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HO. 463._CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY" ll, 1867~ " mjrr* XITTTT*
Our Cattle Dispatches.
THE ENGLISH REFORM BILL.
LONDON, March 27.-The Reform Bill passed its
second roading without a dissenting voice. The
debate occurs on the 8th of April.
Tho Budget will be debated on the 4th of April.
LONDON, March 27-Noon.-Consuls 914. Bonds
LIVERPOOL, March 27-Noon,-Middling Up?
lands 13?al3jd. Sales 7000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, March 27-Evening.-Cotton closed
quiet. Middling Uplands lSJd; Orleans 13|d.
Sales 10,000 bales.
WASHINGTON, March 27_In the Senate the state?
ment of the Bank of Commerce that Senator 1 BO?
MAS, of Maryland, had withdrawn a large amount
of fund? from the bank for the purpose of discred?
iting the Federal bonds, was referred to the Judi?
A joint resolution devoting $50,000 to tho Freed?
men's Bureau fund, for the parp?se of purchasing
seeds for distribution in tho South, passed.
. A resolution forbidding any increase in the pric<\
but allowing tho Clerk of the House to designate
the Northern papers which shall publish tho laws,
treaties, &c, passed.
Tho Judiciary Committoe reported on the New
York Custom - House evidence, furnished by the
House,, that there, was nothing in it that in any
way implicated Senators DOOLITTLE or PATTERSON.
The Senate then adjourned.
In the House Mr. STEVENS .offered a r?solution
-that a- select; committee ?'fcc-"appointed tb
*m LTT) Tri P
into thc condition, liabilities, ?c., of tho Southern
The Senate. Bill appointing Commissioners to
bear the claimants sequestered by the Southern
debt, was tabled. .,
The Senate adjournment resolution was amended
to meet on the 1st Wednesday of Juno and Sep?
tember-yeas '.TC, Inays 51. Thia :yote' allows tho;
strength of the impeachers in the House.
A resolution adverso - to the foreign claims for
property destroyed by the-army during the war,
passed. " .''"..' ....
A protest against, the formation of.the dominion:
of Canada passed. ->
A resolution expressing sympathy with the peo?
ple of Ireland passed, and an amendment despar
aging the Fenian movement aa leading to useless
'bloodshed was rejected by a vote of yeas, 10;
A resolution declaring that Major SMTTHE, tiae
Collector of the port of New York ought to he re?
mo ved,and sending tho evidence in the case to the
President, was passed: " ~~
A resolution amending the wool tariff by strik?
ing out of the paragraph conmiencmg'iWebhings?'
the obnoxious words "mixed with silk," was passed.
1 : The-House adjourned to 12 M. to-morrow, which
defeats"the..pending..joint resolution- for ad?
journment. .. ?_'_.!-'.- '. i."
?- .??'.Washington News.
shows, .that -thirty-seven- railroads in the, Bepart
mont of the Cumberland ' "owed, on Fobrnnry 1st,
on .material purchased from the Government,
35,250,000 principal and interest. : It is stated upon
good", authority that'-General' Piaf TAJTLOE" has
been pardoned. '. " :. .'.. , '*, " \?_~. .. . .i- ... :-. >'-?
N. G. TAYLOR, of Termease^' hei'beert'ccmrb^
Commissioner pf . Indian; Affaira, ' and i JAKES
WORTHAM, of Tennessee,, as Indian- Agent for the
Govfrnment belling ?Jeld.
NEW YORK, March 27.-The Government is sell?
ing gold almost daily. -j ,-? .; ? .-- p_
military Recoils traction in Xoalstanar.
NEW ORLEANS, March 27".-General SHERTSAJ?
has removed Attorney-General HEBRON, Mayor
MONROE and Judge ABELS, and has appointed B.
L. LYNCH Attomt v General, General-.ED.: HB.\TH
Mayor,, and W. Wi HOUSE Judge, of tho' lat.Bis
trict Court, The removed oi?icers axe "ordered to
transfer the appurtenances of their offices to their
successors. <t'. / "_ _ -V ' \ $&*.'
Floodsiuthc Lower MiadidBBtT. jl?:!.
~NEW OniKA^'lMareh 27.-The levees above ?re
yielding; and there are apprehensions of the'innn
dation ?? tho whole lower valley. ,--'.?,f-.'''.fv^'?lvK;
Arming Steamboats on the MlsscnrJU .;?.
ST. L?Hns; March 27l-General-: RHmtHBW his
issued two pieces of artillery and twenty muskets
to oach?oat running on the Missouri elver,'?.hoye
SiOUX Cffy. _ .. . . ;,-:';:r'f;;?.' .
!|? Shipwreck. ';?. '?.',>?
NEW ??EKi'March 271 ^-Tho bark Achilles, from
Liverpool for Cardiff, has'been abandoned" .at Bea..
p\ ' Marine Newt. -
NEW YORK, March'27.-The Tonawanda has ar
aived at Philadelphia, and the steamers Olympus
and Liverpool arrived at Boston. _
Saturday's dispatches represent the coast steam-'
era as having arrived safely whether late or due.
The" JScston, China and Chicago have arrived.
Tho San Salvador from Savannah and the M?jt?
?ialtari from Charleston have arrived
New York Market. , ,
/ NOON DISPATCH.: - ' ' >: ' -
NEW TOBE, March 27.-Flour quiet and un?
changed. Wheatdull and drooping.. Corn lower.
Pork firmer; New Mess $24 20a24 25." Lard quiet;
in bbls. 12Jal8jc. Whiskey'dull. _ .Cotton, ..quiet at
31c for Middling Uplands. -Freights quiet: Stocks
active. 5-20's of '62, coupons, 109. Sight Exchange
Si. G?adS4J...; .j.
EVENING/ DISPATCH.. ?:?
Cotton dnll and. heavy, and declined ?c. ? Sales.
1800 oates. Middling Uplands SO^c. . Flour de?
clined 5al0c. State $9 80all 95. - Wheat declined 2
aSc. Corn unsettled-declined lc. Mixed Western
$1 1GJ. Mess Pork $24. Lard firm.. Whiskey
quiet. Sugar steady. Muscovado lOJaLt}. - Coffee
dull. Molasses quiet. Naval Stores quiet and un?
changed. Wool firm. Freight on Cotton to Liv?
erpool by steam Jd.. Stocks active. 5-20's, of '62
coupons, 1094. Money 7 per eent. Gold
f s';> .? Baltimore Mark et- ti--'-'- u?
BALTIMORE, March,.27.-Coffee quiet and firm;
prime to choice Bio ?9@?9j. Hour inactive but
firmer. Com active; White $1'10@113. Provi?
sions quiet and unchanged. Whiskey, sales 1000
bbls., at 29@30. ~.. * ' ., .
.._ Cincinnati Mmrhet.
CINCTNNATI, March 27.-Flour-, firm an i in fair
demand ; trade .brands $13 50. Corn - advancing
and m. good demand;' hi sacks 88c., bulk 74a75c
Mess Pork, theie is a large speculative inquiry sud
it is held at $23. Bulk meats active; Shoulders 8c.
Bacon dull; Shoulders 9Jc- ; clear Sides 123 c. Lard
12|o. - ?.' ? ,
K New Orleans Market
NEW ORLEANS, March 27.-Cotton unsettled and
easier; Bales 2500 hales; Low Middling 22- Receipts
757 bales; exporta 4?3G.'-Sugar ana Molasses dull
and unchanged Flour ..quiet; Super 12 J. Gold
S4g&35. Sterling unchanged. " Kew York Sight Ex
change, J pef cent. prom. " * __L.._
' . "V; dej?).C?>-,v7^-? ".it r..Tj:Hi -".?;i:
WASHINGTON, Marah 25.-John Mi W?8bkbifii,"of !
Texas, has addresod the following letter to Senator i
Wilson ':". '- . . -.,--'-.' -.?.-;?-.'
WASHISOTON, March 31,1867? ,.,
Sir-On my return home, te Texas.many ques?
tions will be asked as to the extent of the disfran?
chisement set forth in the Reconstruction law 1
passed March. 2d, and afterwards amended by the'
supplemental act? '-Bees the law, as it'now reads, j
dis fran obi se the rank and file of the soldiers and
citizens in the 'Southern. States, who had never
taken an oath to support the Constitution of the
United States, or is $ only applicable to that class 1
of persons who had previously taken that oath and
afterwards engaged in'the rebellion ? -
Your interpretation of the law,- as understood
here, will do much in quieting sp?culations on the
subject, and give many the opportunity of aiding
hy their suffrage to omet the country. .
I have the honor to be, slr, very respectfully,
your obedient servant,- - .v -
JOHN M, WASHXOBN, .
", . '. ... Of Texas.
