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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
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IiOKDOS, Match 0-Noon.-Console 91. Bonds 74.
LIVERPOOL, March 6"-Noon.-Middling Uplands
131 d. Tho market easier. Sales 7000 bales. Man?
chester advicos unfavorable.
WASHINGTON, March ".-SENATE.-The Chairmen
of tho different Senate Committees are aa follows :
On Foreign Relations, SUHNES ; on Finance, SHEE?
HAN ; on Commerce, CHANDLER ; on Appropria?
tions, MORRELL ; on Manufactures, SPBAOCE ; on.
Agriculture, CAMERON ; on Military, WILSON ; '.on'
Naval Affairs, CRIMES ; on the Judiciary; TBUM
?uxx ; on Bensions, VAN 'WINSLE ; on Territories,
YATES ; on the Pacific Byroad, HOWARD ;. ofi Pos?
tal Affairs, RAMSEY ; on Landa, POMEBOY; On Pxi
vate Land Claims,-; on Indian Affairs, HEN?
DERSON ; on Claims, HOWE ; on Patents, WILEY.
Tho following Bills were introduced and re?
To construct the California Railroad, and one j
directing tho sale of all public property at Har?
A Constitutional Amendment, forbidding States
to abridge their rights on account of color.
To build a military road from Galveston to Fort
To reorganize the civil governments of the
The Senate then went into Executive session,
HOUSE_In the House JNO. HOGAN, of Missouri,
contesta PILES' seat. KELLT, of Pennsylvania, in?
troduced a resolution directing the Judiciary Com?
mittee to report a bill declaring who shall call a
convention to reorganize the Southern States and
to provide for the registration~of voters, &c., ?tc,
which was passed. A resolution -was passed di?
recting the Judiciary Committee to pursue the im?
A bill ceding Alexandria, Va., to the' District of
WASHINGTON, March 7-The Republican caucus
was stormy. The extreme impeachers were de?
feated, and the investigation recommitted to the
Judiciary Committee. A resolution to meet every
three days until the impeachment was ready was
defeated. A resolution to adjourn on Monday to
May 8th; wa6 adopted.
The tone of the caucus indicates that an un?
doubted attempt will be made to impeach thc
Ii is authoritatively stated that SHERMAN, MEADE,
HANCOCK, MCDOWELL and SCHOFIELD will epsom and
the Southern Districts.
The Secretary of the Treasury decides that wool
now bonded is not subject to the increased tarim
The Agricultural Department will distribute, on
maU applications from the Gulf States, long staple
Egyptian cotton seed.
The headquarters of the Georgia Bureau has
been removed from Savannah to Macon.
General IV ewe.
CHATTANOOGA, March 7.-There has been four
days rain, and the country is flooded; bridges
washed away, and communication interrupted with
the North and East.
DEATH JOF BISHOP BOTTLE.
Bishop SOULE died at Nashville.on the 6th, aged
eighty-eight years. He was the oldest Methodist
Bishop in tho United States.
MEMPHIS, March 7.-The new Metropolitan Po?
lice Bill, which passed its second reading yester?
day, creates intense excitement. The citizens
protest boldly, and the Avalanche denes BROWN?
BOSTON, March 7_The Methodist Episcopal
Church, on Temple street, was damaged by fire
to the amount of $15,000.
NEW YOBS, March 7.-Columbia county* elected
fourteen Republican and six Democratic mem?
bers. The last Boord stood 10 and 10.
BlCHMoxD, March 7.-Tho Senato passed a Bill
to call a Convention on the second Monday in May,
by a voie of 25 to 4. "
Domestic M cr leets.
The Stock market is excited. Virginias 54a58;
5-20's, of 'C2 coupons, 109}al09J. Gold opened at
85, but declined to 33$. Cotton dull at 3Q&. Ster?
ling, 60 days, 108J. Sight 109L
Flour quiet. Sales 4000 bbls., at unchanged
quotations. Wheat quiet and heavy. Corn dull
and declining. Beef quiet. Pork firm. Lard
dull at 12al3c. Whiskey quiet
Stocks excited and stronger ; Five-twenties of
'62 coupons, 109J. Gold 34}: Money 7. Ex?
Cotton dull and declining ; sales 4000 bales, at 30
for Middling Uplands. Flour dull. Corn declined
la2o. Pork steady ; the market otherwise steady
Freights by steam to liverpool, $all-16d.
NEW OE LEANS, March 7_Cotton-sales 2000
bales; market unsettled and lower; Low Middling
28?a29c, and nominal; receipts 222S. Sugar-fair
13Jo. Molasses-prime to choioe 75c. Flour-su?
perfine $10 75al0 87. Gold 84. Sterling 44Ja45?.
New York Sight i discount.
CINCINNATI, March 7_Flour-Trade brands
$11 50@13 50, quiet and steady. Cotton' doll and
nominal; Middling Uplands 27. Whiskey in good
domand at 26. Mess Pork, no demand, at $20 75.
Bacon Shoulders 9?; Bibbed Sides 10$.
' State Items.
The Newberry Eerald, of the 6th, in speaking of
sale day says :
SALE DAV.-A few sales were effected by the Com?
missioner and Sheriff; bidders were scarce and
money supposed to bo ditto. Side sales of smaller
mattet s attracted some attention, and 'unconsid?
ered trifles' changed hands readily, as requiring
but little of the "ready." The attendance on this
occasion was large and respectable.
There was no property offered for sale by the
Commissioner in Equity on Monday. The sales of
the Sheriff were postponed, by agreement of the
parties interested. We are glad to believe that
this comp, i ance with the request of debtors evinces
- an honorable disposition on the part of creditors
to refrain from pressing their claims when not
forced to it by necessity.-Abbeville Satiner. *
FZBAX OF LIGHTNING-NARROW ESCAPE_On
Tuesday night, while the storm then prevailing
was at ita highest pitch, the lightning struck the
' bouse of Mr. Edwin J. Scott, entering jost above a
window, and completely pulverizing seventy-two
panes of glass. The lightning ran around the
room; blackening the walls, knocking over table?,
&c, tearing off the boarding between the room and
passage, and extmguishing the lights. Mrs. Scott
and her servant were sitting in the room winch'
the unwelcome visitor entered, and had a narrow
escape from death, ore of the boards which 'had '
been ripped off striking her on the head, produc?
ing a slight contusion. The other members of the
family were unsettled by tho shock, and, as one of
them expressed it, "thought they were- blown
np."-.PAcente. ' . ' .. V- .
