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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1078. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ll, 1869._SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
THE STATE S UPE EME COURT.
f SPECIAL TELE 3K Ol TO THE SEWS.]
COLUMBIA, April 14--In tho Supremo Court,
to-day, Mr, McCrady concluded his argument
in the caso of the exooutors of Mitchell C.
Sing ads. C. T. Lowndes.
Mr. Hayn? road the brief and delivered tho
argumeut in the oase of Rachel M. Mayor vs.
Benjamin Mordecai et al.
By permission of the court the following im?
portant caso was dockottod: Ex parte T. 8tobo
Farrow, late Commissioner in Equity, of Spar
tanburg District. Messrs. Farrow and Duncan
for the appellants. This case involves the ov
s tr action of thc probate law, as to whether the
Jad tro of Probit? or the Clerk of the Court is
the successor ol" the Commissioner in Eqnity.
PREPAYMENT OF INTEREST-THE UNRECON?
WASHTNOTON, April 14.-The following nom?
inations were sent in to-day : Charles C. Crow,
of Alabama, for Gov?rnor of New Mexico;
Wentworth, tor United States Marshal of the
Northern District of Florida; Samuel T. Car?
roll, United States Marshal for North Carolina;
Stephen Moore, for Receiver of iloaies at Mo?
bile, and Wm. H. Dursley for Montgomery.
For Registers of Land-Stems at Mobile, and
Anderson at Montgomery. For Postmaster at
Griffin, Ga.v Johnson.
The Treasury Department gave notice to-day
that interest coupons due on July 1st, will be
paid upon presentation upon a rebabo of in?
terest at the rate of six per oent.
The President has directed the Secretary of
War to order Qeneral Reynolds to proceed with
the registration of voters in Texas preparatory
to an early election. It is understood, but not
known, that similar orders have been issued
regarding Virginia and Mississippi lt is also
said that the President will be guided by the
district commanders regarding tho proper
time for folding the ?lections.
Great importance appears to be attached to
tho points in the State constitutions which
shall be submitted to separate votes. The
Wells Radical party of Virginia are here in
force. Thc absence of the Virginia Conserva?
tive committee, and the moderate men from
Texas and Mississippi, pending the decision of
these vital questions, excites comment.
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS.
SUMNER DENOUNCES ENGLAND TS THE SENATE
CHANDLER ANMESSENDEN RALLY 'ROUND THE
WASHINGTON, April 14.-Chandler and Mor?
ton, it now appears, desired to have the debate
onj the Ala Darna treaty yesterday with opon
doors, but in this they failed.
Sumner made a two hours' speech, in tho
course of which he said that England should
be called upon to adroit that she was in the
wrong in recognizing me Confederates as bel?
ligerents. He said that the rebel cruisers were
built in British ports, equipped with British
armaments, and manned with British seamen.
They went to sea under British colors, were shel?
tered and provided with stores in ports of Brit Eh
elands and colonies, and though* well knowu to
have first, escaped to sea ia violation of Eng?
land's neutrality laws, were permitted b? British
vessels of war to pursue their career of destruc?
tion without molestation.
Chandler made a fierce at tack on England
and her course, and expressed the belief that
there was not room enough on this continent
for any nation which had so grossly insulted
the United Stu es. He bad loug believed that
the struggle would come over Canada, and he
now believed it would como in his day.
Fassenden endorsed the views of Sumner .that
a treaty on this subject should rise to the full
dignity and importance of the international
question involved, and that the nation, with a
due regard to its own honor, could not con?
sider it upon any other grounds.
THE WEATHER ALND THE CROPS.
SAVANNAH, April 14.-Weather very cold. It
is reported that the heavy frosts in the inte?
rior have materially injured the crops, and
made replanting necessary.
MONTGOMERY, April 14.-There was a slight
frost yesterday and a severe frost this morn?
ing, which has seriously damaged the new cot?
ton and fruits, and rendering the replanting of
THE WAR ZN CUBA.
HAVANA, April 13.-The journals praise the
coarse of the United States towards Cuba.
It is reported that a schooner, laden with
arms and ammunition for the insurgents, waa
captured on the south side of the island.
A special dispatch to tho New York Herald
sayB that the authorities at Havana, will bj ad?
vised of tho mo verne a ts of the expedition under
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The civil war in Japan is raging with increas?
ed violence. ?
The Pope pardoned many political offenders
on the Jubilee.
The monitor Sangus sails for Cuban waters
in' twelve days.
Well executed $20 bills of the Fourth Na?
tional Bank of Philadelphia have been put in
circulation at Boston.
The New York Senate has ratified the Fif?
teenth constitutional amendment by a strict
party vote. No action has been taken yet by
A Montgomery (Ala.) dispatch says that the
Sj&hern and Northern Road is now under
contract, and that the whole lino will be com?
pleted and equipped by December, 1871.
AFFAIRS IN THE 8TATE.
Marion Connty sends tho following dele?
gates to the Agricultural Cou ven: iou to be
held in Colombia on the 28th ins ant : W. S.
Ellcrbe, B. E. McMillan, William Evans, W. R.
Johnson, David Lngette, W. W. Durant, R. G.
Howard. D. W. Botbeu. W. S. Mullins, C. D.
Rowel, C. D. Evans, J. H. Siufford.
The Marion papers announce tho death of
Mr. C. B. Brown, ono ot the oldest citizens of
that t own, in hi? 77th year.
The Marion Star says: "On Sunday night
last, the store, of Mr. N. B. Goddard wa? forced,
and, as near as can be ascertained, about ooo
hundred and twonty-fivo dollars worth of
liquors, tobacco, <fcj., aud two double barrel
guns taken therefrom. Ihe same party doubt?
less attempted, about the oamo time to force
the warehouse ot Messrs. Durham & Co., but
was detected, after having bore 1 several auger
holes, by the watchman; but they made good
their escape, ibo watchman reports that be
saw two persons. Bon. Bass, colorod, bas
been arrested, and strong suspicion rests upon
another colored verson os his coadjutor in
these daring robberies."
The Democrat says : *'Ephrim Jackson, a
black boy, lately in tbe service o' Jack Smith,
in this town, Ins been called to Washington to
actvsB a messenger in tho office of tho Secretary
of ?rate. We presumo ho owes his elevation
to the influence of Whittemoro. and as \\ nittc
moreowes bis elevation lu a great-measure to
Jack Smith, it is a very plo-s mt game of 'von
tickle me, ar.d ni tickle you." '
-Jubal Early declines to be dined in pnblic
by hi8 townsmen of L ncbbnrg.
-It is now positively asserted that Gene?
ral Sickles bas declined the mission to Mexico.
-Louis Napoleon has just given a dowry of
$10,000 to one of the daughters Mrs. Howard
-We ace it stated that Mrs. Harriet Beecher
Stowe is about opening a school of agricul?
ture for girls, at Aiken, S. C.
-The "airy, fairy Lillian," of Tennyson's
early, dainty muse, is a Mrs. Rawnesley, tbe
stontish mother of seven children.
-A New York exebao^o.s^ys that ex-Pres?
ident Tyler's daughter ia ono of the most
graceful riders to bo seen in Central Park.
