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WASHINGTON, January !). -In thc Renato,
Mr. Sumner presented a petition from tho
citizens of Virginia, asking for a repub?
lican form of government in that State;
which was referred to tho ComndttOe on
Reconstruction. Ile also prcsontod k pro?
test of Massachusetts citizens against tho
admission of Nebraska with a constitution
disfranchising colored citizens.
In the House, Mr. Chandler (Democrat)
arose to a question of privilege, and ?aid
that Lis vote on thc impeachment resolu?
tion bad been incorrectly reported, and
moved that the reporters of tho Associated
Press lie under the sanie rulas and regula?
tions af? the reporters of the Congressional
Globe. In conclusion, ho stated that he
had voted for tho resolutions in oidor that
tho President might have MI (importunity
to vindicate himself.
A resolution was adopted, requesting tl;o
Secretary of the Interior to inform tho
House ii' any modification is necessary, in
thc third article of the treaty with tho
Cherokee Indians, wherehy 8.ooo negroes
in the country of said Indians can have
their rights defined.
A bill authorizing tho parothasc of thc
lower portion of tho City Hall Park, in
Now York, for the sun? of $500.000, for a
post office and Cuitsd States custom house,
?iio byi for tho admission of Nebraska
was taken up, and, ;ifter considerable dis?
cussion, was amended so as to malu: thc
Act tor the admission of the State take
effect with tho condition that thoro should
bo no abridgement of tho electivo fran?
chise ti) any persons' by reason of right or
color, excepting Indians not taxed; and it
was than passed by a Toto of 24 to 15. Tito
Colorado bill was then taken up and passed
with similar provisions.
The President to-day sir.it tu tho Houso
a partial list of prommout persons par-j
doned in tho Southern States, and wi. > had
occupied positions in the military si rviec
of the Confederacy.
Representative Ashley tells his friends
ha is ceri-.lin ;o pass his bill to reconstruct
tlie Southern States.
.H?:vr* Krill*. j
New YORK, January 9.-Thc T!m*:s has j
thc following Washington special relative
to tho District suffrage bil!: Gen. (Jrant,
by request of the President, was at a Cabi?
net nu>8 ting. He tool; no part in tho dis?
cussion. Ai last, tb s President asked his
views, when Grant replied, very briefly,
that the objection which had been urged
by one member of the Cabinet, that it was
unconstitutional, because it gave disfran?
chisement'to rebels, without trial, was, in
his estimation, tho best part of the bill,
and exhibited thc most wisdom. As for
conferring suffrage on thc blacks in thc
District, hf? was opp .-ed to the bill, until
members consented to do ?. in the States
at home. Upon the arguments and prin?
ciples involved in the message, he urged no
NF.W HAVES, CONN., January S - Tue De
mocraticTState Convention, which met in
this ..-itv (o-dsy, wsis fully attended, and
speeches were ma h- b?* .!. Brooks, of New
Yoi!;. r3.iae Touecv, Thomas ii. S^raonr
and Vf. W. Eaton/of Hartford,and others.
In the course of his speech. Mr. Drooka
said, if .they (Congress) attempt to im?
peach thc President, and ho calls for aid
to sustain tho Government, in my judg?
ment, not ono or ife thousand railroad
trains will he enough to transport the De?
mocracy-to Washington. If such a course
wera persisted in, civil war would not bo
confined to thc other sid.- of tl\o Potomac,
but desolation and ruin would bo brought
to our own homes.
WASHINGTON, .Tann: ry 9.-Th o statement j
of sonic of tho Washington correspondents' j
that there was applause' in tho galleries, in
tho House, yesterday, wheuMr. Ashley in- |
troducc-d his impeachment resolution, is
not true; but. oin- solitary individual made
a demonstration-which consisted of three
claps of tho hands. This enthusiastic in?
dividual was a whit M boy, seated amoug
the cdored people.
CUAIILESTON, S. C., Jauu try 9.-Advices
were received here, this morning, of tho
destruction, by lire, of the j iii at Kings
tree, by which twenty-two of tho inmates
(negroes^ perished in thc flames. The jail
is said to have been entirely consumed.
RICHMOND. January 9.-The Legislature
to-day rejected t he constitutional amend?
ment! The ?Senate voted unanimously
against it, and only one member in tho
House voted for it. There was no debate.
