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VOTTTME VI.-NUMBER 811]. CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2o;, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
Our European Dispatches.
[BY ATLANTIC TELEQBAPH.]
QEBMANY AND THE UNITED STATES-MARKETS,
LONDON, March 24.-The King of Prussia, in
opening Parliament, said the expatriation
treaty would knit more closely nations allied
by trade and race.
LONDON*. March 24.-Noon.-Securities un?
LIVEBPOOL, March 24.-Noon.-Cotton opened
quiet; estimated sales 10,000 bales. Bread
stuffs, Provisions and Produce unchanged. -
IavzBPOOL, March 24.-Afternoon.-Cotton
unchanged. Breadstuffs firmer. Consols 93*.
LIVERPOOL, March 24.-Evening.-Cotton
quiet and unchanged; sales 10,000 bales. Man?
chester news unfavorable. Corn41s7d. Tal?
low 45e. _
Our Washington Dispatches.
'I HU BEPLICATION OF THE IMPEACHfcc TO TUB
PRESIDENT'S DEFENCE-ns ADOPTION BY THE
BOUSE OF BEPBESENTATTVE8-NEQBOE3 STILL
EXCLUDED FROM THE DCPEACHaCENT TRIAL
POLITICAL GOSSIP-DOINGS OF CONGRESS.
WASHTNOTON, March 24_The following is
the general replication to the President's an?
swer, argued upon by the Board of Managers :
The House having considered the answer and
plea, reply that he "ii guilty of high crimes
and misdemeanors, in manner and form as
charged, anything in his answer to the con?
trary notwithstanding. The House is ready to
make the charges good when the Senate is
ready to hear.*'
The House has adopted the replication by a
vote of one hundred and fifteen to thirty-six.
In the impeachment proceedings to-day ne?
groes were still entirely excluded from the gal?
leries. The public Droceedings occupied a half
hour and ten minutes after the two hom's pri?
vate session. The audience were dissatisfied.
In the private session, on Conkling's amend?
ment reducing the time to Monday next, the
vote was twenty-eight to twenty-four. The
Republicans voting for more time were An?
thony, Corbett, Edmunds, Fessenden, Fowler,
Frelinghuysen, Grimes, Henderson, Norton-,
Sherman, Sprague, Trumbull, Van Winkle. /
Lemuel D. Evans was conormed as Collector
of the Customs in Texas.
The Supreme Court has decided that the de?
posits of a savings bank, though inves^d in ,
Federal securities, are subject to State tax.
The veto of the bill muzzling the Supreme
Court was considered in the Cabinet to-day.
General Buchanan h ?s been assigned to duty
under bis brevet rai.' vhich entitles him to
command the Fifth District, pending Han?
The Episcopal clergy and laity bf New York
have held a large meeting to devise relief fer f
their Southern brethren. Bishop Potter spoke 1
and a committee has been appointed. 1
THE DOINGS OF CONGRESS-THE HIGH COURT OF ]
IMPEACHMENT AGAIN IN' SESSION. 1
Ls THE SENATE to-day a request was read .'
from the South Carolina Convention asking a 1
loan for educational purposes. <
The bill regulating the presentation of bills I
to the President was passed. c
At the usual hour the impeachment began. c
The journal waa read, and the replication was 11
submitted. Justice Chase Baid that the busi- C
ness in order was Senator Johnson's motion h
allowing the President ten days. Sumner sub?
mitted a substitute, that the trial proceed.
Edmonds moved that the Senate retire: Bum
oer, Howard and others cried "No! nor
Conkling called for the yeas and nays, with P
the following result: ?
Teas-Anthony, Bayard, Bnckalew, Corbett, a
Davis, Dixon, Doolittle, Edwards, Fessenden, p
Fowler, Frelinghuysen, Grimes, Henderson, j
* Hendricks, Howe, Johnson, McCreery, Morrill,
of Maine, Morrill, of Vermont, Morton, Norton, B
Patterson, of New Hampshire, Patterson, of
Tennessee, Saulsburv, Sprague, Van Winkle, o
Vickers, Wylly and Wilhams-29. s
Nays-Cameron, Cattell, Chandler, Cole, ?
Conkung, Conn ess, Cragin, Drake, Ferry, Har- t
lan, Howard, Morgan, Nye. Ramsay, Ross, i
Sherman, Stewart, Sumner, Thayer, Tipton, r
Trumbull, Wilson and Yates-23. t
The Senate remained out two hourB, and ^
ordered the trial to commence on Monday 2
next, to which day the court adjourned. s
The Senate went into executive session, and 1
afterwards adjourn ed.
IN THE HOUSE, the business was unim- (
portant. After the adoption of the replication y
Spalding thought it HM too meagre, and warn- j
ed the managers against b?ung entrapped by j
the President's counsel. Boutwell had no ap- 1
prehensions. Bingham contended that de- (
murerrs on the part of the President were not ,
admissable. After the adoption of the replica- i
tuon the House proceeded to the Senate and
adjourned. _ ?
The Reconstruction Conventions. \
RICHMOND, March 24.-The convention dis?
franchisement waB again up, and the amend- j
ment to disfranchise all who voted for avowed ?
secession candidates to the secession conven?
tion was indefinitely postponed. The iron-clad 1
oath for all office-holders was adopted by a 1
tote of forty to thirty-two. i
JACKSON, March 24.-The convention passed '
two sections of the legislative bill, being the -
apportionment for repr?sentation. No other '
business of moment.
Politic* in Georgia.
SAVANNAH, March 24.-The largest and most
enthusiastic meeting ever held in Savannah
assembled in Johnson Square this afternoon,
the object being to organize an opposition to
the Bradley-Hopkins party, and in the in?
terests of the city. The meeting was called to
order by F. W. Sims. John Stoddard was
appointed as President. Five Vice-Preaidents
were appointed from amongst the mo6t in?
fluential citizens. Eloquent speeches "Aere
made by the United States Attorney, H. S.
Fitch, Colonel John 8creven, General H. R.
Jackson. S. Y. Levy, Dr. Arnold, and others.
Resolutions were adopted and a committee
appointed to select suitable candidates for
municipal offices. The utmost harmony and
unanimity prevailed. Between five and six
thousand persons were present, a larg e num?
ber being colored.
Affairs in Alabama.
SELMA, ALA,, March 24.-Judge Moore, of
the Dallas Circuit Court, now in session hore,
received official notice to-day, that unless he
orders his juries to be drawn from the list of
registered voters, without reference to color
he will be promptly removed from office. His
decision will be made known to-morrow.
