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VOLUME YI.-NUMBER 739.3t
CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK.
Our European Dispatches.
[FEB ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
LONDON, March G.-Disraeli was received
with cheers from both sides of the Honse. In
acknowledging tho compliment, he said the
Queen had entrusted him with the formation
of the cabinet, and he could n >t declino her
gracious offer. Thc policy of Lord Derby
would be followed in domestic, and that of
Lord Stanley in foreign, affairs.
Burk, Casey and Shaw were brought safely to
Newgate. No rescue was attempted.
LONDON, "March 6-Evening-Securities
. LrvERPOOT., March 6-Noon.-Cotton quiet
and unchanged; sales 10,000 bales; sales of the
week 77,000 bales; for export 13,000, for specu?
lation 12,000. Stock 327,000, including 186,000
Americpn. Breadotnfls Ann. OtheA steady.
LIVERPOOL, March 6-2. P. M.-Cotton ir?
regular but quotably ohang?d. Thc total
amount i float for Liverpool is 230,000 bales, in .
clrding 115,000 American. Breadstuffs firr.1
Provisions higher. Beef lls.6d. Pork 76s.Cd.
Lard 59s. Tallow 48s.6d.
LIVERPOOL, March 6- Evening-Cotton closed
irregular at about 9?d. on the spot; to irrive
9jd. to 9|d., Orleans 10$d. Sales 10,000 balos.
Manchester firm. Breadstufis firmer. Corn
41s.6d. Naval stores heavy.
Our Washington Dispatches,
DUDLEY FIELD TN THE M'ABDLE CASE-TAKING
THE OATH-HANCOCK NOT TO BE BELIEVED
THE ,;IBON-CLAD" MODIFIED-'ELECTION OF
SEN ATOE FBOK UAH YT, AND.
WASHINGTON, March 6.-?-Dudley Field, in
arguing the McArdle case, took the ground
that the preambles to tho Reconstruction bills
were false, hence the extreme measiuco were
unnecessary, ait well as unconstitutional. Tho
speech has been much praised.
Reverdy Johnson aldne took tho oath on a
Bible, which he called for; the other senators
simply held up the hand.
It is stated tlis t the President said last night
that General Hanccck would not bo relieved.
The Douse to-dr.y passed a bill modifying
the iron-clad oath for persons from whom
political disabilities have been removed by act
In the absence of Judge Chase the McArdle
caso was postponed to Monday.
At Annapolis, Maryland, on thc third ballot
to-day, George T. Vickers, of Eent County, was
elected United States Senator, vice Thomas.
He was an officer of the Union army.
The debt statement shows a decrease of
debt, less cash in the treasury, ol seven and a
half millions. Coin in the treasury one hun?
dred and six million five hundred thousand.
Currency twenty-one and throc-qnartcr mil?
lions. Tho revenue to-day five hundred thou?
There was a very short Cabinet session, in
which ail were present but tho Secretary of
War. , . i
WASHINGTON, i-iarch G.-ls THE SENATE a
communication was presented from tho Presi?
dent relative to consular interference tn Italy,
which was referred to tho Committee ou For?
The Secretary of the Treasury was asked
relativo to thc disposition of eight hundred
thousand dollars in the hands of Colonel Holc
bard, Chief Quartermaster Department of the
Gulf, accruing Irom the sale of captured and
.At 1 o'clock, Judgo Chase entered and called
the Senate to order. The journal of yester?
day's impeachment proceedings was read.
Judgo Chase announced that the first business
was a motion to postpone Wade's swearing un?
til othcrB were sworn. Dixon commenced
speaking; Drake called him to ordei under tho
procedure rules. Chase decided that the pro?
cedure rules could only apply after tho court
was organized. Drake appealed, but Chose
was sasta;ned by the following vote:
Yeas.-Anthony, Buckalew, Corbett, Davis,
Dixon, Fessenden. Foster, Frehnghuysen,
Grimes, Henderson, Hendricks, Johnson, Mc
Croery, Morrell, of Maine; Norton, Patterson,
of Tennessee; Pomeroy, Ross, Saulsbury, Sher?
man, Sprague, Van Winkle, Wiley, and Wil?
Nays.-Cameron, C?ttell, Chandler, Cole,
Conkling, Conness, Drake, Ferry, Harlan,
Howard, Morgan, Morrell, of Vermont; Mor?
ton, Nye, Stewart, Sumner, Thayer, Tipton,
Wilson and Yates-20.
Applause followed which was promptly sup?
pressed. The debato proceeded when Hen?
dricks withdrew his objection, when Wade was
sworn and the organization completed. How?
ard moved that the managers be informed.
Chase said boforo putting that question to the
Senate, the Chief Justice thinks it to bo hi?
duty to submit to tho Senate tho rules of pro?
cedure. In thc judgment of the Chief Justice
the Senate is now organized as a distinct body
from tho Senate, sitting in its legislative capa?
city. It performs a distinct function. The mem?
bers are uuder a different oath and the presiding
officer is not thc President'(emp?re, but tho
Chief Justice of the United States. Under
these circumstances tho chair concurs that the
rules adopted by the Senate in its legislativo
capacity are not rules for the government of
the Senate sitting for the trial of an impeach?
ment, unless they be also adopted by that
body. In this judgment of the chair, if it be
erroneous he desires to be corrected by the
judgment of the court. Therofore, if 1t be
" permitted, he will take the sense of tho House
on this question, whether the rules adopted on
the 6econd of March Bhall be considered as thc
rules for the proceedings in this body. The
Senate responded aye, and Chase enid then
those rulos will be considered the rules of this
The managers then entered, and at. their
instance, on morion a summons was issued to
the President, returnable on Friday thc 13th,
to which time the court adjourned.
Wade thon took t' Chair, and alter a short
legislative session, the Senato went into execu?
tive business, and after adjourned to Monday.
IN THE HOUSE the general business was un?
important. The impeachment managers were
allowed to Bit during tho sessions, scud for
portons and papers, and examino witnesses
Thc consid?rai ion <Jf the Tennessee election
c2?te was resumed, when tho bil! relieving But?
ler from political disabilities was passed by a
vote of 88 to 28.
A bill was introduced relieving John Young
Brown from political disabilities, and which
was roferrod to the Committee on Elections,
when the Houso adjourned.
Thc Reconstruction Conventions.
I . VTBOINIA.
RICHMOND, March G.-Tho convention to?
day adopted a clause (."isfraiichiBing all who
gave aid and comfort to thc rebellion, after
having taken au oath to support the-Constitu?
tion of the United States. An amendment to
modify the meaning of "aid and comfort" so
aB to except acta of kindness by parents to
their sons in tho so-called Confederate army or
voting for the secession ordinance was defeat?
ed. Another clause was adopted disfranchis?
ing all officers in the rebellion ?have the rank^
of major in tho army, or first lieutenant in the
ATLANTA, March C.-The vote on the parti?
tion of Congressional Districts was re-consid?
ered, and some change in the counties made.
