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VOLUME VI.-NUMBER 824.]
CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
Uar Kai-opean Dispatches.
?BY ATLANTIC CABLE.]
THE ENGLISH COLONIAL POSSESSIONS-THE REVE?
NUES OF THE IBISH CHURCH-MEETING OF THE
CABINET-UNIVERSITY RACE-GIFT FROM NEW
ORLEANS TO THE PRUSSIAN PARLIAMENT -DR.
LIVINGSTONE HEARD FROM PERSONALLY.
LONDON, April 8.-Lord Cranbornc bas been
tendered the Governor-generaIsbip of Canada.
Earl Mayo bas been tendered the Governor
generalship of India. Lord Fitzgerald is about
to resign the judgeship of the Irish Court of ?
The Irish Hierarchy (of the Established
Church) are preparing a petition to the Queen,
against any change in the revenues of the Irish
An important meeting of the Cabinet was
held on Saturday, to consider what action
should be taken in view of the vote on Friday
night on the resolutions of Mr. Gladstone. It
is reported the ministers decided to resign in
case the Opposition should retain'their large
majority after the recess of Parliament.
The annual Spring race between Oxford and
Cambridge Universities took place to-day over
the usual course, in the river Thames, result?
ing in favor of the Oxfords. The distance
pulled was four miles, which was accomplished
by the victorious Oxfords in twenty minutes.
Letters were received to-day from Dr. Liv?
ingstone via Zanzibar. He was in good health
and returns to England after a successful
BERLIN, April 8.-The splendid flag of the
North German Confederation presentecltto Par?
liament by the German citizens of New Orleans,
arrived in thie city a few days ago, and the
gift was formally accepted by Parliament yes?
terday, and will be hung in the chamber.
LONDON, April 3. -Bonds 73J.
LIVERPOOL, Aprd 8-Noon.-Cotton quiet
and steady; sales 10,000 bales; Uplands 12;a
12id.; Orleans lS'aL&d. Provisions andBread
2 P. M.-Cotton irregular and ear cr, with a
decline of 4d.; Uplands on the spot ll jd.; Or?
leans 12'al2.j. Lard 02s. Gd. Pork firm. Bacon
47s. Tallow rios. 9d. Common Rosin 7s. 3d.
LIVERPOOL, April S-Evening.-Cotton closed
heavy with a decline of a fraction. Sales 12,000
bales. Uplands at ll'd.; Orleans 12j. Com
'S9s. Lard G3s. Naval Stores firm.
Uar W ashington Dispatches.
COLORED SCHOOL PROPERTY IN THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA- TilE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU-SUMNER
S VERSUS WADE-OPPOSITION TO IMPEACHMENT
LN THE HOUSE-JUDGE CURTIS TO OPEN THE
ARGUMENT FOR THE PRESIDENT.
WASHINGTON, April 8. - 'J he revenue re?
ceipts to-day were $350,000.
Judge Curtis opens to-morrow in behalf of
the President The demand for tickets is
greater than at any time since the impeach?
ment proceedings commenced.
IN THE SENATE to-day a bill was passed ex?
empting from taxation all colored school prop?
erty in the District of Columbia. Mr. Wilson
reported House bill extending the Freedmen's
Bureau; also a bill allowing persons who had
formed aud expressed opinions based on news?
paper reports to act as jurors, both of which
Mr. Sumner proposed a constitutional amend?
ment declaring all persons elected to the office
of President, and all Vice-Presidents who have
acted as President, ineligible thereafter to
IN THE HOUSE a number of private bills were
passed. Mr. Robertson offered a resolution
rescinding tho resolution of impeachment and
withdrawing the managers. The Speaker de?
clared that the consideration of the resolution
required unanimous consent. A question was
under discussion to print 40,000 copies of But
ler's speech, and Robertson moved that tho
Tre?ular order of business be resumed, with a
view of getting the question out of the way,
hut the House adjourned after a quarter of en
The Virginia Reconstruction Conven?
SERGEANT BATES TN RICHMOND-THE REPUBLI?
CAN STATE CONVENTION.
RICHMOND, April 8.-In the convention to?
day a resolution prohibiting the Legislature
from establishing separate schools for tho two
races was defeated by a vote of sixty-seven
nays to twenty-one ayes. All the propositions
for relief, including the homestead exemption
measure, were also discussed. A speaker re?
fused to give way to allow Sergeant Bates to
be invited on tho floor, saying that he did not
wish to see the United States flag brought in
under copperhead auspices.
Sergeant Bates arrived this afternoon at
half-past four o'clock. About five hundred
persons awaited his arrival at the bridge. He
went off on a brisk trot, and at six P. M. ap?
peared on the top of the capital building and
waved bis flag to a large crowd who bad gath?
ered in the park. He will leave hero on Friday.
A number of prominent citizens have called
The Republican State Executive Committee
to-day determined to call a convention on the
first Wednesday in May to nominate State offi?
Political Affairs in North Carolina.
WLLMLNGTON, April 8.-The excitement over
registration is very great, but no disturbance
? bas thus far occurred. It is thought that the
whites will out-register the blacks. An im
' meuse Conservative meeting was held this
evening; able speeches were delivered by Cols.
R. H. Cowan and J. W. Atkinson, and Major
A. J. Engelhard. Great enthusiasm prevails.
The Northern Elections.
MTLWAUELE, April 8.-O'Neill, Democrat,
bas been elected Mayor by two thousand
majority. The Republicana lose three alder?
men andffive councilmen.
Th? Assassination ot D'Arcy McGee
OTTAWA, C. W., April 8.-Two men named
Wheelan and Doyle, both Irish, were arrested
here to-day on suspicion of killing D'Arcy
McGee. The act is generally attributed to the
Frost In Alabama.
MONTGOMERY, April 8.-A heavy and general
frost occurred here last night, which bas bad
a disastrous effect on young cotton and fruit.
NEW YORK, April 8.-The ship Pearl, from
London for Quebec, was lately lost in Dover
Tho steamer Uoited States, from New York
to New Orleans, was spoken on Saturday off
Hatteras, with her shalt broken. She will pro?
ceed under sail.
NEW YORE, April S-Noon.-Gold 384. Money
and Exchange unaltered. Flour 5al0c. lowor.
Wheat qiiet. Com active and unchanged.
Pork dull at $27 25. Lard 17al7*c. Cotton ir?
regular and easier at 28c.
