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33 3P' Telesrapla.
WASHINGTON. February 28.-Thc Ilousc
of Bepresentativcs, by a large majority,
hare postponed, until thc second Tuesday
in April, the Constitutional amendment,
giving Congress the power to make all ne?
cessary laws to secure to citizens of the
several State?, and to all persons in tho
States, equal protection in the right of life,
liberty sud property.
The" Republicans are disagreed among
themselves as to what effect this may have,
and. therefore, postpone this part of the
work of the Committee on Reconstruction,
with but a poor show of its ultimate pas?
The indications are that tho Committee
on Reconstruction will soon make a report
in favor of tho admission of the representa?
tives from Tennessee.
Old Newspapers for Sale,
T>? the hundred or thousand, at
Jj March 2 P1IONTX OFFICE.
Notice for Commissioners.
THE Commissioners of tho Poor, Roads
and Public Ruildings, will please to
five me ;..< 'ico of tho per eent. to be laid
y them Zo their different Boards, by tho
10th da f of March, on a supposed amount
of $25,oVn> of State Taxes, March 1, 18G0.
THOS. H. WADE, T. C. R. D.
March 2 C
JUST received bv recent arrivals, an as?
sortment of AMBER CREAM ALE, by
the barrel or at retail. Families can bo
supplied with this choice beverage.
. 1 have also just received a fine supplv of
tho best BRANDIES. WHISKIES and
WINES, all of which will bc sold at reason?
able prices. March 2 2
ANY '?ne knowing of the whereabouts ;
or fate of JOHN G. HAYNIE, of Com- j
pany F, 8th Texas Cavalry-better known
as the Texas Rangers, Wheeler's Cavalry
Corps, who was reported to have been
eapturod on the 17th day of February, I
1865, at Saluda Mills, near "Columbia, S. C.,
will confer a lasting obligation upon his
distressed parents, by communicating tho
same to J. A. HAYNIE, at Nickerson's
Hotel, Columbia, S. C. March 2 3*_
Tax Collector's Notice.
MY State Tax Books will be opened on
WEDNESDAY, the 7di Of March,
for receiving returns and making assess?
ments for th? year I860. My books will be
closed for returns on the 14th of April.
All Tax-payers failing to make their re?
turns before tho above date, will subject
themselves to a double tax. The Collector
requests all to come forward and make
their returns as promptly as horetofore.
My office wUl be at my residence on thc
corner of Richland and Bull streets. Ofiieo
hours from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
March 2 fi T. H. W ADE, T. C. lt. D.
Opposite Ruins of Janney's Hotel.
AND COMMISSION STORE ! !
SYMMERS & Ff-?KY
HAVE opened their new store opposito
the ruins of Janney's Hotel.
Having unsurpassed advantages in tho
purchase of gc ds, we can offer our cus?
tomers, wholesale and retail, all the in?
ducements any house out of New York can
pretend to do.
(VEO. SYMMERS, I M. H. BERRY,
Of the late firm of Columbia, S. C.
Silcox, Bro. A Co. j March 2 S j
OF THE GROWTH OF 1865.
I^HE subscriber has just received, and is j
. now opening, a very large stock of
LANDRETH'S GENUINE GARDEN
SEEDS, of last year's crop-embracing all
the varieties usually cultivated in this cli?
mate; together with several rare kinds not
hitherto known here.
As heretofore, he is prepared to supply
country dealers with any quantity of these
well-known and highly-approved seeds,
neatly put up in convenient-sized packages,
and at such prices as will insure satisfac?
tory profits. A supply of ONION SETTS,
produced from tho seed, which will give
the grower tho largest, smoothest, and, in
evory respect, thc finest Onions; and that
in a very few weeks. Also, BIRD SEEDS
of everv kind, verv carefully cleaned.
South side Plain street, midway between
Baptist Church and Nickerson's HuLel.
March 2 2
tar The Newberry Herald, Spartanburg
Spartan, Anderson Intelligencer, Winns
boro Register, will please give the above
two insertions and send bills to this office.
AT NOS. 5 and 6 BRYCE'S RANGE.
JUST coming into store:
White Wine and Cider VINEGAR.
Pint, quart and half gallon Glass Jars
PICKLES, of all kinds.
HORSE RADISH. French Mustard, Ac.