-The London Examiner says : " Of all
American poets, Mr. Longfellow is still tho
only one who is widely popular in England.''
-Queen Isabella is so disgusted with the
stories the newspaper men write about her,
that abe has given orders no more nhall see
-Baroness Barbette Bey fus, the last sur?
viving sister of Mayer Anselmo, thc founder
of the famous Rothschild house, died at Frank?
fort, March 16, agod 85.
-Thomas Nast, the artist, makes two hun?
dred to three hundred dollars a week by his
cartoons and sketches for Harper's Weekly
and other illustrated periodicals.
-"Jennio Jone"-otherwise Mis. Croly
Bays that when sho was requested to respond
at a Sorosis press dinner, she told her husband
she was afraid she would break down; but be
replied, "When yon blow mo np you never
break down," and she was thu3 encouraged to
make the required response.
-Tho leader of tho "claque ' at tho Pan's
Odeon Theatre is a wealthy man. He accumu?
lated a fortune by blackmailing dramatists,
managers, actors and actresses. Sonic vain
artists often pay him a thousand francs for one
night's "enthusiastic applause, ' with tho ne?
cessary "encores," c Us before the curtain, &c.
-The biU amending the judicial system of
the government having boon passed by Con?
gress and bec)me a law, the additional Judge
of the Supremo Bench, it is said, will be taken
from the South. Among the names mentioned
for the position are Judges Underwood, of Vir?
ginia; Speed, of Kentucky ; Darell, of Louisi?
ana ; Thomas Dorant, of Now Orleans ; Mar?
vin, of Texas; and Joshua Hill and Joseph
Brown, of Georgia.
-The estate of Mlle Raohel, the celebrated
French actress, bas not been Bottled until now.
Her brothers and sisteis have succeeded in
8eonring the bulk of the property and cheating
her illegitimate children oat of tho sums of
money which their mother had intended to
leave them. It is said that as soon as M'lle
Kachel had died, ber brother, Raphael Fol ix,
a very avancions man, black mailed a great
many gentlemen who had written love letters
to bis Bieter* and whoso bilkls-doux ho held tn
ttrrortm over their heads. In ?his manner he
secured a very large sum. He ln?d also to
extort money from Walcwski, his sister's lover,
and lather of two of her chi] Iren; but Walcwski
laughed in his face, and told him that , every?
body knew of his liaison with Ruchol. and that
ho himself was not ashamed, but on the con?
trary was ver / proud of it.
-Mr. Minister Halo is charged with what,
un 1er the circumstances, is worse than grand
larceny. Members of tho diplomatic body in
all countries aro allowed to receive, free of
duty, such imported goods as they need for
personal, official or fax;ly use. Mr. Hale, in
tho all of 1856, made an arrangement with one
or two merchants in Madrid, by which consid?
erable quar.titles of carpeting, linen cloth,
window curtaining and table napkin stuff wero
imported from England, freo of daty, on his
diplomatic privilege, and sold for tho joint ben
I efit of himself and the merchants. In October
of that year, he was detected m thns importiue
830 pounds of a cotton stuff called "crook,"
1500 pounds of wooUen felt, and about 44.000
pounds of moqueta carpeting; and in Febru?
ary, 1867, of thus bringing in 400 ponnds more
I "crock," 375 poonda of linen damask and 760
of curtain goods. Information of his transac?
tions as a dry goods importer did not reach
our government till less than a month ago. Aa
soon aa President Grant examined the paper s
in the case, he determined to remove Mr.
Hale-graciously giving bim the opportunity
CONGRESS AND TBE CHARLESTON
SISTERS OF MERCY.
The Washington papers publish the follow?
ing letter of Sister fl?. Xavier to the Committee
on Appropriations withdrawing her papers :
Gentlemen-P? so kind as to return to ns all
our papers and letters, aa we are now about to
return to the destitute home o' tho orphans, #
whose canse we have been here since December
last, laboring in vain, although we? bavo fur?
nished your honorable body with ample and
undoubted testimonials of the devotion with
which our sisters labored to supply proper
nourishment and comforts to your suffering
soldiers during their captivity in the banda
of the enemy, at a time, too, when nono of
you, gentlemen, could reach them. Our city
was then blockaded, and the prisoners had no
kind friend? near to minister to their relief,
i while on their hard beds of sickness - to use
! their own words, as expressed in their vatioua
; letters-"the Sisters ot Mercy came as ituie
tenng angela to their relief, bringing to tbem
palatable food," Sx., SX. But why recapitulate
what yon have bef?te you in their ow a hand?
writing ? Suffice it to say that wo aro now
quite worn one, having been here for the mst
cbree months without a dollar in our pockets,
wherewith to defray our expnnsos or to pay our
puss ige home to Charleston. That w is not
the treatment we gave your soldiers aud offi?
cers while in our midst, although tl ey had no
claim on us save that ot charity and hu?
manity. Is there no return to be expected
from the Congress, for whom these bravo men
fought and suffered? Ab, no I The Bistora
may beg their way home, and pay their ex?
penses as beat they cat: when they reach their
desolated home. But tbey are Catholics I That
solves tho question. Yet these sisters never
inquired whether the Union prisoners wer Jew
or Gentile, Catholic or Protestant; it sufficed
to kuow that they wero strangers and wounded,
sick and in prison. We sent over cotton to
Nassau and purchased groceries aud medi?
cines, which we shared among these poor sa:
fering prisoners, who are now represented by
yon, gentlemen, m that government which
they have restored wiih their best blood.
Deign, gentlemen, to excuse thia intrusion,
and accept the regret which wo feel ihat you.
who have children of your own, have not taken
borne to them the blessing aud pi ny eis of the
destitute litt le onea whom your mm liles of war
have left without a home ! * But '-thoir Father
in Heaven" will yet hear tbeir cry.
We have the honor to be. gentlemen,
SlSTEB M. XwiIiB.
-Greeley conaidera tho adoption ot the Fif?
teenth amendment secure, and, tbcreioro.
thinks it not worth while to make its ratifica?
tion by the exclude J States a condition of their
admission. What effrontery is this to ac?
knowledge that States haro been denied rep?
resentation in Congress, not for disloyalty, hut
simply lo force their consent to a partisan
nieasaro. Greeley ia bold to avow what every
-London has a " General Mourning Ware?
house." that keeps oorps ot milliners and
dressmakers constantly on hand to send out at
a moment's notice.
ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
AN ACT TO PRO YID 3 A LIEN ON BUILD 1X03 AND
LANDS TO PASTIES F?RNISHESQ LABOR AND
KATEE I ALS THEREON.
SECTIOS l. Be a enacted by tho Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of South
Carolina, now mot and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of tho same,
That any person to whom a debt is due for
labor performed or furnished, or for mi te rial 3
furnished and-ctualivnsea in erection, alter?
ation or repair ot any building or structure uDon
real estate, by virtue of an agreement with or
byemsentof the owner ot such building or
structure, or any person having authority
from or rightfully acting for such owner
in procuring or furnishing such labor or
materials, shall have a lien upon such
building or structure, and unon the inter?
est of the owner thereof in the lot of land
upon which tho same is situated, to secure the
payment of the debt so due to him, an 1 the
coats which may arise in enforcing such lieu
under this act-except as provided in tho fol?
lowing sections :
SEC. 2. Snch hen for materials furnished
shall not attach unless tho person furnishing
the .?ame, before so doing, gives notice to the
owT.er of tho property ?0 be affected by the
lier., if such owner is not the purchaser", that
he intends to claim such hen.
