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VOLUME V.NO. 681. CHARLESTON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
Our Cable Dispatch?*.
LIVERPOOL, October 23-Noon.-Cotton flrnier;
Uplands 8jd.; Orleans 8?\1. Estimated ealos 12,000
LIVERPOOL, October 23-Evening.-Cotton closed
linn aud advancing. Uplands 8?d.; Orleans 8?d.
LONDON, October 21-Evening.-Consola 94j\
Bonds unchanged. Tho bullion in the Bank of
England has decreased ?470,000.
FRANKFORT, October 24.- Bonds 74$.
LIVERPOOL, October 24-Evening.-Cotton ac?
tivo, closiug limier; eales 20,000 bales. Uplands
8|; Orleans 9. Corn advanced, 4Ss. ad. Turp?n
line and Bosin unchanged.
NEW YOBK, October 24.-Garibaldi has formed
an Italian ministry, autl it is state-1 that he is plan?
ning a coup cTei?i?.
WASHINGTON, October 24.-The National Bopob
lican Committee, to initiate tho Presidential cam?
paign, meeta here December ll; that of thc Dem??
crata meets November 1.
Tho returns from Virginia indicate tho success
of Convention. There is a predominance of Radi?
cals, and the retains show that whites and blacks
are irrayed against each other almost in solemn
The Democratic candidates have boon elected
by 13,000 majority. This was the first election
under tho new Constitution. The orn?os to be
filled were those of Mayor and members of the two
branches of tho City Council, Jrdgc of the Court
of Appeals, Chief Judgo of tho Supreme Bench of
Baltimore city, and four Associates.
General Sheridan participates in an imposing
display at Hartford, Conn., to-day.
Judge Chase writes Underwood that he will be
in Richmond at the opening of the Court, and if
the defence desire, will try Mr. DaviB at once.
Chase will not i emain in Richmond after tho open?
ing ol tho Supreme Court hero in December.
The annonceincnt of General Marmaduke's par?
don ia premature. It is on tho President's table
with the Attorney-General's recommendation wait?
ing tho President's signature.
Colfax, at tho Cooper Institute, advocated im?
peachment and Grant as the Radical nominee.
Grant has General Thomas's report of his pro?
ceedings during thc recant Nashville election
covering the correspondence between Grant,
Thomas, Brownlow and Mayor Brown. Tho par?
ticulars are inaccessible.
The Betrenchment Committee have confined
themselves to tho examination of books and pa
pers. They have as yet examined no witnesses
In the present stage of tho investigation the spec?
ulation as to the Committee's action is idle.
Grant is at work to-day. Mr. Seward is at the
White House. General Howar.1 has returned.
The Revenue receipts tc-dav amount to 1309,000.
The Postmaster General advertises for postal
contracts, under the new postal treaty with Eng?
land. A departure on altern ito days is contem?
Parker reporta tho Dismal Swamp Canal in bad
condition, with only three and a half feet of
Colfax says of Grant : "He is the noblest and
the greatest, uniting as he does the pertinacity of
Wellington with the dash of Napoleon, and his
modesty only equalled by his merit."
The Virginia Ktectlons.
RICHMOND, October 24. -TL') returns at General
Schofield's headquarters show conclusively that
the State votes m favor of a Convention, also cer?
tain that the Convention ?wi il be Radical] by fifteen
The city electa tho following Ba di cals, after threo
days' co itest: Hunnicntt, Judgo Underwood, Mor
l isscy, and two colored men. Tho Radical ticket
did notroseivo fifty white, nor tho c??-*-.? n?.
ticket fifty colored vote.- in the city. The negroes
voting tho Conservative ticket were again chased
f rom the polls by a negro mob. Hunnicuttv son
was arrested for tearing up t Conservative ticket
in the bands of negroes, at Monroe ward polls, and
sent to tho Libby, but subsequently released.
Monroe ward polia oro still open. Colored votera
a re now waiting to deposit their votes.
Convention In \orth Carolina.
WILMINGTON, October 2-1.-The opposition to tho
Convention is increasing, but the majority will
probably.vote in favor. Very fow negro delegates
will be elected in this State, the whites having a
majority of 25,000. Tho Conservatives will un?
doubtedly control tho body.
Tetlow Fever In Mobile.
MOBILE. October 24.-There were two interments
from yellow fever to-day.
Yellow Fever in New Orleanu.
NEW OKIJUNS, October 24.-Tho interments to
this morning were nineteen.
Nsw YORK, October 2L-Flour 5 a 15c. lower ;
deonne chiefly in Western brands. Wheat un?
changed. Corn 2 a 3 better. Pork heavy at $2130
a 21 40. Lard doll at 134 ?. 14. Cotton quiet at 19.
Freights dull. Turpentine dull at 55. Rosin
qniet. Stockr lower. Money 7 per cent. Starling
time 8J: sight 9L Gold 42*. *82 coupons 112j;
new issue 106|; KMffn 1004; 7-30's 104?.
Flour irregular; State 1810 a 10 35; Southern
$9 25 a $14 35. Wheat-Amber Michigan $2 70;
White $8 ia Com excited st lija 45. Oats lc.
lower. Pork $21 374- Lard heavy at 134 a 13j.
Cotton finner; sales 2500 bales, at 19* a 20. Rice
heavy, Carolina 9 a 10.}. Sugar active; Muscovado
ll} a 12^. Coffee moro active but unchanged.
Turpentine 55. Rosin $3 50 a $8. Tallow steady.
Freights lower. Money dull and easy. Gold 42|.
Sterling closed heavy at 8j a 84. 'C2 Coupons ll Jj.
BALTIMORE, October 24.-O" on dull; 18J a 19.
Flour very dull. Wheat dull, and declined Cc.;
sales of choice Southern Red $2 70. Com dull;
old White $1 40 a 1 42; new $1 20 a 1 22; Yellow
$130 a 1 36. Oats steady, 68 a 74c. Rye dull. Pro?
visions very doll and unchanged.
LOCISVTLLE, October 24.-Com in sacks $110.
Meas Pork $22 50. Should. - 14c. Sides 18Jc.
I Ard 164.
ST. LOUIS, October 24.-Flour, high grades firm;
low, weak. Wheat heavy. Corn quiet and un?
changed. Provisions dull. Mess Pork $20 75.
Shoulders 14c. Clear Sides 18c.
CINCINNATI, October 24.-Flour doll and un?
changed. Corn higher at $105. Meas Pork $21.
Bacon--Shoulders 13j a 14c.; clear Sides 17?c
WmtrnoTON, October 24.-Turpentine firm and
in demand, closing at 52c. Rosin steady; nales
of common at $3;;No. 2 at $3 25. Tar $2 65. Cot?
ton quiet at 17c.
MOBILE, October 24_Market ic. bettor; saki
1500 bales at 17Jc. for Middlings; receipts 1049.
