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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1010.
CHARLESTON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1869.
SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
TUE STATE CAI3IT AX. ;
THE POUT EOTAL RAILROAD BILL LAID OVER
THE WATEREE AMD NORTH GASOLINA KAILBOA
TULL-THE PROPOSED SUSPENSION OP THE
.WRIT OF HABEAS COBPUS-CHE CHATHAM RAIL?
ROAD SUBSIDY NOT YET DEAD.
. [SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DALLY NEWS.]
COLUMBIA. Maroh 19.-Ix THE SENATE, the
bill to aid the Port R <yal Railroad passed to
its second reading, under a mutual agreement
that it should not bc read a third timo or
passed before the next regalar session.
The following bills passed their second read?
ing and were ordered to be engrossed: ? bill
to further amend the criminal law; a bill to
provide for elections sud 611 vacancies in
The following bills received a third reading
and passed : The Appropriation bill; a bill to
incorporate the Dorn Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company, and a bili to incorporate the
South Carolina Improvement and Trust Com?
pany. The titles of the two last named bills
were changed to acts and ordered to be en
The Governor sent a message that he bad
approved the acts and resolutions ratified yes?
IN THE HOUSE, the following bills passed a
reconl reading and vere ordered to be en?
grossed: A bill to amend an act to deane the
jurisdiction and regulate the practice of Pro?
bate Courts; a bill to amend the act to fix the
salary and regulato the pay of certain officers;
a "bill to incorporate the Town ot Pickens; a
bill to punish persons who violate section
three article fourteen of amendments to the
Constitution of the United States; a bill to in- i
corporate the Wateree and North Carolina
A bill to amend tho charter of the Village of
Kingtree passed and was returned with
amendments to the Senate.
A resolution to suspend the writ of Habeas
Qorpus in Edgefield, Laurens, Abbeville and
TXewberry waa made the special order for to?
The Chatham Railroad bill consumed the
rest of the day, and the House adjourned with
Qut.coming to a final vote.
WASHINGTON, March 19.-IN THE HOUSE, to?
day, a bill was introduced and referred, by
which the tax imposed on peach, apple and
grape brandy by the act of July, 1868, is re?
A bill was introduced regarding the sales of
agricultural lots sold for taxes, and providing
that the lots shall be forty acres in extent, and
thermales be confined, to the satisfaction of
The indian Appropriation bill, after a long
and bitter debate, was passed, and the House
adjourned to Monday.
IN THE SENATE, the bill continuing the edu?
cational branch of the Freedmen's Burean to
le'l was passed.
A bill creating the office of Associate Judge
of the Supreme Court for tho Eastern District
of Texas was referred t, the Judiciary Com?
Information was demanded from the Secre- ?
ta ry of War regarding the cost and present ,
value of the New Orleans Marine Hospital.
The Tenure-of-offioe bill was discussed to <
In executive session the Senate confirmed .
Mrs. Van Lew as postmaster (?) at Richmond.
The President has nominated W. M. A. Rich?
ardson, of Massachusetts, as Assistant Secre?
tary of the Treasury.
CARL SCHUBZ BEGINS TO TALE-REMOVAL OF
THE WHITE HOUSE GUARD-WHAT BOUT WELL
THINKS AND INTENDS-THE M'CAUDLE CASE
THE Vf AB UPON GRANT.
"WASHTNOTON, March 19.-The debate on the
Tenure-of-offioa bill to-day was exceedingly in?
teresting. Carl Schurz said he was Dot one of
those who availed themselves of every possible
occasion to fly into paroxysms of adulation
?brfat the President.
The military guard at the White House hua
There was a foll Cabinet meeting to-day.
Secretary Bontwell declares his iutention to
sell the public gold publicly and. never at pri?
vate sale. ' He also behoves that be has the
power to invest the surplus gold, in bonds, and
thinks be will do so. He says that the cus?
toms receipts are increasing.
The I ostmoster Generai revokes, from the
81st instant, all commissions of special agents
except those who are paid and assigned to spe?
The McCardle case was argued to-day in the
Supreme Court. Decision reserved.
?. La Roche, tho Haytien Minister, has
President Grant has signed the bill erasing
the word "white" from tho constitution of the
District of Columbia. Tho negroes in the dis?
trict now have all rights, deluding those of
office and jory.
President Grant reoaived the special Spanish
Minister Roberts to-day. Speeches were ex?
changed expressing the kindest feelings, and
hope for the continuance of the same.
The vote in tho Reconstruction Committee
on the question whether President Grant or
the convention should appoint the provisional
Governor of Mississippi, stood for President
Giant, four -Democrats and Farnsworth; for
the Convention, the rest of tho committee.
GEORGIA FINALLY RE.TECTS TUE
ATLANTA, March 19.-Both houses of tho
General Assembly adjourned last night.
Yestorday morning, a motion for the recon?
sideration of the indefinite postponement of
the Fifteenth Constitutional amendment was
adopted, and the amendment being put upon
its passago was finally defeated.
THE PROGRESS OF TUE REVOLUTION-PLANTA
TATIONS BURNED-ARRIVAL OF MORE TROOPS
HAVANA, March 19-Tho insurgents have
bumed five of the largest plantations iu tho .
jurisdiction of Sagua la Chick. It is confi?
dentially asserted that tho insurgent generals
aro inaugurating deferred plaus ot' buming
Authentic information from the insurgents
admit many plantations burned.
Within this week another steamer has ar?
rived with troops and General Bucela and
Amable Essatanto aboard.
Tho insurgents were near Alvarez yesterday.
Another battle ha? boon fought at Guaraca
bulla. Thc- official account ?hova ono hundred
and thirty-8:x insurgents killed, and oao Span?
ish solider was wounded.
Tho number of inn argenta in Sagui und Re?
medios districts ia seven thousand. lue in?
surgents have dobtroyed tho telegraph and j
railroad between Alvarez and Macaque.
? UH OP E.
THE TROUBLES Ut SPAIN.
MADRID, March 19.-The troubles in Anda
rasia continues. A short but fierce encase
ment has taken place at Jerrez de la Frontera.
The insurgents were defeated, and six- hundred
captured. Miramon heads nine hundred Car
lists in the mountains near Almeria.
Vnarat, March 19.-A Royal decree has es?
tablished the right of trial by jury for violations
of the press law.
STRIKE IN LANCASTER.
LOSDON, March 19.-The cotton spinners of
Preston. England, have struck.
INVESTMENTS IN CHARLESTON.
Their Safety and Advantage-Views of
citizens of all Classes.