SEO. 3. Snoh lien shall not avail or bo of
force against any mortgige actually existing
and daily recorded prior to the dato of the eon
tract under which the lien is claimed.
SEC. 4. The owner of any such building or
structure in process of erection, or being alter?
ed or repaired, other than the party by whom
or in whose behalf a contract tori ibor and ma?
terials has been mido, may prevent tho attach?
ing of any lien for labor thereon not at the time
performed, or materials not then furnished, by
giving notice in writing 10 the person perform?
ing or furnishing euch labor or furnishing
such materials, that ht will not bo responsible
SEC. 5. Such lien shall bo dissolved unless
the person desiring to avail himself thereof,
within thirty days after he ceases to labor on,
or furnish labor or materials for such building
or structure, files io the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas of tho county in
which the some is situated, a statement of a
juBt and true account of tho amount duo him,
with all jost credits given, together with a de?
scription of the property intended to b9 cov?
ered by the lien, sumcioatly accurate for iden?
tification, with the name of the owner or own?
ers of the property if known; winch certificate
shall be subscribed and s worn to by the person
claiming the lien, or by pome ono in his be?
half; and shall be recorded in the book kept for
the purpose by the clerk, who shall be entitled
to the same fees therefor as for recording mort?
gages of equal length.
SEO. 6. No inaccuracy in such statement, re?
lating to the property to bo covered bj the
lien, if the property oan be reasonably recog?
nized, orin stating the amount due for labor
or materials, shall invalidate the proceedings,
unless it appeals the person filing the certifi?
cate has wilfully and knowingly olaimed more
than is his due.
SEC 7. Un ess a suit for enforcing the lien is
commenced within oiuety days after the per?
son desiring to avail h. msc If thereof ceases to
labor on, or famish laoor or material for such
building or structures, tho lion shall be dis?
SEO. 8. The lion may be onforced by petition
to the Court of Commcn Pleas in tho county
where the budding or structure is situated.
The petition may be filed in term, or in the
clerk's office in vacation, and the date of the
filing shall bc deemed the commencement of
SEO. 9. When tho amount of claim d JCS not
exceed one hundred dollars, the hen may be
forced by a petition to a Justice of the Peace;
and such j.istico shall havo like power* and
authority within their jurisdiction as heroin
conferred upon the Courts of Common Pleas,
with like rights of appeal to tho parties as ex?
ist in other civil cases.
SEO. 10. I he petition may bo inGcrtod in a
writ of or gin 11 summons and bo served return?
ed and entered as other civil cuses.
SEO. ll. Whether filed os a petition or in?
serted in snob summons, tbo petition shall
contain a bi iel statemont of thc contract on
which it is founded, and of the amount due
thereoj, with a description of the premises
subject to the hen, and all other material facts
and circumstances, and shall pray that tue
premises may be sold, and tbo proceeds ot tho
sale be applied lo tbe discharge or the demand.
SEO 12. The court may, at any time, allow
either party to amend hie pleadings, as ur ac?
tions at common law.
SEO. 13. Any number of persons, who havo
actually performed labor, or furnished labor or
materials on one or more building; or struc?
tures upon different lots of land, where the la?
bor was performed for tho samo owner, con?
tractor, or other person, may join in the same
potition for their respective hens, and the same
proceedings shall be bad in regard to 'he
rights of each petitioner, and the respondent
may defend as to each petitioner in the same
manner as if he bad severally potitiooed for
his individual lien.
Ssa 14. The court in which the petition is
entered shall order notice to bo given to thd
owner of the building or structure, that ho
may appear and answer thereto at a certain
day in the same term, or at tho next term, by
serving him with an attested copy of the peti
ti ju, with tho ordor of the court thereon,
tour teen days, at least, before the time as?
signed for the h -aring; and the court shah also
order notice of the filme of tho petit.on to be
given to all ot cor creditors wb > have a lien of
the same kind upon the same estate, by serv?
il g them with a copy of the last mentioned or?
der in like manner.
SEO. 15. If it appears to the court that any
of tho parties, entitled to notice are absent, or
that they cannot probably be found to be served
with the notice, the court may. instead of the
personal notice beforo mentioned, or in addi?
tion thereto, ordor notice to all persons inter?
ested, by pub.:slung in Homo ne?spaper the
substance of tho petition, with the order of tho
court thereon, assigning the time and placo for
a nearing, or may order suob other notice to
be given, ns may, under the circumstances of
the case, bo considered most proper and ef?
SEO. 16. If, at the time assigned for tbe
hearing, it appoors to the court that any of
the persons interested had noe had sufficient
notice of the suit, tho court may order fur?
ther notice to them, in such manner as may
be considered most proper and effee uah
SEO. 17. At the time assigned for the hear?
ing, or within such further time BS tho court
allows tor that purpose, every creditor having
a lien of the kind b. fore mentioned uocn the
same property, may appear and prove his
claim, and the owner and each ot the creditors
may contest the several cluims of ever; other
creditor; and tho court shall hear and deter?
mine them in a summary maimer, either with
or without a jury, as the ca: c may require.
SEO. 18. Every material question of fact
arising iu the case, shall be submitted to a
jury, if required by either party, or thon:ri.t
proper by the court ; and the trial shall be had
on a question stated, or an issue framed, or
otherwise, as tho court may order. A jury
shall be had bet?re a Justice of tho Peaco, only
as in other civil cases.
SEO. 19. The court Bindi ascertain and de?
termine the amount due to each creditor, who
has a lcm of the kind before mentioned upon
the property in question; and ever?- such claim
duo absolutely and without a?y oonditi.iu,
nltbough not then payable, shall bo allowed,
with a rebate of interest to tho timo when it
would broome pa\aolo.
SEC. 20. When the owner fails to poi form
his pait of tho contract, and by resaou ttiererf
the other party, without his own default, is
prevented hom completely performing Inn part,
he ahall bc cu titled to a reason:) bl.1 c mipensa
tiou for as much as ho liai performed, in pro?
portion to tho price stipulated for tho wholo
aud tho oourt shall adjust his olaini accord?
SE J. 21. If the hen is cslabiuhod in favor 0?
any of the creditors whoso cl mus aro present?
ed, tho court shall order a sale of tbo propon y
to be mado by any offi.!or aiunorizuil to servo
civil precess between the same parties.
SEO. 22. If part of tho pro, cry can bo separ?
ated from the residue and sold without dnnago
to tho whole, and it tho value theieof is suffij.
ent to satisfy all debts proved in thu casu, thc
court may or 1er a salo of that par . if it ap?
pears to he most for thc interest ot all parties
SEO. 23. The offioer who makes the salo sbnll
gi vu nonce of the titno and pim-J tu tho man?
ner prescribed in relation 10 tho Bales mi exe?
cutions on a nght ol redeeming mortgage lands,
uuleas tho court orders a different uutico to bo
SEC. 24. Any interest in real eMato sn sold
may bo redeemed in tho m inner provided in
the case of a sale on exocction, ou the right ot
redeeming mortgage lands.
