>d4 tltat every ^xvrtioc.
W5? ? ?!(! oh the part of fifcjt lK?iu*'Sn* ' W? bBc^nT?T
prs-vt-ni - cvU; ?v.-rjj?wr was r.i his pos!
v ry cue iJlspiayi.: -.!. . tttS*fec:?omc3S and decision.
.:. HARLF..Vi:iREAD. | J/COLLISS.
'J'. i>. hank *?Lt. i>. lT.:do'.vr.7 '..
t:. i*. wkii w. "Ta. d. lue -.
T. ALSTON. M. D. -J Si N. KONAKiTEl?S.
HOBT. H. P.AKK!" I tfO-LPH SaM.VSON.
w. fi. ioHNtrr< ? - . i wrs. pubse.
S. F. BLANCHARD. | P. S EN NATT.
^ V?i'ri.'X?'EKT.]
Geni'ial S;? plu :i KlHflt?t. Jr., for Congress.
This trailer: and EWCttpntMcl gentl--rr.aii !s t i-day a
i^rilMaTf befoTw! pcopTtgnr their suffrages.
There is no ralW n awa5?iy ta?y ?houid vniaagaiitsl
hiin.
There aro .. ...y :%i.; ..:i? .vhy :ho:r baliois should be
..a^t for Wi
l.-i. B"Ni':- '. ha |,:i4-:5r. hU own :.*t~,h thn Weh
est proof) of bis i: v(*,!oa to,the Interests and honor of
the SUle. j
2d. Re. . : cliaraettr, ability find talent is
thorough!, trampt tent I ?scharg? Ti:ia_'."vW.''.v sad we.
t\il th-- duties of Ihe ;.v;-:tu$i'.
?d. Becacse iw ia entirety tdialile, und so ce^?denj?
reposed In h:.:r. cr.n be mitAiu'd.
4th. SccailSjC .'.'.s ;/-:r./;'^><S- ffstftwd
errai'
t'ire prsret h:r.i t? hive Inwa.'.r.cr-pt-: '. the resul! i of il?
i?rhu <.-f a loyal citizoa. ajg.sii> course in the Latrie!?
urc
*?r.
"i- career < iroiai \- U hit,. tiie judgment < :' :b<- p*o
'r. and tii^-y '. ill not reaj^Uhla devotion U< State in her
1i"ur of itiil a.-i a cause rora'ia condemnation.
VALi iR, Ti'.U'iH AND FIDELITY.
Why you t'lioultt ToTe for year Old F"riea<!.
WUlUa^i Alicen.
l3t. Be. AL:i.. L?- is voue "Id frieoil. l'on bave ?ri'-c?
him and nev; r.' -..r.1 L^ii?.. a?ting. Ho i the tame man
erery day in the yiar^Hanjauch t^< friend of th-: pour
man th-day af^r the eieetkTta> the .lay before: and,
like IiLh fuliier, ho has ever.bntp t? .-iioor maa'ii friend
in deed i?s weil as word. Never pit?ed up by wealth, ill
the time of hi., greatest pr?mcrlty, he ha? always b-^n
humble, and :. lun coat aim nothing - to candescead t?
men of low ostale." lie haw n.-vcr done an unkind
thing or said an unkind word of asy man. in all bi^ '.-T-g
Ufe, in this community.
)^cacs<?h' i?an ''-'jjjfe^,J''oili> "'"" ~
out frund?af-i iyui,.\ii.'V^t~sLy IttCn lflR Htm: jip.1
the sagai:ity to pereeirc and declare fcl? gr^at ability, and
to proclaim his confidence in his capacity to administer
the Government truly and faithfully, in his speech,
delivered in Charleston a? early as the 22:1 of April last.
on his taking Ihe Chair at a meeting of Ihe <itl.:.:ns.
Mr. Aiken said :
"At this critical juncture cf our national affairs, CUT
thoughts an: naturally turnod 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 mot there
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee. I now take pleasure in
stating that I soon became acquaintnd with him, and
found him a most intelligent man. He soon impressed
me In tho House, by hi.i oratory and his argumriU in de
bate, as one of tho most ttdestted men then; nnd it is no
little praise to say so, when such n man as Stephen* sat
on the same floor, and other prominent persons from
the different States of the Union."