Edwards, from Taylor .County, was unani?
mously nominated for Congress from the Third
NOBTH CAE OLIN A.
RALEIGH, March 6.-The immigration bureau
scheme was killed. The report on edHcation
pnssed its second reading by a strict party
vote. The' university and all publje schools
are thrown opjn nuke to whites and blacks.
All persons aie compelled to send their chil?
dren to pnblic schools for sixteen months be?
tween the ages of five and eighteen years of j
age. This compels the poor whites to send
I their children to the same school with negroes.
I Large powers are conferred upon the Superin
' tendent ol' Public Instruction. Ashley, of
JIassaqhusetts, is nominated for that office.
Affairs in Louisiana.
ANOTHER OF HANCOCK'S OBSESS BETOKED BY
GBANT-GENEBAL STEADMAN A . DEMOOBATIO
NEW OBLEANS, .March 6.-General Hancock
has Issued an order which states that, by
direction of General Grant, so much of a pre?
vious order as rehoves William Baker from the
office of. Street Commissioner for tho City of j
Now Orleans, and appointed George D. Field
in iris place, is hereby revoked, and iho said
William Baker is reinstated.
Genoral James B. Steadman has been nomi?
nated one of tho delegates of the State o
Louisiana, to represent the State at large in
the National Democratic Convention.
Affairs in Alabama.
A GANG OF NOBTHEBN BOGUES IN THE SOUTH
. GEN. MEADE ON CIVIL APPOINTMENTS.
MONTGOMERY, March 6.-Two of the men who
were arrested in this city about ten days ago
for burglary and attempting to blow open a
safe in a banking house, have been tried and
convicted. It WSB shown on the trial that they
aro thieves from New York", and that a gang of
them were operating in the Southern ckios.
The t ,vo convicted claim the names of Mayer
md Franklin, bnt one of them is known in
\'ew York as "Black Dan," a noted thief and
louse breaker. They will be sentenced to the
In response to an application to Gen. Meade
br tho appointment of an alderman for one ot
bc wards of this city, ho replies to tho mayor
hat unless thore is urgent necessity for it ho
iocs not desire to maka any appointment os
ho ??opie will soon bc called on to elect one
if thoir own choice.
Markt t Reports.
NEW YOBK, March ti.-Noon.-Flour 5al0c
etter. Wheat quiet and firm. Corn ta2c bot?
ar. Pork dull at $24 85. Lard heavy at 15a 1 Cc.
btton dull and drooping at 25c. Freights
nil. Turpentine quiet at 70aZ5c. Bosiu steady;
rained and i^aimiin $3 50. Old Bonds 1102 50,
EVENING.-Cotton opened dull and a shade
iwer, but closed more steady under better
ivcrpool n'dvieeB; sales 4000 bales at 24^825,
osing at 25. Flour lOal? better; more do
lg; Southern $9 60al4 75. Wheat la2 better,
om active; White Southern $1 20al 25; Yellow
L 30. Pork heavy anti lower; now $24 GO; old
23 30. Lard lower at 14ial5J. Turpentine
2Aa73. BOB?U $3 25a7. Freights quiet; on
otton by steam ?d. Sixty-two coupons 110A.
old 41$. Sterling dull at9$.
BALTIMORE, March G.-Colton firm at 25c.
lour fiim; good Superfino in demand. Wheat
rm. Corn firmer; White $112al 13; Yellow
I 14al 16. Oats dull at 78a80. Bye scarce;
i good demand at $175al78. Provisions
CXNQTNNATX, March c.-Flour firm, with a fair
emand. Corn firm at 84a85. Provisions quiet
nd unchanged. Nothing of importance done
AUGUSTA, March C.-Cotton firm; sales 750
ales. Beceipts 420 bales. Middlings 23a
SAVANNAH, March 6-Cotton very quiet, little
ffering and no demand. Sales only 33 bales
fiddlings nominally 25c. Beceipts 1460 bales.
WILMINGTON, March C.-Spirits Turpentine
loscd firm at 67. ? Rosin steady; strained $2 40;
ow No. 1, $3. Cotton quiet and nominal; Mid
Lling 23. Tar firm tit $2 30.
THE BURNING OF BARNUM'S MUSEUM.-The
ollowing particulars of tho second conflagra
ion 'vinci] has destroyed Barnum's famous
nirscum ir. New York, will be road with in
The fire broke out shortly after midnight in
Jamima's Museum, in the portion occupied
pr Van Amborg's Monagenc. So rapidlv did
ho flames Bpread that it was found impossible
o save any of the larger animals. The veils
d'the animals, as the flames reached them,
rere appalling, and they bounded from side to
ide, or darted madly against tho bars of their
!ages, in vain efl'oits to freo themselves. A
bw animals, among them u kangaroo, a small
eopard, a few monkeys, together with tho peh
an and a variety of" other small birds were
gotten out. The electrical machino was also
aved. On thc Mercor-strcet side the police
,nd others were more successful. The giraffe,
wo camels, a pail- of Japanese cows, a Bur
uese cow, a lama and a variety of small ani?
??is were got out. Many ot them had narrow
scapes, and a few were slightly singed. TJJJB
ircuicn were at work at another fire in Spring
Ireot, and whou they arrived the building was
t rapped in flames. In a short time the in
erior was burned out, and the adjoining build
ngs seriously damaged. The side of the Prcs
ott House was on fire at one time, but was
aved by extraordinary exertions. Tho thieves
ii thc confusion, managed to appropriate a
onsiderable amount of property. Several
poe tutors were relieved of their watches end
-allots. Thc loss on tho museum autLcon
euts, including Van Amburg's menagcrio,
rill amount to $500,000 ; insured, but to what
mount could not bo learned. The basement
f 539, occupied as a restaurant ; loss in stock
bout $2500 ; insured. Basement of 451, occu?
red by Scrgtcr und Clinton as a sample room,
ist on liquor and fixtures, $50,000. No. 537,
uur-slory building, occupied on the fourth
loor by P. Franl;euheimer, on the third by
ieisige, dealer in furs, on the second by John
Viley, book publisher, and on the floor by B.
Lanar, optician-all lose heavily on stock by
?rc and water. No. 545, occupied on the first
loor hy thc Elliptic Sewing Machine Companv,
m thc second by Mr. Hall, muBic publisher,
md tuc upper floor bv various parties, all
inffenng heavily. Thc upholstery store of S. F.
reland, on Morecr-strcct, in the rear, was
turned out. Several other parties lost heavily.
Ul the people m tho museum were saved.