Secretary Welles has received a telegram
by cable from Rear Admiral Goldsborough,
in command of tho European squadron,
announcing that tho steamer Swatara left
the squs.dron vosterdav for thc Uuited
Staies, with Surratt on board. Should tho
Swatara conic by .steam power, she will
reach hereabout tho last of January.
A despatch from Albany states that
Roscoe (Jonkling has thc best chanco for
tho United States Senatorsbip.
It is nnderstood that theconstituticn3li- I
ty of thc New York excise or liquor law
will be tested in tho UnlUd States Su?
The New York Express publishes a list of
109 American vessels, of alL sorta, which
were put under tho British flag, or sold j
abroad, during tho war, and says that,
during five years, 1,061 American vessel?
were thus transferred.
CINCINNATI, January 9. -The Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad was sold, tins morn?
ing, to the trustees, for tho benefit of thc I
creditors, for $1,000,000 over and above the j
first mortgage bonds.
The Maine Legislature voted tn continue
the suspension of specie payments until
On tiie evening of the 8th instant, at tho
residence of tho bride, by the Rev. J. P.
O'Connell, Mr.. JOHN ENWUIGHT, of
Abbeville, to Mas. M Aili McELRONE, of
PORT CF * CHARLESTON, JAN. 0.
AUI;I\ ED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Delaware, New York.
CI' FOB THIS POUT.
Brig F. A. Lamboo, at New York, Jan. 5.
Sehr. 1). R. Warner, at Nev, York, Jan. 5.
Sehr. Lilly, at, New York. Jan. 5.
Sehr. Dispatch, at New York, Jan. ?.
TO GAS CONSUMERS.
milE SECRETARY respectfully requests
1 pr. mint payment of bills for the month
of December. Heretofore, he has stated
he would discontinue the light, unless hills
-.Ti re promptly paid, but did not enforce it.
Ti:.- Works cannot be carried on unless
we pay for what hi required to generate
gas, consequently consumera are expected
' > pay nj), when cabed on to do so.
Defaulters are now informed that, at tl:
expiration of tho time allowed for pay
re.ent, the meters of all such will be taken
away, and placed where pavniont. will be
promptly mad.'. JACOJJ LEVIN,
Jan 1? 2 Secretary Oas Company.
Tho Now York World, of Satur?
day, pays its compliments to Gov.
Curtin, on lits message to the Legis?
Retiring from tho.' Governorship of
Pennsylvania, and aspiring to tho
Senator's chair which falls vacant in
March, Governor Curtin labors in his
last message to out-Steven Stevens.
Wherefore ho argues-no! he de?
claims-fr<;'n the assumption that the
Southern Stales have no rights of
representation in Congress; from the
assumption that the Southern States
are not us free to reject as to accept
the Howaul amendments; from the
assumption that those States aro
punishable whoso lately rebellious
citizens Congress itself has prescribed
in? punishment for; and from various
other assumpiio&? equally illogical
and extreme, that:
"If two-thirds of Congress, as now
constituted, could lawfully propose
those amendments, then three
fourths of the States* not excluded
from representation in Congress form
a sufficient majority to effect their
Mr. Curtin will wake up some fine
morning, and, finding his own argu?
ment by accident turned end for end
in his mind, will discover with what
cogency he has clinched the protests
of the Legislatures of each of the
excluded Southern States against the
legality of tho proposal of constitu?
tional amendments which ten States
had-no voice in framing.
The whole message c>f Gov. Curtin
is a pitiable exhibition of feeble facul?
ties stooping to low means to reach a
high place. A boy who had blown
his nose on a cotton handkerchief
stamped with the Constitution of the
United States should have learned
more of ita letter and spirit than this
Governor exhibits any knowledge of.
And the difference between Thaddeus
Stevens' daring defiance of that su?
premo law and of tho high court
which interprets its provisions, and
Mr. Curtin's .strained efforts to re?
concile, under the form of a constitu?
tional argument, a disunionisni worse
than Steven's, with his own ignorance
of thc law and his incompetence to
reason upon it, makes the former
seem respectable by comparison.
--o-? ?. -.
The amount of gold received at
"Boston for customs, for the post
year, exceeded $17,000,000, being ?
?4,000,000 more than for tho year
previous. The imports for the yenr
were $47,250,000. During the year
1,500,000 barrels of flour were" re?
ceived, being an excess of 50,000 bar?
rels over 18(35.
o . .?
