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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
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Oar Cable Dispatches. .
LONDON, February 20-Noon.-Dispatches state
that the ship Butter, from Calcutta 8th November,
for Boston, was abandoned at sea.
Consols 91. 5-20's advancing; opening quota?
tions 74?. Eries 37j. Illinois 78.
lilYxuiFoojb, Febmary 20-Noon.-Cott?? quiet
and steady; estimated sales to-day 8000 bales; Mid?
dling Uplands 14d. - Lard 50s. 6d.
No late arrests of insurgent Fenians. Nine vrere
convicted at Dublin and heavily sentenced.
BERUH, February 20.-The election returns are
nearly all in. The Saxon members are ante-Prus?
sian. The Government has contracted for several
steamers; the American patent is to be used when
dispatch is required.
-lot>u H. Sui ralf.
WASHINGTON, February 20.-On the landing of
SURRAIT the U. S. Marshal said : "Is your name
JOHN H. SUTBBATT ?" He replied, "It is, sir 1" The
Marshal served his warrant, and took possession
of th; prisoner. SUBRATT carried his head erect,
with a fearless air, and was handsomely dressed in
a grey zouave suit, white leggings, fez cap, light
moustache, long goatee, and securely hand-cuffed.
He is in the care and custody entirely of the civil
Ex-Governor THOMAS H. FOBS, 61 Ohio, and
Colonel SOL. H?NCELE, will defend SUBRATT.
"WASHINGTON, February 20.-SENATE_The Presi?
dent's answer to the Senatorial question regarding
the violation of the Civil Bights Bill, says that the
; Secretary of the Navy is aware of none; Secretary
of the Interior has received no information of any;
the Secretary of State has none; the Postmaster-.
General has none; the Attorney-General has re?
ported none. The President says that he has the
case of WM. FISCHER, of Georgia, under conside?
ration; that it had been referral to the Attorney
General's omeo by the Secretary of War. The
Secretary of War says, if necessary, military orders
will be issued to enforce the provisions of the Civil
Bights Bill, though as yet no neglect or refusal to
carry out the same has been reported to the Presi?
Three cases have been reported to the President:
Dr. WATSON, of Virginia; WM. FINCHES, of Ga.;
PERKINS, of Texas. None others have come to the
knowledge of the War Department or the Presi?
Senate r COWAN made a defence of the President
and tho South, based upon STANTON'S Report,
asking why Senators did not go to the Secretary of
War for redress for the alleged outrages, instead
of pouring them into the public ear? A decent re?
spect for the country's fair fame should induce them
to seek for redress through the willing STANTON,
before proclaiming them as means for maligning
SHERMAN, in urging his Bill, said : "We give the
negro the ballot, schools, protection and law; but
nature will never consent to put white men under
his domination." He designated STEVENS' and
ELIOT'S plans as horribly defective.
The Sonate was engaged in the discussion of the
District Bills until the message from the House
announcing the passage of SHERMAN'S Bill with the
amendments. WILLIAMS moved that the Senate
concur. Several Senators regretted the dis?
franchising clause inserted by the House, but
would vote to concur notwithstanding.
JOHNSON said if he had his way he would imme?
diately receive the Southern representatives, but
would yield to the majority. He would vote for the
Bill because he saw in it a mode of rescuing -the
country from the perils that now threatened it.
The Senate then took a recess.
The Tenure of Office Bill was hurried to the
President last night, which prevents a pocket
veto. i-i . :;
HOUSE.-In the House, SHERMAN'S Bill came np.
WILSON'S amendment was adopted by a vote of 69
to 60 ; also an amendment that persons excluded
from office by the proposodOountifcixtioiaol Anreua- ?
ment be excluded from voting for members, or be-.
lng xueniDerB vf, a C/oa-rcntiori to farm t?tato Cox?
SHELLABEROER offered an amendment declaring
that, un till the rebellious States were admitted to
representation, any civil government shall be de?
creed provisional, and subject to the authority of
the United States, to be abolished, modified or
superseded at any time ; and elections under civil
government to be conducted by persons described
in the 5th section, and persons qualified to hold
office under Provisional Government are ineligible
under the provisions of the 3d section.
The Constitutional Amendment of last session
was adopted-yeas 98 nays 70.
A resolution to concur in the amendments then
passed by a vote of 125 to 46. HAWKINS or Tennes?
see and HTJBBELL of Ohio, were the only Republi?
cans voting nay.
The Militia Bill was recommitted to the Com?
mittee, and the Army Appropriation Bill taken np.
This.was adopted, including the section in relation
to the General of the Army, which contains, in ad?
dition to tho points telegraphed last night, that
all orders and instructions relating tb military
operations issued by the President or Secretary of
War shall be issued through the General of the
Army. The Hcuse then went into a committee on
Internal Revenue laws.
"WASHINGTON, February 20.-A delegation of the
Boston Board of Trade had an interview with a
Mr. MCCULLOCH relative to the depression in com?
merce, trade and ship building.
It appears from a communication of the Presi?
dent to the Senate that the gross proceeds of cot?
ton seized was twenty-five and a half millions of
dollars. The proceeds from the sale of miscella?
neous property $1,800,000. The proceeds from the
rents of abandoned property nearly $500,000.
Other receipts $2,300,000.
It is conceded that the Senate will pass the Re?
construction Bill with the House amendments.
The increased stringency developed by WILSON and
SWELT.iHEBGEB'8 amendments is attributed to STE?
VENS' strategy. It is generally conceded that the
President will waive the advantages of time and
veto the Bill sufficiently soon for Congress to act..
NEW YOBK, February 20_A violent northeast |
snot7 storm has been raging, and the snow is con?
siderably drifted and travel impeded.
The steamship Fang Shuey has arrived from New
Orleans; the Yazoo from Norfolk, and the Port au |
Prince from Apalachicola.
CINCINNATI, February 20.-MORGAN'S telegrapher,
charged with the recent murder, was arrested near |
PHILADELPHIA, February 20.-GEORGE TSr.T.ittm |
was shot dead in Court by thc father of the girl |
whom it is alleged ET.T.KRH raped in April last.
LOUISVILLE, February 20.-A private dispatch
received at Nashville reports the explosion of the
steamer David White between Vicksburg and '
Memphis. It is steted that Captain KELLS and
Dr. SHELLFOBT are lost.
Domestic Marice ts.
NEW YORE, February 20_Gold S6|. Money G, and |
easy. Exchange, 8?. Sight, 109J. 5-20's, '82, Uti;
.64, 1084; '65, 109. New issue, 1064. 10-40's, 101J.
7-SO's, 1st series, 106; others 105j. Stock market J
Flour market quite steady. Wheat dull and 1
drooping. Corn dull and declining. Bice dull.
