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VOLUME rv.
HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
TELEGRAPHIC.
Our Cable liUimti lire.
FA ut H. July 13_Tho Fruueb Government, hoar
ing nothing from Its Mexican Mitunter silice HMS
capturo of tho City of M?xlco, is about scuding n
et ron g fleet to Vera Cr rx to protect Itiui, or lo re?
sent any indignities oflbrod him.
FLOBEJSCE, July 13.-It ia stated lint Oaribal
dians nro uicnnciug thc city of Velorio.
St. l'ETEtusnono, July 14.-Bakatora adrice? stato J
that tho Hessian troops stormed Kahn's entrenched
camp, gaining a great victory. 1 . ?
1'AUIS, July 14.-Tho romer-stuuu uf thc Fro
teataut Church for tho Americana was laid yester?
day, with appropriate ceremonies. ; . J
FnANKrortT, July H.-Booda 77.J. '
"Washington Krna
WASHINGTON, July 13.-Th c following is tho text
cf tho Bill as it passed both Houses:
Bo it cnaclod by tho Sonata and HUIIHC or Rep?
resentatives of th? United State-tin" Aiuorica, ill
Congi i nn assembled, That il is hereby declarad tu
havo bcon tho truo intent and nu nnin,; of j
tho Act ut 2d day of Murch, 1807, entitled mi
act to pr?vido for tho moro ofllcioiil government of |
tho robol States, and of thc uct mipplciuentnry
thcrcto, paesed on tho 23d day ot March, 1RG7,
that tho governments then existing In tho rebel
Statoa of Virginia, North Carolina, South Caroli?
na, Qcoigia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Tex?
as and Arkansas, were not loyal Stato govcrinrulH,
and that, therefore, said government*, if contin?
ued, woro continued uubject in all respecta to thu
military commanders of thc raapactiro diutricla,
and to tho paramount authority ol Congress.
SEC. 2. That tho commander or any district
named in said act eholl have power, subject loathe
disapproval of %-^?f?\ 'f? d?Bv^^"whoh
over in tho opiuion of auch commander, tho, proper {
administration of enid net shall require it to Hus?
tend or remove from ofllco or iroui thc pciTor
nianco of oflicial dutieu and tho exorciso of ufliciul
powers, any ofllcor or person holding or exercising
or profuBsing to hold or oxcrciao any civil or mili?
tary ofllco or duty in such district, uudor any pow?
er, election, appointment or authority derived
from or granted by or claimed under any so-mllcd
Stato or tho government thereof, or any municipal
or other diviaion thereof; and upon auch suspen
aion or removal auch commander, aubjocl.to thu
disapproval of tho general aa aforesaid, (theil havo
power ?o pr?vido from limo lo timo for tho'perfor?
mance of tho sold duties of snch'ofllccr or person
so suspended or removed by thc detail of some
competent officer or eoldicr of tho ai my, or by tho
appointment of some oilier persons to pei form thu
numil, and to Hil vacancies occasioned by dentil,
its ig na I ion or other wino.
SEO. 9. That tho General of tho arni: nf tho
United States shall bo roroutcd with all tho pow?
ers of ausponaion, removal, appointment and dc- I
tail gullied in tho preceding section to district
commanders. ... " 1
Bsa. 4. And be it further enacted, Tlint tho nets
of tho ofCcors of tho anny already ?lone in remov?
ing in said districts persona excrciaing tho tuite
Muns of civil oflicora and appointing utberu in
thoir atcad aro hereby continued ; provided, t'mt
any poraon bcrotofuro or hereafter appoiutud by
any district commander to excruiso tho functions,
any ai vii ofllco may bo robinvcd either by tho
military nfllccra in command of tho district or hy
tho general of tho army, and it shall bo tho duty of J
such commandera lo rumovo from ofllco, an afore?
said, all persons who oro disloyal to tho Govern?
ment of tho United Blatos, or who uso their offieial
influence in any manner to binder, delny, provent
or obstruct tho uso and proper administration of |
thia Act aud Acta to which it is supplnmcntal.
SEC. 6. That tho boards of registration provided
for iu tba aot entitled an art supplementary to an
act entitled an act to pr?vido tor tho moro i HU ii.nl
government of tho Rebol States, passed March
23d, 1807, shall havo power and it shall bo thoir
duty befuro allowing tho registration of any per?
son, to a certain upon Buch fae tn or information
aa tiioy can obtain, whether euch person is enti?
tled to be registered under said adc, and Lim oath
required by said act shall not bo conclusivo on
euch question, and no person shall bo registered
until anea board ehhtygdocido that li' is entitled
thereto, .and s neb board oh all also bavo power to
examino, under oath, to bo minimini ero i by any
member of euch boar I, any ono touching tho" |
qualification of any person claiming registration ;
but in ovary oaao of a relus cl by tho board to" rog
iater an applicant, aud in every caso of striking
bbs nanto t?om tho hst, aa hereinafter ju o wiled,
thu board ahall make a nato or memorandum;
which eMail ba returned, with tho registration list,
to thc commanding goncral of tho ihut ?et, Hutting
forth tho grounds of auch refusal or auch striking
from tho list ; provided, that no person ahull
bo diequaliflod aa mumbcr of any board of regie
tratiou by raison of raco or color.
SEO. G. That tho truo intent and 'meaning of tho
oath prescribed in said supplementary act, ia,
among othor things, that no person who has been
a member ot tho Legislature of any State, or who
has bold any oxcoutivo or judicial office in any
State, nhetb r ho baa taken an oath to. support
tho constitution of tho United States or not, and
whether ho waa holding such ofllco at tho com?
mencement of tho robelhon, or hud held it before,
or who wan afterwards ongagod in insurrection or
r?bellion against' tho United States, or giving aid
or comfort to tho enemies thoreof, ia entitled to
bo registorod or volo; and tho word "oxcuutivo or
judicial ?frico in any Stato," in said oath mention?
ed, shall bo construed to include nil civil ofliccH
created by law for tho administration nf any gene?
ral law or a Stato, or for tho administration of
justice
Ssc. 7. That tho timo for completing tho original
registration provided for in aoid act may, in tho
discretion of the count andor of any district, bo
extended lo the first day or October, 1867, and tho
boards of registration idiall havo power, and it
ahall DO thoir duty, commencing fourteen dayu
prior to any election uudor said act, and upon rea?
sonable public notice of the timo and placo there?
of, to renae for a period of flvo divs tho registra?
tion list?, and upon being satisfied {bat any person
not ontitled thereto has boon registered, to ntriko
the naroo of auch person from tho list: and mich
board ahall, also, during the sanio period, add to
snob, registry tho names of all pomona who, at any
'tune, possess tho qualifications required by uaitl
act who havo not boon already registered, and no
person ?hall ot any time bo entitled to bo reg?a?
te rod or to volo by roason of any oxccutivo pardon
or amnesty for any act or thing which, without
such pardon or amnesty, would disqualify him
from registration or voting.
??c B. That seotion lour of eaid faut named net
shall ba construed to authorizo tho commanding
general named therein, whonovor ho tthnll deem it
needful, to removo any member of a board bl regis?
tration aud to appoint another in his stead auuf to
fill any vacanoy in such board.
Bao. 9. That all members ot such boards of re?
gistration and all persons her'; after oleo ted or ap?
pointed to ofllco lu said military distrie.ts, under
auy so-callad 8. ato or municipal authority, or by
detail or appointment ot tho district commandera,
shall bc required to toko and to subscribe, tho oath
of ofllco proscribed by law for officers of tho United
States.
SEO. 10. That no district commander or member
of the board of registration, or any of tho ofllcore
or appointees acting uudor thom, shall bo bound
in bis aotion by any opinion of any civil ofllcor of
tho United States.
SEO. ll. That all tho provisions of thia nut. and
?tft.wi?flb luis is supplementary, ohail bo
construed litoroUy lo tho ona "tuai, "ll tho nilones
thereof may be fully and perfectly carried out.
A hugo mass of corrospondunco between tho
Administration, Gen. Grant, and district com?
manders have boon made public ; but aa tho launce
involved havo all bcon decided by tho bill < He
graphed last night, it is not thought wor;h whilo
lo burdon tho wires with it.
The correspondence shows that Cien. Grant was
strongly inclined toward the Istitudo claimed by
commanders under tbo old bills.
A bill paasod tho House appropriating $1.G75,
000 for reconstruction.
Buring thu discussion Eldridge spoko about tho
extravagance of district coinmaudora, alluding to
Sicklou aa a grouter harloquin than tho command?
er at Now Orleans, aud nod road by Ibo Clerk a
newspaper artiolo, speaking of displays mado by
Bieldos, riding round Charleston in a coach and
four.
Bingham replied, that il was fitting that a man
who lost his leg In dofonco of his Uovoramont
should ride In a coach and four.
Nothing important transpired in tho Sonate, ex?
cept tho vassago of the Bccoiislruction Bill, widen
g ooo to the President.
Raymond waa nominated for Austria, Bancroft
for Prussia.
It is now positively known that tho State De?
partment will await further devolopmoutu bofuro
form ally monng In Santa Anna's caso.
. Thu reconstruction bill was sigurd by tho pro
for ofilccru of both houses, and prcsoutod to tho
roelden t.