Ssc. 23. If all tho claims against the
perly covered by tho lien are ascertained i
lime of ordering thc sale, the court may
the officer to pay over and distribute the
ceeds of the sale, after deducting all Ii
charges and expenses, to and among the
eral creditors, to the amount of their re
tive debts, if there is suffioient therefor;
if there is not sufficient, then to divide ace
tribute the same among tho creditors in
portion to the amount due to each of thea
8EO. 26. If all the claims are not ascertt
when the sale is ordcrod, or if for any c
reason the conrt finds it necessary or prop
postpone the order of distribution, it ma
rcct the officer to bring the proceeds o
sale into court, t her* to be disposed of ac<
inc to the decree ol tho court; and if by re
of tho claims of attaching creditors, or foi
other cause, tho whole cannot be convent
distributed at once, tho conrt may make
or more successive orders of distributioi
tho circumstances may require.
SEC. 27. If there is any surplus of the
ceeds ul tho salo after making all the
mon s before mentioned, it shall be forth
paid over to the owner of the property;
such surplus, before it is 30 paid over, sha
liable to be attached or taken on executioi
like manner as if it proceeded from a
m ide bv the officer on an execution.
SEC. 28. If the interest o? the owner ip
building, structure or land, is under atti
mont at tho time of filing and recording
statement of the account, the attaching ci
tor shall be preferred to the extent of the v
of the buildings aud laud as they wero it
the statement was recorded; and ihe c<
shall ascertain, by a jury or otherwise*, as
case may requiro. what proportion ol tho
ceeds of t be sale ehall be held subject to
attachment as derived from the value of
property when the statement was iccorded.
SEO. 29. If tho attaching cieditor re?u*
judgment, ho shall be entitled to receive
?ns execution the proportion of the procc
held subject to his attachment, or SB m
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy his
ccution, and the residue of the proceeds si
bo applied in the ?ame manner as if there |
boon no sncb attachment.
8EC 30. If the interest of tho owner of
propTty is attached after the recording of
statement, tho proceeds, after discharging
prior lions and claims, shall be applied to i
isfy tho ex?cution of euch attaching 'credii
SEC. 31. If an attachment is ra:de after
reooidiog ot Buch statement, and if after I
attaenment another like statement is record
tho creditor in the latter statement shail
entitled to be paid only out of the residue
tho proceeds remaining, after paying all t
is due on the demands, a statement of wh
is recorded before the attachment, and sal
fying the attaching creditor.
SEC. 32. When there are several attach
creditors, they shall, a.? between themsoU
be entitled to be paid according to the ordei
their attachments, but when several cr?dite
wi o aro entitled to the lien provided for in t
act, have equal rights os between thoroBelv
and the fund is insufficient to pay the win
they shall share it equally in proportion
their respective debts.
SEO. 33. If the person Ijr whom the work
done or materials are furnished has an est
for life or any other estate, lesa than a fee si
pie in tho land, or if tbe property at tho tn
of rccorning tho statement is mortgaged
nuder any other ineumbrance, the lien b
provided for shall bind his whole estate t
interest thorein in like manner as a mc
RZRO would havo done, and tho creditor it
causo the right of redemption, or whate'
other right or os tate tbe owner had in t
oroperty. to be sold and applied to the d
ohargo of his debt according to the provisic
of this net.
Ssa 31. ' f the person indebted dies or oe
vc}s his cstato or interest betoro the co
muueetuont of a suit cn tho oontract, the t
may be joram -nood and prosecuted against 1
heirs or whoovcr holds the^state or in ten
wUioh bo had m tho premises at the time t
labor or materials woro performed or furtih
ud, or if a HU tis commenced in bis lifo time
may bo prosecutor against his executors, t
ministrators. heirs and assrrns in like maun
as if thu estate or interest had been mortgag
to secure tho debt.
SEC. 35. li the creditor dies before the coi
mencemont of tba suit, tho suit may be ol
monced and prosecuted by his executor* ai
administrators, or if commenced in bis bl
time it may bo prosecuted by them as it mig
havo been by the deceased if living.
Ssa 36. lt it appears in anv stage of t
proceedings that tho suit was commenced i
the petitioning creditor beforo bis right ot a
tion accrued, or after it was barred, or if be t
como non-suit, or fails to establish bis cl ail
suit may bo prosecuted by any other credit
having such lion, in the same manner as it
bad boen or giually commenced by him, if t
circumstances of the case are such that '.
mi ht thou, or at any time after the com mo nc
mont of tho original suit, bava commenced
like nui t on his own c aim.
SEO. 37. If ths snit is jommenoed by the r.
tioninrr croditor before his right of action a
ernes, his cia in may nevertheless be allowe
if the suit is camed OD by any other cr?dite
as provided in the preceding section; but J
shall not. in any case, be entitled to costs, ar
be may bo required to pay the costs incurr?
by tho debt ur, or euch part thereof as tl
court mav deem reasonable.
SEC. 38. The costs in all other respects she
bo subj cot to the discretion of the court, ai
shall be paid from fie proceeds of the sale <
by any of tbe parties to the suit, a? justice ar
SEO. 39. Nothing contained in this act sha
be construe! to prevent a creditor in Bach coi
tract from maintaining an action thereon i
tho common law in like manner as if he had r
such ben for the security of his debt.
SEO. 40. When a debt secured by snob lie
is fully paid, tho creditor, at the expense <
the debtor, shall enter on the margin f tb
registry whero the statement is recorded,
discharge of bis lien, or sba 1 execute a relea*
thereof, which mav be recorded where tb
statement is recorded.
SEO. 41. All the regulations concerning til
end rsement of original writs shall apply t
thc endorsement of petitions filed under tbi
SEO. 42. When, by virtue of a contract, ei
pressed or implied with the owners of a ski
or vessel, or with tho agents, contractors o
sub-contractors of such owners, or any c
them, or with any porson having boen employ
ed to contract, ropair or launch such ship o
voi-sel. or to assist them, m ?ney is due to an.
person ior labor porlorired, materials used, ci
labor and materials lurnished in tho const ruc
t!on, launching, repairs of. or for constructing
the ways for, or for providions, storos or othe
articles furnished for. or on account of, sue
snip or vr'ss. 1 in this Stato. such person sha!
have a lieu upon the ship or vessel, ber tackh
nnd ru'tiituro, to securo the payment of sud
de'jt; which lieu snail bo preferred to all othtn
tneroon, except mariners' wages, and shall con
linne until the dobt is saiisied.
SEO. 43. Such hon shall be dissolved unies?
th? pt r.son claiming the name filed, within f mi
d ivs from ttio limo the ship or vessol depart?
ed from thc port at which she was when thc
debt w is co itracled, in tho i ffico of thu Glen
of tho court nf Common fleas of the countj
in which tho ship or. vcsrCi was at tho tun?
the dont was cuni raoted. a statement, subscrib
ed and swot n to by himself, or by some porson ir
lus boh tlf. g.vit g a just and true account ol
tho demand clannud to b3 du i to him. with oil
just crudits, md ul^o tho name ot the person
willi w.n.ni tito o.mtriiot w a mide, the name
ot Gie owner oi tho ship or vessel, if known
an i tho name ot i hu ?hip or vessol. or a d^
bcrip ion Uiotooi, miflicietit for identification,
which Htat inent slnll bo recorded by said
Clerk of rho Cuurl of Comino i Pisas, nra b io!;
to bu kept by Lim fortiiatpurposo. tor which ht
shall rc coi vu tho s-i mu fe s as for recording
oilier pi-pci s nf equal length.