To which Senator Wilson replied as follows":
.J. M. WASEKOBN, Esq.:
My Dear ?tr,-In reply to your question, "?loes*
.the law as it now exists, disfranchise the rank and
file of the soldiers who had "never taken ah oath to
?apport the.;Constitution of the United States?"
1 nave to say that it docs not disfranchise them.
The Constitutional. Ainenujnent disqualifies from
holding office certain persons who have taken an
oath to support the Constitution of the United
States, and thon engaged- in the rebellion, or gavo
aid and comfort to lt.' This" class ' ol' persons are
disfranchished, and all other persons are en
? titled to "vote. . -
These persons are mentioned in tho Constitu?
tional Amendment, so that all persons will know
who are disqualified and disfranchised.
.., Yours,.truly, ?
I' w . -.i ? i:i .' HKSBr'WiLsoJi/
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Our New York Letter.
[FROM OTJB EEGCLM CORRESPONDENT.]
NEW YOEE, March 25_You havo, no doubt,
been informed ere this by telegraph of the destruc?
tion by fire of the Winter Garden Theatre on Satur?
day last. This is the third cf tho non-Herald
advertising theatres that has been destroyed by
conflagration since the burning of, BARNUM'S
Museum, which, with the Academy of Music, was
tho head and frc nt of the non-advertising diffi?
culty. Tho Museum went first, them came-or
rather went-tho Academy ; ' next tho Bowery
Theatre, and now the Winter Garden. People
shrug their shoulders, and call those things very
strange coincidences.- EDWIN BOOTH has lost his
entirp theatrical wardrobe, including raro jewels
and heir-looms of his father's, among which is tho:
celebrated "Richard's crown." The whole
valued at sixty thousand dolla- s, and there was
not one dollar of insurance. Besides this, tho
magnificent scenery and appointments of thc
"BOOTH Revival" plays, valued at about fifty thou- I "
Band, and owned by BOOTH and Manager STUART,
oave'all been destroyed, and were not insured.
Ehe three plays which, had been revived in such
magnificent style-are Richelieu, Hamlet, and the
Merchant of Venice? Othello was to be produced
h like style next season, the scenery and j J
ippointments being almost completed, these
shared in the general destruction. It may seem
surprising to your readers how tho wardrobe of a !
malo actor could have cost such a large amount as
nxty thousand, dollars, but it must be borne in
-uind that the dresses and laces were of tho cost
icst description, and BOOTH had ono shawl which .
Uono coat three thousand dollars. A very hand- t
lome, but less oostly, shawl, presented to tho great ri
ictor by ene of your most respected citizens,:was
viso destroyed, and I behove that BOOTH had set
nore store on this than on anything m the collec
lon, except such dresses as onco belonged to hi?
listinguishod father. BOOTH regards it as a on?
ions coincidence that on Friday night, when ho
ippeared as Brutus, a character in which, from its
roiot and artistic nature, ho is rarely greeted with
Darked applause, he was received with demonstra
ions of a most enthusiastic nature, and was re?
peatedly called* ont before the curtain, amidst a
term of applause equal to any he hos ever re?
lived-this on Friday night, and on Saturday
norning, whilst at breakfast, he learns the news
if tho destruction of his entire theatrical effects,
he accumulations of almost a lifetime. "The
Southern Hotel was saved by the exertions of the :
iremen, but of course ? large portion of the fur
liture and handsome carpets were ruined by tho
valer frohvthe engines.
The entire community sympathize most deeply
vi th the great tragedian, in his almost irreparable
oss,. and until ho builds his now theatre up town,
he legitimate drama may be said to be dead here;
or even at WALLACE'S, Shakspeare has long ago
riven place to semi-sensational pieces, whose chief |
nerit consisted m their scenery and appoint- |
dents.1 - * ' c
WHEATLEY, the great Black Crook manager, an
tounces a grand Black Crook matinee oh Wedncs
lay, for the benefitpf 8TT/?BT of, "the Winter Gar?
len, and i tis probable that all of'tho other theatres
rill follow suit, for it is a fact that reflects much
redit' on tho fraternity, that ' theatrical people, i i?
lowevoronvious they may be of each other, when 11
he sun of prosperity shines, are always prompt to
end a helping hand.when any of their brethren
ire stricken downby the band of adversity. - -
A few evenings ago whilst a large number of tho
[everett sous of Ham wore engaged in prayer.at'
ne of the Baptist churches in Brooklyn, a number j
f ghosts made a raid upon tho colored sanctuary <
nd amused themselves Dy shooting spit balls and :
eas ' into the "races of the pious suppl icants for ?
race. The ghosts [ ware at first searched for in fi
oin, for the sho wer bf spit balls and peas grew j*
bucker and confusion reigned supreme. The A
hosts, emboldened . by their success, indulged jr
neir love of unghostly fun by artistic imitations c
I angry cats, mingled with human groans and in- x
aman bursts of demoniacal laughter, whereupon f
ie entile assembly arose and instituted a moro
igorous search, which resulted in the capture of
>ux black ghosts-three male and one t?malo-. \
ho wei? promptly, kicked out hythe black sup-' r
ilicants. arrested by white policemen and taken td;
ie Tombs.:. .'?, . ?;;- . . -?ikr.ui,
JSl^^S?&V? oT^'^unraStionV m'?om
temoration of the appearance of the angel
UREIEL to the Virgin MAST, announcing that ?it
tas GOD'S wiU that she should be chosen as the
lother of the Saviour.., Mass will be offered and
thor appropriate ceremonies will take place. . ? ' j
.There is quito an excitement hore on the subject-j
f rents which have gone np in all portions- of ?the J"
ity, from tweatjf-flve'to fifty per cent. The land- ^
ards aro determined to advance their .rents and
he tenants for the most part will havo to "stand the
oise" or go farther with the chanco of faring no g
etter. It is.-a very difficult thing to find a decent ti
.ouse in a .good locality, - suitable for families in
tedias res for less than fifteen hundred per annum.
Theatres-such of them os are not burnt, down
rawing well and making money.
i . MOULTRIE.
?IBERTT OF THE PRESS IN FRANCE.
We published a few days ago a translation of the
rticle by M. EHTLE - DE : GIRAREIS, r?rview?ng;ithe
obey of ' the Emperor's government, since the
yup (Petal which led to, his prosecution- It seem s J
ia article was entitled "Des Destin?es Nouvelles,"
ni was altered i by '< 4he--'goveinmeni . organs to
'Bes DestbyeesMefflewres." ?-rCChe, trial look .place
a ?the 7th inst, and M. de GTRARTHM was con?
temned to pay a fine of 500ft. ftancs, iwithout im- d
Tjp to the time of the-judgment being given, his,
laper,- the liber le tjemtinued to comment freely on
lohtical aflairs,but on the 9th it appearettwithout;
ts usuai'e?it?nals,--and in their place,-and filling
bur columns, was a critique of a new Medieval
?omedy, entitled Galileo. The liberte refused
) ven to pubhsh the report of the judgment "until
t could take it from an official source. In reply to
inestions at the trial, Girardin said he was 61
ears of age. The President said : You are ac- t
used of having excited to hatred and contempt of t
he Emperor's Government in an article or the -
Caberte. Bo yon admit being the anther of the
rticle ?" Girardin replied, "Ido." He. said he
vas in the gallery when M. Ronner delivered the
peech which provoked it, and which he answered |
a his journal on the spur of the moment Had he
tot heard it with his own ears it was possible it
rould have been -less vehement. Girradm made a |
;ood, spicy speech, which waa received with laugh*
ex and appjansfeiv^ :;.J.?"?J:-U. * . . . ' '
- It is a very curious foot that the law under which I
ie is prosecuted is not-one of the Emperor's mak- I
ng,;but one passed by the Republic .of when?] j
Javaigaacjeos President. ':v v^.V";^ ~. \
That law, however, expressly-reserved, the right. !
>f journalists .to discuss^uid D?ame* both ^e-acts !
yt the executive power and ministers! and so long <
is trial by jury lasted it could only be in some-very t
Qxceptional-oase, indeed, tbat:the statute could ba
icteu npon, because it is. hard to see . how, when,
tho right or discussion-and' censure was allowed to"
the fallest extent, the proviso would not cover the
worst accusation that could be'made of exciting to
hatred and.contempt. As a matter of fact -there"
never was-.any prosecution upon the statute under
the Government of the Republic. And in 1849
Girardin. then a member bf the legislative Aseem- j
bly, proposed a bifl, which -was not passed, Tecoih
mendmg the repeal of the" statute on the ground
that nothing so tended to bring all law into. cpn~
tempt as retaining on the statute book menacing
laws which were inoperative.
The Paris correspondent of the New York Herald
\1> believe all would have been forgiven to !