In tho Boneo to-day a petition from the L?gisla?
ture of Arkansas, for an appropriation to iraprovo
tho Mississippi lovoo, received a voto ol CO to 48,
and waa roforred to tho Comm iltco on Appropria?
tions. Ito reception waa opposed on tho ground
that Arkansas waa net a Stale, abd tho I/Ogiela
ture could not petition.
Tho schooner Bergin, from Charleston for Boa
ton, lua- led with cotton :.nd rosin, waa burned at
sci. Tho orov narrowly escaped in a boat, aud
wero picked up and brought hero by tho schooner
Silvan, Capt. Blanchard.
'tho Elmira otothera fix the dato of Kurrali'a
prcsonco in ibelr atoro from tho following facts:
On the 12tb one of tho parlnora luit for Now York
and returned on tho 15th. Lbtrtng lils alucnco,
bun-alt v,siled tho storo to havo clothing niiulu,
but the tailor did not havo the kind of malcr?a!
wanted.
Tne aW>i ls regardod as absolutely osUbhaliod.
Miss Olivia Jenkins examined.-A nioco of Aire
Burrett's alopt with her during most of tho time:
heard none of tho pointed remarks to which YVoich.
man aweara; on tho night or tho 14th Mrs. BuiTatt
showed no unusual oxo lemont.
Witneaaes from bnrrattsvillo tesliflcd that Mrs.
Shrratt oaino thoro on tho 14th to gol aomo inunoy
duo her.
Eridenco that abo was prcssod by a'|>orson in
tho neighborhood to whom abo owed rooney waa
excluded.
Tho i PIM M UT ortho Cnn.and ai gua Hotel, with tho
?tamo of John Harrison registered on tho 1Mb, waa
produced in court. Tho dvtbuco inaiatcd, and
ptosccutioii objected, that tho 'register should go
otliojury. . j, i,
Tlic Court reserved n decisinn, and adjourned.
WASIH.NO nw, Juiv lt.-Generals s mt), TH mid
iluford, .--iit to tho Indi in country to examino and
report upon tho slutu of allans, represent that tho
hostilities al Tort Phil Kenrnoy wera caused by an
attempt, through orders fruin General I'opo, lo
cst?obali military posts to (ho injury nf tho Hunt?
ing Grounds. T'lioao officers and th? Colorais-inner
ur Itidiau aflhirs rondaran ibo prosecution of n
goncrui war, and show that Tor. a comparativo)?
?mftll Kimi p.. iee can tm obtained nmuiig all thu
trillos. Thu CuiuiiiiHHionerM recommend jualico to
Indians, nud iiidctuuity fur villages sud other pro?
perly wantonly du .1 ruy od.
i Tho Vico-Cbnsul at Havana .oflicislly reporta
Hint Yellow Fever cxials tliero with muoli viru?
lence.' ' . lt .' I f ?tj
i lt is expeejod. Hint tho iTooIilc?r'a voto to tho
Supplemental Reconstruction Dill will bo sont in
on TuiMilny, is hen C'ongresH, alter pubbing it ovor
lits veto, will ndjouru. . . . A " '
Thu .Mexican Mimstor hero donica Uint Sonor
Allaiiinriano, whoso newspaper article, anvorely
commenting on Ibo 'interposition of tho United
Slate* in behalf ol' Maximilian, lias been exten?
sively published, is a member or Juarez' Cabinol,
au lias boen charged.
A lenglliy iiietnoruutlum baa boon leaned from
tho Ht uto Deportment answering Napthagyia'
niiplic.ition fur Huit?n Auiin'H relier, giving a dotail
o.l account or tho latter'? movamonts and pur
poso ?. Tho douitmcnt is signed by Air. Howard,
and concludes : "Upon this raview of tho mets, it
?cums proper that tho (iovoruuioiit abould wait
for flintier and moro dellnito information boforo
cnlorinir upon cointuutiicntion iii relation to. tho
complaints of Mr. Naplhogyia with Ibo Uovorn
mi ?I ol Mexico. Th nt nation Hoi-inn nt leal lo hmo
trititr plied over.nil of its internal and loreign ouc
lnics, and td havo' leached a criais where, if loft
clone, it may bo expected to rostoro tranquility,
mid tu reorganizo itself on n permanent- founda?
tion of union, freedom mid republican guvorn
munt. Only eomo great national injury }n[n'l'J5i,if
"tt0"??/ ?^Wi^wMt?^i? unfriendly nttitud'o
BMETaDIa itcpublic of Mexico."
Mr. Soward a Kn sayo, that during a considerable
partof (ho limo in which Moxtoa has boch tho
theatre of civil war, an armod military and naval
lurcc han b eui inaintaincd by tho United Staten on
thc Kio ( ir i mle mid iii thu waters around th' ports
of Mexico, among other piurposos.'toprovont and
defeat tho iuvnaiuu of that republic uv any mili
l:iry and naval expeditious which inighl bo sot on
loot in tho United Status. ,
' From It tell mo n il.
IIIOIIMOND, YA., July 13.-Registration closed in
(btu city to-day.' Tho colored majority is 1119.
A company, villi 6^28,000 capital paid up, was
formed to-dny, for tho pm-posu uf purchasing land
in Virginia fur tho creation uf manufactories and
dovuloning tho mineral ro3ourcea of tho Hiato.
H.S. llanillo, ol Ohio, is Pt'cBidcnt, and Thoa. H.
Wynne, uf Virginia, Secretary.
. ' \ 1 ." Fi bili Vlrxrlulxt. .
HicnilOKD, July 12.-Tim cons enti m mot at thc
Wliito Hu Ijtliui'Hprings to devi JO means lor tho
completion ot' thu Covington and Ohio road, to tim
Ohio/ivor, adjourned yesterday after .a twu day?'
s OMS io.*. ' . ?.' "' ?
(iliio, Kentucky, and eleven counties of West
Virginia, and niuo counties of Virginia, woro rop
rcHoutcd by two hundred dologates. dov. 1'icr
puint presided. Several capitalists .wem pi emeu t
iront Now Yoi-!, mid Philadelphia.. On taking tho
chair, Gov. I'icrpoiiit litado n speech, predicting
that If the building ortho road waa jiersovored in,
Ibo Fcdcial (loieminent would nil it and lay n
douille track to incut tho demand ol' tho (great
West.
TllO committee rei mr (cd r?solu linns, ono of thom
d. .clarine, that live militons Bhou'd bo raised fur tho
completion ur tho rund bv Virginia) and Wost Vir?
ginia.
During tho debate, Mr. Williams, ol Orconbn'er j
county, donatod fivo thousand acree bf laud to
building tho road, and another gentleman became
otiu ur a hundred to aubacribu flvo thousand, dol?
lar? enuh. ' ? i
A telegram to tho Dispatch says tho cOmmittco's
r. m ilut io ii H wcro adopto J, and (lio convention ad?
journed sine die.
Meeting? of citizens wero held in Happahminock
county and Dnuvillo yesterday, at which tbs lte
pubiican platform waa adopted, and dulovatcs ?ant
to thu August convontlon in lliubutond. ? Hon.
Thoa. H. Flout nov and the Hon. Wm. M. Trcdway,
bulli ux-mainbcra or Congress, participated'in tho
latter meoting.
Tho Whig has account? or various other meetings
uf uiinilar character iu tho Btato. ?
From Nc iv York. |
NEW YOUE, July 13.-Two .Mexican flllibuatoring
expeditioiiH aro un'foot hero. Ono in JJiilTalu I?
niling up rapidly. - ? ....... j
' I'lOlll I'riliii)lviliilu
LANOASTEU, PA,, July 13.--Th? boil ja iuf thc
cotton mill i 11 ile. Iud lu-?lay; nutt of tim'boilers was
carried over n square, i Tho ohgmccr waa hilled.
Tho Huporiutoiidont's toga and ono nrm woro
broken; ?moral women woro scolded, and a con?
siderable portion of tho factory is iu ruins.
From tho West. '
WA Gin sn TON, July 13.-Further account* or tito
Fort Wadaco light say six cavalrymen wore killed.
Thu Holdiors wcro driven into tho fort. A non?
commissioned nltlcor wu? capture J, tortured and
niiiissatod. '
Thivlcon negro soldiers havo died of cholera al
Fort Harker. _
From Mobile. 1
Monii.e, July 13.-Two huudrcd and ti i itv-six
whiles and ono thouBand four hundrod and twonty
fottr colored reg i a lured in tito aovonth ward Ibis
weak; total number registered tn tho eily, fivo
thousand eight hundrod and four tenn.
Ucorgo H. Hilliard, floor inspector, shot hiineelf I
to-day._
From l ex ii a.
GALVESTON, July 12 -Two registers of tho
Washington (TexaH) district woro ?hot yesterday
and badly wounded.
NEW ORLEANS, July 12.-In Galveston uo casos
of jullul, fuvcr havo occurred iu eight ur ton days.
Dimialchoa from military hoadquartora from In
diauola roport Ibo incroaso of tho cpidomia Ibero
among citizens; uo caaos among tho troops: fivo
rasca occurred, each on tho Sd and 4th. There
wcro (Ivo deaths out of a hundred and twenty
casca. Physicians disagree ?a to tim character of J
tho (Uncase.
From California.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13.-In conacquonc? of a
bad break, Yollow Jnckot Mining Blocks aro goner
ally lower ; Yellow Jacket sold, to-day at WOO, a
declino of $700 within a few days.