SALS DAT AT ORANGEBTTEG.-Tba following sales
of property is reported in the Orangebnrg News of
The following are tho Sheriffs sales :-145 acres '
- - tate lands of J; W. Tindal, brought ?120; 190
es estate lands of'J. W. Martin, brought 820;
134 acres estate lands of C. Crider, brought $134:
60 sticks .timbir; belonging to D. C. Rowe, brought
- Among the Commissioner's sales, the following
are some of the prices obtained :
Estate of William Riley: 124 acres brought $175;
' 114 acres brought $800; 148 acres brought $200; 100
aerea brought $450. Estate of John R. Walker:
. 257 acres brought $257: 500 aerea brought $1700.
Estate Mary Hyera;-80G acres brought $800; 68T
. acres brought $465; 100 acres brought $495.
The people of Carroll ton promise a subscription
of $150,000 to the Savannah, Griffin and North Ala?
bama Railroad,-provided the road from Newnan to
that placo is put under contract at ?Hice;
The Madison News reporta the small pox on the
increaso in that .city and spreading in tho sur?
rounding country. . '
The Columbus papers say that ? the proceeds
from the solo of articles contributed to the Tombo?
la for tho benefit of the Davis family, amounts to
between three and four thousand dollars, all cf
which would be immediately forwarded to Mr e.
pavia. This is a result highly honorable to the
ladies of Columbus. -
Tho Atlanta Intelligencer gives notice of a ?M?l
to be given by the Turn-Veroin Association of that
city, on the 13th inst., whore tho exercises will be
of a novel and interesting character, combining
dancing and gymnaaKc perioroanoes. 7 .. .^ . ' -
Theeame paper mentions that aa?tchgame of
? ball will comethe lair grounds; bet^tr?eVflie
v.. Atlantic and Gate City Clubs,
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g- ? A torriblo accident occurred in the woods in Wis
* cousin, by which a man was thrown eitrhtv fa?t ?
Sj into the air. The man killed; was .^tanduts' on a
5 balance tree to see another tree comte down when
k*>," tree, in ita falling course, struck tho other end
feC- Vie tree on which the man- was ?Unuing and
/ :" Tomoudous weight of it, coming oil tho sprln<t
.., throw him lilto a shot into tho air.
REY. JOSHUA SOCLE, ?>. D.
SENIOB BISHOP OF TEE METHODIST i EPISCOPAL
The telegraph informs us of the death of this
venerable man of God. Tho future historian of
American Methodism will find few names possess?
ing a higher rank of authority and influence.
They will find none more deserving -of extended
notice. Through the changes of half a century
?nd amidst the most exciting and eventful periods
of tho history of the church, his influence has
been felt, his opinions hara boon quoted, his pre?
sence and authority Lavo been eagerly looked to.
JOSHUA SOOXB was born in Bristol, Hancock
County, Massachusetts,-in the Territory after?
wards composing the State of Maine. Tn 1793,
under the preaching of Kov. JESSE LEE, he was
brought under religious influences, and in Juno,
1797, he was. made a partaker of precious faith in
CHSTST. He soon after felt oallod to the work of
tho Ministry, and in 1798. when only seventeen
years of age, he accompanied the Presiding Elder
of that District in his rounds as an Exhorter. At
tho ensuing Conference held in tho city of New
York June 19th, 1799, he was admitted aa a
preacher into the itinerant ranks. During 1801-2
'3 he labored in Massachusetts. In 1801 he was
appointed Presiding Elder-though brit twenty
three years of age, and held that offico for twelve
years,-except in 1812, when he filled the Pas?
torate at Lynn, Mass,
At the General Conference of 1808, Mr. SOULE
gave evidence of those great legislative abilities
which gave him such prominence in tho Church.
During this session provision was made for a dele?
gated General Conference. The whole subject was
confided to s committee composed of two mem?
bers from each Conference, they committed it to a
sub-committee of three, of which JOSHUA SOULE
was Chairman. The report presented hy him is
tho constitution of the ..Church to this day. Thus
this man, ere he reached his twenty-seventh year,
'jave to Methodism all it hos ever claimed to pos- |
sess of a written constatation.- $ ; _ \ ^
"Tn 1816 Mr.' SOuxE was'elected editor of the 1
Methodist Magazine. In this - post he continued
until 1820. In that year Mr.. SOULE was elected [
Bishop, but as the General Conference that elected
bim had, as he conceived, violated tho Constitu?
tion of the Church in making tho office of Pre?
siding Elder elective,he declined consecration, and |
resigned. ' His action, with the protest of Bishop I
MOKKKDB.EE, caused the General Conference to
pause in their action. They agreed to suspend the
operation of the law for four years, and in 1824: he
was again elected Bishop, and regularly consecra- I
ted, the offensive law having been indefinitely sus?
In 1842, by appointment of the General Confer- I
enco, he visited England as the accredited repre?
sentative to the Mother Church. The proceedings
of the General Conference of 1844 resulted in the
division of American Methodism into two distinct
ecclesiastical bodies. Bishop SOULE did his ut?
most to prevent this division. History will award
him the credit of a zeal and devotion for the peace?
able adjustment of the difficulty, though all in
vain-and when the majority pressed their uncon?
stitutional tyranny to tho attempt to virtually ox- j
pel a Bishop from his.offico without presentment
of crime, or trial by jury, for accidental connec?
tion ..with, slavery, he hesitated not. a mo-.j
mont to ' tear ' himself from association with
his native Gection, and to identify himself J
with the Southern' Church; , He settled near
Nashville which'was his residence up to the period
of his death. .
Bishop SOULE was tau, erect and well formed in
person, dignified in his bearing, and grave-but
agreeable in deportment, in social intercourse he
was always pleasant sud instructive. In the pul?
pit he. was calm and deliberate in manner,'logical
in reasoning, clear in exposition of doctrine and
singularly Impressive in delivery. His services
were generally elaborate without figurative illus?
trations, or flights of imagination, and if they did j
not please the fancy of the thoughtless, always
axoitod tho attention aaA profound intereat of the |
reflecting. - - . ..
Tn his official administration and Christian char?
acter he was above suspicion. Ho was mild Trith
out being weak, firm but not severe, dignified hut J
not aust?re, and desicivo without presumption.