Sale day doings in Yorkville are thus noted
n the Enquirer :
The assignees in bankruptcv of Moore A Bai?
ley, li. ??. Moore- and Moore, Baincv & Co. sold
-n Monda;.- the large brick store oil the corner
if Mam-street, opposite the courthouse, for
?5500 cash. The assignees in bankruptcv1 of
liiomas Davies, sold two tracts of land,
imounting in tho aggregate to seven hundred
icres, for $2780 cash. The assignees in bank
uptcy of Daniel Williams, sold.eighteen aries
if land lying noar York, for $7 65 per acre. Thc
irdiuary sold a tew tracts of land at priceB ,
anging from twenty-five cents to five dollars ]
>er acre. Tho sheriff was quiet. j j
INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON.
THE PB0GBE8S OF IMPEACHMENT-BADICAL SEN?
ATOES LF.GLNNING TO REALIZE THE CONSE?
QUENCES -VADE UNPOPULAR AS PRESIDENTOF
THE SENATE- THEIR FEARS OF TTTTVf AS PRESI?
DENT OF THE UNITED STATES VICE JOHNSON
REMOVED-WHAT A LEADING BADICAL SENATOR
SAYS-THE AMENDED ARTICLES OF IMPEACH?
As the impeachment^ movement progresses
step by step men begin to realize its impor?
tance and estimate its consequences, Parjicu
larly is this the case among Radical Senators,
who cannot avoid, however cautions they may
try to beK giving somo intimation as to the pri?
vate views of the party, and of the probable
motives and feelings which more or less must
conti'ol their action, oven while sitting as a
Court of Impeachment. The Washington cor?
respondent of the Baltimore Gazette writeB
under date of Tuesday last:
There ?B good reason to believe, in the first
place, that tho present presiding officer of the
Seuate, Ben. Wade, is very unpopular, even
with his Radical colleagues. It is very certain
that he could not now receive over onerthird
of the 8enate for tfio position he alreadv
holds, and the peculiar circumstances of tho
case only prevent tho" Senate from select?
ing another presiding officer. Just at this
time, leading Senators say this would be done
but for the fact that it would appear tho Sen?
ate had determined in advance to convict, and
was selecting mother man for tho succession.
This is all which now saves the neck of tho
lover of Mother Goose's melodies from 'being
wrung. It is also whispered around, confiden?
tially, in Radical c?reles, that tho fact toat
Wade would succeed to the Executive power
should Mr. Johnson be removed, will be a
strong card in favor of tho latter. Fessendcn,
Trumbull and Grimes despise him, and
his colleague, Sherman, charges that his
profanity, moro than anything else, lost
the Badical party the Ohio Legislature. Again,
it is said that apprehensions aro entertained
that il Wade should hold the rems of power
Chandler will be the driver, and will run tho
machine to suit his own purposes. This ap?
prehension is understood to be entertained by
several of the leading liadical Senators and
fears are expressed among the impeachers that
it will endanger several votes. Wade and
Dhandler wore on tho waf committee together,
ind those who probably know say Chandler's
influence over Wade is Buch-Chat ho would bo
iblo, at loast, to divido tho honors of tho Presi
lenti&l office, if ho did not ass:.me to direct
;ho whole machinery. All theso facts, tho im
leaohers say, embarrass their movo tienta and
nay defeat their purposes. A leading Radical
Je?ator to-night doclor d to your corrcspon
lont that be would feel much moro certain of
ax. Johnson's conviction, if Fesseuden or
[Turnbull was President of the Seuato.
The movement of the impeachers in tho
louse to-day to amend their articles, has lcd
o much amusing comment on the streets.
Phe reconstruction measures wore amended
emi-annually, but the articles of impeachment
oncocted, reported .ai d pasBcd under tho
peration of a gag law are less than a day old,
.hon il is found necassary to commence
mending and underpinning tho shaky fabric.
Hevens declared that without his .article they
ould never convict the President of any crime",
nd Butler was equally confident if his amend?
ient was omitted there would he nothing left
n which to try Mr. Johnson. Mr. Wilson, thu
hairmon of the comtniitco. was tho only niem?
ur who objected lo the adoption o? Butler's
inendment, and he made a strong speech
gainst it. Ho evidently holds Butler in great
ontempl, as was manifested to-day in his mail?
er and language. It is understood amone: thu
radicals to-night that the urticles as am-.-ndod
ill be certainly reported to-tho Sonate to
?orrow. That" anticipating tho patching pro?
sas so soon bv tho House, tho Smatoln-d.ty
ad eovon oushioncd seato placod beforo Bon
i'adb's dualt far tito accommodation of tho
sven managers, and tho serge.mt-at-aim.s
)ok his position at thtdQortoahii?uiic?Lth"1"
utmier, Howard and othor? 011 n'e '1tU
ive and directing their glances at l ite mani
atranco, and one of the more enterprising
jrrespondonts of tho press, to bo in advance
fall competition, flashed off tho news that thc
immittoo bad appeared at the bur of thc Sen?
te and reported the articles ot impoac. ment.
Tlie patching process, however, had com
>enccdtn the House and tho performances of
10 Senate was postponed for another day. The
jnators sottlod themselves awaiti lazily in
mir seat? to liston to a two hours speech on
ie finances from Mr. Moirill, of Vermont,
he impoochmeut articles will be reported to?
il irrow, and it is understood tho Senato will
ext day organizo themselves into a court and
rocced at ODCO to proparo for tho trial.
JENES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-A
' . FUSS IN THE FAMILY.
A correspondent of tho New York Herald,
ri ting on Monday last, says:
After the adoption of the articles of impeach- .
lent to-day tho House proceeded to olect I ju
lauagers. You aro already in possession of
leir names; but vou haye not heard ol' a little
cene that preceded tho election. Tickets, it
Berns, had been prepaied with the names of
lie candidates for managers with names writ
3n thereon. On these tickets thp name of
lr. Stevens appeared first, then Mr. Butler's,
nd then Mr. Bingham's. Tho order of prece
ence on the tickot.s had been agreed upon iu
aucus on Saturday night, whou it was resolv
d that Mr. Stevens should bc made chairman
nd Mr. Butler hold tho next place, with thc
nderstanding that the latter would have to do
11 the heavy work, as it was considered that
Old Thad"' would bo physically incapable of
.earing up against tho arduous duttos ho
.ould have to perform as tho mouthpiece and
laster spirit of the managers.
When thc time for election- carno to-day,
lOwover, an unlooked for rumpus occurred.
Ix. Bingham, insulted and mortified to llud
limsolf below Butlor ou thc ticko:, gave vent
0 his feelings in a most decided manner. Ho
ras heard to exclaim, while he knocked on his
lesk with closed fist, 'Til bo d-d if I servo
tnder Butler; a iran who denounced mo t-j tho
ountry as a murderer. It is no use to argue,
jontleinen, I won't do it." A crowd ol' friends
assembled around the excited member from
)hio and endeavored to calm his excitement
>y reasoning. Mr. Boutwcll, of Massachusetts,
ippealed to Mr. Bingham to bo calm and let
hings go on quietly, au tho order couid easily
>e arranged after tho election; but Bingham
vas inexorable and inappeasable. Ho repeated
lis determination not to serve under Butler,
md not to allow himself to go before tho coun
rv under auy circumstances as playing second
iddlo to the'Lowell statesman.