SEO. 44. If ibu ali ip or vessel is partly con?
structed in on" placo and piurtly in another,
either pince shnll bc deemed the port at wlncu
B ?a w.ic; ?hon tho debt was contracted, wubin
tho meaning of titis set; and rio inaccuracy tu
tho dcei*r ntion nt the snip or vessel, ii she can
bo ?vcoguiz'd ilnuvby, (.nu stating : he amount
dire fur labor or materials, -ball invalidate the
procecdi ga, unless itappotra that tho person
filing the certificate hos knowingly aud wilfully
claimed inore iban his duo.
SRO Mi. Mich lien m ty bo enforced by peti?
tion to "ho Conrt ol Common Picas tor the
county where tho vessel wa at thc timo when
the kkbt wuB contracto.!, or ni winch ehe is at
tho kimo nf itirtituliug proceedings. Ibo pe?
tition may bee t red in lourl, or filed in thc
Cork's (vffio i in VJ cation, or uny bc inserted ni
a writ of trigina) snmraoaa with an oi der ot
attachment, a id served, relumed nnd entered
as ut her civil actions, and tho sub-cquont pro
seedings tor onforoing tho lieu sha.I. except as
heroin iftc.r provided, ba RB prescribed for en?
forcing lie is on buddings and landa, to far ns
Ibo same ?ire upnicab'c. At the limo of enter?
ing or diing the peiitioa, a prue BS of attaen?
ment against uuob ship or Teasel, her tackle,
apparel and furniture, sha'l issue and continuo
in force, or may bs dissolved, like attachments
m civil cases, bat such dissolution shall not
dissolve the lien.
SEO. 46. The petition shall contain a brief
statement of the labor, materials, or work done
or furnished, or tho stores, provisions or other
articles furnished, and the amount due there?
for, witb a description of the ship or vessel
subject to the lien, and all other materia1 facts
and circumstances, and shall pray that the ship
or vessel may b6 seid and the proceeds of tho
sale applied to the discharge ot the demand.
SEO. 47. Ibe court may, at any time, allow
either party to amend bis pleadings, as in ac?
tions at common law.
SEO. 48. Any number of persons having such
lien.- upon the samo ship or vessel, may join in
tbe same petition to enforce the same; and
tbe same proceedings shall be had in regard to
the respective rights of each petition, and tho
respondent may defend as to each petitioner,
in the sume manner as if they bad severally
petitioned for their individual liens.
BBC. 49. When there is money due to more
than one person holding a hen npon a ship or
vessel, under the provisions this act, all parties
interested, having been cited lo appear and
answer, the claims of all shall be marshalled,
and tbe court shall make such order or deciee
as may be necessary to prevent tho enforce?
ment of a double hon for tho same labor, ma?
terial, stores, provisions or other articles, and
to Becnro tnejust rights of all. And the pro?
ceeds arising from tbe sale of such ship or
vessel, after deducting ali proper costs and
expenses, shall be distributed among the seve?
ral claimants to tho amount of their respective
debt.-; Provided, Ihat when such proceeds aro
insufficient to satisfy tho liens of all, thoso
having lions for labor shall reoeivo a percent?
age/on tbpirrespective claims, one-third great?
er, as near as may oe, tban those having li.us
for materials, st ores or other articles.
In the Senate House, the-day of March,
in the yoar or our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-eight.
CHAULES W. MONTO OMEBY.
President of the Senat* pro tempore.
FRANKLIN J. MOSES, J -.,
Speaker House of Representatives.
Approved the 16th day of March, 1869.
ROBEET R. SCOTT, Qovornor.
TBE TEXAS CASE.
United Btavtea Supreme Court-Impor?
In the United States Supreme Court Mon?
day the Chief Justice delivoied the opinion of
the court ir the case of the State of Texas vs.
George W. White et al.
The opinion sotties nomo important princi?
ples. 1st. Tbat th* authority of the Provis?
ional Qovernor Hamiltou authorized Judge Pas?
chal to prosecute the claim ot Texas to the
bond; that the authority ot Governor Ihrork
mortou authorized B. F. Epperson to sue out
the injunction; and tho power of Governor
Peaso to Judge Paschal authorized him to pro?
secute tho suit
2d. That the annexation of Texas rando it a
State of the Uuion. and tbat no act of the Citi?
zens and government of Texas alone bas or
could dissolve that relation; that during the
i ebel lion there were no officers of the United
States acting in Texas, but. yet the people re?
mained citizens of the United States and the
State a State of tho Union. The opinion then
roviews tho ordiuunjoof secession and tho his?
tory of tho attempted disruption.
3d. that the ordin moo of secession and all
tho legislative acts in aid of ihe rebellion wero
null and void; thal tho Legislatura was an ille?
gal body, but that it was unnecessary to decide
how many ot their acts for the government of
society were valid. It is sufficient that tho
United Staies bonds in controversy were
the property of Texas at the time of secession;
and that a law of texas required their transfer
by an endorsement by tho Governor; that no
Governor has over endorsed thom, and the acts
< resting thu military hoard of Texas, repealing
the law requiring tho Governor's on dor-errent,
DUI] placing the bouda in tho banda ot Whne it
Childs, woro acts in aid of the rebellion, and
their possession was subject tc tho title of |
4th. That it is difficult to resist the conclu?
sion that the purchasers from White k Childs
had notice that their title waa contested, but
it is sufficient that tho present claimant re
ceivi d the bonds after their maturity, and the
doctrine of innocent purchaser in good faith
does not apply to thoso who obtained the paper
after its maturity, but they take subject to the
equitablo title of tbe rightful owner.
5th. The State ot Texas has the right to re?
cover the bonds and perpetuate the injunction,
and it is decreed accordingly.
In tbe oonrse of tho opinion the Cbiof Jus?
tice reviewed the condition of Texas at the
time of the downfall ot tho rebolhon, tbe abdi?
cation of its Government by its principal offi?
cers, the flight ot those officers to Mexico, and
the general anarchy which prevailed; and ho
held that nuder tho power to adopt all neces?
sary moans to protect the delegated powers, to
seo the laws fsithtully executed, anJ to guar?
antee a republican form of government to the
States, the President had the right to appoint
a provisional governor, and to organize socie?
ty; and without deciding upon his power to
call a convention to adopt a constitution, he
held that Congress, as the law-making power,
had tho right to adopt tho meas ores necessary
to restore the States to their pioper relation tb
tho Union, and that Congress had recognized
those governments as provisional. Be advert?
ed to the terms of restoration-the adop?
tion of tho Thirteenth and Fouiteenth amend
nents of the c institution; the passage of the
Reconstruction law.-, which Congress had the
right to p rna, and the successful rcs-oration of j
the majority of the rebel States under those
laws. Ho reviewed the emancipation procla?
mation of President Lincoln, and. without de?
ciding its ?inmediato effect, he said that tbe
surrender ot tho rebellion and the amnesty
oaths of President Johnson made t effectuai,
and the slaves thus emancipa ted became apart
of tho pooplo of tho United States, and tbe
ttatf-s in which they were remained States in
the Uuion, with tho ri :hl in Congress to pre?
scribo tho terms of restoration. Tho opinion
ie exceedingly able and interesting.
