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VOLUME VI-NUMBER, 791]. CHARLESTON, S. C.,. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1868. " [EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
LATEST PROM WASHINGTON.
THE ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT.
STANTON STILL IN STATU QUO.
WASHINGTON, February 29.-The committee
has agreed upon the articles of impeachment
to be preferred against President Johnson.
They will embody tho following charges :
L The removal of Stanton, with tho inten?
tion to violate the constitution and laws.
2. The appointment to tho Secretary-ship of
War, with the bike intent, of one Lorenzo
3. Conspiring with Thomas and others un?
known to hinder Stanton, by intimidations and
threats, from exercising his office.
4. Conspiring with Thomas and others to
prevent and hinder the execution of the Tenure
* 5. The appointment of Thomas while tho
Senate was in session.
6. A conspiracy with Thomas to seize pro?
pel ty of the United States, contrary to the act
of July, 1861.
7. A -conspiracy wiih Thomas aud others to
ejeot Stanton from the War'Otfice.
8. A conspiracy to tue possession of the
- property of tho United States in the War .Of?
9. Giving* Thomas a letter authorizing him
to take possession of the War Office.
10. Persuading General Emery that the law
required that orders from the President and
Secretary of War should not come through the
General of- the Army:
The House saves the privilege of presenting
other charges, and bf replying, to the Presi?
dent's answer to these. '
Nine of these charges simply ''ring the
changes on Stanton's removal. The tenth
charge applies to General Emery's interview,
wherein the President asked: "Am I to under?
stand that thc President of the United States
cannot give an order but through the General
in-Chief or General Grant." After saying
"vos,'' General Emery withdrew.
The debate on the impeachment articles
conclude on Monday, and they will be'present
ed to the Senate on Tuesday. Tho probabilw
ties of impeachment are weakening. '
The quo warranto papers are withheld for a
^ further examination of the law, but will bo
certainly filed next week. Uuder tho present
ruling Mr. Stanton wih have a month to pre?
pare his answer.
It is stated that Stanton bas restored tho
Freedmen's Bureau to Kentucky. Stanton re?
mains at the War Department day and night.
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
IN THE .SENATE tho procedure in impeach?
ment w?s under consideration all day. Con?
siderable differenco of opinion regarding the
details was manifested, but repeated motions
to adjourn were defeated by .decisive majori
ties, showing a disposition to push the matter
Lv THE HOUSE, after private -business, the*
impeachment articles wore introduced and dis?
cussed to adjournment. Tho galleries were
not crowded to-day.'
The Badical caucus have elected by ballot
as impeachment managers, Evans, of Pennsyl
vania; Butler, of Massachusetts; Birasham, of
Ohio; Boutwell, of Massachusetts; Wilson, of
Iowa; Williame, of Pennsylvania, and Logan, of
Seward has received a telegram from Ban
croft, United States Minister in Prussia, Bay
ing that a treaty has boen signed and was
mailed on tho 22d, which stipulates that emi?
gration shall be free; that naturalization
changes nationality, and. requests that the
ratification bo burr >ed. alp. J3eward is highly
delighted, and surpriso is expre:sed at the re
suit in diplomatic circles here.
The Revenue Department has obtained mili
Xtary aid to e'iforce the whiskey laws in East
Our European Dispatches.
[PEE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
THE FENIAN TRIALS-THE ABYSSINIAN CAPTIVES
TELEGRAPHIC CONTRACT-THE NEW TREATY BE
TWEEN THE NORTH GERMAN CONFEDERATION
AND THE UNITED STATES-THE NEW BRITISH
CABINET - NATURALIZED CITIZENS - HABEAS
LoNDOrf, February 27.-Disraeli has gon6 to
Osborne House, where the Queen is now stop
ping. It is expected that Parliament will ad
journ a week to await the reconstruct, ^n of the
cabinet. The Times says the American Min?
ister who succeeds Mi*. Adams could not have
an easior or more gracious task than the set'
tlement of the rights of naturalized citizens.
The House of Lords have passed the bill for
the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus in
Ireland. It is thought the appointment of Sir
Hugh Cairnes as Lord Chancellor will defeat
all hope of reform in the Irish church.
The Warwick Assizes opened to-day. Justice
Smith deli, ered a strong charge to tho grand
jury, in which bo particularly specified offen?
ces charged againt Burke and other Fonian
prisoners, and declared that this was the
proper court for the trial of those men, the al?
leged offences having been committed in Bir?
Bow-street magistrates refuse to issue a
warrant for the arrest of Eyre, ex-Governor of
Jamaica, on the charge of murder.
lt ie thought in 6ome quarters that G. W.
Hunt will be appointed Chancellor of tho Ex?
' BERLIN, February 27.-Tho obligations of
tbe new treaty- between the North German
Confederation and tho United States arc t ap?
ply reciprocally to Germans and Americans.
All previous engagements in retrard '.o extra?
dition aro renewed. The treaty is made ter?
minable at (he end often years.
LONDON, February 29.-Little progress has
been made in the trial of the Fenians at Sligo.
Most of the day was consumed in the endeavor
to impanel a jury. In order to procure a
mixed jury, it became necessary to summon
six Prussians, bu' - s these afterwards ab?
sconded the trial ". adjourned to Monday.
True bills have been found against Kean, Fitz
simmons, Fitzgibbon, Leonard and Leary. The
prisoners will be brought to trial without delay.
Later news from tho English captives in
Abyssinia has been recoived to-day. They are
still safe and well at Magdala. The advance of
the English army has arrived near Antaio. Tho
Tigre people aro everywhere friendly, and
there ha? been no tickness among tho troops.
LONDON (Sunday). March 1.-Johnston, the
Grand Secretary cf the Orangemen, ha3 been
sentenced to a term of imprisonment for head?
ing an Orange procession in Ireland.
A contract between the National Telegraph
Company and the Soci?t? Cable trans-Atlantique
of Pans has been closed.
The working men of Geneva presented an
address to Farragut as representing a country
which sympathizes wi.li the views of Mazzini (!)
MUNICH, February 29.-Louis tho XI.. King
of Bavaria, died yesterday, aged twenty-three
LONDON, February 29-Noon.-Consols 93a
j 93J. United Stales Bonds 71?a714.
LIVERPOOL, February 29-Noon.-Cotton dull
and unchanged, with sales of 8000 bales.
LIVEBPOOL, February 29-Afternoon-Cotton
heavy. Sales 7000 bales.