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.-Sales 1300; prices
stiffer; Low Middlings 17J a 18. Recoipts, 1713;
exports, SSL Flour-holders ask 50c. advance;
sales at $10 50 for Superfine; double Extra $11 a
114; Ohoico $134. Com scarce and in request,
with an upward tendency; White $1 50. Oats in
fair demand, 75. Pork dull; sales in store $25 for
small lota; Bacon retailing at 15 a 154 for Shoul?
ders; 19 a 194 for Clear Sides. Lard dull aud de?
pressed; prime, in tierces, 14$. Gold 42$. Ster?
ling 54J a 57. Sight Exchange on Now York | per
SAVANNAH, October 24.-Cotton opened activo
and advancing ; sales, 2023 bales ; New York Mid?
dlings, 18jc Tho market closed quiet and steady.
Receipts, 2555 bales ; for tho woek, 13,071 ; ex?
ports, 8138 ; stock, 15,939.
AUGUSTA, October 24. -Cotton active and excited ;
salos, 1142 bales ; Middlings, 164 a 16|c; receipts,
1052 bales. _
-Tho Amita City Times says it knows from un?
doubted authority that a grand conclavo of ne?
groes from the Parishos of East Feliciana, E-.st
Baton Rouge, Livingston aud St. Jlolcnu met in
tho Western part of the first-namci1 Parish on the
14th and 15th of last month, "to arnaud the Bible
to snit the views and ideas of the newly enfran?
chised." The Times got its information from a
negro preacher, who said to tho editor, "unless
the white people do something for them tho ne?
groes aro doomed."
-lt ia a singular tact that ladies who know how
to preserve anything else, can't preserve their tem?
pers. Yet it nifty ouMly bc done on the self-sealing
principle. It is only, to keep the mouth of tho
vessel #%htly clewed.
[FOB THE DAILY N
* THE CONVENTION.
?j Tho oloction is now ordered, and tho timi
preaching when tho Stato will pass thron
of tho most impDrtaut crises that will ever
corded in her history. A few words to tho
will vote upon that occasion may bc accept
all who aro willing to discard prcjudico an
.sion, and, for once, call to their aid thc
quiet sunRCstions of their own good judgn
If any one can sec a possiblo advantage to
rived trom "opposition'' io cither of its fora
views of public policy are at lca3t peculiar,
who have thc power in their hands will not
timidatedby anything short of terrors g
than they cuu inspire themselves. Now, *
there within the reach of thc Southern ]
that eau Alarm tho Republican party ? Tb
ronlier ol' General Lee settled tho argumc
"forco" forever, aud ii force cannot be cmj
what will it avail to "quarrel" about issue
wc cannot possibly control ?
If the hr.po be, that tho recent election-; in
and Pennsylvania exhibit the growth of Sou
opinions in Northern latitudes, bear what i
by a Charlcstonian, now in Now York : "I
many of our people will concludo that the I
of thc late elections in Pennsylvania and
will bo of great service to them. 8uch a he
idle. Tho apparent defeat ol the Republican
in thoso States, does not mean that tho Non
people are not as thoroughly united as to tho r
ot thc South, os they were in the early part c
year. If our people did not learn enough o
perfidy of tho Democratic party, during tho
they deserve to have the lesson taught I
This is from the pon of a soldier and a c
headed Southerner, who has watched eli
every passing event as bearing upon the c
tions of the day, and his opinion is that it w
be "idlo" to expcot any encouragement from
Democratic party in any of tho issues now p
ing-for the lato elections havo only scttloc
dom' stic affairs of those Statos. The pcoplo '.
said that they do not desiro negro suffrage w
they live, and tlitt is all that they intend to
They do not mean that they want any obstruct
thrown in tho way of .cr ostruction, now prep!
upon tho enly basis that could meet the gee
approbation. They no not mean to say that I
want anything reconsidered that has already I
determined upon-anything unsettled that is
clearly understood. Nor do they mean to say I
they desir) to cultivate a spirit of resista
among Southern pooplo, in order to reanim?te
fos ils that have boen buried so deeply by the
cont wai-. They have no idea of renewing
cruel Btrifo upon the very issues which havo b
lost and won; but they do intend to say that t
considor the pian of reconstruction definitely i
tied, and that it mast be carried out in tho Sot
no matter what questions it may please tho vol
of certain Statos to discuss among themscb
Let it not bo forgotten that oven Reverdy John
voted for this plan as the best that oould bo
vised; aud nothing has occurred since that v
that has changed his c pinion.
Thoso who turn their eyes hopefrDy to Mr. "\
landigham should romembor his own prudenco i
ring tho war. Ho subsided into whispers li
would scarcely disturb tho silenco of midnig
He found satisfactory reasons for this course
the power or tho party that he dared not assi
How much stronger is ho now, when all the hom
of his Southern allies aro already pickett*
VVero it not so, tho struggle that Mr. Vallauil
liam would counsel would find its parallel only
tho history of Mexico. It would gash afresh t
sealing wound which the South cannot permit
blood any longer and hope to exist in tutu
VVhat do wo want with any more struggles-pi
ticularly at a timo when tho renewal of slr
night light tho torch in the Northern Statos thoi
jolves, and this whole Union proscnt to tho woi
i nation of gladiators, thirsting for each otho;
. i -. j ? ?VIM IS it that wants any eiepe iwim
.hat direction, and that cannot seo tho Buffing
>f "armies" called for to decido tho issues th
will bo raised, and never bo determined until, li
: he people of mighty Rome, wo sink down so lc
in the scala of haman groatness that wo socuro
iiisorabie safety by our insigni?icenco I
This need not be our fato, unless all the cou
?ls of prudence aro blindly rejected, and tl
ferocious impulses of wild boasts of tho forest 1
accepted insterd. Thoro is a time even for thc
io bo useful, but that time has gono by -thi
lavo failed to accomplish anything in war
;heir appropriate sphere-and now t!>at is ovc
is beings ondowed with reason, it is our busine
md our doty lo listen lo its dictated, lu tho flr
?laco, it only requires tho magnanimity of tl
gambler, who has staked his all and lost it, I
surrender the States to tho winner. It is hard 1
do-ovory one feels this-thc soutimcut is unive
sal- but nevertheless, tho duty is the samo. Tl
loser hos no right to withhold unythitig, and 1
docs not properly recognise hie situation, if 1
attempts to clo so. It has not been dcmandei
however, for tho winner has not only surrend? e
hiB right to our lands, but has invited us to forgi
tho past, and accept all tho rights of citizens!"
which ho enjo) s himself.
