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Gnat Fire- in^Cincinnati.
CETCISSATI, March 23.-There was a
great conflagration in this city, this morn?
ing, by which Pake's Opera House, the En
inivrer office and several prominent business
establishments were entirely destroyed.
LOBS estimated ai ?200,000.
From South America.
NEW YORK, March 23.-Tho steamship !
Aspinwall has arrived from Panama, with
South American dates to the 15th inst.
Two Spanish frigatos have been repulsed
in an attack on Chilean fortifications.
Bolivia has entered into an alliance,
offensive and defensive, with Chile and
Porn is preparing to take a fnll share in
The Colombian Congress has rejected a
proposition to declare var against Spain.
A Readable Debate in Congress.
On Tuesday, when Mr. Morrill had
offered a resolution to appropriate
$25,000 to the destitute negroes*in
the District of Columbia, Mr. Sauls
bury offered an amendment appro?
priating a like sum for the relief of ?
the destitute white people of the
District, to be appropriated under
the direction of the Mayor of Wash- j
Mr. Morrill said no appeal had
been made to the committee in be?
half of the poor white people of the
District, and he thought the Senator j
was paying a very poor compliment
to them to ask for such an appropria?
tion. The poverty and helplessness ;
of these poor colored people was
well known. He would suggest to
the Senator to withdraw his amend?
Mr. Saulsbury said that he had no
doubt that there were hundreds and
thousands of poor colored people in
the District, but he never walked
Pennsylvania Avenue that he was not
solicited by poor little white girls and
boys for alms. There were thousands
of whites in the District to-day who
were just as helpless as the blacks.
We were told that when slavery was
abolished in this District it was to be
converted into a paradise. A very
graphic picture of that paradise has
just been drawn by the Senator from
Maine (Mr. Morrill). He did not see
so much destitution among the ne?
groes of this District. Day after day,
when he looked up into these galle?
ries, he saw hale, hearty, young
colored men, vie wing the proceedings.
And how few poor young white men
are able to do that! All he asked
was that the same feeling of humani?
ty should be displayed towards our
own race as towards the negro.
Mr. Willey suggested to the Sena?
tor from Delaware that it would meet
his views to strike out the word
colored, so as to leave the appropria?
tion to be divided amongst all desti?
Mr. Saulsbury declined to with?
draw his amendment. If the money
was to be expended under the direc?
tion of the Mayor of "Washington,
he would have no objection; but
every one knew that if the Commis?
sioner of the Freedmen's Bureau had
the dispoal of it, none but negroes
would receive any portion of ii;.
The amendment was lost
Mr. Willey moved to amend by
striking out the word "colored" from
the resolution ; which was agreed to.
Mr. Davis offered an amendment,
as an additional section, that the
corporate authorities of the District
be authorized to find proper employ?
ment for the able-bodied . olored and
black persons, and that $5,OOO be ap?
propriated for such purpose.
Mr. Kirkwood moved to strike ont
the word "black." He did not see
why white people should not work as
wt?? as black. | Laughter. ] Adopted.
Mr. Nesmith moved an amend?
ment so as to exclude members of
Congress from those for whom the
city authorities shall find employ?
ment. [Laugh ter. ]
Mr. Nesniith's and Mr. Davis's
amendments were lost. After which,
the appropriation was passed.
Journal cf Commerce intimates that
clmnges in office will probably soon
be made. Mr. Johnson has waited
quite long enough in taking his stand
against Northern radicalism, and has
not spoken a moment too soor. As a
general rule, it is desirable to make
few changes in public offices, pro?
vided the men who fill them are
known to be honest and capable.
But in times like the present, when
the worst dangers to the Gove.nment
are from the radical revolutionary
party, it would seem to be impossible
for the President to permit the uso of
large official patronage against his
own measures, and in favor of the
destructionists. It is a subject of
immediate practical importauce. Here
in New York and near this city some
of the most valuable offices, employ?
ing many voters, and having extensive
influence in political circles, are held
by men who make no scruple of de?
nouncing the President in their daily
conversations, and in the whole sweep
of their official influence. The same
is true in other localities. It is a
misfortune that office-holders have so
much political power; but it is a fact
not to be overlooked, and thc Pre?
sident probably understands it.