Mr. Bingham's manner was so emphatic and
tarnest that there was nothing loft but to make
1 change, oven at thc eleventh jour. Should
3ingham back out of impeachment, even alter
tommittin.r himself so strongly, no ono couid
lay what would bo the consequence 'Hie state
>f the case was, therefore, hastily explained to
be bulk ot the Republican members, and thc
?esult was that when thc volo was announced
?ingham appeared at the head of tho hst,
Joutwoll next, Buller near the tail,- and old
['had bringing up the tip end. This was a
indden prostration of "B. B." and a corrcs
jonding elevation of "J. B.," his deadly one
ny. So much for a littlo vigorous oloq'uoucc
?ot intended for tho public ear.
PBOPOSED ACTION IN THE SENATK.
The first thing the prosecution in the iiu
jeachment trial is expected to du is to chal
engc Senator Patterson, of Tennessee, aa
)eing allied to the Presideut by such close,
private and pcreonal relations as to be deemed
iredisposed in his convictions about tho merita
)f the case. The defence will also, it is said,
diallenge Ben. Wade, on the ground of holi?
ng a personal interest in the trial, and there
ore bringing a biased judgment to ils con
iideration. Thc romovolof theso two will h av o
io other effect on tho ultimate vervdict than a
?impie pairing off.
A HITCH TN THE PEOGEAMME.
A Washington dispatch of Tuesday night to
,ho Baltimore Sun says:
An unexpected hitch occurred to-day in the
mpeachment proceedings in Congress. It
vas last night considered certain that. ?V.e im
Deachmcnt managers would, by ono o'clock
;his afternoon, present lo the Senate the ar?
ticles adopted yesterday in the House, and that
i legal ratification of the proceedings, and a
?ummons to appear and answer would thia
?vening be sorved upon tho President; but ii
ippears that when tho managers met this
norning, new articles wore proposed bv
Messrs. Butler and Stevens, and upon these
propositions iruite an animated discussion
arose. The Butler article wis adopted
managers by four against hreo votes
Stevens' article, after some objections urj
his colleagues, and alteration being mac
When the managers cam? upon the fl<
about three o'clock, some ?U?VO canvassi
stani!/ took place to defeat lae Butler a
which is substantially what vas voted do
the House yesterday. Two o:the manage
dustrioualy moved among thi members tc
opposition to the articles noned. Tho I
crats, who had been dividd yesterday
the policy of voting for Butler's article, in
as they said to load the imfeachment wil
surd;hes, and increase th?<omph'cations<
prosecution, this afternoon determined tc
with Butler, and some of tacm did so, th
securing the adoption of tba mielo.
Just before tbo vole was tiken the pul
of the Democrats became kiown to a po
of the Republicans, who b?cane alarmed
there mieht bo .some deo scheme hi
under tho avowed purposo, md becauso, ii
opinion of some, the Butler article would
immense latitude to discu?sioi and necess
involve tho "examination of agreat numb
witnesses, Such a result weald, to some
tsnt, defeat Hie plans of -the enders in th(
peaebment project, which, ti be perfecta
cording to the design, mustie consuman
and Mr. Johnson must be renoved during
Tne adoption of the Butlei article, there:
bar? disturbed tho previous harmony and c
pact co-operation of the Republicans in
House upon the impeachment prosecution,
hus, for tho first time sinci its inaugurai
?fiven partial satisfaction tc the opponent
There appears to be no dornt now.that
articles will be presented w tho 8enate
morrow, and a summons wil' be served u
Mr. Johnson to-morrow afternoon, requ?
him to answer at au early da; next week.
It is given out to-night tint two adclitii
articles of impeachment will bo adopted by
From members of tho Soiato it is'lean
that that body has not deieimined to take
further action upon nomination* until a
imneachment is disposed of, Tho subject
been informally discussed ly tho Senate,
no docision hns beenangreed upon.
The President has reported, in all, ab
thirty cases of suspension ol otneors under
tenure of offico law. Only two of these cn
hnvo beon actod upon finally by the Beni
viz : The Stanton suspension and tho case c
postmaster in Virginia.
Thc President to-day directed General Gr
to order Goueral Sickles to join his own re
ment, the 42d infantry, at Mackinaw, Michig
rUE M'ABDLE CASE IN TEE SUPREME CODE
SPEECH OF JUDGE BLACK.
In the Supremo Court of rho United Stn
>n Monday Inst, the McArdlc test case,' invc;
n:> thc constitutionality cf tko Reconstruct;
icts, was argued on its merits. Mr. Jeremi
3. Block commend.cl tho nrgpnent in behalf
tho petitioner, whe had been charged with a
irrested for nn alleged violation of tho Beet
itructiou acts, thus causing a disturbance
he public ponce, disorder and violenco, and
toing jrciiry of Jibel in tho publication of ci
ain articles in ibe \1cksburgTimes, calcul?t
nd intended to impede the reconstruction
he Southern States. Tho jase carno up
.cute from ihe circuit courtfor thc Southe:
istrict of Mississippi.
Mr. Black said that RIcArdlo had been d
lounccd by certain public neu lor Langua|
rhich ho ndruittcd was CO&no, but mt mo.
0 thau public writers were m tho habit
sin:.'. Thc piusuinptiou wus that ho waa ii
logent, of crime. Nevirlhek-fS, General Ol
uused him to bc arrested wit! out warrantai
nprisoned, and after havimr been held in cn
ody he waa sent boforc a board o? officer
.hero ho was trica, but it win no more a trii
lian a slajjo play. Compared with the event
utended ti> bc representedLJi might be calle
farce but for the fact th?^Ka-^^-^"^???'
1 tho petitir.imrn c^^e-a^cTpTiuit:
[is wli?ii? ^-ow,c<^C0D8'a,f!" ,n publishing cei
nrnclcH in lila newspaper. But it wu
[triona to observe in how many aspects th
ah regarded, in the first piuco they say:
tts a libel. It certainly was no mUi'.muiatbr
bel sgainsttbo law? of Mississippi, for th
lihtary officers wera not on^aged i? vindica!
K; thc dignity nf that Stale. They were thor
j execute the lawa ol tho United States. The;
mied thu very existence of a Stato govern
lent in Mississippi, and tuc validity of al
it waa alleged that tho petitioner, by hil
ublicatious, committcd n breach of the peace
iicrj was certamly nobody, excepting tbosi
ho had been trained m tho bureau of military
istice, who would say that he was guilty of i
roach of Ibo pence. Such proceedings migh
jinctimcs teud to provoke a breach of tin
eace, and they did so on this occasion. Gen
rd committotl a lawlens act when ho broke
ito tho petitioner's house and directed that he
c carried to pnson.