His life, like a well-spent day, drew calmly t6 a 1
close, and although the telegram makes no men?
tion of tho .particulars of his death, doubtless in !
death he possessed that peace which long hod
been his heritage whilo living, j , ' " ' .
The citizens of the different Eistriots, -wishing
to take some action in regard to tho state of" the
country, have held meetings at their eeveral Court
Houses, to ' d?vise some plan for the relief of tho
people in reference to .tho indebtedness of the j
State. On last Monday, large meetings were held
at Newberry and Sumter Districts. 1 In tho former
District the Hon. BOBEBT MOOSHAM was called to
the Chair, the meeting addressed by Messrs. H.
SUMKEK. J. M. CALVES and A. C. GABLTKOTON, and
the following resolutions adopted, and ordered to
be forwarded to the Gwernor: "
Resolved, unanimously That the decisions of thc
Court of Errors, in relation to measures which
had been' enacted for the relief of the people, and
the failure of the Legislature to adopt other mea- j
sures to meet tho exigencies of the times, show
that the people must Took to other sources for re- .
lief, and io that end it is the solemn duty of the
Governor to convene, at an early dav, the Legisla?
ture, with the view of (miling a Convention of the
people to take the present alarming condition of
affairs into consideration, .and adopt snob mea?
sures os the urgent necessities of the case de?
2. That, in the opinion of this meeting, all mem- j
hers of the Legislature who are unwilling to refer
the question, what shall be done for the xelief of
the people, to a.convention, should resign their
seats and let others take their places, who may be
appointed by the people. - --?,
3. That if the Governor, should fail to convene
the Legislature for the purpose above indicated,
or if the Legislature, when convened, should fail to
call a convention, then it will be our duty to invite
the people of other districts of this ?.tate to join
us in holding a convention and to take such steps
as may be deemed proper and practicable to save
the State from the o vils that threaten them in re?
gard to the indebtedness of, the country. -. .
In Sumter District the mooting was organized,
.and E. H. KUNSEDV called to the. Chair. A'nnmbor
of prominent gentlemen addressed the meeting,
among whom were Hon. J. N. FBIEBSOH, A. A- GIL?
BERT, J. :S BICHAEDSON, Jr., and E. H.-KEsitEnjr.
After a preamble, which set forth the want and
distress prevalent in the country, and the nega?
tive action of the Legislature in its behalf, it was
Resolved, That it is left, af the pr osent, to the
people and to the people alone, to epeik and to
.act, and to adopt and pursue such course as in
their wisdom and humanity shall be doomed beat
calculated to mitigate present, evils and stay toe
j threatening tide of destruction.
. Resolved, That we cannot bot regard recent de?
cisions cf the Court of Errors, and the failure of
the Legislature to enact other means of relief for
the people, as unfortunate-in their effects tending
to produce demoralization and injury to the public
morals, greatly to he deprecated, and sacrifice of
?roporty and distress, which must touch everv
Resoived, That the pressure of debt, at this un?
fortunate juncture, con but bo disastrous to the
interests and energies of the country, and indis
crimina to suing and sale of property by the Sheriff
no less than destructive of public morals, inhumane
Resolved, That mutual forbearance, ? compro?
miso and conciliation, shall now' be practiced by
evy one, and that we most earnestly appeal to
our fellow-citizens, of all classes, at home-and
throughout the State, to remember tho condition
of our country, and stay their hands from inflict
deeper ii?ury and distress. . ...
fter considerable 'discussion,-on motion tit- A.
A. Gilbert, further consideration of the report of
the Committee was postponed until Sales Day in
April next, and a Committee of two, consisting af
A. A. Gilbert and Bev. Thos. B. English, was ap?
pointed to prepare and publish an address upon
the subject under consideration to the people.
I Oa motion, the meeting adjourned until Safes Day
j in April next.' .' v .'. s. F. ? ? "..
"Storaw* show which way. the wjnd blows ;w :birt
when the voice of the people is heard, it indicates
a current of popular opinion that it would prove a
difficult matter to stem.:; Tho toot popitli doctrine
baa not exploded, and our legislators may yet re?
pent their failure to arrive at. some plan'for the
j relief bf thbpe?p?e. l'? ?.?1 ,,'?. ,r?
Letters from Damascus announce the' arrival
there of the great annual ewa-van, from Bagdad,
consisting of 2500 camels: one-half of which were
laden wita, toambek (tbs tobacco which is used for
nargilis), whilo the, remainder carriod tho travel
lera.-This year the desert is reported to haye been
perfectly quiet; no attwnpt has been made to mo?
lest any traveller, and the'earavan passed without
enoonip,teiing^uay;dilBcnjt^t fj \ " ?
The C?Tjomencoment of"on?B^Medicsl Conej^ bl
Virginia, ot Bichmond,.camo off Dn Tuoiiday nighi
last- Diplomas woro ctrafflrrod.upon twonjy grad?
uates, all of Virginia. Pro?ssor DAVID H. TUCJCEB,
of tbo Faculty, daliverod ?ti admirablo address on
the1 ooeaeioc m advocacy of ?c-^t^n Ikiucation,
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
THE ASSEMBLING OF THE FORTIETH CONGRESS.
The Capitol was thronged on Saturday with visi?
tors, anxious to witness the organization of the
Fortieth Congress. Following upon .the passage
of a resolution admitting ?adios to the Soor, there
was such a rush "of the brilliantly dressed fair sex
to tho members' seats that the ball assumed a de?
cidedly flower garden-isb.. appearance. There was
a general buzz of interest in regard to tho where?
abouts of Hon. John Morrissey. That famous in?
dividual occupied a seat near tho front, on the De?
mocratic Bide; he was genteely dressed, perspired
quite freely, and was kept busy mopping his face
with a huge white pocket handkerchief. Fernan?
do Wood and Spoonoy Butler were pres?nt in their
seats, and wero subjects of inquiry. .
After his re-election as Speaker, Colfax delivered
a brief address, thanking ' the members for the
honor, and referred to the acts of the Thirty-ninth
Congress, which he said "hod made it immortal,
for its key-note had been protection to the down?
trodden.'' The Speaker made a slight mistake
h<- should have said its acts have made it infamous
for its key-noto had been oppression of the down?
