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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1048. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 7, 1869. FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK
TUE STATE CAPITAL.
OPINION OF THE SUrREME COURT IN THE
CHARLESTON MANDAMOS CASE-PROCEEDINGS
OF THE LEGISLATURE-TAXING COUNTIES TO
PAY FOB MURDERS -NO BONDS FOR EILL1IOLD
EBS OF THE BANK OF THE STATE.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DAILY SSW}.]
COLUMBIA, January 7.-In tho Supremo
Coutt, tins morning, in tho case of Iho Stato
cr- rcladone Gilbert Pillsbury vs. tbo Aciintr
Boar?! of Al lerruen of the City of Charleston,
the peremptory mandamus was granted, ail
the justices concurring. Chief Justice Mosc3
uiffered from thc majority of the court in part
o? his opinion, but agreed to tho final decision.
The opinion of Justice Willard, in which the
others concurred, says in conclusion : "The
relators will bo permitted to amend their al?
ternative writ in conformity with thc forego?
ing, and upon such amendment a peremptory
mandamus will issue\ommanding the respon?
dents to declare the election. Messrs. Cham
JT bcrlain and Corbin have prepared the perempto?
ry writ, addressed to the Actinsr Board of Alder?
men, reciting the case of the petitioners, setting
forth thc finding of the court upon the issues
of law and fact made by tho return to the al?
ternative writ, and concluding as follows:
"Whereupon it is adjudged that the acting
Board of Aldermen havo not declared tho
election os by law they were boned to do.
therefore they aie commanded and enjoined
that immediately after the receipt of this writ
without delay they proceed to declare said
election, and cortify perfect obedienca and
due execution of this writ to said Supreme
Court on or before - day of -. Heiein tail not
at your peril and have then and there this
IN THE HOUSE, tbc bill to amend the act au?
thorizing the sale of tho Columbia Canal was
Whipper introduced a bill to provide for the
widows and orphans of men murdered for
their political opinions. The bill gives $300
annually to the widow during life, to be col?
lected by assessment on the county where the
DcLarge introduced a bill authorizing the
Recorder of Charleston to hold, police courts.
Tomlinson presented a memorial of tho So?
ciety of the Medical College of South Carolina
against the proposed modification of the medi?
cal department of thc South Carolina Univer?
sity. The same was introduced into the Sen?
ate by Corbin. In both houses it was read and
referred to thc Committees on Education.
t Tomlinson introduced a resolutim to pay
* the widow of Martin, of Abbeville, the per
diem that woul'1 have been due Martin if he
IN THE SENATE, Raine y introduced a bill to
regulate banks in liquidation.
The bill to organize the militia was made the
special order for to-morrow at ono o'clock.
Hoyt introduced a bill authorizing courts ot
Tho bill to punish sheriffs violating the
Hemes tead law, and the bill relative to sales of
property under decrees of Courts of Equity
and Circuit Courts, were passed and their titles
changed to acts.
An injunction restraining the Governor from
issuing bonds ts the bill holders of the Bank of
the Stato, was served upon him to-day.
It ia reported that the Governor has deter?
mined not to issiie them unless forced to do so
by the courts._
Mississippi RECONSTRUCTION -THE LOUISIANA
CONTESTE? CASE-STATIONERY FRAUDS-THE
REIGN OF TERROR IN ARKANSAS.
WASHINGTON, January 7.-Major Jeff. L.
Wofford was defeated for the Fortieth, but
elected to the Forty-first Congress from Mis?
sissippi. He was before the Reconstruction
Committee to-day. He opposed admission
nader the election of last summer; he knew of
no violence being used at the election; he
thought the constitution defeated, and if forced
r on the people would be injurious to the best
interests.of the State. The constitution was
too proscriptive; the negroes of tho State did
not favor tho . disfranchisement. Tho people
were anxious for peace and quiet, and were
willing to submit to the acts of Congress. Tho
action of the committee is in doubt, though
Egleston and his partisans aro confident of
tho early admission.
The Election Committee will report adverse?
ly to both Christie andWimpey, claiming scats
In the contested Louisiana caso, wherein
Hunt, Menard and Jones arc interested, early
action is improbable.
The disbursements of tho government last
month amounted to seventeen millions, which
were unusually small.
The Houso Printing Committee was direct?
ed to inquire into the stationery frauds.
The Secretary of the Interior reported to
the House that there was no reduction of bis
force possible, unless the department was re?
organized. A similar communication was re?
ceived from tho Attorney-General.
General Porter, of Grant's staff, reports offi?
cially from Littlo Rock concerning Governor
Clayton's militia. He says that the presont
Stato government is certainly in danger. Pre?
vious to the Presidential election Senator
Barker and Upham, of the Lower House, had
been wounded; Hines, M. C., several Freed?
men's Bureau Agents, and a United States
Marshal had been dr n away by throats.
The Governor refraineu from violonco un?
til after the election, fearing that Iho op?
position might mako capital. Afterwards he
organ.zcd a militia force of oigbthundrenincn,
one-fourth colored, with orders to live off the
country, taking what was absolutely ncce-sary,
and give vouchers, fie intended to pay only the
loyal holders of vouchers. Two assassins had
already been executed by soutenez of a milita?
ry commission, scvontccn were in prison, and
a number of others lind been run out of tho
State. Pelter thinks that the bert result will
foL'ow, as all tho business mon arc willing to
aid tL?i authorities if they caa bc relieved of
martial law, and it only exists now m parts of
teveu ceunties. One negro militiaman raped
a white woman, but he was promptly tried awl
executed. Ihe Governor's policy has serious?
ly iutcrfercd with business and planting, but,
according to Porter's account, has accomplish?
ed more good than the most sanguine im?
HAVANA, January 7.-The commercial bulle?
tin of a leading firm at Cardenas says, that thc
insurrection is btgioning to decline. The
bugar fields aro in first-rate condition, but the
planters cannot got labor. An CHgagervent
near Neuvitas is reported, but no details have
been received. Puerto Principe remains quiet.
TL-e garrison is too weak for offensive move?
ments. A negro* was killed. A Cuban negro
J:?lied a Mexican, and a Span sh officer killed a
Cuban during the King's celebration.