The courthouse at Eutaw, one of the best in
the State, was burned on Thursday night last.
All the county books and records were lost.
It was the work of an incendiary. The court?
house at Greensboro' was fired on Saturday
night last, but no harm was doiie. A fire broke
out in the business part of Talladega this after?
noon, and is still burning at 9 P. M. No par?
rie ulara have been received.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 24.-Tho Republican
Nominating Convention to-day nominated Nash
for senator, and Wilder, Thompson and.Good
son, all colored, for representatives. M. J.
Calnan (white) was nominated, but declined
and will not serve.
Murder in Mississippi.
JACKSON, March 24.-William M. Estelle, a
prominent lawyer of Misai?Bippi, was assassi?
nated last night. The person supposed to be
guilty has been arrested.
NEW YOBK, March 24.-The Bteamehip E. B.
Sonder has arrived from Charleston.
NEW TOBE, March 24-Nooru-Gold 138?.
Sixty-two coupons 109?. Exchange 9?. Flour
dull. Wheat onn to two cents lower. Corn one
cent lower. Pork lower. Cotton 24Ac. Freights
dull. Turpentine easier at 68Ja64.
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady-eales
1400 bales at 24$c. Flour dull; Southern $9ja
14 65. Wheat steady. Corn firmer; white
Southern fl 20al 25; yellow $1 29al 30. Pork
heavy at $24 60. Lard firm at 16al7. Groce?
ries firm. Turpentine 63ja64. Rosin $3a$7.
Goldig. Sterling 93. Sixty-two coupons 109?.
RALTTMOBE, March 24.-Cotton dull and nomi?
nal. Flour moderately active; Western Super?
fine $9T; Howard-Btreet Extra $12. Wheat
easier, but scarce; prime Southern $2 85. Corn
Bteady. Provisions steady and in good de?
WILMINGTON, N. C., March 24.-Spirits Tur?
pentine advanced to 60c. Rosin quiet. Cotton
steady; Middling 23c. Tar $2.
AUGUSTA, March 24.-Cotton market flat
and extremely nominal; sales 50 bales; receipts
200 bales; Middling held at 23?c.
SAVANNAS, March 24.-Cotton-nothing
doing; nominally 24$o. for Middling; receipts
MOBILE, March 24.-No sales of Cotton; quo?
tations nominal; Receipts 144 bales; exports
378 bales. .
NEW OBLEANS, March 24.-Demand for Cot?
ton moderate; market quiet; sales 1800 bales;
Middling 24?c; receipts 405 bales; exports 4603
bales. Bank Sterling 52ia53. Sight Exchange
on New York J per cent, premium. Gold 39*.
CINCINNATI, March 24.-Flour drooping.
Com quiet at 85c. Mess Pork $24 75. Bacon
dull; holders ask full prices. Lard lek.
POLITICS IN THE STATE.
HAM?UBG, S. C., March 23.
To the Editors cf the News :
In this small town, thirty-one citizens have
:igned the' following document, viz : "We the
indersigned citizens of Hamburg and vicinity,
save agreed to form a Democratic Club, whose
purpose shall be to support the principles of
the Democratic party,' and further, to send j
lelegates to the National Democratic Conven?
tion. We therefore invite from all our fellow
:itizens favoring this, their help and support."
It is suppoeod that about as many more will j j
?gu the same. It is rumored that a Demo
ratic meeting will be held here on Wednesday
lext, and that General Wright, of the Augusta
?hronicle and Sentinel, or Judge Aldrich, or
otb, will address the meeting.
"o the Editors of the News:
A meeting of the citizens of Blackville took
lace at the Market Hall, on the 21st instant,
nd, on motion, Mr. M. F. Molony, the Intend
nt, was callod to the chair. The following
ire amble and resolutions were then offered by
Ir. Arthur Buist, which, after a brief discus
ion, were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, with the unsettled political state
f our country tending to anarchy; with re
ources limited; with no capital; with labor
Reorganized; with scarcity of means and sus
enance; with general distrust of amendment
n affairs, and impending financial and social
uin, it becomes the citizen seriously to study
he best mode of ameliorating his condition.
.4nd ic^ereas, to the maxim that "in union
here is strength" may be added that organi?
zion conduces to power, and organization is
ia essential element of successful unions, and
mions are necessary in the accomplishment of
>nds to which individual effort is inadequate, ?
We. the citizens of Blackville and vicinity, a
lo, therefore, propose to coalesce in action ?
vith the great- political party of the Lnited t
States, which has for its arm the constitutional ?
inion of the country, attained by conservative ,
neans, and organize', by this meeting, a club j
:o effect this coalition. Therefore, be it j
Resolved, That we designate ourselves the (
Conservative Union Club of Blackville, S. C., j
with a President, vice-President, Secretary j
ind Executive Committee of two.
Resolved, That we invite each election pre- J
:incc to form similar clubs, and that a general ]
rule be adopted thf.t the Executive Committees ?
af etch club s ball meet at the courthouse on r
the first Monday of each month to transact j
business connected with the organization. ,
Resolved, That to the meetings of our club
we invite our fellow-citizens who were or could
have been voters under the original State Con?
stitution, and solicit their names as members.
Resolved. That our club [shall meeton the
second and fourth Fridays of each month, at I 1
four o'clock P. M.
Resolved, That it shall, by resolution, enact
such rules for its government as it deems
proper, but that its meetings shall be govern?
ed by parliamentary usages, and its business
be to further the prosperity and peace ?T the
country, with a due consideration of the rights
of all classes of persons.
Resolced, That we regard it as the full
privilege of each individual in this community,
irrespective of class, to enjoy the truite of hiB
labor, and the support and continuance of all
good citizens, in advancing the general in?
terests of the country.
The meeting then proceeded to nominate
ind elect the following officers :
M. F. MOLONY, President.
B, OAKMAN, vice-President.
A. BUIST, Secretary.
Executive Committee.-Bi. G. B. Lari i gue
and Dr. S. B. Graham.
Commitiee on Rules.-William H. Thomson,
George E. Ryan, and M. G. Tobin.
The meeting then adjourned.
M. F. MOLONY, Chairman.
A. BUIST, Secretary.
A meeting of the citizens of Richland is call?
ed at Columbia on Thursday next, at 12 o'clock,
to form a district association, for the purpose
of co-operating with the National Union De?
mocratic party of the United 8tatee.
. NEWBERRY DISTRICT.