?irardin had he not referred to the Emperors
breach of his oath. That is a sore subject, which,
by a necessary common consent ' of the French |
press; has never hitherto been touched upon. No
tournai published .in France since December 2,
185V, ? has ever before ventured to mention tho un?
di .-Able fact that the Emperor's coup d'etat was a
breach of his oath. No official writer has ever of?
fered' the semblance of a defence or apology for
that perjury. But Emile de Girardin, the intimate
friend ol the Emperor's cousins, Prince Napoleon
and tho Princess Mathilde, the frequent guest of
the Emperor hims alf at. the Tuileries, Compiegno,
Biarritz and elsewhere, thought the time rife for
printing in Paris that the Emperor had .'.'torn up
tho Constitution which he had sworn to defend."
It ia the utterance of this truth which brought hun
to the bar of the correctional tribunal on Wednes?
day last. ' -. -, j; '
The prosecution waa ordered by the' Emperor,
personally, in.a fit of rage. It is said his.ministerB I
attempted'- to . represent;- that perhaps at the .pre-;
sent moment, when large prpmiee^ pf grei^r Ubj^'i
ty had been,made, and a new press law is on they]
stocks; it might be better, policy to wink at -this'.
offence; but the Emperor peremptorily told them
to go on. The French law forbids any ?port of libel
cases, and the papers,, print nothing but the judg?
ment of the court. The judges, it is said,.waited
for the Emperor's orders to know what sentence
they should inflict. Grainnrs is rich; and 6000
francs is nothing to him. Var ?rOi? bolng mollified
by tins Ugh* r-?otanc-ec-ho -nnmc^iately declared,
war upon toe ^pir?j has" ??yen .noticio to'.Prin??
NAPOLE?N an?f Pj?ncesa MATWTT.PE ' that he can no
longer yisit-?hem; and say? he will appeal and get
the most'?nn?'?nt' oouna^ m " France to plead his
cause. 1 He is a mas of wonderful audacity"; for the
Emperor will, sentence him to a long term of lm
ptasbhien?" He must think tfae.empire in a?tato
^detSadeho^ hedar??^ toibeaiiMtjn ?hii w?yv-f
LATEST a? THE MAILS.
EECOKSTE?CnON IN THE SOUTH.
The New Orleans Times, an- influential journal,
writes temperately and hopefully of reconstruction
on tho Congressional plan. Deploring its harsh?
ness, the Times nevertheless deprecates angry op?
position, and reasons to show that the penalties
imposed will not, after all, fall so widely as has
been expected. Of the oath it remarks that . 'the
gist of the whole matter is, that tho voter will sup?
port the Constitution and obey, not any kind of
laws, but thc laws passed under the Constitution,"
adding that any true Southerner "would take ! it
gladly, honestly, and with all his hoart." Tho
limes declares that tho number whom the oath
will disrranc?iiao is so small that tho white citizens
may continuo fco exercise great numerical influence
at thc polls if they repudiato violent ' and unwise
lounsols. The practical application of this view,
it is added, will be indorsed by two-thirds cf tho
white Community of Louisiana. '
Senator'Wilson has taken one step toward rescu?
ing tho country from further disgrace, by his reso?
lutions concerning the trial of Jefferson Davis, It
s..now; very pearly two years "since he was captured
ind consigned tb prison, not under-any process of
ave, but .b^rnihtary authority; "Meantime tho
var has ended, tho armies are disbanded, and
Davis still remains in prison. Ho has never boen
irraijrned for .trial, either before a civil or a mili
ary tribunal. He is not held Tinder any authority
mown to the law of tho land. No charges aro on
ecord against him, and no ; effectual steps have
>een talarm to bring himta trial. Every now and
hen Congress denounces the President for not
ian Ring huu^-fche President oxplaihs that he has
to power Or authority even to try him, and the
Thief Justice declines to meddle with the matter at
bli ..until the condition', of "Virginia is more to' his
oind>. ?.. iii fi . . . :
Meantime Davis lies in prison, and nobody is
es oorisible for it, or has the power, apparently;
lither to put him on trial or set him free. This
; tate of things would be a disgrace tc tho worst
lays of the worst despotisms of Europe. Start?
ing stories used to bo told of victime of Austrian
yranny being left to rot in the dungeons of Spiel
>erg-until even their, names and existence bad
icon forgotten. .;Our. Govornrnont, by its treat
rieht of the only conspicuous Stato prisoner they
lave haa,rseexas likely to relieve the reputation ott
^??jB?i.?Dapotiamsfrom tho unshared obloquy un-,
tfr.i?mch it Klus rested .sb, long. ' .Wo agree with
bvi Hillsea ohusoi ts Senator, that "Davis should et?
her be put upon his trial or set at liberty.-JT.. T.\
V?mes. ?'? '"-' 1
CONQBESSIOKAL INVESTIGATING COMmTIEE. :
The Herald has a sensible article . on. Congres-: I
ional Comniitteea of Investigation and tho' pur-! '
oses they are generally nade to .serve. It treats:
hom as one of the resorts of political demagogues,
y which ther try to supply . the place'of .'stump
pooches, which are losing their effect and value !
s means of influencing public action, and of pews-',
apera, which turo becoming every ' year leas and
sss reliable as tools and. instruments of party
?aders. Resolutions of mquiry are. brought into
Congress and referred tb C?mmittees-?stand
ag or select-who . set . themselves forth-1
nth to work to collect and cook, up. rnate
ial- whioh, rwlion- -issued atf Va^^?pc^tl^'m?y^bo
ised-aS ihn effective weapon .of. Lpirty - warfare.
5v?ry?peci?l'6lass' of'the community, as it begins
o bo distinct and powerful enough to be worth
pecial attention, is appealed to-by these reports.
Lt ono time it m.;-the-^*w^kmgmeni" meaning
hereby: day laborers-next it is thePemans, .and
ow it ia the "soldiers and sailor," who are to bo
ohvinc'ed that their interests ?re wholly .distinct
rom those of tko people at large, and that their :
nly way bf havixiR them, properly caredfor is by 1
beir standing by the party by-which tho report rn
uestionia made, xhere can be no doubt'that
bis is a fruitful sotace.of political demoralization,
-but it is by no means BO new 'as. the.'Nation
eoms it. It bas long been one of 'the most potent
nd farniliar weapons of cur party contests. :i'. t'.'.;
o i -i- -: " " '[Aew York Times.
;'V .FECjH SOUTH .AMERICA. : j' j >,
Our Valparaiso and. Lima letters.' says the New
ort Horald" of the 25th instant, are dated on tho
6th and 26th of february. The unpopularity of
rado, the President of Porn, was being made
lardiest by mutinies among bia troops and police,
he obnoxious poll-tax recently levied has been
uspended. Tucker, tho Confederate Admiral of
tte Peruvian navy, had .resigned.-, . The question of
ohgiQuS' freedom was ' being agitated. Tho Pea*
aCOhv,! .Captain>JVro'r3eri; arrived'at"Lima ott the
3d ult."Tho President of Chile, his cabinet and
lost of the diplomatic agents, were in-Valparaiso,
'he question of a truce with, Spain, had been de
nrtely rejectedSylPeni. f The; mediation -offered
y the United States was" still tinder consideration,
. serious obstacle to its. acceptance was the recent
lisunderstandiag between Ad m i ral Tacker un d'
aptain Stanley, of the' United States steamship
uscarora, owing to which the usual courtesies be?
reen Peru anet tho United States had been sus
onded. Gen.- Kilpatrick 'is now hard at ' work
-yinpr to straighten the entanglement. . The
mexican ships George Baynes, of. Boston, the
lora McDonald, of Baltimore, and the George V.,
ero all burned in th<i harbor, tho former on the
- FEOM. GEBMAN?. '? ":.:'.'"' ..'.'"
The accession of Wurtemburg to the treaty con
luded by Prussia with Bavaria. ..and Baden .com
lotes the military union' between Northern and
cuthero Germany. No wonder that this news, as
cable dispatch announces, was received at Paris
ith.. groat dissatisfaction,.. and wss . believed to
ave suggested uko proposition from the Emperor
3 the Governments or . Holland, Belgium, and
witzerland lori a military alliance like the' one
included byii^osflia with the minor German
tates. "Wo have already expressed tho opinion I ]
lat the three minor governments referred to will I |
ot be eager to' accept" the French proposition, | j
ad, from a cable dispatch in this morning's issue,
o learn that Belgium has. actually, refused to ac-'
opt tho proposition.; i ;? . ? L'i . - s ' M
- -i- ?- ?'.??>-?*? t&X?iS IRELAND." . li
The Dublin hitter and the extracts from English j i
apera which we publish thia morning give ns'de--'
tUed information on the'fast days of the Pentan
lsurrectaon. There was n?lack of men, no lack j
f ammunition, and, in particular, no lack of sym- j
athv, and many of -the EngHsh papers ;bor? wit- I
ess "to the dangerous character..-of the outbreak,
tut there was undoubtedly, a great lack- of leader
hip, and on Thursday morning, whore our pr?vi?
ns account left oft,-the backbone of the rebellion
ras already broken,,. There. tet?l' were-'?oncentra
ions of Fenians in. Cork, .Tipperary, -Waterford;
nd Limerick Counties; bur they were easily sub
ned. No firm footing was gained by any of tho
ands, and only tV70 days ^to.(cm;-March II) the
able announced the complete restoration of peace.1
tnt in spite of this nnsrnanagemant,the sympathy '
f the Irish people with the Fenian movement '
tobd out more conspicuously than op , any." other"
cession. . . ' . lit
j From Washington, - ;?