. : In the Senats, vice-President Foster, in making
his farewell address Monday morning, and retiring
from the chair, was affected to tears. Hon. Ben?
jamin F. Wade succeeds him, as has already been
stated. On taking his seat he merely retuned his
thanks to tho Senate for the honor conferred.
- The National InleOigencer, referring to the first
day's proceedings of the Fortieth Congress, says :
"By formal vote, tho rules of the House were
suspended for one week. As if the minority are
not sufficiently in the power of the majority, the
latter hos virtually declared that there is to be no
parhamenlory law bnt the will of the majority.
Tho revolutionary doctrine of the . Chronicle, that
the will of the majority is to oveiride the law, thus
gets a practical assertion on the very first day of
tho Fortieth Congress. H that spirit is to mark
its deliberations, now many of that vast concourse
will be enabled to be called freemen ere it has run
its race ?"
PROTEST OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON. ?
In the House on Monday, shortly after the or?
ganization of the Fortieth Congress, the . Speaker
announced that the President bad signed the
Army Appropri?t ion Bill, but had done BO under a
pros est, which was rend?as follows:
To the ?louse of Representatives:
The act entitled "an act making appropriation
for the support of the army for the year ending
Juno 30, 1 sus, and for other purposes,'' contains
provisions to which I must coll attention. These
provisions aro contained in the second section,
which in TOrtain coses deprives tho President of
bis constitutional functions as commander-in-chief
it tho army, un dor tho sixth section, denying to
Statos of tho Union the constitutional right to
protect themselves in any emergenoy by means of
their own militia.
Th eso provisions are out of place in an appro?
priation act. I am compelled to defeat the neces?
sary appropriation if I withhold my Signature from
the biD. Pressed by this circumstance X feel con?
strained to return the bill with? my signature, but
to accompany it with my protest against the sec?
tion which I have indicated.
THE BANKRUPT BILL SIGNED.
The President has signed the bill establishing a
uniform system of bankruptcy. This1 bill is now a
law, and will take effect at once. The " Intelli?
gencer" thinks the enactment will be hailed with
great gratification throughout the country, and
especially in those States where ?re yet to bo found
the wrecks of tho financial disasters of 1857, as
well as those necessarily attending the late war.
It is understood that this low sweeps away al]
State insolvent laws and stay laws, and laws of im?
prisonment for debt.
THE FLAG OF OUR UNION.
Tho Washington Republican says there wat
once a flag of tho Union; but now ten of the "pre?
tended S ates" have been converted into five mili?
tary districts, and it is not au easy matter to-daj
to define tho flog which Congress would recognizi
as tho emblem of our Government.
"Data," of the Baltimore Sun, sav-s :
Private information received here gives th<
assurance that .the Southern people will at once
accept tho situation, and select delegates to forn
a convention, in pursuance of tho military govern
ment bill. A delegation from Virginia have beet
here, and consulted leading men on the subject
They also called on the President and raade Imo wi
their purposes, '.ihey learned from li. John soi
that, so far. as the administration is concerned
the law will be executed to the letter.
PROTEST OF THE CONSERVATIVES.
The following is the protest of the Conservative
members of Congress against the organization oi
Monday, which the clerk saw fit to decline :
WheriwO] ?fa tntyotmxa Uj Uic i ecuru Ju?t irUMlO cnn
the following States, seventeen in number, are no
now represented upon the floor of this House, viz
The States of New Hampshire, Bhode Island, Con
necticut, Virginia, North Carolina, South .Carolina
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Ixraisiana
Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky, California and Nc
braska--States entitled by act of Congress c
March 4,1862, and subsequent acts, to represents
tionin Congress, as follows : New Hampshire, ?
Bhode Island, 2; Connecticut, 4; Virginia, 8; Nort
Carolina, 7; South Carolina, 4; Georgia, 7; Floride
1; Alabama, 6; Mississippi, 5; Louisiana, 5; Texas
4; Tennessee, 8?Kentucky, 9; California, 3; Arltai
sos, 8; Nebraska, 1; in all eighty Congression:
Districts, now unrepresented on the floor of th
And whereas, of these unrepresented State
seven sro of thc origin al?h irteen that, in 1787, mc
in Convention and created the Constitution of th
United States-New Hampshire, Bhode Islam
Connecticut, Virginia, North Carolina, South Can
lina and Georgia-a majority of the original
therefore, we, members elect of the Fortieth Coi
gress, do now enter our most solemn protei
against any and every action tending to the orgai
izationof tho House until the absent States 1
more fully represented.
[Signed by the foUowing Representatives :]
James Brooks, New York; A. J. Gloesbrenne
Pennsylvania; W. S. Holman, Indiana; J. "J
Hrrmphfey, New York;- W. E.'"Niblack, Indiana; 1
C. Kerr, Indiana; Charles A. Eldridge, Wisconsii
Stephen Tabor, New York; P. Van Trump, Obi
J). M. Van Auken, Pennsylvania; Lewis w. Ros
Illinois; S. S. Marshall, Illinois; Fernando Woo
New York; J; Lawrence Getz. Pennsylvania; "'S
E. Robinson, New York; Demos Barnes, New Xor
John Fox, New York; Albert G. Burr, Tllinoi
John Morrissey, New York; F. Stone, Marylan
George W. Mcrgan, Ohio: Charles Sitgreaves, Ni
Jersey; B. M. Boyer, Pennsylvania; H. McCi
lough, Maryland; Charles Denison, Pennsylvani
Stevenson Archer, Maryland; J. E. Noell, Misso
ri; W. Mungen. Ohio; Charles Haight, New Je
sey; John W. Chandler, New York; John V.
Pruyn, New York. - ,
- ; REFUSED TO BE SWORN VS.
? ' The Nebraska Senators refused to be sworn
as members of the Thirty-ninth Congress, for tl
reason that then* respective terms of service wot
be for two and'four years. By holding over ur
the Fortieth Congress meets, they draw for fe
and six yearn.
THE DEFUNCT CONGRESS. .
The Washington correspondent of the Baltimi
Gazette writes thus of the Thirty-ninth Congre
"For combined audacity, malignity, fan?ticas
and' ? total want of every essential ox statesm
ship, it stands unrivalled m all historic time,
moy have had an equal in the single quality of
naticism in the Bump Parliament of England, 1
that body hod the palliating virtue of honesty,
audacity and a malignant and ferocious pun
merely of prostrate opponents, it may .have b
rivalled by the National Assembly of France
Robespierre's time, but it was without the exe
of danger, and without the stimulus of patriotji
which, undoubtedly, actuated that frenzied asst
PRESIDENT JOHNSON AT THE CAPITOL.