Oats dull and heavy. Pork firm-new, $20 75a20 87;
old, $19 75. Lard quiet. Whiskey quiet. Ashes
quiet. Peas dulL Cotton dun, at 32Ja33 for Mid?
dling Uplands. Freights quiet. j
EVENING DISPATCH. .
The weekly cotton statement gives the sales of I
the week as 16,000 bales. Receipts do. 24,000 bales.
Exports 5637 bales. Stock on hand and on ship?
board not cleared 284,000 bales. Receipts at all
the ports since September l, 1,162,000 bales,
against 1,295,000 bales for the same period last
Cotton market doll and unchanged. Flour firmer.
State $8 60all 40; Western $8 55al2; Southern
without decidod change at $10 50a$16. Wheat
quiet and unchanged. Corn declined 1 cent. Oats
steady. Provisions steady. Whiskey quiet. Gro?
ceries quiet. Naval Stores steady: Rosin 4aS.
Turpentine 69a70. Cotton to Liverpool by sail f.
S took market active. 5-20's of '62 coupons, lill;
of'64, 8a8J; of '65, 109; new issue, 1064; IM&B
coupons, 101|; 7-SO's, first series, 106; second and
third serios, 105?; M.\ G's, 92?. GoM, 1374.
BALTIMORE, February 20.-Flour dull; no sales.
Wheat-good Maryland red $8. Corn-receipts
fair; mixed white 90c.; prime 83c; yellow 93&S4c.
Oats doll at 66c. Clover Seed weaker; jobbing lots
85a89c. Coffee firmer; prime 13?al3jc, gold, in
bond. Sugar inactive at lOjalOlo. for fair to good
refining. Whiskey dull and irregular.
CINCINNATI, February 20.-Flour and Grain un?
changed, and but little done. Whiskey and Pro?
visions dull and unchanged. Mess Fork $20@25;
Bacon quiet at 9Jc. for ?boulders and ll@ll?c. for
sides. Groceries firm.
ANECDOTE ABOUT LOUIS NAPOLEON.
We translate the following story from the Gazelle
Universelle ; and although no name is given, it is
well understood that the prince in question is
none other than the Emperor of the French, LOOTS
In one of the finest quarters of London, in King
street, not far from Hyde Park and St. James'
Square, there lived, in 1847, a gentleman, well
known all mot England, and although but little
known personally in France, had much sympathy
there. His highness lived in a fine house, uniting
in his menage English comfort with French ele?
gance. He saw much company, and enjoyed what
ia unusual with exiled princes, the society of many
of his old friends.
Not far from the establishment of the prince re?
sided a lady of great esprit, the daughter of a
gentleman who had once played an important part.
Har drawing-rooms were the place of rendezvous
for all the best French society in London. The
prince also was a frequent visitor there. Many
persons, now in high official position, have reason
to recollect those pleasant reunions, for it was
there they had been first presented to the prince.
One day it came to pass that his nation called
this prince, and soon afterwards saluted, him by a
title more august. Tho prince on leaving England
did not forget the house of the amiable lady where
he had enjoyed such warm-hearted, as well as ele?
gant hospitality ; and at whose board he partook
of the last meal, prior to returning from exile to
his native country. He was on the point of calling
her to his court, when, by a mere accident, he dis?
covered thai tins charming creature, this brilliant
countrywoman, his very dear friend, been in
the pay of the preceding government^ ; receiving a
regular stipend, in return for which she daily fur?
nished a minute report of every thing, ho (the
prince,) did or said, while at her house.
Soon after this piece of base treachery came to
bis knowledge, he received a letter from the lady,
asking his permission to come to Court, when he
wrote-"That he should always remember the
happy hours he had spent at her house;: but. that
for reasons best known to herself, he could not
consent to receive her at Court; but asked her to
accept at bis hands an income, the same in
amount as what she had received from the preced?
ing government; but that he should not require
(rom her any reports or observations, such as she
formerly furnished concerning him."
This noble revenge needs no comment. It calls
io mind the beautiful reply of Lours TTTT : "The
Sing of France does not revenge the insults given
x> the Duke of Orleans."
[As a curi?os observation upon the present style
>f French writing, we would state here that in the
iriginal, the foregoing story is divided off into
Obstructing tile Sidewalks.
Messrs. Editora Daily News:
We, like many others doing business on Meet
ng street, were very politely informed, a few days
go, by Mr. LACOSTE, Street Contractor, that he
lad orders from the municipal authorities to have
he siga-board removed from the front of our
loora, assigning no reason for the same, but lear
ag us to infer their removal was based upon the
apposition that they obstructed the sidewalk.
Now, we do not wish, Messrs. Editors, to be
joked upon as fault-finders, but do think "that it
3 a bad rule which does not work both ways," as
3r instance: If the merchants of Meeting and
layne streets are compelled to submit to verbal
rdera emanating from the city authorities, and
amove their* "sign-boards," why not make the
?me applicable to the merchants alone East Bay
ad elsewnmo v ?* prootOI weanjuBucTf?Tffi?
lercnants along Meeting and Hayne streets, we
eg ' o say, that having occasion to go to the Bank
ad Custom House yesterday, we noticed on our
>ay down .East Bay many places in the front of
rbolsale grocery and commission houses where
he entire sidewalk was blocked up by barrets,
oxes,-bags, &e., and in one particular instance "to
uch an extent as to render it absolutely necessa
y to gp off the sidewalk in order to pass by. Our
usiness having been finished, we again returned
he same way, and found the sidewalk in the same
ondition. In the face of this information, would
t not be as-well for the city authorities to extend
heir orders there, also, and make the rule as
lin ding upon them as well as us; knowing, as we
o, that we pay the same taxes to the city as they
.o, and feel ourselves entitled to the same privi
3gea as accorded to others ? TAX PAYEES.
A Sharp Definition*
If anything were needed to illustrate the evil
ondition of Spain, the recent address issued by
he 'Evolutionary Junta" of Madrid supples
he want. A sharper indictment of royal iniquity
han the following passage has rarely. been ex
"We saw savage courts-martial singling out hun
[reds of victims for sacrifice; we saw a woman-i
ady, forsooth 1 looking on impassively, perhaps
vith pleasure, as the victims, went a dozen at a
ime lo the scaffold 1 " Then, too, we beheld an.ab
ect Cortea bartering away to the party in power
ill individual security, all civil liberty, all the for
junes of the commonwealth. We beheld the press
shamefully gagged-the government thus free to
ict without check or Inhdrance. We beheld the
?untry stripped of even its remnant of privileges,
he government of the provinces handed over to
rapacious "ii"irlftrina and san granary generals; tri?
bunals, for purposes of injustice and legal murder,
established everywhere; lists of the proscribed
reaching to every class; citizens arrested by thou?
sands: the rich mulcted in extraordinary and
Torced contributions; the poor sent off to die in
Fernando Po or the Philippines, under the pre?
tence of idleness or vagrancy; the illustrious of the
3tate condemned to death; the laws made in sol?
emn Cortes set aside by simple royal decree; the
resources of the country wasted in obscure and
ruinous loan contracts; the hearth of the citizen
violated; in short, there : were trodden under foot
on all sideB and on every occasion, ' virtue, right
and property; our families and our labor; every
propriety, every principle, every duty.