A meeting of the citizens of Newberry was
held on Friday last, at which the Hon. Robert
Moorman presided. Resolutions were adopted
for the organization of a Democratic club, and
proposing a State Democratic Convention, to
meet in Columbia on the 31st of the presen t
-Some one who has taken the trouble to
collect statistics of Episcopal church nomen?
clature, reports that there are 287 St. John's
churches, and 270 St Paul's; while St. Cypriaa,
St. AuguEitine, St. Ambrose, St. Polycarp, St.
Cornelius, St. Thaddeus, St. Columbia, St.
Margaret, St. Wilifred, St. Sylvanus, and St.
Chrysostom haye only one church each.
THINGS IN WASHINGTON.
WADE'S CABINET-SUMNER ATD THE ENGLISH
The Washington correspondent of the New
York Herald, writing under date of the 19th
Various caucuses have been held at the pri?
vate houses of Radical senators in order to
make up a Cabinet for Mr. Wade, who is ex?
pected to enter the White House by a snap
judgment of the Jacobins. Here is their pres?
Secretary of State-Henry Wilson, of Massa?
chusetts, or Samuel C. Pomeroy, of Kansas.
Secretary of Treasury-Zachariah Chandler,
Secretary of Interior-Wil?iam D. Kelley, of
Pennsylvania, or John Covode, of Pennsylvania.
Secretary of War-E. M. Stanton.
Secretary of Navy-Charles D. Drake, of
Postmaster-General-John F. Farnsworth,
Attorney-General-George F. Edmonds, of
Vermont, or Matt Carpenter, of Iowa.
Stanton is the master-spirit of this whole ar?
rangement, with the aid of Chandler, Howard,
and such like, who claim to be keepers of
Wade and Grant. An effort was made for
Greeley by Conkling and the email fry, but it
was dismissed with little ceremony. New York
is counted out as already lost to the Radicals.
Sumner is working hard for the English mis?
sion, as he did under Mr. Lincoln.
THE NEW AT.ATIAMA BILL-TUT. GENERAL NEGBO
' A Washington telegram, of tho 20th inst., to
the New York Commercial, says :
The new bill for the admission of Alabama
representatives to Congress is very distasteful
to the majority of Republicans, bnt it will pro?
bably be passed under the pressure of party
necessity. The political campaign in the other
States is* being organ? r manner that will
insure the adoption i A? respective State Con?
stitutions by the requisite majorities of actual
voters. The bill for the adoption of negro suf?
frage in all the States will be pushed by the
extremists, in opposition to the warnings of
the moderate Republicans, who predict that it
will ruin the party. They say that a similar
proposition lost Connecticut last year, and that
this measure will prevent success in that State
at the April election.
Northern Farming in Florida.
A Florida correspondent of the Boston Ad?
vertiser says that the cotton and lumber busi?
ness in that State, as conducted by Northern?
ers, has not been a success. The business was ? (
overdone, and the returns were less than the in- | j
vestments. The irrepressible Yankee has, how?
ever, concluded to try again. The writer says:
These misfortunes have not discouraged im- | ]
migrants or immigration. Many cotton plant?
ers have returned, it is true, but many more
remain, and a?e turning their attention to
other products. Here we see the difference in
the character of the people. The Yankee is a
man of resources. Cotton failing, he tries
something else. But the Floridian who has \
lost faith in cotton, folds his hands and lets t
bis fields lie waste. He may talk of sutrar or T
oranges, but he does not show his faith by his (
works. Of the new enterprises and new ex- c
periments in the State, nine-tentbs are made j.
by Northern men, who form but an m con sider- c
ible fraction of the whole population. ?
Perhaps the most important of these experi- ?
menta is market gardening. New Englanders, t
who had spent a year in this climate, were ?j
struck by the fact that garden vegetables ma- f
tured here about three months earlier than in ?
;he North. They observed, also, that many a
vegetables planted in the fall were ready for g
?e table in mid winter. The soil produced
vegetables very well, and it was inferred that,
sith the prices paid for early vegetables in
Northern cities, a market garden could be
nade the source of great profit.
These market gardens, ?o far as I know, are
ill owned by Northern men. They propose to
urnieh the Northern markets with green peas
a March, Irish potatoes in April and May,
nelone in May and June, tomatoes in May,
nd lettuce, radishes, cucumbers, turnips, ixe.,
very month in the year. The estimated profits
re fearful to contemplate. Nothing lees than
1000 an acre is thought of. Three hundred
lushels to the acre ie not at all a large crop of
omatoes; $10 a bushel ie the common price for
hem in New York in May, and it cost less than
1 a bushel to ship them. Ten less one is
ine. Nine times three hundred is twenty
AB an onset, the writer mentions the fact
hat the seasons are treacherous, that frosts
a March often bite shrewdly, and that such a
rost would reduce $2700 an acre to a mere
othing. Then again the means of shipment
re yet limited, and if the crops prove profita
le, and vessels do engage in the trade, prices
rould go down and the profits on the acre
ron] J be materially diminished. In that case,
towever, there would still be a handsome re
rard to the larmer. As to tho average crop,
he writer 6ays:
Almost all the market gardeners have planted
heir grounds with orange trees, and. indeed,
ilmo8t every Yankee on the St. John's, what
iver may be his business, has a youncr orchard
?f from fifty to a thousand trees. The hun
Ireds of immigrants to the Iudian River are
banting groves as well; and on tho banks of
l,akes Griffin and Harris, and the Ohlamaha
?iver, I find new groves everywhere. On the
}ulf Coast, 1 am told, there is similar activity
n planting. A few ave grafting the treeB where
hey stand in the hammocks, thus securing
rrovee without transplanting. A Northern
nan on Lake Griffin bought forty acres of
?ammock land, cleared away the other trees
ind left standing 4500 orange trees to graft.
Thus at an expense of perhaps a thousand dol?
are he will secure a grove which, at present
prices, would yield a thousand dollars an acre
within four years.
