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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1078. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ll, 1869._SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
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PEAL POSTPONED ES TE3 HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Maren 25.-IN THE SENATE,
Rice introduced a till restoring a republican
government to Georgia. A motion to con
aider it failed by a vote of 40 to 15.
Hamilton, of Maryland, was scated.
The bill providing for redistribution ard
issue of additional fifty millions national cur?
rency was considered without action.
Thc amendments to the National Junction
Railroad, connecting north and south with tho
roads around Washington, were adopted, and
the bill goes to the President. The Senate
Is THE HOUSE, a joint resolution, restoring
the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims to the
cases of citizens of the loyal 8tates for vessels
impressed during the war, was passed.
Upson replaces Poland on the Reconstruc?
A bill restoring a republican government to
Georgia was introduced and referred to the
Reconstruction Committee. It reassembles
tho original Lo^islaturo and imposes the test
oath qualification, and declares the expulsion
of the colored members void.
The consideration of the Mississippi bill was
resumed, bul laid aside for the Tenure-of
office bill, which, after a strong debate, was re?
ferred to the Judiciary Committee by a vote of
ninety-five to seventy-nine, only ten Demo?
crats voting nay. The House then adjourned.
GRANT'S OPINION ABOUT MISSISSIPPI-IXLNESS
OF EX-PBESEDENT JOHNSON-NOMINATIONS
WASHINGTON, March 25.-In an absolutely
authenticated interview between General
Grant and the Mississippi delegation, who
were urging Grant's assistance in passing the
jtending bill, Grant said he doubted whether
the bill would restore peace in Mississippi. Ht
favored appointmenB by the military governor
with a re-election on the constitution, with a
separate vote on the objectionable features,
some of which probably would and, perhaps,
should be defeated.
Ex-President Johnson's physician has left
for Greenville, Tennessee, in response to a dis?
patch announcing Mr. Johnson's dangerous
The cubloms for the week ending the 20th
were four million one hundred and fifty-six
The President has made the following nomi
natiope: Edward L. Plumb, Consul-Goneral at
Havana; Alonzo P. Cornell, Surveyor of Cns
toms at Now York; E. A. Merritt, Naval Offi?
cer at New York; Julius Emmerson, Assessor
of the Third Louisiana District; James A.
Cooper, Collector of che Second Tennessee Dis?
trict; Isaac J. Young, Collector Eourth North
Carolina District; Julia P. Woolfolk, Postmis?
tress Jackson, Tennessee; Josepb T. Smith,
Collector of the Second District of Mississippi,
and quite a number of Northern nominations.
'lt.. ?n-to VAV^utWW UVU^4-- -- --
Banoroft Davis as Assistant Secretary of State;
Jas. H. Casey, Collector of Customs, New Or?
leans. Delano has apoointed Edward W. Bar?
ber, who was for several yeara Beading Clerk
for the Huuse, Supervisor of the Revenue in
THE NEW SPANISH CONSTITUTION.
MADRID, March 25.-The committee appoint
ed by the Cortes to draft a form of government
has reported a constitutional monarchy. The
King is to reign eighteen years-the senators
will hold office for thirteen years, and the
members of Congress for three years. The
Church and State will be kept separate. The
Cortes has passed the conscription law.
SPARKS EEO M TELE WIRES.
Brigham Young's wives have arrived at Chi
Rhode Island bas postponed action on the
Boutwell wants legisUtion for the redistribu
tion of the national currency.
The Governor of New Jersey has sent a mes?
sage to the Legislature of that State arguing
against the ratification of the Fifteenth amend?
BEN ATOE COBBIN AND THE WORK
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW-J.
At the suggestion of Alderman Voigt, the
author or the bill before the Legislature ''To
rebuild the waste places or Cnarleston " which
was laid on the table in the Senate, I, as a dis
interested party, wrote to Senators Loslio and
B. H. Cain to induce them, if within tho raDge
of their power, to take that bill from the table
and have it passed.
What good it would have done to the com
Hvunity requires no great stretch of the imagi?
nation to coneeive. Two millions of dollars
poured into the lap of a suffering community I
Aud from spite against the Acting Board of
Aldermen, the Sett at o laid f ho bill on the table.
You understand that the measure is entirely
in favor of the working man. It gives him
bread, and now steps in Mr. Corbin and says :
?'He sh in't have lt; Mr. Pillsbury & Co. are
my clients, and the entire laboring population
of Charleston most stay their stom>ohs the
bas? w*y they oan till my client tako-i his seat."
My let'ers elicited the following reply fro m
Senator Cain : J. II. M.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 23,13G9.
Mr. James JU Afvrrison :
DEAS SIB-Yours of the 21st waa duly re?
ceived tins morning, and in my placu iu the
Senate 1 made inq Jry alter tb?1 bill you refer
to. I find that Air Corbin had t!ie hil post?
poned, or laid on the tabf-, and that at this
late date it will be impossible to have any ac?
tion taken on it at this lime. Mr. Corbin has
manifested a Bpirit of dtstogard for the poor
man, and all of his real inter?s'?, iu s.i:h a
manner, that I have como to n g .rd him au t be
en eur. ot the poor only BO far as ho can make
a good ihing ou? of them, lt was at uiu in?
stance that this b il was laid on the tibie, and
hence lo it. S > the school bill is iost bj his ad?
vice, aud < very other good measure .oohing to
the P' or>?c'n iuterest.
1 regret very much that many other mea,
ores, which ought to bav? been passed, have
failed to do SJ by reas m of tho persistence ot
partita is to c Try their Dot schemes through
the Legislature. I hope the time will c un;
when ?vu sh ill have men in our Legialatute
who will rt'ga-*d the interests ot tho poor u-a
tho 1? coring clashes. A revolution inusi b the
romedv, and until thal timo we must sufler
many wron s at their hands.
I have tho honor to bo,
With respect, yours,
R. H. CAIN.
THE D\ GEBS OF KEROSENE.- A kerosene
oitiamp exploded la-t Wcdno^ay cvcuiug ID
tho confectionery Btore ot Mr.*. tctuloj, in
Grand-street. New York, und so. u.c lo tho
carpeing. Cotu?derablo damage was caused
beioro tho flimes c >u:d extinguished, but
fortunately no pet son was injured.
FJtOX TSE STATE CAPITAL.
The Land Commissioner-Thc Mount
Pleasant Perry Company-Laid Over
I?LL4- .Miscellaneous Business.