Then follows a clause concerning the Queen :,
"And, while all this was going on, yonder in
Zaranz, and here in Madrid, Queen Isabella .did
nought but plot factions combinations against
Italy, our sister, and European law, oar birth?
right, in the interests of the Court of Borne, the
plague spot on our country's history; else was
looking on with careless smile as her pachas in
Cuba, by their traitorous complicity in the slave
trade, their violence and their covetousness, were
outraging the moral sense of both old and new
world, and drawing upon ourselves the ill will of
the great and illustrious republic of the United
States. AU this we beheld subsequently to the ill
omened day of 22d June last."
The Junta proceeds to put some questions :
"Must we endure such things longer? Are we
to deem ourselves completely degraded? Has it
to be 8tated as a fact that we are, alas I unworthy
of possessing one single privilege, one shred of
freedom ? Are we doomed to be forever incapable
of taking our turn with the most illustrious na?
tions of The Europe in'whioh we live, in their long
exercised right of dismissing and punishing those
sovereigns who are found unworthy of exercising
the exalted magistry which the people have en?
trusted to their keeping ? Has our country to be
eternally stupefied by ignorance, and servility, and
starvation ? Are these things to endure ? The
revolutionary Junta of Madrid thinks not."
The Government of Spain has repressed the pre?
liminary outbreaks with a cruel hand; but the
spirit of revolution is not yet subdued.
KECONSTBTUCTION is not confined to one section,
but is progressing bravely in other States. Florida
Buffered considerably during the war from various
raids, and property was damaged to a large ex?
tent. The Fernandina and Gulf Bailroad was torn
j np and a large portion of it" rendered useless, but
the Company are now earnestly endeavoring to re
[ pair the injuries, and anticipate to have it in com?
plete running order at an early day. The Courier
I says : <?
Tho steamer Dictator brought dows on Sunday
; last nome twenty carpenters oom New York, who
are engaged to work for the Bailroad Company,
i and who are now at work in its service-the Com
I pany intending to erect quite a number of build?
ings at an early day.
The Order of the Lion, of Baden, richly set with
diamonds, was recently sent to Count BTBWATWK,
who returned it with tho remark that the stones j
were fake. This led to an investigation which is !
now going on, from which lt appears that this fraud !
has been carried on for some time, so that a num?
ber of decorated individuals have paste instead of
diamonds. Two gentlemen who had pawned their
Orders have now had them returned to them by
the pawnbrokers on account of the imitation
CHARLESTON, S. C
THE ATTITUDE OF THE PRESIDENT-RUMORS CON?
CERNING THE CABINET, SC.
Tho correspondent of the Baltimore Gazette,
witing from Washington Sunday, says :
Tho city is full of contradictory rumors. It was
positively assorted yesterday, by members of Con?
gress, that the President had evinced a willingness
to compromise with his enemies. I have boon
informed, on the other hand, hy a member who
conversed with him no longer ago than Fr'day
last, that he then unreservedly declared his deter?
mination to adhere to the logical consequences of
his opinions and policy, as heretofore promulged
ann acted upon, under any and all- circumstances,
and Forney, who doubtless has access to tho secrets
of tho Cabinet, explicitly states in his paper this
morning that "at a Cabinet meeting held on Friday
the subject of the compromise between the acting
President and Congress was brought up and dis?
cussed. Tho neting President utterly repudiated
the overtures proposed by the conciliatory mem?
bers of Congress, and affirmed his determination
to stand by his policy as already enunciated, to
Nevertheless there can be no doubt that several
members of the cabinet have recently given un
mistable evidence of a disposition to conciliate tho
Radical fanatics. I have it from ^undoubted au?
thority that the Secretary of the Treasury has
avowed his determination to be governed in his
appointments hereafter by the recommendations
of members representing the districts in which the
applicants are located. He was in vain reminded
that such a policy must sacrifice the Conservative
friends of the Administration-that tho Senate
would thus be emboldened to confirm only. their
Such rumors and facts have begotten others.
The report is rife that Cabinet changes are immi?
nent-that Welles and Reward are to get tickets of
leave-that Adams is to be transferred from Lon?
don to the State Department-that Randall is to
take the place of Welles and Greeley his-and so
forth ; all of which rumors I ?rive for what they are
north; only remarking that in the present muddle
my one haB the perfect privilege to be a doubting
rhomas on the one hand, or a believing Peter on
?he other, without in the least having his sagacity
rightfully called in question.
The correspondent of the Baltimore Sun writes
if the SHERMAN Bill:
Tho talk to-day in all circles has been nothing
jut this bill, its fate in the House and with the
?rosident. Persons high in authority assert that
he President will sign it, and others who are pro
>ably as well qualified to know, say that he will not.
'.t is asserted that the House will not be content to
Lccept it without tacking on some amendments.
It is now reported that the Louisiana bill will not
>e acted on in the Senate, as it is considered that |
ho bill passed this morning covers the whole sub- |
A UNITED STATES OFFICER COMMITS SUICIDE.
On Monday morning the early risers at the Bal- I
Eird House were shocked at the announcement
hat a servant hod found a man dead in room No.
17. Several of the employees and other inmates
if the hotel, on hearing the announcement, re
laired immediately to the room, and there upon I
, bod, sure enough, lay a man dead, whom they
liscovered from the mark upon his clothes was
.lieutenant Arthur H. Newlin, 21st regiment United I
ttates infantry. .
Various were the conjectures .at first as to the
ause of his daath; but it was not long, however,
efore nearly every one present came to the con- .
basion that he had committed suicide while under |
tie influence of liquor by taking poison. That
hoy were right in their conjecture will be seen 1
rom the facts elicited from the testimony given t
efore the coroner's jury. Tfia pockets were <
marched, but no papers of any kind were found 1
pon him; in fact ne had nothing except a pocket I
He has been on duty with his command for some
me past at City Point, but his habits had become
> bad that his superior officers found themselves
impelled to prefer charges against him. He was
:coraingly summoned to Bichmond, to be tried be?
ne a court martial, to convene in this city on the
?th of February, and, in reply to a summons, came
i Richmond on Thursday last, taking rooms at the
It was noticed by all who saw him on Sunday that ?