' [Special Cvrtytjfondaifie $fi?ip Bc?tiariorc (t?sale.},
WAsmuoxos,! Maroh; 25^?1l?axn truTJ?gn' gen
lerhen from different sections tof the South that
hepeople there ! are .preparing- to yield implicit
bedienc? to 'the requirements ot tho late enadt
nents of Congress. They will do this without
ven a protest-^for what more;, ?loquent protest
ould be imaginad than that -rarhishod by the prec?
isions of these laws, th ems aves.? . The unarmed
reveller, m^ans'trerto-'xh?" demand of the armed
lighwayman-ypmrmoney.or ytrar! lifer l-doe? nbt
lesitate or stop '.ito expostulate. In. the ..naree bf
rhat virtue conld he <^im?e'^?bntmw tb desisA-i
nighted. ' raith-xnagn animity-mercy-have been
a vain appealed, to by a j>rpatrat^-r^pla.to men
'vested in a little brier"aut?ffl^.?L^heBe virtues
re unheeded by the difoinantdft?i>c*s~-or totally
?rikaown. There is consooaen^notliing left to
ho conquered hat Submission T
:-'The peopleusf the Jioiih-those.Tfiujjpro:
even i^efeejiaateting aftpTact?cai iOMr* i
aining/i?e. ?bjeei)-'&r?'wlherenco ?o~ tUe^pri?ciples
if republican government upon which ^.founded
ita te rights as guaranteed ,by the' ?Federal Corta ti?
li tdon-have ftV>friWThrtftfrIh'oBn. wbf> horitAHy' (if er-,
-oniously) acted folly up to the great arguments,
ind with soarceay. the- .oheap-expxeaaion'of c?ihr
nonplace , condolence,- philoo?phically consign
hem, in their very extremity,, to tie-, tenden
neiciesof an intni-ini?d and-unrele-utirig enerny I.
Ct t?a't?tt?x?piu'? hnfciit i?%bm? c?mfoi*^i?oaow'
hat:thbse"to w?i?'m it is adhviniatered have the
fortitude to be? adversity with ' a bettef igMcev*
ihan- their- leviers have shown' themselves cana-,
ale of sustaining what , to them seems to be the
too weighty load- oKsn' ephemeral ^ prosperity;';
(That may be the final result of events now ti ans
piring in that desolated' ? section of the cbttntry. j
timo alone can determine. . ? Hopea- aro. entertained,. .
noweiver, b3>:soine SrmtheTn leadmg'metin?i? hereg
that if permitted, to *uxsae, unmolested, their ex
3rtioD8 in the aip?ottoii of- reorganizing their in- .
lustmal relaUo-i?,jftTen under the despotism now
axistmg, the people may yet be ? euccessfolJJ)TB-.
pairing-their shattered fortunea. 3ut theeourse' ;
af tho Radical leaders still indicates farther exac?
tions 'and rppressions. - An immense cdition of the
?peoch of Mr, Sfcevena on conflscatiort, hos beenr
published in ttyr^t?ty?-ai?d w?B be.; distributed far.
and wide. Thc fact that hit infamo cs scheme of
wholesale robbery 4a . esteemed by the leadiag
Radicals as tbs i most eabctive '.'Electioneermg
Document" that-7can-b?:? issued^it thia time, is
worth, (in es?mt?tmg tho. prpbability of pacifica?
tion, ) a thousancl thcorica or' volumes of specula-;
tie action of
SENATE.-A motion was adopted requesting the
House to return the concurrent resolution passed
by the Senate, providing for an adjournment until
December nest. Tho object of this action was to
seo if an earlier day could not be fixed for the re?
assembling of Congress. Tho bill to increase tho
force in the Patent Office was taken vp, amended,
and passed. Tho resolution authorizing tho salo
of American vessels to friendly belligerents was
taken up. discussed,- and laid aside. The resolu?
tion of the House in relation to adjournment was
rood and referred to the Commitao on tho Judicia?
ry. A resolution from the "Grand Union League
of Maryland," asking that the provisions o thc
?lilitary Reconstruction BUI be made to apply to
that State, was also read and referred to the Com?
mittee on the Judiciary, A mi;-.!-ih was made to
take up the Senate resolution relative to adjourn?
ment, nut it was decided to await the action of tho
Judiciary Committee on tho.-House resolution be?
fore laking- any additional''action on the subject.
The Senate then went into executive so .sion, and
at its close adjourned.
HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES.-Undor the call af
States for billa and'joint resolutions a number of
each were'introdusod and referred to appropriate
committees. The Committee on Claims was in?
structed to inquire into the legality of a commis?
sion now in session in tho War Deoartment, which
is reported to have awarded damages on claims of
citizens in Southern States. A bill was passed to
pr?vido a temporary government for tho territory
of Montana and to ch.nige the location of the capi
tal-of the same. A 'joint resolution was passed
providing that each House of Congress give con?
sent to tho other to adjourn on Thursday, thc 28th
instant, until the first .Wednesday respectively in
May, June. September, October and November,
unless the President of tho Senate and the Speaker
of the House sholl, by joint proclamation, issued
ton days before the time.above named, declare that
there is no occasion .for the meeting bf Congress
on the days_designateX " A resolution was passed
granting iou. A Smythe,-Collector of the port of
New York, the privilege .ol appearing before 'tho
committee, pending the investigation in his case,
either in person or by counsel. .
A bili waa passed providing for dredge boats to
bo stationed at tho mouths of the Mississiopi
River to keep open tho channels. A concurrent
resolution was passed directing that all unexpend?
ed moneys in the Navy Department be covered by
warrant in the Treasury Department. A memorial
from the Mary land Legislature, and also a series
Of resolutions adopted by tho "'Union League" of
I ho State, were presented and ordored.to be print-,
sd. The Senate bill making appropriation to sup?
ply deficiencies'iii'"the 'contingent expenses of that
body was taken up, amended and passed. A reso?
lution was passed,, requesting tho people of tho
Southern State's to insert in the new constitutions,
when adopted, a provision providing lor schools
open to all persons. The Sonate joint resolution
providing that no person in the diplomatic service
af tho United States shall wear at any foreign court
any uniform other than that prescribed by Con?
gress. . A number-of facetious amendments were
aflered by-various members and rejected by the
House. The resolution was finally passed without
amendment. The House soon after adjourned.
Tlte Tribune on afr. Abbott's Coup d'Etat. ^
Tho following, from tho Now York Tribune, is a 1
veil merited rebuke- of the Black Republican boot- i
lick and flunkey, the renowned Jons 8. C. ABBOTT. <
Cto r?aders? we feel assured, will read the castiga- 1
tion with much satisfaction: 1
Ms. ABBOTT'S COTTP D'ETAT.-It isn't every Yan- 1
kee who can storm the doors' ot the Imperial pal
ice, and intrench, hiiuself in tho Imperial closet;
ind it is' a little queer that while the royal resi- :
lonee has been broken into oftener, than any otiier y
Imman habitation in Paris, the person to break j
into it the most successfully should bo an Ame ri- <
2&n clergyman. Other visitors in other timbs tho t
iugust occupant of the hoer would have, kicked j
out, if ho could; but our conquering compatri
ivas, received, as Be takes rains to inform tu., ' j
"with tho most gratifying cordiality.*' Chronology j
[3 not without its coincidences.'' It was .in ?
l-'obirtary- that Napoleon L, having : smashed 1
the Council of ' Fivo Hundred, wont to ?
iiousokeeping in the. Tuileries.; it was also >
in February that the- Roverend John S. C. '
Abbott called npon Napoleon IXL Upon leaving 1
the presence, . our historian' wrote a long private j
letter .to a friend in Now Ha von, portraying his
"motions and detailing thc speech which he made t
upon this .thrilling occasion. This letter, as a 1
natter of course,, tho friend has sent to the news?
papers-a . perfectly proper- proceeding. -Why
mould the social circles of New Haven have a mo- -
sopoly of this inter?s ting production ? Why should
judi a con tribu tion to history \ bo hidden in : any- ; t
j 0 dy'e breeches pockets ft i - why- should tho pubh c
JO diddled out of the delights of thiB charming
?pistle ? We have only one fault to find. The let- 1
-er shoul? hsTe published in .Harper's Maga- f
sine.1 with pictorial illustrations.. "He received t
ne by the ixtrOBide;" -says Mr. Abbott, touchingly,
i. picture of the fireplace, with the great American
roon one sida and thr Tr""* T-v"""'---- "fern the -
?her, ss; " Considering all that they have do&rtUU -, !
nr. Abbott, the FranMin-squaro people have a
reasonable right to complain that the Livy of their c
pages did not send the narrative directly to them ; fl
ind there is a pleasure in thinking that ho' has a
nora elaborate effort (with cuts) in reserve.