[FROM OtTR OWN COBMSPONBENT.')
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 23.-To morrow be?
ing thc closing day of the session, scarcely any
other business will be transacted bat the rati'
fication of acts. No dofinite hour lias been fixed
upon for thc a^jenrnment. The day's Bes
sion may therefor continue to a late hour.
The proceedings in both houses to-day may
be very briefly summed up:
Is THE SENATE, a joint resolution to dissolve
the loard of special commissioners appointed
foi OCODCO County under an ordinance of tbe
Constitutional Convention, entitled "An ordi?
naux to divide Pickens County into election
and judicial districts," adopted on tho 24:h of
January, A. D. 1868, received its second read?
ing, was agreed to, and ordered to be ea
A bill to' provide for the appointment of a
land commissioner, and to define bis powers
and duties, received its third reading and
Toe bill was sent to the house, where it was
taken up and consumed almost the entire
morning session in the discussion of the
amendments. Thc bill is imeDded provides
that the appointent of a 1 nd commissioner
at a salary of two thousand dollars a year
shall be made by an advisory board consisti??
of the Governor, Attorney-General, Comptrol
ler-Generil, ?late Treasurer and Secretary of
State. Two bu idred thousand dollars of State
sL.ock is appropriated to the parchase ot lands,
which are to be sold in tracts of not lesa than
twenty acres, nor more than one hundred, ou
such terms us may be agreed upon by the ad vi
On the question of passing thc bill, changing
its title to that of an act and ordering it to be
enroll d, tho yeas and nays were taken and re?
sulted as iollows: ?eas 50, nays 15. Having
passed by the requisite two-thirds vote, the
title of the bill was changed to that of an act
and ordered lo bc enrolled.
Purvis, from the Committee on Incorpora?
ble: 8, reported on a bill to establish a company
under the name of the Mount Pleasant and
Sullivan's Island ferry Company.
The bill was laid over for a second reading,
which virtually postpones it to tho next
Tte following bills were laid over to the next
Bill to incorporate the South Carolina Plan?
A bill to provide for tho licensing of ped
A bill to incorporate the Noiseless Prietion
Engine Company of South Carolina.
A bill to amend an act to determine and p ?r
petnate the homestead.
A bill to ani9nd an act providing for the as?
sessment and taxation of property.
A bill to provide for the caro of the poor.
A bill to define contracta lor laborera and jr
A bill to authorize the employment of a rc
porter to take testimony in the Circuit Court.
A bill to define the rights of married women. |
A bill in relation to rates of freights on rai i
A bill to regulate tho manne r of selfing lands
at public sales.
The following billa received their third read
ing, titles changed to that of an act and order?
ed to be enrolled:
A bill to incorporate the Palmetto Fire and i
Marine Insurance Company.
A bill to renew and amend the chartor of ? ,
the Town of Chester.
A bill to incorporate the Town of Pickens.
A bill to incorpoaate tbe Homestead Build
ing and Planting Association, of South Caron?
A bill to regulate the manner of final dismis- ?
jal to executors, administrators, guardians f
>r coinmiltees. 1
A jill to recharter tho South Carolina Con- i
.a ooctiuu ui itu act io I ,]
.ppoint a Board ot Commiasionera for tho City a
if Charleston. a
A hill to ostablish certain ferries.
The cnachng clauses of the following bills
rere stricken out :
A bill to amend an act to organize the (
circuit Courts. p
A bill to invest Clerk's of Courts of Com- (
non fleas with certain powers and duties 8
?eretofore exercised and performed by Com
niasioners an 1 masters in Equity.
A bill to provide a place for holding the court
ji Barnwell County received its third reading,
pissed, its title changed to that cf an act, and
or iered to be enrolled.
The following received a second reading and
were ordered to be engrossed :
A bill to vest in Isaac G. Long the charter
of a water coarse through Kingston Lake and
Maple Sw.imo, in Horry County.
Joint re aol ut ion to authorize the Governor of
the State *o fill vacancies in the State Board ot
Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of
State to parchase for dis tribu don and exchange
certain State reporta.
On motion of Rain ey, a bill to incorporate
the Ashley Bridge Company was postpone 1 to
the next regular session of the General As- | (
The report of the Committee ou Printing,
on concurrent resolution authorizing the Stato
printer to furnish the Secretary of State with
five hundred additional copies of acts, ?rc, waa
agreed to, the resolution read, concurred in,
and ordered to be returned to tb j House o | j
A joint resolution authorizing County Cr -
missioners of Ooon e County to sell thc inter?
est of the State in theKeowee and Tnckaseegee
Turnpike Road, was read a third time, passed,
tn . ordered to be enrolled.
Also a joint r?solu ?ion to appoint a commit?
tee ut investigation for the Third Congres?
sional Diam I.
Also a bill to recharter Broxton's Ferry over
thc Great Salkchatcbie River.
Alsoub'llto extend the time in which th)
Cam.len Bridge- Company may rebuild their
A massage was received from the Governor
anuou..cing the signing of the following acts :
lot. An act to make appropriations and
raise suoplics tor the year commencing Octo?
2 J. Au aot to provide for an election to fill
cenaiu vacancies in county offices.
3d. Au aot to repeal an act ontitled "An
act to prevent pen ons holding certain offices
ot emolument from leaving the State."
4tb. An act to amend an act entitled "An
act to regulate the manner of drawing ju?
5th. An act to amend an act entitled "An
act to define the jurisdiction and roguiate tho
practice of Probato Courts."
6th. An act to repeal Section 8 of an aot to
alter tho act entitled "An act to amend the
7th. An act to define the duties of State Re?
porter, and to provide for tho publia u ion of
the Supreme Court reports.
8 h. An act to provide for the conversion of
9th. Au act to alter and amend the charter ot
tho Town of Greenville, and for other purpo?
10th. Joint resolution toauthcrizo and direct
the Ccmptroller-Gi?ueral of the state to oro
vide and furnish offices for officers of thu Exe?
Rainoy, ot th9 S?cate, and Bosemon and
Crews, ot the Hor.se.wcre appointed a commit?
tee under tho resolution to destroy o d bank
bills, it<\, m tho Treasurer's office, for which
State bonds were issued.
The Last Day of the Se?slon-What has
he n Oone and I.eft Undone by the
General assembly-r.icitcm nt and
Tearing of Hair at the ."News of thc
Mandamus Decision-What was said
about Judge Carpenter.