3 was drinking very hard, and this he continued ]
i do up to the time he retired to his room. Who
in imagino a sadder fate than to die such a death,
r from home and friends, among strangers ? To
roid a trial before a commission of his fellows
3 has, by own act, transferred his case to a higher
ibunal, and may the Judge of all who knows the
ailty of men and the uncontrollable power of
u?an appetite, temper his "findings" with E
Lieutenant Newlin was a native of Philadelphia, E
mnsylvania, whore bi? parents now reside, and
the time of his decease was onlv twenty years
age. He was not a graduate of West Point, but
ceived his appointment from civil ufe last
sbruary. One of his brothers is now. United J. t
maniswin." bo taken to-day to Philadelphia ?5r 1 p
tennent, and will be attended by the usual mili- it
ry escort.-Richmond Whig, 19th. [c
If it is the ordinance of Fate that this grea
immonwealth shall be swept away by the accurs
L flood of madness and malignity that now surges
rainst her, the historian who records her fate will
serve his loftiest flight for the chapter which
tall close tho eventful story. Not in the annals
1 that wild adventure, which on the 13th of May,
ro hundred and sixty vears ago, planted within I
ar borders the first English settlement on the I
intinont; not in the long and chequered record of j
sr colonial history; not ia her exalted devotion to
vii liberty; not in her unequalled contributions to
ie independence of the colonies; not in her un- '
>proached labors in founding the government;
it in her unmatched share in its glorious admin
tration; not in her unselfish heroism on a distant I
lrder when peace was first broken; not in her I
ilf-sacrificing labors to prevent the disruption of
ie Union ; not in the knightly gallantry with !
bich she bared her breast to receive the shaft
unched at her weaker sisters: not in the wreath
; honor won on every field in the late war; not in
ie memory of her matchless heroes dead, and the
tustrious but unfortunate living-in none of these
iges, rich with the immortal glory of her chil
ren, will he find so grand a theme for eulogrium,
i in the record of the sublime majesty with which I
i-day she receives the stabs of her assassins
lose assassins her children 1
For, let us remember that it was through "?he i
inevoCence of Virginia"as a Kentucky conven
on affirmed on the 18th of December, 1789, that
lat great State arose from the insignificance and
?pendenco of a Virginia colony. Let us raman- '
er that it was, likewise, through the benevolence
-the royal munificence of Virginia-that, eight
ears before, she made a free gift to the Union of
lat vast empire now containing eight minions of
auls-tho Northwestern Territory-reserving to
erself no rights or privileges that she did not in
?ims stipulate should be as freely and fully en
>yed by all; and yet with generous forethought
laking one condition for posterity (how it reads
i these dayl):
"Provided that the States so formed (out of the
[orthwestern Territory) shall be distinct BepubLi
an States, AND ADMITTED MEMBERS OF THE FEDE
AL UNION, HAVING THE SAME RIGHTS OF 80V
?BEIGNTY (1). FBEEDOM AND INDEPEN
)ENCE AS THE OTHER STATES."
Thus it was that Virginia guarded the rights of
nother generation, and secured in the very gray
.awn of the Union, equality for the coming people I
f Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and their Bister Com?
monwealths. And yet Kentucky will stand idly by |
rhfle her benevolent mother is stricken to the
arth, and the Wades, and Ashleys, and Went?
worths, and Julians, and Colfaxes, and Howards
epresentatives of that vast domain whieh Virginia
ielded to make the Union jfreat-are running a
Lellish race of infamy to determine which shall
trike the fiercest, blow, and wound in the most !
Almost everything that she loves and prizes,
rhether of person or of right, has been torn from
1er. Her territory has been parted among her
sxecutioners ; every sentiment has been shocked,
?very sensibility wounded, and she, who gave more
o the Union^did mote for the Union, more ad
ran ced the Union, more honored the Union, than
tay-almost than all-her sisters is delivered fer j
?he crime of fighting as her Washington did, for
ne right which her Henry asserted and her Jeffer
?m? recorded of sslf-^over?msnt tc - r-bble Hifi^
with blood and rapine, to be outraged and de?
stroyed at their pleasure.
And' yet, the world hears no weak repining
Even of her physical suffering, the absolute want
af her people, she has so little to say that in dis- !
pensing charity, in the distribution of food to the I
needy, the beneficent hand passes over Virginia,
ignorant of necessities which she proudly con
Deals, to scatter the blessing on sister States,
trhose needs are no greater than her own.
Asd if shs r-fV^A so nV.inis ca the world for |
sympathy, as little does she attempt by servility
to propitiate her assassins. Exhausted with
blows, trampled under brutal feet, the knife enter
ing her heart, her murderers offer her life and ?
liberty if she will dishonor her children, and her
reply is a fonder embrace and a firmer defiance.
Nor does she forget in these, perhaps, her dying
hours, the least of her duties. To-day, while her
executioners are divided only by disputes as to the 1
speediest and surest method of destroying ber,
her representatives are bending their energies in
this Capital to devise some method, at whatever '
of endurable cost to her people, by which to dis?
charge her obligations to those who, in the day
of her prosperity, placed their means at her dis?
posal. Ground down by taxation, imposed ex?
clusively for the benefit of those who are attempt- [
ing her destruction, selling her heir-looms to pay !
the imposts of her oppressors, and standing on
the edge of h?r political grave, she is canvassing 1
every expedient, considering every proposal, and
accenting any sacrifice that can be borne, in order
that'she may leave to history an honorable name
-the repute of duty fully discharged. If one
generous impulse, or noble sentiment, or exalted
emotion pervaded the breast of the Northern peo?
ple, this spectacle would abash thom into st toast
the affectation of justice, but they are mad-as
mad, sad with the same madness that inspired the
demons who slaughtered, with beastly indignity
the lovely Louise >le Lambaue, because, as the
historian tells us, "she refused to take the oath"
-the madness of unbridled passion, of unchecked
success. In this, the hour of her most dangerous
gloom, her children may borrow some consolation
from the future, in contemplating tho certain ver?
dict of history, which will record her persecutors
as it commemorates those who rioted in tho best
blood of France-only with smswmwmt and exe?
cration; and which will mark her grave with a
j monument to Constitutional liberty in America
liberty which was born of her strength and died
. with nor extinction,-;Rjc/twK>rc? Examiner, /v,?'.
!., THURSDAY MORNING
WO BK UNTO "REBELS."