Mellion matters.
NSW OBXEAXB, July 13.- lim following procla?
mation is hoing i ire ula ted on tho Rio (iranda
border :
Americans : Shall a civilizo 1 people of a great
nation stand pensive, and by their sifones assent to
tho mont barbarous act of tho nineteenth century,
tho butcho y, in cold blood, by a mongrel race of I
Gud-fui salton wretches, of a man who, by. treach?
ery, became a prisoner or war ? For wbat olso was
Maximilian but a prisoner of .nir ? Ho waa cer?
tainly util a Uh hi i H ter, for ho would not onnaonl to.
become their Emperor until a largo and poworful
delegation of tho representatives of Ibo Mexican
government trailed on him in Europe and proaaod
his accoptauco of tho Mexican Crown, ami which
ho only accoplod after much reluctance.
History teacncs that tho Mexican pcopto- for
no.u ly tho last century havo li con incapable of solf
govorniucnt, while Maximilian hon shown to tho
world that ho waa tho boat ruler thoy over had,
and was doing all that a wiso man could do to de?
velop tho rei, o u re ea of that country until he tra s cd
by a Judas Iscariot, in whom ho bad trusted.
Maximilian waa ono of nature's noblemen, be
caunu nu .... ." ayjnuai?tl HirinUangciitlemui,and
ull Ino nct3 woro high toned, cmvoirio ono ucuuni
iug tho bro! her of au Emperor. Ho waa a bravo
man, and died aa a pearl sacrillced to licastlv swine.
Tho civilized world will honor and rovoro bia mern-,
ITV fur bia many virtues for agsB to como, while- il|
will shrink .with horror and detestation from tbo
perpetrators of thia most dastardly ontrago of
modern history.
Americans I Tho blood hound Escobado has in?
solently and defiantly declared to tho world that
boforo closing his mili ta ry caraar ho hopea to MO
tho blood uf ovory luroignor spilt that rosidca in
hia country. Shall this bo so? Ont with this rout
blot that stains tho American continent. Lot us
mcot in our strength that wo may give public ox
prcsalou io our indignation, and lot it tall on these
who. In tho oyes of tho christian world, are mor?
ally responsible for (ho death of Maximilian.1 Yoe,
even though it fall upon a Secretary of State,
whose little bell, alas I did not tinkle lo nave tho
lifo of uno of tho boat mon that ovor lived. Honor
to whom hottor is duo, but lot justice be done
though tho hoavona should fall.
(Signed) . A NATIVE OF NEW. YORK.
Marine News, (
NEW YORK, Jnly 13.-Arrivod-Ty boo, from Cal?
veston ; Hibernia and Herman, fruin F.uropo.
M nu ILK, July 13.-Tho steamer Hod Gauntlet
sailed thia morning with 110 emigrants for Brazil.
Domestic Markets.
Kf^v YORK, July 13.- Htoika strong. Money,
5aG. Gold, 1391. Sterling unchanged, 'b2 cou?
pons, lill. Flour20c. belier on higher grades.
I Whoat limier and vory quiet. Corn dull and nomi?
nally unchanged. Ilico dull. Fork untiultlod at
12310a23 AO. Lard atoady at ll jal2|. Cotton
dull at 2ua2(iL Turpentine' Armor nt 67a58. ItoBin
steady. .i . <
EVEN rSO DiaPATOTI.
Cotton ia without docidod chango; nales or 1200
bolos al 2ua2t??. Htato Flour (7 luall 25. Wheal
a alindo firmer. Com favors buyers; Mixed West?
ern tl 09. Whiskey ?Loadv. Pork clubed heavy at
$23 15. 1. ird ll|al3. Naval Stores. firm. Oro
cor en quiet. Froighta quiot.
W ILMINGTON, July 13.-tiplrits Turpentine firm,
C0c., country packages. Hooin steady, $2 G5a? 75.
Corn firm, fl U3al 09.
MODIXB, July 13.-Cotton-SalOB ISO bales;
prieo? irregular: better grades vory elarco: Low
Middling un. liccr-iptd for two day?, 09 balea.
NEW UBLEANS. July 13.-Cotton-Sak-a 1050
bale? ; low middling, 22]a23*t ; receipts, 470 bahs;
exports, 4309 bales. Sugar and Molassos un?
changed. Flour quiet ; snpor, $11 : choice extra,
$18. Com quiet and firm ; mixou und .yellow,
$1 25; white, $1 85., Oats finn al 87}. Fork firm
at?2i75. Lard quiet ; tierce hold at 12| ; keg,
13], Oold, 1 Wi. t ter ling, 63a58f. , Kow York
sight, Jti| proinfuri,
HAVANNAU, July'13.-Cotton in fair donand;
sales 288 babs ; middling 23 \ receipt a '/li, liles, .
ON Tt?V' ?"?e,..
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DABIJNOTON, B. C., July, 1807.-. ^Qi}
said, boro omi claowhorc, spociaUy by w?
dcclaimors in thc North, lu rcforonco to tho Hu
lingncsa of Southern landholders to rent or sell
land to tho negroes. Thcro was truth in this stalo
mont, and Ihoro was falsehood. Tho very troth
itaolf proved a faliohood, cr cqulvalont tc ?Ilu its
otTcct, because a portion only of tho truth was rc
portod; a moro douial to rent or sell to negroes,
without Riving tho causo? _ opor?tinR ai prohibi?
tivos. It may not, perhaps, lie gouoiully known,
that tho contrary was triod- In many caaes during
tho past year; that plan tere rented out landa to
freedmen, tho ront to bo paid in a stipulated sbaro
of tho crop. But tho resulta woro not encourag?
ing. Tho freedmen, unaccustomed to oxoroiso
control over themselves or tholr families, in many
casca did uot work etoadily. - Uth?rn,(again, being
in too groat hasto to gol rich, and novor having
had to cxcroiHO thoir judgments hoforo in planning
work, thoy undertook too mnoh/n'hil too many
things, and tho natural conscuuor.co WSH that tho
crop BtitTorctt. A;totat want- of capital," however,'
ls tho greift drawback to oil attoh olTorla. Thoy
lack almost ovorything. If by dint of Industry
thoy should havo uocutnuliltoj, or it thoir former
0 wno rs should loan them a sufllcionl sam to onablo
them lo purchase tho most indiaponsablo implo
iiKiiit i, noil perhaps, aleo, a mulo, or broken donn
plow or dray horne, thoy aro without tho necessa?
ry provisions to support thomaolvos and animals
during tho winter, spring and suramor months,
l'eme voi nuco ie not n marked cliaraotoristio of tho
negro race and in mau v cases whoro thov I??-- "uun
battling with 11>>??" ?-DC,oro ,hc cron
?wi nan made, thoy would bo discouraged, and
not tiiifroquontly abandon thu wholo enterprise.
In aamo cases, which ramo to my cognizance,
it ls but fair lo say, negroes, working on rented
land, wcro aucccBBfnl, paid thoir rent, and had tho
satisfaction upon Bottling, to And somotliing on
tho credit eldo of tho balan?a sheet. Tboso, how
over, aro tho exception.-. Tho greatest difficulty,
porhapa, in thia wholo mut tor is tho want of coun?
don -o of tho planter in tho freedman, knowing
him, aa ho doo3, to bo in most casos altogether
unreliable'. If tho frcodinon will ehow that they
aro alive to tho binding force of a contract, and
will work as Btcadily and faithfull' on thoir own
account, as under tho directo .nd control of
tho overseer, thia difficulty will bo In a groat
inoasuro romoved. There will ho kindness and
mutual confldenro, redounding to tho advan
tago of both, and a good understanding be?
tween tho two moos, which will cement a bond
of perpotual nnion and peace.
Tho plnntcro up hero aro getting somewhat ros
tivo under tho ovordc-so of lecturing, which has
bcou administered to them by nowspapor men and
public speakers. Thoy think they understand
"tho situation ;" and moro than that thoy aro
quito willing to "ocoopt*' it. Thoy aro fully olivo
to tho fact thal " tho day for largo plantations is
past," mid that "land should bo cultivated In
small tracts." And in fact thcro aro row who aro
not willing to Boll a part'of their land, if a pur?
chaser can bo found. This is precisely os any
sen :iblo man, knowing' tho circumstances of tho
case, would conclude. Many of onr pcoplo oro
heavily in debt, and havo largo landed possessions,
1 yielding tl nun littlo or no return ; what moro
natural, thoroforo. than that tboy should omloa
vor to diminish their debts ami increase thoir
penco and comfort hy soiling a part of their landed
oslato to Bruah soltlers, and thus by tho moro in
oroaao of population lu any givon space of country
enhances fho value of tho remainder of their lands
very considerably.
clo with rogard to tho renting of laud. 'Thoro
aro few who would not ho willing to rent out a
portion'of their lands" If 'they could find, persona
who, in tho oxoroiso of ordinary, prudence, they
could ho lcd lo think would work tho land lo any
advantago, and pay tho rent. Tho partios who
offer, as a rulo, both black and white, ara oithor
unskilled, known to>ho poor managers, and devoid
alike of iutolliganco and - ontorprioo. And In tho
few casos wherp Uinsn .disabilities'dd uot obtain,
they"aro et ill v. ttbnnt tim liccoeaary capital, small
ovon though that .may bo rated. This is indeed
tho ono great drawback to tho execution of all
such schamcB. Thc operatives havo neither
capital nor credit, aud tho planter, from tho very
ont um of tho caso, can havo no security for Uio
payment of his rout ; and barely ohio to help him?
self, ho is uot in a condition, certainly not at this
timo, to m uko ad vaneas'of monoy, or oven lond his
credit to his "dionis."
