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VOLUME V.NO. 635. CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
VOLUME Y.NO. 698.
TEZ I?ET20HIC Dis PLAT ni THE HEAVESS pre?
dicted by the astronomers came off daly, accord?
ing to programme, about ten minutes atter two
o'clock ibis morning. Owing to the inconvenient
hour fixed upon ior the celestial performance, few
spectators were upon thc qui ot'ce; but our sleep?
less astronomical reporter was vigilantly on the
watch, and from his lofty perch on tho topmost
story of rhe Nzws office, took a noto of the wild
and singular oonl'uc on which reigned among the
6tarry inhabitants of tho realms of space. The
phenomenon was truly grand, rcmindi.jg ono cf
the graphic description in the Apocalypso : 'The
stars of Heaven fell unto the earth, even as J.
tree casteth ber untimely ftes, when she is shaken
of a mighty wind."
Oar European Dispatches*
[BT A TL .'-NTIC TELE OE A PE.]
rBX BOMAS QUESTION-A?TAIBS ET SPAIN-FRANCS
LWITSS A CONFERENCE OF THE GREAT POWERS
HASSET BEPoara, rod
LONDON, November 13.- Late Florence dispatches
say that a note frcm Minabrea has had a very
quieting effect on the country. 3 he press of I Lily,
however, are almost unanimously of tho opinion
that it is impossible to reconcde the differenoe3
. existing between the Ital an Gcvernmant and the
people on one side and the Pope on the other.
A diplomatic circular has been issued by .Franco,
Inviting the Great Powers to a couferenc?, but
suggesting no definite basis of action.
iii APHID, November 13.-Captain General Lor>
sundi sailed for Havana on *>.e 30th ult. Fort J
Etoo has be n added t bis command.
Many political arrests have boen ui.de hore. It
is reported that a secret society has been discov?
LIVERPOOL. November 12-Evening.-Cotton
dosed dull and declining, in cons jquenoe of un
favorable Manchester advices. Middling Uplands
Bfd.? Orleans 8}d.
Lxvsapoov November 13-Noor..-Cotton dril;
declined fd. Sales 8000 bales. E olanda 8?>d.; Or?
leans 8|<L Cora a J vano od to 49s. Others un?
LTVSB?OOL. November IS-Evening,-Cotton in?
active; Uplands 8)1; Orleans 8|<L Sales ?OOO
balas. Corn 43s. 91. Rosin and Turpentine un?
LOSDON, November IS-Noon.-Consols 9*. 9-16;
Oar WaihinR.in Dispate'aea.
POLinCAL QOSSEf-SEWS FBOJI SIT SA-Tl'.K CASS OP
JCS. DAVIS-PRESIDENTIAL SESLNADE, AC, ?C.
WASBTNOTON. November 14_The Bureen furc
tioatry who arrested Judge Parser, at Winches?
ter, Va,, charges that tho Union men cannot get
justice before him.
The pay department investigating committee
will only ra ort progress at the meeting of Con'
gress, and demand further time.
It is stated that Chise is more Radical in name
than fact; he co aplains that he has indiscreet
General Pope intends sending a list to Congress
of "rebels" that are fit to bo enfranchised.
t?ltka adrices to the 3d state that the Russians
hare mads a formal transfer. Th 2 steamer Ossi
? pee was nearly wreaked on the 27th ult. in the
mott terrifia hurricane known for ten years. She
lost all of her boats and rigging, and her chro?
nometer wat dostroyed. She put into Sitka on
the 28th nit
The Socretary of War has ordered a gratuitous
distribution of soldier's clothing to replaoa that
destroyed to prevent contagion.
Messrs. William M. Evans, E. H. Dana, Gen.
Wells, and the Distriot Attorney, General C'.?nd
. ier, the oounsol for the prosecution in the Davis
.case, had several hours' consultation tc-day. All
of these gentlemen are ready to proceed on thc
25th. It ls the desire of the defence that Chase
should preside in conjunction with Underwood.
In this they are influenced by important legal con?
siderations. Tho trial will prooeed on the original
indictment, and Mr. Daria viii bs present at the
time roquirod by his bond, although it is doubtful
whether the trial will immediately commence.
Senator Guthrie, of Eontuoky, will attend the
Senate thia session.
The revenue rociipta to-day are $213,000.
General Mc 'lei.an is mentioned in connection
with the war office.
The President and Grant had a long interview
Tbs Presidentini serenado thu evening was a
very enthusiastic affair.
Affairs In Virginia,
RICHMOND, Nuvomoer 13.-Jhief Justice Close
arrived this morning, and took quarters at the
Spottswood Hotel. He presidod in Court thia
Mr. Darla is expecter*. to arrive on the 23d inst
General Schofield left for Washington to-day.
The cost of rog.strition in the State of Virginia
mts $289,000. The cost of the military establish?
ment in the State for the last ten months has been
Three citiisna of Frederics County, who had
?aid the offices of magistrate, postmaster and
member of Legislature, were bailed in tho Unittd
States Court to-day to ans we. the charge of per?
jury in registration.
Woman Hang In Pennsylvania..
RSOOXVILLS, Pa., November 13.-Mrs. Lena Miller,
who killed her husband last Winter, was hanged
to-day. She made a full confession of her crime.
Affaira lat Alabama.
MONTOOMSBT, ALA., November 13. - General
Swaine baa issued aa or-er giving freedmen a lien
on the crops for their ? ?gea. This lion ia to bo
subordinate to prior li ins.
Two whiten from Barker county wero brought
here to-day under military guard and imprisoned.
They were charged wita killing a freedman.
The Reconstruction Convention waa engared
tb? whole day in discussing tho Franchise ques?
SAVANNAH, Norsmbsr 13.-Thc ship Gonele, for
Liverpool, while being towed out, c :llided wi: h the
ship Elsinore at the wharf, damaging ber upper
Works. The" Gc nala was brought back, and the
Captain and mate were arrested, the damages
claimed amounting to five thousand dollars.
Wsw tSWt, November 13-Sterling, long, 91;
abort Bl- \>gir.i? 6* 4-5; Tennessee ex-Coupons
BU; new 63 C-O'd *i? B?nds. old, 8k new 7??
1040?s 102i;*7-SO's W|. Stocks aotire. Fluir iO
a 15c better. ^VTieat " * 3e- hetter. Corn lc. bet?
ter. Porkdrooi-ing at^?0; ^ . c<f?,B
dull at IM. Tarpentino Z0** duU>
. common $3 37?.
?Cotton declining; sales 1600 bale3, at 181. Flo!* i
actire; State $8 25 a 10 3o; Southern $14. Wheat. .
So. 1, $2 30 a 2 32*. Com dull at $1 SH a 1 87. Pork
heavy. Groceries quiet. Turpentine 54 a 55*.
Biein $350 a 8 00. Wool active; Texas 18 a27.
Freights quiet. Governments cloaed strone; "62
Coupons 108L Gold 1404. ^
BALTTMOBS, November 13.-Citton dull . Mid?
dlings held at 18; buyers offer 17J. Flo?r'duil
and unchanged. Wheat ra.her firmer held st 3 a
fi higher, c orr firmer ; White $1 30 a i S3 . Yellow
ll Si a 134. Oats 71 a 75. Rye dull. Provisions
dull and neg'ected.
ST. LOUTS November 13-Flour-Superfine $6 a
7 75. Corn lower ; now 85 a 88 ; old 9?. pro.
visions dull. Mess Pork $2150.
CINCINNATI. Novsmbor 13.-Flour Armor, and ta
improved demand. Co. n active; new, in tbe oat
82 a 83. Me, s Pork $19 75 a 20. Lard ll J. Shoul?
ders ll a ll* ; clear Sides 15? a 16.
LOUISVILLE, November 13.-Superfine Flour $8.
Corn unchanged. Mess Pork $20. Lard 1 J.
Shoulders 12j ; clear Sides 12).
WUMWOTCN, November 13.-Turpentine quiet
et 50? a 51o. Rosin weak at $2 50 for common,
?id fa 12i for No. L Tar weak at $2 70. Cotton
declined ?c.-active at ISc. for Middling.
