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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1078. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ll, 1869._SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
TUE STATE CAPITAL.
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT-THE RIFLE DEVO?
LUTION IS RECONSIDERED AND TASSES THE
SENATE-MANY ACTS RATIFIED.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DAILY SE?.]
COLUMBIA, March 5.-IN THE SENATE, the
resolution authorizing the Governor to pur?
chase two thousand Winchester rifles was re?
considered, and, after being amended by strik?
ing oat "Winchester" and inserting "Rifles cf
the moat improved pattern, provided none are
furnished* by the United States,'' was adopted.
Jillson'd joint resolution ratifying tho Fif?
teenth amendment received a second reading,
was agreed to, and ordered to bo engrossed.
The bill to provide for an enumeration of
the inhabitants of the State passed a second
reading and was ordered io be engrossed.
The act to chango tbe location of the County
seat of Barnwell County from Barnwell to
Blackville has become a law by tho failure of
the Governor to sign or reluru within three
days. The following ads were ratified to-day:
An act to arno nd an act to establish quarantine
af. Georgetown, Charleston and Hilton Head;
an act tc- provide for the codification of the
statute H .vs : an act to regulate agencies ol'
insurance companies not incorporated in thia
Stato ; an act to prescribo cartain rules to bo
observed in the government of ferries and
bridges privileged to charge tolls ' au act to
amend an act to regulate tho manner of keep?
ing and disbursing tunda fey certain officers;
an act to inco'rporate Carmel Church, in Pick
ens County: an act to renew tho charter of tho
Charleston Bible Society.
IN THE HOUSB, the following were read a se?
cond time and ordered to bo engrossed: Tho
bill to repeal tho teutb section cf the act to
appoint a Board of Commissioners for the City
of Charleston; the joint resolution to author?
ize the Governor to pureba, c ten thousand
Winchester rifles; thc joint resolution author?
izing -.ne Governor to institute suit against
the Laurena Railroad to protect the State in?
The Railroad Committee reported favorably
on the bill to aid the Sparenburg and Union
Railroad, and the bill was made the special
order for Monday tiext.
The Educational bill was discussed until the
hour of adjournment.
GRANT'S CABINET - OTHES APPOINTEES-THEY
ABB CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE.
" WASHINGTON, March i.-The Goodwill Fire
Company, ot Philadelphia, wheeled out of the
procession yesterday on account of being pre
cedea by a negro organization.
The chief topic ot comersation this morn?
ing is the loss of clothing at tho ball. The
clothes were torn to pieces in tho crush, and
everybody lost overcoats, shawls, &c.
Grant maintained the secret of thc names
of his Cabinet officers up to the moment at
which they were announced to tho Senate.
The President has Dominated Sherman to
be General; Sheridan, Lieutenant-Genoral,
and Augar, BrigaJ'er-Gonsral, and Columbus
Delano, of Ohio, Commissioner ot Internal
Revenue. All of them, with the Cabuet, have
The following is the full list of the Cabinet
Secretary of State-Elihu B. Washburne, of
Secretary of the Treasury-Alexander T
Stewart, of New York.
Secretary of the Navy-Adolph E. Bor ie, of
Attorney-General-Eben R. Hoar, of Massa?
Secretary of the Interior-Jacob D. Cox, of
Postmaster-General-J. A. J. Cres'.well, of
Schofield remains Secretary of War pro tem
BROWNLOW DTSABLED-THE TBNUBE-OF-OFFICE
ACTj-TURTHER PROPOSED TNTEBFEBEMOB WITH
GEORGIA-THE CONTESTED ELECTIONS-CON?
FUSION CAUSED BY THE CABINET ANNOUNCE?
WASHINGTON, March 5.-IN THE . UTE,
Brownlow's arm had to be supported while be
was sworn in.
Thayer introduced a bdl repealing the Ten
Conkling introduced a bill establishing mai I
steamers to Europe.
A bill was introduced lo moro equally dis
tribute the national circulation.
Edmunds introduced a bill modifying the
Tenur e-of-offic e act.
Edmonds also introduced a bill enforcing the
Fourteenth amendment, and restoring re?
publican government to Georgia.
Ferry introduced a resolution regarding po?
Several Pacific Railroad bills wero intro?
Sawyer oflered a joint resolution providing a
joint committee of three senators and five re?
presentatives to consider applications for the
removal of political di abilities.
Williams gave notiee of an amendment to the
Tenure-of-offi.ee bill, suspending its operation
IN THE HOUSE, several members were sworn
The credentials of the Louisiana members
were referred to the Election Committee to re?
port whether their informality was fatal. This
re port,,*" if favorable, will aeat tho Louisiana
members. An effort to instruct the committee
to consider all questions regarding the Lou?
isiana election failed by a large vote,
i The newly elected Kentucky member was
The announcement of the Cabinet created
such confusion that a recess was declared.
On reassembling, Woodward, Democrat,
aid: "As to tho gentleman selected for the
Secretary of the Navy, a more respectable or
conservative citizen was not to bo found in
Tho case of the Georgia claimants was re?
ferred to the Election Committee.
The farther election of officers showed one
hundred and twenty-eight to fifty-nine to be tho
relative strength of the parties in the House.
THE NEW CONSUL-GENERAL-HEAVY EXPOBT DU?
HAVANA, March 5.-Mr. H. C. Hall has as?
sumed the duties of Consul-General. Ho is
esteemed by both Americans and na?
The additional export duties realize $3000
Advices from Romodio3 report that tho
umbeJiof insurgents is increasing, and tho
rospoct is gloomy. The weather is unfavor
ble for sugar raising. Advices from C?enme?
os *ro more favorable for tbe governrnvut.
he cholera is abating at Santiago de Cuba.
KING WrELiAM'8 SPEECH SATISFACTORY-EJtT
ORATION TO BE ENCOURAGED.
LONDON, Alareh 5.-Tho pacific declarations
of tue King of Prussia gives great satisfaction
Mr. Goshen, the president of tho Commis?
sioners of the Poor, in his report to Parliament
advises that all restrictions upon emigration
should bc removed, and that paupers should
be encouru ged to emigrate to America.
A SPANISH CONSTITUTION.
MADRID, Murch 5.-A committee of fifteen
has been solccted by tho Cortes to draft a con?
stitution, to dehne rights and liberties, and to
?ubmit the form of a government.
SPAJIKS FROM THE WIRES.
Toe Louisiana Legislature adjourned yes?
terday sine die.
One hundred Cuban refugees arrived in Bal?
The Seuato of Maine has ratified the Fif?
Four negroes woie bung at Princess Anno,
Mary laud, yesterday.
Bishop Le Fora died in Dotriot yesterday at
t b e age of a i sty-fi ve.