Tho conditions of tho country, social, political,
and moro especially financial, for the present, at
least, prevent thc carrying into effect of any ex?
tended schomo of colonization. Tho land hero ia
usually in largo plantations, with only ono sot of
buildings or "improvements," ss they aro initially
callad. Now, if a portion at ono of tho distal ex?
tremities is rcutod out to a laborer or small far?
mer, there is neither houso, bara or stable. Tho
landowner is too much reduced in moans at prc
sont to nndortako such a task himself. I".von if ho
saw that, by adopting such a courso, his land
would be cortainly remunerativo In a fow yearn,
the low stat) of his exchequer would be a positivo
voto to any snch wiso and benevolent enterprise
For not only would this outlay yield uo immediate
i 'turn ; such an onUrpriso would moreover no
cossitato a considorablo additional annuli outlay
for sovoral yoars to come.
Very fow purchasers have offered, who have any
means whatever. Flouty of freedmen can bo
found, willing lo buy on credit, and of conrao un?
able to givo security for oven tho eventual pay?
ment of tho purchaso monoy.
Thoro is, therefore, littlo encouragement thus
far for tho parcelling out of lands, tho turning of
largo plantations into small farms. Wo have no
doubt, whatever, that in timo thia will come to
poss, but it mnat necessarily bo a measure of stow
and gradual progress. Tho freedman, Uko thc
laboring population of tho 'North and of other
countries, must learn industry and economy be
foro ho can step Into tho dignity of landed pro?
prietorship. Ho must endeavor, by frugality and
thrift, first to lay by a littlo monoy and got a
"start," otherwise his too sanguino hopes of onc?
ease aa an independent agrionlturiat will como lc
naught. ;
Thoro is, in my opinion, entirely too much im
portan co attached by tho freedmen to the poBBCa'
alon of land. Man nevor is, but aireys to bi
blessed. It is hence natural for tho landless t<
desire a atrip of soU in thoir own right, and tho;
expect Bavant.*? fruui ouali nrODriotorshlp Wlllcl
can bo roalizcd in hut very fow casca. In conn
trios Uko Franco, Belgium and Won torn Germany
whero land is divided and mil-divided, and land
lords can bo found owning an eighth of on acr<
only, tho laboring olassos and. small propriotori
(hero ono and tho same) find it perhaps mor
difficult to Uvo than tho peasantry of any othe
country in Europo. Thoy contract debts, mort
gogo tholr litUo land, and unablo to rodoom it, a
must necessarily happen lu very .many- instance!
they aro soon without land again,'aud much mor
vexotl in spirit than If thoy had ncvor owned any
A fow apcculstois and money 1 endors in thin mat
ner can soon purchaso a wholo province, dislric
or Stato.
Bat auppoeo, with a viow of proventing this ur
doairable result, tho Legislature onsets a homt
stead law, exempting from oxoo.ttlon a corta!
mim ?mum of land. This will oxeroisc no influent:
upon tho Indolent or thrifUess laborer, and mat
him industrious or economical. Tho only certa!
Inflnonco lt will havo Is that it wlU dobar him froi
gottingony credit, Just as wo may supposo mm
havo boon tho caso (n Judon, whero landed po:
sessions reverted to thoir original allotted ownoi
every seventh year. Tho lnovitablo oinscquonc
of courr o waa that whon "sold" in tho aixtb yoi
thoy could only bring tho equivalent of ono year
rout of tho land. No logal fiction can, for af
length of timo, alter tho standard of valno; and
tho ht niggle between capital and labor, oaplti
always and everywhere, in tho end carries tho da
I am tempted hero to quoto the philoaoph
HEID, whoso language I am of courso awaro I a
Homowhr.t wresting from Ita trna intent, whon a
plying lt. to thia question. REIS eaya: "Wo pc
colvo not material Ulinga Immediately-lt la thc
ideas, which aro tho immediate object? of o
thoughts-and lt Is in tho Idea of ovoryHiing tb
wo percoivo ita properties." It ls the idea ot
thing, and not tho thing itself, whloh a elites upi
Uio imagination and runs away with lt, enttn
untrammelled by pru Jerroo or Judgment. So it
with the Idea of Uio possession of land, which la
prosent viewed through Uio golden medium ol
Uroly, almost Infantino fanny; and it ls Ulta piotr
ol proprietorship, and its many blissful roaul
thit oxerplaoa John' Lacilani-w hie. Lt ca naos h
", . .? 1
to OYerCBthnalo Ibo liona, nuil bu eom'Bponiliugly
solicitous for its nltsincioiit.
TUo homestead uxpuriuient willi rrooilinon in
now hoing tumlo in Morilla, whcru tho United
/tics dovcrninont lias KV tl kid a number of cmi
,.rania from lliis and adjoining ?latos, donating
farms or oighty acres eat*.' Tho result ia precisely
wliat ovoryman of discernment anticipated, vin:
thoy aro destitute, and ultogothcr dependent upon
government rations for tupport. A man mu?t bo
taught to valuo properly, oilier? iso it will ho of
lillie tu-n ico to liim, and Ibo beal cUuoatiuii of C u
kind.unquestionably is acquired in Ibo prouvas of
working for whatever lie makes.
TUo jKior mar. in Hie country, it matters not
wbotber bo la black or while, must do ns poor mon
do in tho city, work io tho boat of ability', mid on
do'avor to got tho best price bo oan fur bis lnlmr,
bo careful ,and economical, and . nnvo spmothing
of bin oaniings. In duo connu of liirtn bo will
bo ablo to hunch hu own bntk, if un ini/iuod,
and If bo continues In tho exorcise bf tho
samo good qualities that helped him Urns hi', ho
may reasonably expect to got on ann lie Hiicccsaful
tn whatovcr fluid or onlpfprmo hu embarks.
TllAVELLER.
[From the stu. rican Churchman.]
Insure In th? World lil a tu ml I.lfu Insurance
Company, Hew York.
A sAcnai nen.
"alon 8honhl oflun bo put in roninnihniuco lo
Uko order for tho nenin* ,,.lV,'',^,'';">iK>,ral ca?
tates, whilst then gr?* .iealth."-Ordits/u,
,^^ft?^t*^t?^?^rtW<* 'ho clergy fall
..i luiiiiiing thia brauch of duty. Wo do not silbido
to tho fuel now, however, fur Ibo purposo or limp?
ing fault with our brotaron: but only, in' order to
justify oursslrca hi bringing Ibo subject ur Lifo
insurance into nur oditorial cohunns.
V'n du not boliov o tint it is possiblo for na to
say anything now upon this subject.
Although, howovur, uro cnn guy no moro than
bun boeli already said, aud uaid letter, bv many
othorB-utill it may bo iu our powor to do sumo
good, if only, by agitating tho uubject, nnd pro
uoullng it to some, pei haps, who havo uovor yet
given it much, UT any, serious cn tm i deration.
And it is a subject, which comes very legitimate?
ly within tho acopo of a Itoligiotis Paper; iuaMumcli
aa it runs parallel willi Oh ri nt ?an dutios of tho first
itnDorUinco.
' For wo hold, that ibero ia no social duty of
proa tor vr night -roue, ?hieb in moro strictly bind*
mg upon every hoad of ? bnusobnld-than that or
providing, not morclv for tho pr?sent, but tor tho
BtrospccJee anti possible needs, nf thoeoj ' who, in
ho Frovidonoo of dod,'look up to him; for sup?
port and protection.
Anti wo think that wo havo St. Paul with -UH,
whorobeaaya:-"If anv pr?vido not, for his own,
and specially for thone, nf his own house, ho halli
denied tho. I'll tili, anti in worso than an iufidol."
1 Tim. v. 8. I
Happily, however, it ia so ordered, that in all or?
dinary coseu, the natural impul os of fooling and
nffoction, in this matter, run parallel with tho de?
mands ot duty. So (hat-at leant, na regarda a
caro for tho prospective iiitorcata of one'* family,
which involvos tho Principio of Lire Insurance- if
tho diu y bo neglected, auch neglect will bo found
to ariao, in a vost majority of casern, not from want
>r natural affection, nor from any doubt about tho
moiimbout obligation.-; but simply, fruin thu hct,
that oithor tho matter has never lu ni lukun into
loriou-t considornliou-or, having been considered,
ind perhaps dotcnninod upon, it bas boon put
taido from timo to lime; and so, tho duty utill ro?
mains unperformed.
But ts not delay, in a matter of snob oxtronio
.mp?H lauen, tn it.'rtf murnini t How Icrriblo
must bo tho self upbraiding* of a mau, who-well
knowing that a mortal illness overtaking him, or a
'atal accidout bofalling him, in depriving bia wiro
ind children of their natural protector, would, al
ho Hanni limo, cast thom, pei nu les;, ami un p. 11
ridod fur, upon tho cold charity ot a scjllah worl l
-anil cnnsc:ous, too, that, ut n small fi nc ri tko, bo
night havo provided for such a contingonby-,.\\ds
\\msclf d.V'".7i willi his duty undone !