Thc Reconstruction Conventions.
RICHMOND, February 29.-The convention :
! still discussing tbe suffrage question. Monday
is fixed upon as the day to take the vote.
ATLANTA, February 29.-The convention
uuanimofely resolved to-day to request Con?
gress to make a liberal appropriation for the
building of the Air Line Road from Atlanta to
Charlotte, N. C. A motion to adjourn sine die
was lost. A motion to reconsider the action of |
yesterday in tabling a resolution endorsing the
course of Congress in reference to impeach?
ment was lost by 60 yeas to 62 nays. Hol?
combe moved that this convention do now ad?
journ to meet again on the third Tuesday in
May, and remain in session so long as it may
be necessary for the protection of loyal Geor?
gians and the Congress of the United States.
The convention will probably adjourn on the
7th of March.
" NEW OBLEANS, February 29.-The conven?
tion is engaged in discussing the printing
question and adopting articles of the constitu?
JACKSON, February 29.-The convention has
done nothing of importance all day.
Politics in Alabama.
MONTGOMEBT, February 29.-The Executive
committee of the State of Alabama met in this
city to-day. The following resolutions were
Resolved lal, That a convention of the white
people of Alabama, without distinction of old
political parties, opposed to negro domination
and E?dical misrule in the government, be
caned 'to meet at the city of Montgomery, on
tho first Monday of June, for the purpose of
taking measures to sustain and co-operate with j
the National Democracy of the Union in the
approaching election for President and Vice- .
President of the United States.
2d. That if, in the opinion of t e Conserva?
tive State Executive committee, events should
transpire to render it expedient or necessary
that the said State convention should be called
at an earlier day, it shall have the power to
3d. I hat five citizens be appoiatod to repair
to Washington, and to remain there as long as
is necessary, to represent the political interests
of this people, and to keep our friends of tho
North advised of the state of affaira in Ala?
4th. That the friends of that cause are earn?
estly advised to maintain an active political or?
ganization in every town and county of the
State with a view to be ready to support a
ivhito supremacy and constitutional govern?
ment, under whatever contingencies may arise.
Peter M. Dox, of Madison; J. J. Giers, of
Morgan; Lee Parsons, of Talladega; H. F. Kan
lall, of Dallas, and John Forsyth, of Mobile,
vere appointed as the committee under tho
A ntl-Impeacument meeting.
NEW YOEE, February 29.-An immense anti
mpeachment meeting was held here last
Fire in Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, February 29.-The chemical
turks of Powers & Weightman were burned
\st night. It is reported that several persons
NEW YOEE, February 29-Noon.-Gold 141A.
Iterling Exchange 109J. Old bonds U0J. Vir?
ginia's 43a44. Flour and Wheat drooping. Corn
c.iower. Mess Pork $24 50. Lard 15?al6?c.
"oct on dull at 22c. Spirits Tur j entine a shade
lasier. Rosin steady.
Evening.-Cotton opened heavy, but closed
i ahade firmer. Sales of 4000 biles at 22a22te.
?readBtuffe depressed. Provisions firm. Lard
i trifls lower. Naval Stores quiet and heavy.
irocMies and Froights quiet steady..
AUGUSTA, February 29.-Cotton-The market
s steady, with sales of 345 bales; Middlings
ire quoted at 20a20?c. Receipts 610 bales.
Stock on hand 12,620 bales.
SAVANNAH, March 1.-Cotton closed firm;
Middlings !4iAa22. Sales 519 bales. Receipts
.,143 bales. Exports, coastwire, 3,614 bales
MOBILE, February 29.-Cottcn-The market
;loscd firm at 21c f jr Middlings. Sales to-day
!,800 bales. Receipts 1,936 bales.
NEW OBLEANS, February 29.-Cotton quiet
ind steady; Middlings 21?c. Receipts 4,450
jales. Exports 5,112 bales. Sugar and Mo
WILMINGTON, February $9.-Cotton weak
10tc. Naval Storos-Spirits Turpentine quiet
tt 65c; Rosin steady; No. 1 $3 25; Tar firm at
NEW YOEE, March 1.-The steamship James
Idger has arrive 1 from Charleston.
. THIRTY- NINTH DAY.
The convention on Saturday made up for
imo lost on Friday. Commencing with section
9 of the judicial department of the constitu
ion, fifteen sections were discussed, amended
,nd passed to a third reading.
Section 21, as amended, provides that the
hectors of each Judicial District shall eleot
bree persons, for the term of two years, who
hall constitute a Board of County Commis?
ioners, who are to have jurisdictipn over roads,
tighways, ferries, and all matters relating to
lisbursements of money for county purposes,
axes, fte., with, however, the right reserved
if appealing to the State courts.
An attempt was made to provide for the elec
?on of the Probate Judge by the General As
lembly; but on this motion, Mr. S. G. Dill, of
icrshaw, mads a 6pcech, in which the broad
(round was taker, that the people had been
obbed of their rights enough, and that th 3
?enera'. Assembly was not more to be trusted
n its choice of competent men than the peo?
ple themselves. Tho proposition accordingly
Justices ot' tho Peace and Constables are to
be elected by the people for a period of two
yearn. Justices o? the Peace aro to have juris?
diction in all matters of contract, actions for
tbc recovery of flues, in matters ex delicto,
wheru tho amount involved does not exceed one
hundred dollars; also in prosecutions for as?
sault and battery, and other penal offences less
than felony punishable by fines only. They may
also sit as examining courts, and commit, dis?
charge, or recognize persons, except in capital
casos. The fees of Judges of Probate County
Commissions. Justices of the Peace, and
Constables are to bo regulated by the General
Assembly. The original clause limiting the
azo of judges to seventy years, has been
The Attorney-General is to be elected by the
poople for four years. The qualified electors
of etch county are also to elect the sheriff and
coroner for four years. The office of solicitor
ts likewise given to the people-term four years
To-day, two or three special orders ol' grave
importance are likely lo be debated, and when
finished, the convention will proceod to the
consideration of the articles on jurisprudence,
eminent domain, impeachment, &c.
ACCOUNTS FROM WASHINGTON.
THE IMPEACHMENT CONSPIRACY.