President Johnson was ~at the capitol on Mon
engaged in signing bills until the adjournmen1
Congress. Ail bills of importance were sigi
The Army Appropriation Bill wasret-irned with
signature, but accompanied by a protest aga
.the second and sixth sections.
CATHOLIC REVIVAL' AT LAWRENCE.-The I
renee American says an extraordinary degree
interest prevails in- the Catholic Church in Cb
nut street in that city. Several priests from abi
have reinforced the labors of the stated ele
and services bad been held three times a day,'
a discourse at each, and there is a tremont
jam at all. The aisles, entries, stops, and e
place where a foothold can be had, -has been p
i ed with worshippers, and earnest-ones. ' The
? courses ore earnest appeals to tho hoarors tx
their whole duty os Catholic Christiane, am
times 'explanatory of (he doctrines sha rite
the church. The tea ?bing and exhortations
. having a visibK- effect. Tntsdday evening los
discourse' was delivered by the.Rev. Father.
soc, and though of an explanatory nature, wai
without interest to one not connected with
church. In the course of bia address ho demo
ed theatres, -dances, circuses, profanity and
pure conversation, with a severity that is sel
heard even from the sternest of Puritans,
enid that when Catholics indulged in Bach j
tices they left Jesus at the door, and Bought
company of the deviL ne'also denounced
drunkard, malo and female, and those who -e
^their time in grogshops, as having been fora
of Jesus.. .? ??? : ?? ? ""??''.'? ' - .'' :
lt ty., ? K 1 -. . * _
DEATH OF AN ?TOUBTA PBIMTEH--Simeon
" ford died in Chattanooga, Tenn., on ina 5th
marv, 1867. after an illness of eighteen dav
small-pox, .in -the 27th year of bis age;- Sh
served his apprenticeship in this office, and
over faithful w the chsoharge of bia duty, bo
apprentice and journeyman. As a soldier, ht
' equally faithful to all duties; and in the skir
.. hear Griswold ville he was so : severely wound
. to incapacitate him from panruing ' his legi ti
business. He? removed fe' Chattanooga aw
' yokrogOj ;where he engaged successfully it
corifeotionery.businesa, and had gathered ar
. bim his younger sisters ;*nar 'PToUierav to w
j since the death of their pav?ate, they had 1<
' 'for counsel and protection, and'whose lews to
is irreparable. By ? priT?i?l?tter?roitt m ire.
"of thedeoeesed,- ''wa'lstxa'th'at^^lgnMf
tahtp Peace fo ?ii*^
\ '; THE Indians in British Honduras stQl cos
troublesome -Xho English families had le)
> colony in snob numbessthat hardly enough *
remained to guard Belize in case of ail .?tia
t--"'':''" . . -'.'?'* '., - ? ?' ' .' ' S;
?-TBEA8UREE*S OFFICE, NORTHEASTERS
HAHiEOAD COMPANY,-CHARLESTON, 7th March,
1867.-The Interest Coupons of this Company, maturing
on 1st March 1867, .win be paid on presentation at thu
The Coupons due prior to that date will be funded ir
the Company's Certificates of Indebtedness, bearing
seven per cent, interest, payable semi-annually.
March 8 2 Treasurer N. E. B. B. Co.
>89"-UNION BANK SO. CA., CHARLESTON
23d February, 1867.-The Annual Election for Director!
of this Bank will be held on Wednesday, 18th Marci
proximo, at tho office of tho Bank, onEast Bay. -
H. D. ALEXANDER, Cashier.
February 23 Stuth8 wi
JW NOTICE TO CREDITORS.-OFFICE QI
MASTER IN EQUITY, 16TH JAJTOABT, 1867.-Fursuan
to the order of Chancellor LES ES NE, mado in the causi
of V?TTTSCHEN vf. CORDES, notice is hereby given U
the creditors of. HEBST WIXTBCIIEN, deceased, '? corni
in and provo before the undersigned, their demand
against the Estate of the said testator, on or before Qr,
16th day of March, 1867, or be debarred from any benefl
of the decree above made in the case.
January 18_18 ' Master in Equity.
aar NOTICE TO CREDITORS.-OFFICE Ol
MASTER TN EQUITY, 15th January, 1867.-Pursuant't
the order of Chancellor LESESNE, made in the cause c
Wittschen vs. Cordes, notice is hereby given to tho Crod
itors of HENEY WITTSCHEN, deceased, to come in an>
prove, before the undersigned, their demands againe
the Estate of tho ?aid Testator on or before the 16th da:
of March, 1867, or be debarred from any benefit of th
decree above made in the case.
January V> f9 . Master in Equity.
A3- CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, CHARLEE
TON.-The Members (colored) Of this Church were ref
ularly dismissed from the three White Baptist Churchs
of this City, to form a separate Church. . They are woi
shiping for tho present at Bonumfe Hall, John stree
between Meeting and King. They have purchased a lo
and are soliciting contributions to enable them to erect
House of Worship. '
They are believed to be pious and worthy persons, an
meir object is respectfully commended to all who hal
the ability and disposition to aid such enterprises. Th
following members of the said Church have been ?utho
ired to make collections : CHAULES SMALLS, THOMAS J
DAVIS, EDWABD HAIG, DAKIEL D. MCALTCN, JOHK BE
and SAMUEL STEWABD.
Charleston, S. 0., June 27, 1866.
Bev. LUCIUS CUTHBERT,
Pastor Citadel Square Ohurc
Bev. E. T. WINKLER,
Pastor United Chore
SSim, \ Deacon? CiMel Souar,
WILLIAM Gr. WHTLDEN,) Church.
January 4 fmwSmos
SST SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE.-WE PB?
POSE to furnish LABORERS of all classes for Faxme
Railroads, Shop, Carden, Store, Hotel or general Hom
Persons desiring employment will call at No. 5 Cann
near Hin.; street; and aH orders for Laborers will
promptly mel, and satisfactory reference given.