OVERLAND MAIL-SUE MURPHY -APPOINTMENTS.
WASHINGTON, January 7.-Tho bill increas?
ing tbo efiioicucy o? the navy was tabled.
Most of Hie day was consumed in tho dis?
cussion of the overland mail to San Francisco.
The House went into Committoc of thc
Whole and adjourned.
IN THE SENATE, no action was taken on the
bill to prevent holding: two offices at the same
Thc consideration of the bill for thc relief of
Sue Murphy was resumed. A loog argument
was made by Davis in favor of the pay mont of
such claims. A reply by Howard was made
against it. The Senate then wort into execu?
tive session and adjourned.
Thc President nominated Philip H. Morgan
attorney tor Louisiana, vice Terry, removed;
James Edmonton, registrar of the land office
at Mobile; James A. Suydam, postmaster at
Galveston. Morgan was confirmed; thc other
nominations were referred to the committee.
Tho Senate Executive Committee met, but did
jiot consider reconstruction matters.
TURKEY ASKS DELAY-THE CHINESE EMBASSY.
PARIS, January 7.-The Sultan has asked tho
postponement of tho Contorcnco for eight days,
to enable thc Turkish Government to instruct
Tho Patrie sa}s tl; av. sympathy in France
with the object of the Chinese embassy is great.
Burlingame is as suro o.' succors hero as in
RELEASE OF THE EBOSIS.
CONSTANTINOPLE, January 5.-A mixed com?
mission, with Forbin as president, has boon
appointed to adjudicate the caso of thc Greek
AIT AI I IN SPAIN.
MADRID, Januarys.-Four insurgents at Mal?
aga fired into a party of refugees under thc pio
teclion of the Americau flag. The General in
command at Malaga had thc offenders arrested
and punished, and has since communicated
w th the commander of the American squadron
in Spanish waters inform mg him of tbe meas?
ures taken by the Spanish Government in the
LONDON, January 5.-It is said that Greece
will introduce tho claims of Cretans into the
conference about to meot in Paris, and will de?
mand that they be allowed to declare v.ho shall
bo their rulers by a pleb scum.
J NS URJiECTION.
TROUBLE EN YTROINLA-BATTLE NEAR NORFOLK
BETWEEN NEGROES AND UNITED STATES SOL?
DIERS-A SERGEANT MORTALLY WOUNDED AND
THREE NEGROES KILLED.
NORFOLK, January 7.-A communication was
received last night from the sheriff of
Princess Anne County, addressed to tin com?
manding officer of this post, stating Ibat in at?
tempting to servo a writ of ejectment ho had
been forcibly resisted by an armed band of
about fifty negroes. In compliance with a re?
quest for assistance to execute the law and
preserve the peace, the military sent a foicc of
twenty nen to the aid of the civil
authorities. Later information received from
the scene of the disturbance is to the
effect that in an encounter to-day, be?
tween thc military and negroes, a sergeant
ha i been mortally wounded and threo negroes
killed. The officer commanding tho detach?
ment makes application for reinforcements.
Ho says the negroes in the surrounding coun?
try aro arming, and threaten ' an open attack.
Additional forces will probably be seut to?
FIGHT BETWEEN WHITE AND COLORED TROOPS
ST. Louis, January 7.-Santa Fe advices re?
port an affray between tho wbite Lud colored
troops. Two white and three colored men were
killed, and a large number wounded. Tho
difficulty occurred at a ball given by whites,
where the blacks claimed tho right to dance.
After their expulsion from tho ball, the blacks,
procured reinforcements and returned, killing
ono white on the road, lt was reported that
they b med a building, ravishing the wifo and
daughter of tho owner. Another correspou
de it says the Mexicans entered thc town, ar?
ro jted all the mon aid hung <w>.
SPAJUCS JfJtOM TUE WIRES.
Tho Ogcechoc troubles near Savannah are
ended. Yesterday tho sheriff, with eight
United States soldiers, camed sixty-seven
negro prisoners into Savannah.
General Rosecrans is dangerously ill in New
Notice has been given of a bill in tho Legis?
lature, requiring all licensed places of business
to be open to persons of both races.
Hamilton has probably boen re-elected to
Congress from Florida by two thousand ma?
Tho Govornor of Florida scat his mcssrgc
to tho Legislature yesterday.
Chandler has been re-elected Senator from
Cyrus W. Field has been seriously injured
by a fall.
FROM TUM STATE CAPITAL.
THE GOVERNOR AND THE BANK OF THE STATE -
DOW HAPPI COULD HE BE WITH EITHER-AN?
OTHER HITCH-PROCEEDINGS OF THE DAY IN
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ]
COLUMBIA, January G.-Tho Governor has
not yet issued tho bonds to tho billholdcrs.
Surrounded at ono moment by the affectionate
billbolders, his face all aglow with determina?
tion, the natani] conclusion id at once announc?
ed, '"The bonds will bc signed." He has scarce?
ly, however, bad- t::no lo turn round and
hurry off bet?re ho is met by other friends
who Kindly inquire, "Why such unseemly
hente T* The santo, afr of determination
appears and no doubt is felt bythe company
that "thc State is yet safe." SerNusly, with
all thc wrangling aboot this matter, iho Gov?
ernor has good cause ^0 exclaim, "Save mc
from my friends." The opponents of the bill
holders urge, among other things, that thc
act of last session, raider which tho bonds
were to bc issued, ia nugatory in consequence
of the failure of one branch of tho General As?
sembly to take tho yeas and nays on its pas?
sage, as required by Hie new constitution, for
any extraordinary expenditures require 1 by au
act ol tho General Assembly.
Tho Legislative proceedings in both branch?
es to-day were rather unimportant.
IN THE HOUSE, there was somo little spar?
ring over the bill to ratify, confirm and amend
tho charter of the Charleston, S. C., Mining
and Manufacturing Company.
Whipper move! to tlaae" out tho enacting
Ur. Purvis moved lo indefinitely postpone I
Whipper moved to lay on tho table Ibo mo?
tion to indefinitely postpone. Agreed to.
Tho motion to strike out the enacting clause
Whipper then moved to make Hie further
consideration of tho bill tho special order for
Wednesday, January 20, at 2 P. M.