PABIS.-According to a census just
completed, the population of Paris
and its suburbs is 2,150.010. At the
last census, taken in 1861, the popu?
lation was 1,951,000, an increase in
five years of 197,250, or about ten
and one-tenth per cent. During the
five years preceding 1861, thc in?
crease was thirteen per cent.
A meerschaum pipe was recently
sold by auction in Chicago for $100.
Its first public appearance is said to
have been at the coronation of Philip
Second of Spain, o00 years ago.
Subsequently it has been owned by
King Ludwig of Bavaria and Lola
Montez. It holds au eighth of a
--<y . -
The radicals are thoroughly alarmed
at Mr. Ashley's movement towards
impeachment. Protests from finan?
cial and commercial quarters, by mail
and telegraph, have been received. A
careful canvass of the House has been
made, and tho passage of his resolu?
tion looks doubtful.
[New York World.
It has been decided by the Deputy
Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
that the certificate of a minister or
magistrate, who performs a marriage
ceremony, should have on it a five
cent stamp. It is said that tho next
decision will bc that babies mus? bo
born with stamps upon their backs.
Webster's dictionaries have been
excluded from thc Philadelphia pub?
COMME KCl AL. AM) V IS WC i\ Lt.
NEW YOKK, January 0-Noon.-Flonr
quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull and
unchanged. Corn quiet and steady. Pork
didi-old mest. $10; new mess $email@example.com.
Lard dull-barrels lli@12J. Dressed hogs
lower-Western 8.j; city Hh'/;S^. Cotton
dull, at 35@35? for middling uplands. Cold
3tj?. Money 7 per cent. Exchange 9i;
si^'ht 10. Tho receipts of cotton at this
port, during the week ending the 7th, were
20,878 hali.s; receipts since September 1,
to dato. '215,00.) bales; tho stocl; on hand
at this port is estimated at 105,000 bahs.
Ileliablo authorities in this city make ifp
tho total .receipts of cotton at all the ports,
."?..ra September 1 to January 4, at 710,000
l>alrs, against900,000bales during the same
period in 1805, and 105,10!? in 1850.
7 P. M.-Gold 33|. Cotton ?c. lower
sa), s 2,10.0 bales-middling uplands 35.
Flour easy and unchanged-State $9.75@
IS; Ohio $12.10; Southern $12@17. Wheat
quiet and steady. Corn dull and declining;
mixed Western $1.22. Oats lc. lower. Pork
closed firmer, with sales <.f 5,000 barrels
new mess $2D.G2; old $19 25; prime $1<;.75C<0
17.12.J. Sugar firm, with sales of 300 bar?
rels--.Muse.vado IO'. Spirits turpentine
D.U.!moer, January 0. -The stock of
cotton on hand comprises 46,000 bales,
i'lio Hour market is steady-prices un?
changed. Wheat nominal, at $2 S0@3 for
Pennsylvania red. Corn- -white $1.03???lJ 5;
yellow $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats 70. Lard 12*.
Coffee and sugar firm, with largo sales of
the latter at 10@10ji for refined.
LIVERPOOL, January 9 - Noon.-The cot?
ton market opens dull, to-day, with but
.ittlo doing. Tho day's sales will probably
reach S.OOO bales, at unchanged quota?
AN ACT TO A LT li It THE ACT ENTITLED "ANACT TO AMEND TELE ClUMTNAL
Be it einI by the Sonate and House of Representatives, now met and
sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of die same, That the
Act entitled "An Act to amend tho Criminal Law," which wan ratified on
the nineteenth day of December, in the year of our Tiord ono thousand
eight hundred and sixty-five, br, and the same is hereby, repealed, in so
far as it is not hereinafter re enacted.
II. An assault, with intent to commit a rape, is hereby declared to bc a i
felony without benefit of clergy.
III. With respect to the crimes of burglary and arson, and to ali crimi
nal offences, which are constituted or aggravated by being ct mmitted in
a dwelling-house, any house, out-house, apartment, building erection,
shed or box, in which lhere sleeps a proprietor, tenant, watchman, clerk,
laborer, or person who lodges there, wii.ii a view to the protection of pro?
perty, shall be deemed a dwelling-house; and of such a dwelling-house,
or of any other dwelling-house, ail houses, out-houses, buildings, sheds
and erections, which are within, two hundred yards of it, and are appur?
tenant to it, or to the same establishment of which it is an appurtenance,
shall be deemed parcels.