February 23 Imo _S. B. Hajji & CO
AS- BEAUTIFUL HAIR_rCHEYALLEI
LIFE FOB THE HATH positively restores gray hair
its original color aird youthful beauty; imparta life i
strength to the weakest hair; stops lia furling ont
anoe; keeps ' the head clean; is unparalleled as a h
dressing. Sold by all Druggists, and fashionable hi
dressers, and at my office. No. 1123 Broadway, S
Yolk. SARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. E
DOWTE & MOISE,
No. 151 Meeting street,
Opposite Charleston Hot?*
?-AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EY
mado new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medic!
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents. Addi
E. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. USO Broadway, New York.
November 9 ' ,
?-WE ABE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUN
E. M. vTHTTTNO, Esq.; aa a munjil ate for Sberil
Charleston (Judicial) District, at the next ejection.
September lo 'j..':'
mm xuumu.ua AU J.UAL AJMOUJAASCE COM!
NY.-CHARLESTON, February 27th, 3867.-A Di vid
Of. ONE DOLLAR PEE SHARE Will bo paid to the St
holden on and ofter this date, in partial liquidation i
Assets realized. Also a return of the Aasessmen
ONE DOLLAR PER SHARE, with interest, and the
Bessment Notes of U per Share, now held by the C
Stockholders win be required, to present their 8
By order of the Board of Directors.
rebrnary27- . ? ?? Secretary and Treasur
SS- NOTICE TO MARINERS.-C APT Al
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vesselsrin Ai
Elver, are requested not to do so anywhere within d
range of the heads of the SAVANNAH BaTT.B
WHARVES, on tho Charleston and St. Andrew's af
the Ashley River; by which precaution, contact wit]
Submarine Telegraph Cable wfll be avoided.
S. C. TORNEE, H.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February-6,186t
February 7_? _.-'
A3" THE HEALING POOL k$f> HOUSI
MEE CY.-HOWARD - ASSOCIATION REPORTS
Young Men, on the CRIME OF SOLITUDE, an
EBBOBS, ABUSES and DISEASES -which destro
manly powers, and create impediments to MARRI
with sure means of relief. Sent in. sealed lette
velones, free of ; charge. Address Dr. J. SKI
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, P
January 15 ... . . .' , . !
SO~ ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL
MAN EYES mada to order and inserted by Di
BAUCH and P. GCUGLEMANN (formerly employ
RoisaoHNXAO, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New Ye
April li_. ' - '_1
SO- BAT CHELO B'S HAIR DYE.
SPLENDID HATE DYE is the best in the world
only true and perfecf Dye-harmless, reliable, i
taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous
Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the iii effects
Byes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and bc;
The genuine is signed William. A. Batchelor. ' AU
are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sole
Druggists and Perfumers. Factory, No. 81 1
street, NewYork. _"._.?.j_?
. SUT BEWABE OF A CDTJNTEBEEIT.. - -,
DecomDeriO ; ? '. > . . lj> '- ?' -' J
Invigorate the Responsible 8a
. The stomach is the responsible organ of the i
If the digestion is imperfect, every member, ever;
every muscle, every nerve and fibre, is more or 1
of order. All tho fluids are depraved. The i
clouded.' The spirits are depressed. All dyspepti
this to be the truth.' it is not, however, half thi
Columns would, be requred j to enumerate the ps
penalties of dyspepsia, nor could any pen.?to w
tice. Tens of thousands/eel tkem; no roan can
theni. . "
Can they be prevented? Can they be relieve,
they be banished et euee and forever? ^USQUEST
THEY CAN. Ne dyspeptic has ever taken HOSTS
STOMACH BITTERS in vam. HeUevo no one 5
the complaint is incurable. This great vtgrtab?t
will eradicate lt-is eradicating it in thousands
over which medical practitioners have shaken.thi
ominously, saying: "Nothing can be donet'".:
Tho faculty has Its fallacies. Ono of them ls t
gestion is" the most difficult of aH the ordinary
of mankind to combat and subdue. This is a
Nothing can be easier than to conquer lt if the
cific bo admiTuatcrod. This vegetable combinati
bee become famous throughout the 'civilized.
BXT?TETTEB'S STOMACH BITTERS is an ai
tho disease which has never been known ito iafl,
itunately ii is everywhere procurable. If you wi
with the 'dyspepsia, try tho pharmacopoeia prest
If you want to roof? oaf. and prevent. ita rei
take the Sitters dafly. There is no d-.soount on
mony in ita favor. If there is a man or woman
ever tri?S it foi "noigestion without being tiene
fact baa not transpired. Universal; -snoot
praise avouches it? wonderful tonic virtues. F
DOWTE & atOISK, Druggi
' . Ho. 161 MEETING BTE
March* ^-6 : OppositeChsitestat
! MUTUAL AH> ?S80CIA.TI
HAVING ON HAND A ZABGE SUPPLY Ol
MADE CLOTHING, writable for Get?!
dies and Children, sad being desirous ?sf iiB
Stoat before the season advances too Ou-, sr* w
cially draw the attention of the public-to wards
tion which win be made io orur prue? for th*
or throe week? from dato. .'rr.*' ?
Apply at the ..?- _-,\ . DEPOSD
January 29 ~. . -. No. 17Chalmet
-5f?T^ 1*. LIVERFOOL_SOO BALES
|MjIJJkLerrON wanted to oompJeto the cargo of the
LJ??gSJ> Norwegian Bark GLADSTONE. For Freight
engagements, apply-to R. T. WALKES,
aiorc?8_Boyce & Co/a Wharf.
:fcFOR KEW ORLEANS_THE MISE
iE?k Schooner AMERICUS, having fonr-flfths of hor
4Jv^ycargo engaged, will load with dispatch for the
? ??above port. For Freight engagements apply to
" . " T. TUPPER i: SONS,
March 8_ Brown's Wharf.
ijf^ FOR BALTIMORE.-THE TX E W
JCQ. and elegant schooner DANIEL CHASE, Mitchell
wrrliV Master, having two-thirds of her cargo engaged
n u i M and going on board, will have dispatch foi' the
For Freight apply, to
-, . STEEET BBOTHEES & CO.,
March 8_ No. 71 East Bay.
t-^T?OK NEW YORK^-JIERCHAXTS'
/-?^A JJN^--The Regular Packet Schooner N. W.
ApigaSy SMITH, T>. A. Tooker master, having portion of
despatched'"7 ^bt eo?Dg on board. wUl be promptly
Forengogemente, apply to WILLIAM ROACH.