Subsidence of tbc Excitement-1 be Pros?
pects of the Impeachment Movement
Radicals Crawfishing-Doubts as to thc
The Washington correspondent of the Bal?
timore Gazette writes, under date of the 26tb
Since the storm ol' excitement which has
lately raged with such terrible fury has par?
tially subsided, and men have begun to talk
calmly and dispassionately, a strong disposi?
tion is generally manifested to exclaim in thc
classical language bf tho late President Lin?
coln, "There's nobody hurt." Indeed, the fai
cical termination to-day of the case of General
Lorenzo Thoma's has caused a smile on many a
face lately blanched with alarm. This sudden
release of General Thomas has surprised tbc
Radicals beyond measure, who profess ,thoir in?
ability to understand why Stanton, tho prose?
cutor, should have been so summarily kicked
out of court by his particular friend, Judge
Cantor, before whom he had "on his oath''
charged Geueral Thomas with a whole cata?
logue of "high crimes and misdemeanors."
Poor Stanton I He, too, might appropriate!}
resort to the classics and cry out, et tu brute,
although it is charged by many that this ex?
traordinary course of procedure on the part of
Judge ."amer was to prevent a tull hearing
upon the law of the case, which might have
resulted in his being compelled to declare the
Civil Omeo Tenure bill unconstitutional.
Great interest is manifested to ascertain as
far as possible the prospects of tho impeach?
ment movement; and the views of Radical
Senators aro being freely discussed. It only
requires a knowledge of the private viows o?
these gentlemen to enable one to form a pretty
clear estimate of MT. jobnsou's chances for
conviction before the High* Court of Impeach?
ment. To illustrate how these gentlemen talk
imong themselves the following substance of a
colloquy which occurred in the presence aud
nearing of your correspondent will be amply
sufficient and to the point: Geueral Banks de?
clared that if the purpose of the President in
removing Mr. Stanton aud appointing General
?Thomas Secretary of War aa tnterim, had
jeeu to secure a judicial decision on tho con?
stitutionality of the Civil Office Tenure bill,
hen his action was eminently proper, and no
me could complain; and further, that if the
louse had belier, _d such was and had been the
mrpose of the President, the resolution or
lering impeachment would not have passed.
Che tact that the President had neither noti
Ud nor consulted with hi . friends as to the re?
noval of Mr. Stanton and tbe appointm<?r:l -of
General Thomas, Mr. Banks contonded was suf
Icient evidence to justify tho House in believing
hat the President contemplated some sc?
ions mischief airains t tho public welfare. Such.
ie stated, to be about the sum and substtnee
if the reasoning on thc part of himself am' his
Radical friends who voted for impeach
neut. Whether tho country will bo able
o appreciate this masoning, admits of a scri?
ms doubt. A Radical Senator present said ,
hat it was very clear to his mind, and ho ,
bought it was equally clear to the minds of
ithers, that the chargea of themselves, if |
tanding alone, would be wholly untcuablo, but- j
bat in considering the question of impeach?
ment, Senators wouid look to tbe goners! wei- ,
ire of the country, and dispose of Mr. Johnson .
s they deemed that wt li are demanded. Your <
orrenpondent inquired ot Hmso sentie nen. ,
aus charged with tho "Nation's" honor, if
iey seriously proposed impeaching tho Chief
[agistrate of tue "Nation" and convicting him
thigh crimes and misdemeanors through
?ar that he might in future be guilty of some
ct which would be detrimental to tho public i
iterest. This was claimed o bo too plain a t
tat cm ont of tho case, but ono Senator present
oldly replied that it might even be well to do
ais as Senators wcro not responsible to any J
ne for tho votes which they trivo. Such is. ]
eally tho Radical view of the 'vituation," and .
?arm is already manifested by tho rai.li aud
.lo lest they fail in this their third attempt to 1
inpeach Andrew Johnson. ' Tho confidence i
rhicli was boastfully expressed on Saturday ,
ist'by the Radical membeis of tho House,
bat Andrew Johnson would be deposed from 1
ffice in loss than thirty days is growin r beau- (
?fully less, and many ot these same "gentlemen j
re now expressing serious doubts as to the ?
THE PRESIDENT NOT TO BE SUSPENDED DUB INO '
The correspondent of the New York Times '
The very strong* disposition ol'Congress is !
tot to interfere in the slightest degree with .
ny of the prerogatives of the President du
ing tba trial, or do any act whicu could bo
onstrued into a suspension of his functions,
'herc was somo talk to-day that a concurrent
esolution should pass both houses to tho
fleet that no bills should be scut to tho Presi
lent ponding his trial, but it wus disapproved
iy nearly all to whom tho subject was referred,
nd nothing of the kind will ne doue, unless it
hould be the judgment of the Senate after
t bas organized as a court, that such pro?
ceeding is necessary. It is gratifying to
ce a determination nu tho part of inom
>ers of both Houso and Senate to frown
town all action looking li ?o persecution or to
ixtreiae measures. While the trial will bo
tushed forward with the least possible delay,
t is the determination of the best men in tho
louse, that the caso shall loso none of its pred?
ige, ?nd that the prosecution shall iacur no
diam from a want of fain.ces, justice- and
inpartiality to the accused. This is measurably
lertain, because as soon as the articles are prc
lented and the managers selected, the case is
irtniihy beyond the reach of partisan infiu-.
mcee, and in such men as Wilson, of Iowa, and
Tudge Bingham, wh " Probably bc among
he managers, the uicrj eau haye confideuco
hat ;he case will be ably aud impartially man?
PEMPEB OF THE SENATE BEGABDINQ IMPEACH?
The Washington correspondent of thc Balti
nore Sun, alluding to thc feeling on impeach
nent among tho Senators, says:
There is good assurance that a largo portion
rill, in the trial, risc above party behests and
he fury that has characterized tho impeachers
if the Houte, and that they will try tho Prcsi
lent fairly, and render a decision according to
he law and the evidence that shall bo adduced,
?hioh is as much as any good citizen could ask
f tbe Se jato.
iUSCOBED PBOBABUJTY. OF TUE BE8IGNATI0N OF
A rumor has been circulating here to tho of
ect that Mr. Stanton hus determined to resign
a i. day or two. There ar*> somo ?rcuniBtaiicea
?hich give color to this rumor, but so far ibero
Iocs not appear any direct information to wur
ant the statement that Mr. Stanton will re?
ign. The reason assigned for his withdrawal
3, that he being out of the Wsr J ?cparttnent,
.nylegal proceedings instituted by tho Prx'st
leut to test his constitutionality of tho Tenure
f Office act would fail by reason of tho removal
if the cause of litigation.