Tho-publications, it is said, wore inteudod tc
ltiinidntc votera. Tho Stale election was
oing on, which was superintended entirely bj
lie army, which, by moans ol bayonot6, drove
no set of voters to thc polls and unotber awaj
?om them. Tho whole thing ?ps nccomphsh
d by naked lorron-m, and when :u> unarniod
nd peacoable man .expressed his opposition to
itch proceedings through hi? own newspaper,
o was told ho should not do so, aud wasordrr
d iuto custody. Which of the two parties waa
uilty of intimidation-tho aci used or the ac?
It was said Hint McArdlc hbderoireconalruc
ion. Cons ress desired that a certain eonsti
iti.m or fonu ot soverunieut should ho adopt
d andsuLn.ilio i to tho people for their dc
isiou, and it MUS submitted to a portion only
f tho people oi Mississippi. Hie act of Con?
reas made a 8hOW for the oxpresRion of np
ruuation or disauprobation. Mr. McArdlo
.ns not amoug those who were in favor of tk?t
? institution, anti this was stid to be hiudorim,'
?construction, tho commission of a crime
.hieb thoic waa a right to punish.
No Jndge who brd a comprebinsion of Ins
utv "would ask a man lo plead to a tissue of
bsurdities liko that. Yet if Ibo trial of Me?
ld1:- bad -one em before a military board he
.oui-l uol have had tho slightest chanco of
bcapo, but v,.ndd hnvo been convicted. Mili
jrv commissions i-ovcr disappoint the cxpec
itiuns oi those who order them-. If he had
cen eouvictcJ nobody c.mld anticipate) or cov.
L'ciuro what punishment would huve been in
icte-d. If Hiov could convict him without
v..:>t thev could punish him without measure.
. ii'-v l^d'jusL as good a right to contenue bim
0 the gullowa as to fine him.
If General Ord had desired tho b ood of thir,
ian, and to take his Ufo to settle tho question
lOtween them, ho bad several means m his
lower to ac.-omphah such purposo. He could
iave gone to his cell and strangled him with
lis own hands, or sont half a dozon men to
hoot him, or procured thc sentence of a mil?
lar}- commission lo hang him. All these
bingo would unquestionably be consistent.
)anicl Webster said, years ngo, that miiita
v com missions were aiways organized to cou
McArdle claimed that bc wns entitled toa
rial by jury. The military commission bad
riven no reason for refusing it. 1 bo appli?
qu ion had been treated with contempt. Ho
?lr. Black) submitted to the court if ti tu?
rana! ol this r-oi-L would refuse, either on ac
ount of ignorance or indlsposr ion, to decido
1 question (if thia laud on this fundamental
)omt, bow could it decide on points moro nu
This individual, McAidle.is trying to escape
.8 a fugitive from persecution, lie bas fled
imo for spfet v, mid bc bas laid his bauds on
:uo hoios of thin altai, and he asus for justice.
L'ho broad ernest ion involved does not particn
arly concern bim, but e very man who lives or
?moa within Ihi! jurisdiction ot the Liutr-d
States, and who is liable tobo similarly treated.
.Vbon von answer this question, you will nn
iwer a constitiitionr.1 question, und determine
ho rights of all thc people, auej abapo their
teatimes for ?di time to come.
It was said that tho acts oi Congress winch
lUlborizod tho proceedings of winch the peti
ioner complained was in the spirit ot tho eon
ititution. There was a rule of construction
vbich uo court should disregard, viz: Thai not
mlv the intent but the words of the law should
.io eo plain tli.it. it would bo impossible to raia
afce. Xbeao ads. t>f Congress admitted no
sLa.le ol ambvuifcv. Tliey were intended to
leny the regular nelmmistrntinn of justice to
me sect.on of the country. If ibo acts v. ere
ralid, then the trial by jury was abolished in
tn Staus of the Uui?n, and might be abol
siicd m all thc remainder when Coujre-ss
night think proper. Thew was no cha?es ol'
.:<-apo for the people from the "body of this
loath" except by saying that these lteconstnic
i0u acts arc mill und void.
If these acts are found to be in conflict with
the constitution, the course to be pursued ii
very simple. No person engaged in the exer?
cise of power can ever perform anything valid
unless he keeps himself within the limit of thu
grant. The agent cannot bind his principa,
beyond tho scope of his .authority. In. Eng?
land, where tho monnrch is the depository o'"
sovereign power, and all are subject and swear
personal alleerLuc -., the theory is that the kinj:
can do no wrong, yet if ho evar cross the lint
of legal prerogative the courts say his acts are
void. He alluded to the act of Louis Phillipp*
making the power to suppress rebellion an ex*
cuso to send Geoffrey b' fore a military com
mision, and the declaration of the court thal
i ho order was void. He then analyzed the or?
ganization and limitation of the three depart?
ments of our government, showing that if s
State undertake to do what the gener?lgovern?
ment alone can perform, tho law is void, and
when tho general government undertakes to
rontrol matters within the legitimate functions
of tho State, the law is, in like manner, void.
He maintained that if one department of this
government transgress the boundary of power,
it is surely the duty ol the others to resist it,
in so for as not to lenci its aid and assistance
in carrying out tho act, bocauso if they do so
they become participants in tho crime of usur?
pation. The way to decide tho constitutionali?
ty of this act ot Congress in question was to
compare it with thc constitution itself, and if
found inconsistent, thc matter of fact is that
one goes to the ground and the constitution
becomes stronger for tho attack made on it.
Nobody over pretonded not to understand
che general scope ?md genius of tho constitu?
tion, for it glitters all over with the light of
liberty. We understand that this act of Con?
gress is a gross violation of tho constitution.
It is not only an exercise of ungranted pow?
er, but a seizure of power roscrved to (bc
people themselves, and expressly forbidden,
ami after toking it in keeping it wields the
power to take away tho very rights which
tho constitution waa trarued on purpose to
Tiio act of Congress totally overthrows the
governments iu thc ten Southern States. Lu
the Northern States no military force is allow?
ed to bo at Hie polia. In tho South the milita?
ry officers drivo up men to tho polls and drive
others away. They superintend the stuffing
ot ballot-boxes, ana if the result docs not suit
their purposo they throw them aside. Hore
we have a free press. It claims as largo a
charter as tho wind, to blow on whom it
pleases, 'l here, if the editor of a newspaper
attempts to exproes an opinion, he docs it at
the poril of being dragged before a military
Mr. Blank said Congress has no right to pun?
ish a single individual lor the most atrocious
crime, oven on confession of guilt, becauso
this would bo a usurpation of power. Much
less lnvo they tho right to hy nine millions at
onco on a bili of pains nncl penalties, and con?
vict them behind their backs without not.co
and lionring. But whether this law is consti?
tutional or not, whether it is outside of tho
constitution or not, ia a ihing fixed and deter?
mined in thc case of Mulligan.