We, the undersigned, citizens of Charleston,
South Carolina, take this method of express?
ing our opinion that investments in real estate,
either by individuals or corporations, in the
City of Charleston, are us safe and will be as
remunerative as the like investments in any
other city in the country. Oar opinion is
based upon these facts :
1. The political condition of this section is
well understood and defined among all olasses
ia thc community; all accept the situation;
agitation baa ceased, and the people are bend?
ing their energies to retrieve their fortunes.
This spirit, aa a consequence, increases the
material prosperity of the city.
2. Beal estate can be purchased below its
actual value, and such being the case, they
who make investments, of course, ar? govern?
ed by the market value ?nd un invest with
S. The position of Charleston, having one of
tho finest harbors in the United Stares, com
mar.dmr,, through its dinon., t avenues, a
large Southern and Southwestern trade, im?
mediately surrounded by a mo?t rich and fer?
tile country, it sneh as to leave no doubt on
the minds o? commercial men of lier steady
and permanent prosperity.
George W. Clark, Mayor.
Andrew Simonas, President First National
William C. Breese, Cashier First National
Robert More, President Chamber of Com?
John B. Steele, Vice-president Board ef Trade.
W. J. Magrath, President South Carolina Bail
H. T. Peake, General Superintendent South
Carolin.-. Railroad Company.
A. F. Bavenel, President Northeastern Bail
S. S. Solomons, Superintendent Northeastern
JohnS. Biggs, President City Rill way Com?
James Ravenel, Piesident Gas Light Company.
\V. J. Heriot, Secretary and Treasurer Gas
N. B. Middleton, President Charleston Collcgr,
B. A. Kinfoch, President Medical Society.
John B. Dukes, President Wando Macing and
E. H. Jackson, Proprietor Charleston Hotel.
A. Butterfield, Proprietor Pavilion Hotel.
R. G. Duun & Co.. Commercial Agency.
B. B. Carpenter, Judge ot Circuit Court.
G. A. Tren holm ic Son, Bankers aud Commis?
C. G. Memminger, Chairman Board of Educa?
tion of City.
[. W. Hayn?, Ex-Attorney General Slat? 'of
Casey K. Fry, Deputy Paymaster U.iited States
J. W. Nichols, Paymaster United States Army.
James Schmdil, Captain Sixth United Staten
A. 8. WiUington & Co.,Publisbers Daily Courier.
Riordan, Dawson & Co., Publishers DAILY
Wm. B. Heriot & Co., Bankets and Insurance
Geo. W. Williams & Co , Merchant o and Bank?
James Adgsr A. Co., Owners in New York Lino
Bavenel & Ce., Agents New York Line of
W. C. Bee 4 Co., Agents Royal Insurance Com?
pany of Liverpool.
C. T. Mitchel.
Geo. H. Walter & Co., Cotton Factors.
Boeder & Davis, Cotton Factors.
Pelzer, Budgers & Co., Cotton Factors.
Wm. C. Dukes 4 Co., Cotton Factors.
Mowry 4 Co., Cotton Factors.
North, Steele 4 Wardell, Wholesale Met chants.
D. F. Fleming 4 Co., Wholesale Boot and Shoe
Wm. G. Whilden 4 Co., Wholesale Crockery.
C. D. Brahe 4 Co., Wholesale Leather.
Goodrich, VVineman 4 Co., Wholesale Drugs.
Len gm ck 4 Sell, Wholesale Millinery and Fan?
John 8. Fairly 4 Co, Wholesale Millinery and
Johnston, Crews 4 Co., Wholesale Dry Good?,
dane, Boylston 4 Co., Wholesale Dry Goods.
Elwin Bates 4 Co., Wholesale Dry Goods and
Marshall 4 burge, Wholesale Dry Goods.
Nachraann 4 Co., Wholesale Dry Goods.
G. A. Locke, Merchant.
W. George Gibbes, Merchant.
Street Brothers 4 Co., Shipping and Commis?
West 4 Jones, Shipping aud Commission Mer?
T. J. Kerr 4 Co., Shipping and Commission ?
A. G. Cooa win 4 Co., Wholesale Hats.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Wholesale Station?
ery and Blank Books.
T. D. Clancy 4 Co.. Ship Chandlers.
Dowie 4 Moise, Wholesale Drugs.
J. E. Adger 4 Co., Wholesale Hardware.
E. B. Stodaard 4 Co., Wholesale Boots and
J. 8. 4 E. Pierson, Wholesale Clothing.
L. Chapm & Cu., Carriage Dealers.
C. P. Panknin, Druggist.
G. W. Aimar, Druggist.
J .moa E. Spear, Jeweller.
Bissell & Co., Hardware Merohants.
Wm. S. Henerey. Foundry and Machinery.
Edwsrd Sebring, Agent North British and
Mercantile Insurance Company.
A. L. Tobias, General Insurance Agent.
Wm. B. Yates, Pastor Mariners' Church.
D. J. Qaigloy Pastor Cathedral (Catholic )
C. P. Gadsden, Rector St. Luke (Episcopal.)
E. T. Wmklor, Paster Citadel Square Baptist
John L. Girardoau, Pastor Zion Presbyterian
John T. Wightman, Pastor Bethel Methodist
Episcopal Church South.
John Bachman, D. D., Pastor St. John's
Lutheran Ch ur-li.
E. E. Jenkins, U. D.
George W. Clark &Co.. Wholesale Grocers.
James Conner, Attorney at Law.
W. D. Perter, Attorney at Law.
G. Lamb Buist, Attornoy at Law.
Benjimin F. Huger,.ot J. Fraser & Co., Cotton
W. Y. Leitch 4 B. S. Bruns, Brokers and Auc?
Stanley G. Trott, Postmaster.
Ed-viu E. Stono, Inspector ot Lights, Sixth
William Aikeu, Ex-GoTornor o'South Carolina.
-Tho impertaneo o? photrgraphy in Iogal
proceedings has recently neon illustrated m
England. Au application was made tor letters
of udm'nistititioD to tho estate of a p-.-r.ion who
many >ears ago had gone to Australia, and
had nut boen afterwards heard from. No di?
rect evidence was Incnishcd ol'his death, but
two men identified a photograph posscsso i by
tho surviving brother of the one supposed to
ba ticad, as thc portrait of a mm whom they,
about a cer ain dato, buried on a hill sido at
?ho go.d <l]gjj!Eg. ILis evidence was COD
-Tlio Kariotta Journal says that tho Concord
Woollen Factory, seven miles from thai place,
un ihr: Nickajack Cieek, us u?ar etMnp;eiioi',
iiie muchliKrry having be n received. It will
ruu tu?rty-twc leonis and t<ix hundred s;>indlos,
and will give constant einuloy i.e-nt to filly-two
operators. Thc very i-nosl woollen fabrics trill
be turned uu4.
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL.
Thc Senate and House at Loggorhc
The Bunk or the State Again-A
porter for the First Circuit-The
s pc ct ion of Fertilizers.