Mr. Jenks moved to recommit the bill to the
Committee on Incorporations.
Mr. O'Connell moved, as a substitute to tho
motion to recommit, to reler the bill to thc
Committee ou the Judiciary, with instructions
to report tho proper amendments as soon as
Eliiett moved to indefinitely postpone the
substitute. Agro jd to.
The question being taken on thc motion to
recommit, it was agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Hyde, thc enacting clause
of a bill lo establish "docket Ices for Circuit
Judges was stricken out, and thc bill there?
Brodie introduced thc fellowing resolution,
which was agreed to:.
Resolved, l'Sat tho committee appointed hy
tho special session of the General Assembly to
furnish a Beal, which is to bc called thc Great
Seal of the Stato of South Carolina, be re?
quested to report LS soon as practicable.
Mr. Tomlinson moved to reconsider the vote
whereby a bill to alter and amend the charter
of tho Town of Edgefield was made tho spe?
cial order for Wednesday, Januarv 18th, at 1:30
Elliott moved to indefinitely postpone the
motion to reconsider.
Chestnut moved to lay on tho table thc mo?
tion to indefinitely postpone thc motion to re?
consider. Agreed to by a voto, on division, of
3 eas, 15; nays, 10.
The question recurring on the motion to in?
definitely postpone the motion to reconsider,
it was not agreed to.
Elliott moved to lay tho motion to reconsid?
er on tho table. Not agreed to by a voto, on
division, of y? aB, 15; nays, 17.
Thc qucsriou being taken on the motion to
reconsider, it was not agreed to.
Mr. Tomlinson, from the Joint Committee,
appointed to inquire into the liabilities and
assets of thc Bunk of the S ate, submitted a
report. [Published in THE NEWS of Wednes?
I Mr. Crews reported favorably on a bill to al?
ler and amend un act entitled "An act to au?
thorize thc sale, of th; Columbia Canal."
The bill vas laid over for a second reading.
Sasportns reported a Dili to establish a State
Orphan Asylum, which was read a third time
and paseed. ? &??
Mr. Holliman presonted the petition of J. A.
Stephens, of Darlington, for tho romoval of
his political disabilities.
Mr. Crews presented the petition of C. B.
Franklin to validate tho election of Town
Council of the Town of Clinton, iu Laurens
County. Ile .'erred to the Committee on thu
IN THE SENATE, a concurrent resolution from
the House to appoint a joint committee to re?
port on tariffs and rates ot freight by railroad
companies, on motion ot Swails, was referred
to the Committee on Bailroads.
Mr. Corbin submitted the report of tho spe?
cial committoc appointed at the special session
of the General Assembly lo inquire into tho li?
abilities and assets of tho Bank of tho Stato.
Thc report was read and referred to the Com?
mittee on thc Judiciary.
Mr. Leslie reporte l back a bill to punish
sheriffs and other officers for violating tho
homestead, with a recommendation that tho
bill do pass.
Oa motion of Wright, tho bill received its
second reading, was atrr. ed to, and ordered to
be engrossed tor a third reading.
Mr. Leslie reported back a bill relative to
iales of properly under decrees of tho Courts
of Equity and Cn cuit Courts.
Tho bill received its second roading, was
agreed to, and ordered to be engrossed for a
Mr. Leslie asked and obtained tho unanimous
consent of the Senate to .introduce, without
A bill providing for the election and defining
tho no ivers and duties of Justices of the Peace,
and for regulating the practice in Justices'
The President laid before the Senate a com?
munication from Hon. James Harlan, Presi?
dent of tho National Lincoln Monument Asso?
ciation, enclosing ono of tho subscription books
of tho association. The communication was
read, and. on motion ot Baiuey, received as
AFFAIRS IN TUESTATE.
F. H. Eaton Esq., having resigned from tho
office of Town Marshal of Bennottsville, to
which positon ho had been recently elected,
P.. W. Little, Esq., has been olectcd'to fill his
Bevon prisoners broke out of jail in Marl?
boro', on Tuesday evening. While two held
and choked the jailor, Mr. Knight, they with
five others made their escapo.
The Darlington Democrat says that sale day
in that place was very orderly, and adda: Al?
though tho weather was very unfavorable,
lusiness among tho merchants was tolerably
brisk, and tho auctioneer's voice was heard
much of tho day. Mules and horses brought
good figures, and many colored persons pur?
chased stock with tho idea ol farming this year
on their own account. There seems to bc a gen?
eral feeling amongst tho colored people that a
fortune can bo mado on ono crop, provided
they work it on their own account, a id follow?
ing this notion, many rush into planting with
oi.. adequate means. Wo fear many of them
will como to grief, and lose everything they
Wofford Collcgo is in a nourishing condition,
having ono hundred and twenty students,
with thirty more applicants for adm??S?OD.
Tho Spartan has the following very gra tify?
ing account : Our formers living In "tho upper
part OJ the district have bee? very ! ito in sow
mg tbbir wheat- v least, four or ?vo wocks
later than usual. In tact, ibero ?ire some who
have not finished putting their seed ni the
ground. Tho intention was pretty generally
expressed lo na by many, that they intended
to reserve their best fields for the cultivation
of cotton. Almost all have made corn enough
to do them. Hogs aro very ac::rce, and a largo
portion of the farmers have not fattcued and
killed moro tuan ouo-half the quantity they
formerly did. Good mtick cows are compara?
tively scarce, and aro rating at from twenty
five to thirty-fivo dollars each. T he spirit of
industry and close application to thc duties ol'
tho farm is spreading awong the people in
thatiicction, and thc depression of mind, con?
sequent on thc results of tho late war-which,
like au incubus weighing so heavily on tho
energies of our people, is gradually passing
away-and houc withifsconcomitauts 'iudnsirv
and activity, appears to havo rc! urned. Many
now fields havo boen cleared, ami lhere is no
doubt, that thc labors of tho farmer, wi il, ero
loug, bless thc country once more with plenty.
Ibo election which came off in Newberry
last Thursday, for selectmen, Ac, resulted m
thc choice of thc Democratic ticket by a ni i
jorityttowo hundred. Fdr selectmen-J. E.