Secondly. Ii thc disagreeable altornativo of nogi
auftrage is made a condition, it is because we ri
fused to accept tho Howard Constitutional Amone
ment, under which wo might havo boen rostore
to tho Union without that condition. For th!
purpoBO the negro vote ia a "necessity"and cannc
be disponsed with ; whatcvor may bo the futui
policy it is evident that that vote, on the proser
occasion, is simply a locomotivo, placed upon tb
track in order to draw in tho Southern Statos t
their places in the Union, which they refused t
accept upon terms offered that wore far loss ot
In tho third placo. When starvation throatonc
tho people, all classes of society at thc North rc
membered tho suffering South, and ship-load aftc
ship-load of corn and bacon were generously sen
for our relief, at a time, too, when the eons am
daughters of the generous donors wero exclude?
from thc social circle by mat y of those who wer
benefittcd by the consignments. If thoso are ou
enemies where shall wc find our friends ! Au?
this too, with a knowledge that wo had shot thei
fathers, brothers and sons, in such numbers tba
their gi-avcs would mako a city of thc dead ; am
whilst hundreds ol the survivors with ariputatO(
anns or legs, or bodies othorwiso maimed, wen
constantly before thoir eyes, calling upon thc vul
gar mind for vengoanco only. \Yo ought not ti
concedo to thom a prc-euiinence in ibo God-lik
virtuo of forgivonoss, but knowing that wo havi
much to forgive ourselves, wc should meet then
in a Bimilar spirit, and, liko brothers willing to bi
reconciled, place om1 mutual sacrifices on acorn
mou altar and invoko tho Divine blessing upon ou:
humble efforts to efface and retrieve the unfortu
Foin thly. This conciliatory spirit will achievi
for tho South far more tlmn that il ?-temper, whicl
can only start the avalanche, without tho power l<
arrest its destruction. What can wc poBsibli
gain by eontinually annoying ths Northern mind
and provoking it to tighteu the cords by which w<
are already bound ? But meet them in a spirit o
cordial reconciliation we will find our protectors
whore they arc now coiistraiuod to be dictators
providing for their own safety by depriving thos<
who seem to bo hostile of thc power of doing au}
moro harm. Lot thom bo assured that tho Soutl
intends to lmrmonieo cordially with the North, auc
one by one tho knots now complained of will bc
untied, and the eamo power that lins oxerlcd it
Bolf 60 fearfully for evil wUl henceforth be exortec
iu offices of valuable friendship.
The flr?t step to be taken in this new and de?
sirable direction, is to cole fur the Convention!
Make it as respectable as possible, and lot its pro
ccedings conform to tho model prepared by Con
gross. If any dclcgato introduces other matter,
foroign to thc logitimato business of thc Conven
tior, or if it shall appear that its proner function?
have boon unwisely pcrvertod to improper ends,
tue only remedy is with that Congress, which maj
contain enemies or friends, just as thc pooplo may
choose to make them, ono or tho other. If they
entitle thomaclvos to tho protection ol Congress,
by a hearty acceptance of tho terms ottered, there
ia not a reasonable doubt that the Constitution
will bo purified and mado entirely acccptablo to UH
before that Congress will impose it upon those
whom they wish to piotcct. Fortunately, no wild
schemes that may bo introduced t heroin by vision?
ary delegatos will beconio tho law of this State,
until they havo boon approved at Washington; and
all may see clearly that thero is no protection for
the South, oxcopt what ie to be found in the confi?
dence that has boen inspired there. Thie, then,
is tho work beforo us, and it is worthv of thc most
active and hosest exertions.
For if tho South over riacs from its ruins, North?
ern capital and genius aud energy must bc the in?
struments employed in its resuscitation. At pres?
ent they aro all driven away by tho cold rccoption
that has boen extended to thom herotoforc. All that
they want is a hearty wolcome, and they will come,
but not otherwise; and that welcomo they ought
to have. Wc are a homogeneous people-the joint
hoirs of thc same hciitago of natioual greatness
anil glory. Tho people of tho North have already
distinguished them sol vea in all tho walks of sci?
ence, civilization end progress-their comruerco
whitens every ocean, and their locomotives arc now
dashing overland through the homo of tho buffalo
and the Iudian, to scale thc peaks of thc Bucky
Mountains aud bsstow thc vitality of arterial cir?
culation aliko upon Maine and upon California.
Who is thcro that is not willing to unito his des?
tiny with the futuro of such a pcoplo and to claim
all thc extraordinary powors thoy havo displayed,
both in peace and in war, as tbeir own?
Now, for such as aro willing to seize tho oppor?
tunity as it passes, the timo has como. If you
have lost much, you will only loso moro by a con?
tinual growl. Awake to tho realities of tho times,
ard conform yourselves to tho situation which ycu
cannot ctoapc ! Presidont Johnson's revolution
will reach you, first, for you aro hero without
friends and without arms, and will attract the
hostilo no:icc of thoso who may think it necessary
to remoro thc allies as well as attack thc enemy.
Tura which way you will, tho power of tho Repub?
lican party has to bo confronted-at this power
tho whole nation has stood appalled-but lt is
yours, if you will have it. Chooso now, for tho
last time, whether wo shall all march onwards to?
gether as friends and brothors to a glorious desti?
ny in thc future, or turn once moro to the busi
ness of wholesale butchery ! On tho one haud
peaco, happiness and prosperity invito; on the
other, starvation, death and suffering await you.
Which w ill yiu chooso ?
Finally, the writer docs not despair that tho
forco of thea ? considerations wilt reach thc minds
of some who will particularly examine thom.
Much haB appeared in tho public prints calculated
to excite tho mind against thc Convention now
about to bo hold, whilst very few have been willing
to encourage tho pcoplo in tho adoption of a
policy, tho advocacy of which is calculated to at?
tract odium. If thoro bc any truth in tho views
hero presented which thc people ought to know,
whatever odium may bo excitod in tho attempts to
placo it before them, is a matter of very small con?
sequence. They ought to know precisely whore
this voto will place thom. If thoy could l.avo
found a friend in I860 who would havo told thom
frankly whero secession would place them, they
would havo been saved all the toils and suffcriug
they havo since endured. Tho rovorso of tho pic
turo was never shown to them-all such matter
being excluded from the press-and they wore lcd
ou, step by step, to Lho precipico, blindfolded,
and then pitched over ! The very uain-j thing is
about being enacted over again. If tho peuple can
remember tho past, Burely thoy will bo wiso for
tlie future Unless they havo thc powor to "forco"
tho Ropublican party from t'.ie plan of reconstruc?
tion, thou, upon overy reason that ought to infin
enco sensible mon, they should go with it, and re
storo tho State to tho Union; aud this can only be
dono by voting for a Convention !
Ti ue. thcro is much in the plan proposed whioh
is unpleasant to tho Southern pcoplo, and it is but
natural that many of them should oxpress them?
selves in strong terms ; and no ono would expect
thom to "writhe with graco, or groan melodiously."