The first thing which his Imperial Majesty did *
ifter receiving Mr," Abbott.''in one of the interior c
parlors of the palace," was to thank him . for writ- t
ng th* -Lifo of . Napoleon I,';'. and for the justice ,
lone bymy pen to tho Emperor..*'"?Th?t?o great a. ..
nan Bhould be obliged to wait forhistoricaljustice.
xutil the advent of so small a one, will, remind the ?
rea^er.-of : the lion who was caught in a net, and of c
she moueo who liberated the mighty prisoner. .A f
argo number of -Frenchmen havo expatiated upon
the glory "of the Emperor, but Mr. Abbott has been ?
tho first to raise him to the rank ol a moral and
religious character ; and it is this which makes 1
the perusal of the "Lifo" a perpetual and amusing 1
311rpr.se. The apologies ox Mr. Abbott havo the t
relish of. comedy.. We ara always looking forward ,
to the mollification of murder, and aro constantly
curious to know by what fine name tho next vii- 1
lain y will be dignified. We revel .n the metamor?
phosis of falsehood, and, after the execution of the 1
Due d'Enghein has received Mr. Abbott's extenua?
tions, we have perfect confidence in his 0;d
We do not remember that Mr. Abbott has occa?
sion to mention tia fondness of his hero for cheats
ing at cards ;- hut if it had been necessaryj.he is, }
just the writer to prove conclusively that his Ma- 1
jesty revoked to. the glory of God,; and maida mia- 1
deals for'the htmor or France. ' Mr. Abbott is not
one of tho greatest, hot he-is one o' .the most nix- -
scrupulous o? the new school of historical white
washers, who start with the presumption that the
world has been ali. wrong,' and who show their
Skill and ingonnvy by-setting-itrigbt. lt is to be
regretted that professional delicac, hos prevented I
biT^ from trying his hand upon the devfl. - There ?
are yet m. e.% things to ho-said tn behalf of thi*' sit- ; ?:
ble rxirs?mage, whose, deedB.' .itit trne^wer&eVi?; -
but whose'talents were of the highest order. .He
met one -, dark day. with 'his Watorloo^pray' how ;
long must ho wait-far ? sympathetic'historian. """
; Mr. Abbott,- "beingface to face with toe Emperor, ?
made a lon? speech, of which he inserts a report
in his letter.' The subject of this speech was tho ,
life and inventares of Louis Napoleon...""When I
reflect," sai?'iB?; Abbott, ^"upoh the hirth of ytt?r-'
gone on reflecting for about half an hour. He re- ??:
fleeted,: upon Strasbourg and Boulogne, upon the
Castle, of Hom, .upon tbs Mexican question,-aud
uponanhrnber of other disagreeable subjects; but ;
the imperial hos?atoodit alL apparently without ?- -
ri ta tion,' and' submitted to be soaped with the heat .
possible grace, nor de^s.bo appear to have winced '
even When Mr. Abbott most unnecessarily lugged in. ;
the coup d'etat by the head and shoulders, ?ndproj
tested that itnis1 beahtitnlPifet ^ Wnot an.1'
Seing in for it, this Christian minister determined -
to go) the entire animal. _As ho had- swallowed se
much, he mads no hones of Mexico, vowed that it
was ? shame that the Mexicans would not submit
to Maximilian, declared ,that his own Mverxunent
"badmade 4 kreat, rnjst?lo''in*?t lehdm^.rnoral. .
support -to- th el Empire, und then; being seized i>y
a spirit of prophecy, ho premc$ed."a state of chro
nio anarchy" into wilie li these ?mst unreasonablo,.
Mori cans . must, be plunged. ' Imperial S Majesty:
listened and'"expresscd his assent," which was a
very handsome thing to dq. We wander what he
For,sixty' minutes, as he informs us, did Mr. Ab?
bott remain,. .cloistered- with the mirmarch, and'
during t^t'.?rria hfi r^
discovery :, T'The Emperor looked decidedly older
than when 1 saw him fourteen years ago." This is
vory'smsfulsr. Pray did Mr. Abbott expect to find
him looking yh?n'ger ? However, it ie a comfort
ta know that.his Majesty, does not. grow stingy as
hegrows-olcVfor he presented to Mr. Abbott "a
copyoi aD hte
Congress will allow the donee to.;bririg home with?
out.paying any duty. "The.-EopMWr' says Mr.
Abbott, "is, mtellectually, one.ol tho most highly
icuttrvaied tuen nt. Europe." If takes' ?ne,manpf,
ffenius to fina out another. ? .-.''".'?. "~ "
..'Bot wo must bring oar sketch of this nlcasing
event, ! BO- flatteringr- to : but^tuktforial: ?fide, to ?>.
conclusion. Mri Abbott has silica been to a, pub-,
ho rec?ptioa, and tho'Emperor shook hands -with
him in'the presence'of four thousand spectators.
Every ono of them, no doubt, half mad with envy,
"for," says Mir: Abbott, "this waa an honor which
was not conferred upon any one else." Three -thou
.sand.nine hundred andninety-nme courtiers, brave
or beautiful, wont to bcd disgusted with m.?ad
the coldness of their sovereign, while Mr. Abbott
(with the much-favored right hand. wmeJ* we sup?
pose that ho will uovor wash again)-sat down io
write the record of his lefty lock for .the delecta?
tion of New Haven. It must have been a severo
trial of the humility which we MttiaUylook for-in
a Congregational clergyman. Mr. Abbott must re?
member that he is hut aman! ?[>?:
Tax NKW CHURCH Berx^-Oa Satnrday afternoon
we beard the peal of a strange bell, and upon en
q?iry found ii wis the ncwboH of the Associate
Reform Chnrch. . The 'new' bell haa a clear tone.
If now we had the sweetened bell which; used to
call to'gothsr the congregation of the Episcopal
Church, (that old bell which suffered in two migh?
ty revolutions,) we would all rejoice rn the music
?ofthe bells oa tts Sabbath morn, which used to
reverberato among the ntflghboring : hillfl and val
'^fi^mnUti^:Stm, ? ? 'TA
S> A^arcgrat-h is going 'roands^ the* ^
says tho Sew York J?mes, atet?nfr that *Mri ?. W.
?jae?aa has faiis4-that ho bas disposed of hisn?
'tereslin the S?mcsestablishaient, and an;Saturdav
mada an asfdgnmeot of his banking effects.". It
bripjBat?d, wo believe, with-the- Evening GaxzUt
.of this city. Each,atatcmeat which it containa it
On Tuesday evening, 26th Inst., by tho Kev. JOHN
l?AOUMATf, D. D., J. G. RENTIERS, to Mrs. C. H.
PLANE, both of this city.
No cards. *
I3S~ Tbc Relativo*. Frlcndt and Acquain?
tances of JAMES, WILLIAM, EDWABD and STEPHEN I
Rrunr, and also of B. O'BOOTEE, are reapoctfcUy Invited j
to attend tho Funeral of the former, from his residence.
Woolf r treet, This Afternoon, at Four o'clock, without |
further invitation. * March 28
DIED, on the 11th of February, 1RC7, ROSA CRIS?
TIANA, wife of Colonel A. MoB. PEEPLES. of Beaufort J
District, So. Ca., in tho thirty-eighth year of her age.
A daughter, a mother, a wife, in the trae ona pure
donni ion of each word, has boon consigned to the trrave.
Another angel has winged lt? way to Heaven, to bc wel?
comed by friends, and tho "dear little ones" who havo
?ono before. Another pearl bas dropped from the ring
ot this vast globe; and another beloved one is now
mourned ter by an almost Innumerable concourse ol
Mends and relatives.
Weep not for her I For Bhe is now at rest
In Heaven above, where none aro but the blest.
Weep not for her 1 No never let ns weep.
For the soul is at rest, though the body sleeps.
Weep not for her !
Weep not for her ! For angels now can say,
Sweot ROSA is a cherub, now this day.
Weep not for her ! For her last words wero these,
..Let me now die, and go to Jesus, please ?"