And then the Governor added, with prophetic fore
cast :
''t hwe the most entire confidence is hi.s aieuTX
to auministej: the Government trct and r.vrntFVLLT,
bavinci T?1K CONSlIll' i ION Of our COlfNTItT 14 Hin
TUTE liVIUE."
3d. Brause he ha.- an nnesoapti&nabh) record, and can
pA'lwbly, ahme, of all me candidat)!*, i>e admitted m a
scat in Congress. He held uo office, sought nci distinc
tion, but did hit- duty when called upon, in the humblest
capacity, faithfully, What ir naated now, is a man who
will bo admitted; anihei?. certainly, of nil the candi
date?, that man. Then- can be no objection to him. And
he has always l??en so popular in Washington that tb-re
would he no disposition to k-ep him out. Hi i good sense,
good temper, aud uniform Uadaosa, whi?t they made
him the most popular of men in Congress, made him. at.
the .same time, one of the most Influential, lie. could
o?rry measures when other men faded. He wa* so popu
lar, it will be remomljercd, tbit he enme within one vote of
l>e!ng elected Democratic Speaker. Basks bear hiai only
one vote, lie was selected to run as the Democratic can
didate1?as tin- most popular jaan they hatl. H* ?ras pop
ular with all parties. He i;; popuhr now?with the coun
try?so popular tluit Mr. .io:i;f Van Uuivss thocght lh
President might give him a w?t In the. Cabinet.
4th. Be-.-ause it is the last chance of bhowin ; your
kindnoss to your old friend. He will never bo a candi
date agaiu for any political o?lee. He cume out now be
cause he thotiRht, from the i^eculiar part he took in the
revolution, he 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 gentlemen distin
guished in the revolution, like hin competitors, could
not so certainly serve you in this way. Like General
ilAHi ros. they could belter serve you at a future day,
when their promineuce in the revelation would not be it
valid objection. Votu for iiita, then, for the love you
bear him?for the lovo you bear tho State, and ici you
would give it cuil govcrnmcnt?aa y.-m would rapport
tho Presid-nt, and make him feel your sympathy, by
seudiag him au old friend ;o belp bira in his troubln.
Crt>wtl gray hairs *-llh thy ljishe.n.ir, and he. will repjy
yo!i a thousand-fold ::: the bloBslngs he will win for you
an.l y;.'.ir children
'ihk r..-:ido!i Times, of October :!;. gives a summary
of ?ie s-tatis'ic?. o! the rinderpest in fa?laiid, Etcsya:
I "At k-ugUi we have gut HUBuatat?Ucaof tho cattle
plague, und n gbmtly loo* tbey wear. Upwanl < ! U.OiKJ
Uilieali: arc kuuwn to have been attacked by the pbguu
I ?im Ks first ap|n ara-i.-i, and oi Uicmi nearly I2,U0U
, bare uTod. To be sure. a;^r,i than r.iii.'U of IIuibo riuliuw
?ere kiEed !.. i-i.e curie-, but they s.,--?ll Ihe taial Iii>h
ut ? ioe.k. Ait io t!w rccovvrifs, there are rcgisterud jua:
V;:7. winch would !>. only t? perctmt>im tiie whole at
tanks; but tbvu.tkc prcportioa can, t.-f course, only bo
lOUMtirod !>> the number of casus caichcuro wai ?t
lemptod Tho metropolitan oisirii '. appears to lu-v
! aaffercu moat, a: m:;;!i". naturall} be ttspected, Uioiigh
perhaps the Ulu U?*eiU?l in this ease by Ihe c itir
comuteteotsia n? the reporta. ?het: orne tU". sotith
eastorii counllua, and than the eastern?which, how
over, according U> the class!Dcathm ad ipual, luelii.iooiily
Fssex, Nor.oilt and Suffolk?and Uimi rS>:tiUand, T'urse
four t'istricls account for upward of 12,000 causes out
of the 14,00V, leaving only HMno 'MM eaaualtii n for all
Uie rest of England and WaR*. In there arowbok
groupe of counties whoro but a scor-^ or twu of cattle
have, been lost."