THE JOHNBON-GBANT COBBESPONDENCE
ABEOAD.-The London Saturday Beview
thinks that General Grant "on his own show?
ing has been guilty of some rather sharp prac?
tice toward bis superior."' The actual admis?
sions which Grant makes, and which have
been BO prominently placed before American
readers, are repeated, while, with regard to
Grant's conduct in not resigning hie position
as Secretary ad inlenm, and restoring the
place to the possession and disposition of the
President from whom he derived his appoint?
ment, the Beview says:
Even if no promise had been given, General
Grant ought not, with the full knowledge of
the President's intentions possessed by him, to
have hesitated a moment about resigning his
office as soon as he found he could no longer
act as an instrument for carrying out those in?
tentions. So long as his resignation was with?
held, the President naturally counted on his
support; and, for the lon? argument which he
describes himself as having held with the
President on Saturday, the 11th, there should
have been substituted the most unmistakable
act of resignation. La this respect it is impos?
sible to acquit General Grant. It is to be re?
gretted that his present relations with the Re?
publican party should supply an obvious motive
for conduct of which, in tue absence of that
pressure, he would probably have been incap?
This apparently moderate way of "putting
it" is as cutting as it is quiet.
ANOTHER KEBOKENE EXPLOSION.-The latest
illustration of the danger is furnished by the
following from the Detroit Press. About
eleven o'clock last evening a kerosene lamp ex?
ploded in the Western Union Telegraph office,
whioh, but for prompt action, would have re?
sulted in a serious conflagration. Owing to
the freezing of the gas pipe outside of the
building, the office had been supplied with
kerosene lamps, and Mr. Priest, night man?
ager, was sitting at a table almost in front of j
one of them, engaged in receiving the press
report, when the lamp exploded with a loud
report, scattering the fragments inaehower
about bim and throwing the burning oil over
over the table and upon the paper on which he
waswritine: at the time, 'i he table took fire
and blazed up fiercely, when by covering it with
some cloth, it was smothered and further dam?
age prevented. The lamp was over half full of
eil and was supplied with a good and sufficient
wick, and no defect in any snape was known to
A matt of Court Scandal.
THE SQUABBLE ABOUT "PTBST LADT," ETC., NAB
BATED BT A FEMALE CLEBK-BBS. S WIS G HELM
ON MES. 8ENAT0B SFBAO?E AND PEES LD EST
JOHNSON-HOW THE KUCHEN TALKS ABOUT
Mrs. Swiashelm writes from Washington to
the Pittsburg Gazette:
A paragraph is going the rounds of the pa
fers to the effect that; Mrs. Sprague is bringing
er influence to bear on her husband and father
in favor of President Johnson and against im?
peachment. There may be more in this than
a casual observer would suppose. The ques?
tion of rank or precedence is not more closely
contested in any European court than in our
Republican capital. Colonel Benton and Chief
Justice Taney had a little feud, which only
ended with their lives, about precedence.
Should a United States Senator rank a Judge of
the Supreme Court ? That was the question
which the haughty persistence of the eagle
faced Colonel bat partially settled in the affirma?
tive; for, although a United States Senator will
not often condescend to leave his card for a J. S.
C., the J. S. C's are slow to acknowledge then:
duty to pay the respect of a call upon a TJ. S.
S. Of course this is a question in which ladies
take an active interest, and no one has distin?
guished herself more in it than Mrs. Sprague.
In the early days of the war, the young Gov?
ernor of Rhode Island, who raised a regiment
at his own risk, and went to suppress the re?
bellion, was quite a hero of romance. Loyal
ladies were not BO abundant in Washington, as
after Lee's surrender; and, what with her wit,
beauty, gracious manners, her father's posi?
tion, and the affianced of the Rhode Island
milhonaire-patriotic-Governor-Colonel, M i B s
Chase occupied a very prominent position,
and believed herself entitled to precedence as
"first lady" in the government. She contested
her claim with Mrs Lincoln, who, as "Lady of
the White House," was by common consent,
awarded that eminence. There" bad been
several passages at armB between them, and
Mrs. Lincoln felt deeply aggrieved when Alias
Chase was at the White House, either by
special invitation, or to introduce some
friends, I forget which, Mrs. Lincoln, in an j 1
amiable desire to promote harmony, reminded ] \
ber that she had not seen her for some time,
and honed she would call again soon.
Mrs. 'Spiague haughtily replied that she bad
generally been at home, and that if Mrs. Lin?
coln had wished to see her she could most
probably have done so by returning her pre?
vious call. My informant, a lady who was pre?
sent at the time, thought Miss Chase's manner
IB offensive as the open claim to equal rank
unjust and injudicious, and felt that Mrs. Lin
coin was fully justified in ever afterwards re
Fusing to treat her with any pretense of kind?
ness, or to attend her wedding. Those who
?new the history of Miss Chase's refusal to
?ccord to Mrs. Lincoln the precedence to which
me was unquestionably entitled, felt that Mr.
Lincoln did wrong in attending that wed
ling, and thus giving the haughty bride a tri
?mph over his wife.
Mrs. Sprague's desire to be "First Lady"
tmounts almost to a mania; and, no doubt, has
mich to do with her father's presidential aspi
ations. While Mr. Johnson is President she
rill have little active opposition in her claim to
hat dignity in light to her treble rank of
real th, wife of a Senator:, and daughter of the
Jhief Justice; for Mrs. Patterson is a woman
if Little or no self-assertion. What with the
Qtemperance of her husband and brother, the
are of her invalid mother and ber four chil
Iren, she has little time to attend to the digni
y of her position, and, with her earnest de vo?
lo n to her father, would defer to Mrs. Sprague,
f by so doing she could win any support to that
atber. On the other hand, Mrs. Wade will
told any .position to which she may be
ssigned, and -which she expects. If Mrs.
Ipragne has ever undertaken to assert
ny superiority over her, the sprightly and
spiring lady no doubt retired from the
onflict feeling that ehe had won no laurels.
Irs. Wade is very unpretending in ber dress
nd manners, and to see ber and her husband
i a street car, as I have done, returning from
hospital visit, after Senate hours, one might
listase them for a well to do farmer and his
ale old wife; but th are is'a reserved force of
ood sense and dignity m. her manner which
.ould make itself felt in the lowest hovel or
mst brilliant drawing room. If she goes into
Liu White House, there will be no room for dis
ute as to who is the "First Lady" in this De<
locratic land. Hence there is no donbt Mrs.
prague would not wish to see her in that posi?
on, especially as Mrs. Wade, in common with
bousands of the people of Ohio, must remem
er. with grave disapproval, the youthful folly
f the spoiled beauty wbo brought public scan
al on her father's administration while be was
lovernor of that State. Even at that school
.irl age she had sufficient tact and influence
nth him to baffle his wisest counsellors in
heir efforts to remove her favorite, a hand
ome, dissolute, married man. from his posi
ion under tho government. One morning tbe
!ity of Columbus was thrown into great cx
itement by the announcement, in the mora?
ng paper, that the Governor had undertaken
o horsewhip the handsome gentleman, and
tad been shot in the rencontre; but Miss Kate
hitched the helm so firmly ns to carrv her lit
le barn through the storm without throwing
1er Jonah overboard. Her influence with her
ather is almost unlimited, and to that source
fas ascribed his active opposition to an in
rease of salary to female clerks at a time when
hey received $G00 a year, and she paid just
his amount for a wedding veil.