She was a perfect model of piety, having from her
shildhood walked in the paths of righteousness; and,
laving made Heaven' her aim, never for one moment
Itsponded. Evening and morning ber earnest appeals
vere offered up to God in behalf of all of those whom
ihe has left to pursue tho path she has aireadv trodden,
?es, m connection with the name of ROSA win ever be
remembered tho hymn marked with a pencil, "My favo?
rite hymn." And ever wm it bo remembered that she
Icsirod to have this sung at her last farewell to earth and
o "beloved ones:"
"Biset bs the tie Sui binds
Our hearts in Christian love ;
Tho fellowship ol kindred minds
Is like to that above.
"Bcfore-our Father's' throne
We pour our ardent prayers;
Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one.
Our comforts and our cares.
"We share aro mutual woes.
Our mutual burdens bear;
And' often for each other flows
Tho sympathizing tear.
"When we asunder part.
It gives us inward pain;
- But we sholl sun be joined in heart,
'.- .. .And hope to meet again,
3 :"Fronv sorrow/tori; and pain,
And sin, we shall bo free.
And perfect love and friendship reign
Through all eternity."
AS- IN EQTTJT?-COIIJETON; DISTRICT.- |
BELL FOB DOWER. AND TO MARSHALL ASSETS,
IND FOB RKf.TF.F_CATHERINE BUMPH, WXDOW.
IND ADMINISTRATRIX, JOHN BUMPH, DECEASED,
:s. LOUISA J. BUMPH AND OTHERS, CREDITORS OF I
ABS. BUMPH AND MARY A...B. STOKES AND OTH- !
EES, H Bl KS ATLAW OF JOHN BUMPH, DECEASED.
Pursuant to on order or his Honor Chancellor Johnson
n this cause made at the last February sitting of this
3curt, for Cofieton District, notice ia hereby given for
ho creditors of. JOHN BUMPH, deceased, to prove their
?cspocti?o claims before me at my office on or before the
list day of September next. B. STOKES, '
O. E. C. D.
Commissioners Office, Caneton District, March 25th,
1867. lamo -March 38
u ?-O?HCE CH?BLESTON CITY BAILWAY I
30MPANY-GHaBT.KBTOIt, March 27,18G7.-At a meeting
if fha Board of Directors of this .Company, held this day,
he foll ewing r?solutions were unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of this Board be andar?
lewby tendered to Mr. D. OWE? as SOBS, contractors,
or tho able and faithful manner in which.they have exe
ruted their wort, having fulfilled,, in. every respect, the
?equirexaents af their contract, and in many instance -
jiving their time and that of their employees to such'
natters not included in said contract, and have evinced' "
hereby on interest in the success of oar enterprise
rhich merits .our sincere and esteem as gentle
ucn of high -integrity and efficiency ta their business re
atlona with ns.
Xualvcd, That tho Secretary and Treasurer convey
h jae resolutions to tho Messrs. OWSK, and that the same
JO published ta the city papers.
Extract from the Minutes. S. W. RAMSAY,
Warrin 28 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
.03-HOLDERS OF THE PAST DUE COUPONS I
aken from tho BONDS OF THE CHERAW AND DAR- |
JNQTON RAILROAD COMPANY will have an opportu?
nity To-Day and Zb-Jf orroic, 28th and 29th instant, to
und them lh certificates of Indebtedness by calling at
he office of H. HDELEON, Broad street, and afterwards
i, the Company's office; Cheraw, S. c,
March28 * ' '. /';
The officers and members of the Palmetto Fire Engine
Company having ordered a steam fire engine, are neces
ltated to ask aid of their feUow-citizcns. In doing, so I
hey are aware that in the Department at this time there I
re six steamers. The effect of the Introduction of steam
m the hand engines has t endered in a manner to lessen j
he energies of-their company, and as they have been, as. j
v?l be seen, twenty-six years laboring in the good canse,
br the benefit of our coromrmity, they trust their appeal
rill bo responded to with that liberall ty that has always
naractcrlzed their ieUow-cittzens towards them. ' To do (
?ooo. is our aim, and to accomplish this end and save
tn old attociatiani we ask whatever aid can bo afforded;
md by our strenuous exertions hope to receive the ac?
knowledgment from those who assist us, that' we axe
forking ta a common cause. . We are aware that oar
community have subscribed moat liberally to aU compa
ilca. but we trust they wUl net forget the Palmetto Fire
The Commit too appointed to solicit: snbscriptiona are
iesara. THOMAS MTTiTiFR. Messrs. B. RODD?N,
H. FERGUSON, JOS. BEDDICK,
T. CL AFFY._. JOHN LONG,
..'.:.?.- 0. O'KEEFE.'
I most cheerfmly recornmend the. appeal ot fha Pal*
netto fire Engine Company, cad trust they may be able'}
?keep together their useful organization, which hiuthwn j
n activo service ataco 18MK ' . ?... . :r
.... H. H. NATHAN,
March 28 " * S" "." Chief Fire Department.
Headquarters Second Militar * District, >
(NOBTR CUBOI2KA. AH? SOUTH C&BOEZ3E1.), J
CoLTrsDJiA, S. C., March 21st, 1867. ? )
GEKEBAX, QBDEKS NO- L] . . ': "^~?\?~ '
jj L IN COMPLIANCE WITH GENERAL ORDERS NO.
LO, Hejulqnarters of the Army, March iith, 1867, tho un- j
?ersigned hereby assumes cemmand of the Second MM- j
l?ry District constituted by the Act of Congress, Public
Ko. ca, 2d March, 1867, castled "An Act for tho more |
nfftfifnt government of the rebel States."
Ii. In the execution of the-dnty of the Commanding
Ueneral to maintain the security.of the inhabitant? in
theta persons and property, to suppress insurrection, dis?
order and violence, and to pastan or carmo to-be pun?
ished an disturbers of the public poaco and criminals,
the local civil tribunals vrift.be permitted to take juris?
diction of and try offenders, excepting-only such caeasa?
may by tho" order of we Commanding General barefered
tn ?. qnt^TritiMriwli\nf nVherr irilHtnry Mtmriai far fariylr"
-D^The'civgjiwuiiuAtncw^^A#to-Kta*h Caro- j
Una and South Carolina is provisional only, and inaB re?
spects subject to the'-p^tsmomitr'anllioTi^
States, nt any Unie' to.'abolis^ modify. eo?rtrol oi jmper
Bede the same. 'Local la?n> ?id m ruiici'rjal regulations
not inconsistent with the. Constitntton and laws of tho
United States, or the proclamations of the President, or
with such r egnlatloria cs are qr .may be prescribed ta ?ho
orders of the Commanding General, are hereby declared
to be in force; and, m c^oimifcr tte^wi?fc cjWl^cera'.
are heWby'anthorized to"continoe.. the exerclBo of their
proper functlona, and "win be respected, atid cbCMaVyt
the inhaW^g.?^';;0xil *-: :
.?3CF. Whenever any ?iva . Cffie??r;: Magistrat? or Court
neglects or refuses to perform an official act p^opir^rev
quired of such tribunal or officer, whereby dueacd
rightful security to person or property shan be denied,
tho case win be reported by the Post Commander to thees :
Hjeadqjnarters. ' ........>'-?-- ? ^'~r''* ^ C~~*>~
V. Ppst ^mmaio;cirB,wm
ehsxged wi th ?>?'? ?mpwiifi^.nj. wimM- ?T?A) nffctirw,
when iho 'civfl ?nto^
for trial by Mflltary CommlsBion, PrpTpsjt qonrt^r other
tribunal organized pursuant to crdera tom th?? Head?
quarters. Arresta by mflHary authority wfll Bo- reported
promptly. The charges preferred . will be accompanied
by tho evidenooon whicb theyaM Rinhded.' ,
VU The /t^Miaan^^-^a^'^^Arl^r 'iojPfMpn*.
tranquility and order by means and'agencies rnort conge?
nial to jfh<5 poople, 'BoUdtB th?;i?telom?nnd cxa??^
operation ol <d'v?. officers mrthadisiehar^
anS the aid of aS good, cittaeriatopreventing coridoct
t?nding.to dUtnrb tba peace; and to ike end that occa?
sion may "seldom arise for the exerdae of military ao
m?iity in matters of ordinary. civfl. adrirlniaimtlrm, the
Commandtag General jisepooHmly and letran?j'eaBir^
mends to OM peoploand anthoritie* of North tad B<mih.
Carotoa unrceervftd obedience to the an(h?Bttyitow e?w
tabUahod, ?nd" t?e diiigent, oonsidento ?WI impartial
execution ot'the laws enacted for their go^wraffWitf. ?.