[FROM O ?B OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 17.-The Senat
agreed to stay four days longer in session
then both Houses are selemuly pledge
Senator Leshe to adjourn sine die. ' It waa
erally supposed from the large number o
portant measures to bo acted on that
would be tho case. Many of tho bills o:
calendars of tho two Hous3s have passet
of the branches, bnt could not have been i
ly disposed of by Saturday.
Quite a captious correspondence took i
between thc House and Senate this mor
on a question of parliamentary practice,
reply to a request from the Senate for th
turn of a Senate bill laid on the table ii
House, the latter sent the following mess
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 16,1869.
To Ike Honorable the President and Item
oj the Senate:
GENTLEMEN - The House respectfully
forms your honorable body that they have
coi ved from your honorable body a mes:
containing a request for tho return of a Sei
bill to establish and maintain a system ot i
lie chools for the State of South Caro
(which bill is now on tho table in this Hou
The House have ordered that a message be
turned to your honorable body requesi
that reasons be given for the request cou
ed in said message from your honor:
By order. F. J. MOSES, J:.,
8peaker ot the House of Representative:
On ?notion of Corbin, tho following mess
was .urned to the House of Repr?sentativ
IK THE SENATE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 17,1869. \
The Senato respectfully informs your hon
able body that the message of your honora
body requesting that "reasons may be gi
for the request of this body tor the return
thc Senate bill to establish and maintain a s
tem of public schools ?or. the State of Sot
Carolina," has. been received. Tho Sen
being, by the constitution, au entirely in
pendent bodv, and in no way responsible
your honorable body, respectfully declines
give your honorable body any reasons tor I
request heretofore transmitted.
The House then returned to the Senate 1
following message :
IN THE HOUSE OF BEPBESENTATTVES, }
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Maroh 17,1869. J
To die Honorable the President and Membt
of the Senate:
GENTLEMEN-Tho House respectfully infon
your honorable body that they decline to :
turn Senate bill "to establish and maintain
system of public schools for the State of Soo
Carolina,'' which bill was laid on the taole
By order. F. J. MOSES, Jr.,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
The action of the House rather astonish
tho grave and staid senators, and caused i
little surprise and amusement to the w
known clerk of the old House of Represent
ti ves (Colonel Sloan), who happened to bc
spectator in the gallery at the time of theo
lion of tbo House ou tho S nate message.
On the receipt of tho Senate message Ellio
moved that a message be sent to the So: ate n
serting the equal independence of this Houe
and that the House respectfully declines to r
turn the bill.
Tominion moved tn amend the motion 1
striking out so much as relates to equal ind
pendence of this House. Agreed to.
The motion, as amended, was agreed to, at
a message 6ont to the Senate accordingly.
A committee af couforeuco has boon appoi il
cd on tho causes of disagreement between tl
two houses on a bill which has caused moi
discussion and consumed moro time tuan aa
other bill at this session. Tins ts a bill t
amend au act entitled "An act to doline th
jurisdiction and duties of County Commissiot
era." The great point of difference is in roi;
Lion to the salaries ot County Commissioner:
The Appropriation bill from tho House wa
referred in the Senate to-day to the Fiaanr
Committee, who will make their report apo
The bill from the Honse to authorize th
Common Council of the City of Charleston t
amend an ordinance entitled "Au ordinance t
aid in rebuilding tho burnt district and wast
places of the City of Charleston," and a join
resolution on the same subject, introduced i
the Senato, were both laid on the table in th
latter body to-day.
Tho bill to facilitate tho settlement of th
affairs of tho Bank ttl the State of South Caro
lina, on its second leading to-day in the Sen
ate, was amended so as to authorize the Gov
ern or to appoint a president aad three dire*
tors to take charge of that institution. Th
bill will be read the third tims to-morrow, am
ordered to the House of Representatives.
A bill to provide for a reporter for the court
of the first circuits, which passed its secom
reading in the Senate to-day, gives Judge Car
penter authority to employ a stenographic re
porter for his court. Senator Corbin wami;
advocated the passage of this bill on the groum
that such a provision was generally favored bj
the members of the bar m Charleston.
A House bill to incorporate the Ashley
Bridge Company received its first reading to
day, in tho Senate; also, a bill to amend au ac
entitled "An act providing for the assossmen
and taxation of property;" also, a bill to de
fino contracts tor laborers, and for other pur
Senator Hickson, Chairman of tho Commit
too on Agriculture, made the following roporl
on the message of tho Governor and commu?
nication of Professor Sheuard, relative to thc
establishment of au inspectorship of guanc
and fertilizers :
? The Committee on Agriculture, to which waa
referred th message of his Excellency the
Governor, in reference to the establishment of
an inspectorship ot guano and fertilizers, re?
spectfully report :
. That tho importance of securing to tho ag?
ricultural interest of the Slate, upon the suc?
cess of which its prosperity so largoly depends,
tho use of genuine fertilizers, must bj appa?
rent to all who have noticed the largely in?
creased consumption or these articles. It is
of cons?quence, not only to the farmer that
he should bo guarded fi um imposition in hav?
ing, a worthless article foistod upon him, by
whioh ho is defrauded of time, labor and money,
but also that legitimate encouragement should
be affordud to tlio hotr-st manufacturer and
dealer by dotec'ing and exposing tuc spurious
articles which come in competition with thoso
that aro genuine.
The ste-lion ot the General Asf.ambly is too
far advanced to attempt at proser.t to elaborate
and mature a law fully adequate to all tho e
quirements of this subject, but tho committee
doom it of importance that a temporary ar?
rangement ehould be made by which ;he in?
terests involved may be proicctod until the
next mcotiug of tho General Assembly, when
it is to bc hoped prompt attention will bo
given to tho eu'oject. With this view they ie
spcctlully ropor; tho following couenrreut re?
solution for tho consideration ol tho Sotiato :
Be Un so'oed, by tho Senate, tho House of
Repreotativos concurring. That thc-Govetuor
bc authorized and directed to appoint askilled
and competent person as iuspicior ol guano
and fertilizer'', to inspect and anal)zJ ali
guano.--and fertilizers odored for salo in this
State, nil to furnish certifi?tes of such in
spoclion and analysis, ann whoso compensa?
tion shull bo derived hom a fixed scale of leos
to bo paid by those requiring his sorvicos.
Ordciodfor consideration to-morrow, and to
Tho hill to aliow Wilson & Co. to collect
wharfago in thu Town of iieaufort was amend?
ed, on motion of Senator Corbin, by (he addi?
tion of tho following prov.so: "That naid D.
C. W.lson Sc Co. shall not interfere with tho
wharf already constructed and now owned by
James L. Biruwull without compensation
therefor; said compensation to be determined
by thieu arbitrators lo bo appointed by tho
Court of Common Pleas in tho samo manner
as referees arc appointed."
