Newspaper Page Text
* 'im iss6,. .t '
Our usual Tuesday issanto will be inter.
mitted .09r ext
filiy anwd Chriswmas (3oueries,".lhery
Como)und111 I and ingreidiont and- coucoii
tant o tie fenst and jolit.'and sorr
. vivialite of the sason. See tleiM oeries
of notices anyd call at N6.;2, Flotel
In our columns this morningwill '-be
seen several Charleirow ad a e i nents
It aflords na especial- pleasure. to in.
trodnenp to our nierciants,' and citizens
the firm of Bristoll, Duhnmn drid.Brow.n,
denlers in Boots. Slidees -Trnnks, &c.,
No 169 Meeting-Street'i Mr. Dinlha'n
a copartner will im eacognizled as a mem
ber of the, old,. triedl and', well-known
firm,.of Dunham, Taft & Co.. and carries
with him to hi new * hacliaon an ex
perience in iwreantile anrsiis of thirty
years, and a wide reptitation. W he
speak .he attention of our readers to the
advertisement of this firrn..
OE. L. Deningz & Co., also appear in
our paper as dealers in . ueneril Hard.
ware, 'Ciuile ry, &c. Porchasers, nnd
patrons in this department of trode are
invited to refer to his.card.. We slicit
the attenlion of our citizens nt large.'
Win. Carlisle announces the election
of ollicers of Ridgeway Lodge.
The Legislature adjourned on the-20th
inst. The Colunbia Pjgenix, -says in
regard to it: 'This.hody, by th-e ap.
pointmunt. of both branchesA, adjourni-to'
day. In parting with its memb4s, we
may be permitted to say that, so fur as
we have had an opportuiity to obsedvo
their poroceendin-g4, they have workfd
with ani earnest purpose to adVauce tile
various interests of the State and to
provide for the welfare of her peoplet
They have wisdly abstained from dab.
bling in national or general poalitics, a
policy which we hopa will hereaft.or gv.
ern in all future sessions df the LegiAla.
ture. We have had - too muli- oit
heretQforo f(4 the weal.of the common
wealth, and the pres~ent mem*bers haye.
set an example which, doservos to be fol
lowed by their successors." .
We find in the PhIsnix sevefal aces
-of the Legielaturo induded by th, eman.
cipation of slaves. These acOU.as deffin.
ing the status of freedmen and preseqrib.
ing their rights an r ives are of
great. intefest; an s ther efore in
ouar next publicit ion, eat a por
ttion 'df then. bedfo 01 as~ ou
space will possibly jiust
Nt:ono Suraa~ov i TI T)i r i t
neg r'wnn'o- hA Thjj' ~
eil ligi p si h'as ca dij.
cam4v48sng aup(pg 'Ire citigent of ~~I~
*trict and resulted lasr. .ught- in a e~T
a general election,to bd held,tli4,r
ineto obtain a th~tilbut fro nh, vqt.
ing bommnaty thant tuay bd~p #164d
- tore Congress wnd enabie't'tos eg'ons
completely repugnant ti~uapN h
neflgtt suif1Vg act ,stetli4.ole.'a
the dIielfnhtY e ni $thW 1C Gmi Oet;
lasu 'vehl~gmn relht.nu to wimts rn :~
* a'e appianred to be a gees apt
- ihenainr, tyhst the hill #dtrid ardd.doi-ear
bilfor. ghe erres~oin Id ~& th l eduld
4t b4-obta4 dt hd, nnde hAe.rVur peeb;4
-e 1 uiftht riw 'dohighn4g
P nuthus 'r1y4
n ar te 4 Aubti~i iand It i-s.r
d to hold 6te~ n morrow u
deit ih rprew ofW rkprrhtq.. n p1
BO~sAT E80TH CAROLINA.
A ECX E MRPR 124 86
I NATE. -.
e4 n1 lit 10 .
rs.j anil. Kershawmry Sujllij a
I ta~ise, inlstith, Unist', Triompson,.
Lawton. a1n11 others submit ted reports of
Or: n' e Nir. Bnist, ull to re
pr!'e..u 'm-:.dmenist in reliTIon to.
th< I:.: oft h -d e'; Fand :f' rezsolltion
in r,-o!"n :4 fiefto sitid b-arrks was
p' .i t I he tieXI. re.giilnr session.
Mr. Thomlon offered a reselution for
Ie miflng tlh- resolution for the adjourn
.wmt. of tl. General As.ewmbly, and sub
titmiing r "hrisiday, 21st indtant" for
Ttesdavy, 191 h itstjmt."'