COLC.JBIA, S. C., Marci 21.-The General
Assembly. Rfter a todious scsssioa ot fully four
mouths, adjourned to-day sine die. Tho clos?
ing scones, with the exception perhaps of tho
speeches delivered on the occasion, wera mark?
ed by no incidents of an unusual car?cter. A
pr vat many of tho members had already left
for their h -mes, leaving litt Io moro tuon a
quorum to transact the remaining busiucjs of
tho session. As will be seen by tho lists I
senil herewith, ono hundred und twouu-li-o
act? and j >int .^solution* h .vo been eructed at
tho present cession, ratified and approved uv
the Govornoi. A number ol'the n ..rn ot tho
mos: important nature. Between fif.y auu
sixty bills were continued to thc uoxt BCSS?OU,
but none, perhaps, unles3 it bs the Edu
bill and a bill to provide for tho caro
poor, from the postponement of whic
public at large will experience any s
Some excitement waa occasioned just
adjournment by a dispatch received
Charleston that Judge Carpenter had gi
decision againat the Pillabury party.
Judge waa denounced on all sides as a tr
and the opinion generally expressed tl
never waa a Republican. Threats were
that at the next session of the General Ai
bly the charter or tho City ot Charleston i
be legislated out or existence. On the
hand, Cain, of the Senate, and DeLari
the House, exhibited the most serene
faction, saying they knew it could not
been otherwise, and that tho Validating
turned out just as they predicted-a s
failure. The Governor is now appealed
take the matter in hand.
TUE WORE OF TUE LEGISLATE
Mat of the Acts passed by the Gen
Assembly of South Cu roll nu, at
Ssesl^i Knding March !?4, 18G9.
The following is a full and correct list o
aws passed by the General Assembly, du
the session which has jost closed :
An act accepting the donation of lands tc
State of South Carolina, fer agricultural
An act to renew the charter of thc Can:
[ndeperdent Fire Engine Company.
An act to provide for tho payment of the
of sheriffs for dieting persons confined in
An aci to make appropriation for tho ]
neut of the per diem and mileage of tho m
je a of the General Aasembly, and the sala
of the subordinate officers, and other expel
An act to amend an act entitled " An ac
orovide for the temporary organization of
Educational Department of tno Seato."
An act to alter and amend the criminal la
An act to incorporate tho Lake Swamp Ni
?ation Company of Horry County.
An act to renew the charter of the fe
icrosa tho Great Peedee River, known as
Au act to incorporate the South Carol
An act to incorporate the Home Iosurai
Company of Charleston.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act
organize the Circuit Courts."
An act to confirm and declaro valid the
?ent election of Mayor and Aldermen of 1
ri ty of Charleston.
An act tJ incorporate the Columbia Buildi
ind Loan A&sociatieu.
An act to change the location of the oom
leat of Barnwell County from Barnwell Con
louse to Blackville.
An act to enable the Savannah and Charl
on Railroad Company to complete their roai
An act to ratify, confirm and amend t
?barter of thc Charleston, South Carolir,
timing and Manufacturing Company.
An act to pr?vido for the consolidation oft
itatuto laws of tho State ot South Cantina,
Au act to alter and amend an act ootitl
'An act to alter and amend tho charter of tl
Siug'a Mountain Railroad Company," pass
An act to enable tho banks of the State
en cw business or to place them in liquid
A joint resolution to pr?vido for tho fit tit
ip of certain portions of the State House.
A joint resolution relieving J. M. Wilder, la
Iheriff of sumter County, of a penalty of fi'
ter cent, per month upon executions not n
urned by him.
Joint res lution for tho relief of Mrs. Mai
i. C. Hobbs.
rer to pay tho chairman ot llo?relo! connan
ioners of Elections appointed by Constitutioi
1 Convention $329.
An act to protect laborers and persons worl
ag under contract on shares or crops.
An act to authorize fie consolidation of th
lharlotto and South Carolina Railroad Cou
iany and tho Columbia and Augusta Raiiroa
lompauy, and to amend tho charter of th
Au act to amend an act entitled "An a:t t
Aa act to provide for the enumeration of th
nlm bitan ts of the State.
An act to amend the charter of the Sulphuri
Leid an i Superphosphate Company.
An act to incorporate tho Longshoremen
Proloctivo Union Association of Charleston.
Joint resolution to provide for tho publier
jon of the acts, reports, resolutions and joni
?als of the General Assembly.
An act to incorporate the Mission Prcsbj
?r?an Church of the City of Charleston, Sout
An a? to empower the Judges of the Circu?
Court to grant relief in caoes of erronoou
udgmoata obtained darin : the existence c
.ho pr (visional government of South Carolina
An act to organize and govern tho mihtia c
.he Sta e of oouth Carolina.
Joint resoluion authorizing tho Governor ti
purchase two thousand mauds ot arma of th
noet approved pattern, with the usual comple
neut of ammunition.
Joint resolution ratifying the Fitteentl
imendment to tho Constitution of the Uuitei
States ot America.
An act to incorporate the South Carolina im
provenient and Trust Company.
An act to provide for the couvoraioo of Stat?
An act to alter and amend tbe char'er of th?
Town of Greenville, and for other purposes.
Joint resolution to authorize and direct thi
Comptrollor-Goneral of the State to providi
md furnish offices Tor officers of the Executive
An ac. to incorporate the various boards o
trustees of tho Methodist Epi8copal Church it
An act to renew and amend thc charter o
the Town of Cheater.
An act to altor and amend an act earitled
"Au act to incorp?ralo th? Town of Marion
and for other putpneea theran mentioned."
Au act to facil?talo tbe settlomont of the
affairs of tho Bank of tho Stato of South Caro
An act to authorize D. C. Wilson & Co. tc
build a dock and collect wharfage in tho IOWE
An act to determine the value of contracts
made in Confederate States notes er thou
Au act to authorize the financial ageut of thc
Stat -, in the City of New York, to pledge State
bonds as collateral security, and for other pur?
An act to amond an art entitlod "An act to
fix tho salary and regulate the pay of certain
An act to incorporate the Wateroe and North
Carolina Railroad Company.
Au act to alter and amend an act entitlod
'An act to incorporate the Village of Kings
An act to incorporate tho Homestead Build?
ing, Planting and Loa . Association of South
*u act to incorporate tho Palmetto Fire ind
Marine Insurance Coin na iy.
An act to pr?vido lor tho appointment of a
Laud Commissioner, and to define his powers
An act ta provide for the placo of holding
court in Barnwell County.