Tho bill, as iimuuded, was 'tgrccd to and or?
dered io bo engrossed.
IN THE HOUSE, tho bill from thc Srnalc (o
amond un bei entitled "An act o regulate che
: manner of drawing juroi s * paseo? its BCCoud
i reading und wa* ordered to bo cugro- ed.
Elliott, ?i om tho Committee i n Railroads,
repotted favorably on a bill in relation lo rates
or freights of r uroads.
Tho bill was ordered to lie over for a second
Webb intioiucod the following joint resolu?
Be itresoto'd, by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the State of South Carolina,
now met and sitting in General Assembly, and
by the anthcrity of the same, That the writ of
habeas corpus be, and the same is hereby, sus?
pended in the Counties of Laurena, Newberry,
Edgefield and Abbeville. Read the first time,
and referred to tho Com mittee on the Judiciary.
Whipper, chairman of Committee on the Ju?
diciary, reported favorably on a bill to author-'
izo the employment of a reporter to take testi?
mony in the Circuit Courts. Laid over for a
Sent.tor Jillson, whose name appears among
the committee published in the resolutions
adopted at the indignation meeting recently
bela in this city, desires us to say that he was
not present, and that the use of his name was
Several of the expectants who made a trip
lo Washington a few days ago have returned,
ardreport affairs there all right, and that out?
side perhaps of two or throe personal friends,
the recommendations for office will be made
in accordance with the generally expressed
wishes and desires of tho Republicans in the
State at large and the various districts.
The Templeton company made their first
appearance this evening before a crowded
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 18, 1869.-The fire
that broke out at the Lunatic Asylum this even?
ing caused a very general excitement through?
out tho city, and brought a very largo crowd
to the rescue of tho inmates of the institution.
Fortunately the flames were arrested by the
noblo exertions of the firemen before reaching
the main building. The building in which the
fire originated ran out from tho centre of the
main building, and was used as a laundry and
ironing department. Some of the poor
creatures made most piteous appeals for
aid and protection. A few made thoir
escape and wandered about amongst the shrub?
bery, but were, afterwards eecurod without
difficulty, and brought hack to their rooms.
Thc Legislative proceedings to-day have been
of an unu snaily duh character. In the Senate
the Appropriation bill came np for a second
reading, and, on motion of Senator Mash, was
amended by including $1500 to fence and im?
prove the ground around the Governor's man?
sion. The sum of $3000 is allowed for two new
sates, one for the Treasurer and one for tho
Comptroller-General. The contingent funds
of the two last named officers were each in?
creased $500. A motien by Rainey io include
$500 for a physician for Charleston jail was
lost. The contingent fund of the Secretary
of State was increased three hundred, and the
contingent fund for the permanent printing
altered from ten to twelve thousand ' dollars,
t he bil! as thus amended was ordered to be
engrossed, and will be read a third time to
Next came the special order, te wit, the ma?
jority and minority reports of the Committee
on Railroads, on a bill to aid the Port Royal
Wright moved to lay on the table the ma?
jority report which, recommended that the
further consideration of tho bill be postponed
to next session.
On this motion t be yeas and nays were taken
and resulted as follows:
.-.Yeas-Messrs. Arnim, Barber, Dickson, Don?
nison, Hayes, Montgomery, Maxwell, Nash,
Rainey, Swails, Wright and Wimbusu-12.
Nays-Messrs. AUon, Buck, Corbin, Duncan,
Foster, Hoyt, Jillson. Leslie, Lunney, Owens,
Rose and Rodgers-12.
So tho motion to lay the majority report on
the table was not agreed to.
The question then recurred on agreeing to
A lengthy discussion ensued, participated in
by Corbin, Rainey, Wright, Swans, Allen and
Senator Leslie spoke nearly tbreo hours, and
thou announced that ho had only got through
th i preliminary portions ot his argument: upon
whioh announcement, on motion of Jillson,
tho Senate adjourned. It was understood that
Leslie was speaking against time, with a view
to prevent the bill receiving its second reading
to-day. Even should it be ordered to bc en?
grossed to-morrow they have scarcely time to
have it put upon its reading and be enrolled
before the adjournment. Senator Leslie claims
and says he will hold tho floor to-morrow, and
will probably co .sume the remainder of the
dav, alter the morning session, in another
effort to stave off decided action on the bill.
PE It S OX AL GOSSIP.
-Von Bismarck, it is reported receives a
salary of eighteen thousand dollars as Chan?
cellor of the Northern German Confederation,
and a similar sam as Prussian Minister of For?
-Nearly two-thirds of the persons that are
now-a-diys presented to Pins tbe Ninth ore
Americans. Bussions who visit Borne carefully
avoid coming into contact with the Pope or
any of his dignitaries. Next to the Americans,
Frenchmen arc the most numerous of those
who wish to get acquainted with Pms tho
-Rossini's "Petite Messe Solennelle" wag
parformod at the Italian opera in Paris on the
night of February 28th, aud was pronounced by
amateurs a masterpiece. The execution, ex?
cept as regards Madame Alboni, whoso voioe
is still divino, was indifferent. Tho receipts
excoeded twenty-five thousand francs, and it
was expected that tho next performance would
produce, a anm equally as lurgo.
- T. G. Appleton, of Boston, now in Rome
wi tb the party of tho .poet Longfellow, has
bought the late Cardinal Toati's splendid col?
lection of engravings, ton thousand in number,
and has presented them to the Boston Public
Library. Six hundred of them are undo, stood
to bo bandsumoly framed, and the rest aro
bound in folios. They aro accompanied by an
antique bust, presented at tho same lime to
tho library by tho Cardinal's representative.
-At his reinauguration as President, in
Philadelphia, March 4. 1793, Washington was
droesod in a full suit of the richest black vel?
vet, his lower limbs in short clothes, with dia?
mond kuce-buckles and black silk stockings,
dis oboes, which were brightly japanned, were
surmounted with large sqnaro uilvor buckles. In
his haud he carried a plain cocked hat,decorated
with tho Amorican cockade. His hair, pow?
dered, was gathered into a black silk bag, on
which was a bow of black ribbon. He wore a
light dress Bword, wit? green Bhagroon scab?
bard, and a richly ornamonled hilt.
-It is said in Paris that a well dressed stran?
ger was arrested on 'he night of tbe 15th of
February, in attempting to force Ins way into
tho boJroom ot tho Prince Imperial. General
Frossard hal tho intruder arrested and search?
ed, when a revel . or and a dagger wore found
in his pocket. He rofused to give hie name,
and as nothing secmod to indicate th it ho was
iusano, it was thought that ho intended to as?
sassinate the Prince. He is still confined in a
cell at tho guardroom of tho Tuileries. Stops
were immediately lakon to prevent any hut tho
servants Irom entering Hie pavi ion uow occu?
pied by tho Princo imperial.