For those tho greatest charity will be demanded,
and should bo allowed, whilst others, who may
respect the sentiments, will not acknowledge it as
a rulo of action, but pretor to bo guided by thoso
convictions of tho understanding ffhfoh demand
reasons and not impulses as tho;r governing prin?
ciples. C. W. DUDLEY.
BEXXETTSvnj.E, 8. C., October 22, 1867.
[FKOM omi SPECIAL connEsroNDENT.J
NEW YORK. Octobor 21,1867.
When, I infonn your readers that a basketful of
greenbacks, to thc pleasant lune of a thousand
dollars, was collected yesterday in fivo minutes in
tho large congregation in Plymouth Church, for
thc benefit of a worthy lady, ono and all will natu?
rally jump to tho conclusion that said worthy lady
i? nono other than the widow of the late Presidont
Lincoln, but thc jump woud lanld thom into a
pond of gravo error, for thc greenbacks woro for
another. Mrs. Pottor is thc namo of tho rocipient
of tho handsome donation, which followed hard
upon the eulogistic discourso of tiio oloquent
Henry Ward Beecher, who touched, at tho same
timo, tho hearts and pockot-nerves of his Hock.
Mrs. Pottor is a Charl estonian, and hor 6tory is
replete with pathos. At thc beginning of the war
hoi* husband, it is said, boldly avowed himself a
Union man, but instead of quitting tho rebellious
South and betaking himself to a moro loyal por?
tion of Uncle sam's dominions, ho and his good
lady remained in Charleston, and devoted them?
selves entirely to tho self-impoeod task of provid?
ing for thc wants and comforts of such Union sol?
diers aa woro so unfortunate as to bo capturod by
us poor rebolB. Tho good samaritans spont about
forty thousand dollars in tho charitablo cause, and
and had up to thia time received nothing back ;
but as one thousand dollars in healthy groonbaclrj
was collected for them yesterday, it may bo con?
sidered a fair set off to thc forty thousand in Con?
federate monoy, and Beecher has proven himeolf
to bo a first-rate oxchango broker. Tho labors of
tho good samaritans did not terminate with tho
war, for thoy havo, 'tis Baid, secured a largo spot
in Magnolia, whither aro to bo transferred tho
bodies ofthreo huudred Union soldiors now buried
in Pottorsfield. Thc new Pottorslield will bo sur?
rounded with an iron fence, and a suitable monu?
ment will be erected within the enclosure.
Tho eloctioii returns from Ohio, showing a majo?
rity already of sixty-five thousand and indicating
cvon a still moro emphatic prolost against tho ad?
visability of negro suflrago, has fallen liko a bomb?
shell into tho Radical camp hero, and thoro is a
groaniug and a gnashing of tooth-tho blaok freed?
man has already begun to assunio thc shapo and
proportions of a mammouth white elephant not only
in thc regions of Ure sunny South, but evon in the
very nursery and cradle of the Radical baby along
the shot es that lio, as runs the song, "Away down
the river of tho Ohio." Mr. Cbaso had gono over
home to seo to it that tho political gander Bhould
ho? the other way, but the gander hopped not os
ho desired, and tho chase was a gooso chase, and
A negro may, in some respects, be equal to a
white man, and is indeed much better in many in?
stances than his bleached brother, but people are
beginning, as poor Artemus waa wont to say, to
sec Hie thing in different1 lamps, and tho refrain ol'
the sons "a nigger is a nigger" has be en taken up
ag:iin evc-ii in the North, and will bo sung lill the
music thereof is encored by thc audience nf thc
world. Tho wise advice given to little Bo-Poop,
whose sheep had strayed away, I mean tho in?
junction to lot thom alone, may bc well tendered to
the Democrats ?it this crisis. Wo have simply to
wash our bands of this negro suTragu qm jtion
an ? loavo it to tho so-called friends of Sambo and
Pompey, who are already just as much disgusted
with tho dish as ia a w. ll fed quadrupod of tho ca?
nine species with a remnant of cold whortleberry
A chango is fast coming over.thc spirit of every?
body's dream, and things in general, with our
dark brethren in particular, must oro long find
their lovel. Tho South will not boa St. Domingo,
and wo shall have a white man's governmont after
General Sheridan has arrived here ag-in, and is
at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel; but tho Sheridan ma?
nia has been played out, ami tho second advent of
the great man creates no excitement even among
snch of his admirers as bawled themselves into
sore throats when ho niado his grand entree here n
few weeks ago. Ile caine: ho saw; lie spoke: and
was a lion. Ho trent; was cheered; carno back,
and is a lamb. He saw again, bat spoke not nor
conquered inure. I verily believe that even Moul?
trie himself croki not keep up an excitement lontr
anion:,' tho ncw-acnsation-craviiig people of this
Iv. thc week just passed there hns boen raile r a
lively timo in tho gold market, and the precious
metal fluctuated betweon 113 and ll!?. Somo had
ominously supposed that the premium must fall,
on account of thc anticipated disbursement from
tho Treasury of twenty-live millions in coin i uo as
interest on tho first of November; bat as these
payments are fouud to have boon discounted lung
?TO, there may be a rise instead of fal!. 'The
chango in the political uspect rf arTuirs ha* caused
tho eyes ?hat gobi and stocks do flare with to have
more speculation thereon than Macbeth fouid in
Bauqno's visual ora:ams, and there will bo an excit?
ing time in tho gold room and thc stock exchange
for several weeks to como at least.
Cotton is no longer "quiet, ' as in my hst ropo: t.
lt has awaked, and already begins to loo.: up and
make some healthful noise. Upwards of twenty
niuo hundred balos changed hands last Saturday
at an advance of a half cont per pound, and mc*
than ono half was at once exported. The cottoi
moil aro smiling and in tho best of spirits, ant
tako their lobster salad lunchos at Delmonico'i
with ronewed custo.
Tho theatrical horizon boro has novor been af
bright and beautiful as it alreadv is this soison
and now, although tho brightest particular star ha
prone iu Ristori, who has taken horsclf to tho City
of Brotherly Lovo, thero ie much loft that is wei
First of all, thc great Janauschok. ?ho ha.s ap
poared iu several new rolos, and co.?inncd ber re?
putation as a wonderful artist; next the Italiau
Opora at tho Academy, whore Don Bucofalo bas
just boen brought out, and a host of theatres and
places of amusement.
Julia Doan is at tho Broadway, whoro she draws
well; but sbo is not tho Julia Boan wo saw in
Charloston many years ap;o. She may bo a moro
finished artist than she was in thoso good old
days, when Marchant reigned, and catorcd to our
tastes, but sbo lacks tho ficsbacss or youth and
oveu her beauty bas bcon somowhat impaired hy?
the not gentle touch of l ather Time. Julia Doan
then was wont to cry from her heart, and now she
weeps from ber art, which may bo tho same in bad
(b) Engbsh, but docs not produoe so good an of?