Au act to prevent and punish duelling.
An act to charier B - >x en's Ferry, ?croas the
Gr at S iltkehatehie River.
An act to incorporate tho South Carolina
Central lt ii.road company.
An act to ame nd au aci. entitled, "Au act to
elefiuo tho jaiihdiction and dutios of County
Au act to extend the time in which tho Cam?
den .Bridge Company may rouiird'.hoir bridge.
An act lo establish certain terrica.
An act to reen! to tho manner of granting a
final dismissal to executor i, adtniuiatraturs.
trusi?n:.', guardia .s or eon m.tlc H.
An ant to iueoivora!3Hie town of Pick1 ns.
A i act io vesi in Isa c G. L i. g the charter
of t wa er courso through Iv?i>g?-ion Lake and
51 plo awain.), in 1 lorry County.
An act to repeal tho tenth section of an act
entitled " An ad to appoint a i'oaid ul l?oiu
miHBioncrs of th? City of Charleston with
I, ?wer and authority to dreluru in what casos
ibo streets, lanes and al ev* s >all -e wide i.-J,
and lo provide f >r carrying in o > xeeiin- n the
objects ot auld bo rd, uni lor oiiier puipvac*
th It'lU lllfiili'MH ll "
Jo.nt reeolniion to appoint a coramithro of
itivoati.gattoii lor tho Tumi Congressional Dig?
iri?. . .
Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary
of State to parchase thirty-sight copies of
Richardaon'a Reports, &c.
Joint resolution to authorize the Governor
of tho State to AU the vacancies in the State
Board o t Equalization.
Joint resolution toajthoriz9 the Secretary of
State to purchase for distribution certain State
Joint resolution authorizing the County
Commissioners of Oconee County to sell the
interest of tho State in the Eeowee and Tucka
8eegeo Turnpike Road.
Joint resolut qo authorizing the State Treas?
urer to apoortion to the several counties, the
appropriation of tweu y-five tho usa d doll irs
authorized in General OrJers No. 139, of De?
cember 3,1867, headquarters Second Military
District, for the support of free schools, the
same to be paid over to the respective Countv
Treasurers in order to pay teachers.
Joint resolution to dissolve the Board of
Special Commissioners appointed tor Oconee
Comity under an ordin ince entitled "An ordi?
nance to divido Bickens District into two elec?
tion and judi rial districts," adopted the 24th
day of January, A. D. 1868.
An act to pron ie assistance for the transient
sick poor ia tho various cities and towns of the
An act to facilitate the drawing of jurors in
An act to authorize R. S. and IL R. Bennett,
of Beaufort County, to collect wharfage.
Joint resolut ion authorizing the State Trea?
surer to pay to Dr. Alfred Raoul three hundred
and fifteen dollars for services rendered as phy?
sician to Charleston Jail, and tor medicines
An act to punish sheriffs and other officers
for violating tho homestead.
An act to establish n State Orphan Asvlum.
An act to renew the charter of Pendleton"
Village, in the County of Anderson.
Joint resolution ebree,lng the State Treasurer
to oay S. L. L laphart one hundred and eighty
four dollurs and ninety-three cents for extra
services as Comptroller-Ganeral during the
months of July and August
Joint resolution authorizing the Governor to
employ an armed force for ihe preservation of
An act to alter and amend an ac' entitled
"An act to authorize tho sale of the Columbia
An act to incorporate the Aiken Sanitary As?
An act to regulate and provide for thc pay of
Commissioners and Managers of Elections.
An act to re-enact ce:tain acts lending the
name and credit of the 8tate to tho Greenville
and Columbia Railroad Company, and to vali?
date the action of said company thereunder.
An act to enforce the provisious of thc Civil
Rights bill of Ibo United States Congress.
An ace to authorize the building of a bridge
to connect tho islands of Wadmalaw and
An act to incorporate the Wilson's Bridge
An act to incorporate certain fire engine
Joint resolution relieving E. W. Oliver, late
Sheriff or Fairfield Countv, of penalty ot five
per cent, per month upon executions not re?
turned by him.
An a:t to incorporate the Citizen's Savings
Bank of South Carolina.
An act to incorporate tho Ashley Fire En?
gine Company, of Charleston, South Carolina.
An net to authorize a loin for the relier of
Au act to incorporate certain Fire Engine
Companies of Charleston, South Carolina.
An act to incorporate the Calvary Baptist
Church of tho City ot Charleston.
An act to incorporate tho Amateur Literary
and Fraternal Association of Charle-ton.
An act to incorporate tho Union Siar Fire
Engine Company as a part of tho Fire Depart?
ment of tho City of Charleston.
Au act to incorporate the Rocky River Bap?
tist Church, in tho County of Anderson.
An act to regulato the practice of medicine
in this State.
An act to amend an act entitled "An net to
caso thc Slato Road running from the County
S?rth Cn oil na.
An act to incorporo to the Sumter Firo En?
rico Company os a part of the fire department
if Ihn Town of Sum.er.
An uct to incorporate thc Vaucluse Manufac
unng Company, in the State of South Caro?
Au act lo incorporate tho Home Insurance
L'ompany of Charleston.
An act to rouow tho charter of the Charles?
ton Auciont Artillery Society.
An act to renew tho charter of the Feiry
icross the Savannah River, knowu as Stony
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to
ostablisb. quarantine at Gcor etown, Charles?
ton aud Hilton Head."
An aet to regulate tho agencies of insurance
com paiiieo not incorporated in the State of
An act to prescribe certain r des to bo ob
Bervod in the government of ferries and bridges
pri ileged to charge tolls.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to
regulato the manner of keeping and disburs?
ing funds by certain officers.-'
An act to incorporate the Carmel Church in
Joint resolution instructing the State Trea?
surer to pay B. H. Rice & Co. in United Statee
An act to renew the charter of the Charles?
ton Bible Society.
An act to establish the hen of magistrates'
An act to establish a public ferry in York
Au act to incorporate oertain societies in the
City of Charleston.
Au act to provide a lien on buildings and
lands to parties furnishing labor and materials
An act to authorize Svlvanua Mayo to build
a dock and collect wharfage in the Town of
An act to provide for the collection of wharf?
age at Hiltou Hoad.
An act to renew tho charter of a ferry across
the Congaroe River.
A joint resolution authorizing the Governor
to cause suit to be instituted against the Lau?
rens Railroad company, o protect the in er
eats of tho 8tate.