NEW YORK, April 8-Evening.-Gold closed
firm at 38?. ^Sterling 9|a9v. Cotton a shade
lower and rather moro doing; sales 3000-bales,
at 28c. Flour 5al0c. lower; Southern brands
unchanged. Wheat, Corn and Oats quiet and
steady. Mess Pork $26 90. Lard quiet. Rice
dull at lOSallL Sugar active and firm. Other
Groceries steady. Turpentine 67. Rosin $330
a$7. Freights unchanged.
BALTIMORE, April 8.-Cotton dull at 28 cents.
Flour quiet. Wheat firm and unchanged. Corn
inactive; whito 9all ; yellow 18. Oats 87a90.
Rvo 80. Mess Pork $27 23. Lard 174. Bacon
active and excited: rib Sides lCjalGj; Should?
ers li.'allA; Hams unchanged.
WILMINGTON, April 8.-Turpentine closed
firm at 60c. Rosin in good demand; strained
$2 30a2 &3; No. 2 $2 50; pale $3aG. Cotton dull,
no buyers. Tar declined.
ACGESTA, A pril 8.-Cotton market flat and
entirely nominal. Sales GO bales; receipts 180
SAVANNAH, April 8.-Cotton nominal and un?
changed; holders firm; no sales; receipts 1630
bales; exports 3325 bales.
MOBILE, April 8.-No sa'es? receipts 1569
bales; exports 530 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, April 8.-Cotton dull and
lower; sales 1200 bales; middlings nominally
at 29c; receipts 770 bales; exports 1574 bales.
Gold 39L SterUng, in bank, 52a52A; commer?
cial 50Ja51. New York Sight drafts j premium.
CINCINNATI, April 8_Flour and Corn dull
Mess Pork held at $27. Bacon scarce; Should?
ers 13: clear ribs 164al7.
ST. LOUIS, April 8.-Flour unchanged. Corn
advancing, at 88a92c. Provisions advancing.
Mass Pork $26 50. Bacon buoyant; shoulders
13al3ic; Clear Sides 17jal8c.
POLITICS IS THE STATE.
MEETINGS- SPEECHES-NOMINATIONS- RE
LAEGE MEETINGS IN MARION-THE RADICALS IN
GEORGETOWN-NOMINATIONS IN LEXINGTON
The Crescent and Star have put the ticket
of the Columbia Democratic Convention at the
bead of their columns, aud publish full reports
of a conservative meeting held at the court?
house on Monday. C. D. Evans was called to
the chair, and addresses were delivered by pro?
minent citizens. W. S. Mullins, Esq., was the
first speaker, and he was followed by Colonel
St. Clair and David LeGette, Esq. The com?
mittee to prepare business then reported a re?
solution "That the people of Marion have the
ngbt to demand the services of any man whom
they think useful to the common cause," which
was adopted, as were the following nomina?
tions: Senator-J. Eb Gregg. Representatives
-T. E. Stackbouse, Geo. E. Shooter, D. H. Le?
Gette, and W. S. Ellerbe.
An executive committee of six was appoint?
ed to take charge of the affairs of the party,
as follows: W. S. Mullins, Gen. Wm. Evans,
Gen. R. F. Graham, Major Durham, and A. Q.
McDuffie and C. D. Evans, Esqs.
A Republican moss meeting was held at the
jourtbouse on Wednesday. The Crescent
The Republican meeting at this place on last
irVednesday was addressed by Mr. Whittemore :
ind Dickinson. The latter was very zealous
n stirriug ap strife among our colored friends,
while the former endeavored to carry out the 1
same policy in his "smoothy oily tongue" de?
ceptive manner, well calculated to mislead the
colored people. Their nominees were then
made for tho various offices for State and dis- '
trict. as follows: Por the Senate, (V. S. Collins,
Mr. Stobel, Eben Hays and Bolivar DuRant
rt '.tas B. A. Thompson. For the House, J. E.
Dunlop, Commissioner in Equitv; A. Q. Mc?
Duffie, Coroner; N. C. McDufho, ?Sheriff; A. J.
Shaw, Provost Judge; B. C. McIntyre, Clerk of
Court. The latter name, we bebeve. bas for?
mally accepted the nomination.
A correspondent in Georgetown sends tho
following particulars of a Republican meeting,
beld on the 1th instant:
The Republicans made their nominations to?
day, with enthusiastic demonstrations. The
freedmen from their respective plantations 18
sembled en masse to participate in the selec- ;
tion of their representatives to the General
Assembly. Prior to the meeting groups were
to be seen in every direction on Bay-street,
holding their caucusses and cLUcussing (he ?
merits and demerits of the respective candi- .
dates for nomination. The shrill shriek of the
ufe, however, soon summoned them to their
rendezvous, where a bot contest ensued be?
tween the friends and supporters of the several
candidates, lasting until near five o'clock, with .
the following results:
For Senate-J. H. Rainey (colored).
House of Representabves-H. W. Webb ;
(white), W. H. Jones, Jr. (colored), F. F. Mil?
Clerk ot the Court-Calvin Coe (white).
For Sheriff-S. R. Carr (whito).
The probability is that the above ticket Trill
be revised, and the name of F. F. Miller be
stricken therefrom, as it was afterwards ascer?
tained that he procured his nomination through
gross misrepresentations, and still grosser im?
position upon the credulity of the ilhterato
At a meeting of the Democratic citizens of
Lexington District, held on Monday last, tho
following nominations were made:
For State Senator-Dr. F. S. Lewis.
Representatives-Daniel Kinsler, Noah Huff?
Clerk of Court-E. J. H. Dreher.
Sheriff-S. M. Root.
Tax Collector-J. S. Derrick.
The nominations for State officers, by tho
Columbia Convention, were unanimously con?
At Georgetown, second precmct, April i and
5, whites eight, and blacks niuety-seven.
Pee Dee, none. Waccamaw, none.
Columbia, total registration, whites ona hun?
dred and forty; blacks one hundred and ninety
OOH CITY AS VIEWED B? A MARYLANDER.-The
editor of the Baltimore Gazette, recently a so
jouraei in Charleston, seems to have taken a
decidedly sombre view of the aspect of affairs
iiere. He gives his impressions of our com?
munity as follows :
The people, as far as I can judge, bear
themselves with a calm, staunch courage that
LS admirable. They will not abandon the hone
that the land ot their fathers is one day to be
rescued from the domination of the ignorant
negroes and the prownng strangers who have
Deen enabled to take possession of it. They
>ee that it is idle to contend with the mighty
power which now brandishes over them tho
sword of the conqueror, but they know also
:iiat rights miy be redeemed sometimes by
infiincning endurance when their vindication
}y ether lueaus bas failed, and they have set
bemselves down to suffer patiently, in tao
rust that time will bring redress. Broken in
ortune they are unbroken in spirit, and face
beir appalling troubles undismayed, '.nth
:he courtesy which ever distinguished them
bey are BB ready as ever to extend to a friend
.he bospitabties of their bornes. Men who a
few years ago would have invited you to tables
idorned with the elegancies and crowned with
tho' luxuries of life, will ask you now to sbare
their humble or scanty faro with the same
ruict grace with which they were wont to bid
you to their fi-astintrs. They know no lake
shame in their -..ltered 6tato, and have no apol?
ogies to ma tt for their poverty.