Tho Georgia Bepublican Stato Convention
was held .ia Atlanta yesterday. Ono hundred
and four couuties woro represented by two hun?
dred and one white and thirty-seven colored
delega-tes. They ?SU harp on tho expulsion of
tho negroes from tho Legislature and ask for a
-Jenkins says that Queen Yictoiia ia entire?
ly too fond of old port.
-Miss Susan B. Anthony is in favor of wo?
men riding astride on velocipedes.
-King Johu, of Saxony, has sot about trans?
lating all of Shakespeare's plays.
-The well known Marshal George P. Kano
is a candidate for Sheriff in Baltimore.
-Gounod, the composer of ''Faust," is a
vegetarian, and has not drunk any wine for
-Henry Ward Beecher made $10,000 last
year, of whioh $19 OOO was made by preaching,
and $28,000 otherwise.
-Mrs. Beecher Stowe's celebrated farm in
Florida is for sale. It is said to have proved
anything but a success.
-Giacomo Meyerbeer, it has now been as?
certained, left to his family a fortune of nine
hundred thousand dollars.
-Tho Austrian ambassador at Borne paid
$50,000 for his servants' liveries on tho occa?
sion of his rcceut pr oe eut at i on to the Pope.
-The Rev. H. W. Beecher said in his ser?
mon delivered two weeks ago, UI hate black.
It is not God's color. Wittie is God s color."
-Ono banker ir Paris, M. Tbibaudeou, holds
seventy thousand pounds' worth of Confede?
rate bonds, for which ho paid fifty per cont, of
-Modesty is Carl Schurz's strong point. At
i complimentary banquet in New York, ho
lsserted that the Germans emigrating to this* ?
;ountry possess a cultivation unknown to
americans, rddiDg that ho was going to Con?
fess to prove it
-A once famous Bohemian man of letters,
lamed Chavanuee, died recently in Paris,
leaving the following burlesque wiTi, which
ivas found under bis pillow: "I have nothing.
C letve it all to the Socale de gens de Lettres,
ind the rest to my creditors."
-The leading feuilletonist of tho Gaulois,
who receives fifty thousand francs a year, is a
beardless youth, who left the St. Barbe College
two years ago. . He writes under various noms
de plume, and is considered the most talented
of the younger Parisian jour Dalis ts. Hie real
name is, for some reason or other, concealed
from the public.
-A more astonishing musical prodigy than
Mozart is little Susie Medberry, of Baltic,
Mass. Beforo she could speak words, when
but ten months old, sho would sing entire
tunes correctly. At two and a hah* years old
abo sang publicly before large audiences, and
now, at four years or age, plays upon the piano
or cabinet organ with marvellous talent.
-Auber, Gounod, Verdi and Wagner, the
Tour great composers, are worth together over
two million francs. Offenbach has not saved
much money. He is a sto?k gambler, and has
oeen unlucky. He has also mado somo disas?
trous theatrical ventures. Aubor despises
Offenbach's works, aud predicts that their
luthor will live to see thc day when they aro
-Henri Bochefort lives at Brussels in a very
ano house, for which ho pays 20,000 francs a
year rent. He keeps a splendid carriage, half
i dozen servants, and givos exponsive enter?
tainments. The Dix D?cembre, the Bonapart
ist weekly, of Paris, calls upon the French
Democrats no longer to patronize a man who,
while pretending to be their special champion,
leads the life of a Sybaritic aristocrat.
- Miss Kellogg's reappearance at the Acade?
my of Music Monday evening was decidedly
the musical event of tho year. Not only was
every seat in the opera house occupied, but
every foot of ptanding room was crowded, and
already a very large proportion of the seats
have been sold for the rest of the season. The
Tribune says tho acting was natural, tho vocal?
ism unaffected and simple, and that Miss Kel?
logg achieved not only a fashionable, but an
-Count Beust's personal appearance has re?
cently undergone a very marked change. His
hair is turning very gray, and his handsome
Tace is becoming very angular and emaciated.
Hard work is believed to be the cause. Beust
is thought to be the most indefatigable of Eu?
ropean primo ministers. He generally works
in his cabinet until ono in tho morning, and
rises again at seven. The Emperor entertains
the liveliest admiration for him, and often
says that ho believes Benst to be the public
functionary who earned his salary moro hon?
estly than any other official in Austria.
-A New York letter speaks of Roger A. Pryor
is follows : After tho surrender of Lee and
Johnston he came North, and has lived here
ever 6tnce. He says the South was whipped;
that ho has acceptod the situation, put the bit?
ter past behind him, and gone to work, and
thinks it would be much better if his late com
p?nion8-in-arms would do likewise. Pryor has
little of the old swagger, the overweening van?
ity, tho supreme self-consciousness of other
days. He takes no part in politics, writoe no
Jettera, gives no counsel, but very wisely keepB
Bilonce, and submits gracefully to the inevita?
ble. Pryor is a picturesque-lookin; brunette;
slight, erect and graceful in figure; has an in?
tellectual fae?, with quite prominent featurcs*?|
wears his hair long and behind his ears; is an
interesting and fluent tallier, winning in inan
BOrs, and socially a very pleasant fellow. Ho
has a wife and family, and is getting a good
praciice. On tho whole, ho is ono of the best
specimeus I kuow of a reconstructed rebel,
and shows how much improved a imn may
be when ho has had tho nonsense fairly taken
out of hoc."
SENATOR SA WYEE ON TUE REMO TAZ
OF POLITICAL DISABILITIES.
Wo have observed with pleasure the liberal and
sensible tone which has marked thc utterances
of tho Hon. F. A. Sawyer in tho Senate of the
United States. In the rocent discussion on
the removal of political disabilities he took
bold and decided ground against partisan dis?
crimination in tho measure. Tho proportion
being to refuse the desired rehef to Mr. Asa
Hogers, of Virginia, on the grouud of opposi?
tion to the Bspublicao party, Mr. Sawyer
Mr. President, 1 trust that this name will not
bo stricken out, not because I kuow anything
specially about Mr. Bogers, except so 'tor as
has been stated on the floor of tho Senate, but
because of the general principle. I believe in
all cases of doubt we should bo in favor ot that
man who psrsonally applies to have his disa?
bilities removed. It seems to be assumed by
certain senators that the only proper parties
from whom disabilities should be ?emoved are
those whom the Republicans in their neighbor?
hood indicate as proper lor euch relief. I do
not hold this opinion. On the other hand, I
behave it to be radically wrong and greatly
impolitic. I believe that this idea that we
shall hold the disabilities which aro impoBod
by the Fourteenth amendment over the re?
spectable men of the South for au indefinite
period to bc a wrong idea, ono calculated to do
us much m:sehief there, ono which has done
us mischief in the past ; and that wherever any
man of hitherto good character who is under
disability comes forward and asks tho Con?
gress of the United Stares to relieve him from
his disabilities,- the srovemroont is stronger for
doing it instead of woakor. Where any man
has been complicated with rob? I lion to tho J
government stneo its rc-ostablishmcnt in 1865,
where he has been privy or accessory to thc
acts of violonce and outrage which have taken
place in those States, I will bo as slow us any
other person to relieve hts disabilities; but
where he shows himself ready to accept tho
governments that have been osUblisbed there,
where ho recognises the existing state of
things as tho state of things which is to last
and under which bc is to live, I hold it to bo
an unwise policy, a narrow policy, a short?
sighted policy lo koop him under disability;
but that, on the other hand, wiso forecast re?
quires that we should do all we can to con?
ciliate that class of moderate men, meo of con?
servative views-I speak of the word ''con?
servative" in a good sense and not a bad one
men of conservative views with regard to the
Govern aient ot tho United States as exercised
in those States. I trust, therefore, that as
this is clearly a case where there are two
opinions, and some of the most respectable
opinions are in favor of tho rehef of this gen?
tleman, the name will not be stricken out.