Tho Black Crook and tho Devil's Auction eaob
hive their disciples. The former excels in tho
magnificenoo of tho scenery, and tho latter ia tho
superior art and beauty of tho fair Annseutee.
They both draw woll.
At tho Theatre Francois the opera Bouffe altor
natos with tho Fronch drama. Rip Van Winkle
one week moro at the Olympic, and then Mid
Naomi, the Jewish Maiden, at tho Now York, by
Misa Prico. Billy Florene* and bia wife at'tho
Broadway noxt week. MOULTRIE.
[Frnm th* SaiUncn Sun,]
SEVEN nr. APPOINTMENT-TUI AL OF JEFFERSON DA?
VIS-CASHS OP FENIANS IN GREAT BRITAIN-ACTION
OF TUB UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT_FBTITIJN
FROM GENERAL POPE'S MILITARI DISTRICT_FUTURE
PO Lld OF THE PRESIDENT-THE OAP INET, OvO.
WASHINGTON, October 22_Secretary Mcculloch
to-day appoiuted J. E. Risley, Esq., Deputy Com?
missioner of Internal Revenue Mr. Risley has
recontl.' resided in New York city, but carno from
Indiana, raid is seloctod as a Western man and in
defcrenco to thc demand of influential men of tho
West, who asked that tho region be represented in
tho Revenue Department. Mr. Risley goes on
duty in tho Bureau in Washington.
Air. Chandler, United States District Attornoy at
Richmond, and Hon. Wm. E. Evarts, couiwel for
tho Govornment in tho case of tho Government vu.
Jefferson Davis, had an interview with Attorney
Oonoral Stanbery to-day, and it was arranged that
tho trial of Mr. Davis should positively tako placo
nt tho appointed timo, no matter what Judgopro
Complaint is mado to tho administration thai
Minister Adams bas neglected to urge the British
Government for tho relcaso of Jahn ?aglo and
John Warren, bold as Fenians, without charge or
trial, in prisoo in Ireland.
From official sources it is learned that Sir Frede?
rick Bruce, just prior to his death, upon sugges?
tion from tho President and Secretary McCuhoch,
had recommended tho release of these two man,
and it is learned from tho samo source that our
Government hos appealed to the British authori?
ties for im mediato consideration of all tho caso - of
anetta of Fenians who claim to be citixons of thia
country, and tho disci argo at once of all against
whom no valid chargo of violations of law can bo
Prominent citizons of Georgia, of rebel ante?
cedents, have bcon calling tho attention of Gene?
ral Graut and tho President to what they tenn tho
convention echorno ot Gonoral I'opo, wnich, they
claim, discriminates injuriously against white citi?
zens. Upon the presentation of their petition to
tho President and General Grant, both replied -
that as they construed tho Reconstruction Acta,
thoy had no power to control General Pope's ac?
tion in tho promises. General Grant remarked
that bo bad no control ovor district commandera
save in tho matter of removals from office.
Attention being directed in the newspapers to
tho report of tho views and purposes of the Presi?
dent aa set forth in tho Washington correspon
donco of the Boston Post, whoroin Mr. Johnson is
represented as giving permission to publish that
ho will resist Congress, should an attempt he
mado to deposo bim, and that he propoaos to make
changes in tho Cabinet whon tho November .elec?
tions are over, tho President was applied to to-day
to ascertain whothcr ho had given authority for
Tho reply was thj&MJWi!l.^
w??rdo horoaftor deponds altogether upon contin?
gencies that may ariso, and that Congress will
liavo to tako tho initiative in any extremo, doubt?
ful or illegal nieasuros, beforo ho would determino
what shall bo his course. As to Cabinot reorgan?
ization, he had not made known to any ono that
ho proposed to make changes.
SPECIAL HOT ICES."
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PLIOATION will bo mado at tho end of two months for
tho incorporation of a Company for tho Manufacturo ol
CHEMICALS, ACIDS AND FERTILIZERS.
September G _ ffl
?-ADMINISTRATION NOTICE.-ALL PER*
sons having claim? against th - Estate of thc late JAMES
P. EAR I.E. deceased, ors requested to present them,
duly att sled; omi th -ac indebted to the mid Estate will
mako payment to Messrs. DURYEA A COH?N, Attor?
neys ot Law, Library Building, Northwest corner of
Church and Broad Rtrrct?. ANNA E. EARLE,
October 18 _18_Adm inls tra trix.
MST MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AND THE
HAPPINESS OP TRUE MANBTJOD.-An Essay foi ;
Young Men on tho Crime ol Solitude, and the Physlc
logical Errors, /buses and Diseases which create tm
pediments to MARRIAGE, with sure means or Relief.
Seul lu sealed letter envelopes, freo of charge.
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Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pu.
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December 10 lw
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WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF OUR CUSTOM?
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Manufactured In oar own Workshops, ?xpr. sali tor this
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\ completo assortment of GENTLEMEN'S WHIT!
fcND COLORED SHIRTS, <ILK, MICHINO ( ill wool
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MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS < PARKER,
CORNER OF HASEL STRSET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
/WTlic Friend? o nd Acquaintances of Mrs.
0. W. BLACK and her Bona, GEO. C. and THOMAS P.
BLACK, are respectfully invited to attend tho Funeral
Services of Ute latter from his lato residence, Ko. 33 So?
ciety street, st Throe o'clock, This Afternoon.
?3- VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Vou aro respectfully invited to attend tho Funeral Ser?
vices of your la c brothor member, THOMAS P. BLACK,
from his late residence in Society street, TMs Afternoon,
wiUiout further Invitation.
Assemble at Engine House, in citizen's dres.", at half
past Two o'clock P. M. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
October 25 1 Secretary.
Headquarters Second Military District, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 22,1B?7. J
IGENIBAL OBDEIIS, NO. K5G.1
L Tho follow! g supplementary instructions are pub?
lished for government of Boards and officers connected
IL A session of each Boord of Registration, for tho
final revision of the registration lists, will bo held at a
convenient point, to bo selected by tho Board, within its
rqristration precinct. Tho soveral Boards will not sit In
tua several election precincts as heretofore, hut ata
singlo place designated as abovo provided; and any per?
son entitled to registration within such registration pre?
cincts, wUl Ins there registered in the book of the elec?
tion precinct In which he may reside.
III. Tho section for final revision will bo held on
Tuesday, the 5th day of November nest, and will continue
five consecutive days.
TV. Rcasonablo public notice shall bo given in oach
election precinct, whero registration has heretofore
laken place, of tho time and placo of holding thc setsion
provided for in paragraph II, and of the object of such se
sion as provided by Acts of Congress in relation thereto.
V. Commanding Officers of Posts are required to con
veno, by crder, tho Boards of Registration, at pome con
vouiont placo wilbla their respectivo registration pre?
cincts, immediately upon receipt of lids ordar, io:-tho
purpose of making arrangements for holding thc scasion
provided for in parajrraph II.