Some time ago a few yoong people in Borne, Ga.,
got up for their entertainment a series of tableaux,
and in one of the scenes-we believe over a burial
scone-the Confederate flag was introduced. .Seve?
ral young men connected with, the affair were ar?
rested for this act of "disloyalty," and wero hold in
prison until the case was referred to General
TnoiiAS, Commanding the Department at Louis?
ville, Ky. The- General, although he is a Vir?
ginian, can't help the effect of association, and
thus delivers himself, through his ' adjutant,
J against the "stuck up" society and disloyalty of
tho South. We do not. suppose that this awful
epistle will fill the Southerners with muoh regret
for what they have done and are doing-but they
will most likely remember Mr. THOMAS, who some
day may be reduced to the level of us poor devils
who can't wear shoulder-straps. The letter, as
will be seen, is addressed to CHAS. H. SIOTH (BILL
j ASP) and others.
HEADQ'ES DEPARTMENT or THE TENNESSEE, 1
OFFICE ASSISTANT Arxrtrr ANT-GENERAL, . . ? c ?
LOUISVILLE, Kr., February 9.1867. )
Charlea JET. Smith, Mayor of the City of Borne, Qa.,
James C. Pemberton, Member of the City Coun?
cil, Some, and others, J.;
GENTLEMEN: The Major-General commanding the
department directs me to acknowledge the receipt
of your communication ofJ?ie 25th ult., addressed
to Brevet Maj. General Bans TUlson, commanding
sub-district of Georgia, giving statement of facts
and circumstances which ekused the arrest of cer?
tain parties of Borne, Gee .-?t?a, for being concerned
in the display of the flag oj .the late Southern Con?
federacy'in that city, and nsking that justice may'
be done and the praoners&eleaaed.
In your letter you state ?hat no disrespect was
intended to the United States Government by the
exhibition ot the Confederate flag, and the "par?
ties who displayed it hav* accepted in good faith
the present status of affairs, and do acknowledge
the jurisdiction of the United States Govern?
ment," etc. - . .
If that is the casa, it can only .be supposed,
presuming that they possess ordinary intelligence,
that they misunderstood) the present status of
affairs which is-that the rebellion has been des?
cribed to be a hugo icriifte, embodying all the
crimes of the decalogue, abd that it has been con?
quered and disarmed, and ?that its very name and
emblems are hateful to the people of the United
States, and he must indeed ho obtuse who expects,
without offence, to parade before the eyes of loyal
people that which they execrate, and their abhor?
rence of which they have expressed ; in the most
emphatic language in which it is possible fora
great nation to utter its sentiments.
It is pretended by certain newspapers that, be?
cause so order bad been issued from these head?
quarters, that the "flag of the Confederacy" was
not to Bee the light, the citizens were not warned
that it would be a treasonable act. . This excuse is
too puerile to answer, and unworthy of a school
boy even. The young men arrested, as well as:
other citizens of the South, know well enough
what is right and what is wrong in such matters,
without waiting to be guided by orders specially
warning and prohibiting displays honoring trea?
son, and of course condemning loyalty. Were
they so stupid as not to possess such innato sense
of propriety, the order from these headquarters
forbidding a rebel glorification over the remains
of the rebel Brigadier-General Hanson should
have been a sufficient warning that such perform
mces would not be tolerated.
The sole cause of this and Bimi! ar offences hes in
the fact that certain oitizens of Borne, and a por?
tion of the people of the States lately in rebellion,
lo not, and have aiot, accepted the situation, and
hat is that the late civil war was a rebellion, and -
lia tory will so record vt. Those engaged in it are and
nil be pronounced rebels. Bebeilioa implies trea-.
ion, and treason is a crime, and a heinous one, too,
md deserving of punishment; and that traitors
lave not been punished, ia owing to the
nagnanimity of the conquerors. With too
nany of the people of the South the late
?v? war is called a revolution. Bebels are
tailed "Confederates-," loyalists1) to the whole
sountry are called ."d-d Yankees and traitoi ,?
aid over the whola great (Time.jcith its accursed
?cord of slaughtered heroes, patriote, -murdered
?cause of their true love of od mi try, widowed
rives and orphaned children, and prisoners of war
lain, and snob horrors as find no parallel in the
tis tory of the world, you are trying to throw the
;loss of respectability, and thrusting with con
umely and derision from your society the men and
romen who would not join hands with you in the
rork of ruining vour country. Evexvwhero in the
(tates lately in rebellion treason ia. respectable and
syalty odious. This the people of the United
.tates, who ended the rebellion and saved the
ountry, will not permit, and all attempts to main?
ain this unnatural order ?of things will be wet
ritt decided disapproval. ?
As, however, it is pretended by the friends of
he rd ti ziuis aastemt*A that^tSu^jx^r^sm imwma*.*-**
i udah ed traitors to glory in their shames and
?aunt the symbol of their crime in tho face of the
ountry, they will be released from confinement,
rt th the understanding that no act of treason will
ie passed unnoticed when detected, and may they,
nd others who think like them, profit by the les
on they have received.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
(Signed) WM. D. WHIPPLE,
Brevet Major General U. 8. A.,
Assistant Adjutant General.
c THE INDEPENDENT FIRE ENGINE REJUVENATED.
ibis engine, which was so seriously injured do?
ing the burning of Columbia, has, through the
lerseverance of our old friend and life-long fire
nan, Lewis Levy, Esq., and other members of the
ompany, been thoroughly overhauled, repainted,
epaired, and, after a tnaL has not "been found
ranting." To the skill and workmanship of the
allowing citizens are the community Indebted for
he renovation of the machine:-Iron and brass
vork-Mr. B. Tozer; painting and omament
ng-Mr. james Milne; polishing box, etc.-M. B.
This engine was built for the company in 1858,
ry Messrs. Button & Blake, of Waterford, New
fork, at a cost of $3,000, which amount was con
ributed by our citizens.
In April, 1859, the "Independent," accepting an
nvitation from the "Eagle," visited Charleston,
md participated in the Mayor's Parade and trial of
mgines, and took the premium, contending
kgainst fourteen first-class engines, built by va?
rious makers. In May, I860, at the Firemen'!
Tournament in Columbia, the "Independents'
?vere again successful. On the never-to-be-for
jotten 17th of February, 1865, this engine passed
hrongh a fiery ordeal-the firemen being com?
pelled to abandon it at the crossing of Washington
md Sumter streets, where it was exposed to the
terrible heat from the burning of several large
wooden buildings, and the next day presented a
a ad appearance-scorched, blistered and apparent?
ly "played out," the extended hose looking like
Oie discarded skin of an immense serpent.
The rejuvenated m achine has been temporarily
housed in Mr. A. Palmer's new building, on Main
THE FniEMEH.-The officers and members of the
"Young America".Fire Company have displayed
great energy in their organization, and are de?
termined to parade on Thursday afternoon, the
21st inst., in full uniform, when they will show their
machine to all its advantages by walking, running
and spouting it. After which ttey will imbibe
lager from a barrel presented by Messrs. Brigg
man & McNamara. Butch. Irish and Americans
are expected to indulge. At night, they expect to
smoke a few segara, elect new officers, and
"They won't go home till morning.