SAVANNAH, N wem ber 13.-Cotton dull and de?
clining; sales 970 bales; rcceiots 2050.
AUGUSTA, November 13.-Cotton opened active
bot close 1 ^vith a downward tendency. Sales 859
hales. Receipts 834 bales. Middlings 16c.
MOBILE, Norember 13.-There i<? a good demand
tar Cotton, but at a decline. Silos 1500 bala*-;
dewed duli Middlings 164 a 16jc Rscciots :190
Nsw OELEANS. November 14.- Sales 3300 bales;
recelpta 1160; Uecliird, Middling 1712. Suzar null
?ni droops; Louisa .a yellow clar.fr.a 15a, Mo?
lasses 65 a 90c. ior cemmon to clo c?. Cr/ba S'
rar, Kooa to lair, 13c. Fiour dui:; bu. ers hold cff.
SSRJ??? 5 ite*l*5. Qa,ts dull at 78c. Foik
B*e?aduU ^ drooping; Shoul
aeralSjCj: Clear S.des 18c. Lard duU; prime, in
Wo?, 13c.; in seas. 13i. Gold 40 a 404. StcrhV
Mas nominal; commercial 49 a BL Sight Ex
.wkngc on Kew Tors 4 premium.
Tilings In Washington.
THE POLITICAL STATUS OP SENEBAL QBANT-SOME?
BODY TO BE CHEATED-A CANVASS OF BADICAL
MEMBERS O S" Ot T's NOMINATION-THE IMPXACH
MENT QUES'TON-TBIAL OF MB. DAVIS.
Tho Washington V respondent of the Baltimore
Gazette writas under date of November ll:
I ?et it from B rery good source that the article
in tiio Chronicle, of roar columns in length, pro
mulg ting toe poktioal status of General Grant
was exhibited to him before publication, and that
he suggested but one alteration-that of tho omis
sio i ot a S'njzle une, whici was stricken out. The
se:f-c jnstitutod committee having him in charge
here refer to this fact wita great complacency in
answer to more recent developments of a contra?
dictory oharacter. Yet Genera) Grant did express
hi'.-h gratification at the deleat rf the Radicals in
the recent c ections, and he did Kath rize the
statement that be had never committed himself
politically to any man or set of men. Aa the thine
now stands it is palpable that somebody .is to be
cleated by tiie wire-pullers who assume to conduot
tho General'o Presidential affairs.
It is currently rumored to-day that tho "Grant
Committee" have canvassed the Ridioal members
now present., and find that a majority arc favor?
able to a Congressional announcement of the
General as their candidate, and that a Convention
be dispensed with. The letter ot accapta-.ee, in
that case, to be prepared by the committee, will
constitute the platform of the party. This is
probably what is referred to in a dispatoh from
this city to & Baltimore paper.
The House Judiciary Committee, who were
charged with collecting facts upon w ich to found
an impeachment of tue President, wi J meet on
thc IStb to con sider formally the report of the
sub-committee, who have been engaged in hear
in? testimony. I learn from a reliable source
that, upon a review of the evidence elicited,
already informally considered, the committee stand
precisely as they did at the Last session-four fur
impeachment and fire against, tue latter consist?
ing of three Republicans and two Democrats.
Doubtless the submission of these reports will
create debate, in which Mr. Bout .veli will swing
about hui anns, and nttor loud and vehement
male lic:ioDs against tho President and the South,
but I am attired that the whole ruai .cr will be a
one-dav wonder. The testimony has bsan printed,
and will ba submitted to the House probably on
the first day of the ninety-day aessicn.
Tho trial of Jefferson Daria (District Attorney
Chan .1er said to-day) will be, he thou jut, com
menceci on the 25th, but that certain ooiitingen
cies, thc nature of whioh I did not learn, might in?
duce a postponement. Under ell the circum
luuce?, it m ?got safely bo set down as doubtful
wt ether it trill take place at all-at least during
the next sessioa of the court.
corros TBA ros TO BE UNEABTKXD.
I learn that preparations bare bean made whieh
will ensure an investigation into the manner m
which the money realized from the sale of cotton
seised in rae South hus been used. It is said that
interested parties claim that the interest on the
amounts thus held by order of Secretary Mccul?
loch, the title to which ul properly suject to adju
dioation be:.'ure the courts, since toe close of the
war, would amount to nineteen millions of dollars;
and they threaten to bring suits .?gain?t bim per?
sonally for the losses which they have sustained
by what they are pleased tocal! his illegal easu op?
tion of authority. Under nis ruling they are
forced to resort to Congressional appropriations tc
obtain thoir rights, and in maxing applications
for that purpose, they hope to bung about an in?
vestigation of the whole matter,
UOISLATICAT FOB omo.
Representative Ashley has prepared, and will
off r on t'.c first day of the session of Congress, a
oil! designed to prevent >me Ohio Legislature from
redistricting the State. It proviJes that a State
shall edy bj redistricted every ten years after the
taking of the census. The object of this bill is to
preveut the Democrats in that State from S3 chang?
ing the Congressional districts as to elset next
year two-thirds ol the Congressmen.
PETROLEUM AB FUEL Of THE NATT.
B. F, Isherwood, Chief of the Bureau of Steam
Engineering of the Nary, is preparing a report on
the experiments made with p?troleum as a fuel
for generating steam io marine boilers. The most
favorable results hare' been attained with the ap?
THE WEST DXDZA PCQCHAB? FOO A UNITED STATES
IL De Bille, recently Secretary of the Danish
legation t? Paris, has arrived here, empowered to
bail the Danish West India Islands to the United
States. Mr. Seward is anxious lo purchase them,
iud has offered seven millions of dollars while
the Danish Gorornmeat demand fifteen rnilLions
n gold, 0
'BXSrpXNT fOHNSON'3 QUABBIN. WITH TEX NEW
The Washington correspondent of the Boston
Post makes tho following re relations :
Certain parties disappointed in scouring the
President's assistance to a .vano their selfish pur.
pose.?, are now making strenuous efforts to prove
that Mr. Johnson, after making overtures to the
New York D mooroo7, has broken faith w.th them
and has utterly failed to carryout a's promises. It
ts oharged that Cassidy of Nsw York addressed a
letter to a prominent gentleman 01 this 01 ty, in
waioLi he announced the purpose of the New York
Democratic State Convention to pass a ri solution
repudiati g Mr. Joanson and his administration,
jud that this announcement by some means
reached the President's san. It is forth' r chararod
that the Provident imn eaiately despatched a dis?
tinguished Mbtouiiao and cn equally dis?
tinguished ioi-nessee gentleman to New
?brk to confer with parties io tba', city
wiro, a view to arrest the passage of the
resolution of repudiation, and to negotiate,
if possible, an amicable* arrangement with the
Now York Democracy. Ii l? further oharged that
alter sundry meetings held at iii.or Hoffman's
i . New York, it was understood, covenanted and
agreed mat the resolutions repudiating the Ad
n, >uistration should bo stricken out, and that a
listin^Pishsd ?tow York statesman should be
Torthwitu installed m tho" President's Cabinet.
Such, I understand, are the change? as preferred
by the New Yoi lt parties, who say they carried out
io good faith their part ol the agreement, but tbat
Mr. JoimoJU has bro..ea fait'i with them and .ad
ad to mak the promised change ia his Cabinet.
Du the other baud ihe President's friands aase t
that the waat ot good fa th wac not on bu part,
bot that the agreement required the Convention
io endorse th" Administration, which it tailed to
do, and hence Mr. Johnson, wa? relieved of any ob*
o cation to make (be chaise in his Cabinet, bave?
rai spicy .otters, I understand, hare passed be?
tween the representa ires of these high contract?
ing parties in their efforts to settle the question of
bad filth. It ia mere tuan probable Mr. Church
or Mayor Hoffman could decide the issue.
COTTON TAX AMD FINANCES.
The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore
From the members rf Congress who hare been
here recently, and others now in tba city, it ap?
pears that there is strong probability that me tax
on ootton will be repealed shortly arter Congress
convene-. The pressure in favor of this repeal in
a.l directions of the North from icfiaeatiiti citi?
zens is almost irresistible.