Peterson, J. J. Paysingor anti J. P. Aul!. Sur?
vivor-G. M. G .fardeau. Constable-E. M.
Bloasc. Clerk-J. I. Honaeal. The Radicals
polling lilly votca and the Democrats two hun?
dred and fifty. The I for dd says: We have
never seen a more orderly and quiet election
anywhere. Many ol the leading colored Radi?
cals, wo arc told, voted an open Democratic
T;.o Newberry Herald iu noticing tho
changes in thc now "county"'sa ye: The county
is to bo divided and Rub-divided into a laby?
rinth ot townships, with a largo numb.rot' i.-ffi
cials, heavy taxation, &o. 'ibo township linss
aro to bc surveyed anti the selectmen, iu addi?
tion to their dnlirs r.s general supcrria rj.
will ?TSO?S properties, fix values, Ac.; tho clerk
will keep the township record and combi ie
with his oilieo thal of treasurer. He will also
administer the oath oi office lo thc other in?
Ii noticing the doitli ol' Major Sommer, al?
ready roported by telegraph in THE NEWS, the
Newberry Hcralusays: "Major Hon ; Sommer,
one of Newbcrr .'s old and respected citizens,
departed this lifo on Sunday last, in the sixti?
eth year of his age. He was a prominent mem?
ber of tho Newberry Dar, ? great ?aw aud lite?
rary student, and a zealous advocate of all that
pertained to tho welfare of eur district. Ile
loaves a w.fo and three childrou. aud was, at
the time of iris death, Registrar in B?itkrnpfcy
for tho Third Congressional District."
Governor Scott has appointed and commis?
sioned J. M. Ward, of Deadfall, Treasurer for
-Tho average price ol' gold for 1807 is placed
at 13S.G2, and fur 1803 at 139.81. In July, 1801,
gold reached 283, and o:i Mareil 24th, ISiW, ?
reached (he lowest point 12*]. .
HANK OF THE STATE.
Letter from thc Hon. I. IV. Mayne.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I can truly say, with thc Norse Prophetess,
whose spirit was called up from tho sleep of
ages by Odin of old, as represented in Gray's
"Unwillins I my lips unclose,
Leave me, leave me to repose."
So far as personal altercation is concerned,
it was always distasteful to me. Time and the
limes have made it hatoful. But I turn when
trodden on, and tho report of the Joint Com?
mittee of tho two houses of the Legislature,
on the subject of tho bank, compela a reply.
Why theso grave gontlomcn, the Hou. D. I.
Corbin and Mr. Reuben Tomlinsoa, in a pub?
lic document professing to deal only in facts
j,v??gurcs, should feel thomselves called on
to asperse, aud by "damnable iauendo" to vii
lily individuals engaged in the performance of
professional duty, I fail to perceive. There
was a timo in South Carolina when such asper?
sions would have involved a porsonal respon?
sibility on the part of those, who made die
charge. Bot our fortunate (?) State is, I sup?
pose, in the march of progress and reform, re?
lieved from those barbarous and antiquated
restraints upon ill nature and malignity. To
do tull justice, however, to tho authors of this
report, I do not believe that ill nature or ma?
lignity prom; ted their .unwarrantable assault
on the counsel who had just been sustained in
their position by Associate Justice Willard.
The soreness of defeat may have given acri?
mony to Mr. Corbin, who was of counsel on
thc losing side; but the report, I do not think,
was written by him. Tho vanity of the rhet?
orician, who imagines himself gifted in s?tiro
and sarcasm, is often, however, more rn thiess
than resentment. A well turned sentence com?
pensates for all injustice and possible injury
done to others.
If tho faa ts presented by Messrs. Corbin and
Toinhneen condemn Mr. Campbell and myself,
then we are condemned. Tho gratuitous and
insulting commouts of Messrs. Corbin and
Tomlinson are more impertinence, and I think
I can afford to treat them as such.'
The facts presented are these:
First. The counsel (Mr. C. and myself) re
prcsint several different defendants in the
same suit in equity, to wit: The bdnk, the Bar?
ings, Malia Simons, ?fcc.
There may bo something in the progressive
code of morals and honor, recently introduced,
which is opposed to this; but as a practitioner
in tho old Court ol Equity, of thirty-six years'
standing, in tho face of my brethren of the
bar, I avow that I was nevor aware of the im?
propriety. So long as the interests of defend?
ants were aliko, they might properly be repre?
sented by the same solicitors. If the bank, the
Barings and Miss Simons are co?tent,
who else has a right to object ? I
was solicitor of tho bank, and the
Barings, with this knowledge, retained
me, tho bank consenting. Miss Simons
with this knowledge employed me. Both were
furnished with my answer for tho bank before
engaging me. The bank answered as a Tras?
tee under the acts of 1838 and 1S63, and tho
Marings and Miss Simons were the cestuis
que trust, rho bill of D abney, Morgan & Co.
proposed to take away tho funds held by tho
trustee for their use. How can you conct-ive
parties moro homogeneous ? lt is certainly
less singular than holding tho offi-es o'f
United States District Attorney and .State
Senator, Attorney-General and Circuit Solici?
tor, Adjutaut-General and Speaker of the
Second. Mr. Campbell and myself sanctioned
tho payment or a foo of $350 to'Mr. Thomas Y.
Simons. We thought Mr. Simons' services"
worth that much to the bank, in sustaining its
position as an honest trustee desiring to apply
tho funds as directed by the Legislature. Mr.
Dawson's property, unfortunately tor him, con?
sisted of State stock, on which uo interest had
been paid tor some years. This could only be
sold at an enormous discount. Mr. Dawson,
therefore, could advance nothing, and Mr.