IV. Stealing from the field any grain or cotton not yet severed frc m the
freehold is hereby made a felony with benefit of clergy.
V. For any person to put any obstruction upon a railroad, or to remove
or disarrange any part thereof, or to injure the machinery or ears used
thereon, or to mislead any person employed thereon by falso statements
or signals, or in any way to interfere with any part or appurtenance
thereof, or with any schedule, operation or use thereof, with wanton
indifference to consequences, or with a malicious intent to do harm to
person or property, or to plunder, or to delay a train for dishonest pur?
pose, shall be a felony without beuefit of clergy.
VI. Any person committing a breach of trust, with a fraudulent inten?
tion, ahull be held guilty of larceny ; aud so shall any person who shall
hire or counsel any oti'or person to commit a breach of trust with, a frau?
VIL Every entry on the enclosed or unenclosed laud of another, after
notice from the owner, or tenant, prohibiting the same, shall be deemed
VIII. If any person shall directly er indirectly purchase any product
of a farm from any person who is ia the employment <<f another engaged
in husbandry, without sufficient evidence of ?1?3 right to sell, tie/ pur?
chaser shall be guilty of a misdemeanor; and, upon conviction of any
such offence, shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five huudred dollars,
and to su ff er imprisonment not exceeding twelve months; and the seller
shall be liable to a line at least equal to twice thc value of the product
sold, and if that be not immediately paid, shall suffer imprisonment in
the Penitentiary, at the discretion of the Court.
IX. The punishment of felony, with benefit of clergy, for tho rirsl
offence, shall, at the discr?tion of the Court, be by one or more of tbe
following modes, to wit : Confinement iu e. Penitentiary, work house or
penal farm, (when such institutions shall exist.) for a period not les.; than \
three months, nor more, than ten years, with such imposition of hard
labor and solitary e. uifinement as may be directed ; confinement in tread?
mill or stocks ; solitary confinement ; hard labor : corporal punishment ;
imprisonment mit less than three months nor more than two years; hue,
rot leas than one hundred dellars nor more than five thousand dollars.
X. Where no special punishment is provided for a misa, meaner, ii
shall, according to its nature and degree, be punished at the discretion of
the Court by ono or more of the modes prescribed in the .section last pre?
ceding for a felony with benefit of clergy. ?
XI. Upon view of a felony committed, or Upon certain information that
a felony Ima been committed, any person maj-arrest the felon and take
him to a Judge or Magistrate, to be dealt with according to lav,-.
Xi [. li shall be lawful for any citizen to arrest any person in tue night .
time by such efficient means as the darkness and the probability of his
escape render necessary, even if his life should *be thereby taken-in case
where be bas committed a felony, or bas entered a dwelling-house with
evil int( ut, or has broken, or is breaking, into an out-house, with a view
to plunder, or has in his possession stolen property, or being under cir- ',
cumstancfis which raise just suspicion of bis desigu to steal or io commit
soma felony, Hees when he is hailed.
XIII. Whensoever; hereafter, any person shall migrate into this State ]
and reside lure, or exhibit au intention so to reside, if his bad character,
or his inability to support hims? If and family, shall be made to appear to
the Judge of the District Court, the said Judge shall, bj- written warrant, i
require bim to enter, within twenty days thereafter, into a bond, payable
to the State, with two freeholders as sureties, whoso sufficiency shall be
approved by the Clerk of the Court, iu a penalty of one thousand dollars,
conditioned fer bis good behavior, and for Iiis continued support ot' him?
self and family. And in case snell person shall fail to give thc bond as
so required, thc District Judge is hereby authorized, and required, upon j
complaint and duo proof thereof, to issue a warrant commanding such
person to leave the State within ten days thereafter. And if any such
person so ordered to lea 'o the State shall not do so within the time pre?
scribed in such warrant, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon
conviction thereof, be liable to fine, imprisonment, corporal punishment ?
and bard labor, at the discretion of the Court. If thc bond aforesaid t
should be given, it shall be kept by the Clerk, and suit thereon may be i
ordered by the District Judge. lu such suit, any fine imposed upon the J
principal obligor and. not paid by him, and any suma expended for the
support of himself or his family, under public authority, shall be assessed ..