From the same source it is learned that there is
also powerial infiaoucu in favor of a general fond?
ing scheme, covering the whole national debt,
thus extending the time ot payment of our liabili?
ties, and in the meantime providing for the grad?
ual liquidation by a judicious system of taxation.
Affairs la the State.
-Almost a fall page ol the Marion Crescent is
taken up by advertisements of Sheriff's salsa of
property under executions for unpaid taxes.
-a, wicked and malicious attempt at wholesale
murder was made on tho Wilmington and Man?
chester Railroad, about two miles from Marion
Court House, last Thursday morning. Three bars
of railroad iron were ingeniously placed upon the
track with the villainous intent to throw tte train
oil, and doubtless then in the confusion to rob the
-The Marion Star says: We regret to announce
that, just at this time when every day develops
morb clearly the urgent necessity or a garrison at
this place, Brevet Major Head and hin command
have been ordered away. We trust, and we thick
we exprese the unanimous with of our District,
that the Commanding General will, at the earliest
possible moment, supply their place. Major
Head, as an impartial and just cScer, a strict dis
cipunaiias. a gentleman and a Bohol&r, has won
;he respect and confidence of our oitixens, ted
wjh' carry w.to him their best wishes. Nor can
_ 1 bfes&'w any unmer'tad praise upon the troops
Wbj " ^ ftVApmsad. A more orderly and better
??i -L* Qi soldiers it hs? neve? been our
behaved 00 ? si5gie difiWty, to our
fortune to know. "QJUHt a?Z aud our 0U1
knowledge, has aneen bt-?v. JT ;Td their re
aeos since their sojourn amouj **? Kg*"*
moral at this time is sorely regretteu -7 **m7 w
who'n we have heard speak of it. 4
-The Marion Cresent of yesterday saye: Aboui
dark Nor'r 6th, a lad named Johnson Owons, 12 or
14 years of ?ge, was snot in the cotton field of Mr.
::. B. Goddard, but succeeded in crossing tho
fence and getting into the street where be fell.
Toe bali entering at the back of the neok passed
ar >und or througu and lodged in the tongue. Al?
ter crelol examination by a Jury ol inquest, coin
poaod >.f white ?nd colored, tb^-y rondered a ver?
dict of death from a gua shot in the hands of somo
persou unknown to them. The finding of a basket
and b:ig o? cottou where the boy was shot and the
disappearance from the community of two other
parties who wers seen in company with Johrsou
but a tow minutes before the firing was heard and
but as ort d stanco fiem the fatal locality, wiih
other circomstcnccs, loare little or no grounds to
doubt that the- urfurtuuate youth was snot lu the
oct of stealing. The deceased with tho twa that
hare lied Lad, as hirelings, been engaged that day
picking cotton for Mr. G. in the field where the fa?
tal deed was done. It is noe improbable teat the
boy was acting under orders or persuasion of
hose who have escaped and not acting solely for
-Tho villainy of the Radicals in the late Georgia
election is without parallel ia history. The follow?
ing from tho Tnocnasville Enterprise, is a sample
:t the frau is praoiiced in erery oounty ot the
.-staie so f r as heard from : '-Yesterday a colored
rr u asked us if Captain White, the Agent of the
ii: rvuu, could 'banish him froin the count 17 or
put him back into slavery tor not voting V We
told him DU, of course, wiien he iofonnei us tunt
tho oaid \\ dite had saut out word to the coiored
roon - ho had not voted, that They ware obliged
to roto, and if they did not oome to town and rote
they would be banished or put back into alar wy,' *
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The Radicals in Richmond-Lindsey, the
Negro, Disavows his Incendiary Re
A mass masting of Ridlcals, blacks and whites,
waa hold in R.o'.imoad on Monday night. The
mam featuro of tho occisi?n was tho appearanoe
of Lindsey, the negro incendiary, who Jumped
upon tho staad and mada a most boisterous
harangue, the subatano? of whioh is as follows:
Oa Fridiy night list I made a speech here, and
in the Dispatch this morning I saw a ..tatement of
it, and how 'twas misconstrued, and accusing
me of usin? iucendiary language to excite a war
between the bluetts and wbi es. Now, lot mo ask
you if I ever advised any of yon to do anything ]
that would cau6o an insurrection? (No; no-o- -o; ,
and one voice, yes). No, I did not intend to en- !
courago any acts ot violence. I did not say that I
wanted the stricta ot Richmond to flow with blood.
Did I"' (No. One voice: Yoe.) I said that if the
whites wanted a war of races, they could have it;
we were prepared to meet the issue. Some treach?
erous, wue-working Republican .coundrel has
made arrangements to indict me, and thus get a
delegate elect out of the way. They cant do it.
(No. no, dat dey can't.) I defy any one to assert
that I ever ' ommitted an assault or battery upon
any one. When I said that we were prepared to
meet the issue I meant that wc would meet it at
the ballot box. There is not one word of truth
in the report in the papers. I have learned by
telegrapn that tho Washington press has agreed
to set me tight: do me justice - something that
none of the rebel papers will give me.
After somo further speaking, in which Hunni
outb and Wardwell wero conspicuous, the follow?
ing resolutions were o?VnI and unanimously
"Whereas, after the adjournment of the regular
meeting called and held at Republican headquar
tera of this city on Frida;, the 8th instant (oer
tai'i persoaa dismissed tba untold hardships and
sufferings necessarily entailed upon so very many
classes of this city by their dischargo irom em?
ployment avowedly bee mao ot the free exercise of
the elective franchise at tho 'ate election, oimferred
upon them by Congress, with tho view to consider
ways and means to mitigate euch hardships and
Bufferings), Mr Lewis Lindsey did use certain ex?
pressions, though not acciuately nor fu ly reported
Dy the press of this city, which, without qualifica?
tion, were injurious in their tendency, and oalou
Lated to place our party in a false light before the
country; therefore be it
.'Resowed, That whilst wo do not believe that
he intended bis remuks io the spirit and for the
purpose which they have been apparently under*
stood to suosorvo-that ot encouraging the taking
by v.olenoe the proporty of others to n ay even
the claims of hunger-yet wu u.qualifiedly did
then coudemn and ao now condemn uublioiy said
"tiesoiv.d, That we receive the explanations ot
Ml. Lindsey now made in our pres nee as a doty
he owes ali e to himself, the Booublican party,
and the country at luge, and as a repudiation on
his part of any iutontion to wish himself under?
stood as instigating any movement on the part of
the suffering and helpless colored people to se
sure a subsistence by auy lawless course what
> "Resolved, That the Republicans of this ward,
in the aggregate, are not responsible for evory
reckless, ill-considered, improper, or unqualified
leutiment or expr* ssioa tint may ba uttered in a
moment r f passion by individual", but aro deter?
mined at all hazards to maintain the law respect?
ai? the rights of person and property, however
aurtful or oppressive, until they may be legally
hanged; and that we doom it a oarJinal pnnoipie
>f our po itioal faith to do jast.ee to all. without
rega? d to co.or or oondition and tn . t agrarian or
acobinical i leas will not bo sustained by Us.
"ties IVtd, That all rcpronentations to tho con?
trary emanate in almost every instance from a wil?
ful pervortion of truth either in whole or in part."
Crops In Florida.