QUOTING SCRIPTURE.--Tho following
is from the New York Bay Hook :
Senator Wade says in the United
, States Senate: "We can say with St.
"*NEaul, we have fought the good fight."
Would to God you were abbs to say
with St, 'Paul, also, that you had
.'finished your course."
) ? Nineteen steamers yob I in Baiti
jmre for 8119,000.
Cotton and Corn.
A Macon exchange states that little
or no corn will be raised in the South
this year, owing to the erroneous
profits which are expected to be real?
ized from the growth of cotton. In
view of the fact that the South must
buy all the breadstuff's it needs, the
same paper says: "The West must
now feed us; and, if the freedman
turn out to be a faithful laborer, the
trade between the South and West
will exceed anything before known."
There is scarcely any doubt but
that the South will devote its whole
energies to the raising of cotton. It
cannot possibly cost more than eight
cents a pound in gold to grow it;
while, if the crop turns out at all fair,
it must sell for over twenty-five cents
a pound in gold. So large and so
certain a margin ?B rarely offered for
an agricultural product, and all ac?
counts agree that, with the freedmen
or without them, a very large amount
will be rais%d if the season is at all
So great is tho demand for white
labor to go to the South-west, that
there is an absolute scarcity of farm
hands at the West, notwithstanding
the stoppage of tho war; and wages
rule so high that farmers are holding
meetings to induce laborers to come
from the East. Indeed, there is a
fear that the high price of labor, and
the rates charged for transportation
of freight on the railroads, will dis?
courage the growth of breadstuff's
this year, when they will be much
needed to feed the South.
The heavy trade which will spring
up next summer and fall between the
South and West will have important
political, as well as business conse- j
quencos. It will give great activity
to the ship-yards to supply the im?
mense fleet of steamers which will be
needed on the Southern rivers to re?
place those destroyed by tho war;
while cities like St. Louis, Memphis,
Cincinnati and Louisville will add
enormously to their trade.
The more intimate commercial re?
lations between the South and West
will not be without their influence on
the fall elections. If the present
Congress persists in keeping the
South out of the Union, the West
will be revolutionized politically when
Congressmen are to be chosen. The
Western people are too generous, as
well as too shrewd, to needlessly hu?
miliate the section which will be their
best customer.-Hew York Grain and
How O'MAHONEY mu, TAKE IRE
I LAND.-We get an inkling of O'Ma
j ney's pinn for conquering Ireland,
1 with his base of operations in New
I York, from the New York Citizen.
! Miles O'Reilly says:
j "The project of invading Ireland
j by means of a tunnel, starting from
? Coney Island, and to emerge some
! where in the city of Dublin, not far
from the Lord Lieutenant's castle, is
now much discussed by the beat en?
gineering minds in the Fenian ranks,
i The objecti a made by Chief Engi
i neer Craver, of the Croton Depart?
ment, to tho construction of the
Broadway Underground Railroad-to
wit: that it would interfere with
I mains and gas pipes-would not ap
i ply, it is conceded, to the proposed
I liberalizing excavation beneath and
j across the Atlantic The tunnel
would be far from, an unremunerat
j ing work, it may be argued, as, after
the Fenians had used it, and annexed
Ireland as the most. Eastern State of
the Union, ' jey could sell it out at
so many thousand dollars per yard
for general railroad purposes.
EJSHOP LYNCH TO BE A C ABD IN AL.
The New York Tribune, not in a very
good humor, says:
"It is now regarded as certain that
at the next Papal Consistory, one of
the Bishops of the United States will
be created a Cardinal. Acoording to
the prevalent opinion in Rome, this
distinction is to be conferred, not
upon any of the Bishops who, during
^he war, showed a warm sympathy
for the cause of the Union, nor upon
any one of those who kept a pro?
found silence on the national ques?
tion, nor upon any of the seven Arch?
bishops, but upon the especial envoy
from Jefferson Davis to Rome-Bx
I shop Lynch, of Charleston. Of
I course, this opinion rests only on
? rumors, and may yet turn out to be
I without foundation."