NEW YORK AND BREMES STEAMSHIP
THE FIRST-CLASS U. 8. MATT. STEAM8HL?
CHAS. HOYEB, Master,
Will leave Pier No. 46, N. R., on Saturday, April G, for
Southampton and Bremen, taking passengers to South?
ampton, London, Havre and Bremen, at the following
rates, payable In gold or its ?quivalent in currency :
First Cabin. $110; Second Cabin, $65; Steerage, $35.
From Bremen, Southampton ?nd Havro to New York,
First Cabul, ?110; Second Cabin, $75; Steerage, 843.
EXCURSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-First
Cabin, $210; Second Cabin, S1"<1; Steerage, $70.
To be followed by the BA Life, Capt A. Or. JONES,
FOBTHgB DETAMUJlEa FROM NEW TOOK :
May i. June 1, Juno 15, Juno 29, July 20.
For Freight or Passage apply to
V ISAAC TAYLOR, President,
February 27 ly_No. iO Broadway.
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF
AND INTE MK JOIATE LANDINGS ON THE
SAN TEE UIVER.
THE FINE STEAMER
"WTLL COMMENCE RECEIVING FREIGHT AT AT
T Y LANTIC .WHARF, on Saturday, 2d instant, and
leave with dispatch. For engagements apply to
" . . MOTTE A PRINGLE, Agent.
March i I South Atlantic Wharf.
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NOBTH AND SOUTH
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Ini
Sorter in RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
[anilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Duck and Twines,
Parcelling-Copper, Sheathing, Metal
and Zinc, Paints, Oils, Tar, Tallow,
Spirits Turpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c, &c. ?,
Personal and particular attention
given to purchase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE AND PRODUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Leroi's Patent-Life Sav?
ing Tackle and Boat Detaching 4P"
Earatus, for steamers, always on
and, and for sale a$rNew York
February 27 . .'
_ ?SSO FOR A MONTH I
TS THE TUNE THAT BARLOW, THE OLD QPERA
X TOR, is catering to, at the OLD STAR GALLERY,
S?TtSe am^oe* ??es^ispSggnS Vg&M SSr&gSS
LAIN PORTRAITS, of - which competition ls defied. Spe?
cimens can be seen, taken, from lifo, and small pictures
enlarged st the Gallery, southeast earner wing and Mar?
ket streets, Charleston. " February 21
HARRISON BARNET. MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pins, Tassels, Gimps, Loops, Cords, ic; White
abd Buff Hollands; No. 126 WILLIAM STREET, oe tween
Fulton and John streets, New York.
? Store and Offloe Shades made to order. .
December 24 mwfemo
LO ! ? l^A?LE.
Health the First Consideration.
AVOID HEAVY BREAD isiD ENJOY LIFE.
WHICH CAN BE DONE BY USING
THE PIONEER YEAST POWDER.
APERFECTLY PURE AND RELIABLE ARTICLE,
warranted to give satisfaction. TRY IT.
For sale at Wholesale by -
BOWIE & MOISE, Druggists,
Na 157 MEETING STREET.
Opposite Charleston HoEoL
FebrnrrylS . fmwlmo
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of JohnP. Newkirk, .
No 127 ?tE?DE-STREET^ CORNER TIUJDSQN,
t%W Agency for EXXON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. All orders sent will be promptly attended
to._Brno?_. . DscPit?berlS
: E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
"TT AS REMOVED HIS ?FFKJE FROM. CHALM ?R8
JR. street to Na CHURCH STREET, ons door
uortn ot Broao nrropt.' " y, ? AUSUOT SI.
yKFICE CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT, 1
' CHARLESTON, S. O.,'February 15,1867. I
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY TH?
undersigned until the 16 th of March, for furnishing
SIXTEEN HUNDRED FEET OF THREE-INCH DOUBLE
EXTRA OA'S TANNED LEATHER; DOUBLE COPPER
RIVETED FIRE HOSE, warranted to stand, onejiusdred
and ?nwjty-flve 'p?esda water prewijio to me square
mell, in fifty fe?i sections, at so much per" foot, and so
much for braes.butts per pair; batts to be New York
standards _- i'-'-.i ,- .'. .?"- ' ". ';.
Also lor. FOUR SETTS OF BEST-BUBBEK~SUCT?Ovfi,
in one length each, of twenty-one ic?t, with swivel brass
butts, and brass baskets,' 18 inches l?ng,,to BCT?OW on end
of suctions, at BO much per foot; baskets and butts extra. ,
Sizes of suctions and humber of threads to the inch for
the.butts will be furnished. V* M. H. NATHAN,
Februsryl5'. .. Imo Chief Fire Department. .
OFFICE OF - CHIEF OF DET?CTTVES*'
FEBRUARY 7,1867.-Recovered and now at thia"
office, - yards COTTON GOODS. Tb? owner ls re
uuastad to como forward and prOvfe property.
. - . : ' J.^CAMPKELU,
February 8- - : ". ~ '. :-:> ,. " Lieut, lncharga. :.
ELBS?, & BROWN,
fife , , ? MANUFACTURERS AND PATEOT
-?^ar_. . . EES Qf the celebrated COMBINATION
WHK?^3.OBADLE AND UADY TENDER, Pro
' yHHb9'?DLI?II Horses, sod sU kinds of Rook
.^EKSfGie? tog Horses, Invalid Chairs, with doable
i H^- ^ and. single .wheels; from VIS 'io'
^ld^fJ0,,^^e?'i?*no>:m? Y?rafchea wagon ?,
Fancy SuUdeeV Invalid Carriages, made to order? Fancy
mso?toorder! B*'W Beckers, Ac, 4o., life-size Horaeft.
': J?*P?t, No. 638 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. ?9,
450.451 and ttl? WEST STREET, Hew.Yort.- '
? October S6 ,., v . . J . . mstnlyr
D?YEGA. YO?Ne&)0o KJENElfc,
J?\--!? N?S. 59 ft?? 50 P^k ROW.'0?
IHAAO DAV^SA, J' '"' ' '"'j ' '? ~ '"' ' '
GEORGE B. YOUNG, i VXW YORK. -
.JQb. OTOH BUSINf Sd cf Hess?. BIRNEY, PRXR
SM* FLANDERS, we sr?ll attend w the ooato?oirw;
ps? flue and maturia? chums thron?h?nt th? Crme*
MM ard 0*usda. ?. - - > "^vT- .