An act to establish a lnztretto or quarantine
hospital in tho haroor of Charleston.
An act to establish a ferry between Hilton
Head island and the maia land m beaufort
An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to
prevent persons holding certain offices of oaol
u m ont from leaving tho State."
An act to amend an act entitled "An act
to regulate thc nun uer of drawing jurors."
Au act to amend au act entitled "Au act to
define tho jurisdiction and regulate the prac?
tice ot Probate Couria."
An act to tl-fine thu duties of State Report?
er, apd to pr?vido lor tho publication or the
Supremo Court t epons.
An act to make appropriations and raise sup?
plies tor the year commencing in October,
Au act to provide for nn election to fill cer?
tain vacancies in county offices.
Au ace to repeal HCCUOU t ight of an act to
alter the act etilulod "Au acl to amend the
An act tu incorporate inc Dorn Mining and
Matiufaciuring Company of Soulu Carolina, for
mining and for oilier pur.?iv-H.
-Lopez, of Para/nay, is indefatigable He
turua np Kith a devoted army ot lour thousand
men in the interior, as nady to hurl defiance
st ul? encunes aa ever By (leay ns their MIC
C08M he distracts them. l'on Argent inn Re?
public camiO'. be ex-n oted aiw-iys I > bj swayed
by Uracil, und ?ti luci t" bj i bo cat's-paw wi its
designs. Ibo longer t'araguay hu.ds uut, tho
riper grove ilw dw-ifficin i iu that ituuublio.
Dod Pedro ncvi-r clRuisiied a design to maka
au equal thing nf the triumph which he
t!iou4..t btmaoli: ii m of. His currone, so far
as he has venture.; tu RUiioui?ee ii, lias be.-n .u
excrmtuau uvery vestige of Paraguayan in
dop mdeticc to itelndo his allies with nllo pro?
mises o? a j ?nt adva.it igi lil tho division ul
Paraguayan t?-rriu?ry. a id to suizo -he control,
in tho nain : <>f Brazil ofiheLn Piata audits
THE VAUCLUSE MANUFACTURING
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
It is greatly to the interest of this State that
well managed manufacturing establishments
should bo sustained. 'Every failure is a draw?
back upon others; every success invites ad?
ditional capital and energy. It is on this ac?
count that with many otbora I look with great
interest upon the attempt to put up another
anda larger mill at the site of the long known
Vaucluse Mills in Edgefield District. It was
I doubtless owing, in part, to the connection of
the late lamented Wm. Gregg with that fac?
tory that the Graniteville Factory, four miles
below it, upjn Horse Creek, was ao successfully
established. luis was the pride of its public
spirited founder. To it he devoted the ener?
gies ol his later days. And it stands to-day the
evidence that at the South as well as oise where
cotton manufacturing may bo made successful.
A'though its success has been various at various
times, yet taking it throughout it bas well paid
i ls stockholders. Since the close of the war that
8ucce83 has depended to a great degree upon
Mr. J. J. Gregg, the son of its founder, und
the gentleman who ia now aeeking to establish
the Vaucluse Factory. During the liielimo of
his father ho became its superintendent. The
machinery, which had been recentlv intro?
duced, was of English make: it was confidently
prjdicted that it would fail, and Mr. Gregg
was censured hy some that ho had not bougnt
machinery at the North. That prediction
might have been verified had not the mill been
placed uoder the charge of tho son, who, by
his skill and earnest co-operation with 'his
father, solved all the difficulties presented by
the new machinery, and placed it in effective
At the time that machinery was placed in
thc mill William Gresg, Sr., spoke most en?
thusiastically of the certainty that it would
make on hundred and twenty "thousand yards
of cloth per week. Shortly after the difficulties
hud been adj us; ed, Mr. James Gregg said that ,
be would bring the amount up to one hundred t
and forty thous md yards. Not only did he do
this, but he has gone on increasing the produc?
tion, until the mill now turns out over one
hundred and seventy-five thousand yarda each
week. He has thus shown that the period of
preparation in the mill at Graniteville, and his
subsequent study of cotton manufactures at
the North and in Europe, baa made bim one of 1
the best informed manufacturera in the <
country, de certainly lias no superior, and i
not a single rival in the South. ,
These facts give great confidence of success
in his new enterprise. I have no question
tb ?t thc mill he will put up will be the best,
though not the largest, in the South. It will
be put up at a low rate compared with thc
usual cost of such a mill. It. will bo well con
s tm Hod. The machinery will be the best '
adapted for the parp?se. Mr. Gregg's past 1
experience is a guarantee* of these things. It i
will givo a now impetus to manufacturing in
this State, by which we may hope soon to see
its water power, so abundant yet BO little known
and used, driving thousands of spindles, fur
nisi ing support to a largo population, and con- i
centratmg an amount ol wealth and enter?
prise which now can hardly be imagined.
lt becomes the citizens of the State, there?
fore, to take an active hold upon this enter?
prise, luto what eau our plantera botter put i
their surplus funds, tho safo investment of .
winch is lo so many of them ao great a puzzle ?
In what way can any citizen do more tor tho '
general interest of thc State ? <
I understand that Mr. Grogg can secure
one-h li of his capital in Baltimore and at tho
Nortu. Surely the remainder eau bc obtained
in thia State and Georgia. Would it not, in- 1
deed, bc well to secure as much of it from our 1
own people ca possible ? Why let others reap j
tho prouts and car-y the spoils from this ?
?tate ? But a few days since one of toe
shrewdest business men in this State spok* to
rue, offing stochjm^of sucbi. va[u.Jhat i^ wpuld. J
operation if it could njt be hold longor. This
?entltman evidently thought it would be worth
much more titan par aa soon as the efficient
working of the factory should be seen. A
paper mill with sufficient capital ought to pay
irotn ton to tv enty-fivo per cent., according to
the price of cotton and gooda. The Granite
villo company has boen making about eighteen
per cent, during tbo last two years, although
by no means favorable ones. The Augusta
mills, I think, havo been paying twenty per
cent. The latter baa a large surplus capital,
and can pay out all of its profits. The former
is accumulating capital, and hence only declares
dividends from a portion ot its earnings.
Taking the success of these mills as proof
of one of which Mr. J. J. Gregg has been the
superintendent, we are surely warranted in
expecting the Vaucluse mill to be quito a profit?
A DiBECTon OF THE GBANITEVILLE COMPANY.
Spf fi al Wieta.