Ten different kinds of Biscuits, Crackers
and Cakes, consisting in part of Arrow
Root, Milk, Lemon and Egg Biscuits; Gin?
ger Snaps, Butter, Fancy and Walnut
Crackers-very pleasant articles for the
Prepared Coffee, in cans and packages
Saltpetre, Ground Ginger. Indigo Blue.
Moro choap Flour and fresh Buckwheat
Flonr, with sundry otherarticles of Familv
Considerable additions to HARDWARE.
Ames' and other Spade* and Shovels, in?
cluding Pronged andLong-handl?d Spades,
Patent and Elwell's Hoe?.
Hand Saws, of all qualities-fome very
Long and Short-handled Fry Pans, Ac.
All of which will be sold by the sub?
scriber at his usual
SMALL PROFITS A ND LO W PRICES.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
JUST received, a fresh supply of KERO?
SENE OIL, TANNER'S OIL, LINSEED
A complete variety of VARNISHES. For
sale cheap for cash bv
Feb 27 DIAL ic POPE.
Tile Revolutions Adopted at the Great
Meeting in Washington.
Tho following are the resolutions re?
ported by the Hon. Charlos Mason, and
unanimously adopted at the meeting held
in Washington on tho *2d February:
Resolved, That on this anniversary of
tho birth-day of him who was "first in
war, first in peace, and first in the hearts
of his countrymen," it- becomes an appre?
ciative and grateful people to hold com?
munion ?iib the spirit ny which he was
ever animated; to show their respect for
the illustrious dead by attempting to follow
his footsteps, and to be guided by his ad?
monitions; and to place in strong relief,
inviting to emulation, tho outlines of a
character, whoso moral grandeur and un?
selfish devotion to the public welfare, will
over render it the chosen model of Ameri?
can patriotism through all coming time.
Resolved, That the Constitution of the
United States was the outgrowth and
crowning glory of that great revolution
which his courage and fortitude conducted
through discouragement and disaster to
final and complete success; and that by
our veneration for that immortal instru?
ment, and by our determination to pre?
serve it "pure and undefiled," we can best
evince our gratitude to its authors, and |
secure to ourselves and our posterity tho
inestimable blessings it is calculated to
Resolved, That the vitality of this groat
covenant depends primarily upon the inde?
structibility of thc St ites which are the
parties thereto, and their preservation in
the full exercise of all their normal func?
tions, and that he who would eradicate or
pervert this cardinal principle, aims a fatal
blow at the most vital portion of the sys?
tem of which it. is the heart and centre,
arid acts in utter disregard of the spirit
and intent of those by whom it was framed
Resolved, That ours is a Government of
law; that punishment for offences, how?
ever heinous, cannot be dictated by arbi?
trary vengeance; that no ex post facto law
can bc rightfully established either by
statutory enactment or by constitutional
amendment, and no moro as against a
community than as against an individual;
that as no punishment had ever been pro?
vided against a State for an attempt to
secede from tho Union, none eau now bo
legitimately inflicted, either by enforcing
disabilities or otherwise; that, therefore,
any delinquent State, from tho moment it
returns to its allegiance and resumes its
rightful position as a member of the Fede?
ral Government, becomes entitled to the
exercise of all its rights under tho Consti?
tution-including that, of being represent?
ed in each branch of Congress-which it
enjoyed before the commission of its of?
fence. It is better that wrong should go
unpunished than that it should be redress?
ed through a violation of law.
Resolved, That the only lawful ground
on which any member of either House of
Congrcou can bo prevented from taking
his seat on an equal footing with any other
member, must bo that his election"or tho
returns thereto have not been in accord?
ance with the law, or that he does not pos?
sess the requisite qualifications for his
position; and that in deciding upon such
qualifications, none other can bo consid?
ered than those prescribed in the Consti?
tution of tho United States.
Resolved, That they who illegally at?
tempt to exclude tho representation of any
State from seats in the Federal Congross",
or who in any other way endeavor to pre?
vent tho full restoration of the Union
under tho Constitution, are emphatically
disunionists, and aro equally culpable in
principle with those who have heretofore
disturbed the harmony of our great politi?
cal system-being accessories after tho
fact of the great wrong which has been
perpetrated, by thus aiding in its perpe?
Resolved, That the Constitution of tho
United States purposely and carefully ab?
stains from any. interference with the
qualification of electors in any of tho
States of the Uuion, and that any attempt
on the part of Congress to prescribe to any
State a new rule on the subject is a mani?
fest departure from the spirit and princi?
ple on which our system is founded, and
should ever receive, as it deserves, the un?
qualified reprehension of every true fi ?cn J
of our cherished institutions.