Detroit ladies, W0 regret to obser /o, have been deve-;t.
ml smuggling whisky iu their crinoline.
nEADQ'ES DEPAKTMi?NT OF SO. CA., |
Hiltom Hkao, 3. C, Nov. 19, 1865. ;
[G-f.nku.u. Orders, No. 66.]
TN OBEDIENCE 70 TUE ORDER OF THE PF.ESI
j. DENT, dated Washington, November ?tb, lHf.r?,
War Department. Adjnfcuit-Griierar? (Ji?ce. General Or
ders. No. IUI, the undersigned assumes command of the
Department of South Carolina.
Existing Ordcr.3 will reraaiu In force until otherwise
annouu"-!'.. D. S. SJICELES. Major-Goneitl.
Officiai. : W. t. 14. Bunas?, a. a. General,
November 20 3
HEADQUARTERS. FIRST SUB-DISTRICT, )
Military District ok Charchstcv, j
Cilu-.le?ton, S. C November 18, 19&>. )
; [C-kkssa.', Qborrs, No. 86J
i THOSE TRADERS WHO RAVE FAILED TO PAY TUE
Military Tax for the month t: October, are notified that
ihoy win be reonired to pay the rame bv Wednesday, the
82 I test
. rev st rSershai wCU clos-: any establishment fall
ing oompij with tl-iu order.
by orj?r of W. T. Bksxkzt.
Pr~n DrtB-??u,f,a.inirir Pont ajq 1st Sub-District.
(Ja.0. STTWRWHtr--- -
Cait. Pith N. T. Y. V. and A. A. A. G.
Ncrenborafl * 3
KSADQtJARTERS. FrivSTSTJR-DIS'T. MILITARY i
DISTRICT OP CHARLESTON.
CnanMHrdx, S. ('.. November If. lyC". !
urs>...-.r. Owen*, No. S.">.j
IN COMPLIANCE WiTU GKNERAL ORDERS. NO.
US, Kc-a-lquarters Military District of Charleston. Com
manding Offieen of Detachments of the Ashley. Cooper
md Wando Rivers, are required to station suar.l- on
those rivers, in order to prevent boats from iandiug ;it
th? Plantations, and engaging in illegitimate traffic with
the colored people: and parties mi engaged wdl be ar
rested and sent to this City for trial, and a guard placed
over the vessel and g.. od?, and the fact reported imme
diately to these Headquarters.
By order of W T. BCSKK7T,
En vet Brig.-GcE Coran: indhts Post, and 1st Sub. Dist.
GEORGE S. BURGER,
Cap?. CiL. "... V. V. v.. and A. A. A. General.
I Nr.-. mbM 20
MKDICAT- DIRECTOR'S OFFICE, D. s. CA.. I
HrcTO? Bxao. U. ft, November 12,1365. (
To THE PUBLIC.
QUARANTINE WILL COIt^'NGE TO BE as BIGID
f.Y r-nforend as formerly by the Military authority, at
the pi-rl of Ckartcntoti, a. C. Theutmoat vigilance will
be exorcised by the quarantine ofllccr, and every pre
caution taken tu i.-or.rd a^.iinnt the introduction of
Cholera, .. > has t.n eherrfscu tosmardogainat the in
troduction o; Yellow Fever; and with the strict measures
m l?ch v, ill bo esforr td by the quarantine, owl the early
and wise sanitary precautions which must lie put into
t?9CUtion in the city, it ja hoped that we will be reward
e 1 witb the same bimxms.
Instructions arc already iti force for tho strict e/tfor.v
me?t of iiuaranhno regulations nt Georgetown and Hil
ton Head. S. C. A. P. DALRYMPLE,
Surgeon V. fi. V. Acting Medical Director,
November 2? 4 Department of South Carolina.
ELECTION KOI? MI3MJCKI?.S OF CO.V.
GKESS AND CLERK OK COURT Of-' GENERAL SES
SIONS AND COMMON PLEAS.