A correspondent ol tho Savannah News writes
.rom Houston, Florida, under date of November
Up to the first of August the prospect for a large
rield of ootton was never more flattering, and
alantors were coufidont of mading enough not
inly to meet their current expenses, but have
something left. But they have Lean sadly disap
xnuted. The fall of rain which common:ed about
-hai time was unprecedented in the history of the
State. I Ininti it rained very nearly every day for
at least two months, causing th cotton to drop
its irait in such a manner as to mjur . it veiy ma?
terially. T e continued rains prevented tho gath
iring in proper tuno, and a gr at deal was lo-t on
;hat account. Ko J carno thu caterpillar and An?
chad up tho job. I am confident tnat not more
han a half crup of long staple will b raised in
his County, and th 3 samo unfavorable reports
tome from all section- o< the State. The
torn crop ts considered to bs a pretty fair
me, but not enough to supply the consump
ion. Farmers are beginning to realize tho f ct
hU farming doos not pay on halves. I am in
ilined to tkj? that very few plautus will raise
lo.ton another year, b.>t wi'l confine themselves to
)rovision crops, and raise moro -ogs. Then they
rid be able to hvo independent of freedmen, os
uOSr planters ore so situated that they can raise
uch things within their own families, provided
hey do noe prefer idleness to honorable labor. The
legr?os are perfectly crazy on thc subjoot ol' pod?
ios, and are looking forward vory anx ouely to the
imo when they will bo ado to enjoy tho oleotive
THB CoBBCPnoN nt THE RADICAL PABTT.-The
few York Times oommenting on the corruption
f tho Republican party, and alluding to the reoent
nest of a Bidical State sountor, says:
It ia alleged that tais cause eas been resorted
0 .or th? purpose of defeating Republican noini
1 es. If tho Ropublica.i party wi a tali? tho re3pon
iibth y of romiuatiug men who havo laid tliem
eives open o such char oa, the welfare of thc
?arty will bc leap promoted by their defeat. II
my party can be helped by electing to offlco as its
enrosen" ati ves men against wuom such crimes can
>o alleged, on tho oaths of resjoctablu and rospon
abie persons, that pu ty is not the Kcpubl.oau.
tis humiliated, degraded, and disgraced by the
urging ol such pleas iu its namo and ou its behalf,
ui i tnat newspaper which supposes it is aiding
le party by glviug it such support, will find out
>efore very long the miatako it has made. Tue
Republican otate Convention took bold and manly
;round against official corruption, and pluged it
lalf, IQ the most solemn and emu atio terms, to | t
root it oat" and- debtroy it wherever it should be
,'ouud. Yet ita most promi.iont and influen?ai
itgans have devoted themselves, with speoiai zest
iud favor, ever eine J, to indorsing and urging the
?leotion or Bepubican nom meas perfectly infa?
mous for tho notoriety they had a .uievjd by acts
il corruption during their official tonns. And now,
instead of making war on corruption, they ore
waging war-vohemont and relentless-on tho" men
who bring individual cases ol' bribery bufor^ the
proper authorities for investigation and punish?
WHY THE EDITOH or THC VicKsscao TTSTES WAS
LatTBlaoN?D. The following is supposed to be tho
i rude which caused the reoont arrest of the edi?
tor of the Vicksburg Times:
' Ia bis appointment, that oontempti -le liar and ,
braggart, Major-GonoraJ John Pope -tho man of
tue clapped laoe-has so arranged that ?l 3 3 ' '
white men in Georgia may elect 6? delegates to tho
Convention, while 8J,417 negroes may cleot lu2
"alus ison? par with Sheridan, Schofield, and
Ord, scoundrels all. In Mississippi, that ridicu?
lous knave and tool, Edwin Otho (JrosweU Ord, .he
Haynau of Mississippi, and the Oes 1er of Ar kan
eas, haa ao arranged that the Loyal Loague is
bound to have possession of the State 1 Taking
population as a guide, the white people would bu
entitled to 43? votes in lh.6 Convention, and the
negroes woola bo entitled to 5?? votes, but this
abgilt preponderance did not suit Mr. Ord; the
i coundrelism of bayonets was called in to sustain
the rascality which had its birtb in h.s brain, or
tbs trains of bia advisers. Instead of the ne?
groes having the 56} votes, to wh.ch theirnumbe s
entitled thom, and ens wnitss getting tue 43} votes
to which they are justly entitled. Etug Otho, with
the aid of his tools and advisers, apportioned to
the negroes 70? votes, and reduced the 'poor white
trash' to 29} vote 3. To state th J proposition is to
blaze tb.6 infamy of Brevet Major-General Ord ano
hie advisers to ait tbs r^rld. No ene who is not
innately a soouudrel, and in tba eervioe of the
Loyal League, could have made so unjust and
infamous an appointment. We give to Brevet
Majoi-Geueral ' 'rd tn? benefit o? a gratuitous ad?
vertisement. When he is linns as ho deserves to
be, wo shah'endeavor *o be on hand.-'
THE NEW LEGISLATURE or MAuxnAtrr,_One ni
the results of the l ite election ia Maryland will be
that one of the great nat.onal political parties will
not have a siagtjB representative i J eitlior branch
G.' th* State Legislating. This has inver before
oeciti.'ci m any Stato siuce tua foundation of the
??uveratili?t, ^ndprobably w,ll never happen apain.
Yet tu? CWM ls Palpable enough. Fer yous, end
until very r'Centlv a very haunful of unscrupu?
lous men have rd!54 tba. State with an iron rod,
and tyrannized over tba BV?M bid:-' ot th* people,
until they nsw-a nude them as end .nan m resist?
ing further uggreb?oub; and not content With
wnat they havo done, mada ? bold attempt to per?
petuate tji-ir tyrannv by subject::'tba State- to
tue nominal control of Congre?, but m reality
aiming at a perpetuation of their OTI? power by
foreign bayonets.-aV <; >wA JneLigm er.
DEPBES?IOS or MANO, Acruass.-Tho Providence
Journal says the wases o" the operativ 8 are to bs
reduc.d this week ni severa; of the largast cctton
factories in Baode Island and ti) t if tue timos do
not improve an entire or partial suspension ot
work must soon occur by thc cono Tted action or
the manufacturers. The largo woolen mill of ?
Edwari Harris, known as th: iiarriS Woolen Corn
til there is a more encouraging prospect, for its
productioi.8. Tho old mina continue their usual
lime at present. Tho Lipnitt Woo cn Company
have run but two-thirds o' tho r loom-> for several
months, but at preso .t aro running fifteen oi
eighteen set-: of machinery.
-L9oaid?3 MO:33. a mu c t rier in Arkmsas,
.vas ajsaeetnateu recently by some unknown pei?
eon wnile riding along a lonely road. His dody
was not found u .til eight da\s aft?* tho murder,
aDd ali this tima bi3 mu!o stood guard over tbc
corpse. The faithful animal had to go a mais and
a half for water, but invariably returned and re?
sumed ike singular vigil.
, THURSDAY MORNING,
A Devilish Plot Discovered in Virginia.
We copy the following article from the Lynch?
burg " Newe." It shows conclusively that mis?
chief ia brewing- in Virginia :
We are no sensationists, but we cannot shut our
eyes to the alarming fact that the negroes mean
mischief. On Saturday a nephro of conserva ive
principles, named Bernard Brooks, 1.riged com?
plaint with Justice Bruoe, a magistrate of Camp?
bell county, that Jaoob Jones and Jacob Johnson,
two negro Radicals, living in th? county, near
McAllister's shop, were preparing to kill htm, and
asked for a warrant for their arrest. The war?
rant was issued and pl ced in the hands of Con?
stable George M. Brace, and the accused were ar?
rested anu brought to the city, where they were
partially examined boforo Justice D. P. Reese,
James M. Langhorne and George M. Bruce, which
resulted in the prisoners being committed to jail
for further hearing on Friday next.
Among the witnesses examined was Mrs. Dr.
McAllister, wuo stated that negroos. to tho num?
ber ot fifty or more, had bseu holding fr?quent
meetings on her husband's plantation, seven miles
below tue city on the Bicbmond road, t., d that she
finally bad ber suspicions aroused lo sooh a pitch
tuat she determined to see what was going on.
Friday night she went to the house whare a meet?
ing was being held, and upon nearing found a dog
tied, as she bupposod. to givo the alarm should
any one approacb. Returning to her own hou.-o
noar by, ehe provided herself with broad to givo
the deg to keep him quiet, succeeded in ber
plan, and finally reached the cabin undiscov?
ered. There she heard the negroes discussing tue
mode by whioh different white people in the
neighborhood w re to be killed, amongst whom
was her husband, who waa to ce shot. Other
whites wera pronounced too mean to be grant?
ed ao respectable a death, and a grape rise bai?
ter was decreed them. Tho negro mentioned
above, Bernard Brooks, was included in the list
of th.se who were to be k?lad, his offence
being his conservatism, and ?hort work was to
be made of him with a ?rape Tine. Further
developments of the plans of these blood-thirs?
ty villains were made, and the la.?y beoamc
comple'ely satisfied from what she heard, that
they were preparing to carry them into speech ex?
ecution. Among too negroes present on the occa?
sion. Jacob Jonnaon and Jaco s Jones were identi?
dad, and. others also, warranta for whose arrest
were issued, and will be at onue executed.