Dearly thu unhappy man lovoa bin wife and
children I Gladly would ho lay down his Ufo fur
hone objects of bis tendercet affutitiou, if, by so do?
ng ha might but ?couru them from utter, fxiveity
ind desolation I /Jul il ls too late! I ?uno never
io return is th ) opportunity of Raving thom fruin
.ho misery of dopondone.O-and, it uiay bo-of
nnrhiwj wanl 1 .
This is an argument which all can understand:
ind which, therefore, can reach tito hearts mul
ioiiscionccs of all.
Wo havo said thus tnuah ?pan tho mibject. be
.atiHu wo oonaclontioualy believe tito practical op
illcatlon of tho principio of Lifo Ananranco, to bo
ino of tho chief social mercie., which . tho lovo of
ho OuEvr FATUEU^IMCT. buifprrpd noon us;- ho?
sanna ciiUiaiu tltnraioTv?ll-eslabliMic.l In..itt.,
iocH which dovolopo and apply Ibo nrfticiplo. aro
inion? tho groalcsl, and noblest, ann - moat boiio
iclont, of all Christian charilica-tho din ct and
ogitimate outgrowth of tho (.'liri si ian Faith.
And ns suoh, wo pra|K>?o, bi a futuro number, to
iommond thom to all c/assts ot our readers, with
ispccial roferoiico to tho clergy of tho parishes ; un
loavoring, at tho samo timo, to lucot certain eon -
iciontiouu objections, which Homo good, but, wo
hiiih, mfsfdn'ex persons, havo entertained against
thora. . .
J.. ALPnEn CAY, General Agent, ofllco in rear
Slnioro limar n -n Company, Law Hangi!.
ONE PRICE
li
-.O', -rr
WE ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK OF BUMMER
3IX1THINO. comprising LIKENS, FLANNELS AND
[.IIIHT WEIOITT WOOLLEN, at prices which cannot
all to satisfy all who aro settling to buy GOOD GOODS
lilli AP. Tho larger part of our Stock wo manufacturo
n our own workshops, which wo warrant lu every
-Aspect. - -
_ .We gi vo below aomo of our leading prices t
LINEN BACKS at.;.tl, 3, < and 5
LINEN PANTS at.?1 25. 1 60 and 3
id NEN VESTS st. ?1 00 and 2
SHECK CASSIM ERE HU,'IT!, RACK, PANTS AND
VEST..-..-??
3REY FLANNEL SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND VEST. .?7
CHECK LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANIS AND VEST. ...ls
SHECK MARSEILLES SUITS, BACK, PANTS AND
VEST...;.M j
WHITE LINEN AND DUCK SUITS.$11 lo 20
?LACK .ALPACA SACKS..?2 60 lo 0
LIGHT WEIOlrr OARHIMERK SUITS, in fancy mil
turcs, snd solid colors, and BLACK DRESS Sun's
all our own make, st very low prices.
FURNISH ING GOODS, adapted to the season
WHITE SHIRTS, four qutliUes.S3 Do, ll, and
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER
No. 270 KING STREET,
CORNER OF HASEL,
CHARLESTON t?. C.
Juno 13 ?nio
THE AIKEN PRESN?
FIB PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN TUP. TOWN OF
Aiken, a a, a Weokly pap?f nndor Ibo abovo UUo,
to be dovoted to General Intelligence-Political, Com?
mercial, Hoclsl, Literary, and Itellgtoua-wiUi a Depart
men! of Agrl culture, Inolnding the Field, tho Orelia ni.
Uio Vinoyard, and tho Garden. A News Summary, te
contain a dlgovt of tho important ovonts of tho week.
will occupy ap i'Uon of Uta paper, and parUcular atten
Uon will bo given to tho unsetdod quoetloti of Lcbor, ai
best adapted to our now condition, and the <love!optneo'
of Cao resources of Coe country lu Manufactures, Agrl
culture, Fruit-ral sing, and Vino-growing. :
Terms-?3 a year, in advance. _ _
H. W. RAVENFX, Editor
W. D. Krmuurp, Publisher._'_January 21
BARNWELL SENTINEL
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Merchants and business men try lt for a few months.
"No risk no geln." Send on your cards and Increase
io ur trade lids fall. There's nothing to equal Pnnter's
ak-it has mido many a fortune.
Terms for the paper-S3 per annum, in advance.
Advertisements inserted st the rate of tl por simare ot
twelve Unca or lesa for each Insertion.
Cards of Um Unes or less, st Ute rato of 110 for Carer
months.
Contracto by the year or for ah months, silo wing priv?
ilege of chang! ur on moro fsvorablo terms. Address
fc nam v EDWARD A. BRONSON.
ScjT.mliet L._rn- untwt .in? ? ?en"< 'ev
THE TRI-"IEEI?XY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO* 8. a. AFFORDS A
. prontablo medium for tte advertising public ol
Charleston..
' Wa reepectruQy solicit their pavona*? for (mr mntna'
benefit,
GAILLARD, 0/&POBTLS ss WILLlAMe.
Nev ur ber 10 *
i ."lAUHlHU,
? r<iiNir.n-ClAiHi<RN.-At K|KirUiiluiry C. H., on tho lOlh
' In??., by Ker. J. 1). .McCtiu-oimil. SAMUEL T. POINIKH,
t of Louisville. Kv., to cl,KM KN TINK, daughter of thc
I lato T. Nunn IN O Aluni M, of Charlt'Mon, S. U. *
S3* Thr Kein tl? < I 'iii ml? anti Acf|tsaliit
aiMoof tbutaUi JAMES K. ROBINSON are invited to
Bitalli hi? Funeral Services, nt Ibo Second Presbyterian
Church, TAI? .l/frriiou>i, al Six o'clock.
July IO t
tar WCrXOWSHIl' K0()U5TY.-,-Tlti: MEM"-?
HUHS of lola Dariel*/ nre reyiMtnl to atteint thc Funeral
Sorvi.rxof Slr. JAMES K. ROBINSON, ot (be Recoud
Prcshy icriuti'cbiircli, mt A\fttrnatm,alfiu'oloca.
CAMPBELL DOUOI.AS. I
July la 1 Secretary.
?yr iniirciiNiAN irjcrKT?.-THE OIBHUERS
of Hie Soclnl j ?viii aaacniblo This Afternoon, at Six o'ctoclt,
at tho Second Prosbylurinu clou eh (Flynn's Church), tu
|?y lb? last tribute nf respect tn unr late President. J AH.
li. ROBINSON. THOM. O'liltlKN,
July IB_ _1_His-tutury.
O?' Tb ti ItcliiUvra mill Klientin of Rlr.
I1. !.. (icii.i.mus aro requested to otteuil tho Funeral
Sorvtcrn of bin Infant Daughter, II>A, at UL Paura
Church, Society sired, at Four o'clock Tai? Afternnon.
e^Jiitv If. 1?
aar Tit? ttclntlvra, Fa-tomls anil Acqiiralnt
nncrn of Mr. aud Mi H. WILLIAM SKIIIVIMU, ami of Ur.
F?lasela Wi ?, aro r. spi-ctllilly invitoil lu nt tr mi thu Fun?
eral Servhia of Mr. WILLIAM SKIKVINO, nt the Moma
airest Church, Tr.-Dag, loth liiRlatit, al half-iiast Throe
O'clock pr I 1? July 16
Sl?U?\>i^la,li,l,..c"T. on "omhxy. .Inly nth, IHC7, Mt?? |
*... - IM i ff.fir ,,f der ogo.
QT}' Her He', al Iv? a omi Friends, nun ii.
S. Pixztli, nm respectfully Invited lb attend ber l'uni nil '
Service?, at Trinity M. E. Clnirrh, TM? .\flrrnoon, at Ftvo j
o'clock. _1 July 10
DIKO, In Philadelphia, Penn., on tho Otb lust.
FREDERICK J. CAMPBELL, a nativo of this city.
lia 'His Relatives and Friends, and those of bin mother.
Mm. SUHAM Liomin:, sro requested tn ntlcud bin
Funeral Services, at SI. Patrick's (Jloireu, Jhit (Moutlay)
Morning, ut I olf past Nluu o'clock. ,
'Ibero ?rill bo a eoteuia llequicm Mani at Ibu anno liiuo j
and place. * July la
, IN MHMOIUAM.
"Th ere bi a reaper ?rito.o uaiuo l> ilea th,
And with lu H clevie koon.
He reaps tho creen beard at a IT. alb,
Aud lila Howers Dial grow between."
JOTIN D. nAnF.UNtCITT, tho subject af thia memo?
riam. alter passing through tho ovontlul struggle of tho
past fen- years, yielded to the reaper death, sud was
mown down III tho Honer of his youth'. Influenced by
patriot!.- nioUvcs, ho promptly eurulled hiern if as a
member cf Ihc Palmetto Otiard Artflloiy, and served In
that Company throughout Ibo cntiru war. When peace
-lolled i nea morn upon tho laud. Mr. II.vminxiciiT : urned
bia attention tn civil pursuits, and engaged lu bunine**.