Campbell and myee!!, believing that the trust
fund would be ultimately liable for expenses
incurred, advised tho bank to secure Mr. Sim?
ons' aid by this moderate advance. Is thero
crime in this? Tho bank had a right, certain?
ly, to employ him directly. They preferred to
avail themselves of his services in this less ex?
po .sive way. Does Mr. Corbin know of no
other instance of a corporation employing
counsel (at a much higher figure) over and
above their regular solicitor, and already re?
tained assistant counsel? Why deny to" the
bank what Mr. Corbin and Mr. Chamberlain
concede to other corporations? Tho bank
wanted Mr. Simons' services, and wo thought
it got them cheap.
rho third part is directed against myself in?
dividually, to wit: I answered the bill bf Dab
ney, Morgau <fc Co. as Attorney-General, with?
out tho sanction of Governor Orr. I maybe
wronc, but during the twenty years I hold the
office ot Attorney-General, I supposed that in
such matters 1 bad a discretion of my own, andi
applied to tho Governor only when I thought
tho case demanded a foe from the contingent
fund. In tho abscuce of instructions from bis
Excellency, I took it upon myself, as Attoruey
Goucral, to sustain the validity of au act bf
tiie Legislature which was attacked, and be?
came a party, as ? had a right to do, for that
purpose. Governor dr's message, to which
the lepoit refers, alludes, 1 think, to the ques?
tion of the liabiliiy of tho State to pay the bills
ot thc bunk. Upon that question bia Excel?
lency was always much more confident than
myself. Ho .thought it clear that tho State
was not liable for thoso bills, and 1 could
not persuade him that the decision of
thu Court of Errors as to tho recciva
bility of such bills m payment of tftZiS, was
a position requiring defence. In thal matter
tho Governor cxpicsMy decincd to authorize
an appearance in the Supremo Ce-urt at Wash?
ington, ami 1 don't know that an appearance
has been cut .'red to this day. Thc Legislature
bas undertaken to repeal thc portion of tho
net of 1812 on which tins question aroso. The
incapacity of tho Legislature lo repeal s.ioh
au act is ivs adjud?cala in tho case of Frapnal
vs. Woodruff, in 10th Howard, 200. This body
ha3 undertaken to repeal tho act of 18??3, which
adopted by the Board ofDiiec.'ora ot thc Bank,
and accepted by the BaringB, I think equally a
contract with tho act of 1812. and to disregard
thc act of 1838, which I think likewise a contract.
But this legislation waa subsequent to the
answer liled by mo. and after I ceased to rcp
?vsent Inc btato as Attorney-General. Thal 1
answer, conforming as it did to tho then ex?
pressed legislative will, with my views, was a
duty, and 1 needed no instructions trom Gov?
But the gravamen of tho chargo against tho
counsel in th's case (hine itlo lachrimat!) w
I he "u*unu.s" endorsed o i the bonds of thc
corporation held by the bank. That caution
roads as follows :
"This I ono" constituios a portion o' the assets of
"the Hank ot the stale of South karolina embraced
"lu the order of thc Court ot Chancery of tlio said
"Male, c f thc date of March U, ld;;8. iu Ihe ease of
'.Labncy, Morgan & t;o. V6. the Bank of the state of
'.-oinh Carolina und others, ai.d cannot be legally
?'framfomJ exespt by order of ssid court, or the ,
"written assignment of C'Uarloj .VI. rumiiii and
?Thomas ll. Waii'i :
"IfiOS. IL WARING. Cashier."
This caution, dowu to tho word "others," 1
merely .-.lairs tin: facts, und tho subsequent
expression of opinion as io the Itgal eruct ol'
that stale of jae.s lias boen sustained by both
Associate Justice W?tard aud Chancellor Car- ?
roll. Where is tho harm of slating facts? ;
what is thu crime in drawing a deduction sni
laiiied hy such authority ? The object wis lo
enable inc bank to perform its duty as a trus?
tee for creditors. To do that which the Su?
premo Court o.' the United States, iu thc caso
of Curr:.!: vs. the lVtnkol Arkansas,say it was
bound to do. But, it is said it wai'done iu
anticipation of legislation on the part ol'tho
Stale. ? rue; but just ino legislation pro?
nounced unconstitutional aud void by ibo Su?
premo Court ol' tho United States when at?
tempted iu Aikan>;as. Was it a crime to en?
deavor lo avoid tho effect of such void !
legislation? ibo report calls thia a de?
fiance of lito Legislatura. Is it a great?
er offence to attempt to .avoid the effect
of anticipated legislation than to attack
legislation already enacted? Have n;>t Mr. 1
Corbin himse.f and Attorney-General Cham?
berlain voiy recently attacked a law passed by
tho Legislature, of which Mic one was a member
and the other tho legal adviser, as being un?
constitutional? I moan that in regard to re?
gistering voters in Charleston as hoing incon?
sistent with thc Constitution of the State. Mr.
Campbell and myself believed thc threatened
legislation inconsistent with tlc Constitution
ol'me United Stated, and determined to place
otu clients in a position to claim thc protcc
tion ofthat supreme law of the land. Mr.
Corbin knows foll well that, similarly situat?
ed, ho would (if ho had thought of it) haye
done the Baree thing.
Yet for this it is that ho sanctions the fol
lowing language: "It could be fitly character
"ized only by epithets which are not usually
"applied to high-toued and honorable men."
As matter of fact, I pronounce the imputa?
tion fa'se, and as matter of opinion, on the
part of Messrs. Corbin and Tomlinson, aa to.j
what appertains to "high-toned and honorable
men," in the language of Reverdy Johnson, I
plead to the jurisdiction aud deuy their capaci?
ty to judgo.
I have noticed this report only so far as it is
personal 1 may, perhaps, taKo it up hereafter
on points less repulsive to my feelings. Aa to
tho points of personal and professional honor
now discussed, unless the gentlemen are dis?
posed to return to the barbarism ot the past
which, God knows, I have never sought-I
would say, m thc language of the poet whom I
began, by quoting
"Now my weary lip3 I close,
" Leave me, leave me to repo=e." I j
L W. HAINE.
Charleston, S. C., January 7,1869.
Otra THBEE IEAIIS OLD BOY-THE SILVEE
TEA-SPOON, AND WHAT HE DID WITH IT.-It ie
always in order and ready to run. Our three
years old boy used it daily as a plaything, run?
ning everything he could get hold of through it,
without injuring it in the least. Ono day be
took a sliver tea-spoon and run the handle
through, the needle going straight through it,
without breaking or bending. Wo know, how?
ever, that sewing machines are not made to be
tested in this manner, and shojld not be left
for children to play with. We have used other ?
machines, and nave used yours two years. Thc i
others have their excellencies and merits for j
certain classes of work, but for family sewing
we think they cannot be compared with yours.