TUE IEISU CHURCH.
The Irish Church in thc House of Com.
mons-Committee to Guard the Church
Property-Diiendowmcnt of Maynooth
College-The Measure Likely to Pass
Speeches by Gladstone and Disraeli.
In the Bouse of Commons, on Monday eve?
ning, tho Premier, Mr. Gladstone, moved for
leave to iutroduce a bill to disestablish the
Irish Church, to make provisiou for its tempo?
ralities, and to disendow tho Royal College of
St. Patrick at Maynooth. Mr. Gladstone fol?
lowed up his motion with a speech in dofenco
and explanation of tli3 provisions of the bill.
After commenting 03 tho gravity and im?
portance of the task, ho said he was aware of
tho uecossity of giving historical and political
reasons for proposing such a constitutional
chango-reasons which would show Ibo
anomaly of tho present position, and con?
sciousness in Parliament of tho dillie ul ties of
such a position. The Boneo at times had
been induced to waste the property of tho
Irish Church, so that its mignitudo might not
shock the public miud. Is had been necessary
at times to support tho ascendency of this
church by tho enactment o? ponai laws, lt
this ascendency was maintained,, bitter feelings
on the part cf tho Irish people would never
cease. Adverting to previous action on this
measure, Mr. Gladstone declared that it had re?
sulted in making tho Houso and tho country
unanimous for disestablishment. He would not
dwell noon tho argumonts which bad boen put
forward against it; but ho denied tim' his
com se was averse to tho welfare of roligion
and ibo interests of Protestantism; he d nied
that it contemplated invasion of tho rights of
property, argem? that Parliament, which had
the right to create corporations. 1 ad an equal
right to extinguish thurn. He rcforrod to
the objections to disestablishment which
were based upon the act of Union, and an?
swered them by maintaining that tho Irish
Church, as at prosent constituted, defeated
the intent of that act, and prevonted any
real union between tho people of England
aud Ireland; tho ouly means of establishing that
union were religious liberty and civil eqnality.
The bill would bo conclusivo, shutting out all
controversy, but carrying with it no penalty
or pain. He proceeded to explain that
the bill is intended to go into effect on and
after the first day of January, A. D. 1871. As
soou as it has received tho royal assout, a com?
mission will be appointed for a period of ten
years to guard tho property of the church,
and to prevent the creation bf any new inter?
ests. All ecclesiastical appointments tor Ire?
land hereafter are to bo made wi tbout freehold.
No money is to be employed for permauont
purposes. Those provisions aro to take tho
place of the suspensory measures passel last
year. It is assumed that tho clergy and peo?
ple may desire to have other religious organi?
zations tor those which they were about to
give up. In that case tho Queen, in council,
would rccognizo the newly-constituted reli?
gious bodies, but would not create them. Tho
result would bo the abolition of ecclesiastical
courts and jurisdiction and of thc rights of
bishops to tho peerage; all ecclesiastical
corporations would bc dissolved, an 1 then tho
disestablishment of the Irish Church would be
complete. Provision is made for tho clergy,
who are to receive life annuities. All private
endowments are to romain intact. The church
is to be handed over to a council for religious
purposes. Grants are proposed for thc sup
Sort of St. Patrick's and eleven other cache
rale, these structures beim? regarded as na?
tional property. Church buildings, no longer
required, aro to be handed over to the Board of
Works for the benefit of a fund ; and bunal
grounds are to bo placed under charge of the
guardians of the poor. The Presbyterian cler?
gy aro to receive annuities in lieu of tho Re
gium Bonum ; and tho Boman Catholic Col?
lege at Maynooth and the Presbyterian colle?
ges aro to bo granted capitalized sums of
money. Further legislation is to be had in
regard to Trinity College. A tithe rent charge
will bo offered to landowners at twenty two and
a half years' purchase. Church leases aro to
be sold, tenants having tho first option. The
capitalized value of the church property is es?
timated at ?10.500,090, of which ?58,000.000 is to
be appropriated to compensation, and tho re?
mainder, in tho words of tho preamble to the
bill, "is to bo employed for tito advantage of
the Irish people; not for tho purpose of any
church or chus, nor for tho teaching cl roll
ffiori, but for relief in cases of unavoidable c?
amity or Buffering, while at thc same time it is
not to cancel th? obligations laid upon proper?
ty for the relief of the poor." Grants aro itl-o
to be made to pr?vido for thc caro of lunatics,
for the training ot nurses, and for thc support
of county infirmaries. Mr. Gladstono pro?
ceeded at considerable longth to urge upon
tho Hous9 the great results which wore to be
expected from '.he passage of this measure in
tho tranquillity of Irelaud, and tho greater
union, security and power of tho empire.
Mr. Disraeli followed Mr. Gladstono, and
spoke briefly. Ho said ho regard d tho policy
of tho administration in regard to thc Irish
Church as politically wrong, and their billa as
an act of confiscation. But tho government
bad a right to bring thc matter before tho
House for a full and thorough discussion, and
be would not opposo thc introduction of thc
Tho motion made by Mr. Gladstone was
then agreed to. The bill was introducod and
read for the first time. Tho 18th of March was
appoiuted for the second reading. 1 ho House
The London Times says tho scheme for the
disestablishment of tho Irish Church, propos?
ed by Mr. Gladstone, fairly accomplishes tho
task, and the government desorves thc support
of Parliament. ^
-1 i i
-New York has a new wrinkle in upper-tou
Flt OM TUE STATE CAl'ITAX.
Thc Constitutional Amendment-Fas
sage of tue Port J Coy ul Railroad Bill
Bitter Opposition to it as a Wasteful
Measure-ll cport of the County Com?
missioners of Charleston County-They
Want <'no Hundred and Fifty Thou?
sand Oollars-\orthern Visitor H
Probable Veto of th? Savannah and
Charleston Railroad Bill, and Certain
Passage Over th i Veto.