The negroes under arrest are the lowest and
most ignorant of their clasa, and are just .-neb
aroaturea aa cm bo rahed on to do the murderous
<vork, wbiou the teachings of tho white scoundrels
in our midst have prepared theo Cur, and are urg?
ing tuom .0.
THB TBOUBLZS ct OBITS.-Th? latest accounts
(rom C?ete seato tbit although tbo Turkish oom
mander-in-chief ordered boat..litios to bu suspend?
ed during the negotiations of Ali Pasha wit n the
prov in Liai Government of Crete, the Turkis a sol
liera could not be restrained from violating the
iruce. They set fire to th: olive groves and gar
loua, in order, it is said, to wreak a reven ;e whioh
Ihoy had failed to gratify by legitimate warfare in
me battle of Betaymua, in whioh they had been
severely defeated by the Greeks. The fire oontinu
:d t .TO di} s, and converted the vicinity of this
.own into a desert. The Turkish authorities
spiead th? rumor that tho Christian warriors
.voro guilty of thia crime, notwithstanding it was
irovon by i neon tos db lo ovidonoe that the Chris
iians did not oome near the town, and that the
Moslem soldiery wore the incendiary on this, as
hey had been ou former ooooeions, when they, in
tko manner, destroyed the olive groves of thu
lt is not true, as bas been stated through thc
r fluecce of Moslem agents, that the Cretans laid
Iowa their arms at toe mere eig t of Ali Pasha,
md that ouly a few opposed bim. The provisional
government of crete baa iesued a proclamation
?ejecting vii overtures ot the Sultan, and declaring
hat it will lay down ita arma only before K.ug
?eorge of Greece, the only sovereign whom tho
j-rceks oro willing to reoognise. Tho Grecian
Chambers have pas sod an ?ot makin:; appropria
ions f r the relief of the r-uff ring Cretan tami
iee, also for tbe relief of the fleet, Muoh enthu
liasm prevails in Greeoe in view of the annexation
if Crete to its territory. The EMOOIO looked with
rroat interest for the arrival of uing George an i
Juocn Olga. Tbe Regent, Prince John, on reooiv
ng tbo official ador?os of the newly elco ted Preei
lent of thu Chambers, expressed significant sent;
aonts in regard to the aaspicioua bearing of the
aalrimonial alliance between the Ring of Greece
nd a Russian Princess upon tba fa tore ot tbe
PauorzoAX. IBoisiiATXoK.-"Parley" the we'l
nown Washington corresponden',, of the Boston
burna!, writes from tho former oity as follows:
"lt ts evident that the poople, everywhere ex
cot much praotioal legislation during the next
ix mouths, sad that those repr?sentatives woo
rovo themselves moro doctrina rca or theorists
'ill have a poor show for re-election next Fall,
'o H moree ar.d industry mus. be relieved, so far
s may bj praoiible, from t o trammels of taxati n
bat. so bauipor tbo energies of tbe poople, and
ur whole financial system, must be reconstructed
n a stable and equitible basis. The calm and
onorous appeals of common sei se will be hoard
buvc the din of political strife and wallinga of
rould-bo reformers of other puople, and a deal ol
ound, practical, useful legislation m ty be expect
d during the first six months of 1868. Earnest
nd decided meu bav J been at work during the
nat Summer in preparing hills on important sab?
ots, which will be presented, re errol and piintod
otore thu Christinas holidays, and which should
eceive the careful attention of all laureated, that
bey may counsel their representatives here. We
ro to have an ? important session, whioh con bat
ff jot the entire business and industrias ol tho
Tm POTS IN THE FO&TBEU-HIS ht IBVXBW WITH
BS G Aru 3 A LD i AN PaiONiaa.-Yesterday [October
9) tho f ope went ti, Fort St. Angola and presout
d himself to tba Garibaldian prisoners, who re
aired him on their knees in profound silience.
Looking around on the party, about two hundred
j number, the Holy Fatuor said. "Behold him
I bom your general call tbo Vam Dire of Italy. Is
t, against mo you have all taken up arms ? And
ihot do you soe? A poor old man." TbePjpo
bon drew nearer and addressed .overs! of pxiao
lars personally, sa.lug, ' You, my fnen i, havo
jst your shoes, end you your ahh*t, and von your
oat and you your hat. Ab, well, I shall see you
,ro provided, and then I shall send you away to
our own homes; only I shall ask yuu first, as
latbolics, to moko a spiritual retirement for my
ake. You ?now, my near friends, that it ie tho
>ope himself who asks this ol you."
Tho Goribaldians wore deeply moved by this ad
Irosa. and pressed forward to kiss tho moss bor
loring tho Pope's robe, when the Holy Father gave
hem nie benediction.-Pud liutl tf aaetW.
A GBXAT Tarn-? rJB YOUNO FOLK*.-WO oopy
he following from tbe New York Sunday School
"Children, I ha7e an tastrument on my table
vhiob is worth more than all the playthings you
iver owned. I do not mean that it oust more
noney, bat that it is worth mere as a source of
imusemout and instruction. It is cal ed tuo Nov?
it/ Microscope. I onoe recomnended tho Craig
Uicroscjpe to you, and now I recommend this,
iou can put living or dead insect*, seeds, leaves,
lobers or any small objeots into it, and it magni
les thom hundreds of tim?a. It thus givoe yuu
jowor to disoern the wonderful beauty with which
Jod has c.othed the tiniest insects which swann
ho earth and air. Its use will please you and make
you wiser too. Save your money, and send two
iollars ?o George Meade, Bacina, vtisoonain, and
be will send you tho "Novelty Microsoope."
-Senator Patter io.:, of Now Hampshire, a Ban?
cal Bepublioan, ia beginning to crawfish. IQ a
late speech a: Boston, ne said: ' That the obsti?
nacy of the rebels forced us to give the ballot to
the negroes, as the only alternativa to keeping a
standing army in ev?ry Boothera town. Bur,
while a strong advocate of impartial suiXragQ, ho
baid be did not favor manhood suffrage oxcopt
through manhood eduoa?on. It might do in New
England, but it would not do for California, with
uer nm ty thousand Chinamen. He would not
bave suffrage exercised by Indians or Aztecs,
aud he be.ieved that the man who is to help
govern a Uatiora nesta: in?9?igenc8 in order to
properly discharge the duties veBted in his sui'
.rage. Mr. Pat.erson thought the subject oouid
be very w.soly lo It to tho several Sta:es."
-The Nashville Gazette says : "Men conversant
with matters agricultural assure us that from ton
to Alteen fold the usual amount of wheat will be
sown this fttlL Our placers havo beoomo heortilv
s ck oi cotton. Thousands on thousands o. acres
devoted last year to tho delusive staple will be
sown in wheat. The call for seed wheat is most
extraordinary. From two to three thousand bush?
els could t?b sold here daily if obtainable. The
liiills have oeaeed makin;: flour because it ia more
profitable to soil the wheat for planting."
-Tho Powbattan Hotel at Bictimond, Va., bas
been sold to A. J. Ford for $22,600.
PIANO-FORTES-?KA.VD, Stil'ARE A.\D
Uf?lQUl-Which are now acknowledged to be,
uy the Leading Ar.ifU in this country-, SUpfiltl B lu
ANY OlHLRo IN AMERICA, 'these Iustrumeuts pos?
sess every modern improvement, are of tho Unkest sise,
?ni-ned in CAKVfclJ and PLAIN KO.^EWOUD U-v&to,
embracing overy variety ol aryle. Each has tho rail
XB1 ALLIC?itA?E, OVEBSi'KL.NQ BASS (win or with
rat tho eeutfta arrangement!. Eueb hoe the Fit EN c. li
fi JU 9 4C170N, acknowledged to be superior to any
o hex in rapid execution. These Instruir, an ta are all
?-v7* ?ivES ASP a QCA?TXA and BEVX? AJ?D A xmru?
r^MMUv constructed ol XHOBOUGHL? BIUCSED WOOD,
and o? ?ic ilnestaud best inatenuL r or oat AT PO WEH,
SlfoiSO QCALlTlta, 5W?ETSES3 end PTJWTT OF IO?