We would be glad to know that one of your
machines wis ir every family of tho Union. I (
[Rev. J. B. Pitman, Pastor Baptist Church, 1
Mat toa wan, N. I., to tko Willcox & Gibbs S. M
faints, ?ils, (Str.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 . 6mc
. 500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING T'N
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX. 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER. SPEL?
TER, Ac., &c.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMEROS, BARKLEY &i CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
OILS! OILS ! OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
590 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL,
C ASIERON, RARKLI?Y & CO.,
Northoast corner Meeting and Cumberland slreots.
January 1 Gmo
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, Ac, Ac
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
tv.nt: KOW BAU KI. KV ?c co.,
Northeast corner Moellng and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water. ,
CAMERON, BARIC LE V St CO.,
Northeast earner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 time
BELTING ! BELTING!
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LAC!
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES I?LAKE'3 PATENT BELT
130 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, MG INCH TO
J INCH THICK
TUC H'S PACKING, J INCH TO IS INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE TACKING. 4 INCH TO 1?
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AMD LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND UANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CASHLRON, B.VUKLKY ct CO.,
(torthe .st Corner Mccliug and Cumberland streets
January 1 Gmo
STE AM GUACES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, ?IL CUPS
WATER GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIME.
CAMERO.V, BERKLEY & CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
Janu.iry 1 Gmo
BOYD-THOMP?ON.-On the 24th of December,
>y the nev. J. M. BOYD, Mr. D. P. BOYD to Miss g.
3. TBOMP30N, all ef Newberry.
SPEARMAN- CLARK_OB the 22d ult., at Jalapa,
?I. C., by Be?. J. E. MF.KDESUAI.L, W. E. SPEAR
I AN, Esq.. to Mn XII (? C. (.'LARK, daughter of B.
MILLER-ROGERS.-On the 2ith rf December.
)y the Rev. H. REID. Mr. E. BELTON MILLER to
bliss SALLIE J. ROGE Its, both of Spartanburg.
DEAN-CAMP.-On the 16th of December, by the
rtev. J. G. LAOTBOTI. Dr. GEO. R. DEAN, of Ander?
don, to Mis J HATTIE E., eldest daughter of W. C.
TAUT, of spartanburg.
OS- NOTICE.-THE PUBLIC ABE CAU?
TIONED against trading for DRAFTS drawn by W.
\ Massey (12th February, 1868) on W. 0. Bee & Co.,
I favor of C. B. Lucas, payment baviJg bren stop?
ped 1 January 8
^-CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMSHIP
TAMES ADGER. from New York, BK notified that
ibe is discharging cargo at Adgor's Wharf. Goods
emaining on the wharf at sunset will bo .stored at
rxpense and risk of owners.
JAMES ADGER & CO.,
40-THE MACHINE, CALLED MAN, IS A
'cry complicated and denote one, and is more Ba?
lle te get out of ordtr, aud ?auch more difficult to
epair, than say combination of wheola and cranks
? 1 lovers made by the hands of man. Aa a rule, it
s tiukered to? much, and badly tinkered at that. It
s often calomellzed, narcotized, depleted, and otb
.rinse misused, when a'l that it really needs is a
rho'esome tonic and restorative like HOS VB CTE R'S
STOMACH BITTERS to put it in proper trim and
cop it 30. Ibo stomach is shamefully maltreated,
n the first place, the food which its juices are bl?
ended to dissolve, ls too frequently thrown into it
tastily, and lu a half-masticated condition, in which
tate the gastric acid cannot properly act upon it,
[he result is dyspepsia. Then comes the dec tor,
nd, noding the digestive organs weak and the how
?Is inert, he proceeds to weaken and paralyze still
nore with drastic purgatives. These tending-as
hey always do-tn produce a salutary change, he
ells the invalid that medical science can do no more
or him. This, with all due deference, is a mistake
me of those Mistakes which Talleyrand said were
an tani cunt to crimes. What the dyspeptic needs is
nvigoration. Strengthen the stomach with EOS
TETTER'S BIT iE BS, and the stomach will strength
? every other port of the human machine, and
nake lt, in conmen parlance, as good as new. Upon
he state of the digestion depends, iu a measure, the
londltion of the whole system. Now, the Bitters are
he most admirable tonic known. They consist of j
be finest vegetable invigorants and restoratives,
lombined with an unadulterate 1 stimulant The
lyspeptic needs nothing else to effect a cure, except
i light, nutritious diet, and a fair amount of exer
iso. Kvea in the absence of these lust mentioned
iccesBoricB, the tonic and alterative properties of j
he prepaiation will wo k woiders, enabling the
lyspeptft io digest inferior faro with comparative
.ase, and to maintain a good habit of body, in spite
ll Ibo drawbacks of a sedentary occupation.
January 8 nae 6 '
43~C3ARLES1'0N GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 5. 1869.-Ata meeting
if tho Board of Directors of the Charleston Gos
Jght Ct nipany, hold this day, the following r?solu*
ions wore adopted :
Resolved, That in view of the many serious acci
lonts reported in the newspapers from the use of I
.teer lights, and in tbe confident expedition that
Le public will sustain this Company in the reduc?
ion ot tho price of gas by an increased consump
lon, that afVer the expiration of the present month
he price ba reduced to FOUR DOLLARS PER
THOUSAND F ii ET.
Risolved, That as an addft'onal inducement te new
lonsumer?, the Company w<li supply and put in at
ls own expensa tho Berrico and snpply pipe for the
>as?ment story of the house of any sew applicant,
inder snch r?gulations aa the Board of Directors
nay establish. W. J. HERIOT, Secretary.