[FROM OOH OWN CORRESPONDES!.]
COLUMBIA, 8. C., "March 4.-The principal
event in the Senate to-day waa the reading of
a message from the Governor transmitting tho
On motion of Jillson, it wa?.
Resolved, That Messago No. 1 of Lis Excellency
tho Governor, with accompanying documenta, to?
gether with thc report of the Special Committee on
the lie mu vii of Politic il Disabilities, and Joint ra .So?
lution reit Uve thereto, bo mado the special order for
to-morrow at two.ve il.
Thc Port Royal Railroad bill came up in tho
House of Representatives to-day for a third
reading, and passed by a voto of ayes 89, nays
Those who voted In the sfflrmalive are : The
Speakor, Berry, Brown, "fluxion, John Boston, Jo?
seph Boston, Boswell, B shep, L. Cain, K. Cain,
Cooke, Collins, Chestnut, DeLarge. Dennis, Dusen?
berg, Diiffle, Eliott, Ezekiel. Farr, Gardner, Grant,
Goodson, Hayes, OL I>. Hayno, J. N. Hayna. Humph?
ries, Holliinan. Huison, Henderson, Harris, Hyde,
Jonis, il. Johnsou, Johnston, 8. Johnson, G. John?
son, Jackson, Jacobs, B. James, H. James. J. H.
Jones, W. H. Jones, F.nh, Lomax, Ueorgo Loe, S. J.
Lee, LaDg Mayar, Mickey. McIntyre, McDaniels,
Moldy, Milford, Mays, Head, Minson, Ncl-on, Nash,
Hackets, O'- onn?l!, Purvis. Perrin. Prendegross.
Bankier, Richardson, llCOt, Bush, Rivers, Ktoebcr,
ftolbrand, Smalls, A. Smith, 2. M. cmftli, Sau ders,
Kmytho. Sasporta?, Simons, Smiley, Sett, B. A.
Ibompson, a. B. Thompson. Ihomis, Wilder,
Wooley, Whipper, White, Wright and Wo.ls-80.
Those who voted in the nesative are : Doyle, Fe
rltcr, D. J. J. Johnson, Jorvey, WE. McKinlay,
Moore, t-hrowsbcrry, Tomlluson. linsley and Wil?
We vote "yes" on Ihe passage of the bill, believ?
ing that this road, when completed, will benefit tho
people of a lar^c portion of the state, but desire to
record ourselves as being oppose J te that part of
section 4 which provides for tho exchange, by (he
State, ol one hundred and fl "ty thousand dollars of
Its bOiids for an equal amount af tho company's, be?
cause we deem Ibis an un wi ie provision.
(signed) A. J. BANSTE a.
W. J. BRODIE.
We vete "no" on th? passage of the bill, first, be?
cause the financial condition of the State docs not
warrant it; B?oond, because we believe the fourth
section unparalleled in the history of l?gislation;
third, because it is nnpreced -med to (rive any corpo?
rate body more aid than they originally asked for.
(Signed) JOHN H. Fxarrza.
We volo "no" on the passage of the bill for the
reason that wo cannot consent to give one hundred
and fifty ihousaud dollars, belonging to tbe btate, to
any porno* without some security that lt will not be
squandered; and there has been no evidence that
the bonds ueked for lu the first clause of Ihe fourth
sectiou will bo used for tho benefit of tho road; on
the contrary we have tho best roason for believing
that tbov will Bit JO so used.
(Signed) RKTJBES TOMLINSOK.
WILLIAM B. JERVIS.
Foritcv made a bitter spoacb in opposition,
and said tho Logioiature was giving tho road
five times moro than they originally asked for.
Ho referred to the competition tho road would
have lo moot with-throe railroads and the
business men of Charleston-and the sparsely
settled country it would tiuverse. lie did not
deny that Port Royal harbor waa all it was ro
tirusontod, but dollars and bon is should not
io VOtod away to enrich a railroad company
and impoverish thc State on account of a Uno
harbor; and deplored tho fact that tho bill had
batu rushed through.
The following documents wovo sent to tho
Hongo to dav :
To Hit Ilonornble'thr. Sen ile and Huuse rf Representa?
tives of South Ca-olino:
The Board of i.'ouuty Commissioners for the
Comity of charleston respectfully submit their esti?
mate ef tho muds that wiii be required during the
1 hey further respectfully represent th?t they have
oarefully estimated tte expenses for keep.nj; in re?
pair tbe public toads, bridges and ferries in said
county ; and other expensas, which are moro particu?
larly set forth ia tho schedule herewith annexed,
marked "A," and to which tho attention of your hon?
orable body is solicited.
They further reprc.-cnt that Ihe amount estimated
as expenses for tho public service for thc eueuin
year is tho result ol careful consideration, and with
a view ol practicing economy an for as consist? nt
with tho public demands and requirements.
This year require* much, because from long ne?
glect unavoidable with tho war. The former ordi?
nary repairs were bul a tniih compared to the de?
mand BOW mado for repaint aud restoration af tho
public highways, almost amounting ta a new work
from their long neglect.
They respectfully ask bal an appropriation may
bo made for the amount Bot forth in the schedule.
Q'bcy further represent that thu public buildings
were lu a dilapidate l condition, aid it wis absi
lulely necessary to make'hem at once available for
the putposesfor which they were intended, particu?
larly tho courthouse, which lt was necessary to Bet
In order 'or the com t which was about to sit, under
tbojurisdictlon of Ju ige Carpenter.
All the public buildings should be completely re?
novated as soon as practicable, and put in complete
rei air, rendered necessary by unavoidable neglect,
an-! exposure 11 atm Euphoric iufluonce during the
war, when tho public building* wera virtually aban?
Tho highways have not been put in order or work?
ed during or nineo the war, and th- attention of the
commissioners in constantly called to their impassa?
ble euro in al mont every part cf the county, in con?
sequence of tho bridges an t ferries broken down,
and m army case? tuia ly destroyed.
They als-o respectfully submit for your sonsidera
lion the subjoined scaedulo, marked "B," made by
their prcdico-sors and ae there is no provision
made for them in the foregoing estimate, they ben
that un additional appropriation bo made by your
honorable body for tho payment of thc same.
lu presenting this report the commissioners feel
bound to p/es? tho subject on your honorable body,
us necessary to protect and preserve the public
buildings iran dceay, aud to enable thom to reno?
vate the roads, bri ilgca and lonies so essentially nec?
essary to the dally wants of ibo community at
Thc records of Mesna Conveyance and Probate
Conn (lute Court of Ordinary) aro literally falling to
picoes, und the expense of new ?ecord books in?
volves considerable expenso to preserve these in?
valuable rec .mis, ombraclng a period of over two
All of which is respectfully submitted.
V. C. MILLEB,
Cou : ty Commissioners Chirleston County.
Charleston County. February 22,18C9.