VI. At the meet im: provided for by paragraph III the
Boarus will toko treasures to causo due notice x> be
given, i f the meotirg for final revision, as prescribed in
VII. Tba Commanding Officers of Posts will, as far as
practicable, afford facilities to thc Boaids in iho publica?
tion of such notioss, by requiring local civil magistrates
or other oillccrs in the vicinity whero notices aro to
bc po. ted, to attnm'i to thc posting of such notices as
may bc transmitted to them for t :at purpose by mail or
Ihorwisc, by the Boord * of Registration.
VIH. Tho pay anl mileago of registrars upon the final
evisiou will be the same ss heretofore allowed, exsept
that only eight day? will bo allowed for all sorvicei rm
(lered bv the registrars. Miloago will only be allowed
for o?o journey to md fiom each of the two sessions of
tho Boards herein provided for,
LY. The final registration will bo completed MI Uupli
cate in the rcsistratio:i books already provided; ?nd on
tho completion thereof, ono set of said books will be re?
tained by the Beards ol Roglstration, to bo placed in tho
hands of <he managers and inspectors of elections when
such officers shall bo appointed and duly qualified, and
tho othor set will bo transmitted through tho Post Com
mandora to these HeaflquirterB.
X. Commanding Officers of Pasta will seo that all
orders in regard to tho completion of the lists aro com?
plied with, and that the books 'ara complete in accord?
ance with such orders, before forwarding thc nomo as
By oommend of Brt. Majer-General ED. B. 8. CAHBT.
LOUIS V. C AZI ABC,
Aido de-Camp, Act. Asst Adjt-GenoraL
Official: 0. M. MITCHEL, Aldo do-Camp.
Headquarters Second Military District,!
CHASUESTOM, 8. C., October xi. 18G7. J
[Ciao UL AI?. J
I. Commanding Officers of Posts, upon tho nomina?
tions bf tho Boards of Rogislrntlon, will appoint for each
election precinct or polling placo within theil oom manda,
three discreet and duly qualified persons, who will bo
designated "Managers of Elections"-in all appoint?
ments for tho State of South Carolina-and "Inspectors
II. When suitable persons cannot otherwise bo ob?
tained, members ol the- Boards ef Registration wil. be
eligible forthat purpose.
UL When it is impracticable to fill such offices for any
election precinct or polling place, such election precinct
or polling place will, by order of the Post Commander,
he consolidated with au adjoining election precinct or
polling placo for which ruch appointments arc complets.
Such consolidation win only be made among tho resptc
tive election precinols belonging to one registration pre?
IV. The orler appointing officers of elections will
specify Ute election product or polling place by number,
and also by the local name or designation thereof, If any,
and also will specify the registration precinct tr? which
the Haine belongs, r-.ml tho County or District for which
Oro same ls made; mid such order will be forwarded with?
out delay to theso Headquarters.
V. Tho oflleora appointed as above pioviilo.l will, lm
modisia'.y upon being appointed by thc orders of Uio
Commanding Officers of Posts qualify by toking tho
oath prescribo.! iu General Orders No. C5, current series,
Irom these Headquarters, Form No. 1.
VL Commanding Officers of Posts will fill nil vacan
slcs in thc office of Registrar that miy occur, stating in
tho order therefor the persons to whoso piners such ap?
point incut ls mode, and thc cause of such vacancy; and
such appointer will .'orthwith qualify.
VU. Whim a Registrar is a candidate for election at
the election ordered to take place on the 10th and 20th
days of November next, ho wliall give notice thereof to
tho Post Commander, and such office of Registrar shall
bo deemed vacant
Viii. Tho powers and duties of Registrars as superin?
tendents of elections, and of officers of elections whose
appointments ore herein provided for. will io fixed by
TX. Managers and Inspectors of Elections will receive
uo pay or mileage, but wUl bo entitled for clerical labor,
not to exceed the stun of ten dollars for each Board for
all duties performed tn regard tb elections.
X. Tho pa. and miloago of Registrara as superintend?
ents of elections will be fixed by General Orders.
By command of Bvt Major-Gonerol ED. R. S. CAMBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aido-de-Oamp, Act'g. Ass't. Adj't. Gen'l.
Official: L. V. CAZIARC, Aide-de-camp, Act'g. Ass't.
Oe teller 'it_
mW BOYAL. HAVANA LOTrEB?.-rOEES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The bl?hest rates paid for DOUBLOONS ?nd all kinds
ot GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR ft CO., Bankers,
No. 16 Wall street,
October Tl? _ lyr N.iw York.
AW.NOTICU TJ MAMNEKS.-C A l"i MN .:'
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor tholr vessels In As dey
Uiver, aro requested uol lo do so anywhere within direti
rang? nf tho brads of Hie SAVANNAH RAILROAL
WHARVES, on tho Charleston end St Andrew's side ol
tho Ashley IU ?or; by which precaution, contact with th?
Submarine Telegraph Cable will be avoided.
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Harhor Master's Office, i fharleston, Febrnary 0,lHtlC.
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ko. l-tl M .'On . street, 6f?poslta Charleston Hotel.
Headquarters Second Military District |
CHARLESTON. S. C., October 21, 1867. J
[OSNEBAX, OBDKBS NO. 105.]
Post Commanders may admit to boil persons nol sub?
ject to tho Articles of War, held in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security,
os provided in the following paragraph:
Security shall consist: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond is required as fail by tho State
law in like cases; or, 2d, of a bond in like sum, running
to the Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
j with all ordora, with surety, who must be a freeholder
Iand must juslity In twice tho amount of the penally, and
must, under s. ah authorize any officer so ordered by the
Post Commander, in case of default, and non-payment
by the surety on dcm ?nd, to summarily scizo and sell
Hufieieut of thc property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy the forfeiture and cost*; and immediately upon de?
fault mode, tho bond shall constitute a hen upon the per?
sonal property of both principal and surety.
- All boil and other bonds taken under miiltoty authori?
ty will conform to the foregoing di rec tiona when not
otherwise specially provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-General ED. R. S. CANBT.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aid-de-Camp, Act'g. Asst. AdJ't Gani.
Official: 0. M. MITCHEL, Aid-do-Camp.
Headquarter* Second "I Ul ta ry District,)
CHAJILSSTOW. S. C., October 16, 11167. J
[GEKEUAL OBDK38, No. 99.]