SECBETABY STANTON.-Speaking of
! the radical meetings recently inaugu
' rated in Pennsylvania under the aUB
I pices of Dead Duck Forney, the
? National Intelligencer, among other
? pen-portraits, tims portrays the Sec
; rotary of War, whose name was
! cheered by that convocation of politi
I cal worms:
And Edwin M. Stanton was en
? dorsed-the Secretary of War, who
j is the author of such hideous wrongs,
i that in the forum of the people he
I has no defender, and who is now
i virtually on trial before the Supreme
j Court of the United States, with the
infamous Butler for his counsel, upon
; an issue arising from unlawful mili
' tary arrests and imprisonments.
The Alexandria Gazette, says: En?
graving of Gens. Grant and Sherman
were presented to the managers of fae
! Fair, for the benefit of the Methodist
I Episcopal Church, South, yesterday
1 evening, by the parties who had the
; pictures of Gens. Lee and Jackson re?
moved from tho position they oc
! cupied in tho Fair on Thursday night,
j and are now on exhibition and for
j salo there.
SEED BARLEY FOB DISTRIBUTION.
The Commissioner of Agriculture has
jnst received, direct from Hamburg,
three very superior varieties of bar?
ley, selected for the purposes of the
department from over one hundred
samples exhibited at the agricultural
fair at Stettin, Germany, last year,
which are now ready for distribution
in small quantities to such as may
desire to improve this important crop,
no other seed being as susceptible of
improvement in this country as bar?
ley imported from Europe.
A MODEST PROPOS VL.-A -writer in
the New York Tribune proposes to es?
tablish somewhere, either in Mary?
land or Virginia, a colony, "where
temperance and equal rights shall
prevail;" to improve "both white
and black by planting in their midst
% civilization far in advance of that
now existing there."
This reminds UH of the sending ont >
of missionaries by the Mormons to
" convert the Gentile?."
A special despatch to the Cincinnati
Enquirer, from Lexington, Kentucky,
February 17, 3ays: The supersti?
tious, and particularly evil ones, arti
troubled about the reported appear?
ance of Satan in Harrison. Absurd
as it may sound, hundreds confident?
ly believe the monstrosity. It is said
to have been seen in that County in
several places, and to be the veritable
Evil One. Innumerable rumors are
circulating about the appearance,
horns, tails, steel hoofs and fiery
breath of this infernal visitant.
The Richmond Examiner says: The
pretense that the Southern people
favor repudiation is utterly without
foundation, and is the fabrication
simply of a class of presses and
orators. We do not remember to
have heard even a single person in
the South express a desire for repudi?
ation. We have, nothing to gain by
such a step as that, that we can
discover. We are a part of the
count y, and we have to bear our
share of the expenses of the Govern?
A SUGGESTION.-The Washington
Intelligencer commends to every citi?
zen at the North who has acquaint?
ance at the South, extensive or other?
wise, to open correspondence at once,
in order to ascertain for himself the
condition of public sentiment there,
and makes this suggestion in view of
the testimony (ex parte) now being
given to the country by the " Central
Directory " in Congress.
Cleveland has no water to drink.
The petroleum refineries throw their
; waste into the river, and the result is
: that the water supply is fouled pasi
I remedy. Even the ice which has been j
: cut for use next summer isimpregnat
\ ed with oil. It is proposed to extend
' pipes far out into the lake, imitation
ONE OF THE HORRORS.-A Western
' soldier, who has been through all the
; campaigns, aud shared in many of
j the fiercest battles of the war, writes
I from his home that he "never real
j izod the horror of war, till be got
j home to Indiana ?nd fouud his girl
I married to a stay-at-home dry goods
Mr. Flint, paymaster United States
Navy, and sub-editor under Charles
W. Butts, of the Norfolk Old Domi?
nion, was flogged in his office on
Saturday by three gentlemen. Mr.
Flint will survive bis wounds. Upon
thc approach of the assailants the
assistant editors fled, including Mr. j
The Mobile Register has introduced
a new position in that establish ment?
it has engaged a "talking editor,"
who will occupy an office fitted up
with cartoons representing scenes
from the Castle ol Indolence, where
he will be happy to receive visitors
between the hours of eleven at night
and eight in the morning.