Mrs. Wado is so thoroughly her opposite, be
Dg heart and soul interested in all true efforts
o aid the lowly, while maintaining her own
lignitv, rendering honor to whom honor is
lue, that there is no doubt in my mind but
Ire. Sprague will strain every nerve to prevent
ter being placed in a position to dispose of
1er own claim to the title of "First Lady."
JANE G. 8WISSHELM.
9W H O TIC E.-1, JOHANNAH LEVIN
iHON, wife of JACOB LEVINSHON. residing at No. 10
Beauiuin-street, hereby give notice that one month
ifter date I shall carry on business as a FREE
Charleston, February 28,18C8.
February 29 sw8
?. LEE & CO. rs. MILTON S. LIITLE
BTELD. ef al-BILL FOB INJUNCTION AND RE?
LIEF.-It appearing to my satisfaction that MIL?
TON 8. UTTLEFTELD and LATH BURY, WICK?
ERS HAM A CO. (parties), two of the defendants in
this case, are absent from and reside beyond the
limits of this SUte, on motion of WILLIAMS. HEN?
DERSON A BEHRE, complainants' solicitors, it is
ordered that said absent defendants do plead,
answer or demur thereto in forty days from the
Sate of this order, or a decree jsro confuto irill be
taken and entered of record against them.
B. STOKES, C. E. C. D.
Commissioner's Office, Colleton District, 9. C., Jan?
uary 28,1866. 4-col Od Februarys
03- STATE TAXES.-GENERAL TAX
OFFICE, FTBEPBOOF BUILDING.-Under the pro?
visions of General Order No. 139, one half of the
Annual State Taxes, levied under said order, are due
and payable on or before the 31?i of March, 18C8.
The books for the collection of said Taxes will be
closed on that day, and executions will be issued
A discount of 5 per cent, is allowed on the amount
of taxes falling dne 30th June, if paid on or before
the 31st March instant, at the time of payment of the
half amount due and payable 31st March.
All Income Taxes are due and pay ble in full on or
before the 31st instant
Male residents between the ages of 21 and CO years,
are reminded of the Capitation Tax.
Tax Collector of St Phillp and St Michael.
March 21 sw2
?S-IN WASHINGTON, D. C., MORE THAN
THREE THOUSAND BOTTLES of the celebrated
PALMETTO HAIR RENEWER was sold at retail in
December last, and the cry is still for more. Asa
Restorer and Dressing it has no equal. Try it once
and be convinced.
For tale by all Drugciste.
DOWIE b MOISE,
General Agents, Charleston. S. C.
March 9 mwfl2
?-P. H. H.-ARE SYNONYMOUS WITH
Health, Strength and Vigor. The secret will be re?
vealed by investing in a bottle of PANKNTN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, For sale by all Druggiets. w
?- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP SEA
GULL from Baltimore, are hereby notified that ehe la
77?? Day discharging cargo at Pier No. 1 Union
Wharves, All gooda not ti ben away at snncct will
remain on wharf at consigi ees' risk.
MORDECAI 4 CO., Agents,
No deductions wiU be made by Agents of this Line
after coode have left the wt ari. 1 March 2C
?- NEW YORK iiND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.-Consignees per steamship
CHARLESTON, from New Fork, are notified of her
cargo being Thii Day discharged at Adger's South
Wharf. All goods remaining on the dock*at sunset
will be stored at Consignees' risk and expense.
March 25 I JAMES ADGER t CO.
?.NOTICE.-I. MARY PITZEL, WIFE OF
WILLIAM PITZEL, formerly a grocer, residing at
the corner of Eing and Columbus streets, do hereby
give notice that one month after date I shall carryon
busineis as a Free Dealer.
March 12 lamoS-25.31.ap1 ll
?S-CRED1TORS' NOTICE.-THE CREDI?
TORS OF Mr. JOSEPH PURCELL are requested to
band in their claims, properly attested and proven,
it the efflce of DURYEA & COHEN, before Thurs?
day Evening instant, at 5 ?'clock, at which boura
meeting of creditors will be beld at the aforesaid
JAS. B. CAMPBELL, 1
CHARLES H. SIHONTON, J *rasw*8
J. BARRETT COHEN, ) Committee
BEN. MORDECAI, J Of
E. W. MARSHAL."-, ) Creditors.
March 24 3
?-AUDITOR'S OPF:;CE, SOUTH CARO?
LINA RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLESTON,
3. C., March 21st, 1868.-Holders of the past duo
?ix Per Cent Bonds of tris Company, and also of
h06e maturing in October, 1868, are respectfully in?
formed that the Company i I prepared to give in ex
mange for the same new l ouds bearing interest at
he rate of Seven Per Cent, per annum, on presen
ation at the office of the Auditor, John-street where
.he exchange will be made. J. R. EMERY,
March 21 Auditor.
?-IT IS AMAZING -THAT THE FEEBLE
ihould totter with uncertain steps over the face of
ho earth, in danger every c a/of falling victims to the
norbid influences by whi<:h wc are all surrounded
vhen a tested and proven vegetable tonic, capable of
indowinp them with the vi gor .they need, is procura'
>le in every city, town and settlement It might
?eaeonabiy be thought tl tat after the twelve years'
ixperience which the world has had of HOSTET
["ER'S BITTERS, ALL weald know that its effect is
o prevent disease.
At this season the atm< Bphere is surcharged with
he seeds of intermittents, remittents, rheumatism,
mlmonary disorders, bilious complaints and the
Ike. Persons whose uer rous systems are relaxed
.re tuc first to succumb tc these distempers. Brace
ip the physical energies then with this potential
egetable tonic, lt is the most powerful r?cup?rant
rhich the botanic klngd am has ever yielded to pa?
ient research and experiment Tux ix. The blind?
?t disciple of the old medical dogmas will st least
dmlt that a toni: and alterative, compoundel of ap
iroved herbs, roots and barks, can do no harm;
rhile the testimony of 1 bousands invites a trial of
Vigor is the thing moi t needed in these cases as
rel! as in dyspepsia and nervous affections, and
[OSTETTEB'3 BITTER!: ls the safest surest and
lost wholesome streng dening preparation that
.aman skill has yet concoi ted.