It is argued by those who are advising Mr.
Itantor-.'s resignation that tho adoption ol'
heir plan would dopnve tho President of all
aeans of taking thc controversy before tho
iC'Urts, and thus force him to rely r?ololv npou
ho opinions and decisions of the members of
THE GUY FAWKES' MARE'S NEST.
The exciting history ol' these exciting timos
vould hardly have been complote without tho
little episodo in thc House ox Representatives
:his afternoon, when Mr. Speaker Colfax, com
aanding the attention of tho body over which
ie presides, laid before them a lotter addressed
ry tho superintendent of tho Kow York police
? Major Richards, superintendent of [.ou'co
here, having reference to a quantity of miro*
rivcerine which had been fraudulenly obtained
'rom Col. Tal. P. Shaffncr, and which it waa
feared had been dispatched to this city for lout
purposes. The letter was read amid profound
silence, the RopnblicanB looking grave, while
the gentlemen ou tho other bide :ook tho mat?
ter very lightly. No action was taken upon
the subject of the communication, and it was
laid upon the table. Colonel Sliaffner, who if?
President of tho Blasting Oil Company, trout
which this explosive was obtained, as is al
leged, by forgery, ie well knownhere. and some
rr his acquaintances, knowingiww" shrewd he
ia to take advantage of anything that may re?
sult to bis benefit, think he has obtained au
advertisement of a huge description for bis
blasting oil. There is no disposition to doubt
that some of bi8 nitro-glycerihe-has disap?
peared but few believe that it is intended for
any foul purpose in connection with the exist?
ing difficulties between the President aud Con?
gress, i* ' . . i
CAJJFOBNIA SUSTAINS THE PRESIDENT.
Governor Haight telegraphs %o the Presi?
dent from Sacramento, California, under date
of February 26, that he has been) requested by
the Assembly to transmit the following resolu?
tions : y ??
Resolved by Hie Assemtiy o/Tlhe State of I
California* That the people of this State will |
now, as they have in the past, bear true faith
and fealty to the government of "our" fathers ;
thai, by all lesal and just means"they will sus?
tain the President of the Tn?led ?.States in the
complete discharge of his duties. '.
Iiesoived, That we urge the President of the
United States, in the nam 3 of our people, the
freeman of the State of California,' in the name
and in behalf ol the cause of constitutional
liberty, to be firm and unbending in the main?
tenance ot the executive department of the
government, and to that end wo pledge him
our undivided support. I
Rcsolced, That the Radical majority in the
Congress of the United Stat?? have tramp ed
upon and disregarded the great - in i eres is ol
the people, and instead of legislating to relieve
tho people from the burdens of taxation under
which the enliro industry of thaVcountry ia
I suffering, aro banding their united effort to
mvoivo the c mntry in the vortex.-of civil war,
and io the opinion of the Assembly of Califor?
nia, have proved tuemaelvea unworthy alike ot jj
tho higu positions they'now occupy, ?ndof '|
tho confidence of the people.
THC EXCITEMENT Ul NEW TOBE.
Thc police mado a descent upon the office of j
the "Johnson Club," No. 208- Broadway, New
York, ou lues day af cernoon, andsoized all the
rolls of the organization found in the office
This association took its risc in the midst efl
tho excitement of Monday, when (he telegrams
announcing tho result or the impeachment de?
bate were received. The New York World
It appears thal Mr. Francis J. Tucker, with
who.a were associated Messrs. Wm. Brown and
James McClellan, conceived the-1 idea of s tart?
ing au Organization composed of veterans ot
the war and others, the object of whioh are
best explained by the following1 declaration,
which every person Joining the club was re?
quested lo aigu : (
"We, the undersigned, are desirous of form?
ing a aeries of associations iu support of thc
policy of Andrew Johnson, President of the
Cu; ted Statos, and ore willing to resort to aram
to ropel any revolutionary attempt on the part
of the Congrc-BB of the Uuited Stetes to over?
throw the lawful and constitutional authority
of the nation."
A largo number of rolls, with thia heading,
wero placed in various port? ot the city, known
to tue initiated; and so rapidly did the scheme I ]
lake r jot and blossom, that although started .
only ou Monday evening, the promoters had
secured between four aud five thousand signa?
tures by 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
A later account Bays :
The Johuson Club, which had its list ot
members and other perso ..s seized under cir? 7
:uuibtancos narrated yesterday, reopened ils 1
loora this muming, and resumed Tmainoas '
without let or hindrance. They baye ?pdifled I
tho headings of their roll, however^ .so as to
read, "lu favor of supporting the President In
he lawful exercise ol his constitutional rights"
[notus yesterday "nv-force-of arms.") It is
atilt asserted that the ?eizure was made by I
.udora troin Secretary. Stanton,-2fai?L of tl??t I
liera io uiucifTBvscni to cTohBt. -
Changes In the British Ministry.
Tho cable brings ua the intelligence of the
.osiguatiou of Lord Derby, the British Premier,
ind Ihe apooinlmeut of the Hight Hon. Benja
um Dinracli, Ibo present Chancellor of the
Exchequer, to bo tho hoad of tho Ministry.
Notices of tho failing health of Lord Derby havo
ippoared frequently of lato, and none who aro
a tho habit of noliug English politics will be
surprised at tho annouueomont of his retire?
ment from office. Tho illness of Lord Derby
ia inconsistent with thc heavy and unremittin x
.huies of a Prime Minister, but will not, wo
imagine, prevent his contiuuing to tako from
time to timo a part in the debates of tho House a
sf Lords. Of that body ho has bcon the lead- '
iug, and, probably, the most influential orator, '
mid so loug as ho is able to speak thero, his 8
words will fall with effect. His politics aro not
of the Liberal school, but he hos ever borne -
himself with unsullied honor and integrity, and
justly commands the respect of friend and foe. e
Lord Derby has boon from his youth up a c
traiued statcsmau. It is not, perhaps, gene 1
rally known that in his youth, aa Lord Stanley, t
ho visited thia cou..irv, and attentively studied r
ita in itiiutious. Very early iu li.o ho diatiu- t
Kiiiahcd himself in debato-Macaulay, though
au opponent, paying him the compliment, in *
ono of his essays, tu fay that he waa, perhaps, ?
tho only public man whuiiadnot made himself
au orator ut the ex^enao of his audience; but
that with him thc science of parliamentary at?
tack and defence aeemed to "resamble an in- | 1
utiuct." Wu.cn thc great a;hiain occurred iu
1847 in thc ranks of t ue l ory party, on'the oc?
casion ot Sir Hubert Peel bringing in his bill to
aboliah the corn laws, Lord Stanley, with the
moat body ot tho Tones, ranged himaoh'iu op?
position, aud became the leader of that party.