Mr. .T. 1. Williaws submitted the re
porL of the Special Committee on Re
A bill to provide for the re-organizm
tioi orthe militia received the third read'.
ing. was agred to, the titlie cliainged to
aio Actr'if it. was sent to the House of
The Governior has approvediand sign.
-ed Act of t'lhe following titles : "n
Act to incorporporate Schilter Lodge
No. 30, of the Itdependent Order of
Odd fellows. (f the sate of Sotuth Caro
lion, located iit,the city of Charlesson
un Act to provide for Lite drawing ofjn.
ries in certain cases ; aq Act to amend
an Ac entiled "an Act to alter the law
in relation to last wills and testamentsa,
and forpther ptprposeA."- ratified thte.21si'
day of December, 1858 ' an Aet to
91;eed and renew the charter of the
Calhoun Is urance Company of Charles
ton ;rnd an Att preliminary to legisla.
timn induced by the emancipation of
The following resolatibh was ngreed
to, and a message wa ordered to be
sent to the House of Representatives
Resolved. That thejoint resulution of
the General Assembly, fixing the day
of adjouirnmcen; on Tuesday, .19th day
of this monthj.e rescinded, and i ao t a
message be-setgots.e House of Repre-.
sntatives regmrestitIg that body to ro
scind said resolttmaion, and to appoint
Wednsday. the 2011I of this month, as
the day of a1djo"-mnent. .
A bill to !ath >lish tie University of
Sbuth Carolitna received itsp third readIng,
wah passed, the title clntge i to an Act.
and was r . = 9,f ep.
H USE OFU EP llS&.NTA TIY I".h
T'elvrik called the roll, the Speak
er took the'Chiuii,"andt tiu 'fionse pro.
ceeded to 4titeess. .
Tihe Senato returtned to the House I he
following bills. , which were read the
third time und ther titles changed to
Acts A bill to estaiblish the Uniiversi
ty of South Carolina: a:bill to incorpo
rate the South Carolina Lamid and Eni
grataim Company ; a -hill to provide for
the eopation of Tax Collecto'rs for thie
District of Darlington, the- title having
been-haniged by adding "awl Cheoter
field ;".a bill to, change the time for
holding the election for Sheriff of Wil.
liamsburg District.; a bill to incorporato
the Ciarlestoit Rook and Ladder Com
pany ; a bill to establish regulations to
lrevent the spread of Asiutic Cholera ini
t.is State ; a hill to incorpotat th
jjriesten Dredgit and, WVhnrf Btitl.
snpny ; aW to inceorporate theo
Crek Ti ber COneter's Compa
bMf to provtde for' the rorgamn
Thf the mlitiaa ; a bill to anieni
license -laws ; a bill to establiahl
.994thtlern 1~xpress Companf g a
Amngrporate i.suavilltage of Iirk woo n
Aat to provide for thte. Issus,+f bills fe.
ceJivabIIt itn lpyyment of' intdebtednes~ to
in Siate .to the ainmitnt pf $600,000 ; a
hill orunew. the. chanrter of the Mount
Pieasant iFerry QCompany ;a bill for the
rebsef of thu Spart~anburg. and Unidn
Ratilroaid Coipg a ball to intcorpo.
rate the lsbeyiye~vr.aw Mihll Tsmber
taud Lumiber Compnuy a bill a iasor
poruite the -Deep-water atid Western.
fRailroa Comihy.;.a bill to extend .to
Jho (amdonn 1ritge Company the time
Within.whiph to ru.baild their .bridge ; a
biR twan~aoriebygal, of - lie Column.
reade, bridges?,nd ferries ; a jllf~o Iand .
ihe crttdit of the sStare to, seurqcrspic
#pnds to bejissuemd byy the'Sonithacghpa
riodCQoPmay, andi for, tg l
JIses',;:Ii bill to amenod ie chprteno~ the
?Anyt-bill to incorporate the~ -Germath
nigrilmoJacd jd Trediitg oppq,
i Maarle ; bill reljvgig
i 4.J~s iqsao , p bil) to. sbi
ad,. rmr, p
0, te - By o
til OV~$4Jpt&jftmq14kheap J.