January 7 12
?-QUARTER A' STATE TAXES.-OF
t'ICSOF TREASURER, CHARLESTON COUNTY,
fl REPROOF BUILDING, CHUXXBTON, S. C.-The
Joarterly State Taxes, for quarter ending 31st Le?
am oar, 1818, on sales of goods, wares and meroo*ri?
nse and spirituous liquors manuf ictured; also, the
Quarterly Convention Taxes on sales of goods, wares
md merohandise, and arr?ales manufactured for
isle, barter or ex -hange, are now due and payable at
The books will he closed on the 16th instant, af
er which tune double tax ex?cutions will be issued
All articles of trade, salo, birtor or exchange, in?
truding cotton, are returnable for taxes. Charleston
bounty comprises the Pariahes of St. Philip and
it Michael, Christ Church, St. Thomas and st. Deli?
us, St. James Santec. St. Stephens, St. Johns Berke
ey, St. James Goosa Creek, et Andrews and St
lonni CoUeton; and Islands, Ldisto, Seabrook, Kia
vah, Wadmalaw, Johns, James, Coles, Big and Li t
ie Follr, Morris, Sullivans, Lona, Dewee's, Caper's,.
Sulla, &c , to the mouth of tho South Santec.
Treasurer Charleston County,
January 1 12
ftS-BUY YOUR TEA AND COFFEE FROM
CRIETE Ai CHAPMAN, corner Kia? ami Radcliffe
itrccts, and get a bott -r article for tho same money
han at any ofter e-tabliabuiout in tho city.
November 14' 3mes
OS- BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM.-ESSAYS
."QR YOUNG HEM on the interesting relation of
3ridccrooin to Uri Jo iu the insUtution Of Marri.- gos
I cuide to ru.itrluiaaial felicity and true bappiuoss.
Jsntby mail in scaled letter envelopes free of charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Phil*.
I elphin. Pa. September--*
JCS- BATCHELORS ' HAIR DYE.-THIS
ipleudid Harr Dye is tho best in the world; the
inly true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
istantancons; no disappointment; no ridiculous
iiitti; remedies the ill effects or bad dye?; iuvigo
atcs and leaves tbe bair soft and beautiful black or
irewn. Sold by all Drussuto and Perfumers; and
wopcrlv applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No.
3ond.street. New York. lyr January 3
IHIAJRT Sc CO.,
CUUM2K KIrVG A H D AIARKET STsi,
CIIARLESTON, S. C., '
IMPORTEES AND JOBBERS OF
foreign and Domestic Hardware,
2?GLISH AND SWEDISH BAH IBON
'LOJGH AND NAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
:ensiaHng of POTS, OVENS, SPIDiRS ami EXTRA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CU f AND MILL SAWS
?LLL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
AND A VAEIKT? OP
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A YAR'ETY OF FANCY GOOD?!.
P. S.-Descriptive Catalogues eau b > lu 1 cn ap
jiication. faa Y3UIOS Die K?7eu.b?-r ll
THE FIRST CLASS DANISH BABE
jQJtwKAMM A FONDER, KROCH Master, having
jjRJ?K?Ppart cf cargo engaged, will hwedisptach.
mVTr%t For Freight engagements apply to
WILLIS fe Cu Ia OLM,
January 8 Imo North Atlantic Wharf.
THE NEW AND STRICTLY Al SPAN
ffiyT SBIP "PEDRO PLANDOLir," AHEH
JMB9&OV^ Master, having large part of her
?ffffc cargo engaged and going on board, will
load with dispatch,
For farther Freight engagements apply to
VT. P. HALL,
January 8 15 Brown & Co.'i Wharf.
A jp-* THE FINE SCHB. MARY D. HASKELL,
JjlJ B'.SBXB Master, having one-half her cargo
L j^yylengaged. will have ima ed ii e dispatch.
?BBMSB For engagerflontoof Freight, apply to
H. F. BAKER & CO.,
January 8_No. 80 Cumberland-street.
FOR BOSTON--BESP \TCH LINS.
. xv THS Al REGULAR PACKET 8CH00N
EB JONAS SMITH, NICHOLS Master, havmg
*R ?,r beary f rsight engaged, wants a few
?EMSEM hundred bales Cotton and light freight to
fill up with quiok dospateh.
Jannary7 3 WILLIAM ROACH tt CO.
THE FINE AMERICAN SHIP "AME
raojK>LIA, TH?S. BOOZEAX Master, is now ready
?j^^K? for cargo, and being ot email capacity will
For engagements apply to
PATTERSON 4 8T00K,
Januarys_South Atlantic Wharf.
_?TV THE A1-?LIPPEB BABE.LIZZIE H.,
TEQ?^8FBIRO, Master, having about two-thirds
/IflgBar af her cargo engaged and going on board,
SBSEaawfil have dispatch for the above port.
For freight engagements, apply te
Jannary 5_BTBLBT BROTHERS fe CO.
FOR PHILADELPHIA- EMPIRE LIVE
+ ^> THE FINE SCHOONER MARY RILEY
iX?LRnJT, Master, will have immediate dla
?Banal for engagements apply to
H. 1. BAKER fe 00.,
December 30 No. 38 Cumberland-street
fcjfv^ THE FIB6T CLASS BRITISH BABQU
T?02?> W. G. PUTNAM, Bioxjja? Master, hsvin
jjfcMRya large ?art ef her cargo engaged, will loa
For balance freight engagements, apply to
WILLIS fe CHI80LM,
December 21_North Atlantic Wharf.
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HARBOR.
r~ THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND : Ol!
?V^FOKTABLY appointed yaeht ELEANOR
yj^V^will resume ker trips to historic points in.
1 ' 1?tho harbor, and will leave Government
Wharf daily at Ten A. M. and Three P. M.
For Passage, apply to THOMAS YGUNG,
December 18 3mo Captain, on Board.
FAST FBEIOHT LINK
TO AND FR CM BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA, WASHINGTON CITY, WILMINGTON,
DBL., OINUINNATL OBIO, ST. LOUIS, MO.,
AND OTHER NORTH WES1 ERN CITIES.
AZO?G**1. THB FAVORITE AND SWIFT
/?v?f?i'?s*L 8'rew 8teim,?,P F*l?COHi JXSHE
^M?Sfflwz^ D- UOHS?T ?emmandor, will sall for
-KXS5S2BE??^ Baltimore on Tuesday, the 12th of
January at Four o'clock P. M., irom Pier No. L -
Philadelphia Fr.-ights delivered promptly via
"Baltimore, Wilmington and Philadelphia Railroad."