Hundreds of physlcArs have abandoned all the
m canal receipts and prescribed this harmless tonic
s a preventive and cure for all cases of Chills and
'ever. 6 March 23
?-NOTICE.-FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
f Correspondents, an authorized Post office messen?
er, will, until further not ce, be found dairy (except
un a aye ) at the hoon give a below, at the office ol* the
'itv Railroad, corner of Eist Bay and Broad Streets,
) receive and convey to tl e Pos*office letters and-pe?
ers intended for the mail i, viz :
For the South Carolina Railroad Malls-Augusta, ,
a van nah, and Western, & om 8 A. M., to 9 A. M.
For the South Carolina Railroad Mails-Columbia
nd Greenville, from 3 P. tf., to 4 P. M.
For the South Caroline Railroad Mails-Augusta | j
nd Western, from 5 P. M , to C P. M.
For the Early Morning Midis-from 7 P. M. to 8 | ?
'. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
?* CIRCULA fl.-THE EXTENT TO
rhich the adulteration of Liquors ls carried on in
his country makes it th< duty of the purchaser to
ivestigafl the merits of the article offered for sale,
t is a well known fact tl ?at many ol tbe Brandies, ]
Fines, Ac. arc manufactured from French extracts, ]
Eseutial oils and alcohol, which is poisonous, there- 1
y causing many injurious effects. <
The public ls justly suspicious of nearly every
tiing put up for -ale und ?r the name of Liquors and
bc trade has been brought into disrepute, and in
rder to insure to those who desire a Pure Article, it
9 only necessary for us t ?> say that we Import Direct
Il Brandie?, Wines .md G ins, and warrant them per
telly pure, as originally imported.
WM. S. COBWIN A CO.,
No. 275 Eing-ftreet, Charleston, S. C.
March IC Branch ol No. 900 Broadway, N. Y.
?- BATCHELOR! 1 HAIR DYE-THIS
.plen&d Hair Dye is he best in the world; the
inly true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
in ts; remedies the ill (fleets of bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black or
irown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; an
properly applied at Batcaelor's Wig Factory, Nv
3oud-stxeet New York. lyr January
?.FIRE DEPARTMENT.-FOR THE
letter government of the Fire Department, the
Board of Firemas'ters 'lave formed THREE FIRE
DISTRICTS within the city, which wiU go Into ope?
ration on the first of J?T?:
DiBTBiCT No. 1-Warts Nos". 1 and 3.-The follow
ng Engines will do fire duty in tbese Wards-Steam?
ers PALMETTO, YOUNG AMERICA, PHONLV, and
Sand-engines VIGILA!IT and GERMAN.
DISTRICT No. 2- Wat ds Nos. 2 and 4.-Steamers
IE INA, PIONEER; Hind-engines HOPE, STONE?
WALL, and CITY ENG INES Nos. 5 and 7.
Meeting-Btrcct, from Calhoun to South Bay, the
dividing line, East and West
DISTRICT No. 3- Wards Nos. 5,6,7 and 8-Steamers
WASHINGTON. MARION; Hand-engines EAGLE,
md CITY ENGINES Noe, 8 and 9.
Calhoun-street the di riding line, North and South.
HOOK AND LADDI E COMPANIES Nos. 1 and 2
will run to all fires.
The peal of St Michael's will be discontinued and
the Wards struck.
If assistance is needud from any of the other dis?
tricts other than wh<re the fire maybe, the Word
will be struck requiring the attention of engines in
If the fire should bi an extended one, and the
services of the en ur) department required, the
alarm bells will be stn ?ck twelve times.
The members of all companies are required to re?
pair to their respectivo engine houses, subject to the
rules of their compan es.
Any company vio sting the above regulations
will be subjected to a ine of one hundred dollars.
By order of the Boa rd of Fire Masters.
M. H. NATHAN,
March 20 15 Chief Fire Department
~?-NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
for Young Men, on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
Diseases, incident tc Youth and Early Manhood,
which create impedir lents to MARRIAGE, withjsure
means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
of charge. Address Dr. J. SELL LIM HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31 3m os
?-ROYAL HA ?ANA LOTTERY. -PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest ratet poid for DOUBLOONS and all
kinds of GOLD ANT SILVER.
:;AYL0R A CO., Bonkers,
No. 16 Wall street,
October 19 lyr New York
?-UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVE?
NUE-ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, SECOND DISTRICT
SOUTH CAROLINA, CHAELZBTO?, March 20th,
18C8.-Notice ie hereby given : l st. That all persons
residing in the City of Charleston are required to
make their Returns of Income for the year 1867 on
or before the 31st day cf March, 1868, whether
served with blank returns or not. 2d. All persons,
firms and corporations doing business in the said
city are required to make application for Special Tax
(License) on or before the 30th day of April, 1868.
The penalties affixed by law for failure or neglect
will be rigidly enforced.
JOHN B. EPFLET, Assistant Assessor Second
Division, Office No. 64 Broad-street
AL - X. CARTER, Assistant Assessor Third Divi?
sion, Office No. 364 Kin g-e ti eet.
ALEX. LINDS TRON, Assistant Assessor Seventh
Division, Office No. 364 Ring-street.
March 20 fmw3*
SS- BREAST MILK.-COMSTOCK'S RA?
TIONAL FOOD is by analysis the same in its chem!
al elements as healthy mother't milk, and is the easi?
est of digestion and assimilation of all nourishments
for infants, invalids and dyspeptics.
Samples to Physicians gratis. Sold by Druggists
and Grocers. G. W. COMSIOCK, NO. 67 Courtland
street, New Fork. DO WIE A MOISE,
General Southern Agents,
March ll_wfml2_Charleston. S. C.
?- WHEATON'S OINTMENT WELL CURE
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of |
Price 60 cents; by moil CO cents. AU druggists
jell it WEEKS k POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
??NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS
jloomy attendants, low spirits, depression, in
voluntary emissions, loss of semen, tpormatorrhcea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory,- and
hresteced impotence and imbecility, find a sove?
reign cure in HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC
SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Composed of the
nost valuable mild and potent curatives, they strike
tt once the root of the matter, tone up the system,
irrest the discharges, and Impart vigor and energy,
ife and vi ta h ty, to the entire man. They have
rared thousands of cases. Price SC per package of
lix boxes and vial or $1 per single box. Sold by
Iruggists, and sent by moil on receipt of price.