THE PRESIDENT'S TRIAL.
THE PROCEEDINGS ON SATURDAY.
HOW THE PROSECUTION CLOSED.
The Senate on Saturday met at eleven A. M.,
and took up Mr. Sherman's motion to throw
open tho galleries during tho impeachment.
Mr. Conness feared this would lead to rebellion
and other disorders, but was willing to risk it
for three days, and then, supposing the life of
the nation to survive, to open or shut on the
general public as might import best to senato?
rial wisdom. Mr. Frelinghuysen was not ap?
prehensive of a rebellion, but thought if the
doors were thrown open the people of this city
would secure more than a fair sbare of seats.
Mr. Davis offered an amendment designed to
prevent white persons being excluded from
seats by negroes addicted to early rising, which
suggestion almost throw Mr. Morrill into a
spa6ra. The d?bate continued in a piquant
style, but was cut short by the arrival of the
hour for opening tho court. We copy the In?
"The House of Representatives" were an?
nounced, made their grand entrance, some
seventeen in number, and were accommodated
with seats without difficulty.
Mr. L. L. Walbridge was the first witness.
He was a stenographer; took notes of tho Pres?
ident's St. Louis spoech, and testified to the
correctness of the report in tho St. Louis Dem?
ocrat of Sunday, September 9,1806. After a
brief cross-examination, the speech was read
by tho Secretary. It had doubtless been tho
expectation of the House managers to produce
a good doa! of sensation and amusement by
ibis reading; but, savo from a sot of profes?
sional claquers in the middle aisle, nothing of
tins kind was elicited. Mr. Morrill did, in?
deed, once or twice indulge in a smile, but
gave no other sign of special gratification.
Mr. Colfax behaved with customary propriety.
The speech was a pretty damaering one to
the Radical cause; it was not, perhaps, very
smooth or oratorical in its structure, but for
an off-hand effort it exposed capitally the Con?
gressional intrigues by which a conflict of
races was precipitated at New Orleans, and the
slavery of the Freedmen's Bureau substituted
ior the old domination of the planter, as well
as the hickory by which in one bill a small sum
was given by way of bounty to the white
soldier, a larger sum to the nepro, and S4000
per annum extra compensation to the bomb?
proof Radical Congressmen. In short, tho
speech was a telling aud effective arraignment
cf Congress; but we could not help reflecting
that tho very body of partisans whose miscon?
duct was thus held up by the Presideut to the
people on that occasion had now a fino oppor?
tunity to wreak a safe revenge-sittinjras a
court ot impeachment to determine whether
their accuser before their common master, the
people, should hold office, or whether they
should not seize tho opportunity to turn him
out and put a member of their own body in
his place. Of course, such a conjecture of cir?
cumstances will be conceded to be eminently
favorable to the exercise of the judicial faculty.
Mr. Joseph A. Dean, another stenographer,
also took notes of tho St. Louis speech, and
made a report which he stated to be substan?
tially correct. This was put in evidence. On
a brief cross-examination this witness testified
that for an ordinary speaker it would take four
times as long to write out his speech as ho
would be in speaking, and for a rapid speaker
seven times as long. This testimony was un?
derstood to have some bearing upon that of the
Radical ?diter thc other day, who pretended to
mako a verbatim report in long hand, on his
knee, of the President's spoech at Cleveland.
Mr. Robert S. Chew, Chief Clerk of tho State
Department, was the next witness, and01)ave
his evidence in a very succinct and intelligent
manner. He testified that the old form of
commissions was "during the pleasure of the
President for the time being; but that since 1
the passage of the Tenure-of-ofiice law the i
phraseology had been "subject to tho con- 1
ditious prescribed by law." On cross-examina?
tion by Mr. Stanbery, Mr. Chew stated that no ;
commission had ever issued with the words, or i
their equivalent, "to hold office until removed
by tho President, with the consent of the Sen?
ate." Since the 2d of .March, 1867. no com- 1
mission had been issued to tho head of a j
department, and during a period of thirty- .
three years of official service, prior to 1867, all 1
commissions had run "during the pleasure of 1
the President." i
Mr. Butler's aim seemed to be to show that
thc President had recognized the Tenure-of- .
office law, or, at least, had avoided, as far as ;
possible, any infraction of it. Suppose it were J
to appear, as contended for, that in ordinary 1
routine cases the President had yielded his
convictions for the Bake of peace, and only
made a stand when it was proposed to foist an '
odious cabinet officer upon bis confidence, who 1
then would appear as tho aggressor and fit ?
subject for impeachment ? But it will bo no?
ticed that the phraseology employed by the
State Department commission carefully leaves
the validity of the Tenure-of-office law to be .
hereafter determined, as Mr. Johnson desired,
by the judicial tribunals.
General Butler next put in evidence a list 1
furnished by Mr. Seward, exhibiting one re?
moval, viz : that of Mr. Pickering, during the
session of the Senate (be being the only Cabi?
net officer down to 1807 who ever refused to re?
sign), and also a great number of acting, und
several ad interim appointments of Secreta?
ries. These cases being similar in principle to
that ot General Thomas, really went to prove
up the President's case.
Mr. Stanbery wanted to ask whether Mr.
Chew ever knew ot a Cabinet officer, who, on
hoing requested to resign, bad declined so to
do; but this damaging question Mr. Butler
would not consent should he put. Stanton and
Pickering are, however, known to be thc only
cuBes of the Cabinet-barnacle type on record.
Aa General Butler read the letter of Pickering
to Mr. John Adtms, giving his reasons for re?
fusing to resign, it was curious to note the
correspondence in some passages with tho let?
ter of Mr. Stanton, the cool, easy defiance with
which Pickering declined to accede to the Pres?
ident's "overture," as he called it; but then
Mr. Pickering pleaded the pecuniary induce?
ments for his resolve to "stick,: '.nth a candor
that Mr. Stanton has not copied; though in
other respects the cr-ses accord.