1>EIT RESOLVED, B? TUE SENATE AND UOUSE
) Of Representative?, now ruct and sitting in General
Assembly, That au election of four Members of the
Uousu of Representative:!, in tbo O rujreoa of the United
States, for tliis RUte, shall be indu, and the .-ame is here
by ordered to be hotel, on WEDNESDAY, the twenty,
second day of Norembornext; to be couductrd by the
same Managers an A in t-onau manner an tb<: lanteiee
tion lor mi.mburs of the General Assembly: and tb? per
son having the greatest number of votes in any Con
gresaional District, shaUhe the l.eprc-sontadve of that
District in the Congress of the Chi ted States.
2. That the said Manage rs of Jileotiona throughout the
6tatei shall give public notice of such elccUoas, and on
the day Indicated shall open Fcparate polls, at their
respective preoinutu, fur oach of said ejections, j.nd shall
conduct th? samo in all respects in accordance with the
laws and u.iages of this State. ??
- 0. Vhat .mmodlaVly after c'.osiog the polls. r!?* Man
Ag<trsV*Ml count the Voice polled, and after rcaldnpr re
turns thereof, showing the number of votss polled for
each person. shaU certify the samo undnr Uieir hands,
ai:d appoint one of their nnmber to carry such returns,
with a list of the voters, and the ballots by them talon,
and report thn same to the jrenera! meeting of the Man
agers of the District; which ?tneral meetin? shall be
held at the Court House of the District on the day fol
lowing the election, except that the Manners- tor the
Election Districts t>f Berkley and Beaufort shall hold
their general meMinu' it the City of Clisrlostou mid the
Village of Glllosonviil- respectively, "u thu second day
following tho election.
4. That the Manager?, m hen so assembled in general
meeting, shall keep an account, in writing, of the num
I ber of votes which eanh person so voted for RhhU bave,
j and tihall'also traasiuit to hU Excellency tho Provisional
I (?overnor, with the ballots, a duplicate of the said oc
! count.
j 5. That the said Managers shall, Immediately after
i said meeting, tranwnit the ballots by theru respectively
: to him, to Columbia, safely and sei'urely enclosed in
; pno'-r, sealed anel ai>pre>priately endorsed, by a messcn
! sit, t" be by them appointed for that purpose, who shall
! be by them sworn to deliver, and who shall deliver the
same, with the seals unbroken, to the Secretary' of State
at Columbia, who shall deliver them to hia Excellency
the Provisional Governor.
V: That Him Excellency the Provisional Governor is
requested tc cause the ur.-.d returns to be publicly open
od, examined und counted in hi? presence at Columbia,
by three or mure Commissioners, to be by him, and un
der his band and seal, appointed for that ? urpose. and
to ascertain the number of votes given at tbo said elec
tion for any porseui, and what four persons shall have
respectively tile greatest number of votes in the several
CoiljfretJSioual Districts, and to deposit the original poll
of each of said Districts in the offico of tho Secretary ut
State; and after having ascertained that four persons are
elected, us bofuru directed, be is requested to jjiv'enotice,
: by prochuuaUon, that those persons have boon duly
j elected Members of U?e flonao of Representatives in the
I Congress of thn Uuitod States.
7. That the messengers herein provided shall be on.
j titled to receive nut of the Treasury of thj Stato a cum
pensatinn equal to five dollars per dl?m, and twont]
cents per mile gomg to and retumiug from Columbia'
anil the number of days and miles to be ascertained bj
the Secretary of State, who shall certify pay-bills inert:
for.
In accordance 'viih ti:.> above, th.. Managers of Elec
tions for i'harlesam District wi?l psy^stl to open tin
j Polls, at their tiiftufvut precincts, for a Member of Con
gress: an.I. bv resolutions of ta- Genen! Aweiahly, also
at the same time and places, for tli : ie? lion oft? t;lerl
of the Common Ploas and Unncral lie.tsiona for Charles
ton District. Polla open between the hours of "> At M
and ? P. M.
Ward >.- I?At the City Hall.
Ward No. 2?At the Cuurt House.
Ward No. :i?First Poll?At the Market.
Ward Nu. 3?Second Poll ? Patmotto Kugin? honse
.Vn?on-Btmet
Waril No. 4?First PoU ? Hcpo Fire Englue-bouso
Arclidale-strout.