Soihout the enure Bsourta: SLtOAj,(JK OF FINISid
ande^AT DURABILITY, the, Piano-* cr tia =; Messrs.
j, >\Yft fc SON are unaurpaaaed by any other m kers in
?ha WORLD and have Ukeu the HI?Htal i-KEILLI; Al
WBj^LkVKA tXHiaiiED. some facilities which
enahUSatomlappodaoa a BUPEBIOB piSTBUMBNl.
SS?^to^thf? PUNOIOKXE, to the
public at i werri ria curr, lower than any other i ins*
CLASS mantua,.turor In tho country.
The special attention of Dealers, Teachers and others
is inviteu to the examination ol these Pian, s bet?re malt
ina their seleotiou elsewhere. Every Ina.rumeut is rally
WAEUAN-ED FOB FlVt YEA Kb. Descrintive circu?
lars seit to ail parts of tile oountr. upon apm o tiou. Ad
d 'tw JENNYS <? SONS,
H3S..53? ar.cl uij tas: -jj,-. ork.
Between id and 3d A etiues. Ne^rcct,
THE GREEN V1 LLB MO U,\TAI X RER
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ?1 50 PEI
year, m a lvance. Advertisements inserted at usu.
rates. Q- L\ ELFORD,
my io Editor and Prourieter
NOVEMBER 14, 1867.
At tho bride's tither's, on the 7th ins'ant, by the Rev.
L. ii. Uxttx, Mr. J. EDWIN ?TliV" >isON, to Miss
JCLIA M. BR?W.i, all of Marion Di sine;.
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHABLESTON, S. C., Ootober tl, 1867. j
[Qonn Oas Eas No. 100.]
Post Commanders may admit to bail persons not rab*
Ject to the Artlcloi of War, Held ia arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
as provided in toe following paragraph:
becuticy shall cunsUt: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond Li required as . ail by the State
law in like casca; or, 3d. of a boud ir. Idee sum, ruauiog
to tho Post Commander, cond.toned for compliance
with all orders, wita surety, w_o mustb a freeholder
and must jos tty in twine the amount of the penalty, and
must, under s si authorize any offloer so ordered by the
Post i ommander, In case ot detank, and non-payment
by the Burety on dem nd, to sumraari y seize and sell
sufficient or tue property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy the for i oit nra and coat?; and immediately upon de?
fault made, <be bond shall coustitut j it Hen upon the per?
sonal property of both principal und nurety.
All bail and other bonds taken under military authori?
ty wdl conform to the foregoing di.eotiona when not
?tDe:wiae specially provided.
By command of li vt. Major-Gen ora. ED. R- S. CJLMTI.
LOCIa V. CAZIABC.
Aid-do-Camp, Act'g Asst. AdJ't Gani.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aid-de-Csra..
?TA YOUNO LADY RETURNING TO Ht
country home, titer . sojourn of a tow oaon'bs in I
dry, was hardly recognized by ber friends. In place of
i coarse, rustic, flushed face, she baa a soft ruby coe
flexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead
:w nty-throe she really appeared but eighteen. Upon lo
lutry a? to the cause of so great a ohange, she plaid..
:old them that she used the CIRCA--IAN BAL.'., an
:oosider?dit an invaluable acquisition to any lady's tollt?
fy Its us? any Lady or Gentlemen can itt pr arve their pe:
ional appearance sn bun ired fold. It ii simple lu ii
.-om bwa?on, as Nature ticas-Lt is .-implo yet ans ur past?
al in its efficacy in drawing im ..un ties from, also nea.
ug, cleansing and beautifying meakin and complex.on.
3y 1U direct .ction on the cuticle lt draws irom lt ail Its
inpurities, kindly healing the jame, and leaving the lal
soe as Nature i-tended it should be-door, soft, ?moot:
ind beautiful, mee ?1, sent by Mail or Expresa, on rv
taipt of on order, by
W. L? CLARK 6 CO., Chemists,
No. 8 West Fayette Street, Syracuse. N. Y.
The only American ?genu for the sale of the same.
Mareil 30 l yr
HkT HALL'S VEGETABLE 8ICLLLAN HALB
1 EN EWER has proved itaolf to be the most perfect pr??
paration for the hair ever offered to the public.
It ia a vogetablo compound, and contains no injurious
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY TT?TR, XO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanses the scalp asd makes the hair soft, lustrous
It la a splendid hair dnislng.
No person, old or young, should fall to use it,
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
4_r Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
nd take no other. B. P. HALL & CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For salo by all Druggists, Wholesale by
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING A DCASilDEY,
March 1 thly* Charleston, S. C.
FLOUR MILLS, GRAIN, ETC.
WI FLOIRIM ILLS!
Home Manufacture !
FAMILY FLOUR. IN WHOLE, H\LF AND QUAR?
TER SA "23; EXTRA, N?PBB AND LOWER
UtADliS OF FLOUR, fresh ground vcryday.
UNBOLTED RYE FLOUR, G rt A H AM FLOUR, i nd a
enoral assortment of MILL Fi F.D.
Tho labscrlnors, whoso Flouring Mil li now in full
peration, are prepare i to furnish tiAKKRS, FAMN
.IE-, and the 'HUDE TN GENERAL, with a choice
rticle of FAMILY FLOUR, ground of pure southern
Give us a call. JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposite atate stree'.
Novcmbor 7 th?
M um MARKED DOUN
Oar Entire Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
f*N CONSEQUENCE OF TH7 DEOLINE I* THE
L prion ot Woolens In the Northern mariotj, wo have
MASKED DOWN our ?ntira ?took.
IO SUOH FIGURES AS WILL GIVE PURCHASERS
aa opporturity that ts raroly offered o procure
LT LESS THAN THE USUAL PttlCES FOB INFERIOR
LND I^TTB ALL IO INSPECT THE GOODS AND
Prices. Beb w ls a list of a tc .v of the ar ides la our
Stock, showing the loraor and present price i
M SACKS s)ld at $12 to S3\ now.$10 00
100 Pants sold at $6 to ?13, now. 6 Ou
103 Vests sold at S4 ?0 *>T. now. 2 00
.oi flue French Coating Sacks told at $30, now.... 15 00
!/at Frenoh Bockliacker sact * sold at now.... 30 00
.ot flae German Tricot Socks sold at ?2S, now..y 33 00
?iC?lUB, WILLIAMS d HBO,
CORNER OF HASEL STREET,
CHARLESTON', H. C.
Lie Chur.estoner Zi tung.
JOHN A. IV AGE." E1?, Kdltor.
?> DER THE ABOVE HEAD THE USDS SIGNE?
pr pese to pub.isa a German Weald; Paper, to be
ine or.' tn of ibo uormau population, and devoted to thc
[ntirejtfi ol this State, m cueu uranie s Immigration anti
_l cratare, Agr.cul ure, Ccmmcrco, Arts and Trade,
ir.ll bu repreaeuU-d in its columns, and the news ot the
l.v will he given.
i encrai JOHN A. WAGENER hos kindly consented to
11 lerUlio the editorial m nageinjnt lor mo present
Subscr pt?on-'.or TwciVI Msu ta; *l.e\* tor Six
SIoutns;si ?or fhxeeMonths.
AdvartiiCments inserted on 1'beral terms.
C. G. L..CKM \NN t CO..
September 25 No. 3 Broad stieet, Charleston, S. C.
"THE IRISH CITIZEN:''
SE AV WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
-iOPBISTOU kZV ZDITOB,
FBST5UMBEF TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY, THE
13th ol October, 18J7.