-Thc tutor of tho Pr nco Imperial has Mic
utmost difficulty in weaning thc "child of
Franco" from calling his illustrions father
"Todo." lu thc first years of her we lded life,
tho Empress Bugonie was in tho habit of call?
ing the Emperor "Mon Tod.)," a French and
a Spanish word, meaning "my all." J hu child
hoard it so often that, as soon as hu wa* able
I to ta:k a lillie, he called hts father "Todo,"and
not "papa." Tho Eui pres? now addresses tho
Emperor with "Lmis," and tho Emperor ad
drc.iaea bor with ..mamm.i " Tho favorito
word of tho Impress is k"jfo??" (nico), which
she often tues in a vcr'v ludicrous manner.
For tiidtancft, bho said tho battle of Montana
waH "M?C jotlie affair* und she also speaks of
dangerous diseases and wounds as "joUt."
HILL-PHILLIPS.-On the ICth of March, by
Rev. Dr Prmursx, at the Church of tba Ascension,
Washington, D. C., CB fi BLES 8. HILL, of New
York, to FANNIE KUGENIA, daughter of Hon. P.
PHILLIPS, of Alabama.
BF NNETT - LUCAS.-At the residence of the
bede's Grandfather, Mr. WM. LUCAS, on Wednesday,
ibo 17ih instant, by the Ber Dr. LOBS, THOM AH
BHNNETl', Jr., to tMMA JCLIA, daughter of ROBT.
H. LUCAS, E?q. No cards.
JO-UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE SER?
VICE will be held in this Church To- MOBBOW, In
tho Morning at half-past Ten o'clock, and at Night at
half-past Seven o'clock. Services by the Be v. B. P.
CUTLER. Subject at night-"Tho Leadings of |
God's Spirit." March 20
JW FIRS I BAPTIST CHURCH.-DTvTNE
Service will be held at thia Church TO-MOBBOW, at
half-past Ten o'clock A. M., and at Four o'clock P.
M.^Preaching by the Bev. W. H. WILLIAMS? Pastor.
MS* DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED In the Orphan's Chapel on SABBATH AF
TEBKOOH, tbe 21st instant, at Four o'clock, by Bev.
Tr. W. HICKS, D. D._March 20
49-ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
Servite at half-pant Ton o'clock To-Monnow Moax.
rvs, by Bev. W. W. HICKS, and In tbe Evsamts at
half-pant Seven o'clock.
Strangers will be provided with seat? at morning
sarvioe. Evening service-stab free as usual.
Marah 20 ?
J9S-CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Services on SUNDAY MORNING at Half-past Ten
o'clock-in the EVBMNQ at half-past Seven,
Macro 20 . -v 6
JWOFFICE OF CLERK OF SUPREME
COURT, COLUMBIA, MARCH 6. 1869.-The Su?
pr?me Court will bold its session at Columbia on the
TT03T TUKSDAV io April next.
I bo Docket will be peremptorily called In th? nu?
m?risai order of the Circuits. Where there may be
two or more eases depending on the same question,
they will be heard with the case first called of such
Applicants for admission to tho Bar will file their
petitions on or before the first Wednesday of tbe
term, and will attend for examinai ion on tbe next
Friday succeeding. ?
By order of the Court. ALBERT M. BOOZES,
March 13 ?2 Clerk supreme Court.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CHARLESTON.-Pursuant to the provisions of tbs
Act sf the General Assembly incorporating the
"HOME INSURANOE COMPANY OF CHARLES?
TON'," the undersigned Commissioners hereby give
notice that they will open books and r?crive sub?
scriptions to the Capital Stock of said Company on
MONT?T, 22d March, 18G9, at the office ot A. L.
TOBIAS, Insurance Agent, No. 100 East Bay,
Charleston, between the bonn of 9 o'clock in the
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and that the
said booka will bo aontinued open from day to day
until the requisito amount of capital shall have been
lt is provided in the Act that tho shares ?halt be
twenty-five ($25) dollars eacb, and that five ($5) dol?
lars shall be paid at the time of subscribing.
A. L. TOBIAS, \
G. W. WILLIAM*. J
TRAN''is J". PELZEB, \Commieiloaers.
H UN UT COBIA, I
HENS lt BUIST, J
Mareh 16 lathami
*3-J. S. MARTIN (LATE GRUBER ?
MABTIN), will bo pleased to see his friends and cus?
tomers at WM. H. CORWIN ti CO., No. 275 King
street, betwon Wentworth and Beaufatn.
#3* NO CURE I NO PAY!-FORREST'S
JUNIPER TAB is warranted to cure Coughs, Croup,
Hoarseness, Sore 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 Botail by the Agent,
O. W. AIMAB, Druggist,
Corner King and Vanderborat streets.
4S* Price 35 cents.
February 27_uso tntb?3mos_
?-ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON TBE
Errors and abuses incident to Youth and Early Man.
hood, with the humane view of treatment and cur?,
sent by mail free ot ckarge. Addross HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
j?-THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE ADUL
TEBATION of Liquors is carried on in this coun?
try makes it the duty of tho purohaier to Investi?
gate the merits of the article offered for sale. It ls a
well known fact that many of the Brandies, Wines,
Ac, are manufactured from French Extracts, Essen?
tial Oils and Alcohol, which is poisonous, thereby
causing many injurious effects.
Ibo public ls justly suspicions of nearly every?
thing put np for ?ale under the name of Liquors, and
the trade has boen brought into disrepute, and in
order to nasura to those who desire a Pure Article, lt
ls only necessary for us to say that we Import Direct
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, and warrant thom per
feely pure as originally impon-jd.
All Bottled Liquors bearii.: tbe ?bet? of W. S.
CORWIN ?c CO., can be robed apon as being pare.
/?-Purchasers should no'ice that the Paper Cap
over the cork is not brotan. We pay for Bottles that
have our labels on. Ono Dollar per dozen, when re
?-CHEROKEE CURE, THE GREAT IN?
DIAN MEDICINE, cures all di toases caused by self
abuse, viz: Sperma lOrrhea, Seminal Weall ness,
Night Emissions, LOSA of Memory, Universal Lassi?
tude, Pains in the Back, Dimness of Vision, Prema?
ture Old age, Wea a Nerves, Diffioalt Breathing,
Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consumption, and all
diseases that follow as a sequence of youthful indis?
1 he Cherokee Curo will restore hoalth and vigor,
stop the emissions, and effect a permanent ?uro after
all otliar modicincs bave faned.