The Nashville Union says that on
St. Patrick's day in that city a num?
ber of the 16th Regulars, of Irish
extraction, appeared in the streets
with the Fenian badges on their coats;
but as the blue was a sufficient uni?
form for meu in the United States
service, a guard was sent out who
took all who wore the "green" iu
The Nashville Union and American
states that Brownlow has gone to
Knoxville to resume his old business
of blackguarding Andrew Johnson,
having exhausted his vocabulary of
billingsgate in that Une years ago, he
can only re-hash his old sayings. The
President having survived it once
will survive it again.
NEW COTTON PICKING MACHINE.
The Boston Commercial says that at the
meeting of the Institute of Technology
held in that city on Thursday even?
ing of last week, an ingenious and
useful machine for picking cotton was
exhibited. It is worked by horse?
power, and with it one man does the
work of twenty-five bands.
The Mississippi has at length out a
channel through Terrapin Neck, in
the vicinity of Vicksburg, by which
the river is shortened some fifteen
miles. This has been expected for
years, and is gratifying to steamboat
men, but disastrous to the plantations
G. B. Caldwell fell overboard from
the steamer Express, at Augusta, on
tho night of the 11th, and was
The steamer Australasia has arrived with
Liverpool dates, to the 10th inst.
The shareholders of tho Atlantic Tele?
graph Company unanimously adopted a
resolution approving the arrangements
made by the directors with the Anglo-Ame?
rican Company, oto., for laying the cable
this year-upwards of ono hundred milos
of cable to be laid per week, and June 15th
is fixed upon as the time for tho Great
East'-rn to leave Sheerness. Undiminished
confidence is generally expressed in tho
success of the scheme.
President Johnson's speech at Washing?
ton, on the 22d ultimo, v as very generally
app anded. The Times warmly eulogizes
it. Tho Daily News gives it unqualified
approval, and bitterly denounces Bancroft's
In the House of Commons, the Parlia?
mentary oatli bill was read a second time,
after DTsraeli had given notice of an
amendment which will make the oath re?
cognize the supremacy of tbe Queen and
acknowledge allegiance to her successors.
The reform question is actively discussed
by the papers.
The FiUl Mall Gazette assumes it as cer?
tain that Earl Russell's ministry must soon
dissolve, whether defeated apon the reform
question or not.
lu the London Bankruptcy Court, appli?
cation was made for the release from cus?
tody of George N. Sanders, now a prisoner
for debt. His debts exceed ?10.000 ster?
ling. His bankruptcy is attributed to
ilia disappointment in the execution of a
contract with the Confederate Government
for building iron-plated vessels. There
was no opposition to his release, but owing
to some informality the matter was post?
The Irish police continue to carry out
their extraordinarv powers with great vi?
The police are still searching for Stephens
It is stated that the Austrian Minister of
Foreign Affairs is authorized to make a
fresh treaty with the French Government
for the completion of the Austrian volun?
teer corps for Mexico.
COMMERCIAL. AND FINANCIAL..
GREAT FALL ES DRY Goons.-The New
York Post, of last Tuesday, says :
Prices of goods of all descriptions are
falling. Tho decline was great yesterday,
though some kinds of merchandize were
held by owners with considerable firmness.
So much effort to make sales has rarely
been put forth, and the disposition was
everywhere manifest to closo transactions
and to .'realize." The concession in dress
goods is ' irge--it extends print? and all
fine fabrics- ; on standards and woolens ?tis
lightest. The fall in ono month, on tho
basis of some of the prices of goods sold
at auction, yesterday, is reported to be
fully ono hundred per cent., but this is, of
i course, no criterion whatever of the mar
! Ret. The averago decline may not exceed
j twenty or twenty-five percent*, in that line.