Terms by the year.?3.00
Terms lor halt year. L50
lermj foi toar mon hs. 1.C0
Clubs of ll1 lu the usualpropon.on.
Ad ertiscmcnis to be terwarded tmm'dlatcly, BO as to
be dody classifled. Address, JOHN .-.II. H> L,
Offlco ot 'j, Irish Citizen,
No. 31 Barclay strssl, New Yo. V.
f eptetabor R0__
The East Florida Banner,
OCALA, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. F. SMIIH. Ed.tor and Proprietor.
S. C. DzliRUHL, Assistant Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CTRCU' ATTON
throuyhoat -o mos: populous and wealthy portions
O??U?UI?M men, desirous of 'ntroducinc their business
through thatsectiou, wouid tio wei to advertise - KS
suBscanTio^, S3 A TEAS.
RfAHBW ? Ca, Ag sn ts, at Courier Office, Charleston
Boa th Caro ina.
fjijji finir IT
FOE ED1STO A^I) ROCEYLL1E.
CAPT. D. BOYLE.
WELL RECEIVE FREIGHT THIS DAY AND LEAVE
lO'Morrov) i.'o.-ntn , at 7 o'clock, and Edlsto
Sa urday Horning, et G o'clock.
For Freigut or Fasttage, apply on board, or to
3SO. H. Al OURAY,
NoTombcr 14_V>_Market Wharf.
FOR WEIGHT'S Bi.UFF, S. C.,
BUCKINGHAM POINT, AND ALL IKTKK
MEDirE LAAlHNG? OA ?1E SASlbE
THE LIGHT DRAFT STEAMER
CAPT. J. T. FOSTER,
IS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODA?
TION WHARF, and will leavs on Thursday bight,
Ail Freight to be prepaid on the wharf.
For Freight engagements apply to
November 18_ Accommodation Wharf.
FOR GEORGETOWN S. C.,
TOt CHIN G AT SOUTH ISt AND, KEITH
FIELD, AND WAVERLY MILLS.
THE FINE PASSENGER STEAMER
CAPT. ISAAC DAVIS,
HAVING BEEN THOPOUGHLY OVERHAULED
and repaired, baa resumed h?r place oa the
JBARLE-TO.I ANl' GEOR'?LlOvVN LINE, ana will
un r guiar,y through the ensuing season, making one
md a halt uips each week, leaving Siuth Commercial
SCHEDULE FOR NOVEMBER.
Mond iy, Nov. 4, at. .6 A. M.
Frilay, N v. 8. at. .6 A. M.
Wedu'y, Nov. 13. at. .6 A. M.
outlay, Nov. 18. st. .6 A. M.
criday, N ?v. 22, at..6 A M.
.Vodu'y, Nev. 27,at. .6 A. M.
Wday. Nov. 1, at..7 A. M.
iVedn'y, Nov. 6, at..7 A M.
ilonday.Nov. ll, at. .7 A. M.
*riday, Nov. 15. at. .7 A. M.
W dn'y, Nov. 20, at..7 A M.
don Jay.Nov. 26, at. .7 A. M.
i'riday. Nov. '9. at. .7 A. M.
F ro to Ooorgotown and V.uth Maid Si.
Fare to Keitnfleld ana Waver'y Mills, .6.
steamer not responsible for goode shipped for tray
joints, alter landing at same.
All freigat nd w jar.agc must be prepiid.
Freigut received on yu d .vs befor soiling of steamer,
nd noue received after sunset.
For Freight or Passigoopphto tho Captiinon bo rd,
ir ta StlAOELLr'OKD ,v K LLY, Agents,
No. 1 noyce's Wbar*, Chariest m. s. C
FRASER & MAURICE. A..< nts.
Oejr^fowo >. C.
October 81 oct3t,nov.5.9,14,19,23 23
?.THE EVANGELICAL LUTHER IN r*YNOD
)F SOUTH CA?OLINA will convene in tho Wo^two.tb
t o t Lutheran Church Th<t (Thar,day) Morning, at
OX o'clock, at whl h timo thc Synod cal Sermon will
? o preached by the Preu.dant, Rev. T. o. BOINEST, of
Divine Servi oe To-N'ght, at half-past 7 oMock. Seat?
ree. Tho pubic cordially Invite! to at.ond.
November .4 1
SW PRAYER MEE UNG FOR YOUNG MEN.
i Prayer Meeiiog for you g men will be heldSloit ??t?
imo in tho Hail of the Young Mon's Christian Aseocia
lon, No. - Eicg street, commencing at half-past 7
i'clock. All young men or the city and ?trangers are
ardially nd earnestly invitod to attend and patticlpate
nlhoexercisea. W. W. PEMBER ION,
November ll 8 Recording Secretary.
JtsTNOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
X.U.MS against the '.state ol JA IES PHINNEY.de
eaaed, lato of this city, Printor, are re juc ?ted to reoder
hem 1", legally -ttested; and tho-o indebted to tho eoid
LS .ato will EI .ko payment to the subscriber.
RUFUS C. 13 AR KL EY,
AdtninUirator of James Phlnnoy, deceased.
MW ROYAL HAVANA LO 1'i'Etty. -PRIZES
I ASHED AND INF RM AITON I-UR.tLSHED.
lhe highoU rates paid for DOURLOONa and all kinds
I GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR & CO., Bankers,
No. le Wail street,
October 19 lyr New York.
49*NOTICE I MARLNK1.S.-C AP i ? IN ?
,ND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vesso-s in aa alfi
tiver, ore requested not to do io anywhoro within direr t
inge of the heads ol tho SAVANNAH RAILROAD
?HARVE??, on 'ho Charleston and St Andrew's side c
tte Ashley River, by which precaution, comae', with thc
nbmarlue Telegraph Oab> will be avoided.
b, C. TURNER, B. M.
tarbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 8, lili.
February 7 _
SW ?ATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-TH ?
PLU. DIL' 8 AIR DYE ii the best m the world, lhe
cly irve and per/eel Oi/t-harmless, reliable, lnstau
aueous. No disappointment No rid'culous tints
ialural Black e town. Kern cd los the ill offeets ol ba
)yCi. Invigorates tho bair, leavitu it sou and beautilvL
'he genuine ia signed William A. Bauh+Ur. all others
re inore imitations, and should be avoid od. Sold try all
iruggista and Perfumara. Factory, Na 81 Bare ey
treet, New York.
SW BEWARE OF A C0UNTVB7ETL
IO- MARRIAGE AND OE-1BACY, AND THE
IAPPLNESS OF TRUE MvNH 00.-Aa Essay tar
foung Men on tho Crime ol solitude, aad the Physic
ogicai Errors, /buses and Dis?ases whljh create lni
liniments to MARRIAGE, with sure means of Relief,
icat ia sealed letter envelopes, tree of charge.
Adaraas Da. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Aa>acutioa, Philadelphia, Pa.
September 38 _Smoi
SW NERVOUS DELLLI1Y, WITH ITS GLOOM a
ittenliuta, ow spirits, deprcaslon, involuntary emu
no. a, losa of semoii, sperm it rihcea, iosi of power, ulzxj
lead, looa of memory, :md threatened tmpotcn-e and im
canty, find a sovereign cure m HUMPHREYS HC
klEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGH1. Com
-osed ol the moat valuable mild and potent curativos
hey strike at once the root of the matter, tone np tbt
ivatem, oiTEit the diacharc.ea. and impait 7lgor and on
:rgv, lifo and vitality, to the entire man. Theyhav?
sured thousands of cases. Pr.ro ?? per package or nix
joxes and vial, o: $1 per single box. Sold by druggist?
rad sent by mail on receipt o: pnce Address HUM
PHRE?S' SPli-lFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICEN!
"OMPANY, No. 52i ROALWA?. NEW YORE.
?.3LRS. WIN -LOW'S SOUTHING SYRUP FOR
:bilcrea J t ithing, greatly facilitates the process of teeth
ng, by soitenisg tho gums, reducing all inflammation
viii allay AU PAIS and spasmodic action, and ls :UR -
CO EEGULATL THE BOWELS. Dopend upon it, moth
irs, it will givo re t to yoorso.vea, and RELIEF AND
?EALTH TO xOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and aold tb s article for years, and can
ay In confidenco and truth of i; wer,: wo bavr never
jceu sn.o to say of any other medicine-Never has itiaii
id ia a single instance to effect a cure, when timely us:d.