* 44 pm~e
'I pI S415 itr
l4solu all unItrawn balapei, f
mow Itan the otes t otle:veveral
S$tat oft rin.her person, due and 4
y le nt)ior fo r4day of'Oc. *
toblgf~., 1865, I whiclh were payabe Tn '
therereeye e te-- State, b regarded I
as claims against.the Sito; for the pay. I
tuent of. v iich, the pvrties claiming the
miteshal have the right'of petition at
annY moetint! of t he eneCratl-- Assembly <
withinl I welve months; of- this reohaution' I
The.s aharies of the Comiptroller.General, I
Treasurer and $Scretary of. Stine only I
ezcepted, as regArds theirsalauies for the i
A bill for t.he encotrage'ment.snd pro. I
tection of Enropean inigration, and 1
for tlhe# appointment of commissioner, and 1
for other purposes therein expressed;
was continued to jhe next session of the
Mr. Mullins introdnced a bill to I
amet4 the ch:arter of the Wilmington
and Matchester Railroad Company. '
Mr. Garlington introduced tho fllow.
ing resol'tioi, which was agreed to, and
was ordored to be sent to the-senate.
Resolved, That- a spociasl committee I
of this MHuse be appoint ed, to consist of i
three, to whom the subject of. enconrag.' I
img European innigration be referrod;
that said Committee be instructed to cor 4
respond. with individuals, governments
and sovietiaes in Europe, on this suibject, I
and report at the next session of the
Legislatttre the inifornation wrich they
may have collected, aind also 'Ite most
p&acticable sch.eme Lhat. call he adopted
to encourage such iminigration; and that
$500. it so 'iluch be. necesary, he ap-.
propriated to pity the expenses of the 4
comittee in the prosecution of ihis oboject
to hinccounted for to the Liegislarme.
A bill to amiend the insolvent laws of
he State was ordered to be laid on the
MVONJDAli DRCMjrRRR 18, 18G>.
The Senate ipet at half-p'ast. 10 a. m.
A niessago was receivedi from the
Hggse of Re#presemtatives granting
leave to the Seunat* to rescind thejoint
Ye0hiftion of the General Assembly, ftx.
ing itehihy of ndlonnrnment on Tuesday,.
the 19th o tl'is mnth. and t. uppoint*
Wi-dnesday'' Ihe 20h of this month.
Ixief and Fti ft B kspcii or
Mr. Buist offere'd a - resointion, pro
viding for Irintiig 5y000 doPi-'.- of the
bills oi the "Codc'," vlichwa s agreed
to, and orilerad to be, sel to the Ilouse
Alt. Arthur preseited the acconuit of
B. Glass. for sl.t'tinary furniihed
t0) the Senate at.he pro'-nt Oilsi..
A communication .was reuceived from
ghe lIon. T. W. Da wkite, acepring th.
*ice of Law Judge.
A nutrnbier f papers fromn the- I i.st
Tlhe Sejit.e the-r preoc4l.eAde tob till se.
cond reading Of thhe supply !kil; which
A meseage was -received from the
Houise ird;rniing the Senatu4 that the
House lttd4 Oelecled, the Hon. C. 11.
A commnatication, was reeived from
ifhn. WV. Ik Johnsong~ti acLeptm - the
Soffice of Chancellor. -
The Pruesident d..elrared Nir. James As
Lufl.:s elected. Asseessbr of the Parishes
f St; Philli~ and pt. Michaael; also,
at f. IJ,.LEapjhalrt had been electedl
Tlhe Governor approved-the bills to
establish District Courts, University -of
South (Carblina and the 1!3lmore Insiu.
an-ce Con auhny.
.A ballotavag hield for otBeers of the
Bank of the State, with the' following
.Prr.adn-Mt. C. 'FP. Fturman. .
'rcets-.Messrs. W. C. DukeA, C2.
F. Hlanckel. J. P. DeVanr, and J, J.
Mes~t'. B. lP Perry, J. J. 5fkddragot.
W. F. DeSattature, R. W., Barnwell,1
J. S. Prestoti, 0: 0 Memmingor, T.C4
Per'rin, Th'os. amith, 1. I. Mefftilng, &
1NAliy,,(an Farroyv Wandy Haimp.
Pickens, E~. J.'A rthjj,,': ' ,,:ibb's,
Htep ty Melver< .J .'N. Friersit and
JathteU Hi. Cad ut 4vt -4'etsed Ttus4
tees of' the No 'na ley
,h0o.. F. Jb .Molaies Pjesi et o A~p.,
took t~h Chqir,'nd 3addhased the Seny
ate 'sfollowet' I ' -
-SltkAt 4 / y~ abaour to 'els' :
raejig of 4l~ ynspinhe,lhig kid
responauble lnettouns whiel the kIng~ kr
~e~i o ( the vihlopf bli'pod
su 63pAhamphrgushq po'ition ~
thei, saura aq tt .t..,
'yti'sevetrig a connetioni with -!te
len, w'ith wilich I have tIeej' so log
aci~tatel It auld .1not b s ntural if']
lid swit thfioi litiga of peendier ona.