as damages, to bc collected nuder tho judgment for thc penalty of the '
bond, which shall be recovered upon proof of any breach of the condi- i
tion. If any person who shall have been convicted of any infamous
offence, in any other State or country, shall come or be brought into this
State, such person, on conviction thereof, shall be sentenced to hard f
labor, with occasional solitary confinement, for any period not exceeding I
XIV. Any simple larceny of any article of goods, choses in action,
bank bills, bills receivable, chattels, or any article of personalty of which r,
now, by law, larceny maj- be committed, of all domesticated animals and i
animals fe.rtr natural which have in any degree been subjected to the con- i
trol of an owner, of all growing crops, or parts thereof, of all annual
products of the soil, whether severed from the soil or not, and of all such ^
fixtures aud parts of the soil as were severed from the *;?il by an unlawful j
act, below the value of twenty dollars, shall be a misdemeanor ....d con?
sidered petit larceny.
In the Senate House, the twenty-first day of December, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six.
W. D. PORTER,
President of the Senate.
CHARLES H. SI MON TON,
Speaker of the House cf Representatives.
Approved 2?st December, ISG? : JAMES L. Oms.
AN ACT TO AMEND AK ACT ENTITLED " AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED
' AN ACT TO ESTABLISH DISTRICT COURTS.' "
Be il enactedhy tho Senate and House of Representatives, now met and
sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That so
much of an Act entitled " An Act to amend an Act entitled ' An Act to
establish District Courts,' " ratified the twenty-first day of September, one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, as requires the drawing and empan?
eling of Grand Juries for the District Courts, be, and the same is hereby,
repealed, and all persons already drawn aud summoned to attend said
District Court as Grand Jurors are hereby relieved of the duty of so
II. That no presentment of a Grand Jury shall be necessary iu any case
in the said District Courts, but it shall he the duty of the Attorney
General and Solicitors, after enquiry into tbe facts of each case, to pre?
pare bills of indictment und present the same, with the papers pertaining
thereto, to tho District Judge for his examination, who shall order the
same to be docketed for trial, if in his judgment the prosecution thereof
III. That tho Juries in thc District Courtshall consist of one dury of
eight Jurors at each Quarterly Session, and the venire therefor shall con?
sist of a panel of sixteen ; and it shall be the duty of the District Judge,
afc each Quarterly Session, to order the drawing, in open Court, of the
Jurors to constitute the panel of the venire for the succeeding term.
IV. That there shall be kept a separate Jury Box for tho Districl I
Courts, which shall be filled from time to time, und tho drawing there?
from be conducted in the same manner as by law required for the Superior j
Courts; and ;n reference to the said Juries of the Districl Courts, the
manner of sn.jmonir.g them, the duties and liabilities of the Officers of
the Court, and the penalties for non-attendance, and in all other respects j
the Jury law of the State shall apply.
V. That in drawing Jurors to constitute the panel of the venire, it shall l
be competent for the District Judge to direct tho rejection at the time of
drawing of the names of pei;-ons who are known or believed to be dead, j
not resident in the District, over seventy years of age, or in any manner j
disabled from discharging the duties of a Juror; and names .vball be
rejected for the occasion and returned to the box, of persons who ?ire
known to bc in the panel for tho terni of the Superior Court next ensuing
the drawing, or who have served as Jurors either iu the Superior District
Courts, within twelve months preceding the drawing.
VL That to constitute tho Juries in tho District Courts for the'tern?
next succeeding the passing of this Act, and for which the venire has
already been issued, the District Judge shall order the drawing of sixteen
from the number bf those summoned and in attendance, which number
so drawn shall coust?tute the panel for that term, and from them shall be
drawn those who shall serve as the .Jury of that term. And ii' in any
District snell venire shall not have been already issued, the District Judgo
shall order a special Court for the drawing, and shall order the venire in
accordance with the provisions of this Act.
VII. That in the District Court, each party tn * civil action, and th?
accused and the prosecuting officer in a criminal matter, shall be entitled
to challenge each two Jurors ; and the places of those challenged shall be
supplied fruin the supernumeraries. An insufficient number of Jurors,
in any instance, shall be supplied in like manner as in the Superior Court.
VIII. A traverse of an indictment shall not, in the District Courts, of
itself operate to continue the case.
IX. That the concluding paragraph of the eleventh Section in the
words "and in the District of Beaufort, where tho Court shall beheld
alternately at the Court House in the town of Beaufort and at Lawton
ville." be repealed.