Sever did we lino v au lastaaco Cdlssadsfacion by any
ino who used it On tbs cout ary, all are delighted wita
.3 operation, and speak in terras cf cammecdatian oi its
nagiea. elle its and medical v.rtuca.
Wc speak lu this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW," after
rea? ot' ex. url nra. and pledge our roputatiou for the
U.Ailment cf what we here declare. In almost cv.ry In
i tan oe where tho iuiant is buffering ?rem palo ana tx
?austion. rc.:ei will bo lound in fiitoeu or tv/m\j niuaut?
uter tho syrup is a miniatorod.
Full directions fer using wih aCiornpany tcci bou>.
Be 3ure and call ?or
"MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
3avis2 -.-a /a; simi? of "Cunvia it PEitaus's" on tbt
muido wrapper. All others ore base imita ions.
Sold by Drugg sta thrat^hout tba wo.l?. Price. onl>
li f-enta per bottle
Oiflces-.No. ?16 Fulton 8:recr, Now Yor'r; No ?05 High
lelborn. London, Lngland; Nc. <41 St. ; aal street, Moa
real, Canada. DOWIE ?.. MOLSE, Agents,
Au.uatiT tuth.?mo Oaarle?tou. s. C.
KkT BEAUTIFUL HAIR.-MANY Yil.iitd 1.^
diemleai ex iuimeaia has res^ltsl m the perlectton ol
JHEV '.LI_R'= LiFL FOR 1UL Dalli, on un-iv.dleu
air dresai.ig, tmparuag new tile and increased LUtn
aeni to the hair. picvoLtin^ baldness and arresting its
progress wnoa commancel; re0'uating and -ustatning
no principle upon which the color of ha r dep.nds
lb rcby posit valy rea.onug grey bur to its origma:
; lor and >oulhful beauty, and stopping ita fal hu j ou
it onei. Sold by al Druggb.e.
& A CHiaYAUER, M.D., New York,
i?r salo bv DOWIE j; Mol>E,
Waoicsale Agents f ij south Carolina,
October IS tu<hs2mo No. 151 Meedeg street.
THli SUMTER WATCHMAN
IS PUBLISHED LVERY WLDNLaDAa, AT St>
TER, S. L, oy GILLUM i: FLOW_A.s, Proprietoi .
it FOUR DOLLAR?- per anuum, uv .riahiy m odvasu
Ad ver dscm caa ta moe ned at usmu rotas.
Kwy atyio oi Joa Fnntinf eatowuied m thr aet'ti
nyse ana greateet diapatoo, t>?p?eaoar >
PRICE FIVE CE?IS
FOR LTVBRP?OI.-THE FINE
'fist sailing coppered ship MVR? "ODEN, W.
>E. Cold - ey. Master, is DOW ready for cargo.
? For Freight engag* mont? apply to
W. B. SMITH 4: CO.,
November 13 Napier** Hang*.
THE FAVORITE STEAMSHIP
E. C. SEED, COMMANDES,
TT7TLL SAIL FOE THE ABOVE POBTOH THTTBS
V V DAV 14th, at 10 o'clock, A. M., from Pier No. i
ffnlon Wb arre a.
For Freight or Patsage. apply to
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
Sorembar ll_1 Union ^harv*,
FOR PIUUDiiLPRU. .
EMPIRE STEAMSHIP LINE.
THE STE AMES
ALLIA 1ST" O B ,
JOIES B. EE LY, MALTEE, . 0
[STILL ?AIL AH ?BOT.; ON S-VTH tDAT, THEISTS
VV ia -tint, at - o'oloolc
For oAgMp jioaU apjly to H. F. BA 'ER k 00.,
No. 30 Camborland Street,
Nov m Mr 8_6, 6, 7, ll. 1?, li, IS
FOE NEW YORK.
People's Mail Steamship Company.
MO N EK A,
[TTTLL LEAVE NORTH ATLAvT?0 WTfAHf OBI
VV llmrsday, Noves;ber 14. at 9 o'clock. A M.
JOHN A THEO. G El TV
NoTsmber ll_Na 48 East Bay.
*0R NEW VOKK.
REGULAR EVLR. SATURDAY.
CAPTAIN M. B. CBOWELL.
m-ILL LEAVE VAND?RHOR*V3 WHARP
V V Saturday, November 18th, at half-past 10 o.clock
Lil's Lading must be presented for signature on Friday*
For 'reight or passage, app'yto _4
November jj_BAVENEL & CO?
EVY YORK AND CHARLESTON
RHK. STEAMERS OF THIS T.TNE WILL BAIL AST
H AM PION. Saturday, No vern b r 9, at 4 O'clokP. IC
AMES ADOER, Tuaday. Novamber 13, at 4 o'clock
[ANHA ITAN, Saturday, November 16, at 10 o'eloci
HAR KSTON, Tu?rday, Ncvember 19. at 19 o'clock IC
H AMPIO *, ?'aturda -, Nov -m 1er 23. at 4 o'clock P. M,
AMES A DOER. Taetdey. November 26. at 4 o'-lock P. Y.
;ANHATI AN'. Saturday. November 30, at 9o'clock A. M.
Oatward fro, ht engagements made MU. COURTE?
AY % TREN HOLM, corner Adder's Wnart and East
ay, up Btalrs.
For matters pcrt.v ninj to Inward Fri 1 :h\ and tor ouW
ard I-assase, apply to SlBfcluT, BROlHEBb k CO.,
o. 74 East li ay,
STREET, BROTHERS A ' 0.,1 ."nta
CJUETENAY &TRESHOLM, J
OR PALATKA, FERNANDINA,
JACKSON VILLE, A\D ALL THF. LAM?
IN GS OK THE ST. JOH .N'S HIV KR.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
(1000 Tons Hnrthen,
CAPTAIN L. M. OOTETTBB.
I ST?'LL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLAN'IIC WHATtF.
W ovary TUESDAY NIQH1 at 9 o'clock, tor tho
Sovj places, co.a J ctiog with ibo Georgia Central Bail?
3j- at -avannah, tor Macon, Mobile and New Orleans.
jil Freight must be paid bore by shippers.
For Freight or Passago, apply on board o< at th? offlee
f 3. D. AIKEN k CO.,
September 13_A gen fal.
?&B PALATKA, FERNANDINA,
IACKSO.W1L1 E, ANO ALL THE LAND?
INGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S IUV.LR.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID ? TEA MEE
rlHO Tons Borthen,)
CAPTAIN S. ADKINS,
[TTILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTI ' WHARF
VY eTcrr Friday NijlU, ?t 9 o'clo.k. lor the above
IJCS, connecting mi h tb . Oeor ta Cen ral Ruilro-d at
..-.D lao, :or Macon, Mo rie and New Orleans.
A 1 Fr J Rht mast b.-- p id ho.o by the a Ippers,
For Fright cr rsa* RC, apply 0. bonM, or at tho et?
cc ol K'Vt.vEL & co., Agenta,
Corner ot'Van Ter horst'? Wharf and Las; Hay.
Octob' r 23
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE.
VIA BEA UEO RI AND HILTON BEAD.
TEAMER PILOT BO V ... SAW. W. T. MoNELT?
TEAMER F.V.\NIE.CAPT. i. PE? C
OVFGFTHE AROVE st'EAMfcltS WIM. CVA '?
Hiar'estou every irWa..,. Trednesday an F-***
U/muri tt ! o'clock; and Savannah ev-rT
TeTei-i?? and JW" Horning*, at I o'clock. T?-***
"? at "laiiton on M . da. , trip from Charlo* . ?n4
Vrdnf-day, trio ?r' ? Savannah.
All Way FrcisUi, ?Iso blu?tcn Wh??*???, TB? ' e are?
"'par frelsbt or passace. apply to
JOHN FEBGUbON, AcootnaedaMei WH?%