TIBER, having been restored to health In a lew
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
eeveral years with a severe lung affection, ?nd tbat
dread disease CooenzLO'ion, is anxious to make
known to blt fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will semi a copy of the pre?
scription u-ed (free of charge), with the direotions
for preparing and using the same, whioh they will
find a sure cure tor Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi?
tes, ic. The object of the advertiser in sending the
prescription is to benefit tho afflicted, and spread in?
formation which be conceives to be invaluable; and
he hopes every sufferer will Iry his remedy, as it will
cost tbem nothing and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tho prescription will please ad?
dress KW. I-DWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Eiugs County, New York.
February 3 3mos
?S3- ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTLE?
MAN who Huffcrcd for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and al] tbe effects ot you hf ul in?
discretion, will, for the sake of sufferine humanity,
send free to all who ueed it, tbo receipt and Unc?
tions tor making the simple remedy by which bo was
cured. Sufferers wishing to pro&t by tho advertis?
er's experience, can do so by addressing, m portee t
onfldence, JOHN B.OUDKN.
No. 42 Cedar-street, New York.
?-J. 8. MARUN (LATE GRUBER &
MARTIN), will be pleaded to see his friends and cus?
tomers at WM S. CORWIN ii CO., No. 275 King,
street between Wontwortb and Bcaufain._
W1THOU l'A GOOD D1GES HON.-ALL
other temporal blessings aro comparatively worth?
less. Uhe dyspeptic mllhoniilre who has tried all
tho potions ot tho niodioil profusion In vain,
and belk-vos his complaint to bf incurable, would
give half bia fortune to bo treed trom tho horrors of
indUtcniiou, and thus ouable i to enjoy thc other
haf Of eoureohe would.
Porbaps HO . IE Ti 1?K'3 STOMACH BITTERS
h.. s uecQ recommended to such a sufferer. PosdDly
In- bas iuriK-d from tue friend who made the ans
gestion with a sneer, int:m tting th it no bas no taith
tn any "J.J?!eut tr edinue " If this bas boco th*
ras>>. s ' inuca tho w r.-e for him. Hi i i ere 'ulity
do uns him to u lifo of inisory. All the luxuri?s
which weaith eau purohise are ut his comma id.
N t one ot thom can givo bim pleasure. His owu
ltraiiutial . bstiuacy is bis bane.
.Ihr nus.--? ha .pt y for ibetusilvss, aro loss
slicpti al lhere is uch u lb nj as bigoted unbe?
lief, us well a.-? big.i.od credulity, aud a K'OIJO.I mean
bi tween thc two, w. kb rnou and ?i meu wuc aro
gltt-d wuh coaimm acuso a i<pt and prout by.
XttttO arc the class tajl pilronizo and rocommond
HO'T.Tf?ItS BI ri EUS Wuy do tb-y app ove
this laumus ami-dy peptic and unti-bi io.n propara
non? Sim >lrbecause they have uut bc n too mu.h
thc siavc o? ?ensote** prejudice to give it a ta r trial,
aud have found tba: wli?n -ll other tonics cumulan ls
audwa hic-f dio I. i produced ,b de ieJeffjct.
?.Strike,hat huir," said tho Komm sa^c, when
bis nrooran enemies were assailing bi n "Duujt,
au' ny." says Hie mau who baa i? en cured of indi?
gestion, cr b: lonsuers. o-- intermit ent lover, by the
?sitters, as h- r,'!a:e- his exucrii-ncr- o.' ttie medicine
lu bi- iusulid friend Whoovor is so we Ided to his
own iorog me Uieonliesl i>-> .olustoa*, as to dccliue
to tes; thc i ro, u.-iie* of i mc tl ld ne endorsed by the
.c Simony ot intelligent mou iu cv.-ry walk of lite,
ai:J approved by tho jv opio at larje, de^erv. s io
buffer. G wc March 20
83" The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of Mrs. ELIZA TENNENT, and cf Mr. and
Mrs. WM. TENNENT, are invited to attend Funeral
Services of latter at Glebe-street Church, at half,
past Three o'clock THIS AFITEBNOON.
March 26_ * .
49" The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of Mi. and Mrs. J. E. ALDEBT, Mr. and
Mrs. J. w. LINLEY, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F0BBE8T
GOWAN, are respectfully invited to attend tbe Fun?
eral Services of the latter, THIS DAT, at St John's
Chapel, at half-past Twelve o'clock P. M., immediate?
ly after morning service. * March 20
TiP?T??A at H?"tcf s Point, Long m.
and. March 22, 1869, ELTZ ABEIH ANN KECKELEY
wife of THOMAS J. WHABTON, and daughter of Dr'
EDWABD C. KEOKELET.
'Ilsfli ishedl the conflict is past;
Ihp heaven-born spirit is fled ;
Her wish is accomplished at last.
And now she's entombed wi:h the dead.
Her months of affliction are o'er,
The days and nights of distress;
We see her m anguish no more
She's gained ber happy release.
Her sonl has now taken its flight
To mansions of ?lory above.
To mingle with angels of light.
And dwell in the kingdom of love.
How blest 1? our Lizzie, bereft
Of all that could burden ber mind I
How easy the soul that bath left
This wearisome body bebind I
Thon let us forbeir to complain
That she is now gone from our sight ;
We soon shall behold her again
Witb new and redoubled delight.
DAVAN L-Departed this Ute, at Gillison ville, on
the 17tb instant, Mr. JOHN LO YE ti DAV ANT, in
tho sixty-sixth year of als age.
"He sleeps in Jesus.
JO-OONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON', from New York, are notified that
die is discharging cargo at Adger'a Wharf. Goods
remaining on the wharf at sunset will be stored
it owners' risk and expense.
JAMES ADGEB k CO.,
March 26_1 Agents.
49" CONSIGNEES PEU STEA.M8HIP SEA
3ULL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified that she
is THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier No. 1, Union
?Yharves. All Goods not taken away at sunset, will
remain on wharf at Consignees' risk.
MORDECAI k CO.,
?-NOTICE-I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE
that I will not be responsible for any debts contract
id by tba crew of the British Steamship CAMILLA.
March 26 1_HENRY PEACE, Master.
49* ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING
che Children ofPATSEY HENDERSON, formerly
belonging to General Stevens' family, of Martins
aurg, BerkpJoy County, Va., will bo thankfully re?
lived by MARTHA WABNEB, Summerville, 8. C.