X. In civil causes the defendant shall be entitled to an cmparlance to
the succeeding Quarterly Term of tho Court.
XI. The Superior Court of Equity and tiie District Court shall "nave
concurrent jurisdiction in all cases of Equity, and the Superior Courts of
Law and the District, Court shall have concurrent jurisdiction of all cases
in law, civil and criminal, of which, by the Constitution, the said District
Courts have jurisdiction.
XII. That in all cases now commenced in the District Court for services,
where thc amount due is over ono hundred dollars, the case shall be trans?
ferred to the Court of Common Pleas.
XIII. Matters of Equity pending in the District Court shall be heard
by the District Judge at a Quarterly Session, or at such other time as,
with his concurrence, the parties may fix, with an appeal as from a Chan?
cellor on Circuit. With respect to theses matters, tho Commissioner in
Equity for the District shall regard the Judge of the District Court as he
does a Chancellor, with respect to matters in the Superior Court of
Equity, and in both of these Courts the law practice, fees, mode? of pro?
ceeding and effect of order and process, shall bc as nearly as possible the
In thc Senate House, the twenty-first day of Decembe r, in the yea?
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six.
W. D. PORTER,
President of tim Senate.
CHARLES H. SIMONT?N,
Spcahir of the House Representatives.
A ppr. ved 20th December, I860 : JA?IES L. Om;.
T? tlie pre cut decrease in tue ton-;
nage of our "trading vessels continues,
the national boast that tho Hag of
au American merchant-man muyin;
.-.cen "floating in every part of the in- !
habitable globe," will become a piece
of national buncombe.-Boston Post.
On the nights ol the 20th and 21st
of December, six infants were found j
on New York doer steps, frozen to
death. A bureau for refngeed in?
fant s and abandoned children might
hud some business in that locality.
Mr. Washburne, of Indiana, stated
i:> thc House of Representatives, on
Saturday, that a Confederate major
general had recently recovered in
Indiana $25,000 damages against the
soldiers who had captured him.
It appeal's that the Fenian ?prison?
ers in Canada sentenced to death
have had their sentences commuted,
under instructions from England, to
twenty years' imprisonment.
The railroads of this country em?
ploy 200,000 men, and at least. 1,000,
.00 of mon, women and children
lepend for their support upon the
A letter from St. Paul, Minnesota,
?ays a company of heavy English
capitalists have contracted to build a
railroad from that point to Lake Su?
Con. Magruder, late of the rebel
irmy, is in New York, and on Friday
?eceived - many visitors at thc New
It is said that Kilpatrick is a con
irmed drunkard and that he is often
licked up drunk in the streets of
Santiago ami carried home.
Elopements, divorces and crimes
re t o numerous that the New York
Sim thinks the whole continent is
A Toronto news-boy has fallen heir
o $200,000 by thc death of an uncle
A Wall street operator gave his
vife a Christmas diamond set worth
Gen. Sedgewickis still under arrest
t Brownsville, and will probably bc
Napoleon proposes to hold a Con?
gress of sovereigns at Paris during the
A child, lost three days after the
vacuation of Richmond, has just
?cen restored to its mother.
There is great distress in Havana,
nd several houses have beeu opened
ar gratuitous distribution of soup.
President Johnson was presented
,ith a gobbler weighing fifty-five
onnds on Christmas.
Wanted-Some of the beer pro
need when "mischief is brewing."
rilAT DESIRABLE ITOU?M:. South?
west corner Picken* and Richland
ti e. ts, opposite Messrs. Turd & Thouip
m's Acauemy, containing fiveupright and
VD attic rooms, with a cooking apartment
i basement. Servants' rooms, Carria?'c
[cuse, Stable, .ind other out-buildings, on
ie premise.'. Inquire at this oli?ec, or at
1 Jan 10
lessons in German and French,
? Mi) (Ur- LATIN and GREEK C'LASS
\_ K'S, on moderate terms, (to pupils
oj; or in classes, in families or schools,)
.' A . /ofessor ol' long experience in Eng
nd and on tho continent of Europe.