Mr. Black suspended his remarks, owing to
indisposition, and will concludo them to-mor?
row. In nddition to Mr. Black, David Dudley
Field, and Judge Sharkey appear for McArdle,
and Messrs. TiumbtiU and Carpenter lor the
DARBJ - MAO RATH.-On tho 3d March, by thc
Rov. Dr. J NO. FORREST, nt thc residence of tho
bride's Dither, WlU: IA 'i K. DABBY. to Miss VMLLY
il., eldest daughter cf the Hon. A. O. MAGRATH,
both of this oity. . *
MATRIS-DAY.-IM Ed-e?. ld, S. C., on (he 25th
ult, by the Very Rev. Dr. Bmanxo?.vM, Ol' Charles?
ton, CHARMS A. MATHIS, I'sq.. to tites EMltA F.
DAY, oldo.-.t dan; hie ol JULIUS DAT, Esq. *
OsTENDORFF-\N-Ef.-m Walhalla, S. C.. on
tho 27t? ult, at thc li. L. church, b. Rov. CARL
WEBER, Mr. HENRY I. OSIENDORIF. of Charles?
ton, to Miss CARRIE Id. AN.^EE, ol' Walhalla. *
?3" 'I'll-: t'.clativc-i, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of Mr. H! NRY TUEN, and of Mr. and
.Mrs. Jerrx 'IHEE, ar?' icspodfully invited to attend
thc Fuuer.-.i Services o? the former, from his late
roi ?dence. Bay-street, Hampstead, at Three o'clock
This Aftern on. March 7
UV Tsic Members or thc Uortnnn Kirc
Company ar^ requested to attend the Funeral Ser?
vices of Mr. HENRY PLEIN, at Threo o'clock This
Af temor n. irr.ru his lale rosicV-nce, m Ray-elrcct,
Hampstead. They will parado in citizen's dress.
By order of tho Prosidont.
March 7 * J. J. BORGER, Secretary.
KS- ORPHAN HOUSE CHAPEL.-THE
?'ev. WILLIAM S. BOWMAN, of tho Wentworth
strect Lutheran Church, will perform Divino ser
vire in this Chapel To-Morruw Afternoon, 8th Instant,
at i o'clock. 1 March 7
?.COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.-THE
public examination ef tho GRADUATING CLASS of
1808 will bc held io tin: President's Room, at the Col?
lege, Monday, March 0, at 11.50 A. M. Tho Honorable
the President and Members of thc Board ol Trus
tco?, thc Honorable) the Mayor and Members of the
City Council, the Rovcri-nd Clergy, tho P?renla aud
Guardians ol the Student*, and the-Public generally
L.re invited to attend.
By order of the Faculty.
March 7 Acting Secretary Faculty.
?5- SOU i'll CAROLINA, CHARLESTON
D1STRIC I -IN CHA> CEi.Y.-OFFIt E C F THE
BEGIB] ER IN EQ< HY.-RT. REV. P. N. LYNCH,
D.D., vs. PETER GUTEN AND OTHERS-BILL
FOR SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.-It appearing to
my satisfit :??on that PLIER GREEN and PATRICK
liREt-N, two ol tho defendants in this cause, are ab?
sent fi om ai d reside i eyon i tho limit* ol this State,
=o (hnt thc ordii o:y procesa of tho Court caun it be
served on thom, on motlou oi II. P. O'CONNOR,
Euq., Complainant's solicitor. Ordered that the said
defendants, PETER BREcN and PATRICK GREEN,
clo appear and pica l, answer cr demur to thia bill
within lorty dajs irom the publication of this Order,
in Order pKO confessa will b;; gran.cd and entered
against them. JAMES L. GANTT',
Registrar in Equity, CbaiTe-ton District.
March6th, 1808. lelUd-I ' Maich 7
?ts- 'THE FRANKLIN BUICK MACHINE'
is guaranteed, with eight men and two horses, tc
make TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED TO THIRTY
FIVE HUNDR1D FIRST-CLASS BRICKS PEE.
HOUR, and by steam FOUR THOUSAND TO sEVES
THOUSAND PER HOUR, according to rhc facilities
for removing them. I oiler to dem?nstrate these
tacts by uucklncs in actual operation.
J. H. RENICK,
No. 71 Broadwuy, N. Y., Rodin No. 28.
February 20 _s8_
es- now io POISON CHILDREN .-?-GET
a Wot Nur.-c with some taint or impure blood (re?
member, "tho sins ol the lather are visited upon tho
children unto the fourth generation".) A substitute
lor healthy Breast-milk, containing, by analy.-is, all
its mgrcdiouts, is COMSTOC 'S RATIONAL FOOE.
It i3 used by thc t cst physicians.
US- NO CURE NO PAY.-DIL FORREST1 i
"JUNIPER TAU" i.? warranted lo cure Congi,
Croup, Thro.it aud Lung Diseases, of whatever
nature, it not hopelessly bod-ridden, or Ute price wi 1
ue positively refunded. INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF
PRODUCED. Try it, and it' u-.t satisfied return the
.enpty hollies and get your money back. For sa c
;.y druggista everywhere.
Frico por bottle-S3 eeula.
L. CHAPIN CO., General Agcnis.
No. 'ie Hayne-strect, i hsrleaton, s, C.
February 30 IhstnSmoa
SGT THE TDIE HAS NOW COME WI ?EN
the celebrated and wonder-working PALMETTO
HAIR RENEWER, which is-so popular all through
thc Southern Siatjs, can bo obtained at Wholesale
and Retail of tho principal Druggists in South Caro
lina. DOvViK & MOISE,
Wholosalo Agent?, Charleston, S. C.
February ll tuthsl'.:
?-REOPENING OF SPRING-STREET M.
E.- CH?BCH SOUTH.-Services will be conducted
in this Ch arch To-Morrow Morning, et 10K o'clock,
by Rev. A. M. CHREITZBERG, P. E. ; and in the Af?
ternoon, at 3K o'clock, by Rev. F. A. MOOL.
. Varch 1 1
OS- CITY HALL, MAYOR'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, March 4, 1868.-M. H. NATHAN,
I Esq., Chief of Fitt Department-Sra: li is hereby
! made your duty, siter the occurrence of a fire, to In?
vestigate the cause and origin of the same, and to
report the remit of snob investigation tn writing to
Ry order of the Mayor.
WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT, )
CHARLESTON, March 5th, 1868. J
I^ob edie nco of above order from his Honor the
Maybr, notl.ie is hereby given that Immediately after'
the occurrence of a fire, a rigid examination will be
made as to the causes and origin of same, and the
presence of parties, when summoned to give evi?
dence in the matter, will be required.
M. H. NATHAN,
March 6 6 Chief Fire Department
as- N O TIC E.-L, MARY ANN FL* NN,
wife ol THOMAS FLYNN, residing at No. 93 Market
street, formerly carrying on business as Billiard
Saloon and T?vern Keeper, Nos. 126 and 127 Meet?
ing-street, do hereby gWe notice that I intend to
trade and carry on business ss a Sole Trader in one
month from the date hereof.
MARY ANN FLYNN.