Resolved, That the people of the District
of Columbia, though governed by Congress
under the Constitution, are still citizens
and not subjects; that the fundamental
principias of Republican Government are
just as applicable and just as sacred hero
as in any of the States, though not pro?
tected by the same sanctions: that the will
of the people should be equally the guide
for the legislator in relation to our local
soncerns; and that, therefore, tho late
action of the House of Representatives in
passing a bill giving tho indiscriminate
right of suffrage to tho African race resid?
ing in thc District, in opposition to tho ex?
pressed and almost unanimous wish of the
people, has been in palpable disregard ol
what we believe to be the manifest duty ol
the legislator in a Government like ours.
Resolved, That the sudden elevation ol
; inexperienced, uneducated negroes in
those States where they constitute any
considerable portion of the entire popula?
tion, to the full privileges of American ci?
tizens, would be fraught with tho most im?
minent danger to our whole political fabric;
that whether that race is capable of evoi
becoming qualified for the exercise of the
great and delicate tru9t,discharged through
the elective franchise or not, they are cer
tr inly not so at presont, and that the
j hasty and indiscriminate bestowal upor
them of this high prerogative is calculated
I if not intended, to bring the whole systeir
! of popular institutions into disrepute, b}
j practically demonstrating tho incapability
?of tho great mass of mankind for intel]*
I gent self-government.
j Resolved, That tho grand old declaratior
; that "all men aro created equal," wai
I never intended by its authors, nor under
I stood by the peopla for whom it was made
j as placing the African race in this countrj
! on a civil, social or political level with th<
Constitution; that to give it such a signifi
cation would be to charge a largo propor
tion of those who were engaged in making
and sustaining it with the rankest hypo
crisv, inasmuch as they were all the whili
holding large numbers of what was con
fe8sedly an inferior race in dependent
and servitude; that even if this broad do
claration was meant to apply to all humai
beings alike, it does not follow that tb
Chinese or tho negro, any moro than the fe
males and children of our own blood, shouh
exercise thc right of suffrage- and tha
while we are Willing to accord to thos
exotic and unas?imifablo fellow-oreature;
all the privileges necessary for their per
eonal well being, we will never consent t
imperil tho sacred inheritance derive
from our revolutionary fathers by entrust
ing it partly to tho guardianship of thos
who know not its value, and who caro nc
j for its preservation.
Resolved, That the letter, and moro Cf
i pecially thc spirit, of our Federal Constiti
tion aims to counteract the natural ter
doney to a centralization of power in fh
hands of the Genend Government; tlu
every indication of a breach through tli
barrier thus provided should bo watche
with the utmost vigilance, and be registe
with tho most uncompromising dotermini
tion at its earliest, manifestation; that v
have, therefore, witnessed with tho utmoi
alarm tho recent reckless disregard i
Constitutional restraint on tho part of tl
governing majorities in both branches
Congress, as indicating a public dang'
quito as great as that from which we have
so recently been delivered, and with hearts
overflowing Tith joy and gratitude we hail
th? recent veto message of President John?
son, which has said potentially to this an?
tagonist revolution, "Thus far shalt thou
go and no farther."'
Resolved, That while tho present condi?
tion of the "freedman," wher?ver ho may
now be founf, justly excites our ardent
sympathies, we do not forget that the
whole country is filled with unalleyiated
miseries among those of our own kindred;
that the Federal Government ?B not an
elemosynary establishment, intended to
provide remedies for cases of individual
suffering; and that the organization of .a
gigantic scheme of public charity for the
especial, if not exclusive, benefit of a favor?
ed class-involving, as it does, the squan?
dering of untold millions from a common
and almost exhausted treasury-?B not
only unauthorized by the articles of the
Federal compact, but is making an invi?
dious discrimination against thousands of
equally meritorious sufferers, many of
whom have been reduced to penury
through bereavements resulting from de?
votion to public duty and acts of noble
Resolved, That in the present condition
of our national finances, it is not only im?
perative upon U8 to practico all reasonable
public economy, but that every dictate of
sound policy prompts to the calling into
immediate requisition of all tho productive
energies of our whole people; that in such
circumstances to discourage tho cultivation
of any of tho great staples from wdience
our national resources are derived, would
be an act of suicidal folly; that wo, there?
fore, regard tho disheartening treatment
of our erring but repentant fellow-citi
zens of the South, by those who have seizod
upon the exclusive legislative power of the
Government, as calculated to paralyze
some of our most important industrial
pursuits at this momentous crisis-thus
manifesting a cardinal error in statesman?
ship, to say nothing of its illegality-and
that it calls imperatively for the indignant
reprehension of all those whoso legitimate
personal interests are thus about to be
sacrificed for the promotion of selfish par?