There is a very general feeling of inse-1
curity in business circles, amounting to
almoat a panic iu sciue quarters, and this
adds to the depression. Nobody questions
the policy of selling, but the public, and
particularly the men in business, do not
ATLANTA, March 24.-Exchange on New
York, buying at 1 discount, and selling at
? premium. Gold, buying at 25 cents ;
Selling at 27 cents. Silver, buying at l'J
! cents; selfing at 24 cents. Gold bullion,
I buying at $1.05 per pennyweight. Gold
dust, Duyiug at $1 per pennyweight.
? The liueuiye/icer quotes tue following as
j the rates of Sou. h Carolina bahk bills:
Bank of Camden, 25c; Charleston, 15;
I Cheater, 15; Georgetown, 15; Hamburg, 15;
] Newberry, 20; bunin Carolina, 12; State ol'
I South Carolina, old, 15; Commercial, Colum
' oia, 15; Exchange, Columbia, 15; Farmers'
aud Exchange, ?; Merchants', Cheraw, 15;
Peoples', SO; Planters', 15; Plauters' and Me
i cnauics', IU; South-western Railroad, 2S;
State, 5; Union, ?U.
NASHVILLE, March 23_Gold is bought
here at 126, and sold at 123. Southern
money is dull at thc advertised rates. The
receipts wore small and tue market dull
Juriiiy th? greater part of yesterday, but
on the receipt of the encouraging European
advices by the Australasia business be?
came more active, though we heard ut no
change in prices up to tue close of the day.
Holders, however, will insist upon au ad?
vance. We quote at 2SJ@304c. Our last New
1'ork quotations were 4Uc. and lirm. Tho
market for groceries continues dull, with a
downward tendency in prices, but without
material change since our report in full of
yesterday. Ol the Louisville market, the
Courier, of yesterday, says:
Tue tone ot tao general market here, as
weh as eioewuere, is depressed and down?
ward, with buta very limited inqu y for
any ut the leading products, and out little
disposition to eitner uuy or se?. Tue mar?
g?is all over the country present just such
au anomalous position HS is nerti repre?
sented, and nothing is going on but thu
local trade to supply the pressing and daily
demand of consumers. Dealers in all kinds
ut provisions are now offering most of tneir
pr- .ducts, at actually less than ?ost rates,
while the dry guods, grocery and prouuee
dealers ara only busy in marking down
prices. Some articles of prime necessity,
nuwever, are fully maintained, owing
".?nolly to the scant supply, wniob is inade?
quate to the demand.
AUGUSTA, March 23.-The cotton market
exniLuted more buoyancy, to-day, under
tn? favorable advices from the New York
and Liverpool markets, and a better de- i
maud prevailed. A few sales were made at i
au advance of lc. ou yoaterda..'s prices.
Gold very dull, at former quotations.
NEW YORK, March ??.- Cotton firm- sales
1,900 oates, at 41c. (?old 127?.
POET OF CHARLESTON, MARCH 26. j
Sehr. Robbie W. Dillon, Puiladelphia,
Sehr. M. Patton, Carlson, Philadelphia. 1
Steamship Alhambra, Terry, New York.
Steamship Kingfisher, Rector, Baltimore.
Brig Albert Adams, Avres, New York.
Sehr. D. C. H?lse, Tyler, Now York.
TS THE OFFING.
Two brigs, unknown.
WEST TO SEA SATURDAY.
Brig Rolerson, Scott, Philadelphia.
WEST TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Andalusia, Bursley, Now York.
Spanish bark Anita, Pons, Barcelona.
UP FOR CHARLESTON.
Ship Rockwood, at Liverpool, March 10. !
The Holly Springs Reporter men- !
tions the hard case of the citizens of \
Grand Junction being assessed in the
amount ol $10,000 to pay for a house j
in that towD, belonging tu a Major
VV. J. Smith, Sixth Tennossee Fed?
eral Cavalry, which was destroyed by
Confederates during tho war.
Two "waiter-girls" robbed James
W. McKinney, of Memphis, Tennes?
see, of his vatch, 'breastpin, etc., in
New York, the other night. )
INFORMATION WANTED.-On the
18th and 19th of February, 1*65, the
l?th and 20th army corps, under Gens.