March 26 nao 1*
jaa-UNDl-R AUTHORITY GRANTED ME
is Commissioner by Ibo Legislature of South Caro
Ina, the booka are hereby opened THIS DAT, atibe
Dank lng House of the South Carolin a Loan and Trust
Company, (the Southwestern Railroad Bank), for
Subscription to the Capital Stock of tho VAUCLUSE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY-thc whole amount
March IS mwflO Commissioner.
?S- OFFICE CHELESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, CHARLESTON, S. C., MARCH 24,
ISrtB.-A DIVID ND OF FIFTY CENTS PEB
SHARE on tho Capital Stock of this Company hav?
ing been . eclared by the Directors the same will be
paid o t .ntl oftor MONDAY, 6th proximo.
The . of KS OF TRANSFER will be closed from
thlsd p io 6th proximo. W. J. HERIOT,
March 21 Secretary and Treasurer.
49" CHANGE OF DAY-THE STEAMER
CITY POINT, Captain GEO nos E. MCMILLAN, will
hereafter sail tram Charleston for Savannah and tbe
Florida port?, JU FRIDAY b VENINO, instead ol SAT?
URDAY, as heretofore. J. D. ATHEN k 00.,
Charleston, March 22d, 1869. Agents.
?"HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The Annual Pabilo Examination of this School will
commence on MONDAY, 29th instant, at Nine o'clock
A. M. Paionts ami Guardians of pupils and the pub?
lic generally are respectfully invited to attend.
W. B. KINO M AN, A. M.,
HST THE CELEBRATED W. S. C. CLUB
HOUSE GIN, pure, soft and unequalled-W. S. COR?
WIN k CO., hole Agents. Medical mon of the high?
est standing acknowledge that Gin, in i's pure state,
has great medical properties. We therefore place
the CLUB HOU*E GIN belore the publio with the
greatest confidence, and more particularly to those
who use it medi< inally, aa an article that inly re?
quires to be known to be properly appreciated.
49* $1 90 per bottle. $16 per case.
49"IN THE COMMON PLEAS, CHARLES?
TON COUNIY-FlttST CIRCUIT_It ia ordered,
that a Special Session of thc Court of Common Pleas
for the First 0 rc'iit ebal be held at Charleston, on
MONDAY, tho twenty-ninth day of Marob instant;
and that toe Clerk of tho Court shall caute the time
and pla e f jr holding the aame to be notified for two
week a HUG OJ ai val y in one or more oi the newspapers
published tu the City of Charlot ton.
(Slimed) B. B. CARPENTER.
Maren ll. 1369.
A true copy. A. C. RICHMOND,
49-ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN-ON TBE
Errors and a buses incident to Youth and Early Man?
hood. With tho humane viow of treatment and cure,
sent by mail free ot charge. Address BOWABD
Afi-OfilA I ION, Vox P, Philadelphia, Pa.
49- ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
cstabnsbmeu ot WM 8. CORWIN k CO , No. 276
King-street, between Wentworth and Beaufain, are
ot the Fl UVT QU ALKY. They sell nogoods but wbut
can bo warrante! as PUBE AND GENUINE. Thisie
itu .--tab LHIn d fact.
???VE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from lhe Moyuuo Districts ol Ohlna "he choicest
chops of GREE S AND BLACK TEAS of new : casona,
whicii are unrivalled for their strength and delicacy
flavor. We warrant our rh AS to be pu e and u??
ad taunted, and .o ui-o gouural aatisfacri m. Aa we
ore. oaatant'y la receipt of largo carwa of Teas, we
are enabled to oiler to me public tho finest chopB at
ui.rico'hal many Ooah-rs offer inferior Tea al. A
trial and comuanaoa will at once prove ibsassir
Hun uud it july remains for the publie to jud^e of
themselves. WM. 8. COBWIN k co.,
No. 275 Kin -s rcot
~49-THETX?'ENT TO WHICH I ME ADUL
TKBAIION ol Liquors is earned on io this coon
irv m J ko? lt 'be duiy of the purchaser to luve-Mi
pale thc merits of the article offered for sale. It ls a
wei' kiiowu fact that uiuuy of the Braudies. Wines,
fcc, arc manulaoturoJ from /raneu Extract*, Essen?
tial Oils auJ xlcj-iol, which is poisonous, thereby
causing tnauy inju iona effects.
I he puu..c is justly suspicious of nearly every
Urn:; put up to1 ta.c uudor thu name of Liquors, aud
the ir ul? ha? beeu brought into disrepu:e and In
order to in<ur-> to tnose who desire a Pure Article, lt
ls only necessary for us to tay that we Import Direct
all brandies, Wines and flu?, and warrant them per
feo ly pure an o.i-dn tin im iorie-L
All Hold d liqinrs bearinr? the libel* of W. S\
CORWIN k CO., can ho relied upon as be'nr pur-.
49-Piirehascrs hUonl-i mice ?hit thc l'a er t'a,)
over t^c .-ork ia uo; nr.jioo. We Pi? for Bottles H ut
b ive our labels on, Ono Dollar per tlozea, wLcu rc
EXCURSION TO FORT SUM TER,
BATTERY WAGNER, M ORR l-l ISLAND, ABD
OTHER POINTS OP INTEREST IN THB
? aaJglfc. THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
?BSSsslasaw Captain J, G. KUHLEV, will Ic?reas
above on SATURDAY AFTEBNOON, Marca 27, at 4
o'clock, from Market Wharf, foot of Market-street,
and return at franset 1
Fare, Round Trip, SI 00. .
J. H. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
EXCURSIONS AROUND TUB HARBOR,
THE FINE, FAST 8 AILI NO AND OOJ*.
"FORTABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
i will resume her trips to historie points la.
?the harbor, and will leave Government
Wharf daily at Ten A. M. and Three P. M.
For Passage apply to THOMAS YOUNG, ?
December 18 Captain, on board, rl
THE NEW At AMERICAN CLIPPEB
^bark HARRIET F. HUSSEY, UmsHu.
fter, having one-half cargo engaged and
.going on board, wi I be quickly despatched.
For balance freight engagements, apply to
Mai ch 26 tmw WILLIAM ROACH ar 00.
FOR BOSTON-DESPATCH LINE. :;
FIRST VESSBL-ONLY REGULAS LLNM?
s THE FIRST-CLASS SCHOONER B. N.
HAWKINS, WVATT Master, wants 150 to aCO
?balee Cotton and light frekht to all np ?nd
March 23 WILLIAM ROAOH k CO.'