Un was married In la*t September, and cuunduutly ex?
perted a lung ami a happy lifo, lint tho Dat lind gone
hirth that "all that Uro must die. pac -in;; thrungli na?
ture to ctcniltr," and our friend fell a victim toon in?
sidien? dhu :IT. Thrnilithoitt his Hine H, hts devoto 1
wife, was a fi nd and affectionate imrae, and bis tamil?
and friends did all that wan possible tn avert tim dreaded
end, but all in min. Mr. J. F. C. nursed bin with
?nore (bau a brolher'n HLIHCIIIKIII, ; ml attended him to
bin last mom nts; bowns all that a font and riovutcd
Irtciid em hi bo, aud by his atlonltnu endeared himself
liol only lu Hie deceased, 1 ul alco to lila faintly. Tie Ins
uowguiio to aplico of re?L Tho warfare of lifo la ovor
"Ib is sleeping lils last sleep, ,
Hu lian fought hu last inti I-,
Aud un sound shall awoke biro to glory again."
DEPARTED th's lifo, at Cokcnbury, fi. G.. on Mondar !
idell', th - UHU of June, IM.7. Sirs. NANCY ai. FORM \N,
relict or thc late Dr. I ito.-. F. Ko HM AN, or ral-ile M Dis?
trict.
Mrs. I neus po ,-em - 1 gr.-at natural eveunrsa and
.sweetness of temper-transparent truthfulness sud can?
dor-a el oar Judgment. cultivated byrouatout fstnllianty
willi the bait books, am) a mai and humble spirit, which.
In ber very girlhood, brought hor to tho .-avlour's fi et, end
kopi her ever Hie ni, learning of Ulm who was lowly in
lirarl. Tbrsi? qualities greatly endeared her lo thc cirolo
in which her lot was east. No ono could know lier Inti,
inatcly ?villi, ut feeling that Otero ?-a* a sweat lioraua
siveni'ss bi thal unobtrusive, coustatcnt .piety ?vhich
gare her nu aiuount of iiillueucu, ot irldcb, In modest
apt ref tallon of herself, ?bo waa not aware.
hbo waa a member of tho Little Uh ur Hap tia t Church,
Fairfield District, and Iii Its cemetery lier' quiet form
awalt> tim resurrection nf Uta ju-t. Aller less than ouo
year of widowhood, has abe folluwixl lu a lictter world
ber honored hiiNbaml. whoso only regret at death, waa j
thal hu was loaring her licliln 1.
"Thou hast gone to the grave, bul we will not deplore
Ul-'C. ;
Sinon'Und ?ms thy ransom, thy guardian, thy'guide;
Hu gave thee, Hu look thee, and Ile will restore theo.
And death hath no sling silica Ibo Saviour lioUi
died." J. C. V.
S RECIAL Ml) T 1 OE 3 .
?AT' OI'KIOE DEPATtTMENT QUARTEIIMAS
THt, 0UAHLF.STON. & C., JULY IS, 18C7.-Sealed pro?
posals will ba receive 1 at tills (lillee until lil o'clock noou
on Saturday, July ?fllb. llf,T, al which Hmo they will be
op. m.1, for furnishing material and erecting a PICKET
FENCE around Citadel Hq narc. Plans and Specifications j
for tba work can ba econ al this nflico. All proposals
ii.usl be accoiiqiauicd by tito names of two good sureties,
in tho sum or flro hundred dollars: n icb, for tho faithful
performance of tl.? work. Proposais will bo addresses!
to tho iiuilerstgnod, and marked "Proposals for erecting
Folleo.'' .' ; ; . . . ..
By order. H. O. TYLER,
liv I. SlaJ. den. and Chief Q. M. 3d Military District.
T. P. M>'1.I,KATH,
July IS fi Ort. Major and A A. Q. M.
?sV OmOB OF THE CM REOU?TIlAIt.- I
COATll ESTON, July lath, 1X67.-As Ilia Civil Author!- |
tie i bavo lustltulcd aeUVd lnoasuroa lo 1 inprove and per?
fect tho Military. condition of tho city, the noglstrar
would earnestly Invita tho prompt and zealous co-opera?
tion of ibo citizens in oufon'ing tho same.
Tucv aro particularly rcniioitocl to observo and re?
port all nuisances or any condition of premises prejudi?
cial to Hi o pnbtiuboal?i.
" Complaint Books " aro deposited at tho Lower and
Upper Wanbi anani Housed fur thin purpose, for tho
accommodai lon ol tho public.
1)1 OHO C. 8. PELZEIt, M; D.,
July 13. 15 s.?l? ?leglstrar.
AAT?CATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 0H?it.LE8
TON DlSTBiCT-.CLERK'S OFFICE C. O. H. AMD C. P.
-PUBLIC NOTICE-I, J. W. BROWNFIELD. Olork of I
said Court, in pm .manco ol Ibo Act of tho Legislature, In
such casi) riiadu and provided, do hereby givo public no
tico that an ELECTION VOR SHERIFF OF CttARLES
TON DISTRICT will bo bold on Af on. liv, tho fith of
August next, at all tho usuil places of election through- j
out tho said DlatrlcL
Wilnora my' hand, at Charloiton,' tho {Kill Jnnc, ISA?,
j; Wi BROWNFIELD, C. O. S. and C. P.
Juno 28_
oriVOFFICE OK D0A11D OP- HEALTH.
I CH AHI.K-Si OH. H. C., J ll NE v-iili, ISM.-On and ofter
This Dag, CLO Re E OF LIME AND COPPERAS, for
I DISINFEOTINO PURPOSE*, will bo furnbibed fret oj
I charge, aa sppliratlon at Hits OlUcc, No. 117 coming
I iireet, as tho City aiitharllles earnestly desire that tho
.?lUreiia generally should use disinfectants promptly and
I freely, whore vor necessary.
OEOP.fiE S. PELZ EH, M. D.,
Jun i ?M_15_'_City negtatrar.
OS-EltltOTlS OF Y0UT17.-A GENTLEMAN
who suffered for yram from Norvnua Debility, Pre?
mature Docay, and all tho cltbols of yn?u?rui Indiscre?
tion, will, for tho ??Vc of suffering humanity, sond free,
t > jil ?rito need ll, Ibo receipt and direclio;uj for making
tbi st o i pl a resuody by which ho was cured. 'Suffurers
wls'.ii'gtopro.1i bj tho adrcr?scr'a experience, can do
I so by addressing,! i i e.feet confldonea, <
JOHN B. 00DEN,
April Vi 3mos? No 43 Cedur street. Now York.
" ? O S T A ll ' S "
PREPARATIONS
EHTABLiaiIED EI0I1TP.EN YEAHS.
I.uliorn tory, rio. 10 Croilay street. New York.
3000 Boxes, Bottles sud Fbutks manufactured dally,
SOLD HY AI.L DRVaaiBiaEVERYWHERE
.' COSTAR'S " SALES DEPOT,
No. is J BROADWAY, NJSW YUII1C,
Where tl, 13 to ts altos aro put up for Families, Stores
Ships, Boals, Public Iurdilutions, kc, kc.
It ls truly wonderful tho coaOdoaca that ls now bad tn
every form of Preparations thal comos from " Coaler's '"
EatabUibmenl.
..COSTAU'8" EXTEflMlNATOns-For Rots, Mice.
Roaches, Ania, fcc., Atc "Only Infallible remedy known.'
"Not dangerous lo tho human family." "Hats come out
Of their holes to die," Ac.
"UO?TAR'I " DKIMIUO EXTERMINATOR-A liquid,
put up In bottles, and ne ver knowu to loll.
"COSTAR'S " ELLI niuo POWDER-For Moths. In
Furs and Woollens, la invaluable. Nothing ran exceed it
for power and cuVney. Destroys hu,tandy all Insocta eu
Plaut*,- Fowls, An?mala, Ate.
' ' COSTAR'ii' 'BUCKTUOUN SALVE-For Cuts, Darns,
Wounds, Ifnilsc?, Broken Brtasts, Kore Nipples, Piles lu
ail forms, Old Hores. Ulcers, end all kinda or cutaneous I
aflbcllons. No family should bo without IL II oxcoeds
lu efneocy all other Salves In nan.
"CO'iTAR'U" COHN SOLVENT-For Corns, Buulnw?,
Warts, fcc. '
" COSTAR'S " B ITT KR SWEET AND ORANOE DLOB
B MS-Beautlfloa tho Complexion, by giving to tho ski?
asoftand beaoUral freshness, ami Isliicomparably be
yond anylhlru; now In uso. Lad los of tasto and position
regard lt a* an essential to thu tollcL Au unpibcedeutod
salo ls Hs beal recommendation. Ono bodia ls always
followed by more. Try lt to know. 1
"COSTAR'?" BISHOP PILLS-A univ (rail Dinner
P.H (sugar-coaled), and ol extraordinary effieacy for Cos
IIveness, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous and Sick
Headache A Pul that ls now rapidly aoporsodlng ell
others.
" COSTAR'*" COUail REMEDY-For Coughs, Colds.
Hoarseness. Boro Throat, Croup. Whootdna Cough, Aith
ma. and all forma of Bronchial, aud Diseases of thc
Throat and Lungs. A dress ?
Ul.NU V lt. COSTAR,
. No. IM BROADWAY, N. Y.
DOWII: & M Ol SK,
WIllll.l'.SAI.E Atilt NTS,
No. Itl Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hold.