Resolved, That the Government founded
by Washington and his coadjutors reposed
upon the willing Union of the component
States, that upon no other principle can a
free republic like ours bo maintained; that
such a Union can only be perpetuated
through obedience to the law of lifo in
which it originated. Hate begets hate; in?
jury provokes to retaliation; envy excites
repulsion and destroys Union. But jus?
tice aud .generosity and acts of fraternal
kindness create that elective affinity which
holds individuals and States indissolubly
united. We have tried the diabolical sys?
tem of policy, and havo seen the results.
Shall "Wo not now heed the lessons of Di?
vine wisdom, uttered more than eighteon
centuries ago, and made applicable to our
political condition through the lips of the
Father of his Country? These would have
preserved us in peace. They can even yet
restore us to Union, prosperity and great?
Resolved, That on this natal day of the
patriot hero of America, it is eminently
proper that we should endeavor to inspire
a sympathetic fervor in tho bosoms of all
our fellow-countrymen, and that we should
invite a united effort for the full restoration
of that Union which was so signally tho
object of his patriotic devotion. We there?
fore call upon our fellow-citizens, of every
shade of political opinion on other sub?
jects, to rally around tho flag ot the Union,
with its thirty-six stars entire, and to
stand by him who now fills the seat and
who has unmistakably manifested a deter?
mination to move in the political foot-prints
of Washington. On this auspicious day
let a voice go forth from this metropolis,
which is called by bis "ame, and which is
on other accounts so intimately associated
with his memory, that shall awaken an
echo in every patriotic heart throughout
our wide domain. We have had enough of
war and bitterness; let us from henceforth
cultivate the spirit of peaco and national
concord. Let us learn from our past mis?
fortunes that the perpetual Union we all
seek, can never bo secured without pre?
serving that feeling out of which it sprung,
and by following the counsels of him who
did so much to bring it into being, and of
him who is now laboring in the same spirit
to effect its early restoration.
Resolved, That the wise, humane and
patriotic efforts of President Johnson to
restore all the States to their appropriate
orbits commands our unqualified approba?
tion; that we doubt not they will bo fully
endorsed by the American people, now and
hereafter; and that when this meeting ad?
journs we will repair to the Executive man?
sion, in order that wo may, by our personal
presence, give greater emphasis to the as?
surances of respect and confidence with
which he is regarded by all the true friends
of national Union and harmony through?
out our re-united country.
JUST arrived in Charleston, 100 tons of
FORD'S PHOSPHATE, which I can
supply to our planters on the most liberal
terms". For circulars, with terms, &c, ap?
ply without delay.
JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent,
March 1 3_Colbmbia, S. C.
STRAYED or stolen, from the
residence of Col. T. B. Clarkson,
Vn this city, on Monday night
.last, a DARK BAY MARE, about
fourteen hands high, with thin mane and
tail-the latter rather long. The above
reward will be given for her delivery at
Col. Clarkson's, or at Mr. Barnwell Hoy
ward's plantation, on the Wateree; or $5
for information leading to her recovery.
Taken Up as an Estray,
_ ON the 27th February, a small
tWrVBAY MARE, with black mane and
QSJI tail, some white spots in forehead,
and saddle marks on her back, thirteen
hands high, about six years old.
March 1 3*_ At Hall A Long's Mill.
CHOICE NEW YORK HAMS, STRIPS,
j Family, Extra and Fine FLOUR,
j Prime WESTERN LARD.
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
Fresh BUTTER CRACKERS.
Just received and for sale by
WHO ALSO HAS FOR SALE:
HAY, CORN, OATS.
March 1 2*
Watch-maker and Jeweler,
HAVING removed to John C.
Seegers' store, on Main street and
_jcngagcd competent workmen, is now
prroared to REPAIR WATCHES and JEW?
ELRY, and to manufacturo plain GOLD
RINGS and JEWELRY according to order.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
IMPORTING AND MANM G DREGGI
TO. imw? KIKS ST.? GLun2?STO?L s
OFFER FOR SALE AT NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES
1 AA OZ. FLOWERS BENZINE. 1 oz.
200 lbs. BLUE MASS, 1 lb. pots.