Address, by post, VP. S., Esq., Colura
a, S. C." ? private tutorship might be
?cepted. Jan 1 fG
W. T. WALTER
Will sel>, ai his Mart, THIS (Thursday)
MOitNING, inri?, ut 10 o'clock,
Suias. Chairs, Mattresses, Tables,
Wash-Stands, Bureau, Cl ick. Feathers,
Wardrobe. Press, Crockery, Pot Ware,
Looking-Glasscs, Pictures* Watches,
Jewelry, ami a variety ni articles.
1 tierce Laid. Jan 10 1_
Hebert ll. Walten vs. Tin- National Ex?
press an:1. Transportation Company.
Writ in Altachmcid.
BY order of his ITunor Judge Clover,
and by virtue of tho o hove writ in at?
tachment, I v% i 11 sv.i, before the Court
Hen-'', io Columbia, ut ll o'clock a. m., on
MONDAY", thc Util dav or Ja.miry, 1S.G7,
The following PROPERTY, viz:
2 black Horses, Heven or eight year? old
each; 1 brown Horse, niue years old; 1
bay Horse, with blaze face, seven years
old; ] largo Express Wagon and 1 ?mall
ditto. Levied on and attached as the pro
perty of tho National Expresa and Trans?
portation Company, at the snit of Robert
ll. Walton, vs. Tho National : ~prc?s and
Tenus of wale-One-half .-ash; tho ba?
lance on a credit of three mouths, wuk
Jan 1 ts5 * J. E. DENT, S. U. D.
For Sale or Kent.
THAT well-known TWO-STORY FRICK
BUILDING, situated on the corner of
Sumter and Lady streets, formerly thc re?
sidence of J. I. Gracie, deceased, having
every convenience for th? c mfort of a
family, consisting, on the first floor, of
Front and Fae.!; Parlor, with folding doors,
spacious Dining-Room, Pantry, Ac; tho
upper story of four Bed-Rooms, of good
size, every room hi ing furnished with gas
fixturcs. "Connected with, the house is the
basement, consisting of Dining-Room,
Ironing and Bath-Room, supplied with ap?
paratus to furnish hot or cold water.
T!ie Kitchen is (rf two-story brick, fur?
nished with a complete Ci oking-Rauge,
Attached is a handsomely laid out Flower
Garden, with water in thc centre; a larg?
space for Vegetable Garden, fine Fruii
*I rees, ?te, .vc.
The above is finely located, being but
two squares from the main, street of busi?
ALSO, roi; ifENT.
Thu BUICK STOKE, on tho corner of
Main and Bridge streets, recentre occupied
by Mr. J. C. Lyons. This is one ol tho boat
located busiu*ss stands in the city.
For terms, apply at the Auction Boom of
Jan 0? LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
sr.ASiO Ni A H JL.K SUGGESTIONS
Winter, in (Ms climate, ia a trying season.
Its unsteady temperature greatly aggra
v. 'es dyspepsia, and acts very unfavorably
upo,, 'hat sensitive organ, thc liver. Tho
alternai. ->n :>f frost and thaw keeps the
pores of tie* body continually opening and
contracting, and the result is. a condition
of thc system favorablo to the action of
the atmospheric virus which produces in?
termittent fevers. Hence a protective me?
dicine, like IIOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS, is especially needed in ike win?
ter months. The. effect of this great Con?
stitutional Invigorant, in rendering even
tho feeblest frame impervious to all mala?
rious iBfluences, is a grand feet demon?
strated by the uniform experience of a
quarter of a century. As a stomachic, an
unti-bilious medicine, and a preventive and
.uro of ?'ever and Ague, it is the one thing
leedful, which none who value tho pre?
.ervation of health can afTord to do with
The sick, win n at death's door, regret
lett they did not lako the right antidote at
he right time. Thousands who are now
?uffering from tho early twinges of liver
:oinp!aint and dyspepsia, will be prostrate
ni sick-beds, a "month hence, if they do
tot arrest thc mischief r.t once. Nothing
s more easy. A course of the purest and
?'?st vegetable tonie and alterative known
n modern pharmacy-Hostetter's Sto
nach Fitters-will restore the digestivo
trgans t>> their lull vigor, and bring tho
lisordercd liver into a conditio i of perfect
lealth, as certainly as sunshine dissipates
ho morning vapors. Fever and Ague, too,
s at o ., . broken up 1>Y this powerful anti
loto to al! . iiasmatiCdiseascs. strengthen
ho system with the Bitters, and you may
lefy all tho complaints which prevail at
his inclement season. Jan ? t*