O?TICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 1
FIRE PROOF RCXLLIN'O. February 23, 1869. J
Estimate of expenses tor Ch'irlcsto J County irom
1st November, 18?8, to 30th November, 1869:
Dieting prisoners, county jail.$ 15,000 00
Furnishing prisoners blankets, clothing,
kc. 1,030 00
Pay for constables for attendance on
court. 1,500 00
Pay for jurors for attendance on court... 7,Co0 00
Kr poa see of proceedings of court in
criminal eases. 7,000 00
Fcoi ol magistrates ano constables in
criminal cases. 25,000 00
Famishing fuel, coal, gus, forcourt room ?L0 00
Furnishing books, - blanks, stationc-y
ana repairing books iu offices. fi.OPO 00
Repairing public buildings. 10,000 00
Building, repa ri UK und keeping bridges,
roads, kc. 50.000 00
Poer of thc county. ]0.0Ufl 00
Expense^ tor laying out townrhips. 19,000 00
Contingent expenses. 3,500 00
Total. $14 j, 300 00
OFFICE COUNTY CoiniissiosHRS, 1
FIHE Pnoo? BUILDINGS, February 22, 18C9. )
Commissioners Public Buildings.
Wcstendoi ff* Co., painting eouuty jail. $ 020 00
J. M. Eastorby k Co, whitewa-mug
county jail. 120 00
Daniel Hoi'l'icck, indexing books for C.
C aud G. S.!. 1,000 00
Courii-r UHlce, adver ism ?: raejiings, and
presentation ol grand jury. 17 85
Commiitwntrs of Hain Roads,
H. M. Manigault, Satrttary and Clerk of
Bo ird, ior services. 33 33
Jamci L. KOFO. superintendent works,
lor servli o?. 175 00
Janies L. Ko-e. su, i rijUudeut, room
ivnt for use meeting of Board. 8 CO
Wm. Hunt, for hauling lumber, main
. road. 20 52
Cummiseioners Poor, St. John's Berkeley'.
A. J. Harvy, Chairman, for cora ad?
vanced ptor. 123 77
W P. shingler. Tux Collector, banding
bridges. 275 00
E. P. Mainly, buildieg bridges. 74? Si
C?mmitswners St. Thoma* Parish.
E. P. Blakely, balan?a duo on account of
brid-cs. 10 00
Ed Uto Island.
John Wright, building bri Ige;. 2,110 30
M?me Conveyance Office.
A. J. Sum-on, writing aoven yean' cross
- index to books from 1861 to 1868_ 200 80
Total.$ 6,390 61
Commissioners Public Builiingt.
It r map Maher, two years' service as
janitor.$ 2?0 00
St. Jama' Santee.
A. J. McClellan, for repairing Steed's
Bridge. 138 26
SI. Jam s' Goose Cresk.
Wm. Chime?, repairing LaColt's Bridge. 17 00
James Wiggins, bnilding Sean Swamp
J. C. Carn, furnishing lumber for Deon
Swamp Bridge. 16 SO
??- Thc Friends ?nd Acquaintances
>fMr. and Mrs. JAMBS M.. ?HACKELFORD, axe in
rited to attend tbo Funeral Services of Mrs. SHACK
[?LFORD, at St Philip's Cburch, To-Mosjnw MOBN
NO, at half-past Nine o'clock. March 6
?ST HOW HOSTEITER'S BITTERS CUBE
3YSPEPsI\.-THU WHOLE STORY IS A NUT
>H LLf,._Thc offlee of tho stomich is to convert tho
bod into a cream-like semi fluid, called CHT.UK.
L'hin in effected partly by thc action of a solvent, call
K1 the gantric-julco, which exudes from tho coiling
if the atomaoh, and partly by a mechanical move
nent of that organ, which churns, ss it were, the
lissolving allaient. Th9 C nv ii ii passes ?rom the
itomach into tho duodenum, or entrance to the
IOWC'IS, whero it is subjected to tho action of tho
>ile, and tho nutritious portion of it converted into
i fluid called Chyle, which eventually become?
Now, it is evident that if the great solvent, the
rastriojuice, is not prodacod in sufficient quintity,
ir if the mechanical action of the BtomachlBnot
luffictently brisk, tho first process of digo?too will
>c bat imperfectly perfonnod. It is also cloar that
f tho h ver, which plays such an important part in
dunging tho nourishing portion of tho CHYME into
he materi.il of tho blood, 1? congested, or in any un
latursl eoodliion, the second prooosa will not be
homnghly accomplice 1. The result of the two
uilurcs is dyspepsia, complicated with billoupnoaa.
The mode in which HOSTETTER'd BIT! EES
iperate in 6uca cases IB this: Tbey invigorate tho
wllular membrane of tho stomach, which evolves
;ho gastric Juice, thereby Insuring an ample suffl
Janoy of tho fluid io completely dissolve the food.
They also act upon the nerves of the stomach, cans
ng an acceleration of the mechanical movement
loccstory to reduce the food to. a homogeneous
nasa. They also aot specifically upon the liver,
itrongthening it, and so enabling it to produce an
unpin and regular supply of bile, for the parp?se of
inverting (ho nutritious particles of tho Chyme loto
3hylo, and promote the passago through the bowels
)f thc useless debris.
In this way HOiTETTER'S BI CTERS eura djs*
lepBia sud livor complaint. The explanation is
plain, simple, philosophical and trno.
March 6 DAO 6
??3-1 HAVE WITHDRAWN FROM THE
Elrm of CRANE, BOYLSTON b CO., and can bo
bund at the store of Messrs. STRAUSS b VANCE,
corner of Meeting and Hasel-streets.
SAMUEL J. COBBIE.
Charleston, March 1, 1869. 6 Marah 1
49-J. S. MAUI'IN (LATE QRUBER &
MARUN), will be pleased to eoe his friends and cus?
tomers at WM. a. CORWIN A* CO., No. 275 King,
street, between Wentworth and Beaufain.
SO- THE CELEBRATED W. S. C. CLUB
BOUSE GIN, pure, soft and unequalled-W, S. COR?
WIN b CO., Sole Agents. Medical men of thc high
tst standing acknowledge that (Un, in i's pure state,
has greit medical xiroperiies. We therefore placa
the CLUB HOUSE OIN boloro tbe public with tbs
greatest confidence, and moro particularly to those
who ase it medicinally, ss an article that inly re?
quires to be known to be properly appreciated.
J83S" $1 60 per bottle. $15 per case.