Justice Grier dissented as to tbe merita and
jurisdiction of tho ca-e, holding that Texas
has no more right tn bring Boitin tbe Supremo
Court than bas the District ot Columbia. Tex
wa* not, in tact, a State ot tbe Union.
Justices Swayne and Miller dissented as to
3pm a! flo tires.
tS- CALISAYA BARK.-IT IS SAID THAT
Messrs. CRAKE & C '., (prop'letors of the PLAN?
TATION BITTLBS) are tbe largest imoorters of |
Calisaya Bark in thia country, and that arith the ex?
ception ot au ncaieifmal sale, all they import ia used
in tho compounding of their celomat-d PLANTA?
TION BITThR?,-to which they undoubtedly are
i L deb ted mr th'.-ir woDderinl heilth-reaioriug pro?
perties. A> a tonic aud appe.'zer they are not sur?
passed, and wo cheerfully recommend them. All
first-class druggists lioep them for sale.
VJ AOsoLii WATEB.-superior to the best Imported
German Cologne, and told at huh the price.
April 13 tuths3
tB- CHEROKEE REMEDY CURLS ALL
Urina y Complaints, viz: Gravel. Inflammation of
tbe Bladder and K ndoys, Retontton Of Urine, Stric?
ta ri s of the Un-: h ra. Drop-leal swellings, Brick Dust
U. posits, and all dis> as;-s that require a diuretic,
and *heo uacd in canjuuctlon with thc OHEttOK KE
INJ ?OHO doc* nit tad to cure Gonorrboa, Gleet,
and .d mucous Di'cjinrcw in Malo or i emalo, cur?
ing recent oaie-i in from one to taree days, ann is es?
pecially recommend'd in thoso cases ot Fluor Albus
or Wuitcs in Kern ?oa. Th > two medicine* us id in
coiijuociiou w:ll not fail ti remove thia disagreeable
complaint, and in tlio.-'c cas?i wheru other medicines
have heou UBcd wi.heut >UCCCB3.
Price- Ueiacdy, Ono Bott'o, S2; Three Bottles $5.
Pii.-e-Injection, One Dottle. $2; Three Bottles $5.
Bold io Charleston, S. C.. Ky G. W. AIMAR, E. II.
KU.I.tll? ?i CO., A. W. ECK.EL * CO., W. A.
bKlONK, tiD. S. n (JU NH A al and RAOUL&LYNlH.
t'ebiii.ry 1G nao tutus ow3aioa
SO-NO CUitEl iNO PAY I-FORRES I'S
JONil'BU TAR ia warranted to eura Coucha, Croup,
Uoai Relives. Sora Throat, Spitting Of Blood and
Lu ? Diseases. Immediate relief produced. Try
it; l not aatt-fied. return the empty battles and get
your money bick,
bold wholesale and Retail by the Agent,
G. W. AIM Ait. Druggist,
Come rang and Vanderhorat atrocts.
KS" Trica 3? conta.
Fo?xuary 27 DAS tutbaSmoa
93- The Relatives, Friends and Ac?
quaintances cf General JOHN SCHNIEBLE and fam?
ily, and ot Mrs. JOHN SIEQLISO, and afr. and Mrs.
HETBT HOBLBBCK, and their respective families, are
resnecifa'ly'invited to attend the funeral of General
JOHN S1HNIEBLE at his late roalience, No. 25 Pitt
street, Tars MOBNTNO, at Ten o'clock. April 15
45"Union Kilwinning Lodge, flo. A, A,
P. M.-Yon aro invitad to attend the Funeral r'er
vicps of our late Patt Master, the Hon JOHN
SCH NI ERLE, at his late residence, No. 26 Pitt-tire et,
at len o'c'ock.
By ord;r of W. M. A. E. GIBSON,
April 15 8ecr?,tary.
03" Herman Friendly Society.-T ix ?
members of tbis Society are respectfully Invited to
attend the Funeral of Geaoral JOHN SCHNIERT.F,
ex-President, THIS VI O SISO, at Ton o'clock, at his
late reaidence, Ko. 25 Pitt-street. *
April 15_JOHN A. BLUM, Secretary.
93" Frenndschaftsbnnd.-Tbe M em?
bers o. this Society are requested to at fend the Fun?
eral of their late Honorary Member. General JOHN
SCENT ERL ti, from his late residence in Pitt-street,
IBIS MOBNTNO, at Ten o'clnck.
By order of the President. *
April 15 CHAS. S'FGLING, Secretary.
BS~ COTILLION CLUB.-ME UBERS DE?
MISING invitations for strangers to the Ball, to be
given April 22, Mill make application to 'J HBO. G.
BARKER, Esq., before SATURDAY, 17th.
HHNRY ?. WILLIAMS,
April 15_1_Secretajv and Treasurer.
03- PUBLIC SCHOOLS-EXAMINATION
OF TE ACH h ES.-The regular Quarterly Examina?
tion of Candidates for tbe office of Teacher in the
Publ'o Schools will be held at the Normal School. St,
Philip-street, on SATLBDAT, 17th Instant, commen?
cing at Nina o'clock A. M.
Applicants are requested to be present punctually
at the appointed hour.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GBIMKB,
April 13 tutb.83 Sectary 0. st, 8.
93"A CA AD FBOil MB. GEORGE fl. GRU
BER.-To Mr Fnrnros : It la with extreme regret
that I announce, to my friends and patrons that cir
cnnibtacces beyond my coutrol oompelled me to dis
contlnne ny business at the old stand of N. M. POS?
TES k Co., No. 238 Klnu-streot. Ia making thia
announcement I beg to tender my sincere thanks
for their liberal patronage and support, and trust
that in my new position they will extend the same
liberality. My limited capital, together with losses
of the past three years. Impaired my credit to ? uch
an extent that it was difficult to Wp up a supply of
goode without paying *xoro'tant prices, and I was
fast losing my health, buoiness and friends. In this
extremity I appealed to .Messrs WM. 8. CORWIN sc
CO., and tho liberality which eo characterizes that
firm was at once extended to rn-, and I am now en?
abled to offer better inducements. Their extensive
capital and experience permits them to offer a finer
class of gooda at about the prices I had to pay, par?
ticularly Lu Teas, Champagnes, Clarets,, Bran lies,
&c The comoined effor'e of mytelf and former
partner, Mr. JAME-} 8. Milt 1 IM, will be io please
you, and we respectfully solicit a continuance of
your natron ugo ; and we pledge ourselves to give our j
p< rsonal and piompt attcn ion to such. Again
thanking yon for past lavors and Indulgencie!, I re?
main your obedient servant,
GLU. H. GEUBEB,
Care of WM. 8. Coawut k Co ,
No. 27 > Bing.a-r?et,
Between Went*odb and Beau lain,
April 14 wfm6 And oppo-ite FTasel-e'reet.