Pi ice $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5. Sold by
Sold in Oharleitos, S. C., by W. ?. 8KBLNE,
RAOUL & LYN AH, A. W. ECEBL it CO., ED. S.
BURNHAM and E. H. KELLERS A CO.
February 16 DAO tuthjeow3mo?.
"ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN w?o HuiTercd for years from Nervous Debility,
Prematuro Docuy, and all the effects of you bf al in?
discretion, will, for the sake ot su tie ri na humanity,
send free to all who need it, the receipt and iitrec
tions i?r making the simple remedy by which he was
cured. Suffern? wishing to profit by thc advertis?
er's experionce, can do so by addressing, in perlent
onfidenco. JOHN B.OGDh'N,
No. 12 Cedar-street, New York.
February 3 3mos
4Sr CHEROKEE REMEDY CURES ALL
Urinary Complaints, viz: Gravel, Inflammation of
th? Bladder and K ndeyc. Retention of Urine, btric
turcs of tho Urethra, Dropsical .^wellings, Bri.-k Dubt
Deposits, and all diseases that require a diuretic,
and when used ba oauJuncKon with the CH?ttOKiCU
INJ.XITO i, doo? ?ut tj'l to euro Genorrlioi, Gleet,
sud al mucous DUoli .rues in Mal ; ?>.- .' oc?alo, cur?
iae; recent cases in irom ono to taree days, ann ls ps
peotalty racoiumend.'d m thoso cases of Fluor Albus
or Wiiitos iu Females. TU i two mcdiaiues us-.-d in
conjunction trill not fail 11 remove t JU disagreeable
complaint, and in tbo.-j oases whore other incdieines
have bees used without meccas.
Price- Uouaedy. Ono Boti'o, S2;Three Bottles $5.
P: ice-Injection, One Bottle. $2; Throe Bottles $3.
Sol I io Charil rot??, v-.. 0.. i>y O. W. AIM AR, E. H.
KELLERS A CO., A. W. ECKEL & CO., W. A.
sKKINri, I'D. S. BURNHAM aud RAOOLiLYNnH.
Keb'te;ry lt? nao tutbs^ow?mos
CS* ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
establishnicu' of WM S. CORWIN 4 CO., No. 275
K:ug-:-trcct, between Wentworth and Betuftuo, 'ire
ot the FlUaT QUALITY. They sell ne goods bul whai
can be warrantai as PU Rh AND GENUINE. Toisia
an established .act.
JW WITHOUT A GOOD DIGESTION.-ALL
other temporal blessings are comparatively worth?
less. The dyspeptic millionaire who h aa tried all
the potions of the medical profession in vain,
and believes his complaint to be incurable, would
give half his fortune to be freed from the horrors of
indigestion, and thus enabled -to enjoy the other
half. Of course he would.
Perhaps HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH BITTERS
has been recommended to Fitch a sufferer. Posribly
he baa turned from the friend who made the sug?
gestion with a sneer, intimating that hs has no faith
in any "patent medicine." If thia has been the
case, so much the worse for him. Hil incredulity
dooms him to a life of misery. All the luxuri?s
which wealth can parchase are at his command.
Not one of them can give bim pleasure. Hts own
h rational obstinacy is his bane.
The masses, happily for themselves, are less
skeptical. There ls such a thing aa bigoted ' unbe?
lief, as well as bigoted credulity, and a golden mean
between the two, welch men and wemen who are
giftVd with common sense adopt and profit by.
These are the class that patronize and recommend
HO?TETTEB'd BITTERS. "Why "do they app-ove
thia lamons antl-dyspaptic and anti-bilious prep ara?
non ? Simply because they have not be?n too m uch
the Flare of senseless prejudice to give it a fair trial,
and have found that when all other tonics, stimulants
and btomachlcs failed, it produced the desired effect.
"Strike, but hear," said the Doman ?ge,, when
bia ignorant enemies were assailing him. "Doubt,
but try, " says thc mau who has been cured of indi?
gestion, or biliousness, or intermittent fever, by the
Bitters, as he relates his experience of the medicine
to his invalid friends. Whoever ls so wedded to his
own foregone theoretical conclusions, as to decline
to test the properties of a medicine endorsed by the
testimony of intelligent men in every walk of life,
and approved by the people at large, deserves to
suffer. 6 sao March 20
ta- ONE HUNDRED DOLLA ?8 REWARD
will be given for proof to conviction of the person
or pen ona who have committed depredations hy
injury done to marble fences and monument* in
Any person detected in tatong a shrub, plant qr.
flower from tba grounds, will be prosecuted to the
fullest extent of the law.
ED W ABD SEBBING,
March 17 wa* President.
ter ALMOST EVERY DAV. WE HEAR
many person* complaining of headache, lois of ap?
petite, and that they are not flt to do anything, fte.
al any is the dav that we have felt so ourselves, and
in fact have gone to bed and Imagined ourselves
sick, but for th* life of us could not tell what waa
the matter. One day while thus complaining, a
friend said to us, "Why don't you try PLANTATION
BITTERS? they ate really a good thing, and will
make you fool Uko a newman." Upon his recom?
mendation we purchased a bottle, and took them ac?
cording to the ditectiona. They pcemei to go right
to the spot, and gave us immediate relief. Ever
since we have taken every opportunity to r*com?
MAGNOLIA WATXB.-Superior to the best imported
Gem?an Cologne, and sold at half the prise.
March 16 tstthsS
JOTIN THE COMMON PLEAS, CHARLES?
TON COUNIT-FI SST cntOUTT.-It is ordered,
that a Special Session of the Court of Common Pleas
for the First Circuit shall be held at Charleston, on
MONDAY, tho twenty-ninth day of March instant;
and that the Clerk of the Court shall cause the time
and pla e for holding the same to be notified for two
weeks euoresaively in one or more of the newspapers
publiabed in the City of Charleston.
(Signed) R. B. CARPENTER.
Maren ll, 1869.
A true copy. A. C. RICHMOND,
March 12 16 Clerk.
JO-DR. WRIGHT'S REJUVENATING
ELIXIR, OR ESSENCE OF LIFE, cures General
Debility, W< .ikneas, Hysterics in Females, Palpita?
tion of the Heart and all Nervous Diseases. It re?
stores new life and vigor to the ag*d, ?ausing th* hot
blood of youth to course the veins, restoring the
Orgms of Generation, removing Impotency and De
bili ty, restoring Manlinosa and full rigor, thua prov?
ing a perfect "Elixir of Love," removing Sterility
and Barrenness in both sexes. To the yoanj, mid?
dle aged and aged, there is no greater boon than
thia "Elixir of Life." It gives a ne* lease of Ufo,
causing the weak and debilitated to have renewed
strength and vigor, and the entire system to thrill
with Joy and pleasure
Price-Ono bottle $2; Three bottles SS.