TIL All orders boretofbre pnoliahed to the Deportment
.of tho South are hereby..oonttnued in farce. " ^
. 03? fOUowing nauaed ?mc^ aw amWa?xa: ?i.??
smff of the Major Geoejat Conimaniling :
Gen. and Aide-de-camp. '? '.' :'
r~j6i?t AlCT^iw^jra; 38fli, U:'S., Infantry. jMffm'}
Camp.-' \ - " * .'.-'? ?' .. .
.V Bvt Maj. J. R. Myrick,l?t XArat Sd Alt., Aide-de-camp
?jiiaAot.itto^Aavacate. ; -'Wi
i.'llajojr Jomes F. Boy, 6tb Vt 8. Inft^ Act. Asst Inspect.
'in*.- ;, . ? ::-gsr<!?\
'^Bri Major General . O. Tyler, Deputy Cmsxtermt?tafct
Gen. D. a A., Chief Quartermaster. .?? .
Bvt- Brig- General W. W. Bores, Hsjotfanac.S^U.
ft. Chtef Comrmaaary of Snbsistenao.. ;
BrtUent. Col. Charles Page. Surg. U. & A., Ked. Di?
rector, i . . Di & SCCKZ^$, " v ?
Major General Commandtag. j:
:0ffl0ial i ?. V. t?i?w, AM^a?C3Sto ''?'-' " Mta*'-?'' .
?-A CARD.-THE WASHINGTON FIRE
COMPANY returns their sincere thanks to Mr. JOS. H.
OPPENHEIM for refreshments kindly furnished at the
late Ure In King street A. Vf. STEVENS,
March 28_1_Secretary Vf. F. Co.
OS- NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES PER STEAM?
SHIP FLORIDA, FROM BALTIMORE.-She is Th vt Day
discharging cargo at Atlantic Wharf. All goods remain?
ing on the wharf at sunset will be stored at tho risk and
expense of owners. WILLIS & CHISOLM,
March 23 Agents.
~~?rl?C-IICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ?
three months after date application will bc made for re?
newal ot Certificate No. 383, COT OF CHARLESTON
SIX PEU CENT. STOCK, issued October, 1853, dated Sd
May, 185G, and standing in tho name of Vf. H. GOD?
?-UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.-DALY cs.
DALY.-Tho creditors of tho' late ROBERT DALY
are hereby called upon to como in and prove their claims
before thc undersigned, at his omeo in tho Court House,
on or before the 16th day of April, 1867.
March 28 th3ml Masterin Equity.
SST THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK.
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 28, 1867_The Board of ;
Directors have determined to increase the Capital of this
Stock con be hod on application to
January 29 ruth H. G. LOPER, Cashier.
?-IN EQUTTY^-COLLETON DI3TRICT.
EXPARTE SI. Vf. KENYON_PETITION TO PERPET?
UATE TESTIMONY IN RELATION TO LOST TITLES- I
to- 900 acres of Land situate on St George's Parish- |
formerly belonging to ANDREW MEYERS, deceased,
and sold to M. W. KENYON, Dy the Commissioner in
Equity for Collo ton District, on the first Monday in Sep
tomber, 1809, under proceedings in Equity entitled.
"Susannah Myers vt. D. L. McAlhaney et at." lt is or- I
dered that all persons in any wise interested in the said
Lands, be and appear before mo at my office in Wolter
boro' on MONDAY, tho 22d day of April next, to shew
canse, if any they have, why the praycra of petitioner be
not granted. .
Commissioner's Office, Walterboro', 11th March, 1867.
March 20_w6_R. STOKES. C. E. C. D.
?-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-COLLE
TON DISTRICT.-By R. ALLAN WILLIS, Esq., Ordi?
nary.-Whereas, BENJAMIN STOKE?, Commissioner in
Equity, made suit to mo to grant him Letters of Admin?
istration of the direlect estate and effects of WILLIAM B.
MEEKS; These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular tho, kindred and creditors of tho said
WILLI 4M B. MEEKS, late of Colle ton District, deceased,
that they be and appear before me in the Court of Ordinary
to be held at Walterboro, on 27th April next, after
publication hereof, at il o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, it' any they have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand,' this 18th day of March, Anno
DominilBCT. B. ALLAN WILLIS,
. March ai ?, ; _, ? . the : O. C. D.
?-THE STEAMER ''EMIT .TE" HAVING
changed owners all demands against her up tho 11th in?
stant must be presented by tho 3d of April.
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
. .March 26 ' tnth2 : South Ai Untie Wharf.
SO- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to the Court " of Common
Pleas, at ita next session for Charleston District, for a
Charter o? Incorporation of "THE HOMESTEAD BUILD?
INGAND LOAN ASSOCIATION." ; .
February 27 . . ' . ' w8
ter CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, CHARLES
TON.-The Members (colored) o this Church were reg?
ularly dismissed from the taroo White Baptist Churches
3f this City, to form., a separate Church. They aro wor?
shiping for the present at Bonnm's Hall, John street,
between Moating and King. They have i purchased a lot,
and are soliciting contributions to enable them to erect a
House of Worship.
, They ste believed to be pious and worthy persons, and
their object is respectfully commended to all who have
the ability and disposition to aid such enterprises. The
following members-of the said Church have been author?
ized to moko collections : CHARLES SMALTS, THOMAS A.
DAVIS, EDWABIT HATO, DANIEL D. MCALPIN, JOHN BEE,
and SAMUEL SXSWASD.
Charleston, S. C., June 27, 1866.
t .' . n ... Rev. LUCIUS CUTHBERT,
' " ' - Pastor Citadel Square Church.
Bey. E. T. WINKLER,
Pastor United fihnrrti
WTLLLOt G. WHILDEN.y . Churcb.
January i fmw3mos
?- HALL'S 'VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RENEWER has proved itself to be tho most perfect pre?
paration for the hair ever offered to the public.
It ls a vegetable compound, and contains no injurions
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY TT?TR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will koop tho hair from falling out.
' It cleanses Ute scalp sud makes the bair soft, lustrous
and silken. ? --*'?"
It is a splendid hair dressing
No parson, old or young, should fail to use it,
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
MEDICAL AUTHORITY. ; . -
t)S- Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
and take no other. B. P. HALL & CO.,
..." Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by sll Druggists. Wholesale by -
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING ANDCASSTDEY,
.. Marchi thlyf. ? Charleston, S. C.
?-TREASUREB'S OFFICE,- CHEBAW AND
DARLINGTON BAILSOAD--CHERAW, March 22.1867.
-Holders of Coupons of the 1st MORTGAGE BONDS of
this Company, due on the 1st April, are- notified that
-they win be paid, upon, presentation. at the office of the
Ccmpany'in Cheraw. . . .' : . J. H. McIVEB,
March 21 ""' "? 6 . . i-.y ^Treasurer.
, ?TN?HCE TO..iuaawB!?U^A*T.pNs
AND P?LOTS wishing to, anchor their vessels In Ashley
River, are requested not to do BO anywhere within direct
rs?ge':of the heads'. Of the SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, on the Charleston and St- Andrew's side ci
the Ashley River ; by .which precaution, contact with the
?nbmsiW'reiegraph'?kBle wfUbe ovoided.
j r.-.l; r.i, ; ac.iSJSivr ?-"---^ s. C. TURNER, H. M..
Harbor Masterf? Office, Charleston, February 6,1866. ?
tltostt'.-i''/--' - ,''-""' . .
?-WE -AHE' AUTHOB?ZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. li. WHITING, Esq., os a candidate tor Sheriff of
rih?^??tnt> ?'(jT?J<rf?n Titstrict.' at ffie xtefo'electioii. ,
September ic- ?".' -'?''..
I jsy -iTO-BXAIi??Cr' POOL "AND HOUSE OF
MERCY.-^-HOWAltb 1 ASSOCIATION REPORTS, for
Young Men, cn the CRIME OF SOUTTXDE, and the
BilrH'?'Bfl; trimm&ii^'TntTRkmrft which" destroy the
manly powers, and cr?ai* impedimenta to MARRIAGE,
wifli -sure means of'relief. Sent in sealed letter en?
velopes, free: of charge. Address Dr. J." SKTLLIN
HOUGHTON, Howord Association Philadelphia, Pa. '
January 15. .?.?.'.:. ?. . "-.' - ?- . *~ 3mo
?h R A T OHJE L ? R '3 HAIR DYEl-TBTS
SPLENDID HAIR.DYE is: tho best in tho world. The
tardy trie and perfect Py . harmless, - Tenable, tnstsn
. tanootji" ?o ' dis?pixsntmen?. i< Ho : lidiculcus tints.
\ Ni?tn^Jtllack or Brown. -Remediestte tu effects of Bad
' "tfe?, i mvigorsies the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful.