By the terms ot' the Act of Congress entitled "An Act
to pr?vido for tho moro efficient government of the
Rebel States," pressed March 2d, 18C7, and of the acts of
March 23d, and July 19tb, 1867, supplementary Uiereto,
it is mode the duty of tho Commanding General of this
?luitory District to cnuso a registration to be made of the
malo Inhabitants of tho State of South Carolina of the
ago of twenty-one years and upwards and qualified by
thc terms of said Acts to vote, and after such registra?
tion is completo, to order an electio i to bo held, at
which the rogistured voters of said State shall vote for or
against a Convention, for tho purpose of establishing a
Constitution and civil government for tho said State,
loyal to the Unicn, and for delegates to said Convention,
and to give at lettst thirty days' notice of tho timo and
place at which add election sholl be hold ; and the said
registration hading been completed hi said State of !
South Carolina, it is ordered:
. First. That an election be held in the State of South
Carolina, commencing on Tuesday, tho 19th day of No?
vern ocr, 18C7, a d ending on Wednesday, thc 20th day of
November, 18C7, at which all registered voters of said
State may vote "For a Convention," or "Against a Con
vont?on," and for delogates to conslitate the Conven?
tion-ia case a majority of the voles given on that ques?
tion shall be for a Convention, and in case a majority of
(he registered voters shall have voted on the question of
holding such Convention.
Second. It sholl bo ihe duty of the Boards of Registra?
tion in South Carolina, commencing lourtccn days prior
to tho election herein ordered, and giving reasonable
public notice ot tho timo and place thereof, to revise for
period o.? Ave days tho registration hats, and upon being
satisfied that any person not entitled thereto has been
registered, to strike the name cf such person from thc
list; and such person shall not bo entitled to vote. Tho
Boards of Registration shill also, daring the same
period, add to each registers the names of all person*
who at that time possess the qualifications required by
mid Acts, who haro not already boen registered.
Third. In d.ciding who are to bj stricken from ar
iddod to tho registrad m lists, tho Boards will be guided
by t.e law of March 2d, 1867, and tho laws supplement?
ary thereto, and their attention is specially directed to
tho Supplementary Act of July 19th, 1867.
Fourth. Tho said election will be held in each District
lt such places as may hereafter be designa tod. under the
mpcrtutendencc of the Boards of Registration as pre?
nded by lew, and In records noe with Instructions here?
lfter to be given to said 13 janis In conformity with the
tata of Congress and as far ai may bo with tho laws ot
Fifth. All Judges and dorks employed in conducting
?id election shall, before commencing to hold tho same,
bc sworn to tho taithiul perin noonoo of their duties, and
mall also take and subscribe the oath of catlee prescribed
by law fur officers of tho United States.
SUth. Tho polls shall bc opened at such voting places
U eight o'clock in tho forenoon, and closed at four
k in tho afternoon of each dav, and shall be kept
Seventh. >o member of tho Board of Reg ist ration, who
ts a candidato tor election as a delegate to thc Conven?
tion, shall nervo as a judge or thc election in uuy District
which he scoks to represent.
Eighth. Tho Sheriff and other peaco officers of each
District ore required to bo present during the whole time
Lhat Hie iKills oro kept opon, and tm ul thc election is
completed ; and will bo mano responsible that there
shall bc no interference with judges of elections, or other
interruption of good order. It thero Bhould bo more
than ono polling place iu any District, the Sheriff of tho
District ??empowered and directed to make such assign?
ments of his deputies, and other peace officers, to tho
other polling places, as may, m his judgment, best sub
eerve tho purposes of quiet and order ; and he is fur?
ther n (pured to report these arrangements in odvar.ee to
tho Commander ol tho Military Post m which his Dis?
trict ls situated.
Ninth, Violence, or threats of violence, or or discharge
from employment, or other oppressive moans to prevent
any person from registering, or exercising his right of
voting, ld positively prohloito.l, aud any such attempts
will bc reported by tho registrars or Judges o? elections
to tho Post Commander, and will cause the arrest and
trial of the offender! by military authority.
Ti nth. AU bar-room.), saloons, and other places for tho
solo of liquor ) by retail, will be closed from 6 o'clock ot
the e vening or tho lbtu of November, unlit C o'clock of
the morning of tho 21st of November, 1867, and during
this time tho sale of oU intoxicating liquors at or near
any polling place ia prohibited. The police officers ol
cities and towns, and tho Shoriffs ODd other peace officers
of Districts, will bo held responsible for the strict en?
forcement of fiais prohibition, and will promptly arrest
and hold for trial all persons y ho may transgress it
Eleventh. Military Interference with elections "unless
it shall be necessary to repel tho armed enemies of tho
United States, or to keep tho peace at thc polls," ta pro?
hibited by tho Act of Congress approved February 26th,
1866, and uo soldiers will be allowed to apiiear at any
lolling place, on leal as citizens of tho State they are
qualified and are registered as voters, and then only lor
tho purpose of votitg; but tho Commanders ol'Posta
will kocp their troops m ell in has? on tho days of elec?
tion, und WU be prepared to act promptly if tho civil
authorities aro unablo to preservo the peaco.
Twelfth. The returns required by law to bo made to the
Commander of tho District of the result of this election,
will bc rendered by Uw Boards of Bcglstrotlon of thc
several registration precincts through the Commanders
of the Military Post? in which thoir precincts ore situa?
ted, and in accordance with thc dota?ed instructions
hcrcalter to bc given.
Tltirteentli. Tho nnmbor of delegates to tho Convention
i i determined by law, and is tho number or members ot
tito moat numerous branch of the Legislature for the
year eighteen hundred and sixty, and this number, one
hundred and twenty-four, ia apportioned to the repr??
sentative Districts of tho Suite in thc ratio ol' registered
voters aa lollows:
District of Charleston.Nine (9) Delogates.
District or Berkeley.Niuo (9) Delegates.
Dist!let of Colletou.live (5) Delegates.
District ol Beaufort.Scvon (7) Delegates.
District or Georgetown.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Horry.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Williamsburg.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Morion.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Darlington.Four (i) Delegates
District of Marlboro'.Two (2) Delogates.
District of Chesterfield.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Sumter.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Clarendon.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Cornwell.Six (6) Delegates.
District of Edgolield.Scvon (7) Delegates.
District of Oraugcburg.Fivo (5) Delegates.
District ol Kershaw.Three (3) Delogates.
i istrlct of Richland.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Lexington.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Newberry.Three (3) Delegates.
District ot Laurens.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Abbovlllo.Flvo (5) Delegates.
District of Anderson.Throe (3) Delegates.
District of Greenville.Foot ia) Delegates.
District of Bickens. .Throe (3) Dolegatea.
District ol Spartauburg.Four (4) Delegates.
District or Union.Three (3) Delegates.
District of York.Four (4) Delegates.
District or Cheater.Three (3) Delegates.
District or Fairfield.Three (3) Delegates.
District ot Lancaster.T*? l2> ^legates.
Bv eommsnd of Bvt. Major-General ED. R. S. Cwrax.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aid-do-Camp. Act'g. Asst. Adj't, Gen.
Official: LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aid-dc-Cauip. A. A. A. G.