When daylight doth appear."
GONE TO Hrs HOME.-We are pained to announce
the death, in this city, on Sunday last, of Mr. Wm. ]
G. Shackelford, a gentleman well and favorably
known to the commercial circles of this and other
cities. The deceased was a young gentleman of I
much promise, and his early demise will be deeply
regretted by his large number of friends. For
some tune previous to his death he was connected
with the ecmrn'.ssien house cf Chapman & Bucker,
of this city. Peace to his manes.-Atlanta Intelli?
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-Hr. B. ri. W??ford, sheriff
of this county, met with a painful accident some
days ago, which resulted in the breaking of one of
his legs. It was caused by his horse becoming
refractory white entering a gate, and forcing bis
leg so violently against a post as to produce the
DESTRUCTION OF THE BRIG T. W. ROWLAND BY
FIBS.-The brig T. W. Bowiand, Captain Berry,
which was cleared by Messrs. E. E. Hertz & Co..
with a careo of lumber, and sailed from - this port
on the 3d instant for Carthagena, was discovered
to be on fire about ll o'clock the samo night.
Everything that might possibly tend to suppress
the names was done by the crew, who worked un- ,
ceasing!/ during the whole night without avafl, as I
the fire had got complete control of the ship, and
it was with the greatest difficulty and the narrow?
est escape with their lives that the Captain and
crew managed to gain the small boats, and after
remaining in them about three hours, were fortu?
nately fallen in with by the schooner Catharine
Heyer, Captain Poland, from this port to New
York, who took them on board and safely landed
them in New York on Monday, the 11th inst. We
glean the above facts from the New York Herald of
the 12th inst.
The Bowiand had a cargo ci pitch pine lumber,
j belonging to the Spanish Government, which was
fully covered by insurance in London.
MELANCHOLY OOOUBBENCE.-We learn that a
misunderstanding occurred between Ur. J. W.
Lockwood and Mr. John Solomons, residing in the
vicinity cf Pike Creek, Barnwell District, South
Carolina, in tho early part of the week, which un?
happily resulted in the death of the former.
afr. Lockwood was shot in the house of Mr. E.
W. Bose by Mr. Solomona, and died from the
effects of the 'wound three days after. .
Both gentlemen were of nigh social position,
and tho sad event is deeply regretted by the com?
munity in which they Uvea.
Mr. Solomons was arrested and lodged in the
jail at Walterboro'.-Savannah News.
GKOBOIA CTTSZES.-A r.nnor on-the streets (says
the Macon Telegraph) that our evening oontem?
porary, the Georgia Citizen, is about to be remov?
ed to Americus, is confirmed by the Sumter Bo
publican ot yesterday, which congratulates the
> ditor of toe former, journal on his prospective
change of base, and welcomes hin to his new
theatre of labor. We trust tho Doctor win find the
chango both pleaswat Aud profitable.
, FEBRUARY 21, 1867.
Ai the residence of the bride's mother, on the 20th ul?
timo, by Rev. M. H. MEYERS, Mr. SOL. ZEMAN8KY and
OLVINE HERSOHFELD, aU of this city. No cards.
THE REMAINS of Mrs. MABIE DOLINE AVEUHE
will bo interned at St. Msjy's Church, Basel street, Thit
Morning, st half-past Nine (9) o'clock, at which hour a
Solemn Requiem of High Mass will be celebrated.
The Relatives, Friends and Acquaintance* of tho family,
j and those of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. O'CONNOB, are invited
to attend. February 21
ea- OFFICE SAVANNAH AND CHABLESTON
RAILROAD COMPANY, No. 28 BROAD STREET,
CHABLESTON, February 20, 1867.-Shippers of Freight
over this Road aro again respectfully informed that the
Depot foot of Mill street Is open, and ready to RECEIVE
FREIGHT DAILY from 7 o'clock A. M. un till 4 o'clock
M. After that hour lt mu not be received. Ihe '
Freight Agent will enforce this regulation.
JOHN S. RYAN,
February 21 1 General Superintendent
BS" NOTICE.-NO DEBTS CONTRACTED BY j
any of the Crew of the Norwegian bark Deodola will be I
paid by Captain or Ageni. B. T. WALTER.
February 21_ 3
XS- '".ONSIGNEES FEB STEAMER CARLOT
TA, i New York, are hereby notified that she is Thu I
Day uischarging cargo st Brown & Co.'s Wharf. All 1
goods remaining on the Wharf after sunset, uncalled for,
will be stored at their risk and expense.
February 21 2 STREET BROTHERS & CO.
?5- NOTICE TO CREDITORS_JOHN BO- i
NOM having executed to me A SEED OF ASSIGNMENT
of his property for tho benefit of his creditors, the credi
tors of the said JOHN BONUM are hereby called to- !
ge thor to meet on Monday, the 25 th of February instant,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at the residence of the undersigned,
No. 59 St Philip street, in order to proceed to tho ap?
pointment of their agent or agents to confer with the !
Assignee. c. C. BOWEN.
February 19 3?
JO" NOTICE.-THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF
TEACHERS of the Publie Schools in the City or Charles ?
ton, will be held on Monday, the 25th inst
Applications can be left with the Secretary or the Board,
at the Normal School, No. 3 St Philip street
By order of the Board.
? E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
Secretary Commissioners Free Schools.
! nar THE HEALING POOL AND HOUSE OF
MEE CY.-HOWARD ASSOCIATION REPORTS, for
Young Men. on the CRIME OF SOLITUDE, and the
ERRORS, ABUSES and DISEASES which destroy the
manly powers, and create impediments to MARRIAGE,
with sore means of relief. Sent in sealed letter en?
velopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J. SKXLLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 16 3mo
?-WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a candidate for Sheriff of
Charleston (Judicial) District, at the next election.
JO-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COLLE
rON DISTRICT-BY B. ALLAN WILLIS, ESQ., ORDI?
NARY.-Whereas, H. STOKES, Commissioner in Equity,
made suit to me to grant him Letters of Administration
rf the derelict estate and effects of JESSE JONES,
rh ese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and s?ngu
lar the kindred and creditors of the said JESSE JOKES,
ste of CoBeton District, deceased, that they be and ap?
pear before me, in the Court of Ordinary, to be held at
RslteTbaro' on the uh of March next, after publication
lereof, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause, if
my they save, why the said Administration should not
Given under my hand this 21st day of January, Anno
Jomini 1887. B. ALLAN WILLIS, O. C. D.
; January 24 tho
?3-HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
tENEWER has proved itself to be the most perfect pre?
paration for the hair ?v?r offered to the public.