February 25_ruths Imo
as- N O TI C E.-L JOHANNAH LEV1N
SHON, wife of JACOB LEVTNSHON, residing at No. 10
Beaufuin-atreet, hereby give notice that one month
after date I shall carry on business as ? FREE*
Charleston, February 28, 1868.
February 29 . sw 9
?.TEY THEM. -MANY PERSONS
have within this summer experienced the benefits to
bo derived from tho use of PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BIT?
TERS. We'would recommend them to all who stand
in need of a tonic. 0
For sole by all Druggists. s October 6
OS* BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Halt Dye is the best in the world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tint*; remedies the UT effects of bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumera; and
properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory, No. 16
Bond-street New York. lyr January 14
asr A FEW WORDS TO THE LADLES.
Many ladle?, particularly mothers nursing, com?
plain of a tired, listless feeling, or complete exhaus?
tion, on orbing in the morning. On the wife and
mother devolves the responsibility of regulating the
di.tics of tbo household. Her cores are numerot.s,
and tho mental as weU as physical powers are fre?
quently caUed into requisition. She often finds her
slightest occupation a weary task and existence a
burden, while at the same timo she has no regular
disease. EOSTETTER'S STOMACH RITTERS, if
resorted to at this period, wiU prove an unfailing
remedy for this annoying lassitude. The effects of
this potent agont are soon seen in the rosy cheek
und elastic step of the head of the famfly, as with
restored health and renewed spirits she tokes her
iiecustomcd place in the family circle. If this friend
in need be regularly used, thoso depressing symp?
toms V?ill- norcr liq f?r>rap1nfnr"t nr. i.nrl ual .rtliljr^
would lassitude not be experienced, but many dis.
eisos following its advent be avoided. As a MEDI?
CAL AOENT it has no equal, while its pleasing flavor
uud healthful effects have made it a general favorite,
lt is fn e from all properties calculated to Impair the
nystcm, uud iU operations are at once mild, sooth?
ing and efflriout. All who bavo used the Bitters,
AT i EST ITS VIRTUES and commend it to use.
Mareil 2 6
t)S- 1HE GREAT PRESERVER OF
?EALTH. - TARRAN rs EFFERVESCENT SELT?
ZER APERIENT can always be relied upon as a
ileasant, mik!, speedy and positive cure in all cases
if Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head
urne, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint,
biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
[nflamatory Complaints where a gentle cooling ca
hartic is required; so says the Chemist so says the
Physician, BO says the groat American Public of the
Heed ye them, and be not without a bottle in the
?ouse. Before life is imperilled, deal Judiciously
nth tho symptoms ; remember that the slight internal
lisurders of to-day may become an obstinate incura
>lc disease to-morrow.
Manufactured only by the sole proprietors, TAR
?ANT k CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Greon
vich and No. 100 Warren streets Now York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mo February 22
?.NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
br Young Men, on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
Diseases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
vhich create impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure
neons of rebel. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
if charge. Address Dr. J. SKLLLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Ass elation, Philadelphia, Po.
January 31 3m os
aS-A FACT WORTH KNOWING.-THE
3est investment for an invalid, who suffers from
lobility or loss of appetite, is a bottle of PAKK
NTN'S Hepatic Bitters, as it w?l be sure to give relief,
for salo by all Druggists._t
?5-CITY TAXES.-OFFICE OF THE CITY
ITiEASURER.-Under the Ordinanoc to Raise Sup?
plies for 1868, Tax-payers oro informed that, during
the present month, Taxes on Real Estate must be
paid ; also, the Income tax specified in the first sec?
The fifth section reads
"Any person or persons, or corporations, failing to
pay the taxes in tho manner and at the times herein
uci'orc proscribod, may be double taxed at the option
ii Couuoil. And it shaU be the duty of the City
rroasurer to forthwith issue executions sgainst the
Koods, chattels, and other property of said person*
ur corporations and lodge the said execuiions with
tho < ity Sheriff, who shah immediately proceed for
enc collectiot of the same, iii the manner provided
by Ordin'jces for the enforcement of executions."
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX?
PAYERS.-MA i OR'S OF? ICE, CHARLESTON,
FEBRUARY 24, 1868.-The loUowing notice is here?
by published for the information of all persons con?
Whereas, m?ny of the tax-payers of the City of
Charleston have not met their dues on the 15th inst;
And whereas the care of the city, the property and
health, comfort and lives of the people demand a
proportionate contribution from each for the general
"ood, it is proclaimed that the delinquents must
promptly come forward, or be proceeded against ac?
cording to law.
By order of the Mayor.
. WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. li. SMITH. Clerk of Council.
NOTICE.-OFFICE OF CITY TREASURER,
CHARLESTON, S. C., 3d January, 1868.-Holders of
coupons of the Fire Loon Bonds of tho City of
charleston, are notified that those due on tho 1st
iustant wiU. be paid cn presentation at the First
National Bank in this city. -
3. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
as* ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest ratos paid far DOUBLOONS and nil
kinds of GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR k CO., Bankers,
No. 16 WaR street,
October w lyr New York.
LLOYD'S Al BRITISH: BABE "BOSA?
LIN' D," CLARKE Master, having part of har
Neargo encaged will sail with dispatch for
?the above port.
For Freight engagements apoly to .
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
March 7_1_No. lil East Bay.
K-FTVy THE FIBST-OLASS SHIP HATE
TROOP, CROCKER Master, having portion
L]ffijs?i> of ber cargo e ngaged, will be dispatched.
amxSmi For Freight engagement* ?pj:ry to:
Maroh4_wa Atlaotfc Wharf.
cfr^ THE FIT<ST-CLA83 BRITISH 'SHIP
SEDBEBGH, WM. ESZALH Master, win
-For Frerght engagements apply to th?
Captain on board, or to
. -PATTERSON & STOCK,
March 6-_ Sooth Atlantlo Wharf.
THE NEW BAEZ "SITEA," THOMP
'SON' Master, is now rcociring cargo and
?will be promptly dispatched for abort
For freight engagements apply to -,
EISLi.Y k CREIGHTON,
March 2_Koa. 148 sod Ut East Bay.
FOR LIVERPOOL. ,
THBEE-FOURTH1 OF CARGO ENGAGED. 1
THE NEW Al AMERICAN SHIP
"JAMES A. WRIGHT," Captain Mon?,
ls rapidly ailing np, a-d will oe dlspatehed
at an early day.
. For balance ot Freight room apply to
STREET BKOiHEBS & CO., !
March 2_Ho, 74 East Bay.
THE AMERICAN SH LP "GBAHAM'?
POL LE Y," CHARLES BURGESS Master,
having the largest i.or?cn of her raigo
engaged and going on board, will meet
with quick dispa ch.
For Freight engagements, apply'to the Captain on
board, or to PATTEHtON ft STOCK,
February 29_south Atlantic Whait
THE FINE AMERICAN SHIP E. 0.