189-DB. WRIGHT'S BEJUVENATING
liUXlB, OR ESSENCE OF LIFE, cures General
Debility, Weakness, Hysterics ia Fernilee, Palpita?
tion of tho Heart and all Nervous Diseases. It re?
stores now life and vigor to the aged, causing the hot
blood ot youth to course the veins, restoring thc
Orgms of Generation, removing Impotency and De?
bility, restoring Manliness and full vigor, thus ptov
ing a perfect "Elixir of Love," removing Sterility
and liarrenuess in both sexes. To the yoviu;,', mid?
dle aged and aged, lhere is no greater boon than
this''Elixir of Life." lt gives a non' lease of life,
causing thc woak and debilitated to have renewed
strength and vigor, and the entire system to thrill
wi:h joy and pleasure.
Price-One bottle $2; Three bottles $5.
Poid in Charleston, S. C, by E. H. KELLERS b
CO., A. W. ECKEL ir CO., G. W. AI MAR, W. A.
SKHINF, ED a. BURNHAM and RAOUL & LT NAH.
rebmary IG DAC tathsoowSno'i
ft-T'THE EXTENT TO WHICH 1'HE ADUL?
TERATION of Li anon is corned on in this coun
trv makes it tho duiy of the purchaser-to investi?
gate tho merits of tho article offered for Bale. It is a
well known fact that many of the Brandies. Wines,
fcc., are manufactured from rrench Extracts, Essen?
tial Oils and Alcohol, which .is poisonous, thereby
causing many injurious effects.
'Ibo public is justly suspicious of nearly every?
thing pat up for sale under the name of Liquors, and
tho Irado bax boen brougY. into disrepute, and in
order to insur? to those who dc.lru a Pura Article, it
is only necet.--.acy lor us to say i hst we Import Direct
all brandies, Wines and 'Hu?, and warrant them per
kcilv pure as originally imnorted.
AU Bottled Liquors bearing thc hbolfl of W. 6.
COUW1N & cu., can bs relied up?nos hoing pun-.
ngr-Pnroba ^cr.** fchoulo no ice that the Fa;.cr Cap
over tile cork is not broken. We pay fur Cottles that
ha -e n?.r labels on, One Dollar per dozen, when re?
Total. S 5,774 66
Bansior introduced the following preamble
Whereas, The 4th day of March Is set for the In?
stallation of the President elect of the United states
of America; and whereas ibis day, tho 4th of March,
18C9, should be hoJed with pride, satisfaction and
joy by every lover ol libeity and of coo a ti tn ti on al
union; and whereas the election sad installation of
General U. S. Grant as Presidout of the United States
is the triumph of those principles for which our
fathers iou .'ht, and secures to the humblest citizen
.'equality before the law." Therefore,
Beit resolved, That tills House do adjourn this
dav. ot one o'clock precisely, and stand adjourned
until eleven o'clock to-morro?, March 5.
Tho resolution waa takon np at four P. M.,
amended by striking out one P. M. and insert?
ing four P. M. Agreed to and tho House ad?
A party of Northern gontlomon, including
Dr. Bolles, an eminent Episcopal divide of
Boston, Dr. Coopor and Mr. Harvey, a wealthy
capitalist, now on a tour in the South, visited
both branches of the General Assembly to
:lay. These gcntlcmon, who have hitherto
boon in their section ot country among some
)f the strongest opponents of reconstruction,
jxpresstd themselves very agreeably sur
srlsed wjtli the conservative spirit exhibited
jy the members in the debates both in the
Senate and House. In a long and pleasant
;onversation with the irrepressible Speaker of
he third House, Mr. Hurley, they ackno wledg
id that they had been somewhat mistaken in
he impressions and opinions formed of the
South Carolina Legislature, and that the con
lervative spirit, shown convinced them that
.his State was far in advance of other South?
on States. From all they had seen, they would
lave no hesitation in recommending thoso
who desired to settle in the South to visit
South Carolina; that there was here the fullest
lafety for citizens from any section, aud that
he extremists were in a very small minority.
The Governor, it is reported, will veto the
tct to enable the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad Company to complete their road.
Should this be the case there ii no doubt of
he act being passed over the veto.
49" RELIGIOUS NOTICE_R E Y. J. R.
PICKET C bas consented to re-deliver his discouise
on the Life and Character of the Jewish Prophet,
Daniel, at the request of the Stewards of the Spring
street Methodist Church, on TO-MOBBOW, at said
church. Services to commence at ha If-pa et Three
o'clock in AFTERNOON. SEATS FBEE.
J. B. DAB BT and others, Stewards.
43" CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST
CHOBOH.-To-morrow b-ing tbe Sacramental Sab?
bath of this church, tho services win take place in
tho MonNiNO, at half-post Ten, and Communion
service in the AFTERNOON, at ha f-past Ihree o'clock.
Tho Church will be closed at night March 6
43* DIVINE 8ERVTCE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED in the Orphan's Chapel.on SABBATH Arr EB.
NOON, at balf-paat Three o'clock, by the Bev. C. C.
J?-?NirABIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE SER?
VICE will be held in this Church To-MORROW; in
the MOBNTNO at half-past Ten o'clock, and at MIGHT
at half-past Seven o'clock. Services by tho Rev. B.
P. CUTLER. ?object at Night-"salvation by
43" RI VE tl B A P T IS M".-TO-MORRO W,
March 7th (D. V.), between tho hours of .Two and
Three o'clock, P. M., the sacred ordinance of Bap?
tism will be administered, by JACOB LES ABE, the
Pastor of Morris-street Baptist Church, at the west
end of Tradd-street.
The public are respectfully invited to attend. A
collection will be taken up to aid Ihe Church.
Mar?h 0 . 1?
43" THE NEW MISSION PRESBYTERIAN
OHUKCH BOILDIHG in George-street, near St.
Philip, will be opened for Divine berrico on next
SABBATH, 7th instant.
Preach 'ac at ha'.f-past Ten A. M., by the Pastor,
E. J. ADAMS, after which the Communion will be
At half-paat Three P. M., by the Bev. T. W.
CE WI 4, of the IC. E. Church.
At half-past Seven in tbs EvxNirto, the Bev. Mr.
SEABROOK will addross the congrega don. Ool
eetions will be takon during Ibo day to aid the
jul Jins towards completion.
Ike Day School connected with the Chureh will
)e taught ia th? same building on and after MON?
DAY, the 8th instant, under tho superinteadenee of
Ur. X. J. MINTO?, and will ba prepared te en?
large the number of its pupils.
43- DEALERS IN FLOUR AND MEAL
trill take notice of the following extracts from the
Act of General Assembly of this State, entitled "An
Act to provide for the Inspection of Flour," passed
December 20th, 18S0 :
SECTION IV. "That every cask or bog of Flour or
Meal submitted t J the view and examination of tho
inspector os aforesaid, sholl by him be searched and
tried, * * * * and no barrel, holf barrel or
bag ol' Flour or Meal sot examined and inspected
M alor:<;oid, shall be off ' i d lor salo or exported
under tue penalty of five doll-irs for each and every
barrel, half barrel or bag ot Flour or Meal so offered
for sale or exported, to bo paid by the seller or ex?