io. There iiiof, in this body a sin
:le mnmher who was here wlon I enter
d it. Muring my service in it, the
-obr.try has I been agikttoqd? hv. the dis.
n*i> -. of poliiceal prinbiple.. which,
rom op pwsing and conflicting-views led
0 excileliett it tyirritat.on, tigt: ;t
oat otie tunited effort, was - made ko free
as front tiw' opppSsiot of a Govern
nent w.hich in the.. judgement of- the
>eople wias a thraalo'm. That effort
esublaed in a wair, in which we failed in
-vervtiing but honior A'6d heroism; and
Vihi-a' as'iming new, oblimitions to the
Pederal Union, let. us. recognize the duty
if exerting all our efforts to improve
he shattered. rortnes of the States, and
ins the f'oundhation still left us, erect pil.
atrs which. polliting to 1leaven, may;
it, no dist:'nt day, be em emlatic of ortr
advncesent, and prospi tV.
It i4 ':t m atter of a' h-a tfektgfatift
ioll to knlow that, duriang o1y1lqt4 term
n thia body, my relaaqupwith all its
nenbers have bern of ekkinden ear.
cier, and that, evn. the excitemqn of
lebate never engendered a word of .sn.
Per'or resent-ment. I sh4fl- bear with
ae during.life a recollection f' the'con.
ilerat iona ad kindqess .,hav Vver re.
-ived from its o 9lcars atid .nombers;
td. abont (ro bid you fareiell toassume
aet- public dutiea, commendieg Tou a)
str beloved State to the protectiora and
,uardianship of heavin- I beg you,
achl and every one, to accept my eair
test wish for yoaur haappines.i and pros.
>erity. When you conclude your, lit
>ors herf,, may youi have a safe - retnrn
0 yaouar families, oore again to enjoy Ahe
oleasure wiich .cannot be surpassed onl
-art h-thath pleasure ora Ieppy h.'me.
rIOUSE OF REiPRESENTILTIVE
The Clork called thu roll, tlhe Sp-ak.
-r took the Chair, and. rlie procvetdiii
vero opened with prayes - iy Rov. .\ r.
A bill to estabbatsh th- University of
3onith Cartolina, a bill to. orgamiiae th
Executive De-partmnent of the (State, anhd
billto withdraaw ceriain- nudrawn ap
>rprmtions were rem a third'time and
heir. titles'eharged to Actg.
The Speiaei ad~dressed the'Honse..
Mr'' Boiham a itrolnced thel loihowimle
s-aol'aulions, .0hich are niniionsy
.-aEed, ufnnimoudy,' T hat ihe
haaks of this Houge artv due, anl sire
aero-Iy tiendered io.ithe I-lo. A. P., Ald.
-ich, Ifr tho able urbiet and ianpirtial
ninuer in whieh ll has discharged tLa
hal.catie Atid ardalo.ma duities of Speaker of
it li n11e.
/tsoeled, uunimously, Thati he iis eo.
ith-l to atid earri's witri hit from .the
.bI;ar. he cordial regards'of his ite s
oceitas, and their 6.8t wishew for his
UcceasA in hii no-w (eid of pthig servide.
-.volvrd, uneitntiusly. Thit, a coin
nitte-ae of throw ;hbe atppoitekt.' commn.
Iicate to-his Hnolu JuiAgou,(. J?. Aid
i'n, these resoltutina4. i .
Mr. Butler introduced he' ",fbllowing
'Mahltit on, which was. con.sided imm.
lizataly, ogretd to,-'an'dl senaeL'~he Sen.
~te'for e-menctrronen ~ - wj.
Res.olved, 'hy the Benrette-akt ouef
ep)it-en(taives, stu met a
rJeneral A ssembly, anel by *.t igfq
efdthe same, T1'hat the-action Fb Gen.