Ward No. \ ?Second Poll - Engine house corner o
tier.r, .< and iMUrge streets.
Ward Ko. 6?Kagio Kugino-honse, Meeting-straet
Wurd No. 0?Washington EngimvhouBc, Vandurbomt
streot.
Ward No. 7?Engino-hnuae in Columbus-street.
Ward No. 8?Wiley's Wagun-yard, King-sixeot
K A N AO E Ii S.
WAUl) so. 1.
CHARLES LOVE. Chairman.
V. J. TOBIAS. I C. W1IXIMAX.
waiuj no. 2.
j. LEG ARE VATES. | T. A. WHITNEY.
M. BOLOEK
wash so. 3?pi aar ?tux.
J. D. MIIAJitt. I THOS. V. O'NEILL.
A. j. T1MMON8.
wavj> ko. li-.Ki'oim rci.r..
JAMES G1LULAND. | S. L. MoOWEH.
P. P. locke.
wan:) ii? 4?nHSX i'O.'.u
W. ?f. AXSON. I A \.-. DUfFCd.
& V, ERB.
w/.iiD no. 4?ftEConn toot*
J. L. PATTERSON. I A. J. BURXE,
U V. MARTIN.
WAiu> *o. ;>.
I?. C G VERB Y. I IX C. O1B80N.
ii. C. KMCKLEY.
war? no. c.
GEO S HACKER. | M. T. RARTIJ?TT.
T. L. WEBB.
WA.'Ul NO. 7.
E. 0. THARW. I J- H. SYMMES.
T. A. CONDY.
w.-.io) no h.
W. V. RUS?ELL. I W. Vf. RTM?Y.
T. e TORIjKY.
CHARLES LOVE,
Novcinhi r 18 Chairman.
if?" NOTICE 18 MKKKBY GIVEN THAT, A',
tbo noxt Session of tbo Legislature, application will b
mado for a renewal and extension of tho Charter ol th
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY COMPANY.
October 30
EXCHANGE ON NEW YU1C?.
??T SUMS TO 8UTT.
MARSHALL, BEACH & CO..
November 23 4 No. 24 Brond street.
Sterling Exchange on England
BOUGHT BY
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO.,
November 22 4 No. 2i Broad street.
EXCHANGE ON NE^ Y??k7
FOR SALE BY JAMES ADGEB & CO..
Novoml>er 22 1 No. 4? East Bay.
WANTED.
BANK NOTES. GOLD AND GOVERNMENT SECU
Kri'IJCS. AbiO, BONDS AND COUPONS;
AppfeBV) , L. OAMBRD.T,. thinker.
October 2t ? : nu ? No. 7 liiw-d-strjct.
j-f^lOT.? AN? SiLVEIt COIN. GEORGIA RAlLtTUAD
\JT and Dashing Company Notes, City of Augusta
Bonds. Apply to CONNER A WILSON.
Bankors and Brokers,
November 13 No. C Broad-sti eet
THE iiK.iiKST I'IMOE
PA ID FOR
GOLD,
SILVER ami
EXCHANGE,
AT
P. H. KEULEiV* EXCIIANOE OFFICE,
COBNEit OF KINO AND HASEL-STRE ETS.
October V' wfm
GOO), SILVER
AND
SIGHT DRAFTS,
OK
Ne wYork,?hiladelpliia & Boston.,
For .<aie by ?. IL KEGLER. Banker,
Oorc'-r of King and Hssol-strcets.
AlSO collections made nn all tbe cities in tli" Unite*!*
Status, Canada, Nassau. Ac, &c, November 16
NOTICE.
A I.BERT
J.X. citizens of Charleston that he has returned to the
city, und resumod his former business. He car. be found
at his old residence. Ne. 23 LYNCH STREET. 'J hankful
for past, favors, he will be happy to receive a coutimtanco
from his old friend-; and the public.
November 2? ' 6*
BEE AD ! I BREAD ! BREAD !
/ J1UK SUBSCRIBER HAS REOPENED THE WELXr
J. ktuwn BAKERY- No. Bfl Tradd-stieet. Families
wishing a good article of woll-bakud Loaf Bread we re
quested to leave their orders at Bakery.