93~k CABD.-I HATE NO IN 1ER SST OB
.onncction with ibu houso known under tbs style
and name of COURTENAY, No. 9 Broad->treet. I
eau bo found for the preen; at DE.vNY tc PEBBT'8,
opposite cam leeton Hotel, MooUng-itreet.
April 7_mtn?_. HIRAM HABBI9.
93" lil ASURER'S OFFICE, MACON AND
WE- TERN RAILROAD COMPANY.-MACON, GA,
APBIL 8, 1669.-A StecB Dividend of THIRTY
THREE AND ONE-THIRD PER CENT. (33K per
cert) has this day been c?tela; ei out of the earnings
that have heretofore been invested in tbe construc?
tion and improvement of the road ond property of
the Company, payable on and after tbe 15(h day of
May to the Stoctbo ders of tho Company, aa indi- '
cated by the booka on tbe 26th day of April.
Stockholder* registered on the books of the New
York Agency will receive their certificates at the
National Bank of the Republic, New ?ors ; all others
at the Office of the Company at ?lacon, Ga.
No fractional shares will be ls?ued and no trans?
fert will be made after 24tb April until tbe 16th May.
MILO S. FREE ai AN,
April 13 tuthsS Seor ta ry and i r ca-urer.
JW DR. WRIGHT'S REJUVENATING
ELIXIR, OB ESSENCE O? LIFE, cures Goneral
Debility, Weakness, Hysterics ia Fem iles, Palpita?
tion of the Heart and all Nervous Diseases. It re?
stores new life and vigor to the ega J, causing the hot
blood of youth to courso the vein', restoring the
Org ina of Generation, removing Impotency and De?
bility, restoring Manliness and full vigor, thus ptov
ing a perfect "Elixir o? LOVJ, " removing Sterility
and barrenness in both sexes. To tho youn?, mid?
dle aged and aged, there is no greater boon than
this "Elixir of Life." lt gives a BOW lease of Ufo,
causing the waak and debilitated to have renewed
strength and vigor, and the entire erstem to thrill
with Joy and pleasure.
Price-One bottle $2; Three bo ttl CB $5.
Sold in Charleston. S. C., by h. H. KELLERS tc
CO., A. W. Er EFL A CO., G. W. AIM* It, W. A.
SKuINk, ED. b. BURNHAM and RAOUL & LV NAH
Jbebruary IA ruc ruth-eow3mo->
93" CHEROKEE PILLS, OB FEMALE
REGULAI OR.-Cure Suppressed. Excessive and
Painful Menstruation, Green blcknoss. Nervous and
Spinal Affections, Paine in tbe LUCK, Hysterics, Sict
Headacho, Giddiness, and all diseases that spring
from irregul .rity, by removing thc cau-o aud all the
effects that an.-e from it Xbev aro perfectly safe in
all caaes, except when lorblddau by directions, and
are cosy to adminUtor, as tboy are nicely Sugar?
coated. They f houl 1 bo in the hands of every
Maiden, Wile and Motlier in the land.
Tho cherokee Pillo aro a Ad by all druggists, ai $1
per box, er six boxes for io.
Fold in Charleston, S. 0., by a. W. ECKEL tc CO.,
G. W. A IM AR. W. A >EltINE, RAOUL k LY NAH,
ED. 8. BURNHAM and E. H. KELL'- R-t k KO
February IS sao tut'i8--owinos
93" CHARLESTON SAVINGS INSTITU?
TION-Fill *L 8ETTLLMENT.-In accordance with
the decretal order ol the Court ol Equity, the sec?
ond and last instalment of to jr and seven-tenths per
centum will be paid ou and aller Trna DAT IO depo?
sito?, at tho omeo of the institution, No. 92
lUEiDA?s and TnoBSDAYS will ba specially devot?
ed to the payment of females. Milos wid oe attend?
ed to on tho othor w^ek (lija.
The Deposit Dooks mu-t bo surremlerod, as this is
tbe final settlenunL Tue office will be opened every
day (Sundays excepted) fr nu Nine o'clock \. M. to
'1 wo o'clock P. M., sud no piyinent will bo mide
cut of busiuess h or*. Tue payment" will coutlnue
daily until every depositor is seined with.
Ll h.Mi Y S. GuIGGS,
March 29 lOstuthlO fro maro-C. S. I.
JWCHGROKEE CUBE, THE GREAT IN?
DIAN MEDICINE, cures all di.-ona caused by soli
abuse, via: Pperma orrhea, .--cminal Weat nets,
Fight Ern'- .ions. Los- ol Memory, Universal Lassi?
tude, Pains in ihe Bic >, Dininesi of Vision, Prema?
ture Old age, WoM Norves, Difficult ur^athin^,
Palo ;ountcnaac-?, Innaity, Consumption, and all
diseases that follow as a tequenco of youthful indis?
1 ho Cherokee Curo will rostore health and vigor,
stop the emisalorjB, and off 'cta pormauout cure auer
all other medicines have failed.
Pi ice S2 per bottle, or three bottles for 5?. Sold by
sold in ? harston. S. C., by W.
RAOUL k LYNAS. A. W. I CK UL k, ? O., LT). 8.
BURNHAM and E. H. KELLBte^*T?-^
February 18 n*c tuth?eow3n?OB.
"h^E>,8?,H0.0vNEE ANNA A <H<OVF,B,
S i D?PA,CN f?r the aoore port.
? For Freight engagements apply to
T- 10PPKB ft SONS,
March 31 Bro ira's Whak
FAST FHKIGHT IUN?C:
TO AND FROM BALTIMOBR, PHIL AD EL*
PHIA, WASHINGTON CITY, WILMINGTON.
DEL., CINCINNATI, OHIO. ST. LOOTS HO !
AND OTHER NO BIH WES i SEN nTTTML-4
LEAVING EACH PORT I VERT 6TH BAT. -
FALCON.Jussi D. HOBSEY, Comaauito
8KA GULL.N. P. DUTTON. Commander.
MARYLAND..J. Y. JOHUBOB, Commaad?-.
x?vf-fc>ffl? THE F A YOB ITK AND 8WTJT
jf&?aSSlPH 8teimsb.iT. MARX LAND, J. V. Jens.
BON Commander, will aa!) for fiai*
? timora on *ATURDAY, nth April.
?t S o'clock P. M., Oom Pier Ne. i, Union
Wharves.. , r y
Heavy freighta taken at very low ratas-to Phila?
delphia, Rice Mo per tierce; Rosin-30o per package/
For Freight or paaaa>!B, apply to . Y pT
COURTENAY k THSNHOLM, ,
April lg_3_Urnen Wharvesy ? "
FUR PZ1IL, A ?EhPil 1A A \ O OOH i O.I. ' '
REG UZAB EVERY TBVR3DAY.
. THE STEAMSHIP J. W. EVFE
I M AN, Cap tam kV. H. SHTOKB, WlH
'leave North Aihmno Wharf, oa
?THCBBDAV. 15th matant, tl ll o'clock
For Freight or Pasease apply to
JOH ti k I HBO. GETTY, .