50 lbs Extracts Colocynth, etc.
1,000 lbs. Cream Tartar, 15 lb. cans.
200 lbs. Yeast Powders.
50 lbs. Iodide Potass.
200 lbs. Tartaric and Citric Acids.
10 bbls. Borax, refined.
200 lbs. Camphor, refined.
300 lbs. Calomel.
80 lbs. Sweet Spirits Nitre, 1 lb. bottles.
50 lbs. Chloroform.
200 lbs. Coleman's Mustard, C lb. cann.
20 bbls. Epsom Salts.
20 bbl?. Alum.
RILL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS, MEDICINES, AC., ON BAND.
MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP !
By Saving wul Using your Waste'Grease.
BU? ONE BOX OF THE
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing
OE CONCENTRATED LYE.
IT will make 10 pounds of excellent HARD
SOAP, or 25 gallons of thc very best
SOFT .SOAP, for only about 35 CENTS.
Directions on each box. For sale at all
Drug and Grocery stores, and in lots at
WM. M. ELTilCOTT &.JBONS,
No. 3 Spear's Wharf,
March 1 3uio Baltimore, Md.
THE undersigned aro prepared to fur?
nish LUMBER, of all kinds and in anv
quantity, at short notice-dolivered cither
in Columbia or at tho Mill. Orders can be
left with T. H. BERRY, at Thos. J. Gibson's
store, Main street. HALL Sz LONG.
Feb 23 _Imo
MR. JOHN E. MEISTER
REQUESTS all persons having demands
against bim to present them, verified
by affidavits, to WM. H. TALLEY, Esq.,
of Columbia. Feb 28 3*
$&~ Camden Journal please copy three
times and present bill.
KC\ AAA LBS- IRON-Band. Bar,
.Jv/.Uvv Sheet, Hoop, Horse-shoe
and Rod Iron.
10,000 lbs. CAST and PLOW STEEL. For
sale bv FISHER ?? LOWRANCE,
Feb*2S 6* Main street, Columbia. S. C.
JQ" Newberry Herald, Abbeville Bonner,
Winnsboro News. Camden Journal.. Sumter
Watchm-an and Edgefield Advei'liser copy
two weeks and send bills to this office.
OILS! OILS ! !
Fine MACHINE OIL,
For salo bv FISHER Sc LOWRANCE.
Feb 25 _ _
LANDRETH'S NEW CROP
OF evcrv variet/, just received and for
sale at E. POLLARD'S,
Feb 28 t6? _Centre of Main street.
IE CREAM CANDY ff
SOMETHING new and delicious, and re?
sembles ice cream in everything except
coldness. 1,000 pounds, assorted flavors
Vanilla, Orange, Lemon, Strawberry, Pine
Apple, Chocolate-for sale at
Feb 28 f6* Centre of Main street.
OF DIFFERENT SIZES and STYLES.
MAGNIFICENT FAMILY BIBLES
PRAYER-BOOKS AND CHURCH SER?
Together with a complete stock of every?
thing in our lino, at LOW PRICES for
CASH. TOWNSEND A NORTH,
Feb 27 $3 Booksellers.
ASMALL INVOICE of GAS FIXTURES,
consisting of one and two light Pen?
dants, one, two and three Swing Brackets,
Reading Lights, new style Shades, Burn?
Orders taken for CHANDELIERS at Phi?
ladelphia prices. W. B. STANLEY.
Premium Platform Scales.
A FULL supply of PLATFORM SCALES,
I\_ capacity from 400 to 1,200 pounds. In
store and for sale aheap for cash by
Feb 1 DIAL St POPB.
CORN FOR SALE.
5AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
-UUU NORFOLK CORN, which we
will sell low for cash.
RICHARD O'NEALE & SON.
OATS, FLOUR, CORN AND HAY!
BY FISHER & LOWRANCE.
ADELIGHTFUL, airy, furnished BED
CHAMBER, with tho uso of a parlor,
in part, in Lumber street, four squares
and a half from Main street, and in the
vicinity of the Arsenal. Terms very mode
' rate. "Inquire at tho ofiico of tho Phoenix.
OPPOSITE OLD JAIL,
HAS just received a largo
stock of GUNS, RIFLES and
PISTOLS, of tho most im?
proved patterns. Also, La?
dies' Pistols. With a large assortment of
Sportsmen's Apparatus, Caps and Car?
tridges of all kinds, Ac.