October 17 _
?-NEBV??8 DEBILITY, WITH ITS GLOOM >
attendants, low spirits, depression. Involuntary onus
?ions, loss of semen, spermat rrhoja, loss of power, dizzj
bc ad ' loss of memory, and threatened Impotence and fat>
? n inty, find a sovereign cure in HUMPHREYS' HO
MEOPATflTC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com?
posed ol the most valuable mild and potent curatives
,hev ulrike at oneo the root of tho matter, tone up un
.. st? m arro, i thc discharges, and impart vigor and en?
ergy, life and vitality, to (lie entire man. They havi
cured thoownls of cases. Prico$5 per package of six
boxes and vial, or SI per single box. Sold hy druggist*,
and sent by mall on receipt ol price Address HUM
fflUEi'S' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICTMT
COMPANY, No. 902 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
*y TURNER'S TIC DOULOUREUX OR
TUEN ER'S TIC DOULOUREUX OR
UNIVERSAL .MOL'KA LUI A PILL.
UNIVERSAL X KL KAI Ail \ PILL.,
A SAFE. CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CURE FOB NEU?
RALGIA AND ALL NERVOUS DISEASES.
It is an unfailing remedy in all cases of Facial Neural,
gia, otten effecting a perfect cure in a single day. No
for.a of Nervous Disease tails to yield to its magic in tin.
euee. Even thc severest eises of Chronic Neuralgia and
general Nervous Derangements of many years' standing,
affecting the entire system, arc completely and perma?
nently cured by it m a few days, or a few weeks at the
utmost It contains nothing injurious to the most deli?
cate system, and eau always bc used with perfect safety.
It is in constant usc by the best physicians, who gire it
their unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of SI and two poetago s tampa. Sold
TU? ff KR tb CO., Sole Proprietors, No. WO
Tremont street, Boston, Haas.
September 2 mwf3mos
MS- WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CUBE
WHEATO 'S OINTMENT will arre Salt Bhourn.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT curer. Old Sore?.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cure? all Diseases of the
Price 50 cents; by mail GO conte. All druggists sell it.
WEEKS k POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
September 16 mwfly
MS- A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO ?fc?
country lillie, alter a sojourn ola lew mon! .s in t!.o
city, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of
a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had a soft ruby con .
plczion of almost marble smoothness, and instead,
twrnty-tlreo she really appeared bit eighteen. Upon I a .
qniry os io the causo of so great a change, she plainly
told thom that she used the CIRCA DIAN BALM, and
considered it on invaluable acquisition to any lady'* toilet.
By its uso any Lady or Gentlemen can Improve their pet
sonal appearance an hundred fold. It is ?implo ia in
combination, aa Nature herself li simple, vet mau ipa*
cd in ita efficacy in drawing imparities from, also heal.
lng, cleansing .rid beautifying ll-i fkm and complexi?n.
Hy ita direct ictiou ou the cuticle it draws from it all its
:-.upurl tie*, kindly healing the sante, and leaving the sur
. as Nature intended it should be-clear, soft, smooth
i joautiful. lTice $1, sent by Mail or Express, on rt
coi,.t of an order, by
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemist.,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syraeose, N. Y.
The only American Agents fer the ?vie of the same; I
March 30 !-*
FOR Ll VE II POOL.--THE FINE
ship AMSIaA, ?ame. tJbnnor Master, to load
: wita diaiMataBu ?W fr-eight engagements ap?
ply to J. T. Wi: J.S .MAN.
: J rte y.-': e ,?#??: "a- ua
BALTIMORE ANA? CHARLESTON
NEW WINTER ARRANGEMENT-"FIVE DAY LINE"
THE FAVORITE ANxTsWIPT SCREW STEAM?
FALCON.E. C. REED, Commander.
SRA GI LL..N. P. DUTTON, Cominan der.
PATAPSCO.- NEFF. Commander
WILL SAIL FROM THIS POST FOB BALTIMORE
every Fiva (6) days, from Pier. No. 1 Union
Wharves, beginning Ootober 19.
Freight* for Baltimore and Philadelphia will thus have
more frequent dispatch than evor before, and Cotton
Shippers to Philadelphia wiB find freight, insurance and
time "through" in their favor, hy the steamers of this
hnc. ^ Transfer of fret-;ht for Pmlad^phia made directly
to brination they may need.
5j^- The ste unship FALCON sails on Tuuday next,
2oth0ctober, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
COURTENAY k TRi-NHOtM, .
MORDECAI k CO., Agents in Baltimore.
OotoboT 25_"_ j ? *
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LIN E.
FOR NRW YORK.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
? ta <i<4
WILL LEAVE FROM /.DOER'S SOUTH WHARF
on Saturday october 26th, inst, at? o'cloek P. M.
4(5" All outward Frelpht engagements should be made
with Messrs. COORTFNAY & TRENHOLM, at their
office, in the new building, on East Bay, next north of
Adgcr's South Wharl (up stairs).
?ff For Passage an 1 all matters connected with the
inward bu sir ess of the Ships, apply to STREET BROTH?
ERS k CO., I'lo. 74 East Bay.
STREET BROTHERS A-GO.,: ? .gj?&
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM, f.-*Sen^'
October 23 _
FOB NEW ?ORK.
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LE?J?.
THE SIDE W H PEL STEAM6HTP ?
CAPT. J. LIMEBURNER.
WILL LEAVE VANDERHORST'S WHARF ON
Saturday, October 25, at 4 o'clock P- M., and
will bo succeeded by tbe steamship SARAGOSSA^' dpt,
M. RCrowell. on ?tfuriny. November 2d.
Shippers must present Bills Lading by 1 o'clock.
October 15_BAVENEL A CO.
FOlT IALATKA, FERNANDINA,
JACK SO VILLE, AND ALL T H K LAND?
INGS >N THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
DICTAT OE ,
(1000 Tans il ur th en)
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB.
WILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANT IO WHABF,
every TUESDA T SIGUI, at 9 o'clock, tor the
abovo places, conn?cting with the Georgia Contal Rail?
road at Savannah, tor Macon, Mobile and Now Orleans.
All Freight must be paid here by shippers.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or at thc office
nt J. D. AIKEN k, CO.,
September 12 Agents.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE.
VTA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
STEAMEB PILOT BOY.CAPT. W. T. RcNELTY
STEAMER FAUNIE. .^OAFT.f. PECK
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WELL L ? A .'E
(Tiarlcton every Monday, Wednesday an i . ?tay
?t 7 o'clock; and Savannah every .'? "tay,
SSS* aid JW*U Monmot, at 7 o'clock.. To.icb
iug at Biuflton on M^day, trip from Charle* u1, and
Wednesday, trip frc m Savannah. _
AU Way Freight, also Blufften Wha?**<??, nw?. Ui ore
For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommodation WW rt, ~J1
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