Mr. Butler's next effort was to read a letter
of President Johnson to Secretary Mcculloch
in respect to the appointment of General Grant
to the War Department, m order to show that
by this notification the Tenure-of-offico law
waa recognized. General Butler should not
need to be told that one part of a law may
be good, and another bad. The letter of the
President was under the "eighth section," and
noue other, which, in case of changes in pub?
lic officers, made it the duty of the President
to notify the Treasury officials.
After the usual recess, General Butler, who
bas managed the impeachment cause almost
exclusively, and with conceded ability, deter?
mined to gratify his silent and obsequious sub?
ordinates by a grand dress parade. Accord?
ingly, Messrs. Boot well, Wilson and Bingham
were each allowed to get up in turn and read
documents for about five or ten minutes each.
This being over. Mr. Butler formally announced
that he had closed his case. Ht might have a
witness or two to make "cumulative" proof,
but "substantially" he was done. Mr. CILUB
tben asked that the court should adjourn until
Thursday to give time to the President's coun?
sel to collect, collate, and prepare their testi?
mony and proofs. He stated that they would
have* few oral witnesses, but a good deal of
documentary evidence, which they wished tune
to collect and prepare, and by tbie allowance
thpv would, as members ot the profession could
well understand, actually savo time.
Thc general feelinp; of the Senate was to al?
low this time without making difficulty, but
Mr. Sumner tried hard to prevent this indul?
gence. Amjug th08ewho supported Ur. Sum?
ner iu this were Mr. Conkling, the inevitable
Mr. Drake, Mr. Morgan, who has so far given
partisan votes even on motions to adjourn, and
Mr. Stowart-who "sticks" to one ei?e firmly.
Per contra. Mr. Howard, who, tboagh ultra, is
a good lawyer, knew a refusal would net be re
g.irded as decent by his profession, and voted
"aye " Mr. Tipton, fortified by thirty-six ad?
herents, announced in shrill treble a flat re?
bellion from the yoke of his cJlcague, Mr.
Thayer. In fact, the very depths were loosen?
ed, and the Chief Justice for an instant found
himself in tho Court he wished the Senate
And so tho trial stands over until Thursday.
It is but fair to General Butler to Bay, that con?
sidering thc laoat weakness of bia cause und
the absence of any useiul assistance from his
colleague*, ho has fought a stout battle with
the legal giant* opposer! to him.
TESTIMONY FOB THE PRESIDENT TN IMPEACH?
MENT-EFFORTS OF EXTREMISTS FOR CONVIC?
TION-PROBABILITIES OF FATE AND IMPARTIAL
TBLAL-GENERAL SHERMAN'S TESTIMONY-THE
The Washington correspondent of tho Balti?
more Sun writet. under date of the 5th inst.:
There are many points to bc made in evi?
dence by tho defence which are not anticipated
by the public possibly; but, nevertheless, they
arise legally and pertinently in the trial, and
will make the defonco so complete that, even
were not the case presented by tho impeachers
so flimsv and utterly devoid of proof of guilty
knowledge or criminal intent on the part of
the President, the Senate would be compelled
to render a verdict of acquittal.
It is, however, tho general impression among
tho public, and especially among mere superfi?
cial observers, that uo matter how thoroughly
and entirely tho defence may be maie out, the
Senate will convict as a party measure
This is believed by many, because the im?
peachers unequivocally proclaim to outsiders
that there is no doubt of a conviction, and yet
it is well known that these same impeachers
are seriously exercised becauaeof their failure
to obtain assurances from certain fourteen Re?
publican senators that they will convict with?
out refereuco to law or testimony. To the cre?
dit of theso reticent senators, be it known that
they have not agreed to any result, and that
tliey proposo to try the case upon its merits
and the law and testimony as presented in the
trial. Such has been then- response thus far
when approached by the schemers.
Nothing undaunted, however, the extreme
Radicals have organized for a vigorous and
what they say will be an irresistible movement
upon the'obstiuat3 senators, and they expect
this week to send to each particular member
their supposed influential constituents, to
threaten or entreat a promise to convict. Such
is their plan, as wc have it from an authentic
It is more than probable, however, that the be?
sieged senators will administer proper rebukes
to their besiegers for such disgraceful attempt
to tamper with tho Senate. All the defence de?
mands is that the case may be tried and deter?
mined upon tho constitution, the law and the
facts that may bo adduced in evidence.
General Sherman arrived hero to-day in re?
sponse to :v subpoena requiring him to testily
fov the defendant. Judtre Curtis will mako che
argument tor tho President on Thursday next,
aud, as now arranged, the other spoccbes on
tho same side will bo made by Messrs. Evarts
and Stan bery, in tho order here named. It is
understood the two remaining speeches tor
the prosecution are to bo marje by Boutwell
and Bingham, tho latter to make tho closing
argument. _ _
Tue Wrongs of Ireland.
MB. GLADSTONE'S RESOLUTIONS ON THE IRISH
CHURCH QUESTION-QUEEN VICTORIA ASKED TO
CEDE HER ECCLESIASTICAL INTERESTS.
By the steamship Hausa, at this port, we
have the verbatim text of Hr. Gladstone's reso?
lutions on thc Irish Church question, proposed
to Parliament on the 23d of March. A tele?
graph synopsis of the r?solutions reached us
by the Atlantio cable, but it was of a very
meagre character, particularly in the report of j
the third resolution.
In the House of Commons on the 23d of
March, Mr. Gladstone, who was received with
opposition cheers, said : Tho motion which I
wish to make on the Irish Church will be in the
form of three resolutions, to be moved in com?
mittee on acts relating to the Established
Church in Ireland, and the terms of three j t
resolutions will bo these: 11
1. That, in the opinion of this House, it is
necessary that the Established Church of Ire?
land should cease to exist as an establishment
-(opposition cheers)-duo regard being had
to all personal interests and to all individual 11
rights of property. (Ironical ministerial cheers j f
and laughter. )
2. That, subject to the foregoing considera
lions, it is expedient to prevent tho creation
of new personal interests by the exercise of
any public patronage-(cheers)-and to confino
the operations of the Ecclesiastical Commis
sioners of Ireland to objects of immediate
necessity or involving individual nghts pond- '
ins: the final decision of Parliament.