LOMBARD & CO.,
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
People's Steamship Company.
. THE STEAMSHIP
EMISY B. SOUDER,
CAJ"J^|LTN B. W. LOCKWOOD.
st*sr**!*im WILL LEAVE NCBTH ATLANTIC
s#?f?&Tsti WHARF on Wednesday, March 6. at
?<?lm?i?j 3 o'clock F. M.
-?">.? 1 33*3- Line composed of Steamers "MO?
NERA" and "EMILY B. 80UDEB."
WILLIS A CHTSOLM,
March 4_mtuw_North Atlantic Wharf.
ICHAKIiESTOir STEAMSHIP LUE.
FOR NEW YORK.
st^sT-fX***!* THE NEW AND ELEGANT SLDE
i/i?SlP8rTEfi WHEEL STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN,
?C?^SM^S^ C?ptala CHARLES COLLINS, will leave
?-?? r*r- Adger's South Wharf on Saturday, tho
9th inst,, at 8 o'clock A. M.
This ship insures at the lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having superior cabin accom?
modations, apply to STREET BBOTHEBS A CU.,
March 2 _ No. 74 East Bay.
VIA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MARY'S. FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER A;
FAB AS PALATEA.
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVE NOBTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely
aS-Fr??7ht received daily and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at the ol
flce of JOHN MAHONEY. Ju., ?8 East Bay,
November 13_Above Craig, Tuomey & Co's.
1QOO TORS BIIKTHEBi,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB.
11/ILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVERY
VV FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight ox Passage, apply on board, or to office ol
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
january's S'.uth Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PALATEA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE, AND AT.T. THE
LANaWNGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
' 1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTEB.
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
SHIP will sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf, every
Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above places.
All freight must be paid here by shippers.
Ganga of >egroes w-Ube tikeu to the abo-e points on
tho St. John's Hiver at SS each. Chilton nnoor ten
yeats or age free. Horses and Mules at reduced rates.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to the
Agcncv, Scuth Atlantic Worn*. January's
Charleston and Savannah Steam
? ^ Packet Line.
VIA BEAOTOET AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MCNKLTT.
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX... .Captain J. K. BICHAEBSOS.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf; Savannah, Monday, Wednes?
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday at.,
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELIZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri?
The Pilot Boy will touch at Blufften on her Monday
trip from Charleston, arid her Wednesday trip from Sa?
-Freight received dally and stored free ot charge.
Freight ta all points except Savannah must be prepaid.
No Freight received after sunset.
. For Freight ar Passage, apply to
.FERGUSON tc HOLMES, Agents, '
Charleston, S. C.
. . CLAGHOBN ft CONINGHAM, Agents
? N. B.-The Steamers of this Lino connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
gyi"i?ffn Centraland Arh-myanrt QntfBalteoadsaad
gloria? steamer?. * _March 1
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, AUX? LANDINGS ON THE WAC
CAMAW AN? ElACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.VJ..-_..Capt. ISAAC DAVIB
"tlflLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
VV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored free of charge.
N; B. AH Freights must be prepaid. No Freight re?
ceived after sunset.
For Freight and Passage, "apply to
FERGUSON A HOLMES, Agents,
Marchi .-. < Aooommodsoon Wharl.
NO, 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
mi A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1H OTQGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
? .'. ' - ? Ateo,
A th? and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS,. BOOKS for Home
Amusements," ?c.. .
v. AB the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
, - DAILIES constantly: on hana, and subscriptions re*
ce tveu for tho same. \
Orders-from' the country are respectfully solicited.
TERM?LIBERAT.. ? ? : Hovembar8
, MVM. QUINN, :
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
'.'-'- '.'. ''-' ? . TN
JilT? STATION?RlT, ETC.,
. ~ '"iio'.- SVT STREET
' (Opposite Ann straet), .
'?D^?Xd'TXe&'tQJx^ C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Prosralwaysj^hand.
Subocriptions received and Good, delivered or ior
warded.by Mail or Express. ?-? . - ; v. - "
.- All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
?J^brnaryas " ? ?? ? g
ST??SB??GER & N?HN,
?JTOVS, CHXWA, SLATES AND SLATE
- rv. fisMciXJi. "
CSXBASBUBGER li NUHN,' FOB CED BY THE RAPID
JJ luwfjn of thair bTistrirsai sad their present icade
tzuato aocommodatioua. have .mads arrangements to re
move from No. 65 AialdOTi Lane- to the ertenfivo lofts of
No. 394 BROADWAY, near Canal street. New York, on
ta? 16th of March; offering there to buyers better in
(inoemcnts than over before. thstuBmoa February 29
G?n?ral ?oiraaission ?erehan^..
X J.VXUJU XIV iii V^-EJ-LN J. O.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Poatof?ce at Charleston, for the week
ending MARCH 7. 1807. and ordered to be printed
In THE DAILY NEWS, agreeably to the following section of
tho now Poa to ffico Law, as the newspaper haring tho
largest circulation in tho City of Charleston:
SECTION 5. And bo lt further enacted. That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Postoffice in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall bo printed,
shall hereafter bo published once only In the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, sholl have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of tho said
?g- Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should
state that they aro "Advertised."
DST* Offlco hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sundays,
from 9 o'clock to 10 o'clock A. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Acting Postmaster.
A <5 Bte
Aiken, Mary Goin, Mrs H McGraw, Eliza
Anderson, Cathe- Ge vins, Mrs M E beth
lin A McMillan, Miss A
Ancrum, Dr Mrs Gardner, Mary M
John H McNeil], Maggie
B Hay, Mary A N
Barton, Sarah Honsmann, Mrs S Nisbet, Eliziboth
Bally, Mrs C F O
Bamathesn. Julia Halcion, Moria O'Neill, Miss H
Barrette, Miss E A Harrison, Miss L Oleveto, Ane
Boylot, Miss E Hanahan, Mrs E P
Bennett, Mrs G A Heyward, Mrs G Polete, Chorlott
Berry, Mrs MT w Humeas Miss O
Benns, Mrs S A Haywood, Miss Pinckney, Miss E
Bligh, Bridget Howard, Miss J M
Blain, Miss L T Hill, Mrs L Pinckney. Miss C
Balten, Katy Hill, Miss L M R
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