-ral Assembly in refered'4 e AtL
o extend relie( toedehtig., . (6 pre.
et. *a sacrifice ohflar7pert blic
alea)" raitifie-d the Ti 16 e I n 1 the
-ear of oui- Lord -1851, Acvt4~ ts
mendointg said Act, is'i g
temporary siuiiont 9~ pfal'le
~aj remetdica pf creditor#,' 1 sed otin
n7 mner to initiate )pg fojti @~
estrueuion of such logal .rmdis.Og
or tibo continnaong' i lg
fl debitora Xrom, t)M 9 Ofl.9 h
awe in force- for Lh*eguj nt iatdet
>rnor to the pasa w4f edda the
Thp fd)hl4tg ilY~~J4ft to
e continped u~nfi ~
ha Genteral Assembr WAh .t) rT
Veal ceortaiti en0 Rarlto to
he bank;f' th 1 rpa
upl A*t toa re- af~:.M r'and
bill to ahl'r'lie ,SO ast o
Iavide Pi~~n 'two Judicial
a o ao amend the
aM*I-.40YM1, a bill
0 orf' Oharlamn
' t to~j~g bd~6
lf r. ebow iiitr'Odriced the followin,
resoloowi wi a o an
serit W-OPth SnO it ce
two o e
ed to inquire and repor t t t Ile" sep.
sion of this General Assombly, whIt
has become ofi mpubh o'rty re.
mOining in te h1auidsol h r A
thef State, at t fsrrenndoirf'oeneral
Jolmso1's iy J inM j lu',t id mor
particnlairly whsit dispoiotn has lee
made of t he publia propo-rtly, removed by%
the Qartermaster-Genera , dmnisary.
O'enieral and Orduance Officer fron
Columbia, in Febiruary last, rprevioust to
tbe entrance of Gen. Shermah'a army
I said city.
Wahington NSes items.
The folloinrg Wnahthsgtow iteng are
fron the N. . Tins.oftls 18th:
A. D1. 1671kt, Eq.; \ssistant- eh
teet of the Treasatry. Departmnt, has
just returned froth th6 South, where he
hos bneen- ilaspecting. the govrnment
bealdingi-, under an ordersdireeted to
him,some.wee ago; by t)ie Secretary
of the'reasury. - 'he old-Cnstomn-house
And Marine lospital 'At Clinrl-ton
were fond to be so blny wrecked that
they will be useless. -. r. Mullett re
ports that fle govntrn buildings in -
the other Sot hern cities ate gIerally
in fair conditioo, and (vill fquite b a lit.
Post MNaster General Denhison has
written a letter stating that 4he ,length
of m-lt a in'ha s hitiioFf ptit
the prompt delivery ,of the Naili in the
North during the winter monit h. He
clls upon the compniies to fulfil their,
contracts iii a bet orrmitisar.
New coins zf,the double eagle, eagle
and Ialf engfe gold,) dwiar, half dol)orf
and quarter of dollar (silvpr) have bven
stlmped in thl. Philadelphinl mint, with
the mottO we trust." The
old lWis nre -also roteined.. They
are st'bnittel to &eC. McCullocl.
Thi Ho'use wing of the Joiuit Commit.
tee, waappointed by the Speaker, is
thaoronagbly radical in itscomplexion,
aind a report.of like charactor iny be'
expected. The gentlenq, however,
are utnong the oldest land ablest men.
hrs of thie Uyamsis- dnI the lidhi will
be disappoited it ti' do not give tihe
stbject the flidst careful and able con
Teniessee is nn'ropilon to the eon
pirren, reauIti r4 but t is enerally
understood that the connittee will mannke,
an early report in the, kuothat State,
im 'whosa favor te-. ire many asrgu.
ments not applicable to the other States.
The cutti ao of ierpbatI, by tle; rMa.
jority ir thie Hbuse, has thns far ronder,
ed the proceedings less .Aeting than
uansal, andi tha galhories, especially tao
lsadies' nuate, have been but poorly fifld.
The only speech of any le'ngth yet made
was adroitly put in the' other dhv y
Mr. Chandler, of N. Y., in opposition.'
to NI. Fpr nswofth's' resolution on the
right-elofloord soldirsjo. full citizen.
ship. 1-e had the floor for an hour, but
as Mr. Chandler's 'pculaiar constituentts -
don't- 'Visit Washington, snor read: the
nbwappa ar to iayhetet~h p'c
will be bsarron ofeffect .~tAhe ec
jogslatloh havidu In' fe*r th1666t2
eles t~o speedy t rial of Aid is al-2
road y bgeu,yu 938'(.o bills
have 'beeonnroduced'into ths~ Senate,
andone-huto the H t,'H#d~viding that
in Certain oases of trial -for tr'eson,'no.
'man shall Ved e lnjc.
tent itr r',enut 'VfiaviR fdI'?e6 or
epeedan opiiijn Saeed. poui'n'ev~u
paper r'ehris,,or tpe e t' flatory f;
the dlayprovided that hdehal.take: an
oath that helajd iul re n t n impagti'el
Thistidvewturn', the epiiple.. hld ,indls
thne crt oi t et1 q f '"la . a
tidan0 nadm.a.. m - ...n