Ho has procured tho services of tho most
competent workmen, and is propared to
repair, at shortest notice, all kinds of Fire?
arms, Sewing Machines, ic. Fob 22 Imo
A List of Letters
REMAINING in thc Post Office, Colum?
bia, S. C., March 1. 186C.
Persons calling for letters in this hst
will please say, 'They are advertised.''
Allen, Miss It M (caro Loranco, S D
Dr Hancock,) Lowrance, C D
Adams, Maurice Lucius, J S
Allen, Jacob G Lurk, Solomon
Alston, Charles Lucke, Moses
Alston, Mrs M Mary Ann, (col) care
Anderson&Frceman, H Baker,
Anderson, Bichard Manago, Mrs M
Arlodge, Mrs J A Managault, Trim
Arnold, Maj J M Markee, Dias N
Bailey, Mrs B E Marsh, Malcolm
Baton, Miss Fanny Martin, Miss C C
Banister, Wm Martin, Z
Batman, Mrs Katy Marshall, Mrs C
Bell, Chas E Matthews Mrs E
Beogg, Mrs D Maulsby, LDL
Bews, H McAlister, Wm
Blann, Miss Dinah McConnel, W A
Booker, Miss L J McCay, W S
Bowman, B A McGovsran, John
Brassel, Edward McGee, John W
Brennan, Miss B McGrady, Mrs B
Brooks, Samuel J McKay, Allen
Brown, Dick McKee, Mrs M
Brown, Miss Ella McKenery, Mr? K
Brown, Chas H McKnall, Thos
Brown, Miss Mary Mehully, Miss E A
Brown, Hon B 2 Milligan, James
Brown, Mis3 Gabel Mitchell, Mrs M
Brown, Mrs M A Mike, Chrower
Brown, Mrs John P Mevers, J H
Bunhnrst, Miss T A Moak, S W
Burrows, Harry S Morgan, Mrs H J
Bush, Mrs Maria Morgan, Deter
Borde, Allen (care Morrel, Wm
Mrs Cords,,) Morbin. WQC
Cahill, John Moses, Hon BT
Campbell, John C Mott, Miss Sarah
Campion, J Morcus, Mrs James
Chapin, Mrs Martin Myers, Bobert 2
Cilles, Saunico Myers, David
Clark, A B Muckenfuss, Dr B A
Clay, Chas T Murphv, J F
Cloud, A S Nelson" Mrs C
Cloud, J F A J S Newman, J CC
Cowdrey A Co, Nicholson, Wm II
Colman, lt L Nutten, Harry
Comer, Thoa Oakes, Mrs Z B
Coker, James O'Keiley, Miss M
Cook, George Pekett," Jeff'
Coogan, Michael Peugh, Miss G
Cowies, Gaillard Parrot, Mr
Crane, Miss S Pearse, Samuel
Creman, Florence Perkins, Elizabeth
Crockett, Osborne Persons, H
Daniel, Mrs M J M Perrv, Miss A
Darby, Miss Mary E Pinckney, T
Davia, Kira Ann 2 Pinckney, Mrs L
Dean, Capt E J Tolil. Baudall A Co,
Debose, Miss Sallie Pollard, Wm
Dennis, Mrs Malvina Pooley, W J
Derrick, BOT D l'outen J J
Dickson, E J Bandall, J B
Dinkina, Moses Baw, Miss H
Duff, Samuel Bevnolds, John
Duke, Philip Bhett, Miss S
Durant, Miss A M Bichardson, Mrs M i
Erwin, Jas (care B Bichardson, H
S Henry,) Bice, H W S
Earle, Miss Lilly Bise, Daniel
Edwards, Joseph Bite, S S
English, Phoub? Bobinson, P
Eualey, E Bobinson, F
Ervan, W T Bobbus, P
Falk. J W Bobbins, J
Fields. John S Bobarts, W T
Ferrell, Thomas Bodgers, J ?