Jano 17
. .' '.. . ' ' ?'; .! l
SPECIAL NOTICE S.
os- HOLDERS FIRST MORTGAGE HONUS
FLORID t, ALABAMA, AND GULF CENTRAL HAIL
KOAD - Holden of tho above. Bo da ?rill learn sulur
llilng to their advnnU.go by calling on (bo subscriber al
Uio olllco or Messrs. CONNER A WIT. ?OK, Broad street,
between 10 A. M. and 21'. M , TA it D.H.
II. W. CARD.
July IS 1
OTT CONSIONEK8 NOTICE.-CONSHINEE.S
per Schooner JONAS HM mi oro notified that Hbo will
discharge cargo TA it Day at Ad?* r's North Wharf. All
goods not rallnl fur beforo nunnet ?ill bo aloroil at idsk
au,I expenso of coutiguecs.
WILLIAM HOACII, Agent,
Corner Adgcr's Kouth Wharf and tail Bay.
July IS 1
ta- NOTICE.-OONRION EES l'KH STEAM
Killi' H. ll. SOUDER aie hereby iiollllcd that she IH TM
Day discharging c-argo nt North Atlantic Wharf. All
Ooods remaining ou thc wharf at Rims't will bo atorcd at
eil.and rink of uworra.
JOHN i. Tai?, fl KIT Y, Agents.
All freight nm ,u ni in,; to fllleeli (lr.) dol?an or leb?
roust bo paid on tho wharf before dullvory of Oueds.
July IS 1
?B- UN'ITA ll I AN .ClIUHCll-COItrORAT i
NOTICE.-A meeting of thc corporation (pow hoi .(
will bo held at tho church X'iii Keening al in; o'clocs. In
accorda:n e with the order to that efl.cl modo at Ibo but
meeting. 1 IS
a?* CONSIGNEES PEU STEAMER SEA GULL,
from Baltimore, nra hereby notlflod that the Steamer bi
TAir Day discharging cargo nt Pier No. 1, linton Wharves.
7S?*1", uot taken away at sunset will remalu on
tho IV linil at Lui.,,,. .
July IS 1 MORDECAI ft. no., ." .
ari- CON8IONEEB PER SCHOONER ,11. F.
KEF.r.INO, fruin llaltlmore, aro hereby uottOcd that she
ls Thit Day discharging cargo at Rroiru k Cn.'s Whorl
All goods rrnislnlug on wharf at sunset will ho stored al
oxpeuHO and risk of owners.
! July 13 1 STREET uno l imits k CO,
tyjTSEAT.ED PHOrOSALS WILL HE REUEIV- J
ED at tin- omeo of tho Chief Disbursing Ofllcer nf the
Burean R. P. and A. L. stale of South Carolina, until
12 o'clock, noon, of thc 20Ui day of July, for building a
Brick School Hon ni on Bull aired. In Ibo City of j
Charleston.
Plans and SpectncaUons may bo keen at tho omeo of I
tho undersigned. No. 6, .Southern Wharf. Proposals
must bo accominnletl by tho names of Ino responsible
pa'licH, who wiU le. cunio sureties for tho faillit ul comple?
tion of thc coiilrnct, and mutt bo endorsed " Proposals "
Bull Ktrecl School House, oud add res ted to tho limier- |
slguoJ.
Tho right is rcscrvcu lo reject all bids received if |
u?t satlsfaitory. JAMES P. LOW.
July 12 G Ht. Ll. Col. and A. Q. M.
$3W IN MUE DISTRICT COURT Ol* THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF rOUTH
CAROLINA.--lu the matter of WILLIAM MA Pl HI US.
SEN, Survivor, with JULIUS M AT I it I Us il IN, of MAT
TUIESHLN, O'HARA A CO.. by whOM a Petlbuu for
Adjudication nf Bankruptcy w.n. tiled on tho Hurd day ol
July, A. D. IHG7, lu sold CollrL-fis lUNKHOncv.-Tills
la U> glvo notlr e that, on tho lentil day af Joly, A. D. 1RC7,
a Warrant In Bankruptcy was bumed against thc Estele of |
WILLIAM MATTHI--FSKN. of Charleston, In tho 1 In
trlct of Charleston, sud stete of l outh Carolins, who bas
been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition. That
Ibo iioyment cf any debts, sud delivery of any properly
belonging to mich Bankrupt lo him, or .for. Ins uso, and
tho transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by
law. Tint a nu cling of tho Creditors, of tho said Bank?
rupt, to provo their debbi, and to choose ono or .moro
Assignees of his Estate, will bo held nt a Court of Bank?
ruptcy, ta ba holden at No. Gt) Broad street, charleston.
S. c , liefere R. II. CARPENTER, Register, on tho Mfr*
tirfA day af July, A. D. 18GT, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M. EPPrNO.
' - ' United Staten Mondial, aa Messenger.
July 13_j_' - 2
?a-\YE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE I
E. M. WHITISH. Esq., at a candtJatc for Stn rio of 1
Charleston (Judicial) District, at tba nen election.
September 10 ? . '
ta- NOTICE T j MAKLr,El.8.-C A V T AINU
AND PILOTO winbin ; to au dmr'their VCMOU In Ashley
River, aro requested n 31 lo'do no anywhere wubin direct
rang? of tho heeds at tho 'SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, an ibo Charlr?tou and St. Andrew's eldo cl
Uio A'ililey Uiver; by which precaution, contact with thc
Submarine Telegraph Cable will bo avnlded.
6. C. TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's OfUcc,-Cbarlcstnu, Fabruary 0,1HG0. '1
February 7
9-r ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU?
MAN EYES mado to enter and Inserted by Hrs.
RAUCH and P. UOUOLEMANN (formerly employed by
RotssoHNitAU,of Parlsi, No. 691) Broadway, New York.
April ll . lyr
tra- THE O SAYEST MALADIES OF YOUTH
AND EARLY MANHOOD.-HOWARD ASSOCIATION
ESSAYS, on Ibo Physiology of tho Passions, and Ihr
Errors, Abuses and Diseases peculiar to Uio first ago o>
man, with Reports on now methods of treatment em?
ployed lu Ulla InsUlnUon. Sent lu sealed letter en?
velopes, free of charge. '
Address Dr. J. SRO,LIN HOUOQTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Psi
May 20_, 3mo
. ter DAT CH EL O ll* S HAIR DYE.-THIB
SPLENDID HAIR DYE la the beat in Uio world. The
only true and perftel Dire-harmless, reliable. Instan*
tan?ons. No disappointment- No ridiculous lints.
Natural Black ar Brown. Remedies Ibo ill effects nf Had
Dyu. Invigorates tho bair, having lt soft and beautiful.
Tho goouluo is slgnod iridium .1. llatehtlnr. All others
aro more UuttaUons, and should bo avoided.. Sold by all
Druggists and Berrumera. Factory, No. 81 Ban-try
direct, New York.
AT BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
Deccnilitr 10_Tyr
sys-A YOUNO LADY RETUUNTNO TO HEH
country hoir. e. ?her a sojourn ota few months in tho
city, was hardly rocognizod by her friends. Iii place o.
a coarse, rustle, flushed taco, sbo hod a soft ruby com
plosion of almost marble smoothness, and instead o;
tw.nty-three abo really appeared but eighteen. Upon In?
quiry aa to tho causo of so great a chango, tho plainly
told them that abe used the CIRCA-WAN BALM, and
considered lt on Invaluable ac-qulax Uon to any lady's toilet.
By its uso any Lady or Oontlataon can improve their por
toual appearance an bink) nd fold. It la timpio In its
combination, ts Natura herself U tdmplo. yet unsurpass?
ed In its efllcary lu drawing Impurities from, also heal?
ing, cleansing and beautifying thc akin and complexion.
By Its direct i elton on ibo cuticle lt draw s from it aU ita j
impurities, lotndly healing tho same, atid leaving Ute sur?
face as Nat uro intended lt should bo-clear, soft, smooth
and k-eauUful. Prico ll, sent by Mell or Express, on rc
col pt or an i .riler, by
W. I J. OMs** e. co.. Chemists,
Kn. o weat Fayette Btruot, Syracuse, N. Y.
Tho only American Agents for tho sale of Uio tamo.
March 30 _ly
ALL iiiilL TO THE C0:\'0Iil.R0?t.
HOPE FOR TUB DEMOING IM'AUD.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
RODRIQUE'S
PUNIC ELIXIR
MANY WHOSE V?CUMSO nEALTIf, WHICil
was precarious, and their recovery despaired of, ,
do now wita grateful omanallons to Uio Ali-Wien Bia. j
??oser, offer heartfelt thanks for this timely remedy. Dur
lng Uie short Unto since Its public Introduction Into nae, 1
the Originator lias most happily realised tixr most san?
guine expectations In msnlfoetaUont laauing from all
quarters uf its unparalellod curative properties, for tn tto (
rose whero lt Usa oeen admlnletcreo with regard to rt|.
ny i ians, and persevered tn, has lt failed la Its beneficial
resal?s.
In retorting to this remedy, the Invalid ctn depend
upon the aafoty of every article in ita preparation, end
while lt accelerates tho healthful n ecUoua ot each organ 1
and vosee) the mind can bo periccUy free from appro- I <
h c linton of any rabile Ingredient buln*- Insinuated Into its [
oompoalllon.