Prom that time to the present he has been
Premier when that party was in power. Of
lato years ho bas p.-op .red a translation of
Humer, which haa received the highest enco?
miums from all, and is pronounced by many
critica tu bo tho heat yet made of that author.
Mr. Disraeli isa wonderful instance of .
genius of a high order, triumphing over preju?
dice and obstacles. His Jewish origin has
constantly been thrown iii his tooth, although 1
he is a member and a firm supporter of the lis
tabiiahed Church of England. Lou! Derby is
the roprosontativo of an iilustroua House, ono
of tho lo?duiu pceragea ol tho realm, mid this
has greatly facilitated bia political career. No
such adventitious aid havo promoted Mr. Dis?
raeli's advancomont. In cariv life he achieved
groat reputation aa a writer of fiction. "Vivian f
Grey," "Catarini Fleming," and tho ''Yuung -j
Duko"aro wondorlul creations; but it ms y bo v
questioned whether the distinction :?nd faino
tima acquired have not b?.ou a very aoriou8
drawback to thc recognition of Mr. Diarao.i's 1
political abilities. It was, and still ls, the
fashion in England to assume thal a man who
writes novela i-i nut oapr.ble of anything ol' a
serious business cast.
Boforo thc rupture had ocourred in the Con?
servativo party by the liberal course of Sir
Hubert Peel iii respect tu tuo corn laws, Mr.
Disraeli had drawn upou himself much atten?
tion by a 8orioa ol' attacks, carefully and HICII
fully prepared, assailing, with the keenest
shafts of sarcasm aud irony, Sir Hobart Peel,
theu. perhaps, at tho very zenith of his fame
and power. These ittaeka were treated for a
long limo w.tli apparent indifference, but that
they wonl sorely to their mai lc, none evsr
doubted. Atter the death of Lord Georee
Heuiinc ?, wlw had cucce^ded Sir Robert Peel
as tho Conservative loader in tho House ol
Commons, Mr. Disraoli against the protesta of j
some and thu misgivings of others, w0a pro
?uotod to the post of leudorship in tho Lower
Houae, Lord Derr y filling the same funciione
among tho Teeta. ' In this position Mr. Dis?
raeli proved himself a mau of business, atten?
tive tu detaiis, laborious, and ready; but his
chief forte was a .disputant. His delivery ia
said lo bc slow and homy, but hu speeches
when read appear to bo masterpieces o? logic
and mgeuuiiy. Hardly baa any man ever beou
more skilful in tho stittement of a caae.
'Tue Liberal presses ot' Enulnud arc in tho
habit ol' Baying that Mr. Disraeli furnishes
much the larger part of tho brains of hi3 p?rty.
Cor aiu it is that his signal sweep in d. feating
Mr. Gladstone's Reform bill, and hubsequ?.iitly
passing one of his own, in a Houae of Com?
mons where his own party was in a minority,
proves than tins tribute ia Iiot withput founda?
tion, luis promotion of Mr. Disrah ie theic
Jore natural, and strikes an American miud ua
entirely rear-unable. In England only Would it
oe asi?u surpriso as a triumph over the preju?
dice- of caste.
The effect of Lord Derby's retirement is to
brilia raero prominently forward his sun, Lord
Stanley, a member of the present Ministry, and
by many considered a man of more ability than
hi? lather. Although nominally a Tory, he
has always had Liberal tendenoieB, and been a
special friend to tho working classes, thus se
curing probably a larger personal 'popularity
outside of party than any statesman now upon
the stage in England.
Affaira In the Statte.
-The Lancaster Ledger eave : "Fromagen
tlemanwhohas recently made a tour through
most or the sectiODS of this District, we learn,
that Lhe pr. para I: on g fbr the next crop are
being pushed forward with an activity that ia
truly encouraging. He represents the people;
during the few warm days last week, as busy
aa bees, employed iu putting everything in,
order, i hat's right I Let us have io ovn'te- J
man fanners this year, nor drones in any other
employment. Everybody must work.
-The Orangeburg News of Saturday says :
The regular session of this court was held J
during this week ; and a large amount of busi?
ness was dispatched, under the able direction
of his Honor Chancellor Lesesne, whose first
judicial visit to Ora geburg will ever be recoi?
led ed as one of agreeable association, by the
members of the bar. . *
-The Greenvillo Mountaineer has the follow-,
.jng gre: ifvine- paragraph : A stroll to the upper
end of Buncombe street will enable the perd?n
so doing to observe, just beyond the limits of;
town a short dista, ce to the east ol the Ruther?
ford Boad, quite a number of small new houses,
some of which are already finished, and others
aro in the course of erection. These houses,
owing to their considerable number and their
proximity to oach other, present che appear?
ance of a neat little village. This new settle
mont we learn, is owned entirely by colored
men of our town, who, by persisting, in the
course cf honest and energetic labor,' have
thus received their reward in lands and houses
of their own, and are now living comparatively
-The LaurensviJIo Herald says : Since .our
last issue a magnificent nag-ston> ninety foot
high, and upw rds, ornaments our public,
square. The old banner floats from its summit
in style,' grandly free and graceful. The
garrison at this post composes Companies G.
and I., 8th Infantry. In this connection we
tuko plea euro in expressing the unanimous
voice orthe comnitfhity t?Pthe uniform high
bearing of tho officers, and correct deportment
of tho men' of the tournant d. Col. John B.
Edie, the commandant, has endeared himself j
to all by tho high sense'of justice which he has
invariably exhibited iu the discharge ol his
duties, where the rights of citizens have been
involved, and his courteous bearing upon all
DAN1Z LUK-MCMILLAN-On the 9th instant, at
Blackville. P. C., by nov. Mr. BBOOKXB, Dr. M. J. D.
DAN"1ZLEB,.O? Orangeburg Diairiot, to Miss LMM A
A., daughter of M. MCMILLAN, Esq!, of Barnwell
49-The Relative? and Friends of Hrs.