Slocum and Davis, camped near the
residence of Mr. Levi Koon, in Lex
j ington District, South Carolina. On
i leaving, some one took his little son,
! Preston Koon, aged seven years, with
him. He is lively and ready to speak;
! fair skin, light hair and black eyes,
j He may have been left in the Eastern
j part of this State, as these corps re?
mained there some time previous to
j the surrender.
This is a most distressing case. Any
j one having any information should at
once commuDicnie it io Mr. William
Summer, postmaster at Pomaria,
Lexington District, South Carolina.
WAB-CIJOTJDS ES EUROPE.-As Aus?
tria declines to concur iu erich a set?
tlement of the Schleswig-Holstein
question as would give the Duchies to
Prussia, it is anticipated that the lat?
ter power will appeal to arms, the
ultima ratio regum, and declare war
against Austria. It is said that all
the Austrian troops in Bohemia have
been ordered to Attona, which is the
principal city of Holstein, close to
Hamburg, and that Prussia has or?
dered three army corps to be got rea?
dy for active service at once. If Aus?
tria gets involved in a war with Prus?
sia, the annexation of Venetia to the
Kingdom of Italy may be expected,
almost as a certainty.
The Legislature of Missouri having
organized a board of invitation to
invite labor to that State, new settlers
are said to be pouring in by the
Thc undersigned ia compelled, from the
pressure of his private affairs, to decline
being a candidate for Alderman at the en?
suing election. He returns his thanks to
his friends for the intended honor.
March 27 1 W. HITCHCOCK?
Beware of Imposition..
The traveling public are cautioned
against buying through tickets on thc
Charlotte Railroad, as they aro informed
that thc}' can obtain tickets at tho head of
the railroad for D. T. Harvey's stage line
at one dollar less than the railroad compa?
ny or any other stage Hue is charging. He
has no runner on the train to try and in?
duce passent irs to rido in his stages.
March 27_A TRAVELER.
Kerosene Oil !
^T $1 A GALLON. For sale at
March 27 1_BEDELL'S ROW.
AND CONFECTIONARY I
BY H. SI3IM:0IVS.
IHAVE commenced the above business
opposite the Post Office, and would be
glad to soe all my old customers, as well as
plentv of new ones. I iutend to keep con?
stantly on hana FRESH BREAD, CAKES,
PIES and a splendid assortment of the
best CANDIES, of my own manufacture.
ACIVILIAN CLERK in tho Quarter?
master's Department at Columbia.
Salary $100 per month. First-class hand?
writing positively insisted on. Apply to
G. N. HOLCOMBE,
Capt. 25th O. V. V. I. and A. A. Q. M.
WARD NO. 1.-T. W. RADCLIFFE,
D. P. MCDONALD,
A. M. HUNT.
WARD NO. 2_J. T. ZEALY,
WARD NO. 3.- W. T. WALTER,
DR. W. P. GEIGER.
WARD NO. 4.-E. HOPE,
_R. WEARN. March 27 5
Parties Having Demands
AGAINST COFFIN & RAVENEL will
present them, and those indebted will
make payment to WILLIAM SIMONS.
March 27 43
BREAKFAST BICOS, ET
OAA LBS. choice BREAKFAST BA
OUU CON STRIPS.
A full assortment of BISCUITS, CRACK?
ERS, PILOT BREAD, Ac. For sale by
March 27 1* RIC H A RD CALDWELL.
OF the best quality, can be had at $1.25
by the single gallon, or $1.10 by the
FIVE-GALLON CANS complote, with
faucets, at $1 each.
GALLON, HALF GALLON and QUART
CANS, at low prices, at the "Old Upper
Ration House." RICHARD CALDWELL.
March 27_ 1*
THE ISRAELITES f this city are b -
vitod to convene at the house of Mr.
M. Winstock, this afternoon, nt 4 o'clock,
Tor tho purpose of hathima h'thorah. A
full attendance is solicited.
March 27 1*
DR. C. H. MIOT would respectfully in?
form the citizens of Columbia and vi?
cinity that he has removed to his NEW
STORE, on Washington street, one door
East of Main, opposite Law Range, and
bas opened a large and carefully selected
?tock of Drugs, Patent Medicines. English
und French Hair and Tooth Brushes, Eng?
lish and French Perfumery and Pomades,
which will be sold at reasonable prices.