Fleming, B G Sauders, SA :
Foster, J N Sanders, G W
Friso, Prof A Sanders, Mrs L
Gafford, Jas Scharttc, John
Gary, P L Scott, Jacob
Gardner, Bosetta Scott, Nat
Garner, Albert Sessions, John
Garner, Gilbert Scofield, Mrs S
Gaston, Warren bcxton, Mrs P
Geaninia, F 2 Shannon, David
Germany, Jackson Sharp, Mrs S A
Giorannia, A F Sheppard, Wm
Gladden, C Seeger, Wm
Gayer, Wm B Simmon, Fitz John
Glover, Wm Semines, C E
Glover, Martha Slygh, Wm F
Glover, Benjamin Sloane, Wm
Golden, Mr? Nancy Snowden, Mrs
Goodwin, HG 2 Spears, G F
Goodwin, Miss C Spencer, W A
Gordon, Mrs J W Starkey, J W
Graesar, C A Starkey, A
Greene, Watson A Stanloy, F B
Walsh, Measra Staines, W A
Gibbes, Jeffery Stewart, Thos
Gregg, Dr D P Stewart, E
Gregory, Wm D Steffens A Co,
Hagood, J C Sweelay A Wallace,
Hall, Mrs Mary Smith, Mrs J E
Harleston, Bich Smith, Mrs Bosa
Harleston, Miss M Smith, Miss Nelly
Harper, Thomas Smith, Miss Laura
Harring, Charles Sudley, Miss H
Hastings, C Strocler, Mrs S (ca
Hayne, PT GA Hall, )
Haywood, Ned Simmons, Mrs Will
Henning, MrsjB (care Mrs Brown
He.: -y, J W Talbert, John E
Henry, Sammie G Tener & Davis,
Henderson, Mrs H Thompson, John \
Heyward, Tal Thomson, Dennis
Higgins, David C Tillman, F C
Hogan, Capt J D Tracey, James
Holmes, Dr A A Tracey, John
Hood, Mrs ' nn H Trager, C
Horlbeck, Miss M Tye, G
Hughes, T A Turner, M J
Hutton, H V Turnipseed, Dr E :
Jacobs, F C Tucker, J
Fitz, James J Tutt, W G
Jenkins, Tony Vatterson, John
Johnson, Evelina 2 Walkinson, Mrs M.
Johnson, Mrs M Williams, Mrs C
Johnson, Tener (care Mrs McMidle
Johnson, Geo M Walton, John
Joiner, Bobert Walker, J H
Jones, Ircdel 2 Walker, Joseph
Jones, Henry Walker, Miss Lydi
Jordane, Miss C Waring, T B
Joyner, > bsaloni Warren, Miss S W
June, John F Ware, Miss M J
Kealer, Mrs Sophie Webb, Walter
Keith, J A West, T W
Kennedy, Mrs F Wheeler, J B
Kingman, J W Whilden, B F
Kinaler, Capt Edw'd Wilkerson, Mrs 31
Klainbeck, Mrs L Williams, Mrs H
Kreamer, Willio Witherspoon,Mrs
Kricunel, John Wilson, iiev B
Lauza, John Wilhams, Miss N
Lawrence, C Wilzue, Miss Mar
, Leigbttcr, Tohn Worthington, A C
Lesesne, H D Wylie, Dr A P
Lilner, H Yinker, Mrs G
March 2 JAME? C. JANNEY, P.
By LEVIN & PELXOTT?.
THIS (Friday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock, w?
will sell, at our store,
A variety of Household FURNITURE,
among which are:
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Chairs, Tables.
Feather Beds, Mattresses.
Washstands, Looking Glasses.
Kerosene L^ips^Tlasswaro, Ac.
Bj Levin & Peixotto.
THIS MORNING. 2d. at 10 o'clock, wc will
sell, immediately after sale of Furniture,
4 boxes fine Granulated Sugar.
5 boxes Family Soap.
3 boxes Starch.
Boxes Fipos, Fancy Soaps.
Superior Champagne, ftc.
A lot of very superior genuine Havana
Immediately after which, the following
valuable Books, inperfect order:
76 vols. London Quarterly Review, hand?
somely bound, commencing from 1809 tc)
20 vols. Edinburg Review, 1802 to 1815.
Essaisede Montaigne, 4 vols., handsome?
Biblioth?que Portraiture, 3 vols., hand?
Lives from the Clarendon Gallery, 3 vois.,
Van Hale's Narrative, History of England.
Eclectic Gilt Book, 2 vols.
Fielding's Works, 4 vols.
Lectures on the English Language.
Life in Abyssinia, and a great variety of
desirable works, belonging to a private
library. March 2 2
Catalogue Sale of 500 Lots Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hals, Millinery, Silks
? and Notions.
i BY MCKAY & CAMPBELL.