Address HUMPHREY'S SPECTFIO HOMEOPATHIC
MEDICINE COMPANY, No. 662 PROADWAY, NEW
?-THE GREAT PRESERVER OF
3EALTH. - TARRANI'S EFFERVESCENT 8ELT
SER APERIENT can always be relied upon as a
pleasant, mild, speedy and positive cure in all cases
}f Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head?
line, Iudige-tion, Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint
Biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
nflamatory Complaints where a gentle cooling ca?
bar tic is required; so says the Chemist so says the
Physician, so says the great American Public of the
Heed ye them, and be not without a bottle in th?
muse. Before life is imperilled, deal Judiciously
nth the symptoms ; remember that the slight internal
Uscrders of to-day may become an obstinate incur?
>le disease to-morrow.
Manufactured only by the sole proprietors, TAB
1ANT k CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green-1
rich and No. 100 Warren streets New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mo February 23
?.CITY .TAX ES.-OFFICE OF THE CI YT
[BEASURER.-Under thc Ordinance to Baise Sup
piles for 1868, Tax-payers are Informed that, daring
he present month, Taxes on Beal Estate must be
paid; also, die Income tax specified in the first sec
The fifth section reads- "
"Any person OT persons, or corporations, Adling to
pay the taxes in the manner and at the times herein
>efore prescribed, may be double taxed at the option
)f Council. And it shall be the dutj^of the City
[Tearirer to forthwith issue executidjBagainst the
joods, chattels, and other property onua persons
>r corporations and lodge the said executions with
he City sheriff, who shall immediately proceed for
he collection of the same, In the manner provided
jv Ordinaces Tor the enforcement of executions."
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX?
PAYER S.-MA?OR'S OFflCE, CHARLESTON,
FEBRUARY 24,18C8.-The following notice is here?
sy published for the information of all persons con?
Whereas, many of the tax-payers of the City of
Charleston have not met their dues on the 15th inst;
Kai whereas the care of the city, the property and
nealth, comfort and lives of the people demand a
proportionate contribution from each for the general
mod, it is proclaimed tbat the delinquents must
promptly some forward, or be proceeded against ac?
cording to law.
By order of the Mayor.
WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council
NOTICE.-OFFICE OF CITY TREASURER,
CHAM.TWTQH, S. C., 3d January, 1868.- Holders of
Coupons of the Fire Loan Bonds of the City of
Charleston, are notified that those due on the 1st
instant will be paid on presentation at the First
National Bank in this city.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
?*A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO
her country home, after a sojourn of a few months
In tie etty, was hardly recognized by her friends.
In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had a
soft ruby con plexion of almost marble smooth?
ness, and Instead twenty-three she really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the canse of to
great a change, abe plainly told them that she used
the CIRCADIAN BALM, ard considered it an in?
valuable acqulsidon to any lady'? toilet. By its nae
any Lady or Gentlemen can Improve their personal
appearance an hundredfold. It ls simple lu it?
combination, as Nature herself 1? simple, yet a nour
patted ia its efficacy ia drawing Impurities (rom,
also heating, cleansing and Nauutying the akin noa
complexion. By its direct action on the cuticle it
draws from it all lt* impurities, kindly healing the
same, and leaving the surface aa Nature Intended it
should be-clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Prfce
SI, sent by Mall or Express, on receipt of an order,
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayeue-strtet Syrecuae, N. Y.
Tbe only American Agents for thc sale of the same,
March 30 lyr
?-EAST INDIAN SECRECY.-A CERTAIN
and sure cure for every kind of RHEUMATISM in
the shortest time ; compiled from the original re?
ceipt. Apply at No. 36 MARKET-STREET.
March 17 tilths*"
?- NO CURE NO PAY.-DR. FORRESTS
"JUNIPER TAR" is warranted to cure Cough,
Croup, Throat and Lung Diseases, of whatever
nature, ii not hopelessly bed-ridden, or the price will
be positively refunded. INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF
PRODUCED. Try it and if ?ot satisfied return the
.>mpty bottles and get your money back. For sale
by druggists everywhere.
Price per bottle-35 cents.
. L. CHAPIN A CO., General Agents,
No. 20 Havre-street, Charleston, S. C.
February 20 th stu 3mos
~ ?. iIN EQUITY.-CHARLESTON-WES
COTT vs. WESCOTT.- Under the Decree filed In
this case on the 10th January, 1868, the creditors of
the late G. W. WESCOTT are called upon to come in
and prove their demands before the undersigned on
or before the Fin', of July. 1869, or be debarred from
all benefit of the decree to be made in this case.
February 18 11120
THE FINE BRITISH BABE "ARBI
TBATOB," iB-ror. Master, "laving a pee- '
non of her cargo engaged, will meet wita
dispatch for toe above port
For Freight engagements apptyto
March 25_6 BOBEBT MURE k CO. ?
THE FIRST-CLASS SHIP KATIE
TROOP, CROCKER Master, haring porilcs* .
of her cargo engaged, will be dtspatdsed.
For Freight engagements apply to ,
WILLIS A CHISOLM,
Marchi_w? - AUannoWharl .
PLANTERS' LINE-FOR JOHN'S ISL?
AND FERR7, WAD MAL AW, NORTH AHB
SOUTH EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
THE FINE SCHOONER "ELVTNA,**
Captain MAoniTH, ls - now recetvuK
Freight at Vanderhorst's Wharf, and aaa
leave on Friday Morning, March 37th.
For Freight engagements, apply to Captain ca
board, or to the Agent, JOHN TUOMEY, ?
No. 36 East Bay,
March 25 2 Corner Ad ger's South Wharf.
THE SWIFT SCREW STEAM?
SHIP "SEA GULL," N. P. Burro*
Commander, will sail for the above
, P?rt on Friday Afternoon, 27th ia
Btant, at 6 o'clock, from Ker Ho. l Union Wharves.
tinlepLS1^8 **** to T***nM*, ?*
For Freight or Passage, apply to
" ? COURTENAY A TREN HOLM,
March 25_3 Urnon Whams. -
NEW YORK AHR CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE-FOR NEW YORK,
/ivf-fckrri THF KI'EG ANT SUDE WHEEL
S%f?t??Ok\ STEAMSHIP "JAMES ADGER,"*
'^<ffiflmffl^ Captain Lo^swoon, will leave
MEHRL Adger's 8outh Wharf for the aboveL
port on TAuriddy, 25th Inst, ut 8 o'clock A. M. t
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGER ft CO,, "
Corner East Bay and Auger's South Wharf, ii
March 23_3_ Up Stair?.