LYDIA B. LEGARE, and of her family, are respect
ull> invited to attend her Funeral Sarvicca. at the
csidenoo of Mr. Ozonos CHLSOLM, No. 140 YVent
vo:-tu-.itroet, This Morning, at 10 o'clock.
ta* The-Members ot tue Promptitude
Tiro Company are requested to meet at their Engine
loll, in full uniform, at half-past 2 o'clock To-Day, to
lay the-last tributo of respect to their brother Fir<r
nan, SAMUEL PERKIN j.
By order of tho President, P. ATTLEE.
J. ZEAL AN,
March 2 * Secretary.
?lioTia ? ! t cfs.
SO* CAROLINA INSURANCE COMPANY
I Dividend will he paid by the above Company on
.nd ut ter This Cay by calling at the Office of the sub
criber. HENRY OOB'A.
March 2 _ 2
ter NEW- YORK AND CHARLESTON
>TEAM>HTP LINE.-Consignees per steamship
.'HA M PION, from New York, are not in od of her
argo being This Day discharged at Adger'n South
V'liarf.. All goods remaining on tho dock at sunset
rill bu stored at Consignees' risk and expenso.
March 2 1 J.-.ME? ALGER & CO.
tO* NOTICE .-THE SHERIFF OF
.'borloslon Listrict has been ordered to collect the
mount of executions in bis bands for State taxes
mmtdiattly. It is hoped no person will compel the
ihcriff to resort to extreme measures. The taxes on
ales for 1866 have been reduced in conformity with
icneral Orders. WILLIAM s. HASTIE,
February 29_2_S. 0. D.
tO* BATCHELOB'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
iplendid Haar Dye is the beat in the world; the
inly true and perfect Dyu; harmless, reliable,
usUVntaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
int?; remedies the Ul effects or bad dyes; mvigo
atea and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
irown. Sold by ail Druggists and Perfumers; and
iroperlv applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. 16
lond-street. New York. lyr_January 14
?S-NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
or Young Men, on Physiologic!! Errors, Anuses and
Uneases, in aidant to Youth and Early Manhood,
vhich create- impediment i to MARRIAGE, with sure
neons of reliei. Sent in scaled latter onvolopoa free
if charge. Address Dr. J. rKILLIN HOUGHTON,
loward ASB -elation, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31 _3 mos
SO* A CARD.-WHAT ld TABB AMU'S EF
rERVEsOENX SELTZER APERIENT and what are
td effects? These are questions which- the great
imcrican public has a right lo ask, and it hos also a
lght to expect a candid and satisfactory reply. The
ircparatioa is a mild and gentle saline cathartic, al?
ora t: ve and tonic and is mos; carefully prepared in
he form cf a snow whlto powder, containing all tho
rondori'ul medical .properties of the far-famed Seit
;er Springs of Germany.
Of its offeote we would say that those who bave
tuted the preparatii n arc the best judges, and the;
leclaro over their own signatures, that thc prepara?
ba will promptly relieve indigestion. Regulato the
low of tho bile. Cirro every specie of headache.
L'ranquahze the nervous syatem. Reiresh and in
igorato the weak. Mitigate tho pangs of Rheuma
ism. .\eutralizo acid ia tho stomach. Cleanse and
ono tbs bowels. Assist the falling appetite. Curo
he heartburn. .
If you are a sufferer give this remedy one trial, and
t will convince you of thc above facts.
Sold by all Druggists.
TARRANT 4 CO.,
Pole Proprietors, New York.
January 28 23, 8mos
Sdi- 1?OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. -PRICES
.'ASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
lhe bighodt ru.es paid tor DOUBLOONS and al]
linds oi GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR n CO., Bankers,
No. lo Wall street,
Oi-tober ld lyr New York.
??jj' A iOUIi? LAL) il REI URNING TO.
l?rcountrv Louie, ult?r a sojourn o?a lew month?
u i. city, wus hardly recognized by her friend.-.
In plan- oi o I'carce, rustic, Hushed face, she hod ii
>oH ruby cou plcxlou ot almost marble smooth?
ness, and inr-ieue. tw^-nty-thrco sho really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry a? io the cause ot so
jreat a change, she plan, ly told thom thut eheuced
ibo Tl RCA -IAN BALM, ai d aoniiidered it on in?
valuable ucquiSiUou loony lady's Mitt, By its use
my Lady or Gentlemen rau improve their pcisoual
appearance aa hundredfold. It is simple in lte
som bl nation, as Nature herself ia bauple, yet . UM s ur
?u^-etl in ila etneary III drawing impurities trom,.
a.so u.r.i.Iiin, cleausuig aud beautifying tau skin ano
couiplcxiuu. By iu direct action ou the cuticle it
urawa from itali il* Lmpuritieh, kindly healing the
eamc, and lcaviui? the sui luce as Nature lutended it
?hould bc-clear, soft, smootu and beautiful. Price
?i, sent by Mah or Eipruss, on receipt of an order,
W. L. CLARK ? CO., Chomlsti,
No. 3 West Eayeite-BtrePt, Syracuse, N. ?.
Tue oniy American Atf-'nts for the sale Of the .?arno.
March 30 lyr
JO" LONS IG NE.ES' PEE STEAMSHIP
MONERA are notified tl rat abe la discharging at
Noith Atlantic Wharf, .'ll goods not removed at
sunset will be stored at eipense and risk of owners,
JOHN it THISO/GETTY, Agents,
March 2 1 North Atlantic Wharf.
JO" NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Steam 'Vater-boat AGNES and the
?loop WATHB-BOAT, wi l present the same on or
before the StA day of Maxh, otherwise they wfH be
debarred payment, at the Pilot's Office, No. 46 East
Bay-street JOHN MAHONY, Jr.
February 29 . 5
?-UNION BANK, SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON, Februar;' 24tb, 1868.-Tho annual
election for Directors of this Bank win be held on
Wtdnadav, nth March i rozhno, at the office of the
Bank on East Bay-street
H. Di ALEXANDER, Cashier.
Fabruary 27_feb27 maroh 36 9
$S* A-A-?-A-A-THE BEST 'DYSPEP?