The appetite, which Improves nnderlls aim In titration,
bi at liberty to Indulge prudently In whatever nu tn mont
la palatable, digestivo sndwholesome', and while it I? no
moro than proper to avoid oxposnro to fresh cold, no lear
need bo cuter.el ned ol any UsblUty nuder thia coarse of
treatment to induce lt. It is a ptoasont AROMATIC
CORDIAL quito agreeable to tho testo, and as a lung re
vivlfyer andbalsaiu of beoiUi. ll le distinguishingItself'aa
without precedent, and wo trott will, ern lon i, eltlm for
Itself grnortl soc la ni a lion for Ila unrivalled efnescy.
por^e^lheProprteliTas, ?Ira. OKCH.IA ItODRl
OimTaoA^ AND SOCIETY
HTllEl.ru, and orlnetpal DniirH-aUl. 1
PRICK blNQLH 1WT?LE ?1.25.
A;?H m
SHIPPING.
^x- KOK ?'OOPKK KI VICK_VI IH KAi?1
JotNT sailing sloop jr I,IA I)KAN will loavu Marshall's
/ ^ \Nwlmrf. on thc lui omi nub ol July. Bini continu . .
mt Tumult rurtlu-r nolle,. for all pofoln on Western
brunch ot Coper Uiver, and Eastern branch to Boiincau'*
Ferry. Trading I? Itrtrtty prohibited.
Iii: Froljjhl engagements, apply to Minter on board, or
lu EUALOH k MALI.ONLK.,
HorTbcck ii Wharf
N. ll.-All Freights munt bo prepaid. - - .
June 23 Imo
MOONLIGHT EXIMSION
AROUND THE HARBOR.
fTUTE MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY STEAMER WILL
L gonn sn Earursioii aronui! Ibo harbor, un ? ita Jay
Ki mimi. Ililli inkl., Icavlug Market wharf at quarter paid
a o'clock.
A Hand nf Mil.le. lion bern engaged.
Fare-Cablu amt lipper Deck fill rents. Lower Deck
?S cent* a_July 16
NEW YORK ?NlF CH?YL?S?ON
STEAMSHIP LINK.
FOR NEW TOIIKi
HIE NEW AND ELEOANT 3IDF.WHEEL RTFAM8IIIP
OHA.MPI03ST,
H. ?f. LOCKWOOD, COMMANDER.
WILL LEAVE FROM A DOER'S SOUTU WHARF,
un Saturday, Um vuUi Inst, at 0 o'clock P. M.
at ibo emiU'sK1""" Freight engagements mind bo mado
millay. " Y * THKNUOLM, No. ll
?S* For Passage omi nil mailers connected wini
Inward Imslm-ss nf tim Ships, apply lo STREET UHOTH
ERS A, CO., Ko. 7-1 East Hay. .
sriiia-rr BROTHERS A- CO. I .""","
COURTENAY &THEN1IOI.M, I A?on,e
.Inly 15
N KW YORK. AND CHARLESTON
People's Mail S township Company.
H AIL INO DAYS.WEDNESDAY--.
TUE STEAMSHIP
E. B- SOUDER,
CAPTAIN LEDRY,
-flcf-CV- WILT. LEAVE NORTH ATLANT IO
''il ?-^rVx- Wharf TAirsday, July IB. at 0 O'clock P.
--^-=sir=F- Lino co Tl po vii of hteamer.i "MO?
NERA" ami "EMILY ll. St UDKR."
JOHN ft i li Ko. OETTV.
July IS_Nn. << East Hay.
?Oil NEW k'OKK.
_ i
REO ULAR UNITED STATES At.. II. LIN!'.
ONE OF THF. FAVORITE AND FLEO A NP .STEAM?
SHIPS KARAUOSSA, tl HAN A DA. WILL LEAVE
EVERY SATURDAY. '
THE STEAMSHIP !.-;.{
SARAQOSSA',
CAPTAIN CitOWELL. ; . 1
WIM, LEA VB VANDEHHORST'S
Wharf on Saturday, July Wt h.
. RAVENEL ai CO.
July 1?V;_: _
FOR ROCKVILLE AND ED1ST0
THE STEAMER
"W- ,"W- FRAZIER,
! CAPT., D, DOYLE, , .. .
T S RKUEIVINO FRRIOHT .. AT ATT.ANTIH
J. WDA'lf, ami aili leave ou Tuerduy, tho 10th lust..
lt 6 A. M,
lttiturnlug, will leave F.Jlito at 0 A. H., on IF?dnnJat',
lim 1 Tl li.
Fur Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
' ?"."< JHO. k THEO. OrTrrY, Agents.
Juli IS . . 1 _Ko. M East Hay.
FOB NORTlf EDISTO AND ROCK?
VILLE.
THE STEAMER '
CAPT. JAS. O. RUMLEY. .
WILL LEAVE AR A ROVE FROM ATI,AN TIC
Wharf, ou Tuesday Morning, tho lGlh lust, at C
Vclocb. '. '
Returning will leave Edlsto on irc.fncnl.ii/ Morning, at
I o'clock. . i , :, ,
Freight received on Thii Day, and bo prepaid.
For Freight or Passage snply on-board, or to-l
JNO. U. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
July 1?_ , 1
FOR SAVANNAH.
THE STEAMER. ... . ,
CITY POINT,
lioo TONS mm rn nv,
OAPr. a. ADKINS.
^ArJ?tm WI IX LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
'ZS&qnLiL WHARF, every TV EH DA Y NIOUT, at
vTu llIno ?'eloek, for that port.
.-TeV--?'iirSJi- For freight or passagni apply ou
nani or to tho nf?eo of
RAVENEL k CO., Agents.
_JiilylQ_._
FOR PALATEA, FERNANDINA,
JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL Tl IK LASH?
INGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S lt IV Kit, VIA
SAVANNAH, OEO.
THE NEW ANO SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY POI1TT.
(1100 Taus Ilurthen) ,
CAPTAIN S. ADKINS,.)
f^fr-~f? WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC
sff?g&Yfi WHARF, ovory TUBSDAYNIQHT.il
Ctf^M^^iXa 0 o'clock, for tho ebovo places, connect
-..^=4fJh^~ lng with the Ooo ra ta Central Railroad at
Savannah, for Macon, Mobil? and New Orinar?a. .
All Freight must bo paid here by shippers.
For Freight or Passage, apply m board or at tho otilen
.f RAVENEL A CO..
July 13_Agents.
flIROlIfiliTIIIKEn?OFL?HIDi,
B Y
MARLESTON AND SAVANNA.!
STEAM PACKET LINE,
TRl-WBEKLI,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON DEAD.
WEEKLY,
VIA BLUFPTON. '
i TEA M Kit PILOT DOV. ...CAPT. ,W. T. MCNELTY.
STEAMER FANNIE.... ....CAPT.F. PECK.
ONE OF THE AROVE. STEAMERS WILL -HAVE
Charleston snd Savannah every Monday, .Wedna -
lay and Friday Mornings, st 7 o'clock. Touching at
Dlufflon on Monday, trip from Charleston, and Wedna,
lay, trip from Havannah. . i
Freight received dally I re m 0 A. M. lo 6 P, M., and
?tomi free of chango. . '. 7
All Way Freight, also DlulTton Wharfage, must be prc -
.jul.
For freight or pasasen, apply lo
JORK FBHOUbON, Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston.
CLAOHORN k CUNNINGHAMS,
Agenta, Savannah, tia
\ FULLER A LEK,
Agents, Ttoatifort, ft. 0.
H. Ii -TlIUOl'ilil TICKETS sold at tho ornoo of tho
Igoncy In Charleston to pointa on tho AUantio snd Gulf
railroad, and to Fernandina and points on the 8L John's
Uv cr._ ' Jnlyl
IBW YORK ANO lill lc MK N S TIC A M M Ulf
COMPANY. '
THE FIR8T-CLA&8 U. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
ITLANTIO. I NORTH "RN LIOUT.
BALTIC. I WESTERN METROPOLIS,
recave Pier No. ?0, K. TL, Now York, every sooond Sat?
urday, from Juno IA * <,,
KOtt SOUTHAMPTON AND CREMEN,
alina oaasongars to Boulhamplon, London. Havre anl
[IremenVat Uie followhg rates, payable m gold or IO
veuIvalnntlnoiuTcncyi - ?
First Cabin. ?110; Second Cahln, KU; Steerage. Wa
Prom Brotnon, Southampton and Usvro to Nsw Yolk,
l-'lrst Cabin, ?110; Second dabin. ?16; Uteeraue, tia
EXCURSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-Flt st
kvblo ?210i Second Cabin, ?130; Steerage. ?Ta1 '
EA1I4KO OATS moll HEW TOSS AKD BJUUOT*) :
Juno 16 ami M I July 13 and 37 1 August IO and 31
= ( it. 7 and 21 I Oct. Sandia | Nov. 2 aral lc
For Freight or luoaago apply to
18AA0 TAYLOR, President,
Fotruary 37 ty No 40 Droadwar. N. Y.
TUE SUMTER NEWS,
DARU & 0 HT FEN, Proprietors.
PTjnLDTHED EVERY THURSDAY. AT SUMTE H. S. O.
Bnbacriptlon ?1.00 per annum. To Clubs of four
18.00 tier annum. 1
AdiartiaerasMslriserteaoolihersaUrma,
Oo ac-n tx* a

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