3. That ahnmble address be presented to her t
Mojesty, humbly to pray that, with a view to t'
the purposes aforesaid, her Majesty wotdd be
graciously pleased to place at the disposal of
Parliament her interest in the temporalities of
the archbishoprics, bishoprics and other
ecclesiastical dignities and benefices in Ireland
and in the custody thereof. (Opposition | fl
The right honorable gentleman continued
[ gave notice on Friday that I would take the t
liberty of asking Her Majesty's government ..
either to-day or to-morrow-whichever day
might best suit them-whether it was compati?
ble, in their views of the state ot public busi?
ness, to afford any assistance for the discussion
of this motion; and perhaps the right honor?
able gentleman will now bo pleased to say what
view he takes of that matter. In case it should
not be in the power of the right honorable
gentleman to afford such assistance I should
then feel it my duty to bring it on the first day
[ could regularly propose it, which, I believe,
would be on Friday next, as an amondment cn
going into Committee of Supply.
A PHASE OF FASHIONABLE LIFE n NEW YORK.
In Twenty-third-street, near Madison ave?
nue, is a genuine gambling house, patronized
exclusively by females. The Kew York corres?
pondent of a Syracuse paper describes it as fol?
It is a modest, unpretentious-looking house,
the entrance scrupulously clean, and pre?
senting no different appearance, externally,
than those adjoining, save tho blinds are all
tightly closed. Ringing tho boll, we are ad?
mitted by a gorgeously apparelled woman, who
acts as janitresu. Un'ouo side of the hall is a
superb painting of Leda and the Swan, on the
opposite side is another painting, equally good,
of Venus rising from the sea. Ascending the
stairs, we aro ushered into the parlors on the
first floor. They are elegantly, even luxurious?
ly furnished. The person who fitted up these
rooms must have bad exquisite taste. The t
paintingB hanging on the walls are rare
and valuable, but the most conspicuous,
and the one that first strikes the eye 1
and rivets the attention, is tbe painting
by Ary Schaffer of the gambling scone from
Bulwer's play of "Money," and for which,
it is stated,' August Belmont bas offered
$20,000, and been refused. Seated around the e
room and at the gaming table are a number of ' f
ladies, all of whom are dressed in the heitiht of
fashion. The players are flushed with excite?
ment; but the dealer, in her Pompadour waist,
half revealing, half concealing an ample bust,
sits calm and collected, and rakes in the
"chips" with the utmost sang-froid. Ever and
anon some player, when a neavy bet is lost,
calls for wine, which is speedily supplied by an
attentive and demure looting Hebe. That
lady at the centre of thu table, Bitting
between Anonyma and Aspasia, is the
wde ol one of our most wealthy merchants.
I could tell you her n ame, but tales must 1 *
never bo told out ol school. Observe that young t
lady with a bonnet no larger than a cockle
shell and Bismarck brown ribbons; the one who
is now taking off her diamond nug to stake,
and which abe will lose as sure as eggs are
eggs, is the daughter of an ex-judge. Ah 1 our
wealthy merchant's wife is a loser; see, Bho
rises from the table, biting her hps till tho I
blood cornea to conceal her emotions. Come, ' (
let us away. Such scenes do not make om*
opinion of poor, weak human nature the moro
Is it any wonder that we BO frequently see
rewards offered for lost diamond rings, neck?
laces and bracelets ? If we had the power of j
Asmodeus, wo would seo these "lost" articles
m the safe of some gentleman who has tor his
sign tho old Lombardy emblem of three bal H.
The thirst for gambling will never be satisfied,
and money must be obtained.
THE TRIAL OF JEFFERS ON DAVIS POSTPONED.
We have already staled that the trial of Jeffer?
son Davis had been postponed until the 2d of
May next. The fallowing is tho order of Judge
Underwood in tho case:
27te Unued Stiles vs. Jefferson Davis_Coun?
sel having boen beard in this cause for the
United States and for tbe defendant, it is now
ordered that thc defendant have leave to de?
part hence until Saturday, tlie 2d of May next,
nt 10 o'clock in the forenoou of that day, at
which day and hour he is require 1 tobe and
appear personally before this court, according
to the condition of bin recognizance.
JOHN C. UNDERWOOD,
April 2, 18G8. District Judge.
$3- The Friends and Acquaintances
of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. BRANDT, and of Mrs. R.
MITCHELL, and of Mrs. A. F. SMITH, and of Mr.
JAMES L. BRANDT and Family, aro respectfully invi?
ted to attend thc Funeral Services of Mrs. C. W.
BRANDT, at Bethel M. E. Church, at Four o'clock
This Afternoon. 1* April 3
COHEN.-Departed this hie, on the 28th of March,
1868, in Charleston, S. C., Mrs. Jl-NNEATTE ELIAS
COHEN, wife of EDWARD B. COHEN, and eldest
daughter of DAVID and ELEANOR ELIAS.
This beloved creature bore her sufferings of an
incurable disease with patience and fortitude, never
forgetting for a moment to fully appreciate the love
and kindness of those who surrounded her, who
were untiring in their efforts to aid in tho relief of |
her sufferings until the last moments of her exist?
ence. As she lived, so abe died-loved, adored and
cherished by all who knew her. May her soul rest
In Heaven, and her spirit return to Him who gave it,
Into that temple not made with hands, eternal in the
Heavens. * D.
BRIGHAM.-Died, at the Mills House in this city,
on the morning of Monday, 6th inst, Colonel E. D.
BRIGHAM, hf Boston, Mass.
Suffering in health from long and close application
to business, he boped to receive benefit from a visit
to the South, and had reached this city on his way
to Florida, wheu his strength suddenly and unex?
pectedly foiled him. Though merely passing through
Charleston, and personally a stranger, hp received
?very possible attention irom t'aose who knew him
In his native city ho was widely known and highly
:stecn>ed by all classes, both in business and in so?
ciety, and his sudden death will bc there universally
?S" A NOVELTY.-THE LATEST AND
wost effectual remedy for the cure of debility, loss
>f appetite, headache, torpor of the liver, etc., is
?ANKNTN"S HEPATIC BITTERS. For sale by all
[fruggists. . th
J83- NO CUBE NO PAY.-DB. FORREST'S
'JUNIPER TAR" is warranted to cure Cough,
?roup, Throat and Lung Diseases, of whatever
laiure, ii not hopelessly bed-ridden, or the prico will
>c positively refunded. INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF
?RODUCED. Try it, ondif no: satisfied return the
itnpty bottles and get your money back. For sale
ry druggists everywhere.
Price per bottle-35 cents.
L. CHAPIN k CO., Geuerol Agents,
No. 20 Hoyne-strcct, Charleston, S. C.