He has procured competent cart drivers, and wiil de
liver Bread to any part of the city.
November 23 lmo J. c. MARSHALL.
LUMBER! LUMBER!!
VVTIC>I..I?H/*.LIf. A.1VI> HK'I'AIL.
"WTTTDE AND NARROW GROOVE AND TONGUE
FV I'LOORWG AND LINIrTff
DresHoit Shelving
Clear inch Boards, dressed
Clear ff inch, 1 <i inch, 1 inch, and 2 inch Pine
Kou^h Board?
.cut, Scantlings,
Nails, Doore
Sannes and Blinds.
W. B. REEVES.
Wharf foot Market-street.
November vi2 lmo*
A C ARD
StGNOR ALEXANDRO GAMBATI TAKES GREAT
' pleasure in Informing his friends and the public at
large, that he is now permanently located in Charleston,
ana la prepafcsl to resume his profession. Applications
for VOCAL INSTRUCTIONS, or for instructions on the
CORNET-A-PISTON or PIANO, if left at the Bookstore
of Mr. JOHN M. GREER, corner of King and Bcaufain
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. Rkevks), offers lier services
to the citizens of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL AND
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence No. 20 Scciety-strect, opposite the- High
School.
Rofers to Gen. James Simons, Dr. Wm. T. Wbaoo, T.
OlaKOE Simons, and Dr. W. M. Fitch.
November 14
GRANITEYILLE GOODS.
WE OFFER FOB SALE THE VARIOUS STYLES
of Goods manufactured by the above Company.
On hand, ?i, y? 4-4 and DriflH. for sale by piece or
Iiackage. TAFT & HOWLAND.
November 1C 7
HOUSE CARPENTERING, &c.
THE SUBSCRI3KR RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
public that he is prepared to contra.it for all kinds '.
of CARPENTER'S WORK, and will guarantee to give...
perfect satlsCacticn in all the branches of his trade.
JOHN L. McDEKMOTT,
No. 32 <Jucon-3troot, near State.
itJT Refera b?.JOHN KEKAFICK and others.
November 7 lmo'
CROCKER*! CROCKKRY? CROCKERYL"
CHINA, tiLASS, AND EARTHENWARE.
SAMPLE ROOMS. EAST BAY, OCR. ADGER'S WHARF.
Ci TEA M HO AT, RESTAURANT, HOTEL AND BOARD-.
O ING HOUSE koopers, would do well to give us a caU.,
before purchasing elsewhere.
All wares sold at New York -cash pricos.
November 17 POND A DUNCAN, Agents.
Saslies, Blinds, Saws, Cotton.
?INS, ETC.
WS ARK PREPARKD, UNDER RECENT ARUANGE?
MENTS, to furnish *t prices beyond conipctitioit^
as foi lews :
8A3H'!iS, ULINDS AND DOORS (on orders)
Saw Mills, of all iloscriptions, Portable, Ac.
Pianino* Mills
Tongue and Groove Machines
Circular Saws
Scroll Bawa
KugineB
?Ulis. OuJt
Cera Shollera.
Alidallliind^ et AORICULTUI'.AL MACH 1N PRY, upon
specifications. Descriptions given at our otllce.
TROUT A AsLSBURT,
November 7 Cor. East Buy ami Market-streets.
MERCHANTS' HOTEL STABLES,
P. L.EE, Proprietor-,
Tin. -1?) MOCIETV-STREET, NEAR ICING,
"ft HANKFUL FOR "JHK LIBERAL PATRONAGB
J. h;? has received, he begs to inform the nubile that
he has extended inn business, and la now prepared to
furnixl bem wllh good isarriages, liuggies and Uaddlo
L'orses. Ho also provides seme very lino ml comfort-*
able * oacho? l'Or railroad and steamboat calls. Funeral*
supplied with go.ui llearsra and Carriages. Aluoeick:
and tame horses attended to.
November 11 lmo*
southern"
advertising agesvcy.
ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED ON TUR MOST
reasonable terms for the LEADING NEWSPAPER!
in the South. Specialen copies can be seen by applying
to HORACE P. HUGO.
P. O. Box 211. No. 108 Market-street
Advertisers will do well to call. September 13

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