TIC E ITTERS now in use are Pammi's Hepatic
Bitters. They never fail to give relief. Try a bottle,
and be convinced. For aale by all Druggists. m
O*0ITY TAXES.-OFFICE OP THE CITY'
MEASURER.-Under tl e Ordinance to Baise Sup- j
plies for 1868, Tax-payer 1 aro informed that, daring
the present month, Tax is on Beal Estate must be
paid; also, the Income t ix specified in the first sec- ;
The fifth section read -
"Any person or perso ra, or corporations, falling to
pay tho taxes in the mainer and at the times herein
oefore prescribed, may lie doable taxed at the option
of Council. And lt shill bethe duty of the City
Treasurer to forthwith Issue executions against the
goods, chattels, and otb sr property of Bald person
or corporations and lodge the said oxecu ions with
the city Sheriff, who shill immediately proceed for
the coUectloi of the same, in the manner provided
Dy Ordinaces for the enlbroament of executions."'
Office hours from * A M. to a P. M.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer. ?
SPHOTAL NOMOE TO DELINQUENT TAX?
PAYERS.-MAx 0B'? OFt ICE, CHARLESTON,
FEBRUARY. 24,1868.-The following notice ls here?
by published for the mi OTTOS non of all persons con?
cerned : .
Whereas, many of t ie tax-payers of the City, of
Charleston have ?ot mi it their dues on the 16th inst. ;
And whereas the care < f the dry, the property and
health, comfort and lives of the people demand a
proportionate oontribu non from each for the general
good? it is proclaim id that the delinquents must
promptly some forward, or be proceeded against ac?
cording to law.
By order of the May x.
WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. H. Surra, Clerk of Council.
NOTICE_OFFICE. OF CITY TREASURER,
CHARLESTON, S. C., Si January, 1868.-Holders of1
Coupons of the Firs Loan Bonds of tbs City ot
Charleston, are nodi led that those due on theist
instant will be paid on presentation at tho First
National Bank.in thia city.
S, THOMAS, City Treasurer.
tS* A FEW WORDS TO THE LADLES.
Many ladle?, panic liarly mothers nursing, -com?
plain of a tired, liatle ? feeling, or complete, exhaus?
tion, on arising in tile morning. On the wife and
mother devolves th? responsibility of ^regulating the
duties of the house): old. Her cares an numerens,
and the mental as well aa ph} sioal powers ararXre
qvenCy c?a?j into i )cfun?Tt&u. ~"Sh? ort/JrTfmoj bar/
slightest occupation a weary task'and existence a
burden, while at thu same time she has no regular
disease. H03TETTEB'8 STOMACH BITTERS, if
resorted to at this period, will prove an unfailing
remedy for thia annoying lassitude. The effects of
this potent ag?ntate soon seen in the rosy cheek
and elastic step of 'he head of the family, as with
restored health ant. renewed spirits fatie takes her
accustomed place ix the family circle. If this friend
in need be regularly used, those depressing symp?
toms will never bs complained of, and not only
would lastirude no; bo experienced, but many dis?
cuses following its tdvent be avoided. As a MEDI?
CAL AGENT lt has no equal, while its pl easing flavor
and healthful effect 1 have made lt a general favorite.
It is fr, e from all properties calculated to impair the
system, and its opt radons are at once mild, sooth?
ing and efficient All who bave used the Bitters,
AT r EST ITS TIBI CES and commend lt to nae.
March 2 6
JO-NEB YO US DEBILITY, WITH ITS
gloomy attendant 1, low spirits, depression, in?
voluntary emu sic as, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, o zzy head, loss of memory, and
threatened imp?t-nee and im becUity, find a sove?
reign cure in HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC
SPECIFIC No. T\fEN TY-EIGHT. Composed of the
most valuable mill and potent curatives, they strike
tt once the root <>f the matter, tone up tnt system,
arrest the discharges, and impart vigor and energy,
Life and vitality, to the entire man. They han
cured thousands of eases. Price $6 per package of
sfx boxes and viii, or $1 per singlo box. Sold by
druggists and tout by mall on receipt ol price.
Address HUMPHREY'S BPECTFTO HOMEOPATHIC
MEDICINE COMPANY, No. 662 PEOADWAY, NEW
YORK._ September 19
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat.
Requires (mined ate attention, and should be checked
Il allowed to continue,
irritation ol' the Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption, .
la often the result
BRCW.VS BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Having a duce influence to the parts, give Imme?
diate relief. JE> or Bronchitis, Asthma, Csv
ta rr h. Connu mp ti ve and Throat Diseases,
Proches are use 1 with always good success.
Hingers and Public Speaker* use them
to olear ana stningthen tho voioe.
Obtain only '-BROWN'S BBONOHUX TBOCHSB," and
do not take an; of the Wor thieu Imitations that may
be offered. Fo r sale by _.
LOWIE dt MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREBT,
Opposite Charleston Botet
October 28 _mwftmo
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Januoiy 18 Richmond, Vs,
FOR LIVERPOOL. 5
-ifL THE NEW BARj'^TTKA," THO?
?Qa^so? Master, is now receiving cargo and
flBH^wfli be promptly dispatched fot abor*
For freight engagements apply to ._a
BISLty St CBE16HI0S, .
March a Nos. 143 sod 1*6 East Bay.
THBEE-FOUBTH8 OF CAB?O ENGAGEDr
..r. THE NEW Al AMERl?kir- SHIP
"JAMES A. WBIoHT," Captain MOXSX,
jflBBg la rapidly ?Uhcg np, a;, dwul oe <Usp?toned
.elLTr-fw at an early day. .
For balance orFrelght room app-T?P ' *.
bTKEET li h 0 J HtBS A CO..' .
March2- -.- No. liJa**Btqr?
FOR LIVERPOOL. r
?-jr-rv THE ?MEBIC?N SHIP'"GB AH A M'S
jEQ?fr> P0LLEy,J,-tBA?I?- fctrBO?i? Master.
?J^Bg having the largest |Oitkn o? her cargo
???Cfc fngoaed tnd going on hoards wfll meet
with quick dtspa ch. r
For Freight engagements, apply to the Captain on
board, or to . ' PATTLIU ON A'STOCK,
February?_. ?-rata AtiantioWbarC
; FOR LIVERPOOL.
K^rrC: - THE PD^'AMEBJCAN "SHIP. RV 0.
WINTHBuP. J. H. STZwasxMaanr, bar.
?iKI?Ky.. lng the largest part ol beruirgo on board.
?ll I'IH-?-WIII meet with di pat fr. .
?. Tot freight ot 600 or COO bales, apply to tho Captain
on board, or to PAiTEBSON ? STOCK,
Bobruary 39_South AfanfoWharf.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
t;f-s TH S GOOD ?CHoONEB "?EBJiNB,"
JoHZS m:.'8ter,havng balk of ca-go engaged,
ZJK^a^wiii bare dispatch for the above port1 -
*???"' For rrelght engagements ai cly to
- SIBLEY A CB?GHTON, *
March 2 . ?/ Voa, jg and 146 East Bay...