February 20 thstu 3raos
JOS"NEW JIARRLAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
or Young Men. on Physiologic!.1 Errors. Abuses and
Diseases, incident to Youth end Early Manhood,
vhlch create impediment* to MARRIAGE, with sure
neons of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
>f charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLLN HOUGHTON,
howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31 _3m os
^UNRIVALLED.-NOTHING THAT HAS
iver been known or heard of as a tonic adds so
nueli to the resistant power 0 ' the human system,
meier circumstances unf ivorable to health, as HOS
CKTTER'S STOMACH BiTIEEtS. If you w ould es
:apo the intermittent fevers, flt* of indigestion, bil
ons attacks and bowel compi lints, of which cold
ind damp an. tue frequent causes, use the BITTERS
is a PROTECTIVE MEDICINE. This is the wisest
ionise; but, H already an invalid, try the prepora
ion as a RESTORATIVE. In either case full re?
lance may be placed upon its efficacy.
There is no mystery about (ho causes of its suc
:css. lt is the only stoma:bic and alterative in
vhlch are combinod tho grand -requisites of a mild,
iure and un vi tin ted vegetable stimulant, with the
Ines: selection of tonic, anti-bilious, anti-scorbutic,
.perlent and depurativo herbs, plants, roots and
jarks that have ever been intermixed in a medicinal
Tho Bitters have this distin :tive quality, which is
lot shared, it is believed, by any tonic, tincture or j
xtract in the world. It docs not excito the pulse,
hough it Infuses o wondcrfi.l degree of vigor into
he nervous system, and strojgthens and sustains
he whole physical organization.
California and Australia have emphatically endors?
ed ltas the HINERS'S MEDICINE par excellence,
nd in Spanish America and ol the tropical climates,
: is considered the only reliable antidote to epidemic
Thc already Immense and still increasing con
umpt?on of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
racked by many of the most influential physicians
aroughout the country, shot Jd convince the most
keptical that it is worthy thc confidence ond oppro
ladonofall. 6 April 9
93- THE GREAT PRESERVER OF
IEALTH. -TARRANr'S EFFERVESCENT SELT
IER APERIENT con always ho relied upon as a
ileasant, mild, speedy and positive cure in all coses
f Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Hcad
che, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint,
iillousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
nflamatory Complaints whero a gentle cooling ca
hartic is required; so says ihe Chemist, so says the
'bysician, so says the great American Public of the
Heed ye them, and be m t without a bottle in the
louse. Before life is imperilled, deal judiciously
ri th the symptoms; remember that the slight Internal
tiscrders of to-day may became an obstinate in cura?
lle disease to-morrow.
Manufactured only by thu sole proprietors, TAR-.
tANT k CO., Wholesale "druggists, No. 278 Green
rich and No. 100 Warren streets New York.
Sold by oil Druggists. 3mo February 22
ts- A YOUNG LAT Y RETURNING TO
1er country home, after a sojourn of o few months
n tie city, was hardly recognized hy her fri ends,
n place ol ? coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had s
oft ruby con plexion of almost marble smooth,
leus, and Instead twenty- ihree she really appeared
mt eighteen. Upon inquiry os to the cause of so
Teat a change, she plainly told them that she used
be CIRCADIAN BALM, OLd considered it on rn
.aluoble acquisition to any lady's toilet. By its use
ny Lady or Gentlemen ca2 Improve their personal
appearance an hundrcdfdd. It is simple in its
lomtiination, as Nature heiself is simple, yet unsur
as-ed m its efficacy in drawing impurities from,
lio bealing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and
omplexion. By its direct action on the cuticle lt
trows from itali it? impurities, kindly healing the
ame, and leaving the nur ace as Nature intended it
hould bo-clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price
?1, sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order,
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayetle-Btreet, Syracuse, N. Y.
the only American Agents for the sale oftbesame.
Msrch sn lyr
J83" NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS
;loomy attendants, low spirits, depression, in
roluntory emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
oss of power, alzzy hetd, loss of memory, and
breatened impotence an J imbecility, find a sove?
reign cure m HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC
iPECIFlC No. TWENTY-"SIGHT. Composed of the
nost valuable mild and potent curatives, they strike
it once the root of the natter, tone up tb* system,
irrest the discharges, and impart vigor and euergv,
He and vi ta h ty, to the entire mau. They hav<
lured thousands of eases. Price $5 per package of
ii? boxes and viol, or $1 per single box. Sold by
Iruggista, and sent by mail ou receipt ot pnce.
\ddress HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC
ilEDTCTNf COMPANY, No. 532 yRt/ADWAY, NEW
JfS" WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CURE
WHEATON'S OINTMl NT will cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OIN TM I NT cure? Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Di-.cascs ot
Price 50 cents; by m ?il CO cents. A.l druggists
. ll lt WEhES k POT. Eli, Boston, Pro rle:?)w.
tfeptsm ber io Ctcmwl1 y
Sp criai notices.
esr PUBLIC MARKETS, APRIL 9, 18G8.
Tc-Morrow being Good Friday, the Markets wi'l be
closed at Nine o'clock A. M.
April 9 1 Chief Clerk.
?5-CITY RESIDENTS CAN PAY TAXES
THIS DAY, 9th inst, and loth and 11th instant, on
property in St John's Berkeley Parish, by calling
during business hours at COURTHOUSE, lowc-r
floor. A. C. RICHMOND,
Tax Coll ctor St. John's Dcrkeley Parish.
April 9 3
ii 43*NOTICE.-THE BUSINESS OF THE
lato SAMUEL G. COURTENAY will be continued
for the present at No. 0 Broad-street, where persons
indebted to his Estate will make payment, and
! where claims, properly attested, may be presented
GEORGIANNA A. COURTENAY,
I April 9 QnaUflcld Executrix,
43* NOTICE -AS THE MILLS BOUSE
has been closed until further notice, reports are in
circulation that the Charleston Hotel bas increased
its prices of Boord. This is to notify the public that
such is not the case. The rates remain as hereto?
Fer Diem Board.$4 per dar.
Regular Board.As per contract
J. P. HORBACH, Proprietor.
Apr 19 3
4ST OFFICE CHARLESTON GAS-LIGHT
COMPANY, APRIL, 7,18C8.-The Board of Tirectors
having declared a Dividend of FTFTY CENTS PER
SHARE on the Capital Stock of this Compon;, the
some will be poid to stockholders on and after
Monday, 13th inst. Books for transfer oro closed
from this date until the 13th inst.
W. J. HERIOT,
April 8 Secretory and Treasurer.