April la _North Atlantic Wharf. *
FOR ? KW 1JKH.
i-.-. .?? ?wewl
BES ULAR LINE EVER Y TEUR8BA Z?,
PASSACK RKlJtCED TO $19.
TBE ?TBAM?HI* SARAGOSSA...
'Captain 0. ETD EB, will Ita' o Yan?
deinorit'a wharf on TBOKSSAT.
I April IS, I860, ai 9 o 'cl* ck A; M.
April 9_RAV?NBL a . Q" Menu, ,
NEW TUSK ANO CHAUhUSTOB}
STEAMSHIP LI NB. R;>!
FOR 1? F." W YORK.
CABIN PASSASE $20.
THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
[STEAMSHIPS of thia line wi!
'leave Adger'a South tv h art, during
. the month of April, aa foUows ;
JA M EH ADGER-1 tntaDAT. April 8, at 2 o'clock F M
CHAMPION-SATURDAY April 10. at 4 o'olook PM
CHARLESTON-foiSDVr April 13, at 8 o'clock A V
MANHATTAN-- ATD-RDAY, April 17, at lOo'nlook A M
JAMES ADGEK-I ot-DAY, Amil 30, at 12 o'clock M
CHAMPION-SATUBCAT, April H. at 4 o'clock P M
CHABELSTON-TUESDAY. April 27. at 7 o'clock A M
#a~ insurance can be obtained by these steamers
at X per cent.
49* sn i arra Charge of SS will be made to pas?
sengers purchasing Tickets on board alter sailing.
43? lhasa STEA M>HI r>a have handsome and
roomy accommodations tor passengers, and their '
tables are >>uppded with all the delicacies of the New
York and Charleston markets.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
i /AME? A DMR A CO,,
Corner Adger'a Wharf and East Bay iVp-ttairs.)
CHARLESTON AND Li VERPOOL STU AMS H IP
THE FIBVf CLASS IBON 8CBEW
' Steamship CAMILLA, Bira?
'PEACE Commander, ts now ready'
. to receive Freight tor (he aoovo port,
to sail on or about 10th or April.
For Freight engagements, apply to
KO HE it T M URE* 00.,
Bisks taken by this vessel at fire-eiphth*
(ft! per coat._'_' March M
PACIFIC 31A IL, STEAitlAMir CU.urV'B
TBTtOUOH Lia." IO -
CAL1FOBNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
CH A SO S OF S AI LI Sa DATS I
?VC/v??-, SlEAMtBh Ot ?.ll* ''ABOYal
a line leave Pier No tl, Nortk Hitar,
foot of Canal atroet. New Yara, ac
12 o'clock noon, of the lat, 1 Ith and
21st of every month (except when these date? fall
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
De panure of lat and list connect at Panama witt!
?teamen for South Pod Bc aud neutral Aoaetleaa}
porta. Those of lat touch at MaueaniHo.
Departure of 11th ot eacb monta connects witt
tba new steam line from Panama to tu ?trail? and
Steamship J?PAN leaves Ban Fmcisoofur China
and Japan May 1. 1869.
No California steamers touch?t Barana, hat go
direct from New York to AaplnwalL .
One hundred pounds baggage rreo to each sdr't,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther Iniormatton ?poly
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, anthe waaii.
Toot or Canal-street, North River. N<-w York.
March ia_lyr_F. R. HA BT. Agent
FUR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
THE STEAMER EMILIE, CAPT.
_I P. C. LEWIS, will receive freight THIS
DAT. at south Commor lal Wh ?vf. and leave as above
TO-MOBBOW (Friday) HORNING, 18th Instant, at g
Returning, will leave Georgetown on MONT ATC
Mo RU INO, 19th Instant, at daylight
All freight prepaid.
No freight received after sun**t
BHAOKELFoRD A- KELLY, Agents, i
No. 1 Bo j oe'? Wharf.
Fare to Georgetown and South Island.$4 00
Fare to Keithfleld, Waverly ?ud Brook Orean
Meals extra. 1 April IS
FUR WRIGHT'S BM FF.
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE SAN TEE RtVZB.
r ^tD? THE STEAMER MARION. CAP?
.hj?^J?r~rf*Tk IN j, T. FoaiEB is receiving
Freight ou Accommodation Whari, aud will leave
WBDITZSAX MottNiNo, lath lust
Apply to JOHN FERGUSON.
April 10 _.
ONLY TWO AND A fJALr BOURS AT SEA.
THROUOH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHA It LESION AND btVANNAH STEAM PACKET
TBE Sift Ad Eb PILOT BOY, CAP?
ITALS FEHN Pros, wv leave Accom?
modation Wharf every MONDAY and THDBSDAX Moa?.
mos, at 8 o'clock, touching ai B -au ort only;
returning will leave .-avannan IUESDAX and FRIDAT,
at 9 o'clock A. M., making the trip iu o eren hours.
The steamer FAN M li. ?.aptaiu AOATB will leave
Charleston every WEDNESDAY MORNINO at 8 o'olook
touching at Edisto, Cbisolm's Land n i. Bsantort ?nd
Hilton Head; romr-in*, leav- Savannah ovary [HUBS>
DAT, at 2 o'clock P. M., teaching at the above land?
Will touch at Bluffton on the second WEDNESDAY
in every month, going and re urning.
For Freight or Passage a pp lr to
April G Accomm-dar>on wnart
KOlt I'ALATKA, f'I.OKIUA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON?
THE FIRM-OASS STEAM SB
_j DICTATOR. Captain Wu. T. MCNEL?
TY. ^111 soil from Charleston ever- luetaag Acinaf,
at Eight o'clock, tor the above points.
The tirst-c'ana Steamer CITY POINT,Captain GEO,
K. MCMILLAN will - ail from Charleston every Fri?
day Evening, al Eight o'clock, for anuru pointe.
connecting with the Central Railroad at savannah
for Mobile and Ne? Orleans, and witb toe Florida
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at which
point slumers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola. Key West and H ?ran?.
Tbroucb Bills Ladtmj given for Fr?lant to Mobile,
Pensacola and New Orleans.
''onnecf mo witt ff s. ffari'i Keawri Oetawaha
and Griffin for Silver Springt and Lakes Griffin, Bat?
tit, Barrit and Durham.
AU freight o'yable on ?he wharf.
Goods not removed at auusu' <ri'l be stored at ris
and expense of owners.
For Freight or Passage enrtaemrt t, apply to
J. D. AIKEN & C"., Agents.
MJiub AtbnH? ?hart
N. B.-No extra charoo for ilt??.< aod Statoroom?.
EXCURSIONS AttOVW >'OK 'lAKSOB.'
THEFINK. FAST SAIMNO Ah DOOM
vFORTAl!T.y appointed Yacht KXEANOB
.Will resume her trip.- to bmlorlr pomts *aj
tuc b iri) r. aud will leave Oovertment
wWMeil? at len A. M. und Ibm P. ??
Fo- Paspage apply to 1 ByMA> YOUNO
Dereni MU Cantal-i oa board.
HAMfOOlNG AND HAlR-CUT'llNG.
LADIES AND JH1LDBEN
attended at their residencos promptly and at reason
SendorderBto W. E. MARSHALL, B ir ber,
April U Ko, 31 Croad-atreet (up stairs.)