It ls a vegetable compound, and contains no injurious
EE WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from faning out
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lustrous
?A tiaat-u ---- - -
No person, old or young, should fail to use it
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
JOS- Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
nd take no other. R- P. HALL b CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all Druggists. Wholesale by
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING AND CASSTDEY,
March 1 thly* Charleston, S. C.
JO-ARTIFICIAL EYES_ARTIFICIAL HU?
IAN KYES made to order and inserted by Dra. F.
JAUCH and P. GOUGLEMANN (formerly employed by
IOXSSONXX-U, of Parla), No. 599 Broadway, New York.
KT BEAUTIFUL HATE.-CHEVALIER'S
_FE FOB THE' HATE positively restore? gray hair to
ts original color and youthful beanty; imparts life and
itrength to the weakest hair; stops its falling out at
mee; keeps the head clean; is unparalleled aa a hair
tressing. Sold by all Druggists and fashionable hair
iressers, and at my office, No. 1123 Broadway, New
fork. BA-RA1T A. CHEVALIER, M. D.
DOWTE & MOISE,
No. 151 Meeting street.
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 4 _3m os
JO- BAT CH EL O B'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID ~*TH DYE is the beet in the world. The
only true and perfect Dye-harmless, reliable, instan?
taneous. No disappointment No ridiculous tints.
Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ul effects of Bad 1
Dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful.
The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor. All others !
are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, No. 81 Hardey
street, New York.
JO- BEWABE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
JO-AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYES !
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine.
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
E. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. USO Broadway. New York.
([jrNOTICE TO MABJNERS.-C APT AINS I
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vessels in Ashley
River, are requested not to do so anywhere within direct
range of the heads of the SAVANNAH RAILROAD j
WHARVES, on the Charleston and St Andrews side i "
the Ashley River; by which precaution, contact with the j
Submarine Telegraph Cable wfll be avoided.
S. a TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 0, I860.
JO" THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK.
CHARLESTON, a C., January 38,1887.-The Board of
Directors have determined to increase the capital of this I
Stock can be had on application to
January 29_tain H. G. LOPER, Cashier.
JO* MAGIC INK (PATENTED).-WILL j
write in all colors and shades ont of one bottle, and with
one ink ; ls unsurpassed for fancy and ornamental
writings. Price, ?1 a box, free by mail. The trade sup-j
pited. Address G. De CORDOVA,
No. 62 Winiam street, New York.
December 27 * thstu2mo
E. F. CHAPEAU,
' (J. & T. S. HEFFRON, SUPERINTENDENTS,)
FIRE CAPS, BELTS, ETC.,
AND IMPOBTE2 OT
* AT McKENSTE'S OLD STAND,
Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
January 24 _?tnthSmoa
NEW YORK M h iM MECO.,
I ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAB WHEEL BOXES,
I MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DEWT?;
Works at Worcester, Mass.
I OFFICE AND WASHROOM, No. 323 PEARL ST.,
1 nsw YORK.
S . JE sr X IN S,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF
TIMBER AND LUMBER,
OFFICE ATE.M. BRODIE'S,
West end of Broad Street,
January 22 tat_2moa Charleston. & C.
XS- INFORMATION WANTED OF HIS
whereabouts, if living, or the place of bi? interment, if
dead, of ETPLEY E. B. HAMETT, Privato Co. H.. 27th
8. C. Volunteers, Hagood's Brigade, Hoke"? Division,
who waa sent to ono of the Hospitals in cr near 'Wilming?
ton, in the early part of February, 1?65. and about whom
nothing since has been heard. Private HJUHETT was 29
years of age, tall and sparc, complexion fair, but burnt
and freck)od; hair black, grey eves, brown moustache
black eyebrows, and Une shaped boan. He wore upon
his person a large English silver watch, when last seen,
and was suffering from dysentery. Any information
relativo to bim will be gratefully appreciated by his af?
flicted mother, ANNA B. H AME TT,
Charleston, S. C.
tS~ Charleston and Wilmington and others papers
will please pass this round. 1* February 21
OS- INFORMATION WANTED OF E. W.
SCHLOBOM, who was in the Charleston Jail, as prison?
er, previous to the evacuation. Any one knowing his
whereabouts would oblige his wife by letting her know,
at Savannah. Qa. MAEY H. SCHLOBOM.
February 21 2*
as- CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-THE BARK
TECUMSEH has been entered under the Five Day Act,
and her cargo will be discharged at Vanderhorst Wharf
doods not permitted will be sent to Custom House Stores.
February 19 6 BAVENEL fe CO.
ter NO DEBTS CONTRACTED BY ANY OF
the Crew of the British Bark TECUMSEH will be
paid by Captain or Consignee. BAVENEL & CO.
February 19 3
XS- CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-THE BARK
GLADSTONE has been entered under the Five Day Act,
and her cargo will be discharged at Boyce 4 Co.'s
Wharf. Goods not permitted will be sent to the Custom
House Stores. RAYENEL fe CO.
February 19 6
?3TNO DEBTS CONTRACTED BT ANY OF
the crew of the Norwegian bark GLADSTONE will be
paid by Captain or Consignee. BAVENEL fe CO.
February 19 3
Kfrv FOR LTVERPOOL.-TUE Al NOS
J^?O WEGIAN bork DEODOTA, MABCUSSEK Master,
I fRtSt^jg having a part of her cargo engaged, win
~--- have quick dispatch. For Freight engage?
ments, apply to B. T. WALKES,
February 21 Boyce fe Co.'s Wharf.
FOR SEW TORE.-MERCHANTS'
J LINE_The schooner LILLY, Francis master,
t wants 160 boles Cotton to fill up. Freight ta
? kan at unprecedented low rates, and sail at
.x-i- FOR GENESIS, BOYD'S AMD AB*
?V JACENT LANDINGS.-The sloop ISABELLA,
Z__1V^ Cuthbert Master, will receive Freight as above,
' m iat Vonderhorst'8 Wharf.
February 20 2*
A.-?>v FOR PHILADELPHIA-THE FIXE
?a Brig MABIA WHITE, loading with timber, will
Z^K^fthave dispatch. Will receive small Freight cheap
?a ?m., for stowage. Apply to R. M. BUTLER,
February 19_North Atlantic Wharf.
tjy FOR BOSTON.-THE BRIG ROL. |
TOyLEasoy. Captain Scott, having a large portion
?JsHSyof her cargo engaged and going on board, will
mr, ',"1-be promptly dispatched for the above port. For
freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS fe CO.,
February 19_No. 74 East Bay.
RXTv- FOB SEW YORK-THE FTRST
JsQgjO CLASS schooner VIRGINIA PRICE, Captain i
iJagrey Hopkins, will have dispatch for the above port,
iJ-Tir <.?For freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS A CO.,
February 19 No. 7* East Bay.