ON TUESDAY, Cth March, at 10 o'clock, at
our store, next to Post Office, Hasel
street, Charleston, S. C., will be sold,
Linc of DRESS GOODS, GINGHAMS and
100 cases and cartoons Roots, Shoes,
Hats and Straw Goods.
Cases Trimmed Hats, Silk and Belt Rib?
bons, Dress Silks, Notions, Ac.
Conditions cash. Feb 28 1
Lot and Building.
By A. R. Phillips.
ON MONDAY next, the 5th March, (sale
day,) at ll o'clock a. m., I will sell, at tho
Court House, by order of the Trustees,
A LOT on the North side of Medium
streetjbetween Gatos and Assembly streets,
with tho building thereon, known as tho
Medium Street Church. The lot contains
one-fourth of an acre. The house is about
25 by 40 feet. Terms cash. Feb 27
LEVIN ft PEIXOTTO, Auctioneers.
, John Logan et ux el al. vs. Rufus J. Reid
THE Commissioner in Equity for Rich?
land District will sell at public ?ale, at
I the Court House in Columbia, on the first
MONDAY in March next, the LOTS not
disposed of at tho former sale under de?
cree of Court in above ?ase.
TERMS.-One-fourth cash; balance on n.
credit of one, two and three years, secured
by bond and mortgage.
Plats of the unsold lots can bo seen at
mv office. Purchasers to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Feb 13 tnf6
TANNERY, TOOLS, STOCK,
CORN ANO mm :
IWILL sell, at the Yard known as Cruik
shanks' Tan-vard, Pickens District, ten
miles from Greenville C. H., on WEDNES?
DAY', 7th March next, at auction, that
SPLENDID TRACT OF LAND, containing
about 711 acres-200 acres open, 75 of
which is bottomland; tho balance in woods.
On th? tract there is one of the best TAN?
NERIES in the State. There is also a
BARK and CORN MILL, worked by water
power, and all necessary buildings, on the
place. Tho Tan-yard is in full operation,
working 120 vats of all kinds. Corn Mill
self-sustaining. Tho tract is situated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda River, in
At the same time and place, will be sold.
The CATTLE, HORSES.
CORN, FODDER, POTATOES.
1,000 lbs. BACON.
6U cords RED-OAK BARK.
For further information, apply at the
I Tan-vard, or to me, at this place.
JULIUS C. SMITH,
Asct'r and Commission Merchant,
Feb_21__ Greenville, S.jC.
Desirable Family Residence for Sale or
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
j ?Pf THAT handsome Two-atorv BUILD
JhuLxNG-the late residence of Major J. D.
Hill-situated on the corner of Gadsden
and Lumber streets, near tho State Arse
I nal. Tho building contains eight well
finished rooms, with every convenience.
Out-buddings, such as Servant?' Rooms,
Stable, Carriage House, ftc, complete. The
lot contains a naif acre, a linc garden spot,
weU of fino water, ftc. Apply as above,
corner of Plain and Assembly streets.
Payment of City Debt by an Issne
of City Six Per Cent. Stock.
OFFICE CITY TREASURER,
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 14,1866.
THE City Treasurer is ready- to ISSUE
CERTIFICATES for the amounts of
interest duo to Stockholders on the 1st of
January, 1866, and the redeemable Stocks
and Bonds remaining due at samo date, in
pursuance of the City Ordinances "To
Provide for the Payment of Arrears of
Principal and Interest on tho City Debt by
an ISPHC of City Stock."
Tl-e Certificates will be issued to the
na'jes of Stockholders as shown by tho
books of the office, and delivered only to
thc parties therein named, their legal rep?
resentatives or attorneys appointed to re?
ceive and receipt for the same.
In all cases it will be necessary that
partios who wish to draw their interest
through agents shall give new orders or
powers of attorney, and renewed evidence
of legal representation will bo required.
Tho hooks for tl J issue and transfer of
this stock will be open every day until the
17th of March, and re-opened on tho 1st of
The Ordinance of February 13, 1866, di?
rects that "The City Treasurer shall bo
authorized to pay such portions of stock
as shall be less than ten dollars in curren?
cy, so that there shah not appear on any
Certificate of Stock a fractional sum of
less than ten dollars, and so that no new
Certificate shall bo for a less sum than fiftv
These Certificates will bear interest, pay?
able quarterly, from the 1st of January,
1866. A. CAMPBELL,
Feb 24 10 City Treasurer.