The genuin* ls signed WiOiam A.Jtatehelor. ? AU others
ar? mqrt? tait?ubns, and' should be avoided. Sold by all
Druggists end Perfumers. . Factory, Nov 81 -Bartley
.Streetz New york, . ,.' ',-.'_? .?_. :,:J. .-"... .
J :'?-! iXewa?B^Xcoi^iTT^i^'i .?; r.."i'Sii
^lj??o??i^'^^ '???' ... ^ ';
???p FOB THE B^?pogittvely T?stanm tpr?j h^r to
; ito original color 'arii
sxreug&r try j^wSl^.b^\st?i!e. Its &Qmg out at
onoo^s^?1 foo he^ '^
dressing? "S*** by atT Druggists and fashionable hstr
'nxaserBf raai"at my office, Ncc 1133 'Broadway, New
York.' ' -.! -'./-?. SARAH A. CTHEVALTER, M. D. ,.
5 K . .'' irritais i MOISE,
i*'1;.;"'-: c-.;- .'-:? -?':''.'" "Ko.-iiniloSt^;itireeC
;?*w" j .?i,f-,'.- r :Oppot?te'Cmsrles?cmHotel.'' '
-^Jfapsry't ' . "'.'- , ,. ..:>??.-?-::??.':?' ':8lno? .
- ? -INrm XJVEK3POOI.^-TIEE BRITISH '
bark-NOR?ON. Captain Issac G. Enalow, hav
f?Wttlmr apor?on of h l cargo ergapnd, will meet
SMK with dispatch. ' :or Freight eogsesmenta sp>
rte*-, !"- - .--''-;- . BAVENEL&CO.
aateM? .. . '. .? '..". . .
VOR ILIVKBI^I^THB. PISH
NFast S?flIflf;'Gopp?r?d Packe* Ship MARY OG
W.., * Ooidrey Usster, is now ready to
?receive cargo. - ''TV ^ "
'M?i^qa6.' i.; ;., i , ,,-Mapte^Bsage. '-!
-. LIVI1R1?0?I.-TUB STRICT
J LY Al American Ship B. 8. KIMBALL, Desr
|>bom Master; having nearly ?H her oreo en
.gaged sad ?boara, irauats afow i-.=?lred bale?
Cotton ta AU up. For freight-cn ?ame ?pply to
^erch-CT,.^;:-!':^ .?V :"-'- -?.^''--'NCv'7*vWBayV
Poa OAKETY; COOS AWBLl^TCHTE
AND ALL rrrTEBMSDIATE LASSING8.
' sloop ALICE, Jacob Bart, Master, Will exO.
L c*ap?tch ?co.- tho sboro place?.
voa ssw ^O^^^^^SSS^BVN*
J. P.~WXA?T. auwtar. hsrtng .>
S 33 A. GULL,
N. P. DUTTON. COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL FOB THE ABOVE PORT TO-MORROW,
29th inst., at 1 o'clock, from Pier No. 1, Union
For Freight or Passage apply to
COURTENAY" & TRENHOLM,
March 28_2_Union Wharves.
FOR EDTSTO ANO ROCKVILLE.
~W^_ "W~- FRAZIER,
CAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT.
WILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF AS ABOVE,
To-Morrow, March 29th, at ll A. M.
Shippers will take notice that no goods will be receiv?
ed unless thc Freight ls prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
C. L. GUTLLEAU ME,
March 28_1_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
ONE OF THE FAVORITE AND ELE.
I GANT STEAMSHIPS
- QUAKER CITY. I SARAGOSSA,
-I GRANADA. .
Will leave Adger's South Wharf every Saturday.
CAPTAIN IRA RURS LEY.
"%T7TLL LEAVE ADC.ER'S WHARF ON SATURDAY,
TV March 3U, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Shippers are requested to hand m Bills of Lading by
IOU o'clock on that day.
March 25_RAVENEL fc-CO. '
1000 TOSS BURTHES,
CAPTAIN L. M. C OK E T T EB, ;
T?7TLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTMO WHARF EVERY
TY FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight or Passage; apply on board, or to office or
J. D. AIKEN jr CO., Agents,
January '5_S .nth Atlantic Wharf: '
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VTA BEAUFORT AND HILTON READ. -
Steamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MONBLIEJ ;
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX. ~ .Captam 7. K. RXCBASDSOK.
Steamer FANNIE. Captain D. B. Vtoraorx.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF? CHARLESTON.! I
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes?
day. Friday and Saturday mornings, a* 7 o'clock.
. The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Friday, and
Savannah every Saturday.
The KT.TZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and fri?
Tho FANNIE leaves Charleston every Monday, and
Savannah every Wednesday, touching at Brafiton gains- ?'
and returning. " '
Freight received dally end stored free o**-"^^ _?. -
Freight to all rxrints except Sarona* moat be prepaid, .
No Freight received after sunset. _ .
? For Freight or Passage, upplyto _ . ? ,-: 1
-. . - - . - x^aSxifois^^tJrjilN?aS?. Agents.
< N. B.-The Steamers of this Line connect at Charleston
with Northeastern and South Carolina Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamers.__^_ March 22
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE. '
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY..
BULLS, AND LCNDIB?GS ON THE WAO?.
C AMA W AND BLACK RIVERS. ' _" " "J
THE VERY FAST STEAMER , .
"PJiL?f BOY/' ;
. Captain W.T. MCNELTY. . .
TK7TLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVEB?f^-'i
TT MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
. Returning, will leave Georgetown every WEDNESDAY -
MORNING, at 6 o'clock. "'. '
Freight received daily, and stored free of charg?.' . Vj ,
For Freight or Passage, apply to -.
FERGUSON & HOLMES, ii IT
: ; . .... WALLACE & PORTER, -?
Agents, Georgetown-, .. .
Ni E.. AU. Freights most be prepaid. No Freight re?
ceived after sunset-. : . ... . - ? March 22
\ j FOR PAITRA, FLA^ *? .*
FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE. AND ALL TH3
. ! LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. . ' .
', ' " ns
?j j ... SA Y ASSAM, GA., . -
1 .THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP ' "' '
' 1000 TONS BURDEN,. I .
i CAPTASSN LOUIS M- COXETTER. - ^ / 0
rVH AND AFTBB THE 2STH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
' VJ ISHD? will safl .tram Middle Atlantic Whsrf, every
?Yiddv A'tcAr, at IO o'clock, for the above pisces. ? e
All freight must be paid here by ahlopers.
? ol -egroes w ll be tiken tothe-abo o parntaoa
John's River at $5 each. Chilur.n mw er. ten
(age free. Horses sn*Mules at re iuced rates,
_Jountry papers advertising "theDICTATOR" w?l'
piesse discontinue their notices and .send account torna .
Agents. ', f ?J " .? ."
Fori Freigbt-i or Passage isppSy-???' corad, c*-to-tb?'.
1 Agency:H-trth Attetio W??r.- ... ? :- Jsnmry?A -% :
" FOR FLORIDA, ,.;
? SAVANNAH, B itt rr jr SW I O Jct,.. STP.,
1^41^8, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND k!2?
THB LANDINGS. ON THE ST- JOHN'S RIVER AS
FAR AS PALATKA. " .' * ? . . v;?.,,:x
TEE FINE STEAMER "
. : i CAPTAIN T. J..LOCKWOOD, -'- i - -
\rr(i L LEAVE .KQB?XH>< ATLANTIC WHABF ' CB?
VV JttO Wednesday Moraine, at 8 o'clock precisely
a^Fjret^i received dsfly and stored tree of chargr.
For Freiefrt or Passage epply on board, or st the of.
fice of \ JOHN MAHONEY, Ju., 48 East Bay,
i; JjtoTBthber 18 " Above Craig, Toomey lt Co*?. _
TOW B55E ASP BBK1MTCB gT&? BISH I?
vi ... COmOPAN-S".
? THE j jrTBST-CLASB TL S. MAIL STEAMSHIP '
? s .^i^x-.A.asr'rxo, ; r
? .' OHAS.XiX)YEB^ slsiter, .
Witt UsaU Her Ho. 48, H. E^on ?^r^j^Ji^,'
Sontharaptoo ?nd Bremen.. taktag pssseiigers to SoaUi
arapton, london. Favre and Bremen, at tte foRowla^
rat?a. notable in gold or .lia' ?quivalent in currency:
rSst&in. ?10; Second[Cabin, S??; Bteersge, ??6.
From BSemen. Southampton sad Havre to Ne? York;
SS?O4w?n0:Seconi Cabin, ?75; Steerage, MS.-;
^ScUBSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-First
Tobe loU?wod by the BALTIC Capt. A. G. JOKES;
l^^f^^S^TATLOB, WssjaW, >
Tst?on)cy;?r,:;. ., ..Xj .. .
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JVM. ?n lt^l?^lK^^