Sold in Charleston, 8. C., by E. H. KELLERS k
CO., A. W. ECKEL k 00., G. W. AI UAR, W. A.
SKKINB, ED. S. BURNHAM aid RAOUL k Ll NAH.
February 16 nao tuthseowSmoa
JO-TO CONSUMPTIVES.-THE ADVER?
TISER, haring been restored to health in a few
weeka by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years with a severe lung affection, ind that
dread disease Consumption, ls anxious to make
known to bis fallow-sufferers the means of eure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of the pre?
scription u?ed ?freo of charge;, with the directions
for preparing and using the same, whioh they will
find a sure euro for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi
tas, Ac. The object of the adverU-er in sending thc
prescription is te benoflt tba afflicted, and spread in?
formation which ha conceives to be invaluable; and
he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, aa it will
cost tuena nothing and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please ad
dress Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, .
Williamsburg, Kiags County, New York.
February 3 3a>o*
j?-CHEROKEE PILLS, OR FE MA Li
REGULA IOS.-Care Suppressed, Ex*essiro ant
Painful Menstruation, Oreen bioknosa. Nervous and
Spinal Affeorions, Pains in the Back, Hyst?ries, 8ioC
Headache, Giddiness, and all diseases that spring
from irregul .nty, by removing the eau-? aud. all tho
oCocts that ans? from it They ure perfectly safe in
all cases, exespt wheo i*rbiddtm by directions, and
are easy to administer, aa thur aro nicely Sugar?
coated. They should be In ta? hands ui every
Mai.ion, Wife aud Mother in tbc ?and.
The Cherokee Pills ara sold by all druggists, at $1
per box. or six boxes for 15.
hold in i barleston, g. C., by A. W. ECKEL k CO.
G. W. AI HAR, W. A. SERINE, RAOUL k LYXAB,
BD. 9. BURNHAM and B. H. KELLER* k CO.
February 1G D*O tuthscowSmos
JO"WE ARE CONSTAN FZ? RECEIVING
ironi the iloyune Districts ct China the choice?
chops of OREEN AND BLACK TEAS ol new season*
whica ara unrivalled for ihclr ?treugth end dolicacj
davor. We warrant our I liAtj to be pu e and un
ad '.orated, and :o ,'i . e gousral satisfaction. Aa we
ara ..onstuutiy io receipt of larga cargoes of Teas, wi
are enabled lo crier lo tue public tho Quest chops a
a price thal many dealers offer Inferior Tea at. i
i rial sud comparison will at once prove th s atsei
dun, and it only re??alos for thc public to judi;* o
themselves. WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
Na. 275 Kinj-stroet
I?T TUE CELEBRATED W. S. C. CLUI
HOOab GIN. pu-n, aofc and uuequalloj-W. M. COI
WIN k CO., Sol? Agents. Medical mcu of the higt
est ?lauding acknowledge that ula, in t's pure stat?
has great medical properties. We therefore plac
the CLUB HUUSli GIN bet?re the public with rb
greatest con .1 danoo, and more pa ru eula riv to tbos
who use it medicinally, as an arricio that <uily r
quires to be Known lo be properly appreciated.
?7T Cl M per bott!?. $13 per ease.
JtiT liATCHliLOR'S HAIR D?E.-THJ
.Hiiootlid Hair Dyo is the bast is the w?vul; tl
only trua ami (?licet Dye; L&r;iilC'<:-. rel iib 1
ujtantancomr; no disappointment; u-i ridiculo:
tints; reaicciicathe illaffoRU or bal dy-:
rat*? aLd 1.2.17. i thc heir +M and bifcatilnl Mat !: ?
brown, ?Vild bv eil Lrugswts and ivrm-re T
EXCURSION TO F (?HT StMBH,
BATTERY WAttNER, MORRIS ISLAND AND
OTHER POINTS OP INTERE8T DC THE HAR?
ra.'jffr^h..THR STEAMER ST. HELEalA.
irT^FTrCaptain JAKES'G RTJMLET, will leite
&<. above THIS (Saturday} MOBNTKO, March 00th. at
10 o'clock, from Market Wharf, foot of Market-atreet.
and return at half-past 2 o'clock.
Fare for Round Trip $1
J. H. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
X. B.-Passengers will be landed at Morris Island
and Fort Sumter, as well as other points ot interest
and allowed a sufficient time to visit the different
forb'fl anons. ll March30 ?
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HARBOR?
THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND OOM- ,
FORT ABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
will resume her trips to historio points in , I
the harbor, and will leave Government -
Wharf daily at Ten A. Mi and Taree P.. iL y
For Passage apply to 1 HO MAS YOUNG,
December 18 ~ Captain, on board.
THE NEW Al AMERICAN. OL1PPEB
s bark HA BRIET F.. HUSSEY, Ulan* Mao
Mer (sman capacity), having a large portion 'T
?of her cargo cu-gaged will ba quickly dis?
patched. ., , .
For balance freigV. engagements, apply to
Maieh 18_WILLIAM BOAOH tt 00.
FOR BOSTON-DH> PATCH LlfTS.' 7
FIRST VESSEL-ONLT REGULAR LltTB.
THE FIRST CLASS 'SCHOONER B.' IC t
^HAWKIN.", WYATT Master, having ? on <j
t board her heavy freight, wants 300 bales to
?fillup, and leave uromptly. i
March 18 8 WILLIAM ROACH 4 Oft ? n
FOR NJBW ORLEANS. '"' V
THE SM ALL FAST SAILING SCHOONER .
"EMMA" (now due at this pert) wiQ load
>Kice and Peas, and bave dispatch as above,
?if sufBcient Freight offera. .>
B19LEY A CREIGHTON, .
Marah 19 Accommodation Wharf.
FOR PHILADELPHIA AllD BOSTON.
REG ULAR EVER Y THUMBA Y.
THE STEAMSHIP PROMETHEUS,
'Captain G RAT, will leave Norf*
-"Atlantic Wharf, IHUBHDA?, March
JOHN k THEO. GETTY,
March 28 S_North Atlantic Whaaf.
FOR SK W YORK.? ~~ .
REGULAR LWEEVERY THURSDAY,
PASSAGE RKOL CEO TO 01 A.
THE PIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
MAGNOLIA, Captain M. B. CftOW- I
KU, will lea to Vmderherti's Wharf
on THDHSDAT, 35th Maroo, 180?, at
_BAVENKL A 00., Agentr,
FOR NEW YUltK. .
THF.FIBST-CLASS SI DE-WHEEL
'STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN, WOOD- ,
HULL Commander, will leave Acgcr'a
? Wbarl on SATUBDAY, the 20tb mst,,
at 11 o'clock A. M.