FOR NEW YORK,
REGULAR EVERY SATURDAY.
y4&??ea? TH*E STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,. -
//^?SSFF?? Captain M. B. CBOWELI., wm leave
?*UfflS\MK$r~ Vanderhorst's Wharf, on Satur dey,
?^S??Sin. iloxch 28, at - o'clock.
Bills Lading, accompanied by Tax Receipts, must
be presented by - o'clock of that day.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
March 23_RAVEN EL k CO., Agent?. ' '
FOR NEW YORK.
PEOPLE'S MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
A?s?) THE STEAMSHIP MONERA. ?
jdi&Knttito CaprainB. B. SHACKPOITD, wfll leave
^2MM(^rr^ Brown'3 Wharf ou Friday, 27 th
wSBtW&BLm inst, at SP. M.
For Freight cr Passage apply to
JOHN i THEO. GETTY, Agents,
March 23 _North Atlantic Wharf.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY-V
THEODOH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RE?
DUCED RATES I
yf^h/sgs^ STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
>jrappgg hne leave Pier Na 42, North River,
^?MaV?Xmi toot of Canul-street, New York, at
-ZSl-imSmm 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st 11th
and 21st of every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding). '
Departure of 1st and 2Ut connect at Panama wita
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 1st touch at v?nr>timn
Departure of nth ot each month connects wita
the new steam line from Panama to Australia and
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat go
direct from New York to Aspinwall
One hundred pounds baf?ige free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance nee, ?
For Passage Tickets or further Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, oh the whait,
foot of Canal-street North River, New York.
March 14 lyr F. R. BABY, Agent
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN*.
AMM. THE INMAN LINE, SAILING
.^frMWffr?T. SEMI-WEEKLY, carrying the U.
&Mi?ffl?C* S. Malls, consisting of the foBowiag:
crre OF PARIS. ? ' ,
CITY OF BALTIMORE, .
1 CITY OF WASHINGTON,
? CITY OF BOSTOH
Sailing every Saturday and every alternate Mowdcj,
at 1 P.M., from Pier No. 46 North Elver, New York.
RATES Ot PASSAGE,
BY THE ?*TT. BTEaitXlf BAILIVO XVZXT UmUl
Payable In Gold. I Payable to Cuirency.
lat Cabin.MOO j Steerage.,. .130 <
1st Cabin to London..106 Steerage to London... 35
1st Cabin to Paris....115 j Steerage to Paris..... 45
Passage by the Monday ste uners-First Cabin ISO, ,
gold; Steerage 130; payable In U. 8. enmnoy.
Rates of passage from New York to Halifax; Caben.
$20, Steerage, $f0; payable in gold. ,_
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,
Bremen, Ac, st moderate rater.
Steerage passage from Liverpool and Queenstown,
?40 currency. Tickets can be bought here bv per?
sons sending for their friends. ^
For further Information apply at the Company"?
offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent
No. J.5Broadway, New Yorea.
FOR CHERAW, GEORGETOWN, GARD?
NER'S BLUFF, AND ALL INTERMEDIATE.
LANDINGS ON THE PEE DEE RIVER.
jp?k THE FINE LIGHT DRAFT STEAM
C^gjfks^ ER PLANTER, Captain C. CAEEOU.
VtSST^aom receiving Freight for the above
points, and will leave To-Night, 25th instant
All Freights to be prepaid on the wharf.
No Freight received after sunset
For Freight or Passage, apply to .
March 25 1_Accommodation Wharf.
INLAND ROUTE TO HILTON HEAD AND"
BEAUFORT VIA ENTERPRISE, NORTH EDISTO,
ROCKVILLE, CHKOLM'S LANDING, kc.
fr-w. THE FINE STEAMER FANNIE,
" if IS?Mti Captain FENS PICE, will leave on
ThiirtaayM^ning, 26th Inst, at 6 o'clock.
Returning will leave Hilton Head Friday After?
noon, Beaufort and Chtsobn's Friday Night, Rock?
vale Saturday, at 1 P. M., North Edisto at 6 P. kt,
and Martin's Point and Enterprise at G P. M.
Freight received dally and stored free of charge.
ForFreight or Passage apply to _
March 23 S Acoonmiodatton Wharf.
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF, _
AND ALL THE LANDINGS ON SANTES RIVER.
,_|-r"?h. THE STEAMER "MARION," CAP
.^SaCTAIN J. T. FOSTER, is now receiving
Freigm it Accommodation Wharf, and will leave
Wednesday -VtaAr, 25th "osant
JOHN FERGUSON, Agent
March g_ 8
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA,
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH 8TEAM
rAOF.FI LANE, VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
H EAI> AND BLCFTTOX.
" jps?k THE STEAMER "PILOT BOY,"
??SSE? v-i?r*?Ja W. T. MCNELTY, will leave
i$H?5??evW*<>"^ WU, at 12 o'clock, and
S?v?r.aa!fi ?V?T Tkvrsday Morning, at 1 o cloe*.
AU Way Fvo^ht, also Blanton Wharfage, must be
For Fretrbt or Tarnee, apply to
JOB? FERGUSON, Accommodation Wharf.
FOR PALATKA. FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FEBNANDINA, JACKIN vTLLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S -
RIVER. " ._
JT~^ STEAMERS DICTATOR AND -
C??Sffi2SZClTY POINT, will leave Charleston
ever'- VueAay and Friday Evenings.jt 9 o'clock,
for abova -.laces, and Savannah every Wednesday and
Saturday, at 3 o'clock P. M_
Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. L. M CoxariD, sa?s
Tuesday Evening. _ __
Steamer CITY POINT, Capt a ASBTKB, sail* Fru
d<v0f "Freight or Passage apply on board or at office
of J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents,
January 3 South Atlantic Wharf.
rOTTON CAMBRIC8 AND JACONETS
N ANSOOK MULL and SWISS MUSLINS
TAPE CH ?CES and STRIPES
SWISS CHECKS AND STRIPES
HAIR CORDS and BRILLIANTS ./
RICHARDSON'S HOUSEWIFE LINEN i _
DUNBAR DICKSON k CO. MEDIUM' and FINE'-'
TABLE DAMASK and DIAPER
HUCKABACK DOWLAS and HUCKABACK TOWKLH.
BIRD-EYE DIAPERS and L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS.
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