J9S- NOTICE.-ON A FINAL ADJUSTMENT
of the aflai-s of thc late co-partnership of CRAIG,
TOOMEY & CO., it was agreed that all the outstand?
ing debts dno the Concern should be paid to the
subscriber, who is alone authorized to receipt for the
AU persons indebted to said Concern, by note or
otherwise, will moke payment to
36 Last Bay,
April 8_Corner Adger's South Wharf.
43*REM O VAL NOTICE.-MW. MAT
THIESSEN has removed his Clothing House from
No. 219 King-street to No. 291, at the Corner ot
Wentworth street where he is opening an clegunt
supply of Spring Clothing and Furnishing Goods for
Men and Boys, 12 March 28
45" OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR,
CITY HALL, APRIL 2, 18C8.-Thia Office will con?
tinue open for the receipt of returns for CAPETA
TION TAXES, until Wednesday, the 15th of April in
elusive, from 9 A. M mini 2 P. M.
By order of the Mayor. W. N. HUGHES,
April 2 13 City Assessor.
49* YARMOUTH BLOATERS, SCALED
HERRING, CODFISH, SWEET CIDER, (on draught);
Davis' Diamond and Clark's HAMS, Prime GOSHEN
BUTTER, Allsops, Muir & Sons, Jeffrey's Bass PALE
ALE, London PORTER. Elton's BUTTER CRACK?
ERS, GINGER SNAPS, MILK and CREAM BIS?
CUITS. A fresh supply of above received this week,
WM. S. CORWIN fe CO.,
March 31 No. 276 King-street
49-TEAS, TEAS, COFFEES, COFFEES_
At WM. S. CORWIN & CO., No. 275 Kitig-street, will
be found a iuU supply of TEAS and COFFEES that are
good and pure. We parch and grind JAVA COFFEE
and warrant it pure and unadulterated. A trial ot
our TEAS and COFFEES will convince the consumer
that our goods are as represented.
WM S. CORWIN 4 CO.,
March 31_No. 275 King-street
J8S-NOTICE.-FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
ot Correspondents, an authorized Pcstofflce messen?
ger, will, until further notice, be found daily (except
Sunday s j at the hours given below, at the office of the
City Railroad, corner of East Bay and Broad Streets,
to receive and convey to the Fos'offlce letters and pa?
pers intended for the malls, viz: *
For the South Carolina Railroad Mails-Augusta,
Savannah, and Western, from 8 A. M., to 9 A. M.
For the South Carolina Railroad Mails-Colombia
and Greenville, from 3 P. M., to 4P. M.
For the South Carolina Railroad Mails-Augusta
and Western, from 5 P. M, to 0 P. M.
For the Early Morning Mails-from 7 P. M. to 6
P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M
43* BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best In the world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill effects of bod dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair Boft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; on
properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory, No
Bond-street New York. lyr January
45" NOTICE-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Estate of B. F. BRADFORD, late
of Wolterboro', deceased, are requested to present
them duly attested, to ALLEN A GILBERT, quali?
fied Executor, ot Sumter, S. C.; and all persons in?
debted to the said Estate, by note or otherwise, are
informed that tho notes and accounts have been
placed in tho hands of the undersigned for collec?
tion. Arrangements for settlement will be made as
early as possible. P. J. MALONE,
Attorney at Law.
Walterbpro', 8. C., March 21frt, 1868.
March 27 2amo3mos
43* 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 til Druggist?. \
49-FIRE DEPARTMENT .-FOR THE
better government of the Fire Department, the
Board of Firemasters have formed THREE FIRE
DISTRICTS within the city, which will go into ope?
ration on the first of April:
DISTRICT No. 1- Wards Not. 1 and 3.-The follow?
ing Engines will do fire duty in these Ward:-Steam?
ers PALMETTO, YOUNG AMERICA. PHONIX, t.nd
Hand-engines VIGILANT and GERMAN.
DISTUICT No. 2-JFardi Noe. 2 and i-Steamers
??NA, PIONEER; Hand-engines HOPE, STONE?
WALL, and CITY ENGINES Nos. 5 and 7.
Meeting-street, from Calhoun to South Bay, the
dividing Une, East and West
DISTRICT No. 3- FFard ? Not. 5, 6,7 and 8-Steamers
WASHINGTON. MARION; Hand-engines EAGLE,
and CITY ENGINES Nos. 8 and 9.
Calhoun-street the dividing : lae, North and South.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANIES Nos. 1 and 2
will run to ail Ares.
The peal of St. Michael's will be discontinued and
the Wards ftruck.
If assistance is needed irom any of the other dis?
tricts other than where the fire may be, the Ward
will be struck requiring the atfention of engines in
If the flee should be an extended one, and the
services of the entire department required, thc
alarm bells will be struck twelve times.
The mc libers of aU companies ore required to re?
pair to their respective ecg ne houses, subject to the
rules of their compames.
Any companv violating the above regulations
will be subjected to a fine of ono hui:d:eJ dollars,
By order of thc i oard if Fire Masters.
M. H. NATHAN,
March 20 15 ? Lief Fire Department.
43-NOTlvi:.-L MARY PITZEL, WIFE OF
WILLIAM Pl'IZEL, formerly a grocer, r.-sidin^ at
thc comer of King and Columbus sire ts. do hereby
(.ive nor cc that one mouth aller da'e I Fbail carryon
1 u-iue-s a- a Free Dealer.
Morilla lamoS-25,31,apT ll
FOR BULL'S BAT.
, THE SLOOP "GEOEGE," CAPACITY
200 bushels, will leavo for Bull's Bay, Mc
iClellanviUe, sud North and south aantee,
?on Friday, 10th.
For Freight, apply to
WAGENKR, HEATH A MONSEES.,
April 9 l* No. 105 East Bay.
THE YACHT ELEANOR.
IS NO W PBEPARED TO CONVEY PA8
! SENGEES to all points of interest around
?.the harbor. To leave Government Dock st
.10 o'clock, A. M., and 3 P. M., visiting Fort
Sumter and Morris Island.
Arrangements for passage, or charter, made at the
establishment, MEETING-STREET, one door south
of Mills House.
. April 4_
YACHT MAGGIE MITCHELL.
THIS FAVORITE YACHT, HAVING
'been thoroughly refitted for pleasure par?
ities, is now ready tfor engagements by sp
?plica?on to the captain on board, orto
BLACK & JOHN6TON,
April 7 tuths6mos Agents.
EMPIRE STEAMSHIP LINE.
/gS*^**^ THE STEAMSHIP ALLIANCE,
>%*?f^T?"? J^MES R- KFJ.T.T Master, will sail
^?^V?t?nU as above, from Central *vharf, on
??BaSHBSfa Saturday next, the 11th instant.