SECTION V. ..That if any person shall aller, ern-o
or deface the mark or brand made by tho Inspector
on any barrel, halt barrel or bag of Flour or Meal,
or shall brand any barrel, hr if barrel or bag cf Flour
or Meal, which bath not been inspected, with a mark
or braud sim! or to, or in imitation of the Inspec?
tor's mark or brand, or shall r>-pack a barrel, half
barre1 or 'tag ot Flour or Meal, previously inspect?
ed, without first erasing tbe Inspector's marks
tbei eon, tbe person so oilending shall fotfeit and
pay for each and every such offence tho sum of fifty
M'.CTION XI. "That all Hues and forfeitures incur?
red under tho provisions of this a t, sholl bo re?
covered by indictment, and appropriated, one-half
to tho informer, and tho other halt to thc use of the
Stato." C. M AVE KILL,
March 0 Inspector Flour ?nd Meal.
49" COURT OP COMMON PLEAS,
CHARLESTON, 4xa MARCH, 1809.-On MONDAY,
the Stn March. 1869, at Ten o'clock, the Country
Dockets will bc called, and civil business generally
By order o' the Court.
March 8 0 A. C. RICHMOND. 0. C. P.
49-UNION BANE, SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHABLZSTON, February 23, 1869-The annual elec?
tion for DIRECTORS of thia Bank will be held en
WEDNESDAY, 10th March proximo, at the office of
tho Bank, on East Bay-street.
H. D. ALEXANDER, Cashier.
February 21 w?tuthsl
49" CHEROKEE REMEDY CURES ALL
Urinary Complaints, viz: Gravel. Inflammation of
the Bladder and Kmdeys, R?tention of Urine, 6 trie
tures of the Urethra, Dropsical Swellings, Brick Dost
Deposits, and all diseases that require a diuretic,
and when used in conjunction with the CHEBpKEE
IN JECHO S, does not fail to cure Gonorrhea, Gleet,
and all mucous Discharges in Malo or Female, cur
lng recent cases in from ono to three days, and is es
psclally recommended lu those cassi of Fluor Albus
or Whites in Females. Th? two medicines used in
conjunction will not tail to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and in those cases where- other medicines
have been used without rn ce esa.
Pri?e-Remedy, One Bottle, $2; Three Bottles $5.
Price-Injection, One Bottle, $2; Three Bottles $5.
Sold in Charleston, a. C., by G. W. AI MAH, E. H.
KELLERS & CO., A. W. ECKEL b GO., W. A
SERINE, BD. S. BURNHAM and RAOUL ft LINAH.
February 16 BAO tutliseow3mes
49"WONDERFUL.-HENRY W. BURR,
No. 19 West Uth-etreet, while on a visit to the West
was attacked with severe illness from drinking im?
pure water. Life was despaired of, and it was
thought that be must die. His wife was immediate?
ly sent for. and iq a day or two was at his bedside.
Having herself seen ihe beneficial rtsults from the
useof PL ANTAT IO N BI TIERS, she insisted upon
their being administered to bim, which was done, in
quantities prescribed by the attending physician.
Tho result was almost as if by magic, and in one
half hour Irom the time they wero given her hus?
band was out "of danger, and by a moderate use of
them three or four times a day ho was soon ablo to
resume his Journey to his home. This is but one
cape of many thousands that wo know of.
MAGNOLIA WATBH.-Suporior to the best im?
ported German Cologne, and soldat half the price*.
March 2 tuths3
49-CHEROKEE CURE, THE GREAT IN
DI AN' MEDICINE, cures all diseases caused by self
abuse, viz: Spermalorrhea, Seminal WeaVness,
Night Emieeions, Los: of Memory, Universal Lassi?
tude, Pains In ths Back, Dimness of Vision, Prema?
ture Old ago. Weak Nerves, Difficult Breathing,
Palo Countenance, Insanity, Consumption, and all
diseases (hot follow as a tequonce of youthful indis?
'J he Cherokee ''uro will rostore health and vigor,
slop the emissions, and effect a permanent cure after
all other medicines have failed.
Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles for 85. Solu by
Sold in Charleston, S. C., by W. A. SKRTNE,
RAOUL Jk LYN AH, A. W. ECKEL h CO., ED. 8.
BURNHAM and E. H. EELLEKS & CO.
43- NO CU?E! NO PAY!-FORRESTS
JUNIPER TAU is warranted to cure Couizhs, Croup,
Hoarseness, Boro Throat, Spitting of Blood and
Lung Diseases. Immediate relief produced. Try
it; if not satisfied, return the empty bottles and get
your money back.
Sold wholesale and B?tail by the Agent,
G. W. AIMAB. Druggist,
Corner King and Vanderhorst streets.
43" Price 35 cents.
-February 27 PAC_rstulb3moa
49- ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who suffered for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and all the effects of you'hf ni in?
discretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity,
send free to all who need lt, tho receipt and ? lirec
tions for making the simple remedy by wliu-h he was
cured. Sufferers wishing lo profit by thc advertis?
er's experience, can do so by uddrc.csinT, iu i erlect
confidence, JOHN U. OGDfcN.
No 42 Ccdor-street, New York.
February 3 3mos
?^w?^?r4*?" SCBOONEB MART D.
/?4Jk HA8KEEL BABBOUB Master, w?l have dis*
t^^WMM fur the above port.
mmmm. F?r engagements, apply to
" " . a- F. BAKER 4.C0.
MarchS _Mo. 20 Cumberland-strest. .
FOIl LIVIiKPOUL-FlItST TESSKdL.
TWO HUNDRED BALES COTTON WANTED
K?IV THE AME MOAN BARK LIZZIE ?
JgQatO will have dispatch. For balance of freight
/JSSgy room, apply to *
Jl r*** STREET BROTHERS tc CO. '?>
March a _
KXC'LRSIO.VS AROUND THE HARBOR,
-^C-w THE FINE, FA8T SAILING AND OOaI~
FORT ABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
ZjBOill resume har trips to historic points in
JCS*?the harbor, and will leave Government
Wharf daily at Ten A. M. and Three P. M.
For Pasvage apply to 'J HOMAS YOUNGy -
December 18 3m o Captain, on board* *?
FOR NKW YORK. .(
REG TTL AH LINE EVERT T?URSD?T,
r - ' ? .) i r
PASSAGE UK UL <JI?I> TO $1?. ('_
'?rC*1irw TBE 81DEWHEEL STEAMSHIP'
//I^S^XZ. MAGNOLIA, Captain M. B, Cao
^L?f?hXr??fiynBUL. will -leave. Vandorh?rsf a,
-?iri2ae%?Wbari on THUESDAY, March Utk1
at 4. o'clock P. BL ,
March 6_RAVEN EL k CO., Agents, ,
FAST FREIGHT LINK r,
TO AND FROM BALTIMORE,. PHILADEL?