March 27 3
Furniture, Watches, Ale, Soap, China Din?
na' Set, Shoes, &c.
BY A. E. PHILLIPS.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING next, at 10A
o'clociS, I will sell at the new store o?
Washington street, opposite tho Law
Ranee and adjoining Brennan & Carroll's,
sundry articles of Furniture, confut?
Mahogany and Cane Scat Chairs.
Washstands, Bedsteads, Matting.
Bureaus, Tables, ?cc.
1 Double-case Gold Lever Watch.
1 Gold Detached Lever Watch and Chain.
8 doz. Pale Ale, quarts; 4A doz. do. pints.
Boxes Colgate Soap, Boxes Matches.
1 Morticing Machine.
1 French China Dinner Set, 63 ps. uew.
1 Set Wagon Wheels.
1 Case 63 pair Brogans, Shoe Brushes.
Olive Oil, 1 Large Refrigerator.
Plated Pitcher,Doz. Russ Messta Punch.
Raspberry Syrup, Gin Cocktail.
Imperial Am radi Punch.
Brandy Cocktail, St. Domingo Wine.
Ginger Cordial, Bbls. Vinegar.
1 Platform Scale, and many other arti?
N. B. Unlimited articles received on the
morning of the sale. March 25 3
20 boxes Adamantine Candles.
5 cases Old Wheat Whiskey.
20 gallons pure Corn Whiskey.
2 One-horse Wagons; one -with springs.
1 good Saddle and Bridle.
By A R, Phillips.
ON WEDNESDAY, the 28th inst., at 10
o'clock a. m., by permission of the Ordi?
nary, I will sell, at my Auction Mart, on
Washington street, "opposite the Law
Sundrv articles of Furniture, and a Gold
Lever Watch and Chain, belonging to tho
estate of - Portee. March 15 thtu
By A. R. Phillips.
WILL be sold, at thc Court House, in Co?
lumbia, on MONDAY, the 2d of April
next, (sale-day,) at 10.1 a. m., by permis?
sion of Jacob Bell, Esq., Ordinary, tho
following articles, belonging to the es?
tate of the late J. J. Kinsler, deceased:
About 166,000 Bricks, 32,000 pounds of
old Iron, 75 blocks of Granite, consisting
of Sills, Lintels, Boxes and Caps. Also
lot of Carpenter's Tools.
TERMS-One-half cash; balance ou six
months' credit; interest from date, with
Mardi IS _m th
Du. A. N. TALLEY.
WARD NO. 1_J. S. GUIGNARD,
D. p. MCDONALD.
WARD NO. 2.-JOHN STORK,
T. S. NICKERSON,
O. Z. BATES.
WARD NO. 3.-DR. JOHN FISHER,
R. D. SENN.
WARD NO. 4.-JACOB H. WELLS,
March 24 f
ii ililli m
HAVING recently purchasi
and choice selection r*
DRESS GOODS, EMBROID!
since the great decline in tm
cities, enables us to offer our NI
at VERY LOW RATES.
WiU open TO-MORROW*^
day) MORNING, cases CALICO^
fast colors, at 15 cents per yard.
PRINTED CAMBRICS, BRILLIA!
LAWNS, BAREGES, ORGANDIES r
the various new designs in Dress
Embroideries, ?i.e., at PRICES '
THE SAME AS BEFORE THE Vi j
Call and conviucc vourselves, at
West sid-. Assembly i
March 25 C_Colut
Nomination for the Ma]
MANY friends of Dr. EDW4
tiereby respectfully nominate
Mayoralty of this city, at the el
be first MONDAY in April nex??
CHARLESTON, S. C:
.; . THIS POPULAR and well known
O?k HOTEL has been NEWLY FUB
?SI??LNLSHED throughout by the present
proprietor, who has been sixteen yeTnj
?onnocted with the es^hsVment.
H. WHITE, Prop?otor.
GEOROE G. MIXER, SJkperintend?^;,
CHARLES A. MiLLEB?ashiex, J?
March 27 An ll -????J?m^m*M