FOR KEW ORLEANS.' ?jr"
i?s THE GOOD SCHOONER ??8EBE??B.,,
?Q. being of email capacity, will load for above
port, and have quick dispatch it sufficect
?Bau Freight cfrers. ...-- -
For engagements, apply to .....
BISLEi A CREIGHTON,
Febrnary 39 Nos. 143 and 146 East Bey. '
-? 1 -:-s ?? a-a-. ..' ?
: K-FTy XiE BRITISH SBIP GORILLA, JONE?
j?Qat,' Master, having a cort on of her cargo en
n^y> gaueff and going on boord; will meet with
???? ,* ; despatch for the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
. . HObX. HUBE A CO.,
Febrnary 27 . . . , Boyce's Wheef.
^/T-/>K</,: THE FAVORITE SO HEW
y^t%i i^ steamship FAL' ON, E. 0. HUD,
Cgff?gwM^ Commander, will sail for the above
M&Z^i--1- port, irom Pier No. 1 Union
Wbarvea, on Tuesday, Sd iiarcb, at 1 o'clock P. M,
For Freight ei^ayementa to Beltimore, Pblladel
phla or Boston, and Passage, apply to
COUBTENA? A^TBENBOLK, ,
March a , .' .!T ' % Union Wharves. " .
NEW TORR AAD CHAKliESXOa
- STEAMSHIP LINE.-FOB NEW Y0B?...
AJ*-^-.-^, THE ELEGANT SIDE WHEEL"
, ^^?^t^L ST F.A M >H IP "CHAMPION,"
~&?tiW!mx Loogwoop. Commander, /ill I^aVe
?J? ^'ilgyg- Anger's ?onth Wharf, tor the above
port on- Wed aday, March 4, at t o'clock P. M. .
' For Freight br ?usag?; apply td
... ... >. jAMeil ADGEB AOO.i : 1
Corner East Ba; and Adgor's South Wharf.
Marcha 8 Upstairs...
v_ _ FOR NEW VOhk. \ \ .t$?L '
PEOPLE'S MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. .*
f,vV;.. THE STEAMSHIP MONERA",
sWr&WlXL Captain SHACXTI-TOBD, wu! leave
ceffiOMMf?r* North .Atlantic Wharf, Ihttrtaay,
lii?li ii liiiTi MarchJS, at - o'clock. - .
JOHN A- THEO. GL'iTV, Agente, aa
' March 2 . ^ " North Atlantic Wharf.
S TE AU TO LIVBRP?OI?,
;XnrT?' SDAIIir*EK*^-J?rEENSTOWI('. I
'Xyf"ft5^~ ^..THE INMaN LINE, BAILING
yyiy^Wr^L SEMIWEEKLY, carrying the U.
c?mM?.mt S. Mais, consisting of the following
OITYOFPABIS, j. j
CITY OF B ALTIMORE,
CITY OF WASHINGTON, "
. u cr. . CITY, oF BOSTON*;,
Sailing every Salurday and every ahorna ts MOT day,
at 1 P.M., from Pier No. 46 North-River, New York. 1
BATES OF PASSAGE,
BY THE lum STEAJCEBS SAXLQIQ EVXBT SATUBDAY.
Payable in Gold. | Payab.? In Currency.
1st Cabla.?ioO i Steerage.$30
ls? Cabin to London.. 105 .^teoragoto London... 80
1st cabin to Paris... .116 | Steerage to Paris.46
Paaaage battas Monday eto mers-First Cab's f90,
gold; (steerage $3o; payable ia V. S. ourr?-noy.
Eat s of o iB-ttge irom Kew York to Halifax; Cabin.
$aj, Steerage, SiO; payable ic gold. , _
Passenger* also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,.
Bremen, tc, *t moderate ratee.
Steerage passa, e irem L verpool end Queenstown,.
?40 currency. Tlc?o o can be bought here by per?
sons sending for their ftienJs.
For farther informahon spply at the Company*? '
offices. JOVNG. DALE. Agent,
No. 16'Broadway, New York.
? February SO_ '';. j_chao .
THR?VOR TICKETS TO F LOR I OA? ' ;
BY CHABLESTON AND SAVANNAS SIEASS
PACKET LLNE-SEMI-WEEKLY VU BEAU? .
FORT AND BILTON Y KAL-WEEKLY* -
. .. VIA BLU?T02??. . roi
STEAMER PILOT BOY..Capt. W. T. MCNIXTT. ?
STEAMER FANNIE.. Oap*. F. Pres '
_ ^fT0,?t?. ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAM
^^?L^7?*? EB? will l.-ave Charleiton every
Monday ano Thursday Miokt at 12 o'clock] asa.
Savannah ev>-ry Weduesaay and Satwa?y Morn*,
ing, at 7 o'clock. >o >ebuigai Blofftoa os Mw'
dan, trip from Charlee. . ina Wednesday, (zip Ikea
Savannah. .? iW?is .
All Way Freight, also Llumen Wharfage, mus? bs .
For Freight or Paesace, apply to
JOSN FPltGn.soN, Accoma'Odatioe Wharf.
January 16 . . ..
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA, '
VIA SAVANNAH, FI-BNANDLNA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S
" Jp?k. .ITEAMEB8 DI TATOU AND
<f '^lij?iTn 1 v POlNi, w il leave Charleston
ever. Tuesday and Friday Eveninyt, at 9 o'cl'-ci.
for abova -.lacea, and sava nab every rVtdneeday and
Saturday, a, u o'cook P. M.
Steamer DICTA'l OB, Capt. L. M. COXZTTZB; salis
Tuesday Evening, .
Ste mer OILY POINT, Capt S. Assen, sails Fru
daj Bveni g.
For Freight or Passage ap?ly on board or at offlcs
of J. D. AIKEN A Co., Agents,
January 3 sou.b Atlantic Wharf.
FOR EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
_ ^TT^H. THE SIEAMER ST. HELENA.
-?T7'>*M?'^V? Captain D. BOTLE, wi? receive
Freight M Day, and leave To*Morrw> M omit. g.
at 10 o'clock, and Edi s to Wednnday M omi* g at S
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
JOHN fi. MURKAY, Market Wharf.
Marcha - ?. '
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