PHIA, WASHINGTON CITS", WILMINGTON.
DEL., CTNOIXNATT, OHIO, ST, LO DIS, MO., '
AND OTHER NORTH WESTERN OITTES.-. -
LEAVING EACH PORT iTERY Cm DAY. r * *
FALCON. JESSE D HOB?XX, Commandant
StA GULL.N. P. DurroN, Commander?
MARYLAND.J. V, JOHNSON, Cbmnnnder.
THE FAVORITE .ANDJ SWUXT
'Steamship MARYLAND, J. V, JOHS-T
BON Commander, wfTi sall for Bolti
_?more on 8 AT CUD AY, 6th March, at
half-past 1 o'clock P. M., norn Pier No. L 'Union,
t?" Cotton to Baltimore or Philadelphia, '??o', per '
lb. Bice $150 per cask.
Ike FALCON, Captain HOMEY, witt follow" on
11th March. /
- For Freight or passage, apply to ,., ? ,*
COURTENAY k TBRNHOLM, " .
March 2 tathsS ' Union WharvetV 3
TRAVKLICRS PASSIM Q THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA. AIKEN
r - -, And other pisces, ehculd.not fal ,
/tt te lay in their supplies of PROVIE
IONS, CLARETS, CHAMPAGNES,>
CORDIALS, BRANDIES, WHJ '
ETES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, SOUPS. Ac.
Pates of Wild Game, Deviled Entremets,' Han?,
Turkey, Lobster, etc, for L anchoo ns, sandwiches,
Travelers' Repast, ka.
?irSend for a catalogue.
. WM. S. CORWIN k OJ., V
No. 375 Kina-Mreei,
Between Wentworth and Beanfain, >
Charleston, 8. O.
Branch of No. SOO Broadway, corner JOth street,
FOR WURTH K DISTO.
TUE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
__I Captain JAMBS G. RUMMY, will re
oeivo Freight THIS DAT and leave MONDAY.
Monnmoat 2 o'clock, and Editto same day at 12
For Freight or Pastaga apply on bo ird or to '
JOHN H. MURRAY,
Market Wharf. .
The Steamer loaves again WZDTESDAY Momma,
it 2 o'slock, and Ed into FHIDAT Mor.siso 'at 13
o'clock. 1* March 6
INLAMD HOI I K.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLO BID A.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH ST'.?A M PACKET
LINE, VIA ED18TO, BEAUFORT A Ni HILTON
THE ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD ANO
CONNECTIONS FOB ALL POINTS IN .
* ^xS^e. THE FINE- PAST STEAMER
VS???5BBC PILOT BOY. Captain Furs Ps cz, wlU
leave Charleston on MONDAY and THURSDAY Moan-,
lit os at Eight o'clock. Returning, will leave Savannah
TtntsBAT MOBNTBTOB at Eight o'clock, and FSIDAT
ArrKBNOON at Two o'clock, tou-tung it Kdistoon
THOBS?AT trip from Oharlestoo, at Eleven A. M.,
and leaving Edisto at Nine A. M, SATDBBAYB, on re
The steamer will touch at Chlsohn's, each way,"
every two weeks, commencing with trip of Fe bru.
For Freight or Passage apply to a
February 18 Accommodation Wharf. :
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON.
VILLE. , ,
THE FIRM-CA8B STEANES
__J DICTATOR, Captain L. M. OOIBTTO;
will soil from Charleston every Tuesday Stensng, at
Eight o'clock, tor the above points.
The flrst-c'asa Steamer CITY POINT, Captain Wit
T. MCNELTY, will nail from Chane*ton every Satur?
day Homing, al Eight o'clock, for above points.
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Sa van ash
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with th-j Florida'
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at wolob
point steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola, Key West and Htvanx ?> ?-.
Through Bills Lading given for Freight to Mobile,
Pensacola and New Orisons.
B?th steamer i connecting with H. S. Hart't steam.
er? Oclawkha and Qrijfin fm- Silver Springt and Lake.,
Griffin, Eut Us, Barns and Durham.
All freight piysole on the wharf. .'.'> ?. ' ?
Goods not removed at sunset will se stored at risk
and expense of owners.
For Freight or Passage engagement, apply to
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents, p
South Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.-No extra charge for Meals and Staterooms,
November 21 >
tur CHEROKEE PILLS, i; OR PB MAU
REGULATOR.-Cure Suppressed, Excessive and
Painful Menstruation, Green sickness, Nervous aad
Spinal Affections, Pains in tho Bacs, Hysterics, Sick
Headache, Giddio'. ss, and all diseases that a pring
from icregulirity, by removing tho cause and all th?
effects that arise from it They are perfectly safe in
all cases, except when iorbidden by directions, and
are easy to administer, as they are nicely Sugar?
coated. They should be in the hands of every
Maiden, Wife' and Mother in the land.
The Cherokee Pills are sold by all druggists, at $1
per box, or six boxea for $5.
Sold in Charleston, S. C., by A. W. ECKEL le CO.,
G. W. AIM AK, W. A. SERINE, RAOUL k LYNAH,
ED. S. BUBNHAM and E. H. KELLERS k CO.
February 15 nao tutbseowSmos
S3- BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the bent in the world; tho
only truo and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantancous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the Ul effects of bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful alack or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No
Bond-street, New York. lyi January 3
?5-WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from the Moyune Districts of China the choicest
chops of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS of new reasons,
which are unrivalled for their strength and delicacy
?f flavor. We warrant our TEAS to be pure and un?
adulterated, and to give general satisfaction. As we
are constantly in receipt of large cargoes of Teas, we
are enabled to offer to the public the finest chops at
a price that many dealers offer inferior Tea at. A
trial and comparison will at once prove thia asser?
tion, and it only remains for thc public to Judge of
themselves. . WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
?3- ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
establishment of WM. S. CORWIN k CO., No. 276.
King-street, bctwetn Wentworth and Beaufaln, are
of the FIRST QUALITY. They sell no goods but what
can be warranted as PURL AND GENUINE. Thia is
an established fact._
JUS"TO C0NS?.\JP1TVES.-THE ADVER- '
TISER, having been restore.) to hc.lth in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several y ears with a severe liing alfCcl ion, fend thot
dread disease Consumption, is anxious to mak?
known to his fclIow-sufleroT? thc means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pr?
senption u-cd (freo of charge), with the direction
for preparing and usius tho same, which they wil J
find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi
tas, 4c. Thc object ot' tho advert? cr iu sending tho
prescription is to benefit theolllii-tcd. and spread in?
formation which he coucelvaa to lie invaluable; and
he hopes everv sufferer will try bis remoiy, as it will
cost them nothing and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prcscripiitm will oleare ad?
dress Rev. PDWARTJ A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, KiugB County. Now York.
February 8 3mos j