For Freight er passage, apply to
COURTENAY fe TRENHOLM.
January 7 thfaa3 Union Waarre*.
FOR NEW YORK.
RE GU LAE LINE EVERT THTJRSBAT.
PASSAGE REDUCES TO 813.
?yPS?sts THE fLDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
X^-SLS*-/ MAGNOLIA, Capt. M. B. CaewELL,
Commander, will leave Vander
horst's Wharf, OB Thursday, Jan?
uary IA, 18(9, at - o'olock.
January 8_RAVEN EL fe 00., Agenta,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPEL?
TSBOU0H LIN? TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA ANS JAPAN.
FRSIOHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY Rt
D If CED RATES I
STEAMERS OE THE ABOVa
line leave Pier No. 42, North River,
foot of Canal-street, New York, a
12 o'clo'ik noon, of the 1st. 9th, lela
and 24th of every month (except when these datei
fall ea Sunday, thea the Saturday preceding).
Departure of 1st and 24th connect at Panama witt
steamers for South Pacific dud Central America!
porte. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 9th ot each month connecta with
the now steam line from Panama to Australia and
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco fer Chi?
li a aid Japan Fo b mary A, 1809.
No California stammen toucb at Havana, but gc
direct from New York to AaplnwalL
One hundred pound.) baggage iree io each adult,
Medi?me and attendanoe free.
For Passage Tickets or farther Information sjplj
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on .ho wharf,
foot of canal-street, North River, New York.
March IA_lyr_F. g. PABY, Agent
REDUCTION IN FREIGHT.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING.
*^SftBrf& ?r,m ??ew Orleans to Charleston, 8,
<?agflfaaMtr^C.. VIA Florida Railroad and ALLI
r=3$SS5=^ANCELI.v&U. 6. Mail Steamships.
And steamers CITY POINT and DICi'ATOB, will be
Sugar, to Charleston, perlih l.$75
Sugar, to uharlcstoa, por barrel.16
Molasses to Charleston, per barrel.2 50
Bicc, to New Orleans, per 100 poands. -
Other Freights in proportion to tba ubovc.
J. D. AIKEN fe CO.. Agents.
F. W. PI. REINS fe CO., Agents,
No. 20 Carondelet-Mr<-et, New Orleans.
A. U. NOYEd, Agent
December 15 Imo Fernandina, Fla.
TRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROD TETO FLORIDA. AIKEN
if'CT?Wn Au<i otuor places, sbonld not fal
x?fe?Pvi' Yi? to luy in tiioir supplies or PBOVI8
4&ff?U&Nr I0??S- CL-RL ? y, CH*M?\GNES
11 i'iffniiia CORDIALS, BRANDIES. WHIS
KIES, WINKS. CANN LD MEATS, SOUPft, fee.
Pates or Wild Game and Devilled Ham for Sand.
Wiehes aud Luncheons.
?j-Send for a catalogue.
WM. h. CORWIN fe CO.,
No. 275 Kiufi-street,
Between Weutworth and Boaarain,
Charleston, 8. O.
Branch of No. 908 Broadway, corner 20th street, .
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHABLESTOS AND SAVANNAH STEAM PACKET
LINE, VIA BEAUiORr AND HILTON HEAD,
THE ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILRO AD AND
CONNECTIONS FOR ALL POINTS IN
- ?*:W***? TQE EINE, FAST STEAMER
.WiS>w^3L- PILOT BOY. Captain FEXN PBCK, wil
leave Charle.-ton on Monday and Thursday Mornings,
at Fight o'clock, ht turning, leave -avannah on
Tvesdiyau? Saturday Mornings, al half-past Eigh
For Freight or Passage nv.plv to
December ?10_ Accomm dation Wharf.
FOR BHCKSIVZCK, GA,
- ?fiT^S ?IUi . 12A?l-;tt '.DICTATOR, "
''?&a*?~eZm Captain CnARto?a WILLET, will touch
at this pulu iever, Weinet ?r.j, taring . avannah a
Niue A. il., an I on hoc ruM.-a dip '.viii touch there
on Saturday Afttrnoo , armia.; biet? at Suvai.uah
on Sunday Morning. J. D. AIKEN fe CO..
FOR PAL AT'? .-. Kt.WK?05.
VIA SAVANNAH, F?VN. M INA AND JACKSON
?IT i B.
- "--TVB*??. TnE vrr:'i-cA-s STEAM EB
DICTATOR, C-pww ('HAS. WILLvx.
will sad irom Charleston ??ve? ir.:-.iuj Eteting, at
Eigtit o'cl-ct, let ibo abOT-i A; .z
'Ihe fl.st-e!a^3 .-'teamer Ci. ' .' !, "'V'.1" Wsf.
T MCNELTY, will >ail from b ? . 'to i .jr.rry Friday
Stetting, vi ELitit <?%: o.-;. io-.*... p>i
Connecting with th . C nt : r.l.'roa I a! -avannah
for Mobile and No Or?.-..:'. . ??. > ?..: h ?li? >'lor:da .
lUilroad at Fcraanuini F.?v ? . ?C?ya at wliicfc
point Rieaiaers connect ... ? ,v Uric-ana, Mobile.
Penaaco's. Key West srt.1 :
Throu?h Bills La. in . pr?'t . ? Freight to Mohite,
Pcnsaeo'aaud New O'.ir-.:: -..
Both steam'rs eonneetiwjwith H 8. Hart's steam'
en Oetamaha und ?rl? if-r SUccrS^Hags a;rd Ldl:es,
Griffin, Etutis, Hams ant Du .ham.
Ali frefcl ' ' yat?c --u the .'.?larf.
Goori* not removed at oii:..-. .-.i l be ^l^rcd al risk
and espriute o: ow .er;.
For Freight or r.i?a ge e*i.'rago net t. apply to
4. l> '. iii LL ? Cv';., ^tf-ttH.
' ..!-.:.? .. ..: ?. ts - K'taarf.
N. TL- No extra eli ITKO f . " S'a ? a . ' ?tateroomt -
steimercity Point wi:: .:>... ;? a. :.-?. llaryV, Ge 0.
going and returning each .v.-ai.