FOR NORTHEDISTO AND ROCK
'PH V. STKA~KfTTR
W- "W- PEAZIEE,
CAPT. JOS. F. TORBENT,
11/ILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF AS ABOVE, ON
VT Friday, February 22d, at 8 o'clock A. M.
No way freight or way passengers received.
: AR Freight must be paid on the wharf. Apply u>
FOB citEisat TT,
LSD INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
FEE DEE RIVER,
THE LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEAMER
:F> m. ANTER,
CAPTAIN JOHN FERGUSON,
I ?TILL BECTIVE FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODATION
VV WHARF, This Day, the 19th instant, and leave with
N.B. AD. Alight must be prepaid. No freight received
fter sunset. Ber freight engagements, apply to
FERGUSON tc HOLMES,
February 19 Accommodation Wharf.
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
riTHE SPLENDnrFTRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
X of this line leave New York every Saturday, from
Pier No. 47 North River.
Ship. Tons. Commander.
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge.
Steerage Passage Tickets to bring persons from Liver
pool or Queenstown tor 835, currency, can be obtained mi i
Through passage to Pads, London, Antwerp, Ham?
burg, Bremen, &c, at low rates. _
BA3Q8 OT PASSAGE, PAYABLE IN ODBSXKCT.
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 $30.
September 1 tnthalyr No. 74 EastBay.^) j
GR?ESER, LES, SMITE & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO It TB ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, & C.
C. A. GRAESER.
G. W. LEE, of Sumter. A. SYDNEY SMITH.
CHARLES SPENCER, of Bishopvflle.
January 1 tnths3m08
USE THIS, LADIES, AND NO OTHER,
With your PASTRY have no bother;
At every grocers you can get it.
Try a box and ne'er regret it.
This YEAST POWDER il used by all first-class Hotels
and Restaurants through the conn toy, and is finding its
way toto every household where good Yeast Powder is
appreciated, samples free. Every box warran tod to
?ave satisfaction or money refunded. Manufactured by
TAYLOR tc YOUNG, No. 186 Front street. New York.
WorsalOby ' GBUBEB tc MARTIN,
jraraatony Na28?Kmg street
HENRY BISCHOFF tc CO.,
No. VTt East Bay,
W. 8. CORWIN 6 00.,
No. 259 King street.
BOWIE fe MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET.
Opposite Charleston HotaL
January 34 hatuffmo
S. A. LAMBERT,
s COMMISSION MERCHANT.
I SOUTHERN ABD NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED OM
Office of John P. NewMrk,
j Nb 137 READE-STREET, CORNER RUDSON,
_ NEW YORK.
, Mr EXXON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
AB orders sent will bo promptly attended
Ito. 6mo* Deoemb?S??
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
FOR NEW YORK.
st?4-*ra~~ THE FINE STEAMSHIP CARLOTTA,
^aKwfiR CAPTAIN CHARLES COLLINS, will
??^lW?\)3.?V/'~ leavo Brown fe Co.'s South Wharf on
?J: .A-i**?-. Saturday, tho 23d Inst., at - o'clock P.
For Freight or Passage Engagements ?aaving elegant
Cabin accommodations), apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
February 20 _No. Ti East Bay.
FOR NORTH EDISTO AND ROCK
E VER Y TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
THE SPLENDID STEAM PACKET
Cfi PTAIN W. F. ADAIR,
TT/TXL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF, AS ABOVE,
? V on Friday Morning, 22d instant, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Edisto Saturday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
All Freight payable hare, and no Way Freight or Pas?
sengers taken. Freight received dally and stored free of
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
, , ONE OF THE FAVORITE AND ELE
j** GANT STEAMSHIPS_
? QUAKER CIT If, J SARAGOSSA.
-ANDALUSIA, | 'GRANADA,
Will leave Adger's South Wharf evory Saturday.
The steamship ANDALUSIA will leave Adger's Wharf
on Saturday, February 23d, at 10 o'clock A. M.
February 18 RAVEN EL A CO.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.'
rOUCHTHG AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
DULLS, ANS LASDINGS ON THE WAC
CAMAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
TEAMER FANNIE.Capt. ISAAC DAVIS
M/ILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Y V TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THURSDAY
nd SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored free of charge.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON it HOLMES, Agents,
January 3_- Accommodation Wharf.
TI A SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MARYS, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER A3
FAR AS PA TATRA.
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
nrrii-L LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
rf every Wednetday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely
jaarFreH} h t received daily and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at the of.
:e of JOHN MAHONEY, JB.. ?8 East Bay,
November 13_Above Craig, Tnomey & Co's.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
n__ x DUI.Captain W. T. MCNELTY.
earner ELIZA HANCOX_Captara. J. K. RTCBABDSOS.
? EAVE ACCOMMODATION WgARF. CHARLESTON.
The PILOT BOX leaves Charleston overr Monday>n?
riday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELIZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes
L y and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri
The Pilot Boy will touch, at Blufften on her Monday
ip from Charleston, and her Wednesday trip from Se?
Freight received dally and stored free of charge,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. O.
CLAGHORN & CONINGHAM, Agents
N. B.-The Steamers of this Line conn not at Charleston
Uh South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
wannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
lerida steamers. January 2
1000 TONS BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB,
Hf ILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVERY
Vt FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office of
J. D. AIKEN fe CO., Agents.
January1S_Snath Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PALATBA, FLA.,
?ERN ANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
-* SAVANNAH, OA?
THS NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUTS M. COXETTEB,
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
SHIP win sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf, overs
Friday Night, at IG o'clock, for the above places.
All freight must be paid here by shipper*:
Gangs of Negroes w;U be tiken to the above points on
the St John's River at CS each. Children under tea
years of age free. Horses and Mules at reduced raies,
.OS-Country papers advertising .the DICTATOR" wlD
please discontinue their notices and send account to tha
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or toma
Agency, South Atlantic Wnitr._January 16
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR PROM
B TT ? OPE,
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALS?
SPLENDID WATT. STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and iron?.
Great Reduction in Fare to
GATJFORNIA AND ATJSTBALIA.
DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNT on Groat Britain an?
Ireland at the very lowest rates. _ . . ? _
Passengers, on arrival in New York, wai have th tr?
bsisnure remored Free, and every car? bestowed on them.
For Passago, fee., apply to M. M. QUINN,
Mo. 6*7 King street, Chaxioaton, ti. X
February 27_ ijr
F. C. BARBER & SON,
T?7TLL BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION AND FOE
VV ord era, SPECIE, BANK NOTES, BONDS, STOCKS
AND COUPONS, and nm maka COLLECTIONS at any
point within tho auto, tetbaSaoa January 1