*5~ *n i xrra Charge of $5 will be made to pas?
se o ti ors purchasing Tickets on board of the steamer.
SS- Nu Billa ol Lading signed altar tba sailing of .
the Kteamer. .
Hf J brough Bills of Lading to Providence, R. I.,
and Boston at reasonable rates.
Mfa- Insurance can be obtained by the Steam era of
this line ai yt par cent
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JA Mt:- ADGBB k 00.,
Corner East Bay and Adder's Wharf (Upstairs).
S3-1 be steamship JAMES ADGEB will follow oat
TUESDAY, the 33d, at 2 P. ii.
. ; KA ST FREIGHT LINK
TO AND FBOM BALTIMOBB), PHILADEL?
PHIA, WASHINGTON CITY, WILMINGTON,
DEL., CINCINNATI, OHIO, ST. LOUIS. MO.,
AND OTHER NORTHWESTERN 0ITTS8.
LEAVING BACH PORT EVERY Sra DAY.
FALCON.Jxaas D. HOB?BT, Comtnauiar,.
StA GULL.ii JIU P. Durren, Commander..
MARYLAND.J. V. JOHHSOS, Commander.
THE FAVORITE AND SWIFT
[Steamship MARYLAND, J. V. JOBS
SON Commander, will sail for Haiti
,more on FATUBDAY, 20th March, st
6 o'clock P. M., from Pier No 1, Ornoo Wharves. -
l bs FALCON, Captain Honan, will follow os
THUBSDAT, '.'6th March.
For Freight or passage, apply to <
. COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
March 18_3 _Union Wharves.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP BOMPVS
. TUEOCOH LUiu TO * ""
CALLFOBNIA. CHIN A AND JAPAN. t
GUANO! OF SAILING OATS', aj -, a
MiEAMEBa, OE THa ABOVE.'
line leave Pier No. 43; North River.
foot of Canal-a tree t. New York, at
13 o'clock noon, o f th ? l rt, 11 th and.
21it of every month (except wbe? these dates fall'
en Sunday, then tba Saturday preceding). ' " .r.
Dapariura of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with,
steamers for South Pac! ac and Central American '
porta. Those of 1st touch at Manaanillo.
Departan of 11th ot each month connects with,
the new steam line from Panama to Australia and
?Steamship J1 PAN leaves San Fr ar cisco for China
and Japan May i 1869.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but ga
direct from New York to AaplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free ta each aa ah?
Medicine and attendance free.
For Poaaaga Tiokets or farther information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE* on th s wharf,
foot of Canal-street, North River. New York.
March IQ_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent :
TRA V EL KR8 PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLOBLDA. AIKEN,
-f -, v? Abd other placea, should not fat
11 to lay lu tnefr supplies of PBOVMr
IONS, OLA REIB. CHAMPAGNES?
00R DIALS, BB AN DIES, WH7S
KIES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, SOUPS, Ac
Patea of Wild Game, Deviled Entremeta, Han>?
Turks v, Lobster, etc., for Luncheons, ban tl vichas,
Tra velars' Repast, Ac.
-Send for a catalogue.
WM 8. CORWIN k 00.,
No. 278 Cing-itroet,
Between Wentworth and Boa if fain,
Charleston, 3. 0. >
Branch of No. BOO Broadway, corner 20tu street,
FOR KDI9TO ANO KN TE fl PHI S E.
.",rr-THE SiEAMER ST. HELENA,
??l???5L.Captiin JAHRS G. ROMLEY, will re?
el ve Freight THU DAT and leave MUNDAY NIGHT
at )2 o'clock, and Edlsto MONDAY MOBW?MQ at 10
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
JOHN H MURRAY,
Tho Steamer leaves again WEDNESDAY MORHXM
1 o'clock, and Edlsto ?-AT?BDAY M om? IMO st 3
CHANGE OF 5CHKDUL?.
?LAND ROUTE-ONLY TWO AND A HALF
HOC Bs AT -KA.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
9ABLEH10N AND SAVANNAH STEAM PACKET
- -A-ir***?i? 11315 *Ti 4"88 ?H.0T BOY..OAP
asSaBst TATN FEVM PSOK. wlii leave Accom?
modation Wharf every MONDAY and I'RIDAT MOBS
INO, at 8 o'clock, touching at Beauiort only;
returning leave ? Brannan TUESDAY and SATUBDAY,
at 9 o'clock A. M., making tho trip in e even hours.
The ?teamer Ft NM A, ! aptaiu AOATB will loare
Charleston every THUBSOAT io RN IMO at 8 o'clock,
teaching at hdisto ano Way Laud np ; returning
leave Savannah FRIDAY, at 2 o'clock P. M.
imo ot the a'iovo boats will touch at Hlufflon from
Charleston second MONDAY of each month, and re?
turning tbird itSXDAX of each month.
For b reicht or Passage apply to
March 18 Accommrdarion Wbart
KOK PA LAT Iv .V. KLOI?1).'.,
FIA SAVANNAH, Fh KN ANDINA AND JACKSON?
THE Flltrl-OA^S SlEilf IB
_DICTATOR. Captain L. M. ?'OXETTBB,
HI ss;l trom Cbar'astan ?'?or 'stea'ay Bttmng, al
Eight o'clock, lor in? atoro porn rs
The flrst-ciHfs Steamer -.'I i i" POINT, Captain Wat.
iioMrLTY, will 'ail ?rom i tb reston every .Vafur
iau Evening, ?: Kljbt DVua.'k, for ...<ov? pout?.
. oai-ction with tb" C- ut .0 ttsllroad at ^uvaunab
for Mcni'o and Nc Uriraii^. ?.no vrnb tu ? Honda
Kullnuul a? (reraaiiolni for ,>iar Keyi. at which
point ??i?m.Ts conned ?'Hi sowCrL-aus. Mobile,
IHstosacoia. K.-y Weal sud li-vaua.
Ibtonyb ?ii;* I u ii-; : L'-.M, ur i r.-itfht to -lobiie,
cnuaecla and New (>:i**u*.
/A;/A Mramtr.i comtd'W wtt?t H. ii. lian s tuan
tn Ottamtka - vi Gr!fi- f? t Silrmr Springt and Lake?.
<?r,j,.? Eiutu. H?.r> .'. KI i Dm kam.
All fp-iv*.! - ; :i:-ti ti 'Ii- ?bart. ^_
uot rer'.ijvetl ai *uasc' 1*1^6 stored atrls.
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; or '.?....c:?: ' ': ?'.-si-.-- rn/iffo-r.crt, applv to
J, D. ?MK EN k CO., Amenta.
-fii'b Atliutl; Wharf.
N. V.-No "t.tra charge tor Meals and Staterooms,.