FOR SEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE EVERY TSUB8DAT,
PASSAGE REDUCED TO !ftS.
THE STEAMSHIP 8 ARA GOSSA.
! Captain C. RYDER will leave Vander.
"horst's Wbart on THUBSDAT, April
_.1st, 1869. at half-past 9 o'clock A. M,
March 26_RAYr.NEt, & co.. Agents.
FOR NEW Yu UK.. rlj
TBE SPLENDID SITE-WHEEL,
('8TEAMSH1P CHAMPION, aVW7
LOCKWOOD Commander, will sall
? from A dger'a Whait on SAXUBDAY.
the 27th inst,, at 4 o'clock P. M.
A3" Through Bills of Lading to Providence and
Boston at reasonable rates.
JS3~ No Bills of Lading signed aft or Balling of th?
MS* Insurance can be obtained at % per cent j
MS* An rxtra Charge of SS made to passenger*
purchasing Tickets on board after sailing ol the
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGER k CO.,
Corner Adeems Wharf and East Bay (Up-stairs),'
MS* CH AHLEM I ON follows OD TUESDAY, the 80th
Inst, at 8 o'clock A. M. ths2_March 25
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
THE FIBMT CLASS IRON SCREW
' Steamship CAMILLA, Hmo*
'PXAOK Commander, is now ready
to receive Freight for the above port
to sail on or about lOtb or April.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE k CO.,
SS- Risks taken by thia vessel at three-quarters
(30 per coot._March 2C
TR A V KL.KRS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROO TE TO FLORIDA, AIKEN
And other places, should not fal
to lay in their supplies of PBOfTB
ION8, CLARE'19, CHAMPAGNES,
CORDIALS, BRANDIES, WHJfi
KIES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, SOUPS, Ac
Pates of Wild Game, Deviled Entremeta, Han?,
T?rke-, Lobster, eta, for Ltmcheoas, Sandwiches,
Travelers' Repast, Ac
SySend for a catalogue.
WM. 8 CORWIN k 00.,
-Sh SSS Kima /
Branch of "No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON?
THE FIB5.T-OA8S 8 T EA M EB
_? DICTATOR, Captain WM. T. MoNax
TT, will sall from Charleston ever: 1 ueriay Evening,
at Eight o'clock, tor the above points.
The first-class Steamer CITY POINT, Captain Gu.
F. MCMILLAN wdl tail from Charleston every Fri
day Eornmg, ii Eli?ht o'clock, for aoove points.
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savannah
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tue Florida
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at which
point steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola. Key West and H < vana.
Through Bills Lading given for Freight to Mobile,
Pensacola and New Orleans.
Connecting urila H. S. Hart'* it'am-rs OdawcXa
and Griffin for Silver Spring* and Lakee Griffin, Em?
in, Harri* and Durham.
All freight oayable on the wharf.
Goods not removed at sunset will be stored at ria
and expense of owners.
For Freight or Passage engagemot t, apply tc
J. D. AIKEN k CU., Agents,
South Atlantic Wharf,
N. B.-No extra charge for Meals and Staterooms,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP IPI
THBOOGH LIN u TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS!
MlKAAltEb OF IRA ABOVE
f?j> line leave Pier No. 42, North River, '
foot of Canal-street, New York; at
12 o'clock noon, of the lat, 11th and
21st of every month texcept when these dates fall
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of 1st and -'1st connect at Panama with
steamers tor rfontb Pantie and Central BJSedSSsl
ports. Those ot lsi touch at MansanlUo.
Departure of lltb ot each month connects wita
the new steam Une from Panama to Australia and
Steamship J PA" learea Ban Fr ai cisco for China
and Japan M .y 4. 186S.
> o Cantonna steamers touch at Havana, bat go
direct from Ne ? xe-ra to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult,
Medicine audatteudanci- tree
For PB-?M?/B lekots or further Information appJf
at the COMPANYS TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf, .
toot o- canal-street, Not th River, New York.
Maren 12_Ivr_F. R. PABY, Agent.
PUK Gb.O'tGLO.1 OWN, S. C.,
AND LANDING-? ON THE PEEDEE RIVER.
IHK STEAMER EMILIE, CAPT.
_I ISAAO l 'AVIS will receive Freight THIS
DAT at south Commercial Wbarr, and leave aa
above To- .toaaow (saturday) MOBHWO, 27th in?
sume, at 6 o'clock
Returning, will leave Georgetown on FBTDAY
Ho BM NO, tue 2d April.
Freight for Landings on the Peedee River will be
transferred ta bteamer GEN. MANIGAULT, at
No Freigut received after sunset.
Ali Freight prei aid.
SHACKLLFORD k KELLY, Agents,
March 26 1 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
FOR WKIGHT'S Bli!' PP,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE SANl'EE RIVER.
THE STEAM KR MARION. CAP
_ _?TAIN J. T. FOSTEB is now receiving
Freight ut Arcommoda'ion Wharl and will leave
on > A.rrni'AY Nioar, the 27th 1-iat.
Ap ly to JuHN FERGOsON.
CHANGE OF SCHKDULE.
INLAND KOU.E->NLY I WO AND A HALF
HOUR* AT -EA.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHARLES IO.*. AND HAVANNAH sltiAAI PACKET
-IJ-?^ TBE -1M a E i? PILOT BOY. OAP
? .^?jfjTATN KENN P?.-B "wi leavo ?ccom
modatim Wharl every MONUAT aud ' nrovx ttoaN
?0. at 8 o'clock, toucbin; at I) au or oalv;
rc. ur ng lc;. Vi: avanuab IUCDAX and SATUBDAY,
at9o'clock A. M., m tkmg ^he tri^ la u even inure.
Ibo - teamer F-NMK, ? ap ta ii A ?Ala wi il leave
Charleston e-ery IKUBUDAT . oufflxo at 8 o'cock
tou liia^' at ) disto. < hiso mV Laiid'n/ ami HI.ton
lli'B/1; rei ii-nin? leiv Sava nab cveiy FIUDAX, at 2
o'c'nck P IL, touch us ct thc abor.* laimiu^s.
Will touja ai n.utlt'iu ou ibo second inunsDAT in
Every mo., b, goiag aud io ur Lag.
Foi I ii-:?ut jr l'assage uppiy to
March 18 Accomm.dai oa Wharf.
?HAHLKST^N AG RIC ULT URAL.
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICUL : URAL IMPLEMENTS, G iRDEN
GE \ E. PINGRFE,
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