WTNTHRUP, J. H. STEWART Master, nar.
ins the largest port ot har ungo on board,
will meet with di.-pat n.
For freight of 500 or 600 bales, apply ta the Captain
on board, or to PATTERSON ft ?TOCE,
February 20_South At ant'o Wharf.
TtiE BRITISH SUI? GORILLA, JONE ">
Master, having a oort on of' her cargo an?
gas ed and going on boord, will meet with
dispatch for thc above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROUX. MURE * CO.,
February 27_Uoyce'd Whurf.
THE YACHT ELEAAOR
IS NOW PREPARED TO CONVEY PAS
' SENGERS to uU points of interest 'around
i tho harbor. To leave Government Dock at
?10 o'clock, A M., and 8 P. M., visiting Port
Sumter and Morris Island.
For Pleasure or Maroon Parlies arrangements wnl
be made with CAPTAIN on board.
January 28 tathsSmos
BALTIMORE AND CH ARLES ION STEAMSHIP
>.,-~e. THE FAVORITE SCREW
//'je-1 s, steamship SEA GULL. ?. P. Du*.
gaglMmp TON, Commander, having been tbo
38 ?--J=?- roughly refitted, has resumed her
regular trips on tte lme, and will tail irom Pier No.
1 Un;on Wuarvcs, on Tuesday Afttrnooi, 10th instant;
j^-Through Bills Lading given to Philadelphia,
Boston, Cincinnati. Louisvil e and St Louis.
4S-Erc.ght will bo received ou end alter To-Day.
For Freight cr Passage apply to
COUuTENAX ft TRENBOLM,
March 7_3_Union Wharves.
.-- ' '^aiL'S?iS^v'^t?i?s.
REGULAR EVERY S?TURDAY.
, THE STEAMSHIP M ?TANZAS,
'>. ii ; .' Ca?:idn Ii TD EB, will leave Vmder
???.-l?d'. m 'horst Wl-ar?, on Saturday, Matth 7,
at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Bills Lading accompanied by Tas roceipfs mult
positively bo presented at uur uflJ.- by 3 o'n.ock.
March 7 RAVENEL ti CO., Agosta.
F?R 51 KW YOUS,
.,?,/->?- THE STE IMS TP PROKETHE
?i*K*tft5 X?a US? CFTP SIU F- M- HAB?IS, having
C?MawS? WT pa-1 ol' her careo oa^agod, will have
. .-i . BBahw quick dispatch for the above port.
For Freight apply to J. fc T. GETTY,
March 7_Nonh A?an?c Wh J!
NEW TORR A VD CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE-FOB KEW YOEE.
THE LLEGAN! SIDE WHEEL
ifetfrTO . WOODHULL. Commander, will leave
=i3.-r,-.^, A?ger'a south Wharf, tor the above
port on Saturday, March 7, at 4 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGFB ft CO.,
.Corner East Bay and Adger's south Wharf,
Moron 6 3 Up Stairs.
STE A fil TO LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. .
TBE INMAN LINE, .SAILING
?EMI-WEEKLY, carryuur th? TL.
?vj; ' S. Mai.s, consisting of the following '
CITY OF PARIS,
CITY OF BALTIMORE.
CITY OE WASHINGTON,
- CITY OF BOSTOH.
Sailing every Saturday and every alt?rnate Monday,
at 1 P.M., irom Pier No. 45 North River, New York.
RATE3 OF PASSAGE,
BS THE KAIL STEAMED! 6AIU?O SVXBT BATOSDAX,
Payable in Gold. I Payable in Currency.
1st Cabin.S100 Steerage.MO
let Cabin to Loudon.'. 105 steerage to London... 81
lat cabin to Paris... .115 | Sie.rage to Paris.48
Passage by tho M on J ay ste men-First Cab*nS90,
gold; Steerage S3J; payable lo U. S. currHn<*y.
Rat s O?D :B a?e from New York to Halifax; Cabin.
920, steerage, $10; payable ic gold.
Passcngcri uko forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,
Bremen, tic, t moderate rate.
Steerage pasmue from .L verpool and Queenstown,
HO currency. 'lie e a caa be bought here by per?
sons sending for their fric^Js.
For farther lmorma?ou apply at the Company's
offices. JOHNG, DALE, Agent,
No. i? Broadway, New York.
?'OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF, S.C.
BUCKINGHAM POINT, AN J ALL INTERME?
DIATE LANDINGS O - THE S \N IEE-BITER.
? fir"''* THE. LIGHT DBA FT hTEAMBB
jflaBaG MARION, caporn J. T. FOSXE?,IJ
now receiving Ficigiit for the above poi ..te, and will
leave with i i-p.itch.
No Freight received alter sunset
All Freight to be pxepaid on tho Wharf.
For Freight engagements apply to
March 5_Accommodation Wharf.
THROUGH TICKETS TO ?"L' KiUA,
BY" CHARLESTON AND PAVANNAO STEAM
PACKE1 USU, VIV BEA UFO Ul, HILTON
HEAD AND BLUFF I ON
- *ff"*"li THE STEAMER 'T LOT BOY,"
JwHiiSS? Cao tain W. T. AIONELTT, will i* av?
Charleston over} J/#miajp ftight, BI li o'clock, and
Savannah cwry Wt?ntsJa? Morning, at ? o'clock.
Ajl Way Freiffht, also blauten Wharfage, mast be
For Freight or Paianne, apply to
JOHN FrUGLr-ON, uecotnn OdatlOTi ffbacC'
FOR PAAvATK A, F LOR IDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FI-RNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON IHE ST. JOHN'S
- -.rr^v STEAMERS DKTATOE AND
J^gygg^QiTY I OIN A, wai leave Charleston
ever; Tuesday a:\il Friday Evtnir.gs, st fl o'ol<ica,
for above tlacca, and ?ava r_h crury Wednmay and
Saturday, ar :s o'eioi.'.; P. M. . _ _
Steamer DICTAI OR, Capt L. M. COXEXTXB, sana
Tuesday Evening. _ "
Ste imer CITY POINT, Capt. S. ADKISS, soils Fri?
day Eceni'-g. , . . , _
For VreiSht or P?ssage spaly on board or at office
?, * J. D. AIKEN k CO.; Agents,
January 3 _South Atlantic Wharf.
TOWAGE-TE:. CENTS PER TON.
^?IT^'M ENGAGEMENTS CAN BE MADE
C^sf^ss^Q with tjo uudersLined ?or Towing
V?asela to Sud from s^a at ibo rute of Ten t'enta pat
ton. JOHN FERGUSON.
March G AcommoJj'ion Wharf.
t-. STEAMER "EMILIE." CAPrALN
._?, ISAAC EAVJS, COU >.< n gagea to TOW
VE??ELn to und tro ni sw on Tuesdays, Wtdntfiays
For eajagemontf apply to Captai i DAVYS, on
board, at commercial Wharf, or to
?sHAcSELFORD & KELLY, .
February 29 stutfa Boyce's Wharf,