For engagements apply to
H. F. BAKER A CO.,
April 7 No. 20 Cumberland-street
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
FOB NEW TOBE.
/iM*fcf<( THE 8PLENDED SIDE WHEEL
j%&B& r? STEAMSHIP CHARLESTON,
?*y$f\MrW~ BEBET, Commander, will leave
^y~-Mc?r-^. Adger's south When on Saturday,
the ll i h instant, at -o'clock.
Through Bills ot Lading given to Boston, Phila?
delphia and Providence.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES AUG th & CO.. (Up Stairs),
Corner Adger's Whait and East Bay.
jes-The CHAMPION will follow on Saturday, the
17th instant, at - o'clock.
FOR NEW YORK.
PEOPLE'S MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
>??3&B? THB STEAMSHIP MONERA,
y%?j??^t jb? Captain JOHN VALPEY, will Jeave
??Sffiffl&fffl^ Brown's Wharf on Friday, April 10,
=^e=355=&- at 9 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN A: THEO. GETTY. Agents,
April 7_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LIVE STEAMERS.
jg^f'^fta THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
yjwjflXfeXfe Captain M. E. CBOWELL, wul leave
??jAT?^T\ Vanderhorst's Wharf, on Saturday,
awSHBBB?BBwAprAlL 1868, at 10 o'clock A. M.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
March 30_RAVENED & CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMFY'?
THROUGH ELVE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY SE?
^./T^NRPX STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
/yW?Ujgz. line leave Pier No. t?,'North River,
?&\wM''T.( ?oot ?' Canal-street, New York, at
?=?~=aj^^ 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 with?
al earners for South Pacific and Central American
parts. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of ll th ot each month connects with
the new steam line from Panama to Australia and
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to A sp In wall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further Information apply
at the COMPA?rra'TICWjrr OFFICE, on the whartV
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 14 lyr F. R. BABY, Agent.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. .
j?.^^.., THE INMAN LINE, SAILING
sZ&^lffiL SEMI-WEEKLY, carryinsr tho U.
C^^^^W^ S. Mails, consisting of the following
CITY OF PARIS,
CITY OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF WASHINGTON,
^ CITY OF BOSTON,
Saning every Saturday and every alternate Monica,
at 1 P.M., from Pier No. 45 North River, New Yor?T*"
BATES OF PASSAGE
BY THE MAIL STE KVT:RB SAEUKQ EVEBY 8ATXT.D?Y.
Payable in Gold. I Payable In Currency.
1st Cabin.$100 j Steerage.$30
1st Cabin to London..105 Steerage to London... 35
1st Cabin to Paris_116 | Steerage to Paris.45
Passage by the Monday ste miers-First Cabin $90,
gold; Steerage $30; payable in U. S. currency.
Rates of mssage from New York to Halifax; Cabin.
520, Steerage, $10; payable in gold.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,
Bremen, icc, ?t moderate rates.
Steerage pas?Ace from Liverpool and Queenstown,
* 40 currency. Tickets can be bonght here by per?
sons sending for their friends.
For further information apply at the Company's
D?kes. JOHN G, DALE, Agent,
No. 15 Broadway, New York.
February 20 6mo
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, KEIl'HFIELD
AND WAVEBLY MILLS.
p wddS THE STEAMER "EMILIE," CAPT.
'T^ili,T??r?' '?"R DAVIS, will receive fr.ight This
Day ut south commercial Wharf, and leave as above
To-Morrow (Friday) Morning, 10th inst, at 7 o'clock.
Returning will leave Georgetown on Monday Morn?
ing, 13th instant, at 6 o'clock.
No Freight received siter sunset
All Freight must bo prepaid.
For Freight or Passage apply to
S HACK ELFORD & KELLY, Agents,
No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
S. S. FRASER, Agent, Georgetown, S. C.
FOR EDISTO, ROCKVILLE, FEN?
WICK'S AND HUTCHINSON'S ISLANDS AND
_ _ yflT-THE 8TEAMER ST. HELENA,
JmjtQmaSb Captain D. BOYLE, will receive
Freight Thu Day, and leave To-Morrow Morning at
7 o'clock, and Edi s to Saturday Afternoon, at 5
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
JOHN H. MURRAY. Market Wharf,
Steamer will leave again on Tuesday Morning at 9
o'clock, and Edisto on Wednesday Morning at 9
o'clock. 1* April 9
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
BUCKINGHAM'S POINT, AND ALL INTER MEDI
ATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN TEE BITER.
m .?lT-^w THE LIGHT DRAFT STEAMER
?BffYiiS??M''M*WTnN" is now receiving Freight
for the above points, and will leave with dispatch.
All Freight to be prepaid on the wharf.
No Freight received after sunset
Fer Freight engagements, apply to
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA,
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAS STEAM
PACKET UNE, VIA BEAUFORT, BILTON*
HEAD AND BLUFF TON.
_ -JT??w THE STEAMER "PILOT BOY,"
.-~^r^nr-?7 Captain W. T. MCNELTY, will leave
Charleston every Munday Night, at 12 o'clock, and
Savannah every Thurtaay Morning, at 7 o'clock.
Al) Way Freight, also ?Hunton Wharfage, most be
For Freight or Paieaue, apply to
JOhN FhHGUMTN. Accomuvodittoti WDari,
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FrRNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'8
m -rr--w STEAMERS DICTATOR AND
BBEBCCITY POINT, wit) leave Charleston
ever/ Tuesday and Friday Eeeniugs, at 9 o'cli^k.
lor above i laces and Sara nah every Wednesday and
Saturday, at ii o'clock P. M.
Steamer DICTA I OR, Capt L. M. Co SETTER, sails
Stearne r CITY POINT, Capt S. ASSESS, sails Fri?
day Scent . n.
Returning, tb* DiOTATOR will leave Savannah
ev ry Saturday Mornin , at 7 O'clock.
For r reign: or P?s*age aptly on b lard or at offl.-.a
ol J. D. AIKEN A* C< '., Agent*.
Januar* 0 south Atlantic Wburt
- .cIT"'*'* STEAMER "EMILTE." CAPTAIN
?ajSwSSLi ISAAC DAVIS, eua i? engage* to TOW
VEoSEl> to und I rom sea on Tutting!, Wednesdays
and Tlmrsaatjt. 1
For engagements apt>?'.' to Captai. DAVIS, on
board, ui commercial-Wharf, or ro
.-HA?'KLLFORD A Kl LLY,
February 23 ?filth lo. cu's Whirf.
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